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TTUESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1957 THE LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE FIVE SOCIAL NEWS + .PERSONALS + PRESS 'SOCIETY PAGE + PATTERNS + CLUB NOTES Miss Ethelene Robinson Is Guest Of Honor AtMiscelldneous.Shower Given By W.S.C.S. Miss Ethelene Robinson, bride elect of Robert Webster, wa< 'honored with a miscellaneous show er- by members of the Salem W.S.C.S. Friday evening. The couple will be-"married-''October '20th -at 2 p.m. at the Salem Methodist church. Room decorations included pink «nd white crepe paper streamer draperies and .a large sprinklin_ can covered in pink 'with plastic streamers to represent showering wateri The table .was decorated Pattern Two-Piece Outfit To win admiring glances, sew this two-piecer with the waist-defining princess top.. Pretty collar punctuated by a pert bow, back-' paneled, skirt add fashion news to this Printed Pattern, Printed Paattern .9178: Misses' Size 12,. 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 4V 8 yards 35-inch fabric, J£ yard contrast. N " 'Printed directions,on '.. each pattern part. Easier, 'accurate. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this, -pattern—add 5 cents' for each pattern for -Ist-class, mailing. Send-to. Marian Martin, .care of Logansport Press, 365 , Pattern 'Dept., 232 West 18th"St., NeW: York 11, N. Y. '-Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE'NUMBER. • People 50 to 80 Tear Out This Ad . . . and mail it today to find out how you can still apply for a $1,-' .000 life insurance policy to help take care of final expenses without burdening your family. •You handle the entire transaction by mail with OLD AMERICAN of KANSAS CITY. No obligation. No-one will call on you! Write, today, simply giving -your liame, address and age. Mail to Old American Ins. Co., 3' West 9th, Dept.; L1013B, Kansas City v Missouri. Adv. in white ruffles with pink and blue.ribbon with the pink ribbons bows' securing sprays of "blue for-get-me-nots. .; The room was further enhanced with several arrangements ..of fall flowers. Invited guests included .Berta Lou Secquist," Joyce. Cripe and Cindy, Garnet Cripe, Esther Sprinkle, Helen Ennis, Carol Shanks, ,Louanna Shanks, Phyllis Draper and Diana, Adda Kay, Rev. and' Mrs. Cornelius, Mary Peter, Beulah Couk, Marpia Couk, Mary Jane Couk, Bettie Sue Harness, Phyllis Harness, Rose Harness, Irene' Harness,' Gladys Jump, Jane Fair, Ruby Rife, Kay Rife, Mrs. Cleve Rife, Mabel Greider, Lois Jump, Georgia Robinson, Barbara Robinson, Alma Frohmuth, Bessie Kitchell, Betty Hensel, Roseanna Kay- Hensel, Hazel Morgan, Bernice Davis, Edith Bailey, Ruby Noel, Stella Fouts, Fern Henry, Mrs. Earl Fouts, Martha Davis, Phyllis Gotshall, Margaret Jones, May Caldwell, Margaret Jump and Kathy, Maggie- Cree, Ella Crockett, Mary Burrous, Evelyn Williams, Marie Campbell, . Ann Campbell, 'Frances DeHaven, Edna Grove, Grace Smith,' Jane Beck Mary Davis, Jessie Thompson, Phyllis Herd, Kathlene Beck) .Beverly Smith, Marie Ward, Clarice Ward, Laura^ Marshall and Maude Wilson." Contests were held with Phyllis Draper and .Bettie Sue Harness as winners presenting their.prizes to the honored guest. Refreshments of rhubarb and cranberry punch, blue and white msits, and angel ribbon ice cream topped with blue icing were served. Chairman of the committee in charge included Mesdames .'Frances DeHaven, Laura Marshall and Maude Wilson. Announcements Wheatland MYF Meets Sundayjn Church ' The Wheafiand Avenue MYF met Sunday in. the church basement with Rev. Weigand leading the -singing "Bubbling in My. Soul" and the prayer song "Walking With Jesus," accompanied by Gordon Wolf at the piano. The ' meeting was opened by Judy; Clark, assisted by Carolyn Insle'y, Gail Stewart and Bill Sweeny. ' , . Rev. Weigand led the discussion assisted by the adult leader, Mr; Chapman.