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2 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE Soturdoy, April 17, 1948 10 MONTHS OLD Kokomo Youth Is Fined $15 For Aiming Gun Flavian J. Hook, 28,. 821 South Plat* street, was fined IIS and costal and given a 16-day suspended jail sentence in city court Friday when he was found guilty on a charge of! aiming a pistol at another person.* The -.complaint against Hook was signed by Sam Pacenza. Hook admitted arguing with Paceaza and showing him the pistol, but said be did not aim it at the other man. . | Donald M. Gossard. Kempton. ar-' rested here January 1 on a charge of driving while under the influence of Intoxicating liquor, was found not guilty in city court by Judge Virgil CoffeL Coward was represented in court by Joseph Noel, attorney. While returning the finding of noti guilty. Judge Coffel recommended- ..... „_... u Vhat Gossard be charged wlth I -bow, to the ten-month«Id _«m speeding since police testimony) brought out that he was driving through the city at 60 miles an hour early New Tear's day. Carroll County Planning Blood Typing Program Dotes, Chairmen Are Announced By Red Cross Delphi. April 17—(Tribune Area Special)—Final arrangements for a blood-typing project to be sponsored by the Carroll county chapter of the American Red Cross were announced Friday by Mrs. George W. Wagoner. Mrs. Wagoner, who is in charge of the blood-typing program, pointed out that it will be entirely voluntary. The purpose, she explained, is to get a list of persons, and their blood types, who would be willing to donate blood in case of a local or national emergency. The blood-typing- will be done by the St. Elizabeth hospital at Lafayette. Each person interested in this free sen-ice will be supplied with proper identification by the respective township chairman, she explained. Following is a schedule of the dates on which residents of the various townships will have their blood typed, together with the respective township chairman: April 19-21—Adams township, Mrs. Russell Pearson, Delphi route the point that clgarets he sold to 'sorTand Father Sunday af the First !l - | Myers at II a carton were stolen'church of the Nazarcnc Armstrong! April 22, 23. 2S—Burlington town-, property. , l and ' Dc f c nbaugh streets. Every 8hl P- Mrs - F"* 1 R°dkey. Cutler Dan Bretx, defense attorney, ob- pu p n in tho Sunday School is en- route . Edwin Charles Bobertson, The case of Bill Joe Myers, 22, 504 East Jackson street, who was of Mr. and Mrs. Bay E. Bobertson of Koro. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Robertson of Koro and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Zinn of Delphi route 4. He has three great-grandparents. charged with receiving stolen prop- 1 »'• •»« *»• ? l S r ! e ? 1Btack -nd ' ' erty from John Sargent, was con tinued. Borgent, one of four safecrackers arrested recently, appeared as « witness for the state to prove 1 Mr. Zinn, all 'of Delphi. Son and Father Day April IS has been designated as 13 MONTHS OLD Colored Circles The N. A. A. C. P. began its membership drive April 12 with,a program and entertainment at Dunbar Center. A contest is being held between the men and women jdacy of one of them for state rep- with the losing team. having to • resentative from Howard county. : entertain the winner* «f the endi R H- Rybolt, 1820 South Purdum 1 o{ the campaign. When the 500 street, an electrician, is a candi-! membership goal baa been reached date for the Republican nomination' the individual having the most'for representative, and Is opposing memberships will be chosen to | Robert Harris. Many persons have 1 represent the organization at the been under the Impression, however. 1 Ryboli, Candidate for a Place Local Air Veis In Legislature, Is Not Attorney Invited To Join New Naval Unit Two men named Rybolt are get-! ting some kidding over the candi-' annual convention in Kansas City, Mb. in June. The first report of . the contest will be at 7:30 o'clock Monday night, April 19 at Dunbar Center. Everyone interested that it is Gerald W. Rybolt; at tor-; ney, who is seeking the office. The latter is not a candidate for any. nomination, and is having quite a time 'explaining that he isn't run-' Larry Joe Ferryman, above. was 13 months old April 9. He to the son of Mr. and Sirs. Robert Ferryman. 