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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 15, 1957
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Saturday Evening, June 15, 1957. COMMITTEES NAMED AT GENERAL WSCS MEET AT WHEATLAND CHURCH Committees were named at the Thursday evening general meeting of the WSCS of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church with .the president, Dorothy Beldon, * in charge. "Winning the World for Christ" •was the topic of the devotions by Anna Hyman. The program was in charge of Blanch Coehley, missionary secretary, who introduced Mrs. Oscar Rees, of Wabash, who spoke on her missionary work in India and showed colored slides. Announcement was made that a reception for the new minister, Rev. Weigand, to be held June 23rd at 6.:30 p.m. with a carry-in dinner in the church parlor. During the session it was also voted to hold an ice cream social and the meeting closed with the Lord's prayer. Refreshments were served by the "Ever Ready" circle with Thelma Benjamin and Florence Buchanan presiding at tea and coffee services. Memorial Service Highlights Meeting Of Amaranth Court 4 A memorial service for members deceased during the past year was conducted at the regular stated meeting of Logansport Court No. 4, Order of the Amaranth, Thursday evening at the IOOF hall with Royal Matron Clara Conrad arid Royal Patron "Theodore Lipscomb presiding. Following the ritualistic opening a memorial service was held for Past Grand Royal Matron Tillie Snyder and Edna Stark, with the altar being draped and the Royal Matron placing a bouquet of roses on the altar in their memory, with Grctchen Smith, secretary, as eulogist. ' During the business meeting, installation was held for Velda Mayhugh, who was installed as musician, and Esther Slagle, • as sentinel for the ensuing year. El- I Committees named during thelbert York, of Peru, a Pasl Grand Budget and fi-l Royal Patron, was the installing Girton, chairman' officer, and Iva York was ' in- meeting were: nance: Myrtle nnd Florence Buchanan: Vina Kowley, Missionary education; Barbara Collins, Christian social Relations; Kay Cowley, Promotion secretary; Mary Fisher, Local church activilies; Polly Carbaugh, chairman of Ruth Circle; Marjorie Personette. chairman, of Naomi circle; Dorothy Beldon,. Hie reception for the Grand Royal stalling marshal with Harvey Hesler as 'aide to the marshal. These two officers were duly installed and escorted to their stations. The secretary read several invitations for members to attend, which were: Saturday, July 15, president of the three •, Matron Nell Scott at the Peru I Civic Center, at 8 p.m., and the general circles. Also program committee: Marie Novak; chairman, Vina Cowley, Barbara Collins, Ruth Fickle, El- zcne Waters and " Betty Cox; Chairmen and vice-chairmen of circles: Promotion and Membership—Kate Cowley, chairman; Dorothy Morgan and Blanche Cockley; Christian Social Relations: Barbara Collins, chairman, Hetty Cox.' and Flora Jane Stewart; Spiritual life: Ruth Fickle, chairman, Dolores Smith, Zora Grahm; reception Patron, Carl the Grand Harlsough, Royal in Indianapolis, on June 30. There will be training school for officers at South Bend, which was also announced at this time. All mem- sessions. Reports from Grand Court in Miss Crutchfield And James M. Cranfill Marry At Frankfort Announcement has been made of the marriage of Roberta Kathleen Crutchfield Cranfill at and' James Martin the First Christian MISS ELEANOR ANN TROY BRIDE IN CHURCH CEREMONY THIS AFTERNOON church in Frankfort on Saturday, June 8, with the Reverend James Brown officiating at the double ring service. Glavis Crirtchfield gave his daughter in marriage and Frances Crutchfield attended her stepdaughter as matron of honor. For her wedding Ihe bride wore a navy sheath dress with matching duster and navy and white accessories. Her flowers were ofj pink and white carnations. I Ruth Crutchfield, mother of the 1 bride, attended in a beige dress. with brown accessories and wore| a pink carnation. Attending the ceremony were Judit'h Ann Crutchfield, sister of the bride, Frankfort, Mr. and! Mrs. Joseph Perfetto and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Brady, of Logansport. | The bride is the daughter of Ruth Crutchfield, Avenue, Frankfort 854 McKinley and Glavis Crutchficld, 908 N. Sixth Street, Logansport. She is employed at Spencer's Super Market in Frankfort. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Madina Wheat of Muncie, and is employed at General Tire and Rubber Company, Logansport. The couple resides at lllO'/i Spear street, city. Silver Anniversary Celebrants Honored Indianapolis at Ihe Claypoal Hotel on May 20, 27 and 28, were; A ,-. . r-, given by Ihe Royal Matron, Iva|At buipriSe Party Gretchen Smith, Elbertl Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watson, who York, and the Royal Patron. Sev- celebrated their silver wedding an- Local church activities: e.-al other members from the Fisher, chairman, Myrlie Girton, Kay Cowiey, Eleanor Bell and Helen Siferd; Student work: Haze! Michael; Evelyn Walls and Frances Smith; Youth Work: . Thelma Benjamin, chairman; Polly Carbaugh and Gladys Morris; Literature and publications: Klzene Waters, Joan Foster, and Evelyn Wolf; Supply Work: Ruth Cordon, chairman, Marie Kirkpatrick and Elizabeth Kerns; Status of Women: Betly Cox, Helen Michael, Lulu Carter. The nominaling committee: Blanche Cockiey, Pearl Wilhdm, Eve/yn Wolf, Kay Cowley, Helen Michael, nnd Marjorie Personette; Kitchen Committee: Mrs. Naomi Douglass and Mrs. Burnice Wood; cochairmen, Mrs. Lidia Boatman, Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Temple and Mrs. Alice Hershberger. Publicity, Jane Puscy, chairman, Jane Lindley assistant. Gretchen Smith on the com- Mary , c . 3urt attended part of theses ses- Following the meeting, refreshments of sandwiches and coffee and mints were served in the clubrooms, with the Royal Matron and mittee. The next meeting will be July 11, at which time grand appointive officers from the court will be honored. They are Iva York, 'Grand Lecturer, Gretchen Smith, assistant senlalive lo the state ol New York, and Grace Ritlen. house, deputy grand royal matron During the meeting, the Royal matron extended congratulations to these now grant! officers. Main Street WSCS Names Committees Committees for the year were named at the Wednesday evening meeting of the Main street WSCS at the home of Mrs. Jennie Sanders, with the president, Gladys Jenkins, in charge. Ellen Rammell, vice-president, introduced the topic of the worship service, "Declare His Glory", which was prescnled by Lucille Gregory. Viola Whiteman presented a piano solo. Eulcta Hand was in charge of Ihe program, "WSCS Work In the Philippines" and was assisted by 3'lllen - Rammel, Allcne Dubose, ])eloros Nicol, Jessie Kinsey. Pal niversary recently, were honored at a surprise party at their home, !)14 Helm street, by their daughters. Cards and refreshments were enjoyed during the evening by Ihe following guesls: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kingery, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Slifer and family, Mr. and Mrs Paul Walson, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Walson, Mr. and Mrs. William ID. Watson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morrow and daughter, Mr. and son, Mrs. James Kinnaman and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yocum, Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. "George Gollx, and Mrs. Charles Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. John Reed and son, Mr. and Mrs. Mike i Honor Sue Knapp, Bride-Elect, At Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Sue Knapp, bride-elect of Robert Jones, of Young America, I was honored at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening at the basement of the Salem Methodist church by members of the WSCS. Carder, flowers decorated the entertaining rooms, and a blue and white umbrella was suspended above the lace-covered" gift table. j Pink streamers extended from the ! umbrella to the table. i Each guest presented Miss j Knapp with her favorite recipe. A contest was won by Ethelene Robinson, who gave her gift to the bride-elect. , Present were Lois Jump, -Haze! Morgan, Ruby Noel, Evelyn Williams, Margaret Jump and daugh- j ter, Xorma Winters, Ella Crock: ott, Gladys Jump, Ethelene Robin, son, Helen Ennis, Bernice Davis, Adda Kay, Alice Crcc, Josephine ; Snider, Esther Sprinkle, Ethel Snider, Garnet Cripe, Mrs. Cora St. Ama.nd, Bertha Lou Segrist, Joyce Cripe, Patty James, Bc.-sie Kitchell, Leona Bailey, Jane Lybrook, Louanna Shanks, Marie Campbell, Laura Marshall, Gcne- vieve Medbourn, Betty House], Frances DeHaven, Mabel Greid-er, \ Maude Wilson and Maggie Crcc. ' Refreshments were served by the committee in charge: Mary Burrous, Maggie Cree, Garnet Cripe and Joyce Cripe. Favors : wore miniature wheelbarrows to I which were attached lace ubbrel- las. