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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 18, 1957
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Saturday Evening, May 18, 1957. was scripture by the president, Mrs. Maudie Prie.sthoff, and the open- in? prayer was offered by Mrs. Blanch Huffman followed with a class song, "Help Some-body Today." The secretary's report was given by Mrs, Eisio Bushing, treasurer's report by Mrs. Alia Hyrnan and the report of the flower fund by Mrs. Mae Bownall. A report was received from the sick committee. Regular business was held and members decided that an' auction sale will he held at the June meeting to be held at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. S. Fife. The closing prayer was offered by the president. A social hour was held with contest prize going, lo Mrs. Blanch Huffman and (he booby pri/.e to Mr.s. Flora Smith. The attendance pri/.e went to Miss Cressah llind- baugh. Refreshments were served by the hostess and her assistant, Mrs. Klhcl Stafford. —•ft — Mrs, Alice Monesmilh was hostess lo the 12 and 21 club recently assisted by Kulh Rontschler. SOCIETY The Flora Seniors, school faculty, and guests stepped into a Fairyland as they entered the Missis- sinewa Country Club tor the Flora Junior-Senior Dinner and Prom given by the juniors to honor their graduating classmates. The theme "Fairyland Romance" was carried out with golden wands, castles, and lucky 4-leaf clover umbrellas. The sky was filled with stars. • and on the walls were murals of fairyland scenes. Punch from the magic Wishing Well was served throughout the evening by Ihe pages, who were dressed as elves and fairies. The invocation, given by Merlin Berkey was followed by Jane Ann Jones who "Set the Stage" for the rest of the evening. The dinner was served after which Gary Mullendore, president of the junior class, welcomed all and introduced guests who were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hatton, county superintendent; Mr. and Mrs. George Wasson, trustee; and Mr. and Mrs. B. Keith Rose, principal. The response was given by the senior class president, Richard Murray, Juniors presented the following program: a humorous monologue iy Rodney Lee Flora; musical duets were sung by Judy North- cult and Rebecca Smith; a musical solo sung by Nancy Eller, and a iantomime was given by Barbara and Beverly Prills. To close the program the junior class of '57 sang "Farewell, Goodspeed, and Good Fortune." Dick Moroenti provided dancing music. — fr— The Cheerful Helpers class of Broadway EUB church met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Kuth Best, 71C High street. Tho mr»M inr/ u.'n « nnnn/wt until held May 27th at the Ben Hur restaurant and a letter was read from Marvin H. Miller, area representative for the Indiana Hearl Fund, commending the sorority for work done for the Heart fund. It was voted to donate $50.00 to the Cass County Crippled j Children's Society for the camp j —to— Shiloh CWF of Noble Township met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Edna Mae Busard, who was assisted by Mrs. Estella Benson. The meeting opened -with group singing of "What a Friend" with Mrs. Frances Shanks providing piano accompaniment. Members answered roll call by giving ways the club could replenish the treasury. The secretary-treasurer reports were given followed by devotions by Mrs. Joyce Rush, who read an article, "God is our Hope," taken from a pamphlet by David C. Cook, and also an article "Why Mothers Day." i The group decided lo pay Mrs. Jessie Eikelberner for program and lesson packets she brought back from state conference held at Huntington May 10th. Ladies reporting on the meeting were Mrs. Ruby Roller, Mrs. Verna Eikelberner, and Mrs. Jessie Eikelberner, It