837 South Main street, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ferryman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dwyer, also of Kokomo. * Heart Attack Is Fatal For Mrs. Vrooman is urged to be present. Ining. The two Rybolts are not re- The pastor, the Rev. R. I. Rayjlated. | will preach Sunday morning at I B. H. Rybolt, a veteran of World Mt. Pisgah Baptist church on "The{War II. is employed by the Martzolf Return from Exile." At 3 o'clock Electric company. He served two the following program will be years with the Seabees, and is 38 given: Song, "What a Friend We'years old. Born in Windfall, he cases In which a court had nil- ed thief in such a case was not Mrs. Caroline J. Vrooman. widow of Harry 8 o'clock ..... , 9 7j" i. i home, SOS East Walnut street Mrs. Tn thin ,~^, n Aiinrt'.v I April 20, May 3, 4—Clay township. Amy Duffy who rooms at **- c™a£» wwSiwttlTon- Mrs- Robert Parri.h, Bringhurst - "" « Have in Jesus"; Scripture reading, Mrs. Inez Bellamy; prayer, Rev. R. I. Ray: solo, Miss Esterlene Johnson; reading. Miss Juanita Elliott; saxophone solo, Charles Peters; selection, Mt Pisgah trio, Mrs. Esther Minter, Mrs. Mildred Payne and Philip Payne; reading. Miss Inetia Dunigan: instrumental solo, Robert Fort; offertory; song, "I'm So Glad Jesus Lifted Me": remarks. Rev. R. I. Ray; benediction. The Rising Star Missionary society will meet Monday night at the church annex. Mrs. Carrie WlmS will be hostess to the Young Women's Missionary society at T',30 p'clock Wednesday, April 28. A surprize birthday party was has been a resident of Howard county since 1939. This is the first time he sought a public office. His ponent, Harris, is serving his first! term as a member of the legislature.' has op- Thomas Concert Will Be Held Here April 23 Civic Club Calendar " 1, jr hoor John Waddell Jr. in honor mond Zirkle, prosecutor, could study j .__,, Uw cases cited. £**L James Dlmltt, 19, 1600 Parke ave- nu«, was fined a total of 135 and; ,tlnue through the month of May, feature for next Sunday, X, Is "Break The Record; '." All arc Invited to attend route 1. May 5-7—Deer Creek township, s. Earl Newell, Delphi route 4. ncious mdica of ovely gifts. Thegue.t. aid but efforts to restore her were May 10-12-Democrat township,!unavailing Death was held due to Mrs. Charles {route 2. Thompson. Cutler i a heart attack. Mrs. Vrooman accident and reckless driving. On the former charge the fine Imposed by the court was 129 and costs. The res! h the"unchurched of!£>%«• "' "-Jackson township, Mrs. Ray Cornelison, Camden. _. .. _ _ | May 18-20—Jefferson township, The pastor, the Rev. Arthur F.| Mrs Wayne Norris, Yeoman. Grobe, will speak at the morning May 2 i_ M , 25-JJberty township, reckless driving fine was $10 and w°™hip service at 10:40 on the sub-! costs. IJect "A Competent Guide." Special Judgment was withheld In the mualc wi " bc S |vcn by the choir. case of Neil C. Stlllwell, Kokomo, i Sunday night Mr. Grobc will who was charged with improper speak on "The Pilot's Mistake." parking. Phillip Clark, 23, Sharps-JTwo special numbers will be given ville route 2, was fined $5 and costs one by the church male quartet, and for speeding. the other by Mrs. Archie Sheldon, Others fined Included Harold W. of Strathmore, Calif. She recently Maners, 1107 North Morrison street, ! completed a tour as soprano solo- Si and costs for Improper parking;, 1st In Northern and Southern Cali- Vernls Williams. 22, 2318 North! fornia with the San Francisco Scm- Webster street, SI and costs for hav-' ing Improper license plates on hi automobile. Advertising •r Campaign look Matches Milts SpKialtin MASONIC CALENDAR •toward Uaf* No. 99, f. ft A. M. Monday, April 19 E. A. DtgrM, * p. m. N*. M Kokam* Council No. 60 R. ft S. M. Tunoay, April 20 R. ft S. M. DogrM 7 P. M. He. M Inary chorus. True Spiritualist Meeting The True Spiritualist church which meets in the Red Men's ball will hold both afternoon am night services Sunday. A chicken supper will be served at S o'clock The Rev. Hazel Dye will bo the speaker and C. D. Dye will have charge of the singing. Mrs. Bertha