Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 22, 1948 · Page 4
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 22, 1948
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field Hanson. Miss Caywood Is this week at tie Chicago Tues. Evening, June 22, 1948, Rochester \ Fred and Charles Letter spent Merchandise Mart Sunday with relatives in Huntington. £elieve/t orAbt/ Mr. and Mrs. Hugh I>lman and son Billy, Fort Wayne, spent the an - . wee k end here with Mrs Faye Ray Myers was elected prest- j ^, , * dent of the Rochester College re- ! jj"" 1 ^ Mr3 Paul Martinkovac, union held Sunday In the .Navajo; 0 '„ Ohi0j and Mrs . Martin- room of the Colonial Hotel. Mrs. ; kovac - 8 motner , Mrs. Eunice Cop- A. B. Shore is thd nsw secretary- j [pu 1(j([ Tuesday on a two weeks' treasurer. It was voted to hold | ,.' a( .' allolt t , lp ln Wisconsin. the reunion next year on the third | _ Sunday of June, the place to be j Kaw/anna announced later. Among those i IXCWdliim who spoke at the reunion Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith o^ •were Mrs. Lucile Leonard, this i South Bend are here for a visit city, who graduated with the first | o f several days with relatives. l<Jr! AT U,S,PRESIPENT V/A5 OKCE A FOOTBALL COflCH? class in 18'JK; Estil Cast, banker and contractor of Warsaw who graduated In ISM; Floyd Neif, Fort Wayne, Charles Lucas, Cul Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Shoemaker and family, ot Lafayette, spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Shoemaker. On Sun i< oft Wayne, L.i»,*jif» *.JU*-M"', v«. mi». *^. -•*• bj>.".-«.. ----- — - ver. Otto Babock, Waterman. 111., day they all went to Lajja Wawa- 11 E Conn, Fulton, Talmage Dil- j B0 e to spend the day wJui Dr. and Ion Valparaiso, 0. M. Miller, Mar- ; Mrs. W. A. Shoemaker. ionVuItz and Hugh McMahan, Ro- i Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dwyer and Chester. Approximately DO attended the reunion. Jesse Tom- biiugh Is the retiring president. daughter, Margaret, were Sunday dinner guests in the Michael Dwyer home at Burrows. Miss ii . ^,,,,,. ------- — - Judgi> Kline D. Reed In circuit ! Catherine Dwyer and Harold court, Monday, granted Charles £-. Herder, of Louisville, Ky., spent Kohhins, as executor of the estate j Thursday and Friday with Mr. and ot his sister the late Mrs. Eldora i Mrs. P. J. Dwyer. pyle authority to sell the property ; Charles Quackenbush. of Chl- at t!ie southwest sector of Frank- ; C ago, spent the weekend In the lln avenue and East Ninth street j Q. P. Miller home. to Cyrrs H Robbins. The con- j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pinley. of sideration was $10.000. ! Mies, Mid.., wore recent guests A number of Rochester people ; O f Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Zuck. Mr. . attended the Cole Bros, circus in : alu i Mrs. Zuck spent Saturday In South Bend, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. i Lafayette with her mother, Mrs. A. Zack Terrell, owners of the • A |ta Nichols. circus, were overnight guests j Mr, and Mrs. S. J. Krablll, ot CARRIE & CLARENCE KE55LER-A6E570/WD73 A\ilwaukee,Wisc- BUILT 5 HOMES IN ! a year In payment of fees. Vaughn MoHTOe Band | Carroll county schools will re-, . |J 0 ,| Pparh lung "" iceive $22.900 from the special S3.-! At 10631 DCaCn JUNC ! 000,000 state allocation of cigaret' i tax funds announced by Governor | Ealph F. Gates today. j The special allocation is design- 1 ed for building and equipment re! pair in an effort, to relieve local, ! conditions* resulting from the ter- I riffle postwar strain on the school i system, the Governor said. i 'The first allocation of $11.430 I will be received August 1. A sec-, j ond payment in the same amount I | will be" made next January- | j Calveston Mrs. Lydla Stafford entertained the Young America club Friday ] afternoon. Mrs. Pearl Ault was ! winner of a contest and Mrs. Ida ; Saylor received the | prize. Others present