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It* Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Wayne Friendly HD club will meet with Mrs. Chester Whybrew Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. A Bible verse containing the word, "thanks" will be given in answer to roll call. -•&The Liberty Homemakers club will meet Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the school cafeteria for the Thanksgiving family night supper. Each member is asked to bring a 25-cent gift for each person in her family. -&The Adams township HD club will hold a guest day and carry-in dinner Thursday noon with Mrs. Catharine Skinner, Mrs. Emma Abshire, Mrs. Martha Dillman, Mrs. Helen Bookwalter, Mrs. Mary toon and animal-life films. The •fifth grade pupils, under supervision of Mrs. Millicent Condon, music director, will persent several vocal numbers. Devotions will be in charge of Mrs. Leona Gremels- pacher. All parents are invited to •the meeting. /• Nineteen members and two guests attended World Friendship circle meeting of the West Broadway Presbyterian church held in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Aletha Steffey gave devotions and the topic, "World Community Day" was presented by Mrs. Jessie Scott. Boll call was a scripture verse containing the word "Charity". Maxine Buchanan gave special Legion Auxiliary Makes Plans For Welfare Program American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, formulated plans for its welfare program at the Thursday evening meeting at Memorial home with Mrs. Lucille Michael, president, in charge. Mrs.- Edna Oldham, secretary protem, gave the report of previous work accomplished and read "Thank-You" notes from members who were remembered with fowers during .illness and bereavement. Mrs. Oldham also reported on the second district meeting Benedict and Mrs. Gertie Champ j^ usic Mrs Carl Downham was which was held at Warsaw with i i , ... « Impnl np.lpcrnrAS Mrs OnnflTn. as hostesses. The Miami township HD club will meet Thursday evening at 7 o'clock with Freida Miller. All members are asked to bring or send 75 cents for the pie donation. Dorcas class of the Main street Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Charles Whiteman, 826 Nineteenth street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Ulie Neff will be hostess to the Metea Baptist Missionary society Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the church basement. Missionary sewing will be done in the morning, dinner at noon and a business meeting at 1 p.m. Members are asked to bring sewing supplies, a covered dish and table service. The Council of the Cass county a special guest. ocal delegates, Mrs, Oldham, Rev. Weigand Tells Of $ 1 000 Sunday The Ever Ready circle of the Wheatland avenue 'Methodist church convened recently at the home of Mrs. Rayburn Cox at which time Reverend Tom Weigand talked on the $1000 Sunday November 24 at the church for the benefit of the building fund. Mrs. Bruce Buchanan, president, opened the meeting. The joint meeting of the three circles was announced for December 12 at the church basement. Members were asked to bring iiweaters for the Neighborhood House at Fort Wayne and nursery bottles for Ja- Towels will be sold by the cir- Thanksgiving Meal Served To 65 By Baptist Class Deer Creek Unit 96 Sews For Hospitals The Deer Creek Township War Monday Evening, November 18, 19ST. Business Women's Thanksgiving-Meet Attended By 65 The Logansport Business ^; urday afternoon by his mother. Professional Women s club staged > w . ,ts annual Thanksgiving suppei • with Judy Grandslaff and W/aHnocrlav /vuonmcr ah the DvKC- ... ' . .. Fete Marvin Logan On Eighth Birthday Marvin Logan was honored on his eighth birthday at a party Sat- Wednesday evening at the Dykeman restaurant with 55 members and guests attending. The club collect was read by Jayne Kasc'n, first vice-president, was spent in sewing for the Vet ed and announcement made that Christmas gifts would be taken to patients at the state hospital and also a box would be sent to Mona, Arkansas for the Missionary school of Indian children,' Mrs. Lillian Smith was named in charge of the project and. asks that all gifts be in by November Wth. Mrs. Mae Elmlinger appointed her committee for the coming year and report was made on the Third District meeting held in the ehurch. The next meeting will 'be a Christmas party at the church when refreshments will be served . | Mrs. Jessie Saundcrs and Mrs.