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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 15, 1957
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Crusaders class of the Ninth Street Christian church met with Mrs. Arthur Amos, route 2, Thursday afternoon with 17 members allending. Mrs. Pearl Rice assisted her mother as co-hostess. Mrs. Ursula Beickman, president, opened the meeting with prayer and salutes of the flags, Miss Susie Otto, secretary, called the roll and read the minutes of the May meeting. Cards were sent to sick members and plans were formulated for an indoor picnic in July. Election of officers was held with the same officers being renamed to head the ciub. Prizes were awarded winners In contests and a door prize was given. Following the meeting a socia! hour was held with a light luncheon of chicken sandwich, potato chips, and relishes being served. -#Women of St. Paul Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Derena Spitznogle with 15 members and two children present. Mrs. Bertha Burk was leader of the lesson and was assisted by club members in her topic; "Do People Starve for Books." The thank offering and missionary collections were taken preceding Mrs. Buck reading a chapter from the book concerning Southeast Asia. The Missionary benediction was read and Bible verses containing the word "water" were given by members in answer to roll call. Mrs. Hulda Vernon read a report of the last meeting of the missionary society and the group voted to send two boys of Osterlien Home to the Lutherwald Camp for one week. The regular aid society meeting was held with Mrs. Mildred Lamb 1-30 p.m. in Spencer park. Mrs. Jessie Callender told members of a chicken barbeque given Twelve Mile by the fair board June 29th at the Community Building. Safety hints were given by Mrs. Hazel Bassler on 'driving. She stated that the best driving rule to follow was "use common sense" and she also gave a demonstration on the shape of road signs and their meaning. Mrs. Alice Young spoke on first aid for automobile accidents and Mrs. Juanita Hatch gave the les : son on new medicines stating reading the meeting. report of the last Plans were made to hold a birthday supper honoring those having birthdays in April, May and June on June 30th in the church basement. Named on the committee in charge wore Opal Morgan, Doris Condon, Mrs. Jennie Mehaffie, chairman, Mr.s. Grace Nicodemus, and Mrs. Derena Spitznogle. The meeting closed by Mrs. Burk reading the Japanese version of the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Spitznogle was assisted by Hulda Vernon in serving strawberry shortcake to those attending. -4- Betly Gotshall was hostess to the Washington township Circle 3 Home Demonstration club Wednesday evening. The president Charlotte Robertson, opened the meeting wilh the Home Economics creed. Evc'.yn Benoit gave the lesson on quick and easy meals staling that meals should be planned a week in advance, keep emergency shelf of foods, prepare several d<:.s.scrls at .one time, use home mixes and to soak and rinse pots nnd pans immediately after use. Two lists were distributed giving a week's menu for time savi meals and warm weather meals. Members told of their pet peeve in answer to roll call and a check •was made and reported that all members took the safety check for their cars. Mary Margaret Muehlhausen gave a traffic safety quiz and plans were made for a picnic ii July. ' Roberta Bowyer gave Ihe history of the .song of the month and a report was given by Charlotte Robertson on Ihe conference she attended at Purdue. Wilma Fiedler, closing the mooting with devotions, used as her theme "Dealing With Family Conflicts." Refreshments were served by the hostess and her cohoste.ss, Ruth Cifford, to the 15 members attending. Marjorie Spall received Ihe door prize. VFW Auxiliary meeting was held Tuesday evening in the club rooms "do take medicine as prescribed." Mrs. Dessie Cappel won the door prize. Refreshments of strawberry shortcake and ice tea were served by Mrs. Henrietta Pear, Mrs. Laura Simpson and Mrs. Lucille Pear. The Club collect was read in opening the Jefferson township Home