Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 28, 1957 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Tri L demonstration club will meet with Alice Paige tonight at 8 o'clock. Roll call will be answered with "my mother's favorite song." -£The L.S. to B. of L.F. and E. met Monday evening at the IOOF hall with 12 members present. Cards were enjoyed following lodge with Mrs. Betty Turnpaugh, Mrs. Harold Swayzee, Mrs. Lee Montgomery and Mrs. Daisy Carr winning prizes'. Mrs. Ruth Stephens won the door prize, and Mrs. Blanch McMillen, the surprise package. -#The Toastmistress club met recently for a dinner at the Broadway Methodist church with the theme, "What's New?" being used. Mrs. Margaret Rowan was toastmistress. Miss Mary Healey presented "What's New in .Books;" Mrs. Marjorie Personette, "What's New in Gardening;" Mrs. Gladys Winemiller, "Fabrics and Fashion;" Jeanette Meinzer, "Music"; Kay Royer, ."Glass." T^r— Young America chapter 191, Or der of the Eastern Star, met recently at the Masonic hall. Worthy Matron Ora Zeck and worthy pa Iron Daniei Zeck presided. Protem officers were Mrs. John Cripe, Mrs. Nora Wilson and Mrs. Mae Wilson. An invitation was read to attend the Walton Rainbow Girls installation of Judy Robinson as worthy advisor in June. Memorial services were held for Delia Greider and Leipra Barber. The meeting closed in regular form. Practice night will be May 29 at 7 p.m. The committee for June 13 includes Mr. and Mrs. Gene Robinson, Ruth Alexander, Ruth MoBowen and Marjorie Manning. A surprise farewell party was held recently at Lucerne honoring Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kelly and family, who are moving to a farm home near Twelve Mile. A gift was presented to them and the evening spent visiting. Refreshments were'served following: Mr. and Mrs. Kelly and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson, Mrs. Mollie Backus, Miss Lena Finton, Mr. arid Mrs. Elza Hoo.verr Mrs. Belle Kirk, Mrs. Elmer Curry and son, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gerlach and family, Mrs. Mae Kelly and family, all of,Lucerne; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw and family, Burnettsville; Mr. and Mrs. Emory Sheets and Miss Kay Thomas, Twelve Mile; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jones, and family, and Dick Jackson of Rochester. Adeline Fry, president, conduct ed the business meeting of the Women's Fellowship of Christian Service of the Crooked Creek Christian Church following the mother-daughter tea held recently at the church. She opened the meeting by reading an article "Take Time," preceding group sing.'ng. Mrs. Sally Vancycle gave devotions and group singing closed the session following regular business. Mrs. Ercel McCombs gave a poem entitled "Mothers" and refreshments- were served to the 30 persons attending from tables decorated in the Mother's Day motif. Mrs. Pat Coleman won the door prize. Hostesses were Jane Miller, Joan Kistier, Essie Coleman and Mary 'Kennel. GERMAN GOVERNMENT AFFILIATE TO BE GUEST OF LOCAL ALTRUSA CLUB Mrs. Theanolte Beahnisch, government president for the Government district of Hannover, Lower Saxony, Hannover-Kleefield, Germany, will be a special guest of the local Altrusa club when she arrives in this city Wednesday. •Mrs. Baehnisch, visiting in this country from April 24 to June 20, is a German widow with two grown children and is affiliated with many Federal, State and International Government Organizations. Altrusa club has been selected by the International Educational Exchange program of the U. S. Department of State to- welcome her and be hostess. The visitor will be a house gueit of Dr. and Mrs. Don Winter during her four day stay, during which time local Altrusa members will endeavor to give her a better understanding of American government, farming and an insigRt to the how's and why's of women's organizations. Mrs. Baehnisch, interested in public