Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 4, 1957 · Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fidelity Chapter Events Announced At Regular Meeting Announcements were made at the Tuesday evening meeting of Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, conducted at the Masonic Temple. Three new members were elected to receive the degree of the order. An invitation was read from Macy chapter 124 and Gilead chapter 246 to a'tend the official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron December 13 at 8 p. m. at Macy, Dinner will be served at 6 p. rn. at the Methodist church with res- ervationts to be made by December 9. Helen Barr.ott, secretary, read the Christmas message from the Worthy Grand Matron, Patron and Secretary. Mary Dillman, associate matron, reported the cleaning and painting of the social rooms. Betty Ellars announced that a market will bo held Saturday at a local furniture store. Temple Board member, Earl Miller, gave a short talk. Regina Redding and Lucille Hunter were guests of the Kewanna chapter; Irene Barber, Mrs. Ellars, Ina Clements and Alice Mendenhall v/ere guests at Rochester; Ernest and Faye Johnson, Ruth Kelt and Frankie Kinneman, at Bunker Hill. ina Clements and Mary Dillman •will be guests at Camdon Monday. The annual Christmas party for children will be given by the Tipton and Orient lodges Saturday afternoon, o'clock. December 2.1, at 2:30 Moore Home Scene Of Sorority .Meet Xi Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority convened Monday evening at the home o£ Marilyn Moore, route 2, with Doranne Heimlich as co-hostess. Mary Lou Baublit, president, opened the meeting. Announcement was made that the sorority had been invited to a dance by the Delta Rho chapter at Plainfield, Indiana, with Woody Herman's orchestra. A letter was read from tSe County Mental Health Chapter asking for gifts for the patients at the local state hospital. Each member brought groceries and a basket was made for a deserving family. It was also decided to buy toys for the children. The chapter voted to set up a fund to contribute to various national charities and announcement •was made that the group will, sponsor a Christmas party for a ws.rd at the state hospital on December 22nd. Margaret Smith gave the lession on present day fashions and coming summer fashions and a demonstration was given by Vera Wolf on theh art of applying make-up with Margaret Smith as the model. Refreshments were served and the meeting closed with the ritual. Sheryl Vinyard, Bride December 21, Honored At Shower Miss Sheryl Vinyard, who will become the bride of Thomas Smith ThTnext Fidelity chanter meet- of Pontiac, Michigan, December .f^t n H ta« ±v^nftl 21. was honored at a miscellaneous ing will be Christmas party, initiation and 50-cent December 17. gift exchange Hairdressers Host Guests At- Dinner The Logansport Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association convened Tuesday evening at the American Legion dining room for a dinner meeting with the following guests present: Dwigh: Powlen, Mary Shell, Virginia Kuhn, Bill Rodkey, Harry Grace, Bill Terry, Lonnie Wright and Gary Wright. Decorations' were in charge of Madeline Burk. Contests in charge of Betty Grace were won by Bill Terry, Lucy Powlen, Mary Terry, Mary Shell and Lonnie Wright. The next meeting will be held January 6 at Madeline Burk's shop with Lucy Powlen in charge. SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m.—Progressive HD club, Ben Hur. 6:30 p.m.—Shrine Ladies, Nobles, Shrine club. 7:30 p.m. — WSCS, Main-street Methodist church, at church t p.m.—Presbyterian Women's Service Guild, West Broadway church. THURSDAY 9 a.m.—Morning Forum, Calvary church. Noon _ Naomi circle, Wheatland avenue church, basement. Noon—Golden Chain cirtfe, King's Daughters, Mrs. Harriett Lee. Noon—WSCS, Webb Chapel church. Noon—Companion Foresters Social club, Mrs. Dwight Crook. 12:30 p.m.—Shrine Ladies, Shrine club. 2 p.m.—WSWS, Third street EUB church, Mrs. Emma Weber. J p.m.