Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 18, 1957 · Page 38
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 38

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 18, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Deaths and Funerals THOMAS Funeral services for Wilkie N. Thomas, 82, of route 3, city, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Raymond Echols officiating. Burial was in the Or.ward cemetery. FLEMING Final rites for Kenneth B. Fleming, 69, of Lake Cicott, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Fisher funeral home, under the auspices of Orient Masonic Lodge 272. The Rev. Virdan Graham officiated. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery, i WELLS Last rites for Charlotte Anna Wells, 98, of route 4, city, vail be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Chase-Miller funeral home, with the Rev. Harry Campbell officiating. Burial will be in the Bethel cemetery. Study Club Hosts Husbands At Annual Yule Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shepler, 3204 East Broadway, entertained members of Our Lady o£ Snows study club and their husbands at a turkey dinner Tuesday evening. Gues',s were served by candlelight from a punch bowl at individual tables preceding the dinner. Charades were directed by Mr. and Mrs. Don Berkshire with the former winning first prize, Joe Shepler, second, and William Stephenson, third. The women's prizes went to Mary Ellen Baker, Irene Gill and Joan Shepler. A gift exchange was. enjoyed. The committee in charge included Mrs. William Stephenson, Eleanor Spitznogle, Mrs. Pat Kroeger, Mrs. Esther Ann McMillen and Mrs. Shepler. Twenty-four members and guests were present. ZEIDER Funeral services for Arnold W. Zeider, 50, of 812 Wheatland avenue, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Fisher funeral home. The Rev. Paul Winder will officiate. Burial will be in Davis cemetery. EXPAND MONTICELLO NURSING HOME DECKER Lates rites for Roy H. Decker, 54, of 2130 Jefferson street, will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Fisher funeral home, under the auspices of Orient Masonic Lodge 272. The Rev. H. H. Hashberger will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Girl Scout News The annual Girl Scout Council Christmas party for council members and their husbands and wives was held Monday evening at Memorial Home. The theme was a "Sugar Plum" party with tables decorated in keeping with Christmas goodies, while Christmas carols were played in the background. Games and contests were enjoyed with prizes gbing to Mrs. William Perkins and Frank Folio. A musical trio with Misses Betty Flowers, Thelma Moore and Robert Smith featured modern airs. William Steinhilber led the group singing of old familiar Christmas songs, with Mrs. Perkins at the piano. Mrs. William Killion, council president served punch from a table decorated with candles and Christmas greenery. An old-fashioned turkey dinner was served. Committees were as follows: Reception Committee — Paul Bailey, George Thomas, Fred Hanna. and George Hartwick: Entertainment and table hostesses — Mrs. W. L. Dunbar; Chairman, Mrs. Eugene Odborn, MTS. William Perkins, Mrs. George Thomas, Mrs. Karl Dresler, and Mrs. John Anderson. Food Committee — Mrs. Edwin Taylor, chairman, Mrs. Martha Finney, Mrs. Kate Roberts, Mrs. Fred Estabrook, Mrs. Frank Folio, Mrs. Lucille Smith, Mrs. Forrest Kniesley, Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Mrs. Margaret Wilson, and Mrs. Ward Hamilton; Decoration Committee — Mrs. Mary Emmerd, chairman: Mrs. Cort Pherson, Mrs. Raymond Bockover, Mrs. Arthur Kitchell, and Mrs. Donald Sayger. Mrs. William Kepes was general chairman of the event. Society Division 7, CWF, of the Ninth street Christian church, will meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Helen Gifford, 1910 Spear street. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange. -*Mothers of World War 2. Unit 18, will meet for the annual Christmas supper Friday evening at 6 o'clock at Memorial home. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, table service and instead of a gift for exchange, canned food for a veteran's family. Meat, rolls and coffee will be furnished by the committee with Florence Gang- lof( as chairman. -*The Good Cheer class, of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will meet at noon Thursday for a covered dish dinner and 50- cent gift exchange at the church. -•&Spanish War Veterans, and Auxiliary will hold the annual Christmas party Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Memorial home. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange. —k- Holy Rosary study club of St. Vincent church will meet tonight at 6:30 o'clock for a covered dish supper and $1 gift exchange at the home of Flora Mordenti. The CWF of the Shiloh Congregational Christian church will hold a luncheon and gift exchange Thursday noon at the church basement. AH are asked to bring table service. Younger ladies of the church will be hostesses. Homemakers HD club will meet Thursday .evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mary Ann Mason, 2011 High street, for a Christmas party. Officers will be hostesses. Festive Luncheon Served GAR Circle Lincoln circle No. 1, Ladies of the GAR, held the annual Christmas party at Memorial home Tuesday with a luncheon served at noon. Anna Parkman presented individual favors of roses to those present, Adelia Shafer, president, conducted the business meeting, Scripture was read and officers elected. Memorial services were conducted by Susie Otto, chaplain, for Mrs. Carrie Gust, Minnie Smith and Geneva Birkenruth. The next meeting will be January 7. ONWARD LADIES AID The Ladies aid of the Onward Christian church met recently with Mrs. Ruth Widner for the annual Christmas party. Mrs. Marie LiUie, president, opened the meeting with group singing of Christmas carols. Mrs. Roberta Hedrick offered the devotions after which Mrs. Helen Zell read the secretary's report. Roll call was answered with a Scripture verse. Mrs. Adeline Price presented The Monticello Nursing Home, opened up in March ot this year by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Eastcrburg, ij le lesson, "Keeping Christmas." Mrs. Ada Cole sang "Silent Night" in Spanish and gifts were exchanged around a white tree lighted in green. Refreshments were served by Hie hostess, assisted by Mrs. Vir- Wednesday Evening, December 18, 1957. Stassen Considers Governor's Race WASHINGTON' (UP) — Harold SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday 6 p. m.—What Next class, Pres- | byterian church, at church. |E. Slassen, three-time governor of 6 p. m.—Logansport Garden club,,Minnesota, today awaited reaction YWCA. ! of Republican county chairmen in 6-30 p m-St. Rose of Lima study! Pennsylvania after announcing he club Josephine Hombach. ] was "seriously considering" ;-un- 6:30 p m.—Cheerful Helpers class, i nl "S for governor of the state. Broadway EUB church, 0. M. Response of the 67 GOP chair- Huffman. has expanded facilities for its 26 patients. A recreation room for card playing and television lias been added, and a concrete ramp to facilitate wheel chairs coming in and out, and a new office in the basement at the rear. Mrs. Edith Cooper is the supervisor. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Best Ever Class Dinner Attracts 37 Miss Marie Burkett Feted On Birthday Thirty-seven members and guests Miss Marie Burkett, daughter attended the annual Christmas!of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burkett, turkey dinner Monday evening staged by the Best Ever class at the Broadway Methodist church. Mrs. Ruby Clark, Mrs. Ethel Funk, Mrs. Alta Watts and Mrs. Clara Towns'ey were hostesses. Following the dinner, Mrs. Floyd Hyres offered the Christmas story and poems for devotions. ' Reverend Edwin LeMaster, of Indianapolis, a missionary to Africa, showed slides of the country and his work there. Rev. Raymond Echols assisted. Christmas gifts were distributed and a social hour enjoyed. KOCKFIELD UNION 1234 Chicago street; was honored 0:1 her 13th birthday with a party by her parents. Home movies and games were enjoyed with prizes going to Penny Hunter, Karen Deane, Lela Boughton and Pam Kantzer. Refreshments wore served to the following guests: the Misses Carol Apt, Linda Hosier, Karen Deane, Penny Hunter, Pat Way, Donna Jenkins, Anita Kerns, Pam Kantzer, Kathy King, Lela Boughton and Marie Burkett. Wayne Friendly Club Stages Party Meeting The Wayne Friendly club held its Christmas party at the home md Mrs. Harold Sommers. The remaining yearbooks were filled out. The candlelight installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Carl Hen-old, county president and a club member. Mrs. Roscoe Rhine assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. Gifts were exchanged around the lighted Christmas tree and secret pals revealed. A large box of gifts was collected for two persons of 7:30 p. m.—WSCS, Clymers Meth-j odist church, at church. 7:30 p. m.—Frances E. Willard class, Wheatland avenue church, Mrs. Naomi Douglas. 7:45 p. m.—American Association of University Women, Longfellow school. Thursday Noon — W o m e n's Fellowship. Crooked Creek Christian church, at church. Moon—Washington township HD club, YWCA. 30 p. m.—GIA Social club, Mrs. Vivian Grow. p. m.—-Miami township HD club, Bearss Hotel, Peru. :30 p. m.