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1 Marshall Co. Hstorcal Socety 5 test Garro St, Plymouth, Xrtd. Monthly "FARM and HOME" Secton Wth Ths Week's Edton THE CULVER CTZEN ON LAKE MAXNKUCKEE NDANA'S MOST BEAUTFUL LAKE 67TH YEAR, NO. 5 CULVER, NDANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 96 TEN CENTS Chrstmas Busness Dscussed Reveals Feelngs Of The Naton By ROGER W. BAUSON No. U.S. Economst BABSON PARK, MASS. There are many reasons why we should be greatly nterested n Chrstmas busness, whether we are clerks, storekeepers, manufacturers, or consumers. Chrstmas Trade As A Busness Gauge The feelng's of the naton, are usually revealed n the volume a n d the temper of Chrstmas buyng. A number of years ago was of the opnon that statstcs dctated Roger W. Bab son the naton's busness, partcularly as regards credt avalable and workers' wages. But now have cohe to realze that busness s ruled not only by fgures, but also very much by feelngs. t s encouragng to note at ths tme that an mpartal study of the probabltes for 96 Chrstmas busness ndcates that people throughout the country are feelng good. Even at a "tme when the world stuaton s dark, our people seem ready to honor Chrstmas n tradtonally happy style. Let us all do whatever we can to encourage ths atttude. Let us make gfts to those n need. Let us keep n mnd what joy and happness we can brng to others, nstead of what profts the gfts may brng' to us. To help gude my footsteps n ths drecton have erected a sgn near the Great Babson Globe (the largest revolvng Globe n the world) that reads:, "FOR WHAT S A MAN PRO FTED, F HE SHALL GAN THE WORLD AND LOSE HS OWN SOUL?" Purchasng Supports Employment There s, of course, more to Chrstmas buyng than mmedately greets the eye. When you select a present for a relatve or a frend, you actually begn an ndvdual busness cycle. Not only do you gve pleasure to the person recevng the gft, but you k gve materal help to the retaler, provdng hm wth the cash that he requres to conduct hs mportant dstrbutng operatons. Remember, too, that your money not only gves hm hs small proft (a few cents out of *your dollar), but t also moves along n part to the producer, the clerks, the landlord, the advertsng outlets, and others drectly or ndrectly nvolved. 5f specal sgnfcance s the fact that the storekeeper's payment to the manufacturer permts hm to employ more people. The manufacturer's workers tend to spend ther wages at the store, thus completng the all-mportant cycle. When the cycle descrbed works smoothly, the entre naton enjoys prosperous tmes. f the cycle breaks down at any pont, busness and employment declne (they are two barometers that always move together). Then, unless somethng s done to repar the break, we are lkely to slde nto a depresson., Holday Buyng, «All sgns thus far pont to a good Chrstmas buyng season for M (Contnued on Page 5) CHRSTMAS TREES FOR SALE by Troop 9 of local Boy Scouts. $. and up. Nce selecton. See them at Mel's Standard Servce Staton, corner of Man and Washngton Sts. Saturday, 9 to 8:3; Sunday, to 5; Monday, to 6; Tuesday through Frday, to 8:3. Also for sale: Beautful Chrstmas wreaths. Support your local Scouts. 9-n Santa Claus s Comng To Town Saturday Wll Arrve At Lbrary At P.M. Santa Claus wll make hs annual vst to Culver ths Saturday to talk to all the boys and grls. Santa told the Ctzen that he would lke to see every boy and grl from around Culver. Hs trusted helpers, the Culver- Unon Townshp Fre Department, wll see that he rdes down Lake Shore Drve and Man Street n tme to arrve at the Culver Publc Lbrary at p.m. Santa hopes that everyone can get n to tell hm what they want, before o'clock. Santa's frends from the Culver Chamber of Commerce wll be there too, and have made plans to provde a treat for all of the jolly old gent's guests. Area Churches Offer mpressve Chrstmas Rtes Schedules Are Announced The event of the brth of Chrst,'Chrstmas; s beng observed n the varous churches of the communty wth many specal meetngs, class partes, and chldren's programs. E. U.B. Schedule The sermon for Sunday mornng worshp servce at Emmanuel Evangelcal Unted Brethren Church at :3 a.m. Dec. 7 s "The Prnce of Peace." Sunday, Dec. 7 wll be a combned Famly Nght and Annual Chrstmas Program. The chldren and young people of the church wll present the program at 7:3 p.m., under the drecton of Mrs. ra Cromley and Mrs. Jesse Sms. The theme of the pageant wll be "Home" For Chrstmas." Choral musc wll be suppled by the Youth Fellowshp. The Famly Nght carry-n dnner wll be at 6 o'clock n the church socal hall, precedng the program. The evenng s beng planned by Jesse Whte, Sunday School Superntendent. Thursday, Dec., the WSWS wll have ther General Meetng, whch s a combned meetng of Mary & Martha and Sunshne Crcles. Mrs. Phllp Mddleton s program charman. A Chrstmas fantasy enttled "Angels' Pont of Vew," wll hghlght the program, at 7:5 p.m. n the Church Socal Hall. All women of tha church are nvted. Saturday, Dec. 3 at 6:3 p.m., the Youth Fellowshp and the pastor are gong out carolng. Anyone who wshes s welcome to go along. Sunday, Dec. Sunday School wll be at 9:3 a.m., and Mornng Worshp at :3 a.m., regular hours. The sermon topc for that mornng wll be "God Wth Us." n the evenng, n place otf the usual 8 p.m. servce, there wll be a specal candlelght servce at p.m. The message wll be, "And t Came To Rass." The church chor wll partcpate n the candlelght servce. Emmanuel E.U.B. Church, desrng for one and all the blessngs of the Chrstmas season now and throughout the year, nvtes your attendance at these servces. Grace Unted Church A Chrstmas choral vesper servce wll be presented by the Grace Church chor n the sanctuary of the church on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 7 at.3 p.m. The chor wll be under the actng drectorshp of Mrs. Judson DHlon, accompaned by the organst, Mss (Contnued on Pago 3) Attend Annual -H Dary Conference mm The -H grls and boys n ths pcture enjoyed a contnuous round of nsprng actvtes at the 7th Annual -H Dary Conference n Chcago, Nov. 3-Dee.. Ths group was welcomed to Chcago by Pure Mlk Assocaton, dary farmer cooperatve servng from, to 3, members n ndana, llnos, and Wsconsn. PMA sponsored ther trp to the Conference. Seated, left to rght: Judy Canada, Route, Jamestown; Mavs Campbell, Route, North Judson; and Judy Saathoff, Route, Lafayette. Standng, left to rght: PMA Dstrct 7 Drector Glen Schafer, Lakevlle; Wlford Hahn, Route, Bremen; Larry Mllemon, Route., Judson; Janes R. Beehler, Route, Wakarusa; and PMA Dstrct 8 Drector W. E. Klne, Route, Culver. Allen Bray n Chorus Of TV Show Dec. The Chor School of St. Thomas Church, Ffth Ave., New York Cty, has been chosen by Leonard Bernsten to provde the chorsters for hs show, "A Joyful Nose," sponsored by the Ford Motor Company. Allen Bray, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Allen F. Bray of Culver Mltary Academy, was chosen as one of the twenty boys and fve alternates to rehearse wth Mr. Bernsten n hs apartment on Frday afternoon and the show was taped at a CBS studo on Monday. The show wll be ared on Thursday nght, Dec., at 7:3 p.m. Veterans Repar Used Toys For Needy Chldren Members of the Veterans of Foregn Wars Post 699 are reparng used toys to gve to needy chldren, at Chrstmas. They are badly n need of more toys for ths purpose and anyone havng toys to donate may gve them to any member of the V.F.W., leave them at the door of the Club, or call the Club after p.m. and the toys wll be pcked up. CADETS OF CMA BEGN CHRSTMAS VACATON t The corps of cadets of Culver Mltary Academy wll leave Frday noon, Dec. 5, to begn ther annual Chrstmas vacaton wth famly and frends. Cadets wll return on Tuesday, Jan., and classes wll resume the followng day. Employees wll nave vacaton on Monday, Dec. 5, and Monday, Jan.. SOMETHNG TO REMEMBER Before you place your order wth another prnter remember that The Culver Press, nc. also gves you or your organzaton the extra dvdend of extensve FREE publcty n t s newspaper, The Culver Ctzen. Chrstmas ssue Of The Ctzen s Next Week Next week's ssue of The Culver Ctzen wll be our bg Chrstmas number contanng many specal Yuletde features as well as the tradtonal holday greetngs from nearly all of the busness establshments and professonal people n ths area. f you have overlooked sgnng up for ether a Chrstmas or New Year's llustrated greetng we suggest you call The Ctzen at once at Vkng Prces range from $3.6 up and several beautful greetng ads are stll avalable. Methodst Church Dsplays Pantng By Jean Wllams The Culver Methodst Church has on dsplay a most unusual and approprate Chrstmas decoraton. Ths s a greatly enlarged copy of Gotto's famous "Adoraton of the Mag." The copy was panted by Jean Wllams of Culver, wfe of Warner Wllams, artst-n-resdence of the Culver Mltary Academy. Mrs. Wllams, n dong the pantng, encountered many dffcultes. She worked from a very small copy of the pantng whch she enlarged to 8' x 7'. The orgnal, whch s a fresco done for the Scrovegm Chapel n Padua, taly, s badly chpped, so that Mrs. Wllam's enlargement necessarly became a restoraton also. The "Adoraton" scene now appears as t mght have looked when Gotto panted t. The pantng s on the front lawn of the Methodst church and s llumnated at nght.. The publc s nvted to drve by for a vew of ths truly mpressve work of Mrs. Wllams. Arrve For Weddng Lus Benedcto and hs mother, Mrs. Saturnno, arrved here Sunday from Caracus, Venezuela, S. A., for the weddng of Mr. Benedcto and Mss Kathy Kranng whch wll be held Saturday. Fve Cvlan Defense Offcers Apponted James McAllster To Head Personnel Ots R. Bowen, M.D., Bremen, nd., Drector of Health Servces for Marshall County Cvl Defense, today announced the appontment of two staff operatons offcers, Bruce Van Der W T eele and Keth Felx. Mr. Van Der Weele, promnent busness man of Argos, attended ndana Unversty, he has had years of servce n the actve reserves and served n World War. He holds the rank of Lt. Col. Mr. Felx lves n. Plymouth. He graduated from Purdue Unversty n 9. He served n the Marne Corps n the Pacfc theater. He s presently a Lt. Col. n the Marne Corps Reserve and s servng as the Tranng Offcer of the South Bend Marne Corps Volunteer Tranng Unt. For years he was manager of the Land Bank Assocaton of Plymouth. He s now n the real estate and nsurance busness. The dutes of these two staff operatons offcers are to assst the drector and deputy drector and to establsh and supervse a tranng program for the personnel; n tme of dsaster they wll also serve as lason offcers between the medcal and other departments of cvl defense; Chefs of three of t h e fve branches of the Health Servces have also been apponted. Headng the Personnel Branch s James W. McAllster of Culver. Mr. McAllster has been an assstant casher n The State Exchange Bank at Culver for the past 8 years. He s a major n the Ar Force Reserves. He s actve n numerous cvc functons and organzatons n Culver, and s charman of the Red Cross Blood Program for Unon Townshp. Headng the Supply Branch s Merrtt Sknner. Mr. Sknner lkewse has had a long and dstngushed career n the servce. He spent 8 years n the Actve Reserves of the U. S. Army and recently retred wth the rank of Lt. Col. Mr. Sknner s a graduate of the Command and General Staff College and served as the Purchasng and Contractng Offcer of the European. Theater Chef Quartermaster's Offce n World War. He served as nstructor for 8 years n the U.S.A. reserve program. He has been a pharmacst n Plymouth snce 93. Headng the Mortuary Branch wll be Francs W. Johnson of Plymouth. Mr. Johnson has been a Funeral Drector n Plymouth for 8 years. He s a former Mayor of Plymouth. He was a frst sergeant for 3 % years n a Medcal Collectng Company n the Medcal Corps durng World War. The Chefs of the two remanng branches, namely Medcal Care and Heath Protecton, wll be named soon. Dr. Bowen stated that the qualfcatons, experence, reputaton, and ntegrty of the gentlemen, who have accepted appontments to these non-payng publc servce postons, wll assure Marshall County that ther Health Servces Department wll be guded by capable ndvduals. The prevous mltary servce of these men n staff postons wll be benefcal n preparaton of plans for each type of catastrophe that our County mght encounter. Dr. Bowen also stated that he hoped to arrange for an organzaton meetng of the chefs of each department around the frst of the year. The tme and place of the meetng wll be announced and any nterested ctzen wll be welcome to attend. HALF the new jobs created n the next years wll be flled by women.

2 ?HE CTZEN PAGE Culver, ndana Wednesday, December S, 96 Fre Destroys Home Of The Leonard Repps All Are Belongngs Total Loss Fre > undetermned orgn complp' 'ly destroyed the home of JMr. and Mrs. Leonard Repp, on the John Rggen farm south of Monterey, at 7:5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec.. Mr. and Mrs. Repp and bahy son were lvng temporarly at the home of the former's parents n 'Monterey, snce Mrs. Repp's return from the hosptal wth the new baby, and whle awatng nstallaton of a new water pump n f.her own home. >A furnshngs, clothng, per- ; <>onal belongngs, and a pet dog : were lost n the fre, as well as some property of Mrs. Repp's sster, Mss Karen Kemple, whch were stored at the Repp home whle Mss Kemple s employed at ndanapols. The house was partally covered by nsurance, but there was no nsurance on te contents. Mrs. Repp s the. former Mary Ann Kemple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kemple of Culver. The Monterey and Culver Communtes are contrbutng gfts of money, household artcles, and clothng fo the baby and parents. Anyone havng furnture, clothng, or fnancal assstance for fths famly may contact Clyde Shvely t G Pearl St., Culver. Plan Commsson Mkes Study f Ctzens Voce Ther Opnons At a recent meetng of the Culver Town Plan Commsson, pettons,.whch had been presented to the CulVe Town Board, were receved and accepted for study and eventual report to the Town Board. Although a publc, hearng would have to be held before any report Would be adopted, several persons were present and were permtted to voce ther opnons. Many spoke n favor of some of the ponts contaned n the pettons. Whle some of the ponts are just opn.ons of those preparng the pettons, other ponts a r e oonsered,b y PQan Commsson members to be partly or wholly nconect. A ctzen present at the meetng stated that he was under the mpresson that two- 'amuy dwellng's were not permuted n rural or suburban areas. Parts of the laws pertanng to hs nterest were read, -and hs was shown to be entrely ncorrect. Several persons also sad that t s the duty of the Plan Commsson to polce any volatons, whle n fact, t s the duty of the Buldng Commssoner. Actng Commsson Presdent Bernard Busart read parts of the State.(Zonng Law 'whch outlnes steps whch can be taken by any clt- Funeral Servces lad Sunday For C. S. Young Maj. Charles Stewart Young, age 8, a former Culver Mltary Academy nstructor, ded Saturday mornng at the Alfran Nursng Home at Warsaw after an llness of several months. Born at Rpley, Tenn., on Oct. 7, 8.79, he was graduated from Unon College, Jackson, Tenn., and receved a Master's degree n Englsh at the Unversty of Chcago. Hs father beng a doctor n the Army of Tennessee durng the Cvl War, Major Young had a wealth of remnscences whch be shared wth hs acquantances. He came to Culver Mltary Academy n 97 where he was an nstructor n the Englsh Department. Before leavng the Academy, he was an assstant at the lbrary there. When he retred. Major Young, beng a crtc of books as well'as a collector, presented the Academy lbrary wth a collecton of approxmately 5 well selected books of hstory and lterature. He was a. member of the Henry,H. Culver Masonc Lodge, Culver; Orak Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S., Hammond; the Ancent Accepted Scottsh Rte, Valley of South Bend; The South Bend Shrne Club; Plymouth Chapter, No. 9, R.A.M.; and the Maxnkuckee.O.O.P. Lodge. Survvng relatves nclude one nephew, Wllam Young, Florda. Masonc funeral servces were held at p.m. Sunday at the Easterday Funeral Home. Wayne E. Mattox To lead Chamber Of Commerce At the annual electon of the' Culver Unon Townshp Chamber of Commerce, held at the Culver nn last Monday, Culver's Post- j master, E. Wayne Mattox, was el-*l ected Presdeut. Colonel Wllam E. Covngton, Culver Mltary Academy busness' manager was named Vce-Pres-'l dent. Peter D. Trone, Secretary; snce 957, was contnued n that poston. Mr. Mattox succeeds Andrew Vernum, and Dr. Oscar Wesson s retrng Vce-Presdent. Fred Adams, speakng for the Chrstmas decoraton commttee, sad that the new decoratons were >r>l here and that they should be erected shortly. Deane Walker addressed the Chamber, and n a departure from the usual type of speech, presented a Chrstmas readng whch llustrated hs remarks on the need for fath n the troubled tmes we are lvng n. Hosptal Notes Mrs. Harry Smeltzer, 3 W. Madson St., Culver, was admtted to Parkvew Hosptal at Plymouth on Wednesday, Dec. 6, for treatment. Her room number s. * * * John Wagner was dsmssed from Parkvew Hosptal..last Thursday after a four-day stay n the hosptal for treatment. He s recuperatng satsfactorly. JOYVK MORRSON aen who thnks he has been SELECTE) FOR wronged by a partcular decson SPECAL ART CLASS of any plannng authorty. Joyce.Morrson, a freshman at Other persons present sad Ball State Teachers College, was they would not favor any outrght selected from freshman desgn repeal of the plannng ordnances, class to study under Margo Huff, but should any objectonable Chcago artst who.spent three parts need revson, then those weeks on the. Ball State campus. sectons mght be amended. Mrs. Huff gave the specal students two weeks to work on an Board members, n later executve sesson dscusson, were of assgnment n color, landscape, the opnon that there were so acton or some other area. many faulty ponts n the petton that they were sure that exhbt at Farweather-Hardu's* She currently has a one-artst many of the persons who sgned n Chcago.of 35 peoes she dd n ther names were not really aware New York last season. ;Mrs. Huff of the mplcatons of some of the has been a vstng artst on Ball parts. State's campus durng the sumaver. She has taught at the Art n partcular, the statement nsttute, Chcago, and the Amercan Unversty, Berut, Lebanon. that someone ownng a lot, whch dd not measure up to the zonng standards, could not buld on that Mss Morrson s the daughter lot, s false. Any lot whch was of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morrson, recorded pror to the adopton of 68 School St., Culver. She s an the zonng ordnances may be developed, n accordance wth rea bers also feel that t would be un art major. sonable mnmum area and setback requrements. on the pettons. Snce the forwse to rush through any report The Plan, Commsson members maton, of the Master Plan took feel that they should gve consderable study to the allegaton that thorough nvestgaton of each over one year, they feel that a zonng tends to curtal buldng, pont s warranted, and that they rather than encourage t. Mem- wll prepare a report accordngly. FRDAY, DECEMBER 5 Jean McCoge SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7 Mchael Jennngs Mller Mrs. Walter A. Wse Levta Ann Cartwrght MONDAY, DECEMBER 8 Guy Ott Cora Hester Arthur G. Hoffman Rev. Orvlle Westlund TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9 Larry Joe Boetsma WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Charlene Strang Peter Cleveland THURSDAY, DECEMBER Corky Overmyer Book advertsng matches for sale at The Ctzen. New samples. Plymouth Postmaster \ Apprecates Cooperaton A TRAVELER' BEST FREND AMERCAN TOURST Postmaster E. Wayne Mattox sad today: "The peak of the bg Chrstmas mal rush s just about here. ; Every postal employee s dggng n harder than ever to nsure delvery of all Chrstmas cards and gft packages before Chrstmas Day." He urges you to get your gfts and cards n the mals very soon. From now on, use Ar Mal for your Chrstmas cards and packages gong to dstant places. There s stll tme for local delvery, but, all Chrstmas <cards should be sent by Frst-Class mal, thus nsurng forwardng servce or return to you f any of them are undelverahle. Be sure that your cards and packages are addressed correctly and :that they carry your return address on the envelopes and labels. Mal early and often. Make your post offce trps between :3 and :3 p.m. to H SERVCE U.S. FORCES, GREENLAND Army Pvt. Alhert B. Templn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Templn, Route, Culver, recently arrved n Greenland and s now assgned to the 7th Artllery's Headquarters. Templn 'entered 'the ' Army n June 96 and completed basc tranng at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. TVJ 8-year-old solder was graduated from Knox Hgh School n 96. Subscrbe To The Ctzen avod crowds. Post offce wndows wll reman open from 8:3 a.m. to 5: p.m. The postmaster sad: " sncerely apprecate the fne co-operaton we are gettng from everyone. Let's keep up the good work to make ths year's 'Mal Early' campagn a rousng success.". D. back wth the best! Yes, now wth more space, Bosworth's has agan nstalled a luggage department. Back wth the best AMERCAN TOURSTER! And whethert's a fve mle trp or fve thousand t's all-the same to ths handsome, lghtweght luggage. t weghs so lttle, yet protects so much. Foam-rubber cushoned handle s extra comfortable. Locks are cam-acton, can't snap open. And the coverng's so scuff-proof you can scrub t wth a wre brush. Fve colors: Prncess Tweed, Amercan Blue, Cavaler Brown, Golden Whte, Slver Dusk. Ten styles and szes, for men or women. Amercan Tourster Tr-Taper (the only luggage that's jet flght-tested by Amercan Arlnes) starts as low.as $.95 plus federal tax. SHOP BOSWORTH'S FOR ALL YOUR CHRSTMAS CFTS FOR "HER," TOO! Now open every shoppng day 'tl Chrstmas 9 a.m. to 8:3 p.m. OTHER