Demonstration club" No. 2 el.ing held T at Lake Cicot-t. Mrs. Grace Kesser, of Jefferson club No. 1, introduced the speaker, Dr. Maschmeyer who spoke on new drugs in regard-to menial health telling how to take the medicine and the effects. A question and answer period followed. Hilda Gray gave the history of the song of , the month," Tell Me Why," which was sung by the group with Mrs. Kesser accompanying on the piano. Pledge to the flag and roll call preceded Ihe devotions by Mary Alice Hardy. Mrs. Kesser reported on ihe Summer Conference and also announced that the- local chorus could be heard over WBBA. Announcement was also made thai the Deer Creek No. 2 club would be hostess to the gr,oup July 7lh. Margaret Gibson gave a talk on the Royal Center fair and named hobbies that members could MR. AND MRS. RONALD GARBER 47th ANNUAL MEET OF DISTRICT WAR MOTHERS HELD AT WALTON An installation of officers and the naming of committee chair- RONALD rings belonged to her great-grand- Mrs. Cecil Nicoles spoke on the plans for a trip to Chicago and Jean Forgey reported on the community building. The meeting closed with the club creed. Mrs. Sally VanSickle received the door prize. On the committee in charge ot the meeting were Miriam Searighl, Irene Hurley, Vera Soaright .and Gertie Giffin. BRIDE, the former Miss Linda mother. The bride carried a white Lou Cook, are residing at route 2,! Bible topped with pink roses. Walton, following their marriage! Nylon ballerina-length gowns Sunday afternoon, June 2, at the ] were worn by the bride's attend- Walton Methodist church with the! ants. The maid of honor wore lav- Reverend Thomas Swantner read- ----•— ---' '--' ---"- ing tiie double ring ceremony. . The bride is the daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. George Cook, of route 2, bearer, yellow. Walton, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Garber, also of route 2, Walton, Candelabra, palms and flowers banked the altar. David Dimwoody was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Burnell Williamson at the organ. Miss Patty. Logan, of Walton, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids 'wore the Misses Myrna Shirley, Carolyn Pir.kston and Rebecca Cook, sislcr of the bride, all of Walton. Miss Shirley Kay Prough, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer, and Miss Jonie Brown flower girl. Both are from Walton. Clayton Myers, cousin of the men highlighted the 47th annual district meeting of Mothers of World War 2, District No. 2, Thrusday.at Walton with Walton unit 28 as host. State recording secretary, Irene Rice, Kokomo, and .Gladys Bowyer, state second vice-president, attended the meeting- along with 72 other mothers. Luncinda Julian, district president, conducted the session. The following officers were installed: Fern Batty of Star City Unit 129 as second vice-president; chaplain, Celesta Albert, Onward Patricia Sneathen, Fred Clem Wed In Candlelight Rites DELPHI — The Cutler Presbyterian church was the scene of a wedding at 8:30 o'clock Saturday evening when Miss Patricia Darlene Sneathen and Frederick Charles Clem repeated their nuptial vows in a candlelight ceremony read by the Reverend Edward Morrisi The double ring rites united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John -ft- Thc.W. E. club of Fulton met with Mrs. Bonnie Huhl recently with members telling their favorite past-time in answer to roll call. A hanky exchange was held and hostess gifts opened by Bonnie Huhl and Catherine Ressler. The entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Anne Zartman. Twenty-one was played with prizes awarded to Pat Eycheson, Marie Leave!!, Vera Bruce, Marie Ditmiro arid Dolores Hudkins. Bctto Cameron won the door prize. Refreshments were served. The; next moclicg will be held with Mr.s, Anne Xartman. A. Second Honorary Mothers study club enjoyed a luncheon at the Honeywell Memorial, Wahash, Monday afi-oniuon. Cards wore th(;n enjoyed witli prizes «»ing to Mrs. Jack Saadi, Mr.s. R. B. Bailey, Mr.s. Mclvin Oeunsfeldcr, Mrs. Carl nillman, Mrs. Lynn O'Neill and Mrs. Karl Nowcomb. A short • business meeting was conducted, and Mrs. Saudi was chosen sponsor of the group. The July meeting will be a luncheon at the Culver cottage of Mrs. Clarence Boohe-r. -A- The Business and Professional Women's club met Wednesday evening fit Hie city building with the National Security committee in chai'ge. Initiation was conducted. The gtiost speaker was Captain Lional Hiliman S-l of the 1st Battalion ztKlrd Division of the National bridegroom, of Waba.ih, was best i man, and ushers were Alvin Prough and James Kaufman, both of Walton. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a full- length gown of nylon lace over taffeta fashioned along princess lines with long sleeves and a sweetheart neckline. Her fingertip veil was of nylon, and her ear-i of Walton Unit 28; song leader, Stella Fouts of Deer Creek Unit 96; parliamentarian, Gladys Bowyer, Onward Unit 131: color bearers, Opal Berger of Knox Unit 148 and Gladys Shultz of Rochester Unit 32; color guards, Helen Howe of Knox 148 and Florence Weaver of Galveston Unit 16ti.' Installation was in charge of the following officers: Louise Hardin as installing officer; Flossie Ault as Chaplain; Dora Whetsone as secretary; Benaldine Rhody, sgt.-at-arms; color bearers, Jennie Renkenberger and Gladys Jump, and color guards, Elizabeth Harnash and Ida Bechol. Lunch was served at the noon hour by the hostess group and an auction sale was hold by the district. The afternoon session began at 1:30 p.m. with entertainment by the Cub Scout boys, an accordion solo by Jean Brown and a vocal solo by Anna Winters. It was decided by the group to ender and carried yellow roses; send $50.00 to the State project the bridesmaids wore blue; the. and for the district project $25.00 flower-girl, white; and the ringi to the Veterans hospital, and $10.00 Unit 13l'- Musician Marie Kaiser! Sneathen, of Delphi, and the son nf Walton Unit. 28: sonff leader, of Mr. aund Mrs. Fred Clem, of to the veterans housing. National Convention call was read to be held in Columbus, Ohio, The mother of the bride chose a green sheath dress topped'With a duster and accented with beige I a' Ibe Hotel Disher-Hilton June accessories. The bridegroom's'24 to 27. mother selected a brown and beige' ""-'" Rochester Unit 'received the al- silk dress with a beige duster and I tendance award, brown and beige accessories. Both! The president appointed the fol- wore corsages of yellow roses. lowing chairmen: rehabilitation, A pink and while color scheme; 11 *™! Hall of Knox; Americanism, was used in the reception dccora-lElma Roger of Rochester; Unit lions. Three tiered wedding coke 1 Activities, Edith Camp of Akron; and punch were served to J00 : Community Service, Dorothy Beas- guests in the church basement by ley of Mono'n; Child Welfare, Ethel Mrs. James Kaufman, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Phyllis Richeson, Miss Rosalea Grant and Miss Jane Mays. The couple departed on a wedding trip through the southern slates and Gatlandburg, Tennessee. The bride and bridegroom are 1!)57 graduates of the Tipfon township high school. He is engaged in farming. A guest at the wedding was the great-grandmother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Bertha Clevcnger, of North Manchester. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) The Best Ever class of the Broad-lvA/.-, [4-,-,_ way Methodist church will meet VV(JI "~"' Monday evening at 7:3(1- o'clock al the home of Mrs: H. E, Ahlficld, 401 Easl Main street. •with Kobin Myers, president, in j ( ; u , ir( |' ni n mun wr , K introduced by I Mrs. Leah June (Jaumer, chairmnn made In attend | ()f t)]0 N ., t j ( , na | Security commit< ;IH ' ! ' m , p ~ilce. He spoke on the duties and June Jli purposes n f the National Guard. Bea Mcllwain, club president, charge. Plans were the .Will Annual VFW menl al French Lick through 2.1. Reports given were; Margaret lent; Vir- Eel lownship HD club No. 2 will mcel Tuesday aflernoon al 2 o'clock at the YWCA. Roll call will be answered with "my wedding dale." A guest speaker will give a talk on new drugs, -ft- L'Angullle- chapter of the Na- lional Secretaries Association will meet Monday evening at II o'clock al Ihe board of works room, city building. Fidelity chapter No. 