Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 11, 1957 · Page 34
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 34

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 11, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Serve Yule Dinner To Onward HD Club The annual Christmas party was staged by the Onward home demonstration club Tuesday noon at the Christian church with 23 persons served a covered dish dinner. . Following the meal the president, Ruth Widner. opened the meeting by reading an article, "Keeping Christmas." The song of the month was led by Ida Bechdol who also gave theme,! exchange was held .from around a white lighted tree. Special guests were Mrs. Adda Cole, Mrs. Lucille Feidner and Mrs. Nell Little.' SOCIAL CALENDAR "The Christmas Story." A special guest, Adda Cole, sang "Silent Night" in Spanish version. Members were reminded of giflts for mental patients and Ida Bechdol was elected -vice- president due to a resignation. Installation of officers was held by Josephine Reed and a gift WEDNESDAY— 6:30 p. m.—Washington township Circle 3 HD club, Country club. 7:30 p. m.—Missionary study class, Main street church, Mrs. Viola Whiteman. THURSDAY- Noon—Jefferson township HD club Psi lota Xi Brings Gifts For Infirmary To Christmas Party Gifts for the men and women at' the Cass county Infirmary were brought to the Psi Iota Xi Christmas party and meeting Monday iT'RoyaVcenter Methodist church, evening at the home of Mrs. George Noon—Clay township HD club,, Kiesling, 236 West Linden avenue. 50th ANNIVERSARY DECEMBER 15 .•"« Mrs Narda 'Valdez. Mrs. Ed Yeazel entertained. the . . Noon— Charity Division 4, GIA group with the story "There Will Ladies, AFL hall. Your Heart B e Also" by Adele Noon— Mothers of World War 2, , Rogers St. John. Onward, Mrs. Ida Bechdol. 2 p. m.— Cass county chapter. American War Mothers, Mrs. Minnie Gibson. FREE 3 LETTER MONOGRAM, JA V\ 4* ^ F p^h cell Yours alone! Miss Elaine's personal checks in drip dry, no-iron bastiste in pastel gingham checks in blue on white and. pink on white . . . each garment with its own button-on tab ready for your personal monogram. Baby Doll, Matching Panty, S-M-L $3.98 Blouson PJ, Bermuda Shorts, S-M-L §5.98 Nylon Gowns and Slips $3.98 up APPAREL SHOP 320 Fourth St. Refreshments of raspberry salad sherbet, assorted Christmas cookies, and coffee were served from a holiday decorated table. Mrs. Kiesling was assisted by Mrs. John Justice, Mrs. William Jones, Mrs. Norman Kiesling, and Mrs. Clyde Black, Jr. .. Mrs. Robert Burnett, a trans- 'er From Alpha "Omicron chapter of Vincennes, was introduced as a new member. A business session was conducted by Mrs. Edgar Closson, president. The following sorority members will assist the Elks in the sacking of candy and nuts for the Elks' annual. Christmas Eve morning movie party: Mesdames Clay Morris, Lynn O'Neill, " Thomas Parker, Jack Fairman, Ramon Simpson, John Davis, Gardner Abner, Harry Jones, Richard Mc- DonaM, and Robert Kitchell, and he Misses Amy Eikelberner,. Mary Ellen Mull, Thelma Sines, andj Marlene Kiesling. ' I Mrs. Holland Johnson reported on the peanut crunch and mint will meet Thursday evening at 8 sales, and Mrs. James Myers re-; o'clock- at the club rooms. .Cards ported on the chocolate creams' a.nd ribbon candy sales. A letter from the American Red Cross, Cass County Chapter, was Wednesday Evening, December 11. 1057. DAV Auxiliary To I Men's Bridge Club Entertain Veterans \ Convenes At Annex The Disabled American Veterans | Auxiliary met in the club room I Six tables were in piny at the Monday evening with senior vice! Monday evening meeting of the commander, Doris Aukcr. presid- Men's Duplicate Bridge club at 26 Attend Delta Chi Sigma Holiday Party At Y.W.C.A. Twenty-five members and one guest attended the holiday party staged Tuesday evening at the YWCA parlors and dining room by the Delta Chi Sigma sorority. Members were seated at individual tables in the parlors where they were given four sheels of colored paper, a piece of siring, a scissors and glue. Christmas decorations were then made from these 'items with Mrs. Phyllis Key winning the first prize for the most original and Eleanor Williams, second prize. The game of "Xmas," played like bingo, was enjoyed with- members receiving their exchange ing. Elsie Bushing, hospital chairman, reported on sick cards sent to members. Commjncier Ruby Gottschalk, was reported convalescing at her home following surgery. the YWCA annex. John Klein and .Tack Saadi won first place and tied for second and third were E. G. and Glen Kry, Winamac, and John Smith and Harrv Tansev. of Royal Center. A Christmas party for the vcter- Dr . Charles Viney ar.d Orville Fox ans at the State Hospital will be won f our (h place. Wednesday, The next meelinc is Monday evening at the YWCA. John Peterson Photo. MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ARVIN, route 4, Delphi, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday at their home. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Mr. Arvin was born in Davis county, Ind., and his wife at Minneapolis, Minn. They -were married December 18, 1D07, in McHenry county, North Dakota, where Mr. Arvin horn :»steaded land. ZION WSCS MEETS The Zion Methodist WSCS hold Lheir Chrfclmas mooting a! the gifts as they scored "Merry Christmas." Refreshments were served by candlelight buffet style, in the dining room where the serving table was centered with a three tiered sparkle decoration trimmed with greenery and lopped with six thin lighted tapers. _ flanking the centenpieee were held at the hospital December 18 at 2 p. m. Decorated cakes, ice cream and coffee will be served as refreshments. These are being furnished by the DAVA Stale Department. A basket of food was donated lo a .needy family and Christmas! church with a covered °di.ih sup- packages wi'.l be sent to two per- j per for members and their fami- manenlly hospitalized veterans. j \\ e , The next meeting wiil be Deccm-! .'.y h f Miwlons an(i Kvan . ber 23 when a Christmas party vfi | , ism .. was , hc m , ic be he.d: also, there will oe a $1 jven fev Es(her ManninKi chair . gift exchange. , man. Katie Herd. Blanche Clary. Viola histterwonlhedoor prize, i Lovj||a c - >]man and Mo)]y clary _ : ' Bel'.v I>ea.sc' gave devotions. HOW MANY CLUB i , • , , ". . I A short business meeting was Mrs. Charlotte Bundy entertain- ]leld alld , he club voted ,„ sprtA Mercy Center the usual contribution. Christmas exchange was en- ed the How Many club Tuesday evening at her home will) bunco prizes going to Alice Carver, j Mable Gre:iler ar.d Cora Zellers. i joyed and the children treated. Plans were made for the Christmas i jjannella Shafer led the group in parly December 17 al Ihe home of singing carols. Mrs. Charles Claylon, 805 Twen- Josephine Frushour was hostess tieth street. Mrs. Emma Johnson; and assisted in serving refresh- was presented a birthday gift, and'ments to the 50 persons present The couple moved to Indiana in 1919 and has lived in the Delphi • bowLs of red Christmas punch and! refreshments were served. jby Jessie Clary. Vicinity since that time. They have two sons, Clarenc? of Mulberry and William of Delphi, two daughters, Mrs. Ina Brown, of North' Webster, and Mrs. Irene Landis, of Anderson. There are also- six grandchildren. (Pharos-Tribune "SEngraving.) SOCIETY I The Ladies Eagle Booster club I read thanking the sorority's assistance in recruiting blood donors. Mrs. Hal Robb announced lhat the blood unit will be stationed at the Baptist Temple from 10:00 to 4.00 o'clock Thursday of this week and asked those members interested in donating to make an appointment at the Red Cross office in the City Building. wiil.be played following the meeting. A joint meeting of She WSCS circles of. the Wheatland avenue FLETCHERS LAKE WSCS The WSCS of the Fletchers Lake eggnog, trays of holiday cookies, "rosettes," ribbons and nuts. Napkins and plates were also in (lie yuletide motif, and individual tables were centered with lighted red tapers and greenery. Canned food items and clothing were brought by members for a needy family as the sorority's church met in the church base-j Christmas project. ment for a covered dish dinner at noon. Devotions were given by Ruth Sutton and a missionary talk on "Customs of Christmas" was given by Jo Wildman. A special col- Methodist church will be held j leclion was laken ' to ' be sent lo :300 clock at Mrs. Mank Smith ' announced that three large boxes of Christmas gifts were sent to the mentally ill children of Indiana from the local Alpha Xi chapter. It was announced that the sorority's annual mid-year luncheon will be held February 8, 1958 al the Egyptian Room, Murat Temple, Indianapolis. The program will feature the Exclusive Premier Performance of the Jordan College Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock a the church with Uie Ruth Circle fri charge. A playlet, "Christmas and Supply Work;" will be presented. A good attendance is desired. St. Paul's Lutheran Women of the Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at" the home of Mrs. Ethel Layman for the regular missionary meeting. Roll call will be answered wilh a Bible verse containing the word, "deliver." American -it- Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, adult and junior members are invited to attend the Christmas party Thursday evening wtth Ballet accompanied by The Little a dessert at 7:30 o'clock at Memor- Symphony orchestra. Beta Psi ia) norne . Gifts f or veterans will Chapter, Delphi, will be the hos- j, e collected. the Methodist missionary in India. The secretary, treasurer and flower fund reports were given and a report from the officers workshop at Star City was given bythe president, Effie Robbins. The .?roup decided to remember the service boys wilh a gift at Christmas time. Special music was given by Wanda Houser and Marie Leavell. Following the meeting a Christmas gift exchange was held anc Sunshine Friend gifts distributed. The