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December 5, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Guests Entertained At Noble HDClub Yuletide Luncheon Guests were entertained at the luncheon meeting staged Wednes-, day noon by the Noble township! HD club at the Bethlehem Presby-' terian church. Ruth Ide, president, who celebrated her birthday, was honored with a cake, and members sang "Happy Birthday." "Deck the Halls" and "Jingle Bells" were sung preceding pledge t.o the flags and "The Goal for 1957" read by Ruth Ide. Patty Reid, secretary, gave her report and also read cards of shanks from the Red Cross for •their participating in the "Christmas on the High Seas" program. Ida Meyers, treasurer, reported, and devotions were given by Emmy Specher who presented a mu- •sical reading adapted from writings by Hendricl; Van Loon. Mildred Moss accompanied on the pi- .ano. Prayer closed the devotional •period. The lesson on candy making was given by Ruth Heckard, Ruth Blank and Clara Barr, who sang "Candy" in conclusion. Announcement was made that the December 22nd party for Long-j cliff would be held with cookies and candy to be distributed, to he taken by members to the home of Ruth Ide. Debra Ide reported on achievement day and installation of new officers' was held. The 'distribution of gifts was conducted by June Eikelberner und Marquise Tillon. Gifts- of appreciation were given Verna Eikelberner and Charlene Apfelstadt. The meeting closed with the repeating of the collect. . Refreshments were served to the fifty-five persons present from tables decorated with foil Christmas trees and red tapers. Club Holds 20th Annual Yule Party St. Joan of Arc study club of St. Bridget church met Wednesday noon at the home of Mrs. Quincey Porter, 200 West Miami avenue, to celebrate the 20th annual Christmas party at a turkey dinner. Decorations were in a Christmas motif and rail call was taken following the invocation and gift ex- f*., i rr LJ r\ 1 change. Rev. Father F. J. Meehan Ut JetterSOn H U I Christmas Dinner Served To Members was a special guest and gave* a talk. A covered dish .dinner and Christmas party highlighted the Tuesday Marie Carney was elected presi- afternoon meeting of the Jeffer dent to replace Clara Hurley; Ella; son township HD club No. 1 at the Martin, vice-president; and Ther- home o£ Mrs . Opal MiUer> Lake ese Grant, secretary-treasurer.' Cicott During the social hour prizes Tabies were decorated in keep- went to Agnes Hassett, Clara ; ng with tne holiday season. A Dunn and Florence Kienly. Prizes! short business meeting was con- and favors were donated by Caro-- ducted and ro li call answered with y ™ a "Christmas tradition." Mrs. The next meeting will be Jan- R osa ij e Martin read the secretary- iiary 3 at the home of Sybil McTag- treasurer reports, and the penny gart, 1315 High street. 259 At Lockport Ordination Rites For Rev. Williams There were 259 persons present at the ordination of Rev. Marion Jacob Williams Sunday afternoon at the Lockport United church, of Christ. An organ prelude was given by Viola Bean followed by. the invocation by Rev. Chester Perkins and the Scripture by Rev. Warren Braden. ' The Lockpori quartet, composed of Nortna. Peterson, Viola Euan, John Temple 'and Merle Landis, driil was taken. : Mrs. Grace Kesser, president, I read all correspondence, arid it • was voted to buy Christmas seals and gifts for the "adopted" patient at the State hospital. Mrs. Irene Young offered devotions, and.the president led a discussion on Achievement Day. A Citizenship School was announced for Monday morning from 9 to 11 o'clock at the library. Mrs. Martin read the history of' the song of the month and led, carol singing. Mrs. Amanda Hume, flower chairman, presented Mrs. Fred Martin who was given a gift by the club. She celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary Novem- CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY were Mrs. O.ive Hioes, Spring Creek CWF Holds Turkey Dinner A turkey and covered dish dinner and a gift exchange were featured by the Spring Creek CWF Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Margaret Moore. Mrs. Gertrude Hall offered grace. The afternoon meeting wasj opened by Mrs. Moore who presented the Christmas story and devotions. Mrs. Jennie Callender, president, conducted the business meeting with 12 members answering roll call with a "Christmas quotation." Reported read to date were 115 chapters of the Bible, one daily devotion and 50 books. It was vot ed to send $10 to the Emily Flinn home. Holiday dimes and the offering were taken, and a birthday auction held. The topic, "Why Do We Study Japan," was presented. Contests were won by Mrs. Juanita Gerrard and Gertie Hall. The meeting closed with the Missionary benediction. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. June Crimmins Thursday, January 2. A fruit auction •will be featured. Miss Carol Hammond Honored At Shower Miss Carol Hammond was hon. ored at a miscellaneous bridal shower in Chicago last Sunday upon her return from San Francisco where she spent the Thanks- £ivin? week-end with her fiance, Lt. W. D. Woodruff and his parents. The shower was held at the home of the bride-elect's aunt. Mrs. E. D. Nelson and was assisted by her cousins, Mrs. Joe Roberts and Miss Corinne Scholten. A luncheon was served to 15 guests at a table decorated in pink and white. A bridal doll made an attractive centerpiece for the table. Miss Hammond was presented with many gifts and a corsage of pink carnations. Book Reviewed At Bethune Club Meet Mrs. Ed Yeazel reviewed the Christmas story, "There Your Heart Will Be Also," by Adele Rodgers St. John, at the Mary Bothune club meeting Tuesday evening at the YWCA. Mrs. Yeazel told the story of a small community and the many different meanings that Christmas had for each family by the type of decorations displayed on the outside of their homes at Christmas time. Mrs. Yeazel was presented a gift after which a short business meeting was conducted. Plans •were made for the Christmas party December 17 at 8 p.m at the YWCA. Refreshments were served in the dining room by Mrs. Cleo Thomas, Mrs. Garnet Hyman, Mrs. Pauline Rowe and Harriett Frisby. Social Calendar THURSDAY 8:30 p.m.—Past Presidents Parley, Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Gussie Krantz. 7:30 p.m.—American 'Legion Auxiliary, Star City, Mrs Clark Reed. 7:30 p.m.—Hi Neighbor HD club, Mrs. Irene Deeter. 8 p.m.—Naomi Shrine No. 9, IOOF hall. FRIDAY 1 p.m.—Golden Age club, YWCA. Personal Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bargerhuff, 1814. East Broadway, entertained at Thanksgiving dinner the following guests: Miss Doris Eberts, Nora Essex and Mrs. Bargerhuff s father, Mr. Rask, of Fort Wayne, and Miss Mary Rose, of Anoka. guest soloist. Rev. Elliott Gardner, Swayzes, was the afternoon speaker, his subject being, "Woe is Me." Participating in the ordination service were George Ami-hater. Rev. Clarence Ennis, Rev. Ivan Gwaltney and Rev. Guy Walters. Guests attended from Ohio, Indianapolis and other cities; also from (he Advance church wherl! Rev. Williams also serves as pastor. Several other churches were also represented. A reception was held in th<! 'church basement following tho ceremony. Additional Society On Page 7 ona Pendorf, of Point Pleasant, New Jersey, a guest of Mrs. Hume. The next meeting is January 7 with Mrs. Mabel Million. Mrs. Sadie Webster is co-hostess. OLIVK BRANCH LADIES The Olive Branch Ladies Aid met in the church basement for a carry-in dinner recently. Several men of the community were also present for dinner. The meeting was-called to order by the president, Mrs. Archie Webb, reading a poem entitled, "Ready For Christmas". Mrs. Whitten Reffett, Jr., led in singing Christmas carols followed by prayer by Mrs. Clarence Reed. Devotions were given by Mrs. Leon Crippen showing two filmstrips entitled, "A Present For Patsy", and "Taro's Gift of Love" Thursday Evening, December 5, I9ST. Broadway WSCS Luncheon Served By Rebecca Circle Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Martin of the Lake Cicott community forated their golden wedding anniversary on Thanksgiving Day, celebrated The couple was married November 26, 1907, at MonticeUo. They have three children, Clyde W. Martin, Wyar.dotte, Mich.; Closing Mrs. Wilma .Eldridge, Dade City, Fla.; and Keith, of' Logansport, ' -' Deer Creek HD 2 Installs Officers At Holiday Dinner New members were taken in and officers installed at the covered dish dinner and Christmas party staged by the Deer Creek township HD club No. 2 Wednesday afternoon at the Deacon Grange hall. The meeting was opened with a poem and group sir.ging of "Silent -Night." Mary Peters led the I pledges, and Helen Morgan read the secretary's report followed by roll call, answered with "my favorite tree trimmings." A thank-, you note was read from Laura 1 Marshall. _ | Sixteen members, six children! and four guests, Mrs. Lewis Peter.! Mrs. Dave Harness, Mrs. Charles j Jump and Mrs. Keith Davis attended the meeting. Installation of new officers was conducted by Elsie Nelson and devotions were given by Ema Amthauer on the Christmas story. "Hark the Harold Angels Sing," was sung by the group and the devotions closed with prayer. The history of the song of the month was presented by Mary Jean Shanks and the group joined in singing "Come All Ye Faithful." Hazel Morgan accompanied the group on the piano. j A Christmas gift exchange was 'held and the Mizpah repeated in men, thanked members for contributing to World Communily Day =nd the UNICEF drive. Mrs. Wooipert announcc<i that the WSCS has sold the mincemeat. The WSCS of the Broadway Meth-1 Reported ill were Mildred Long, odist church was served a dessert] Mrs. Gcraldino Thompson and luncheon Wednesday noon at the Mrs. Elizabeth Walls, church by the Rebecca circle, di-! The five circlcs wiil llold a Joint rect«dl3y Mrs. Alice Welch, in the'meeting December 18th when guest absence of Mrs Mary Swayzee, speaker will be U-ie Rev. Le.Master, chairman '. 