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Decatur Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Decatur, Indiana Bargers celebrate 40th anniversary or. And mrs. Harold Barger were pleasantly surprised recently for their 40th wedding an Ilver sary at an open House at the country Home of or. And mrs lob Mitchel of route 6. Mrs. Mitchel is the youngest daughter if the Bargers. Host and hostesses for the of it bastion were their children inducing or and mrs. Phil Barger of Monroe mrs. Adrian Sprunger of Dana and or. And mrs. Mit chel. After or. And mrs. Barger vere served from a table dec it rated with White Flowers and red candles they were escorted to the living room where they received guests and opened their Nany gifts. Refreshments of Cream cake nuts Candy punch and Coffee were served to the following or. And mrs. Jim Bebout or. And mrs. Floyd Arnold or. And mrs. Walter w. Conrad mrs. Winston Seitz or. And mrs. Floyd Mitchel or. And mrs. Dwight Roth mrs. Ralph Freels or. And mrs. Harold Henschen and Linda or. And mrs. Lester Adler Rev. And mrs. Oliver Dearing or. And mrs. Gene Arnold or. And mrs. Gene Mitchel and sons or. And mrs. John Ley Semi. And mrs. De Bryan and family mrs. Hope Bryan of Decatur or. And mrs. William Steffen or. And mrs. Olen Geisel mrs. Emma Steffen and Diane or. And mrs. Rubs Steffen or. And mrs. John Kaehr or. And mrs. Adrian Sprunger or and mrs. Glen Rel hard and Shelly Allaf Bluffton or and mrs. Arthur Zurcher mrs. Genevieve Parrish or. And mrs. Russell Mitchel Jane Jeffery and Jason Bluhm of Monroe or. And mrs. Trueman Bell or. And mrs. William Blitz of fort Wayne or. And mrs. John Moore of Ypsilanti . And mrs. Adrian Sprunger and Douglas or. And mrs. Phil Barger and family and or. And mrs. Bob Mitchel and family. Many guests were unable to attend but sent gifts. Tri state dance festival at fort Wayne coliseum october 2 and 3 october 2 and 3, member clubs of the tri state dance festival .ic., will Host the fourth annual i state dance festival at the memorial coliseum in fort Wayne. Western style Square dancing will be featured at Concord a High school. Committees have Een working on tile 1970 festival Ince the close of the 1969 festival and some 20 committees rom the various area Square and round dance clubs have accepted their assignments and Are eagerly anticipating this annual a vent. In 1969, attendance was recorded at 6,000 including fam lies whose children also enjoy Ltd Are dancing and couples who Combine the pleasure of Square Lancing and camping. Included during the festival ill be exhibitions by various local groups and by out of town guests. The basement level of the coliseum will House Booths during the festival at which dancers will be Able to Purchase various items. The grand March will be held locals Robert Frisinger assistant postmaster is recovering from t ack surgery in room 309, Park i new Hospital fort Wayne rather than in lutheran As previously reported. He underwent surgery thursday. Cal a Peterson retired Decatur Clothier is recovering at Home at 617 n. 2nd Street after a Short period of hospitalization for heart trouble. Or. Peterson c celebrated his 89th birthday or. And mrs. Don Jones of 3 002 master drive entertained. Ith dinner thursday evening it their Home. Guests present included or. And mrs. C. Ammond of fort Wayne or. Gusto Noriega of Guatam la and or. Mustafa i Ali feb amp non. Saturday evening in the main Arena of the coliseum at 7 . Following the grand March and introduction of dignitaries and Board members area dancers will be featured in a �?o2 plus 2�?� program which includes one tip of Patter and one singing Call after which non round dancing dancers will leave the floor and round dancers will Circle up to present two round dances. After this exhibitions will be held. Spectators Are urged to attend the tri state dance festival and Many obtain tickets from any Board member. The festival encourages the attendance of no dancers for it is from the no dancer that the new dancer comes. Remember the dates Friday and saturday october 2 and 3 at the memorial coliseum in fort Wayne with round dancing at Concordia High school. Hospital admitted mrs. Stanley Hart Geneva Harold Wendell Celina 0.miss Darlene Merriman Decatur mrs. Margaret Smith Decatur. Dismissed mrs. Bacilio Garcia Decatur Kenneth Jennings Decatur mrs. Earl Lehman Berne mrs. Elsie Newhard Decatur mrs. John Lengerich Bluffton mrs. James Haynes Decatur mrs. John Jensen and baby girl Decatur mrs. Barry Secaur Decatur Reppert Decatur mrs. Elizabeth Peck Decatur Jesse Tumbleson Ohio City o. Gale Mcclain Willshire 0. Mrs. Robert Brown and baby girl Willshire o. Photo by Anspaugh mrs. John Joseph Hobbs wedding Are spoken Friday Over a Finger Cut from an Millier Glove Anil slipped the top id Broom or mop handle will keep it from falling when leaned against