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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 29, 1957
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Saturday Evening, June 29, 1957. SOCIETY Charity Circle of the Market street Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Martha William Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Hensell, Ethel Miller, Bess Summers, Marie Reeser, Martha Marrow, Belva Wilson, Frances Reese, Pauline Bassler, Bertha McMillen, Edna Watson, Esther Slagle, Betty Sturgeon, Carol Fiedler and Lu- Helmet. Temple 20, Pythian SLs-jcille Smith. ters of Young America, will meetj^ The next meeting will be a Hal- Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at their hall. All staff members are urged 'to be present for practice. loween party at the Esther Miller residence. Marriage licenses were issued The Burnetlsville WCTU will;yesterday by county clerk, Eliza- meet Tuesday afternon at 1:30 0 '-| beth Bicker, to Richard N. Mooney clock at the home of Mrs. Ethel i antl Virginia A. Jackson, both of Post-Nuptial Shower Given In Honor Of ' Martina S. Howard A miscellaneous shower was staged recently at the Twelve • Mile Memorial hall for Mrs. Martina Smith Howard with Mrs. John. Henson, Mrs. Richard Scott, Mrs.'Ray Wicker, Mrs. Karl Smith, Mrs. Wayne Grandst'aff and Mrs. Don- Girard. The WSWS of the Third street EUB church v/ill meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Fellowship Room of the church. Mem• bers are asked to note the change of meeting date. —•&'— Division 4. CWF. NMnth street Christian church, will hold a picnic dinner Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs. Grace Wickersham, route 5, Members are asked to bring a covered di.sh and table service. The meat dish will furnished. be Members of Logan Council, Daughters of America, met at the D. of A. club rooms recently with Erma Walls, presiding councilor. Reports were given by the state Peru; Carl Edward Johnson of'nell Logan as hostesses. 811 Garfield and Patricia Lou Pufahl of Royal Center; Gordon M. A pink and white color scheme was used in decorations with gifts Crocker of Rt. 1, Royal Center and!being placed beneath a decorated Carol A. Schlegelmilch of Idaville.i umbrella. —A— | The door prize was won by Mrs, MeNeely Memorial Ladies Aid;Charles Coffing. Other prizes were society met Thursday afternoon'won by Mrs. Orville Adkins and with Edna Zimmerman, route 4,,Mrs. Carl i), Scott. Duplicate Mary Johnston, president, pre-|prizes were given the honored sided at the meeting. Ruth Cree gave devotions and Fredah Gardener closed the meeting with prayer. The group participated in quilting and refreshments were served to Mcsdames Sarah Bowman, Nora Bowyer, Wanda Clem, Huth Cree, Fredah Gardener, Ruth Helvie, Opal Helvie, Mary Johnston, and Ruth White; and the following children, Steven White, Susie While, Douglass Clem, Jayne Bow- rcprcscntative.?, Erma Walls.|y° r . Jut| y Helvie, Carole Zimmer Merle Jester and Effie Bucking- man and Edna Zimmerman. the ham. who attended the .state convention at Indianapolis. They reported 72 residents at!" the home for the Aged at Tiffin,'^ Ohio., and also three orphans who ( are receiving aid from the stal?.'