- The scripture was read by Carolyn Insley. The meeting was closed with the singing of 'The Gospel Train' and the' MYF benediction. • 'The. Gospel'Train" and.the MYF of Mr, and Mrs. Clark. for recreation and refreshments. Rev. Wei- jarid led-the discussion on "Roman Catholic Beliefs." Games were arraigned by Rev. Weigand and Judy Clark. Refreshments were served by Judy Clark and Jane Ann Nethercutt. GIRL SCOUT NEWS Girl Scouts of St. .Vincent, school Troop 3 met-;Monday evening with ;heir leader, Miss Betty Minneman. Practice was held on setting .of -table and proper flag care.. "Donkey Riding" was simg and games played. The meeting closed with taps. ' DR. 0. L. BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office: 314 North Sf." LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays & Fridays^ to < PERU OFFICE: 115 Wert 5th St. Won, Tuei.. Thur., Sat. 9 to * Phont! GRIDLEY 33674 Draperies-Slipcovers Window Shades Venetian Blinds Rugs-Carpets. Upholstery ' 220 E?Market Str««t Phone 3609 PENNEY'S WEDNESDAY SURPRISE TERRIFIC NEW LOW PRICE! 1-33 Sizes small; medium, forge Penney's put new deep colors, new plaids in rugged, hefty cotton flannel. Penney's had 'em full cut, :!^ priced at,a new low!.Sari-. •• - v. •. - - '/ . ' • forized*, .machine washable. -",;•• ;-" .-:"';: * *Won't shrink rrfor» than SHOP WEDNESDAY 9#0 TO T2flO , TUESDAY The Cass County Cancer society Board of Directors-meeting will .-be held Tuesday 7:30.pirn in the City Building. " . * * * .Fidelity Chapter No. 58,'O.E.S will hold ' a -called meeting • Tuesday evening, October 15th,' at "8 p.m. There will be initiatory, work and Past Matrons and. Past .Patrons will ,be. honored. .All members of Eastern Star are invited. * *.. * Members of the Metea : PTA'hvill convene at the school Tuesday evening at 7:30. p.m. Mrs. Herman Conrad will have devotions and Mrs. Madys Adkin the topic. Entertainment has been planned and .a banner ' will be awarded preceding the serving of refreshments. All members are urged to attend. « * * 'WEDNESDAY- The WSCS of- Clymers Methodist .church 'will meet at the Church Wednesday at 1 p.m. * *, * * The Adams township Home Demonstration club, Carroll county, will meet for an all-day session Wednesday with'Mrs. Ortha Brown. -Assistant hostesses will be Esther Million, Hazel Candle and Hazel Regal. * * * Hand-in-Hand Circle of Kings Daughters will convene for a covered dish dinner Wednesday noon at'the home of Mrs. Eileen Lyons, 827 : W. Melbourne.- Mrs. Mary Pummel.-will assist the hostess. ; Members are to take table service and a covered dish. • - . •*-.*.* 'T&e Dorcas Class of the' Main street church Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Bertha Dixon, 422 .Anthony street. She will be assisted by Daisy Stuber, Emma Daniels and Minnie-Thomas. * * * The WSCS of Bethel Methodist church, Clay township, will meet at the home of Miss Grace Johnson Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. A good attendance is desired. * * * The executive board of the Worn ans Association of -the Calvary Presbyterian .church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at the church. . * * * The Cheerful Helpers class of the Broadway EUB church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m., with Mrs. Ethel Stafford, 336^ High street. Mrs. Alta Hyman will assist the hostess. * * * The Ladies of the 'General CWF. of the Ninth street Christian church will meet at the church Wednesday, October 16th, at 12:30 .p:m. to'go to Marion to the Emily Flynn home. All members are asked to take home-made cookies. * * * The Friendship class of the Market Street Methodist--chur-dr'will hold its - monthly meeting in the church .parlors Wednesday after- .ribon at 2 p.m. Final arrangements will be made for the rummage sale. ***..• THURSDAY • : The GIA social club of the B. of L. E. will meet Thursday .afternoon at 2 p.m. with Mrs.J. W. Borden, 1014 Seventeenth street. * * * The Wayne Friendly Home Demonstration club "'will meet'.Thursday at 1:30 p.m.; with Mrs/Carl Harrold, There will be a birthday auction. * * * . - -, The Wayne Progressive, Home Demonstration' ,club will meet Thursday-at' the home-'of'Mrs. Clyde OdelL • There will-be election of. officers. ...-m*'*. ,.