ren Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune C. L SHARP ADDRESSES FRANKLIN PTA ON 'GREATEST EARTHLY POWER' The Franklin Parent-Teachers Association met for its first meeting Tuesday evening in the Riley Auditorium with- Mrs. William Hile! presiding. C.'L Sharp appeared before the group and spoke on "The greatest earthly power—people working together". A question and answer. ed period followed. Tneressa Issacs, first grade pupi-1, played two selections on tlie piano, "To My Valentine" and "Fifteen Men On a Pirate Boat". The ".'sixth-grade girl scout troop number one then sang "America The- Beautiful." Mrs. Dale Issacs offered devotions-on the theme "Thanksgiving" and !Mrs. Hile called the meeting to order. The secretary's and treasurer's report were read by Mrs; George Vaughan and Mrs. Kay" Speital, respectively. Mrs. Speital reported that she is still' taking subscriptions for the P-TA magazine and it is hoped that, every parent will subscribe to the magazine. Mrs. John Sikorski, chairman of the legislative committee reported on the work of her committee. Mrs. Hile announced the Franklin P-TA study group will meet Tuesday night, November 19, with Mrs;. Roberta Nelson, route 5. The--topics for this month arc: "Home-grown character traits." Ten. point protection against molesters" and "What young peo- Name Committees For Longfellow PTA Festival On Friday Committees have been named for the annual PTA Fall Festival at the Longefellow school Friday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. A magic show will be given three times during the evening. The committee in charge includes Mrs. Lois Sco:ney, Mrs. Micky Crou.se and Mrs. Evelyn Anderson. Other committees are: Mrs. Virginia Wolfe and Mrs. Helen Winings, wishing well; Betty Simpson, Mrs. Walter Ferguson, Mrs. Rotett, Alice Sayger, Anita Leedy and Catherine Coryell, cake walk: Mrs. Frank Baker, Mrs. Tom Hirschauer, Mrs. Fred Reap and Mrs. Clifford Wild, coffee and doughnuts. Carolyn Moore, Dixie Baker, Millie Kline and Janet Bru'baker, PSI IOTA X! TO SEND 5000 YULE GIFTS TO MENTALLY ILL CHILDREN Psi Iota Xi sorority members of .Health' Association, the Indiana Indiana will donate and distribute 5000 gifts to mentallv ill children, jiges one through 14, for Christmas, it was announced at the Alpha Xi chapter meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Thomas Medland, 2330 East Broadway. Fifty members attended the session conducted by Mrs. Edgar groups will donate gifts to these, mentally ill children Mn the following hospitals: Muscatatuck, at Butlerville, Fort Wayne 1 'State Training.School, and the Village for Epileptics at New Castle. Members are asked to bring designated personalized gifts, Christmas-wrapped and tagged, to the next social Closson, president. Mrs. Holland ' Johnson reported on the peanut • crunch and mint sales, and Mrs. James Myers announced candy available. Mrs. Jack Fairman, general rummage sale chairman, and Mrs. John Davis, fall rummage sale ..-.. — ------ *, ---- -- t ,junn jjavis, ictu luuuncigc oaiu popcorn and cokes; Mrs. 0^i i:hairman , repor ted on the Psi Iota T3ntp*t*> A^T>r» T«-\V»n mimn Ac*uH ... -IIIII->I.L «n Si rummage sale held October 26 ple 'Can't parents". talk over with their Both parents and . teachers are urged to attend and anyone -wishing transportation to the meeting may call Mrs. Hile. Charles Burns, -chairman of the project committee, announced his committee members are Mr. .and Mrs:,, Robert Murphy and Mrs. Frank White. The room count was taken with the -attendance award going to Miss Keys' third grade class for the third month in a row. A Asocial hour followed with refreshments served by the hospitality committee, Mrs. Richard Ashby, chairman. Baker, Mrs. John Julian, Agda Late,- Anita Schmidt and Beverly Duddy, homemade candies and cookies; Margaret Hart, Dorothy Vhitmeycr, Vera Wilson, Mildred Veese, fish pond; Mary Bannister, Mrs. McNaught, Mrs. William Hip- her and Bernicc Moon, homemade gifts. Alice Sayger, Anita Leedy, Lois iVharton and Mrs. Wlssinger, white elephant