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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Walton HD Club Installs Officers At Yule Luncheon Officers were installed at the annual Christmas meeting of the Walton home demonstration club Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. M. Kaiser with a covered dish luncheon being served. Mrs. Verne Conn, president, was In charge of the meeting which ..opened with Mrs. Margaret Perkins leading in pledges to the Christian and American flags. The collect was given in unison and the history of the song of the month was' presented by Mrs. EUdie Snider. Christmas carols were sung by the group with Mrs. Kaiser at the piano. I'Cvotions were given by Mrs. Bert Cook and the Christmas story was told by Mrs. Ada Bow- ycr. The secretary's report was given ty Mrs. Joe Walker and the treasurer's report by Mrs. Halla Lewis. • Mrs. Cook installed the following new officers: Mrs. Alice Deniston, president; Mrs. Lenora Pat- te'son, vice-president; Mrs. Ada Bowyer, secretray; Carey, treasurer; Mrs. Mrs. Ethel Anna Duckworth, reporter, and Mrs. Pearl Plank, project chairman. Other selected officers include: *ong leader, Mrs. R. M. Kaiser; pianist, Mrs. Eddie Snider; health anci safety leader, Mrs. James Hall; garden leader, Mrs. Harry Bean; mystery pal chairman, Mrs. Elmer Shuman; reading chairman, Mrs. Clara Braly; citizenship chairman, Mrs. Leonard Reid; devotional • chairman, Mrs. Bert Cook; calling committee, Mrs. J.Iurl Baker. Mrs. Ed Spohn, Mrs. Minnie Walker and Mrs. Joe Walker; flower and cards, Mrs. Verne Conn; membership committee, Mrs. Lee Knight, Mrs. Emil V.iiliams and Mrs. George Shed- Peru Couple Marks Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Marion Swank, Peru, route 3, observed their (Solden Wedding Anniversary, Kunc'.ay. A family dinner in their honor was served at the Church of the Brethren in Mexico. Those present [or the occasion included their four children, seventeen grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. One great-grandchild was unable :o attend. Also attending were Mrs. -Fern Dewey, South Bend, Mr. Swank's sister and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Layman, Peru. Mrs. Layman wasj an attendant at the wedding. The centerpiece for the dinner was a wedding cake with miniature bride and groom. Open house for friends was held during the afternoon at the Swank home, southeast of Twelve Mile. The serving table was centered with a white heart bordered with gold and fifty years written across in gold. Ice cream, cake and punch was served to approximately 160 guests. Many gifts were received by the guests of honor. Bouquets of gold mums were gifts from the grandchildren for the occasion Lewis presented Mrs. rcn. Mrs. Conn with a gift for her work as president and secret pals were revealed and a Christmas gift exchange held. The hostess was Mrs. Plank..x assisted by The January meeting will be lielci with Mrs. Pearl Plank with an antique display being featured. Serve Yule Dinner To Progressive HD • A Christmas dinner was servec to members of the Progressive HD club Wednesday evening at the Ben Hur. A Christmas centerpiece was featured on the table and each place was marked with a ceramic gift. Following the meal, members met at 1705 High street for a gift exchange and meeting. Name Committees I MARKET STREET CIRCLES URGED TO For Tau Phi Lambda Activities "OBSERVE A CHRISTIAN CHRISTMAS" "Observe A Christian Christmas" was the theme of the circle meet- Committees for .the Christmas i n g s O f the Market su-eet Metha Veterinary Groups Stage Joint Dinner Meeting At Ben Hur The Northwestern Indiana and the Wabash Valley Veterinary Associations and Auxiliaries staged a joint Christmas meeting at the Ben Hur Thursday evening. Presiding was Dr. John Billiard of Purdue University, president of the Northwestern Association. Program in the Christmas theme included: selections by the High School Girls' Ensemble directed and accompanied by Miss Thelma Nicholas. party at the county farm and the holiday sock hop January 2 were named at the Wednesday