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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Reunion Calendar DYKEMAN PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Shields reunion, east pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Hershtierger-Hoover reunion west pavilion and 2 south tables in breezeway, noon (annual); McFadden reunion, table 2 (by swings), noon (annual); Kelly reunion, front row in lower pavilion, noon (annual). SPENCER PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Corbin-Adams reunion, shelter 5, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Raikes 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-Kepp 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 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). MOTHERS OF WAR 2 HONOR STATE PRESIDENT, MRS. GLADYS BOWYER Mrs. Gladys Bowyer, Indiana State president of the Mothers of World War 2, was honored at a reception given by the Onward unit 131 recently at Memorial home with 135 members of District 2 units attending. Mrs. Adaline Price, president of the Onward unit, extended the welcome. A piano solo was presented by Arleen Price followed by a flute and piano number by Bonnie and Carol Wilson. Piano selections were also played by Mrs. Kaiser of Walton and Cynthia Gangloff, of this city. Mrs. Stella Fouts accompanied by Mrs. Emma Amthauer sang two numbers. Rev. Robert Kellems, of Onward, gave a short talk. A pink and white motif prevailed in the refreshment and gift table decorations. Mrs. Rose WiL son registered guests, Mrs. Sarah Doran presided at the punch table and Mrs. Opal Baker, Gloria Doran and Arleen Price were in charge of the gift table. State officers attending were: Marie Miller, first vice-president, Goshen; Ruth Clark, second vice' president, Terra Haute; Laura \Vohole, secretary, Whiting; Geneva Beaman, financial secretary, Bloomington; Kathryn Landess, treasurer, Winchester; Lucinda Julian, chaplain, Onward. - Also attending were past na tional presidents, Rachel Hawk, Frankfort; Esther Bell, South Bend; and Frances Ehrke, South Bend; and past state presidents, Myrtle DeBaun, Terre Haute; Ruby Price, Frankfort; Mary Gad- Circle 5 Closes Season At Dinner Circle 5 of the Calvary Preseby- terian church featured a carry-in dinner at the final meeting of the season Thursday evening in the church dining room with 23 members and two guests attending. - Hostesses were Edith Schwalm, Inez Brunegraff and Faith Stevens. Tables were decorated with '. bouquets of flowers. - Grace prior to the dinner was • offered by Mrs. Mildred Kitchell, . who also presided at the business ' meeting during which time re• ports were read and workers as. signed for various duties. ;' The Bible study was given by • Grace Keriney,. followed with the .' program given by Miss Janice ;Klumpp. She told of her experi- fences while attending a Negro Presebyterian conference in Charlotte, N. C., where she was sent as a representative from the Young Peoples department of the church. The next meeting is Sept. 13. dis, Portage; Lorine Hays, Bloom- ngton; and Irene Rice, Kokomo. State chairmen in attendance included: Lula Huffman, Brazil; )pal Chambers, Fail-banks; Ma>le Coins, Muncie; Louise Hardin, :ity; Aval Quakenbush, Frank- 'ort; Margaret Findell, Blooming- Wheat-land Church Honors Returning Minister, Family Members of the Wheatland ave. nue Methodist church honored their minister, Rev. Char,les E. Elam, and his family, who are returning to the church for an- other'year, at a supper recently at the church. Following the supper, those who have become members of the church during the past year, were honored. They were: Mr. and ^ Mrs. Harvey White and daughter, Mrs. Leila Hanger, Richard W. Farris, .Shelley Dawn Fickle, Sharon Lee Collins, Mrs. Mildred j Elam and Charlotte Elam. Dr. I. C. Watts, chairman of the official board, welcomed the minister and his family and " Rev. Elam responded. Enrique Quintana, a Cuban teacher sponsored by the Calvary Presbyterian church, was introduced by Don Shelhart, chairman of the program committee. Quintana told of his life in Cuba and .on; Mary Gaddis, Portage; Ada rViley, Warren; Faye Elliott, Elk- lart; Lucille Koontz, Sidney; Fern idine, Monon; Hazel Hall, Knox; Ruth Carney and Adaline Price, of Onward; and Louise Hardin, city, who is national song leader. Mrs. Bowyer's family was in- Iroduced and included her husband, Gerald, her son, Keith, his wife and'family of New Waverly, and her son, .Robert, and wife of Bunker Hill. Other relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doran and daughters, of New Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Layman and Mrs. Kathryn Bowyer, Walton rural route, and Pam Wisler, of Carmel. ^'S everal Activities Planned By Walton Rainbow Assembly The Waljon assembly No. of, his flight to this country. He was brought to the United States by the Church World, Service. There were 75 persons in attendance. Mrs. Mable Butt was in charge of the dinner arrangements. S.OC I ET Y The L. S. to B. of L. F. and E. No. 81 will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Memorial home. Miami township HD club will leet Thursday evening at .7:30 'clock at the New Waverly EUB lurch basement. Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of ie White Shrine of Jerusalem, ill hold a stated meeting and onor fathers Thursday evening t 8 o'clock at the IOOF hall. Of- cers are to wear formals. St. Joseph hospital Auxiliary 'ill hold a regular meeting Thursay evening at 7:45 o'clock at the ospital. Members are to bring arcel post packages and report n ticket sales. EUB LADIES AID Ten members and one guests Mrs. Harold Clevenger, of Crown Point, attended the monthly meet ing of the Fulton EUB. Ladie's ; -Aid held at the church basemen "with Mrs. Blanche Fred, presi '. dent, in charge. ;•'-. "The Legend of the Dogwood xTree" was the topic of devotion ';-als offered by Mrs. Fred, whi also led in prayer. Nellie Riemenschneider gav •the treasurer's account and Ann -Clabaugh the secretary's report Contests were conducted by Creti •Emery with Dessie Rentschle and Marjorie Bish receiving priz es. Mrs. Fred read a poem an refreshments were vrved. Additional Society On Page 12 SENIOR TROOP 133 The Girl Scouts of Senior Troop 33 convened at Camp Wildwood with their leader, Mrs. Joy Apple*ate, and assistant, Mrs. Marge Icllwain. A former member, Mary Ellen Mcllwain, was a spe- •ial guest. The group discussed program aid which will be held at a camp ession from June 18-22 at Camp •Cokiwariee; a trip to Washington, D.C. planned for the summer of 964; money-making projects such as bake sales, car washes, spag- ictti suppers, and a popcorn jooth during Logansport Days; and a senior unit at Camp Wildwood. Refreshments were served at ;he close of the meeting, after which members hiked around the camp. The next meeting will be a work day at the camp when paths will be cleared and the outside of the Cookie Hut painted. Members/are ;o bring food for the cookout on July 19 at 9 a.m. Membership in :he troop is extended to all girls between the ages of 1 and 17. Amaranth Court 4 Gives Grand Honors The Logansport Court No. 4, Order of the Amaranth, convened Thursday evening at the IOOF hall for the regular staled meeting. Gretchen Smith, royal matron, and Charles Hume, royal patroir presided on the throne. The meet ing opened in regular form . Grand royal patron of Illinois, James Williams, was escorted and given grand honors and seated on Ihe throne. E. H. York, of Peru, past grand patron, was escorted and given grand honors as also were Clara Conrad, granc assistant lecturer of Court 4, anc past royal matrons and patrons Elizabeth Spencer, Grace Kitten- house, Arleene Johnston, Mildrec Fair and Sebar Ward, Wilbur Zieg. They were given hearty welcomes. The secretary's report was read by Elizabeth Ireland; the treas urer's account by Elizabeth Spen ccr; sickness report by Opa Hume. Royal matron and severa other members reported on thi 19th Faith session of the Granc Court held recently at Tern Haute. The grand patron, James Wil Hams, asked Tom York In be grand prelate; Clara Conrad grand marshal!; Elliott Ireland aide; and Elizabeth Ireland a: organist to assist him with thi installation of Sebar Ward a, grand representative to the stati of Pennsylvania and Mildred Fai as deputy grand matron of Cour 4. Happy Birthday was sung t Mary Weaver and Happy Anniver sary to Fern and Sebar War who are celebrating their 43r wedding anniversary. The refreshment committee. in eluded Mildred Fair, Fern War and Edith Zieg. Wilbur Zieg an Sebar Ward poured at the serv ing table. The next meeting is July 12, D. of I's To Fete Graduates Tuesday The Daughters of Isabella will sponsor a party for eighth grade graduates Tuesday evening at the K. ol C. hall. Graduates of all three local parishes are cordially invited to attend the event, scheduled from 7 to 10 o'clock. Alpha Phi Hears State Day Report A report on Slate Day wa given at the recent meeting Alpha Phi chapter of Beta Sigrn Phi sorority at the home of Fall Montgomery, president. Mrs. Montgomery reported o the recent State Day conducted a Crawfordsville which she attenc ed along with the following loc members: Jenny Dawson, Emi Hodus, Loretta Keplar and Joa Bear. Carmin Noel, chairman of 11 ways and means committees pr sented the summer project f vote. The group voted to sponsi a booth at the July 4th celebr lion. Refreshments .were, served the close of the meeting. Monday Evening, June 18, 19(i2. ^ NEWS for serious weight-watchers Is this hearty fresh, vegetable salad containing crisp, low-calorie celery. 