booth; Helen Welsh, Mrs. Andrew Michael, Mrs. - Jane Rife and'Mrs. Joe Ogle, ping pong oss game; Mrs; Maxine Sw.isher, i/irs. Manuel Madeira and Mrs. Re- >ert Latz, balloon dart game; Dorothy Kimbrough,-Martha Snyder, LaVonm: Gust, Edith Doty, Jeanetta Weigert, Manelle Waite, Marian Honick and DuAnna Patty, tic- cet sales. Father-Son Event Staged At Lockport There were 95 persons .present at the 'father and son banquet held at the Lockport Congregational Christian church Saturday evening. Following the dinner, John Temple introduced several guests including Rev. Longnecker, of the Hickory Grove church, -Rev. Coleman of the Rockfield •Presbyterian church, and Rev. Marion Williams, minister of the host church from Lebanon. Bradford Lambert of Indianapo lis was also a guest. He is a notable artist, and at the present time is painting a mural at the front of the church auditorium. He is also conducting art classes and giving lectures in many Indiana cities. A piano solo was presented by Junior Bose'and David Smith-entertained with whistling two se lections accompanied by Mrs Gale Crowell at the piano. Rev. Raymond Skelton, of Lo- Kansport, was introduced by Mr Temple and was the evening's speaker. His topic'was "Rise Up and Build." INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Cits of G eehcastle today petitioned the Indi na Public Service Commis sion rate , make additions to its munic ipal waterworks and issue $530,000 wor h of . Presbyterian church, Mrs. Le OK Water Bate Hike for authority to raise water md 27. Workers who assisted the :hairmen were Mrs. Ramon 1 Simpson, Mrs. Marie Hickman, Miss Amy Ei-kelberner, Mrs. William Jones, Mrs. Paul Porter, Mrs. Seorge Closson, Mrs. .Fred Stanton, Mrs Francis Sebastian, Mrs. Harrold Robb, Mrs. Albert Walsh, Mrs. Robert Kreuzberger, Mrs. Ed Yeazel, Mrs.. Richard Carr, Miss Mary Ellen Mull,. Mrs. Robert George, and Mr^.. Melvin Greensfelder. As a .'community,. service from the rummage sale committee, the sorority completely outfitted a Excharigette Officers Elected Mrs. Helen Hillis entertained the Exchangettes Tuesday evening at ier home at which time a dessert was served ..'and a report of the nominating committee heart. Dor othy Hershberger assisted. During the business meeting, plans were discussed for a 1 gift exchange and Christmas baskets' Urs. HjUis showed slides on her re- :ent European trip. The nominating committee reported Mrs. Florence Chapman, resident; Sally Short, vice-president; Lorraine Garver, secretary; Marjorie 'Smith, treasurer. Cards were played with prizes going to Catherine Yoder, Bertha Wayward and Mrs. Chapman. The December meeting .will be with Mrs'. Chapman assisted by Nancy ichmidt. . which will be held at the Brice Fitzgerald, , on November 25. more i me Christmas gift project com- imittee includes Mrs. Mark Smith, chairman, and Mrs. Robert Kreuzberger. Mrs. Vera Anderson, a transfer from the Washington, Indiana chapter, was introduced as a r.ew member. Mrs. Robert White, Northern Province chairman, thanked the members for their fine work and cooperation in making the recent Northern Province meeting in Logansport a huge success. Mrs. Thomas Baker and Mrs. Jack Fairrnan reported on the candy and raffle sales at the Northern Province meeting. * 'Mrs. Edgar Closson, 'National Publicity Chairman, and Mrs. White, reported on the Southern Province meeting which they re- aui \ji luj" uuijj^icuri y isuiiibLcu a .tii/vin^c *ii\.-***ii»^ " •.*»*.». -...-^ - — needy family of seven children, cently attended .at Linton, Indiana. Large boxes of good used cloth-! Mrs. Robert Kitchell gave a re- ing were also given to the Salva- "' """ tion Army, Cass County Children's Home, Longcliff State Hospital, and the Neal Home for Ladies. Local members of the sorority again voted to contribute to the National Christmas Gift project. Cooperating with the Mental port of the extension committee. Alpha Xi Chapter was extended an invitation to attend the Mid- Year Luncheon in the Egyptian Room of the Murat Temple, Indianapolis on Saturday, February 8, 1958. ' . Mrs. Harrold' Robb and Mrs. W. A. Hickman -thanked 15 Psi Iota Xi members who assisted the Red Cross by recruiting blood bank donors for November 6. The recruiting telephone committee included Mrs. Donald Green, Mrs. Albert Walsh, Mrs. Edward Smith, Mrs. Donald Grubbs, Mrs.