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Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune FEMININE LOOK—You can be casual and still look feminine in this outfit of Jamaica shorts and a white overbbuse with eyelet ruffles around the neck, down the front and around the bottom. The ruffles also cuff the sleeves of this cotton blouse. CASS'HD COUNCIL ELECTS NEW OFFICERS AT LUNCHEON -MEETING New officers were slated by the Cass county Home Demonstration Council during a noon luncheon Monday at St. Luke's Lutheran church. Mrs. C. M. He offered grace prior to the meal served to 28 in attendance. Guests were Mrs. Ronald Chambers, president of a newly organized club, and Mrs. Richard Agness, Lafayette District chairman. The business session opened with the pledges to the flags led by Mrs. Ronald Chambers, fdl- lowed with roll call and the secretary's report read by Mrs. Donnell Morphet. Mrs. Agness spoke about the National HD Council session to be held August 12-15 at Lexington, Kentucky. Those wishing to attend are to make reservations with Mrs. Beth Puett, county agent, by .Tune 25. Mrs. Puett reported on the Homemakers conference held at Purdue on June 12-14. It was •announced that score sheets must be in at the extension office by October 1 in order to be counted. •During the committee reports, concerning achievement day at the 4-H building, it was stated that the -dinner will be catered by Mr. Hill; the ticket deadline is Oct. 5; there will be a speaker and style show; the clean-up committee will be the 4-H Booster club; and each club is asked to submit exhibits. The names- of deceased members are to be turned in at the October 1 Council meeting 'and hew officers names are to be turned in the extension office by September 1.. . Mrs. Sharon Barr reported that 158 pints of blood were donated at the bloodbank sponsored by the HD clubs. The auditing committee wilb meet on September 1 and the budget committee will convene on October 20. Both sessions will be at the extension office. The Harrison club members were appointed to the yearbook committee. Announcement was made of the 4-H fair set for August 6-10. Information concerning working hours and donations for the HO booth at {he fair has been distributed. Further informatinon may be obtained from Mrs. Clarence Newer, 305 W. Linden. Mrs. William Gangloff, chairman of the amendments committee, presented the changes in the constitution and by-laws. It was reported that reading points on the score sheet will not be counted. Mrs. Harold Hubenthal, of the nominating committee, submitted the following slate of new officers: president, Mrs. Clarence viewer; first vice-president; Mrs. rioyd Stafford; second vice-president, Mrs. Frederick Mayhill; secretary, Mrs. Donnell Mor>het; treasurer, Mrs. Sharon 3arr; senior director, Mrs. Joseph Ceirans; and Mrs. William Dutchess, junior director. The meeting closed with the HD >rayer. DR.O.LBRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays—Mo'ayi 9-4:30 V Rotary Anns Hold Luncheon Meeting, Plan July Picnic Plans for a joint picnic with the Rotarians were made at the 1 o'clock luncheon meeting of the Rotary Anns Tuesday afternoon at the Country club. The 38 members and 3 guests were served at tables decorated with crystal vases filled with roses. Mrs. Margaret Hirschauer, Mrs. Ridalbach and Mrs. Kitte were guests. Connie Voorhees, president, conducted the short business meeting during which plans were made for a picnic July 18 with the Rotarians. The place will be announced later. Bridge was played with prizes of plants being awarded to the winners. Reba Mills won the door prize. The committee ^ncluded: Jeanette Shafer, hostess, Marie Malone, Florence Gaynor, Ella Mattson, Lottie Wallace and Golda Bailey. Fifty-five members of the Wes- oyan Service Guild and the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Broadway