Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 11, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 11, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, December 11, 1957. Store's New Suggestion: 'Happy After-Christmas' NEW YORk (UP)—This is thei post-holiday rush and make the time of the year we rush out to.best of it. His favoril;,'return buy gifts for someone else to rush' was not after Christmas, but aft- back and exchange after Christ-' er a wedding, mas ! "I looked up one day and there Perhaps it's a red chiffim night- was a young couple loaded with ie for an aunt who has'slept in a small ton of bundles,' he said, flannels for years, or golf tees "They lugged the works up tj the for an uncle whose main exercise counter, unwrapped everything is getting up frorr. the table. ! an . c , = ald: , . , ..' ... is Wahtever the reasons, the ex-] ° k ay, now which ol this is changes and returns are inevita-!y° urs '"' . —— Delphi The Deer Creek Townsiiip Home Demonstration Club will meet at the REMC auditorium on Decem- merce wiU sponsor a Home Light-[ pamona| Michigan| are spendlng ing contest for homes m Delphi and f days . with Mr. and Mrs. within a one-mile radius surround- L, „ ' . . ing the town. Prizes totaling $50 will be given for .originality and I themes within the-keeping oE the Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuna TJjt«» Harry Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cuppansky, Rochester, were Sunday guests of themes within the-keep.ng ot uje and " MFS - ~—-~ ' season. The first prize will be $2o,, Mr _. Bernice Zo w an . was ' blc. And most stores have developed the philosphical attitude that the customer usually is right after the holidays, even if the returns cost money in extra personnel ani handling. ^ r 12. for a cooperative dinner at Most stores try lo trim the post-.noon. Doris.Fetarson will give de- holiday rush by pre-holiday ad- votions. Gifts will be brought Lor vice. Ta*e the adjustments de- the menially ill. Hostesses are partment of Abraham and Straus,; Doris Peterson, Lola Isreal, Naomi one.of the nation's largest depart-: Martin, Ruth Schroder, Helen An- ment stores. It came out today tlerson and Mary Pullen. with a guide to gift selection for Mrs j/[ ar i on jioyer, Mrs. B, B. Mrs. Bernice Zolm'an was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Riqhard Van Dalsen and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bash spent Saturday evening in Rochester. Mrs. Dee Van D'alsen and Mrs. Othal Owens spent Saturday in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Don DiHman and family, Kokomo, spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Deverle Van Dalsen and family. .The Macy Mothers club will meet at the home of Mrs. William Ehrhardt for a covered dish dinner December 19 at (i:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wan-en McCarter and daughters, MLshawaka, were recent guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Alvah McCarter. __ = —,----, ----- - -..-— —. gome of the out o[ town people engagement andjpproaching mar-1 attending the tuneral ot Mrs. Wil- second $15 and third, $10. Judges for this contest will be Robert Quinn. Entries'must be made with the secretary, Miss ' Dorothea Shaffer by the 18th of December, and the judging will take place on Dec. 23. This is a revival of a custom that was followed for several years in Delphi. Although Delphi always has many beautifully decorated homes, it is hoped that the contest will focus attention on.the project this year and will create a friendly rivalry that will resut in more and "better decorations that will make an added attraction for visitors. Mrs Cecilia Bush of route 2, Logansport, has announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Nancy Jane, "A Happy After-Christmas." Select With Care Mayhill and Mrs. Charles Raber will attend the annual Christmas The department manage r. ;1)e ciing of the Epsilon Sigma Om- Charles A. Binde'.