Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 12, 1977 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, October 12, 1977
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. . *«toMday. October a. Wfl People's Perspective •" EH Club Plans Activities Tho Pioneer Farmerette.* Kll Club mot recently nl the "Lucerne Lions Hall. David Baird answered questions from members ami guests •- concerningplants. Future activities announced include the annual Flower Show f Oct. 23 and Santa's Workshop Oct 2fi. f !\ The club members will have ;i Halloween party for their ;• children Oct. 26 at the Lucerne Lions Hall. The next meeting will Ije Oct. 20 at 7::iu p.m. at the home of .!• Janet Hannn. i! P.E.O. Sisterhood Convention Conducted Helen M. Deane. president and delegate of chapter BV of the .v P.E.O. Sisterhood, attended the convention of Supremo chapter : . in Ch icago. Sept. 2fi to 29. Approximately 1.300 delegates representing 200,00(1 members : ; in the United Stales and Canada attended the convention in . Chicago's MeCormick Place and McC'ormiek Inn. .,. Mrs. Harvey Busch. tt'illiamsville. N.Y.. president of the Supreme chapter, presided at the convention. , A special convention feature was a program of music and :'dance by students from several suburban high schools northwest of Chicago entitled "Showcase—214." Speakers at the convention were Dr. F.velyn L. Milan, president of Co Key College and Dr. John A. Howard, director of the RockfordCollege Institute. P.K.O. spouses who attended the convention were honored at a special dinner. Educational philanthropies are a prime activity of P.K.O, ' sisterhood, which was founded JOB years ago at Iowa Wesley an ' College, Mount. Pleasant. Iowa. The educational fund has " provided nearly $11 million in loans lo more than 1H.500 women 'seeking financial a id for education. International Peace Scholarships are provided to foreign ' students to enable them <o pursue graduate study in the United ' States and Canada. Cottey College of \evada. Mo. a fully accredited two-year '• college for women, has been owned and operated by the P.E.O. ' Sisterhood since 11)27. c '• American Legion Auxiliary Meets Ethel Miller, scholarship chairman, was in charge of the • program at a recent meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary ' Unit N'o. 60. She stressed the importance of the use of the public library lor ' furthering education. Ruth Quinn. membership chairman, asked for help on ' membership in hopes of reaching the goal by Saturday, which is • the Presidents' and Secretaries' Conference in Indianapolis. A report of the Auxiliary second district meeting in Pierceton • was given by Frances Cart, recording secretary. The Pharoe-Trtbune. Logwwport, Ind.—S Connelly-Hitchens United In Marriage Choices She Can't Say'Yes' By KAREN BLAKER. Ph. D. DEAR DR. BLAKER - I seemed to be incapable of saying no. It's not jusl to friends who ask favors of me, but lo everyone, even sales people. I'm always getting talked into doing things I don't really want to do, at times that are inconvenient for me. Or I'll buy things I can't afford, don't really like or need. What's my problem? DEAR READER - Your problem is that you can't say YES — yes to tlie people you want to see, yes to the things you want to do. The question is how you lost the sensitivity to your needs and desires and established a pattern of giving that control to others. It was probably a pattern that was rewarded in your family when you were young. Were you the most "lovable" wiien you were sensitive to others, ignoring your own needs and desires? This pattern could have begun to cause you problems when you started making close friends outside your family. Many people have unfavorable reactions to someone who is as "other- oriented" as you describe yourself. People may wonder if you are desperate for friends. Why else would someone be so nice in order to keep friends around? People may also fee) so much in debt to you (with all your giving jmd sensitivity) that they have 'to withdraw from you. You make them feel inadequate. And did you even consider that always putting the'other person before oneself might be selfish" It looks opposite but it isn't really fair to always be on top of the situation by denying others the pleasure of giving to you, before you do them a favor. You indicate that you can't decide what you want to bay for yourself. This is probably a result of having let others define who you are as a person. You can avoid anger from others by making yourself in their image, but you lose any clear picture of yourself. Begin to 'gain more knowledge about yourself: Of the people you see, who do you really like?" Why? What do you really like to do? These questions will be difficult to answer at first. But YOU will emerge. Some people will like you; others will not. But you'll like yourself! Write to Dr. Blaker in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York NY 10019. Due to volume of mail she cannot reply personally, but questions of general interest will be discussed in future columns. KailK'i'ir.e .Inann I'onnelly and William Randolph "Randy" Hitchens were married Saturday during a !::«! p.m. ceremony at the First Wayne Street United Methodist Church. Fort Wayne. The Rev. 