were Mes 'j' en ga ge inent at Ideal Beach Re ! dames Pearl Harlan, Flossie Ault. i sor " t /shafer Laks, on-Thursday, Yoder and Emma Down- | June 24th. Considered America's 8AILEV-Lisbon,H«i Himpjtm-e HOLDS 5 HONORABLE DISCHARGES UNITED STATES NW CAHADIftN fiRW Sunday night o£ Mr. and Mrs. A<:. Bradley and daughters at their home at Lake Manltou. Al Rlccardla anrl his "Rhythm Kcwanna, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Crabill. Jr.. of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Byers and family, of Roann, and Delmar Crabill. of BRITISH MERCHANT MARINE NEW WRK STATE WWL MILITIA C ° SHAKES HftNPS WHEN ASKEP FOR ft HOOF.' Owned by A.TDKARZ.Pijer'Jnd,. i Rhoda , | hour. The hostess served straw- j No. ^ | berries, ice cream, cake and coffee. 1 ™ cSali ~ sts and ! Mrs. Don Davisson and daughter. | i Susan, of Elkhart. have been visit- i ing Mrs. Sarah Maze and family. i Members of the Young America ! Club and their husbands wer,e en- I tertained In the home of Mr. and | Mrs. Clark Lenon. Prizes In bunco ! were awarded to Mrs, ? jvisson and Mrs. Jimtn . » .iamb. ^ B oomershi:ie was counsel ! Refreshments were sen ed to Mr .,.....,,. „_., Pl . osecut or ,^j itlCCeH UlS Slll'l t»*s> *....^ ..-.-- \_jj_ j.Mv*mni i»iii* — «.. ---- ------ . Cavaliers" orchestra from Log- i Logansport, were dinner guests! iiimport will play for a dance Sat-! Sunday ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank j nrday evening, June 2C, In the ; Kough of Logansport. j Legion Home. i Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith and Dismissals from Woodlawn hos- '. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Smith and ~~ '" - pital Monday were: Mrs. Dowitt Stafford and .'on, R. R. 1. Akron; Miss Betty Wentzel, Kewanna: . . children spent Sunday in Chicago. They attended church services in the Moody Memorial Phillip and Billy Duncan, 52S j church Sunday morning. West Fifth street. Rochester. Ad- Mr. and Mrs. Alva Rans spent missions Include Mrs. David Hi?.- I Sunday in South Bend with theiv or, Kewannn. Mrs. Glen Mabry, j son , Dick Rans and his wife. fl , i t ._ .1 n J „!> i, ml A n r\ _ "\f.. ..-*. A \ TVu \\f T-T .1 (Itl 1 Warsaw, Shelly and Richard Anderson. South Bend, and Miss Glora Nabicht, Bourbon. Clalr Jones, farmer of Newcastle township who has been con- , Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jennings were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. I and Mrs. Robert Harbett at Lake Manltou. Mrs. Robert Cook and daughter, j lift [OWUMIlliJ W UlI iirti» tj^vn »w.» ^111 o. i^vw^i t w~" --• fined to his bed for many months ! O f South Bend are here to spend I with a fractured leg, was moved i two weeks with r.,-r grandmother. I to the office of nr. Charles Rich- j Mrs. Blanche Cannon and other ' '~~ relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders, Jr., nnd daughter, Judy, of Chicago, spent the weekend with Mr. and nrdson for x-ray examination, Monday, In the Zimmerman Bros, ambulance. Later ho was returned to his home. j lllS IH'IIIU. s^ii-iii. mi- •• —-•- - | Mr. and Mrs. Burl Shore have j-Mrs. J. P. Sanders and daughter.; cone'on a motor trip through the ! p at . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grant | cast I and son. of Logansport, spent Sun- j Everett Gilbert closed his drug j day in the Sanders home. They all j store at the corner of G30 Main I celebrated Father's Day with a j street Monday, and will store picnic dinner at Lake Bruce. i his fixtures for the present. The | Sunday dinner guests In the ( buitdin- has been leased by the i homo of Mr. and Mrs. D. P, Keeney i Larry Furniture store. Miss Ada j were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Keeney | Blessing. Monday.' also closed nor j an d daughter, Edna, of Fort j restaurant at GOG Main street, i "Wayne. _ , j The cafe has been sold to Emllo | Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gorslme j Martin who will remodel It Into a | an d son, Charles, ot Denver, Colo,, | modern tavern. who were enroute by auto to New j Tho congregation of the Grace Methodist Church held a recep- from four to six Sunday ovo- York City, were visitors last week j in the homo of his aunt and uncle, , Mrs. Lonora Harding' and Bert ( •JIQfl 1 roll* lUlil LU nt.v •jvAii"**/ ij.u aVLl ft. xju"w* v* .