Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 2
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 2

Anderson, Indiana
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Monday, December 17, 1962
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PACE Z ANDERSON DAILY IULLETIN MONDAY, DCCIMHK 17, GROUP ENTERTAINED - Mn. Harold Gallamore, 1020 Post Rd., entertained Thuradoy night with a Christmai party for fellow em- ployes of the King's Crown Motel- Dinner was enjoyed at Don's Barbecue after which the guests went to the Gallamore home for a gift exchange, games and refreshments. Shown at the affair are, seated on the floor, Mn. Gallamore, Mr«. Lela Harris and Mrs. Eudith Woods, and in the background, Mesdames Ada Marquand, Bea Dearing, Lucy Dearing, Ida Burton and Betty Massengill. (Bulletin Photo) LONGFELLOW CLUB ENJOYS PROGRAM The Augusta Millspaugh Mothers' Club of Ixmgfellow School met Thursday afternoon at the school (or a Christmas program chairman for the Madison County by Verna Whitworth, local radio Federation of Clubs, has announc- . entertainer. She played the piano ed that the Federation will spon- and sang a number of songs and carols. She also led all the chil- - dren. of the school in singing carols. Later a short business session ' was held by the club, and re- and punch were served. Buy at least two pairs of stockings in the same color. When one stocking of each pair runs, a twosome still is left. County Federated Clubs Plan Music Contest Jan. 12 Mrs. Sam Garrctson, music and continue until 12 o'clock noon Two winners will be selected a this competition, one from the Vocal Area and one from the In strumental Area, and these twc sor its annual music contest for young students who are chosen as high school instrumental and vocal students on Saturday, Jan. 12, 1963. The event will be held in tire Drama Room of the Central Christian Church. 10th and Jack- frcshments of Christmas cookies son Sts., Anderson, and is open tion will be granted a ^scholarship son County, and who has prepar ed a solo, either vocal or for an orchestral or band instrument Auditions will begin at 8:30 a.m winners will represent Madison County at a district contest whose date and place will be announcec later. The two young people wh are the winners of this competi to any young person who is a to the Indiana University Summc student of a high school in Madi- " ~'~ ""-'- '-- "-- Pre-schoolers Feted Children of Pre-School Study Group members were feted Saturday morning at a holiday party in the Lilly Lounge of Anderson Colltge. Enjoying a visit with Santa Claui art Greg McNealy, Stacy McFarland, Stephen Indig and Sheryl Gloyd. (Bulletin Photo) HI-FRY DANCE — Hi-fry memberi of the Anderson Country Club and their gueitj *n- joytd a holiday dance Saturday night at the clubhouse. A floor show wot presented by finaliits in the recent Jaycee Miss Teenager eontwt. Dick MInneman wai din jockey for thi affair. Among thaw present were, toft »o right, above, Vicki McQueary, Bob Cooper, Sue Davis, Greg Fenttri, Becky Bassemer and Charlie Newman. (Bulletin Photo) The Pre-School Mothers' Group punch were served to members of AAUW held its annual children's Christmas parly Saturday morning at Lilly Lounge, Anderson College. Co-hostesses were .Mesdames Don Lanning, Victor Seright and Nelson McNealy. and their children. Santa Claus Gene Zimmerman and Paul, Wal- arrivcd, talked to the children ter Kan* and Dana, Dan Mo children, Christmas songs were as accompanist. and presented each with a gift. Farland and Bran and Stacy, Attending were Mesdames Don Charles R. Jones and Robbie lining and children, Stov. and *£ Cartoons were shown for'the Tere9 »: Nelson McNealy »nd ^^ 5^ gnd Beth, Ray S. Ward Greg and Beth Ann, Lawrence and Steve, Chcri and Cindy, Low. sung with Mrs. Dan McFarland Gloyd and Sheryl and