Thursday Everdng, December 5, 1957. 3 CWF Divisions Celebrate Yul'e At Luncheon Parties Mrs. Arthur Pruitt was hostess to Division 3, CWF, Ninth street Christian church, Wednesday at a luncheon and Christmas party. Fifteen members answered roll call with a bible quotation. The "Spirit of Christmas" was the theme of the worship service conducted by Mrs. Bessie Wray. Readings entitled, "The Little Pine Tree," "The Little Princess" and "When I was a Little Girl" were read by Mrs. Beulah Gibson. The president announced that "cheer plates" will be sent by the church to shut-ins for Christmas. The meeting closed with the missionary benediction and a social hour. Three guests, Mrs. Charles Acton, Mrs. Harry Renkenberger and Mrs. Pearl Overmyer, were present. The next meeting will be January 2 with Mrs. Grace Peebles. Division 4 Division 4 enjoyed a turkey dinner at the home of Mrs. Grace Wickersham, route 5. Wednesday noon with 12 members "and two guests present. Mrs. Wickersham offered grace preceding the business meeting opened by the president, Mrs. Izetta Thomas. Roll call was answered with quotations. Mrs. Clyde Crispen, secretary, and Mrs. Pearl Miller, treasurer, reported. "Cheer plates" were taken for shut-ins. During the social hour, a gift exchange and contests were enjoyed with recorded Christmas BEGIN BAITING IN BIRD CAMPAIGN 49er's HD Club Marks Thanksgiving, Christinas Holidays A combined Thanksgiving and Christmas meeting, featuring a covered dish dinner, was staged | Tuesday evening by the Washington township 49er's HD club at votions were read by Mrs. using "Thanksgiving" as carols providing background. Division 5 an appropriate Division five, CWF, of the Ninth | s P° t!i ot thc bird5 Street Christian church, convened William D. FUzwater, Jr., U. .S. Fish and Wildlife Service representative directing the program aimed at ridding downtown Logansporl. of sparrows and starlings, Is shown above as he replenishes a bait- dispensing device which is being used to bait ledges on buildings with grain, The plan is to encourage the sparrows to feed on thc ledges, after which poisoned grain will be placed in the favorite feeding the school with Mrs. Amy Jay of] fering grace. The business meeting was opened with a Christmas poem read by the president followed by pledges and the song of the month. De- Jay her theme. Roll call was answered with "my favorite Christmas carol". The club voted and elected Mrs. Frances Plummer as senior director and Mrs. Mac Bowyer as junior director. The retiring president, Mrs. Plummer, welcomed the new president, Mrs. Doris Jean Bryan, and monthly meeting committees were drawn for next year. Members voted to purchase gifts for Byron Carter, a polio patient at Warm Springs, Georgia, and for the State hospital Christmas gift drive as their Christmas projects. The business meeting was closed with the Mizpan after which a social hour was held. "Home-Made Christmas," the theme of the party, was accented in the decorations which included candles, Christmas trees, gaily-wrapped Christmas packages and evergreen. Many unusual home-made Christmas gifts were exchanged by members. "Fifty" was played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Opal Morgan and Mrs. Reba Fiscel; Mrs. Zelma Long won the door prize. There were 30 members present. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lillian Crockett for a Christmas party. Holiday decorations prevailed , throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Crockett, president, presided over the meeting and welcomed members preceding the CWF prayer. During the business meeting plans were made for Holiday Cheer plates to be distributed December 20th to the CWF shut-ins. Devotions were given by Mrs. Letha Sullivan on the Christmas ftory and the lesson on "Race Relations" was portrayed by Mrs. :vo'nct: TO TAXPAYERS 01' APPHOl'IUATIOX.S -Votice hereby given . the taxpayers of Clay Township, Cass County, Indiana that the Advisory Board and Trustee ot said Township will meet at Che Trustee's office in said Township on the 16th day of December, 1K1, at the hour of eiKht o'clock D.m. to consider the following additional appropriations which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing- at this time, to-wit: TOWNSHIP FL'XD: 1. Pay of Trustee .... I 120.00 SPECIAL. SCHOOL FU.VD:.. 