Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 3, 1957 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 3, 1957
Page 16
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PAGE SKTEBfc THE PHAKOS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3,,_M57 Announcement has been made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Mary E. Apple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marian M. Apple, of Galveston, route one, to Robert B. Kitchel, son of Edwin Kitchel, of Galveston, route' two, The wedding will takejilace Saturday, November 9th, at 6:30 p.m.; in the Galveston Baptist church. THE CARRIAGE BARN 2J7-1 tth St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors DRAPERY UPHOISTBRY ACCESSORIES 4 Bouquet For Yoor Nicest Confa/ner/ Bring in your prettiest vase, planter, epergne, cup-and-saucer or other container, and let us fill it with whatever looks most pleasing. Dry foliage and flowers Fresh flowers Living Green Plants Plastic Plants Eighth Street Florists 87 Eighth Street Convenient Parking Lillian S. Willis Bride In Rites At Yokohama/ Japan Mr. and Mrs. Dan Willis, of 2216 Jefferson street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lillian S. Willis, to Dennis L.. Cummins, of Princeton, Kentucky. The marriage took place at the Kishine Chapel Center, Yokohoma, Japan, at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of September 29. The bride wore a gown of white satin and French lace-with a fingertip veil. She carried a white Bible covered with white orchids. Bridesmaids were Rachel Cambron, of Alabama, and Pauline, Yohe, of Hanover, Pennsylvania, who wore ballerina-length gowns of blue' with white hats and white carnation bouquets. A reception was held at the Army service club following the service. The couple is residing at Yokohoma, Japan, where both are stationed with the Armed Forces. 49 Attend Golden Age Club Meeting Approximately 49 members and guests attended the regular monthly meeting of the Golden Age club held Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in the YWCA. Mrs. R. G. McCloskey, president, was in charge of the meet ing which opened with devotion; by Mrs. Clara Conrad. Several selections ware presented by Mrs. Stella Fouls-, Mrs Peg Willard and Mrs. Grace Kesser. The hostesses, Mrs. Mary Batch and Mrs. Sue Bishop served refreshments of spice cake, tea and coffee to the group. Announcement were made that the Golden Age club would be entertained, by Who's New November 8tK at 1:30 p.m. and that the annual Christmas party will be held Friday, December 6th, at 12:30 p.m. in the Y parlors, dining room and annex. Member, are to take 'a covered dish and table service. Games were played following the meeting. Members of the club art- limited to women of the communitly 6C years of age or older interested .n an evening out once a month. Ruth Circle To Have Silver Tea Mrs. Howard Washbufn, Synodi- :al President of Indiana, will speak on "Southern Mission Jchools" at the silver anniversary ea given by Ruth Circle of the Rockfield Presbyterian church Wednesday, November 13th, at 2 ).m. Any Presbyterian lady is invited to attend. Logansport LADIES' CHOICE It's a Savings Account at the National Bank. Logansport ladies like the convenience of saving here. We invite you to stop in ... look us over... and open your Savings Account For the best in service-^we are open for YOUR convenience— save Friday evening OR Saturday morning. NATIONAL BANK Broadway At Fourth Phone 4137 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation WELCOME! Miss Jane Lee Rice and Earl E. Leazenby were married October 19th at 7 p.m. in the parsonage of the Church of God. The Rev. John Geyer-read the service which united in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rice of route three and the son of Mrs. Earl Leazenby and the late Mr. Leazenby. Attending the 1 couple were Miss Ethel Leazenby, sister of the groom, and Paul Homburg, of Logansport. The bride is a graduate of Deer Creek high school and is employed at the Golden Rule while her husband, a graduate of Logansport high school, is employed in the labatory of R.B.M, They have established residence at route two Logansport. YWCA Calendar Mrs. R. Meinzer, executive secretary of the Y. W. C. A., has announced the following schedule of activities to be held in the Y this week. Monday, November 4-ffirri annex, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 5 — Junior High Record Hop, annex, 4-5:30 p.m.; Variety Club, club rooms, 3 p.m.; Mary Bethune, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 7:3C p.m.; 'Hi-Tri IV, annex, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 6-^ Ladies Day Out, 9:30-11 am; 7:30 till 9 p.m.; Slim-nasties, annex, 15-7;:15 (p.m. Thursday, November 7 — Unitec Fund Luncheon, dining roarm; Hi- Tri H, annex, 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 8 — -Who's New Entertains Golden Age dub, DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hii! Greenhouse Why wait for Safes Buy Here and Save Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs At Low Cost LET OUR LOCATION SAVE YOU MONEY . Open Daily 9 a.m. .o 9 p.m. McTaggarfs Home Furnishing Co. 1315-High FASHION BEAUTY SHOP Has Moved To New Location 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 