Log»nsport,. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Jefferson township HD club No. 1 will meet for a family night, wiener roast and covered dish supper at the Lake Cicott Methodist church Tuesday evening at 1 o'clock. A program will follow the supper. W. W. M. B. Friendship lodge will meet at 8 o'clock Saturday evening at the YWCA. A good attendance is desired. The McDonald reunion was held at Rea park in Royal Center Sunday at which time Mrs. William Burrough was elected president and Mrs. Cleo McDonald, secretary-treasurer. The next reunion will be the last Sunday in June at the home of Cleo McDonald —kA picnic was enjoyed recently by Division 3, CWF, Ninth street Christian church, at Dykeman park with nine members and one guest, Miss Marcla Owens, present. Mrs. Bertha Walters offered grace for the meal after which "Happy Birthday" was sung to one member. The meeting opened •with prayer by the president, Mrs. Lily Pruitt. Roll call was answer- td with Quotations. Bertna Walters gave the worship program. Gaynell Campbell gave the study lesson. Fanny Shorb read the secretary's report in the absence of Mrs. Bessie Wray. New Yearbooks were distributee and future plans discussed. Members who attended the Lafayette meeting reported. The meeting closed with the Missionary benediction. -*The WSCS of the Zion Methodist church met Monday afternoon at -the church with Mrs. Myla Clary ; as hostess. The program, "Strangers Within the Gates." was given by Verdei Winn, Molly Clary and Lena Fenton. Devotions were given by Leila Winn. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. " Jassie Clary, wilh members ans- •^ wering roll call with the names .'. of two brothers in the Bible. .:' Communications were read, an.- nouncing the School of Missions ! July 14-19 at Battle Ground. Mrs. • Wilma Newell, secretary of supply, read a letter concerning needs ; in Japan and Korea. Plaas were . made for a .summer social and the • committee appointed included Ka• tie Herd, chairman Leila Winn, j \Vilma Newell and Mable Nothcr- • cult. • . The meeting was closed with the I Mizpah. Refreshments were .served • to 13 members with Phyllis Herd ' winning the door prb/e. Young America OES 191 mot re; cenlly at the Masonic hall with the worthy matron Ora Zeck and worthy patron John Billing presiding. District deputy, Mabel Burch, •; was escorted to the cast, and •••' Frank McCain, soloist, sang. Mrs. John Cripe was reported on the .: sick list. The meeting closed a < poem by the worthy matron. ' It was announced that practice ''. lor Inspection August 27 will be '• August 25. ; MM, Catherine Conn presided - over Uic Walton Home Dempnslra- ••" tion club 'meeting held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. '. Goidie Bean. Pledges to the Christian and ;•• American flags wore led by Mrs. '. Anna Duckworth prcctxllng rc- '; pealing of the club collect by the •• group In unison. * Mrs. Myrtle Snider gave the hls- •;• tory of the song of Iho month, •'. "Sony, of Peace", which was fol- •;• lowed by group singing. ; ' Demonstrations given during the ',• »csslon were by Mrs, Halla Lewis :'. In keeping with Independence Day. "Safety Hint.s" were given by •r twenty-five members and- their „' guests in .answer to roll call. '.' Styling of hair and cleaners was ", the topic of the talk presented by ;.> Mrs. Lucille Turnw who highlight ,' ed her talk with a hair style u.sing '^ Mrs. Maude Logan as a model, '" Mrs. Mildred Cook, and Mrs, ;; Stella Flnncy presented the lesson J. on "Mcdlclne.s of Today" and MM, '•" Conn gave the report on the Home Economic Conference held at Purdue recently. - A picnic was planned for Augusl to be held at a Peru park and announcement made that the state conference will be held In September at Columbus, Ohio. A safety quiz was led T>y Mrs. Marie Kaiser and "Whistling" solos were given by Mrs. Carmen Rush. Contests were .conducted with prizes being awarded Brs. Pearl Plank, Mrs. Blanche Walker and Mrs. Ralph Coofc. Mrs. Joe Walker read the' financial report preceding the serving of refreshments by the hostess and her assistants,. Mrs. Mildred Shuman and Mrs. Luella Forgey. Miniature American flags were used as favors. Special guests at the meeting were Mrs. Robert Jackson ol Cory, Indiana, Mrs. Carmen Rush and Miss Judy Thompson. —#— The 20th Century club met with Mrs. Harry Lease with pledge to the flag and the club creed being repeated in opening, "God, Pity Him" was the title of a poem read by Mrs. Adam Somrners Jr., for devotions. Mrs. John Price gave the history of the song of the