3 CHURCH CLUB ojua MAXNKUCKEE EVENTS NEWS AREA Please Phone Or Delver All tems Drect To The Ctzen Vkng Deadlne: P.M. Tuesday of Each Week Church Programs (Contnued from Page ) Margaret Swansom A candlelghtng ceremony wll conclude ths servce of Chrstnas musc. A program enttled, "The Chrstmas Story," wll be presented n the Grace Church sanctuary by the chldren and youth of the church school on Thursday evenng, Dec. at 7:3 p.m. A socal hour wth refreshments wll follow n the church socal rooms. The Chrstmas worshp at Grace Church wll be held on Sunday mornng, Dec. at :3 a.m. The sermon ttle wll be, "Caesar's Decree and God's Purpose." Members and. frends are cordally nvted to attend any of the worshp or specal programs at Grace Church. Culver Bble Church The Culver Bble Church's Chrstmas Program s to be on Dec., at 7 p.m. The Scrptures, relatng the conng of Chrst as a lttle babe and the purpose of Hs comng, wll le narrated by the men of the church. There wll be a chor, tro, duet, and solo numbers between the varous Scrpture readngs. The ntermedate Chor s under the drecton of Mrs. Martha Robnson and the Junor Chor s under the drecton of Mrs. Don Taylor. The pastor, Rev. Paul Kng,. wll brng the closng remarks. The young folk of the Culver Bble Church are plannng on gong Chrstmas carolng. They wll be under the drecton of Leon Pollock. Hbbard E. U. B. Church The annual Chrstmas program t>f the Hfbbard Evangelcal Unted Brethren Church wll be held on Frday, Dec., begnnng at 7:5 p.m. The program s enttled "The Angels' Messages" and wll be supplemented wth the chor and specal musc. The Sunshne Class wll hold ther Chrstmas meetng on Sunday evenng, Dec. 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lowry. Money used for exchange of gfts n prevous years wll be sent ths year to some church home. Culver Methodst Church Varous groups n the church have held Chrstmas partes and meetngs or carred on Chrstmas projects. The Unted Class held ts annual Chrstmas dnner on Nov. 9. The Pathfnder Class wll decorate the church and provde a Chrstnas for a chld at the Lebanon home. The Daughters of Ruth Class met Dec. 3 and wll make a gft to the Lebanon Home. The WSCS wll hold ts Chrstmas meetng on Dec.. The Wde Awake Class meets for a Chrstmas meetng on Dec. and wll make a Chrstmas gft to the Henderson Settlement n' Kentucky. The whole church and Sunday School wll also partculate n provdng food for Chrstmas baskets and money for chldren around the world. The Chrstmas Communon wll be held on Chrstnas Eve at p.m. The full servce wth the assstance of the chor wll be provded for all who would care to come and share n ths act of worshp. The annual Chrstmas program wll be gven at 7 p.m., Dec. 7 n the nave of the church. "The Nature of a Gft," a Chrstmas Fantasy, wrtten by D. L. Emblen, wll be presented. t features many adults and youth as well as every age group n the Sunday School through the Junor Hgh. Everyone s welcome to come and enjoy ths program. t la drected by Mrs. Thomas E. Walker. The junor hgh and senor hgh Youth Groups wll have Chrstnas partes and wll also do carolng before Chrstmas. The Senor Hgh Group s holdng a Chrstnas Tea for the senor members of the church at 3:3 p.m., Dec. 7 n the Lounge. Burr Oak Church of God The annual Chrstmas program of the Burr Oak Church of God wll be presented Sunday nght, Dec. 7, begnnng at 7:3. A candlelght servce, "A Lght Out Of Darkness," wll be the feature of the program. The servce wll tell the story of Chrst, the Lght of the world, dspellng the darkness that flled the world. The symbol of the servce s that ths Lght that has been passed on from generaton to generaton stll shnes today, and we pass ths Lght from one to another that the lght of Chrst mght shne brghtly n the lves of the people of the world. Muscal selectons sung by the chor wll be used to emphasze the story of the lfe of Chrst. The publc s cordally nvted to worshp wth us at ths tme. Trnty Lutheran Church On Frday, Dec., the Sunday School o f Trnty Lutheran Church wll present a program enttled " Love You Lord Jesus." The servce wll begn at 7:3 p.m. Followng a practce whch was begun when Trnty was frst organzed, Rev. R. J. Mueller announces that the congregaton wll also observe Chrstmas Eve wth a specal mdnght candlelght servce at :3 p.m. Vstors and guests are cordally nvted to attend these servces. Burr Oak E. U. B. Church At worshp servce on Sunday, Dec. 7, to convene at 9 a.m., Rev. Carlson from Logansport, wll be guest speaker. The annual Chrstmas program at the Burr Oak Evangelcal Unted Brethren Church wll be gven at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 7. On! Frday, Dec: 5, the W. S. W. S. Crcle wll have a potluck supper at 6:3 p.m. to be followed wth a gft exchange. The Youth Fellowshp wll have a carolng party on Saturday, Dec. 3, to begn at 6:3 p.m. St. Mary's of the Lake- Rev. Joseph A. Lenk, pastor of St. Mary's of the Lake Catholc Church, announces Masses on Chrstmas Day at 7, 7:3, 8 Hgh Mass and Sermon, followed by 9, 9:3, & a.m. Masses. The regular schedule of Masses on Sunday s 7, S and a.m. Confessons wll be heard on Saturday, Dec. 3, from to 5:3 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Our Lady of Vctory Mssonary Ssters, who conduct.weekly relgous nstructons for the chldren of the parsh, have arranged a Chrstmas program for all members of the parsh Sunday, Dec. 7 at p.m. n the parsh recreaton room. Susan She wll open the program wth a baton twrlng exhbton. Anthony Mars wll be master of ceremones. The kndergarten and frst grade boys and grls wll recte a Chrstmas verse followed by "The Story of Love, Joy and Peace." Joan Kosterman wll portray Mary, and Rchard Cooper wll portray Joseph. Peggy She wll portray Angel Gabrel. Deborah Bell, Mary Jo Fshback, Melssa A Lvng Memoral r Guse, Mellnda Kuhn, Angela Lette, Colleen Hallnan, Frances Wlson, and Susan Wlson wll portray the lttle angels. The shepherds wll be portrayed by Blly Lette, James Stevens, Joseph Renhold, and Danny Ruz, and the three kngs wll be portrayed by Chrstopher Kefer, Jose Brones, and Jerome LeMar. The program wl come to a close wth the. sngng of "O, Come All Ye Fathful" and ".Joy to the World" by the audence. Santa Claus wll be present to greet all the chldren and wll present each chld of the parsh' wth a gft. A potluck supper wll follow the program wth Mrs. Herman Gardner n charge of arrangements. New Arrvals Mr. and Mrs. Allen Denne, College Ave., announce the brth of a son, born Wednesday, Dec. 6, at Memoral Hosptal n South Bend. The baby weghed 7 pounds ounces, and has been named Stuart Allen. Mrs. Denne and son returned home from the hosptal on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurce Curts are the maternal grandparents. * * Mr. and Mrs. Robert May, 63 School St., announce the brth of a son on Sunday, Dee., at Memoral Hosptal ll South Bend. The new arrval weghed 5 pounds, S ounces, and has been named Km Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Repp of Monterey announce the brth of a son, Robert James, on Dec..'! at Woodlawn Hosptal, Rochester. 9 S. MAN ST. CULVER The baby weghed 9 pounds, 6 U ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kemple of Culver are the maternal grandparents. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McCavty r of Culver are the parents of a daughter, born Monday, Dec., at Parkvew Hosptal n Plymouth. Rng's Daughters Class Holds Chrstmas Meetng Members of the Kng's Daughters Class of the Evangelcal Unted Brethren Church met Frday noon for a potluck dnner at the lome of Mrs. ra Klne. Devotons were gven by Mrs. Eva. Heser. Followng the dnner a Chrstmas program was presented by Mrs. Grace Malott and Mrs. James Burkett, whch ncluded Chrstmas readngs and poems. A busness meetng was conducted and to conclude the afternoon a Chrstmas was enjoyed. gft exchange THE CTZEN PACE 8 Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 8, Crescent Class To Have Potluck Supper The Orescent group of the Grace Unted Church wll have a potluck supper at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec., n th^ Church socal rooms. There wll be a 75 cent gft exchange O.E.S. To Observe Past {Matrons and Patrons Nj*h< Past Matrons and Past Patron.; Nght wll be observed at the stated meetng of the Emly Jape Culver Chapter of the Order o Eastern Star at 7:3 p:m. on Tuesday, Dec. 9, n the Masonc Hall. Ron ON LAKE MAXNKUCKEE C U L V E R. N D A N A JON US AT OUR S U N D A Y Fne Groceres and Meats At Low Prces CRSCO For Fryng & Bakng sou Campbell's Most Varetes Green Brdseye Peas pkgs. 35c BUFFET Pannng of Deshler, Oho. and Earl Mshler, students at Valparaso Unversty, spent the weekend wth the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mtehler,. 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4 H M. - nl. Culver, ndana Wednesday, December S, 96 E E FORTHfW THE WEEH Frday, December 5 : p.m. Sttchery Club wll meet wth Mrs. Anna Overnyer. : p.m. Loyal Women's Class of Grace Church wll meet n the socal rooms. Monday, ]>ce-mber 8 7: p.m. Boy Scouts wll meet at Methodst Church. 8: p.m. V.F.W. Auxlary meetng at Post Home. Tuesday, December 7:3 p.m. Order of Eastern Star stated meetng and Past Matrons and Patrons Nnght. Wednesday, December 6: p.m. Crescent Class potluck supper at Grace Church. Thursday, December 7:3 p.m. Wde Awake Class Chrstnas party at the home of Mrs. Herschel Rector. 7.O.Y. Class Enjoys Chrstmas Party 8: p.m. Tr Kappa Chrstmas party n the home of Mrs. Rchard McClure. Tuesday evenng 5 members of the J.O.Y. class of the Evangelcal Unted Brethren Church ejoyed ther annual Chrstmas dnner party n the church socal j:ooms. /: Eght guests ncluded; Mrs. \Valter Chsholm and chldren, Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haney, jylrs. Clfford Layman, and Davd Burns, Sr. The tables, n front of a beautful Chrstmas tree, were decorated wth pne branches, red candles, and mnature Chrstmas trees, angels, and churches. After a delcous dnner A. R. McKesson read an nsprng sermon and prayer, wrtten by the Rev. Norman Vncent Peale enttled *>'The Greatest Man Alve Today." A medley of Chrstmas musc was played on the pano by Merl Crabb, who also accompaned the group as they sang Chrstmas carols. An exchange of gfts was enjoyed durng the socal hour Legon Auxlary Chrstmas [Party Honors Gold Star Mothers Twenty-three members and guests enjoyed the Legon Auxlary Chrstmas dnner party at the Post Home Wednesday evenng, Dec. (. The followng Gold Star Mothers were specal guests and were gven. specal Chrstmas gfts: Mrs. Blanch Fnney, Mrs. Hazel Thornburg, Mrs. Clyde Hckman, Mrs. Eml Krull, and Mrs. C. B. McKnney. After a bountful turkey dnner at beautfully decorated tables n the Chrstmas motf, gfts were. ^ ' ' ',,' Cl. ll" evenng were eujoyeu. Happy " brthday was sung to mas tree. Mrs. Carre Benn, who was celebratng her S3rd brthday. Mrs. Hckman and Mrs. Emerson won two lovely homespun The hostess commttee memjchrstnas n a drawng. musc and a socal bers present were Mrs. Jack rugs Tay ura ueea. lor, Mrs. Lester Brown, and Mrs Jane Shock was a Tuesday overnght guest of Susan She at Route, Culver. The tmeless beauty of LL^ARTEMS Tmeless fashon matches pulsatng colors. Tone on tone layers of msty nylon trcot that lve a lfe of luxury wthout a care. Handcutout lace applques are color-backed and brghtened. The bodce held softly by crushed nylon straps. Almond duet, tangerne duet, pnk plum, peacock, plush rose duet, sapphre duet, aqua duet. Szes 3 to. Ann Page Ched-O-Bt, Amercan CHEESE SPREAD Cake Mx Gft Wrap Jane Parker Frut Cake Walnut Meats n Shell Pecans -oz. pkg. pkgs. 9c Nestle's Choc. Chps 39c 8 rolls n box % -oz. pkg. 9c Hershey Bars 39c 3-lb. sze 5-oz. pkg. $.85 A&P Seedless Rasns 5c Kf-oz. pkg'. -oz. pkg. 99c Roedng's Dred Fgs 33c None Such lb. 9c Mnce Meat -lb. box Crestwood Chocolates $.98 A&P Mnce Meat G.W. Brand, Pure Granulated Sugar Eagle Rver Straned Cranberry Sauce Sultana A&P Brand, Our Fnest Frozen Concentrated 8-oz. jar 59c O-oz. pkfr. 5c tns 8^ 33-oz $ W tns 3 6-oz. tns A&P Brand 6-oz. pkg. No. tn CO Vacuum HEP Packed *t! SNCE 883 ARGOS, NDANA roremost FOOD RETALER... SNCE 859 THE CHEAT ATLANTC * facec TEA COMfANY ALL PRCES EFFECTVE THRU SATURDAY, DEC. t, 56 D SAVE CASH AT A&P! S

5 O.K.S. Auxlary Meets Members of the Eastern Star Auxlary met Monday evenng, Dec., n the beautfully decorated club rooms of the Masonc Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Wllam Washburn, Mrs. Paul Saft, Mrs. Merle McCune, Mrs. Cleo Rngle, and Mrs. Fred Banks. Mrs. Donald Parson, presdent, opened the meetng wth a poem, "Chrstmas Bells," and conducted the busness sesson, followng whch she gave a readng enttled, "s There A Santa Claus?" Delcous refreshments were served by the hostesses and a gft exchange was enjoyed. The remander of the evenng was spent at cards wth Mrs. Owen Banks wnnng the flnch prze, and Mrs. Wlber Taylor recevng the brdge prze. Ace Of Clubs Enjoys Chrstmas Party- Members of the Ace of Clubs enjoyed ther annual Chrstmas party and gft exchange at Schorl's Restaurant n Plymouth Frday evenng. Those attendng were Mrs. Dan Werck, Mrs. Earl Eckman, Mrs. Wllam Washburn, Mrs. Roy Ragsdale, Mrs. Raymond ves, Mrs. Harry Baker, Mrs. Verl Mc- Feely, Mrs. Howard Shock. Mrs. Raymond Lowry. and Mrs. Charles Ferrer. Culver Rebekahs Hold Chrstnas Meetng; Nneteen members and two guests attended the potluck supper and Chrstmas party of the Culver Rebekah Lodge held Tuesday evenng n the Lons Den. A gft exchange was enjoyed and gfts were brought for resdents of the Odd Fellows Home at Greensburg, nd., as well as local Rebekah shut-n members. A muscal program was presented by Mrs. Donald Mkesell and Mrs. Max Geger and Mrs. Kenneth Wllams was Santa Claus. Mrs. John Rosebaum wll jon the organzaton n February. Hostesses for the affar were Mrs. Al Poppe, Mrs. Donovan Overmyer, and Mrs. Kenneth Ruby. The next regular meetng wll convene on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Mrs. Samuel Buswell Named Presdent Of Local War Mothers Nne members of the Culver Mothers of World War met Monday evenng for ther Chrstmas party. annual Followng a dnner at the M & M Restaurant, the group went to the home of Mrs. Lon Wolverton where a busness meetng and electon of offcers was held. Offcers elected were Mrs. Samuel Buswell, presdent; Mrs. Harry Young, vce-presdent; Mrs. Lester Brown, secretary; Mrs. Dela May, fnancal secretary; and Mrs. Elza Hawkns, treasurer. A socal hour and gft exchange concluded the meetng. THE CTZEN PAGE " CulTcr, ndana Wednesday, December 3,!M> Tr Kappa Sets December 8 For Chrstmas Observance The Epslo Nu chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa wll be entertaned at a Chrstmas Party and gft exchange at the home o Mrs. Rchard McClure, 56 Lberty St., Monday, Dec. 8, at 8 p.m. Assstng hostesses are Mrs. Robert Curts, Mrs. James Persol, Mrs. Robert Bauman, and Mrs. J. Dck Newman. Gfts of toys are to be brought to be used for Chrstnas gftng to the needy. ' O. T. SMTH TREE SURGERY AND LANDSCAPNG WO 8 Long Pont H. L. RECTOR Boat House Frames Mcrol Pers, Steps, Ladders South Shore Drve Phone Vkng -33 Bgger Returns On SaWllgS mam Our Qurml Rat te s 3V % Marsha!! Csunfy Buldng & Loan Assocaton N. MCHGAN ST. PLYMOUTH >. L. MeKESSOX, Seorefary 5 On 'am ttkool belk me Tmex and Westclox Wrst Watches, $6.95 up Lmted supply of new Norelco and Remngton Elec. Shavers (reg. $6.95), $9.95 Lades' Remngton Elec. Shavers avalable also at reduced prces Amty Bllfolds Sheaffer's Pens and Sets Yes, Weather-Brd Shoes are ready to answer the call to class. Here, you see, just a few of our many styles for school. Each desgn strkes a perfect balance between comfort and neat good looks. So round-up your youngsters... brng them n today for a wonderful Weather-Brd fttng. $5.99 to $6.99 Others from $.99 V m Chrstmas and Top Ten Records Cosmetcs A Gft Set For Any Member of the Famly! Eastman Kodak Cameras Toys For All Ages Chrstmas Tree Decoratons Hallmark Cards, Gft Wrappng and Rbbons > Free Gft FREE! The marvelous Weather-Brd Space Band wth each purchase of wonderful Weather-Brd Shoes Wrappng COLVER CTY DRUG STORE 5n Plymouth

