Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1962 · Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune 'Salad Making' Lesson Set For Carroll Leaders Mrs. Fred McCain, Carroll county HD president, and Elaine Kull, Carroll county HD agent, will conduct a lesson on "Salad Making" for Carroll HD leaders Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the Delphi REMC. Each project leader is asked lo bring her favorite salad and its recipe. The recipes will be compiled for later distribution- to all . club members. . - The following points will be "stressed in the lesson: more at" 'tractive new combinations of veg- .etables; recipes that have com- .mon ingredients; different dressings with or without mayonnaise; ' 'low calorie dressings; and any other favorite recipes that have .'-common ingredients. ;- The salads will serve as a basis -'for a noon'luncheon. '• Lutheran Women - Discuss Topic ;' United Lutheran Church Women - ;of St. Luke's church met Wednes". day evening with Mrs. Oscar ; Homburg at which time members '. were reminded of the central con" -ference meeting May 23 at Cicero, ;Ind. '' The topic, "Trends in Social ', -Ministry to Children and Youth," - was presented by Mrs. Pearl - ;Jones assisted by members. ' Mrs. Koy Fisher, president, of- Jered devotions. Refreshments - were served by the hostess. The ". June meeting will be with Mrs. - Laurel Reed. ;'; SOCIETY •' The Mariners class of the West ' Broalway Presbyterian church ;. 'will hold a barbecue supper Sat• ;urday evening at 6:30 o'clock at '. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 'Price, of 1303 High street. : -•&' • A mother-daughter party will ;'.be staged at the Lockport Con- -'gregational Christian .church Sat ' urday evening at 8 'o'clock. A ; 'musical prelude will begin at 7:45 -.o'clock. Those attending are to ", bring a sala.d. Crackers, beverage ;.'and table service will be pro• vided. :.- -•&•;• The 'Florence Nightengale study •C'club will hold a dinner meeting , next Tuesday evening at. 6:30 ^"o'clock at the Gourmet. Reserva '.,tions are lo be made by Saturday >with Mildred Ross anl jMary Orr. ;-.All registered, nurses are invitee -to attend. HEAR GUEST ARTIST '•'. Thirty-five members and guests ^of the Logansport unit of Indiana /Hairdressers and Cosmetologists '..convened for the regular monthly •meeting when Con Hearrold ; was • the guest artist. ;' He presented -blackboard work -with everyone participating anc "also showed the comb-out ol "Kathy Kain's current trend hair style. ;: The accomplishments of the .committee for work at hospitals • were given by Lucy Powlen, The meeting adjourned by the -president, Bill Wright. News and Views By Mary D'Andrea A strange new malady has swept 'the Pharos-Tribune news- ropm. , x . Indications point to the possibility ; "that it may spread to epidemic proportions and contaminate anyone who comes in contact with the infected. ' The demise of a manufacturing industry may also be at stake. What is' it? Well, we. call it "smokitis" or an insane dislike for cigarettes. It seems a certain reporter (a veteran smoker) suddenly decided to give up-the habit. After informing the staff of his decision, he threw, away his cigarettes. THEN IT BEGAN. The next day. another joined him. and then another. We realized an epidemic had.broken out. They'd give the business a bad name. After all, a newspaperman without a cigarette is like a front page without headlines. True, the smog has cleared up. You now can see 1 who's been sitting on the other side of the office all this time; (Hi there,. Gleason Kistler.) There are fewer dirty ash trays brimming with smelly butts. There's no more bumming for a cigarette "until I can get .put to buy some." Now we have several gum-chewers and lemon-drop kids. Life-savers clutter every desk. Pop bottles and coffee cups are everywhere. Empty pastry bags from many,, many sweet rolls block the view. These members of smokers anonymous have traded their smokes for extra padding. AND NERVOUS PEOPLE! You never saw' the like. Every, time the smokers light up, these tortured souls jump a mile. We're seriously thinking of putting up nets in case they decide to climb the walls. The best part is the talk. They sound like oversized matrons' talking about their diets. "I'm hungry all the time. . ." "The worst time for me is after that first sip of coffee in the morning. .'