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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 12, 1962
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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune COOL WAFFLE DESSERT—Waffles have been a Sunday joy for most families as far back as any of us can remember, and they have never lost their novelty. Here waffles have assumed a different look when combined with ice cream and luscious strawberries for a delicious summer dessert. Just sandwich vanilla ice cream between two waffle quarters and spoon fresh strawberries over the top. Serve with lots of hot coffee. Here's a favored waffle recipe: ' RICH BUTTERMILK WAFFLES 3 eggs 2 teaspoons baking, powder W4 cups buttermilk % teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda % cup melted butter or 1% cups sifted all-purpose flour margarine, cooled Heat waffle baker. Beat eggs until light and lemon colored. Beat in buttermilk. Mix and sift baking soda, flour, baking powder and salt. Beat in. Stir in melted butter. Beat until well blended and smooth. This makes a thin batter. Bake in hot waffle baker. Makes 8 waffles. TRI KAPPA ELECTS NEW OFFICER'S; CONDUCTS PLEDGE SERVICE FOR 16 M/s. Frank Wilkinson was elected president of Tri Kappa sorority during a meeting conducted Monday night preceding pledging ceremonies at the home of Mrs. Russell Eckert, 15 Frederick street. Others elected include Mrs. Kenneth Kahle, vice-president; Mrs. B. R. Kirkwood, secretary; Mrs. Don Pollitt, treasurer, and Mrs. Richard Fawcett, 'assistant treasurer. Mrs. Ed Kinnear will continue to serve as corresponding secretary for the second year of a two-year term. Pledging rites were held for the following new members: Mrs. Christian M. McClure, Miss Dianne Wells, Mrs. Ralph R. Kauffman, Mrs. Alan Hildebrandt, Miss Ann Sheckell, Mrs. G. Thomas Puett, Miss Mary Anna Becker, Miss Linda Stonerock, Miss Anne Louise Lyon, Miss Judi McMillen, Mrs. Richard Mote, Miss Jane Justice, Miss Sherry Simpson, Miss Karen Kiesling, Miss Janice Klumpp, and Miss Vicki Walker. The Misses Martha and J.ane Grube, who were unable ,to .attend, will be pledged at a later date. During the business session con ducted by Mrs. Dale Goris, president, a contribution of'$50 was made to aid a Cass county girl through the Girl Scout camper- ship fund. Reports were given by Mrs. Richard Fawcett, pecan chairman, and Mrs. B. R. Kirkwood, who 'announced the next blood bank- visit on June 25. Mrs. Joseph Bean'will be hostess for the annual August picnic. Refreshments were served from a large table covered with white inen and centered with a three- iered crystal compote arranged with red .baby carnations, pink geraniums, field daisies, japonica leaves and bells of Ireland interspersed with lighted thin white tapers. Napkins were decorated with strawberries, as were individual cakes arranged on silver trays. Fancy mints and salted nuts were served together with mint punch on which whole strawberries floated. Mrs. Goris and Mrs. Wilkinson presided at two silver punch bowls. Members of the committee in charge included the Mesdames 0. H. Grotelueschen, chairman, Richard Elliott Jr., Robert Newsom, Richard Wild, Robert Kline, Eugene Dcnham, Joseph Bean, Richard Jensen, Russell Eckert, Ed Wheatley and Pat Sabatini. Initiation will be conducted at the next meeting, June 25, at the home of Mrs. M. L. Butler. Attend Convention Six members of Alpha Mu chapter and two members of the associate chapter represented Logansport Tri Kappas at a convention of Province 7 staged recently 'at Fowler. The local group, which placed third among chapters in attendance, received honorable mention in an art exhibit for a painting by Mrs. Richard Bailey, an inactive member. Workshops were conducted during the day which featured also a coffee hour, luncheon, bridge and golf. Mrs. Dale Goris and Mrs. M. L, Butler, presidents of the active and associate chapters, attended the delegate's meeting. Mrs. E. Y. Denham attended the scholarship workshop; Mrs. Kenneth Kahle, art; Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, treasurer; Mrs. Ed Kinnear, corresponding secretary. Mrs. James Rowan was alternate delegate from the associate chapter and Mrs. B. J. Adkins received a bridge prize. Hobby Theme Used At Who's New Meet A hobby theme prevailed at the dessert luncheon, staged by Who's New club at the YWCA recently. The program on hobbies was presented by Airman First Class Richard Kellingham of the Bunker Hill Air Force Base hobby shop. He discussed ceramics anc displayed several items. Tables were decorated in keeping with the hobby theme and hostesses were Mrs. Norman Dun sizer and. Mrs. 