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Saturday Evening June 12, 1913 LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER West Lafayette and Purdue University Waac Singer Purdue Will Act as Host to U. S. Agricultural Engineers v- jsmm" "iTC -essaja; -j i it -jmiv- Bagpipe Music to Entertain Youth Group at Purdue Bagpipe tunes will rei-ound through the Purdue Hall of Mnnic Monday nlsht. as SgL Sandy Mcpherson, from Camp Atterbury, who before entering the army played In vaudeville houses ail over the country, entertains boys and girls attending the 2Mh annual 4-H club round-up to beheld at Purdue J-ine 14 to 18. Set.

McPherson, who was born In Scotland but cam to this conn- try as a child, started in vaude. ville 1 years ago, with Ous Ed wards. Recently, he played be- fore 1J.O0O people at the million dollar bond rally In Indianapolis. He sings and dances, as well as playing the pipes. On the same program, Sgt.

Ross Snyder, former 4-11 club member from Veedersburg. will give piano selections. Lt. Anne R. Hatfield of the Waacs.

whose home is Columbus. Ohio, will sing. The program begins at o'clock and is open to the genera public. Other entertainment features of the Round-Up include a dramatic sketch to be presented by Theta Alpha Phi, honorary dramatics fraternity at Purdue In four sodes, Monday afternoon at 3:20, Monday evening as part of the special program of entertainment, and Tuesday and Wednesday aft ernoons at 3:20. The public is Invited to attend all sessions of the round-up in the Hall of Music.

a -'-4 Canning Demonstrations Planned For Housewives Approximately agricultural engineers from over the United States are expected to attend the thirty-sixth annual meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers to be held at Purdue university June 21 to 23. It will be a war-time conference of agricultural engineers on the food front and most of the program will be directed In that channel. Among the headline speakers will be Dr. M. Wilson, director of extension work.

IT. S. department of agriculture; Wheeler Mc-Millen, editor of Farm Journal and Fa rmfr'i Wif; President K. C. Elliott of Purdue; Dean H.

J. Reed, school of agriculture at Purdue; A. A. Potter, dean of engineering at Purdue, and Harry B. Walker, head of agricultural engineering.

University of California, who is president of the er-ican society. One of the high spots In the program will be a symposium of government war-time policies on farm machinery, building materials, electric equipment and other agencies taking part. There will also be special programs on farm structures. rural electrification, power and machinery, soil and water conservation and erosion control. Service Flag for Faculty Members A service flag for faculty members of the West Lafayette schools who are serving In the armed forces, haa been completed, and hang in the library of the senior high school building.

It bears stars for Ensigns Carl M. Hammer and Robert McWilliams and Wayne Byrd, and Chief Petty offi cer Martin Mamm, u. s. navy; David March and ElhT Hopkins, air forces; Lieut. Gordon Straley and Staff Serg.

Joseph Seale. S. army, all of the high School. Miss Ha7.Ie Hubbard and Ruth Eleanor Johnson, who are Waacs and Lt. James H.

Elder, of the army, are Morton school faculty members honored on the service flag. Farewell Dinner For Two Couples University pastors of Purdue and their wives will have dinner in the Old Chestnut room. Purdue Memorial Union, Monday evening, as a farewell to two couples, Rev. and Rev. and Mrs.

J. B. Gleason, and Mrs. Hubert Reynolds, who are leaving this month for other posts. Rev.

Gleason, Baptist pastor, has resigned to accept the pastorate of the First Baptist church at Pooatello, Idaho. Rev. Reynolds, student pastor of the Christian Foundation, has resign ed to become assistant director of Dodge Community house at De troit, Mich. Twins Promoted As Army Officers Richard H. Smith and Robert W.

Smith, twin brothers in the U. S. quartermaster (truckt division at Camp Sutton, Va, have been promoted from second tn first lieutenants, according to word received by their mother, Mrs. Harry O. Smith, Russell street.

The twins were graduated from the Purdue In mechanical engineering In the December 1942 class. going to the army immediately afterwards. An older brother. Lieut. James Smith, is serving In the Pacific war theater.

Farewell Meeting" Plana have been announced for Roger Williams Foundation, of Purdue, to have its last meeting with the Baptist pastor. Rev. Joseph Baird Gleason. Sunday eve ning. June 13.

going from the West Lafayette Baptist church at o'clock to the James R. Wiley home. "Shady for outdoor games, supper and vespers. Soil Information A. J.

