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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 17

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 10, 1957
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and 1OGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, JNDIANA PAGE SEVENTEEN Bride-Elect Of John Wood SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Announcements Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snider of Camden have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joanne, to John H. Wood, son oE Howard Wood, 7C.8 Helm street, and Mrs. Margaret Strebel, 1821 North sireet, Logar.sport. The bride-elect is a graduate of Deer Creek high school and is presently employed in the office of Logansport Machine Co., Inc. Her fiance, a graduate of Logansport hi'gh school, is also an employe of Logansport Machine Co., Inc. January 4th has been selected as the date for -the wedding. MISS MARY APPLE-ROBERT KITCHELL MARRIED DURING CANDLELIGHT RITES During a double ring ceremony. proximately 50 guests greeted the Saturday evening at 6:30 p. m. couple ni the basement of the in the Galveston Baptist church, j church. Mrs. Richard Kile and the Rev. Carroll Bickley officiated I Mrs. Stan Smith were hostesses, at the marriage of Miss Mary j The couple then left for a trip Edna Apple and Robert' Bell • through the western states. Kitchel. i The bride is a graduate of Gal : The bride is the daughter ofi vest on high school and Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Marion M. Apple I University and is employed in the of route one Galveston and her i Personnel department of Delco husband is the son of Edwin!Radio division at Kokomo. Her Kitchel, and the late Mrs. Kitchel, husband, also a graduate of Gal- of route two Galveston | veston high school, is a graduate Mrs. Charlene Jones was or-jot Purdue University _and is em- ganist and played "The Lord's Prayer", "If I Loved You" and Clair De Lune" prior to the service and provided background music throughout the .candlelight rites. The couple repeated their vows before the altar which was backed with palms flanked with branch- ployed in Kokomo by Delco. Expensive T r ance SYRACUSE, N. V - Mrs. Golia M. Odorn to.d police she allowed •i dooi--to'-door fomaje fortune tel- ;er to put h?r in a trance. When sh<s came out of it the fortune ed candelabra holding lighted tap-1 tp;ier was gone, and so, were $25 Judi Ann Crockett, of Galveston, served as the maid of honor and Sara Anne Maze, Galveston, was bridesmaid. Don Kitchel, route two Galveston, attended the groom as best man and William Cuthbert, route one Walton , ushered guests to their seats. For her wedding the bride chose a sheath dress of winter white wool with blue accessories and carried a red camelia on a white Bible. The honor attendant wore a red wool sheath dress with black accessories as did the bridesmaids. The mothei of the bride selected for the occasion a navy suit and wore a red ar.d white carnation corsage. Following in 'cash. $125 in jewelry and six new bedshee's worth $36. Bait Climbs T r ee CLARKSVILLE, Tenn.. — Mrs. M&de Hampton's uncle baited a f ! s-b-ing fine with a frog and left it in the river over night. The next rroraing when he checked the line he round the frog perched high in a tree — th e hook still hi him, - the ceremony ap- Shop.Icss in Detroit DETROIT - Mrs. Margaret Daniel tracked down a pair of her husband's stolen shoes while the suspected thiet war stall in them. She traced the burglar, phoned police and recovered the loot, leaving a sinless youth to confess 20 ottie r burglaries. NOTICE! SOCIETY REPORTERS - The Pharos-Tribune and Press asks that socieity items, announcements, wedding stories and pictures for the COMBINED SUNDAY EDITION be submitted as follows: 1. WEDDING STORIES and PICTURES should. b e brought into either office by Thursday evening. (This is to allow time for preparation of the stories and engraving ot the pictures.) 2. This also applies to ENGAGEMENTS and ANNIVERSARIES that include pictures with the stories. (ALL PICTURES 'ARE TO BE 5x7 GLOSSY PRINTS.) 3. It is especially requested that all wedding stories be CURRENT. (That is. if a wedding is to take place November 24, we .ask that the story and picture, or at least the story, be used on the day of the wedding rather than a week or two later.) 4. News items for the Sunday edition will be NO MORE THAN TWO DAYS OLD. i Social' meetings happenrig before Friday of the week of publication and not reported before Friday right will not be used by either papen until the following week.) 5. If announcements appear in both papers prior to Sunday, please do not request that they be run again on Sunday. 