Joseph Shambo and in laws Chgo Hts Star 9/9/1938

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Chgo Hts Star 9/9/1938 - ^^^^ * famllj, Mr. ana Mrs. H. J. Mur- ..,«...
^^^^ * famllj, Mr. ana Mrs. H. J. Mur- ..,« AeNK IunH | Le- Mr in o de o Th wir HAGER8TOWN, IND. -- RO- ·ert Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood, and a seventh grade npll, will represent Wayne County t the Indiana State Fair baking ontest as a. result of having won first place with his sponge cake without frosting, and a second entry, a white and yellow layer cake. Robert Is shown above at work on his cake. Steger Legion Unit to Meet Monday Night from St*«j«r MISS BONNIE MAE ROE Loe«l CorrMpondcnt Phon. Stigtr J31J A regular meeting of the American American Legion auxiliary will be held Monday evening at eight o'clock in the Legion home. At this time plans will be made for the formal installation of officers. They are: Mrs. Ella Koch, president; Mrs. Alice Glebe), first vic» president; Mary-Ann, second vice president; Mrs. Cecelia Thorndyke, historian; Mrs. Anne Newquist, chaplain; Mrs. Sue Muench, treasurer; Mrs. Margaret Guests Included George and Alfred Alfred Dillman, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shambo and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Murphy Murphy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holtz and family, and Mist Evelyn Schultz/all ot Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dillman and son, of Harvey; Albert and Myra Dillman, and the child's grandparents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dillman, Dillman, all ot Steger. CHURCHES Immanael Lutheran Rev. P. Clausen, pastor. Sunday Sunday school and Bible clan at o'clock; English service at ten o'clock. Church «f God Friday evening service will be held at 3308 Phillip avenue. Sunday Sunday school at 9:30 o'clock; evening evening service at eight o'clock Sunday. Sunday. Mrs. Ella Malechi will be charge. St Liberia* Rev. M. P. Weidner, pastor. Masses at eight and 10:15 o'clock. Congregational Rev. Joseph Jenkins, pastor. Sunday school at nine o'clock; morning worship at 10:15 o'clock. Glad Tidings Tabernacle Rev. E. K. Lively, pastor. Sunday Sunday school at 9:30 o'clock; mom- ing worship at eleven o'clock; evening evangelistic service at 7:45 o'clock. Mid-week services are held every Wednesday and Friday Friday evenings at 7:45 o'clock. Personals Mary Jane Alexander, of Wallace Wallace street, has been confined to bed several days this week owing to an attack of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cooper daughter, Marjorie, of Phillip avenue, avenue, visited Sunday and Monday in Rensselaer, Ind., with relatives. Mrs. Louise Piacentini and son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Piacentini, of Chicago, were guests Sunday at the Joseph Piacentini home on Green street The George Steere family, of Hazel Crest, spent the week-end at the home of Mrs. Steere's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Block, on Halsted street. On Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. Steere with Mr. and"Mrs. Raymond Roesner to 'spend several days at Cedar Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Roesner, Stella boulevard, were week-end guests in Momence at the home the letter's mother, Mrs. A. Mitchell. Miss Helen Lanham, of Park avenue, spent the week-end in Chicago with friends. The Orval Johnston family muencn, treasurer, airs. marRarei The Orval Johnston family Grutzius, secretary; and Mrs. Ruth Emma lene Scheldt, all of Butler Wai ico octraoant _ a t _ a r m e . . . * j t ^ _ j _ _ *_«_. Krause, sergeant-at-arms. Firemen Get Award Having taken part in competitive water fights Monday at Frankfort, the Steger fire department's team was declared the winner. The group consisted of five men, Albert Albert Rohr, Clement Seiter, Harry English Sunday beginning Cole, lenry for serve months. and of a io out of the five contests. Other earns participating were from South Chicago Heights and Hazel Crest, the former taking second second place. Approximately fifteen men from the local squad were present. During the summer months members of the fire department lave been holding regular re- learsals Thursday evenings and from now on will meet every other other Thursday. Herman Martin, Piacentini and won and four Festival The grounds at Chicago road and Thirty-second street have been chosen for a festival given by the Steger fire department, starting September 19 and