| clc £or the ye2r . s pr(> j ec t. Mrs '" Lenore Hipster attending. Miss Doris Dennis, treasurer, gave the accounting of expenditures for welfare drives and rehabilitation in the community. New stoves and ovens have been installed in Memorial Home kitchen at a cost of $1200.00 including other kitchen equipment. Mrs. Michael appointed the following chairmen for the scheduled banquets: for November 20, Mrs. Agnes Shanteau, Mrs. Augusta Krantz; November 23, Mrs. Lcnore Hipster, Mrs, Dorothy Andrews; November 30, Mrs. Peg Ashby and Mrs. Oldham. It was voted to accept the serving at banquets to local organi- and a fifty-cent gift exchange ' za tion groups numbering from held. ;seventy five to three Flossie Steward was in charge i guests. hundred of the Stewardship program and the meeting closed with prayer by Fern Williams. The Dorcas Division Federation of Clubs will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock h , rpfrpt . hmpnt5 at the YWCA parlors at which time cflarge ° f refreshments. reports of the club presidents, and department and division chairmen I f_| nrvp [_ enon Wife - will be given. l"' The What Next "class of the West - Broadway Presbyterian church :'• will convene Wednesday afternoon '•' at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Florence .'. Tichenor, 934 West Wabash ave- - nue. First business meeting will be ' held by the Logansport PTA Coun.• cil Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'•" clock at the Roosevelt building. Guest speaker will be C. L. Sharp. The United Lutheran Church Women of St. Luke's church will ". meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 : o'clock at the home of Mrs. Oscar - Homburg. The WSCS of the Bethel Metho' dist church will entertain the Ano- fca WSCS at a dinner at the Bethel .... church Wednesday afternoon at ' 12:30 o'clock. There will be a par- eel post auction sale. District No. 2, Mothers of World .' War 2, will -hold a district meeting at the VFW hall at Knox Thursday - with registration from 10 to 11 •..' a.m. and a dinner at noon. Members are asked to bring items for '. the district auction. 4-H Boosters HD club will meet ; for a Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday morning at 11:30 o'clock at .; the home of Mrs, Irene Ray with ! Marilyn Peters as co-hostess. Boll call will be answered with "some"thing I am mosf thankful for." Members are asked to bring a covered dish, vegetable or des" sert salad and table service. -k;•• Metea PTA will meet Tuesday «vening at 7:30 o'clock at the school. Frank Gallo's accordion - band will entertain, and Keith Rinehart will be the guest speak- St. Arm study club of St. Vincenl church will meet with Mrs. Joe Pancini, 1317 Erie avenue, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Coterie will,meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mary Healoy at which time the book, "Autumn Across America," will be reviewed. The Miami Baptist Missionarj society will convene with Mrs Grace Miller Wednesday afternoor at 1:30 o'clock. Members are asked to bring love gift boxes anc clothing and articles for the Mather's School. F. R. Willsey, Purdue Univer' srty safety specialist, will be the principal speaker at a meeting o the Washington township PTA to be conducted at the school on Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock Willsey will give actual demon I strations in regards to safety anc accident prevention. Also appear ing on the program will be mem ibers of school divisions of Futur< Farmers of America under the di rection of their instructor, Free Eowyer. The Hi-Tri girls again will tak< care of the smaller children en tertaining them with various ear Married 49 Years Mr. and Mrs. Harve Lenon of Young America celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary recently at the home of their son, Arthur, and family, of West Lafayette. . Others present were Dean Lenon, of Kofcomo, and Mrs. and Mrs. Snider, Walton, and Mr. and ilrs. Adrian Wolf and daughters, Virginia and Sandra, of Marion. The eighth birthday of Sandra Wolf was also celebrated. BURLINGTON PTA The Burlington P.T.A. held its annual observance of "National Mucation Week" Tuesday even- ng. Rev. .E. . R. Van Zandt, West iafayette pastor of Sharon Baptist :hurch opened the meeting with levotions. Earl