Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 11, 1957 · Page 35
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 35

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 11, 1957
Page 35
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Wednesday Evening, December 11, 1957. Early Yule Customs Given At DAR Meet Committee chairmen reported at the Monday evening meeting of Olde Towns chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, at the home of Mrs. AJice Keller 405 Seven* street. A Christmas party was also held. The story of Kate Duncan Smith, D.A.R. School, Grant, • Alabama was told by Mrs. Pearl White, Chapter chairman, Approved Schools. Colored slides were shown of the school by Tom Johnson. This school is located at Grant. Alabama, on Gunter Mountain. Mrs. Lybrook, Regent, and Mrs. VanDoorn. Chaplain, opened the meeting with the ritual. Pledge of Allegiance .and D.A.R. Salute. Reports of the secretary and treasurer were given, and correspondence and greetings from out-of- town members was read. Chairman of committees making their monthly reports were: National Defense, Membership, Approved Schools, Conservation, Transportation, Motion Pictures, and D.A.R. Magazine. Collection was made for the D.A.R. Approved School Project and will be sent to the State organization. Mrs. Ruth Kelt had as her topic "Early Christmas Customs." She told of many of the early holidays working as usual, then in the 18th century the custom of the Yule Log, and the placing of lighted candles in the windows on Christmas Eve to light the Christ Child on his way. This idea came from the Irish and the Christmas tree from Germany. A- gift exchange was held. All viewed the fan collection of Mrs. Keller, many of over 100 years of age. A social hour followed the meeting with refreshments served from festive table. Mrs. D. E. Lybrook poured from the silver coffee urn. Committee with Mrs. Keller was Miss Mary. Shultz, Miss Jessie Peirce, Mrs. Harriett Shultz, and Miss Jane Shultz. The January meeting will be. with Mrs. Leonora Flynn.. Guthrie and Taylor Estates Are Opened The entire estate of the late Earl F. Guthrie, retired local druggist, was bequeathed to his son. Dr. James Uhl Guthrie, Lafayette, under terms of his will filed for pro- hate in the Cass circuit court Wednesday. The estate was estimated at $50,000 in real estate and $7,000 in personal property. The son was named executor under the will dated July 12, 1951. Charles L. Anderson is the attorney for the estate. The estate of Mrs. Marian C. Taylor, city, totaled $15,404.15, it was reported when it was opened Wednesday to determine the amount of the inheritance tax due. Heirs are the husband, Joseph Taylor, and (he daughter, Mrs. Joan Green. Hanna and Small are the attorneys for the estate. Y-Teens News 1 Riley Eighth grade Y-Teens convened in the. YWCA Tuesday after school with Sherry Simpson, president, In charge of the meeting. Prayer was given and gifts for the county home collected. A discussion was held on the Christmas dance to be December 21st at the Elks. -&The Riley 7th Grade Y-Teens met in the YWCA annex Monday afternoon with Barbara Beall giving prayer. The Y-Teen song was sung with JE'velyn Walters as leader prior to ' the report by JoEllen Porter, secretary, Marsha Frick, vice-president. A. discussion was held on the Christmas dance to be held December 21st at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks. "A World Christmas Tree." a playlet, was presented by Sharon Harvey, Cathy Burns, Anita Kerns, Penny Hunter, Diar.na Strew, Lynn Rewald, Sandy Watts, Margaret Ranee, Beverly Zimmerman, Connie Farrer, Sherril Reed and Lela Bowman. The next meeting will be January 6th. Jone Troy Elected To Tau Zeta Epsilon Miss Jane Troy, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Edward Troy, 1927 Hi;;h street, has been elected to membership in TEU Zeta Epsilon sorority at Wellesley .college, Wcliesley, Massachusetts, Miss Troy is a junior and is majoring in music. She received honors in her freshman year for outstanding academic achievement. She is a local high school graduate. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Dale Russell and daughters, of Aurora, Illinois, formerly of this city, visited with Mrs. Russell's mother, Mrs. Harold Gust, 403!