Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 14, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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Thursday Evening, November 14, 1957. St. Bridget Group Names Committees For Father's Night Committees for Father's Night and the school children's Christinas party were named at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the SI. Bridget Home and School Association at the school hall jvith Sister Edgara offering the opening prayer. Secretary-treasurer reports were reac' by Mrs. William Smith after winch committees were appointed for the Father's Night and covered dish supper December 11 at the school. Mrs. Tom Medland end Mrs. Ray Ristedt were named to the hospitality committee. Discussion was conducted on the annual Thanksgiving turkey raffle and the selling of candy as a money-making project. The penny drill was taken, and the door prize won by Mrs. Raymond Gill. Sister Georgian's seventh and eighth grade class won the at. tendance prize. 15 Attend Meeting Of Crusaders Class Mrs. Mable Palmer assisted by Mrs. Clarabelle Clinton entertained the Crusaders class of the Ninth ; a street Christian church Wednesday Bridge City Lodge Elects Officers New officers were named at the. Tuesday afternoon mee'.ing of Bridge City lodge 254 at the IOOF hall with Cyle Crispen as the outgoing president. Elected were Mary Granger, president; Agnes Murphy, vice- president; Juanita Schaefer, chaplain; Bertha Tuttle, secretary; Jessie Lebo, treasurer; Marie Timmons, conductress; Mae Cox, warden; Essie Fry and Ella Scharf, guards; and Virginia Caplinger, pianist. The next meeting on November 26 will feature a covered dish dinner wiilh Jessie Lebo and Mrs. Caplinger as hostesses. YWCA Board Names Five New Members At Annual Meeting Five new board members named at the annual meeting of the YWCA board of director!; at the YWCA annex Wednesday evening. New members are Mrs. Lester Kaye, Mrs. Dale Goris, Mrs. William Studebaker, Mrs. Verner and Mrs. Tom Morris, of the nominating com- 'miLLKu was read by Gladys Wine- afternoon W ii.h 15 members pres- ™ ;7> {ollows:y ent. Mrs. opened salutes. A report was given by Maggie Amos, teacher, with prayer and flag Miss Susie Otto, and Mrs. Stewart offered the devotions. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party at the church. A letter was read from Mrs. L. B. Edgerly of Fort Worth, Florida. A luncheon was served and prizes were awarded to winners in contests during the social hour. Baptist Class To Hold Annual Dinner The Friendly circle class of the Baptist Temple will hold its annual Thanksgiving dinner Sunday after Worship service for members and their families. There will be a short business meeting and election of officers after the dinner. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Serving on the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Smith, Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Zicg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert UTbrich and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Leslie. MAJ. KREITZ AT BUNKER HILL Board members re-elected for second 3-year terms: Mrs. Richard Camblin, Mrs. Gerald Run. yon, Mrs. Leroy Burger and Mrs. Winemiller. Nominating committee members appointed :or 195758 were Mrs. Walter Mehaffie Mrs. Judd Druck, Mrs. George Brubaker and Mrs. Milton Bishop Rev. M. L. Robinson asked the invocation and Mrs. Runyon read live secretary's report. Mrs. Kenneth Brady outlined the program for World Fellowship Week this week, the theme of the local group being "God So Loved the World." Four girls attired in native costumes spoke on the YWCA's work .n various countries. They were Jane Meinzer, Japan, Joy Booher, Greece, Betty Flowers, Africa, and Judy Shaff, Korea. Mrs. Robert Cole sang three Hospital Notes MEMORIAL—. Admitted: ' Master David Downham, route 3; Michael Stewart, 1730 North street; Mrs. Bertha Lenon, 916 West Miami; Mrs. Mary Kelley, 319 Schultz street. Dismissed: Master James Fuller, 1 109 Minor street; Herbert Ward, Lucerne; Miss Helen Sitz, 516% East Market; Mrs. Bertha Seward. Lucerne; Mrs. George Townsend, Twelve Mile; • •• Carl Clark, Kokomo; Master Harold Keever, .1503 Pleasant Hill^ street; Harold Reice, Burnettsv.iUe; Loyd Moore, route 5. Open Pair Bridge Club Meets At Elks The open pair Duplicate Bridge Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nice Delphi Bill Lang of Yeoman' is back at club met at the Elks Tuesday eve-1 work after a bullet was dug out ning with Mrs. D. D. p'Neill and Mrs. Gene Strange winning first place. C. H. Campbell and Sam Helvie won second place. There will be no meeting next-Tuesday'because of the 'Elks Feather Party. The next session is November 26. at the Elks. Any interested person iis cordially invited :30 p. m. '• to attend -at ST. JOSEPH'S— Born: . to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gilsinger,' 420 East Ottawa street, a son.Admitted: son, 1417 Erie avenue; Raymond Kincaid,. 