- -V • . , The, Rbckcreek Home - Demonstration, club meeting, will .be -'held Thursday at-,- 1:30 .p.m. in the church 1 basement; A lesson on grooming will be given. * * * ' .. . .The League of Women Voters will hold a luncheon • and. study meeting at -the home, of Mrs. Loren Price, 3030 E. • Broadway Thursday -at ;1 p.m. Members of-the.Excell club are to .meet at the • home of Helen Stults, I'lie Fourteenth street, Thursday, at 5:30 p;m. to 'go;to Anoka for the annual dinner. Following ' the meal teh. group wilLreturn to the Stults.home to play cards. A ' • •. ACCORDIONS reasonable price and easy terms GALUXS Accordion Headquarter* 705 12th Si. a Doug: Dunderman To Wed English Girl I ri Rites-Nov. 17 * •-. Announcement-\has .been made of the engagement pf-.Norma Vera Pratt,"' daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards,, 33 Sherringham avenue, Tottenham, London',. England, to-Alan Douglas-Dunderman, son of Mr.- and Mrs'. Gale.P. •Dunderman; 130? East-Market street. -.-'The cou'ple ; wifi -exchange nuptial vows during' : a ceremony Sunday .afternoon, November 17, at 2 o'clock at the. Market street Methodist church., . .'.'",, Miss Pratt .is employed .as glass decorator in London. Her fiance, a 1953 graduate of the local high school, served two .years with the US Army -stationeH at Baumholder, Germany, and. is employed as a printer's apprentice at the Pharos-Tribune. ' , _ . -- ~r , Deer Creek HD Nc^ "L, Elects New Officers Members of the Deer Creek township Home Demonstration club No. 1 convened Friday afteiv noon at the Congregational Christ, ian Church at Young America, the meeting being opened with group singing of "We Are the Hoosiers of Hoosierland"; Pledges to. flags were, led 'by Mrs. Edna "Sterrett and Mrs. Pearl Weise gave the. 'devotionals. -Mrs. G-len. Fouts .read the history of the song of the month and- led in group singing with Mrs, Delbert Smith providing plan? accompaniment. Twenty-two members and eight children answered roll call preceding the meeting 'conducted by Mrs, Raliegh.Snider, who announced achievement day for November 7th and that she had tickets 'for the luncheon. The group voted $15.00 to be given to the 4-H leaders for- the past and'coming year. , Election of' officers .was .held with Mrs.'/Snider being ' named president; Mrs. Harry Manning, Jr., vice-president; Mrs. Eber Morgan, secretary;. Mrs. Darrell Merrill, . assistant secretary and Mrs. Dean Beck treasurer. Mrs. Snider requested the group hold an.exhibit of hand-made articles for the Christmas party. Mrs. D. E. Lybrook gave the lesson on "Landscape planning" and demonstrated.-with pictures. Mrs. Alma" Wilson received the door prize... Pumpkin pie and coffee were served by Mesdames 0. G. Wilson, Lotte Roach and Dale Beck. Neediecraft 896 n "Child's.Delight:" Hp-hum—sleepy •Dpy.!.-;-'Just the .gh't .doll for- a sleepy ;child' to cuddle. He's, a, sock""doll an'd has •sister in "this pattern. And; she's sleepy, too'! " '..".'-Pattern '. 896: Directions, pat- ern for'2'.dolls,' : pajamas. One or; pair' wilT'delight a child. ; . , Send Thirty-five Cents -(coins): .for this. pattern—add.'. 5 :-cents Jpr each pattern, for, ist : class. mailing. Send; to 'Logaiisport•Press, 333 Neediecraft Dept.;. P.O. 'Box; .169,' Old Chelsea Station, New .York 11, N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. Two FREE Patterns as. a gift-to our readers—printed right in our 1957 Laura Wheeler Neediecraft Book.. Dozens of other designs you'll want. to . order-T^asy fascinating handwork for yourself, .your acme, gifts,, bazaar items'. Send 25 cents for your copy of this book today! ' Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery . Find* Healing Substance That Docs Both- Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Y«rk, (Sp«d«l) — For thp , .. first time 'science has found a new,; healing substance-with'ihe astonish•:tag /ability:- : 'tO'~shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain-without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (•hrinkage) took place.' Most amazing of all— results were M thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to he a problem!"' • '•• The secret is a new healing substance :(Bio-Dyne*)-discovery of* world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation S.* At yonr, druggist Honey back guarantee, . •»«. IT. •.?*.