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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 22, 1962
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-Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, June 22,19(12, NAME COMMITTEES'FOR YEAR AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL. GUILD MEET • RECEIVE AWARD-Girl Scouts of troop 3 of right, Linda Graybeal, Diana Bucks Janrce _ St. Vincenfs school recently received the "Mar- Trinnen, Jayne Myers, Carolyn . Buttice and ian Award," which is the highly prized religious Girl Scout award. They are shown' with their pastor, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John P. Schall, and their leader, Betty Minneman: first row, left to , , Barbara, Brugh; second row,, Miss Minneman., Mary. Frances Nudi,', Gloria Bell, Martha Medland, Brenda Rozzi, Vicki Rozzi and Msgr. SchaJl. (Pohlman Studio.) Fidelity Chapter Hosts District .18 Deputy At Meeting Fidelity Chapter 58, OES, me 'Tuesday evening for the officia visit of the District Deputy Doro thy Griest, of Twelve Mile, a which time four candidates were initiated into the order. Following the opening in regu lar form, the conductress escort ed the District Deputy to the Eas through an arch of flowers helc . by the star points of Hoyal Cen ter Chapter 375 and Fidelity Chap- .ter 58. All worthy matrons and patrons from other .Chapters and pas worthy matrons and patrons were introduced and given a hearty welcome. After the candidates were initiated into the order, the secretary read several announcements including: the Worthy Grand Matron Sara Scott will make her official visit of Lebanon Chapter 23, Danville Chapter 39, and Brownsburg Chapter 266 on June 23 anc there will be a reception for Mortan 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 S p.m., reception, 4 p.m., dinner, 6 p.m., and ritualistic opening, 7:30 p.m.; Ruth Chapter 120, Pe. ru, 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, Boyal 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, 7:15 p.m. and inspection, 7:30 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 Fidelity Chapters at Royal Center on July 9, at 8 p.m. The District Deputy spoke, thanking the Chapter for her gifts, and honors accorded her. \ She gave instructions from the Worthy Grand Matron on the 'proper manner of conducting the ritualistic work. It was announced that those desiring to have babies dedicated at the official visit must have the names in to the secretary by June 30. All those having birthdays were honored, and presented a remembrance from the chapter. Fathers were honored also. "Father" was sung to them by the soloist, and presented a gift from the Chapter. The worthy matron thanked the Royal Center officers for their part in the escort for the district deputy. She then recognized all guests from other charters. , -Following the coin collection, Ihe conductress escorted the new 'members to the 'altar where they .were presented the Bible used "while taking their obligation.' "i After the closing in ritualistic "'form the officers held a retiring -march, at which time everyone was invited to the dining rdom for ; a salad and dessert smorgasbord. -The tables were decorated with I attractive bird houses, boughs up• on which were birds and bees. Each place was marked with placards in the shape of piggy banks to which was attached a .new penny. Those serving on the refreshment committee were Beverly Bebee, M : arian McKee, Joan Steffen, Frances Smith, Jane Pusey and Dora Warfelt, June Munson, PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE fi Pleasant Hill Phone a Eel'2 Hears Use Of Herbs, Spices A lesson on "Cooking with Herbs and Spices" presented by Mrs. Arthur Woods highlighted the Eel township HD club No. 2 meeting conducted Tuesday will Mrs. Charles Weser, 317 Eighth street. Mrs. Clarence Newer, president, opened the session with the pledges to the flags and collect. Devotions on "A Father's Heart" were offered by Mrs. C. R. Martin.' Mrs. Pearl Tikfer and Mrs. Martin won prizes for guessing the type pf flavor used in a dish prepared by Mrs. Woods during the lesson. ' Mrs. Emmett Austin gave the secretary's report and .Mrs. Wilbur Zieg the treasurer's account. Reports were given on sick members and Mrs. Newer stated that the