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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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Bbt Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY A group of Washington township women recently completed a Red Cross Home Nursing course .in the home of Mrs. Leona Gremel- spacher. At the last meeting a rose bowl was presented the instructor and Miss Kay JRoyer presented pins to the following women: Mesdames Lottie Mayhill, Ethel Miller, Ruby Raikes, Lucille Stephenson, Isabelle Roberson, Winifred Wilson, Triva Leffert, Ruby DeHaven and Zelma Long. —£The Past Matrons and Past Patrons of the Fidelity Chapter of Mason Lodge rrxi in the Masons dicing room for a dinner meeting recently with 25 members present. The two guests attending thc meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Minnick. The business session was held with the president, Mrs. Minnie Wade in charge. Euchre was played with prizes going to Mrs. Blanche Fergus, Edith Leig, Clarence Newer and Earl Newcomb. . On the entertaining Six Market Street Circles Convene In Separate Sessions Final meetings were conducted by the six Women's Circles of the Market street Methodist church Wednesday when individual meetings were held by the groups. Deborah Circle The Deborah Circle met at the home of Mrs. R. J. Palmer, 1809 Smead Street, . with Mrs. Harry Witlings as co-hostess. Devotions were given by Miss Mary Beck with the lesson given by Mrs. Jean McNaught. Following the lesson, Mrs. McNaught conducted a pledge service with other members participating. During the business session, members agreed to furnish cakes for the birthday parties at the Cass County Infirmary. After the meeting, the ladies played "Fifty." Later refreshments were served to the eighteen ladies present, including two guests Mrs. Marcella Garrett and Mrs. Phoebe Armes, Hope Circle. Hope Circle met at the home of Mrs. Wm. Tucker, 2802 Pennsylvania Avenue, with Mrs. Leota lllc , „ ., committes Crispen as co-hostess. Mrs. T Mr and Mrs. Homer EUers,! Kindig gave devotions followed by a discussion of Goal Four-recruitment for deaconess and missionary service. During the business session, samples were displayed in preparation for the annual Xmas card sale. Mrs. Chester Boatman gave a report on Officers' Training Day held at Kokomo. Later the ladies enjoyed a social hour with refreshments served to the fourteen Mr. and Mrs. Parker Beal, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pontius, Mrs. Bertha Bailey. Nell Bradfield and Mary Bradfield. The next meeting will be a picnic in July. Adult Bible classes of the Wesleyan Methodist church met at Dykeman Park Tuesday evening for a carry-in supper. Kev. and Mrs. Carl Riden were guests. Jewel Rebekah lodge 541 will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the IOOF hall. Honorary members of the Second Mothers study club will go to the Honeywell Memorial at Wabash for an 11 o'clock brunch Monday morning. Twelve Mile chapter 557, OES, •will hold a stated meeting Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Mothers of World War 2, Unit 18, will meet at Memorial home tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Hoagland,"chief of Special services of Fort Bayard, New Mexico, spoke on the needs of the veterans hospitals at the June meeting of the Walton War Mothers held at the Library. Other special guests were Mrs. Lucinda Julian, District president; Mrs. Ida Bechdol, of the Onward Unit, and Mrs. Asa Garret of the Deer Creek Unit. Mrs. Stella Kinncy, Mrs. Mary Rhodes and Mrs. Pearl Plank, members who are ill, were remembered with cards and gilts. Mrs. Alice Deniston was named a delegate and Mrs. Eldora Cr.umnty, alternate, Ui the National Convention to be held in Columbus, Ohio, June 24th through 27th. Plans were