-Charles Barnes, Mrs. Frank Beck, Mrs. Holland Johnson, Mrs. Richard McDonald, Mrs. Thomas Medland, Mrs.'Clay Morris, Mrs. E. Q. Nagle, Mrs. Ed Yeazel, Mrs. Leland L. Smith; and Mrs.-James Myers. Mrs. Richard McDonald told of plar.s for the Irene Myers Industrial Night to be held on November 19 at 7:45 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. The social committee for November 25 in addition to Mrs. Fitzgerald, hostess, includes Mrs. John Hiatt, chairman, Mrs. Leland L. Smith, Mrs. Alvin Johnson, and Miss Gertha Sturgeon. The business meeting was adjourned. During the social hour refreshments were served by Mrs. Medland, Mrs. Joseph Ulil, and Mrs, Lynn O'Neill. Practical Nurses To Attend Workshop Several Licensed Practical Nurses of the Logansport Division will attend a workshop at the Rice auditorium .in Indianapolis Thursday anil Friday. Attending will be Mrs. Ruth Barr, Mrs. Wanita Schaefer, Mrs. Pearl Lyson, Mrs. Pearl Roach, Mrs. Grace Small, Mrs. Pauline Kinzie and Mrs. Gladys Black. Wednesday Evening, November 13, 1S57. SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday p.m.—Progressive HD club, Mrs. Nell Boyer. THURSDAY Noon—Charity Division 4, GIA Ladies, AFL hall. 1:15 p.m.—St. Luke's Women of the Church, Mrs. Harry Jones. 1:30 p.m.—Women of St. Paul's church, Mrs. Mildred Lamb. L:30 p.m.—Jefferson HD'club No. 2, Ruby Buchanan. , 1:30 p.m.—Clay township HD club, Neal Home. 1:30 p.m.—Mothers of World War 2, Unit 131, Onward, Mrs. Edith .Schwartz. . 2 p.m.— Women's Society, Lucerne anns Pre - Holiday Sale • * of Millinery Starts Thursday Morning'. 100 Hats y> Price / £* ' . Values $5 — $20 • _ .- . . Sale Priced $2.50 — $1.0 . . • ( .. . Every Fall. Hat Reduced 10% to 5Q% Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Convenes Zeta Tau chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Tuesday evening at the home of Sandy DeGrief with roll call and the treasurer's report opening the session. An invitation was read from Epsilon Gamma chapter at. Plymouth for a dance November 30. • As .a money-making projectg the group voted to sell candy. Donations for Mrs. Klineman's home are to be brought to Bonnie Kite, Joan Rolewicz or Donna Cox by November 26. Pledge training meetings will begin Wednesday, November 19, at the home of Phyllis Dillman. The next meeting will be a progressive supper November 26 beginning at Marcie Brewer's at 6:30 p.m. Emera Club Meet Attended By 27 Twenty-six members and one guest met at the home of Nellie Dolterer Tuesday evening when the Emera club was entertained. Following the business meeting, games were enjoyed with prizes going to Flora Jackson, Virginia Spencer, Lavon Johnson and Max ine Bennett. It was voted to have a 50-cent gift exchange at the December meeting, the date to be announcec later. Miss Minnie Sarig talked on her recent Eastern trip. Open House Held By Jefferson PTA Jefferson ' PTA conducted open house Tuesday evening at the school preceding the regular business meeting. Devotions were given by Mrs. Elmer Thomas; Mrs: Carl Schuback, secretary's report; and Miss Pauline Loeffler, treasurer's account. It was voted to send the Cub master and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cochran, to the re- Pi ns Awarded By Railroad Society Fifty members and families of the L. S. to B. of L. F. and E. attended the turkey dinner Tuesday evening at the YMCA. Mrs. Josephine Puett and Lizzie Harner were presented 50-year pins; Laura Miller and Lily Ferguson, 40-year pins. Other pins will be mailed to members. Cards and bunco were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Ruth Sle- cognition dinner November 20. vens Mrs. Puett, Bill Weaver, Don ~" , m .. . , „!Thomas, Mrs. Carol Frushour and A report of the T-shirt sale was ^ _ given by Mrs. Samuel