511, ORS, will hold a called meeting Tuesday evening al U o'clock al Ihe Masonic Temple at which time initiation will be held. Special honor will be paid past secretaries, treasurers, chaplains and organists. All are invited to allend. —ft— The Home and Hobby 111) club will meet Monday evening ul 7:30 o'clock al the home of Mrs. Grace '.Smith, nil Tanguy street. Roll call will bo answered with a secret ambition. Olive Umbarger and Virginia Swart/.ell will assist. -ft- ' St. Veronica study club of SI. Joseph church will hold the annual picnic and election of officers Wednesday norm at Riverside park. In case of rain, the event will be at the home of Mrs. Marie Kumler, l.'Hi Wesl. Miami avenue. .A, M St. Hose of Lima study club of! St. Joseph church closed its year the Kuby Rliody, sick li.sl. Virginia Corcoran received door prize. Named to Ihe refreshment committee for the -lime 25th meeting •were Ada Umhargor, Hi(rbara Ilwiry, Ella Homey and Ruby Higgle. Mr.s. Alice Young tort In pledge to Ihe flag in opening the Clay township Home Demonstration club 'meeting held • Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Hazel Bass- Icr. Mrs. Margaret Moore led in dinging of Ihe song of the month, "Tell Me Why", which was sung by the group. They also sang "Carry Me Hack to OF Virginia." Members told when nnd where conducted the business meeting, : lined. I New committee chairmen for Iho coming year were appointed as follows: Virginia Spencer, finance chairman; Ethel Thorn, international relations; Georgia Olson, public affairs'; Folicilas Rose, career advancement; Margaret Klein, public relations; Alice Haulcy, membership; Mary Coughill, health and safely; Hazel Dickson, national security; Zelpha Grafmillor, scrap book; Dorothy Henderson, flowers and gifls; Evelyn Sommers, nine Cross insurance, and On 25th Anniversary Open house was held for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erny at their new home in Walton in honor of their 25lh wedding anniversary Tuesday, Guests were served from table centered wilh floral arrangement of while roses, gladiolas, and delphiniums flanked with Iwo-Uercd anniversary cake and fruit punch. Mr. and Mrs. Erny have a son, Keith, who is in France wilh his Wagner of Menlone; V. H. service, Fern Kline of Monon; Legislative, Mary Galbralh of Star City; Music, Stella Fouls of Deer Creek; Membership, Myrtle Davis of Mentone; publicity and awards, Hazel Campbell of Logansporl; Ritual, Culler. While flowers banked the allar which was lighled by tall tapers. Mrs. Lesla Housenfluck, organisl, played bridal airs and Ihe Ira- ditional march and recessional. The bride, given in marriage by her falher, chose a ballerina- Jenglh gown of lace and nylon wilh a filled lace sleeveless bodice and bouffant'nylon skirt. She wore a white hat and a corsage of pink rosebuds. '. Mrs. Ronald Long, of Delphi, matron of honor, wore a pink taffeta ballerina-length gown with a corsage of white roses. Mr. Long served as best man. Jack and David Clem, brothers of the bridegroom, served as ushers. The conple greeted their guests at a reception in the social rooms of the church following the ceremony. The tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom was served wilh fruit punch from an attractive bride's table. Mrs. Clem was graduated from the Delphi high school in the class of 1957, and her husband was a graduate of lhe_ Cutler high school in 1056. He is employed at Ihe Kroger Store here. The couple is now at home in the Bea Hunt apartments on North Indiana Street. New Drug Topic Of Talk Before HD Club A talk on new drugs by Dr. Frank Hogle of the Logansporl. Stale hospital was featured at Iho Thursday evening nice-ling of the Pollawattomi-e home demonstration club at the home of Josephine Til-ley. President Catherine Summers Madge Dulchess of Galveston; poinsetlia. Cecelia Miller of Winamac; Veteran Aid Seals, Flora Hale of Royal Center; Civil Defense, Eldora Chummoy, Walton; Ways and Means, Esther Fenster- makcr of Akron, Myrtle Berkshire of Star Cily, May Caldwell of Deer Creek, Kiln Crocket of Deer Creek and Ruth Carney, of Onward. Plans were made to have a picnic at Ihe Royal Cenlcr park in August. The next District meeting will be in Monon in September. The mceling closed wilh Ihe repealing of the Mothers Creed and prayer by Iho Chaplain. 