Palladium-Item from Richmond, Indiana (2024)

The Palladium-Item and Sun-Telegram, Richmond, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1948 5 Brookville News Reporter--Mayme Fath Phone 218 Under Arrest BROOKVILLE. Walter Willoughby, who returned home Saturday from the Indiana State Penal farm, where he had served a 60-day sentence for disorderly conduct, was back in the county jail Saturday night. Willoughby was arrested by Marshall gans at Laurel in an intoxicated condition and for disorderly conduct. Charges will be filed in Circuit court.

Attend Meeting County Agents Arthur Wissman and Robert Alvis, Mrs. Roy Stegner and Miss Edna Fieber spent Monday in New Castle, where they attended a handicraft institute. Marriage License A marriage license issued here Saturday to Earl Jones. Middletown. and Bessie Lancaster, Muncie.

Out On Bond Bert Carpenter, arrested on an assault and battery charge filed by his former wife, has been released under a $1,000 recognizance bond. Purchases Property The residence property and adjoining lot owned by the late. Arthur G. Siebert was sold public sale here Saturday to Mrs. 'Anna Manhole Cover Breaks, Injuring Local Woman legs Sunday morning when a manhole she stepped on broke.

accident occurred at South Sixth and streets. She was treated at Reid Memorial hospital. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spenny and family of Hamilton spent Sunday here with Mrs.

Spenny's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts. Joe Ratz and family have moved into the Philip Biere residence at the west edge of town. Aah.

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2 NYLON HOSE Damaged Slightly 75c and $1.00 Sizes 14 to LISTEN TO Odds and Ends ELECTION Famous Brand RETURNS DRESS IN ONE OF THESE! SHIRTS 100 Men's Better 177 SPORT SHIRTS See Them! 300 PENNEY'S Reporter Ann Lee Jackson Phone 599-R Medical Banquet UNION CITY. -The Union City Hospital board and medical staff will entertain a group of business people from this community with a banquet Wednesday evening at the Al-Lyn room on North Columbia street. Invitations have been extended to the civic workers representing a cross section of the local business, professional and working groups. The pressing problem of hospital and medical care in this community needs to be solved, states: member of the Hospital board, and a solution will be presented at this meeting by a delegate from the Jay County Medical society and L. E.

Converse, community enrollment director of the Blue Cross Hospital Service of Indiana. Dr. Robert Reid, president of the Hospital board, will charge of the banquet meeting and states that he hopes one receiving an invitation either attend or send a representative. Class Play Wednesday The cast of characters the class play, "Nuts and Bolts," be foto presented at the High school Wednesday evening by the Junior class, will include Janice Gettinger, Shirley Carol Miller, Donna Jo Livingstone, Raymond Peden, Glenbur Hinkle, Marvin Kochersperger, George Mock, Annabelle Bousman, Eugene Hime, Joyce Leeka, Ted Washler, and Leonard Fisher. The play will be given at 8 m.

in the school auditorium. Speaks On Radio Rev. Ralph B. Ditmyer, pastor of the local Evangelical United Brethren church, spoke over a radio station at Cincinnati Sunday morning. In his place at the local church the speaker was Dr.

Frank Holt, a missionary to China who is home on furlough. Religious School The Darke County School of Religion which is being conducted each Monday evening, has an enrollment of 278 with county churches represented. The school will continue through November and several from Union City are enrolled. Rev. Edgar V.

Loucks of Greenville is serving as dean. Reformation Meeting The Reformation meeting of the Trinity Lutheran church for October was held at the home of Mrs. Don Silvers on West Elm street. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Nelson Hushour and Mrs.

Henry Abel. The group came masked, and those receiving prizes for the best dressed were Miss Virginia Wigger and Mrs. Thomas Lyons. The lesson for was presented by Mrs. they evening, Program books for the coming year were distributed.

During the social hour, refreshments in keeping with the Halloween season were served to 25 members and guests. Elects Officers The World Friendship circle of the Methodist church has elected the following new officers: Jim Davis, president; James Fulk, vicepresident; Kathryn West, secretary; Carole Wise, treasurer; and Joanne Schricker, reporter. Miss Peggy Manis is the sponsor of the group. Personals Mrs. Lucille O'Connor, an employee of the United Telephone company, is reported to be seri- relieve miserlies, throat, chest and back with comforting VAPORUB just looking THANK YOU! "ATTENTION BIRD LOVERS" Now is the time to tempt the cardinals, chickadees, titmouse, to stay around and add that note of cheer we need during the winter.

