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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 4, 1949
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logompeft Phoros-Tribune MARRIED SIXTY-TWO YEARS No specie! celebration of their 62nd wedding anniversary is planned tr Mr. and Mre. William Heppe, of West Cliff drive, who will spend the day quietly at home. The couple exchanged wedding vow* October 4, 1887, in the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Leah, which is now the site of the state hospital. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Frederik William Heppe. At the time of his marriage, Mr. Heppe manufactured soap in business with his father. He now operates a hide and waste materials business with his sons Walter, 2512 East Broadway, and Harry, 271!) East Broadway. The couple also has three daughters. Mrs. Maxwell Blick, of Atlanta, Georgia; Mrs. C. G. Pardee. Floral Park, Long Island, and Mrs. George Carew, 319 West Linden avenue. In the immediate family are seven grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. Both Mr. and Mrs. Heppe enjoy very good health. He goes each day to work and Mrs. Heppe. does her own housework. Tuesday Evening. Oct. 4. 1949 MARK 52ND ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY St. James Lutheran Sewing j the Mental Culture club, at a des- Circle will convene in the .parish hall at 2 o'clock Thursday after- sert luncheon at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The program will noon. Hostesses will be Mrs- W. C. | follow the luncheon. ]Moesta, Mrs. John Schaefer, Mrs. I Charles Rosentrader, and Fred Schmidt. Pafcc club members entertained their husbacds at the annual tried chicken supper held in Dykeman park. Games were enjoyed and prizes were won by Mrs. Charles Hopkins, Mrs. Bert Growe, Mrs. "Will Koch, Elmer Girton, and Earl Little. King's Daughters class of the Baptist Temple will meet at the Mrs. Pocahontas .lodge wilt hold its j card party ct 8 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of Maybelle Hi Tri Initiates ] Will Be Inducted : Wednesday Evening Seventy-five new members of Hi Tri will be initiated during formal ceremonies to be conducted Wednesday evening in the high school i auditorium. j The group earlier were initiated I informally when they wore sun I glasses, hair in nigtails, short | skirts, long stockings, and carried dolls. New members include: Cathie Galiaher. Donna Damm, Shirley Stout, Rheta Snyder Leah Helton, Suzette Acmy. Beverly Homey, Shirley Haley, Shirley Key, Phillis Hufford, Gail Cunningham, Carol Rhinehart, Emily Heckard, and Billie Snider. Dixie Soncarty, Lucy Patesel, i Barbara White, Anita Bleiler, Pat- j ty Williams, Jane Swartzell, Shirley Gust, Beverly Cotner, Joan Cuppy, Marlene Bunger. Phyllis Shaw, Rosemary Murray, Jndy Snyder, Phyllis Army, Dottie Nor- zinskay, and Bonnie Parkens. Marybelle Coppernell, Mary Emma Drummond, Phyllis Williams, Susay Heyde, Caroline Damm, Nancy Kuhn, Sue Army, Wanda Hopper, Jean Ann Mills, Shirley Ireland, Tina Winings, Anette Elpers, Myra Shepherd, Carolyn Rouser, and Pat Sievers. Claudine Sherrillj Marilyn Kirkpatrick, Roseann , Cira, Barbara Neff, Marcia Siena. Arlene Reeser, Doris Samuels, Barbara Tracy, Mitzi Wild, Susy Smith, Kay Snyder, Mary Odom, Lu Ann Bauer, Suzy Burgess. Margaret Beckler. i and Donna Herron. Louise Hawkins. Sandra Smock. Joyce Taber, Marian Flory. Murial Meyers. Maureen Notheis, Barbara Bruner, Ann Newcomb, Barbara i O'Connor, Helen Boyer, Gloria Welky, Yvonne Parker, Joan Medley, Sandra Martin, Judy Millery, and Jane Swartzell. FORMER BETTY HE!LAND ! November 6 Named As Marriage Date For Wilma Watson Sunday. November G, was reveal• ed as the marriage date for Hiss j Wilma Watson and Howard Fiedler ! at a delightful announcement i party and bridal showeA given. j Monday evening by Mrs. Bessie Shideler and Mrs. Catherine Spauling at the home of the for- I mer, 1113 Helm street. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Watson, 731 Burlington avenue, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Fiedler, SOI Wheatland avenue. Gifts were placed on a table The 52nd wedding anniversary I port: Mr and Mrs. Harold Raikes of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Raikes. j and family, Mulberry: Mr. and of Walton, was celebrated Sunday j Mrs Maurice Raikes. Logansport: with the aiuual reunion of the I Mr. and Mr-.' Dwight Raikes and fa..lily. Members of the family j son. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Preis- gathertd for the noon meal in the ! er and family, all of Walton, and basement of the Lutheran church, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Raises, of above which a silver bell was hung ancl during the afternoon were at] Logansport. with streamers of green and gold the home ot the celebrants. | _A grandson and family._ Mr. and and tiny silver hells attached to them. Contests during the evening were enjoyed with winners pre- , - senting their awards to Miss Wat- i late Mr - an(1 Ml ' s - L - H - Bowlan. j before the family gathering. i.,~~- -nr«i,.~,, ^,i« -n.,,;!-,.,.' .„ Other grandchildren present were Mr. and Mrs. George Bowyer and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- The couple exchanged wedding • Mrs. Marion Bowyer and family, vows September 30. 1SP7. at the i o£ Jluske'soh. Michigan, arrived home o£ the bride's parents, the ' in' time to attend church services _ near Walton. Mr. Raikes' parents Individual cakes decorated with i^. re . the la . te Mr.jand Mrs. William Beaver, 1112 West Wabash avenue. Spring Creek Christian Ladies Aid and Missionary Society will be entertained by Mrs. Gertie Hall at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday. Members are to turn in their holiday dimes at the meeting. Laa ieg and Missionary Soci- home of Mrs. Russell Hughes, j ety ot i ndian Creek Christian route one. for a carry-in x dinner i ghurch wln meet at 1:30 o ' C i O ck AVedncsday noon — •&— Clinton township Parent-Teacher Association met at the Clyiuers school with Mrs. John Conn, president, In charge. The program opened witji a quiz on patriotic green bells, ice cream, and punch were served at places designated | with a silver bell featuring a picture of the couple with the wedding date inscribed beneath it. Invited guests were: Mrs. Edith Morgason, Mrs. Lee Watson and daughters, Mrs. Oscar Watson, Mrs. James Alder, Mrs. S. M. Shaver, Mrs. Irene Hebert, Mrs. Walter Watson, Mrs. Vernon Minglin, Mrs. Ralph Minglin, Miss Betty Minglin, Mrs. Mary Cotner, Mrs. Emma Cotner, Mrs. Robert Lambert. Mrs. Robert Kendall, Mrs. Russell McMillen, Miss Joan McMillen, Mrs. James Staley, Mrs. Ed Lowry, Mrs. Wesley ' Watson, and Dr. Marian Hochhalter, all of this city. Mrs. L. B. Rose, Miss Beverly Rose, Mris. Gilbert • Allen, Miss Rosemary Allen, Mrs. W. 0. Fiedler, Mrs. Hollis Johnson, Mrs. i Claude Meyers, Miss Norene Meyers, Mrs. William Harkins, Mrs. Eva Tinkle, Mrs. Lynn Wilson, | Mrs. D. L. Wilson, Miss Lois Wil- I son. Miss Clara Wilson, Mrs. Omer Zell, Mrs. Clara Summers, and Raikes, of near Walton. He is 73 years c: age and works | mond Bowyer and family, of Chi- in a sheet 'metal • hop at Walton with his son Dwight. Mrs. Raikes is t>9 years of age. .Both enjoy fairly good health. cago. Mrs. Raikes' sister, Mrs. W. E. Blackwell. of Logansport, also attended. At the dinner birthdays and For the dinner, the eight living j anniversaries of the various fam- children and their families were | ily members were observed with seated at a large table. All of the i appropriate songs. George W. family with the exception of a Raikes was the oldest family mem- grandson. Junior Bowyer, of Wisconsin, were present. The couple has seventeen living grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Those present for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. A- M. Bowyer. Oak Park, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Raikes, Indianapolis; Mr. ber present and Janet Merle Bowyer, of Muskegon, Michigan, the youngest. During the social afternoon, the Raikes quartet, composed of sons Harold, Maurice, Dwight. and Merlin, sang. Afternoon callers were Mrs. A. W. Bowyer and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Minnick. of bo- Mr?. L. J. Clements, Logans- i gansport. Social Calendar Tuesday :30 p. m.—Busy Bees or Women's Association, Dinner Celebrates Golden Anniversary Of Carroll Couple DELPHI, Ind., Oct. 4—Mr. and Mrs. Dan Daley of north of Delphi, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, September 25, when nearly fifty' friends from Chicago and Indianapolis joined them Jor a carry-in dinner. j Mr. Daley and the former Grace i Flinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j Thursday afternoon with Myrtle John Flinn, of Bentori county.] Backus. Members are asked to i were united in marriage at the —Rangel Photo During a beautiful fall wedding performed September 10 in the j Mrs. Carl Rozzi, Logansport. i Mrs. Iva Routh, Mrs. Jennie Carter, Mrs. Phyllis Carter, Frankfort; Mrs. Ima Carter and Center Evangelical United Brethren church of, Deer Creek, Miss Betty Heilaud recited her nuptial vows to Don Beck. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crooks, 312 Montgomery street, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Beck, Galveston route two. Mr. and Mrs. Beck are now residing in the Young America vicinity. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Officers Of Home Economics Council At Meeting All-officers were re-elected when | by October members of the Cass county Home Smith, 5S23. Mrs. Cleora Remaley, Lafayette; Mrs. Lucille Fiedler, Lucerne; Mrs. Marie Brown and Mrs. Virginia Knebel, Star City; Mrs. Mary Pfieffer, Otterbeln; Mrs. Carl Watson, Economics activities. Achieve- ! Mrs. ~EarY Watson," Mrs! DoVotha I ment day luncheon tickets ' were [ Stangle, and Miss Joan Stangle, j distributed and it was announced i Burrows; Miss Alberta Spaulding, that reservations must be made 31 with Mrs. Ann i I Burrows. ' and Mrs ' Laura Slusser, bring their cans of fruit for the box to this meeting. , ' —fr— WBA Review No. 16 will meet promptly at 7:30 o'clock Wednes- longs led by Mrs. Clarence Hy- I, lay eTe ning in the D of A hall .The i short social hour will be conducted man, music instructor. The flag salute was led by j by Mart ha Ridenour and Arlene Elaine Sailors and David Justice. | Little. Singing of "America" followed. The committee for October 18 The minuies of the April meeting , wou i,i appreciate the presence of and treasurer's^ report were read ; all members for assisting in plans for the banquet. The regular meeting of Wheat- •nd accepted. Mrs. Conn discussed the objectives of the P-TA. Mr. Hyman then introduced Econojnics Council convened at the YWCA Monday. The officers are Mrs. Dudley Bridge, president; Mrs. Virgil Grace, vice-president; Mrs. Lee Wilson, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Hazel Brant, senior director, and Mrs, Ernest Clawson, junior director. Various club vice-presidents reported on their choice for club programs r.ext year, during the Cunningham. All members and i meeting .which was conducted by ! presidents. Mrs. Claude Myers reported on the past presidents' luncheon and Mrs. Gerald Raver told of plans for achievement day Church of the Nativity at Thirty- seventh street and Emerald avenue in Chicago in 1899. They had resided on the county line in Tippecanoe county for twelve years before purchasing the McCain farm three years ago. Both are active and in good health- Two new clubs have been formed j in the county. They are the Wash- Personals Benefit Hanna. 7:30 p. m.—Victory class, Market street Methodist church parlors. Wednesday All-day—St. Luke's Women of the Church, at the church. 12:30 p.m.—Gimme club, Mrs. M. E. Patchell. 1 p.m.—King's Daughters class of Baptist Temple, Mrs. Russell Hughes. 1:30 p.m.—Spring Creek Christian Ladies Aid and Missionary Society. Mrs. Gertie Hall. 1:30 p.m.—WSCS and Ladies Aid of Broadway BUB church, at the church. r> TT h i tone ' 1:3 ° P- m -—^oble township Home "°L. f : ,. 826 i Economics. club. Miss Ida Meyer. High School Notes Tattler subscriptions were taken Tuesday for the last day. Only Emma j the number ot books spoken fbr will be ordered. as heirst Sun- ington township Forty - Niners, I day Mrs. Frances Kobe], of Indi- with twenty-one charter members, I anapolis. Mrs. Helen Willis, president, and friends are invited to attend. Women of the Moose, Chapter 507, will meet in regular session at 8 oclock Wednesday evening in the Moose hall with Pearl Haydeu, senior regent, in charge. Reports will be heard on library, membership, Moosehaven, Mooseheart, and publicity. — #Mrs. Crystal Newburn will be hostess to the Women's Circle of Union Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Raymond Julian, superintendent of j land avenue Methodist church schools, who gave an interesting i W SCS will be held at 2 o'clock talk. A comedy film "It happened j Thursday afternoon in the church. to Crusoe" and a safety film "Par- j Mrs Minn i e Delzell and Mrs. May adise Valley" were shown. The j Lllx win be hostesses. meeting closed with prayer. j ft . Refreshments were served in | Mrs V evay Langbak, 1513 High the kitchen by the following com- : stree t. entertained members of the mittee: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rine- ; Wesleyan Service Guild of Broad- hart. Mr. and Mrs. John Justice, . %vay Methodist church at her home and Mr- and Mrs. Fred Benner. | Monday evening. — & — ' Mrs. Effie Tucker presented the Philathea A class of the Baptist j lesson on "Why Home Missions." Temple will meet at 2:30 o'clock | fj le committee in charge included j Lutheran Sunday school will serve Wednesday afternoon in the Y. W. i 3i rg Langbak, Mrs. Geraldine Run- a penny supper Wednesday eve- C. A- with Mrs. Minnie Wright as j yon , and Mrs Et hel Miller. hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bertha j -fa ; Fields. 