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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SATELLITE CAKE 'ORBITS' PARTY-If you have a future Astronaut or junior spaceman who's planning a birthday soon, put his party into orbit with this ice cream cake surrounded with , cookie, "satellites." The attractive party dessert is quick and easy. -Simply layer 1 quart each of junior's 3 favorite ice cream flavors (3 quarts) in an 8-inch spring form pan. Freeze until solid. Unmold and decorate with his favorite cookies, placed in "orbit" on toothpicks. Makes about 15 servings. Complete party decor with' paper stars and foil moons and give each spaceman a rocket ship favor. Social Calendar MONDAY 7:15 p.m.—Cass county HD Chorus, St. Luke's church. 7:30 p.m.—LHS class of 1922, Paul Miller home, 1811 Spear. 7:45 p.m.—Psi Iota Xi, Mrs. Verner Hedlund, 631 Davis Road. 8:00 p.m.—Fulton OES. Masonic hall. Broadway Circles Conduct Separate Business Sessions . Two circles of the Broadway Methodist church convened , for separate meetings as follows: The Joan Dutro circle staged a dinner meeting Wednesday at the Ben Hur with 15 members and. four guests, Mrs. Raymond Echols, Mrs. Raymond Gust, Mrs. Erwin Breeden and Mrs. Hugh Markell, attending. Devotionals were given by Mrs. Richard Bartlett. Flanking the tables were centerpieces • of peonies and individual potted plants used as place markers. Mrs. James Thomas and Mrs. John Bowman, who were on the entertainment committee, conducted contests. Winners were: Mrs. Phil Sprinkle, Mrs. Don Doty, Mrs. Charles Lowry, Mrs. Harry Chell, Mrs. Erwin Breeden, Mrs. James Beatty and Mrs. Stanley Smith. The Joan Dutro circle will host a joint meeting with Wesleyan Guild on June 4. The June meeting of the circle will be announced later. „ TRI-L HD CtUB A special lesson on "Understanding Your''Cosmetics" highlighted the Tri-L HD club\ meeting conducted at the home of Mrs. Walter Ward with Mrs. 'Russell Winnings assisting. . Mrs. Jesse Jones led the flag salutes 'and devotions were offered by Mrs. Winings, Mrs. Jay Hinkle submitted the secretary- treasurer reports and the business session was conducted .by Mrs. Paul Rush, president. The song of the month was read by Mrs. Harold Nicholas. The lesson on cosmetics was presented by Mrs. Herman Deniston and Mrs. Catherine Conn, a guest from the Walton HD club. During a social hour, a contest prize was won by Mrs. Raymond Erbaugh and the door prize by Mrs. Paul Rush. There were 15 members and three guests,- Mrs. James Howard, Mrs.' Deniston and Mrs. Catherine Conn, in attendance. MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA A mother and daughter tea was staged - Wednesday afternoon by the Women's Fellowship of the Crooked Creek church with members and 11 guests attending. Group singing was led by Mary Ellen • Campbell and Mrs. Sarah Graham gave devotions honoring the following honorary mothers: Mary Fry, Effie Coleman, Myrtle Vernon, Grace Hall and Dorothy McLeland. Bernice Baer was in charge oi the program. Mary Hand sang two songs and readings -were given by Lee Ellen Campbell Mary Gladys Brown, Doris Kistler and Bernice Baer. An organ selection was presented by Mary Miller and! the closing prayer offered by Rev. Virden Graham The hostesses, were Mary Ellen Campbell, Ja'ne Kennell, Billene Fry and Betty Fairer. Washington Club Entertains Guests \ Mrs. Arthur Leffert was hostess » 26 members'of the Washington township, Cass county, HD .club and 19 guests of the Deer Creek HD club No. 2. The president, Mrs. William Gangloff, welcomed members and guests and read.a poem "-Daddy's Thanks." "My mother's '-hobby" was the response to roll call. The song leader, Mrs. Bert Nicodemus, read the history and Ihe group sang the song of the month, followed by devotions by Mrs. Nicodemus on "Beauty." Happy Birthday was sung to Mrs, Mary Peters, a guest, / The president announced the Purdue Conference for June 12 14, also that the committee for the 4-H Fair food stand would serve Friday, August 10th. She also thanked the hostess and her committee. Mrs. Leffert introduced Mrs. Nellie Bradfield, who told of her trip to Bermuda with a group of