." "I've been going to bed early so I 'won't'have the urge for a cigarette. . ." "Put out that cigarette. I can't stand the smell. . ." "Nervous? Who's nervous? What are you? Some'kind of a nut? I'm NOT nervous. . ." ONE SAYS HE GAVE UP the Habit jiisl to see if he could do it. But now he doesn't know what to do with' his hands'. So he bites his nails. Another says I've got a cold. (For three weeks!) Yet another says the habit is just too expensive. (You don't HAVE to smoke three packs a day.) l-wonder where it will all end. Today they started complaining about 'a "slight" gain around the middle. That can only, lead, to another phas_e, "dielitis." I can see it all now. No coffee. No pop. .No lunch. No lemon drops. NO WATER. We'll have to set up intravenous feeding units to keep them alive during working hours. One fell by the wayside today, though. He bummed a cigarette. I just gave him a dirty look. It's a lot easier than saying, ''I told you so." ON THE LOCAL SCENE—Alice-Hanley has received the big job of general chairman of the annual Business and Professional Women's convention May 25-27 at French Lick. Good luck. . .Two happy members of Delta Chi Sigma sorority, Elaine Parvis and Ruth Kelly, are anxiously awaiting June 10 when they will depart on the tnp of a lifetime. . .they're delegates In the sorority's international convention to -be held in the world's most popular city—Seattle, Wash., scene of the World's Fair. . .have fun, girls. ' MRS. DAVID LOE, president, of Who's New Club, reports that this year's card party will have an added attraction—a salad bar. . .The event is scheduled for May_^23, 1 p.m., at the YWCA annex. . .in charge of arrangements'" are Mrs. Charles Clark, Mrs. Norman Dunsizer, Mrs. .Peter Eckert, Mrs. Robert Heiden, Mrs. John Knoy, Mrs. Herbert Fromm, Mrs. Richard Mote, Mrs. Robert Lewis, Mrs. Frank Coons, Mrs, Titus Link and Mrs. William Weaks.... FOUR LOCAL PSI IOTA XI members are looking forward to the weekend of May 25-27 when they will attend the sorority's national convention on the campus of Indiana University. Delegates are Mrs. Douglas Norzinskay and Mrs. Donald Lutes ,with Mrs. Robert White and Mrs. Charles Kingery also planning to attend. . , SIGN OF WEATHER TO COME .— This unseasonable heat wave .really means something—like snow on Memorial Day. rain on the Fourth of July. . .cloudy skies every day of your vacation. . .sleet on Labor Day. . .and. . .an "unseasonably"' warm Christmas. Buy for now. ". ..... SPRING SPECIALS FOR A LIMITED TIME ONIY Upholstery Fabrics Nylons -jlf Cottons Linens -jUr Tweeds -^- Imported Tapestrie Damasks •£ Needlepoints. VAtUES HO $16.50 PER YD. $4-95 NOW s ~ TO .95 1 Group Scotch Guarded Nylon Regular $17.50 Per Yarr» MOW $12.50, FPER YARD YARDS AND YARDS OF DRAPERY FABRICS VAU»ES TO $3.95 YD. NOW $1.00 YD, AND $1.50 YD. /""{"*; v i "ft- XWfk'* ''»>/ r ""V '' rf " THE GRAY-MILL co OPEN lEVENtNCrSfiYAWOINTMENfT AND /AiLliDAY WEDNESDAY ' 1302 E. BROADWAY PHONE 2218 riba!'Trolls.Girl Scout Council Hears Cookie' Sale Report The May meeting of the Tribal 'nails Girl Scout Council was icld recently in the Civic Center I, Gree'ntown, Following the opening ceremd y, Mrs. Allan Thornton of Wa 'ash presented (he highlights of ie Council's plans for 1963, Maor emphasis will be placed on jrepa'ring for the program change s presented by National Head- uarters, with particular empha- is on. .the retraining of the 1000 egistered Girl Scout adults in the Council".. and interpreting the h'ange to the public.: Council Treasurer Mrs. Joe Kendall, of' Kokomo, reported lat 8000-more boxes of'cookies •ere sold than last year. She re- xirted that after refunds to roops at the rate of five cents box