Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1957 · Page 15
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 15

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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Monday Evening, May Z7, 1957, SOCIETY The Jayette May meeting was held Tuesday, May 21, in the home of Mrs. Jim McCord, 2123 Spear Street. At the conclusion of the' regular business meeting, the annual White Elephant Sale was held. Refreshments were served by hostesses Pat McCord. Lorine Miller. Kay Billman, and Rita Downham. Guests attending the May meeting were Beverly Culp, Betty Wieand, and Ann Wilkinson. —k- Crysfal Long entertained members of Miami township Home Demonstration club Thursday afternoon with Ellen Smith, president reading a poem in opening. Pledges to the flags were led by Iris Harry and devotions given by Mary Ann Bowman. The history of the song of the month was told by Fausta Bell preceding group sing. The lesson, "Medicines of Today" was presented by Jane Flory preceding roil call answered by members showing a picture of their mother, Mary Alice Balsbaugh gave the secretary's report and Peg Minglin the treasurer's report. The flower report was given by Mildred Bowman. The conference at Purdue was announced for June 11, 12 and 13th and a check lane was conducted at New Waverly with 376 cars being checked. Program planning for next year was discussed and the meeting closed with the club collect. During the social hour prizes went to Margarette Bashore and Alice Long. The door prize was awarded Donna Balsbaugh. Mothers were honored with pre- icnts of potted plants. Those receiving the plants were Louella Bowyer, oldest mother, Ellen Smith, mother with the youngest child and Fausta Bell, youngest grandmother. Refreshments were served to 24 members and four children by the hostess and her assistants Mildred and Mary Ann Bowman. —fr- Marriage licenses were issued yesterday by county clerk, Elizabeth Bicker, to Charles L. Smith and Marie M. Copeland, both of Kokomo; Robert S. Hallam of Streatar, 111. and Carol Driester of Rt. 5, city; Vcrnon G. Hittle'of Haines City, Fla. and Linda Lou Day of 1402 Spear street; Jay Willlam Berkshire of Royal Center, Rt. 1 and Sharon Louise DeWitt of Galveston Rt. 1. -&Five local ladies attended the State Convention of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Church ol God at Fort Wayne Tuesday. Those attending from the Helm *treet church were Mrs. Bessie Reed, Mrs. Nellie Shriver, Mrs. Thelma Huffman, Mrs. Nora Bush and Mrs. Bessie 'Berryman, all officers of the local society. The theme of the convention. "Hand in Hand we 'Face Our Day" was carried throughout the program. -#A surprise party was held honoring. Mrs. Anna Waile on her birthday with dinner being served. Those attending were Mesdames Lcther Copeland, Jessie Scott, Susie Otto, Minnie Burkhart, Martha Williams, Lucy Yocum, Mary Harris, Velma Decker, Goldie Wat son, -Mildred Fair, May Lantz, Catherine Emmons, Miss Gert rude Reisser, Mr. arid Mrs. Ivan Roetken, Mr. and Mrs. -Max Waite Christy and Tommy. Games were played directed by Mrs. Jessie Scott with prizes going to Goldie Watson, Lether Copeland and Mary Harris. -#-' Seventeen members of the Ladies Aid of. McNeely Memorial church held an all day meeting in the church with a sack lunch at the noon hour. Following cleaning of the church Edna Zimmerman gave grace preceding the meal. During the business session, conducted by Mary Johnston, regular reports were given. Sarah Bowman closed the meeting. Lincoln Seventh grade Y-Teens held a skating party and wiener roast Wednesday at Spencer park. Chaperones were Mrs. Everett Eagle Booster Club Installation Held Fifty-five members attended the Ladies Eagle Booster club installation dinner seryed Thursday evening at the club rooms. Officers installed were Rose Baker, president; Vera Gust, vice- president; Ruth Seward, secretary; Catherine Schrader, treasurer; Frieda Neuman, chaplain; Marie Foster, inside guard. The social hour followed the service with prizes -for euchre going to Rose Baker, Lily Mills, and Helen Isaacs; bunco prizes to Eva Wildrick, Ruth Everling and Eunice Wood; bridge, Edna Waisner, Lola Gearhart and Frieda Neuman. president; Betty Flora, secretary; Elsie Parker, treasurer; Edith Whiteman, chaplain; Eva Davis, historian; Roxie Bowman, sgt-at- .