Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 11
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Thursday Evening, May 31, 1962. OES At Fulton Conducts Memorial Service At Session An impressive memorial service was conducted during the business meeting of the Fulton chapter No. 376, OES, with Elsie Graham, worthy matron, presiding. The session opened in regular form, followed with the pledge to the Hag and singing of the National Anthem. Vases of summer flowers decorated the east and west. Associate matron, Merl Frye, reported Nyona: Smith ,ill and the death of the wife of Hendy Morris. Invitations were read to Friends Night at Walton on June 14 • and visit of the District Deputy at Mexico on June 14. Merl Frye was appointed examiner for the Proficiency Tests. A memorial service was heW under the direction of the worthy matron. Shirley Hulls and Nellie McGrew sang "Beyond the Sunset" followed with prayer by chaplain, Louise Cooper. Memorial Thoughts were given by the worthy matron and conductress, Berdenia Ball, and associate conductress, Marva Tam, draped the charter. Closing the service al! joined in singing "In the Garden". The next meeting will be June 11 for the visit of the District Deputy and initiation. Committee in charge is Anita Hoehne, Betty anc Ed Reames, Emma Becker, Wan da and Omer Hauser, and Arvilla Sutton. Refreshments were served in the dining room by Ruth Rent- scnler, Phyllis and Clifford Wray Christina Rouch, Kathryn Rent' schler, Ocie Clevenger, and Vir ginia Ditmire.. Set Recital Friday At Calvary Church A recital, will be staged Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Calvary Presbyterian church by (he students of Bonnie Rolhgeb Juanita Hunter and Barbari Mote. Students participating will in elude: Fritz . Kolmericn, Bo! Rothgeb, Audrey Novak, Paulett Echols, Becky Danely, Mary Fog el, Janie Buck, Tom Glendening Susan Jones, George Bean, Kathy Gaiser, John Bean, Rhoda Lamb Bigler, Gail Bennett, K r i Sidney Hansen, Ann Glendening Sheryl McClain and Pam Danely Theory awards will be pre sented. Bible School An evening program of the Hai rison township daily vacation Bi ble school will begin at 8 p.m Thursday in the Lucerne school. Handicraft will be displayed ir the rooms by children from age four through teenage. Friday wil be the last day of the two-wee —Harrington'Studio SILVER ANNIVERSARY-Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watson, of 509 West Linden avenue, will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary Friday, June 1. They were married -on June I, 1937, at the Baplist Temple with the Reverend Grover Foreward officiating. Mrs. Watson is the former Edna Mon'ow, daughter of the late William and Nancy (Austin) Morrow, of Twelve Mile. He is the son of Mamie OLarimore) Watson, of Rockfield, and the late John Watson. • ' Bolh are members of the Ninth street Christian church and Order of Eastern Star. Watson is also a member of Orient Lodge No. 272 and is employed as a foreman at Alpha Industries Inc. Mrs. Watson is employed as an inspector with the HBM.. Final Rites Monday For Raye Haney, 67, Resident of Florida Funeral services were conducted in Shreveport, La. for E. H. Wilson, 71, a native Of Logansport and retired secretary of the South' western Electric Power Co. He died in ^Doctor's Hospital in Shreveport. His sister, Mrs. Eloise Levan-., ger, of Logansport, attended- funeral riles al St. Mark's Episcopal church in Shreveporl. Olher local" survivors are three cousins: Miss Anna Gibson, Mrs. Belly VVorlhington and Miss Dorothy Wilson. He was born in this city Oct. 9, 1890, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Wilson. A lieutenant in the Air Force World War 1, he had lived in Shreveport .since May, 1920, and :iad been secretary of the. Southwestern company from 1925 until liis retirement in 1955. . He was a member of the American Legion. 40 and 8, Kiwanis club, Past Presidents of the Kiwanis club, and had served on the board of directors of. the' Salvation Army and on the vestry of St. Mark's Episcopal church. Survivors are his wife, Marion White Wilson; two sons: Stewart McConnell Wilson and 'Thomas William Wilson; four grandchildren, all of Shreveport. Petite Cream Cheese Pastries Are Ideal for Coffee Party Tipton PTA Fetes Teachers at Dinner The Tipton PTA- featured a dinner in honor of the teachers Tuesday noon at the school. John II. Mummert, principal, was a guest along with tfie other leachers as follows: Wayne A. Hile, Edward Stanley, Judy Nagel, Thelma J. Goris, Carol A. Brugh, .Cloe Wilkinson, Doris Brummet, Mary Spitznogle, Mary Thimler, ' Ruth. Miller, Mary .Tritt and Virginia Risinger. The meal was prepared and served by Marilyn Gale, Edith Wissinger, Kay Cowley, Gwen Simms, Betty Ellars,' M'ary Siddall, Betty Fellers, Edna Walson, •Juanita Walson, Marge Bishop, Eileen Adair, Marialee Williams and Betty Fincher. The