completed for thc district meeting to be held June 13th, ladies present. Broadway WSWS Stresses Value Of Youth Fellowship The value of youth fellowship was stressed in the lesson at the Wednesday afternoon meeting o£ the WSWS of the Broadway EUB church at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Bauch, 1830 George street. Mrs. Blanche Huffman, leader, presented the lesson on serving the church through the boys and girls of the youth fellowship. The first part of the Scripture was read by Mrs. Dorothy Lowe, and Mrs. Barnett read a poem. Mrs. Lowe then gave the second part of Scripture and Mrs. Gladys Wilson offered a youth prayer. A talk was given by the leader on, "The Child and the Home," concerning responsibilities and adjustments involved. A playlet was given portraying a committee meeting preceding a W.S.W.S. meeting with Mrs., Blanche Huffman serving as mod-' crator. Participating were Mrs. Ethel Hahn, first speaker; Mrs. Effie McMillen, second speaker- Mrs. Betty ElSars, secretary of Children's work and Mrs. Lillian McClintock, secretary of Youth Fellowship. Mrs. Bonnie Nicoles, a representative of the Sunday School Department, spoke of the work done in the classes and by the teachers DELPHI GIRL BRIDE AUGUST 25 PrlselllEi Circle Priscilla Circle met in tnei church parlors with Mrs. Royce Rose and Mrs. Ray Hunter as hostesses. Devotions and program were given by Mrs. William Huff on the theme, "Christ and Myself" with discussion following. During the business session, Mi's. Royce Rose, chairman, led,the group in an evaluation of last year's program. Mrs. Dortha Insley and Mrs. Jack Delong agreed to serve as chairmen of the card sales project. Later the ladies enjoyed a social hour with two Bible qui/. contests won by Mrs. Richard D en ladies were served ments at a table decorated with candles and summer flowers. Charity Circle Charity Circle met at the home of Mrs. Roy Cox, ir>oi E. Broadway, with two guests, Mrs. Irvin and Mrs, Cree, among those present. Mrs. W. E. Smith, chairman, and also different ways of educating children was given by Mrs the i Blanche Miller. Mrs. Maudie Priesthotf told of (he various ways of educating youth. A prayer for children of the church was offered by Mrs. Pearl Fife and a prayer for the youth given by Mrs, Myrtle Mullendore. A hymn, "Speak to Me, Lord," was read by the leader, Mrs, Huffman, who also offered the closing prayer for the lesson part of the meeting, The business session was con- New Member Attends Division .4 Meeting A new member, Mrs. Harry Heppe, was introduced at the Wednesday meeting of Division 4, CWF, Ninth street Christian j church, at the home of Mrs, Marjorie Watson, 2600 Stadium Drive, with 13 members and guests at- Rodkey Studio, Delphi. AUGUST BRIDE-ELECT—Mr. and Mrs. .John E. Snoobergcr, of route 2, Delphi, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda, to Ted Williams, son of Mr, and Mrs. RusscJl Williams, of Delphi. ' The wedding will take place Sunday, August 25, nt the Rockfiokl Friday Evening. June 7, 1957. Medaryville Couple To Celebrate 60th Ann.iversary Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Smith, of Medaryville, will celebrate their GOth wedding anniversary Sunday with a family dinner at the Jasper- Pulaski game preserve. The couple was married June 12, 1897, in Jasper county. They were engaged in farming ten miles north of Rensselaer until a few years ago when they moved to Medaryville. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have four daughters, a son. 19 grandchildren. 