6 O.E.S. Auxlary Meets Members of the Eastern Star Auxlary met Monday evenng, Dec., n the beautfully decorated club rooms of the Masonc Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Wllam Washburn, Mrs. Paul Saft, Mrs. Merle McCune, Mrs. Cleo Rngle, and Mrs. Fred Banks. Mrs. Donald Parson, presdent, opened the meetng wth a poem, "Chrstmas Bells," and conducted the busness sesson, followng whch she gave a readng enttled, "s There A Santa Claus?" Delcous refreshments were served by the hostesses and a gft exchange was enjoyed. The remander of the evenng was spent at cards wth Mrs. Owen Banks wnnng the flnch prze, and Mrs. Wlber Taylor recevng the brdge prze. Ace Of Clubs Enjoys Chrstmas Party Members of the Ace of Clubs enjoyed ther annual Chrstmas party and gft exchange at Schor's Restaurant n Plymouth Frday evenng. Those attendng were Mrs. Dan Werck, Mrs. Earl Eckman, Mrs. Wllam Washburu, Mrs. Hoy Ragsdale, Mrs. Raymond ves, Mrs. Harry Baker, Mrs. Verl Mc- Feely, Mrs. Howard Shock, Mrs. Raymond Lowry, and Mrs. Charles Ferrer. Culver Rebekahs Hold Chrstnas Meetng Nneteen members and two guests attended the potluck supper and Chrstmas party of the Culver Rebekah Lodge held Tuesday evenng n the Lons Den. A gft exchange was enjoyed and gfts were brought for resdents of the Odd Fellows Home at Oreensburg, nd., as well as local Rebekah shut-n members. A muscal program was presented by Mrs. Donald Mkesell and Mrs. Max Geger and Mrs. Kenneth Wllams was Santa Claus. Mrs. John Rosebaum wll jon the organzaton n February. Hostesses for the affar were Mrs. Al Poppe, Mrs. Donovan Overmyer, and Mrs. Kenneth Ruby. The next regular meetng wll convene on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Mrs. Samuel Buswell Named Presdent Of Local War Mothers Nne members of the Culver Mothers of World War met Monday evenng for ther annual Chrstmas party. Followng a dnner at the M & M Restaurant, the group went to the home of Mrs. Lon Wolverton where a busness meetng and electon of offcers was held. Offcers elected were Mrs. Samuel Buswell, presdent; Mrs. Harry Young, vce-presdent; Mrs. Lester Brown, secretary; Mrs. Dela May, fnancal secretary; and Mrs. Elza Hawkns, treasurer. A socal hour and gft exchange concluded the meetng. THE CTZEN PAGE 5 Culrcr, ndana Wednesday, December 3, 6 Tr Kappa Sets December 8 For Chrstmas Observance The Epslon Nu chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa wll be entertaned at a Chrstmas Party and gft exchange at the home of Mrs. Rchard McClure, 56 Lberty St., Monday, Dec. S, at 8 p.m. Assstng hostesses are Mrs. Robert Curts, Mrs. James Persol, Mrs. Robert Bauman, and Mrs. J. Dck Newman. Gfts of toys are to be brought to be used for Chrstmas gftng to the needy. O. T. SMTH TREE SURGERY AND LANDSCAPNG WO 8 Long Pont FOR THAT "MAN" N YOUR LFE A GFT FROM H. L. RECTOR Boat House Frames Metal Pers, Steps, Ladders South Shore Drve Phone Vkng n Bgger Returns Sn Sawgs. Current Rat 3 Ss 3V % Marshal! County Assocaton N. MCHGAN ST. >. L. MeKKSSOX, Secretary Buldng & Loan PLYMOUTH On Elec. Shavers (reg. $6.95 $9.95 $ Lades' Remngton Elec. Shavers avalable also at reduced prces Yes, Weather-Brd Shoes are ready to answer the call to class. Here, you see, just a few of our many styles for school. Each desgn strkes a perfect calp.nee between comfort and neat good looks. So round-up your youngsters... brng them n today for a wonderful Weather-Brd ttncr. $5.99 to $6.99 Others from $.99 Amty Bllfolds Sheaffer's Pens and Sets Chrstmas and Top Ten Records Cosmetcs A Gft Set For Any Member of the Famly! Eastman Kodak Cameras Toys For All Ages Chrstmas Tree Decoratons Free Gft FREE! The marvelous Weather-Brd Spxce Band wth each purcha.->< of wonderful AVcather-Brd Shoe* Wrappng 9 Hallmark Cards, Gft Wrappng and Rbbons mm CULVER CTY DRUG STORE On Plymouth

7 THE CTZEN PAGE o Culver, ndana Wednesday;, December 8, lufl Jala egram DALE W. McMLLEX, JK. Dale W. McMllen, Jr., presdent of Central Soya Company, nc., Fort Wayne, nd., has ac- cepted the poston of general charman n a $,995, development program for Culver Mltary Academy. The program, called Culver's Program for Excellence, s desgned prmarly to mprove teachers' salares and to expand scholarshps at the northern n- ;lana college preparatory school. n makng the announcement of Mr. McMllen's appontment. Major General Delmar T. Spvey, JSAF (Ret.), Culver superntendent, sad, "We are fortunate to have a man of Mr. McMllen's abltes to drect ths program that means so much to the future of Culver. Mr. McMllen s one of the country's leadng busness executves, a man of experence and percepton n educatonal af- Cars, and a loyal son of Culver." Mr. McMllen, a n Academy graduate of 93, s a member of the Board of Drectors of The Culver Educatonal Foundaton, do non-proft organzaton that operates the Academy and Culver Summer Schools. A graduate of Northwestern Jtversty, he has been assocated vth Central Soya snce 936 and Has been presdent snce 95. le s a past presdent of the Cul- /er Legon, the alumn organzaton of the Academy. Among Mr. McMllen's many busness and cvc postons are: drector, Fort Wayne Natonal Bank; presdent, board of Avaton Commssoners, Fort Wayne; member of the Board of Trustees and charman of the t'uldng Commttee of the Frst Presbyteran Church of Fort Wayne. Mr. McMllen and hs wfe Elzabeth resde at 35 S. Washngton Rd., Fort Wayne. They have a daughter and two sons. Mr. McMllen wll drect the actvtes of approxmately, Culver volunteer alumn and parents n a natonal program to enable Culver to provde the youth of the naton wth the fnest educatonal opportuntes. The program now s n progress, and more than $,5, has beea receved n gfts to date. t s expected to be concluded next summer. n addton to endowed funds for teachers' salares and scholarshps, the Program for Excellence wll provde funds for recreatonal facltes and an alumn and parents center and a new Woodcraft Camp for the Summer Schools. Culver's goal s to rase teachers' salares to an average of $7,5 a year and to provde compettve scholarshps for boys each year to the Wnter School and each year to the Summer Schools. POSSUM '\ T.ATERS n preparng supper for her husband a Pke County woman, Mrs. ra. Alley of Wnslow, reached nto a -pound sack of potatoes stored at the top of her basement starway and let out a yell when she felt somethng furry. The yell brought her husband who took the sack outsde and when he set t down out jumped an opossum. SERVCE Harry Smeller CULVER tfn The anmal apparently had ganed entrance to the cellar through a coalshuts door. "Mrs. Alley's experence was reported n the Pke County Dspatch. Amerca's most ta!kedabout Spreader has a new Bg Brother... NEW DEA now offers a Flal Spreader 6 bushes bg! As Advertsed n Farm and Hone Secton Argos mplement & Supply \GOS Your Headquarters For Famous FROM $.5 5 On LADES' GFTS Robes Blouses Slps Sweaters Hosery Gowns Slppers Belts Costume Jewelry MEN'S and BOYS' Sweaters Shrts Tes Gloves Pajamas Socks Men's Jewelry GRLS' & BOYS' Pajamas - Gloves Sweaters - Socks Slacks - Blouses Toys & Games Play-Skool - Toys Games - Blocks Novelty Dolls SEE OUR GFT CORNER Table Cloths Mats Brass and Copper Gfts Candles Mlk Glass Candy Jars Glassware Stockng Fllers TRES -FREE GFT WRAPPNG- New Treads On Your Tres Mlm > Frday Open Evenngs 'Tl 9 Startng... J? fa '! <J ' jj Lght Tread f3 3" > Heavy Tread 7 3" jrc&ts N. Man St. CULVER 5n C U tp V E R 5 On

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9 "HE CTZEN PAGE Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, ) s < Classes Assume Holday Motf l>\ Anna Lutz and Vcke Lutz Remember when we, the upper classmen, used to celebrate brthdays and contnue from one story book to another? Well, n Mss Crpe's frst grade they stll do these thngs because Mark Weaver celebrated hs seventh brthday wth a party at school. Ths class, also, has fnshed ther work n the Lttle Green Story Book and s now ready to begn readng n the Lttle Blue Story Book. n Mrs. Gertrude Allen's class, the pupls' eyes have receved that glow that means Chrstmas s not far away. They are makng presents for ther fathers and mothers, and are also makng room decoratons. Of course, Chrstmas means Chrstmas stores and records, so the pupls have brought ther own precous books and records to school. Mss Page's room s contnung to ncrease the enrollment because they have a new student whose name s Gregory Brooke. Mrs. Carter's class had a welcome surprse when Steven Hartle treated them wth cookes. Ths classroom s also decorated wth Chrstmas decoratons. Alce Keller's class has begun the study of astronomy, because they are now studyng the stars and the planets and they even have a large chart on the bulletn board that shows them many facts. Ths class s also preparng for Chrstmas because they have drawn names for the Chrstmas exchange. Congratulatons are due to these fne students who made perfect scores n spellng for the sx week perod: Fredrck May, Nancy Overmyer, Steve Pennngton, Lnda Snapp, Perry Whte and Earle Wllams. Mss Hennng's class has eyes ponted toward the stars and planets whle they study them, but then the. students' mnds travel across a wde expanse of land to the enchantng land where the Eskmos lve. Mr. Weaver's class s now learnng the mportance of dental hygene. They are learnng the four dfferent types of teeth and the purposes of each. They do not stop here, but contnue to learr such mportant thngs as how to brush the teeth and gve them proper care. Mr. Smth's class s gong to be scattered over the holdays because some of the pupls are gong away for Chrstmas. Katy Rossow wll be leavng the day after Chrstmas for Turkey. Culver Frosh Wn Over Bremen By Dave Era n On Monday, the Culver Freshmen played host to the Bremen Freshmen for Culver's thrd same. Both teams played a fne game wth Culver leadng all the way from the frst quarter. The fnal score' was Culver, Bremen 37. Hgh scorers for Culver were Lews and Lemar wth 3 ponts and Werck wth ponts. Culver B F P T Lndvall, f Werck. f 6 Lemar, g Lews,,g Boswell, g 8 7 n 3 Bremen B F P T Beeson, f 3 (> Kalor.f Mssman, c thawley.g Bowlng, g 7 6 Culver Bremen THE EQUTABLE LFE ASSURANCE SOCETY OF THE UNTED Represented STATES by MARON E. JONES \ Culver, ndana 5*one Vkng '-J-73 The Shadow Reports On A Teacher By Denns Shock Our vctm ths week was by no means easy to fo'low. t took a whole team of spes to keep ths busy fellow covered. He has brown har, blue eyes, stands about fve feet ten nches tall, and weghs about 5 pounds. He has a pleasant personalty and a curous mnd. Hs frst class was bology n whch secret agent John Behmer provded the vtal nformaton. The man subjects for dscusson were plants, atomc energy, drugs and ther effects, and some bug nsect collectons wthout names on them. n between bology and chemstry, our suspect had a small conference wth Mr. Stukenborg n the laboratory. When the bell rang, he told the chemstry class that he expected them to know more about atoms and the Perodc Table than any class before us because of the amount of tme we are spendng on the subject. Naturally, he was mmedately bombarded wth questons about transton element, densty of the atoms and the lke. Then we went over the last chemstry test wth the usual arguments and questons. From chemstry he went to the Seventh grade scence class. Our spy was Howard Albert who reported seeng a move and then dscussng t. After the move Mr. Kepler gave them ther lesson. Then t was back to freshman bology n whch Mr. Kepler came to class late and contnued to Worry. about some nsect collectons wthout names. Reporter Steve Ulrey sad that they went over the sx-week test. Lunch was next, but our frend spent part of hs lunch hour polcng the cafetera lne. Mr. Kepler opened the ffth perod freshman bology class by askng f or a joke. Then he got down to busness by gong over j the hardest bology test of the year. The class went over ques- tons such as what comes after! the cambum? The sxth perod scence class J reporter, Terry Porter, reported that the class saw a move twce! Seventh perod our vctm escaped because t was hs free perod. Eghth perod Mr. Kepler devoted hs tme to gradng nsect collectons, tests, straghtenng up the bology room, gvng out passes, and rememberng to up the absentee slp afte had forgotten to do t. Ths subject has been, by put he far, the busest vctm any Shadow has ever had to cover. A warnng to all teachers, be- The Customs Of Chrstmas By Pam Phelps and Janet Beck The orgn of Chrstmas, of course, s the brth of Chrst. n 'our country we celebrate ths date on Dec. 5. Ths day s a relgous holday, wth servces n the churches and quet famly gatherngs at home. Chrstnas n the Unted States, composed of trends from many countres and reflectng ther customs n church and home, has evolved nto a celebraton that s more or less unform. Elaborate preparatons are begun weeks n advance. The whole house must be galy decorated, and fancy cakes and cookes must be made. One of the tradtons of Chrstmas s Santa Claus, or St. Ncholas, who was a real person, and a bshop. He ganed dstncton n the councls of the church, beng especally famed for unexpected gfts, and later assocated wth the gvng of presents durng the season at the'end of the year. The custom of gft gvng on Chrstanas came about partly because of the many legends concernng hs generosty. ' Another tradton of Chrstmas n Amerca, s the Chrstmas tree. Usually everyone n the famly helps to trm the tree. But, of course, the bg moment, s when small boys and grls, all over Amerca, hang up ther stockngs on Chrstnas Eve and awat the arrval of Santa Claus! All of these tradtons are based on hstory, but who nvented the warm glow n a parent's eye, whch appears when hs or her chld s openng a package from Santa Claus? Ths s one tradton whch s, by all means the best. who Mr. Shrrell s ntervewed By Barbara losebam The teacher ntervewed ths week was Mr. Carl Shrrell. The ffth grade teacher s sx feet tall, and has brown har. Mr. Shrrell was born n Greensburg, Kentucky, and attended college at Western State College, Greensburg, Kentucky. Mr. Shrrell s one of the teachers from North Bend. Mr. Shrrell's favorte color s blue. Some of hs hobbes are farmng, huntng, and fshng. When asked what knd of food he lkes best, he answered, "All." The last queston asked was why he chose teachng. He sad, " lke chldren." As ended ths ntervew, found that Mr. Shrrell has two chldren, Robert ware, the Shadow may choose you to be hs next vctm. SATURDAY, DEC. 6 AT CULVER LBRARY P.M. Cuver Cagers Are Tops n Ther Studes fm/sjfeo treea-v ay TH When Coach Gene Crosley sent hs startng fve on to the floor n last Tuesday nght's basketball game, he started a quntet that probably has the hghest academc achevement level of any basketball team n ths area, or perhaps the entre state. Here was the startng lneup and the grades each receved n the past gradng perod: James Carter, 3A. B; John Benedct, 3A, B; Tom Boswell, 3A, B; Paul Whte, 5A; Sam Lowry, A, B. The over-all grade ndex of ths quntet s out of a possble.. All fve are members of the Natonal Honor Socety, wth Jm Carter the presdent. John Benedct has been awarded an academc honor student sweater. Three of the team members are carryng fve solds, thereby refutng the popular charge that students go to school just to play basketball. T'h'e (academc record of thesd players also dspels the noton that athletes are dumbbells. Culver Hgh School would be nterested n hearng from a school that can top ths academc record of ts startng basketball team. NEW CLASSFCATON A Bartholomew County weekly receved an ad wth the request that t be publshed under the classfcaton, "Help Wanted, Female." The ad started out wth these words, "Woman who can drve." etc. The ad was put nto type and the frst week appeared thusly, "Help Wanted Female woman can drve,"etc. The edtor reported that one subscrber, spottng the ad, chuckled, "Female women! They t.re the best knd aren't they?'' n the seventh grade and Lnda n the ffth. Hs wfe teaches the second grade here at Culver. We would lke to extend a hearty welcome to Mr. Shrrell and hs famly. PRESS CLUB OF CULVER HGH scum. FOR THAT "MAN!" N YOUR LFE Junors Plan For Dances By Dane Boots and James WeStCOtt The Senors held a class meetng to decde on ther clas«flower and colors. The flower s the lea rose and ther class colors are scarlet and gray. They have ordered ther nvtatons and are countng the days untl they wll be able to use them. They Ere also greatly pleased wth the amount of money they have made sellng concessons at the basketball games. The Junors held a class meetng to make plans for ther afterthe-game dances. t was decded that the. admsson would be 5 cents per person, as n prevous years. They also plan to have cake walks and floor shows at each dance. They are spendng a great deal of tme tryng to fnd the rght band to play for the prom. The Sophomores certanly do not gve up easly, because they are stll rakng leaves despte the weather, havng fudge sales, and are plannng to break all records wth ther. money-makng projects. The Freshmen are feelng elated due to the fact that ther frst two basketball games were vctores. They are also havng fudge sales and are tryng ther best to outdo the Sophomores. Subscrbe To The Ctzen Schoolbell Staff AMRGO OVERMYER, Co-Edtor Betty Everett, Pam Phelps, Lucy Osborn, Janet Beck, Tom Yocom, Larry Lnhart, James Westcott, Sharon McDonald, Davd Fran, Glora Baker, Dana Boots, Sherry C r o y, Nck Knoerzer, Cheryl Dllon, Denns Shock, Carmen Gretter, Betty Lawrance, Judy Kmmel, Barbara Hatten, Barbara Rosebaum, Vck Lutz, Beverly Thomas, Donna Smth, Mary Jane Guse, Sandra Osborn, Pat Lutz, Glenda Dawson, and Anna Lutz. The jolly old St. Nck tells us he wll come nto Culver on the fre truck to meet all the boys and grls! There wll be treats for everyone! Santa's helpers wll be there, too. Come znd see hm. Culver-Unon Townshp Chamber of Commerce 8-n

