Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 14, 1957 · Page 34
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 34

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune VARIED ACTIVITIES FEATURED AT BAPTIST WMS CIRCLE MEETINGS A 1, o'clock dessert Was enjoyed] preceding the meeting of the Metal K].-..-.— ; CU,.:,-- o McElhaney circle of the Baptist Nuulnl online 7 Temple Women's Missionary so- Initiation He-id ciety Wednesday afternoon at the A t r Q | I ec ) home of Mrs. Robert Hargrove, ^ ?'' ea «n«r. r* TvTariTvn Chr>iM 2309 Smead street. Mrs. Grace Marsh was co-hostess. Following the dessert served on. individual trays with a Thanksgiving motif, the meeting was conducted by the co-chairman, Mrs. Walter McElhaney. Mrs. Leonard Baker read the secretary-treasurer reports and the reading report was taken by Mrs. Hargrove. It was announced that the Men's Fellowship dinner will be Thursday, November 21, at 6:30 o'clock at the church. The meal will be prepared by the circle. Cards were signed and sent to Mrs. Hattie Stocks and Mrs. Lil- Thursday Evening, November 14, 193T. the Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of \A/; nnmnr ic White Shrine of Jerusalem, | vv lnamac / conducted initiation at the called! D. Of I/S Install meeting recently with worthy high! f\rr- i • , i priestesses, Watchmen of the! UTTICeTS Jointly shepherds, noble prophetesses and associate w?>.limen of the shop- Officers of Winarr.ac circle 123 ' and Logansport circle 136, Daugh- herds from other Shrines as guests, i te rs of Isabella, were installed Hugh baskets of fall flowers. Tuesc i ay evening in a joint service decorated the Shrine Room. Also used in the decorations were white doves of peace, a large lighted cross and the motto. Visiting worthy high priestesses and watchmen of the shepherds assisted with the initiation, attended by nearly 100 persons. The visiting Worthy High Priestess' and Watchman of Shepherds took part in the ceremonial. Fol- ]ie Stephens. A letter was read lowj the ceremonial dis tingiiish- from the Red^Cross urging women ;ed stumers were escorted to the East. They were; Supreme Material Objective Committee Member, Dorothy Gramling from Kendallville; District Deputy, Martha Fowler from Remington; Deputy to volunteer for Gray Lady service at the State hospital. Youth Vesper services will be held at the Wheatland avenue church November 24, and the annual business meeting and election; Supreme Watchman of Shepherds. of officers will be held Thursday j Elpert H. York from Naomi Shrine evening at the church. A good attendance is urged. Frances Webb, chairman of the White Cross, urged all clothing and household goods suitable for the Mather school be brought to the church no later than this weekend. The Baptist Woman's Day of Prayer is December 6. Mrs. Don Freehafer presented the program, using as her subject, "A Cup of Cold Water." Mrs. Quentin Danely offered devotions, "The Touch of the MBST ter's Hand." Mrs. Marsh gave the closing prayers. The next meeting is a general session of all circles at the church December 11 at 7:30 p.m. Martin Circle Mrs. Tom Young entertained the Edna Martin circle Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. D. Smith, chairman, in charge of the meet- Ing. Secretary-treasurer reports were given by Mrs. James Shideler in the absence of Mrs. C. G. Dial. The reading report was .read by chairman, Mrs_ Willis Fisherbuck. A motion was made that a money gift be sent for Christmas to Mrs. Edna Martin, missionary. The circle will assist with re; freshments at the Christmas party at the church December 11 at 7:30 p.m. Those women interested in join- Ing the Gray Ladies are asked to contact Mrs. Tuttle, 2970. December 6 is the Baptist Woman's Day of Prayer. Mrs. Marian Kline offered the Thanksgiving devotions, and Mrs. Lyle Daughtery read the Scripture. A symposium, "A Cup of Cold 'Water," was presented by Mrs. Young, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Fisherbuck and