Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 20, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 20, 1957
Page 5
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Friday Evening, December 20, 1957. Plan Dairy Association iPIans to organize a local unit of the National Dairymen's Association were made Thursday night ct a meeting in the Noble town- chip school. About 100 milk producers from this area were present and 60 of them indicated they would join the organization. Edwin Sichman, N. D. A. representative from Chicago, told the group that the purpose of the association is to help dairymen take care of their own milk surplus and relieve the government of the responsibility. William Davidson, route 1, city, F^id the local group would meet in the near future to oranize and elect officers. Welcome Neighbors Stage Yule Dinner The annual carry-in dinner and Christmas party of the Welcome Neighbors Home Demonstration club was staged recently at the home of Mrs. Carl Kreamers with Mrs. John Leeds assisting. Nineteen members and four guests were present. Guests were Mrs. Roy Czapanski, Mrs. Clarence Garver, Mrs. Otho Mason and Mrs. Chester Geisler. Mrs. John Sisinger presided at the business meeting, opened with group-singing ot Christmas carols. Standing committees for 1958 were appointed, and members volun teered for leader training lessons. Christmas gifts were exchanged and secret pal names revealed. A small white Christmas tree w decorated with ornaments made from red and green paper. Each member removed an ornament and the name of her secret pal was revealed within. The door prize was won by Mrs. Adam Zartman. The next meet ing will be at the home of Mrs Charles Baldwin with a carry-in dinner at noon. Excel Club Meets With Lilly Mills Lilly Mills entertained the Ex eel club at a Christmas dinner Thursday evening at her home, 1917 High street, where decorations were won in a seasonal motif. A short business meeting was conducted, and secret pal gifts and Christmas gifts were exchanged. Cards were enjoyed with prizes going to Elizabeth Knowlton, Gwendolyn Dawson, Marie Kimer.- er and Beulah Seward. Grace Lutheran SS Department To Give Yule Program Sunday The Sunday School department of the Grace Evangelical Lulheran Church will present a special Christmas program on Shnday, December 22. The program is entitled, "The Light of Bethlehem," and centers around Christ as the Light of Ihe World. The program will include: prayers, choral readings, singing of familiar care's, and recitations given by the Kindergarten, Primary, Junior, Intermediate, and Senior departments. Immediately following this pro gram, there will be a social gathering for all of the members and friends in the church parlors, at which time gifts will be given to the children of the Sunday School. The Sunday School extends a cordial invitation to anyone who would like to attend this program. Jackson HD Club Holds Yule Meet RE-CEMENTING RELATIONS—President Eisenhower anil Secretary of State John Foster Dulles arrive at a luncheon hosted by French President Rene Coty (second from left). With them is French Premier Felix Gaillard (left). President Eisenhower climaxed his personal effort in strengthen French-American relations with his second visit in two days to Coty. (International Radiopholo.) Pearl Street- Is Northbound Pearl street, between East Martet and East Broadway, was changed from one-way southbound o one-way northbound Friday morning. Signs were erected at both ends! of the street, on the soutn end an' arrow directing drivers on Market! o the street and at the north end; a sign warning motorists on Broad' ay not to enter. Parking meters were also installed on the east side of the street and the meters removed on the west side. The width of the street was increased by cutting the width of the sidewalks. City officials said the change was made to eliminate the traffic congestion which resulted from traf- Wheatland Avenue Jackson township home demon- _, , _. _,. . stration club convened Tuesday L/hUrCh rlons I nlrCl afternoon with Mrs. Esther Johnson for the Christmas meeting with Mrs. Esther Klepter assisting. Mrs. Carmen Smilih, president, opened the meeting with the reading of a poem, and the pledge to the flags were led by Ada Wilson. Mrs. Smith read "The Night Before Christmas" after which roll call was answered with Christmas customs. A gift was sent to the "adopted" patient at the Stale hospital after which the history of the song of the month w^s read by Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Johnson accompanied the singing of Christmas carols al the organ. Mrs. Nellie Rush installed the followin new officers: Mrs, Lois Bevington, president; Mrs. Carmen Hendrickson and Mrs. Clarice Roach, vice-p-osidents; Mrs. John son, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Roach offered the devotions after which Mrs. Ola Bevington gave a Christmas reading. A gift exchange revealed the identity of secret pals after which Mrs. Roach read the "Meaning of Christmas." Refreshments were served to 20 members and three guests, two of which, Mrs. Nellie Young and Mrs. Evelyn Ler.on, became members. MAKY BETHUNE CLUB The Mary Bethune club met for the annual Christmas party Tuesday evening in the parlors of the YWCA. The next meeting is January 17 j Mrs. Margaret Woolpert was in at the home of Mrs. Seward, 3261 charge of the entertainment. A Sixteenth