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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 31, 1957
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Six Loeansport. Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The White Rose club will hold the annual picnic at Dykeman park Monday evening at 6 o'clock at the east pavilion. Mrs. Pearl Coates will be hostess. -&-Logan Council, Daughters of America, will meet at the club rooms Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Al! officers are asked to be present. Members are to bring auction items. A Social hour will follow the regular business meeting. —6- Rev. Johnson and his family were honored a a farewell dinner Monday evening at the Salem Methodist church basement by members of the Lincoln and Salem churches. Seventy-five persons enjoyed a carry-in supper with Rev. Johnson asking grace. Following the supper, a "What's My Line" quiz was conducted by Mrs. William Bailey and Mrs. Lester Williams who were chairman of the affair. Mrs. Bailey introduced Howard Kaufman of the Lincoln church who gave a talk. Both churches presented Rev. Johnson with cash gifts. He will be in charge of the Hortonville and Sedwick churches. -&Members of the Margaret Haddock Wesleyan Service Guild of the Market Street Methodist Church met Tuesday in the church parlors with the president opening the session and conducting the business meeting. Ruth Brater and Freda Hoker gave the secretary and treasurer Walton Assembly No. 48, Order of Rainbow ,for Girls, held a formal meeting with approximately 50 Eastern Star and Rainbow girls present. llartia Zollman and Rita Jane Kunkle conducted the initiation services preceding a rose ceremony held for new members. Dixie Frey and Barbara Lybrook held a birthday celebration with gifts being received from the assembly. The chair prize went to Sue Keplar preceding announcement that no banquet will be held before inspection, Cinny Sturm was named personal page for "Mom" Hall at Grand Assembly. Refreshments were served in closing. Inspection will be June 5th and installation June 8th. — fr- The Ladies aid of the Broadway EUB church will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clarence Settlemyre, route 5. There will be a guest speaker and election of officers. — fr- The Loyalty class of the Calvary Presbyterian church will meet at. the church Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock for a picnic supper. -*The Calvary Presbyterian Couple's class held a "hobo party" Tuesday evening at the church wilh 25 members present. Jim Goltry and Peg King were elecled king and queen. Bob Leiper led prayer during the short business meeting, and reports and devotions were read! Bob Filchak offered the devotions. by Mary Weaver. JAn ice cream, social will be held Marion Reid was in charge of the program during which time a pledge service was conducted. 'Open My Eyes That I May See" July 12 with Rex Hunter and Bob Filchak in charge. Committee for the party included Mr. and Mrs. Filchak, Mr. and was sung by the group and an- Mrs. Robert Grouse, Mr. and Mrs. louncement made that the Guild |Dan Kniesley and Dr. and Mrs. •will present Bibles to the lilj Willis Montgomery. High School graduates of .the Auxiliary Names Meeting Delegates Delegates and alternates to the State Encampment June 20 at French Lick were named at the Tuesday evening mating of the VFW Auxiliary at the post home with Robin Myers, president, in charge. Pro-tern officers were Dorothea Morehead and Clarice Williams. Initiation was held for Elizabeth SLsson. Virginia Spurgeon reported on the Juniors Girls unit. The unit pledged $300 to the Memorial hospital fund. A report on the poppy sale was given by Lillian Webster with Jessie lies being high in sales. Charlene Davis reported on the district meeting held at Lafayette. Irene Williams, of Rochester, is the new district president. Virginia Grant won the door prize. The refreshment committee, Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Ada Mallett j3nd Mrs. Corcoran served refreshments smorgasbord style, Delegates to the June encampment are Mary Haugh, Ann Hayworth, Marr Rhody, Lillian Webster, Clarice Williams, Margaret Stewart, Charlene Davis, Marie Winn, Virginia' Spurgeon, Rosalie Easley, Sue Weimer, Ruby Riggle, Virginia Grant, Augusta Lynas, Elsie Bushing, Ella Horning, Ada Umbarger, Barbara Henry, Mrs. Morehead, Helen Massey, Mrs. Corcoran and Gretchen Rivers. GERMAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL GUEST of ALTRUSA CLUB Friday Evening, May 31, 1937. Alternates are Elizabeth Sissori, Pat Hcrrold, Ethel Graf, Ethel Prentice, Drcida Hershberger, Ada Mallett, Ethel Rodenhaugh, .Bonnie Roberts, Shirley Jones, Laura Morehouse, Clara Hall, Grctchen ihurch with their name inscribed. Announcement was also made of he Weslcyan Service Guild Week- ..nd at £pworth Forest June 22 and 23rd and that District Officers training day will be at Russiaville July 13th. The meeting closed with prayer ij Alda Byrt and refreshments were served from tables centered with spring bouquets and pastel