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Eight Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune HONOR LIONELL GRIFFITH, BRIDE AT OPEN HOUSE AT FISSEL HOME An open house .reception was given in honor o£ newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Lionell Griffith, Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Fissel, 117 West Ottawa. Society The couple was married November 1 and reside at Bloomington where both attend Indiana University. Invited guests at the reception were: Judy Vance, Sherry Hunter, Pat Bowyer, Joyce Handy, Fritzi Hilbert, Sonja Hollingsworth, Gail Sherrill, Beth Baker, Esther Han- Da, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hardin, Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Leech, Mrs. Fissel, grandmother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rhoades, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fissel, Mrs. Wanda Wisler and Pam, Charles Onward WSCS wiH meet Wed. nesday noon at the home of Mrs. I j Bertis Bechdol for a covered dish; dinner and 50-cent gift exchange. All members, and friends are invited. The Woman's Progressive club will meet Monday afternoon 'at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Blanch Stroup, 1417 High street. Members are asked to bring gifts for the Mental Health society. The Olive Branch Ladies aid will hold a meeting and carry-in dinner Tuesday morning at ]'1:30 o'clock at the church basement. There will be a 50-cent gift i?rab Crook, Warrenville, Illinois, Mr. | bag. and Mrs. Robert Fissel, Mrs. Ursula Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Made At Meeting Of VFW Auxiliary Reports were made and plans formulated at the Tuesday evening meeting of the VFW Auxiliary at the post home with 24 members attending. Balloting was held for two new members after which initiation was conducted for Marie Grazier and Lucille M. Fiedler, A certificate of honor was received from the Cass county United Fund driVe. Cocktail Hour , Fissel, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fisse!, Mr and Mrs. Bill Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Clark, Gas City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. William Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Black, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley East, Reseda, California, Mr. and Mrs. Lionell K. Griffith, Bloomington. Miss 'Mary Ann Neille. Miss Barbara Novak, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harkin, Miss Sue Shafer, Miss Ellen Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Clark, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller, Indianapolis, Mrs. E. J. Zeck, Young America. Mr. and Mrs. Boyden Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Griffith, of Clay City, Indiana, and Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Griffith, of the Mulberry street Mathodist church, Martinsville, Indiana. The annual post Christmas supper will be held December 18 at J6:30 p.m. at the post home with The Burnettsville WCTU will I turkey and, dressing furnished. meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Beulah McLeland. Members are asked to note the change of time-. The Philathea B class of the Baptist Temple will hold a Christmas party at the church Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock.,Members are asked to bring a covered , National president will make the official visit January 29-30, at Indianapolis. Elsie Bushing, card and flower chairman, reported sending IS get- well cards and seven sympathy. Reported ill were Martha Drompp, Charlene Davis, Jessie lies, Grace Myers and Ethel Noble. Margaret Stuart announced that uer.b aie asiu:u to LJinig a uuveieu , ••• . , . r, n ui^ t-n dish, table service and a 25-cent n°?» I^—^IL^A ° Marion Swanks To Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Marion Swank, route 3, Peru, will mark their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with a family dinner at noon and open house from 2 to 5 o'clock jn the afternoon at their home. The couple was married November 28, 1907, and has four children: James, route 1, Lucerne; Mrs. Margaret Burrous, route 3, Peru; Mrs. Elmira Kinefred, and Mrs. May Anna Walton, also of route 3, Peru. There are 17 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Mr. Swank is a retired farmer. gift for exchange. -#The annual Christmas party for members of Mizpah lodge 26, U A. to B. of R. T., will be held Monday evening at the IOOF hall. Supper will be served at 6 o'clock with each member bringing table service, a covered dish and $:. gift for exchange. There will be a regular business meeting at 7:30 o'clock -£Lincoln circle Xo. 1, Ladies of the GAR, will meet at Memorial ; the public Free of charge. The junior youth activities chairman announced that the girls made 20 bed jackets for the State Soldiers home. The cancer fund chairman announced $42.85 in her fund. Robyn Myers, president, reported on the police banquet served recently, and also gave a full report on the fall conference at Indianapolis attended by Marr Rhody, Ann Hayworth and Mrs. Myers "District No. 2 sponsored a Christmas party for patients at the Indiana State Soldiers home at La home Tuesday afternoon at 2 'clock. A good attendance is de- ired. The study group for the Special Education classes will meet Mon<iy evening at 7:30 o'clock at the lome of Mrs. Virginia Baker, otite 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Bel', and ilrs. Robert Anders will assist. Mappings from the scrapbook will xirtation call Mrs. Dorothy Levy, 1715. 