The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana on December 20, 1956 · Page 11
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Kokomo, Indiana
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Thursday, December 20, 1956
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Cong. Beamer Visits Women Republicans Members of the Howard County Women's Republican Club, meet- Ing Wednesday afternoon at the YWCA, were given a happy surprise when Congressman John Beamer of the Fifth District appeared for a short visit with them. He told something of activities in Washington and thanked the •etter from Mrs. Daisy Brown of I Mrs. Max Farlow was hottess Cleveland 0 was read and gifts Thursday. An arrangement of blue vere distributed. The next meet-and white candles in blue angel ne will be at the home of Mrs. hair decorated the table and the "ft " ••— , , _ 1 mill «tifrk A A potluck dinner and gift ex- exchangej the Rev. Francis Brown. change were highlights of the all pa stor O f tne - New London Friends Jay meeting of the MACEDONIA : ^ mch gave a chalk talk. Roll John Conaway. buffet table was adorned with a tiered fruit tree. Following the gift jay nn*euus ui «ic «•*•*-•-«—.—.cnurcn gave a cnai* uu». nuu CWF at the home of Mrs.,Wayne cal| ..esjjonse was "my -nicest "•annnn WpHnPsHaV. MfS. Patll /nu.:_*«. n c- " TU» fnttnwinP offlfprs Cannon Wednesday. Mrs. — . Christmas." The following officers Johnson was co-hostess to the 15, were elected: Mrsr Carl Hobson, members. The lesson, the Christ- : presjdent . Mrs. John Clelland, n b Mrs. Ar- . , mas story, was given by Mrs. Ar- vjce p thur Helton. Mrs. Omer Rude secretary . read the Scripture lesson and assistant; rs. rnes . Miss Elizabeth Yoder led in pra- treasurer; Mrs. Helen Hendrick- yer. Mrs. Francis Stahl will be sollj ass i s tant; 'Mrs. Marland Ran- hostess fpr the .Ian. 16 meeting j sopnerj reporter and Mrs. ' . Mrs. Roy Phillips, Mrs. Glen Lawrence,! Mrs. Ernest Boruff.j in Washington and thanked the nosiess ipr me .MM. i» ...~L... 6 ; so p nerj reF orter ana Mrs. ua y] women for their efforts in his be-land an auction wjll be a feature. Wyant ass istant. The next meet-, " --—the cUo Howard him ^he h^hest of ~tbe PHI CHF EPSI- Newlin Jan. 24. here. him he hhest LON Bridge Club Wednesday O ne hundred and sixty were he had ever recfived night with a potluck dinner. Assist- t for the family night Christne naa evei i^c hostess was Mrs. Elbert^, r „.,.. nf PARK mas party of HIGHLAND PARK ing me uuiLebA waa j,»i.,. ——7 ;mas pany 01 HKJIIL.AHII* rrti*» Warren. Tables were covered withjCHURCH at the church Wednes. Aside from Mr. Beamer s talk n doths and certer ed with politics was, in large part, la '° !large can dles. Favors were nut aside for the afternoon while the. jn the shape o{ Christmas company was entertained by Mrs.I e , s Preceding the dinner, Albert Schwenger with a demon-| punch was served {rom a tab i e stration of making Christmas ! covcred with a gree n cloth. Prizes decorations. Artistic and novel jn orjdge went to Mrs N orma n decorations were fashioned of Pa-j Newlin and Mrs William Dennis. per, styrofoam, kitchen utensils )The next meeting wiu be Jan. 16, and dishes combined wiUij at U]e home of Mrs G eorge Kroft. * * * The Past County HOME DEM- ooa reuows «-m I»LU,<,S .u..