tapers. Hostesses, were Lulu Epsilon Sigma'Omicrori will hold; Crocker, Ruthalene a picnic dinner at Dykeman park Saunders, Virginia Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Miss Cornelia Hankce will review the book, "Memoirs: Year of Decision," by Harry S. Truman. Miss Sue Winn Feted At Shower Miss Sue Winn, bride-elect of Ray Owen, was honored at a miscel- Bishop ;ianeou.i shower recently by Mrs. Ervin, Eva Branneman, Ethel Noble, Jessie lies, Bonnie Sedam, Angle Rose, Beverly Bair, Florence Beckler and Georgia Taylor. of Koseva Martin and Oca Hankee. jBonnie Pullens —2r— it hafer Lake. at her home on Members of St. Ann's study club of St. Vincent's church met with Mrs. Faybian Keller, 1409 North street, for the May meeting with prayer and recitation of the rosary given in opening. Current events wer given in answer to roll cull during the business session during which time regular reports were heard. During the social hour prizes The hostess was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Blanch Clary. The gift table was decorated with love birds perched near a birdhouse with streamers. Refreshments were served and games played with prizes going to Mrs. Louise Clary and Mrs. Charlotte English. Invited guests include, Mcsdamcn Donald Winn, Ervan Grove, Ru»- Criss Tyre, Wife, Married'53 Years Mr. and Mrs. Criss Tyre, route 1, Walton, will mark their 52rd wedding anniversary Saturday at 'their home. The couple has four children: Mrs. H. S. Pillion, route 1, Walton; Mrs. Owen Gish, route 2, Walton; 9th Street Church LOCAL GIRL WEDS To Honor Graduates At Breakfast Sunday Rev. Earl P. Seitz. pastor of the Main street Christian church, Kokomo, will deliver the message at the annual senior breakfast at 7:00 a.m., Sunday, at the Ninth street Christian church when the 24 high school graduates of Ihe congregation will be honored. His subject will be, "Who's Autographed Your Yearbook?" The girl's ensemble from Logansport 1 ligh school will sing under the di-' rection of Miss Thelma Nicholas, j Rev. Kenneth Brady, pastor, will; preside at the event in which the following leaders of the church will speak briefly in congratula- :ions to the graduates: Marion Watson, president of the official board,' S. W. Simpson, Sunday school superintendent Mrs. Vera marriage of their daughter, Marian Mrs. Theanolte Beahnisch, center, finds a copy of "Time" magazine very interesting as Miss Kay Royer, left, and Mrs. Don Winter provide explanations of news events for their guest. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Wilson, superintendent of the youth er and C. G. Smith, chairman of '.ha elders. 510 Tanguy street, announce th« Ralph Hafter on department, Harold Smith, teach- February 16 at Crown Point, Ind- The bride and bridegroom ara Gift Bibles will be presented to students at Purdue University. She each graduate. Guests will include ^ a member of Alpha Xi Delta the parents of the young people, sorority, and he of Tau Epsilon The breakfast will be prepared by', P ni fraternity. She is a sophomoro the mothers of the Junior class and he, a junior. and served by girls. Members group inelude: Junior boys and of the graduate The bridegroom is Uie sou o( Mr. and Mrs. David Hafter. of Dallas, Texas, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hafter, of Dallas, and Mrs. Reuben Kramer, of Portland. Oregon. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) were awarded to Mrs. Frank Latz, jsol' Wolfe, Richard Winn, ' Mrs. Walter McCord, Mrs. Ed Murphy and Mrs. Joseph Booher, New officers will be elected at the June 13th meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. Joseph Booher, 719 Eighteenth street. The mceihig will feature a covered dish dinner. Eighteen members of the Frances K. Willartl Class of the Wheatland Aveniie church met Tuesday evening with- Miss Huth Thomas. Alice Hershberger, president, conduclcd the business session which opening with group singing ; of the das;; song and devotions by - Mary Karris. : Mrs. Minnie Delzel gave prayer - preceding group welcoming of '. Mrs. Dulsy Dodxon who had - spent the winter months In Florl. da. During the social hour the group watched television with refreshments being serviced hy the hosier and her assistant Mrs. ' Gladys Whilomim. The next mooting, to ho June 26th, will be held at thu home of Mrs. Fayc llurkinii. Clary, Richard Crimmins, Bill Gordon, Charles Jones, Gene Henry, Carl Pickham, Gene Hilkert, Frances Caklwcll, Dale English, Esther Powlcn, Charles Remlcy, Ralph Wilson, Frank Zigajowski, ' Doyne Butts, Victor Winn, Roy' Jones and Arthur Clary. Raymond Tyre, Peru; Robert Tyro, route 1, Gnlveston. There are Iwo grandchildren, Beverly Wright, of Pont, and Robert Dale Tyre, Indianapolis; two great grandchildren. Melody Ann and Joetta Wright, Poru. Due to ill health of Mrs.