-..j Gladys French presided at the pi- ^ ano for all ceremonies for slate Members of the Berean Class of the Church of the Brethren met VELMA MILLER, CHARLES GRAVES' WED TODAY IN RITES AT KOKOMO Miss Velma Miller became thei ' bride of Charles E.. Graves during a double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Taylor street EUB church in 'Kokomo with the Reverend 'George Holston officiating. The bride, who was employed as chief- operator for the Indiana Bell Telephone company in this city, is the daughter of Mrs. Frances Miller, of 820 West Woodland avenue, Kokomo, and the late Frank Miller. guest. Refreshmenls of cookies, cake The bridegroom is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graves, of Belvidere, Illinois. Mrs. Haiford Baker, of Elwood., was matron of honor for her sister, and best man was William Miller, For her wedding the bride chose Miss Rachel Bell. Mrs. Verric Bookwalter, Mrs. Don Bookwalter, Mrs. Arthur Enyart, Mrs. Roy Feiker, Mrs. Homer Fidler, Mrs. Leonard Grable, Mrs. Marvin Grable, Mrs. Ora Greer, Miss Ruth Hill. Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. Fred Hopkins, Mrs. Marion Hopkins and Fairy Ann, Mrs. Lawrence Kitchell and Jane, Mr.s. Car! Moss and Belly, Mrs. Lois Murden, Mr.s. 0. R. Pickering, Mrs. Julian Polk, Mrs. Sidney Ramsden, Mrs. ' Cory residence'Marshall Richey, Mrs. Jack Rocky, Ca2'leton lay evening with the prosi.! Mrs . C arl Ruuicel, Mrs. Carl Rush opening the Kdward Arnold led |Scolt, Mr.s. Everclt Skinner, Mrs, Miss Sylvia Swanson, ,,. , , , ,. . , group singing of hymns and Mrs officers and also for lhe memorial,,, C J C f , c .f m ^ th ha ,f (h ..~,: V services. ; in( , ,, om Erma Walls received a commis-jpniyer. sion on the state good of order, j Following regular reports Mrs. Joseph Tracy, Mrs. Eslel iiiu.i «iiu iviia.,.,, . . • „ r 1 1 e^d^ dnu^hV ««??^M line and elbow-length sleeves. Her wide brim hat was edged with lace, and she carried a colonial boucjuet centered with a white orchid, Hold Post'Nuptial Shower-At 12 Mile For Martina Howard TWELVE MILE-A miscellaneous shower was given Monday evening, June 24, at Memorial Hall in Twelve Mile, for Mrs. Martina Smith Howard, with Mrs. John Hensen, Mrs. Richard Scott, Mrs. Ray Wicker, Mrs. Karl Smith, Mrs. Wayne Grandstaff and Mrs. Done!! Logan as hostesses. A pink and white -color scheme was used in decorating. Gifts were placed beneath a gaily decorated umbrella on the gift table. The door prize was won by Mrs. Charles Coffing. Other prizes were won by Mrs. Orville Adki'r.s and Mrs. Carl- D. Scott. Duplicate prizes were given. Refreshments of cookies, mints, ice cream, coffee and "cake were served. Invited guests were as follows: Mrs. Orville Adkins, Mrs. Cecil I ivlr Mrs. Baker wore a blue sheath! Arthur and Sue, Miss Rachel Bell, The ways and me;ins committee of the Logan Council gave the report and Krma Walk appointed scripture and giving the group voted, to not hold a mc'cting in July and that the August picnic would be election of officers a committee to audit books. There for (ho coming year. will be installation Monday even- The meeting was turn ing and ;ill officers are asked to be present. s, Ffdelily Chapt'e'r No. 58, ORS. will meet Tuesday evening at I) o'clock at the Masonic Temple for a regular stated meeting. ~~\ f .~~~ The Social club to the Ti. of L.F. and E. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mau Bishop. Mao Smith will assist. The Tri-li Home Demonstration dub met Wednesday night at the home of Margaret Hammond in Walton. Dorothy 1/ee Collins was co-hostess. Huth Krbaugh reported on the H, D. conference held at Purdue university. She also opened the meeting with the pledge to the: flag. All repealed Ihe H. D. creed and Helen Gunter gave- the history of the song of the month. Devotions were given by Malic! Shirley and all stood and repeated the Lord's Prayer. Virginia Dutchess and Wilma Jean ([inkle gave tho lesson On new drugs. Margaret Williamson and Helen Wirm gave tho 'lesson on quick and easy 'meals. ' The group presented Maxine VnnBermark 'with a going away gift. During the social hour Margaret Williamson received tho surprise gift. Alice I'age won • the contest and Wilm;i JeuiV'II-inklG thci dnnr prize. Refreshment.') weru served to 20 members. The next meeting will be helc •at the h«m<! of Jl<;lly I'Yey wlitrt Mabel Jean Williamson will be co-hostess. —ft- Fldelity Chapter 511, Order of the Kaslorn Slar drill loam held u picnic at Ideal Bench recently, lliB event being sponsored by the second S'luml, JJess .Summers, chairman. On the Hqiiad besides the chairman were Carol Fiedler, Martha Mnrrow und Kdmi Watson. Served al the evening me;il was baked ham, rolls, baked beans, a tossed salad and relish tray with Ciike and drinks. I'.'dna Wfit.smi, president, was in charge of the business meeting during which time Bertha McMillen read t/ie minutes of the previous meeting. Miniature golf was played with high scores going to Kslhor Single and KihiM Miller. Iced watermelon was served. nod over to the host and hostess who conducted a Biblical contest with Mrs. Ktlward Arnold and Mrs. Fred Ftush being winners. During the evening measurements of waists were taken wlih members giving "a penny an inch" to Ihe class fund. Miss Edilh Leslie, sister of Mrs. Cory, was a special guest. V- My.ilery Pals club members met for a planned picnic at Riverside park pavilion Thursday evening dress wilh white accessories and a corsage of white camillias. Mrs. Miller, mother of the bride, selected a lavender sheer bemberg dress with white accessories and a corsage of white roses. The bridegroom's mother chose a navy blue dress with white accessories and a pink, rose corsage, Following the ceremony a small reception was held for 50 guests al llle ^ ame l)t the bride's mother. Centering the serving table was a Mrs. Harry Ulerick and Ruth Ann, tiercd wedding cake, flanked by Mrs. Robert UJerick Mrs Lnw- la P undl bowl nmi lighted tapers rcnce Ulerick, Mrs. John Working >» crystal candelabra. White and Mrs. Arthur Young, Mrs. Kclia Young, Mrs. Etta Grable, Mrs. Dick Bloomer, Mrs. Howard Corn, Miss Joyce Corn and Mrs. Letlm Uiackston all of Twelve Mile. Mrs. Paul Sands, Mrs. John Howard, Sr., Mrs. Bill Howard, Mrs. John Howard, Jr., Mrs. Paul Thomas and Evonnc, Mrs, Ronald Dillman, Mrs. Chester Henson and Miss Judy Gramlstnff of Logansport; Misses Nancy and Dorcas Burkhart, Lucerne; Mrs. Charles Cuffing, Rochester; Miss Marjorie Kime, Denver; Mrs. ,1. E. Stude- bakcr, Menloiie; Mrs. Car! Martin, Jr., and'Mrs. Martin Ulerick, Ha- gurstown; Mrs. Nobel Ulerick, j blue flowers, carrying out the bride's chosen colors, compleled lhe molif. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Verrick Bookwalter, Mrs. Don Bookwalter, Mrs. Arthur Enyart, Mr.s. Ray Felker, Mrs. Homer Fid. ler, Mrs. Leonard Grable, Mrs. Marvin Grable, Mrs. Ora Greer, Miss Ruth Hill, Mrs. Frank Hoover; Mrs. Fred Hopkins, Mrs. Marion Hopkins and Fairy Ann, Mrs. Lawrence Kitchell and Jane, Mrs. Carl Moss and Betty, Mrs. Lois Murden, Mrs. 0. R. Pickering, Mrs. Julian Polk, Mrs. Sidney Ramsden, Mrs. Marshall Ilichey, Mrs, Jack Rocky, Mrs. Carl Rucli- ccl, Mrs. Carl D. ScoU, Mrs. Everett Skinner, Mrs. Orel Swank, Miss Sylvia Swanson, Mrs. Joseph Tracy, Mrs. Eslcl Ulerick, Mrs. Eulan Ulerlck and .daughters, Mr.s. Forrest Ulerick, Mrs. Harry tllcric iar, Mrs. Dean Ulrick and Miss Carolo Baker. Following Ihe reception, the couple will leave for a two weeks' trip to northern Wisconsin. The bridegroom is employed as installer for the Leich Eleclric company at Genoa, Illinois. with the table floral arrangement Cambridge City and Miss Bonnie | being brought by Mrs. Herman,Fisher, Peru. Bauer. Mrs. W. F. Morion was honored as the birthday celebrant and presented a gift. All signed a card to be sent to an absent member and the remainder of tho evening was spent socially. The Mary Marina Guild 'members of SI. James Lutheran church were entertained Friday afternoon at the cottage of Mrs. Cari Uollei on Lake Shaffer. Following lhe meal, served by the hostess and linr Mrs. Fred Mayhill and Mr.s. Edwin Luel/.ow, Mrs. Waller Riesling, president, read the Ztfti Psalm for devotions. During the business parl of lhe session, election of officers was held with Mr.s, Edwin Lueizow being named president; Mrs. Walter Kicsling, vice-president'. Announce Marriage Of Donna Rearick Mr. nnd Mrs. Art liuarlck, of Ihu Wimirnoc vicinity, nnnauncc the; inKc of Ihuir duufililur, Dnnnn, to Thomas Hector, son of Mrs. Iioui.su Knjjliind of Urookslon, which look place Sept. 211, IBM, In lhe 1'iUl! parsonage at Lake Drucu, with Uio Jlev. Jamas Thomas of- riciatiiiK. The attendants weru .liimcs Rec- ior, brollior of tha hcitlogrooin, and Miss ..Shirley Sctllcmyer ol Lonans- pori, The bride in u <,Tadim(.e of Wina- weelc. mac hi^h school, class of 105:1. She Miss Nancy Shaver was appoint-j entered nurse's training at 81. Kll/,- ed Grand Representative of Texas 'aheth's iio.spitnl i:i Lafayette in from lhe state of Indiana; Mrs. IBjM, KraduatinK last Sunday. The ll 9 Local Rainbow Girls Attend Grand Assembly at Indiana Nineteen members (ft the Lo- Kunnfiorl Asmanlily Nu, (i, Order of Hainhow for Girls, attended the 17lh annual Indiana Cirand Assembly at Jno'iana L/niversily last .-', i • ) »* */, ir i — .—. .-,.., ...i.i, iitkllv 1-'H;|IC!\ nieces^of the bride.^ Mra. Max^Kel-. an(! Ruth A|1I1| Mlvj _ Rohcrt u]e| ._ iefc, Mrs. Lawrence Ulerick, Mr.s. John Workings, Mrs. Arthur Young, Mr.s. Reba Young, Mr.s. Ktla Gra hie, Mrs. Dick Bloomer, Mrs. Howard Corn, Miss Joyce Corn and Mrs, Lelha Blackslen a'.l of Twelve Mile. Mrs. Paul Sands, Mr.s. John Howard Sr.; Mm. B/l! Itoivard. Mr.s, John Howard, Jr., Mr.s. Paul Thomas and Evonnc, Mrs. Ronald DKlman, Mr.s. Chester Hcn.scn.and Miss Judy Grardslaff of Logansport; Misses Nancy and Dorcas Burltharl, Lucerne; Mrs. Charles Coffing, Rochester; Miss Mnrjoric Kime, Denver; Mr.s. J. E. Stude- bnksr, Mentone; Mrs. Carl Martin Jr., and Mr.s. Martin Ulerick, Hag- crslown; Mr.s. Nnhcl