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Lofwuport, Indiana. PtiaroJ-Tribont SOCIETY Noble township HD club will hold a picnic dinner for the 4-H girls and their mothers at River *ide park Wednesday noon. On the table and drink committee are Jesse and Verna Eikelberner and Fairy Dumm; entertainment, June Eikelberner, Helen Blank and Genevieve Hardy. —-fr— The Women's Service Guild of the West Broadway Presbyterian church will hold a supper Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of HUda Kalb, 1915 George street. Members are asked to take a covered dish and table service. Meat, 'rolls and drink will be furnished. A Bible verse containing the word, "liberty," will be given in answer to roll call. _J r The 14th annual National convention of the Mothers of World War 2 was held in Columbus, Ohio, June 24-27 with 350 delegates and officers representing 14 states present. The Companion Foresters Social club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home o£ Mrs. Eda Rody, 328 West Broadway. Baby Shower Given At Elder Home For Mrs. Jann Flora Mrs. Jann Flora was honored at a pink and blue shower Sunday afternoon at Ihe home of Mrs. Frances Elder, 1322 North Third street. Decorations were all pink and blue including- (he centerpiece, which was a question mark flanked with one pink shoe and one blue shoe. Two games were played with prizes won by Mrs^ Paf.fi Raber and Mrs. Jackie Sum. The door prize was won by Mrs. Lillian Weser. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Jann Flora, Mrs. Mildred Llewellyn, Miss Linda Llewellyn, Mrs. Geneva Cain, Mrs. Beatrice Zell,. ,- ,. , ._. ars, Mrs. Beulah Schwering, Mrs. Attending from dts.nct 2 were Miriam B oardman, Mrs. JoAnne Eldora Cnumney, of Walton, *ho | RosSi Miss Mary Sab atini, Mrs. served as National Page, and El-i Be tty Flora, Mrs. Margaret Flora, sie Boshing, president of Unit 18, Mrs;, Flora Vance, Mrs. Geneva Logansport. Th« 1S58 convention will be held in Philadelphia. .A. Webb Chapel WSCS met recently at the church with group singing opening the meeting. The secretary's report was read, and Mildred Moss gave the treasurer's account. Mary Kay McKaig, president, announced the following committees. Program, Jean Forgey, Belly McKaig, Emma Speicher, Dorothy Heckard, Elizabeth Roller, Mary Garrison, Abbey MeKaig; finance, Gladys Moss, Emma Speicher, Betty McKaig and Charlotte Ide; membership, Gladys Moss, Debra Ide; local church activities, Charlotte Ide, Mildred Moss, Gladys Moss; calling committee, Fairy McDowell, Mrs. Marie Benning, Mrs, Lillian Weser, Mrs. Jackie Sum. Mrs. Patsy Raber, Mrs. Mona Key, Mrs. Joyce Myers, Mrs. Marilyn Muckenfuss, Mrs. Phyllis Key, Mrs. Beverly Brown, Mrs. Marilyn Ferguson, Mrs. Barbara Hiatt, Mrs. Millie Kniesley, Mrs. Frances Smith and Mrs. Ethel So- gale. Guests unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Anna Bishop, Mrs. Eslher Poehlman, Mr/;. Robert Long, Mrs. Marie Michael, Mrs. George Long, Mrs. Helen White, Mrs. Betty Hunter, Mrs. Eileen Long, Mrs. Frances Ross, Mrs. Alice Flora, Mrs. Jean Morrison, Mrs. Helen Kumler, Miss Kay Kumler, Mrs. Mareileen Hurley, Mrs. Roselea Strauch, Mrs. Eslher Hopkins, Miss Tina Win- The double ring ceremony united in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Hammond, of route 1, Rochester, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gates, of route 2, Rochester. Baskets of white gladioli, palms and candelabra banked the altar where the couple was married, Dick Jackson, soloist, was accompanied- by Mrs. Everett Kessler when he sang "0 Promise Me," "Because," and "Always." , Miss Carol Wilson was .maid of onor, and Pat Lowe and Donna Keim were bridesmaids. Junior sridesmaids were Teri and Tina rlammond. All the attendants are Tom Rochester. ™»ss; calling commit ee Fairy ings Mrs . wmle Huntsinger. Mrs. Dunn, Marilanc Moss, Helen Lay-]p at Townsiey, and Mrs. Pal D'- man. .Veil Tribbctt and Harriet Gordon. Andrea. ' The annual school of missions nillmnn- ill bo held ot Battle Crouixl July rv" m , 14-19. The m;xt mee'.ing will he held 'at the church. It was voted io .sludy Japan next fall. Gladys Mass offered the devotions, and Charlotte Ide gave the IcJiS'jn on "Mental Health." The meeting closed with prayer. Hoat- tsses, Charlene ApZelstadt and Rebecca Barr, .served refreshment.'