street. NEW EXEC ASSISTANT LAFAYETTE (UP) — Purdue | Ma"ry"Noia°Roose "at "the"piano! Christmas contest was held prior to Mrs. Woolpert reading an article on the true meaning of Christmas and the singing of carols with Miss Of Christmas Services The third in a series of special Christmas services will be held Sunday at the Wheatland avenue Methodist chiu'cJ 1 ., according to the announcement of the pastor, the Rev. Tom Weigand. Services were held the past two Sundays, with a film being shown at the first and the children's choir second. This Sunday a pageant will be presented by the adult choir and the intermediate youth, with a candelighting service by the entire congregation being carried on hi conjunction with the pageant. The adult choir Farmers Union to Meet on Monday The Cass county Farmers' Union will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the YWCA Annex for a short business meeting and Christmas program. A talk will be given by Gene Waters, and children of members will present the Christmas program. There will be treats for the children and refreshments for •members. presenting a program at the Yllle Program at Kewanna Church furnish music while tho intermediate youth presents "The Story of Christmas" in pantomime. A Christmas program will be held at the Olive Branch E. U. B. church in Kewanna Sunday at 7 p. m. It is open to the public. There will be several musical selections and the young people will present a short play, "No More Xmas." GAMMA NU PARTY Gamma Nu Sorority held a covered dish turkey supper Tuesday evening at the home of Melvin Chapman, High street road. Punch was served prior to the pupper. Janice Allen, chaplain, led the group in prayer prior to the serving of the supper. Bonnie Nicoles, as Santa, gave each girl a gift revealing her secret sister i'or the past year and new names were drawn. Games were played with prizes going to Janice O'Donald and Wilda Button, Janice O'Donald received the door prize. On the committee in charge included Mary Beck, chairman, Vir-' ginia Phearson and Marabell •Taylor. 'Report Zuppke in Critical Condition CHAMPAIGN*, III. ('UP)—Roberl C. Zuppke, 78, retired University of Illinois football coach was re ported in critical condition in a local hospital today. He entered the hospital two weeks ago for treatment of a prostate gland condition. His doc tor reported he spent a bad day' Thursday. The Berlin-born football grea was coach at Illinois for 29 years He turned out seven Big Ten championship teams and four na tional champs. He was credited with the devel opment of the huddle, the double huddle, the spiral pass from cen ter and the five-man line as wel as numerous trick" plays. Read the Classified Ads University President Frederick L. Hovde has announced the appointment of Prof. Maurice D. Adams as executive assistant to dean E. I C. Young of Purdue's Graduate: Refrcs ;, imerits were served from Sonool. i tables decorated in the holiday choir A gift exchange was held with! Mrs. Rachel Roberts as Santa | | Claus assisted by Miss Mary Jane! TRAFFIC TOLL FORECAST CHICAGO CUP) — The Xational Safety Council has estimated that as many as 180 persons will be killed in the 30-hour Christmas holiday from 6 p.m. Tuesday midnight Wednesday. to motif. Place cards were girls and miniature Santas. Mrs. Phoebe Collins and Mrs. Minnie Wright were guests. Hostesses included Mrs. Cleo Thomas, Mrs. Pauline Rowe, Mrs. Garnet Hyman and Harriett Frisby. For Christmas Give That Delicious Russell Stover Candies Always Froth—Always Delicrout Always Welcome Only $1.35 Hi. box TIMBERLAKE'S This Famous Remington Rollectric lets "Him" shave close and fast with comfort at home or in the car. Free travel case included. Complete with cigarette lighter adapter ^QQ and cord 3»OO. Other Remington Rollectric Models At $23.50 to $31.50 For "Her" The Remington Princess at $17.50 Fernbaugh's Jewelry Store Where Your CREDIT u GOOD 41 6 E. Broadway Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiva fie on the street emerging just behind the traffic light at Fifth and Market, where cars frequently line up and blocked the streets exit. Elks Induct Class Of 14 Into Lodge The Elks lodge inducted a class of 14 candidates during special rites Thursday night under direction of local officers headed by Exalted Ruler Herbert Porter. New members are: Robert J. Bowles. Dr. C. C. Buier, Edward J Dwyer, Lowell Fiedler, Phillip E. Hand, Gerald D. Lindley, John A. Marocco, Dor.ald M. Murdock, Dolphus S. Nelson, Robert Lee Lee Richardson, Edward S. Smith, Lloyd Thomas, James E. Underwood. Plan Yule Programs At Nazarene Church Programs by the children Sunday morning and the young people in the evening will be presented in observance of Christmas at the Church of the Nazarene, according to the Rev. G. C. Morgan, pastor. The Sunday morning program will follow Sunday schol, replacing the regular church service, and will include songs and recitations by members of the primary, kindergarten and junior classes. Sunday evening at 6:45 o'clock the young people of the church will present a play, "The Life of Christ Through Scripture and Song." Rev. Morgan will deliver a sermon in services following the Sunday evening program. Open Every Night 'Til Christmas WE CLOSE TUESDAY AT 5 PM "Fruit of tho loom" Dress Socks Pkg.of 3 pair 2.05 IF you want to please a man, give him something to wear. 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