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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 23, 1962
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Four Local Psi Otes To Attend National Convention at I.U. Mrs. Douglas Norzinskay and Mrs. Donald Lutes of Alpha Xi chapter of Psi Iota Xi sorority will act as official delegates to the 59th national convention to be held May 24, 25 and 26 in the Union building on the Indiana University campus, Bloominglon. Others from the chapter attending will be Mrs. Robert White and Mrs. Charles Kingery. Beta Kappa, .Bloomfield, Ind., will host 500 d'elegates and members attending from 104 aclivc chapters and 10 auxiliary chop- ters from five states. Mrs. William C. Miles, also of Bloomfield, is national president, and will preside over the convention and a pi'e-convention meeting of the national council on Thursday, May 24, in the -Union. Registration for members will fipen on Thursday, May 24. On that evening, council members will be guests at dinner of the Bloomfield chapter. Following dinner, Zeta chapter, Bloomington, will be hostesses at a reception, honoring council members, at the home of their president, Mrs. C. R. Bartlelt; Jr. Also on Thursday evening, Gamma Rho chapter of Linton will be hostesses to delegates and members at an informal get-together. The theme for the convention Will be "Our Wonderful Years" and will feature eventful years in the sorority history since its founding at Muncie in 1897. Highlights of the entertainment program will 'include: Dennis and Darlene, popular supper club entertainers, who will present numbers from the "Roaring Twenties" at the Friday night dinner. A group of entertainers from De- c'atur, Indiana, will present The Music Man at the Saturday night dinner. Music for a dance, which \yill bring to a close the 59th -con- .vcntion, will be furnished by Fred Waring, Jr., and his orchestra. One of the sororities latest national philanthropic projects, is a scholarship program at Indiana University for the recruitment of .Speech Therapists. Each summer Psi Iota Xi awards 30 scholarships to high school seniors for an intensive .two week study in the field of Speech and Hearing Therapy. For this course, the student receives 3 credit hours toward a college degree. During the convention, members will have an opportunity to visit the Speech and Hearing Clinic. Also, ; at the Saturday morning business meeting there will be a demonstration by I. U. clinicans and students from the clinic. -Guest speakers at the conven tion will include representatives of the four projects which will be due to be voted upon this year —Ball State; Indiana State; Ohio State; and Indiana University. Upsilon chapter, Greenfield, wil! be in charge of the memorial service dedicated to all Psi Otes who have passed away during the past year. A very special memorial this year will be to the las) teacher founder of the sorority Mrs. Martha Ivins, who passet away on April 2, at the age o" ' 105. Election and installation of of ficers will be the last official bus incss of the convention on Sat urday. Eel HO Club 2 Pays Tribute To Mothers At Meet A Mother's Day program highlighted the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Eel township HD club No. 2 conducted at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Zieg. Mrs. Clarence Newer opened with a poem in honor of "Mother" and led the pledges and collect. Mrs. Guy Minx and Miss Frankie Kinneman offered appropriate devotions after which Mrs. Edna 'Van Der Moere presented the Mother's Day program which included readings, poems and Bible verses. Roll call was answered with memory of my mother." There were three guests, Mrs. Fred Baker, Mrs. Gilbert English and Mrs. Mamie Lux, present. Mrs. Lux - was welcomed as a new member Mrs. Minnie Austin gave the secretary's report and Mrs. "Zieg the treasurer's account. Mrs 'Newer read a letter from Beth Puett, HD agent, concerning the •. Homemakers conference in Jun at Purdue. Discussion was .conducted on food and assistants for the 4-H ; Fair booth and voting was held on • lesson topics for next year. Mrs. Hazel woods read the history of the song of the month and led singing after which Miss Judy Klein entertained with several accordion selections. ; Mrs, Agnes Shanteau and Mrs. Mary Batch assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. Mrs. Frank Burman won the door Social Calendar WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m.