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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 10, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana,' Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Clay township HD club will meet Thursday noon for a 'carry-in dinner and 50-cent gift exchange at the home of Mrs. Narcia Valdez. Turkey, dressing, rolls, butter, coffee and ice cream will be furnish- ei Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. — &— Jefferson township HD club No. 2 will meet Thursday noon at the Royal Center Methodist church. —•&— Third Mothers study club will convene Thursday evening at 8 ing. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange-. Refreshments will be served, und a good attendance is desired. Officers may wear street dresses. -fr- The Missionary Study class of the Main street Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Viola White- Sigma Phi Gamma Wraps Gifts For Children's Party A Christmas party was s.taged at the YWCA Monday evening by man, 826 Ninteenth street. Wed- tne Sigma Phi Gamma sorority nesclay evening at 7:30 o'clock, where tables were arranged in a The December meeting of the Burnettsville Women's Christian o'clock at the home of Barbara-Temperance Union was-held at the Cooper, route •member. 1 ; are at asked which time to bring a handmade or purchased gift, not to exceed SI, for exchange. Roll call will be answered with "the gift I want most." —~fc~~ Pottawattomie HD club will meet home of Mrs. Beulah MoLeland recently. "Highway of Preparation, Expectation, and Protection" was the topic. Rachel Lancles, Mary Rogers and Beulah- McLeland gave a playlet Thursdav evening at the home of titled, "Keeping Christ -in Chirst- Wanda "Martin "for a Christmas ™s "Duped by a Paras, e was meeting. There will be a $1.50 gift!"* t°P'C °f ^ study book cnap-j' 11 ?,; U shape and decorated with greenery, snow and vari-colored balls. Centering the main table was a punch bowl featuring "floating candles" ar.d each table was centered with a small b'owl with a floating candle in each. Places .were marked with personalized Christmas balls. Lynn Denham presented two appropriate readings after which Mrs. Cassius Carr accompanied the group at the piano for carpi-sing- exchange fleers. installation of -•rV- The Daughters of Isabella will nold their annual Christmas dinner party tonight at 6:30- o'clock at the K" of C. hall. Meat-, gravy, dressing, rolls, butter and coffee •will be furnished by the circles. Members are a?ked to bring table service. There will be a gift exchange. Mrs. Helene Plat! and Mrs. Josephine Corso's circles are by Rachel Landes. This i was a sermon by Rev. Lloyd J. Datilquist, Presbyterian Church, Roekfield, Ind. A short business session was held. Dismissal prayer was given by Mrs. Helon Rogers. Mesdames Helen Rogers, Rachel Landes, Beulah McLeland, Mala Kauffmar. and son Russell attended the afternoon session o" a one- day institute on "Alcoholism and the use of Alcohol" held at the in charge. —fr- Cass county chapter, American War Mothers, will meet with Mrs. Minnie Gibson, 2015 High street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Memebers are asked to bring a 50-cent gift. -#The regular meeting of the Mothers of World War 2, Unit 131, Onward, will be held at the home of Mrs. Ida Bechdol Thursday noon with a covered dish dinner and 50-cent gift exchange. Members are asked to bring* a food dtem for a needy family. Members are asked to note the change of date. —fr- Amaranth Court No. 4 will meet Thursday evening at 1 8 o'clock at Grace KUB Church, Lafayette, Dec. 2. The Indiana State Police demonstrated the use of the Drunkome- ter and talked on "Traffic Safety and the use of Alcohol." "Health and the use of Alcohol" wai; given by James W. MeFad- den, Pathologist, county Medical Society. Asst. Dean Wm. Stielstra of Purdue talked on "Drinking among College Students." A representative of one of the High Schools talked on "Education in the effects of Alcohol." —•sir- Fourth Mothers study club will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jack