'I opened Ihe sc.ssion witli the pledge. Crash Causes $500 Damage Damage eslimalcd at $r>00 wns family .serving in the (J. S. Army caused "when two vehicles side- and will return to the States in .swiped on the overhead bridge five July. • miles wesl of Logansport on U. S. They are also the proprietors of;highway 24 at 1:45 a.m. Saturday. Ihe Lincoln Elevator at Lincoln,; Harold Blackkeller, -1(1, of roule Ind. Invited guests were Mr. and Mr.s. Pcle Krny; Mr. and 'Mrs. Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Eniy (i, city, driver of a 11)57 model station wagon, pleaded guill.y in the local iuslice court to charges Hud Krny and family of Wailon;!,,[ operating n motor vehicle while Mr. and^Mrs. Leo Krny of Jorljnndur y.e influence of intoxicating liquor and leaving Iho scene of a property damage accident, filed by Stale Trooper Larry Wagen- knccht. He was fined 525 and costs and his right to drive was suspended a year on Ihe first charge and he was fined $10 and costs and his of Denver, Colo.; Mr. Mr.s. John Small and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Plank and son; Mr.s. Marleni: Kcmloy and son; Mr. and Mrs. Bink Laymon and family; Rev. and Mrs. Kinnci' and family; Mr. and Mr.s. Bud Roull, and family all of Walton. Also Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Grogg and Mrs. Fred C'oblonlz of I.agro; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Coblcnt/. and Miss Hazel Day of Roann; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Foreman and Mr. and Mrs. John Cox of Lafayellc. Hostesses were Mr.s. Marleno Remley, Mrs. Jonn Plank and Mrs. Charlenu Jones. Hoy Found ,Slal" INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Hflberl Ernest, III, was found dead with the annual outing at Spencer I in the bedroom of his home today ' park Wednesday evening when ton members enjoyed n steak fry and covered dish dinner. Amelia Green and Bernadine Frellingcr were co-chairmen of the event. Following life meal, Catherine Corlie, retiring president, conducted a short business meeting. Vicky Duffoy, new-elected president, talked on plans for Iho coming year. The September meeting will be wilh Mrs. Frances Conkle. —A- Marriage licenses were issued yesterday by county clerk, Elizabeth Bicker, lo Jimmie D. Stan- Calhcrine McQuaid, legislation. ! i ey O f South Bend and Sue Announcement was made (hat'Carolyn Jones of Franklin, Ind.; the BPW club is sponsoring a tea I Keith Halfon Young and Barbara for high school girl graduates of Ihe local high school as well as the county school Wednesday, June 2li, they were married in answer to i at the YWCA ill. [I p.m. roll call and "Living Just for To-i Seven new members were Inllial- day" was Ihe title of • devotions presented by Mrs. Alice Young. Mrs. Mabel Mcllralh gave the secretary's report in the ab- scencc of the secretary, Mrs. Narda Valdez, Thank-you notes were read from Mrs. Valdez, Mrs. Maude Fis.scl and Mrs. Mabel Mcllralh, nml it was announced that the club would entertain the Peppy Pcwpers 4-H club July llth at od Into the club wtih candlelight service, with Alice Handley, membership chairman in charge. New members Initiated wore: Edith Ayres, Fern Brown, Madge Hipsher, Ethel Stafford, JV/rma Shine, Harriet Perkins, and also Miss Patricia Wolf, who was chosen to receive the Merit award presented lo the outstanding girl of tha Commercial class of the 1957 graduating class. Jay Shaffer, both of Burnells- ville; Joseph Lee Sprinkle of Rt. 2, Walton and Linda Lou Wikel of Young America; Richard E. Berg of Ft. Wayne and Patsy Ann Morocco, city. ft The Dorcas Circle of the Lucerne Christian church met Wed- just after his father, Robert, A question and answer period followed Dr. Hogle's talk. Guests were Dr. J-Iojfle, Mr. Sally Sconely gave the secre lary's report and Mary Raber, treasurer's, preceding the business session during which time ihe group voted to visit the Miami club in July. Roll call was answered with "What: 1 might have been." Games were played wilh prizes being