Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 19, 1957 · Page 22
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 19, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Mental Cutlure club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs, Louree Wilson, 333 West Broadway, The Ladies Eagle Booster club met Thursday evening at the club rooms. Euchre was played following the business meeting with prizes going to Isabell Rhodes Florence Garr, and Marie Foster, Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Friendship class of the Market street Methodist church will, meet Wednesday afternoon at '! o'clock at the church parlors. A good attendance is desired a» plans will be made for the Christmas party. The Rosary Sodality of St. Eliza- Door prizes w'ent to Stella Hicks ibeth church of Lucerne met in th< and Frieda Neumann. —ft— The Women's Fellowship of the Crooked Creek Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1-30 o'clock at the church basement. Thank offering boxes will be opened at this time. Excel club will meet with Mrs. J. P. Dawson, 1618 East Broad- w'ay.' Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Second Mothers study club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clarence Hffl, 1818 High street. The GIA Social club will meet with Mrs. Charles Ferguson, 1300 High street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tau Phi Lambda, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle, covered dish supper will be Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Loisann Hatten, • Rolling Ridge. Members who haven't brought food for the basket are asked to do, so. Homemakers HD club wiH meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock Parish Hall with fourteen members and Father Miller -attending. The president, Mrs. Frances Montgomery, conducted the meeting with Father Miller giving prayer in opening. Minutes of the last meeting, were read by Elma Rog- Country Club Opens Membership Drive, Names Committees Nearly 100 members of the Logansport Country club opened the year's membership drive at a buffet dinner and business session Saturday evening at the club at which- time committees for 1958 were also named. Dick Elliott, Jr., president, welcomed members and presented the Board- of Directors: Kay Hilkert, Meeting Held By Beta Sigma Phi A business meeting was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Suzanne Fiedler by Alpha Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority with Mrs. Janet Young, president, in charge. ' Roll call and the secretary-treasurer reports were-presented, and a letter was read from the International office on making a grant from the endowment fund for research into children's cancer. It ers and the treasurer's report i McClain. Myron Hiatt, CarLKragh, ar.d Joe'was Voted to make the grant. was given by Inez Frushour. Hilkert announced there will be Announcement was made that ai a stag event held monthly as well used clothing drive will be held and that clothing is to be delivered to the parish hall by November 24th. Packing will take place the following Monday. Plans were made for coming events. December 12th at 12 o'clock will be a covered dish dinner for all the ladies with a dollar gift exchange. December 15th at 7:30 o'clock will be a public- card party and turkey raffle. On fe committee are Agatha Otten, LoU Raderstorf, Mrs. Poroski, Betty Porter and Mary Ellen Nies. December 23rd at 6 p.m. will be a covered dish supper for all the families of the parish. On the committee are Mabel Nies, Ellen. Nies, Elsie Nies and Winifred Murphy. The business meeting was closed with prayer by Father Miller. rs . . . at the home of Mrs. Jack Regan, ^ 1416 North street, with Mrs. Dennis Pritz as co-hostess. -£Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem; •will hold a stated meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock' at the IOOF hall. The supper has been postponed. —&The WSCS of the Webb Chapel Methodist church will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of. Mildred Moss. The program and worship committees are Gladys Moss and Gladys Nice. Roll call will be answered with "a book on Ihe reading list I have read." -&First Mothers study club will convene Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. George Muehlhausen, Jr., route 3. —fr- The Ladies aid of the McNeely Christian church will meet Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of Clara Bowman. -£St. Ann