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Tuesday, August 16, 1966
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TLHS&AY, AUGUST 1C, 1M« THI ANDMSON HERALD f A« 5 Mrs. Cleveland To Be Delegate To Indiana Council Of Women The Indium State Council Women Inc. (Hay Wright Sew all) will hold a mid-summc conference Thursday at the Sheraton - Lincoln Hotel, wi luncheon in the Capital Room. The president, Mrs. Haro G. Rodden, now serving second term, will conduct th business session in the mornin Pitch-In Fete For Joyshees The August meeting of tl Anderson Jayshees was held ii the home of Mrs. Don William Wednesday. Mrs. Bill Vaughn •was co-hostess. Preceding the meeting, pitch-in supper was held. Mr Neil Krisher, president, a nounced that Jayshees from f exandria will be guests at tl September meeting to be bel in the home of the president. Members present registeret to work on the social commi tee for the coming year. Thi budget was presentee end discussed and will be voted on at the September meeting Money - making projects als were considered. Jayshees will bake cookies and help Jaycee members a the Jaycee orientation program on Aug. 30. It was voted to adopt a men tal patient and take care of he needs during the year. Each member was presentee •with an artificial long - stem med rose from the table een terpiece. The door prize was won by Mrs. Jack Shaffer. Members present were Mesdames Carl Stanley, Fred James, Joe Arens, Don Wi liams, Al Wienrich, Jack Shaf fer, Ron Colvffl, Neil Krisher and four guests, Mesdames Bill Jackson, Roy Meek, Dave Goen and Robert Good. Mrs. Stanley Feted At Affair The Warrington Communit; Aid met here with Mrs. Claude Didier, 4508 W. 25th St., Wed nesday with Mrs. Didier, Mrs Earl Pritchard and Mrs. Frances Pearman as hostesses. / pitch-in dinner was served at noon, and a program followed Honored at the affair was Mrs. Rosa Stanley, a charter member, who will leave soon for Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., to reside. A gift was presented to Mrs. Stanley. Special guests were Mrs. Rex Morris and daughter, Rita, ol Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs. Stanley's family. Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Rita are visiting here and will take Mrs. Stanley back to Florida with them. A business session was held. Members present were Me- dames Elmer Masters, Charles Ray, Maude Simons, Mary Lench, Delbert Roe, Maude Greenwood, Lundy Stohler, Ethel Masters, Paul Wiseman, Kermit Lyons, Charles Braden, Grace Shepherd, Charles Nelson, Dewey Reger, Rosa Eakins, Lawrence Hoppes, Nellie Sparks and the hostesses. Nine children also attended as guests. Mrs. Sid M. Cleveland, Ale- gate from the Anderson Council ol Women, will attend the State Council meeting. The hostess group for the day is the Indiana State Wide Rural Electric Cooperative Inc., with Mrs. Viola Armstrong, president. Mrs. Armstrong will have charge of all arrangements for the day, including decorations, registration and devotions. Mrs. Claude Franklin will give a comprehensive report on the work of the newly-formed legislative committee. Mrs. Merle R. Donica will distribute yearbooks and give a resume of the group's program for the year. Mrs. Harry Pragoo will report on the activities of the Indiana Roadside Council, Inc. Mrs. Rodden will talk on Trends and Happenings in the National Council of Women. The luncheon speaker will be Mrs. John E. Noble, assistant director of the tourist division of the Indiana Department of Commerce, promoting and publicizing important historical spots, stressing the importance of "Keeping Indiana Beautiful." All interested persons are welcome toattendthis meeting. Sorority Luau At Motor Inn A festive Hawaiian luau par- SOCIETY a n d CLUB NEWS IANE HERITAGE DOROTHY BOYCE Beta Sigma Phi Sorority re- ently at Mark's Motor Inn. As members arrived they were presented with colorful floral eis and served punch and Mrs d' oeuvres. A table accented with artifi- ial orchids held a complete Hawaiian meal prepared by Mrs. Larry Boze and Wood. Gayle . A charm was won by Mrs. ohn Eutsler as a door prize. Games in keeping with the Miss Ruth Anno Weir Announcement is made of Mr. ry was enjoyed by members of and Mrs. Bastl W. Weir, 708 Gamma Nu chapter of Locust St., Middletown, of the engagement of their daughter, Ruth Ann, to Thomas Lee Coble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Goble, Rt. 1, Middletown. Miss Weir is a graduate of Middletown High School with for the wedding. the Class of 1966 and is present ly employed in Anderson at the man - °* Dalevilie, announce the Spiegel Catalog Shopping Center. Mr. Coble attended Middletown High School and is present ly employed at the Indiana Reformatory at Fendleton. No definite date hag been se arty theme were enjoyed. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. ula dance prize was won by Robinson and Virgil E. Bank- trs. Ray Smith. Several mem- son Jr., son of Virgil Bankson, ers participated in a limbo were married Sunday, Aug. 14, ance contest won by Mrs. utsler. Consolation prize for he contest went to Karol Members present were Mes- ames Paul Abshire, Larry oze, Jerry Etchison, John utsler, Larry Gellinger, Leoard Gentry, James Harl, Gary arvey, Don Puckett, Mike mith, Misses Karol Kurtz, ayle Wood, Cindy Wright ant udi Wulle. Guests were, Mrs. Terry Busand Mrs. David Kimmerling. Bonkson-Robinson Ceremony Revealed Miss Linda D. Robinson, in San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bankson both are graduates of the Pend- urtr. Mrs. Mike Reydell won leton schools and both attended prize for another contest. pool con- Indiana University. Mr. Bankson is employed by Collier's publisher, and Mrs Bankson is employed at Nation al Cash Register of San Fran Cisco, Calif. They are residing at 92C Leavenworth, San Francisco Calif. What's New On The Fall Teen Scene . . . Beauty . . . Fun -Personals- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fletcher, 2 Gilmore Rd., have just re- rned from a week in La rosse, Wise: Mr. Fletcher re- red two weeks ago from Del>Remy Corporation of General otors Corporation^ Be Fashion-Alert Be fashion-alert! Choose the joyful jumper that's QUICKEST TO SEW — just 2 main parts! Plunging V-neck i smart foil for crisp blouse. Printed Pattern 4706: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 14 jumper 1% yards 35-inch. FIFTY CENTS in coins for each pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Anderson Herald, 317 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. FALL'S 130 BEST DESIGNS — lively school, sport, career, clamor styles, all sizes, extra features in new Fall - Winter Pattern Catalog. Clip coupon in Catalog — choose one free pattern. Send 50c. Tops in Fashion 777 Almost before you know it the scvne changes! Changing now — the little-boy kookines that's dominated the hipsters i giving way to a totally new loo for the young swinger '66. Ar you with it? Do you know what's coming — what to looi for in choosing your back-to- school wardrobe? What's Coming In Fashion? Your wardrobe will be on the right beat this fall if it bulges with knits gone zany with crazy stripes — big ones, small ones — going up, down, or across. The comfy little no-shape knil with floppy sleeves and a scoop- ed'out neckline will be a big hit. And a shape-revealing knitted tube dress sporting bright brass buttons that close a leath? er trimmed neckline is destined to be a swinging favorite. For free-wheeling fun, peel your eye for a deeply pleated skimp-skirt. Then add a multicolored-stripe jersey and throw a varsity sweater around your shoulders. Matching plaids are way way purple in mind, is introducing two deliciously vibrant lipstick shades that are designed to cas a romantic glow over your whole face. Pink Pink is the perfect pink you've never found before. Not too pale, not too bright, it's absolutely luscious with any complexion coloring. Plum Naked is a new kind of bare —'daringly spiked with a hint of cran- aerry. To makeup like a cover girl — use one or both, then slip on a gleamy top-coat of Natural Frost and see how wild- y alluring your smile can be. The extra plus of prettiness in all lipsticks, .you know, is that they're simply drenched with medicated moisture too, for softer, smoother lips even in vindy weather. Party Of The Season Still making the scene and :ampier than ever is BATMAN! Throw a back-to-school party and do the Batusi at your own Jatman Brawl. Decorate your 'Bat Cave" (or patio) with IN. A smart buy for