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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, March 25, 1948
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8 Logansport Pharos-Tribune Personality Blouse SOCIETY VICTOR WINEGARDNERS AT HOME Members of the Evans Lantz congregation, /V\j SS Betty from the Lucerne Christian church will attend the communion service ) at. the Indian Creek Christian Are Wed Qt church iit 7:00 o'clock Friday cv- tiling. I Miss Betty Johns, daughter of | Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Johns, and; Colored and black and wlilte motion pictures of Florida and of Kvan Lantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lantz, all of Delphi, es-i their family and friends were shown by Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Corso at a meeting of the Bridge City Movie club Tuesday evening in the city building. Mrs. Agnes Jensen also showed colored slides of Wisconsin, Chi- : an j seven-branch candelabra rfico, Puerto fUco and new and either side of the altar. old Panama City. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Corso and Mr. and Mrs. Rosendo Rangel- changed nuptial vows at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First Brethren church In Flora. The ceremony was read by the Reverend J. Edgar ' Berkshire I before a Retting of ferns, flowers^ Miss Marjorie Moore, of West Point, presented a prelude of; piano music preceding the reclta-, tio[l Ot VOWS. j The bride entered with her fath-j The Friendly Neighbor club of er wearing ft traditional white! the Cicott street Church of God gown with sweetheart neckline, met recently with Mrs. Harvey Lowe, of Cicott street. Refreshments were served tn : with a single orchid, and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson. Mrs. Samuel ; broach with blue and Propst, Mrs- Helen Watts and Mrs. Harvey Lowe. The club will meet again this Thursday with Mrs. Wilson at the church. CARROLL COUNTY YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONFERENCE TO BE HELD AT FLORA "Christ, the Challenge to Freedom," will be the theme o£ the i twenty-third annual Carroll county Youth Conference to be held Friday and Saturday at the Flora Methodist church. ! Several outstanding speakers who are familiar with youth work I have been obtained to speak at ! the two-day conference, which will | be attended by young people and i their leaders, adults and ministers j from all the churches in Carroll countj-. At the opening session Friday evening, the Reverend George Oliver Taylor, executive secretary of the 'department of Christian educa- j tion of the Disciples of Christ, will ; be the guest speaker. Preceding I the address, Mrs. Richard Leiter. i organist, will, present a musical program from 7:30 to S o'clock. ! Xomlnp Watch i . Morning watch will bo held on ! Saturday morning from S:30 to i 9 o'clock. The girls will meet in the Christian church with Mrs. IV. —Rabess Photo Harlan Smith as leader, and the f,~,,., ...... ---------- . ...... -------- : Mr ancl Mrs Victor Winegardner are now residing at 1107 Broad- ; boys in the Methodist church with and a finger-tip veil of illusion.. ' ^ j' ' the!r m(1 rriag« February 14 at the parsonage of the , the Reverend John W. Barkley as She carried a white Bible WPl> cd , He j m '^^ ^^ o( Gol leader, douWe ' , ] ° ° sister of tl bride, served of tl The brldoth former Xorma Anders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. honor, Deibort Anders, 415 Wheatland avenue. Mr. Winegardnor is the son of uncie, served as nuttruu ui jn/uvi,. ------ ' She was attired In a gown of gold! Mrs. Edith Benson. 