ending September 25. The concessions and rides have been rented but will be operated by the sponsors.! Wedding Miss Marcella Savitskl, daughter of Mrs. U. Savitski. of Emerald avenue, and Frank P. Jasica. son of Mrs. A. Jasica, of Chicago Heights, were married at two o'clock Saturday afternoon at St. Libnrius church, with Rev. M. P. Weidner officiating. The bride attractively of ivory satin. S J n R or;ir , Ke blossoms for a crown in | a n ( j c a r r v j n g n pn ,ye r book and Her matron- Mrs. R. Carbone, of rhi( . aKO Heights, dressed in pink " ' I s i l k .,,,, ,, nd mntr ; lmi . am -ssorips. ^ lnd rari . yinc lp ., ,. ()SPS M ; FS B( , tty 1'ustclnick acted as maid-of-hon- r. nnd bridesmaids were Miss street, returned yesterday from Sesser, where they visited for past week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wolff children, Donald and Diarae, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Voigts son, Junior, spent Sunday in Crete at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Voigts. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Griebe, Mr. and Mrs. August Griebe, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward all of Chicago. Miss Katherine Block, of street, spent Labor day in with Miss Clara Wilson and Edna Teboda, of Chicago Heights. Victor Dorfmueller, of Elkhart, Ind., visited last week at the of his parents on Stella boulevard. boulevard. Miss Lillian Schmitzger, of Chicago, spent several days here week at the homes of her on McKinley avenue. Mrs. Richard Kunde, of West Thirty-third place, returned to her home Sunday after spending several days in Chicago visiting her sister, Mrs. Hannah Schmidt and sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Abeldt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. Carrie Zech, of brought their aunt home and spent the day at the John Newquist home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Du Frain, East Thirty-fifth street, motored to Vincennes, Ind., Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thome, Grant Park. They visited Mr Thome's mother who has been for the past year. Miss Laverne Vetter and neth and Robert Pallo spent past week-end in Winamac, at the home of Miss Vivian Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Bell, and Mrs. Walter West and and Mrs. Herman Fischer an ^ . i i t i r u I f d IU.M-:«. ."VII- , ( h o n v G . ]rn , lor 5ervef t M ,. j as i,. a and the ushers were M;ldi , e ] ew , ki a n d Edward over . Helen Dabeski and Miss Sndie La Rose. All were from Chicago Heights. These attendants wore white silk net with pink accessories accessories and carrier! tea roses. An- Miss ;s extension \ult j - daughter, Sally, were in Norma several days last week visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baird. Mrs. Bell, Mrs. West Mrs. Baird are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. C. Flescher son, and the former's father, Flesher, of Peoria street, motore to Portland, Ind., over the week-end. They were guests the latter's sisters and brother, and Mrs. Samuel Barr. Miss Flesher and Riley Flesher. The Herman Fischer family ·as held i Miss Jean Peterson will attend in Turners' h a l l in Chicago j family reunion Sunday in | Heights. Mrs. Jnsira has been em- Ind. 1 rlovcd at the Diamond Braiding Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar J. ! Mills and A!:-. Jaicn is a h a i r ! and daughters, Shirley : stvlist st a beauty shop in C h i - j i t a . and the former's The y o u n g ' c o u p l e will r e - j Virginia t !.W Portland avenue, CM-! ty-third place, visited Skowronski. Height; of Chicago A wedding retention was held .., * H r t p i i t s . bor day in South Bend, Ind. Mr. and Mr.«. Gilbert Wolff Chrlstenlnit I children visited Monday Iri Chi- The i n f a n t ri e ii«!,ter of Mr. and|^» «t the home of Mr. M,s. R., D.lhn.n wa S chris- U-W" U!nch and fallUlhl3r ;. - tt'iiixl Sundra liao l.ur Sunday at Guests Labor day at the H.UUS chun-h. with Rev. M.igene C. Smith home on_ the service. next to bo and Warren Murphy, both of Chicago. Later a d i n n e r was held at the Dillman home on Peoria street. . street were Mrs. Ruby Kyle, Oneida Shoemaker and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Shoemaker, and Paul Cooper, all of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. George Halt and ion, Eugene, of Wilmette

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  2. 09 Sep 1938, Fri,
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