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thret Margaret Woo I pert To Attend Mission School At Albion Mrs. Margaret Woolpert, of 3126 North Pennsylvania, avenue, will leave Monday morning to attend the North Central Jurisdiction School of Missions at Albion college, Albion, Michigan, to be conducted through Saturday, June 22. Approximately 300 to 400 women will attend, representing 17 conferences from nine states, North and South Dakota/Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. The school will enable women attending to teach mission studies for the coming year to ail members of the WSCS of the Methodist church. Mrs, Woolpert, secretary of Promotion, will be the only lady attending the conference from Logansport and will, the following week, assist with classes and direct a clinic at Epworth Forest, Lake Webster, beginning June 24th, which is for all Methodist church women of the North Indiana Con- BRIDE-ELECT ENGAGED— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Thomas, of Lebanon, Indiana, announce the- engagement of their • daughter. Faye U> Ronnio Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert R. Morris, of Lebanon, former local residents. _, .No date has been set for the wed- The conference at Albion is one jing. of six such schools of Missions lo be held throughout the United istates during the next few weeks. h Thomas has attended Ilia won Art School in Indians urng e nex ew wees. f . , „,. h , ,, ,, „ /apolis. Her fiance is employed as ; Ihe program at iMWorlh Forest | molion alld lime slm|y observcr . lt Pohlman Studio MRS. WILLIAM WAYNE PIPPENGER was Kiss Eleanor Ann Troy prior to the couple's marriage during a single ring ceremony Ihis afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Calvary Presbyterian church with the Reverend Harold J. King officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Troy, of 11)27 High street, and the bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne G. Pippenger, of Muncie. Twin seven-branch candelbra, boncjiiels of white gladioli anil palms banked the altar where the couple repealed their vows. Patricia McNamara, of Peru, was Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. .Jerry Drummond, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watson., Local HD Chorus Attends Conference Eighteen members of the Cass county Home Demonstration Chorus went to Purdue University Wednesday to participate in the Indiana Mr. and" Mrs. Jack Fultz and fam- UD State conference. soloist and was accompanied by Nancy Jackson, organist, when A telegram of congratulations 1 she sang "You'll Never Walk was received from a nephew, Char-; Alone," "I Love Thee" and "The '.on Kingery, who is vacationing in i Lord's Prayer." Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Watson re-'Altcndnnls Miss Jane Troy was maid of honor for her sister ar.d bridesmaids were Miss Helen Viney, route "I. city, and Miss Janet ceived many gifts. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. John Watson,' ,,,. . |i'X and Miss Marilyn 'Hciny. Mr.;-,,.„.,.,,,.,.,,,„,. ,, r Tmli'imnnli<! Ihe chorus .sang a special num- 1 a ,,d Mrs. Watson were married * achtilct - cl ' " r Indidi.apolis,. her, '0' Lovely World" and then J unc i, 1932, at Ihe parsonage of were present for the one and one the Ninth slreet Christian church half hour mass rehearsal at 5 by the Reverend Carroll. They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Bryan p.m. The evening program featured over 2,000 voices of chorus members throughout Ihe entire stale and started al 7.30 p.m. Thi.s program was presented the Hall of Music. Charles Pippcngcr, of Muncie, was his brother's best man. and ushers were John Mohr, of Brook, and Mrs. June Drummond. June 22nd at 2:05 p.m. Chorus members going from Cass county were: Mrs. Emma Am- lhaui.