Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 22, 1957 · Page 34
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 34

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The WSCS of the Royal Center Methodist church met recently at the church parlors for.a birthday party. A large birthday cake decorated in lavender and white centered the linen covered table and was surrounded by twelve tapers which were lighted by Mrs. Bernice Baer for those members having birthdays in each month of the year. Mrs. Baer was in charge of the program at which time Rebecca Baer gave a reading; Mrs. Freda Campbell and daughter sang duets; Mrs. Betty Goodrich and Mrs. Pat Snider presented a skit, "Vacation Time"; Mrs. Mary Miller played accordion selections. Mrs. Lois Snider offered devotions. Refreshments were served from tables featuring scenes of each birthday month to 40 members and guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Boer, Mrs. Goodrich, Mrs. Snider and Mrs. Pearl Pugh. —sir- Owl's club will meet Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock for a cov- «red dish dinner at the YWCA. —&The 20th Century club will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Rolland Hinzer with Mrs. Adam Summer, Jr., as co-hostess. There will be a plant exchange. -•&The Ladies aid of the McNeely Memorial Christian church will meet all-day Friday at the church. Members are asked to bring a sack lunch and cleaning supplies. St. Ann study club will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock •with Mrs. Fabian Keller, "1408 North street. The Good Cheer class of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. —b- The Woman's Association of the Calvary^ Presbyterian church wil!> meet for a tea Thursday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock at the church. A mother-daughter skit •will be presented. Circle 5 will be hostess. fa Altrusa club will meet Thursday evening at 7 o'clock for a dinner and business session at the Trinity parish hall. —fr- Infant Jesus of Prague, study club of St. Joseph church met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Hubert Leslie. Roll-call was snswered with an ejaculation, and tho secretary - treasurer reports •were read. Mrs. Leslie led the recitation of the Rosary. It was announced that the club v/ill donate a bridal doll for a fall bazaar. Mrs. Ned Dwyer read •tht last chapters from the study book after which refreshments •were served. The final meeting •will be June 17. -vV- Goiden Chain circle, King's Daughters, will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Leona Parker. 822 Claude street. Members are asked to note the change of date. __-£y— Home and Hobby Home Demonstration -club members convened at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Schwartz Monday evening with 24 members attending. Pledge to the flags opened the mooting and devotions, "My Mother Said", were given by Garnett Newman, preceding group singing of the song of the month. "Women who intereset Me" was given in answer to roll call and the Safety Lesson, by Lucy Powlen. Twenty members reported they had their cars checked. The lesson on weight control •was in charge of Virginia Swartz- cil who stressed that women on diets needed large quantities of milk, protein and will power. She stated that a person would have to walk one mile in order to use 100 calories. Announcement was made that at the council meeting a talk was given by Mr. DeArmond, of Peru, who stated that after July first anyone over 3S applying for drivers licenses would be required to take A driving test. Announcement was also made that a representative from each club should attend the special interest lesson and that achievement day the club will be responsible for the place, menues and tickets. Named in charge were June Pias, Margaret Smith, Donna Lu Smith and Betty Angle. The conference at • Purdue will be held June llth through 13th. Betty Angle announced that she liad a display of hand tooled leather goods she had made in a local store, learning tho work from handicraft school. Pat Nickels gave program planning for next year and the meeting closed with a poem by the president. Prizes during the social hour went to Donna Lu Smith, and lleen Raikes. Assisting the'hostess in serving refreshments were Sue Porter and Lucille