Upton. The! attendance prize went to Mrs. Harkins' afternoon kindergarten class. The Christmas program will be December 19 wild entertainment to be presented by the lower grades. Personals John A. M-arocco, local teacher, is reported recovering satisfactory from major surgery at St. Eli Alice Gaynell Lipsc'omb, three- Tio,nth-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Lipscomb, 712 West Miami avenue, is reported in erious condition at the James Vhitcomb Riley hospital in Indianapolis. ALL SALES FINAL clara aim's 325 FOURTH th% fabulous new UNIVERSAL classic PORTABLE •"tf Gwrontttdby Good HMMk*i|ilnt Heavy, duty, Patch-O-Matic, Drop Head Flexible Foot, Locking Reverie, Complete Attachments and a 20 year guarantee. . • • SPECIAL THIS WEEK Reg. $9.95 Button Holer FREE! With Other PORT ABIE $79.50 CONSOLE $10930 BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES 318 E. Broadway Phon. 4454 Door prizes went to Mrs. Mary Swayze, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Lee Montgomery. EUB LADIES AID The Ladies Aid Society of the Broadway EUB church met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Evelyn Bauch, 1830 George street. Mrs. Bauch, president, in charge of the meeting which opened wilh prayer by Mrs. Moliie Alber followed by the secretary and treasurer reports read by Mrs. Maudie ,Priesthoff and Mrs. Pearl Fife. abeth hospital in Lafayette. He< Various reports were heard and s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Marocco, 1307 Wright street. projects planned. Named on a purchasing committee were Mesdames Bauch, Blanche Miller and Pearl Fife who will buy material to make mince meat. Mrs. Alber closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Betty Ellars and _ Mr*. Pearl Fife won contests prizes. Refreshments were served. / Pre Jhanksgmng Juniors, Misses, Petites, Women's SAVE ON FASHION COATS Our stock is overflowing with new styles— fine fabrics- lavish fur-trimsl All priced at dollars less than you'd expectl GROUP 1 Were $49.95 $69.95 NOW $37.88 $51.88 Group 2 ..' Wfere $75.00 $99.50 NOW $55.88 $71.88 Group 3 Were $105.00 $150.00 NOW $78.00 $112.00 326 East Broadway ANNIVERSARY SALE Tweed Skirts Values From $8.98 to $12.98 Special purchase of wool tweed 4C ^* skirts in walker style by Sum- ^ ^% * **.. mitt. Our Big Annual Money-Saving Event! Loads of Special Purchases of New Merchandise Plus Tremendous Mark-Downs in All Departments. The Event That Stretches Your Xmas Dollars. Wool Suits Values From $35.98 to $59.95 . Wool tweed suits with detachable mouton fur collars. Also other fabrics. ' . $ 30 Novelty Blouses Values to $5.98 Clean sweep of all odds and ends of Ivy League styled blouses. s 3 WINTER COATS Values to $49.95 Values to $59.98 Values to $79.95 Values to $118 '38 $ 44 *66 $ 88 Coed styled coats in mony Coats for women of all 7 ' types and tastes. Classic fabrics. Some with pile lin- d ress up styles. Newest ing. Sizes 5 to 15-6 to 16. fashion details. Special purchase of black Luxurious fabric coat with coat* by Angela. Our fa- mink collars in the fash- mous exclusive label coats ions leading styles and of distinction. colors. 2 Sweaters $3.98 to $5.98 Value $ FOR 5 Special purchase famous Lampl Sweaters in wooli and nylons. Assorted styles. Suits Values to $16.98 $ 10 Purses Values to $7.98 $ 3 Corduroy Coats Worth $25.00 Beautifully styled all weather coats of corduroy. New colors. 18 Fall Dresses Values From $14.98 to $29.95 *10*14 $ 18 i Dresses for now, and later repriced for this event on j y ._SJiei for juniors, misses-Petites and half sizes. Wools, crepes, dark cottons and many other fabrics. Fall Hats Values to $10.98 Blacks Green Ruby Pink Beige Whit* Featuring the new look in clocks—b»r»ta-pill-box and the large brim hats. 4 Velvets Felts Sctin Panne Velour Gossard Girdles Regular $8.95 Special purchase shaped cut, .£ elastic banding front -and back ™ panel. Boneless. 5 Panty Regular $8.95 The famous panty girdle "legs can't feel". Shaped cut. Feather stitch trimmed. Girdles 5"
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