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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 20, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune LONGFELLOW STUDENTS PRESENT PROGRAM, "WHAT IS CHRISTMAS" "What Is Christmas" was pre-' sented by the following pupils Tuesday afternoon at the Longfellow school yuletide program: Dianna Crouse, Pamela Dibble, Eldonna Doty, Gaye Osenbaugh, Sue Phillips Karen Scotney, Sherry Vitello, Stephen Black, Mark Fillmore, Jerry Garr, Buddy Gust, Gregory Lohning, Terry Walker, Fackett Welsh, Jeoffrey Winings, James Zimpleman, Cheryl DeWilt, Dona Dinius, Linda Ingram, Carolyn Kimbrough, Peggy Stineman, Sydney Talbot, Louise Turner, Terry \Vhisler, Barbara Wild, Diane Williams, Dennis Artrip, Ricky .Holloway, AAUW Recent Grads Present "Carol Of Christmas Cards" "A Carol of Christmas Cards" pi-_„ was presented at the meeting ofj Dar i-^'- 5 the American Association of Uni-jWiveS At Annual versity Women Wednesday by the Recent Graduates group and included the following numbers: "Here We Come A-Wassailing": i wives at a Christmas dinr.er-party .Nancy Hefley, Sally Mauck, Eva-| Tuesda y evening at the American line Hambrock, Betty Jones, Mari-i Leglon home - lynn Smiley, Margaret Piety; Master of ceremon.es was Rich"Winter Wonderland:" Kathleen ard G - Webster, and speaker for Keys Mary Hickey; "Jingle j the evening was J. B. Robinson, Bells": Kathleen Keyes, Mary! international vice-presiden-t, of In- Local barbers entertained their John Wine, Bruce Moore, John Hickey, Pat Nickels, JoAnn Al-jdianapolis. Eogers, Gary Strode, Ronnie Reisinger, Joan Stewart, Carolyn -Lohrman, Billy Walker, Leroy Brown, Donna Smith, Betsy Reap, David Moore. Cora Zimpleman, Kevin Patty, Jimmy Stineman, Meg Stanley, Rex Marks, Mike Osborn, Rick Phillipy, Becky Spitznogle, Debby Schmidt, Jay Wegert, Barbara Moon, Terry Winquist, Gene Johnson, Jackie Downs, John Zabawa, Debby Delawter, John Barber, Linda Marshall, David Walker, John Mige, Stephen Corretl Nancy Bird, Sally Greahman, Donald Auker, Bonnie Reisinger, Arthur Hellyer, Lynn Bulick, Danny Brubaker, Gary Baker, Byron Baker, Evelyn Nethercut, Terry Anderson Sandra Hellyer. Bridget McGrath, Glenn Gee, Mickey Cox, Susan Hoover, .Billy Jo Marshall, Jimmie Gatzimas. Gerri Hiatt, Roger Waterson, Anne Mather, Pamela Webster, Tim Hirschauer, Denise Densborn, Patty Malott, Jimmy Bess, Tommy Wickersham, Clau- John Terri dia Gerni, David Sutton, Kniesly, Pamela Street, .Holdren, John Vautaw, Bonnie Ingram, VicKie Rammel, Mike Bannister, Billy Wiiarton, Mike Gust, Carol Behmyer, Stanley Wild, Mark Cooke. Diane Regan, Marsha Adair, Stephen Rowe, Mike Adair, Deborah .Witmyer, Ohuck Hiatt, Tom Waite, Pat Honick, Donald Densborn, Clyde Killian, Gay Walker, Bonnie Shaver, Jody T'Andrea, Frad Sexton, Anna M'ae Bell, Karen Rogers, Connie Greer, Stephen Finney, Rickey Anderson, Mickey Holloway, Rosemary len; "Deck the Jamieson, Joan Halls:" Ewing, Lois Carol Mannies; "Twas The Night Before Christmas:" Valarie Brosey, Sally Dirrim, Grace Perrone; "Up On the Housetop;" "0 Come 0 Come Emmanuel:" Carol Mannies, Valarie Brosey, JoAnn Allen, Pat Nickels; "Angels We Have Heard On High:" Sally Dirrim, Grace Perrone, JoAnn Allen; "The First Noel:" Mary Hickey, Kathleen Keys; "We Three Kings:" Lois Jamieson, Joan Ewing; "Jesu Bambino:" Valarie Brosey, Carol Mannies; "Silent Night." Narrator was Pat Nickels and accompanists were Marilyn Smiley and Margaret Piety. Sharyn Kay Johnson Feted By Assembly Fulton Assembly No. 92, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, honored Sharyn Kay Johnson, grand musician, at a reception recently at the Kewar.na Methodist church annex. Welcome was given by the Mother Advisor, Mrs, Merle Fry, who introduced the Worthy Advisor, Lelia Fry. Sharyn Kay was escorted East by the drill leader, Elaine Mohler and was introduced and given grand honors. Guests escorted and introduced included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leroy Smith, local president, WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP PUPILS GIVE YULETIDE PROGRAM AT PTA MEETING Washington township, Cass cour.'