Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 5, 1957 · Page 20
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Tuesday, November 5, 1957
Page 20
Start Free Trial

Ifct Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune CARROLL COUNTY ACHIEVEMENT DAY FEATURES ELECTION OF OFFICERS Carroll county home demonstration officers were elected for next year at th« 25th annual Carroll Achievement Day rencently at Del- 3*i. They were Mrs. Joseph Peterson, I>resident; Mrs. Wade Louthain, irice-president; Miss Pauline Robeson, second vice-president; Mrs. Ernest IHinham, secretary; Mrs. !!hda Caldwell, treasurer; and Mrs. :rred McCain, publicity. • Mrs. Marie Hawaiian, retiring .president, welcomed the 275 members and guests. Others appear- :ing on the program were Mrs. .Kenneth Newell, Mrs. Paul Ward, Miss Bobeson, Miss Elaine Kull, Mrs. John Peterson, Mrs. Ernest Dunham, Mrs. Joseph Peterson. IMadison and Jefferson township clubs tied for the perfect attendance award with 95 percent participation in club activities. Letters were read from Martha ISchnepf, Lois Sidenbender and Jo-, Kenneth Hears, Madison; Mrs. Frona Gray, Rossville; Mrs. Ruth Crawn, Happy Homebuilders; Miss Pauline Robeson, Washington; Mrs. Ethel Gerard, Logansport; Mrs. James Thompson, Democrat; Mrs. Effie Stephen. Logansport. This was sponsored by Delphi merchants. Committees in . charge were: Registration-Mrs. Clark. Meteer and Mrs. Curtis George; Nominations—Mrs. Robert Ratcliff, Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mrs. Earl Blue and Mrs. Elbert Smith; Program—Mrs. Joseph Peterson, Mrs. Orpha Goa- lee, Mrs. Robert Grant and Mrs. Herman Ne£f; Decorations—Burlington Township; Chairs— Deer CreeTc Township. The Following 63 ladies were pre sented Hyacinth bulbs-for 100 -per cent attendance at their local Home Demonstration club meet- Men's Bridge Club Annual Tournament Held At Saadi Home The annual championship tournament was held by the Men's Duplicate Bridge club Sunday afternoon at the home of Jack Saadi, High street Road.. Only members participated in the event with 14 couples attending. The first session was at 1:30 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. at the Ben Hur followed by the final session at 7:30 p.m. Trophies were awarded to the following teams: Dr. Charles Viney and Orville Fox, first in cham- GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY ings during the past year an< ^' D i ons jiin award- second, Dick Mc- ,***.ll.lvf L, UV13 ULlrclllywuuwL t»..« W I ° L T\ . Mn A ^ .1 T>1 e- JJlXIIlJalUp A W CU U, O&l-^"w, ~*~m. «tta Joyce, _all in coHege, reporting ^>™ ^l™^^ Cool and Karl Austin; third, Paul en the state fair school for 4-H girls which they attended. ' Dr. T. Neal Petry, county health doctor, spoke regarding the health survey questionnaire which will be conducted throughout the county In February. He stated that there are no county health ordinances at the present time, no food in- «pection in eating houses, no required physical examination of .employes and told of some of the 'other alarming health conditions that exist in the county. • Sgt. J. L. DeArmond, Gary, of the state police educational depart merit spoke on "Safety," the new driver tests and the point system. Mrs. Carl Landis said Grace before the noon luncheon served at the Presbyterian church.' Music for the afternoon session •was furnished by Mrs. Verl Sparks and the County Home Demonstration Chorus led by Mrs. Daniel Brown. Past county presidents were Introduced by Mrs. Robert Ratcliff and .guests were introduced by Mrs. Hanrahan. Miss Irene Myers, Ft. Wayne, ipok« on "The Magic Flight to Europe" with a large group of industrial girls. She said that unless we