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Friday Evening, May 17, 1957. SOCIETY A talk on "Civil Defense" and an installation of officers highlighted the final meeting of the school year for the Columbia P-TA Tuesday evening at the school with Mr. and Mrs. William Harshman giving the invocation. The program was opened with the presenting of the flags by Girl Scout Troop No. 37. A picture, entitled "Master Simpson" was presented by the troop to the PTA in appreciation for their sponsorship of the scouts. A musical was given by the combined orchestras of McKinley. and Columbia schools under the direction of Joe Huffman with Dan Mordcnti as guest director. The secretary's report was given by Mabel Hall and the treasurer's report by Mrs. Dorothy Hughes. The room count was taken by The Sunshine banquet honoring the senior girls of Young America, was held at the Flora theatre coffee shop, Tuesday evening. Dinner was served to 32 members and six guests, Mrs. St. Amand, Mrs. Searight, Mrs. Grant, Miss Shelby, Mrs. McCain! of principal, Mrs. Don Beck, wife of trustee. Members of Sunshine are: Kay Becker, Betty Elliott, Phyllis Harness, Sue Knapp, Bev erly Manning, Dixie Noel, Jane Prather, Judy Robison, Linda Wikel, Lois Adkinson, Virginia .Cohee, Mary Gish, Marilyn Johnson, Jane Miller, Sonja Morris, Carol Shanks, Linda Shawver, Eloise Sprinkle, Rebecca Unger,, Ellen Wilson, Bessie Beck, Sally Krise, Sharon Manning, Virginia Naftzger, Janet Wilson, Joan Wilson, Carole Allbaugh, Mary Jones, Barbara Lybrook, Rita Nelson, Myrna Mrs. G. W Wolf and the picture, ! Raines anc i Sharon Seagra'ves. Slowpoke was awarded to Miss j 3 Mrs. Mabel i Hall's third grade. Mrs. Herbert Rice reported on the state PTA convention held at Indianapolis on May 2, 3, and 4th and Mrs. president, Alice Murray, council announced that their wil! be public installation of council officers Tuesday evening, May 21st at 7:30 p.m. at the Koosevelt Building. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Mabel Hall introduced the guest speaker for the evening, Mr. V/ayne Schaefer, "Civil Defense". who spoke on He explained how the committee had been formed over the past six years and is prepared for any local or national disaster. Mrs. Alice Murray, PTA Council President, installed the following officers for the coming year: Mrs. Shirley Rice, president; Mrs. Nell Tribbett, vice-president; Miss Elva Mae Ragsdale, secretary and Mrs. Connie Jones, treasurer. The meeting closed and refreshments of coffee and cookies were served. the Last Will and Testament was read by Ellen Wilson. Then Senior girls sang "Graduation Day." The chairman of program committee, Jone Miller, with the help of her committee members, Ellen Wilson and Virginia Naftzger, presented gifts to the Senior girls from the Sunshine Society. Mrs. St. Amand read a poem she had written about the Seniors and presented them with a gift. Remarks were made by Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Searight, Mrs. Don Beck, and Mrs. McCain. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe St. Amand of the Roxy theatre in Delphi for the show. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tbre» Nightingales Host Future Nurses Club A panel discussion on the different phases of nursing highlighted 'the gathering of the Florence Otterman, Janie Lindley, Francei Huff, Linda Mclntyre, Judy Vernon, Patty Weida, Beth Nelicr, Nancy Rozzi, Margaret Ann Pasquale, Joann Pasquale, Lynn* FIRST MOTHERS HEAR INDIANA'S MOTHER OF YEAR The —it- United Lutheran Washington PTA Installs Officers Officers were installed at the the' Washington school P-TA 'at the school with Mrs. Pearl Kesser opening the session with a poem and Mrs. Mary Englebrecht, president, conducting the session. Mrs. Grace Kesser led singing and ' gave an accordion selection and Audra Kesser presented a piano solto. Mrs. Mildred Royer .._ ^ read the secretary's report and cologne! Mrs. Helen Jones, the treasurer's account. Mrs. Charles LaDow and Nightingale study club when its.'Veazel, JuanJtia McCloskey, Peg. gy Murphy, Madonna Cain, Mary members entertained Nurses club of the school Wednesday hospital. • On the panel were: Mrs. Rose the Future local high at St. Joseph Conrad, general duty, Mildred Ross, Industrial nurse; Gladys OUerman, office nurse; Nancy Schmidt, psychiatric nurse; Don na Lou Adkins, ancsthesist assistant; Mary Oppenheimer, moderator and Emma Weber, private duty. Lunch was served with each Ellen Newman, Marilyn Ricciardi. Madeline Ricciardi, Nora Layman, Karen Laugh and Kathy Shafer. Girl Scout News A Girl Scout camp rally will b* held at the local Girl Seoul camp Saturday from 9:30 a.m.