Dally of Crawfordsville and other out of town workers will be present. An invitation is extended to the public to attend the services. Mrs. Charles Smith, Burrous. May 26-28—Madison township, Mrs. Joe Henderson, Delphi'route 4. May 31, June 1, 2—Monroe township, Mrs. Ralph Pearson, Flora, June 3, 4, 7—Rock Creek township, Mrs. Harry Temple, Rockfield. June 8-10—Tippecanoe township, Mrs. Lewis Morrison. Delphi route 2. June 11,14,15—Washington township, Mrs. Samuil Sinn, Logansport route 3. KokwiM Chapter 104, R. A. M. Thursday, April 22 Pat luck Dinner and Card forty 6. W P.M. Announce* Sermon Subject. "The Master's Joy" will be the sermon subject of the Rev. John A. Stover at the Harrison Street Congregational Christian church at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morning. CO-Y'S RUMMAGE SALE Dittztn 1 * Batory, W. Jackstn St n 8:00 Saturday. "Something New In Kokomo" STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 19th Fried Chicken in the Rough to Go SO DRIVE OUT AFTER THE SHOW TO Tall Timbers Vi Mill NOITM ON 31 Msurs: Ms*)., Tamn* M, I AJN. Is IS PM. $<rt. amd Sim. I AM. U i A.M. Purdue Garden Experts Here Next Tuesday One of the first events In the community clean-up and beautification campaign here will occur Tuesday night when two speakers from Purdue university visit Ko- apparently had komo to conduct a free meeting on gardening. public W. B. (Pappy) Ward, one of the state's foremost experts on vegetable gardens, and Gordon Milne, a specialist in flowers, will be the principal speakers at the meeting :o begin at 7 o'clock Tuesday night been in her usual health Friday and spent much of the day working in her yard, a labor she greatly enjoyed. The deceased bad been a resident of this community since girlhood. She was born :.-. Ripley county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Falk and wus the last survivor of their family of several children. The family moved to this county, establishing their home on a farm some six miles south of Kokomo on Highway 31. As a young woman Mrs. Vrooman and her sister. Miss Louisa Falk, came to Kokomo and owned and operated a millinery store here for a number of years, Mrs. Vrooman retiring upon her marriage. Mr. Vrooman established the Vrooman Printing company, predecessor of Kelvie Press Inc., and was long prominent in business and civic circles. He died about 17 years I ago. They were the parents of ons child, Agnes, now Mrs. Paul Landis of Champaign, 111 She is expectec to arrive in Kokomo Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Landis visited her mother here only a week ago. Surviving with the daughter are two granddaughters and six .nieces anc nephews. Mrs. Vrooman was a member ol the First Congregational Christian church and a charter member ol the Woman's Department club and in her more active years had taken a part in all church and club activities. The body is at the Rich funeral in the city ^council chambers at home. Tentative plans are for the funeral to be held there Monday obtained afternoon, the details to be completed after the arrival of Mrs Landis. the city building. The speakers were hrough the cooperation of E. A. Fohnson, county agent, by Charles Xupley who is serving with Herb Seitz as chairmen* in a public ef- for to "police up" the business - — ; - and residential sections of Ko- A Hariri komo. This will be dene during'*"«*«« two weeks campaign opening Education lunday, May 2 and concluding on Saturday, May 15. 8 Local Teachers Ex-victory gardeners of Kokomo are well acquainted with "Pappy" Vard through his frequent war- ime visits to Kokomo to offer helpful suggestions in gardening projects. Something of a wit and a homespun philosopher, he is an I engaging speaker as well as an authority in what it takes to'make potatoes, green beans, corn, etc., flourish in-Hoosier soil. One of- the features of Tuesday night's meeting will be the showing of color slides which will illustrate Ward's talk. THE FUR STORAGE SEASON IS ON! If s Ml lee eerfy !