build from within—we do not build and that we must kill the three weeds: Criticism, Resentment and Self-Pity. Mrs. June Fine of Markle, former Carroll county 4-H dub leader was presented a tray sel In ''appreciation of her work in the county. Door prizes were awarded Mrs. Martha Ginn, Tippecanoe Twp.; Mrs. Laura Grubb, Carroll ton Twp.; Mrs. James CasseU Flora; Mrs. Curtis George, Aim Hi Club; Mrs. Forrest Redding Jefferson; Mrs. Henry Schnieb Flora; Mrs. Robert Ward, Adams Mrs. Pearl Gilbert, Flora; Mrs Mrs. Roscoe Hoffman, Mrs. John MaMamis, Mrs. Raymond Nicoll,; Mrs. Ben 1 Regal, Mrs. Howard 1 Smith: ' Aim-Hi Mrs. Devoe Sheets; Burlington—Mrs. Jake Buffer, Mrs. Charles Robertson, Mrs. Robert Ross Garrison; Burrows—Mrs. Ethel Showalter; Carrollton—-none; Carroltonettes—(Mrs. 2arl Landis. Clay—Mrs. Maxihe Ward; Clay Harmony—iMona Myers, Mrs. Lucille Neunsohwander, Mrs. Verna Spidel, Mrs Olive Yuill; Cutler— Mrs. Una 'Whetzel, Mrs. Uoyd Mocherman; Deer Creek— Mrs. Helen Anderson, Mrs. Naomi Martin, Mrs. Doris Peterson, Mrs. Amelia Rowe, Mrs. Ruth Schrader, Mrs. Jessie Todd, Mrs. Opal Wise; Flora— none; Friendly Circle — one. • Forty Niners —Mrs. Anna Louise Kelley, Mrs. Mona Porter; Happy Homebuilders—Mrs. Annabel Hanna, Mrs. Mary Louthain, Mrs. Magdalene Mears, Mrs.'Dorothy Mills, Mrs. Betty Ward; Homo Endeavor— Mrs. Norma Perigo, Mrs Betty Pritts, Mrs. Lorettii Sibr'ay, Mrs. Rebecca Trent; Jackson—Mrs. Fred Case, Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Mrs. Robert Hedde Sr., Mrs. Charles Jones, Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mrs. Ina Caldwell. Bryant, to and Sidney Kilscheimer; fourth, Don Hockman and Wendell Macy; fifth, E.' G. and Glen Fry. Between sessions, the following officers were re-elected: Edwin Busjahn, president; Sam .Helvie, vice-president; Dr. Paul Shideler, secretary-treasurer. The next meeting will be the monthly masterpoint event Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the YWCA. lion, Mrs. Nellie Mullendore, Mrs. Florence Redding; Madison—Mrs. Ira Fisher,-.Mrs. Kenneth Mears; Modern Homemakers—Mrs. Kert neth Newell, Mrs. Joseph Ward; Modern Mrs.—Mrs. Wilma Maxwell, Mrs. Martha Popejoy, Mrs. Marthabelle Temple. Monroe—<Mrs. Ada Booth, Mrs. Hazel Beokner, Mrs. Gladys Castaway; Rock Creek—Mrs. John Shoeberger; Tippecanoe—Mrs. Edgar Fountain Sr., Mrs. Belva Vaughan; Washington—Mrs. Fri.3- da Mylet, Miss Pauline Robeson, 'Mrs. Eva Sinenbender. Special Education Group Sees Slides Slides of class activities were shown at the Monday evening meeting of the Special Education Study group at the home of Mrs. Ruby . Berndt, 831 Twenty-first street. Mrs. Berndt opened the busi ness meeting; Mrs. Emma Wisong read the secretary's report; Mrs. John' Lombard!, the treasurer's account; and Mrs. Emma Appleton offered devotions. Class activities for the Crippled Children and Physically Handicapped at school were shown through slides. A social hour was enjoyed and Mrs. Gertrude Morris won the game prize. Refreshments erved by the hostess rfrs. Dorothy Levy and Mrs. Dorthy Taylor. SOCIETY Deer Creek township HD club No. 1 will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Young America school. The lesson will be given on the "Development of Grounds and Dwelling." Roll call will be answered with a Bible quotation containing the word, "thanks." — -fr— The Women's circle of the Union Presbyterian church will meet at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, instead o£ Thursday as previously planned. The meeting will be at the church. • . —ft— • • The Wesley an Fellowship class of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will hold its monthly business'meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at .the home of RoseMary and : Don Clarke, 1524 Spear street. —•&— . '' Naomi circle of the Wheatland ivenue Methodist church, will be entertained at the home of Mrs Harry Stewart Thursday, noon Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Meat, rolls and coffee will be furnished. For transportation members should meet at the church «t 11:30 a.m. —ft— Division 1, CWF, Ninth street Christian church, will meet with Mrs. Marie Bnoades, 1030 Twen tieth street, Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. —ft— The Morning Forum of the Cal vary Presbyterian church wil meet Thursday at 9 a.m. at the church. The 4L class of the Baptist Tern pie will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers —ft— The Women's Service Guild o the West Broadway Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday eve ning at 8 o'clock at the home o Mary Carson, 114 Sixteen street Roll call will be answered with a Bible verse containing the word "praise." Mite boxes are to be turned in at this time. Book Reviewed At :SO Sorority Meet "My Lord, What a Morning," e autobiography of Marion Anerson, was reviewed by Mis. lara Kirkpatrick at the Saturday meeting of the Epsilon Sigma Om- cron sorority at the country home f Mrs. Charles Raber. Following the review, a discus ion on integration was conducted y the group. Following the short usir.,ess meeting, refreshments ivere served by the hostess. Art Board Plans Musical. Program • The Aboard of directors of the jogansppit Art' Association me! Monday' morning, at the public library to TJlap a program of Baro- ?ue jriusie "'by ^ Miss Mildred Weyner and James Men tzer Thursday Jeca-mber 5, at the Broadway Methodist church parlors. Mrs.. Henry Shpop will be pro<ram chairman for the event, am he invitation committee includes Mrs; I. C. Watts, Mrs. Sewell Mnr dock, Mrs. Clyde Crisman and tfrsl J. A. Heridrdcks. Plans were also made for future programs. WHEATLAND MYF The Wheatland avenue MYF hel a meeting in the church basemen Sunday. The lesson was given by Barbar Moore and Jim Carey and media tion was given by Beth Height. The group sang "Lord Speak t Me" and "I Need Thee Every Hour" led by Beth Hight with Gorden Wolf at the piano. Recreation was led by Jane Lin•Jey, with refreshments being served by Gordon Wolf. Hairdressers Hold Officer Election Officers were elected at the Mon- iay evening meeting of the Logansport Hairdressers and'. Cosmetologists 'Association at the home of Mrs. Lucy Powlen, route Bill Wright, president, conducted he business meeting during which ime a report of the state coiwen- ion was given by Jean Stratton. The following officers, were elected: Mrs. Powlen, president; Lillian linMe, vice-president; Madeline iurke, secretary; Annabelle Rodkey, treasurer; and Betty Grace, •eporter. Plans were made for a guest night supper at the American Legion December 3 with Madeline Jurke and Mrs. Grace in charge of the decorations and program. Refreshments were served by the lostess. Tuesday Evening, November 5, 1991 Paul Clawson Weds In Missouri Church Ceremony Saturday Miss Margaret Ann Dougherty and Paul Clawson were united in marriage during a double ring j ceremony Saturday at the Guar- jdian Angels church in Kansas ity, Missouri, with Reverend Faler H. J. Hart officiating. The bride is the daughter of J. Dougherty, of Wright Kanas, and the bridegroom is the on of Mrs. Mary M. Clawson, of 57 Sherman street, city. Miss Mary Winkler, of Dodge Lewis, Wife Sign Separation Papers CHICAGO (UP)—Former heavyweight champion Joe Louis and Ms wife, the former Rose Morgan of New York city, have signed separation papers. Both Louis and his wife said they agreed to a trial separation Monday because