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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY A dinner at the Ben Hur ended the season for Our Lady of Victory study club of St. Vincent • church Tuesday evening after . which an election of officers was held at the home of Mrs. William • Boatman. Officers elected were Mrs. Charles Cook, president; and Mrs. John Malady, secretary-treasurer. Retiring officers are Mrs. Gerald Baker, president; and Mrs. John Deremigio, secretary-treasurer. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Cook. The September meeting will be with Mrs. Cook. -•&— Our Lary of Grace study club of St. Joseph church met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Dorothy l,y• brook. The meeting opened with the recitation of the Rosary, and current events were discussed. Several chapters from the book, "Father Smith Instructs Jackson," •were read. Plans for the annual picnic to b« held June 17 at 6:30 p.m. a Dykeman park. Refreshments ' were served at the close of the meeting. —fc- Purity Rebekah lodge 127 wil' meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the IOOF hall for degree practice following the regular meet ing. Refreshments will be served, —k- Ladi'es of the Bethel Methodist church. Clay township, will serve a basket dinner for the American Legion men at the church Sunday noon. Families are asked to bring their own table service. A good attendance is desired. —flr- Tlie Mary Bethune club held a birthday party meeting Tuesday evening at the YWCA parlors with Misses Mary Nola Roose and Mary Jane Norris as hostesses. A contest prize was won by Mrs. Rachel Roberts,' and bingo prizes went to Mrs. Sonebia Wells Mrs. Cleo Thomas, Mrs. Gerald- Ine Runyon, Mrs. Mary Moore and Harriet Fris'oy. Mrs. Edith Clasby's team won a contest. Refreshments were served in a birthday motif, and each guest was presented with a paper hat. The final meeting of the year will be a breakfast and installation of officers June 1. -£Members of the Future Registered Nurses club met Monday evening in Room 205 of the High school .for a short business session called by the president, Mary Newman. Election of officers was held with Peggy Murphy being named president; Diane Yerkes, vice- president; Kathy Shafer, secretary and Karen Lough, treasurer. The group voted that the new president would present two certificates for nursing capes to two senior girls at recognition day and that they also would send a certificate to Sue Shafer, who is in her first year of nursing. A gift was presented Miss Helen Brandt, sponsor, and also who was also given an honorary membership. -TV- Eel township Home Demonstration club No. 1 met with Mrs. Blanch Skinner Wednesday afternoon with flag salutes and club prayer led by the president, Mrs. Clara Conrad, opening the meeting. given by Mrs. Mae Porter who told of treatment of diseases.and of the five different methods. Dr. Friarson, of the state hospital, spoke on tranquilizing drugs stating the two most common were coffein and benzedrine.- .He stated tranquilizing drugs were used 5000 years ago in India. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Opal Hume on "Man" and roll call was answered by each member telling her mother's maiden name. Mrs. Blanche Skinner gave the secretary's report and Mae Porter the treasurer's report. The history of the song of the month was given by Pearl Terrell preceding group singing of the song and also a birthday song honoring Mae Porter. A quotation written by Thomas A. Edison was read by the president preceding closing of the meeting with the Home Demonstration creed and mlspah. Mrs. Lottie Propse, guest of the hostess, received the door prize. Refreshments were served the 14 members and two guests attending, Mrs. Propse and Mrs. Grace Kesser. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Pearl Terrill on June 26th. -£Mrs. Agnes Flory was hostess to fourteen members of the Miami Baptist Missionary society Wednesday afternoon with Julie Packard as assistant hostess. Group singing of "Sweet Hour of Prayer," led by the president, Mrs. Grace Miller, opened the meeting preceding prayer by Mrs. Ada Patton. Members answered roll call by giving a verse from Hebrews. Mrs. Grace Miller gave the lesson on "Abundant Waters" with Mrs. Mary Rhoades and Vera Bennett assisting. