Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 8, 1957 · Page 26
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 26

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 8, 1957
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BUht Lcguuport, Indiana, Pharos-TrlbuM SOCIETY Mrs. Myrtle Snider assisted by Mrs: Adah Winings, Mrs. Maggie Birnell and Mrs. Anna Snider, entertained the WSCS of the Walton Methodist church Wednesday aft- trnoon. The'meeting opened with prayer for the missionaries by Mrs. Mable Montgomery. The secretary, treasurer and committee chairman, reports were given and routine business was conducted by the president, Mrs. Maude Logan. An auction sale was held following the business. "Strangers within the Gates" was the theme of the lesson given by Mrs. Florence Miller, Mrs. Sarah Cook, Mrs. Blanche Walker and Mrs. Montgomery. The hostess and Mrs. Miller gave a duet, "Walking With God" and the meeting closed with all praying the Lord's Prayer. Fourteen members and one guest, Barbara Winings, attended. -£The W.S.W.S. of the Broadway EUB church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. D. A. McClintock of route No. 4, with i the lesson leader, Mrs. Lotta Bailey, giving the lesson on "Women, United to Serve." The program, on the co-operative work of Church women, opened with prayer given by the leader and a hymn being read by Mrs. Blanche Huffman entitled "The Churches One Foundation." Devotions were the Seventeenth chapter of John read by Mrs. Dorothy Lowe followed by prayer by Mrs. Bailey who also gave the with a favorite picnic dish. Emera club will hold a picnic at the country home of Lelah Stephens Tuesday evening. Members are asked to meet at the Masonic Temple at 6 o'clock. Shrine Ladies will entertain the Nobles at a covered dish dinner 'and card party Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Shrine club. On Thursday afternoon the ladies will hold a 1 o'clock dessert at the club. Washington township Circle 3 HD club will hold a family picnic Wednesday evening.at 6 o'clock at Spencer park. Members are asked to bring table service, meat and buns, and a wrapped white elephant gift for each family members who will participate in the games. The Anna Guard class of St. Luke's Lutheran church will hold a picnic Tuesday evening at G o'clock at Fairview park. A good attendance is desired. The Boone township HD --club will meet Tuesday noon for a picnic dinner at Hea park, Royal 'Center: Instead of the usual covered dish, members are asked to bring two covered dishes and table service as the Harrison township club will be entertained. hymn, Lord." "I Love Thy Kingdom, At this time the offering was received following the offering sentences from the Bible and prayer of dedication, both given by the leader. The presentation of topics was by the leader who also asked the questions—who, what, why, when and where of the society of Church women. These questions were answered as follows: who—Mrs. Winona Barnett, her topic being "Definition of the Society"; why—Mrs. Mollie Alber telling the reason for the society and work of the women o( the W.S.W.S.; when—Mrs. Ethel Hahn who gave the founding dale and accomplishments of the organization and where by Mrs. Blanche Miller who told of different foundations and their locations. The closing statement was byj Barbara Gingrich Guest Of Honor At Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Barbara Gingrich, bride- elect of Peter Leahey, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening at the home of her aunt, Miss Mamie Bauer, 525 Helm street, with Mrs. Joseph Shepler •and the Misses Rosemary and Loretta Bauer assisting. Contests were enjoyed with prize winners presenting their awards to the guest of honor. Special prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Sum, Mrs. Joseph Shepler •and Miss Loretta Bauer, The serving table was covered in white liner, and centered with a miniature bride sitting on a silver half-moon, showered with wedding bells. Flanking this arrangement were tall pink tapers. Each place was marked with a pink umbrella nutcup. Punch, cakes and strawberry parfails were served to the guests. Invited guests included; Miss