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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Gift Suggestion BY TRACX ADRIAN H ERE'S a really handsome Christmas present for a dear lady in your life, whether she is grandmother, mother, wife or sister. It is an opulent coat of Persian lamb designed by Schiaparelli and features a black satin scarf, drawn •through a wide collar of black-dyed mink and tied in a huge bow. The luxurious topper has cuffed sleeves and is gracefully full. Musical Tea For Art Association The Logansport Art Association •wiH hold a musical tea Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the parlors of the Broadway Methodist church. There will be a program of Baroque Music by Miss Mildred \Veymer and James Mentzer. Mrs. Her.ry Shoop is program ' chairman, and the invitation committee includes Mrs. Ivan Watts, Mrs. Sewell Murdock, Mrs. Clyde Crisman and Mrs. J. A. Hendricks. EEL HD CLUB NO. 1 Eel township No. 1 Home Demonstration club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Mae Porter, 331 Day street. The meeting was in charge of ttie president, Mrs. Clara Conrad, and opened with the club prayer being repeated in unison. Mrs. Corrad led the club in pledges to. the flags and the song of the month, "Now Thank We All Our God" was sung by the group. Roll call was answered by fifteen members giving "what-1 art:. most thankful for". Minutes were given by the secretary, Letha Sullivan. The Birthday song was sung for Opal Hume, Bessie Smith and Grace Rocue. Eight books were reported read and sick cards were sent to members ill. Refreshments , were served by Mrs Alta Hyman and Clara Conrad. The Christmas party will be December 17th, the place to be announced later. DELTA CHI SIGMA Members of Lambda Chapter of Delta Chi Sigma Sorority held a Thanksgiving party at the YWCA recently. Prior to the party members were photographed for the Sorority Year Book "The Rose." During the short business meet- Ing conducted by Charlene Haley, ' president, the group voted to assist a needy family at Christmas. Gifts of food, clothing. and toys, are to be brought to the sorority Christmas party on December 10. Cards were enjoyed and prizes awarded to Mrs. Esther Newman, Mrs. Phyllis Key, Miss Eleanor Rutz, and Mrs. Judy Smith. Guests were served at table dec- cratel with fruits, and small apple Turkeys marked individual places. The committee in charge were, Eleanor Williams, Adelaide Watts. Jean Jackson and Florence Backus. - Ham Supper Walton Methodist Church Wednesday, Dec. 4—5 to 8 p.m. Adults $1.00 Children 12 and under SOc Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers 126 E. Matkot Sired Phone 3609 Rugj-Carpetj Upholstery Venetian Blinds SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY 6:30 p.m.—St. Joseph Rosary society, school hall'. 7 p.m.—Cass county HD Chorus, Episcopal church. 7:45 p.m. — Coterie, Mary Groninger. TUESDAY Noon — Jefferson township HD club 1, Mrs. Opal Miller. 12:30 p.m.—Social club, L. S. to B. of L. F. and E., Mrs. Frank Morter. 1:30 p.m.—St. Joseph Sewing circle, hospital. £8*1%. Win First Place Twirling Trophy Connie Leavel] and Diana Kay Cover won a first place trophy in a duet baton twirling contest held Saturday at the Butler Fieldhouse, Indianapolis. Jeanne Cover won a fifth place medal in the 7-8 year old beginners class and a second place trophy in advance 7 year old class. Diana Kay Cover won the first place trophy in the 11 year old advanced group. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sam| Cover, Jr., of Twelve Mile. Connie Leayeil won a second place trophy in the 14 year old advanced class. She is the daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leavell, Lucerne. Sunshine Special ENTERTAINED AT DINNER The following persons! spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tyre: Albert and Ruth Ream, Lebanon, Ohio, Eva Grace, Cynthia Marie and George Ream, Roy and Esther Thompson, Verona, Ohio, Linda Sue and Joyce Anne Thompson, Willis and Mary Dishner, Marcella, Thomas, Arthur, Eddie, David and Gilbert Abney, Burrows, Bobbie Overly, Ronald and Barbara Titus, Sharen, Hobecca, Timothy, Cheryl, Wonetta Lynn, Bertha Lou Wilson and Mike Wilson, Peru; Dick Dining and Homer Earnhardt. THANKSGIVING GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Clank Titus, of Onward, entertained the . following guests at Thanksgiving dinner: Mr. and Mrs. James Tribbett, Burrows; Lynn Julian, Clymers; Miss Dixie Gu&hrie, Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bernhardt, Clymers; Virgil Landes, Star City; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Titus, Camden; Mrs. 0. B. Landes, Onward; Miss Irene Julian, Onward; Misses Brenda and Beverly Tribbett, Sharon, Becky and -Cheryl Titus, Pamela Sue and Karen Bernhardt, Timmy Titus, Bobby, Rkky and Dennis Bernhardt, Kenneth and Alan Dale Tribbett. Society The New Waverly EUIB Ladies aki will meet with Mrs. Freida Miller for a Christmas party Wednesday. Roll call wiH be answered with "my biggest Christmas surprise." A covered dish dinner will be served. Members are asked to bring a 50-cent gift exchange and a birthday plate. The Companion Foresters Social club will hold a Christmas dinner Thursday noon at the home of Mrs. Dwight Crook, 531 Burlington avenue. The WSWS of the Third EOT church will meet at the home of Miss Emma Weber, 1226 Liberty street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Shrine Ladies Christmas party will be Thursday afternoon at 1'2:30 o'clock at the club. Members are asked to bring a 50-cent gift and make reservations with the president no later than Tuesday. -sir- Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Ph Lambda, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle, will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the VFW hall. Mental Culture club will convene with Mrs. Don Freehafer, 3210 Crescent, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at which time Robert Justice will be the guest speaker. The WSCS of the Main street Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock for a Christmas party and 50-cent gift exchange at the church. Division 5, CWF, Ninth street church, will meet for a Christmas party and 50-cent gift exchange Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. 