friends. Mrs.' Clifford Dehaven read a poem "My^Mother," and Mrs. Homer Martin and Mrs. Carl Jones .were winners in contests appropriate for the occasion. Mrs, Esther Sprinkle and Mrs. Genevieve Hardy, guests, were awarded- door prizes. Refreshments of punch, cookies, nuts and mints were served by the hostess and her committee, Mrs. Clara Vance, Mrs. Fred Herrick and Mrs, Gilbert Raderstorf. The next meeting will be June 28 with Miss Mary Bradfield. WEBB CHAPEL WSCS' "Time To Share" was the topic of the lesson presented by Emmy Speicher during the Webb Chapel WSCS session conducted at the home of Mrs. Alice Siferd, route 1. . ' " Nell Tribbett gave devotions corresponding with the lesson and those present gave their pledges for the coming year. , A Lafayette sub-district meeting was announced to be held at the Webb' Chapel church in September. A letter was also read, announcing an antique show on June 14-16 to be sponsored by the First Methodist church, of Michigan City. ' . . Mildred Moss, .president, gave a poem, closing the meeting. Assisting the hostess in serving refreshments 'were Jean Forgey and Margaret Ide. . The next meeting will be June 28-at the home of'Mary K. Me Kaig at 7:30 p.m. BEST EVER CLASS The, Best, Ever class of the Broadway Methodist church held its monthly party 'at the home oi the Misses Bertha and Goldie Jackson. . ' Devotions were given-by Mrs. Glen Fairman and;'for entertainment the' 18 .members and -one guest in attendance told of where they had gone on vacations. The hostesses were assisted by Miss Effie Tucker and Mrs. Fairman. • -The_ committee for the June party will include: Mrs. Jane Young, Mrs, Ella 'F.ahnstock and Mrs. Ada Hedrick. ' PRESENT TOP GI'RL SCOUT AWARD TO CATHY HATCHER, BETH A. PERRONE Cathy Hatcher and Beth Ann Perrone, members of St. Joseph's school troop 16, were awarded and Diane Perrone; Dabbler, Rita .he Curved Bar, highest rank in :he Intermediate Girl Scout program, during a court of honor at he annual Mother's Tea Friday at the school hall. Mrs. Donald Brown, troop leader, and Mrs. -Joy Applegate, director of camp activities and Senior Scout leader, made the Sally Szewczyk, Trohbieter, Cathie Brown, presentations and also awarded joth girls the Senior'tie and cap. Mrs. Brown stated that this is one of the few times in the history of the troop that the Curved Bar award has been earned. In order :o attain the rank, the Scouts developed additional , skills and oiowledge in the homemaking Field and maintained a high standard of work and continuous service during the past year. Mrs. James Frohbieter served as toastmistress for the event which opened with the flag presentation. The court of honor irogram opened with the Fly-Up ceremony. Wings were given to Karen Long and June Summers. Mrs. Joy Applegate gave a descriptive talk on "What Is a airl Scout?" She also announced ;hat the Day Camp sessions will e June .25-2!) and July 9-13. "Scout's Own" was given, as follows: Opening, poem, by Madonna Nowviskie, Juliette Lowe, yy Cathy Hatcher; What is Scouting by Beth Ann Perrone; World Association, by Diane Perrone; and Thought to, be Remember, ay Elaine Piercy. Awarding of Second Class radge was given by Mrs. Robert Bruck and Mrs. Robert Grusenmeyer to the following girls; Diane Bruck, Linda Ausperck, Mary Beth Stevenson, Marsha Albright, Annette Gill, • Jean Ann Morris, Barbara Corso, Anna Marie Alberts, Susan La Blanc, Pat Hoover, Linda Schodrof and Rebecca Hettinger. Dressmaking badge- was presented to Diane Bruck; Cooking badge to Mary Hatcher and Ann Grusenmeyer. J ' , Mrs. Don Brown and Mrs. James Frushour gave" Proficiency badges as follows: Dressmaking, Cathy Hatcher, Beth Ann Perrone arid Laura-'Hoover. Home, Health and Safety, Cathy Hatcher, Beth Ann Perrone, Thecla Leslie and Christine Long; Health Aid and Conservation, Cathy Hatcher and Beth Ann Perrone; Home.