10 By Mrs. Guy B. Davs Phono TRnty -765 Do not forget Sunday School servces each Sunday at a.m. Attendance last Sunday, 55. The cy condton of the roads over Sunday made drvng very hazardous. The cars of Mrs. Harry J. Overmyer and Mrs. Wayne Klne were damaged when ther cars went out of control on the ce Saturday evenng. Mrs. Klne receved mnor njury to her forehead and left eye. Mrs. Don Davs and Mrs. Paul E. Wnn were hostesses at the home of ther parents Mr. and Mrs. Whtney Klne, Fr. eve. Dec., when they held open house to a few frends and relatves n honor of ther parents forteth weddng annversary. The annual Chrstmas potluck supper and program wll be held at the local church on Wednesday evenng, Dec.. A cordal nvtaton s extended to all frends of the church. A nce tme was enjoyed Wed. afternoon when members of the Ober WSCS joned the local socety n the regular meetng held n the church basement. Followng the busness sesson a Chrstmas program was enjoyed durng whch the flmstrps "Chrstmas Around the World" were shown. A beautfully decorated tree was the man decoraton from whch each member and guest receved a gft of a ffty cent Chrstmas decoraton, contrbuted by each member of the socety. Followng the program refreshments of Chrstmas cookes, mnts, nuts and coffee were served from a table decorated n the Chrstmas motf. Announcement has been made of the School of Mssons for the Methodst Churches n the group mnstry n ths area begnnng Jan. 7 and runnng each Sunday evenng (except Feb. ) untl Feb. 8. The school wll be held at ths place on Jan.. Mrs. Guy Davs attended the regular meetng and Chrstmas party of the Past-Presdents of the Marshall County Home Demonstraton Ass'n held n the home of the Home Agent, Mrs. Darrell Thompson n Bremen, Monday, Dec. : On Tuesday evenng she was a supper guest n the home of Mss Dorothy Grossman n Plymouth where Mrs. Mary Warnacutt of nwood was also a guest. The lades sang wth the Marshall County Choral Club whch partcpated n a Chrstmas program at a Plymouth Church that evenng. Mss Lynn Shumaker and Mr. and Mrs. M. Hutton of ndanapols were Sunday afternoon callers n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davs. Mr. and Mrs. Wlbur Mclntyre are the proud grandparents of a new granddaughter born to Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Foster n Fontana, Calf. The lttle lady arrved Frday, Dec. 8, weghed 7 pounds ounces, and has been named Beth Ann. Her mother s the former Sharon Mclntyre. Pedestrans, when you're walkng at nght, be sure you wear clothng that reflects lght. Dark colors make you practcally nvsble to drvers. By Treva Leap Phone Leters Ford 76 The Zon Gospel Chapel Mssonary Socety wll meet ths Wednesday evenng wth Mrs. Loren Shaffer. Devotons and lesson wll be gven by Mrs. Mae Klne. nstead of the Chrstmas exchange a specal offerng wll be taken. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Berryman spent Wednesday afternoon wth relatves at Kewanna. Mr. Avs Davs and Mrs. Ethel Odgen spent Tuesday at Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Overmyer were dnner guests Sunday of Mrs. Floy Leap and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Plante and famly of Culver and Gary, Ned, and Lsa Kay Klne of Monterey spent Sunday wth Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mkesell. A new busness has come to the Leters Ford vcnty. The Hlltop Beauty Shop has been opened by Mrs. Roy Mshler n her home. Mrs. Mshler graduated from the Vogue Beauty College at South Bend. Stan Roberts gave a farewell party recently at the home of hs parents, Rev. and Mrs. Ted Roberts, for Wlls Lockett, who left to serve n the Armed Servce. Rev. and Mrs. Ted Roberts attended the Chrstmas party at the Wnamac Methodst Church Monday evenng. The Aubbee School P.T.A. was postponed untl Dec. 8. After the Devotons and busness meetng a Chrstmas program wll be presented by the students. Ths Thursday evenng wll he the fnal Frst Ad Class. t has been proposed to contnue the class nto the Advanced Standard Frst Ad course. The Delong Church had ther supper and Chrstmas program at the church Tuesday evenng. The Zon Gospel Chapel wll have ther Chrstmas program ths Sunday evenng. The program, put on by the classes, and devotons by the pastor, Jack Cahll, wll follow a fellowshp supper begnnng at 6:3. All neghbors and frends n the surroundng communtes are nvted to come. A group from the Zon Gospel Chapel went to the Norman Beatty Memoral Hosptal at Westvlle Sunday afternoon and put on a program for the patents there. The program opened wth all sngng, "Joy To The World." and "Come All Ye Fathful." A horn duet was gven by Patsy Leap and Phylls Shaffer, who played "Stll Sweeter Every Day." Mss Treva Leap sang "Down From Hs Glory." Devotons were gven by the pastor, Jack Cahll, usng the topc, "The Three Great Thngs The Lord Has Done For Us." The program closed wth all sngng, "Slent Nght," and Pastor Cahll closed wth prayer. All who went enjoyed t very much and the patents enjoyed t even more. We hope to go back agan sometme. THE NUMBER of corporate stockholders n Amerca ncreased by /3 from 95 to 956. The theme of the November school safety poster s an mportant one for both adults and chldren to remember. Ths poster, dstrbuted by the Chcago Motor Club to some 33, grade school classrooms n llnos and ndana, warns pedestrans of all ages that dartng from between parked cars s a dangerous practce. Chldren playng between parked cars are apt to run nto the street unexpectedly. Remember ths: A motorst's vew s blocked by parked vehcles, and he s not prepared to stop suddenly for pedestrans crossng n the mddl' of the block. By Mrs. Carroll Thompson Phono Argos TWaoaks -58 Because of the hazardous condton of secondary roads, there were no servces Sunday. The Chrstmas program wll be presented next Sunday mornng, Dec. 7. Sunday School wll convene as usual at a.m. for a bref class sesson and the program wll follow. The orchestra wll play and each class wll contrbute to the program. Rev. Kuhn wll brng a Chrstmas message followng the program. A cordal nvtaton s extended to all. Rev. and Mrs. W. Ray Kuhn and Carol entertaned n ther home Wednesday for members of the W.S.C.S. and Mrs. Eva Kzer. A potluck dnner was served at noon. Mrs. Lesle Mahler, presdent, presded at the meetng. Chrstmas carols were sung wth Mrs. Darwn Hartman accompanyng at the pano. Mrs. Mahler read scrpture from Luke and Mrs. Mldred Overmyer led n prayer. t was decded to purchase a TB bond and contrbute to the Chrstmas Good Neghbors Club. A donaton was collected for "Pennes for Pgs" and a box of non-pershable food and gfts s beng prepared for a famly to be remembered. Members of the congregaton may brng ther contrbutons to servces next Sunday. Each member contrbuted to the Chrstmas program wth poems and artcles. Rev. Kuhn gave a fne talk, pontng out what great blessngs would result f people sacrfced throughout the year for the church and mssons as they do at Chrstmastme to purchase gfts. The meetng closed wth a gft exchange. The next meetng wll be Jan. 3 wth Mrs. Ronald Quvey. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dnsmore and Mr. and Mrs. Lesle Mahler spent Sunday evenng wth Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Myers n Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Darwn Hartman and Kate were Sunday dnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Quvey. Mr. and Mrs. Don Addson of South Bend entertaned George Cowen at dnner on Sunday at a restaurant n Wnamac. The Rev. W. Ray Kuhn, Mrs. Mldred Overmyer and Darold represented the Poplar Grove Church at a councl meetng of the Group Mnstry Churches at the Maxnkuckee Church Frday evenng. Plans for the School of Mssons whch wll begn n January and the Evangelstc serv- THE CTZEN PAGE 7 Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, 6 ces n March were dscussed. A name s beng sought for the newsletter publshed by the Group Mnstry. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hssong and Mrs. Lucy Vores were Sunday dnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hssong and famly at Leters Ford to celebrate Mrs. Lawrence Hssong's brthday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hssong and famly of Argos were addtonal afternoon guests. Bwns Oak By Mrs. Floyd Carrothers Phone Vkng -8 There were 35 at Evangelcal Unted Brethren Sunday School. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prosser and famly were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beatte and son Eugene, and Elmer Prosser of Kalamazoo, Mch. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett and famly of Gary; Mss Betty Prosser of Ccero,.; A. 3/c. Sam Prosser of Wrght Patterson Ar Force Base, Dayton, Oho; Mss Sue Hensen of Farborne, Oho; and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones and Denns of Grovertown. Mrs. Arthur Woolngton and son Allen, Mrs. F. E. Carrothers, Mrs. Bert Cramer Jr., Mrs. Bert Cramer, Sr. and Rose, Mrs. rene Ronk, Mrs. Francs Sddall, Mrs. Paul Sddall and son of Route 3, Plymouth, and Mrs. Paulne Van Meter of Kewanna attended a breakfast party Frday mornng, Dec. 8, at Mrs. Magge Woolngton's at Route, Plymouth. Mrs. Lloyd Maxson and Mrs. F. E. Carrothers vsted Mrs. Lowell Ayres and Sue at Plymouth Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cramer Jr. vsted Sunday afternoon wth Mrs. Cramer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlbur Haney, and famly at Sdney. Mrs. F. E. Carrothers vsted Frday afternoon wth Mrs. Al Kllan at Tyner. Mrs. Bert Cramer, Sr. entertaned her Bunco Club Thursday evenng. Guests were Mrs. Evelyn Chrstenson, Mrs. Laurna Samuelson, Mrs. rene Ronk, Mrs. Anna Broeker, Mrs. Jane Broeker, and Mrs. Freda Urlaub, all of Route, Culver. Przes were won by Mrs. Cramer, Mrs. Urlaub, and Mrs. Ronk. Mrs. Cramer gave all Mexcan dsh przes whch she had purchased n Tucson, Arz. Dnner was served from a table decorated n the Chrstmas motf. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Lous Base spent the weekend n Chcago. Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard vsted Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Loess and Kar Lynn at Bellwood,. Sunday mornng they attended the baptsm of Kar Lynn at Bellwood Presbyteran Church. FANNE MAY CANDES CAMERAS - PHOTO SUPPLES GBSON CHRSTMAS CARDS MAGAZNES - BOOKS CGARETTES - CGARS RECORD ALBUMS CULVER NEWS AGENCY 8 South Man Street 5n BRAND NEW 96 LNES THERE'S STLL TME TO ORDER PERSONALZED CHRSTMAS CARDS 8-Hour Servce COME N TODAY! THE CULVER PRESS Ctzen Buldng tfn AT HANSEN'S CHOOSE FROM CULVER'S GREATEST SELECTON! We nvte you to make us your famly gft center... Lots of gfts for everyone on your lst Beautful jewelry, men's and women's nsulated wearng apparel, sportng and always Free Gft Wrappng! goods, HANSEN'S 6 Lake Shore Drve - CULVER Open Every Evenng & Sundays 8-n

11 Wednesday, December 3, 9 Culver, ndana THK CTZEN PAGE r t Located Vz Block East of Bank Thursday, Frday Cr Saturday Specals Open Untl 9 P.M. Frday, 8 P.M.. Saturday BE SORE fmw WmUEU LAST WEEK: fuutf mm 3 rs. Roy Atknson, Culver m w c tssal Lb. Us. Pcnc Style Pork Roast lbs. Oscar Mayer Al Meat CM Steak LLJHl GROUN F 3 lbs. $.9. Oscar Mayer Weners 9c lb. POX UNKSA6SAGE Lean, Beef Chuck Roast lb. A t Smoked CANHED HAM... 5 lbs. $3.99 SLCNG BOLOGNA lb. 39c Sweet BASHER BACON ls. Sc Oscar Mayer Red Band BACON lb. 59c, 3 lbs. 9c WE WLL CLOSE AT 8 P.M. SATURDAY EN ORDER OUR EMPLOYEES MAY ATTEND OUR ANNUAL XMAS PARTY New Era ll 9 leg. Loaf c DelMonte fla'fo J! Reg. 59c Ms House 6-oz. can 5SS ft % Borden's Cream Cheese S 8-oz. 9c Mrs. Butter Worth sze Del Monte Syrup leo Sweet Sxteen 3 -oz. jars Margarne $. Shedd's Lady Betty Prune Juce; -oz. btl. c Cd cans 6 lbs. Jffy AH Varetes each $ J avy SSeass Mrs. Owen -lb. bat, 9c Strawberry Preserves -O. [or jars 89c Guest Olves Refrgerator Jar 39c FROZEN FOODS GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES Monarch -oz. Cut Corn..... pkgs. 9 tpefrult... fcr lb. 3 Stokely -oz. a B Strawberres pkgs. 9c Genesee Valley French F r e s pkgs. 39< Swss Mss or Banquet Apple, Cherry, Peach, Pumpkn Pes ea. 35c Yellow Cookng c ONONS 3 lbs. 9«PAWNSHOP WE RESERVE THE RGHT TO LMT QUANTTES. Located Vz Block East of Bank 5 E. JEFFERSON, CULVER

12 ML <JtjOfue By Mrs. Guy B. Davs Phone TRnty -765 Do not forget Sunday School servces each Sunday at a.m. Attendance last Sunday, 55. The cy condton of the roads over Sunday made drvng very hazardous. The cars of Mrs. Harry J. Overmyer and Mrs. Wayne Klne were damaged when ther cars went out of control on the ce Saturday evenng. Mrs. Klne receved mnor njury to her forehead and left eye. Mrs. Don Davs and Mrs. Paul E. Wnn were hostesses at the home of ther parents Mr. and Mrs. Whtney Klne, Pr. eve. Dec., when they held open house to a few frends and relatves n honor of ther parents forteth weddng annversary. The annual Chrstmas potluck supper and program wll be held at the local church on Wednesday evenng, Dec.. A cordal nvtaton s extended to all frends of the church. A nce tme was enjoyed Wed. afternoon when members of the Ober WSCS joned the local socety n the regular meetng held n the church basement. Followng the busness sesson a Chrstmas program was enjoyed durng whch the flmstrps "Chrstmas Around the World" were shown. A beautfully decorated tree was the man decoraton from whch each member and guest receved a gft of a ffty cent Chrstmas decoraton, contrbuted by each member of the socety. Followng the program refreshments of Chrstmas cookes, mnts, nuts and coffee were served from a table decorated n the Chrstmas motf. Announcement has been made of the School of Mssons for the Methodst Churches n the group mnstry n ths area begnnng Jan. 7 and runnng each Sunday evenng (except Feb. ) untl Feb. 8. The school wll be held at ths place on Jan.. Mrs. Guy Davs attended the regular meetng and Chrstmas party of the Past-Presdents of the Marshall County Home Demonstraton Ass'n held n the home of the Home Agent, Mrs. Darrell Thompson n Bremen, Monday, Dec.. On Tuesday evenng she was a supper guest n the home of Mss Dorothy Grossman n Plymouth where Mrs. Mary Warnacutt of nwood was also a guest. The lades sang wth the Marshall County Choral Club whch partcpated n a Chrstmas program at a Plymouth Church that evenng. Mss Lynn Shumaker and Mr. and Mrs. M. Hutton of ndanapols were Sunday afternoon callers n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davs. Mr. and Mrs. Wlbur Mclntyre are the proud grandparents of a new granddaughter born to Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Foster n Fontana, Calf. The lttle lady arrved Frday, Dec. 8, weghed 7 pounds ounces, and has been named Beth Ann. Her mother s the former Sharon Mclntyre. Pedestrans, when you're walkng at nght, be sure you wear clothng that reflects lght. Dark colors make you practcally nvsble to drvers. By Treva Leap Phone Letters Ford 676 The Zon Gospel Chapel Mssonary Socety wll meet ths Wednesday evenng wth Mrs. Loren Shaffer. Devotons and lesson wll be gven by Mrs. Mae Klne. nstead of the Chrstmas exchange a specal offerng wll be taken. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Berryman spent Wednesday afternoon wth relatves at Kewanna. Mr. Avs Davs and Mrs. Ethel Odgen spent Tuesday at Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Overmyer were dnner guests Sunday of Mrs. Floy Leap and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Plante and famly of Culver and Gary, Ned, and Lsa Kay Klne of Monterey spent Sunday wth Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mkesell. A new busness has come to the Leters Ford vcnty. The Hlltop Beauty Shop has been opened by Mrs. Roy Mshler n her home. Mrs. Mshler graduated from the Vogue Beauty College at South Bend. Stan Roberts gave a farewell party recently at the home of hs parents, Rev. and Mrs. Ted Roberts, for Wlls Lockett, who left to serve n the Armed Servce. Rev. and Mrs. Ted Roberts attended the Chrstmas party at the Wnamac Methodst Church Monday evenng. The Aubbee School P.T.A. was postponed untl Dec. 8. After the Devotons and busness meetng a Chrstmas program wll be presented by the students. Ths Thursday evenng wll be the fnal Frst Ad Class. t has been proposed to contnue the class nto the Advanced Standard Frst Ad course. The Delong Church had ther supper and Chrstmas program at the church Tuesday evenng. The Zon Gospel Chapel wll have ther Chrstmas program ths Sunday evenng. The program, put on by the classes, and devotons by the pastor, Jack Cahll, wll follow a fellowshp supper begnnng at 6:3. All neghbors and frends n the surroundng communtes are nvted to come. A group from the Zon Gospel Chapel went to the Norman Beatty Memoral Hosptal at Westvlle Sunday afternoon and put on a program for the patents there. The program opened wth all sngng, "Joy To The World." and "Come All Ye Fathful." A horn duet was gven by Patsy Leap and Phylls Shaffer, who played "Stll Sweeter Every Day." Mss Treva Leap sang "Down From Hs Glory." Devotons were gven by the pastor, Jack Cahll, usng the topc, "The Three Great Thngs The Lord Has Done For Us." The program closed wth all sngng, "Slent Nght," and Pastor Cahll closed wth prayer. All who went enjoyed t very much and the patents enjoyed t even more. We hope to go back agan sometme. THE NUMBER of corporate stockholders n Amerca ncreased by /3 from 95 to 956. The theme of the November school safety poster s an mportant one for both adults and chldren to remember. Ths poster, dstrbuted by the Chcago Motor Club to some 33, grade school classrooms n llnos and ndana, warns pedestrans of all ages that dartng from between parked cars s a dangerous practce. Chldren playng between parked cars are apt to run nto the street unexpectedly. Remember ths: A motorst's vew s blocked by parked vehcles, and he s not prepared to stop suddenly for pedestrans crossng n the mddl' of the block. By Mrs. Carroll Thompson Phone Argos TWaoaks -58 Because of the hazardous condton of secondary roads, there were no servces Sunday. The Chrstmas program wll be presented next Sunday mornng, Dec. 7. Sunday School wll convene as usual at a.m. for a bref class sesson and the program wll follow. The orchestra wll play and each class wll contrbute to the program. Rev. Kuhn wll brng a Chrstmas message followng the program. A cordal nvtaton s extended to all. Rev. and Mrs. W. Ray Kuhn and Carol entertaned n ther home Wednesday for members of the W.S.C.S. and Mrs. Eva Kzer. A potluck dnner was served at noon. Mrs. Lesle Mahler, presdent, presded at the meetng. Chrstmas carols were sung wth Mrs. Darwn Hartman accompanyng at the pano. Mrs. Mahler read scrpture from Luke and Mrs. Mldred Overmyer led n prayer. t was decded to purchase a TB bond and contrbute to the Chrstmas Good Neghbors Club. A donaton was collected for "Pennes for Pgs" and a box of non-pershable food and gfts s beng prepared for a famly to be remembered. Members of the congregaton may brng ther contrbutons to servces next Sunday. Each member contrbuted to the Chrstmas program wth poems and artcles. Rev. Kuhn gave a fne talk, pontng out what great blessngs would result f people sacrfced throughout the year for the church and mssons as they do at Chrstmastme to purchase gfts. The meetng closed wth a gft exchange. The next meetng wll be Jan. 3 wth Mrs. Ronald Quvey. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dnsmore and Mr. and Mrs. Lesle Mahler spent Sunday evenng wth Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Myers n Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Darwn Hartman and Kate were Sunday dnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Quvey. Mr. and Mrs. Don Addson of South Bend entertaned George Cowen at dnner on Sunday at a restaurant n Wnamac. The Rev. W. Ray Kuhn, Mrs. Mldred Overmyer and Darold represented the Poplar Grove Church at a councl meetng of the Group Mnstry Churches at the Maxnkuckee Church Frday evenng. Plans for the School of Mssons whch wll begn n January and the Evangelstc serv- THE CTZEN PAGE 7 Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, 6 ces n March were dscussed. A name s beng sought for the newsletter publshed by the Group Mnstry. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hssong and Mrs. Lucy Vores were Sunday dnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hssong and famly at Leters Ford to celebrate Mrs. Lawrence Hssong's brthday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hssong and famly of Argos were addtonal afternoon guests. Bmx, Oak By Mrs. Floyd Carrothers Phone Vkng -8 There were 35 at Evangelcal Unted Brethren Sunday School. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prosser and famly were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beatte and son Eugene, and Elmer Prosser of Kalamazoo, Mch. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett and famly of Gary; Mss Betty Prosser of Ccero,.; A. 3/c. Sam Prosser of Wrght Patterson Ar Force Base, Dayton, Oho; Mss Sue Hensen of Farborne, Oho; and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones and Denns of Grovertown. Mrs. Arthur Woolngton and son Allen, Mrs. F. E. Carrothers, Mrs. Bert Cramer Jr., Mrs. Bert Cramer, Sr. and Rose, Mrs. rene Ronk, Mrs. Francs Sddall, Mrs. Paul Sddall and son of Route 3, Plymouth, and Mrs. Paulne Van Meter of Kewanna attended a breakfast party Frday mornng, Dec. 8, at Mrs. Magge Woolngton's at Route, Plymouth. Mrs. Lloyd Maxson and Mrs. F. E. Carrothers vsted Mrs. Lowell Ayres and Sue at Plymouth Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cramer Jr. vsted Sunday afternoon wth Mrs. Cramer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlbur Haney, and famly at Sdney. Mrs. F. E. Carrothers vsted Frday afternoon wth Mrs. Al Kllan at Tyner. Mrs. Bert Cramer, Sr. entertaned her Bunco Club Thursday evenng. Guests were Mrs. Evelyn Chrstenson, Mrs. Laurna Samuelsom, Mrs. rene Ronk, Mrs. Anna Broeker, Mrs. Jane Broeker, and Mrs. Freda Urlaub, all of Route, Culver. Przes were won by Mrs. Cramer, Mrs. Urlaub, and Mrs. Ronk. Mrs. Cramer gave all Mexcan dsh przes whch she had purchased n Tucson, Arz. Dnner was served from a table decorated n the Chrstmas motf. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sheppard and Mr. and Mrs. Lous Base spent the weekend n Chcago. Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard vsted Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Loess and Kar Lynn at Bellwood,. Sunday mornng they attended the baptsm of Kar Lynn at Bellwood Presbyteran Church. FANNE MAY CANDES CAMERAS - PHOTO SUPPLES GBSON CHRSTMAS CARDS MAGAZNES - BOOKS CGARETTES - CGARS RECORD ALBUMS CULVER NEWS AGENCY 8 South Man Street 5n BRAND NEW 96 LNES THERE'S STLL TME TO ORDER PERSONALZED CHRSTMAS CARDS 8-Hour Servce COME N TODAY! THE CULVER PRESS Ctzen Buldng AT HANSEN'S CHOOSE FROM CULVER'S GREATEST SELECTON! We nvte you to make us your famly gft center... 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13 THE CTZEN PAGE 8 Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, 96 Clarfy Statements Concernng UNCEF Edtor, CTZEN: n answer to Mrs. Mars' letter to the edtor dated Nov. 5, we would lke to clarfy the statements made concernng UNCEF n the artcle wrtten by Harry T. Everngham n the ndanapols Star. Mr. Everngham frst stated that UNCEF renders no drect servce to chldren or to mothers. The facts are that UNCEF s the only U.N. agency dealng exclusvely wth the welfare of chldren and mothers throughout the world. t operates wthn the framework of resolutons adopted by the General Assembly of the U.N. The 3-member Executve Board whch governs UNCEF s elected by the Economc and Socal Councl. The Board, whch meets twce a year, establshes the areas wthn whch UNCEF wll work and consders project assstance requests whch are submtted to t by governments. At present there are four communst members on the Board and, as they represent four votes out of a total 3, they are not n a poston to exert decsve nfluence. UNCEF s fnanced by voluntary contrbutons of governments and by prvate contrbutons from groups and ndvduals as well. All contrbutons are combned n the overall UNCEF budget from whch allocatons are made by the Board. Once a country has been granted assstance by UNCEF for a partcular project, t must perodcally submt an accountng of funds and open ts doors to UNCEF and relevant Specalzed Agency personnel. Whle not a drect servce agency, UNCEF supples have touched the lves of mllons of chldren. To menton only a few fgures, up to ths year more than 3 mllon chldren have been vaccnated aganst tuberculoss wth BCG vaccne provded by UNCEF; more than 5 mllon chldren and mothers have been treated for yaws wth UNCEF suppled penclln; more than 6 mllon chldren have been treated for trachoma and related eye dseases wth medcnes provded by UNCEF. UNCEF has furnshed techncal equpment for maternal and chld health centers together wth ther related subcenters. n 96, the average number of chldren and mothers recevng daly ratons of UN- OEF-dstrbuted mlk amounted to over 5.5 mllon. Mr. Everngham also sad that UNCEF draws nearly 8% of ts money from the Unted States. UNCEF depends entrely upon voluntary contrbutons from governments, prvate groups and ndvduals. n 96, UNCEF ncome was about $6 mllon; over 83% came from 98 governments; the balance from ndvduals, organzatons and the proceeds of fund-rasng campagns, ncludng Trck or Treat for UNCEF n the Unted States and Canada and the sale of UNCEF Greetng Cards. The actual percentage drawn from the Unted States n 96 was 6%; the per capta contrbuton to UNCEF for U.S. ctzens beng less than 7 cents. He also says that much of UNCEF ad goes to countres wth communst governments. The facts are: n the perod from 95 to 96, only two countres wth communst forms of government receved ad from UNCEF. These were Poland and Yugoslava, both of whom, ncdentally, are recevng drect ad from the Unted States. The Unted States Commttee for UNCEF s made up of ndvduals who are recognzed leaders n the relgous, educatonal, socal welfare, busness, medcal and cvc lfe of our country. Ther ndvdual contrbutons to the well-beng of the Unted States are well known. n ts work the Commttee enjoys the cooperaton of all major relgous faths and of the many natonal voluntary organzatons whch are acquanted wth the facts of ts actvtes. The Unted States Government has formally recognzed the functon of the Commttee and has commended ts accomplshments. Trck or Treat for UNCEF s prmarly an educatonal program desgned to gve Amercan boys and grls better knowledge of ther contemporares n other parts of the world. By that token, even f the small cons collected Trck or Treatng were far fewer and the total amount of money donated to the Chldren's Fund much smaller, the purpose of the program would stll be fulflled nasmuch as t would have provded our communtes wth a constructve program to assocate a fne old Amercan tradton wth an expresson of concern for the needy chldren of the world. The art on the UNCEF Greetng Cards s chosen because t s deemed to have mert be that orgnalty of desgn, strkng use of color or whatever yardstcks are used. t s hoped that the cards wll carry the message of frendshp and certanly there s nothng n that nmcal to the sprt of Chrstmas. The more specfc message comes from the heart and pen of the sender, whether t be nl celebraton of the brth of Chrst or any other event revered by dfferent peoples of the world. An attempt s usually made to nclude tradtonal scenes assocated wth Chrstmas on some of the cards. Wth regard to the artsts, they gve ther desgns wthout cost to UNCEF and have no vested nterest n the sale and dstrbuton of the cards. From the proceeds of the cards sold n 96,, small maternal and chld health centers were equpped. Thus, countless chldren who would otherwse have had no access to modern medcal care are beng gven the chance to lve normal healthy lves. Ths sharng s the basc sprt of Chrstan teachngs. These facts are substantated by Chld Gudance n Chrstan Lvng, Paulne Fredrck of the NBC News Department, and materal recommended by Mrs. E. Lee Ozbrn, Presdent of the General Federaton of Clubs. Also supportng statements for UN CEF have been made by three major relgous faths and by Presdent John F. Kennedy. MRS. GEORGE PHLLPS, State Charman Communsm n the Western Hemsphere ndana Federaton of Clubs MRS. ROBERT McKNNS, Presdent Maxnkuckee Junor: Woman's Club Johnny Appleseed Edtor, CTZEN: n connecton wth Al Spers' story on Johnny Appleseed, am remnded of an ncdent that occurred some tme n the fall of 9. Pror to that tme not much was heard of Johnny Appleseed and no one seemed to know where he was bured or where hs grave was. As a year-old Boy Scout, along wth three younger boys, was headng up the St. Joe Rver on an overnght hke to the wnter cabns at old Robnson's Park, seven mles north of Fort Wayne. We followed the course of the old Tracton Co. trolley tracks and, as boys wll, explored everythng along the way. t was thus we "dscovered" a lttle old cemetary and Johnny's grave. t was so oblterated from years of growth of grass, weeds, brush (and especally remember the thck stand of sassafras) one could not walk through t. Most of the headstones were down, many broken and overgrown. The ron fence was nearly all broken. But Johnny's marker stll stood wth name and dates readable. However none of ths was obserable over 5 feet away. Our fnd was later reported to J. L. Angush the Scout Executve, who nterested varous partes n restorng the bural ste. There was consderable comment about t at the tme. lke to thnk that played a small part n the revval of the Johnny Appleseed legend. JOE A. HAFERT, D.D.S. South Shore Drve Culver, nd. * * * More On UNCEF Edtor, CTZEN: The D. A. R.s, bless them, have taken up the battle cry aganst that most selfless of all organzatons, UNCEF. Ther charman, Mrs. Gaskell, has declared, "Ths plan to assocate the Unted Natons (through the sale of UNCEF cards) wth Chrstmas...s beleved to be part of a Communst plan to destroy all relgous belefs and customs so that one day we shall awaken to fnd that Dec. 5th s beng celebrated as a One World Peace Festval nstead of the Brthday of Chrst. What, ask, could be more synonymous? As a long tme supporter of UNCEF am shocked to learn that any organzaton or person would queston ts usefulness. VRGNA BAYS Santa Anna By Mrs. Guy Kepler Phone Argos TWnoaks -55!) Attendance at Sunday School was 6. The Cheerful Helpers class wll have a class party at the church Tuesday evenng. The W.S.C.S. wll meet at the church on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Wayne Crow returned home from Parkvew Hosptal Thursday. She s recoverng ncely from surgery. Mrs. Glbert Smons vsted Mrs. Drsco Kreghbaum Thursday evenng. Mss Lnda Kay Gbbons underwent surgery n her nose Thursday at Memoral Hosptal n South Bend. She s recoverng ncely. John Kepler and Lnda of South Bend were Saturday dnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kepler. Mrs. Fred Masten of Argos spent Sunday wth Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lschko. Mrs. Donald Calhoun Jr., Mrs. Rchard Calhoun, Mrs. Phlp Peer, Mrs. Gerald rwn, Mrs. Mabel Barnhart, and Mrs. Fred Kng, Sr. went to Westvlle Frday, where they wrapped Chrstmas packages. Mr. and Mrs. Phlp Peer accompaned Mr. and Mrs. Jm Hansen to Chcago Wednesday where they attended the Home Bulders show. Mr. Peer won a garbage dsposal. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kepler and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peer were Sunday dnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phlp Peer and famly n Plymouth. Mrs. Charles Goheen, Mrs. Floyd Crow, Mrs. Melvln Ferguson, and Mrs. Ernest Qumby spent Frday evenng wth Mrs. Clfford Overmyer n honor of Mrs. Charles Goheen's brthday. Mrs. Charles Goheen, Mrs. Melvn Ferguson and Mrs. Floyd Crow shopped n South Bend Saturday. Leo Lojewsk of Purdue Unversty spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Savage and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Gbbons vsted Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw n Homewood,., near Chcago, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smth vsted Mr. and Mrs. Denture Paclo, west of Culver, Sunday afternoon. Mss Carol Brockey and Jack Kenny spent Sunday evenng wth Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smth. Mrs. O. C. Gbbons vsted her sster, Mrs. George Babcock, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Francs Gbbons and chldren and Mss Clara Gbbons spent Sunday afternoon wth Mr. and Mrs. Evereett Gbbons and Lnda. SOMETHNG TO REMEMBER The Culver Ctzen s the oml. newspaper n Marshall County - or n the whole world for that matter - that really gves a whoop about Culver, ndana. MARKETS Ear Corn.95 Shelled Corn.99 Oats.7 Soybeans.9 THE WEATHER Tuesday 35 Wednesday 9 Thursday 6 Frday 9 Saturday 3 Sunday 3 Monday Tuesday 3 n wnter weather, says the Chcago Motor Club, always turn on your headlghts early especally when t's snowng or foggy. Snow mght cause a pedestran to become careless n lookng both ways for and parkng lghts are to see. How to moblze aganst your bggest rsk to hog ncome. Read about traffc, dffcult AMERCAN CYANAMD'S Coordnated Feed-Health n ths month's Program and HOME secton. We FARM haye a free folder. As Advertsed n the Farm and Home Secton ZECHEL Farm Servce 6 Lberty St., Culver Amerca's most ralkedabos.t Spreader has a new Bg Brother... NEW DEA now offers a Flal Spreader 6 bushels bg! As Advertsed n Farm and Home Secton Cook Equpment Co. KNOX WE LOAN CHARS TO PERSONS WHO ARE HAVNG PARTES, DNNERS, CLUB MEETNGS, etc. -Hour Ambulance Servce CHRSTMAS STORE HOURS: RETAL STORES WLL BE OPEN EVENNGS FROM Frday, Dec. 5 through Saturday, Dec. 3 'TL 9 LAKE SHORE DRVE CULVER SOME WLL CLOSE EARLER ON DEC. 3 SOME ARE OPEN EVENNGS NOW RETAL COMMTTEE CULVER-UNON TOWNSHP Phone Vkng - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 5n