Ohlrogge and S. R. Miles will give a critical evaluation of long-time fertility experiments at the meeting of the Sail Science society of Indiana at 7 o'clock next Wednesday evening. June 1, in room 11, agricultural hall. Pur due university.

LIEUT. A.NXE HATFIELD This Waac officer will sing at the Purdue Hall cf Music Monday I evening at a program starting at i o'clock, a feature of the annual 4-H club round-up. The public is invited. Husbands Guests Of Garden Group The garden section of the Pur due Women's club had a picnic and out-of-door fish fry at the home of Prof, and Mrs. C.

E. Beese on state road 26, west of Purdue. Friday evening, with the husbands of members 'as guests. About sixty attended. Mrs.

George E. Davis will be chairman for 1M3-44, succeeding Mrs. W. Baynes. Mrs.

Harry Leonard will be the program chairman. Meetings will be held from time to time during the summer to visit the gardens of various members. The committee in charge of Fri day evening'a party included Mesdames B. E. Pontius, George E.

Davis. H. C. Thompson and Mrs. Bayries.

Vocalist to Wed Officer in Army Mr. and Mrs. John Slopsema, 415 Dodge street. West Lafayette, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Eleanor, to Lieutenant Ben H. Roodhouse, Jr, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Ben H. Roodhouse, Jacksonville. 111. The ceremony will take place in the Christian Reformed church, La fayette, Tuesday evening, June 15, at 8 o'clock.

Changes in army orders advanced the date of the wedding. Lieut. Roodhouse, with a four day leave, planned to fly here Sunday, from Sedalia army air field, Warrensburg. Mo. He attended Purdue and is a Phi Kappa Sigma.

Th" prominent vo calist, attended Western college, Oxford, last year, winning many honors there. Capt TT 1 ain narian Directs Flying Capt. Dane W. Harlan, son of Mr. and Mrs.

W. Harlan. 102 West Stadium avenue, has been promoted to assistant director of flying at he basic flying field, Newport, -rk. Formerly at Max well Field. and recently transferred to Newport, Capt.

Harlan has been serving as oper ations officer at the new post. He flew here for an overnight visit two weeka ago. Headlee Is Chosen I. U. Staff Chief Dr.

William H. Headlee, member of the Purdue staff as assistant professor of biology from September, 1935. to Dec. 31. 1942.

has been named head of the tropical medicine and parasitology staff at Indiana university school of medicine. Dr. Headlee spent some time in Egypt and Central America before joining the Purdue staff. PERSONAL AND GENERAL Margarette Jackson, formerly of 318 1-2 West Lute, has gone to Attica, where she has taken a position as supervisor of the cafeteria at the Harrison Steel Castings company plant. Mrs.

Vivian Michael, Columbus, arrived Friday to Join Mrs. Olga Ross Hammon, Bozeman, Mont, here for the Thl- Delta, national art fraternity conference here, as house guests of Mrs. R. B. Stewart at Westwood, in Mc- Cormick road, over the week-end.

Mrs. Hammon Is national presi dent of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. Threvor Reiley, Detroit, who.

are visiting in Wisconsin over the week-end. will arrive the first of the week to remain for the wedding of the latter's sister, Miss Marilyn Lloyd and Ensign James Abernethy, USN'R. Mrs. W. Leslie Marshall left Fri day night for Danville, to spend the week-end and visit her son, Aviation Cadet Robert Marshall, soon to be graduated from training at Centre college.

Mrs. Everett Peterson and Mrs. T. D. Peterson have returned from a week's stay in New York where they visited their husband and son.

Everett Peterson in the USXR amphibious forces. Mrs. William Kirchner. Mrs. Russell Coffman, Mrs.

A. R. Mather, Mrs. J. C.

Pierce and Miss Amy Bringham have returned from attending the conference of the Woman's Baptist Mission Soci ety of Indiana at Camp Mack, on Lake Wawbee. Mrs. Leroy Johnson and son. of Chicago, who have been visiting her mother and sister, Mrs. C.

D. Kent and Miss Vera Kent. South Chauncey avenu. left Saturday for a few weeks' stay at Hart, Mich, before going to Virginia, Minn, to join Mr. Johnson for residence.

