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2ht Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Sunbeam Council, Degree of Po- cahonlas, will meet at the D. of A. club rooms Thursday evening at 8 o'clock for a regular business session. A good attendance is desired. The Indian Creek CWF met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Herd recently with 18 members and two guests present. Devotions were given by Betty Wilson, and Glenn Herd gave the lesson. Roma McDonald, outgoing president, thanked members for their cooperation. It was voted to purchase a dehumidifier for the basement of the church. Glenn Herd won the contest prize. Following the business meeting, a miscellaneous shower was held /or'Billy Wilson, new son of Mr. and Mrs Harold Wilson. The Christian Women's Fellowship of the Ninth street Christian church will meet at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nola Dritt, 1826 East Broadway. MOLB circle No. 16 will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock it the VFW home. A good attend- -<nce is desired. .^. The Walton Home Demonstration club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leonard Reid with Mrs. Verne Conn in charge of, the se-ssion. Mrs. Willard Logan led in pledge to the flags in opening. The club collect was given in unison and the history of the song of the month, "Tell Me Why", was presented by Mrs. Eddie Snyder and sung by Mrs. Bert Cook anc Mrs. .Snyder, Devotions were read by Mrs. Pearl Fitzer. Those planning to attend the Home Demonstration conference at Purdue University June 12th are Mrs. J. E. Duckworth, Mrs. Raymond Erbaugh, Mrs. Mary Peter and Mrs. Conn. "Now Drugs" was given by Mrs. Ralph Cook preceding a talk on Safety by Mrs. R. M. Kaiser. Members named their favorite flower in answer to roll call and two readings were given by Miss Geraldine Wolf. The secretaray and treasurery reports was read by Mrs. H. Lewis and Mrs. Joe Walker preceding honoring Mrs. Clara Braly and Geraldine Wolf. Mrs. Mary Riddle received the attendance prize. The July meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Har.-y Bean, who will be assisted by Mrs. Will Forgy and Mrs. Elmer Shuman. Refreshments were served by the hostess and assistant hostesses Mrs. Ethel Carey and Mrs. Blanche Walker. Special guests were Mrs. Gladys! Walker, Mrs. Mary Riddle, Gerald-' ing Wolf and Brenda Reyburn. Flowers were given to Mrs. Stella Finncy and Mrs. Laura Maus, who are in St. Joseph hospital. Lincoln Circle No. 1, Ladies of the G.A.R. met Tuesday afternoon at Memorial home with Mrs. Adelia Shaver, president, in charge. Mrs. Grace Miller presented thc secretary's report and Mrs. Fern Williams the treasurer's report. Mrs. Carrie Gust, a patient in Deer Creek nursing home, was reported the same and Mrs. Margaret Smith, was reported im proving. A report on services held Memorial Day at the monument of the unknown dead of thc Civil War was given by Mrs. Bessie Warren and Mrs. Susie Otto and Mrs. Shaver stated that several boxes of clothing had been sent thc State Hospital. A social hour was hcid with Mesdames Shaver, Kva Seybold and Warren being hostesses, The next meeting will be July 2nd, St. Joseph Hospital Sewing Circle meeting was held Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Anna Porter opening the meeting in the absence of the president. Sister Radagunda gave opening prayer preceding regular reports. Mrs. Ada He/lin was reported ill. | Prayer was given by the Sister ' in closing and a luncheon served to the fourteen ladies attending. This was the last meeting until September. -&~ Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem, will hold a called jneeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the IOOF hall. Supreme appointive officers will be honored and a program presented. A door prize will be j awarded and refreshments served. A good attendance is desired. Barbara Gingrich July Bride-Elect Of Peter K. Leahy Mr. and Mrs. William C. Gingrich, of 311 Sixteenth street, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their sister and sister-in-law, Miss Barbara J. Gingrich, of 552 Heath street, to Peter