Methodist Church convened Monday, evening for the nstallation of officers. The welcoming address was giv- n by Mrs. G, O. Runyon, presi- lent of the Wesleyan Service •uild. Mrs. Stanley Smith then.intro- luced the installing marshall, Mrs. Fred Heindrich, Kokomo )istrict Treasurer of the Women'S| society of Christian Service..The candidates installed were: GUILD OFFICERS President, Geraldine Runyon; /ice-president, Jenimae Hunter; .reasurer, Vevay Langbak; secre. ary, Agnes Ritsman; secretary of Spiritual Life, Helen Cline; mis- ionary education, Mary Jane Morris; Christian social relations, luth See; supply work, Sylvia Jeecher; literature and publica- ions, Mary Nola Roose; member- hip, Esther 1 Beatty; local church activities, Frankie " Kinneman; n-omotion, Cloe Wilkinson; nom- nation committee chairman, Dor- jthy Cox; coordinator, Dorothy 3 a) linger. WSCS OFFICERS , President, Mrs. Raymond Gust; /ice-president, Mrs. Phil Sprinkle; ecretary, Mrs. Bruce Stuart; reasurer, Mrs. John Julian; sec- •etary, of promotion, Mrs. Guy Voolpert; children's work, Mrs. Job Moore; youth work, Mrs. Merv Emler; student work, Mrs. iloyd- Pinney; supply, Mrs. Everett Wolfe; missionary 'education, Irs.. Herbert Cafifield; literature, tfrs. James Brown; Christian social relations, Mrs. Glen Hosier; issociate secretary of Christian social relations, Mrs. Jay Thomp- SOCIETY Logan Council, Daughters of America, will meet at Memorial home Thursday evening-at 8 o'clock. There will be nomination of officers 'and final., plans will be. made for- representatives to attend the State Convention at Indianapolis June 12-14. —•&— There will be a stated meeting of the Twelve Mile chapter 557, OES, Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the Twelve Mile com munity building. Read the Want Ads! NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! Creme Oil Cold Wave ONLY $3*50 Including Haircut Open Daily 8:30 to 5 p.m. CLOSED All DAY WEDNESDAY LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP NELl SMITH, Oporator 5H» & t. Broadway Over Ballcy'i SUMMER TERM Monday, June 11 and 18 Courses Include; Stenographic and Secretarial Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Accounting Comptometer and Business Machines Approved for Veteran Trainees Indiana Business College Phone 4276 59th Year Barnes Office Building—Logansport BROADWAY METHODIST WSCS AND GUILD HOLD JOINT INSTALLATION son; local church activities, Mrs. Morris McAtee; spiritual life, Mrs. Lionel BiUrnan; nominating committee chairman, Mrs. Stanley Smith. CIRCLE CHAIRMEN AND VICE CHAIRMEN Marcella Mathys—Mrs. Charles Lowry and Mrs. John Ulmer; Sue Dunham—Mrs. Roland Baker and Mrs. Glen Sweet; Barara Beecher —Mrs. Earl Moore and Mrs. Asa Smith; Maxine Coleman — Mrs. Roy Thomas and Mrs. Arthur Woods; Victoria Lange — Mrs. Claude Ballinger and Mrs. Denzil Hollingsworth.. • , . Following the installation, Mrs. Phil Sprinkle introduced the speaker, Mrs. Guy D. Woolpert, who recently attended the Quadrangle Meeting of the Sixth Assembly ,of, all the Wpmen's Societies of Christian Service of the-United States held in Atlantic City, New. Jersey. The theme of the Assembly this year was "The Church In the World." As a delegate and chairman of a committee 'there, Mrs. Woolpert gave a cross-section of the itinerary of the weeks' Assembly. At the closing of the installation, Mrs. I/ionel Billman gave devotions anfl a prayer. 