Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1962 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 17, 1962
Page:
Page 11
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 11 article text (OCR)

Thursday Evening, May-17, 198? Fidelity Chapter Plans Dedication, Open House May 26 A Mother's Day program and plans for an open house, celebrating the dedication of the new alternate ' chapter room, highlighted the called meeting of Fidelity chapter No. 58 held Tuesday evening. The meeting opened in.ritualis- tic form with Belva Wilson presiding in the East. Initiation was conducted for four candidates. The worthy matron honored all .mothers present with a poem, followed with a song, "Mother," presented by Stewart Gordon, organist, and Louise Hardin, soloist. The oldest mother attending, Geneva Messerly v and the youngest mother, June Munson, were introduced and presented with gifts from the chapter. Small gifts from the chapter were also presented to the other mothers. A song was sung in their honor and Charles Fellow recited a peom, "Home". Those hawing birthdays during the past month were recognized as also were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fellers who were celebrating their 16th wedding anniversary. Mr. Fellers was also • observing Ms birthday. The worthy matron 'thanked Mary Dillman and Frances Hankee, who were pro-terns /or the evening. Ailce Long, chairman of the ways and means committee, announced that the dale for rummage sale must be changed from May 19 to sometime in June. Although a definite date has not been set,',contributions of work and clothing will be appreciated. Those having articles may contact one of the committee members: Norma Boeugher, Catherine Herd, Kathryn Lane or Alice Long. Announcement was made of the dedication of the new alternate chapter room set' for Saturday, DR.O.t.BRAUN 1 Keg. Podiatrist , Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Offieo 314 North St." LOG AN SPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays—Frio'ayi 9.4:30 REMODELING SPECIAL musPFAFF ZIG-ZAG NOW ONLY COMPLETE W!TH TRAVEL CASE HO CAMS • HO DISCS • NO ATTACK. MENTS NEEDED TO DO THE FOLLOWING: * Makes Buttonholes • Sews Buttons ZIG-ZAG SIIKhet • Scallop Jllt<he» Over Cote Slltchel Iroldf Illnd SlltchM Appllquu Embroider! Rick Rackf Cording SIMthev Straight Stllthei Darns Mendl • F rward & Reverie Convenient Credit Terms , High Trade-In On Your Old Maihln* Free Demonstration BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES "We Service ' What We Sell" 318 E. Broadway RENTAL for proms, weddings, etc. REHMS MEN'S WEAR 405 E. Broadway Phone 3271 May 26. The room will be used by .he Rainbow for Girls, Order of Demolay and other bodies when necessary. The Masonic groups and chapter will join in the open nouse event. Entertainment and a :uest speaker are being planned. Elizabeth Musselman announced that she will make sandwiches in the afternoon and those wishing to assist are to go to the dining room. Refreshments, were served at the close. A stated meeting will be held June 5, followed with a reception in honor of Emma Maudlin, grand representative for South Dakota in Indiana. There will also-be a memorial service. FAIR VIEW Y-TEENS A skating party was held by the Eighth grade Fairveiw Y-Teens Wednesday afternoon. A • sack lunch was held and the' club furnished the drink and admission. Second Mothers Stage Breakfast Twenty-three members and.dight guests of the Second Mothers study club convened for the annual breakfast Wednesday at the home of Mrs. 