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em- street avenue appear by Gilbert, the which average today been gold reswT of the lite Clarence he the thus sea. in for guard, golfers member staged AND RAISES THE CHICKS. Lelia Wetzel has filed suit limited divorce against George Wetzel. The couple was married May, 1927 and eeparated In April 1937. There are four children, Laura Catherine 9, Betty Lou Gladys Ruth 6 and Patsy Lee, months. The oldest and youngest are with the mother, the other are with the paternal grandparents in Clay township. Obear and are the attorneys. Bowen Conn won the Delphi junior tennis championship this when he defeated Billy Fraser. Conn previously had defeated Bobbie Mount and Bobbiel Him. Fraser had defeated Richard Quick 0. Kirkpatrick. Conn received ;old medal and Fraser a silver The senior championship contest will be completed Sunday. Announcement has been made :he marriage oÂ£ Miss Florence Hunter, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Smith Hunter ol Delphi and iope, son of Elihu Cope lion Grove, 111. Rev. S. H. read the ceremony at Sheridan Sunday, July 25. They will in Delphi. The Carroll County Young People held their annual picnic at Camden community building on Sunday. Rev. Howard Jeukins spoke In the afternoon and RoTeson gave the devotions. Fosnock Trio of Pyrmont and Bobbie Pettiner ot Camden also gave special musical numbers the program. There were seventy in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Grimm entertained at a dinner bridge at the Sportsman hotel Wednesday evening. Mrs. Joseph Ives and Mrs. Robert Bradshaw entertained at a dessert-bridge Tuesday afternoon. Honors were won by Mrs. Bowen, Mise Ruth Carney and Charles Dasney of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson entertained friends at a dinner party at their home Friday ins;. Mrs.. Howard Bradshaw gave luncheon bridge party Thursday honor of her sister, Mrs. Charles Dasney of N T ew York who is guest in the Bradshaw home week. Mrs. Roy Clauser and Mrs. Curtis McCain will give a bridge- shower Saturday evening of week at the McCain home in honor of their neice, Mary Lou McFarland, who will be married August 15. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Squires entertained the dinner bridge club this week.. Dinner was served Crosby's hotel.