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the. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Trfbtra* Simply Elegant BY TRACY ADRIAN 'TV70MEN who love quietly handsome clothes that " specialize in understatement will dote on this ensemble consisting of a topcoat and suit. The suit is made of imported wool tweed in a flatter- Ing coral shade. Its jacket is bloused slightly, with a back panel that is attached at the shoulders and free to the waistline, thus adding to the bloused effect. Other features include a fairly wide classic collar, straight full-length sleeves and a suede belt of deeper coral shade. The matching skirt is very slim. The topcoat is of heavier textured wool tweed, back- grounded in the same coral and patterned in a darker •hade of that color. Peru Is Seeking Utilities Manager PERU — Mayor John Devine reported Monday that he was interviewing several, applicants for the vacancy created by the resignation of Ralph Kerns, utilities manager. Kerns and City Attorney G. R, Landgrave both resigned their jobs after a dispute with the Board of Works over bids on the water expansion program. The new city attorney appointed Saturday was Hugh Lawrence, a Republican. Attorney Lawrence said Monday that he had examined the statutes and was unable to find any law which stated that the Board of Works cannot determine the materials -which can be specified in the city ordinance. PASTORS SPONSOR MEETING NOBLESV1LLE' (UP) — The Charles A. Wells Conference on Christ and World Need will be held at th'e First Methodist Church Dec. 1-6 under sponsorship of the Noblesville Ministerial Assn. SHRINE RESERVATIONS; Reservations for the Shrine La•<Hes Christmas dinner December 5 should be made by December 2 by contacting either Jessie Saun- dcrs, Elizabeth Crist or Zelda Benson. Special Service at Church of Christ A special Thanksgiving service is announced by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Logansport, for 10:30 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. The service will be held in the Church auditorium at Ninth and North streets. Open to the public, the service will include voluntary testimonies of gratitude by Christian Scien< lists. A Lesson-Sermon for the day entitled "Thanksgiving" will be read in all Christian Science churches Consisting of selections from the Bible and from the Christian Sci ence textbook, "Science and Health with Key to .the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, the Lesson-Ser mon will emphasize the import ance of expressing gratitude to God in deeds as well as in speech The service is open to the gen- era.l public. 'O2ZKZ22S School For HD Officers Held At YWCA; ] 20 Attend The annual Home Demonstration Officers' Training school was held at the YWCA Monday with 181 women attending. A meeting of the executive committee was held at 10 a.m'. .with a luncheon at noon and classes convening at 1 p.m. Forty-six presidents and vice- presidents met with Mrs. Lois Fickle, county president, and -Miss Janealyce Rouls, assistant state leader. Mrs. Florence Meeker, county secretary-treasurer, and Miss Ethel Nice, county HiD agent, were in charge of the secretary-treasurer meeting with 36 present, and Mrs. Debra !de, junior director and Mrs. Joann Crook met with 15 reporters. Mrs. Mary Peters, county senior director, and Miss Martha Cullop, assistant state leader, met wilh 16 .project chairman. Mrs. Josephine Heed, county vice-president, was in charge of registration. 11 Miami HD Club Women Complete Red Cross Course Several member? of the Miami township home demonstration club recently completed the Red Cross home nursing course and were presented pins. They were Wilannna Jones, Peg Mir.glin, Delores Cotner, Lorraine Lowe, Wanda Canfield, Doris Hartleroad, Lucille Robertson, Marcella Angle, Marguerite Bashore, Lucille Pear and Ellen Smith. Seven classes were conducted at the home of Mrs. Angle wilh "Home Care of the Sick" and preparation for emergencies such a_s floods, tornadoes, fire or atomic attack as the topic of study. Mrs. Eileen Slifer was the class instructor. She asks that enough women from Miami township compose another class after the first of the year. Those women interested in taking the course need not be members of the HD club and may call Mrs. Ellen Smith, 56010, for detadls. Bids on Sheriff's Car to Be Opened Bids on a new car to be purchased by the county for Sheriff 0. R Carson will be opened by the Cass county commissioners at 1:30 p.m Wednesday in the office of County Auditor Richard Gohl. The county is required by a new state law to provide a car for the sheriff. All sheriffs' cars in the state will have uniform colors anc markings. STORE HOURS From Now Until Christmas MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY (Closed Thanksgiving Day) 9A.M. to 5 P.M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9A.M. to 9 P.M. 100 Attend D. Of I. Communion Service Nearly 100 members of the Daughters of Isabella attended Memorial Communion services Sunday at the St. Joseph church after .which a breakfast was served at the K. of C. hall. Joseph Loner, Grand Knight of the K. of C,, gave a talk on "The Importance of the Mass." Prayer was offered for deceased members. A business meeting will be held tonight at 8 o'clock at the hall. SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY 6:30 p.m.