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fix Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 8 CURVED BAR AWARDS MADE AT .ST. VINCENT HOME, SCHOOL MEET 'Eight Girl Scouts received Curv-| ed Bar Awards at the Thursday iMpthnlitf evening meeting of the St. Vin- 1 i. " A f vKA A V cent Home and School Associa-jMeetS At Y/V\LA rOT tion conducted at the school auditorium, , Mrs. Joseph Grunzinger, vice- president, was the presiding of- " Party Nineteen members of the Mfttho- lite cfciss of the Broadway Metho_. • - ,, , , lttc UltlaO Wl LUC uiwuuyrctj J.TJ.I.UHU-- ficer. Father Edawrd Matuszak • dist church atten ded a "football. 8a ™ 6 th ^?£ emng1 >!?r. ayer - .. J party" Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Althea Killian, president 'ymCA of the Girl Scout Council, spoke j A s[ ; ort busines s meeting was Curved Bar, j conducted by the vice .p r e s ident, the highest award in Girl Scouting. Miss Betty Minneman, Girl Scout leader, presented the girls •with their merit badges and Mrs. Velma Hines, Curved Bar chairman, awarded the following girls: Mary Ellen Jones, Carol Pasquale, Jane Ann Cook, Sarah Ma lady, Roberta Kleifgen, Joan Rps si, Marilyn Medland and Louisi Oilman. Father Matuszak congratulated the girls and spoke on the values of Scouting. Harold Hutchcraft, committee chairman of the Boy Scout troop 27, told of the projects being car ried on by the troop. Their dough nut sale netted the Scouts $113.70 . Sister Aloysia's first grade won the attendance prize. Henry Ho dte, director coordinatpr of the local high school, spoke and show ed a film on the work he is doing for the students in a cooperative training program being carried ou' at the local high school. The next meeting will be December 11 and will include a Christinas gift exchange. The committee serving refreshments included Mrs. Bernard Brindle, chairman, Mrs. Carl Culp, Mrs. Robert Bucks, Mrs. Edward Daniels, Mrs. Ear! Hizer, Mrs. Jack McLochlin, Mrs. Frank ' Russo, Mrs. Wesley Sch- rimscher, Mrs. Marie Albrecht, Mrs. Josephine lies. Mrs. Pasquale Rozzi and Mrs. Wilbur Turner. Neal Home Scene Of Clay HDMeet Clay township HD club convened at the Neal Home Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Jennie Callendar in charge of the meeting. The history of the song of the month was presented by Mrs. Margaret Moore followed by group singing. Minnie Jones accompanied at the piano. Eighteen members answered roll call with "if I were building a new home, what type I would have." Betty Johnson offered devotions, "My Most Thankful Day." Mrs. Alice Beck read the secretary's report and Mrs. Eva Williams, the treasurer's account. The Jiext meeting will be a covered dish dinner with Mrs. Alice Deck, Mrs. Laura Calloway and Mrs. Hazel Bassler in charge. • Mrs. Eva Williams presented the lesson on landscaping, "Developing the Grounds." Mrs, Ward talked on the history of the Neal Home and how it is operated. Mrs. Bassler won the door prize. Favors were presented to residents of the Home. Mrs. Juanita Hatch, and Mrs. Blanche Warner served refreshments. Columbia Group Begins Lessons iColurrtbia PTA Study group met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Bernard Bender, 1U24 Magnolia street, at which time the tSrst lesson in the school age courses was given. .'"This is My Very Own" was the topic of the lesson. The next •meeting will be December 12 at the home of Mrs. G. W. Wolf. Refreshments were served at close of the meeting. the ; DANIEL WEBSTER PTA •Daniel Webster PTA met Tuesday evening at the kindergarten room of the school with Eugene Denham, president, in charge. ;Prayer was offered by Mr. Good- nian, principal. Quentin Dandy reported on the sale of magazine subscriptions and Mr. Denham an- njiunced that after the meeting and classroom visitation, fathers ajid troop committeemen were asked to meet to discuss a Scout troop. •Mr. Weddington reported on the expansion program of the school. George Webb wag introduced as tfije PTA representative to the School Citizen's Advisory Council. 