4 4K I be held for all Interested women of latter part of June. They will be Miss Esther Franklin, home dem Straszheim, nutrition specialist drying of fruits and vegetables will be demonstrated. Homemakers who attend will be provided with canning guides and time tables giving the processing time of var ious fruits and vegetables by different canning methods. Dates will be 'announced soon. Psi Iota Xi Is Planning Convention With all affalas eliminat ed and business sessions cut to a minimum, the war conference of Psi Iota XI, national philanthropic sorority, will open at the Severin Hotel In Indianapolis, Tuesday evening.

June IS. Iota chapter, of Rushville, Is serving as official hostess to the conference, of which Miss Leah Flint, of Indianapolis and Mrs. William Carter, of Rushville, are co-chairmen. Instead of the customary two official delegates from each of the sixty-seven chapters in Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan, only one Is asked to attend this year, and only business of utmost Impor tanre is to be transacted. The conference will close with a sim ple luncheon In the Rainbow room of the Severin Wednesday at 1 o'clock.

Mrs. V. Freeman will repre sent Delta Zeta associate chapter of this city. Among council members attend ing will be Mrs. Joseph S.

Reich-art, of Frankfort, grand vice-pres ident. Golf and Bridge At Country Club There was a large attendance at the second Women's Day program Friday at the Elks' Country club. Golf prizea went to Miss Florence Hunslcker, Mrs. Joseph Fettig. Mrs.

Charles Whistler and Mrs. John Rae. Luncheon was served, with Mrs. Pearl M. Allen.

Mrs. Dale Roth, Mrs. Warren Vellinger and Mrs. John Hogsn as the committee. In bridge, defense stamps (the prise set for season) were awarded to Mrs.

Walter J. Schafer and Mrs. George Spickerman in auction, and to Mrs. Kenneth Chatham and Mrs. Walter M.

Gay, In contract. Hostesses were Mesdames Robert Howell W. J. Schafer. Carl C.

Reifenrath and Lawrence Thise. CLUBS We-Will class of Congress Street Methodist church will meet the church Monday evening for a pot-luck supper ar.d election of officers. Beta chapter of Wesley an Service Guild of Trinity Methodist church met In the chapel Thursday evening. Mrs. E.

W. Dunn entertained with reading a delightful story. Miss Chriselda Frisz pleased with piano numbers. The commit-te In charre included Mn t. ir Adler.

chairman; Misa Ruth Wat son. Miss Faye Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Mildred Klus and Mrs. William Tnwnsend, Refreshments were served Pine township Home Economics club will meet with Mrs.

Clyde Hackley Thursday with Mrs. Homer Kinaell and Mrs. Orvel Ro-lan assisting. A lesson on meat a.ternates will be given by Mrs. David Sheets.

Meadames Ernest Waterstraat and William Fleming are on the entertainment committee. Fidelity class of Grace U. B. (Continued on Page 9) i 5 i I 1 Myra Freed Is State Officer Miss Myra Kutn treed, presi dent or Gamma chapter, Delta Chi Sigma, was installed as secretary-treasurer of Indiana province of Delta Chi Sigma. Mrs.

Corinne Pedley. Indiana province presi dent, of Gary, conducted the in stallation services at the home of Mrs. Ruby Sampson, 43 Roosevelt street, Gary. Miss Freed was selected to succeed Miss Alice Wilde, of Indianapolis, who has enlisted in the Waves. Museum Facts Topic for Club Interesting facts regarding the building which houses the Tippe canoe county museum were relat ed to members of the Union Home Economics club and their guests Thursday, by Miss Alameda Mc Cullough, curator.

The museum contains gifts from more than 700 donors. The State Home Economics president. Mrs. G. E.

Bausman: County Home Economics presi. dent, Mrs. Frank Witteman. Mrs, Peter Goris. county vice-president and Mrs.

Alton Benham, county treasurer, commended the local club on its project of sending monthly cheer to the Union town ship boys in the armed forces. Mrs. Orville Stevens presided and donations for the Girls 4-H pins and to the Cancer Control fund were made. Hostesses weret Mrs. J.