month, "Tell Me Why" and Mrs. D. St. Clair and Mrs. Price presented a duet with Mrs. Harris Lease accompanying at the piano. Members gave "A Proverb I Live By" in answer to roll call preceding the lesson by Mrs. D.. St. Clait> and Mrs. John Herd on "Citizenship." Mrs. Leonard Been- ler gave the safety lesson on "Traffic Laws — National and Man-Made." The treasurer report was given by Mrs. George St. CJair and the flower fund was taken by Mrs. John Herd. The club prayer was sung in closing the meeting. Bingo was played with prizes being awarded and refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. Gene Miller, to the sixteen members and one guest. Miss Sue Lease, -#-• Announcement has been made lhat members of the Logansport Garden club will convene Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Bean. Members-planning to drive are ;iven the following directions: i'ake 35 to Walton, 218 East three and one fourth miles to the first house on south side of the road. The day's subject will be "Conservation of Man" with "Our Responsibilities to thp Indians" being given by Mrs, Mabel Jackson and 'The Gardeners Life — Beautiful and Bountiful" by Mrs. Earl Beam. Surprise Parties Staged For Silver Anniversary Couple Two surprise parties were given last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kiesling, route 3, city, who celebrated their silver wedding anniversary. On Friday evening the following guests gathered at their home: Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Forgey, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Howard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wissinger and Mrs. Opal Jacoby and children. Refreshments were served and a gift presented to the honored guests. On Saturday evening, •• another surprise party was staged at 'the couple's home with the following ;uests present: Mrs. Gertrude Kruck, Mr. and-Mrs. Carl Nipple, Mr. and Mrs. Val Caldwell, Mr. and. Mrs. Loren Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herrick, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spitznogle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rush, Mr. and Mrs. James Mayhill, Mr. and Mrs." Fred Mayhill, Mr, and Mrs. Vic Bauman and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Manford Lcffert and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hich- ason and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bauman, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Cree,' Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and family. Centering the serving table was a tiered wedding cake which was served wilh punch by the couple's two daughters, Doris Kay and Jean Ann Kiesling. Many gifts were.re- ceived by the couple. Thelma Kruck and Robert Kiesling were married June 29, 1932, at Evansvillc. The couple has spent all of their married life in the Logansport vicinity. Mr. Kiesling, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Kiesling, is engaged in farming. • Mrs. Kiesling is the daughter of Mrs. Henry Kruck, 913 North street, and the late Henry Kruck. COUPLE MARRIED IN FLORA RITES 3 Market Street Circles Convene Hope Circle of the Market street Methodist church convened Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Lamar Clutter, 415 Sixteenth street, with Mrs. Dawson assisl- ng. Mrs. Roy Arnold, chairman, presided. Mrs. Clarence Rhodes presented ihe worship service and followed it. with the lesson on the goals of Mrs. Walter Smith will assist endeavor for the new year. Follow- the hostess with arrangements. i in # tho business meeting conducted by Mrs. Arnold, refreshments were Bethlehem HD To Entertain Veterans The Bethlehem home dcmonstra- -ion club of Motea will entertain veterans at the Marion hospital tonight at a party in building Ifi. The club will servo cookies and punch, and entertainment will be provided by a kitchen band and accordion player from'the HD.club. There will also be group singing and dancing. Attending from the club arc Mrs. Sdna Hitchlo, Mrs. Frances Moss, Mrs. Fred Grauel, Mrs. Lucille Cofflng, Mr«. Georganna Piekens, Mrs. Irene PickonH, Mrs. Violet Emory, Mr*. Eleanors Mlkcsell, Mrs. Betty McQulnn, Mrs. Evu DeFord, Mrs. PhylliH DeFortl, Mm. Virginia Crane, Mrs. Hosella Nlsen- bergcr ami Mrs. Edith Ziejj. lied Crow -volunteers attending will be Miss Kay Royer Mrs, Gay Kuntzer, Mm. Doris Parker and Mrs. Norma Parker. Anyone wishing to sponsor a served, by the hostesses to the fifteen members and two guests who wore present. FAITH CIRCLE Faith Circle met with Mrs, Gerald flqver, Route 4. Two