Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 21, 1949 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 21, 1949
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6 Logonsport Pharos-Tribune ~ AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE IS YEAR'S THEME FOR MENTAL CULTURE CLUB "The American "Way of Life has been chosen as the theme for the year's activities of the Mental Culture club, according to the president, Mrs. Adah Hedrick, president, who announced the complete program of the group. The opening meeting of the season will take place Thursday afternoon. October 6, at the home of Mrs. Hedrick, 1504 High street, ' with a 1 o'clock dessert luncheon honoring past presidents of the club. Highlight of the afternoon program will be an "Autumn Musical" presented by Mrs. Blanch Huff• man, vocalist, accompanied at the piano ty Mrs.- Mvra Gordon. Members will respond to. roll • call by telling "What Our Club Means to Me." Officers 'of the •Jnb are to assist the hostess. The program committee for the year included the officers who are Mrs. Hedrick, Mrs. Clara Kirkpatrick. vice-president; Mrs. Dor- otny Newer, secretary; Mrs. Myra Gordon, treasurer; Mr* Jessie Hervey, press reporter, and Mrs. •- —Augusta Schwerdman, critic. Stressing the political phase, the October 20 meeting will feature A discussion on "Women's ; -•- Rights under the Community _,./ Property Plan" by Mrs. Tviae An... -, derson, and on "The Marshall .. Plan" by Clara Price. Ada Wells and Nellie Alfrey are to be host- — • - esses and response to roll call •will be-current events. Mrs. Gol;,:.. die Chase will be in charge of music and Mrs. Florence Freehafer •will give the closing poem. " Xrligloa!i Program L _- 1 .. ; : A religious program is planned ^~~, for November 3 with Glen Fairman and Jeanne Fairman as host; esses. Following roll call with the response of a Bible verse, Mrs. Jessie Hervey will speak on «-..- "Great Prayers ot the Bible." Mrs. - • Sarah Hay will discuss "Federat- U^;;;:«(l Council of Churches at Amsterdam." Hymns lor the program i ;. will be under the direction o£ Ha- •;-~-zel Small, and Jennie Strantz will _j.;" have the closing poem. ._ ,.. Topics on "Modern Medicine and •**"• ' Surgery" and "Woman's Activi- . ,-~ ties in the Red Cross" presented "" " by Mary Donohue and Olena Rodgers, respectively, will carry out •;.;.;. the theme of health for the meet— •-' ing November 17. Mrs. Florence Freehafer is to be in charge of music with the closing poem given by Lillian White. Roll call response will be "I Give Thanks For:". Hostesses for the meeting will be Hazel Small and Carol Howland. Dramatic Day will be held December 1 when Goldie Chase and | Hazel Biggs serve as hostesses, j Roll call response will be a quota- t;_^_tion from favorite author. Bess I i J' ^ Hyers will present "A Short His- j *-'.?•". tory of the Drama" and a playlet , _•.•;'entitled "Sense and Nonsense"] will be given by Mrs. Katherine Butts, Mrs- Goldie Shedron, Mrs. Hilda Rhudcr. Mrs. Dorothy Newer, and Mrs. Ada Wells. Julia Stewart will present the closing poem. v Mrs. Mayme Castle, will be hostess for the Christmas party December 15. Mrs. ^Margaret Drompp and Lena Easterday' will be on the social committee and Thelma Reeder and Julia Stewart will be In charge of the program. Harriet Shideler Is to give 'the closing- prayer and members will respond to roll call'with a thought for Christmas clay. Cooperative Luncheon A cooperative luncheon._will be held January 5 with Bertha Thompson as hostess. Election of , offlcers : will highlight the business meeting: and a guest speaker will discuss "Sta'te Legislative Measures of 1D49." Hazel Biggs . . will present the closing poem and response to roll call will be a ^ r ew Tear's greeting. Members of the luncheon committee are to •'•" be FranVie Kinneman. Jennie