'Mr. Goodman explained the school bank savings plan and introduced Miss Nancy Hupp, an Indiana University student teacher who is working with Mrs. Runyon. .'The next meeting will be a Christmas party. Classrooms were visited following the meeting. Mary Jane Buck, in the absence of Mae Blom, president. Nicky Maris offered devotions on "Handling Your Disappointments Skillfully," from a booklet by Norman Vincent Peale. Secretary-treasurer reports were read by Marilyn Moore. The following committee was announced to decide on some of the minor needs of the children's church, school classrooms for which a portion 1 of the treasury has been set Projects Discussed By. Ruth Circle At November Meeting Several.plans were discussed at the Thursday evening meeting of the Ruth circle of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church at the home of Mrs. Lois Weigand. Joan Foster offered the devotions, and Nell Thomas presented the lesson on "Christ on the Campus," telling of students' work and Christians' responsibility towards them. She also listed the students at college who are members of the Wheatland church. Rev. Weigand spoke on the financial drive to begin Sunday, No- aside. Jim Beatty, Walter Frick, jVember 24. He also told plans for Harriet Ulmer, Mary Taylor and [the organization of a Junior Choir Mable Bowman are on this com-(for the children of the primary mittee. ! and junior departments. It was decided that the class; Polly Carbaugh presided at the will provide a Thanksgiving bas-j business meeting when the secre- ket for a needy family. The com-1 tary-treasurer reports were read MONEY TREE CONSTRUCTED FROM MARKET STREET WSCS PROJECTS The Market Street Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service held a carry in dinner Wednesday at'the church. Small trees decorated in coins were placed on the tables, surrounding a large bare-limbed tree. Each circle chairman fastened leaves on the branches, one leaf for each $25.00 contribution, to "Come As You Are" Party Staged By HD A "come as you are" party was staged by "the Bethlehem township home demonstration club Wednesday afternoon at the Twelve Mile Community building with 22 members and one guest oiety work. The Local . Church Activities form a money tree. This money, present, was raised by circle projects and! Mrs. Evelyn Strong, vice-presi- individual gifts for Woman's So- dent,, opened the meeting, and Mrs. Eleanor Mikbsell read the secretary's report. Roll call was answered with "the kind of cookies I brought for exchange." Mrs. Georgann Pickens offered the pledges, and devotions were given by Mrs. Inez Frushour. The history of the song of the month was-read by Mrs. Edna Williamson. A thank-you note was read from committee under the direction of the chairman, Mrs, William 0. Galloway, was in charge of the dinner. The vice-president, Mrs. Shirley Bowman, opened the afternoon meeting with a scripture reading and a report of the work of the Federation of Methodist Women. Nicky Maris. Due to the illness of Geraldine Thompson, Delores Echols was appointed chairman of the dinner to be served to the Toastmistress club November 18, Appreciation was expressed t<i those who helped redecorate the kindergarten church school room The meeting was turned over tc the program chairman, Nicky Maris. The group was divided into two "football teams," Iowa and Ohio State. Several contests were played with "touchdowns" credited to the winning teams. Ohio State won by a considerable margin. Popcorn and cokes were served at "halftime" and pie and coffee at the end of the "game." The committee included Dick and Enid Fawcett and Gene and Donna Smith. Kick-Off Dinner At Country Club Plans for the 1958 membership drive at the Logansport Country club will be announced at a kickoff dinner meeting Saturday eve ning at the club. A buffet dinner will be served rom 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. with the membership session