Smith. -&Walton Literary club members were guests of the Bunker Hill Lutheran club monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ethel Comerford, with entertaining rooms being decorated with summer flowers. Mrs. Horace Beckley, local president, and Mrs. Charles Comerford, guest president, introduced their club members. Recorded music was in charge of Mrs. Tom Swat- ner and Mrs. Ross Dakin. Mrs. Charles Leffert, newly elected president, introduced Miss Elizabeth Ann Love, of Camden, who gave several readings followed by a talk by Mrs. Tom Jenkins, of Kokomo, on her native home life in Chili, South America. The dining table was centered with a bouquet and lighted tapers. Mrs. Beckley and Mrs. Comerford poured from silver tea and coffee services, and refreshments were sedved to the 50 persons attending. Special guests were Mrs. B. L. Stroup, of Logansport, president of the Cass County Federation of Clubs, Mrs. Keith Kimmey, Mrs. Dee Shaffer and Mrs. Tom Swat- ner. Honorary members, and Mrs. Earl Paige. Mrs. Beckley was awarded the attendnce prize and Mrs. Ada Bowyer, secretary, distributed the new year's books. NSA Chapter Installs, Initiates At Dinner Formal installation of officers and initiation of new members highlighted the Monday evening gathering of L'Anguille chapter of the National Secretaries Association at the Ben Hur dining room. Members and guests were served dinner at tables decorated in a sipring motif, featuring Maypole centerpieces 1 and tapers ol yellow in crystal holders.. Miss Melba House, Indiana Division treasurer, oi the Lafayette chapter, gave a short talk on the Association. Miss Maryellen Thornton, president of the local chapter, conducted the initiation ceremony for new members: Miss Joan Harm, Mrs. Sally Martens and Mrs. Indiana Davidson. Installed were Mrs. Thornton, president; Mrs. Velda Mayhugh, vice-president; Miss Mary Alice Caldwell, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Charlene Jones, recording secretary; Miss Anna Mane Conroy, treasurer. Miss House conducted the rites. In charge of the evening were Charlene Jones, chairman, Velda Mayhugh and Miss Conroy. D. Of I. Holds Joint Business-Social Meet A combined social and business meeting was held by the Daughters of Isabella Tuesday evening at the K. of C. hall. Following the reading of the minutes, a quarterly report was given by the financial secretary and the treasurer. Stella Stulcof- ski, regent, gave an outline of the recent convention held at French Lick. During the social hour, games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Magdalinu Baldini, Mrs. Mary L. Robison, Mrs. Irene Holcomb, Mrs. Hosperia Ricci, Mrs. Hannah Zauss and Mrs. Bertha Lester. The door prize was won by Mary Catherine Rilten- house. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with spring flowers and lighted tapers in crystal candelabra. Tea and coffee wore served by Mrs. Faye Leffert and Mrs, Mary Pasquole. Icr; cream and cookies were also served. Catherine Weaver and her circle were in charge of entertainment. Beta Sigma Phi Committees Named At Final Meeting Jan-et Young, president of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, named her committees for the coming year at the final meeting of the season Monday evening at the YWCA dining room. Announced committees were: MEMBERSHIP, Kay English, chairman, Viola Jones, Evelyn Thomas and Doranne Heimlich; PROGRAM, 'Phyllis Eshelman, chairman, Mabel Rehwald; SOCIAL, Anita Schmidt, chairman, Dee Kitchell, Helen Robinson,- Suzanne Fielder, Margaret Smith, Ruth Jilcott, Loraine Shilling; SERVICE, Georgianna Robinson, Eileen Lyons; CARDS and FLOWERS, Marjorie Hardy, chairman, Jane Kasch, Jane Arthurhults; PUBLICITY; Vera Wolf; SCRAPBOOK, Martha Pumell, Dolores Reneway; WAYS - and MEANS, Marilyn Moore, chairman, Marilyn Herd, Mary Lou Baublit, Betty McQuinn, Donna Henry, Iris Albaugh, Joyce Blaekwood; CITY COUNCIL DELEGATES: Janet Young, Marilyn Moore, Lorainne Shilling, Margaret Smith. The "Yardstick", activity total for the year, was explained by Marjorie Hardy and announcement was made that the club had been made a three star chapter by the International sororily. Kate English reported on the Pledge Training Program to be held this summer and that State Day will be held in Brazil, Indiana, on June 9th with Marjorie