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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Sorority Plans Yule Party For Retarded Children Sigma Phi Gamma sorority planned a party for mentally retarded children and named delegates to the convention when members convened Monday evening at the city building. •Mrs. Jack • Cotner will be in charge of the Christmas party for mentally retarded children December 15. The Alnlia T>~-.,:-.,,> convention was announced for January 25 and 26.at Kokoin ilerman Loner, president, business delegate; Mrs. Carl McWilliams, a! ternate; Mrs. Ned Dwyer, social delegate; and Mrs. Paul Shanks, alternate. The local chapter will be in charge of the Memorial services a' the convention with Miss Evelyn Petrie as chairman. Mrs. Richard Layman, ways and means secretary, reported and the by-laws were read by Mrs. Thomas Morris. The Christmas party will be held December 9 at the YWCA with Mrs. Garrett as chairman. A gift exchange will be featured. By Donations Voted . Haddock WSG The Margaret Haddock Wesleyan Service Guild of the Market street Methodist Church met in the church parlors Tuesday evening. The meeting was opened with Mrs. Harry Hashberger reading a Thanksgiving poem, followed with prayer. Devotions were given by Stella Reynolds, and the lesson by Mary Felker. The business was presided over by the president, Edith Ayres. It waa voted to pay $100 to the'Ad- vance and $25 to the church flow- 18 Women Attend Glymers WSCS Meet Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mrs May Owens entertained 16 memi bers and two guests at the Noveim bcr meeting of the Clymers WSCS recently at the church parlors. Guests were Mrs. Clara Hurley and Mrs. Mildred 'Slusser. The meeting was opened with group singing followed by devotions by Sue Deitrich. Mrs. Mary Dillman presented the lesson, "Sowing the Seeds." The secretary's report was r«ac by Jane Slusser and Bernice G-or- don gave the treasurer's account Thank-you 1 cards were read anc cards signed and sent to sick members. Contest prizes were won by Suzanne Porter and Lena Dillman The attendance prize went to Mildred Slusser. The next meeting a Christmas party, will featuns a 50-cent gift exchange. Refreshments were served at tables decorated in keeping with the Thanksgiving motif. Psi Otes Feature "Holiday Prevue'' Psi Iota Xi members were entertained Monday evening at 'the horns of Mrs. Brice Fitzgerald, 1930 High street, with a demonstration of Christmas packaging by Mrs. Nora Conn \iko also showed holiday decorations, centerpieces and favors. The program for -the evening also featured a showing of flocked "Snow Fantasies" by Mrs. Jack Fairman. These Christmas arrangements made mantal iind table decorations. A points game was enjoyed with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Robert George and Miss Mary E'.len Mull. Members brought Christmas Alda Byrt. Mabel Eshelman and Edith Meyers were appointed as a committee to secure a speaker for the January meeting since that is Guild month and the members will be entertaining the Women's Society at that time. Refreshments were served al tables decorated in the Thanksgiving motif, with tapers of dif- er fund. Also the Guild will givei wrappec i pac kag e s for mentally a Christmas party for a Ward at; m children who are in hospitals the state 'hospital. throughout Indiana. This is a na- A nominating committee was ap- tj on .Q p s j j 0 t a Xi Sorority project, pointed, and those serving are| Mrs Ma rk Smiih anc j Mrs . Robert Lulu Bishop, Martha Parks, and j Kruezberger head the Christmas Gifts Committee of the local Alpha Xi chapter. At the close of the evennig cherry salad with Philadelphia cream cheese topping, date nut bread, and coffee were served to 48 guests. The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. John Hiatt, chairman, Mrs. Leland L, Smith, Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Miss Gertha Stur- ferent fall colors, committee were man, Mary Weaver Uoker. Serving on the Mabel. Eshel- and Freda Organize Sunshine Club At Metea HS Girls of the Metea high school met Tuesday at the school to or. ganize a Sunshine club and elect officers. Judy Smith was elected president; Phyllis DeFord, vice-president; Charlene DeWitt, recording secretary; Carol Williamson, corresponding secretary; Anna Davidson, treasurer; Linda Howard, chaplain; and Carol Lemmon, reporter. Leaders are Mrs. Briggs, Mrs. Ealsbaugh, Mrs. Emery and Mrs. Howard. Initiation was discussed. Bridge City Lodge Yule Party Dec. 12 Bridge City lodge 254 planned a Christmas party Tuesday when members met at the IOO-F hall for a covered dish dinner and regular meeting. Plans were made for a yule party for members and their families to be held at the YWCA annex December 12 at 6 p.m. when a turkey supper and 50-cent gift exchange will be featured. JACKSON HD CLUB Mrs. Goldie