Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 28, 1962 · Page 9
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Thursday Evening, June 28, 1962, Fulton OES Names Committees For Joint Inspection The Fulton chapter No. 376, OES, appointed committees tor the joint inspection during the Monday evening., meeting with Elsie Graham, worthy matron, in charge. Garden bouquets decorated the chapter room and dining room. The meeting opened in regular form, followed with . the pledge to the flag. Associate matron, Merle Fry, reported Ethel Studebaker in the Woodlawn hospital with a broken hip, Fay Mills ill at her home, Hester Little, recuperating from surgery in Wabash hospital, and Roxy Fry, sister of Merle Fry, in Plymouth hospital. Fulton Rainbow assembly will honor Donna Hauser, Grand Representative to Maryland, with a reception July 29th at the Fletchers Lake church at 2 p.m. . Joint inspection of Fulton, Twelve Mile, and Mexico will be September 7. The worthy matron appointed the following commit' tees: decoration: Doneta Rentschler, Juanita Rentschler, Mar 1 garet Ann Rentschler, Eleanor Swartzel, and Wanda Hauser; refreshment: Annabelle Alber and Ann Williams; courtesy: Ondah Pickens and Joyce Martin; baby gifts and ribbons: Merle Fry. Degrees were conferred under the direction of worthy patron, Zephere Martin. Soloist, Shirley Hulls accompanied by organist, Helen Gault, sang during the initiatory work. The worthy matron welcomed the candidate and introduced guests from Macy and Indianapolis and greeted them, with words of welcome. "Dads" were honored with a solo by (he soloist and a poem "Dear Dad" by the Worthy Matron. The next staled meeting will be September 10. The following committee will serve: Joyce and Zephere Martin, Charles and Eva Mohler, Velma Lease, Dorothy Henderson and Charlotte McCroskey. The Worthy Matron reac a poem to close the meeting, Refreshments were served in the dining room by Anita Hoehne, Betty and Ed Reames, Emma Becker, Wanda and Omer Hauser, and Arvilla Sutton. Miami Group Uses Hawaiian' Theme An "Hawaiian" theme was fea- ured by the Miami Baptist Missionary society at a covered-dish dinner meeting Wednesday at the church. , Mrs. Carol Russell and Mrs. Jerniece Sherman, hostesses, presented a lei to each member as she arrived. Mrs. Ada Patton offered grace prior to the meal served at tables decorated in keeping with the ,heme. ' Mrs. Edith Kidd, president, opened the business session with songs and prayer. Devotions and j-nver were given by Mrs. Rose Ann Gordon, followed with roll call answered by 14 members. ' Mission current events were jiven and reports submitted by Julie Packakrd, secretary; Mary fthoades, treasurer; and Mrs. Vera Bennett, of the flower committee. A lesson on the Hawaiian theme, "Brotherly Love" was presented with Mrs. Edith Kidd, Mrs. Ada Patton, Mrs. Gertrude Wilson, Mrs. Zoe Flory and Mrs. Julie Packard participating. It was voted to donate $5 for a magazine, "Tracts" to be sent .0 foreign missions. A card was signed and sent to Charles Kline, who is in room .311 at St. Joseph's lospital. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Patton. Washington 49er's HD Views Antiques Mrs. Donna Robertson gave a talk and displayed several antiques she has collected for her hobby during the Tuesday evening meeting of the Washington 4!ter's HD club held at the home of Mrs. Joan Plank. Mrs. Lottie Mayhill, president, opened with a poem, followed with the secretary-treasurer's account submitted by Mrs. Mayell Thomas. Mrs. Rcna Lou Woolever led in singing the song of the month, accompanied at teh piano by Mrs. Doris Jean Bryan. Devotions were given by Mrs. Betty Ramer and members were named to help at the HD booth at the 4-H fair on Aug. 6 from 6:30 p.m. to midnight and on Aug. 10 from 12:30 to 7:30 p.m. Pies and chicken will be donalec by members. Mrs. Plank introduced Mrs. Robertson. She displayed several antique articles of ironware, wood, pewter and glass. She stated that many of her antiques are over 100 years old and also told how to operate the spinning wheel she had on display. Menial Health survey balanks were filled out by members. A hat sale was conducted by Mrs. Thomas. Several hals were displayed by members that attendee the hat-making class. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bertha Young. Guests were: Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Bill Small anc Margaret Ann Young. Janet Overlahder, David .L. Simpson Married at Athens Miss Janet Darlene Overlander became the bride of David L. Simpson during a -2:30 o'clock service read on Sunday afternoon, June 24, at the Athens EUB church, of Athens, Ind. The bride is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Overlander, of route 2, Akron, and the bridegroom,, is the son of Mrs. Mary Morris, of Silver Lake, and Logan Simpson, of Wabash, The Reverend Wayne Johnson officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar flanked with baskets of white gladioli and palms. Bridal airs were playec. by Mrs. Tad