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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune "THE LOST DOLL," AN OPERETTA, PRESENTED BY WASHINGTON PUPILS Washington PTA convened Tues-j day at the school at which time the Christmas program, a one act Christmas operetta, "The Lost Doll," was presented>by the students of grades one and two. Reverend Eugene Grater of the Helm street Church of God presented the Christmas message, and refreshments were served by the fourth grade mothers. The play was presented by the following cast: Young Mother, Cynthia Carroll; Doris, the daughter, Sue Ellen Laymen; Floorman, Walter Joe Reed; Personal Shopper, Monica St. Vincent School To Present Yule Program Friday St. Vincent school will present the annual Christmas program for the school children Friday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock at the school. "Why the Chimes Rang", a Christmas legend, will be presented by the seventh and eighth grades. The cast includes: Narrator, Dennis Gilman; Maria, Kathleen Perry; Harriet, Mary Dexter; Emmanuel, James Rozzi; Dame Hurlebaus, Penelope Jones; Be jy 1 ' ,. . . . . . ;her three children, Theresa Grim- Shoppers - .(obert Johns ton, | , A ^ Mador , na , and San . Pamela Hettir.gcr, Linda Douglas, 5,_ ";„".% Karen Timberman, Diana Anders, Priscilla Quillen, Kathy Hahn, Barbara Best. James Mackey, Barbara Jones, Leona Petrocchi, Joe Streavel, Steven Beeler, Russell Toothman, Jay Drummond, Catherine Eikelburner. Blocks — Michael Lyons, Steven Williamson, Donald Swisher, Billy Sanders, Dennis Grogg, Billy . Brown 1 , Richard Dunkin, Virgil Kaley, Steven Humphrey, Kenneth Woodward. Bows and Bells—Sue Miller, Leah Douglas, Becky Burkett, Janet Hardy, Mary Chapman, Diane Drummond, Mary Diets, Vicki Gibson, Eloise MacElheny. Peppermint Canes—Robert Burkett, Wayne Ball, John Boehme, Thomas Groninger, Michael Odom, Walter Streavel, Thomas Vernon, Edgar Woolen. Bears—Dennis Cotner, (Father), Marilyn Powell (Mothe'r), Robert Hines, (Baby), Robert Galbreath, Robert Kesser, Lee Roy Kent, (Goldilocks). Donald Vernon, Pamela Grogg, Ihe Burgomaster, Patrick O'Connor; Doctor, Robert Bauer; crowd speakers, Robert Kleifgen, Patricia Perrone, Kathleen Dunn, Sandra Pfaff. Kathleen Shannon, Thomas Finnell. Jane Wheatley, Dennis Gilman; beggar, Ronald Corso; monks, William Madonna, John Con-ad, Patrick Medland, William Pfaff; student director, Gary Tuberty; lights, Patrick O'Connor; properties, Patrick Burgess. The Christmas story will be portrayed with music and tableau by the children of the fourth and fifth grades. Members of the program are; Our Lady, Rita Corcoran; Saint Joseph, David Fettig; the Three Kings, Robert Wolf, Michael Moore, and Lawrence Baker; the Shepherds, .Laurel Marocco 50th ANN1VERSAY DECEMBER 22 TIPTON SCHOOL PRESENTS HOLIDAY PROGRAM, "CHRISTMAS EVERYWHERE' A three-part play, "Christmas Everywhere," was presented Tuesday afternoon by the first three grades of Tipton school at the annual Christmas program. Charles Fissel, Doreen Steinmarv, James Caiaway, Chuck Massey, Rita Wildermuth, David lies, Theresa Ross, Patricia Murphy, Mary Jane White, Pat Myers, Jean Mar_ Pete Carr, director, accompan- chal _ Joe Means and SaUjr Rom . led the group at the piano. Participating were: on stage— Maureen Gale, Michael Gellmger, bold, Choral Speaking Group — Who Richard Callaw/ay, Kenneth Holley,' read the Christmas Story from MR. AND MRS. ELMER EYTCHESON, of Fulton, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at their home with a family dinner at noon. v Open house will be held in their home for friends and relatives from 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The couple has spent most of their lives in and around Fulton. Mr. Eytcheson, who is 70 years of age, has been a Fulton school bus driver for nearly 40 years. His wife is 67 years old. Elmer Eytcheson and