to begin at 9 ,m Committees for the 1058 session and details of the menibersliip drive will be presented by Dick Eliott, Jr., president, and other members of the Board of Direc- ors, Kay Hilkert, Myron Hiatt, )arl Kragh and Joe McClain. Reservations will also be accepted" and plans made for the Anni- the joint December meeting will include Jean Porter and Doris SS the Home project for the day's prayer. w H „ Mrs. Weigand presented the sup- Seoretary with students in scho ols ply askings to the group and re- of hi g ))er education was presented quested anyone having children's • by Mrs Harrv winings and Mrs . sweaters to bring them to the De-JFred Heinrich cember meeting These items will Mrs ; Carl Hendryx, president, V\n. oftVlt -t-n ATn.i*vUl<mt.VmA<4 Un.«>.« rt-t- ' •iff ."** **•* I be sent to Neighborhood House at Fort Wayne. It was.also voted to send diapers to Korea. Ruth Fickle was in charge of games with prizes going to Dee Morgan, Edythe^ Carlson and Kathleen Hewitt. Refreshments were served by the hostess and co-host- tess, Mrs. Fickle, to 16 members and two guests, Mrs. Wanda Foster and Mrs. Betty Lawhorne. Turkey Dinner Held By Progressive HD Decorations were in keeping with Thanksgiving at the turkey dinner staged by the Progressive HD club Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Nell Boyer, 536 Bates street. Mrs. Agnes Rehwald offered devotions 'at the meeting, opened with the club creed. The song of the month was read by Mrs. Leon a Holt, and roll call was answered •with a "turkey dressing recipe." Mrs. Boyer gave the Achievement day report announcing Mrs. Helen Isaacs of the club has plac-. ed fourth in the road-e-o. Announcement was made that :he club would be in charge of table decorations at the YWCA. •ersary Formal dinner dance to November 25th. Guests were Anna be heW November 23 at the club. Lanning, Cora. Plank and Peg Willard. Crazy Bingo was played with prizes going to Joan Michael, Agnes Skelton, Agnes Rehwald, Evetta Rector, Glenna Burkit. Peg Willard received the door prize. Mrs. Boyer was assisted by Evelyn Conn. The next meeting will be held December 4th with the Christmas dinner at Ben Hur. D ottawattomie HO Yule Party Dec. 12 Sally Scotney entertained the Pottawattomie HD club Thursday evening with Catherine Summers, resident, in charge. The home ec creed was given n unison, and Mrs. Scotney read he roll call and secretary's re port. Mrs. Mary Raber present' ed the treasurer's account and de- otions. Mary Martin and Esther Cummings were appointed in charge of he Christmas basket committee. The lesson on landscaping was given by Mrs. Cummings. A gift exchange of $1.50 will be leld at the Christmas party Decimber 12 at the home of Wanda VTartin. Bingo was enjoyed fol- owing the meeting. The NAOMI WSG Naomi Wesleyan Service Guild met Tuesday evening at the Market Street Church parlors. In- liana Davidson,- Co-ordinator had •harge. of' the meeting. Devotions were given by Ruby Dompier ap.d esson by Mary Ellen Hughes and luby Dompier. Money was col- ected from candy sale, and it was voted to reorder the candy, t was voted to change the meet- ng nite from the second Tuesday to third Wednesday on the month. Refreshments were served >y the hostesses Vivian Shafer and Clare Sturdivant. Next meet- ng will be a Christmas party on Jecember 18th, with gifts for the Christian Childrens Home. Window Shades Rugs-Carpets Upholstery Venetian Blinds Draperies-Slipcovers Phone 3609 MO t. MarV.I Slntt HOLIDAY HATS I have just returned from Chicago with a stunning new selection of millinery for the gay season ahead. ^Bl/OUSES AND COSTUME JEWELRY TOO! SHOP NOW WHILE SELECTION IS LARGE Ruth Don MILIIN'ERY CENTER MT B. Broadway Phone J54I SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY 7:30 p.m.—Mothers of World War 2, Unit 18, Memorial home. 7:30 p.m.—Logansport Garden club, Mrs. Murial Weser, 7:30 p.m.—Jewel Rebekah lodge 541, IOOF hall. 7:30 pjn.—Worthwhile HD club, •Mrs. Dewey Heyde.- 8 p.m.