Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1962 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
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Wednesday Evening, June 27, 1962. Reunion Calendar DYKEMANPARK SUNDAY, JULY 1—Davis reunion, east pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Blue Ball Christian, church, west pavilion and 2 south tables in breezeway, noon to. 4 p.m. (annual); Raleigh Guy family reunion, tables 1, 2, 3 and,4 in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual). WEDNESDAY, JULY 4—Bethel Tabernacle church, entire lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—McCoUum reunion, east pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Seward reunion, entire breezeway, noon (annual); Dee-Adams reunion, table 4, all day (annual); Dochel reunion, tables 1, 2, 3 and 4 in lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Helvie reunion, tables 5, 6, 7, 8, » and 10 in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. SPENCER PARK SUNDAY, JULY 1—Holland reunion, shelter 4, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Crowder reunion, shelter 2, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4—C. D. Kistler, Sr., reunion, shelter 5, 6 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—Stratton reunion, shelter 3, noon to 4 p.m (annual); Wagoner reunion, shelter 1, all day (annual); Walker reunion, shelter 2, noon (annual); Zimmerman reunion, lower pavilion noon (annual); Samuel and Amanda Moore reunion, shelter 5, noon (annual); Andrews reunion, shelter 4, all day (annual); Dague reunion, 3 rows in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p. m. RIVERSIDE PARK SUNDAY, JULY 1—Kline reunion, rows Jt and 2 in pavilion, noon (annual); Brackman reunion, rows 4, 5 and 6 in pavilion, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Ray Hunter reunion, row 3 in pavilion and tables, 1, 4 and 7, noon to 4 p.m.; Azbell reunion, tables 5 and 6, noon to 4 p.m. SUNDAY, JULY 8—Dorothy Tidrick, row 6 in pavilion, 5 p.m.; Sprinkle reunion, rows 1 and 2 in pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Spencer-Toothman reunion, rows 5 and 6 in pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Roller reunion, tables 9 and 10, noon (annual); Kistler reunion, rows 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in pavilion, 4:30 p.m. (annual); Bryce- Ferguson reunion, rows 3 and 4 in pavilion, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (annual); Burris reunion, tables 1 and 2, noon (annual); Rhodes reunion, tables, 4, 5, and 6, noon to 5 p.m.; Cass county Rural Youth, tables 7 and 8, noon to 3 p.m. FAIRVIE1V PARK WEDNESDAY, JULY 4—H. C. Lennon reunion, entire paVilion, noon to 6 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—Longcliff employees, pavilion, noon (annual.) 165 Attend Golden Anniversary Fete For Joe Sullivans One hundred and sixty-five guests honored .Mn.and.Mrs. Joe Sullivan at a golden wedding anniversary open house Sunday afternoon at their residence, 401 Day street. Ice cream, cake and punch were served . by the hostesses: Mrs. Ellis Mason and daughters, Carol, Marsha" and Nita; Howard Bonnell and son,'Mild, and Miss Judy Kay Mackey. Prior to the .open house, a dinner was held at the Qaptain Logan by the couple for the following guests: Mr.! and /Mrs. Ear) Mahre and family, of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs.' Howard Bonnell and family, of Star City; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mason anc family, of city; and Miss Judy Kay 'Mackey, of Star City and Mrs. Viola Collins. Joe Sullivan and Letha Collins were the formei married on ice-president, replacing Mrs. Charles Erickspn, who was granted an inactive membership. The vill be filled by Mrs. Thomas Siusser., present historian. Miss lusie Kite wa^ elected to the jffice'of historian. Plans for Founders' Day in August were discussed when the ocal chapter will bp host /to the Peru and Kokoriio chapters. An invitation was read to at;end the^wedding of Miss Linda imith and Joseph O'Shaugnessy on July: 21 at St.. Bridget's Catho- ic church. A report on the recent rummage sale wa's given by Mrs! £o Weaver. Installation of new officers will e held July 9 at the home'of Mrs. Jack Cotner. June 27, 1912, at the home of the bride's parents, the late Mr. anc Mrs. Harry Collins, of this .city He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, of Owens boro, Kentucky, Mrs. Sullivan is a member o the L. 3. to 'B. of L. F. and E. Purity. Rebekah lodge and GIA lodge. .Her husband is affiliatec with the B. of L. F. arid E., the L.F. and E., Elks and Eagles lodges. : Mr. : Sullivan retired in 1952 as a railroad engineer. Willing Workers Tell of Vacations Vacation plans, were given in response to roll call by ten members and two guests, Mrs. Ned Grable and Miss Margaret Wer- nigk, during the recent meeting of the Willing Workers HD club held with Mrs. Roger Cress. Mrs. Roger Swanson, vice- president, opened with the club creed and reports were submitted by Mrs. George Carlson. Mrs. Cress gave the history of the song of the month and Mrs. Swanson led in singing. Mrs. Lloyd Grable gave "The Long View" as her devotional topic. Six members volunteered to work during the 4-H fair on Friday evening. Chickens and pies were also donated for the booth. It was announced that a stand will be operated at the Lions club 4th of July celebration. Mrs. Marigold Lowe won a game prize and Mrs. James Calender was named "lucky lady." The hostess was assisted by HONORED ON BIRTHDAY , Sharon Titus was honored on' her tenth birthday with a party, given by her parents, Mr. anrl Mrs. Ronald Titus, of route 2, Royal Center. Games were played with gifts going to Linda Daily and Malitta Knebel. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served to the following guests: Vicky and Pam Morphet, Linda and Nancy Daily, Malitta and Cioretta Knebel, Beth Nickles; Helen Bonhomme, Becky, Cheryl and Timmy Titus,, Dickie Titus, Theresa Richardson, Billie Richardson and Tommie Richardson. Also, Mrs. Verdle Hou'se, Mrs. Ray Bonhomme and Mary Ann, Mrs. Thelma Martin, Mrs. Jess Richardson and Mrs. Helen Titus. FETED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kingery and family, of Flora, entertained 43 guests at the Flora park in honor of Mrs. Kingery's father, Harvey Lowe, for Father's Day. jy the .following; .Mr. and Mrs Paul Lowe and son; Mr. and Mrs ,Hm Lowe and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Spangler and family Mr. and Mrs. John Watts 'am family, Mrs. Iva Gaby and fam ily; Mrs. Linda Zeliers and .fam ily; and Mr. and Mrs. Pau Watts and family, 'all of Logans port; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peters, o Burrows; Mr. and Mrs. Mario Starbuck and son, of Delphi; Mr and Mrs. Kenneth.-Martsolf ami daughter, Jean, and Chuck Raes of . Mishawaka; and Mrs. Alle Watts, and daughter, of Germany igma Phi Gamma Conducts Election Three new officers were elected wing the regular business jmeet- ng of the Sigma Phi' Gamma orprity Monday 'evening at the ity building. Mrs. Deb Tinkle was named DAY Auxiliary Wins State Trophy; Installs Officers • Presentation of the State Americanism trophy preceded installation of new officers: at'the Monday evening meeting of the DAV Auxiliary unit 53 at,the clubroom. The State .award was won by the local unit and presented to Gottschalk, State American chairman for tha past year, at the recent State convention in South Bend. Elsie Bushing, commander,, presided at the meeting during which Mrs. Goltschalk presented rophy to Viola Kistler, American, sm chairman of the local unit. The hospital report was ;inade and the next hospital party v/as set for June 28. Mrs. Gottschalfc, last commander, conducted stallation of the following new of.cers: . Commander, Elsie Bushing; enior vice-commander,, Mary Baker; junior vice-commander 'Backwards' Party Featured By Class A "backwards" party was fea tured by the Friendship class ol the Church of the Brethren during its June meeting held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kreider. Guests wearing their clothes "backwards" entered the Kreider home through the back entrance for the event. Kenneth Kreider opened the meeting with devotions and led in prayer. John Lozier, president was in charge of the business session when Bonine Jones read the minutes, Kenneth Kreider reported that the maps will soon be in use in the Sunday schoo classroom. Refreshments were served to 13 members and one guest, Arlou ine Beubaker, of California. The next meeting will be Jul) 29 at Bruce Lake with a 12': 30 p.m. picnic followed by a swim ming party. Dana Eller and Homer Fry are in charge of the ice and soft drinks. lea. Kistler; chaplain^ Viola Kist er; adjutant-treasurer, Helen La Duct. Viola Kistler read an article on Americanism, entitled "My Conn :ry."'A social hour followed the meeting. The next regular session is July .9. VFW UNITS MEET Ten members of the J,r, Sr. units of the Ladies Auxiliarj of Veterans of Foreign Wars cor vened recently with Jr. unit presi dent, Peggy Roach, presiding a round table. It was reported that proceed of ?14 made from the recent bak sale were donated to the auxiliar Cancer fund. The units will hoi a bake sale on July 14 at Eas gate Plaza with proceeds goin to charitable work. Following a short business scs sion, the girls worked on coffee can" project which wi be completed during a meetin this afternoon at 1:30 p.m. a Riverside park. All members ar urged to attend. The next meeting will be Jul 18 at the VFW post home. Mrs. George Carlson. ane s SALE IS ON You. Can Count on Us*.. Quality Costs No More at Sears ALL UP HATS TO AND MORE All Jewelry & Handbags 20% Off, aim's 325 Fourth ALL SALES FINAL Why Pay More... There? 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You'll try Sears -Color FiW eventually . . . why not now during out wile? CHARGE YOUR FILM on Sears Revolving Charge Account Shop at Sears and. Save Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back 500 E. I STORE HOURS BROADWAY PHONE 4103 Mo,i. Tim. W«d. Thuri. 1 a. m. to 1 p. m. ' / Pri. » a. m. to 9 f. nt. Sat. » «. m. to 5 p. m. WAYNE PROGRESSIVE HD Members of the Wayne Progres- ve HD club told where they ere married for roll, call re- xmse during the recent session eld at the home of Mrs. Edna aplegate. Dora O'Dell gave the opening evotionals, followed with the edges to the flags: and prayer, rsi Charles Fiedler was' in large of the business meeting. The history of the song of the lonth was given by- Mrs. Irene Logansport, Indiana;., Pharos-Tribune Eleveir Rouch who also led in singing. The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Nora Penny and the safety lesson by Mrs. Ada Miller. A lesson on the finishing of clothing was presented by Mrs. Leona Thomas. Happy Birthday and Anniversary were sung in honor of Irene Thomas and Gladys Fiedler. > The next meeting will be July 12 with Mrs. Charles Fiedler. EI1CENBERRY REUNION . The f8th annual Eikenberry re-; union ivill be held at the Flora. park ;>unday, July 8, at 12:30 p.m. It is estimated lh«t ihe average. cost <it maintaining a life-lime; paticnl: in an Indiana mental hospital iii $109,000. With intensive, care ;md treatment they could be returned to the community at.- a cost of $10,000. ENTER INTO THE MAGIC LAND Folding Chaise in green, turquoise or yellow. $10.95 RELAXATION D« Luxe Folding Chair White, $10.95 Pumpkin, $8.'95 Al jminum Stack rabi*$5.95 CONVENIENT TERMS

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