-, said (he first' j cron ' sorority at the home of Mrsr rule is: "Avoid fever and flurry y a bel Timmons in Logansport Salami give your selections some ur( ; a y Mrs. Waybill and Miss thought. Desperation b u y.i n g | ;j eor gje Kinneman are assistant causes more returns and cx-!;. ostesscs . changes than any other single i Mrs EH B Pruitt; who suffered factor." ia heart attack a: the home of Mr. Binder, an old hand at shooth-, an d Mrs. John Walker Thursday in" the'ruffled feathers of cus-: W as taken to -'.he home of her torners, offered these suggestions: '.daughter, Mrs. Robert Buddy, —Become a sixe detective ancl> w here sl-.e is improving, know measurements of the person! The Philathoa Class of the for whom you're buying. Wrong! Presbyterian church will hold its size is the number one reason for j annual cooperative Christmas din- returns. Don't tell the salesman-, ncr party at Ui2 church dining "my husband is about the same, room Thursday evening. Mem- size as that maT over there in ! t iel . s are to brin^ white elephants the grey suit. . ." I (or a gift exchange. Miss Mary —Know the taste of the person Smock will speak on her recent for whom you're shopping. And trip to Europe, don't inflict your taste on others.! The Jefferson Township H. D. Buying cuff links for a man whojcoib will hold an all-day meeting hates French cuffs means yourj a t the home of Mrs. Bessie Lilly gift goes back after Dec. 25. ]on Thursday, December 12. As—Compare notes and share 1 sistanl hostesses are Mrs. Luella shopping secrets with f a m i 1 y : Million, Mrs. Florence Redding, members and mutual Friends, to anc i Mrs. Laura McDonald. A fifty- avoid duplication, another basic. cen t gift exchange will follow the cause for returns. Your six-year-' i un cheon and Christmas program, old niece may have waited all citrt Hostetter, Rotary Governor year for a new doll, but. she :Q i cc t, O f Lafayette, was 2. guest would rather have a doll and a sr , e aker at the Kotary luncheon doll wardrobe and doll furniture,! mcet j ng ] as t we ek. He spoke on than to end up with three dolls,: "Community Responsibility". He all alike. ' wa s introduced by Rev. 0. P. —In shopping for children, age j,i an k c r. Don Scott was the Jun- level is important." "It's too old'j or Rotarian last week. The club for him." is the most common j w jjj observe Ladies Night on De- complaint of mothers returning; cern t, cr 17, W iUi the Flora Rotary toys. as guests. "Actually," said Binder, '999,: The Madison Township Home 999 of every one million custom- j Demonstration Club will meet Wed- ers hav<, legitimate reasons for:' nesday evening, December 11, at G return or exchange." | O ' c i oc k in the home of Mrs. Marie It's the one in the million which j Hanra , na n for the annual Christ- gives a store its biggest head- mac rfinnpra iive dinner. A dollar ache, or its biggest laugh. lo Dean George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank George of Camden. The couple will be married January 24, 1958. Mrs. Cecelia Bush of route 2. phi high school and is employed at toe Logansporf National Bank. Her fiance is a graduate of Cam: den high school and served two' years in the Army. He is now employed with the Sullivan and George Construction Company. MACY. Richard Brvggs was surprised Saturday . evening when the fol- owing persons helped him cele- bra'e his birthday at a party: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Townsend, Vic- vie and Laura, Mr. and Mrs. Dick- Reese and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Sherrard and Debbie and Mrs. Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Dalsen and Mrs. Bernice Zolman, Ro- lard Galloway were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Calloway, Indianapolis, Mrs. Berger, Peru, Mrs. Willis English, Peru, Garland FOOT. Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Kurd Huret, Peru, and Mrs* Edna Raber, Peru. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hurd in Mishawak'a. In the afternoon the two couples attended a golden wedding : anniversary open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kirkendail, South Bend. Mr- and Mrs. Myron Wilson and daughters, of Park Forest. Illinois, were Sunday 'guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Renfro, and daughter, TRAIN DIETS CHICAGO—A new service inaugurated by Union Pacific Railroad calls for preparation upon request oC special foods to fit individual diets But dieting travelers are stu anu mis. ouriucc z/uiman, i\u- uitus. "-"^ "•• ^ , Chester, .spent Monday in South asked to submit their requests or Bend. • j special foods when they order Mr. and Mrs. James Griner.'j tickets. ; The Most Treasured Gifts Come From The "Your Christmas Store" a _ Delpnl chamber ot Com- mas cooperative dinner. -—, - — - gift exchange will be held. Mem Women Make Most Returns bers are asked to D ri ng a cover- Binder said women make more ed ^h anc ] service. Assistant returns than men, but not neces- ] hostesses are . Anna Brooks, Lou sarily because they are harder to JL and Myrtlo Zook _ please. "They do most of the | „,£„ T-I,,-,^! rhB-nhnr shopping to begin with," he said, •"and they' have more time to make returns." . §i In the men's division, items ?