National convention will be held in Lexington, Kentucky. The president also reported on attending the Homemakers conference at Purdue which had a record attendance. She also told about attending a playlet "Up From the Tub." The slate of new officers was read for the Cass county HD Council. Mrs. Newer was recognized as the new HD Council president. Mrs. Agnes Shanteau gave the listory of the song of the month and Mrs. Woods led in singing. Those wishing to donate food for She HD booth at the 4H fair are ,o contact either Mrs. Loree Wilson or Mrs. Bertha Ingmire. Members are to bring a white elephant wrapped in a box to the next meeting to be held at She summer home of Mrs. Arthur iiesling on Lake Maxinkuckee. Those needing transportation to Ms all-day session on July 17 are to contact Mrs. Newer. 40 Attend Annual Minneman Reunion The annual Joseph Minneman •eunion was held recently at Spencer park with 40 persons attend- ng. Mrs. William Gingrich was general chairman and Rosemary Qein was in charge of games. Attending were: - Mr. and Mrs. bhn F. Klein, Mr, and Mrs. Joe iClein and family, Mr. 'and Mrs. ~erry Klein and family, Miss Rosemary Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jrink and family, Miss Betty Minneman, Mrs. J. J. White, Mr. and ilrs. Edward Houk and. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Gingrich, all of his city. Also, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Minneman and Chet, Jr., of Dayton; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Minneman and Ir. and Mrs. Jack Minneman, Indianapolis; J. David Houk, Greencastle; and Dr. Richard J. Houk, Svanston, 111. Reports On Grand Assembly Given at Rainbow Meeting Reports on Grand Assembly were given at the recent meeting of Logansport Assembly No, 6, Order of the .Rainbow for Girls, at the Masonic Temple with 32 members present. Barbara Coleman, worthy advisor, presided. Twenty members reported they will attend the Supreme Assembly of the International Order of Rainbow Girls July 5 in Chicago.. Elaine Umbarger gave a report oh Grand Assembly held recently at Indiana University. Eighteen members, Mrs. Minnick and Mr. and Mrs, Charles Hume attended. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Musselman, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dillman, Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Murphey attended the 'Sunday session. Mrs. Wusselman, Mrs. Dillman and Miss Judy Wolf received the degree of Grand Cross of Color. Miss Martha Todd, who was unable to attend, was also a recipient of this degree. Barbara Coleman gave the local assembly report at the Grand Assembly and presented the assembly flag in- opening. Also at- ending were Miss Patricia Mur)hey, grand representative to Canada, and Junior past worthy ddvisor, Miss Sue Powell. Karron fackson, Elaine Umbarger, Marorie Walters, Bonnie Strauch, fudy Wolf, Gaye Lynn Kiesling, Fane McCloskey, Jane Knoy and Patricia Huff were members of .he Grand Choir and Patricia tfurphey played in the Grand )and. Dona Dinius, Barbara Fellers, Jnda Haugh, Susan Jackson, Trudy Pherson and Patricia Fisher served as grand pages, Miss Jane McCloskey, who is the local assembly recorder, was appoint- sd Grand representative -to Guam >y the Supreme inspector in Indiana, Mrs. Hazel Coats. Officers will practice Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Masonic Temple and the next meet- ng will be July 3 at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hume were reappointed senior grand organizer and senior grand deputy in the slate of Indiana and expect to at- end the sessions of Supreme Assembly in Chicago! and Delphia Kite. The next meeting will be on Fuly 3. Officers may wear street dresses. JOHN & TED SOCIETY The Washington township 49er's ID club will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of ffrs. Joan Plank, Mrs. Bertha Young will assist. .