Donna Marsh were married December 19, Peggy Irwin, Terry Helvie, Thomas Blackman, John Carruthers, Kathryn Alien, Billy Corn, Clyde O'Dell, Tommy Simons, Paul Sisson, Yvonne Stulwell, Bea Myers, Richard Somers and Tommy McPherson. Singers: Kathy Ross, Donald Berry, Barbara Toons, Cheryl Clayton, Jennifer Willet, Susie Cappoli, Nancy DuBois, Josephine Watts, Marcia Bogard, Jimmy Hardy, Dave Yerkes, Mike Zimmerman, Lynn Rombold, Pat Savini, Jill Leonard, George Fellers, Stephen Beachler, Billy Lapches- Tones' and Thomas Pan- 1907, al Ihe Fulton EUB parsonage with Ihe Reverend J. W. Haim" Ada Pasquale and Michael Meyers; narrator, Linda Shook; properties, Thomas Pasquale and Terry Brummett. The donkey was made by Marilyn Quirk and Maureen McGwin. officiating. The couple has three children, Mrs. Ruth Masterson,~Fulton; Ernest, of El Paso, Texas; and Mrs. Olive K. Brown, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. There are also seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Candles-Barbara Jones, Kathy Members of the Home and School Hahn, Mary Hinkle, Anna Wilson, Association will prepare refresh- Claudia Williamson/Diana Anders,' ments after the Program. The chil- Barbara Besl, Leona Petrocchi,: dren wil1 then ' receive their gifts Marilyn Wilson. Christmas Trees -Robert Johnston, Larry Gabbard, Steven Beeler, Jay Drummond, Joe Streavel, Russell Toothman, Gary Collins, James Mackey. Dolls— Linda Douglas, Marilyn ^ickman, Karen Timberman, Dix- 'ie James, Catherine Eikelburner, Priscilla Quiller;, Margaret Williamson, Deborah Kingery, (The Lost Doll). Jigging Sambos — Robert Myers, David Klinck, Terrell Wagner, Larry Woolen, Raymond Fvossi, Robert Ronald Oldham, Johnson, Douglas Cain, Peter Riggle, Gregory Everson, Richard Allen, Floyd Jordan. Shop Girls— ParneJa Hettinger, Vicki Gibson. Wassail Bowl To Precede Dinner Altrusa club members will be served from a Wassail Bowl Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at .Ihe home of Ellouise DeGrief, 216 Nineteenth street, preceding the annual Chrislmas dinner al the Ben Hur. o£ candy from Henry 'Ricci. Special guests will include Monsignor John P. Schall, Father Edward Matuszuk, Officer W. W. Fye. School will be closed for the vacation after the program. Fidelity Chapter Holds Initiation At Yuletide Session Fidelity Chapter No. 58, Order of Eastern Sliar, met for a called meeting Tuesday evening in the Masonic Temple. A white Christmas tree stood in the East behind- an open Bible, and a '.arge poinsettia plant was in the west. Initiation was held followed by remarks from the Worthy Matron Margaret Haddock Clara Minnick and the new mem-j \A/r/™ i_i n _]• bers. An invitation was red from Wbb Hears KeadmgS; Ivy chapter at North Manchester The Margaret Haddock Wesleyan j t 0 a rcC ept ! .on on January B at Service Guild of the Market streeti7 ; 3o p.m. Members are asked to Methodist church met in thejsend Chrislmas and Cheer Cards church parlors for their regular; to Grace Enoch who is now a bed Matlhew and Luke! Susan Altmyer, Suzanne Zimmerman, Pamela Ca'ppoli, Mike Savini, Edna Lytle Linda Harbert, Shirley Clark, Bar Wednesday Evening, December 18, 1957. Valton Literary ~lub Hears Carols -i English, Spanish Mrs. Robert Cole sang Christ- nas carols in English and Span- sh at Ihe Tuesday afternoon meet- ng of the Walton Literary club at he home of Mrs. R. M. Kaiser, er in North Manchester with the Mary Logan Weds B. Bechtelheimer A double ring ceremony was read at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon when Mrs. Mary C. Logan, of Walton, and Royd Bechtelheimer, of Flora, were married at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Russell V. BollinK- Mrs. Charles Leffert, president, was in charge of the holiday meeting. Mrs. J. E. Duckworth and former officiating. Mrs. Earl Paige led the pledges. White poinscltias and a Christmas tree provided