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THE DALE NEWS VOL. 1 FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1938 NO. 1 DALE HAS NEW PRINTING OFFICE This is the first edition of a new newspaper for Dale. The Dale News will be published each week on Friday and will be distributed free to every home. August Stork, who has had about 15 years experience in printing, is managing and editing this paper. Dale business people are making it possible to distribute this paper free by their advertisements. So we urge that you patronize them and keep the Dale News coming to your home. To help make THE DALE NEWS a real newsy newspaper, we are asking the people of Dale to cooperate with us by bringing, sending or calling this office, phone No. 56, their news. Please let us have your news as early in the week possible. The will of John Hertz of Dale was filed Monday in the Spencer Circuit Court. He bequeathed all his property to his wife so long as she remains a widow. Otherwise the property will go to his nine children. FOR SALE A Butter-Walnut Antique Dresser. Inquire at United Brethren Parsonage. We urge Dale citizens to patronize Dale Merchants. Buy at home and keep these merchants in business. They need you and you need them. No man ever prayed heartily without learning something. Emerson. Church News PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. RALPH COTTON. MINISTER Sunday School at 9 a. m. A. L. Medcalf superintendent. Preaching service following Sunday School. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH REV. JAMES T. McCLARY, MINISTER Unified Worship Service at 9 a. m. Preaching at 7 p. m. at Lincoln City. Revival services will begin Monday evening at 7 p. m. with the pastor as speaker and Rev. and Mrs. Pat McClary of Tennyson as musicians. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. W. A. SKELTON. MINISTER Church School at 9:15. A. S. Wedeking, superintendent. Morning Worship at 10:05. Evening Worship at 7:00, The Santa Claus Epworth League assisted by the pastor, Rec. A. W. Jarboe, will have charge of the evening service. In connection with the evening service will be the installation of officers of the Dale M. E. Epworth League. The following officers will be installed: President, Evelyn Michel; First Vice President, Ruth Hardin; Second Vice President, James Casner; Third Vice President, Violet Hemmer; Fourth Vice President. Richard Carroll; Treasurer, Elizabeth Weller; Secretary, Roth Toole; Assistant Secretary, Madeline Richardson; Music, Mrs. Louise Wedeking; Counselor. Rev. W. A. Skelton. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to attend these services. We have many visitors from a distance and are always very glad to have them. We are a friendly people and you will feel at home with us. FOR SALE - 100 bushel winter oats, 20 bushel cow peas, 80 bales straw, 1 good wagon, 1 let square timber. See Admer Medcalf. REV. TODD, AND WIFE KILLED Rev. and Mrs. Wm. H. Todd, well-known minister and wife to many of this community, were killed in Indianapolis Tuesday in an automobile-train crash. The Todds were only two blocks from their home when the accident occurred. Their car was struck by a north bound Pennsylvania train. Rev. Todd's body was hurled 50 feet to one side of the tracks and that of his wife was carried down the right of way. Rev. Todd was superintendent of the White River Conference of the Church of United Brethren in Christ at the time of his death. JOHN LUDWIG DIES Funeral service for John Ludwig, 83, who died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Lora Krusenklaus, near Holland, Tuesday was held at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Lincoln City Church with burial in the Buffaloville cemetery, Rev. James T. McClary officiating. Mr. Ludwig's wife died one year ago to the day of his death. Surviving, besides Mrs. Krusenklaus, are three more daughters, Mrs. Nannie Brooner and Mrs. Pearl Hoffman of Vallejo, Cal., and Mrs. Ella Harris of Newtonville, and a son, Pliny Ludwig of Newtonville. MRS. LAWRENCE RICE DIES Mrs. Lawrence Rice of Durant, Oklahoma, and formerly of here, died Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Rice was the daughter of Mrs. Betty Medcalf of Dale. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Larryette Rice of Durant, and Atris of Indianapolis; a stepson Arthur of Dale- As you read these pages and enjoy its news, don't forget to call 56 each week and help us make it a newsier newspaper. The following Dale Merchants have advertisements in this paper, making it possible to be printed and placed is your home and we urge that you patronize them" Farmer's Mercantile Store, Clark's Service Station, Schroer Brothers Store, Gulf Service Station, C. W. Wedeking and Co., Potter's Dairy and Brown Brothers Lumber Co.
|Title||The Dale News, vol. 1, no. 1, January 14, 1938|
|Subject||Dale (Ind.) -- History|
|Front Page Headline||Dale has new printing office ; Church News; Rev. Todd, and wife killed|
|Collection||The Dale News|
|Repository||Indiana State Library|
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