Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1962 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 14, 1962
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ay Evening, June 14, 198!. Logansporf, Miana "Pharos-Tribune Fivn Father-Son Event Set at Twelve Mile TWELVE MILE - Bethlehem Methodist father-son program will be hekl Sunday evening, June 17 at the church at 7:30 p.m. The - Rev. Ralph Johnson, pastor of the Elwood church, will be the guest speaker. Special music will be presented and Jack Hockey will be master of ceremonies. Refreshments will be served. . Bethlehem Methodist W S C S Wiird party has been, postponed until Tuesday, June 19. There will be no Farm Bureau meeting in June. The ice cream supper will he held in July anc Social leaders will present a play entitled "The Church Supper." Willing Workers Home Demonstration Club will meet Monday evening, June 18 at 8 p.m. Rol call will be vacation plans. Hostesses are Mrs. Donna Carlson anc Mrs. Roger Cress. Home Demonstration Club wil meet Thursday afternoon, June 21 at Memorial Hall at 1:30 p.m Mrs. Laura Kantzer will be devotional leader. Roll call is to describe your wedding dress. Host esses are Mrs, Daniel Dillman Mrs. Howard Hinkle and Mrs. "Reba Young. Community Bible School ended with a program Sunday evening at the High School building. Mrs Jack Hockey was superintendent The school was sponsored by the EUB, Corinth Brethren, Bethlehem Methodist, Skinner Christian, and Hoover Methodist. Corinth Woman's Missionary society met Wednesday evening Mrs. Marvin Dillman gave devo tions. Mrs. Fred Easter gave Bi ble Study "Blessed are the Pun in Heart". The topic was "Thi Call of Christ." The next meeting will be at the church with the los ing side entertaining the winner! of the coin box contest.' Skinner Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon at the church to clean the building. The group is to present Mike Hicharson with a Bible for graduation. A short business session was held. Members showed pictures of their childhood for roll call. E.U.B. Ladies Aid met at the church Thursday afternoon. Miss Rachel Bell was hostess. "Sweet Peace Gift of God's Love" was sung. New officers elected were Mrs. Carl Rudicel, president; Mrs. Dale Skinner, vice president; Mrs. R. S. Brown, secretary; Mrs. Orvill"e Hoover, treasurer; Mrs. Floyd Green, assistant secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Dorothy Wilbur, pianist and Mrs. Orel Swank, chorister. Chapel offerings were .opened with Mrs. Dorothy Wilbur's team losing. They will entertain the winners at the next meeting. Mrs. Fay Mans visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conner. Macy. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conner who are enroute to California to live. Mr. 0. R. Pickering is a patient in Dukes Memorial Hospital, Peru. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Babb and family attended the Brook family reunion at Laketon, Sunday. Claude Kime is improving at Methodist Hospital, Room 123 South, Indianapolis, after foot surgery last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills and family, Lafountaine; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hiner, Wabash were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hopkins. 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