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Six Logansport. fodiana, Pharos-Tribune NEWEST SILHOUETTE—Buyers look over a "Rajah" silhouette coat in gray wool that designer Frank Gallant has accented with black natural beaver fur at the neck and wrists.. The slightly fitted front is closed with three buttons and lias slash pockets at each side.. This newest silhouette is the result of the First Lady's tour of India.. Similar to the "Jackie look," the "Rajah" features simple lines and loose fit favored in Mrs. Kennedy's pace-setting wardrobe designs. (UPI Unifax.) \ Social Calendar TUESDAY 6:30 p.m.—Cass county Women's Republican club, .Memorial home. 7 to 10 p.m.—D. of I. party for graduates of all three Catholic schools, K. of C. hall. 8 p.m.—Fidelity chapter 58, OES, Masonic Temple. • WEDNESDAY 12:30-p.m.—Washington township and Double Dozen HD clubs, Carroll county, entertain 4-H girls and mothers Deer Creek Conservation club. 1:30 p.m.—Friendship class, at Market street Methodist church. 1:30 p.m.—Bethel WSCS,.Ursula Johnson. Reunion Calendar DYKEMAN PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Shields reunion, east pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Hershbcrger-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. FAffiVIEWPARK - 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). given. Esther SOCIETY The CWF of the Ninth street Christian church will feature a tea and installation of officers Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the church. Memorial services for CWF members who have passed away during the past year will also be held. A book will be presented to the CWF library in their memory. Division I is in charge of the "tea. The DeMolay Mothers circle will hold an important called meeting Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. Charity Division 4, GIA social club, will meet at the home of Nettie Boatman, 1911 East Market street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Women's Association of the Bethlehem Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs, Pauline Fields Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Margaret Horn will assist. Roll call will be a verse on grace. • The social meeting of the La- Idies Eagle Booster club will be held one week earlier, June 21, at 8 p.m. at the club. Cheerful Helpers class of the •Broadway EUB church will hold a '.6 o'clock birthday supper Wednesday evening at the church with i.Mrs. Elizabeth Rupe and Mrs. ;Maudie Priesthoff .as hostesses. Members are to bring a covered .dish, table service and a gift '.for the auction. : Shiloh CWF will, hold an all;day meeting Thursday at the -home of Mrs.. Florense Myers. IDe'votions will be given and mem- ;bers are to be equipped for sewing and embroidery work. • Adams township HD club will 'convene at 1:30 o'clock Thursday ^afternoon in the community build. •_ing. '_ Harrison township HD club will -entertain the Boone township club ^Thursday afternoon at the Lucerne ^school. Roll call will;be answered •by "where my wedding dress is." 'Hostesses are Betty Christian"son, Mae Swank, Blanche Bruce land Magenta Maroney. A good attendance is desired. ! The Friendship class of the Church of the Brethren will hold a "backwards" party Thursday • evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kreider. Members are to wear clothes backwards. Local Rose Society Features Display The second annual rose display was featured by • the Logansport Rose Society Sunday afternoon at the YWCA annex with the show including the exhibit of floribun- das, hybrid teas, grandifloras, climbers, ramblers, single roses and mixed arrangements. Two potted roses, donated by Earl May, were awarded, as door prizes to Mrs. Adah Hedrick and C. 0, Overmyer. The committee in charge in- eluded Jim Smith, chairman, Robert and Marjorie Schwartz, Mary Withrow and Earl May. A rose garden tour will highlight the next meeting, the date and time to be announced later. Unit 96 to Host District in August The Deer Creek War Mothers unit 96 convened with.Mrs. Mary Hines recently for the regular session which was opened in ritualistic form. Mrs. Ella Crockett gave a re- X)rt of the District meeting at Akron attended by six members of the unit. It was stated that the Deer Creek unit received the prize 'or traveling the greatest distance. Committees were named for the August District meeting to be held at the Deacon Grange with units (G as host. A request was read for carpet •ags for two hospitals and volun- eers for parties at the Bunker Hill AFB. ' . ' • Refreshments were served by he hostess to 12 . members and one guest, Mrs. John Morgan. The next meeting will be with iaura Martin. Bowling Precedes Pottawattomie Meet Bowling, at Myers' Lanes preceded the recent meeting of the Pottawattomie HD club at the home of Juli Olson. Pat Grant, vice-president, con ; ducted the short business session during which roll call, secretary and treasurer reports and history of the song of the mofitti were Cummings gave the health and safety report after which discussion was conducted on the Red Cross classes, the National HD conference, new lesson topics and the Mental Health clinic. Prizes for bowling scores went to Phyllis Chell and Loda Finks. Sandwiches and beverage were, served at the close of the meeting. Auxiliary Hears District Report The American Legion auxiliary unit 60 convened recently at Memorial home with Mrs. Charles Miller, president, in charge. Following the secretary-treasurer reports, Mrs. Miller reported on attending the district meeting held at Camden. Announcement was made of the State convention set for Aug. 17-19 at South Bend. Bess Hickman reported on the clothing room at the Stale Hospital and Eva Kasch reported on cards and flowers. Mrs. Miller stated that the auxiliary gave a flag to the Cass county Children's Home on Monday prior to Flag Day. The next meeting is June 28. Read the Want Ads! Circle 3 Plans 4-H Fair Booth Various plans for the HD booth at the 4-H" fair were discussed during the recent meeting of the Washington township Circle 3 HD club held at the home of Barbara Hooten. Mary Margaret Muehlhausen, president, presided at the session. The members filled out blanks for the Mental Health survey. Marie Minnick read the minutes and the treasurer's