Wx Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DONNA LeMAY TALKS ON JAPAN AS NOBLE HD ENTERTAINS CLAY CLUB Mrs. Donna LeMay was the guest speaker at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Noble township home demonstration club when women of the Clay township •club were special guests at the Webb Chapel church. A Japanese theme prevailed in the decorating motif with miniature Japanese umbrellas used as favors and pastel yellow branches spaced on tables with bouquets of deep red roses. Japanese lanterns and wind chimes completed the decor. Dinner was served to 75 women following a prelude of organ music by Mildred Moss, and grace by Alice Morgan. Pledge to the flags opened the session followed by the repeating of the creed. In answer to roll call members introduced their guests and read American and Japanese proverbs. Mary Kay McKaig was in charge of devotions using as her theme, Tau Phi Lambda Names Committees For June Supper Committtees were announced for a progressive supper during the final business meeting for Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle, Tuesday evening at the home of- Mrs. Patricia Baker. Members brought their wedding pictures in answer to roll call and reports were -given by Rosalie Martin preceding the penny drill. A motion was made by Sue Julian and seconded by Vivian 3ech to purchase ten books of songs of Indiana. Mrs. Kesser announced that Club N'o. 1 would entertain Club No. 2 members June 13th with Dr. "Friendship," and also read a Mashmyer being guest speaker. Tlnpm onfinrid "\TT/ Piit-nnco " ~> i , .< <• poem entitled, "My Purpose." Announcement was made that Verna Eikelberner would be delegate from the club to attend the Purdue conference following reports by the secretary and treasurer Pat Reid and Ida Meyer. The history of the song of the month was read by Charlotte Ide with the group singing the song, "Toil Me Why," and "America the Beautiful." Mildred Moss accompanied at the piano. Presentation of pins was made to tho.se completing the Hed Cross course by Mrs. Helen Blank and a poern read by Kuth Ide was "To Know All Is To Forgive AH." Following the talk on Japan by Mrs. Donna LeMay, who resided there for a number of months, announcement was made that the group would entertain 4-H girls at the park in July and the meeting closed with prayer. Mrs. Kirk Wells received the door prize. Hostesses for the event were: She also announced the conference at Purdue for June- llth through 13th and that the Demonstration chorus would sing at the conference June 12th. Chorus members are U> meet with Mrs. Grace Kesser, president, Friday, June 7*. May 26th was open house at the state hospital and Mrs. Kesser reported that she had taken a gift to the adopted patient of the club. Chosen by the club for future lessons were "pattern alteration", "designing and trimming" and "community development". The lesson on, quick and easy meals was presented by Mrs. Kes ser who stressed the time and labor saved by using master mixes and preparing vegetables ahead of lime. She also stressed keeping salad drDssing.5 made up and grouping utensils. Mrs. Kesser also read the safety lesson from information received of Sgt. D. Armond telling why the safety program is essent- Emmy Speicher, Debra Ide, Ruth ial and that traffic signs should Ide, Winona Albright, Marquise* hc obeyed as "the life you save o<:it m n' Y7..4L. TI-...I.. AI: **-_-..— mnv he unni- nvirn" Tf njfie n1en vn- Tilton, Ruth Baade, Alice Morgan and Orpha Corey. Officers Elected By CWF Division 3 Officers were elected at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of Division 3, CWF, Ninth street Christian church, at the home of Mrs. Gaynelle Campbell with nine members and one guest, Mrs. Kenneth Brady, attending. Mrs. Lillie Pruitt, president, opened the meeting with devotions, the theme being "The Li^ht We Walk In." Mrs. Bertha Wallers gave a report of-the nominating comrnillce with the following reHulls: Mrs. Pruitt, president; Mrs. Campbell, vice-president and Hludy chairman; Mra. Kenniti Wray, <;«.