513-S,outh Cicotti Miss. Charlotte,-Wecht, 227'Eel'R i v erled grace. .Clara Gordon, presi- avenue; Leslie Dunham, 813 North street; Mrs. .Nancy Bates street. Commander of the Bunker Hill Air Force Base, Colonel Henry J. Chisholm, left, greets Major John W. Kreitz, .former Rochester resident, who is stationed at the Strategic Air Command Base at Tucson, Am. Major Kreitz is making several personal appearances around the area, discussing the mission, organization and aircraft ol SAC. Major Kreitz and his crew fly the 600 mile per hour B-47 Stratojets. Master Steveh Jack- VICTORY CLASS A dessert was served at tables decorated in keeping with Thanksgiving theme when' the Victory class of the Market street Methodist church met recently at the home of Charlotte Wolf. of his right knee Monday. He accidentally shot himself with his own pistol while hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerlin of Delphi were called to Newport, Ind. Monday after her brother was shot fataily in the back while hunting. The dead man, Robert Weaver, left a widow and five children. Julian Garrison has' filed suit for divorce against Laura Mae Garrison. In the divorce action of Fred All- America on Edge Of Volcano, Says Evangelist Graham HOLLYWOOD (UP)-Evangelist Billy Graham warned Wednesday night that America is "living on the edge of a volcano" in "probably history's most dangerous hour." Graham who was honored at a testimonial dinner and on the "This Is Your Life" show, declared during television his stay here that "America had belter get Mrs. Hay, /class teacher, offer- •Milton, 807 Dismissed: • Mrs, Cleo Thomas, 1923 North street; Ronald (iun- drum, Rochester; Master Gerald Woolen, .Lucerne; Michael Pas- qiiale, route 5; Mrs. Deane'-Craig, Flora; .Miss Nora Eskew, '304 Day street; John Bruck, Peru; Mrs. Norma Lohning, 83 Sixteenth street; Mrs. Lydia ( Dix, 1004 North street;. Mrs. Robert Bonnell and daughter, Star City; Mrs. Robert Korrecht, Winamac. dent, conducted the meeting. Aileen -Heydc' presented the lesson after which Mrs. Gordon' and Mrs. Martha Parks reported Society The Worthwhile HD club will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Dewey Heyde, 516 Twenty-fourth street. Jewel Rebekah lodge 541 will convene Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the IOOF hall. —fr- St. James Lutheran circle No. 6 will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Nettie Dean, 116 Twentieth street. -£The 14 club met recently at the home of Cecelia Bush, route 2, •with 12 members present. Euchre prizes went to Bessie Osborn and Augusta Krantz. The December meeting will be a carry-in supper Frieda Gerlach expresses her ap- numbers accompanied piano by Susan Acton. at the A panel from Purdue University presented "Problems Confronting Americans" with Mr. Stielstra, assistant dean of men, acting as moderator. Panel members were Rupert Downing, presenting the Negro, Earl Christiansen, second generation American, Tom Stockdale, Protestant, and Bob Zabar, Jew. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Earl Bailey and Mrs. Me- laffie. ST. ROSE OF LIMA St. Rose of Lima study club of St. Joseph church met Wednesday evening at the home of Bernadine Persinger with the recitation of the Rosary and roll call opening (he meeting. Josephine Hombach read the secretary-treasurer reports, and Hanna Hayes read from Fulton ciass-sponsored State hospital.. patient It was on at voted purchase a gift for this person as a Thanksgiving project. New officers were elected as follows: president, Indiana Davidson; vice-president, Edith Meyers; secretary, Alda Byrt; treasurer, Martha . Parks; recorder, Ruth Brader. Contests and a social hour were enjoyed. Betty Streu was co- hostess. Jles bright versus Sarah AllbrigM, thejon. God's side and get ther.e the'defendant has filed -a cross com-;q"'<*- plaint asking the return of her! Graham said he was taken fty former name, Sarah Crce. surprise by the TV show, which Sheriff C. L. Carey and Delphi [depicted his past life an* called Police Chief Gilbert Underfill! took|together relatives and friends. Ke'v- Donald Mann of Rensselaer to thejeral movie personalities, including stale farm Tuesday, where he hadJHoy Rogers, Dale Evans, Jimmy been sentenced af'ter being found]Stewart nnd Carol Channing, at- guilty of issuing a fraudulent tended the show, check. A marriage license has been issued here to James Harger, 24, and Pearl Bell, 59, both of Delphi. Mrs. J, Eeid McCain has been ill with the flu at her home on West Main street. Mrs. Evelyn Stafford and son Stephen spent the weekend at Lebanon with her mother. Sheen's book. -Reports were made on various projects. • The Christmas party will be December 18 at the home of Mrs. Hombach, 