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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune i \ , • ^ X , i£L V - - , 1 •;, OFFICERS TO BE INSTALLED-New officers wUl be installed during tonight's meeting of the Second Mothers study club at the home of Mrs. Robert K&kwood, 824 Mayfair Drive. Heading club activities for the coming year will be, seated, left to right, Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, president; Mrs. Robert Kirk- wood, vice-president; Mrs. David Schneider, secretary; and, standing, Mrs. Don Jamison, program chairman; Mrs. Frank Apt, social chairman; and Mrs. Hollis Johnston, treasurer. Following the installation of these officers, a summer party will be featured. (Staff Photo.) Fidelity Qispter 58, OES, met Tuesday evening for the. official visit of the District Deputy ,Dorohy Griest, of Twelve Mile, at which time four candidates were nitiated into the order. Following the opening in regu- a'r form, the conductress escorted the District Deputy to the East hrough an arch. of flowers held by the star points of Royal Cen- .er Chapter 375 and Fidelity Chaper 58. All worthy matrons and patrons rom other Chapters and past worthy matrons and patrons were ntroduced and given a hearty welcome. After the candidates were ini- iated into the order, the secretary ead several announcements inluding: the Worthy Grand Maton Sara Scott will make her of- icial visit of Lebanon Chapter 23, )anvil!e Chapter 39, and Brownsburg Chapter 266 on June 23 and here will be a reception for Mor- Best Ever Class Features Dessert And Garden Party Tea roses and other seasonal flowers provided a setting for the garden party and 7 o'clock des sert featured by the Best Ever class of the Broadway Methodist church Monday evening 'at the home of Mrs. Ella Fahnestock, 1418 East Market street. Mrs. Jane Young and Mrs. Adah Hedrick assisted Mrs. Fab nestock. There were 23 members present. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. Frank Little and Miss Ruby Smith. Mrs. Ruth See, president, conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Hedricfc offered devotions. New officers were elected as follows: Miss Goldie Jackson, president; Mrs. See, Vice-president; -Mrs. Nell Bradfield, secretary; Miss Chloe Tousley, treasurer. ; The next meeting will be a picnic in August with the new officers in charge. SOCIETY The Wiseman circle of the Ful fon Baptist church will meet this Evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank Richter. There will be installation of new officers. -#Twelve Mile chapter 557,, OES, will hold a stated meeting Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the Twelve Mile community building. District deputy Dorothy Griest will make her official visit. Officers are to wear formals. — "fa— Logan Council, Daughters of America, will meet at Memorial home Thursday evening at o'clock. There will be election of officers and reports on the State convention. Plans will 'also- be made for the annual picnic. -#Paix club will meet with Mrs. Lou Porter, 140 Wheatland avenue, Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. -#: The Monticello Methodist WSCS will sponsor its annual smorgasbord Saturday at the Monticello Lincoln school gym with serving from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. DAV AUXILIARY The Disabled American Veter- is auxiliary unit 53 voted to sponsor a booth at the JaryCees Tourth of July Celebration during he recent session held at the clubroom. Elsie Bushing, commander, presided at the meeting when a committee for the booth was also ap- jointed. Following the reading of he minutes, get-well cards were enfc to Goldie Wood, Hazel De- rVitt, Ruby Gottschalk' and May Dahl. Americanism articles were read >y Viola Kistler. Each member is to bring a mall wrapped gift from home o the next meeting on June 25 o be used for prizes for enter- ainment. PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Phone 514 / DR.O.LBRAUN Reg. Podiatrtit Foot SpecialM FOOT AILMENTS > Office 314 North St. ; LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 ! Wedn.sdays-TricSayi 5M:30 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! CremeOil Cold Wave ONLY 53.50 Including Haircut Open Daily 8:30 to 5 p.m. CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP NEU SMITH, Operator 5th & E. Broadway Ov.r Balky 1 * OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY—Mr. and Mrs. James Walton, of rural route 6, city, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, June 24, with an open house at the Lake Gicott Methodist church during the afternoon. