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8 ROYAL CENTRE RECORD THURSDAY APR;L 12, l73 =,ill , -- , i, i Luceroe Area /News Mrs. Mare Burrougb Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G!ser and Svnday with Edith Lybrook and son Eric have returned to Little Lulu Sharpe in the Memorial hos- Rock, Arkansas followJng a two pJtal. They also called on Mr. and weeks visit with their palents and Mrs. Harry Mil!er and Mrs. Gladys grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Law,on-iEIliott. ce March and Donna and Mr. and I Several attended the Carry-in- Mrs. James Glaser and family, l supper Sunday evening in the Post day with Mr. and Mrs. David C!;,y- ton in Logansport. Mrs. Sandra Mayhew and Miss [,onna Ross attended the General i'eh-phone Bowling Tourney and banquet in Fort Vc'ayne Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Joe Ross and Mr. and Mrs James Hickey attended the ?Sth Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Miller in Royal Centre on Sunday. Mrs Sandra Mayhew and Kenan were Monday lunch guests of Mrs. Sandra Gates and son Johnie near Grass Creek. T, ,, . -,- , . ,- . iMemor'al Church Mrs Ruth Logan ne marrtson ov,nsn'p r.xten- I . ' ! Mrs. Gloria Miller of Anaheim, sion Homemakers will meet Wed-showed her pmtures of the Holy i Californi a was a guest Friday and nesday April 18th at I 30 p.m, inl l'and following the supper. ISaturday in the home of Mr. and the Lion Hall. Devoton will be I Several children enjoyed an iMrs. L. J Burton Sr. The Burtons given by Aha Mac Burton. A lesson Easter egg hunt Sunday afternoon took Mrs Miller to Connersville on ,on "'New Sewing Techniques" will lat the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Saturday and went on to Liberty,, be given by Florence Koebke. English. Twenty dozen eggs were Indiana to visit with Mr. and Mrs. There wll be a seed, bud.b, and dyed and hidden. Following the egg Prentice Smith Saturday night and flea market following the meeting.  hunt the Fellowship class of the Sunday. Roll call will be answered by "'My Favorite TV Program" Every mere- her is asked to bring a d'sh towel for the Lions Hall. The hostesses will be, He!co Hilkert, Leda Winn and Margaret Crgmmins. The United Methodist Women of the Zion Methodist church met Wednesday April 4th in the home x)f Lel!a Winn. Mrs. Jean Forgery" told of their help on building a ch- urch in the Spanish part of San Antonio, Texas. It was all complet- ed in January of '73. She atso show- ed pictures of the progress. The May meeting will be in the home of Ruth Liming in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Elliott were Wednesday evening callers in the home of Mr I and Mrs. George FeWs Mrs. Blanche Clary and daugh- ters, Mrs. Molly Clary and Mrs. Mary Pickham helped Mrs. Edna Crow celebrate her birthday Tues- day with lunch at Ben Hut in Log- ansport. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lugert of Niagara Falls, New York spent Th- ursday and Friday with Mrs. Roma McDonald and sons, Mr. and Mrs Everett Gregz wer Friday callers in the home of Mrs. Frances Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Herd have re- turned from a several weeks visit in New Zealand, l Mr. and Mrs. Forest Elliott visited t Lucerne Christian church enjoyed! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cotner of a carry-in supper. There was 63 Logansport were Sunday callers in children and adults in attendance. !the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cot- Mrs. Mildred Elllott entertained ner. the Happy Neighbors Euchre Club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Winn, Angle and Adam of ldaville and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Winn, Stephanie and Eric of Burnettsville were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Winn and Jill. Miss Jill W'nn was Saturday's overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Winn and family !n Idaville. Rev. tWm C. Carter of the Hobbs Christian Church spoke Sunday ni- ght at the Z;on United Methodist Church on "Priests and Scribes" in a special Lenten Service.. Next Sunday niglat and the last serwce will be in the Fletchers Lake chur- ch at 7:30 with Rev. David Alexan- der speaking on "'Mary Mother of JESUS '*. The Lions and their wives and families enjoyed a fish fry at the Hall Wednesday evening. The "Rev- I elations" a musical quartet enter- tained after the supper. Mr. and Mrs. Max Metzger of Royal Centre were guests. Don't forget the Lions Fish Fry l for the public on April 28th from' noon till ) . Miss Kenan Mayhew spent Sun- Virgil Gerach is much improwd at the Memorial Hosp'tal in Log- ansport. "X HOMELITE" Riding Mowers Brand Nctu 8h.p. Rider Anti-Scalp Motuets New Shuttle Transmission Shift Prom Forward to Re- verse Without The Clutch For your nearest Homelite Dealer Call Toll Free 800-243-6000 I. l'  tsting is 40 rages. It w, pelornaed in 19,/0 ha Austzldm. ] ' -' .......... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Musall. Even- ' /-IL00x,)LEE t[ Mrs. Howard B!ackman Mr. and Mrs Rich Hood have moved into the former Twinkle Fry home. Mrs. Hood is the former Sandy Evernham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Evernham. The b;rthday of Roy Martin was observed Sunday in his home. Thos,. wish:ng him a happy day were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blackman and children Ron and Jeannie, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley, Thema P'oss and Deb, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Roude- bush, Mr. and Mrs Dick Welker and J Ke!!y, Mrs Sylvia Hoover, Georg'a Martin, Bessie Reed and Reta Lucy and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd MarCn and Shirley Minks and child- ten. De!eras Roth was a Friday sup- per guest of Mr. and Mrs. Get'v. Minks and family. Fr'ends of here extend their sym- pathy to the Dean Clothier fanuly in the loss of their daughter Patty. Mr. and Mrs. Raph Musall and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Ge:sler and faro- were Sunday dinner guests o? III ing callers were Mr. and Mrs Bob R,,d. .'1a y m e Mattix, May Walt,rs, Mar Evernham and Damon Nice !-M1ed on Dr. and Mrs. John Marx Friday afternoon. ' CoTy Corner E H. club has been postponed until April 16 at 8:00 in the home of Connie Ploss due to cchool conflict. Mr. and Mrs. John Marx were St'nday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Marx. TheTma Ploss, Opal KeFey, Wi- lma Blackman, Judy Roudebush and D"rlene Mart;n attended the bowl- m- banquet Tuesday evening at L o=npo, t. J White Oak Circle met Thursday evening at the church. Mrs. Mar- gene McKinney opened the meet- in in the absence of the Pres. Ruth Cosgray gave devotions on the Eas- t, story. Members of the circle will be selling dish cloths. Plans were made to paint the base- roont in the near future. Contests r x,'re enjoyed and refreshments w-re s*rved at beautifully decorated four seasons tables. 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