Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 12, 1957 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 12, 1957
Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FRANKLIN PUPILS PRESENT YULE PLAYS FOR 450 AT PTA MEETING Approximately 450 teachers, par->- ents and children attended the " Christmas plays presented for the Franklin PTA meeting Tuesday night in the Riley auditorium by 146 second and third grade pupils. The entire third grade class presented "Paddy's Christmas" taken from the third grade reader. Five readers read the play while the cast acted the story. The story concerned a family in the cabin on Christmas Eve decorating the tree and five bears learn-j YWCA Board Of Directors Elects Officers At Meet New officers were elected at the meeting of the YWCA Board of Directors Wednesday evening at the YWCA. Mrs. R. S. McCord was elected president; Mrs. Elmer Hil, vice- president; Mrs. Wendell Howe!, 1 vice-president; Mrs. G. 0. The cast of characters were: Paddy, Craig Lowry; Mother Bear, Rosalie Coder; Father Bear, Jimmy Meimann; Uncle Bear, Danny Keyes; Aunt Bear, Fenny King. The family in the cabin, Eunice Sharp. Mike Burkett, Terry Zeiders Maureen Shanks, Bill DeLaney 'and Darcie Hile. The Carolers, Cynthia Miller, Colleen Keitzer, Teresa Gibbs, Steven Tarver, Fred Zimmerman, Barbara Easley, Judith Anderson and Diana Michael. Curtain pullers, Bobby Rush and Jimmy Stapes. Readers, Bunnie Strauch. David Watts, Nancy . Smith Fritz Muehlhausen and Linda Th'ias. Choir members, Gayle Cotner, Tim Conrad, Tom Scott, Don Fissel, Eugene Swafford, Janet Murphy, Tom Leftwich, Allen McCartney, Susan Elder, Larry Isaacs, Roger Hankee, Robert Has- sctt, Lynette Turner, Tom Cole, Judith Ann Peters, Kathy Overpeck, Debbie Booih, Donna Kite, •Ed Zimpleman, Sandra Poduch, Linda Haugh, Phillip Hers.h.berger, Paula DuBois, Lehman Wallace, Joe Strong Karen Ashby, Nancy Woodruff, Billy Lott and Mike Malott. The second grade then presented a three part play, "Christmas in America," with each third grade presenting one ' scene, and the choirs from each room presenting the music. • The first scene was the children meeting three children from foreign lands and showing them in the following scenes of what Christ- *unyon, secretary; and Mrs. L. I. Burger, treasurer. Mrs. .Dale Goris, Mrs. Thomas Morris and Mrs. Lester Kaye, new members, were present at the meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Brady offered devotions, and Mrs. Richard Cameron presided. Mrs. • Roland Mem- executive director, reported 69 groups, totaling 7, HI persons, had used the YWCA facilities from October 9 to December 11. Mrs. Brady, World Fellowship chairman, reported on November activities, and Mrs. Charles Lowiy reported on the personnel committee, stating that Mrs. Jack Warner had been employed for full-time clerical work. It was announced that the 1957 quota to the National YWCA has been paid in full. The Hi Tri Can dance will be held at the old gym Friday following the basketball game. Y-Teen record hops the first Tuesday of each month were also announced. mas means to this country. The boys and girls taking part In the first scene were: skit characters, Eddie Kingery, Tommy Ranee Shirley Long, Stephen DeLaney,' Billy Woolever, Suzanne Robinson, Marvin Logan; and Linda Savini. Special Parts, Ann Glendening, Ruth MacDonald and Tony Valenzuela. Choir members, Marjorie Hankee, Like Layman, Paul Sisson, Debbie Shaver, Joyce Davis Sharon Frank, Nancy Daniels, David McElheny, Kathy Kepes, Ronnie Coppock, Cathy Tilton, Billy Buskirk, Carolyn Barr, Mary Strasser, MarKae Applegate, Sharon Strong, Sandra Justice, Peggy Shanks, Lynn Morris and Pamela Zeider. The second scene showed Santa visiting a family and them opening their gifts. The cast was: Joe Warner, James Babb, Joyce Delaney, Brenda Zoubul, Karla Miller, Mary Ann Smith, Sharon Stanton, Sharon Flora, Gene Wedekind and Alan Hughes. Choir members, Mary Alta Booth, Roseanna Briggs, David Brock, Cathy Cobb, Max Conrad, Jane Felker, Beverly Gerrard, Barbara Jones, Barbara Kantzor, Anna Lawhorne, Nancy Martin, Timmy Morgan, Jimmy Robinson, Brenda Snyder, Ray Spietel, Marlon Thompson, Linda Tyler and Glenda Scott. The third scene was a nativity scene