Regan, l<llfi North street. Members are asked to note the change of meet- the IOOF hall for a stated meet- ing place. Charlotte Rose, Robert E. Shine To Wed December 20 Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Rose, Miss Pasquale In Handel's Messiah Miss Patricia Pasquale, freshman at Holy Cross Central School of Nuraing. South Bend, partici- route 3, city, announce the engage- [pated in the presentation of Han- mer.t and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Charlotte Ann, to Sp. 3 Robert E. Shine, son of Mrs. Irma Shine, 114 Ninth street, city. The couple will be married December 20 at the Grace Bible church, 511 Twelfth street. Miss Rose is a graduate of the Tipton township hj|;h school with del's Messiah Monday evening at O'Laughlin auditorium. Miss Pasquale is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Pasquale, 1815 Woodlawn, and was graduated from the Logansport hig' "Twas the Night Before Christmas," a game, was enjoyed with DELTA 'KAPPA GAMMA FEATURES "HOME THOUGHTS FROM ABROAD" "Home Thoughts From Abroad" was the theme of the program presented Saturday at the Ben Hur by Theta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, international honor society for women teachers. Highlighting the program was "A Trip to Europe" by Miss Lois Rliinesperger, who was a teacher of home economics in .the Logansport high school for three years, Betty Jean Davis, David Wall Marry Delta Theta Chi Pledges One At Yuletide Party The home of Mary Morton was the scene Monday evening of the I annual Christmas party for mem- Miss Betty Jean Davis and David bars of Kappa chapter, Delta Theta E. Wai:., B.T.F.N., were united in marriage on Sunday, December 1, at GreeMisburg. Justice of the Peace James L. Shannon of Greensburg officiated at the double ring ceremony. The and jil present js doing' work on couple was attended by Mrs Gwendolyn Parsons, of Chicago, the Purdue campus. Miss Rhinesperger showed colored slides taken on her recent I rip abroad and told of plaqes seen. Some of the places illustrated in Her talk were:France, ihe Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Fountains in the .gardens at Versailles; beach at Nice, Leaning Tower of Pisa, and covered bridge Mrs. Leo Weaver winning the prize.' at Florence. Italy—Rome the ruins of Pompeii, Basilica Julia, Coli- Mrs. Richard Layman won the door prize. In place of 'a gift exchange, members wrapped gifts for the Mentally Retarded Children's party Saturday. Mrs. Herman Loner, president, announced that reservations for the province convention at Kokomo January 25 and 26 should be made by January 6. The committee in charge included Mrs. Junior Garrett, chairman, Mrs. Carr; Mrs. John Rice, Shirley Roller and Evelyn Petrie. Mrs. Emma McGriff To Mark Birthday Mrs. Emma McGriff will observe her 87th birthday Thursday at her home, 1224 North Tihrd street. She has a daughter, Mrs. Martin Donnelly, with whom she resides, and a son, Charles, of Fort Wayne. She also has a great granddaughter, Linda Donnelly, of Peru. Mrs. McGriff has lived all of her sister'of the bride. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Craft of Chi sorority. Velma Herd, state president, assisted by Mrs. Jean Kile, conducted a formal pledge service for Sal ly Rader, "littie sister" of Lee Da- V1 The ceremony was conducted before the fireplace decorated with two large candles, greenery and colored balls. Golden sunburst mobiles were extended from the chan- Tuesday Evening, December 10, MST. Associate Chapter Of Tri Kappa Votes Purchase For School The Associate chapter of Tri Kap , pa sorority convened recently .at of ^ Irs - William Redding. "MY SQUARE LADY" The LWV players production "My Square Lady" was'presented to the Logansport League of Women Voters recently at tlie home th<? home of Mrs. Allen Nelson with Mrs. Henry -Wolf and Mrs. Harry Eisenbise as co-hostesses. A luncheon was served after which a business meeting was conducted, and a committee report was iieard from C. L. Sharp, su- pnrinter.dent of schools, on the spe- Foatured in the cast were Mrs. Arthur Woods, Mrs. Ward Walts, Mrs. Dolphus Nelson and Mrs. Redding. Direction by Mrs. R. L. Glendcnins. Written by the Gary League, "My .Square Lady" is an orientation skit with musical comedy overtones. cial needs of the schools. The chapter voted to buy an j League president Mrs. M. K. ^no. who presided al the brief opaque projector for classroom u sc,! business moling, announced (hat wi!h the proceeds from the Octo-! 