>,»"« M«««C« —- — ulng in the church parlors, In hon- Qorsllne. Kenneth Gorsline is the or of the new pastor. Rev. Thomas son of c. E. (Edl Gorsline, oC { " ' ^ Denver, Colo., formerly of Ke- j wanna. ! Mr. and Mrs. Worra Butler en- ] tertained at dinner Sunday at their home west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Muber and Mr. and Luke and Mrs. Luke. Mrs Ivan Boylan served as general chairman. Tho parlors were tastefully decorated with summer flowers and music was furnished by Mrs. Robert Shafer, Gordon Hedges and , , Misses Betty Jo Vernon and Joan j .^ j 3enn y Butler, of Indlan- Shafer. 'Light refreshments wero j ' apo { iSi nnd Mrs. Orlando Har- served. j well and son, of Larenburg, ervod. | we n and son, of Larenburg, | Mrs. Isaac Thompson spent Sun- H Carollna , Mr. and Mrs. I day in Fort Waynu with her hus and Mrs. i Charles" G. Miller, of Rochester, were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thompson and family, ot ' Fletcher, Okla., c->mo from Now Y'ork Monday to Mr.. Donald Terry and j wcnd^tow ^J^'^^ , Ralp^S: Komi *»i *•'"• returning to their band who Is a patient in the Irene Byron Santtoriiim. -Mr. Thompson is slowly improving but will remain at tho Sanitorium for several visited with Mrs. Lulu Piper and famlly. southeast of the city, Sunday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Lclninger and two daughters, ot College Springs, Iowa, ara the guests ot relatives. Rev. Leininger was tho Sfuest speaker at tho Church of God hero Sunday evening. Mrs. Ed Carrlthers, Logansport. spent Monday here with her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. John Meader, The American Legion post band, directed by Jack Kofron. will give home. the winners and the Reels are entertaining. The young adults are to hold a Misslonray meeting Sunday evening at the church at S o'clock. A movie will bo sliown based on Steinbeck's research. He' is the author o' "Grapes of Wrath." Sunday guests oC Mr. and Mrs, George Retschke wero Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kusrau and son, Kerj- ley, of Downing Grove, 111., Ronald Roder and Jackie Skocun of Hlnsdalc, 111. Korsley Kusrau remained for a few weeks visit In the same home. Churles Byfield, attending school in Indianapolis, is spending a few days with his family here. Robert James Campbell celebrated his 7th birthday Monday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Campbell, at a party. The iollowlng attended: Cathy Crawford, Norma Kay Reynolds, Marshall Poor, David Zeiler, Jerry Lange, Dick Ackert, Ronald Buck and Adcle Campbell. Arnold Sliidler who suffered a broken leg from a rolling log was taken by the Kennedy ambulance to the Veterans Cold Springs hospital in Indianapolis Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Pugh was taken to St. Luke Hospital Friday afternoon. The trip was made in the Kennedy Ambulance. Waldo Huddleston, who has been confined to his home for the p'.tst two weeks following surgery was admitted to St. Joseph hospital Saturday. The trip was made in tho Kennedy ambulance. Graveside services lor William R. Push, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pugh, who died five hours after birth, were held at the Winamac cemetery Sunday -morning in charge of Rev. Donald Ashton. Services were in charge cf Kennedy Funeral Home. W. B. Kleckner. former Pulas'd county treasurer, who has been a patient at Memorial hospital, Logansport was removed to his Winamac home Sunday afternoon. The trip was made in the Kennedy ambulance. Delphi The United States' trotting horse -population has jumped from 4,000 in 