their separate business interests made a life together "just too difficult." to a class of 100 in Kokomo on Sunday, Nov. 24, at the opening of th* new club building there. MR. AND MRS. IRA NELSON, of route 2, Galveston, who were united in marriage 50 years ago November 6, will celebrate the even with open house from 2 to 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, November 10 at their new home. They have four children, William, of Edwardsport, Ind.; Mrs Arthur Kitchel, of 101 East Clay street, city; Franklin, of route 2 Galveston; and Mrs. Robert Ross, of 100 Lux street, city. There are nine grandchildren. The couple would enjoy visiting with friends and relatives. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Couple Honored On 34th Anniversary The Baptist Youth Fellowship group of the Burnettsville church honored Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lindzy at a surprise party Sunday evening at their home, 848 Garfieid avenue. The occasion was their 34th wed- .ing anniversary. The group pre- ented the couple with an early imerican maple table lamp. A twin heart cake, baked by t/hs. James Nelson, centered the erving table. Guests were Sharon Holcoirib, Eva Holcomb, Mary Felker, Joyce Guy, Beverly Sparks, Dorothy Spsirfcs, Bob Clark, Johnnie Critch- ield, Garry Wood, Don Strasser, nd Kerby Broughton. Also attending were Rev. and Mrs. Clarke and Mr. and Mrs. ralen Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Lindzy are class sponsors, Delta Theta Chi "Pins" New Girls Delta Theta Chi sorority stage a "pinning" party and dinner Sun Girl Scout Neivs The ' movie for-;: Intermediate Scouts wiH be shown in the Gir Scout headquarters Wednesday eVe ning. at 7,.'o'clock'. .This..is.. to.;cor reel: the date that had been pre viously issued to the troops. Th Scouts are to have their parents pick them up at the City Building not later than 8:15 o'clock Wednesday evening. The film, "The'Story of a Girl Scout Troop," will prove very-, interesting to Scouts of the Intermediate age. * # * The group leadership session this week will be on Thursday evening instead of in the afternoon. It begins at 7 o'clock in the Girl Scout Mice. Two films will be. shown, "The Story of a Brownia Scout Troop," and "The Story of a Girl Scout Troop." This will be for adults only since the Intermediate Scouts are to have their movie on Wednesday evening. SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY 6:30 p.m.—Columbia PTA, school. 7 p.m'.—Logansport Division, Licensed Practical Nurses, Ben .Hur. . . . 7:30 p.m.—Loyalty class, Calvary Presbyterian . church,.. Miss Mary Sharp. ... 7:30 p.m. — Washington school PTA, at school. 8 p.m.—Fidelity .chapter No. 58, OES, Masonic Temple. -£' WEDNESDAY 1 p.m.—-General WSCS, Broadway •' Methodist '.church, at church 1:30 p.m.—WSCS, Zion Methodis church, Mrs: Louise- Clary: 1:30 p.m.-rWSCS, Fletchers Lato church, Nora Penny. 1:30 p.m.—Division 5, CWF,. Mrs Rose Unkefer, ItSO p.m.—Deer Creek HD club ..' -2; Emma Amthauer. 1:90 p.m.—Division 4, CWF, Mrs" : ' Izetta Thomas. day afternoon at the Ben Hur. New girls, are Dorothy Thomas Pat Daugherty and Sally Rader Jean Hile conducted the service. The next meeting is November 11 at bhe home, of Aldena Rayl. Broadway Wesleyan Meet Attracts 20 ' The Broadway Wesleyan Service Guild convened Monday evening _ ^____ ____ _ at the home of Pearl White, 811 Sullivan following a report- EEL HD NO. I Eel Township Home Demonstra tion club No. 1 meeting opene -with club prayer and pledge to th ilags when the group met at th home of Elizabeth Spencer. The lesson on "Developin grounds about the Dwelling" wa given by Mary Granger. Dav ticms were by Bettie King. The report was given