Gingrich, Mrs. William Bowman, Mrs. William Gingrich, Mrs. James Gingrich, Mrs. William Bauer, Mrs. Leo Cahalan, Mrs. Thomas Mee, Mrs. Herman Bauer, Miss Rosemary Bauer, Miss Loretta Bauer, Mrs. Paul Spitznogle, Miss The WSWS of the North Third ;E<eanor Spitznogle Mrs Robert street EUB church convened re-1 Wootever, Mrs. Cletus Spitznogle, cently at the church parlors with Mrs - William Step'henson, Mrs. group singing and prayer by Mrs. Parker opening the meeting. After the offering was received, prayer Bruce Greig, Mrs. John Bauer, Mrs. Robert Bishop, Mrs. Bill Bauer, Mrs. Paul Bauer, Mrs. above. The hymn sung in closing was "Blest be the Tie That Binds" followed by prayer by Mrs. Bailey. The president, Mrs. Winona Barnelt, was in charge of the business session and presented a talk on "Fullfilling Needs Women." for the leader who commented on the! "He's'Taking out Ilia Papers" 1 was read by Miss Morrison. He- brew.s 11 and an article, "Our Constitution and Having Faith" were read by Mrs. Farmer. Miss Morris gave closing prayer. Mrs, Ruth Small conducted Ihe business mec'Jng during which lime reports wore heard and plans made to send a delegate lo the Women's Retreat in September. A picnic was arranged for August 2n<! at Spencer park for members and guests. Mr.s. Mary Smith reported on the book "Missions U. S. A." and Mr.s. Mary McKoc on "Our Church in Soulheasl Asia." A round lablc discussion followed the reports and Miss Morrison told o£ other foreign missions. Mrs. Goldic Bruner conducted a Bible contest which was won by Mrs. Farmer and Miss Morri.von. The committee, Mrs. John Mar'.in, Mrs. Don Miller, Mrs. George Sruncr and Mrs. Kay McKce A report was given of the recent Missionary Convention by Mrs. Blanche Huffman and Mrs. Bar- nelt who told of the theme, "The Strengthening of the Church for Christ." The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Maudie Priestholf, assislant secretary, and the treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Blanche Huffman. The Spiritual Life Secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Lowe, urged Church loyalty, Mrs. Mae Pownall was elected as assistant to the spiritual Life secretary. Christian Social Relations score-j served refreshments to the 1!i tary, Mrs. Pearl Fife, talked on a! m em hers seven children und one project promoting Christian social relations in all angles and the Children work report from the Bible, school was given by Mrs. Betty Ellars. The Special Project Secretary, Mrs. Nellie JSlkins, spoko briefly on a project preceding thu closing of the meeting by all giving the Lord's Prayer In unis.'in. Named to the program committee for the coming year during the session were Mcsdames Virginia Huffman, Natalie Carney and ISthel Hahn. Mrs. Bonnie Ilohrbaugh and Miss Alma Lehman joined the society. The president offered prayer preceding the serving of refreshments by the hostess uaii co- hostess, Mrs. Gladys Wilson. —to— The VfSCS of the Anoka Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at 7; 30 o'clock at the church basement. There will be an auction sale. —vf— Women of St. Paul's Lutheran church basement. There will be noon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Pearl Jones assisted by Mrs. Jennie Carter. Hull call will bo answered with a Bible verso containing the word, "transgressors." -£Crusaders class of the Ninth street Christian church will meet Wednesday noon at the church for an indoor picnic. Members are urged lo atlend und bring a covered dish and table service, -ft- Jcffcrson HD club No. 2. will meet 'Fimrmluy afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Lake Clcott school. Members are iisked to note the change in time. Koll cull will be answered with " a book I read this year." -ft- White Rose club will hold a hamburger fry at 6 o'clock tonight at the home of Mrs. Josso Lcbo, 2019 East Broadway. -&Bethlehem township HD club entertain 4-IJ girls and their mothers Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Riverside park with Mrs. Edith Zlcg, Mrs. Margaret Horn and Mrs. Ethel Reed as hostesses. Roll call will be answered guest, Mrs. Glenda Martin. —'£(— The Women's Missionary Society of the Burlington Brethren Church met