29 great-grandchildren and soon . „• . will have a great-great-grandchild. a ™ nuul Their daughters are Mrs. Edna Pollock, Culver; Mrs. Marie Bal- OES Chapter Holds Memorial Service An impressive memorial service was conducted following the business meeting of Fidelity chapter No. 58. OES. Tuesday evening at (he Masonic Temple with Clara Minnick, worthy matron, presiding. Helen Banett, secretary, read her report, after which the scrvico was held in Memorium of Cora Whitmeycr. Clara Price, Bernica Corkey, Tillie Snyder. Charles Me- Call, Claud Jacoby. Maud Slii!lin«. Ella Smyser, Jessie Tidrick. Pearl Settles, Earl Hamilton, Edna Stark tending lard ' Medar yville; Mrs - Georgia „ „. , , . . Johnson, Rensselaer, and Mrs. Grace Wickersham, yice-presi- Rub Schu;i Medaryvin0i and thc dent, conducted the session in thej son is Ernest T _ Smit , Monon absence of the president, Mrs.j Mrs _ Smith foi . racrly was Ja ,. al . Izelta Thomas. Mrs. Smyser took da j Long ., nd was bon , in Bark . the reading report for the month; • • • Mrs. Carl Crispen read the secretary's report; and Mrs. Pearl Miller, the treasurer's account. Mrs. Wickersliam reported on Ihe mother-daughter banquet held in the church May 15Ui and on the love gift offering that was turned into the general guild. She also announced June 17th Williamson. The worthy matron, five star points, Joy Byers. Beulah Piercy, Regina Redding, Marie Huron and Alice Long took part in the service. Names were read by the secretary, and prayer offered by (ho chaplain, Margaret Smith. A report was given on grand chapter session of the Indiana Mina Brown, Hammond; and Mr Grace Hibbs, Mcdaryville. Mr. Smith was born in Newton county in 187") to John and Emma (Pence) Smith. He has a brother David Smith, FranecsviUe, and as the date for the annual Cpngre-i|h,. ee sisters, Mrs, Elizabeth gational meeting at which time a covered dish supper and election of officers will be featured. June 27th was set as the date for installation of CWF officers of the church and June 12th for the Father and Son banquet to be held at the church with the CWF to servo the meal. The July 2nd meeting will be a versary Saturday picnic dinner at 12 o'clock on the lawn of the Wiekersham residence, Route 5. Members are asked take a covered dish and table service. Devotions were given by Mrs. TIattie SchwarLzwalrier on "The Light We Walk In" and the lesson, | of age. "United Witness in the Philippines" wa.s given by Mrs. Pearl Miller. Mrs. Wiekersham also read n letter from Dr. John Ross, a mis- Brown, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Emma Kennemcr, Los Angeles, and Mrs. Nora Lund, Galcsburg, III. Arthur Koons, Wife Married 55 Years Arthur J. and Tvie Koons will celebrate _lhcir SSlli wedding aiini- an open house from 2 to 5 o'clock in the club banquet: kitchen chairman, Minnie Wade wi'.h Florence Bick- cll, Betty Kllars, and Helen Barnet! ; Dining room chairman, Mary Dillman with Alice Long. Joy liy- ers. Iris Harry, Klr/nbeth Musselman, Goldie 13utz, and Regina Redding. Thanks was expressed to the following members of Fidelity Drill Team who served thu banquet tlu night of inspection: Drill team—Edna Watson, Frances Reese, Garnet Beck. Elhyl Miller. Boss Summers, Marie HL'L'S. er, Dorothy Shaver, Bertha McMil. afternoon at their home 820 Gar- lcl1 - Paulino llonsell, Carol Fii'd ficld avenue, ' iler, Paulino Basslor, F.slher Slag' Mr. Koons, who is 7S years old, •)? :ir!hi . 1 . Marrow, Welly Any ducted by the president, Mrs Wi- Presbyterian church with the Reverend E. E. Culeman officiating. nona Barnett, during'which 'time' Miss Snocbcrgcr is a 1956 graduate of thc Delphi.high school and ^"'pulf lllc secretary of Christian Social is employed in the Serials Unit of the Purdue University library. Her refresh-^Delations, Mrs. Fife, gave an fiance, also a 1B5B graduate of the Delphi high school, is a student at Inrl willi ;irlicl ' ! °" "Christian Homes and Purdue. [Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Isionary in the Belgian Congo, and the meeting closed with benediction. Contest prizes went to Mrs. Vcra