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Six Logansport, IhdTana, Pharos-Tlrfbun» Washington Club Of Cass County Dines At YWCA Thirty-nine members and one guest, Mrs. Katherine Roberts, attended the covered dish dinner and meeting of the Washington Township Home Demonstration Club, held Thursday in the parlors of the WYCA. The president, Mrs. Gilbert Kaderstorf, returned thanks at the dinner, which was served at individual tables decorated in the Christmas motiC. Mrs. Raderstorf opened the business session wita Christmas greetings in verse. The song of the month, "Oh, Come All Ye, Faithful", also several favorite Christmas carols, were sung by the group. A Christmas hint wi's given in response to roll call, tal- lowed by devotions by Miss Mary Donohue, concerning the Nativity. Mrs. Clifford Dehaven conducted candlelight installation service for the following new officers for 1958: President, Mrs. Rader- siorf; vice-president, Mrs. George Byers; secretary, Mrs John Walls; treasurer, Mrs. Paul Jones; project chairman, Mrs. Arthur Leffert, and reporter, Mrs. Raymond Schneider. Mrs. Dehaven •was presented a gift by Mrs. Rad- erstorf. The club accepted an invitation to visit Bethlehem Township HD club in the near future. It was voted to contribute clothing, money, food or toys to two needy families in Washington Township. Miami HD Served Dinner At Peru Miami township home demonstration club Christmas party wa. held at the Bearss Hotel, Peru, with a ham dinner being servet from tables decorated in the holi day .motif to twenty-six members Following the dinner Mrs. Ellen Smith offered the Christmas story and a poem for devotions. Pledges to the flags were led by Mrs. Iris Harry and Mrs. Fausta Bel: gave the history of the song of the month and led in the singing of carols. A favorite holiday recipe was given in answer to roll call prior to the report of the secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Mary A. Balsbaugh and Mrs. Peg Minglin. Flower report was given by Mrs. Mildred Bowman. Year books were distributed and secret pal names exchanged for next year. At the close of • the meeting, Mrs. Dor.na Balsbaugh installed new officers: Mrs. Mary Alice Balsbaugh, president; Mrs. Wilanna Jones, vice-president; Mrs. Dolores Cotner, secretary, and Mrs. Peg. Minglin, treasurer. The meeting closed with the reading of the club creed. During the social hour prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gladys Ashcraft, Mrs. Sarah Doran, Mrs. Wilanna Jones and Mrs. Edna Bosh. Gifts were exchanged and secret pals revealed. On the committee in charge of the meeting included Mrs. Ellen Smith, Mrs. Donna Balsbaugh, 1\Tt*e- TVTatMr All pa "Ral oht»iif»li anr? Cheerful Helpers Enjoy Seasonal " Dinner Meeting A carry-in Christmas supper was enjoyed by the Cheerful' Helpers class of the Broadway EUB church Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Huffman, 1901 North street. Entertaning rooms were decorated in a .Christmas motif, featuring a lighted treet. The long dining table was decorated with a colorful centerpiece surrouned Wayne HD Club Meets. All-Day Wayne Progressive Tile HD club met Thursday for an all-day meeting of Christinas party at the home of Mrs. 'Robert Thomas, featuring a covered dish dinner at the noon hour. Mrs. Thomas showed slides of pictures taken by club members during the past year. President, Mrs. Thomas, opened the meeting with group singing of "Silent Night." Devotions offered by Mrs, Mrs. Raderstorf appointed . . . committee to receive contributions j Mrs. Peg Minglin. from the members desiring to give, namely: Mrs. Charles McNulty, Mrs. Paul Spitznogle and Mrs. Carl Jones. Mrs. Charles Rush was accepted as a new member. Secret Pals were revealed during the exchange cf Christmas gifts, and new secret pal's names were drawn. | ^so7o('yir. a'nd Mrs. Henry" A. Jacqueline Hasty, Allen Lee Morrow Marry In Virginia Miss Jacqueline Ann Hasty became the bride of Allen Lee Mor- Mrs. Raderstorf presented a skit in monologe entitled, "Christinas Dinner". Hostess for the Christmas party was Mrs. Arthur Leffert, chairman, assisted by Mesdames Walls, Dora Shuey, Clara Vance, Raderstorf, Ernest Fiedler and Cora Gremelspacher. The next meeting will be held January 2, at the home of Mrs. Paul Spitsjnogle. 