- ty, students presented the annual Christmas program Tuesday at the PTA meeting at the school. Millicent Condon was director with Danny Mordent! in charge of band selections. Rosemary Bauer had the programs and stage and lighting was by Ted Hughes and John Section. Teachers assistants included Mary Bauman, Mary Teel, Ethel presented pins as follows: 35-year, j Miller, Olive Griswald, Doras Con- Jesse Eskew, George Hill and WU-jdon, Alice Ream and Juanita Zieg. Ham Hardy; 30-year, Sully Mauro student assistants were Karen and Frank Coble; 20-year, V. W.' Hatfield, Sue Rseser, Mark Miller Ashby. Those attending were J. B. Robinson, Bert Harmon, Richard and Lillian Webster, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Ashby, Joseph ar.d Lucille Smith, Donald and Joan Michaels, George Bubel, Fern Smith and son, Jack, James and Phyllis Dillman, Kenneth and Carol Oldham, Sullivan and Sylvia Mauro, Ralph and Angie Schroder, J. Owen Brant, Donald ar.d Sharon Conn and Richard and Shirley Kistler. Ladies were presented with Christmas corsages, cologne and hair cream. Door prizes were awarded to Sharon Conn, Lillian Webster, Leroy Smith, Donald Conn and Sullivan Mauro. Two lady barbers, Fern Smith and Lillian 1 Webster, were honored. Christmas gifts were contributed to the State hospital after which it was announced that election of officers will be held Monday evening at the meeting at the AFL hall. j and Ellen Ramer. Bethel WSCS Meets With Ethel Banta Mrs. Ethel Banta entertained the WSCS of the Bethel Methodist .church, Clay township, Wednesday Hume, Senior Grand Lecturer and | afternoon with Mrs. Horter.se Senior Grand Deputy. IStoughton, president, opening the "Faith Unlocks the Door" was meeting with a Christmas story sung by Shelby Hartzler accom-iand prayer. The high school chorus included Mary Ros, Karen Jones, Phyllis Rose, Charlotte Yeater, Iva Faris, Rosemary Todd, Sandra Piercy. Karen Hatfield, Sue Reeser, Pennie Kinneman, Sharon Roll, Nancy I Gerlach, Tommy Crisman, Kenny Gotshall, Stanley Rush, Sammy Burrous, Sue DePoy, Marvella Propes, Richard Dow, Larry Joe Rush, Margaret Ann Young, Sandra Purdue, Patty Roberson, Larry Dunkle, Steven Booth, Sharon Rush Smith, Carolyn Center Presbyterian Society Meets For. Holiday Luncheon The Center Presbyterian Missionary society met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Charles Campbell for a covered dish luncheon and Christmas party. Carolyn Following a short business meet- Vance, K7th'yRayr,"Dinda Thomas, i i«g conducted by the president, ! Mrs. John Magee, the following Bonnie Vore, Pamela Koch, Patricia Richason, Jane Woolever,Ronda Waters, Barbara Downham, Sandy Bradfield, Dyanne Deeter, Kathy Hellyer, Sylvia Sutton, Sarah Rude, Frances Jay, Rita Gremelspacher, Kathy Tocco, Christian Vance, Sharon Adair, Linda Burrous, Kay Moon, Jean Ann Kiesling, Eljen Kay I-Iartle- road, Connie Ream, Linda Miller, Kathy Young, Bob White, Richard Razer, Larry Long, Fred McNul- DeLawter, George Coch- mon, John Martin and Burton Reed - . Cunni rig- Danny Wilson, Alan Sharp, i Douglas White, Arlie Criswell Ken! ny Smith, Joey Rush, Larry Smith, . , , , First grade pupils included Don- R 0 |, er t Minnick, Jerry Thompson, na Gangloff, Ruth Ann Cabiness, Lee Johnson, Peggy Logan, Ronald Adair, Cindy Stamper, Dorothy Cunningham, Billy Maloney, David Young, Steven Hyers, Robert Morris, David Willis, Sam King, Patricia Hartleroad, Kent Billiard, Cindy Chumney, Michael Deeter, Rex Piercy, Donald