< most frequently brought . back, | Binder said, are shirts, ties, and. g wallets; in the feminine depart-|g ment, blouses, perfumes compacts and lingerie—"I donl Snow why," said Binder, "but some people will insist on givirc . black nightgown to a 65-year-old A BeautfM Practical woman." Binder, said many of the that contrary to carloons, adjustment departments gear for Ihe conSdenfioJ CASH LOANS quickly! Open Wednesday Afternoon 226 S. Third St., Logansport 285S 400 Day DOME CLOCK $22.00 Y«i—your credit ii aooc 1 : at Fernbaugh's Jewelry Store 416 E. Broadway FR5DAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1957 ONLY Clip This Coupon 59* FOR MEN, WOMEN AMD CHILDREN! NEWEST STYLSS Bring This Coupon With Only Plus Federal Tax and Receive One Beautiful Replica Diamond Ring FWDAY - 9 AM to 8:00 PM Choice of White or Yellow Mountings. Bring this coupon 'and 59c to our store and receive one of our replica Diamond rings. , I Oft IS Convince yourself. Those Beau- LUUIV tiful Mountings aivd B-illiant Rincs Will Surprise You. WRITTEN GUARANTEE ON EACH IUNG These replica Diamonds represent the utmost skill of modern sciences. Social leaders, millionaires and ' our finest people ' wear these gay creations, and keep their high-priced diamonds in safely vaults. Subject them to pnicl, fire and water, tests. You will be oma:ted. Guar- antne covers tarnish of mounting and loss of brilliance. COMPARE THESE WITH YOUR GENUINE DIAMONDS-SEE IF YOU CAN TELL THE DIFFERENCE. -MEN'S RINGS AW '»<LIMIT FOUR RINGS TO A CUSTOMER A sensational NEW kind ofcookingl Charcoal flavor without charcoal! BERNZ-O-MATIC CERAMIC GRILLE Charcoal-broil a thick steak in 4 minutes start to finish! •*• No more messy charcoal. No coals, no ashes! * No fire-building, no waiting, no messy clean-up. * Use it indoors or out, any time, any season. & Cook steaks, poultry, chops, franks, .fish, hamburgers, vegetables and more instantly . . . retains all the natural juices and flavor! Come in and see this Grill DEMONSTRATED Thursday, Dec. 12 412-14 E. Market St. Logansport Here's the newest miracle of modern convenience! A compact, portable grille that gives you a gourmet charcoal flavor . . , instantly, conveniently, without the time and mess of coals and ashes. Use it as a stove in the winter, a grille in the summer! Operates instantly at the flick of a match, the turn of a valve. Economical because there's no waste. Wipes clean in a jiffy. All the fun'and the flavor, none of the trials and troubles of charcoal cooking. DOUBLE BURNER UNIT *49 75 Thara's a sift for you! A 32-page cookbook by famoui gourmet Jamei Beard, fra» with your purchase. Saa It damonitratadl See how quick ond cl«on, how easy and economical Ihil ma(ie n«w cooking can bel Use Our Budget Account! DOMESTICS - FIRST FLOOR The Most Treasured Gifts Come From • "¥our Christmas Store" Lane Cedar Chest in Pearlwood, Oak or-Walnut • From ' 49.95 GiveSomelfuncr iorthe Home! Expr-ess your love with our fine furniture and home accessories. Gifts that will say "Merry Christmas" for years to come and will be used end enjoyed every day 1 See our large and small pieces, priced right, designed for living, giving and keeping. I Mahogany Kneehole Desk From 89.95 Chest Desk in Fruitwood Cherry From 134.50 Lounge chairs in decorator " colors in tweeds, brocatelles or plains. Styled for com. fcrt. From 104.50 Teak, Maple, Mahogany, Cherry Occasional Tables From 39.95 Plate glass mirrors, beautiful and practical to suit every room! From 23.95 Mahogany, Extension, Drop-Leaf Tables 109.50 Use Our Home Plan Account! Hassocks of all kinds in decorator colors From ' 6.00 FURNITURE DEPT. -THIRD FLOOR 109.50 Stratolounger, the only contour chair that is scientifically designed to assure complete relaxation in every position. DUB! IP 1IRRARY

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