36 Attend Culture Club Yuletide Meet The Mental Culture Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mayme Castle, 129 Wheatland Ave. Mrs. Alma Hill.president, opened the meeting with thirty six members reading the pledges, followed by A Collect For Club Women. The Secretary's and treasurer's reports were given by Mrs. Alda Byrt and Mrs. Fay K. Johr.son. Members responded to roll call with a verse Jrom the Bible. Mrs. Gangloff, route 5, city, during a ceremony November 15 at the Cottage Place Methodist church in Portsmouth, Virginia. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hasty, of 2129 North street, Portsmouth. Rev. William G. Winton officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by tiny ,red baskets of mints and nuts. Mi-s. Ethel Hahn returned thanks for the meal. Mrs. Maudie Priest- hoff, president, read Scripture and Mrs. Mae Pownall offered prayer. Mrs. Elsie Bushing gave the secretary's report, Mrs. Alta Hyman, the treasurer's account, and ;jie flower fund treasurer, Mrs. Pownall, reported. A donation of $100 was pledged to the Central college. Endowment fund. Tie offering was received, and the president closed the meeting with prayer. During the social hour, a gift exchange was enjoyed. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. Vella Frey, Mrs. Bushing and Mrs. Lotta Bailey winning prizes. Tile president presented crocheted gifts to each member of the class. Gifts were also presented by the class to the teacher, Mrs. Huffman, and assistant teacher, Mrs. Hyman. The January meeting will be iield at the home of Mrs. Priest- h.off. the Lease. was read by Mrs. Henry Roll call was answered with a "winter pastime." The candlelight installation of Keystone Ladies Mark Christmas Keystone Ladies met Friday afternoon at the YWCA annex for th'e Christmas party. Refreshments were served by! Gross and Gertrude Craig. officers was conducted by Mrs. Floyd Thomas. Constitution and by-laws were read by. Mrs. Adam Sommers. It was voted Mrs. Peny would be publicity chairman, and Mrs. Lease chorister for the coming year. Mrs. Irene Itouch, new president, reported on the president's meeting at Rochester. Gifts were exchanged and secret pal names revealed. There were 1 14 members and one guest, Mrs. Eugene Thomas, were present. Hospital Party Attended By 35 Thirty-five members of the St. Joseph hospital Auxiliary met for the annual Christmas party Thursday evening at the hospital. Ann Cook was re-elected president during the short business meeting with Mrs. Harrington, vice-president, Olive Brenner, secretary, and Anne Moran, treasurer. > Prizes were won by Irene Brennan 'and Mary Gray. The committee in charge included Mrs. Del Flanegan, Louise Rothermel, Veronica Rotliermel, Josephine the committee,' Mrs. Hazel Camp-! her father, wore a waltz-length j be[] chairman, Mrs May Cox, Qf Ann gown of white brocade, princess Mrs _. Nettie Boatman, Mrs. Lena Jl " rxMM style, with a sabrina neckline and I JoneS| Mrs _ Dora B USsar ' d and bouffant skirt. She wore a shoulder-length veil secured to a see'3 pearl crown, and carried a white Bible topped with white roses. Her jewelry was a double strand of pearls. Miss Virginia Mitchell, of Portsmouth, attended in a shrimp colored gown of chiffon designed with an off-the-shoulder neckline and bouffant ballerina-length skirt. She wore a matching velvet bandeau and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Art Jordan, of Shirley, Indiana, Martha Williams had devotions j was best man The mother of the and used the letters in the word i bride wore a hunter green knitted Christmas, explaining how each dress with ma t c hing accessories, letter signified spirit of tl-.e Both wore corsages O f bronze holiday Season. Mrs. Sarah Hays chrysant hemums. . assisted, quoting from the Bible,.. A rec eption was held at the so- verses illustrating many examples. dal ha]1 of the church following Miss Elsie Downs introduced the guest speaker, Mrs. G. E. Yeazel, who recited the Christmas Story, "There Will Your Heart Be Also" by Adela Rodgers St. Johns. The poem, "Just a Little Christmas" was. recited by Mrs. Dollie Weymer. By an unanimous vote, the following committee, Mrs. Glen Fairman, Mrs. Mable Timmons and Miss Nan Nelson, v/as elected on nominating committee for officers' Of 1958. An exchange of presents was held prior to a dessert luncheon served -by hostess Mrs. Mayme Castle, assisted by Mrs. Clara Kirkpatrick, Miss Nan