a cool kitten is knacky knickers, skirt, jacket, dress — all in the same plaid and in tones of the season's hottest colors — luscious purples and plums. Look for shoes wtih buckles, tassels, slippy little straps — and wear them with skinny colored tights. The New Beauty Word Is ... Pretty Miss Lucretia Kitterman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kitter-'more at Ball State Universit- Jetrpthal of their daughter, Luretia Kay, to Ronald Eugene Clidence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olidence, 276 Millcreek , Chesterfield. No date has been selected by Ae couple for their marriage. and is employed at the univer sity library. She is a graduate former package board equippet «f Ik*, inetr /~ii _r r\_t:-'»i- .,< „ . _ ___ .. ,. Miss Kitterman is a sopho-ISchool with the Class of 1965. of the 1965 Class of Dalevilli High School. Mr. Clidence is a freshman a Ball State University and is em iloyed at the East Side Jersey >airy in Anderson. He is a graduate of Highland High .essons Presented At Meetings Of County Homemakers Clubs Jacksoo Township ison on "Meal Appeal With Veg- The lesson, "Appeal Wi th etables." Mrs. Billy Heffernan egetables," was given by Mrs. )ale Hutson at a recent meet- ng of the Jackson Township Club. Hostess was Mrs. Joe chuyler, W. 8th St. Rd. During business session, reports were iven, and it was announced th lub will send two members t taff a booth at the 4-H Fair Guests present were Mrs. Johi Hull and Mrs. Robert Merrill. Valley Grove Mrs. Sandra Ashton, 415 Mar leville Rd., was hostess to th 'alley Grove Club recently tfrs. Eva Barkdull, president -onducted a business session nd Ruth Rohour gave the les . and Miss Cindy Ashton were guests. Altruistic Josters of Batman and sidekick lobin — and pass out Bat- tlasks in a variety of crazy :olors. Concoct your favorite _iunch recipe and call it Batman Brew. Ask everyone to bring a list of "POW" words |(cr-r-unch, Splat, Zonk-k, etc.); the longest list wins a stack o! comic books for a prize. Or . . . for added laughs, ask all the girls to dress as their version of Batman's favorite girl — the boys as Batman's most The prettiest news of all feared enemy, and award tick- WU& Save dollars! Knit this lacy hell of 3-ply fingering yarn ith crocheted edging. Knit a SHELL — fashion's avorite with slacks, skirts. )iamond design so pretty, is uickly memorized. Pattern 16: sizes 32-34; 36-38; 49-42. Thirty-five cents in coins for ach pattern — add 15 cents or each pattern for Ist-class mailing and special handling, end to Laura Wheeler, The Vnderson Herald, 303 Needle- raft Dept., Box 161, Old Chel- ea Station, New York, N. Y. 0011. Print Pattern Number, fame, Address, Zip. 1967 SUCCESS! Our new eedlecraft Catalog sparkles ith the Best of Everything - smartest knit, crochet, fash- ons, afghans, quilts, embroid- •ry, toys, gifts. 200 designs, 2 ee patterns. Hurry, send 25c. 2 Unique Quilts from famous merican museums. Send 50c >.- Museum Quilt Book No. 2. alue! Quilt Book No. 1 - xtecn complete patterns. 50c Bride-Elect Is Feted At Shower Mrs. Allen Yates, 1735 Broadway, entertained her bridge club recently at a kitchen gadget shower in honor of Miss Eleanor Steed, of Daleville, bride-elect, of Stephen Selby, whose wedding will take place at the Daleville Ihristian Church on Aug. 21. Bridge was enjoyed and prizes awarded to Mesdames Don Johnson, Don Oliver and Don The first anniversary of theiveda Shaw, Sharon Hasting, i Moore. TOPS To KOPS Club was cele-iRuth Fridley, Carolyn Sample, Invited guests included, brated recently with a Luau!Joseph Corlew, Ellen Cooper """ ~ - -- - comes from lips that, are frosted with light, bright colors — and shining! Fashion's crush for ets for the kiddie show in a nearby movie theater to the winner. TOPS To KOPS Celebrates First Anniversary With Luau Annual Retreat For S.M. WMS The Women's'Missionary Soety of the South Meridiat lurch of God held its Augus eeting Thursday at Mounds ark from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon le annual Prayer Retreat was feature of the morning. Mrs. William Black presidec uring a brief business session r. David Darnell was program lairman, using as her theme We Would See Jesus!" Music as furnished by Mrs. Howarc uther and and