ONLY $4.95 PERMANENTS with soft ringlet* INCLUDES SHAMPOO CUTTING ' STYLING CREAM OTHERS TO $25 9 'Til 6 No Appointment Necessary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ annex, 1:30 p.m.; Y-Teen committee sponsors "'Harvest Hop" for all Cass county teenagers. Annex, 8 p.m. Saturday, November 9 — Junior High Canteen 7-9 .p.m.; Young Mult Cajiteen-9-lll:30 p.m. Early English coffee houses were seats of wit and learning and acquired the sobriquet of "penny universities." Nancy East Bride Of Lionell Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fissel, of 117 West Ottawa, announce the marriage of their daughte r, Nancy East, to Lionell Griffith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Griffith, of Clay City, Indiana. The double ring ceremony was performed November. 1 by the Reverend Kenneth G- r i f f H h, brother of the bridegroom, at the Martinsville Methodist church. The bride wore a beige knit suit with black accessories and carried a white Bible topped with pink sweetheart roses. Garland Kincaid, of Indianapolis, was- best man. • . The bride is a'graduate of the local high school, and both .she and her husband "are students-at Indiana University. . They are residing at Bloomington. Elsie Bushing In Charge Unit .18 Meet Unit No. 18, Mothers -of World War No. 2 - met in. regular session Friday evening at the Memorial Home with Elsie Bushing, president presiding. , The colors were posted and the pledge of allegiance was given. The invocation was offered by the Chaplain, Mrs. Hazel Campbell. Helen Barnett, secretary pro- tern read the minutes and Elizabeth Harnasch, treasurer gave her report.' Pearl Jones, rehabilitation chairman, announced that the date of the Longcliff Veterans' party had been changed to Dec. 4 instead of Dec. .13, Mrs. Jones sent another canteen book to each of the Unit's two forgotten patients at the State Hospital. Mae Porter, Americanism chairman, read several topics from the "Freedoms Facts" concerning the fight against Communism. The president asked the members to remember the cluhs participating in the Veteran's Day services and to meet at the Cass Co, Honor Board. Mrs. Jessie Lebo will be in charge of serving the dinner for the Blood Bank workers 'on Nov. 6 at the Baptist Temple. The, Charter was 'draped in memory of Mrs. Nella Hendee, The Unit's organizer and first president who also served 'as 2nd District and State President as well as National Secretary. The meeting closed by repeating the Mothers' Creed in unison and prayer by the Chaplain. The colors were retired and the penny collection -taken. The next meeting, November 15th, will be a combined business and social meeting with Mrs. Louis Hardin in charge. Mr. and Mrs. OUie E. West of Kokomo, have announced tin engagement and approaching marriage of their only daughter, Margaret Ann, to Harold R. Bershire, route six, Logansport, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bershire of Tarpon Springs, Florida. • The couple will exchange vows Sunday, January 12th at the Highland Park church, Kokomo. Miss West has been attending Taylor University. Her fiance is engaged in farming. ACHIEVEMENT DISPLAYS ANNOUNCED BY DEMONSTRATION AGENT MISS NICE Miss Ethel Nice, Cass County Home Demonstration Club, has announced the following list of club exhibits that will be displayed on Achievement Day. Mrs. James Ide, Noble town- ship'club president, is the chairman in charge of exhibits. Bethlehem, Landscaping, Mrs. Harold Hubenthal, Chairman; Boone, Gift Wrapping, Mrs. Agnes Doyle, Chairman; Circle 3, Landscaping, Barbara Hooten; Clay, Safety, Carol Fiedler; ' Clinton, Killers In the Home, Mrs. Mary Dillman; Deer Creek I, Centerpieces, Margaret Wilson; Deer .Creek II, Glass Etching, Esta Nelson; Eel I, Planning For the Day, Letha Sullivan; Eel H, Knitting, plain and fancy, Fay Martin; • 4-H Boosters, Candle Making, Mrs. Bill Cree; Harrison, Landscaping, Mrs. Tom McCrea; Hi Neighbors, New Drugs, Marjorie Hartleroad; Home and Hobby, Leather Tooling, June Land; Home^ makers, Flower Arrangement, Opal Stiver; Jackson, Centerpiece Arrangement, Lillie. Williams; Jefferson I, Quilt Block Patterns, Grace Kesser; Jefferson U, Safety, Jean Forgey; Miami, Think Before You .Buy, Mary Alice Balsbaugh; Noble, Home Nursing, Mrs. Emy Spiecher; Onward, Candy, Letha Laymon; Pottawattomio, Food Preserva- tionj Anita Leedy; Progressive, Drugs, Mrs. Don Conn; Tri-L, Safety, Mrs. Helen Winn; Walton, Landscaping, Alice Deniston; Washington, Drugs, Florence DeHaven; 49ers, Come In & Take a Chair, Betty Ramer and Worthwhile, Christinas Decorations, Mary FisceL THE ACCENT SHOP 99? 412 E. Broadway Logansport, Ind. WARDS' I MONTGOMERY WARD XvA. washable .."-', . cotton flannel dusters so pretty for you and for gifts .., i exceptional buys at this low price Cotton flannel* «tep into the fashion picture! Neat and pretty, soft washable florals, plaidV and geometries... with just the righlf degree-of cozy warmth for cooler mornings and evenings. Take your choice of easy or fitted styles with rib- bonj, laces and bows: corduroy or piping. Many with back interest of yokes and belts. See them, now! Sizes from 10 to 20. SPECIAL PURCHASE DRESSMAKER SWEATERS 3.77 and 4.77 Large Assortment—Sizes 32 to 38

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