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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, March 14, 1949
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6 Logansport Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Friendly Circle class of tlie Bap-; fered by Miss Brown. Albert tist Temple will meet (or a baked j Strantz, president, was in charge of ham and covered dish supper at J the business meeting. 1:30 o'clock Wednesday evening Jn j The program, led by Mrs. Gillum, the church basement. i included group singing of a num- The committee in charge will be ! her of Irish airs, with piano ac- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rearick, Mr,:' companiment by the Reverend J. Diane Personetto i and Mrs. .Robert Winomlller, Mr. j Vergil Siberal and Mrs. "Walter McElheny, and i ' ' „ .. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hammer. I &™ * m ™ be >* ° r rcadlll S s _-j. i Earl Gillum played two trumpet Gamma Nu sorority will meet i solos, with Mary Beck, 1026 Smend street, | • —;'r— at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. I Following the Lenten service at 30th Anniversary Of American Legion Is Marked at Dinner Members of the American Legion anc j! celebrated the thirtieth anniversary 1 of the organization with a baked ham supper, served by members of the Legion Auxiliary. A color scheme of blue and gold i _ T ; was used at the tables which were ... _ .. „ ... . , . i St ' Josdph 3 church Friday ev enin£, lighted bv tall ' tapers of those Mrs. /ella Crcer will entertain : eisht me nibers of St. Rose ot Lima ! colors. The speakers' • table - was ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS at 1:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, J - f. Murphy, 3128 East Broadway. frost f d in blue a » d S° la and the rather than on Thursday. Boll call was answered by relat- i f es , ts ^™ «rved ice cream cen- She will be assisted bv Gertrude '. ln G interesting incidents in the '""""' """ tha "'"""•'" sn Wilson and Alta Bawson. Marguc-1 IlvM of various saints. It was an- rite Baslior will be'in charge of de-i nollnc ed tl!a t the club's infants . votions. The lesson is to b'e on safe j veai ' collection of overseas dis- milk and roll call will bn answer- trifaution is growing rapidly. The, . ed with questions and comments collection is to be placed on ex- I amusmg activities thought to oc- on milk questions. ' |W bl t in'Lafayette during the com-i' c «r at the 40'and S conventions Miss Edna Bowman * and Mrs. Jean Barker are to be in charge of the program. — ft- A surprise birthday party was Driven Thursday -when Ralph Minglin, Logansport route three, celebrated his 61st birthday anniversary. Many lovely gifts were received by the celebrant. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Minglin, Flora route one; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Minglin, Ke- •wanna route three; Mr. and Mrs, John Minglln and daughter, Marsha Ruth, and sons, John Russell and Walter Lee, of New Waverly; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lowe and son, ing convention of the Diocese. Members were urged to , attend the Deanery meeting in Kokomo on [ Sunday. The next meeting will be with Hannah Hayes, S12 East Market street, in April. At that meeting twenty yards ot material will be wade into infants clothing. Mczpah lodge No. 2G, L. A. to B. with the numerals "30. Where Is J I ing Boy Tonigh't" was the title of j a playlet given by auxiliary mezn- bers. It was a take-off on the and the "ladies portrayed various of R. T., will bold a meeting at 2 j Banta. members of the local group. Mrs. Mary Schmidt and Mrs. Hulda Burdge were in charge ot the program. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. George Banta. Members of the play cast were Bernice Settlemyer, Betty Crist, Mary Sharp, Freda Schmidt, Mary Schmidt, Ethel Miller and Cleo i Ronnie, of route celebrant and his o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the Games of euchre were played I. 0. 