-*The Merry Mixer class of the Vheatland avenue Methodist hurch will feature a "come as pou are" party Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church with fa, and Mrs. Carl Miller and Mrs, Ray Hplcomb as host and lostessea. . SHIELDS REUNION The Arnett Shields family reun- on will be hald Sunday, June 24, at noon at the east- pavilion of )ykeman park. The Mary Dykeman Memori, hospital' Guild convened - recentl_ at the hospital at which time Mrs Robert Lowe, president,' namec She standing committees for th coming year as follows: : Mrs. Ernest .Fogel, program chairman; Christmas Bazaar charge of Mrs. Charles-Wilkinson assisted by Mrs. Donald Kampen ;a, Mrs. Ivor Burrough, and Mrs Robert Lowe; calling committee Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, chairman assisted by Mrs. Don Winter, Mrs Sam Gerst; Mrs. Francis Miller Mrs. 0. M, Long,, Mrs.' Bailej Frye, Mrs. .Harold Mertz, and Mrs. Doyle Campbell. Mrs. Milton Bishop ,a'nd Mrs Walter Mehaffie will be co-chair men of the Guild Gift Cart; -Mrs Ed.Lohman is Gift Cart Treasur er; monthly buyers are Mrs Charles Michaels, Mrs. Rober Gifford; Mrs. Charles Harvey, am Mrs. MiJton Bishop.' Mrs, Jay Thompson will be chairman of the monthly mater nity .teas .held at the hospital fo the Mothers-to-be in the .county Others on her committee are Mrs K. W. Kolmerton, Mrs. William Wilkinson, Mrs. James Widner Mrs. Clarence Dial, Mrs. J. K Hetzner and Mrs. R. J. Moore. The membership committee 1 composed of Mrs Vernon Nevin chairman, Mrs. Harry Bridge Mrs. Merl Homburg, Mrs. Georgi Muehlhausen, Jr., Mrs. Harrj Frushour, Mrs. Herbert Small Mrs. Richard Hand, Mrs. C. L Progressive HD Plans July Picnic ' Plans for a family picnic were made at the Wednesday evening meeting of the Progressive HD club at the home of Mrs. Edith Kasch. Mrs. Flora McClure, president, conducted the session. Mrs. Louise Logan conducted roll call, answered with a favorite summer sport. Mi's. Peg Willard gave the his- lory of the song of the month' anc plans for the 4-H fair were discussed. A hamburger fry for members and their families will be helc July 18 at the home of Mrs. Glenna Burkit, 1910 East Broadway Those attending are to bring table service and food for their fam ilies. During the social hour contesl prizes were won by Leona Holt Madge Hipsher and Mrs. Mc- ~71ure. Refreshments were servec at the close of the meeting. WAR I AUXILIARY Delegates to the- Department Convention were named by the Ladies Auxiliary of Veterans ol World War I Barracks when it convened for a regular session with Elsie Bushing, president, in charge. The meeting opened with prayer y May Cochfan,, chaplain, • followed with the pledge to the flag. The minutes were read by El Fultz, secretary pro-tern, and the treasurer's accbiilnt and hospital report were given by Mollie Cook, The Department convention will be held July 20-22 at the Claypool hotel, Indianapolis, with May -ochran as delegate and Tracy Pope, alternate. Elsie Bushing, -state chairman of the Logansport State Hospital, announced that 15 canteen books nad been purchased for World War I veterans there. Refreshments were served to :he Barracks and auxiliary mem- " ers. The n&xt meeting on July 16 will 3e at 8 p.m. HOST GRADUATES The Daughters' p£ Isabella en ;ert'ained the eighth grade graduates of the three local Catholic >arishes Tuesday evening at the K. of C. hall.'. The highlighting of the evening was the crowning of the King and Queen, Greg Summers and tody Brindle, and Duke and Jutchess, John Koontz and Kathy Fownsley. ..... SELECT tus/srafo DIAMOND RING!! ARE LUCKY POP!ARE IWiUftED AT- Frank T. Morris Agency, Inc. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BE SURE-INSURE 125 4th St. Ph. 3063 s FO* THE ONE yOU LOVE / Iff THE NEWEST STYLES DIAMOND You'll Low Brilliant diamonds, smart settings, and '. *u"y guaranteed and registered by. Sra.Bcr. Their sparkling beauty r"^ will be appreciated every hour of every See Our Nice Selection of Nationally Adv.rtlt.d Wotchn f» -V^ 310 5th Phone 2537 Patterson, Mrs. Fred ( Moss, Mrs, Derrill Merrell, Mrs.' John Minglin; Mrs. Charles Wilkinson, Mrs.