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THE DALE NEWS VOL. I FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1938 NO 21 Benno Schum Married Wed. On Wednesday morning, June 1, 1938, at 6 a. m., a beautiful wedding was solemnized lit St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Jasper, when Benno Schum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schum, Sr. of Dale, and Miss Rosella Hoffman, daughter of Mrs. John D. Hoffman of Jasper were united in holy wedlock. Rev. Heusler, O. S. B., was the officiating priest. The couple were attended by Bernard Hoffman brother of the bride and Edward Hollander, nephew of the groom. The bride wore blue lace over taffeta and wore a shoulder corsage of pink roses. The bride attended Jasper High School and the groom is a graduate of Dale High School and attended Indiana University. After a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride, the couple left for Detroit and Canada. Upon their return they will be at home to their friends in their new home in Dale, where Mr. Schum is engaged in the monument business. Boonville Press Club Outing The annual outing of the Boonville Press club will be held at the Nancy Hanks Lincoln park Sunday, July 10, 1938 according to Ernest W. Owen, president of the club. The outing this year, instead of being called "annual picnic of the Boonville Preas club" will be called the "pilgrimage to the tomb of Nancy Hanks Lincoln," according to Mr. Owen. Opening with a Sunday school period in the morning, the program also will include addresses by prominent speakers, instrumental vocal selections, band and orchestra music and a big basket dinner at noon. Flowers will be placed on the grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln. The annual outings are the outgrowth of a meeting held by a small group of newspapermen and women at the grave 15 years ago. Following a picnic supper, the late Roscoe Kiper gave an address on the subject of Nancy Hanks Lincoln and her famous son, Abraham Lincoln. That group of less than 40 persons reeolved to hold an annual patriotic meeting and picnic at the same spot as long as there was a member of the group alive. George A. Leathco is seriously ill at his home at this writing. Church News UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH REV. JAMES T. McCLARY, MINISTER Unified worship service at 9 a. m. A. J. Brown, Sunday School Superintendent. Junior Christian Endeavor, Monday at 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting at Dale Wedneeday at 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor, Friday 7:30 p. m. Evening service at Lincoln City at 7:30 p. m. 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 The Epworth League will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30. "Let Us go into the house of the Lord". OUR INVITATION To all who mourn and need comfort; to all who are weary and need rest; to all who are friendless and lonely and need friends and companionship; to all who pray and to all who do not, but ought; to all who have sinned and need the Saviour's pardon; to all who will accept the invitation this Church opens wide its doors and in the name of Jesus bids you "WELCOME". "Keep Sunday for the great things of the soul". PRERSBYTERIAN CHURCH REV. COLTON MINISTER Sunday School at 9 a. m. A. L. Medcalf superintendent. Through the courtesy of Station KDKA, Pittsburg, Pa., the foreign missionary society of the United Brethren Denomination is granted the privilege of a broadcast on Sunday, June 12, 1938, at 9:15 p. m. Central Standard Time. Dr. S. G. Ziegler and Bishop H. H. Fout will be the speakers. Bishop Fout is the presiding bishop of this area. Music will be by the Johnstown First and Greensburg U. B. choirs. Thomas Bosh and family of Centralia, Ill. visited with his sister Mrs. T. W. Stone and husband, Sunday and Monday. Golden Jubilee Of Religious Life Monday, May 30, Reverend Mother M. Seraphine, Superior of the Sister of St. Benedict, Ferdinand, Indiana, celebrated her "Golden Jubilee" her fiftieth year of religious life. The celebration began the evening before with a pageant "The Service Beautiful" depicting the life of Mother Seraphine. The cast of the pageant which was written by Sister Theresa and orchestrated by Sister Cyrilla, both of Ferdinand Academy, included the 115 students of the academy. 140 chirdren in the Ferdinand grade school, the 24 Novices and 37 Sisters. The A. I. C. Orchestra of 25 girls played. The Pontifical Mass was held at 9 a. m. Monday with the Right Reverend Bishop Ritter, bishop of the Indianapolis' diocese as celebrant. The Abbey Choir of St. Meinard was in charge of the music. The Right Reverend Abbot Ignatuis Esser of St. Meinrad Abbey delivered the sermon during which he paid tribute to the beautiful life led by Mother Seraphina. At the offertory of the Mass Mother Seraphina ascended the alter steps and kneeling before the altar renewed her vows made fifty years ago, her voluntary poverty, perpetual chastity and obedience to the Holy Rule of St. Benedict and her superiors; thus giving herself anew to the service of God and to that of her spiritual daughters. A banquet was aerved at 11:30 a. m. for the large number of priests who attended and for Mother Seraphine'y relatives. Boys Rescued From R.R. Reservoir Quick thinking and determination on the part of Paul Stotler, 16, son of Rev. T. L. Stotler of Lincoln City, averted a possible tragedy last Thursday when a boat in which he and three companions, Junior Jones, 15, George Woods, 14, and Joe Woods, 12, were rowing in the Southern railroad reservoir at Lincoln City, overturned in 10 feet of water and about 50 feet from shore. Paul Stotler was the only boy that could swim and through his efforts, he saved the other boys by taking one by one to the shore. Junior Jones was the last boy he rescued and when he got to him he had gone down the last time and was unconcious but after getting him to the shore, he was revived.
|Title||The Dale News, vol. 1, no. 21, June 3, 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|