meeting of Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda sorority, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle, at the VFW home. Mrs. Betty Davidson, president, conducted the meeting for 12 members, Mrs. Joan Decker read t.ie secretary's report, and Mrs. Jf> Timmons, the treasurer's account. Mrs. Mona Bean offered prayer. Mrs. Timmons was presented a check for winning first place in Indiana and fifth in the country in the publicity contest. The group voted to girl as the year's project present gifts to both. Mrs. Delores Morgan was elected musician and it was voted to g've a food basket to a family for dist church conducted individually this week at which time a letter from the WSCS president, Mrs. Carl Hendryx, was read. Mrs. Hendryx's letter conveyed the holiday wishes to members of each circle. Christmas offering envelopes were also distributed at each meeting to be returned at the WSCS meeting Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the' church. Mrs. Dan Schmidt, supply chairman, has announced that these gifts would be used for three Wo- lowing the business meeting. Charity Circle Mrs. John Williams entertained 9 members at her home, 521 W. Miami avenue. Mrs. Robert Canady was a guest. Mrs. William Galloway presented devotions and Mrs. Ben Hankee assisted her in a skit entitled, "Christmas at Home". They spelled out the word Christmas using key words for each letter. The first letter, "C", represented "Christ", the last letter, "S", represented "Saviour". Refreshments were enjoyed during the social hour. ' Mable llartle circle, scheduled to meet at Peru with Mrs. Marlin man's Division projects: the Neigh-j Hathaway, met Tuesday'with Mrs. •i HP borhood center at Fort Wayne, the Raymond Kitchens, 524 Front vL nrnnffr• T«.prtv Jesse Lse home ' S€ward ' Alaska -' street, as road conditions were — aid another needy , ... <;..„..,.. „„;(,„.:,„„. , c ',,. Naomi Circle Yule Dinner Meeting At Church Attracts 36 Twenty-nine members and sev. en guesls were present for the Christmas dinner party staged Thursday noon by the Naomi circle of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church at the church dining room. Tables were decorated in keeping with the season. Mrs. Mary Friday Evening, December 6, I93T. Webb Chapel WSCS Entertains Shiloh Women At Luncheon Webb Chapel WSCS entertained the Shiloh women at a Christmas luncheon at the church Thursday. Cpl. Ben Allison Weds In Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Ben Allison. Sr, of Royal Center, announced the marriage of tlieir son. Cpl. Ben Allison, lo Miss Odcan .Johnson Tables were decorated in a on November 20 at Moirislown, Christmas motif with Christmas tree nut cups marking each place. Charlotte Ide offered grace before Ihe meal. Shirley Moss played a prelude of organ music after which Mary Kay McKaig welcomed 28 guesls and 22 members who answered roll call with "what I enjoy most aboul Christmas." Dorothy Heckard offered the Christmas devotions, read the yule story, and the group sans carols. Mildred Moss< gave the Christmas meditation. Fisher accompanied at the piano; A special mission offering was and Christmas. Committees for the Christmas party at the county farm include: Mrs. Rosmary Halsema, Mrs. Doris Green, Mrs. Evelyn Marler, Mrs. Ella Johnson, Miss Marilyn Benedict, refreshments; Mrs. Virginia Shanks, Mrs. Phyllis Sutton, Miss Mary Ellen Bougher, .Mrs. Betty Davidson, gifts; Mrs. Betty Clayton, Mrs. Leah Nies and Mrs. Pat Baker, entertainment. A holiday sock hop was planned for January 2nd with committees to include: Mrs. Ruchalene Ervin, Mrs. Loisann Hatten, Mrs. Rose- Members are Barbara Booher, 'mary Halsema and Mrs. Sue Janet Pollman, Jeanie Yoder, JHallen; place, Mrs. Jo Timmons, Mary Jane Reid, Judy Rollings-1 Mrs. Dolores Morgan, Mrs. Vir- worth and Carol Snyder. Readings were also given by two members of the high school speech department: Judy Polsinet- li, "Why the Chimes Rang," and Nancy Hauss, "Christmas is a Generous Day." A gift exchange was held. Dr. and Mrs. S. F. G-aynor, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Cahalan and Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Thomas, all of Logansport, were in charge of arrangements. HONOR TOM PRITTS Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pritts, route 1, Burnettsville, entertained recently at a family dinner in honor of their son, Tom, who left December 4 for selective service. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pritts, of Idaville; Ed Pritts ginia Shanks and Mrs. Jean Morgan; music, Mrs. Joan Decker, Miss Marilyn Benedict; tickets, Miss Judy Madonna, Mrs. Virginia Ca'Jaway, Mrs. Evelyn Marler, Mrs. Kathy Nethercutt; publicity, Mrs. Rita Luey, Mrs. Mona Bean, Mrs. Phyllis Sutton, Mrs. Betty Davidson, Mrs. Pat Baker and Mrs. Sue Garland; refreshments, Miss Mary E. Bougher, Mrs. Betty C.ayton, Mrs. Julia Baker, Mrs. Donna Ricci, Mrs. Betty Coo'.ey; gifts, Mrs. Doris Green. Tr.e next meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Doris Green. :cnange ana meeung. d B , w u Burnettsville; Devotions were offered by Nelli?? Q °. * Tnm '„_.,., , rhi . Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and children. Tommie, Karen and Ronnie, of Goshen; Mr. and Mrs. Basil Healey and children, Linda and Chuck, Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hogrefe and children, George, Dotty and Mary of Flora; and Mrs. Pearle Arion of Camden. Boyer after which Florence Beckler read the treasurer's report. Mrs. Boyer read a poem entitled, "How the Crinch Stole Christmas." Installation of new officers was conducted as follows: president, Sharon Conn'; vice-president, Leona Holt; secretary, Patty Arrone; treasurer, Martha-Daugherty; reporter, Agnes Skelton; project leader, Glenna Burkit. Mrs. Boyer is retiring president, and Mrs. Flora McClure conducted the installation. A raffle was won by Mrs. Burkit after which all revealed their secret pals during a gift exchange. Games were enjoyed with Mrs. Boyer and Mrs. Daugherty win-! Devotions will be by Olive BOONE TOWNSHIP The Boone Twp. Home Demonstration Club will meet Tuesday, D^c. 10. at the Royal Center Library with a carry-in dinner at noon and a gift exchange. The Program will be in charge of Agnes Doyle and FeLitia Beck- ning prizes. Mrs. Arrone and Deloris McClure •were hostesses. The next meeting is in January. Society The W.W.M.B. Friendship lodge will meet Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. A good attendance is desired. jj. Onward home demonstration club will meet at the Onward Christian church Tuesday noon for a Christmas party. Members are asked to bring a covered-dish and 50 cent gift. The 20th Century class of the Broadway Methodist church will hold a Christmas party and covered dish dinner Wednesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at the church dining room. Members are asked J to bring a covered dish and 50-cent JJ gift. Meat will be furnished. " Hipes and roll call will be answered by Henrietta Swisher. Hostesses: Iva Beauchamp, chairman, Lois Fickle, Mary Berkshire, Jessie Sandberg, Ineta Lucas and Dorothy Jones. Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers M« E. Market 5t..«t Phon. 3609 Rugs-Carpets Upholstery Venetian Blind;; LINCOLN WSCS MEETS The WSCS of the Lincoln Meth- and the Seward sanitarium. The Dcbornh Circle met at the home of Mrs. Chas Shaver, 85 14th Street, M'onday evening. Mrs. Jean McNaught served as co-hostess. Fourteen members were present and Mrs. Victor Goodman and Mrs. Carl Hendryx were special guests. Mrs. Robert Honick gave the devotions and a Christmas story entitled "The Boy with the Box" by Mary Van Voorhis. Mrs. Richard Flory and Mrs. Goodman were contest winners. Refreshments in the Christmas motif were served during the social hour. The Prlscllla Circle met with Mrs. Ralph Tucker of 67 21st street Monday evening. Mrs. Jim Sheely assisted her. Devotions entitled, "What have you done to Christmas and What will you do for Christmas," was presented by Mrs. Fred Heinrich. Mrs. Raymond Hunter reviewed two articles" from the Methodist unfavorable. Mrs. William Rynearson, Jr., read the story, "The Heart of Christmas," and