117 Seventh, street, taffeta and carried a bouquet of blue iris. The foundation of slip cover making was presented in a lesson by Mrs. Arthur Feidner and au i. Sines served as best man,! /VATS. Mary ushers were vcmon rullen ! Honored at Dinner Glenn Brown. ' ; the district meeting will be hold here Way 2 in the i On 80th Birthday Royal Centre Seniors Arznur v> mmm» ut. A inu^im** ui : -- • — "^ v^wiii ^ • • * i ^^ j ^ / j^VSe' sKn " ^i ^ ^w= g ^« . *»• ^ Fettig was pleas^y i T O G,Ve ClOSS D«™ The L«in K was opeCd with! Palls. ,_ surprised on her SOth birthday.! tho reading of tho Easter story; Mr. and Mrs. Lantz plan to make leader. The opening session Saturday morning Will begin at 9 o'clock in the Methodist church. The speaker will be the Reverend Howard Jenkins, of the Delphi Christian church. G-roup discussions during both ] the morning and afternoon ses- I sions will be in charge ot various i county ministers. i made by chairman Dorothy Sallln-! ger, and the group was taken to i the dining room where tables were placed in the shape of a; cross, laid with white cloths and [ lighted only by white candles, i At the head of the cross arrange- ; incut, was a vacant chair, and be-1 hind it a picture of Sallman's "Christ Knocking at the Door": An Old English grace was sung: hung against a wine satin drape.: by Catherine Smith, and Vevah; LangbaSc read the scriptures. Mrs. Smith also sang "The Old Rugged! Cross" and "Tis Midnight". The, call to worship was given by Mary Jane Morris, and the story of the picture of Christ was told by Sue Blasingham. "In Quietness and In Confidence" was read by Carolyn ^ Moseley. - : A trio including Mrs. Smith,. Miss Moseley and Miss Norris sang "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone", and the group was dls- Thurs. Evening, Mar. 25, '48 i Red Cross headquarters on April 14. Claudine Sherrill gave a talk on Juliette Low, and the Juliette Low report was given. A "Flips for Friendship" hike will be enjoyed Monday by the girls. They will meet at 15 West >Iia,nu avenue at. 2 o'clock. Each girl is to bring a ready-to-eat mose-bag lunch. A skit on first aid was given by Barbara Mader. Xan.ey Morgan, Martha Watson and Kathleen Boatman. Guests were >irs. Carnie Morgn and Miss Carolyn Moseley. ILake Cicott Club ;To Hold Fish Fry ! A fish fry will be held by the •Lake Cicott Fox club at 3:30 o'• clock Saturday evening at the ; Lake Cicott school, house for ! hunters and their families who 1 participated in drives. ! Those attending are requested I to bring a covered dish and table service. After tlio supper, a free 1 movie And music, will be provided ' for the "entertainment of the gath- to „,, , ----- . ----- ------ ----- -- ----- i united in marrage on pr ,, o'clock Saturday morning by the | 1S9$ Th( , Rcverend jam as Omel- | uar- ./YlUllC , <H1U V"* t,.w-j. missed to attend the regular Holy, 4y4/ - SEES - i:—20. 40 Week services of the church. ; Halls to Celebrate ; Golden Anniversary At Home in Delphi Mr. anri Mrs. George Hall, of ' Delphi, will celebrate their golden , wedding anniversary at the home j on Sunday, April 11. with a family , dinner at noon and an open house front 2 to 5 o'clock In the after- i noon. ! George Hall, of Pittsburgh, and , I -1 4 J I I united in marriage on April 14, by Mrs. 111K *^l LliV lijuocci oti/i ,- y Ira Xickols. Devotions, their home with his parents where Py Alln ira .Mt:Kui». jvtrv m,iuno j --.--. r were given by Mrs. Lelun Wills. It Mr. Lantz -will continue farming. was planned to help raise funds: ' ~ for band uniforms, and to sponsor Ashland, Ohio, College male quar- j """' li""",, ^Vctor of the Delnh! The seniors of Royal Centre^ and sereral memberg of tha , ^S^^^.^r S, e | ceremony at the home of the j • j bride's parents, the late Thomas j , *..