'Robert Lewis Mrs. Ronald. Lewellen' was ?uest. FETE AFB PRESIDENT Mrs. Lynwood C. Cox, newly elected president, of the Toastmistress club at the Bunker Hill AFB presented a talk on "The Successful Air Force Wife," during the charter party held recently. In recognition of the manner in which-she presented her address, Bridge' Clubs Masterpoint night was held b; the Men's Duplicate Bridge clul Monday evening at Ihe YWCA. Winners were: Dr. Charles Vi ney and Jack Saadi, first; Martin Levy and Paul Kraut, second John Klein -and Edwin .Busjahn third; Lou Thommen and E. P Ritsman, fourth. * * # The YWCA Bridge club wil meet Thursday afternoon at 1 o' clock at the parlors. Mrs. Cox. has been requested b; representatives from four Toasi mistress clubs throughout Indian to appear before their local chap ters. Tuesday Evening, June 12,1962 Social Calendar TUESDAY . p.m.—Honorary Third Mothers study club, Meribah Kraut. :30 p.m.—Emera club, Clymers Methodist church. :15 p.m.—Cass county HD Chorus, final rehearsal, St. Luke's church : 30 p.m.—LHS class of '32, Muehlhausen Spring. :30 p.m.—Mizpah lodge 26,17th street hall. :45 p.m.—Exchangettes, Mrs. Paul Burnett. p.m.—D. of I.'s, K. of C. hall. p.m.—Delta Chi Sigma, Joyce Parker. p.m.—VFW Auxiliary, post home. WEDNESDAY >Joon—Hand-in-Hand circle, Riverside park. : 30 p.m.—Bethlehem HD, Marie Strong. :30 p.m.—Women's Missionary society, Baptist Temple, all circles. :30 p.m.—Anna Guard class, St. Luke's church, Mrs. Emma Ammons : 30 p.m.—Post Memorial Missionary society, Fina Ayers, p.m.—World Friendship Social Circle, at West Broadway Presbyterian church. SOCIETY The • Royal Center chapter >)o. 375, OES, will hold a stated meeting : Wednesday evening at o'clock. There will be initiation nd official visit of the district eputy. The Worthwhile HD club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 'clock at the home of Nell ^oofc, 1000 North street. Roll call esponse will be a game prize or the veteran's hospital. Pleasant Valley Ladies aid will meet at the church Thursday for in all-day meeting. All members mc£ friends are invited to attend. Hi Neighbor HD club will meet 'hursday evening at 8 o'clock at lie 1 home of Jo Woolever, 541 W. Ilinton. Members are to dress s "beachcomers." Women of St. Paul's Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. Pearl Jones in Washington township, Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Derena Spitznogle will be missionary lesson leader and roll call response will be a Bible verse containing the word, "comparison." The General WSCS of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will meet at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening. Clay township . HD club wil meet at the home of Violet Armey Thursday afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock. Nellie Ulerick and Laura Galloway will be co-hostesses Members are to note change ol meeting place. American Legion Auxiliary un it 60 will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial Home. The Wednesday Niters will mee: at the home of Mrs. Isabe Rhodes Wednesday evening at 7:3' o'clock. The Ladies Eagle Booster clul will hold a business meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock a the Eagles club room. Vera Gust new president, will preside. Due are payable. The Mary Dykeman Memoria hospital Guild will convene Thurs day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock a the hospital cafeteria. Dr. D. K Winter will give the program. Circle 5 of the Calvary Presby terian church will hold a carry-in dinner Thursday evening at 6:3 o'clock at the church dining Zion WSCS Plans uly Church Social The Woman's Society of the ucerne Zion church, convened at le home of Mrs. Mildred Elliott ith ' Ruth Jones, president, pening with prayer. Betty Christiansen, assistant ecretary, reported and Ruby 3randt read the yearly treasurer's ccount. The president appointed Ssther Manning and Leila Winn n a committee for the annual hurch social to be held in July, he also named Irene Brinley, )elores Bonnell and Mildred lemley, co-chairmen, of a fall luction sale. Get-well cards were sent to [1 members and devotions were )ffered by Mrs. Gladys Fiedler, tfrs. Leila Winn. presented the >rogram on "The Ten Great xives of Man." Mrs. Lovetta Gilman was m harge of the contests with prizes ;oing to Mrs. Delores Bonnell, Mrs. Verdie Winn, Mrs. Ruth ones and Mrs. Mary Jo Nicoll. The door prize was won by Mrs. Myrtle Fiedler and refreshments were served to 19 members and one guest, Mrs. Ellen Horn. GUEST DAY LUNCHEON The* Shrine club Ladies held a uest Day salad luncheon recently at the club. Mrs. Mabel Bowman extendec Ihe welcome and the luncheon was served from tables decoratec with floral bouquets. Favors marked each place. The afternoon was spent playing cards. Door prizes were awarded to Gladys Whiteman and Bessie Cree. The committee in charge