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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 15, 1962
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Six Logansport Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Pohlman Studio BIRTHDAY SUNDAY—Mrs. Sarah Ga'llion, of 19 Park avenue, will celebrate her 80th birthday Sunday, June 17. The daughter of William and Martha Hillis, she was born June 17, 1882, near Madison, Ind. She married Alvy Gallion on Nov. 1, 1910. He is deceased. Mrs. Gallion has been a member of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church for 52 years. Several years ago, she was employed in the assessor's office. She has one son, Earl, who resides with her, and a brother, Archie Hillis, 82, of Connersville, \lew Members " Welcomed At Eagle Booster, Club Meet Three new members were welcomed at the Thursday evening msiness meeting of the Ladies Eagle Booster club at the : club rooms with. 38 members present Ruth Seward / gave the seere- :ury's:report,and Mary. Jo Hurl- )urt, the treasurer's.account.'Pro ems were Rose Baker, Geraldine Mlsori and Anne Fries. Erma Vails was reported seriously ill at St. Joseph's' hospital A picnic for families of mem- >ars was planned for the last meeting in July with Anne Fries o be chairman of arrangements New members welcomed were Irsal Armstrong, Betty Dillon and ! arol Mason. Ruth Seward read a poem in lonor of Flag Day, "Tribute to ,he Flag." .Members -were asked o help serve the Republican banquet at the Club 1 rooms, on June 28. The social meeting will be held oh June 21, the change 1 in date be ing-made because of the banquet During the social hour, euchre arizes went to Mamie Hardt, Jean, jtte Bender and Lola Gearhart. 3ther prize winners were. Viola Coder, Dorothy Allen, Mary Toothman, Bertha Lester and Ruth Seward. Dorcas Circle Sets July Garden Party July Garden Party plans were discussed at the Wednesday meeting of the Dorcas circle of the Lucerne. Christian church, •ponducted at the church basement. Hostesses were Betty Marshall, Jo Robinson and Ann Brandt.. Devotions, wore .presented by Helen' Harvey.. The group voted to cancel the July meeting he- cause of the annual garden party. Committee for the event was appointed and includes Jo Robinson, Hildreth Hall, Alta Mae Bur•ton, Helen Harvey and Ruby Cotner. Refreshments and contests were enjoyed following the meeting. There were 14 members' present. D. of I.'s To Fete Husbands, Fathers At Dinner June 26 The Daughters of Isabella met Tuesday evening at the K. of C. hall with Mary Klumpp, regent, presiding. " Mrs. Madonna Benson was initiated into the organization. A letter from the State Regent was read by Mrs. Klumpp. June 26 will be a social meeting honoring Father's Day. Each mem' ber is to bring her husband or father and a covered dish. Mary Klumpp and her circle will be hostesses. Teresa Amelio will be in charge of June hospital party. The door prize was won by Treva Leffert. Prayers were offered for Msgr. A. R. Fussengger, state chaplain of the Daughters of Isabella. Members Become 'Beachcombers' For Hi Neighbor Party A "Beachcomber" .party .was featured by the Hi Neighbor HD club Thursday evening. at. the home of Mrs. Jo Wooleyer with members attending in attire ranging from huge sun hats to billowing muu muus. Mrs. Cora Lohnnan assisted the hostess. Mrs. Irene Miller, president, conducted the business meeting. Pledges 'and the creed were led by Mrs. Virginia Robinson and Mrs. Connie Rhodes gave the his tory of the song of the .month. Devotions were given by Mrs. Woolever. Roll call was answered with a favorite dish. One new member, Mrs. Wilma Rupe, was intro. duced. Secretary and treasurer reports were given by Mrs. Glenda Mar tin and Mrs. Marjqrie Hartleroad. Mrs. Fern Fritz was presented a plant for having perfect attendance record for five years. Arrangements for workers and donations for the 4-H Fair food stand were discussed. The lesson on herbs and spices was presented by Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. Robinson with the special sauces during the lesson being served with other refreshments. Phyllis Delaplane won the contest prize and Mrs. Martin, the door, prize. Mrs. Miller will be the hostess on July 12 at Sunset Cottage on Bruce Lake. There will be a white elephant sale. The vested suit, popular lasl winter, moves on into summer for males. The hot weather versions are light weight. Wheatland Avenue WSCS Views Film vt General Meeting A special program .and film highlighted