0, F. hall. On the social com- j during tile evening with prizes go- wittce will be Gertrude Logan, j ing to Mrs. Paul Spitznogle, George Marie Stultz, and Carrie Clayton. | Barnett and Mrs, Nell Bradfield. —•&— j Charlie Stewart was awarded the Division Xo. 4 of the Ladies Guild i men's guest jorize. of the Ninth street Christian ' Parents Ana^Son Mark Their Anniversaries At Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hal T. McElheny. i ~j "~~~ ; Monday Eve., March 14, 1949 !MR. AND MRS. GEORGE~E.~ HICKS i QUIETLY OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY j Xo-special celebration'has been i i planned by Mr. and Mrs. George nephew of Mrs, Eyd'a Hizer, also IE. Hicks, formerly residents of ! of Grass Creek. j The couple was united in marriage in the St. James Episcopal church of Black Mountain, N. .'C.. on Saturday, March 5. Following a reception at the home of the bride. heir .6lst wedding anniversary at their home Tuesday. They now reside at 210$ South Miami street in South Bend. and George married on March 15, j they left for" a trip to Florida. Res- ni the parsonage of the Macy i idence will be established at Oak Christian church. Following their ge they went to Indianapolis . , where he attended Butler Univer- 1702 North street, observed their , s jty. Ridge, Tennessee, where the bridegroom is employed by the atomic 46th energy, commission. , .... T ,. . , Mrs. Koester was graduated from wedding anniversary with a | Mr. Hicks, who was born in Mi- { Wake Forest college in North Car- family dinner at their home. on.!, am j county on December 7, 1SG5. ! oiina and attended Mars Hill Jun- Sunday, March 13. Oil that same j ..„„ ,„,,„,„ _, ._ _ a graduate of Riley high school in South Bend and the Purdue Uni- date, a son, Hal James McElheny. ! and his wife, the former Leah Jane McManama. -Mso celebrated their sixth anniversary. ing graduated from high school at i ior college there. Her husband ;« • and taught two school terms ;' entering college. Mrs. j January 1, ISG-i, in ve rsity school oC chemical engi- I neering. were born to the | . . Hicks was attend- ] f \ /~ I LJ college. In 1S92 he entered j <~UlV6r AwOUple MOS school or religion and also i Anniversary Dinner '.r an . J studied law for two years under an Indianapolis judge, then was The 55th wedding anniversary of the parsonage home of the Rever[ end Mellingor, Methodist minister. Mr. McElheny was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McBlheny of Lo- graduated'from'Butle'r with a mas- ! Ml '' and Mrs ' H - *• Blair, of Culver, gansport, and his wife is the daugh- ters Degree and one year toward ! was celeDV ated Sunday with a fam- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon P. Laps i his doctorate ' " j sl - v dinner at their home, of Flora. He is an employe of .the j He and .the family then.returned l Tho co «P'e was married March to Macy where he "published the ! IS- 1S94> at tlle tt °me of the bride's Macy Monitor for a number ; of I P arent *> Jrr - and Mrs. Pete Spang- Mr. and Mrs. Isaac TV: ; Drach, of Star City, celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary on Sunday Pennsylvania railroad here. They are the parents of sons. Robert, Harold, and three i Hal years. At one time he was also | ler - at Maxinkuckee. Indiana. ddlng anniversary on Sunday with a family dinner at their home. diana University, Mrs. Ollie Davis, i bonds i Tae couple exchanged wedding vows at the home of the bride's a sis ter of Mrs. H. T. McElhenv, | Be nd •A^fia TVTV onrl AT*.c AlK^rf T.To,.^i B 1*-, r^.««*. "D««l^ TlT[-_:~ __ i, ,- v . „ , jjejiu. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harris, in Grant Park. Illionis, on March W as a gue«t 17, 1SS7, with the Reverend Eckloy officiating. Mrs. Drach was for- 1 Mr ard^Mrs Hal ' Dtvision No. 6 of the Ladies Guild of the Ninth street Christian church will meet with Mrs. CUes- . ter Miller, 1907 North street, at three, and the church -will meet at the home of family. \Mrs. C. M. Bates, route 4, at 2:30 ] o'clock Wednesday afternoon. - -•fr- A 1 o'clock luncheon .will be enjoyed by members of the Kila club on Tuesday fit the homo of Mrs. i group gang "What A Friend We Have in Jesus." - merly Miss Louelia Harris, and her husband was the son of Peter andj heny,' 1700 Michigan avenue,' were : Orla Hick= eTtW1 ^sor. Maryland married at Camp White. James, and one da'ughter, Mrs. j pastor of the Rochester- Christian I Guests at the anniversary din- Charles L. .Sehaefer. They also i church. In 190S Mr. Hicks became I ner were Ml% and ' M ' rs - Ed Shadle, have four grandsons and one! superintendent of the Northern < >*• Kewanna; Miss Helen Louise granddaughter. '] Indiana Anti-Saloon league and I Shadlo. of Indianapolis; Dick New- All of the family was present; has resided since that time in i man - ot Star cit >'-' Mr - and y ' rs for the celebration with the excep- I South Bend. i Clayton. Frick. and son, of Lake- tion of three grandsons, two of j He served as probation officer of j vi!Ie; Mrs - ^ terl « Galbreath and whom are in the armed services • the South Bend city court for four j son - Dick of Winamac. and Mr. and one who is a student at In- j years and for one year certified i and J ' rs> Harry Xees and daugh- " ' in the post office in South i ter - ot Logansport. He has been retired since ! T!le celebrants have two dau- I ghters, Mrs. Edward Shadle. of Ke- aud Mrs. Merle Galbreath, James McEl-j The couple, have four children: Jen ness f J he ^f 11 " 1 ^ mal £ le ' d W , e l!as been spent OI1 the samo farm north,! O n March 13, 1943. They have one tf Star City. Mrs. _ Drach Is seventy years of age and her husband, daughter. Karen Jean, 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, j "VV. \V. Holmes. High-street road. '"•' Study group of the Washington ;, school P-TA will convene at 1:30 •'' o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the school. Deer Creek Conservation club •will sponsor a euchre party at S o'clock. Wednesday night at the 1 club. St. Ann's study club of St. Vincent's parish Trill meet after Lenten service Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Latz, 816 Spear street. Gladys Jenkins, 601 Montgomery utreet,'will entertain the Ladies Auxiliary to Letter Carriers at her home at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. Mrs. Myra Gordon is to be in charge of the musical program. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mervin Emlcr. chairman: Mrs. Floyd Foreman. Mrs. Frank Jump. Mrs. Ger- The parable ot the prodigal son j wh ° ls sli11 engaged in farming, is eighty years old. Both are active was read by Mrs. Kepner and roll members of the Methodist church ar.cl various lodge groups, call response was from Matthew. ! They are the parents of three children: Miss Grace Erow. of Sums of money were donated to j p ]>'m°uth-; Clinton Drach, of Star City, and. Walter Drach, of Kewanna. the Red Cross" and the building I Thore are e ' eiu erandchildren and one great-grandchild. All of the fund. The Philathea benediction | faimly 1vero » resent for the celebration dinner Sunday, was repeated at the close of the meeting. ald Raver, Mrs. Blanche and Mrs. C. L,. Viney. POST-NUPTIAL SHOWER IS GIVEN FOR MRS. HAROLD HOPPER Mrs. Harold -Hopper, the former j Mrs. Allen, Mrs. A. L. Lambert, i Brown was also a prize winner. ! Marcella Duff, was honored at a j Mrs. Roy Decker, Mrs. Betty Clay- M». Si Morris, fisherman" honors. Mrs. Nolle Mrs. Charles IV. Snyder, 2501 JEast Broadway, will entertain I members of Eel township Home Refreshments were served by the ' lovely .post-nuptial shower given {ton, Mrs. Byron Davidson, hostess. I jYJtj ay even i ng: at t i, e home of j Mrs _ Jack rj e i ong . Mrs, and Socral Calendar Monday Mrs. Joral Oregon, j Arnold, and .Mrs. Lois , .... „ . j South Bead, and Elmer Hicks, of | grandchildren. | Nashville, Tennessee. Also in the | »•——- i j immediate family are five grand- ' j children and .nine great-grandchil- i idren. i of Winamac. There are also four grandchildren and two great- BOYS/GIRLS/13 to 18 7:30 p.m.—Music Booster club. Lin- \A/_lj._ r |/' / -.. 3 c-4-, 3t . \ f coin junior high school audi-j VVdlter l\Oe5ier, jr., for an •xftrnatly caused junior torium. 