sold, the Council profit was 5500. This money, by Council 'olicy, can be used only for capi- al development and $4000 has 5een allocated to the Camp De- •eloprnent Fund and $1500-to the Contingency Fund. The annual perating budget of the-Council s entirely financed by federated und drives in the seven counties f the Council's jurisdiction. In ive'of the seven counties., Tribal Vails Council is a participating igency of the United Fund. Following the business meet- ng a panel of volunteers and p'ro- essional staff answered questions rdm the members. Attending this major Girl Scout meeting from Logansport were Vfarquise Tilton, District Chair- nan; Ruth ' Bamnann, Finance '•hairman; Marjorie Mcllwain and Joy Applegale, delegates. Cheerful Helpers Convene at Church The Cheerful Helpers class of he Broadway EUB church met Wednesday evening at the church with Maud Priesthoff and Ethel Stafford as hostesses.. Mrs. Flora Smith offered devo- ions, roll call w.as taken, dues were collected and the secretary- reasurer reports given. Alia Hyman gave the .closing prayer. There were '13 members ind two guests, Mrs. Sterner and Mrs. Haimbaugh, present. Refreshments and contests were enjoyed during the social hour with Mrs. Blanch Huffman and VTrs. Stafford- winning .prizes. Myrtle Mullendore won the door >rize,. Honorary Mothers Ian June Picnic Honorary members of th Third Mothers study club mel Tuesday evening with .Mrs. Gladys Whiteman. Games were enjoyed after the short business meeting with prizes ;ojng to Mrs. Adelaide Watts fes. Ethel Young and Mrs. Meri>ah Kraut. The next meeting will be a picnic at the home of Mrs. Kraut Pqttawattomie Point, Mrs. Luella 3owyer". assisted the hostess. Thursday Evening, May 17. 1C63 MIGRANT'COMMITTEE MEETS-/— Several members of the Migrant Committee of jthe.:Logansport Council of United Church Women convened Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. Paul Ruschkofski to'dis'cuss plans-for committee work and to hear the Rev. W. J. Briggs, of Kokomo, who is organizing the Migrant committees in councils throughout the stale. Seated^ left to .right, are Mrs. R, V. ,Palmer,' Rev. Briggs, Mrs'. Bruce Stuart, Mrs. Edna Sims, and Mrs. Paul Morton, being served by Mrs. Berncll Combs, left, and Mrs. Ruschkofski. The purpose of.the migrant committee, which is the State project for the Council of Church Women, is to assist migrant workers in local areas. . A film.on "The Migrant Worker" has been made available for two weeks to churches in the local Council and interested parties may contact Mrs, Ruschkofski, phone 3853, for information concerning its showing. (Staff Photo.) Fourth Mothers' Install Officers An installation of new officers highlighted the Wednesday noon luncheon feeling of the Fourth Mothers stuly club staged at the Ben Hur.. Joan Mucker;'a past president, conducted the installation for the following officers: LaVonne Gust, president; Marilyn Malott, vice- president; Audeen Baker, treasurer; and Martha Discher, record- luncheon meeting of the Fourth A "Vacation" theme' was featur- ed with tables decorated with souvenirs, nut cups in the form of suitcases snd' place, cards of hobo sacks. > The committee' in charge was comprised of Ann VanBriggle, Kalherine Greene, Ruth Gifford, Dorothy Brinkruff and Katharine Yoder. •' . ' . Husband's Night will be featured at the next meeting on May 23 when a 6:30 p.m. i supper will be served at the 50-17th street hall. Read the Want Ads! „•• HALO' N«w"HAlO"jettir,g, new ihaping of ring and v/edding ring. New slim, sleek, styling,' new unbelievable beauty.. Availabre iln 14 KARAT GOLD White or Yellow from ,00 '60 and up FERNBAUCH'S Jewelry Store 416 €. (Broadway The Traditionalist . . . 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Sizes 30 to 38. PLAYTIME SANDALS to tojs answer Wxs call to summer lun y«r ore still priced to picosc. Cushioned platform .and smooth crepe sots, Wi Write and boms $1.99 and $2.99 "America's Greatest Shoe Values" 404 JE. 'Broadway

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