Hardy as the delegate. Reservations are to be turned in to Mary Lou Baublit for the state convention at Terre Haute to be held October 17, 18 and 19th. Martha Pumell, Dee Kitchell and Vera Wolf were appointed on a committee for the alumni picnic. The program for the evening was in charge of Vera Wolf. Following the regular meeting the Exemplar Degree was given to fourteen members with Helen Robinson and Mary Lou Baublit in charge. Taking the degree were: Jane Kasch, Eileen Lyons, Martha Pumell, Georgianna Robinson, Viola Jones, Evelyn Thomas, Doranne Heimlich, Phyllis Eshelman, Mabel Rehwald, Anita Schmidt, Margaret Smith, Marjorie Hardy, Marilyn Moore and Vera Wolf. Dee Kitchell and Loraine Shilling will receive their - degrees later. Fall Bride-Elect ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry, Sr., of Star City, anounce the engagement of their daughter, Delia, to John McWherter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester McWherter, of Winamac. A fall wedding is planned. Miss Perry is a graduate of the Star City high school and is employed in the Freeman Abstract office in Winamac. Her fiance, a Winamac high school graduate,, is employed at the Steel Products company in Winamac. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Student Nurses Attend Convention Gerry Shannon and S|ieryl Vinyard recently attended the National convention of Student Nurses held in Chicago. The girls are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shannon, 1220 High street, and Mrs. Norma Vinyard, of 124 West Rosclawn. Miss Shannon was elected to attend the convention as one of three voting delegates from the state of Indiana. A total of 2,997 student nurses, representing 47 states and Hawaii, were present. Miss Vinyard attended as a" representatives from her school. Botli are 1955 graduates of the local high school and attend the St. Elizabeth School of Nursing in Lafayette. PTA Council Holds Officer Installation Installation of officers was conducted at the Tuesday evening meeting of the P-TA Council at the Roosevelt .building, marking' the final session of the term. Mrs. Frank Murray, 'chairman of the scholarship committee, announced that Council's first scholarship will be awarded to Miss Joan Nist, who will be a senior at Indiana University. The following officers were installed; Mrs. Hary Steinmetz, Jefferson' school, president; Mrs. George Wolf, Columbia, vice-president; Mrs. Charles Burns, Franklin, secretary; Mrs. Charles LaDow, Washington, treasurer. The secretary-treasurer's reports were read and report of the State convention at Indianapolis given. A leadership training workshop will be held at Indiana University June 24-26. The patrol boys' picnic will be held at Riverside park May 27 and 28, depending on the weather. St. Joseph Group To Hold Father's Night The St. Joseph Home and School Association will hold a father's night dinner Thursday evening at G:30 o'clock. Due to the extensive program and additional reservations, the event will be held at the YWCA annex instead of the dining room. All parents are urged to attend. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. The program will be presented by the men. LIKE FATHER BRUNSWICK, Me.—D. A. Gagne has nine children—all with his initials, D. A. G. THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. Reed, Interiors 217-11th St. , Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES GERANIUMS All Vcirittin t.ddlno Planti Patt*d Tomato*! V«g«tabl« Planti Tvbtrom Hootid Btgonlai All Planti or« Potted or Transplanted PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE Dial 5144 that sculptured look godd thanks to Complete Control • jeparation typo, lightly wired bra • a clean, sleek hip line from top to bottom • complete derriere and thigh coverage eliminates rolls • complete and comfortable elastic-paneled back control • fashionable scooped back • (he easiest lo wear - step in and zip up for smoothest lines ever • "all-'in-one" coverage at a torsoletl* ' price -from -#493 CORSEUTTE IN COTTON FULL FdAM CONTOUR CUPS $13.50 D cup J15.