Ulurick, Cam- v I 0|>al f:' Gran HurTlc Mrs. Victor Hedde, secretary and Mrs. Dun McOammon, treasurer. "fraying For I'eace" was the title of the paper given by Mrs. Leland Smilh. Honor Bride-Elect At Cotton Shower Mrs. Opul Heed, of Winamne, bride-elect of Murney Coniey, of Detroit, Michigan, WHS honored at a cotton shower Thursday at the Culver home of Mrs, Forrest (inhlc.' Those attending wen; Mesdarncs Henry Roe, Nathan llyim, Curl Hall, Itnymond 1'elurs, Hubert Connor, Thomas Smith, Daniel Neff, J. E. PeUljoii, Hulpli Neff. the Missus Audu Sue Fisher, Huth Heed, Lynclle Nol'f, Janice Roe uud Margaret (indie. Those sending glflt) but unable In attend were Mrs. Hoy Slolp, Mrs. [(In /linn, Mrs. Charles Skillen, Mrs. George Stipp, Mrs. Andrew Winter and Mrs. Harvey Those attending were Paulene Smith und daughter Frances F.IJen. SATURDAY and SUNDAY SPECIALS MER-CEL ICE CREAM WATERMELON SHERBET 1 GAL. VANILLA ICE CREAM MER-DELS Pluitlc Pint* SCONOMY OAUON $L29 HEY VACATIONERS! Big selection of camera) for inapshots, color >lid«i, movie! OPEN ALL DAY JULY 4TH 513 East Broadway YEAZELS Opon 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday- Money Orders At Any Tim* rand Deputy from district 4; Charles Hume, rcappointcd Grand i- of dlslricl 4; Nancy Miller was grand page for Opal Hume; Janice Klumpp, grand .page lor Charles Hume. Also • serving us grand pages weru Sherry Simpson and Ann Schcckell, and .Sandra Lewelle/i, Nancy Shaver and Betsy Walts were delegates. Seven Logansporl people rocnlv- bridcgroom served wilh the II. S. Marines for four years, Iwo of which he spent In Korea. He received his discharge last year. Mr. and Mrs. Rector are making their home in Hruokston. llltlDGE KKHULT.S Six tables were In play at the Thursday evening meeting of the Women's Duplicate Hridgo club at the YWCA. Mrs. A. T. l.ybrook and Mrs. Holjerl David wmi firat ed the tt^and Cross of Color: Sari-; ;>lai:e; Mrs. Clay Morris and Mrs. dra Uswellen, Ann Grace, Diane. Richard Camblin, second; Mrs. Yerkes, Kay Worg»mulh, Judy i Ulnncli UeVoe and Mrs. Jrliirlltny, Vernon, Cathy Irisley and Mrs. third; Mrs. Charles Ensfield and Roselyn Earhart, Oscar Budd Wed at Home Of Minister Miss Roselyn Earhart and Oscar G. Budd were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, June 22, at the -home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Barringer. The Rev. Barringer officiated' at the double ring ceremony before members of the immediata families. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thr«« July Bride-Elect Sheila Peterson, Feted At Shower Miss Sheila Peterson was the guest of honor at a surprise shower Thursday evening at the home of Miss Pat Wolf, 69 Eighteenth street. Mint green and white were used in. the decorations with a white and green crepe paper umbrella suspended over the gift table. Prizes in games went to Donna Kleckner and Sheila Peterson. Refreshments were served to the Misses Janet Haley, Ann Grace, Rosemarie Hall, Susie Parker, JoAnn Hill, Barbara Novack, Donna Kleckner, Pat Connors, Sherry Altrusa Installs Officers At Dinner Installation of officers highlight- e<J the Thursday evening dinner meeting of Altrusa club at'the Trinity parish hall. During the business se.csion, members went, on record as being in favor of the higher cumulative