Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 13, 1957 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 13, 1957
Page 11
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Wednesday Evening, November 13; 1957. SOCIETY All circles of the Calvary Presbyterian church will hold a joint supper meeting Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the church. All members are asked to bring their missionary Christmas gift offerings. "The Greatest Power on Earth." He said the power oi' working together was the greatest—the main reason being that things can be accomplished in this manner. He also stated that we are hezid- ing into a period o£ a larger percentage of children going to school —with a smaller number of qualified teachers. His closing statement was "PTA Reports Heard By Delta Chi Sigma A business meeting was conduct- includes Eleanor Williams, chairman, Rose Elaine Burket, Adelaide Watts and Jeanne Jackson. ,The Christmas party will be held ed by Delta Chi Sigma sorority i December 10 with Eleanor Rutz Tuesday evening at the YWCA at! as chairman, assisted by Betty I which time several reports were!K um ier, Florence Backus and! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune El»»« heard. Adelaide Watts presented the project committee report, and Jane Townsley announced that 18 children needed help so far from the sorority's Dental Clinic. has an important part in this! A ll members are asked to meet The Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, will meet Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at' the home of Mrs. Lenora Hipsher, 606 Biddle street. Mothers of World War 2, Unit 18, will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Memorial home. Members are asked to bring nylon hose, color books and crayons and clean cotton rags to be sent to the Marion Veterans hospital and Indiana State Soldiers home at Lafayette. , American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, will 'meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial home. Deer Creek township Mothers of World War 2, Unit 96, will hold an all-day meeting and covered dish dinner Friday at the home of Mrs. Floyd Stafford. Sewing will be done for various veterans hospitals. Members are asked to bring sewing equipment. American way of life—working together". The Builders class of the Broadway E(JB church win hold the annual Thanksgiving dinner at the church Sunday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. All old and new members are invited to attend. Amaranth Court No. 4, Order of the Amaranth, will meet for a stated session~Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the IOOF hall. Officers are asked to wear white formals and gloves. The Grand Lecturer will make the official visit. A good attendance is desired. Fourth Mothers study club will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Robert Lawrence, 2005 East Broadway. The Rosary society of St. Elizabeth church at Lucerne will meet Thursday afternoon at the church with Winifred Murphy, Grace Carroll and Mary McCarter as hostesses. Frances Montgomery, chairman, •will conduct the meeting, and entertainment will be furnished by the hostesses. A luncheon will be served. A card party will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church with the public invited to attend. Card prizes and door prizes will be awarded. A luncheon will be Veterans' Day Is Theme Of Dessert The Honorary Second Mothers club staged a Veterans' Day dessert party Monday aftetjioon at .he home of Mrs. Melvin Gree.as- felder where decorations were in ceeping with the patriotic theme. Individual flag flavors marked each place, Mrs. Jack Saadi, ;pon,sor, won the door prize. Roll call was answered with 'what I would change in my life if I had the chance, to relive it." The Christmas dinner party was planned for December 9 at the Ben Hur with the following committee in charge; Mrs. George Banta, Mrs. Overton Hershtierger, Mrs. Lynn O'Neill and Mrs. Earl Newcomb. On. Monday's committee were Mrs. Greensfelder, Mrs. Floyd Foreman, Mrs. Merrill Miller and Mrs. Gerald Raber. Cards were signed and sent to absent members. 26 at 7:30 p.m. group picture. at Harrington's Studio November shar.p for the The November party committee Mary O'Connor. Hatfield, Mass, is the birthplace of three noted educators. They are Jonathan Dictinson, first president o£ the school that is now Princeton University, Sophia Smith, founder of Smith. College, and Ephraim Williams, founder oi Williams College. Window Shades Rugs-Carpels Upholstery Venetian Blinds Draperies-Slipcover* Phone 3609 210 E. Mark.! Stra*t THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER DRAPERY LAMP'S GJFTS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors UPHOLSTERY CARPETS ACCESSORIES PLAN AHEA D FOR DECEMBE R 25th * Moke a list of your hises and herses Let Wiler's fill in the rest, like this Lay Away— Wiler's Will Hide it 'Til Christmas! INDIAN CREEK CWF The Indian Creek CWF met at the home of Betty Wilson recently with Monta Herd offering devotions on the theme, "Brotherhood of Faith." F<;rn Deck led group singing. Lottie Catron read the secretary's report and roll call and also presented the lesson on "One Hundred Years in Jamaica Tor Christmas Missionary Work." A report was given on the supper last month and it was voted to hold a Christmas party and gift exchange December 5 at the home of Mrs. Deck. A new project be.gun this month was the sewing of layettes and other garments for both local and foreign agencies. Director of the work is Louise Wilson. Contests and refreshments were enjoyed. WAKE UP RARIN' TO GO Without Nagging Backache Now I You can Ket the fast relief you need from T inK backache, headnche and mua- , cular aches and pains that often cuusc restless :niKhts and miserable tired-out fcellnKS. "When thcfie discomforts come on with ovcr- cxer:ion or stress and stmin — you want relief — want it fast I Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation iollowliw wrorifr food and drink — often setting up a rentleas uncomfortable feeling:. For ciuick relief Bet Doan'n Pills. They work fast in 3 separate ways : 1. by speedy pain-relieving action to case torment of nag- •*" —• • , , _.. pBin-reiievinK uuuun tu tune MJIMIUJII. w* n»is- served by Margaret SClieetZ, Mary \tfng backache, hemlachcs, muscular iclies K. Scheetz, Elina Rogers, and Ag-l?!« 1 .P«'}<>-. 2 -.> *". ir «"* ln ?, «««'.?," nes and Dorothy Remley. Thanksgiving Tea Precedes Meeting Of PTA At Tipton A tea in keeping with a Thanksgiving motif preceded the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Tipton school PTA at the auditorium •with C. L. Sharp, superintendent of schools, as the guest speaker. Mrs. Donald Yerkes, vice-president, conducted the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Paul Maple. The meeting opened with pledges and devotions by Mrs. Homer Ellers. Secretary- treasurer reports were read by Mrs. Carl McPherson and Mrs. lyle Daugherty, respectively. The membership chairman, Mrs. Robert lies, gave a report on the number of patrons .joining the PTA. Mrs. Lyle Daugherty read a report sent in by Mrs. Harold Yeate'r, who is representative of Tipton PTA on the planning and building committee for the proposed new high school. Mrs. Yerkes suggested the group give candy bars to the pupils in the room that has the highest attendance at the meetings. Mrs. Landrum's sixth grade won the attendance award. Preceding the meeting a tea •was held in charge of the 5th and 1 6th grade mothers. Decorations were in keeping with Thanksgiving and fall flowers centered the tables. Mrs. James Sturdivant and Mrs. Herbert Holcomb presided at the tea services and were assisted by Mrs. Joe Hunter, Mrs. Carl McPherson and Mrs. James Mc- Miniv. The speaker for the meeting was Charles L. 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