PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAHOS-THIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, IN*. Wed At Star City SOCIAL -HIGHLIGHTS '*'*'V>w|ft s * v iage during a double ring cere- mber 24, at the Star City Chrisan church with Reverend Marof the board for the Peru Pro WIFE, of route 2, city, will cele- its founding and is now president of the local Rotary club and has FALL BRIDE-Elect—Frank J. Mullendore, of Flora, announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of his daughter, Jacqueline, to Timothy Gene Blake, son.,,of Mr. and Mrs. Claude. Blake, of 512 Hanna-street.. . The., wedding will take place Thanksgiving Day, -November 24,at St. Joseph's church in this city. . .The bride-elect attended the Flora high school, and her fiance, a 1959 graduate of the local high school, is employed by the local Ford agency. . '•.'.-. .- '" Announcements TUESDAY " . Fidelity Chapter No. 58, OES, will'meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. '•*.*'•*•..'Jefferson township HD club No. 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary Moore Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Roll call wil\ be a current event of the week: * *' * , The first' meeting of the year will be conducted by the Columbia PTA Tuesday ^vening at 7:30 o'clock at the school with Mrs. Nancy Hefley to be the guest speaker. She will talk on her work as speech and: hearing, therapist. * * * The Olive Branch Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Leon Crippen Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock for a backward party. Roll call will be a sewing hint. « * * ' The Burnettsville WCTU will meet at the home of Carolyn Gaby Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. * * * A meeting of the Lincoln Circle No. 1 GAR Ladies will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m., at the Memorial Home. All officers are requested to be on hand at the important meeting. * * * The L. S. toB. of L. F. and K. COMMENTS and CRITICISMS CUSTOMER'S REMARK I don't like Maylag Washers because they are crummy, and you ace crummy, too. Name With-held; i OWNERS' REMARK I believe that you are- wrong about the Maytag Washers for the following reasons: First: The Maytag Company have been manufacturing washing machines since 1907, 53 yeor». Second: The Maytag washers are sold .throughout fhe -world. They have probably been sold in every country in the world t at some time during their history. Third: They have sold.ov- er twelve million, since their beginning year of 1907. . • l ' Fourth: TWELVE MILLION PEOPLE CAN'T BE WRONG. As to myself, this is still a free country, and: you have, a right to your opinion. IN RUSSIA YOU COULD BE PURGED. THIS-WEEK ...... ! . National Business and Professional Women'* Week. '-,-:.•;A local lady will be .selected as "The. Woman of the Year," Wednesday, October 5, 1960, qt 8:00 p. m,, at the Captain Logan Hotel. Open House. SUN BWTE LAUNDKY V 841 WestBroadway logantport, Indiana • Social: club will meet with Eileen Small of Royal Center, Tuesday afternoon at 2'o'clock. -Mrs. Lou Schreckenghaust will assist. #' * * ! St. Joseph's Hospital Sewinj Circle will' resume its weekly card parties Tuesday afternoon from 1:30 to 3:30 o'clock at the hospital for the benefit of the St. Joseph's building fund. # * ; * - WEDNESDAY The AAUW will hold a dinner meeting Wednesday evening a 6:30 o'clock at the Broadwa; Methodist church. H» * * •Hand-in-Hand circle of the King's Daughters, will/hold a cov ered dish dinner Wednesday after noon at 12:30 o'clock at the horn of; Mrs. Mary Pumel, 827 Wes Melbourne avenue. .-*:*.* The Philathea -B class of the Baptist Temple will meet Wednes day evening at 7:30 o'clock wit! Mrs. Noah Arney, 1511 North street. , * * , * THURSDAY 'Mental Culture clutfwill observ Past Presidents' Day at a 1 o' clock dessert luncheon Thursda; •afternoon at the YWCA.. , ^-' * *'. * The Missionary society of the Disciple church of Young America wiiLhold its guest meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church.' Mildred Miller will be the speaker, and all church women are invited to attend. '# * • # : J. ; , . FRIDAY The Golden. Age club will hold a-luncheon, meeting Friday at 12:30"o'clock at the YWCA annex. Members are to bring 'a 'covered dish. Meat, rolls and'drink (will be furnished. The officers will' be in charge of the program. jrate their golden wedding anniversary with an, open house and j of it. In 1945-46 he was president reception for friends Sunday after- > BETHLEHEM HD CLUB The, Bethlehem township HD club will meet Tuesday, October t, instead of October 12, at the Twelve Mile > Community building at 1 o'clock. Roll call response wilTbe "a budget dish my family likes." There will be a donation of food for the Neal.Home and installation of new officers. noon, October 9, at the Burrows Presbyterian