1942 to 10,000 today. Byron Rhodes of Walsh, Colorado, who was flying his four passenger Stinson plane from Massachusetts to Walsh stopped off at the Abner Bo wen plane hani,iir Monday afferuoon to spend a while with his aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Smith. While here l)r. Smith took a plane trip over Dei- phi and vicinity with his nephew. Mr. Rhodes was accompanied by ]Jr." A. 3, KusseU of Mass, who was going- to Colorado on a vacation trip. They expected to make Litchfield, 111. to spend the night with another aunt, Mrs. Arthur Price. Mr. Rhodes owns aud operates a hangar at Walsh, Colorado. Miss Margaret Coomey who has been confined to her home by illness is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradshaw are located at Boulder, Colorado, for four weeks. Mr. Bradshaw can be contacted at Men's residence Hall, Box 19 Building A. Boulder, Colorado. Joe Trobaugh and Robert S tankard left Monday for Indianapolis where they entered an embalming school. Mrs. Edgar Hoag who accompanied her mother, Mrs. Grace Marley Colladay here from Philadelphia to visit Mrs. Luther McCain and family, was called back to Philadelphia by Mr. Hoag who had received a cablegram that a niece was arriving from Germany by plane 'for a visit with them in Philadelphia. Mrs. Hoag and her youngest, child flew back to Philadelphia at once. Robert V. "Dinty" Johnson left Sunday for Indiana University to attend a music clinic for advanced high school students and teachers. A concert next Sunday, featuring the students at the clinic in an all state band will climax the week's activities. Richard Smith of Delphi has been named winner of a state scholarship to Indiana university for the 194S-49 school year. The winners were chosen on the basis of high scholastic records. These awards are provided by state law and each county is allotted a minimum of two scholarships The scholarships have a value o£ ?GO i nnd Mrs. Omer Davisson, Mr. and - 1 Mrs. Walter Chambers. Mr. and i Mrs. Taylor Hublcr. Mr. and Mrs. 1 D. W. Armstrong, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. ! C. Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ovl- ' er. Mesdames Dell Johnson. Edith ! Williams. Blanche Parlette, Ida Saylor and Eva Stanley. I David and Donna Rea. of West | Middleton. spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Max Toney and -fam- : Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lindsay nnd ! daughter, Ann, spent the week-end ! with Mr. Lindsay's parents in Illi- In . Mrs. Sherman L. Maze was host. . ess to the I-Bye club Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played and I three piece orchestra from Chal' mers played for the barn dance which provided entertainment. The orchestra also played special mim- I ber:. ! Bales of hay. saddles ana similar | decorations provided a barnlike setting. Star City •\V. W. Welch of Otterbein has been engaged as principal of the ! Star City school for the coming ' year succeeding D. P. Surber. who ' resigned. Mr. Welch is married and has two daughters. Star City met Its first defeat ot the baseball season Sunday when the LaCrosse Merchants handed i them the short end of a 17-2 score. - , The Stars collected five hits while The Moon Maids ^are featured j t]Je LaCrosse te am had 13 hits and "'"" J ! was aided by Star City errors. Butz and Argnar served as a bat- kery for LaCrosse while Wayne ' Graffis was relieved by Mc.Clure on i the mound with Batty behind the ! plate for Star City. i A daughter was born Sunday to 1 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis at St. Jos- 1 eph hospital in Logansport. i Mr. and Mrs. Luther Blinn en! tertained the Supper Club on Sun: day evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Everett Purvey and 1 daughter of Merrivllle spent the ! week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. '. Ralph Bishop and attended the ! Supper Club Sunday evening- Barbara Moon. 13-year-old