Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 25, 1948 · Page 10
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E Logonsport Pharos-Tribune Personality Blouse SOCIETY MemburB of the from the Lucerne Christ will attend the communion service a.t the Indian Creek church at 7:30 o'clock «n!ng. congregation ' MJ SS Betty isti&n church A i r- And Evans Christian Are Wed Qt Friday cv- Colored and black and white motion pictures of p'lorida and of their family and friends were Bhown by Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore , Corso at a mating of the Bridge , City Movie club Tuesday evening In thR city building. Mrs. Agnes Jensen alsn showed ' colored slides of Wisconsin, Chi- ' cago, Puerto Rico and new and olrl Panama City, Refreshments were nerved by ' Mr. and Mrs. Corso and Mr. arid Mrs. Rosendo Rangel. The Friendly .Yelshbor club of the Cicott street Church of God met recently with Mrs. Harvey ! Lowe, c' Cicott street. ; Refreshments were served to Miss Betty Johns, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Jialph D. Johns, and Evan Lantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lantz, all of Delphi, exchanged nuptial vowa at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First Brethren church in Flora. ; The ceremony was read by the Reverend J. Edgar Berkshire! before a setting of ferns, flowers, and seven-branch candelabra on either side ot the altar. i Miss Marjorle .Moore, of West Point, presented a prelude of; piano music preceding the recita-i tiou of vows. ; The bride entered with her father wearing a traditional white gown with sweetheart neckline, arid a finger-tip veil of Illusion. She carried a white Bible topped with a single orchid, and wore a VICTOR WINEGARDNERS AT HOME CARROLL COUNTY YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONFERENCE TO BE HELD AT FLORA "Christ, the Challenge to Freedom," will be the theme of the 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 ! their leaders, adults and. ministers from all the churches in Carroll county. I At the openir.g session Friday ! evening, the Reverend George Oli! ver Taylor, executive secretary of ! the 'department of Christian educa- | tion of the Disciples of Christ, will • be the guest speaker. Preceding ! the address, Mrs. Richard Leiter. [organist, will, present a musical i program from 7:30 to S o'clock. i Morning 1 Watch Morning watch will be held on Saturday morning from S:30 to Tile girls will meet in , 9 o'clock. The girls will meet ! the Christian church with Mrs. W. —Rabess Photo Harlan Smith as leader, and the Mr. and Mrs Victor Winegardner are now residing at 1107 Broad- , boys in the Methodist church with way,' following their marriage February 14 at the parsonage of the , the Reverend John W. Hartley a.a '• 1 p n f\ P r Saturday made by chairman Dorothy Ballin-) ger, and the group was taken to 1 the dining room where tables were placed in the shape of a: cross, laid with white cloths and; lighted only by white candles. ; At the head of the cross arrangement, was a vacant chair, and be- ! 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 VevahJ Langbak read the scriptures. Mrs, Smith also sans "The Old Rugged! Cross" and "Tis Midnight". Thej call to worship was given by Mary I Jane Norrls. and the story of the picture of Christ was told by Sue Blasingham. "In Quietness and In 1 Confidence" was read by Carolyn ^ Moseley. - ; A trio including Mrs. Smith. Miss Moseley and Miss N'orris sang "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone", and the group was dis- | missed to attend the regular Holy! Week services of the church. ; Thurs. Evening, Mor. 25, '48 Red Cross headquarters on 'April 14. Claudine Sherrill gave a talk on Juliette Low. and the Juliette Low ! report was given. A "Flips {or j Friendship" hike will- be enjoyed i Monday by the girls. They will meet at 