Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 19, 1957 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 19, 1957
Page 11
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Thursday Evening, December 19, 1957. Mrs. B. Edson Hosts Second Mothers Club The home of Mrs. Bill Edson, 2114 North street, was the scene Wednesday evening of the Second Mothers study club Christmas party. Roll call was answered with favorite Christmas carols after which a short Business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Richard I. James, president. Mrs. Rex Hunter introduced the speaker of the evening, Miss Agda Rafter, whose subject was "Story Telling." Gifts were exchanged by 30 members present and 'refreshments were served by Mrs. Dale Goris, Mrs. Fred Edgerly and Mrs. James Fordyce. A large basket of canned 'goods was collected to be given to a needy family. MIAMI BAPTIST SOCIETY The Miami Baptist Missionary society meeting was held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ada Patton. Grace Miller, president, read the article, "The Road Leads On" prior to singing of "Silent Night." Mrs. Patton offered prayer and devotions were given by Bor.nie Read, "The Christmas Story." Thirteen members answered roll call with a Bible verse. Mrs. Sullivan was a guest. Members gave Christian current events prior to the secretary's report by Mrs. Neva Read and treasurer's report by Mrs. Agnes Flory. Mrs. Mary Rose, flower and card chairman, reported and announcement was made that a box of clothing had beer; sent to the Mather school in South Carolinn A'chrislmas collection was taken to be sent the East Side Christian was" given by Mrs " y DEER CKEEK IID I Deer Creek township home demonstration club No. 1 met recently at ths Masonic hall in Young America for a Christmas dinner with the officers as hostesses. Mrs. Edna Sterrett led the pledges, Mrs. Glen Fouts, the singing, and Mrs. Floyd Stafford read the history of the song ot the month. Mrs. EvereW Gottshall offered devotions after which Mrs. Harry Plank, Mrs. Fouts and Mrs. Raleigh Snyder Sang a number. Mrs. Morgan thanked the club for the gift sent to her during her illness. Mrs. Eber Morgan read the secretary's report, and roll call was answered with a favorite Christmas carol. Twenty-eight members and one guest, Mrs. Earry Plank, were present. Two charter members, Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. Sterrett, installed the following officers: Mrs. Snyder, president; Mrs. Harry Manning, Jr., vice-presl- c'.ent;; Mrs. Morgan, secretary Sirs. Dean Beck, treasurer; and' Mrs. Stafford, project 'leader. Hunter, Mrs. Virginia Townsend, Farrell Holt and Sherry Lynne. The next meeting will be in January. PAIX CLUB PARTY Paix club was entertained recently at the home of Mrs. Lula Carter at a Christmas party. After the regular business meeting, Christmas poems were read and a gift exchange held. Games were played and prizes awarded after which refreshments were served. Decorations were in a Christmas motif. The next meeting is January 10 with Mrs. Garnet Davis. PAST CHIEFS CLUB The Past Chiefs club of Diana Temple No. 30, Pythian Sisters, met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer for a Christmas dinner and gift exchange with ten members attending. Decorations were done in a seasonal motif. Gifts were placed under the Christmas tree which centered the entertaining rooms. Following the meal, a short business meeting was conducted by the president Mrs. Anna Waite Mrs. Velma Decker won the Society Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, will hold a- stated meeting and Christmas ceremonial tonight at 8 o'clock at the IOOF ball. All officers are asked to wear formals. Those wishing to bring a gift for the Chrismas baskets may do so at this time. Jewel Kebekah lodge 541 will hold a 6 o'clock turkey dinner Friday evening at the IOOF hall. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish, table service and a 50-cerit gift. Those having birthdays in October, Novern- ber and December are to turn in prizes being awarded. Mrs. Watson won the door prize Mr Tichenor is the January hostess. ™ ' HOME-HOBBY CLUB The Home and Hobby Home Demonstration, club Christmas party was teld Monday evening in the Calvary Presbyterian cnurch with the turkey dinner, served by the ladies of the | church being served to 28 persons. Grace Smith offered prayer. Tables were enhanced wffii pink and white decorations. UINU f b ™ es " ng w * s ^ ^w.th^Mrs^Ferrell Ho t served at « P- m The ^•IftS" «£. ^- P ^; table w,s c=d wimawrea* Julie Packard, Agnes Flory, Mary Rhoades read. Carols were heard and plans made to hold family night and a covered dish supper at the next^ meeting. "Imaginary Christmas dinner" was planned by members and Mrs. Patton played Christmas chimes. Refreshments were served from tables decorated in the holiday motif. The hostess presented gifts to those attending. of pine cones and greenery flanked with white tapers. Secret pals were revealed and a short business meeting held. The door prizes went to Mrs. Gladys