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The Herald from Jasper, Indiana • Page 21

Publication:
The Heraldi
Location:
Jasper, Indiana
Issue Date:
Page:
21
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Wednesday, May 15, 1974 The Dubois County DAILY HERALD, Jasper, Ind. ZOAR (MAF TAYLOR) Mothers Day Program The Zoar U.M.W. met Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and presented the following program, Garden of with a song, of our and a welcome by Connie Wellmeyer. by Mrs.

Odell, for Mothers by Hilda Weitkamp; special number. Mother and by Rachel and Laura Hemmer, pianist, Becky Hemmer; of Julia, Darla, Christy, Rhonda, Donna and Diana; Memories of Years Gone by Alberta; Charlotte and Chad Hunter; Day at Kathleen and Charlene McGregor, Young Diana and Brett; Elsie and Jenny; First Annabelle and Dorita, Smartest Janet and Sheila, and Lynn. Song, Hour of Prayer Pledge by the mothers, also pledge by the daughters; of mothers and daughters clasped hands and sang this closing song. The program leaders were Margaret Hagemeyer, Mrs. Odell, Hilda Weitkamp.

The hostesses were Alma Hunter, Edith Kemper, For ALL Occasions Shop 'N Save 506 Jackson Jasper 4th St. Huntingburg Lorene Weitkamp, Betty Langebrake, Fern Trumell. Games and gifts were taken care of Ruth Carlisle and Sharon Weitkamp, and decorations and tables were prepared by Barbara Bilderback and Sharon Kamman. A large crowd of members and their guests were present. Prizes of potted plants were given to the oldest mother, Daisy Kruesenklaus, youngest mother, Connie Hilsmeyer; mother with youngest daughter was Arlene Leibering shortest mother, Mrs.

Max closest anniversary to that day was Margaret Hagemeyer and tallest, Mary Lou Bohnenkemper. Refreshments were served. Sunday visitors of Albert Langebrake were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hildebrand and Mark, Oliver Werremeyer and Kim Woodall, Mr.

and Mrs. Cecil McKenzie of Pratt, Kansas, Roy Hildebrand, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kamman. Mr.

and Mrs. Fred Hemmer attended the Gibson County Singing at Oak Grove Church near Oakland City Sunday afternoon. Mothers Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kamman were Mrs.

Robert Heilman, Kim and Kathy, of. Owensboro, and Janet and Jeff of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kinkade and Bobby of Evansville and Mr.

and Mrs. David Kurtz and family of Jasper visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hemmer and family Sunday. Saturday visitors were the Rev.

and Mrs. Vernon Brothers and family of McCutchanville near Evansville. The Hemmer Family sang at the Mother-Daughter tea at St. James Lutheran Church at Holland Friday night. Mr.

and Mrs. Johnnie Tisdale of Winslow attended church services here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McKenzie of Pratt, Kansas, attended church services here yesterday and are visiting with relatives here for the next two weeks, remaining here until after the Zoar picnic.

Mrs. Mae Taylor celebrated her birthday on Mothers Day. Dinner Family Market HWY. 162 SOUTH JASPER I FRESH MEATS NOT PRE-PftCKftGED Eckrich WIENERS -ALL BEEF 1 lb. pkg.

Emge PLATTER BACON ib. FRESH PORK SAUSAGE id. CHICKENS 43 Grade Beef ROUND SIRLOIN s1.29 PORK CHOPS 1st Cuts Emge eggs. Emge ALL-MEAT LETTUCE Large Head ea. 2 12 oz- AOc Cans 07 Pleezing Concentrated Orange Juice Bounty AOC Towels Decorated of 2 Wichs QOc Strawberry Glaze ib.

Ot Joan of Arc 303 ML QC Peas Cans jr Ice Cream Sandwiches of 6 59 guests were Michael Wampler and sister Shelly Hubster. Afternoon and evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mangel and Mr. and Mrs.

Wilfred Kamman. Mrs. Taylor received lovely gifts and lots of birthday cards. Ice cream and birthday cake were served in the evening. Mrs.

Everett McCallister and daughter, Ruth Knight and Mary Lou Bohenkemper, Janie, Iva Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Lechner Leingang, Mrs. Harold Kaiser, Wilfred and Sherry Lechner of Winslow were visitors over the weekend and Mothers Day of Mrs. Viola Weitkamp.

Mrs. Lucille Stofelth of Huntingburg and Carol Langebrake of Evansville spent Mothers Day with Mrs. Selma Langebrake and attended church services here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.

Mike Knight and family of Ellettsville attended church here and visited relatives over the weekend. Miss Cheryl Hemmer of Evansville visited her parents and attended church services on Mothers Day. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Leibering was baptized by the Rev.

Max during church services Sunday, receiving the name of Laura Dawn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kamman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Eldon Kamman on Mothers Day. Graduate studies in social work were started at the University of Missouri in 1948. 21 Jasper Personals Mr. and Mrs. Joe Antozy, who moved to Jasper from Chesterland, 0., in August of 1972 and have been living at 2905 Leslie Drive, have moved back to Chesterland.

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