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Monday Evening, November 4, 1957. SOCIETY The WSWS of the Third stree' EUB church will meet Thursday afternoon al 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. George Morris, 126 West Ottawa street. The WSCS of the Fletchers Lake church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Nora Penny. The Indian Creek CWF has changed the date of the next meal- ing to Friday, N'ovember 8, at the home of Betty Wilson. The Onward demonstration club The Onward home demonstration club met recently at the home of< » Mrs. Clar Gry where members *>boarded a bus f OT ,. In ^" ap °^They toured the Polk Milk company, the Woman's Prison and Kiley hospital. EUB church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. R. G. Flory, 2000' North street. Mrs. Joseph Huffman will be leader. Thank-offering boxes will be taken, and member's are also asked •j to bring, imported items. The Menial Culture club will meet at the YWCA Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Members are: asked to note the change of meeting date. Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, will hold a called meeting and Shelby Jean Hipes, Virgil .Van Voorst {Married At Reynolds , I Miss Shelby Jean Hipes and Virgil Van Voorst exchanged nuptial vows in a quiet ceremony Friday night, October 25, at 7:30 o'clock at the Reynolds Methodist Church. The pastor the Rev. Don Basselt, pronounced the single ring rites before the close relatives and • a few friends. " " ' ceremonial Thursday evening at IOOF hal DurtagThe evening they viewed the 1957 ice Show at the coliseurr. Twenty-three members and six guests made the trip. The Mary BeThun~e club will convene Tuesday evening at ine YWCA for game night, There will also be the drawing of names toi the Christmas exchange. Any member unable to auend and want ing her name in the drawing is asked lo call Harriett Fr.sby at 3069. -if- The 1,7 club which belonged to the Champion class several yea-s ago of the Upper Deer Creek Christian church me lor the annual session and dinner at the home of Mrs. Jane Lybrook recent- ly Thos€ attending were Miss Doris Merrell. Mrs. Crystabclle Down hour. Mrs. Evelyn Rmehart. Mrs. 1SS? refreshments, and all officers are urged to come early. The bride is" the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hipes of Royal Center and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Van Voorst of Reynolds. _ | Mrs. Charles Largen, the church The WSCS of the Zion Methodist organ ' 5t ' ?layed a group of rum " Youthful Stroller church of Lucerne will meet 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louise Clary. Washington —•fr- school PTA w-ill meet'Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the school. -ff- Th(> Missionary society of tine Burnettsville Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon -at- 1:30 o'clock at the home .of Mrs. Sam- McVey. Mrs. Edith Hcdkey, Shultz. Mrs. Daphme Miller. Mrs. Josephine Rodkey, Mrs. Pauline . Ptaer Mrs. Carmen Thompson. rluelfs ^ere Mrs. Nan Hancock of Anderson, and Mrs. Ethel urn inger, of Indianapolis. Shower Given For Miss Ruth Harper Miss Ruth Harper, bride-eiect of Arthur Ranee, was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Martha Smith and Mrs. Judy Harper recently. Contests were enjoyed and prizes won by Mrs. Alice Deane and Mrs. Hattie Barr. Flowers and place mats decorated each table and the refreshment table was centered with a wedding bell and purple streamers. Refreshments were served buffet style. Guests ware,Mrs. Louanna Harper, Mrs. Helen Harper, Mrs. Phyllis Delaplane, Mrs. Hattie Barr, Dorothy Barr, Mrs. Sharon bers", "Love's Old Sweet Song," "Melody of Love," "O Promise Me" and Dearly Beloved." She also played "I Love You Truly," "The Wedding.March" and "Sweetest Slory Ever Told." The bride was attired in -a street length gown of Dior blue wool and orlon jersey, featuring a cummerbund and three-quarter leng'h sleeves. She wore a small velvet hat in a matching shade and carried a cascade of white mums centered with a white orchid'corsage on a white Bible, given to the bride by