£ Wall street, city, and Mr. Russell's parents at Thornhope- where a di*mer was held in the family's honor. Sheffield Watches Imagine—imported, ti-magnetic, costume-coordinated watches—all with the famous Snef- field guarantee. Many styles, many colors. J10.95 to $16.95 . Costume Jewelry Bright lights to kindle a costume to new-found brilliance. Enor m o u s pins_ glimmering bracelets, earrings and dfiwy necklaces ... in a collection that looks to be worth a king's ransom. TRI KAPPA SORORITY Tri Kappa sorority members convened Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harriet Slaughter, 2127 North street, with Mrs. Joseph Herd, president, conducting the meeting. Mrs. Richard Fawce'-t announced that the new shipment of pecans has arrived and Mrs. Paul Haven?,, distributed tickets for the annual dance to be held January 15th at the Logansport Country club. , Members brought to the meeting gifts for patients at the state •hospital. The next meeting will be_ a guest party at the home of Mrs. Bernard Hall, 3100 East Broadway. NEAH CLUB PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Dick Early entertained members of the Neah club and their husbands at the annual Christmas party with a ham supper held in the recreation room. Following the meal, the assistant hostess Phyllis Wray was in charge of entertainment. During the briot business meeting plans were made for a First Aid instructor to speak at a future meeting. Those present were Mr., and Mrs. Bill Reed, Wayne Miller, Bud Zartman, Lowell Hoehne, Cliff Wray, Lee Hoehne, Raymond Zart- rr.an, Claude Williams and Dick Early. BARGAINS IN COLD WAVES Lanolin Oil Permanents Including Hair Cut FOR ONLY ^'4.95 Hours: 13:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. No Appointment Nucestary LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP Closed All Day Wednesday 5th and Broadway OVIR BAILEY'S Cutest House and Dorm Pet5; in town... our Scuffs Red ond Blue Shearling • -V " * **£*si^ $3.99 $2.99 WEDNESDAY-THIJRSDAY-FRIDAY GIFT SPECIALS Luxury Cloth Coats with Mink Collars Regular $100 $ 88 . i She'll thrill with pleasure to receive one of these Coats of Superb Fabrics—Couturiere designed — Expertly tailored, with detachable fur collars. IMPORT] D WOOLEN Tweed Coats Worth $49.95 33 Brand new Coats — in wonderful tweeds, plushes a,nd Zibalane, in black— red— blue— toast. Many styles including the three-quarter coat. FAMOUS ANGELO COATS $75 to $79.95 Valus $ Pink and Black leather , N ond M Widths Also children's sizes—Leather scuff with back elastic. Blue and Red. Packable, practical and so playful! Wonderful to slip into after a busy campus or career day. Choose them in the newest fashion colors—ond jhe'll have funl 307 fourth titrMt 66 The famous hand tailored coats by Mr. Angela we believe these to be one of the finest coats in the market. RAIN OR SHINE All Weather Coats Worth $17.95 $ 11 Tweeds and checks, many with milium .lining — belts and hats to match—sizes 8 to 18 and 38 to 42. * I I it I % \ I \ \ 'i I I \ 11 'i 11 : 1 'i il i« Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven An idea! gift—therti is a table or lamp to fit your budget 1 at Wiler's. These are a very few of the terrific selection at H. Wiler's. CONVENIENT TERMS TWIN FLEX FLOOR LAMP Adjustable to offer a soft conversational light or to serve two reading areas at once. Pink and White. $14.95 Drop Leaf Table Regardless of the size of your dining area, this rich mahogany drop leaf table <t*QQ CA will suit your needs.T** * •**" Mersman Step Table In walnut, you may use thi» table singly or with other matching tables. A qual- d'Irt QC ity table at only 3> • * • * •* DINETTE TABLE Fine design at last in a practical formica top dinette table. Adjustxjbla from 36" to 60". In black, tan, grey. pink. WITH 4 CHAIRS $79.95 LT? CARD TABLE Wonderfully sturdy. Tho table with 1,000 uses. In red, grey, green, tan. Chairs to match available at $5.95 SNACK TABLES For buffets, TV dinners, or 03 bedside table. In attractive white, bronze, black, brass. ALUMJNU'M PICNIC TABU A real find in an original gift. Lightweight, attractive, folds to a mere nothing for easy storage. 27x60 30x72 $10.95 $21.95 4 IN RACK $9.95 CONVENIENT TERMS TABLE LAMP The new table lamp with pottery base. One of many. $11.95 CHILDREN'S CARD TABLE A play table, an eating table, sturdy ond practical. $11.95 WITH 2 CHAIRS MODERN DESK Sleek lines, generous storage. An addition every home needs. In limed oak, walnut, mahogany. $49.95 Mark** At Fourth

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