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Monday Evening, June 4,1962. ['.TIT* Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuno F!ve WOMAN ANTHROPOLOGIST WRECKS IMAGE OF STURDY, TAILORED TYPE By GAY PAULEY • ' ' knows of,, it offers an '"excellent PINK PARTY DESSERT—Pretty in pink is this special dessert for the bride's shower. It's so simple to prepare that it leaves the hostess calm, relaxed and ready to enjoy the party with her guests. Here's the recipe: drain one 1-lb, 454-oz. can pineapple chunks, two 12-oz. pkgs. frozen sliced peaches, thawed, two 10-oz. pkgs. frozen sliced strawberries, thawed, and combine the peach and strawberry, syrups, adding enough water to make 4 cups. Heat to boiling and add 2 pkgs. strawberry-flavoretl gelatin, stirring until gelatin dissolves. Cool. Combine 2 quarts heavy cream, two-thirds cup confectioner's sugar, % teaspoon salt and 1 teaspoon ginger. Whip until cream holds peaks. Fold in drained fruits and 1 pkg. fancy crest cookies, cut in. pieces. When gelatin is firm enough to mound when dropped from a spoon, fold into cream. Turn into 3 greased molds-in graduated sizes, 6, 7 and 8-inch. Freeze until firm. Unmold and stack together. Garnish with fresh strawberries, whipped cream and fancy cookies. Serve with pretty red punch. UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK CUPI) - .Mention woman anthropologist and the mind usually imagines a sturdy, tailored type digging in the.ruins of an ancient'civilizatioh. Then comes along Dr. Mariam Slater to wreck that image. Anthropologist'. Slater has • red- brown hair, large brown eyes and the figure of the fashion model which she once was. She's'five feet, six , inches barefoot and weighs 115 pounds. • • : A former reporter and sometimes actress and short story writer, Dr. Slater 'is an instructor in anthropology at Queens College of the City University of New York. On June 3D, the 39-year-old anthropologist will shed her city slicker shell complete with "little nothing" sheath dresses and head for Africa and 15 months in the bush country where khaki .pants, tent and. snakebite kit will be part of standard equipment. GPurpose- of the trip: to : study the customs of a tribe called the Nyiha, which lives in an isolated area- of the Nyasa-Tanganyika corridor in the southeastern coastal area of Africa. Have Little Knowledge According to the anthropologist, Htle first-hand knowledge of the Nyiha exists in research literature. The pioneering studies were done by Dr. Monica Wilson, whom Dr. Slater plans to visit at .he University of Capetown. She does know that the tribe', believed to number about 60,000, is seminomadic, and that its members are cultivators who 'depend on millet and on milk from their cattle as their food staples. Various groups of Nyiha, Dr. later said, % .follow their herds within a 70-mile radius of the village of Myeba, a territory ranging from the cold mountain ranges to the stifling la-keshore plains of southwestern Tangan. yika. She feels that^because isolation has preserved the tribe from cultural changes the outside world Welcome Wagon Stages. Supper At Guest Night Fete The Welcome Wagon Lullaby club met recently for a mother- daughter and guest night at the YWOA parlors with a carry-in supper being featured. Mrs. Gene Williams was hostess with Mrs. Gil Sothermel and • Mrs. Ken Emme as co-hostesses. Grace was offered by Mrs. Greg Binder, Welcome Wagon hostess.. A short business meeting was held with Mrs. Alvin Moore and Mrs. John Wood reading secretary and treasurer reports, respectively. Members -and guests arrived in hats that they had made and a prize for the most original went to Mrs. Ray Harris and for the silliest to Mrs. Mary Kesling. Other prizes went to Mrs. J. T. Proctor as the oldest grandmother present and to Mrs. Daisy Gorrell for having the most