closed with the poem, "Christmas Carol." Plans were completed for the Christmas party to be held for members of the Cass county Infirmary. Refreshments were served to seven members. Main Street WSCS Marks Christmas , A Christmas party was staged | by the WSCS of the Main street Methodist church Wednesday evening at the church. Jennie Sanders opened with while Mrs. Morgan read the Christmas story and gifts were exchanged. The circle's guest from the hospital was presented with a basket of gifts. Dinner committee included Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Morgan. Mrs. Boatman and Mrs. Betty Cox. The regular meeting was conducted in the Green Room at which time reports were heard on sick members and the recent chicken pie supper. Merle Jester offered devotions, taken, and toys were brought lo the meeting to be sent to a children's home in Chicago. Jo Wildman gave a short talk. Tennessee. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Royal Center high school and is serving with the US Marine Corps. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, of Newport, Tennessee, is a graduate of Ihe Cocke county hifih school and is employed as a secretary. The couple is residing at .Jacksonville, North Carolina, as the bridegroom is siationed al Camp Lejuene, North Carolina. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Emerson See of Lake Manilou. Rochester, and Mrs. Lyman E. Beecher. of 915 Bales street, city, left Tuesday Betty McKaig and Jean Forgey ; moriling for Arizona where they sang a duel after which the meeting was closed with prayer. 38 Rotary Anns Enjoy Luncheon A I o'clock luncheon was enjoyed by the Rotary Anns Wednesday afternoon at the Ben Hur with 38 members present. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Hav- and Mrs. Blanch Cochley present-: enSi M rs . 'garl Bailey.' Mrs. Rich. ed the lesson. The general meeting of the WSCS will be held December 12 at which (:me members are asked to bring baby items to be sent to Korea and gifts for the Neighborhood House at Fort Wayne. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Graham ard Elliott, Jr., and Mrs. Donald Maitson. The cookbooks, featuring recipes by Rotary Ann members, were distributed and discussed. will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Deitz. ot Crawfordsville, are the parents of a daughter, .loni Lynn, born November 8. The mother of the for. mcr Nancy Long, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George I-ons. 717 Race street. Mrs. Beulnh Deitz, route 3, is the baby's paternal grandmother. SOCIAL CALENDAR FRIDAY 7:30 p.m.—Mothers of World War 2, Unit 18, Memorial home. Christmas Refreshments were served to 15 members and one guest, Mrs. Shirley Bowman. prayer and a short business meeting was conducted. Dorothy Hoi- comb read the secretary's report and Frances Miiler, the treasurer's account. The group will sponsor a ward party at the State Hospital. Ellen Rammel, vice-president, appointed Viola Whiteman chairman of recreation and Mrs. Holcomb, chairman of refreshments. It was voted to send clothing to Fort Wayne's Neighborhood House. Delores Nicolcs reported on sunshine baskets. the Franklin Committee Meets Mrs. Ray Speital was hostess to! the Franklin P.T.A. Executive committee Wednesday afternoon at her home. Ten members were present when Mrs. William Hile opened the meeting. Devotions were given by Mrs. Dale Isaacs. Mrs. George Vaughan and Mrs. Speital gave the secretary's and treasurer's reports.' Committee members made their reports. Mrs. Hile announced that a Christmas JT i rv.«f n- /ipflo r «5p I aUHSlmlH UdSIVCLS. ! "«..*.