£"> APPAREL SHOP 320 Fourth Street Miss Donita Kay Peterson Bride Of Charles L. Landis At Flora weekend for Los Angeles and later go to Roswell, New Mexico, where the groom is stationed at the Walker Air Force Base. Miss Donita Kay Peterson and Airman 2nd class Charles L. Landis exchanged nuptial vows Sunday afternoon in the Flora Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson, north of Flora, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Landis, of Los Angelas, California, formerly of the city. The double ring ceremony was read -at 3 o'clock by Rev. .F. Kaye Bass before an altar banked with baskets of white gladioli, palms, and candelabra. Preceding and during the ceremony bridal music was furnished by Miss Brenda McKinley, accompanied by Mrs. Richard Lelter at the organ. Miss Margaret Sturdivant was the maid of honor and Mr. Kenneth Peterson, brother of the bride, served as best man. Master Ned Peterson, brother of the bride, was the ringbearer and carried the rings on'a white heart-shaped pillow edged with lilies of the valley. The honor attendant was attired in a street-length dress of turquoise faille, identically styled to the bride's. She wore a matching headpiece with a short veil and mitts and carried a nosegay of white rose buds. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a street- length 'dress of white crystalette over taffeta fashioned on princess lines with a v-neck line accented with imported Swiss medallions. Her elbow-length veil ot silk illusion was secured to a tiara of crystalette and medallions edged in seed pearis. She wore lace mitts and carried a white Bible covered in lace, a gift of the bridegroom, and topped with a bridal bouquet of white rosebuds from .which fell streamers knotted with pearl for- get-me-nots. Pearl Earrings wore her only jewelry. For her daughter's wedding, the bride's mother chose a 'periwinkle blue ensemble with navy and white accessories. The bridegroom's mother appeared in a navy blue dress accented with white. -Both wore white carnation corsages, Dale Peterson, brother of the and Mrs. Fern Frushour, having Wednesday Evening, May 22, 1957. Y- Teen News The Riley seventh grade Y- Teens conducted installation of new officers and a mother and daughter tea recently at the YWCA annex, marking the last meeting of the year. The color scheme of lavender and white was carried out with streamers of crepe paper throughout. The serving table was decorated in these colors and centered with a floral arrangement. Individual tables were centered with the Misses Sus Landis of Los Angeles, the bridegroom's sister, Penny Myer of Laporte, Pat Landis and Necis Ruffner, of Anderson. For traveling the bride chose a navy faille outfit with navy and white accessories and a corsage .from her bridal bouquet. Both Mr. and Mrs. Landis are graduates of the Flora School, he in 1955 and the latter of 1957. Following a short wedding trip, the couple expects to leave this I New officers installed for the potted plants which each guest! tare, received. Taking part in the installation service were 'he out-going president, Peggy Wilhelm. 'Susan DeLaney, Pam Jones, Judy Hipsher Rotary Club to Hear NAM Official Speak Fred A. Miller, assistant Midwest Division manager of the National Association of Manufacturers, will be the guest speaker at the regular Rotary club meeting at noon next Monday. Miller is a severe critic of the high income tax rates, which he calls .confiscalory and discriminatory. He has charged that the high tax rates block progress and are a threat to the nation's fu- Sociol Calendar WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m.—Alpha Kappa chap- ra School, he and pianist, Rita Moore. Mother tor, Tau Phi Lambda Ivy Grove with the class-advisors, Mrs. Jean Wyrick and!«, Supreme Forest ' Woodmen's . | Mrs. Virginia Moore, also partic-: circle,- Wheatland avenue Melh- commg year were Sherry Simpson, president; Connie Wyrick, vice-president; Carolyn Insley, secretary. Following the installation a program was presented as follows: duet by Sandra Dingman and and Pam Jones: accordion solo. Eel Club 2 Selects Topics For Programs! Program plans were discussed and subjects for programs chosen at the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Eel township home demonstration club No. 2 at the home.of Mrs. Murial Weser with the president, Mrs.. Fern Ward, in charge. Grace Knauss led the flag salu- - ., tes, and roll call was answered 1 Molller > and the song of the odist church. 7:45 p.m.—St. Vincent Holy Rosary society, Mrs. Alice Corcoran. 