includ ed: Betty Crist, Margaret Me Cune, Evelyn Carson, Maggie Forgey and Evelyn Hinkle. : ere Mr. LaBounty On 83rd Birthday A surprise party was given Sun. ay in honor of Herbert A. La- ounty at his home, 1311 Canty xeet, the occasion marking his rdi birthday. A covered dish carry-in dinner 'as enjoyed by his seven children nd their families attending: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hufford, Ir. and Mrs. Harry LaBounly, Irs. Nettie Harrison, Mrs. Helen 'asquale and Mrs. Betty LaBoun- y, all of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Uissell Galloway and Mr. and flrs. Russell LaBounly, Fort Wayne; 20 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren and one great great randchild and a guest, Miss Ber- ike Engle, of Winamac. FETED ON BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Jamas M. Jrichlon, of 1520 Treeh street, intertained at a surprise birthday larly in honor of their son. Ken- leth, who celebrated his 14lh Birthday Wednesday. Games were played and the ;uest of honor opened his gifts. Refreshments were served to the ollowing guests: Julie and Linda Michael, 'at VanBriggle, Linda Fissel, )iane Engel, Bill Weirner, John reen, Steve Spangler, Jim Rice, Hike Emler, Mike Sigler, Steve Novak, Don Schacke, Mel Crich- on, Ken Crichton, Ray Crichton, tfr. and Mrs. Marvin Lamberl and son, Bret, and Mr. anc tfrs. James M. Crichton. Those sending gifts but unable .0 attend, were; Carole Toler and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Scheels room. Meat, rolls andi drink wil be provided. Members are tc bring a covered dish and table service! There will be a program -£- LHS class of 1922 will mee Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock a the home of Mrs. Lucille O'Neil' rural route 2. All members ar urged to attend. CLOSED FOR VACATION June 12th Thru June 29 Be iBock Juris 30th Lucy's Beauty Shoppe tUCYiPOWLBN Sit right here, sir,... well finance your new car immediately! No waiting ... no red tape! Finance your car at the time of purchase . . . RIGHT AT YOUR DEALER'S DESKI Includes group life insurance, health and accident, coast-to-coast emergency and helps to establish bank credit. Ailcyour dealer and INSIST on the , NATIONAL BANK AUTO PURCHASE PtAN NATIONAL BANK f ' , . * I J I Attention Brides: /Ifew Deadline! The unusual rush of June weddings lias 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 pictures are not available at this time, (he 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 to the wedding. A weekend wedding that is not reported until after the ceremony will be published at the discretion of the society editors. V\rs. Pear! Brubaker Feted On Birthday Mrs. Pearl Brubaker celebrat- d her 76th birthday Sunday eve- ing with a party at the home of ler granddaughter and family, tlr. and Mrs. James Spaulding at Monti cello. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. )on Brubaker and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Miller and daugh- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lcsher and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brubaker and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Brubaker, city; Mr. md Mrs. Richard Grauel and laughter, Buck Creek; Mr, and tfrs. Ray Neher, Knox; Mrs. Emma Fenstermachcr, Mrs. Mary lodeghier and Mrs, Patricia Rodeghier, of Chicago; Mrs. Anna *Jeher of Downers Grove, 111., Mr. and Mrs. James Spaulding and There are 278 models being offered by American car manu- : acturers for 1962. To help inform wospective buyers of the advan :ages of their individual makes they rely on the daily newspaper In 1960, for 1 instance, they invest ed $114 million for national news paper advertising. COHBS Tour Friendly Shoe Stor." 407 Eart Broadway COMPARE OUR DIAMOND VALUES! REMEMBER-MOMEY SAVE* IS MONEY EARNED Ft R NBA UGH S Broadway "Famous For Quality Diamonds" Broadway at fourth Phone 4137 Member F.D.I.C. For Father's Day - Only ihe Best Wil/ Do CHOOSE? GIFT SET 5.00 Afl«r Shav* Lotion, Mon'i Cologno. Stick Deodorant, Body-fcikum, Shampoo for Man GIFT SST MO Tfcrvol.size GIFT SET 3.00 AftwShovllettofl, Smooth Shav«, Af Hr Shoy* Tol ff Shove lotiwv M«n't Cologne, S»kk D*odorar» SMOOTH STICK BODY PRO-EIECTRIC AFTiR SHAVC SHAVE DEODORANT TAICUM B«lore Shave lotion LOTION 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 and .40 1.25 and 2.00 Prtc« plus tax except on Smooth Sfem* «m Pio-Ettctrlc Bcf«« Sbwe lotto) AH iBeouHfoily Gift Wrapped for Father's Oray Gold iMonogramming Free on All leather Goods A Man Never forgets the Woman Who (Remembers TIMBERLAKE'S IS AIR CONDITIONED Come in and shop now in cool comfort. Timberlake's Gift Shop Always Open AH Day Wednesday "The Store of a Thousand Gifts"

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