Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 23, 1957 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 23, 1957
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Fharos-Tribuns Letters to Santa Dear Santa, I am five years old. I live at Hoover. I would like to have a doctor's set; a fire engine ar;d some guns and holster. My sisters are nine_and eleven. Jeff KottermaE! Dear Santa: .;! want a child's manicure set, a doll bed, a doll, with high heels, earrings, and a necklace. I want something for Mommy and Daddy. Mommy is writing for me. If you Rist Strap and some Candy and nuts. 1 am 5 yr old, Mike Carter 1027 Woodland street. Dear Sant Clause, . I want a Momopley set and gun and Hosier Set and a cowboy Hat and lots of candy, and nuts and some prizes. I am a yrs. old. Gary Carter 1027 Woodland street Dear Santa, My name is Joyce McMillen and 1 am Vn. years old. Mommy is writing this for me. For Christmas I would like a Betsy Westy doll, record player have any more play typewriters ido " house ana some surprises bring me one I want some hanril have a little brother named John lotion. Bring me some surprises. lj and he would like some rubt?er will put a glass of milk and a sand-' trucks - wich on the desk for you. I am five I am a good girl and help nay years old. Tell Rudolph I sang a song about him. Melody Bugsby 23 West Miami avenue Dear Santa, I would like a gun, a cowboy hat and some surprises. Thank you Bill Dexter Dear Santa, I would like a erector set, a digger, a double gunset, and some surprises. Joe Dexter .Dear Santa, My name is Jimmy .Dexter, I'm five years old. I would like a doctor set, a gun set and surprises. My brother Bobby is four years old and would like a gun set, flashlight and surprises. I have a little brother 17 months old, just bring him some ptill toys and some surprise. We will leave some cookies and Candy my sisters Mary anc Carol made for you. Trank you. Jimmy Dexter Dearest Santa, My name is Becky Wood. I am 2 years old. I saw you downtown but was too bashful to tell you what 1 want, so I'll write it. I'd like you to bring a big baby doll and a buggy. Please bring my little niece Melody Joy, 11 months old, a Mickey Mouse rattle. We will leave you some goodies when we go to bed, so be sure to look for them when stopping at our house. Thank you very much, Santa. Rebecca Wood 1122 West Melbourne Dear Sant Clause, I want a Doll and a Pencile set and some Candy and dish Set, and Bill Fold and Pocet Book. I am 7 yr. old. Patty Carter 1027 Woodland street Dear Santa Clause, I want a gun Hosier and a cow Boy hat and cow Boy Boots and a mother. Merry Christmas Joyce McMillen R.R. No. 1 Logansport, Ind. Dear Santa, Please bring me Electric train ar.(i a big robot that talks, ! a gun set and some surprises. have a sister too, so Please bring her a walking doH and buggy. We have a brother 1 yr. old, iring iiim a ball and some blocks. Herkie Patty and Rusty Sullivan Dear Santa, I am 2 .yrs. old. Mommie said I have been a good boy and you will come to my house. I want a record player, a tricycle, wagon and a train. Don't forget my baby brother. He is only 4 months old. Just bring him some stuffed toys. I love You Santa Claus. Merry Xmas Love Handy and David Sullivan P. S. Don't forget Mike, Mona and Bobby Galbreath Camden The annual Sunshine Christmas caroling party was held Tuesday evening. Carols were sung to shut ins in Camden and Billie Cree took the group to Rockfield to sing carols. Thirty shut-ins were visited, including one member, Miss Patty Johnson. Red-felt stockings filled with candy, cookies and an orange were given. The Sunshine,society contributed $50 to the Riley Hospital fund in Indianapolis. The Riley fund is the state project. Secret pals were revealed and gifts were exchanged. New officers of Mt. Zion Lodge Vumber 211 are Fred Hedderick, Norwood Gentry, Jesse Brothers, Max Gish, Bert McCain, Herbert ?Yye, Daniel Benner, Lowell Edging, Gerald Seiber. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanderson NECKTIES Postman, doorman, newsboy, or the feilows at the garage? Is there anybody who deserves a nice Christmas gift that you've overlooked? If so, come right down and choose their Superba gift ties. They're ideal! 313-315 E. Market St. Want Ad Gets Free Bike For Carrier Boy The ad below, placed by a family friend. located a free bike for a boy wich a paper route whose famjly was temporarily unable to help him. MylfOlhor onJ I tolli l !5 u 'f«- ty only ''"!