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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMEs MISHAWAKA GENERAL NEWS News-Times Office: 120 Lincoln Way West. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 HIGH DEBATING TEAM IS Wil Mishawaka Gets Best of Argu ment Over Michi gan City. M ;. h i -. .1 ka h,-h s.-hool b-b.itmg team bf at d t!i- Mihi-an ;ity i rpres'-rirat!'. f s Friday niu'ht after j .1 .- : ii .'i t Pi I deb.ito "nr. vnk.if.et . I - s at'-J v. a.. "Revolver., That a I'rac tM..'.l.. initiative and Referendum Should l,o Ad-pt'd in Indiana." I'.oth tf-.ims had -onncing argu ments, hut th- local affirmative tilde hid the spee h-.s better preparetl and unexpected arguments of the negativ s were promptly (TU.-lH-d. i:nji.niin i-r and Iluth IeChlit i: r presented the negative argument-; well. Ralph Jones caused unite a hit of ni'-rriment with his v. itty allies. deorge Foh'-n, Kmory Shepherd and Frank K'uthlcv iad a ell prepared -pee, u.s hut they larked the essential proof. J. V. Masters, rj. Roul-don. and r. M. R. Th.icM.iderry of Sor'h Fend were the judges. Miss J . 1 Dobbins acted as chairman. Much rf I it for Mishawaka's victo-v imist go to Miss Dobbins for tier 'n coaching the local team. This i-; the first of a series of de bates 1 twren Mishawaka. South ''end, Importe and Michigan City. ffiSMAWAI&A WANTFD Voiid? man as. stenog rapher and time-keeper. Good op portunity for advancement. Pot oiüce bov :;.10 Mishaw-i;a. 1 ö 1 1 i or sho -s, pants, underwear, caps, 2e D'J M'-'iter, Ol V. Sixth st. 14 tu. FOR SALI' Strictly modern five room house. Owner lea tin? city. Inquire o .1 XV. Sixth st. 1 t K I or V AVA N'T KD All kinds of well work. cisterns built and cleaned. Wind mills sold and repaired. Gas en gines mM and repaired. Prompt at tention. Richcrcek and Welker. 713 F. Lawrence st. Home phone SI 6. I2t6 WAXTFf) Young couple with one chiM wants to rent 6 or 8-room house by pril 1 . Must be within I minutes' walk of Woolen Co. and modern except furnace. Call Home phone ll-f.01. llt.3 F(l: SAi.F C.ood 7 room house on W. Broadway; not modern, but a bargain at j 1,000. Stark Realty Co. lOtS WANTKI Yotinsr ladies to learn telephone operating; must be over 1 and of good character. All ap plicants will be investigated. Apply Receivers' Central Union Telephone Co.. Main and First sts. 9t7 0 li Dodge Mfg. Cos New Flour Mill located in Edge water Place, E. & W. R. R. and John St., BUYS WHEAT and does Custom Milling. Good Michigan Seed Potatoes for Sale at $1.00 per bushel. 1 CENTURY TPEATER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Bic'vt .in.! Ikt Program Evjr Ottered and No WAR TAX Don't Mi liither One of Thee Shou. Stop and Read This Program. SATURDAY Two-lu'ti Western Thriller "STINGAREE" Featuring TRUE BOARDSMAN. An Adventure of "Grant, the Police Reporter." "THE VANISHING BISHOP" Nothing But Thrills. Mutual Corned v with Geo. Ovev "JERRY ON THE JOB." Hut Jut See Who's Coming Here SHORTY HAMILTON in "SHORTY INHERITS A HAREM." TIun is Poitivelv a Knockout Lauc;h Producer. SUNDAY CHARLIE CHAPLIN The Funniot of All Screen Stars A1m a Four-Reel Western Drama "SECRET OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINS." And Here's Another Western Thriller 'THE WORD OF JOSE" A Drama ot the Mexican Border. ADULTS 10c. CHILDREN 5c. No War Tax No War Tax iiospitaij noti-:s. Miss Pratrioe 1. Harmon was op erated upon at .St. Joseph's hospital Friday morning. Ausu.'t DeMeester also submitted to an operation Friday. The condition of Mrs. Herman Warwick rer.ains unchanged. Mrs. tJcore Morse, ioo:i Lincoln) way K., is convalescing nict-ly. i Mrs. Jharles Johnson continue"! to show flight improvement. Crtth f rine Trroush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horton Trbuh. :.:T K. Fourtn j-t.. who was operated upon for ap pendicitis, continues to improve. van iioi,mh.ki-: itm:k.l 'u..eral ervices for Mis. August Van Holshekr. FUO S. Spring St.. were held from St. Bavo's Catholic church with a solemn requiem mass, Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Rev. Father Sehokaert was celebrant, Rev. Edward lioney, deacon, and Fev. O. Fischer of South Fend, sub- deacon. IIu rial was in St. Joseph's cemetery. Anion? tho who attended the funeral was Corporal Alphonse Van Holsbeke, a son, stationed at Fort Sheridan. 