Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Washington HDClub Of Carroll County Stages Luncheon The Washington Township, Carroll County, Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. Glen Fouts, Wednesday afternoon for a covered dish luncheon and meeting. Mrs. Georgia Wynn and Mrs. Ross Uownham assisted Mrs. Fouts. At the business session the president, Mrs. Charles Guckien, welcomed the members and guests, t Following the flag salute and' pr ~ ay " er creed, the roll was called with , ., ._„-. i s^;^ tow na ^ ta it^"^ a --5^ ^^ my -Home . i^ treasurel .. s account . Mrs. Mrs. Orville Campbell gave the Bass Todd , s husband was report- Festive Motif Used By F. Willard Class Decorations were done in the yuletide motif at the home of Mrs. Naomi Douglass when she entertained the Frances E. Willard class of the Wheatland avenue- Methodist church Wednesday evening. Officers assisted the hostess. Mrs. -Alice Hershberger, president, was in charge of the meeting which opened with -Minnie Delzell offering the devotions, Birth of Christ," and 76 Attend BPW Christmas Party Carol Hammond Feted At Shower Miss Carol Hammond, bride-elect; The Business and Professional of Lt. W. D. Woodruff, was lion- Women's club held the annual ored at a miscellaneous shower Christmas party at the YWCA given recently by Miss Joan Hiveley. devotion and prayer. Mrs. Lawrence Johnson gave the history of the song of the month, "0 Come All ye Faithful," and the group sang it and also "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear", "Joliy Old St. Nicholas" and "Away in a Manger," with Mrs. Robert Hinkle at Uie piano. Miss Elaine Kull, Carroll county Home Demonstartion Agent, spoke briefly, concerning the project lessons. Mrs. Robert Hinkle spoke in appreciation of the officers who served last year and •were all re-elected for 1958, mamely: President, Mrs. Nora Guckien; •vice-presidents, Mrs. Eva Sidenbender and Miss Pauline Robe- con; secretary, Mrs. J. C. Updegraff; and treasurer, Mrs. OrpJia Jleade. The business session was closed by the reading of the "Homemak- crs Creed." Mrs. Ted Sidenbemi- er read the Christmas Story, "The Little Lame Lamb"—a Walt Disey Production. Mrs. Ross Downham and Mrs. Glen Fouts, accompanied at the piano by Miss Pauline Robeson, sang "Home For the Holidays" and "Just an Old Fashioned Christmas". The gift exchange which revealed" the secret pals was in charge of-Mrs. Ted Sidenbender. Secret pal-names were exchanged for 1958. They are to be remembered with cards on birthdays and anniversaries and a gift at Christmas. Twenty members were present and. also the following guests: ed ill in the hospital, and Mrs. Viney Cowley was reported ill. Gifts were displayed around a lighted Christmas tree. Blanch Cochley read the Christmas story. Mrs. Martha Peterson was a guest. During ttie social hour, snow- bail ice cream and angel food cake were served with coffee and mints. The rext meeting is Tuesday, January 28. Serve Garden Club Dinner At YWCA The Christmas turkey dinner was served to members of the Logansport Garden club Tuesday evening at the YWCA. Lynn Denham presented a Christmas reading, "A Christmas Present for a Lady," and Cindy Hall, "The Candle in the Forest." They are students of Miss Dorothy Wilson. A Christmas gift exchange was then enjoyed after which Mrs. Pearl Tikfer, president, conducted the business meeting. Ada Hedrick Pink and white were combined in the color scheme and gifts were placed at a table covered with a white cloth trimmed with pink bows and bells, and centered with large pink and white wedding bells. Contests were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Midge Hatter and Mrs. R. Sanders, with duplicate prizes to the bride-elect. Refreshments of flaming snowball ice cream, individual snowball cakes, mints and coffee concluded the evening. The dining room was decorated in a Christmas motif with the table being centered with a large cornucopia