*, OnJ «nd Mom cnn I bu other one because lli nccljcnl anu 1 c '" Civc l.3028. » W rlrat wilder of ra<h trHD newspaper ClosllIM '. Adverting revilt ilorr >™ »wr|i(. llW.rd 1-trl.l, ^ Ao, P. O. Dos 12G, N. W. ftr, MUm) «. tT». V. Sereger, Larry Gentry, and Messrs. Bensom and Benning. will entertain their children and families on Christmas Day. School was dismissed Friday noon for the holiday season. -It will reconvene on Jan. 2. Members of the War Mothers' club will hold their first meeting of the year on Jan. 2 at the home of Mrs. Esther Hedde. , Eighteen members and two guests were present at the meeting Thursday evening at the Methodist church of the WSCS. Mrs. Esther Beauer, vice president, was in charge. President Berniece Wise was absent. She has been ill. Mrs. Eva Robeson was in charge of the program. Galveston The Worthwhile Class of the Baptist Church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hicks with 17 members and six guests present. Mrs. Carmen Hendrickson was in charge of a business meeting. Carols were sung. Mack McDonald led in prayer. A nominating committee was named to choose officer candidates •for next year. On the committee were George Hicks, Beulah Couk, and Evelyn Lenon. v Contests were won by Clark Lenon, Ruth McDonald, Esther Klepfer and George Hicks. Gene Moss was Guest Worthy Patron at the Friends Night of the Order of Eastern Star at Ke- For Christmas * G'rve That Delicious Russell Stover Candies Always Fresh—Always Delicious Alwayi Welcome Only $1.35 lb. box TIMBERLAKE'S wanna. Others attending were Mrs. •Moss, Dorothy Coulter, and Hazel Kepner. Mr. and Mrs. James Carden are the parents of a boy weighing 8 pounds, 11 ounces. The Sunshine Society of the Galveston High School held its annual breakfast at home economics room. The Sunstine girls served food to 75 gues(s. After grace by Sharon Naphew, the girls and guests were seated by the hospitality committee, headed by Ruby Hunt. Judy Robertson, president, was in charge of the meeting. Jean Edwards, program chairman,'was assisted by Marcia Cunningham, Ruby Hunt,' and Carolyn Patterson. TccoixJion music was given by Marleta Simpson and Kathy Wright. Patsy Winters led the Sunshine creed. Guests were: Rev. and Mrs. William Simpson, Rev. and Mrs. George Bredemeier and Rev. and -Mrs. Bickley; Mrs. Martha Ronk, Fred Zching, Mrs. Beulah, Pullen, Mrs. Gretna Graham, Mrs. Nuzum, Mrs. McCork!e, Mrs. Beulah Go'dsberry, Mrs. Ralph Rockey, Mi.ss Francis, D. Mrs. Leah Sparks, Former Logansport Woman, Succumbs Mrs. Leah Sparks, formerly ol Logansport, died at.7 a.m. Sunday at St. Joseph's hospital in Kokomo. She' had worked for many years in the St. Patrick Rectory in Kokomo. She was born in Logansport to Henry and Rose Friend Ahlmer Her home in Kokomo was at 320 West Broadway. She was a merrv her of the Daughters of Isabella Surviving are a sister, Miss Rose Ahlmer, 426 Helm street; brother, John, Indianapolis; and several nieces. Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home, where the Ro sary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Final rites will be at 10 a.m Tuesday at St. Joseph's church, i'with Msgr Maurice Foley official- I ing. Burial will be in St. Vincent's cemetery. BUY OR RENT IARGER QUARTERS THROUGH ClASJIFIED ADS Dial 4141 "You mean, VEEDOL. 1O-3O... the 4-Season Motor Oil. One grade for all-weather protection!" World famous! REALGAS, INC. Logansport, Indiana THEY WILL BE TICKLED PINK WITH From. 500 North Street /a BICKELS Phone 4382 *««»s<pa«^!s<s««Kie«:««w««K««««««wis«««tswsuj!g«^^ Gift Boxed JEWELRY 94c plus tax • Gold and Silver • Rhinestone • Necklaces, Earrings^ Bracelets, Pins. 100% Dacron BLOUSES 2. (Washable drip dri—No iron fabric, with short or % sleeves. Tailored and dressy fronts, Prints,"white and pastels. Sizes 32-44. Monday Evening, December 23, 1957. Long or Waltz Gown by Phil Maid 1 R8 Loo If you clamour for an inexpensive touch of glamour, you'll adore the sensitive loveliness of the frosty alencon lace trim that is coyly clouded by a skin coat of nylon tricot. Choose pink, blue-, mint or maize in sizes 32-42. 100% Nylon Tricot SLIPS Lace Lined Bodice and Hemline. • Wide ribbon straps. White. — I Sizes 32-44. | , For That Extra Gift Merrie Whip Budget Nylons 39c Pafr • Full fashion • First quality • 51-15 • Two winter shades • Self Seams • Sizes8'/2-n Girls' Can-Cans 1. Half or full styles Nylon net Tiers of ruffles White and pastels Sizes 1-3; 3-14 Party Pretty DRESSES 2. Nylon and cotton Lace and velvet trim Washable Colorfast Many styles and colors to choose from. Sizes Cotton ARE YOU STILL IN DOUBT? Give . . . G!FT CERTIFICATES FROM OLSEN'S 100% Orion SWEATERS Cardigan Style Holiday Style Faille Bags by Lavine 2. Pouches, Clutches Black Only Washable No shrinking No stretch Never needs blocking. 6 colors Sizes 34-40 Nylonized Rayon Pants 3Pr. 1.00 • Pastels and white. • Sizes 2-14 BLOUSES 94c Tailored or fancy Fine combed cotton Full cut Sanforized Pastels and white , Sizes 4-14 V Genuine Cowhide Wallets 1. plus tax • Change purse • Zipper compartment • Picture folder' • Black, brown, fan Boys' Gift Boxed SHIRTS 1 Washable Sanforized Ivy League Styles White, plaid, pastels. Sizes 8-12 Men's S-t-r-e-t-c-h HOSE 59c ""LOO i K K K £ K K I K K 1 K K n 1 K K a K P ft K I K I Sport Shirts Ivy League Washable Stripes, checks, plaids, solids. Variety of bright or pastel colors Sizes S-M-L-XL Tie-Sock Combo • Gift Tie, one pair socks Gift boxed, ready to give. s ' ' ' • S Jfc*M*MtMl>l»XMi*Mt>t>t*MUl»SUA>u*^^

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