15 West Miami avenue at 2 o'clock. Each girl is to bring a ready-to-eat mosc-bag lunch. A skit on first aid was given by Barbara Mader, Nancy Morgan, Martha Watson and Kathleen Boatman. Guests were Mrs. Carnie Morgn and Miss Carolyn Moseley. Lake Cicott Club To Hold Fish Fry ' A fish frv will be held by the :Lake Cicott Fox club at 5:30 o'clock Saturday evening at the ; Lake Cicott school house for i hunters and their families who I participated in drives. i Those attending are requested j to bring a covered dish and table service. After tlie supper, a free ; movie and music will be provided • for the 'entertainment 'of the gath- i erins. Qf n,ci['«HuiiLfin..i »>f=ii,- ,-»ui.vi,i m ....... - ..,...„.- -. , ----- i flip Reverend L R Worden read the double ring ceremony at 6 Mrs. Wilbur Wilson. Mrs. Samuel : broach with blue and white stones, ^ e *<• evening ' propst, Mrs. Helen Watts and Mr«. to match earrings. o CIOCK tr.ai IM.IUH.,. Harvey Lowe Mr " NnlHon Sines, slater of the The bride is thc former Xorma Anders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ~ Whcatland avenue. Mr. Winegardner is the son of leader. The opening morning- will session begin at 9 o'clock Mrs. Nelson Sines, sister of .. : The club will meet again this bride, served as matron of honor Deport Thursday with Mrs. Wilson at the : S'^ was attired In a gown of gold church ' taffeta and carried a bouquet of __,-.._ ! blue iris. The foundation of slip cover making was presented in a lesson by Mrs. Arthur Feidner and Mrs. Arthur Williams at a meeting of: ^ <^v""" ^..«nv- ... —~^,,, ^^,.. ^,,.,,x_ < _ 7 • , the Wayne Fr.endiy club at the; churg, basernen^ ^coupl^the^ Ml ,. Ma;y Fc[Ug vas p!easalUly ! To GlV6 ClOSS Ploy church. The xelsou'sine. served as best man,! MrS. Mary nd ushers were and Glenn Brown. , and ushers were Vernon rullen I Honored Qt Dinner wn. i ; the district meeting will be j here May 2 A rStio r n°*oiio W od in J On 80th Bi rthday I Royal Centre Seniors urch basement. The couple theni • Tn Give CloSS P QV I O ^IV^ ^lUSS r lu home of Mrs. Bessie Shymer. : •— - " ---- - . 11,1,1 The meeting was opened with. Fa"s- , surprised or. her SOth birthday the reading of the Easter story: i Mr.^and Mrs^Lantz^plan^tojnaKe. whlch occurred Sunday. She was entertained by her children at a ii:i BI.UA.J - — —-•- by Mrs Ira Nichols Devotions; their home with his parents where were given by Mrs. Lelan Wills. It Mr. Laut; will continue farming, i , Thc senior£ of Rova , Centre; hip-i, school will present a play; "Quiet Summer" at S o'clock the was planned to help raise funds; for brind uniforms, and to sponsor . , . , , a boy or girl in their 4-H club; Wl IdermUtnS work for the season. The group; r ,&<.+<: nt DinnPr wil! serve a supper for the Crass <JU6STS QT dinner , chiiflr( Creek fire department. ' Qn 25tH AnniverSOrV ! Mrs. Jos A white olephant sale ami blmdj ' ! r n . Vfti goods sales was held. The club ^ llulllu collect was rea<l by Mrs. Don!ild ; t a j, let i a t a lovely dinner party ;^,._ an[ j n[ rs Kizer. The «rroup gave ^ to the' Wednesday evening at the Logans- | Ea nsport; Mr. Rcti CffSS (It'iV'O '_.. — » rtr*,.-, i,,-,. fl n]i i r\ Vrttior* n'tlm'^ii _i_ | dinner at Lindesmith's restaurant, evening of April 2. A large white birthday cake j The cast includes: Xada Vernou ; in the Methodist speaker will be the ard Jenkins, of the tian church. Group discussions during both the morning and afternoon sessions will be in charge of various county ministers. A special musical program will be presented from 11:10 to 11:45 o'clock Saturday morning by the 'Ashland, Ohio, College male quartet, and several members of the county youth group, who will offer special numbers- The Reverend Claude M. Me Halls to Celebrate Golden Anniversary At Home in Delphi Mr. and Mrs. George Hall. Of Delphi, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at the home on Sunday. April 31. with a family dinner at noon and an open house from 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. : 4942 - suss - i:-2o.