1 A covered dish dinner at 12:30 The Camden Methodist church I —'A'— ; o'clock Thursday followed by a Young Peoples class will meet. I Gimme ciub members will en-; cal .<j party will be enjoyed by | Thursday evening at the home of! Joy a luncheon "at 12:30 o'clock j Shrine Ladies. Meat will be furn- " """" " " Wednesday at the home of Mrs. ! j s hed and those attending are ask- M. E. Patchell. 1614 East Market • ed to bring table service, •trcet. Those / attending are asked j Committee members are Mrs. to bring table service and a cov- j Jack Rinehart. Mrs. Richard Bin•red dish. j ney. and Mrs. Lowell Fiedler. Mrs. Adah Hedrick. 1504 High j Rock Creek Ladies Aid will meet •treet, will entertain members of \ all day Thursday with Mrs. Charles November 4. Mrs. Dewey Roach announced that the county Home Economics chorus will convene at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the Roosevelt building. Announcement was made of a ten-minute radio program daily over the local radio station from 12:20 to 12:30 o'clock on Home Eel township No. 6, eleven charter- members, with Mrs. W. B.. Hendrick, president. Secretary's books are to be turned in to the extension office after October meetings and 100-word club reports are to be given by Miss Ethel Nice, county home demonstration agent, by October 22 for use in the achievement day program. Suggestions for the 1950 programs have been presented to the executive board, for study at a meeting Friday in the extension office. Philathea class of the Camden ning at the church. Mrs. William Galloway. A — IT'S SPIRIN AT ITS BEST Fast, dependable. L World's largest seller at lOc. ASPIRIN Mrs. Cecil Rhoades, 12 West Richardville 'street, left Tuesday for a month's visit with her son in Oteen, North Carolina. Mary Kellenberger returned to of Gal] veston Baptist church, Mrs. Wil- I Ham Maze. 2 p.m.—Ninth street Christian church Missionary Society, Mrs. Martha McArthy. 2?30 p.m.—Philathea A class of Baptist Temple, YWCA. 6-30 p.m.—Joint. Mothers study Activities ticket payments are due Wednesday. Bring your money to guidance period at 8:25 a. m. —o— The Student Council Executive Board met at 3:35 p. m. Tuesday in Room 130. Members of the board are: Jim Annis. Ann Taylor, John O'Neill, Sandra Schmidt, Bruce Harris, Bill Dallas, and John Ford. Otto Hilbert. senior class president. also attended the meeting. —o— .The first noon dance was helA Monday in the old gym with students dancing to music on records. Music Tuesday noon was provided by the high school Swing Band. work at the Diner Thursday after j club J. )a _^ Uet ' Calvary P'esbyleri- being quite ill at her home for the past two weeks. MEMPHIS, Tenn- (UP) — Mrs. Edward Wardlaw reached into her an church. .7 p.m.—Mothers of World War II, Onward Unit 131, Mrs. Luclnda Julian. 7:30 p.m.—Philathea B class of j purse to buy a neighborhood tot Baptist Temple. Josephine Martin, another ice cream cone when she' 7:3 ° P- m -—WBA Review No. 16. another ice cream cone when she found him on his stomach licking the ice cream that had dropped to the pavement. D of A hall. 8 p.m.—Women of Moose, Chap- i I ter 507, Moose hall. Smart Exclusive With CLARA ANNS Millinery 325 Fourth ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN So «acy for child to take, orange flavored. Eaiy to give cornet doiage. BOUtfet*. 35c VEL N£W product... cuts dish washing time in half! Dfcfies, #/#ssw9/e g/eam without w/plng! ANNOUNCEMENTS INVITATIONS FRUITED ENGRAVED flendricks Printing Co. 602-610 Erie Ave. Logansport, Indiana SCIENTIFIC CLEANING FOR MEN'S CLOTHES Compare —and you'll see the difference! Our scientific formulas . . . our extra care . . . pays off in better cleaning for you! • More dirt removed • Immaculate pressing • No odors — colors like new When Vel's irUhe dishpan ... it cleans your dishes cleaner than soap; saves up to half your dishwashing time! 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