Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 9, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 9, 1957
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'Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Wide Awake class of the Metea Baptist church will meet Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock for a Christmas party at the church. Members are asked to bring cookies an.d sandwiches. Washington township Circle 3 HD club will meet for a dinner Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Logansport -Country club. A 50-cent «U"t exchange will be held at the home of Mrs. Bob Gifford afterwards. —£- ' Hand-in-hand circle, King's Dau-'hters, will hold a Christmas party Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Lucille Crook, 521 Burlington avenue. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange. —fr- The Anna Guard class will meet for a regular session and Christmas party Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Amelia Wirth. Members are asked to note the change of meeting place. —fr- Charity Division 4, GIA Ladies, will hold a covered dish dinner at the AFL hall Thursday noon. There will be a 29-cent gift exchange, election of officers and payment of dues. .A, —^ •—~ The Crusaders class of the Ninth street Christian church will hold a covered dish dinner Wednesday noon at the church dining room. Members are asked to bring a 50-cent gift and table service. -•&The Ladies aid of the MoNeely Memorial church will hold an all- day meeting and Christmas dinner Thursday at the homo of Nora Eowyer. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and 50-cent gift. Deer Creek township HD club No. 1 will meet Friday morning at 11:45 o'clock at the Mason dining room .in Young America, The committee will furnish meat, rolls and coffee. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, .a homemade gift for display, a 29-cent gift exchange, and a marked, wrapped gift for the State hospital. -&Delta Chi Sigma sorority will hold a Christmas party Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the YWCA. Members are asked to bring a $1 gift for exchange and canned goods for the Christmas basket. —ft- The OWF of the Indian Creek Christian church, Harrison town ship, met recently at the home o. Fern Dock for a Christmas pany The meeting, was opened with singing, and devotions were given by Ecina Herd. A skit, "Christ mas Everywhere." was presented by Florence Koebcke, Betty Wilson, Lottie Catron and Roma McDonald. Glon Herd '(hen presented the "Legend of the Black Madonna" as part of the missionary lesson. A report on local and foreign missionary work was read by Louise Wilson. A special collection was taken for gifts for the patients at the State hospital. Mona Herd, president, closed the meeting. Contests, refreshments and a gift exchange •were enjoyed. -£The Adams township HD club will meet at the Community building Thursday evening at 7 o'clock for a carry-in supper and family night. Members are asked to bring a gift for the State hospital. Hostesses are Mrs. Clara Hinkle, Mrs. Rulh Hill, Mrs. Donna Carlson and Mrs. Reba Young. MR. AND MRS. FRED D. MISS NANCY LEE ECHLER BRIDE OF FREDERICK • AT DELPHI HOME Miss Nancy Lee Echler became Carrol! County HD Officers' School Staged At Camden The annual Carrol county home demonstration Officers' Training Daniel Brown; and project leaders, Miss Elaine Kull. The group reassembled and brief reports of each session were given by Mrs. Charles Guckien, Mrs Robert Hawkins, Mrs. Ken- School was held recently at St. n elh Newell, Mrs. Charles Hanna, Peter's Lutheran church at Cam- M rs . Walter Allen, Mrs. Charles den at which time officers were • Black and Mrs. Raymond Temple, elected and special instructions< n was ann(H , nced that the Monday Evening, December 9, 19ST. Culture Club Hears Robert S. Justice Robert S. Justice addressed members of the Mental Culture club at the Thursday afternoon iting at the home of Mrs. Don ;iven. Mrs. Marie ganization will sponsor the cancer Hanrahan, county drive again this year. First