youngest general officer in the Confederate army was William P. Roberts of North Cam lina. He was made a brigadier Feb. 23, 1885 at the'age of 23. General Lee is said to have, given his gaunllels lo Roberts at, the commissioning. TEEN'S You find just the right summer wear in our cool selection. • • COORDINATES SKHWS-IBLpUSES-SH OlRTS • Deck'Pants o Pedal Pushers • Jamaica Shorts • Blouses • Shirts • Swimsuits • Bead" Robes IN TEEN SIZES 8 T1O '14 MARY'S 327 E. Market CHILDREN SHOP Phone 2854 Now, c.aan all the.clothes in the family. . . . clean bedspreads and blankets, draperies and slipcovers . . . and savel Our automatic, coin-operated machines can cut your dry .cleaning costs 75%l nte. Eastgate 'Plaza It's quick, it's easy and results are great! Opossums rarely went north of 'irginia 50 years ago, but now hey are ietls. common in Massachu- Tragedy in India BOMBAY, India (UPD-Sixty- nine persons were killed Wednesday night when ah overloaded bus plunged 40 feet' down a gorge into the Mahor River' near Ah- •medabad in western India. Most or the victims, including many women and children, were believed trapped in the bus under water. Eighteen survivors were taken to a hospital. The bus was carrying 90 pas sengers. Read the Want Ads! PERSONALP LOANS Phone, Write or Stop In And See WAYNE CASSEL PHONE 6116 318-4th LOCAL FINAME Logansport, Ind. Whether you're entertaining old friends, new neighbors or your husbanbVs business associates, coffee and pastries are- always in good, taste. What's more, virtually everyone is a coffee-drinker. Your refreshments -need not be complicated, of course, but they can have a touch of elegance- much . easier than you migh imagine. , There are, for example, petite Cream Cheese Pastries. Using the cream cheese pastry base for all Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-TVibune Eleven •ary the shapes and fillings of /our pastries. The top tier of our ray holds pastry 1 'triangles filled vvifh sour cream and cherry preserves. The next "tier has Liver Pate Pastries and on the bottom arc Lobster Mayonnaise Pastries. CKEAM CHEESE PASTRY 1 cup butter or margarine 2 3-pz. pkgs, cream cheese i cups sifted enriched flour Soften butter at room tempera- .ure. Add cream cheese. Beat until smooth. Add flour, half cup at lime, blending wjjll after each addition. Work with fingers to smooth dough. Shape according ,o individual pastry recipes be- ow and bake in moderate oven, 350 degrees, for 20 minutes or until • lightly browned. Makes enough for about 3 dozen pastries. CHERRY CREAM PASTRIES Roll pastry '/4-inch thick. Cut in 2-inch squares, then diagonally into triangles. Make a depression n center of each triangle. Bake. Fill with thick dairy sour cream. Top with cherry preserves, LIVER PATE PASTRIES Roll pastry '/2-inch thick. Cut into oblongs, about 1 x l-V4-inches each. Make a trough-like depression in each oblong. Bake. Fill ith Liver Pale (Combine 1 2V4- oz. can liver pale, 1 hard-cooked egg, minced, 1 leaspoon prepared mustard, 2 teaspoons mayonnaise and 2 teaspoons drained sweet pickle). Garnish with chopped pimiento. LOBSTER MAYONNAISE PASTRIES Shape pastry in balls about 1 inch in diameter. With thumb Christian Science Meeting Monday Progress of the worldwide ac- ivilies of Ihe Christian Science movement will be reported at the annual meeting of The First. Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. The meeting, which will convene in Boston' on Monday, June 4, will bring logelher Ihousands of Christian Scientists from many parts of the United States, Canida, and oilier countries. A number, of church members from overseas areas are scheduled to arrive on special flights. New officers to be announced at the meeting include the incoming President and two now Readers of The Mother Church. New members of The, Christian Science Board of Lectureship will also be announced. Drowns In State Park JASONVILLE, Ind. (UPD- Terry Earl Cfder, 23, Terre Haute, drowned in Shakamak Stale Park lake Wednesday while swimming at a beach on a Memorial Day holiday outing. Oder's body was found in 20 feet of water near a diving board where he was seen last. There were no witnesses to the drowning. make a deep depression in each ball. Bake. Fill with Lobster Mayonnaise (Dice canned lobster meat. Add snipped chives and enough mayonnaise 1 to hold together). Garnish with sliced, pitted black olives. L(resqes i \ *fejggjgj6fe BUYS Regular Values to *t,17 Children's SHORT -JAMAICA Sets GffiL?3-6x SHORT SITS GUIS'7-M JAMAICA SOS 76 and 86 3-6x Short S«t SpMiall Button froac and over- bloujc tops with matching bo«c shorn. Eujr-care cotton fabrics in colorful plina Ind Jolid colors. OlrU' 7-14 Jamaica S*t. Strips, flotnl prints and sailor tops in jlccvclcsi styles; coordinated, jimtka. 100 % cotton is fiilty wuhablc; needs little ironing. Thur.-Fri.'S<tt.Onfy! 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