7:45 p.m.—Tourist club, Mrs. Ben! Long. S p.m.—Psi Iota Xi sorority, city building. S p.m.—LS to B of LF and E No. i Weds Merle Silver BAD COMPLEXION Of local interest is the announce- j ! ment of the recent marriage of j ! Miss Merle Silver of Black,Mountain, North" Caroline, and Walter —k- Some fifty-two persons attend- Economics club No. 1 at her home ] ed the story j.j our for Young Chil- at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, j tlren ]ie]d Satul .<i a y afternoon in —&— ! the public, library. Miss Ann Grace St. Veronica's study club -of i presen t e d the group of stories for St. Joseph's church will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home.of Mrs. Josephine Tanguy, 328 West Broadway. ~" the children. She- was introduced by Miss l,.ary Holmes and student of Miss Dorothy Wilson. The story hour for next, week Is Mrs, George Hopper, 2130 Wright street. Assisting the hostess were Richard Heiland, Stella Rower, Mrs. LaVon Steph- Mrs. Ruth Bowyer and Mrs. De- j e iis, Mrs. Joseph McLochlin, Mrs, Iouri3 Davidson. , Ralpll Sua f ferj M rSi rj on Thomas; The gift table was decorated Mrs. James Venice, Mrs. Don with red, white, and blue streamers i Fritts. Mrs. Floyd Baer, Mrs. Mary Koester, Jr., son of Mr., and Mrs. I Walter Koester. 202 East Dayton ! street, South. Bend. m.-D.A.V. Auxiliary Mrs.) The bridegroom is the grandson _..-. TT,....,. of the late Reverend and -Mrs. S. . and a sprinkling can .which cas- ' a ' caded . from the chandelier. Balloons,.filled with rice, were of red,' Mrs. - Mamie-Hardt, 236 Wheat- i ^ vhe in cllar S B of MIss Cal ' 01 Sue Cheerful Helpers- class of Broadway Evangelical United be enjoyed after the Brethren church will hold a meet- | meeting. ^ ing at 7:30' o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Maude Priesthoff, 321V. High street. The hostess -will be assisted by Jessie land avenue, will entertain the D. Lebo A V. Auxiliary at 8 o'clock Monday | « the night. Cards and refreshments will | Plans for a guest night were ; ..... ... ,_..__• i made at the March meeting of First Mothers Study' club which business j SI, IOOF hall. S p.m.—Blue Ball church meeting, at the church. Mrs. i S p. Mamie Tuesday 1 p. m.—Kila club, Mrs. W. W. Holmes. 1:30 p. m. — Washington P-TA Do this: Cleanse with Cuticura So.ip—it's dif- fcrsnt, medicated. Then apply Cuticura Ointroenc to help relieve externally caused piinpJes and rashes, remove blackheads. Cuticura often satisfies ivh^n others div appoint. Bay today. CUTICURA i°.?S,-s Harris, Mrs; Margaret Wally, and study group, at the school. Margaret Tinkle. Mrs. Norma Judy, Mrs. Mitty placed In orated to scheme. 2 p. m.—Walton Literary clu.b, Mrs. Ervan Grove. m.—Mezpah lodge No. 26, white, and blue and the gifts were i Minnick, Mrs. Princess Abshire, " T "" J '" a clothes basket dec- j jiiss Margaret Gaumer, and Mrs. i L. A. to B. of R. T., I.O.O.F. hall, carry out the color \ Francis Vernou, all ot Logausport. | 2:15 p. ra.—Eel township Home ! Mrs. Stella Swayze'e, Royal Cen- j Economics club No. 2, Mrs. Gladys Contests and rhymes of fun were! ter; Miss Ruth. Bridge, Mrs. Lois Pufahl. played during the evening with j Erb, and Mrs. Hattie Hsiny, all of! 7:30 p. m.—Gamma Nu sorority, met with Mrs. Robert David. 2523 Adair. An auction sale place r,t the meeting-, will take Excel club will meet with Marie Kimner, who resides at ' Nineteenth and Broadway, at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening with j Carrie Clayton as assistant hostess. prizes going to Mrs. Frances ! idaville; Miss Hazel Cline of Cam- i Mary Beck.. „,„""., , v T> I \or*h street Th« nrncrar,- i< tn ' ?n° Cke ^'- '""' Alm ' a Calandra ' i den; Miss Doris Spangler of Cam. 1 7:30 p. m.-Ducret Guild of Cal- Dorcas Guild- sodety ot the Roy-, Noi.h^street. The progran. is to, Mlss . Grace SimpB011i and JIrs . | . N Presbyterian church, at the al Centre Baptist church will meet j b March 25 at the home of Mrs. BIanc i le Baer. The winners pre- j tnckv . «., Credfi O w en . 