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Neva Read and Mrs Agnes Flory presented the treasurer's report. The flower report was given by Mary Rhoades and "Christian Current Events" were given by members and a discussion held on Billy Graham. Plans were made to attend the bouse party at Franklin on June Gth and the next meeting was announced to be held with Mrs. Ada Patton. Mrs. Neva Read closed ;he meeting with prayer. An auction of two birthday gifts was held and the contest prize went to Mrs. Marie Shepler. Panone Skelton received the door >rize. The lesson on new drugs was MINSTREL SHOW HIGHLIGHTS WHO'S NEW CARD PARTY Refreshments were served to the members and one guest, Mrs. Carl Galloway. -TV- Election of officers was held al ,he final meeting of this school :erm by Daniel Webster P.T.A. Monday evening in the school with Wr. and Mrs. Eugene Denham jeing elected co-presidents. Mrs. Richard Jensen was named secretary and Mrs. Cassius Carr treasurer. During the business part annual •eports were made .by the secretary and treasurer. Following the short business session refreshments of punch and cookies were served by Mrs. Charles Wilkinson, Mrs. Warren Cline and Mrs. Ray Slaughter. — A— St. Cecilia study club of St. Jos- Goes Everywhere . eph church held a covered dish dinner and the final meeting of the year Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Susie Bugby. A short business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Mucker, president, and Mrs. Galbreth led the Rosary. The secretary-treasurer reports were read, and the meeting closed with prayer. Cards were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Ruth Keller and Mrs. Florence Gaynor. -£The Welcome Wagon Lullaby club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the West Broadway Presbyter- Ian church for a mother-daughter reception. A standout in any gathering — the carefully tailored casual that's equal to any situation, is kind to every figure. This one Is a half- »ize special. No. 8401 with PATT-O-RAMA included is in sizes 12'A, 14V4, 16Vi, 18V4, 20W, 22V4, 26'A. Size 1414, 33 bust, 4% yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, . send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Pharos-Tribune, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago «, 111. Include 25 cents more with your pattern order for the Spring & Summer '57 issue of our pattern book Basic FASHION. It contains dozens of smart new styles for all ages; gift pattern printed inside tbe book. The "Who's New Minstrels" were featured at the annual spring card party staged Wednesday after>n at the YWCA annex by the Who's New club with 100 members and guests attending.' Left to right are Mrs. Robert Pierce, Mrs. Richard Reinert, Mrs. Jack Grable, Mrs. Vernon Cobb and Mrs. Terry Wilson. Mrs. Willis Montgomery is shown at the piano, Mrs. A. L. McGill and Mrs. Robert Sunden served cookies, mints/ nuts and coffee, and guests were seated at individual tables centered with "mammy" toaster covers which were used as table prizes. President, Mrs. Verner Hedlund, welcomed all and expressed her thanks for those who had assisted in the party. She introduced the minstrel which presented a program interspersed with dialogue, song and dance, a pantomime and a specialty number. A trio composed of Betty Flowers, Roberta Smith and Thelma Moore then sang several numbers. Following the program, door prizes donated by local merchants were awarded to the following guests- Mrs. .Amanda McGill, Mrs. Carolyn Welch, Mrs. Reinert, Mrs. Richard Fawcett, Mrs, Katherine Bush, Ssta Macy, Mrs. Delmar Greiser, Mrs. Helen Pippinger, Mrs. Rosemary Finnegan, Mrs. Evert Wolfe, Urs. Lee Eckert, Mrs. Grable, Mrs. Frances Folio, Margery Hoover, Mrs. Blanche DeYoe Mrs Helen Carter, Mrs, Elton Berry, Mrs. Ruth Walls, Catherine Faust, Mrs. Hedlund, Betty Schickle Mrs Tom Morris, Mrs. H. L. Huntsinger, Mrs. Dorothy Whilmeyer, Mrs. W. M. Huntsinger Mrs F Wills Mrs Vesh, Mrs. Herbert Greensfelder and .Mrs. William Kepes. ' • ' Also on the committees were: tickets, Mrs. William Pctroski, Mrs. Howard Jones and Mrs Norman Hartmann; hostesses. Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Sunden, Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Grovcr Helzner and Mrs McGill- door prizes, Mrs. Kcilh Miller; table prizes, Mrs. Herbert Willard, (Pharos-Tribune PhoLo-Engraving ) Local Business And Professional Women At State Convention Ten local Business and Professional Women attended the 39th annual State convention at the Morrison Hotel in Chicago last weekend with nearly 800 members of state clubs attending. Those attending locally were Miss Alice Hanley, State National Security Chairman, Miss Mollie Good, District Director, Bea Me Ilwain, president of the Logansport club, Shirley Key, Judy Wheaton, Harriet Perkins, Bessie Shidelcr, Margaret Klein, Doris Simpson and Evelyn Sommers. The delegation was headed by 'Helen Kelley, of Aubu-rn, Indiana, State President. The Friday evening session was highlighted with a telephone hookup from Toronto, Canada to Convention Hall with a conversation between Margaret P. Hyndman, International President of the or- ganiEalion, and Judge Sarah T. Hughes, International first vice- president of Dallas, Texas. Judge Hughes was the guest speaker at the Saturday evening banquet held in the Terrace Casino in the hotel and guest speaker at the International breakfast Sunday was Mrs. Mildred Ahlgren, of Whiting, Indiana and Washington D.C. Mrs. Ahigren has been outstanding in the International club activities and her travels have taken her all over the world including Russia. She is now serving as chairman of the National Women's Advisory committee of the Saving Bonds Division. In January this year Mrs. Ahlgren was named by the Governor of Indiana as one of Ihe five char- '.er members of the Distinguished Daughters of Indiana. Another guest who spoke at the convention was Miss Souad Malek Fidelity Chapter Initiates Two New Members At Meeting Two new members were initiated into Fidelity chapter No. 5U, OES, at the called meeting Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple. Initiates were Mary H. Bennett and Lillian M. Smith. | The couplo p , ans Worthy Matron Clara Minnick i wedding. Gene G. Fries To Wed Michigan Girl Mr. and Mrs. George G. Motion of Ypsilanti, Michigan, announce the betrothal and approaching marriage of their daughter, Georgina, to Gene G. Fries, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fries, of 715 Sixteenth street, city. an August presided in the east and Donald i Miss Motion was graduated from Beougher served in the east as;the Ypsilanti high school and is Worthy Patron pro-tern In Ihe ab-; employed at the Ypsilanti Savings St. Michael Club Re-Elects Officers Officers were re-elected at the Wednesday evening meeting of the St. Michael study club of St. Joseph church at the home of Mrs. Dorothea Bauer. Mrs. Jean Tocco was re-elected president; Mrs. Sue Quirk, vice- president; Mrs. Flora Vance, secretary-treasurer. The hostess led the Rosary. Mrs. Florence Bauer, delegate to the ninth Diocesan convention of the NCCW, gave a talk on the convention. The meeting closed with prayer, A quiz was won by Mrs. Alberta Fulton. The June meeting will be a picnic at the • summer home of Mrs. Frances Champion at Lake Shafer. Fulton HS Teacher To Wed On June 9 Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fields, route 2, Kcwanna, of the engagement and 'orthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shirley, to Jesse Shively, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Shivey, of route 1, Rossville, Indiana. The couple will be married June Miss Fields, a.graduate of the Irass Creek high school and Purdue Uiversity, taught home economics in the Fulton high school this >ast year. Her fiance, a Rossville ilgh school graduate, will be graduated from Purdue University In June. . sence of Ly!e Minnick, Worthy Patron, who is attending the Grand Masonic Lodge meetingln Indianapolis. Bible drill was held preceding