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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Anderson, Indiana Anderson daily bulletin monday August 14, in Shower is Given for Janet May a bridal Shower was held recently for miss Janet May aug just Bride elect by mrs. Robert to Ichito and mrs Harold Stagg i a the latter Home 2008 Charles St. I gifts were placed on a table Ider rated in Blue and White the Bride elect s chosen colors. Contests were held and prizes were awarded to Donna Jean Ramsey leis Dickerson and Saundra Eisenhut. Attending were mesdames Kenneth May Keith Tallman k. B. Ramsey and daughters Karen and Gail of Lafayette Neil Ere Nhut Lester Dickerson. Torrance overs Dale Whitlow misses Esther Hudson Francine and Marianne Whitlow Sherry i i Perry Saundra. Melissa and Lori reunion staged recently the annual Riggs reunion was held recently at the country heme of or. And or Feliney Riggs East of Pendleton on to 36, More than 50 relatives attended the carry in dinner which was served outdoors. Present were messes and i mesdames Walter rigs Ern Jen Riggs Everett Riggs. Dan1 Riggs. Lee Kent Riggs and daughter Kim Wayne Riggs and daughter Kathy Francis Riggs Earl elision a a Al swat Ford Sandra k. Kingery mrs. Phillip Riggs John Schuyler Gary a coulis and sons Agatha Randall Bruce Neff Ann Couch Ana children Timmy. Juanita and Joyce All of Anderson Bessie Day of Noblesville James Johnson Elma Riggs Velma Laudig and sons Bret and Jack Richard Mcfarland and children. Jean Sara and Christie All of Indi Anatolis Robert Mcfarland Goshen mrs. Mary Ruth Cady and daughter Lynn of Woodstown. No. Leon Davis and son. Bert of Anderson and the to James feted at Shower mrs de James. 3523 Redwood dr., assisted by mrs a c. Roberts and Jane Ann Jones enter lamed recently at a miscellaneous Shower honouring miss Penny to James Daugh or of or. And mrs William c James 2012 s. Winding Way. Miss James is the Bride elect of James Robert Moore son of mrs Evelyn Moore or i Daleville. The Bride a chosen colors of mint Green and White were carried out in the decor. The gift table was underlined in mint Green with a White lace top and was entered with a mint Green carnations flanked Fry mint Green tapers in Crystal holders. A Crystal punch bowl and other accessories were used. Invited guests were mesdames John James William Hillman. Fred James Judy and Dianne James Sheldon Brock and Debbie James King a and Marcia Denzil re gears Janie. Misses Linda Day Margie Kimble Marsha Kahle. Sharon Bauer Linda Metzger. Barbara Epply mrs. Jack Settlemire. Karen Settlemire mrs. Evelyn Moore. Cindy Litchfield. Mrs. Ronald Trisch. Mrs l. Deham mrs. Tom Sylvester. Nancy Trisch mrs Ernest Clark. Mrs. Edgar Click and Mary Clink. Jane Ann James and mrs. William c. James Mother of the Bride. Refreshments were served. The door prize was awarded to Barbara Epply. Wed 50 years or. End or. Garland Shafer above 212 e. John St., Alexandria will celebrate their Golden wedding anniversary sunday aug. 20, at on open House for friends and relatives from 2 to 4 . At the Home of their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Richard Shafer St. Re. 28 w. The shakers were married aug. 19, 1917, just before or. Shafer entered the service. Following his discharge at the end of world War i or. Shafer became a Rural mail Carrier at the Alexandria Post office where he was employed for 33 years before retiring. He is presently a member of the Board of directors of the Alexandria building and loan association. He served two terms As commander of Post 87 of the american legion and is a member of the Lions club. Both he cd his wife Are members of St. Mary s Church. The shakers have three children or. Richard Shafer of Alexandria mrs. Helen Stallings Croton Ohio and mrs. Jane Mack of Auburn. They have to grandchildren. They request that gifts be omitted at the open House. Odell photographers Silver wedding the Silver wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. William c. Lehr above 332 Eastman rd., Chesterfield was observed wednesday aug. 9, the couple was wed on aug. 9, 1942, in the local first Baptist Church with the Rev e. I. Mclain officiating. An anniversary dinner honouring the couple was held yesterday by their children. Mrs. Lehr is employed at Montgomery Ward and her husband has been employed by Kirkman s jewelry store for 21 years. Oton Mills studio Polly a pointers so tiny you can freshen your breath without anyone knowing it Bianca pocket size very concentrated Golden breath drops Mounds mall Beauty Salon phone 649-1782 for your appointment a thought did you identify the two paragraphs we quoted Here last week they were the first two paragraphs in the declaration of Independence. Here s the sequel we promised you a a select group of senior Honor students from a Midwest High school with teacher approval and supervision named themselves a a the american traditions association a to conduct a reaction Survey. The mythical organization prepared a petition with a Short harmless introduction and then quoted the two paragraph excerpt from the declaration of Independence. The students neatly dressed courteously invited 362 people to sign it. 167 signed Many without Reading it. 121 failed to recognize the words. Some people called the students a a commies and a a subversives. Two persons called the police. Of the 195 who refused to sign Many gave ridiculous reasons to explain their refusal a such As a a this is for the draft card Burner a. A a it s kids like you who belong in Viet Nam a too Many double negatives too Wordy a. A i know ifs the declaration of Independence but i done to believe in it a. A in a not for Coldwater a. What a the big idea we fought a War Over this already. Id sign if this was 1492 a. A a what Are your parents names Why Are they letting you do this a. And so on. And on a let s face it Isnit it shocking such a Large percentage of people failed to recognize one of the most important documents in american history thi Wek Only and to including Ham Poi 7.50 / j Cut it pm cd a a simply sensational coat Long slim lines in easy knit then treated to a touch of embroidery in Bright colors Price cleaning better Quality at lower Price value priced too our regular $15 Salon Way including Cut 2019 West 8th St French room Nichol and Arrow

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