6. ONE CALL to the newspaper on announcements and social items is sufficient on Saturday. (Do not call in the morning and again in the afternoon or evening as one call will take care of ail Sunday material.) Thank you for your cooperation. MONDAY The Twelve Mile PTA will meet Monday evening, November llth, at 7:30 p. m. in the school auditorium in observance of National Education week. Following a brief business session, the parents will meet with the teachers in their class rooms. For the parents of the high school students, a discussion is planned in the assembly. Mr; George Wilson is devotional leader and Mrs. Joan Grable is chairman of the refreshment committee. • The Home EC. girls will sit with children. during the program. * * * Tri Kappa sorority will hold' a business meeting Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Edward Troy, 1927 High . street. * * * The Pearl Seekers class of St. Lukes Lutheran church will meet Monday evening, November .llth, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clarence Newer, 305 West Linden. * * * Mrs. Thomas Medland, 2330 East.Broadway, will be hostess at a business .session of Pi Iota Xi sorority Monday evening at 7:45 p. m. * * * Sigma Phi Gamma pledge, services will be held Monday evening at 8 p.m. in the YWCA. Members are reminded to take canned goods for Thanksgiving baskets. i= * * TUESDAY Emera club will meet with Nellie Dotterer, 114' Tanguy street, Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. * *• # The Tau Phi' Lambda Society of Supreme Forest Woodman's Circle will hold its regular business meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the VFW hall. » * * The White Rose club members will' have their Thanksgiving supper Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. at the Gormet cats. Later in the evening the group will play cards at the home of Mrs. Marie Timmons, 1410 High street. » * » Bridge city Lodge, 254, L. A. to B. of R. T. will hold a regular meeting and election of officers Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. in the IOOF hall. * * * The Daughters of Isabella will hold installation of officers Tuesday evening. Officers from Winamac and Logansport will be installed at the K. of C. hall at 8 p.m. Mrs. Marie White will be installing officer. * * * The Boone township Home Demonstration club will meet Tuesday, November 12, at the Boyal Center library at 1:30 p.m. The.lesson oh "Development of Grounds" will be given by Jessie Sandberg and CorabeUe Handchu. Hostesses will include Florence Lind, chairman, Mable House, Bertha House and Vena Christy. * » * The L.S. to B. of L.F. and E. anniversary supper will be held • Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at Ithe YMCA, 905 East Broadway. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Meat, rolls and coffee will be furnished. Pins will be presented to several members. * * * ' WEDNESDAY The Burrows Home Demonstration club will meet at the home of Ethel Justice Wednesday at 1:30 o'clock. Hostesses wilt be Ethel .Justice, Carrie Williamson and Margery Watson. * * * The Twentieth Century class of the Broadway Methodist church wiU meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Margaret Smith, 917 High street. Mrs. Delia McCarnes will assist th« hostess. A Bible verse of thanks will be given in answer to roll call. * * ; * The WSCS of the Market street Methodist church will hold a covered dish dinner Wednesday afternoon at 12:45 'o'clock at the church. * * . * The Bethlehem township HD club will meet .Wednesday .afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Marie Hubenthal; Roll call will be an exchange of cookies and recipes. Each member is asked to bake at least two dozen "cookies. * * * THURSDAY The Women's Society of the Lucerne Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lena Hoover. * * * Mothers of. World War 2, Unit 131, Onward, will meet,Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Edith Schwartz. Members are asked to note the change of meeting date. * * # FRIDAY . . Keystone Ladies Aid meeting will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in the YWCA parlors. TIPS The fake- fur shoe in all-black or all-red 'is an interesting companion for daytime woolens this winter. # * * Nice, for "evening wear is the pouch bag made of satin with a covering of lace. Comes in black or white and is moderately priced. .