the opening of the session during which time pledge to the national emblem was given and the "Star Spangled Banner" sung. Pledge to the Christian flag was given and the new members presented by the Worthy Matron. Small Eastern Star Bibles were given the new members during a ceremony at the altar. Silent prayer was held honoring mothers who were each later presented small plants while Slewart Gordon, organist, played "Mother" and "You Arc A Wonderful Molher." Golriio Sherdon was 'welcomed jack lo the chapter after being in California. She spoke to the group :elling interesting things she had noticed in the Los Angeles and WhllLier chapters of the Eastern Star. She also staled lhat the s Angeles chapter has over 10,000 members. Announcement was made that there will be a reception for the Irand Worthy Matron, Donna Tut,le, Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. in the Gaston, Indiana gymnasium and that a reception for the Grand Worthy Patron, Williard Avery, will be held June 1st at 4 p.m. in the Masonic Temple at Knighlstown, Indiana, preceding a banquet at 6:30 p.m. and inspection of throe chapters. June 8th will be a reception for the Grand Associate Matron, Helen Houser at Monon at 3:30 p.m. with a banquet at the Monticello Ma- bank. Pier fiance is a graduate of the local high school and Purdue University, served with the U. S. Army and is employed as.designer for Ben Sovey's Greenhouses in Ypsilanti. 14-H News Plans were made for the junior leaders meeting at the Oward Door-Die <1-H club session in the high school building recently. Mariana Hopper, vice - president, was in charge of the meeling, and devotions were led by Dorothy Derryberry. Flag pledges were led by Eloise Zell and Rosie Reute- buch. Tamara Hopper gave a health report and Sandra Clem reported on "twin cakes." Mildred Derryberry led group singing, and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the home of Bonita Helvie. -lir- The Nip and Tuck Girls 4-H club met Wednesday afternoon at the school with a lea being held honoring their mothers. Pledges were given to the flags with Ann Davidson leading in pledge to the American flag and Donita Paschen to the 4-H flag. Doneta Paschon gave the safety report and Anna Davidson led group singing. Delight Rodgers accompanied the group on Ihe piano. A discussion was held on the bake sale to be held June 15th at sonic hall at 8:30 p.m. and also; Skinner's grocery at Twelve Mile. inspection. Following the business session the group adjourned to the dining room where refreshments were served at decorated tables arranged to form a star. On Ihe refreshment committee were Norma Beoughor, chairman, Pearl Eichenschr, Blanche Estabrook, Ruth LaTourrette, Betty Angle and Edith Kidd. The next meeting will be held the first Tuesday in .June with reports on the Grand Chapter being held. To make a knobless pot lid usable, .push a screw up through the hole and -twist a cork onto It. Judging of cakes and yeast rolls was held with tho entire group taking part. | from Damascus, Syria, who has Gamma Nu Vote*; i been attendin S Indiana University ,. . ._ ! the past 10 months on Indiana Hospital Donation, jUNESCO fellowship, sponsored by Hears Of Convention;"" A contribution of ?75.00 was voted to the Memorial hospital building fund at the Tuesday evening meet club. Judge Sarah T. Hughes was installing officer for the newly elected officers: Miss Mary L, Ing oF\he Gam^a Nu s o'r r a JTeSSeeW Gary President; Miss the home of Alberta Hitchens with £™ ~ Dunkirk f.rst vice- EHeen Musselman as assistant Sfteptn^e^third &e7i±; Mrs. Vera Helmerick, Gary, Cor responding secretary; Mrs. Myrtle Bearman, Angola, recording secretary; Miss Louise Harrison Lafayette, treasurer and Miss Vir ginia Rowland Rlufflon, parlia mentarian. hostess. The president, Bonnie Nicoles, conducted the session during which time the group voted to again sponsor one child enrolled in' the mentally retarded classes. Betty Morehead,-delegate to the state convention held in Indianapolis May 4ih and 5th, gave a report on state activities and announced Lhat the 1D50 convention would be held in