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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 20, 1957
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fa. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Washington township Cass county HD club will feature a Mother's Day program at the May meeting Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Triva Leffert, route 3. Roll call will be answered with "my mother's hobby." z Clinton township HD club will meet Wednesday morning at 11:30 o'clock at the Clymers school to go to the Honeywell Memorial at Wabash for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Division 7, CWF, Ninth street Christian church, will meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Drompp, Mac-Fair-Mar. Business and Professional Women's club will meet Wednesday evening at the YWCA. The What Next class of the West Broadway Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. Nora Swank, 822 Seventeenth street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Lillian Smith as co-hostess. All members are asked to read the Book of Ruth. -it- There will be a called meeting of Fidelity chapter No. 58,-OES, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, for the initiation of candidates. The Miami Baptist Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Agnes Flory with Mrs. Julia Packard assisting. A mother-daughter dinner will be served Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church for Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, and Ivy Grove 41, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle. St. Vincent Holy Rosary society will meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock with Mrs. Alice Corcoran, 430 Tenth street. Charity Division 4, GIA Ladies, will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the AFL hall. The Royal Neighbors of America will meet Wednesday noon at the home of Mrs. Buryl Wilhelm, route 4, for a covered dish dinner and business meeting. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Excel club met recently at the home of Elizabeth Knowlton, 121 West Miami avenue with 11 members present. Following the business meeting, euchre was played •with prizes going to Marie Kim- iner, Garnet Davis and Beulah Seward. The next meeting is with • Helen Stults. Refreshments were served. .A, H A supper party will be held at Lindesmith's by members of the Liberty Homemakers club Monday evening with plans being formed at a regular club meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Estel Champ. Mrs. Lyman King, president, conducted the session with devotions being given by Mrs. Hugh Mathias, co-hostess, entitled "Why Mother's Day." "What We Have Eaten From Our Garden" was given .in answer to roll call by the 14 members and six. children attending. Refreshments were served. Members of the Wayne Progres- llve Home Demonstration club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ly- man Hill with Mrs. Floyd Thomas as co-hostess. Mrs. Otto Applegate gave devotions reading a poem, "I shall Not Wan". Club prayer was followed by the history of the song of the month by Mrs. Henry Lease and group singing. "My Mother's favorite Song" was given in answer to roll call and the secretary's report was presented by Mrs. Floyd Thomas. The safety lesson, "First Aid On Traffic Accident" was given by Mrs. Ada Miller preceding a report on the W.O.W.O. club tour by Mrs. Russell Poenix. The president, Mrs. Robert Thomas conducted the business session and program planning sheets were distributed. The group voted to hold a picnic in June with the president being in charge of the location. Mrs. Ada Miller conducted a bulb sale and refreshments were served. -A- The executive and nominating committee oE the Women of the Moose met recently at the home of Lois Layman with Sr. Regent Freida Gerlach in charge. It was disclosed that two members, Nellie Smith and Freida Gerlach, received their academy of Friendships degree at Indianapolis May 5th. Lois Layman and Babel Williams also attended the session. Sr. Regent Ferlac'n announced receiving her sponsors 15 pin from Mooseheart. The next meeting is tenativcly scheduled for May 22nd at the new location. -£Approximately 70 persons attended the Mother and Daughter banquet of Olive Branch church featuring a carry-in supper with grace being returned by Mrs. Lloyd Overmyer preceding the meal. "Faith of Our Mothers" was sung by the group preceding prayer by Mrs. Mabel Reed and a solo by Loretta Showlcy. Jean Ann Smith