building fund for city school development as favored by Chnrles Sharp, superintendent of schools. The rate is now 50 cents. He asks it be raised to $1 on each $100 taxable property. A candlelight service for incoming officers was held with Miss Ethel Nice as installing officer and Miss Mildred Woymer at the piano. Taking office were Mrs. Flort-nca Tucker Beth Brumbaugh, BeUy| Da ffSy. President; Mrs. Agnes Rits- Neese,' Carolyn Baileyi, Carol;' 113 ", vice-president; Mr.s. Betty Brugh, Mary Beth Easter, Jean and Mrs; Estel Earhart, of Wina-|Norzinsky, Pat Baker, Madonna mac; and the bridegroom, a sonJGuckicn, and Mesdames Alfred of Charles Budd, of Iowa, made his home with Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Budd at Pulaski. Mrs. Betty Feightner of Kokomo, aunt of the bride, and Ronald Tetzloff of Michigan City, cousin of the bride, sang three numbers accompanied by Mrs, Virginia Girton at the piano. Miss Edith Budd, cousin of the bridegroom, and LaGene Earhart, brother of the bride, were the attendants. The bride appeared in a formal Peterson, Bud Wolf and Genieve Wolf. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Ton! LyOo Kricka Esser, Patsy Michel, Alice Jo Gear and Mrs. Earl Bailey. The couple wiil exchange vows July 6th al 7 p.m. at the home of the bride.elecl's parents. Fete Lois Crimmins At Bridal Shower _ ^ Miss Lois Crimmins. bride-elect r bridal"satin'l of Robert Paschen. was the guest with a matching lace bolero a;idj ot honor nl a miscellaneous bridal nylon lace mitts. Her shoulder- fj 10wei \} V ^ n f s i !a ^ e ™ n , ing ut lhe length veil of nylon net fell from a net headband, and she carried white carnations and red roses on a white Bible. The maid of honor wore a ballerina-length gown of h'.ue organdy with matching headdress and a corsa'ge of white carnations. Following lhe ceremony, a reception was held in the social room of the Winamac Christian church. The newlyweds left on a short wed- Jewell, treasurer; Mrs. Ella Mygrant, recording secretary and Miss Mary K. Buchanon, corresponding secrelary. Entertainment was a comedy skit on Altrusa club affairs led by Mrs. Geneva Bulls assisted by Miss Agda H:\fler. Mrs. Mildred Mays, Miss Thelma Sines. Miss Mary Buchanon and Mrs. Grade Pohlman. A special guest al lhe meeting was Miss Charles, of Puerlo Hit'o. i-ng trip to Ohio and on their home of Miss Lois Cook. Games were enjoyed wilh pri/.es going to Miss Alice Bruce, Miss jean Wirm, Miss Catherine Barrett, Miss Judy Michael and Mrs. Becky Silancc. Duplicate prizes! went to (he honored guest. ; Miss Crimmins opened her gifts al a table centered will) a miniature bride. Refreshments were served. Invited guests were (he Misses iJean Winn, Karen Clark, Joyce Swank, Mary Jane Su'.ton, Karen Compare its cooking features! i >,. i . . , , •-) ivniirv til ill v tiiiuu kjiii I.IJM, ivtii uu -urn will be at home in Beaver| Bnl( .,,; Alico BrucCi Catherine Bar- township, Mrs. Budd irett, Mary Harretl, LeAr.n Shafer, attended Wlr.amac Bonnie Burton, Kay Huselby, Gen- high school and prior to her marriage was employed at Lucy's Cafe. Mr. Budd served with the armed forces in France and is now employed at Sears, Roebuck in Logansport. Delphi Piano Recital At Methodist Church DELPHI — A piano recital under the direction of Mrs. George McCain