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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, July 6, 1957
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Saturday Evening, July 6, 1957. SOCIETY The Sigma Phi Gamma sorority picnic for members and guests will be held at.6:30 o'clock Monday evening at the east end of the pavillion at Dykeman park. Meat and drink will be furnished. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. —>r~— The Women's Fellowship of the Indian Creek church met at the home of Mrs. Florence Koebcke •with Mrs. Myrtle Batty assisting recently. The new president, Mrs. Monta Herd, presided at the meeting. Group singing was followed by devotions by Mrs. Edith Beamer. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Lottie Catron. Roll call was answered with the name of an apostle. A dehumidifer was installed at session ^closed with the Mizpah. During the social hour a prize was won by Ruth LaTourette. The next meeting. is. August 7 at the church and will be a covered dish supper at 6 p.m. . -£The Deer Creek' Home Demonstration club No. 2-met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Helen Ennis, Jr., with the president Mrs. Mary Peters,- reading a poem in opening. "What America' Means to Me" was the title of the poem. Mrs. Hazel Plank led in pledges to the flag preceding a report on the council meeting by Maray Peters. Announcement was made that the state conference will be in September at Columbus Ohio, and Mrs. Veronica Plank gave the his- the church, il was announced, and I lory of tne song o£ the month) plans for further improvements were discussed, It was suggested that a special thank-you department be established to see that notes' of appreciation are sent to donors of gifts to the church and contributors of time and money. Letters from missionaries in India were read and a thank-you note from Hazel Green Academy for the box of items sent by the group. Mrs. Herd gave the lesson, "Forever Needed, Forever Called Upon." Mrs. Ray Keesey won a contest' prize after which refreshments were served to the guests. —fr- Fifty-one children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Krisher and Micheal on Sunday, June 30, to celebrate the 75th birthday of Mrs. Jesse Sutton. A basket dinner was enjoyed by all at noon. Those present were: Mrs. Jess Button, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Krisher and Micheal, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sutton, Milo and Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sutton and Wilda, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Sutton, Norma, Wilma and Helen, Mr. and .Mrs. Pete Sutton, Jimmy, Shirley and Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sutton. and Patty, Mrs. Illie Neff, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coffman, Connie, Sam, Veronica and Dixie, Mr. and "Song of Peace". Mrs. Helen Morgan read the secretary's report preceding roll call answered by .twenty-two members and devotions by Mrs. Bessie Kit- chcll. The lesson on tiling was presented by Mrs. Hazel Plank. Mrs. Georgianna Robinson received the door prize. Thankyou notes were road from Nancy Shanks and Stella Sprinkle Keesey and the meeting closed with the mispah. Refreshments were served by the hostess and her assistant Mrs. Helen 'Morgan. Guests at the meeting were Mas- dames Edith Parks of Michigan, Mrs. Keith Hook, Mrs. Charles Jump, Mrs. William •Seigricst, and Misses Carol Shanks and Judy Hook. Twelve children also attended the meeting. —h- Mrs. Myla Clary was hostess to WSCS members of Zion Methodist church at the Monday afternoon meeting held at the church. "Strangers Within the Gates" was the topic given by Verdie Winn, Molly Clary and Lena Fenton. Gripfjen-McKinley Vows Repeated In Rites At Kokomo , Thelma Crippen, of 80 Eel River avenue, and Harold McKiniey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McKiniey, of Winamac, were married during a double ring ceremony June 29 at the home of the Reverend Nixon in Kokomo. •Betty Hensel and Merrill Lee Crippen, daughter and son of the bride,'both of this city, attended the couple. The bride wore a princess style dress of blue lace with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Her pearl jewelry was a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs, Hensel attended her mother in a yellow dress .with light blue accessories and a corsage of blue carnations. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Hensel, 1821 East Market street, for the immediate families. Following .a twp^week wedding trip to Niagara Falls, the couple will reside at 80 Eel River avenue. The bride is employed at the Gossard company, her husband owns and operates a plumbing shop in Winamac. Noble HD Entertains 4-H Girls, Mothers Noble township HD club' entertained 4-H Girls at a picnic at Riverside park Wednesday afternoon with 74 persons attending. There were 33 4-H girls, 14 guest and 30 HD members present. 4-H mothers present were Betty McDonald, Gladys Nice, Viola Wilburn and Beverly Smith. ' '. Alice Morgan gave prayer pre-' ceding lh« meal. The afternoon BRIDE RITES THIS MORNING Harrington Studio meeting began with a quotation by' MRS. JOHN L. HILTON was Ruth Ide. The 4-H Girls entertained with singing of "Down by the Old Mill Devotions were read by Leila; stream " ancl the club Winn followed by group singing of "I Am Thine. 0 Lord" and "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." Mrs. Edward Sutton and Zenobia.i Mrs. Jessie Clary, president Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vernon and Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Ted'Brandt and DebBie, Mrs. Rachel Rodkey and Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. William Shidcler and. Johnnie, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton Sr and Harold Jr., Larry Hickey, Miss Virginia O'Brien, Mrs. Arvella Brown and Debra Ann. ~fc- The regular meeting of the Wc- men of the Moose was opened by Senior Regent Maxine Brown. The minutes were read and approved. A special dispensation has been requested from Mooseheart to .change meeting nights to Monday effective July 15. That will also be initiation and Officers Chapter Night. Sylvia- Tocco was installed as Argus by the Installing Regent Marjorie Girton. Ruth Gripe was elected to membership in the chapter. The Senior Regent announced the following chairmen for the ensuing yea/: Mooseheart, Mildred McKain; Hospital, Ida Mae Vernon; Moosehaven, Charlotte Hawkins; homemaking, Elaine Gerlach; College of Regents, Lula Weakman; Academy of Friendship, Nellie Smith; Social Service, Nancy Way; Ritual, Gertrude ShecU; Child Care, Jackie Reingardt; Library, Helen Brown; Mooseheart Alumni, Sarah Doran. The endowment fund was collected anU the attendance award went to Dorothy Younkin. —fr- The Daughters of Isabella will hold a business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of C. hall. —&The Ladies aid society of the Broadway EUB church will hold a picnic Monday afternoon at Riverside park at 1 o'clock with a carry, in dinner to be served. All ladies of the church are invited lo attend. conducted the business session during which time announcement was made that the school of Missions would be held July 14th to 19Lh al Battle Ground. Mrs. Wilma Newell, secretary o! supply, read a letter concerning the needs of Korea and Japan. Plans were formulated for the summer social and named on a committee were Katie Herd, chairman, Leila Wir.n, Wilma Newel! and Mabie N-ethcrcutt. The meeting closed with the Mispah. Refreshments were served to 16 members and nine children. Phyllis Herd received the door prixe. —ft- .• Fidelity Chapter No. 58, Order of the Eastern Star, convened in the Masonic Temple Tuesday evening with the chapter opening in regular form with all officers present except for the conductress pro-tern. Regular reports were read with the report of the sick being made by Mary Dunsizcr. Cards were sen! and Ihe charter draped for 30 days in memory of Past Grand Matron of the Indiana Grand Chapter, Rose L! Malcolm. Annoucement was made of the Peace Garden Pilgrimage to be held July 2G'.h to 31st al a town on the border of Canada and the United States with Worthy Matron, Lisle Minnick and treasurer, Ina Lisle Minnick an dLreasurer, Ina Clements all planning to attend. Opal Hume reported on the trip of the Worthy Matron and Patron and Past Patron and herself to Ttrrc Haute Friday where they visited Josephine Rowe, who wil celebrate her 74th birthday July 9lh. All members are asked to send her cards to Box 121, Terre Haute, Indiana. Thank-you notes were read by Helen BarnetC, secrelaary, and announcement made of the Tri- Counly picnic to be held Sunday A. tricycle race and glue and ?um race held for girls and an lour spent riding the merry-go- round. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Pat Ried and Ha Meyer gave the treasurers report preceding the history ot the song of the month, "Song .of Peace" read by Edna Mae Busard.' The president, Mrs. Ruth Ide, made several announcements including tiiat Mrs. Charlotte Tolls would be guest speaker at achievement day and the 4-H dress review would be July 19th. She .also reported on the 4-H fair and read an invitation from Vo. 1 inviting members to their September meeting. A discussion was field on traffic laws and the meeting closed I>AV Auxiliary will meet at the September 8th, al Btrrfinston for club rooms Monday evening at 8 o'clock with "an executive board meeting at 7 o'clock. — tt— Bridge City lodge 254, L. A. lo B. ot R. T., will meet for a regular session Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the IOOF hall. —tf- The 20lh Century class of the Broadway Methodist church will hold ils annual picnic at Riverside Howard, Carroll and Cass Counties. A baskoi dinner will be al 22:30 p.m. in the Legion Home-with al 0. E . S. members invited. The next meeting will be August 6th followed by a called initiation. -&Wallon War Mothers held their] July meeting in the library with] Mrs. Maggie Birnell in charge of the business session. Nolcs of appreciation were read with the M.'spafi. Hostesses for table' and drink arrangements were Jessie and Verna Eikelberner and Fairy Dumrn with those in charge of entertainment being June Eikelberner, Helen Blank and G-enieve Hardy. SOCIAL CALENDAR Saturday 8 p.m.-W, W, M. B, Friendship lodge, YWCA. STATE HOSPITAL EMPLOYES The 15th annual reunion of past and present employes of the Logansport State hospital will be held Sunday, July 14, at the Fairview park pavilion. There will be a carry-in dinner al the noon hour. Those attending are asked lo bring lable service. Coffee, and cold drinks will be furnished. All are invited to come and bring their families. Miss Sharon R. Smith prior to the couple's marriage during a Nuptial High Mass at 9 o'clock this morning at tne St. Joseph Catholic church with the Rt. Reverend ivlon- signor Maurice Foley celebrating the mass and reading the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Smith, of 512 Dizardie street, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hilton, of Brooklyn, New York. The bouquets ot gladioli and pompoms, lighted tapers and palms banked the'main, altar, where the rites were read. . A bouquet of gladioli and mums was presented by the bride at the altar of the Blessed Mother. Mrs. Harold Fosler was organist and accompanied the Men's Choir which sang the mass. "Ave Maria" was sung at the Offertory and "On This Day 0 Beautiful the bride placed Kay Carr, cousin of the bride, of South Bend, was maid ol honor, and best man was Jim Smith, brother ot the bride, of this city. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a waltz- length gown of nylon tulle and imported Chantilly lace-over taffeta, designed with a scalloped Sabrine neckline trimmed with sequins and pearls. The sleeves were short and long lace mitts extended to bridal points over (he hands. The wide nylon tulle skirt featured diamon- shaped inserts of lace. A tiara of pearls secured the circular fingertip veil of pure silk imported illu^ sion. The bride carried a bouquet of pink roses and while pompoms of the bride's parents for 75 guests with a yellow and green color scheme used in the decoration. A four tiered wedding cake topped Honor Bride-Elect Of Ed Costello At Kitchen Shower Miss Sheila Peterson, bride : elect of Ed. Costello, was honored at a kitchen shower Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Ann Grace with Rosemarie Hall and Janet Haley-as co-hostesses. Gifts for the honored guest were placed on a table in a tier effect featuring pink, .white and pale green hues with the top tier being a miniature kitchen arched with miniature pink rosebuds. Outstanding in decorations was a picture of the bride and groom beneath love birds and a small umbrella. Prizes in bridal contests went to Mrs, Judy Gillum, Mrs. Mary Tribelt and Mrs. Tony Jeroski. Duplicate