Benoit, Penny Dishon, Lola Ganzalez, Rita Dunkle, Richard Henderson, Sheryl Abernathy, James Bailey, Roy Beebout, Darla BuBrkhart, Michael Chambers, Sharon Cloud, Valerie Davis, Howard Depoy, Mary Dow, Joyce' Friskey, Glenna Gellinger, Bonnie Gotshall, Lola Hasting, Liesbet Jay, Bruce Jones, Carla Knight, Diana Lohrman, Renee Martin, William Maloney, David Pickering, Vicki Piercy, Ronnie Propes, Karer: Sherman, Kathy Woolever and Sam Tocco. The first grade presented the "Christmas Spirit." Teachers are Mrs. Baumann and Mrs. Teel. The second and third grades gave 'A Time of Hope" and "Yes, Philip Benoit, Harold Bruner, David Miller, Mike Hooten, George Muehlliausen, Rondal Newburn. Junior Band members: Rita Gremelspacher, Douglas White, Jerry DeHaven, Sarah Rude, Gary Willis, David Miller, Lee Cabiness, Arlie Criswell, Susan Baumann, Carol Ann Chumney, Ronnie Minnick, Jimmie Rush, Patricia Men- were Robin Adair, Turner, Brenda Vitello, Amanda; pan ied by Nancy Walters and aj Le 0na Ratcliff led in the flag sa- T!lere Is a Sa nta Claus." Hoover, Liivi Late, Freddie Cand-, Christmas reading, "The Little. ] u t es and devotions were given ]ish, Billy Dismger, Dawn Daw- j Grav Lamb," was given by Elaine I by Rhonda Cook assisted by LOT- BraQen son, . IMohler and a solo, "Somewhere : ra Calaway, Mable Bowman and „' h iWlpn Nancv Dunkle' Tim Gibbs, Linda Kuns, SheryllOver the Rainbow" was sung by| Re v. G. Campion. .!T™IW rmfn-d R'ckv GotshaL Laird, Mike ^"-»« Wliifnmnn o^nmTmtliorf K*H ml.- 1 „,, airlceinTie urac ni-O. ', i ' ""OUiy l^lUlUiU, ll.llty UUUmcUl, Grindle, Nancy Arney, Patty DeWitt, Larry Gee, Billy Hipshcr, program was presented: "A Christmas Story," Mrs. Virgil Taylor-, "A Christmas Lullaby", vocal duet by Mrs. Charles Trib belt and Mrs. Robert Burns; poem and Scripture reading, Mrs. Tribbett; "Star of the East", duet by Mrs. Tribbett and Mrs. Burns: Christmas play, "The Star's Light", Mrs. Harry Ruch, Mrs. Friday Evening, December 20, 1957. Women Of Moose Mark Christmas Women of the Moose held their annual Christmas party at the local Moose home Monday evening. Bingo was played and refreshments were served by the chairman, Lois Poduch, assisted by Charlcne Walker, Ruth Cripe and Mabel Williams. Announcement was made of^ a dance for members and families Saturday evening with music by the Parmelers'. There will be no meeting of the Women of the Moose December 23. The next meeting will be December 30 at 8 p.m. at which time publicity, social service, Moosehaven and membership reports will be due. 13 Served At Holy Rosary Club Dinner A carry-in Christinas dinner was served to 13 members of the Holy Rosary study club of St. Vincent church Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Angelo Mor- 'denti. Mary Cantoni was a guest. The John Magee, Mrs Ballard Gray,• -,— lal ^wKniatu e *2.^. S £$™^?%. Christmas trees and centered with a Madonna filled with pine, flanked by green tapers. A social hour and gift exchange were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Ethel Russow, Mrs. Eleanor Ricciardi, Mrs. Stella Pursch and Mrs. Flora Mordenti. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Pursch. Mrs, Robert Burns. The following officers were installed by the retiring president, Mrs. Magee: president, Mrs. Virgil Taylor; vice-president, Mrs. Gerald Berkshire; secretary, Mrs. Charles Tribbett; missionary treasurer, Mrs. Ballard Gray; Ladies aid treasurer, Mrs. Burns. Group singing was led and prayer offered by Mrs. Carl Finks. Santa Claus presented gifts to ten children, 17 members and the following guests, Mrs. William Spencer, Mrs. Clyde Cook, Mrs. Keith non,' Linda Leffert,' Gale Stewart, Hunt, Mrs. Charles McCoy, Mrs. Ruth Ann Morgan, Thomas Small,!Allen Carlson and Miss Lois Cook. Doris Kay Riesling, Michael H. Reamy, Br/r.r.ie Rodgers, Pat