-r, director, Mrs. Ruby Raikc-s, piani.st, Stella Fonts, Lucille Nicholson, Clara Conrad, Alma Hoov- Indiana; Rod Rhca, South Bend; Roger Pippenger, brother of the bridegroom, Muncie; and Donald Noycs, of Thornville, Ohio. Escorted lo the altar where she was given in marriage by her lather, Ihe bride appeared in a gown of while embroidered organdy, designed with a fitted iM-ankfort home of' h()dk . e bnl(lall , lock | ino ant ] s |, or t sleeves. While orgnndy mitts of elbow-ieng'Ji matched the gown. The bouffant' skirt featured three Anoka WSCS Meets !At Frankfort Home w-crnl lo the Estella Rune Wednesday for an all-day meeting. A covered dish dinner was served to 21 members at noon. by "Prayer of Challenge" by Josephine Schrader and the benediction by Mae Miller. The nominating committee for County Chorus for the coming year Kusser, president; Mary Batch, vice - president; Mildred next year was named as follows: I Snider, secrclary-trcasurer and 3'iit Jenkins, chairman; Lucille Cregory, and Allcne Dubosc. The following committees were •appointed by the president: membership—Edna Caldwell, chairman; Helen Walkins, Marjorie Spietcl, Lucille Gregory, and Xclma Dun- liam; Spiritual life—Frances Stcin- inel/., chairman; Jennie • Sanders •and Zelma Dunham: Sunshine Committee — De-lores Nicols and Wynona Spietel and local activ- ities—Kva Yeater. chairman, Florence Wood. Estella Tyner and Viola Whiteman. The July mceling will bo a picnic at Fairview Park on the 10th. Gladys Jenkins gave closing prayer and refreshments were served by the hostess and hcr assistant, Catherine Sanders. John E. Hoffman To Wed Delphi Girl In Ceremony August 25 Mr. and Mrs. Truman Spitler, of route 4, Delphi, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Connie Lee, to John E. Hoffman, son of Ituv. and Mrs. Ralph Hoffman, (if KI7.7 George street, city. Miss Spitler was graduated from the Delphi high school with the class of 1954 and attended Manchester college for two years. For the past two years she had been employed by the Farm Bureau Insurance Agency in Delphi, Her fi- imce was graduated from Gilead high school in 1954 and will be a senior at Manchester college this fall. The wedding will take place on August 25. Flora McClurc, reporter. The Chorus has recently purchased new robes to be used for future engagements. Mrs. Kcsser announced that beginning this fall Chorus practice- will be on Monday evenings instead of the Saturday afternoons as it has been in years past. By changing the practice day, the chorus is striving for more music- minded women in the county to join the chorus. AM VETS HOf.D MKETINO ANDERSON (UP)—A three-day convention of the Indiana Amvets Margaret Uonforl.h was a guest, and hostesses were Betty Fryc, El- Ruse. Mrs. est-r.ted the Mrs. Fryc, business Jones, Mar-i garet Frushoiir, Edna Sixby, Mil-' dred Fryc, Mrs. FranU and Gladys Hopper to the shower com- millee; and Ruth Sholly, and Blanch Guard lo the flower com- miltoe. Rachel Keener is reporter. Fete Barbara Moon On Seventh Birthday Mrs. Bcrnice Moon, route 4, entertained in honor of her daughter, Barbara Kllcn, recently on her seventh birthday. Games and contests were on- joyed with prizes going to Ann MatDcr, Muffel. Schumacher and Bridgbt McGrath. A color scheme of pink, green and yellow was carried out in the entertaining rooms and favors of hats, balloons and candy marked tiers of ruffles ending in a ciiapel- ler.gth train. The two tiered vnil of imported silk illusion was secured In a scalloped crown trimmed wilh pearls. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of fugi mums. Identical Gowns The bridal attendants were attired in identical ballerina-length gowns of crystalctle fashioned with fitted bodices, scoop necklines nnd bows with slrcnmcrs in the back. Their pearl-trimmed cryslaletto headbands secured small circular veils. They carried banquets ol rubrum lilies. Miss Troy's gown was of sea foam groen, and the bridesmaids were altired in mauve. For her Mrs. Troy daughter's selected a wedding, gown of powder blue organza featured a scoop neckline bordered with embroidery. Her hat of featthcrs was in two tones of blue. The bridegroom's mother chose a gown of shell pink lace over crepe accented with a picture hat trimmed with pink roses. Both mothers wore corsages of rubrum lilies. A reception was held at the Ben Hur following the ceremony. The serving table was covered with white organdy and gariands of greenery. Centering it was a three tiered wedding cake decorated with yellow roses and topped with a basket of daisies. Hostesses were Miss Arlene Klar, Mrs. Eli Coats and Miss Nancy Tansclle, of Indianapolis, and Mrs, William Thornton, of Bloomington. Michigan Trip For traveling the bride has selected a green silk dress with a white hat and black patent leather accessories. Following a trip to Crystal'' Lake in northwest Michigan, the couple will reside at 115 Harold street, Midland, Michigan. The bride, a local high school graduate, was graduated this month from Indiana University where she was a member of Delta Delta sorority. She also attended Butler University. She plans lo teach elementary school in the fall. The bridegroom, a 1950 graduate of Indiana University, is also a 1950 graduate of the Culver Military Academy. He is cm- ployed as a research chemist with the Dow Chemical company in Midland, Michigan. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) BRIDGE RESULTS The Women's Duplicate Bridge club met Thursday evening at the YMCA for maslerpoint night with six tables in play. Winners were Mrs. Clay Morris and Mrs. Richard Cnmblin, first; Mrs. Earl Ray and Mrs. Gone Strange, second; Mrs. Banchc DcYoe and Mrs, Edith Longnecker, third; Mrs. A. T. Lyhrook and Mrs. Robert David, fourth. Muyor Selln nrli'Jgc IIUEYAPAN DE CAMPO, Mexico (UP) — Indignant townspeople accused Mayor Primitive Rios today ,of tearing down the lown's principal bridge and selling its limbers to strangers. opened here Friday. James R. Beasley, assistant superintendent of the Indiana Reformatory, will give the keynote address lo Ihe group al the closing session Sunday. each place, and refreshments of ice cream, cake and lemonade served to the following invited guests, Nancy Morton, Belsy Reap, Jill Snyder, Muffct Schumacher, Ann Mather, Bridget McGrath, _ Mary Frances Shilling, Elsie Quil- 11)1 YEARS OLD !' cn - "ccky Spib.noglc, Nancy Jean MICHIGAN CITY (UP) - Mrs. Wright, Patti Jo Moon, Martha Laura Henry, Michigan City's old- <" a " tv1 ' Col)b and Boh Youn « and cst resident, loclay observed her | ^^^; ^|; b ^a_Ellen_ received 101st birthday anniversary quietly ""'"""'" members of her immediate family. FASHION BEAUTY SHOP ONLY PERMANENT! with toft nngloti INCIUDES CUTTING STYLING CREAM SHAMPOO 9 Til 6 No Appointment Nnceitary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 314Vi Peorl St. Ph. 20111 $4,95 OTHERS TO J25 ma ! l y n , 1CL ' glfts - Mrs ' Hc ' len Wri K ht asslstcd Mrs ' Moon "> hospital!- DIAL 5144 Ploasant Hill Groenhouio SUMMER CLASSES START JUNE 17 * GREGG SHORTHAND * TYPING * BOOKKEEPING * ACCOUNTING Complete Secretarial, Stenographic, Bookkeeping and Accounting Courses. •fa Individual Progress Method of Instruction- •yhr Free Employment Servica to Graduates. We invite you to visit the school for a discussion of your pl-ans and to complete your arrangements to enter school. INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE Barnes Office Bldg. Phone 4276 Logansport St. Luke's Women Of Church Hostess To Grace Ladies St. Luke's Women of Ihe Church entertained ladies of the Grace Lutheran church and other friends at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. Mervin Wilson, program chairman, welcomed guests, and each was introduced. Mrs. Raymond Etnire offered the devotions. Miss Nancy VanAllen, church organist, presented a piano selection and Mrs. Cecil Lane sang a solo, accompanied by Miss Carol Carson. Mrs. C. J. Boone, of Buffalo, Indiana, was the guest speaker. Mrs. Sam Helvie, president, announced September 29-October 4 as Ihe dale for the Lutheran Evangelism mission in this area. The next meeting will be in September when residents of Mulberry Home will be entertained. Punch and cake were served from a table covered with light green silk damask and centered with a bouquet of pink roses, flanked by lighted tapers in candelabra. The hospitality committee in charge included: Mrs. Carl Lux, chairman, Mrs. Elmer Chambers, Mrs. Merle llomburg, Mrs. Keilh Kuns, Clara Ann Snyder, Mrs. Elmer Buffer, Mrs. Mary Groningcr, Florence Horstman, Mrs. Vern Stephens, Mrs. Ted Young, Mrs. Effie Bcall and Mrs. V. A. Burton. will be School of Missions of Ihe | Woman's Society of Christian Service under Ihe theme of "Till Christ j Shall Dwell in Every Heart" with ;thc morning session beginning al 8 ,m. Among other classes, Miss Marie Adams, missionary of Fortville, Indiana, will have Japan, Mrs. Jasper Cox, Methodist pas-1 tor's wife of Crown Point will have "Christ, the Church ar.d Race," and Mark will be taught by Mrs. Merrill McKall, of Bloominglon, Methodist pastor's wife. The Sunday morning worship at !0:30 a.m. will be with Dr. Samuel i Enoch Carrulh, of the Indiana Commercial Fillers Corporation. In the fall he will attend Ihe Lane Technical Institute in Indianapolis. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Delegates To Girls' State Instructed Girls' Slate representative and alternates me'. Friday evening at the home of Mrs. I. C. Sherman, local Girls' State chairman, for '.be final instruction session pi\>„ .. ,vious to leaving for the Hoosior Groencaslle, ^.