•rotary; Mrs. Phyllis Canfield, treasurer. Mrs. Fannie Short) was in charge of the study topic, "United Wltne»» in the Philippines," assisted by Mrs. Lois HalCH, Mrs. B«HM|C Wray, Mrs. Pruilt, Mr«. Alice Edgcrly and Mrs. Canfield. The missionary benediction was repeated and a social hour followed with refreshments being nerved by the ho.ilcuri! The nexl meeting ia a picnic on July ,'i. Personal Born lo Pvt. and Mra. TlonaW Miller al the White County Memorial hoxpilal in Monticello Wednesday The rnolh«ir , a nine-pound :jon, is the former Car' incllta DwJdf, of Monlicoll«. The fulhor who is stationed with the Marine corps at Twenty-Nine I'almn Callforma, us home on fur- BUII.DKIUS CIWVHS TO MKKT Mfcrnlx-TB of the Multifont clasn cf finm/lway Mclhwli/il church will meet Sunday al J2::KI o'clock lor a covered dish dinner In the church dininj; room. The committee will furnish rnoal, rolls and drink. The federal government main- tfllrm fivo ^aino refuge* in Arkan- KUf. June 16 "Free Gift Wrapping" be your own". It was also reported that 25,3«0 cars were, inspected during the safety program. Mrs. Keuser closed the mealing with the thought "I had no shoes and complained until I met a man who had no feet". Refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hoste.ss, Mrs, Amanda Hume, to the members, ono guest and four children. Grace Kesser received the contest prize and Mary Moore ttic door prize. Wilson Students To Be Presented Silver Honor Pins Tonight Lynne Dcnham and Bonnie Wilson will be awarded silver honor pins from Miss Dorothy Wilson of the Wilson Studio of Speech at the annual spring recital tonight ul 7:,'KJ o'clock at the Sunday school auditorium of the Baptist Temple. Lynne in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Oenhum, 2111. Eaul liroadway, and Bonnie IB the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Corwin Wilson, of Onward. They have completed the study of basic speech and m;;l the requirement!) of (.Ira- malic Interpretation for the sllvor honor award, liiilb have performed before several olubs and organizations. Asniiitlng in the program will be Mint; Elizabeth Ann I<owe who hits received hur Kilvcr award und In studying for a gold award. Threu candidates for the sliver award, Cindy Hull, Ann KiunlinK and Shelley Morris, will acl as UNhori! arid lionlUHHint. CJlhern appearing on Iho program will lie Jim liaker, Rickey Puwlen, C.'arol Wilson, Joyce I'rushour, Me- liii.'iii Morris and Dun lilom. Kriendn art- corrllally invited lo altenri. Jefferson Club 1- Plans June Events At Meet Wednesday June events were announced at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Jefferson township home demonstration club No. 1 at the home of Mrs. Ethel Girard. Mrs. Mabel Million, vice-president, opened the meeting with the collect. Mrs. Nora Spencer led the pledges, and Mrs. Rosalie Martin read the history of the song of the month with Mrs. Grace Kesser providing accompaniment for singing. Devotions were offered by Mrs. Amanda Hume who also read two poems written by Lillian Fisher. Roll call and the secretary report .was given by Mrs. Virginia Shanks and the treasurer's report by Mrs. Reta Luey. Letters were read from Mrs. Ann Wells, state manager, and Mrs. Florence Jensen, national president of Woodmen Circle. A thank-you note was read from Mrs. Ella Johnson, sorority moth- r. Members voted lo send a child from the Wheatland avenue Methodist church to camp and announcement made that the chapler will also present an American Flag to the Cub Scouts from the same church. Mrs. Delores Morgan, advisor of the Chapter, is Den mother for the Scouts. Mrs. Betty Davidson was presented with a baby gift from the group. Announcement made that the social meeting was scheduled for June 19th to be a progressive supper with the following committees; appetizer: Mrs, Betty Clayton and Mrs. Joan Decker; Salad: Mrs. Dolores Morgan, Mrs. Jo Timmons, Mrs. Ruth Lowry and Mrs. Delores Waco: Dinner Mrs. Doris Green, Mrs. Louisa Buzbee, Mrs. Ruthalene Ervin, Miss Judy Madonna, Mrs. Olive Carey, Mrs. Hutchcraft, Mrs. Kathy Nether- cult; Mrs. Loisann flatten, Mrs. Johnson,. Mrs. Virginia Calloway, Mrs. Gertrude Myers, Mrs. Agnes Papula, Mrs. Evelyn Marler, Mrs. Betty Cooley and Mrs. Elizabeth Moore; Desert: Mrs. Virgina Shanks, Miss Mary Ellen Bougher, Mrs. Belly Davidson and Mrs, Mona Bean. It was also announced that formal initiation will be held Juno 28th in Ihe Whealland avenue Mulhodisl church. Guc.id.1 attending the meeting wore Phyllis Sutlon, Mrs. Rosemary Halsema and Mrs. Leah Mies. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS MR. AND MRS. JOHN E. BECKLEY, of 911 Helm street, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Saturday at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Schmidt, route 4, city. The couple was married June 8, 1907, at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church with the Reverend Lester C. Poor officiating. The couple moved to Montana in 1910, returning to this city in 1929. Mrs. Beckley is the daughter of the late Elisa and Mary Watson, of Clymers, and her husband is the son o£ John and Emma Beckley, Royal Center. Mr. Beckley was a telegraph operator with the railroad for several years and operated the Standard filling station at 401 West Market street -until two years ago when he retired. They have four daughters, Mrs. Fred Schmidt, route 