<-" t.,tJt a v^lll 1 a UU Itas u EM™ p_ 8 J «;: Frances Stinemetz was in charge program will be presented at the ternoon, with Mrs. Raymond Clure, M>5 High Street. Mrs. Roy Hay was co-hostess. Sixteen members enjoyed a Christmas story, "The Child In the Heart," by James Freeman, which was given by Mrs. Charles E. Clayton. The meeting opened with prayer by the chairman, Mrs. Gerald Raver, who also reported on various ,, , e vci , WIJTJ auu iui^uiuru VM vaiiwua odist church met at the home of| projects of , hfi group> Mrs _ Hay Barbara Rodabaugh Tuesday eve ning with Ciarice Roach assisting. The president opened the meeting with a poem, "Keeping Christmas," by Peter Marshall. The Christmas story from the Bible was read by Dorotha Belle Lynas. During the business meeting, extra supply work was discussed and it was decided to send a box of used greeting cards to a missionary in Japan to be used in school there. • Also discussed were distribution of Christmas boxes to shut- ins and the sending of money to the Seward, Alaska, hospital. Opal Wooley dedicated the pledge offering, and Nellie Salsbery closed with prayer. A Christmas contest was conducted with Florence Baber's team winning high score Refreshments were served to 11 members. gave an account of the visit made to shut-in members. A social hour followed during which refreshments were served. Hope Circle: Twelve members met at the home of Mrs. Roy Arnold 1329 Market Street Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Chester Boatman assisting Hie hostess. of the program and worship program, "How Other Nations Celebrate Christmas," and a film was shown. Mrs. Rammel read the yule story. Refreshments were served to 35 women by the officers at tables decorated in a holiday motiC and lighted tapers. BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Pearl Jones .entertained the Birthday club at her home Tuesday. She was assisted by Mrs. Grace Smith. Christmas decorations were usec with each place being marked with a eorsage. An exchange was held and contests played with prizes going to The program was in charge of; Grace Nicodemus, Edna Leffert, Lulu Cunningham, Lora Herrick, Mrs. Cecil Logan. After group singing of Christmas carols, Mrs. Logan presented two stories: "The Little Black Lamb," by Emily McCaoken, and "Keeper of the Inn," by Bishop Remington. Refreshments were served fol- Ethel Burkhart, Dora Martin, Hulda Vernon, Jeannie Carter and a guest, Grace Smith. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Dorena Sptiznogle January 6. Read the Classified Ads A business, meeting will be conducted by Tri Kappa sorority Mon- _ day evening at 7:45 o'clock at the;* hovne of Mrs. Roy Slaughter, 2122 jj North street. Members are asked to bring gifts for the State hospital Christmas party, —fr- The Baptist Christian church of Royal Center will be the scene of a yule luncheon Wednesday noon at the dining room with Anna Kesling, Thelma Sheppard, Iva Beauchamp, Margaret Jones, Arlene McVay, Doris Cookerly, Mary A. Funk and Mable Morehouse as hostesses -*Mrs. Elsie Huckleberry will entertain the White Rose club at a Christmas party Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at her home, 1318 George street. Cards, dessert and a gift exchange will be featured. Out-of-town members are expected to attend. IN CLASS SYRACUSE, N. Y. — The teacher and fellow students took it all In stride when scholar Mrs. Oliver E. Townsend gave birth to a daughter during class. Mrs. Townsend was attending a Syracuse Health Department class for expectant mothers. There is still time FOR THIS CHRISTMAS LET US RESET YOUR DIAMOND >ygx>fgs. .xav^gs. If you own a diamond, now, In an old fashioned setting, let us show you the amazing new beauty if will take on in one of our modern new mountings. Beginning Sunday, December B **+t++++*rf+ff*,rtfr*frrfrrr+f~*r*~+*****+* WE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAYS 8:30 A. M. TO 5:00 P. M. Serving Complete Dinners and Short Orders HART'S CAFE JACK AND ANN OWEN, Your Hosts 221 Fourth St. Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily CLIP&SAVE" THE PAGE From the New, Combined SUNDAY PHAROS-TRIBUNE LOGANSPORT PRESS Complete Schedules For The Entire Week! regular monthly meeting of the P.T.A. on December 10 at 7:30 p.m. ir. the Riley Auditorium. Following the meeting the members each selected a grab-bag gift as they seated themselves at a gaily decorated table. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Speital with Mrs. Hile assisting. 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