Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 10
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Anderson, Indiana
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PAGE 14 ANDERSON SUNDAY HIRALD SUNDAY, OCTOIER 9, DELTA CHAPTER DELEGATION ATTENDS PARLEY - A large representation of Delta chapter, Sigma Alpha Chi Sororify members or* offending fhe national convention (his weekend, at Holiday Inn, Lake Short Dr., Chicago. Husbands art accompanying their wives on this special occasion. Pictured .above, prior fo departure, horn left are Mesdames Douglas Skinner, John Rolfs, Dan C/ymer, council president; and Morris Johns, director. Others registering for the parley were Mesdames John Heiden, Normo Stafford, Hugh Starr, Chester Bausmon, Robert Doles, Fred Robertson, Hubert Trees, Hubert Padgett and Miss Kit Lane. (Herald Photo) World Community Day Set Mrs. Richard Taylor presided at a recent committee meeting to make plans for the World Community Day observance of the United Council of Church ioned theme with numerous an- Women, scheduled for Nov. 4, at the Madison Avenue Methodist Church. Present at the session were Mesdames Herman Hallett, Julius Streaty, Joe R. Lines, Walter Johnson, Charles Stiner, James Hudson, Joe Welling and Mrs. Taylor. The host church will have a coffee hour at 9:15 a.m. Plans are under way to display all articles that are brought for the projects, personal hygiene kits, children's outfits for Asia, the Far East and South Pacific, outfits for women in the South Pacific and additional cotton piece.goods, yarn, clean blankets and towels. The offering on World Community Day will make possible two major projects, a new program in family planning and responsible parenthood to be started by the United Church Wumen through Church World Service in India and West Pakistan and a new center for training women in the highlands of New Guinea in the South Pacific. United Church Women will build the Center, and the Australian Trustee Administration will staff and equip it. United Church Women will provide scholarships to bring women to the Center. The next committee meeting will be held Oct. 19, at 9:30 a.m. at the Madison Avenue Methodist Church. LAKE LEVELS DULUTH — Lake Superior is 21 feet higher than Lakes Huron and Michigan. Omega Chapter Plans Benefit Card Party-Bazaar For Nov. 2 Omega Chapter of Phi Beta Psi Sorority is planrong its annual benefit card party to be held on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at the YWCA. Theme of the af- fail liU be "The Cracker Bar rel Follies." Decorations will be carried out in an old - fash- tiques acd settings of the early 1900's. Hostesses at the affair will be attired in costumes of James Landmann; kitchen, the era. An added feature will be an old - fashioned bazaar in a setting of the old general store of yesteryear. The bazaar will include Christmas wreaths, tree and door decorations, various gifts, doll clothes, baked goods and novelty items which were all handmade by sorority members. The bazaar will open at 6 p.m. and (he card party will begin at 7:30. Highlight of the evening will be a show by Les Pre-cieuses, "the silly ones." a local group which spoofs the high fashion world of today. Proceeds of the affair will be - Ct ' - reseilrch ; -' n - c the Madison County Cancer So- Madison County which aids fam- lies of leukemic children. Each guest will be presented with an old - fashioned cookbook made by sorority members with their favorite recipes. Table prizes will be handmade topiary trees in various colors. Several local merchants are donating various items to be given as door prizes. Mrs. Jerry Rhodes, chapter president, has announced the supplied by Jhe mothers' club. committees for the affair as follows: Bridge, Mesdames Frank Ruth Davis, president; Mrs. L. Phelps, chairman; Charles "---'-" °----—- " ! — "™- ; Swann, co-chairman: Barella Gray, Paul Cunningham, Roland Maine and Miss Vivian Lee; bazaar, Mesdames GiRARO PERREGAUX P lrard I errego'jx end-three-quarters info this elegant fourteen-karot gold. has put their century- of watchmaking skill marquise-shape of $79.50 £ Locally Owned