—Wednesday Niters, Mrs. Floyd Phillipy. . 7:30 p.m.—St. Rose of Lima study club, Mrs. Amelia Green. 8 p.m.—BPW, city building. ) THURSDAY 1 p.m.—Jefferson township HD 2,'Center church.' 1 p.m.—Art Association, annual spring luncheon, Ben Hur. 1:30 p.m.—Washington township Cass HD club, hosts Deer Creek 2, Mrs. Arthur Leffert, route 3. 1:30 p.m.—League of Women Voters, Mrs. Raymond Gust, 2215 High . street. . Society Webb Chapel WSCS will hold its annual pledging service Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Alice Siferd on the old Royal Center Pike. The 201 h Century HD club will meet 'Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Richard Sommers Mrs. Don Douglass assisting. Members 'are to bring their favorite recipes lor exchange. NEW LOOK IN RAINWEAR—An elegant look prevails in rainwear for fall and winter, 1962, according to collections being shown (his week in New York. This look is evidenced in a python-printed rayon satin cape from the March and Mendl collection, featuring patch pockets and a high hand collar. (UPI) By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) - There's ,-old in them thar skyscrapers of he nation's largest fashion cen- er—gold in the shimmering fabrics, in trim, and in some of the price tags. Every major fall and winter Election of women's apparel, getting a preview from now .hrough the middle of June, for >enefit • of store buyers and re- >orters, includes the golden touch. Or, the silver touch, or some /.arialion of metallic-coated fab- •ics • made up into luxury cos- jumcs for late day and evening ear. The first time a designer quoted $475 wholesale cost for a simple little dinner suit those present *as.ped. But after seeing a few collections, not a single phony eyelash gets batted at some of the prices quoted. Tuesday, the Arthur Jablow collection by designer David Kidd had its opening and prices for dress-up wool coats with sable collars were quoted at $415.75 and ?425.75 wholesale. "W'hat," quipped a buyer, "do you suppose the 75 cents is for?" Such prices mean the consumer will pay close to $800 for the garments. The golden touch ran through the Herbert Sond'heim collection, although the price tags themselves were a little less damaging to the bank balance. chains were worn, like American Legion Auxiliary, unit fiO, will hold a Memorial service Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial home. Members are reminded that Friday and Saturday are poppy days with headquarters at 210 Fourth street. -&Mothers of World War 2, District 2, will meet Friday at the American Legion home ih Akron with registration from 10 to 11 ,rn, -*Owl's club will meet Friday evening at the YWCA for a covered dish dinner at 6:30 o'clock. ..... „„., _„...„ „.„ „„... „ hm-cut dark woolen bane dress- a. Gold teacery and golden glaze showed on laces and brocades, ?here was gold embroidery on ;old cloth. Gilt Match Diana Temple 30' Conducts Memorial Service at Meeting A , memorial service was conducted at the Tuesday evening meeting of Diana Temple No. 30, Pythian Sisters, at the YWCA. Martha Williams, most excellent chief, presided at the meeting. Florence Tichenor offered devotions, Gladys Wolfe gave the secretary's report and Elizabeth Spencer submitted the treasurer's account. Draping of the charier was held for Irene Holmes with Etta Massena presiding at the piano. Lenora Miller, Ann Waite and Clara Conrad draped the .charter and Florence. Tichenor gave the eulogy. "Happy Brithday" was sung to Anna Waite. Clara Summers was reported ill. The silver offering was received and Mrs. Williams thanked the protems. Clara Conrad received the mys tery prize after which Gladys Wolfe "and Lenora Miller conducted contests with prizes-going to Mrs. Massena, Mrs. Spencer Mrs. Tichenor and Mrs. Waite Refreshments, were . served bj Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. Miller. The next meeting will be June 2S a Memorial home with a coverec dish dinner at 6:38 p.m. Lioness Features Speaker at Dinner A dinner meeting was stagec by the Lioness club Monday even ing at the Gourmet with Mrs. OI lie Overstreet and Mrs. Mauric Corey in charge. Miss Amelia Harlz, was th guest speaker and spoke on he hobby, "Miniatures." Roll call was answered with favorite childhood poem. The nex meeting will be a Husband's Par ty in September with, Mrs. Ken nelh Kolmerton, Mrs, Robert My ers and Mrs. Robert Hammontrec in charge. ATTENDS CONVENTION Miss Karen Sue Clary was one of three girls, representing Methodist hospital School of Nursing, IndianapPnlis , at the national con . vcntion for student nurses at De..... Mich., on May 18-21. Miss Clary is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clary, Lucerne. A six-table .Mitchell game wa played at the Tuesday evenin meeting of the Open Pair Dupl cate Bridge club at the Captai Logan. North-south winners were: Mr and Mrs. Bob David, first; M and Mrs. Hill Leavitt tied wit Mrs. Stewart Buchanan and Mr Russel Boyer for second and thin East-west: Mrs. B. H.