«« Lambda Chapter Holds Initiation Ceremony •Members of Lambda Chapter of Delta ,Qa : Sigma Sorority held Initiation Ceremony for new members Sunday .afternoon at the Ben Hur dining -room. Guests were, served dessert at individual tables decorated with fall flowers. 'Initiation Services were conducted by ;Charlene Haley, president, -Jane Townsley. Vice-President, .Ruth Gustin, secretary, Marilyn Ferguson, Mistress of ceremonies .and Elsie 01- sen Chaplin for the following new Chaplin, for the .following new members, Miss Mary Q'Cojiner, Sue Parker : ,''Patricia Conner's^'Judy Wheaton," Linda'" Hultiz,'. Mrs.; Sue Selvio,.Jean Jackson,;Pjiyllis Key, and Gertrude Wilson; " ..' . ; Committee; in'charge'were Marilyn - Ferguson," Elsie \-Olsen, Doris Simpson, and Ardelle^ Leavitt Society Francis Montgomery conducted the meeting of the Rosary society of St..Elizabeth's church at Lucerne • Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Elna Rogers read, the secretary's report and th e treasurer's report was .made by Inex Frush'our; It was planned to buy new kitchen equipment and improve the heating plant for the hall. The public card party will be October 20 at 7:30 p. m. with.Ruth Weaver, : Margaret" Weaver, Ellen St. Clair,..• Edna Torren'ce and Anne Shaw on the committee. All are; invited. •Refreshments were' served by Eileen Fahler, Eva Carpenter and Edith Wilson. Prizes in contests went to Francis Montgomery, Inez Frushour and Agatha Otten. The pastor thanked tHose who served the luncheon and dinner Wednesday when 35 were confirm, ed. Bishop Carberry and ten priests, .were served dinner and a luncheon was served to 150 persons following the : service. The Junior Girls of the VFW Auxiliary met in regular session with ' president, Betty Webster in charge. The meeting opened .with the posting of the colors by Dana Myers, Pam Webster and Rita Corcoran and a prayer by the chaplain, Beth Corcoran. -Minutes were read by the Secretary, Jane Fellers. Initiation was held for Kathy Mallette with Lela Bpughton, first vice-president, presenting the pin, A letter from Leah Barnes was read 'on- behalf, of the State Soldiers Home and a letter was read from, the Farmers-and Mer- chants'Bank thanking the unit for a donation, of $25.00 to' the Memorial Hospital Fund. The flower chairman, Bette Corcoran, reported Connie Huff and Jackie Minsch; being ill. The unit voted to make bed- jackets for the ladies at the State Soldiers Home. . Reports on a wiener roast was giyen by Donna Myers and Pam Webster, It was voted to have a bake sale on October.:25th with the place being announced later and also there will be a hayride and wiener roast for Hallowe'en.- The treasurer's .report was submitted by Donna Spurgeon. The meeting closed with a prayer and-the next meeting-will be held Monday 'evening October 21st at 7 p.m. ' W. S. C.-.B. The W. S. C. S. of the. Royal Center Methodist church will. meet Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the, church at 2 p.m; Mrs! Viva Harvey-, Mrs. Hazel Boose', and Mrs.- Cora Pugh are hostesses. :•'-' . .-,-'• Mrs. Lois Snider will ..give the devotions and Ivy Vickers will have charge .of the program: ,;The W.S.C-S. f is asking/for gifts for. a Christmas box which they lan to 'send to Newberry Avenue lehter,' Chicago, ; HI,-. Please bring your gifts' 'to the' meeting Oct. 16th or contact Esther Wood, ^secretary of Supply >Work. • - . Articles needed are: Toys— Rounded scissors,-- wood burning iets, large 'and, small- -dolls, .and ;lothes for. them, b/oorns,. dust ,paris t color books, dishes,- and 3ans, : : : doll blankets, and, in 'fact any, toy suitable for children 1-12 . Story books for children 2-10 years. ' . ' Games — Checkers, Old Maid, Scrabble, Bingo, and Misc.; Table Games /or bpys and girls 6-13 years. : Infants , clothes (new v ) men's -shirts,, ties, 'handkerchiefs and underwear (new). For Wo- men—scarfs, handkies, underwear, aprons; .stockings, and costume jewelry (new). ' * * * Marriage licenses' were issued yes'terday by county clerk, Elizabeth Bieker, to Lloyd L. Neel of 2808 North Pennsylvania and Sally J. Raub of Rt. 3, city; Robert D. Schock of.Rt. i, Delphi and Shirley Lee .Sprinkle of Rt. 1, Camden; William J. Neighbors, 1310 North street' arid June Anna Hunt, 507% North street. * * # ' RUTH CIRCLE : A Hallowe'en party was staged by members of'the Ruth Circle, of the Wheatland.. avenue Methodist church Thursday evening at - the 'home of :Mrs. Polly Carbaugh. All members came masked and prizes went to Dee Morgan, Nell Thomas 'and Helen Forker. Contests were also enjoyed. Helen Forker offered the devotions, and the-lesson on "Home Missions" was presented by Kay Cowley, Marian Werner, Joan Foster, Jean Porter, Barbara Collins and .Betty Murphy. Mrs. Carbaugh presided at the business meeting when Mrs. Foster., was appointed spiritual life chairman. Mrs. Ruth Fickle an nounced the World Day of Prayer service for October -27.. .World Communitny Day^will be sponsored by the Council of Church'Women October 31 at 1:30 p.m. at the Ninth street Christian church. Dorothy Beldon announced a dinner will be serve_d, October 22. The public chicken pie supper will be served at the church November 21 'and committees were appointed. A food sale will also be held at this time. Sixteen members and three guests, Rosemary Clark, Martha Hickle. and Wanda Costello, were served refreshments by the hostess assisted by Gloria Mull. * # *• DISTRICT NO 3 One hundred and'sixteen ladies attended the annual meeting. of District No. 3 of the Logansport Presbyterial society held at the West Broadway Presbyterian church Thursday "Unto the Least of These" was the theme for the meeting which opened with registration by Mrs. Charles Enders and Mrs. Joseph Latourrette. . Workshops were held, in 1 the morning and at noon a dinner was served at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church after which workshops were continued in the afternoon. Guest speaker was Miss Mary E. Tufrentine, executive secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions. The National meeting of the Presbyterian Women's organization was announced for June 25-July Jl at Purdue University. Churches represented and their" presidents . were Logansport Calvary, Miss Nan Nelson; Logansport Concord,. Mrs. Lee Wipperman; Logansport Bethlehem, Mrs. Stuart Frushour, Sr.;. Logansport Pisgah, Mrs. George Banta; Lucerne, Mrs. Helen Hilkert; Pulaski, Mrs. Alfred Howe; Rochester, Mrs. Chauncey Oren; Royal Center, Mrs. Ruth Magee; Walton Union, Mrs, Homer Martin; Winamac, Mrs., Elmer Galbreath; West Broadway, Mrs. B. C. Williams. * *. # EVER READY Mrs. Bruce Buchanan ; was hostess to members of-the Ever Ready Circle of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church. Mrs. Delores Smith gave the lesson and devotions .were given by Mrs. Florence Buchanan. The business meeting was held with the general president appointing committee for the annual chicken • pie supper and food sale to be held at the church. November 21st! . , The guests, attending the meeting were Mrs. Mable Fitch and Mrs. Betty L&whorn. Refreshments were served. NEW PRESIDENT INDIANAPOLIS WMVayne Coy, former Franklin and Delphi publisher and one time Federal Com-. irittnicatioes • Commission • c.'h ai r- man; who died last. month, .has succeeded by Westpn,;C. Pollen Jr... of New York as president of broadcasting - for Time, Inc., whose stations include -WFBM .and WFBM-TV in Indianapolis. •.. - .» - -' Lei us show you how to make light work of it with a G.A.C. all- purpose loan. TERMS TO SUIT YOU loons Up to $400 G A.C. FINANCE V * C OR P OR A T 10 N 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company logantport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5701 ^ Office Hours: Daily 9-5/Wednesday & Saturday Mr Miss Carol Smith And Larry L. Olmstead Repeat Double Ring Wedding Vows Sunday ROCHESTER—Miss Carol Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Smith, of route two Rochester, and Larry L. Olmstead, son of Mr. and Mrs. Olmstead, of Wabash, were married Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in the Evangelical United Brethren Church. The double "ring service was heard by Rev. F. I. Wilmert before a setting of white chysanthemums and tapers in twin seven-branched candelabra, Mrsi Robert Shafer provided'the bridal airs. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown cut of, Chantilly lace. and. nylon tulle over taffeta. The fitted bodice was. highlighted with a scalloped Sabrina neckline and featured short sleeves. Her floor length skirt of tulle was made with lace panels caught at the sides with flowerettes. Her fingertip veil of illusion was caught to a scalloped cloche of lace and taffeta- trimmed with pearls and sequins. She carried a white orchid and rnums on a white Bible. Mrs. Phil McCarter, of Converse, served as matron of honor, . and wore for the wedidng a frock; of peacock blue which fell-to ankle length. The frock was accetned with velvet bows- and a wide cummerbund. Dennie Olmstead, brother of the srobm, served as • best man while ushering were Phil McCarter of Converse and Grayston Campbell of Mentone. Mrs. Smith selected for the wedding a crepe sheath dress of taupe and wore matching accessories and pink cymbidium orchids. The groom's mother selected a slate blue dress with navy accessories and also wore a piok cymbidium orchid corsage. A four-tiered wedding cake, topped with a bell and heart, centered the serving table at the reception. Hostesses were Mrs. Audrey Cox, of Kokomo, Mrs. Cyrus Johnson, Angola, and Mrs. Michal Maltby, of Michigan. Mrs. Joan Ewing, of Logansport, registered guests. Mrs. Olmstead, a graduate of laboratory technician in the office of Carl J. Elward/ M;D., Wabash. She is a member of OES and Tri Kappa. Mr.' Olmstead is employed as a cost accountant at Diehl Machine Works. For traveling the bride ,selected a brown tweed sheath dress with velvet trim, brown accessaries and, a white orchid corsage. Following a wedding trip to Florida the couple will reside at 80% North Miami street, Wabash. Reveal Engagement Of Sandra Lewellen i To Gerald'Williams ' Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs; Joseph E. Lewellen, of Logansport, of the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sandre Sue, to Gerald Williams, son of Mr .and Mrs. Walter Williams, also of Logansport. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Logansport high school and is a past worthy advisor of the Rainbow for Girls. She is employed at the -Logansport State Hospital. Her fiance, also a graduate of the local school, is employed at the State Hospital. . They will be married on I>eoem- ber 1st. Cooking Is Fun FAMILY DINNER Cook extra potatoes and use them this good and nutritious way. Meat Loaf-with Bacon. Strips Baked Creamed Potatoes Broiled " Tomatoes Snap Beans Bread -Tray Frosted Cake Beverage BAKED OR)EAM POTATOES Ingreidients: 4 tablespoons butter or margarine, 4 tablespoons flour, 2 cups milk, 3 cups 'diced cooked -pared potatoes, salt, pepper, % pound thinly-sliced; cheddar cheese. Method: Melt butter in a 1-or 1%quart saucepan over low heat; blend in flour thoroughly., Add rhiHrall at once; : cook and stir con- DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse stantly over moderately low heat until thickened and. bubbly. Mix lightly with diced potatoes- in., a 1%-quart shallow baking dish, adding salt and pepper to taste. Arrange the thin slices of cheese over the top. Bake in moderate (350 degrees) oven until cheese melts— 20 to 30 minutes. Makes 6 servings. Sfiowers May Come To State Wednesday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Indiana's" warm autumn haze •may wash out in cooling showers by- Wednesday night, but the Weather Bureau said anotiher balmy • weekend is in the offing. Unseasonably warm weather is. expected to" push temperatures as high, as 8fl degrees Wednesday before rains, set in; Tuesday night's lows may. be up In the mild 50s. Rains amounting to as much as half ,a*i inch' were forecast for 'Thursday and Friday, "with a ohawce of a weekend warmwp •starting Saturday. , WINNER OF COAT v Angelo MRS. PETER PIERCE 115& Eel River Are. Logansport, Ind. WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY Our Reg: 3.39-3.49 READY TO HANG DRAW First Quality 45x84" Beautiful Rippktextured boric ilbl*nded prints and joiid colors. • OUR REG. 1.39 60x76 COTTON • Pink or blue plaids • All white • First qualit • Ideal sheet blankets designed to add light, ; I sparkling beauty to your hom«. FLORALS- with gold overlay MODERN^with silver background 'BLANKETS B & B Downstairs Star*

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