Delphi Journal Citizen in Delphi, Indiana
20 Dec 1973

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20 Dec 1973

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Delphi Journal Citizen (Newspaper) - December 20, 1973, Delphi, Indiana Moving Collins Transfer co. Pm. Enterprise 654-6161 local o i Fig distance hauling. United sanitized vans sos n. Main Frankfort ind. Psi Iota i sorority will meet tonight thursday at 7 30 . For a business and social meeting at the Home of Carolyn Wagner with Lorraine Weckerly and a Villa Burge assisting. There will Psi Lota i to meet be a two Dollar gift Exchange. China fearful of War with Russia is building air raid shelters capable of housing 2,500 or More persons. By Beta associates the Christmas party of the Beta associate chapter of Tri Kappa was dec 11 in the Home of mrs. Virginia Brookbank with mrs. Margaret Sanderson As co hostess. Before dinner in thai kindergarten classroom turned glamorous Den a Short business session was held when Betty Kent president discussed the table ideas for the Active chapters Flea Market in january. Ham and garlic bread furnished by the hostesses accompanied the jello and tossed salads taken by members. Tiny red Reindeer that surrounded the Christmas Centrepieces were favors. Following dinner Christmas carols were played on the Organ by the hostess before mrs. Sanderson told the Story a How come Christmas a in keeping with the discussion of gifts and the birth of Jesus prizes were awarded mrs. Edna Grimm and mrs. Beverlee Shaffer for having birthdays nearest to Christmas. As an added prize Robert Brookbank attached a collectors half Dollar to the Santa Candy dish. A gift Exchange followed and after the social hour members departed motivated to continue their own Christmas preparations. Oracle Speaks by Charles Maxwell this Friday is the last Day of school for two weeks because of the Christmas vacation. The Holiday basketball tourney will be held at Central Catholic december 28 and 29. The second semester will Start shortly after vacation and Many of the second semester schedules have been completed. The Madrigal banquet was held in the business Wing of the High school last tuesday. The journalism class is making a basketball Booklet that will be available at the Ball games. Merry Christmas High scoring couples in the third round of Bridgeo Rama were mrs. Louis Kent and mrs. Peg Hanna or. And mrs. Roger Bridgeo Rama scoring Campbell mrs. Robert Wood and mrs. Byram Crosby and mrs. Howard Bradshaw and mrs. Charles Wood. Here and there woman a Relief corps elects Ellen Koch president Dyson Boothroyd corps no. 280, woman a Relief corps had a Christmas dinner and gift Exchange at the regular session dec. 4th in the Remc auditorium with 16 members present. Mrs. Jean Fife was initiated As a new member and won the door prize. Officers elected include Ellen Koch president Kathaleen Sov erns senior vice president Clara Stone Junior vice president Marjorie Peterson chaplain Betty Randolph treasurer r Gertrude sheets conductor Sally James assistant Georgia Dunk guard Jean Fife assistant Bernadine Calhoun Delegate Mabel Hayden Delegate Mabel Wolfe and Donna Nestleroad alternates. Offices will be installed at the january 9th meeting. Wallmann a certified foods offers Low prices finest Quality courteous service mrs. Paul Julien Delphi 564-2062 Dorothy Smith will leave dec. 22 to spend 10 Days with her son Charles Smith and mrs. Smith at Naperville Illinois. Glen Jackson of Delphi was the $38 Winner on the Cash Call movie on Channel 18 Friday evening. Mrs. Grace Clements 80, who was in the Comfort nursing Home has returned to her Home near Elston and her daughter is caring for hex. Forest Lynch and mrs. Gladys Holmes visited her recently. Elizabeth Ann Smith born last week to or. And mrs. Mark Smith has three great grandmothers besides her grandparents. I and mrs. Jeiry Jenkins and children mrs. Becky Rush and children and Brian Walters spent wednesday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Paul Isaacs and Kathy in Honor of the 14th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Jenkins and the birthdays of mrs. Rush and Kathy. Ice Cream and cake were