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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 100

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 10, 1957
Page 100
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHABOS-TKIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, I95T SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Ceramics, Porcelain Display Attracts 200 At Muehlhausens Mrs. George F. Muehlhauseri, 3208 Crescent Drive, held open house Friday at which time Mrs. Mtiehlhausen exhibited , ceramics and porcelian lace figurines she had made. On display also was a cabinet with ceramics made by the Muehlhausen grandchildren and girls of the G.G.G. club that Mrs. Muehlhausen sponsors. Mrs. John Ericks'on, student of Mrs. Muehlhausen, displayed cer-. amics she has made. There were several oil paintings exhibited by Mrs. Bud Muehlhausen and Mrs. Charles Rodgers. The entertaining rooms were I decorated with fall flowers and ! refreshments were served to ap- . proximately 20 guests. i Hostesses included Mesdames Merill Miller, Florence Duncan, Jud Druck, John Swerdman, Charles Rodgers, James Wheeler and Bud Muehlliausen. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Ralph Rice and Mrs. Muehlhausen's sisters, Mrs Charlie Horn and Mrs. J: W. Kellly, all of Mt, Vernon, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson, route two Galveston, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Jean, to Robert E. McKibben, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland McKibben, 1120 E. Lordeman street, Kokomo. Miss Johnson is a sehior at the Young America High school. Her fiance attended Kokomo high school and is; employed at the American Standard company in Kokomo. The couple plan a June wedding. Girl Scout News TJie Girl Scout National Convention will be held next week in Philadelphia, Pa., Monday through Friday. Attending from the local council will be Mrs. William Killion, council ' president; Mrs. George Thomas, vice president; Mrs. William Kepes, secretary; and Mrs. John Moll-wain of the camp committee. PERSONAL A. L. Tyre, Mrs. Goldie Abney and daughter, Virginia, and Mrs. Toney Burkhart,., h'ave returned from a 2250-mile trip through Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, where they visited friends and relatives. Read the Classified Ads THIS WEEK SPECIAL! Plain — 1 Piece Expertly Cleaned - Pressed 'Sure to Satisfy Best Test—Try It CLEANERS 3rd & Linden 17th & Broadway I Senior Troop 33 will not meet Monday evening in the Girl Scout Office. Notices will be sent for the next meeting. Youth Of City Planning Vesper Service November 24 YouIJi representatives from the various churches of the city and county are planning their youth vesper services to be held Sunday, ,. t _ L i tii' 1 ntfwu. November 24, at 4pm at the| home Wheatiand Ave. Methodjst church. j bag lunch and coffee or tea win The program committee consist.- be furnished. A nursery will be ing of Tom King, Joy Booher, There will be no group leadership session this coming week since Mrs. Killion and Mrs. Thomas, volunteer trainers will be out of town. The next training will be an all-day one, Thursday, Novem ber 21st from 9 to 11 in the morning and from 1 to 3 in the afternoon. Those attending may go for lunch or bring a nose af Torn Carol Winemiller, Sandy Ulbrick and Ellen Wilson has named David Brady to conduct the service. Dr. I. Lynd Esch, president of Indiana Central college, will be the speaker. Others taking part will be Ann George, Scripture, Sandy Ulbrick and Diane Gibson, roll call, Torn King, offering, and Courtney Justice, benediction. Ushers will be Paul Cotner, David Justice, Mike Huston and Eddie Fitzgorald. Tom Huston will be in charge of the hour following the service, at which time a film, "The Difference," will be shown. David Morton is chairman of the refreshment committee with Mrs. Wayne Jackson as general chairman. A meeting for those taking part in the service will be held Sunday, November 17, at 3:30 p.m. at the Wheatiand church. provided for small children with Mrs. Maribel Taylor in charge. A "make up" session is planned for Monday, November 25th for those who may have missed out on some of their training hours. .Certificates will be awarded those who complete the ' required number of hours. Watch this newspaper for further details. Genny Dawson Is Dormitory President There are several methods of attacking blackheads. One is 'to use cereal grains. Apply moistened cereal, perhaps oatmeal, to the face. When it has drieilJuse a coarse towel to rub it off. This should dislodge blackheads. Special Sale Suburban Storm Coats Regular $25.00 Special $^| ly.OO Only 19 Beautiful full-length suburban coats. Quilted linings. Made of Orlure, a 100% orlon with hood and cuffs of luxurious deep alpaca pile with the look and feel of fur. Water-repellent. YOU MUST SEE THESE TO APPRECIATE THEM 326 East Broadway Camden Rodkey Studio, Delphi ROBERT SCHOCK AND BRIDE, the former Miss Shirley Sprinkle, are shown following their. s marriage Sunday afternoon, October 27, at St. Peter's Lutheran church in Camden. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,Walter Sprinkle, route 1, Camden, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Scliock, of route 1, Delphi. Following the reception, the couple departed on a wedding trip to Niagara Falls. - The bride is a graduate of the Camden high school and is employed at Mohlman's Jewelry Store, city. Her husband, also a graduate of the Camden high school, is serving with the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Deer Creek HD 1 Holds Regular Meet At Young America The'Deer Creek Township Home Demonstration dub No. 1 met in the Young America school Friday afternoon, with group singing led by Mrs. Glen Fouts opening the meeting. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Marvin Wood in observance of her birthday preceding the history of the song of the month given by Mrs. Harry Manning Jr. The song was sung by a trio composed of Mrs. Raleigh Snider, Mrs. Glen Fouts and Mrs. Delbert Smith. Mrs. Jack Ratcliff accompanied the group at the piano. Flag salutes were led by Mrs. Edna Ster'rett who also gave devotions and read a poem, "The World Is Mine." Mrs. Hichard Wilson read the secretary's report in the absence of Mrs. Eber Morgan, who is ill. Scripture verses containing the word "Thanks" were given in reply to roll call prior to a report on gardening by,Mrs. Lee Wilson. Mrs. Snider, president, was in charge of the meeting announcing that a dinner'in charge of the officers will be held at the next meeting. Members are to take a covered dish and a 29-cent gift for exchange. Mystery pals will be revealed. Also, members are to take a gift' for patients at the local state hospital, marking if for a man or woman and the contents. Mrs. Ed Benner received the at- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Beech, 55 Normanston Drive, Lawestoft Suffolk, England, announce the marriage of, their daughter. Eunice, to Marion "Pete" Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams, 718 Bates Street, Logansport. The ceremony was read Saturday at 3 p.m. in Oldham England. The bride is a graduate of Goldsmith's college, University of London, a teacher in the Lowestofts school. Her fiance is a graduate of YWCA Calendar Mrs. R. Meinzer, executive secretary of the Y. W. C. A., has announced the following schedule of events to be held in the YW this week. Monday, November 11 — Riley 7th grade Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge, annex, 7:30 p.m.; Sigma Phi Gamma, parlors, dining room, kitchen, 8 p.m. Tuesday, November 12 — Riley Blh grade Y-Teens, parlor, 4 p.m.; Delta Chi Sigma, parlors, B p.m.; YWCA annual meeting, 'annex, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, November IS — Lincoln 7th grade Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Ladies Day Out, 9:30-11 a.m. - 7:30-9 p.m.; Royal Neighbors, Marilyn Wilson Is Honored at Linen- Announcement- Party Miss Marilyn Wilson, bride-elect of Frank Thompson, was honored at linen announcement party given "by her mother, Mrs. E. A. Wilson, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Charlene Todd, at 1300 Smead street. ' Games were played and. prizes were won by Mrs. Gladys Ellis, Mrs. Rusty Amelio, Mrs. Bonnie Blackman, Mary Lou Thomas, Elizabeth Centers and Joan Thomas. Duplicate pr.iz«s went to the bride-elect. The invited guests were Mrs. Jennie Foust, Ruth Loner, Ellen Rammel, ' Jennie Wilson, Alice Webb, Frances Warner, Miss Mari- vanity. Such care protects the nails besides adding to attractiveness of the hands. * * # •Women who type may wonder why their fingernails chip constantly. Thoy should check the length of the nail. Nails kept at 1:30, parlors; Slimnastics, 6:16 -jlyn Issacs, Joan HutchcraEt, Pat 7:15 p.m. • Daugherty. Thursday, November M — Lin- Miss Genny Dawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dawson of 1618 E. Broadway, has been elected president of .Cooper Dormitory at Shorter • College, Rome, Georgia. Miss Dawson is a member of the Psychology Club, the Eunomian Society, and has previously served as recorder for the Women's Dormitory 'Council. coin 8th grade Y-Teens, parlors, 4 p.m.r Who's New, husband's nite, annex, 6 p.m. for dinner. Friday, November 15 — Keystone Ladies, parlors, dining room, kitchen, 1 p.m.; Lincoln 7-Sth grade Y-Teens formal recognition, annex : 7 p.m. Saturday, November 16 — Junior High Canteen 7-9 p.m.; Young Adult Canteen, 9-11:30 p.m. NOTICE The Honorary Second Mothers Study club will meet Monday afternoon at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Melvin Greensfelder, 3119 North Pennsylvania Avenue. AS FEATURED IN OWCTS FILL 'EM WITH HOLLY MISTUiTOE CHRISTMAS GREENS-FLOWERS On Display At Pleasant Hill Greenhouse 1016 Pleasant Hill Street Phone 5144 Sue Green to Wed J. C. Crisrnan In December 22 Rrites Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Green, 1217 Cummings street, have • announced the approaching marriage of their daughter, Sue Ellen, to James Clyde Crisman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crisrnan, 