grandchildren. Mrs. John Wood won a game prize. Mrs. Koss Gibson was the guest speaker, reviewing the book, "It Was Not What I Expected." Mrs. Williams presented Mrs. Gibson with a -gift from the club. Guests included: Mrs. Harry Binder, Mrs. William Gallaher, Mrs. J. T. Proctor, Mrs. William Evans, Mrs. Daisy Gorrell, Mrs. Richard Walls, Mrs. Louis Dailey, Mrs. Ray 'Harris, Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Robert Ward, Mrs. Geneva Snyder, Mrs. Martina Howard, Mrs. James Berkholz, Mrs. Catherine Roberts, Mrs. Josephine Guckien, Mrs. June McDougal and Mrs. Patricia Grauel. YOUNG AMERICA OES Memorial services were held at the regular stated meeting of the Young America chapter No. 191, OES, with Marilyn Peters, worthy matron, presiding. It. was reported that Evelyn Robinson is confined to the Kokomo hospital. Caroline Billings; chairman of the finance research committee, reported and Marilyn Summe and Joan Dempsey were initiated into the order. The impressive .memorial services were conducted, for.deceas- ed membere with the worthy matron reading, "A Glimpse Into Heaven," assisted by the other officers. Refreshments were served at the close of the session. The refreshment committee for the June 14 meeting includes: Mildred Hite, chairman, Gene Hite, Joan Wilson, Yvonne Hayden and Ivan Hayden. Read the Want Ads! Social Calendar MONDAY • 8:30 p.m.—St. Joseph's Rosary society, covered dish dinner and white elephant'.sale, school hall. 7 p.m.—Broadway WS.CS and WSG, church dining room. 8 p.m.—Purity Rebekah lodge 127, IOOF hall. 8 p.m.—Jewel Rebekah lodge 541,17th street hall, Memorial service; , plans to be made for birthday fete. TUESDAY ' .' Noon—St. Joseph's hospital Sewing Circle, third floor lounge. 12:30 p.m.—Social club, L. S. to B. of L. F. and E., Dykeman park. 1 p.m.—Olive Branch Ladies' Aid, Mrs. Leon Crippen. l:30p.m.—BurnettsvilleWCTU, Mrs. Ina Snyder. SOCIETY Logansport (Assembly No. • 6, Order of the Rainbow...for Girls, will hold a regular stated meeting Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. Girls are to wear street dresses and; bring rituals. -•&The Main street WSCS will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church with Donna Braden in charge of the worship and program. —A— St. Veronica study club will hold a noon luncheon Wednesday at the Ben Hur, -•&Mental Culture club will hol<J v a picnic Wednesday noon at the lower pavilion o£ Spencer park. Members are to bring a white elephant and 'note the change of date and place. -#Naomi Shrine No. 9,' Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem will entertain guests for appointive officers Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the' IOOF hall. Guests are expected from Rochester, Remington, Frankfort, Wabash, Lafayette, Kokomo and other Shrines. All officers are to wear formals. Line officers will serve refreshments. —TV- Deer Creek HD club. No. 1 will meet with Anna Merrill -Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. There will be a lesson on herbs and spices. — ft— A carry-in fellowship supper will be held Sunday at 5 p.m. at the Wheatland avenue Methodist Church for all members and friends. Special invitation is extended to,all new members. Guest speaker will be Enrique Quihtana, formerly of Cuba. All, except new members, are to bring basket suppers. American motorists now drive their cars -an average, of nearly 10,000 miles .a year and. consume a total of 58 billion gallons of gasoline. Manufacturers of gaso- lines and oils invested nearly $23 million in 1960 in'national newspaper advertising to help promote their various products. Plan Local Civil Air Patrol Unit Plans for organizing a Civil Air Patrol unit in Logansport will-be discussed at a meeting in the Captain Logan hotel starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, according to