Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 17, 1957 · Page 22
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 22

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 17, 1957
Page 22
Start Free Trial

Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tarriar Minter Weds In Wisconsin Rites Saturday Afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Minter, 700 Sunset Drive, announce the marriage of their daughter, Tamar, to Robert Dietrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armbuster of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Clarence Dietrich, of Denver, Colorado. The single ring ceremony took place Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the Garden Home Evangelical Lutheran church at Milwaukee with the Rev. E. C. Pankow officiating. Mary Lewis and Howard Lewis of Milwaukee, attended the couple. For her wedding the bride wore a steel blue nubby silk suit with black accessories and a corsage of yellow Mandolay roses. The matron of honor attended in if a pink and black tweed suit wi black assessories with a corsage of pastel pink roses. 50 Employes Enjoy Yule Dinner Party Montgomery Ward employes, their wives and husbands, gathered at Purccll's Cafe Monday evening for the annual Christmas dinner party with 50 attending. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Renkenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Usery, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt, Mr. and Mrs. Peters, Mr. and Study Club Stages Festive Party At Nowviskie Home , ., ,, i Mrs Rosella Nowviskie, as/fist- Mrs. Albright, Mr. and Mrs. Me- £<[ b y Mr - Vera Grusenmever Closkey, Mr. and Mrs. Nuter, Mr. and Mrs. Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. Kesler, Mr. and Mrs. Cook, Mr. and Mrs Cree, Mr. and Mrs. Carruthers and Mr. and Mrs. Donley, Also, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Burns, Mrs, Porter, Mrs. See, Mrs. Gulp, Mr.' Bloyer, Mr. Nice, Mr. Harmon. Mr. Crane and Mr. Baublit. Dinner was served in the dining room where streamers, tinsel and were used in the decorations. SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesday 8 p.m.—Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, Masonic Temple. Wednesday 10 a.m.—Metea Baptist Missionary society, at church. 11:45 a.m.—Washington township, Carroll county HD club, Mrs. Glenn Fouts. Koon—Dorcas class, Main street Methodist church, Mrs. Dwight Crook. Noon—Friendship class, Market street Methodist church, at church. 1:30 p.m.—WSCS, Bethel Methodist church, Mrs. Ethel Banta. 1:30 p.m.—Clinton township HD club, Mrs. John Justice. gift exchange was round the Christmas The mother of "the bride chose ! S ames were also held ' a blue knit suit with black acces-j sorics and the groom's mother chose a light blue and white knit with black accessories. Both wore corsages of lavender mums. Following the wedding, a dinner and reception was held at the home of the groom's parents for members of the immediate families. Following a short wedding trip north the couple will reside at 4114 N 22nd sireet, Milwaukee The bride attended Logansport High school and was employed until recently at Docges of Milwaukee. Her husband attended Boy's Tech high school of Milwaukee served for two years with the Army and is now employed at Garfield Chevrolet, Milwaukee. Society Mental Culture club will meet wi'h Mrs. Mame Castle Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home, 129 Wheatland avenue. Members are asked to bring a gift for exchange. The Blessed Virgin Sodality met at St. Joseph school recently for .a regular business meeting and a panel discussion. The topic con•earned dating and going steady. Father Vernon answered several .questions for the panel. ; December 22 is the next Communion Sunday for the Sodality. ;Those present at the meeting were Linda Bridenbaugh, Suzanne Scagnoli, Jane and Judy Koons, Nancy and Kathy Wiler, Barbara Jones, Frances Gagliano, Susan Rit'en- house, Anne ChLsholm, Jane Cooke, Karen Moss, Anna Marie Lain? and Connie OMham. The Cheerful Helpers class of the- Broad-.vay EUB church will ir.eet Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock for a carry-in Christmas supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Huffman, 1901 North street. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. The WSCS of the Clymers Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange. Si. Ann study club of St. Vincent church will meet with Mrs. Ed Murphy, 810 Spear street, Thursday evening at So'clock for a Christmas dinner and a 25-cent gift exchange. Members- are also .asked to bring a secret pal gift. Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, Supreme Forest. Woodmen's circle, will hold a Christmas party jointly with Ivy Grove 41 Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Virginia Shanks. Members are asked to hrin" food for the basket and a $1 gift. ^ Ths Bethlehem Presbyterian Wo. men's Association will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock a 1 the home of Mrs. Frank Myers with Mrs. Dorothy Hammond assisting. Roll call will be answered wi'.h a verse on love. There will be a 25-cent gift exchange. Columbia school executive com- irittee will meet Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the school. Clymers PTA will meet Thurs- day'evening at 7 o'clock at the school for a Christmas party for the children. Josephine Homback, 2010 George • : street, will be hostess to the St. Rose of Lima study club at a Christmas party Wednesday even- ir.g. A covered dish dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock. GIA Social club*will meet Thurs- 'day afternoon' at 12:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Vivian Grow, 204 ••Eel River avenue, for a Christmas dinner and gift exchange. entertained the Infant Jesus of Prague study, club of St. Joseph church Monday evening at the annual Christmas party. Christmas decorations were featured throughout the entertaining rooms. Punch and festive cake and cookies were served to guests on arrival. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Phyllis Cal- iipo, Mrs. Mary Margaret Leslie, Mrs. Delores Alberts and Mrs. Joan Mucker. Christmas carols were played throughout the evening. A framed picture of the Infant Jesus of Prague, hand-embroidered by Mrs. Doris Green, was presented to past president, Mrs. Carol Dwyer. A gift exchange was enjoyed after which refreshments were served from a white linen covered table centered with angels and choir boys flanked by red tapers. Each place was marked with vari-colored b'ells. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Mucker. Lawrence Smiths Feted On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Smith, route 1, Camden, were honored at a surprise party Sunday afternoon, celebrating their 40th wedding an- ,niversary. The event was given by their l:» p.m.-Harrison township HD da ^ hte l ^/^Turnpau'gh as- club, Lucerne school. =1 _. . _'.. . 1:30 p.m.—Miami Baptist Missionary society, Mrs. Ada Fatten. MYSTERY PAL CLUB The Mystery Pal club held a Christmas party with Mrs. L, R. Allison as hostess at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Hunter, 819 Eighteenth street. Thursday evening. The Christmas dinner was served with baskets of Christmas candy being given as favors The table was centered with candelabra holding tall lighted tapers. Following the meal a short business meeting was held with the following officers being re-elected: Mrs. Hollie Jones, president; Mrs. Herman Bauer, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. C. R. Martin, reporter, and Mrs. W. F. Morton, vice-president. Mystery pals were revealed and gifts exchanged. Highlighting the meeting was the club's birthday pal, Mrs. George Etchesoh, of Milwaukee, whp attended the 1 meeting and was honored. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. C. Martin, 610 Wheatland Bonnie Coleman and Mary Louise Mr Robinson was born in Jas , per Fersmger. .county, Feb. 14, 1891. His- parents A buffet luncheon was served to were Ha and Annabel]e Sny . he following guests: Mr. and Mrs., d Robinson . The fami i y 3uy Moore, Earl Hiciiter, of Pe- 1 ru, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wakeman, Bonnie Wakeman, Rev. and Mrs. Glen lampton, Bonnie Coleman. Mary x>uise Persinger, Mr. and Mrs. Don Turr.paugh, city. AWARD 4-H The Onward Do or Me 4-H club met at the high school with election of officers being held. They are as follows: President, Mariana rlopper; Vice President, Bonita rlelvie; Secretary, Rosellen Reute- juch; Treasurer, Janelle Hopper; Reporter, Joyce Reed; Health am: Safety Leader, Ronnie Frantz; Recreation Leaders, Bonnie Wil son, Peggy Hendrick; Song Leaders, Judy Turnpaugh, Dianna Douglass; Devotional Leaders Sandra Clem, Tamera Hopper. The next regular meeting wil be January 22 "with Bonita Helvie ANOKA FRIENDSHIP The Anoka