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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 16, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune McKinley-Pupils Present Holiday Program For PTA Pupils ol the McKinley school presented their annual Christmas program at the regular P. T. A. meeting recently in the school auditorium. A three part play, "Santa's •Workshop," was given by the kindergarten and first grade children. Participating were Julia Brady, Michele Cannady, Nancy Lir.ds, Patty Fritz, Pamela Roller, Pamela Shepherd, Linda Stroud, Vicki Waiters, Bebra Tinkle, Gary Albright, Richard Bair, Hugh Cook, Chris Current, David Engel, Danny Graf, Timmy Graf, Kim Gregory, William Hinkle, Gregory Hankee, Byron Kerns, Michael Rans, Michael Smith. Larry Springs, Joetta Ranus, Wanita Banus, Jeaa Ann Bruner, Deborah Current, D. Delaney, Janet Drake. Debbie Sue Galloway, Hope Hartle, Lois Hinkle, Nancy McCord, Betsey McCormack, Janice Schmidt, Linda 'Sedam, Anita Skull, Shirley Siver, Glen- Albright, Eddie Hanawalt, Larry Julian, David Layman, Tommy Maughmer, Steve McDonald, Barry Prentice, Larry Smith, Richard Stubblefield Curtis Wells, Richard Wells, Bobby Thompson, Bruce Moore, Janel Drake, Linda Powell, Charlene Springs, Douglas Schroder. Children of the second grade presented a four part story of the "Nativity". Participating were: Patty Brinkruff, Sydney Smith Carol Njus, Larry Fissel, Stephen Ffeiffer, Bobby Bunnell, Ronald Chapman, James Barker, Kenneth Stone, Paul Swigart, Joe Smith Jeri Cannady, Diane Tallman, Joyce Cline, Judith Hinkle, Karen Hinkle, Belinda Albright, David Gregory, Stephen Schoenradt Rhonda Truex, Nancy Heutebuch Nancy Mayhill. The third grade class, dressed. In choir robes of black, red and white, provided the Christmas carols for the program. , They included: Debra Schmidt Julia Piper, Pat Fisher, David Swigart, Paula Shanks, Carolyn Sullivan, Patty Van Briggle, James Kiger, Marsha Johnson, Nancy Huffman, Scott Brady, David Brinkruff, Sharon Howell, Nancy Alder, Janyce Walker, Hal Cook, Diana Schoenradt, Sue McCord, Jim Ford, Gary Brown, Molly O'Roucke, Larry Rogers, Patty Ricker, Eddie DeGarge, Sharon Kline, Ronnie Schrader. The program was under the direction of Pete Carr. Family Night Held By Adams HD Club Adams township HD club held a family night and carry-in supper Thursday evening at Memorial hall with Mrs. Georgia Pickering offering grace before the'meal. Mrs. Hazel Swanson, vice-president, was in charge of the meeting which opened with flag salutes and devotions by Mrs. Evelyn Johnson who also led in prayer. The secretary, Mrs. Pickering, read the minutes and thank-you cards prior to Mrs. Jean Grable giving the reading, "Maw Makes Merry." The Home Demonstration chorus sang carols and closed with the singing of "Silent Night." Attending the meeting were 17 members, seven children, and nine teen guests. Hostesses included Mrs. Clara Hinkle, Miss Ruth Hill, Mrs. Donna Carlson and Mrs. Reba Young. Society Carrolltonettes HD club will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. .1. F. Snider assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Cooke. There will be a gift exchange, and members are asked to bring a contribution of food for * needy family. The WSCS of the Bethel Methodist church of Clay township will meet with Mrs. Ethel Banta Wednesday for a 50-cent gift exchange. Members are asked to bring homemade cookies for. shut-ins. The What Next class of the West ' Broadway Presbyterian church will hold the annual Christmas dinner party Wednesday eve- rJng at 6 o'clock at the church. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, table service and 50-cent gift for exchange. Eel township HD club No. I •will meet on the second floor of Ihe YWCA Tuesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock for a covered dish dinner. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, table service and, 50-cent gift exchange. Keystone Ladies will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the YWCA for the guest day meeting. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange. Members are to put their names on the gifts. Miami Baptist Missionary society will meet Wednesday, afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Ada Patton for a business meeting and Christmas party. —#— The Woman's Fellowship of the Crooked Creek Christian church will hold a Christmas party at the church basement Thursday noon. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and 50-cent gift exchange. The Dorcas class of the Main street Methodist church will meet Wednesday noon for a Christmas dinner at the home-of Mrs. Dwight Crook, 531 Burlington • avenue. There will be a 50-cent <?Ychange. The Metea Baptist Missionary society will meet at the church Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock for a Chistmas party with mission sewing in the morning, a covered dish at noon and the annual business meeting and Christmas party at 1 o'clock. Members are asked to bring a 5C-cent gift and a Sunshine gift. Read the Classified Ads Memorial Hospital Nurses Entertain Future R. N. Club Miss Alma Lehmann, Director of Nurses at Memorial hospital, entertained 16 members of the Lo- gnnsport high school Future JIurses club and their sponsor, Florence Sinninger, R. N., Thursday at the dining room of the hospital. . Seven members of the R. N. staff at the hospital assisted Miss Lehmantf, and conducted the guests on a tour of the hospital, explaining the departments. Gifts were presented to the guests by Santa Claus, and refreshments were served by Miss Lehamn with decorations in a holiday mc-tif. Future Nurses club members attending were Beth Neher, Kathy White, Joyce Hollingsworth, Nancy Rozzi, Diane Yerkes, Judy Obenchain, Sue Benson, Joy Neher, Peg Murphy, Connie Otterman, Carol Ann Scott, Dorita Grimes, Barbara Watterson, Charmaine Bender, Karen Lough and Linda Mclntire. Each brought a gift for the State hospital. Assisting Miss Lehmann were Phyllis Williamson, Jane Robeson, Patricia Mercer, Miriam Fisher, Doris Fouls and Carol Mclntire. ! Co Ivory Women Install Officers At Dessert Meeting The Women ? s Association of the Calvary Presbyterian church held the regular meeting Thursday evening at the church with dessert being served by • Circle 2. Honorary memberships were presented and officers installed. _ Mrs. Robert Justice gave appropriate devotions. Mrs. Dolphus Nelson lead in prayer. The secretary's report by Miss Edith Schwalm was read and approved, and the treasurer's .report was by Miss Elsie Downs. The 1958 budget was submitted by Mrs. Dolphus Nelson. A motion was made and carried that the report be accepted. Mrs. Leiper called for a report of various committees of the Association. Honorary membership certificates and pins were presented to the following women for their loyalty to church work: Mrs. Charles Michael presented them to Mrs. Charles Ferguson, Mrs. Thomas Dutton, Mrs. Thomas Martin, Mrs. Jesse Kenney, Miss June Ward, Miss Elsie Downs and lo Mrs. Hiram Hildebrant. Mrs. Harold King sang a solo and scripture was read. A impressive installation ser- McNeely Aid Uses Christmas Motif An all-day of the Ladies Aid of the McNeely Memorial Christian church was highlighted by a Christmas dinner Thursday at the home of Nora Bowyer. • Freida Gardner offered grace before the meal. Mary Johnston conducted the business meeting, and Wanda Clem offered the devotions. The Christmas story was read and group singing led with Irene Bowyer accompanying. Roll call was answered with "A Christmas I Will Never Forget." Edna Zimmerman read the secretary's report, and Ruth Cree, the treasurer's account. "."iry Johnston and Sarah Bow- rnan were contest winners. Hazel Cotterman won the door prize after which a gift exchange was held around the lighted Christmas tree. , Twelve baskets were prepared for the ill and needy. Altrusa Club To Hold Yule Dinner Altrusa club will meet Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of EUouise DeGrief, 216 Nineteenth street, preceding a 7:15 o'clock three-course dinner at the Ben Hur dining room. A iiior-t program of entertainment has been planned following the dinner. BURNETTSVILLE SOCIETY The Burnettsville Baptist Missionary society met recently at the home of Mrs. Estelle Clarke with Mrs. Dorothy Haskins assisting the hostess. Mrs. Clarke opened the meeting with Christmas thoughts after which, the lesson, "The Christmas Spirit Lost and Found" was