111. akiuvi:s i. ris.wci:. Oorge Meinke son of Mrs. Mar tha Meinke. . drove st.. and broth er of Mrs. Marshall Potts, lit) X. Fattell st. has arrived safely in France. He enlisted In the aia tion corps January last. to (;ivr. m:i citoss m:i:rrr A Red Cross benefit dance wil! le Riven by the Fnjoyment club in 'astle hall tonight. The decoration-; will be rational and St. Patrick's colors. WANT AID)! FR SALE Modern five room bungalow on K. Third St. A bar gain if sold soon. Owner leaving the city. Price, $2,600. Stark Real ty Co.. Mills Bldg. 10t6 WANTFD Two furnished house keeping rooms; also garage. Se n d lull particulars to Mrs. Pierce, Hotel Mishawaka. 1-tl WANTFD Position as auto driver. Experienced. References furnish ed. Call Fell phone S1H. 13U FOR SALK Household goods. Call Home phone B-TTS. 14-tf LOST On Lincoln way E.. between Main and Union sts., a cameo and gold tie pin. Reward will be paid to tinder. Return S. C. Kim. 4t-'0 Lincoln way E. I'ell phone 6;14. Advt i:tj. WANTED Wood orking men. Must hae own tools. National Veneer products Co. 1 4 t"-I FOR SALE White poodle puppies Cull Fell phone 706 or C02 E. Madison s 14t0 FOR SALE Span of three ear old colts. Weight about l400 pounds. Home phone one ring C74tb I4t FOR SALE Four horses and Uvo colts. Ira Eby, Osceola. Home, Wakarusa 1 on 124. 9t7 'PROGRAM IS OUT FOR PASSION WEEK! 'Elaborate Music Will Feature Services at Methodist Church. An elaborate souenir program of the Passion week services at the First Methodist church has been published, and will be distributed among th? congregation at tomor row's services. In the course of his pastoral message. Rev. R. E. Parker that the last week or our Lord s life lias been generalU observed by our Methodist people. By these services vc hope to quicken the spiritual life of our people; to bring to deci sion for Christ many who are not far from the kingdom; to reach ami reclaim some lives now on 'the broad road that leadeth to destruction;' to receive into the church on Easter day many precious souls." The services will be marked with high class musical features, for which several artists of note hae been engaged. The choir will be considerably augmented and will be under the direction of Miss Hazel Harris, while Mrs. G. R. Williams will preside at the organ. The following soloists have been engaged for the occasion: Madam Genevra Johnstone Bis hop, soprano; Miss Hazel Harris, so prano; Miss Ethel Phillips, contral to; Miss Jessie Gillis; contralto; Miss Esther Taylor, contralto; James Cover, tenor; H. W. Nolen, baritone; Cm. J. Sipotz, baritone; Violet hy Parks, violinist; Prof. Frederick In gcrsoll. violinist; Prof. P. M. Paul sen, violinist; Hans Roeder. cellist; Mrs. CI. B. Williams, organist; Mrs. Inc,er Paulsen, organist, and Irvin Dolk, harpist. There will be an entirely different program of music each night of the week. The pastor, Mr. Parker, in his nightly sermons will deal with the events in the life of Christ un these particular days. The musical program for this oc casion is the most ambitious ever presented in the city. Bishop T. S. Nicholson. L. L. D.. of Chicago, will be among the speak ers during the services. rilt ST CHRISTIAN' CIIIRCH. Sunday school at 9:20 a. m.; C. E. McCollum. superintendent. Com munion i-.nd preaching services at 10:45 by the Rev. John L. imhof; subject. 'The Loneliness of Jesus." Junior C. E. at 2:20 p. m.; senior C. E. at .":43 p. m. Evening preach ing at 7 p. m.; subject. "Cod's Love" Special preparation is be ing made for a musical program on Easter Sunday. van hix;ki;-m;iu mitials. Arthur Van Hecke and Bertha Neil, both of Mishawaka were mar ried in South Rend by Justice El mer Peak, Tuesday. The newly married couple will reside on W. Sixth st. The groom is one of the proprie- ( tors of the Himchoot and Van Hecke buffet at 12 Lincoln way ; east. ' : Mr.TiioiisT srxn.vY si:ia iri. ; Sunday school at 9:4" o'clock; ! public worship at 11; the subject will be 'The Task of Today; Ep worth lear.ue at ö:4ü: lernten ser vices Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. Parker will deliver a sermon on "Love's Sacrifice." Music will be furnished hy the chorus choir. Miss Hazel Harris wil! contribute a solo. .MAKIlIACii: LICENSES. William K. Riddinger. farmer Fulton county, and Eunice EstelTa Walters. South Bend. Arthur Von Heche, saloon keeper. Mishawaka. and Byrc.e Neid. Mish awaka. ULINI ORGANIST TO PLAY. Herman Wilson, the blind organ ist, will play three numbers at lhn Methodist church at the beginning of the evening service Sunday. 