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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1957
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Kx Logansport, Indiana, Pbaros-Trfbune SOCIETY The Mental Culture club will hold a picnic Thursday at the cottage of Mrs. Mervin Wilson, Shafer Lake. Members are asked to caU Mrs. Alma Hill, 7277, for transportation, and meet at the home of Mrs. Mable Lalz, 523 Brown street, at 10 a.m. promptly. -i,— Division 5, CWF, Ninth street Christian church, will meet with Mrs. Lillian Crockett, 114 Fourteenth street, Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. -it- Jefferson township HD club No. 1 will meet with Mrs. Ethel Girard Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Members are asked to note the change of meeting date. ./, The Philathea' B class of the Baptist Temple will meet with Catherine Miller, 715 North street, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Morning Forum of the CaK •vafy Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, at the church. There will be babysitters. —b- The New Waverly EUB Ladies aid will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Carmen Lowe with Lorraine Lowe as sisting. An election of officers will be held. —6-Th e Art Association will hold the annual election of officers Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the music room of the library. St. Joseph Seventh And Eighth Graders Stage Annual Prom Tom Smith and Ann Chisholm reigned as king and queen ol the St. Joseph seventh and eighth grade prom Friday evening at Memorial home. Pat Eagan and Katy Hilberl were duke and duchess. Miss Fritzie Hilbert acted as hnstoss for the dance, and chapcr- oncs were Mr.s. Weldon Wilson, Mrs. Robert Fulton and Mrs. Olio Hilberl. Those attending were Patrick Kagen, Jirn Vance, Ann Chishrilm, Don lyogan, Wanda Snyder, Michall Hasselt, Vincent Loner, John Arvin, Carolyn Fulton. Mary Barr, Corvin Jones, Susie Scagnoli, Dorothy Klein, Sandra Snyder, Fran Gagliano, Mike Buttlce, Thomas Smith, Bob Karns, David Long, Jennifer Rower, Mike Xook, Katy Hilbert, Gene Jacobs, John Mcll- wain, Calhy Corkey, Bob Jacobs, Martha Davenport, John Henson, Nancy Wiler, Bonnie Frettinj?cr, Jerry Benri, Stephen Foler. Jo Lynn K/owe/yk, Jenn Carroll, Linda Peterson, Gary Raker, Connie Oldham, James Passerinl, Darleen Whcely, Michael Berndt, Mary Homey Donria Frills Tanny Hillis and Janie Koons. Rainbow Assembly 6 Installs Officers At Public Ceremony Miss Sandra Lewellen was installed as new worthy advisor of Logansport Rainbow Assembly No. S during a public installation ceremony Friday evening 'at the Masonic Temple dining room with Mrs. Ruth Wolgamuth in charge. The opening drill leader,.Sharon Allen, escorted the installing officers into the assembly room and to their respective places. They were: Sandy Satterwaite, installing officer; Sharon Hahn, Installing Marshall; Sandy Smith, Installing Chaplain; and Judy Moyer, Installing Recorder. In addition to the Worthy Advisor, officers installed were: Worthy Associate Advisor. Nancy Shaver; Charity, Betsy Watts; Hope, Ann Grace; Faith, Bonnie Murphy; recorder, Sharon Allen; treasurer, Judy Vernon; Chaplain, Sherry Simpson; Drill Leader, Diane Yerkes; Love, Barbara Little; Religion, Janet Bell; Nature, Kay Wolgamuth; Immortality, Sara Carter; Fidelity, Jean Montgomery; Patriotism, Janice KJump; Service, Jane Moyer; Confidential Observer, Beverly Fitz; Outer Observer, Ann Bugbee; Choir Musician, Director, Janice Wood; Linda Lambert; Bible Escort, Nancy Miller; Christian