! to 13 members and one guest. The Progressive HD club will meet Wednesday evening at 'A o'clock at the home of Mrs. Flora McClure, 170."> Hi;;h street, with Mr.v. Gerry Mylet as nosk-.is. Ladies Eaglt linoster club met for a social evening Thur/iday at the club rooms with jirhut for i-uclire Ki'rna Wall«, Bertha Uv.lor and I.-illic Mills. firidgc prize-; went to Marie Kiininer, Anne Fries and Dorothy Hi;«kind. Bunco nrize.1 vfe.rn awarded to Kva Wildrlck, Verna Williams and Huth Everling. Door prizex were win by l/r:iula Oieck- man, Stella Hicks, AuguHla Kranl*. Catherine Jtistedt and Jeanettc Bender. The Wornen'B Fcllowjihlp of the Crooked Creek C,'hrl«tlan church meeting VIM heW in th« church parlurii with the vlce-prciildent, Mr«. Jane Kennell, proBlding, .'vlrii. I). H. Graham gave devo- lions erilitleil, "A Wheel Within a Wheel" [irer:edlng group Kinging led by Mary l-'ranecn Harr wilh MIT,, liilleve Try providing piano accompaniment. Olive /Upon Iml In prayer. Th« door prine went lo Kllen r.rolhrnan during Die nodal hour With refre?ihmentji being Kerved by Mary Alice Hardy, Uilln Bagwell and Dorln /iarr. I'lans were made for a picnic In July at the horno of Mary G. lirown. Mary Miller and Krai Me- Corribii will be aanlfltant hoiileiifloif. A progressive .tupper wan held by the Welcome Wagon Lullaby club with aix'.iren merriliem and two guci'ita participating. The evening began with the ap- peli/cr at the home of Klaine Hoi- ill. The group then were served xalad al the home of Krancert ,Shelhart v/bere they '//ere seated al king tablei decorated with while cl'ith.i iin'l fre^h cut bouquet*. The main meal ami dessert WIIH aerved al lh<: home ot Mary Martin at individual tables centered with ro.te bowls. During the iliort bu.ilriciiji rneel- IH;: the president, Mary Martin, callnd the .•session ID order. Itnll call wa.s an-.wered with member* telling "why u vacation l.i necen- »ary". The secretary')) arid treasurer'* report* were read Ijy Delvrux Morgan and Donna l,ou Hinitli. A project lor repleiii.ih.lnii the cluli'a treamiry. wa,i dlnctmed with the committee In charge to lie I<eali Mese, '-Ileanor Bell arid Myrtle Kilchak. Mary Martin read tin! club con- itllulion and new by-law, 1 ), The nest invvUng will be a picnic in July. Nuptials Repeated Mm Judith Dillman and Lynn La Verne Lodison were united, in marriage during a double ring ceremony Friday morning at their home in Rochester with the Reverend Owens of the Talma Christian church officiating. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vera Dillman, of Fulton, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mr.i. LaVerne Lodlion, of Mentone. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cornell, of Fulton, attended the couple. The bride wore a while dacron street-length dress wilh while eyelet and embroidered trim. She completed her ensemble with a large white picture hat and white acc'c.<tsorie.f. ' MM. Cornell attended ln"n rose dacron .itrcel-lenglh dress with a large picture hat ami patent leather aeccKiiorlcn. The blrde attended Fulton blgfi Kchool and the bridegroom, the Talma high school. He ]» employed by the General Telephone company at Bourbon. The couple h mw on a wedding trip la MlMi- iwlppl and Texan. Nancy Butcher And L. J. Scott Engaged Mr, and M.ni. Willard A, Hutch- cr, route 1, (Jalvojiton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Carol, to hurry Juimm Scott, jion of Mr. and Mr*. Odra ScoLl, of route 1, Walton. A wedding dale liu/i not been net. Mlxa Butcher In employed al the Flr.