Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 11, 1957 · Page 10
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Ten Loganapbrt, Indiana, Pharos-Trrimne SHARON LEE WALTERS BETROTHED Rabess-Burgman Studio. ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walters, route 6, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Lee, to -Pfc. Wayne E. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis, route fc, Kewanna. . • No date has be«n set for the wedding. ; Miss Walters will be a senior at the local high school in the fall. Her fiance attended the Metea high school before entering the US Army. He recently returned from Korea, and is stationed at Fort Sell, '£8.1%. Oklahoma. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) SOCIETY American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at Memorial home. —if.— Potlawattomie HD club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Nevada Baer. A special lesson will be presented on hairstyling. Roll call will be answered with "what 1 would do if I inherited a million dollars." -V- How Many club met Tuesday evening with .Mrs. Charlotte Bundy, 210 West Market street. Bunco prizes went to Mrs. Flora McClure, Cora Zellers and Gertrude Wilson. Mrs. Rosa Hulbert and Mrs. Bundy •were presented birthday gifts. Mrs. Carrie Clayton will be hostess July 33. Refreshments were served. ' . —ff- Logansport Court No. 4, Order of the Amaranth, will meet tonight at g o'clock at the IOOF hall. Officers are asked to wear colored /ormals. —tf—. Tho Ladles Eagle Booster club will hold a business meeting tonight at 8 o'clock at the club rooms. A good attendance is cle- clrcd. -£Onward HD club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Martha Miller. Devotions were given" by Josephine Little. Roll call was an- iwered with an historic event. Ruth Wldner, president, reported on the countil meeting. Tho Do-or- Die 4-H club invited the club to a tea July 30 at 8 p.m. at the high jchool gym. All members are urged to attend. Mary Wilson read the history of the song of the month. Flag sa lutes were led by Mrs. Miller. Garden chairman Lois Hines reported. Edna Lttt?;, citi/enship chairman, read "Troubles Look Small From Ihe Air." The club chose candy for exhibit on Achievement Day. Josephine Reed gave the lesson on new drugs,- stressing five im portant practices. Rose Wilson and Mrs. George Miller, of Llberty- ville, Illinois, were guests. Refreshments were served by Mary Wilson and the hostess. Minter-Dtlts Vows Read At Winamac Mary Margaret Mintur and James D. Dilts were married Saturday morning during a 10 o'clock Mass at St^ -Peters Catholic' church in Winamac with the Reverend Father Alexander Leiker officiating at the diuble ring rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Weaver, of Star City, and Ihe bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Dilts, of Royal Center. The bride wore>an prchid nylon street-length dress wilh a while picture hat arid accessories. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. Mrs. Richard Rcinholt attended her twin sister as matron of honor n an acjua nylon dress with white accessories and a bouquet of while carnalions. Edward Loehmer of Winamac CRUSADERS CLASS An indoor picnic was enjoyed by the Crusaders class of the Ninth •treet Christian church Wednesday in the church dining room with 17 members and one guest attending. -'Mrs. Ropor was the guest ol MM..L. D. Edgorly, •Mrs. Ursula Dlckman, president •pcned the meeting with salutes to the flags and asked the teach er, Mrs. Frank Amos, to offer Ihe prayer, ,Mrs. Celia Nelson was socrc tary pro-le m, calling the roll one living the monthly report. |The devotions were led by Mrs Ollle Davis. ;Door prizes were won by Mrs Frank Burkhart and Mrs. Mae Custor. The August mecling has bcon cancelled. was best man, and Larry Dilts, of Royal Center, brother of the bride- iroom, was an usher. „ Following a short wedding trip, .he couple will live near Star City. Feature Short Talks At Meeting Of Garden Club Several short talks highlighted the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Logansport Garden club at the home .of Mrs: Harry Bean, Walton rural route. i Mrs. Pearl Tikfer, president, conducted the meeting which. was opened with prayer by all. She read the July quotalifirrand roll call was answered with members and guests introducing themselves. Mrs. Mary Batch read "the treasurer's report. Plans, concerning Court