>.. ONSTRATION PRESIDENTS Club At the close of the program, with was entertained Wednesday after- Mrs. Don Sellers, president, pre- noon at the home of Mrs. Earl greenery and colored balls. The club voted ten dollars to the Good Fellows Christmas fund. day night. The dining room was decorated for the occasion with each window gay in evergreen and snowmen, and a lighted tree! in one corner. Through the center- of the' tables were ropes of Christmas pine with red candles and snowmen in .the greenery. The program was given from the platform of the lower auditorium, with a welcome by the Rev. David Patterson who followed with presentation of the Patterson family's gift to the church. It was a pic A HOLIDAY APPETIZER tray that is unique features a Christma} appetizer tree fashioned from styrofoam. Speared tidbits of ham, pickled onions, olives, shrimp, cocktaU sausages .and tiny fancy cuts of Gouda cheese are the tree's decorations. Crimson rounds of Gouda cheese, ^cuts of Edam gift to the church. It Was a pic- oecoroi.o.w. *.,.,,..»,. ,ww..-~ ~. ----- -.. --.- - - ture of the River Jordan which 1 and Port Salut cheese with some simply-prepared canapes . ... • , < it ^ _ ___ A ,J *..«*• i n*J *Un traA rrant* n trnv tnnt i% nrPtfV OS Q £»n o. j^u»« «."-•"-- —» j— ' » ,iiuun 1*1. *>n_ ..»...•», — turG Ot InG Iviver juruaii wiiiuu **ii*-«wi. •——• — • — — — -— -- i . i i siding, punch, cookies, nuts and vandenbark who served luncheon com pi et£i ] y covcrs the wall as a> arranged around the tree create a tray that is "pretty as a mints were served. Large green lo eight members and guests Spe-j' J . f ^ baptistry . Aft J picture ." mints were served. Large green lo eight members and guests Spe-j rflund for ^ baptistry . Aft J picture . candles amidst pine boughs lighted ,; c ial guests were Mrs. Ernest Fec- (er desvotjons b Mrs . Marie Gates, the table and Christmas red was nung who was received as a new was , offered by Gene Engs Taxi Trip Dream Journey An elderly who lives in: through the floor board and is al- Thirty-five memb-srs and „... ,.._ of St.'gift exchange Church met at the container of me lavumc«j,: - - - 7=- - of Mr and Mrs Robert cookies or fruit cake of the donor.!Christmas cheer ana ^^ clucll , ,.„,.,„., „,.„ ,,.„ ........— = Watson Wednesday night for a The next meetin,g ^ with Mrs. ^* m * embers and ; New Jersey Recently decided Jo ways reading road signs Christmas party. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stanl Marcn a. i WajTie Allen and Mrs. Fietta Francis assisted thc host and host- Couple To Live AtGalveston After Trip «*> Mattie Marie Luft became the bride of James William Saylor,'R son of Mr. and Mrs. James Beryl g Saylor of Carveston, Sunday hi the;^ Christian Church at Bucklin, Kans.'ji The bride is the daughter of Mr. ri and Mrs. "John Loft of Bucklin. <g The Rev. William Ricketts of- « ficiated at the double ring rites at J which the br'de was given in mar- % riage by her father and mother, g Miss Peggy Smiley, pianist, and '£ Jerry Joe Neely, vocalist, present- n ed selections preceding the cere- « mony. Holly and ""white candles •< formed the setting for the wed- sj ding. <2 The bride wore a white princess- 5 styled dress and carried a white '< Bible topped with holly and red /< carnations. j£ Miss Ann Stephenson, maid of « honor, wore a red wool dress with * corsage of red carnations. g Bridesmaids were Mrs. Lawson § Clevenger, sister of the bride, and'w Miss Christine Gill, who wore red * wool sheath dresses and corsages «j of holly and red carnations. Ji Best man was Francis Luft of K Wichita, Kan., brother - of the K bride. « *' The bride's mother was attired ,f ** in a navy blue dress and the K bridegroom's mother wore a beige dress. Both had red carna- ?< lion corsages. '! Approximately 50 guests attend- g ed a reception for the couple in j the bride's home. .