—Third Mothers study club, Mrs. Olive Harvey. p.m.—Fourth . Mothers study club, Mrs. .Robert Lawrence. Saturday 7:30 p.m.—Past Presidents Parley, American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Lenora Hipsher, Sunday 12:30 p.m.—Builders class, Broadway EUB church, at church. was in charge of the business session. An "In Remembrance Gift" used for missions in the Woman's Division Work was given by those present during the memorial service for Mrs. Nella Hendee. Mrs. Richard Flory, Christian Social Relations Secretary, presented the Charter of Racial Policies of the Woman's Division. Mrs. Rose, Spiritual Life Secretary, reported on the study course, Study; of the Gospel of St. Mark, being held OKI Thursday evenings of November and the first Thursday of December. Mrs. Donald .Schmidt, Supply Secretary, read a list of special Christmas supply askings; and it was agreed that each circle be notified of their share of giving. Mrs. John Leirer reported on the World Community Day of the Log a n s p o r t Council of United Church Women and the Tricks or Treats for the UNICEF Children. The Youth of Market Street, Church collected $135.00. After dedication of -circle offerings, the gi»up was dismissed with'prayer. ! Lucerne Christian Dorcas Circle Elects Olficers were, elected at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Dorcas circle of the Lucerne Christian church 'held at the hcureJi basement with Mrs. Betty English and Mrs. Betty Thompson as'host- esses. The meeting was conducted by Mary K. Webber, vice-chairman. Devotions were offered by Mrs. Edna Brandt. x A report on the missionary bazaar was presented by Mrs. Essie Herd. Twenty-five dollars was allowed to buy gifts for the State •hospital at Christmas. Alta Mae Burton and Jean Mor'phet were selected to take care of gifts. Officers were elected - as follows: president, Mary Backus; vice-president, Mary K. Webber; secretary, Frieda Cress; assistant, Josephine Robinson; treasurer, Betty-Smith; assistant, Betty Marshall; pianist, Birdie-Hall; assistant, Gail Cree; chorister, Sybil Clark; assistant, Opal English. • The meeting' was closed with the Mizpah. Theresa Sellers was in charge of contests with prizes going to Essie Herd, Mary K. Webber and Jean Morphet Refreshments wore served. St. Luke's Gfoup Features Election At Luncheon-Meet Mrs. Harry Jones of 1800 Pleasant Hill was hostess to St. Luke's Lutheran Women of the Church, when they met. for a luncheon meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. James Justice offered grace and Mrs. Vince Carson gave the devotions before the business meeting. Hie secretary and treasurer's reports were read by Mrs. Cecil Lane and Mrs. Norman Hartman, respectively. After the offering, election of officers was held. Those elected were: Mrs. James Justice, president; Mrs. Ernest Hamburg, vice- president; Mrs. Norman Hartman, treasurer; Mrs. Cecil Lane, secretary The feature of the afternoon was a lecture on religious pictures given by Mrs. B. L. Stroup. Her a report on the party the club held for patients" at the State hospital. It was. voted to give a Christmas party fop Ward F at the.State hospital in December. The meeting closed with the collect. The lesson on landscaping was presented 'by Mrs. Violet Emery. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Rosalie Weisenberger, Mrs. Williamson and Mrs. Marie Huben. thai NEW WAVERLY PTA The November PTA meeting was held Tuesday night at the New Waverly School House. Mrs. Raymond Bobbins gave devotions. Secretary's report was read by Mrs. Donna Balstaugh in absence of Mrs. Raye. Treasurer's report was read by-Mrs. Jr. Barker. Max Jones, president, was in charge of the business. It was voted to send the Scout Leader, Herb Bowman, and wife ings. The meeting closed with the watchwood, . Committee members " for the luncheon''included: Mrs. Oscar Humburg, Mrs. John Andrews, Mrs. Russell Bower, Mrs. David Curts, Mrs. William Erb, Mrs. Ella Hinkle, Mrs. Robert Price, Mrs. Richard