* * * The black satin pouch bag with metal frame set with' fake jewels is new. for cocktail and dinner wear. Pretty with black or with a slim satin sheath in beige, emerald, ruby or blue. • * * A housewife can save steps in the supermarket if she plans her grocery lists well. The key is to list foods in the order they are arranged in the store to eliminate backtracking. * * * > Burning candles at both ends, when a teen-ager, seems like fun. But for long-term health and good general appearance a girl needs plenty of rest. * * * A young girl who religiously scrubs her face with soap and water is following good beauty habits. However, if she tends to dry skin, she will need to substitute a cleansing cream, for soap and water during the day. *, * * Removing the day's aecumula- ion of make-up and grime is important to skin health. Facial pores will become clogged if the skin isn't cleaned properly. So take more care at night and resist the temptation to fall into Ded after just a dash of water on your face. # * * Ridding your face of pimples takes patience and tender care so you won't call more attention to the situation. It is essential not to pick at them and to keep the area clean. Calamine lotion may be used to dry them out. A compress of hot water and Epsom salts will ease the eruption. * * * Many facial eruptions indicate some inner thing is out of whack, rather than an outside irritation is at work. Rich foods, poor elimination and failure to get the face clean are some of the causes. December 7th. Bride^Elect Dccron blend Bed Pillows • SPECIAL PURCHASE • NON-ALLERGENIC • MIRACLE FIBERS • ODORLESS • SIZE 21x27 Covered with luxurious 100% nylon ticking—Dust proof, moth and vermin proof, fropicana Pillow the perfect blend WHITE ACETATE Celanese fiber and miracle fibres— Fabulous new scientific development designed for the ultimate in sleeping comfort. Each DOWNSTAIRS STORE Y.W.C.A. Fellowship Week To Be Observed Nov 10-18 Members of the Young Women's Christian Association of Logansport and Cass county and of Young Women's Christian Associations throughout the nation will unit* with those in 67 countries overseas vrtiere Hie Young Worn en's Christian "Association is at work, to commemorate World Fellowship Week,' November 10-16, Mrs. R. 0. Meinzer, executive" director of the local Association, 127 E. Broadway announced today. The week, an .annual international event observed in November by. Young Women's Christian Association's around the world for over 60 years, is a special week of prayers for peace and better understanding among all people and a period devoted to highlighting the year-round program of mutual service among Young Women's Christian. Associations around the world. Observances of World Fellowship Week will be held by the local Association November 12 at 7:30 at the Y.W.C.A. Annex when members and friends are invited to the 34th Young vyomen's Christian Association Annual Meeting with WorKJ Fellowship emphasis. Mrs. Kenneth Brady is chairman of the World Fellowship Committee of the local Young Women's Christian Association who will be in charge of all special activities planned for interpreting the international aspect of the Young Women's Christian Association. Other committee members are Mrs. Guy Woolpert and .Mrs. Joseph Sumpter. At this time Joy Booher will represent her Hi-Tri Club and in- Pohlman Studio BETROTHED—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pear, of route 5, city, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Dorothy L., to Airman First Class Robert V. Nethercutt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kercher, of 500'A Washington street. The wedding will take place on the afternoon of December 7 at 2 o'clock at the Bethel Methodist, church in Clay township. Miss Pear is a graduate of the local high school and attended the Logansport Business college. She is employed by the Wabash Valley Supply Corporation. Her fiance, a 1948 graduate of the local high school, received his diploma through the general education development program offered by the United States Air Force. He has been in the Air Force since 1947 and is presently station with the 4041st Supply Squadron as Supply Records Specialist, research section. WHO'S NEW USES HAWAI IAN THEME TO ENTERTAIN GOLDEN AGE CLUB A Hawaiian theme prevailed in the decorations of the YWCA annex Saturday afternoon when Who's New club entertained members of the Golden Age club. The motif accented a talk by Mrs. T. P. Bellinger, a native of Hawaii, who spoke on her homeland during the program. Mrs. Verner Hedlund, president, conducted the business meeting and introduced Mrs. Garnet Welsh and Mrs. Howard Jones who reported on preparations for the husbands' party next Thursday evening at the annex. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Mrs. Albert Walsh, chairman, reported on the annual "hanging of the greens" at the YWCA December 5. Mrs. Hedlund also announced a "coffee" to be November 18 at 9:30 a.m. at her home at which time Mrs. Jerry Hendricks will talk on the subject, "My Fair Lady." All members of Who's New are invited to attend. Mrs. Jeanette Meinzer announced the annual YWCA meet- ing Tuesday at the YW. Mrs. Kenneth Brady talked on World Fellowship Week to be November 1017, explaining its purpose which is to call attention to the YWCA service to the world. Refreshments were served at tables decorated with fish nets, sea shells and tropical fruit, accenting the Hawaiian theme. Guests were Mrs. Larry Martin, Mrs. Dean Ratcliff and Mrs. Grace Kesser. Hostesses were Mrs. Hendricks, Mrs. Janet Brubaker, Mrs. Pearl Harrington and Mrs. Myrtle I'il- chak. native costume of the country they are representing. , Also World Fellowship, will have an important emphasis in all local Young Women's Christian Association sponsored club programs. WHO'S' NEW CLUB will have their World Fellowship program November 8. INTERRACIAL CLUB, November 19th. VARIETY OLTJB, November 19th. GOLDEN AGE CLUB, November 1. All Y- Teens and Hi Tri clubs will observe World Fellowship in their individual club. World Fellowship chairman are: HI TRI I Joy Booher, HI TRI II Sue Fitzgerald, HI TRI III Ann Johnson, HI TRI IV Ann Burns. Washington Twp. HI TRI Audrey Lantz. 7th Lincoln Y-Teens — Linda Holder, 7th Riley Y-Teens — Janet McDonald 8th Lincoln Y-Teens — Pam Brandenstein, 8th Riley Y-Teens —Pamela Jones. These girls with the aid of Mrs. Kenneth Brady and her World Fellowship corn- Election Without Posters? EAST HAVEN, Conn. — Republican Town Chairman Robert E. Taylor Jr., said he v/anted to clean up election campEigns. Taylor, sug- ge?ted both parties conduct a campaign without posters. He said it "would save rijne and'money and Dif town w&ulvi look a lot prettier ar.d neater." Some 2,000 cases of diptheria are reported in the United States every year. so so aLftenewr, j#£ so completely you! Come in, see end buy this lush Montclair 100% wool and kid mohair coat. It's as if custom made for you with hand stitching and unique hand detailsd pockets. For added interest is the eye catching, deep yoked back. In becoming shades. .00 326 E. 'Broadway form local Young hristian Association Women's members and friends what the Young Women's Christian Association is doing in Greece, Jane Meinzer will tell of the Young Women's Christian Association activities in Japan. Judy Shaft, the action through self-aid program in Korea and Betty Flowers will speak concerning Young Women's Christian Association program in Ugan- I understanding and friendship among all peoples, regardless of class;, race and nationality. During the week, members of the more than 1900 units of Young Women's Christian Association work in the United States will present special events interpreting the overseas program of the Foreign Division, of the American National Organization, headquarters, 600. Lexington Avenue, New York 22, New York. A worship service on Sunday November 10, in the National Cathedral in Washington, D. C., and simultaneous services sponsored by community Young Women's. Christian Association's will mark the official opening of the Week in the United States. The Washington service will be attended by approximately 4000 persons including representatives of Young Women's Christian Association's throughout the United States, distinguished foreign visitors, and representatives of government departments and embassies of the countries overseas where the Young Women's Christian Association is at work. Bishop Austin Pardue of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania,' will preach on the theme for this year's World Fellowship Week,"God so loved the World," from the gospel of St. John. Special music will be presented by the combined choirs of the Cathedral, Howard University and the Young Women's Christian Association. The service will close with a traditional • gift-bearing ceremony when World Fellowship funds will be presented for blessing. A processional of 50 Y-Teens, representing the 48 States, Alaska and Hawaii will present the. gifts for Young Women's Christian Associa- • tion work overseas. These funds enable the National Association of this country, through its Foreign Division, to send American advisory staff to aid Young Women's Christian Association's abroad in establishing or ex- da. The girls will be dressed in j tending program services. The division also grants material aid to other Young Women's Christian Association's abroad for special work such as health clinics, and activity centers in isolated areas, workshops, self-help projects, and for training native leadership. PERSONAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne King, Los Angeles, a son, Mark Richard. Mr. King is son of Mrs.'.R. J. Warner of route 1, Lucerne. A quick relief for tired eyes, or just general drowsiness, is to splash ice water on- your eyelids, temples and forehead. * * * Washing out your eyes can ease a tired feeling at the end of a • day's work. 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