£ After a wedding trip through the ^ southwest states, the couple will j reside at the home of the bride- ^ groom's parents. t;: The new Mrs. Saylor was gradu- t \ ated from Bueklin Hish School. R College and Salt City | Thursdoy, Dec. 20, 1956 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE 11_ m Marcn «. jg ue ^ of The ALBERTA GORDON tour the Unlled btates ^ taxlcaD " Furthermore, when a husband is^ usiBess college. 3 Waj-ne Allen and Mrs. netta; THETA OMEGA Club'Class of the Fir^t Baptist Church! In making arrangements with a the chauffeur he is always in a; Tne br i de g room was graduated '* Francis assisted the host and host- " r - • RRoomofthe YWC A! attended a Christmas party and cab company she asked for "a hurry. There s no time to stop and' from Galveston High School and i. '•ess. A gift exchange for the chil-,""; 1 dessert oarty Wednesday:potluck supper Wednesday night careful driver who's respectful to.admire a view, no time for a spent four year . jn thc v s Navy ^ drcn. Two clarinet solos were pre-.'"' Christmas decorations of 'at the church. The Nativity scene ; a passenger" and one who wouldn't leisurely lunch, no time to stop- « sented by Douglass Guirc. a piano' j-> : , marked each centered the main table. Dccora-ihave to leave a wife and children, along-the way to let his wife makel -. , -. . - « selection by Carolyn Watson and a night Christmas decorations 01 at me cnurcn. me rvaiivuy scene •> FO~="S«=« -"" "»*• ••"» ""«—» candies and greenery marked each Centered the main table. Decora-have to leave a wife and children. " hostesses were Mrs.Ifions on the smaller tables includ-j The cab company refused to give a local telephone call to an old! selection oy i-aroiyu « 0 t, u ., «.. u » tab)e and hostesses were Mrs.ifions on the smaller tables includ- The cab company refused to give a local telephone call to an ow; %»••.«.««••* solo and piano number by Darlene| John Scnley and Mrs Harold Lan d.i cd Santas, angels and snowmen.;out the taxi-tourist's name, but ifs! fnend - no time to let her have a J Q gg G ues tS Watson. Miss Ida Shrock. cla . ss |Selections were given by Mrs.!Mrs. Norman Wilkinson gave de- : f un to speculate about her. look at a big city s stores. | Tn= Gir] Scouts w ; teacher, was presented with a gift Mark McCain , vocalist, accom-! V otions. Mrs. lola Oakley. Mrs.j She wanted a careful, respectfulj With a husband the motto is bo. Buest of , he Exolorcr .... be thc i^ u ^..~., — , j ~- iviarK ivic^ain, vutjajisL, cn_*.uiii-,vouons. Mrs. loia \jaiuc>, iviia.i ^ne waniea a careiui, respectiuii --—j~"r, 'guest of the Explorer Scouts* in and the adults participated in a pan i ed by Mrs. Ralph Diller at the; Elizabet h Gose and Mrs. Arthur driver who didn't have a familv!? 0 - go"-and that s not the way-- - - -- - - • White elephant gift exchange. A r,;~,nn anH wvcturv nal« wprp re-'T> 1 u~,l ~\*~*rtn «f nrnciintina' :,:_~ r the Howard District Saturday I night at the Explorer Christmas ....~. - —r-.. njin.auti.ii u«j^ «..- -na. m Luui Qriver \vno oiun L nave a lam.iy.^- ^ - r - - > piano, and mystery pals were re- ;Reed nad charge of presenting waiting for him at home-that is,. 1 most »' omen llk .e to trave '• ,... = ... _. .... _.. r punch bowl, candles and greenery vealed . Jan . je was announced as; Cnristmas baskets and gifts to a !one who wouldn't be in a rush to 1 of course ' lhls ls a11 just guess " party. The party will be held at decorated the buffet table. the date of the next meeting. nccdv f arn ily..Dr. John M. New-^pt back : mg. But whether its accurate or, thc Main strect Christian Church indicate to anv wife not - ifs a safe bet lherc are a lot and the program will start at 8 ,ne much cross-country of wives in the country who envy IBN SAUD observed The Rev. Donald E. Bailey and daughter, Ann, Mrs. Lawrence Huff and Mrs. Robert Beck wcre Hail Wednesday night, guests