Richason, Barbara Downham, George Cochran, Robert White, Arthur Button, Richard F. DeLawter, Patty Ramer, Polly Ramer, Ronnie Laymon and Harold Howell. Name Mrs. Don Rowe President Of Guild Fourteen members and one guest were present at the Christmas meeting of the Mary Martha Guild Wednesday evening at the St. James parish hall at which time Mrs. Don Rowe was appointed new Veterans Honored By DAV Auxiliary Braden president to fill the vacancy left ker Rev Dunkle' by the resignation of the president.' missionary f Broadway Circles Hold Joint Meeting The five circles of the Broadway Methodist church convened for a joint meeting Wednesday afternoor; at the church parlors. President, Inez Julian, opened the meeting. The program was in charge of the vice-president, Dorothy Baldwin. The members joined in singing Christmas carols, with Agnes McAfee at the piano. The Christmas devotions and prayer were given by Mrs. Mabel Timmons. Mrs. Julian introduced the guest Veterans at the State were entertained by the DAV Auxiliary at a Christmas party Wednesday afternoon at which-time games were played and prizes awarded. hospilal i \V AMY.I Homemakers Club Installs Officers At Festive Meeting Installation of new officers highlighted the Christmas meeting of the- Homemakers home demonstration club Thursday evening at the home of Mary Ann Mason, 2011 High street. Retiring officers, Mrs. Mason, president, Mrs. Jo Kierans. vice- president, Mrs. Marilee Williams, secretary; and Mrs. Joyce Dawson 1 , treasurer, were hostess. The meeting opened with pray, er, and Mrs. Libby Kinder read the Christmas story. Mrs. Zora Kinder led the singing of the song of the month, and the secretary- treasurer reports were read. Mrs, Jean Prilz reported on the family for which the club bought Christmas presents of toys, clothes and food. Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison reported on the budget for the year. Mrs. Pritz installed the follow, ing new officers: Mrs. Kierans, president; Mrs. Libby Kinder, vice- president Mrs. Mary Dunn, secretary; and Mrs. Gladys Fettig, treasurer. Mrs. Mason presented the new president with a president's pin. Christinas gifls were exchanged and secret pals revealed. Mrs. Wancla Jackson won (he hostess prize, ar.d Mrs. Ann Smith the door prize. Contest prizes went to Mrs. Dunn and Mrs. Mary Jean Smith. New secret pal names were concealed in Christmas tree ornaments. Yultide decorations were featured throughout the entertaining rooms. Refreshments of salad in the ies, nuts, tea and coffee were served. Elsie Bushing, chairman, was! SOCIAL CALENDAR assisted by the following members: Ruth Davis, Viola Kistler, lea Kistler, Mollie Cook, Gladys Fill- ton, Marie Huffman and Mary Pumel. The DAV Department of Indiana prizes, gifls and re- Edwin LeMasters, •ja missionary from Angola, Africa. vjimu u ±t v.^ ui^iiau -- s - Alfred Gerni announced the w ] 10 g ave a | a ]k on his work and Strasser, Jimmy Laird, Mike Karen Whiteman accompanied by j The lesson on Missions was pre- jp' 1 '", 1 ^ jia' m ',"'ton "Alan ^Hodges' appointment of Mrs. Rowe who. shmyed co ] ore d slides Sherry Hizer. < sented -and hymns of "I Love To VmM T^H^™' Dana Helms!! then presided at the meeting._Fif-, Tea was served from'a decorated Lorraine Doty, Dennis Ropp, Sharyn Kay spoke briefly and introduced her parents, Mr. and Chuck Ervine, Rust Fromme, i Mrs. Ralph Johnston and her broth- Mike Reynolds. Dwayne Mclntire, i erj Devore and grandmother, Mrs. Cynthia Ross, Sandra Sanderson, 1 jri ora Johnston. Advisory board Glenn Langdon, Mike Stanley, Su- ', members attending were Merle san Brown, Victor Wild, . Keith j Dorothy Lease, Joyce Mar- Schumacher, Mike Parrett, Stan- tirl| zephere Martin, Martha Ann Icy Grimes, Terry Ryan, Marchita •Whisler, Vicky Finney, Paulette Ruschkofski, Keith