Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1962 · Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Twelve Mile Bible School Scheduled TWELVE MILE - Community Bible School will start Monday, May 28. Classes will be from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. daily except Saturday and Sundays. The school, sponsored by the Bethlehem Methodist, Corinth Brthren, E. U. B,. Skinner Christian and Hoover Methodist churches, will be held at the school building. Children age four through grade six in school are invited to attend. Youth over thai, age are invited to be helpers. Mrs. Jack Hockey is dean of the school. Plan Election The board of directors of Memorial Hall has set Thursday evening, May 31 at 8 p.m. as the hour for election of a. new boa: of directors. The present board has served their two year limit and it is necessary to elect a complete new board. All residents of Adams and Bethlehem townships should attend. Hold. Reunions Local high school alumni association reunion was held Saturday evening at the school with a good attendance. A basket supper was served followed by a "Sing Along With Mitch" program, featuring Clifford Wray as Mitch. New officers electee! were. Bob Adkins, president; Fred Easter, vice* president; Fairy Hopkins, treasurer; Mrs. Lois N Thomson, secretary. Former teachers present were Miss Frankie Rinnaman, teacher in 1920; Mrs. Phyllis Johnson, Mrs. Wilma Husk, Miss Alma Mil; ler. Miss Nancy Louthain traveled tie further with 800 miles and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Earl, Sidney, Ohio, 3l'iO. The 1958 class had the most present with seven members. One hundred and three graduates were registered. They were accompanied by families and Mends. Al• most all the classes including the first class of 1913 were represent ed, Church Notes New officers of the Bethlehem Methodist W. S. C. S. were installed Sunday morning at the morning worahip service 1 . Corinth Church presented Bibles to five high school graduates at ^ a special service Sunday morning! with the Rev. G. B. Hanna in • charge. Receiving Bibles were|i Mary Hanna, Mary Jean Finder, \n Don Louthain of Soutli Caston; | Nancy Wilson, Washington Township and Fred Dillman, Logansport. Corinth Woman's Missionary Society held their mother-daughter meeting at the church Tuesday evening with sixty attending. A miscellaneous program of music, readings and a playlet was enjoyed. Mrs. Larkin Beecher gave devotions appropriate for Mother's Day. During the social hour, contest prizes went to Mrs. Howard Louthain and Mrs. Merrill Grable. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Donna Snell as the oldest mother; Mrs. Oscar Conrad the oldest granddaughter; and Mrs. Tom •Helms, mother of the youngest child. The Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Hanna and Mary attended the Southern district Brethren ministers and wives meeting at Roan with the Rev. and Mrs, Gilmer, Tuesday, Bethlehem Methodist people are starting a project to paint, install new lighting 'and improve their church basement. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown spent the weekend visiting their son, Robert, in Phbughkeapsie, New York. He was injured recently in ar, automobile accident and hospitalized with a head injury. He is improving. Mrs. Clara Hinkle is 'building | S. new home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griest - and family are starling construction of a new home near the site of the one they now occupy. Dick Babb, son of Mr. and Mre. Hollys Babb, is home on leave from the Navy, San , Francisco, California. He is to return by May 27. Ronald Phillips, Fort Knox is home on leave. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Phillips. Mrs. William Rabbins and children are visiting the former's parents and relatives in Virginia. While in the south, they plan to visit her' grandmother and relatives in North Carolina. Claude Kime returned home from Methodist Hospital, Wednesday. Ed Helms is home from Memorial Hospital after a lawn mower accident. Mrs. Flossie Emmons, Indian Michigan and Mrs. Frances , South Bend spent the weekend with Mrs. Edna Welling. Mrs. Ruth .Robbing will spend two weeks at a convention of garment workers at Atlantic City and return June 2. Mrs. Lena Emit and Children, Mrs. J. N. Babb, Donna and David spent Thursday in Indianapolis. Sunday guests of (he Rev. and Mrs. James Rhine and Terry were Sgt. and Mrs. Lanny Smith and Laurie, Sgt. arid Mrs. Martin M-cMekin, Lori, Jjmmie and Danny, Bunker Hill Air Base.. Mrs. Mary Collins, Orland, Indiana is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs, • Rhine. . Mrs. Divola Smith;is home from Memorial Hospital /getting along satisfactorily. William Rabbins arid Dick Johnson attended the antique muzzle loader's national al; Friendship, Indiana. .1 Rummage Sale Friday—8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday until Noon 405 E. Market by Helm St. Church of God Missionaries" FRESH SMELT FRY Camden Community Bldg. 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