• kraif ywr fan to kwii'i Fur SMrag*. In »ur •ht •• th* fr»«iim y*w fora wiH «"j»y Hw rampbM protection rhty •taone. M» tnm «wtht, Ant, firo, thoft md wmmtr h»t. Baum Fur Storage 311 N. MAIN ST. •*B»...MB..WBB«l»BBAMB^BBB.B1.BBBB >B ^ BHBHHB ^ B ^ B ^., BB ^ B ^. HHBBBBBBBMBW ^ BMB ^ MB ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^ B ^^^ NOTICE.' Lt>D\V MM II 119 E. Sycamore Will Be Open Every Sunday 7 A. M. Until 8 P. M. SERVING GOOp MEALS WITH HOME MADE HOT ROLLS. I dOSED EVERT WEDNESDAY STARTING APRIL 18. Word Glenn Takes New Radio Post Ward Glenn, formerly of Kokomo, . _ who has been assistant manager new manufacturing products Eight teachers of industrial arts in the Kokomo school system Saturday were ending a three-day visit to the Turkey Run state park where they had been attending the 16th annual convention of the Indiana Industrial Education association. " The local delegation headed by Virgil Fleenor, yocationai director, included Chester Thompson, Alfred Himelick, Clarence Fauber, and Everett Mason, all of the high school; John .Fred Meinzer, Central junior high; John Conaway, Washington Junior high; and James Green, Roosevelt junior high. They were included Misses Ruth Ann Bellamy, Ruby Fort, Juanita Bellamy, Esterlene Johnson, Viola Tyler and Lillian Terry; Mesdames Jeule Johnson, OIHe Grady and Patsy Reeves. The hostess wa» assisted by Mrs. Cecelia Reed and Mrs. Daisy Coleman. Ushers for Sunday at the Mt Pisgah church will be Mesdames Corine Terry and Emma Garnett. Members of the Second Baptist church and the pastor, the Rev Mr. Carr have been invited to attend the first anniversary of the Rev. Noel E. Horde as pastor ol the Baptist churca at Shelbyville Sunday. A chartered bus will leave Kokomo promptly at 12 o'clock and all wishing to go are asked to be on time. Regular services ;it Second Baptist church will be held Sunday morning with the music by th« Senior choir. Ushers Sunday morning will be Howard Greer, William Waggoner and Hazel Gray. The usher board will meet Monday rlight at the church annex. Mrs. Susan Walters is sick at her home, ,900 North Purdum street. Ushers at Waym-tn church Sunday morning will be Alice Long, Elsie Robertson, William Reeves and Sophia Hardy; at night, Idella Cole and Verna Armstrong. At Wayman A.M.K. church.Sun- day morning the sermon will be by the Rev. Mr. Elliott and music by the Senior choir. For-the evening worship at 7:46 d'cloclrrthe music will be by the Gospel chorus and Senior choir combined. Dr. J. P. I. Wallace, presiding elder of the northern district, will bring the MONDAY Kokomo Board of Realtors—Noon, Climaxing the annual member- Cupboard—Luncheon, followed by ^ *" full^'tre' ship drive of the Civic ,Music as- discussion led by the tax committee drons Is sociation during the week of April'of which Harry O. Davis is chair - lc o nc i u ded 19 through April 24, Thomas L. man. | ; Thomas, baritone, will appear at| Lions Club—6:30 p. m.. Masonic 8:15 o'clock Friday night at the .Temple—Ladies night program with Grace Methodist church in the con- Dr. George Davis of Purdue spcak- | A campaign to interest Kokomc . and Howard county navy. air men and others in the organized reserve 'flight unit to bc formed at th« • Bunker Hill Naval Air station was j announced Saturday by Lt Comdr ! Harry Curran Jr., commanding of- i f icer. Bob Barrett, Kckomo fireman and 'a naval reservist, pointed out that •he was the only Kokomo man who attended a recent organizational meeting at the air field. Ht stated that Curran desired to contact more Kokomo men interested in the formation of the flight group. Such persons may write or call the commander at the Bunker Hill station, Barrett said. ! It was pointed out by the officer chat veterans or reserves from other branches of the service may bc accepted for the unit, but that they nay have to take a reduction in their former rank when making the_ change to an air unit He explained that non-veterans :will be accepted for the unit and pointed out that such a person would not be drafted later since I membership in an active reserve•] iunit would be acceptable in the place of drafted service duty. Organization of the unit still Is reached the officer rcachcd ' tht officcr Will Continue Revival The revival at the North Arm~* on * eluding concert of the season. ling on works of James Whitcombj J*" J? The concert Is for members of Riley.. Music will bc presented by the