the Wall. Rev. Robert e. Vander Hart officiated at the double ring ceremony Friday evening at 7 30 which United miss Sally to Fletcher and John Joseph Hobbs in marriage. The first presbyterian Church was beautified with Beauty bases of White Gladiolas and White Pons with candelabra the White kneeling Bench with White carpet and White Pew bows. The Bride is the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. James Fletcher of route 5. The Groom is the Only son of or. And mrs. Ralph Hobbs of route i Hoagland. Mrs. Mildred Robinson organist accompanied the vocalist miss Helen Haubold As she Sang a impossible dream a a a time for us a the lords prayer a and i believe. Given in marriage by her father the Bride selected a gown of White crepe and imported Venice lace the High Rise bodice marked with lace was Fash Orv de with a Hig ruffled neckline and Long Bishop sleeves. The a4ine skirt was floor length and the detachable Chapel length train was detailed with tiny self covered buttons. Her bouffant Waist length veil of imported French illusion was caught to a whits crepe Tongue. She carried a Long arrangement of philae Noesis and Stepha Notis Ivy with Ivy steamers. Miss Christie Fletcher served As her Sisters maid of Honor. The Honor attendant appeared in a gown of Willow Green Chiffon. The Empire bodice marked with Flowerette was fashioned with a High ruffled neckline and Long Bishop sleeves. The softly gathered skirt was floor length. Tiers of Willow Green veiling completed her ensemble. She carried a colonial arrangement of fall coloured Pons and Orange velvet ribbon. Attending As bridesmaids were mrs. Jon Alberding miss Ann Hobbs and miss Lori Len ii Ger. The bridesmaids gowns were styled identical to the Honor attendant Only in Persimmon. Keith Scherer served As Best Man. The guests were seated by Nelson Mark Fletcher brother of the Bride and Dave Al Berd re. For her daughters wedding mrs. Fletcher chose an autumn Gold silk crepe dress slightly Empire with Long sleeves and a cowl neck. She completed her ensemble with Brown accessories and a single yellow Rose. The grooms Mother wore a Nylon silk Champagne dress and Matching accessories and a single yellow Rose. A reception was held at the of c Pavilion for 400 guests. The serving table was Laid in Linen skirted in Persimmon taffeta with a n overlay of White net. The guests were served by miss jail Elle Heller miss Karen Schief i Stein mrs. Ronald Raudebush mrs. Keith Scherer and mrs. Nelson. For a wedding trip to Canada the new mrs. Hobbs was wearing two piece Navy knit dress with Navy accessories. The Bride is a graduate of Decatur High school and is presently employed by United Telephone company. Her husband a Hoagland High school graduate is a senior at Indiana University. After a Short honeymoon the newlyweds will reside on route 5, Decatur. Club schedule Telephone 724-2121 Lois Keller society editor Calendar items for each Days publication must be phoned in by 9 30 . Saturday 8 30. Saturday Psi ote trading Post Eileen Zwick Maryann Cowans 9-12 Gin elder Wilma Pilkington 12-3 Alice Schelderfer Marcia Wead Ock 3-6. Decode club party Moose Home 5 30 pin. Come dressed As a Hobo. Sunday builders class of St. Marks United methodist Church carry in supper or. And mrs. Robert sheets 6 30 . Knights of Columbus fourth degree k. Of c. Pavilion 3 . Annual Chicken Barbecue supper at 5 . Followed by country music orchestra 8 . Monday Queen of peace discussion group mrs. Virginia Schurger 8 . Pythian Sisters Needle club Moose Home 7 30 . Flo Kan Sunshine girls Moose Home 6 . . Auxiliary . Hall 7 30 . Social meeting. Demolay regular stated meeting masonic Hall 7 . Tops 3t�?Ts, first state Bank meeting room 9 30 . Tuesday Jolly housewife Extension homemakers club pleasant Mills United methodist Church basement 7 30 . Eagles auxiliary eagles Hall 8 . Youth activity classes . Post 7 . Preble sunny Circle Home dec club Preble recreation Center 8 . Live and learn Home demonstration club mrs. Nellie Price 1 30 pin. Mrs. Fred Marbach co hostess. Root township Extension homemakers club mrs. Donald Bohnke 7 30 . Kirkland ladles club mrs. Milton Hoffman 7 30 . Little girl night. Eta Tau Sigman mrs. Ray Heller 8 . Decatur Bellmont Extension homemakers club mrs. Merlin Lister 8 . Wednesday eagles eagles Hall 7 30 . Historical club opening meeting mrs. Ferd Christen carry in dinner at 12 noon. Thursday eve Circle of St. Marks United methodist Church mrs. Hubert Gilpin 7 30 . Psi ote trading Post Judy Cook Wilma Hirschy 6-9. Tops 3d�?Ts, first state Bank meeting room 7 15 . Rainbow for girls masonic Temple 6 45 . Mary Martha Circle of first United methodist Church mrs. Burdette Custer 1 30 . Ever ready sunday school class of the first United methodist Church mrs. Paul Edwards 7 30 . Alyce Friday Psi ote trading Post Haugk Marlene Hess 1-4. House of