guouls, Mrs, Shirley Bowman and Mrs. George Clay, were among those attending. . Following the worship service, the lesson on the goals of integration, ' and > Christian Pohlman Studio. GORDON E. McCAIN AND BRIDE, the former Miss Sandra Cook, plan 1 to reside at West Lafayette after September 1. The couple was married June IB at the First Methodist church at Flora wilh the Reverend F. Kaye Bass officiating, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Marion S. Cook, of Flora, and Ihe bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. McCain, of route 1, Camden. The bridegroom will be n senior at o[ Agriculture In tho fall. the Purdue University School (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Mary Jo Carney, Former Local Girl, Bride In Ceremony Mary Jo Carney, of Indianapolis, former local resident, became the bride of Wesley E. Eckler, of Lizton, Indiana, during a double ring ceremony Friday evening, June 28, .at the West Point Christian church near Forest, Indiana, with the Reverend Jack Van Arsdale officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy P. Burns, of 154 South Spencer street, Indianapolis, ana the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Wesley Eckler, of Lizton, and the late John Wesley Eckler. Wanda McCoy, of Indianapolis, attended the bride, and best man was J. C. KincaM, of Lizton, Indiana. The bride was attired in a gown of white lace over taffeta with white chiffon. around the scoop neckline cascading into streamers down the back of the waltz-length dress. She wore a corsage of purple orchids. The mother of the bride wore a dress of teal blue with whita accessories while the bridegroom's mother selected a navy blue dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. The bride is a 1952 graduate of Hie local high school and is employed as a bookkeeper for the Peoples Bank and Trust company at Indianapolis. Her husband is a graduate of the Lizton high school and is employed at the Allison Division of General Motors Corp., Indianapolis. He attended Indiana University. The couple has established resi-j dunce at Lizton. Friday Evening, July 5, 1957. Honor Messerlys On Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mosserly were honored on their -golden wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house attended by 100 perms. Prior to the reception, a family dinner was served al the Ben Hur. For th'e event, the Messerly home was 'decorated with bouquets otmums and daisies. A tiered wedding cake was the center of at- Iractlon. Serving were Mrs. Charles Messeriy, of Muncie, and Mrs. Jano Bookwaller. Out - of - town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hirnm Harvey, Mrs. Fred Henry and daughter and Mrs. Lowell Goltry, all of Royal Center; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harvey and. son, of Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hubler and children of Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. nun, uuuiiiuuuMiy, ana i unrisuan ,-,. , ,„ , ' ; witness was given by Mrs. B<in n | n l ch " rlcs Messerly, of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bookwalter and family. McCloskey with members participating In discussion. Mrs. Raver, chairman, conducted the business meeting during which plans wore mudc for projects for tho year. Later in the afternoon, the hostess served refreshments to the seventeen Indies prcsnt. OEMORAH CHICLE Deborah Circle held a uncial meeting at tho homo of Miss Mary Beck, i(X2fl Smcad Street with twenty-three members and guests present, including Mrs. Howard arty for Marlon veterans through | BrW 8C, Jackson, Michigan. HUB Church Honors Returning Pastor Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Overrnyor were honored at a reception Monday evening at the basement of tho Prairie Grove BOB church. Rev. Ovcrrayer recently received a return appointment and is now serving .his fifth year at the church.. A carry-In supper was enjoyed at tables decorated and arranged' In the- shape of a cross by Mr. ajid Mrs. Ery Melser. Mrs. John Denton, president of the Friendship class, and Mrs. Dora Sfcolnke were in charge of the evening. Arthur Showley, chairman of the pasto.r parish committee, gave a welcome addrcs after which the honored couple was presented with a gift. Olive Branch Aid Elects Officers T.hc Olive Branch Ladies Aid en- Joyed a picnic dinner meeting at the Rochester City Park Tuesday. Following the dinner the president, Mrs. Sam Kirk, presided at the business session. Mrs, Whit'.en Reffett Jr. gave the secretary's report and roll call was answci'ed with "My fathers name and occupation." • Prayers were offered by Mrs Ermal' Rcimenscbneider, Mrs, •Clarence Reed and M-rs. Este Champ. Devotions were given by Mrs. Dean Reed. Her topic was "Liberty and Spiritual Freedom.' Election of. officers was held anc the following were elected: President: Mrs. Archie We?