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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 11, 1962
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Friday Evening, May 11, 195?. Social Calendar FRIDAY 8 p.m.—Deer Creek HD club 1, Young America school. SATURDAY , •2 p.m.—Epsilon Sigma Omicron, Miss Frankie Kinneman, 336 Montgomery street. Miss Ann Sc'hultz Honored at Shower Miss Ann Schultz, of 708 E. Broadway, bride-elect of Lee Bennett. Terre Haute, was the guest of honor at a pre-nuplial shower recently at the home of Mrs. R. M. Rangel, also of 708 E. Broadway. Serving as hostesses were Miss J.udy Stone, of Indianapolis, and Miss Mary Jane Shaw and Miss Lois Brown, city. The gift table was placed in front of an antique stand of green wrought iron from which was suspended an umbrella with a silver handle. The umbrella, made of white ruffle tulle, was scattered with miniature wedding bells. Adding to the decor was a bridal doll and several gifts arranged on various shelves of the flower stand. , The serving table 'and refreshments earned out the bride-elect's chosen colors of blue and lavender. Prizes were won by Mrs. Robert DeVault, Miss Bernice Hirst and Mrs. Rebecca Slemp. Other guests attending were: Miss Caroline Michael, Mrs. Maude Shilling, Mrs. Shidey Detrick, Mrs. John Bowman, Miss Carita Thomas, Miss Margaret Newby, Mrs. R. M. Rangel, Miss Margaret Piety, Miss Agda Rafter and Mrs. Gladys Madden, all of city; Mrs. J. M. Schultz, of Terre Haute; Mrs. Chester Sigman, Mrs. James Shook, Mrs. Zadia Shook, Mrs. Lynn Shook, of Rensselaer; and Mrs. John Cain, of Monticello. Unable to attend, but sending gifts were: Miss Judy Bowman, Mrs. Carl Jordan and daughter, Mrs. Randall Mauck, Mrs. Resto D'Andrea and Miss Helen Butz. Onward HD Holds Seed, Bulb Auction A seed and bulb sale in addition to the regular monthly 'auction was featured at the Onward HD club meeting held at the Onward Grange hall with Mrs. Grace Hopper, president, in charge. Devotions pertainng to Mother's Day entitled, "Homes That Last," were given by Mrs. Sarah Bowman. The flag salutes were led by Mrs. Thelma Denny, followed with roll call answered by "characteristics of a good mother." The minutes were read by Mrs. Judy Little and during the business session it was voted to postpone the club trip until next fall. The state conference was announced -for June 12-14. Reservations for the play are to be made at the extension office by May 21. An invitation was received from the Do or Die 4-H club to attend its mother-daughter tea on May 29 at the Onward Christian church. The lesson on herbs and spices was presented by Mrs. Helen Zell and Mrs. Ida Bechdol. -They prepared various typos of food which were served as refreshments to 20 members and one guest. Hostesses were Mrs. Edna Lull! and Elsie Kesling. Due to the State Conference, the next meeting was changec to June 11 to be held at tho home of Mrs. Virginia Kellums. Lutheran Women Stage Breakfast Spring flowers and May baskets flanked the tables at the annual May breakfast staged by St. Luke's Lutheran Women of the Church Thursday morning. Mrs. Walter Davis gave grace and the program was in charge of Mrs. Arthur Brinkruff. Her topic was "Five Great Mothers of the Bible." They were: Eve, Sarah, Elizabeth, Hanna and Mary, the Mother of Jesus. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Earl Bailey, president, when the secretary-treasurer reports were read and bills allowed. Reports were also given by committees. The next meeting will be the trip to the Mulberry Lutheran Home on May 24 at Mulberry, Ind. Mrs. John Conn is in charge of arrangements. The graduation breakfast wil! be on Sunday, May 27, at 8 p.m. at the church. Franklin PTA Pays Special Tribute To Laban Fisher A special program "This Is Your Life Mr. Fisher" was presented in honor of Laban Fisher, retiring principal of Franklin- Hiley schools, Tuesday evening t the Franklin PTA meeting held it the school. The program opened with selec- ions given by the Franklin orchestra directed by Joseph Huffman. Serving as emcee was Ed iowry. Taking Mr. Fisher back to his childhood days, Mrs. Helen Isaacs >resented him with a pan of corn>read. Mrs. Fisher joined her hus- )and on the stage for the presen- .ation..' Brief lolks