Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 21, 1949 · Page 5
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Wednesday Eve., Sept. 21,1949 Rochester Members of the Jane Line class j of the Baptist Sunday school -were entertained Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. F. W. Coon, 916 Fulton avenue. Assistant hostesses •were Mrs. AValter Overmycr and Mrs. Earl Quick. Mrs. Joshua Btacketor gave the devotions and Miss Elfrieda Kretzman was the guest speaker. Retreshments were •erred during the social hour. i A meeting of the Band Parents club was held Monday evening in the library of the high school, at •which time officers for the coming year -were elected, airs. Victor Smith -was chosen as the new president, Mrs. Ed Boswell as vice-president, Mrs. Kise Clinton as secretary, and Ralph Crlssinper, treasurer. Mrs. Smith succeeds -Mrs. Clarence Shultz. Plans were made for the annual fall festival and Tarious committees were appointed. The festival will be held some time In October, the date to be announced later. . Mrs. Lulu Piper is spending some time in Plymouth with her daughter. Mrs. Donald Terry, and family. The annual officers' tea of the "Woman's club -will-be held Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Clarence Hill on North Fulton avenue. . A class of candidates were initiated Into the Eastern Star chapter at the regular meeting held Monday evening in the Masonic Temple. At the close of chapter there •was * social hour during which time refreshments were served. James Holloway was moved on Tuesday by the Foster ambulance from "W'oodlawn hospital to his home at Mentone. Mr. Holloway is recoverying from an emergency appendectomy which he. underwent a •week ago. Family night parties are being planned by the congregation of the ' Baptist church, the first to be held on the evening of Sept. 29. A covered dish supper will be served at • :30. followed by a program with the Rev. M. L. Robinson, Logansport, as guest speaker. Similar leatherings will be held monthly tbronshout the winter. Members of the Radio club were pleasantly entertained Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ed Hagan. southeast of the city, with Mrs. Ruby Goodrich and Mrs. Cora Deeds as co-hostesses. Friendship •verses were given in response to roll call and prizes in contests went to Mrs. Ray Shclton. Mrs. Ed Leman and Mrs. Earl Wynn. James Henriott, John Yike and . Gene PlcVens have enrolled in the Indiana State Teachers college In Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Stewart, Decatur, Indiana, are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday in a hospital in that city. Mrs. Stewart Is the former Madge Gaumer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gaumer, west of the city. The Eagles Lodge Is sponsoring • Teen-Age dance Friday evening Sept. 23 In the Eagles Ball room. All Teen-Agers of the community are invited. Miss Martha Cantwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Acord Cantwell, has enrolled in Indiana University. She is a-graduate of the local high school in the 1949 class, j Since graduation Miss Cantwell j has been employed in Indianapolis, j Marriage licenses were issued j here Tuesday to Choice Allen Mil- j ler, 117 East 14th St., an employee ! of Stewart's Bakery, and Anna Mae ! Gregory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Gregory, 301 Indiana avenue; Jim Reffert. son of, Mr. and Mra. Whftten Reffert, R. R. 1, Ke wanna, and Emmagene D. Dawald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dawald, R. R. 1, Macy, a music teacher. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Herbster have returned from Earlton, N. J., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Charles DeGraw and family. They also visited in Lewiston, Pa., enroute home. Miss Jean Gerrick was moved Tuesday from AVoodlawn hospital to the home of her parents near Denver in the Zimmerman Bros- ambulance. Miss Gerrick is recovering satisfactorily from surgery which she underwent two weeks ago. Clarence Hipsher, r_ogansport, second district commander of the \ American Legion, was the guest speaker at the local Post meeting held Monday evening in the Legion Home. Hipsher spoke on hospitalization and rehabilitation for veterans. V. A, Kranz, Walton, second district adjutant, who was also present gave a short talk. During a business meeting Hal Halstead was elected trustee to serve out the unexpired term of Fred Hodel. Herbert Zimmermen was named chairman of the membership committee for the coming year, taking the place of Mr. Halstead who asked to be relieved of the committee chairmanship after being named trustee. Air. and Mrs. William Lawson, Macy, are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday in Woodlawn hospital. Peyton Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morris, entertained with his accordion. Tuesday evening, at the Lion's Club meeting in the Hawkln's Cafe. A motion to dismiss was filed in circuit court. Tuesday, by the plaintiffs in the complaint for money had and received brought by Donald Scott et al against George D. Haag and others. Basis of the suit was the sale of a grocery store in Fulton several years ago. » Mrs. L. K. Hunt has resigned her position in the Crownover Jewelry store and has joined her husband in Chicago to make their future home. Approximately 350 attended the Democratic party meeting held Monday evening at the Rochester Country Club. Charles Fleming, Indianapolis, Indiana Secretary of State, was guest speaker. Guests j were also present from Cass, Mi- I ami, Starke, Pulaski and Koscius- ko counties. William Deniston,! i county chairman, presided and in- : troduced Mr. Fleming aad the; guests. Several other prominent' Democrat officers from northern j Indiana spoke. I A shipment of large mouth bass j minnows from the state hatchery j at Lake Wawasee were placed in ; Lake Bruce, Kings, Fletcher, Ny- j ona. South Mud, Rock and Mani- i tou