a setting for Ihe rites, music for which was Mrs. Keith Kinney read the secre- ..... tary's report and Mrs. John Evans.iBcchlelhenr.er. the Ireasurer's account. Mrs. Paul Reed was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Verne Conn reported on the New Junior Literary club and announced that Captain Kelley of the .! I furnished by Mr. and Mrs. John The bride was attired in a dress : of blue with pink and black acces- ' sorics and a corsage of pink carnations. Her pearl jewelry was a gift of the bridegroom. Guests were immediate families of the couple. A reception follow- Bunker Hill Air Base will speak] c ' d , he ccremony at the January meeting. Mrs. Thomas Swanlner gave three Christmas stories. "The Le- bara Fellers, Gail Taylor, Tommy : gend of the Three Wise Men's Vernon. Vickie Price, Ir.ez McCray, Gifts." "Why The Chimes Rang" Ida Stanlon, Sharon Hunt, Gather-! and "A Ride in My Wagon." Infirmary Hosted BV Tau Phi Lambda Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda. .Supreme Forest Woodine Kuhn, Bobby Trainer, Dennis! Mrs. Robert Cole gave two vo-jmen's circle, entertained at the Pownell, Nancy lies and Eugene Somers. "CHRISTMAS IN THE HOME" was given by grade 2—Mary Thim- ler, Ann Talmadge teachers, with the following cast: Mother—Nancy McMinn Father—Rickie Smith, ka, Nancy Cook, Kathy Edwards, Santa-Chuck Waddups, Children: Karen Watson, Freddy Vernon, Debby Pitman, Trudy Taylor, John Smith, Ann Moore, Nancy McCormick, Nancy Winters and Danny Marchal. The Bible' Christmas Story by Mrs. Wilkinson's third grade and Miss Brummel's Ihird and fourth grades included: Mary—Georgetta Hensell, Joseph —diaries Wissinger, Angels: Rebecca Elder, Brenda Turnpaugh, Gordon. Officers gave gifts to the i Donna Sue Hopper, Donna Gelling- Worlhy Matron and Patron andjer, Patty McPherson, they in turn gave their officers gifts. The next meeting will be on January 7. Eel HDCIub2 Installs Officers At Christmas Meet A ' Christmas party and turkey dinner were featured by the Eel township Home Demonstration Jerrie Joe Burkhart, Tommy Drudge, Sue Ann Cook, Luanna Foust, Karen Chell. Linda Kay Bell and Mary Davis. cal selections, "The Holy City"|cass counly Infirmary Sunday at and " IWonder as I Wander," accompanied by Mrs. Donald Hin'.on. Christmas carols wore sung by the group with Minnie Sarig at the piano. The singing of "Silent Night" closed the meeting. the annual Christmas party. Santa Glaus, with his clown helpers, presented all with candy, apples and a personal gift. Towels, wash cloths and pillow cases were presented to the Infirmary. Assisting the hostess were Jles- A. Dutch- Chorus: Judy Hinkle, Betty Hum- we « fe' lve n as favors. erickhouse, Joan Lytle, Joe McFat-j ridge, Kenneth Ruffner, Charlene Pancjni, Sandra Perfetto, Johnny James, Elmer Vaughan, Mike Marchal, Timmy Sweet, Bobby Jones, A card was read from Mrs. Jolmi The Cuss counly Ramblers and Mummert, of California, a form-:their families provided entertainer member, and were served. Miniature Christmas corsages refreshments'monl from 3 to 5 p.m. Cub Scouts jof Der; 5 provided favors. Refresh- Shepherds: Wayne Oram, Tom my Cappoli, Mark Edwards, Tommy Watson, Rar.dy Forgey, Wise Men: Larry lies, Donald Yerkes, Bobby Pitman. Travellers to Bethlehem: Jerry Corn, Eddie Stillwell, Judy Flowers, Frank Smith. Chorus: Eddie Burkhart, Debbie Beachler, Hal Dingeldine, Joyce Martin, Steve Williams. Bill Burgman, Mary Fissel, BUI Vernon, Sharon Beckman, Terry Gish, Dick Ross, Mike Harris, David Jones, Billy Grigsby, Glinda Langston, Steven Ellars, Elvira Emerson, Billy Allen, Marilyn Clem, Pam Sectarian 1 , June Caldwell, Terry Corso, Sharon Brent, James Dunkle, Karen Kay Dailey, James Bechdol, David Sisson, Clyde Cody and Vickie Campbell. 