-il National Bank of Kokomo, und her fiance IK engaged In farm- Ing. Doth are lftr.7 graduated of the Igh xcliool. Onward SS Class Hold Picnic Supper Tho Uinnti Bull'lam .Sunday School dun* of [ho Onward Chrln- Linn church held <> wolncr nxi/il anil carry-In mipper at the Itobnrl litiyrnnn jirovn Sunday evening. (ininnn and /tinging were enjoyed following Hie meal. Twenty-Ionr Miemli<;r« mid ten children and tiiujnt/i were jiriinent, Mm, Hull] Wldnor l« clnwi teacher, ATTKNf) CAIVll' Uoxalln Kunko mid lionnle Murphy r<!|)re«iint<!<l LhB youtii of Ihe Murdel Hlmiil Mellitxllitl church nl tho Kpworth Koni.'il Yo-pis-ml-cu camp Juno 2:i-2H. Five WSCS membern of HID church uLlciidiid Lho School of Ml«- ulnnn ulna al KpwnrOi Knri;«l, Thfry were Mr/i. Jack llmiku, Mrs. Hi/yen Itoito, Mr/t. Harry llii/ihbergor, Mm, Hurry Ai'mlnglon «ncl Mr«. Curl Hendryx, SOCIAL CALENDAR Tucnday II p.m.— Fidelity chopLor Ml, OES, Miiiionlc Templt, 2 p.m.— WfiWH, Third »lr(!«t KUH church, fellowship room nl church. NO PICNIC Is cornpleto without that DELICIOUS FRUIT PUNCH ICE CREAM Watts Bros. Ice Cream Co. Ill - 3th Phon» 4304 SHIRLEY ANN HAMMOND BRIDE OF WILLIAM G. GATES AT ROCHESTER The First Baptist church at Re- - chaster was the scene Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock of a wedding when Miss Shirley Ann Hammond pledged her nuptial troth to William Grant Gates with the Reverend M. Richard Mitchell officiating. Mrs. Tom Gillum Guest Of Honor At Pink, Blue Shower Mrs. Tom Gillum was the guest of honor at a surprise stork shower Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Don Jamison with Mrs. Jack Hood, Mrs. Hartley Pierson and Mrs. Harold Jamison assisting. Th'e serving table was covered with lace over blue, and pink tapers in crystal cadelabra flanked the flower centerpiece. Mrs.. Hood served punch and Mrs. Harold Jamison served the cake. Mrs. Gillum opened her gifts from a pink and blue bassinet. Bouquets of summer flowers centered the individual tables. Contests were won by Mrs. Charles Pickett and Mrs. Ralph Jones who presented them to the honored guest. . Invited guests included: Mrs. David Saasaman was best man ^'^^,^^^7: T 8 ^^.*'^^^!! 1 "" 1 '"P. ^s. Raymond Jones, Vs. Cecil Jamison, Miss Esther Deitrich, Mrs. Ralph Jones, Mrs. Frank Pickens, Mrs. Bob Emery and Mrs. Charles Pickett, Loren Wilson, all of Rochester. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a. white floor-length gown of white nylon net and lace over satin, fashioned with a fitted bodice scalloped neckline edged with iridescent sequins and long tapering sleeves. The bouffant skirt was designed with alternate panels of scalloped lace and nylon net ruffles. The fingertip veil of nylon net was secured to a small crown of iridescent sequins and seed pearls. She carried a seed-pearl covered Bible topped with while roses. The maid of honor wore a lilac nylon net over taffeta gown with a violet cumm&rbund, violet lace gloves and picture hat while the bridesmaids appeared in violet nylon not over violet taffeta with lilac cummerbund.';, gloves and haLi. The junior bridesmaids were attired In violet net over lilac taffeta with lilac cummerbunds, glove.? and hats. All Ihe gowns were designed alike with fitted bodices and • bouffant skirls with ?prnys of lilies of the valley and orange blossoms between the don- ile no 1 .. All carried white carna- .Ion bouquets with net to ma'tcli that of their gown«. ^ The mother of the bride wor<? a bei«e lace oyer taffeta