Nethercutt, Mrs. Lillion Murray, Mrs. Wilber Muehlhausen, Mrs, Goldie Shedron and Mrs. Orville Smith. The next meeting will be a Christmas Party at the church on Wednesday evening, Dec. 11, Society The WWMB Friendship lodge will meet Saturday' evening at 8 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. A good attendance is desired. -&The Ladies Bible class of the Broadway EtFB church will hold a to the Scout Banquet. The program was presented by Mrs. Ehase and the 3rd and 4th grades. The children told what they were thankful for and sang folk songs. The next PTA meeting will be held" a week later next month because of a basketball game. It will be on Dec. 17 at the school house. The Program committee for December are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jones, iMr; and Mrs. Dallas Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Songer, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bonham. Refreshments committee is Mr. and Mrs. Charles -Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, Mr. and Mrs. OUoway Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ! Thanksgiving dinner Sunday noon at the Barnett home, 2308 Smead street, with Mrs. Robert Barnett and Mrs. Lillian Heath as hostesses. All members are invited to attend. The WSCS of the Salem Methodist church will meet Wednesday, afternoon at I o'clock at the home of Mrs. Fern Henry with Mrs. Edith Bailey as co-hostess. A good attendance is desired. Logan Council, Daughters of America, members .and friends will meet'at the club rooms Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock for a covered dish supper. Members arc Lohrman. Friday Evening, November 15, 1957, St. Joseph Group Plans Future Events At Regular Meeting Future events were planned at the Wednesday evening meeting of the St. Joseph Home and School Association at the school with Mrs. Joseph Alberts, president, in charge. Mrs. Michael Spitznogle and Mrs. Robert Brack read the secretary-treasurer reports after which it was voted to hold future meetings on the second Wednesday of each month. Mrs. Stanley .Antonelli reported that orders are still being taken for Christmas cards and wrapping paper. Mrs. Alberts reported that Jefferson 2 Meet Attended By 24 Twenty-four persons, including two guests, Mildred Swartzel and Mildred Young, were present for the Jefferson township HD club No. 2 meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Ruby Buchanan. Jane Forgey read the opening verse followed by the pledge to the flag and devotions by Mrs. Cecil Nicholes. Tlie history of the song of the month was presented by Maude Tribbett. Roll call was answered with a Tha'nfegrving poem or a Bible verse. A report of Achievement Day was given by Mrs. Forgey. All members are asked to make 264 children were given eye • testsJ reservat ions with Bernice Fair or A hot lunch will be served to the! Agnes Peters for the Christinas children Nov. 20. puncheon to be at Royal Center. Discussion on the project of 'All members are asked to take a shades to be purchased by the as-1 gift for a patient at rlie Slate ho.s- sociation for the assembly roomjpilal to the gas company or to was held. Christmas plans were also discussed and a committee named to'provide for permanent decorations to be purchased and a storage place for them. This committee includes Mrs. Donald Brown, Mrs. Herman Loner, Mrs. Donald Berkshire and Mrs. James Frushour. They will work with the Rosary society on this project. It was. voted to hold a pantry shower for the sisters and to provide their Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Joseph Gagliar.o reported for the ways ar.d means committee. It was voted that each member would bring a 50-cent gift for a man or woman at the State hospital. Gifts are to be plainly marked and wrapped. Mrs. E. R. Hatten is in charge. Sixth grade mothers served refreshments. The Christmas meeting will be a covered dish dinner for mothers and fathers at the school December 11. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Hatten and Mrs. John Corso. CHARITY DIVISION 4 Charity Division 4, GIA Ladies, met at the AFL hall Thursday for a covered dish dinner. During the social hour, game prizes went to Minnie Schwartz, Lou Schreck- •M-rs. Forgey. A 25-cent gift exchange will be held at the Christmas party. Edna Brookie presented the safety report. Mrs. Forgey reported on the rode-o, and the meeting closed with the creed. Mrs. Swartee! won the door prize. On the committee in charge were Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Tribbett, Mary Ann Babb, Margaret Young and Sally Benson. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL: Admitted: Mrs. Dorothy Musselman, Lucerne; Frank Wallers, 1330 College street; Mrs. Grace English, 4tW Front street; Mrs. Pearl Buchanan, route 1. Dismissed: Miss Donna Harness, -Galveston; -Mrs. Roselee Hildebrand, 1213 North Third street; Mrs. Dorthy Hiffis, Kokomo; Mrs. Daniel Wryals, and daughter, Bringhurst. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crowe, 1831 East Market street, a son. Admitted: Perry Reid, 816 Van Buren street; Jack Broadbeck 222C'.-ii East Broadway; George Brubaker, route 1; Mrs. Agnes Parker, 914 Calla street; Master .Lee Binion, U830V4 East Broadway; enghaust, Letha Sullivan and j Miss Nora Eskew, 304 Day street; Jane Shaffer. The chapter was draped during the lodge meeting, and announce- Mrs. Florence Kimberling, WB8V4 East Market; Mrs. Lillie Auker, 4235 Pottawattomie Point road; ment made that there will be no Mrs. Mary Louise WedeMntf, 634 lodge meeting November 28. North Third street. Dismissed: Mrs. Elva Hutchinson, Munster; Mrs. Frances Frantz ST. THERESA CLUB St. Theresa study club of St. Vincent church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed Hayes, 815 North street. . street road. The program was conducted by: Mrs. Marie White and Mrs. Hel-' en Moran. Refreshments were served by the hostess and Mrs. A. A. Williams. 507 Tanguy street; Master Steven Jackson, 1417 Eric avenue; Mrs. Charles Towe and son, 4800 High asked to bring table service and an item for the auction. A social [hour will be held. A Purdue University Convocation MATTIWIIDA DOBBS fBrilfiant young coloratura soprano Miss Dobbs' voice is internationally-acclaimed and has been heard throughout Europe as well as the United States. Perhaps her two crowning achievements were her Command Performance before Queen Elizabeth and her debut last yeor at the Metropolitan Opera as Gilda '» "Rigoletto." in SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Purdue Hall of Music g:00 p. m. Adminioni Seaion tictref, sfucfent passport or 41.50. Mail ch«ck or mon«y ord«r to Purdu. University, Hall of Music, South Box Offic.. Encloi. lolf-addreised, stamped envelope. LAYAWAY NOW free Toe Stops CH<lCAiG'O.R*NK SKATK $16.95 Sportland 515 Broadway Phone 2310 The Largest Sporting Goods and toy store in- Logunsport 'CLIP&SAVE" THE PAGE From the New, Combined SUNDAY PHAROS-TRIBUNE LOGANSPORT PRESS Complete Schedules For The Entire Week! Saturday., November 16th The Ac'cent Shop We have a complete line of accessories to ac'cent your Fall and Winter Wardrobe also Gift Items to Please Every Woman's Heart HANDBAGS - BLOUSES GIFTS 106 So. Third Phone NOW OPEN "For all your hair car*, Vr*it ARLENE'S BEAUTY CHA5R" ArUn« J. Little, Operator 314'/: Pear! St. Jones Bldg. Room 1-1 CALL'4390 FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT Open Monday rfiru Saturday 9 )• I Pre-Thanksgiving SALE Coats-Suits Dresses Juniors, Misses, Petite*, Women's SAVE ON FASHION COATS Our stock is overflowing with new styles—fine fabrics — lavish fur-trims! All priced at dollars less than you'd expect! GROUP 1 Were $49.95 '$69.95 Now $37.88 $51.88 GROUP 2 Were $75.00 $99.50 Now $55.88 $71.88 GROW 3 Were $105.00 $150.00 Mow $78.00 $112.00 Group of Wool Dresses Regular Pall A Winter Wool* SPK3ALLY PMC8D FOR CLEARANCE Up tO ! /3 Off dress shop 326 Batt Broadway

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