Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 14, 1949 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, March 14, 1949
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Monday Eve., March 14, 1949 Culver y.r. and Mrs. Frank Hendrlckson of Kcwanna and Mr, and Mrs. ! Charles G. Miller of Rochester j •were in Hammond this week visit-! ing Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Miller and | family. I A surprise birthday party was i Riven for Mrs. Dick Garner at her home Monday evening-. Those present besides Mr. and Mrs. Garner tvcre Mr. and Mrs, Roy Dcckard, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Oeckarci and | son, Mr. and Mrs. C'b'de Garner, I Mr, and Mrs. Leslie House and Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnston nnd son of North Manchester are quests in the home of his parents, | Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. Johnston, j Howard recently received his A.B. j degree from North Manchester college. Miss 'Catherine Dwyer. left "Wednesday £or Columbus. Ohio, j to visit her sister, Mrs. Patrick j KIrwin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins were called'to Mlltord. Illinois, last •week due to the death o£ her brother, Harry Holmes. The Methodist 'SV.s.C.S. root Thursday, March 10, in the church annex with the Gold Diggers group as hostesses. Mrs, Harold Hyatt, who is chairman of the group, gave the devotional. The lesson was given by Rev. W. C. Evers. Mrs. Edna Zellers spent several days this week in South Bend with her son "WHiner Zellers and family. Belteve/torJVW/ OPTICAL ILLUSON KIRK Vid-oi-fa.B.C. CAN BALAKCE OF HIS HEAP FOR LENGTH OFTIfrtE (0 US TOM • oe LOOKOUT MOUNTAN-Chittaiwja.Tenn. •cfif DRIMKSONLYFROMflFMCEr ty annual • Christmas.;-, seal •. sale will be made and .officers elected., . '. A'-divorce iias.'; Keen Vgranted to Mrs, Margaret.,Rusk .Graham' from John S; 'Graham'in- Tlppecano'e Superior court at'Lafayette'. She was awarded custody "of 'a" minor son. I David. R. Baum-•.'represented '-the .plaintiff, who formerly -resided'In -Delphi..-. • .-;.-' ; .. •'•:'"' v ... Dr- and Mrs.:. George, i.W.agoner. are vacationing. In'Florida for a low weeks. ...,- ..... Mrs. G, A. Shaffer will, entertain at a luncheon Wednesday.noon.in compliment to ',' Miss.' Josephine 'Ode'll. a'forrner Loganaport'-teach- er. A marriage license has been issued . here to Paul jMIchael'. and Madge Frieriaood. of-Peru. . Mrs.' Harry Roach was hostess to the Associate • Chapter ot Tri Kappa-Tuesday', evening. Mrs. W, W. Gochenour was tlie assistant hostess. Following-a business ses- ion refreshments were served. Mrs. John T.' Kirkpatrlch was honored on her birthday. recently when-Mrs.' Charles Fulnier' and Mrs.. Harry- KJrby .entertained ;wenty guests' in'her honor at the r-ulraer home. The Del'phl ;Moose -Lodge will celebrate..." Its second, anniversary with -a. floor show Tuesday evening, -March 15. . ... .. . .- 'Jifrv'a.nd Mrs..Erlgar Stuntz -w'ni entertain' the" Oracle".,club at the •Delphi co.untry club on .Monday evening, March .14V Logansport Pharos-Tribune 11 are the parents of a son - born Mrs. Edna Calvin went to South March 2 in Kelly hospital in Argos. Bend Tuesday to spend several Wagoner, operator of days helping care for her grand- | Jack , g Tox! sM h business , to son. Jerry Joe Kimble, wuo is ill i with measles. Mr. and Mrs. Willdy Kingery of Lowell were guests this week in the P. J. Kingery home. Mrs. Scott Truitt of Los Angeles, Calif., is spending two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, | Henry Hinkle and Dan "VVeirick. Gen. L. R. Gignilliat, who has been ill for the past four years, was taken from Fort Worth, Texas, to Walter Reed hospital, in Washington, D. C., last week. He was accompanied by Mrs. Gignilliait Alferd Ley, while her husband, Mr. | an d their son, Leigh, of Chicago. Truitt, is spending two weeks In j He was reported to be slightly ira- his Indianapolis on business for company. He will spend the weck- tnds In the Ley home. proved. Dcane E. Walker will assume his duties as new State Superintendent visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Sims. . . Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Crabb .of Argos were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs, L. A. Crabb. Mrs. Donald Reed . and. Martha Ann Mawhorter spent Tuesday.in LaPorte. Delphi Miss Audrey Oherlin entertained i of Public Instruction Tuesday the members of the Trumping Ace morning, March 15. as the Slate- club Monday evening with bridge [ house in Indianapolis, at two tables. "Prizes were won by Fire damaged the roof of the Miss Barbara Snyder. Mrs. Ray- Hervey McGowan home recently, mond Mannls, Jr., and Mrs. Twin j The blaze was believed to have Hatten. i started from a chimney, Robert Kurtz celebrated his | adiS,:(3"-M fourteenth birthday Saturday eve-! Mrs. Ira Faulkner spent several ning at a chill supper given by Mrs. C. L. Shively in his honor. Members of his Eoy Scout troop nnd'the scoutmaster, Jack Anderson, were guests. Miss Mary Alico Henderson and days with her father who is ill at Marlon. Andrew Rex of East Chicago was a guest of Sam Schrimscher and family. Mrs. Lulu Altum of Logansport Robert David Hassett were married j spent a few days with Mr. and March 5 in the Memorial building - »s, Joe Boestma and her brother, at the academy. ! Leo Warren, and Mrs. Warren. The King's Daughters' class ot' Mrs. Cecil Asper of Detroit, the Evangelical United Brethren i Michigan, visited with Mrs. H. H. church met Friday with Mrs. Xora ; Tallman. Mrs. Robert Pearson, president of the newly organized Woman's Christian Temperance Union here has announced a meeting for Tuesday night, March 15, at 7:30 o'clock. Other officers are Mrs. Lloyd Shaffer, secretary and Mrs. Frank Wilcox, treasurer. All who are Interested are urged to attend. The Easter cantata, "Christ -.Is j Risen" will be . presented at an j Easter Dawn service at tlie Delphi | Presbyterian church under tlie di- j rection of Mrs. Howard Bradsliaw. j No dawn service will be 'held at the Methodist church this year. Mrs. Gillie Arnott is at the St. Elizabeth hospital for observation and treatment. The Harry Bohannon Post Amer-1 lean Legion and the Auxiliary will celebrate their anniversary with, a cooperative supper at the Legion Home Thursday evening, March j 17, at 6:30.'Ti!ntertainment will be! Burlington The Burlington .Home EC - club i ivill meet 'at. l:45'.o'clock' Tuesday I aftQTnoon; at'the'home ot Mrs. Carl j Shanks. Mrs, George '.Button and i Mrs. .Samuel Davis will- assist the ! hostess'."- The pr.bjec't "lesson will .be .! on "Stretching the' -Family Ini come,"-.Mrs, Bsta Huffer .will give the devotions.-'.. -A" prize' will be awarded. f° r a c lub motto. Mrs. Clark Metsger will preside over the business session. ' ' ; • .The 0:E.S, held, an .election of officers Thursday evening. Officer's elected,were Mrs. Helen'Lang- ston, worthy matron; -Marlon Langston, worthy patron; Miss Wilma-; Parker, associate matron; 'Carl Flora, associate patron; Mrs. Vera Gilbert, secretary: Mrs. Beryle 'Towe. treasurer; : Mrs. Josephine Moore, conductress, and Mrs. Martha Bozwortb, associate conductress. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore have moved to the Clifford Cleaver farm, j Read the Classified Ads Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Condon-.and | furnished during the evening. Mrs. Dorothv Buschman, state Wells. - The Golden Rule class ot the j family attended the funeral of the E.U.B. church met Thursday eve-1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oakley ' Social ^Hygiene Representative! ning at the church with Mrs. Wil-jjn South Bond recently. wlll ; be tho guest speaker at the i liam Easterday. Mrs. Edgar Feni-i Mrs. Ira McLane visited Mrs. W/j annual meeting and banquet for | more and Mrs. Laura Faulkner I p. Kennedy and son in Logansport. i the Tuberculosis Association Wed-; served as hostesses. 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