was announced that Bible school will be held the last two weeks in June, and ladies were asked to volunteer In serve refreshments the first week of Bible school, the 17th through the 21st. Mrs. Jessie Kikelberner talked on the family camp week lo be held June 20lh through July Gth at Merom, Indiana. The lesson was presented by Madonna Bender, Jerry Benson To Marry October 12 Mr. and Mrs. George R. Bender, camp; of lOH Twentieth street, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage .of their daughter, Madonna, to Jerry A. Benson, son of Mrs. Irene Watson, 32 West Columbia street. The couple will be married October 12 at the St. Vincent dePaul church. Both Miss Bender and her fiance are local high school graduates. He is also a graduate of the International Business college at Fort Wayne" and is employed in the office of the RBM Manufacturing company. Farmers Bank. She is employed at the and Merchants State j Mrs. Martha Leach on "Church 'of Southeast Asia," Mrs. Lucille Sanders volunteered lo present the lesson at the June meeting. The meeting concluded with the group repealing "The Lord's Prayer. • Mrs, Busard conducted con- lesls during Ihe social hour wilh prizes going lo Mr.s. Dorolhy Taylor, Mary Myers, Genevicve Hardy. Mrs. Ruby Roller and Mrs. Ethel Love .shared door prizes. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Florence Myers on Friday, June lllh. Mr.s, Edith Ban- will bo assistant hostess. Devotions will be given by Jessie Kikelberner, Mrs. Mary Myers announced the choir class would have a bake salt- this Saturday KrofLs shoe store. Refreshments were served to 25 members, one guest, Mr.s. Winlon and 8 children. Elsie Harrison lownship Home Demonstration club members met Wednesday al the Lucerne school with Jean McCrea opening the meeting with a Mother's Day reading and the club creed. Jo Robinson offered devotions Mrs. Rulh Moss, Mrs. Rulh Helms, Mrs. Jennie Morrow and Mrs. Lillie Murden. Eel lownship 'HD club No. 2 will meol Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home ot Mrs. Muriel Weser, 317 Eighth street. .Roll call will be answered with "My Mother's Maiden Name." Mrs. Gertrude Eagan and Mrs. Fayr> Martin will assist. Helmet Temple 230, Pythian Sisters, Young America, will meet at the hall Tuesday evening at It o'clock. A mother's day program is planned and a committee will serve. St. Theresa study club of St. Vincent church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Minkle, near Camden, for a covered dish dinner with Mrs. Kate Walsh as a special guest. Mrs. John J. Moran read the life of St. Anthony and Mrs. D. D. Kiannegin and Mrs. William F. Bauer were named the new president and secretary, respectively. Eel township HD club No. 1 will meet with Mrs. Lee Skinner, 510 West Market slrcet, Wednesday afternoon al 2 o'clock. Mizpah lodge Hi, L.S. to B. of R.T. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the IOOF hall. Past Chiefs club, Pythian Sis- li'i's. will meet with Mrs. Florence Tic-honor, 9!M West Wabash avenue, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. —v'r— SI. James Lntheran circle No, fi will meet Monday evening at 7::i(l o'clock with Mr.s. Ulin Bur- donner, llllll East Market street Mrs. Phyllis Krcamer conducted ,, ! , ,, , ,, "Shopper Show's Party" as the " n(J , nc h ' st " ry "' l * e *«™ "J. Ulc rnontri was presented by Mary liackus followed by group singing feature <it the evening. Those attending were: Mrs. and popcorn at the next popjiy chairman Webster Maude O'Mara, Judy Crosuoure, Rochester, Mary Sidall, Wanda Gundrurn, Honnie Girnplcrnan, Itulh Malhias Donela Renlschler, Judy Minler, Marge Zurlman, Hulh Maslerson, Maxinc Kisllcr, Lenna Montgomery, Mary Miller, Helen lUin«, Marva Tarn and Phyllis Kreamor. Refreshments were served and