•arms. There were 16 members and two guests present, hostesses being Mrs. Tenbrook, Blanche Achor and Grace Bowman. The Gold Dalton, Mrs. R. H. McMillen and]Star Mothers were presented with Mrs. R Meinzer. St. .Monica study club of St. Vincent church met with Mrs. Dorothy Renkenberger Wednesday evening with prayer opening the session. The Third Commandment from the book, "The Ten Commandments," was read an'd liscussed along with current ivehts. The annual picnic will be held 'une 11, the place to be.announ- :ed. • Mrs. Betty Gingrich was ilected president to succeed Mrs. lenkenberger. Refreshments .were ierved. The Burlington American Lc;ion Auxiliary ' met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs: Lucille Tenbrook with Mrs. Betty •Mora presiding. The nominating committee submitted the following slate of of'iccrs: Javannah Swaim, president; Sdith Davis, first vice-president; liucille Tenbrook, second vice- NEW DUJBARIIY LIPSTICK $o Invrly ichilttyou me it it almost Jtlrt* fur you ! In Black, White nnd Golden finishes... to hold amazing new Lustre-Life (the lipstick that creams on to utay all day) ... or regular "Moisturized". 10 heavenly •hades. Refills .75* V..i<,. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 - 4th f hon» 3774 plants. Women of the Moose met Wednesday evening at the Moose lome with senior regent, -Freida (erlach in charge. The regular meeting was conducted followed y the endowment fund pledge. Juanita Schacffer presented the pjacque to the chapter awarded at Kokomo'. Balloting was held and one .candidate • elected to membership. On May 29 nomination will be held from the floor, and hospital chapter night will be held with Ida Mae Vernon in charge, followed by initiation of a candidate. Reports due are hospital, ritual, Mooseheart, alumni and publicity. Mable Williams and Nellie Smith were thanked for attending services at Indianapolis. Mildred McKain received the merit award from Mooseheart. Mrs. Schacffer won the attendance prize. The next meeting is May 29 at the new club. A bake sale .will be held June 9 with Geneva Beall as chairman. Officer Election Featured At Final St. Joseph Meeting The iinal meeting of the school year of the St. Joseph Home and School Association was, held Thursday evening at 'the YWCA annex and featured a ham dinner and election of officers. The ladies in charge were: Mrs. E. R. Hatten, Mrs. Otto Hilbert, Mrs. Owen Kissinger, Jr., Mrs. Francis Amelio, Mrs. Mike Spitznogle, Mrs. Robert Bruck, Men- in charge of the program were Donald Brown, Robert Bruck, Thomas Rominge'r, John Corso, and Emerson Hatten. A minstrel show was presented by patients and personnel of the local state hospital under the direction of Carl Luebbert, director of Recreational therapy followed with a panel discussion by the men in charge on what the Home & School association means to fathers. Mrs. Hatten, president, conducted the business session and fol- owing regular reports, Mrs. Spitz- logle spoke on the graduates' trip to Chicago to be May 27th; They held Monday, will leave the :he school year and also expressed ler appreciation to the following persons for their service and presented them a pink; carnation: Mesdames Hilbert Hatcher, Summers, Spitznogle, Joseph Gagliano, Joseph Weaver, Joseph Alberts, Francis Amelio, Thomas Hoover, Francis Randolph, Herman Loner, William Perron-e and Eugene Now- viskie. Mrs. Gagliaao, Mrs. Russell Ri-. de'nbaugh and Mrs. Joseph Eagan, nominating committee, presented the following slate of officers who were elected to office: Mrs, Joseph Alberts, .president; Mrs. Owen Kissinger, Jr., vice-president; Mrs. Michael Spitznogle, secretary and Mrs. Robert Bruck, treasurer. Father Vernon asked for volunteers with cars to take the altar boys on their picnic August 7th. Those wishing to volunteer are to call Father Vernon. Receiving door prizes were Mrs. Ed Baker, Mrs. Julia Pfaff and Mrs. John Mcllwaine. Father Vernon closed the meeting with prayer. school yard at 6 a.m. She also re- jorted on the school picnic to be leld June 5th at Riverside park [n the morning, from 10 a.m. till 12 the third, fourth and fifth grades will hold a skating party 'at Spencer park followed with a dinner at 12:30 p.m. at Riverside. Each family is to take sandwiches, covered dish and table service. From 1:30 till 3:30 p.m. the sixth, seventh and eighth grades will have their skating party at Spencer. Those skating are to arrange for their own transportation to- and from the park. In the afternoon the first five grades will enjoy train rides at Riverside park. Monsignor Fol«y spoke briefly to the group and Mrs. Hatten Introduced Mrs. Thomas Pasquale, past president o£ St. Vincent's Home and School Association, and Mrs. Thomas Mee, president. Mrs. Hatten presented a gift to Mrs. Mee in appreciation for the use of the St. Vincent meeting rooms during WOMAN 100 YEAKS OLD WILLIAM3PORT (UP) — Mrs. Anna Bartlett will observe her 100th birthday anniversary Sunday at her home in nearby Rainsville. Friends and relatives will visif during an open house. BACK AGAIN MONTPELER, Vt.