'Jay. Thompson, 712 E. Broadway. . Fruit cups, coffee ;cake 'and coffee were served preceding the meeting by the committee composed of Mrs. Eugene Smith, Mrs; John Schneider, Mrs. Jon Seltle- myre and Mrs, Carolyn Penn. During the business)' -session, Mrs. Kenneth ' Nelson and Mrs. Rex Hunter were named to the auditing committee. Mrs. Harold Jamison was introduced .as a hew member. The program consisted of solos by Mrs. Don Jamison accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ralph Jones, and a lesson on flower 'arrangements presented by Mrs. .Lacey Moon. She demonstrated the making of centerpieces. Corsages were given to the guests and door prizes were won by Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Robert Woodling, Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and Mrs. Lionel Billman. Guests were Mrs. Ralph Jones, Mrs. Ervin Grove, Mrs., Raymond Penn, Mrs. ,Earrl Jamison, Mrs. Asa Smith, Mrs. John Heckard, Mrs. Nellie Hand and.Mrs. George Fahnstock. • The next; meeting will. feature an installation of officers and summer' party on June 20 at the home of Mrs. Robert Kirkwopd, 824 Mayfair drive. CENTER LADIES AID A Mother's Day theme was used at the Wednesday afternoon, session of the Center Presbyterian Ladies Aid and Missionary society held, at the home of Ida Weaver. Pauline Blackketter, president, presided at the meeting. Opal Burns offering devotions, read two poems in keeping with'Moth- er's Day, and gave a story "The Peasant Girl." ' Social Calendar THURSDAY 6:15 p.m.—First Mothers study club, Ben Hur. 6:30 p.m.—South Trail Neighborhood, Tribal trails Girl Scout Council, ,'••' family supper, Camp Vildwood. • &30 p.m^D. of A.,Memorialhome. • 7 p.m.—Miami township HD club,'. New Wayerly EUB church ,, - ' -' basement. .' ' r 7:30 p.m.—Metea Baptist Missionary society; at church. 7:^0 p.m.—Excel club, Mrs, J. P. Dawson, 3030 Woodland Drive. 7:30 p.m.—Past President Parley, Mrs. NelUBradfield, 1430 North. 7:30 p.m.—Ever Ready circle, Wheatland avenue Methodist church, Mrs. John Donley, 608 Brown. 7:45 p.m.—St. Joseph hospital Auxiliary, at hospital. 7:45 p.m.—Twelve Mile chapter 557, OES, Masonic hall. 8 p.m.—Naomi Shrine No. 9, IOQF hall. • • *. ' FRIDAY Noon—Mothers of World War II,'Unit 18, Memorial home. 1:30 p.m.—Deer Creek War Mothers, Unit 96, Stella Fouts. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven Roll call was answered with a verse containing the word "mother." The secretary's report was given by Maude Tribbett, followed with the lesson on Latin America presented by Mrs. Julia Bower. A report on a Methodist hospital and home in Chicago was submitted by Mary Shields. Refreshments were served (o 13 members and Dala' Taylor closed the-session. ' Friendship Class Plans Anniversary Plans for an anniversary celebration were discussed during the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Friendship class of the Market street Methodist church held in the church parlors. "The Tie-That Binds" was the theme of devotions offered by Mrs. Belle Haas, who also revealed that the class was organized 50 years ago (his June'.Wrs, Edna Messersmith, ^president, led a discussion, concerning plans for the golden anniversary. Following . the secretary-treasurer reports, Carrie Swain, secretary, reported that there was an average of 25 class -members in atlendance on Sunday morning services during the month of April. Get-well cards were signed for Mrs. Minnie Burkharl and Mrs. Hopkins. The thought for the day was given by Mrs. Charlotte Clay and the closing prayer was by Mrs. Ethel Michael. During a social hour, refresh, ments were served by Mrs. Clay, Mrs. Stella Hicks, Mrs. Lula Powlen and Mrs. Fern Swartzlander. The»next meeting is June 20, ST. JOSEPH CLUB An election of new officers was featured by the St. Joseph study club during the recent meeting, held at (he home of M.rie Cline on Poltowattomie road. The Rosary was led by Marie Higgius and during the business session, Anna DeRosa