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Ten_ Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nearly 120 couples attended the annual Hi-y formal dance Saturday evening at .the Armory, ac- coimng to an announcement by Jack Ulmer, Hi-Y sponsor and guidance director at the local fli£h ^school. Dave Nichols, general chairman, crowned Ellagay Noble and Jerry Bentz queen and king of the dance, music for which was presented by the Bob DeCamp band li'om Richmo'nd. HI-Y FORMAL STAGED AT NEARLY 120 COUPLES Gary Blaekman and Pamela Bird, Bob Umbarger and Babe Beaver, Lowell Pinney and Mary Jo Molique, Mike Young and Helen Myers, Larry Kitchel and-June Williams, Dave Bardy and Nancy Wilson, Harold Apt and Sheryl'La- Dow, Steve Skelton and Danya Swisher, Larry Hunter and Margie Conrad, Clifford Smith ami Roberta Smith, Leland Daugherty and Rosalie Ruschokfski. with the assistance of 12 eighth grade girls from Riley and •Lincwn junior high schools." Women Attend ... — nm, wl lvll , m m ivirs. i i- t| i . . . Saunders and Mrs. Paulj r6l lOWSnip Meeting Twenty.eight mem b ers ant j [ W0 guests, Mrs. Hazel Gray and Mrs. Charles Ward, were present at the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Women's Fellowship of the Crooked Creek Christian church at the church. Mrs. Adeline Fry, president, was in charge of the meeting, which opened with song and prayer. Roll call was answered with "Something For Which I'm Thankful." The next meeting will be <in all- day session December 19 with 3 Christmas dinner and 50-cerit gift exchange featured. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and •gift. Mary Miller offered the devotions on Thanksgiving and showed slides on the "Home Mission Fields." Hostesses were Jane Kenneil, Pat Coleman, Donna Brubaker and Betty Farmer. . Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharp, .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mertz, Mr. and Mrs. James \\clls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Meinzer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ulmer, Jack Closson, Miss Eleanor Rutz, Ted Bowen, Larry Highbaugh. Couples attending were: Joe Shaughnessy and Linda Smith, Gary Price and Connie Schirm, Doug Forgey and Pam Wilson, Wayne Levy and Pat Mpllencup., Ralph Levy and Peggy Murphy, John McCammon and Jane Moyer, Tom K.nepper and Judy Newman, H. C. Renkerberger and Carolyn Lowe, Ronnie Grisez and Sharon Denny, Jim Dixon Tarn Watts, Dave Bowies and and Ciithy Huff,' Jerry Bentz and Ella gay Noble, Tom Brown and Frankie Finch, Timike Haines and Kathy Shafer. Dick Pan-agos and Mary Ellen Jones, Mark Armick and Cinda Kathrens, Mike Farrell and Mar- Worlsing, Mike Baker Metea Group Holds All-Day Meeting Mrs. Illie Neff entertained 1.6 members and five guests of the •>/•.,_-„ r> i, — T\ «•• ™" ,! Metea Baptist Missionary society Karen Rehm Dwayne McCleab !; Wednesd » t the Pru / ch base . I rf' £n.fw ?• ' ^ lke ™ 0rdan «ent where an all-day meeting ana Janet Hanlm, Allen Thomas',,,„. i-.u and Rose O'Connor, Terry' Hershberger and Sally Gohl, Duane 4-H Boosters Club AAarks Thanksgiving A Thanksgiving dinner was featured by the 4-H Boosters icime demonstration club Wednes- dEiy afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Ray. Mrs. Louis Peters assisted the Kistess in serving the turkey dinner to the seventeen members and three guests, Mrs. Mary Peters, Mrs. Jim Ollis and Mrs. John i Downhour. i Meeker and Carolyn Conn, Mike M'ader and Susan Rowe, Ronnie Frick and Barbara Moore, Terry Hargrove and Kathie Hillis, Larry Kitohel and Sharon Thomas, Neil Sanders and Janie Meinzer, Tom S:.ena and Linda Smith, Paul Elmore and Joan Townsley. Bill Studebaker and Dianne Wells, Jim Watts and Sandra Ratliff, George Sailors and Myra Sjybold, James Arnold and Judy "Vernon, Bill Bowyer and Linda Lavvson, Jim Fergus and Barbara Eavis, Harry Dahl and Ann John- sun, Don Hope and Beth Neher, Ted Wild and Brcnda Downham, Nelson Becker and Glenda Graham Charles Davidson and Jane Ann Conrad, Carl McPherson and Janet Bell, Jack Jordan and Rosemary McCain, Bill Timberman