filled with assorted Christmas decorations. Invited guests included: Mrs. R. Hammond, Mrs. L. Hiveley, Mrs. Hatlie Witter, Mrs. D. Ranz, Mrs.! n p. , R. wedekind, Mrs. Midge Hatter,I Program Presented Mrs. H, Price, Mrs Fern Salmons,! A4. Kjoklp Mrs. J. Maloy, Mrs. F. Woodruff, >wmc Mrs. R. Hoff, Mrs. L. Neel, Mrs. R. Sanders, Peru, Miss Liz Amos, Kokomo, Mrs. J. Zimmermaker, Star City, Miss Mary Lou Persinger, Miss Carol Sue Lebo, Miss Barbara Smith, Miss Mary Lou Woodruff, Miss Anne Petrie. with 76 persons present, of which 13 were guests. Jefferson Program Presented Tonight "Mr. Wuggleby's Workshop" will be presented tonight at 7:30 o'- c'.ock by the first grade pupils of JeJferson grade school. David Davis will play the role Refreshments of ice cream and; 0 f Mr _ wuggleby. Other members cake with Christmas theme was served. The tables were decorated with Santas, sleighs, Christmas dolls, angels and candles. An exchange of Christmas gifts was made by tht game of "Musical Gifts". Group singing of Christmas carols and games were enjoyed. Guests 'included: Marlene Spurlock L o r e 1 1 a Helms, Sarah Werner, Phyllis McCart, Theora Myers, Shirley Drinkman, Wanda Morris, Margaret Anderson, Barbara Miller, Hazel Bridenbaugh, Helen Conrad, Phyllis Jamison, Mabel Berk- ?!iire, Mrs. John Dooley, Dinius, Mary Weaver, Brown, Judy Hipsher. Amy Jean< BETA SIGMA PHI CHAPTERS Mrs. Mary Batch, the treasurer's account. Mrs. Batch and Mrs. Ruth Davis were co-hostesses. The next meeting will be January 14 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George Fahnestock. Members of the club will go to the Neal Home Friday afternoon'-' chapters of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening at Dykeman's Restaurant for the annual Christmas party. Thirty members at- Noble township school children presented the annual Christmas program Tuesday at the school. The Junior high school band, directed by Mrs. Robert Barnett, ac- of the cast are Courtland Pherson, Nancy DeHaven. Michael Nunnal- !y, Becky Neal, Lyr.n Kemper. Madonna Wise, Patricia Watkins, Margo Roberson, Nancy Holcomb, Rebecca Appleton, Deborah Neal, Susan Strasser. Willis Spencer, James Bailey, Michael Key, Terry Gordon and Beth Apt. Members of the choir are Stephen Culp, Gary DeHaven, Mark Dodrill, De'ores Odom, James Rose, Tim Spangler, James Starkey, Ora Titus, Lawrence Tucker, Roxie Tucker, Michael Upton, Gregory Watkins, Diane Wickersham, Michael Woodruff, James Albright, Beverly Rivers, Linda Hardy, Carolyn James, Kathy Jones, Deborah N'ol- te, Charlotte Kirkham, Larry DeHaven, Daniel Hardy, Michael Hardy, Ronnie Harmon. Timothy James, David Jones, James Jones, Ronnie Leazenby, Ronnie McLochlin, Michael Miller, Terry Widner, Michael Brewer, Jerry Beverly, Kathy Bigler, John Brugh, Mike Camp, John Clark, opened the program with "Hark Ine Herold Angels Sing" followed by Christmas devotions offered by Miss Leithel Hanawalt's third grade class. The group sang "Away In Judea", "Bethlehem Lullaby", "Christ was Once a Little Baby", "Why Do Bells for "Christmas Aids" Jane Speicher Prayer", "The Christmas Story" at 1 o'clock to help ladies decorate the Christmas tree and entertain them. Mrs. Cecil Logan will tell and Caroline Downham, Mrs. Lee Powell, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. Elmer j CaldweU, Mrs. Delton McVay and •daughter and Mrs. Bill Fouts and daughter. The- next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, January 15, at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Garold Davis in Deer Creek. Val- coffee will be served. entines are to Riley Hospital. be brought for DORCAS CLASS MEETS The Dorcas class of the Main Street Church, met at the home of Mrs. Lucille Crook, 531 Burlington avenue Wednesday noon f$r the annual turkey Christmas dinner.; Singing of carols opened the meeting prior to devotions given •by Mrs. Viola Whiteman. Barbara G-rantham read from the Bible and pray_er