—Rep. Marvin J. Howard (R-Londonderry) served hLs first term in Vermont's legislature. in 1910. Now 47 years later, he 'is serving a second term. He is a 78-year-olc funeral director. Legion Auxiliary Conducts Memorial Services For Three Impressive Memorial services were conducted for three mem- aers who passed away during the iiscal year when American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, convened at Memorial home Thursday evening. Mrs. Lillian Sherman, assisted by Mrs. Ruby Gottschalk and Mrs. Lucille Michaels, conducted the service before an altar arranged with garden flowers. Mrs. Sherman read two poems and candles were lighted for Mrs. Nora N. Smith, Gold Star Mother, Dr. Kathryn. McHale and Mrs. Mary Martha (May) McManus. Mrs. Gottschalk, chaplain, led in prayer. It was announced that anyone wishing to participate in the Memorial Day parade -should be at Memorial Home at 10. Cars will be provided. Mrs: Lucille Michaels, president of Unit' GO, will present a floral offering at the services at Ml. Hope cemetery, in memory of'deceased heroes. Mrs.- Lillian Sherman, Girls state chairman, announced that her Girls State' representatives, their representatives, and parents were invited .to a Tea ,on June 2 at 1:30 p.m. in the American Legion Home at Lafayette. Logansport delegates are making plans to attend. The last district meeting of this fiscal year will be at Morocco on June 12. Lucille Michaels, Ruby Gotschalk, Jessie Saunders, Agnes Shanteau, and Pey Ashby are Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen made application for or Intermediate Day Girl Scout News Day camp registrations deadlines have been extended to next week. Any registered Scout who has not Brownie, Camp, should do so at once. No campers will be taken after the camp is open. Brownies are to choose either the first or second week and designate it on her application. The Brownie Day camp dates are: first week, July 8; second week, July 15. • Perrone, with the parent's or juardian's signature. For further nformation, parents may call the 3irl Scout O.'ice, 3728 or Mrs. Lorrain Garver, 6448. The Senior Troop will meet Monday evening at 7 o'clock in the Girl Scout Office to further plans for the trip to Washington, D.C. Tha Junior High School troop will meet Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Ninth Street Christian Church. Scouts have been mailed parent's permit slips for the trip to Spring Park and should return them to the Leader, Miss Grace planning to attend. Mrs. Michaels urges all Unit chairmen to get their yearly reports in to the District before their dead-line and to the Unit historian immediately. It was reported that Louis Schmidt is improving in Memorial Hospital, and Mrs. W. T. Lynas is still confined to her home as a result of a fall she had in April. Final plans were announced for the. annual Poppy saie, headquarters to be at Foster's furniture store in East Market Street. Approximately 25 members volunteered their services for the two days. Mrs. Joan Michaels received the membership attendance award and the service sales award was given Mrs. Eva Kasch. The staff and office committee met Thursday in the home of Mrs. J. J. White. Attending were Mrs. Edith Julian, Mrs. George Thomas, Mrs. White, and council president, Mrs. William Killion. William H. Wiler, staff and offica chairman, was unable to be there. Mrs. Marguerite Kepes, council secretary, has sent notice to all registered adult Girl Scout mem- xrs to attend the spring Council Meeting to be this Tuesday, May 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Girl Scout lieadquarters. These meelinE are held three times a year, January, May. and Septc-mber, and all adult members are Council Members. Paul Duddleston, camp chairman, conducted the monthly camp committee meeting this Tuesday at the local Girl Scout Camp. The camp is being made ready for the Brownie and Intermediate Day Camps. Established camp, which is in session for two weeks, is at the Boy Scout Camp, near Buffalo, Indiana. A mathematics professor has calculated that a perfect bridge hand —13 cards of one suit—could happen only once in 40 billion hands. 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