Fickel was assisted by Mrs. Carmen Hendrickson when she entertained the Jackson township home demonstration club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Carmen Smith, president, read a poem, "Be Thankful" in opening the meeting. Roll call was answered with "What I am thankful for" and the pledge to the flag was led by Adah Wilson. Mrs. Ola Be'vington gave devotions and told a war time story of a mother and daughter in connection with her theme "Thanks." Mrs. Lillie Williams gave the history of the song of the month and reported ill were Mrs. Ross Bevington and Marion. Apple. The group discussed the years activities and the second lesson on landscaping was given by Adah Wilson who showed pictures of right and wrong landscaping methods that, had been'furnished by the Booster club. The president closed the meeting with prayer. An-auction was held and refresh- men'.s served to the 17 members and two guests attending. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Esther Johnson December 17th. A program will be given and a gift exchange held. TEEN-AGE DANCE. A Teen-Age dance will be held Friday evening, Nov 29, at the Lo- gapnsort Country Club for members and their guests of junior and senior high school age. Dancing and refreshments will feature the evening's entertainment planned by Mrs. J. T. Hillis. Assisting in arrangements and chaperones will be Mrs. Robert Lowe, Mrs. Lowell HUlis, Mrs. Paul Havens Mrs. Robert Sheckell, Mrs. Bernard Hall. Mrs. Robert George, Mrs. Ed Becker, Mrs. Earl Bailey, and Mrs Edgar Closson. The event will be held from 1-12 o'clock. CWF Woman's Day Speaker Sunday MRS. THOMAS L. HENRY, of indianapolis, former missionary to ;he Belgian Congo, will be the special speaker at the regular morning worship at the Ninth street Christian church Sunday when Woman's Day will be observed. The work of the Christian Women's Fellows-hip is recognized by .he entire church on Woman's Day, an annual event. The area where Mrs. Henry served at the village of Monieka s in north-central Congo about he size of the stale of Kansas vi'Ji a population of 501,000 including more than 84,000 persons lelonging to the Protestant mission churches. Mrs. Richard Jackson will serve as program chairman during the worship service assisted by Mrs. Francis E. Willard Class Elects New Officers At Meet Officers were elected by the Frances E. Willard class of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church Tuesday evening at 'the meeting conducted at the church, Alice Hershbei'ger, president, was in charge of the meeting. Devotions were offered by Blanch Cochley and Alice Morgan gave prayer. She also read the treasurer's report. Ida Kirkpatrick read the secretary's report in the absence of Anna Hyrnan, who is ilJ. Mrs. Hershberger,'who has been il:, was welcomed back. She thanked members for their kindnesses during her illness. Officers were elected as follows: Blanch Cochley, president; Ly dia Boatman, vice-president; Anna Hyman, secretary; Mrs. Morgan, treasurer; Alta Gottshall, assistanl secretary and reporter. The meeting closed with prayer by Rev. Tom Weigand. The next meeting is December 18 at the home of Mrs. Naomi Douglas when the annual Christmas party anc SO-^cent gift exchange will be featured. A social hour was en.ioyed and refreshments were served by Mrs. Bernice Wood, Mrs. Boatman, Mrs. Douglas and Mrs.. Kirkpatrick. Calvary Couples Elect Officers; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Frushour were elected chairmen of the Calvary Presbyterian Couples club following a chili supper at the church Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lieper were named co-chairmen; Mrs. Robert Filchak, secretary; arrd Mrs. Rich- na Belle Morrical, Mrs Florence art) Rowe ' treasurer. Bickell, Mrs. Lacy Moon and Mrs.! Mrs - Joto Balcer 8 ave a review Margaret Lassiter. j of the book . " No W '"S S In the The deaconesses under the lead- Manse." She^ was introduced by ersiiip of Mrs. InaBelle Morrical vill take the offering. geon, and the -hostess, Mrs. Fitzgerald. The next meeting will be a business and social session at the home of Mrs. George Kiesling. JOINT INSPECTION The Masonic hall at Royal Center was the scene of a joint inspection of Royal Center Assembly No. War Mothers Past Presidents Meet Mothers of World War 2, Past Presidents • club of Cass county, convened Tlesday afternoon at Memorial home with Gladys Bowyer, president, in charge at which time three new members were welcomed. Projects for the year were discussed. The group voted not to Lockport Pastor To Be Ordained Ordination services for the pastor of the Lockport Congregational Christian church, Marion Jacob Williams, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the church. The Rev. G-ardner of Swayzee, Indiana, will deliver the sermon. A reception will follow the service. The public is invited to