study club of St. Vincent church will meet with Mrs. Cards were played with prize; Weaver, ami Hicky received the door prize. Refreshments were served by Winifred Murphy, Grac« Carroll and Mary McCarter. Local Secretaries Attend Institute Velda .Mayhugh, vice-president, and Anna Marie Oonroy, treasurer of L'AnguiHe chapter, National Secretaries Association, attended a secretarial institute Saturday iit Oxford,- Ohio. "Invest A Day In A Better Future" was the theme of the On«Day Secretarial Institute held lit Miami University, Oxford, undw the auspices of the National See- as a special events party . each month.. Committees for 1958 include: Golf—Oscar Miller, chairman, Roy Burger, L. F. Grosenimeyer, Gene Strange, Art Brinkruff, Bill Hopkins; Grounds Ch.—Dick Elliott Sr; Tournament Ch.— Richard Buck; Kay Hilkert, Myron Hiatt; Ladies Cards — Mrs. Glen Miller — eh, Mrs. Gene Strange, Mrs. Vernon A letter was also read from the Plymouth chapter, inviting members to a dance November 30. A thank-you note was read from Indiana Boys Town for helping in the sale of raffle tickets. Mrs. Kate English reported on the State convention in October at Terre • Haute. Iris Albaugh was elected treasurer and Joyce Blackwood, corresponding secretary. Pledge meeting will be .'held the second and fourth Mondays of the month, the first to be November 25 at the home of Diane Isaacs. The Christmas party will be a 42 Toastmistresses And Guests Present At Dinner Meeting Forty-two members and guests were present at the Toasbmistress dinner meeting Monday evening at .the Broadway Methodist church. Mary Weaver, president, was in charge of the meeting, Margaret Woolpert was chairman and toastmistress for the evening, the theme of which was "It's Corny- 'Facts and Fiction." Dorothy Hershberger's topic was 1 "It's Pure Corn;" Dorothy Wilson, "•Leaves and Colors;" Marguerite Moran, "Apples;" Mary Gronmger, "Nuts;" Minnie Wade, "Gourds;" Grubbs, George Graffis, Bill Wilkinson, Walter Mehaffie, Al Tabor, Don Murdoch Entertainment — Co. Chairman—Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Dvrayae Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Drerap, 'Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baker, Dr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale McNutt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gifford, Mr. and Mrs. William Kepes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kierans, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Havens; Publicity—Co-chairman—Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Closson—newspaper, Mr. Dick Jackson—(Radio. Mr. Hilkert announced the membership will actively serve as the general membership drive committee working with the Board of Directors as chairmen. A runner-up Championship flight trophy was awarded to Robert Lowe for this past season. The Anniversary Formal Dinner Dance will be held next Saturday Night, November 23. Dinner ..will be served from 7:00-9:00'p.rn.-:Mu- sic will be provided by the Tom retaries Association, Int., and the! Barry band of Indianapolis. A broadcast of the band from the Logansport Country Club will be heard on the local radio station Hedlund, Mrs. Rome Schmitt; srnorgas bord supper December 16 /T,~ , Ev «rett Koontz ch, Rich- a t"6:30 p _ m . at Dy keman restaur- ard Brink, Dr Dale Goris, Grovcr , ant . There wU1 be a |: gift ex . Tinrberlaike, Ed Fasnacht, George I ,*. /*<w<KlL« n . n _M~ /-i _._.rc:~ T>:n tir:i.i_ ^J Stephens, "Foul;" Clara Gagliano, "Corn." One minute table topics presented by all on "memories." Tables were decorated with red and white checkered cloths, miniature "corn" people and gourds. The committee in charge included Margaret Woolpert, Dorothy Wilson, Minnie Wade and Mary Oppenheimer. Guests were Lillian Bauer, Nor- rrta Sharrtbarger, Grace Pohlman, Edith Barnett, Hazel Knauss, Ruth School of Business Administr.a- tion of Miami University. The morning session was opened by a welcome from Dr. John D. Millett, President of Miami University. Following the Welcome address was a short talk by Dr. R. E. Gloss, Dean of Business Education and author of many reference books required as basic reading for the Certified Profe:;- sional Secretary examination. Clara Powers, 1317 Smead street! '• "Adding Color to the Rainbow" Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, was the subject of Dr. DarreH Lin_£_ der, Staff Assistant Personnel, Eastman Kodak Company, Findley, Ohio. Dr. Earl J. Nicks, Manager, Business