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Vidette-Messenger of Porter County from Valparaiso, Indiana • Page 2

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2 The Vldctte-McBtpgef, Valparaiso, hid. Wednesday, May 28, The United States ranks first In the output of locomotives and freight cars. The ancient Rorruns used cabbage leafs to help promote the healing of wounds. Two-Parts Perfect Printed Pattern Morgan Bible Has1 Mother-Daughter Annual Banquet PEN XOMITE Monday night, mothers, daughters and guests of the Morgan Township Bible church' assembled at Mrs. Johnson's restaurant to hold their mother-daughter banquet.

It was sponsored by the Women's Missionary society of the church. At 6:45 Miss William Anderson, toastmistress of the evening, welcomed the guests. Mrs. JohnCarl-ion gave the invocation and Miss Luida Williams of Fowler, is i Mr. and Mrs.

C. Lee Nelson have here visiting for two weeks with returned from a several days motor UNTIL 9p-m. Open Every Thursday Afternoon her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Cook; trip that toon tnem as lar as i.on don. Ontario, Canada.

Lnroute they at her home, 804 Monroe street. Linda Wallace played an accordion solo just before the banquet was served. After the dinner, the group, visaed friends at Birmingham and returning stopped at Mrs. R. 0.

Burrus of MR 2, box wu Vfllnarnisn. who underwent I 48 joined in singing parodies and Royal Oak, for another visit chorus, led by Mrs. Edwin Roeske. major surgory Tuesday morning witn friend? Mrs. Robert Murphey gave a reading entitled; "The Musings of Mr.

and Mrs. William Alcorn of a Mother," which was very typical at th Warren hospital in Michigan City, is recovering nicely. She would appreciate hearing from re- Santa Maria. are guests In of the Mother's place in the home. litives and friends.

Her address is the home of Mrs. Alcorn's son, Jo' seph M. Ellis and wife. Former res Room 526, Warren Hospital, Inc Michigan City. idents of Valparaiso, the Alcorns have been making their permanent Mrs.

Clarerce Trowbridge followed with an inspiring solo. The "Tribute to Daughters," given by Mrs. arenee Miller. Mrs. Aaron Van Dan was recognized as the oldest mother present, Mrs.

Dale Smith as the youngest home in California since 1955. They la JiZ iC mrt4k moved from Whlttier, to Santa Maria just before Christmas of this SOUTH 5IDE C0URTH0U5E PHONE 4-2711 last year. Alcorn was formerly em mother, and Mrs. Clarence Trowbridge as the mother with the most ployed in the office of the US Post- TELL OF ENGAGEMENT, APPROACHING WEDDING Mr. and Mrs.

Robert A. McCill of this city are announcing en-gagement of Mrsf McGill's daughter. Dale Gorrell, to Lt. jg. Walter Alan Hansen, USNR, of Dearborn, Micb.

Both Miss Gorrell and Hansen were graduated from Miami university at Oxford, office in this city. BELLES AND BEAUX DANCE SATURDAY TO END SEASON UNTIL HER WEDDING, Saturday, May 24, Mrs. Joseph Royko was the former Patricia Lynn Stinchcomb of Michigan City. The marriage occurred in St. Mary's Catholic church in Michigan City.

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Royko Sr. of Porter. The couple is at home at 1119 West 8th street, Michigan City.

(Saidla Studio Photo) children. Miss Christine Finney, three years old, was the youngest daughter present. She was presented with a miniature corsage, which was a duplicate of the larger ones presented to the mothers honored. Mrs. Trowbridge sang another song and chose The guest speaker of the evening was Mrs.

Peter Paget, a returned missionary from India. She and her family were interned for three years in the Philippines during World War II by the Japanese. Her Newlyweds To Reside In Kouts For town or country, we sug gest this sew-easy dress 'n' jacket that travels the seasons smartly. Note cool neckline diagonal bod experiences during this time have Young Republican Women Approves New Officer Slate Deputy Prosecuting attorney, Al Pivarnik discussed the duties of his office before the Young Women's Republican club of Porter county when it met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ray Dahl in Kouts.

In his opening remarks, Pivarnik stressed the fact that "it is not the This Saturday night, May 31, the Belles and Beaux dance club will have a semi-formal, dinner-dance, the last dance for the season. The dinner will be served at 6:45 at the Cressmore Country club in Hobart. Roger Lines orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. ALASKA FAMILY GUESTS HERE OF HIS PARENTS Mr. and Mrs.

Norman Dinwid-die and children, Bobby and Sandy, arrived Sunday morning by air from Kodiak, Alaska, to spend a month in the states visiting in the homes of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith and his sister and husband, the G. P. Lawsons from Crown Point.