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Lillie Tuttle and James -Walton were married June 28, 1912, in Indianapolis by the Rev. George Hahn. They have resided in Cass county since their marriage. Mr. Walton is a retired farmer and his wife is employed by the EBM manufacturing company. Their children are Mrs. Chester Bixler, 1822 Bast .Market street, and James Wesley Walton, of Cincinnati, Ohio. There are five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Additional Society On Page 10 Summer Class To Begin At YWCA Cass county girls who are in the third through fifth grades are invited to register for the Elementary Arts and Crafts program at the YWCA which begins on June 26. Classes will be held each Tuesday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a six week period. The program this year will include arts and crafts projects, music and games, movies and tours to special interest spots in the community. Each girl participating is asked to bring a sack lunch, Mrs. Eugene Darby, Teenage program director, will serve as director for this special YWCA sponsored program, and will be assisted by Mrs. Wendy Whaley. Additional information may be obtained from the YWCA. Jayettes Discuss Plans for Several Summer Activities Several reports were given an3 activities planned at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Jayettes 1 at the home of Grady Wolf. Roll call and the minutes were given by Nancy Rynearson,. secretary and Helen Eussow gave the treasurer's account. Marilyn Wolf, president conducted the meeting. A report was given on the tea served by the club at the recent Jaycee Antique Show. Plans for participation in the Jaycee July 4th celebration were arranged. Dona Olson was appointed chairman in charge of flowers for the Jaycee installation banquet' July 7 at the Armory. Helen .Russow and Pat Wilkinson were appointed in charge of picture taking for the club's convention scrapboofc. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostesses, Dixie Neher, Beverly Gulp, Sandra Reich and Grady Wolf. A silent auction was held. Norma Parker and Buby Palmer, were in charge of the raffle which was won by Eileen Copeland. Mrs. Neher won the door prize and a gift was presented to the hostess. Barbara Best was a guest. A carry-in supper is planned for the next meeting at Bonnie Ide's summer cottage at Shafer Lake. Mrs. Grace Enoch Marks 90th Year Mrs. Grace'Enoch, who enjoys cooking, reading and writing letters, celebrated her 90th birthday Tuesday. A native of this city and a resident, of 913 North street, Mrs. Enoch is a member of the Shrine ladies club and the Order o£ Eastern Star. Her husband, Fred, died in 1945 and a twin sister,, Gertrude, is also deceased. She has another sister, Mrs. Agnes Downs, of this city. Mrs. Enoch resided at the Captain Logan prior to moving to her present home. Bridge Clubs An eight-table Mitchell master- point game was played by the Open Pair Duplicate Bridge club Tuesday evening at the Captain North-south winners were: Mr. and Mrs. Hill Leavitt, first; Karl Austin and Joe Harrison, Kokomo, second; Dick Elliott and tfartin Levy, third; Mr. and Mrs, lobert David, fourth. East-west: Gene Finkenstadt and William Osowski, Lafayette, irst; Mrs. Roger Steinberger and itrs. Ed Heimlich, second; Mrs. B. H. Shallow and Mrs. Earl Hay, hird; Mr. Hall and Mr. Freedman, Bunker Hill, fourth. REHMS Sport Shirt Spectacular Reg. $4 and $5 Shirts Now 3 FOR $ 5 85 Sizes S-M-L-XL This is not manufacturers close outs, distress merchandise- or seconds but from our regular stock of brand name (you know the names) merchandise. Stock up now for the hot weather ahead, Pork Free for 1 hour in the Broadway Parking :Lot when shopping at Rehms. 