and Marsha Parrel, Wayne Hartmann and Nancy Talmadge, Gene Hensell and Mary Steinberger, Pebble Miller and Judy Polsineli Joe Newman and Gail Lowe, David Nichols and Sandy Ulbrich, Fred Henna and Carolyn Strong, Gordon Wolf and Doris Winter, Jay Marks and Carole Carson. •Mike Maple and Karen Ryan, Donald Logan and 'Judy Galloway, Gary SUtt and Karen Wag- i.er, Jack Cain and Dottie Ohil- cott, Dick Sundy and June Siev€TS, Larry Wood and Nancy Hauss, Dave Lybrook and Sharon Plotner, Garnet Welch and Anita Firmani, John Wells and Judy Pasquale, Richard Dial and Jennie Drompp, Paul Hamburg and Ethel Leazen- liy, Harry Reed and Beverly Tucker, Charles Myers and Susan Eagon, Paul Cotner and Charmane Belcher, Allen Austin and Fran- <:es Huff, Jim Tribbett and Nancy Van Allen, Steve Foreman and 33eth Lehman. Gary Helvie and Karen Kline, Don Hockman and Elnore Drompp, Larry Brown and Anne George, Bill Richter and Ardell Price, Steve Kaye and Karen Schumacher, Jim Moss and Ann Raub, Michael Minter and Linda Raub, Gary Powell and Carole %inna- aian, Jim Bain and Roberta Hammontree, Warren Hickman and Sarah Malady, Tom Hayward and Sharon Hardin, Don Kesler and Eosemary Gear, Bob Burbrink .and Susanne Smith, Larry Arth- ;ington and Carole Hardt,. Tom .Johnson and Pat Mcllwain, Cliff Davidson and Janet TaUman, Ron Schwering and Betsy Bailey. Ed Nichols and Mary Jo Quaglio, Charles Meade, and Becky Hupp, Ron Watson and Joanne Pasquale, Jay Kitchel and Gloria Vitello, Nick Gordon and Jo Ann Rozzi, John Hillis and Susie Scagnoli, Carl Galloway and Georgia Miller, Jack Reeder and Susie Long, Dick Douglass and Jane Macy, Jerry Bunger and Sharon Kin" Bill Smith and Marcia Cart, Bob Hardin and Connie Klumpp, Tom King and Bettsy Watts, David Justice and Sherry Dielliman.i Toni Barnes and Jean George. j Jim David and Sandy Sundy, j Joe- Scagnoli and Dianna Ratliff, Mrs. Helen Paschen presided at the business session. Mrs. Helen Crane, chairman of the mission program, was assisted by Olive Manning, Vera Nice and Eiva Grauel. It was voted to install two new lights in the church. Mrs. Mable Sherman closed with the devotions, "Such As I Have." Devotions, "Don't Forget to Bej Thankful for the Little Things" was i given by Mrs. Forest Baber. Mrs. ' L. Peters gave the history of the song of the month. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Forest Baber and Mrs. Albert Miller and "Happy Anniversary" sung to Mrs. Wilbur Roach and Mrs. Ray Rodabaugh. The lesson on Landscaping was given by Mesdames Joe Jackson and Gordon Baber. Mrs. James Crockett resigned as secretary and Krs. William Cree was elected to that position. Mrs. Austin Webster was presented a lace tablecloth by the group as a wedding gift. : The Christmas dinner will bej December 18th. i Bethel WSCS Hosts 11 Anoka Members The WSCS of the Bethel Methodist church of Clay township entertained the Anoka group at a dinner at the -Bethel church Wednesday afternoon. Following the meal, business meetings were conducted by both groups. Mfs. Hortense Stoughton, president, opened the meeting of the- Bethel group with Leona Ratcliff leading the pledges. It was reported that 320 chapters of the Bible have been read. The committee for shut-ins was' appointed to include Ocal Sisson,' Edith Davidson and 1 Ethel Angle. Mrs. Florence Jones won the door prize. A total of 11 Anoka members and 16 Bethel members was reported present. A parcel post auction was enjoyed. The next meeting will be a gift exchange at the home of Ethel Banta. Dorcas Class Holds Election of Officers „... « <* S *« . cas class of the Main street Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at the meeting held in the home of Mrs. Viola WhLtem-an. Mrs. Bertha Dixson gave devotions, reading from scripture and a paper, "The Betrayal." Thanksgiving poems were read by members including "Thanksgiving Grace" by the president, Mrs. Daisy Stuber. Devotions closed with singing and the repeating of the Lord's Prayer by the group. Reports were given and. members reported ill prior to the an- Bethune Club Hears Mrs. Kenneth Brady Mrs. Kenneth Brady