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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tuesday Evening, May 15, J.963 Entree For Bride V Shower '. If you're planning a . supper shower for a June bride, try a menu with foods that require ; a minimum of last-minute preparation • so that the event can be fun for the hostess too. ' A novel choice for an entree for the shower I is Chicken Olive Newburg with Corn Flake • Mushroom Topping. The shower motif is carried out by the border of mushrooms that form' a circle of miniature "umbrellas." The trick to • keeping the mushrooms upright, so they resem- . ble umbrellas, is to cook them only'until soft' ened, then stick wooden picks into the mush-. room stems and tuck the other end of the pick into the casserole. Complete the menu with tossed avocado, grapefruit, and lettuce salad, frosty fresh strawberries and pineapple compote with crisp oat-' meal refrigerator cookies. Plentiful chicken makes this casserole a popular choice with budget-wise homemakers. The chicken can be cooked a day ahead, if desired. The Newburg can be'prepared ahead of • serving and kept hot ir the top of a double boiler. Shortly before serving time, lightly brown ' the corn flakes, cook the mushroom umbrellas, '" assemble the Newburg ir, a hot casserole and your "piece de resistance' is ready. , • A gracious gesture for the hostess is to share the recipes used in the supper shower menu. Perhaps the other guests could each bring a favorite recipe, labeled with the donor's name. Then the bride can recall with pleasure memories of her friends when she tries her hand' at food preparation. CHICKEN OLIVE NEWBURG 1 stewing chicken (4 to 5 pounds) cut in pieces 6 to 8 celery leaves-or Vt cup chopped celery 1 medium onion, sliced ZVt teaspoons salt 1 tablespoon parsley flakes Vi teaspoon pepper % teaspoon rosemary, optional Vt teaspoon marjoram, optional lYz cups water 1 pound large fresh mushrooms % cup butter or margarine 1/3 cup flour 1 cup half and half (milk and cream) 1 cup (4 ounce) shredded Cheddar cheese % cup sliced ripe olives 3 tablespoons diced pimicnto 1 package (10 ounce) frozen peas, cooked and drained 1 tablespoon sherry, optional 4 cups corn flakes Combine in large covered pan the chicken, celery leaves, onion, 3 teaspoons salt, parsley flakes, pepper, rosemary, marjoram, and water. Cover, simmer gently until chicken is lender, about l'/i hours. Strain chjcken broth; remove excess fat. Add water to "stock as needed to make 2 J /£ cups liquid. Remove meat from bones, leaving it in large chunks. Wash mushrooms; slice half and saute in J 4 cup butter or margarine until soft. Blend in flour and remaining y 2 teaspoon salt. Add chicken broth and water; cook, stirring constantly until thickened. Add half and half (milk and cream) and cheese; stir until cheese is melted. Add olives, pimiento, peas, and chicken; heat, stirring carefully as needed. Stir in sherry. Melt Vi cup butter or margarine in large fry pan. Add corn flakes; toss lightly to coat and lightly brown. Saute whole mushrooms in remaining ^ cup butter or margarine. Spread ] /£ of corn flakes evenfy, over bottom of heated 2-quart shallow casserole; top with chicken mixture and sprinkle remaining corn flakes around inside edge of casserole. Stand mushrooms upright around edge of dish. Yield: 8 servings. CHICKEN NEWBURG TOPPED WITH MUSHROOM "UMBRELLAS" IS AN IDEAL ENTREE FOR A BRIDE'S SUPPER SHOWER. Auxiliary Honors Mothers at Party The annual Mother's Day party was staged recently by the American Legion auxiliary unit 60 at Memorial home. Slides on Africa were shown by, Alice Spahr and door prizes of potted geraniums were awarded to Helen Proctor and Alice Spahr. Bess Hickman, chaplain, recited a poem about mothers. Mrs. Charles Miller announced that poppy days will be May 2627. All members are urged to assist with this sale. It was also stated that the District meeting will be June 13 at Camden. Lime punch and assorted cookies were served from a lace-covered table decorated with lilacs. Serving on the committee were Doris Cowell, Charlene Haley, Ruby Gottschalk, Dortha Andrews, Nell Bradfield, Eva Kasch, Bess Hickman, Merle Fissel and Lelah Stephens. Memorial services will be held at the next meeting on May 24. Zeta Tau Chapter Holds Installation New