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Thursday Evening, June 28, 1962. MacyMYF To Sponsor Annual Social • MACY - The Methodist MYF will sponsor its annual homemade ice cream social on Saturday evening, June 30 at 5:30. It will be held on the south side of the church and in case .of rain, the basement will be used. .Ice cream, sandwiches, soup, pie cake and drinks will be served. All proceeds will go. for the group attending camp at Lake Webster The Macy Community club will sponsor the annual 4th of July celebration at the Ball park. Home-made ice cream, sandwiches, cakes, pies, and drinks will be served, starting at 5:30. Free entertainment wiil be provided and a fire-works display will also be held. Everyone is invited to at. tend. The Intermediate MYF met on Sunday evening for its regular meeting in the parish house. Marsha Delawder led the devotional period. The group discussed,"Conquering Alcohol," led by the Rev. Ronald Harshman. A recreation period followed. Those present were Jane Van Dalsen, Carol Ba ber, Kay Edwards, Patty Roult, Paul Neff, Gary Stahl, Bill Friend and Marsha Delawder. The Senior MYF met in the parish house on Sunday evening. Plans were made for the ice cream social and camp at Ep- worlh Forest. Those attending were Joyce Van Dalsen, Barbara Baber, Lois Fincher, Virginia Fouls, Anita Smith, Jerry Hisey, Richard Basham, Wilbur Siders, Gary Harding, Jim Friend, Linda Easierday, the Rev. Ronald Harshman and two guests. Family night was held at the Methodist church on Sunday evening and the large crowd enjoyed a carry-in dinner. Gifts were presented to the Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Harshman, in gratitude for their past work and future service. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conner and daughter of California visited recently wi'.h Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conner. Conner just recent ]y retired from 20 years active service with the Army. The Macy Mother's club met in the home of Mrs. Harvey Pratt for the June meeting. The assistant hostesses were Mrs. June Harlxler and Mrs. Richard Briggs. It was a Come-as-you-are party and roll call was answered with "What I was doing when I was called". The devotions were given by Mrs. Elmer Miller and the program was conducted by Mrs. Charles Runkle and the committee, Mrs. Lester Carvey, Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Leo Ambler. Those present were Mrs. Herbert Clemans, Mrs. Elmer Conner, Mrs. Donald Dielman, Mrs. Don Hagenbush, Mrs. Byron Harding, Mrs. Harry Hatch, Mrs. Bernard Hurst, Mrs. Blane Hurst, Mrs. Oran Musselman, Mrs, Ruth Quick, Mrs. Howard See, Mrs. W. K. Sennctt, Mrs. H. Weldon Sherrard, Jr., Mrs.. H. F. Smith, Mrs. Lloyd Starner, Mrs. .Harold Townsend, Mrs. Reeves, Mrs. Ronald Harshman, Mrs. Rose Champ, Mrs. Dan Shambarger, Mrs. Harry Karn, Mrs. Lor'en Conner, Mrs. Orbie Bryant and .two guests, Mrs. Kurd Briggs and Mrs. Glen Bartlett. The new officers, Mrs. Harold Townsend, president; Mrs. Richard Briggs, vice-president; Mrs. Paul Miller, Secretary and Mrs. Don Dielman, treasurer, will preside at the September meeting. The Macy Volunteer Fireman's Auxiliary met with Mrs. Paul Whitesal at her Nyona Lake home and Mrs. James Easierday was her assistant. A favorite dish dinner was enjoyed by the group after which a short business meeting followed. Devotions were given .by Mrs. Gerald Shadel and the creed and pledge to the flag was given in unison. Roll call was answered by "Humor in the News". The family picnic will be held at the Peru park on August 19lh at 6:30 p.m. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Glair Coahran on Sept. 18th and a white elephant sale will be held.. Mrs, Gerald Shadel, Mrs. Lessel Halterman and Mrs. Clair Coahran attended the District meeting! ill Gas City on "-ay 27th. Mrs. 1 Gerald Hisey won the special award. Others present were Mrs. Byron Conner, Mrs. Dave Norman, Mrs. William Lawson, Mrs. Kenneth Reed, Mrs. Wallace Vice,' Mrs. Ronald Conner, Mrs. Willis Wideman, Miss Sianna Day and guests Miss Sharon Gibson • and Mrs. Katie Hines. Highway Death By .United Press International Alelia Siry, 74, California, Ky., died Wednesday of injuries suffered in a two-car crash near Lafayette Saturday, raising Indiana's 1962 traffic toll to at least 526 compared with 457 at this •time last year. 6 The Siry woman was riding in a car driven by Harry Henderson, 65, Urbana, Ind., when it collided with a car driven by Dennis Andrews, 17, Romney, Henderson was cited for failing to yield the right of way, police said. Chiefs Election EVANSVI'LLE, Ind. (UPI)—The Indiana Police Chiefs Association wound up its three-day convention here Wednesday with the election of Indianapolis Chief Robert E. Reilly .as president Of the organization. "Chiefs from five other Indiana cities. were elected vice presidents. They were: Richard Stilt, Peru; Michael Zubeck, Whiting; Darwin Covert, Evansville; Woodrow 1 Gilbert, Clarksville, and Paul Clark, Fort Wayne. John L. Heiden, Anderson, was elected secretary, and Asa E. Wil- Bbn, New Albany, treasurer. Read the Want Ads! Hortense Myers Heads Press Women DENVER, Colo. (UPI) - Hortense Myers, Indiana Statehouse reporter and feature writer for United Press International, Wednesday was elected president of .the- National .Federation of Pir.js Women at its convention here. Mrs. Myers, who has been with UPI since the merger of United, Press and International News Service in 1958, will fill the unex- pired two-year term of Mrs. Roberta Martin who resigned, last Wheat Delivery PERU—The year's first crop of, wheat at Bunker Hill has been delivered to the Miami county farm Bureau elevator. } Melvin .1. Bontrager, of rural route l,.look 88.33,, bushels; ; to the elevator at Bennetts Switch, one of five .operated by-, the Coop,' Wednesday. . '•';•• ."'.' April because of illness in the family. Mrs. Ma<rtjn is director of women's : activities.;.for the -Arkafe sa-s 'Democrat, Little Rock. •'-. ' Six Injured in Sewer Gas Blast SOUTH BEN'D, Ind. (UPI)-Six persons, including three policemen and a'lireman, were burned early today in a sewer gas explosion. ' None was believed injured seriously, but .five of the. six were hospitalized. , Authorities:'said Police Lt. Mel-. viri Pasalish was on routine patrol wihe'ri. he noticed' smoke pouring 'ftbm..,tjie manhole coyer when,the .explosion occurred. ' . New Press Club TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UPI)-' More than 75 persons have registered for the charter-membership meeting .Saturday of the newly- formed Wabash- Valley Press Club. Club President Howard Stevens, a columnist for the Terre Haute Tribune, said Wednesday the advance registrations were bigger than expected, He said more than a half-dozisn area communities will send representatives. Tom Andrews, WTHI-TV, is vice president of the club. 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