dress v/Ith matching accessories and a corsage of yellow roses while the Bridegroom's mother selected a blue locc sheath drwtn with pink accessories and a corsage of pink A reception was held at the church parlors for 150 gucnls fol- owlng the ceremony. A four tiered wedding cake decorated with >ale lavender violets and white c» an topped with a miniature >ridal couple centered the serving .able which wa» covered with a loor-lenglh white «atln nklrt und accented with a lavender clrnpe caught with two-time lavender and purple violet no»cgay«, CryjiLal candelabra finked the jake and the large cry«lal punch wwl and. Irayn ol lavender flower mlnbi were at one end of the table, stewe* were Donniuiu Hall, Bonnie Kced and Joan Afoniach, ill of ilochCHler and Annabcll Lau, of WlnarriHC, Following a flouthorn wedding .rip, the couple will reside Jn an apartment ul lll'/i Kant Ninth firuet, i{ocb(«iter. Tho bride and bridegroom are graduatofl of the Rochiwlur high Hchool. He l« employed hy Ihe ilo- chcxlor Newn Hontlnel. 4-11 MECTlNIi The Willing Workers 4-11 club of .luffiirwin tflwniihlp will meet WwJno'flduy utlornmin nl 1:30 o'clock at the JiiffurHon towniihlp ichool. Members to bring their •(.•cord hookx, BETROTHED 125 Attend Open House For Rochester Couple Wed 50 Years Tuesday Evening, July t, It9f. Reverend Father Richard Kissinger, of Rensselaer, celebrating the Mass and officiating at the rites. Mrs. Hubert Clifford accompanied the children's choir which sang the Mass* and "Ave Maria" at the Mr. and Mrs. Surphes Milliser offertory. Following the Mass, the celebrated their golden wedding I bride placed a bouquet of white SHARON CARNEY AND RONALD HEYSE WED AT NUPTIAL MASS IN DELPHI Miss Sharon Carney became the • bride of Ronald Heyse during a Nuptial High Mass Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the St. Joseph 1 ' Catholic church in Delphi with the AnniverSOrV July 7 -- • -- ••• Albert Stangles To Celebrate Golden anniversary Sunday afternoon at their farm home, west of Rochester. They were married on Sunday, June 30, 1907, in Kewanna. Preceding open house, a family dinner was served at noon to the couple their children and grandchildren, at the home of their son, Hurshel, and family, 1015 Monroe street, Rochester. Those present for the dinner were, the honored guests, their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Lofta Vanatta and daughters, Shirley and Joyce, of Argos; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Milliser, and son, John, •Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Vores, Culver; Mr. and Mrs. James Saltsgiver, Rochester, Mrs. Mil- roses at the altar of the Blessed Mother. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ann Carney, of Delphi, and the late Paul Carney, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. John Prahar, of Chicago. Majestic daisies in white and yellow decorated the candlclighted altar. Given irt marriage by her brother, Jack Carney, the bride appeared in a floor-length gown of Miss Treva Pullen August Bride- Elect Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Pullen, route 1, Walton, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Treva Maye, to Robert H. Hines, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hines, of route l, Sheridan, Indiana. Miss Pullen attended Purdue University where she was a member of the Purdue Symphonic band and Beta Gamma sorority. Her fiance, a 1957 graduate of the Purdue University School of Agriculture, waa a member of Alpha Kela fraternity. The wedding will tako place Sunday afternoon, August 18, at 2:30 o'clock at the Center £UB church at Young America. Reunion Calendar FAIIWJEW VAHK SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Clymcrs Molhodisi Churchr-PaviHon—Noon. -*- IUVEUSIDE