account was given by Everle O'Donnell. . Norm'a Beougher repo'rted on the flower fund and reports were presented on the families the circle had helped in the past. Plans were discussed for a club picnic in July and a judge and exhibits for achievement day. Judy Arnold, Trudjf Guy, Marjorie Spall, Wilma Fiedler, Frances Hamilton and Jerry Byers volunteered to work at the HD booth during the 4-H fair on Aug. 0 from 6:30 p.m. to midnight. Members wiU also donate chickens and pies for the booth. Devotions were given by June Billard and Marjorie Spall gave the history of the song of the month. Members gave tips on how they used spices in' keeping with the lesson on herbs and spices presented by Sally Short. Evelyn Benoit gave a talk on a hat making class she is attending at the YWCA.. She also displayed several hats. "What. I admire in my husband" was given in response to roll call and refreshments, were served after the close of the meeting by the hostess, assisted by Evelyn Benoit. Attention Brides: New Deadline! 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 paper. If pictures are not available at this time, the story will be used without the picture. (Pictures will be used when they arc 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. OPEN All Day Wed. -EXTRA SPECIAL FIBERGLAS DRAPES PINCH PLEATS 50x36 Regular $2.98 Pair S/1.99 Six LHS Graduates Of Class of 1922 . Honored at Dinner Mrs. Harry Grisley and Mrs. Ernest Johnson entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening at the Grisley home, honoring six of the 1922 LHS graduates here 'or their class' 40th reunion. When the six graduated, 31anche McCarnes Grisley and Fay Kilborn Johnson were still in ligh school so a round robin let- :er was started to keep the ones at home informed about what the Dthers were doing in their differ- rent colleges. This letter is still making the rounds and keeping he eight in touch, but it was the irst time they had all been together at one time ''since their graduation. The letters have been sent from many states and Hawaii, Those present were Mary Aman •rrant, Phoenix, Arizona; Marjorie Seal Mart, Margaret Klein, Neva {ruck Steinberger, Avis Moss Hatchet, Chevy Chase, Maryland; and Lucille Snow, Fort Dodds, 'owa. 2 DR.O.L.BRAUN:, R«g. Porftatrltf , Foot Specialist [ FOOTAH.MBNTS | \ ' ' Office 314 North St. } i,' s , IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 - ' ,' W.dn.idayi— trirfayi »-4:30 V Annual Appleton Reunion Held at Deer Creek Club The sixth annual reunion of the family of the late Dallas Appleton was held 'Sunday at the Deer Creek Conservation club, Hostesses were Mrs. Chloe Porter, president, and Mrs. Joyce Willy, secretary-treasurer. Dinner was served at noon to 53 family members and one guest, Miss Carol Kunz. Zeba Lesh was the oldest person present, Caron Appleton, the youngest, and Mr. and Mrs. William Slagle and family traveled the greatest distance. During the short business meeting Mrs. Meuy Willy was named president ind Charles Appleton, secretary -treasurer. One wedding was reported during the past year, that of Carolyn Massey and Charles Appleton, and three births, Caron Appleton, Rex Slusser and Sandra Appleton. Attending from Logansport were: Zeba Lesh, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Appleton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Appleton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Slusser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud h^iiiiiiiiiEJ Pi «• , i Thk t Tuesday Evening, June 18, UBil. RESIDING IN CALIFOKNIA—Charles Normim High and bride, the former. Mariana Dawn Hopper, are residing in Sunnyvale, California, following their recent marriage a-; the Holy Trinity English Lutheran church in Lafayette. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, George M. Hopper, rural route 2, Walton, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 0. High, of Elkhart. The groom is employed by the United Aircraft Corporation, San Francisco, California. illy and sons, Mr. and Mrs. larles Appleton, Mr, and Mrs. arold Applelon. Also. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Applen, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Willy, r. and Mrs. Harry Michael and ms, Camden; Mr. and Mrs. Earl agle, Burrows; Mr. and Mrs. on Willy and family, Mr. and rs. Thomas Applelon and fam- ily, Delphi; Mr. 'and Mrs. William Slagle and lion, Chicago; Dean Willy and Carol Kunz, of Indianapolis. Unable to .ittend were Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Porter and family, of Lafayette, and Sandra Appleton. Read the Want Ads! / Enjoy June peas and berries all year long- FREEZE 'EM Remember what tasty strawberry jam rural women used to make? Fresh frozen strawberries In December taste ever, letter! . Remember haw hot and-tired Mother toed to get, trying to can enough.-peas for an. occasional treat during winter month?? Times have changed. Muchrf the work has been eliminated as she freezes peas that will taste "garden fresh" six months from now. Dependable refrigeration is c most important tool to every rural housewife today. This is the time of year when merchants offer special prices on. freezers and refrigerators. Why not keep an eye on appliance advertising. You inay want to fake advantage of these savings now — with garden produce coming on. \ Your family eats best when you feed them frozen foods Fulton-Carroll White-Miami-Coss RURAL ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION VALUABLE COUPON This Coupon is Good foir $1.00 on the purchase of adults shoes 50c on children's or fabric shoes (Any poir of Regular Priced Shoos in Stock) Offer Expires June 30th KROFT SHOE STORE 313-iPOURTHST. the PLaros-Tribune & Press 'VACATION PACK' Just notify your carrier (or call our office) before you leave on your vacation. Your carrier will save youir paper each day ... and deliver them all in a neat package the day you return. VACATION PACK makes it easy for you to "calch up" on all the local news, sports and your favorite comics. There's no extra charge for this service. Just call 4141 or tell your carrier before you leave. You'll enjoy catc'hing up on the news when you return. The Pharos-Tribune & Press Logansport Indian* V

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