Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1962 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

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Wednesday Evening, June 8, 1W2. WOOL, WOOL, WOOL DOMINATES FALL'S FASHIONS FOR -EVENING ades line tweed coats or other ulky woolens and top short for- al dresses repeating the bro> ades. Designer Jacques Tiffeau of !onte Sano & Pruzan showed oor length formals sculpturing By GAY PAULEY I UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK. (-UH)-K will be wool, wool, wool for the cool, cool, cool of the evenings next fall and winter. The unconventional use of sheer wools for formal apparel shows throughout the new fashion collec tions being previewed by New York garment manufacturers. Satin is teamed with pale tweeds in evening suits. Wools show up as slinky, floor length evening gowns. And floral bro- Walton HD Club Plans July Picnic A nominating committee was appointed during the Tuesday afternoon session of the Walton HD dub held at the home 01 Golda Bean, with Marie Kaisei and Alice Deniston assisting. . The meeting opened with fl* pledges to the flags led by Anna Duckworth and Clara Braly, foi lowed with the HD creed in uni son. Devotions were offered by Olla Spohn and the safety lesson on "The Cause and Prevention o Varicose Veins" was presented by Blanche Walker. "Pre-School Child" was' thi topic of the lesson given by Joan Plank, of the Washington town ship HD club. Boll call wa answered by 25 members with the response being a Bible verse. Murl Baker and Pearl Fitzei submitted the secretary-treasur er reports. The president Leona Patterson, reported on th Cass HD Council meeting durin which time she spoke about th National HD Conference to b held in Kentucky and told ab'ou plans for achievement day. Plans were made for pies an food for the HD booth at the 4-H Fair. The president then appoint ed Catherine Conn, Murl Bake and Pearl Plank to the nominal ing committee. The flower and book chairmen Emma Townsend and Gold Bean, gave their reports. The regular auction was he] with the hostess and co-hostesse in charge. The session close with the HD prayer. Guests wer Joan Plank and her baby daugl ter. The July meeting will be carry-in picnic dinner at the Wa ton American Legion home. Flo ence McDaniels will be hostes with Minnie Knight and Sara Cook assisting. FLORA RAINBOW UNIT INSTALLS NEW ADVISOR FLORA — Miss Judy Snide: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vo Snider, of Flora, was installed a Worthy Advisor of Rainbow fo Girls during ceremonies held a the Flora Masonic Temple Satu day evening, , Ellen Chapman was her insta ing officer. Miss Snider replaci Miss Donna Tinsman as Worth Advisor. Personals Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Julius an family were recent guests of Re and Mrs. Elbert Smith and fam ily in Decatur, Ind. Also atten ing were Mr. and Mrs. Georg Burnham. Charles Burton and Meredi Butcher have been dismisse from St. Elizabeth's hospital. Richard Sink, son of Mr. an Mrs. Ross Eikenberry, Bri hurst, has been appointed as security analyst for an insuranc firm in Indianapolis. Rev. and Mrs. H.' C. Chapi have returned home from a vis in Peoria, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks wer recent guests of Mr. and Mr George Parks in Logansport. John Sigman, of Hutchinso Kan., is visiting Mr. and Mr Floyd Sigman. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crooks a tended graduation ceremonies at Purdue University Sunday. Their daughter, Mary Jane, was a member of the class. Mrs. Eleanor Noble was in Carthage, HI., last week attending a class reunion at Carthage College. Young Demos to Meet Thursday "Beat Majority", a film on re- apporlionment, will be shown at the monthly meeting of the Cass county Young Democrats Thursday evening. The session will get underway at 7:30 p.m. at party headquarters, 528 East Broadway. The film is narrated by Edward R. Murrow • who discusses .• the problems of reapportionment in states. George Klinck, club.pres : ident, said all party workers have been invited. Refreshments will be served. body in chiffon weight wools i black or Egyptian clay, a red- ish brown hue. Bill Blass, designer at Maurice entner, used souffle wools foi mg formals with bared backs nd halSer or scoop front necks. Luis Estevez did sheer woo! icaUis with chiffon loppings to over otherwise bare shoulders At Marquise, the show stopper 'as a kelly green coat whose sur ace looked deep-piled as an un horn sheep. It topped' a whit atin formal gown; the satin was epeated in the coat lining. Designer Doland Brooks a 'ownley included a,group of long lowing formals in sheer wools in is collection. Miss Overmyer Is Honored at Shower Miss Bonnie .Sue Overmyer, July 8th bride-elect of Harold Eugene Smith, was honored at a iridal ^ shower recently at the