prizes were given Miss Peterson. Refreshments were served with favors being pale green nut baskets tied with a miniature rolling pin and skillets. Each guest brought a favorite recipe and wilh a recipe box, they were presented the guest of honor. At various intervals during the evening a bell chimed signaling the bride lo open a small kitchen article. [ Those served / frozen heavenly delight and Mexican wedding cakes were Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Mrs. Clarence Hipsher, Mrs. Tony Jeroski, Mrs. Ed Burrows, Mrs. Mary Tribett, Mrs. Jenny Forsch, Mrs. Maxine Bennett, Mrs. Judy Gillum, Mrs. Wilbur Zeig, Mrs. Raymond Harris, Mrs. Daisy Van Balen, Miss Lillian Duncan, Miss Barbara 1 Jorgstorf, Mrs. Gladys Moore, Mrs. Margaret Moore, Miss Ruth Lonansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tbrtw WED AT ST. VINCENT'S RECTORY —Harrington Studio HUGH W. HAYES AND BRIDE, ! the former-Judith Ann Lombard!, are shown following their marriage Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the rectory of .the St, Vincent de- Paul church. Kline, Mrs. Genieve Wolf, Mrs. La-i The double ring ceremony united verne Wolf, Mrs. Sarah Webster, Miss Pat Wolf, Mrs. Mary Watson and Mrs. Darwin Parcel. with a miniature bridal couple cen- HD Club Features Review Of Book Lc'rcd the buffet table. Hostesses were Mrs. Don Kuhn. •Mrs. Jay Carr, aunts of the bride, Mrs. Don Clark, Miss Claudia Hoover and Miss Martha Gable. Following a two week wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside in Brooklyn, New York. For traveling the bride selected a yellow and white striped dacron dress with matching accessories. The bride, a 1955 graduate of the local high school, attended-the "Call Me Mother," by Virginia Taylor Klose, was reviewed by the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lombard!, of 1125 Erie avenue', and headpiece matched her gown. The bride's mollicr wore a navy blue dress trimmed with lace with matching accessories while the mother of the bridegroom chose a royal blue dress of rayon with match, ing accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. A reception for 100 guests was held at the home of the bride's parents. The lace covered and flow- thc son of Mr. and Mrs. Hughler-decked serving lable was cen- Hayes, of Jonesville, North Caroli-ltered with a three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bri- Cecelia Royer, of 611 Eleventh street, attended the bride, and best man was Frantz .Whilmirc, of the Bunker Hill Air Force Base. Given in marriage by her father, Mrs. Ed Yeazcl at the Wednesday'.the bride appeared in a white ny- evening meeting of the Progressive HD club, Mrs. Jerry Mylet was hostess to the gro'.ip at the home ol Mrs. Flora McClure, 1705 High street. Following the club creed and pledge to the American flag, the song of the month was given St. Elizabeth hospital School ofi b / Leona Ho!t and devotions-by Nursing for two years. Her hus-j Helen Isaacs. band is a graduate of Manhattan 1 Mrs - Nelle Davcr reported on high school, served throe; years with (he US Marine Corps and attended Purdue University for three years, (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) and All Occasion cards and announcement made that all future meetings will be held at the Legion 'Home. Donations were made to Walton Legion, Stale Velerans Hospital, Fort Bayard Hospital in New Mexico, to be used toward purchasing of bamboo blinds. • Mrs. Alice Deniston and Mrs. Fete Mrs. Doran At Post-Nuptial Shower Mrs. Jeanne S'.ralton, of 824>/ 2 Twenty-fourth street, entertained at a posr-nuptlal shower Tuesday evening in lirjnor of -Mrs. Shirley Freels Doran. A pink and white color scheme was used in '.he decorations with bolls and steamers being used. Games were won by Mrs. Rita Lee, Kay Ellen Lee and Mrs. Peg- her Irip to the Purdue conference, being the club's delegate. , Contest prizes were received by Ion chiffon ballerina-length gown with the fitted bodice trimmed with sequins and pearls. Her fingertip dal couple. Hostesses were Betty Hickman, Rose Mohler and Pasqualine Beecher. For traveling the bride selected a while linen dress with matching accessories and a corsage of red roses.' Following a southern wedding trip, the couple will reside at veil was secured to a satin pill box'1125 Erie avenue. headpiece. She carried a colonial | The bride atlended tlve local high bouquet of. white pompons and red!school and was recently employed A coral colored ballerina-length gown of Chantilly Jace was worn by the bride's attendant. She carried a colonial bouquet, and her kindergarten. His wife is superintendent of 1 -Sakuradal and was an Nell Boyer and Pat Arrone wilh j exchange student at Earlham co!Mrs. Ann Lanning receiving the door prize. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Cora Plank and Mrs. Ann Lanning. Mrs. Rosa Hulbert assisted Mrs. Mylet in entertaining. The next meeting will be a picnic at Spencer park August 7th. Japanese Couple To Speak Sunday A fellowship supper will be held at Ihe Market street Methodist church Sunday evening with special guests to be Rev. and Mrs. gy Corso who presented the prizes Tetsub0 Koba y ashi ot Japan . to Ihe bride. Rnll™in ff the K-.in nVlm Guests were Mrs. Joe Parente, •Mrs. Rila Lee, Mrs. Barbara Miller, Mrs. Rosalee Weiscnberger, Mrs. Margaret Doran, Mrs. Al- with a pink rosary entwined in the; vena Hunter, Mi-s. Valerie Why flowers. Her pearl jewelry .was a | brew, Mrs. Peggy Corso, Mrs. Vcl- " 'da Mayhugh, Miss Kay Ellen Lee, 'Miss Delbres Bushman and Miss Doris Gunter. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Minnie Wright, Mrs, Ruth Slinehiiber and Mrs. Hazel Terrell. Honor Logan were named on the refreshment committee for August. Fifteen members were served refreshments. gift of Ihe bridegroom. Miss Carr atlended in a skirled princess style gown of lav- emlar crystalelte over taffeta fashioned with a V neckline dipping to a V in bacK where a large bow and panels were secured. Her long mitts matched her gown, and her small pillbox headpiece was outlined with pearls and secured a short veil dotted with liny pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of and white carnations. The mother of the bride selected a blue, and white checked suitl wilh white accessories whije the bridegroom's mother chose a white cotton sheath dress with a turquoise flower print and while accessories. Both wore white carnation corsages. A reception was held at the home Following the 6:30 o'clock supper, an illustrated lecture will be given by the couple on Japan with live tongue and his wife translat- lege in 1950. Since late April the couple lias been visiting and speaking in at Maiben's Laundry. Her husband attended the Joncsville high school and is serving will) Ide US- Air Force at the Bunker Hill Base. (Pliaros-Tribuna Engraving) mole relations wilh their counlry. Each family attending is asked to bring sandwiches or a pie and table service. Beverage, potato chips and ice cream will be fur- churches in this-country to P ro-l n 'shcd by the WSCS. ing. Rev. Kobayashi is the associate minister at Sakuradai church of Kyodnn and principal of Sakuradai DR. 0. L. BRAUN Rag. Podiatrist Fool Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North St. UOOANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wednesdays £ Fridays 9 to 4 .PERU OFFICE: ITS West Jfh St. Mon, Tues,, Thi/r.', Sat. 9 to 8 Peru Phone: GRIDIEY 33674 y DIAL 5144 Pleaiant Hill Gre>«nhou«» Love God, Too?" The church bells arc ringing and Jimmy and Jane are all dressed up ready to go. And so is Mother. But not "Pop". He seems to think that "keeping the Lord's Day holy" is all tight for the children. For. Pop himself, though, it is his day of rest..."it even says so in the Bible." Besides, he will insist, of senous sin - Ma "y othcr Ch fis he'"is better than some people who tians nlso P lncc ? rcat "nponancs go to church regularly." on «nf»»«ng participation in Sun- Not all "Pops" arc like this, of day worship. But many think going to church, -while a "nice thing to park Wednesday afternoon at 12:30: rrom the Lh ' e Rht)des familv and o'clock at table 5. Members are M rs siclla Finnr-v asked lo bring a covered dish and a white elephant. Meat and drink will be furnished. —ft- The Onward HD club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock wilh Martha Miller. "New Drugs" ii the lesson Lopic. -£• The Philathea B class of the Baptist Temple met with Millie Watson, 2224 George street, Wednesday evening for the annual picnic attended by 29 members and friends. Following a short business meeting, a -social evening