TAJIK" MONDAY, JULY 2 — Evcrna Rcuion—Table 5—«:(X) p.m. • THURSDAY, JULY 4 — No Reservation for lhl.1 dale. ' SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Sprinkle Reunion—Tables No. 3 and 10:Noon. SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Stuley Reunion—Tables No. 5 and No. 0— Noon. ~T?r- DY^EMAN PAIIK WEDNESDAY, JULY .1 — Mm. E. L. MiiHon—Wtini end of Pavilion and 2 South tablen. .SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Ilhlnehurl Reunion—Went Puvlllon and '1 South Tufole.1—Noon, -A- HI'ENCKK PARK THURSDAY, JWLY 4 — Wllllnm Llnd—Shelter No. B—B;00 p.m. •SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Hutttoll Reunion—Shelter No. 2—Noon. SUNDAY, JULY 7 — YounR America—1947 Cla««—Shelter No. 4— Noon. .SUNDAY, JULY 7 - SI,, Brill- Kol'n Purl/ill—All of Lower I'nvlllon —Noon. SUNDAY,.JULY 7 - Wllklnnon Reunion—Sliellnr No, I—Noon. SUNDAY. JULY 7 — Kiln family—Shelter No. ii—Noim. Kxtrn Attraction ALICANTE, Spain (UP)—Som IW.OOO pt'i'Hwm who lurned out t wntoh the flrovrortoi opening th clty'n annual fisnUviil not a l> whow Uwn they nurgalncd (n Sunday. A Mky-rockel nut flro to a whurl DumuKo wa» enUmated nl uevoru million pivmUiH. ENGAGED—Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Button, of route 2, Kewanna, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elsie, to Bud Bearss, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bearss, of roule 8, Rochester. A wedding date has not been set. Miss Button is a 1957 graduate of the Fulton high school and is employed at the Sears and Roebuck company in this city. Her fiance, a 1055 graduate of the Rochester high school, is employed by the Dean chester. Milk company at Ro- to 4 o'clock in the the- Pious Chapel Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stangle, well-known residents of the Headlee and Pious Chapel communities, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 1 afternoon at church, located four miles north. and two miles west of Idiville. The couple was married July 10, 1907, in Kokomo, Ind. Nellie G. (Kistler) Stangle was born July 9, 3889 near Royal Center and Mr. Stangle was born Sept. 4, 18S5. near Headlee. Mr. and Mrs. StaiiR- le have spent their married lit* in While and Cass counties. The celebrants have nine living children, Mrs. Calesley Snaw, and Raymond Stangle of Idaville, rural route; Cecil Stangle of Kewan- embroidered Swiss organdy fash-i ', rou( Mrs Kreda stack . US and lace. She carried a cascade ar- lisers sister, Mrs. Rosa Ringer, irangcment of white roses centered son Kenneth, and grandaughter, Miss Ringer, all o[ Orlando, Florida. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Approximately 125 guests were present at the reception. Mrs. Vores was in charge of the guest book, and Mrs. Saltsgiver took charge of the many lovely gifts. The- serving table was centered with a three tiered wedding cake, docoratod, and topped with the numcrals-50. A floral arrangement o;' yeJlow mums and white glads 1 was used on the table, offset by yellow Uipers. Mrs. Dale Milliser, Mrs. Hurshel Milliser and Mrs. Honor Sandra Wilson At Surprise Shower Miss Sandra Wilson was the guest of honor at n surprise bridal shower recently at the -home of Mrs. Helen Shanks with Mrs. Mary Zinn as co-hostess. Miss Wilson will become the bride of Art Hess in a ceremony Saturday evening at 11:30 o'clock at the Market street Methodist church. Contests were played with duplicate prixcs going In Miss Wilson and Mm. Ed Walker, Mrs. Tom HCHS and Mrs. Karen Wilson. Refreshments were served from a table enhanced with the bride- elects' while chosen colors, pink and Invited guests were Misses Sandra Wilson, Karen Wilson, Kathleen and Kay Wooley," Anna Gallmore, Sharon HC.S.S, Betty Maple, Diana Dlcl'/.c, Cindy and Nancy