Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 4, 1949 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 4, 1949
Page 9
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Tuesday Evening, Oct. 4, 1949 VFW Ladies Sponsor Vaudeville Varieties At Veteran Hospital "Vaudeville Varietiei of 1949", a new type of show sponsored by the VFW Auxiliary and directed by.Jack Riddlenian and Joe Biggins, -was presented for patients in the Cold Springs Road veterans' hospital at Indianapolis Sunday. The twelve acts on the program •were as follows: "Piano Personalities," by Chuck Applegate, of Logansport; "Magic Batons," Niona Diane Casbon, of Plymouth, 1949 national novice baton champion; "The Vaudeviilians," Jack Riggleman and Tom DePoy, both of Logansport; "The Mcadowlarks," Carol, Jean and Jeanette, of Rochester. Also* "Satch and Scratch" comedy. Buddy Lee Crlpe and Gene Dalton, Logansport-. unusual and novel piano and baton routine, Betty Barry, Logansport; vocal impersonations by top singers. Dick Carney, Logansport; female impersonations of "Maine, the Flame," Tom DePoy accompanied by Jack Riggleman at the piano. "Dance of the Fire Batons," Torch twins, of Kokomo: "From Single Notes to Music," Jack Riggleman; Hoosicr Rhythmalres, a WLS barndance group, and "Vaud- ettes," Mary Mc'Clurg, Joyce, Griswold, Christine Berg, and Pat Houcer. Joe Hlggins served as master ot ceremonies of the show and also presented impersonations. Hostesses -were Kathleen Biggins and Anna Lou Dillon. Costumes for the program were furnished by the B and B store and costume fitting was done by .Mm. Frances Perrlgo. Preceding the program cigarettes were distributed 'by Auxiliary members. Auxiliary members -who attended •nd assisted with the program •were Cecilia Bush, president; Vivian Grady. junior vice-president; Clarice Williams, Opal Leslie, and Clara Hall, past presidents; Bertha McNaught, .hospital chairman, and Margaret Stuart, chaplain. Also, Florence Driscoll, publicity: Ethel Graf, conductress; Hos- eva Martin, patriotic instructor; Marie AVinn, flag bearer; Ann Parsons, color bearer, and Virginia Corcoran, guard. "Others were Martha Beachler, May Bowles. Jnanlta Norwood, Thelma DeWitt. and Thelma Hip- Kher. Comrades of the VFW post who attended were E.'W. Leslie, Harry McNauaJit, Gleasoj Driscoll, ; and Douglas Martin. A bus was chartered to transport the troupe and members to Indianapolis. Let's Continue Building Their Citizenship after police found him sound j asleep, slumped against his car : horn, waking everyone in the ; neighborhood but himself. TJie locnl Hoy Scout organization enrolls several future citizens of the community, in wholesome activities such ns the camp program shown above. The Boy Scouts are one ol niru agencies supported through the annual Community Chest campaign. STEALS DOTHAN, Ala. (UP) — They've finally caught the man who wants an agg in his beer. Harrison Helms Jr., 23-year-old Negro, was held on a burglary charge involving a local cafe. According to police, a case of beer and several cases of esgs were among the items stolen. Car Horn Lullaby ROCK ISLAND, 111. (UP)—At least 'one 28-year-old Chicagoan sleeps soundly. He proved it. He was ordered to appear in court Eileen Williams And Ralph Koger Are Wed In Rochester Rites During a quiet ceremony at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon Eileen Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto E. Peters, SOI Twentieth street, became the bride of Ralph Koger, son of T. Koger, of Nashville, Tennessee. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Perry, of Rochester, a retired Methodist minister, at his home. The double ring service was used. Charmaine Williams, daughter of the bride, of Rochester, served as i maid of honor, and Marshall Pet- j ers, brother of the bride, was best man. The bride appeared in a dress of navy blue romaine ci-epe with black accessories. Her corsage ot gold and bronze chrysanthemums was tied with gold and bronze ribbon. The maid of honor wore grey satin with green accessories and a yellow chrysanthemum corsage tied with bronze ribbon.' Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at 6 o'clock at the home o£ the bride's parents. The table was centered with the traditional three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. The cake was baked and decorated by the bride's mother. » Those present for the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koger. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Peters and daughter Michelle, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Truax, Miss Charmaine Williams. Marshall Peters, DeVarrell Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Peters.- The bridegroom was the meat department manager ot the Peru A and P store and his wife has been bookkeeper for the Logans-, port A and P store. The couple will operate their own grocery and meat market at 319 East Ninth in Rochester and will reside at "Wil- • lo' the Wisp" cottage on Lake Mau- itou. I. Young Couple Feted With Miscellaneous Pre-Nuptial Party A miscellaneous shower was given recently in honor of Miss Phyllis Grable and Clitford Wray at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Grable. Beautiful flowers were used for decorating the rooms anrt the table at which the bride opened her gifts was decorated with a large umbrella from which streamers extended to the chandelier and various points in the room- Contests were enjoyed and winners presented their prizes to the guests of honor. The hostess was i assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Grable, of I Twelve Mile, and Miss Lynn Shei i of South Bend. ; Guests present were.: Mr. and! Mrs. William Wray, the Rev. and j Mrs. Gilbert Maus, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Harter, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Grable, Mr. and Mrs. Ora W. Grable and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Eramett Buskirk, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huddleston, ami Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morrow and Lois. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hoehne and Ruth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Cliutou Beecher. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Grable, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fiusimmons, Miss Lynn Shei, Carl Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grable, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Grable and Dennie, and the guests of honor. | Logansport Ftioros-Tribun* 9 arms; Nina Ehrman, chaplain, and Gladys Eastman, historian. Sirs. Eve Davidson served ai installing officer. Edith Davis received a past president's pin from the members of the unit. Mrs. Opal Wood, wife of th» Delphi mayor, told the group of the reception held for Dr. Crampton, Indiana's doctor of the year, and Mrs. Blanche Balser, president of the Delphi unit, told ot her attendance as delegate to the national convention in Philadelphia. Twentieth Century Home Economics Club To Meet Thursday Mrs. Adam Sommers, Jr., wiH entertain members of the Twentieth Century Home Economics club at her home Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Arnold Sommers •will be assistant hostess. Officers are to be elected at the meeting and the Fulton county home demonstration agent will present the lesson on "Short Cuts in Sewing." .....'.. At the regular September meeting the group was entertained by Mrs. Robert Simmons, assisted by Mrs. Mary Alice Funk. The lesson On "Minimizing Figure Faults" was Riven by Mrs. Leonard Beehler and Mrs. Roland Hizer. Program plans were discussed :. and refreshments were served. The club, with members of the . Progressive club, and guests made a. trip to Chicago by chartered bus Tuesday, September 27. Twentynine persons made the trip. While in Chicago the group attended the Breakfast club, were in the Loop, and during the afternoon vrere at the Railroad Fair. Nation Uprooted THI SOVtiT government has eradicated half the population of Latvia by sending men and women to Siberia as slave laborers, Latvian refugee Janis Siron, 36, says at Springfield, O-, where he is on maintenance force of Wittenberg college. 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