served. Mrs. Gladys Holmes spent last week with her brother and wife or. And mrs. Leonard Blue. Jack Stoner underwent surgery at Home Hospital monday. Danny Julien was confined to his Home with illness a few Days last week. Yeoman Community advertised items subject to Supply Semi Boneless fully cooked hams whole or half u $1.09 Eckrich slender sliced Raggedy Ann crushed pineapple no. 2 cans for 79c Wagner a Orange or Grapefruit drink 54 of. Cans 2 for 89c Domino confectioners sugar 1 la. Boxes 2 for 47c 2 meats 79 la. Pkg. Ajax dish liquid giant size 49c easy monday fabric softener i Gal. 53c vanity fair facial tissue 3 for s9c Stark amp Wetzel no. 1 Bacon a $1.19 Eckrich All beef mrs. James Viney Yeoman 965-2278 mrs. John Barlow entertained the triple deck card club at her Home wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Viney was a guest. A salad was served. Jefferson township Extension homemakers club met at the Home of or. And mrs. Forrest Redding. There was a carry in dinner and gift Exchange. The ladies admired the new glassed in fireplace built by or. Redding. The Sunshine class had a carry in luncheon at its meeting wednesday at the Church. I or. And mrs. Grover Medley Are enjoying the company of their i Little grandson of Lafayette for a few Days. At Kings open every night a til 8 30 open sunday 10 a til 5 you re sure to be right with a a i Kimii Iii a a Quot certificate valued at a gift for. From authorized by. Wondering what to get that will please him How about a gift certificate he converts it into an article of his Choice a any time. Certificates Are issued in amounts from $1. Open sunday 10 a til 5 he will sex fact his gifts from King the Clothier 106 East main Street a Santa a store for me Delphi Indiana the lamp a More More i Ufi it fed consumption Hospital award Winner Paul f. Holley of it. 2, Camden a psychiatric attendant at logans port state Hospital received the meritorious award for direct patient care at the annual recognition Day ceremony at the Hospital last week. Or. Heracleo Matheu superintendent said Holley employed at the Hospital since 1967, has Given care to the full Range of patients from geriatric to paediatric and is Quick to respond to emergency situations. Holley a wife Eva also works at the Hospital. Monday thru Friday 8 30 to 9 a saturday 8 30 to 8 a sunday 9 to 6. Ruby red Grapefruit 5 69 la red emperor rapes 3 a $1.00 Ancy red delicious poles 4 $1.00 head lettuce 25 closing 6 . Monday All Day tuesday Quantity rights swerved prices in this and Good dec. 20 thru sunday dec. 23, 1973 nobody knows a Farmers needs like another Farmer so it pays to do business with the Bank owned of Farmers Federal land Bank of Frankfort Roy c. Siekman manager 400 e. Cunt on Street the lamp a is responsive to the needs of your Community and to coming generations of american men and women. The Energy crisis today s Energy crisis Points out a dwindling Supply of Fossil fuels. More efficient use of these critical fuels for the movement of freight from City to City is one essential Way the lamp a and other railroads really help. Essential facts when comparing Energy requirements for the movement of intercity freight modern efficient diesel locomotives require about a the Energy of heavy duty diesel trucks per ton mile. Actually railroads use Only 9% of the distillate fuel Oil produced in . Refineries while Highway vehicles use about 17%. While the lamp a and other railroads use Only a relatively Small part of the total fuel Supply the services they provide Are essential to the economic growth and wealth of the entire nation. Fuel saving efficiency at the lamp a we know something must be done to conserve fuel Ana to get the most work Energy from every gallon. We Are doing our part by maintaining our diesel engines to assure maximum efficiency. We be installed new equipment and facilities to eliminate surplus Oil leakage. We move millions of tons of freight with new advanced techniques that achieve fuel saving economies. Of course there s More we can do and we Are working on it. Lets work together to help conserve precious Energy for present and future generations to enjoy

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