Joan Hans, president, conducled a nhorl business mecling. Plans were also made for a shopping trip to Logansport June nib. vy The Ladies Auxiliary of Ihe VFW 3790 met al (he Post home with the president, Robyn Myers in charge. Reports of Ihe comrnillees were as follows: Sisler Stuart reported on hospilal equipment and also staled thai Hie wheelchair wan mil located; Sister Spurgeon staled Ihiil Ihe Junior Glrl« tjnil will soil candy dance; staled lhat poppy week will start the week of May 20th. Headquarters will be at Wllers Store. Those reported ill were Shirley Jones, Jean Spring, Sue Wicrncr, Clco Fellers, e.nd cotnradej; Louie Baurnan and Paul Donahue. The district meeting will be Sunday, May KJth at Lafayette featuring nomination and election of District officers. The meelint; will atari at 2 p.m. The next regular meeting will be May 2llth. Those serving on the refreshments commillee are Ada Mallell, Virginia Grant, Virginia Corcoran and Kobyn Myers. Arm Hayworth received the door prize. Junior Girls L'nit of the V.F.W, met recently with Hetty Websler la charge. Twerily-one members wero present. .Minutes were read nnd bills accepted with a million by Carolyn M.'issey and Gweri Welrner. Kay Winn was reported III preceding a report on Ihe Irlp lo the local stale hospital by Donrm Myers. Motion was made by Diane Adarns and Rila Corcoran that a candy sale be held al Ihe next dance and the committee In charge The Adams township Home Demonstration club met al Memorial Hall Thursday for the regular meet, ing will) Ihe president, Mrs, Glen Lenis, opening the session with Ihe dull prayer, • Hliilnry of Ihe song of Ihe rnonlh wan tfivcri by Men, Ik'lcn Dl/lrrmir and wad sung by the group wilh piano accompanlmonl by Mrs. Kslbiir Rudlcal. Mm, Rosle .Johnson read devn- UOIIK, two poems and gave prayer. Mrs. Hazel Swanmin was In charitu of the le.ison on Medicine will he Carolyn Mnssny, Margaret i and stresseu mat caution be used Wassey, Belly Websler and Sharon lln Ihe home. Wlemer. j Mrs, Kvolyn Brenlon presented Virginia Grant donated a hand-|a report of the llethlchom and of the song, Ruth Wipperman welcomed Ihe spo"ial gucsl.i, mothers of the Home Kc. class girls. A style show was presented wilh girl.'i modeling clothing they had made in class this winter wilh Mrs. Moss, instructor, serving as commen'alor. The Health & Safety, Garden. reading anrl poullry chairmen reported preceding roll call, which was answered by members naming a Uiblical mother, "Program Planning" was given by the vice-president. Myrllc Hatty and members voled on the! DELPHI GIRL JUNE Mrs. Williams Hosts Wayne Friendly Club Mrs, Arlhur Williams, assisted by Mrs. Ella Magnusson, entertained the Wayne Friendly home demonstration club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Douglass opened the meeting with song followed by the j pledges and the club creed. ' Mrs. Marlie Wills used the theme, "Loving our Neighbor," for devotions. She also read a mother's day poem. History of the song of the monlh was given by Mrs, Florance Hendrickson, who also led in singing the song. Roll call was answered with "My favorite Bible Mother." The safely lesson on First Aid for Traffic accident victims was given by Mrs. Arthur Feidner. i Mrs. Everett Gragg reported on • the trip lo Forl Wayne. Program j planning sheets for the coming ; year wei'e passed out and members checked their choice of three. It was voted to sponsor a 4-1-1 girl or boy for camp. The Purdue conference was announced for June II, 12 and 13, and members were urged lo attend. M'r.s. J. C. Hen-old and Mrs.. Arlhur Feidner gave the lesson on "Meals prepared to freeze." Points stressed were quality of the food, proper packaging and quick freezing. They displayed several TV trays already fro/.en. The prayer song was used in closing after which Ihe hostesses served refreshments. Mrs. Roscoe Rine won the door prize. Guests were Mrs. Biirdctlc Gar- .'ler, Mrs. Jae Ducks, Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Anna Hizer andi Mr.s. Don Schnapf. KNGAGKD—Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert 0. Herb Smilh Photo. Undcrhil!, of Delphi, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carol Sue, lo Gerald C. Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ward, of Lawrenceburg, lr,d. Miss Underbill, a Jffid graduate of the Delphi high school, is employed al. South-worth's in West Lafayette. Her fiance is a senior at Ihe Purdue University School of Acronaulicul Engineering. The couple will be married June 9 at the Sclphi Methodist church. (Pharos-Tribune JSiiKravinu.) NEWCOMB-SMITH VOWS REPEATED IN DOUBLE RING CULVER RITES her flowers Fugi mums.. The Daughters of Isabella hold a combined business will and! Miss Marcia Nr-wcomb and Rog- r W. Smilh were united in marriage (luring a double ring ceremony Wednesday morning at o'clock al. the St. Mary of l.he Lake church in Culver with Reverend Jiisph Link officiating. T.ic bride :s l.he (laughter of Mr. I nnd Mrs. Carl Nrswctimb. south of social meeting Tuesday evening al l.he K. of C." hall al. 7::i» instead of II o'clock. Catherine Weaver her circle will be in enlerlainmenl. Rochi'-sler, and the bridegroom the son of Mr, and Mrs. W. U. '^jj Smilh, of Peoria, Illinois. charge of! Huckleberry and white daisies and lighted lapor.s provided a selling fur ceremony. Bridal Walton Literary club will be the guest of the Bunker Hill Literary club Monday afternoon al. 2 o'clock. Members should meet at ::i» o'clock with Mrs. Ross Dakin for ti'nn.sporlalion. music preceding the ceremony was played by Mrs. Fay, .Strung, of Culver. The bride, given In marriage by her father, selected a gown of white Chanlilly lace taffeta, fen- l/uiiriiiK a filled bodice, wll.li an ofl- Thc Carrolll.onel.tcK home demon- 'the-shouider neckline edged wilh Miration c!ub will meet Tuesday evening al II o'clock at the home of Mrs. Moredilh Miller. Mrs. Al- bei'l. Henry will assi.sl. White Rose club will meet Mon- inlo day evening at 7:.'IO o'clock al llioisllk seallops. The long sleeves tapered In bridal poinls over :bc hands, re-embroidered sequins a'n d I pearls. The basque waistline flared The bodice was I with iridescent a bouffan.1. skirl, of shirred wilh law Insei'l.s thai, ens- programs they would like for tile »<»'"'' "f Mrs. Mae Cox, 171.1 High i ended into a chniml-ienglh train. ....,.!-„ v ,,.. r street. Her liered illtislnn veil was sc- iimnnK .yi.ui. , _ , , _. ,..._ ..,.., r ,, —•;"(•Miss I'Mna Holclen nnd Mlsn ling yc; Marriage license.-! were issued ycvlcrday by county clerk, Kllza-,. belli Hiekor, lo Koscoe llensell of! 1 "-' llr ' sL «««'-'« f'"' Oilerls tea Sun- Knst Hroaclway ,'md Therein |' J " y " r( -<"' n »"» f''"'" < I" « o'clock. [Mary Holmes, 70!i Race street, will HIM A. I'Vcenc of LaPorle; Marl F. Unwell of III. 2, city, and Beverly Haywurlh of IZ« Kasl Market. vc club met Wednesday evening al the home of Margann Appletori, Hll No. 2. A shorl business Mos.sion was held and a Mother's day gift ex- charig! 1 .. Bunco was played with prizes being awarded lo Miiudie Shal'er, A mother-daughter carry-In sup- pec was held by the Missionary society of the New Wiiverly EUB church recently at the church basement wilh SO persons present. The tables wore arranged In the shape of a cross and were decorated with lilacs. Each mother and duiigliter wan presented a corsage of lilacs and lily of the valley. Prayer was of- Charlolte Sailors, Eileen Mollencupf'' rI ''J "X "» v . ( '- "• Abbott, and and Jean Nethei'cult. : following the rrieul, a program was Refreshments were served at