Flag Bearer, Sue Powell; American Flag Bearer, Marilyn Greensfelder; Rainbow Flag Bear BRIDE JUNE 29 JUNE BRIDE-ELECT—Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Pufahl, of Royal Center, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Patricia,, to Carl Edward Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Johnson, of 811 Garfield avenue. The couple will be married Sater Pal Murphy; Rose Lecturer, ] urday evening, June 29, during a Judy Vernon; Historian, Sandy I ceremony at (i:30 o'clock at Maple; Hoosier 'Promise Staff Calvary Presbyterian church. Member, Barbara Carson; Prompter, Sandy Satlcrwaitc; Mother W. White And Wife Married 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Willard While, of 1(75 Sherman sired., will celebrate their .silver wcddini; anniversary Thursday at their liome with a family supper. Arrninla I'uKh and Willard White were married June 0, H In this city. Mrs. White Is the daughter of Mr.s. Cora 1'UKli, of lira Woodlawn avenue, and the lalo Joseph !'nnh, Her husband l.i the. son of Thoma.'i White. HIM riark slrcot, and the lute Lollle While. Tim couple h;r; two sons. Allen !/•(:. ui.Tvin;: with Ihr: US Anny nl Forl Meade, Maryland, and Edward, at home. Advisor, Mrs. Wilma Miller; Assistant Mother Advisor, Mrs., Esther Murphy. Miss Lewellen was escorted lo the East by her mother Mr.s. Laura Lewellen, through a bower of Rainbow Girls while the high s-choo! girls' ensemble sang. Inlroductions were made. A ceremony was held for the Past Worthy Advisor, Sandy Satterwaite while the lined officers presented her with her pin, Bible and roses. The Girls' Ensemble sang a song lo her. Introductions and escorting* wore made for Mrs. Wilma Miller, Mrs. Ruth Wolgamuth, and Mrs. Maurice Raikes. Remarks were made and Mrs. Lowellen presented her daughter, Sandra, with a while marbeletle gavel engraved with tho letters W.A.S.L. and '57. Mr.s. Maurice Raikes presented merit bars to the following girls: Sandra Lewellcn, Sharon Allen, Sharon Hahn, Sandy Sattewalle, Barbara Todd, -Betsy Watts, Bonnie Murphy, Kay Purdy, Ann Grace, Kay Wolgamulh, Sherry Simpson, Diane Yerkcs. Sandy Maple, Marilyn Grennsfeldcr, Janice Klumpp, Sara Carter, Bv- nrly FiU, Ann Sheckell, Jean Montgomery, Judy Vernon, Rosemary Todd, Joan Harrison, Mary Harrison, Sue Powell and Dixie Ulrey. A benediction was offered by Rev. Wilbur Wilson and refreshments were served to approximately KM guests at Ihe close of the meeting. the (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) League Entertains Mrs. T. Beahnisch Tho role of women in government was the topic of discussion Saturday Theanolte afternoon when Beahnisch met Mr.s. Willl board members of the League of; and Charles Davidson; Women Voters at the home of j Sleinbergcr and Mrs. H. L. Huntsinger, roule 5. | Bunny Easier and Jr. D. Of l.'s And Dotes -Dance On "Paradise Island" The Junior Daughters of Isabella, staged a dance Friday evening at the K. of C. hall with 38 couples dancing to the music of Frank Parente's band, "Four Jacks and a Jill." Couples entered beneath a pink and white crepe paper canopy whfeh completely covered and encircled the dancing tlopr. The theme, "Paradise Island" was carried cut in tropical decorations with the dance floor centered with a pool of ivy and roses and flanked with palm trees. Dance programs were in the form of pineapples. Those attending were: Mary Joan Quaglio, general chairman, and Ed Nichols; Nancy . Rozzi, recording secretary and chairman of the refreshment committee escorted by Bill Bowyer; Margaret