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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 25, 1962
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Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Friday Evcnin/j, May 25, 1985!. Now's Time To Get *Iii The Swim.' Summer's early heat wave reminds us that the swim season has arrived and now's the tiiiae to get "in the' swim" in style. California designers have '.softened the silhouette ki swimsuits f or '02—a refreshing change after seasons of the stark look. ' The new relaxed lines also allow a swimsuit to do something for the shape it shapes. The ."silhouettes in motion" do just that as fashion blends with foundation. fit. Miracle fabrics of spandex are largely responsible for the soft and gentle touch, making figure control a matter of mere ounces. Fabric handling and draping, previously unknown in elastic fabrics, are now possible through lightweight miracles- of science. Beautiful colors and brilliant prints are also found in- these spandex fabrics. One-California designer has used green almond, Bali blue, mandarin, parma pink, nectarine,, mint, pale blue and ice pink in solid splashes. These colors are applied as well to an array of prints ini which abstract florals are high on the preferred list. Ombre and! patterned stripes are also prominent and the use of border prints is found in several outstanding styles. Knitis are found in sophisticated and under-stated one and two-piece versions and are particularly popular in subdued platinum, taupe, jseal brown and navy as;,well as bright fuchsia, royal, ruby red, j scarlet and turquoise. >Navy is used often in woven fabrics as!well as knits and is slated to be the choice of- many who usually favor black. At the left is a relaxed sheath, design in a new spandex fabric that controls without weight. The suit "., features a floral and striped design.-wide straps and a flat bow at the shirred waistline. A monotone floral print is.found in thelsuit at the right, which is another version of the feminine sheath design. The softly pleatdd cummerbund minimizes the waist to hand-span size and narrow istraps tuck away to insure a flawless tan. New Faculty Wives Officers Assume Duties At Session New officers assumed their duties at the final meeting of the year of the Faculty Wives at the home of Mrs. Arthur Pruitt with 17 members present. Mrs. Lowell Dirrim, president, opened the session by thanking all who had helped make the year's program successful and interesting. Plans for next year's activities were discussed. The following new officers then assumed their duties: Mrs. Ralph Hall, president; Mrs. Jim Jones, vice-president; Mrs. Richard Wild, secretary-treasurer. 'Mrs. Robert Burnett and Mrs. Bill Jones of the Social committee conducted the program, the theme of which was "Words." A word ganie was played with Mrs. 'Dirrim winning the prize. Group Password was then played with Mrs. Burnett as moderator. Prizes went to the winning group that included; Mrs, Francis Van Allen, Mrs. Jim Sheely, Mrs. Ho- .mer Caughell, Mrs, Wild, Mrs. Keith Rinehart and Mrs. Dirrim. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Hall, Mrs. J. H. Mertz, and Mrs. J. M. Turner. Mrs. Jones won the door prize. What Next Class Stages Breakfast Members of the What Next class of the West Broadway Presbyterian church convened for a May breakfast at the home of Mrs. Althea Steffey with Susan Gaby and Mrs. Steffey's granddaughter, Lynn Baker, assisling. Emma Liming, president, gave the opening prayer and devotions were offered by Georgia Keller who read two poems, "A Tribute to Mother," and "The Shoemaker's Dreams." Roll call was answered by 16 members and two guests. It was reported that Mabel Greider and Nine Hume were ill. The next meeting will be at the Neal Home when Louise Doggett will give devotions and entertainment will be provided by the standing committee. The committee in charge includes: Jessie Thompason, Ruth Enders, Mary Downham and Lillian Smith. The closing prayer was given by Emma Liming and games were played with Ruth Enders, Georgia Keller and Jessie Scott winning. Art Association Ends Season With Luncheon Meeting The final meeting of the Logansport Art Association was a luncheon held at the Ben- Hur motel Thursday afternoon Mrs. Wilson Voorhees introduced Mrs. John T. Boswell of Anderson who spoke on "Arts and Hobbies". Mrs. Boswell displayed many works of art of all types which she had designed and made. A drawing was. held with Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Galveston winning a picture which was painted and donated by Forrest Reed. In charge of the drawing were Mrs. E. 0. Nagle, chairman, Mrs. John Bradfield and Mrs. John Davis. The meeting was concluded by Mrs. Everett Koontz, retiring president. Arrangements for the luncheon were made by the program committee: Mrs. Ivan Watts, chairman, Mrs. Forrest Heed and Mrs. Wilson Voorhees. Reservations were taken care of by Mrs. Otto Hetzner. The invitations were sent out by Mrs. Hubert Leslie, chairman, and Mrs. Herbert Greensfelder was in charge of the publicity. Mrs. W. W. Baker of Anderson, was a special guest. Read the Want Ads! Why invest in a test? THE NORGE LAUNDRY CLEAN ING VILLAGE is the proven success in self-service drycleaning Alert businessmen investors all over America are earning remarkable profits right now in America's fastest growing new local business: Norge Self-Service Drycleaning. In fact, in just a little over a year more than 2000 Norge installations are operating in all fifty states. Earn a solid return on your investment in a service busi- ; ness that is winning more enthusiastic customers every day. Ncrge created and pioneered self-service drycleaning. Norge has the experience. Norge'a equipment and process are unmatched. The Norge Village "supermarket concept of laundry and cleaning service sets the standard for the industry. Yes, a Norge-equipped Laundry and Cleaning Village Store is a profitmaker. You can offer true convenience and money saving benefits to every family: Top quality cleaning at savings up to 75 %. The true convenience of one-stop self-service laundry and cleaning. A real "supermarket" of service. Financing for qualified investors is available through . B-W Acceptance Corp:, subsidiary of Berg-Warner Corporation, Guidance is provided on location, store layout, insurance, promotion. And Norge. backs you with powerful national advertising in network television and leading consumer magazines. Jefferson Club 2 Features Luncheon Twenty-four members of the Jefferson township HD club No. 2 convened Thursday at the Cen tcr Presbyterian church for a dessert luncheon. The pledge to the flag was led by Edna Brookie and a poem entitled "Weeds" was read by Sharon Barr. Devotions were offered by Ethel Forgcy and safely hints on physical'fitness were given by Doris- Ross. The garden report was given by Irene Burley, followed with a lesson on herbs and spices presented by Edna Brookie and Huldah Gray. Several dishes prepared during the lesson were sampled by the members. The June meeting is the dead line for recipes for the cookbook. A general auction was held with Ceceile Nicoll as auctioneer. The committee included Doris Ross Opal Burns and Mary Ann Babb. Mc'Neely Ladies Aid Discusses Plans For Bib|e School Mrs. Norma Alspaugh, president, entertained the McNeely Memorial Ladies aid Thursday afternoon at her home at which time Bible school plans were dis cussed. Mrs. Alspaugh conducted the session and plans .-were made for refreshments to be served to those attending the daily vaca lion Bible school June 4-8 at the church from 0 to 11:30 a.m. The president also stressed tha the missionary project, of collect ing old Christmas cards be com pleted. Scripture was read by Edna Zimmerman. Mrs. Kay Weiss was welcomed as a new member. The next meeting will be a cqv ered dish dinner June 28 at the home of Mrs. Fredah Gardni;r Camden. Get details on this new growth Investment for bankers, businessman, Investors, and development groups t ASSOCIATES 520 f. MAKKtT ST., INDIANAPOLIS Gentlemen: Please lend me your fret brochure viflt income possibilities from coin-operated dry cleaning. GIVE BULOVA A FINE, LASTING SYMBOL OF CHIEVEMENT ..Phone. **••,!. *_t*^fci>»X.V.y'.;••';>« .CUr. f DI hnvfe rotated e. loutton. O I him not Mleefed s> kue-Uon, Exclusive Distributor for Norg* Ltmwfiy and Cleaning Vttloge StorM As little as I week MISS AMERICA : s Youth and beauty are ciip^ lured In this 17 Jewel watphj with beautifully matchcoi expansion bracelet. $35;7!!i'i ' E %V E 310 5th Phono we feel s 'I WASN'T WORRIED AT ALL'—Those were the words of Mrs. Fcne Carpenter, wife of America's newest spacip hero, as she put on a happy smile and met the press nftcr her husband returned safely from his triple orbital flight. Mrs. Carpenter managed to avoid reporters and cameramen throughout the day while her husband was in orbit. (UPI Unifax.) By HELEN THOMAS United Press International GAPE CANAVERAL (UPD- ilrs. Scott Carpenter has given ne nation's space program one o f Is highest compliments. She went through the harrowing lours of 'her astraonaut husband's rbital flight Thursday without bedding a tear or saying a irayer. In a remarkable press confer- mce Thursday night Rene Carenter explained her feelings with loquence, poise and amazing rankness. The added charm was the presence of her (our children —Sicott, 12, Jay, 10, KrisUn, 6, and Candance, 5. At the outset, the ash blonde woman tried to evade the cliches —comfortable phrases, she called them — "like happy, proud and 3 lan Anniversary Open House June 10 Mr. and Mrs.,Albert Busard, of route 1, city, will celebrate their ;olden wedding anniversary on Sunday