and Optralad Jtwilry and Gift Shop 1207 •UI3 MERIDIAN STREET Richard E. Bottomley, chairman; Larry Tipton, co-chairman; G. C. Hallenbeck, Jeffrey Seulean, James Landmark, John Breeck, Bruce Strupp. Keith Walton and Gary Schuster; door prizes, Miss Vivian Lee, chairman; Mesdames Paul Cunningham, co - chairman; Larry Carmack, Phillip Bucher, Gary Schuster, Neil Muse arjc Mrs. Barella Gray, chairman.; Miss Marylinda Thomas, cochairman ; Mesdames Bruce Strupp, Keith Walton and Jeffrey Seulean; tickets, Mesdames Roland Maine, chairman, and Marvin Lowe; posters. Mrs. Marvin Lowe; general store, Mesdames Richard Bottomley, Larry Tipton and John Breecfc. Tickets are available from all chapter members. They will also be available at the door. Sylvia Meckel Club Convenes For Fall Program The Sylvia Meckel Mothers' donated to the sorority's nation- ch] b o{ miey School met Wednesday at the school with Mrs. Luck, past president, op- during the new .president, Mrs. Ruth Davis. Principal Farada Hensley spoke briefly on the understanding and cooperation needed between the parent and leacher for the best welfare of the child. Miss Kay Stinson, kindergarten teacher welcomed the mothers and discussed a few articles needed for the kindergarten children which are Officers elected were Mrs. Harriett, Spearman, vice president; Mrs. Phyllis Gilbert, secretary; Mrs. Cathy Wykoff, treasurer; Mrs. Marilyn Thompson, Federation, delegate. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mesdames Phyllis McMahan, Betty Luck, Ruth Davis, Dorothy Poat "and Cindy Wheeldon. MEAT CONTENT Water content of lean meat Is about 73 percent. SYLVIA MECKLES MOTHERS' CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS - During fhe inifiaf program-meeting of the new club year, officers of Sylvia Meckles Mothers' Club of Ri/ey School were named. The new officers are pictured above, seated in the front row, from left are Mesdames William Spearman, vice-president; Robert Davis, president; and John f, Gilbert, secretary. Standing, from left, are Mesdames W. Randolph Davis, financial chairman; Paul Wyhoff, treasurer and James Thompson, Federation delegate. (Herald Photo) Vintage Chevy Club Presents Special Event The Indiana Region 'intage Chevrolet of Club \merica held a fall picnic and our Sunday, starting with a itch-in dinner at the home of .Ir. and Mrs. Jack Davis and amily, near Muncie. After a short business ion conducted by President ack M'acy, the group went on short tour in antique autos around the Prairie Creek Water •eservoir. Present for the family outing Messrs, and Mesdames Macy and sons, Larry were ack urke, William Daugherty anc aughter, John Hayes and aughters, Ron McNatt, Ralph arJcin and family, Gene Len- lis and daughter, Gene Lev- que, Halla Wood, Freeman Mckason, Bill Clark and daugh- ers, Messrs. Jack Barber, Ron owler, Dick Green, Ralph parks, Jim WWtehead and the losts. ^____ hower Honors Vtiss Parker Miss Sharon Kay Parker, ct. 16th bride-elect of Jay Bitman, was feted recently at a liscellar.eous shower at the AVCA given by Mrs. Norman 'Simer, Mrs. Marie Parker iral Mrs. Onetha Plummer. The future bride, daughter of Irs. Verle Parker, 911 E. 31st t., and the late Mr. Parker, will be married to Mr. Eitel- nan, son of Mrs. Eileen Eitel- ian, 1302% Central Ave., in the .founds Baptist Church on Sun- ay, Oct. 16, at 2:30 p.m. wil ie Rev. John Wood performing ie ceremony in the presence of ie immediate families. Brown and gold, chosen olors of the bride, were arried out in the shower de- orations and appointments, orsages of mums were pre- ented to Miss Parker, her lother and lother. the bridegroom's Bridge Game May Short Circuit Husband-Wife Nervous System NEW YORK (UPI) —You've decade. They have enough got that husband of yours squared away for an evening o: bridge with the couple next door. Do yourself a favor. Pair him off with your neighbor's wife and you team up with her lubby as a nartner. It's the only way to avoid short circuits in the nervous systems of you and your mate cards. The advice comes from Jan Stone, wife of Tobias Stone, a jridge champ. And Mrs. Stone lerself, if you know