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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Woman's Fellowship of the Crooked Creek Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the church parlors for a Mother-Daughter tea with Jane Miller, Joan Kistler, Mary Kennell and Effie Coleman as hostesses. —h- Mothers were guests of the Fourth Mothers sludy club members Friday at the home of Mrs. Mary Regan with 29 members and seven guests present. It was voted to cancel the June picnic. A "hat talk" was given by Mrs. William Heckard. Refreshrr/ens were served by Mrs. Norma Cassidy, Mrs. Mary Combs, Mrs. Rita Lehman. Mrs. Irene Junk and Mrs. LaVonne Gust. ./j. Mrs. Arthur Snider, of Royal Center, was the guest speaker at the Mother-Daughter party Friday evening given by the Burnetts Methodist WSCS. Mrs. Pat Snider and Mrs. Goodrich entertained with a skit portraying life in the 1920's. They •were costumed for the period. Mrs. Grace Personette was chairman of the program committee j and welcomed the group. Mrs. Mildred Girard, president, presented a tribute to mothers, and Mary Margaret Tobias played folk songs. Mrs. lone Don greeted the guests and Lizzie Jane Chilcott gave the response. Mrs. Margaret Tobias led in devotions. The Junior girls of the Sunday school sang followed by a reading by Janice Alma. Tributes were presented by Mrs. Arlene Webb to the oldest mother, Mrs. Amanda Hume, the youngest, Mrs. Kay Lonfi, and the mother with the most children, Mrs. Warren Roller. She also presented a gift to Mrs. Girard, Ihc district secretary of Christian Social Relalions, who had served as local president for 17 years. She was re-elected to fill the unexpired office beld by Katherine Beckley this year. Gifts were also given to Mrs. Snider, districl secretary of spiritual life, and Mrs. Snider and Mrs. Goodrich. Refreshments were served to 55 members and guests in the dining room which was decorated •with dogwood, snowballs and geraniums. Mrs. Myrtle Nielsen, Mrs. Ortha Brown and Mrs. Girard were members of the refreshment committee; Mrs. Irma Elrf- ridge, Mrs. Arlenc Webb and Mrs. Florence Coble, decorating committee. Out-of-town guests present were Mrs. Marilyn Corso, Logansporl; Mrs. Amanda Hurne and Mrs. Ethel Girard, Lake Cioott; Mr.s. Kay Long, Lafayette; and Mrs. Dudley Wilson's mother, Mrs. Do- Poy and Mrs. Blackellcr, of Royal Center. Mrs. Gladys liowyer was hostess to Mothers of World War II, Unit 131, of Onward with seven members attending. Following regular reports, 11 was announced thai Jessie- Coblentz was improved. Plans were made to attend the District No. 2 meeting al Walton June i'Jlh and fclno tho National Convention to bo held at C'olumbUH, Ohio Juno 24 through 27th. Id;i Bcchdol won the birthday prize arid Ihu meeting closed with the Mother's creed being ropealcc. In unison and prayer by thL cliapluin. Refreshments were served by tlic hotscHs, Mrs. Ulaclyu Uowyor. Opal Baker will be hoslM.i ul the June meriting. The ;t C'n met at the homo o; Donna Leuvcll with tliu president JKulli Rcnlschler In charge. Following tho secretary unt The June meeting will be held with Pat Eytcheson featuring election of new officers. Ladies Aid members of the Third Street EUB church met in the Fellowship room of the church for their annual mother and daughter banquet. Following the dinner a brief business session was conducted by Mrs. Frances Stamper, president. Mrs. Lillie Harrell gave devotions and three mother