the General meeting of the Wheatland avenue WSCS Thursday evening at the church. Flora Jane Stewart, president, conducted ^he session and the Ruth circle was in.charge of the worship service and refreshments. Mrs. Joan Foster conducted the worship after which Mrs. Polly Carbaugh presented a special program that included a film on the topic, "Meeting the Needs of Adolescents." Roll call was answered by 26 members. Reports were given of the previous general meeting and the executive committee meeting. Proposed projects were discussed and a new schedule of meetings was set up. Plans were announced for an attendance contest to begin in December and a group seminar at the church July 18. A seminar committee was appointed. The treasurer's account was read and it was reported that the group will furnish drapes for the nursery. The literature secretary reported on the reading points and the new subscribers to the mission ary papers. Committee chairmen were announced for the coming year. October 18 was the tentative date set for the chicken pie supper. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. Elam. VETERANS TO MEET The regular meeting of Cass County Barracks 1400, Veterans o. World Wai- I, will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in Memorial home. —Harrington Studio Mr. and Mrs. Michael Musselman, of 522 Tanguy street, city, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, June 17, with a family dinner at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Pufahl, of route 1, Royal Center. Due to the ill health of Mrs. Musselman, no special celebration is being planned, but friends are invited to call in the afternoon. Mrs. Musselman, the former Nora Trimble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alda E. Trimble, and Michael Musselman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Musselman, were married on June 18,- 1912, at the Market street Methodist parsonage. Rev, W. T. Arnold officiated. The couple has resided in Logansport since their marriage. Both are members of tha Calvary Presbyterian church. Mr. Musselman .s a retired employee of the Rockwell Standard Spring Corp. They have three children: Mrs. Irwin (Norma) Pufahl, of Royal Center; Harold M., of Lancaster, Ohio; and Lloyd W., city. There are two grandchildren: Mrs. Patricia Pufahl Johnson, of route 1, Royal Center; and James D. Musselman, city;' and two jreat-grandchildren, James Scott and Kewin Dean Musselman, Reunion Calendar DYKEMANPARK SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Goltry reunion; east pavilion and entire breezeway, noon (annual); C. T. Kuizie, entire lower pavilion, noon (annual); Davis reunion; west pavilion, noon annual). SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Shields reunion, east pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Hershberger-Hoover reunion west pavilion and 2 south tables in breezeway, noon (annual); McFadden reunion, table 2 (by swings), noon (annual)T Kelly reunion, front row in lower pavilion, noon (annual). SPENCER PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Baker reunion, shelter 1, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Chapman reunion, shelter 2, noon (annual); Joseph Minneman family, entire lower pavilion, noon (annual); Dibble family reunion, shelter 3, noon and all day (annual). SUNDAY, JUNE ,24-^Corbin-Adams reunion, shelter 5, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Eaikes reunion, shelters 1 and 2, noon (annual); Kauffman reunion, shelter 4, noon (annual); Dunsizer reunion, shelter 3, noon (annual); Walton High School Class of '52, 3 rows in lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. RIVERSIDE PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Powlen reunion, rows 1, 2 and 3 in pavilion, noon (annual); Belle Zartman reunion, tables 6 and 10, noon (annual); Bingaman reunion, tables 7 and 8, noon (annual); Zimmerman-Repp reunion, tables 4 and 5, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Turnpaugh reunion, rows 4 5 and 6 in pavilion, noon to 5 p.m.; Hunter reunion, tables 1, 2 and 3,11 a.m. to 3 p.m. FAIRVIEW PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Maxon reunion, entire pavilion, noon, to 4 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JUNE 24-Cass County Rural Youth Alumni, entire pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Sunday School, entire pavilion, 5:30 p^.m. (annual); Jones Cousins, 5 portable tables, noon (annual). Cass HD Delegates Attend Homemakers Session at Purdue