- , , r.. . , , ]• ,. . . , ,. , . , • .Gins Sno al lnri. r jn;i t'nn'cr^nv Indiana, and Sunday evening aml| , during the week, Dr. Harold Eaton j K| g" ; duv - s "' citizenship train- of Slroudsbiirg, Pennsylvania, will' ">K »ill ac- conducted by the Abe speaker. Daily morning Bible "H'rican Legion Auxiliary, De- Icclures will be given by Dr. partinent of Indiana. Wyatt Aikun Smart, Professor. Present were Sandra Ulbrioh, Emeritus, Candler School of Thcol-'Susanne Smith, Judy Linii. Ellen ogy, Emory University, Georgia. Kanu-r and respective alternate's. During the same period a Young'Margaret Huff, Jan E:scr! ar.d Peoples Missionary camp, spoil-1 Doris Fry. sored by the Woman's society, and a Laboratory School for church school teachers will be held. Sybil Sumrow To Be Wed In California Miss Sybil Sumrow and John Richard Maticicli will be married Saturday, June 22, according to an announcement by the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Sumrow, of Vancouver, Washington. Mrs. Sumrow is the former Helen Kirkpatrick of Delphi. The wedding will take place at St. Charles Catholic cliurcb in North Hollywood, California. Miss Sumrow is nn elementary teacher the North Hollywood schools. Hcr fiance is an electronics research engineer in the guided missile division of Douglas Aircraft. Both are graduates of Washington Stale college. Moose Women Vote On Three Candidates Three new candidates were accepted for membership in the Women of the Moose at the Wednesday evening meeting at the hall with Freida Cerluch, senior regent, in charge. Mary Bauur acted as chairman of the membership chapter ni;:hl. Marjorie Girlon and Maxine Brown gave readings. Candidates Maxinc- Brown and Jackie Rinegardt were initialed. Balloting was held and three candidates elected to niem- ibership wen- Ella Williams, Thelma Doran and Klnir.c Gerlacli. The .):•. Graduate Hegenl I!one; va licall gnve her ivpurt on UK! bake sale and also presented the two academy of friendship co, workers who took their degree this year with thi-ir friendship rings. They were Nellie Smith and Frci- da Gerlacii. The annual dinner will be held this coming week. Annuiiiicenienl was made Ihal a rummage sale would be held Sal- urday, June 22nd with Mabel Williams as chairman. Marjorie Girlon reported on UK.' card .sale and anmmnci'd there were still cards available. Installation of officers was announced In be held June 2H!h with llic informal riles lo be in charge of the College of He.genls. Those reported ill were Dorothy HeaK, Honk- 1, and Emma Downs, Memorial hospital. Repre.sent:dives are sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary, Unit GO, El'OE Mo. Gil and tlio Junior Chamber of Commerce. Jean Winn and Barbara N'ovalt who attended in I!l5(i. were present lo assist in the instruc'.ion and information. Personals Miss Lucille Snow, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, who is visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Norman T. Snow, R. R. 1, Logansport, has been admitted as a patient a! Memorial hospital. Mary Hickey Leaves For Pearl Harbor Mrs, Mary L. Hickey, wife of James Hickey, left by plane from Midway Airport, Chin.ino, for Pearl Harbor lo join her husband who is stationed there wilh tin- US Navy. The couple will return lo llie Stales July I!> and he- nl. home in Lucerne in August following Hick- cy's discharge from the service. Mrs. Ilickpy is a teacher at the Daniel Webster school. SATURDAY and SUNDAY SPECIALS ME«-D EL ICE CREAM ECONOMY Vi Gallon Butterscotch Ripple Fudge Ripple (plastic Pak) QUALITY Gallon 69c 89c TRY OUR speedy film developing service In by noon — Out by 4 p. m. Ask About Our New Sealed In Plastic Service. • G.ET , '• Kuoak Film here, tool All silos ... oil type* BOOKS - BIBLES — DICTIONARIES 513 East YEATEIC Money Order* Broadway • I kA/.ELd At Any Time Open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday 315 Hanna St. LUGANiiPUK IrPUBtiC UBRAKl Fresh - Not Frozen New Lower Price 30 15 Ib. can Ib. can $7.35 $3.95 Washed, stemmed, Inspected, sweetened, ready fa use. 15 lb. can .15 Fresh frozen - can easily bo defrosted for repack- ing. ADVANCE ORDERS ONLY Ph&no not lator than Tuesday noon. This is >ho only load of frosh, not frozen strawberries. Strawberries can bo or- derod in Jmly with other fruif but they will arrive froion.

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