« i i Anne Adorns ; Such popularity' Everybody \ ' lives to make this blouse. Pattern 1 49-12. Because ii's easy sewing. , easy to embroider, nnd adds so i much personality to your suits and skirts' '• Pattern 4942 in sizes 12. 14, 1G, 1 IS, 20; 40. Size 16 takes I'-,-- yds. 1 39-in. Embroidery tr:".r..-fer Includ- , 1 ed. i . ' Send TWKNTQ-FIVE ct-lHs George Hal!, of Pittsburgh, and . r oi»s for ihls pattern to Plin in Jennie M. united tn Smith, o marriage Delphi, were on April 34, XA.ME, A DURESS. ['centered the table of the honored j .... i Clure, chaplain of the Methodist),Pamela Young; Sandra McBeth , hospital ln r nd i a napolis, will speak ! P "' Presbyterian church, read ceremony at the home of the | bride's parents, the late Thomas j and Agnes Atkinson Smith, ot Del- j . V.N'.N'E ADAMS Loo);! See ll in the ! spring 1'attcrn Book: Semi only . iinuu.i ^....- wrs for this ?iu:i]ntf of p;i.«y-s*w siyK'3 for 111.; whole family." Also prinii'ri rlcr.'it In i!ie hook'is a I"P.::i: PATTERN Iff a smart hav.ir.il l*at^ setl j&GREEN to use o/so deans Kent-font, Sero-tone, Ttxolite, and other palnti of thl» type ._ — — . cm i .i.u^iu. i^u.. c , u «..t.._ i Hospital in inaianapou guest and bouquets of flowers and as Helen Russell: Delorls Dedt as | at the a ( tornoon ses , .TpH.nio llav: Kav Bridge as Har-!..„,„ T T ,_ r ,,v,i«»r „. bowls of yellow jonquils were used, j j ei une Day; Kay Bridge as Har-1 O ' c i oc -^ j^j s subject will be "When i Children attending were Mr. and j riett Morgan; Sharon Nice as ! Christ Controls." ;eph A. Fettig, Rockford, ; Betsy .Harrison; Carolyn Hawkins I R ccrea tlon Period Mrs. Margaret Gard. Eyria. j as Esther Hamilton; Shirley Ho-, R ecreatfon i v ill follow the close Mrs. Lillian Youns: Vir- ! . j,, . j rrg _ . nrKa rct ar. a. j as Esther Hamilton; Shirle A number or guests were enter- ; Ohio; Mr. and Mrs, Carl Weclu, and - Ke rs as guest. Refreshments \vcro served by thc hostess und her assistants,! Mrs. Marie Gregg and Mra. orlc llower. port Country Club in honor of thc Chappie. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert C. " "" ' ' ' Mr. _. .. and j.Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dougherty, served at , o j ;. G. Berkshire, Lo- gi n i a Smith as Fredcrieka Collins; and Mrs. Charles : Jane McKillip as Frances Shaught- . p 0r n m appe. r. anu . Mrs. Robert Fultz, of R°yaM silver werldlnjr anniversary of Mr. Fetti?. all of Detroit, Michigan; Centre, joined as a. new member.; and Mn , Dee Wildermuth, 2620 ! an d Mrs. Anthony Fettig. Jr.. a Miss Jane McLoughlln was a Eaat Broadwav. ! Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dougher ; East Broadway. A smorgnaboarrf tables centered with a large tiered cake, Insxirlbed with "25," Arranse- nessy. Arnetta Colsman as Carrie; Robert Schlegelmilch as J a m e s Clark; Dick Gibson as Sonny Young; Bob Ferguson as Bill Hen- - . iy Jim Stanley as Leslie Gardner; and Mrs. Bud Harder a»d Mr. and i Wayne Hi7les as Clifford Young Grandchildren attending w*re Mr. Tourist club will meet istirlbed with "25," Arrange- and Mrg . r^d Harder a»d Mr. an<l| Wa vne Hines as Clifford Young; of red baby roses were! Harold Fettig,, RocMord: Mr. and ' J)m ' Gokry &s Tony . Wayne Horn . In circles, with a branched . Mrs. c, A. Berkshire and Mr. and ; be( , k ag ^ eni . y Morgan, an d Harry mcnts of red spiral holder containing cigarettes j Mrs. William Berkshire, Log-ansport: .Mrs. Marion Taylor, 2,01 Broad-; for the guests pi aco( i within each I Mr and Mrs. Harry Gard, Jr., and j way. Monday evening ^ ...circle. ' Howard Gard. Elyria, Ohio; Rob-i A talk on "Stand biuiaet wil Gucsts wcre JtJ ._ and Mrs _ <Tohn j m D FeUIg Det rblt; be presented by Lucy Loug and i gh