20TH CENTURY OLUB The Twentieth Century club met at the home of Mrs. Orville Thomas with pledge to "he flag and the club creed given in opening. Mrs. Carl Huffman read the history of the song of the month and led the group in singing with Mrs. Leroy Cupper accompanying at the piano. Roll call was answered by me-m- liers giving a "slick trick". Mrs. Leroy Crippen gave two poems, "My Prayer" and "The Love of Jesus" for devotions. Mrs. Carl Huffman reported on the county officers training meeting she attended and Mrs. Or- Tille Thomas collected the flower fund. Mrs. Ned Miller gave the treasurer's report and the Christmas meeting was announced for Dec ember 17th to be held at the home of Mrs. Bill St. Cl'air. Christmas gifts for forgotten pa tients are to be left with Mrs Carl Huffman by November 30th The meeting.closed with the sing ina of the club prayer. Mrs. L. McKinzie conducted turkey contest with prizes going to Mrs. Ned Miller, Mrs. John Herd and Mrs. Richa-rd Thomas. Refreshments were served b; the hostess and co-hostess, Mrs L. McKenzie, to sixteen member -and two guests. Miss Carolyn Me Vay and Miss Kathy Walsh. 0. N. O. The 0. N. 0. club held a meet Jng Monday evening with Mrs Virginia Townsend, 212G Jeffer ion street. Following a short business meet ing, a Christmas display wa shown by the hostess. Prizes in games went to Mrs Dorothy Nazerine while the doo prize went to Rosa Hulbert. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Leona Holtz, 524 Eleventh street, Monday, December 16th, at 6 p.m. featuring the Christmas dinner. Refreshments were served. OES Group Elects Officers At Dinner Officers were elected at the re- ent Thanksgiving dinner meeting f the Past Matrons and Past Parons Association of Fidelity chap- er No. 59, OES, at the Masonic Temple. Tables were appointed with decorations in keeping with. Thanksgiving. At the business session of- "icers were elected with Irene Barber as president; Mary Brad- 'ield, first vice-president; Roger fayette recently with Dorothea Morehead, Marie Winn, Virginia Grant, Ann Hayworth, Ella HOT ney, Ada Urr.barger and Virginia Spurgeon attending. The next meeting •will be held December 1-0 at which time Christ mas boxes of home-made - candy and cookies, plain, and cigarettes will be packed for veterans at tne State hospital. Members are asked to cooperate. 'JJ^rplllga 11 uul LUC SUI ct^lJuurL Wila LU \~wyn t.>.~. rnn 1 e the program theme. Members It was voted to buy TB_ seals -re asked to bring baskets made 1 and National Home Christmas Jf Christmas cards, and for trans- ', seals. The following amounts were voted: $50 to the health and hospital fund at the National home; $125 to five veterans hospitals for Christmas parties; S50 to a needy •family; $100 of the $300 pledge to the Memorial hospital. Mrs. Stuart won the door prize. WAYNE FRIENDLY CLUB The Wayne Friendly Home Demonstration club met recently with Mrs Chester Whybrew, assisted Calvary Couples Club Elects Heads Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Frushour were named chairmen of the Calary Presbyterian Couples club during an election -following the c'iiili supper Tuesday evening at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lieper were named co-chairmen; Mrs. Robert Filchak, secretary; and Mrs. Richard Rowe, treasurer. Mrs. John Baker gave a review Friday Evening, November 29, 1957. Mrs. Harshman, 36, Succumbs; Funeral 2:30 P.M. Monday Mrs. Geneva Catherine Harshman, 36, of 1330 North Third street, died at 3:25 a.m. Friday at Memorial hospital. Acquaintances Help Spread Dope Addiction CHICAGO <UP) — Acquaintances apparently help the spread of dope addiction more than peddlers, the American Medical Assn. reported today. Born Jan 20, 1921 in Cass coun-! The AM A council on mental »y she was the daughter of J. C.i health said in an article published and Savanna Shanklin Humes. She, in the current issue of the AMA by of the book, "No Wings In the Manse." She was introduced Mrs. Grace Bennett. The irext meeting will be ber 11 at 6:30 p.m. to was married in 19-53 at Logansport to Wi'.liam Harshman. "She was a member of the Pilgrim Holiness church. She is survived by her husband, a son, James; three daughters, Sue, Dora and Lois, all at home; "he parents, of Cutler; a brother, Robert Humes, Bringhurst; and a sister, Mrs. Faye Sheagley, Wood River, Nebr. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday at the Fisher funeral home. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Pilgrim H-oli ness church, with the Rev. Ralph it Journal that addiction seems to spread from person to person, with addicts giving drugs to a beginner as a "friendly" gesture. The council also said that addicts should be treated medically, not punilively. ]t said in Great Brilai, where the "approach to the problem is more medical than that considerably less in terms of percentages. "While opiate addiction is undesirable," the article said "it is not nearly as evil as the public Ernesl Car roll officiating. Burial will be in ,. , . the church and go caroling. The fhe Ra]1 Hm cemetery . " decorating committee includes Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kniesly, chairmen; Mr. tnd Mrs. Don- Gibson, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dotterer. Richard Rowe will lead the caroling, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crouse will •be in charge of refreshments. The tami]y requests that contributions be made to the foreign missions of Hie Pilgrim Holiness church in lieu of flowers. Ag Leaders to Meet in Chicqgo CHICAGO (UP) — The North Central Association of State De and law enforcement officers think is. enra ssoca - . . ------- •- ....... -. — .. partmenls of Agriculture will meet! lead in preventive psychiatry wich calm Saturday and Sunday in the Chi- WALTON RAINBOW GIRLS Walton Rainbow Assembly met recently at the Masonic hall with initiation being held for Janet and. Joyce Reed, Peggy Barker, Ruth ment Ann Morgan. | states represented will include! Church attendance and apron inspection were then taken. Guests were introduced and Scripture read by Joan Wilson. The birthday ceremony was held for Polly and Patsy Ramer, Joan Wilson and Geraldine Wolf. Peggy Barker won the chair prize. Sixty attended the meeting. "Opiate addiction does not cause the degree of damage to physical health that other intoxications tolerated by our society can cause." the article said. In another article in the journal Dr. John T. Ferguson, Traverse City, Mich., said new drugs and proper nutrition may prevent menially ill persons from being committed to hospitals. Ferguson said that the general practitioner "may well lake the tranquihzers, which calm cago offices of the Illinois depart- over-active patients, or analeptics, which stimulate depressed Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,! The drugs perform a mood Michigan Minnesota, Missouri, I change" which enables the patient Montana Nebraska, North Dakota,' to respond to more permanent South Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin, -treatment, Ferguson said. President of the association is | Nebraska Agriculture Director Ed! Hoyt. ' Read the Classified Ads HAM ON THANKSGIVING LITTLE AMERICA (UP)—There is a turkey for every man of this advance polar base just 30 miles away, but for Thanksgiving dinner the men had ham. The turkeys were brought to the South Pole by Rear Adm. Richard E. Byrd in 1939 and are now frozen solid 15 feet below the surface of the Ross ice shelf. WARDS' MONTGOMERY WAND BY TRACY ADRIAN T HIS impressive cocktail dress 'was designed by Eleanora Garnett, one of Rome's most outstanding couturieres, for her holiday and winter collection. And it is a dramatic model for wear during the Christmas parties as well as later in the season. Of black satin, the gown features a two-tiered skirt with a fitted bodice and wide shoulder straps. It is dressy enough to double .for evening as well as for afternoon and dinner. (VIrt; I neslGr \v nv ui cw. «* i -' Liiiji '*'" : > • . . , < by Mrs Sam Hower. Mrs. Everett | at the home of Mrs. Elmer Doug- were served to members and « ... ' •. - m -:Jn«f woeiHpr! 1 s, . ., .__ -AI. - r- n A ~!*t guests. Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Bruce. Parker second vice-president; Ira j ^story™ the song of the month Cree. trpasurnr and Rmncn Mil- . , „».._ T* : TI«« Gragg, vice-president,_ ^preskied,j lass at 1 pm w ith a 5o-cent gift exchange for those not having secret pals. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Marie Wills. Refreshments \ji d&fi) Yn-t.,1-". »-"-• — --— i *-- - ( opening with singing followed by the salute and the creed. For devotions Mrs. Arthur Feidner gave a talk on the "Origin of ree, treasurer and Blanch Mil .fir secretary.- Euchre prizes went :o Dorothy Newer, Bertha Bailey, Elarl Newcomb and Charles Fer;us. On the committee in charge were Blanch Cochley, 'Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bickell, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Updegraf, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Minnick, Florence Schneider, Ruth Walgamuth and Goldie Shedron. GIRL SCOUT NEWS guests, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. Harley Bobbins and Mi's. Sam Dague. 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