54 teaspoon rum extract 1 lime, thinly sliced for garnish (optional) Prepare and bake cake according to directions for two 8-inch layers. Cool in pans 10 to 15 minutes. Turn out on rack for thorough cooling. Drain syrup from GAYNOR MADDOX Newspaper Enterprise Assn. We have just returned from awaii—islands of orchids, sugar, neapple and pleasant people, ley like to give parties which ey call luaus. Here's a more or less restrain- I version of one we were invited on the beautiful island of auai. LUAU MENU Batter Fried Shrimp Barbecued Spareribs *' * * Roast Fresh Loin of Pork oast or Candied Sweet Potatoes Lemon Flavored Spinach Gingered Applesauce 4 4 * Luau Cake Tea or Coffee LUAU CAKE package de luxe yellow preme cake mix can (1 pound 4 ounces) pineapple slices cup sugar tablespoons cornstarch teaspoon lemon juice pineapple pineapple into a saucepan. slices into thirds Cut and set aside. Stir sugar and corn starch into syrup in sauce pan and cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until filling is thicken. ed and clear. Remove from heat and stir in lemon juice and rum extract. Cool. Arrange one cake layer on serving dish and spread with three-quarters of the filling. Cover with half the pineapple. Top with other cake layer. Spread lightly with remaining filling and decorate with remaining pineapple. Refrigerate cake to firm fiUng if necessary. Top pineapple slices with lime sections and garnish with the fronds of a fresh pineapple. 48, Order of Rainbow for Girls, held its regular business meeting recently with Peggy Barker, worthy^ advisor, presiding. The meeting opened in regular form and the minutes were read by Sharon Schwalm, recorder and Junior past worthy advisor, who installed the following girls who were unable to attend installation: Anita Rush, Faith; Phyllis Ford, treasurer; Carol Chumney, chap- Iain; Rita Graham', patriotism; Carol Schwalm, rose lecturer; Peona Eaglin, birthday mistress; and Tana Butts, Tonie Logan, Linda Lytle and Mary Vickars, choir. The remainder of the merit bars were also presented. The petition of Elizabeth Ratcliff was read and the following were elected to receive the degrees: Bobbi Baker, Julia Sailors and Carla Peters. The flag tribute was given by Sandra Thompson. The drill leader, Pat Frushour, escorted Jane Hensley grand ambassador of Good Will, and Sharon O'Donnell, district 5 choir director, to the East for recognition. The .girls who attended Grand Assembly gave reports and it was announced that the market will be on Saturday, June 23. The refreshment committee for the next meeting includes: Ruth Ann Morgan, chairman, Connie Neff, Carol Chumney and Janet Stewart. Following apron inspection, the mother advisor, Beulah Hall, announced the Supreme Assembly at Chicago on July 4; a trip to Shaffer lake, August 15; practice for initiation, June 21, at 7:30 p.m.; and assisting at the fire station, Masonic family night, June 30, Social Calendar MONDAY 6:30 p.m.—Purity Rebekah lodge 127, IOOF hall. 6:30 p.m.—Jewel Rebekah lodge 541,17th street hall. 7 p.m.—Best Ever class, Broadway Methodist church, Ella Fahneslock,, 1418 East Market street. 7:30 p.m.—Home and Hobby HD, Mrs. Eugene Isaacs, 1318 Clifton. 8 p.m.—World War I Auxiliary, Memorial home. TUESDAY Noon—Lincoln Circle 1, Ladies of GAR, Mable Jackson. 1:30 p.m.—Onward Unit 131, Mothers of War II, Grange hall. 1:45 p.m.