nome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Overmyer, rural route Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Nellie Justice, aunt of the bride-elect', and Mrs. Edith Smith, mother of the groom-elect. The bride's chosen colors of pink and white were used in the decorations arid refreshments. Guests attending were: Mrs. Phyllis, Delaplahe, Mrs. Janice Warner, Mrs. Stout, Miss Sharon Murphy, Mrs. Nellie Justice, Mrs. Angle, Mrs. Doris Parker, Mrs John Carson, Miss Mary Barr Miss Cheryl DeWitt, Mrs. Edith Smith,' Miss Mary Smith, Mrs. Bonnie Hunt and Mrs. Martin Jus. tice. Unable to attend but .sending gifts were: Pat Murphy, Grace Humerickhouse, Louise McDow ell, Mary O'Roark, Irene Beaver Hessie Beaver, Martha Laytori tfrs. John Barr, Mrs. Thomas j 3arr, Marsha . Miller, Marie Vhind, Juanita Hatch and Mrs. Charles King. urity Lodge Sets Birthday Supper Purity Rebekah lodge No. : 127 made plans for a birthday supper during the Monday evening meeting held at the IOOF hall. Gladys Wolf, noble grand opened the meeting with the pledge to the flag followed with Scripture read by Jessie Scott. Cheer cards were signed and sent to the shut-ins. Bea Bowman reported on a meeting m Indiana polis when examinations for district deputy were taken by can didates. " ' A birthday supper will be fea tared at the final meeting of the season set for June 18 at 6:30 p.m. Members are to bring covered dish and table service. Martha Williams will give Scripture and on the. entertainment committee are: Elizabeth Spencer, Emma Jann, Gladys, Wolf Ruth Delaplane and Mae Lantz. Plan Vacation Bible School at Wheatland Church June 11-22 Plans have been completed foi .he annual Vacation Bible school at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church, scheduled to oper June 11 and continue through June 22. Daily session will be held frorr 9 to 11 a.m., Monday through Friday and are for children from 4 years of age through the sixth grade. ' Mrs. Frances Shelhart is director, and Mrs. Rosemary Clark is co-director. Leaders and teachers are a follows: kindergarten leaders' Doris Chapman," Madeline Conrad; teachers, Joyce Minglin, Helen Forker, primary leader, Polly Carbaugh; teachers, Elea nor Bell and Gordon Wolf; jun iefr department leader, Pat El lihgton; teachers. Flora Stewart Susie Hatten and Mildred Elam. Joan Michael is in charge o the kitchen and Tracy Corn, mu sic. A closing program will be Illegal Slant AUSTIN, Tex.-Atty. Gen. Will Wilson of Texas said seven of eight disputed oil wells surveyed in the vast east Texas field were drilled at an illegal slant. Wilson said the drilling of wells at slant to tap someone else's oil is going to be one of the big stories of the year. Humble Oil & Refining Co. brought charges that its oil properties were being, pirated in this manner. repeats Market at Fifth for Limited Time Only carload bedroom sale! Marvelous savings for you because we bought by the carload. \ Regular stock also significantly reduced. uven by the children Friday, June 22 at the church. 3emo Speaks ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.-George Smathers, r>Fla., told the Edison Mectric Institute that President Kennedy definitely is not "anti- jusiness." He said press reports •ecently have exaggerated the lifferences between the President's philosophy and that of Business. Eogahsport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Hint Job Security ( WASHINGTON —The Baltimore & Ohio and Chesapeake & Ohio railroads say the Interstate Commerce Commission examiners's recommendations on job securi'.j for employes are so drastic they jeopardize the merger of the two lines. The B&O and C&O charged the ICC plan went beyond job security precedents set in other railway mergers. Auto Sales Up DETROIT-Auto sales continued to boom in May. Chevrolet passed the one million mark for the year. American Motors said its sales were at record pace with Rambler sate up 21 per cent from a year; ago. Chrysler said its sales wen: up 37 per cent for the first five months of the year. UNLIMITED SELECTION Walnut • Limed Oak Cordovan Mahogany •' Sienna Mahogany • Maple * Cherry YOUR DECORATING PREFERENCE 3-Pc. Suites from $109.50 .Danish Contemporary Modern 18th Century French Provincial Italian Provincial Colonial CONVENIENT TERMS Choose a complete Suite or Individual Pieces LmoirHome SAVE TODAY! This 3-Pc. Bedroom SUITE Bookcase Bed *179 50 ENTER Pumpkin White Green Yellow INTO Folding Chaise in green, turquoiss or yellow. Pumpkin White Green Yellow THE MAGIC DOUBLE GLIDER $22.50 LAND Pumpkin White Green Yellow Folding Cot $9.95 RELAXATION FOLDING ROCKER (£19.95 CONVENIENT TERMS DELUXE FOLDING CHAISE Green, Yellow, Turquoise, Pumpkin $14.95 De luxe Folding Chair Green, Yellow, Turquoise, Pumpkin. fi]18.95 Market at Fifth

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