—Calvary Presbyterian Couples club, at church. 7:30 p.m.—Frances E. Willard class, Wheatland avenue church, at church. 8 p.m.—Pythian Sisters, Diana Temple No. 30, K. of P. hall. 8 p.m.—VFW Auxiliary, post home. 8 p.m.—Daughters of Isabella, K. of C. hall. WEDNESDAY 2 p.m.—Eel township HD club No. 1, Mrs. Mae Porter. Dramatics Workshop To Be Held Tonight A workshop on dramatics will be mas Rain or Shine St. Bridget Altar, Rosary Group Holds Yule Dinner Party The Altar-Rosary society of St. 'Bridget church staged its annual Christmas dinner parly Monday evening at the school hall, Fifty-five members were served a covered dish dinner at tables centered with red and white carnations and lighted red and white tapers. A 50-cent gift exchange was also enjoyed. Mrs. Marcella Courtad, president, conducted the business meeting at which time plans for a February card party were discussed. Mrs. Arthur McTaggart reported on the society of "forgotten" patients at the State hospital. Rev. Father F. J. Meehan gave a short talk at the close of the meeting. Cards were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Rose Buttice, Mary Catherine Golden, Mayme Becker, Mrs. Ella Martin and Mrs. Mary Medland won the door prize. Mrs. Theresa Grant was chairman of ttie circle in charge which included Catherine Ristedt, Helen Townsley and Catherine Wagner. Tuesday Evening, November 26, 1957. Dormitory Dream Progressive Meet Attracts 26 Women Twenty-four members and two guests, Mrs. Alice Deniston and Miss Amelia Hartz, attended the meeting of the Woman's Progressive club Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Pearl Tikfer. Mrs. Edna Grove and Miss Etf- fie Kesling led the flag salutes, and Mrs. Daisy Hinkle, the collect. Mrs. Mae Fisherbuck read the secretary's report after winch Miss Frankie Kinneman introduced the guest speaker, Mrs. Deniston. She reviewed the book, "Hanna Moore," giving a glimpse of pioneer days. .. Mrs. Eva Seybold read original poems, and Mrs. Pearl Jones read the history of the club. Refreshments were served by the hostess, and Myrtle Weymer and Goldie Shedron. BY TBACY ADRIAN TT'S A smart girl who is set for all kinds of weather •«• whether the rain is falling or mist is floating in. And this is just the-type of topper that will see her through fair and foul weather because it can go out on sunny as well as dark days. Featuring the latest silhouette, this coat has a wide collar, deep cuffs and raglan sleeves. It is made of beige gabardine with an inch trim of flat, beige, rope-like braid. Sketched loose, it can also be worn witB. a self belt. Q-f L F E Ladies ^ranger, Mrs. Lou Schrencken- " ' " held by the Logansport Little Theatre group at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at 408& East Broadway. Several short scripts will be read by the members under the direction o£ Melvin Clark and Ronald Hunter. A permanent meeting place will be selected by the group. Plan Party Dec. 9 Thirteen members of the L. to B.' of' L. F. and E. met Monday evening at their hall for a regular session. E was voted not to hold a lodge meeting December 23. The Christ- will be held December ghaust and Mrs. Blanch McMillen. the MT. OLIVE The November meeting of M-t. Olive Community club was held at the home of Joyce Powlen, her co-hostesses, Janice Early and Charlotte McCrosky, assisted her in entertaining sixteen members, nine children and one guest, Virginia Rentschler. The president, Vonda Baker, opened the meeting and the club creed and pledge to the flag was given in unison. Mildred Ireland and Charlotte Miller were welcomed into the club as new members. A short business session was held after which Erma Murden acted as auctioneer for sale of Christmas gifts that were donated by the members. Janice Early was in charge of contests for the social hour. Group prizes were awarded and Vonda Baker won in the individual contest, with Mildred Ireland receiving the door prize and mystery gift. Charlotte McCrosky conducted a "True and False" contest which was very enlightening. Plans were discussed