Chicago with state officers in charge. Seven members of the local chapter attended the Indianapolis meeting with Glenna Little acting as crown bearer for the slate queen. Two new members, Janice 0'- Donnol.and Virginia Pherson, was welcomed into the group. They were recently initiated at a tea honoring pledges from several chapters with degree work being done by the Ft. Wayne chapter. The local pledges were presented corsages by the sorority. Also a report was made on the annual Mother and Daughter banquet held May 15th at the Morris- Bryant hotel in Lafayette. In charge of the event were Anita Leedy, chairman, Janis Allen, Wilda Button, Betty Morehead and Glenna Lltllc. Yuppy was played during the social hour with prizes going to Margie Baldini, Christine Huffman and Clara Gill. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Christine Huffman and Arlenc Little will be hostesses at the June lath meeting. Personal A son, James Eugene, was born Lo Mr. and Mrs, Max Lynch, of Gary, on May 2. The mother is the "ormcr Kay Godfrey, daughter of Mr,, and Mrs. Max Godfrey, of ~!ary. Paternal grandparents are Dianna Cove opened the pro-.city, gram by presenting a baton twirling act preceding a vocal by Don-na Ulerick. Carol Davidson presented piano selections. Refreshments were served from decorated tables to the 64 persons altending. Mr. and Mrs. Max Godfrey, of More planes per person are owned in the Nebraska Sand Hills than In -any other region of the world, according to the Nebraska Aeronautics Department, Most of rajichers and farmer fly their own planes. New Floor Care Ends Waxing Read the Classified Ads Thursday Evening, May 23, 1957. Pretty Addition BY TRACY ADRIAN }. H. Klmball, Inc. T HERE'S nothing like a frothy scarf or two to add i note of glamor to daytime and afternoon costumes and give the most severe of dresses a look of feminine grace and sweetness. The two scarves pictured are of sheer organza painted with swift birds, fluttering butterflies and gently nodding blossoms done in softest pastel and brightened with gold. They are shown wrapped through a necklace and held in place with a pin to form a jutting pouf. Division 7 Meets At Drompp Home Division 7, CWF, of the Ninth street Christian church, met Wednesday evening at Ihe home of Mrs. Marjorie Drompp with Mrs. Charlotte Robertson conducting the Business meeting. The amount of $10.00 was voted to Memorial hospital. Devotions were given by Mrs. Theressa Isaacs. The study program in charge of Mrs. Mary Anna Morton was on the theme, "Our Slake in Southeast Asia." The program per- :ained to training for Christian leadership in the Philippines. A contest was enjoyed with Mrs. Marie Bourniquc and Mrs. Belle Barr winning prizes. Refreshments were served by the hosless and as- sislant, Mrs. Juanita Jackson. The next meeting will be June 26 willi Mrs. Carolyn Jamison. Linda Lou Cook June Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. George T. Cook, of roulc 2, Walton, announce Ihe engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda Lou, t« Ronald L. Garber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Losler L* Garber, of route 2, Walton. The couple will be married Sunday, June 2. Miss Cook and her fiance are 1957 graduates of Ihe Tipton Township high school. He is engaged in farming, » SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY 6:30 p. m.—Ladies Eagle Booster club, club rooms. 6:30 p. m.—St. Joseph Home am School Association, YWCA an nex. 7 p. m.—AHrusa club, Trinily parish hall. 7:30 p. m.—St. Ann study club Mrs. Fabian Keller. 8 p. m.—American Legion Auxili ary, Unit 60, Memorial home. 8 p. m.—20th Century club, Mrs Holland Hizer. FRIDAY All-day—Ladies aid. McNecly Memorial church, at church. 2 p. m.—Good Ciiecr class, Wheatland avenue Melhodist church at church. Open stock in th» following patterns:— A MERICAN-COLONY-CHINTZ- CENTURY-CYNTHIA.HEATHER- HOllY-LIDO Abo th« Beautiful IMPERIAL CAND1EWICK Available at FERNBAUGH'S Your Diamond Star* One of the difficult jobs of housekeeping is to wax linoleum and asphalt tile floors. 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