Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 2
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Two Logaasporl, Indiana, Fharos-Tr!lJun« SOCIETY The Wayna township hospital Auxiliary will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Grass Creek school fdr a sewing session. All members are urged to attend. j- The Ladies Eagle Booster club will meet for a social evening Thursday at 3 o'clock at the club The Liberty Homemakers club met with Mrs. Ruth Masterson for the June meeting with Mrs. Bonnie Montgomery as co-hostess. "Happy , Anniversary" was sung to Ruth' Masterson and Des- by the Galveston church entitled "An Early Morning Call". Participating were Mrs. Jack Johnson and Mrs. Carroll Beckley. Mrs. Evelyn Lenon presented the "Living Waters", and a workship was held for officers. During the business session $300.00 was pledged to the new Baptist mission now being erected in Kokomo. Mrs. John Newsom, of Kokomo, dismissed the meeting with prayer. Cookies and punch were served by the Judson church. Washington Township - Carroll County Home Demonstration club ' La Fountaine chapter, read her report and it was voted to hold a Christmas party Saturday evening, December 7th at the Woman's club in Wabash starting with a dinner at 6:30 p.m. with husbands as guests. i Entertainment will be in charge of Alice Burrous of Walton chapter and Juanita Smyth, of Lagro repeating of the Lord's Prayer. Prizes in contests went to Dessie Rentschler, Ruth Leavel], Anna Champ, Jane Hentschler and Nellene Rentschler. Maxine Hartzler received the door prize. Refreshments were served to 12 members and eight children. Deer Creek township War Mothers met with Ella Crockett Friday for an all-day session with sewing of robes for veterans at We.slville Hospital the project of the day. Ten mothers attended with t!ie severed dish dinner being served at noon followed by a short business meeting. Five robes wure completed. During the mteting it was voted to donate $10.00 to the district project a.id announcement made thai the next meeting will be held Louanna Shanks. with Marriage license was issued yesterday by county clerk, Elizabeth Bicker, to Chester McUaniel of Walton and this city. Louise Vibbert of Women of the Judson Association of the Baptist Women's Mission Society met Friday at the Judson Baptist church with th<: president, Mrs. William Nash, of Liberty church, opening Iho meeting. Mr.?. Marie Payne of Forrest, presented devotions on "Living Water". A family life playlet was given sie Rentschler read two poems, i convened -recently in the home of "Mama" and '"First Place Hon- Miss E { f j e ors" in her honor. Devotions "What Have You Given Up' 1 * were read preceding a poem entitled "Father" and the The president, Mrs.Norma Guckien led the members in the pledge o[ allegiance and club creed. Members reported a "wedding incident" in response to roll call. Mrs. Irene Sinn offered devotions, and Miss Pauline Robeson presented the lesson on: "Freezing." She illustrated the right kind of containers and wrappings to use for retaining food flavors and successful freezing. The second half of the lesson will be presented at the next meeting. The song of the month was sung by the group ied by Mrs. Mary Ellen Johnson. The safety and health chairman, Mrs. Jva Yerkes presented a lesson on fire. A program ol music was offered by Pamela Hylton, .Hose Mary Mylet and Mrs. Eva Brown The hostess Chapter. Barbara Heineman, Velma Eileen be in Pricket, of Converse,, and Meyers, of -Wabash, will charge of devotions. The husbands and families of the group were guests at the picnic. Mrs. Alice Carver, 804 High street, entertained the How Many club Tuesday evening with prizes going to Mabel Greider, Flora McClure and'Emma Johnson. Refreshments were served. The'next meeting is July 9 with Mrs. Carrie Clayton, 804 Twentieth street. —fir- Mrs. Robert Young, assisted by Mrs. Robert Herrold, entertrained the' Wayne Friendly HD club recently. Mrs. Elmer Douglass led in the 'pledge to the flag and the club creed. The club prayer was repeated in unison. Mrs. Frances Hendrickson gave the history of the song of (he month and led in singing. Mrs. Everett Gragg read the secretary's report answered with housekeeping." Mrs. Arthur Feidner gave the lesson on Safety in regard to the "Basic Immunization of Childhood." Mrs. Elmer Douglass reported on her trip to the Purdue Confer- and the roll was "where I started Mrs. Feidner and Mrs. J. C. Herrold continued the lesson on "Meat Mrs. Freda Mylet serving refresh- j m ents 1 Cookery" by showing a film entitl- assisted by ed "Surprise for Janie." Refresh- ments to 13 members and seven were served to members guests: Phillis McVey and