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THE DALE NEWS VOL. 1 FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 NO. 18 Joseph Hilderbrant Buried Tuesday On Sunday morning, May 8, 1938, the death angel entered this community and taken from this life Joseph Hilderbrant. He was the son of William and Mary Lanham Hilderbrant, born Oct. 22, 1854. He was 83 years, 6 mos. and 16 days old at the time of his death. On Dec. 27, 1888, he was united in marriage to Sarah Cooper. One daughter, Ocea May who died at the age of three years, was born to this union. His wife died on August 14, 1907. On January 1, 1909, he was again united in marriage to Margaret Varner of Buffaloville. In January, 1894, he was converted and joined the Dale M. E. Church. Surviving are his wife, two step-children, Mrs. Virginia Ammons of Akron, Ohio and Shirley Varner of Dale; two brothers. George of Dale and Cbarles of Hatfield; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Stilwell of Halls, Tenn., and Mrs. Marsilla McKinney of St. Louis Mo. and several half-brothers and balf-sisters of Evansville and many nieces and nephews, besides other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home with burial in the Dale cemetery. Rev. W. A. Skelton was the officiating clergyman. If I could see beyond today As God can see: If all the clouds could roll away The shadows flee. O'er present griefs we would not fret, Each sorrow we would soon forget, For many joys are waiting yet For you and me. Charles E. Riggles, 78, died at 3 o'clock, Wednesday morning at his home, one and one-half miles north of Lamar, following a short illness. He is survived by his wife, four sons, Claud, Ruel and Hatsel of Lamar and Jesse Riggles of Dos Palso, Calif., three daughters, Miss Bessie Riggles of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Linnie Connor of Lamar and Mrs. Dessie Connor of Dos Palos, Calif., two sisters, four half-brothers and two half-sisters. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at Conner's Chapel church with burial in the church cemetery. Rev. and Mrs. M. W. Roberson and children, Ruth and Junior visited their daughter, Mrs. Paul Patmore and family, Wednesday. Junior remained for a longer visit. Church News METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH REV. W. A. SKELTON. MINISTER Church School at 9:15. A. J. Wedeking, superintendent. Morning Worship at 10:05. Evening Service at 7:30 Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. "Enter to Worship, Leave to Serve" REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO CHURCH To become acquainted with the most fascinating and potent doctrine that has ever existed, the doctrine of the Redeemer. You may "know your scriptures" from solitary reading but communion of worship is necessary to attain the full spirit of Christianity. LET'S GO TO CHURCH UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH REV. JAMES T. McCLARY, MINISTER Unified worship service at 9 a. m. A. J. Brown, Sunday School Superintendent. Evening Worship service at 7:30 p. m. Sunday morning after Sunday School, junior Christian Endeavor Society will be organised. Prayer Meeting at Dale Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The young people of the U. B. Church met last Tuesday evening and organised a Christian Endeavor Society. They will have their regular meeting times on each Friday evening at 7:30. THIRD QUARTERLY CONFERENCE The third quarterly conference will be held in the Dale U. B. Church Monday evening, May 10, at 7:30 p. m. at which time Dr. A. D. Smith, district superintendent, will speak and have charge. A delegate and alternate will be elected that evening and each official member is urged to attend. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. RALPH COLTON. MINISTER Sunday School at 8 a. m. A. L. Medcalf superintendent. Morning Worship service at at 10 a. m. Modern Portraits with our Fashion Background The Photo Shop Huntingburg, Ind. Rev. and Mrs. James T. McClary and son Leon spent a few days this week with their son, Fred McClary and family at Columbus, Ind. Boonville Press Club Picnic Set For July 10 The Boonville Press Club has set the date for its annual patriotic picnic for Sunday, July 10, at the Nancy Hanks Lincoln Park at Lincoln City. President Roosevelt has been invited to speak at the grave of Nancy Hanks. Other invitations have been sent to U. S. Senator Alban Barkley of Kentucky, Governor M. Clifford Townsend of Ind., and Governor Henry Horner of Ill. The committee on arrangements is: Wm. B. Carleton, chairman; Philip Lutz, Jr., Hatfield and Charles H. Johnson. County Chairmen Elected The county chairmen and vice chairmen that have been elected by the county central committee are: DEMOCRATS Vernon J. Ferguson, Chairman Mrs. Mina Cook, Vice Chairman REPUBLICANS George Thurman, Chairmen Mrs. Tina Miller, Vice Chairman The sixteenth convention of the South Central Indiana Women's Union of the Evangelical and Reformed church met Tuesday at St. John's Church at Lamar. The convention theme was, "Serve the Lord With Gladness." Mrs. Magdalena Mernitz, past president of the Women's union, spoke in the morning session on, "Finding Ourselves in Service." In the afternoon, she spoke on, "Tools for Efficient Service." Mrs. Orion Peters of Huntingburg has been the president the past year. The following is a summary of the funds of the local school for the past year as submitted by Principal E. H. Loehr. Complete copies of the funds are on file at the following places and are open for public inspection: Dale State Bank Dale News Dale Reporter Twp. Trustee's Office School Principal's Office Receipts Expenditures Balance General $ 104.58 $ 89.93 $ 16.65 Music 96.71 49.05 42 66 Class 1938 316.00 273.24 42.76 Class 1939 494.28 437.13 57.15 Class 1940 2.06 Athletics 1143.09 907.73 237.30 Boosters 11.55 9.50 2.05 Drum Corp 23.15 22.00 1.15 Total $2193.42 $1788.68 $406.84 Balance in Dale State Bank of all Funds May 8, 1938, $406.84.
|Title||The Dale News, vol. 1, no. 18, May 13, 1938|
|Subject||Dale (Ind.) -- History|
|Geographic Location||United States -- Indiana -- Spencer -- Dale|
|Collection||The Dale News|
|Repository||Indiana State Library|
|Rights||All rights reserved. Indiana State Library|