- to 1:30 p.m. for all registered Brownie, member receiving a gift bottfe" of I Intermediate and Senior Girl On were the committee in charge Mrs. Rose Conrad, Mrs. Mrs. Eileen Lyons told of her visit to the Crippled Children's classes at Jefferson and Washington school and announcement was made that a white elephant sale and snack bar will be held at the school this Friday evening from 5 t:ll 8 p.m. Also, the sixth grade recognition day will be June 3rd. at 1 p.m. The sixth grade picnic j will be held May 3ist. ' | Those installed"inlo office were:! president, Mrs. 'Eileen Lyons; | vice-president, Mrs. Charles La- Mrs. Rillia Hickey. Mrs. Rita Grady, Mrs. Lenore Ford, Mrs. Julia Laing and Miss Thelma Deane. Future meeting raine Rush, Elsie Hahn, Connie Nurses attending the were: Loretta Cush, Lo- Scouts. Girls are asked to bring a nosebag lunch and a sit upon. Five-year camp pins will be asvardod. Mrs. Marge Mcllwain and Mrs. Kate Roberts are in charge assisted by the Junior camp committee: Erin Killion. Pat Emmerd, Carol Sue Hardt, Roberta Hammontrcc, Margaret Massey and Dixie Ulery. Read the Classified Ads Mrs Elizabeth Blizard, the Washington township mother who was selected Indianas' Mother of the ' 0 " Thursday afternoon lunolll!on mecting ° £ the First •Dow; Nearly 70 members and guests heard Mrs. Blizard talk of her experiences as Mother of the Year nd her recent trip U, New York where the National Mother of the Year was selected. __^ (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving,) Women's —sir- Jewel Rebckah lodgo 541 meet tonight at R o'clock at the IOOF hall. Members are asked to bring a white elephant for the sale. Mrs. Byron Wilson, 421 Fronl street, entertained the How Many club Tuesday evening with prizes si bunco going to IWable Greider, Alice Garver and Flora McClurc. Refreshments wore served. The next hostess is Mrs. McClure, 1705 High street. —ft- The Home and Hobby HD cluh Association of St. Luke's church met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Pearl Jones with the Lord's' Prayer given in opening. A short business meeting was conducted at which time officers were re-elected. The topic, "World Lutheran, Welcome to North America," was presented by Mrs. Oscar Homburg. The Lutheran World Federation Assembly was announced for August 15-25 at Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sigma Phi Gamma Entertains Vets The Sigma Phi Gamma sorority sponsored a dance party for 7(i veterans of ward 1, building 13, at the Marion Veterans hospital Wednesday evening. Sorority members attending were Marcella Garrett, Shirley iloller, Beverly liowell, Jean McWilliams, •will meet Monday evening at 7:30, Margaret Laing, Jean Langbak. of Marjoriej 1 '' 01 "-'" Layman, Angcle LonciyDon- slreet. Lu- na Coiner, Suzanne Erickson, Joan Mucker, Kathleen Urr.barger, who was chairman of arrangements. Red Cross volunteers attending were Krnm Walls. Eunice Woods, Kve Wildrick, Slielia Cody, Xorma Parker, Doris Parker, Clarice Wil-. Hams, Kve Fan-ell, Vera Gust,; Bertha Stiinton, Kate Giffin and' Bolty Densborn. Presenting dance music was Alice Gilbert's band which includes Adam Parente, George Carew and Ward Lush. o'clock at the home Schwartz, 3H Grove cillo Smith and Vivian Porter wi'.l assist the hostess. "Women Who Interest Me" will be the roll cal! response. ,A, St. Jarnes Service Guild will inec't Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the parish hall for an election of officers. The speaker •will be a German student who is doing graduate work at Purdue University, Peter Knollor, who will speak on "The Church Behind the: Iron Curtain." Circle 5 will serve j refreshments. I -•A- | The Woman's Auxiliary of the I Trinity Episcopal church will meet 1 at the parish house Monday eveiv ing at 7:4!