Nelson, Mrs. Dollie Weymer and Opal Humes. On January 2 the Mental Culture Club will meet at the Y.W.C.A. with Mrs, Opal Hume as hostess for a carry-in luncheon. the ceremony. Residence has been established at 2104 Queen street, Portsmouth. Mrs. Bertha Tuttle. The door prize went to Mrs. Club ^-iuu Observes Christmas Mrs. Ed Murphy, 810 • Spear •street, entertained the St. Ann Mary Granger". Special awards study club of St. Vincent church went to Mrs. Cora Sweet, Mrs. W. jat 6 o'clock dinner Thursday eve- E, Donnelly, Mrs. Gladys Ellis and Mrs. Helen Shultz. Table prizes were received by Mesdames Fern Weaver, Arch Campbell, Ada Gross, Howard Seward, Glen Sweet, Dora Bussard, Ed Murphy, Marguerite Knepper and E. Antolini. The next meeting will be January 15 with Mrs. Fern Weaver as chairman. Jiing, Lighted red tapers decorated the serving table, and each place was marked with a miniature Christmas tree. A Christmas exchange was enjoyed at which time secret pals were revealed. A social hour was held with game prizes going to Mrs. Mae Grady, Mrs. C. L. Murphy and Mrs. Booher. The next meeting will be held wife Mrs. Frank Latz. Noble Township HD Entertains Ward 12 The annual Christmas party at HARRISON HD CLUB The Lucerne Community room was decorated for the Christmas party enjoyed by 1 guest, and 32 members of the Harrison Township Home Demonstration Club, Wednesday afternoon. Ruth Wipperman opened the meeting by reading a short poem and Frances Bridge gave devotions, "The Legend of the Christmas Candle." Mary Backus led the group in singing the song of the month, "Adeste Fideles" and then all joined in singing traditional Christmas carols. A religious thought was given in answer to roll call preceding a resume of the year's projects by Betty .Deck, newly elected president. The outgoing president, Ruth Wipperman, was presented a gift by the club and she in turn presented the club with a gift. Betty Deck outlined final' plans for the party Sunday afternoon at the State Hospital after which Mrs. Wipperman led in the Home EC. Creed and pledges to the American and Christian flags. During the social hour, Christmas refreshments were served by Mildred Elliott, Mae Swank, Ma- The next meeting will be heldjgenta Maroney and Roma McDon- January 8 at the home of Gloria i aid while the members held their and Paul Mull, 1104 Michigan ave-'gift exchange and revealed secret nue. sisters. Those attending were Don Clark, Rose Mary Clark, Helen Forker, Jack Forker, Don Hyman, Jerry Spangler, Melba Spangler, Gloria Mull, Paul Mull, Pete Tharp, Nancy Tharp, Joe Walters, Malinda Clark, Nancy Spangler, Beth Ann Forker, Bruce Mull, Phyllis Morgan and Mrs. Tom Weigand. WHEATLAND CLASS The' Wesleyan Fellowship class of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church met at the home of Helen and Jack Forker Wednesday evening. Devotions were read by Phyllis Morgan, and prayer was offered by Jerry Spangler. Rose Mary Clark led the singing of carols. A short business meeting was conducted by Melba Spangler. Games were played, and refreshments served by the hostess. A gift exchange was enjoyed. GIA PARTY GIA social club met for the Christmas party Thursday at the home of Mrs. Vivian Grow, Eel River avenue. Following a turkey dinner, a short business meeting was held with cards being sent to ill members and a letter read from a member in Florida. Games were played and prizes won. Hostesses included Mrs. Grow, CLINTON HD CLUB Clinton township Home demonstration club met Wednesday with Mrs. Martha Justice opening with Mrs. Edna Conn reading from the year book. Devotions were given by Mrs. Frances Gross and the history of the song of the month given by Florence Meeker. Mrs. Mary Dillman accompanied the group in singing prior to reports by Mrs. Mary Powlen, Mrs. Stella Fitzer and Mrs. Alta Alread, secretary, treasurer, and flower fund chairman. Plans were made to adopt a forgotten patient for the 'coming year prior to the reading of "The Eternal Message of Christmas" by Mrs. Fred McDowell. A gift exchange was held and Nettie Boatman, and Lula Schreck- ^JT.^.^JfJ 1 *..'"!?.