- Ivor Burrqugh, Mrs. Merl Hornburg,'Mrs. Robert Lowe and Mr. Herbert Fromm are members o£ the Hospital Gifts Committee. . Mrs. William McCune.wiU.be in charge of the personnel for the gift showcase in the lobby of the hospital, and will, also take care of the new-born baby .. pictures, and keep records'.,of the hours of volunteer service; Mrs. Derriil Merrell ahcl the group of auxiliary members from Young America will continue to'supply the Pinky Puppets for the, hospitalized children; the monthly newsletter will be sent out by .Mrs. E. A, Moon, Mrs. William Kie'sling, Mrs. Robert Quillan, Mrs. Herbert Fromm, Mrs. 0.'W. Macy, and Mrs. Mervin' Emler. The. volunteer Physical Therapy chairman is Mrs. Ernest Fogel; Pink Lady uniforms will be ordered by Mrs. William Booher; historian and scrap book chairman is Mrs. Tom Maiben; the orientation of new members will be planned by Mrs. Paul Bailey and Mrs. Lowell Fiedler; Mrs. Fred Moss and Mrs. Mel Chapman will order the personalized recipe cards; Mrs, D. D. Pritz and Mrs. Robert Kiger are in charge of the Living Tribute Fund. The chairman of National Hospital Week is Mrs. R. J. Morrical. Her committee members are Mrs. 8. B. Williamson, Mrs. Dewey Roach, Mrs. Garth Swigart, Mrs. Don Dean, Mrs. Ethel Bell, and Mrs. Eldo Meeker; the Esther Fail-banks award entry will be fanned by Mrs. Wesley Allen and Mrs. J. P. Dawson; the aud- ting committee is Mrs. Robert David, Mrs. Herbert Small and Mrs. Donald Kampenga; supplying favors for the hospital trays will be planned by Mrs. Wayne Jackson, Mrs. 0. 0. Hodabaugh, Urs. David Angle, and Mrs. Ernest Homburg. Mrs. Richard McDonald, Mrs. rilbert Merrell, Mrs. Gerald Han- await, Mrs. Joseph Bean will work with the "Candy Stripers;" High Jchool volunteers; the Ways and ifeans committee is composed of tfrs. Robert George, Mrs. Joe tfcClain, and Mrs. J. Mervin Wilson; Publicity, Mrs. Robert David and Mrs. Verner Hedlund; Careers Promotion, Miss Dorothy Jipboye, Miss Helen Brandt, and Mrs. Robert Canfield. Miss Helen Brandt was elected vice-president to fill the vacancy of Mrs. Ray Taggart,.who is mov- ng out of the city. The speaker was Dr. Don Winer, who expressed the apprecia- ion of the medical staff for the uild.^services and for the equip- nentthat has been purchased by ;he guild for the hospital. CHEERFUL HELPERS A birthday supper was. staged Tuesday evening at the Broadway "IUB church by the Cheerful Helpers class with Mrs. .Elizabeth lupe as hostess assisted by Mrs. tfaudie Priesthoff. The supper was held in honor of he following members having ilrthdays: Blanche Wecht, Jlanche Huffman, Georgia Olson and Ben Hahn. Mrs. Ethel Stafford, president, ipened with the class song and >rayer given by Mrs. Mollie Alber. Roll call was answered ivith "what I am thankful for." Following the secretary-treasurer reports, the closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Pearl Fife. Contests were won by Mrs. Alta lyman and Blanche Huffman, and an auction was held. Sixteen members and, one guest, Mrs. Iterner, attended. Panel Discussion Highlights Meeting Of Horruiimakers HD A panel discussion by children of members highlighted the Thursday evening meeting of the Homemakers HD club at the home of Mrs, Charles les with Mrs. James Smith assisting Mrs. lies aril Mrs. Joseph Keirans presented the lesson topic on "Teaching Children Values," after which disc,ssion was conduct^ ed between numbers and a panel of children wio expressed their views. On (ho panel were Susan Williams, Susan Smith, Debby and Sherry Kinder, Kathy Keinms and Brenda Baughman. The meelinji opened with the pledges and roll call answered wilh "my mo:ier-in-law's maiden name." Mrs. i\\ Drompp gave t.h« seerelary's report, Mrs. Paul Miler, the treasurer's account, Mrs. Charles Evernian, devotions, and Mrs. Jack Rojan, history of (ha ;ong of the mnnlh. Mrs. lies anii Mrs. Kcirans re- xirled on Hit! Homemakers con- 'crence at Purdue and Mrs. B. R. iVilliams repelled on the Council neeting. Achievement Day and he work schedule for the 4-H fair Aug. 9. Mrs. Regan, Mrs. lies and Mrs. Keirans wen: appointed to the nominating committee. Prizes wer;; to Mrs. Duncan Turner, Mrs. Dennis Pritz, Mrs. Dwaine Robinson and Mrs. Robert Panton. There were M mem- 5ers and onu guest, Mrs. Ann Nathan, presoit. Mr. and Mrs. Willard. Wray, Jr., are residing at 1315^ High street following their marriage on Sunday, June 10, at the Anoka Methodist church wilh the Rev. Paul Grant, pastor of the Grace Bible church, officiating assisted by Rev. Donald Emlar. She is the former Miss Linda Deeter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Walter Deeter ,of route 3, city, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs, Willard Wray, Sr,, of roulc 2. city. The 2:30 p.m. service was rea< before an altar flanked with palms .candelabra and arrange ments of pink gladioli and