day poems were read by Mrs. Lulu Kroft. A medley of "Molher" songs were sung by Mrs. Ruby Nutter and Mrs. Marilyn Skinner accompanied by Mrs. Carol Burk. Thirty-eight members answered roll call and 28 guests. Mrs. Donna Hesler and Mrs. Helen Hatch won contests prizes and plants were presented to Mrs. Gugle, oldest mother and Mrs. Phyllis Curtis, youngest mother. Miss Fern Gugle gave prayer in closing. Marriage licenses were issued over the weekend by county clerk, Elizabeth Bicker, to Jan C. Schlemmer of Peru and Lavoris E. Raderstorf, f!0 Eel River avenue, city; William P. Eldridge of Chatham, Mass, and Virginia R. Hamilton of 424 Michigan Avenue; Richard James Crozier of Young America and Shirley Ann Sullivan, 530 Eleventh street, city. The American Legion Auxiliary of Walton held its May meeting at the Legion Home wilh plans being made to participate in Memorial Da yservices June 2. Mrs. Mavis Walker and Mrs. Claribel Dowden were named flag bearers. Announcement was made thai Dona Trill won Ihc essay conlcsl n Americanism and was chosen o attend Girl's Stale. Mrs. Helen Babb, Mr.s. Mary A Rush and Mrs. Virginia Sprinkle were namec! on the nominating ommiltce. The president, Beulah Hall read a poem, "Mother" and gifts were >rescnted Mrs. Grace Hall, oldest mother and Mrs. Biltic Davis, oungesl mother. Mrs. Margaret lammond received the door prize. 'he surprise package went' to Mrs. can Baber. Refreshments were .served by Wrs. Juanita Downhour, Mrs. Pat jogan, Mrs. Mavis Walker and Mrs. Virginia Sprinkle. Deer Creek lownship War Molly treasurer reports, lharik-you Rochester Couple To Marry June 30 Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hammond, of route I, Lake Manitou, Rochest- of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to William Grant rates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gates, route 2, Lake Manitou, Ro* Chester. The couple will be married June 30. Miss Hammond is a member of :he 1957 graduating class of the Rochester high school. Her fiance, a Rochester high school graduate, is employed by the News Sentinel. LHS Graduate To Wed Florida Girl Mr. and Mrs. William B. Robinson, of Orlando, Florida, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marsha Jane, to Jan G. Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Christiansen, of Westville. Indiana. Miss Robinson and her fiance are employed by the Sears and Roebuck company in Dayton, Ohio. The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of the local high school. Straw Goes Glamorous jiole was read from Maxin Harlzlar,who is 111. A donation of $5.00 wan mad to the Woodlawn Hospital aim 111 nry and mystery packages wen received by Florence Builey Gladys Lcuvell, Jlulh Mniiterson Donna Lcavoll and Jane Kenlseh ler. Bonnie Xlrnplemaii and Jam HenUchler were In charge tliu program with poems !> read by Mary linker and Lucille Grablu. Contents wcro played with pri/CH going to Kulli Maslornon, Florence liailoy, Nellie Lenvell and Lucille (Jralile. Margaret W;ignor received the door pi'li:e. Other meniliera allundliiii were Violet Kmery, I.eona Kylchuson, (icurjiliinmi I'lekoim, Jean Boldry, Helen KHUN, Kllen Walsh, Nollle McGreer und 1'nl KylchcHon. Kuch member received a homemade hot-pad and rel'reshmenlfi weru served by tho honle.su and her aKiil.'ilanl, Aniuibolle Hhowloy. rs, Unit !)B, mcl. nl the home of drs. Delia Hughes Friday aftcr- oon with She president, Mrs. Mno Caldwell, in charge of Iho meeting which