^! enghaust. The next meeting will be in January with Mrs. C. R. Messerly, 1931 High street. Read the Classified Ads presented a presidents pin by the club. Refreshments were served to 25 members, a guest Mrs. Ethel Olds, and five children. . Assisting in serving refreshments were Mrs. Lucille Homburg and Mrs. Pauletta Justice. ged staged afternoon by members of the Noble township home demonstration club. The ward was decorated in a yuletide motif with the center of attraction being a gaily decorated tree. Carols were sung and gifts were distributed from beneath the tree along with candy, cookies, and pop corn balls furnished by the 'club. Next meeting of the HD club will be January 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Noble township school when family night and a basket supper will be featured. CROOKED CREEK FELLOWSHIP The Womens Fellowship of the Crooked Creek Congregation Christian church held their annual Christmas party in the church parlors Wednesday with a covered dish dinner served at noon to 32 ladies and four children. The door prize'went to Virginia Kistler. Adaleen Fry, president, conducted the afternoon meeting and read an article written by Helen Keller. The group sang carols and Mrs. Pina Campbell was in charge of "devotions and read the Christmas story for the Bible and offered prayer. Mrs. Olive Hipes gave a reading entitled "A, Shepherd's Faith" and a playlet was given by Bed- nice Baer, Pina Campbell, Mary VFW AUXILIARY MEETING Barr , B illene Fry, and Jane Ken Nqomi Shrine Holds Yuletide Ceremonial, Initiation For Five Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order 'of t'hR White Shrine of Jerusafem, convened Thursday evening at the IOOF hall for a- Christmas ceremonial and initiation of five new members. The Shrine room was decorated iji white with evergreens, a lighted cross in the -northeast and a small pink Christmas tree in the southeast. A manger scene was also featured with the animals being made by Sebar and Fern Ward. "Belva Wilson, worthy high priestess, thanked the members of the decorating committee, Fern Ward, Elizabeth and Schlegelmilich, Lucille Roberf Hunter, 4-H Boosters Club Gathers At Kokomo "The 4-H Boosters home dem-! savv . onstration club met at the Court- a § aln ' Monday Evening, December 23, 1957. Arrest Police Chief On Traffic Charge COAL CITY, 111. (UP)-Polic« Chief .Ed Vilt today arrested Police Chief Matt Pantaleone of Uie neighboring village of Eileen. Pant.ileone set out in pursuit o£ land hotel, Kokomo, for the annual Thursday Christmas Opal Hume and Clara Conrad. luncheon. Favors of tissue packets and ball point pens were given, gifts from the 4-H girls. Mrs. Lewis Peters gave the history of the song of the month and "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Joe Weaver and Mrs. James Ollis. "Happy Anniversary" was sung to Mrs. William Dutchess and Mrs. .Eugene Scott. Mrs. Roy Rodabaugh gave devotions and prayer' and following the luncheon installed new officers. The out-going officers presented club pins to the new officers: Mrs. Don Spence, president; included officers of the shrine and'?^ aM '' SMrG °±" B = b f' 'T Mr c and Mrs. Harry Current, P^^™^™Mrs. Don Spence who outlined club District deputy Mary Shockney and John Shockney, of Kokomo, were also present, along with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson of the Wabash Shrine. Following the ceremony, officers were congratulated after which the worthy high priestess thanked pro-ten officers, Clara Conrad, third handmaid, Marie Burch, worthy herald, Regina Redding, courier, all past worthy high priestesses of Naomi Shrine, and Earl Burch, who presented the slides, past watchmen of shep- terds. Christmas stories were read by Betty Sturgeon and Chester Zartman. Clara Minnick spoke to the new members. Lavon Johnson, worthy organist, played Christmas carols, and Goldie Chase was soloist for the evening. Beiva Wilson announced that Velma Herd, queen, had been guest queen in Rochester for in- plans for the year. Dues were paid and a vote taken to keep a scrapbook for the year. Mrs. Austin Webster read a poem, "The Fight Before Christmas" and presented to Mrs. Wilbur Roach a pocketbook from the club. Woman, 64, Who Was Orphaned at 3, Wants To Meet Family ST. LOUIS (UP)—Mrs. Susanna Milbourn, 64, a great-grandmother, says the best Christmas pres-'a speeder in Eileen, about a mile ent she could have is to meet the | away, and chased the offender in- famiiy she never knew. jto Coal City. ' She was adopted from an or-; Pantiileone's squad car hit an- phanage at the age of 3 and never j other car at an intersection, car- brothers and sisters jomed off and struck a second car, then snapped off a traffic light "As a child I never had anybody of my own," she said, "so I wanted a big family." pole. Viit ticketed Pantaleone on charges of driving too fast for Married and widowed twice, she j conditions, failure to have his cm- has 28 children, grandchildren and under control and causing an acci great-grandchildren. dent. Vilt said Pantaleone was us- She said she was born in New| in S neither his flasher nor his York, the daughter of Jacob and' siren Mary Phellan Davis Records! Tlle oase was continued (o Dec. show there were other children! 