2010 George street. Refreshments were served following the session. Read the Classified Adsi'camcen. REPRESENTS SOKORITY Miss Joyce Sprinkle, a junior at Ball Stale Teachers college, was chosen a delegate to represent the Alpha Sigma Tail sororitj' at rhe district convention held every three years, this year being at Eastern Michigan college, Upsilanti. Miss Sprinkle is the daughter-'Of I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sprinkle,'of Tipton Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. ' Called meeting Friday, Nov. 15, at 12:45 p.m. to attend funeral for onr late deceased Bro. Orvillc Spencer. Services at McCIos- key-Hamilton mortuary, 1:30 p.m. —Owen Louis Shantcau, W. M. WOMEN OF MOOSE Women of the Moose met Monday evening at the Moose Home with the senior regent, Mable Williams, in charge. The Four-Fold Declaration was followed by the Mooseheart En-j dowment Fund pledge. Emblems, for the College of Regents and! Academy of Friendship chairman 1 were received from Mosiiheart this week. A card of appreciation for the donation made at the College of Regents convocation was read by the recorder, Lois Lay- and gift exchange at the home of Lucille McDowell. TWELVE MILE PTA The Twelve Mile PTA meeting was held Monday in the school auditorium when, in observance of National Education Week, parents-visited the classrooms and discussed the progress and programs of the students with the teachers. Exhibit of class work were on display. The parents ot the high school students held a discussion led by Mrs. Mary Jo Bean. How to meet the rapidly expanding educational needs of children and youth, what the community wants its schools to accomplish, determining school building needs, counciling of students by parents and teachers and encouraging a family night each week in each home were among topics discussed. The state PTA song was introduced led by Helen Moss with Esther Rudicel accompanying at tiic piano. Devotional hymns were sung preceding devotions by George Wilson. The secretary and treasurer's preciation for get-well cards she received. Reported ill were Olive Ingram, Alice Ross and Roseva Martin. Plans for a bake sale before 'thanksgiving were discussed. Geneva Beall will be chairman. Announcement was made that ihe Loyal Order will hold a chicken and and orchestra on Saturday evening for members and their families. The next meeting will be November 18th. The Ritualistic work will be practiced followed by the serving of refreshments. The chaplain, Ida Mae Vernon, closed the meeting with prayer. The attendance prize was awarded Mable Williams. fish fry on Friday evening a da-nee with Casey Jones' reports were given and members voted to purchase a folding table for the lunch room. Nora Edith Brown and Geneva Griest were appointed to order the table with the approval of the trustee and principal. A report of the regional conference was given by the presi- attendance award second grade second grade pupils and Mrs. Brown served refreshments. The December meeting will feature the Christmas program presented by the school with Mr. Clark, music instructor, in charge. dent and the was given to the Mothers of the JUNIOR LIT CLUB WALTON — Junior Literary club was organized at the home of Mrs. Verne Conn with Mrs. Phyllis Dudenhaffer, third vice- president of District Federation of Clubs, of Jonesboro, instructing the group on what a Junior Literary club should mean to them Those.present were Patsy Saly lors, Patsy Ramer, Janet Leffert Mrs. Ada Cole, Mrs; Don Hinton Mrs. John Nation, Mrs. Betty Sturm, Mrs. Joyce Beechy. Named to the by-laws commit tee were Patsy Saylors, Belt; Sturm and Janet Leffert. Others present were Mabel Lef fert, Fern Kaufman, Mrs. B. L Stroup, of Logansport and Mrs Kay. of Jonesboro. The next meeting will be held with Betty Stosm. November 21st 20TH CENTURY CLASS The 20th Century class of the Broadway Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret Smith. Roll call was answered by eight members. The Scripture lesson and prayer offered by Mrs. Eva Seybold. Pledges were led, the seeretary- treasurer reports read and cards sent to ill members and shut-ins. Plans were made for the Christmas party December 11 at the church. Officers will be in charge and members are asked to bring a covered dish and 50-cent gift for exchange. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Delia McCarns. Open stock in the following patterns:— AMERICAN-COtONY-CHINTZ- CENTURY-CYNTHIA-HEATHE&- H01.tY-l.IDO Also the Beautiful IMPERIAL CANDtEWICK Available at FfftJVBAI/GJf'S Your Diamond Store ********* ***** * 412 E. BROADWAY PHONE 4193 OPEN FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. WARDS" for quality and value MOMTOOMCRV WARD CARLOAD PURCHASE chair sale $ 5 DOWN I WARDS KING-SIZE RECLINER ADJUSTS AUTOMATICALLY... 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