—Eel township HD 2, Mrs. Charles Weser, 317 Eighth. ART ASSOCIATION BOARD MEETS TO ELECT OFFICERS, DIRECTORS New officers and board members were elected when the Logansport Art Association held a board meeting Friday afternoon in tlie music room of the public library. Mrs. Earl Moss, treasurer, and Mrs. H. L. Wolter, secretary,.gave their reports after which correspondence was read and discussed^ The nominating committee, composed of Mrs. Wolter, chairman, Miss Helen Brandt and Mrs. Forrest Rued, presenled the slate of officers and board members for the coining year, which was accepted. Mrs. Moss gave a vole of thanks to Mrs. Everett Koont?:, retiring president, who in turn thanked 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 If'pictui-es arc 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 to Hie wedding. A weekend wedding that is not reported until after the ceremony will be published at the discretion of the society editors. PARLEYS HONORED A family get together and cook out were held at Dykeman Park Tuesday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Farley and Jam Jr., of Wilmington, Delaware. Mrs. Farley is the former Janey Foster, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foster, of 112 Beal street, city. Games were played wilh prizes going lo Mrs. Earl Watson and Mrs. James Farley. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs Walter Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson and granddaughter, Nancy Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmei Foster and sons, Junior anc Frankie, Mr. and Mrs. George Foster, Larry Foster, Mr. am Mrs. Paul West, James Foster and Jean Spencer, Mrs. Waller Gaby Harriet Murdock, Mr. and Mrs and Mrs daughters 3PW Hears Civil Defense Director Director of the Civil Defense >olice, Gilbert Brown, was the uest speaker at the recent meet- ng of the Business and Profes- ional Women's club at the city Mjilcling. Brown told of the survey being made by the Army Corps of En- ineers to designate fallout shel- ers in Cass county and of future )lans for civil defense in the community, stressing the need for many volunteers. Mrs. Kathleen Dunkin, president, conducted the business meet- ng and reported that 15 members and guests had attended the Hose breakfast at Lafayette on June 3. The group voted to again sponsor a booth at the Jaycee Fourth of July celebration. In charge of the booth will be Mrs. Shirley Shoup, chairman, Miss Pauline Bookwalter, Mrs. Helen Soncarty, Mrs. Fern Brown and Mrs. Mary Weaver. The National Security committee was in charge of the evening's Maternity Tea To Be Held Tuesday The monthly maternity lea at Memorial hospital will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All expectant mothers of the area are invited to attend the hospital tour and tea, sponsored by the Mary Dykeman Guild of the hospital. Miss Karen Wagner Honored At Shower Miss Karen Wagner, bride-elect of Ronnie Guckien, was the guest of honor at a pre-nuptial shower Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Edgard Hauk, city. The fifty-six invited guests played contests with prizes going to Mrs. Alec Haa-dy and Mrs. Froa Fry. The bride-elect opened her gifts from a table decorated in her chosen colors of lavender and white. Refreshments were served by the hostesses: Mrs. Josie Hornback, Mrs. Josephine Guckien, Mrs. Virginia Guckien and Mrs. Agnes Hauk, all of this city; and Mrs. Eleanor Flora and Mrs. Hayes Guckien, of Flora. Leonard Foster, Mr. Richard Palman, and Pamela and Laurie. REUNIONSTONE 24 The 41st annual Enyeart reun ion will be held Sunday, June 24 at Nyona Lake. Those allendin are asked to bring a basket din- er officers and committee mem- ers for their cooperation. The new officers and directors re as follows: Mrs. Russell Eckert, president; Irs. Everett Koonlz, first vice- resident; Miss Sue Blasingham, econd vice-president; Mrs. Forest Reed, third vice-president; Irs. Roy K. Severns, fourth vice- resident; Miss Mildred Weymer, flh vice-president; Mrs. H. L. Volter, recording secretary; Mrs. van Watts, assistant; Miss Helen Jrandt, corresponding secretary; rtrs. Earl Moss, treasurer; Mrs. bhn Kirlz, assistant. Board of Directors: Ihree year members, Miss Helen Beally, Irs. Inez Brunegraff, Miss Agda Raflcr and Mrs. Henry Snoop; wo year members, Mrs. Wesley Mien, Mrs. John Hildebrandt, Mrs. Forrest Kniesly and Mrs. "Yank Wilkinson; one year mem- )ers, Mrs. Earl Appleton, Mrs. E. H. Becker, Mrs. Charles Barnes and Mrs. Herbert Greensfielder. Advisory board: co-chairmen, Mrs. Thomas Maiben and Mrs. ,ucius Wheeler; four year mem- ers, Mrs. Clyde Crisman, Mrs. larry Newby and Mrs. Arthur Woods; three year members, Mrs. Clarence Cobb, Mrs. Hubert Lcs- ie and Mrs. R. S. McCord; two year members, Mrs. Richard 3ailey, Mrs. George Lovell and Mrs. Sewell Murdock; one year members, Mrs. J, T. Elliott, Mrs. Wilson Voorhees and Mrs. Newton While. Provisional board: Mrs. Edith Bailey, Mrs. F. 0. Barker, Mrs. Clyde Black,-Jr., Mrs. John Bradfield, Mrs. C. W. Edson, Mrs. Dale Goris, Mrs. George Muehlhausen, Mrs. Joseph Bean and Mrs. Ray Taggarl. 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