World Friendship of Girls met Thursday evening at the •home of Carol and Jane Keener. The lesson, "Christian Witnessing in Japan," was led by Karen Reed and was closed with a sentence prayer by each girl. - Gifts were brought to be sent to .a patient at the State hospital. A •lunch was served by_ the hostesses. DR.O.L.BRAUN FOOT AILMENTS Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Offico:ll4 North St. 4OGANSPOKT PHONE 3330 Wednesdays & Fridays 9 to 4 Read the Classified Ads sisted by Mrs. Karl Wakeman, Associate Tri Kappa Entertains Children Associate chapter of Tri Kappa sorority sponsored a party for the Crippled Children's 1 society Sun- Entertainment was provided by Janis Sharp of Deer Creek township, Christmas accordion music; George CtJreu, clown acts and Lu Ann Hubenthal, route 4, baton twirling .. Peppermint Motif Used At Lioness Club Holiday Party Mrs. Rex Hunter, 2804 Stadium Drive, entertained the Lioness club day afternoon at the Shrine club, 'at a dessert and Christmas exchange Monday evening at her home. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Christmas cloth and decorated irc a "peppermint" motif with candy canes Dave Thomas portrayed Santa i and red elves marking the decor. Claus and presented the children with Christmas stockings donated by the Shrine club and filled by Mr. Ottinger. The Junior Sunday School class of the Bethlehem Presbyterian church presented the children gifts. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ottinger and Mr. Stark. Oscar Robinson Rites At Monticello Set At 1:30 Wednesday MONTIOEJXO — Rites will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Methodist church here for Oscar Robinson, prominent city resident who died at his home, 514 North Illinois street early Monday. He was 66. Rev. Gilbert L. Piker will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Riverview cemtery. Friends may call Ett the Smith and Aufenberg Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Tuesday. The body will be moved to the church at noon Wednesday and will lie in state for one hour. He was married Nov. 9, 1913,; was a member of the St. Joseph at Glasgow, Montana to Nancy j Catholic church and the Holy Price. They came to Monticello Name society. ENTERTAIN VETERANS Red Cross, volunteers traveled ;o Marion Veterans hospital, Marion, recently, to entertain the patients in Building 16. This building louses approximately 160 patients on three floors. Refreshments of punch, cookies, and candy were furnished by the Main street Methodist church and Christmas nut cups were made by the Junior class of the Bethlehem Presbyterian church. Music for dancing and group singing was provided by Alyce Gilbert at the piano, Glenn Gilbert, drums, Harold Keener, saxophone and George Carew, trumpet. Volunteer workers attending were Gay Kantzer, Betty Elliott, Eve Farrer, Doris Parker, Norma Parker, Gerry Rearick, Vera Gust, and Mary Martin. Anyone interested' in volunteering their services for this work is asked to call Mrs. Martin, at 6370. They 31 years ago. For 25 years he operated a service station at the corner of Marion and Main streets that his father built. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nancy Robinson; three children, Donald D. Robinson, Ft. Wayne; Mrs. Dorothy Beyers, Monticello; and Mrs. Joy Millions, Delphi; one Brother, Dr. Charles Robinson, Marshall, Mich, and two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Ward of Rensselaer and Mrs. Sylvia Price, Monticello; and 10 grandchildren. Personals Mr, and Mrs. Earl Louderbach, of Fulton, spent Sunday in Chicago visiting the latter's aunt, Grace Downs, ward S-522, Billings hospital. Drs. Leo Cahalan, S. F. Gaynor and C. E. Thomas attended a joint meeting of the North Western Indiana and Wabash Valley Veterin- j ary Medical Associations at the Ben Hur recently. to Monticello when he was 11 years old. Peppermint ice creani, candy and cakes were served. Mrs. John Strey presided at the silver service. Mrs. Robert Nickel read portions of "The Other Wise Man" by Henry Van Dyke. Christmas carols were sung and a gift exchange enjoyed. The committee assisting Mrs. Hunter included Mrs. James White, Mrs. Strey, and Mrs. Holland Johnson. The next meeting, January 20, will be the election, of officers. Rites on Thursday For Reynolds Man REYNOLDS - Rites will be held here at St. Joseph Catholic church at 10 a.m. Thursday for Henry Thomas Baumer of Reynolds who died Monday at a Lafayette hospital after an illness of 2'/4 months. He was 66. A Rosary service will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. at tho Smith and Aufenberg Funeral Home in Monticello. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery, Reynolds. Mr. Baumer was born July 22 1891, at Hammond. His parents were Henry and Veronica Camp Baumer. He never married. He 26 Attend Meeting Of Progressive Club Twenty-six members of the Woman's Progressive club convened at the home of Mrs. Mabel Timmons Monday afternoon with the president, Mrs. Pearl Jones, open ing the meeting. Salutes'to the flag were led by Mrs. Will Cappel and Mrs. Blanche Skinner prior to the collect given by Mrs. Blanche Stroup. Following roll call Mrs. Mae Fisherbuck gave the secretary's report. Miss Amelia Hartz was voted as a new member and cards were sent to shut-in members. "Thoughts of Christmas" was given by Mrs. Pearl Jones anc Mrs. Mamie Canfield read the Christmas story from the Bible "Christmas Day in the Morning' by Mrs. Richmond was read by Mrs. Lenna Easterday prior to Mrs. Blanch Fergus reading a poem. Carols were sung and an exchange held. "Happy Birthday' was sung by Mamie Smith anc refreshments served by the hostess and her assistant, Mrs. Geneva Personette. Tuesday Evening, December 17, 1937. Give Changes In Intangible Tax Payment Cass county residents will use 1958 intangible tax stamps to. pay their 1957 intangible tax on stocks and bonds as a resuU of a 1957 amendment to the Intangibles Tax Jaws, according to a joint announcement Tuesday by County Treasurer Clarence Settlemyre and County Assessor J. Stewart Buchanan. The 1957 amendment completely changed the method of paying intangible tax on stocks and bonds, the county officials pointed out. They quoted from a letter sent to them by Earl Cummings, administrator of the Intangibles tax division, to explain the new method of payment. "Under existing lav/ and the 1957 amendments to the Intangible Tax laws, the 1957 intangiiies lax on listed securities are not this procedure be followed. "County assessors a;; in prcviou's years may compute intangibles tax . For and during t.he calendar year 1958 there has been no change in method of payment of tax except as above stated." The 1957 intangibles tax on listed securities, it paid through the use of intangible tax stamps, should be affixed to lorm No. 42, r.A in previous years. The 1958 stamps will go on sale January 1 at the treasurer's office. The 1957 stamps can be exchanged at his office between .January 1 and January 20 for 1958 stamps. Two Purdue Scientists Reveal Unique Method Of Soil Erosion Study CHICAGO (UP) — Two Purdue University research scientists revealed today !iow they accomplished the equivalent of 15 years work in two years ol! soil erosion study with a device that makes artificial rain. Donald Meyer, an agricultural engineer, and Donald McCune, soil scientists, made their report to be paid on or before June 30, ! 1958 stampsopa the at their annual . meeting. 1957 lax; and using the list mar-1 V7 -j ,, ,,,„, — ket day of December, 1957, as! Mcycr sad three ; 12*,,=. valuation day. I plots of ground were showered ! with the device to test differences "If any such annual intangible! between subsoiled, vertical Survivors include three brothers, Albert and Felix, both of Reynolds; Mathew of St. Petersburg, Fla; a sister, Mrs. Clara Dollick, Reynolds; three nephews, Albert Dolick, Jr. of Kentland; and William and Robert Dolick, both At 1 Reynolds. Confiscates Jhree Throwing Knives Three double-edged throwing knives in a sheath, which we're found on a local 16-year-old boy Monday night, were confiscated by Don Armstrong, local probation officer. Armstrong warned that such "articles are illegal to carry as concealed weapons and that they will bo seized whenever they are found. The boy was one of three picked up on suspicion in the investigation of the armed robbery at the Mar-Jo-Wood motel Saturday night. The proprietor said they were not the ones who committed the crime, however. Observe Anniversary Of Successful Flight By Wright Brothers NEW CASTLE ('UP)—A simple ceremony at the birthplace of | ... . . _ Wilbur Wright today marked MlSSing AT WHO'S NEW CLUB Who's New club held their regular meeting Friday afternoon in the YWCA parlors and dining room. In the absence of the president the meeting was conducted by Mrs. Joe Brubaker, program chairman. Mrs. Brubaker introduced the