by Vio Collins and officers were elected wSh Martha Williams, president; Pi;arl Tenrell, vice-president; Clara Conrad, treasurer; Letha Sulli- cj;n, secretary; Mae Porter, song loader and Mrs. Jessie Pantengale, reporter. A flower sale was had and the dix>r prize was won by Mae Porter. The contest prize went to Letha Memorial Sunday Set at K.C. Hall The Knights of Columbus council will hold its annual Memorial Communion Sunday at 8 a.m. in the St. Bridget church, according to William Perrons, council chairman. . He said fathers' and daughters communion would be held at the itv Kansas, attended the bride I same time, and will be followed by •*' . _ . . ... „ u» nn ur nn (. -i. *i.~ v f u_n s maid of honor, and best man cas William C. Gitautis, of Richrds-Gebaur .Air Force Base, [issouri. The bride wore a gray suit with matching accessories, pearl jew- Iry and a corsage of yellow tea oses. The attendant was attired n a blue suit with matching ac- essories. Following the ceremony, a re- eption was held for 100 guests t the Gitautis- home. Following trip to this city, the couple will stablish residence at 4800 Jefferson street, Kansas City, Missouri. The bride is employed as a dic- aphone operator by Inter-Collegiate Press, Kansas City. Her iusband is stationed with the US Air Force as a control tower operator at Richards-Gebaur AFB, Srandview, Missouri. Harrison PTA to Meet Wednesday The Harrison township PTA will make decisions on a Cub Scout pro. ;ram, swimming classes and tha March community supper at a meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Lucerne high school. Max Brandt, president, urged all parents to attend the meeting. He said a talk on "Education in Safely" will be given by Cass county sheriff 0. R. Carson. a breakfast at the K. C. hall. Principal speaker at the breakfast will be William E. Schaefer, chairman of the State Council ora- torial contest. Gerrald Shank, district deputy from Winamac, also will speak. Frances Perrone, state treasurer, will, be the toastmaster. The organization decided at a meeting Monday night to present first degrees to a class of ten on Nov. 18 at the K. C. hall. Three degrees will be presented Purse With $260 Reported Missing Mrs. Eva Barnes, 700 W. Mar. ket, told police Monday evening that her purse with $260 in it it missing. Mr*. Barnes explained (hat sli« forgot' and left it on lop oC a soft drink machine in- a gas station on North Third street, when she returned it was gone. Police are questioning two boys and looking for'a man who were in the station at that time or afterwards. Read the Classified Ads Bgh street, with 20 members and guests present. Mary Nola Roose was in charge of the program, "The Mind That Was in Christ Jesus," after which members talked on missionary col- .eges and schools. Refreshments were served by fas. White and Grace Patterson. Many Batch. The Noveirfoer meeting will be announced. ELECT OFFICERS The Junior Homemakers 4 club met Monday at the Kung residence for election of officers. Rosanna Kerns was named president; Karen Runs, vice-president Kathy Dunn, secretary-treasurer; Mary Brown .reporter; Recreation leader, Doris Penny; song leader, Janet Snyder and Health and safe. ty leader Shari Kuns.' Refreshments were serv«d.' The next meeting will be November 18. : •• FASHION BEAUTY SHOP Has Moved To New Location 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 ONLY PERMANENTS. with soft ring1*U ' ' INCLUDES SHAMPOO CUTTING STYLING • CREAM OTHMS TO$M No Appointment Necessary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ JHB TMINT THE ACCENT SHOP ? ? ? •MM These Hems On Sale Wednesday Morning Only WOMAN'S PROGRESSIVE Members of the Women's Progressive club met