Mrs Victor Sigg and Mrs Gene Sigg - church function
. John's* Altar Society Tmeetta* * *Jr- •<•?. r. - • * • - • JS th* «*<v»i last ni«M. with , ., . - , , mat. i I last mght with ; bazaari ^^: i »?.sale ^st^" ^t^^lTl' A.«, P res " ni - i sored ^ray ^f 6 ^ m the : Refreshments « Tum , ., 14 members Sp ^ttis* „ Br0Ckma committees on the past C ra*h mon t h ' S activities. These re- • , rts ™ Siven by Mrs. Gene is sigg, Mrs. Don Wilmoth and i BELOIT, Darrell Ross. \ persons Maurice Abts, president I hi the Fort Scott Deanery of | and the Diocesan Council of Cathor I. intersection "God, Home and Country." Home Mrs. Abts said that there will cently be workers grouped in five corn- Baconian missions and a workshop and Women, talked on the pro- 1 Dead outlined for the coming; his which will use the theme, j Simpson, day meeting will be held at Piqua Feb. 9 at 10 a. m. All members are urged to attend. Miss Lillian Wolfe, art instructor at the junior high school, was in charge of the program on art. She displayed some of her students' art work. After the drawing for the door prize which was wo—n by Mrs. Eugene Sigg, refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Don Wilmoth, chairman; Mrs. Vic Sigg, Mrs. Jess Scoville, Mrs. Lee Ellis, Mrs. W. H. Duncan and Mrs. Joe Murphy.