26 in J uslice of tne P ca ce court. born to her parents, she said. She was placed in St. Theresa Vincent's Oprhanage in New York and taken at the age of 3 by a family in South Bend, Ind., where she grew up. "I've looked all over for my relatives," she said. "I think of them every year about this time." She's Allergic to Christmas Trees ST. LOUIS (UP) - Mrs. John Pplzm always greets Christmas with watering eyes and wheezes. She is allergic to Christmas trees. She said she discovered the ailment last year after spending other Christmases sneezing and Lwheezing. This ye:r she flatly re- Mrs. Wilbur Roach as Sar.ta dis-; fused , to serve as a committee tributed the gifts which revealed secret pals. A contest was won by Mrs. Roy Rodabaugh and announcement made that the next meeting will be held with Mrs. Joe Weaver January 15th at 1 p.m. BIDE-A-WEE Five members of the Bide-A- Wee club of Fulton entertained the other members at a dinner at the "Welcome Inn" at Metea. the the Christmas party with the meeting being opened by the president The group assembled at home of Annahelle Allen for ^,igh priestess. Aretta Wilson 'and the watchman of shepherds also spoke. It was announced that gift baskets will be distributed to ill members. Refreshments- were served to 75 members following the meeting at tables decorated in a seasonal motif. The next stated meeting is January 16. VFW JUNIOR The Junior Girls GIRLS unit of the club collect. Roll call was answered. Fruit and candy was wrapped to be distributed to shut-ins and Sunshine pal names were revealed with th« opening of gifts. Refreshments were served by the hostess. member to decorate the tree in the social security office where she .works. _ "The tree and all Die decorations at home are artificial," she explained. "Serve on the office tree decorating committee? Nev- The speeder Panlalcone was chasing got away. CORSO'S BANQUET One hundred and seventy-five persons attended the annual Christmas banquet of Corse's accordion school held at the Galveston American Legion Thursday evening. Following the banquet, dancing was held from 9 till 11 p.m. DENIES WEDDING Bill Tidrick, 40014 East Broad- jway, today denied the story in last Tibune that he was married Disagreement Over Political Issues In St. Louis Parties ST. LOUJS (UP) — Republican Lon Hocker and his J956 gubernatorial campaign manager differ sharply about a proposal that St. Louis Mayor Raymond R. Tucker, a Democrat, "switch party affiliation." Hocker issued the invitation but attorney Mortimer A. Rosccan said "We don't want Mr. Tucker in the Republican Party." Rosecan made the statement in a Teamsters Union-sponsored television program Sunday on station KTVI. He described Tucker as "one of the worst mayors" in the city's history. Hocker had previously labeled Teamster leader Harold J. Gibbons "the real boss" of the Democratic Party. And he credited Tucker with operating "the best Democratic city administration this city has ever seen." In the televised interview, Rose- can charged that the mayor "can't get along" wiUi aldermen or legislators. The VFW Auxiliary convened recently at the post home with president, Jtobyn Myers, in charge. Roll call was answered by 24 members. Secretary, Ada Mallette, reported. Those reported ill were June Dilling, Frank James and Lallas Roller. ' Those giving reports were Margaret Stuart, hospital equipment, nell entitled "Christmas Around the World". A gift exchange was held. Hostesses included Mrs. Grace Hall, Mrs. Mary Barr and Mrs. Mary Fry. SALEM WSCS The'WSCS of the Salem Methodist church held a covered dish Ruthalene Ervin, cancer, and ju-!supper and Christmas party at the nior activities, Virginia Spurgeon. |Jiome of Mrs. Gifford Davis with A donation of $50 was voted to