Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 22, 1962 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 22, 1962
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Tuesday Evening, May 22, 1962 THREE-RING CIRCUS—If you're planning a children's party in the future, build a theme around something that appeals lo children of all ages—the circus. Simply mold one quart each of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream in 6-inch round cake pans or cut 2-inch slices from a round half gallon. Arrange on a tiered dish and decorate with animal crackers. The dessert makes about 15 servings. Complete your decor with a clown centerpiece, other circus decorations and plenty of balloons. Give each child a box of animal crackers as .a favor and award small stuffed animals as game prizes. Local Delegation Attends District Convention of VFW The Second District Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxiliary was held Sunday, May 20, in Winamac with several loc;il members attending. Nominations and election of officers were held and heading the Second District of the V.F.W. are ' Commander Earl Roach, Porter, Senior Vice Commander, Wilbur Platt, Rensselaer, Junior 'Vice Commander, Raymond Roach, Logansport, Chaplain, Herman Saubert, Lafayette, Quartermaster, Hershell Barrett, Oxford, Officer- of-the-Day, Dean Winn, Logansport, Guard, .Charliq Scott, State Soldier's Home, Lafayette, and Surgeon, Don Southard, Lafayette. Officers of the Second District Ladies Auxiliary are: President Lillian Webster, Logansport, Senior Vice President, Pauline Kruzick, Winamac, Junior Vice President, Virginia Staley, Rochester, Secretary, Betty Gerlach, Oxford, Treasurer, Evelyn Grogg, Rochester, Chaplain, Nellie Kerns, Monticello. Conductress, Betty Weaver, Oxford, Patriotic Instructor, lona Nicoll, Logansport, Flag Bearer, Melba Huhn, Rensselaer, Banner Bearer, Lucille Lange, Lafayette, Color Bearers, Charlene Davis and Margaret Roach, Logansport, ' Wanda Duggins, Renssclaer, Carolyn Wolfe, Oxford, Guard, Esther Smith, 'Winamac, Musician, Marr Rhody, Logansport, trustees, Phyllis Wolfe, Oxford, Florence Perdue, Rochester, Dora Mae Kellison, Lafayette and Historian, Kathryn Stump, Lafayette. Officers of the VFW were installed by Department Junior Vice Commander, Robert - Jenkins, South Bend and the Auxiliary Officers were installed by Department Representative,. Hazel Sadler, Indianapolis. Commander Earl Roach and President Lillian Webster will be installed at the Department Convention in June with the new Department Officers. Other Distinguished guests were Fifth District Commander and Mrs. Charles Girton, Kokomo, Mrs. Robert Jenkins, South Bend, Department Buddy Poppy chairman, Marguerite Bocian, Indianapolis and Betty Heckart, Indianapolis. Members of the local Post and Auxiliary attending the convention were: Commander and Mrs. David Bair, Mr. and ,Mrs. Al Wei- jner, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roach, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poff, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Win, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooper, Jim Lynas, Eddie Burkett, Lester Hopkins, Jim Williams, Virginia Spurgeon, lona Nicoll, Lillian Webster, Marr Rhody, Dorothea Morehead and Ann Hayworth. SOCIETY Delta Chi Sigma sorority will stage its Mother's Day party this evening at 6:30 o'clock at the YWCA. -£St. Rose of Lima study club of St. Joseph's church will meet with Mrs. Amelia Green, 916 West Wabash avenue, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. —•&— The Logansport Business and Professional Women's club will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the board of works room, city, building, for a business session. -£The Wednesday Niters will meet at the home of Mrs. Floyd Phillipy, Pottawattomie Road, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, -"ft-The Ladies Eagle Booster club will be entertained at a banquet at the Eagles club Thursday evening at fi:30 