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Monday Evening, June 11,1962. OFF TO THE FAIR-MAYBE-I'acking for a trip is always a hopeless task and it seems especially so for Mrs. Byron Purvis, led, and Miss Kutli Kelly as they attempt in close the lid on a fully-packed suitcase. The girls arc delegates to Delta Chi Sigma's International con- vention at Seattle, Washington, site of (he World's Fair. But they finally got the packing job done and left Sunday from Chicago for two weeks of "convcntioning" and sight-seeing at the fair. (Staff Photo,) ESO Literary Group Entertains Guests At Delphi The Logansport chapter of Epsilon Sigma Omicron met Saturday, at the home of Mrs. Dora Mayhill in Delphi. Special guests were Mrs. Clifford Breeder, past state president, the district president, and the president of the Delphi chapter. Other participants were members of the Lafayette chapter and guests from Frankfort, Reynolds and Rockfield. Those attending from Logans port were Grace Marsh, Myra Gordon, Mabel Timmons, Frankie Kinneman, Cornelia Hankce, Inez Brunegraff, Amelia Hart/,, Mamie Canfieid. and lea Larry. "The New Africa", written bj Ellen and Attilio Gatti, was reviewed by Miss Amelia Hartz. A letter from the slate medical association regarding the proposed merical aid bill for the aged was i ?;:fl and discussed. The next meeting of the sorority will be September 8. Miss Tucker Is Taylor Graduate Miss Lloyd Ellen Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Tucker, 617 Twenty-first street, was graduated from Taylor l-'ni- versily with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education during Commencement exercises Saturday at Upland. The speaker was Richard 0. Ristine, Lt. Governor of Ihe Stale of Indiana. Miss Tucker was a history major and plans to leach. Social Calendar MONDAY ti p.m.—Okie Towne chapter, DAR, Dykeman park. 7:3(1 p.m.—White Rose club, Mrs. Bertha Tutlle, 636 Bringhurst. 7:45 p.m.—Division 6, CWF, Mrs. Carl Hamilton. 7:45 p.m.—Tri Kappa, Mrs. Russell Eckerl, 15'Frederick. 8 p.m.—Sigma Phi Gamma, YWCA. 8 p.m.—Fulton OES, Masonic hall. TUESDAY 1:30 p.m.—Jefferson HD 1, Amanda Hume. 2 p.m.—Bridge City Lodge 254, IOOF hall. SOCIETY Delta Chi Sigma sorority will hold a business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Joyce Parker, 114 West Colfax. —•ft— The VFW Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the post home. —•&— ExchangeK.es will meet Tuesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the liome of Mrs, Paul Burnett, State Hospital, rural route 2, with Mrs. Don Bashore assisting. -"&The Post Memorial Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Fina Ayers. Members are to bring used clothing for the clothing drive. -•&The Clymers WSCS will convene Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. -•&The Business and Professional Women's club will hold a business session Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the city building. —ft- Jefferson township HD club No. 2 will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Hattie Barr. -Guest speaker will be Agcla Rafter. Members are to bring recipes for the cookbook. GAYNOR MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Good news for the weight- watcher tempted lo fall off the diel wagon; a good-size stalk of crisp celery has only 7 calories. Tastes good, eases that urge lo nibble. Use it in vegetable salads, too wilh cottage cheese dressing. HEARTY FRESH VEGETABLE SALAD (With Celery) (Yield: (i servingr) 1 cup cooked fresh snap beans 2 cups cooked fresh asparagus tips • 54 cup sliced onion Vt cup French dressing 2 cups sliced celery 2 medium-six.e fresh tomatoes, cut in eighths Cottage cheese salad dressing Combine snap beans, asparagus, onions and French dressing. Let stand at least 1 hour. Add celery and tomatoes and mix lightly. Serve with cottage cheese salad dressing on lettuce, if desired. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP CRAWFOR'DSWliLE, Ind. (UPI) —The Gilbert Memorial scholarship at Wabash College has been awarded to John H. Wilson, winner of the Arthur L. Trester Award and member of the state champion Evansville Bosse basketball team. Wilson ranked sixth in a class of 372 at Bosse. He attained a 95.95 average in the classroom. He is * member of the National i....ior Society .and the Bosse student council. LUAU CAKE filled and topped with fresh pineapple and frond Is an appropriate dessert for your Hawaiian liiao. Grange News ONWARD Bruce Widner reported on the work of Ihe community service committee during a recent meeting of the Onward Grange. The group sent 12 birthday gifts and cakes to the Children's Home in Logansporl, gave a $LO check for canteen cards at the State Hospital, and is backing the new girls' softball team at Onward. Widner asked for donations of clothing for the goorfi will industry. It was voted lo have a tent at the Cass County Fair. An invitation f r o m the War Mothers was read, asking members lo a reception Sunday at Memorial home, Logansporl, in honor of Gladys Bowyer, new stale president of the War Mothers. There was an organ recital. Surprise packages were won by Helen Wilson and Herbert Grant. Gordon Litlle and Mrs, Orville Garber are to buy them for the next meeting. Tipwa Grange will give Ihe program at the.next meeting. On the refreshment committee for that event are: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glassburn, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowen, Jerry Wilson, Eileen Burk. COTTAGE CHEESE SALAD DRESSING (Yield: 1 1/S cups) 1 cup creamy cottage cheese 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 4 cup finely diced fresh tomatoes i teaspoon sugar teaspoon paprika teaspoon salt teaspoon crumbled whole sa vory leaves teaspoon ground white pepper 1/16 teaspoon garlic powder Combine all ingredients and mix well. !4 Methodist Appointments LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI)r-The Northwest Indiana Conference-of the 'Methodist Church Sunday heard announcement of the ap pointmenl of the Rev. Joyce J. Bailey as superintendent o:f the Lafayette district and the Rev. Forest. W. Howell as superintendent of Ihe Lebanon dislrict. Bishop Richard C. Raines announced the appointments. Dr. Bailey was superintendent of the Greencaslle district from 1951 lo 1957 and has been a pastor at La Porte the last five years. Rev. Howell has been pastor of Wesley church in Indianapolis since 1957. A report was given of a membership increase of 1,513 in the conference in the past year. U.S. TEMPERATURES NEW YORK (UPI)—the lowest temperature reported to the U.S Weather Bureau this moring was 34 degrees at Redmond, Ore. The highest reported Sunday was 107 at Presidio, Tex. The Calvary Presbyterian Church Presents PRINCETON Theological Seminary CHOIR Tuesday, June 12th 7:110 p. m. ill a Concert of Sacred Music OPEN TO THE PUBLIC The choir will sing a.varied program of religious music, spirituals, folk songs and classical secular music. A free-will offering will be taken to help defray expenses. Logansporf, Tndiana Pharos-Tribune Five SS.1& Attention Brides: New Deadline 1 . The unusual rush of June weddings has made it necessary to impose a new deadline for wedding stories and pictures for the Sunday edition. Effective Monday, June 18, only weddings which take place the day before' and the day of publication will appear in Sunday's paper. If r/ictures' are not available at. this time, the story will be used without the picture. (Pictures will be used when they are available.) Wedding stories and pictures for the Sunday paper MUST be in the office of the Logansport Press or Pharos-Tribune society editor no later than the Thursday prior lo the wedding. A weekend wedding that is not reported until after the ceremony will be published at the discretion of the society editors. TRIBAL TRAILS COUNCIL PATROL PREPARES FOR SENIOR ROUNDUP As a part of the 50th anniversary of the founding of Girl Scouts of the USA, 10,000 of its girl and adult members will meet this summer from July 18-31 in Vermont on the shores of Lake Champlain for the 1962 Girl Scout Senior Roundup. The campers, 14 through 17 years old, from the 50 states and U. S. possessions, will be joined by close lo 200 Girl Guide Rangers from approximately 20 coun- lues. The girls will erect a cily of ti,000 multicolored tents in the 2SU-acre Button Bay Stale Park and adjacent woodland. The Roundup encampment will be temporarily the sixth largest cily in Vermont. The 1962' Roundup is the third to be sponsored by the Girl Scouts and i.s the largest event for leen- Builders Class Welcomes New Pastor, Family The new pastor and his family were special guests of the Builders class of the Broadway Methodist church at the group's dinner meeting Sunday at the church dining room. On the dinner committee were Mr. and M.rs. Loyd Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Canfieid. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Little and their family, Chris, David, Paul and John were special guests. Rev. Little is the new pastor of the Broadway Methodist church. He offered grace for the meal. Following the dinner, a business meeting was conducted by Ihe president, Mrs. Asa Smith. A re- purl on class members who are ill was given and gel - well cards were signed for Mrs. Dale C. Beatty, Mrs. Myrtle Wimer and Mrs. Muriel Weser. Birthday greetings were sung lo Mrs. Ruby Moore, Mrs. Agnes Spahr, Mrs. Chloe Wilkinson, Mrs. Clara Smith and Mrs. Jennie Stranlz. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kearns were appointed lo the nominating com- millee and will report at the next meeting. Mrs. Smith gave the closing prayer. There were 33 present. Farm Bureau Items HARRISON Paul H. Halpin, district director of the Social Security in Kokomo, will speak on Ihe. topic, "Social Security" at the meeting of the Harrison township Farm Bureau on Wednesday, June 13 at 8 p.m. at the Lucerne school. Members will be entitled to enter the local talent contesl al this meeting. The Pet and Hobby Club will have charge of entertainment. Those attending are asked to bring a cup for coffee. CASS COUNTY Plans were discussed for the annual county Farm Bureau Talent Show during a recent meeting of the Farm Bureau Boardi of Directors. The annual event will be staged on June 28 at the Noble township school starting at 8 p.m. Applications must be sent to Mrs. Theresa Downham .by June 22 and Ihe winner of Ihe county event will compete at the district session in Wolcott on July 18. The next board meeting will be held on July 5 at 8 p.m. HUFF REUNION The W. T. Huff reunion will be held June 24 at the Robert Huff farm, south of Burnettsville. NO APPOINTMENT * NECESSARY! Creme Oil Cold Wave $3.50 Including Haircut Open Daily 8:30 to 5 p.m. CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP NEU SMITH, Operator 5th ft E. Broadway Ovar Bai!sy'» ONLY 'aged girls in the free world. The purpose of this international encampment is lo bring together girls of various races, national origins and creeds to share camping experiences. Eight Seniors will represent Ihe Tribal Trails Girl Scout Council. They are Merry Miller of Rochester; Christina Barllow and Mart Ellen Dwyer of Delphi; Minka Ann Daugherty of Logansport; Tacy Cook of Bunker Hill; and Carol Ann Franklin, Jane Jewell, Susan Kendall of Kokomo. They will travel by special Irain, leaving Huntington July 18. Also boarding at Huntington will be all the other patrols from the north central part of Indiana. For many months in preparation for Roundup, the patrol has been training lo perfect its camping skills. After training in a different city within the council each month since November, they culminated the Iraining period wilh a five-day campoul last week al Camp Buffalo. The girls concentrated on packing equipment, perfecting Ihe art of cooking over charcoal, pulling the final touches on their demonstration, and learning lo say common phrases in foreign languages. As part of the Roundup the campers will stale demonstrations illustrating typical features of their respective region or country. The Tribal Trails patrol will use a circus theme for their demonstration. Using the talents of the girls, (he demonstration will include acrobats, a dancing bear, a "trick" horse, and clowns. Each girl will take to Roundup small items representative of her community lo Irade with other girls. Thp local patrol will swap jewelry made from pieces of glass from the Opalescent Glass Company, Kokomo, one of two companies to make stained glass in the country. Other swaps will include popcorn and hickory nuts which are typical of the area of Indiana. The Roundup staff will be comprised of approximately 1,700 adult volunteers who will serve as leaders or program consultants. Included in this number also are those responsible for the organi- zalion and maintenance of this huge lenl cily. Mrs. Thurle Alber of Rochester and Mrs. Lois Cors of Winamar: will serve as part of the volunteer staff. The encampment will run through July 29. The Tribal Trails patrol will leave the site July 31 and will arrive in Huntington Au gust 1. TO APPEAR ON TV Bill Wright, of Eastgale Beauty Mark, along with two local models will appear on the Bernie Herman Movie Time show from !) to 11 a.m. on Friday, June 15, on WFBM TV channel 6. Diane Isaacs and Sandy DeGrief will be the models. Their personal appearances will be in conjunction with a beautician show June 24-25 at Indianapolis. DUTY FIRST—It's duly first witli bride-to-be Angela Bucci as she casts her ballot in Rome's municipal elections Sunday. Wearing her bridal gown, Angela stripped off enroulc in her wedding to fulfill her civic obligations. (DPI Unifax.) 