was opened with the pledg- i s, prayer by Mrs. Ella Crockett jnd singing. Mrs. lilnnch Soward read Ihc lecretary'H report and Mrs. Gladys lump, Iho treasurer's account. The districl meeting was announced for June 13 al Wallon. A conlribulion was made lo Ihu Cancer fund, and kirn. Floyd Stafford reported on a markel held al Young America. A Memorial service was held for Mr«. Mary Kobmon. Tho president announced lhal the unit will meet at the Center cemetery May 2!) U> decorato graves. A report was given on "Free- lorn'H Facts" and Iho mecling closed wilh prayer. Hufreshmenlf were nerved. Tho next mooting will ic all-day al the home of MrH. Crockett. Mr.s. Stella Foul« won Iho door prize. The Morry Mixer clans of Hit Main slreel Molhodlsl church wll. hold a hamburger fry and wlenur roasl at Spencer park Wednesday evening al (1:30 o'clock. In cano ol ruin, the group will meel at Hit church buHomiiril.. Members arc, asked lo bring hambui'gcni, wieners und bu'iiH und a covered cllsl: for lliclr own famllloH. -*Tho lioono township HD cluh mel recently at the Royal Center library at which time a lesson was given on now drugs and the uses o( various medicines. Devotions were given by Hazel Sparks. Agness Doyle and Lois Fickle conducted a discussion on program planning for Ihe coming year. Refreshments were enjoyed by 2B members. Hostesses were Florence Fultz, chairman, Susie Brown, Henrietta Swishcr and Mary Kennell. The Ladies Eagle Booster club will hold an installation dinner meeting Thursday evening at 0:30 o'clock at the club rooms. The Washington township Carroll county HD club mel at Ihc Deer Creek Conservation club recently with the president opening the meeting in regular form. Roll cull was answered by 15 members wilh "what my mother did that is outmoded now." The s»ng of the month wun sung. It was announced that Iho annual IID conference will be beld a I Purdue June 11-13. Group singing was led by Mrs. Mary Ellen Johnson. Mrs. Iva Downharn read Ihc liislory of the club. Mrs. Iva Yorker introduced bor guosl.s, former club members, six of whom were charter members. BY TRACY ADRIAN CTRAW, so long connected with beach bags, champagne ^baskets and carry-alls for trips to. market, has gone glamorous this season and appears at important after- . noon and informal evening occasions. An example is this oval shaped satin straw box bag in white, pink, blue and yellow bon bon colors. It has double handles and a see-through Vinyl top that is decorated with a tracerie of jeweled beads and sequins. Past Chiefs, Meet At Tichenor Home The Past Chiefs club, Pythian Sisters, met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Florence Tichenor with 11 • members present. Anna Waite, president, conducted the meeting at which time dues were paid and the minutes read. A collection was taken for the Chippled Children's society. Mrs. Bertha Dial won the mystery gift, and the meeting closed wilh the watchword. Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer was in charge of the social hour. A contest was held and "fifty" played with prizes going to Mrs. Goldie Watson, Mrs, Etta Massena, Mrs. Mary Harris and Mrs. Waite. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Bertha Dial is the June hostess, and Mrs. Jessie Scolt is in charge oi entertainment. Dinner, Style Show Enjoyed By Lioness Twcnly-scven Lioness club members and one guest enjoyed a dinner at Purcell's dining room Monday evening with Ihe highlight of Ihe program being a slyle show. Mrs, Kllouise DeGriel' of Ihe Spyce Shop showed new siimmor fashions with Pat Nicoll as her model. Kach dinner place was marked wilh a miniature corsage. Mrs. Jranelle Johnson, president, conducted a short-business meeting with. Mrs. Gertrude Myers giving Dance Party Given For Graduates Of St. Vincent School Mr. and Mrs. Mike Selvio singed a graduation .parly in honor of graduates of St. Vincent school Sunday afternoon from 2 to G o'clock in the family room of the Club 17. Dancing was enjoyed, and refreshments were served from tables decorated in blue and gold, Uie class colors. A large cake decorated in these colors centered one table and was flanked by lighted -lapers. Fete Mrs. Sherman At Stork Shower A stork shower was given Friday evening lor Mrs. Dwight Sherman at her home in Fulton by Mrs. Jay Feltis and Mrs. Alia Sherman. The gifl lable was centered with a large yellow and green crepe paper bootie with streamers ex- lending from Ihe chandelier. Small booties to match the centerpiece were used as favors. Refreshments of punch, ice cream and cake were served. "Stork" was played will: prizes being won by many. Mrs. Clara Somsel won a door prize. Those atlending were Mrs. Clara Som.so], Mrs. Barbara Hood, Mrs. Rulh Feltis, Mrs. Norma Miller, Mrs. May Pownall, Mrs. Chloe Fellis, Mrs. Geneva Lcazenby, Lo- gansporl; Mrs. Lorcna Mocker- Tuesday evening, may zi,- war. Marjorie Reiff, June Bride-Elect, Honored At Shower Miss Marjorie Reiff, bride-elect of Jirnmie Yates, of Fort Knox, ventucky, was the guest of honor at a shower Friday evening at the tome of. Mrs. Mack Million, of Monticello. Hostesses were Mrs. Mack Million and Mrs. Richard McManus, assisted by Mrs. Nellie Cass of Burnettsville. Gifts were placed beneath a canopy of blue and white stream- Flu Epidemic In Philippines MANILA (UP) — A major fla epidemic raged in the Philippine! today with nearly 60,000 cases reported in Manila alone. Hundreds of U.S. servicemen were affected. Dr. Mariano Icasiano, Manila city health officer, said 31 persons were known to have died in tha city up until Monday night. Most were children. Dr. Icasiano said the epidemic was still on the rise and he ex- ers flowing from a white wedding peeled no relief Cor another two bell. weeks, Miss Reiff opened the gifts assisted by her cousin, Mary Emma Coe of. North Manchester. Refreshments of ice cream, cake, nuts, mints and punch were served to the eighteen guests. Those present were Blanch Meeker, Carolyn Meeker, Nancye Meeker, Nelda Shaffer, Barbara Shaffer, Helen Young, Beverly Young, Nora Personetle, Sophia Johnsonbaugh, Nellie Cass. Minnie Keiff, Opal Reiff, Ruth Reiff of Burnettsville, Maude Miller, Mary Emma Coe and daughter of North Manchester. At the same time it was reported that the epidemic had penetrated into Die American military bases at Clark Field and Sangley Point where . hundreds were reported stricken. Post exchanges and commissaries were closed and all public gatherings were outlawed at Sangley Point Naval Air Station. Will Remove Benny From Oxygen Tent MANORVILLE, N.Y. (UP* — Seven - year - old Benny Hooper, \vho survived nearly 24 hours of Ruth Ilatlon of Delphi, Mildred anr ,. OX5 ', Re , n , ^l. 10 ^^ ,.„„ „.„„,„,, Girord of Idaville, Ellen Sands of Burnettsville. Miss Reiff and Mr. Yalcs will be married June 'J al Burnelts- ville. Social Calendar TUESDAY 6:30 p. m.— St. Cecilia study club, St. Joseph church, Mrs. Susie Biitfby. 