-Maker, Thecla Leslie, Marianne > Loner, Sheila Fesler and Cathie Brown. Home Gardener, Reptile, Housekeeper and .Writer: Madonna Nowviskie; Cook, Alma Hoover, Writer,, Mariel Loner, Housekeeper -'and Sports, Marianne Loner; Sports and Child Care, Joyce Frushour; Painting and Drawing, .Carol Frohbieter. .Home .Nurse,.Elaine Piercy and Diane Perrone; Child Care, Thecla Leslie; Campcraft and Adventure, Carol /Frohbieter and Elaini Piercy; ,". Hospitality, Ann Clarfcl Mariel Loner, Elaine Piercy and Christine Long. Players, Cathy Hatcher, Beth Ann Perrone, Cathie Brown, Joyce Frushour, Marianne Loner, Ann.Clark, Madonna Nowviskie Carol Alma •loover, Madonna Nowviskie, Ma rianne Lone, Andrea Blake, Joyce ?rushour and Sheila Fesler. Game, Diane Perrone, Marie] oner, Madonna Nowviskie, Cathe Brown, Carol Frohbieter," Beth Ann Perrone, Joyce Frushour, Phecla Leslie, Pam Tocco, Sheila Tester, Marianne Loner, Christine iong and Elaine .Piercy. First !lass, Madonna Nowviskie and Ilaine Piercy. Mrs. James Hatcher presented red rose to the leaders, Mrs. 3rown, Mrs. Frushour, Mrs, Bruck, Mrs. Grusenmeyer and Urs. Frohbieter, in appreciation of their work during the year, Mrs. Mike Clark and Mrs. ?rushour were awarded five-year )ins. Diane Bruck, Laura Hoover, DR.O.L.BRAUN Hog. Podiatriit , Foot Sp«ciallit FOOT AILMENTS Of!ic» 314 North St. LOGANSPORT. PHONE 3330 W«dn«duyi-fridayi 9-4:30 layers Entertain At Beta Sigma, Phi Mother's Day Fete Alpha Phi and Xi Gamma Xi chapters of Bet Sigma Phi sorqr- ty held the annual Mother's Day; janquet Thursday evening at the Jen Hur." Butterfly name cards and 'art'- •rial potted plants which were >resented to guests decorated the ;ables. ' . ' Mrs. Willis Montgomery, president of Alpha Phi chapter, gave he welcome and presented Joan Jear and Mary Lou, Wedekind, who were in charge of the program. Eleanor Reinert, of the Civic 'layers, introduced the first skit I the evening, "The Green-Eyed Dragon with 13 Tails." Taking 1 jart were Sue Tomlinson and the ollBwing children: Gene Wede- <ind, Edward Wedekind, Diana Wedekind, Cindy Wedekind, Kicke Reinert and Christopher Reinert. . Pat Nichols and Eleanor Reinert presented a scene from "Mary if Scotland," followed by two ladings from 'Please Don't Eat he Daisies.'" A contest of guessing baby rictures of members and guests vas won by Mrs. 'Betty Miller. ?he door prize went to Mary Lou Vedekind. „ During a short business session, Mrs. Pat Cronin, president of Xi Gamma Xi, presented exemplar pins to Betty Robertson, )onna Randolph, Nadine Sw-artz, Jeverly Hipsher and Corrine Mattes. It was announced that Alpha ?hi will hold a special meeting :o discuss a ways and means project. Guests were: Mrs. Joe Cronin, Mrs. Fred' Kerber, Mrs. L. W. Hinely, Crystal Helsema, Mrs. John Dunsizer, Mrs. Violet ffaynes, Mrs. Edith Swartz, Mary Miller, Mrs. May Cochran, Mary 'ampbell, Lois Boeckelman, Madge Hipsher, Ruth Beck, Mrs. iValter Wedekind, and Mary Marocco. 3eth Ann Perrone rlatcher modeled and Cathy skirts anc Blouses they made to complete requirements for the Dressmaking jadge. Mrs. Eugene Nowviskie j las completed her first year'ol scouting as a member of • the troop committee gave . a briel ;alk on what Girl Scouting has meant to her. The Scouts served refreshments .0 their mothers from a table decorated in gold and- green, signifying the 50th year, of .Scouting. Articles made in order to complete requirements for badges were displayed. Eagles Host Dinner For Boosters Prior To Installation Fifty members of the Ladle; Eagle Booster club were enter tained at a steak dinner, servec by Eagles Aerie 323 prior ..to in. stallation of officers Thursday evening at the club., The officers were seated at', a table 'centered with a bouquet o roses. Ruth Seward offered grace Following the ; . dinner, ,Anr Fries, installing officer, assisted by Dorothy Hipskind, marshal, installed the following new'officers: Vera Gust;, president; Margare Presutto, vice - president; Edythe Bender, junior past president; Ruth Seward, .secretary; Mary Jo Hurlburt;/'treasurer; Alta FouSt chaplain; Erma 'Walls, conduc tress; Hazel Emmerd, inner guard. ' ' . The president presented each officer with 1 a gift., A social.hour was enjoyed with bridge prizes going to Edythe Bender, Jeanette Bender and Dor othy^ Hipskind. '; Euchre prizes were won by Ada Gross, Erma Walls and/Gladys Wolfe; buncp Margaret Presutto, -Rose Laratta and Pearl Jackson; door prizes Dorothy Allen, Julia Martin, TJr sula Dieckman, 1 Ruth Seward anc Isabel Rhodes. 