'Our Church' Is Lesson Topic for Grass Creek WSWS A lesson on "Our Church" was featured during Ihe recent meeting of the Grass Crock EUB WSWS held at the church.. The meeting opened with group singing, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Robert Thomas. Mrs. Thurman Huffman and Mrs. Elvin Kisller gnve prayer. Mi's. Everell Cunningham was leader of the lesson, during which lime Mrs. Ida Jones revealed childhood memories of the Grass Creek church. Each member (old when they first came to church and what they remembered most about it. Reports on the EUB church colleges and orphanages were given by Mrs. Orville Thomas, Mrs. Bob Jones, Mrs. Richard Thomas, Mrs. Edna Applegalc, Mrs. Harold Sommers, Mrs. Robert Thomas, Mrs. Adam Sommers, Mrs. Gladys Richards and Mrs. Elvin Kisller. Miss Carol Huffman gave a report on Indiana Central college, followed with scripture readings and prayer given by Mrs. Cunningham. Mrs. Bob Jones gave the. closing prayer and Ihe offering was taken by Mrs. Richard Thomas. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs, Orville Thomas, when the secretary-treasurer reports were submitted by Mrs. Edna Applegate and Mrs. Bob Jones. It was announced thai Mrs. Orville Thomas mid Mrs. Apple- gale will attend (he WSWS convention at Oakwood, June 11-13. Prayer was given by Mrs. Archie Wills and refreshments were served lo 13 members and three guests, Mrs. Gladys Richards, M,rs. Ida Jones and Miss Carol Huffman. Next month's meeting will be at the same location. Xi Beta Omicron Names Committees Committees for the year were named by president, Gene Brown, at Ihe recent meet ing of Xi 'Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma ': I'hi sorority. They are: ways and means, Kvelyn Thomas, chairman. Lorraine Shilling. Martha Pumel, Doranne Hcimlich, Marjorie Hardy; program, Margaret Smith. \ chairman, Donna Henry, Eileen I Lyons. Rosemary Breach ami !ris Albaugb; social, Betty Lavery, chairman. Dee Kitchell. : Helen Robinson, Joan Nation and ! (looi'gianna Robinson; cards and flowers. Mable Rehwakl and Janet Young; scrapbook, Jane Kci.sch; and publicity, Vera Wolf. Delegates to State Day al Wabash Sunday were Gene Brown, Marjorie Hardy, Evelyn Thomas. Jane Ka.sch. Margaret Sniilh and Iris "Albaugh. j Naomi Shrine 9 Honors Visitors Naomi Shrine No. 3 honored appointive officers from Frankfort, Wabash and Remington Shrines Thursday evening at the IOOF hall. Guests weie introduced, welcomed and presented gifts. Group singing was led by Elizabc.lh Ireland and V'clma Herd showed slide.; of her European trip. The worthy scribe read invitations to attend Supreme inspections al Anderson June 2(> and Richmond June 27. A sa'ad bar was featured during Ihe social hour. CLASS OF 'I!I32 Loganspoil high school's graduating class of 1932 will meet Tues] day evening at 7:30 o'clock, in (he conference room of Muehlhausen Spring Co.. plant 3, 500 East 01- tawa. All committees will report on the class reunion, scheduled for July 21 al Ihe Monlicello Country club. STAR QUITS - Dean Mai-tin, Marilyn Monroe's co-star in Ihe troubled movie, "Something's Got to Give," gave notice Saturday that he would pull out of Ihe picture if lie had lo play opposite anyone but the blonde actress. Lee Remick replaced Miss Monroe when 2flth Century Fox studio's fired Marilyn last week. Martin stated, "the simple fact is that I signed to do this picture with Mar. ilyn Monroe." (UPI Unifax) "Whenever I mention getting a loan at The F & M Bank and buying a. new motor ... Old Betsy REALLY TAKES OFF1" 7 'RmERS AnDfT)ERCHAnTS as lOGAnSPORT. I TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Broadway at Paarl Eastgata Plaza Branch Read the Want Ads! SHIRT SERVICE UN A liURRY IN by noon OUT by 4 themos1lnDRYClCAHlnl 215 E. Market LADIES . . . You can get a Hair Cut, Shampoo, Permanent Wave and Set for just pennies more than a home job. Think it over. WEDEKIND BEAUTY COLLEGE 523 Market St. Phone 3572 • v *. • • >. 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