Strantz, Lillian- White and Emma Banta. . " "" A talk en "American Antique Glass" will be presented at the January 19 meeting when hobbies, heirlooms, and keepsakes will be featured. Bess Hyers and Eva Grauel are to be hostesses and - -members will respond to roll calf with "Among My Souvenirs." Grace Enoch will give the closing poem. Mrs. Myra Gordon will be host- »ss for a meeting February second when the program topic will be literature. Valentine greetings will be given in response to roll call. Goldie Shedron will present a : '•" cook review and Clara Price'will give the closing poem. Katherine ..; Butts and Clara Kirkpatriclc are to be in charge of entertainment. A patriotic theme will prevail at .... the February 16 meeting when «: Olca Koffel will entertain as host-"- ess. Patriotic quotations will be "—given as response to roll call and Mrs. Hilda Rhodes will speak on "Music George Washington Knew." "The Perfect Tribute" will be given by Mrs. Lucretia Whitmeyer and Carol Howland is to have the closing prayer. Music for the program will be directed by Lena Easterday. Plan Art l)av Art Day will be observed March .,2 at the Yfl'CA with Clara Kirk- ^patrick and Mary Donahue as hostesses. A local artists' display will be featured. In keeping with the theme, response to roll call will be famous artists and paintings. "Modern American Art" will be presented by a guest speaker and Nellie Alfrey will speak on "Famous Statues of Indiana." Music for the day will be in "charge »f Mrs. Hazel Small and 3Irs. Dr. Mae Hunt will have the -" _ closing poem. Mae Anderson and : Clara Price are to be on the social committee. Guests will be entertained March | 1C with the introduction of guests i made during roll call. A book re- I view is to be the highlight of the program. Music for the day will bs in charge of Mildred AVeymer, Myra Gordon, Goldie Chase, Florence Freehafer, Hazel Small, and Lena Easterday. Hostesses will be Mrs. Glen Fairman and Mrs. Ross Dakin, social committee,-and Mrs. Myrtle Castle and Mrs. Ella O'Xeil], program committee. An Easter theme will prevail when the club meets April 6 at the YWCA. Mildred Weymer will, serve as hostess and will be in charge of the - musical program. Members will respond to. roll call with great composers and compositions and Mrs. Ella O'Neill will have the closing poem. Blanch Fergus and Augusta Sch- werdman will be hostesses for the meeting April 20 at the YWCA when photography will be the program highlight. Response to roll call wiir be "My Favorite Photograph" and an illustrated lecture is to be presented. Lucretia Whitmeyer will give the closing peeni. Stress £<luc:U.fon "New Trends in Education" will be the topic discussed by Florence Freehafer at the meeting May 4. Jeanne Fairman will speak to the group on "Student Exchange, United States and Latin America." Frankie Kinneman is to give the closing poem and response to roll call will be bright sayings of children. Mrs. Rose Dakin and Mrs. Julia Stewart will be hostesses. The final meeting of the year will be a "year end" party at Dykeman park, when response to roll call will be summer's plans. The committee on arrangements is to be composed of Mrs. Hazel Biggs, Mrs. Eva Grauel, Mrs. 'Jessie Gremelspacher, Mrs. Ells' O'Neil!, Mrs. Grace Enoch, and Mrs. Etta Conwell. Entertainment will be directed by Mrs. Thelma Reeder and Mrs. Ada Wells. with a >>ib?e verse from the bo.1; of Job. Marie Hubentlial is to have charge of devotions and Wilda Rodgers will cive the topic. c- Sucietv Friendly Class of Metea Baptist church held its annual hamburger fry at Dykeman pa2-k Monday evening with forty-t'.vo persons present. The Rev. Harry Rea offered prayer before the evening meal. The business session was conducted by Wallace Crain who opened the meeting with prayer, followed by the hymn "Break Thou