'Indian- church. at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday after- i Clay Morris. noon at the'home of Mrs. Wealthie | Mrs. Bryce Fitzgerald presented Ada ! a paper on "Show Them A Good | Time" and. Miss Dorothy Wilson Berkshire, assisted by Mrs. Dunn and Mrs, Marie Baer. • Devotions will be led by Mrs. | gave a sliort talk on the Red Cross. Georgie Martin and tucky; Mrs. Crede Owen, "Indian- sented their prizes to the guest of j apo] ;. Mrg , Ferol B ussert, Amboy; honor. Refreshments of cakes, church. 7:30 p. m. -P-TA organization : and Mrs. lce ; Gary. Clement Sampson of j meeting,, at Metea school. served. The following guests were Bend' Mrs, Pearl | Members of the club donated to j invited: Mrs. Harry Hopper, Mrs. [ that organization, - Raymond Sa'inpson, Miss Jean I Hoffman is to be in charge of the All membera are urged to attend, paper, refreshments were served j Mrs.'pearl Hinkle, Mrs. Joseph Ca! by the hostess and lier assitant, j landra,' and Mm. Herbert Crockett. cream, mixed^nuts and coffee were j M '- s . Kenneth 1 Qibsou of .South " '" " " '" " " Mrs.-G. L. Duff, Lombard, Duff, Blanche Duff Mrs Dorothy " Following, the discussion of the Sampson, Miss Grace 'Sampson, j TCim'nlin ATiss Toseninne" Walker A large number of members of the Broadway Builders class lor dinner Sunday .following 1 •worship service. Mr. and ! James Brown and Mr. and Members of the Philathea class i >irs, Thomas Morris. met!.of the First Baptist church of Gal- I the | veston met Friday afternoon with j Miss Beatrice McBride, Miss Mrs. Mrs. Cora Kepner as hostess ant! Mrs. Mrs. William H, Sprinkle assisting, John Gillum composed the commit- | Mrs. -Pearl Harlan, president, tee in charge. i opened the meeting and Mrs. Kuox The scripture was read by Miss [ was in charge or devotions. Mrs. Shirley Gillum and prayer was of-1 Lowry . A family reunion for the first time in six years was held Sunday at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Murphy, 1209 .North street. Those present included a son, Laurel, of Castle Heights Military Mrs. Mildred Rowland, all of Mt, Sterling, Kentucky. Mrs. Fanny. Gilbert and Miss Whitaker, Hardburly, Kentucky; j Miss Norma Vermillion, Tribbey, I Kentucky, and Mr,;. Mabel Lutes, j Conncrsville, indiana. NYLON SWEATERS Knit cream, jade, white, yellow, blue and pink. Sizes 34 to 40 . 326 East Broadway Norma Hawk, Miss Terry Bowen, | Pauline Gilbert, Darfolk, Ken- Mrs, lona Conrad, Mrs; Roy Smith, i tucky . Mrs- Wanda j_ A1Ienj Mrg _ i • i in... i • . ' Lucinda Fugate, and Mrs. Leuora played the piano as tlie ! Academy at Lebanon. Tennessee; _..-__ i WAC Sgt Anna .Margaret Murphy, j I who has Just returned after two j and one-hal* years of service In { Germany, and two sons, Joe, of Kokomo, and George Calvin, of Columbus, Indiana. ALL DURING LENT at "The Church of the Lutheran Hour" Special Lenten Services Every Wednesday Evening at 7:30 p. m. Divine Worship Sundays at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday Evening Sermon Topic: "THE PRICE OF ATONEMENT", Heb. 2:14-18 Sunday's Sermon Topic "Walk As Children Arc of Light", Eph. 5,1-9 BEV. B. F. SCHUMACHER, Pastor ST. JAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH Ninth and Spear St. GO/ New Treatment Gets Real Results StJoseph IS ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST Don't let your child iiiffor tbo torment of Pin- Wo.-mi! Get J.yrn'i P-W V.rmHue*. P-W'i vital iogrediant IB • medically-approVBd druff that icIentificaUy deatroys Pin-Worma and 'removoa them .from the body. : So' watch for th« TTBrnlcK; algnj In your family, especially thaembarrualnx roctil itch. Then ask your dru|(fiit for P-W, the amall, «aay-to-tako tableta perfected by the famoua., Jayno .Co., apocfaliata in worm rernediea for ov»r 100 years. Dntroy those Pin-Womu... relievo that itch. ' Ji/il Rimambiri P-W $ for Wn-Wwrnil NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ,. Special Oil |.95 Permanent I LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP Over Bailey's - 5th and Bdwy. 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