7:45 p.m.—Division 7, CWF, Mrs. Marjorie Drompp. 8 p.m.—Business and Professional Women, city building instead of YWCA. — A— THURSDAY 12:30 p.m. — Art Association Sandra Dilling; Karen Grace and^Hir.cheon and showing, Country Sheryle Sanders as "patience and prudence"; trio, Cathy King, Carolyn Insley and Sally Harvey; Doris Taylor, acrobat, performed; club. 1:30 p.m.—Washington township Carroll county HD club, Mrs. Triva Leffert. trumpet solo, Judy Hipsher; a, 2 p.m.—Charily Division 4, GIA reading, Connie Wyrick. ] Ladies, AFL hall. Sherry Simpson read a poem, with "my mother's maiden name.' Mrs. Adah Hedrick read the secretary's report, and Miss Frankie Kinneman, the treasurer's account. History of the song of the month was presented by Mrs. Eagan and sung by the group ceding devotions by Mrs. Esther, i same name was sung by Pam 'Jones accompanied by Rita Moore at the piano. Rita Moore then played a solo, "Bless This House." Announcements were made and DEATH TOLL CREEPS UP INDIANAPOLIS (UP) _ Indiana's 11157 traffic death 'oil. which has been running 5 to 15 per cent below last year's statistics, 0 * nd h err » Sim P so " cussing the law of love, stressing: the love of parents for their child-! """ ""'««; "•. ren. She closed with prayer. !Moore P'^'dme Jamison who rpad from Luke d:s- !p ' u 'V- " Im ?!"•"* ™"'P»°". n.cein* tho law nf lm,o .',.»«!„„. P V" Ch 3nd ct)okle S WGT6 Served with Connie Wyrick and Rita Moore presiding at the punch „, ,. t ,,.,.,., ! bowl and serving table. A social The first half of the lesson on evening and dancing were enjoy- New Drugs was given by Mrs.; e[ ] Helen Clawson from information' ^ skating party will be held given her by a nurse and nutrit- iMondayi May 27 at spencer park lomst from LaPorte district spon-| wiHl . s ] {a ting from 4 to 6 o'clock sored by the state board of health. I followed by a weiner roast. Guests The club went on record as op-! may be invited.' posed to the Court Park parking project and signed a petition to to girls with per-j climl ' ed lasl wce! < within a attendance: Judy Hipsher I whisker ° r ' he 1!)5C fatality list. Sandra Dillint;, Rita s , lale Policc said tlle lolal deaths through last Sunday midnight was 370, compared with 378 at the same time last year. Twcnty-ninu new names were added to the list last week, compared with 14 in the corresponding period of 1956. the effect. A gift was presented Mrs. Edna Buchanan, oldest mother present Read the Classified Ads HI TRI IV MEETS Hi Tri IV met Tuesday evening at the annex for the final meeting of the year will) 61 members attending the carry-in supper. A short business session was conducted by Connie Schirm, president, following the meeting. bride, registered the guests, and Robert Landis, Jr., and Jim Landis, of Delphi, cousins of the bridegroom, ushered. A reception for (10 guests was held at the home of the bride. Miss Oyler of ess assisted by Mrs. served from a table covered with a white lace cloth over turquoise satin. Turquoise and white roses entwined with huckleberry encircled the cake and punch bowl. Mrs. Bepton Holmes of South Bend, aunt of the bride, cut the four- tiered wedding cake that had been baked by Mrs. Leslie'Kleckner, of Camden, friend of the bride. Mrs. Eston Ruffner of Anderson, aunt of the bridegroom, presided at the the most children. Program planning was discussed and subjects for programs chosen. Mrs. Edith Zeig, Mrs. Minnie Austin and Mrs. Dorothy Newer were appointed on a committee to sefccf, a new vice-president. A letter was read by the president from the Red Cross inviting members to attend a supper meeting at Memorial Home on May 28th. The summer state conference was announced for June 11 through 13tli at Purdu-e and the meeting closed with the group repeating the club creed. During the social hour refreshments were served to the 32 members attending by the hostess and her assistants, Mrs. Gertrude punch bowl. They were assisted by | Eagan and Mrs. Faye Martin. "Curtain Going Up 14 .98 on Gloria Swanson 's summer chiffon Bravos to a bloused rayon chiffon that is pure enchantment. Tailored like a man's evening shirt complete with jewelled cuff links. Tucked bodice over a full, feminine bouffant skirt designed to give you a lift. It owns its own taffeta slip. 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