> o'clock. Mrs. Mark Smith wil! speak on the study of the "Sacrament of Penance." -A- The Women's Union of the Rockfield Christian church met recently at the home of Mrs. Mary Popejoy. Norma Joan Martin save the lesson. Nondas Leslie,' president, was in charge of the business (meoting. Roll call was answered •with a Bible verse. Jo Gregg read the secretary's report. Refreshments were served. The June meeting will bo held 30 Attend Mental Culture Club Meet Mrs. Mabel Timmons entertained 30 members of the Mental Culture club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Mamie Castle assisting. The meeting was oper.ed with the pledges led by Mrs. Nell Br.adi'ield and Mrs. Clara Kirkpatrick followed by the collect led by Mrs. Lena Easterday. "Fashions during my teens" was given by members in answer to roll call. Mrs. Nellie Alfrey was in charge of devotions preceding the secretary and treasurer reports, During the Huffman Pupils To Present Musicale An afternoon Musicale will be presented by piano and voice pupils of Mrs. 0. M. Huffman Sunday at 2 o'clock at the Broadway ELTB church. Students participating will be Jane Gustin, Jessie Ann Sullivan, Men Plan Program For St. Joseph Meet The Men's Night program committee for the St Joseph Homo and School Association met Thursday evening at the home of Emerson R. Hattcn, route 5, to plan the program to be presented at the )ast meeting of the year to Margaret Ann Ross, Margaret I be a ham dinner Thursday eve- Miller, Susan Whar-: ning, May 27, at 6:30 o'clock at Har ton, .lucly Joyec Ann Hardt, Michael Cart, Marsha Huffman, Boyd Barnes, Rhea Rcnlschler, Teri Ann Brown, Bonnie Rohrbaugh, Carolyn Hassett, Jeanelte He'.zncr, Janet Reynolds, Elaine Actnn, Sandra Simmons, Nina Jo Ballard, session members]Janice Klumpp, Nancy Laird, El- voted to retain the regular sched-|loen and Harriott Fitzgerald, u'.e for meetings during Holy Week Cheryl Shanlcau, Tony Smith, Da- and also to increase the yearly dues. An invitation was accepted to attend an open-house at the Bunker Hill base on May lf)th, and Mrs. Loree Wilson, president, invited the club to her summer cottage for a picnic on June Bth. The topic, "Salt of the Earth" was presented by Mrs. Dorothy Newer, and a poem was read by Mrs. Fay Johnson. The mispah was repeated in closing followed with the serving of rcfreshmenLs. •with Mrs. Blanche Jo Gregg .as leader. Scward with Wilson, Mrs. Joe Shaffer, Mrs. Hartley Pierson, Mrs. Jamison, M:s,s Jane Collier and Miss Hill.' Delegates Attend State Convention Day dinner at the Bon Hur 'flics- Delegates Olive Carey and Agnes Delta Chi —A-— Sigma sorority held a business meeting at the YWCA Tuesday evening at which time plans were made for the Mother's Fete Mrs. Wikle At Surprise Shower Mrs. Philip Wikle was honored at a surprise stork shower Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Jack Wallace in Camden. A yellow and green motif was u.':ecl in the decoration of the table which was centered with spring flowers. Storks made of nut .shells and pipe cleaners marked each place. Contest prizes went to Mrs. Dick Wilson, Miss Donna Hill and Mrs. Don Jamison who in turn presented thorn to the honored guest. A gift was presented to Mrs. Wikle from the group. Who's New Plans May Card Party Committees for I he annual May card party were announced at a recent meeting of the Who's New club at the home of Mrs. Elton Berry. The party will be held Wednesday afternoon, May 22, at 1-30 o'clock at the YWCA annex. Committees are as follows: hostesses, Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Robert Sundcn,' Mrs. Grovcr Hol.zncr and Mrs. A. L. Mrs, Keith McGill; door prizes, Miller; table prizes, Assisting the hostess were Mrs. I prizes. All wishing to attend Mrs. Herbert Willard; tickets, Mrs. William PcLroski, Mrs. Howard Jones and Mrs. Norman Hartmann; program, Mrs. Vernon C'obb, Mrs. Jack Grablc, Mrs Terry Wilson, Mrs. Robert Plcrcu and Mrs. Richard Rcincrt. The afternoon will feature entertainment, door prizes contrilj- j uted by local merchants and table .. - ... — arc invited and may contact Mrs. William Potroski, 2l03(i. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. day evening, o'clock. May 28, at G:15 The A.A.U.W. met at the home of Mrs. Catherine Justice on Wednesday evening with a carry- In dinner. Miss Thelma Nicholas gave nn Interesting talk on "Music in the Contemporary World." She discussed the different types of music in which our modern musicians are interested, namely: Opera, Voice-, Composition and Instrumentation. The interest in Instruments Is taking the trend of making new instruments for new sound effects and rhythms as in calypso instruments. The composers write primarily for movies and TV programs. The committee in charge of the evening were: Sara Webster, Jean Barton, Reba Uriggs, Elleon Copeland, Stella Fitzcr, Carolyn Fultz, Amy Jay, Olivo King, Edith Whur- ton. — fr- St. Cecelia study club of SI. Joseph church will meet Tuesday evening for a covered dish dinner at (>:30 o'clock with Mrs. Susie Bugby. —fi- The Infant Jesusu of Prague study club of St. Joseph church j will meet Monday evening at. 