her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Smith. Mrs. Shirley Dillman, cousin of the bride, attended her as ma'ron of honor. She appeared in a light blue wool dress made in princess wore ' a white orchid style. She ' corsage. Jim Sharp, friend of the groom, •was best man. Following the service a reception was held at the home of Blie bride's aunt, Mr and Mrs. Ear) Miller at-Lake Cicolt. Fall Hewers, white wedding bells, blue and white ribbons decorated the entertaining rooms. The lace cloth covered table was centered with •a large three tier wedding caike with blue and white icing. The TD club held a masked Hal- j Annette Gibbs, Mrs. Grace Hall, loween party at the home of La- ..... - -- - .. rne Albright on Melbourne avenue recently. Prize for the : best costume went to Maryann Apple- t0 Following a short business meet- in", bunco was played with prizes ioW to Virginia Corcoran, Jo Hante, Betty Parker and Lucule Barr, Mrs. Jeanette Wells, Mrs.! Cake, ice cream molds, coffee. : punch, nuts and mints were served. •Mrs. Dempster Martin cut the cake assisted by Miss Josephine Kines. 'Mrs. Russell Van Voorst and Mrs. Paul Geisler served the punch and Mrs. Alice Deane, Mrs. Dorothy Rush. Mrs. Viola Selders, Miss Karen Deane. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Lucille Berkshire, Mrs. Merle Nichols, Mary Blake, 'Sharon Weimer, Fern, June and Mary Kay Bruner, Carol Tucker, Diane Mayhill and Bonnie Cunningham. guest. Betty Parker, was present. Refreshments were served The next meeting will be 8 chicken and noodle super at the tome of Jo Hankee. route 2. The Clymers PTA met in the school Thursday evening for a Hallowe'en party. A comedy skit was _ by the committee, Mr. and Mrs. John Porter Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lewis, Mr. and.Mrs. Herbert Taylor Mr and Mrs. Jim Sailors, Mr and Mrs. Edwin Hankee, Mr and Mrs. Cecil Lane, Ward Lesh and Mrs. Opal Jacaby. A membership committee was named including Mrs. Donald Griggs, Mrs. William Justice, Mrs. James Sailors and Mrs. Donald Snell. A cake walk was held and refreshments were served by the committee. The Holy Rosary Study club of St Vincents church met with Mrs. Frank Russo Wednesday evening. The meeting opened with recitation of the Rosary offered up for the recovery of Msgr. Schall. A Hallowe'en theme was carried out. Prizes went to Ethel Russo, Eleanor Ricciardi, Madeline Barandt and Stella Pursh. Division 5, CWF, Ninth street Christian church, will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1;30 o'clock with Mrs. Rose Unkefer, 730 Spencer street. Shrine Ladies will entertain No bles at a covered dish dinner and card party Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock at the Shrine club. The Philathea B class of the Baptist Temple will convene Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs, Clin Mills, 223 Ninth street. The General WSCS of the Broad way Methodist church will mee Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock Lunch will be served by the Rachel circle. "Student Work and Higher Education" will be presented by Mrs. Herbert Canfield. Columbia PTA will hold a carry- in supper and room visitation Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the school. Each family is asked to bring a basket supper and table service. The Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lenora Hipsher, 606 Biddle street. The WSWS of the Broadway SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY 6 p.m. — Mizpah lodge. IOOF hall. 6:30 p.m. — Rosary society, St. Joseph, school hall. . 7 p.m. — Cass county HD Chorus, Trinity Episcopal church. J7:30 p.m. — Hi Neighbor HD club, Marjorie' Sailors. 7:30 p.m. — Special Education study group, Mrs. Ruby Bernd 1 !.. TUESDAY 1:30 p.m. — Jefferson township HD club 1, Mrs. Irene Young. 1:30 p.m. — St. Joseph hospital Sewing circle", hospilal. 