and Vicki Sailors presented a number and an accordion duet was given by Edith and Phyllis St. Clair. Mrs. June Buchholtz gave a talk following a song by Shirley and Carol Champ. Flowers were presented Mrs. Alva Coffman, Mrs. Mabel Reed, Mrs. Chester Whybrew, Mrs. George Wilson and Mrs. Clyde Miller and the group sang "Blest Be the Tie" preceding closing prayer by Mrs. Nellie Riemenschneider. Father Nels Praises Work Of St. Joseph Hospital Auxiliary Using the theme, "Whatsoever you do unto the least of these, My Brethren, You do unto Me," I Reverend Father John Nels ad-' dressed the St. Joseph hospital Auxiliary Thursday at the meeting at the hospital. Rev. Nels congratulated the' group on their accomplishments i and encouraged them to continue their efforts, stating that anything done for suffering humanity, whether direct or indirect, physical or financial, is doing a great service, bringing a sense of personal satis-1 faction. During the business session, conducted by Ann Cook, president, bazaar committees reported on their progress and plans for the event wero further discussed. Katherine Brechbiel announced that the gift shop, which is being sponsored by the Auxiliary and supervised by her, is now ready for its official opening and extended an invitation to the group to inspect it before the close of the meeting. Arrangements have been made to have someone in charge of the shop during visiting hours, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. each Wednes.- day, Saturday and Sunday, as a convenience to the public in securing items frequently needed during their stay. Light refreshments were served and a prize was won by Fern Watts. MISS BARBARA SCHOCK, JOE JONES MARRIED AT CAM'DEN CHURCH Unit 18 Fetes 50 Mothers-Daughters Mothers of World War 2, Unit 18, held the annual mother-daughter party at Memorial home Friday evening with 50 present. Supper was served at tables arranged in a U-shape, decorated with candles and flowers and each place was marked with colorful place mats. Mrs. Pearl Jones offered grace. Following the meal, guests were introduced and bingo enjoyed. Prizes went to Mrs. Gwen Eagan, Mrs. Florence Gangloff, Mrs. Mary Terry and Mrs. Eleanor Douglass won the door prize. The committee in charge included Mrs. Rayna Berg, Mrs. Jone.s, Mrs. Jessie Lebo, Mrs. Naomi Douglass, Mrs. Mildred Frey, Mrs. Gertrude Easan, Mrs. Charlotte Clay, Mrs. Nellie Stonerock, Mrs. Rose Huston, Mrs. Catherine Shuman and Mrs. Helen Barnett. Miss Bergman Doubts Rumor Rossellini Is About to Divorce Her PARIS (UP)—Actress Ingrid Bergman, who gave up her home, her family and her career to marry Roberto Rossellini scoffed today at reports he planned to divorce her and wed 'jhe wife of an Indian film director. "I think the whole thing is made up," she said. "Somebody started this whole thing and now it is blowing up out of all proportions. I think someone is trying to hurt my husband." Asked if reports were true that Rossellini is living in Bombay with Mrs. Sonali Das Gupta, a beautiful 27-year-old mode! and mother of two small boys, Miss Bergman said, "I don't think there is much truth to it." She said she first heard the gossip from Rossellini himself during frequent telephone conversations with her 51-year-old husband who has been in India for some time. She said Roberto told her someone is trying to hurt him. . Miss Bergman, who is starring in the Paris production of Uie play "Tea and Sympatlly", said, "You can, see I'm not taking those reports very hard and I'm quite relaxed about it." Dispatches from India said Mrs. Das Gupta had separated from her husband, Hari Das Gupta, who directed the movie "The Ribu." She is in Bombay where Rossellini is visiting and Das Gupta is in Calcutta. Miss Barbara Schock became the bride of Joe T. Jones Sunday afternoon, May 12, at 2 o'clock at St. Peter's Lutheran church in Camden with the Reverend Richard Recher officiating at the double ring rites at an,altar banked with bouquets of. white daisies. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Schock, of route 1, .Delphi, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, route 1, Camden. Miss Shirley Sprinkle, organist, played traditional bridal airs and accompanied Mrs. Wayne Replogle who sang "Because," "Through the Years" and "Wedding Prayer." The bride, "escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, was at'tired in a full-length gown of lace over taffeta, styled with an apron effect in the bodice, short sleeves and a V neckline. She wore mitts and a wrist-length veil and carried a bouquet of white daisies. Miss Deanna Whiteman, maid of honor, wore a coral colored, ballerina-length gown with a matching crown. She carried white daisies. The bridesmaids, Eleanor Vianco, Colleen Kerkhove and Carolyn Jones, wore identical gowns of pink crystalette with pink crowns and shoulder-length veils. Their bouquets were of pir.k daisies. Larry Jones served his brother as best man with Dean Sanderson, Clarence Eyer, of Lafayette, Bob Doslick, of North Webster, and Bob Nation, of Tennessee, as ushers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Schock chose a navy blue dress with white accessories while Mrs. Jones, mother of the bridegroom, also selected a navy blue dress with pink accessories. Both wore white orchid corsages. Following the wedding, a recep- ion was held for 200 guests at the ocial rooms of the church. A four- iered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal .couple centered Ihe serving table and was icrved with nuts, mints and punch, •lo'slesses were Carol Underbill, Fanice Fife, Linda Snoeberger and Carol Lamb McGreevey. For her wedding trip to Chicago, the bride chose a silk print dress topped with a lavender coat and worn with matching acces- )0ries. Following their wedding rip, the bridegroom will be shipped overseas with the US Army, and the bride will continue work- ng at Purdue University. The bride is a Delphi high school graduate. Her husband is a graduate of Camden high school and 'urdue University and is serving with the US Army. He is a mem- >er of Acacia fraternity at Purdue. Committee Plans 1947 Glass Reunion Committee members for the reunion of the LHS class of 1947 met Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris, 1013 Twenty - first street, to discuss plans for the event. A dinner dance will be held at the National Guard Armory on June 29, according to an announcement by the class president, Bob West. All local class members are urged to send in reservations to Dick Terry, 2318 High street immediately. Those not receiving letters regarding the reunion are asked to call Mary Simms Hitchens, phone 6087. The present location of six class members is unknown and ,lhe committee in charge asks that anyone having, information on the following call 6087: Suzanne Rebekah Smith, Wanda Marie Vogel, Harley Wayne Bagwell, Harold Edward Baker, Ernest Eugene Parker, and Donald Tracy Thompkins. Those present for the committee meeting were: Bob West, Steve Gordon, Don Michaels, Mary Hitchens, Mona Key, Dick Terry, Enid Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Morris. The next committee mee:ing will be held at the home of Mrs. Enid Jones. 2120 Wright street, on June 1st. DONATE BOOK The sixth grade class of. MeKin- Hy school has donated a book to the local public library in memory of Marvin Chappeiow, 30, Mc- Kinlcy teacher who died last week. The book is "Operation Deep- freczc" by Rear Adm. George J. i Dufck. REPEAT SALE of JERRY GILDEN'S "SPECIAL EDITION" $14-95 You asked for it.. .so here is a re-order of the shirtwaist dress that gains new importance in an Alvin woven tucked cotton. Black or navy with detachable white linen and lace collar and cuffs. Sizes 8 to 20. 326 East Broadway you SAW IT IN VOGUE1 SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY 7:30 p.m. — Past Chiefs club, Pythian Sisters, Florence Tichenor. 7:30 p.m. — St. James Lutheran circle No. 6, Mrs. Ulin Bardonner. 7:30 p.m. — White Rose club, Mrs. Mae Cox. 7:30 p.m. — Home and Hobby HD club, Marjorie Schwartz. 7:45 p.m. — Women's Auxiliary, Trinity Episcopal church, .parish house. 8 p.m. — Infant Jesus oE Prague study club, Mrs. Hubert Leslie. TUESDAY 2 p.m. — Mizpah lodge 26, L. S. to B. of R. T., IOOF hall. 2 p.m. — Eel township HD club No. 2, Mrs. Muriel Weser. Read the Classified Ads « DR. 0. L BRAUN ; Rog. Podiatrist ' Fool Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Officet 314 North St. I IOGAN5PORT PHONE 3330 Wedmidayi I Friday. 