association only; however, new Miss Betty Arthur, members who enroll before April 23 may attend as guests of the association by presenting the receipt TUESDAY jet Pilgrim Holiness continue every night next week. The evangelist Is the Rev. Howard Goins of Kokomo, and the special singers arc Barbara Kotarjr Club-Noon, Hotel Fran- Miller and Fern McHe nry of Madi- ces-Luncheon: Tom Wallace, edi- son Ind Good Crowd9 have been from their membership car.1 tor of the Louisville Times, speak- attendin j each night . Thcre wlu „«, A star of stage and radio, Thorn- ing on national and international : as is heard each Sunday nlgh,t over the Manhattan Merry-Go-Round radio program. He has appeared as guest soloist with the New York Philharmonic, Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis and Toronto symphonies. Thomas has appeared also as guest artist on several radio shows including the R.C.A.-Victor, Firestone, Chicago Theater of'the Air and others. ' The artist, who was soloist last year with the Indianapolis summer symphony, Is being returned by popular request, Charles Rose, president of the association said, to sing at the closing concert this August Fabien Sevitzky is the conductor of the orchestra. •Born In Maesteg, South Wales, Thomas spent the first 11 years of his life in a typically Welsh atmosphere. That "atmosphere" included an inborn, traditional appreciation of music. From the age of four, young Thomas was a faithful visitor at both rehearsals and performances of musical organizations in his native town. His household was particularly musical too, with his mother who sang and his father who won three message and administer Holy Communion. The third quarterly conference .will not bo held Monday night but a double report Will be made the fourth quarter. The Missionary society will meet at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon with Inis Essie Bowman. The Sunshine club will meet Monday night at tne home of Mrs. Helen Artis. national awards for flute playing. The father became a flutist with the London Philharmonic and continued his musical activities after the family came to this country. When Thomas was 11, the family migrated to the United States and settled in Scranton, Pa., where the boy sang in amateur productions throughout elementary and high school. He was graduated from Johnson Technical school, prepared himself | for a mechanical engineer and, draftsman and entered business, j But he continued singing and; developments. Howard County Bar Association —6:30 p. m., Hotel Court land—Dinner; G. Richard Ellis, speaking on "The Life of Clarence Darrow." Junior Chamber of Commerce— 6:30 p. m.. Cupboard—Dinner; Will lis B. Conner Jr., chairman of the public relations committee of the Indiana Bankers association, speaking on "It.'s Fup Being Nice to People." THURSDAY Klwanls Club—12:10, Hotel Frances—Luncheon; Hobart Creighton speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives and candidate for the G. O. P. gubernatorial nomination, speaking on ''Indiana State Government." The Dunbar Recreation Center finally moved to New York where personnel announces the annual he began an "attack" on the air icnter program which is to be ob- waves, via the route of ensemble served Friday night, May 21. The program which will portray youth talent will be held at Wayman Chapel A.M.E. ch'jrch. The details of the program will be announced later. groups. His first solo spot came, at last, after 96 auditions. That was.about 10 years ago. Today, the artist has won admiration through his magnificent voice and Unified Worship Service The unified worship service at the Main Street Christian church will begin at 9:40 o'clock Sunday morning when the Rev. Jo M. Riley will preach* on the topic, "Ae You a Delinquent Christian." The chancel choir will sing the anthem, "O Loving Savior" by Clement. At the church school the third chapter in, the movie series on the Life of Paul will 'be shown. This movie is entitled "Grace and Forgiveness." In the evening at 6 o'clock the youth groups, Chi Rho and CYF, will see the movie as aj part of their progrom. a children s meeting at 7 o'clock Sunday night. The public is invited. The Rev. F. W. Clark is pastor. Bevlval In Program Revival meetings are in progress at the home of Mrs. Charles Barnhart, 1101 South Seventeenth street, and great interest has been shown in the nightly services. Singing is a feature of the meetings. There will be a meeting Saturday night and another at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon when the Rev. Clyde Springer will preach. The public is invited to attend. NUTSOM SHOE SERVICE 115 N. Union FIRST COM8HE8ATIOMAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Carncr of Wsbdsr and Mriberry Church School 9:30 Morning Worship .. 