2 p.m. — Lincoln circle No. 1, Memorial home. coffee. Receptionists wore light blue organdy aprons, gifts of the bride, and shrysanthemum cm-sages. These corsages and the mum cor sages worn by the bride's mother, the groom's mother and the bride's, grandmother, Mrs. Emma Smith,'were made by Mrs. Miller with flowers from the garden of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Mary Hipes The bride is a 1954 graduate o: jlh'e Royal Center high school and 'her husband was'graduated from Chalmers high school in 1951. Mr. and Mrs. Van Voorst de parted'for a short wedding trip to Tennessee and then will be af home on a farm in West Poin' Township where the bridegroom is engaged in farming. HALLOWEEN PARTY A Hallowe'en party was held by members of Alpha Kappa Chapter, preme Forest Woodman Circle at Tau Phi Lambda Sorority, Su- .he home of Mrs. Betty CSayton. The entertaining rooms were 'spooky" with skeletons,, illuminated pumpkins and other decorations in cooking with the season. Miss Jane Troy In Wellesley Show Miss Jane Troy, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Edward Troy 1927 High street, participated in "Stroke of Genius," the annua Junior Show at Wellesley college Wellesley, Massachusetts, recently. Miss Troy was a member ^o the chorus of artists'who invadi a primitive island, seeking particular piece of native sculp Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five Smooth Coverage Naomi Shrine Hosts Joint School With Rochester, Kokomo Naomi'Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, was host to a joint School of Instruction with Uie Bethel Shrine of Rochester and the Dorcas Shrine 1 of Kokomo at the IOOF hall recently. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed followed by the meeting with Mary Schockney, district deputy, of Kokomo, in charge. Robert Waters, past watchman of the shepherds, Muncie, was floor director. Belva Wilson, worthy high priestess, city, and Robert Lessing, of Rochester, conducted the opened and closing. Minnie Logan, worthy high priestess, Rochester, and Sebar Ward, watchman of the shepherds, city, were in charge of the ceremonial at which time one person was initiated. Harriet Trublood, worthy high pries*ess. Kokomo, was in charge of the escorting. Etta Massena, worthy scribe, read the minutes, and Betty Sturgeon, worthy chaplain, read the sickness and distress report. Belva Wilson thanked all pro-tern officers. Sebar Ward was honored on his hir'hday with a cake and several gifts. Announcements were made as follows: Thursday, November 7, ceremonial at which time .Lucille • Hunier, noble prophetess, and Ro! bcrt Schlegelmilch, associate watchman of the shepherds, will ?reet their co-workers from other Indiana Shrines. All officers arc asked to be present. Edith Zieg, chairman of the svays 3nd means committee, announced a fish fry to be held November 13 al the Armory and urged all members to sell tickets. Miss Linda Farrer Honored At Shower Miss Linda Farrer, who will be married to Charles Wilson N'ovember 10, was honored at a bridal shower recently at the YWCA annex. Game prizes went to Pat Weaver, E 11 o B y e r s and Phyllis Layman with duplicate awards to the honored guest, Re- BY TRACY ADRIAN N OW THAT many of the latest styles seem to t* hoisting-the hemline, the smooth stocking look ia more important than ever before. Though the panel on this dance-and-dinner dress dips low, the hemlin* beneath is high-rising. So, here we give you a pair of hose that can't go wrong leg-wise. They are beautifully fitted and ar». also seamless. The ones shown are for evening wear and are in an irridescent wine shade. BY TRACY ADRIAN 'T'HIS youthful suit is an ideal choice for anyone from •4 a beginning career girl to a charming matron. It is perfect for wear when shopping in town, traveling or going to a business office. The outfit is made of dacron and worsted in an enchanting shade of brown. Its jacket is short and fitted with a five button closing and a velvet collar. The straight sleeves are smartly cuffed and the skirt is permanently pleated. freshments were served by the hostesses, Linda Hulls, Juanita Smith, Sondra Hipsher and Judy Wheaton. Invited guests included: Evelyn Farrer, Pauline Leffert, Faye Leffert, Bertha Green, Arlene Massey, Carole Hizer, Ethel 'Rhodes, Josephine Flory, Wilma Vernon, Wilda Sutton, Mary Lou Smith, Anita Allen, Connie Farrer, Betty Farrer, Ann Deeds, Donna Wilson, Sharon Garden, Barbara Kitchell, Kalhryn Caldwell. Phyllis Layamn, Marilyn Heiny, Pat Weaver, Barbara Jargstorf, Etta Myers, Mary Lynn Wheaton, Rose Frick, Janice Allen, Janice Junior High Record Hop To Be Tuesday The Y-Teen committee of the YWCA has announced a recond hop to be held at the YWOA annex Tusday afternoon from 4 to 5:30 o'clock for' all Junior High Prizes in games went to Miss Marilyn Benedict and Mrs. Joan Decker. The scavenger hunt win : ning team included Mes'da:nes Jean Morgan, Doris Green and Joan Decker. Mrs. Jean Morgan received the mystery prize. * -- - - - r iU 0 i5U U •UiUl'A, XV* CliJ. u "!"