Aid classes will be given. They will start in January and are open to the public. A music workshop which will be open to all musicians of the county is being planned. The first quarterly council meeting for all county officers and club presidents will be held at the home of the new president, Mrs. Joseph Peterson, north of Ddphi, on January 6 with a luncheon at noon. Other Council meetings are scheduled for April 7, June 30, and September 8. Project Training Lessor.s for a former county 1058 a ,. Q as follows: January 10- t Traffic Laws and Driving Eti- The 1958 officers: president, Mrs.! uette; April-Firs', Aid in the president, conducted the meeting. 'The resignation of the secretary, Mrs. Ernest Dunham, Flora, was read and Mrs. Kenneth Newell, Delphi, was elected to the office. The 1958 officers were elected as follows: president, Mrs. Joseph Peterson; first vice-president, Mrs. Wade Louthain; second vice-president, Miss Pauline Robeson; secretary, Mrs. Kenneth Newell; treasurer, Mrs. Inah Caldwell; ana publicity officer, Mrs. Fred McCain. They were installed in a candlelight service by Mrs. Law- ronc.e Whistler, prcsfdent. Freehafcr, 3210 Crescent avenue. Mrs. Alma Hill, president, opened the meeting with Mrs. Sarah Hay and Mrs. Lauree Wilson leading the plelgus to the Christian Flag and the flag of the United States, followed by Mrs. Elsie Burroughs leading the Collect for Club Women. Mrs. Alda Byrt read the secretary's report. Mrs. Fay Johnson submitted the treasurer's account. The response, "Among My Souvenirs," was given in answer to roll call. Edgar Guest's poem, "If I Had Only Known," was used by Morning Forum Elects Officers New officers were elected at the Thursday meeting of the Morning Forum of the Calvary Presbyterian church at the church. Dorothy Corkey, chairman, opened the meeting with the Lprd's Prayer. Patty Montgomery read the'secretary's report, and Adelc Marshall, the treasurer's account. The following slate of officers was accepted 'by the group for the year: Patty Montgomery, chairman: Dorothy Leiper, co-chairman and treasurer; Evelyn Heckard, secretary and reporter. A motion was made to serve Ihe .six Lenten suppers as a project for the year. A dishwasher has been purchased for the kitchen by the Women's Association. Women's Association will Mrs. Bessie Hycrs for the theme ;- no](1 a , r . ee ting December 12 for in devotions. !thc installation of officers. Those The guest speaker, Senator Rob-.from the Morning Forum to be in- •t S. Justice, whose topic wasj stalled arc: ptesident. Roberta "Does the Assembly Listen to' Nelson: second vice-president. Car- Women's Clubs." was the high-iol Frushmir; secretary; _Marilyn light of the afternoon's program.! SwarzwaMer. Dorothy Leiper will Local and state projects were free- be 'he installing officer ly discussed by Senator Justice and There was a workshop __ ana members of the club after his talk. During the business session' a committee composed of Mrs. Alma Hill, Mrs. Martha Williams and Fay K. Johnson was appointed to select and purchase a Christmas gift for a shut-in member of the Joseph Peterson; first vice-presi- Home; May 2-Re-doing Different I club. Following the business ses- dent Mrs Wade Louthain; second I Rooms: September 9-Se!ecting i sion Mrs. Augusta Schwerdman vice-president, Miss Pauline Robe-1 Food; October-Holiday Dishes and | recited from Ella Wheeler Wilcox's 'son- secretary, Mrs. Kenneth!Table Decorations. .. Winter Bou- book, "Poems of Pleasure,' the: Christmas program children Newell; treasurer, Mrs. Inah Caldwell; and publicity officer, Mrs. Fred McCain. They were installed in a candlelight service by Mrs. Lawrence Whistler, a farmer county president. Miss Margaret Mabbitt presented the retiring officers, Mrs. Han- uets and Flower Arrangement. Special Interest Lessons: January 23, February 4, 11, IB, 25, March 4-Wei3hl Control Series; March- Hair Styling and Coloring; November-Gift Wrapping and Hat Making. During the social hour tea, cot- •ral'ian.wilh a brass wall plaque and,fee. fancy homemade cookies, nuts Mrs. Joe Starkey, with