Robert Williamson, local airport manager. Interested pilots in the area are invited, to attejid the organizational meeting, he said. The new 360 degree pilot's four- hour course developed by the University of Illinois and the Airplane Owners and. Pilot's Association-is now available at the airport, Williamson said. The course is designed to increase pilot safety in marginal -weather. IN SUBMITTING other airport news, Williamson said Monday that Roscoe Norton, of 2624 Stadium; drive,, recently, completed flight training and has received his s private license. i( . . Other Students enrolled in flight courses are: Lion- Moore, Tom Peterson, .Ronald, Smith, Glen Small, Shirley DeFord, Ruth Hammontree,' William Wood, \WiHiam Whitler, Donald-: Turner, Sam Williamson, John Williamson, Michael Babb and Joel Smith. *BOY SCOUTS who won prizes in the recent Kiwanis Scoutorama and .who were, given free plane rides at the airport Sunday were: Wayne Elkins, Harry Kruzick, Jim Rose; Larry Lucy, Michael Berkshire, Thomas Burk, Peter Darby, and James, Etiyart. Out of town corporation planes were flown into the airport last .week from Fort Wayne, Cleveland, Dayton, Chicago, Detroit, Evansville, Tecumseh, Indianapolis, South Bend, Louisville' and Cincinnati, Williamson said. DR.O.LBRAUN Keg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Offiet 314 North St. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 W«dnoiday.-*ricJay« 9-4:30 Miss Carol Brugh Honored at Shower Miss Carol Brugh, June 23rd bride-elect of Ralph Kramer, was honored recently at a pre-nuptial shower at the YWCA annex. The honored guests chosen colors of blue and white predominated in decorations. Suspending fromia chandelier above the center of the gift table were three white wedding, .bells accented with blue streamers which 1 cascaded to the corners, caught .-with ro settes and small white'bells. Blue streamers were ahi draped in the archway.' . : Games were,'pisyed with prizes going to Miss-' Dorothy Sherrill, Mrs. Chris Kramer, Mrs. Barbara Finton and. Helen Coleman. Duplicates were .presented to Miss Brugh. . ' , The hostesses, Miss Sue Zeider, Mary Lou Zeider and Mrs. Karen Brugh, served punch, ice cream and cookies. Those attending were: the Mesdames Florence Myers, Prjscilla Knox, Loretta Streu, Mildred Gibson, Ruby Nolte, Helen Coleman Barbara Finton, Jane Forgey, Mary Zeider, Sue Thomas, Mary Petrie, Pat Byers - and .Eileen •Brugh, ,all .ot city; Miss Jo Ann Kramer and Mrs. Christina Kramer, of Russiaville; Mrs. Norma Brewer, • of Monticetlo; .and the Misses Dorothy Sherrilll, Connie Brugh and Thelma Goris. Unable to attend but sending gifts were: Mrs. Marie Kramer, of Greensburg; Mrs. Ruth Zeider of Kewanna; Mrs. Marilyn Huseland, of Muncie; and the Mesdames Jane Ellar, Sharon :Brown Pearl Speitel, Otie Byers,.Gertrude Felker, : Esther Tiehenor Wanda Kuhn, Mary Spitznogle "laboratory", for study of the processes of.social change. Dr. Slater, a native of Washing- on, D.C., is the daughter of a ihysician and research specialist n oxygen therapy. Her parents now are retired and live in Fort jauderdale; Fla. The anthropologist was. graduated from Bryn Mawr College, bryn Mawr, Pa., 'in. 1944 and came to New York planning to go on the stage. She worked as a reporter for Life magazine for a while, for ihe Conover modeling agency, did some short stories and finally decided that "if I were going to do any serious writing it heeded more studying of people." Studies Anthropology "That," she said in an interview at her modernistically furnished apartment in the fashionable Washington Square area of Hew York, "is one way of saying tat I wasn't very good at what ['d already attempted." She enrolled in Columbia University's Anthropology Department where one of her instructs, was the famous Dr. Margaret Mead. She researched for her doctor's dissertation by living for five months with native peoples of northeast Martinique, the French'colonial island in the Carit/bean. Since 1958 she has been on the Queens College staff. She'll fly to Mombasa where she will line up her crew — a louseboy and two interpreters, one to translate the complicated Nyiha dialect into Swahili and the'other to translate Swahili into English. Dr. Slater said the trip had been in the "thinking stage for more than a year," but she didn'1 start concrete plans until the Ford Foundation granted her $8,200.to help underwrite it.