LAFAYETTE - .Mrs. Floyd Tucker of Greenfield was elected 1963 president of the Indiana FJome Demonstration Association at Purdue University Thursday. The election was held during the business meeting which concluded the annual Homemakers Confer- ice. Representatives from Cass county attending the Homemakers conference included Mrs. Ernest Love, rural route 1; Mr.s, C, M. Ide, rural route 1; Mrs. Clarence Newer, 305 W. Linden; Mrs. William Dutchess, Galveston; Mrs. Ned Johnson, Galveston; Mrs. James McDonald, Galveston; Mrs. Robert J, Barr, rural route 6 and Mrs. Beth K. Puett, Cass HD agent. State winners of an essay contest sponsored by the association were .named. Mrs. Irene Yankauskas, Hebron, Mrs. .Dora Legg, Windfall, and Mrs. Thora Lefever, Columbia City, wrote winning essays on "The Role of Land- Grant Colleges or Universities in Our State During the Past Century." The essays will be entered in national competition. Other association officers elected today are-'Mrs. Ralph Bates, New Albany, vice-president, 'and Mrs, Richard Agness, Bunker Hill, secretary. Mrs. Willis Wiley, Bloomington, will continue as treasurer for another year. Five district representatives were chosen during the business meeting. They are Mrs. Myles B. Stevens, Covington, Lafayette district; Mrs. Dale Schinbeckler, Kendallville, 'Fort Wayne district; Mrs. Charles Dudley, North Vernon, Madison district; Mrs. Ralph Kelt, Rochester, Michigan City district; and Mrs. Fred McKinley, Muncie, New Castle district. Friday Evening, June 15, 1962. Victor Kitchels To Hold Anniversary Open House Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kitchel, of 1727 Broadway, will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, June 17, with a family dinner and an open house in the afternoon. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house Tom 2 to 5 o'clock. The couple was united in marriage on June 20, 1937, at the "Ihurch of the Brethren with the Reverend J. J. Johnson officiating. She is the former Minnie Weaver, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Amos Weaver, of Miami, Ind., and he is the son of Mrs. Mary Kitchel, of 1725 Broadway, and the late Edgar Kitchel. Both are members of the Church of the Brethren. He is an em- iloye of the RBM Manufacturing Company and she is employed at Ebert's Drugs. They have two sons: Joe, of Peru, and Larry at home. ANNA GUARD CLASS Mrs. Emma Ammons was hostess to the Anna Guard class of St. Luke's Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Pearl Terrell opened with prayer. Mrs. Erasma Homburg offered devotions. A card was signed and sent to Mrs. Ella Ferguson who is ill at the home of her daughter in Mobile, Ala. Mrs. Elvira Miller, a guest, and Mrs. Terrell won contest prizes. The next meeting will be a picnic at Spencer park July 3. Refreshments were served by the hostess. WSCSAt.Clymers Meets at Church Parlors; 20 Attend Seventeen members and three guests attended the June meeting of the Clymers WSCS Wednesday at tbs church parlors. 1 Louvinia !L,a:rimorc, vice-president, opened fh.» meeting, with a poem followed by group singing. Lula Larimore offered devotions and prayer. The secretary's report was read by Kathleen Michaels and roll call was answered with a favorite Scripture v-rso. Jessie Deitrich gave the treasurer's account. Birthday offerings were given by Barbara Dillman, Lula Lari» more, Helen Johnson and Mary Dillman. The lesson was given 1 by Helen Johnson on "Women of the Bible." Contest prize went to Linda Porter and Rosanna MeFatridge won the door priie. Refreshments were served from tables decorated with bouquets of flowers. The comtnitlee included Orpha Kruger and Florence Lesh. Guests were Mrs. Betiy Regenlhal, Mrs. Cora Latta and Linda Porter. Four tables were in play at the Thursday afternoon meeting of the YWCA Bridge club at the parlors. Winners were Hazel Barker, first; Ina Barker, second; Gene Brown, third; and Helen Hildebrandt, fourth. The next meeting is June 28. Onward HD Hears Speaker At Meet 4-H Fail- plans were discussed at the recent meeting of the Onward .HD club at the home of Mrs. Ruth Widner. Rev, Raymond Skelton was the guest speaker, using the topic, ^Mental Illness in Children." . Grace Hopper, president, conducted the meeting, reminding members of the Purdue Conference this week and the National HD Conference Aug. 12-14 in Lexington, Kentucky. Plans and work schedules for the food tent at the 4-H Fair were announced. 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