—Mental Culture club, Mrs. Don Freehafer. shower Saturday afternoon at the Grube residence on East High street Road. Hostesses were Miss Linda Grube and Miss JoAnna Hafert. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to Miss Anne Butler .and Miss Louise Moss who in turn presented them to the honored guest. Mrs. Mrs. Invited guests were: Charle.s H. Vinyard, James A. Wells, Mrs. Robert Watkins, Mrs. C. W. Ruemler, Mrs. Carl Ruemler of Burrows, Mrs. A. W. Smith, Pontiac, Michigan, Mrs. William H. Seybold, Wisconsin, Mrs. Thomas Parker, Mrs. Charles Hickman, Mrs. Donald Mazucca and Mrs. James Owens. Also the Mhses Karla Vinyard, Gerry Shannon, Kay Kumler, Louise Moss, Ann Zieg, Linda Oriental Influence BY TRACY ADRIAN "VTIIKO TAKA, beautiful Oriental film star who is •"A starred with Marion Brando in "Sayonara," models this charming hat that was inspired by, the production. Made of kabuki blue in a musketeer velours, it features the new and very becoming crushed butterfly eilhouette. It is shown here with a low-cut black cocktail dress. _ Special Education Study Group Meets Mrs. Tom Baker was hostess to the Special Education Study group Monday evening with devotions by Mrs. Earl Appleton opening -the meeting by reading the story of Christmas. Mrs. Emma Wysong, secretary, and Mrs, John Lombard!, treasurer, reported, prior to announcement by Mrs. Ruby Berndt, president, that several gifts had been received for the study group to use toward the equipment for the new school. The group purchased a coffee urn from proceeds of a moneymaking project and plan to earn enough to purchase cups, saucers', and silverware. Instead of holding a Christmas exchange, members donated the price of a gift toward the new school. The next meeting was announced for January fith to be held at the home of Mrs.. Elizabeth Bell, 2300 George 'street. Mrs. Levy conducted the study part of the meeting by presenting Mrs. G. W. Whitney who led a discussion on a newspaper article, "Discipline i.'i Necessary If Child s to Advance". Mrs. Stewart Drake gave the article "Spoiling is Ac ceptable in Certain Cases" while Mrs. Robert Wysong spoke on 'Father Too Must Help Teach Re- arded.ChHd". Mrs. Herbert Tayor spoke on "Retarded Children Play Better With Their Own Kind." On the entertainment committee were Mrs. Virginia Baker, Mrs. Elizabeth Bell and Mrs. Robert Anders. Mrs. Madelyn Brandt, won the contest prize. Refreshments were served 'to the 20 members attending with favors being Christmas "corsages." Officers Elected At Dinner Party Officers were elected at the Christmas dinner party staged by the Social club of the L, S. to B. of R«ddTng''Tnne 'Bu'aer7sue Green" L ' F - and E - Tuesday at the home Ann Barnes, Mary Ann Finn ell, of Vern Morter. Reta Dickerson, Marie iBigler, Mrs. Florence Garr, Eileen Jane Troy, Nancy . Wicker.sharn, Mary K. Moran, Diane Wells, Marianne Smith, Pontiac, Michigan, Joyce Montgomery, Delplii, Vivian Smith, Reynolds. The LITTLE KEN'S "Little Ken's" .and guests held a dinner and Christmas party at the Ben Hur Sunday. Gunhild Tranbarger, Lois Cover, Dorothy L&se and Lera McKinney were in charge of the arrangements. Those attending were "Miss Mary Louise Little, Robert Higgins and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ross of North, Manchester, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pickens and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Lease of Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Tranbarger of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Rogers of Wabash, Mr. and Mrs. James Me- Kinney of Kewanna, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cover and daughter of Twelve Mile, Mrs. Mildred Miller of Walton, Mr. and Mrs. John Ploss of Royal Center, Mrs. Jack Keitzer and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bickell of Logansport. Entertainment was furnished by Mrs. Mildred Miller reciting the Christmas Tree legend; Diana Kay Cover baton-numbers and Mrs. Mary Ann Rogers reading jingles. St. Joseph Nurses Hold Yule Dinner Staff nurses of St. Joseph hospital met Monday evening for a | covered dish dinner and Christmas party. Christmas