'Merlynn t'ox officiated at the , double ring service. Music was provided by John Loessi. organist, and Kevin Langan. soloisl. Parents of the couple arc Dr. and Mrs, Jerry Connelly. Fort Wayne, and Mr, ami Mrs. William T- Hilchens. 517 W, Broadway. The bride's honor atlendant was her sister, Karen Connelly. Fort Wayne. Bridesmaids were Pam McKinney, sister of the groom, Camden: Donna Barr. Fort Wayne: Linda Behnke. Wesf Lafayette; and Debbie Provost. Pittsburgh. Pa. Jerry March. .Noblesvillc. served as best man. Groomsmen were. Steve Myers. Lafayette: Keith Connelly, brother of the bride. Fort Wayne: Dr. Steve Snyder. cousin of the groom. Bryon Center, Mich.: and-Bill Von- drcau. Fort Wayne. • Patty Hitch-ens, sister of the groom. Logansport, was guest registrar. • : Given, in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white poly organza - princess-style gown. The gown featured a high, rolled neckline and long, fitted sleeves of English not- lingliam lace and a chapel twin. The bride also wore .a fingertip veil and an attached blusher which were edged in English nntiingham lace: Her flowers were a cascade arrangement of three orchids surrounded by roses and ivy. Her attendants wore gowns of burgundy polyester knit slyled with spaghetti strap bodices. The gowns featured matching chiffon capes edged in satin ribbon Each attendant, wore a burgundy picture hat. . - A reception was hosted at the Pine Valley Country Club. Foil Wayne, for approximately :!50 guests. • . A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents at the Hospitality Inn, Fort Wayne. Mrs. Kitchens is a graduate of R. Nelson Snider High School, Fort Wayne, and the Purdue University school of pharmac\ She is a member of Zeta Tuu Alpha fraternity and is a registered pharmacist with Walgreens. Fort Wayne. Her husband, a graduate of Logansport High School, is also a graduate of the Purdue School of pharmacy. He is a member of Bcla.Sigma Psi fraternity and is a registered pharmacist with Revco, FortWayhc. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple will reside at 5120-12 Stpnehedge." Foil Wayne. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Slumped Muscles; Fat Deposits Lead To Bulges • Onward Grange Installs New Officers Woodrow Valentine, worthy stale master, and his wife, . Rickie, installed the new officers for the Onward Grange at a recent meeting. The installing team consisted of Carl Wilson, acting master; • Betty Frey, chaplain; Rose Dillon, regalia bearer; Cora Lohrman, emblem bearer: Valentine, installing master: and Mrs. Valentine, marshal. The fudge contest winners were Betty Wilson, first place; Alice Kersey, second place; and Margarite Little, third place. All three places will go to the State Session, Jeffersonville, Oct. 21 to 25. Grain show winners were Ronald Franlz and Ellen Franlz, car corn; Franu and Aduline Price, shelled corn; Mrs. Price, wheat; and Frantz, stalk of beans. The next meeting will be a chili supper Oct. 20, Grange members are to bring a salad or dessert, Shirley-Franks Wed Babctte Shirley and Michael Franks, a former Logansport residenl, were married Friday at the Holy Angels Church, Sturgis, Mich. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Franks, formerly of Logansport. A 1B7G graduate of Logansport High School, Franks is employed as the shoe department manager at 3D Discount Store, Sturgis. Following a one-week wedding trip, the couple will reside at 217 Susan St., Sturgis. Try Down East Supper Pie For Variety Bulges on a woman's outer thighs are often called "saddle bags." The only trouble is they are on the woman instead of the saddle. This figure defect spoils Triany otherwise lovely silhouettes. These protrusions are usually combinations of slumped muscles and deposits of fat. Even if a woman is not overweight she may have these deposits, as fat has a tendency ..to accumulate over lazy muscles and the average person does not use the ones in question very strenuously. If you have too many pounds you must count calories as well as exercise. Your thighs will shrink like the rest of vou. However, as you lose weight exercise is necessary lo bring • your measurements .into lovelier ration. Do the following exercises regularly and