Thursday Evening, May 24, 1962. MARKET STREET WSCS AND GUILD INSTALL OFFICERS; CIRCLES MEET New officers were installed by the Woman's Society of Christian Service and the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Market street Methodist church during a joint meeting held at the church. An organ prelude was played by Mrs. Ruth Logan and the meeting was opened with scripture and prayer given by Mrs. Robert Harger. Mrs. G oldie Hashbergcr presented the prayer calendar and Mrs. Ruth Heiru'ich talked about the world bank and how it supported Methodist missionaries around the world. Isabelle Herrick presented two adult memberships for four years in the same office. They went to Mrs. Ruth Logan and Mrs. Mary Kitchens. .Mrs. Ma.ble Eshelman served as the installing officer. The WSCS' officers installed were: president, Ruth Logan; vice-president, Nelma Hetz'ncr; secretary, Mary Siddall; treasurer, Ruth Heinrich; secretary of church work, Betty Viney; Christian social relations, Ruth Armington; literature and publi; cations, Eleanor Dean; missionary education and service, Ruth Cox; promotion, Eduth Leirer; spiritual life, Goldie Hashberger; student work, Evelyn Rose; supply, Carol Gwin; youth work, Betty Streu; local church activitiy, Mary Beck; circle chairmen, Mrs. Ethel Mic! - ael, Jo McKeever, Nancy Rynerson, Ruth Cox and AHa Byrt. The Wesleyan Guild officers are: president, Mary Felker; vice- resident, Marian Reed; secretary, Edna Watson; treasurer, Ruth Brader; Christian social relations, Edith Smith; literature and publications, Stella Reynolds; mission ary education and service, Edith Myers; promotion, Freda Hoker; spiritual life, Lillian Hinkle; supply, Nola Webster; local church activity, Esther Murphy and Eileen Hill, and co-ordinator., Alta Byrt. Para Brandenstein sang a solo and Mrs. Harger closed the-service. Individual sessions were held by the circles as follows: , AFTERNOON CIRCLES Forty members and five guests of the three afternoon circles convened at the church for the annual May breakfast. The Seineramis Kulz circle was in charge of kitchen arrangements for the breakfast served from tables decorated with spring flowers. The Maxine 'Coleman circle was in charge of the dining room decorations. The program was presented by the Gusta Robinett circle. It was announced that these three circles have rotiited. On June 1st, there will be n«M' circles, new chairmen and new names, all after missionaries. MAKCELCA CATHYS The members of the Marcella Mathys circle met at the home of Mrs. James Da'wson, 1408 Spear, with Mrs. Ernest Bookwalter and Mrs. Robert Hornet assisting. The worship service was given by. Mrs. Royce Rose followed with the pledge program presented by Mrs. William Huff and the prayer calendar given, by Mrs. Dawson. Mrs. Don McKeever reported on (he Council of Church Women meeting she attended and during the social hour, prizes were won by Mrs. Huff and Mrs. Richard Davis. Refreshments were served to 16 members. MABLE HARTLE A mother-daughter party was staged by the Mable Hartle circle at the church with Sydney Hathaway and Phyllis Hood serving as hostesses. Each mother was given a corsage and a candlelight pledge service was conducted by Nancy Rynerson and Lois Boyd, The prayer calendar was given by Nancy Rynerson. It was reported that Marilyn Gerrard and Nancy Rynerson are planning a carry-in supper in hon- 49er's Entertain Double Dozen'and Circle 3 HD Clubs The Washington 49er's HD club entertained 25 members of the Double Dozen and Circle 3 HD clubs Tuesday evening at the Washington township school. A get-acquainted game was conducted prior to the meeting after which Mrs. Carol Rush opened the session with the pledge. Mrs. Bill Ramer offered devotions based on an article, "Farm Life Is No Bowl of Cherries." Mrs. Charles Thomas, secretary, gave her report and Mrs. Fred Mayhill, president, announced the program for the Homemakers conference. . Mrs. Thomas introduced tha guest speaker, Mrs. Inabelle Morrical, who spoke on the topic, "Camping Is Fun." She told of a canoe-camping trip and displayed a canoe, packed and ready for a trip. Mrs. Morrical con- or of Mable Hartle. Frank Henry demonstrated the decorating of two cakes which were won by Mrs. Ruth Lenon and Lois Boyd. Mrs. Miller won the prize for having the most grandchildren. Refreshments were served. eluded her talk l)y; showing slides of her family's < anoe trip on the Mississippi Rivej..; Mrs. Dale Woolever led group singing accompanied' by Mrs. Glen Bryan at the piano. Mrs. George L. Muehlhausen received the door prize. Refreshments were served by the committee in charge: Mrs. Ra(ph Ramer, Mrs. Robert Kiesling, Mrs. Charlies Thomas, Mrs. Robert DeHavsn, Mrs.' -John Small and Mrs. Carol Rush, XI BETA iOMICRON Members of Jti. Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained their mothers and guests Monday evening; at the .annual Mother's Day .banquet. After the dinner, Iris Albaugh and Margaret Smith entertained by telling of their experiences while'mushroom hunting in upper Michigan. ' .Mary- Lou Baublit, chairman of the banquet, gave the welcome and the invocation was given by Mrs. Maude Shilling, a guest. A poem, "Definition of a Mother," was read by Lorraine Shilling. Each mother and, guest was .presented with a potted plant and the door prize vfas won by Dor- •anne Heimlich. | Mrs. Baublit ; was assisted by Jane Kasch and j'Marjorie Hardy. ATTEND STATE RALLY Members of the Salvation Army Ladies .Home League attended the annual iState Rally in' Indianapolis Tuesday, when the new territorial Home League president, Mrs: Samuel Hepburn was welcomed 1 . Mrs. Hepburn and her husband were recently transferred from San Francisco. Representatives of 37 Indiana cities presented Commiwiioner Hepburn with checks totaling $19,797.50 for their annual missionary gifts. D. OF I.'s FETE MOTHERS The Daughters of Isabella honored mothers at a covered-dish dinner, Tuesday evening. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Frank Nowviskie, the oldest mother; Mrs., Gilbert Raderslorf and Mrs. William Wagner, -for having the most children; and Mrs. FiirJ' Morter, the oldest guest. Mary Klumpp, worthy regent, gave, the welcoming, speech, followed 'with an impressive program given by members under the direction of Treva Leffert. Songs and readings concerning mothers were given. ' ' ' The program closed with Henrietta Lang singing "Ave Maria." the tops of all convertibles J* ?are just ^bdut tie same.;, people buy Pontiacs for the bottom. CHECK ACCIDENTS. / SEC THE -eOHTRil. MOTORS EBIIWT KT THE 1M WQm.D'3 FAIR, APRIL H-OCTOOEH It, A lot of people buy Pontiacs just because they're Pwrtiacs. Daidy. Even better "liecanses," thongh, i are a Pontiac's good looks, its superb Wide-Track handling, its way of shortening tedious trips. Try one. It's a refresher coarse in how an automobile reafly should be. Wlde-Tntck PofltiaC SEE YOtffi /NtWHOetZEO POHWtC DEfttBR FOR A V«O£ CttOKCE OF WH>E-*B*CKS AND GOOD USCO CARS, TOO GRUSENMEYER MOTOR SALES. INC. 110-114 S. Sixth St. logansport, Indiana Phone 3502 GALLING ALL GIRLS ... HOT DOG PARTY SATURDAY, MAY 26th FREE! 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'• Both washable. $5.98 each As seen m SEVENTEEN I HOT DOGS AND COKES SATURDAY, MAY :i6th Casual Corner Fourth St. at Market Eel HD 1 Hosts Washington Club Thirteen members of the' Washington township HD. club were guests of the Eel township HD dub No. 1 during its session Wednesday afternoon at the 50- 17th street hall. Mas Porter, president, presided at the meeting, opening with a poem, "When Mother Cooked With .Wood." The salutes to the flags were led by Alta Hyman and Jennie Strantz, followed with roll call answered with "mem L ories of mother." Opal Hume gave the secretary's report and Mary Murphy the treasurer's' account. Devot'ionals were in charge of Martha Williams and the history of the song of the month was given by Elizabeth Spencer. The group sang 1 the song accompanied at thei Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Triljune Nine piano by Bess Smith. The card and (lower report was read by Grace Rpwe, and Elizabeth Spencer reported on books. Minnie Burkhart thanked the club for its card sent while she was in the hospital and Happy Birthday was sung to Mae Porter. Mae Porter and Bess Smith conducted contests with Edna Grove and Nellie Fry winning. Mrs. C. M. Ide, Cass county HD president, urged all members to attend the Homemakers Conference at Purdue university on June 12-14. She also staled that the Cass county HD .Chorus will participate in the program on June 13. Refreshments were served to 32 members and guests by the hostesses, Mrs. Estella Tyner and Mrs. Gibbs, assisted by Mac Porter and Elizabeth Spencer. HUAR OF DEDICATION Plarifi for the dedication of the auxiliary room were announced during the Tuesday evening session of lh« DeMolay Mather's circle held at the Masonic Temple. Billie Bowles opened the session and prayer was given by Kalhern Martin. Mrs. Arvada Monniur and Mrs. Harriet Bechdol submitted the secretary-treasurer reports. All DeMolay Mothers and their families are welcomed to attend the dedication • of the auxiliary room net for .Saturday, May 27, at 6 p.m. . It was announced that the Dn- Molay boys arc to register for the cor clave in Indianapolis In be held from June 29 through July 1. AH DeMolay Mothers are urged to alUmd the next meeting o;i June 2i at the same location. Get Ready For Memorial Day! Specials COUPON- CHARCOAL BRIQUETS Reg. 7fc IGlb. Bag With Coupon Limit One Coupon Per Customer Coupon iGood Fri. & Sat., iMny 25-26 Only No iPhono Orders or Deliveries On Coupon Items 24' Brazier with Spit & Hood Superior built in quality, includes sucH fine feoturos os heavy duty bowl and hood; deluxe plated spit; revolving grill with close spaced rods. Similar To Illustration Folding Lawn Chair Lightweight folding chair will find many uses around the patio and lawn. 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