administration on the municipal and county level and in the operational relationship between state and local government, is also Interested in the work of women's organizations. She plans to attend the meeting of the International Council of Women in Montreal June 5th through 15th. She would like to observe the daily life of women of different social groups and to discuss problems of mutual interest. Mrs. Baehnisch is also interested in civic education and in gaining a broader understanding of community life and democratic proces ses in the United tSates. During her visit, Miss Agda Rafter, local teacher and member of the American Association of University Women, will discuss with her the aims and purposes of that organization and Margaret Klein and Ruby Smith, of Business and Professional Women's club, will speak with her on the purpose and work of their organization. She will be taken on a tour through the Court House by Irene Whitehcad and Elizabeth Bicker in order to give her an under standing of the County govern, ment and Laura Glnsson will ox- plain the routine of our city government. Gen Eno and Lois Shafer, of the League of Women Voters, will talk on the functions of their organization and she will visit nearby farms with Irene Dawson and Mary Donohue to get in a closer touch with the economic and social life of our community. Freda Schmidt, assisted by Dewey Schmidt will highlight the regular duties of our State Gov- rnment and the operational relationship / between state and local government. To leave on Sunday, Mrs. Baehnisch will be the guest of honor at a dinner given by Altrusa club Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. at Ben Hur. CAROLYN COBLE JUNE BRIDE-ELECT I f \ BAPTIST TEMPLE-HONORS ITS LHS GRADUATES AT BREAKFAST SUNDAY Eight seniors of the - Logansport | : igh school were honored Snnaay;\Vehh morning at a breakfast at the Bap- VYCDD ist Temple. They were Dale Burrough, Jean inn Coulson, Lance Freehafer, lames Green, John O'Neil, Barlara Pugsley, Mary Louise Rader- torf and Paul Todd, Jr. Jack Closson, chairman of the Board of Religious Education, pre- ided. Ronnie Lutes gave the invocation, Tom Young welcomed he guests and Dale Burrough ;ave the response for th'e graduates. Miss Helen Beatty told of the Olan Mills Studio. ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coble, of near Delphi, announce the engagement and fprlhcoming marriage of their daughter, Carolyn, to William H. Rammell, son of Mrs. Bessie Rammell, of Kokomo. The couple will be married Sunday afternoon, June 9, at 3:30 o'clock at the Rockfield Presbyterian church. •Miss Coble, a graduate of the Delphi high school and Indiana University, and her fiance,'also an Indiana University graduate, are teachers at the Elwood Haynes school in Kokomo. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Nearly 55 Attend St. Bridget Dinner Fifty-three women attended the S>t. Bridget Rosary-Altar society \ dinner meeting Monday evening j at the school hall. | Rev. Father F. J. Meehan opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Marcella Courtad presided at the session. Each member brought a new dish towel for the kitchen. Mrs. Alice Dwyer was chairman of the circle in charge which included Mrs. Jane Gilsinger, Mrs. Betty Lou Hopkins, Mrs. Mary rtedde, Mrs. Betty Jeroski, and Mrs, Margaret Huff. Pink and white peonies centered She tables, and the officers' table featured a Madonna planter flanked by pink candles in silver holders. Mrs. Porter will be in charge of the "forgotten" patient at the State hospital. Plans were discussed for a parish picnic. • Cards were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Bernadine Coleman Mrs. Catherine Ristedt, Mrs. Nona Hendricks. The next meeting will be August 26 with Mrs. Lumbirt and Mrs. Gill in charge. Mary Kathryn Morris In Graduating Class Mary Kathryn Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Morris, 1816 North