-Shallo nnd Mrs, Earl Ray, first; Dr, an Mrs. Charles Viney, second; Mr J. J, Saadi and Mrs. Don O'Neil third. Next Tuesday evening ther will be a charity game beginnin promptly at 7:30 o'clock. t. Catherine Club lans July Dinner A dinner in July was planned the Monday evening meeting the St., Catherine of Sienna :udy club of St. Bridget's church ; the home of Helen Townsley. 1 The recitation of the Rosary as led by .Rev. Father Donald Ider. Helen Swope, president, as in charge of the session dur- ng which plans were discussed or a dinner July 16 at the Cap- diri Logan. , .The ''hostess served refreshments 'at the close of the meeting. Delta'Chi Sigma Entertains Mothers At Japanese Party Hostesses garbed in .Japanese imonos greeted members o! )elta Chi Sigma sorority as they nterlained their mothers anc uesls at a Mother's Day -dinner arty Tuesday evening at the AVCA. The Japanese theme prevailec n the decorations which include* iriental fans, incense burners anc Japanese lanterns. Favors of gift boxes of lef marked each place. The catera menu featured the favorite foot if the Far East, served by th lostesses, Linda Schlick, Juc {night, Ruth Kelly and Marily Terguson. Mrs. Earl Moss, sorority moth er, presented a tribute to mothe entitled, "My Wild Irish Moth er." , Bingo was enjoyed with grocer arizes going to Mrs. Ira Cr.ec loan Metzger, Mrs. Nice, Mr Williams, Mrs. Long and Elain Parvis. Special guests were Mrs. Cha les Chase, Mrs. Frank McGaugl ey, Mrs. Moss, Mrs. Young, Mr. Cree, Valerie Winder, Mrs. Loni Mrs. Harry Grace, Mrs. William Mrs. Nice, Mrs. Klein, Mrs. Zim merman, Mrs. Bcthke, Mrs. Mi ler and Melinda Knebel. Workers were assigned for Ir rummage sale Friday and Satu day and the next meeting wi be June 12 at the home of Joyc Parkef. WOMEN OF MOOSE Katherine Haynes and.Carme DeFord were initiated at th Monday evening meeting of th Women of the Moose conducted b senior regent Margaret McCai ney. There were 23 .members an one guest, Virginia Meredit present. Mrs. Meredith spoke ( ritual work- as conducted by hi chapter in Ottawa, 111. Ethel Way reported on th spring conference held in Sou' Bend. The attendance award we to Mrs. Meredith. The next mee ing is Miiy 28. t. Joseph Hospital Auxiliary Appoints azadr Committees The St. Joseph hospital auxili- y named committees to work on e various booths at the annual zaar set for Sunday, July 15, ring the May party. Sixty members and guests at- ided the eve . held on the pa) of the hospital. The door i/.e was won by Mrs. Mary Op- nheimer and refreshments were rved by Mrs. D. D. Flanagan, rs. Clay Hudgings and Mrs. en Donley, Mrs. Richard C. Wolf, general airman of this year's baxaai ported and the following com- ittees were appointed: Snack bar: Betty Weber, Sadie eremigio, Mildred Malady, Gei- ude Myers, Jessie Baker, Marie bastian, Pat Closson, Elizabeth erkshire, Mary Hinkle, Ann ook, Lern'a -Conroy," Louise augherty, Theresa Grant, Mary Klumpp, Irma Holland, Mrs. at Kroeger, Helen Townsley, etty Hopkins. Aprons: Gertrude Craig, Mararet Deegan,. Josephine Gross, arie Fettig, Mary Jane Palmer, eronica Rothermel. Games: Mary Oppenheimer, usie Bugsby, Clara Gagliano, oseanna Gear, Helen Shriver, ae Flanagan; dart board: Julia aker, Frances Folio, Emogene haley, Mary Hopkins. Parcel post: Mamie Bauer, ielma Raderstorf, Fern Watts, icresa Amelio," Agnes Bieker, label Roderick, Ada Malette; nen: Frances Kreuzberger, Ann uzzillo, Carmel Grusenmeyer, dith Hildebrandt, Emily Hodus, sther Mayhew, Doris Sievers; ountry market: Rosemary Mur- iy, Vera Berkshire, Madeline r'andt, Betty Kissinger, Josephne Timmons, Augusta Krant/ Cake walk: Eileen Long, Jean rown, Lenora Ford, Treva Lef- jrt, Mary Ausperk, Mary Corso ietty Minenman, Mrs. Clyde Jreene, Mrs. Otto Hilbert, Mari yn Brennan; duck pond: Geneva VIedland, Coleen