P.asquale, president, escorted by Phil Burndt; Susie' Culp, treasurer and Tom Castaldi,; Joan Pasquale, decoration chairman, and Cliff Davidson; Jean Liming and Bill Myer; Sandy Sundy and Jack Reeder; Diane Neumann and Dale Burrows; Jan Eisert and Frank E. Chase; Margaret Huff and Bob Hardin; Karen Ryan and Mike Shellenbarg; Linn Yeazcl and Dick Jackson. Also, Edith Moore and Louie Slaughter; Judy Cunningham and Dick Medland; Jane Ann Conrad and Mike Gray; Joan Schreyer and Tom Kirk; Tamra Watts and Jack Cain; Rosemary Gear and Fred Hanna; Nancy Hendricks Mary Elliott; Polsin- Monday Evening, June 3, 1957. Art Exhibit To Feature Work Of Monday Night Group An exhibit of art work done by] 4-H News members of the "Monday night j The Peppy Peppers 4-11 club met group" will be held Thursday and (Friday evening ^atjno^Adamsboro Friday at 403% Tenth street. The event Is the culmination of four and one half months work directed by Pete J. Carr. Outstanding works among the many on exhibit will include a still life in oils by Virginia Edkins; Graduation Banquet Given For Seniors Of Wheatland Church Eleven graduating seniors, members of the Methodist Youth Fel-! pastel portraits by Virginia Mur- lowship of the Wheatland avenue: dock; a self-portrait in oils by Tish Methodist church, were honored at Alder; a composition on burlap by a'banquet at the church recently] Jerry Hendricks; a surrealistic oil "Follow the j by Marie Hennesey; a collage [with oils by Johnny Hendricks; a Pink and white crepe paper was | portrait by John Gammel; a still with the theme, Gleam," prevailing. jused to form a canopy over the room and at one end was a life size painting of Christ. On the program committee were Sharon Hardin, chairman, Jane Lindley and Jack Cunningham. In charge of decorations were Gordon .Wolf, chairman, Tom Watts, Connie Eikelberner, Beth Height, Jean Nethercutt, Judy Clark and Harrington Studio BETROTHED—Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Alber Greg Stewart. Special music for the occasion was provided by the high school ensemble undor the direction of Thelma Nicholas. .lack Cunningham gave the welcome and Barbara Novak re- life in ochres and umbers by Forrest J. Reed; a self portrait 'jy Ellen Lovell; a non-objective composition by Mary Margaret Muehlhausen; a self-portrait by John Hendricks; a composition on burlap by Mary Lee Chambers; abstract portraits by Ethylene Davis; self-portrait by Jessie Koch; and an abstract composition on burlap by Marilyn J. Carr. The exhibit will bo open from 3 to 9 p.m. and the public is cordially invited. Many of the works will be available for purchase. Davis, of 314 Brown street, of thej sp onded for the seniors, engagement and forthcoming mar-, Sharon Hardin, president; of the riage of their daughter, Freda M., to John H. Long, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Long, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Miss Davis Is a member of the 1957 graduating ciass of the local high school. Her finance was recently discharged from the US Army. The couple will be married July Bill Louie Mrs. Beahnisch, the only woman] elli; to hold a high Rovcrnmenl posi-'lon; lion in founder West of the Germany, Is the Gorman Woman's Circle, a nonparti.san organization similar to the League of Women Voters. Miss Kay Royer, AHrusa Club president, introduced Mrs. Beahnisch to the group. Mr.s. Howard Jones of Ml&soula, Montana, that state's League I president, and Mrs. Ray Bowser of . Peru, Stale League Board mcm- . her, were guests as well as three [ local past presidents, Mr.s. William