2 Tuesday noon at the Mary Taylor Kathy Sweet Jo Elth 25 members and two ^n Fettig. Tommy Stillwel Rich- ess and Mrs. Leff Guests were Mrs. 3. L. Stroup, president of tho Cass County Federation of Clubs, Mrs. Co!e and Mrs. Hinton. Additional Society On Pase 14 mcnts of ice cream and cup cakes were served. Sue Ann Viney To Wed Danny Titus Mr. ami Mrs. Paul A. Vincy, of 32.) Michael street, announce the engagement of their daughter. Sue Ann, to Danny Ciark Titus, son of Mrs. Helen Titus. 1617 Spear street. No wedding date has been set. The bridegroom-elect is a 1357 graduate of the local high school and is employed by Paul's Standard Service Station, city. meeting, Tuesday. The meeting was opened by the reading of the poem,' "The Legend of Befana," read by Mabel Eshelman. Devotions were given by patient at the Masonic Home in Franklin, Indiana. AH Masons and their families are invited to the New Years Eve Party. The Christmas parly for carols were sung. Christmas! a u children of Masons will be held The program on Evangelism was given by Mrs. H. H. Hashberger, and the Christmas story, "The Other Wise Man," was given by the Rev. Hashberger. Arrangements were completed for Ihe Chrislmas party for a ward at the State hospital. January is Guild month and sev- Appropriale holiday music will;;: I eral activities were planned for provided for the Ihree-course meal, to be served at 7:15 o'clock and entertainment will be provided following the dinner. ! the month: leaflets, "The employ° ; nserted in the ' THE REAL SIMMONS •HOLLYWOOD (UP) - Actor Richard Simmons stars on CBS- TV as "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon" and wears a vivid scarlet jacket, blue breeches trimmed with yellow, a tan campaign hatj regular church bulletin on the first Sunday of January, also the Guild will sponsor a fund for the Rev. Saturday at 2 p.m. Public Installation of officers by Tipton and Orient Lodges will be held Monday night, Dec. 30, and the Commaridery Installation will be on Monday night, December 23. The Worthy Matron invited all to the Dining Room for a Christmas Party and exchange of gifts. Refreshments were served at tables decorated in greenery and pine cones „ and Mrs. Tetsuo Kobayashi of Tok-l Minnick. ble Treasures" were given each member by the Worthy Matron and Worthy Palron Mr. and Mrs. Lisle al devotions were given by .Mrs. Pearl Tikfer after which Mrs. Ruth Logan read "Keepers of the Inn" and "The Little Black Lamb" as Christmas carols were sung in tho background. A gift exchange was enjoyed after which Mrs. Edith Zieg installed the following officers: Mrs. Fern Ward, president; Mrs. Ada Hedrick, secretary; Frankie Kir.-neman, treasurer. Mrs. Faye Martin, vice-president-elect, was unable to attend, and Mrs. Esther Jamison, project leader, took her place in the candlelight ceremony. The meeting closed with the .Lord's Prayer. Hostesses were .Mrs. Pearl Tikfer, Mrs. Agnes • Shanteau, Mrs. Merle Bethke. and Mrs. Martha Drompp. DU PONT GETS DELAY CHICAGO (UP) — The E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co. has been granted an indefinite dela; in f:l- ing its reply to a government proposal for the firm's disposal of its ard Simons, 'Shirley Hoover, I slock in General Motors Corp. " yo, Japan, for a school bus lo pre- venl children from accident. A committee of Eileen Hill, Lulu Bishop, and Mabel Eshelman were appointed to purchase a table, chair and coal rack for the fi£- •with gold stripes shiny brown; leenth slreet entrance of the boots and black fur gloves, "i church. Refreshments wer« served have only one loud sport jacket in at decoraled lables carrying the my wardrobe," Simmons said, "but I rarely wear it. It makes me fell conspicuous." Christmas motif. Hostess were Lulu Bishop, Lillian HinHe and Edna Trueb. THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-llthSt. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daity, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. 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