officers were installed and a bakesale was held during the recent meeting of Zeta Tau chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority conducted at the home of LaNita Llewellyn, 1815 Silver street. The opening ritual was led by Judy Phillips, president, and during the business session Susie Harrison gave the treasurer's account and collected dues and money for the award and style show. The president also read correspondence and installed the new officers. They are: president, Eileen Quinn; vice-president, Marlene Reichard; recording secretary, Barbara Schroder; corresponding secretary, Susie Mordenti; City Council, Joan Rolewicz and Ann Buzbee, representatives, and Dawn Boyd, alternate. The hostess was in charge of the bake sale. The next meeting will be a picnic on May 24 at the .home of Barbara Schroder, Burrows. Members are to bring hot dogs, buns and a covered dish. SENIOR TROOP 133 Discussions on various coming events were held during the recent session of the Senior Girl Scout troop 133 held at Camp Wildwood. Minka Daugherty, president, opened the session. Coming activities discussed included: senior Girl Scout Rally at Camp Kokl wanee on June 2: South Trails Neighborhood meeting on May 16 at 6:30 p.m.; training program aid 'bars this summer; and new members. The group practiced German, Spanish and French languages with the use of recordings. Any girl from 14 to 17 years of age interested .in becoming a Senior Scout is welcomed to attend the next meeting of the troop'on May 24 from 5:30 to 7:30. Those 'attending are asked to bring a sack lunch. Drink will be furnished by the leaders. McKINLEY BROWNIES The brownies of troop 269 entertained their, mothers, at a. Hawaiian luau Saturday at McKinley School. Guests were seated on the floor in Hawaiian style when they were served Hawaiian punch and sheshkababs. The Brownies pre sented colorful leis and potted plants to their mothers. The story of the Brownies was given in pantomime, followed with hula-hula dance. New Psi lota Xi President Assumes Office At Meeting Mrs. Douglas Norzinskay L. sumed her office as president of Psi Iota Xi sorority at the Monday evening business meeting at the home of Mrs. William Jones. Mrs. Jack Fairman, retiring president, conducted the final business meeting of the current year. Mrs. Charles Erickson, Jr., gave the secretary's report, Mrs. George Kiesling, the treasurer's account; and Mrs. Norzinskay read correspondence. It was reported that Miss Ethel Brown, a local high school junior, has been awarded a scholarship to attend Purdue University's pre- college institute for students interested in speech and hearing therapy, to be held in July. Visitation day for sorority members will be July 19., The clinic.is an. annual national project of the sorority. Mrs. Fairman presented the gavel to Mrs. Norzinskay who will serve as chapter president during the coming year. She presented Mrs. Fairman with a past president's pin 'and thanked her for her excellent leadership as president. Mrs. Norzinskay and Mrs. Donald Lutes, corresponding secre* tary, will attend the National convention May 24-26 at Indiana University. Also attending will be Mrs. Robert White and Mrs. Charles Kingery. A party will be held Monday, May 28, at the.home of'Mrs. Verner Hedlund, Chase Road. Assisting her will be Mrs. Mark Smith, Mrs. Ronald Barnes and Miss Maryellen Mull. JR. HOMEMAKERS Various demonstrations were presented at the Jr. Homemakers 4-H meeting held at the Broadway Methodist church with Linda Sailors, president, in charge. Roll call was taken and the minutes were read by Doris Pinney. .Enrollment cards were turned in and a committee was selected for a picnic. The president gave an account of the junior leaders meeting and demonstrations were given as follows: Sherry, Kuns and "Rita Bell on photography;; Gail Bennett on photography composition;, and Pat eazenby on preparing a first aid kit. . An interesting health and safety talk on-'Dos'and Don'ts.of ; Power Mowers';' was presented by Ann Lyoni She stated that a goodfdo is to , know how to operate a power mower before using ti. The 4-H pledge was led by Sherry Kinder and refreshments were served to: 19 members and one guest. Recreation was in charge of Gail Bennett and Sherry Kinder. Sigma Phi Gamma Stages Dinner In Honor of