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Thursday Evening June 21, 1985, Mr. And Mrs. Lomnie Woods Rodkey Studio Lonnie Woods and bride, the former Mary. Lou Parks, are residing near Delphi following their marriage June 10 at the Delphi Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edrite Parks, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs, Robert Woods, all of Delphi. The bride is a graduate of the Delphi high school and Indiana University. Her husband attended Indiana University and is a senior at Indiana State college, Terre Haute. 64 Attend Party Marking Friendship Class' 50th Yea'r The Friendship class of the Market street Methodist church observed its • 50th anniversary Wednesday afternoon at the church. Myra Gordon and Belle Haas,who taught the class for 15 years from 1926-41, and 10 charter members, Clara Engle, Margaret Palton, Geneva Messerly, Maude Jones, Bertha Jasorka, Sadie Davis, Rethel Sayger, Lucy Tobey, Iva Evans and Mary Kindig were among those present. The class was organized in 1912 under the German name, "Mchr Leicht," which was changed to its present name in 1915. Mrs. Ed Deck is teacher of the class which is active in all phases of . the church program. The anniversary celebration opened with a worship service given by Geneva Messerly and a Memorial prayer by Ethel Michael. Edna Messersmith, president, conducted a short business session. ' . With Mrs. Maude Jones as historian, reviews and communications were given by all of the past presidents and teachers attending. Miss Charlotte Crain, 88, was given a corsage for being the oldest member present. A duet "The Gray and Gold" was given by Sarah Wirth and Bea Johnson with Nora Kitchell at the piano. The new minister, Rev. Charles Taylor, gave the closing prayer. Cake and .punch were served to 64 persons from a table decorated in a gold motif with gold embossed napkins and place cards. Hostesses in charge were: Mrs. Ethel Michael, Mrs. Hazel Earhart, Mrs. Leona Lennon and Mrs. Mae Bishop. ^ebekahs Stage Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner was featurec Monday evening by Purity Re bekah lodge No. .127 at the'lOOF all in honor of members having )irthdays during the past three months. Ruth Seward, Deputy o )istrict 7, was a special guest Gladys Wolf, 'Ruth Dclaplane and Mae Lantz decorated the ta lies in keeping with the birthdaj heme. Ruth Delaplane baked a cake nscribed with the following names if the birthday celebrants: Bea 3owman, Anna Waite, Oris Rife ilara Summers, Mae Lantz, Susie Otto and Jessie Scott. Each was presented with a gif rom Gladys Wolf, noble grand Slirabeth Spencer and Emma ann were on the entertainmen committee. Following the meal lappy Birthday was sung. The business session was con ducted by Gladys Wolf. Grace littenhouse gave Scripture anc >lans were made to attend Indi ana Day at the IOOF home a jrcensburg on June 24 and to gf .he session of Moriah lodge, Ko como, on Juna 27. Members will hold a picnic on July 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Minnie Burkhart. Anna Waite won > the door prizi and also the prize for the "crazy" lat contest. , The next business meeting wil >e Sept, 3. PLAN RECEPTION The Fulton assembly No. 92, Order of Rainbow for Girls, made plans for a reception in honor of Miss Donna Hauser, who was elected grand representative to Maryland. Ann Scotten, worthy advisor, conducted the. regular session when it was voted to hold the reception for Miss Hauser on July 28 at 2 p.m. Members answered roll call by giving their number of points. H was announced that several girls were planning to attend a reception at South Bend on June '24 for the grand worthy advisor. Reports of the Grand Assembly were given by the mother advisor, CarJene Rentschier, Donna Hauser, Donita Slifer and Ann Scolten. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. William Hartzler Loisann Hartzler and Jean Ann Goodner. LADIES OF GAK Lincoln circle No. 1, Ladies o: the GAR, gathered for a covered- dish picnic meeting at the home of Mabel Jackson on Pottowatlo' mia road. A short business session was conducted by Mrs. Adelia Shaver The door prizes were won by Mrs Shaver and Lora Smith. More than 450 mentally ill chil dren are in Indiana mental insti tutions. For the most part, no separate facilities are provided so the children are necessarily housed with adults. Zealanders Guests At Meeting The Logansport British Wive: club met Tuesday evening at the lome of Mrs. Barbara O'Sullivan Walton, with 13 members and ;uests, Mr. and Mrs. John Car >enter, of New Zealand, attend •ng- During the business session th< secretary read a letter from 1'BPA informing the club of thi death of Mrs. G, K. Kilgour, o England, who was the founder o TBPA. Mary Coiner reported tha a sympathy card was sent to Mr KiJgour., The program was presented b Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter who ar visiting their daughter, Iren Adams, of 1705 George stree city, as one stop on 'a world tour The Carpenters answered que* tions from members on variou subjects pertaining to life in Ne Zealand and the first phase i their trip. Having stopped i Hawaii for a few days, they gav their impressions of the islanc Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter will mak (en stdps, , including England Mediterranean Ports, Bomba; India and Melbourne, Australi on their way around the world be fore arriving in New Zealand nex January. Refreshments including'Engjif sausage rolls baked by the hos ess were served. CENTER AID MEETS The Center Presbyterian Mi; sionary aid society met Wedne day afternoon with Valla Gallc her. Pauline Blacketter, presiden was in charge. • Ida/ Weaver offered devotioi and roll call was answered by '. members with a verse on "f< ther." Maude -Tribbett gave th secretary's report and Ruth M' Gee presented the lesson. Minn Benson closed with prayer an refreshments were served. Logansport, Indians, Pliaros-Tribune Seven Friday and Saturday only ELIEVABLE .. but TRUE FO/T6 R~S 7 Stores Bought a huge quantity of these suites at a special discount and they are passing the savings on to you. 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