'Lola Gearhar w.asi hostess. A Business 'meeting will b« helc June 14. . POTTED TOMATOES ' in Peat Pots , Plant Pot and All Cabbage, eaiiliflnwtr, mango pimento'ei, paniits, pi! vari>fi»» of petuniat and btdding. plants. PLEASANT, HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 PliDiant Hill Monday Evening, May 28,1962. St. Rose Club Sets Dinner for June 20 Plans for the final meeting of the season were made at the recent meeting of the St. Rose of Lima study club at the home of Mrs. Amelia Green, The Rosary was recited and final business discussed after which the lesson from the study book was led by Eloise Kimes. Refreshments' were served from table decorated with spring flowers and tapers. Mrs. Gertrude McCarty was a guest. Plans were made to close the season at a dinner June 20 at the home of Mrs. Catherine Coru'e. Miss Local Blood Quota By One Pint One hundred twenty-four pints of blood were given to the Red Cross Bloodmobile when it visited Logansport Friday. This was one pint short of the quota of 125. . The visit, sponsored by the Cass county Ministerial Association drew donors from the following: Baptist Temple, 26; George Streel Baptist church, 3; Ninth- Street Christian, .11;. Market Street Methodist, '9; Calvary Presbyterian, 8; Broadway Methodist, 8; Wheatland Avenue Methodist, 5; Broadway EUB, 5; Third Street EUB, 1; Pilgrim Holiness, 1; St. Luke's, 1; Broadway Alliance, 2; First Church.... of Christ, Scientist, 1; Helm Street Church of God, 1; Main Street Methodist, 1; Trinity Episcopal', 2; St. Joseph's, 6; and St. Vincent's 3. There were 32 donations from 19 churches in the county. Mrs. Lucille Homburg, of rural route 2, was awarded a three-gallon pin .while one gallon pins went to ' Mrs. Marjorie McKee, 1618 Miles St.; Kenneth Culp, rural route 1; Vincent Skelton, 835 State St.; Mrs, Jean McNaught, 1400 Spear St.; Walter Shaver, Jr., of 2020 Spear St., and Mrs. Donald Sayger,' : of 214 Seventh St.' The next visit of the Bloodmobile is scheduled for June 25. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! CremeOil Cold Wave ONLY Including Haircut Open Daily 8:30 to 5 p.m. CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP NELl SMITH, Optrator 5th I E. Broadway Ovor.Balky'i BROADWAY EUB MEMBERS HONOR RETIRING MINISTER AND ORGANIST Members of the Bjoaclway EUB "Florida Here We Come." Dr. V. A. Carlson, Conference Superintendent, gave the closing remarks and benediction. There were 150 members of the church present. church entertained with a supper and "This is Your'Life" program Sunday evening in honor of their retiring pastor and his wife, Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Smith. Also honored at the. event were ;he church organist and her husband, Mr. and Mrs! Eussell Flory, who are ; moving to Warsaw. The special 'honor was a complete surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Flory, who had worked on the supper committee for the went, unaware ;hat they, too, were to 'be special juesls. • - ' Dr. Smith will''1'etire from the ministry June 5 and the couple will move to Orlando, Fla., near :heir son, Eugene. Beverly Nicholes narrated the "This is Your Life" program with Gene. Alber playing the part of Dr. Smith. During the program, a telegram was read from heir son and slides of their new lome were , shown, Marvin Nicholes, president of the Board of Trustees, presented a gift to he couple. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Flory and heir daughter, Ruth Ellen, will move to Warsaw in the,near fu- ure. Marsha.'Huffman read several humoruos experiences concerning the couple after which Joseph Huffman, choir director, >resented Mrs. Flory with a gift rom the choir. Among those present to honor .he couple were her parents, Mr. arid Mrs..