,Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tuesday Evening, .Tune 5,1962. June. Meams Shower Teas For Many Bride s*To*Be <r This is the month for shower teas in honor of the many June brides-to-be. They may vary from a formal afternoon fete to a surprise shower that today often includes the. groom, too, along with mutual friends of the bride and her husband-to-be. While etiquette has eased considerably so that shower teas may now include couples, they still should be given only .by close friends of the bride and neyer by any member of her family. Whether the event is a surprise or formal, the hostess will do well to consult carefully with the bride's family and friends to determine her preferences and needs before deciding on the kind of shower to give. Shower teas follow the traditional custom calling for a selection of sweet and savory foods. Because the bridal shower season' in many areas can be quite warm and summery,most shower teas now offer guests both hot and iced tea. And here is a suggestion for an ideal accompaniment: SHOWER PARTY SANDWICH LOAF 1 loaf unsliced bread, SxS'/ixSV^ inches ' . Vz cup butter or margarine' : Trim all crusts from bread. Slice lengthwise in five slices, cutting paralled'to the bottom of loaf. Flatten'each slice slightly with rolling pin so loaf is firm for slicing. Let'butter soften.' FELLINGS FOR LOAF Chicken Filling l'/2 cups ground cooked chicken - y<i cup salad dressing or mayonnaise 1 A cup sour cream 1 tablespoon sweet pickle relish 1 teaspoon lemon juice Grind cooked chicken through fine blade of grinder. Mix with .remaining ingredients. Cream Cheese Cucumber Filling 54 cup shredded cucumber . 2 tablespoons Wish-Bone Italian Dressing 1 3-ounce package cream cheese 1 tablespoon cream Peel cucumber, cut lengthwise in 4 long strips and trim out seeds; Grate on a medium-size grater. Pour on dressing and refrigerate for 1 hour. Drain, pressing with spoon so excess liquid is removed. Cream the cheese with cream and mix with cucumber. Avocado Filling '/s .avocado Vs teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon lemon juice Few drops tabasco • Peel and mash avocado. lemon juice and tabasco. so mix does not darken. To make loaf; Spread one side of each slice of bread with butter. Spread two long, slices of bread with chicken filling, spread one slice of bread with cream cheese cucumber filling and one slice of bread with avocado filling. Place chicken, covered bread slice on platter, place cream cheese cucumber covered bread slice on top, then top with avocado bread slice and lastly the chicken covered slice. Wrap in a damp cloth and chill until ready for serving. Garnish with watercress or curly endive and whole spiced, apples or spiced apple rings. Stir in onion powder, Cover well and, chill Social Calendar TUESDAY 7 p.m.—Rainbow Assembly No. 6, Masonic Temple. 7:30 p.m.—Main street WSCS, at church. 8 p.m.—Fidelity chapter 58, OES, Masonic Temple. WEDNESDAY S':30 a.m.—Franklin PTA, teachers' coffee, Riley cafeteria. Noon—St. Veronica study club, Ben Hur. Noon—Mental Culture club, Spencer park lower pavilion. 1:30 p.m.—Noble township HD, Ida Meyer, route 1. 1:30 p.m.—Charity Circle, Broadway EUB church, Mrs. Arthur Kitchel, 101 East Clay. 1:30 p.m.—Lucerne Zion WSCS, Mrs. Mildred Elliott. Barbara Winings Guest of Honor at Pre-Nuptial Shower Barbara Winings, bride-elect of William C. Platt, was honored at a bridal shower recently at the home of Myrtle Snider,' The couple will exchange vows in rites Saturday evening, June 9, ; at 8 o'clock at the Walton Meth• odist church. ; The honored guest opened her • gifts at a table decorated in her .' chosen colors of blue and white, ; which were used in streamers • which showered from a sprinkling can above the table. 