1 , 1 * next Mudy session would be lv?r bridge party at the home of Mr?. Walter Foskett. The projector cosl S412.00. , Members also voted to sponsor aisj , 15. scum, Saint Peter's Cathedral, and at Venice, Saint Mark's Cathedral. Germany—Black forests, Heidelberg, Rhine .River, Cologne Cathedral Holland—The Hague, many bi- cyi-le riders, and old customs. Eng- 'anil—The bus system in London, Tower of London, and Stratford. The speaker was introduced by the program chairman, Alma Wirick. Sixty members and two transfer members, Miss Irene Gray, from Sigma chapter, East Chicago, and M> s , Ona Shindler, of Delta chapter, North Carolina., and two giicsts, Dr. Bernadine Johnson of Purdue and the speaker, were present for the luncheon and presentation of the visit abroad. The meeting opened with a registration period when each person w.as presented a card with a Christmas greeting in a foreign language. The rooms were enhanced witti Suspended Greensburg and Mr and Mrs.'Ed- dr-liers, and the stairway was trim- win Wall of Winamac are parents I ™cd with red and while paper, giv- rig a candy cane effect. Cedar boughs also were arranged around the bannister, and at the bottom of the stairs wa.s. a large bjihted taper tied with a red bow and surrounded with evergreen. Christmas dessert salad and coffee were served by the hostess as of the bridegroom. The bride attended Greensburg high school and is employed in Winamac. The bridegroom attended Winamac high and school and is serving with the Navy aboard the U.S.S. Daniel A. Joy at Chicago, 111. He has nineteen months more service. Mr. and Mrs. Wall will live at Winamac until January, when they will move to Chicago. life in Cass - county and was born, m decorations . :n 1870. Her husband died 18 years j? rom f he ceiH were ago. Social Calendar Tuesday 6 p.m.—Honorary Third Mothers study club, Mrs. Mae Porter. 6:30 p.m.—Diana Temple No. 30, Pythian Sisters, K. of P. hall. 7 p.m.—Wide Awake class, Metea Baptist church, at church. 7:30 p.m.—-Emera club, Nell Bradfield. Five Local Nurses Attend Conference Five local nurses atlended two-day conference at the Larue D. Carter Memorial hospital, dianapolis, December 5 and 6 more than 150 public health, school and hospital staff nurses attend-|S ing. ; y Sponsored jointly by the hospital Jhis Christmas Give the Gift of "His" Choice •Mildred Been, seated in front of a "d the Indiana Division of Menthe fireplace, told a Christmas j lal Health,^ the meeting was de- story, "Holly and Ivy." Christmas carols were sung after which "Santa Claus" distributed secret' sister gifts from a red chimney topped with snow. Later, Christmas punch with lighted candles floating in it was served from a crystal bowl sur- voted to discussions of ihe emotionally disturbed and mentally retarded. The group heard Doctor I. II. Weiland .;'rom Philadelphia, Penn- : S sylvania and Doctor James Simmons from Louisville, Kentucky, speak on child psychiatric prob- rounded by greenery and balls. |!ems and what local communities The next meeting is January 13 -— °- -'-—' "'--•-with Mrs. Kile. WAR MOTHERS, UNIT 18 Mothers of World War II, Unit 18, met in regular session Fri- 7:45 p.m.—Exchangettes, Mrs. Mel (jay evening at Memorial Home Chapman. 8 p.m.—Delta Chi Sigma, YWCA. 8 p.m.—VFW Auxiliary, post home. Wednesday 11 a.m.