Mrs. Shideler. Dessert w.as served to nine members and one guest following the meeting. Mills Circle Dessert was served from tables decorated in a Thanksgiving motif with fall flowers when the •Mary Mills circle convened Wed- were, Lucille Hunter, Fern Ward, nesday afternoon at the home ot Seber Ward, and Robert Schlege" of Logansport. The Supreme Honorary officers were Ester Bcoth- royd from Lafayette, Mabel Logan from South Bend, Doris Roe from Niles, Michigan, Blanche Olsen from Muncie, Gertrude Click from the K, of C. hall here. Mrs. Marie White presided as installing 1 officer and those taking office were: Mary Garigan, Stella Stukofski, Past Regent; Ruthann Nufer, Betty Wolf, Regent; Rose Leonard, The-! resa Amelio, Vice Regent; Louise Stombaugh, Mary Ann Weiss, Financial Sec.; Mildred Brennan, Irene Holcomb, Recording Sec.; Mattie Shank 'Mamie Bauer,! FORMER LOCAL GIRL BRIDE NOV. 30 Pane! Discussion On Teenagers At Noble PTA Session A panel discussion on teenagers highlighted the Tuesday evening meeting of the Noble township PTA at the school gym with the president, Harold Reid, leading the opening- pledge. Devotions were offered by Mrs. June Eikelberner who used as her theme, "I Wonder What Our Attitude of Gratitude Is This Year". Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnette closed the devotions with a vocal duet, "Eventide" and were accompanied by Mrs. Mildred Moss. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Rebecca Barr an3 Mrs. Treasurer; Catherine Anne Parcel, Mary Golden, Chancellor; Mary Reutebuch, Thelma Raders- torf, Custodian; Betty Colgrove, Clara Powers, Monitor; Ruth Falvey, Mary Catherine Grunzinger, Scribe; Agnes Grabner, Nora Hinkle, Organist; Clara Gross, Mary L. Robison, Banner Bearer; Marie Nufer, Madeline Brandt, First Guide; Helen Brucker, Madeline Baldini, Second Guide; Rose Shank, Dorothy Kling, Outer Guard; Doro- Elkhart, Nellie C. McCurry from| thy Ke]leri E1 ' eanr)r Sp it zno gi ei j n i i - Remm-gton, Millie Logan ftwi| ner Guard and Gertrude shank) Rochester, Lavon Reim from Ft. Wayne, Ona Mangis from Frankfort, Margaret Cox from Anderson Rhea Monroe from Wabash, Dorothy Shugart From Kendallville, and Belva Wilson from Logansport, Mary Hershberger, Trustee. Fr. Meehan gave .a short talk'on the influence Catholic women have in promoting Christian Doctrine. Following Installation refresh- all present Worthy High Priestess' ; ments were served from a beauti- of their Shrine's. Other Supreme honorary officers being R. B fully decorated table centered with red carnations and white lighted Boothroyd from Lafayette, tapers. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Walter Click from Elkhart.' Mary Pasquale and Mrs. Faye Lef Robert Lessing from Elmer Mannis from Rochester, Frankfort, Parke Overman from South Bend, Charles Dittlnlzer from Anderson, and Seber Ward from Logansport, all present Watchman of Sheperds of their Shrine's. The Past Worthy High Priestess' and Watchmen of Shepherds were escorted to the East and intro- fert. Miss Rose Elaine Burkitt and her circle were in charge of refreshments. duced. There Past W. H. P. were and seventeen ten Past W.O.S. present. Retha Waters, a Past W.H.P. of Muncie Shrine, a newly elected third vice-president of the State association o; the order of the White Shrin-e of Jerusalem, was present. There were eight Noble Prophetess; and five associate W.O.S. They were special guest of Noble Prophetess, Lucille Hunter, and associate W.O.S., Robert Schlegelmilch. Guest were escorted to th« West and Lucille Hunter read a poem "Just Being Truly Thankful" to the guests. They were presented then. with gifts. The Worthy High Priestess' and Watchmen of Sheperds presented their guest with gifts. B'elva Wilson, the W.H.P. gave a poem in their honor. