Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 29, 1962 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 29, 1962
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Bvening, May 29, 1962 Social Calendar TUESDAY 8 p.m.—Daughters of America Past Councilors club, Mabls Kay. THURSDAY 1 p.m.—YWCA Bridge club, parlors. . 1:30 p.m.—Miami Baptist Missionary society, at church. 2(jj.m.—Good Cheer class, at Wheatland avenue Methodist church. MEMORIAL DAY SOUFFLE—Here's a dessert that's just a little different and perfect for a special occasion like Memorial Day. Puffed light and lender, this souffle is richly flavored with cream cheese and chocolate and would be the ideal finish for a holiday cookout. It can be baking while you're outside enjoying yourself. And if you've never made a souffle, have no fear. This chocolate puff is quite easy to prepare. Just remember that the egg whites should be beaten till shiny and stiff enough to hold peaks when you lift the beater from the bowl. Do not overheat or the egg whites will be dry and loose the air bubbles needed to puff the souffle. Gently fold the whites into the.chocolate sauce until just blended, remembering it is more important to keep the air bubbles than to have the mixture thoroughly mixed. Pour into a one and one-half quart casserole, straight sided and ungreased. Then place the dish in a pan of hot water arid bake. Now relax for an hour till it's'done. CHOCOLATE DESSERT SOUFFLE 2 tablespoons margarine 2 1-oz. squares unsweetened 2 tablespoons flour • chocolate, melted . Vi teaspoon salt ' 3 eggs, separated 1 cup milk >/2 cup granulated sugar 1 8-oii. pkg. cream cheese, . ; cut into cubes Make a cream sauce with the margarine, flour, salt and milk. Add the cream cheese and chocolate, stirring until well blended. Beat (he egg yolks until thick and foamy, gradually adding the sugar. Add to the chocolate sauce. Beat .the egg whites until stiff peaks form and fold in the chocolate sauce. Pour into a I'/i-quart casserole. Place in hot water and bake at 325°, 50 to 60 minutes. ' .Mothers of War 2 Conduct District Meeting at Akron Sixty-seven members of Mothers of World War 2 attended the district meeting Friday at the Akron American Legion home with Akron unit 127 as host. The district president, Muriel Englert, of Monon unit 60, called the session to order and the president of Akron unit extended the welcome. Sally Miller, of Rochester unit 32, was in charge of the' roll call of officers and also read the minutes and the National Convention Call. The convention will be held in Chicago on June 25-28. The financial secretary and treasurer, Vietta Short, of Knox unit 148 ,and Elsje Bushing, of Logansport unit 18, gave their reports. Roll call of units was held with Deer Creek township unit 96 receiving the trophy for traveling the greatest distance. The members of the Akron unit served the noon dinner from tables decorated with miniature Japanese umbrellas. Favors marked eqeh place. During 1 the meal, piano solos were played by Brenda Doub and a vocal solo was given by Sandra Hop'kirs. Both are daughters of members from the Akron unit. Mrs. Naomi Conrad, wife of -Rev. Harold Conrad, of the Church of God, gave an interesting talk on the missions in Kenya, Africa, where she was a nurse in a hospital for five years. The district president appointed officers which were installed by Gladys Bowyer, state president. They are: chaplain, Esta Nelson, Deer Creek unit 96; parliamentarian, Fern Kline, Monon unit 60; musician, Mabel Hartung, Rochester unit 32; song leader, Stella Fouts, Deer Creek unit 96; first color bearer, Gladys Shullz, Rochester unit 32; second color bearer, Ethel Whetstone, Mentone unit 106; first color guard, Marie Anderson, Logansport unit 18. The district president also named the following district chairmen; rehabilitation, Adaline