10:45 Her. MELVIN LYNN FRANK. Pwar THE SERMON: •TO PROVE COD LIVES' Charles S* Rose INVESTMENT SECURITIES BOUGHT SOLD QUOTED (SOU U.\l»\ BANK BUM*. Phone 7154 The W.I.C. club met Tuesday natural, unaffected interpretations night. April 6, at the home of Mrs. Ella Willadson. Tho lesson on "The Negro in Business" was conducted by the hostess. The next meeting will be the annual closing with Mrs. Hazel Dunigan as hostess, ' on Tuesday, April 20. Mrs. Viola McDaniel has come _ from Houston, Tex., to be at the Na2arene> North street and Wa- bedside of her mother. Mrs. Lillian bagh avenue- has been coope rating of music. Probably best known for his radio broadcasts, he has earned distinction also as a recitalist and through recordings. Attendance Has Increased The North Side Church of the Smith, who is ill. in the Go To Church campaign and and program chairman of radio station WTOM in Indjanapolis, has accepted a position as prpductiqn manager of station WBBW and WABW in Indianapolis. Glenn who has been on the staff accompanied by their wives. processes, recent developments in industrial education, and changes in shop techniques. of WTOM since it started operations about a year ago, will take his new position Monday, April 19. WBBW is a standard daytime sta- Kempton H. E. Meets April 17 Kempton, April 17.—The Jefferson township Home Economics club met at the home of Mrs. Amos Burgan, the co-hostesses were Mrs. O. R. Burgan, Mrs. A. E. tion while WABW is an FM station J Hobbs and Mrs. Arnie Armstrong. WBBW will soon change its call let- Mrs. Howard Boyer gave the his' * ' tory of, the song of the month. The Easter story was given as devotions by Mrs. Earl Hodson. Pre-, views of the next meeting were ters to WXLW. Glenn is well known in Kokomo where for some time he was program director of WKMO. Mrs. Glenn is the daughter of Mr. and read by Mrs. Raymond Cox. The Mrs. Gus Vandcnbosch, «09 South'club received an invitation to be Main street. guests of Johnson township Home Glenn said he expected to move [Economics club May 18 at Hillis- his famfly to Indianapolis as soon'burg church, where they will see as suitable living quarters could bc'a style show from L. S. Ayres of located there. department* Sunday is to be Father and Son The next meeting will be with Mrs. Essie Bowman 1017 North Bell!,, - the Sun(J gchoo , and a street at 2:30 o'clock, Thursday af-.,.,^. M1BbM . „, „,„„ h.v,. !««„ ternoon, April 22. ZION TABERNACLE The Bible Way REV. C. G. BRYAN Pastor Sunday School 10:00; Preaching 7:00 F. M. Evangelistic Sermon by Pastor— Orchestra and Choir Monroe at Morrison (West Boa to Door) Parsonage 539 West Jefferson Pastor's Phone M63 ALL WELCOME FREE SUNDAY SCHOOL BUS Tob Milton, Frank Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Bobbia Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. McCall of Fort Wayne and Mrs. Addle Scott and Mrs. Ada Martin of Chicago. Mrs. Bessie and Margie Bassett of Saginaw, Mich., attended ~— - . . •»«.._ w-*ti.i. TTni "*"" °c v-iiH the funeral of Mrs. Matilda Hoi-, Local Polio Chapter Will Meet Monday Mrs. Fern -Wilson, Indianapolis, chairman of the -women's division of the Indiana state unit of the large number of men invited to bring a son to the service. There will be a class for all ages. In the morning worship service the pastor, the Rev. D. R. Morris, will speak on 'The Christ for the World's Crisis." In the evening evangelistic hour the sermon theme will be "Chsist, The Uttermost ir and membership invite everyone to all of the services. Union Street Friends Dale Summers of Cadle Tabernacle, Indianapolis, will speak at the Union Street Friends church in