Mrs. Harold eynolds. Bible study and personal devotions were the morning's activities. Lunch was served by the hostess committee. Mesdames ClauC Bennet, Earl McKenzie and John Sigmon. Twenty-eight members were present. The Altruistic Club was en tertained recently by Mrs. Ear Eggman. Co-hostess was Mrs Thomas White. Devotions were given by Mrs. Stanley Perkins and a business session was con ducted by Mrs. Fred Wright president. Mrs. Harold Crom well gave a lesson, "Meal Ap peal With Vegetables." Guests were Mrs. Harold Spangler and Mrs. Evan Wilson. Fifteen members attended. Leading Lights A lesson on "Women's Ten sions" was given by Mrs. Donald Wessel at a recent meeting of the Leading Lights Club in :he home of Mrs. Richard Craib, 717 Church St. Mrs. Kenneth Raines won the hostess ;ift, and places for a tour were discussed with possible sugges- ions to be investigated by the :our committee. A sack lunch and swim party followed, and a dress party was planned. Stewarts Host At Lake DALEVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. )enzel Stewart entertained at heir cottage on Lake Ridinger. Attending the week-end party verc Mr. and Mrs. Raymond dewberry, Mr. and Mrs. Roy "" New Lighting' Equipment For Civic Theatre A graphic demonstration of confidence in the continued growth and development of Anderson Civic Theatre as an art form hi the community was noted today in an announcement i>y Jack L. Pihl, chairman of the board of the local thespian group. "Since our first production in January of this year we have jeen renting a lighting system from Anderson College for ou >erformances in the Rivier Theatre," Pihl stated. "Whi hie has been a very satisfa ory arrangement, the creased interest in theatre he community has promote us to invest in lighting facil ies of our own which will b nstalled in the theatre for us n the current production, 'A iecause of Agatha' and futur M-oductions as well. When no icing used by Civic Theatr his equipment will be mad vailable to other communit rganizations on a r e n t a tasis." The purchase, which const utes a near $1,500 value in mt erials and services, was mad n the recommendation Charles R. Bartholomew iivic Theatre lighting director graduate electrical enginee mployed as a general forema by Guide Lamp Division. In eluded are a variable trans with o to 2,500 watt dimmers 12 Fresnels with six inch lens es; 13,500 watt medium pr focus lamps and suitable com ptementary facilities. "The reception given both o our previuos productions, 'Anni versary Waltz' and 'The Absence of a Cello', has convince! us that an investment of this magnitude is warranted," Pih continued. "Effective lighting is just one facet of the tremendous detail that it takes to pu forth quality presentations for. a theatre audience. This impor tant step will further enhance the fine efforts of the cast anc crew of 'Agatha', which opens at the Riviera Theatre on Fri day, Aug. 26, at 8:15 p.m." Tickets for the play to be given in three evening and oni matinee performance on F r i day, Saturday and Sunday Aug. 26-28, are available from members of the organization, o by writing to Anderson Civil Theatre Box 2123, Anderson, In diana. ichlegel, Mr. and ield Grove, Mr. Mrs. and Gra- Mrs. . Charles Haugh, Mrs. Hazel Ash)y and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutton. Members of the Honey Creek ;UB Church had a carry-in [inner with the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Leader as guest speak- Mrs. Caldwell To Speak In a missionary service to 36 held at North Anderson Church of God on Wednesday evening, August 17, Mrs. Maurice Caldwell will be the guest speaker, using the subject "Poverty In America." The meeting will begin at 7 p.m., and the rablic is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell have vorked among the Spanish- peaking peoples in the United States, and also with migrant groups. They spent a number of years developing the Church jf God Missions Training School n Saltillo, Mexico. Recently hey have been living in An- lerson, but expect to move to Mexico City, Mexico, about the first of the year to pioneer a new church work there. + > friendship Hour Picnics At Park The Friendship Hour Club met Saturday evening at Shadyside Park for a picnic. President