405 E. Broadway MEN'S WEAR Dial 3273 Wednesday Evening, June 20,1952. FIDELITY CHAPTER 58, OES, HOSTS DISTRICT DEPUTY, HAS INITIATION tan Higgins, Past Grand Patron, a member of the General Grand Chapter International Peace Garden committee. The meeting is to be held at the Lebanon gymnasium, with the social hour at 3 p.m., reception, 4 p.m., dinner, 6 p.m., and ritualistic opening, 7:30 p.m.; Ruth Chapter 120, Peru, will have Friends Night on June 25, and Converse Chapter 334, will also have Friends Night on June 25. It was announced that the official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron, Sara Scott, to the joint Chapters of Fidelity Chapter 58, Royal Center 375, and Kewanna Chapter 322,-will be on July 14 at the Royal Center gymnasium, with the banquet at 6 p.m., 50- year presentation, 7:10 p.m., baby dedication, 7:13 p.m. and inspection, 7:80 p.m. Reservations for the banquet must be in to Helen Branett by July 7. There will be a joint practice for Royal Center, Kewanna and FideHty Chapters at Royal Center on July 9, at 8 p.m. Carroll OES Pays Tribute to Fathers Dads were honored and presented with gifts at the recent meeting of Carroll chapter 475, OES, at the Masonic hall. Carolyn Edging, worthy matron, presided. Mildred Parrett, secretary, read invitations to inspections of district 15 chapters to be held during the summer. Flowers decorated the dining room where refreshments were served by the chairman, Nora Wagner, assisted by Geneva Shanks, Velma Myers, Pauline Adams and Freida Lesh. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY 6 p.m.—Cheerful Helpers class, Broadway EUB church, birthday supper at church. ' p.m.—DeMolay Mothers circle, Masonic Temple. ':30 p.m.—Galveston 4-H Boosters HD club, Mrs. William Roach. :30 p.m.—L. S. to B. of L. F. and E., Memorial home. '•A5 p.m.—Second Mothers study club, Mrs, Robert Kirkwood, 824 Mayfair Drive, THURSDAY All-Day-—Shiloh CWF, Mrs. Florence Myers; members bring sewing equipment. .:30 p.m.—Adams township HD, community building. 1:30 p.m.—Women's Association, Bethlehem Presbyterian church, Mrs. Pauline Fields. 1:30 p.m.—Harrison township HD, Lucerne school. 1:30 p.m.—Wayne Progressive HD, Mrs. Edna Applegale. 2 p.m.—Charity Division 4, Nettie Boatman, 1911 East Market. Florence's Ladies—here's your Opportunity to make tremendous savings on the Season's Best Millinery. Florence's is Offering French Room Models Values to.$35.00... now priced at $5.00 to $8.95'& $10.95 The very loveliest styles at savings you Gan't afford to miss ... so hurry in soon and make your choice selection at "The IS'hoip of Distinction" CORSET DEP'T. SAVINGS FOR SAVE $2.00 WMUE THEY LAlS/T . . Now is the time to get that extra panty gird'le—Long leg style. Regular $5.95 *Q QC Small, Med., Large, Extra large NOW «pO»7J Sports Girdle for your Bathing Suit and Shorts $2.95 Corset 't. 320 Fourth Streel clara ann's SALE IS ON ALL UP HATS TO / Off 0 ^ n AND MORE All Jewelry Off All Handbags Off ALL SALES FINAL ' elara ann's 325 Fourth June Fashion SALE Quality Fashions—Budget Prices Smart Summer DRESSES Values to $25 Junior—Misses—Half Sizes A big selection of styles and materials including silk, cottons, dacrcn. Also dressy types with chiffon skirts. All Sales Final. White Sharkskin SKIRTS Pleated Special! purchase of those wonderful white skirts in regular, short end kiltie lengths. Also a few colors. Popular Poplin SHORTS Reg. $2.98 Value ;1.77 A sell-out each time—Many colors In these well made, hard wearing, washable Poplin Shorts. By famous maker. Sleeveless Cotton DRESSES Sizes 12 to 18—141/z to 221/z Repeating another Sell-out—These cool sleeveless printed cotton dresses in both missy and half sizes.

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