Steinhilbe.r, Mrs. Earl Bailey, and Mr.s. John Shafer, Jr. Meyer Students To -"resent Recitals Two recitals wilj he presented by Indents t>f Ruby W. Meyer this week at the YWCA. The following accordion students of Personal Mr. and Mm. C. Robert tiled !Mr» Kast Nineteenth street, Irwii- nnap'ill.H, ;ir(! Ilii; luimnln <>! u son, liorn Saturday at Coloman hospital.' Paternal grandparents are Mr. ami Mr.s. llrnry Riccl, IW. r , Krlo nvonne, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mr. 1 !. Paul Clorm- Icy, of 2IOM4 Smeatl street. TOO CONVINCING LONDON UM'>-~An eldfrly cou- 7>l(! found a bui'Hlar In their apartment whon they rolurned home Nimilny tiiKlil. Ho mild l\u wan » Txillcpmtm. In an effort to prove Jl. Ihc intruder dialed mi ftmor|<on- cy police number and naked for "reinforcement!!." Tlicy arrived In time to nab him. Kitchen Shower Held For Walton Church A shower for Items to equip the new church kllclum wan held Friday evening at the Walton Lutheran church basement. A program was presented as follows: song by Smile Sprinkle; recitations by Tnnl Logan, J'atty limner and Jennie Krny; piano solos by Joy Krny and Cheryl Downhour; dance reviews by'Tan- nu Bulls and Nicky Surnrall; Mary Lou Nicholas, Jcanie Kindlier and Karen Turner; Cheryl Uownhour and Nancy Surnrall. Gifts placed on n table decorated with orange blo.'isorns were opened by Mrs. Rosalind Klnnuy. The coitimitl.ec In chaw Included Mrs, Virginia Sprinkle, Mrs. Marly Surnrall arid Mrs. Juanila Downhour. Refreshments were served to 'M guests. SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY 8 p.m.—While KOHO club, Dykeman pnrk. 7:.'l<> p,m,—Ladlofl nld, Broadway KIJI1 chureh, Mm. Clarunec Set- tlornyre. < II ji. in.-—LoKtin Council, nf America, club room«. To»r« . . . 30-dny CMC-AAA oM. *H(i«nM roil tow vUtllng 'y«llowtton«, OOfwJ Cunyon, SowtWr* Utoh or>H Aftiona porVi, Bryw C«inyi»H, LM An0«l*i. Hollywood, YOMM. IU, Sort FfunclMo, 5«ntlU, Ink* Loulw, Da«« B Conntllun Rocl(I»i. frnifu*nt tttparlufoi. WISVIftN WONDIPLANDS Tour* . . , Ift-doy CMC-AAA oM-«Hp»n*« rait lour viittlnf) Gran«l Canyon, Lot An(j*U>. Hollywood, Sun TrtinclKO,. r>*MMU, Vti»cx>uv«r, lnl(* loult*, llanff. Corn*- rlton Rocl<!«i. Cr»'(u«fH d«puflur*i, tovrt to till i«Ko»M of ih* U.S.A., tftr c«o<(h from 7 <J<iyt Wf». • 3 *-^—•——v^ IOGANSPORTT BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB TRAVEL. BUREAU Hi South third Slr»l -1.1 rt. CMcac/o Motor Club U tOUtt In THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrxt J. Rood, Interiors 217-HthSl. Phone 4681 Houn 9 lo 5 dally, oxc»p1 Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES Pal Crisman and Gary Ac- Frances Huff and Charles Strecker; Suslo Huff .and Tom Bishop; Judy 'Scnrpollini and Bill Kline; Sharon Denny and Ronnie Crise/.; Bernndine Mnmbaclc and Bob Fetlig; Mary Baker and Jim 1-Iipsher; Also, Junli! Meinzcr nnd Nell Sandtirs; .Judy Polslnolli and II.. C. Ilcnkcnhnrficr; Vickie Koch and Miliu Baker; ' Dorothy Shrill and Loren Saunders; Joyce Ihiley nnd Bill Hunt; Sue Handy Thompson; Judy Wnlls nnd Dlclt Sundy; Deanna Rntlifl' und Dave Baker; Linda Kdwards and JCd- die Watoon and Ann Cnstaldi, ticket chairman, and Everett Thornas. ChopcroncR. were Mrs. Lawrence Quaglio, Mrs. Anthony Sundy, Mrs, filchard WallH und Mrs. Nicholas Pawiunlu. Serving the cake and punch were Margaret Conrad, Mike New 8. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) will be presented Tuesday cvonlnKj |. on> Carol' PtiHiiunlc, Dick Shook. it the YWCA annex at. II o'clock: Jlane Adams, Su.san Hecker, Paul ianer, Arthur Lovell, Roni'.ie 'olenclc, Slan Sandcr.H and Richard Williams. Piano and voice student. 