the Bread of Life." Margaret Yantis led the devotional period. New officers were elected as follows: Esther Ulerick, president; Illie Neff, vice-president; I Susie Powers, secretary; Albert ' Shoup, treasurer; Evelyn Johnson, j pianist; Clu. otte Early, chorister, and Olive Manning, reporter. ! Mrs. Gertrude Doud, class j teacher, offered the closing pray- ' er. The committee in charge ^as j Gladys Shoup, Illie Neff, and Ev- ! elyn Johnson. j * * • Circle No. 2 of St. James Luth- i eran church will be entertained i at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon with j Mrs. Anna Watts, 1402 Clifton : avenue. • i Third Mothers Study club will hold' its first meeting of the new i season when a party honoring j past presidents is held Friday, September 2", at the home of Mrs. Florence Freehafer, 1130 High street, at S o'clock in the evening. Assisting the hostess will be Mrs. Byrlene Bums, progr m chairman, and the club officers, Mrs. Doris Simi son, president; Mrs. Flora Jane Stewart, vice- president; Mrs. Mildred Kitchell, secretary; Mrs. Lucille Crook, treasurer; Mrs. Faye Johnson, reporter, .,nd Mrs. Evelyn Wolf, parliamentarian. Disabled American Veterans j / uxilia-y held a meeting Monday I evening at ,. c home of Mrs. Mamie Hardt. ::6 Wheatland avenue, with Mrs. Nedra Smith present as a guest. A handkerchief shower was held in ;ervance oj the birthday of Goldie Sauers. Dortha Andrews -. as initiate, at the session and was elected senior vice-commander. v . Several members plan to at- tend the northern district meeting i in October at South Bend i Betty Patton, 1429 Usher •• street, j will be hostess for the next meet- I ing. . | —ft— ' Study and Service Guild of Bethlehem. Presbyterian church will convene a 1 2 o'clock Thu.-alay afternoon will Edna Williamson. Members are to answer roll call Mrs. Geoi j Muehlhausen will show pictures of Mexico and the Southwest at a meeting of Hie Young America Order of Eastern Star at S : 30 o'cloc".. Thursday evening. — &— The tenth anniversary o° the National Democratic Won:^.i will be ot er»'ed with a luncheon and afternoon meeting at the Claypool hotel in Indianapolis Monday, September 26. 12 noon. Arrangements are being made for local women to make the trip by chartered bus- Those interested in making res- Wednesday Eve.. Sept. 21, 1949 ervatioiis may contact Mrs. Shucv, 40779 or Mrs. Olson. 4590, or may leave them ;.t the licsuse bureau until noon Saturday. Reservations will als. be taken at Democratic he;;_:j":u-.ers Saturday afternoon aud evening. __,A, *-£^"^ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wise]ey and family had as supper guests recently Mr:. Jessie Peacock. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Saudb?;,; and son. Mr. und Mrs. Chester .loir .on, ot Loganaport. Esther Johnson. o£ Logansport, and *'ed, Mabel, Melv-'n, Arthur, Harold, and Pete Johnscn. The supper honored Mrs. Jessie Peacock who is leaving Septem- bc. 29 r Ens-laud. Clara Ann's Fine Hats J Personals Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeFord, of Logansport route six, are the parents of a baby daughter. Koleen Kay, born September 15, the birthday of the grandmother, Mrs. Fern DeFord, 306% Fourth street. HILL'S BAKED HAMS Baked Beans and Genuine Smoked Ham Salmi Phone Your Orrfcrs ftlnl 3S30 Handbags Costume Jewelry •Qua.lity Correctly Priced CLARA ANN'S Millinery 325 Fourth SPECIAL PRICES ON MAPLE BEDROOM PIECES 20% Discount On Crawford solid mapl«-op»n stock-Four, Five and Nine drawer Chests-Four Five and Seven Drawer Vanities-Big Three Drawer Dre.sers-with Mirror. Full size or Twin Beds. Nite Tables and Vanity Benches-all Solid Hard Rock Mpal. with Hand Rubbed Finish-finest construction. Pick out a complete Suite or on* or two pieces to match what you have. 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