Norman is a technician with Federal Electric company, on the White Alice project, which is the communication system that links -all the Deu line sights with the Central intelli been put in book form. Mr. and Mrs. Paget are planning on returning to India sometime in August. The thought Mrs Paget brought to the group was "For what are we looking?" -In closing, the mothers and 0.

The June wedding will take place In Norfolk, where Lt. Hansen is stationed. On Saturday evening, May 24, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gilson of Hebron attended the Utb annual Morocco.

High school alumni association banquet and dance. Mrs. Gil-son'g class o( 1948 celebrated its 10th anniversary since graduation. One of the highlights of the evening in the post-dinner program was the presentation of four musical numbers by a vocal ensemble under the direction of Paul Egli, the Morrocco High school band and music director. Mrs.

Egli accompanied the group at the piano. Egli, the son of the Aaron Egli's of Kouts sent his best wishes to all of their friends in Porter county. News of the death of Walter president of the Ardapple Storage and Moving company of Ollie M. Dye of Kouts was married to Walter Brown of East Chicago Saturday afternoon at 2 p. May 17 in the home of her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Ira Dye. Rev. William Dunkelbureer of daughters sang, "Blest Be the Tie ice buttoning. Printed Pattern ideal for cool cotton.

Printed Pattern 9102: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 16 dress and jacket takes 47g yards 39-inch. Printed directions on each patera part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) or this pattern add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing.

Send to Marian Martin, care of The Vidette Messenger Pattern 232 West 18th New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly primary duty of the prosecutor to prosecute more exactly, he That Binds," and the benediction was given by Mrs. Murphey. must see to it that those charged with a crime are considered inno DRAPERIES AND SLIP COVERS cent until proven guilty." Contrary to the opinion of many people according to Atty.

Pivarnik, the, prosecutor's office is not a fiicated at the simple double ring ceremony. Miss Dye was attired in an ice blue ensemble, an original by Mr. David. Her dress was princess style with a matching full length coat of silk crystallite with white accessories. She wore a white orchid corsage.

The bride and groom chose Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dye of Kouts for their only attendants. gence office. They have resided in Alaska for the past six years, i NAME.

ADDRESS with ZONE. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. On Thursday SSgt. and Mrs. place to settle personal differences, matters of rvenge, and the like.

Rather its chief purpose is to prosecute those who have committed Lafayette, was received here by an offense against the state and have violated one of the basic Immediately following the cere mony a buffet dinner was served rights of the people, provided that there is sufficient evidence to in- Stsllu Catholic Women Of Michigan City Deanery To Meet Luncheon ticket may be purchased from Parish chairmen for tne 13th annual conference of the Michigan City Deanery Council of Catholic Women which will be held June 12 at St. Stanislaus church, Michigan City. Reservations must be in by June 5. Theme of the conference will be "Know Christ Live Christ-Through Mary." The conference will begin with a High Mass at 11. The Very Rev.

Msgr. Julian Doktor will be the celebrant. The Rev. Albert Van Nevel will deliver the sermon. Luncheon will be at 12 noon at St.

Stanislaus parish hall. Guest speaker at the luncheon will be Sister M. Joanice, CSC, Dean of Fred Donaldson and daughter, Dona, will arrive from Columbus, 0., to join the family circle. Mrs. Donaldson is the daughter of the Keith Dinwiddies, and this will be the first time the family has heen together since January, 1952.

On Sunday, June 1, open house will be held at Indian Trail Grange hall, east of the Dinwiddies from Alaska, and the Donaldsons, who recently returned from a three years stay in Puerto Rico. friends. He was returning by plane May 23, from Mayo clinic, with his wife and nurse, and death occurred just before the plane landed. He was a member of the Purdue Army Training camp in 1918, where he served with several local men, namely Harold Martin, Walter Jacobs of TtFD 3, qaude Beach and the late Ralph (Ripper) Wilson. They were all with the.

9Qtb Division, and in the Army of Occupation. He leaves his wife, a son and daughter, two sisters, one of whom is Mrs. L. T. Fenton, the daughter-in-law of Mrs.

May Fenton, of this city. for the immediate family. Miss Dye is a graduate of Kouts High school and Brown is a graduate of East Chicago Washingon High school. He is affiliated with Lake Shore Realty company of Hammond, as a real estate salesman. After a brief honeymoon, Mr.

and Mrs. Brown will reside in Kouts. Arthur Berriers Host Chester Class Members At Recent Buffet Supper Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berrier were hosts to the Chester class of First Methodist church Saturday evening at their home on MR.