14 Students Send Santa Ther Chrstmas Wshes By Donna Smth and Larry Lnhurt Due to the fact that many parents are now startng to ask ther chldren what they want Santa Claus to brng them, we have taken the lberty to make a Chrstmas lst for. all parents. Nora Sheppard A typewrter and many other thngs. Lnda Shock A globe. Dane Boots A Santa Claus sut and a certan solder. Beverly Thomas A certan Junor boy and a World Hstory report on the Roman Empre. Marlee Zechel Clothes. Vcke Lutz have what want, Elm! Brenda Baker A par of ce skates and a certan T.C.E. from Plymouth. Suse Gardner A telephone for my room. Sandy Osborn A telephone call from New Mexco from a certan salor. Pat Lutz want a dploma, but am afrad Santa Claus wll postpone my wsh! Chrs Hand A long vacaton away from certan teachers. Martha Lowry Peace throughout the world. Bob Carter Lots of snow! Ned Davs The only thng don't want s leaves! (he s a Sophomore) Pete Ott My two front teeth. Tom Yocom About ten ton of mstletoe Beverly Barshes A fve foot, eght nch "Eddy"-bear. Lucy Osborn Tomatoes. (Tomatoes? ) Sharon McGaffey A "Tom- <my"-gun. Margo Overmyer A trp to Calforna to keep a Marne from beng lonesome. Well parents, ths s your lst end f you can possbly fulfll some of these wshes, you can perform mracles! Holday Party Beng Planned By Glenda Dawson The Sunshne Club held a meetng Dec. «, to dscuss where the grls would lke to have the Sunshne, H-Y Wnter Formal. Ths nformaton wll be announced n next week's ssue, snce the Bet place s not fnal. Carol Overmyer, who s charman of the Chrstmas Carolng commttee, announced that on Dec., we would go carolng. The tme ran out before the entertanment for the day could be presented, so next week's meetng s gong to have some specal entertanment, whch wll be gven by three of Culver's senor grls. How about Mary Jane, Melssa, and Margo'.' The Sunshne candy has really been gong fast and the grls have been workng hard to sell as much as they can. The Booster Club has made many nce posters and has been dstrbutng them around the halls of C.H.S. The commttees have some pretty clever deas and t really helps to get the kds n a good sprt for the basketball games. The Ushers have been dong a fne.ob at the ball games too. By Xck Knoerzer and Beverly Thomas Saturday afternoon was the begnnng of ths year's Tomahawk staff meetngs. From what hear t turned nto a very pleasant evenng. Everyone enjoyed Mrs. Graham's cookng, although only four members were drafted nto dong the dshes. t dd not seem to bother Lana Berger, she was her same ornery self. Saturday was also the day of Bob Whte's party. t was sad that everyone had a rousng tme. Mary Jane Guse was qute busy throughout the evenng. f you would lke to know more about, the actvtes ask Phl Gretter. Larry Mller s havng a bt of trouble wth the grls lately. They always are wantng to see why he s wearng so many hgh collared sweaters. Only one of the grls does not have to look, Lana Berger. f anyone wants to know what happened at Martha Lowry's party just ask Tom Easterday. He seems to know all the answers. We are very happy to notce that one of C.H.S.'s couples s reunted. Congratulaton to Donna Smth and Lee Dtmre. Among the new couples appearng about the halls of dear old Culver are Joan Dllon and Frank krt. The other couple) ths week s Betty Everett and Bob Whte. Hey Schmdty, where dd you get your whstle? We would lke to have you referee the Bourbon game now that you are a full fledged ref. The school s n store for great enjoyment after ths Saturday's only more days 'tl CHRSTMAS USE OUR CREDT TERMS Lay-a-way Mow! JEWELERS 5 N. Mchgan St. 36 Years Dependable Servce PLYMOUTH 5tf* home game. The Junors ths year are sponsorng, as n the past, dances after all weekend homo games. These dances are held at the Lon's Den and are open to the publc. Another attracton at basketball games are the Senor cords. Senors put n a good deal of tme on these, producng vared and colorful desgns. f you would lke to see a complete dsplay of these cords attend a ball game. You can also help to cheer the team on. The students enjoyed the performance of the ndanapols Symphony, Monday, at the Eppley Audtorum. The frst voln player dd not look lke he was too nterested n the musc. Thus, as the cold wnd whstles through the doorway and the radators clang away, the Tepee must close for another week. PARTCPATES N HANDEL'S "MESSAH" AT DEMSOX XYEHSTY GRANVLLE, OHO The 5 7th annual presentaton of Handel's "Messah" was performed at 3 p.m. Sunday. Dec., n Swasey Chapel by the 8-voce Denson Concert Chor, -pece Strng Orchestra, and guest solosts under the baton of Dale K. Moore, drector of the Denson Conservatory of Musc. Vrgna Kay Persol, a senor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James J L. Persol, 33 Madson St. Culver, sngs alto for the Concert! Chor. Tho Chcago Motor Club advses that on cold wnter mornngs t s mportant to let your car engne warm up before venturng nto traffc. Ths good safety habt helps prevent stallng and also prolongs the lfe of your engne. But remember: f you keep your car n a garage, open all doors before startng the engne. n a closed garage, the concentraton o f carbon monoxde from your exhaust may be deadly. SUBSCRBE TO THE CTZEX Open 6:6 P.M. Week Nghts Closed Dec. 3 and FR., SAT., DEC. 5, 6 "Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea' 7 CnemaScope - Color by Deluxe SUN., MOX., TUES., DEC. 7, 8,!) Sunday, 3:5, 5:8, 7:, Mckey Boouey, Buddy Hackett, "Everythng's Ducky" Joane Sommers, Jacke Cooper Closed Dec. and THE CTZEN PAGE 9 Culver, ndana Wednesday, December S, BATHNG SUTS are losngweght faster than the gals who wear them, wth 9Gl's chcest model weghng n at fve ounces. A&P Plumbng & Heatng Co. Complete Plumbng & Heatng nstallaton and Servce -HOUR SERVCE ANNS V. CRUM Vkng - PAUL R. CRUM WEbster PLYMOUTH, ND. 9tfn THUDS., FR., SAT. "Portrat Of A lobster" Vc.Morrow, Lesle Parrsh, Peter Breck The raw and rough era of prohbton seen at t gorest! Also Color Cartoon SN., MOW, TES., WED. "Whte Chrstmas" Techncolor Bng CVosbjr, Danny Kayc, Rosemary Clooney A story wth laughter and heart to thrll all ages agan and agan* Also Color Cartoon Sunday Feature at, :, (: and 8:3 Evenngs at 7 and :5 FR., SAT., DEC. 8, Mm mhmmn Matnee Saturday at :3 Cont. wh' ^yn JOHN WAYNE STEWART GRANGER KOVACS FABAN l^fljfts theyll apprecate every clay J* tle year Oayble Theatre North Judson, ndana CESAR ROMERO LEE ). COBB KATY JURADO L U.F.lf. CmLDSEK At The El Rancho Theatre On Saturday, Dec. 3 Show Starts :8 P.M. (E.S.T.) Out About 3 P.M. Santa wll be there wth treats for the kds. Chldren admtted up to years of age, 5-n m SUN., MOX., DEC. 7, 8 Matnee Sunday at :8 Cont. Techncolor Pctures "A Thunder Of Oryms" Rchard Boone, George Hamlton, Luanna Patten nd Feature! LUltlKJQA ANTHONY HARD TMES DANCE Saturday, Dec. 6 Co-nc n your old togs and KENTUCKY enjoy the PLAYBOYS' mm$ AMERCAN LESl 5n PHONELAND Bell Chme announces calls wth soft, muscal notes. ^ There's somethng for every member of the famlv at Ploelanl tls season. The new Prncess Phone, the Bell Chme, regular extenson phones n color, handy wall ]>ones anl many more. Call our Busness Offce for nformaton; Put a Phoneland G'tf Certfcate under the tree (HAHCOSA ':... BtlMNE - ' "tt PTTF» 5., SAT., DEC., 3 Matnee Saturday at :3 Cont. Techncolor Pctures "Band Of Angels" ('lark <able, Yvonne De Carlo nd Feature "Somethng Of Value" Bock Hudson, Dorothy Malonc Everyone nvted to bg. free Chrst mas show n techneolo Frday, Dee. at :3 n tn afternoon Gven through the courtesy of Woodrow Stephens nsurance Agency.