7:30 p. m. — Daughters of Isabella, K. of C. hall. 7:30 p. m.— St. .Tames Service Ihc sandy - haired, blue - eyed youngster since he tumbled into the well shaft, said a minor lung inflammation had been cleared and that Benny probably will bo able lo leave tho hospital by Ilia weekend. "He's doini* well and feelinj well," Kris said. PLAN F.B. MEETING Noble township Fm-m Burcai members will be guests of the Hclhlchem Imvnship group al 3 mnolim* r,l Jl nm Wefllliv^I.-w Tllf Mrs. Eva Brown, played a num-'wlll be June 17 wil.li Mrs. Normn >or of piano selections. Mrs. I mi Jiildwt.'ll guve a lu!k on Mother's Ouy, reading a number of poems ind clotting wilh a Memorial nerv- cc. A vocal duet wan given by Mrs. Waller Sprinkle and Mrs. Charles Jones, accompanied by Miss Shirley Sprinkle. Kll-zubelh Ann Lowo guvo a roudlnt;. Mrs. Ellu Mirikle wan honored as Ihe oldest mother prcs cnt. Refreshments were served to 15 members und 211 guests by Mrs. Iva Yerkcs. Tho nock Creek MD club mcl recently al the borne of Mlns Mar- Kami Bowman with Iho president, MrH. Dorothy Nipple, In charge. She opened with the nululc and Ihu club creed. Roll call WIIK un swored by 'M members und Iwo Dovolloim on "honesty" won. Kiven by Mi'H, Lois Flora, Sucre- tui'y-lrcusurer reports were given, Tho ICBHon on freezing WIIH Klvcn by Mrs. Pat Robbins und kirn, Flora. The door prl'/.o WUH won by Mrs. lone Powell. JlefruHlimcnlK were served by tho hosloHKOH, Miss Margaret I'iow- mun, Mra. Blanche JJuHler and Mrs. Murjorlu Been. ioxoll, Mrs. Mary Fisher and Mrs. Anita Simdin on the committee. Joseph Boughers To Celebrate Golden Anniversary Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boui.;lier, of routu .1, Cutler, will colcbralo their [foldun wedding nnnlvorsnry Sunday with an opon house at their home In the afternoon from 2::tO to 5 o'clock. FrlcndH nntl re- Intivefi uro Invltod l.o attend. Miss All.li Leii/onby und Jonnph Rougher, both of Ciirroll county, woro married May ai, 11)07, at Delphi.' They liavo resided In the Culler vicinity for the puwl .TO yearn. . Tboy are tho parents of four .sons and five daughters: Vern HouKhor, Culler; Raymond Bongh- «i', Frankfort; Robert, of LonaiiK- port; and Clarence, of ZIonsvHIe; Mm. Kvn Smith, Culler; Mm. Fayi! Gree'n, of Frankfort; MrH. Lavon JonCH, Younu America; MM, Pniillno MHlcr, Kokomo; Mrs. Geneva Flnkunux, of Klwood. Thoro ore III (frnndclilldron and Moven {(reiil-(fi'andchl!dron. nuod candles. Ice cream, cake I he treasurer's report, und Mrs. I Centering another table was the Louise Hulchcrafl, the secretary's ! punch bowj flanked with j-uinbow- account. On the arrangement committee for tho evening were Mra. Florence Shelharl, Mrs. BcLly 1-Iuutfii and Mrs. Nicoll. Tho next meellri« 'nan, Flora; Mrs. Alia Sherman, Camclon; Mrs. Flora Johnston, Mrs. Hulda Arion, Mrs. Josephine Bliwaman, Mrs. Irene Pickcns, Mrs. Helen Sherman and Mrs. Chatiene Williams, Fulton. iinch and minis were served. A j Kensselaer high school, is a JU ...... ' w blue und gold motif was used In the decoration of the room foti- liiring streamers extending from the ceiling which was flecked wi.l.h sparkle slurs. Those T>rc.sonl were Snndra Solvlo, Mury Miller, Tony Boatmun, .Tune Ann Cook, Jim "Buck" Bender, Gloria Vltelln, Kdwurd O'Donnell, Mury Ellen Jones, Culhy Scarpellini, Anlln Flrmnni, Jeff Pearson, Put MeLochlin, Mike Sclireyer, Sarah Malady, Charles Murray, Lonnlo Rlcci, Dick Shook, Jounn Rovwi, Bernard 'Kilhride, Loui-fo Gllmun, Linda und Susan