won by Lillian Auker, Nevada Bair. Guests were Dr. Hogle, Mr Darby, Lillian Auker and Baker. Refreshments were served by the hostess and her co-hostess, Betty Sline. The next meeting will be held at the home of Nevada Hair. Culver Charles L. I-laney has announced plans for his retirement. He i.s pastor of the E.U.B. church here. At the annual Northwest Indiana Conference of the Methodist church held last week in Lafayette, the Rev. Sands was reas signed to Ihe. Culver church for another year. The Shively Specially Shop has been purchased by Al and Ellen Poppe, of Granger, Indiana. The Wide Awake class of the Methodist church will meet with Mr.s. Ben Oberlin on June 20. Mr, and Mrs- James Kowalch are Ihe parents of a daughter, Saturday Evening, June 15, BRIDE Smith Photo MISS NAOMI RUTH MUTERSPAUGH will become the bride ot Robert Leslie Appleman during a ceremony this evening at 7 o'clock at the Ml. Zion Wesleyan Methodist church at BIoomfieM. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Pearl Mulerspaugh, of route 1, Bloomfieid, Indiana, and the bridegroom is the son of Rev. and Mrs- Glenn Appleman, of Rochester. The father of the bridegroom will officiate at the riles. Joan Kller, pianist, of Bloumficld, will accompany the soloist, Pauline LoelTlor, Logansport teacher. Mrs. Sonia Wolfe, sister of the bride, of Marion, will attend as matron of honor, and Valleria Gail llendricks, niece of the bridegroom, of Lafayette, will be flower girl. Lighting tapers will be Jackie Mulerspaugh, brother of the bride, of Bloomfieid, and Susan Swanson, niece of the bridegroom, Of Lafayette. Glenn Applemun, Jr., will attend his brother as best man, and ushers will be Robert Swanson and Lcs'.ie llendricks, brothers- in-law o£ the bridegroom, of Lafayette. The bride, to be given in marriage by her uncle, Paul Wolfe, of WorlJiinglor., Indiana, will appear in a'floor length gown of while lace over taffeta. The filled bodice features a scalloped neckline and long tapering sleeves terminating in bridal points over the hands. The bouffant lace skirt is styled wilh a scalloped panel in front, lopping an accordion plenled skirl of lie:.. She will have n finger-tip veil of nylon tulle .secured to a headpiece Pharos-Tribune Engraving dotted with rhinestones. Her bouquet will be a cascade arrangement of while carnations. The matron of honor will wear a pale green taffeta frock, floor length,,with a matching headpiece and white gloves. Her cascade bouquet will be of pink carnations. The flower girl will be attired in a pink nylon dress wilh a matching headpiece and wear while gloves. She will carry a basket of petals. Susan Swanson will have a yellow organdy ballerina length frock. A rust summer .suit with a corsage of yellow carnations will be worn by Ihe bride's moLlKT and the mother of the groom will ai- lend in a navy crepe clre.ss with white trim and wear a pink carnation corsage. Following the wedding ceremony a lawn reception will be held at the home of Uie bride. Approximately one hundred and twcny- five Kuo.st.« will be served a four tiered wedding cake and olln'r refreshments by Mr.s. George Kllor, Mr.s. Wendell Davis, and Mrs. Robert Swanson. Following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, Ihe couple will o.stah- Itsh residence' at 10U Sunset Ur:ve, Rochester, Indiana. For (heir trip Ihe brid<> will change into a two-piece suit dress of dacron sh.-mluiiK with while accessories and a corsage of while carnations. Tile bride i.s a graduate of Marion College, Marion, Indiana and is a U?achi>r. Her husband, attended Now Casllp busini's.s college and i.s accounting .supervisor for Ilio Public Service Company, lioche.sler. Indiana. right to drive was suspended sixj born June II al Plymouth, months on the secoitl charge. | Mr. and Mrs. Roibcrl Baker He was headed wesl and William, are the parents of a daughter, Andrews, .'IS, of Forl Wayne, was enroulc east in a 1DS3 model coach when the accident occurred, caus- Tina Marie, born at South Bend on June 10^ The Golden Rule class of the ing an estimated $250 damage to! E.U.B-. church met with Mrs. the left .side of each vehicle. Vern Jones, a special deputy sheriff, who joined Wagenknechl and Trooper John Taylor in a search for the station wagon after Ihe accident, found BlackkelLcr asleep in his damaged vehicle on a county road n half mile from the scene of the crash at 2;4!