2. A buffet supper was served to 23 at 7 o'clock from a lace covered table centered with a large bouquet of iris. The meat dish furnished by the hostess was supplemented with other dishes brought by the members. After the business meeting Colors "com to again! Fabrics feel softer drap better! They'd stay cleaner wear longer! Resist wrinkling, tool Cat tot Household fabric SS CLASS MEETS The Golden Band Sunday School class of the First Baptist church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Thoesen, 1316 A Calendar cf Coming Events which was conducted by Abe Dobbins, class president, the Berrier's son, Kenneth, who spent 18 d.cate that such a crime has actually been committed. The deputy prosecutoV further pointed out the procedure for filing a complaint against someone and having a warrant issued for the arrest of that person. He advised the group also that the individual is always informed of his rights and given time to employ counsel and enter a plea. This being the annual meeting of the club, the nominating committee presented the following slate of officers for the year 1958-59: president, Mrs. Maynard Niequist; vice-president, Mrs.

Joseph Smith; secretary, Mrs Fred Dayton; treasurer, Mrs. Jack Ferguson. The slate was unanimously accepted. The presiding officer, Mrs. Richard Chael, reminded the women that the June meeting is to be a dinner meeting, the exact time place to be announced later.

This will also be guest night. Mrs. Chael also assisted the hostess, Mrs. Dahl, in serving the refreshments. EILEEN'S I freshmen, St.

Mary's college. Mrs. Edward Volk, president, will preside at the business session commencing at 1:15. Entertainment will be fur Napoleon, for Its monthly class meeting Saturday, May 23, at 8 Oo4ht Too of No Extra Chargot months in the armed forces in Germany, showed slides which BEAUTY SHOPPE WEDNESDAY Vivian society. Elk's club rooms, nished by the Polka Tots, direct were taken by him while in the p.

m. Nineteen attended the meeting. Read the V-M Want Ada. 8. service.

ed by Frank Wojasinski, with vocal solos by Mrs. Joseph Kom-iniarek. There will also be var The next meeting will be at MM ied displays of religious articles. .207 Jefferson St CALL 2-2723 For Day or Evening Appointment the home of Mr. and Mrs.

William Ehrhardt, 506 Franklin avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berrier and Bill Berrier were guests. MEETER'S WISCONSIN Sauer Kraut Mrs. John Kroll is the general chairman of the conference.

BG Daily Vacation Bible School Starts Firemen's Auxiliary To Raise Funds At Dance Navy Mothers club 650, Woman's club, 8. Charlea Pratt post 94, American Legion home, 8. Civil Air Fatrol, headquarters, Porter County airport, 7:30. Wesleyan Service Guild. Hotel Lembke, 8:30, Wesley Hall, 7:30.

THURSDAY Elk's, BPOE 500, lodge rooms, 8. Woman's Relief corps, GAR hall, 1:30. Vale of Paradise TOPS club, YMCA, 7:45. Washington township Ladies club,, 12. Happy Circle club, Mrs.

Claude Monday; Jr. Day Camp rmAok us about ou McCOOL. Portage Town ship Volunteer Firemen's auxiliary held a meeting Wednesday Phone 2-7601 For Want Ada Daily Vacation Bible school of the Boone Grove Christian church will convene Monday. pcofiuional cfeonmg service for your corpefs and vpnosrery June 2 and end Friday, June 6. Any child, four years of ace.

night and completed plans for the barn dance to be held June 14. Bob Buchanan from Gary will furnish the music for the square and round dances. He has played here for several years for WITH SWIMSUITS BY PAR-FORM through the eighth grade, will be welcome. The hours are 9 a. m.

to 11:30. Fryar, Wanetah, flower exchange, 1:30. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do flM teeth drop, slip or wobble when you talk, eat, laugh or anrftzp? Don't be annoyed and embarraaied by auch bancllcapa. FASTEETH. an alkaline (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps raise teeth more firmly set.

Olves confident (eel-' lng of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, pejty taste or feeling. Uet FA3TEITU today at any drug counter. There will be a day camn for this group. I 1 1 this group.

MERCURY DRIVE-IN CLEANERS We Pick-up and Deliver 356 Lincolnway Phone 4-3771 the Junior department with Mrs. Walter Coburn and Mrs. Edward Ceramic tiles have long been used in the pottery region of Great Britain as building Marshall in charge. There will be a small registration fee of 50 cents. The hours will be 9 a.

m. to 4 p. m. All children interested are asked to be at the church at 9 a. m.

sharp for transportation to the camping grounds. The camp will conclude with a picnic Saturday to which the parents are invited to attend. HOOVER SWEEPERS Authorized SiU and Strvlce Hvt your Hoovtr irvicd Frtt pick-up and tUllvtry Suddan Strvlc L. A. HAMMERSLEY 1204 Franklin Phon 3-2494 LET'S GO TO THE BEACH AND HAVE A PICNIC Opeo-work opora with open to, mid-high hweL (Similar style in high hl) i 5ummr opera with 'I nylon meth lacework.

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