H. Tav- lor, Mrs. John Buck. Mrs. J.

P. Foresman and Mrs. Gurney Chap- pell. There will be an all-day meet ing with a picnic dinner next month. White Shrine Rites in City Bethany Shrine No.

g. White Shrine of Jerusalem, entertained the supreme worthy high priestess. Sojourner Amy Berry, of Chicago. Friday evening, at the annual in spection. Twenty-fouc candidates were initiated under the direction of High Priestess Merle Jane Scott and Watchman of the Shep- ards Frank Scott, with their corps of officers.

Dinner was served in the Masonic temple by Hope chapter, O. E. S. Visitors were pres ent from Fowler, Chicago, India napolis and other places, including Sojourners Cary Coe. George Doerk, John Klein, Winifred Hubbard, Lois Lemke.

Ethel Co Ivy. and Mr. Hubbard, all membera of Mrs. Berry'a official family. PARTIES Mr.

and Mrs. Frank Hinea en tertained ten guests at dinner Friday evening at their home. 331 South Twenty-ninth street. From out of town were Mr. and Mrs.

W. H. Baldwin and daughter. New Richmond; Lloyd Hudson, Linden. and Rosemary Kelly, Crawfords-ville.

Mrs. William Slla entertained at a bridal shower for Miss Dorothy Corwin, a bride elect. In the game shower, prizes went to Mrs. Daisy Julian. Mrs, Janet Stump and Mrs.

Florence Stinson. Mrs. Salla was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Richard Mantle. visit in Grand Rapids, Mich.

They have as guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schubach, who arrived Saturday from City, Fla. Miss Mary SC Kennedy has returned from a brief visit in Indianapolis. Mrs.

Ralph W. Henderson, of Indianapohr is visiting her mother. Mrs. Thomas Burt, North Sixth street Robert M. Westra, petty officer, U.

S. navy, will return to the signal corps base in Peru Monday aftea spending 10 days liave with his mother. Mrs. J. M.

Westra. Misff Betty Driscoll. who has a position in the advertising department of the Woodward and Loth- Delta Gamma to Meet at Supper Members of Delta Gamma ac- tive chapter attending Purdue summer session will meet with the alumnae association at a buffet i stipper at the home of Mrs. Car-others Haywood, 7: Cherokee ave- nue. Lafayette.

Tuesday evening, June 22. at o'clock. Mrs. Frank-' lin S. Crockett, Mrs.

Lynn Miller" and Mrs. E. L. VanBusklrk are In charge of arrangements. At a recent meeting of Delta Gamma alumnae at the home of Mrs.

J. Dwight O'Ferrall, the group voted to knit an afghan for convalescent soldiers and sailors. Mrs. OFerrall is contributing the yarn. Fortnightly Club Arranges Outing Arrangements were completed" Saturday for the annual spring" picnic of the Fortnightly Literary club Sunday, June 13, at the summer cottage of Miss Emma Cunningham at Battle Ground: dinner1'' at 1 o'clock.

Arrange Honor Roll Of Scarlet Alumni West Lafayette high school haa an honor roll of all alumni of the school who are in U. S. service, the names arranged by classes and including the status in service. Principal William Floyd request' parents or relatives of the men in service who have not previously been reported, call hia office at the senior high school to check data. Traininff Canncrs Fifteen representatives of mid- western tomato canning factoriea being trained to serve as technicians completed a preliminary three-day beginners training' course at Purdue university urday, and Monday will be Joined by approximately 30 experienced technicians for an Intensive five- day review course.

Club Meeting Mrs. F. V. Smith disrussed "De hydration of Foods" at the June meeting of West Lafayette Horn r.conomtca club, at the home ofl Mrs. Fred Hencke.

South Eleventh street, Lafayette. Harry Moore and Mrs. Roy Leevy- discussed modern canning. The club voted 1 to cancer control. The annual club luncheon will be held In July at the home of Mrs.

Samuel S1.93 of; per yard flo.oo) and up CENTER THONE Local Girl Will Marry C'Ctdot Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Brown, 214 Connolly street.

West Lafayette, announce the engagement of their daughter. Dorothy Mae, to Aviation Cadet Robert T. Douglass, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Douglass, Buffalo, New York.

Miss Brown, accompanied by Mrs. William Douglass, will leave for San An tonio, Texas, July 7th to attend Cadet Douglass' graduation from A.A.F.N.S., Hondo, Texas. The marriage will take place immedi- ately after graduation. Mr. Doug las xormerly attended Purdue.

Former Purdue Students Wed Dr. and Mrs. B. Tye. of Berwyn.