pre- s.ented by Mrs. Juanita Best, Jerry Crichfield, Vaida Felker, Jeanne Nelson, Nellie Mae Scott, Helen Young, Lillie Young and Ruth Reiff. Mrs. (Jcott led the group In the singing of Christmas carols followed by roll call answered with a Christmas custom. Mrs. Reiff read "The Meaning of Christmas." A letter was read from Mrs. Edna Martin expressing her thanks for the society's interest in the Eastside Christian Center. Mrs. Scott dedicated the Christmas tree for the children of the Center. Get-Well cards were sent to Mrs. Hazel Hanawalt, Mrs. Martina Risser, Mr. and Mrs. William Arvin and Virgil Myers, Jr. Seasonal refreshments were served to 18 members and one guest, Mrs. Mary Roberts, Association president, It is estimated by authoritative sources-that there are only be-w«en 300 and 400 porfessional astronomers in the Ifaited States. • vice of the officers of the Association for the coming year was conducted by Mrs. Robert Leiper: president, Mrs. Dolphus Nelson, first vice-president, Mrs. John Brookmeyer, second vice-president, Mrs. Wilbur Frushour, secretary, Mrs. Robert Schwarzwalder. The meeting was closed with the Mizpah benediction. Play Presented At St Luke's Party St. Luke's Lutheran Women of the Church entertained members- and friends of the congregation at a Christmas party Wednesday evening at the Church with Mrs. Cecil Lane in charge of the program. The Church parlors were decorated with Christmas greens and candles, and gifts for Mulberry Lutheran Home were brought and placed under a lighted Christmas tree. Devotions were given by Miss Carolyn Conn who read the Christmas Story from Scripture. A community sing followed with Mrs. Cecil Lane as song leader and Mrs. R. L. Thomas playing the piano. Members of the Luther League presented the play: "Christmas Recaptured^" Those taking part were: Harry Jones, Karen Kuns, Michael Rhodes, Bob Adams, Fred Homburg, Caroline Massey, Shirley Conn, and Roger Diilman. Arlene Isaacs was property chairman, and Helen Davis the phopt- r. The Reverend Walter C. Da^is, Jr. installed the new officers for the coming year. They are: Mrs. James Justice, president; Mrs. Ernest Hombupg, vice-president; Mrs. Norman Hartman, treasurer; and Mrs. Cecil Lane, secretary. Gifts of candy and apples were distributed by Santa Claus after which refreshments were served from a table decorated in the Christmas theme. The hospitality committee included: Mrs. Sam Helvie Mrs. Emma Ammons, Mrs. Eugene Conn, Mrs. Ina Clements, Miss Minnie Sarig, Mrs. L. C. Thomas, Mrs. R. L. Thomas, Mra. Pearl Coates, Mrs. R. N. Hineman, Mrs. R. H. Fellers, Mrs. Gerald Ryan, Mrs. Robert Hunt, Mi's. Dale Massey and Mrs. Sadie Creery. Th» Ac'cent For drea"? g irl JEWELRY HANDBAGS E LOUSES HOSIERY SCARVES 106 SO. 3RD. PHONE 2957 Bridge City Event Held For Families Forty members of Bridge City lodge 254 and their families enjoyed a turkey supper and Christmas party Thursday evening at the YWCA annex. Christmas carols were sung after which euchre and bunco were played with prizes going to Mrs. Marie Timmons, Agnes Murphy, Pearl Coates, Wanila Shafer, Mary Weaver, Earl Garver, Charles Harris and Harry Caplinger. The next business meeting is January 14. DR.O.L.BRAIIN FOOT AHLMENTS Reg. Podiatrisl- Fool Specialist Office: 314 North SI, LOGANSPORT PHONE 9330 .dn.ldoyi & Fridayt 9 to 4 FASHION BEAUTY SHOP NOW FEATURING -"HJR NEW REDUCING SALON PERMANI-NTS with idft ringlets SHAMPOO INCLUDES CUTTING STYLING CREAM No Appointment Necessary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 9 7il o 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 t>T i ONLY OTHERS TO$2J Pottawattomie HD Installs Officers "What I Like Best About Christmas" was the roll call response at the Thursday evening meeting of the Pottawattomie home demonstration club conducted at the home of Wanda Martin, route 5. Officers were installed at the session. Christmas carols were sung after which Sally Scolney gave the secretary's report, and Mali' Raber, the treasurer's account. Devotions were offered by Mrs. Martin. Plans were made to entertain another HD club after which officers were installed as follows: President, Esther Cumming's; vice-president, Loda Fink; secretary, Barbara Robinson; treasurer, Mary Raber; project leader, Josephine Tilley. Catherine Summers, retiring president, was installing officer. Games were played and a gift exchange enjoyed after which refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostesses, Mrs. Summers and Anita Leedy. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Tilley. 19 Attend Social Circle Dinner-Meet The World Friendship Social Circle of the West Broadway Presbyterian church held a Christmas party at the church Wednesday with a covered dish, dinner at noon. Mrs. Fern Williams, president, opened the business meeting with 13 members and one guests, Mrs. Mary Downhour, answering roll call with a Bible verse containing the word, "star." Mrs. Aletha Steffey presented the secretary-treasurer reports. Devotions were offered by Mrs. Steffey on Christmas after which Mrs. Flossie Steward was in charge of the contests won by Mrs. Mary Elmlinger, Mrs. Mabel Shanks, Mrs. Steffey and Mrs. Sadie .McCall. Poems, "Tren or Now," by Mrs. Georgia Keller, /'Twinkling Stars," by Mrs Emma Liming, "Where I Live," by Mrs. Louise Doggett, and "What Is Christmas," by Mrs. Fern Williams, were read with Mrs. Elmlinger closing with "The Gift of the Magi." The sewing chairman, Mrs. Lillian Smith, reported on the Christmas box which the group had sent to Mena, Arkansas, for Indian children, and Mrs. Williams reported on the box sent to tlie State hospital. Mrs. Smith was in charge of the gift exchange, a«d the Ruth Dt- vision was in charge of the dinner with Mrs. ,Mable Rotlhennel and Mrs. Sadie McCall as chairmen assisted by Mrs. Lula Hahn, Mrs. Bessie Mader and Mrs. Nora Swank. Daniel Webster PTA Sees "Christmas Around The World" "Christmas Around the World" was presented at the recent meeting of the Daniel Webster PTA at the school with Eugene Denham, president, in charge of the session. The president announced that Christmas trees had been purchased for the school. Mr. Goodman announced that due to the building program at the school, the I PTA will meet some other place probably until next April. Mr. Denham announced a Boy Scout troop had been organized at the school and Robert W. Bulmer is Scoubnaster. Troop committeemen are: William A. Steinhiiber, Fred P. Kranz, Raymond Hunter, Ray Word, Harold Wilburn, R. H. Jenson, and Clyde Black. Jr. Miss Marilyn Smiley, Music Instructor, presented the Sixth grade pupils in a choir singing a series of Carols, "A Christmas Around the World," including: England, "Twelve Days of Christmas"; America, "Go Tell It On the Mountain"; Bohemia, "Carol of the Shepherds"; France, "March of the Three Rings"; French-Spanish, "Funi-Funi-Funi"; Italian Plain Song, "0 Come, 0 Come Emanuel"; Germany, "The Echo Carol Silent Night." The following members of the Sixth Grade took part: Ronald DeBoy, Carol Hensell, Sandra Hitzemarm, Philip Kranz, Stephen Martin, Steven Miller, Douglas Morton, Gordon Muehlhausen, Ronald Nelson, Geraldine Novak, Barbara O'Connor, Bobby Pcconga, Sharyon Pfaff, Thomas Prieslhoff, Bonnie Rhoades, Susan Robb, Cheryl Shanteau, Thomas Sharp, Donald 'Smith, James Stewart, Anthony Vesh, Stephen Ward and Frederick Winter. Leonard Whiting, a teacher at Daniel Webster, played records of the season preceding and following the meeting. Refreshments of punch and cookies were served by the following committee: Mrs. Owen Shanteau, Chairman, Mrs. Jack Novak, Mrs. Douglas Meyers, Mrs. Mary Brown and Mrs. Richard Cassidy. E 5. 0. Sorority Holds Guest Day Epsilon Sigma Omircon sorority met Saturday at the home of Mrs. Mabel Timmons for a Christmas party and guest day session. Following the opening, the regular business meeting was conducted and roll call .answered with the introduction of guests. "The Bible as History,, was reviewed by Mrs. lea Lairy. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Dora Mayhill and Miss Frankie Kinneman. Refresliments were served. Third Mothers Club Party Attracts 27 The annual Christmas party was staged by the Third Mothers Study club Thursday evening at lihe home of Barbara Cooper, route 5. Twenty-seven members were present and participated in the gift exchange and carol singing. A short story, "God's Trees," in keeping with the season was held by Mrs. Martha MacDonald. Dessert was served on festive trays by Mrs. Martha Jones, Mrs. Eloise Kimes, Mrs. Leah McElhaney, Mrs. Josie Hicks, Mrs. ; Shirley McCormack, Mrs. Betty ijo Densborn and Mrs. MacDonald. |Mrs. Debra Ide was chairman. I The next meeting is January 10 at the home of Mrs. Alice Hedlund, route 5. Monday Evening, December 16, Amaranth Court 4 Celebrates Yuletide At Stated Meeting The official visit of the Grand Royal Matron and Patron was announced at the staled December meeting of Logansport Court No. 4, Order ot the Amaranth, Thursday evening at the IOOF hall with the royal matron Clara Conrad and royal patron Theodore K. Lipsc.omb presiding. Several of the officers were unable lo attend due to illness, but pro-terns filled these offices. Several Christmas greetings were read 'jy the secretary from the various other courts in the slate. Minul.es of the previous meeting ., ... ,,,, was read and approved, treasur- the ^ rld "? s S lv *" ^ Mrs - Bcr ' er's report was also read, and a' "', ce , Baer ' ™ TS - E - Pete "- " ri? report, .was made on the bake salei cl ' arles Tr '0beft. Mrs. Robert held last month. I Burns. Mrs. Ballard Gray, Mrs. Il \\-as announced that the next Ross Gibson and Mrs. Ross Camp- Jefferson Club 2 Luncheon Staged Jefferson township HD club No. 2 held a Christmas luncheon at the Royal Center Methodist church Thursday with Mrs. Paul Forgcy opening the meeting by reading 8. verse. Pledge to tie nag was given and Mrs. Robert Burley secretary, gave her report. Mrs. Clarence Ross presented a past presidents pin to Mrs. Paul Forgey. Roll call was suggeslions for 1058 prior to Mrs. Forgey turning the gavel over lo the new president, Mrs. Charles Tribbelt. The program, "Christ Around Ihe W< meeting would be a dinner preceding the slated meeting at which lime Ihe Grand Royal Matron Nell bell. Mrs. Campbell received the door prize and the meeting closed with Scott of Peru, and Grand Royal!the singing of "Silent Night." INSTALL OFFICERS A regular meeting of Mothers r-f World War II, Onward Unit 31, was held at the home of Mrs. Ida Bechdol with 10 members attending. A covered dish dinner was held at noon^followed by a gift exchange. *• A report of the Poinsettia sale was given and plans were made to. serve a turkey supper to Mrs. Bessie Wilsons workers Officers for the coming . year were installed by Mrs. Lucinda Julian, District II president. Installed were: Mrs. Opal Baker, president; Mrs. Ida Bechdol, first vice-president; Mrs. Jessie Cob- lenlz, second vice-president; Mrs: Ildna Sixby, secretary; Mrs. Gladys Bowyer, treasurer; Mrs. Eoith Schwartz, financial secretary; Mrs. Francis Mans, chaplain; Mrs. Effie Laymon, sgt. of arms; Mrs. Lucinda Julian, historian and Mrs. Clara Gray, poin- seltia chairman. Mrs. Gladys Bowyer will be hos- less for-the January meeting. Entertain 33 At Cfay HD Dinner Mrs. Narda Valdez enlerlained members of the CJay Home Dem-j onslralion club Thursday at a lurkey dinner. Mrs. Jennie Callendar conducted the busiaess meeting which opened with pledge to the flag led by Mrs. Alice Young. Twenty-nine members and four guests answered roll call with "A Most Memorable Christmas." The singing of the song of the month was led by Mrs. Margaret Moore prior lo Ihe reading of the ; minutes by Mrs. Valdez who also read thank-you notes from Mrs. Ida Jones, Fred Carson and the United Fund drive commiltee. Mrs. Eav« Williams, treasurer, reported. Named lo the auditing committee were Mrs. Carol Fiedler and Mrs. Violet Armey. A safety talk was given by Hazel Bassler. Mrs. Jennie Callendar installed the following officers:- secretary, Mrs. Helen Frushour; vice-president, Mrs. Juanita Hatch; secretary, Mrs. Valdez; treasurer, Mrs Belty Johnson; and program chairman, Mrs:- Carol Fiedler. Mrs. Armey gave devotions and the Christmas story. Presented gifts by the club were; Mrs, Callendar, out-going president; and Mrs. Z. Noakes and Mrs. -L. Wilson, 4-H leaders. Mrs. Sowers wasi announced as the 4-H leader for, next year. A gift exchange was conducted by Mrs. Hazel Bassler and Mrs. Aace Deck. Mrs. Margaret Moore dismissed the meeting. Guests included Mrs. Noakes. Mrs. Sowars, Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Hatch received the door prize. Read the Classified Ads