Price, Onward unit 131; membership, Ida Bechdol, Onward unit 131; VHS, Gladys Jump, Deer Creek unit 96; Americanism, Mildred Cook, Walton unit 28; legislative, Esther Fentersmaker, Akron unit 127; child welfare, Pearl Jones, Logansport unit 18; community service, Katy Miller, Winamac unit 122; poinsettia, Hazel Hall, Knox unit 148; publicity and awards, Jennie Rerikenberger, Logansport unit 18; ritual, Mary Galbreath, Star City unit 129; unit activities,. Edith ; Kamp, Akron unit 127; veteran seals,' Lillian Radtke, Knox unit 148; and Civil Defense, Eldora Chumney, Walton unit 28. The district president reported 0R.O.L.BRAUN > Rag. Podiatrist " Foal Specialist FOOT AHMENTS Office 314 North SC LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 ', Wadn«day*-f riifay* 9-«:30 / Live Wire Class Plans June Picnic Plans for a June picnic were made at the Monday evening meeting of (he Live Wire class of the Bethel Methodist church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char les Kasch. Bob Nethcrcutt, president, conducted the meeting and appointed the following nominating committee: Phyllis Delaplane, Freida Sisson and Enid Jones. Officers will be elected at the picnic June 10 at Seven Sections Lake. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. HD Council Meet Set For June 1 The Cass county Home demonstration Council v/ill. convene for a meeting on Monday, June 4, at St. Luke's Lutheran church, beginning with 'a noon luncheon. Members are-responsible for reservations unless they notify the extension office by June 1, according to Beth Puett, county agent. Mrs. C. M. Ide, county president, requests that the following reports be prepared: food 'stanw committee by Mrs. Newer and committees designated at the last food stand committee meeting; and Achievement Day reports on place and menu by Deer Creek I, speaker by Clinton club, special by Potlowattomie club, and exhibits by Home and Hobby club. < The proposed revisions by the amendments committee will be voted on. at this session. Mrs. Richard Agness, district chairman, will also be present to discuss National Home Demonstration Conference. on the state convention and announced that the District 2 history book received first place in the state and the Onward unit 131 won first place for its history book and second for the scrapbook. The next district meeting in August will be hosted by the Deer Creek unit 96. ^JOHN & TED LQOK9 UKC OUR NEIGHBOR WILL Bft NEEtHMG HIS POUCY SOON, WITH Frank T. Morris 1 Agency, Inc. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BE SURE-INSURE , 125 4th St. Ph. 3063 Methodist Church Honors Graduating Seniors At Dinner Graduating seniors who are members of the Who.atland avenue Methodist church were honored at a dinner and presented with Bibles Sunday eveniiig. at the church. Dinner music preceded the meal after which the invocation was given by Gale Stewart, • president of the senior M.Y.F. Group singing was led by Dan Pusey, accompanied by Carol Murphy. The seniors were welcomed and each introduced his parents and guests. Mrs. Harry Stewart presented Bibles to' the following iniors: Paul Hipsher, Judy Clark, Jeanne NeU.ercult, Mike Parente, Gary Hahn, Juanita Lawhorne and Ruth Ann Cowell. Seniors unable to be present were Janet Bell, Martha Daniels, Carolyn Insley and Tom Watts. The speaker for the evening was Rev. Dallas Landrum, pastor of the Hopewell Presbyterian churches of Wheeling and Deer Creek, who spoke and showed slides of his experiences as a missionary in Iran. The program concluded with the M.Y.F. benediction. Those preparing and serving the dinner were: Mrs. Hazel Michaels, Mrs. Dorothy Crisman, Mrs. Ruth Gordon, Mrs. Evelyn Wolf, Mrs. Betty 'Murphy, and Mrs. Mary Donnelly. Decorations were in keeping with the graduation theme. Additional Society On Page 