Wednesday at a Christmas t j ons wcre chritmas party of the TRI ML 1 Class at and sma n Santa Claus Grace Methodist Church. Fifteen were givcn as favors . The ex-" "^'" Rcci and Mrs Pea members attendedI the> party and ha nge of girts was conducted by ;jefferso ^ Mrg _ clara Hodson ^^ ^ Ne ™ m '- E " a traveling with her husband that csae . raveng w er usan a- Orlman Ora Jackson and Emma lh i s elderly woman is probably a y East were celebrated. A memon- vv . idow wno has la ken plenty of trips s Nel , ie Foust was rc ad; by aut0 mobile-but with her hus "-e elderly lady her trip. What a setup! A man at the plenty of trips wheel to cl ° lhe drivin jp.m. The t the wheel. Well, because most hus- ck to Miss Edna Hodson, teacher: was awarded to Mrs. Edgar Mrs. Roscoe McAllister, assistant Knouff and winners of the other and Mrs. Roscoe Baer, president. pr j zcs wcre Mrs. Harold Lacey - * " and Mrs. Morris Wolf. Hostesses ifor jenerson. mis. vj.aio nuuoun oi- : \vny? Well, Decause most nus- ~ so presented a reading. Mrs. Wil-; banc j s _ Cross - C ountry bound, don't wne -..^ program will include a , , Cake Walk, dancing, and Christ- | change 1 mac rarn , cinoino Adult Scout kinson received the attendance prize. .Members exchanged gifts. The next meeting will be at the Mrs. Harry We'rbe Sr. entertain- ana ..»"-. worns .. w ™-,. n .? u ??S s .home of Mrs. Oakley. Jan. 16.' *,*.«. „• -- lor tnc occasion were Mrs. Kist. 16 members and a guest. Miss ner Mrg Gj , bcrt Tjtus and Mrs Josephine Kollmar, at a Chnstaas iJoc ' SmUh The next mectjng will were Mes- !bc Jan ' 16 at lhe samc P ' aCe ' ..... The ELIZABETHAN Class oflhej TIME FOR SIGHT-SEEING. Ba church mc , aU day | PLEASl j RE wucei tu uu me ui.iiiic,. ^••u.isx. mas carol singing. Adult be tires, follow the road map. etc. But | caders and -their wives are invit- a man who will stop when she ^ to attend , ne Christmas Party, wants to stop, who'll slow down Robert Wagncr Explorer Ad- when she thinks he is driving too; visor of Troop 61- wi u S h 0 w a drive carefully enough to suit theirjf^- J vh ° isn ' 1 ; in t anwhosp ^ t '.movie entitled "The Story of Si- wives Thev like to make time, so, rr ^ f e a " 5 ^ ' . lent Night . their foot ikusually a little heavy;protest when she wants to have a wjlbur Hudson Assislant Dis- » on the cas I leisurely lunch in a good restau- itrjct Comrniss i one r for Explorer,^ rant instead of grabbing a ham-i Scouting wi] | be in c h ar ge of the is """- '"= L< -' au ul »'«""""& " ••"— scouting, w e n carge o e burger from a roadside stand, and / m Joe Spra dlin. H who won . t darc b lame the passen- T 42 and Allcn Dcnton Troop « -.,-- ..... —u: ...... ....... , .i™' ". ............ « led Wednesday at the church and a And they certainly aren't rc.'p^ct- jcr for not watchins the road signs j^ w j][ h c i p Hudson with the pro- dinner was served at f,,i t n ihp fronl seat nasscnscr who when he lakes a '.vrong turn. nmm ' rs. J. M. ri ,C.L.B. Class of Calvary «=""« luujjaujjaa decorations prevaiieu Church at a Christmas supper for the party at which a program ; Wcdncsday night . Carol singing P" 6 ^ of music and readings by Mrs., was [ollowed with prayer by the I V a °. Joseph Scionli jwas jircsented._A : Rcv j M Smith and M rs . B yron^ r em A lberV Thompson and Pearl ! A PP !e S atc and devotions by MrJ,..^^^ inted lo make up I i. iSmith. A Christmas basket and a t , ]e dass ranl for next ye ar IS It $10 donation were given a needy ; and Mrg Fern wj , son was .family. Thirteen members and;,„„„,,„„ fn , lho vo ., r wilf ™ Let Lucille Be Your Personal Shopper This Christmas Phone GL 9-3414 LUCILLE SHOP 203 Union lank Bldg. ne'e White Christmas! ng mil" OUf one visitor ; ; I /f) . .iieacncr ior LUC year, with Mrs were present and. tus Warden as assistant . Mrs . reports were made of 29 cards and: A , ma K dismisscd the meet|15 sick calls. Mrs. Kellar olfeied .