Rodkey, president, presided. A selection was given by Miss DIAL 5144 Pfoasant Hill Greenhouse Mrs. Hobson, Glen Siferd offered devotions, and Mrs. Ray Blotner the lesson. The president of the WSCS, Mrs. Charles BfiWbn, read the committees for the chicken pie supper and balce sale Thursday at. the church. The Chrislimas party will be held Wednesday, December 11, at the Douglas 'home with Mrs. Don Woodling as hostess. ly circle class of the Baptist Temple at the church following the worship service. There was a short business meeting and election of officers after the dinner with Mary Loser reelected president; Marie Norton, vice-president; Wallace Loser, treasurer; and Blanch Smith, secretary; Opal -Leslie, membership chaimvan. The Class is sponsoring the "B.Y.'F. for their project, the Convocation of Music at the Purdue Music Hall Sun., Dec. 15th. 'Guests were Rev. 'and Mrs. John Knight o£ the Baptist Church of Peru, Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Robinson, Cedric Cox, Assistant to the Pastor of the Baptist Temple. Amaranth Grand ., Lecturer Makes Official Visit Logansport Court No. 4, Order of the Amaranth, • met Thursday evening at the IOOF hall at which time the Grand Lecturer, Mrs. Iva York, of Peru, made.her official visit. During the meeting, ail ritualis- W'Ork of the order was exemipli- made. The is to j - " officer's Gleni see tn ' at tlle wonlc of : ' of the court is done properly and erans' hospitals. Mrs. Elmer Caldwell, president, was in 'charge of the business meeting and announced the District Meeting to be at Knox oiv Thursday. She urged all to attend. Mrs. Ella Crockett reported gifts had been sent to soldiers the Retarded 'Children's fund. The club is again selling Christmas candy that can be purchased from any member. Bea Mcllwain introduced Miss Jill Ayres assisting. Games were played, favors given and refreshments of ice cream and dake served. Invited guests were: Tommy Leftwich, Tommy Ranee, Jimmy Babb, Don Fissel, Lehmaiv Wallace. Billy Delaney, Debbie Grandstaff, Dianna Logan. Billy Buskirk, Lincoln Osborne, Vincenl Choate, Billy Woolever, Edward Zimpie- man, Steven Delaney. Mike Logan, Judy Grandslatf, Jill Ayres. Mollie Good., district director, who! ]e to allend bul sending was guest speaker for the even-; g . fls wero Lynn MorriSi paul gis . ing. The program was then turned; ison and Jimmy Robinson. Duane Hems and William Bowen, :°ver to the membership commit- also to Carolyn Johnson in the ser-i '•<* with Alice Hanky as chairman. ice. Plans were made to send!Contests were enjoyed with prizes War Mothers Meet With Mrs. Schwartz Mrs. Edith Schwartz was hostess to Mothers of World W'ar 2, Unit 131, Onward, with Mrs. Effie Layman as assistant hostess recently. Ten members were present. . Mrs. Francis Morris, president, called the meeting to order, and the flag pledge was led in unison. Lucinda Julian offered .prayer. gifts to some shut-ins for Christmas. Mrs. Jane Kloppentmrg, Gossard Stylist, a. guest of Mrs. Delia Hughes, gave a talk on styles. Mrs. James Martin received the door prize. Members attending were: Mrs. James Martin, Mrs. Glen Fonts, Mrs. Esta Nelson, Mrs. Frank Jump, Mrs. De'.bert Smith, Mrs. Elmer Caldwell, Mrs. Ollie Seward, Mrs. Harry Plank, joing to Miss Peggy Dierdorf, Maria Gallo. Myra Williamson, Virginia Beachler.'Jaym: Kasch, Kale Moon, Freida Schmidt and Leah Jane Gaumer. Mrs. Vevay Lang'tak won the special award. Guests for the evening were Miss Jear, Ann Bicker, •Mrs. Mary McClaeb, Mary Weaver, Mrs. Phyllis DeNoon and Vera Anderson. Assisting on the committee were Pauline Bookwalter, Dorothy Hen Mrs Ella Crockett, Mrs. Floyd derson, Fern Pickett Mary Schell, Wilson, Mrs. Delle Hughes, and June. Wal ^' 4 Marie " T> "' one guest Mrs. Jane Kloppenburg. MYSTERY PAL CLUB The Mystery Pal Club members were entertained by Mrs. Marie at a later date. Following the meeting, a social hour was enjoyed in the dining chairman, reported placing flags;,. , ' for deceased veterans, Willis Fish-:' cu erbudc, Martin Dvvyer, Tom espie, Harry Huston and H «ttP Hosoitalized vete-ans wiu i Cording to {ta ritualiaprepaira- otaie nubyn-oiiix-u vci-^iaua , tion for the official visit of the be treated to their annual Christmas party at Memorial Home with the Department Hospilal commis- tee, Mrs. Agnes Shanteau, Mrs. Ashby and Mrs. Blanche Miller in charge. Members are asked to volunteer their