Park, were discussed by Mrs. Agnes Shantcau and a talk on a lour to Friendship Gardens in Michigan Cily. was, given by Mrs.. Georgia Beam. Mrs. Mary Batch spoke briefly to the club about not having a flower show this year preceding the reading of a card from Mrs Adah Hedrick who is vacationing in the Black Hills. Mrs. R. D. Allsbaugh, district director of Wabash, was introduced and addressed the group on various phases of the Garden Club Work Mrs. Mabel Jackson presented an interesting paper ^entitled "Our Responsibilities to" the Indian's" and The Gardener's Life—Beautiful] and Bountiful" was discussed by Mrs. Georgia Beam. An arrangement of flowers by Mrs. Roxie Jackson, resident of the Indianapolis Irving Park Garden club, was displayed and analyzed'by members. Other floral arrangements by Mrs. Jackson were placed throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Jackson told of the work f Ihe Indianapolis club and the "neeting was closed with the re- icating of the Mi/pah benediction, Refreshments were served to the wenty members arid guests with Vlrs. Pearl Tikfer presiding at 1 the >unch bowl. Guests attending the meeting were Mrs. Paul Sperry, Mrs. Opal Thompson and Miss Judy Thomp- san, all of Walton rural route, Mrs. ioxie Jackson, of. Indianapolis and Mrs. R. D. Allsbaugh of Wabash. Mrs. Walter Smith assisted with he serving ol refreshments. Market Street WSCS Holds July Meeting The Woman's Society of Christian Service of. the Market Street Methodist Church held its July meeting Wednesday afti/rnoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Carl Hendryx, >resldcnt, conducting. Mrs. Hendryx opened the meet- ng with a reading followed by a business session during which're- ports wore given by secretaries. A special offering in memory of Mrs. 'Ida Jones was earmarked for GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY Marjorie Thompson, Edward Bauer Wed In Rochester Rites The Trinity EUB church at Ro Chester was the scene of a wedding Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock when Miss Marjorie Thompson, 413 East Ottawa street, .city, pjedged her nuptial troth to'E'dward W. Bauer, i!5 Wilkinson' street, city, with the Reverend F. I. Willmert officiating.! arthritic cases. Mrs. 'Arlerie Myers played "0 3 romise Me," "I Love You Truly," 'Through the Years" and ."Because" on the organ preceding the candlelight service. A large basket of pink gladioli, palms, and lighted tapers banked the altar where the couple was married. • MR. AND MRS, HENRY LtJTES, of Reynolds, will celebrate their jolden wedding,anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2;30 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon at the social rooms of the Reynolds Methodist ohurch. ; The couple was married July 17, 1907, at the home of the bride's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Beckley, with the Reverend W. C. Aye officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Lutes were both born 'in Cass county and lived in Royal Center until 1944 when they purchased a drug store and moved to Reynolds. Reunion Calendar DYKMAN PARK SUNDAY, JULY 14 - Sfferd reunion—Tables on east .side of old Pavilion—Noon (annual) SUNDAY, JULY 14. - Sewdrd Reunion — Brcczeway — Noon (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 14 - Dec Adams reunion — Table No. 4 — Noon annual. SUNDAY, JULY 14 - McClown Reunion — West end of Pavilion —Noon, annual SUNDAY, JULY 14 - McCollum Reunion — E. Pavilion Noon (an unal) —Ct- SPENCEIl PARK Thursday Evening, July 11, H9F. Delta Chi Sigma HpOr<; O nears W Delta Chi Sigma sorority heard convention reports at the Tuesday evening meeting at the YWCA. Committee' reports v ,were given and Charlene Haley, president, conducted the session. Reports from delegates to the 26th International convention at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago were given by business delegate, Jane Townsley, and Eleanore .Rutz, social delegate. Highlight of the report was an announcement of the international charity project of a fellowship grant of ?2500 to Dr. Philip Rosen of the Department of Medicine at the' University of Toronto for further study in the cure and aid of the making of litter bag posters. spatter painting, and the gather, irewood for the A social hour was enjoyed following the session. .on, served as matron of honor, and' Everett Thompson,.of Waito.n, was jest man. The bride wore a light blue da- cron shadow lace