K. Leahy. Miss Gingrich is the daughter of the late Carl and Anna Gingrich, and her-fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Leahy, of County Galway, Ireland, resides with his aunt, Mrs. Marie Hanrahan, route 4, Delphi. Mildred O. Weymer Elected President Of Art Association Miss Mildred Ozane Weymer was named president of the Lo< gansport Art Association at the meeting. Tuesday morning at .the music room of the public library. Others named to office were Mrs. Roy Severns, (retiring president), first vice-.president; Mrs Malcolm Raub, second vice-president; Mrs. Ross Reid, third vice- president; Mrs. 0. E. Nagle, fourth vice-president; Mirs. Sewell Murdock, fifth vice-president; Mrs. E. R. Schmidt, secretary and Mrs. Earl Moss, treasurer. Mrs. Schmidt will name her five assistants and Mrs. Moss her two assistants at a later date. Board members elected for a three year term were Mrs. John Southworth, Mrs. Roy Slaughter Mrs. J. A. Henricks and Mrs. Frank Worthington. Named for two year terms were: Mrs. Eunice Kinnear, Mrs. Wilson Voorhees, Mrs. Earl Appleton and Mrs. John Hildebrahdt. Serving for a one year term will COUPLE MARRIED AT CAMDEN ie Mrs. E. H. Becker, Mrs. Ivan Watts, Mrs. R. S. McCord and „,,,.,.,. j . J Mrs. Charier Wilkinson. The bnde-elect is a graduate of Mrs . Geo . Raub and Miss Mary St. Joseph school, the local high Shultz were elected co-chairmen , , , ,, . _ " klllulkl. TYC1G *^LGL.I.^U *-VJ-*-l 1 atl J 11 Cl I school and Marian college, Indi- o£ thc advisory board and elected anapolis. She /ias been second grade teacher at Franklin school for the past three years. Hep fiance attended school in Ireland and served as an American soldier in the Korean war. He is presently engaged in farming. The wedding will take place at St. Joseph church July 20 at 9 o'clock in the morning. Special Education Groups Hold Picnics Special Education classes of Jefferson and Washington schools have enjoyed picnics during the past few days; the 13 children of :he special education group of Jefferson school spending Monday at the country home of Tom Baker. Pony rides and games were fea- :ured and a picnic lunch served at noon. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Earl Levy and Mrs. Tom Baker. Friday a picnic was held at Spencer park as a final event of the Special Education class of Wash- ngfon school with 32 persons at- ending. Mrs. Fries, teacher, gave the jarents a report on the children's irogress for thc year and following the dinner games were played. Prizes went to Kenny Drake and Jan Johason with the attendance award being received by Donnic Wysong. Billy Joe Whltcman received a prize for knowing 32 birds out of for one year terms on the board were Mrs. B. A. Barker and Mrs. John I. Shafer; two year terms: Mrs. Paul Havens and Mrs. Lucuis Wheeler; three year terms: Mrs. Otto Hetzner and Mrs. Jeanetta Jamison and four year terms: Mrs. Henry Shoop and Miss Sue Blasingham. Mrs. H. L. Wolters was named chairman of the provisional board with names suggested for the board being: Mesdames Mel Chapman, Earl Bailey, Ed Yeazel, Mary Lou Crisman, Verner Hedlund Harry Huntsinger, Ralph Dashner, William Steinhilber Jr., Forrest Reed, Bert Castle, W. J. Hafert, Mary Jane Buck, J. T. Elliott Sr., Arthur Marsh. Robert Discher, Herman Schmitt, Dee Douglass, Goldie Chase, Forest, Kniesley, Charles Barnes, Harry Fll/.er, B. L. Stroup, Clara Kirkpatrick, Anna Hunt, Henry Bailey and Charles Everman. The president will announce later the program chairman, publicity chairman, scrap book chairman, opening tea chairman and the membership drive chairman. Broadway EUB Aid Elects Officers, Plans July Picnic An election of officers was conducted at the Monday evening meeting of the Ladies aid society of the Broadway EUB church at the home of Mrs. C. R. Settlemyre, route 5. The president, Mrs. Settlemyre, was in charge of the meeting which opened with the devotional Wednesday Evening, June 5, 1957. Henry J. Chisholms Entertain Graduates At Officers' Club Following graduation exercises at St. Joseph school Sunday, Col. and Mrs. Henry J. Chisholm' entertained at a graduation breakfast in honor of their