> a.m. heard a shot. Authorises .said hc : "e notified Trooper Wagenhnccht. may imve shot himself after his •automobile figured in a minor accident with a parked car. Morphet, her subject being eerily." "True Hearted, Whole Hearted," was sung led by Opal English wilh Lottie Foul./ accompanying. The committee for the annual garden purty to he held Tuesday, July !>lh, were named as follows': Florence Small, chairman, Sybil Clark, Alia Mae Bur- Ion, Helen J-Iarvoy and Frieda Cress. Also, the Commiltee for the annual October missionary bazaar was named wilh Essie Herd as chairman assisted by Birdie Hall, Meleuvu Rudolph., Edna Brandt and Daisy Clary. The meeting closed with the repealing of liie Ml/.pnh. Mary Michael led contests wilh prizes going to Florence Small, Jean Morphel, Mary Backus- and nesday afternoon in Die church: Mary K, Webber. Daisy Clary basement with Belly Marshall j won the door prize. and Hildrelh Mall as hostesses. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mary Backus, and the secretary's report given by Mary K. Webber. Devotions were led by Jean July hostesses ETfic Harrison and Lottie Foulz wilh Lucille Morphel in charge of entertainment and Mildred Hall in charge of Devotions. Edna Brandt will have communion. Drop Local Charge Against Heftinger Since Wilby Hetlinger is now serving n four-year .sentence in Ihe Mississippi .stale penitentiary, Prosecutor George Babcock has filed a motion for the dismissal of the charge of cnlcrlnjj to corn-mil a felony which is pending against him in the local circuit court, A former inmate of Ihe Forl i Ira Faulkner Thursday evening. About 100 members and wives of the Alwood, Indiana Lion's Club enjoyed a dinner parly ul the Don-Marie restaurant Monday evening. Louis Lislenbcrger wns released Wednesday from the South Bend Osleopalhic hospital. He is recuperating from an operation for appendicitis. Twenty-two members and three guests of the Home I'Jconomics club met at the home of Mrs. Demonstration Contests Set June 19, 26 Two <I-II demonstration contests will be conducted in Class county during Ihe next two weeks, according to Miss Klhel Nice, home demonstration agent.. A general contest, Miss Nice .said, will begin at !) a.m. next Wednesday at the Washington township school and will be divided into senior ami junior divisions. The senior, contest for girls H years or older will permit an unlimited number from each club. The junior contest, for girls under M years has a limit of two from eacli club. Mrs. Blanch 1 Lnrrisou i.s the registrar for the senior contest, and Mrs. Gertrude lleckard will preside. Assistants will be Barbara Hoss and Sonya Parker. Mrs, Geneva Hollingsworlh i.s the judge. Gail Thompson is the registrar for the junior event and Jean Forgey will preside. Judging will be conducted by Beulah 1'ullcn, Cora Whitney Kline on Friday. Assist-1 SI. Amand, and Wilma Moss. Asing hostesses were Mrs. Paul Wynn and Mrs- Wayne Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lislenberger were in South Bend Tuesday. Mrs. Lenoru Hawkins and Mrs. Lollie Doddlcson were in Knox Thursday. Mrs, Maude Kolcr and her Wayne state school for the feeble daughter, Lena, of minded, HeUinger wax alleged to! were visiting Mrs, have broken into Ihe Stony Pike, Thursday, meat market. near Alia Knox, Olsen He faced three charges of breaking and entering nnd a charge of auto llieft ir. Alabama before he was sentenced in Jackson county on out! of the breaking and enler- Mrs. Liu Aley, Mrs. Gladys Baker and Mrs, Irvin Overmeyer are allending a church conference near Syracuse. Mrs. Bculah Wuerlhncr and her daughter, Phyllis, spenl last Sun- ing charges, according to the Jack-i day in Ft. Wayne. son county sheriff. He also i.s wanted in Alabama for breaking and entering. A GENTLEMEN'S AGREEMENT JACKSON, Miss. (UP)—A baseball game between the Wlnona and Jackson American Legion teams ended Friday at the top of the fifth inning when the managers agreed it'was no contest. Jackson was ahead 29-0. Mrs- Lulu Melton and granddaughters are on a trip through Florida. Mrs. George Speyor spent last Sunday in South Bend with M,r. and Mrs. Henry Speyer and their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Lislen- berger nnd daughters were in Indianapolis recently. Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Hawkins spent two days in Indianapolis.' slslanls will be junior leaders from KHTATI': No. I.IIIIHI JVOTICK TO in-'.iiis, <:iti-:m'roiis. KTC. 'In Ilii! nnil!<-r 1.1 lh«i I'Hlntn or Kliilisr !•'. olnoii, IniiTiiKi'il In I. rii.in Clrriilt Court April Twin liir,7. NUTII'I-: IS IIKIIICIir GIVI'JN, Time lii-Mi-Klii 11. ulniin n« itilmln- iHLrulrlx of tin' i-Mnld of Klnirr if. Ulifon i]<:c'iii.Hi'tl, hiif ln-cm-nlcil tinil rlliMl her jir<T,inil ami vont-li- IM-H In irinul niMlh'iiiunl of Hi.lil l*HlMl>>, Illlrl tllll! I Ml- Millie will (•omit un for Ihi* i!Xnmln;i I Ion of Kiild CM-IM:!!. c'onrl. on the I day (if July, l!ir.7, ul which lin nil hnlrii, cTi'illlorii or li<uiiiu<<» ,,r anil all |i«!r*omi Inli'ruxlcil In H niitiiU* nr>' riMiulriMl to apin-.-ir In Hlllt! f'nlll'l. flllll H|)O\V Clllll'l-, If any thi'i-ii ho, why *nlil uucoi anil viuiclicrfi Hhoulil not ho Hp- jii-nvi-il, nml lot nil ln-li-H, )<-K:I|I and otlHM- III-I-KDIIH Inti'i-MHliMl np- nnar ami nmkn proof of th ' holrithlii or claim ty any part of ttald ii*lati«. ClttllKirA M. OLSON j\ilinlnl»tr:M rlx of lhi> Knl:ili' of Klmnr K Ol min, Dnri.iiKi.il. •vm'.VKHH my liiuiit iiml (lie Heal of milil Ooiirl, at 1^11*1* Oi>un- ly, Indiana, thin Htli day of Juno, JIID7. KMy.AHJOTU HIKKICK Clerk <:am< I'lrcull Cuurl 11/MlOr.I) .1. miKHTY, ]!ariiHH omen HiiiMinK IwdKaiiHport, liullanu. AHornuy tor Kutat* Harrison. Deer Creek, and Jackson townships. The .special conJcst. beninninj: al 1 a.m. on June 2ii, Miss Nice said, will also he hold a I: Ihe W.-ishing- on lownship school and i.s for sen- ors only (H or oldi'r). Special demonstrations may bo u any of these classes: cherry pic. inking, dairy foods, i-aw or frozen vegetables, baking, use of canncil vegetables, and home economics eleclric. Rita Iloclson is (he registrar, Beulah Pillion will preside and Mr.s. IloHinnsworlh will ;ig,-iin serve as judge. Assisting nVjn»n- slralors will he junior leaders from Washington lownship. CJU1TE A KKAT LAKELAND, Fin. (U!')~r>o|j c » today sough! a woman wi;h big feel. Shoe salesman K. H. Kr.skine reported Friday someone stole six pairs of women's shoes, each worth $2.1, from his parked car, He .suid all six pairs were sine lii's. . .Vi.llc.-i- In li,.ri.li.v Klvi<ii Hi,, Ilix l pay.-™ ,,r T ...... n Township |, H ||_ Mini, that n,,. p,.,,p,.,. ,,.,..,! ,, r , . I'lTII of Hllld luwilnlllll ill „ l.p,,,.|,,l „,] ..... .,„,„ „. .,. ; lll;;Il .«,.1,,,,,1 I,, „,, ,1 " ::l " "''• ..... '< I' . , In iniuM i In- I'xtniordlmiry <,, m ,r- Kcn.-y i-slniiiiK m ilil» time. A. 'I r;i niifi-r from tin,-, p- propilnlcd i 1 , nidi- i-,.,,.| v - t'U from Tri'iiniin-r ,,< MnlliM HIiili-K iitnli-r p,ih- lli- law N,,. H7-I lo Kp.-i-- liil .School Knini .No. i) NflV ItllllllllIKH Illlit < ! ,f."'""'» .............. J3310.00 n. '/raiiMf.-r from No. 23 - Triiiixportiiilon of Oil]- dn-ii ..... ici No. 11— New ItnlldliMrh uml lironiiilH — In Kpi'i-lnl s.-hnol Knn, | . Jdui.on Tin, ahovi fninla art' all aviill- Hlilu nl IhlK tlmi- fol- iruiiHfitr anil no a'!dlllmi:i| liiinln will hi- ,-,.- ijiilri-il. Tnxiinycm iLiiiioiirlntr at nurh nii.-i*1li)^ Mhnl] hnvi< a rU-hi to hi: hi'iird tliitrruii. Tin- iuMltlolm] np- tirniirhilloii an finally iiimli, \vl)i IM, amoiniitirally n-f i-rn-il to thn Hlllli! Ilimrcl of Tax l.'oninilnnli,ii- (.-rn, wlilch lloaril \vlll hold u further hi'lil-lliK within firtm-l: day* at the County Auditor'!, ulTK-e of Ca*H County, l.'idlana, or lit KIK-II olhi-r pliu-i, UN may hi- rti'MHrnuti-d. At Niirh heariiiK, tuxiiHyerii ohji-rl- tilK t" miy "* iturli aijilltji/mi} ;ip- nroprlii tlonii may ho heard nntl in!nr<'Mte<l taxpayer* may liii]iilrn of Ihu County Auditor n-hen and WlUTO Klicll JlwirlllK. Will he heM. 1IK1IIIKKT CHANT. THUSTEK • OI.KNN T.. MIWL.15U, AU'jrnwy 1C1J

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