were given by the 'ollowing: .Miss Thelma Nicholas rvho was one of Mr. Fisher's 'irst pupils; Herb Frushour, one of his students at the Shady Nook school; Mrs, Lelah Jane Gaumer, school secretary; Carl Zimmerman,^ superintendent of Logansport" Community schools; Rev. Raymond Echols, pastor of Broadway Methodist church of which Mr. Fisher is a member; Don Grain, a former coadh at Riley, and Al Drompp, represeting Boy Scouts. Mr. Fisher was a member of the committee which eslablish- ed the Three Rivers Council. The Riley Girb choir, directed by Miss Nicholas, sang selections closing with an original song abou: Mr. Fisher's retirement. Mrs. Eileen Shanks, retiring PTA president, presented a. gifi .0 Mr. and Mrs. Fisher. The audience then sang "For He is a Jolly Good Fellow." Refreshments were served by ;he hospitality committee com posed of Mrs. Ed Lowry and Mrs Thomas Leftwitch, .The program was in charge of Mrs. Dorothy Coppock, Mrs. Helen Isaacs, Mrs Norma DeLaney, Mrs. Marjorie Speitel, Mrs. Eileen Shanks, Mrs Barbara Schirm, Mrs. Helen Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Jefferson Club 1 Displays Hobbies The Jefferson township HD clul No. 1 convened recently at the lome of Mrs. Berniece Rhoades Camdcn, with Grace Kesscr orcsident, opening by reading ; Mother's Day thought. The first part of the session wai- ,n charge of'Mrs. Ethel Girard The pledges to the flags were ,ed by Mrs. Sadie Webster am .he collect was led by Mrs. Nor; Spencer. Mrs. Vivian Zech gave the secretary-treasurer reports followed with the penny drills. Mrs, Lilly Walton gave the his lory of the song of the month and led in group singing. The safely lesson was given by Mrs. Mabel Miller. "My hobby" was given in response to roll call by members with each displaying a sample of her hobby. Mrs. Spencer led in the HD prayer and Mrs. Amanda Hume offered devotions. The later part of the meeting was in charge of Mrs. Kesser who presented the lesson on herbs and spices. Food prepared during the lesson was served for refreshments. The door pri:'.e was won by Mrs. Spencer. The next meeting will be on June 12 at the home of Amanda Hume. The meeting dale was changed -due lo the beginning of Bible school. LADIES AID ELECTS An all-day meeting was featured by the Pleasant Valley Ladies Aid 'society Thursday. Quilting was done and a dinner served to 29 ladies. An election- of officers also was held with the following results: president, Mary DeHaven; vice-president, Mary Shanks; secretary, Mary Davis; and treasurer, Ella Crockett, PLAN MOTHERS' FETE Plans for a dinner in honor ol mothers were revealed at the monthly business session of the Daughters of Isabella with Mary Klumpp, regent, presiding. Mary Klumpp gave a report on the 34th state convention at Madison which she and Treva Lefferl attended. Mothers will be honored at the next social meeting with Treva Leffert and her circle in charge. Each circle head is to bring a meat dish and each member is asked to bring a covered dish and their mother. The charter was draped for Agnes Murphy, a recent deceased member. The door prizes were won by Mary Catherine Golden and Ann Petrie. Martha Baker is a chairman ol the May hospital party. PUBLIC LIBRARY Logansporf, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven PHI GAMMAXI INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS; NAMES COMMITTEES ' Correspondence was read from Joan Bear, Alpha Phi chapter, concerning money for the Founders' Day banquet. A thank-you Officers were installed and com. mittees for the year were named at the Wednesday evening meeting of Phi Gamma Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at the home of Judy Neumann. Carolyn Walker, retiring president, led the opening ritual. Roll call was read by Judy Neumann, past recording secretary, and the treasurer's account by Sallie Henry, past treasurer. Dues and money for style show tickets were collected. Plans for a hayride were discussed and it was decided to hold it in the fall. UNUSUAL REFRESHMENT IDEA-High school proms are the order of the day and if you're asked for ideas and recipes for refreshments, why not suggest something different, Snack spreads in the shape of the school letters serve as edible and very tasty table decorations. They go well with the