Julia, ell Aldrldge and Dee-Dee and Refreshments of cookies and Stephen, Paul Tungesvick and and Amy, F. E. Roop and Sophia. HOLIDAY SPECIAL COMPLETE PERMANENT $495 Including Style, Set and Shampoo Darlcne Duncan DARLENE DUNCAN, full-time student at Apex, considered the facts... then chose Apex School of Beauty. The Apex School of Beauty has IS years instructing experience. Instruction being with the famous Comer- Doran method of Hair Styling and Cosmetology. Call for the facts and you'll quickly see why Apex is Anderson's Leading School of Beauty. APEX BEAUTY SCHOOL 10th «n« Fletcher — All Work Guar»nlecrt Free Parking In Rear—Day or Night School Phone 642-7560 Music Clinic for the summer of 1963. Each member club of the Madison County Federation of Clubs will sponsor a contestant in each of tl» two 1 areas, and the teachers in the music departments of the various high schools of the county arc cooperating in selecting contestants. Any high school student who is interested in competing for this scholarship should contact lither a member of one of the dubs, or his high school music teacher. Twin Sisters To Mark Birthdays Mrs. Zora'Madden. 920 Alexandria Ave., and Mrs. Minnie Click, RR 1, Alexandria, twin sisters, will celebrate their 80th birthday anniversaries on Thursday, Dec. 20. Both have li'.'ed in Wash summer clothes soon after wearing. Perspiration weakens fi- bors. Aurilla Eckel Club Convenes The Aurilla Eckel Mothers' Club of Twenty-ninth Street School met Wednesday in the kindergarten room. Past presidents of P r - Jayshees Feted At Hart Home Anderson Jayshees recently held a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Robert Hart, 2023'Paradise the mother's club were guests and Mrs. Robert Provence, Federation president, was a special guest. A gift of poinsettias was presented to Mrs. Lee, the kindergarten teacher, by Mrs. Raymond Estes, on behalf of the Club. Devotions were given by Mrs. James Ault. The program featured « panel discussion on. "Christmas in Other Lands," and also a flute- phone selection by the Third and Fourth Grade students. Hostesses for the occasion were Mesdames Thomas Taylor, James Ault, Ernest Hasten, Robert Talley and Carol Turner. Members and guests attending were, Mesdames Guilford Kill, Chester Wilson. Thomas Taylor, James Ault, Ernest Huston, Robert Talley, Carl Livingston, James and around Anderson most of Baker, Orvillo Patterson, Maurice (heir lives. No formal birthday celebration is being planned for the sisters. Luplon, KeiUi Dare, Donald AI- drcd, Tom Harvey, Harlcy Phipps, Robert Slcilcs, Raymond Estcs, Carol Moore, Eldon Crump, Harlen Day. Robert Provence, George Lee and Joseph Rauner, principal. b "f f(!l Teff,' Gerald Rath and Robin. Maurice Indig and Robert and Tina, Victor Seright and Lara Review Heard Musical Program Given For Group The Friendly Club held its annual Christmas dinner Thursday noon «t the YWCA with the Anderson High School Madrigal Singers presenting a musical program. Guests attended including nembers from a like organization in New Castle. Mrs. E. C. Bailey presided at the affair, the Rev. John Siner rave the invocation, and the Rev. Robert Fribley, devotions. Assist- o members and guests. The invocation was given by Mrs. Don rlorehead. Table favors were vhite knitted stockings, made by Mrs. Ronald Colvill. A brief business session was icld. The program chairman, Mrs. iarry McCafferty, announced the January meeting will be held at ilnder's at 7:30 p.m. with the Thespian Troup giving a program. Games were played with prizes von by Mesdames Harland Harris and Fred James. A door prize vent to Mrs. Orlando Couch. Gifts vcre exchanged, and the hostess iccompanied the group in singing enrols. The committee planning the party included Mesdames Ray :(aper, chairman; Bill Sears, Francis Oleksy and Roger Hunnicut. At the