1 ? will perform Friday <>venln« nt I! o'clock at the YWOA parlors. Slu- lenls an- Jarncs Ani;li), Illlalnc 'Jauer, Harbaivi iiruno, Barbara iJoall, Sharon Murphy, David and Kareri McKlhcny, Jin) Mliler, Anita Madonna, Sloven Novak, Dlutinc Wells, UIK'IU Wlsorruin. I''ranlt and Irene Travincek and (Junlon Wolf. IiONOKST TK.'KICT I>IHI'UTI5 HVDNKY. Australia ((IP)—Itii- nnd dill, dh'ci.'l.or of American I'nivel lli.'iulqnarlers Jicre, din- lilted loday a Tokyo travel a|.;cn- cy report Hint It had Issued Uie world's ItnuiuHl. airline 11 c k c I. P{)ky^) presM reports .said a Uli-fool driK llcltet had lieen ismicd lo Nelson I.ei'S lo go fnim Tifkyo Ui the llnlliid Klule.1 via 74 cltlii.'f in Asia, Auiitralla, Soiil.li Africa and Ku- •ope. "I,list NnvimJiw," Illll nald. 'we Issued a .'in-foul. IDIIK llcliet for Mr. and Mrs. Andruw Balonh of Sydney. They travelled aboard 211 iilrllmiH and visited 10,1 clUoH In 33 countries." Jirn Benjler, Jonea. and Mary Ellun MAN IN A 8TKW COLUMBUS, Ohio (irp>—TTarold Thompson's doslro for him Into trouble with Cool Week Is Ahead By UNITED PRESS Hoosierland had anolher siege of brisk overnight temperatures and the wealhcrman predicted slightly below-normal readings for most of this week. The five-day outlook called for lomperatures averaging 2-1 degrees below nornitil highs of 74 to 85 and normal lows of 55 to Oil, north to soulh. It called for n "slow warming and Jim trend early in Hie week, turning cooler again about Thursday." Precipitation was ex-pectcd to overage one-fourl.1i inch or less in the extreme north to nearly one- half inch In ihe extreme .south, "Showers over most of the slain Thursday or Friday with additional showers in the extreme south'"earlier In tho weok," the forecast said. Eurly Monday readings skidded to :ii) at Goshen, 42 at South Mend, und 41! nl Fort. Wayne. None of the weather'stations logged by (lie Indianapolis Wea'llior Bureau reported liljfhs of. 70 Sunday, To;vs wa.s Soulh Bend with (HI. Indian- opoliB had (17, Fort .Wuyne and ISvansvlllo Bli. Youth Fellowship, was mistress of ceremonies and the Rev. Ralph Baker, of Arcadia, Indiana, formerly a member of the Youth Fellowship of the church, was guest speaker. Clarence Hardin is superintendent of the church youth department. Graduating seniors presented New Testaments from Ihe church were: Ronnie Na/.erine, Barbara Novak, Ted Daniels, Mel Walters, Tom Smith, Susan Lindley, Karen Crook, Judy Carroll, Dan Maxson, Mary D. Higgle, and Ruth Kline. PRK - INDUCTION PRACTICE HOLLYWOOD (UP)—John Bradford, young actor from Aurora, 11!., has portrayed servicemen in each of Ihc 12 motion pictures he U.S. on Watch For Flu Bug WASHINGTON (UP)—American laboratories have been alerted to watch for the possible ance In Uiis country of appear- the new influenza virus that, has been sweeping the Far East, a World Health Organization official disclosed Sunday nifr'i't. Dr. Carl Dauer, executive secretory of the U.N. agency's U.S. Influenza Information Center, said that with travelers re-turning cons'.iantly from I he Orient the virus could hit the West Const at a:iy time. He expressed interest In reports the Asian epidemic already has spread to Brazil. Dnucr, who also is a medical Community building. Steven and Jay Kitchel led Hie opening pledges. Carol Cunningham read tho secretary's report, and Nancy Wilson the health and safety report. The following demonstrations were given: Carolyn Sowers, oatmeal cookies; Barbara