lakes, Tuesday, by members i of conservation clubs, assisted by I Game Warden Kenneth Watklns. r A shipment of pan fish from the i Lake Wawasee state hatchery will | arrive in two weeks according to j Watkins. ! Mrs. Robert Morton. Warsaw, is I visiting her mother, Mrs. Elsie Day.! Admissions to Woodlawn hos- j pital include Ronald Couffman, j Clay pool; Miss Donna Perdue, 500 j East 14th St.; Mrs. Claude Alspach, R. R. 1, Rochester, and Mrs. John Thompson, Roann. Dismissals include the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Goss, Athens, born Aug. 21, and the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Reed, Akron, born Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde J. Priest, Detroit, are the guests of friends in this city. The local fire department answered a call at 8:45. Monday night to extinguish an unusual fire a large tree in the Citizens cemetery. After investigation firemen learned the tree contained a deposit of honey and that some one attempting to get the honey had started a fire to smoke out the bees, and the tree was ignited. Officials of the Standard Oil Co., the Indiana State Highway Commission and three members of the City council held a meeting here Tuesday with Mayor Clarence Hill. The meeting was in regards to the proposed building of a new service station by the oil company on their lot at the corner of Ninth and Madison. Point of argument was the removal of large maple trees along the two streets. The state highway commission representative indicated lie was opposed to the cutting o£ the trees along Ninth St. and Mayor Hill stated that permission to cut the trees along Madison would .have to be secured from the city council. Delphi Mrs. W. C. Smock was h ostess to members of the Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa at a pretty party on Tuesday evening of last week. During the business session all the officers were re-elected. They are: Miss Edna Kirkpatrick, president; Mrs. Havry Roach, vice president; Mrs. H. L. Sieber, recording secretary; Mrs. Watson McCormick, corresponding secretary; and Miss Ruth McCormick, treasurer. .. Plans lor the coming year were discussed. During the social hour date pudding, whipped cream and coffee were served. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Millard Quinn and Mrs. Ada Roach. The next meeting will be held at the home.of Miss Edna Kirkpatrick. Martha L. Williams has filed suit for divorce against Edward Williams:- She asks custody for three minor children and support money. David R. Baum is her attorney. Marriage licenses have been issued here to Harold E. Taylor of Tucson, Arizona and Susan Louise Blue, daughter of Mrs. Florence Gutlu-ie Blue of route 1, Flora, and to Neil Schmidt of Bluffton. Ohio and Rosemary Wells of Lafayette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gosma of Brookston rural route. Roy Rodenbei-ger has filed a complaint on account against Wilford Hufty. George Obear has entered his appearance tor the dei fendant Hauna & Hanna are attorneys for the plaintiff. Elbert Brewer of Burrows has entered Billings Veterans' hospital at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George Rose and Misses Martha and Rebecca Rose of Washington, D. C.. called on "their aunt, Mrs. Joseph Sims at the home of Mrs. Harvey Elles here Friday. They were accompan- ied to Delphi by their cousin, Mrs. A. C. Clauser, daughter of Mrs. Sims. _. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Robert VanNatta received word Saturday of the tragic death o£ his cousin, Miss Priscilla Hunt, daughter o£ Mr. and I Mrs. Leigh HunX of Ft. Wayne. ! Miss Hunt was enroute to Bryn Mawr college when she lost control of her new car near Pittsburgh, Pa. Her body was found in the wreckage of the car. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Van Lewis of Delphi at the Home hospital on September 19. Jean Brehmer has returned home from the St. Elizabeth hospital. Mi lard Leo Pearson has been dismissed from the St. Elizabeth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Patrick will attend a district meeting for funeral directors at the Sportsman hotel on T-^ke Freeman next Tuesday. Mrs. F. S. Evaus of Sedro-Woolley, Washington came Monday for an indefinite visit with her mother, Mrs. George Garrison. Among those from Delphi who will attend the Carroll County Federation of Clubs council meeting at the home of Mrs. John Oaks in Flora Thursday afternoon will he Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. Edgar Stuntz. Mrs. George Wagoner. Mrs. B. B. Mayhill and Mrs. L H. Smith. Raleigh C. Bailey Named Masonic Head Raleigh C. Bailey was elected illustrious master of Logansport Council No. 11, R. and S.M., during a stated meeting Monday night. He succeeds Harold E. Cook. Owen L. Shanteau and Clyde E. Hahn were chosen principal con- Cogonsport Pharos-Tribune 5 [ ductor of work and deputy master, respectively. These three men compose the board of trustees. j Others named to offices were | Kirk Wells, treasurer, aad Everett j Pontious, recorder. Appointive of- j ficers including captain of the I guard, conductor of the council. | steward sentinel and chaplain will be named by Bailey. Joint installation services with the Logan Chapter No. 2, RAM, will be held Sept. 29 with the public invited. A covered dish supper will begin the program of the evening at 6:30 p. m. Personals Kenneth W. Overmyer. son of the Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Overmyer, of Idaville. has enrolled as a student at Taylor. University. He will bo a freshman. Plan To Kcmodel Apnrtment An application for a building permit to remodel an upstairs apartment at 3133 North Pennsylvania avenue was filed Tuesday with the city clerk. Coast of the project will be $500. St. Joseph Aspirin is so pure. 12 tablets lOe; 100 tablet! only 45c. Why pay more. or ever accept less than the St. Jouph guarantee of "Aspirin at its best." 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