help for the dinner and entertainment for veterans on December 13, The unit 60 Christmas party will be held at Memorial Home, Thursday night, December 12. Members who wish to give gifts to the veterans may bring them to the Auxiliary party. Suggested gifts are, gloves, stretch sox, colored T-shirts, shorts, mufflers, billfolds, pen and pencil sets, brush sets, Bibles, playing cards and games. Any gift in metal or glass container or with sharp edges will not be acceptable. Used clothing, all sizes for both men and women is needed, badly for the forgotten patients at State Hospital. by Mrs. Morris in the absence of Mrs. Opal Baker, secretary. Plans were made to attend the district No. 2 meeting Thursday, November 21, at Knox. It will be an ail-day meeting. Secretary-treasurer reports were read and the next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ida Grand" Royal Matron and Patron Bechdol December 12 with a cov- The Indiana Bulletin was read.Wuinn, 1317 North street, Thurs- ered dish dinner at noon. Refreshment were served after which a bake goods sale was held. room where tables were arranged Members are asked to note the in an open square and decoratedjchnge of date for the next meet- in the Thanksgiving motif. A basket of fruit centered tlhe officers' table with pilgrim children, candles and cadies alternating as runners. Turkey nut cups made by members of the committee marked each place. Refreshments were served. SOCIAL CALENDAR Monday 6:30 p. m.—Logan Council, daugh-| m>g. day evening, with a waffle supper. Decorations were in keeping with the Thanksgiving season. "Happy Birthday" was sung to VIrs. L. R. Allison, the guest of lonor, who was presented with a gift from the club and from her mystery pal. Mrs. Hollie Jones, president, conducted the short business meeting during which time plans were! revealed to announce mystery pals at the next meeting, December 12th, which featured a planned Christmas dinner. ANNA GUARD CLASS Mrs. Oscar Homburg entertained the Anna Guard class of St. Luke's church recently at her home. Mrs. Goldie Downham, president, was in charge of the meeting which opened with the Lord's Prayer. Mrs.- Sarah Stephens offered devotions followed by prayer ten' of American club rooms. P° slin "" • , . , -l surers eport and roll call was and Virginia Peterson. The next meeting will be December 11 at the YWCA with the finance committee in charge. FULTON EUB SUPPER The Fullon EUB church will sponsor an old-fashioned Thanksgiving- supper Thursday evening beginning at 6 o'clock at the church. Proceeds from the supper will be used to help pay for the new furnace recently installed at the church. /Ml arc welcome to attend. A free will offering will be taken. Reservations may be made with Mrs. William Hartzler. Fulton. Additional Society On Page 14 Window Shades Rugs-Carpets Upholstery Venetian Blind* Draperies-Slipcovers Phone 3609 220 E. Mark.t Street 124 Sixth Street HAiR STYLING FEATURING THE NEW FAU FASHIONS By Helen of the Fothion Fhon* 20111 412 Bast Broadway WAR 7:00 p. m.-Cass county HD Ghor-^ urers »>P"n, *"£>»" to " "" us, Lutheran church, 7th and [answered with Bible verses. An, ' - ' I election of officers was held with | 7:30 p. m.—'Home and Hobby HD club, Donna Lou Smith. 7:30 p. m.—St. James Lutheran Anyone wishing to donate good] circle No. 6, Mrs. Nettie Dean. used clothing, in wearable condf-' vlyrna Billiard accompanied byUj onj may have their donations Mrs. Fred Rodkey and Earl Rod- picked up by calling, Mrs. SHan- cey, president, conducted the business meeting. Reports were made )y the secretary-treasurer and membership was announced as !02. New projects were discussed and the attendance award went :o the sixth grade. Rev. Van Zandt introduced the Purdue students and led the round Table discussion. Prior to the meeting, the students were entertained by Mr. and Mrs, John H. Todd at a dinner. During the panel they discussed natural resources, holidsiys, religion and kinds of dress. Room visitation followed the meeting. PULTON JC's CLUB Jane Rentschler entertained the 3 C's club at her home for the November meeting which was called to order by the president, Nornetta Rouch. Each member told what she would like for Christmai; .prior to making plans for the Christmas dinner which will be. held at the home of Mary Baker. An auction was held and mystery packages were drawn for Donna teau, 21676; Mrs. Ashby, 6761; Mrs Miller, 8670; Mrs. Lillian Sherman, 4627; Mrs. Bess Hickman, 9639, or Mrs. Alice Scharf, .6621. Children's clothing will also be picked up by the above members and will be distributed to needy children by the child wel-, fare chairman, Mrs. Hilda Burdge. Mrs. Isabel Rammel, community service chairman reported hospital beds, wheel chairs, walkers, crutches etc., in constant demand in the community. Any of these- items are available to the public, free of charge for BO days and. may be obtained by calling 7:30 p. m.