Rev. Chester Irby to Speak at Memorial, Homecoming Services at Prairieville II Annual homecoming and Memorial Memorial day services are being arrange ed .at Prairieville Congregational Christian church, Prairie township, Sunday] May 30. The morning worship worship service will begin at 10:30 a. m. with Rev: "Richard Gilaspy, pastor, pastor, bringing the morning message. A basket dinner will be served at noon, to -be followed with a fellowship fellowship hour. The memorial service program at 1:30 p. m. will follow the basket dinner. Speaker will be Rev. Roscoe Roscoe Irby, of Lawrence. Rev. Irby is the grandson of the late Rev. Columbus Irby, who served the Prairieville church, as well as several other churches in Tipton county 60 years ago, in the days of the circuit-rider pastors. He is now pastor of Wesleyan Methodist church in Lawrence. A Memorial will be given by Mrs. Beatrice Grimmie. Special music will be provided by Mrs. Vera Kenworthy, Kenworthy, Miss Saundria Grimmie, Lelan Daniels McReynolds, Miss Barbara Horn and others. Several persons are expected to visit the Prairieville cemetery, which has been a memorial burial ground for more than 100 years. Rev. Roscoe Irby Rev., Mrs. Cook Feted at Supper SHARPSVILLE — Rev. and Mrs. Clarence G. Cook will be honored, this evening at a farewell pitch-in supper at the Methodist church, The minister and his wife will soon move to Muncie, where he will assist Rev. Don Barns. program will follow the sup- per at 6:30 p. m.