I promise you results.' — Lie on your back on the floor, arms resting on the floor at your sides, Keep your knee stiff as you make big circles with your left leg. Circle outward, moving the leg forward- upward, then as far out lo the side as possible' and down to place. Continue circling, making the circles as large as you can. After a while rest your left leg and do the same thing with your right leg. — Lie on the floor on your left side. Place your right hand on the floor for balance. Your body should remain in a straight line from head lo loe as you raise your right leg straight"up as far .as you can. Lower leg. Do this 12 times. Turn on your right side and do the same thing with your left leg. ' — Lie on the floor on your back. Bend both knees and place your feet flat on the floor fairly close to your hips. Lift your heels from the floor and keep them off while you roll your hips from side to side, slapping your thighs on the floor at the end of each roll. Do this brisklv. For your copy of the free leaflet. "Hip Exercises." send a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request to Josephine Lowman, in care of this newspaper. By AILEEN CLAIRE NBA Food Editor " A hearty different dish for • Saturday night supper often c means a pot of chili, baked beans and Boston brown bread, spaghetti or build-it. yourself sandwich Fixings o for snacking before the TV :. set. . Change that menu occasionally with a Down East ,, supper pie. This combines , sausages and oysters with a ,. biscuit crust and is easy to ', make. Serve with a tossed * green salad or a fruit salad = and hot cups of tea prepared '' just right in a wanned tea : pot from freshly drawn cold '• water brought to'a full, rolling boil. Tea is at its best {Nutrition Notes W&£ffii&*ttfS£*fif{&Xtff&3ff%. Frozen, dehydrated and canned foods, to a great extent. have replaced home preserved and "fresh" foods that used to make up the bulk of our diet. ^However, the nutritive value of ''these foods is not that much '''different from their fresh ''counterparts. In other words, tfie nutritive value is available 'to us but it is our food selection which is having an impact on our overall nutrition. :' : Announcements when using one teabag or one teaspoon of loose tea for each serving and letting the covered pot brew for three to five minutes. DOWN EAST SUPPER PIE 3/4 pound braafcfatl uutaga I c»n (I «.) oy«lar» (about 12) 11/2 eupt Diicult mix Cook sausages until nicely browned, about 15 minutes, and drain on paper towels. Drain oysters, saving liquid. Place oysters in buttered 9- inch pie plate. Stir 1/3 cup oyster liquid with fork into biscuit mix to make a stiff dough. With dough on floured surface, pat it with hands to make a 9-inch round to fit pie plate . bottom. Carefully place over oysters. Lay cooked sausages on top of dough to make an attractive pattern. Press sausages down into dough so they are half submerged. Bake in preheated 375 degree oven until biscuit is golden brown; about 30 minutes. Cut into wedges and serve hot. Makes 6 servings. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. I Mrs. Newcomb Honored Martha A. Newcomb, BJ2 W. Linden Aye., was honored at a surprise party at Zoubul's Oasis recently. In honor of the anniversary of her Both birthday, Ihe party was given by her daughter, Virginia Gergel of Chicago. • Mrs. Newcoml) has three children, Ann Wright and Roger .Newcomb, both of Indianapolis. Makeup marvel • Makeup color's for those with red hair should include coppers, plums and wines. and Mrs. Gergel, nine grandchildren •. ; and f vfive great- grandchildren. , Approximately 5(1 relatives and friends attended the celebration. ENTER First and Third MONDAY EVERY MONTH Bookketpiflg— S C«vms IncMt: I.B.M. OPTION Day and Evening Classes Wr'l* Of PROM -for fauHOVM KOKOMO BUSINESS COLLEGE Kokwno Maine Taylor Streets Mi.45*-5MI No. AC 0075 Down East supper pie If an eosy-to-make but different dish Household Hints ; s SUNDAY The Whirly-Twirlers square dance group will conduct a modern square dance at 6:30 p.m. at the 10OF Hall. Delphi. War Movie ; BUENOS AIRES, Argentina '(UPI) - Producer Joseph Levine and director Richard Attenborough visited Argentina to promote the opening of their film "A Bridge Too Par." To keep the vacuum cleaner functioning efficiently . and conserve energy 1 , empty or replace bags frequently. Eliminate unnecessary vacuuming and floor polishing. Use hand equipment rather than power equipment when practical. Development preventive maintenance practices-. Routine checkups and servicing will prevent greater problems later,, suggests Ezelle Johnson. Purdue University extension home furnishing specialist. COM! IN AND BE A WINNER! 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