1523 East Broadway. The ceremony will take place December 22n'd at 2:30 p. m. in the Baptist Temple. Miss Green is a graduate o£ Logansport high school Jtod is attending Indiana University .where she is a member of Psi Iota Xi sorority. Her fiance, also a'grad- uate of the local high school, is attending Indiana University extension. tendance prize prior to the lesson • Logansport high school and enlisted in the Air Police in March, 1954. on landscaping given by Mrs. Leei 1 "* 6 llas ' :)eei1 stationed for three years at the Bentwater Air Force Wilson assisted by Mrs. D. E. Ly- 3ase in Enriand. brook. The meeting closed with prayer and the serving of refreshments to the 24 members and one guest, Mrs. David Krise, and eight children. Hostesses were Mrs. Marvin Wood, Mrs. Rex McCloskey, Mrs. ieorge Smith, Mrs. Allen Carson asd Mrs. David Krise, Christian Association will hold its 34th Annual Meeting, Tuesday November 12, 1957, in the Y.W.- C.A. Annex at 7:30. All members and interested persons are invited to attend. A good manicure and polish job! This is the time when ' the is more than indulging feminine Young Women's Christian Asso- 34TH ANNUAL MEETING OF YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Logansport Young Women's] students consisting of Catholic, Jew, Protestant, Negro and sec- ciation of Logansport informs membership, and the community of its years activities, and the financial standing of the organization. Mrs. R. S. MeCord, chairman of the Program committee has planned an interpretation of Young about fingertip length are recorn-; women's Christian Association mended both for secretaries or the ideals, goal and purpose. Other woman at home. It is a more flattering and practical length. To Wed This Spring Mr. and Mrs. Ray • E. Benner, of Burrows, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Joan, to Charles R. Banning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Banning, of rqute one, West Lebanon. The bride-elect is a 1954 graduate of Delphi high school and is a senior at Indiana- State Teachers college where she is a member of Zeta Taw Alpha social sorority. Her fiance is a 1048 graduate of Williamsport high school and is a junior at Indiana State teach ers college where he is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon social fra ternity. A spring wedding has been plan, ned. Committee members are: Mrs. Richard Fawcett, Mrs. James Daivson, Mrs. C. Biddinger, Mrs. Lester Kaye, Mrs. James Hansen, Mrs. Melvin Riley, Mrs. Wm. Jones, Mrs. Leonard • Frosch, and Airs. R. J. Batch. Mrs. Robert Cole will appear on the program November 12'Ji. Mrs. Cole was born in Isabela, Puerto Rico of missionary parents. Her mother was from Lyon, France and her father from Galicia, Spain. She started voice training at 14 years of age, at the Polytenic stitute in Puerto Rico. Also hai private voice training with Rina de ToJedeo — Opera Singer of the Metropolitan and LaScala Opera in Italy. S'he has studied at Warren Wilson College in North Carolina. Mrs. Cole has sung professionally ip radio and T. V. in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She is now residing with her husband and 2 children on R. 2, Walton, Indiana. Mr. Cole is Principal of Tipton Township School. Your Young Women's Christian Association will have a Panel of Students from Purdue. A team of THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-11th St. Phono 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER DRAPERY LAMP'S GIFTS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors UPHOLSTERY ^_^_^_ CARPETS ACCESSORIES i 124 Pair of famous Town & Country Shoes CASUALS In Blue - Black or Tan Regular $9,95 NOW ... While Supply La*ti ' 4 draff is Eslobliihed 1873 306 Fourth Street ond generation American. This group has appeared before a wide, yarity of public audiences, examining intergroup difference and encouraging understanding and appreciation of these differences. •This type of panelist originated in Los Angeles, California during World War n. Their purpose was to release the tension of misunderstanding of other peoples. Their are 15.panels of this type across our nation seeking to encourage understanding and appreciation of all peoples regardless of tflieir differences. Moderator of the panel will be Mr. Stiestrua, Assistant Dean of Men from Purdue University. Caiholic student on the panel will be Ken Dolan; Protestant, Tom Stockdale; Negro, Rupert Downing; Jew, Bob Zaban; New American, Earl Ohristenson. Coffee hour will follow the program, at which time Young Women's Christian's Association members and friends may fellowship together. NEW underwood | ADO-MATE does everything! FASHION BEAUTY SHOP Has Moved To New Location 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 201 1 1 PERMANENTS wiJh soft ringlets INCLUDES SHAMPOO CUTTING ' OTHERS ..STYLING ONLY $4.95 TO $23 CREAM 9 111, 6 HO zzru ON 4U»LufU{oddy YOU' HAVE TO HOLD IT TO BELIEVE IT_!___j '"foMs'subtrath'l CM Mt tMt pdoiw-ibe, HI-** cMc Jddlitf nucMiM. 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