Scheile and Mrs. Virginia Rynerson. Dessert and coffee were served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray A 50-cent gift exchange will be held. Fist Mothers study club will meet tonight at 7:45 o'clock at the • Ijiome of Mrs. John W'hittington, 1604 East Broadway. —k, Owl's club Christmas party will • be held at 6:30 o'clock Friday evening at the Dykeman restaurant. EEL HD CLUB 2 MEETS , Eel township Home Demonstra-. | tion club No, 1 met Tuesday noon ! SALVATION AKMY LEAGUE The Salvation Army Home League held a Christmas party Monday evening at the headquarters where candles and greenery decorated the center table. Christmas carols were sung and a gift exchange was featured. Refreshments were served by the committee, Wanda McGregor, Dor- Peru Board Rejects Most Water Bids PERU—The Board of Works accepted low bids on a steam gathering unit and on water tanks supplies but rejected all others in connection with the current water expansion proposal. The board will readvertise for Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven othy Kornsleje, Mary Bishop and; bids on other pnases ot the pr<) . Mrs. Charles Sherman. Present were Lt. McGregor, Lt. Kornsleji, Mrs. Lola Wallace, Mrs. Everett Wilson, Mrs. Sherman, i Mrs. Margaret Grant, Mrs. Lucille Titus, Lt Darlene Hutchings, Lt. Ardis Ballet, Mrs. Elizabeth Wah- mox and Mary Bishop. The group voted to sponsor a ward party at the State hospital. LUTHER LEAGUE CAROLS The Luther League of the Mount Pisgah Lutheran church went caroling Sunday evening. They returned to the home of Miss Lois Downham, vice-president, who was in charge of the meeting. Lloyd Robeson read the scrip- Mrs. Betty Angle. Installed were Lucille Elmlinger, president; Vir- gir.ia Swartzell, vice-president; Helen Shanks, secretary; Beverly Smith, treasurer. An exchange was held ar.d secret pals revealed. The party closed with singing of carols. TD PARTY The TD club Christmas party was held Tuesday evening at the home of Lucille Michael. Gifts were exchanged and secret pals revealed. Bunco prizes went to Sue Porter, Joe Hankee, Eileen Mollen- cup and Mary Ann Appleton, Refreshments were served. The January meeting will bo held with Eileen Mol'encup, 2300 Wright street. ing served to 7 members. Clara Conrad, president, opened the meeting followed with devotions by Mrs. Jennie Strantz. Favorite carols were named in answer to roll call and prior to the report of (he secretary end treasurer, Mrs. Letha Sullivan and Mrs. • Mae Porter. At the close of the business meeting Mary .Batch installed the following new officers: Mrs. Martha Williams, president; Mrs. Opal Hume, vice-president; Mrs. Clara Conrad, treasurer and Letha Sullivan, secretary. Gifts were exchanged. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Alta Hyman. The committee in charge of the meeting included Mrs. Opal Hume, Mrs. Jessie Pattengale, Mary Batch and Bessie Smith. tural Christmas Story and Miss Juanita McCloskey led in prayer. Mrs. John T. Downham told the story, "The Inn Keeper's Daughter" and read a Christmas poem. Plans were made to decorate the church tree. Cocoa and homemade cookies were served to Juanita and Phyllis McCloskey, Diana Deitz, Bonnie and Peggy Smith, Jane and Lois Downham, Pauline Robeson, Lloyd and Maurice Robeson, David Downham, Delbert and Joe Shriver, Wayne Downham, Gene Knight, Eldon Robeson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shriver, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starkey and Mr. ar.d Mrs. John T. Downham. ject. The bids accepted are ject to approval of the Public Service Commission. The board decided to add a new piping system for delivery of water to Maconaquah Park and Gold Course. Engineers were told to plan specifications for the addition. Wont Carroll 4-H Project Entries Now DELPHI—Enrollment in Carroll County 4-H livestock projects were urged by County Agent Harold Berry to be in by Jan. 10. The projects include dairy, beef, sow and litter, sheep flock management, and poultry flock management. ST. BRIDGET CLUB St. Catherine of Siena study club of St. Bridget church convened Monday evening at the home Mrs. Zelma Demerly for a Christmas party. Helen Townsley led the Rosary and Christmas carols were sung. Games were enjoyed with prizes, going.to Kate Britten, Kate Con-| roy and Helen Swope. Christmas gifts were excanged with the hostess as Santa. Refreshments were served in a holiday mot if. PEARL SEEKERS CLASS The Pearl Seeker's Class of St. Lukes Lutheran church were entertained at a Christmas party at (he home of Mrs. Elsie Farrer on Clinton street Monday evening. Mrs. Pearl Jones, teacher, read Dorothy Thompson's, "Desert Christmas", for devotions, followed by prayer. Miss Christina Chambers sang several Christmas numbers, ac companied by Mrs. Ruth Reed on the piano. Contest prizes were awarded to, Mrs, Whitt, Mrs. Dorothy Newer, Mrs, Freda Van Allen, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Mayme Lux, Mrs. Goldie Chase, and Mrs. Ina Clements. Refreshments were served to 12 members and four guests by the hostess