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THE DALE NEWS VOL. I FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938 NO. 17 DALE HIGH SCHOOL HAPPENINGS The Class '38 started a sinking fund towards the purchase of an electrice score board for the gymnasium. The amount contributed by the class as a memorial to their school was forty dollars. The Misses Helmboch and Weedman were hosts to the senior girls at a breakfast in Lincoln Park, Saturday morning, April 30. Scholastic honors for the four years in high School were earned by Gemma Elliott, Elizabeth Weller and Francis Lubbehusen. The Senior trip was enjoyed Tuesday, May 3. They visited Clifty Falls State Park, Muscatatuck State Park and the Lanier Memorial at Madison, Indiana. The following students made the "E" Honor Roll for the second semester: Gemma Elliott 12, Emogene Schaaf 11, Margaret Jane Pennington 10, Vernon Nord 9, Charles Ludwig 9 and Charles Lubbehusen 9. VG was achieved by the following. Frances Lubbehusen 12, Ruth Reinhardt 12, Helen Scheerle 12, Lorena Schum 12, Walter Singer 12, Velma Varner 12 Saloma Wahl 12, Faye Wittie 12, Elizabeth Weller 12, Ruby Huff 11, Virginia Meyer 11, Opal Poth 11, Bussie Brown 10, Richard Carroll 10, Claude Brown 10, Joe Clark 10, Warren Marguet 10, Louise Ranger 10, Paul Ritchie 10, Nora Lee Smith 10, Buddy Weller 9, Leroy Kleeman 9 and Esther Knetzel 9. If any names of pupils in the upper four years have been omitted, please, call our attention to it and correction will be made. Plan now to attend a United Brethern Camp for the youth and adults at the Maple Grove Campground near Huntingburg, July 4th to 10th. Rates for the entire week, including eats, bed and registration will be only $3.00. An old-fashioned campmeeting will be held at night. Everyone is invited to attend regardless of church affiliations. Mrs. Elmer Reinhardt suffered a nervous breakdown Monday but is somewhat improved at this writing. A vacation bible school is being planned by the pastor of the Presbyterian Church to be held some time this month. Mrs. Sadie Revell and children of Huntingburg visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hildebrand, the first of the week. Rev. Pat McClary of Tennyson, son of Rev. and Mrs. James T. McClery, is attending Oakland City College. HONOR MOTHER! ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. W. A. SKELTON. MINISTER Church School at 9:15. A. J. Wedoking, superintendent. Morning Worship at 10:05. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. The Epworth League will meet Tuesday evening at the Church - 7:30. The District Conference will be held Tneeday at the M. E. Church in Francisco. SPECIAL MOTHERS DAY SERVICE THIS SUNDAY. One Sunday in the year, the second Sunday in May, is dedicated to our Mother's. Religious emotions, mother's love are closely bound together, for the latter is about the nearest approach we have in this life to the wonderful compassionate love of God. I know that each member will welcome the opportunity of sharing in the inspiring service we have planned. Also for this particular Sunday will you invite someone who, because of age or Infirmity, might otherwise be deprived of the service to share your car with you. We would appreciate your presence whenever convenient to come. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH V. RALPH COLTON. MINISTER Sunday School at 9 a. m. A. L. Medcalf superintendent. NOTICE May 28th will be the last Free Issue of this paper, as we are entering the mails under second class matter. If you have enjoyed this free paper coming into your home these past months, subscribe at once for it. The rate will be 50c for one year. If you subscribe before May 28th, you can have it 3 years for $1.00. Harry Stevens, 33, of Dale, suffered a compound fracture of his left leg, Wednesday, while painting on a building behind Knott's Service Station. Mr. Stevens fell when a round on the ladder broke that held his scaffolding and he fell to the ground and his walk-plank, a 2x8 timber fell on his leg breaking it. He was taken to St. Mary's Hospital at once where the fracture was reduced and at this time is improving nicely. He was working for Bush Broshears at the time of the accident. Fashion Portraits by Chase, Huntingburg Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Loehr and children visited at the home of their parents near Holland Sunday and part of Monday. Miss Merle Huffman of Grass Creek, Ind., near Logansport, who has been visiting Miss Doris Brown for the past week returned to her home Friday. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH REV. JAMES T. McCLARY. MINISTER Unified worship service at 9 a m. A. J. Brown, Sunday School Superintendent. Prayer Meeting at Dale Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
|Title||The Dale News, vol. 1, no. 17, May 1, 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|