Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 10, 1957 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 10, 1957
Page 23
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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DEER CREEK Install New Officers of Farm Bureau . Officers of the Deer Creek township Farm Bureau were installed Monday nigi-.t at ceremonies at the Young America school. Those installed were: Ira Cree, chairman; Ralph Nelson, vice chairman; Francis Caldwell, secretary-treasurer; Theresa D.iwnham, woman's leader; arid HUen Morgan, pet and hobby leader. Mrs. Dale Beck was in charge of the installation. A talk on livestock marketing was given by William Justice, a member of the Cass county livestock committee. A Christmas program was held with songs by Joan Cree, Lowell Morgan, trios composed of Jean Nelson, Carol Wilson and Susan Downham, and Larry and Marion Downham and John Adkinson, and a quartette consisting of Stella Fouts, Veronica Plank, Dale Beck and Bert Plank. Junior Cree played a piano solo, and Lois and John Adkison played a piano duet. Pet and Hobby members taking part in the program were Darlene Johnson, Cynthia Beck, Peddy and Marta Goff, Terry Downham, Stephen Wilson, Ellen Morgan. Jimmy Helen Young was guest speaker of the afternoon and was also awarded the door prize. The next meeting will be held as an all day meeting at the church when sewing will be done. . | The committee in charge were Mesdames, Raymond L. Huse, Delbert Ridenour, Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, and Mint Nickelson. Helmet Temple 230 Pythian Sisters met at the lodge hall Tuesday night at which time election of officers was held. Mrs. Clyde Williamson, most excellent chief; Mrs. Richard Cohee, excellent senior; Mrs. David Harness, most excellent junior; Miss Marilyn Johnson, manager; Miss Lois Swoverland, secretary; Mrs. James Moore, treasure; Miss Janet Wilson, protector; Miss Joella Buettner, guard; Mrs. Russsell Beck, captain of degree slaff, and installing officer; Mrs. Virgil Beck, pianist; Miss Bessie Beck, assistant: Mrs. Lee Snider, press cor- re:spondant; Mrs. Lee Snider, representative to district convention; Mrs. James Moore, alternate: Mrs. Russel Beck, representative to grand temple, Mrs. Lee Snider, alternate; Mrs. Ira Stafford and Mrs. Lee Snider trustees. Refreshments of donuts and coffee was served to 13 members by the following committee. Mrs. Russell Wertz, Mrs. David Krise, Mrs. Mary Henry. The next meeting will 'be held Dec. 17, at which time | a gift exchange will be* enjoyed, society of the KC Holiday ' Parties Set Holiday activities for the Knights of Coiumbus and thiiir families were planned at a meeting of the organization Monday evening in the K. of C. hall. The Christmas party for children will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Wed- ntsday, Dec.. 18. Each child present wiil receive a Yuletide stocking. On Dec. 21 from ? to 9 p.m. there will be a free Tom and Jerry party for members and their wives, while on Dec. 23 there- will be a gift exchange, with turkeys and jhickens as door prizes. The annual New Year's dance vill be held from 9-p.m. to 1 a.m. m New Year's eve. Grand Knight Joseph Loner and Jharles Elpers, chairman of the sick committee, will call on sick members of the council December 15. Frank Hepperie discussed the right to work law passed at the last meeting of the Indiana General Assembly, gift exchange was held. Refreshments were, served to eleven members and one child. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clyde" Williamson. Jerry Harness spent the week end in Chicago visiting his father Herbert Harness. •Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson and daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pralher of near Grecntown. Ora McManama has been admitted to the St. Joseph hospital in Logans-port. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Robinson are the parents of a son. • A record production of sorghum grain in 1957—418 million bushels —is forecast by the U. S. Department of Agriculture. That would more than double the 1956 crop and would be 72 per cent above the record crop of 1955. RA4> "BIG PARTY". INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Police ran a shuttle service to haul 50 merrymakers to jail Saturday j night after a neighbor's complaint ;brought a raid on a "real big party." Many of the persons in-| side the house dived through!three women employes and then windows and jumped off the sec-1 failed to open the cash register ond-story roof to escape arrest, and safe. Tuesday Evening, December IP, 195T. GAMBLING CHARGES TERRE HAUTE (UP)—Prosecutor John R. Jett filed state charges INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Police today sought two gunmen who invaded the business office at General Hospital Saturday, locked up the men as they fled. Notice In Loving Memory of Harry 0. Nethercutt: 5 years lhave passed since an Angel oned our loved one away. Sadly missed by —Jennie and Lilly. gon, Stephen Plank, Eber Morgan and Patty Wilson. Young America The Twetvette Club met at the •home of Mrs. Bud Elleman. Prizes were awarded to Mosdames, Hollis Keating, Earl Yater, Sharon Bray, Annie Wertz, Peggy Powell. Gu&st present other than the a- tmve named were Mesdames Richard Cohee, Don Catt, Joella Buettner, Joy Lybrook, Betty McCordy, Mary Lou Dillman. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Hollis Keating, at which time a gift exchange will be held. The missionary society of the Young America Baptist Church hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. James Moore. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed by 18 members and two guests at the noon hour were Mrs. Ethel Stettler and Mrs. Helen Young. Mrs. Sam Cripe, resident was in -charge of the business session. Devotions were given by Miss Nina Hopkins, Mrs. Ira Roach, assisted by Mrs. Mary Henry, and Mrs. Fred Henry. A gift exchange was held. Mrs. the home of Mrs. Floyd Wilson. Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Ethel McCloskey -was lesson leader. A Christmas j STOKER •^^^H ^*—^ I Refined to give you extra low ash and extra heating hours, Correct clinkers, fragile coke, all the convenience a stoker owner wants. Try it — you'll see! 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