December meeting of the Bibliophile Study Group of AAUW, Ethel Phillips reviewed was served he book, "Pioneer Go Home" Richard Powell. Miss '•Helen •larrell, AAUW branch president, was a guest and discussed proposed changes in AAUW organization to be considered at the national convention of the group. The Christmas party was helc at the Pope Party Place. Hostesses were Helen Baumer and Idith Whiteford. Refreshments were served Members present were Mesdames Ted Campliell, Grant Carey, Ronald Colvill, Dan Couch, Orlando Couch, James Cox, Hnr- nnd Harris. Robert Hart, Kcn- leth Haworth, Bill Hcrbig, Roger lunnicut, Fred James, Chester \reegar, Barry McCnfferty, Don forehead. Francis Oleksy, Ray Rapcr, Neal Rcnncr, Arthur Riffle. Bill Sears, Rolf Van Camp 3on Williams and George Worton A guest, Mrs. Steve Miller, also :ng in serving the turkey dinner and Mesdames Robert Smith, Ver(prepared by Friendly Club mem- n T~> .7 It 7 ,7 'preparuu uy rnuntuy LJUU uieiii- DU Dl'OlZOOnuebers) were several members of r . r. , the Victoria Lang Circle of the Lang WSWS of First Methodist Church including Mesdames Margaret Cox, chairman, Marie F. Campbell. Clyde Griffee, Byron Helfrich, Cora Southam. ' Drivers were Mesdames Myrtle Darlington, Basil Porter, Wilbur Itoby, E. E. Tranbarger, John Slattery, Elvin Schropc, Loretta Spangler, E. C. Bailey, Joe A Villiams, Frederick Lennis, Julia M. Williams and Mrs. Don Connor A supply of staple items was collected for donating to the Chris tian Center. The group sang Christmas car ols, with Mrs. Daisy Sinclair, pian st, accompanying and playing also the them* song and the pray er song of the club. Attending were Rev. and Mrs John E. Sincr, Mr. and Mrs. Pan Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reuse Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kean, Mr. E S. Paulin, Rev. Rotert Fribley Harry Miller, Donald Grant, John tobortson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence hooper. Mesdames Ruth Hamrick, Pear King, Bertha King, Nellie M. Jeff ries, Pearl Bridwell, Lola Foult? Uay McGce, Edna Griffey, Gcr .rude Dunbar, Emma Wagner Htllic Thomas, Carl Stages, Bur nie Shepphcrd, Ola Roeder, Ma Miley, Marie Parker, Norrna Too! ey, Mae Myers, Ethel Pritcharc 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. — Open Blanclre Heritage, Cora Southam ie Brummett, Jerry Buckles, Ronnie McPhearson, Larry Mc- "•hearson, Gene Owens, Bill Dowl- r, Jim Rockhill, Cecil Justice. to Solly Hensley, Treva Grossman, Zelma Bayless, Lucille Schumaker, Ethel Phillips, Patricia Mikesell, Sara Akcrs, Helen Baumer, Iclcn Harrcll, Gcraldlne Owen, Susan Akers, Edith Whitcford, Margaret Smith, Marilyn Akers, Okal Swart and Lois Ewing. - : - _ - * - . YWCA CALENDAR TUESDAY 1 p.m. — WCTU. 7 p.m. — Madison Heights Junior Y-Tecns. 8:30' p.m. — AHS Sophomore Y-Tccns. 3 and 8 p.m. — Open Dip. WEDNESDAY 9 a.m. — Bowling Team. 1:30 p.m. — DAR. 7 p.m. — Tops Club. 7:30 p.m. — Co-Ed Club. 7:30 p.m. — Phyllis Wheatly Dip. 7 p.m. — Family Dip. 8 p.m. — Couple Dip. THURSDAY 9 a.m. — Knitting Club. 7 p.m. — PHC. S and 8 p.m. — Open Dip. FRIDAY 1:30 p.m. — Royal Neighbors. 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. — Open 7 p.m. — Family Dip. 8 p.m. — Dawn Bible Class. SATURDAY 2:30 p.m. — Open Dip. Nursery Available Tuesday and David Bingaman is home from the University of Tennessee ORIENTAL PHANTASY spend the Christmas holidays will When you see the term "solid' That's the Charitr Ball furniture ad, here is what means. All exposed parts must be of solid lumber of that species A "solid walnut" chest, for exam pie. would have all parts made o solid walnut. For the 35th consecutive year, the Current Events Club il kr>*e dttp in preparations for a Charity Ball. But there ii man, much mort, to tin Charity Ball. Special Purchase! VINYL CAR COATS It's social atmosphere