4;.Mrs. Arthur Best, 315 C street; Mrs. Robert Bannon, 915 Helm street; Mrs. D. K. McDonald, route 6, Monticello. There are six grandchildren. An anniversary supper will be served Saturday evening. - Attending besides the immediate family will be Mr, and Mrs. Robert Williamson, nephew of Mr. Beckley, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Obenchain, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Beckley, of Trenton, Mich. MARY HARRIS BECOM'ES BRIDE OF EVERETT GILLESPIE AT IDAVILLE Mary Harris and Everett Gillespie were united in marriage dur- Sorority Invites > Girl Grads To Tea Si«ma Phi Gamma will bold a teu for all 1957 girl griuJualcN of the- local high school Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock at the YWCA. The committee in uharge includes Evelyn Pclrle, chairman, Mrs. Paul Shanks, Mrs. Herman 1/rm'jr, Mrs. Hugh Skinner, Mm. Charlen Erickson and MrB, Carl ing a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Idaville Methodist church with Ihe Reverend Donald Basselt officiating. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Harris, of idavillc, and the bridegroom is tho son of Superintendent and Mrs. F. H. Gillespie, of Monticello. Miss Lydia Wright, pianist, played several selections. White gladioli and carnations provided a setting for the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father the bride appeared in a walta- leriglh gown of light blue nylon, lace and net fashioned wilh a strapless bodice edged with lace and lopped with a lace jacket featuring long tapering sleeves. The scallop tiered skirt of laee WBK lined with taffeta wilh a bouffant net underskirt. She wore a white Ihree slrand headband and curried a bouquet of pink cunialionB conlerod wilh a while orchid. Mrs. Gerald Lowrlng, of Bur- notlsvllle, matron of honor, chose a waltz-length gown of pink lace over taffeta featuring rhlnestones McWIIllarnu. Special munic will' on the front of tho off-shoulder be presented by Mrn. C«HK|UH Carr j bodice. A panel of taffeta extend- arid Mr«. Marcella Gurrutt. Georgia Reatnes Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mra. C, III, TteamcH, of Fulton, announce Ilia eriKUKcmcril of their dnughlur, Georgia Analee, lo Dun K. KtmLertlny. mn (it Mr. and Mru. LoriH EaBlerduy, i)f Fulton. Ni> wedtlln« dale ban been sol. Rolli uro K''udu»toK of tin; Fullon Hclinol. ed from Uiu wulnlllnu In buck to the hemline. She also woru a Ihreo Hlraml houdbund, und curried a cnlonol bourjuel of white curnullonH and blue cornlioweru The rnolhor (if Ihe bride wore a pink luce tlroHB with while »CC«H- norlfi.1 while the brldoKroom'H molhor sole-clod a lljjhl; blue mesh (JroKH wilh white ucconsonuK. Hoth wore cornaifOK of while ournallonn and blue cornfloworn. iIJCHi. man wa.f Jnck Mull of •Reynold)), and utthem were Won- FATHERS DAY 'Shirts • Shoes Ties * Belts • Sweaters • Socks • Slacks * Swim Suits . * Jackets These and many other items — all at special value prices for Father's Day Gift Giving. KELLER 503-505 Broadway r/ The Store for Values' dell Harris, brother of the bride, and Edwin Gillespie, brother of the bridegroom. A reception was held In tile church basement where Uic serving lable was decorated in pink, while and blue und centered with a Ihree tiered wedding cuke topped wilh a miniature bridal couple. Flanking the oake were lighted tapers. Serving were Mrs. .luck Washburn, shyler of the bridegroom, of Monlicollo, and Miss Mickey McCully, of Buffalo. The bride is a :i!)50 jjrutlualn of the ftlavllle high school, served with the WAFs and attended Oklahoma A. und M, college. She Is a bookkeeper at the N.l.P.S. company in Logansporl. Her husband was graduated from the Monllcello high school in JSMII, is a member of the National Guard and IK parts manager al. Hubbard Chevrolet and Cadillac in Monticello. Following a short wedding trip, tha couple will reside at 720 South Mupol street, Monlicello. Miriam Circle In Charge Of General WSCS Luncheon Miriam circle, Mrs. Howard Til- )ey, chairman, served the general WSCS luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the Broadway Methodist church dining room where tables were decorated with peonies, yellow lilies and mock orange blossoms. Grace was offered by Mrs. Esther Beatty. The meeting opened with the new president, Mrs. Inez Julian, offering prayer. Mrs. Raymond Gust and Mrs. James Young read the secretary and treasurer accounts, respectively. A report of Ihe past year's work was given by Ihe chairman of each circle: Mrs. Ruby Moore, Ruth CirclejMrs. Mary Swayzce, Rebecca Circle; Mrs. Betty Crist, Rachel Circle; Mrs. Georgia Olson. Esther Circle; Mrs, Howard Tilley, Miriam Circle and also Mrs. Cleo Thomas, who is in charge of the Weslcyan Service Guild. Mrs. Julian announced the assembly program at Epworth Forest for June 23rd to 28th and staled that anyone • wanting to attend could be accomodated at the church collage on Lake Webster. Mrs. Raymond Gust announced Ihc joint Bible school of the Broadway Methodist church and the Bap- list Temple to be held at the Baptist Temple June 17lh Ihrough 21st and Mrs. Jane Young gave Ihe budget for the coming year and receipts for the past year. Mrs. Agnes McAtec, reliring president, gave a short talk ami accepted a gift presented to her by the new president, Mrs. Juliun. Tlie> meeting was then turned over to the program chairman, Mrs. Dorothy Ballinger, who distributed Hie pledge cards. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Marion Thomas aflcr which Ihe group sang, "I Am Thine, 0 Lord" accompanied al Ihe piano by Mrs. McAlee. Mrs. Ballinger conducted n pledge service assisted by Mrs. Hazel Keener, Mrs. Ohloe Wilkinson, Mrs. Mamie Cnnfiold, Mrs. Jane Young, Mrs. Effie Tucker, Mrs. A(.;nes Spahr, nnd Mrs. Ksllier Beatty. Mrs, Keener concluded wilh prayer as she laid her pledge card at the worship center which was draped in while with an open Bible, lighted tapurs and a vaso of yellow roses beneath tho picture of Clirist. Mrs, Keener led, wilh the other members following in placing their e carrl.s at tiia worship center. "Open My Eyes, That I May See" followed with prayer by Mrs. Cloo Thomas concluded the iliecl- Thursday Evening, June 8, 1957. JULY BRIDE-ELECT ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, of 2427 North street, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sheila, to Edward Costcllo, son of Mrs, Goldie Costello, 129 East Market street. The ceremony will take place July 8 at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Peterson and her fiance are local high school graduates, she in 1957 and he in 1956. He is employed as assistant manager of Schiff's Shoe Store. SOCIAL CALENDAR Medical Assistants Hold Supper Meeting Medical Assistants of Cass-Carroll counties met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Rutfi Howell in Delphi for a carry-in supper ! with 24 members attending. I Spring flowers decorated the en- i'.ertaining rooms. Fruit punch was •served prior to the dinner. Following the dinner Dr. T. Neall Pelrie, president of the Carroll County Medical society, addressed (lie group. During the business meeting, Mrs. Evelyn Wolf reported on tho 1st state convention hold May 24 and 25 at the Marrot Hotel in In. dianapolis. Charters were presented Evansville, Richmond, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Shelbyville and the Cass-Carroll groups. The decorations both for the evening ' and breakfast on Sunday were dona by the Indianapolis group. The Indiana Slate Medical Assn. was represented by Mr. Albert Stump, legal advisor, Joseph A. WagRcner, Executive Secretary, and Dr. Elton R. Clark, president, who srx*» to the group briefly. Those elected lo stale office \ver» as follows: president, Betlyc Fisl.- er, president clecl, Joann. Woods, treasurer, Margaret Logsdon, secretary, Marie Theobold. Evelyn Sommers and Ruth How-oil of Ilia Cass-Carroll group were elected to the board of directors. The July meeting will be held in Flora with Betty Kilcr and Mar- Ilia Hanaway as hostesses. THURSDAY 7:30 p.m.—Past Presidents Parley, American Legion Auxiliary, Unit (>0, Mrs. Jack Haymaker. 8 p. m.—Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of While Shrine of Jerusalem, 100F hall, 8 p.m.—Sunbeam Council, Degree of Pocohonlas, D. of A. club rooms. 8 p. m.—Women's Service Guild, West Broadway Presbyterian church, Mrs. Grace Kesier. FRIDAY J2:3fl p.m.—Golden Age club YWCA. The 1056 flax seed crop of more lliun 30 million bushels was the largest ever produced in the stale. Luncheon Served To Broadway WSCS The WSCS of the Broadway Methodist church was served a luncheon by the Miriam circle Wednesday afternoon at Ilia church.. Mrs. Morris McAlce, retiring I president, was presented a bouquet, of yc'.low roses and a book of poems, "Le;ives of (Sold," by the new president, Mrs. John Julian, Kepori.s- of the past year worn given by each circle .president. The pledge program was conducted by Mrs. Dorothy HalliiiRer. pro- Xi'am chairman. The next meeting will lie in September. Jones-Smith Vows To Be Read June 8 Mr. und Mr.s. Ruben Jones, <l(lll Shult/ street, announce Uio 011- Kugomon.1. nnd forlhcornlnK nrai-- rlutfe of their dnuKhler, Uuda May, to Domild L, SrriKh, son of IVlV. and Mrs. Jurr.cH U SmIUi, of 207 South Third sl.roel. The couple will bo married Snt- unlny cvorilriK ,011 the bridc-iflfiet'.i 'birthday ut'tho limno of Jior parents. 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