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PageS Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 23, 1988 People Logansport REPUBLICAN WOMEN - Cass County Republican Women will have a work meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in Republican Headquarters. Guests are welcome. * * * TAILWAGGERS — The 4-H Tailwaggers Club will meet at 7 p.m. today in the 4-H Community Building, fairgrounds. The trip to the Purdue Veterinary School is Thursday. * * * EAGLES AUXILIARY - The Eagles Auxiliary 1323 will meet at 8 p.m. in the club room. There will be initiation. Members are reminded to bring salad and dessert items to the Eagles' anniversary March 27. *** DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA — Daughters of America, Logan Council 39, will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in 17th Street Hall. Bingo will be played. * * * PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB - The Photography Club will have its first meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the music room in the Logansport/Cass County Public Library. For more information, call Jim Bishop, 753-3998. * * * CLASS OF '36 — Logansport High School Class of 1936 will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Fireside Lounge. Walton DEACON GRANGE — Deacon Grange will meet at 7:30 p.m. today. Lt. Col. John Roush, United States Air Force, will speak on "The Air Force and Motivation." A film will be shown and a question and answer session will follow. Guests are welcome. * # * Kewanna FIRE BELLES — The Ladies Auxiliary to the Kewanna fire department will meet at 7 p.m. today at the fire station. All women who would like to help are urged to attend. Club News jC Penney Diet Food For Dogs His canine friend gets fit while chasing elusive squirrels I've done a lot of nice things for my dog Catfish, the black Lab. I allow him to sleep in my house on a dog bed I ordered out of the L.L. Bean catalog. 1 buy him dog biscuits and chew toys and he often gets leftovers from the table. I gave him a banana once. He ate it. When Catfish wants out of the house, he goes to the door and barks. I leave whatever I'm doing and open the door for him. When he wants back in, he scratches on the door from the outside and I open it for him. Then, I read an advertisement in a magazine for "Alpo Lite." You've read that correctly. The Alpo dogfood people have come out with a new product, "Alpo Lite," which according to the ads gives the dog "100 percent nutrition and 25 percent less calories than regular canned dog food." Diet dogfood is what we're talking about here. We've got Lewis Grlzzard diet soft drinks, diet beer, diet everything, and now we've got a dog food for dogs who wants to watch their figures. I'm drawing the line here. I'm not going to buy Catfish diet dog food. In the first place, he doesn't have a weight problem. That's because he spends each day chasing squirrels. He's never caught a squirrel and apparently never will, but he keeps trying and is in good shape for all that exercise. Also, I can't see buying a special blend of dog food for a dog that has a gastronomical Eagles Order Honors 50- Year Members Fidelity 58 Installs Officers The 1988 installation of officers for Fidelity chapter 58 Order of Eastern Star was held at the Masonic Temple. Installed were Nancy Rynerson, worthy matron; Alva Parkins, worthy patron; Sandy Hedger, associate matron; Harley Piercy, associate patron; ElizabethMusselman, secretary; Dorothy Tidrick, treasurer; Dorinda Hylton, conductress; Barbara Boiler, associate conductress; Eileen Howard, chaplain; Betty Ellars, marshal; Beulah Piercy, warder; William Hipsher Jr., sentinel; and Stewart Gordon, organist. The following are Star Points: Jane Pusey, Phyllis Key, Tonya Smith, Joan Hipsher, Mary Ann Pankow. The next meeting will