Education Department, Underwood Corporation, New York, New York, chose as his topic, "Automation and the Secretary". Luncheon was served in the new Student Union and entertainment was provided by the Male.Choir of Miami University. Following Lunch there was a Panel Discussion on "Management Views the Secretary". Presiding as Moderator was Mr. John A. Lawler, President, Aeronca Manufacturing Corporation, Middletown, Ohio. The Women's Union of the Rockfield Christian church met recently at the church basement with Mrs. Martha Fincher as hostess. A covered dish dinner was served tit noon. The afternoon meeting was opened with singing following by prayer by Joe Gregg and devotions on Thanksgiving were offered, by Mrs. McKowen. Nondas Leslie, president, was in charge of the business meeting when roll call was answered with "something I am thankM for." Jo Gregg read the secretary's report. It was voted to send money to the missions. Election of officers was held with the following results: Mrs. Leslie, president; Mrs. Avis Snow, vice-president; Mrs. Blanch Seward, secretary; Mrs. Bessie Watson, treasurer. Boxes of homemade candy and cookies were distributed for shut- ins. A variety gift sale was held •t the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Marilyn Acheson December 12 in the evening when secret pals will be revealed. Those with no secret pals are asked to bring gifts for exchange. *WSCS of the Clymers Methodist church will meet at the church I ing. from lil-12 o'clock. The committee in charge of arrangements for the Anniversary Formal Dance includes: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson—eh., Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Hilkert, Mr. and Mrs. "Myron Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kragh, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClain. Mr; Porter announced that the Dinner dance is a guest affair and that the members are encouraged to make reservations by Thursday, Nov. 21. CUB LEADER SESSIONS The last of three cub scout leader training sessions was held Monday night at scout headquarters in the city.,buifding; It covered den and pack activities. The course was held to provide cub scout leaders with the neces St. Vincent Patrol Tours Notre Dame The St. Vincent school safety patrol traveled to St. Mary's college and Notre Dame University Saturday morning following the 8 o'clock Mass and communion at the church. At St. Mary's the group was led on a guided tour through the 0'- Laughlin auditorium where cos- 'tumes and stage settings w-^re being prepared for "Brigadoon." The highlights of the Notre Dame tour were the Sacred Heart church, Rockney Memorial hall, the 0'- Shaughnessy Fine Arts building, the Grotto, Log Cabin chapel and lunch at the LaFortune Student Center. Parents of the students who provided transportation were William Rozzi, William Heutebuch, Joe Kierans, Mrs. J. O'Connor, Mrs. sary knowledge for operating a cub pack. Warren Holm, scout ex- J. Deremegio and Mrs. Tom 'Pas- ecutive, said a more advanct — - 1 course" would be offered later. MEETING TONIGHT The Cancer Society Board Directors will meet this evenii at 7:30 o'clock at the city bull WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY Our Regular 39c Decorated FINGER TIP TOWELS 11x18 Fringed terry fingsr lip tow.lj. Attractive novelty decorations on whit* ond colored background). Ideal for TV «ray», kitchen uie, chair leti, et«. DOWNSTAWiS STORE 29 On Sale Wednesday Morning Only 1ADIES 2.99 "PHII-MA1D" CHALLIS PRINT FUNNEL GOWNS PAJAMAS Each Attractive pattern» ond itylei. Warm and jerviceable. Srzet from 34 »» 40 but not In every style. Buy and save at this low price. STREET FLOOR FRONT quale The cultural program was presented by Mrs. Donna H«nry on •'Giving and Receiving Friendship" and Mrs. Ruth Jilcott on "Poise and Charm." The next meeting is December 2 with Mrs. Janet Arthurhults. Dinner Enjoyed By Ladies Bible Class The Ladies Bible olass of the Broadway EUB church was entertained at a Thanlsgwing dinner Sunday noon at the Robert Barnett' home, 2308 Smead street, with Mrs. Lillian H-eath and Mrs. Barnett as hostesses. Thanks was return-id and the blessing was asked by Mrs. Mollie Alber. Following the meal, the class •meeting 6pened with the singing of the class song and .Jevotions by Mrs. Alpha Halsey who gave opening prayer and read rscripture. (Mrs. Gertrude Logan and Mrs. Lois Spotts, secretary and treasurer, reported. Following roll call, a picture of the author of the booV:; "Discovering the Unshakeable," was shown. The group discussed helping the Cheerful Helpers galher soap to send the Otterbein hcme -and also discussed plans to secure a picture of the home. Mrs. Edna Buti -closed with prayer. The -next meeting will be a Christmas dinner arid llifty-cent exchange. SOCIAL 1 CALENDAR TUESDAY 8 p.m. — Fidelity chapter- No. 58, OES, Masonic Temple. WEDNESDAY 11:30 a.m. — 4-H Boosters HD club, Mrs. Irene Ray. 12:30 p.m. — WSCS, Bethel Methodist church, Anoka WSCS, Bethel church. 