was offered by Bessie Raber. Mrs. Whiteman read a paper, "There were Shepherds in the Field" and "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day". Prayer was given by Mrs. Josephine Williams. The president, Mrs. Daisy Stuber was in charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Estelle Tyner in charge of the gift exchange. Singing of "Joy to the World" and the Lord's Prayer closed "the meeting. The next meeting will be January 5. Dinner Served To Rose Of Lima Club Josephine Hombach entertainsd the St. Rose of Lima study club Wednesday evening at a turkey dinner served ai; a table centered with Christmas floral decorations ,-.nd lighted red tapers. Bright Christmas corsages were favors and each place was marked with a surprise gift. A social hour was enjoyed with prizes going to Amelia Gfeen, Mary Honick and Kay McCaffrey. A gift exchange was held around the Christmas tree at which time each learned Hie identity of her secret pal. Coffee and dessert were served by the hostess. Eloise Kimes is the January hostess. St. Michael Club Holds Yule Dinner Mrs. Florence Bauer entertaine< St. Michael's study club of St Joseph church at a turkey dinner Wednesday evening. The table was centered with a Madonna flanked by red tapers Christmas gifts were exchanged and bingo was enjoyed. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bertha Dunn, 222 Tanguy street. Holiday Hair Styling PERSONALIZED FOR YOU! A CROWNING TOUCH FOR THE GAY HOLIDAYS Jeanne's Beauty Shop 104 So. 3rd Phone £957 On any normal surface— even glossy photographs.. JOTTER PEN • Writes on practically anything with silk-araooth touch! • Feeds instantly through new porou* ball! • Puts 166 times more ink at writing point for instant starting! • Gives darker, denser writing because of textured surface of balU only 195 Try it here today! A Christmas bargain Idea that's really new! Yeazel's 513 E. Broadway Phone 2462 tended the smorgasbord supper. The game of Court Whist was played with Mrs. Dee Kitchel and; Thfi ban(] accompa . nied by Don . —- Delores Rennewanz winningj na March| played ,, Joy to tne P rizes . , ,, World" and the first and second The gift exchange was held at grades presented a playlet, which time each girl had to sing -Christmas A j<] s " ane Speicher a line of a Christmas song to get sang the c i os i ng number, "Lolly- her gift. | p op Tree", at which time a lolly- Mrs. Betty McQuinn won the door prize. The committee for the evening consisted of Mrs. Vera Wolf, chairman; Mrs. Eileen Lyons and Mrs. 'Suzanne Fiedler. The next meeting of the Alpha Phi chapter will be Jan. 6th at the home of Mrs. Iris Albaugh. The next meeting of the Xi Beta Omicron chapter will be Jan. 6th in the home of Mrs. Eileen Lyons. companied by Maureen McKaig,! Connie Clem, Roger Conn, Robert 'Cotner, Pamela Culp, Roger Davis, Richard DeHaven, Montie Dodrill, Pamela Flinn, David Foster, Judy Fry and Debra Newell. Metea Group Meets All-Day At Church An all-day meeting was conducted by the Metea Baptist Missionary society Wednesday at the church basement with Wilma Metz as hostess. Helen Paschen conducted the short business meeting when a thank you note was read from the Purdue Student Center for the typewriter, movie screen and other gifts. Mrs. Lydia Yantis and Mrs. Georgann Pickens were in charge of the Christmas program. Mrs. Carol Hubenthal and Mrs. Eva Grauel received prizes after which a 50-cent gift exchange was enjoyed. Members sewed for a needy family during the morning, and at noon a covered dish dinner was served to 22 members and eight guests. Longfellow PTA Sees "What Is Christmas" A three-act play, "What is Christmas," was given at the December meeting of the Longfeiiow PTA Tuesday evening at the school. Pupils of the first grade presented "Fun in the Snow" and "Bringing in the Greens" while the first grade chorus sang "Snowball Game", "Deck the Halls" and "Christmas Tree". Several selections were sung by the