- Tyre and the Illness of Ihcir son, Raymond, who Is 'confined to Dukes "Your Country is not a Country; it is a continent," were the words a tiny German lady used to describe the United States on her first trip to this country. Mrs, Theanolle Beahnisch, the only woman government president for the government district of Hannover, Lower Saxyon, Germany, is visiting this country as a guest ot the International Educational Exchange program of the U. S. Department of Slate. Altrusa club, of which Miss Roy- cr is president, was chosen to welcome Ihe German visilor and entertain her during her four - day slay in a typical mid-western city. ishe is the house guest of Dr. and I Mrs. Don Winter, 2541 East Broadway, and arrived in Logansport Wednesday afternoon. Arriving in this country April 24, Mrs. Beahnisch has toured New York City, Washington D.C., Jackson. Mississippi, Now Orleans, San;e Fe, Albuquerque, Los Angeles, San Francisco., St. Louis and Kansas City. It was this whirlwind | tour whjeh prompted the petite German widow to comment that the United Slates is not a country but a continent. . The monument to Abraham Lincoln in Washington, D. C., impress- all of the 48 stales, "each indc- relurning to her homeland, Mrs. pendent as possible but unified in Beahnisch replied, "I will speak to my people, women as well as Ihe same attitude in all human re iations," she said. Mrs. Beahnisch is studying the methods of national and local government and will compare democratic government procedures lo the systems of cities of corresponding size in her own country. Very active in government and organizations in Germany, Mrs. Beahnisch is the organizer of Ihe German Women's circle which is similar lo the League of Women Voters in this country. A lawyer, Mrs. Beahnisch received special government training for he rpositlon to which she was appointed. She is the only woman government president of a district of one and a half, million people. Asked what she plans to do on men, about your country and also how democracy runs...." and she commented, "It goes very well." Mrs. Beahnisch will be honored at a dinner tonight at the Ben Hur by the Altrusa club. She plans to leave for Washington, D. C., on Sunday and will atlend a meeting of the International Council of Women in Montreal June 5 through June 15, and on June 20 will leave for home. Carol Ann Brugh, Eleanor Kay Burch, William Charles Carithers, Alia Kay Davis, Harry Webster Elliott, David Richard Cook, Kenneth Harvey Gifford, William Dean Gifford, James A. Goldstine. Kent Hinh Srhnol Kobin Hall, Eldon Lawrence Hen- . y J< ~ rlu( - ) , sell, wiliiam Alan Kiiiion, Judith Librarians Honored Anne McCnrl, Betty Lou N'eese, Shirley Mae Randolph. Jcraldine Jo Renkenberger, Sumly Neff. Jerry Lee Schnieb, Thomas G. Short, Jerry Kay Skinner, Everett L. Thomas, Paul Edwin Watson, and Carolyn Suo Homey. SOCIAL CALENDAR Friday 7:,10 p.m.—Circle 5, St. James Lu- Lake Cicott Couple To Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hardy, of Lake Cicotl, will mark their 55th wedding anniversary Sunday at Iheir home. No special celebration is planned because of the ill health of Mrs. Hardy, The couple, both unlives of Jefferson and Noble lownships, was married June 2, 1902, in Windsor, Canada. theran church, Mrs. Mary Muck-'i They have lived in Ihoir present enfuss. homo since 11110. The library staff of the local high school gave a breakfast for tho seniors on the staff Wednesday morning in room 53 at th« high school. Miss Marian Baad* is the librarian. Juniors on the slaff in chars» of the planning and program. Eighteen seniors honored were Ann Grace, Pat Corkcy, Macielyn and Marilyn Ricdatxli, Betty Necse, Carol Brugh. ,1111 Billman, Barbara Davis, Mary Beth Easter, Beth Brumbaugh. Susie Kumler, Erika Esscr, Mary Ellen Newman, Sue Newton, Nancy Jackson, Sherry TiK'ker, Sharon Nuhiir, anil John Hickman. Ann George and Janet juniors, .served refreshments. Carol Wincmillor was chairman of Ihe program committee. All members of the library slaff were pro- sent. ed Mrs, Benhnlsdi as a great tribute lo the modesty of one man. hospital In Peru, the day will beiln her tour, she wtis also much spont quietly. I impressed with the unification ol Misses Ann Brye, Jnne Jean Hilkert, Mona and Also Jones, Joan Wolfe, Joa,n Jones, Dianne Clary and Patricia Winn. BLACKMAN SWOHN IN MARION (UP) — Willard G. Blackman becomes mayor of Marlon today. Blackman advances from Ihe position, of city controller this afternoon in a ceremony. In City Hall, succeeding 1 Edward Wert. who reslgndd bccatmo of health with nearly three years of his term remaining. 15USINKS.S MANAGER QUITS FRANKUN (UP)— Charles M. Cochran, business manager of Franklin Coilego alnco IIMD, has resinned effective July 1"> to take a similar position In another 'Mld- wo.stern school. RUG CLEANING FOR INFORMATION PHONE 7716 Moodys Magic Carpet Cleaners GET RID OF GARBAGE THE EASY WAY BARD-MAT:C GARBAGE ELIMINATOR DISSOLVES GARBAGE only $ 39 95 Bard-Mntic easily hislalls in ground, dissolves garbage by nilciit bacteria action. 85% Ix.'comcs liquid which sccpi into soil; balance Ixicomes rich compost. No plumbing, gas or power needed. Hard-Malic seals odors in; in.sccls out; dogs can't upset k. Perfect solution to garbage problem* it> suburban, rural or retort areas. 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