street, will receive her degree at Mount Mary College, June 2. A Speech major with minors in English and Education, Miss Morris has been active in Masque and Gavel and the Athletic Association. She is affiliated with both Sigma Tau Delta, national professional English fraternity, and Alpha Psi Omega, national speech fraternity. As her thesis she directed a one act play, "Devil on Stilts" She has appeared in numerous theatrical productions at the college and will play the title role in "Elcctra" to be given, at the National Catholic Theatre Confer enco in June. NOTICE For Your Savings and Convenience No- Bottle -Charge Home Delivery Service MitK — CREAM — BUTTER Dorothy Rombold Honored At Shower Dorothy Jeanne Rombold, bride- elecl of James Brubaker, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower recently at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Crawford Jones, 214 C Street. Pink and blue streamers and white bells decorated the enter- .aining rooms. Centering the gift .able was miniature bride doll. Hostesses were Betty DeWitt, Eunice Noble, Leona Jones, Mae rleck, Evelyn Bauch and Ruth| rlarmon. Invited guests Included: Mrs. :dwin Brubaker, Mrs. Mary Ann Demsar, Miss Yvonne Noble, Miss Jarbara Ann Jones,. Mrs. Marie Hall, Mrs. Florence Shaw, Mrs. Mildred Polly, Mrs. Mildred! Srosier, Mrs. Patty Jennings, Mrs. Mollie Shaw, Mrs. Wave Mi-j chael, Mrs. Phipes Wattson, Mrs.! Florence Jones, Mrs. Nellie Towns-, ,ey, Mrs. Marie Bussard, Miss Sue .Bussard, Mrs. Joe Adams, Mrs. Pauline Adams. Mrs.. Alice Brew, Mrs. Helen Adam.s, Mrs. Eva Jackson, Miss Evelyn Jones, Mrs. Mary Rombold, Mrs. Gertrude Myers, Miss Helen Myers, Mrs. Bernadine Fret- linger and Bonnie, Mrs. Jane Ellington, Miss Gloria Vore, Mrs. J. L. Smith, Mrs. John Hoover, Mrs. Mary Hoover, Mrs. Mary Miller, . Mrs. William Priesthotf, Mrs. Ethel Noble, Mrs. Ann Bir- noll,'Miss Sandy Jones, Mrs. Edward Arnold, Mrs. Shirley Jones! and Mrs. Bernice Blackslon. Mothers .Honored By Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma-' Alpha sorority Alpha Omega chapter, entertainec mothers and daughters at a banquet Monday evening at the Ben Hur. The welcome was given by Mrs James Thomas, president, and din ner was served at a T-shaped table decorated with spring flowers Flower corsages were presented to mothers. The door prize for mothers, the flowered centerpiece, went to Mrs Nicholas Pasquale, and the prizi for daughters 10 Mrs. Rober Woodling. Flower bingo was playec with all mothers winning prizes Mrs. Gene Donato and Miss, Mary Adeline Lalz were in charge of the program. Mother guests were Mrs. Fred Gast, Mrs. Pau Dillman, Sr., Mrs. Walter Best Mrs. Nicholas Pasquale, Mrs. George Bender, Mrs. George Graf- lis, Mrs. Candido Donato. Mrs. Peter Latz, Mrs. Cecil Reed, of Plymouth, and Mrs. William Nolan. A ham dinner was served' to 10 members and guests. irsti graduate breakfast in 1932, ntroducing three members of that group, Mrs. Jean Yeider Owens, f Santa Ana, California, Virginia eslie and Vernon Newport, both 3f Logansport. The 1957 graduates were then ntroduced by Miss Gertrude ; ohnson. Mrs. Don Freehafer sang Til Walk with God," accompan- ed by Mrs. W. K. Martin. The guest speaker for the program with Keith Rhinehart, teacher of Inglish in the local high school. Jack Closson presented Bibles o the graduates, and the program closed with the benediction by lev. M. L. Robinson, pastor. Other guests were the Rev. Orand R. Cary, of the First Baptist church, Fairbanks, Alaska; Mrs. Ethel McKelvie, British Columbia, Canada; Charles Sharp, superintendent of local schools; Mr. Rhinehart, Mrs. "Vernon Newport, Paul Owens, Santa Ana, California. Table decorations prepared by Mrs. Harry Wert featured the class colors of blue and white and the silver for the anniversary. Miniature diplomas were attached to each place card. Silhouettes of boy and girl graduates centered the table, and the speaker's table carried the