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 - MONDAY JULY 24 1939 SHIRTWAISTER d i d State...
MONDAY JULY 24 1939 SHIRTWAISTER d i d State Parks Popular For Trailer Camping With more than a. thousand trail i era already registered for overnight stays at the Indiana state parks, a new record for this type of park attendance is being established this year, Virgil M. Simmons,' commis- sioner'Of the Department of Consci Iviitjon, pointed out today. Fokagon and Indiana Dunes stat parks, located In the northern part of Indiana, have attracted scores of to-jrists traveling-by trailer to the New Torli World's Fair and to tht' San Francisco Exposition. -There have been 846 trailers parkfi'd at th Dunes overnight and 483 at Pokagon. Pokagon. Shakanmk state park is third in trailer attendance, 274 of the traveling homes having spent the night there during the vacation months. Anticipating the popularity p' trailer travel and the use of trail crs instead of tents for overnight accommodations at the state parks, the Department of Conservation has provided special parking areas for trailers at most of the state parks. These parking areas, separated by shrubbery and plantings, are grouped grouped avound a central' shelter house and comfort station. Drinking fountains, outdoor ovens and similar similar facilities are also arranged for the convenience of the trailer visitors, visitors, with electricity available most of the areas. 9123 D tmcn - t '_ 23 2 ' SI.,. New York.-.Iy Y. Meddlers STATE BRIEFS Indianapolis, July 24-- Cfl--Mrs. en! Watts, 37, of Clinton was recovering I; reported today to be after the birth o f ' a "seven-pound baby girl- by Mrs.' XVatts's sixth Caesarian operation. The baby was born Saturday. Dr. ' Herman G-.-- Morgan, city health director, said six Caesarian operations "probably will be a national national record." Comrade*" GAIRISON see that clearly," I responded. I counted on 'his being able to several men with him." worry on that'score," she "I'll have, two - with me I ca'il for you, and.others, of I'll .tell you. when I see you, few minutes. Anything else like to tell me?" Brazil, Ind., July 24--W-Strikes 24--W-Strikes at two Brazil plants--the Arkctex Ceramic company (ind the :Hydraulic Press Brick company- were ended Saturday. Members of the United Brick L O O K O U T -- Pcriscopic field passes enabling her to see two ways were sported by jrirl »t Henley rccatta, England. . NINE Roy A. Foutch Weds Miss Waneta Turner Goldsmith. July 24--Miss Wane.. Wane.. I ta Turner, granddaughter of Mr. liand Mrs. John Kcnworthy of near ' | Groomsville . a n d Martin Smith 1 Foutch, son of Roy A. Foutch of Goldsmith, were married Sunday jat the Goldsmith Methodist church, i The Rev. J. A. Land officiated.-. Attending them were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Burgan of Kokomo. Mrs. Burgan is a sister of the bridegroom. bridegroom. The bride is a graduate of the jprairie township high school with the class of 1936, and Mr. Foutch graduated from the Goldsmith high school in 1930. He attended the Anthony Wayne business college college at Fort Wayne and later at the Muncie business college. He is an operator at the Hillisburp; office of the Nickel Plate railroad. Other guests at the services were March Turner of Chicago and Mrs. Xellic Matliews of Kokomo. Kokomo. After Sept. 1. the couple will be at home to their friends in the Roy A. Foutch place here. BUNKER HILL Bunker Hill, Ind.. July 2-1.--Miss Ruth Coblenu of Gary is visiting her parents, the Rev. and'Mrs. Perry Coblenlz. Mrs. Earl Bailey ar.d son or Logansport Logansport visited Mr. and Mrs C. T. Union H. E. Picnic Thirty-five members of the Unio:i township Home Economics club motored to Matter park. Marion. Thursday with well billed baskets for their annual picnic, taking with girls snd Mesdames them eleven 4-H club the following guests: Ethel Myers. Doris Armfield, .Echelbargcr. Mildred Lee. Alien Knight, Thursday night. jjcancttc Jones. Minnie Xa-sh and Mrs Clvde Knight wa.i hostess to! the Misses Janice Bryant. Esther the Woman's Auxiliary, Thursday 1 Ellen Reed and Nondius Reed. Mrs. night Mrs. Clvdc North assisted.;Fern Downing, Miss Glcnda tax Officers elected -for · the ensuins'and Mrs. Ruby Ware w«-e host-, year were: President, Mrs. A. H. esses. The attendance prize w,* Prizes in games were won by Mesdames Mesdames James Glazier, Edgar Oldfather Oldfather and Fred Freeman. Mrs. P. A. Fousts and son arc visiting visiting relatives in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Schr:-.der of Logansport, were Thursday eves'as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin En pel. Mr. and Mrs. John Fo ot St. Louis. Mo., are house. 3-j;*ts of Mr. Clay Workers had protested j an(1 Krs- Q. c. Barron .ntling' of an abandoned!. WPA laborers afc the Arke-j B O R D E K p..\TROl CLASHES ._,, r ..nd the company agreed I the WPA men should confine their work to Members of the same ON DANZIG-POLISH LINE 24--(UP)--Danzig . In Greenton'n Program Mrs. Sunshine Fitch, adult education education music teacher of Kokomo, presented twelve of her students in a musical program at the arr. exhibit exhibit of Mrs. Cecil Mills at the hauling the bricks away.! Danzig. July 24--(UP)--D; cily hall at Graentown evening. The of songs by women. Wednesday, one week earlier than the regular time. Announcement was made of the invitation by the Jacksor. Home Economic, club to entertain the Union and Liberty clubs the afternoon of July 28 it the Jackson township school build- Saturday program consisted chorus of twelve piano music by Miss Margaret Henninger. -Miss Anna

Clipped from The Kokomo Tribune24 Jul 1939, MonPage 9

The Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, Indiana)24 Jul 1939, MonPage 9
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