the'Presented, close of the meeting lo II members, Mrs. Anderson, president, we]' and two guests, Charlotte Sailors loomed guesln and Mrs. Abbott gave and Kay Sailors. The June meeting will feature kerchief for the lady at the state hospital, sponsored by the group, for Mothers day and following (he Ireasurer's report the meeting closed, -"M"~ Kpsilon Sigma Alpha sorority members met recently ril the City Building with Shirley Thomas, president, in charge. Plan* were made for Ihe annual Mother's Day bnnquiil to be Adarns township trip which Is being planned to South Bend this fall and an invitation was read arid accepted from the Harrison township club for September. The rneellnK closed wilh Ihe repealing of the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. (leraldine Stniaser's daughter received Ihe door prlxe. Refreshments wero served to Ihe twenty-five members and two children attending by the hostesses, a short history of the society. A piano duet was given by Mrs. llurdlng arid daughter, Margo, A playlol, "The .Sampler," wns presented by Mrs. Harding, Margo Harding, Mrs, Lohnnan and Gloria Doran. Rev. Abbott talked on Ills life as a missionary in Arknnsux and showed pictures of the mission. Kong nnd prayer closed the meeting. SOCIAL CALENDAR Saturday 8 p.m. — WWM.B Friendship lodge, YWCA, 1-11 CLUII MKKTH The Happy Hooslors Juniors 4-II club met Wednesday at the Walton school with Nikkl Frey In charge. Laura ilohnson and Vlcki Scott gave demonstrations, The next meeting will bn May 20, Additional Society On Page 12 cured In a lace plateau. She ear-. rled a caseaile bourni-el. of white roses anil ivy, The Ml.tses Mary Kllon anil Susan Smith, slsiers of the bride- c;room, wore identical gown.s of ballerina-length pink embroidered taffc.l.a. They also wore floral headbands and ncallered daisy petals. Lyinnn Snydi-r, cousin of Ihe bride, carried the rings on a white satin Mi's. John Bendall, of Cleveland, Ohio, al tended her shier as ma- Iron of honor In a ballerina-length gown of white embroidered laee over powder blue taffeta. Tin. 1 gown feal.u:'e:l a scoop neckline and plenled blue cummerbund with a back drape of l.nflela, Bridesmaids were Mrs. Stanley Jacknewlt/,, South Bend, and Ml.ss Judy Iliisenhury, of Roc 1 1 enter, cousins (if Ihe bride, Their gowns of while lace over nllo green and pastel pink laffeta were styled Identical lo the matron of honor's gown. Mulching picture lials of straw braid were worn by the nl- lemlanls, and' they carried lace baskets of daisies. Michael Smith, yelle, .'iwvciJ Ills of West Lafii- brother ».i l)«,il marl. Ushers were James DeCre- rner, brolher-ln-law of the bridegroom, and Dnn Rf.vs, Jr., of PC- orin, The bride's mother chose a Dlol blue nheaUi dress of Chnnlllly luce over taffeta trimmed with blue pearls. Her acee.txorles wero matching and her corsage was of while Fugl mums. The mother of the brldogi-nnm seledod a pink In eo dross with a matching jacket, Her accessories were pink and DR. 0. L BRAUN do a . Codlalrlll Tool Spnclallit FOOT AILMENTS Ofllc.i 314 North Si, tOOANSPOHT PHONI 3330 Wxln^.t/oyi 1 CrUoyi 9 lo 4 Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Culver Inn wh-orc the long .serving table 'wa.s centered with a five liered wedding cake decorated with cascades of roses. Mrs. James DcCrcmer, sisl.er of the bridegroom, cut file cake, and wa.s assisted nl. the serving table by Miss Patricia All.enbnrg and Miss Phyllis llaynes, Sou!:h Bend. Mrs. F.tlwln Newcomb was in charge of the guest lisl. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Purdue University. She is n member of 55cln Tan Alpha social .sorority, lie Is a member of Alpha Sigma Phi social fra- lernily. For (raveling Iho bride chose a black ,ind while silk I weed «iil wilh matching accessories and a white orchid corsage. Fallowing a wedding ,lrip through l.he Pocono Mountains In Pennsylvania, Ihe couple will reside nl. 1(101 ISnsl Forrest Mill avenue, Peoria. Cirl Seoul News John Sclimldl, finance chairman, met with Mrs. June Diuibar, troop finance chairman, and Mrs, Lor- mine Garver Scout cookie to evalnale the Girl sale. The sale wan very Hiiecessful tills yeur, and the Scouts I hank Ihe public for Its response, Proceeds from the cookie sale go to help pay a Scout's way to camp, either al, the local day em-rip or Camp Buffalo, Mrs. VeliriH lllne.M, program chairman, Mrs. Mary Kmmerd and Mrs. Lorraine Garver have ills- Lrlbuleil tlekelK l,o all reginLered Iroops for the Falhur anrl Daughter ham anil bean supper l.o he held June I) al. the Girl Seoul Camp. The girls are l.o brlnjj their fathers as giienls or another man lu reproKitnt him. Then: Is a mmill charge for both Hie Seoul's tlclcel and her gue/it's. Paul Diidilleslon, e n in p chairman, will conduct Ihe camp com- mlltee meeting nl. ciimii Tiumday at 7:.'IO o'clock in the evening, Coffee will be served. The Curve I.lur meeting will he Tuesday al, (l::io p.m. In th,. tllr! Seoul Office, Lenders meeting with Mr.s. Velmn Mines, Curve Mar chali-niun, untl the SconU are V., C, (iurver, Mrs, liutly Corcoran, Mrs, William Kllllon, Mri!, I'ldlth Julian, Miss Betty Mlnriomnn and Miss (jritce Perrone, Kceiiis work- GERANIUMS All Vnrl*lf«i R*<id!nfj PlunU ' Potftti) Tomnto*< V*g«iobl* Tlaf>ts Tubcroui Root»d B*||onlu» All Plant! ttr* Pon«tl or Tranftploit^ttrl PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE Dial 5144 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre« MISS LOIS GERRIKG PLEDGES TROTH TO CHARLES GRIGSBY IN CEREMONY Elaine Noble HD Honors Mrs. Helen Blank Mrs. Helen Blank, instructor of the Red Cross home nursing class, was honored at a surprise party by 23 members of the Noble township home demonstration club Thursday. A gift was presented to Mrs. Blank, and refreshments of punch and cookies were served with Ruth Ide, Mildred Moss and Debra Ide in charge. Those attending were: Mildred Moss, Ethel Love, Orpha Corey, June Eikclberner, Gladys Moss, Miss Lois Elaine Gerring became the bride ot Charles E. Grigsby, Jr., during a single ring ceremony Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. at the Methodist church in South Boardman, Michigan, with Reverend Wirlh Tenanl offi- cialing. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gerring, 516 West Market street, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Apnes Stout, 904 Race street, city, and the !ale Charles Grigsby, Sr. Bouquets of. pink snapdragons, white mums and candelabra banked the altar where the couple was married. Miss Patsy Hogerheide, Ruth Heckard, Betty Buck, Irene] cousin of the bride, provided rmi.s- Dawson, Marquise Tilton, Debrai j c and accompanimenl for Lorotta Ide, Jessie Eikelberner, Mary and Karon Hogorheide, cousins of Zimmerman, Pat Ried, Harriett; the 'jride. Gordon, Clara Barr, Margaret Ide,] Miss Sheli.i Olin, of Lowell. Betty McKaig, Lucille Sanders,'Michigan, attended her cousin as Ruby Sanders,'Ruth Ide,, Winona;maid of honor, and best man was Albright, Martha Leach and Bes- Gene Harkin, of this city. Ushers sie Ferguson. Emrah Home Scene of Homemakers Meet Homemakcrs home demor.stra lion club mcM Thursday evening at Ihe home of Mrs. Gilea Emrah wilh Mrs. Margaret Penny as co- hnslcss. Mary Ann Mason, presi dent, opened the meeting with prayer. Gladys Gifford offered the devotions. Ann Smilh introduced Dr. Frierson, of the Stale hospital, who .spoke l.o the group concerning Ihe use of new drugs. Mrs, Smilh presented thi! lesson on drugs. Roll call wns answered by 24 members with "what J got for Mother's Day." Onn guest, Mr.s. Mary Hitchens, wns present. The