Mothers A showing of the latest millinery styles highlighted the annual Mother - Daughter dinner staged by Sigma Phi Gamma sorority Monday evening at the Ben Sur. Mrs. Owen Oldham narrated the show which featured hats from Dlsen's. Models were the Misses Lori and Ellen Warner, Debbie Tinkle, Carol Smith, Paula Shanks, Becky Hupp, Linda Bridenbaugh, Linda Smith, Linda "/ape and Mrs; Kenneth Oldham, Mrs. Edna Oldham, Mrs. Dean Warner, Mrs. Charles Erickson, Mrs. John Rice and'Mrs. Wayne Young. Special entertainment was also presented by Mrs. Jack Cotner and daughter, Marcia Lou, who pantomimed and danced to the record, "Johnny Jingo." A comedy skit, "A Hat for Every Occasion," was presented by Mrs. 3wen Oldham. Mrs. Young gave the .invocation 'or the dinner..and Mrs. Kenneth 31dham acted as toastnilgtress. jfuests were welcomed '•% Mrs. Cotner, president, and Mrs. Flor- mce.Booher gave the response. Mrs. Allen Sauers, sorority patroness, was also introduced. Tables were decorated with pink :apers and the main centerpiece was an arrangement of pink carnations. Places were marked with program books in the shape of .avendar and white hats. Favors were bottles of, cologne. Miss Tinkle and Mrs. Erickson won tha- door prizes. The committee included: Mrs. Kenneth DIdham, chairman; Mrs. Young, Mrs. Warner and 'Mrs; Owen Oldham. Women of Moose Conduct Initiation Ina Sutton and Helen Rodkey were initiated at : the Monday evening meeting'of the Women of the Moose, conducted by. senior regent, Margare'tt, -McCartney,"' at the Moose hall:' ' Balloting was conducted for Helen Huddleston and approved. - There were 18' members and one guest, graduate regent Virginia Meredith,. of':,0jtawa, HI., present. Margaret 'Fissel won the attendance .prize. Read the Want Ads! EtEGANTJJY iBEAUTIFUl FABRICS For Members of the Wedding • Satin Brocades • Peau De Soie • Silk Organza • Eyelet Organdy • Nylon Organdy • Eyelet Bastite • laces From 98c Yd. Barber's Sewing Supplies Open As Usual During Remodeling 318 E. BROADWAY Social Calendar TUESDAY 6:30 p.m.— Cass county Woman's Republican club, Memorial home. 7 p.m. Jr. D. of I.'s, K. of C. hall. 7:30 p.m.— Honorary members,- Third Mothers study club, Mrs. Gladys Whiteman, 833 West Linden, 8 p.m.— Fidelity chapter 58, OES, Masonic Temple. WEDNESDAY 9 a.m.— Second Mothers study club, Mrs. Jay Thompson 712 East Broadway. 1:30 p.m.— Clymers WSCS, Laura Galloway. 1:30 p.m Salem WSCS, Mrs. Fred Smith, 511 Tanguy. 2 p.m.— Friendship class, at Market street Methodist church. 2 p.m.— Dorcas class, Mrs. Charles Whiteman, 826-19th. Tri Kappa Plans Pledging June 11 At Eckert Home Several reports were made at the Monday evening business, meeting of Tri Kappa sorority a.t the home of Mrs. E. L. Partridge. i Announcement was made that the pledging will be conducted June 11 at the home of Mrs. Russell Eckert instead of'the home of Mrs. Joseph Bean., .. , ; A reminder was read concerning the Province 7 convention at 'Fowler. Mrs. Richard -Doles, reported on the dance'and Mrs.: B. J. Adkins announced the Bridge- A-Rama 'results. , Mrs, Ed Troy, scholarship chairman, reported . im the... ,art judging she attended.at,.the,John Herron Art Institute.'. She -was • ac- .companied by. .Rita Moore, a high, school student-being sponspred by the sorority. :••;• ; /• ' • Members 'were reminded of the open house at Hendricks. HabiU-. tation Center and a preliminary report on the-chicken-and'tioodle supper was'..given......',..-.. South..Tr.QrL Girl Scouts Plan Supper The South Trail Neighborhood of the Tribal Trails--Girl Scout Council will hold a carry-in family supper Wednesday evening-at 6:30 o'clock at'Camp Wildwood. . A display of troop: activities! will jalsp.Jbej' 'featured Mrs Geoige 'Voglun*is in charge of food and Mrs. ;John Mcllwam, displays. All neighborhood scouts and their 'families are invited TAXES? Get CASH fo pay-faxes end. other «<- .sessmantj—on just your.own signature\a'rid security. LOANS UP TO $500 to both m*n ond women. Com* In or pAone ui today for tht amount you ntcd. ,, TODAY! ! \ Phone 6116 'i* State CWF Head To Speak At May- Brunch Wednesday Mrs, ; H. I. Ruddick, of Elkhart, president of the Indiana CWF, will be 'guest speaker; at the May brunch of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the,, Ninth street Christian church Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Ruddick is former president 'of the Indiana Council of Church Women and former first vice-president of the International Convention of, Christian churches. She will speak on world missions and show slides of the missionary work she witnessed on a world tour. Places shown will include Africa, India, the Philippines, Japan! and Korea. She has announced , the "Sweaters for Hong • Kong"' will be the special service' project for the Indiana CWF from July to December. Mrs, Keith Oben : chain and Mrs. R.'