1 p.m. — Metea Baptist Missionary society. 1 p.m. — WSCS, Salem Methodist church, Mrs. Fern Henry. 1:30 p.im. — Miami ..Baptist Missionary society, Mrs. Grace Miller. 1:30 p.m. — Clinton township HD club, Mrs.. Clara Slusser. 1:30 p.m. — Harrison township HD club, Lucerne Community hall. 2 p.m. — What Next class, Presbyterian church, Mrs. Florence Tichenor. 2 p.m. — Council of- Cass county Federation of Clubs, YWCA parlors. 2 p.m. — St. Veronica study club, Mrs. Marie Kumler. 2 -p.m. — Music Boosters, 'Grass Creek, school. 2 p.m. — Dorcas class, Mrs. Charles Whiteman. Who's New Club Hosts Husbands Who's New club entertained husbands at a turkey dinner recently at the YWCA annex with a western theme prevailing in the decorations. Guns, holsters and wagon wheels accented the motif, and the serving table was centered with two miniature covered wagons. The president, Mrs. Vernon Hedlund gave the welcome and Mrs. Jack Grable announced that a request had been made for the re- showing of the minstrel show presented at the spring card party. The cast includes dames Brad McClain, Don Kam- jpenga, George Carabet, Terry Wilson,-- Willis Montgomery and Richard Reinert. On the committee for the even ing were Mrs. Joe Brubaker, gen- Tuesday Evening, November 19, 19JT. Past Presidents Of Lioness Club Honored At Dinner Past presidents of the Lioness club were honored Monday evening at a turkey dinner at the Dykeman restaurant with 26 members and guests attending. Mrs. Nancy Hefley, M::s. Florence Buchanan and Mrs. Jean Abner were guests. Dinner was served from tables laid in white and marked with arrangements of green plants in yellow cjntainers and candelabra. Name cards were gold turkeys, and orange and yellow nut cups completed the motif. The seven past presidents able to attend were Mrs. James White, Mrs. Harry Watts, Mrs. Bruce Buchanan, Mrs. Keith Showalter, Mrs. Fred Kinder, Mrs. G. H. Ab- ncr and Mrs. Robert Hammontree. Mrs. Merritt Hammon'xee and Mrs. .Herbert Crockett were unable to attend. Two Dead As Train Rams Into Building Eight Hurt, Scores Are Shaken Up At Medford, Mass. MEDFORD, Mass. (UP) — The Boston and Maine Railroad's passenger train Red Wing jumped the tracks on an overpass today and plowed into a five - story brick building. At least two persons — the engineer and fireman—were killed, eight were injured and scores were shaken up. The train, which funs between Boston and Montreal, was carrying about 50 .passengers. Dead were engineer Harold .1. Danforth. Somerville. Mass.. and Hie fireman, identified only as Secretary-treasurer reports werej Murp |, y wno was trapped in the given during the business meeting, j ca b O f the looomotive which top- Mrs. Buchanan and Mrs. White were appointed to write the club's history, eral chairman; decorations, Mrs.I Mrs. Buchanan won the door Howard Jones, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Delbert Underly and Mrs. Rondell Farley; Food—Mrs. Garnet Wekh, Mrs. Norman Hartmann and Mrs. Hedlund; Name tags—Mrs. Elton Berry and Mrs. Herbert Willard; entertainment— Bishop, Mary Lou Crisman, Mar-.Mrs. Reinert, Mrs. Wilson and jorie Smith Mrs. Douglass, Helen Barnett, Mary Holmes, Helen Pippinger, Nancy Smith and Helen Moran. Prayer Rally To Be At Lincoln Nov. 21 The O.M.S. prayer circle rally will be held at the Lincoln M. E. church Thursday with Miss Ruth Bergert, soloist, musician and speaker, in "charge of the devotions. Mrs. Grable. Dancing was the evening's entertainment. The next event will be the annual "hanging of.the greens" in the Y.W.C.A. December 5th. prize. Bingo was enjoyed and white elephant prizes awarded. The committee included Mrs. Robert Meyers, Mrs. Don He-:kard and Mrs, Robert O'Hara. December 16 will be the Christmas party and the $1 gift exchange. The committee includes ilrs. Rolland Johnson, M:rs. White, Vlrs. Rex Hunter and Mrs. Ross Reid. Best Ever Class Plans Yule Party Plans were made for the Christmas party and decorating of the church for the holidays at the Monday evening meeting of the Best The meeting will begin at 101 Ever class of the Broadway Mettv a.m., and Miss E. Hayes will give the local prayer reports during the morning session. Following the basket dinner, Miss Bergert, who has also served as a missionary in Latin America, will be the guest speaker. The evening session is at 7:30 p.m., and Miss Bergert will again speak and show slides. The public is invited. 