We have wild bird seed, also the feeders for your convenience. WECKERLE'S 1027 Main Ph. 2314 Union City News ously ill with heart trouble at her home on Fletcher avenue. Mrs. Fred C.

Jackson and daughter, Mrs. Besse Ayers, former residents of this city, have moved to the corner of Hiddeson avenue and Twelfth street in Greenville. Mrs. Lynn Current has been taken to the Methodist hospital Indianapolis, where she will have vel a major operation. Mrs.

Marvin Bradley, formerly Miss Donna Hartzell, was honored with a bridal shower at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hartzell near this city. Mr. and Mrs.

Noble R. Haskett and son, Donald, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Bair and daughter, Marylou, in Indianapolis.

Mrs. Bair is the sister of Mr. Haskett. The Married Three society held a luncheon-bridge party at the Tritt House recently, with Mrs. Franklin Wills Mrs.

Stanley Glunt as hostesses. Cambridge City News Mrs. D. G. Binion, 512 W.

Main St. Phone Red: 235 Banquet Planned CAMBRIDGE CITY. In observance of Girl Scout week, a Father Wednesday banquet is evening being at planned for 6:30 o'clock in the basem*nt of the Christian church. The dinner is co-operative. Miss Elsie Nicholson is chairman of the affair.

Scouts and Brownies are invited to be present with their fathers. 100F Card Party A card party, is scheduled for Thursday, p. at the Independent Order of Odd Fellows hall in East Germantown. The public is invited. Joint Meeting given at this meeting.

Halloween Party The meeting of Group Presbyterian Womens' association, planned for Wednesday, will not be held. A joint meeting of Groups I and II will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert Davis on Monday, Nov. 15. Mrs.

Robert Carson will assist. Election of officers will be held, and reports for the year will be Children of the Nursery and Primary departments of the Methodist church were entertained a Halloween party in the basem*nt of the church on Saturday afternoon. After each child was guessed and unmasked, games were played. Halloween refreshments were served from long tables to the following children, teachers and guests: Pamela Ginn, Johnny Stroh, Jimmy Stroh, Patty Brunner, Sharon Sherwood, Janice Mathews, Tommy Cates, Eddie Paul Rogers, Betty Jo Rogers, Charlene Kenmuire, Anne Hunt, Jimmy Smolik, Johnny Nelson, Donna Bickel, Billy Alexander, Stephen Binion, Jerry Davis, David Butler, Keith Ellis, Penny Ginn, George Greer, Kenneth Hudson, Susanna Kenyon, Connie Leapley, Tommy Mendenhall, Dotty Brunner, Duane garet Melvin Hudson, Sorrell, Sandra, Smolik, Mrs. MarMrs.

Byron Stroh, Mrs. Anna Smoot, Miss Nina Kirkham, Mrs. Clara Ballinger and Miss Eunice Ballinger. Dublin Club Visits The Dublin Home Economics club took a tour of Dayton last Tuesday. Many points of interest were visited.

Part of the day was spent shopping. A drive through the Soldiers' Home grounds completed the day. Those attending were Mrs. Gladys Usher, Mrs. Frances Conner, Mrs.

Nellada Fisher, Mrs. Connie White, Mrs. Thelma Alexander, Mrs. Lee Creager, Mrs. Orie Oler, Mrs.

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For, thanks to the speed of Skyliner travel, a few days off is time enough for days of fun and rest in the lands where the sun spends the winter. Big fare savings on family travel. For facts, call95121 or your travel agent Hear Mr. Henry R. Hope Chairman Fine Arts Dept.

Indiana University TOMORROW NIGHT, Nov. 2nd 8 P. M. GODDARD AUDITORIUM, EARLHAM This Will Be the THIRD in a Series of 5 TALKS ON FINE ARTS Tickets for Entire Series Are Only $1.00 for Adults 50c for Students MR. HENRY R.

HOPE Sponsored by Chairman Indiana Fine Arts University Earlham College Indiana University Phone 1957 the past two weeks for treatment of injuries received in a fall, has returned home. Baldwin was taken to Henry County Brumfiel, Sunday for observation and treatment. Personals Joyce Midkiff spent the week end in Lafayette, guest of her brother, Keith Smith, and Mrs. Smith. Dale Brown of the U.