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Ollie Davis who had just celebrated her 85th birthday. The Worthy High Priestess thanked the committees. Those ;ssisting with the decorating McKinley PTA Lists Supper Committees Committees have been named for the chili and oyster supper to be held by the McKinley PTA Friday evening- at the school from 5 ;o 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Kerns will be in charge of the home-made baked goods to be on sale. Lillian 'Whitehouse, Broadway. 1815 East The business meeting was opened with the circle prayer, and the secretary - treasurer reports were given by Mrs. Harriet Lee. Mrs. Dorothy Mills recorded the reading for \he month. Several announcements were made and a letter from the Red Cross, urging participation in the Gray Lady program at the State hospital. Mrs. Tuttle requested women who wish to help to call her. Mrs. Florence Coons presented the lesson, "Christ, the Church and Race." Mrs. Mills closed with the devotions. Klinck Circle The Dwight Klinck circle staged a covered dish dinner meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Elizabeth BOizard with nine members and four guests present. A business meeting in charge of Mrs. Victor Smith was held with reports given. The group voted to remember shut-ins of the circle, and a cash gift is to be sent to Brooks House at Hammond Mrs. Wallace Loser reviewed the book, "Prudence Crandall," by Elizabeth Yates. The book told the story of a community in Connecticut and its racial prejudices in the 1800's. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer. Dodgson Circle Mrs. Bess Winemiller, 1802 East Broadway, entertained the Kenneth Dodgson circle Wednesday afternoon with circle chairman, Mrs. Donald Lutes, conducting the bus-i iness meeting. The secretary-treasurer reports wev« read by Mrs. Henry Lutes, and a letter was read by Helen Pipinger from Kenneth Dodgson in Assam, India. • It was announced that Baptist Woman's Day of Prayer will ,be December 6 at 8 'a.m. Clothes were collected to be sent' to Mather Girls' School. Devotions were given by Mrs. John Baker, and the lesson, "A Cup of Cold Water," on race relations was presented by Mrs. 'Rolland Meinzer. The next meeting will be a gen- «ral session at the church December 11. milch. Following the meeting over a hundred sojourners were served in Mrs. Bean Engle is Hie chairman Mrs. Lelia Burton. Donna Kiesling submitted the treasurer's report.' Eugene Sommers, home room teacher for the eighth grade, and Mrs. Leithel Hanawalt, home room teacher for the third grade, thanked all the parents taking part in the painting of their' rooms in October. NOTICE! SOCIETY REPORTERS The Pharos-Tribune and Press asks that society items, announcements, wedding stories and pictures for the COMBINED SUNDAY EDITION be submitted as follows: ^ 1. WEDDING STORIES and PICTURES should be brought into 'either office by Thursday evening. (This is to allow time for preparation of the stories and engraving of the pictures.) • 2 This also applies to ENGAGEMENTS and ANNIVERSARIES that include pictures with the stories. (ALL PICTURES ARE TO BE 5x7 GLOSSY PRINTS.) 3. It is especially requested that all wedding stories be CURRENT. (That is. if a wedding is to take place November 24, we ask that the story and picture, or at least the story, be used on the day of the wedding rather than a week or two later.) 4. News items for the Sunday edition will be NO MORE THAN TWO DAYS OLD. (Social meetings happening before Friday of the week of publication and not reported before Friday night will not be used by either paper until the following week.) 5. If announcements appear in bolh papers prior to Sunday, please do not request that they be run again on Sunday. 