Shanks and also MeHClames lOd Walker, Marjorle Lurlmore, Sadie HCHS, Dorothy Wooley, Pauline Gulimore. June Pursch, Alice Mm'Hh, Corky Hess, Beverly Hess and Mary Zlim. In Inheritance Tax Totals $6,998.22 Inheritance tax collection!! Cam county for the xeconrl quarter of the year totaled #1,1)1)11.22, H wan reported Tuesduy by County TreuKiii'cr Clarence SoUlemyre. This In lcn« than half the $14,225.14 In Inheritance tnx collected during the some riimrler lust your and IH ulno below the .f 11,07:1,21 colliicliiil In tho flr.it quarter of thin your. Personal Mrs, Smile Powers, roulo 1, Lu- corne, IIHX relumed from u two- week visit ill. the home of her non, 1,'Vod, ul. Ciimilltiin, Ky. She wn.H nccompnnled • to her Malm hnnie presided at the serving Vanatta table. Mrs. Milliser was presented with a bouquet of yellow roses and also a corsage of yellow mums, by her sons, Dale and Hurshel. Another daughter, Mrs. Ray Sutherland and family of Indianapolis, were unahlu to be present, due to the severe storm and high water at their home. with an amazon lily. Mrs. Edwin Hcyse, of Chicago, matron of honor, was atlired in a similar gown of light blue Uille over taffeta and carried a cascade bouquet. William Russo, of Chicago, was best man, and ushers were John Morris and Charles Wood, bolh of Chicago. The mother of the bride chose a dress of mauve luce with pink accessories and a corsage of amazon lilies. Tire bridegroom's mother selected a blue organdy dre,i.5 with matching accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Following the ceremony, a breakfast was served at the Delphi Country club for the bridal party and out-of-town guests. The bride is n graduate of the Delphi high school and the School Fund Transfer Is Approved The ordinance for additional appropriations, which failed to pass last week's special council meeting was approved ut the regular July session Monday night. One member was absent. Since the money wns available in other funds, the transfer/I were considered by clt officials to be merely bookkeeping IrnntmeLlons. The move to transfer if 13,01)0 from Lho parking muters fund to the street department to pay for a new street sweeper wus the big item under discussion. Members of the South Side 1m- pravomwit a.wcitilloii appenral before the council to request u new dredging of Goose Creek nnd betterment of Fulrvlew park. The alno objected to the "frog pond" licHldii Clinton street, UN a mosquito breeder. Stangle of Lafayette, Mrs. Betty Stotler and Leroy Stnngle oi Monticello. A son, Forest Stangle, passed away in July, 1936. The Stangles have 24 grandchildren und five great grandchildren. A cooperative dinner will be held at 12 o'clock sharp in tli<V basement of the church for relatives and close friends. No invitations are being mailed but all relatives and friends nn> cordially invited to attend tho open house. 25-Year Pins To Be Given Twenty-two members of Tipton ilodge No. 3.'i. F. and A. M.. will .receive 25-year membership pins he Alpha Delta 1'i sorority. |" ""; *?"' Is also a member of Tri Knp- ll ™.. 5- ofte" ^iplia TdirVi" soronly> l "« «»«»»< *™* al ™« «•'»• She Is also a member of Tri Kap pa at Delphi. She has (might at the Rensselaer junior high and high school during Ihe past year. Her husband was graduated from Harper high school, Chicago, nnd attended Purdue's School ol Electrical Engineering, He received n degree from the American Television School In Chicago. Ik- Is associated with the Kellogg. Switch- hoard company in CliicMgn, The couple will reside In Chicago. Those who arc eligible for the nwfirds are: Bruce D. Buchanan, inoni'Rc F. Berkshire. Clarence Ci. |Dial, Waller W. KnsfieUI, John W. Evans, Richard Grnf, .lohn 13. Gipson, Elmer F. Hill. Charles T. Hnrvcy, William E. Laymen, corgi) A. Lovoll. Waller