Nellie R. Brown conducted a business session. Devotions were given by Edna Wohlford en- rs. The Leaders are mission- titled " old Friends and a ries who have recently re-! p . raver -" Several poems were urned from Sierre Leon Af- ! S iven b X Alice Bloomer. The ica. They also showed pictures! meeting closed with a prayer, aken on their sojourn in Af-! There wcre 29 members and Attending from Daleville were Irs. Lena Skinner, Mrs. Ruth .inker and Mr. and Mrs. Atlee linker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Sch- one guest present. The nextj meeting will be a picnic at the park on Saturday, Sept. 3. Local Amvets Miss Mary Ann Miller Tlje wedding of Miss Mary {Christian Church with the Rev. Ann Miller, daughter of Mr Russell Deitch officiating. A re- and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, RR ce P['° n ™ H '""'"" 7, Anderson, to Larry E. Dol- J So,, a7 Her , ens, son o! Mr. and Mrs. Her- fiance was graduated from Pur- shal A. Dollens, RR 3, Ander- due University in June with a son, will be held on Aug. 20, at .degree in Electrical Engineer- 7 : ;: ~- . , . :30 p.m. in the East Lynn ; mg. Lawson-Lovell Wedding Rites Solemnized At Odon Church Miss Janet Kathleen Lovell,, nenberg, Selma, cousin of-th« laughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Sylvester Wilson Lovell, of Odon, became the bride of Mic- cey Dean Lawson, son of Mrs. )avid Lawson, of Anderson, and the late Mr. Lawson, on Sunday, July 10, at 2:30 p.m. n the Odon EUB Church with Dr. Glen O'Dell and the Rev. 1. W. Lovell performing the louble - ring ceremony. As guests assembled, Mrs. >amuei Blackmore, of Odon, clayed bridal airs on the organ nd accompanied the vocalist, rtiss Sue Fmdley, of Muncie. Large baskets of pink Shasta laisies and white daisies, each entered with a candle, decorat- d the chancel. The coupie ighted an anniversary candle in the attar. Given in marriage by her fa- her, the oride wore a gown ot groom. A navy shantung dress with pink accessories and a Cymbidium orchid corsage was worn by the bride's mother. The groom's mother chose a pink satin and organza dress with a lace ( coat and Cymbidium orchid corsage. Approximately 250, friends and relatives were greeted by She couple at a reception in :he church basement which was decorated with garden flowers. For a wedding trip through .he northeastern states the jride traveled in a two-piece lot pink shantung dress with 3one accessories and a corsage of Cymbidium orchids from her aouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson now reside here in the Madison Ridge Apts. The bride was graduated ace with a fitted oooice which eatured a bateau neckline and Dior sleeves. Her floor - length lome - shaped skirt was high- ighted by a detachable train wnich was trimmed in lace and extended to chapel length. An pen pillbox trimmed in pearl- ncrusted Alencon lace secured Muncie and Indiana Central College in Indianapolis. She will teach in Anderson this fall. Her husband was graduated from Highland High School and is employed at Delco-Remy Di- (ADVERTISEMENT) er veil. She carried a Bible if* ipped with Cymbidium orchids! UOCfOfS (I lilt nd streamers of ivy and! , . tephanotis tied in lovers' knots SITIOKinQ vith ribbons. ^ ith ribbons. Miss Jane Lawson, of Ander- CHICAGO — According to a on, sister of the groom, served recent survey, 52% of Ameris maid of honor gowned in a ink Saki dress. A bateau neck- can doctors do not smoke. Many l»«Ii uunl U1V.30. n ualcau IIC^I^- ., ,, , ,, ne and short sleeves edged; qult rccently due > acc °i-dmg U> i a double row of Venise typei lhc Anti-Tobacco Center of ice accented the sculptured:America, to the conclusive evi- odice. A row of lace enhanced dence linking cigarettes and le lower part of her floor -!] un n cancer ength sheath skirt. She carried : ° basket of pink daisies. ! Many doctors gave up smok- Janice Lawson, of Muncie, the ins without straining their will ingbearer. jsmoke. Less than Z r ', of the Best man was Richard Fish.; 150.000 people who Iricd Ihis Anderson, and ushers were tablet reported they still smoke! ohn Lovell, Odon. the bride's •other; Lee Roy Lawson, An-! Smokers interested in recciv. erson, brother of the groom- m ? information (free) about ill Lawson, Muncie, also, a