23 Transportation oC children $1200.00 bus 8S8.00 TOTAL, SPECIAL SCHOOL FUND $2088.00 Taxpayers of Clay Tonship appearing at said meeting shall l»ave the riwht to be heard thereon. The additional appropriation a* finally made will automatically b 27A Repair of school Martha McArthy who read "Black Mf.donna." Following the Missionary benediction, a social hour was held with contest prizes going to Mrs. Nellie Alfrey, Mrs. Martha McArthy, Mrs. Fay Robbins and M.rs. Viola Collins. Gifts were exchanged. The hostess and her assistant;dent—Lois Downham; Mrs. Leland Grove, served re-j treasurer — Carolyn will meet Sunday evening, Decem- past three years, her 15, at 6 o'clock at the home! Notification has been received of Micfiael and Linda Fiedler to;f r0 m the Grand Recorder's office go Christmas carolling. Others of the church are invited to participate in the carolling. The new officers of the Mount Pisgah Luther League are: president—Michael Fiedler; vice-presi- secretary- Downham; freshments to 17 members and a, song leader— Lois Downham; as- guest, Miss Janet Rpark. , I sistant song leader— Bonnie Smith; The next meeting will be held !pianis>.— Lloyd Robeson; assistant February 5th at the home of Mrs. ipianist— Juanita" McCloskey; lay McArthy, 1321 High street. tically on Board ot' rcferrert to the State Ti'x Commissioners .which hoard will hold a further hearing within fifteen (15) days at the County Auditor's office oC Cass County, Indiana or at such other place as may be designated At auch hearing taxpayers objecting to such a Iditional appropriation may he heard and interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor vhen and where such hearing will lie heard. Dated this 4th day of December, 1U57. Herbert "R, Frusliour HBRBEKT R. FRUSHOUR, TRUSTEE. Charles K. Michael CHARLES K. MICHAEL. ATTOTt- Mt. Pisgah Luther League Entertains Deer Creek Groups The Luther League of the Mount Clive Lutheran Church, Deer Creek, and the Westminster Fellowship of the Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Deer Creek, were guests of the Luther League of he Mount Pisgah Evangelical Lutheran Church, south of Logansport, recently. Michael Fiedler, president of the , . T . , •, „„ host League, presided. The scnp- lesson was road by Lloyd Robeson and Linda Fiedler led in prayer. The topic, "Bless This House", was given by Maurice Robeson, assisted by Michael Fiedler, Bonnie Smith and Pauline Robeson. j advisor—Pauline Robeson; pastoral advisor—Reverend Oberkehr. The League meets the first adfl third Sunday evenings of each month from 6 to 8. Moose Women Host Two Peru Members Special guests from Peru chapter. Freida Flory and Mable Myers, were present at the Monday evening meeting of the Women of the Moose at the hall with Mable Williams, senior regent, in charge. Lois Layman, recorder, read the minutes, and Geneva Beall, chairman of the bake sale, reported it a success. Olive Ingram was announced winner of the attendance prize at the last meeting. A report was given on the tables purchased to be used for the em- A song session was led by Loisjblems and frames for the certi- Downham, and Carolyn Dcwnham was; in charge of the recreation. Fruit punch and homemade cookies were served. II: was reported that a large amount of used clothing was collected during the Thanksgiving Clothing Drive for Lutheran World Relief sponsored by the League. The Mount Pisgah Luther League BEST WISHES To The Gourmet Cafeteria On Your OPEN HOUSE Refrigeration by King's Refrigeration Service 1531 Treen St. Phone 294:2 We Our Proud To Have Installed The AIR CONDITIONING In Logansport's Newest And Finest Cafeteria The GOURMET We Extend Our Best Wishes To Mr. And Mrs. Earl Fernbaugh And Mr. And Mrs. Robert Fernbaugh [icates of achievements which the local chapter has earned for the at Mooseheart that the following chapters will participate in the mid-winter conference to be held in Logansport January 26th: Knox, Huntington, Wabash, Peru, North Manchester and Logansport. 'Reported ill were Roseva Martin, Alice Koss, Fawn Leffert and Ida Mae Vernon. Initiation of candidates will be held on December 9th at 8 o'clock. The library chapter night program will be given by Olive Ingram. The annual Christmas party will bf. held on Monday, December 16th, with a $1 gift exchange. Bingo will be played and refreshments served. In charge of the Christmas party wiil be Lois PoducJi assisted by Ruth Cripe, Charlene Walker and Mable WHliams. The nine o'clock ceremony was observed. Closing devotions were given by the chaplain pro-tern, Mary Bauer. The attendance-prize went, to Mildred McKain. Gamma Nu, WBA Install Officers Installation ot officers highlighted the joint business meeting of Gamma Nu sorority and the WBA club Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Bonnie Nicoles. Mrs. Nicoles was in charge of the business session- which opened with reports by Glenna Little and