Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1962 · Page 11
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Wednesday Evening, May 23, 1982. Gamma Nu Honors Mothers, Daughters The annual mother-daughter banquet was staged recently at the Gourmet by the Upsilon chapter of Gamma Nu. The loastmistress was Mary Jane Cotner and the welcome was extended by Jane MoNaught with Mrs. Lena Walker giving the response. Paryer was offered by Mrs. Anita Leedy, chaplain. Table were decorated with cent erpieces of sweet peas and tulips. Each guest received an orchid corsage and a favor. The dinner was followed by a songfest and a style narrated by Arlene Little with committee members, Jean McNaught, Betty Morehead, Virginia Hinkle, Mary Jane Cotner and Margie Baldini, as models. .A game was played , wUK Mrs. Esther Hinton, Miss Janet Leedy and Mrs.. Lena Walker winning prizes. The sorority will meet on June 5 at the home of Cassie Angle for the monthly business session. Class Party Held At Fairview Gym "Apple Blossom Time" was the theme featured at the ' Fairview ninth grade class party held at the school gym.. Highlighting the event was the crowning of the queen and king, Linda Downham and Calvin Burton. Decorations included two old- fashioned flowered swings, apple blossoms and .lilacs. Also used was a revolving, wheel, reflecting various colored lights, which was made by James Wright. Refreshments were "served in the cafeteria. Decorations for the table were furnished by Mrs. James Ellington. The committees with their sponsors are. as follows: decorations, Sam Nelson, sponsor, Miss Joyce Grafton, Danny Harmon, Don Kisllcr, Kathy Chambers, Camy Graduation Set At Manchester College .Thirty-one area students at' North\ Manchester college will be among 190 who will receive, the degree' of bachelor of .science during the 73rd annual .commencement exercises set for Monday, May 28, at 10 a.m.. at the college. Graduating from this area are; Carroll county: James H. Blythe, Ruth F.- Hatlan, Dean A. Slavens and Carole Ann. Welch with high distinction, all of Delphi; Marsha Anne Callane and Carol Jane Hood, both of Flora. Cass county: Charlotte A. Ide, Karen Candace Reed and Joseph C. 'Sumpter, all of Logansport; Joyce,Brock Reed, of Galveston; .Fulton county: Janet C. (Ham-; mond^Wood, of Akron; Richard J. McPherson, of Kewanna; Linda Kay Barkman, James E. Gottschalk and Kathryn L. Hiatt, of of Rochester. Miami county: Joy Marie Miller and Donna Jean Scott, both of Bunker Hill; Bernard L. Files and Carol /Ann Powell, both of Macy; June Robinson Carpenter, • Elizabeth Young Doerr, Paul Fultz, Karen Graft, Sara A. Gruwell, Garnet Hays, Genevieve Rl Hemda] and Judith Kay Huffman, all of Peru. White county: Marilyn Myers Pritchett, of Idaville; Stephen A. Batzka with distinction, and Lucille B. Clapper, both of -Monticello; Mary Alice Criswell, of Wolcott. Berkshire, Jim Wright', Sandy Myers, John Morrical, Becky Spangler and . Jane McCloskey; music, Richard Spall, sponsor, Jill Jones, Penny Kitchel, .Bill Vilello and Ida Kirkham. Tickets, Randal Mauck, spoil- son, Walter Closson, Jim Perrone, Mike Piercy, Glen Dillman, Kenny Hall and Leonne Brown;refreshments and clean-up, Miss Marian Baade, sponsor, Nancy Ellington, Pat Farrer,' and other students of the class. Bethlehem Club Hosts Adams HD Fourteen members of. the Bethlehem township HD Club were guests of the Adams township HD club. when they convened at the community "building. Dinner was served' cafeteria style from tables decorated with flowers and candy favors. The president opened the meeting with the salute to the flag, club collect and singing of the song of the , month led by Alma Hoover with Esther Rudicel accompanying at the piano. Devotions were offered by Vel ma Hopkins and'Marie -Hubenthal, of the Bethlehem club, explained the process of serving meals at the 4-H fair. The president, read an invitation which was accepted to be guests of the Walton HD club on August 7. Introduction of guests was roll call response and contest prizes were won by Edith Zieg and Lilly Murden. ' The group then played "Password," with Evelyn Johnston as mistress of ceremonies and Catherine Skinner and' Velma Hopkins on the panel. The door prizes went to Charlotte Early and Martha Dillman. FRIENDLY HD CLUB Seventeen, members of the Wayne Friendly HD club answered roll call by revealing their vacation plans during the recenl session held at the 'home ol Nancie and Alice Daily. Mrs. Ernest Daily was in charge of devotions and the business meeting was opened by Mrs. Ira Nickels/ president. . The project of trees for the Court House lawn was discussed. The club plans to help with project at a later, date. An invitation from the Worthwhile club was extended • to attend its meeting on May 21- at i p.m. at the Kewanna Methodisi church. 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Junior Chamber of Commerce president, Robert Alexander, of .rural route 2, Winamac, announced here that J.C. treasurer James Connolly has made the final installment of the club's $1,000 pledge to the Pulaski Memorial Hospital fund chairman Charles Arens. The Jaycees raised their funds through various projects conducted by the club. Included in these were exhibition basketball, the operation of a sno-cone machine in the summer months, and more recently a minstreal-variety show. Chairman Arens stated that an increase in donations is expected now that the hospital is actually under construction. A public ceremony and 'ground breaking at the lospital site took place last November. The thirty bed hospital is being built on the east edge of Winamac on the south side of U.S. 14. To date, according to Arens,-a total of $208,616.21 has been received! into the hospital fund, and the $97,136.53 balance of the $305,752.74 pledged is expected by the end of this year. Alexander expressed .his appreciation to all of those who have aided the J.C.'s with their cooperation. The first donation by the club to the fund was made in 1959, and a total of three other payments were made. The Monroe - Winamac school will operate as usual on Wednesday, May-23, according to superintendent Lamoin Nice, but students are not to come to school Thursday, May 24. All students have been requested to report to school at the regular 'time on Friday, May 25, at which time their report cards, will be distributed,. It is anticipated that classes will be dismissed at approximately 8,:45 <i,m. that day.' a lesson on nutrition was given by Mrs. Lee Ashby and Mrs. Bessie Whybrew. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Warren Graffis was a guest. WAYNE PROGRESSIVE Mrs. Floyd Thomas and Mrs. Ada Miller presented a lesson 'What You Eat" during the recent meeting of the Wayne Progres;- sive HD club held at the home of Mrs, Delbert Penny. 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