with children coming in to see the baby Jesus. Taking part in this scene were: Beth Foster, Gary Carter, Nancy Draper, Ann Glendening, Alan Hughes, Mary Stough, Tony Valenzuela and Ruth McDonald. Children Mike Wolf, Paul Quillen, Cathy Gill, Eddie McCartney, Sharon Isaacs, Janice McFatridge, Donald Beattie and Earl Ingmire. Choir Judy Jones, Cheryl Perdue, Ronald Davis, Darlene Woodruff, Patty Frank, Lincoln Osborn, Sheila Schmidt, Julia Lindman, Marcia Wcigand. Nancy Kitchell, Dene Cotner, Becky Armington, Becky Armington, Rebecca. Smith, Tommy Ross, Sharon Collins, Debra Hornbeck, Karen Isaacs and Vivian King. Boone HD Installs Officers At Dinner A carry-in dinner was enjoyed Tuesday "by the Boone township home demonstration club at the library. Installation of officers was also conducted. After dinner the meeting was called to order by the president, and members sang the song of the month, '0 Come All Ye Faithful', led by Henrietta Swisher. Devotions were given by Olive Hipes in keeping with the Christmas season. The officers for the coming year were installed by Lois Fickle. Roll call was answered by 40 members and 5 visiters. Henrietta Swisher had a very •helpful hint of placing plastic bags on the hands when making popcorn balls to keep it from sticking to tha hands. The program in charge of Agness Doyle and Feletia Beckley consisted of games of making words of Bethlehem and Christmas Day, the prizes going to Henrietta Swisher and Wilma Weaver. The door prize was won by another guest, Mildred Shaffer. Mary Berkshire accepted the job of sending cards when necessary. The gifts were given out by forming a circle, then passing gifts around to the music. When the music stopped each kept the gift she had. A belated gift was presented to the president for her baby and •Iso a gift of appreciation as she was going out of office. ler and Mrs. Gladys Wilson. 30 Attend General Grace Lutheran Meet The first general meeting of the in (~)f I ' c Cj._.._ 0 ewly organized United Lutheran ;,; ' b ' .= e ma Phi evening Christmas Program Presented By WS\VS At Broadway Church A Christmas program was presented by the WSWS of the Broadway EUB church. Sunday evening at the church. A holiday poem was read in opening followed by Mrs. Alta Hyman, leader, presenting the lesson, "Strengthen the Church Through Love," Topics were given by Mrs. Maudie Priesthoff, Mrs. Jennie Robbins, Mrs. Myrtle Mullendore, Mrs. Elizabeth Rupe and Mrs. Blanche Huffman. Gregory Nicoles and Bonnie Roll- rabaugh showed the Christmas Nativity scene as Mrs. Sue Weaver sang "Silent Night" and "0 Little Town of Bethlehem." A living room Christmas scene was then presented by Mary and Raymond Martin. The offering was taken by Mrs. Huffman and Mrs. Rupe. Mrs. Blanche Miller offered the dedication prayer and Rev. Wilbur Wilson, the closing prayer. Refreshments were served in the dining room at long tables covered ^ members of the Women of the i white and trimmed in green w*h Mcose wi!1 be held "" "" Women Of Moose Entertain Guests Members from the Peru chapter were guests at the recent meeting of the Women of the Moos-s at the hall with senior regent, Mable Williams, in charge. Deane Talley, general chairman of the mid-winter conference in January and senior regent of the Peru chapter; Freida Flory, graduate regent; and Mable Myers, recorder, also of Peru, were guests. Social service program was held by the chairman, Olive Ingram, during which time readings were given by Dorothy Younkin and Lois Poduch. Initiated into the membership was Mary Brown. •The recorder, Lois Laymon, read an invitation to all members of the Women of the Moose to submit the recipe for their favorite dish to the chairman of the ways and means committee, Bel- era Draper, Chapter No. 11, Indianapolis, publication be considered for the Women of the Holiday Dinner For St. Vincent Group Attended By 100 A Christmas party was staged! Monday evening by the Altar-Ro-' sary society of St. Vincent dePaul church at the school where a covered dish dinner was enjoyed by 100 members. Following the meal, Mrs. Rosanna Gear, president, conducted the meeting, and Mrs. Helen Kennedy was elected the new treasurer. Other officers were re-elected as follows: Mrs. Gear, president; Mrs. Mary Hinkle, vice-president; Mrs. Mary Bessignano, secretary. Msgr. John P. Schall gave a talk and closed the meeting with prayer. Following the business meeting, entertainment was enjoyed. Miss Carolyn Baltzell and Miss Sandra Corso played several accordion selections, and group singing of Christmas carols was held. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. A.nna Ricci, Mrs. Nellie Bauman, Moose cook^ book which is now M ' rs _ Flora ' Mordenti, Mrs. Cath- being compiled. The annual Christmas EUB Bible Class Holds Yule Dinner The Ladies Bible class of the Broadway EUB church held the annual carry-in Christmas dinner recently at the 0. M. Huffman home, 1901 North street. Mrs. Mollie Alber returned thanks and asked the blessing, and members enjoyed dinner served it a long table decorated in Crist mas colors and centered with a large bouquet of mums. Mrs. Lotta Bailey, president, conducted the meeting after the meal. Mrs. Edna Butz was in charge of devotions and read.Uie Christmas story. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Gertrude Logan, and the leasurer's accounl by Mrs. Lois Spoils. Roll call was answered with a Scripture verse. The January meeting will be a joint meeting with the Ladies aid society for the purpose of special work. Mrs. Blanche Huffman offered prayer. During the social hour, gifts.were exchanged. Mrs. Cora Palmer, a former member, was a Thursday Evening, December 12, 19ST. Zeta Tau Holidgy Party December 19 Zeta Tau chapter of Beta Sig- sorority met Tuesday at the home of Jean Swisher at which time plans were made for the Christmas party December 19 at the home of Marcie Brewer. Roll call was answered with a letter of the Greek alphabet, and Sharon Key gave the secretary's report. Dues were collected by Mrs. Brewer, treasurer. Names were Mrs. Goldie Hashberger (old th« Christmas story. Committees were drawn for the new year and announcement made that the gift collection was to be used for a Christmas gift for the classes annual gift. It was announced that the January meeting will be the 2nd Wednesday. A dessert was served at candle- lighted tables with decorations being in the form of "angels". Pine cones and holly were also used to enhance the tables. Secret pals were announced to members in small sea shells pre- distributed for for Han Children's home. A ward party will be given a Clara Gordon. Following the exchange of gifts. the State hospital- December at 2 p.m. ,o'prizes in contests wem ;o Mabel ' Efhelman, Indiana Davidson and A letter was road by Karen Smith inviting members the Sweetheart's Ball sponsored by Ann Davis. Or: the committee were Aileen Hcyde, Gladys Pufahl. Nola Web- the Delia Rho chapter at Indiana- fler, Alda Byrt and Bernice Hol- polis January 25 at the Indiana" Roof. The program, entitled "Poetry into Music," was presented by. Jlllinxlclr _, t „ Deiores Binder. The group joined loha'prnan" at" their'holiday party. ton. EXCHANGETTES" PARTY Exchangettes were entertained Tuesday evening by Mrs. MeT guest. Twelve members and the Christmas favors marking each place. cember 16, at 7:30 p.m wiches and coffee will 'erine Weaver, Mrs. Ruth O'Connor and Mrs Irma Madonna h t d h t The commitlee in charge includ-i Mrs. C. R. Murphy, Mrs. Balt- Hostesses were. Mrs. Priesthoff, | Eac h member is asked to take a Mrs. Viola Mandt, Mrs. Nellie Kist-j< 1 ° nar Sift for exchange and a c A ea ' vir s. ^. n. iviurpuy, ivirs. r>au- - faan °",zell .Mrs. Ed Murphy, Mrs. Rosa-! rj_ ; i___i - «7 ed - lie Eisenbi.se, Mrs. Lorena "Hayes, Kc " lr ° ad newly Women of Grace Lutheran Church was held recently in the church parlors with 30 members present. Circle number 3, under the direction of Miss Wanda Pittman presented a Christmas program "No .Room For Him." Mr;. Ruschofski reminded the members of the individual circle meetings to be held at the church parlors on the second Monday of January. Pastor Paul Bear held installation service for tiie following officers: president, Dorothy Rusch- ofski; vice president, Lavina Belcher; secretary, Edna Sims; treasurer. Mrs. William Schrearer; membership, Mrs. Rober Wolfe; education, Mrs. William McFatridge; Christian service, Miss Doris Wolf; offering, Mrs. Keith Walker. Circle number 2 served refreshments of ice cream, cake a:nd coffee at the close of the meeting. The ice cream topped with "Merry Ihristmas" in green on each slice matched the motif of the d'^cora- tions furnished by circle number Littlest Angel" At Jefferson Twp. "The Littlest Angel" will be presented at the Jefferson township school gym Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Virgil Taylor will have the leading roll. The grades wil! sing Christmas carols. Christmas Dinner The Daughters of Isabella, Logansport Circle 136. held their annual ' Christmas Party Tuesday evening at the K of C hall. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed by the members, favors and gifts were distributed 'oy Mrs. Santa Claus, and Christmas carols were sung. Those winning the Officers Give- Away were: Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Mrs. Charles Gill.,. Lena Bohn, Nora Hinkle. Genoive Wolf, Mrs. Nicholas Amelio, Erma Mortar, Mrs. Anna Porter, Josephine Cor- McLaughlin, Mary Catherine Golden, Jenny Wagner, Mary Ann Klumpp, Mrs. Frances Amelio, Rose Rozzi, Hisperia Ricci, Catherine Wagner. Bingo was played. Mrs. Helena Pfaff and Mrs. Josephine Corso and 'their circles were in charge of entertainment and refreshments. covercd dish. The following activities are scheduled for the Loyal Order of Moose and their families. Friday, December 131h, the district meeting will be held at Logansport with supper to be served followed by a meeting and program. Dancing Saturday will be to the music of Casey Jones ar.d his orchestra. Tuesday. December 17th, will be the annual Children's day Christmas party. Crusaders Class Marks Yuletide A yuletide meeting was staged by the Crusaders class of the Ninth street Christian church Wednesday afternoon at the church dining Mrs. Amos, teacher, offered the prayer after which Mrs. Frank Burkhart gave devotions. Mrs. Mabel Palmer and Mrs. Rose Hun. kefer were hostesses. Gifts were exchanged, and gifts presented to the officers. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Brady were guests. The. For COSTUME JEWELRY dream gift _______ HANDBAGS BLOUSES HOSIERY SCARVES 106 SO. 3RD. PHONE 2957 REHMS PRESENT for his Christmas ...THE SEASON'S SMARTEST "5 PORT 9 OAT/ ' FASH I O'N ED, BY CRICKET EEER and Mrs. Helen Newman. Officers Elected At Circle Banquet A banquet was served by the Sisters of St. Joseph hospital to 31 members of the .Sewing circle Tuesday noon at the annual Christmas party. New officers were also elected. A gift exchange was held and bingo played with prizes, going to Mrs. Mary Hurley, Mrs. Louise Long, Mary Donohue and Mrs. Ella Yeakley. Sister Radagunda presented the ladies with gifts. Newly elected officers include Mrs. Mabel Corcoran, president; in games and singing. Refreshments were served Mrs. Binder and the hostess. by VICTORY CLASS The Victory Class of the Market street Methodist church held their annual Christmas parly Wednesday Elects Officers Xew officers were elected at the Monday evening Christmas dinner meeting of the L. S. to B. of L, F. and E. at the IOOF hall. Dinner was served to 18 members, and gifts were exchanged after which the following officers were elected: President, Carol Frushour; vice- president, Fern Weaver; secretary, Letha Sul'.ivan; collector, Mary Granger; treasurer, Blanch McM.illen; warden, Geneva Thomas; conductress, Ruth Stephens; inner guard. Edith Meyers; outer guard, Merle Crowe; chaplain, Lou Schreckenghausl; past president, Mary Swayze; first trustee, Florence Garr; second, Vivian Tobies were enhanced with Christmas decoration? and fealur- cd unique hand-made favors including powder-puff dancing dolls. During the evening the group voted a donation lo the TB Christmas seal program. Following the exchange, prizes went lo Mrs. Tom Young, Mrs. evening ir. p the church parlors. Russell Pierce, and Mrs. E. Gar- The meeting opened with prayer ver. and "A Prayer for a Woman's; The hostess, assisted bjr Mrs. Day" read by the president, Mrs.'.lohn Schmidt, served a light Clara Gordon. puncheon to the members. Christmas carols were sung and i six grandchildren. Mrs. Rose Quillen, vice-president: Vance; third, Lily Ferguson; flag Mrs. Carolyn Lafiin, secretary and bearer. 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