-Lewis E. Robert, of Peru, his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Webb Flory and sons, and a cousin, Mrs. Lou Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Huffman were also surprised with a farewell gift, an 8-foot list of items they must remember to take on their summer trip to Europe. Teenagers of the church participating in the program includ ed: Louis Stepp, James Ellars, Greg Nicholes, Carol Mandt, Cheryl Huffman, Carol Fife, Jan ice Kitchell, Janet and Joyce Leedy. On the entertainment committee for the -- evening were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nicholes, Mr. and Mrs.' John Beale and Mr. and Mrs. .Wayne Jackson; supper committee, Mr. and Mrs, William Carney, Mr.- and Mrsj Russell Flory, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and Mr. and Mrs.-C. R. Settlemyre. Tables were decorated with tropical fruit, palm trees anc miniature moving vans loadec with fflr.niture and signs reading SOCIETY Daughters of America Past Councilors club will meet at the home of Mable Ray Tuesday eve. ning at 8 o'clock. —•&— The Miami Baptist Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon . at 1:30 o'clock at the church with Mrs. Agnes Flory and Mrs. Ruth Mason as hostesses. There will be installation of officers. SUE DUNHAM Members of the Sue Dunham circle convened at the home of Mrs. Raymond Gust, 2115 High street, with Mrs. Raymond Echols, circle chairman, in charge. Mrs. Echols announced the last General WSCS meeting will be an evening dessert or. June 4 at the church dining room. Reports were given and Mrs. Elolland Baker, circle chairman- elect, presented Mrs. Echols with a corsage and Woman's Society ;)in for her guidance given to the circle during the past year. For the program entitled "The Ihurch and Its .Missions," the members divided into groups and leld discussions. Following the discussions, they convened together for a question and answer period. A skit was presented by Mrs. Phil Sprinkle and Mrs. Stanley Smith, after which Mrs. Eugene Smith led in devotions. Refreshments were served to 15 members and two guests by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Smith. SUB DEBS ELECT Officers were elected and new members welcomed by the Sub Deb during its meeting held at the home of Cheryl Reid. The officer election resulted as follows: Karen McKeever, president; Connie Carr, vice-president; Judy Shanks, assistant vice-president; Shelly • Morris, secretary; and Sheryl Reid, treasurer. The new members welcomed were: Janie Wheatley, Binnie Rohrbaugh, Gretchen Schmidt, Pat Herron, Diane Grecinsfelder, Cindy Hall, Judy Shanks, Pal Martin, Elizabeth Hcndricks,. Joan Brookmeyer and Barbara Gohl. Mother-Daughter Banquet Staged By Woodman Circles Members of Ivy Grove No. 41 and Alpha Kappa chapter, of Tau Phi Lambda, and Alpha Alpha Omicron, of Supreme Forest Woodman circle, convened recently for their annual mother- daughler banquet at Pm.-ccH's with 32 attending. The opening prayer was given by Elizabeth Moore, Alph.-i Alpha Omicron president. Tables were flanked with miniature white fans, flowers and greenery. Gertrude Myers, president of Ivy Grove No, 41, gave the welcome and each member introduced herself and guest. Mrs. Ann Wells, of Indianapolis, who is state manager and national musician of Supreme Forest Woodman circle, was the honored guest. Mrs. Wells gave a brief talk, announcing (he Central District meeting had been cancelled and the Northern District meeting will be May 27 .at the Oliver hotel, South Bend. Mrs. Ellie Johnson, sorority mother, was presented with a gift from Alpha Alpha Omicron and Tau Phi Lambda. Door prizes were won by Ruth Bishop, Betty Cooley, Lillian Kerchner, Kathy Nelhercutt, Evelyn Marier, Mary Hershberger, Olive Carey, Iva Meyer, Agnes Papula, Pat Garrison, Millie Thomas, Mary Hatlen, Laura Boatman and Geneva lies. Elizabeth Moore closed the program. AFB Club Receives Official Charter BUNKER HILL - The Bunker Hill Air Force Base Toastrnistrcss, club received its official charier from Mrs. George Bennet, treasurer of the International Toastmistress clubs. The official presentation was preceded by a social hour and a dinner at the Officer's Open Mess. Chalmer M. Denny, of Kokomo, and Reverend Dale Dickey, of Peru, were guest speakers for the occasion. Reverend Dickey is pastor of the First Presbyterian church, of Peru. Mr. Denny, main speaker for the evening spoke on the "Life and Growth of the Toaslmistress Club." 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