many varieties of snack crackers, too. To make your school letters in delicious spreads, first sketch the outlines of block letters about 7x9 inches on a large tray or sheet of cardboard covered with foil. For the first letter (use your school letter) grind 5 12-oz. cans luncheon meat with 5 large dill pickles. Chill. Shape on outline of first letter, making the spread about two inches high and two inches wide. For the second letter (H) combine 8 7-oz. cans tuna, drained and flaked, 6 chopped hard-cooked eggs, 214 cups mayonnaise and I'/z teaspoons curry powder. Chill. Shape as above. For the third letter (S), combine 10 5-oz. jars pasteurized process cream cheese spread, 2 8-oz. packages softened cream cheese and i cup chopped stuffed olives. Chill. Shape on outline. (Each letter makes 25 servings.) Serve with assorted snack crackers. For the party punch (50 servings), mix 2 6-oz. cans frozen orange juice, thawed; 3 6-oz. cans frozen limeade, thawed; 2 G-oz. cans frozen lemonade, thawed; 1 qt. pineapple juice, 1 pint cranberry juice cocktail, 2 quarts water and a few drops each of red and yellow food coloring. Use this mixture as the base for the punch. To mix punch, use two quarts of base, 1 quart water and 2 quarts gingerale (add gingerale just before serving). BPW'Honors Guests, Mothers; 70 Attend Approximately 70 meml>ere and guests attended the annual Mother and Guest night held by the Logansport Business and Professional Women's club Wednesday evening at the YWCA parlors.. Colorful spring flowers, decorated the entertainnig rooms and the dining room where a covered-dish dinner was served. Small potted plants marked the place of each guest and were given as favors. A tribute to the mothers was ;iven by Mrs. Kathleen Dunkin, •resident; daughters were recognized by Mrs. Fern Brown, retir- ng president; and n welcome ex- .ended to the guests by Miss Ruby smith, corresponding secretary. Bingo was played and duplicate prizes awarded to Mrs. Shirley johning, guest, and Mrs. Lillian ?erry, member. The committee in charge con- isted of the retiring officers: (Irs. Fern Brown, Mrs. Mary Withrow, Mrs. Arlene Little, Mrs. Virginia Beachler, Miss Ruby Jmith and Mrs. Kathleen Dunkin, The next meeting will be a Business session on May 23 at the "lity Building. Aloys Klein, Wife To Celebrate 60th Anniversary May 14 Mr. and. Mrs. Aloys Klein, who have resided at their present home at 1122 Twentieth street for over 53 years, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Monday, May 14, They were married on May 14, 1902, "at St. Vincent's de Paul Catholic church by the Rev. Father P. J. Crossen. Attendants were the late Frances Bush and Nathan Floyd. He was born on Oct. 12, 1877, in Alsace Lorraine, the son nf the late Joseph and Caroline Klein. Mrs. Klein is the former Edith Collins, daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Catherine (Mae) Collins. She was born in Forrest, HI., on Sept. 10, 1881. Mr. Klein is retired from the C. & 0. shops, Peru. Both are members of St. Joseph's Catholic church and are enjoying fairly good health. The couple has two living children: Gertrude Firmani, of 03S Erie avenue, and Donald Klein of 3121 Pottawaltomie road. A son, Eugene, died in infancy. There are six grandchildren anc 14 great-grandchildren. VFW Girls' Units Plan Bake Sale The Junior and Senior Girls' units of the VFW Auxiliary met recently at the .post home with 15 members present at- which time >Ians were discussed for a bake sale in June. Senior unit president, Linda Eloach, presided at the session. A donation of $5 was voted to the lancer Fund. "Happy Birthday" was sung in honor of Rita Corcoran who celebrated her 15lh birthday recently. It was reported that 11 girls par. ticipated in the Loyalty Day parade. The door prize was won by Kay Winn and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be May 16 with the junior unit officers presiding. EIGHTH FAIRVIEW Plans for the final party of the year were made during the session of the Eighth Fairview Y- Teens held 'at the YWCA annex with Phyllis Winter, president, in charge. The group discussed plans for a skating party on Wednesday, May 16, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Each girl is to bring a sack lunch. Drink will be furnished. Complete