— - - , ^u^ aim ijij > ci a.1. iiiiiiiiuti^ WL \.i\^ which occurred Sunday. She was nigh sc hoo! will present a play : county VOUI h group, who will of- entertained by her children at a "Quiet Summer" at S o'clock the fer g p ec ) a i numbers. dinner at Lindesmith's restaurant, evening of April 2. | The ReV erend Claude M. Me- i "".T". ~PS"I"kinsoiiWraith, of Del- A large white birthday cake! The cast Includes: Nada Vernou j clurfii chaplain of the Methodist' and A " n centered the table ot the honoredjas Pamela Young; Sandra McBeth guest and bouquets of flowers and as Helen Russell; Delorls Dedt as j a , the aftcrnoon sessi on at 1:10 p; tt °L rc vh ' ere Mr Hall operated bowls of yellow jonquils were usea. j jeanic Day; Kay Bridge as Mar- , O . c i ock _ Hls sub j ect w m be "When '. ' l ' . b ' ' ket ' They moved to j^.f.J ____ _**»_, !;„« lE.n-^r. Al<*- f»Tl(l ' t-»L > r __~. n ^,. Cll^T-rtVl "\Hf%A OD._._ _ - -. <* iilClll. JliCUfV-l-. ».»—j ..v or band uniforms, and to sponsor ,.,.,., i i- , boy or girl in their -I-H club ! Wl Idermuths Fete work for tho season. The group; (~ __.!._ -.+ Hionor will serve a aupper for the Grass; OUSMb Ul UMnriei Creek tire department. ' Q n 25th Anniversary A white elephant sale and blind; . m; . Hrs . JIllr ,. al . l;t uo , u , ,.,,.„, ^ „ . r , cl;jeituuu ,, 114 lulluv> ,,,„ _, goods sales was held. The club; A number of guests were enter- ; O hio; Mr. and Mrs, Carl Wecht, and • gerg as Mrs . Lillian Young; Vir-1 , , j t afteraoo:T session in ' — '* '-- ->' — ,in ,.»,.. i _ - . , , ^. ,-< n ___!. _!.!.._ T „. , . ,-,._,_ T->- i ^J_..: rt 1. rt n«lH«c.. 1 * ' ' '_ . '. P ' Anne Adams Such popularity! Everybody i lives to make this blouse. Pattern 4342. Because it.'s easy sewing, easy to embroider, and adds so much personality to your suits and skirts I Pattern 4942 in siz.es 12, H. 1C, IS, 20; 40. Size 16 takes IVa yds. 3.i-in. Embroidery tr,'.r.jfcr Includ- j ed. j Send' TWENTQ-FJVE cents in coins for this pattern lo Pharos- I TribU'it.-, V at tern Deflt., 130 X. Cllr.- . ton St., CMciiK-o SO. 1". Print plHlnly . vour NAM]-:. ADDRESS, ZOX13. ! SIZE AND STYLE NUMBliR. The I-ook this spring is the AN'N'E ADAMS Look: See It in our i Sprint: Pattern Bonk: -Send only fifteen cents moi-s for this ?alnJi»c of ensy-scw styK-a for the whole , family" Also printed rliThl in the book I* a. FIV;-:j: 1'ATTERX ir-r a. ! smart hn.'.-an,l li.is set! : j&GRIEN to use alto deans Kern-toni, Sero-tone, Ttxolite, and oth«r paints of thii typ» centered the table of the honored ; as Pamela Young; Sandra McBeth . hos[)ltal ln Indianapolis, will speak 1 P i' r » h v ft they - res ided at guest and bouquets of flowers and as Helen Russell; Delorls Dedt as j a , the aftcrnoon sessi on at 1:10 p; tt °L rc vh ' ere Mr Hall operated ' ' ' ' , t k m s subject attendjnff wcre M an(1 ,. lett Morffan . sharon Nice aB, chrlgt Colltrols/ . Mrs. Joseph A, Fettig. Rocktord, ; Be tsy Harrison; Carolyn Hawkins . Bccreation p criad !lll.; Mrs. Margaret Card, Eyria , as Esther Hamilton; Shirley Ro- , Recreatlon wlu Recreatlon wlu £o i, ow the close ^i.'uuo otkn..j .T ...j .. — ,,... -.._ -- — ; j^ ii uiu w*ii l -' t h livi *' vo i? u* ** 1,1* vu i , u lilu, IHI . tlliu i*ii 3* vu^i- »i i^^»i tj iv-" E6 IS i*S iTi.ro. j_jiiiitiii j-vuitj^, T ** collect was road by M™ Donald ; tained at a j ove ij- dinner party ; Mr _ and j trs . c. G. Berkshire, Lo- ;gln[a Sm i t h as Fredericks. Collins; ! tha "riora community building be- Kizcr. The group gave ?c- to tlit Wednesday evening at the Logans- j gansport; Mr. and Mrs. Charles : Jane jicKillip as Frances Shaught- j cllmin) , at 4 o'clock Eldo Red Cross drive. _ _ _ port Country Club in honor of the ! chappie. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. nessy . i Rnhpsor, win be in chs ted Cross drive. port Country Club in honor of the J chappie. Mr. and Mrs. Robert , J1: ., UJ . , Mrs. Robert Fultz, of Ro >" a1 'silver wedding anniversary of Mr. i Fettig. all of Detroit, Michigan; Mr. ( Arnetta Coleman as Carrie; Ro-j Centre. Joined as a new member. ; anfl j lrs _ Dee wildermuth. 2620; anl i Mrs . Anthony Fettig, Jr.. and ' bert schlegelmilch as James ^ t...... 1 f. r\ .* A1 f f f\n r*h 1 III \vn W fi. _ - .' '^- i._. ! ... -^i..-..^TT\_..™w*^t.,' . " —.. ». | Robeson will be in charge. !Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dougherty, ! clarK; — served by the ladies of the Metho. Gibson as Sonny | dist church at g o'clock. yfcncnn Qc "Rill T-fPTl— —. i •. . i market. They moved to ' ihi later and have resided at i present residence on West . for thirty-seven yearst ' members ot the Delphi ^ ,„„„_, where Mrs.; Hal! has been active in the Social | i Union, of which she was president ! be i when the new church was built, i SCOUTING She has also been active in Rose chapter 0-E.S. Mr. Hall is a member of tho -Masonic Order and the orlc Ilower. Kuost. Refreshments were served, A smorf;(vs board was served at , ' ot Logansport. by the hostess and her assistants,, tableg centered wllh a i arKe tiered | Grandchildn Mrs. W.irlc Gregg and Mrs. >»'-, . akc . Inscr ibcd with "25." Arrange-I nl1 d Mrs. Bud Young: Bob Ferguson as Bill Hen- Grandchildren attending wore Mr Howard Card. Elyria, Ohio; Fettig Detroit; Miss Mary Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John ; cake. Inscribed | ments of red ~~"-'~~ . placet! in circles Tho Tourist club wilt meet with , j holdw con Mrs. Marlon Taylor. 2.01 Broad-; £ r t}] . „„„„»„ „, way. Monday evening. rlrr-lc A talk on "Sisrid Uudsef will cl "- l< - | by Lucy and on "Sweedlsh Modern in Design by Margaret Campbell. Wecht, Donald Berkshire, r ^ i ^^ ^_ _ ........ and Mrs. Ed Becker. Mr. and j Robert J. Dougherty , Jr., of Logans^ Norva , Brumballirhi Rev . nnd j port . " T - r ~ , .. ' Mrs C. C. Reimer Dr. and Mrs. | Great-grandchildren present were The Purity Kebelcah lodge No. :J j Stanton . H arry Shoup Miss : >i iss Rita Harder Rockford; Miss 127 will meet at 7:30 FrWay eve-— th ^ poUftrdi ^ m(i Mrs. : K athv Berkshire and Miss Camy ning nt tho I. 0. 0. F. hall. Officers arc asked to come early, .A. Miss Anna Marie Kailor, district president, of Anderson, will bo a special guest at a meeting of Ivy Grove No. 41 Supreme Forest Woodman Circle at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of Mary Helvie, 617 Wheatland avenue. poUftrdi KlacnhisCi Mrs , .iu ....... : Kathy Berkshire and Miss Camy nan* .- l .^, 1 —v Isabelle I Berkshire*. Logansport. and Miss firube. Miss Marge Douglass audJEima Wirth", of Elyria, a special ' guest. Two grandchildren. Richard Berkshire, who is on his way home Irma Meyers. Trnnklln President Ketlrcs FRANKLIN". March 25—(UP) — —Dr. William Gear Spencer became president emeritus of Franklin col- Ipge today after resigning as president because of his health. Spencer has not been well since December. 1946, when he was seriously injured In an automobile accident," near Fort Wayno. Social Calendar Thursday S p. m.—Beta ?Igma Phi and Nu Phi Mu party, Y. W. C. A. S p. m.—Twin River Gals, at club house. from Japan, and Lt. Harry G, Berkshire and family, of Fort Knox, Ky,, were unable to attend. V. F. W. Auxiliary S:15 p. m.—Court No. 4, Order of,, C| c , r 4-c Df-firpr^ Amaranth, I. 0. 0. F. hull. j f-lc(.lb ^i l n,ci a 7:30 p. m—Ivy Grove Xo. 41 Su-j officers were elected at the preme Forest Woodmen Circle, | Meeting of the' V. F. W. Auxil- Mary Helvie. Frida iary Tuesday evening at the V.F.W. home. They are: president, Clarice Wil,,,,,, ! They are: P^ent, arce .,7:30 p. m-PurUyRebekah lodge ; nams . senlor vice . presi(1 er.t Mild- i No. 12,, I. 0. 