The Daily Telegram from Adrian, Michigan on May 6, 1960 · Page 3
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ADRIAN DAILY TELEGRAM, ADRIAN, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1960 THREE "Migrant Work" was the theme of the meeting of the W.S.W.S. of the Evangelical United Brethren church Tuesday evening in the church. Mrs. Herbert Foote conducted the devotions using as her theme "Homes With Little Towers" using the eighth Psalm fol- BLISSFIELD Miss Phyllis Robertson, Correspondent ' NEW MEMBERS JOIN ST. PETER'S SODALITY In an impressive ceremony Wednesday evening seven women were received into the Sodality of Our Lady of St. Peter's Catholic church. They were Mrs. Wil- lowed by prayer. Mrs. Verle Halliliam Wisney, Mrs. A. Roy Reau, presenter! the program and show- Mrs. Jack Cannon, Mrs. Larry Hoffman, Mrs. Ted Delzeith, Mrs. ed the film ''Rolling Stones." Mrs. James Nixon. Lenawee County chairman of Migrant Work; told about the work and said there •would be tour staff workers for migrant iriiiistr;. to be located in Blissjeld during August. Refreshments were served after the meeting by Mrs. John Colyer, Mrs. Elmer Miller and Mrs. Fred Pohley. Thornton Stratton and Mrs. Eskill Englund. Each one was presented with a corsage of white flowers. A sextet from the junior girls choir sang hymns for the ceremony and the benediction. After a short business meeting refreshments were served from a table centered with a madonna, spring flowers and blue candles. lideniy it's Spring!,. aird time for (Lily of the Valley) by , w.« j Dusting Powder. 1.75 Toilet Water, 1.50 Also available: NewMist,2.00;Talc/Toitet(Vater, 1.75; Shin Perfume/Toilet Water, 2.25; Perfume Purser, 1,50; Creamy Skin Perfume, 1.50; Talc, 1.00; Toilet Water with atomizer, 2.75. Prices pit" "* HARD & BAILEY DRUG CO. Adrian "Your Rexall Store" 143 S. Main "Jesus, the Light of the World' was the topic of the meeting o) the Wellsville W.S.C.S. held Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Donald Abling of Clayton. The worship service was conducted by Mrs. Lester Isley. The program was presented by Mrs. Earl Isley. Both were held around a worship center which had one white candle surrounded by colored candles. Mrs. Lester Isley lighted the white candle. These candles signified the light that shines ali around the world. Mrs. Gus Abling told the story "Better to Light One Candle," the story of two brothers Charles and David Hembrick. Mrs. Elwyn Isley read "The Philadelphia Story," the story of a deaconess home. Burin? the business meeting plans were made to serve a co-opera- * , , tive congregational dinner Sun-[ /YtlOrnC y day, June 5, at the time of the! -~. quarterly conference. Dr. La- vJH vern Fitch, district superintendent, will be present and conduct the business meeting at 3 p.m. This dinner will take the place of the regular June family night. RELISTS FOR 6 YEARS Marine Corporal Frederick J. Rost admires the re-enlistment bonus check being presented by Lt. Col. A. B. Atkinson at the Marine Recruiting Station in Chicago. Rost, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Le Moyne Eost of 412 Jipson Street, Bljssfield, re-enlisted for another^ six years as a Leatherneck. Looking on is Mrs. Rost, the former Carol Richardson. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll 0. Richardson, formerly lived in Algonac. Rost, a graduate of Blissfield high school, joined the Marine Corps in 1954. He has been on recruiting duty in Chicago since February 1958. Dav A. B. O'Mara gave a talk on Law Day U. S. A. at the luncheon meeting of the Rotary club Wed, nesday noon. Mr. O'Mara, who A letter was read by Mrs. Gusjwas introduced by Dr. Charles Abling telling of the work of theJH. Bradstrum, gave the origin of overseas orphan program which'laws and followed their develop- the society participates in. . ment to the present day. The week of May 1 to 8 is Law Week. - 17 ,Dr. Bradstrum presided at the \\Onien! meeting in the absence of both the jpresi'cnt Harold Kerbawy and iVTpptmcr I the vice president William Mc- .YlCCUllg powell. Guests at the meeting Mrs. Clifford Winkleman pro-! were Rotarians Lewis Hall, Har- scnted the program at the meet-; old Marquis, Joseph Hirons, Paul ing of the Woman's Missionary I Rainier and Ben Bagrow of Adri- 0-:-... _ f ^ „_.,,._ r- , : -i aQ and Harold stapleton, Carl M. Clifford, Robert Adams, Ray Loftus and Eli Jokinen of Sylvania. Society of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church Thursday afternoon in Luther House. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Raymond Butts. A Mother's Day poem was read by Mrs. Otto' Brieschke. A portion of the book of St. Mark was given by Mrs. A. J. Lucht, Mrs. Lloyd Jcntoft and Mrs. Robert Delker. During the business meeting plans were made to hold a shower of miscellaneous articles for the Orphans Home in Toledo at the next meeting. Plans were also made to attend the Tri- River group convention Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran church in Dundee. A life membership in the Woman's Missionary Federation Attending the 85th annual convention of the second district o: Michigan W. C.' T. U. in Erie Tuesday all day and evening in the Erie Evangelical Unitec Brethren church were Mrs. Parker Tagsold, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cornfoot, Mrs. Ira Eisenmann Mrs. Fred H. Iffland, Mrs. Harlan Wilt, Miss Doris Stoner, Mrs. DeArle Porter, Mrs. Ezra Neuroth, Mrs. Elmer Porter, Mrs Estel Jacob, Mrs. Floyd Stutzman and Mrs. Albert Havens. Attending the evening session were Miss Vada Luke, Mrs. Alfred Price, Mrs. Glenn Mason and Mrs. Milo Staup. During the business meeting Mrs. Tagsold was re-elected president of the group. Mrs. Ezra Neuroth was elected corresponding secretary. The principal speaker was the state vice president Mrs. C. W. Van Arsdalen of Hillsdale. A White Ribbon Recruit service was conducted at the meeting of the Zion W.C.T.U. in the home of Mrs. Elton Trumbuil. 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Available in 50 Ib. plastic lined bags . . . treats 5 acres of corn land over-all or 15 acres with band treatment. 'Trademark ul Tte DM CHamtcai Uompany Keller's Supply & Service Morenci, Michigan Lay, i school. It is: 7th Grade Ronald Gentz. Larry Alcock, Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Mills. The. John Gurica, Charlene Nieman, white ribbon was tied on each Jerry Nine. Ronald Savers. Shirloy Brenke, Karen DeGroff, Charles DeRousie, Margaret Hamilton, Cynthia Krause, Wil- of the children by Mrs. Jacob. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Lester Klump and "Precious Jewels" was sung by the group. Readings were given by Mrs. Wilfred Porter. Mrs. Clair Tosch and Mrs. Albert Havens. During the business meeting it was voted to send money to be used toward a booth at' the Michigan State Fair where pictures on alcohol education will be shown. It was decided to be a Light Line Union this year, and also to again send money to the radio temperance program. Highlights of the liam Langdon. Janeile Leader, Thomas Muck, Sandra Ondro- v;ck, Jane Rodesiler, Mary Ann Rost. Kathleen Schmitz, Terry Dvorsky, Cathy Bourdette, Sharon French, Connie Goetz, Louise Gust, Sharon Jackson, John Mraz, Peggy Stutzman, Sharon Wahl and Eddie Reiser. 8th Grade Douglas Jackson, Charles Clark, Mary Lou Goll, Kenneth Isley, Norris Isley, Dick Million, second district'convention held in Dianne Neyrinck, Jerry Ricker, Erie on Tuesday were given by | Carol Ann^eager,__MU« Joung, the delegates. The meeting closed repeating the W.C.T.U. pledge. Refreshments were served by the hostess.' IT TASTES Jeanne Yurnikl. Susan Rathbun, Colleen Tietz, Lynette Bierman, Judy Fojtik, Bruce Gentz, Margaret Hood, Keith Knapp, Monty Love, Becky Staup, Terry Brown, Kathy Cory, Judy DeLoach, Suzette Fetzer, Bill Kuchenmeister, Vickey Maloney, Dennis Roat, Sandra Rouget, Andrea Saxton, Terry Schneider, Sue Schwyn, Richard Strayer and Cheryl Tuckerman. T COSTS! OUNCES » OF PREMIUM QO'Ai.! T Y BEES CIRCLE TO MEET The Mary Martha Circle of the Evangelical United Brethren church will meet Tuesday at 2 p. m. with Mrs. Glenn Hall. MINISTErTsCHEDULED The Rev. Jack Harrison of East Lansing will preach Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock service in the Presbyterian church. IRA COS Running the point of an ordinary lead pencil back and forth along the center of a sticking zipper sometimes works wonders. The graphite in the pencil lead is a fine lubricant. Blow away the residue of powdered graphite. • LOOKING FOR A MOTHER'S DAY PRESENT? FOR A QUICK ANSWER VISIT OUR GIFT SHOP. Beck & Egan FURNITURE 138 N. Main Adrian BURNER BLOWS UP An oil space heater at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George HOLD FISH FRY __ The members of the SemperTi- delis class of the Methodist Sun- Talhammer at 241 South Monroe jay school enjoyed a fish fry Wed' Street blew up Thursday at 7:32j nest jay evening in Wesley Hall of p. m. showering the living room with soot, department The Biissfield fire answered the call. the church. Mrs. Parker Tagsold showed her pictures of the South Sea Islands. During the short bus- .iness meeting new officers were partment arrived. Damage was!elected. They are president, Lies- confined to soot in the room. 'lie Daniels; vice president, Mrs. It was under control when the de- H. J. Hoenig; treasurer, Mri. Cui Knapp and secretary, Mrs. Leslim Knoblauch. SCOTT CORPS MEETING Scott Corps 54 of the Woman* Relief Corps will hold its regular meeting Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. at the Odd Fellow Temple. Initiation of members will be held. 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