Carew, Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Pearl Kinzer. Refreshments were served. Assistant secretary of the Missionary Education, Mrs. Lollii Kai.'ey, spoke on the various books of the group and announcement wa.s made of the Missionary convention to be held at Oakwood parki Monday,. Juno 10th, through Lillian Crockett Hosts Division 5 Bouquets of peonies and roses deeoraled the entertaining rooms opened the meeting with prayer, i Wednesday, Juno J2th. when Mrs. Lillian Crockett, 414 1 yoarSi Fete Two Couples At Anniversary Party Mr. and Mrs. William Eiknl- borner, married 21 years, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eikelberner, wed 20 Mrs. Chumney served refresh-1 devotions followed by i ment s to the twelve members and » c the goal of mis«ionary present. A, L. A. to 'B. of H.T. Mtepah lodge No. 26, Ladie.1 Auxiliary to thc Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, convened Monday evening at the IOOF hall for a regular meeting with Mrs, Bcu- lah St-ward presiding. Following the business session «uchro was played with pri/.es being won by: Mrs. Helen Shuitx, Mrs. Stella Hicks, and Mrs. Mar- gurfct Ncal won thc door pri/.e. Boone HD Club To Fete Vets Tonight Boone township home demonstration club will entertain veterans at the Marion hospital, ward 1C, to- Jiitfht. Refreshments of punch and cup cakea will be served by the club. Members nllhnding are Florence Masters, Lola Jfollis, Sue Bridge, Mary Berkshire;, Hazel Stark, Florence Fultz, Sue flrown, Annnbellti Schmaltz, Opiil Mlnthorn, Ellen Small and Wilma Morphet. Rod Cross volunteers attending are I'eg Kant/er, Kate Glffin, Boots liadkc, Lib Smith and Betty Dwis- born. followed by devotions given by Mrs. Wm. Jones. Later Mrs. Jones led the members in a pledge service. During thc business session, the group discussed and evaluated thy. program of the year just completed. Following dismissal with the Prayer Calendar, those present enjoyod a social hour with refreshments served to sixteen ladies. . Fulth Circle Faith Circle met al the home of Mrs. Carl Hemlryx, UK 1, with Mrs. Gerald Haver, chairman, presiding. Mrs. Frank Lufcy gave a discussion recruitment led by Mrs. Lelah Ulorich. During the business session members participated in an evaluation of the past year's work, Mrs. Raver led members i.'i the pledge service. After the meeting the ladies enjoyed a social hour with refreshments served to fourteen ladius. Mable liar tic Mable Hartlu Circle met in the church parlors with Misses Shirley Hathaway and Janet Jones as hostesses. Devotions Were given liy Mrs. Don Hathaway. T h e pledge service followed with tin; following taking part: Mrs. Ray Hilchena, Mrs. William Rynerson, Mrs. James Gwin, Mrs. Charles Siddall. During the business session, plans were made for the June birthday party al the Cuss County Infirmary on Juno 11. Thc group also planned u family picnic for their August mouting. Later there was a social hour with refreshments served to sixteen ladies, including two guests, Mrs. Shirley Bowman and Mrs. Carl Uendryx. Mrs. Mollie Alber gave closing prayer. A special -guest of the meeting was Mrs. Jessie Adair, a former member, now of Houston, Texas. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Bauch and Mrs. Bulh War- Marks End Of Bridge Tournament A dinner at the Ben Hur Thursday livening marked the end i>! lliir Women's Duplicate Bridge club tournament in which ,'jfl women participated and 22 played Hie required four times. Tournament winners were Mrs. Virginia O'Neill, first; Mrs. Nell Jloycr, second; and Mrn. Monelle Waite, third. In regular play last night, eight tables participated with the Mil- cliull nujvcnteni, being used. North- south winners wero Mrs. Mildred Hulvie and Mrs. Geneva LeshJ firs:.; Mrs. Blanch DeYoo and' Mrs. lluth Lee .Shone, second. East - west — lied for first anil second were Mrs. Janet David and Mrs. Charlotte Lybrook, Mrs. Margaret Strange; and Mrs. Hull) Hay. Third were Mrs. lioyor and Mrs. Wuitu. SOCIAL CALENDAR FUIIMY 7:30 p. m.