Kessler, Cook and Lera McKinney. Remarks were given by "mom" and "pop" Hume and Mrs. Ruth John Tidrick, Patty Boose, Urbjn ancj Hrs Mart h a Cook. David Simpson, Shari Kuns, Linda j Ber . ed i ct i on was given by Rev. Waterson, Joanne Brookmeyer, i Frank R chrust, pastor of the pma Tilley, Mane Todd, Bonnie j Kewanna Methodist church; •Ewing. Patty Leazenby Paul, Refresllmen ts were served to the Killian, Bill Honick, Jessie Ann Sullivan, Eve Huff, Charles '.Gerni, Bill Mayhugh, Joan Steckel, Connie DeLawter, David .iaugh and Frank Smith. Osen- Y/hat Next Class Features Exchange Nineteen members of the What Next class of the West Broadway Presbyterian church met at the •church parlors for the Christmas dinner and exchange of gifts Wed- 'nesday evening. The table was centered with a miniature animated Santa, sleigh and reindeer, flanked by red tapers and evergreen boughs. Tiny chairs were favors and held the placecards. 80 persons attending. Lutheran Choir Enjoys Yule Party Members of the Grace Evangelical Lutheran church choir enjoyed a Christmas party Wednesday night in the church parlors. The group presented gifts to Miss Tel! the Story" ar.d "Joy to the World" sung. The call to worship was read in unison and the secretary and treasurer reports were given by Ocal Sisson and Mabel Bowman. A report was made of 217 verses of the Bible read and Rev. Campton reported on ill members. The Christmas and birthday party was announced for Sunday. December 29th with, a covered dish dinner at noon. Rev. Campton gave prayer and a gift exchange was held and refreshments served to 14 members and two guests. Mrs. Kiesling received the door prize. MT. OLIVE Members of the Mt. Olive Community club held a Christmas party at the home of Lois Wheadon. Vonda Baker opened club and Sandra Honn, Martha Hooten', Douglas Jones, Kenneth Leffert, James Logan, Ronald Lee Miller, Jack Morgan, Jerry Myers, Wendell Propes, Marcia Purdue, Randall Reid, Larry Sherman, David Sturgeon, Craig Thomas, Carl Waters, Sandra Watterson, Clyde Woolever, Vickie Woolever, Donald Young, Marsha Waters, Kenneth Beougher, Bonita BoBwyer, Paul Burrous, David Chambers, Edwin Criswell', Patty Cryar, Marjorie Cunningham, Linda Dunkle , Gary Farris, Marsha Griffith, Linda Gerlach, Mario Gonzalez, Gordon Hamilton, Charles Harmon, Dennis Hastings, Martha Jay, Mark Jones, Brenda King, Carolyn Koch, John Logan, Karen Martin, Mark McNulty, Jeff Mehaffie, Mary Mennen, Carol Miller, Jeryl Moon, Carolyn Morgan, Linda Myers, Christina O'Donnell, Richard Pattee, teen dollars was voted to the Walther League for the purchase of food for needy famiHes. A subscription to Today magazine was made to the local library. Mrs. Gerni presented two papers on the Christmas season. During the social hour, refreshments and a gift exchange were enjoyed. Hostesses were Mrs. Roger Stineberger and Mrs. Herbert Frushour. Mrs. Doyne Hatch was a guest. table to 45 members and guests with Mrs. Raymond Echols and Mrs. Julian presiding. WWMB LODGE W.W.M.B. Friendship lodge will meet Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. A good at-| tendance is desired. Friday G p. m.—Mothers of World War 1. Lnil 18, Memorial home. 6 p. m.—Jewel Rebekah lodge, 541, 100F hall. 6:30 p. m.—Owl's club, Dykeman restaurant. freshmenls. Each veteran received packages of cigarettes. Refresh-!of Foreign Wars: Robyn Myers, ments of decorated cakes, ice cream and coffee were served to president, Virginia Graut, Jesse lies and Virginia Spurgeoiv who 120 veterans by tiie auxiliary. j presented each veteran witll gifts Guests of the auxiliary were the!of cookies and candy furnished by following members of the Veterans i their organization. Read the Classified Ads vonaa r>a«.ei uycucu •.