10 Sigma Phi Gamma Elects Officers and Plans Pledge Rites Election of officers highlighted the regular business meeting of Sigma Phi Gamma sorority Monday evening at the city building. Mrs. William Smith was elected president; Mrs. Charles Erickson, vice-president; Mrs. John Bower, treasurer; Miss . Linda Lape, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Milton Cole, social secretary; Mrs. Deb Tinkle, recording secretary; Miss Letha Galbreath, welfare secretary; Mrs. Tom Slusser, historian; 'Miss Nancy Schawitsch, editor; Mrs, Dean Warner, organizer; Mrs. Jack Cotner, counselor. Mrs. Cassius Carr, chairman of the nominating committee presented the new slate. Mrs. Cotner, retiring president, conducted the session when plans were made to hold a rummage sale in the near future. Mrs. Leo Weaver was named to 1 select a site for the sale. An inactive membership was granted to Mrs. Kenneth Oldham. A note was read from the Hendricks Rehabilitation Center, thanking the sorority for the cookies which members baked for the Center's open house. It was voted to present the maternity wards at both local hospitals with birthday candles for the newborn babies, Mrs. Paul Shanks arid Mrs. Fred Moss were named to'the auditing committee. Pledge services will be held at the YWCA June 11 with Mrs'. Joseph Alberts as chairman, assisted by Miss Diane Gibson, Miss Jennie Drpmpp, Mrs. Smith, Miss Mary Jane Reid, Miss Connie Oldham and Miss Carol Chapman. Read the Want Ads! MY CLEANING Cut costs, get professional results, Thrifty, coin-operated machines do'your dry cleaning automatically, quickly, Cottons, wools, synthetics, slllts, ' knits, eorrfu- roys , . . ovary thing cleans beautifully. me. BAiSTGATE iPLAZA You save 75% on your dry cleaning bills! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five i lota Xi Fetes D ast Presidents At Party Meeting Twenty-four past presidents of Alpha Xi chapter, Psi Iota Xi iorority, were special guests at,a party Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Verner Hedlund, 031 Davis Road. Mrs. Ronald Barnes presented each guest with a yellow rose corsage tied with turquoise rib-, orin, representing the sorority's colors. Each past- president related some interesting event which look place during, her term of office. Past' presidents honored were: Jean Abner, Janet Carr, Jeanne Fairman, Alice Hedlun'J, Maryalice Kilchell, Tamar Discher, Gladys Morris, Maryellen Mull, Thelma Sines,' Kathryn Smith, Janet Uhl, Virginia While, Tina Smith, Virginia Baker, Mary Green, Irene Lanning, Virginia Kniesly, Helen Moody, Virginia Persinger, Ruth Leigh Shoop, W.il- ma Smith, Lucille Nagle, Marie Sebastian and Inez Greensfolder. Miss Thelma Sines was presented with an additional gift for having been the only member of Alpha Xi to serve as national president. Miss Sines held this office in 1931. Miss Harriet Huff was also honored as being a charter member of the local chapter which was organized in 1925. Mrs. Robert Nickel presented a monologue entitled "Around the World in 80 Reels". The door prize was presented to Judy Williamson. Ribbon sandwiches, nuts, coffee and tea were served from a decorated tea table, centered with a replica of the sorority pin in gold arid biue fiankVd by gold candelabra with turquoise candles. Marilyn Norzinskay, newly elected president,' presided at the serving table, The committee in charge of arrangements for the party consisted of Mrs. Ronald Barnes, chairman, Mrs. Mark Smith, Mrs, Verner Hedlund and Miss Maryellen Mull. The next meeting will he pledg The Men's Duplicate Bridge club met Monday evening at the YWCA. • Winners were: -Walter Wedekind and Walter Cuppy, first; Martin Levy iiiid Paul Kraut, 'second; John Klein and Edwin Busjahn, 1 third; Jack Saadi a-id Dr. .Char: les Viney, fourth. Progressive Club Adjourns Until Fall The Woman's Progressive club closed it)s season with a picnic dinner Monday noon at Dykeman park.