Features the New BLADE-ELECTRIC SHWEMASTER The ultimate in luxury for home and travel shaving. This luxurious, saddle-stitched British tan kit contain! the amazing new BLADE-ELECTRIC SHAVEMASTER—the only electric shaver with a : real hollow ground blade powered by a 16-bar armature-type REAL motor. .Actually shaves below the beard line! Fine quality accessories include comb, tooth brush, file. Special compartments for cord and dentifrice. • SUNBEAM, SHAVEMASTEK YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Fernbaugh's Jewelry Store 416 E. Broadway , '. Patron Carl Hartsough of Indianapolis would make their official visil. Dinner will be al 6:30 p.m. on January 9, 1858, at the Broadway Methodist Church, and reservations are lo be made lo the Secretary Gretchen Smith or Associate Matron Mary Granger. The meeting will be at 8 p.m. at •the IOOF Hall, with initiation of candidates to be held at this time. Following the closing of the meeting in ritualistic form, a program was held with Edilh Zeig as program chairman. Rhoda Dodt of Lucerne rendered several numbers on the accordion, consisting mostly of Christmas carols. Judy Klein presented two In the committee in charge were Mesdames B. Baer. Ross Gibson, E. Peterson and Ross Campbell. 3 WheaHand WSCS Groups Mark Yule The Christmas meeting of the Naomi, Kver Ready and Ruth circles of the Whealland Avenue WS- CS was held Thursday evening In the church. Carols were sung prior to devotions given by Joan Foster on Peter Marshall's "Lets Keep Chrlst- , A playlet, "Christmas and Simply numbers of lap dancing. During| Work, was Riven by Marge Perthe program Santa Claus arrived] sonelle. Barbara Collins Elizabeth and presented the guests with Kerns. Fern Hickey, Helen Siford ?ifts. A gift exchange followed the program. A social hour was held in the dining room with Dorothy Mills, Effie Wright, Fern Ward, and the royal matron on the refreshment committee. The tables were decorated in the holiday motif with the decoration committee of Mildred Fair and Ruth Delaplane in charge. and Florence Buchanan under the direction of Lois Weicand. Gifts, lo be sent lo the Neighborhood iroij.se at Ft. W.-jyne, wore layed bcnealh (he Christmas troi>. The business session was In charge of the president Dorothy Beldon. Reports were given by the circle chairman, Florence Buchanan, Polly Carbaugh and Marge Per- sonelte. Lois Weigar.d rcporlcd on the Ministers Wives' retreat held this WORTHWHILE HD CLUB A Christmas dinner party was held by the Worthwhile Home,. „ . _, , _ -,,_,, Demonstration club al the home of fall - at Turk ^ Run Slale Park Mrs. Bertha Jasorka. Wednesday evening. The the year includes: Blanche Cock- WATON RAINBOW GURUS Walton Rainbow Assembly held its regular meeting recently with Beulah Hall, mother advisor, taking the church attendance and apron inspection. Balloting was conducted and a religious program held, marking Christmas. • Marlene Hopper won the chair prize. Christmas gifts wwe taken for children and for a forgotten patient at the State hospital. The buffet dinner was served from a table featuring holiday dec- oraiions with the hosless being assisted by Mrs. Mae Evernham. Mrs. Frances Schmidt opened the meeting with pledge to the flag and the creed. The song of the month was sung and roll call answered by members naming their favorite carol. Hostesses were appointed for the coining year and Mrs. Zora Graham, past president, ^installed the following officers: Mrs. Lena Newby. president; Mrs. Lillian Me- Clintock, vice-president; Mrs. Mae Evernham, secretary and Mrs. M. Hanna, treasurer. Gifts were displayed and the meeting closed with the collect. Mrs. Evernham gave the story "The Little Star that Lent His Way the Night Christ was born." The next meeting will be January Bill. Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers 110 E. Mark.! Straet Phone 3607 Rugs-Carpets Upholstery Venetian Blinds ey, chairman, Helen Michael. Kvc- yn Wolf. Kay Cowlcy, Marge Fcr- sonelle and Pearl Wilhclm. The meeting closed with prayer by Dorothy Beldon. Refreshments were served lo 42 ineirThers by the Rulii Circles. Barbara Collins and Edilh C.irl- son presided at tha silver services. 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