«»• -"-"O" • tare. Each year members of he of L rt , and Cass ; junior class of the- college wrile, ' produce and direct an original musical comedy. Mrs. Clayton announced that more' than 200 -teenagers had attended the record hop held in the K. of C. hall sponsored by .the group. Proceeds are to be used for welfare work. Refreshments were served from Miss Troy, a local high school graduate, is active in music groups on' the campus and Is secretary chestra. of the college or- individual tables centered w . itn Mexico, tapers and pumpkins and featuring "apple men." Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Patricia Baker and Mrs. Julia Baker. Pumpkin pie and colfee were served. The next meeting will be a business meeting November 5th in the VFW home. Members are asked to take canned goods to fill Thanksgiving baskets for need:' families. Personal Mr. and Mrs. Chester Boatman, of 1911 East Market street, have returned from, a vacation in Southern Carifornia and Old county. Paul Hall will be the emcee. The commitlee includes Mrs. Elmer Hill, Mrs, Harold Ebey, Mrs. Jane Porter, Mrs. Margaret Carr Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Philiip Zartman, Rochester, a son. Admitted: Abram Charles, 1926 Spear street, and. Miss Linda Fry, route 4, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Hillia Bennett 912 West Wabash ' avenue; Mrs Victor Brown, 1213 Sycamore Mrs. Kay .Dalton, Mrs. Jane Michael and Mrs. Jeanette Meinzer. POSTPONE MEETING The scheduled meeting of the Past Presidents Parley of the .American Legion: Auxiliary has I been postponed indefinitely. HELD FOR MURDER INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Mrs. Hazel E. Thomas, 40, was held on a preliminary charge of murder CHURCHGOERS DELAYED ELKHART (UP)—While 15 motorists were worshiping in the McCoy Baptist Church at evening today in the gun slaying of Ernest services this week, vandals let the Jones, 58, in an Indianapolis apart- j a j r out 0 { the tires on their cars ;„ a nearby lot. A total of ment Thursday night. Jones was j . killed by six shots in his abdomen, j 32 tires were flat, all four on on* police said, during an argument in Mrs. Thomas' apartment. MUSHROOMS FATAL TO F 'OUR I BERNAY, France (UP)— Four! of a family's five children have! J , , , .„ ,„., i"r died and the parents have been Randolph, Lucille Wilson, Ada _™,, „„;,;„„,!.. :1 , ,„„„ „„;„.„ made critically ill from eating poisonous mushrooms, said today. O'Donnell, • Jsr.e Bush, Trapp, Carole Wilson, Ntorma Vickie Hardin, Eva Wilis, Mary Thompson, Lillie McClurs, Zepha Carter and Jane Hutchcraft. Girl Scout News Girl Scout troop 3 of St. Vincent school met recently for an election of officers at the school. Sandra Corso was named president; Diane Sweet, vice-president; Carol Dexter, secretary; and Kalhleen McQuinn, reporter. Badges were discussed and one V LULU1 iJll/Wll, JJ4JJ.J UJ^OIIJ'V/I C , , I « r<nn* n r street; Mrs. Lester Elliott and son, j was selected to work on. Games Lucerne; Mrs. Matilda Stoops! •• were also enjoyed, route 1, city; and 1 Mrs. Helen Tripp, 706 Sunset drive. PLEDGES SORORITY Erika Esser, daughter • of Mr: and Mrs. Rupert Esser, 2511 North street, has been pledged to,Kappa Kappa G-amma social sorority al DePauw University, Greencastle,. Indiana, Miss Esser is a'local high ichool graduate.' authorities UNABLE TO ATTEND DU QUOIN, 111. (UP)—Du Quoin High School officials have cancelled plans for a mass polio vaccination of pupils today. Too many studenls are home sick with Hie flu. 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