Monday after- loon at the home of Mrs. Dottic McCloskey. Salutes to the flag were led by Mrs. Anna Duckworth and Mrs. Stella Finney, preceding the collect by Mrs. Daisy Hinkle. ' Roll call was followed by the secretary's report- by Mrs. Mae Fixhertwok: A paper, "Religious Pictures" was read by Mrs. Blanch Stroup and slides were shown by Mrs. Francis Van Allen. The meeting closed with the mizpah. Refreshments were served to thirty members and two guests Mrs. Van Allen, and Mrs. Josephine Berry, of North Manchester, a former president of the club. Mrs. Lena Easterday assisted the hostess. The next meeting will be held November 25th at the home' of Mrs. Pearl Tifcfer. NEW ANNOUNCEMENT The Cass county Crippled Children's society wishes to correct a former announcement. Russell Green, of the Child Development Center at Lafayette, will speak in •this city November 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the court room of the city building. His subject will be, "The Exceptional Child Can Be Helped." POSTPONED The meeting of the Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed indefinitely. WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS 88* Novelties, Plaids Sizes 3-6 INFANTS CORD CRAWLERS 88* • Sanforized • Sz. S-M-t. • Gripper legs • Pastel* SILK HEADSQUARES 2 „ 1.00 Hand Rolled edges Asst. colors and prints LADIES' -COTTON BLOUSES. . 2forl.OO Reg. 94e Sices 34-38 WOMEN'S -REG. 1.95 VALUE RAYON ACETATE SKIRTS Broken Sizes. Slim Lino Asst. Colors. 99* Here's where you'll find us now... REG. $1 PRINTED COTTON Lunch Cloths A AC • Size 50x50 • Washable • Wed. Morning Only Attractive paH«rm and color combinations, A ipUndid volu* ot B8c WEDNESDAY MORNING ONtY | Our Regular $1 Super Smooth SILICON* TREATED IRONING BOARD COVER WITH VAPOR-FOAM POLYURETHANf IROWNG BOARD SET Foster, Better Ironing Because you and your neighbors have liked and appreciated our services, we outgrew our former office at 304 E. Broadway. Now we're in roomier, more modern quarters at 424 High Street Under the management of Normann' J. Hartmann, our staff of specialists in life insurance and sickness & accident protection will continue to help you provide for your family a safer, more secure future. Our surroundings have changed, but you'll find Prudential service just as dependable, just as friendly as ever. The Prudential INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA MID-AMERICA HOME OTOC* PiudMlial Plan • Chicago, I Hi now For ^ t>etter y totiM* lot your family, ace y«we Prudential Agents Logansport Office 424 High Street Phone 4171 Manager Norman J. TTartmaiHl Staff Manager* I^ce O. Kantzor D. Guy Woolpcrt Agents LeKtcr P. CrabbB J3ruce T. Harris Jjconard G. Harrison Oeorpre D. HaUoway Richard D. Ingram Harry D. Jones William L. Kuri John D. Schmidt Sharrot SimpHon Arthur L. Smith Victor V. Smith Clerical Staff Annette ElpcrH, Offlne Sui)orv!eo» Mary Tjevan Jane Price Mildred Sherman Mom-lie Walte Carol Wilson Patsy BrookB Mary PasQualft Beverly YnunK Ruth Colvin Kokomo Branch Staff Manager* Allen B. Collins Howard O. Watklna .Agents Paul W. Beaman John E. Brown S. Hay Harrison Harry B. Manshlp. Jr. John TV. McGlnnU Roy T. Savage Francis C. Sears Conrad E. Shlrar Glen H. Shrock Louis J. Wapner Clerical Staff Alice McCoy Martha Whltezol Peru Branch Staff Manager Paul B. Moptgom«rr Agent* Joseph L,. Atkinson Marvin F. Erh Russet Gasaway Richard N. Hartlero&S John R. Ward Francis G. Wilson Wabash Staff Manager Edwin B. Benjamin Agent* Sebastian Anderson, ft, Maxwell H. Gray. Robert Hunt John W. Krlen Kenneth E.. Mart Lucille Eubanlc, Clerk ' ,

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,400+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free