- DAV Auxiliary Reports on Party Elsie Bushing, commander, presided at the regular session of the Disiabled American Veterans Auxiliary No. 53 held at the clubroom. Plans were made to have a stand at the fairgrounds for the 4th of July celebration. An article was read by Viola Kistler, Americanism chairman, followed with a report of the party given a the State Hospital recently given by Ruby Gpttschalfc. It was reported that 82 veterans attended the party and were ser ved homemade pie and coffee ant favors of candy. Cigarettes were also given to each veteran. Those attending from the auxiliary were: Ruby Gottschalk, Elsie Bushing, Viola Kistler, Mary Baker, lea Kistler, Hazel DeWitt Bessie Johnson and Marie Hoff man. The books were audited b; Viola Kistler, Hazel DeWitt and lea Kistler. New officers will be installed at 8 p.m. on June 11 and the next hospital party i set for June 28. High beefsteak prices have precedent. A 10-pound steak sole for $48 a pound in Circle, Alaska during the gold rush of the 1890s Cloe Wilkinson, Judy .Nagle,'Pauline Bassler, Violet Shanks, anc Dorothy Kline, all of city. ITCH ING Torture Stopped likeMagic Hete'j biased nlief from tottuces of v»ginsl itch, rectal itch, chafing, iish and.eonma with 'an amazing new scientific formula ailed LANACANB. This faK-jccinp, stain- let) medicated Creole kill! harmful bacteria germs while it toothcs jaw, irritated and inflamed skin tissue. Slops ia>uMnf—so inccds healing:. 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SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Shields reunion, cam; pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Hershberf'-ir-Hoover reunion west pavilion and 2 south tables in breezeway, noo:i (annual); McFadden reunion, table 2 (by swings), noon (annual); Kelly reunion, front row in lower pavilion, noon (annual), SPENCER PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 10—Closer reunion, shelter 1, noon (o 5 p.m. (annual); Small reunion, shelter 2, noon.(annual); Bauer family reunion, shelter 4, noon to 6 p.m. (annual); O'flonnor reunion, shelter 3, noon to 5p.m. . • SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Baker reunion, shelter 1, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Chapman reunion, shelter 2, noon (annual); Joseph Minneman family, entire lower pavilion, noon (rnnual); Dibble family reunion, shelter 3, noon and all day (annual).' SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Corbin-Adams reunim, shelter 5, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Raikes reunion, shelters 1 md 2, noon (annual);; Kauffman reunion, shelter 4, noon (annual); Ounsizer reunion, shelter 3, noon (annual); Walton High School Class of '52, 3 rows in lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. RIVERSIDE PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 10—Confer reunion, row .6 in pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. . SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Powlen reunion, rowfi 1, 2 and 3 in pavilion, noon (annual); Belle Zarlman reunion, tables Gi and 10, noon (annual); Bingaman reunion, tables7 and 8, noon (annual); Zimmerman-Kepp reunion, tables 4 and 5, noon to 4 p.m. (annual; Tumpaugh reunion, rows 4, 5 and 8 in pavilion, noon to 5 