1 b THEATER TODAY WM. S. HART in "IN THE DARK" An appealing and stirring drama of the" great north west. Also chapter No. 9 of the ! sreat serial w "LIBERTY" j King Bee Comedy with the I Funny ! BILLY WEST in "THE FLY COP" Usual Admission. i FINED FOR SELLING LIQUORS TO MINORS John Dicker pleaded guilty to a charge of sellj.-.g liquor to minors in the city police court Saturday morn ing. He was fined 5 2 and cos.s which he paid. He was arrested by Chief V. J Pfender. Decker pleaded rot guiltv to a charge of allowing minors to loaf in his place of busi ness and this case was dismissed. Charles Van Hecke pleaded guilty to u charge of intoxication. This being his first offense he received a fine of $1 and costs which was suspended. He was arrested by Pa trolman Montine. Alfonso Farahdowski, who was charged with failure to send his child to school, pleaded not guilty to the charge. His trial was set for Monday morning at '. o'clock. Hate H. Hutchinson, the truant officer, was the complaining witness. GUST STONE DIES AFTER ILLNESS Father of W. C. Stone, Man ager National Veneer Co., Dies at Hospital. Gust Stone, father of William C. Stone, manager of the National Veneer Products Co., died at St. Jo seph's hospital Saturdaj morning at Z o'clock following a short illness from complications of diseases. Mr. Stone was born in Gland. Sweden, July 27th, 1SÖ9, and was nearly 5) years old. He has lived here five years, coming from San Francisco, Calif. He was a tailor by occupation. His wife died 20 years ago. He is survived by two children, W. C. Stone and Mrs. Edward Schroe tter, both of this city. I"uneral services will be held from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Schroeder, 90? Elizabeth st Rev. Gottfrid Olson of the Gloria Dei Swedish church. South Rend, will officiate. Burial will take place in Fairview cemetery. JOHN B0RDNER WILL TALK ON GARDENING John Bordner, St. Joseph county agriculturalist agent, will give an iddress at the library under the auspices of the home economics de partment of the Woman's club Mon day evening at 7:::J o'clock. He will talk on gardening and will explain the fundamental way of prepara tion of the soil, proper methods of fertilizing, rotation of crops and col lection of seeds. He will close with a round table discussion and will glad ly answer any questions asked. The general public, both men and wom en, are. imited to a' tend. Anyone in terested in winning the war by food production is welcome. AT Till: Ci:TTKY THEATER. Today and Sunday are big bargain days at the Century theater. Today's program consists of the great two reel western drama, "Stingaree." featuring True Boardsman: an adven ture of Grant, the police reporter: "The Vanishing Bishop." and cieorge ove-y in a screamingly funny mutual comedy. "Jerry on the Job." and "Shorty"' Hamilton in "Shorty In herits a Harem." Sunday's bill includes Charlie Chaplin, the funniest of all screen stars; a four-reel thrilling westeru drama, "The Secret of the Black Mountains, ' and the great feature picture. "The Word of Jose." a dra ma of the Mexican border. FAKIAVKLIi PARTY. A farewell surprise was tendered Miss Ruth Marvis at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Gate?, south of Mishawaka. Friday even ing. Miss Marvis will leave Sunday for her nome in Coldwater. Mich, after spending several weeks as thrt guest of telatives here. Musical se lections vero rendered and contes- and pramc-- were enjoyed. Luncheon was servou. Covers were laid for 12. iiiijm: on iTKLorc.ii. Louis Tackles, l.'Tth tield artil lery, stationed at Camp Shelby, Hat tieshurg. Miss., has arrived here on a ten davs' furlough which he will spend w.th bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. IC". Tackles, v. Tcn'h st. SOCIAL AND PEKsONAL. Mhs I "lossie Stuller has gone to Washington. I. C, to accept a gov ernment clerical position. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chandler and children are visiting in Chicago for a few days. SOCIAL AM PIIKSOXAL. Mrs. Berkstresser has returned to her home in Chicago after visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. N. Johnson. 1103 Lincoln way W. 1X)IM)UY IS SOLD. The Mishawaka bras. foundry has been sold by the receivers to Fred Kerslake for the sum of Jl.CT-O. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Triplet, who reside north of the city, at St. Joseph's maternity hospital Friday afternoon. Dr. Makielski. Osteopath. US W. Second st. AdCt ltf. Don't saj you saw it In the n-wsraDC. Sv News-Time? II ON LUTE LIST OF CASUALTIES Only 62 Names Are Made Pub lic by War Department, However. WASHINGTON, March lC More than 100 names were contained in the casualty Iht cabled the war de partment today by " Gen. Pershing but only 6 2 were made public to night because of delays in check ing. Although the list was the long est yet received from France in a simile day, the number of men re ported killed in action was com paratively small. The great major ity of the names were of men slight ly wounded. The 62 names made public were divided as follows: Kill 1 in action, four: died of wounds, three: died from accidents, two; died of diseases, live: wounded severely, four; wounded slightly, 42; wounded, two. Fifty Names WithlicM. The nearly 5o names withheld contained those of several men kill ed in action but most of them were of men slightly wounded. WASHINGTON. March 1I. The names of six commissioned officers appear in the casualty list as fol lows: LI EFTS. LOUIS V PvOE and JOHN W. APPEBSON were wound ed in action. LI EFTS. WILLIAM P. BLED SOE. GRANVILLE M. BFlillOW and WILLIAM C. DABNEY were tdightly wounded. Killed In Anion. PRIVATE WILLIAM ELLlN GER. PRIVATE MARSHALL H. JAR RETT. PRIVATE JOSEPH E. WHITE. PRIVATE JOAN DE POSTA M OLLES. I)icl of Wound. SERGT. LEROY W. MILLER. PRIVATE TED A. BUTLER. PRIVATE CARL LA RS EN. Dicnl of Accidents. LIEUT. RICHARD H. WHIT NEE. PRIVATE EDWIN C. TODD. Disease Takes Toll. CORPORAL CHARLES M. MC CORD, meningitis. PRIVATE ERNEST EDWARDS, pneumonia. PRIVATE EDMUND G meningitis. HOLMES. PRIVATE EIN AR MOLLER. meningitis. PRIVATE JOSEPH pneumonia. Wounded severely RFINHOLT A. YORK ES. .SERGT. OTTO C. LESCH; PRIVATES R. C. CAMICK; WILLIAM G. CARROLL; nLTiLER HOWARD G. PARKER. Wounded: L1EUTS. LOUIS W. ROSS and JOHN W. APPERSON. Wounded slightly: FIRST LIEUT. WILLIAM P. BLEDSOE: LIEUT. GRANVILLE M. FURROW; LIEUT. WILLIAM C. DABNEY; SERGT. CARL KAHNE; COR PORALS LEWIS DAGG, JACOB PHILLIPS. KB- KLEIN. FRANK NER AVERNEIL Privates liarnie Baldwin. Ferd ley S. Beehler, John Reran, Perry C. Bradtield. Frederick J. Cairns, Noah W. Cox, Joe J. Czapa. Krank J. Danko. Warthyo Davis. Arlo E. Dibble, Jacob O. Dillenberger. Clay W. Dukes, Olaf Evenbye. Harold R. G erhart. Archie Fahlgren, Phillip Goldstein, Henry Kessler, Mike Klachko. Benjamin Mercer. Max Myers, Dominick P. Nogri, Hjalmar G. Nelson. James J. O'Shaughnessy, Angelo Fagotto, Joseph F. Potrovic. Joseph Richter, Theodora Ross, Frank Pze-znik. Henry F. Schwal bach. Alvin Smiley, Percy J. Tur ner, Harry V. Weidman. Clare E. West, and Emery F. Wilcox. FAMOUS BANKER DIES. NEW YORK. March 16. James Stlllman. chairman of the board of the National City bank. and one of the most famous bankers in the Fnited States, died of heart disease late today at Iiis homo in this city. Ho had been in poor health for sev eral month. THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN By GENE BYRNES ne owes TWO vJES' -e AMD THE IS NOT ON g ii-,- ZZ- THE. OOS & '. i ' ... Wr- MAKHS his " F R00M5 TWO SAMMIES CITED FOR UNUSUAL BRAVERY Iiit'Tn.-itiinl News -rvi': WASHINGTON. March 1 '.. Om- sticking o hi. task b -p:tc a dan- J uerous s'a 11 v.o nid. and the other working vithrut a moment's re.