spoke on "World .Fellowship" at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Mary Bethune club at the YWCA. She explained that the observance of world fellowship has been marked for over 60 years by YWCA's around the world. She also said that last year there were 14 staff members from this country sent overseas to do YWCA work. A short business ' meeting was conducted with Harriett; Frisby, president, in charge. Mrs. Zenobia Wells read the secretary's report after which members voted money to the World Fellowship fund and nouncement that a fruit basket will I lo: be sent to the shut-ins. a ' for canteen spending by a patient St. James Circle Names Committee A nursery commitee was appointed at the Wednesday evening meeting- of the Miriam Guild of St. James Lutheran church conducted at the parish hall. Mrs. Mary Terry, vice-president, opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Jill Hill, Mrs. Dorothea Davis and Mrs. Margaretha Gilsinger were appointed on the nursery committee. The meeting closed with prayer, Mrs. Alfred Gerni, hostess, served 1 refreshments. The Christmas par-j ty was announced for December 18 Sewing for the missions was corn-: at 'he home of Mrs. Hill. Mem- plcted. A 50-cent gift exchange bers are asked to bring gifts for will be held at the December 18 meeting at the church basement with Wilma Metz as hostess. President Hosts Miami Baptist Meet Mrs. Grace Miller entertained the Miami Baptist Missionary society Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Zoe Flory as assistant hostess. Mrs. Miller, president, led group singing, and Mrs. Ada Patton offered prayer prior to the roll call answered with a Bible verse. Eleven members- were present. Christian current events were given, and Mrs. Neva Read, secretary, and Mrs. Agnes Flory, treasurer, re;x>rted. Zoe Flory read the flower report and a report of sick members was made prior to the reading of a thank-yon note from the Lislon family. The next meeting, a Christmas party, will be held at the home of Mrs. Patton. The lesson on the Love Gift, led by Mrs. Read, was presented with Agnes Flory, Millie Kline, Mrs. Dora White, Vera Bennett and Grace Miller assisting. Love Gift boxes were turned in as Mrs. Read offered prayer. Mrs. Kline and Mrs. Pauline Skelton offered dedication to the White Cross with Mrs. Patton, Agnes Flory, Julie Packard and Gertrude Wilson assisting. secret pals. SOCIAL CALENDAR THURSDAY 6:30 p.m.—'Liberty Homemakers HD, school cafeteria. T p.m.—'Miami township HD, Freida Miller. 7:30 p.m.—Excel club, Mrs. J. P. Da-wson. 7:30 p.m.—Homemakers HD, Mrs. Jack Regan. 7:30 p.m.—WSCS, Webb Chapel, Mildred Moss. 7:30 p.m.—WSCS, Clymers church, at church. 7:30 p.m. — llth district, Indiana State Nurses Assn., Florence Nightengale study club, YWOA annex. ' 7:45 p.m.—First Mothers study club, Mrs, George Muehlhausen Jr.' 8 p.m.—Naomi Shrine No. 9, IOOF hall. 7:30 p.m.—St. Ann study club, Mrs. Clara Powers. 8 p.m.—St. Joseph'.hospital Auxiliary, hospital. 8 p.m.—Ladies Eagle Booster club, club rooms. FRIDAY 1 p.m. — Ladies aid, McNeely church, Clara Bowman. United Lutheran Women Convene Mrs. Oscar Hamburg entertained] the United Lutheran Church Women of St. Luke's church Wednesday evening at her home. The meeting opened with prayer, and following the short business meeting, devotions and the lesson were presented by Mrs, Blanch Stroup. Mrs. Goldie Chase sang a song, accompanied by Mrs. Stroup. The lesson, "Christians Live Here," was presented by Mrs. Boy Fisher and Mrs, Loral -Reed. Refreshments were served to 16 members following the missionary benediction. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the parsonage December 9 to be held jointly with the Von Bora society, GAMMA NU SORORITY Twenty-two members of Gamma Nu sorority held a covered dish supper Tuesday evening at the home of Clara Gill. The hostess was assisted by Virginia Hinkle and Janice O'Donnell. Decorations were based on the Thanksgiving motif with the table being centered with a horn of plenty filled with a fall bouquet. Miniature turkey and chicken! salt and pepper shakers were at individual places. Mary Beck gave prayer. Prizes, hidden in .the table decorations, were presented Eileen Musselman and Alberta Hitohens. Anita Leedy received the door prize. Phyllis Morgan was a guest. The evening was spent socially. Election'of officers was held with Mrs. Daisy Stuber being named president; Viola Whiteman, vice- president; Cora Eisele, secretary and Florence Saxon, treasurer. • Plans were made for the Christ, mas dinner to be held December 18th. Mrs. Barbara Grantham closed the meeting with prayer. Josephine Williams and Edna Caldwell answered the most Bible the State hospital. Members were asked to bring to the next meeting an article that can be sent to the School for Mentally Retarded Children, that is, wood to be used for carving, materials, etc. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Geraldine- Runyon and Magdalene Smith. the attendance award. seventeen members and two guests attending. Thanksgiving decorations were used in the decorating motif. DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA Logan Council, Daughters of America, members and friends j convened for a covered dish sup- rooms with a social hour following the meal. Jefferson Board Plans Yule Party Plans for the children's Christmas party were made at the executive meeting of the Jefferson PTA Wednesday evening at the school. Thursday Evening. November 21, 1957. Amthauer Pupils Present Recital A piano recital was presented Sunday at the Blue Ball Christian church by students of Mrs, George Amthauer. Duets were presented by Pamela Koch and Barbara Downham, Lois and John Adkinson, Mike Ream PTA Entertained By Gallo Junior Band A program by the Frank Gallo Junior band highlighted the Tuesday evening meeting of the Metca PTA at the school with Mert Maudlin, president, in charge of the business session. Members of the band participat- and Mrs. Amthauer.' A trio num- ™8 «"** Jf nis Sharps Sharon ber was given by Patsy and Polly ; Murphy. Ruth Ann Krantz, Nancy _ ° . __ . _ l*i*iVjiH»> Rorharo Mfli-'in KnrtHv Ramer and Kathy Ream. Barbara Mar'.in. Buddy •""*' """ ""«v *"-"'"' Ray Sandra DiJlinp, Carol Slus- Solos were given by Cindy Chum- .... ' KanVial , M cGu in Buddv Dod- v T.iPshPt .Tnv Pattv Haderslorf. s ?l- ap.liai. .wcum. Buaay L/oa ney, Liesbet Joy, Patty Radcrstorf, Harold Bruner, Joyce Wilson, Kenny Martin, Nancy Myers, Randall Neu-burn, Patty Bruner, Craig Martin, Lyn Koch, Martha Jay, Sammy Burrous, Judy Landes. Greg Bryan. Connie Ream, Billy Jacoby, Vicky Hubler, Christina Hardy, Jimmy Raikes, Patty Richason, Pamela Koch, Barbara Downham, Frnces Jay, Eddie Nelson, Jackie Routt, Patty Mehnen, Terry Snider, Jane Hensley, Carol Wilson, Mike Ream, Rusta Shawalter, Ruth Morgan, Carol Ann Chumney, Dean Rush, Kalhy Ream, Patty Ramer. Janet Willis, John Adkinson, Arvilla Erdmann, Polly Ramer, Lois Adkinson, and Barbara Watterson. Music pins were given each student. Additional music featured Dewayne McClaeb with trumpet selections accompanied by Belly Flowers at the piano. The closing prayer was offered by Merlin Raikes and refreshments were served. PURITY REBEKAH LODGE Purity Rebekah lodge 127 will [meet Friday evening at the IOOF Games were enjoyed and prizes]hall for memorial services for awarded. Merle Jester, recording' Florence Lorenz and Maude Cot- rill and Jackie Baker. Keith Hineharl, a teacher at the local high school, spoke on "Public Education." "Give God Thanks for Work" was the devotional topic presenlcd by Albert Rodgers. Refreshments were served. The December meeting will bi> in charge of the children and will be a Christmas program. Walton Literary Features Topic The lopic. "Vital Forces in our Allies," was presented by Mrs. Carrie Quinn al the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Walton Literary club at the home of Mrs. Horace Beckley. Mrs. Charles Lcffert, president, was in charge of the meeting; Mrs. Betty Dakin and Mrs. Edna Grose led the flag pledges: Mrs. Fern Henry, !he club creed. Mrs, Ada Bowyer read the secretary's report, and Mrs. W. H. Kaufman, the treasurer's