and her co-hostesses, Mrs. mounted on stand— i attractive box. JOINT MEET AT WALTON Tipton township PTA and guests, i the Music Boosters, held a joint | meeting Monday evening at the Walton grade school gym. The committee in charge of the program included Mr. and Mrs. Edward Quinn ,Mr. and Mrs. Don Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Kunkle, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nead and Blanche Fair. Corvin Wilson presided. . The invocation and devotions were given by Rev. Keith Kinney, pastor of the Shiloh Lutheran church. The secretary and treasurer reports were given and a Health Bond purchased. Dale Winters announced the Community Christmas party sponsored by the Lion's club and Legion Auxiliary and also forrr.ula- tive plans for Little League baseball. The annual Christmas program was presented under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hinton. Participants were eighth grade chorus, Rosie Reutebuch and Tony Hinkle, .accompanists: fourth grade Rhythm Band, Tonettes from the sixth grade, Sam Combs, Dianne Schlegelmilch, Lester Townsend, Shea Showalter, directors; Mary Price, Arleen Price, and Carla Butz, accompanists; Elementary band, high school chorus, Jane Mays accompanirt; high school band, community carol sing with Mrs. Hinton accompanying. Following benediction by Rev. Kinney, treats were distributed to the children by the committee, Mr and Mrs. Ellis Erny, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leffert, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maughmer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clem and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nicholas. LOGAN COUNCIL MEETS Logan Council, Daughters of America, met at the club rooms Monday evening with the .following officers present: Emma Walls, councilor; Mae Leazenby, vice-councilor; Effie Buckingham, junior past councilor; Clara Summer, associate junior past councilor; Orrie Koons, sentinel; Merle Jester, recording secretary; Gladys Wolf, financial secretary: Ray Wolf, treasurer; Rose Quillen was reinstated and another application read for reinstatement. Merle Jester, chairman of Christmas cards sales, reported. The relief committee reported Minnie Helvie, Mable Ray and Cynthia Anderson ill and June Dilling in St. Joseph hospital. Plans were made for a covered dish Christmas party at the home of Gladys Wolf Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock for members and friends. A 50-cent exchange will be held. A social hour will follow the supper. Members are asked to bring table service. WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY The World's Biggest Candy Seller— So Fin. — So Famous So Sure to Pleas. $2 box TIMBERLAKFS WARDS' LAST MINUTE FURNITURE SUGGESTIONS PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL FURNITURE SALE! 10% DOWN ON TERMS LUXURY RECLINER A COMFORT TREAT Recliner adjusts automatically. Foam rubber padded leaf. Nylon and Duran plastic covw for long wear; SWIVEL ROCKER IN FRIEZE WITH FOAM Smart new design with pillow-back and reversible foam latexieat cushion. Deep pile frieze. Color choice. SWIVEL ROCKIER IN BISCUIT-TUFT STYLE Attractive modern lines and (ots of comfort. Nubby frieze in choice of colon. Light or dark wood legs; mahogany-finish desR 18th century style :n CA88 credenza base, brasc pulls. 42" wide top: «* DOWM Versatile swivel chair s*ee>l bright brass trim. Plastic seat cover. eOLOt CMMCI smart black phono-stand Holds records, al- M OO bums, phono. Chip- TT»OO proof wrought iron. IALI MKI reg. 39.95 King-0-Sleep 252 well-insulated O A88 coils; Mattress and OT box spring... .. 68.88 10% DOWN Sale! swivel TV table Rods expand to hold "T TV set up to 24" size / • screen. Black, brou. RIO. t.93 reg. 7.95 Bench Hassock Contour padded top; Use as seat or footrest. Durable plajfie; IALI mci 6. 3-shelf Utility table Wrought iron, chip ft A A proof black finish; Roor protectors; SALI reg. 14.95 Swivel Hassock Turns in complete cir- 1O88 cle. Choice of colors in plastic cover. I All Tables...reg. 16.95 ea. Cocktail, end or step 1 4 88 tablet in traditional |*f style.Mahogany-flnishj IACH KRESGE'S MOMENT MADNESS 4 HOUR SPECIALS (TONIGHT) THURSDAY,5p.ni.to9p.m.Only HOUSE SLIPPERS TONIGHT 5 TO 9 ONLY 34" TEDDY BEAR TONIGHT 5 TO 9 ONLY REG. $7.95 ,66 ALL WREATHS 25% OFF TONIGHT 5 TO 9 ONLY ORIGINAL PRICE Men's Swiss watch, 2 pr. cuff links, 2 *«(• $12.95 Tie bars, money clip and key chain in Value Beautiful Jewel Box. All matched set. $O.95 TONIGHT 5 TO 9 ONLY 8 SETS ONLY-FIRST COMI- FIRST SERVED plu* tax "Gold-embossed" rugs! All rayon in 5 colon; O 27" round rug.3.49 Toilet cover.. .1.00 . 10x94" Two regular $219.95 2 pc. Living Room Suites - Reduced just in time for Christmas $139.88 each Mb <^n I FOUR HOUR CONTEST | You may be the lucky winner of a BEAUTIFUL ^ GRILL...$12.95 Value. 1 Just guess how many peanuts are in the Fish Bowl in our win- «? daw. Person coming the nearest will win. You need not be present to win. KRESGE'S 422 BROADWAY

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