'Contest prizes went to Mary ' Leffert and Ala Long with duplicates going 'to Miss Winings. Refreshments of cake, punch, mints and nuts were served. As• sisting the hostess were Frances Plummer and Ada Winings. Attending were Opal Platt, Olla Jean Hupp, Mary Leffert, Mrs. Jenny Cart, Connie Cart, Linda Garber, Irene Garber, Sarah Cook, Minnie Knight.NPhyl- lis Ward, Marjorie Howard, Dolly and Becky Beougher, Mabel Byers, Corrine and Brenda Metcalf, Deloris Jones, Linda Lytle, Audrey Butz, Betty Sturm, M'argaret Dunkel, Ruthalee and Mark Cook, Mildred Miller. Also, Mary Peter, Evadene St. Clair, Helen Gisselbeek, Blanche . Walker, Edna McDonald, Ruth and Linda Moore, Mildred Swat .ford, Charlotte Leffert, Virginia • Bradfield, Ressie Butz, Betty Dakin, Margaret Williamson, Dorothy Evans, Ala, Long, Marjorie Garbert and Sandy, Mabel Montgomery, Janey Williams, Osa Garrett, Virginia and Sue Sprinkle, Mary Fair, Joyce Beechy, Florence McDaniel, Maggie Bir. nell and Mary Bechtelheimer. ; Unable to attend but sending • gifts were Janet Leffert, Esther Cart, Viola Smith, ,0pal Taylor, Dessie Altice, Joan Nation, Hersey Adams, Billie Davis, Ersie . Cotterman, Inone Fiscel and M'ary and Lois Guy. HYMAN REUNION The annual Hyman reunion will be held Sunday, June 17, at Mrs. Alta Hyman's farm in Deer Creek • township. In case of inclement weather, the event will be at the Center EUB church basement. Seniors Feted at Methodist Church Graduating seniors who are members of the Market street Methodist church were . honored at a breakfast and presented Bibles Sunday morning in the church dining room. Richard Flory gave the invoca- :ion and welcomed the guests, who introduced their parents. Music during the breakfast was provided by Mrs. Cecil Logan. Table decorations carried out the graduation theme. Charles Hume presented Bibles :o the following seniors: Stanley Slackman, Pamela Brandenstein, Steven Brandt, Kristen Deck, Charles Fiedler, John Fiedler, William Fulmer, Sue Gillum, Beverly Hunter, Heba Hunter, Mary Jane Lebo, Judith Miller, Nancy Miller, Patricia Murphy, Herbert Ruark, John Tucker and Phyllis Joan Wiser. Seniors not attending were: Judy. Bishop,, Sally Harvey, Donald O'Connor; Jane Rudig, John Sharflfer, Rebecca Smith, Alice Snyder and David Williams. The benediction was presented by Rev. Charles Taylor, the new pastor of the church. The breakfast was prepared and served by members of the D.O.C. class. They included: Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Paul V'.ney, Mrs. Mabel Eshelman Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Armes, Mrs. luby Marshall, Mrs. Marjorie Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Duane I o w a r d, and Mrs. Elizabetl Sheely. Mrs. Harry Armington as sisted with the program arrange ments. PRES'ENT MERIT BARS AND INSTALL OFFICERS AT RAINBOW MEETING er, Gaye Lynn Kiesling; outer observer, Melinda.Lou Piercy; musician, Linda Porter; choir director, Judy Dennis; rose lecturer, Barbara Fellers; historian, Nancy Smith; Hoosier Promise reporter, Debbie Beachler; prompter, Sue Powell, Jr. past worthy advisor; and Bible escort, Krista Stewart. The following girls' were in- ailed in the .choir; Vicky Hine- lan, Trudy Pherson, Sharon rauel, Dottie Spencer, Pat lomas, Benita Bowyer, Linda ackson, Kathy Spencer, Kay / DR.O.L.BRAUN • Reg. Podiatrist ' Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North St. ^ S tOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 \' Wednesday*-Iridayt 9-4:30 WEDNESDAY IS FAMILY NIGHT AT THE OASIS M BR'OASTED CHICKEN DINNERS SERVED FAMILY STYLE <fcl PER OR M» • PERSON Serving 5 to 12 U. S. 24 al West LindM PHONE 4948 $4 Miss Barbara Coleman was in- tailed as worthy advisor of the jogansport Assembly No. 6, Orler of the Rainbow for Girls, dur- ng an impressive ceremony at he Masonic Temple with approximately 100 persons attending. Past worthy advisors of Rain- row who served as installing ifficers were: Patricia Murphey, marshal; Sue Powell, installing #orty advisor; Martha Todd, chaplain; and Kristin Deck, mu- ician. Mrs. Betty Ellars, a past wor- hy matron of Fidelity chapter Vo. 58, OES, was the installing recorder. Miss Coleman was presented at the altar where she gave her iledges and was installed. She ,vas then escorted to the East hrough an aisle of Rainbow Girls and presented with a blue mum rom each. Sue Powell reviewed fliss Coleman's work as she ad- anced to the East and presented ler with a charm bracelet, representing the stations she had held. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Coleman escorted their daughter and presented her with a gavel. Her lowers were lied with seven rain- )ow colors. Mrs. Jane Koch accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Lorraine Vlaple "sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" to the newly installed worthy advisor. • Her colors are blue'j and white; flower, blue and white mum; and motto: "I'll Walk With God." OFFICERS INSTALLED Other officers installed' were: worthy associate advisor, Elaine Umbarger; Charity, Marjorie Walters; Hope, Bonnie Straueh; Faith, Judy Wolf; chaplain, Patricia Fisher; drill leader, Jane Knoy; Love, Lynn Angle; religion Sharon Hanley; nature, Patricia Huff; immortality, .Karron Jack son; fidelity, Sandra Smith; pa triotism, Susan Jackson; service Dona Dinius; confidential observ BOX Storage per box Empty your closets of bulky woolens! Let us dry clean winter clothes, store them in a fire-proof, refrigerated vault for the summer, then return them freshly pressed in the fall. Yo.u pay nothing unt'rl fall. Call 3333 for free pick-up and delivery. osier, Bunnie Straueh, Janet artin, Lorrain Dennis, .Diana itichael and Pat Robertson. Choir members unable to at- ;nd the installation included: iana Sayger, Linda Bowles, Dara Hile, Pamela 'Dibble, Gaye senbaugh and Jo Ellen Fetlig. Sue Powell, retiring worthy ad- isor, was honored during, a cere- nony at the altar with her .line 'fleers participating. She was resented with a past worthy ad- isor's pin, a white Rainbow ible and a wrist corsage, Mrs. !och sang a solo in her honor. Charles Hume, past grand atron; Mrs. Belva Wilson, wor- ly matron; 'orty patron; hey, mastor of Orient lodge; 'ere escorted to the East and resented. MERIT BARS AWARDED Mrs. Clara Minnick, mother ad- isor, presented merit bars to Carron Jackson Sue 'Powell iarbara Coleman, -Patricia Mur- jhey, Bonnie • Straueh, Martha odd, Elaine 'Umbarger, Marorie Walters, Judy 'Wolf, *. Lyn •Coepkey, Judy- Dennis, Jane Me Mrs. Fred Stanley Honored at Party Mrs. Fred Baker, Sr., rural route 1, entertained a group of friends recently in honor of Mrs. Fred Stanley, of Seattle, Wash. Six of the group of old school friends had not seen each other in 51 years. Present were: Mrs. Esther Jamison, Mrs. Maude Myers, Mrs. Blanche 'Morris, Miss Helen Beatty, Mrs. Mary Laird, Mrs. Edna Brandt, Mrs. Mary Michael, Mrs. Mildred Remley, Mrs. Trella Feidner, Mrs. Opal English, Mrs. Blanche Hedde, Mrs. Julia Kees ey and the guest of honor. Assisting Mrs. Baker were her granddaughters, Lynn, Judi and Colleen Baker. ,Fred Estabrook, and Floyd Mur- POSTPONE MEETING The meeting of the Faith Circle, WSWS, of the Broadway EUB church, scheduled for Wednesday at the home of Georgia Olson has been postponed because of grad uation exercises. Closkey, Barbara Fellers, Patri cia Fisher, Linda Haugh, Sharon Hanely, Susan Jackson, Jane Knoy,, Patricia Huff, Lyn Angle Gaye Kiesling, Debbie Beachler Linda Porter, Dona Dinius, Krista Stewart and Nancy Smith. Refreshments were served b; Mrs. Coleman,- assisted by jMrs Irene Vernon, Mrs. Betty Sturgeon and Mrs. Judy Vernon Burrbugh A blue and white color schem was carried out in the tapers punch and candy on the servinf table which was also decpratec with a Rainbow emblem featurin; the seven colors. SOCIETY Division 7, CWF, of the Ninth treet Christian church, will in- tall, officers at the meeting Wed icsday evening at 7:45 o'clock at he home of Mrs. Thomas G. Will, ams, 316 North Hillcrest Drive. The Woman's Fellowship of the Jhurch of the Brethren will con- ene Thursday morning at 9 o'clock at the educational building if the church. The Naomi-circle of the Wheat- and avenue Methodist church wil lold, a noon luncheon Thursday at the church. —fir- Deer Creek" chapter 443, OES will hold its final stated' meeting antil September on Thursday eve ning at 7:30 o'clock at the Ma sonic ha'.'