.J.-Morrical are. in- Charge of arrangements for the., event.. . for proms, weddings, etc. REHMS MEN'S WEAR 405 E. Broadway Phone 3273 Martha Layton Feted at Shower Martha Layton, bride-elect of Louis Bender, was honored at a bridal shower recently at the home of Hessie Beaver with Irene Beaver assisting. The gift table was centered with a miniature bridal couple and wedding bells. Pink, blue and white decorations accented the door and archways. Individual cakes, iced tea and mints were served to the MIow- ing guests: Lula Long, Bonnie Henderson, Nellie Smith, Ida Brewer, Irene Beaver, Stella Willems, Betty Overmeyer, Jan Bender, Helen Murphy, Vickie Bender, Margaret Stuart, Mary Barr, Ann Smith and Frances McLaughlin. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Emma Webber, Sarah Rule, Mabel Collins, Zelda and Earline Bague, JeaneHe Bender, Tina Miller, Roxy Allison, Frances Miller, Margaret Helvie, Edie Reeser and Ida Mae Vernon. HARRISON ID) CLUB Past Presidents will be honored by the Harrison township HD club during a meeting Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Lucerne school. Mrs. Farancis Bridge will give devotions and a lesson on herbs and spices will be featured. Roll call response will be "my favorite flower," and Edna ..Stevens, Mildred Remley and Helen Harvey will be hostesses^ SOCIETY Twelve Mile chapter 557, OES, will hold a slated meeting Thursday evening 'at 7:45 o'clock at the Masonic hall. The entertainment committee includes Miss Edna Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Offa Pickering, Mrs. Jeanne Grable, Mr. and Mrs. Harold James, Mrs. Blanche. Martin, Mr. 'and Mrs. William Murden and Mrs. Alice Abel. -&Daughters of American Past Councilors club will meet at the home of Lelah McCain Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Members are to bring prizes. There will be a covered dish supper Thurday evening at 6:30 o'clock at Memorial home. Members are to bring table service and prizes. A good attendance is desired as plans will be made to attend the State session to be held June 12-14 at Indianapolis. -#Deer Creek War Mothers, unit 96, will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Stella Fouls. -£First Mothers study club will hold installation of officers Thurs. day evening at 6:15 o'clock at (he Ben Hur. A dinner will be featured. -#Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the IOOF hall. Supreme Shrine reports will be given and mothers honored. Officers are to wear formals. -&Adams township HD club will entertain the Bethlehem township HD club Thursday noon with a dinner at the community building. Shiloh CWF will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Ida Meyer as hostess at the church. Rev. Elliott Garner will present the lesson. The roll call Bible word is "patience." fe Mothers of World War 2, unit 18, will hold a mother-daughter dinner Friday noon at Memorial home. Members are to bring a covered dish and table service for herself and a guest, and a 25-cent game p'ri/.«, -£Ethel Stafford and Maud Priest- hoff will entertain the Cheerful Helpers class of the Broadway EUB church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church fellowship hall. -&Alpha ^appa clwpter, Tau Phi Lambda, Supreme Forest Woodmen circle, and Alpha Alpha Omi- con Alnmni will hold the annual mother-daughter banquet Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at Purcell's dining room. -£The GIA Social club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with .Mrs. C. R. Messorly, 1931 High street. Daily newspapers contained a total of 697.7 million lines of classified advertising last year, reports Media Records in their 52 City Index. / DR.O.L.BRAUN Rug. 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