6. ONE CALL to the newspaper on announcements and social items is sufficient on Saturday. (Do not call in the morning and again in the afternoon or evening as one call will take care of all Sunday material.) Thank you for your cooperation. ruray 1957 issues of the Daughter! of the Amerian Revolution Magazine lias this article available for Richeson Home Is Scene Of DAR Meet The Old Towne Chapter of Ihc.rny person who would like a pro- Daughters of the American Revo-j gram on the Ladies of the White ution met Monday evening at the lome of Mrs. Bea Richeson, 1826 High street. Adams Studio, Kokomo. BETROTHED—Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tubbs, of 1414 West Taylor street, Kokomo, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Judith Kay, to Bobby Wayne Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Ford, of Gadsden. Alabama. ' The wedding will take place -at 11:30 o'clock Saturday morning, November 30,- at St. Patrick's- Catholic church in Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Tubbs and Judith are former residents of Logansport. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) FLETCHERS LAKE WSCS The WSCS of the Fletchers Lake church met recently at the' home of Mrs 1 . Nora Penny with Mrs. Effie Robbins, president, in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Ada Miller offered devotions, and Mrs. Essie Foutz presented the missionary lesson assisted by Mrs. Wanda Hauser and of committees: tickets, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dilling; publicity and cashier, Mr. and Mrs. M. Emler;tables, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Piper; crackers and butter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fissel; coffee, Mr. and Mrs. Bean Engle; drinks, Mr. and Mrs. Ira McCormick; oyster stew, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas; chili, Mr. and Mrs. John Beale; kitchen, Mr .and Mrs. Harry Bowles, Mr and Mrs. Alonzo Brady; hot dogs, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson; sandwiches, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sedam; relishes, Mr. and Mrs. John Rice; bake sale, Mr. and Mrs. Garland, Kerns; ice cream, Mr. and Mrs. Al Weimer. Mrs. Donald McDow.ell,. president, urged all members and friends to attend. > WHITE' ROSE CLUB , . Sixteen members of the wtiite Rose club held a Thanksgiving dinner Tuesday evening at.the Gor! met Cafeteria. the club room. The tables were: Later the group convened at the decorated in the Thanksgiving motive, with' horns of plenty filled with fruit and flowers decorating the tables. v The committee in charge of refreshments was Nellie Dotterer, Carol Fiedler. Regina Redding, and Marie Burch. The next meeting will be a stated meeting, Nov. 21. All were urged to attend the Fish supper Wednesday Nov. 13. home of Mrs. Marie Timmons, 141-0 High street, to play cards. Members from Detroit and Kokomo attending. Kloise Huckelberry joined the club and plans were made to hold a Christmas party Dec-ember 9th at the home of-Eloise Huckelberry. The next meeting will be held November 25th witK Mr. Agnes Murphy, 810 Spear street. Mrs. Helen Bassler read a letter Tom the Methodist missionary in tndia. The president conducted the business meeting, and roll call was answered with "where I would like :o spend Thanksgiving." Each member brought a game :o be sent to a settlement house in Chicago to be distributed for Christmas. Two vocal selections were given by Mrs. Mary Price, and Mrs. Margaret Sutton. Mrs. Price was in charge of other entertainment. The door prize was won by Mrs. Foutz. The next meeting will be in the church- basement with a coverec dish dinner at noon. There will be a 50-cent Christmas gift exchange, SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY The president announced that the school Thanksgiving program will be held November 27th at 2:15 p.m. in the school gymnasium. The budget and finance commit- .ee reported that they are making plans for a project to be carried out after the holidays. The president asked that the commit- Lce meet following the meeting. Mrs. Pat Reid and Mrs. John Beety reported that the Keystone Visual Eye test is now in progress with grades seven and eight with part of_the sixth grade"completed. Reports will be sent home wifti ihose children needing attention at the close of the survey. Mrs. June Eikelberner, program chairman, introduced a panel, Mrs. Ed McKaig, Mrs. Gladis Nice, Mrs. Mildred