account. Mrs. Margaret Reed was voted in as a member, and Mrs. Fern Ward and Mrs. Marie Kaiser re-, ported on the "adopted" patient at the Stale hospital. Mrs.' Samuel Upton, Mrs. Bruce | and .Logansport, secretary, reported, and a letter received from Lena Rutherford, district 4 deputy, announced that the goodfellowship meeting will be held at Gas City Tuesday evening, November 26, with Golden Link council members as hostesses. Councils of district 4 include Kokomo, Elwood, Hartford City, Peru An election of officers- and! Mrs. Verne Conn reported on the drill practice will be held. All members of the drill team are urged to attend. FRANKLIN STUDY GROUP The Franklin Parent-Teachers Association study group met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. and refreshments were served. Mrs. Kline displayed articles to • Dolphus Nelson, route 5. be sent for the White Cross quota Presenting the topics for discus- and read a letter from Detroit in sion were: "Home-grown charac- connection with the dedication ser-.ter traits," Mrs. Wayne Watts; vice. ("Ten point protection against mo- Mrs. Kline won the door prize,. lesters," Mrs. Robert Schirm; "What young people can't talk over with their parents," Mrs. Donald Schmidt. Following the presentation of each topic, a general discussion •was held. The next meeting will be held December 17, at the home of Mrs. William Hile. All parents and teachers are invited. CASS FEDERATION The Cass County Indiana Federation of Women's Clubs met Wednesday afternoon in the YWCA parlors with Mrs. B. L. Stroup, president, in charge of the meeting. Reports on activities in various clubs and departments were given by representatives present and maters of general importance on County, district and state levels were considered and acted upon. The next meeting will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, February 21st. in the YW club room. . Members are asked to note the change of meeting date which was altered due to conflicting activities. Read the Classified Ads Gibson and Mrs. Frank Apt were appointed in charge of plans for the event to be held on the evening of December 19 at the school in conjunction with a candy sale. The next business meeting of the local council will be Monday evening, November 25, when plans will be made to attend the Gas City meeting. CLYMER PTA MEET The Clymers PTA will meet at | the school Friday evening at 7:30 j o'clock. A speaker will be featured, and refreshments served. Junior Literary club being organized, and a card was signed and sent to Mrs. Guy Yohn who is ill. Mrs. Keith Kinncy presented two character readings after which Mrs. Tom Swatner played recorded music. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Clara Braly and Mrs. Helen Yohn. Favor.s were horns of 'plenty containing nut? and candy. HI TRI NEWS Hi-Tri IV members heard a talk at their Tuesday evening meeting a^ep^enS,^ 6 W^ *<±^« ' Jean Rigger, MERRY MAKERS The Merry Makers 4-H club met at the Burrows school. Officers in charge were Jane Fellowship. Mrs. Buck told that there were active YW groups in 70 countries and also mentioned that a YW club is sponsoring a program for Korean orphans. Announcement was made that a record hop would be held December 17th in the Y annex. The program for the evening was led by Ann Burns with Carol Apt and Mary Ried giving prayerss. Kay Wolgmuth gave a poem and Severely Tucker read scripture. vice-president; Barbara Adams, secretary-treasurer; Karen Kahler, reporter and Conny Martin and Kay Gu-ckien, song leader. Sue Adams and Eileen Quinn were in charge of recreation. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THANKSGIVING SPECIALS SPECIAL wwid. Nylon-Acetate Jersey $3.19 With That Vtlv.t Touch Rig. 3.75 fd. 72" wid. Nylon Net A n coio« SPECIAL O7C AND TAFFETAS TO MATCH BARBERS SEWING SUPPLIES '318 E. Broadway Yd. Y d. Phom 4454 REHMS LOWEY ORGANS ...YOUR KEYS TO THE WOR/.D OF MUSIC STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE At Morocco's .521 E. Broadway Just Arrived...This Ideal Gift ST. 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