read the minutes and Mary Eisert submitted the treasurer's account, The new officers elected included: president, Marie Biggins; vice-president, Josephine Corso; secretary, Sccvina Perrone; treasurer, Elizabeth Bicker; and reporter, Mary Corso. Refreshments were served. DISCOUNT-SAVING EVERY DAY * Hardware * •*++*+*+*++++*++++*+++**++++++++„ ,„„„„-„ CHILDREN'S SWING SETS $14.88 UP S01ID OAK PORCH SWING'S $9.88 Shovels, Hoes, Rakes-All at Viscount MUM. FOLDING CHAIRS $3.88 ALUM. CHAISE LOUNGE $7.88 COIA COOLERS large size $2.28 GAL. SIZE INSULATED JUG $1.88 SOLID OAK GU1KRS $14.88 POWER MOWERS $42.88 ARMY COTS full size $4.88 SUMMER CAPS 59c TOOLS! TOOLS! TOOLS! HUNDREDS TO OO r CHOOSE FROM OOC UP 20 gal. GALV. GARBAGE CAN 2.49 50' GARDEN HOSE GUARANTEED 3 YDS. 1.69 GRASS SEED 5 fb. bag 99c SHOP THE MODERN WAY... AND SAVE ... SHOP AT i • 'Carrico, where you enjoy the advantages of our 1 Itremendous discounts.. . The see-to-believe-it, surprise of our oustanding selection of quality ' C ' . '•'(.' " [whatever you want for you, for your family...' (from shoe strings to sail boats...from fashions, [to furnishings... you'll find it here, find if] [quickly, and find it at lower than low discount! .prices, ALWAYS! THAT IS OUR STORY HERE IS OUR PROOF! * Automotive * .CHAMPION or AC SPARK P1UGS fQ OVC 'EACH A $1.00 Value TUNE 'UP IGNilTilOiN IS'BT Includes Points Condenser and Rotor ACE OIL FILTERS SAME 50% AND MORE I 14"-4l'S" IW.HITE WAiLJUS-Reg. 4.95 ['SlBT 'Off 4 '. .At Cam'co TURTLE WAX CHROME HATE KIT HEAVY DUTY K °° TRS POLISHING CLOTHS CASITE MOTOR HOMEY CAR CUSHIONS REG BRAKE FLUID $1 "I° TYPE A TRANSMISION FLUID LOGANSPORT S ONLY COMPLETE DISCOUNT CENTER SERVE YOURSELF AND SAVE 30 to 50 REPEAT OF A SiLlOUT [Alum. Folding Chairs $3.88 < (Alum. Folding Lounge $7.88 BOAT OWNERS SPECIALS 15 GAL Gl GAS CAN A $4.1* VAllUB 2.48( 'BOAT WINffiH TA°P. u REG. •* *,10.50/. 6 FT. ALUMS BOAT HOOK ££ 3.19 (BOARDING LADDER ALUM. 1 STEP •» JLQ FOtDAWAY * ••* ' I SKI TOW MIRRORS WIDE REG. VIEW $£.9i 5.991 .BOWLIGHTS A $3.95 VALUE I ADJ. STERNLIGHT 'TRAILER LIGHT VISIT CARRICOS DISCOUNT FURNITURE AND APR LIANCE DEPARTMENT PROVE IT YOURSELF THAT "NOBODY - BUT NOBODY UNDERSELLS CARRICO!" —j^^^^^^—^^^—^^j^^^—^^—^^^^^^^^^^—^^^^^—^^^^^^—^^^—^—^^^j^^^—^^^^^^—^^—^ ^^^t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^t^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^U^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^f^^^t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l^^^ TREMENDOUS SAVINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS NO PARKING PROBLEMS 9. a.m. -9p.m. Wk. Days 1 p.m. - 7p.m. Sundays SHOP AND COMPARE IN NORTHERN INDIAN AS LARGEST SELF SERVE SHOE DEPT. .ANCHORS I SKI BEITS SENIOR OR JR. SIZE < 'FIBERGLASS WOOD BOAT PADDIES fr~ ALL SIZES AT DISCOUNT , FAMOUS SURFWOOD SKIS ^/lODE^^ HUNDREDS OF FISHING ITEMS Boys and Mens Canvas Shoes iBAITS-HWES-iTt , All- AT CARRICO DISCOUNT 1 Girls and ladies Hundreds To Choose From 1* 49 3 pr.$4.00 Children* Canvas Ladies Canvas $2.49 * Paint Department * WHITE PAINT $1.49 gal LSMilT 2 GA!L. PER CUSTOMER PAINT PAN AND ROLLER DROP CLOTH AlK'D FLATWAUL PAINT ONE COAT COVERS CARRICO HAS A COMPUTE PAINT DEPT. fVERYTHWG YOU NiED AT TREMENDOUS DISCOUNT PRICES. Health and Beauty Aids * *++**+++>+++**++++' | CARRICO SUPER SPECIALS ; Regular 83c Regubr &3c GLEEM 57cCREST 57c 'Family'Size Family Site j WilTH OOUPOW J CARRICO NpW WAS OlNi OF THE UA«GES!T STOCKS OF HEALTH AWD BEAUTY AIDS IN HjOGANSPORT AIL WEMIS AT DISCOUNT PRICES. ALKA SEITZER TAB. CARRICO P'REll SHAMPOO JOHNSON BABY POWDER NOXEMA POL10GNT UJS. 35-"&nONEY (PIKE" THRIFTW'AY -ft -r-f t -f- Highway 35 South ^ SERVE YOURSELF T Logansport DISCOUNT PRICES

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page