your way around in the world cards, has ler fair snare of bridge trophies, too. Mrs. Stone, who .took up cards durin courtship with Stone, made that joint during an interview as ihe warmed up the cards for >articipation in the Sans Hotel irst international bridge tournament, an event starting in ,as Vegas. Nev.. Sunday. Feelings Get Fierce "Feelings get so fierce during iridge." she said., "that it isn't air to have a husband and wife >attle at that level over the card table." Mrs. Stone, a television and p adio actress on a steady scale before her bridge day, said ihe took up the game during a rery brief courtship with Stone. He handed her a book describing the system he advocated — Roth-Stone. She >oned up on it for two days and then teamed up with him. "I did all the right things," she said, "and he was saying t's 'adorable' That's the way you he would We won. After that, we were married and his real self came through. Honeymoon was Over "He woulrl tell me I was doing terrible things with the cards. Pretty soon, I realized he honeymoon was over." The Stones have been playing championship bridge now for a For the Bride and Wedding Guests For the Bride... be sure to register your pattern selections in ourWedding Gift Registry. You may choose from hundreds of possible combinations in crystal, silver and Lenox China. FortheWedding Guest.. .This unique service is a convenience for you. Our * locally Ownid and Optrolid 2 HOURS FREE PARKING DOWNTOWN I expert Bridal Consultant keeps eonS plete records of the Bride's patterns and the gifts given... avoiding duplication. Our wide selection of Lenox Gifts will provide many other ideas.. Jiwtlry and Gift Shop IJ07-U13 MERIDIAN STREET trophies to line several walls. But the tournament they're participating in beginning Sunday guess what? Each is playing with someone else. Her partner Will be George Bpehm, a New York writer. His partner wit be Ivan Erdos, of Los Angeles. The competition,- contract rather than .duplicate bridge, is while having a friendly game of being run with the technical advice of the U.S. Playing Card Co. The purse, for the winner, is the largest ever in bridge- around $60,000, Mrs. Stone said. Mrs. Stoac «*o under her taisband's tutelage won a master's in bridge in four months from the first time she played the game, represented the United States in two world bridge Olympiads, women's team championship numerous times. : . 4 Progress Club Meets Mrs. Russell Leakey, 1626 Magnolia Dr., entertained the Progress Club on Monday. Dessert - luncheon was served with Urs. William McKee assisting as hostess. Mrs. Sam Garretson, president, called the business meet- ng to order. A thought on 'Power of Christian Faith" was jrought by Mrs. Garretson. Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman exhibited a display of blind goods. Almost $100 worth of blind roods has been sold by the Progress Club this fall. Orders are taken for articles not on display. Mrs. Asa nounced the McKinley an social committee LOCAL WOMEN OF THE MOOSE SERVE AS HOSTESSES - Women of the Moose recently presented a special event, the Star Recorders Session, of (he (ocof Moose Hall, 16 East I2t/i St. Recorders were present from Richmond, Muncit, Elwood, Greenfield, and Connersville. Pictured above, at the affair, seated is Francis Reynolds, Deputy Grand Regent. Standing, from left, are Metsdames Jackit Lawrence, Anderson; Darrell Richey, Anderson; Fredonia Skaggs, Edinburg; Alice Morris, Connersvillt end Chartet Lmdzy, Anderson. (Herald Photo) las made arrangements for the Christmas dinner - party to be held at the Lone Oak dining! room. Mrs. George Fox presented the name of Mrs. Harold Cromwell for membership. She was accepted unanimously- Miss Wilhelmina Werneke re- of ^uy were g ues(s - of uic ported on the recent Leadership Anders,, Bui iders Association Clinic held in Muncie for^dis- on a tour of six homes in the "Parade of Homes" recently. rict were officers. Reservations ere taken for the .district Richard Sowash accompanied .eeting Oct. 7, m Muncie. Mrs. the group as tour chairman, Joe • Lines read several communications: the General Federation *of Clubs is sponsoring a unior project, Gateway To and refreshmente were served at the William H. Highsmith show home. Members attending were Philippines; the UNECEF Trick SJ Mesdames James .Alexander, -- li * . • i i n»nn * J * J "^- J or Treat project, also CARE Bib i er •,r.u3 frno "Mmnftc ann Ynu r* ___ n and the "Movies and You Award" given by the General rederation stressing the need 'or good, clean movies and heir place in our culture. A Carothers, Michael Casey, Kenneth Clark, J. M. Ebner, Jerry Herod, Donald Jesseman, Harry Kurrie, William McCarel, David Mishler, Howard Mur' y, Loren Nelson, Frank Pich. .. . -. —', Frank Roop, Victor Seright, or Canteen for Veterans; also Warren Schilke, Marvin Swart special among collection was taken members for the gift iach member will bring gifts or mental patients at the November meeting. Miss Werneke introduced the afternoon program, the theme, 'Indiana's Turbulent Politics". Mrs, Thomas White told of Ray Ward, Don Waymire and P. M. Wetmore. Guests were Mesdames Richard Sowash, David Brindel and Bruce Strupp. The next meeting will be Oct. 25, with Mrs. Warren Schilke. To Indiana?" l\5rs. Milton closed with the line from Her ihol's poem, "Ain't God Good Mills discussed iidiana governors, "From Oli- •er Morton to Roger Branigan." Mrs. McKee chose as her top- c, "Indiana's First Ladies", and told of the life and work of Mrs. Wallace, a leader in organizing the WCTU and women's sufferage. Mrs. McKee also told of her recent visit to Gov. Branigan's mansion, and how graciously the guests were received by Mrs. Branigan, the home of Mrs. Paul Conwell with Mrs. Vern Slater assisting. A silent auction on fresh produce and other articles was held after the meeting. Attending were Mesdames 0. L. Sprin- Clifford ;er, Sam Garretson, Savage, George Fox, Shankland, Lewis Pavey, Milton Mills, Vern Slater, Edward Monterville, Thomas White, Asa McKinley, Ward Leakey, William McKee, D. F. Hoiiscr, Kenneth Hoffman 1 , Joe Lines, Miss Wilhclmina Werneke. flAH. LINES The U.S. has one-third the world'* railway mileage. Secretaries Hear Speaker, Plan Parley Dr. Richard Bowers, Ander >on surgeon, was guest speak er for the October dinner-meet ng of the Kikthawenund chap- er, National Secretaries' Association, Monday evening in lie Old Salem Room of the YMCA. Dr. Bowers showed pic ures and spoke on his work and experiences in Viet Nam. The business session was con- lucted by the president, Mrs. tfona La Shure. Mrs. Judy Dick announced ie Kikthawenund chapter of Future Secretaries Association ad been organized and will be ostalled Nov. 10. The NSA Kik- hawenund chapter is sponsor f the FSA chapter. Members f the new chapter are junior nd senior secretarial students C Anderson and Madison Heights High Schools who are nterested in secretarial ca- eers. The llth annual Great Lakes district Conference will be helc let. 21, 22, 23, in' Indianapolis t the Sheraton - Lincoln Hotel, 'ostess will be Crossroads hapter of Indianapolis. The November meeting will re held in the American Glass ^.oom, Anderson Hotel, Nov. 7. Attending the meeting as ;uests were Jan Barnaby, Mrs. ugene Finney and Neita Lorlan. Members present were nez Baker, Made Boston, Jese Brown, Margaret Camm. ette Carter, Judy Dick, Harett Forkner, Lois Forsberg, eLoma Gadberry, Flo Grey, oan Gilbert, Marguerite Hack- r, Ella Heffernan, Edith owell, Helen Jeffries, Virginia ohnson, Martha Kauffman, dona LaShure, Madonna Lee- lom, Phama Martin, Betty tuterspaugh, Lenora Paynter, largie Rhodes, Claris Robeton, ida Sacilow, Barbara Shoemaker, Martha Utterback and etty Webster. Decorators Study Group Tours Homes Members and guests of the Interior Decorating Study Group Gene Babb, Tom Baldauf, John Brinn , ^ '_ .. . . . »» • <• , **"» "*"» njjo. ii ail ^=11 uvtujrn;, 'Unpredictable Hoosiers" ^and The program will be on "Table Top Accessories," presented by Mrs. Zile of Kirkman's Jewelry Store Estelle Tarney Mothers' Club Reports Meeting The Estelle Tarney Mothers' Club of Columbia School met Wednesday with Mrs. Beverly Schemmer, kindergarten teacher, and Miss Lavinia Burton, assistant elementary