Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 26, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 26, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, November 26, 1957. Ida Thimlar Rites Friday ROYAL CENTER, Ind. - Fun- rlst>n chapel. She died Monday evening at the home of her son, Kiley, near here after being ill since March. She was born June 12, 1337, in giving Odyssey was read by Mrs. Illinois to John and Phoebe 'Har-j Minnie Knight. Roll call was an- pole Moon She was married June swered with a Bible verse contain- 10, 1914, to Hugh Thimlar, who : —"-preceded her in death. She was past worthy matron and family have moved into their new home on N. Davis street. Mrs. I. B. Jackson of Fort Wayne visited Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Evans and family a few days last wwk. jvuj/vu ^1,^... *.™. - .M..-J Mr s- Mable Montgomery gavej eral rites for Mrs. Ida M. Thim-jthe missionary lesson at the meet-, lar, 70, of Royal Center, will be I ing of the Willing Workers das:; of held at 1 p.m. Friday at the Har-jthe Methidist church held at the. " " "" " home of Mrs. Sarah Cook, who presided. Mrs. Mae Dutchess gave devotions and read a prayer. A Thanks- Survivors are Mrs. Henrietta and a 50-year member of the Order of Eastern Star, and a member of the Methodist church, the WSCS, and the War Mothers. four daughters, Byrd, Durham, N. C.: Mrs. Mildred Lantz, Star City; Mrs. Esther Jones, Indianapolis: Mrs. Lucille McCall, Idaville; two sons, Riley, Royal Center, and Hugh, Wolf Lake; a brother, Alfred Moon, Columbia City; 13 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Friends may call at the Harrison chapel after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Walton Marion Apple, Sr. is a patient at the Tipton County Hospital for observation and rest. Billy Patterson and Danny Birnell have received their discharges from the US Army and returned to their homes here. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hall of Warsaw are the parents of a daughter born- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward are the maternal grandparents. The Bunco club was entertained at the home of Mrs. John Graham in Galveston. Present were Mesdames Bud Cripe, Bill Saylors, and daughter, William Saylors, Dan Guckien. Dick Kile and daughter, Bob Ramer, Harold K. Slusher and Bill Turner. Prizes went to Mrs. Roger Rhodes and Mrs. Paul Strauch. It was planned that a covered dish supper and Christmas 'gift exchange be held on Dec. 21 at the home of Mrs. Jim Beechy at 6 p.m. Those from the Walton OES who attended the Past Matrons and Patrons' dinner at Young America included: Mrs. Margaret Reed, Mrs. Zeke Scott, Mrs. Charlie Leffert, Mrs. Virgil Turner, Mrs. Carl Miller, Mrs. Ray Speitel, Mrs. Homer Bernhardt, Beulah Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swir.g, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Winters, Mr. and Mrs. Earl PurceU, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Hollingsworth, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Plank and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Conn. The Farm Bureau entertained the Pet and Hobby club. Each member was giver.' a gift. A film, "Cinderella", was shown. Joetta Burrous was elected president of the group; Alberta Douglas, vice president; Joan Goldsberry, secretary; Arlene Price and Susanne Freshour, songleaders. Mary K. Carey conducted the business meeting. The leader, Mrs. Leona Patterson, read a "turkey" story. Others present were Ann Lynn Keplar, Junior Guy, David and Donald Freshour, Mrs. Mildred Goldsberry and the McKaig children of Noble township. All members were present at the new Idea club meeting held at the home of Mrs. Goldie Tritt. Plans were made to have a dinner on Dec. 18 at the -home of Mrs. Mary Conner. Contest prizes were won by Mrs. Conner and refreshments served to Mrs. Donna Snell, Mrs. Marmel Campbell, Mrs. Dorothy Conrad, Mrs. Junie Williams, Mrs. Conner,' Mrs. Sadie Taylor, Mrs. Flora Widner, Mrs. Mable Davis. Mrs. Dora Martin did substitute teaching in the New Waverly and Washington township schools. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wolford moved Saturday to their home va cated by the Wilson family who moved north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Don McDaniels ing the word, "thanks". It was voted to have a 25-cent gift exchange at the December meeting at the home of Mrs. Florence Miller. Mrs. Ruty Bucher assisted the hostess in serving luncheon to those named and Mrs. Minnie Walker, Mrs. Flora Widner, Mrs! Maggie Julian, Mrs. Stella Venard and Mrs. Sadie Taylor. Mrs. L. E. Fair and_ son have moved from the country homo to their home in Walton. Raymond Butz attended a tax meeting in Indianapolis last week. Camden Sixteen members of the War Mothers Club and one -guest attended a dinner Thursday at the home of Mrs. Jessie Myers. A gift exchange was held and Christmas packages were v/rapped in the afternoon for patients at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis. There will be no meeting in December. Legion Auxiliary unit 413 will have their Christmas party at the Legion Hall on Dec. 2. Committee in charges includes Alice Linn, Tmyla Wertz and Margaret DeWitt. Peter Kerkhove, son ot Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Kerkhove, wil! enter his Hereford, "Joe" in tne 58th annual livestock exposition at Chicago which opens on Nov. 29. Annual Union Thanksgiving Services Thursday will be held at the Baptist church at 9 a.m. Rev. Dolar Ritchey, pastor of the Lower Deer Creek church of the Bre'jh- ren will be the speaker. Members of the Lion's club held a dinner meeting at the Methodist church on Wednesday evening. A film, "Lumbering ir. the USA", was shown by Robert Ditt- inan. Frank Wilcox, zor.e chairman of the district was present. He announced plans for the International Lions convention in 195S. A public card party will be held on Dec. 2 at the Deer Creek Conservation club. Mrs. Raynes Wyatt was hostess on Thursday evening to the Baptist Missionary Society with Mrs. Edith Patty serving as co-hostess. Devotional period was conducted by Mrs. Mary Sharn and the lesson, on "Swift Currents" was discussed by Mrs. Mariun F. Wagoner. Mrs. Ira Ward was a guest. Congregation of the Baptist church will hold their annual business meeting and election of officers on Dec. 4. Members of the Hi-Y Camden High School are sponsoring a vesper service in the gym from 12:30 to 1:30 Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Charles Landis and family in Rozwell, New Mexico. Mrs. Dorothy George, vice president of the Aim-Hi Demonstration club opened the meeting Thursday evening when the club met at her home; 23 members attended. Devotional period was in charge of Mrs. Dorothy Shanks and Mrs. Marjorie Seiber reviewed the history of the song ot the month. Mrs. Josephine Wyatt talked on health and safety. ' Officers installed at a candlelight service conducted by Mrs. Marjorie Seiber were Carolyn Edging, president; Jean Helderich, first vice president; Jacque Edging, second vice president; Mary Jo Barnard, secretary; Betty Lou Nelson, treasurer; and Thelma Snoeberger, publicity. 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