Myers, Marj Margaret Leslie, Elinor Reinert eannelle Bohm, Joseph in Schreyer. Basketball hoop: Mary An Selvio; hat award: Pearle Har •ington; car award: Mary Gray <atie Brechbiel, Mary Donahue novelty booth: Irene Brennan Helen Carlson, Betty Wolf, Sheil Cody, Una Rozzi, Frances Cronin Mary C. Golden, Josephine Hon jach. Chance wheel: Dorothy Hudf, ings, Mary Pasquale, Laura Ro wan; comforter: Margaret Don ey, Lorena Hayes, Laura Mo an,' Agnes Houk, Helen Moral Olive M'urphy; penny pitch: Pa Miller, Mary Hershberger; public ty and doll house: Carolyn Brink Sharon Smith, Gloria Klein, Ger aldine Barnes, Gracie Pohlman 'inance: Ruth Baioiann, Ros Elaine Burket, Marguerite Moran Wednesday Evening, May 2,1, 1962. EXCEL CLUB The Excel club convened re cently at the home of Mrs. J. P Dawson. Cards were played with Gam Davis,' Carrie Clayton and Mai Benefiel ais winners. • Refresl menls were served. Read the Want Ads DR.O.L.BRAUN . Reg.' Podiatrist Foot Sptclalltt FOOT AH.MENTS Offico 314 North St. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays— Friday! 9-4:30 ; prize and Mrs. Earl Jamison was - awarded a prize for providing ', transportation for the most ' bers to the meeting. Cards were signed 1 and sent to ill members. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Muriel Weser. Additional Society .On Page 3 Miss Linda' Deeter 3uest of Honor at , Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Linda Deeter, bride-elect of Willard (Sonny) Wray, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday afternoon at the 17th street hall with . Mrs. Jennie Cromer, Miss Joan Engle and Mrs. Eva McCIaeb as hostesses. Games were played with Mrs. Willard Wray and Miss Donna Nulf winning prizes. Duplicates were presented to Miss Deeter. Refreshments of pink punch, cake, ice cream, nuts and mints were served from a table decorated in the bride-elect's chdsen colors of pink and blue. The centerpiece was a "rain-tree" decorated with pink flowers and flanked with pink tapers. Attending were: Miss .Deeter, Mrs. Shelby Thompson, Mrs. Jance Thompson, Mrs. Marjorie flartleroad, Mrs. Carol Rush, Mrs, Margaret Turnpaugh, Mrs. Sally Bollei, Miss Connie Nulf, . Miss Bonnie Owens, Miss Gloria Bell, Miss Donna Nulf, Mrs. Irene Deeter and Mrs. Madeline Wray. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Miss Teresa Amelio, Mrs. Margaret Wolf. Mrs., Edna Turnpaugh, Mrs. Shirley Appollonio, Mrs. Carolyn Walker, Mrs. Elsie Piercy, Mrs. Alice Deeler, Mrs. Esther Bollei, Mrs. Margaret Terry. Mrs. Marjorie Myers, Mrs. Anna Seward, Mrs. Leland Thompson, Mrs. Zella Britton, Mrs. Linda Owens, Mrs. Phyllis -Nulf and Miss Penny Kinneman. BEAT THE HEAT WITH CANVAS AWNINGS Made of'AGRI-LAN or, DE- OOOL (dacron plastic). Guaranteed in writing for 5 full years, yet at such a reasonable price compared to so- called permanent awnings. Many colors to choose from. Canvas awnings for any job. For Free Estimates Phone 2218 Today GRAY-MILL 1302 C. Broadway EVERY PICNIC SHOULD INCLUDE PLENTY OF 0PIN MONDAY THRU SHIMMY CLOSED SUNDAY'S CHOOSE FROM OVER 16 DELICIOUS VARIETIES Bolins Donuts CORNER of 14th and BROADWAY SPECIAL PURCHASES OUTSTANDING VALUES DRESSES Values to $14.98 Now for summer—Cool dresses. Sleeveless and jacket styles included in this special group. Junior, Missy and Half sizes. BMITOA or SHORT SHORTS Values to $3.50 Special purchase of those wonderful fitting shorts in BeTnu- da or Short lengths. Many colors. Size 10 to 20. $177 1 Sleeveless Blouses Values to $2.98 Special Sleeveless Cotton Blouses in white and colors and the sizes are 10 to 14. 1 55 COTTON SLACKS Values to $3.93 Those wonderful fittincj cotton *L slacks for all purpose wear. — "r Many colors, sizes 10 to 20. COATS and SUITS Values to $39.9£i Out they goll All cpring coats and suits, Denims, wools, silk type in variety of styles and colors. All sales final. No loyaway. COTTON SLEEPWEAR Values to $5.98 Special purchase from famous maker of $5.98 sleepwear. Wu offer you this group at only— $2.99. 2 99 SUMMER SHIRTS Vet lues to $6.9 £; To go with that summer blouse, these summer skirts. Pleate'd,, white arnel are included. Size 10 to 18. SWIM SUITS Valueu to $14,98 Special purchase of cotlon novelty pattern jwTm'suits. Stripes, Florals, checks, prints. SUMMER HATS Values to $7.9 8 Out they gol Final clearance of late spring and summer hats, $ 1 N ° 2 -SWOP i V£*V n$i

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