dau- attendance vocalist with Vaughn Monroe and 1 his band scheduled for a one nlta organ^on car- child and reasonable alimony. Mabel Angel of Montictllo Mon. recelved a divorce decree from Detroit. circuit court by JudR RuMell Gordon . Attorney LoqonSDort Phoros- Tribune J> ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moon, received second degree burns about the face and forearms last Thursday when she threw an oiled rag into the furnace. The Lewis Grant family visited with Mr*. Laura Grant at. Marion Sunday. .Veil Hoesel loft last week for San Francisco where he will sail on a U. S. aircraft carrier for Hawaii. Neil is a member of the R, 0. T. C. and this trip is a unit training trip. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hinshaw and children of Laurel. Miss., visited here last week with his brother. Carl Hinshaw. and family. They also motored to O'XeiH. Nebraska, to visit his father. Elmer Hinshaw, and expect to locate there. Mrs. W. A. Huff has entered Indiana University fnr the summer course. Mrs. Tom Donsborn has entered Ball State for a similar , course. i Mr and Mrs. Vernon Newell and I children and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. I Borders returned last week from n 1 three weeks trio to Iowa where i they visited relatives. (Read the Classified Ads for the plaintiff, and Prosecutor Ned Lowry appeared for the defendant. The plaintiff received the custody of the two minor children with the plaintiff to have the right to visit them at reasonable times and places. Owing to the non-residence of the defendant, the plaintiff was prohibited from remarrying for two years. The couple married March 7. 1042 and were separated October 2S, 1946. While Sst. Pennington Is on leave the local army and'air force recruiting station be closed from June 19th through July 3rd. Mr. and Mrs, Guy Coon rod and Mr..and Mrs. Eugene Coonrod were in Danville. 111., to attend the fun- refreshments wern served. Mrs. j era l services for the former's Don Davisson of Elkhart, a former I member of the club, was n guest. nephew. Major Kenneth Bailey who was killed in Guadalcanal. Members nresent were: Mesdames Robert Sines, Meredith Power. Robert Tharp, William Golilsberry, yv rsi , lg Home in Delphi. Jon Gratly and Max , StaiViy Necl. formerly of Ida- Power. | v . 11Ci r £ m .,i ns QU ito ill at the Porter Toney. Miss Shirley Armstrong has en- I tered nurses training at Ball Memorial hOSflital in Mnncle. I Mrs. William Goldsberry and children have returned from a visit with her mother in Vinccnnes. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Flnney entertained Friday evening in honor of the twentieth birthday anniversary of their son, Tommy , RIchey. Those present were: Mr. ! and Mrs. Bon Thomas. Mr. and < Mrs. Russell Dugati and family of Sharpsville, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Thomas and children of Kokomo and Bennie Joe Weaver, of Galves- 1 ton. Lee Saylor Is recovering from major surgery in the St. Joseph ' hospital at Kokomo. Monticello Betha Mae Hughes of Monticello ! Monday brought divorce proceed- I ings against Virgil H. Hughes | in White circuit court through At- I torneys Armstrong and Moore ot ! Lafayette. Married October 5, 194(1, the couple was separated July 1C, 1947. Georgia Ann Overman of Brookston filed a divorce suit against Ralph Overman in circuit court through Attorneys Armstrong and Moore. The couple was married August 1. 