Mr . and Mrg . G len Miller, i LOU Wecht, Donald -^ on "Swcerllsh Modern in Design ^ al ,<i Mrs, Kd Becker. Mr. and j Robert J. Dougherty, Jr., of Logans- by Margaret Campbell. • j trg _ Norva , Brumbauc:hj Rev .. and j port. '-- " " " ' "- and Mrs. 1 of the last afternoon session, in For three years they resided at Pittsburg, where Mr. Hall operated a meat market. They moved to Delphi later and have resided at their present residence on West Main street for thirty-seven year?! are members ot the Delphi SCOUTING 01 tne last aiiemoon bHt,siuii, in Both are members ot tne jjeipni the Flora community building be-, p rc sbytorian church, where Mrs. Mrminr at 4 rvp.lnp.lf KHdon D. i VT.H C i . O^VI^.A ?« *Vto Qrtfinl ginning at 4 o'clock Eldon D- Robeson will be in charge. The evening banquet will be served by the ladies of the Methodist church at 6 o'clock. Newell as Tub'by Pitts. Sponsors for the play are Mrs. ,, iHulda Helmlck, Paul E. Newell ^s^i^ 0 - 0 '^' 5 ^' ' Mrs C. C. Relmer Dr. , , .. . mrs ^. o. ixciu.d *,.. *.-. , Great-grandchildren present were The Purity Rebekah lodge >.o. :J ^ Stantori| Harry Shoup _ Miss " Miss Rita Harder Rockford; Miss 127 will meet at ,:.,0 Friday eve-. ^^ ^ pollard. Mr. and Mrs. ! Kathy Berkshire and Misu Camy ning at the I. 0. 0. !•. hal1 - "'"'j Ham . E ( SC nbise. Mrs. Isabclle I Berkshire, Logansport. and Miss cers are asked^jo^come early. ^^ ^ ss ^^ Douglass aiid j Eima Wirth', ot Elyria, a special Miss Anna Marie Kailor. district Ima Mcycr3 ; president, of Anderson, will be it special guest at a meeting of Ivy Grove No. 41 Supreme Forest Woodman Circle at 7:30 o'clock Hall has been active in the Social j i L'nion, of which she was president j : when the new church was built, ; j She has also been active in Rose I chapter 0-E.S. Mr. Hall is a mem- The closing session Saturday , ber o{ t^ Masonic Order and the night will begin at 7:45 o'clock, j j.o.O.F. lodge. Miss Marjorle Latham, of Geet- | Mr. and Mrs. Hall are the par- ingsville, a student ot violin at the ' on ^ s O f two sons. Prof. Wilbur Rochester, New York, music school j Hall, who teaches In Findlay. Ohio, will present special numbers. i ar ,d Robert Hal!, who is associated Dr. Russell V. BolMnger, dean Girl Scntits of Troop 15 enjoyed an Easter party at the Helm street Church o£ God Monday afternoon. Games and contests were played out of doors, and a treasure hunt was enjoyed. Clues were marked by trail signs. The group later sang Easter songs, and enjoyed refreshments served in pastel Easter baskets. The game prize was won by Donna Hurlbert. r. usse . onger, ean ^.j^i his fater n as uper of students at North "Manchester | Mar ket at 123 East Franklin street. college, will give the closing address. Hi-, subject will be "Forra- I ula for Freedom." | All young people are urged i attend the entire conference. ±lflJ I W 11U LCoH-ilJ-^B *J-i * jL*vii"-,i • v"-«r -• and Robert Hal!, who is associated j The entertainment committee in- his father in Hall's Super | eluded Katliryn Cunningham,-Mary 1 Emma Drummond, and Betty Wag- Social Calendar Thursday evening nt the home of Mary Helvie, 617 Whcatland avenue. Trnnklln President Jtctlre;- March 25—(UPi- j Thursday 's p. m.—Beta Sigma Phi and Xu | ' Phi Mu party, Y. W- C. A. i S p. m.—Twia River Gals, at club i house. -S:13 p. m.—Court No. 4, Order ot; r£| ec | s Q^j -brTwilHn'm Gear Spencer became j Amaranth, 1. 0. 