1ADIES AID DINNER The Deer Creek Lutheran Ladies Aid will serve a dinner in the Parish Hall Thursday. A business meeting wiU follow. odist church at the home of Mrs. Adah Hedrick, 1504 High street. Mrs. Mae Evernham and Mrs. Vevay Langbak assisted the hostess. Mrs. ETOrnhaim opened the meeting with prayer, arid Mrs. Nell Bradfield, president, ednduct- ed the session. Mrs. Langbulc introduced Miss Lily Neff who -mtertained by showing pictures ••>£ Hawaii and the Philippine Islsnds and Sa.n Francisco. Refreshments were serv<xJ at the close of the m-jeting. The :iext session will be a covered disJi Christ- Home Demonstration club will mas party December 16 at the church. 409-415 E. BROADWAY - DIAL 4166 For A New Musical Thrill... x Come In and Listen To The LOWREY! IiOWREY ORGAN ^•i^Hi^^BHMNMHHiMiVMMMillmHmlllllKKiJ^^I^^ Th« Lawny It th» perfect organ far your horn*! 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Wash it in the morning and use.it at night. —Wednesday Only— 66" x 90", Beg. 10.95 only 72" x 90", Keg. 12.95 only DOMESTICS - FIRST FIOOR Buy for yourself and for gifts! Exquisite NYLON SLIPS No where else will you find such an outstanding value! Enchanting styles so smartly designed with fabulous styling and workmanship. Nylon tricot trimmed with nylon lace, fine crystal plea tings, tuckings and embroidery.. Sizes 32-40 Reg. 6.95 Wed. only 3.29 LINGERIE - SECOND FLOOR * * pled 11 feet to the street. The seven-car train was traveling over a side track during a drizzling rain when it became derailed and tore into the Converse Rubber Co. warehouse in which 100 persons were working. The two-section locomotive tore a 15- foot gash in one corner of the building and fell to the street. Only four rear cars—combination sleepers and coaches — remained on the tracks. The others, all baggage cars, were derailed. Institute To Be Locally Attended Four members of the fit. Joseph EUB Builders Class Dinner Attracts 80 The Builders class of the Broadway EUB church staged its annual Thanksgiving dinner Sunday at hospital stiff will attend' an In-'the church parlors with 80 mem- stitute on Medico-Morale problems at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel at Detroit, Michigan, November 20-22. Those attending will be Sister M. Geranda, administrator; Sister M. Rolanda, supervisor o- surgical floor; Sister M. Cleopha, supervisor of Obstetrics and Miss Margaret Bowen. supervisor of Surgery. The Instilute is sponsored by the Catholic Hospital Association of the United States and Canada and is conducted by Rev. John J. Lynch! S. J. Professor of Moral Theology of Weston College, Mass. bers and their families attending. Rev. Wilbur Wilson offered the devotions. Tables were decorated in a hand-made Thanksgiving motif. Hostesses were Mrs. Blanche Miller and Mrs. Minnie Wade. ROCK CREEK HD MEET ROCKFIE!LD-The Rock Creek meet at 11 a.m. Thursday in' the Presbyterian church here. HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Blanche Sink gave a birthday party recently in honor of William Lind at route 2, city. Guests were: William Lind and daughter, Mrs. Otto Lind and Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lind and family, Mr. and Mrs. William V. Frushour and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Frye and family, Mrs. William Vitello and son, Charlene Hardy and son, Mr. and M::s. Walter Sherman, Mr. and MTS. Pat Flattery, Mrs. Blanche Sink, and Mrs. Mary Grady. WEDNESDAY 9 TO 12 FINAL PRE-HOLIDAY CLEANUP MAKING ROOM FOR SANTA! BE HIRE PROMPTLY AT 9 WED! YOUR CHOICE! WOMEN'S PANTIK WOMEN'S BELTS DJS'H TOWELS (WANTS SLIPS ASSORTED PIECE GOODS REMNANTS TERRY FACE TOWELS TERRY WASH CLOTHS PLASTIC BlANfJET BAGS YOUR" CHOICE! • FORMULA BAG' • WOMEN'S SCARFS • BOY'S SHIRTS • BRAS MEN'S CAPS KNIT GLOVES NYLON HOSE MEN'S UNDERWEAR GIRLS SWEAT SHIRTS INFANTS BABY BOOK YOUR CHOICE! MEN'S DRESS SHttTS CHILDREN; PAJAMAS WOMEN'S BtOUSPS CHILDRENS SHOES WOMEN'S SWEATERS 80 SO. 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