Ill announce the marriage of their daughter. Jacqueline Faith, to Private Walter Thomas. Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Thom as, 31T Pearl street, West Lafayette, which took place Friday, June 4. at 4 o'clock in the Chris tian church chapel at Fort Riley, Kan s. The bride wore white crepe with a white lace iiat. Her flowers were vari gated sweet peas. Mrs.

Mae Vessely, aunt of the bride. was matron of honor, and Lieut. David Burkhart, Fort Riley, best man. The brides mother en tertained at a dinner. Both Private and Mrs.

Tho mas attended Purdue university and he was In his junior year when he was inducted into service. They were both active in campus af fairs. They are former members of the First Christian church choir. Private Thomas is assigned to the dental clinic at Fort Riley. They are living at 206 South Washington street.

Junction City, Kans. Pioneers Have State Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dobelbower, Mr. and Mrs.

Kenneth H. Dobel bower, Miss Alameda McColIough and Miss Maude Leiter were in Indianapolis Saturday for a basket dinner and program of the In diana Society of Pioneers at But ler university field house. Mrs. Fred Dobelbower read a paper on "Early Lafayette" written by the late Miss Sally Sample. -V- Army Wives at Dinner Session Wives of army officers serving overseas enjoyed a dinner party Thursday evening at Lincoln Lodge, with Mesdames Robert Hastings, Edmund Lynch and Robert Mossmsn as hostesses.

The next dinner meeting will be held July 15 with Mesdames Richard Kennedy, R. G. Ralston and Glenn Phillips as hostesses. Party, Shower COLBUR.V, June 12. A party of pretty appointments was given at the home of Mrs.

James DeLong, honoring Miss Patricia Neal. bride- elect of Charles Thomas. Contest prizes were won by Lucille Buck and Patricia Shumaker. After the refreshment hour the bride-elect was presented with gifts for her kitchen. rop department store, Washington, D.

is to arrive Sunday to spend a vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Driscoll. Mrs. Henry Johnston and daughter, Nancy, have returned to Indianapolis after visiting the former's mother, Mrs.

Abby Winf.cU. Mrs. Edzir H. Burt and Miss Lucille Campbell spent Friday in Among those who will leave the first of the week to attend the MRS. JOHN ALBERT SAND ERS, left, before he' rcent mar rlage was Helen Catherine Mil ler, daughter of Mrs.

Helen Miller. She Is a member of Alpha chapter of Sigma Delta Rho. Lieut. and Mrs. Sanders are living in Gainesville, Texas, the former be.

ing stationed at Camp Howze. MRS. A. F. MYER.

center. Is the former Louise Sylva, daugh ter of Mrs. Lydia Sylva. South Twenty-eighth street. Her mar riag to Lieut.

Myer. AAF. son of Mr. and Mrs. A.

Myer. of this city, took place last month In Okla. They are living in Boise, Idaho, where he is taking a special cource. MRS. RICHARD T.

SID WELL, right, was Dorothy Murphy, a sophomore at Purdue university, before her marriage March 31 at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. William Murohv. in New Albany. Sergeant Sidwell is the son or i'ror.

and Mrs. Paul Sidwell. of West Lafayette. She la living with her parents in New Albanv. while her husband ia ts- tionea at Camp Barkley, Texas.

Civil Defense Movies in City The second of a series of mo tion pictures sponsored by the ex ecutive committee of the Block Leaders' aaaociation. civilian de- fenae. made available through the courtesy of Purdue university and Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, will be shown Tuesday, June 15 at 7:30 p. at Jefferson high school auditorium, at p. m.

The nicies to be shown are: "What to Ua in a Gas At tack." -Farm Gardens," "Our Neighbors to the South of Us," and u. a. news review. Girl Scouts of Greater Lafayette, will be guests In appreciation of their excellent work on fat salvage and their donation of cookies to the U. S.

O. Mrs. Roy Street will give a welcoming address. Another series of movies will be shown Tuesday, June 22 at which time Boy Scouts will be guests. Paul F.

Royster. director, Tippe canoe county civilian defense council, will welcome the Boy Scouts. The public is Invited. Admission free. PERSONALS Walter M.

English has rone to Washington, D. on a business trip. Mrs. B. McCammon.

of Fay- etteville, N. is visiting her parents. Prof, and Mrs. James A. McClintock at "Arrowhead Trail," state road 2.