—Mothers of World War 2. Unit 111, Memorial home. 11 p. m.—lewel Ucbukah lodge 541, JOOF hull. Fourteenth street, was hostess to Division 5, CWF, of the Ninth street Christian church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Marie Rhoa<!os, of Logansport, nnd Mrs. Betty Hockman, Lafayette, were guests at the meeting which opened with the president, Mrs. Crockelt, giving thc C.W.F, prayer. A report of the spring institute at Mnnllcollo was given and pluns made for the Father and Son banquet to bo held June mh at <>:.'«) p.m. in .the church dining halls. Tho C.W.F. execulivo meeting was announced for June 27th at 1:1)0 p.m. with officers to be In- stailcd at this meeting. U was also announced '.hat Ihere will he no meeting of the Division No. n in July and August, but monthly contributions will be accepted by either the president or the treasurer, Mrs. Bertha Snydor will be hostess in September. Mrs. Mamie Huff gave the do- volionals using the theme "The Light We Walk In". The offering wus accepted and dedicated by Ruth Simpler. Missionary benediction closed lhi> mooting and the social hour followed. Pri/.es in games went to Mrs. Lellia Sullivan, Mrs. Effie Wright and Misx Olive Coblcnt'/.. The two guests received gifts and refreshments were served by the hostess and hor assistant, Miss Lclanu 1 Grove. al an , mni _ was employed at the Midwest Plai- ing company for six years before his retirement. His wife is 75 years couple has two daughters, Lydia Howard, 71S Slate street, and Mrs, Florence Crisman, M3(i Michigan avenue, and three sons, Carl, of Hobart; Leoiuird, a[, 1719 Woodlawn avenue: and Howard, law Chicago street. There are M grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Holh Mr. and Mrs. Koo:is enjoy good health. Mary DUIIM/IT. VETKKANS EI.EIT GARY (UPi — Stanlun Smiley, Gary, has been elected Indiana Cor.imaiKler of the Military Ordvr of Purple Heart. Oilier officers in- elude John Wiirz, Indianapolis, senior vice commander and Floyd Smith. Anderson, junior vice com HiamkT. Wilfred C. Jlohnort, Jasper retired as commander. Read the Classified Ads Division 1 Of CWF Re-Elects Officers Mrs. Nola Drill and Mrs. I.etaj Ulerick entertained ten members, of Division 1, CWF, of the Ninth street Christian chore)], Thursday afternoon at their home at which time officers were re-elected for the coming year. versary party Thursday evening | Bouqilc | S cf p e nnies am | roses at Dykemim park where a carry. in supper was served. Present were Key. and Mrs. Eugene Sommers ami son, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Brown and dnii- ghter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Herd, Lucerne, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cof- fhig, Winnmnc, Byron Ncff, Mr. and Mr.v., Hay Kikeibenier, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Eikelborner, Mrs. were used in the entertaining rooms. The mooting wa.s opened with prayer, and plans were made: for the annual father and son ban- fjIK't. Mrs. Fairy Emmons was re-elected preside!)!.; Nellie Purr, vice- president; Marie Rhodes, treasurer; and Opal Stiver, secretary. There will be n meeting in July •Jesse Eikclberner, Kay, Pam, I an d August but the regular month- Amy, Goklie und Kikio Klkelber- |y payments cun be mailed to the ner, Jeaneltu Ullioll, Mrs. Lena - - - - Brunor, Pete Sanders, of South Jiund, Mr. and Mrs. John Wanders, 1'hyHis Jean, Jliiby Ann und Mar- jnrle Sanders. William Elkelbemer Is a Iticnl Ford sidesman and .loe liike'.ber- iruinagos tile local bus company. president or treasurer. Devotions wore givcm by Mrs. Jlnrr. 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