>b; vice president; Mrs. Alva Coff- mnn; secretary; Mrs. Byron Rent senior; assistant: Mrs.., Gordon Myers; treasurer: yirsi Elmei Holiday; assistant: Mrs. Clifforc Vanatn; pianist: Mrs. Dean Rood; assistant: Mrs. 3. E. Casper; For All Occasions GREETING CARDS "that say what yon want to •«>'' HI ATI'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE the Red Cross is ankcd to contact MlflH Royer, 34.W, or Mrs. Betty Dunsborn, BUM. - • Kfiport <W2 WASHINGTON (UP) Some •HI2 major business mergers were reported In the first six months .of MR yoa-r, four less than In the name period last year. The.Federal Trade Commission made the tabulation to determine tlio (rend in mergers. Honored guest wu« Mrs. Richard Mlnnlck, former president of the circle, who is moving to Burbunk, California. Following u covered dish supper, Mrs. Mlnnlck WUH presented with (jlfU from the group. During 'the evening, "Fifty" was played with prizes going to Mrs. Charles King, Mrs. James Haley, and Mrs. Llulo Mlnnlck, Read the Classified Ads Week-End Special! Barefoot Sandals 4.00 VALUE only.... • S!z«t4Vito 10 NAM Widtht Cool and comfortable) A delight for anyonti lumrrmr wardrobe. FAMILY SHOE DIPT. 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Palms, baskets of white gladioli and daisies and candelabra provided a setting tor the rites. The bried, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a street- length gown of coral nylon over taffeta styled with a fitted bodice and scoop neckline. A shoulder- length veil was secured to a white nylon crown. She carried a while Bible topped with a wliite orchid. • Dorothy Ridenour, Rochester, maid of honor, wore a street-length dress of pink crystalette styled with' a fitted bodice and scoop neckline. She carried a bouquel of white mums. David Weaver, cousin of the bridegroom, of Wakarusa, was best man and ushers were Milo Guise, uncle of the bride, Culver, and Keith Sallsgiver, brother a' the bridegroom, of Rochester. 7'he mother of the bride wore a navy blue chiffon dress with whi;o accessories while the bridegroom's mother selected a navy blue shantung dress .with white accessories. Both wore corsages of white baby mums. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the church parlors. The serving table was centered with a four tiered wedding cake lopped with a minia- •lure bridal couple. Serving were Elaine Lange, Dorothy Theim, Mrs. John Fuller and Mrs. Don Sundhcimcr. Following a wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will be at home at 517% East Fourteenth street, Rochester. TJie bride is a graduate of the Rochester high school and is employed as a bookkeeper at tlie Boston Store. Her husband, also a Rochester high school graduate, is employed by Sonoco Products at Akron. chorister: Mrs. Whillcii Reffett Jr; assistant: Mrs. Paul Rcffelt; reporter: Mrs. Leon Crippen. J. Shanks Family Gathers At Deacon The annual reunion of the Joseph Shanks family was held Sunday on the lawn of the Orval Shanks home at Deacon. Those attending were Harry Shanks, Mrs. Mattie Etter, Mrs. Anna Shanks, George Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and children, Mr .and Mrs. Orval Shanks and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Shanks, Mr. and Mrs. Vcrnie Shanks and children, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Powell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shanks and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. John Shanks and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hobarl Shanks and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Kiuhard Mohler and son, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Ennis Junior. Guesls were Mrs, Ella Crockett, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Alma Frohmulh and Marilyn Drake. Visiting during the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Oral Shanks and Dot Shanks. The youngest member present was Nancy Lynn Shanks. Officers were elected as follows: Raymond Powell, president; Vernie Shanks, vice-president and Violet Shanks, secretary-treasurer. Reunion Calendar FAIRVIEW PARK SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Clymers Methodist Churcli—Pavilion-iNoo!). 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