theme, "Hitch Your Wagon to a Star," with a miniature wagon hitched to the stars of Faith, Hope and Charity. Breakfast hostesses were the members of the Kenneth Dodgson Missionary circle with Mrs. Dorothy Dial as chairman. The program was planned by the Student Councelor committee: Helen Beatty, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. H. K. Leavitt, Mrs. Roscoe Norton and Miss Gertrude Johnson, chairman. Sponsors Family Night At Church Family night was featured by 'the Webb Chapel WSCS at the church Sunday evening with a lunch being served. Rev. Paul Jump returned .hanks for the meal in charge of Mrs. Margaret Ide, Mrs. Hanna Mae Hanawalt and Mrs. Gladys Nice. A prelude of organ music was given by Mrs. Mildred Moss, and ;he president, Mrs. Nell Tribbett, opened the meeting by leading group singing. She introduced Mrs. /ois Snider, a district officer, who :alked on "Jesus and His Family." She introduced her husband and ;wo daughters. An installation service was held 'or new officers elected at the March meeting with the Rev. Jump in charge. Tuesday Evening, May 28, ,1957. AWARDS MADE AT RECEPTION FOR ST. VINCENT SCHOOL GRADUATES A reception was given in honor of eighth grade graduates of St. Vincent's school Monday evening 120 Attend Youth Cook-Out Sunday The Logansport and Cass county Youth cook-out .was held SunSay at the lower pavilion at Spencer park with 120 youths and adult leaders attending. Tie event was sponsored by the Cass county Sunday school Association under the direction of Max Beck, youth leader. The schedule was as'follows: Registration followed by a talk by Rev. J. E. Campbell, "Is Christianity Old-Fashioned?"; "Christians in the News," by Rev. Winder; "The Bible and Everyday Living," Keith Rinehart; "Miracles of the Bible," Rev. Harry Rea; "Parables of Jesus," Rev. Kenneth Brady; "Youth Officers and their Work," Rev. Hoffman. Rev. Eugene Summers led recreation. A wiener roast was enjoyed after which Lois Adkinson gave a special number. Miss Hull presented a chalk talk on missionary work. Rev, Jack King gave the closing service. smaller tapers, representing Christ and his .twelve disciples,. were used in installation rites. As each took the oath of office the rlev. Jump lighted a small taper !rom the larger one. Prayer was liven in closing. "Take My Life" was sung by the group followed by prayer given by Mrs. Lois Snider. " Following the session the men and children of the church viewed movies white the women's business meeting was held. Miss Mildred Moss gave devotions from the book, "The Islands Await His Word." All members expressed their appreciation to the Market street Methodist church for the choir robes presented the Webb Chapel. SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY 7:30 p.m.—Live Wire class, Bethel Methodist church, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Felker. 8 p.m.—Diana Temple No. 30, Pythian Sisters, K. of P. hall. The president announced that there will be a school of Missions July 14th to 19th at Battleground and also an Educational Seminar at Winamac July 25th. Mrs. Mary Garrison presented the lesson from the book, "Missions, U.S.A." using the chapters "The World's Biggest 'Audience' and "Rock and Rills and Templed Hills." Mrs. Dorothy Hecker talked on "Institutions Are Their Homes 1 and "America: God Mend Thine Every Flaw," also taken from "Missions, U.S.A." The president expressed her appreciation to her officers during the past year and the meeting closed with silent prayer for the coming year and tho Lord's Prayer by the group. Danish Visitors Feted At Dinner Two visitors from Denmark, Charles Jensen and C, E. Nielsen, were honored guests at a dinner party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Koebcke, route 1, Lucerne. I The men are delegates of the Farmers Union from Denmark and are attending the Interna- :ional Agricultural Conference at Purdue. During the evening there was nformal