S. navy, spent last, week at the home of his sister, Edward Marshall. He is Marvin stationed at Breeden Great of the Lakes. U. S.

a navy spent last week at the home of Oris Rudisell and family. Following his leave, he will be stationed in South Carolina. and Mrs. Henry Pettis and daughter, Gail, of Reading, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.

Russell Seeburger and son, Rusty, of Edgemont, Ohio, were Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs. Robert Davis and son, Loran. They also called on Mr. and Mrs John Brenner and family.

Errett Walters, Mrs. Elmer Hudson, Mrs. Louella Crawford, Mrs. Phillip Schweikert, Mrs. Nettie Dickerson, Mrs.

Valley Rose Alderidge, Mrs. Helen Rains, Mrs. ter Donieker, Mrs. Wayne Allen, Mrs. Robert Myers, Mrs.

Albert Knorpp, Miss Dorothy Knorpp, Miss Karon White and Mrs. Roy Hensley. Attend Poultry Tour Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C.

daughter, Geraldine, Bourne Goggin and Mrs. Clark Murray attended the poultry tour and visited the Versailles, Ohio, marketing plant. They also stayed for the annual meeting of the Poultry Producers association. Hospital News Mary Emily Barnett was taken to Riley hospital, Indianapolis, Saturday morning, for treatment. Rev.

Byron F. Stroh, who has been at Henry County hospital for Public Records Wayne Circuit Court A complaint on a note for $304 of the American Security company of New Castle, doing business as the City Finance company, against Ralph and Mary D. Buroker has been dismissed. Frances K. Foust has filed suit for divorce against Venice Foust.

Fred Hoopinganer, doing business as the Syracuse Auto sales, Syracuse, is seeking $1,090 for payment on account in an action against Frank G. Kolstee and A. E. Puutio, partners, doing business as Kolstee Motor sales. Hagerstown News Reporter -Miss Audrey Adams Phone 3784 Community Day Program Charles Hagers- guests.

town Council of Church Women announces the World Community day program which will be held at the Methodist church Nov. 11. Mrs. Vern Chapman, president of the council, has announced the following, committees: Mrs. Oral Program, Aders, Mrs.

Chester Locke, Mrs. Lawrence Lindley, Mrs. Glen Retherford, and Mrs. Newton Rinehart; Decorations and Dining Room, Mrs. Carl Dodd, Mrs.

Wayne Goar, Mrs. Marfield Cain, Mrs. Clinton Van Ostrand, Mrs. Basil Rust, and Miss Mary Dutro; Kitchen, Mrs. Ralph Bruce, Mrs.

Clara Goar, Mrs. Earl Adamson, and Elmer Allen. Mrs. Mrs. Albert Hindman will be in charge of the dinner music.

The Nominating committee is composed of Mrs. Marietta Locke, Chester Hilbert, and Mrs. Robert Ewbank. Mrs. Vern Chapman will be in charge of the election installation of officers.

A pitch dinner will be served at 6 p. followed by the program at 7:30 p. m. All organizations which have a Department of World Relations are invited to attend the meeting. Birth Announced Mr.

and Mrs. Fred Stockberger announce the birth of a daughter, Jane Lorene, born Saturday, Oct. 30, at Henry County hospital. Birthdays Honored A dinner was held Sunday in Muncie at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

George R. Adams, in honor of the birthdays of Mr. Adams and son Jim. Those present were Mrs. George Adams, Miss Audrey Adams, I Smith, and the honored Callers during the day were Mr.

and Mrs. Fred Frady of Muncie. Dinner Held Mr. and Mrs. Rex Fisher and family entertained with a surprise dinner Sunday for her father, Earl Strickler.

Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strickler and daughter Phyllis of Muncie, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strickler of Losantville, Mrs.

John Nicholson of Greensfork, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Strickler Williamsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strickler.

Personals Mr. and Mrs. John McWilliams and Mr. and Mrs. Ambert Baker of Arcanum, Ohio, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.

and Mrs. Genus Peckinpaugh. Mrs. Winfred Atkinson returned home Friday from Coleman hospital in Indianapolis. She is able to be up around the house.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wallace of Muncie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Stevens and family.

Mrs. Lonia Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor of New Castle were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.

Leo Dumford. Mrs. Leona Ridge and son, Kenneth left Sunday morning for Maple Rapids, for residence. Carol Ann Ridge will join her mother in a couple of weeks. Mr.

and Mrs. Howard Trisler, Mr. and Mrs. Presly Trisler and family, and Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Barnard spent Sunday with Mrs. Hannah Mae Mastin in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Andress visited their parents in Ohio, Sunday.

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