4-H Girls' Charm School Is June 11 Plans have been made for a 'Charm School" for Cass county l-H girls to be conducted at the I-H Community Center on June .1 at 2 p.m., according to Beth Puett, county home demonstra- .ion agent. The charm school is especially 'or the girls who will be partic- pating in Dress Revue although other eligible club girls may par- icipate. Each club is asked to send 'rom 2 to 5 girls of 14-years and older to the school. They in turn will present the charm lessons to other 4-H'ers in their respective clubs. At the Charm school, Mrs. Jeanne Terry will discuss and demonstrate hair styles and cosmetics that are appropriate for ,een-agers. Mrs. J. Douglas Myers, will discuss posture and has. modeling techniques, assisted iy Mrs. Puett, who will discuss oeing "picture perfect". War Mothers Vote Hospital Donations During the recent business session of. the Mothers of World War 2 unit 18, a $60 donation was sent to each of the four veteran hospitals: Cold Springs Road; West Tenth, Indianapolis; Fort Wayne; and Marion. Florence Gangloff, p r e sident, opened the meeting held at the Memorial home in ritualistic form. Prayer was offered by Pearl Jones, chaplain, and roll call and the secretary's report were read. Financial accounts were submitted by Helen Barnett and Elizabeth Harnasch. It was reported that 13 members convened at the honor board on Memorial Day for a short service. Elsie Bushing gave a brief report on the District meeting at Akron, attended by seven local members. Jennie Renkenberger reported sending a birthday card to Emma'Herisell; sympathy cards to Edith Lindersmith and son and the Guy family; cheer cards to Mr, and Mrs. Bauman ' and Mabel Guy. An invitation was received from Walton to attend memorial services there. It was .voted, not to hold a July meeting. The annual picnic will be August 3. Aflaline Price,' of the Onward unit 131, was a guest. She spoke about her work at the Bunker Hill AFB hospital. FI'RST LADY GIVES FASHION ITS NEWEST LOOK—RAJ AH SI LHOU ETTE falling into a . narrow flare through the skirt. The rajah, as seen in fall and winter apparel for women, comes either single or double-breasted, with either flat collar, narrow band of stand-up collar, or without collar. As done by Esteyez, the rajah usually is long tunic over slim skirt — with three to four inches only of the underskirt showing; He used this apr e silhouette for a number of coats, for day dresses in taupe and gray wool combinations, and in brown-black, and ice blue wool silk for informal, late day. Estevez, who holds the American Fashion Critics Award among others, never has sold to Mrs, Kennedy. Woman's View By GAY PAULEV UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK : (UPI) — No doubt about it, Mrs. John F. Kennedy ranks as the No. 1 force in fashion today, says a designer who does not sell at the White House. Award-winning Luis Estevez speaking — as he previewed a rail and winter collection which candidly took its theme from the First Lady's visit this year to In-, dia and Pakistan. "We've named the whole collec- ;ion for her," said the Cuban- oorn Estevez. "We believe she is ;he woman most influential on fashion today." Estevez' "state .visit" collection .ncluded numerous variations of :he rajah silhouette, rapidly turning into .a "ford" in the whole New York garment industry. Ford is fashionese for a style easily copied in all price lines. The rajah is a variation of the long, tunic-like garment Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru wore on his visit to the United States. In turn, when Mrs. Kennedy visited India and Pakistan, variations of this coat's shape showed several times in her wardrobe, Its silhouette: narrow through the shoulders, skimming over the waistline but curved in slightly, COMMANDERY DINNER St. John Commandery convened for a covered-dish dinner at the Masonic Temple Monday evening with 61 members and their families attending. The committee in charge of the dinner and entertainment consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bickell, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barber, Mr. arid Mrs. Ellis Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Denvil Hollingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Long, Mr. and Mrs.. Glen