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Benton Harbor News Palladium Newspaper Archives May 22 1965, Page 3

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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Benton Harbor, MichiganSaturday May 22, 1965 latest news of St. Joseph Hacks of rummage de Barrick of the St. Joseph fraternal order of police no. 96 is shown among the Racks of clothing the Lodge will put up for Sale at its rummage Sale to be held May 27 thru 29 from 9 . To 7 . The Sale will be held at the old Bookout furniture store on Pipestone Street Benton Harbor. Owca has Busy teen program of director tells summer schedule the teen department of the Owca recently announced its summer program for area teen agers. To be included in the program will be Ponytail softball a Day at the migrant Center Bowling adventure club and surf dances. The surf dances will continue through the summer on wednes Day nights. Teen program director Carol Warner said that the Ponytail league will be held monday night league will he held monday nights at the kiwanis Park. All girls in grades 8 through 12 Are eligible. Team lists must be submitted by wednesday m be submitted by wednesday May 26, so that the schedule May be set up. Mrs. Robert Fink is the official for the league teen program director Carol Warner said that the Ponytail league will be held monday nights at the kiwanis Park. All girls in grades 8 through 12 eligible. Team lists must be submitted by wednesday May 26, so that the schedule May be set up. Mrs. Robert Fink is the official for the league. Teams f Hay night bowl ing at r is lanes must also be tied by wednes Day. The y Day at the migrant r. Will be held for weeks. Volun Teers will Seifo n a variety of services for children at the Center. The adventure club will hold hikes Camp outs trips and various other activities according to miss Warner. Further information on any of the programs can be had by contacting the Owca in St. Joseph. Two area girls on Dean s list Kathleen Smith 1803 Niles Avenue St. Joseph and Jean Wright route 1, Galion were among some students recognized for Scholastic achievement by Indiana University for making the Deans list in either one or both of the last two semesters. Win softball game Bill s tap of Baroda Defeated Clubb motors Friday night 5-4, in a softball game. Jiggs Luther led the Baroda hitting attack with a triple driving in two runs. George Luther was the winning Pitcher and owns a 1-1 record. World s Best pickup buy Dat Sunh ton pickup 1870-lb.payload 4-Speed transmission or 12-month warranty. Dat Sun suburban motor soles memorial Hospital in admission St. Joseph mrs. Mabel Lark 1336 Wolcott mrs. John Aylor 2618 Lake View James Brecht 3626 Sandra Terrace irs. Martin Meyer 538 Lasalle. Benton Harbor mrs. Gor am Blair Millburg station Liris Johnson 950 Paw Paw in shia Johnson 950 Paw a Phillip Sisk route 2, lox 308 Thomas Greer 1195 Union. Berrien Springs mrs. Rex Ord Myas 416 Fisher. South pow is 62g Chambers. Dowagiac George Hislip out 2 Deborah Trumbul out 2. Births St. Joseph a girl weigh no 7 pounds 9 ounces was Orn to or. Ami mrs. Conrad acini 1301 Grant Friday at . Baroda a boy weighing pounds ounces was born o or. And mrs. Dennis Smith out 1, Friday at . Berrien Springs a boy a sighing 6 pounds 1v4 ounces Vns Horn to or. And mrs. Vas born to or. And mrs. Roy Lillor route 1, Friday at a. Lawrence a boy weighing pounds 5 ounces was born to in. And mrs. Boh Shelton route Friday at . Discharges St. Joseph mrs. Keith and boy . Box 254 irs. Clarence Callender 436 Loward mrs. Marque critic Cross Man 815 Market George a an 1434 Grant Oscar Tichy 70 Wadena George Perkins 16 Broad Valerie Seralt 2820 Lorton mrs. Condo Maiden 711

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