1945 and separated June Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luse quietly celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary .Tune ISth at their home north of Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams of Los Angeles. Cnl.. who have been visiting in Indiana, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freeman. Mr. and Mrs, William Oakley and the former's brother, Harry Oakley and wife of Kokomo arc ; spending a vacation in Mich^.n. i Naomi Glover of Monticello lias ; filed suit against Robert Glover in circuit court asking separation from bed and board for five years; $10.000 alimony; judgment fr.? attorney fees and restraining order. The complaint was filed through Attorney Charles Siferd and Frank Jaaua of Portland. Miss Deloris Easterday of Seafield hp.s gone to Fort Wayne to enroll in the Warner beauty college. Blue jeans and ginghams were the appropriate dress for the "ultra unusual shindig" which featured the mixed activities party at the Tippecanoe Country Club Friday evening. The committee In charge of the occasion was Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Beshoar. Mr. and Mrs. David CrutcMield and Mr. and Mrs. Asher Cottrell. . j 13' C 194S~Th e ~plaintiff asks custody! A country style dinner was en-j of'the minor child, support for tho joyed at 7 o'clock after, which a: Winamac Miss Deloris Rearick was pleasantly reminded o£ her birthday Sunday evening by a group of friends who spent the evening there. Among the guests ware her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rearick, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spencer, Royal Centre, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cloud and Charles Long, Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Car- series ot five concerts being sponsored by the American Legion. Miss Immogenc Krom, Indiana- Janie, Mr. and Mrs. Marrion Conner and sons, Howard and Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nuffer and chil- .Miss immogene -iviui". *""•".•"• —• --- , , polls, spent the week end here j dren. Misses Kitty and Betty Bird, with her father, Oliver Krom and William and Gene Hlntley Gene Mr* Krom Archer, Charles Hott and Mr. and lu an impressive service at the Presbyterian Church, Sunday evening. Rev. Dale W. Brubaker was installed as pastor. Special Mrs. Lyle Lawrence. Funeral services for George Lcbo will be held Wednesday afternoon 2 o'clock at the Fry and Lange W&a lllStiliiCU ilo JUvStWl ' KJJJV\*»"". (n. ft Uk.iwun. in. »,.»*, -- - j --*music was furnished by the choir j funeral home. Burial will be made under the direction 'of Charles [ n the local cemetery. Wyland who also favored with a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Starkc and j solo. Rev. Brubaker graduated ! a auK hter. Carletta. of Chicago. ' from the McCormick Theological j sper it the week-end with Mr. and Seminary in Chicago in the 19-tS • jjrs. 0. G- Snyder. Sunday guests class and while in college was j In the same homo were Mr. C. J. the supply pastor ot the church, at -\vidnian of Monterey. Mr. and Mrs. Cutler. Rev. and Mrs. Brubaker arc j;i v ; n Mangold and daughter, Lin- natives of Rockford, 111. where he d ' a M arle. wasordained on May 30th. Among | Q ues ts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. those havlnR a part in the service | -^-jujgjj, Y,- ar ner were Mr. and Mrs. wero Dr. Francis E. Reese. Log- John Saosen an d Mrs. Joe Sausen of South Bend. Saturday guests in 1 ^ ey ' the same home were Mr. and Mrs. Kentland; Rev. _0. Di-xon *;oo, | Frank Kefid of Loga nsport. Remington: Dr. Kenneth G. Meigh. ; Jf _ and Mrg Arthur Zellers and *.rji*A T\^ocMcTif nf thp ^TcCormick I * „„ . ^, . ansport; Rev. John H. Meegs. Mishawaka: Rev. Robert Sheagley, . . vice president of the McCorraick ' ^ CWcago were week-end with Mrs. A. D. Robbtns. Miss Ednn Sheets ar.d Mrs. Orvan Van Lue in chsrse. Mrs Emma Scull and Mrs. Arley Morris presided at the tea table which was centered with a bouquet of red roses, white stock and delphinium and lighted with rod. white and blue candles In crystal, holders. Miss Ramona Caywood, Chicago, was the week end guest of her i and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Car- guests 'Monday of Mrs. Anna Ewing at Monon. The special party for the winners ! of the pre-Easter contest at the i Christian church will be held there Tuesday evening. The Blues are COMPANION! 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