0. F. hall. i guest. Two grandchiidrer.. Richard Berkshire, who is on his way home from Japan, and Lt. Harry G. Berkshire and family, of Fort Knox, K.V., were unable to attend. V. F. W. Auxiliary Reveal Engagement Of Jane M. Berry Mr. and Mrs. George A. Berry,; — ————~ of Royal Centre, wish to announce) VVesleyOn Guild the engagement of their daughter,) . , . » . Jane Maxine. to Charles W. Wai- Members Attend lis, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Henry, c -r :_:_[ ' ' W. Wallis, of Evansville. I iOCriTICiai Miss. Berry is a graduate of to They dren. also have' three grandchil- St. Luke's to Hold [Thursday Service i Holy Thursday Service will be i held in St. Luke's Evangelical ! Lutheran Church on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. At this service the Sacrament of the ner. Sharon Key, Eulene Vannest and Sandra Garvcr were In charge of refreshments. Leaders are - Mrs. Lucille Emlinger and Mrs. Rose Sescat. Miss Helen Klnnear talked on the Red Cross to Girl Scout Troop No. 1 at their meeting Weduesday afternoon at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church. The girls accepted her invitation to visit HOT CROSS BUNS Royal "Centre high school and is now a sophomore at Purdue university. * A graduate of Reit.3 high school; t]le ] a( ij eg parlor ;Bellllic ^ ^^»~— -.. --, sacrificial supper was held ati Lord's Supper will be administer-j ' dda evenin . The Lenten sermon for the! — . , . . president emeritus of Franklin col- 7:30 p. m—Ivy Grove No. 41 Su- i 2ege today after resigning as presl- • prpme Forest Woodmen Circle, ! <icnt because ot his health. Spencer i Mary Helvie. has not been well since December.' 1 ' 19-16, when ho was seriously in- rriday jured in an automobile accident, 7:30 p. m.—Purity Rebekah lodge near Fort Wayne. : No. 127. I. 0, 0. F. hall. BOOSTER 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. Officers were elected at the ;' meeting of the ' V. F. W. Auxll- j !?.ry Tuesday evening at the V.F.W. ihome. i They are: president, Clarice Wilillams: senior vice-president. Mild-i . (red Talbert; junior vice-president. ' Qucuon Cecelia Bush; treasurer, Eva Saunders; chaplain, Margaret Stuart; conductress, Ethel /Graf: guard, ! Flora Mordenti, and three-year i ! trustee, Clara Hall. | j The officers will be Installed • I in special services following a; 16:30 o'clock covered dish dinner i or. April IS. Appropriate officers j will be .announced at that time. j The attendance award was pre- i sented to Marie Winn, and ballot- j .ing was held for Betty Elraore and j Onzel Cruce, two new members, j Refreshments were served to 42 members. It was announced that at Evansville, Mr. Wallis served three years in the army. He will be graduated from Purdue university itt. June. Xo date has been announced for the wedding. : lo O C1OCK. \> (iU-liebtlti^ evtjiiiiis: uu. IUK .LjGiii.cn u\.....v.- •— 1 i uy the Wesleyan Service Guild of! evening is on the theme "Calvary; the Broadway Methodist church inj Personalized." The chancel will be " decorated with lighted candles and the vested choir will sing the Texas has many huge dams, the largest being Buchanan Dam near Burnet, They furnish power " rn - • and flood control. -WEAK NERVOUS of the church. Twenty-five members attended. Outside the door to the parlor, a; service, sign, "Be Still and Know that I; Am God" set the atmosphere for; the service, which was in complete silence. The room was lighted by two sets of candelabra on either. side a white altar where Lenten; offerings were placed. A. picture! pro " i of Christ in Gethsemane was. used | back of the altar, and.appropriate music was played'by "record. A' preliminary statement was cranky'every month'? Ar« you troubled by distress of iemale functional periodic disturbances? 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Miami Ave. Drive Right to the Door Easter Candy Assortment— Chocolate Eggs 5 C -79 C (ocoanut • Plain - Marshmallow - Fruit 4 Nut •Jelly Eggs, ,!4 jb. ..-•• 10c • Marshmallow Chicks, ea 2c • Chocolate Rabbits 5c-69c Everything for Easter Light up the fashion picture with the glow of patent at your feet... and strike up - compliments by selecting Magic- Stride patent leather shoes. We have- them, for you in news-making array. W.M.GRAFFIS&SON S13 FoirtV St.

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