Moss and Mrs. Helen Blank. Eugene Sommers was moderator. They used the topic "Are Teen- The meeting was opened by the Regent Mrs. Matilda Lybrook. Mrs. Charlotte VanDoorn, chaplain, led the opening, and the pledge to the flag was led by Mrs. Pearl White followed by the D.A.R. salute. Secretary Mrs. Ruth Kelt, read the minutes of the October meeting and the treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Faye Johnson. Correspondence was read from Mrs. Louise Jones of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Jane Carpenter. The Chapter voted to send $8.00 to the Approved School at Tamassee for the porch fund. Mrs. Patty Montgomery gave an rtticle from the D.A.R. Press Digest by J. Edgar Hoover. "It is House Refreshments of pumpkin pic topped with whipped cream and coffee were served to 20 members and 2 guests. Mrs. Berry and Miss Janet Richeson. Hostesses .vere Mrs. Fay Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Bishop, Mrs. Florence Kilborn, Miss Elhel Funk and Mrs. Bea Richeson. 6:30 p."m.—Circles, Calvary- Pres-!agers Taking Over?" bytefian church, joint supper Following the panel discussion, at church. the president asked that teenagers ZION W.S.C.S. The November meeting o! the Zion Methodist WSCS was held at the home of Mrs. Louise Clary. Mildred Elliott presented the program lesson on "Christ on the Campus" assisted by Lena Fenton, Bety Lease and Myla Clary. Blanche Hedde gave the devotions. Business was conducted by the Suicide to Ignore Threat of Com- presidcnt| Jessie clary, and roll rminism " • ca ]j was answered by naming a The Organizing Regent of Old Town Chapter, Mrs. Josephine Berry, who now resides at the Peabody Home at North Manchester, was a guest at the meeting. Mrs. Berry complimented the Peabody home on its cleanliness, good food, and the hospitality of North Manchester. Residents Methodist college or University. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The president read a letter of thanks for the district superintendent for the work in redecorating the parsonage. Margaret Crimmons was appointed to meet with a representative from the Webb Chapel and Fletchers of the town call at the home to j Lake to purchase a new stove for 7:30 .p.m.—St. Rose study club, St. prepare a similar panel after the j lake the ladies to church or drives, the parsonage. first of the year. The next meeting will be held Tuesday evening,' December 17th at ,7:30 P.m. Joseph, Mrs. Elizabeth Bieker. 7:30 p.m.—Ruth circle, Wheatland avenue Methodist church, Mrs. Tom Weigand. 8 p.m.—American Legion Auxiliary, Memorial home. 8 p.m.—Amaranth Court No. 4, IOOF hall. 8 p.im.—Ladies Eagle Booster club, club rooms. 8 p.m.—Potbawattomie HD club, j president, in charge. through the country or to visit i The December 4th meeting will "' ' ' " ---- J =- • be a carry-in supper and Christmas PEARL SEEKERS CLASS Mrs, Clarence Newer entertain- friends when the need is known. North Manchester college give some type of entertainment every Sunday at 3 at the home either music, talks, or pictures. Mrs. Faye Johnson gave a paper on the "Ladies of Die While ed the Pearl Seekers class of St.! H «' Jse -" Tlle January and Feb- Luke's Lutheran church Monday '.evening with Mrs. Laurel Reed, exchange for families to be held at 6:30 p.m. in the church. Josephine Frushour will be hostess. Jeanetta Shafer and Jessie Clary were contest winners. Refreshments were served to the 23 members, 11 children and a guest. Sally Scotney. FRLDAY All-day— 'Deer Creek township War Mothers, Mrs. Floyd Stafford. 1:30 p.m.— Keystone Ladies club, YWCA parlors. Read the Classified Ads Minnie Sarig offered the devotions. During the social hour, contest prizes went to Mrs. Pearl Jones, Mrs. Mayme Lux and Miss Sarig. Lunch was served to 14 members and one guest, Mrs. Daisy Hinkle. The next meeting will be' a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Elsie Farrer, assisted by i Mrs. Raymond Etnire. 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