o'clock. Installation of officers will follow the banquet. Dues for 1962 are payable June 1. j^ Welcome Wagon Lullaby club will hold a mother-daughter and guest night featuring a carry-in supper Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. -£St. Ann's study club of St. Vincent's church will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Olivia Shell, 1128 East Broadway, following 7:30 o'clock services at the church. -*The Paix _club will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of 'Mrs. Vivian Grow, 204 Eel River avenue. ST. VERONICA CLUB Members of the St. Veronica study club convened recently with Mrs. Anna Grusenmeyer -for the final meeting of the season. Following prayer and the pledge to the flag and crucifix, plans were made for a luncheon at the Ben Hur in place of a picnic. The Rosary was recited and refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Grusenmeyer. Tau Phi Lambda Honors Mothers The annual mother-daughter banquet was featured recently at Purcells by Alpha Kappa chapter, Alpha Alpha Omicron chapter,and Ivy Grove No. 41, Tau Phi Lambda of the Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle. As each guest entered she was presented with ,a corsage, i The welcome speech was presented by Mrs. Gertrude Myers, president of Ivy Grove, who also introduced .Mrs. Ann Wells, District State manager. The table was decorated with huckleberry and a yellow pompon bouquet centerpiece. Hostesses were the presidents of the chapters. They were: Mrs. Myers, of Ivy Grove; Mrs. Sue Hatton, o( Alpha Kappa; and Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, of Alpha Alpha Omicron. The door prize was won by Ann Kathy Nethercutt and other prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ruth Bishop, Mrs. Betty Cooley, Mrs. Lillian Nethercutt, Mrs. Kathie Nethercutt, Mrs. Mary Hershberger, Mrs. Ivan Meyer, Mrs. Pat . Garrison, Mrs. Mildred Thomas, Mrs! Laura Boatman and Mrs. Geneva lies. The sorority will meet on June 20 at the home of Phyllis Bean, 628 Twelfth street, and Ivy Grove will convene June 27 at the-home 'of Olive Carey, 716 N. Pearl. .. ' Read the Want Ads! Social Calendar TUESDAY 6:30 p.m:—D. of I.'s, K. of C. hall. 6:30 p.m.—Florence Nightengale study club, Gourmet. 8 p.m.—Diana Temple 30, YWCA, 8 p.m.—Tri L HD club, Mrs. Walter Ward. 8 p.m.—Washington township 49er's HD, hosts Circle 3 and Double Dozen HD clubs, Washington township school. 8 p.m.—Ladies' Auxiliary to VFW,' post home. WEDNESDAY ' 1:30 p.m.—Eel township HD 1, hosts Washington township Cass county HD, 17th street hall. 1:30 p.m.—Clinton township HD, Mrs. Sam Sailors. Deputy President Conducts Inspection Of Jewel Lodge 541 Twenty members and two guests were present for inspection conducted Monday evening by Jewel Rebekah lodge 541 at (he 17th street hall. Miss Eileen Crail, deputy president of district 24 t of Knknmo, conducted inspection of Ihe lodge. Orva 'Henry, noble grand, presided. Miss Crail was introduced, welcomed and given a gift from the lodge. During the regular business meeting, Lillian Smith, Mable Greider, Effie Million, Martha Daugherty and Alice Dyer were reported ill. The noble grand read the Re- bekahs Ten Commandments and Bertha Dixon gave a psalm. The meeting closed with the officers' retiring march. 1 Refreshments were served from a table decorated with a large sunburst of ribbons centered with a bouquet of flowers. The committee included: Nora Marine, Emma Johnson, Lula Powlen, Isabel Rhodes and Gertrude Wilson. VON BORA SOCIETY Arrangements were made to attend the Central Conference meeting May 23 at Cicero during the recent meeting of the Von Bora Missionary., society of St. Luke's Lutheran' church at the home of Mrs. Eugene Conn. Mrs. Russell Boyer, president, opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. ifon Spangler presented the program, "New Trends in Social Ministry to Children and Youth." The migrant committee work, being sponsored by the Council of Church Women, was reported. The'next