next meeting will be helc in the church basement January Mrs. Mary Jo O'Connor was a guest. On the committee :n charge of arrangements were Eleanore Rutz, chairman, Rose Elaine Burket, Betty Kumler and Mary O'Connor, 8th with Katie Gault as hostess, hostess. WHITE ROSE CLUB Mrs. Eloise Huckleberry, 1318 George street, entertained the White Rose club at a Christmas party Monday evening. A dessert luncheon was served j. with a Christmas theme used in the place setting and favors. Cards were enjoyed with favors awarded to the four winners, gift exchange was held around the decorated Christmas tree. Officers were elected as follows:, Mrs. Mae Cox, president, and Mrs. Florence Harris, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Crispen is the January less chapter. Those members desiring to attend are to notify Mrs. Robert Kitchell. Mrs. Gardner Abner and Mrs; John Strey gave committee reports of the Psi Ote dance which will be held 'February 1 at the Knighls of Columbus hall. Members desiring to attend the Indianapolis Symphony concerts on December 22 and January 5 are privileged to. use the Psi Iota Xi membership tickets by calling Mrs. Robert Kitchell, 2963. The next meeting will be held January 13, 1958 at the home of , HI NEIGI1BOR PARTY Mrs. Robert C. George, Mrs..Rich-. The Hi . Ne ; ghbor Home D e mo n - arcl McDonald ar.d Mrs Richard; stration dub held their christmas Brink will assist the hostess. party and meeting recen tly at the ~~ j j home of Mrs. Irene Deeter with Personal ]Mr/s. Marjorie Hartleroad 'serving Mr. and Mrs. William Mucken- j as assistant hostess. Members are asked to bring homemade pies to the dinner for State hospital veterans Friday morning at 11:30 o'clock at Memorial home. __VV Bridge City lodge 254, L. A. to B. of R.'T., and families will meet for a turkey supper and Christmas party Thursday evening at 6 o'clock at the YWCA annex. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, table service and 50-cent gift for exchange. fuss,'Van Wert, Ohio, are the parents of a daughter, Carol Ann, born December 8. The mother is the former Marflyn Br,ater, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Bra'.er, 1229 Spear street, and the father is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Muckenfuss, 704 Burlington avenue. Your Lady BLOUSES In Acrilon Jersey, Lace, Cotton or Nylon Attractive Costume Jewelry " TO ACCENT HER HOLIDAY COSTUME For the Feminine Touch— Stoles Handkerchiefs, - Shrugs - Scarfs HANDBAGS In Velvet, Tweed, Flannel, Faille and Pbstic. All Hats Reduced Some Less Than Vz Price. RUTH DOUGLASS M7 E. Broadway . MILLJNERIY CENTER Mrs. Barbara LeDonne, presided at the meeting during which time plans were made for the 1958 club year. Following the business session, devotions were given by Mrs. lino- gene LeDonne. Christmas carols were sung and two new members, Mrs. Cora Loh- ram and Mrs. Irene Miller, were taken into the club. Refreshments were served to fifteen members and a guest, Mrs. Margaret Turnpaugh. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Turnpaugh, Mrs. Lohram and Mrs. Blanche Miller. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Blanch Seadam, Treen street, January 9th. Citizenship will be the lesson. A gift exchange was held preceding candlelight installation rites conducted by Mrs. Barbara LeDonne. Installed were Mrs. Irene Wil-j son, president; Mrs. Irene Deeter.l vice-president; Mrs. Marjorie Hart$ leroad, secretary; Mrs. Marge Sailors, treasurer alid Mrs. Fern Fritz, project chairman. CANDY arm s FESTIVE HATS CREATIONS FOR ALL YOUR HOLIDAY COSTUMES! Handbags Tremendous Selections in Beautiful Leathers, Failles. Velvets and Patent COSTUME JEWELRY, THE'ELEGANT TOUCH is THE SPARKLE OF OUR NEW JEWELRY. FOR YOUR COSTUMES Hankies Christmas Corsages GIFT CERTIFICATES QUALITY CORRECTLY PRICED if>llOTfOi onfi tin »s \, Hell £t. (dlllJll S» 325 FOURTH DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse 217-11th Sf. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES Thurs. Night Special S to 10 p. m. 2 COMPLETE i Spaghetti Dinners I For Th« Pric« £l Aft ' Of On* -P I »VW CALL 5948 CARRY OU1 SHRVICE The Brass Rail b Ph. 5941' Holiday Hair Styling PERSONALIZED FOR YOU! A CROWNING TOUCH FOR THE CAY HOLIDAYS . Jeanne's Beauty Shop 104 So. 3rd Pho:ne 2957 , Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers 121 E. Marktt Slr««t •han< 3609 liugs-Carpet* Upholstery Venetian Blinds THE PERFECT GflFT FOR CHRISTMAS Special attention to gift order placed in advance. YEAZEI/S 513 E. Broadway Phone 2462 Jvy-styled in smart with button down and regular ihirl Choice of colors. pletely washable, HE'S YOUR MAN... YOU'RE HIS GIRL! Obviously! A Norris Casual for him ... a Lady Casual for you. Casual and belonging . . . that's the way you feel as you go gayl together $11.00 Pair ALL GIFTS ATTRACTIVELY GIFT'WRAPPED Dial 3273 405 E. Broadway "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN"

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