street-length dress over light blue satin. She accented her costume with a small white f'.osvered hat and accessories. Her corsage 'was of light pink Girl Scout JVews Fire Chief Dick Eisert visited the Brownie Day' Camp Wednos- da y Siving a talk to the girls on Mrs. Jessie Thompson, of Wai- * ar f y . an f. whal , to do if ' a tire t ! br « ke " * e u « !l *. He also demonstrated a fire, ex tinguisher to Ihe leaders and camp cooks. During the afternoon, from 1 3 p.m., open house was held with inspection being held by the visitors and refreshments being served. . Councilors for the day were Mesdames Walter Collins, Donald Sayger, W. S. Hamilton, Marajorie Bible topped with an arrangement IJS^.' of light pink roses and blue stream- ™' Eve , yn The honor attendant was attired in a black and while eyelet dress with a pink flowered hat and white accessories. Her flowers were yellow gladioli. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Bertha Graeber of Rochester and is employed at the RBM Manufacturing company. 3Jer husband is employed at the Logan Machine company. The couple will reside at j 413, Ottawa street until their-new cook-out. All Brownies made invitations for their parents for the Wednesday open-house. A court of- honor was held and a lesson on table • manners presented, i Each unit assisted with the menu for the cook-out and decided upon pocket stew hot dogs an<J "SoiTiemore", with a soft drink.'. Miss Edna Avery, camp, nurse, accompanied by Mrs. Mary Emmerd, made a tour of inspection. "Shady Nook" won a "Smiling Face" award. "Spreading Maple" unit was in charge of the flag ceremony. Rose, Francis Webb and Virginia Pherson. Tuesday the units made their reports with activities including WOMEN OF MOOSE Women of the Moose met Wednesday evening with junior regent Dorothy Younkin in charge at which time the annual dinner honoring retiring senior regent, officers 'and chairmen was held at Purcell's Ccfe. The special dispensation requested from Mooseharl to change lodge meetings was received and the next meeting will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock with the executive committee to meet promptly at 7:30 p.m. 11 will also be officers' chapter night and initiation of candidates. Tlie chapter will lake scaled bids on the TV chairs and lamps now in storage. Bids will 'be closed as of July 22. Roll call was followed by the endowment fund pledge. The attendance prize was won by Juanita Schaeffer. Mrs. Lula Weakman gave the closing prayer. They have three children, Mrs, Mary E. Hawthorne, Indianapolis; home is completed on route 1, city. Mrs. Maxine Sullivan and James B. Lutes, Francesviile.. There are six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. No invitations have been issued but relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend the reception. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) 42 Attend t3oone* HD Dinner Meeting The Boone township HD club met Tuesday noon at Rea park in Royal Center at which time a dinner was enjoyed by 20 guests and 22 members. Devotions were given by Lois Fickle in keeping with the patriotic motif. Roll call was read by Esta Dodt. The program in charge of Lois Fickle consisted of two selections by Sue Fickle and Barbara Bruno with the latter accompanying on the accordion, Mrs. Dillman from a local department store gave a talk and showed the advantages of a food freezer. A business session was conducted and fair plans were discussed. The meeting closed with the sing- Ing of the song of the month and prayer. Hostesses were Wilma mission work. Thanks were extend- M °rphet, chairman. Alia Ropp, id to Mrs. Richard Minnick, who is leaving the city, for her work as secretary of youth. She will be replaced by Mrs. Hoy Cox. Rosalie Ranke, who, with Bonnie Murphy, was sent tp missionary camp by the society, reported on the camp activities. Following the business session, :he worship service Was given by Mrs. Belle Hans. As part of the worship, Mrs. Cecil Logan accom Matiel Morehouse, Rose Myers, Hazel Sparks and Eileen-Small. Mrs:! Ralph Byers Feted At Shower Picnic August 14 For Worthwhile HD Mrs. Lillian McClintock entertained the Worthwhile HD club Wednesday evening with Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Byers, the former Et- Marv Schmidt opening the meet- ZOTH CENTURY CLASS The annual picnic was slaged by the 20th Century class of the Broadway Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at