daughter, Anne, at the Officers' club at thc Bunker Hill Air Force Base. Preceding the breakfast, fruit punch was served. The graduates were seated at the head table which was decorated in a graduation motif. Those attending were Susie Rittenhouse, Susie Scagnoli, Jane Koons, Tom Smith, Wanda Snyder, Sandra Snyder, Don Logan, Jim Vance, Mary Hoover, Frances Gagliano, Bob Jacobs, Mnry Frettinger, Nancy Wiler, Michael Berndt, Bob Bernd'., Bob Koons, period in charge of Mrs. Betty [John Arvin, Jo Lynn Szewczyk, Ellars who spoke on "Power of|'-' onrue Oldham, Jim Passerini, the Tongue." She read a poern John Mcllwain, and Anne Chis- of the same title, her scripture being taken from the. book of James. Mrs. Ellars concluded with prayer. Mrs. Maudie Priesthoff gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Mary Engle gave the treasurer's report. The group voted to purchase a large cocoa mat for the church and plans were discussed to make hospital mats. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Evelyn Bauch being named president; Mrs. Elizabeth Rupe, vice-president; Mrs. Maudie Priesthoff, secretary; Mrs. Dorothy holm. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Wiler. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gagliano, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ril ten- house, and Frank Folio, and Mrs. Roderick Chisholm, of Marquette, Michigan, grandmother of the honoree. Professional Women Meet German Guest Mrs. TheanoUe Beahnisch. of Germany, who was a guest of A!- trusa club last week, was honored at a tea Saturday evening by the Business and Professional Women's club at the home of Margaret Klein, High street Road. Miss Ruby Smith assisted the hostess. Miss Kay Roycr, Allrusa president, introduced Mrs. Beah- nisch to the BPW club. Sunday fourteen members of ths club attended the annual Rose Breakfast held in Lafayette at the Duncan Home. Attending were Lillian Whitehead, Bessie Shideler, Shirley Key, Mary Schell, Lois Scott, Erma Shine, Jerry Mylet, Marie Kumlcr, Bea Mcllwain, Harriet Perkins. Ethel Thorn, Mary- Watson and Mollie Good. A reception was held in the afternoon at the Community Club House with the Lafayette club as hostess, honoring the District Four officers, including Mollie Good, of Logansporl, who is District Director. Also in ylhe receiving line were the following club presidents: Bea Mcllwain. Logansport, Velma AI- den, AUica, Jean Gigax. Lafayette, Eula'.a Lowe. Monon, Laura Spoor, Monlicollo, Emma Jane Bever, Monticello. Viola Cover, Rensselacr, and Eva Waldman, of the Covinglon club. Jackson, assistant secretary; Mrs. Pearl Fife, treasurer and Mrs., Mary Engle, assistant treasurer, i Jeanolte Mom/cr conduclcd Announcement was made that a ! stal ' atlon ritcs tor Harriett Mary Bethune Club Installs Officers Installation of new officers high- I ;,__._|._ <~-..,.| T I lighted the early morning break-j L| nCOin Circle I QK.eS fast meeting of the Mary BelhunclClothing To Hospital club Saturday at Dykeman park, j Mrs. Geraldine Runyon and Mrs. in- piem'e will be held .July 8th with hostesses being Mrs. Elizabeth president; Mrs. Josophinc Rowe, vice-president and chair- Rupe and Mrs. Maudie Priesthoff.! 111311 ot l ' ;e program committee; Mrs. Blanche Miller offered prayer in closing. Rodkey Studio, Delphi. | JOE T. JONES AND BRIDE, the former Miss Barbara Schock.j are shown following their marriage Sunday afternoon, May 12, at St. Peter's Lutheran church in Camden with the Reverend Richard Reclicr officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Wllmer Schock, route l, Delphi, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, route 1,. Camden. The bridegroom is serving with the US Army, and the bride is employed at.Purdue University of which her husband is a graduate. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Rotary Anns Enjoy Luncheon Meeting A 1 o'clock luncheon was served to 26 Rotary Anns and three guests Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Bailey at tables decorated with fresh garden flowers. Mrs. Silas Gaynor, Mrs. Dale Beck, Mrs. John I. Shafer and 34 - ' I Mrs. II. A. Wallace were on thc This private class of 12 mental- committee in charge. Mrs. E. D. ly retarded children is sponsored by the- Cass County Council of Retarded Children, Inc., which is a United Fund agency, and four crippled children, sponsored by thc Cas.s County Society 'for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc. Spencer, Gertrude Myers and Nancy Naftv.ger were gucsls. Mrs. George Banla won the door pri/,c, and other prizes went to Mrs. 0. M. Zinn, Mrs. Carl Bollei, Mrs. George Brubaker and Mrs. E. L. Hedde. For All Occaslnnn GREETING CARDS "that say what you wanl to »ay' H I ATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE 'Free Gift Wrapping" 3 Wl M SU ITS ... as sea-worthy as a water sprite... a figure to envy on any beach.. .YOU, dressed by Nettle, will be the sweetheart of the cabana wtl "BUTTON DOWN" In a rang! of fathlon't colDn-tar>th«-iun, for toll and av«rag« ilz«i 10*18, for [union 3-13...111,93 Alio man/ styfei by Rose Marl» ftaed and Cabana Prlc.tl from JB.9,8 to J29.9S ,_, W&frvfttna^' *n«* SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday 7:30 p.m.—Phllalhea B class, Baptist Temple,' Catherine Miiler. 8 p.m.—Progressive HD clul), Mrs. Helen Isaacs. Thursday 10 a.m.—Mental Culture club, Mrs. IMablc Latz. Noon—Naomi circle, Whealland avenue Methodist church, dinning room. 12:30 p.m.—Shrine Ladies, club. 2 p.m.—WSWS, Third street EUB church, Mrs. John Keplar. Mrs. Veffa Smith and Mrs. Finney, of the Welfare department, speakers of the evening, talked on welfare work, telling of the financing of the aged, the blind, medical help and the vast scope of welfare work including chippled children, the institution of epilepsy, delinquent children made wards of '.he court and marriage counseling. Their talk also covered adoption proceedings and children from broken homes and also the new physical disability work. Mrs. Smith is head of the department and Mrs. Finncy a field worker. Scripture verses were distributed, and read aloud as members tried naming the chapters from which they were taken. Refreshments were served by I Mrs. Zcnobia Weils, secretary; Mrs. Garnet Hyman, Ireasarer. The new president named the foUuwinfi program cb.iirrm-n: membership, Mrs. Mary Moore; ways and means, Mary .lano Morris; social. Mrs. Clpo Thomas: publicity, Mrs. Pauline Howe; hospitality. Mrs. Kalherine Stewart; nominating, Mrs. Jeniinae Munlcr. The committee in charge of -Ihe breakfast included Mrs. Kdilh, Leech, Mr.s. Mcinzcr. Mary Nola Roose and Mary Jnno Norris. MOTJIEK OKADI/ATES SOUTH BEND (UP)—Mrs. Wil- liaon A. Moss, 39, gradualed from high .school Tuesday niu'hl, a day after her son, William Jr., 17, received his diploma. Mrs. Ross quit school 22 years ago lo help support her brothers and sister?. She decided to finish high school three The Nile is the world's longest L river. Rising in Ethiopia, it flows! 4,145 miles before emptying in'.o) the Mediterranean, says the tional Geographic Society. the hostess and assistant hostess, .years ago. Now, she says she likes 1 Mrs. Blanche Miller. | to go to college. ' Mrs. Susie Otto and Mrs. Adelia Shafer reported at tile Tuesday afternoon mce'.ing of Lincoln Circle No. I. Ladies of the GAR. at Memorial home that several boxes of clothing had been taken to lha Stale hospital. Mrs. Shafer, president, wa.s in charge of the meeting. Graco Miller gave the secretary's report, and Mrs. Fern Williams, (he treasurer's account. Margaret Smith was reported improving, and Mrs. Carrie Gust in pnnr health at the Deer Creek Nursing Home. Cards and flowers wore sent to them. Decoration Day services al <h? monument of the unknown dead were reported by Mrs, Bessie Warren. A social hour was enjoyed with Mrs. Shafer, Kva Se'ylioM and Mrs. Warren as hostesses. Th» next meeting is .hily 2. , DR. 0. L. BRAUN ••'. Rog. PodiaJrlit ": Foot Spoclaliit ;: FOOT AILMENTS "; Offieo: 314 North St. 'J IOGAN5PORT PHONE 3330 Wednesday* & Frfdayi 9 to 4 SUNNY SENSATION Young as «pringllmo . . . utterly feminine . . . fresh as the morning dewl Our dellghftul finely printed cotton sundress with a dotted cummerbund. In black with white. Sizes are 8 ta 16. 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