meeting 'is June 11 with Mrs. Dale Dillman. Women Voters Open New Series May 24 The Logansport League o Women Voters will convetv Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o' clock at the home of Mrs. Ray mond Gust, 2215 High street. Membership iff open and guo.sk are welcome lo aIIend meetings of the League which is a non partisan organization whose pur pose is to prpmote' political re sponsibility through informed anc active participation of citizens in government. The program (or Thursday': •meeting will be The Slruduri and Function of County Govern menl. in Relation to County Zon ing and Planning." It will be th< first in a series of meetings on City and County Planning anc Zoning. Anyone interested in attending may call Mrs. Rolarid Baher 4252, or Mrs. Richard Glendening MT. OLIVE CLUB A silent auction was held at the Mt. Olive Community club's meet ing held at the home of Sylvia Jewell with Mrs.-Floyd McDow ell as co-hostess. Mrs. Keith Hoffman gave the club opener and . Mrs. Clifforc Baggerly repeated the club creed Several reports were submitted followed with the auction,. Tb closing prayer was offered bj Mrs. Audra Bryant., Contests were held with Mrs Ifariey McCrosky and Mrs. Rich ard Baker winning. The door p went to Beverly' Baker, i Twelve members attended. ., Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Fiv« BLASS' FASHIONS RE VEAL''HIS' • NOW.'HERS'' IN N'EW APPAREL $ By GAY PAULEY . UPI -Women's Editor •NEW 'YORK '(UPI)—What's his now •also is hers in apparel.* The gre'al male robbery is on Seventh Avenue', center of New- Ym'k's, garment industry, where nanufsclurers are previewing heir fall and' .winter collections if women's' apparel for benefit if a si ore buyers, fashion press, irid an occasional celebrity. The fall clothes will be show- ng in stores by late July. Bill.Blass, holder tit the Amer- can fashion critics' "Winnie" award, used a whole harvcisl of men's wear ideas for, his collec- tion'for Maurice Rentner. Ltd., where he is a vice president. The collection shown Monday .fternoon brought out Mary Marin, Broadway and television star, nd Valentina, the famoun de- igner now retired. Blass used men's wear fabrics uch as diagonal and -herringbone veaves and flannels. The look of ie T shirt showed in overblouse reatmenls for daytime and even- Ault-Hunt Vows Repeated in Double ?.ing Evening Rites Miss Carol Ault became • the iride of Monroe Hunt during a louble ring evening service Sun- lay, May 20, at the .home of the .ride's mother with the Reverend arhes R. Holt, pastor 'of the Bcithcl Tabernacle, officiating. The 6 o'clock ceremony united he daughter of Mrs. Susie Ault, if 1329 Wright street, and the late Mwell Ault,. and the son of Mrs. Ddbert Berry, of 931 Helm street, and the late Monroe Hunt. For her wedding, the bride ap- .'dared in a nylon and lace pastel dress. The lace bodice was fash- oned with a rounded high neck- me and three-quarter length .leeves, topping a bouffant skirt. V crown of rhinestones secured a shoulder-length veil, of illusion and she carried a white Bible, cpped with pink rosebuds and white carnations with white Ireamers, Her corsage was white carnations. Miss Shirley Hill, of Columbus, [nd., attended her cousin as maid of honor. She was attired in frock of pastel blue nylon and white lace. The bodice of lace was molded with long sleeves and a rounded neckline, . accentuating the pastel blue bouffant skirt. She shor' white wors a white hat, with veil and a corsage of carnations. Serving the bridegroom as besi man was Charles Borneman, 01 Peru. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Ault selected a beige silk dress with beige accessories anc wore a white orchid corsage. A- reception for 22 guests was held immediately following the ceremony. Out-of-town guesb were from Peru and Columbus Ind. Hostesses were: Miss Connie Beckman, Miss Sharon Beckman Miss Elvie Humorickhou.se, Miss Grade Hummerickhouse and Miss Wanda Berry. The bride and groom both at tended the -Jocal high school. She employed with China Lane restaurant and he is employee with RBM. The couple is residing at HOi !