0. Crockett, 114 Fourteenth street. Webb Chapel WSCS will convene at the church Thursday noon for a covered dish dinner with the Shiloh Ladies as guests. The Golden Chain circle, King's Daughters, will meet with Mrs. Harriett Lee, 1629 Michigan avenue, Thursday noon for a.covered dish dinner and 50-cent gift exchange. Members are asked to note the change o£ meeting date and place. —•&— The WSCS of the Lucerne Zion Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at the church basement with Josephine Frushour as hostess. All families are invited to attend the Christmas party and basket supper at 6 o'clock. A 25- cent gift exchange will be held. POOR SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Twenty- one petitioners today asked the Indiana Public Service Commission to declare an area in and around Brookston open territory because of poor service. The area is served by Prairie Telephone Co. Christian Class Holds Social Meet The Hand-in-Hand class of the Ninth street Christian, church met recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hood for the monthly social session with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gillum as co-host and hostess. Tom Gillum, president, called the meeting to order .and the secretary-treasurer reports were read. Dorothy Schneider was appointed •card and. flower chairman 'and Phyllis Gillum to take care of the •scrspbook. Mr. and Mrs. Lamhut were introduced to the group. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to Dorothy Schneider, Susan Fidler and Paul Firiler. Refreshments were served. The next parly at Tom Gilium's will feature a white elephant gift exchange. BEREAN CLASS MEETS The Berean class of the Church of the Brethren were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sell Stineman, 1824 Smead street Wednesday evening. •Mrs. Fred Rush, president, conducted the meeting which opened with group singing led by Mrs. Wilbur Yeater. Mrs. Bessie Helmuth gave prayer and plans were made for the Christmas party to be held December 19th with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin in charge. There will be an cixchange of gifts. The place of the party will be announced later. The Christmas story will be given by Mrs. Carleton Cory. Contest winners were Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Rush and Mrs. Martin. Refreshments were served. Monday Evening, December I, Z95T, Handsome Cocktail Hat BY TRACY ADRIAN TJERE IS a little turban that is ideal with cocktail AA dresses. It is also perfect for theater-going as it is small and head-hugging enough not to block any. one's view of the stage. Expertly draped, it is made of two shades of satin- cream and cafe au lait. The black satin stripes that divide the two shades are decorated with small black satin bows. VOU'LL certainly be in the swim in this figure-flat•»• tering suit, no matter where you choose to spend a winter vacation. It is fine for cruise wear at the ship's pool or for resort lounging at the beach. The one-piece model is done in lastex in a chenille weave that copies the cool look of knit. The stripes form a yachting-flag bodice motif, then run horizontally around, molding the figure. 46 Win 4-H Scholarships CHICAGO (UP)—Forty-six boys and girls from throughout the nation have received $400 scholarships in recognition of their 4-H work. The scholarships were endowed by business firms who sponsored various 4-H programs. The winners Sunday received an all-ex- pensepaid trip to the 3Cth nation al 4-H Club Congress, being held in conjunction with the International Live Stock Exposition. Among the winners were: Field crops: Jimmie Pierce, 21, REDS ON ATOMIC AVIATION MOSCOW (UP)- The Soviet Ministry of Defense has published a book on atom-powered aircraft, but it makes no claim Russia is ahead in this field. The book, "Application of Atomic Motors in Aviation," explains principles and problems connected with the design and construction of atom- powered planes, both in the Soviet Union and abroad. The book says the majority of foroign scientists forecast the first flight of an atom-powered plane in 18591960. It makes no prediction of its own. DR. 0.1. BRAUN FOOT AfLMENTS Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office: 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays & Fridays 9 to 4 PERU OFFICE 115 West 5th St. Man., Tu«!., Thurs., Sat. 9 to 8 Peru Phone: GRIDIEY 33674 •Oyster-Chili Sandwich Supper and Bazaar Tuesday, Dec. 3—5:30-8:00 p.m. SHILOH CHURCH—Noble Twp. Public Invited Minburn, Iowa; Clifford Orr, 20, Ypsilanti, N.D. Boys's agriculture: Frank Dqo- besh, 17, St. Onge, S.D. Safety: Ronald Powell, 16, Clark, Mo. Meat animal: Larry L. Wright, 18, Brandson, S.D. Home improvement: Sandra E.ayburn, 18, Champaign, 111.; Marian Fahrenkrog, 19, W a 1 c o 11, Iowa. Clothing: Geneva Kay Halinig, IS, Fulton, MO.; Shirley Mallon, 20, Plain, Wis. »w«»ci«WiW«»iM«Wi^^ NowAtREHMS ! A NEW MIRACLE IN BROADCLOTH ALL COTTON !* W WASH and WEAR Read the Classified Ads DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Groenhoun Twosome in Fabulous Ban-Lon! So fine, so soff, so utterty luxurious, you'll become a life-long fan of Ban-ton, the wonder yarn! Washes., wears, never loses its shape and manages to look pampered all the time. In mellow Fall colors. 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