for the Christian meeting which will be at the home of Lois Wheadon, December 18. Sloop-case BY TRACY ADRIAN TF7HETHER you're off at boarding school or college " or are a day pupil commuting between.home and classroom, you'll enjoy the comfort and cut of these combination sleep and lounge pajamas. The shirttail top is delicately printed in a love-letter motif, while the full-length trousers are of solid color. With the sleeper outfit is worn a quilted, finger-tip study coat in the love-letter print. It has two deep pockets which provide handy catch-alls. Dulles Meets Morocco King WASHINGTON (UP)—Secretary of State John Foster Dulles filled in today for President Eisenhower at a conference with visiting King Mohammed V of Morocco. The President originally was scheduled to meet with the King, but had to cancel the meeting because of a "chill." The President was unaole to attend a state dinner Monday at the White House for the Moroccan ruler. Vice President Richard M. Nixon substituted as host. Mohammed and the Pcesident had been expected to talk over the status of negotiations between the U.S. and Morocco on continued American use of five military bases in .ho Xorth African country. They also were expected to touch on the Algerian situation. There was a possibility the President's illness might force the King to .'evise the schedule for 9 at 6 p.m. with meat and drink to be furnished. Members asked to bring a covered dish, table service and a 50-cent gift for exchange. During the social hour went Mrs. to Mrs. Betty Turnpaugh, Fern Weaver, Mrs. Mary NOTICE Pharos-Tribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES HALF-PAGE ADS OR LARGER-NOON TWO DAYS BEFORE PUBLICATION M\ Other Ads-36 Hours Before Publication. SUNDAY DEADLINE: Quarter-page ads or larger- Noon Friday; all other ads—5 p.m. Friday. COLOR: 4 Days in Advance Your cooperation and assistance In adhering to these deadlines will help us give YOUR ad the expert workmanship it deserves. Mrs. Letha Sullivan won the door prize, and Mrs. Lee Montgomery, •the sur.prise package. the hostess anc her assistants. THANKSGIVING French Onion Soup, Croutons. ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY with Oyster Dressing Whipped Potatoes with Giblet Gravy or Candied Sweet Potatoes Fresh Broccoli with Cheese Sauce $2.25 Cranberry Salad $2.25 Relish-Pickles-Olives-Green Onions-Radishes Preserved Cantaloupe Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce or Pumpkin Pie Hot Biscuits-Preserves Coffee Tea Milk Apricot Nectar KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN Choice of Whipped Potatoes with Country Style Cream Gravy or fl.75 Candied Sweet" Potatoes $1.75 . Fresh Buttered Whole Kernel Corn Crisp Garden Salad Hot Biscuits-Preserves Cheese Cake Coffee Tea Milk Chilled Apple Juice NATIVE FRESH BAKED HAM with Clove and Brown Sugar Seasoning Served with .Spiced Raisin Sauce . Choice of Whipped Potatoes or Candied Sweet Potatoes Fresh Broccoli with Cheese Sauce Cranberry Salad Hot Biscuits-Preserves Coffee-Tea-Milk $1.75 Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream Sherbet $1.75 Gillam's Restaurant 2M S. of Kokomo on U. S. 31 Ph. GL-94452 iiis 19-day stay in the country. He had planned later in the day to sight-see the nation's capital, visiting the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier, the Supreme Court and 'Mount Vernon. A big reception was planned at . the Washington Hotel for the King. • A group of Americans who had : simply said they would like to ; meet the King were among those ! invited. I The King said before his arrival ;he wanted to get acquainted not ! only with high-ranking officials but also average citizens. He will have a further opportunity to ful- .fill the wish on a lour across the ! country starting Thursday. ART ASSOCIATION The Logansport Art Association will hold a musical tea at the Broadway Methodist church Tuesday after-noon, December 3, at 2 o'clock. Miss Mildred Weymer and Jim JMenlzer will present a program I of Baroque music. PENNEYlS .|Q"U,A t l.J T •' Open All Day Wendnesday for your convenience 9 to 5. WEDNESDAY SURPRISE! MEN'S COTTON FLANNOETTE PLAID SHIRTS. . . S-M-L—Sanforized 1-33 BOYS' COTTON FLANNELETTE PLAID SPORT SHIRTS • fast Color • Sanforized BIG SIZE PRINTED NYLON COVER DACRON PILLOWS 2 FOR $' Completely Washable OAK FRAMED CLEAR DOOR MIRRORS. . . $ Big Sfze—Easy to Install * BARGAINS ON THE BALCONY Don't Miss 'em... They're Terrific nd 18 *10 3 ONLY - WOMEN'S SIZES 12 and 18 WINTER COATS. . . All Wools - Interlined BARGAIN RACK JERSEY DRESSES - COTTON DRESSES-MATERNITY JACKETS - MEN'S W£AR. RAYON DRESSES AND OTHERS. PENNEYS BALCONY

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