a jew- : and mints were served to 225 poem "Secret Thoughts." A luncheon was served by the hostess, Mrs. Florence Freehafer. December the 19 the Mental Culture Club will have their Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Mayme Castle, 129 Wheatland Ave. the bride of Frederick B. Clark during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents. ' ' The Reverend J. Franklin Arthur officiated at the rites read in front of the fireplace banked with gold and bronze mums and white tapers. '. The bride is the daughter of Mr. ; and Mrs. Paul W. Echler, of Del• phi, ar.d the bridegroom is the sor: of Homer Clark, of Williamsport, Indiana. '. Miss Elsie Eehler attended her sister as maid of honor, and best man was Doyle Clark, brother of the bridegroom. Given in marriage 'by her father, the bride appeared in a gray wool Broadway Builders Class Holds Party The Builders class of the Broadway Methodist church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Car.field Sunday for the Christmas parly. Rev. Raymond Echols offered grace for the roast turkey dinner served by the following committee: Mr. and Mrs. Canfield, Mr. and Mrs-. Roy Thomas, Mrs. Albert Strantz, Mrs. Glen Humphrey and Mrs. Jesse Hand. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. Echols and children, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hand, Mrs. Margaret Swadener and son, John. Christmas carols were sung, and Pohlman Studio BRIDE, the former Jean Ann Coulson, are residing at route 1, Bar- nettsville, following Uieir marriage Friday evening, November 29, at 7 o'clock at the Baptist Temple with the Reverend M. L. Robinson officiating. The double ring rites united the daughter 'of Mrs. Marine Dinius, 603 Washington street, and Merle M. Coulson, Sr., Fort Gordon, Georgia and the son of Mr. and (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) ing trimmed her headpiece, and she carried a cascade arrangement of pink ar.d white roses. The mother of the bride wore a navy blue dress with matching accessories and a corsage of fee roses while the bridegroom's nioth- er also selected a navy blue dress with pearls and matching accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses. A reception for 65 guests was held at the church basement im- !lcd jewelry case from the county Home Demonstration Association. Christmas music was sung by the Carroll County Home Demonstration Chorus with Mrs. Daniel Brown leading and Mrs. Mark Carter at the organ. Special instructions were given in divided sessions by the following: presidents, Mrs. Marie Hanrahan; vice-presidents, Mrs. Robert Ratciiff; secretaries, Mrs. Wade merrmers at a lace covered table with a Christmas Centerpiece of candles, cones and pine. Miss Margaret Mabbitt and Mrs. John Rowe presided at the serving table. Mrs. Harold Thompson was One Initiated Into B. V. Chapter, PEG Mrs. Helen Hildebrandt was initiated into the B. V. chapter of the PEO Thursday evening during a ceremony at the home of Mrs. William Sludebaker. and parents at the church Sunday. Hostesses were Evelyn lleckard, Carol MacCIcan and Ruth Allen. Auxiliary Parley Holds Dinner Party The Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary. I Unit 60, met Thursday evening for a Christmas dinner party at Hart's ICafc. Following the dinner, a business meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Fairy Emmons, 105 Burlington avenue, at which time it was planned to remember the "adopted" veteran nurse and ill members. A gift exchange and euchre were enjoyed after which dessert was served to 11 members. Entertaining rooms were decorated in, & yuletide motif. Mrs. Joe Wobort Ratcllff. Mrs. Lawrence ajld diairman of the Training School, A business meeting was conducl which is sponsored each year by Ihe Pasi Presidents' Organization. She was assisted by other past county presidents, Mrs. John Jiowe, Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mrs. COLD IN WYOMING NEW YORK 'UP) — The coldest reading reported by the U.S. Weather Bureau today was one Ross was hostess.'degree below zero, at Big Piney, Dessert and coffee' v.'cre served Wyo. Sunday's warmest was 84 de- to 12 members. '• grccs at Thermal, Calif. .... , -i ,_j - rm-c,™ which Mr. Swadener showed color- pink hat and veil and a corsage ^.