—Bethlehem township HD club. Twelve Mile community building. Noon—C r u s a-d e r s class, Ninth HEMATITE RING ... $20 SC In Black Sf Only .. can do about them. Local nurses of the slate hospital attending the meeting were: Lauretta McDowell, Emma Pierco, Mary Coughell, Mojeska Hollowoll, i and W. C. Schuridl. | At- DIVISION 1, CWF Division I, CWF of the Ninth street Christian church met with Mrs. William Kiesling, 1229 High street, Thursday. Mrs. Fairy Emmons opened the meeting with prayer prior,to roll call answered with a Bible verse pertaining to Christmas. During the business meeting announcement was made that the and his reindeer. A Christmas tree stood at one end of the room and numerous lighted Christmas tapers surrounded the ceiling. Luncheon was served at noon from white linen covered tables wilh decorations representing "Christmas in Many Lands." Pine twigs were used down the center of '.he tables wi'-h holiday motifs »f different countries inserted at intervals. Countries represented Christian church, dining 1 ceived from the United Fund for mince meat made at the church!-, had been sold and that the division was to make cookies for the cheer plates to be school where she played in school band and orchestra. r ' brought to the church by Decem- tn "oer 20th. Miss Pasquale plays the French horn in the Notre Dame-St. Mary's Her fiance, a 1952 graduate of the Winamac high school, is stationed with the 47th Medical Detachment in Illesheim, Germany. The couple will return to Germany where they will reside until May, 1956. PHILATHEA B CLASS The Philathea 13 class of the its first appearance this year in the Messiah. JUNIOR GTRLS UNIT The Junior Girls Unit to the VFW Ladies Auxiliary met in regular session recently with the president, Betty Webster, charge. The meeting opened with the posting of the colors by Donna Mrs. Emmons read a comedy menu and devotions by Mrs. Nola Dritt were on "We Are the Family of God". Mrs. Walter Barr read the led- gent of "The Black Madonna" and the club repeated the CWF prayer in closing. The hostess held a Christmas party featuring the exchange of were America, Holland, Belgium, 'orway, Balkan ' countries. Germany, Francej England ar.d Italy. Miss Amelia Hartz, chairman of the social committee, assisted by Mrs. Flora Bellfi Levy, Mrs. Gersldine Runyan and Miss Eileen Kimener prepared and. arranged the decorations. During the morning session an executive board meeting was held. The president, Miss Sinks, opened the business seiision by giving a brief talk on "Christinas on a Dark Day." The secretary's report was read by Miss Lois Metz- street room. Noon—St. Veronica study club, Mrs. Anna Grusenmeyer. Noon—Concord Presbyterian Mis- sior.ary society, Mrs. Jean McCrea. Noon—Royal Neighbors, Mrs. Julia Munson. Noon—World Friendship Social circle, West Broadway Presbyterian church. 12:30 p.m.—20th Century class, | veterans family. with Elsie Bushing, president, in charge. Eighty-five veterans were present at the party at the state hospital given Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments of pie and cookies were served. A certificate of honor was re- Read the Classified Ads FERNBAUGH'S JEWELRY STORE "Your Credit U Good" 416 E. Broadway donations to the fund. Two gifts will be purchased for two forgotten veterans at the Stale hospital and gifts will be purchased for a veterans children. The annual Christmas party will be held December 20th at 6 p.m. Members are to take a covered dish and table service. Instead of a gift exchange, members are |asked to take canned goods for a Broadway Methodist church, dining room. 1:30 p.m.—Anna Guard class, Amelia Wirth. 1:30 p.m.— Women's Association, Calvary church, at church. 15 BELOW ZERO NEW YORK (UP) — The reported high temperature in the nation Monday was 88 at Thermal, Calif. The low early today was 1-5 below zero at Fraser, Colo. The Poinsettia sale was held De cember 7th with Hi-Tri girls associating members of Unit 18. Selling gifts and the serving of refresh-| ger an d the treasurer, Mrs. Jean '. ments to the twelve members at-' | tending. Baot'sl Temple met Wednesday Myers, Pam Webster and Connie - TT..PC T»1nJ**n if. l-lin f\nrt /1H.J nTi^trnn evening, December 4th, for the annual Christmas party at the church parlors. Dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. from long tables decorated with -green tapers entwined wKh Christmas