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ROYAL  RECORD THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1966 THE RECORD Case County's Only Democratic Newspaper MEMBER--INDIANA DEMOCRATIC EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Mary E. and Philip E. Hand, Co-owlnera Philip E. Hand. Publisher Entered at the Royal Centre, Ind. Post Office as Second Class Mattez Published Thursday of each week. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year Outside Indiana $3.00 10 Cents Single Copy DOWN MEMORY'S LANE Sixty Years Ago = FRIDAY, JANUARY 13. 1906 Mrs. Lucy Clark, a sister of Henry Allen dt this city, died at her home in Star City, Friday, Jan. 6th at the advanced age of 73 years. S. M. Kistler has received his comnission as a otary public. William Lytle and wife return- ed from a visitt at Morocco TueS- day evening. Mrs. Harvey Reed ad children have returned to their home in Mimmapolis, Min, after a very pleesant visit with old friends in this vicinity. Mis Alice Fry, teacher at Lib-. erty school, Dos been quite Ill this week. Her imsJtion has been filled by H, E. Day. Esther, the 7 year-old daughter of M. A. Veyand, fell on the eUppery pavement while going lmme fom shool Thursday noon and broke her arm. ,Snow, rain and freeze VCedaes- day evenqing made the streets a glare of ice Thursday. While Martin Carroll was work- Irtg at bhe Re elevator Monday shortly after dlner the elevator chain broke and one of the ends struck him on the head, making a a2p wound and rendering him "quite dizzy for a time. Bryce Wildermuth has moved rom LogansporL tc Peru, where e Is working on th Wabash railroad. D. C. Justice, the old and well 7knvwa attorney, died at his home at Logansport las Thursday night fter a short illness. George Wiseley anl family, of Argos, who have been visiting tim family of is brother Tom Wieley at this place, have re- tured to their home. Fifty Years Ago FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1915 Charles Agneas and wife pent Christmas at Blufftou. M. A. Weyand was able to be up town TueaY monng for the firmt time since being taken down with typhoid fever. John BaugJaman of Wiamac ls been making a visit with F. D Mls Chalee Schmidt is spend- the week at LogaRsort. Everett Fry came home from Terre HaRtS to ped tle holidays of East with and wife, A watch night party was held [at the home of Lorert MaCloud land wife Thursday evening. t George Conn came home from l Iowa Christmas night to make a !visit wit.h his family. Miss Helone Thomas is making I , a visit with friends at Cleveland. O. ad Ligonier. Ind. I Everett Gragg and wife and Walter Walker and family sl)ert Christians witlt W. H. Kramer and wife. Burnettsville and vicinity has been h=aving a scarlet fever scare and everything was post- poned while the scare was on. Mrs. Slam Gundrum h, ms beer so poorly for some time that she was aken to St. Joseph hospital last SaturdaY. To Harley Button vnd wife Dec. 27--a son. Forty Years Ago FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 192 Mrs,. Ruben Good fell Sunday night and sprained her ankle. The oil s,tation of Dave Sharer an& wife that was destroyed by fire several weeks ago is rapid- ly bet,rig completed by u force of men trom the Walter Lumber Co. Clarence Fultg and wife enter- rained at New Year's dinner, Mrs. Anna Con,ft. Mrs. Verr Seward and daughter Betty and Mrs. Mil- lard Rhody an4 children. Chescer Eldridge and famiIy anzl Frank L. Han, d and family took Sunday dinrter with J. B. Hand and family. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marsh of Logansport, a ten pound SOIl. Waiter Agness is sbstAtutJng for Mr. Johnson in the schools while he is o the sick Its% Jerome Fry has returned to South Bend after a visit with re- lativeu at this place. Will Mind.horn sold ltis restau- rant to Harry Day, who now has charge of the bueless. Several hunters from this llac wen: to BII Center lt Tuesday to assist in a wolf hun that was staged by residents there. Horace Beckley and family spen the week end with his par- ents, Jerome Beokley and wife. The following is taken from the monthly report of Homer Ball, meterologtet at the local weather siatton There were 4 clear dtys, 8 partly cloudy and 19 cloudy days, during the month. -----------O Thirty Years Ago FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1938 The fire delrtment was called to the home of Carroll Sparks and family on the west side of town Wednesday evening when a fire broke out, aPltSxeny h, aving originated in a wardrobe. Born