15 THE CTZEN PAGE Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, Kngsbury Has Room For,37 n Atom Attack Rep. Brademas Announces Survey Washngton, Sept. 7 Congressman John Brademas of South Bend announced today that a survey by Cvl Defense offcals showed that storage "gloos" at the unused Kngsbury Ordnance Plant n La Porte County could be modfed to serve as fallout shelters for more than, persons. The survey was conducted at the specal request of Brademas. A naton-wde survey of shelter space s not scheduled to begn (untl November, but Brademas requested an earler study because of mpendng dsposal of the property by the General Servces Admnstraton and the nterest n the shelter potental of KOP shown by local ctzens. All Walls Are Concrete The gloo type structures were bult as storage magaznes for muntons manufactured at the ordnance plant. There are 8 8 of the round-roofed gloos whch have a maxmum heght of feet 9 nches and are 8 feet wde. They vary n length from feet ( nches to 8 feet 6 nches. The buldngs are constructed of renforced concrete and covered wth earth. Prelmnary fndngs ndcate that the 8 8 gloos at KOP could accommodate,37 persons n case of nuclear attack. Some extensve modfcatons of the (structures would be necessary, however, before they could be approved as fallout shelters by Cvl Defense. Total Cost Of 5, These would nclude a well and ppng for water, ktchen and santary facltes, electrcty and ventlaton. Cvl Defense authortes estmate that the cost per sheltered person would approxmate $5, or a total cost of about.$65,. Cvl Defense offcals sad n the report that after modfcaton the gloos would provde adequate fallout protecton. Brademas ponted out that only very lmted Federal funds have been allocated ths year for alteraton of exstng buldngs to provde potental shelters. He sad, " want to make very clear that there s no money currently earmarked for the converson of KOP buldngs nto shelters. am glad however that Cvl Defense authortes are showng attenton to.shelter plannng for our area." More nformaton Needed The Cvl Defense report recommends that a fnal decson to develop the gloos as shelters should depend upon the avalablty of mass shelters n exstng buldngs n the ctes and towns of the areas. The area would nclude Mchgan Cty, LaPorte, Kngsbury, Kngsford Heghts, Unon Cty, Stllwell, and Tracey. Brademas has asked Cvl Defense authortes 'for more nformaton on buldngs n these communtes. Brademas says he wll nform the General Servce Admnstraton that the gloos are under consderaton for use as shelters. GSA has responsblty for dsposng of the Kngsbury Ordnance Plant as surplus property. GSA offcals wll be meetng wth local leaders shortly to dscuss possble uses for the KOP property. The Congressman congratulated the regonal offce of the Offce of Cvl Defense n Battle Creek, Mch., for the promptness and thoroughness of the report on KOP and thanked them for recognzng the specal crcumstances and actng n advance of the naton-wde study. Prases Legon Auxlary Brademas also commended the members of the Amercan Legon auxlary of Kngsford Heghts, who orgnally suggested the use of KOP durng natonal emergency, for ther responsble atttude toward cvl defense. Amerca's most talkedabout Spreader has a new Bg Brother... NEW DEA now offers a Flal Spreader 6 bushels bg! As Advertsed n Farm and Home Secton Breedng's Farm Supply PLYMOUTH R&J FOOD MARKET Groceres Beverages - Meat Maxnkuckee Landng Phone Vkng -68 Snclar Gasolne and Ol LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. James Shearer left Thursday to spend the wnter n Calforna and to vst ther son, Sam Shearer, and famly at COMMERC tosemont, Anahem. Mrs. Blanche AVooldrde returned Monday mornng from a weekend vst n South Bend wth her chldren. On Sunday.fternoon she attended a shower n the home of her son gven n honor of her granddaughter, Mss Amy Wooldrdge, who s to be marrned Dec. to Glbert Alyshre of South Bend. The Culver Press Subscrbe To The Ctzen sr.acr.rs UJF» T O D A Y W N 3 «HOLDAY DRAWNG J E G E N T complete Don Budge badmnton let Bobby Shantt baseball glove. ''Sam Huff football scholastc basketball v[x " '?n " EF=F=/Xrsll3EE '.»W wth complete layette and your o w n nurse's unform rslotwernsg T O B U Y! Amtty.; 'Bourfos... Jewelte... Sylvana... Tlmex... Westclox Schck... Wrlsley... Parker... Ronson ond many othersl DRAWNG WLL BE HLD HERE..... lenor's Pharmacy, nc. 5 "Who's got De-cer n ther gasolne? Standard,that's who. -Q- And who treats you ncer fyon know what mean? Standard, that's who S3 3 3 There's De-cer n both gasojnes, at no extra cost yon know, t N -/L-y>' T" w J-J- De-cer k locks out gas- lne freeze to bel< 3W...Oh > j».-j, -(A) J * J X X X X x x X who's m got De-cer n ther gasolne? Every Standard customer, v Kr t r s [ f : TO r J ate ' yj ^ ' * tt J J J s that's who! My advce, sr... ggt De-cer, too Flowers Wred Anywhere JO fy advce, sr. get De-cer/ Now you get the real thng, DE-CER, at no extra cost n both AMERCAN, Gasolnes. Soto prevent gas-lns freeze all wnter long...and enjoy'tast startng, too...just fll up at your Standard Ol Dealer's regularly all vvfnter lon^l CULVER FLORST S. Man St. - CULVER Phone Vkng -35 For Free Delvery On,ft-»l»JM STANDARD OL DtVSONOF AKERCAM OL COMPACT

16 Do You Remember 'Way Back When? B^Hcjhlghts of Culver News of TO,, 3,, and 5 Years Ago Ths Week HXEMBER, ur>! Culver ndans wn over Plymouth Plgrms n a close contest vth a score of 5 to 8., Culver Masonc Lodge elected Henry Hnkle as worshpful master n last Thursday's electon of offcers. Nne members of the Culver Hgh School senor Englsh class and ther nstructor, Frank Mc- Lanc, journeyed to Purdue Unversty last Frday evenng where they saw the Purdue Playshop Presentaton of "Macbeth." ' Fnal plans for the Ffth AngK>l Communty Chrstmas Festval Carol Servce were a.nlon'ced ths week by Col. E. T. Payson, charman of the Department of Musc at the Academy, tnder whose -drecton the annual rogram was ntated n 97. Elementary and Hgh School Chrstmas programs are set for Jec. 8 and 9. Two former Culver Hgh School Jasketball star's, Edde Davs and Vem McKee, left yesterday for >reat Lakes Naval Tranng Staon where they underwent examnaton and enlstment proceedngs. * * * >ECEMBER, The Maxnkuckee. O. O. F. j.odge was host Thursday evenng, 3ec., to the lodges n the.eghth lstrct. The Culver ndans clmbed on ^ fre wagon Frday nght to "nbat the Wnamac ndans here nd the result was an mpressve vctory for the Culver lads, 5 3 to 3. Klnedale Baker s a member of the Choral Unon at ndana Unversty, whch presented ts annual Chrstmas program Sunday. W. R. Easterday was elected worshpful master of the local Masonc Lodge. Mss margaret ugden, Mss Dasy Eckman, Mrs. Claude Newman, and Mrs. John Newman of ths communty were among the seven to receve the second certfcate of progress for ther work at the county leadershp tranng school the past few weeks. DECEMBER O, 3 Fre razed the Lakevew Restaurant and Castle Garden dance hall and practcally destroyed the Louden Grocery early Tuesday mornng and for a tme threatened the entre busness block n the north end of town before t was brought under control. The Red Cross drve for membershp closed Frday wth 33 enrollng n Unon Townshp. Carl Adapts was elected presdent of the Culver Chamber of Commerce at the Monday noon regular meetng. - Other offcers chosen were W. E. Frend, vcepresdent; F. M. Anns, secretary; Dr. C. G. Mackey, treasurer; and M. R. Robnson, natonal councllor. Dr. Wrght of the Educaton Department of ndana Unversty spoke before the PTA meetng- Tuesday on "Recent Trends n Educaton." On Frday evenng the Offcers Club of the Academy held open house to cele-brate the formal openng o>f the new club house, the former Chambers home on North Terrace. As a protecton aganst bank bandts, the Marshall County Banker's Assocaton has organzed a vglante commttee. The local commttee s composed of Roy Swgart, Ben Oberln, Olver Shllng, and Carl Adams. The Culver Hgh School lost to Nappanee, -, Frday nght. *.. * * December,!) Wllam Os'oprn cneu T:ursday mornng, Dec. 8. The Senate has confrmed the presdental appontment and Colonel Ggnllat s now Brg. Gen. Ggnllat. Culver defeated Plymouth Frday nght wth a score of 3-. The new pcture theatre called the "Culver Theatre" wll open on Chrstmas Eve. The appontment of George W. Overmyer as postmaster has been confrmed. * # * DECEMBER, M. R. Clne expects to start a branch factory at Hbbard next sprng for the manufacture of buldng blocks and the sale of cement, etc. A green ol lantern nstead of a red lght wll hereafter ndcate the exts to fre escapes n ndana hotels and lodgng houses. A son was born Dec. 3 to Capt. and Mrs. W. R. Kennedy. ' Undertaker Easterday last Monday bured the Swede, John Oleson, who was found dead near Burr Oak on Nov. 7. Mrs. Charles Eaton recently vsted n Warrngton, Hancock County, and her -year-old grandmother, Mrs. Elzabeth Hollday, who lves there. The slot gum machnes n front of Jesse Crabb's and Slattery's were raded Frday nght, the cash boxes beng torn off and carred away. SUBSCRBE TO THE CTZEN AMERCA NOW produces 5 tme? what t turned out a century ago for 7 tmes as many people. THE CTZEN PAGE Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, DM. The theme of the December school safety poster dstrbuted by the Chcago Motor Club to some 83, grade school classrooms n llnos and ndana s "Wear Whte Alter Dark," Durng the wnter months, when daylght hours are shorter, three out of every fve pedestran fataltes occur durng darkness. t s easer for motorsts to see pedestrans wearng whte clothng whch reflects lght comng from automoble headlamps and street lghts. Always wear or carry somethng whte when walkng at nght. Avod accdents by beng seen. CULVER Phone Vkng -6 We Gve C & S Blue Stamps (Across from the Bonk) YELLOW CREEK LEAN, TENDER, SMOKED LB. astng Gfts For The Famly WE SUGGEST: Brdge Sets (Table & Chars) - $6.95 to $.75 Mrrors Desks Lamps Pctures Chars Hassocks PEaques Tables Hampers Chldren's Chars & H-Chars BASE ROCKERS Rock and Swvel Chars Lounge Chars Reclners Lvng Room Tables Cedar Chests Remember, "Your Dollar Buys More" at fle ARMS mmm\ ARGOS, W * All Beef - Fresh GROUND B lb. 9c YELLOW CREEK PLATTER SLCED Dxe Belle Crackers Defance Oleo "t Whps" Mlnot DOMNO POWDERED No. - Wtfte POTATOES lb. box 9c l-lb. pq«. 5 - $ tall tns 3-9c Lean Shoulder Pork Steak lb. 9c Swft's Premum Proten Club Steak lb. 79c Country Style Back Bone lbs. Gerber's Straned lb. 3c BABY FOODS Lyda. Grey 3 for 9c Facal Tssue Colored Bathroom Tssue -lb. box ct. 9c rolls 99c Defance tall tns lbs. 39c Dog Food - $

17 Wednesday, December 8,»<> THE CULVER CTZEN ON LAKE MAXNKUCKEE NDANA'S MOST BEAUTFUL LAKE Establshed July 3, 89 Devoted to the nterests of Nearly Communtes n Marshall, Starke, Fulton, and Pulask Countes Havng an Estmated Populaton of, Publshed Every Wednesday by The Culver Pre ss, nc. Plymouth, Washngton, and Lake Streets, Culver, ndana Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Offce at Culver, Under the Act of March 3, 879 ndana Year $. Years $6.5 SUBSCRPTON RATES ndana, Out-of-State ndana Out-of-Stat«$.5 6 Months $.5 $.5 r * $7. 3 Months $.5 $.5 JOHN A. CLEVELAND, Busness Manager MARJORE FERRER, Co-Edtor MARGARET McDONALD, Co-Edtor DALE DAVS, Prntng Superntendent New Generatng Plant WS Serve onsumers NDANAPOLS, nd. Hooser "Cooperatve Energy, nc., Thursday, Dec. 7, flled a petton wth the Publc Servce Commsson askng for a certfcate of publc convenence and necessty to construct a 98, -klowatt steam generatng plant n Pke county on the Whte Rver near Petersburg. The petton was fled by attorney Ralph Zoercher of Tell Cty on behalf of 7 Rural Elec-.trc Membershp Corporatons (REMCs) n southern ndana, whch comprse the members of the generatng cooperatve. Fnancng for the new plan! was approved June 5 by the Rural Electrfcaton Admnstraton. Constructon of the generatng plant on a -acre ste and the erecton of,55 mles of transmsson lnes wll requre an electrc rates charged by c o m- nereal utltes for ndustral nvestment of $6,5,. The system wll serve 75, REMC n e m b e r-owner-consumers n most of the rural.terrtory south of Hghway. The REA loan whch wll be repad n full wth nterest over 3 5 years, wll be released to start constructon when the Publc Servce Commsson ssues the requred certfcate. Both state and federal laws gve electrc cooperatves authorty to engage n generaton of electrc energy. Provsons for dong so are specfcally set forth n the ndana REMC Act of, 935 and n the federal Rural Electrfcaton Act of 936. The state statute also provdes for the protecton of the terrtoral rghts of the REMCs. t lmts REMC servce areas to rural sectons and towns or vllages under,5 populaton. Stte law also prevents the REMCS from servng any consumer already beng served wth electrcty by any nvestor-owned or muncpally-owned utlty. :. REMCs under the statutes are oblgated to furnsh electrcty to everyone n ther assgned terrtores who apples for servce. Coordnator Ratts ponted out. that constructon and operaton of the Hooser Energy generatng plant over a -year perod Wll beneft the economy of southern ndana by $6,3,555, ncludng payrolls, rghts-of-way and clearng, supples and servces, taxes and nterest. A coal mne wll be opened to provde the energy for turnng the steam generators. Only ndana coal wll be used by the plant. Generaton of electrc energy wll result n lower power costs for ths area, Ratts explaned. "Hooser Energy," he sad, "wll make t more feasble for ndustral plants to locate and operate, and wll provde lower cost electrc servce for rural consumers. "t wll also set up a yardstck to measure the reasonableness of and resdental consumers alke." "By offerng an addtonal nducement for ndustres to locate n ths area and for present ndustres to expand, Hooser Energy s helpng to make avalable more job opportuntes. "Ths wll beneft many thousands of resdents n ths area, a secton of our state whch long has been plagued by chronc unemployment a n, d under-employment," Ratts ponted out. GREEN TH 'M HER A Portland man, forced by falng health fve years ago to "take thngs easy" went n for gardenng n a bg way. n a feature artcle n the Portland Graphc, Luclle Thomas descrbed the fabulous gardens of the man, Guy Pubp. n the yard of hs home ths year Pubp had a- round, tulps and asters, 75 chrysanthemums, more than two dozen peones and hundreds of rs. n lesser numbers were bachelor buttons, margolds, poppes, begonas, znnas, cockscomb and creepng pholox. As an nnovaton he planted lettuce to form a sold green bed as a background for hs peones. TODAY'S CHLD has % fewer textbooks than the average chld of years ago. f the answer s no, there's only one thng to do... brng t to us for a complete check-up. GOMPL Wheel Balancng and Algnment Brake Servce Complete Motor Overhaul Tune-Up gnton Servce Pant and Body Work Check Battery FREE ESTMATES sevce HES & e CHEVROLET, nc. West Jefferson Street CULVER Phone Vkng -8 Nght Phono Argos 8!>-5(f 5n Amerca's most talkedabout Spreader has a new Bg Brother... NEW DEA now offers a Flal Spreader 6 bushels bg! As Advertsed n Farm and Home Secton rnamac Sales Co. WNAMAC m l.t We stlt have a fne choce t>f gfts for your last mnute Chrstmas shoppng. LET US DO YOUR GFT WRAPPNG AND WE SHP ANYWHERE For Your Shoppng Convenence Week Sundays We Wll Be Open Days 9: A.M. to 9: P.M. : Noon untl 9: P.M. Closng at 6: P.M. Chrstmas Eve "'.THtlVt M c t t^, - - Notce To payers OF ADDTONAL APPROPRATONS Notce s hereby gven the taxpayers of West Townshp, Marshall County, ndana, that the proper legal offcers of sad muncpalty at ther regular meetng place at 7:3 o'clock, P.M., on the 8tl day of December, 96, wll consder the followng addtonal appropratons whch sad offcers consder necessary to meet the extraordnary emergency exstng at ths tme. SPECAL SCHOOL FUND: F-l nsurance and Offcal Bonds $8. Funds for the above addtonal appropraton to be derved from unantcpated revenue receved la the Specal School Fund. Taxpayers appearng at such meetng shall have a rght to be heard thereon. The addtonal appropraton as fnally made wll be automatcally referred to the j State Board of Tax Commsson- ers, whch Board wll htfld a further hearng wthn ffteen days at the County Audtor's offce of Marshall County, ndana, or at such other place as may be desgnated. At such hearng, taxpayers objectng to any of such addtonal appropratons may be heard and nterested taxpayers may nqure of the County Audtor when and where such hearng wll be held. JOHN RUFF. Truster- Centerpeces Create a festve holday atmosphere n your home (and thers) wth tradtonal Chrstmas flowers and greenery n dstnctve planters. Ponsettas CHRSTMAS GREENS ROPNG PLANTS CEMETERY PECES WREATHS CENTERPECES CANDLES DECORATONS FOR THE HOLDAYS Bonded Member Florsts Telegraph Delvery We Wre Flowers Anywhere Felke Florst PLYMOUTH We Delver Telephone WFMer 6-365