decorations. The centerpiece was a dish of frosted fruit flanked with tall tapers. Prayer was offered by Mrs. M. L. Robinson. The business meeting was conducted with officers elected being: Mrs. Lillian Whitehouse, president; Mrs. Bess Winemiller, vice-president; Mrs. Clint Mills, secretary- treasurer with Mrs. Emma Smith being named Sunday School teacher and Mrs. M. L. Robinson' assistant. The Christmas story was told by Mrs. Robinson. Miss Lena Med- bourn as Santa Claus, distributed popcorn balls and candy. Gifts were exchanged and carols sung. A Christmas basiket was voted on for a worthy ' member and the meeting closed 'with the repeating of the Lord's prayer. Hostesses were Miss Lena Medbourne, Mrs. Catherine Miller, Mrs. H. Lutes. Mrs. Dell Green and Mrs. L. R. Allison. GRACE LUTHERAN AID The 39th annual Christmas parry was i-icld at the home of Mrs.. Edwin Ruschfofski F.-ir/iy afternoon by the Grace Lutheran aid society. Gifts were exchanged around the lighted Christinas tree after •which a luncheon was served by the hostess. Huff. Pledge to the flag and prayer was given by the chaplain, Gwendolyn Weimer. Officers pro-tern, were Mary Griffith as historian afld Patty Selvio as first vice-president. > Minutes were read by Sharon Weimer, secretary,, who also read a thank-you note from Mrs. Leah Barnes, department chainnan of the State Soldiers Home, Lafayette, for the twenty-one bed jackets, six gowns and a house coat which the unit had purchased for their adopted lady and other patients. The flower chairman, Bette Corcoran reported Edith Moore being ill. Robyn Myers, president of the Ladies Auxiliary, installed Lela Bc-ughtan as guard. The Unit will give $5 to each of the five veteran hospitals for Christmas and the Unit will have a Christmas exchange at the next meeting. The gift will be $1 for older girls and fifty-cents for the younger group. Mothers are invited to attend their next meeting. On (he refreshment committee will be Mrs. David Hizar, Mrs. Charles Pearson, Mrs. James Farrer, Mrs. Ova Huff and Mrs. Laurence Boughton. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mary Jane Davis and Pamela Webster. The treasurer's report was given by Donna Spurgeon and the meeting closed with a prayer and the retiring of colors to reopen on Monday evening, December 16th, at 7 p.m. in the Post Home. Fuaitive Eludes FBI At Peru, Caught Later PERU — A Peru resident's husband, allegedly AWOL from the Air Force and charged with a North Carolina tank robbery of S3.000, eluded police and FB-I men here Sunday but was caught last night in Hamilton, Ohio. Peru police and seven FBI men had a dragnet out for Jimmy Bennett Sunday. They had the residence of his wife, 262 Columbia, staked out for 24 hours. They found out that Bennett phoned his wife early Monday from a local motel but Bennett had disappeared when they got to the mofel. HIKE SCIENTISTS' PAY WASHINGTON (UP) — The gov- Ensfield, gave her report. Miss Gertrude Fink, psblicity chairman, will have an article in the next "Nevsette," publication of Delta Kapps. Gamma Society. Tile report -on scholarship was made by Miss Gertrude Johnson. V was announced that Theta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma is giving $10 to Korean teachers. An account of the recruitment meeting held at .Logansport was given ty Miss Mary Healey. Local members present were: Alma Wirick, Thelma Sines, Abigail Thompson, Sara Webster, Margaret Newby, Geraldine Runyan, Beulah Pullen, Amelia Hartz, Agda Rafter, Nell Hur.nicutt, Mary Healey, Doro- nice Hirst, Flora Belle Levy, Gertrude Johnson, Eileen Kimener, Helen Beatty, Jean Erisfield Elizabeth Blizard, Sue Blasi'ngham Mabel Briggs, Gladys Buchanan Wednesday - Thursday GIFT SPECIALS poinsettias' were Jennie Renken-|g berger, Louise Hardin, Helen Bar-ijj nett. Elizabeth Harnasch, Elsie jp Bushing, Florence Gangloff, Jessie'>J Lebo, Hazel Campbell, Mabel Guy.' Proceeds from the sale will be spent in veteran hospitals, Logansport state hospital and on needy veterans and their families. 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