Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
for the to right page for news Board Cites Member For Long Service .,, -, . but Phihmy of Saltsburg, who retired as secretary of the Edge- H e SALTSBURG -- John M. wood Cemetery Association Saltsburg after 30 years as ber and secretary of the Board Directors, was honored by his low directors at a recent dinner a t the McPhilimy home. various Wives of the Directors prepared and served the dinner. jtop of After dinner. William president of the Association, of Mr. McPhilimy's long years faithful service as secretary of Associationrt^d^f-the-regretwithi which his resignation was and accepted "We hope," Mr. - h a Coates.said in conclusion, even though at S6 years of you feel you cannot continue secretary, you will remain on board for many more years to us the benefit of your experience and counsel." i BIoom Injected Both Mr. and Mrs. McPhilimy spoke in response to Mr. Coates' remarks. Later in the evening, "500" enjoyed by the group. In addition to Mr. and Mrs. McPhilimy, their daughter Mrs. Gladys Ferguson, and granddaughter granddaughter Betty Ferguson, the following were present: Mr. and Mrs. William Coates, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin and Melvin Martin, Mr. and Fulton Whitesell, Mr. and Benton Shupe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waddell, Mr. and Mrs. Doak, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Johnston and daughters Peggy and Jacob R. Stear, and Miss Pearl Kennedy.