church from •, 2 30 until 4:30 o'clodc. The son of the late Frank and Ida Clymer Justice and the daughter of thejate Mr. and -Mrs. William Scott were united in marriage on October 12, 1910, at the hottie of the bride's parents. The late Rev. Breckenridge, pastor of the same church, officiated. Attendants were the groom's sister, Mary, and Thomas ID. Martin, who later became her husband. The Martins live at 600 Front street, city. The Justices started housekeeping on a farm in Clinton township where they still reside and on which Mr. Justice was born. YWCA Calendar Jeanette Meinzer, YWCA executive director, announces the following schedule of activity and program for the coming week at the YWCA, 127 Broadway. Monday, October 3 — Craft class, clubroom, 9 : 30 a.m. ; Eighth grade Riley Y-Teens, -annex, 4 p.m.; Saddle club, dining room, 7 p.m.; Hi-Tri HI, annex, 7:3C p.m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge also served as president or the Indiana Cattle Feeders associa- iori .. •''•-.. . . The couple . has three sons who' live on farms near their parents and'one daughter. They are: Robert S., who is a Logansport attorney and state senator representing Cass and Fulton counties in the Indiana legislature; 'William F., who is a member of the Board of Directors of the Indiana Farm Bureau Cooperative; John T.; and Mrs. Jane O'Donnell, of '912 • East Market street, city. William, John and Mr. Justice operate their farms as a unit. There are 11 grandchildren. The older ones will be assistant hosts and .hostesses at the reception! Sunshine Society Of Young America Conducts Initiation The Sunshine Society of the Young America high school held its initiation ceremony Friday evening at the Young America Baptist church. Miss Ruthie Smith played a number as the candles were lighted for the ceremony by the ushers, John Wilson and Eddie Nelson, after which the officers, candidates and members entered. (Harrington Studio) BETROTHED—Mr. arid'Mrs.,C. L. Wiseman, of 417 Burlington avenue, city, announce.the engagement of their daughter, Judith Ana, to Robert Anderson,'son of-Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson, of Malverne, New York. The couple will be married November 231 . Miss Wiseman is a graduate of the local high school and a 1960 graduate of DePauw University. She 'is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sqrprity, Phi Epsilon and Beta Beta Beta (National Biological Honoraries) and the local Psi Iota Xi sorority. Her fiance attended the New York Military academy and is a graduate of the Valley Stream high school. He is also a 1960 graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and is presently enrolled in the General Electric Management Training program. "Devotion and Service." Miss Janet Kizer closed the ceremony by singing "My Task." Refreshments were served from a lace-covered table decorated with yellow ribbon -roses and whits candles flanking the crystal punch bowl. Presiding at the table wire the Misses Helen Robertson, Pat Frushour, Rose Harness and Sheryl Seward. Miss- -Rita Kizer is Sunshine sponsor. , . , SORORITY MEETS Mrs,,Grace Marsh,\ 1206 Broadway^ entertained Jh\. Epsilon Sigma Omicron • sorority Saturday afternoon.,; Mrs. Isa' Lairy gave a book review on Communism by the author, Wil1;er Lippman. Mrs. Ethel' Raber 'will entertain the group Nov»' 5 Rockfield., at her home in club, parlors, 7:30 p.m.; and conversational French class, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 4—Ladies Day Out coffee hour,'9 to 9:30 a.m.; knitting .class, second parlor; painting and sketching, dining room;, beginner's-bridge, first parlor; and slimnastics, annex; all at 9:30 ;a.m.; eighth grade Lincoln Y-TeenSj annex, 4 p.m.; Hi- Tri I, annex, 7:30 p.m.; Mary Bethune club, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 5 — Preschool Ballet class, annex, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; bowling class, 9:30 a.m.; eighth grade Fairyiew'Y- Teens, annex, ,4 p.m.; Hi-Tri H, annex, 7:30 p.m.; Beginner's Bridge, clubroom, 7:30 p.m. Thursday,. October 6 —Mental Culture club, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 1 p.m.; swimming class, high school pool, 6:45 to !:15 p.m. Friday, October 7—Golden Age club, annex, 12:30 p.m.; seventh grade Lincoln Y-Teen program meeting, 3:45 p.m.; advanced ballet class No. 1, annex, 3:45 to 4:45 p.m.;' advanced ballet class No. 2, .annex, 5 to S p.m. Saturday, October 8—Beginners ballet ,class, annex, 11:15 a.m.; seventh and eighth grade canteen, annex, 3 to 4:30 p.m.; eighth and ninth grade junior high canteen, annex, 7 to fl p.m. Miss Patty Krise, president, !iss Sheryl Seward, -vice-presi- ent;.Miss Carol Wilson, treasur- >r; Miss Joan Manning, recording ecretary; and Miss Linda 'rather, corresponding secretary, londucted the initiation. Initiates were: the Misses Dutie Simpson, Donna Eades, Edna Os>urn, Christina Hardy, Swoverland, Anita Wheeler, FLOWERS PUASAMTHU MEMHOUU H44 LOCAL CANDIDATE Mary Ellen McHwain; 114 Twentieth Street, is the Independence Party's candidate for female director of the freshman class at Indiana University. • The election will be, held October '6.' - • |DR. 0. L BRAUNl Keg. PodiatrM Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office! 