—Best Ever class, Broadway Methodist church, Adah Hedrick. 8 p. m.—Infant Jesus of Prague club, Mrs. Vernon Whaley. 8 p. m.—St. Cecelia study club, Mrs. Olive Murphy, Tuesday 2 p. m.—Eel township HD club No. 2, YWCA club. Mrs. Rammel, 8929. The membership attendance award went to Mrs. ^'ell Bradfield and the service sales'prize to -Mrs. Ashby. Mrs. Michael then closed the meeting.with Mrs. Sherman, chaplain offering the prayer. The next, meeting will be held following the November 30 banquet, since the regular meeting date falls on Thanksgiving. SORORITY PLEDGE TERRE HAUTE, Ind.— One hundred five pledges have been ine Hartzler. A note was Leaven, Ruth Rentschler and Max- « rea f^ K ^ «vVn nHnl^v !„„ VarWior A thart wm ™n- ™n= accepted by the seven social sororities at Indiana State Teachers College. Among the 105 is Miss Jeraldine J. Renkenberger, 2130 Broadway, Logansport, who pledged Gamma Phi Beta. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul Renkenberger. read from Ruth Rent;chler who was recently ill. Games were conducted by Nellie McGrew and prize's were won by Pat Eytcheson, Jean Boldry, Maxine Hartzler .and Nornetta Rouch. refreshments were served to twelve members and nine child- the following results: Mrs. Poslin, president; Goldie Downhour, vice • president; Mrs. Fiedler, secretary; Mr. Scherer, treasurer; Goldie Watts, flower committee. Contest prizes went to Mrs. Fiedler and Amelia Huth. The meeting closed with the benediction. Refreshments were served to nine members and five guests. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Stephens, 325 B street with a 25-cent gift exchange. ONWARD LADIES AID The ' Onward Christian ladies Aid met with Virginia Reutetmch who was assisted by Mildred Kuehl. The meeting opened with devotions by Olive Little and roll call which was answered by eighteen members. Randy Osborn installed the new officers and the lesson, "The Unused Communion Cup" was given by Ruth Widner. ' The meeting closed with prayer iy Lucile Fidner. The next meeting in December will be held with Ruth WidAer. DR. 0. L. BRAUN FOOT AILMENTS Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office: 314 North St. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesday! & Friday! 9 la 4 PERU OFFICE 115 We>t 5th St. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat. 9 to 8 Peru Phone: GRIDLEY 33674 Read the Classified Ads Bills Got YOU Down? 4 Practical and attractive Gift that will serve and serve A "Comolictatign Lo*n" may be UM Mlution. We'll b« gl»d to explain how ow plan works, REPAYMENT TERMS TO SUIT YOU FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Open Wednesday 'til 5:00 P. M. loons Up to $500 G.A.C. FINANCES CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company Logansport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 Ofllci Houts: Doily 9-5; Wednesday S Saturday Mi i> Ronson cigarette and lighters iin assorted S - * colors- Pre-Thanksgiving SALE Coats-Suits Dresses Juniors, Misses, Petites> Women's SAVE ON FASHION COATS Our stock i* overflowing with new styles—fine fabrics — lavish fur-trims! All priced at dollars less than you'd expe-ct! GROUP 1 Were $49.95 $69.95 Now $37.88 $51.88 GROUP 2 Were $75.00 $99.50 Now $55.88 $71.88 GROUP 3 Were $105.00 $150.00 Mow $78.00 $112.00 $16 Your cmdit is good at Fernbaugh's Jewelry Store 416 E. Broadway Group of , Wool Dresses Regular Fall & Winter Wools SPECIALLY PRICED FOR CLEARANCE Up to Vs off dress shop '326 East Broadway • PRINTS, SOLIDS, METALLIC TRIMS-FULL SKIRTS • RAYON TAFFETAS, COTTON OR RAYON-WOOL FELTS 3 98 " 5 [99 Wonderful gift ideas and of cour»» every smart girl knows how versatile) a party wardrobe is when »ne con mix or match wtth a dromoHc sweep of skirt that's every inch glamour I Se« Ward«big selection, low price* 110-Wk

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