rothcr; Kenneth Stephenson this new tablet are invited to contact directly the Anti - To- AndersonTand GaT'Bron- i? a «° , C ™'f ° f ,. A T crica ' ^Pt- .J77-Y-1, 366 Fifth Avenue, New York 1, New York. II is sufficient lo send your name and address. .lust a post- T T n i Joy Lynn Bakery Open for business. Party at Davis Park. Tables were decorated in the Miss Steed. Mesdames ~ " i Mildred Seybert, Alice Kar-! Selby, William Baisinger, Rayi ln P to ta '" ornia : . kosky, Frances Carver, Wilma j Walker, Don Moore. Don Oliver, j. ine Buckners visi ;legel, accompanied by Mr. and To Go To Conclave! !, with : Mrs - . Waltc : r Buckner'of Trafal- j The , !st Amvets Aux iii ar y Na- irles igar,Ind have returned from a j tiona , Convention will be held trip to California. lat (he Dcsh i cr . Co i e Hotel, Co- Hawaiian theme and Hawaiian jBrann, Jewel Unger, Linda j Ed Bute, Don Johnson, Harry music was played in the back-JFaulkenberg, Joan Deitz, a new ground. Jane Griffet, the leader, read the history of the club and presented a trophy and surprise member, Janice Hamilton, and two guests, Rachael Young and Joyce Shaffer. o^uicu a uupuj aim duipuac -^ . _ towel shower to Betty Russell, ! Swim PortV For who became the Kirsl KOP inj jwlm r( -"ly rUI who became the First KOP in! the club. Carolyn Sample crowned Josephine Corlew Queen of the Week. Jane Griffet conducted a contest and prizes were won by Mary TSlien Shepherd, Ellen Cooper and Mildred Seybert. A discussion was held for a rummage sale to be in September. Betty Russell will have the program at the next meeting. A salad luncheon was served to members Dolores Hartley, Mary Ellen Shepherd, Jane Griffet, Betty Russell, Sarah Free, Catherine Hancock, La- Jacks, Jills -Reunions- SEWING ESSENTIALS }U' fovt Shipley Family —The 61st anniwl Shipley family reunion will be held Aug. 21 at the Conservation Clubhouse at Falls Park, Pendleton. Dinner will be served at twelve-fifteen o'clock. Lester D. Shipley, of Anderson, Roettinger and Miss Nancy Sol- by and Miss Janet Roettinger. Stewart BPW To Picnic isited relatives in Riverside, and the Schlegels Mumbus, 0., August 18-21. visited their Mrs. Jewel Fifielski. of Chi- Mrs. Melanie Frischkonf andl" 80 .', nationa1 ,, president, wlil family, in Long Beach. iP rcs ' de over a " sosslon5 Mrs. Atlee Rinker was host- Auxiliary members from thh ess for the regular monthly I arsa who will be attending aic meeting of the JT Club M rs. Charles Shrake, Ande- Attcnding were Mrs. Mildrcd :son ' slate President; Mrs. Don Mauzy, a guest, Mrs Pearl Sle- lDudlc >'- statc secretary and Members of the Mary Stewart wart. Mrs. Frank Scott. Mrs. ! Mrs - Paulmcr Keller, state par m. ... , ,.„ , Business and Professional Worn- Ethel Simes, Mrs. Gladys Rich- 1 hamentanan, both of Markle- The Jacks and Jills <3-4-5th cn ' s c]ub will meet Thursday:man, Mrs. Joe Halficld Mrs graders) of Edgewood Country •• _..:..._... Club will have a swim party at the club Thursday from seven- thirty until nine o'clock. Committee members arranging the affair are Mr. and Mrs. James Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rhodes. . Ivillc. Today At YMCA Lunch 12:00 Rotary 12:00 CBMC Dinner 6:00 Mds. Kiwanis 8:30 Chief And. Lions Meeting 7:30 Sesque. Cent. Physical Schedule 8:30- 9:30 Youth Semi - pri- 9:00- 9:00 Gym, track, handball, weights 9:00-12:30 Youth Gym Swim is president; Lucille Sharrctt, io : oo-7:00 Health Club Knightstown, vice - president; 12:00- 1:30 Men's Swim Murnie Shipley, Greenfield, treasurer; Juanita J. Campbell, Anderson, corresponding secretary. 1:30- 2:30 Tiny - Tot Swim 5:00- 7:00 Men's Swim fi:30- fl:30 Family Gym 7:30- 9:00 Family Swim at tlie Summitville Lions Club:Maude Edgcll, Mrs. Lena Skin- Park for the annual picnic " ~ For transportation call Margaret Abel, 644-6841, and for directions to the park call Neva Boyer, 642-3825, or Lillie Dunla, 644-6601. Ever saute cooked egg noodles in bacon fat? Delicious with Paprika Chicken! ner, Mrs. Bertha Haller and ! Mrs. Edith Kendall. Among those recuperating at home after a stay in the hospital are Mrs. Nolle Franklin and Mrs. R. D. Rowe. One-half pound of cake flour is the equivalent of 2U cups I of the sifted cake flour. 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