was enjoyed. -•&The Women's Service Guild of the West Broadway Presbyterian church met with Hilda Kalb Wednesday evening wilh Florence Krcigh assisting and with 15 members and two guests enjoying the covered dish dinner. During the business meeting, roll call was answered with a Bible verse containing the word, "liberty." The secretary-treasurer re- were made and the business Mrs. Stella Finney. The District 2 picnic was announced for July 18lh at Royal Center anci reports of the district meeting at Walton and the National Convention at Columbus, Ohio, were made. Mrs. Eldora Chumney gave the report on the; national convention. It was voled to sell Christmas confidential CASH LOANS quickly! Mf pel Open Wednesday Atternoen 2!6 S. Third St., Loganiport 28U SATURDAY and SUNDAY SPECIALS MER-OEL ICE CREAM ORANGE PINEAPPLE FUDGE RIPPLE WATERMELON SHERBET ECONOMY PLASTIC OQ«. ft GALLON O7C MER-DELS MER-DELS OA-. Manic pint. OUC HEY VACATIONERS! SEE US FOR Kodak Film • BfFORE YOU LEAVE Fosf, t-xpcr* finishing, foo Big icleclion of cameras for inopshoti, color slides, moviei BOOKS - BIBLES - DICTIONARIES Money Orders 513 Gait Broadway YEAZELS .At Any Time Open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday- TOO HOT TO COOK? Try WeinancTs Carry Out Service Doz. Jumbo Shrimp . (wi(h ,„„,., $1.60 Fresh Channel Catfish , b $1.25 Whale Pan Fried Chicken (DI , ioinl . rf> $1.50 Whole Spring Broiler C± k .r) A ,', lb $125 All Served with'a Gt>n*roui portion of French Friei HAM SALAD _ Mrh> . 49c BAKED BEANS '. pio , 35c BAKED HAM _ X' b 75c CORNED, BEEF (M1JK « TJ u« D) fc . $1.00 ALL SALADS MADE FRESH DAILY IN OUR OWN KITCHEN KEAN SALAD, MACARONI SALAD, POTATO SALAD pt'39e PHONE 4907 in advarjcs and your order will be ready when you come for it. WEINAND'S LUNCH course. But empty pews in count- j » • , i , , , i u • . do, is not absolutely necessary, less churches bear witness to the /-, • • • . , • . ' • c i •• j t Christian opinion also varies con- numerous fathers... and mothers . f . , , . . . . . ,.„ cermng what -work, and what also...who arc either indifferent . ° . .,. „. , . ... . pleasure, arc perinusib c on The concerning their obligation to wot- i ^, p * ship God, or confused as to how they should do so. • There is confusion, in /acf, even among those who recognize this obligation. Some Christians insist that the Sabbath (Saturday) is the day to be kept holy, as do Orthodox Jews. In this they are following the literal meaning of the Law of Moses and ignoring the practice of the Christian Church from Even though you are not a Catholic... and perhaps never intend to be...it will be inspiring and valuable for you to learn the Catholic teaching and practice concerning The Lord's Day. For these teachings and practice date back to Apostolic times and have their origin in the teaching and example of The Master Himself. • a dear and understand- to t love of the Lord on 320 South Third Phone 4907 .... , , They give a dear and understi Apostolic times, as sanctioned by 1.1 • i i i • • , .*_,.' ' able guide to those who wish jesus i_nrisc manifest their Jove of the Lord Our Lord Himself substituted the New Covenant for the Old, abrogating the law which made the Sabbath observance obligatory. Sunday became The Lord's Day of the Christians even during the lifetime of the Apostles. After . ;~^ i Don't wait for your several centuries, it became a Tl i(C___J child to ask: "But, world-wide law of the Church, " don't you love God, which Christ had authorized to to °\" Wrilc toda l' t<" ' r « pamphlet make laws explaining tlie Scriptural and hlstori- luaKc ia s. a | , ut h or j,y / or observing The Lord'f There is also confusion as to Day a: Catholics have been doing for what constitutes "keeping The nearly 2,000 ycarj... pointing out Lord's Day holy." Catholics, for «h« we must do-what we cannot do . ' ' . ., -if we wish rightly to honor God, For instance, must assist at Mass, or ltec copyi writt t ^j ly- ^ fof p aroph . The Lord's Supper, under penalty Jet No. K&J6. Write Box A-35, c/o Thl« Newspaper or Keliflou* Information Bureau, 4422 Llndcll Blvd., St. Louli I, Ma. Council 561 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Logansporr, Indiana ' LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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