18 SEVENTH DAY ADVENTST M. G. Johnson, Pastor Worshp Servce 9:3 a.m. Sabbath School :3 a.m. CHURCH NEWS BURR OAK E.U.B. CHURCH Bert Cramer Jr., Superntendent Mornng Worshp 9: a.m. Sunday School : a.m. EMM AN UE L EVA NGELOAL UNTED BRETHREN CHURCH Rev. Walter Chsholm, Pastor Jesse Whte, Superntendent Sunday School 9:3 a.m. Mornng Worshp :3 a.m. Youth Fellowshp 7:3 p.m. Evenng Worshp 8: p.m. Prayer Meetng 8: Wed. GRACE UNTED CHURCH Rev. H. W. Holman, Pastor.Musc Mrs. Robert T. Rust Margaret Swanson Sunday School 9:3 a.m. Mornng Worshp :3 a.m. ST. MARY'S OF THE LAKE CATHOLC CHURCH "The Church Wth The Gold Crosses" Rev, Joseph A. Lenk, Pastor Sunday Mass 7: a.m., 8: R.m. and : a.m. Daly Mass 9: a.m. Confessons Saturday 7: p.m. to 9: p.m. Confessons Sunday 7: a.m. to 9: a.m. ZON GOSPEL CHAPEL Rev. Jack Cahll, Mnster Maron Klne, Superntendent Dwght Klne, Class Leader Manson Leap, Lay Leader Sunday School 9:3 a.m..preachng Servce :5 a.m. Evenng Worshp 8 p.m., every th Sunday of the month. Prayer Meetng Thursday 8: p.m. Everyone Welcome. UNON CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN State Road 7 Eldon Morehouse, 'astor Joe Hcser, Superntendent Sunday School" 9:3 a.m. Hornng Worshp :3 a.m. SANT ANN'S CATHOLC CHURCH, MONTEREY Rev. Edward Matuszak Pastor Sunday Masses: 7:3 and 9:3.m. Weekday Masses: 8:5 (Wner) 7: (Summer). Holy day of Oblgaton: 6:3.m. Evenng as announced on arsh bulletn. Holy Communon dstrbuted ach weekday at 7:. ] Confesson: Saturday to 5 *. and 7 to 9 p.m. Before Sunlay Masses. ST. THOMAS' EPSCOPAL lentcr and Adams Sts., Plymouth Father Wllam C. R. Sherdan, Pastor Wnter Schedule Y:3 a.m. Holy Communon 9:3 a.m. Famly Eucharst, reakfast 9:3 a.m. Church School ursery ATEK-' TTLES OF BOBBS- KRRLL books, many best-sell- s among them, are on sale at le Ctzen offce. Drop n and Vok them over. Methodst Group Mnstry (A fellowshp of Methodst Churches n the area south and east of Lake Maxnkuckee.) FULTON COUNTY PARSH Theodore R. Roberts, Pastor MONTEREY METHODST Valentne Renhold, Superntendent Worshp at 9:5 a.m. Church School at :5 a.m. DELONG METHODST Paul Hoover Superntendent Church School at 9:5 a.m. Worshp at :5 a.m. LETTERS FORD METHODST Leon Wellng, Superntendent Church School at a.m. Worshp at :5 a.m. M.Y.F. on nd and th Sundays CULVER CRCUT Rev. Clyde Beckuer Jr., Pastor MAXNKUCKEE METHODST Enoch Andrews, Superntendent Worshp at 9:3 a.m. every Sunday. Church School at :5 a.m. MT. HOPE METHODST Rev. Clyde Beckuer Jr. Pastor Wayne Klne, Superntendent Church School at : a.m. Worshp at : a.m. on every nd and th Sunday. SANTA ANNA METHODST Rev. Clyde Beckuer Jr., Pastor Phlp Peer, Superntendent Church School at : a.m. Worshp at : a.m. on every st and 3rd Suday. Evenng Worshp at 7:3 on nd and th Sundays. POPLAR GROVE CHARGE W. Ray Kuhn, Pastor Wllam Lake, Superntendent Church School at : a.m. Worshp at :5 each Sunday. RCHLAND CENTER CRCUT Calvn McCteheon, Pastor RCHLAND CENTER METHODST Herbert, Warner, Superntendent Sunday School at 9:3 a.m. on st and 3rd Sundays, (:3 on nd and th Sundays). Worshp at 9:3 a.m. on nd and th Sundays, (:5 on st and 3rd Sun.). M.Y.F. at 7: p.m. Prayer and Bole Study on Thursdays at 8: p.m. BURTON METHODST Wllam Belcher, Superntendent Sunday School at 9:3 a.m. on nd and th Sundays, (:3 on st and 3rd). Worshp at 9:3 a.m. on st and 3rd Sundays, (:5 on nd and th Sun.) M.Y.F. at 7: p.m. Evenng Worshp at 7:3 on nd and th Sundays. Prayer and Bble Study on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. SAND HLL CRCUT SAND HlL; METHODST Russell Good, Pastor Glen Hart, Superntendent Church School at : a.m. Worshp at : a.m. on st and 3rd Sundays. (SLEAD METHODST Grover Shaffer, Superntendent Church School at : a.m. Worshp at : a.m. on nd and th Sundays. CHURCH OF GOD R. Warren Sorenson, Pastor.Burton Feece, Superntendent Sunday School 9:5 a.m. Mornng Worshp :5 a.m. Evenng Worshp 7:3 p.m. MEMORAL CHAPEL CULVER MLTARY ACADEMY Chaplan Allen F. Bray, USXR Celebraton of Holy Communon, 8: a.m. Mornng Prayer and Sermon, : a.m. Vespers, Tuesday and Thursdays, 7: p.m. The Chapel s open daly for personal prayer and medtaton from 7 a.m. untl p.m. Vstors always welcome! TRNTY EVANGELCAL UNTED BRETHREN CHURCH Thomas C. Rough, Mnster Roger O. York, Superntendent Sunday School : a.m. Mornng Worshp : a.m. Evenng Worshp 7:3 p.m. on alternate Sundays. Chor Practce 6:3 p.m. Thursday. Prayer Meetng 7:3 p.m. Thursday. Lades Ad : p.m. Second Thursday of each month. CULVER BBLE CHURCH 78 South Man Street Rev. Paul Kng, Pastor. Sunday School : a.m. Classes for all ages. Mornng Worshp : a.m. Separate servces for preschoolers through fourth grade. Tranng Hour 6:3 p.m. Evenng Servce 7:3 p.m. Nursery avalable for all Sunday servces. Frayer Meetng and Bble Study 7:3 p.m. Wednesday. CULVER METHODST CHURCH "The Church Wth The, Chmes" Rev. Kendall E. Sands, Pastor Robert Lndvall, Superntendent Sunday School 9:3 a.m. Mornng Worshp : a.m. PRETTY LAKE EVANGELCAL UNTED BRETHREN CHURCH Thomas Rough, Pastor Frank Bar Jr., Superntendent. Mornng Worshp 9:5 a.m. Sunday School : a.m. Evenng Worshp 7: p.m. on alternate Sundays. Prayer Meetng 7: p.m. Wednesday. TRNTY LUTHERAN CHURCH Cty Lbrary (Culver) R. J. Mueller, B. D. pastor (phone: Rochester: CA 3-56) Worshp Servces every Sunday at 9: a.m. Sunday School at : a.m. Chldren's Confrmaton Class at 5 p.m. Frdays. Communon on last Sunday of the month. SUBSCRBE TO THE CTZEN EASTERDAY urmc ERDAYJ FUNERALHONE James D. Bonne Wm. Easterday C U L V E R Kndness to the departed and sympathetc help to the famly and frends. THE STATE EXCHANGE BANK W.. Osborn A. N. Butler Hampton Boswell [ R E C T O R O. C. Shllng Glenn Overmyer W. L. Johnson Culver, Argos, and Carl M. ndana ndana Adams George E. Eley Margaret MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOST NSURANCE CORPORATON Swanson - A»V--JLM. J. Rchard Behner, Superntendent Sunday School : a.m. Mornng Worshp : a.m. FRST CHURCH OF CHRST SCENTST, S. Mchgan St., Plymouth Sunday School :3 a.m. Mornng Worshp :3 a.m. "s the Unverse, ncludng Man, Evolved by Atomc Force?" s the subject of the Lesson-Sermon to be heard Sunday at Chrstan Scence churches. Openng the Scrptural readng ngs wll be ths passage from Psalm 9: "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the frmament sheweth hs handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and nght unto nght sheweth knowledge. There s no speech nor language, where ther voce s not heard...the law of the Lord s perfect, convertng the soul: the testmony of the Lord s sure, makng wse the smple. The statutes of the Lord are rght, rejocng the heart: the commandment off the Lord s pure, enlghtenng the eyes." Also pontng up the supreme power of God are correlatve passages from "Scence and Health wth Key to the Scrptures" by Mary Baker Eddy whch nclude (p. 7) : "God s the dvne Prncple of all that represents Hm and all that really exsts." Wde Awake Class To Meet Members of the Wde Awake Class of the Culver Methodst Church wll meet at 7:3 p.m. on Thursday, Dec., at the home of Mrs. Herschel Rector for an old-fashoned Chrstmas party and $ gft exchange. Other hostesses wth Mrs. Rector, are Mrs. Ruth Kersey, charman, Mrs. Charles Faulkner, and Mrs. Lyman Morrs. Classfed Ads Do The Job The S O C A L PRnTllG Culver Press HENRY H. CULVER LODGE No. 7 P. & A. M. Stated meetngs frst and thrd Thursdays of 7 : 3 each month at <v//^^ p.m. Vstng brothers J\^^$r welcome. N^X^ Harold Fltterlug, AV. M. P. James Lttle Jr., Secretary Every Other SUNDAY : A.M. WSJV-TV Channel 8 Every SUNDAY :5 A.M. WSBT 6 k.c. F o r Lades and (gentlemen, * MRS. VERLY SMTH'S HEALTH FARM Phone Vkng -87 Culver, Route (County Lne Road, West of Burr Oak at Yellow. Rver Brdge) Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, tmd Next to the Churches a newspaper s a towns most valuable asset. Roger W. Babson. Professonal Drectory PHYSCANS REED MEDCAL CENTER DONALD W. REED, M.D. Offce: College Avenue Offce Hours: -5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Frday 7-9 p.m. Mondays & Thursdays Saturday, a.m.- noon Phones: Offce Vkng -5 Resdence Vkng - SPECALSTS' CONSULTATON READLY AVALABLE JOSEPH D. HOWARD, M.D. PHYSCAN General Medcne & Obstetrcs Offce: H N. Man St. Offce Hours By Appontment Mon. & Thurs.: -5, 7-9 P.M. Tues. & Fr.: - A.M., -6 P.M. Wed. & Sat.: 9- A.M. Offce & Resdence Phone Vkng -355 OSTEOPATHC MEDCAL PHYSCANS E. D. POWERS, D.O. PHYSCAN General Practce and Rectal Dseases Offce Hours by Appontment Culver Clnc - X. Oho Offce Phone Vkng -335 Resdence Phone Vkng -7( FRANK A. KRT, D.O. PHYSCAN & SURGEON krt Clnc - Lake Shore Dr. Offce Hours by Appontment Offce Phone Vkng -337 Resdence Phone Vkng -8 W. H. FSH, D.O. PHYSCAN & SURGEON General Practce and Urology Offce Hours by Appontment Culver Clnc - N. Oho Offce Phone Vkng -335 Home Phone Vkng -35 DENTSTS TROY L. BABCOCK, D.D.S. DENTST Offce Hours by Appontment Phone Vkng East Shore Drve JOHN W. OLDHAM, D.D.S. DENTST Offce Hours by Appontment Phone Vkng -8 Northern ndana Publc Servce Company Buldng FOSTER F. SHELLER, D.D.S. DENTST Offco Hours by Appontment Phone Vkng -3 5 College Avenue OPTOMETRSTS DR. F. L. BABCOCK OPTOMETRST Phone Vkng Offce Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Wednesdays 3 South Man Street, COMPLETE Optca] Servce Eyes Examned G L A S S E S CONTACT LENSES Acoustcon Hearng Ad Glasses DR. HERSCHELL R. COL OPTOMETRST Fort Wayne 338 AV. Berry St. Parkng Just East of Medcal Center : Call A-98 for Appontments PODATRST RCHARD J. DETER, D.S.C: Foot Orthopedcs Surgcal Chropody and u FOOT SPECALST Thursdays by Appontment North Oho Street "." Phone Vkng J S r

19 THE CTZEN PAGE Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 8, 9 FARM EQUPMENT FOR SALE BA RGAN HEA DOOA RTERs "Qualty Farm Equpment" Plymouth Farm Supply (Your John Deere Dealer) 3 7tfn jln WHS WKW *m Culver's Four-County Tradng Area's Recognzed Market Place RATES: Up to 5 words, 75c; weeks, $.3; 3 weeks, $.65; weeks, $.8. Up to 5 words, $.5; weeks, $.6; 3 weeks, $3.3; weeks, $3.6. Addtonal words 3c each. Mnmum charge 75c. Specal dscount for 6 or 5 Consecutve nsertons. RATES quoted are for cash wth order; add 5c f charged. Servce charge of $ for blnd ads n care of The Ctzen. Classfed dsplay, $ per nch. Card of Thanks, n Memorams, and Obtuares, $.5. Front page readng notces, up to 35 words, $. Local dsplay advertsng rate 7c per column nch. Ads accepted untl 9 a.m. Wednesday, day of publcaton. NOTCES GET THE BEST GET SEA L T EST CE CREAM FLAVOR OF THE MONTH: Choeo-Mnt Mnrshmallow CULVER NEWS AGENCY 8 S. Man St. Culver, nd. tfn ALL KHVS OF THE CULVER PRESS SPECAL SERVCES ATTENTON FARMERS: Specalsts n tractor, generator, and starter repar. Rochester Armature and gnton Co.. 5 Man Street, Phone CAptol 3-3, Rochester, nd. 6tfn We are always ort 'th-j job to gve you one day servce f requested CULVER CLEANERS ^ tfn FELKE FLORST Plymouth Cut Flowers and Potted Plants Of AH Knds Funeral Work A Specalty We are as close as your phone WE -35 COLLECT 5tfn POULAN & PONEER CHAN SAWS SALES and SERVCE Used Chan Saws Also Avalable MKE FTTERLNG'S POWER MOWER & MARNE Open Weekdays 8 to 3 & :3 to 6 Saturdays 8 to 6 Phone Vkng S. Man St. CULVER 39tfn ADDE'S PE SHOP 9 E. LaPovte St. Pyft>nnth Featurng Home Style Baked Goods FRESH DALY Pes Cakes Cookes Breakfast & Dnner Rolls Doughnuts Complete Lne Of Delcatessen Foods Phone WEbsfer fl-387 tfn Walter Prce's Abattor and Sausage Ktchen CUSTOM BUTCHERNG Wholesale and Retal Meats Complete Processng Servce For Home Freezers One-Fourth Mle South of Plymouth on Muckshaw Road Phone Plymouth WE -89 tfn CALL US FOR ESTMATES on remodelng jobs. We do all types of remodelng, pantng, decoratng, cover cracked walls and celngs, and also do alumnum sdng. Maxnkuckee Homes, phone V tfn CONCRETE SEPTC TANKS $5 and up. Also state F.H.A. and V.A. approved tanks, dry-well! lds, grease traps. Also pato LVE BAT & TACKLE SPORTNG GOODS SNACK BAR - 6 A.M. 'TL HANSEN'S Lake Store >rve CULVER WAMTE D tln WANTED: Used toys. Wll be repared and gven to needy chldren by V.F.W. Post 699. Can be left at V.F.W. Club after p.m. or call the Club and they wll be pcked up. 8-3n RAGS WANTED at The Culver Press, nc. Fve cents a pound. Must be clean cotton rags sutable for washng presses. 3 tf* WANTED FARMS FOR SALE ALL SZES Small, Medum, Large ANYWHERE n Northern ndana WRTE US Gve your exact locaton, we wll call. LACKEY & MURPHY S. Mchgan St. Plymouth. ndana FOR SALE blocks, steppng stones, and storm j ll,. P V SO ENVELOPES, j shelters. Shrar Brothers 3 Hammermll Bond, 6 % sze, prnted wth your name and address. Chester St., Plymouth, nd. WEb-j ter *.' Box of; 5, $7.75. The Ctzen Offce, Press Buldng. Culver. 8 f ludon TYPEWRTER SERV- CE, Vz North Mchgan St.. Plymouth. Sales-Ser vce-rentals. BOATS FOR~ SALE Typewrters and Addng Machnes, j Repars on all makes. Royal Portable dealer. Phone WE tfn THE PLYMOUTH ACCOUNTNG SERA'CE, John T. Murphy, 6. Mchgan St., Plymouth. Publc accountants- and tax consultants. Phone WE tf* SCRATCH PADS for sale at The Ctzen offce. A varety of szes to choose from at just 6.^. per dozen, 3«t for sx. Large sze pads also avalable at only <f each. 8tf FREE! FREE! FREE! Your choce Kroger Han or Turkey wth purchase of any major applance or console stereo untl December 3. MONTGOMERY WARD CO. Plymouth 7-5n H O M E G R O W N CHRSTMAS TREES and trmmngs Scotch, Red, and Jack pne. lvz mle south of Monterey. C. R. Kelsey, phone n CLEARANCE SALE 35 TO CHOOSE FROM 35 Travel tralers, truck campers, moble homes, new and used. Htches, Parts, and nsurance BUY NOW SAVE NOW HALL'S MOBLE HOMES M m. E. of Jet. U.S. 6 & 3 LaPaz, nd. SU FOR SALE: A full selecton of Men's & Boys' shoes. Culver Clothers. Culver, nd. 3 tfn FOR SALE: Grl's ce skates, sze : par boy's ce skates, sze 3; black sport jacket, sze 8; par grl's boots, sze, used one month; par boy's boots, sze. Phone Vkng -3. 5n j FOR SALE: Kelvnator refrger- j ator and Pblco TV. Phone Vkng n. FOR SALE: Beagles Good started rabbt dogs. $5 each, j Phone OA 3-36, Rochester, nd. 9-"! WEST SHORE BOAT SERVCE j Sales Servce * Storage Rentals Gas & Ol Launchng J Mercury Motors Crosby and Lone Star Boats All Marne Supples J 588 West Shore Drve. Culver! Phoue Vkng - tfn PETS FOR SALE SPRNGER SPANEL PUPPES, AKC regstered, nternatonal champon bloodlnes, sturdy beautes for feld and show. Wll hold untl Chrstmas. Vkng -95., S-n LVESTOCK FOR SALE HAMPSHRE FEEDER PGS Vaccnated, castrated, delvered. Wrte or call Gran Belt Feeder Pg Co., R.R., Phone 7, Lu -? el - ne ' _. n 5 d. FEEDER PGS Wse, or Mo. Vac. and castrated, Allstate Feeder Pg- Sales, Rt. Box 8 A, Logansport, nd. Ph. 33. PRODUCE FOR Le. and Bonded. 5n SALE ORDER NOW Varety, Qualty apples, y or bu. sze. Tarn's Orchard, US-, Burnettsvlle, nd. 5n EGGS AND POULTRY FOR SALE: Fresh eggs sold at farm daly. Ann Broeker, -/ mle west of Road 7 on Road 8. Phone V Sn REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Sales Lake = REAL ESTATE see C. W. EPLEY REALTY FOR RENT Rentals Resdental 5 tfn FOR RENT: -bedroom, all modern house wth automatc ol heat, mmedate -possesson. Phone Vkng -3Q,. 5tfn FOR RENT OR SALE: Sx-room house, ol heat, new ktchen. One block from the lake. Phone Vkng -.,5 tn FOR RENT: Th re e-bedroom house, modern wth ol heat. O. T. Smth, Vkng -5. 5tfn FOR RENT: y bedroom moble home. Clyde Shvely, phone Vkng tfn. APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT: Partly furnshed three-room apartment wth soft water and ol heat ncluded. Mrs Clark Ferrer, 35 E. Washngton St. Phone V tfn FURNSHED APARTMENT. 6 Pearl Street. Phone Vkng? 3. 37tn FOR RENT: Two-room apartment. Combnaton lvng room and ktchen, bedroom, and bath. Stove, refrgerator, heat, and hot water furnshed. Ground floor. Bll Washburn, Phone V -9. 9tfn BUSNESS OPPORTUNTES E XCEPTON A O PPORT V N T Y Relable man or woman from ths area to dstrbute complete lne of cgarettes, confectons, etc. through new automatc dspensers. We 'wll establsh accounts for you. Car and reference desrable. Party must have cash captal of $9. Good potental earnngs part-tme; f u -tme more. For personal ntervew, gve phone, etc. Wrte P. O. Box > 56, Rochester, Mnn. 5* TERRAMYCN- SofubleFwder Helps Prevent Stress! As Advertsed n -the Farm and Home 'Secton ZECHEL Fsm Servce -M> Lberty St., Culver AMERCA'S MOST FAMOUS SGNATURE! BENJAMN FRANKLN S THE ONLY PERSON TO HAVE SGNUP HS SGNATURE ON ALL FOUR POCUMENTS THAT (SAVE BRTH TO OUR NATON, THEPECLA - RATON OF NPEPENPENCE, THE TREATY OF ALLANCE WTH FRANCE, THE TREATY OF PEACE WTH ENGLANP ANP THE CONSTTUTON OF THE UNTEP&TATES' OVER MLLON YOUNG AMERCANS ENROLLEO N OUR SCHOOLS THS YEAR ARE LEARNNG THE MPORTANCE OF THER OWN SGNATURES..^ THAT T SGNFES THER NC/VPUAL B/RTHRGHTS GVNG THEM THE POWER OF AUTHORTY TO ACT N THER OWN BEHALF.. j HSTORY W THE MAKNG... WHLE MANY PENS ARE BENG USEP f PALY BY ENGNEERS, SCENTSTS ANP SPACE EXPERTS AUTHORZNG- SPACE EXPLORATONS A NEW TLT-TP PEN HAS ; TS APPEARANCE MAPE ANP \ PROMSES TO MAKE J A GREAT P/FFERENCE N WRTNG COMFORT. Mrs. Maron B. Sulzberger, returnng to New York Cty from a busness trp n Chcago, vstad her mother, Mrs. E. E. Zechel, Wednesday nght and Thursday of last week. Motorsts should keep themselves as well as ther cars condtoned for wnter drvng, says the Chcago Motor Club. Wnter drvng requres dfferent drvng technques especally when streets and roads 'are slppery. Accelerate slowly when slppery condton exst. On snow or ce, test the tracton occasonally by lghtly touchng the brakes. t Needs FREE ESTMATES REASONABLE PRCES PROMPT SERVCE Publcatons, Perodcals, Books, By-Laws, Programs, Crcular Letters, Busness Statements, nvoces, Annual Statements, Hand Slls, Letterheads, Cards, Envelopes, etc. e mmr rress MSSNG: EVER SNCE ONE OF THE FOUR PENS usee TO s/6n THE U.N. CHARTER ON JUNE.K; 93, WAS P/.-COVEKEP MSSNG... THE REMANNG rr'kes HA VB BSBN U V55K7 LOCK ANP :^s; K r/c u.n.akcnrv^ N NEW >OK\. ll Taxpayer OF ADDTONAL APPROPRATONS Notce s hereby gven the tax payers of Unon Townshp, Ma shall County, ndana, that th proper legal offcers of sad mun cpal.ty at ther regular meetn; place at 7:3 o'clock, P.M., E.S.T, on the 8th day of Decenbe 96, wll consder the follown; addtonal appropratons whcl sad offcers consder necessar; to meet the extraordnary emer gency exstng at ths tme. TOWNSHP FUND: No. Townshp Socal Securty $89.' The above amount was a return from the Publc Employee's Re trement Fund'. TUTON FUND: No. B Pay of Teachers $,. The above amount s money re ceved from North Bend Town shp as advanced payment fo transfer pupls. SPECAL SCHOOL FUND: B6 Other nstructonal Exp enves $ 5QMj B Repar and Replacement of Equpment 3,5. Funds for the above addton;! appropratons to be dervec from decreasng Account B5 the amount of $5. and b; decreasng Accounts El and E; n the amount of $3,5.. Taxpayers appearng at sucl meetng shall have a rght to n heard thereon. The addtonal ap propratcn as fnally made wl be automatcally referred to tn State Board of Tax Commsson ers, whch Board wll hold a fur ther hearng wthn ffteen day at the County Audtor's offce o Marshall County, ndana, or a such other place as may be desg nated. At such hearng, taxpayer! objectng to any of.such addtons appropratons may be heard am nterested taxpayers may nqun of the County Audtor when^jt where such hearng wll be h^lff EUGENE G. BENEDCT, Trustee, Unon Townshp 9- ndana Alcoholc Beverage Commsson LLNOS BLDG, N ) A N A P O L S Leg' ;al Notce Of Publc Hearng Notce s hereby gven that the Local Alcoholc Beverage Hoard of Marshall County, ndana, wll, at 9. A.M. on the th day of January, 96 at the Commssoners Room, Court House, n the Cty (or town) of Plymouth, ndana n sad County, begn nvestgaton of the applcaton.. of the followng named persons, requestng the ssue to the applcant, at the locaton herenafter set out, of the Alcoholc Beverage Permt of the class herenafter desgnated and wll, at sad tme and place, receve nformaton concernng the ftness of sad applcant, and the proprety of ssung the permt appled for to such applcant at the premses named: Names Locatons Classfcatons El Ray nc., by Dale Hght, Pres., Green, ndana and Catharne Sparrow, Sec,, Green, ndana (Restaurant) Beer & Wne Retalers, 5 S. Man, Culver, ndana Amercan Legon No. 68, by Gene Van Der Weele, Charman of Drectors, and Bruce Van Der Weele, Sec, Argos,'ndana'(Club) Beer, Lquor & Wne Retalers, N. Frst St., Argos. ndrapfl* SAD NVESTGATON WLL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLC, AM) PUBLC PARTCPATON S REQUESTED; NDANA ALCOHOLC BEVERAGE COMMSSON By W. F. CONDON ' Executve Secretary JOE A. HARRS Charman