decorations w«e used, and a gift exchange featunxl. Memebrs brought 'toys to be presented to needy children at yuletide. . Sister M. Sixta gave a talk on the' new laboratory after which Sister M. Gerunda discussed plans for a Christmas party for emp!»y' es at their families. New officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Lenora Ford, chairman; Miss Dorothy Klink, vice- chairman; Mrs. Marie Streoker, secretary-treasurer. On the committee in charge were Miss Margaret Bowen, Mrs. Reta their Grad y ar >d Mrs. Mary Mennen. The next meeting will be in January. Small and Erma Morter assisted the hostess. An exchange of gifts was held following the meal. Betty Turnpaugh was elected president; Fern Weaver, vice-president; Mary Granger, secretary. Game prizes went to Lou Schreckenghaust, Mrs. Garr and Mrs. .Weaver with Mrs. Turnpaugh winning the door prize. Y-TEEN KECOFJD HOP Nearly 115 Junior high students attended the Y-Teen record hop Tuesday evening at thj YWCA with Paul Hall as emcee. Prizes went to Vkky Cunningham, Jean Ann Wharton, Sandra Dilling and Paul Bauer, The next dance will be December 27 at the annex for all junior high and high school students. Hi Neighbor HD c"ub will hold a Christmas party atid $1 gift ex< change" Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home (if Mrs. Irene Deeter. Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers 326 E. Marks) Str»l Phone 3609 Rugs-Carpels Upholstery Venetian Blinds 217-11th St. Phone 416-81 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES The Most Treasured Gifts Come From "Your Christmas Store" DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse Thurs. Night Special 5 to 10 p. m. Spagh COMPLETE Dinners \ For The Price 'Of On. . $1.00 CAU 5948 CARRY OU1 SERVICE The Brass Rail 135-12* Christmas Charmers by CLj«, O f f Three gifts, of many, designed to enchant the receiver with their beauty,.. delight the giver with their price. At $1.50, a Charles of the Ritz lipstick, complete with Santa popping out of a Christmas Chimney, At 12.00, Charles of the Ritz superb Hand Lotion merrily wrapped and wreathed for Yuletide. At $2.50, exciting Ishah cologne with outside wrap of cerise and green. All prices plus iax. Use Our Budget Account! Read the Classified Ads Baroque Music Featured At Art Association Tea A musical tea was staged by the Logansport A.rt Association Tuesday afternoon at the Broadway Methodis't church.. Miss Mildred Weymer gave a short talk on the origin of Baro> que music stating "It is quaint jut genuine music written by a number of composers for the harpsichord and dates back lo l»S8.- ( I is being revived and reproducec on an electric piano and recorder The recorder is a flute like instrument in wood of two octaves, in tenor, soprano and ba'ss." Miss Weymer played the piano and James Mentzer the recorder The program concluded with a number of German Christmas carols and "Silent Night" which was sung .by the group, ' The tea table was centered will: a gold tree with gold ornaments and flanked with evergreen an< gold candelabra. The silver service at either end were preside( over by Mrs. Wilson Voorhees and J. A. Hendricks. Mrs. Henry Shoop, tea chairman was assisted by Mrs. Otto Hetzner and Mrs. Robert Discher. * Society Golden Age club members wil hold a 1 covered dish dinner Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. Members are asked tc bring a covered dish and table ser vice. Meat, coffee and rolls w.ill b furnished. A musical program, wi be featured. -£The Past Presidents Parley o the American Legiori Auxiliary wil hold a Christmas party at the horn of Mrs. Gussie Krantz, 827 Hig street, Thursday evening at £i:30 o clock. Monthly Payments As Low As For a modern Tiomemalcer, «o gift is more welcome than tt mudcm SINGER—.the world'* finest jewing machine. Only SINGER offen all 4 types — straight-needle, slant-needle, iwing--ne«dlo and the wonderful new Slant-O-Matic— each at handsome as it is fmicticaL Thh Oiristewi give tier the gift she's always wanted—a beautiful modern SINGER. 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