Riverside park with 15 members attending the basket dinner. Mrs. Ben Parker, president, was in charge of the business session. ta Swank, was honored recently at a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Kalliryn Caidwe!!. GifU were placed on a table decorated wilh pink and white streamers and wedding bolls. Contest prizes-were awarded to Joyce Swank and Miss Pat Weaver who presented them to the guest. Invited guests were: the Misses Sandra Hipslier, Marilyn Heiny, Linda Farrer, Carol Cunningham, Sue and Barbara Byors, Evelyn Bacr, Janice Allen, Juanita Smith, Mariiou Smith, Wilda Sutton, Mary Lou Thomas, Pat Weaver, Judy and Mary Lynn Wheaton, Jolene, Joclta and Janet Joyce, Janice O'Donnell, Barbara Jargslorf, Linda Hulls; Down Prentice, Franjean Gordon, Fairy Hopkins, Jane lulchcrnft, Ruth, Joyce nm! Nina Swank, and Bonnie. Shaffer, Al.so Mrs. Byers Mrs. Mae Swank, Mrs, )onnabelle Shaffer and Mrs. Mary Emery. ing wilh the flag pledges and creed. Roll call was answered with "my favorite picnjc dish." Plans were made for Ihe picnic August 34 at tables 2 aiid 3 at Riverside park. Devotions were given by Mrs. McClintock, Mrs. Hilda Kalb conducted a tfue 'and lead the Classified Ads »T vi oiin/, iyiia. v^uuu 0-juvjau uuuuui' * »•••—-in— ~- —•— — — — panicd Mrs. Larry Parker singing I Scripture lesson-and prayer wei;c given Jiy Mrs. Maude Bi'nwn, The SUNDAY, JULY 14 — Walker Reunion— Shelter 2 Noon — Mrs Oris Rite. Annual. SUNDAY, JULY 14 - Zimmer man Reunion — All of Lower Pa vallon — Noon — Rev. Rechec, An nual. SUNDAY, JULY 14 — Wagoner Reunion — Shelter No. 1 — Noon —Annual. -£• RIVERSIDE J'ARK SUNDAY, JULY 14 — Spencer Toolhman Reunion — Tables 4, 5, V&fl. Noon. Mrs. Irma Walls (annual) SUNDAY, JULY 14 - Roller Reunion — Tables No. 9 & to. Noon (annual) SUNDAY, JULY 14 — Ferguson Reunion — Table 3 — Noon. SUNDAY, JULY 14 — Burris Reunion—Table No. 6—Noon Mrs. Kcnnelh HtinLsinser. _A, FAIBVIEW PARK SUNDAY, JULY M — Reynolds Reunion—3 Tables put together North of Pavilion. Noon. ' "No Man Is aft Island. The program was in charge' of Mrs. Roy Cm and was entitled "Stranger within the Gales." Assisting Mrs. Cox were Mrs. Edwin Deck, Mrs. Gerald Raver, Mrs. Robert Hqnick, and Mrs. Clarence Rhodes. To close the meeling, Mrs. Shirley Bowman presented the Prayer Calendar. Refreshments wore then .served by Ihe exjsculivc committee. secretary-treasurer reports were read and the' sick and shul-ins remembered. It was announced lhal Mr. ant! Mrs. Ben Parker will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary July 20. Class members and friends are invKefj.. Several game pri/.es were awarded. The next meeting is in September. FREE AT FRIENDLY MERCHANTS EVERYWHERE LET'S EAT OUT! WHERE: ^^^ ^^ •13-1 1th *. U/UAT* fTHMI. SfAO+WTTJ « MEAT BALLS 2 DrNNttS-Sl.OO MMO IHf WHOtl f AMflY U1Y ON INI PALATI-IASY ON THI POCKTT-IOOK BRASS RAIL FRIDAY NITE 6 TO 9 SPECIALS Cool, Summer Cotton DRESSES Values to $12.98 Sleevelss Styles Jacket Stylet Voiles, Sheers, Gingham, Checks One and 2 piece ityles. All $ 7 Rayon Briefs Regular 79c White only — Now extras for vacation wear. Sizes 5 to .10. on traffic safety was then held, . Mrs. Schmidt reported on the Jtfly Council meeting and the summer conference at Purdue, the National conference at Columbus, Ohio, and the planning program for next fall were discussed. The committee for the club's exhibit to be displayed on Achievement Day wus appointed. Mrs. Betty Ellcrs gave Ihe lesson on new. drugs, giving five topics: Poisons Around the Home; Cure'All; Self Medication Hazards in Medicine. During oliie social hour prizes went to Mrs, Mary Pummel and a guest, Mrs. Margaret Lulu. Refreshments were served by the hostess ami co-hostess, Mrs. Kalb. INSIDE CURVE* by / The contour, bra with.the shapeliness built in Saturday Hours 9:OO a. m. till S p.m. . It's ever-so-lightly padded for a naturally soft and i rounded contour. 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FRIDAY & SATURDAY Extra tradt In allowance your old watch. fl» 8 . $39.50 NOW $39.50 with trad* Finn rul(ur*d pearl with 2 ifd* diamond. t*1 In rich 10K gold $33.50 Park«r "3V p«n A purttll Cut- lorn Set. Cold fllUd cofii. , ' $2*.7I Magn!fle*nt rhtneiton* lac* fit f*r your v«ry n»:Vown MOHLMAN& snetr nitrt* amor Op«n Friday Ni^ht Till 9iOO F. M. Closed Saturday 5:00 p, m. 1 „' IHf EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN

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