protection for your winter woolens. . .Stop in at Sunshine Cleaners 433 Front St. 507 JE. (Broadway Or Phone 4222 For 'Complete Information We also store furs of all kinds Read the Want Ads! alvary Circle 5 Hears Plans For Banquet May 28 Plans for the Association's Mother-Daughter banquet May 28 were announced at the Thursday evening meeting of Circle 5 of the Calvary Presbyterian church at the church dining room. Reservations for the banquet are to be made by May 25, Mildred Ross presided and opened with prayer. There were 21 members in attendance. During the business meeting, gifts for the group's Christmas project were displayed. Edith Schwalm offered, devotions and Grace Purkey led the discussion period. The Mizpah was given in closing. Refreshments were served during the social hour by the hostess es, Charlotte Jox, Grace Kinney and Helen Railsback. • Beautiful Summer Handbags • Nettie Rosenstein Perfumes and Colognes • Summer Costume Jewelry • Sheffield Watches • Summer Millinery GIFT for MOTHER or the GRADUATE BROWNIE SlWntte/b OUTFIT Electric-eye camera outfit ... at low, low cost! SPECIAL REDUCED GIFT PRICE . from $28.75 22 tick Jr ilm 524 E. Broadway Phone 4444 ANOKA WSCS MEETS Fifteen members of the Anoka WSCS convened at the home 01 Katharine Smith recently with Tuanita Waddups as assislan lostess. Florence Jones opened the meet .ng with prayer and reported 203 Bible chapters read. A short me morial service was held for Bon nie Washburn. Several Mother's Day stories were read. Three offices were filled with the following nominated: promotion secretary, Mae Closer; spiritual life secretary, Florence Jones; and reporter, ora Gugle. Margaret Turnpaugh gave the was read from Sherry Dielman for the flowers sent to her during her hospitalization. Tho new committees for the coming year were announced asfollows: Social, Betsy Corcoran, chairman, Judy Neumann and Peggy Murphy; program; Sharon Taylor, chairman, Carolyn Walker; publicity, Sherry Dielman; calling, Carolyn Johnson; ways and means, Sallie Henry, chairman, Marilyn Adams; service, Annette Cooper, chairman, Barbara PfafE and Bonnie Freltinger; historian and scrapbook, Betty Yoder; bud. get, Myra Seybold, chairman, Di- • ane Yerkes: cards and flowers, Carolyn Walker; Beta Pal, Myra Seybold. A summer outing was discussed and Su/iday, June 1'-, was set for the event. Further plans will e annour.jed by the new social ommitlee. A tentative date was set for the [other's Day banquet. Formal installation of officers 'as conducted as follows: Diane ferkes, president; Marilyn Adms, vice-president; Myra Sey- old, treasurer; Sherry Dielman, ecording secretary; Carolyn Valker, corresponding secretary. The Ritual of the Badge was onducted for Bonnie Fretlinger, 'eggy Murphy and Sherry Diel- lan in an impressive candlelight ervice. Gifts were presented to Caroyn Walker, retiring president and be chapter's "Girl of the Year." The door prize, a centerpiece if pale blue carnations and pink osebuds, was won by Sherry Jielman. Refreshments were ser- r ed by the hostess. closing prayer were served, and refreshfents COMBINED MEETING A joint installation of officers wr.s featured Tuesday evening at he annex by the Fairview, Lincoln and Riley Eighth grade Y- Teens. Nearly 100 persons attend- ng with mothers as guests. Phyllis Winter, president of Fair view Y-Teens, opened the meeting and devotions were offered by Sharon Perry, president of Lincoln Y-Teens. The program was opened by Barbara Martin, president of the Riley group. All three clubs participated in a skit of Pocahontas which was narrated by Betty Spei lei. The program was directed bj Mrs. Herbert Rice, mother ad visor. Installation was held for new officers as follows: presiden Hathy Carney; vice - presiden Betty Carr; secretary, K a t h Kniesly; treasurer, Sue Conrad and inter-club members, Lind, Fissel and Susan Thomas. Refreshments were s e r v e c Other mother advisors attendin^ were: Mrs. John Martin, Mrs Jack Thomas, Mrs. Jack Diomp and Mrs. Forrest Montgomery. MySincere Thanks To the voters who made possible my nomination for Township Assessor. Agnes Chase Five tables were in play at the 'hursday evening meeting of the Vomen's Duplicate Bridge club at he YWCA. 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