this city Friday night, April SO, of the The lesson, "Professional Finishes" was given by Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Myron Barnett: Swihart Selected For Panel Group O. M. Swihart superintendent city schools, will be one of eight ^ 'pVVze.' "Twenlty-six > 'm7mbers school leaders who will take part wcre present and four gu^t,, M rs. Harry Barnett, Mrs. Myrtle Williams an.d Mrs. Georgia Jessup. To Open Revival Sunday A revival, meeting which will continue two weeks will open Sun- day'at the North Side Wesleyan Indianapolis, also an invitation from Sugar Creek township Home Economics club for June 10. | chaste? oflhe~"6Vganteation at 7:30 *T*U A !*.«.**•. *TJ..nfaiic!in*.aT Fin ' *••"-•" - ~* . ** o e nana sae un o a National Foundation f or Mnfantile Howa * d Count Vo Paralysis will speak at the Apri meeting of the Howard county in a panel discussion at the second j annual conference on school leader', ship and administration at Indiana State Teachers college on April 90. I Swihart will take part in a panel [discussion on "Teacher Recruitment, Training Curricula and Certification." The forum will be led by Fred W. Rankin of Rochester. Among other school leaders who will take part in the all-day pro. gram is Joe Rice of Frankfort, who ^^ will participate in a discussion atljj^ o'clock Monday night at Community Chest headquarters. Members of the local chapter and all those who participated in the "March of Dimes" campaign are invited to attend. The appearance of Mrs.. Wilson was arranged for by Mrs. Blllie Bergman, R. N., at a recent tour of the facilities of Riley Hospital. Mrs. Bergman will introduce a resolution at the meeting to donate a siz- evangelist while Miss Kathleen the night session of the conference. The subject will be "Substituting Facts for Guesswork in our Public Relations Program." NOTICE I Mil not be responsible for any debts' only contracted by . Finch, Route % Kokomo. win Services charge of will open at m u- 7:30 o'clock each night. The guest speaker Sunday night will be the Rev. Eugene Kierstead, vice-president of the church conference and another special service will Le held Monday night when the Rev. Kenneth Dunn, missionary secretary of the conference, will preach and occupational therapy facilities designed to teach "polio" victims how to live. Oir 3-Way Ait* InsiraRM MM will *m jn ••••/. Gall R. S. Ittfister, PI. 3374, Aita, Life ana* Fin Insirauct. 214 lank IMf. The meeting will be open to all people and it is hoped there will be a large attendance from all churches of the ccunty and all others who may be interested. The young people are making plans for a program of many Interesting features,'details of which will be announced later. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES "Doctrine of Atonement" is the tiubjeet of the LcMon-Screon In all Churches of thrirt. Scientist, on Sunday. April 18. The Golden Text ia: "There ia one God. and one mediator between God and men, the man Cnriit Jnui" (I Timothy 2:5). Among the dtationa which rompriie the Leoon-Sermon u the following .from the Bible: "But be ye joeri of the word, and not hearer* only, ,dee*iTinz your own aelve*. For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he !• like unto a man beholding hi* natural face in a <cla»: For he beholdeth himself, and soeth bin way, and atraichtway forgotteth what manner of man he was" (Jamea 1:22-21). the LeMon-Sertnon also Includes the following puns* from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Cey to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: 'Implicit faith in the Teacher and a!l the emotional love we caa beatow on I him. will never alone make us Imitator* ' of him. We must go and do likewise. et»> we are not improving the great ble>iing< which our Master worked and suffered to bestow upon as" (p. 29). Dr. James McGinley Friday Night - Saturday Night Sunday Morning, Afternoon and Evening AT ST. LUKE'S CHURCH EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN 700 N. Washington SAT. NIGHT 7:30 "Why America Won't Have to Fight Russia" SUN. AFTERNOON 2:30 "Why I Believe Jesus Will Come In Our Day" D. L. PATTERSON, Pastor

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