Capt. McCammon has been transferred from Camp Breckenrldge, Ky to Fort Bragg. N. Mrs. O.

W. Smith and son. Ken neth, and Misa Loia Arnold, spent Friday In Chicago. Misa Pattv Henry has returned from a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs.

K. R. Swan.ion and family in Chicago. Pfc. Lowell E.

Crooks is home from Camp Livingston, La, on a 10-day furlough with his wife and parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. L.

Crooks, 100 South Fourth street. John Hayes Bone and daughter. Miss Mary Louise Bone. are spending the week-end in Colum bus, where Mr. Bone will join his class at Ohio State university the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of his graduation.

Misa Dorothy Caldwell, teacher East high school. Cleveland, arrived Saturday to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Lottie Caldwell. Mrs. Lowell Francis Johnson will arrive from New York City Monday to spend a vacation with her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. T. Bartee. Mr. u.vt Mrs.

Herbert Schaffner have reurned to Los Angeles. Calif, after spending several weeks here with Mrs. Gertrude Hvman and other relatives. Prof. H.

H. Kidd haa returned from a two weeka' visit with rU mothr, Mra. Milton Kidd. Beck-ley. W.

Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reifersi returned Friday from a week's; Canning demonstration will I.afayette and West Lafayette the jtiven afternoons and evenings by onstratlon agent, and Miss Marie Purdue university. Canning and Well-Known Local Pair Will Marry Mrs.

Mary Celia Dickey, 106 Couth Eighth street, announces the engagement of her granddaughter, Miss Betty Ann Williams, to Warren Walter Ardapple, on of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ardapple, 705 Hillcrest road. West Lafayette. The wedding will take place July 10.

Benefit Party At St. Mary's The Mothers' club of St. Mary's school will entertain at a benefit victory card party Tuesday evening at in the school auditorium on South street. Many attractive door priaea will be offered. Including a $25 war bond.

Prizes rVr high score at each table will also be a feature, patrons to play the game of their choice. Mrs. Michael T. Ricks. Mrs.

Paul P. rooks and Mrs. Thomas A. Harris are In general charge, assist ed by committees. Tickets may be obtained from those named or at the door.

Perry Club Has Indoor Session Because of rain. Perry township Home Economics club's picnic was held Indoors Thursday In the Fred Corbln home on State road 29. Red. white and blue appointments featured the dinner of non-rationed foods. Plans were made for the 4-H show and for a club achievement project.

Patriotic aongs, and contests afforded entertainment. Contest prizes were won by Mrs. Joseph Kerkoff, Mrs. Albert Hsrshbarger and Mrs. J.

A. Mc-Clintock. Mesdames Bob Steele. Russ Worwick. John Calloway and Russell Ohl assisted Mrs.

Corbin. Local Candidate For State Honor Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars met Thursday evening at the post home, with Mrs. Hsrry Gingrich presiding. Mrs. Ruby Hornbeck was Initiated.

A past president of the Lafayette auxiliary, Mrs. Hugh Barnes, who Is now senior vice president, department of Indiana, has been endorsed for state president at ths encampment to be held In Terre Haute next week. The next meeting will be a party June 24 with Meadames (Catherine Stump. Ka-rah Fulks and Cyril Alt as hostesses. Local Girl to Marry Soldier Mrs.

Thelma Fisher, 1217 Main street, announces the engagement of her daughter, Marlanna, to Corporal John P. Kelly, former Turdue student of Dyer, now stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, attending officers candidate school. The wedding will take place August 12. Couple Marry The marriage of Miss Norma Jeanne Scott, and Rex Lewis Gsy-lor, both of Lafayette, was solemnized June 11 at the home of John A. Nelson.

Justice of the peace. In Veedershurg. Attendants were the bride's mother and groom's father. The Bargain Center for UPHOLSTERING MATERIALS We have one of the larjrest stocks of high quality upholstering: materials in thi? part of the state. Come in today and see the beautiful pattern we have to offer in the following: fabrics: Moh air I 'el our Moh air Frieze Tape I ryIi roccdeIIrocatelle, El c.

AH for the amazing" price (Values Aim Carry a Large Slertion of DRAPERY GOODS Semationally Priced at Only BARGAIN 11 NORTH THIRD ST. (Continued on Page 9.).

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