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Hubert Leslie, 101 East Miami avenue. — &•— The WWMB Friendship lodge will meet Saturday evening at 8 o'clock •t til. YWCA. Papula are attending the State convention at Kvansville May IB, 17. and 18, representing Ivy Grove •II, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle. Also attending is Jessie Scott. Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, was asked to present its elephant act and attending will he Virginia Shanks, Mona Been, Mary Booher, Julia Baker and Pat Bak- The trucking industry ranks iccond to agriculture as the union's largest employer of labor. More than seven million persons ire directly employed by the industry. For All Occasion!) GREETING CARDS "that say what you want to say' H I ATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE Weinand's Carry Out Service DAILY EXCEPT WEDNESDAY Doz. Jumbo Shrimp (wlfh iauco) $ 1.60 Fresh Channel Catfish lb . $ 1,25 Fresh Perch lb 90c Barbequed Spare Ribs .... lb $1.50 Whole Pan Fried Chicken (D1 , |oinlod) $1,50 Whole Spring Broiler ('"^7) 'C $1-25 All Served with a Generous portion of French Friei If you're going la th« llm. Mali over lh» wgikond don't cook, plcJ< up a FRIED CHICKEN BOX LUNCH $1.50 Phone 4907 In advance and your order will bo ready when you come for it. WEINAND'S LUNCH 320 South Third secretary, Mrs. Mildred treasurer, Mrs. Helen The installation was conducted by the mother oC Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. Glen Pummel, former president. Mrs. Lyons presented Mary Englebrecht with a past president's pin. Mrs. Opal Hull, high school art teacher presented a very interesting "Chalk Talk." The meeting then closed with refreshments served by Mrs. Ruth Hahn, and Mrs. Audry Hickir.an. the YWCA dining room. All parents arc urged to attend I and see the special program. There will be another committee meeting Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Thomas Rominger, route 5, Davis street Road. Other committee members arc Robert Bruck, Donald Brown, John Corso, Hubert Leslie, Jos- Lor.er, James Officers Elected By St. Rose Club Officers were elected at I Wednesday evening meelinj; of 1 Special Purchase SAVES YOU ' " na Myers, Janice and Sandra English, Shelley Morris, Mary There- eph Gagliano, Herman sa Romminger, Kathy and Patty .Howard Peppercorn and Friedrich and Ella Gay Noble.: Hatcher. Nancy Jackson is accompanist. A interested persons are cc dialiy invited to attend. SOCIAL CALENDAR Friday 7:30 p. m.—Mothers of Wortd Unit in, Memorial HOME LEAGUE MEETING Mrs. E. C. Ellis, Mrs Berlha Guodall and Mrs. Charles Sherman of the Salvation Army Home League attended an annual meeting at Indianapolis recently, one of three special events of the year for the League. Other events are War 2, lmmc ' T, , , , i lho three-day 1 camping session" in p. m.—Foiirlh Mothers study ; Wisconsin and a round-up in AIIL'- club, Mrs. Mary Regan. ; ust a!. Oak-Laiulon camp Indiana Washable Sneakers ...for Boys and Girls $JM Red • Blue • Sizes small 6 to 3 FAMILY SHOE DEPT. STREET FLOOR Colonial Club * DIVIDEND * Early American Trivet and Wall Piece URGE 7" DIAMETER T.M. REG. f 5.95 • NORTHERN HAROROCK MtPLE • RUBBED SALEM FINISH TO • USEFUL . DECORATIVE MEMBERS ONLY JOIN NOW . . . Only members are entitled to purchase this item at.special dividend price. Watch for future outstanding decorative and useful dividends for Colonul Club members. REGISTER AT 'TUT. St. Joseph church at Ihe home Amelia Green. Catherine Cort opened the meeting with prayi. and the Rosary was recited. Hanna Hayes, Bloise Kimcs ar Bcrnadine FrettinjOT read fro Bishop Sheen's "Way to Happ ness," with a discussion follow! the rending. Vicki Duffey was electee! pros dent; Josephine Hombach, sc rotary-treasurer; and Kay MeC; frey, reporter. Plans were mac for a June 12 picnic. Refreshmen were served from a linen cnvere table centered with flowers ai tapers. da: in iiiiiii: KKH M xnnnni snnii iiiin nn ELVERS JEWELRY has the new —^ in t Waterman's C /F the fountain pen that needs no ink bottle FROM Refill cartridge* 8 for 50c This remarkable fountain pen utilizes an unbreakable, transparent cartridge. Tremendous ink capacity. No inner parts to break or wear out. Wide choice of points in beautifulcolor combinations. GIFTS ** GRADUATION REG. $399.95 VALUE Jfi $ 268- 00 ^p*^* ^h MMy'UUUUBeUiUul JEWELRY WITH TRADE LOADED With SUPER FEATURES! BIG 65 POUND FROZEN FOOD CAPACITY BUILT-IN 1 LB. 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