.. Past patrons and fa :hers will be honored. 20th Century HD vAembers Exchange Recipes At Meeting Mrs. Richard Sommers was osless to the 20th Century HD ub recently with Mrs. Don Doug- iss assisting. The meeting was opened by the resident, Mrs. Don Bonnel!, and trs. Dee St. Clair offered devo- ons. The safety lesson on the se of dry-cleaning machines was iven by Mrs. David Hill. Roll call was a recipe exchange mong the members. The history f the song of the month was giv- n by Mrs. St. Clair who also re- orted on the adopted patient. HD Day report was given by Irs. Sommers and the lesson on Meal Management for the Fanv .y" was presented by Mrs. Bon> ell. Discussion followed the les- County first vice-president, Mrs. Don Snapp, reminded members ol he Homemakers conference al RECITAL PRESENTED Mrs. Lottie Foulz presented group of piano pupils in a recila at the Lucerne Christian Church Those having a part were: Dan. Cree, Steve Nicoll, George Cos tello, Debbie Harvey, Barbar McManus, Becky Shipley, Janic Jones, Linda Clary, Jane Brandt, Jill Jones, Ken Smith Doug Jones, Ernie Cree, Tom Scheetz, Ronnie Costelloj Bet Nicoll, Janet Myers, Glori Smith, Diane Shipley, Becky My ers, Connie Brandt, Jennife Jones, Tona Jones, Jo Elle Scheetz, Jacqueline Jones, Nin Swank, Scheetz, Betty Paschen, Ji Mary Ann Woodhous< Connie Costello, Nancy Basham Barrie Brandt and 1 Christin Brandt. The pupls presented Mrs. Fou ! 'urdue this month. Mrs. Bob Young of Grass 'reek showed slides and tolc about her trip through the west ern states and Canada. Refresh ments were served to 14 members and 11 guests. Mrs. Richard Thorn as won the door prize. For every home built last year about 40 were already standing although many of the latter were n, need of modernizing, accord ,ng to researchers of the Alliei Chemical's Barrett Division. with a gift. Following the recital refresh ments were served in (he base ment of the church to the pupil and their guests. Delta Theta Chi Holds Installation Kappa chapter of Delta Theta Chi sorority entertained guests at a banquet recently at the Ben, lur. The sororhy's colors of green and yellow were used for the cen- erpiece on "he table and favors were China i:ups and saucers. Game prizes were won by Mrs. lichard Newport, Mrs. .Robert lunler and Mrs. Edwin Cox. A ;ift was presented to Mrs. Marie Vhile, sorority mother, and the door prize went to Mrs. Dan Miller. Guests were: Mrs. Peggy Corso, Mrs. Ruth Cox, Mrs. Frances rleed, Mrs. Lyman BeecITer, Mrs. Zelma Yeakley, Mrs. Russell Pierce and Mrs. Don/ Miller. The chapter also installed new officers at a session conducted at the home of Mrs. Edwin Cox. Mrs. James Morion, retiring president, and Mrs. Robert Hunter served as installing officers. The new officers installed included; 'Ronny Pyers, president; Floyd Stewart, vice-pros- Mrs. Mrs. ident; Mrs. James Wilson, educational director; Mrs. Richard Newport, recording secretary;] Mrs. Marjcii'ie Moss, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Edwin Cox, treasurer; ;ind scrgeanl-at-arms, Miss Kay Purdy. Each officer was presented with a corsage. During a short business meeting state convention reports were given by Mrs. Byers, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Newport. Plans for a rush parly on June 18 were announced by Mrs. Byers. COMPARIE OUR DIAMOND VALUES! 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