be April 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the temple. Home, Hobby EH'ers Get Poison Lesson The Home and Hobby EH'ers met at the home of Marie Fosler with Linda Layman and Jacqueline Ruschofski assisting. Newly elected officers are: Linda Layman, president; Marie Ward, vice president; Marjorie Meyer, secretary; and June Land, treasurer. Judy Watson taked about management of household space and Donna Smith stressed keeping household poisons and medicines out of the reach of children. The next meeting is April 25 in the home of Margaret Smith. Walton Legion Celebrated 69th The American Legion Post 418, Walton, celebrated its 69th birthday with a carry-in dinner, followed by a dance. Officers of the Legion, the auxiliary and the War Mothers were recognized. Guest speaker was Larry Bartlett, commander of the Legion department. Congressman Jim Jontz and State Rep. Tom Weatherwax also addressed the gathering. Eighty people attended, with guests from Monticello, Syracuse, Lafayette, Highland, Galveston, West Lafayette and Logansport. Widowed-To-Widowed Plan Bus Tour The Widowed-to-Widowed support group met recently to plan activities for the year. After dining at Amber's, the group met at First United Methodist Church. Barb Schirm and her committee reported on plans to take a bus tour to Richmond's Hill Rose Farm on April 23. Reservations should be made by April 1 to Schirm or Marge Sailors. An outing to the Pacca Lodge for a spaghetti dinner is planned for Apri) 28. Jean Strudivant is charge of reservations. Other trips will be June 26 — Wagon Wheel Playhouse to see "Annie Get Your Gun," July 21 — St. Charles, 111., bus tour, and in August — Nashville, Tenn. Members interested in going need to see Schirm, Sailors, Betty Pherson or Martha Leach. The group meets every third Thursday and is open to widows in the community. The Fraternal Order of Eagles will honor members who have 50 or more years of continuous membership during the 85th anniversary celebration on Sunday. The Areie is sponsoriung a soecial membership drive and the class wil be initiated Sunday at 1:30 p.m. A free dinner for members and their families will be held at 4 p.m. with a dance from 5 to 7 p.m. Members to be recognized include: •Robert Dougherty Sr. •J.C. McConnel •Alexander Butch •Frank F. Johnson •William A. Perrone •Charles M. Runyon •Glen R. Sweet •Charles Appollonio •James Sundy •Frank White •Lloyd Emerson •Louis Emmerd •James A. Haley •Laurel F. Henry •Robert A. Long • James D. Pierce •Charles J. Schmidt •Gerald Smith •Robert M. Snyder •Lloyd Swope •Frank lannelly •Paul R. Goodale •Carroll Hicks •Douglas Martin •MiloMcKinley •Lloyd Musselman •DeanPassereni •Roy Sloop •Donald C. Smith •Paul G. West •Clarence "Tim" Zimmerman •Frank Krathwohl •A. J. Brenner •Wilbur Dunbar •Orville "Perk" Galloway •Paul Gaumer •Ben H. Kirk •Charles L, Leydet •Carl H. McPherson •Americo Mordenti •Lewis A. Norzinksy •James Pursch •Jack Ranke •Maurice Sleeth •Harold Thomas •Paul W. Young Coll 722-5000 — Advertise Your Service For As Little As $1.38 A Day. Easter Dresses 25 % OFF Boys & Girls 25% Outfits by Good Lad QFF Wind Breaker & Coats 30% OFF _ Sale Sale pn through March 26 19B8 JCPenney Company. Inc. BECOME THE PERSON YOU REALLY ARE! I f you have been overweight for longer than you care to think about, then you should know this: Nutra- Bolic Weight Reduction Systems was specifically developed for men and women who have had difficulty losing weight. N utra-Bolic's exclusive rapid fat burning system literally burns your fat away. It is completely SAFE, incredibly FAST and the most AFFORDABLE program you will find. CALL 722-4656 NOW 4301 Grand Prix Drive Logansport © Huto'Botc Wt&tt HKfoctton Sr*Hm al Aiwrio, he. 19*7 system that can handle anything. Catfish is 4. During his lifetime he has eaten the following: — Four pairs of my eyeglasses. — Two television remote control devices. — Numerous pairs of shoes. — Various sticks. — An Andy Rooney hardback book. — A cassette of Nat King Cole not available in stores I bought off television. — A wicker chair. -A golf ball. — An entire bag of miniature Snicker bars, bag and wrapper included. And the Alpo people think I'm going to go out and buy Alpo Lite because I'm concerned about my dog getting 25 percent less calories than he gets in his regular canned dog food? Dog food advertising gets on my nerves anyway. They put down a bowl of dog food on television and the dog dives right in. That's probably because they haven't fed the dog in three days. Otherwise, if the dog is like mine, he has to smell the dog food for 30 minutes in order to stall for something better off the table. If nothing comes as a result of his waiting, whining, drooling and looking at you with those eyes, he might eat his dog food. But not while you're looking. As for Catfish, how can I worry about his figure when there is an even greater concern? Ever since he ate my Nat King Cole tape he barks to the tune of "Ramblin'Rose." Girls Win Pageant Honors Nakisha,' 3, and Kaylu, 17 months, were two of the children who won honors in their age categories at the Sunburst Beauty Pageant Sunday at the Logansport Mall. They are the daughters of Richard and Sarah Hiatt, 1218 Wright St. Nakisha and Kaylu Hiatt U.S. 31 & 100 N.Peru,Indiana Phone(317)473-6668 ANNUAL MEETING FRIDAY,MARCH 25 PERU HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 7:30 P.M. ENTERTAINMENT by Sheila Stephen Miss Indiana 1987 and the Shooting Star Band Sbciki ii a young country muik artlit who wot born in RloemingtoJi, ani row to itard&m in only o ftw ihort yMti, Sh« fwi apptcrtti with oulitan^ng •rtiiti M>ch ai !ridi» Brbhit MM Banrfy, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, lorry Reod, Janl« Fricklt, Con HunUy, Giorgo Strait, Dcttii #«t,Th»Xi!mlo)li,Bnndy Travis and Hit Hit H o*i on ttid .. _ or. the tot performed at The Nftihvilii Pttact. Heihvito, TIM.; Renfro Vvfey fern Dane*, toirfr* Vdfey, Qprif, Nailiville; fl»H ono Bwrdi Dlmwr Thvttrn, India napoRi.-Thi Fourwfedi Inn, *!«--nmft«i wtd mi*y otfctr wH-kiWM placet al inttrtaimmnt. She*r IMC bttn on numercui TV ami radio ihowt and •ppMrtd it i*v«r*i of ffct twfffy Fate Mrf fflttiyoli in Indian* o» woll ai lurrtunding italit. At InaNMM'i wwtit country ringing »niatlM, Stwfe hai tnttrtd inch MtioMt compitiliv*. eventi ai "You Can Be A 5tar"in Naihvlllt, T»nn.;"Mirib«ro Cwnfry T»t*nt tovnaVf,-" «ft4 "Ifer Wrt AurfhiMi."OB AIIJ, 15,1987 at MIcMfon City, Ind., iH*il« w*i chuon Mill Indian* w*d reprilefltod Indium «1 *« Mill America Pageant in Atlantic City, N.J. Rarely it such wtttwdtog beauty and rattnt «»oiliW« ifi UM prctram, M tttryww « •neouraged to attend f+i« REMC Annual Meeting. •Eagle Nite Lite to be given to Registered Members •CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS with organized Activities and Refreshments •20 HAMS WILL BE AWARDED Annual Meeting Program Begin Registration Prelude Oennii Set Call to order Fred Warner,president of the board of directors National Anthem forth Ann Plotnow Invocation Mark Britton, Pastor Corinth Brethren Church Registration Committee Report HaroU Otiker Read Proof of Mailing Notice, Treasurer's Report and Minutes of last Annual Meeting Holland Maus.Secretary-Treasurer of the board of direstors Nominating Committee Report Gary Hostetler Introduction of Candidates Video Presentation Mark Ballots for Directors Drawing for Attendance Awards Sherry Bowsher Manager Presentation James Yates, General Manager Entertainment Miss Indiana Sheila Stephen Report of Election Gary HostetUr Drawing for Attendance Awards.....« Sherry Bowsher Adjournment

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