^ rf ^ wostern ^ ^ 01 pink roses. The maid of honor was attired in a black dress with white acces. series and a white hat. Mrs. Echler attended in a navy ; blue dress with matching accessories and a corsage of red roses. A reception was held for 35 ^ guests following the ceremony at' day"'at The" club". : the home of the bride's parents. \ , fhe committee inc i u de<t ,, ' ., _, T-.-I i n | J1U1U CU Lilt; 1_1IULI.I1 UCl.Tl.lll'-lll, 1411- Mrs. Walter C. Floss, route 2,, y follow!ng the ceremony. Royal Center. ' The candlelight rites were read before an altar banked with palms, lighted tapers and white mums. Dan Erb, organist, played "Always," "I Love You Truly" and "Because." Miss Kristine Sorenson, 609 Washington street, was maid of honor, and best man was Oscar A. Floss, route 2, Royal Center. Shrine Ladies Hold Holiday Luncheon Shrine Club Ladies staged their sluncheon Thurs- The couple plans to establish ' residence at 317% North Market street, Delphi. The bride, a Delphi high school graduate, is employed by Horner • Motor Sales at Lafayette. Her hus- '. band is employed as an electrician. Social Calender Monday 6 p. m.—L. S. to B. of L. F. and E., IOOF hall. 6 p.m.—St. Vincent Rosary society, at school hall. 7:30 p. m.—Psi Iota Xi, Mrs. George Kiesling. 7:UO p. m.—Olde Towne chapter, Mrs. Alice Keller. 7:M> p. m.—White Rose club, Mrs. Elsie Huckleberry. 7:45 p. m.—Tri Kappa sorority, • Mrs. Roy Slaughter. fl p. m.—Sigma Phi Gamma, YWCA. Tuesday Noon—St. Joseph hospital Sewing circle, hospital. . Poon— Onward HD club, Christian church. 12:30 p. m.—Burrows HD club, Community hall. 2 p. m.—Bridge City lodge, IOOF hall. DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse Mrs. Jessie Saunders, Mrs. .Florence De Saver,, Mrs. Martha Newcomb.i A pink ar.d white motif was used in the decoration of the serving table which was centered with a three tiered wedding cake lopped with a miniature bridal couple. Punch, nuts, mints ar.d cake were served by Mrs. Harvey Sorenson and Mrs. Jim Wieand. For traveling the bride chose a charcoal gray knit suit with black accessories and the corsage from U, song leaders, -V Mrs I wnistier, .vuss Frieda Burgitt and • f, Miss Margaret Mabbitt. | s? S ca.eo following the reception. The bride, a 19n7 graduate of the local high school, is employed at the Golden Rule. He:- husband, a 1955 graduate of the Royal Center high school, :s employed by Alpha Industries. DR. 0. L. BRAUN FOOT ArLMENTS Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office: 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays & Fridays 9 1o 4 Given in marriage by her step-! her bnHal hotiriiiel. The couple de- father, Francis Dinius, the bride i parted en a wedding trip to Chi-appeared in a waltz-length gown of Char.tilly lace and nylon tulle, designed with a fitted bodice, mandarin collar and long tapering sleeves. The bouffant skirt of tulle was topped by a tapered inset of lace with ruffles of the tulle extending to the hemline. Her veil Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers »0 t. Market Si re ill Phone 3609 Rugs-Carpetj Upholstery Venetian Blinds Mrs. Harry Heppe and Mrs. Ethel jot silk illusion was secured to a ^ cc nMnitmnT -Hm-i^lr- ori rl t»*i rlctcri nnt ea_ Miller. A gift exchange and cards werej enjoyed. Prizes in euchre went to 1 Mrs. ELsie Leslie, Mrs. GoMie Chase, Mrs. Mabel Bowman, ar.d Mrs. Ira Dawson; .bridge, Mrs. John Cotner, Mrs. Glen Crist, Mrs. •lalph Saunders and Mrs. Ira Cree. Mrs. Rena Young won the door prize. crown of pearls and iridescent sequins and pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of red roses .on 1 a white Bible. Miss Sorenson attended in a gown of royal blue taffeta, featuring a bell-shaped ballerina-length skirt, and a bow at the waistline in back with streamers extending to the hemline. 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