Mrs. James Kay as co-hostess. a veteran and a Christmas check was sent to Loyd Rhodes who is in the veterans hospital in North Carolina. An audit was called for January 6. Virginia Grant read the treasurer's account. Mrs. Alice Lambert won the door prize. A gift exchange was . enjoyed and refreshments were served by Dorothea More'nead, Charlene Davis, Robyn Myers, Marr Bhody, Virginia Spurgeon and Marie Winn. The next meeting will 'be January 14 at 8 p.m. at the post home. Veterans were presented gifts by the Auxiliary Wednesday afternoon at the State hospital. Virginia Grant, Virginia Spurgeon, Elsie Bushing and Jessie lies represented the Auxiliary. Husbands were guests. Following the supper, a short business meeting was held and Sunshine boxes packed. , Contests and game prizes went to Rev. Dean Cornelius, Mrs. Grace Smith and Linda Cornelius. A "Pirate" gift exchange was enjoyed around a lighted tree by those attending. DR.O.I.BRAUN FOOT AILMENTS Rag. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office 314 North St lOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wednoidays t Friday* 9 to 4 VFW Auxiliary met Monday evening at the post home for a Christmas party. Christmas carols were sung with Donna Myers at the piano. Mrs. Jessie lies entertained with ber dancing doll. Gifts were ex-' changed and refreshments were served by Mrs. Phyllis Farrer, Mrs. Mary Huff, Mrs. June Pearson, Mrs. Laverne Hizer and Mrs Julia Boughton to the following: Connie Huff, Jean Jones, Cynth: Hatten, Patty Selvi, Mary Ma: lette, Kathy Mallette, Kathy Er <vin, Kay Winn, Rita Corcoran Barbara Gottschalk, Donna Myers Mary Davis, Vicky Finney, Fame la Webster, Jackie Minsek, Bett Webster, Lynn Hizer, Susan an Edith Moore, G-wendolyn and Shar on Weimer, Mary and Deboral Griffith, Margaret Massey, Janie Hyman, Donna Spurgeon, Chery Pearson and Lela Boughton. Mothers and guests were Helei Jones, Virginia Corcoran, Jea: Spring, Ada Mallette, Ruthalem Ervin, Lillian Webster, Robyn My ers, Virginia Grant, Virginia an< .Ror.ny Spurgeon, Sue and Bill; Weimer, Helen Massey and Tom my and Johnny Boughton. The next meeting will be hel January 6 at 7 p.m. at the pos home. 4-H CLUB MEETS The Merry Makers 4-H club met at the home of Diana Muffin recently. A Christmas party was held and Jane Mullin, president, conducted the meeting. Jean Ringer and Barbara Bell Thursday evening by a Kokomo justice of peace, to a Seattle, Wash., airline stewardess. He said the information sub' milted was erroneous. BETHLEHEM VULE PARTY The Bethlehem Presbyterian church will hold it; Christmas par- gave special numbers, and Dianejty at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the Mullin presented demonstrations. I church. There will be singing, reci- Songs were led by Kay Guckienj tations and play dialogues. Offer- and Conny Martin. Gifts were pre- ings will be taken for the Ecuador Personal Mrs. Marion Croxton, RN, has flown here from the east coast to be witli her father. Earl Moore, 1118 North Third street, who is ill -and confined to Memorial hospital, LIVESTOCK MEETING OMAHA (UP) — Midwest beef, pork and Jamb producers will gather in Chicago Jan. 15 for the 1358 convention of the Corn Belt Livestock Feeders Assn. sen ted to John . Berkshire and Lowell Groninger. Mission School. The public is in-, vited to attend. j 0W Flowers art the ideal way to remember those dear to you at Christmas DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill GreenhoMe EYEGLASS hearing aids We. have Batteries and Cords ', for most hearing aids. FERNBAUGH'S JlEWBUtY STORE 416 E.Broadway Christmas Candy ^to giv« and «njoy lib. box.*1.3«S 2 Ib. box.-......2.6O 3 lb. box..!.... 3.8 5 5 Jb. box. 6.35 Exclusively at Timberlake's —Place your Order Now for this Wonderful Candy! Hundreds of Boxes to Choose From When You Want Fine Candy —Come To TIMBERLAKE'S Gift Shop Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers Ml E. Mark*! 5tn«t Phone 3609 Rugs-Carpets Upholstery Venetian Blinds • {BARGAINS M COID WAVES Lanolin Oil Permancntt Including Hair Cut FOKONW 4.95 Hcurtt 11:30 «.m. to I pjn. No Appointment LOGANSPORT KAtffY SHOP l».Md AD Day Wi •Hi and Broadway OYHt BAIUY1 This is a good "slogan." But it's certainly not "proof enough" to you that the kind of bank- ing service you can expect at The Nations! 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