secrefary-lrcasur- cr reports were given. Mrs. Nun Obenchain read Ihe history of Ihe song of the month after which the III) Cla/.ellcs were distributed. Mr.s. IJIi/jiboib Harrison gavo the results of the recent bake sale. Mrs. Jo Keirans announced the topics available for lessons next year, A llinnk-you Hole was read from Hora Kinder. Several members volunteered l.o b.'ike cookies and entertain patients al the Stale hospital May 24. I'ri/es were awarded for bingo and Mrs. Kninih won Ihe hostess prize. Mary Dunn wns awarded the door pri'/e. Y. W. C. A. Monday, May aolh. Hnln Sigma Phi, dining room al. 7:.'t() p.m.; Meiis Duplicate llrldge, parlors, 7::m. Hl-Tri picnic bus been cancelled. Tuesday, 21st. Ladies Day mil, ili.'ll) a.m.; Hl-Tri IV Annex, 5 p.m. (picnic). Wedne.'iilay, 22nd. Who's New May Curd Parly, annex, I;30 p.m.; Lincoln 7lh Y-Teens iiknllng parly tit Spencer Park <\ p.m.; Ililey Dili Y-'I'eens, picnic at Spencer Park, fi;ll() p.m.; Squnru Dance, annex, Tlnirsdny, H.'lrd. Lincoln lllh '!'• Teens will meet annex <1 p.m. foi picnic. P'rlday, iMIh. Owl's Club, dining, pnrlni'n, kitchen, (I p.m. Saturday, 2!il.li. 7-!) Junior High Canleen. No Young Adull Canteen for remainder of .summer. Ing on Hie Curve Bar are Krlne Kllllon, ilulsy Cot'coraii, Anlla Fir- muni, .lane Ann L'ook, Linda Kn- gnu, Susan Kngan, Louise Gllninn, Mary Kllen Jones, Roberta Klelf- gen, Marilyn Medlnnd, Surah Malady, Carol Pnsquale, Jo Ann Jtox- 7.1, and Catherine Scarpelllnl. Junior High School Troop an held tt meeting Wednesday evening in the Girl Scout Office to plan a three-day camping trip lo Spring Mills Park at Michell, Indiana, Urn middle of June. Keatliers Wanted. Hurton's PRESSURE COOKED Ideal DOG FOOD ASK FOR IT AT YOUR r/WOKITl OROCIKY OK KASCH'S 524 E, Market Mothers Study Club Installs Officers Installation of officers highlighted the spring luncheon of the First Mothers study club Thursday afler- noon at the Country Club with mothers of members as guests. Mabel Kathrcns, pasl president, installed Catherine Justice, president; Mary Margaret Muehlhausen, vice-president; Ednid Fawcctt, secretary; Paulette Shilling, treasurer. Mrs. Elizabeth Bliw.ard, Indiana's Mother of the Year, talked and was presented a gift on behalf of 'the club by Col'.ecn Myers. Mary Margaret Mueh.lhausi.Mi, culling president, was presented a gift, and Connie Voorhees presenl- ed a gift lo Pauline Brookemeyer for her nine years of perfect attendance. Special guests were Mrs. II. C.ris- ley, Mr.s. Thomas Flannigan, Mrs, James Brookmcyer, Mrs. Charles Chambers, Mrs. G. L. Markcrt, Mr.s. W. F. Lieiicmann. Mrs. Clmrles Loy, Mrs. C. I 1 '. Kdgerlon, Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Jones. Honorary members attending were -Mrs. L. Fisher, Mrs. Don Grain, Mrs. Hiram Iliklcbranl, Mr.s. Harold Uarrelson, Mrs James Kimbrough and Mrs, Harold Mcrtz. were Joe Walters, city, and Orin VanAmburg. Whitmorc L a k e, Michigan, uncle of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a hal- lerina-Iength gown of nylon lace and net over slipper sn'.in fashioned with a lace bodice, high neckline, Peter Pan collar, and long tapering sleeves. • The bouffant skirl was of nel over satin. Her elbow-lenglh veil of silk illusion was secured to a seed pearl (Lira. She carried a bouquet of red roses and stephanolis. The-honor ntlendan! was atlirc-d in a slreet-longth d/ess of powder blue cryslale'.le. styled with a full skirt, scoop neckline and shorl sleeves. She wore a circular headpiece of cryslaletle and carried a colonial bouquet of sweetheart roses. For h"r daughter's wedding, Mrs. Gerring selected a pink ensemble wilh beiuu' accessories nnd a corsag'.' n. r white carnations. The mother of Ihe bridegroom chose a navy blue outfit wilh matching accessories and a pink carnalion corsage. A reception was held for 135 'jiiesls al the American l/.'gion hall immodinlely following l!ip ceremony. The three tiered wedding o,nk<> (•entered Ihe flower-bedecked serving lable and was lopped with a minialnre bridal couple. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Alclridge. of South Jefferson HD Hears : nn;irc|man ' wor ° '""" ami hosiess. _,.... i Palsy Johnson registered uuesls LeSSOn On Medicine .Sandra Sallei-lliwaile. City, and "Medicine of Today" was Ihe'Palsy Hogerheide, served, and topic of the lesson given by Hilda Mrs. June llogerhoide cnl the rake. Cray lit (hi; Friday afternoon moot-' For (raveling Ihe hride selected ing of Ihe Jefferson township home demonslration club No. 2 al. Iho Lake Cioolt school. )l the song pcning. Hell Trlliluill gave Ihe hislory of the month ill o- call w.'is answered with household hints, nnd Ihe seorelary-trensurer reports were read. Kdnn Hrookie assisled .lean Forney in giving program planning, Margaret Gibson gave a lalk on the Royal Center lair. The June meeting will he a joint session wilh Jefferson club No. 1 with a talk by Dr. Nnschmryer to be •featured. The meeting closed wilh prayer. n powder blue suit wilh while accessories and a corsage of pink row-buds. The couple plans lo reside al :3D7 Columbia streel, J,,i- r.ivelle. Indiana. The bride, a Knlkaskn high .school gradnalc. Knlktiska, Michigan, was formerly employed by Ihe General Tire and Rubber cmn- pany here. Her husband, a jicnl high school iirailiiale. nerved willi Ihe IIS Army and aCended Purdue llniversily. lie Is employed by lln 1 Inierslale Insurance corpora- lion at I.afayelle. WII.I. SI'KAK AT ClU'IU-tr Rev. Kills Smilh, of Alberta Canada, will be Ihe guesl speaker Sunday morning at |0:.1«-oVIoek and al Ihe evening service al 7:110 o'clock al Ihe Helm Slreel Church of God. Rev. K. f'.. Wolfram will speak nl the church Thursday evening a! 7:;IO p.m. sylh and Mr.s. I.ula Selinilcll. A social hour was held during were Tim June lillh nt '1 p.m. In be held Hie church parlors Friendship Class Holds Dinner-Party A covered dish dinner and welcoming parly for now members highlighted the Wednesday gathering of I hi! Friendship class nl the Market .slreol Methodist, church parlors with 7.1 members and guests al.lomling. Hc-v Harry Hash- bergor relumed thanks, 'which lime eoloreil slides Mrs. Ilnshbergei- gave Scripture sh " w " " ni1 « : '""' s ll '' l< '. and prayer preceding Introduction ''''" "™ ( ""'''""« will of Ilii' minister and new class lonelier, Mr. Ed Deck and Mr.s Klcanor Deane, clnss president, who extended Hie welcome. Following the meal reports wen- given and a letter read from Mrs. Klhel Michael. Group singing was led by Mrs. A! Schmidt wilh Slcwai'l Gordon providing plnno aeeoiiipnnhnei:!. lloslesiies were McNilamcs Merle lliildennan, Leona Lcnon, Kli7:i- lielh llarncr, Fnmccs Hnnkee, Mae llishop. Namu.H drawn for Iio.slc-sses al Ihe June meeting were: Meiiilanies Flora MeClui-e, Alia llyrt, Lottie Hay, Minnie Swart/, and Ivn Mvans. The meeUng was liirned over lo the enlerlalnlng eoniiiilllee, Mrs. Nellie Dnnlman, Mrs. Harriet For- CASH LOANS quicfc ,'yj Opi-n Wfdncnilay Afternoon tit H. Third SI., l-ouannport ;Ui55 TEAZEL'S SUNDAY SPECIAL MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM Orange Pineapple BUTTER PECAN KRISP FUDGE RIPPLE Economy ViGal. QUALITY «Q V, OAUONO7C QUALITY OQ_ ", OALLON O7C Alwoyi popular— Now packafjid [n r*uiub!» r«c1»n|)ular pluirlc conlnlntr TRY OUR film developing service In by Noon—Out by A p. m. A«k About Our Now Soalad in Plattle Service. JGFT Kodak (jiim hcn 513 Ea.t Broadway YEAZELS Monoy Ordori At Any Tim* —Open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday- LOGANSPORT PUBLIC

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