to George Bayle anl wife, Janavy ll---a son,; to Robert Finger and wife, Januar 10--a dugher; to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Spencer of Lafayette, Jan. 8--a son; to Mr. nd Mrs. A1 LaDuct of Chicago, a sonFre Alexander Tuesday. Mrs. LaDuct is the dau- ghter of Mrs. Fred Hoflman. Miss Cleo Sutton, daushter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Suttv.n BUSY MONTH FOR WHITE OAK M.Y.F. On December let, the youth group held a Progressive party. A Fr, Judy Mo, Gary Moss and I M.ark Moss. The shelherds were Greg Lawson, Garry Bridge and Jerry Brooks, Angels were Donner Fagner, Jantce Lawson. Joseph, Lee Weid,a and Mary, Susa Trib- four-aonrse meal was onJoyed at bet. four different homes. First course I Thirtee members went caroling was at he home of Jerry Brooks,, on Tuesday night Dec. 22. second at the home of Stsan Trib- t Sunday evening Dec 27 at 6:30 and Otis Knebel of Star City were bett, third course at the home of united i.n marriage Wednesday at ]Greg and Cheryl Lawson. The the U.B. personage at Grass Creek. dessert course was served at the Mrs. Wilbur Berkshire eter-] home of Bonrie and Dona Fag- tined the Rebecca class of the lrr. The mothers of the youth Grace church Mortday evening. [served as hostesses. There were 12 in attendarce.  On December the 13th, the Billy Seward has returned to,group mec at the church and de-- school after a week'ssickness. comted the Chris, tmas tree, Mrs. Glen Smal spert Thursday was donted by the Ray Moss with friends in Royal Centre. family. After the tree was decor- Mrs. Corn Mcbaughli of Oak ated, the youth pacticed their spen. Friday evening with friends Christmas play.. in Royal .(:entre. Sundy even'lug December 20th.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watts Jr. and followirg a sh.ort program given family of Lucerne spen't \\;Vedn,es- by the children of the White Oak @ay (vening with Mr. and Mrs. church, t,he MYF group presented a meeting was held with 10 mem- bers present. The meeting was brought to order by Greg Lawson, president. Devotions were given by Jerry Brooks. The lesson was given by Garry Mass. The secre- tary's report was given by Judy Moss. The bowling party for Jan- uary was discussed. The meeting was adjourned and the M.Y.F. benediction was given. Refreshments were served by Marsha and Janice Lawson. Cheryl Lawson, Publicity Chairman the Army, at Camp Atterbury last year, at her hom Saturday. Blickeusta. Howard Morris returned home from the North Pacifto, Friday on a thirty d,ay leave to visit his parents Mr, and Ma. Wayne Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Feltis are ow residing in their new home recently purch'asod from Harry Bridge. Bottled Gas needs. Royal Hardware Co. ROYAL CENTRE. INDIANA Mrs, Agns Teel and children of ..-_-.__-_-_--__--_-_---:-------_------%-------------- Logansport visited her prent, Mr. ,and Mrs. Stewart Etnire, n u m nnm um n m m m m Satu, rdey. ' ACT Mr. arid Mrs. James Raderstorf and sons etertaied Sunday in honor of their wedding aniver- sery: Mrs. Ethel BODES, Mrs. Ira i Radertorf ad childre of lda_l, TIM lU ville and Mr. Edward Raderstorfi of Loganpor t.  Mrs. V. E. Ritz will entertain i the Women's Progressive Clubl, for their first neeting of the new I, ": (') A. ,*" Tho Past Chiefs Club will meet with Mrs Nelle Agess: Saturday evening, 20. Ralph Zeider was accepted for Navy duW and Donald Hines for week. Mrs. Esther Brunner of Logun-- sport s,pet the week ed here with relatives. Mrs. FAsie Haselby soe Sub- day rlght with ,her stster Miss Fl.ossde Herd at the home of Mel- vl a Fsle House. My Neighbors '?he crk said it's so light even a woman can ndle it, so I bought you one." A pressing problem for carowners is making sure they are completely covered when it comes to insurance. Come in this week and we'll help you set up an Auto In- surance Policy that will fit your needs .... and your budget. mmmmmm mmmm .I. @. (, J. William Walter. the play "Pck To Bethl(hem." When peepe fight over religion. Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Newell The main characters were portraY- it is a good sigs that there isn't were bus,iness visitors at Fulton. ed by Marsha Lawson, Bonnie much of it. Wednesday. Mis Carol Bechdol. d,aughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Bechdol of Lu .............. cerne and Lester L. Stone of Lo- E I scaii ti gansport were married Sunday at n  the Presbyterian parsonngo at Lu- cerne by Rev. Peter Hanstra. 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