daughter, Mrs. Bessie Huston, Mrs. John Mylt-'t and daughter, Mrs. Louise Hylton and daughter and Mrs. Eva Brown, and Mrs. Einmet Guckicn. The meeting closed with the club collect. Mrs. Mary Hinkle won the door prize. The next meeting will moot in thc home of Mrs. Mary Teol. The Ilow-Dy's club, cnnnpnsed »f AsKociutc Matrons of the; Order of /eastern Star of District 111, held a picnic Sunday at Peru city park. A short business moetinj.; wa.s conducted by the prcHiclnnl, Barbara Heine-man, of Huth Cliaptnr, Peru. The secretary, Jeanne White, and guests, Mrs. Ernest Mund and Mrs. Gladys Richards. Mrs. Richards became a member of the club. VFW AUXILIARY HONORED VFW Auxiliary, No. OTO, received three honors at the department encampment recently at Ihe French Lick-Sheraton Hotel ami also recognition for having the largest membership for any auxiliary in the state. Two first place citations were received for publicity and junior •girls' activities and a third place award in tho press book division. WHEAT ABOUT READY FOR HARVESTING Wednesday Evening, Tune 26, 195T. ner, a scavenger hunt was enjoyed after which Esther Newman led a song'test in the parlors. The committee included Marilyn Ferguson, chairman, Elsie Olson, ArdeU Leavjtt, Doris Simpson 'and! Charlene Haley. ' It was announced that social delegate, Eleanore Rutz, business delegate, Jane Townsley, along with Wanda Wisler, Florence Backus and Maxine EnsUeld will leave Thursday morning for Chi-^ cago" where the National sorority; convention will be held through; Sunday at the Cionrad Hilton j Hotel. | Delegates will report at the next meeting to'be a business session July 9. • Go Ivy, young man This wheat field is typical of the many 15-ffcre plots in Cass, White, Carroll, Fulton, Miami and! Pulaskl counties that will be cut down next weejc as the harvesting season swings into gear. Tlie local wheat crop Is expected to be below that of last year which reached near record proportions, but the national production Is not expected to fall despite the soil bank acreage reserve program, • because of Increased yields per acre. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Louise Hamilton Bride of Airman In Church Rites Miss Louise Hamilton and Hichard H. Eskildsen were united in marriage during a ceremony Siln- day, June 16, at the Wesleyan Methodist church on Michigan avenue with the Reverend Floyd Morris officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hamilton, of 424 Michigan avenue, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Eskildsen, of route 2, Charlotte, Iowa. A wedding supper was enjoyed at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Centering the serving table was a two tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Following the reception, the couple departed on a trip to Charlotte, Iowa. The bride is u -graduate of the local high school and is employed in the office ot the Logansport Machine company. Her husband is a graduate of the Charlotte high school and is serving with the US Air Force, stationed at the Bunker Hill Air Force Base. The couple is residing at 925 Flndley street, ,cily. ' Altrusa club will meet Thursday evening for a 7 o'clock dinner and business meeting at the Trinity parish hall. Delta Chi Sigma Hosts 14 Guests At Indoor Picnic At YW Delta Chi Sigma sorority staged an indoor picnic for members and (heir guests Tuesday evening at the YWCA dining room and parlors with 37 persons present. Guests included; Connie Kam- pcnga, Gertrude Wilson, Mary O'Connor, Pat Connors, Sally Raub, Jean Jackson, Sally Hunter, Susie Kumler, Susie Parker, Sandy Smith, Pat Dougherty, Joyce Parker, Linda Hulls, and Judy Wliealon. Al.s», the sorority mother, Mrs. Moss, and pationess, Mrs. Chase. Following the fried chicken din- Local Delta Theta Chis At National Meet In Missouri The third National Convention of Delta Theta Chi sorority was conducted at the Presidents' Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, June 20-23. Local Kappa chapter members attending were Mrs. Velma Herd, lelaeno province president, Jen- i nimae Hunter, delegate, Jean Bile, delegate, and Marie White, alter- j nate. . "Golden Opportunities" was the ;heme' of the convention. On Saturday morning a Celacno province breakfast was held with Mrs. Herd as hostess. During the Saturday ousiness meeting, National Memorial services were held with Marie White serving on this committee. National executive council members were.elected Sunday. The bid for the -liiifl convention was won by California with the event to be held in Los Angeles. During Ihc closing luncheon, "Harvest of Opportunity," the centerpiece was won by Mrs. While. 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