9 to 4 Honor Graduates Of St. Joseph School At Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gagliano and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Szewczyk entertained eighth' grade graduates of St. Joseph school at a hamburger fry Saturday evening at the home of Pete and Rose Beltamacchi, 1827 Michigan avenue. School sisters of Notre Dame and Reverend Father Donald Vernon were special guests. Following the supper, humorous exams were given -the students and partners were found oy matching tallies. Progressive "fifty" was played with comic prizes going to James Passerini, Bob Jacobs, Sister Anastasia, Frances Gagliano and Jane Koons. Invitations for the party, made by Joan Szewczyk and Frances Gagliano. were miniature diplomas tied with ribbons. Hosts and hostesses were assisted by Rose Beltamacchi, Mrs. Chester Vance, Mrs. Otto Hilbert and Mrs. Tom Smith who provided covered dishes for the meal and acted as chaperones. The party was concluded with dancing under lights on the tennis court to records provided by Mr. Beilamacchi through an out - door amplifier. Those present ' were Michael Berndt, Ann Chisholm, Steven Folio, Mary Hoover, Mary Frettinger. Frances Gagliano, Mary Horney, Bob Jacobs, Dorothy Clir.e, Jane and Robert Koons, John McIlwain, Connie Oldham, James Passorini, Susan Scagnoli, Tom Smith, Wanda Snyder, Joan Szewczyk, James Vance and Nar.cy Wiler. Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. Wedding in June BY TRACY ADRIAN B RIDES to be who are planning: on June weddings will be very busy with the excitement of selecting a bridal gown to be worn on that happy occasion. This beautiful gown is in the great tradition and is the perfect choice for a big church wedding. It is made of delicate Chantilly lace and tulle. The sabrina neckline is scalloped and the long pointed sleeves emphasize the dainty lace. A luxurious front skirt sweeps to the side and frames the tulle tiers which end in a chapel train. SUCCEEDS DEAN PATTY BLOOMIN'GTON (UP) — Dr. Arthur S. Daniels, national president of the College Physical Education Association, was appointed Saturday to succeed W.W. Patty as dean of the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Indiana University. Daniels was professor of physical education at Ohio State University. Hayworth Estate Estimated at $7,500 The estate of the late Alva H, Hayworth, 76, who died April 29 was estimated at $7,000 in real estate and $500 in personal property when it was opened Monday in the Cass circuit with the appointment of a daughter, Jane Palmer, 1809 Smead street, as ad- ministratrix. Two ' daughters are listed as ! heirs, O'Neill and O'Neill are the attorneys for the estate. EX-U.P. WRITER DIES NEW ALBANY (UP)—Charles Poucher Coleman, 64, a native o[ New Albany and former United Press staff writer in Washington and New York, died in Louisville, Ky., Sunday of leukemia. Coleman was a veteran Louisville reporter and former city editor of (he Courier-Journal from 1933 to 1944. Galveston Alumni Hold Dinner Dance The Galveston Alumni Associa tion held ils annual banquet Saturday evening at the school gym. Arthur Scott was the loaslmasier for the evening. An orchestra pro vided music for dancing following the meal. Committees include: food, Dorothy Lynos and Betty Jernagan; table and chairs, Wayne Bahler anc Ned Johnson; table decorations, Debra Ronk, Belly Johnson anc Helen Boone; cntcrlninment, Fred Miring, Frank Day and Max Chalmers, Martha Lee Ronk is secretary of the association. THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. Reed, Interiors 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES GERANIUMS All Variutiot Bodding Planti Potted Tomafoei Vegetable Plants Tuberout Rooted Bagomat All Planti are PoMad or Transplanted PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE Dial 5144 NO NEST The whippoorwil! does not mnks a nest, but Inys its two eggs on dead leaves that usually are found on the ground in thickets when spring comes. Why wait for Sales Buy Here and Save Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs Let Our Location f avo You Money At Low Cot Op*-. Dally 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. McTagqart's Home Furnfihtnp C*. 1315 Hfflh Ah! the wonderful state of acetate jersey! So washable, so packable and so wasp-waisted (elacticized)! So perfect for every summer occasion. In turquoise, navy, coral, toast, pink, gold, powder blue or mint. Sizes 10 to 20 or 14/2 to 221/2. $10-95 326 East Broadway The things money can't buy. ., you'll find in THE PRICELESS LOOK by Sacony '25 * OCT. 00 SACOJNY Here! that subtle look of quality that defies anyone to ask "How much?" . . . softly interpreted by Sacony in a suit of timcles* charm. The self-embroidery of the short-sleeved jacket is cleganco itself (gently tailored tp retain The Pretty Shape). The fabric I 1057 version of famed Palm Beach, with Dacron added for a silky touch. The price? Perfectly amazing! Cboone now, from proportioned «!zw »nd ill the fuhlon colors. 326 EAST BROADWAY

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