afternoon, June 1ft, with an open house at the Shiloh Con- jregalionnl Christian church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend from 2 until 5 o'clock. The couple will appreciate cards, but request that gifts )e omitted. Their children are: Florence tfyers, Opal Jackson and Rodney 3usard, all of route 1, city. A daughter, Alma, is deceased. There are six grandchildren. ihrilled. . .because much more." She looked like a little girl i ier bjue.skirt and white midd jlouse, but she fielded newsmen questions like a professional. She wan asked if she, too, fe as did her 'husband that it wou 36 "presumptuous" to pray fo oneself. The Carpenters are niem sens of the Episcopal Church. "No," she replied softly. "I di not pray. I felt the same way. As for worry, she said she ha none, even during that hour whe ihe space capsule had overshi its target and was out o'f conlai with the Project Mercury centre center. "I wasn't worried at all," sh said caknly. She seemed to enjoy the fa> that she had managed to avo: reporters and camerame throughout the day while her hu band wa:3 in orbit. She revealed the Navy. ha Drought her and the, children 1 Cape Canaveral and that the had spent Thursday at a priva residence on-Cocoa Beach. JOHN & TED FOR UOSlNfr OWTItW TOS, VOU CAN &ET THAT MUCH OW >iDiJR POLICY WITH- Frank T. Morris Agency, Inc. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BE SURE-INSURE 125 4th St. Ph. 3063 Clinton HD Club /otes On Programs or Coming.Year Program planning was voted son at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Clinton township D -club at the home of Mrs, am Sailors. Mrs. William Heckard opened /ith the pledges and creed after •hich each member told about er favorite hobby. Some of the nembers' hobbes were displayed Mrs. Earl Rinehart read the islory of the song of the month nd Mrs. Car! Hamilton led sing- ng. Mrs. Harold Gross present- d the health and safety lesson n- immunization. Roll call was answered with my most embarrassing mo ment" by 19 members and three ;uest.s, Mrs. Bob Gillieron, Mrs lelen .lane Seaman and Mrs ulia Groninger. Mrs. Eldo Meeker gave the sec clary's report and Mrs. Barnej ~'owlen, the treasurer's accouni Thank-yous were read and plan: made for a club trip in the hea iilure. Program planning was dis cussed for next year and votec upon. Those wishing to alien he Homemakers conference a Purdue were asked to conlac Mrs. Eldo Meeker or Mrs. Job Tustice. Mrs. Hamillon won (he doo m/e. R.efreshmenls were servec ty the hostess, assisted by Mr? Tom Martin and Mrs. Lottie Wa" lace. St. Ann's Club Plans June Picnic Plans for the annual picn: were discussed at the Thursda evening meeting of St. Ann study club of St. Vincent's churt at the home of Mrs. Olivia Sche! The meeting opened with pra er and members pledged praye to the siuccess of the Ecumenic Council. A lunch was served from table decorated with spring fliy ers and during the social ho games were enjoyed. It was announced that the a nual covered dish picnic will 1 held June 28 at the home Mrs. Manice Crowe, 1313 Smei street, at 6:30 p.m. Eagle Boosters Install Officers Installation of new officers w conducted by the Ladies Eag Booster club Thursday evenii at (he club, Eagles'members served a su per to the ladies prior to the i stallation. New officers are: Vera Gu.< president; Margaret Presull vice-president; Mary Jo Hurlbur treasurer; Ruth Seward, seer tary; Edythe Bender, junior pa president; Alia Foust, chaplai Hazel Emmerd. inner guard; an Erma Walls, conductress.. ar \ Social Calen FRIDAY 6:30 p.m.— Owl's club, YWCA. 7:30 p.m.— Logansport Assembly No. 6, Order of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Temple. __ __ A pail' championship game was played Thursday evening at the meeting of the Women's Duplicate Bridge club ai the YWCA. Winners were: Mrs!. Charles Viney and Mrs., Eobtirt David, first; Mrs. J. J. Sil'adi and Mrs. George Raub, second; Mrs. Rus- Combs ;md Mrs. Don O'Neill, fourth. The nexi game is June 7. TD CLUB CONVENES The TD chili enjoyed a fish dinner Wednesday evening at Pittsburg after .which bunco was played at the liome of Charlotte Sailors. Prizes went to Suzanne Porter, Lucille Michael anci Eileen Mu'llencup-. The September sell Boyer and Mrs;. Stewart I meeting will be at the Mollencup Buchanan, third; Mrs. Berne!'home. "1 supposiB you'd like to have m« buy a power lawn mov/er aha 1 finance it through The F &' M Bank?" AOD ITlERCHAnT* LOGAPSPORT. InDIAI-IA TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Broadway tit Pearl Eastgate Plaza Branch PICTURES IS YOUR CAMERA READY? FILMS... W© Have All Kinds COWJR- BLACK Ml* WHITE Verichrome Pan—Kodaeolor—iKodwchrome II Ektacibrome— Movie 8mm -cmd Hmm Polaroid-10 See,, 9PJ6GIAL fin AI4L In WEATHER YiDiull Need a few -flash Bulbs Flash In the Sun? 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