second grade chorus during the second act. Second grade pupils gave three skits, "Trimming the Tree", "Santa Claus Comes" and 'Opening.tihe Presents" with Tommy Wickersham as Santa Claus. The third grade presented the 'Bible Story" with Christ! Waite, John Kline, Eldonna Doty and Steven Gerni as readers. The following third grade members took part: Vicki Gales, Marvin Marker, Rebecca Titus, Muf- et Shoemaker, Mary Jo Purcell, Barbara Reap, Bonnie Anderson, Jack Martin, Bruce Moore, Jerry Gibbs, Robert Baker, Brent Peterman, Terry Marks, Bob NeUier- cutt, David Sherman, Janet Leedy, Larry Smith, Tom Trueb, Julie Button and Alice Cheesman. The third grade chorus sang preceeding the program and num- iers by the sixth grade chorus. The program was under the direction of Miss Marilyn Smiley. pop tree was displayed. Cheryl Campbell gave a ballet dance, "Winter Wonderland" and the junior high classes presented the pageant, "First Christmas". The program closed with the group singing "Siient Night." On the committee in charge were Mrs. Mabel Thommen, Mrs. Clyde Patty, Mrs. Alvin Johnson and Mrs. Robert Barnett. Thursday Evening, December 19, 1957. Yule Dinner Held At Clayton Home Mrs. Charles Clayton entertained the How Many club Tuesday evening at her home-, 704 Twentieth street, at the annual Christmas party and turkoy dinner. Tables were decorated in a seasonal motif and following the dinner, a gift exchange was enjoyed around a lighted tree. Bunco prizes went to Flora McClure, Emma Johnson and Alice Garver. Arc election of officers was conducted by Mrs. Byron Wilson with Mrs. Alice Garver elected president; Charlotte Bundy. secretary- treasurer; and Cora Zellers, reporter. Mrs. Clayton offered prayer. The next meeting will be January 7 at the home of Mrs. Garver, 804 High street. IT' HOT IN TEXAS NEW YORK (UP) - The highest temperature reported in the nation Wednesday was 83 degrees at Alice, Tex. Lowest reported temperature today was three below zero at Caribou, Maine. SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday G p.m.—Excel club. Mrs. Lily Mills. 6 p.m.—St. Anr. 1 study club, Mrs. Ed Murphy. 5:30 p.m.—Altrusa club, Ellouise DeGriel. 7 p.m.—Clymers PTA. school. 7:30 p.m.—Alpha Kappa chapter, Ivy Grove 41, Virginia Shar.ks. 7:30 p.m.—Spanish War Veterans and Auxiliary. Memorial home. 7:30 p.m.—Homomakers HD club, Mary Ann Mason. 8 p.m.—St. Joseph hospital Auxiliary, at hospital. Friday 1:30 p.m.—Keystone Ladies club, YWCA. RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS INDIANAPOLIS (UP' — Miss Ann Ward Bouillet of Fort Wayne, a junior al Indiana University, :was named as one of the winners 'of the Indianapolis Press Club'.s ; Maurice Early Scholarships i Wedesday. Another Early award went to George Collier. Frankfort, j a Franklin College student. Marriage licenses were issuad yesterday by county clerk, Eliza- jeth Bieker, to Gordon C. Steele and Mattie Ellen Carter, both of Peru; Robert Eugene Shine of 114 Ninth street and Charlotte Ann Rose of Rt. 3, city; Jerry Ray Wallace, 3026 East Broadway and larole Kuhn, 615 Twelfth street; Paul S. Sharts of 24 Ninth street ar.d Thelma Keever of 709 Wilkin- Christmas Gift Specials WASHABLE SUEDE Jackets JleguJar ?25 Fine Furniture and Rugs at Budget Prices Buy Here and Save Anytime—Let Our ' Location Save You Money McTaggart's Home Furnishing Co. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1315 High Street WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY Tho World's Biggest Candy Seller— So Fino — So Famout So Sun to Pfoa» $2 box TIMBERLAKE'S Our Best Quillion treated suede leather jackets with belt. Sizes 10 lo 18. If you are looking for a little nicer sock SEE OUR SELECTION BY HOLE PROOF hr Cashmere Argyles $5.00 t Cashmere Socks $3.50 \r fine Imported British Wools $2.95 -$3.50 for Holiday Entertaining Get All Gifts | Attractively * Gift Wrapped Dial 3273 405 E. 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