Ktigan, Hob Torn, Mury Murgnrel. Conrad, Roberta Klelfxcn, Carol I'aseiunlc. Bob Firman: and Murylyn Mudlnnd. Mr. and Mrs. Salvio were ns- slcd by Mrs. Lawrence Finnan! nil Mrs. Edward O'-fionnell us nuperonoR. Sharon Lynn Carney June Bride-Elect Mrs. Paul E. Carney, of Delphi, announced Ihe engugemenl and forthcoming marriage of her dnu- ghter, Sharon Lynn, to Ronald Robert Hoyse, son of Mrs. John Prahur, of ChiciiKO. The wedding will luko place al Ihe St. Joseph church in Delphi on June 2!). Miss Carney, a leuchcr ivl Ihu UM Guild, parish hall. a a Rev. Harry Ri'a, Young America, " P-™'~™!;! il5 "i hupl01 ' r>8 ' OES> will'be the R-.iosi speaker and tha " Four Sharps quarlcl from Rt'ni- , , „, z inglon will Rive a half-hour pro- 11:30 a. m.—Clinton HD club, Cly- gl .., m li;nch mcm i )cr i s !ls k u j «, Masonic: Temple. WEDNESDAY lake n dozen liible .service. sandwiches and incvs school. Voon—Royal Neighbors of America, Mrs, Buryl Wilhelm. 2 p. in.—Ke) township MD club 1, Mrs. Lee Skinner. •i p. m.—What Nexl class. West j^jj', township will hold Memorial BrnucJwuy Presbyterian church, n , ly SIM - V J COK Sunday afli-nioon at " " '" | z o'clock al Ihe church. The Reverend Eugene Sommer, puslor. Slilldli Memorial Services The Sliileh Christian church of Mrs. Nora Swank. p. in. — Minmi Baptist Missionary society, Mrs. Agnus Flory. Read the Classified Ads will be (he speaker, and there will he n program. Flowers will bo placed on the graves following lh« nroKrnm . graduate of Purdue University. She Is a member of Trl Kappn. Her fiance, who served with Hie U. S. Air Force, is n student in tin! School of FJcclrical Engineering al Purdue. Give Your Graduate Years Of PLEASURE SNAPSHOTS AND COLOR SLIDES TOO PRESSURE COOKED Ideal DOG FOOD ASK fOR IT AT YOUR MVORITB GROCERY OR KASCH'S 524 E. Market Kodak Pony 135 Camera SH 1 .*. ..." $36.50 BRING US YOUR ROLLS OF FILM You'll act Iho Flnont, Qulckott Finishing of your Snapshots with Iho High Quality Work dono In our own Pbnt. Also Quickest Sorvlco on Movlo and Color Slide Films. QUICK FILM SERVICE 524 Eciit Broadway Phone 4444 Personal A seven-pound, M-ouncc er, Diune Karen, WHS born iTr. und Mrs. Bnrl Velor, roulo ], Iclawn, Miiy J.'J lit St. John's o.spltnl. Anderson. The mother Is ie former Sue (Hetty) lOIIzi •iielaml, duiiKlik-r of Mr. n. ArroU Pockunl, roulo 2, Wul- Girl Scout News Twonly-lwo C.irl Scouts of troop 41 of Longfellow school met recently nl Hlver.sldu purlc for a. welner ronsl lo close the year's nclivilics. CUimos were played and prizes awarded to Pally Morton, Patricia House, Vlcki Kinney, Miir- cliela Wlilsler, Joan llroofcmeyui 1 , Linda Crime, Omn Jean Tilley, Kvo Huff, Nicky llul'f, Tilly Huston, Connie DoLuwlor, Marie Todd, Linda Wnlerson, Kluirl Ktins, Pamela Whilmeyor, Juan Sleckcl, Joyce ilnrdl, Linda Liui|(don and Urcnda O«lomnn. •Girls lo njcclve budKe.i bill not present, were Judy Ross und Paulelto Ruscbkiifslii. Officers for (.ho docditd punl of tlie your nn president, Patricia noose; vice- president., Kvu Huff; Hecrelary, Onui Jean Tilley; Irensnrm 1 , 1'ul-ly Morton. t,euders are Mrs. Mnrl.hu and Mrs. Lucille Boose. SAVE 20c during DfllRV QUEEN Malt and Shake D, May 21 through May 29 Let us CLEAN your DRAPES o COVERS Our cleaning restores fresh new colors and textures — makes fabrics look and feel like new! For sparkle - clean drapery cleaning call 3333. No extra charge for pick-up and delivery. 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