20 The Culver nn Lsted n New ^Travel Book Receves Duncan Nnes Recognton The Culver nn has receved naton**) recognton n the new 9 edton of the Duncan Hnes Travel Book "Lodgng for a Nght/' Boy H. Park, edtor-n-.clef of the. Duncan Hnes nsttute, aunounced today. The Culver nn s one of 8 lodgng places n North Amerca "R e c o m mended by Duncan Hnes." Other Duncan Hnes <books. are: the companon travel book. "Adventures n Good Eat- K<ng," also newly republshed; and the Duncan Hnes gude to resorts and.vacaton spots, "Vacaton Gude," the latest- edton publshed n July. "Ths s our 7th year of contnuous publcaton and servce, to.the Amercan travelng publc," Park stated. "t s also our ffth.year of contnung surveys our publc opnon audt of eatng and lodgng establshments. Ths year we receved 6, nomnatons of more than, restaurants, hotels, motels and resorts from, people who have the means to eat and stay at the best places n North Amerca." These survey results plus comments from the travelng publc and an actual nspecton by a staff feld representatve, Park sad, provde the gudes for makng the fnal selecton of the 8 out of establshments n the ^hosptalty ndustry lsted n -the r*hree Duncan Hnes Travel Books. "t has been our polcy never to apply publc ratngs to places recevng the Duncan Hnes recommendaton," he explaned. "Lstngs gve the facts and are so worded that a traveler can decde for hmself whch establshment best.suts hs tastes and needs. Lstngs are by mert only. There s no charge for a lstng n fact, no charges of any sort nothng hdden, no membershp fees, no commssons, no acceptance of advertsng or gratu tes." ' *? The 96 edtons have been completely rewrtten and revsed, lstng by lstng, the edtor-nchef ponted out, as well as havng revsed covers. "The new 'Adventures n Good Batng' contans more pages than ever before 3 but fewer lstngs. Anyone usng ths new book wll fnd many new eatng places ncluded, for we made 75 changes n places -lew-ly lsted or Heleted snce 96," Park ponted out. "Lodgng for a Nght" represents some 5 changes n places newly lsted or deleted snce last year. Ths new edton s also the largest ever publshed n number of pages 6. More detaled nformaton and acluson of the new hotels and**"motor hotels bult n North Amerca.n 9 6 necesstated ncreased sze, the nsttute spokesman reported. Both books have latest nformaton on new telephone and nterstate route numbers well as turnpke, exts and arport proxmty. Despte th,e_. ncreased sze of the books. Parks notes that both are stll "convenent' pocket sze and stll sellng' for -the same $.5 prce thaf-rras prevaled for ever a quarter of: a century -as a contnung servce to the mllons wf Amercans w*h*o have traveled by Duncan Hnes:" Busness Dscussed (Contnued from Page > 9 6., even though t s always possble for some last-mnute occurrence to change the outlook. Readers wll get my detaled "Outlook for 96" n ths paper the last week of December. t wll treat of Busness, nflaton, Retal Trade, Wages, Employment, Poltcs, and the Stock Market. From what see now, ths Forecast should ndcate a Merry Chrstmas for you... All sectons of the country, of course, wll not»be equally happy ths Chrstmas. The thousands of famles n Texas-and other areas whch have.surfeted damaged and lost homes from hurrcanes and floods cannot -her expected to forget ther losses: On the other hand, states whch have been drought-rdden-are rejocng over recent rans. The- weather could stll be a bg factor n ths year's Chrstmas buyng, n fact, we are nclned not'tol.atach enough mportance to un'governable forces such as weatl^x,.floods, epdemcs, threat of-wfj', etc.. Buldng Shelters The present"-rush to buld fallout shelters.poses another queston for busness. Too.much talk j along these. lnes could hurt general trade. Manufacturers may ask. "f ths fallout s comng, why work so hard? Why bother?" And workers, may gve more thought.to the problem of fndng shelter than to dong ther jobs or spendng ther Chrstmas bonuses. Worry about the future could concevably have a darkenng effect on the outlook for retal trade ths approachng Holday Season. court By DAVD KELLY, Scrbe Eghteen Scouts, two leaders, and the Troop Commttee were present Monday, Dec.. A flm on the "Cottontal Rabbt." was shown by Conservaton Offcer Donald Wanscott. Mr. Wanscott all so gave a talk on conservaton. Greg Dawson went before the Board of Revew for Lfe rank. Ken Tasch and Kent Overmyer passed ther Tenderfoot. Our Chrstmas party wll be helld next Monday. All Scouts should brng a gft of not more than 5 cents. The Arrows < wll furnsh the cder and the Hawks are provdng the cookes and the doughnuts. We.are -sellng Chrstmas trees at Mel's Standard Servce Staton. Amerca's most BOY ("(SCOUTS OF AMERCA- tatkedabout Spreader has a new Bg Brother... NEW Yule Tme s Jewel DEA now offers a Flal Spreader 6 bushels bg! As Advertsed n Farm and Home Secton C. Howard Robbns Farm mplements ROCHESTER Tme We stll have a lot of beautful trees left. The Troop s gvng a free tree to the churches who wsh j one. f you're not sure when you sell contact the Scoutmaster. There wll be a Green Bar meetng at Dave Kelly's house on Thursday, Dec. to plan January's meetngs and actvtes. The monthly swm meetng wll be Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Academy pool. You must be at least a Tenderfoot to attend. Troop meetngs begn at 7: and end at 8:.5 every'monday. Any boy years old, or older, s extended a welcome to attend our meetng's. THE FED E R A L GOVERN MENT'S bll.for paper towels now exceeds George Washngton's entre federal budget. THE CTZEN PAGE 5 Cnlver, ndana Wednesday, December 3, 6 Ths Sze Ad n The Ctzen Costs Just $. Weekly! tfn FULTON COUNTY COMMUNTY SALE Rochester, ndana SOME OF OUR TOP PRCES OF SATURDAY, DEC. O: -lb. Calf Fred Banks, Culver cwt lb. Calf Dave Trent, Twelve Mle cwt, 33.5 Ho. Cow Sprnger _Letha Hott, Rochester 95. Ho. Cow Sprnger E. L. Dawalt, Macy lb. Bull /_L. Sensbaugh Farm, Argos _ cwt..75 -lb. Bull John Evers, Rochester cwt..o 35-lb. Cow Lawrence Cramer, davlle cwt lb. Cow Lawrence Cramer, davlle ewt ). Ho. Cow.lAlvn Weaver, Rochester cwt. 5.SO -lb. Ho. Cow Bob Mastelar, Kewanna cwt b; Ho. Cow Kenneth Mller, Claypool cwt lb. Steer cwt. 5,5 895-lb. Steer cwt. 5; 885-lb. Steer Njornan Meser, Rochester cwt.. 35-lb. Str., Shorthorn & Hereford. Cross Clfford Morrs, Rochester -cwt lb. Str., Shorthorn ft'hereford Cross Clfford Morrs, Rochester cwt lb. Hfr., Shorthorn & Hereford Cross Clfford Morrs, Roclester cwt. 3.3»3-lb. Ho. Str. LPaul Fsher, Peru cwt.. 5-lb. Ho. Str. Homer Knder, Rochester cwt,. 3 Srs., 77 lbs. W. C. Holms, Logansport cwt. 6, 7-lb. Pgs Baker & Baker, Rochester ea lb. Hogs.Margaret Fonts, Denver cwt. 7. -lb. Hogs Herb Gouchnour, Rochester _ cwt. 7. -lb. Hogs ^Howard Turner, Demont cwt lb. Hogs Porter Hayes, Peru *wt lb. vsows Clayson Baley, Rochester cwt.. 5-lb. Sows, ^Sdney Leman, Francesvlle _ cwt Sows, 7, lbs. Mller & Abplanalp, B'lcer Hll cwt. 3.3 SCHRADER BROS., Auctoneers Carl Newcomb FARM OWNERS! We now offer otee t jgearrg CULVER TOWN PLAN COMMSSON Notce s hereby gven that the Culver Town Plan Commsson of Culver, ndana, on December 9, 96, at 7:3 P.M. EST (6:3 P.M. CST) at the Councl Chambers ofhhe Town Hall of Culver,! wll hold a publc hearng on a proposed amendment to the Zonng Ordnance and Map, as amended, for the Town of Culver and the contguous unncorporated terrtory under the jursdcton of the Culver Town Plan Commsson. The proposed amendment, copy of whch s on fle at the offce of the Clerk-Treasurer of the Town ng Culver, concerns the property Mfmmonly known as the CULVER ^SKATNG RNK, located on West Jefferson'Street, outsde the corporate lmts of the Town of Culver, whch may be properly descrbed as,follows: COM ON THE N LNE OF A PUB RD N THE SE * SEC 7 TWP 3 N RGE E 58 FT N 8 58 FT E OF SW COR OF SE % OF AFORESAD SEC TH N 3 FT TH E PARALLEL WTH SEC LNE 33 FT TH S 3 FT TO N LNE OF A- FORESAD RD TH W ALONG SAD N LNE 33 FT TO BEG CONTANNG ONE () ACRE ALL N SE / SEC 7 TWP 3 N RGE E UNON TWP MAR SHALL CO ND. The Proposed Amendment would make the followng change n zonng: FROM "S" SUBURBAN TO ""3-" GENERAL BUSNESS nterested persons desrng to l^ynent ther vews upon the proposed amendment, ether n wrtng or verbally, wll be gven the opportunty to be heard at the above mentoned tme and place. THEt CULVER TOWN PLAN COMMSSON Culver, ndana BERNARD BUSART, Vce-Preadent PETER TRONE, Secretary 9-n Lades' 7 Jewel Guen $.95 Cents' 9 Jewel Cruen $.95 SPECAL Cents' Jewel Ceneve Watches Formerly $39.75 NOW $9.95 Damond Sets $39.5 and up Gfts for Men; Lghters, Cuff Lnk Sets, dentfcaton Bracelets, Watch Bands Gfts for Lades: Pearls, Costume Jewelry, Watch Bands and Brthstone Rngs H. J. FORSTER Jeweler mm mm South Man Street - CULVER 9, 5n all your farm nsurance needs n ONE polcy... Our FARMOWNERS POLCY saves you money too... see us for full detals STATE EXCHANGE NSURANCE AGENCY "Specalsts n Farm nsurance" State Bank Exchange Buldng CULVER Phone Vkng -33 YO lasmm '"jjl /AGEMT

21 THE CTZEN PAGE 6 Culver, ndana Wednesday, December 8, MJ Culver ndans Defeated By Knox and Bourbon Meet Rochester, Walkerton Next By EARL }. MSHLER The Culver ndans stumbled through a rugged fve days last week, losng three more games to Plymouth Sectonal crown, as run ther losng streak to seven Rochester's Zebras nvade Culver. Came tme s G:5 p.m. n a row. The ndans were vctms of North Judson, 79-5, (CST) Knox, -3, and Bourbon, 59-. Travel To Walkerton Tuesday Last Tuesday evenng, Coach Next Tuesday the ndans travel to Walkerton n ther fnal Gene Crosley's squad played ost to the Blue Jays of North Judson. outng before Chrstmas vacaton. The game was loosely played all The game at Walkerton wll start the way, wth Culver lackng both at 6:5 p.m. (CST) the defense to stop the hot-shootng Starke County boys and the North Judson FG FT PF TP RON SCORES offense to match them. Tom T. Rsner. f Ksner, Judson's G'O" senor forward) stunned a local audence Dstel, c 6 6 Redln, f wth a spectacular shootng dsplay, Rsner ht 9 ponts, play Cboch, g 3 Cole, g 3 ng less than three quarters. The Tolson 8 Culver cause was hurt very severely as ther senor front lne of Chlders Russell John Benedct, Tom Boswell, and Roller O 6 Jm Carter all got nto foul trouble early. Paul Whte's ponts Culver FG FT TP were Culver's best. Benedct, 7 Lose To Knox -3 Boswell, f 7 Frday nght the ndans, sportng a new -- zone defense, Lowry, g 5 Carter, c 6 slowed down the tall and talented ] Whte, g. Nelson Knox Redskns, but lost, -3. Workng carefully for the good dots and httng them often, Culver grabbed a -5 halftme lead aganst the stunned Skns. But wth four players 6'" or taller, Knox began to control both backboards. Ther reboundng, coupled wth ther very tght zone defense, spelled defeat for the (Culvertes. 6'" center Ken Kemble talled 6 ponts for Knox, whle Carter ht, playng the pvot n Culver's zone offense. Saturday's Home Game Bourbon's deep and speedy Comets also were slowed down by 'Coach Crosley's newly-developed efense on Saturday nght at Culver. But Benedct's ever-bothersome knee was re-njured, and Boswell pcked up hs fourth foul sarly n the second half. As a result, the ndans fell steadly behnd after holdng a -7 lead at ntermsson. Boswell ht,ponts to top Culver's scorng, lanky Rchard Anders led the vstors wth 6. B-Team Shows Promse Hopes for the future took on a brghter look ths week as the Culver B-Team pcked up ther frst wn and contnued to show.steady mprovement. North Judson's Baby Jays won, 5-3, as ther Jm Mens and Culver's Dave Lemar shared scorng honors wth ponts apece. The Papooses gave Coach Crosley hs -BORROW T FREE! N E W Super Kem-Tonf COLOR HARMONY GUDE Wonderful tohr combnatons for Do-lt-Yourself panters! You can't go wrong! Borrow the Color Harmony Gude from, us free browse through ts hundreds of fresh, beautful pantng deas. t's a must for folks who care about color. COME N TO DAY Marshall County Lumber Co. 36 E. Jefferson St. Phone Vkng -336 CULVER 5n frst vctory at Culver wth 3-3 wn over Knox Frday. Frank Hurt's ponts led the wnners whle Jerry Smth had eght for Knox. Bourbon, boastng a very tall B-Team, barely npped the Papooses Saturday, The Comets' Glenn Trowbrdge and Culver's Ned Davs had eght ponts apece. t must be remembered that whle most of Culver's opponents load ther B-Team wth experenced junors, the Papooses are strctly a frosh-soph team, wth only krt, Davs, and Tom Yocom ever havng had prevous B-Team experence. Meet Rochester Here Frday Frday nght, local fans may wtness the early season favorte (n ths reporter's eyes) for the Overmyer j Ervn Logan Herr : JUDSON CULVER Knox Buckley, f Goldng.f Kemble.c Wyland, g Fletcher Fletcher Daly G., M.. Culver Benedct, f Boswell, t Carter, c Lowry, g Whte, g Ervn KNOX t; CULVER BOURBON Shvely, f Booz, f FG % 3 FG l o o 9 FT 8 8 KT FG FT 3 3 f 3 PF PF 3 PF 5 A.. a o 9 S TP 8 8 TP ::L> PF TP 3 5 Academy Sports Coach Chef Marshall's Culver Mltary Academy basketball team wll delay ts Chrstmas vacaton long enough to take on Dyer and Bloomngton Unversty hgh schools n a par of weekend road games Frday and Saturday. Boastng a 3- record after a splt last weekend, the Eagles can hope to get a better dea of ther 96-6 chances after the games at Dyer and Bloomngton. Both squads posted vctores over Culver last year. The latest game added to the basketball scorebook was a 65-5 trumph here Saturday nght over Pke Hgh School of ndanapols. The vctory helped atone for the one-sded 75- pastng the Eagles took the nght before at Crown Pont. A poor shootng percentage at Crown Pont plus some costly ballhandlng mstakes helped brng about the defeat. But Culver corrected most of these when Pke came nto town Saturday. The Maroon and Whte got ahead and stayed ahead despte frantc efforts -n the last quarter when Pke tred to rattle the Eagles wth a full-court press. Pke got as close as nne ponts at one stage n the thrd quarter, but Culver held an -pont lead most of the way. Anders, c Sharpe,, g Kuntz, g C. Hall D. Hall Hurford Culver Carter, f Boswell, f Benedct, c Lowry, g Whte, g Overmyer Herr Nelson BOURBON CULVER The bg pont man was a lttle guy 5-9 John Teeter of South Bend, who ht aganst Pke. Teeter was held to one feld goal at Crown Pont. n other Academy sports, the wrestlng team broke ts losng streak of three matches by applyng the muscle to Pke, The Cadets wone nne of the matches, four by pns. The Acad- J FG FT 3 3 PF TP Women's Bowlng Team Standngs WON LOST Kennedy's Marshall County Lbr. 3 V. F. W. Aux. 3 Snyder's 3 Chesty's Mnk Ranch 3 6 Parkvew Traler 8 8 M & M Restaurant 8 8 Poppe's 6 3 Trone's 5 3 Park 'n Shop 8 38 Borden's 7 39 State Exchange Bank 5 Seres & Over: M. Gass 53, R. Wbte 55, D. Lucas 3, L. Buswell, M. Kowatch 57, D. Hatten 86, M. Dnsmore 5, M. McKee 59, E. Butler 3, B. Lowry 99, R. Wagner 38, P. Butler 37, K. Saft 9, M. De- Wtt 8, C. Overmyer S, B. Schrmsher 8. SUBSCRBE TO THE CTZEN emy swmmers, ha'd ht by graduaton, suffered a rare drubbng last week at South Bend Central, SchooJ Menu By Carole Cast and Ann Wate (lb-gnnng; Monday, Dec. 8) Monday: Barbecued hot dogs.,, corn, pckles, cabbage salad, cake wth cherry sauce, and mlk, Tuesday: Tomato soup, crackers, carrot stcks, ham salad or peanut butter sandwch, and mlk. Wednesday: Beef and noodles, green beans, coleslaw, peaches, bread, butter, and mlk. Thursday: Roast turkey, dressng, gravy, peas, cranberry sauce or salad, ce cream, cookes, bread, butter, and mlk. Frday: Tuna casserole, spnach, lettuce salad, frut cup, bread, butter, and mlk. LCENSE PLATES MAY BE RESERVED Persons wantng to reserve specal numbers for 96 lcense plates may do so by contactnp*- the Lcense Bureau at Plymouth. They are requested to wthhold payment for these plates untl the 96 regstraton s receved from ndanapols. Please Ask For Them At Our Drve-n or Tellers' Wndows THE STATE EXCHANGE BAJ^K CULVER. NDANA. HOOSER ENERGY GENERATNG PLANT Rural ndana needs Prvate utltes contend there s plenty of power avalable for rural ndana. They nsst the REMC generatng plant at Petersburg s a "duplcaton of facltes." They clam ther combned facltes are capable of generatng over a mllon klowatts above ther 96 estmated peak load. Ths s lke tellng a famly that needs money there s plenty of gold at Fort Knox. The fact s: No commodty s usable unless and untl t becomes avalable where t s needed. Ther own record of performance shows that utltes make electrcty avalable to REMCs where the utlty wants to delver t not necessarly where REMCs must have the power. Rght now, REMCs need more power n many areas. Yet Publc Servce Company of ndana has refused to negotate contracts that would delver power, on acceptable terms, where REMCs must have t. nstead ths supplyng utlty has delvered an ultmatum to the REMCs demandng a "perpetual" agreement and a dual rate that would charge 33 per cent more for all power REMCs delver to ndustral users on REMC lnes. n more power NOWmany places Hooser Energy wll generate low cost power for rural ndana power that REtoc wll delver to those who need t where they need sea t n REMC servce terrtores NM.RURAJ. EUCTRC MEMBERSHP CORPORATON J MARSHALL COUNTY n mm Mm 9, 5n \ % t /

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