Nancy Johnson Phillips celebrates 96th Birthday
Mrs. Phillips had fun on her 96th birthday A %tli bifthday is pretty much unusual but the indelatigable Mrs. Harley M. Phillips ot New Vienna was right up to it when a party was given her Sunday. Immediate relatives were present and approximately '’P relatives and triends went to etijoy an hour or two with her At the instigation v>f Miss Geneva Johnson the nieces of Mrs. Phillips held (>pen house at the C hurch id Ghrist in New Vienna. Participating with Miss Johnson were other nieces. Mrs. Roger Johnson. Mrs. Stanley C'urtis. Mrs. Ki»bert Tucker. Mrs. F.dward Keiter and Mrs. Kay C'arter, all of Wilmington; Miss 1 helma Holmes and Mrs. Dee Pemberton ot C'olumbus. M in . Miner (jotherman ot Port William. Mrs. (Jordon Mathey ot Beaver C'reek and Mrs. W'alter Lunnen of Pittsburgh. T he guest bixik. a gift from Mr. and Mrs. CJeorge W'. Johnson, was in charge of Mrs. Felix Harubin. Punch, birthday cake, nuts and mints were served. Included were the only living members of the immediate family of M in . Phillips, her two sisters. Mrs. Fay Oxlev of Cireentleld and Miss F.thel Johnson ot W'ilmington. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Robertson of Fort Liiuderdale. Fla.. son-in-law and daughter id Mrs. Phillips, were present. They had spent the past two weeks with Mrs. Phillips.