Margaret Baldini, treasurer and secretary. New officers installed included: Mary Beck, president; Margaret Baldini, vice-president; Janice Allen, secretary; Wilda Button, treasurer; Gertrude Martin, warden, and Anita Leedy, chaplain. Mary Beck will be in charge of the Christmas party which will be a dinner December 17th at the honie of Mrs. Melvin Chapman, High street road. Assisting Mrs, Beck will be Virginia Phearson and Marabell Taylor. Refreshments were served. Society The Merry Mixer class oE the Main street Methodist church will hold a family Christmas party Saturday evening .at 6:30 o'clock at the home of Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Mcllrath. A carry-in supper 'Will be served, and meat is furnished. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange and a 25-cent gift exchange for children. -•&Jewel Rebekah lodge 541 will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the IOOF hall. -#The Ladies Bible class of the Broadway EUB church will hold a Christmas dinner Sunday noon at Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven the home of Mrs. 0. M. Huffman,; 1901 North street. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and 50-cent gift for exchange. The WSWS of the Broadway EUB church will present the Christmas program at the church Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Boone township HD club will meet Tuesday at noon for a carry- in dinner and gift exchange at the Royal Center library. The program is in charge of Agness Doyle and Feleta Beckley. Hostesses are Iva Beauchamp, Lois Fickle, Mary Berkshire, Jessie Sandberg, Anita Lucas and Dorothy Jones. LOCKPORT FELLOWSHIP The December meeting of the Women's Fellowship of the Lockport United Church of Christ was held Monday evening at the church. Devotions were given by Linda Landis, and the business meeting was conducted by the president, Blanche Hershberger. Secretary- treasurer reports were read by Beth Miller and Lois BecV. A skit, entitled "Christmas Candle.?," was presented by Linda Landis, Laura Temple, Viola Nicoll and. Lois Beck. Boxes were packed and sent to the South Dakota Association of Indian Churches and also the Dillard University in New Orleans in behalf of the Friendly Service Work. The meeting was closed with prayer by Sylvia Temple. Refresh-- ments were served by thc hostesses, Mildred Landis and Lois Beck to 1.1 members and thc following guests: Catherine Sundheimer, Fanny Garrison, Ocia Hastings, Ruth Bose, Becky Price and Janice Nicoll. METHODISTS TO MEET LAFAYETTE (UP)—Methodist ministers and their wives from throughout the country will gather at Purdue University Dec. 30 for a 3-day annual Christmas conference. The conference, sponsored by the General Board of Evangelism of The Methodist Church, is designed for ministers and their wives who are in the first five years ot their full-time ministry. A REPORT EARTHQUAKE TOKYO (UP) — Seismographs at the Tokyo meteorological observatory registered an earthquake in Outer Mongolia comparable astrous in intensity earthquake to the which dis- hit Tokyo in 1923, it was announced today. Congratulations— on the Open House Showing of the beautiful new GOURMET CAFETERIA We were very pleased to furnish lumber A and building materials including the BRICK FRONT AND PHILIPPINE MAHOGANY INTERIOR SEE CLOSSON FIRST HUTCH f> ERIE AVI. LOEAN5PORT. ^ggp I a ra j s D^^ Congratulations to You GOURMET Your new cafeteria is beautifully decorated and furnished. Your equipment is expeirfly chosen for .serving fin« foods. Thanks for choosing quality brands—Our ice cream and frozen foods. MER-DEL'S QUALITY FOODS We of FOX'S Are Proud to Have Supplied Booths and Tables for Logansport's Finest Cafeteria and Party Room The GOURMET FOX'S Loganspori's Complete Restaurant Supply Store 510 E. Broadway Phone 2647 Congratulations On The Opening Of The New Gourmet Cafeteria We Are Happy To Have Been Selected To Apply The Built Up Roof O. Route 1 Phone 3666 BEST WISHES on the OPEN HOUSE SHOWING of the beautiful new GOURMET CAFETERIA Be sure and notice the beautiful new Armstrong Random Cushion- tone Ceiling furnished by LOGANSPORT LUMBER CO. 719 Spencer Phone 3067 We are pleased to announce that Armstrong Floor Covering and Sandran Wall Covering for the beautiful GOURMET Cafeteria were furnished by 315 Fourth St Dial 2762 Fernbaugh's on this occasion — the open house of The Gourmet Cafeteria We, like all Logansport, are proud of your beautiful home, and are justly proud of the magnificent lighting fixtures we furnished to the electrician for installation.
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