wll! be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church. Students participating include Rosa Smith, Pamela Hunt, Carol Crlpe, Mary Eileen Johnson, Mnx- Inc Giunollu, Duinui Smith, Candy Pastor, Amanda Maro, Lorn Lynn Bell, Sir/.le Walkor, Jane Walber, Miircla Hunt, Virginin ^Vaywire, Judy Jones, Judy Simon's, Mercia Huff, Judy Prilebnrd, Judy Nipple, eva Wallace, Betty Purdue, Judy Michael. Hosalie linger, Mrs. Jan- 1 : ice Warner, Mrs. Sharon Bridge, Miss Helen Ellioit, Mrs. Bei-ky Sihuice, Mrs. Margaret Crimmlns and Miss Palricia Cook. j-loslesscs \vero Aliss Lois Cook and Mrs. Myrtle Cook. bridge City and Miss Bonnie Fish- Nun Sir.llh, Belly Butler, und er, Peru. I Nancy Lemons. 30 Birthday Club Dines At Metea The Thirly Birthday club met fur a dinner Thursday evening nl tin 1 Welcome Inn at Metea with III persons present. Following lhe uioal, members weul It) the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence llinluii at ;H4 West Miami avenue fur cnlcrliiimm'iii. Prices were won by Tbelm;! Decker, Millie Bradley, Dill Bradley nnd Bud BakcT. Tile next meet, ing i.'i September will have Hull)I Westinghouse Automatic $2 Fry Pan $1 per week Perfect r«*ults for I' i clusiv* 'rhcnnonictcr-Typc Control nuMstircs hftii rijiht where S[M*n(l-tvun licnl fliminulo* hoi spots, cclil spots, BRIGGS ELECTRIC CO. Woslinghouso Complete Lino Carney. K.rlilh Warfcll and Irenej 2 03-205 5rh St. Dial 4401 Full/, in charge. I The Shoes You Love To Live In Gertrude Watts. Over I3W) people uttuiided the Grand Assembly, From Logimsport were Sandra Lcwollun, Nancy Shn- ver, lletsy Walts, Ann Grace, Bonnie Murphy, Dlaiu; Yerkes, Sherry Simpson, K«y WolgiJinuth, Junlcc Klumpp, lleverly Fit/, Nancy Miller, Pat Murphy, Judy Vermin, Ci'illiy Insley, Ann .ScliecJrell, Mrs. Wllmu Miller, Mrs. Gerlriuiu Wutts and Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hume. Ann Grace, Judy Vcrnon, Kay Wolgamulh, Cnthy lusloy, Dlnne Yerkes, Put Murphy, Bonnie Murphy and Beverly Fit/, sang In the Grand Choir. Mrs. Mel Trull, fourth, SAY .IT WITH FLOWERS DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Groonhousft TOO HOT JO COOK? Try Weinand's Carry Out Service Doz. Jumbo Shrimp , with taue .) .......... $ 1 .60 Barbequed Spare Ribs Whole Pan Fried Chicken JULY NATION-WIDE CLEARANCE $1.60 $1.50 Whole Spring Broiler ('"£,£") Y vb0 $1.25 All Sorvod with a Genorou* portion of French Frioi (D,.,,,,,,,..,, HAM SALAD .Carton 49c BAKED BEANS ........................ „„, 35c BAKED HAM CORNED BEEF "'"" 75c pl<D. ' ""• (BRISKET StICtD) Ll». «P • «"W ALL SALADS MADE PRBSH DAILY IN OUR OWN KITCHEN BEAN SALAD, MACARONI SALAD, POTATO SALAD pt 39e PHONE 4907 In advanco and your order will be ready when you come for It. WEINAND'S LUNCH 320 South Third Phone 4907 Piralt Regular itylot at nationally advertised *9 95 and »10 9 ' 5 Som.Sfyl.. $11.95 Suitor Dcsn't misj your chance to take advantage of the wonderful values in this twice-a-year eventl Enjoy the famous fit, ease and .flattery of beautiful ENNA JETTICKS at these low prices—buy several pairs. We have a wide selection—but not every size in every style— so COME IN EARLY FOR THESE WORTHWHILE SAVINGSI KROFT SHOE STORE 313 FOURTH ST. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAKt

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