U but the outward function of this great occasion. This vinyl car^coat will make the perfect gift for Christmas. The proceeds of this splendorous event art given each ytar to various meritorious charitable organizations for many philanthropic endeavors. We at Gates, again, recognize this wonderful group of our city's women as one of great renown—their charitable achievement of this, their 35th Charity Ball and their-continuous volunteer work in most of the city's social, welfare and education agencies ik commendable. • Holiday Dresses for Christmas And so once more we say 4 Enchanting littlt fashions for,the enchanted season. Wonderful gift idea for Grandma, Aunt or Godmother. Choose from fine cottons, dac- ron/cottons, silk/cottons. || Sizes: .Toddlers, 3 - 6x. 7-U. HATS OFf TO YOU LADIES on with the frills and lace and off to the ba modeled by MRS. JOHN LEE OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'til CHRISTMAS 'til «««»£«* BKS«B*MBfclS«l«*l»i 1M* »*ll«»* Dora Keesliny, Bertha Bear, Ale- ha German, Greta Freilwrg, Sac K M. Huffman, Leota Eichlor Jessie Zook, Claire Mowrey. Ger rude Heatli, Elvin 11. Schrope Vern France, Leonard Baker, Jes sie Mnuzy, Delia Wirshing, Vit Gray, Carrie Haile, Cad Whislcr Vellie Hammond, Daisy Sincla : Faye Forbes, Bess Lowery, Wii lie Cliappull, Vina Higgins, Gold Humbles, Mary Speecc, Katliry Porter, Nancy Carney, Nellie E\v ers, Stella Dennis, Mary A. Waol stetler, Loreita Spangler, Myrtl Ban-on, Bertha King, Daisy Se stead, Alta Pearson, E. A. Bailey Edna Stecle and the Misses Iv Way, Daisy B. French, Grao Johnstone, Lois Kean, Achsa Sey icrl, Effie Davis, Mattie Gustin , CLUB NOTES JOB'S DAUGHTERS On Sunday a Christmas party for Job's Daughters Bethel 13 will children of members was held in old a public installation of newi ffioers Friday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 ,m. A reception and dance will ollow. Ginger Keeling will be in- Ailed as honored queen; Nancy and, senior princess; Suran Loose, junior princess. GETAWAY CLUB The Getaway Club held a Christ- nas supper Saturday night at durnan's. Attending were Messrs. Iwood at the home of Mr. and Irs. Larry McPhcarson. Santa istributed gifts, and treats wcri resented. Twenty-seven children Itended. The husbands and wive« ko held a gift exchange. COLUMBIA REBEKAHS . Columbia Rebekah Lodge 565 rill meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. n the hall, 201 Andover Rd., for regular meeting and Veterans' cwel Night. Noble Grand linda Hawkins will preside. dlewines Feted On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Idlewine 027 Poplar St., were honorec •uesday evening at a party nl he YWCA celebrating their 27lh wedding anniversary. Their young ion, Kevin, planned the affair as listed by his brother, Gary, and his wife and another brother Alan. Kovin decorated the YW ounge with red poinsettias ant vhite tapers and arranged a large bouquet of white gladioli and rc< carnations, flanked by white tap crs and red streamers. He pre scntcd his mother with a corsage of red rosebuds and his father with a while carnation bouton iere. Guests included Messrs, am Mesdames Wilson Kuhn, Orvllle Adams, Russell Daufhtery, Loren Miller and children, Larry, Susan and 'Jimmy, and Miss Anita Host .ngs. Darla Siuer, Hazel Hilligoss, Ma rie Oliver. Visitors from New Castle were VIcsdames Anna Baugh, D e 11 > Troyer, Lois Folofilier, Mr. ant Mrs. J. C. Painter, Bcda Me Daniel, Dorothy Holtzel, Mary 0 Uiman, Cecile Kern, I-aura Shir ley, Mr. Floyd L. Fields, Mrs Howard Mimdt, Effie Jenkins, B WE'LL CLEAN THE LOADSTHE OTHERS CAN'T... • DRAPES • SLIPCOVERS ALL IN ONLY 20 MINUTES—NOT AN HOUR GRAYDON COLLIER BOULEVARD nude heel-dcmi toe Miracle No-Bind Top* TISSUE SHEER reinforced toes and heels. Miracle No-Bind Top*. 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