—Bethlehem Presbyterian Women's Association, Mi's. Frank Myers. p. m. — Mental Culture club, Mrs. Mame Castle ginia Reutebuch and Mrs. Helen Zell to 22 members and three guests. Mrs. Frances Standridge won the contest prize. Mrs. Ruth Widner closed the meeting with prayer the community. Guests were Mrs. Lyman Hill Mrs. Ernie Mund and Mrs. Don Douglass and son. Miss Jane Layman Bride December 21 December 21 is the wedding date set for Miss Jane Layman and Wayne Burleson, route 2, city, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burleson, Leavenworth, Kansas, according to an announcement by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Layman, 406 Helm street. The ceremony will take place at 7 o'clock in the evening at the Gospel Chapel. Read the Classified Ads at the home of Marilyn Atchesra with singing of carols opening the meeting. Mrs. Nondas Leslie, president, was in charge of the business meeting. Jo Gregg read the secretary's report, an d the lesson on Christmas was presented by Bernice Mullendore. Alta Galbreth closed with prayer. Secret pals were revealed with a gift exchange. Refreshments were served to 25 guests. The January meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Mullendore at Camden. Mrs. Chester Whybrew offered devotions in keeping with the season, the song of the month was read and other. carols sung. , A business meeting was conducted by the president, and a report of the year's activities was given by Mrs. Everett Gragg. A letter of thanks for the donation to the school for retarded children, was read. A new rule regarding gifts was decided upon and new secret pal names were drawn. Those receiving gifts for perfect attendance at club meetings and achievement day were Mrs. Gragg PUBLIC AUCTION As we are renting the farm we will sell at public auction at the farm located 2 miles west of the city limits of Logansport on State Road 24, to the Cass County Stone Co., then up the hill on north side of road (watch for auction arrows), on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1957 SALE TO BEGIN AT 1 P. M. HAY AND STRAW—600 bales more or less of good mixed alfalfa brome and timothy hay. 150 bales more or less of wheat straw. MACHINERY—1954 Oliver "77" diesel tractor on good rubber and in A-l condition; Oliver 4-row cultivators; Oliver 2-row mounted corn picker, in A-l condition; Mulkey 40-ft. double chain elevator with gas motor, PTO hook-up and drag, used very little; Roderick-Lean 8-ft wheel' disc; Int. 4-row disc corn planter on rubber; Allis Chalmers 7-ft, tractor mower on rubber, new this year; New Holland 5-bar ground driven side delivery rake on rubber; Case 13-7 grain drill on rubber; 3-section spring-tooth harrow; 2-row rotary hoe; flexible spike tooth harrow; OHver 3-bottom 16" breaking plows on rubber with radcx shares and break-back bottoms and Yetter cutters; 2-wheel trailer; Colby rubber tired wagon and bed; MW PTO hammermill on wheels with traveling belt feed table and separate supplement hopper All of the above machinery is 3 years old or less^ and is in. gooc condition. TERMS—CASH. Not responsible in case of accidents. WILCO FARMS Owned and Operated by Wilkinson & Co. Roy Crume, Auctioneer, Kokomo Ph. GL-26619 Weston Bassett, Clerk KRESGES See Our Large Selection of DOLLS FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING Slim Dolls Baby Dolls Reve'on Dolls Miss Pam Dolls Big Dolls Small Dolls Drink and Wet Dolls Dolls with Hair Extra Doll Outfits Available OPEN THURSDAY, Friday and Saturday Nights Until 9:00 »**2l*3lS!3!3lSl9t»l3**Sl»l» 422 E. Broadway BONUS Look! Look! •wm^HJffif^ if $40 BONUS CERTIFICATE WORTH $40 l '40 On any purchase of $200 or more At Mid-State TV thru Jan. 1,1958. Cash value 1-10 mill — Void with trade-in. Limit one coupon per purchase. $40 $40 fgfljjflJHfinfi^ HURRY! WHILE SELECTION IS LARGE JUST RECEIVED A TRUCK LOAD OF 1958 DUMONT TV and HI-FI Dumont New Yorker Hi-Fidelity Record Player • Fully Automatic 4 Speed Player • Fully Fidelity Amplifier • Extend Range Woofer and Tweeter Speakers. £_ _ -~ We invite comparison with any $500 Hi-Fi on A • 1 JLfl the market. Wily |||U Reg. $200.00 •with Bonus Coupon Dumont Essex 21" Television • Push Button On . _._.._ and off Reg. $379.95 • With Set & Forget Volume Control • New Interference Rejector • Exclusive Electric Fine Tuning • Hi-Fidelity Sound with Bonus Coupon MID-STATE TV SALES &APPLI. INC 112 Burlington Ave. Phone 3892 men \vase xpecied to liave heavy influence on Stassen's final decision. He wrote letters to the county chairmen last week informing them of his interest in the Pennsylvania governorship. Read the Classified Ads The Perfect Christmas Gift EXCLUSIVE AT YEAZEL'S 513 E. Broadway 'KITCHEN, . FRESH,' CANDY OUR BIGGKT WONDERLAND OF TOYSI HOBBY TOYS GAMES AND PUZZLES STUFFED TOYS BICYCLES | EDUCATIONAL TOYS MUSICAL TOYS WHEEL TOYS .WASHERS ilr DRYERS FREEZERS IT! RAN.GES L •'•RADIOS ITEIEVISION Always a welcome gift B. F. GOODRICH TIRES PLENTY OF FREE PARKING B.F.Goodrich

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