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THE DALE NEWS VOL. 1 FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938 NO. 20 Last Free Issue Of The Dale News This being our last free issue of the Dale News, we hope you have enjoyed these twenty issues and if you don't subscribe now, we hope we have won your confidence in us and that sometime later you will see fit to have this paper to again enter your home. If you have any news from time to time we will appreciate having it. Our subscription rate will continue at 50c a year. BOY SCOUT NEWS By Richard Carroll The Dale Boy Scouts had no meeting oo Monday due to the Court of Honor which was held at Rockport. Four boys accompanied by Scoutmaster O. V. Brown were present. They received the following merit badges: Raymond Schum Carpentry Billy Sprinkle Carpentry and Gardening Roy Brown Stamp Collecting and Art Richard Carroll Stamp Collecting and Art Teacher Resigns G. E. Tennis, that was appointed as teacher of vocational agriculture in the local high school, presented his resignation to George W. Patmore, trustee, Wednesday evening to accept another school in the northern part of the state. BUY A POPPY SATURDAY Don't forget the memorial service that will be conducted at the Dale cemetery, Monday morning, May 30, at 9:30. The American Legion of Harmeyer Post, No. 343, will conduct the military service and Rev. James T. McClary will be the speaker. Wind and rain did much damage to Dale and it vicinity this past week. Many roofs were blown off by the wind and trees were uprooted. The large Coca-Cola sign, just south of town, was blown down Monday evening. Celebrating the birthdays of Mrs. May Kokomoor and Mrs. June Scott, a six o'clock dinner was served at the home of the latter, Sunday evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Medcalf, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kkokomoor and Mr. and Mrs. Ford Scott of here; Mr. and Mrs. John I. Bumm and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Qualls of Evansville. Church News UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH REV. JAMES T. McCLARY. MINISTER Unified worship service at 9 a.m. A. J. Brown, Sunday School Superintendent Evening worship service at 7:30. A social will be held at the Church Tuesday evening, May 31, for the entire Church and anyone not attending Church elsewhere. Everyone come and make this a real get-to-gether time. Prayer Meeting at Dale Wednesday at 7:30 Christian Endeavor, Friday 7:30 p. m. Morning worship at Lincoln City at 10:30. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. W. A. SKELTON. MINISTER Church School at 9:15. A. J. Wedeking, superintendent. Morning Worship at 10:05. There will be no evening service this Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 The missionary society will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wesley Schroer with Mrs. Taylor Wright as assistant hostess. "Let us go into the house of the Lord". OUR INVITATION To all who mourn and need comfort, to all who are weary and need rest; to all who are friendless and lonely and need friends and companionship, to all who pray and to all who do not, but ought: to all who have sinned and need the Saviour's pardon; to all who will accept the invitation this Church opens wide its doors and in the name of Jesus bids you "WELCOME". "Keep Sunday for the great things of the soul". PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. RALPIH COLTON, MINISTER Sunday School at 9 a. in. A. L. Medcalf Superintendent. Preaching alter Sunday School. Dr. C. W. Schwartz, 87, oldest physician of Huntingburg, died Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. He operated a drug store from 1883 to 1937, selling last year to an Evansville firm. He served two years as mayor of Huntingburg being one of the very few mayors elected on the republican ticket. A. J. Wedeking Honored By Ass'n Albert J. Wedeking was elected vice-president of the Indiana Bankers' association at French Lick as it closed its forty-second annual Convention Thursday. Robert H. Myers of Muncie was elected president and E. Marion Lutz of Indianapolis, treasurer. This organization is doing some mighty fine work and each year they come together in a meeting to discuss how to make the banking system in Indiana better. Poppy day will be observed in Dale, Saturday, May 28, with the American Legion Auxiliary in charge. By a poppy and help worthy cause. A group meeting of the Hoosier Pals 4-H Clubs, will be held at the Dale High School on Friday night, May 27, at 7:30 with E. H. Loehr as speaker. The 4-H Club baking girls met the second time at their leaders home, May 26. First, we had a short meeting and then Rita Koenig demonstrated the baking of drop cookies. Mary Lou Linhardt News Reporter BUY A POPPY SATURDAY Don't forget the memorial service, sponsored by the American Legion and Auxiliary that will be held at the Holland Gymnasium, Sunday evening, at 7:30 with Rev. W. A. Skelton of Dale M. E. Church as speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Meyer and children Joan, June Ann and Buddy, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Henke and sons, Howard and Harold, and Nolan Lauderdale of Holland were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Linhardt. Those that taken dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wertman Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George Englebrecht and family Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Englebrecht of Lamar; Mr. and Mrs. Eli Miesener, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sattler, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wertman of Huntingburg, Rev. and Mrs. James T. McClary and son Leon of here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Link of Huntingburg visited in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cooper and family and James Cooper, spent the week end with Fprrest Cooper adn family at Lexington, Ky.
|Title||The Dale News, vol. 1, no. 20, May 27, 1938|
|Subject||Dale (Ind.) -- History|
|Geographic Location||United States -- Indiana -- Spencer -- Dale|
|Collection||The Dale News|
|Repository||Indiana State Library|
|Rights||All rights reserved. Indiana State Library|