0, F. hall. red Talbert: junior vice-president, BOOSTER BOARD Bake Sale Saturday March 27 9 p. m. Logan Double Dip Shop Pies, cakes, salads, fresh eggs, also excellent home made mince meat. Ladies of Helm St. Church of Cod. ! Cecelia Bush; treasurer, Eva Saunders: chaplain, Margaret Stuart; conductress, Ethel .,-Graf: guard, . Flora Mordenti, and three-year I trustee, Clara Hall. ! The officers will be Installed i in special services following a 1 6: 30 o'clock covered dish dinner ! on April 13. Appropriate officers will be .announced at that time- The attendance award was presented to Marie Winn, and ballot- j ing was held tor Betty Elmore and j Ouzel Cruce, two new members. | Refreshments were served to 42 j members. It was announced that i and Carroll S. Sparks. All .young people are urged to attend the entire conference. Reveal Engagement Of Jane M. Berry Mr. and Mrs. George A. Berry,; ~ •——;——— of Royal Centre, wish to announce j \VesleyOn Guild the engagement of their daughter,! . . .' A , Jane Maxine. to Charles W. Wai- Members Attend lis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry, C nrr ;f ,>[ n I ' ' W. Wallis, of Evansville. I JOCriTICiai Dr. . Russell V. BolMnger, dean with his father In Hall's Super of students at North 'Manchester Market at 123 East Franklin street, college, will give the closing add- They also have' three grandchll- ress. Hi", subject will be "Form- dren. ula for Freedom." St. Luke's to Hold Thursday Service Holy Thursday Service will be held in St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.' At this , service the Sacrament of the Miss. Berry is a graduate ofj A sacrificial supper was held at; Lord's Supper will be administer-, Royal "Centre high school and isj 6:15 o'clock Wednesday evening 1 cd. The Lenten sermon for the; now a sophomore at Purdue unl-j b j. the wesleyan Service Guild of; evening is on the theme "Calvary; versity. * i the Broadway Methodist church in! Personalized," The chancel will bej A graduate of Reitz high school; lhe i au i e s parlor of the church.j decorated with lighted Candles and) at Evansville, Mr. Wallis served; Twenty-five members attended, j the vested choir will sing the' three years In the army. He willi outside the door to the parlor, a; service, be graduated from Purdue univer-i KlKE ^ ,. Be gtjjl and Know that * Girl Scouts of Troop 15 enjoyed an Easter party at the Helm street Church of God Monday afternoon. Games and contests were played '• out o£ doors, and a treasure hunt j was enjoyed. Clues were marked ; by trail signs. The group later ; sang Easier songs, and enjoyed i refreshments served in pastel | Easter baskets. The game prize ! was won by Donna Hurlbert. i The entertainment committee in- i eluded Kathryj; Cunningham,-Mary ! Emma Drummond, and Betty Wag- | ner. Sharon Key, Eulene Van- ; nest and Sandra Garvcr were in charge of refreshments. j Leaders are Mrs. Lucille Em- • linger and Mrs. Rose Seacat. i Miss Helen Klnnear' talked on : the Red Cross to Girl Scout Troop No. 1 at their meeting Wednesday' afternoon at the Wheatland aVe-, iiue Methodist church. The girls: accepted her invitation to visit HOT CROSS HUBERT'S Deluxe Bakery sity in. June. ^ God" set the atmosphere forj ' . . m o se e No date has been announced! the serv i ce? w hich was in complete _ -^- — jj.--~ for the wedding. silence. The room was lighted by ! two sets of candelabra on either, Texas has many huge dams, the I side a w hite altar where Lenten i largest being Buchanan Dam near | 0 {f er i ngg -^-ere placed. A picture! •o ----- 1 TI,<,,, »„,.„(„>, nnn-cr Tim- ! power pro- ! control. WEAK NERVOUS in Gethsemane was. used back of the altar, and appropriate music was played by record. j A' preliminary statement was : cranky 'e«ry month'? 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