Frick, how to make an octopus: Jane .McCloskey, red devils food cake. Refreshments were served by Carolyn Sowers and Carol Cunning, ham. The next meeting will be June 13 at 1:30 p.m. —tine Sunmaidens 4-H club met at the school recently with the president, Mary Jane Wade, opening the session. The local judging contest was held with the following winners announced: Senior baking. Phyllis Nice, Ruby Sanders; junior baking. Kay Garrison, Kditb Gordon: senior food preparation, Sue Zeider, Maxine Ross; junior food preparation, Donna March and Pain Eikdberner: senior clothing, Elsie Miller, Nellie Ross; junior clothing, Cheryl Reid and Janet McDonald. These girls will participate in tho county contest June 11 at !> a.m. Refreshments were served by Christina Hardy. Goldie Eikelberner. Ton! Bish and Brenda Emmerd. The next meeting will be June 12 when a local demonstration contest will be held. Thirty-four members of Ilia Yankee Maidens 4-H club of Deer Creek township met at Deacon Wednesday with pledges to flags given in opening. Hull call was followed by Ellen Wilson reading the seiTet.;\ry's report and j:roup sin^in^; led by Barbara Lybrook. Ruth Smith submitted thn health and safety report and demonstrations were siven by Sharon Segnwes on "busy day nike" and Nnrmia Shawvor on "how to measure flour correctly has been in since coming to llol-'adviser tn the U.K. Public Health and "how In break an ojiK." Service, said "We don't anticipate i Joyce Wooley saii£ a special lywood. Bradford, currently portraying an Air Force sergeant in "No Time For Sewunls," has not yet scon military service. BEAK HIT, RUNS PALMDALK, Calif. (UPl-Ms-h and game officials searched today for a hlt-and-rnn bear. Clark Howard said the front end of his car wns- so bndly demolished when he collided with ttio boar that H. had l/i be towed to a Mirage. Bruin | loped Into the desert. anylhing very severe at this! number and during Uu> social part lime." But he added safeguards have been laken to virus if it appears. identify the The death rate from pneumonia and influenza together decreased from MO.S per lOO.noo in 1011 to fl.fi per 100,01X1 in Iftfu. of the were served. refreshments A I.ONC I,IKK ANDERSON, I ml.—Mrs. Milll- cenl WeiT Ilunlloy says tho same litfht bulb has served as n ni^ht li^ht In her homo bore fur 5f> years. Arkansas has had live conslllu- tlons—in 1OI, HKiJ, HIM, IHfill and JirM. The present constitution has been amended <\'i limes. Mow Rot the law. Thompson, 2 1 !, was held on suspicion of burxlury Sunday nfler lie wan HiirprLsed In n neighbor 1 !) kitchen cooking a two-pound rciiml, six OKKN, and three pounds of po- laloes—all In the same pot. More than 20,000,000 iicron of land In Koul.h Dakota IIHVO been l>niuj,<iil, umlor mill conservation practices, SAY IT WITH FLOWERS DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Groonhoux* Fill Kpldfmlc! Toll SOD MANILA HIT 1 )—The dentli lull in tile lufluen'/.n epidemic .sweeping Tho Philippines edged lownrd the r>()0 murk today. Slxl.y-l.wo more deaths were n:K- l.itured In Manila nnd the provinces Friday. II. bronchi l/o 4(M the known victims. DR. 0. L. BRAUN Rug. Podlalrlil Fool Spoclullif FOOT AILMENTS Orflcctl 311 North Si. tOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 W«dn*uJayi A Prliliiyi 9 lo 4 " CM Why wait for Sales Buy Hitr* and Savv Anvtlmn Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs l*t Our Location r tiv« You Mon*f Ar Low COM Op»i Daffy-— 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 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