***» rtMnn each member, in turn, told whati^™" the club meant to them and narr. John gmith Krista - • •.. , Tne group presemeu BUIS m MISS the dub meant to em an nam- • •.. g ,, p u Sue Fitzgerald, church organist,!*, the activity they enjoyed most. Stercar , °avid Su ton, Patty and to Pastor Paul Baer. The serv-j R O H ca u wa s answered by each ing table was decorated with person guessing her sunshine pal, greenery and red candles in keep-, w ho then presented her with a ing with the Christmas season. Favors were in the form of candy canes. Refreshments of cookies and coffee were served. Members present included Pastor Baer, Miss Fitzgerald, Mrs. Edna Sims, Mrs. John Murphy, Dinner was sent to Mrs. JohnJMrs. Robert Wolf, Mrs. William Hume, president of the class, who;Scherer, Miss Helen Sitz, James was confined to her home due to-jackson, Kenneth Emme, Mr. and illness. After the dinner a Christmas carol was sung and Mrs. John Keller gave devotions. Mrs. Glen Gaby presided at the business meeting. Reports were given by the secretary and treasurer and chairmen of the various committees. Mrs. J. 0. Smith reported on the Sunshine fund and the class voted to donate ten dollars to the building fund. Christmas contests were held and prizes went to Mesdames Ralph Steward, Hervey Scott and Blanche Kellenberger. The following committees had charge of the meeting: decorating, Mesdames Ralph Steward, Charles Enders and Ralph Swank; entertainment, Mesdames Glenn Gaby, Leo Liming and Charles Tichenor; food, Mesdames B. C. Williams, James Rhine, John Keller and C. B. Steffey. In the exchange of gifts, the class presented the teacher, Mrs. Steffey, with a gift. The next meeting will be held Jan. 23 with Mrs. Rhine and Mrs. Charles Enders as hostesses. Bill Tidrick, Bride To Leave For Mexico Bill Tidrick, 400% East Broadway, and Susan McCormick, of Seattle, Washington, were married Thursday evening at the home of the Justice of the Peace in Kokomo. The couple will leave this weekend for a wedding trip to Mexico after which residence will be established in this city. Th» bride is employed as assistant chief itewardess for United Air Lines, Chicago to Los Angeles. Mrs. William Krapf, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gust and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ruschkofski. MRS. SHEDEON HONORED Mrs. George Shedron, of Walton, was honored by relatives, friends and members of the Mothers club recently in observance of her 69th birthday, which will be Christmas eve. A carry-in dinner was held at noon with twenty, persons attending. Table decorations were in the holiday motif and featured a large white birthday cake. gift from beneath the tree. Sunshine pals were drf.wn for the new year after which a grab j bag exchange was held in form o£ a guessing contest. All the children of the club were treated by the Christmas Cheer committee, composed of Lois Wheadon, Wilma Bryant and Bertha Clemans. The new president, Nornetta Rouch, distributed program books and told of the plans for the coming year. She presented Mrs'. Baker with a gift in behalf of the club. Margaret Showley was in charge of the contests with prizes going to Mildred Ireland and Janice Early. Estella Clemans drew the mystery gift and the door prize was received by Lucille Baggerley. A Christmas motif was carried out in the refreshments served bj the hostess and her co-hostess Margaret Showley. Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers MO I. Mark.I Strati Phon* 3609 Rugs-Carpet* Upholstery Venetian Blinds Thomas, Patty Bruner. Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students participating were Mike Fiscel and Jerry Slusser, readers; Mike Morgan, Leo Cabiness, Gregory Myers, Mary and Lola Gonzalaz, Joseph, Mario Gonzalaz, Sam Tocco, Jerry DeHaven, Jerry Golden, Ronnie Beebout, Larry King, C. W.' 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