-t I for 4 v hours. two Massachusetts' boj s haw be?n cited for unusvial I bravery ami d'otin!i to duty by th-1 ; French general and the chief dii-J sion sturgeon rf th-" sector to which j their unit is r.ttached. tbe war de-j partmcnt annunced today. They j are Charles P. Kendall of Cam- , bridge, and James F. Frown of Bos- j ton. Roth aro drivers in the sani tary diision of the army medical corps. The two men. according to th war department statement, start ! their work of evacuating the wounded during: one of the mot dangerous periods of the sector's i ccupation. A few minutes later a lartre shell fragment struck Kendall, lodging in the abdominal region Although the wound was extremely painful and danccrous, Kendall re fused to ulincuish his work. Krown. who was working as a volunteer, re fusing to re relieved until the wounded were safe, although it ne cessitated work under constant she'd lire for 4S consecutive hours. ATTEMPT TO HOLD MAN IN POISON CASE MFNOIF, Ind.. March 1'.. As th" result of the Unding today by the state chemist of poison in the stom i'ch of Charles V. Milholland oi Gaston, whoso death occurred on Feb. 11. it is probable that a t barge cf murder will bo tiled against Derilus Trout, a farmer living near Gaston, who has been held in jad here since an investigation of th death of Milholland was started by the proscuto- and Coroner Down ing. Witnesses have told the offi cials that only a few hours before his death Milholland drank some cough syrup given him by Trout and an analjsis made of some :f the syrup showed it to contain poison. Trout denies that there was any poison in the cough syrup. Milholland's body was taken from its grave near Rluffton a few days ago and the stomach was sent io the state chemist for analysis. He completed his work today. BIG MOB DRIVES TWO SOCIALISTS FROM TOWN SV'0TUND. S. D., March l-i. William . Rempfer of Parkston. S. D.. socialist and executive secre tary of the South Dakota branch of the People's Council of America fo Democracy and Terms of Peace, an J August Friedorich of Tripp, S. D.. were forced to leave Scotland on foot today by a mob of anury citi zens. The men were here, thev said, in the interest of the state so cialist party, eliciting memberships. The men left town as the mob was forming with the announced intention of tsing tar and feathers. TO DISCUSS BRIEFS OF STATE DRY LEGISLATION International News Servb-e: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. March 1:. Transcripts of the case of the . XV. Cook Brewing company against Edgar Schmitt, Evansville chief ot police, to test the constitutionality of the .täte wide prohibition law. in which Judge Hostetter of the Vanderburg county superior court enjoined Schmitt from enforcing the statute', were turned oer to tho clerk of the supreme court today. It is understood that the papers may be tiied at any time now but that the briefs of the case will bo discussed before it will be given advanced position on the court cal endar. I oth wet and dry factions bad hoped for a decision before the law becomes effective April 2. FEARER VISIONS: KILLS SELF. Inferii.itioti il N'Mj Service: LA PORTE. I ml., March 1.. George Kerens, ."7 years old. dress ed and ready for burial, was loun I C.ead today with a bullet in hi brain. At tie stroke of midnight last night Kerens placed the muzzle of a rille to his .head and Tired. Fear of a return of the hallucir.atio l which several years asio sent hfcn to an asylum is said to have been the motive. DESCRIBES VALUE OF BRITISH TANKS Incidents in Use of Pon derous Machines. L NI h . Mar h 1. "I hae already tobl many incidents of the lighting of the tanks." sas a war correspondent in a Imdon paper. "One tank in tlie orikrir.al advance was jr.ishing n about luO -rds ahead of the infantry when it w as hit by -i odd gun neu- Fbs'iuicres. which is the dominating ground of the whole region till oa come to Rourlon wood. From Fl sjuiert s ridge the ground slopes gradually to the northeast, and it w.is a'.onu the top of the ridge, just ner the brow, that the Germans built the great Hindenburg support line. As tins tank topped the ridge it was fairly hit by a :ield -un at c'o.