314 North SI. LOGANSPORT, PHONI HM WednMotyx eV Frletayl » to 4 WEDDING RECEPTION NAPKINS , SHERBET " MINTS PUNCH MIXED NUTS GUEST BOOK - WEDDING CAKES *ent Snack S*l* — Punch Bowls ToM* Skirt* -Coke Knfvw Conn Party-N-GHt Shop 417 No.'Creott - Ph. 2460 Susie Joan laming and Jenny Lee Mohler Mrs. Sayden Rea addressed the prls, mothers and friends on Kasch, phone 2485. Lutheran Women's Rally October 12 The women of the St. James Lutheran church are uged to attend the annual rally of the Lutheran Women's . -Missionary League to be held Wednesday, October 12, at Rensselaer. Over 200 are expected to attend from Peru, Reynolds, Lafayette, Wabash, Monticellb and Rochester. Reservations are to be made by Monday noon, October^, to either phone, Plan Homecoming At Indianapolis Hospital Oct. 7 Efforts are being made to con tact all graduates of Indianapoli General Hospital School of Nurs ing regarding the Homecomin Friday, October 7, according .1 an announcement today by Alumi officers. The event; which also marl the 77th birthday of the nursin school, will feature registratio n the Nurses 1 ' Residence ;froi :30 a.m. to noon; coffee hour ; 0 a.m. after which student nurse Mrs. William Bethke, 2-1682, or Mrs. Louis separates that add up to the custom look ... Pendleton* Plaidmaster Jacket $29.95 Tabmaster Skirt $14.95 Both in sizes 8 to 16. Dateline: Pall 1960. Pendleton Plaidmaster, -with.. 'its undated line, is a top item... a classic example of the way Pendleton makes fashion news (and sense) -season after season. MilhimP-lined and water-repellent. Team with Tabmos tef *kirt for «. wilting wit you'll "live in." Oct. 4 tol* ile Lawson officiating. The bride, is the daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. John Holt,, of Costa desa, Calif., and the bridegroom s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar•in T. Fields, of Superior, Wis. 'he bride is also a cousin of Buron McClellan, formerly of Star City, of route 3, Monticello. The 2 o'clock ceremony \i read before an- altar banked with arrangements of white pompons and candelabra. Mrs. Inez Sears >rovided music for Miss Norma Sears, soloist, 'Always." when "she sang Given in marriage by her cou- sin,: Burton McClellan, the bride appeared in street-length dress of while lace over taffeta fashioned ivith a bateau neckline and three- quarter length sleeves. She wore a short veil and carried a bouquet of white pompons and gardenias. Mrs. Lempi Garland, of Chicago, attended as matron of honor wearing a blue and while suit with a blue hat. She carried an arrangement of fall colored pompons. Clifford Garland, of Chicago, served as best man. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in Ihe church basement. The bride is a 1956 graduate of the Star City high school and the bridegroom is a 1954 graduate of the, South Shore high school of Port Wing, Wis. will take alumni and\ honored quests on tours of the hospital; and a luncheon at 1:30 p.m. to climax the program. The alumni group is now in the process of renewing its patent on its cap and contributions may be sent to G'eraldine Keim, Alumni director, at the Marion County General Hospital, Indianapolis, or Pauline Shull, Alumni secretary, at the same address. Graduates who have not been notified- by letter of the Homecoming may contact Miss Keim or Miss Shull. Invitations for the event have been mailed to 400 persons, including State 'and city officials and nursing .dignitaries from throughout Indiana. HEADS PLEDGE CLASS Mike Haines, I960 graduate of the local high school, has been elected president of the Sigma Pi fraternity pledge class at Indiana University where he is a freshman. The son of Mr. and Mrs. William Haines, 806 North Pearl street, Mike is also a member of the 215th Wing of the I. U. Air Force ROTC. Dykeman Guild To Begin Workshops Mary Dykeman Memorial Hospital Guild will begin a series of weekly workshops Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ivor Burrough, 3229 Crescent avenue. The workshops will be conducted each Tuesday until the Guild-sponsored "Tinsel Tea" on December 3. Members are asked to bring scissors, thimbles and any finished projects. NEW Quaker introduces a fresh, new note in tray table design . . . the new Converta-Cart STYLING ... /or any Decor New fashion for the home. Servette tray tables were expertly created with individuality a goal. Designed to enhance the beauty of any room. 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