->pear street. GET-TOGETHER CLUB .Members of the Get-Togethei dub-discussed .plans for a trip during'the May meeting at Un home of Carrie Baldwin, who gave the opening devotionals. Orpha Blacketor was in charge of the program with prizes going to Hazel Zartman and Martha Jones. Lola' Black won the doo prize. Refreshments were server to 11 members. The June meeting will be a tin home of Orpha Blacketor. DR.O.L.BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist - ',_ FOOT AltMBNTS Offico 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, RHONE 3330 . Wddnesdayi—frm'ay' 9-4:30 ('' WHAT'S NEW! FOR 'SUMMER CASUAJ.S AND PlAY ClOTHBS DE Ml III -Stripes-Soiids-Plaids INDIAN HEAD-s olic)s 5AILCLOTH-Prints,Plaids-5olicls 89C and 98Cyd. BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES BUSINESS AS USUAlL WHIt£,WE ARE RBMOOEWNG 31S €. BROADWAY ' . The back of suit jackets: and :oats had side or center vents,'in he manner of men's suits. Even ,o, by the time Blass was through vith the designs, Ifie results were xlremely feminine, not hairsh. The silhouette for day moslily as narrow, with natural waist, iflen belted. But Blass showed a oftening of severe lines in skirts with center front inverted pleals, >r soft gathers, and occasionally i bit of flare. Some daytime and evening dresses were full circle n the skirts, and belled lightly at he natural waistline. The vest served instead of )louse as the finishing touch for skirt-jacket combinations. In one case, a beige wool vest Carroll OES Chapter Conducts Initiation, Memorial Service The May slated meeting of the Carroll Chapter. OES, was held at the Masonic Hall with Carolyn Edging, Worthy Matron, presiding. • Maxine Grice, District Deputy of District 15, was escorted East, introduced a'nd honored in song by Eslii Carter and in poem by Ihe Worthy Matron. She was then presented a "iff. from the chapter. Justine Grume. Klecla, was installed by Mrs. Grice. Grand Chapter reports were given by Margery Watson and the Worthy Matron. Initiatory work was given lo Jean Ringer with Mary Dee Hill as proxy.' The Worthy Matron aided by the Associate Alalron, Chaplain and Star points held a memorial service for Bessie Martin. All mothers "present were hon- oi'cd with a poem and song. Corsages were presented to Stella Johnson as Ihe oldest mother present'and Mary Dee Hill as the youngest. Mrs. Edging announced the Worthy Grand Matrons reception at Clinton; the Worthy Grand al Goshen May istrict 15 Associa )lack buttons topped a slim blacki . ,. , ,, ,, ... , {!, ,. r| I lion meeling at Jefferson May 25. skirt and a while satin olouse ... .. . b . . . .-' . with long sleeves, French cuffed. Other "theater" or late, day cos- with metallic vests umes came instead of blouses; and the melal- ic fabric was repealed as lining !or the costume's jacket. The long sleeve, gathered softly lo a cuff, ran through the Blass collection. Following the closing, refreshments were served by the following committee: Mary Lou Johnson, Evelyn Sanderso n. Helen Yeager, Eva .Jones. Adriene McCain and Grace Dcel. DORCAS CLASS MEETS the Dorcns class street Melhodisl Members of of the Main church made plans to entertain heir husbands during the Wednesday afternoon meeting held at the home of Mrs. Charles Whiteman, 826 Nineteenth street. Mrs. Florence Saxlon, president, presided at the session which opened with devolioms given by Daisy Stuber. Mrs. Eslella Tyner gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Whiteman the treasurer's account. Contests were won by Mrs. Dickerson, Mrs. Saxlon and Mrs. Caldwell and refreshments were served by Mrs. Whileman and Mrs. Lucille Johnson. The next meeting in June will be a covered-dish dinner at the church with husbands 'invited. Golden Rule Class Holds Installation The Golden Rule Sunday school class of the Market street Methodist church met Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Gwin