-e range. "The ofticcr and tin crew of the l.ibk climbed out with their Levis guns and turned them on the enemy in and about Fles'iu ieres. After a bit they got on top of the tank and continued tirinc: from there till the guns got too hot ami jammed and all the ammunition was pone. Then they found a German machine gun and used that from the same posi tion till all ammuntiion for that was gone. too. "Then they took to ril'es. and a small party ?f Scottish troops com ing along without an officer, the tank officer took command and or ganized an attack on the German positions and kept command till a new officer came up and took it over. Tank Capture. Village. "After our advanced line had cone through Havrincourt some machine gun were still playing from the village, so one tank went into the village and routed out the machine gun positions till all the tire was silenced. "At Graimoiirt two tanks went around the illage. destroying enemy positions and capturing two ;idi guns, and kept command of the village till the infantry came up. Just north of the Cambrai road a German position was holding out when a tank went in and caused the surrender of 1ie officers and T." m e n . "Tanks helped very much. a I told at the time, in the capture of Foil! Ion w od. and they killed larse numbers f tire enemy at Cantain. Tt was a tank which practically stormed und seized the strong posi tion at tbe t'rueitix. and killed a lot of Germans there, and others went into Ann'U- ahead of the infantry. "One tank, alter it had become ditched, converted itself into a sta tionary fort and bad a battle of i's own in which the dead on ti. ground show'd that it killed oer 1oi of the enemy. "Anotln r tank took some JO''1 Ger mans prisoner out of the trenche, and at ariou points in the advance tanks went first into defended posi tions and silenced opposition and then signalled the infantry to come on. The tank contribution to the sucoe-s of the whole operation was, indeed, incalculable." ZD GRANGER, IND March 1 ... Foster B.icon will ha a sale March 2 7 . He experts to piit farm ing. Mrs. Adam Fater-on is spending the week at tbe home of her pat ents. Jasper Smith and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Patr--on will make thi home in Elkhart. Mrs. G. V. Gngley Was called t . Three )aks. Mich, Tuesdav. owin-' to th illm-ss of her daughter. Mrs otto Bay. ". J. Peterson rt t imed hour '-dn-sday evening after an ab sence of ."bout two months spent in Chi ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ib'aly .f Mishawaka and F. M. Bemley are! wife took dinner at the homo of Al bert Bemley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. . Bay i-itel o'er Sunday in Three taks wit'i tiieir sons, Trav is and Otto F,a . Harvey Ebersole and Wayne Rem ley wer- ami!ird and passed for the army at week; al- John Wor !ll from this place. John Keegan is -.iiie : k with heart trouble. Mrs. Aba Steph-nsin and l.cid - tr. Pearl of sYatli -y. i-itt'i friends lore I-'rid.i.v. Harry Shernr.a ba rg r rntertained bis mother and of Hobart. , er Sil i'ia y. ARDMORE, IND. ; Mrs. Mary K. H' t ing of ..:' i .Mb .-:.. South llend. entrtain-d t);--; Ardmore Home j-y-onomi'-s -b;': at an a.i ia . ses-iui on i iü.i.-'m . Walter t'aul b.as or." 'o "ol';-r.i -barra ks. (."olumb'is, ., h-iun-' u listed in the army. Mrs. Vo ing and daughter i-;t-Sunday sith Mrs. Hrotbers of S'.. it i Bend. Mr. and Mrs. riyde (;alcener daughter. Vera, are spending a few day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1). N. Cabener of South Ilend. Ardmor Sanday f:h"ol will tak--place at 10 o'clock next Sunday in stead of 2:':0 '.-lock as former I . ARKANSAS HANK HI lid) IT. ll;teri:;.ti .1 Nf ' Se.-vi- : VINSIXV. Ark., M.rli !k Th i i'ank of YVinslow was held u ..r robbel of from to ! two unmarked men today. The enfred th bank whf n no one b "ashier Winn was present. In b a . ir;g th y i.sed t!;e cashier as a shi' ! until th- re ached th ir h'-rs. i-b'ik aua from th- bank. Tin-ie!cas-d 'ir:n a- they inminlM n i'uJu avv.iv t th- mountain- SII'.IMmi 'ili ild. 1 1 ; -; : .it i ! 1 1 N v -'.' : 'HI"..; M .i. it . . !.' ;v dcf. ., J : r.ts :n !)-.. : ' . f , st'X -w ::!! m wb-!i ;.tr:-- H Wonbm . f Fort W.i; : - I:-.;.. . : I A. C. !. - of Ko. I-.d . -a -r ! 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