- Grace was affered by -'Mrs. Myra Gordon and following the dinner, Miss Lelah Stephens, president, conducted the business session. The salutes to the flags were led by Mrs. Blanche Miller- and Mrs. Gertrude Watts. The club collect was led by Mrs. Grace Marsh. ' Fifteen members responded to roll call by telling of their vacation plans. The secretary, Mrs. Nellie Hand, reported and outstanding bills, were allowed. Announcement was made of the general Federation of Clubs meeting set for June 25-29 at Washington D. C. with headquarters to be the Sheriden hotel. Miss Stephens thanked the club for cooperation during the year and also recited poetry. Miss Frankie Kinneman reported on flower money. The meeting closed with the watchword. PIN TIPPER LEAGUE • The Pin Tipper Bowling League elected new 'officers during a luncheon meeting at the Ben Hur with Mrs. Otto Neumann, retiring president, in charge. The new officers are: president, Barbara Clem; vice-president, Bub Thorington; secretary, Vera Purdy; and sea-geant-at-arms, Dude Moore. ing. on June 11 at the home ol Mrs. Robert Kreuzberger. Assisting .her will be Mrs. Doyle Campbell, Mrs. Paul Porter. Mrs. Joseph Uhl, and Mrs. James Myers Rodkey Studio OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY—Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dyer, of rural routa 2, Delphi, will celebrate (heir golden wedding anniversary with an open house for friends and relatives Sunday afternoon, June 3, from 2 to 5 o'clock at their home. The couple was married June 1, 1912, at Selina, Term. Mr, Dyer has been a farmer since the couple moved to Indiana from Tomkinsville, Ky. They are members of the Church of Christ in Delphi. Their children are: Bennett and William Dyer, Delphi; Mrs. Maudie Davis, Mrs. Lillie Mae Lemming, Brookslon; Mrs. Ada Spall, Crawforsville; and Mrs. Merta Rae Emmcll, Tomkinsville; The're are 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. Allen Fissel Guest of Honor at Pink, Blue Shower Mrs. Allen Fissel was the guest of honor at a pink and blue shower recently at the home of Mrs. Charles VanBriggle, 1525 Treen street. Contests were held with prizes going to Mrs. Clive Van Vleet, Mrs, George Delaplane and Mrs. David Donnelly. Pink and blue ruffles bordered the serving table covered with a while linen cloth. Pink and blue streamers suspended from the ceiling to a miniature nurse and doctor, centering Ihe table in front of a white cake trimmed with pink and blue flowers and booties. Mrs. Van Briggle, Mrs. Donald Smith and Mrs. Curtis Wells, hostesses, served the cake with lime punch, nuts and mints. Guesls attending were: Mrs. ayle Smith, Mrs. George Ueja- alane, Mrs. Willard Swigarl, Mrs. Clive VanVleel, Mrs. Donald McDowell, Mrs. Newlin Drake, Mrs. Donald S:hroder, Mrs. John Martin, Mrs. Ira McCormack, Mrs. Melvin Njus, Mrs. Charles VanClecf, Mrs, Charles Piper, Mrs. Orval King, Mrs. Paul Stone, 'Mrs. David Donnelly. Mrs. James Crighlon, Miss June Fissel, Miss Linda Fissel, Miss Petty VanBriggle, and Mrs. Roy Fissel. Unable to attend, but sending gifts were: Mrs, Gilbert Apfel- stadl, Mrs. Ves Chambers, Mrs. Fred McDowell, Mrs. Joe La- Tourrette, Mrs. Donald Shaffer, Mrs. Herman White, Mrs. Ralph Eberts, Mi's. Wayne Fisher. Mrs. Ernest Wolf, and Mrs. George Waickman, of Akron, Ohio, and Mrs. Francis Schmidt, of Lancaster, Ohio. Read the Want Ads We're Going To We MUST Reduce Our Stock Bargains Galore REDUCED -SEWING MACHINES (Floor Models—'Demonstrators) * REDUCED -Vac. Cleaner & Floor Polishers * REDUCED -NOTIONS T / 3 TO !/ 2 •REDUCED -FABRICS * REDUCED -USED SEWING MACHINES ENiTil'RE STOCK Come In and Visit Us NOW! Singer Sewing Center 311-4th$t. Phone 3417

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