with Mr. and Mrs. John Green assisting. Jim Boyd, president, opened the meeting -and Norma Green offered devotions. The secretary- treasurer reports and- roll call were given by Dawn Boyd. New officers were elected and installed as follows: president, Larry Hood; vice-president. Bob Boyd; secretary-treasurer, Phyllis Hood. , Following a short business session, a white elephant sale was held.. The next meeting will be a picnic at Sandy beach, near Monticello, nn June 10. Members arc lo bring fried chicken and a covered dish. Toastmistress Club Entertains Guests At Dinner Meeting Guest night was featured al Ihe M'ono'nv .eveninc meeting of (he r,>g*nsixirl Tnfislmisti-pss club at S'.'Luke's l.n'hcran church with Mrs. John Baker, president, writhe guests and giving the invocation. Tables were decorated with snrinr; flowers and each nlare was marked with a colorful fold" fan. Following Ihe dinner. MisS ^f'ma Nicholas, Ioastmistress; d-'fincd fhc evening's theme. "Archaeology," and inlmdticed Hie first sbeaxer. Miss Marion whose tonic was "The of the Diggers." The second fiiwaker, Mary D.e- Ih. spokr op "Famous F:imili;ir Kimls," illuslrdtinij, her talk with ^lides. Marv Baker, (he third sucake.r. told tho true story -.of fie discover" of the Dead Sea STr.lls in 1947. Miss Aeda Rafter then prcsenf- 1 a, humorous took review on "The Weans." a satire on Ame.fi- pan civilization bv Robert Nathan. She illustrafcri the review with hnr own original drawings. The fable topic for Ihe rveninfc vas "What have vou T)u.c Ut>? 1 ' ^valuators were Dorothy Wilson and Marie Malone. Guesls included: Marv Loser. Man 1 Hinkle, Stella Zoubul. Lenora Ford, Margaret Healey. Estrf- or Winn, Neva Plotner, Gladys ( Otterman, Brlty Minncman, Jean Tp.n-y and ChwloltB Jox. The next mleling will be September 17 with Mrs. .lunette Walts as chairman. STAGE fITYLE SHOW Nearly 300 Arsons attended a style show featured by the five chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority Wednesday at Memorial llnme. Models were: Diane Isaacs, Mary Lou Wedekind, Martha Pum'el.'Vera Wolf, Barbara Pfaff. Diane Yerkes, Sandy DeGrief and Jusie Harris. Entertainment was presented by Sheila Cody and her ballet pupils. The first number was giv- '»n by Pani Baublit, Betsy George, Susie Smith and Annette Carney. \ tango waii given by Sheila Cody and Mel Kuns, followed with a solo performance presented by Karen Bressler. Special prices went to Maxine Cole, Vera Wolf and Sue Kiesling while door prizes wore won by Betty Robertson,. Gene Grown, Jo Moore, Donna Henry, Margaret Sutton, Jolene Lewis, Marjorie Vargas and Eva Farrer. for proms/ weddings, etc. REHMS MEN'S WEAR 405 E. Broadway Phone 3273 mummmammmm'W nu Use your head when you shop for "np\w-ci7o"par a new-size car The air is filled with claims about the so- called "new-size" cars—the ones that have finally caught up .with Rambler Classic's size, bu,t with little elsie. Just use your head ^and you'll discover sizeable differences. Slide into the front seat and you'll find much more headroom in the "Rambler Classic (actually more than Cadillac!). Full and ample room for six big and well-padded 6-footers. •You get better .performance because Rambler is' ahead in both horsepower and passing power. And any JOIN THE TRADE PARADE TO RAMBLER Rambler owner will tell you how much he' saves on gasoline. , Care about, quality? Every Rambler .has Double-Safety Brakes—of all U. S. cars, only Cadillac has a similar system. Only Rambler gives you Deep-Dip rust- proofing up lo the roof. Only. Rambler spares you the expense of replacing rusted- out mufflers a:id tailpipes—Rambler's are Ceramic-Armored. Vou can get all the facts at your dealer's. His free car-comparison X-Ray Books make it easy to use your head. Your Rambler Dealer brings jpju full nows coverage ol Ihe second U. S. Man h OrbK. Hear it on ABC, CDS and NBC radio. : - ! • . R & R MOTOR SALES, E. Moin/Next WSAL, Logansport, Ind..

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