supervisor, speaking to the group. Mrs. November meeting will be at Lowell Stewart, president, was in charge of the meeting. Officers elected were Mrs. Jack Hollis, vice president; Mrs. Robert Armstrong, secretary, and Mrs. Steve Hulse, treasurer. Attending were Mesdames Everett Muterspaugh, Herman Fronla Myers, Jack Boyer, David C. "" Tilton, Robert E. Dickey, Harry Martin, Steve Hulse, Richard Cumberland, Edgar Adkins, Jack Hollis, Robert Armstrong, John E. Burke, Lowell Stewart. ST..MDARD WEF.K SYHNEY - Since January, 1948, standard weekly work lours throughout Australia have been fixed at 40. St. Anne's Club Has Program At Brady Home St. Ann's Study Club met witt Mrs. Harold Brady, 1800 Fletch er St., recently with Miss Jane Miller as co-hostess. Mrs. Everett Brockmyer anc Mrs. Don Alberts gave the program, "Fact and Fiction." Rol call was on current events, ant a discussion followed Yellow mums and white roses provided decorations. Lighted 'ellow tapers centered the serving table with yellow mums. Refreshments were served to fesdames Fred Richard, Theca Schies, Ralph Johnson, Bernard Baumer, R. L. Lloyd, Evirett Brockmyer, Don Alberts, 'aul Grossestreuer and Miss Jane Miller. The Nov. 7th meeting will be leld at the home of Mrs. Gros- sestreuer, 700 E. 38th St., with. Mrs. Schies as co-hostess. f Zeta Gamma Reports Current 'rogram-Meeting A bake sale to be held Oct. 5, at the K-mart was the main opic of discussion at the Wednesday meeting of Zeta Garrma chapter of Beta Sigma "hi. Sorority. Mrs. Sam Whiteman, presi- ent, read a letter from the in- ernational office concerning the ormation of a "Getting Involv- d For Good" Club. Youngsters rom the 6th Grade up become ligible for the group by help- ng other people — without be- Jig paid. Mrs. George Horine was lected to .represent Zeta Gam- na as queen candidate for the iweetheart Ball Feb. 4, at the Jnion Hall, Mrs. Horine was also diosen to be the delegate to the Jillcrest Home for Girls' tea cheduled for Oct. 12. Following the business ses- ion, Mrs. Charles Shaffer, pre- ented a cultural program en- 'tled "Your Poise and Charm." Attending were Mesdames Vhiteman, Horine, Shaffer,, ohn Beck, Donald Hosier, Paul Uishire, Larry Gellinger, Har- Id Hahn, Gary Harvey, Charles IcDanell, Charles Parker, Javid Baker; Misses Annabelle Senzenbower, Donna Grimes, nd a guest, Mrs. Don Dudderar. Mrs. Shaffer will be hostess or a Halloween party Oct. 19, t 7 p.m. about the open tea at Hillcrest Emmanuel WSCS Hear Reports The WSCS of Emmanuel Methodist Church met in Fellowship Hall Tuesday evening. Mrs. William Joyce Sr., vice president, called the meeting to order in the absence of the president, Mrs. Everett Ussery. Mrs. Tom Russell reported to the Society ' house and ___ _. Home on Oct. 12th from 1:30 till 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Raymond Hudson gave a report concerning United Nations Day which will be Oct. 23rd. Mrs. Flossie Huntzinger gave a report on shut-ins who belong to the church and Society. The program, "The" Christian and Culture", was given by Mrs. Ruth Hon assisted jy Mesdames Aretta Dunwiddia and Mary Everman. Refreshments were served in the form of a tea by the icstesses, Mesdames Marha Caldwell, chairman; Daisy ihaw, Ruth Badger, Geneva Smiley and Esther Frame, to 28 members and four guests. The next meeting will be Oct. 25th. Mrs. Coen Entertains For Alpha Lambda Alpha Lambda chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held a rush party recently at the home of Mrs. Gary Coen, 4725 Clear- -'iew Dr. Mrs. Tom Crisler and Urs, Tom Kirk, rushees, were introduced to the group. Several games were played during the evening, and a door prize was awarded to Mtrs. Jesse Smith for making the rest octopus doll. The dolls will be a ways and means project .his fall. Decorations carried out a fall motif. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Eugene imith, Robert Gray, Larry Soundv, Pat Phersoii. Jim Engish, Ralph Hite, Bill Massey, esse Smith, Doug Talley, Tom tirk, Tom Crisler, Tim Swin- ord, Maurice Manghelli, Bette Bonner and Gary Coen. 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