Long, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Michael, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cotner. The door prize was awarded to Arthur Murphey. Following the meal, the group played progressive euchre with prizes going to Helen Johnson, Bessie Cree, Robert Johnson, Parker Beall and Ellis Smith. There will be no family dinner meeting in July. Christian Church Honors Graduating Seniors and Parents Graduating Seniors, who are members of the Ninth street Christian church, along with their parents were honored recently at a breakfast in the church dining room. Donald Kampenga gave the invocation and the Rev. William Neeriemer presented Bibles to the following graduates: Lynn Ann Adair, Paula Dalton, Carrie Jo Gifford, William Jackson, Karen Kiesling, Jim. Lowes, Robert McClain, James Morrical, Fred Roark, Sherry Simpson, Allen Skelton, Carol Snyder, Sue Powell and ; Carol Phillips. Seniors not attending were James Brugh, Charles Lane, Chad Little, William Painton, Robert Shriek and James Kerns. The Rev. Graham Marsh, minister of the Rochester church, gave the address and Robert Orr closed with the benediction. , Guests were Charles Acton. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. John Drpmpp. Mrs. Melvin Ringle was in charge of the breakfast which was prepared by high school juniors and their mothers. "Assisting in serving were Mrs. Allen Parrett and Tom, Mrs. Eugene Isaacs' and Jim, Mrs. Fred Wha'rton and. Jean Anne, Mrs. Glen Thompson and Jim, Mrs. •'Manford McCloskey and "Wednesday Evening, June 6, 1962. FITTED FOR FASHION—Only the slim ones will benefit from this fitted outfit that includes hip high slim slacks in an oxford weave cotton and a cotton knit top that hugs th<>, waistline. The collarless top features three-quarter length slesvcs and a tiny stripe pattern. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m.—Philathea B class, Baptist Temple, Daisy Powlen, 1624 East Market. 7-45 p.m.—Division 7, CWF, Mrs. Thomas G. Williams, 316 North Hillcrest. • THURSDAY 9 a.m.—Women's Fellowship, at Church of Brethren. Noon—Naomi circle, at Wheatland avenueMethodis; church. 12:30 p.m.—Shrine Cub Ladies, at club. Bridge Clubs A six-table Howell game was played by the Open Pair Duplicate Bridge club Tuesday evening at the Captain Logan. Winners were: Maurie Zarem- Jerry, Mrs. Harry Renkenberger and Susan, Mrs. Bernard Hall and Cindy, Mrs. Woodrow Martin and Sue, Mrs. Donald Zimmerman and Roberta and Mrs. Keith Obenchain and Tom. ski and Don Mahley, Jr.; of Peru, first; Paul &aut and Kdilh Longnecker, stcpnd; Capt. Tom Reed and Imogene Nicholson, Bunker Hill AFB, third; Mr. and Mrs. Hill Leavitt, fourth. BIBLE SCHt XML PROGRAM YOUNG AMERICA — The closing program for the Young America Bible School will be held Sunday, June 10 at 2:30 p.m. at {he Young Americ::; school. \ \ SAVES YOU FANTASTI dtocfa/Sfrrpes, Plaids, Solids BUYS JAMAKAS fine Preshruriic Fabrics Kg fMhfoo faoate-a Kg virtue «vtng«t Women'j pmhtiink JMMICM with tin wnooth lidc zipper you prefer. Choo«e cotton jing- bams in. checks, jiripci, 'worm ttrpoon pl«id» .«nd «olid color ihwitskin. :«10-13 Uuts. frl Sat, Onfy Save2MReg.2lbs.S8t SPICE DROP 237 A r*fr«iK1nfl »umnri«r eondyl Soft and ch«wy spin "dropi in a variety. of dellcioot flavor). Buy MVtral poundil United qmHrtttyl Shw Mrly dvrfal rife May whl 422 lE. Broadway OPIN FRIDAYS "TO, 9p.m. At Kresqe's This Week's an; Buys Are Youf Best Buys' SPECIAL PURCHASE! LADIES' FULLY REVERSIBLE POPLIN CAR COATS O,ne side Printed Taffeta The Other Fine Count Poplin. AiOTUiAitY 2 CO'AfTS IN ONE. Rejj. 6.99 Siz'is8-18 ^r SALE THURS,, FRI., SAT. ONLY COME 1AR1YI TH'ESf WILL GO FAST! A'LLlBRiST'QU'ALW'Y! NEVER ANY SBOONiDiS! Girls'Short Smash! 1C ra 1 PAIR ladies'Midriffs C KAfu SIZES 3-14 ™* $1.00 FOR Jk • JAMMCAS • SHOOTSHOCTS NO LOWER PRICES ANYWHERE! LORDS REG. *'•'*> 6A. 406 E BROADWAY

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