3 ™ssionary from Africa. _',, , , , , i Devotions were given bv Mrs. Tabes were decorated with pots (Am)a Hul)l e) , liljcdfc .. Vou Arc M y or holly and red tapers. The dining iwil .. She was assjsled by room was adorned wih Christmas. Mj p ki Kinneman . appointmets highlighted with a, M D „ t Ballin( ; er inlro . decorated Christmas tree. L, ^ sue? , ^^ Mp> •Mrs. Mabel Timmons offered I and Mrs. Lloyd Brown, missionar- S' race - : ii". from the Belgian Congo. Following the meal Ihe meeting opened by the president, Mrs. Inez Mrs. Brown, in native costiime, discussed the life of a typical Af- .,'ulian, introducing guests, Mrs. rican woman, telling oC her cloth- ArJene Clark, Mrs. H. Cooper andj.'n™, home, work in'the fields and Mrs. Pierce, of Park Ridge, Illi-'preparation of a meal, nois. I Colored slides were sho\vn and Mrs. Julian offered prayer j>re-i nal ' 1 'atcd hy Mr. Brawn. Thi? slides included the native huts and the i'cw brick church and school in the sel Dement. T.'ie next will be a ceding the secretary's report by Mrs. Raymond Gusl and the treasurer's report by Mrs. Margf.rel Woolperl. The group voied to send $10 lo'; ininl meeting of the WfiCS and the the Neighborhood House jn Fl. | VVKG January 6th at 7:30 p.m. It Wayne clothing HI-TRI NEWS _ . Hi-Tri IV met Tuesday evening ol Christian Social Relations, re--in th« YWCA with twc Christmas minded members of forgotten pa-i stories highlighting th; program, tients at the state hospital and j "Candle in the Forest" by Tern- urged Idem to send Christinas (pie Bailey was prcsenicd by Cindy route 6. • There are also throe grandchildren. Mr, and Mrs. Martin, lifelong residents of the community, have engaged in farming in Jefferson township for more-than fifty years. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Gladys Jump received the door i prize. I New members taken into the club were Mrs. Charles Jump, Mrs. Keith Davis and Mrs. Dave Harness. She read a tract entitled "I'm So Glad You Came" followed by prayer by Mrs. Dean Reed. Secretary's report and roll call were read by Mrs. Byron Rentchler. Flower report was given and collection taken by Mrs. Bob McGrew. Treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Elmer Holiday. During the business; meeting it was decided to bring something to home of Mrs. Gordon Myers. It was also announced the Youth Fellowship is sponsoring a box social in the church basement on Dec. 16 and the community is invited. Happy Birthday was sung to Mrs. Clarence Reed and Mrs. Leon Crippen. "Silent Night" was sung and the meeting was dismissed by prayer by Rev. Overmyer. sel to to meeting which will Januar held in the Karen Ruth Jones Engaged To Marry Mr, and Mrs. Charles K. Jones, of roue 3, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Ruth, to Bert L. Miller. Miss Jones is a senior at the Washington township high school. Her fiance is a 1952 graduate of the Grass Creek high school and is employed by the Goodyear Tire and Rubber company. No wedding date has been set. MOHLMAHS \ SAVE 5O% and more! Goraeou There * no smarter gift! Their very own personal rings. , , . simulated birthstones/ initial*, star sapphires etc, Compare our te (action with rings selling at twicv th* price, in* hand carved double head Tiger Eye earn to itone. UK. $34.50 Lovely star lappnir* in 14K gold mounting distinctively ityled. Now Only $35 y*tf*tc*tgtctgk^ctcwgtct€tt^m^^ — today s top Flannel Slacks by JHYmflR What a blend it ifl — VACRILLA FLANNEL! Elegantly tailored by the makers of Jaymar slaclcEl '—with all the luxury and wearing comfort you could possibly hope fort • HoM* pr»u bettor • Recovers from wrinkle* • F«»|B, look* like * fortune • Won't fun-up, cling or • collect lint ?*C!l«mslrand's acfyltc fH*f 95 Others from $10.95 BLENDING SPORT COATS From $29.95 Dial 3273 405 E. Broadway THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" . for Christmas toys and I wi " 1)e a Japanese parly in charge and members were urged!'" Mrs - Dorol l 1 y BaMingor and lo take games, toys and clothing ' 'o tlie next circle meeting to be sent to the home. Mrs. Rulih Huntsinger, chairman Mrs. Vevay Langbak. iifls and cards and money to the canteen fund. Mrs. Eva Brown, presidenl of :he council of United Church Wo- Hall, "A Christmas Present for a Lady/' written by Myra Keiiey, ivas presented by .Miss Dorothy Wilson. -"V, 'Your Chrislmas Store '*• . TMt STORMY WEATHER... Just the thing for cold wintry days. Mode of 100% pure wool jersey. The ideal ear warmer. Best in white, black, brown, red, grey, and royal blue. $3.98 MILLIN'ERY - MEZZANINE HOLIDAY FASHIONS For Young Ladies Red nylon and cotton shadow stripe with pleated cummerbund and white faille collar. The jacket-toreador trimmed in soutache- and high-lighted by an inverted pleat down the back. The beret matching black velvet. Sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. Red — Turquoise Mary's Ghildrens Shop OPEN ALL DAY WED., FRI. S: SAT., 9 TO 9 ' Corner Pearl & Market Phone 2S54

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