while carnations. Marguerite Campion was organ ist and the Rev. Dick Campton soloist, for the double ring rites, Given in marriage by her falh- er, the bride was lovely in a bal- ierina-length gown of lace over taffeta. A scalloped square neckline and long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands were features of the fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt was created with a pleated tulle panel edged with scallops. A elbow-length veil of white illusion was secured to a I a c e crown sprinkled with pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with while carnations. Miss Conna Nulf attended as LUTHERAN WOMEN An election of . officers was conducted by the United Lutheran Church Women of the Grace Lutheran church during the recent meeting. The session opened with the topic" You Are Christ Called" sresented by Doris Wolf. Devo, ions, were read by Emma Wolf. Following the secretary-treasurer reports, Doris Wolf reported on a new missionary project where books will be sent to children in British Guiana. The election resulted as fol ows; president, Lavina Belcher; vice-president, Wanda Pitman; secretary, Helen- 8itz; and - treasurer, Doris Wolf. "No, I'm sure that Officer Clancy doein't want to hear about the advantages of having a regular savings plan at The F & M Bank!" . (notAn* TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Broadway at Paarl Haza Branch maid of honor, wearing a light blue chiffon dress with a lace jacket fashioned with three-quarter length sleeves. The fitted bodice topped a bouffant skirt. She wore a white headband and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Donna Nulf was bridesmaid. She wore a pink frock identical to the matron of honor's. She also wore a while headband and carried a bouquet of pink carnations, Larry Martin served the bridegroom as best man and Junior Swarlzel was groomsman. Ushers included: John Deeter and Bob Deeler, brothers of the bride; Tom Gaby and Wilbur Deeler, cousins of the bride. For her .daughter's wedding, Mrs. Deeter selected a brown and white silk sheath dress while the bridegroom's mother chose a rose silk dress. Both wore a corsage of white carnations. The couple greeted 100 guests at a reception following the wedding in the church basement. Pink and blue streamers wilh matching wedding bells provided a background for the serving table which was centered wilh a three tier cake topped with a while dove under a wedding bell. Hostesses were: Diana Deeter, a sister of the bride; Marlcne Deeter, a cousin of the bride; and Sue Hahnerl, Margaret Turnpaugh and Sandra Swarlzel. The bride and groom are both graduates of ihe Washington township high school. She was with the class of 1959 while he graduated in 1961. She is employed witli Bollei Superette and he is an employee of the Railway Express. | Miami HD Meets At New Waverly The Miami township HD club convened Thursday evening at the New Waverly EUB church basement with Mary Ann Bowman and Garnet Long as hostesses. Mrs. Long, vice-president, opened the session and Wanda Can- ield offered ,:evolions on the top- c, "Glory <it God in Nature." Sarbara Bocli read the history of he song of (he month. Roll call v;as answered by 18 nembers and one guest, Nora Jrown, with i Bible verse on fa- her. Sarah Iloran gave the secre- :ary's rcpoi"; and Crystal Long he treasurer's account, Cards and flowers vere reported by Mildred Bowman. •Contest prices went to Mary Ale Balsbaufj'i and Betty Morris, and Alice Long won the door 4-H BOOSTER HD CtUB A lesson "piscipline of Children 'rom One to Six Years" was the esson topic presented by Mrs. Wax Chamburs and Mrs. William Joach durin/[ the Wednesday evening meeting of the Galveston 4-H Jooster HD club held at Mrs. Roach's horr.c. Mrs. Ned, Johnson, president, opened the meeting with each member rending club ethics. Tha ge to thu flag was led by Mrs. Johnsoin and roll call response os "where I spent my honey- loon." Mrs. Chailes Wilson gave tha secretary's report and a report was given on the Homemakers conference :it Purdue University. Three new members, Mrs. Tom Vilson, Mm. John Meister and Mrs. John Riggs, were welcomed. -Mrs. Nell is Lowe assisted Mrs. loach. Sixlten members attended he meeting. 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