guests for the day, Mrs. Anna Fernosky, Mrs. Barbara Phillips, Mrs. Polly Rich and Mrs. Margaret Lutz and Mrs. Dorothy Hoiden. Mrs. Gay Kantzer introduced Mrs. Lawrence Carrey of Macy, Ind., who gave a talk on her book, "Stork Feathers." The meeting was turned over to Mrs. Nan Obencnam who explained flower arrangements and demonstrated Christmas centerpieces. A gift exchange was held and members sang carols with Mrs. Margaret Welhorn at the piano. Refreshments were served a* tables decorated in the holiday motif. Hostesses included Mrs. Patty Montgomery, Mrs. Mary Jox Mel ody, Mrs. Pat Coolidge and Mrs. Katherine Bush. . is sold or otherwise disposed of at any time during the calendar year 1958, such intangible shall have an actual value for intangible tax purposes, equal to the value thereof on such market day as of the day of sale or other disposal, and the 1958 tax and all other past due mulched or untreated land. The water runoff and the soil it contained were examined to determine the most efficient planting techniques. The two scientists said their as yet uncompleted study provided them with as much information as intangible taxes must be paid as | could have been gained by a 15-to- in the past. It is imperative thatj20 year study of natural rainfall. man's first successful power flight into space. It was on Dec. 17, 1903 that Wilbur and Orville Wright lifted their flying machine skyward on the beach of Kitty Hawk, N.C. The Wilbur Wright Memorial Committee observed the anniversary of the history event at-a mon-. ument near Millville, about 10 miles east of here. • Surrenders to FBI PHOEWIX. Ariz. (UP) — Air Force Sgt. David Dwyer, a native of Lafayette, fnd., with an apparent longing for a mysterious Mexican hideaway, surrendered to the FBI Monday. Dwyer was listed as AWOL since ton, Va., apartment Nov. 26. They were believed enroute to "It scarcely seems possible," | an ancient Shangri-la mountain said committee chairman John A. I t op j n th e steaming Mexican Snyder, "that within man's first!" ~ ~~ • flight into space we havt made so much progress in aviation." The World's Finest Automatic Sewing Machine No Discs! No Wheels! No Caws! It Even Threads Itself BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES 318 E. Broadway 'Phone 4054 | i The Gifts They'll Adore From Your Musical Store Read the Classified Ads Masculine 14K band with 3 glowing diamonds for him. 3 shining diamonds in 14K setting for her. Perfectly matched! MOHLMAN3 jungle so he could concentrate on writing a book. Dwyer was taken into military police custody for return to Wash- _ ington. He and his wife refused i j|J to talk about their adventure. '» \» AMAZING. FASCINATING NEW WuRLllZER ELECTRONIC PIANO THE IDEAL INSTRUMENT FOR MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT, ANYTIME; ANYWHERE 1 SPECIAL PURCHASE HOODED TYROLEAN CAR COATS Open . All Day Wednesday Smarter than ever—' with gay Tyrolean embroidery. Convertible hoods are lined in Orion fleece. Jackets lined in 10 oz. quilted wool. Coat with bone buttons is of Loden fleece in charcoal, cadet blue, bankers grey, beige. Coat with toggle closing in combed Chino in beige,' red, black, white. Sizes 1Q-18. Regular $22.95 Value 18 .00 The Fashion Shop Tin Only Piano Yau Can Carry Wlfk Von »________ y|PI*a» tend complet )T information on th* gliitw. portable. Wur. Sllltur Electronic 51 Piano. B t_ i_ .; -I.. J.L. , PORTAILE . , . EAXFHONtS . . 4 Lightweight, Arc available, compact,- with when, used you carrying handle, can practice without being heard by others. 1 K A COMPLETE SHOWING OF RECORD PLAYERS » RCA Victor % SHF 6 MARK VI Mahogany $189.95 j(f Also in Maple and Light Rift Oak K $ SHF 7 MARK VII Mahogany $159.95 g 3 Also available in Maple, Walnut, Oak K * SHF 8 MARK IX Mahogany $739.95 % % Also available in Maple, Black Mink, Oak § M "5 •t Voice of Music g J TABLE MODEL 562 Mahogany or blonde $159.95 g ft Also in walnut and ebony . # £ Capital K tf 4 SPEED AUTOMATIC PORTABLE HI-FI $149.95 £ ,g 10 watt amplifier, 3 speakers,'-audio frequency 40 to f, 'I? 18,000 cycles in "Barco" leather, California Suntan, £ * California Grey. , K a Many other modes from which to choose. 45 speed K players—Multi-speed players from $29.95 t» $375.00 * Portables — Table Models — Consoles. Buy your Record Player at a Music Store. I Open Mon., Tuei., W«d., Thurs., Til 5—Frii. A Sat, <i»to 9 * Saaaa(

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free