discussion of crops and farming methods in that country and here. The 72-year-old Nielsen also entertained by dancing the ?olka with Mrs. Ronald Hizer and ner daughter, Eyda. Piano anc! violin music was by Mr. s Mrs. Koebcke. ' Present were Mr. Bnd Mrs. Elvin Sadler, Mr. and Mrs. Ron aid Hizer and daughcr, Eyda, Mrs.»Susie Brown, Mrs. Dora Shuey. Read the Classified Ads GERANIUMS All VarlttfM Bidding Plants Pottod Tomato*! Vagvtabl* Plants Tubcroui .Rootid Begonias All Plants or* Potltd or Transplanted PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE Dial 5144 The highest single span concrete arch bridge in the world is Hie Bixby Creek Bridge near Big Sur, Calif. nd W f III onth !/2 PRICE SALE on* group SPRING DRESSES Just 24 in this group of spring dresses of cottons and miracle fabrics. Some 2-piece styles all reduced !/2 Price PENNEYS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY WEDNESDAY SURPRISE WORK SHl'RTS APPAREL SHOP 320 Fourth Strut Blue Chambray Triple stitched seams. Dress type collar. Sizes 15 to 17 CHENILLE BED SPREADS Durable-Washable Thick-Fluffy as- n CAD so/ted colors and white. Full size only." * Wl» FOR GRADUATES Congratulation* that •ndi.r* V/hen you giv< a gradual* a Longmts- Wlttnauer watch, you give an education' in tlmt. Evtry detail rtflicts Hie vait xperience of longines-WfHnautr In manufacture and design of fin* watches WITTNAUH. A «.lnly ki.t.l.t. (49,75 FTI LONOINII. In «v.cy. J-tcll. iwrf. tiro.. 174.JO HI Additional Society On Page 14 at the school auditorium. The program was opened with he singing of the new class song by,the graduates. Michael Schrcy- er gave the greeting. The class will was read by Louise Gilman and Gloria Vitello. The prohesy was read by Anthony Selvio and Richard Shook, Jane Ann Cook addressed the audience and thanked all for the events of the past eight years. Rt. Rev. Msgr. .John P. Schall announced the following award winners: Jane Ann Cook, winner of the American Legion award for ligh scholastic average over (he eight years; Charles Murray, recipient of the good citizenship award. Msgr. Schall then awarded gifts .0 the patrol boys and girls and to the altar boys. Gifts were presented to the graduates from Msgr. Schall and the Home and School Association, and to the faculty and Msgr. Schall. The pastor then addressed the ;raduates, and the program was concluded with a song by tho graduates. Refreshments of punch, cake and ice cream were served from a table centered with a three Jered cake topped with a miniature boy and girl graduate. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Tom Mee, Mrs. Joseph Grunzinger, Mrs. John Myers, Mrs. Floyd Saudi, Mrs. James McCord, Mrs. Tom Pasquale, Mrs. Ronald Barnes and Mrs. Eugene Boatman. Final'events of the school year include the school picnic Wednesday and graduation exercises Sunday at the 7:30 Mass. Graduales are James Bender, Anthony Boatman, Mary Conrad, Jane Ann Cook, Linda and Susnn Eagan, Anita Firmani, Robert Fir- mam, Louise Gilman, Mary Ellen Jones, Bernard Kilbride, Roberta Kleifgen, Sarah Malady, Patrick McLochlin, Marilyn Medland. Mary Miller, Charles Murray, Edward O'Donnell, Carol Pasquale, John Pasquale, Jeffrey Pearson, Leonard Ricci, JoAnn Rozzi, Catherina Scarellina, Michael Schreycr, Sandra Selvio, Anthony Selvio, Richard Shook, Robert Tarn and Gloria Vitello.- FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE Will BE OPEN MEMORIAL DAY ALL DAY 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. 513 East Broadway YEAZELS Money Order* At Any Tim* VACATION TIME HAVE FILM FOR YOUR CAMERA Kodachrome FOR SLfDBS ALL SIZES Yerichrome Pan FOR BLACK & WHITE SNAPSHOTS ALL SIZES Save 15c ANSCO ALL WEATHER FB.M 3-ROlJL PACK $1.20 Your camera becomes Kodak Color film BRING US YOUR ROLLS OF FILM You'll get the Finest, Quickest Finishing of your Snapshot* with the High Qualify Work done in our own Plant.' 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