friends used clothing Center Corner fifth and Madison streets 1-4 and 7-9 . Births at the Adams county memorial Hospital Calvin and Joan augsburger Morgan route 2, Geneva became the parents of a 6 lb., 4 oz., baby girl at 11 51 am. Friday. Miss Susan Nicholson Winter wedding plans revealed or. And mrs. Laurel w. Reber it of 305 w. Bryan Street Berne announce the engagement and Winter wedding of her sister miss Susan Nicholson to Rodney Dean Smitley son of or. And mrs. Darrel c. Smitley of South Rainbow drive Geneva. The Bride elect is presently studying Art at Indiana University at Bloomington. Her Fiance is studying electrical engineering at Purdue University at Lafayette. The couple will be married sunday afternoon january 31, 1971. Holiday gift pack dance tonight at pc Pavilion additional donors for the Holiday gift pack dance saturday night include George Tricker Decatur sports Center and sey forts potato chips. Tickets Are priced at $1 each and will be available at the door. All ticket chairmen were asked to have their Money and extra tickets turned into the chairman Friday night. Decatur is known for the wonderful response from the last dance in april at which Tine Decatur went Over their quota in sending the Holiday gift boxes to servicemen last Christmas. One of the returned Vietnam marines sgt. Jim Roop told of the appreciation of the men upon receiving these packs and How useful these items Are. The . Auxiliary who sponsors this project wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the Many people who have worked in numerous ways preparing for this dance. This includes Many various committees and the news Media including the Decatur daily Democrat . Radio . Radio and Wane to and to Jim Hall of it Wayne the . State commander Leo Beard the local . Commander Berne girl in nurses training a local student is one of 36 sophomores admitted to the course of studies in professional nursing at Goshen College miss or pah b. Mosemann director of the division of nursing has announced. Miss Rose Lehman daughter of or. And mrs. Arlo v. Lehman of 265 Hoosier Street Berne began clinical experience in nursing at Goshen College this fall. She is a 1969 graduate of South Adams High school students began their clinical experience in nursing in september after completing the required three trimesters of Basic Liberal arts studies. Successful completion of the four year program leads to the . In nursing degree and the Choice of a career in nursing at variety of health settings. With graduate studies careers Are open in research College teaching nursing administration or consulting. Beginning clinical experience is provided Fay the medical and surgical departments of Goshen general Hospital. Junior nursing students obtain their clinical work experience at Elkhart ind general Hospital and or. Norman Beatty Hospital Westville ind for psychiatric nursing. The Elkhart county ind health unit provides seniors clinical experience in Public health nursing. Goshen College offers its nursing students the Goshen plan an 11-trimester program to graduation from the Fuli a credited four year Liberal arts College. Features include a trimester of study and peace corps Type service abroad in a developing country Opportunity to take part in Community voluntary service that combines study and a salaried work to make learning More effective and religious services and activities organized and promoted by students known As Campus Church. Goshen College owned and controlled by the mennonite Church enrolled 1,167 full time students this fair a record in its 77-year history. Mrs. Annabelle Heller from Indiana amp Michigan Reppert school of auction ering and also for the helpful information Given by sgt. Roop who has served three times in Vietnam with the . Marines. Everyone is invited to attend the dance tonight at the k. Of c. Pavilion from 9 30 to 1 30 . New so or Trent i chinned the spelling 202 s. 2nd Decatur ind 40733 219 724 3861 Bellmont High school auditorium for Good adherence carpet tiles should he Laid on a clean surface. So give the floor a it Ood scrub first. I his Way y full protect the floor and do a better tiling Job. V q r it re % o we a a it to a a or r y it fat j Richards n c restaurant introduces Chicken family style �5 monday september 28 tuesday september 29 for parties of five or More by reservation Only 5 00 . To 8 00 . Includes All you can eat Chicken whipped potatoes a Gravy Corn or Beans hot bread amp butter Coffee Tea or milk children to or under $1.25 phone 724-7087 we will be in this crowd attending the first travelogue in the series a Welsh wonderland at 8 00 saturday evening sept. ?6th tickets Al the door $1.75 a adults $1.00 children under 14 buy shoes in a shoe store air step Buster Brown open Friday and saturday nights til 9 p. M

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