p.m.;• Hunter reunion, tables 1, 2 and 3,11 a.m. to 3 p.m. FAIRVIEW PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 10—Henry and Isabelle Loser reunion, entire pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Maxon reunion, entire pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual). .. • ' SUNDAY, JUNE 24-Cass County Rural Youth, Alumni entire pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Mt. Pis;ah Lutheran Sunday School, entire pavilion, 5:30 p.m. (annual); Jones Cousins, 5 portable tables, noon (annual). AMARANTH SESSION Clara Conrad, conductress of Loganpsort Court No. 4 Order of the Amaranth, was installed assistant grand lecturer during the 19th Faith session of the Grand Court of the Order of Amaranth held at Terre Haute Wednesday. During the session Opal Hume, of the local court, served as grand page to the grand marshall. POSTPONE PICNIC The picni: scheduled by Honorary membtrs of the Second Mothers study club for June 11- at the home of Florence Viney has been indefinitely postponed. - Others attending from here were: Gretchen ilmilh, royal matron; Charles Hume royal patron; and Mildred Fitir, wisdom. INDIANA University KOKOMO CENTER 1200 and 1216 W. Sycamore St. Phone GL-2-5663 Kokomo, Indiana SUMMER SESSION REGISTRATION JUNIE 11, 12 12 Noon - 4 and 6-8 p.m. CLASSES BEGIN JUNE 13 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES Course, Title and Hours of Credit Day and Hour* Few BOTANY Nature Study, B214 (3) TTh 5:45-8:00 $15 Instructor Kirkpatrick Stecgman Sharkey Sharkey BUSINESS Principles of Management, P300 (3) MW 8:05-10:20 H5 ECONOMICS Principles of Economics I, E201 (3) Section 1 TTh 8:05-10:20 M5 Section 2 (Bunker Hill AFB) MW 7:10-9:40 !!45 Principles of Economics II, E202 (3) '. TTH 5:45-8:00 i!45 EDUCATION-Undergraduatss Introduction to Teaching, F100 (2) MW 8:15-8:00 ij30 ENGLISH Freshman Literature I. L101 (3) MW 5:45-8:00 ?A5 Bellis Freshman Literature H, L102 (3) TTh 5:45-8:00 : : i45 Bellis Twentieth Century American Fiction, L358 (3) TTh 5:45-8:00 1145 Gross. J. Elementary Composition I, Wlbl (2) Section 1 MW 6:15-8:00 ::3() Greenleaf Section 2 MW 8:05-9:50 '.,130 Gross, S. Sections TTh 8:05-9:50 ;i!30 Gross, S. Section 4 (Bunker Hill AFB) ,..TTh 6:15-8:00 ?i30 Elementary Composition n, W102 (2) .....MW 8:05-9:50 !!30 Greenleaf Elementary Composition HI, W103 (2) MW 6:15- 8:00 530 Gross, J. FINE ARTS . Art Appreciation, H100 (2) MW 8:05-9:50 | ! 30 Matthew GEOGRAPHY Conservation of Natural Resources, G315(3) TTh 8:05-10:20 !;45 GERMAN Second-Year Reading I, G211 (3) MW HISTORY American History: Gen. .Course I, H105 (3) ' MW American History: Gen. Course II, H106 (3) '. TTh Kirkpatrick 8:05-10:20 :I45 Miller 5:45- 8.00 5:45- 8:00 MATHEMATICS Trigonometry, M113 (2) Section 1 MW 6:15-,8:00 Section 2 (Bunker Hill AFB) MW 6:15-8:00 PSYCHOLOGY Introductory Psychology II, P102 (3) (Bunker Hill AFB) .... •MS :;I45 ::!30 .130 Meikle Meikle Blossey .MW 7:10- 9:40 :;:45 Fliotsos SOCIOLOGY Principles of Sociology, S161 (3) TTh 5:45- 8:00 845 Social Problems, S163 (3) TTh 8:05-10:20 j!45 CLASSES AT BUNKER HILL AIR FORCE BASi E Principles of Economics I, E201 (3) Section 2 MW 7:10-9:40 E45 Elementary Composition I, W101 (2) Section. 4 TTh 6:15-8:00 S!30 Trigonometry, M113 (2) Section 2 ......MW 8:15-8:00 ?30 Introductory Phychology II P102 (3) MW 7:10-9:40 i : 45 "Hours of meeting are p.m. unless otherwise indicated. Taylor Taylor Smoker Fliolsos ENROLL NOW! For an Invigorating and Challenging Academic Summer High.school graduates, returning college students and other interested adults are welcome to begin, or continue their college work this summer. Several freshman courses are available, as well as upper level courtes. Counselors available daily to answer inquiries. Bulletin on request. • •

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