attend. ADMITS" TAX EVASION INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — George H. Parks, 50,' a Greenfield contractor, was under pre-sentence investigation today after pleading 103, Fulton Assembly No. 92, and:hold a December meeting. Winamac Assembly No. 68, Order Gladys Jump won- the door prize of the Rainbow for Girls, recently.:during the social hour. Mrs. Bow- Royal Center Assembly was in jyer and Lucinda Barnett served recharge of the opening. Mrs. C"pal!f re shments. Hume, senior grand deputy, and acting supreme inspector, was presented and escorted. Mrs. Merle Fry, mother advisor, and Lelia Fry, worthy advisor, presided. Sharyn Johnston, grand musician of Rainbow; Naomi Mills, Grand representative to Illinois in Eastern Star and Shirley Williams, past grand representatives of Rainbow were escorted. Worthy Matron Martha Cook and Worthy Patron John Urbin of Kewanna were also escorted. Otters who were introduced were Fast Worthy Advisors, Shirley Williams, Margaret Rentschler, Sharyn Johnston, Kathryn McKinn«y and Donna Hunter; Past Matrons and Pasl; Patrons, Past Masters. Present Advisory Board •rMm'burs, Pasl: Grand Choir members and' Pasl: Grand pages. Initiation was held and Phyllis Carithers, Linda McVay and Joyce Anderson, received degrees of the order. The reception for Sharyn Johnston was planned for Sunday, December 1st at 2 o'clock and the following -committees were appointed: Invitations, Lelia Fry, Mora Fry and Joyce Martin; program, Elaine Mohler, Shirley Williams, Kathryn McKinney and Mrs. Eva Mohler; refreshments, Karen Baker, Marilyn Appleman, tfancy Walters, Vivian Mon.tz, Karen White-man and Mrs. Dorothy Lease; decoration, Shirley Hartzler, Barbara Carithers, Susie Carithers, Jean Ann Goodner, Cherlyn Blackburn and Mrs. Anita Hoehne. - The refreshment committee for the next meeting will be Kathryn McKinney, Donna Hunter, Diane Hunter, and Mrs. Mary Horn. Refreshments of jello salad, cookies and punch were served; by the advisory board in the dining room .at the close of the meeting to forty persons. Mrs. Grace Bennett. The next meeting will be December 11 at 6:30 p.m. to decorate the church and go caroling. The decorating committee includes Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kniesly, chairmen; Mr. tnd Mrs. Don Gibson, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dotterer. Richard Rowe will lead the caroling, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grouse will be in charge of refreshments. WAYNE PROGRESSIVE The Wayne Progressive Home Demonstration club met at the home Of Mrs. Henry Lease recently. The president, Mrs. Robert Thomas opened the meeting with Mrs. Floyd Thomas being in charge of devotions. She read President Eisenhower's pro clarnation on Thanksgiving and offered prayer. The history of the song of the month was read by Mrs. Irene Rouch. Roll call was answered with a verse on the Bible and Mrs. Adam Sommers read the secretary's report. Mrs. Ada Miller! gave the safety lesson on."Health| Aspects in the Aging." Mrs. Irene Rouch gave a report on the officers training meeting and the group voted on the month they would like to entertain this year. Mrs. Ada Miller was in charge of the auction. Refreshments were served to 13 members and one guest, Mrs. Pete GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY DEC. 5 Wednesday Evening, November 27, I95T. Luther League To Collect Clothing For World Relief Dates for the gathering of used clothing have been announced by the Luther League at the Mt. Pisgah Evangelical Lutheran church. The Thanksgiving Clothing appeal for Lutheran World Relief, which is in charge of the Luther League, began November 24 and will extend through December 1. Clothing may be brought to the church or a League member will pick it up when notified. The new officers of the Luther League are: president — Michaelj Fiedler; vice - president — Lois Downham; secretary-treasurer — Carolyn Downham; member executive committee — Maurice Robeson; 'song leader—Lois Downham; assistant song leader — Bonnie Smith; pianist—Lloyd Robeson; assistant pianist — Juar.ita McCloskey; lay advisor — Pauline Robeson; pastoral advisor — Reverend Oberkehr. The League meets the first and third Sunday evenings of each month from 6 to 8 p.m. The League will be host to the Westminister Fellowship of the Deer Creek Presbyterian Church and the Luther League of the Mount Olive Lutheran Church of Deer Creek on December 1. On December 15 the Luther League will go Christmas carolling. iilabess-Burgman Studio. MR. AND MRS. JOHN.H. FLORA, o;: 118 South Division Street, Flora, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary December 5 at Boynton Beach. Florida, where they are spending the winter months. Lifelong residents of the community, the couple was married December 5, 1907. They plan to return to their Flora home the middle of April'. The couple has a daughter, Mrs. Silas Skiles, living two miles east of Flora, and a son, Meredith, deceased. There are two granddaughters, Jeanette and Bonnie Sue Skiles. Mr. Flora, who is retired, had been a.ctively engaged in the real estate, insurance and loan business at Flora, since moving there 21 years ago. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Miss Dorothy Pear Honored At Shower Miss Dorofhy Pear, who will become the bride of Robert Nother- cutt December 7, was honored at a kitchen shower Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Felker, route 5. Hostesses were Mrs. Felker nd Mrs. Edith Kasch. Kitchen utensils were used to decorate tire entertaining rooms. Games were enjoyed wi!h prizes going to Mrs. Freda Sissbn and ?."rs. Betty Kilchcll who in turn pre&er.ted them to Hie honored guest. Refreshments were served to the following guests. Mrs. Lucille Pear, Mrs. Henrietta Pear, Mrs. Millie Prar, Mrs. Dorothy Lamborne, Slurgis, Michigan, Mrs. Frances Pear,. Mrs. Mary Emery, Mrs. Freda Sisson, Mrs. Agnes Hulfizer, Mrs. Princess Abshire, Mrs. Eva Williams, Mrs. Patty Moore, Mrs. Marguerite Campion, Mrs. Phyllis Dcla- plane, Mrs. Barbara Deiaplane. Mrs. Janet DeWitt and Mrs, Lyle Kerchner. guilty in Federal Court here' to a ; Coleman of South Bend. charge of failing to file income ( There will be an all-day meeting tax returns for 1953 and 1954. The government charged he had income of $14,000 in those years. with a fifty-cent gift exchange in December at the home of Mrs. Robert Tnomas. Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers' 224 E. Marki) Strati Phon* 3<iO» Bugs-Carpet$ Upholstery ' Venetian lilinds Surprise TV Show" Theme For Tri Kappa "Surprise TV Show" was the iheme of the Monday evening Tri Kappa social meeting at the YWCA parlors with a large pa- ?er TV set decorating the man:el, and small TV's given as favors. Following the serving of pie and coffee, "The Price Is Right" was olayed with prizes going to Mesdames R. H. Bailey, Allan Heminger, Harold Bodison, Dale Goris, Edward Wheatly, Richard Fawcett, Richard Doles, Ward Watts, David Beaver and Ira G. McCor- m-ack. Mesdames Paul Kiesling and Russell Eckert announced that the annual dance will be held January 15th at the Country Club. The Johnn .Winn Quintet will furnish music. A forty minute floor show will be held Mrs. Joseph Herd, president, announced that the Cass County Association for Mental Health needs gifts for -the Christmas party for :he state hospital by December 1st. She also announced that four Thanksgiving baskets would be given this year. On the committee in charge for the evening were Mesda-mes Rob-' ert Kline, chairman, Mel Riley, William Parkins, Charles Lowry, Walter Myers and Miss. Jean Ewing. The netx meeting will be a business session Monday, December 9th at the home of Mrs. Roy Slaughter, 2122 North Street. Read the Classified Ads Officers Installed At Tri L Supper Officers were installed at the Thanksgiving supper meeting TuesdE.y evening staged by the Tri L demonstration club at the home of Mrs. Helen Ward. A Thanksgiving 'motif was used in the decorations for the carry- in supper. Following the meal, Margaret Hammond, opened the meeting with the pledges. Ann Small read the song of the month, and MaMe Shirley offered devotions. Alice Paige was installed president; Virginia Dutchess, first vice-president;' Margaret Hammond, secretary-treasurer; Helen Gunner, project leader. Mrs. Shirley talked on Achievement -Day and the creed was repeated in unison. During the social hour, Irene Garver won the door prize; Mrs. Shirley, surprise gift; and contest prizes, Mrs. Small, Ethel -Mohler, Mable Jean Williamson, Ruth Erbaugh and Mrs. Shirley. Eighteen members were present. 2ND MOTHERS CLUB The Second Mothers Study Club held guest night at the home of Mrs. Clarence Hill with thirty-eight members and fourteen guests attending. Mrs. Dwight Powlen presented Uie program "Time Out for Beauty" and introduced Miss Jane KitcheH, a student of Patricia Stevens Modeling school, who demonstrated the correct way to apply make-up. The committee for the evening included Mrs. Paul Dar.cy, Mrs. Eugene Dcnham, Mrs. Louis Dolnics and Mrs. Donald Douglas. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Charles Edson, 2114 North street at 7:45 p.m. Each member is to take a can of food for the Christmas Basket. A dollar gift exchange will be held. On the commitiee in charge will be Airs. Paul Eagan, Mrs. Fred Edgerly and Mrs. James Fordyce. VINEY-FOX The Men's Duplicate Bridie club met in the YWCA Annex Monday evening with (op honors going to Don Hockman and Wendel Macy. Second place winners were Dr. Charles Viney and Orvillc Fox while third place went to Bi'l Parkins and Bob Sum. Tied for fourth were John Klein-Dick Rhor- abaugh and E. G. and Glen Fry. 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