^ ^ prayer M ,. and Mrs jthe closing prayer. Ihe meeting Vewsom and Miss j, aly Orem jnhey're hep to their feminine ap- sallowcr, Jan. 22 will be at the home of Mrs. wfcre ^^ Th{ , „,,,., mecling ^ \_ RUth Graves. . wiu be at (hc c |, urc |, j an . IB.. Hflf? flOt: Anyone who can typewrite can easily learn to play a Gerrard entertained Sixteen members of Ihe B.H. AND G. Club attended the Christ- Mrs. John . V HRFU- mas dinner meeting for which ^members «£•££** Glenn Drysdab. Miss Edna One out of every eight women, hat can make a sallow skin look a yellow skin more peal, will wear a while hat this jaundiced, a florid face as red as | Christmas, says a man in com- br j c k. statistics. .- j Don't strop at just clearing up , vour skin. AL-,o, .s;'e that •'s how Factor .,, smooth as silk. Make a red rose of your moutli I n jour last meeting of the year, the fi-><v •" >»"' '"•<•"• hat" is one qosed dircctlv under it nances were closed. It was voted: Under all the that powder puft nat ' s nnc posca a ' recuj u . nutl lo buv a new electric sweeper for prettiness. your face should look as Don't overlook this opportunity the 'church and a sum was'precious a a gem in a jeweler's to make blue or green ejes look pledged toward the furnishings for white case. That, says Factor, is as enchanting as a white Persians the new lounge. High tea was'your cue to wearing the world's with blue or green eyeshadow, served following the meeting and.most fauKless make-up. jAlso brown eyes can be made to the tables wcre decorated in thej For that a i most unearthly while-; lo ° k browner wlth matching shad^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ Christmas motif which also was ncss above your fact, wear a ow ^""""~~"""""""~™ jsuggested'in the napery. Thc priij-j clcan> e i ea r " natural shade of To make upper eyelashes look as SOMETHING DIFftKENI and j dpal (able was cen t cr ed 0>y a ma ke-up. Choose one more to the long and sweeping as a Christmas I snowman, with three-branch can-.jjoht 'side than usual. Just as calendar girl's, draw a pencil idelabra with red and green tapers! a " Sn0 wdrif makes everything it line straight across the roots at the RAMSEYER PIANO CO. 320 W. Taylor St. revolutionary in a soap idea is Stork Club Nude Soap . . . a pure white oval French hard milled soap, combined of the highest quality ingredients which make it perfect for all types of skin. imf , Each cake is a true lifelike, | No cameo-profile of Arthur Godfrey, Sherman Billingsley and Morton Downey on one side, with the emblem of the world famous Stork Club on the other. The name aeianra wim rea arm jjicen Lapela ia snowdnt maKcs evcryinmg IL iinu suaigiii. oi-.^ at either side. The Christmas col- !touc h cs darfi by contrast, a white e'dgc of the lid. ors and motifs also prevailed in the food. Members of the HARRISON HOME DEMONSTRATION Qub held their Christmas party at the New London Friends Church Wednesday. A turkey luncheon was served by the women of the -church. Mrs. George Ehrman presented several organ selections before the business . Nude was originated by the Duchess of Windsor; known the world over as a fashion and social leader. Sweets To Give Get 'Em While They Last ! ! FREE 98c RECORD TO EVERY SHOPPER ENTERING OUR STORE AFTER 6 P. M. AH Toys and Costime Jewelry 25% T. P 50% OFF PANDA BEAR S2.49 W* Give Hdden's Red Stamps ( GROVES VARIETY 20* N. BUCKEYE SPORTING GOODS • LUGGAGE • FISHING TACKLE TELEVISION • ELECTRIC APPLIANCES • TOYS meeting. Devotions, based on "Let's* Keep Christmas," by -the Rev. Peter Marshall, were offered by Mrs. Garfield Hankins. Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mrs. Vernoni Kuhns joined in a duet, "I Heard! the Bells on Christmas Day," and! Mrs. John Nash offered "White! Christmas" as a piano solo. Fol-j lowing a playlet presented by Mrs Snyder., Mrs. Walter Zell and Mrs. Vcra Kemvorthy, members joined in group singing arid a gift exchange. The next meeting will be Jan. 16 at the home of Miss Harriet Gundy. * * * Former members of the Co-Y Club will honor MR. AND MRS. GEORGE McNEAL of Oxnard, Calif., with a potluck supper at ^ p.m., Dec. 27, at the Russiaville Lions Club Community Building. Meat and rolls will be provided. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish.. * * * The BIRTHDAY Club was entertained by Mrs. William Armstrong Wednesday ami Christmas decorations prevailed at the turkey dinner. Birthday gifts were presented to Mrs. Armstrong and Mrs. Russell Barker.'' The afternoon was spent socially. Jars — SWMtS TO THAT SPECIAL PERSON on year gUt list give a fine assortment of homemade candies-this box contains sugared pecans, ambrosia bonbons and cosmopolitan fudge—all made with quick fudge mix. One of the nicest gifts you can dipping pecans until all penuche is " used. AMBROSIA BONBONS Make chocolate o rpenuche fudge day visitors. give is something from your kitchen. Candies, at holiday time, are the perfect-choice. ™«-^ ».—~~ - ... You'll find these fudge candies as directed on package, except use easy to make with quick fudge 3W tbsp. orange juice in place of mix-and delicious to eat. Be-"-— "-=' —'- *•" "• tc " sure to make enough so you'll have some on hand to serve your holr SUGARfeD PECANS ( Make penuche fudge as directed on package. When glossy, pour! water. Omit nuts.. Add Vt tsp. grated orange rind just before pouring. When cool, cut in '!'•' squares and shape into balls.. Roll in coconut flakes. ' COSMOPOLITAN FUDGE Make chocolate fudge as directed ' small amount into a cus'tard'on package. 'When glossy, stir in cup . Quickly dip pecan halvesj K cup chopped almonds, '4 cup _ - --- into the hot fudge in custard cup. j raisins, 1 tbsp. sherry or sherry HAIR CUT SI, Hr$. 8 t« 5i30. Lay on wax paper to cooL Keep extract, and 2 tsp. grated orange euiTi-vte ««ii n • b remaining penuche over hot (not rind. Pour into buttered pan. When. SMITTT 5, JIT;? Ht OlieKeytjbojijngj wa ter. Refill custard cup.jcool, cut in squares. ' EVERYTHING IN c o sc o TABIES, CARTS, STOO'S, CARD TABIES & CHAIRS i Get the upholstered high chair with . . . Stainless Steel Tray For itamina, it's all iteel. For comfort, ifi upholitered in padded Duran. New "arfety-lock" tray t* rtwnlesa tt*el-tbe iam- tary metal. Get youit today... ted, yellow, or 44 m»r charcoal, with 'Ifl 98 chromium trim t • • , Kokomo Wreckage Co. South Sid* Square phone orders filled! ever lovely, ever washable no iron nylon jersey for a Happy New Year the Christmas present with a future to own touch it ... wear it! Oh, what fun this Shelton Stroller. The jewel p'int is a treasure of fashion. Smooth and gantle describes this 100°'o nylon jersey. An on-in-a-jiffy zipper front invites you to step into it easily. And, when day is done; simply wash it and let it drip dry. No ironing needed. Colors: Blue-Green-Brown-Rose Sizes: 12 to 20 12'/2 to 12.98 I 4 ways to buy Shelton Strollers at Carl-Ann . . . 1. CASH 2. LAY AWAY 3. 30-DAY CHARGf 4. BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT, with flexible limits . , . up to 10 months lo pay. a I I *• I 1 I I i II I I I I I 2 8- I I I I i i 1 j

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