S. McCnll, Raymond C. McPhcrson, Lisle E. Minnick, Michael R, O'lirinn, Samuel A. Propsl, (Icorgi 1 H. Keener, Joseph Holroff. Fred E. Smith, Harry «. Vernon, Waller F. Ludders, anil h'red 11. Moore. Members of Iho lodge will convene nt "1 ii.ii). Thursday for their traditional fourth of .Inly degree work. They will confer lh« Master Masons degree on a candidate, anil Ibe bri'/ilifa.il will follow, willi 0- wen Shanlcmi, master of the lodge presiding, A quartet of Ihe Society for the Delay Walk Repair Again Another delriy In Ihe. downtown sldewnik ivp/ilr proxnun was nn- Llclpaloil Tiiesdny by cily officials. 'Shortage of c'oinnnl, becnu.si! of a n/ition-wldc slrlke In I ho Industry, wns glvitn as the reii/am IhnliPrfscrviilion nml ICiirotiriigpmcnt contractor Ucnii Mii.wnhnui] will he forced to ball. Hie project Rnln previtMiKly onuscd .s days delay in Hie tiiilowalk reno-l vaflun In/il week. Jl. Wlia iidillled (Mil Ilifil. M(iK.iol- innn will cinnpliMe Hint purl of tlii^ north Hide of llroadwny bel.W(;en of Unrlior Shop yniirlcl In before cull- and Fifth slrocl ing a halt. .SLATKI) KOH HI' Harry A. Culler, 4(1, of 4(10 How- by her Carolyn, WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE DENIM LEISURE JEANS HANDSOMELY STYLED-For ovnry leliur* occasion. Finn quality Denim and fluararit*ed wanhabls. • KOOMY POCKETS • tONOAVEARINO FABRIC • PULL CUT 1 .88 COTTON CRINKLE SPREADS 88 kUcil for »urnm«r tiomvi or butigalov/i, thli 4f»r»*{d It wfjirmM* and com«i In fait colon of roi»/ tiluw, grKnn," Sin SlxtOJ, 1 WBO MORENO ONtYI. 42 IN. JPRhNO MILIS PILLOW TUBING levuly mow whlt» flnl c|Uullly lyp- 128 M Inch pillow lulilnn 0UX. oil you nwnU.ot ilil> low |i>k«, ' 44c YAHD WED. MORNING ONLY 20x40 TERRY BATH TOWELS t)*mjti!ul, tt#t orator eolorwd tow*U at u low/ low prtw. Col* or/ul itrlpvi and lul- Id colon. 28c wlio will «p«nd lw« week/* In tlio T'owoiw homo, Fisherbucks Attend Baptist Conference Mr. and Mm. W. A. IVlnliftrbiick. of the local Baptist Temple nru'anl Ntreel, wa:i arre.slcil by eily nttendlng the conference ol Ihe Amcricnn lluptlnt ABiiombly, C!i'c:en Lake, Win., thin wuok. FlHherbiick In prunldenl of bnl.li the Lognn«port llnpUxL AHHOI;|;I- Llon Mcii'a council and Lhe LiiKiinii- poi'L HnptlKL Tiimple Mun'n cuiincll. Each morning workshop K;'"U|>« nru dlHuii»»lng the five cmph.'i»ci< In Iho Lay Development prognim eun'onlly umlarwny In Amurfcan LASTS AU YEAR-IN SNAPSHOTS! Good pictures won't wait! Be ruady with plenty of KODAK FILM We. have all types, all .iiz<:.i MovU — KodacoJor — Kodachrom* — Polaroid Bring Us Your Rolls of Film You'll gat Iho Finnit, Qulckait Flnlihlng of your Snap»hot» with Iho High Quality Work don« In our own Plant. Ado Qukkeit S«rvlc« on Movln and Color Slid* Film.. QUICK FILM SERVICE 324 Eait •roadway Phon. 4444 police for .spiH'dlng tfi miles pur liiinr In » IllMiilln wino nn llur- llnxton iivenui^ lielweeii Mildred and Tlplcin .sl.ri'els. Amcrii.'ii will prnvlik! cnli'i'liiliiniont. nl I he hum and cj^u lininkfnst. Hurl Dnivl) Is H<MICTIII cluiirnian: CInriMiw. S(Mlli'inyiv Is chiiiminn of ',hf- kl(c'h(rn Knrl (I'IHIR- luff, dlnliiK room; mill ItoKcr 1'iirk- Sd'VcMiKoit Irt <>hiiiiii ACXJIIA, CIiiuiii (UP)-A(II.Tl E. Kli.-VfiiMin nrrivixl here Siiiiilny for n two-day visit i-n ixind- hinnc from nn Alck'/in tour. fiw <ln.v« here weeks . which h<> wnriMMl Ihi.t now lor- <'<Hinlry lilKII llH'C.SlllK'IVl. MORNING SURPRISE! WORK OR PLAY COTTON POPLIN I 1 .84 BRIEFS 3 for $2 No-gap fly froiV. Hunt militant •lank. Si/»t 30 to 36, Th* torn* fit, th« MUTW •turdy fabric ut*d li P«nn*y'» r*gul«ir ium- m*r work panli, n*w at •pedal tavlngtl Smifor- ixed, vat-dyad, fully mnchine wnih»b)«. P«iflTID LUNCH CLOTHS 77c Guarantaod waihaliln . . . 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