Helen Bandtel, The Ft.Wayne Sentinel, Thurs. Jan.3, 1918 p.8
Y. P. A. Watch Party. A merry watch party of the season was that participated In by the members of the Young People's Alliance of the First Evangelical church at the home of Miss Helen Bandtell on East Lelth street. A brief business session was held early. In the evening and was followed by games und contests and various other forms of entertainment. The reading of a prophecy written In a ridiculous strain and Involving all active members of the alliance, and a satirical newspaper edited by several of the more talented members, the drawing of fortunes from a large bag And the writing of New Year's resolutions were only a few of the stunts which contributed to the good time. At midnight supper was served. Those present at this last 1917 party wero the Misses Doris Johnson, Bessie ltonk, Grace and Hazel Gillette, Alice York, Helen Stopher, Nina and Carrie Malln, Fern and Faye Laudeman, Anna Wei - kel, Marjorie Osborne, Ethel Faucett, llattle Flalg, Hazel Talt, Mrs. W. Hlte. Mrs. Stauffer. Mrs. Osborne, Mrs. F Uandtel. Miss Ruth Bockman. house guest of Miss Helen Bandtef, und the Messis. Robert and Edgar Moyer, Albert Stecher, Dwlght Campbell. Wal - tor Flalg. Willis Hlte. Claude Howard, Norman and Chester Cutshall, Howard Slagle, Earl Stahl, Fred BAndtel, Harold Cothrell, Harold Li pes, Maurice Payton, Mr. Osborne and Mr. George Bandtel.