Henderson, organist. Given in marriage by her, father, the bride appeared in a white street-length dress and wore a cap holding a veil. She carried a bouquet of white and pink carnations with streamers lied in lovers knots. Mrs. Steve Belle, of Rochester was matron of honor. She was attired in a beige dress, accented with a corsage of pink carnations. . Serving the bridegroom as best man was John Lorentz, of Silver Lake. Immediately following the ceremony a reception for 50 guests was held in the church parlors. Miss Iva Lane and Mrs. Pat Belle were hostesses. The bride is a 1962 graduate of the Akron high school and her husband, a 1962 graduate of the Silver Lake high school, is em Lesson Highlights Tri LHD Meeting A special feature lesson on "Child .Development," was presented by Mrs, Raymond Erbaugh at, the recent meeting of the Tri L HD club.at the home of Mrs. Ivan Mohler. Mrs. 'Jay Hinkle and Mrs. Leslie Hammond assisted. Mrs. Mark Bruner led the pledges- and Mrs. Mohler, the creed. Roll call was answered with "my father's name." Secretary-treasurer reports'.were read by Mrs. John Gaylor and Mrs. Harold Nicholas read .the,.history of the song of the month. . Mrs. Marshall Collins, offered devotions, and Mrs. Jay Hinkle, vice-president, conducted the business meeting. Following the lesson the meeting closed with the dub prayer and a social hour was enjoyed Contest prizes went to Mrs. Paul Gunter and Mrs. Max Bruner. There were 12 members and two guests, Mrs. Bill Saylors and Mrs Ernie Downhour, present. /Valton Rainbow , •"Ions July Trip Fifty members and nine adults ttended the Monday evening ses- ion \of the, Walton assembly No, 48, Order of the-Rainbow for Girls, with : Peggy Barker; worthy ad- 'isor; in charge. •. '. The Bible escort was presented >y Linda Scott and' : Janet- Hurley while'Pat Wood sang. The -minutes were read and approved by recorder, Sharon Schwa'lm. The degrees were "taken by <athy Hiteman, Julia Sailors and larla Peters. The rose lecturer, larol Schwalm, honored ^mothers POSTPONE MEET The Good, Will class of the Miami Baptist church has post poned the meeting scheduled foi Friday evening. ployed-with Controls-company ol America, North Manchester, Ind The couple is residing at 52 Park drive, Wabash. Prior to the wedding, a prenuptial shower was given in honor of the bride at the home o Mrs. Russell Bacon with Mrs, David Thompson assisting. ST. ROSE OF LIMA The St. Rose of Lima studj club held its final session of th< year with a 6 o'clock dinner a the Captain Logan holel. Following the meal, a socia hour was held at the home of Catherine Corlie. "Fifty" was played with prizes going to J.osie Hombach, Kay McCaffery and Eloise Kimes. Refreshments of sherbet, cake and coffee were served from a table covered with a lace cloth, accented with tapers and the birthday cake engraved with "Happy Birlhday." "Happy Birlhday" was sung in honor of Calherine Cortie and Mary Honick who have birthdays in June. The next meeling in September will be with Bernadine Frel- tinger. DEER CREEK ALUMNI The 48th annual meeting of the Deer Creek high school Alumni Association will be held at the Flora Community park on Sunday, July 1, starling at 12:30 p.m. It will feature a carry-in basket dinner for the family. Drinks and ice cream willbe furnished. There will be special recognition of the 25 and 50 year classes. Mrs. Elizabeth Downham will be in charge of this program. Entertainment, consisting of baseball, badminton, croquet, volleyball and horse shoes will be furnished. lively new sportswear for the 4th of July Blast off for a holiday of sports and relaxation! We've all the friendly fashions you'll want to take along .., oil so light, they're practically in a state of weightlessness. DONEGAL Sport Shirt. 8(1% Dacron, 20% combed cotton. $7.95 DONEGAL "Windjammer" sailcloth shirt. $5.00 LEVI'S "Mark I" Bermuda. Wash and Wear. $4.98 ARROW "Cum Laude" stripe sport shirt. {4,00 PALM BEACH "Feather Weight" Sport Coat. Dacron-Gotton. $29.95 CHAMP Sport Straw Hat, ?3.95 RESTON Slacks of Dacron-Woo} from $10.95. Other slacks as low as $4.98 JANTZEN Swim Shorts, ?5.00 to $6.95 followed with Scripture read by Linda Scott. Those having June birthdays were recognized and apron inspection was held. The worthy advisor reminded the group of Masonic Night Saturday, at. the fire station. Those wishing to participate are to dress in street clothes and meet outside of the fire station at 6:30 p;m.- Betty Frey, advisory board member, reported on the market for Saturday. Members are to leave food at the home of either Beulah Hall or Karen Turners on Friday evening or bring it to the site of the Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune flfln* market on Saturday between 8 Church attendance was taken by Beulah Hall; mother advisor, who also commented on the trip o Chicago on. July 4. The group VACATION —EASY CAR E— Hair Styling Don't let the fuss and bother of eternally having to fix youths!*-interfere with-the funT of vacation. . 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