Tuesday afternoon at the parsonage. The following officers wore installed: Pros. Mrs. Roy Bru baker, vice-pros. Mrs. Munson Brew.sler, Sec. train. Mrs. Fredrick Clingenpeel, patronesses for the Junior Sisterhood of Mary and Martha Mrs. Verne Wise ;md Mrs. Irvin Kizcr. Other members attending the meeting wore Mrs. Paul Garrison, Mrs. Russell Hodkey Mrs. Bright Hanna, Mrs. Frank Yost, Mrs. Charley Ovcr- holser, Mrs. Henry Bailey, Mr.s. Vella Hendrix, Mr.s. William Donglas, Mr.s. Itoy ClingcnpceJ, Mrs Earl Haun, Mr.s. Beulnli Rodkcy, Mr*. Joe Gnrrison, Mrs. Oiner Rodkcy, Mr.s. Glen Hanna, Jerilyn Garrison, Mrs. Chester Hanna and Mrs. Floyd Sibcrt. The next meet- Bauer. Also Mrs. Marie Hanrahan, Mrs. Claude Brooks, Mrs. Robert Sum, Mrs. Jack Fultz, Mrs. Harold Williams, Mrs. Lee Watson, Mrs. Terry Drummond -and Mrs. Mike Bryan. of dedication was offered 'by Mrs. j Lawrence Quirk and Miss Bertha Foutz. Committee reports were given after v/hich several Scripture verses were read. Mrs, Campbell, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Stamper and Mrs. Kroft gave reports on the Oakwood Convention which they attended in June. Emma Weber closed, the meeting with prayer. The Women's Fellowship of '.he Blue Ball church met at the church Friday for the July meeting with the devotional period in charge of. Mrs. Mary Farmer and Miss Coaslance Morrison. Patriotism and Religion was the theme. During this time the group joined in singing of "God of Our Fathers" and "America". Miss Lois Crimmins Honored At Shower A bridal shower was given Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Violet Emery for Miss Lois Jean Crimmins who will become Mrs. Robert Paschen July 21 at 2 o'clock in the Zion Methodist Church in Lucerne. The room was decorated with aqua and pink streamers and a covered unbrella behind the gift This color scheme was carried out in the refreshments. Games were played with prizes going to Misses Marjoric Green, JUDY STEWART, CHARLES HICKMAN TO BE MARRIED IN AUGUST RITES Sheila Peterson And Edward Costello Wed In Home Ceremony Miss Sheila Peterson and 'Edward Costello were united in marriage, during a double ring ceremony Saturday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, 2437 North street. The bridegroom is the- son of Mrs. Clarence Hipsher, 129 East Market street, and Thomas Costello, route 2. Mrs. Donald Gillum, sister of the bride, of Walton, was matron of honor, and Jim' Cain was best man. The bride appeared in a white street-length dress fashioned with a deep V neckline, cap sleeves and a full skirt.' She wore a white picture hat, and accessories and carried a red rosebud nosegay. Mrs. Gillum wore, a dacron dress of blue-gray and a corsage . of white carnations. The mother of tiie bried chose -a white linen dress •and the bridegroom's mother, a blue dress. Three-tiered wedding cake, punch and other refreshments were served from a lace-covered table following the ceremony. Following a wedding trip lo the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri the couple will reside at 1215VL East Broadway. The bride, a 1957 graduate of the local high school, Is employed by the P-alumbo Distributing company. |Her husband, a 1956 graduate of the same school, is employed as assistant manager of the Schiff Shoe Store. Monday Evening, July !. IMf. CELEBRATE 50th ANNIVERSARY MR. AND MRS. ALBERT STANGLE, residents of the Headloc and Pious Chapel communities, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 1 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the Pious Chapel church. A cooperative dinner was enjoyed at noon at the church basement for relatives and close friends. The couple has nine living children, Mrs. Calcsley Shaw and Raymond Slangle, of Idaville, rural route; John Stanglu and Mrs. Rosalie Martcr, Logansporl; Cecil Slangle, Kcwanna, rural route; Mrs. Freda Stackhouse. Monticello, rural route; George Stangle, Lafayette; Mrs. Betty Stotier and Leroy Stangle, of Monlicello. Thre arc 24 grandchildren and five ureal-grandchildren. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Pohlman Studio. BETROTHED—Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Stewart, of High Street Road, announce Die engagement and August wedding plans of their daughter, ,'Judy Ann, to Charles W. Hickmaii, son of the late Dr. and Mrs, W. R. Hickman, 824 High street. Miss Stewart is a 1955 graduate of the local high school, attended Indiana University and is living in Chicago where she is employed by Linda Grube Attends National Meeting Linda Grube, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald .7. Grube, East street Road, attended the 31st biennial National convention of Al- thc Blue Cross-B'.ue Shield Insurance Company and is attending 1 lliu P'' a clli Omega social sorority at Patricia Stevens Fashion Career School. She is a member of the' tlle Huntington Sheraton Hotel in local Tri Kappa sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of the Local high school and Indiana University where he was a member of Sigma Nu social fraternity. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) 130 Vets Guests Of HD Club, Red Cross Nearly 130 patients in' building 1C at the Marion Veterans hospital Sr MI T, H in. M wcre entertained Friday evening Shernll Bennett, and Belly Mogs. I b momhcrs Qf th £ cailGher £ Duplicated gifts were given to the ' n , h , n ,,„„„ ,, l , m , ms ,,,|i nn ni,,i, honored guest. Invited guests won; Mrs. June Crimmins. Mrs. Dorothy Hammon, Mr.s. Margaret Horn, Mrs. Margaret Crimmins, Mrs. Sarah Jean Crimmins, Mrs. Verd;j Winn, Mrs. Helen Paschen, Mrs. Lillian Pickens, Mrs. Georgianua Pickens, Mrs. Phyllis Lay.man, Mrs. Mary Emery, and Mr.s. Violet Emery. Misses Marjone Green, Sherril Bonnet, Betty Paschen, Betty Moss, Judy Smith, Carole Strong, Ruth Wagoner,- Phyllis DeFord, Jane Price, Jane Collier, Pat .Paschen, Marilyn Hciny, Yvonne Unger, Gloria Crist,, and Norma Button. Hostesses were Misses Paulctta Emery, Betty Coffing, and Joan Cuffing. ' • Refreshments were served after the gifts were opened. j township home dcmonstralion club of Melon under the sponsorship of the Cass county chapter of the American Red Cross. Refreshments of 'cookies and punch were furnished by the Metea group. Novel enlcrlainment was provided by a "Kitchen Band" comprised of hostesses from the club and- directed by chairman Virginia Crane. Band members were attired in hats trimmed with green beans, carrotts, onions, radishes and r,EE-HAIUUSON Mrs. Luia Mason, of Delphi, an- Parish Picnic Held By St. Bridget's Two hundred members of St. Bridget church attended a picnic at Spencer park Sunday with u basket dinner being enjoyed at the ,Pasadena, California, June 25-30. Miss Grube is one of the four active members attending from Gamma chapter of Northwestern University in Rvanston, Illinois. Next fall she will be a junior there in the School of Education ancj she wil! be assistant rush chairman for her chapter. Following the convention she wont on a week post-convention tour to Yoscmilc National park anil hour. Rev. FatherF. J. Mee.| San ,, Fra . 11 ? isco with a S'™P of so- han offered prayer before and of- r " l ' Ry sisiers ' ter HID meal. Gallo's Accordion Band entertained during .the . afternoon. Games, Contests and roller skating were enjoyed with prizes awarded to winners. Former Local Man To Wed In Georgia Mr. and Mr.s. Linton Elmorc Buchanan, of Conyers, Georgia, announce the engagement and forth- !.• greenery _ and their instruments coming marriage of their daughter, I- The legs of penquins are enclosed in the skin of (he body thus making their walk slow and clum sy. Misha Anderson Guest Of Honor At Barn Dance-Party The Charles L. Andersons entertained at u barn dance Saturday evening for Mr. Anderson's daughter, Misha Lee Anderson, who is visiting from Glentlale, California. Guests included: Irmudcun Wilson, Pat fiasham, Sharon Fully., Lois Stevens, Lima Bruce, Mary Barrett, Catherine Barrett, Hhode Dou'l, Sandy Young, Cindy Burton, Konnie Ban-Ion. Janice Kinehart, Dennis Gates, Larry Rains, Curl Newell, Jeunii! Wiiin, Kuren Clark, Judy Michael, Geneva Wallace, LeAnn Shafer,. Sam Khar]), Chris Christiiinson, Bill Marshall, Tom llilkcrl, Dale Bridge, Don Curry, Gene Swank, Bill Cunningham, Mike Jones, Hoiinie Oilman. Pal Gilman, Jimmy Robinson, Jimmy Hobersoi'., Hick Burning!], Rosalie l/ngcr, UarryJ Myers, Kay 1-Jasul- ley, Mike Crane, Tom Weaver, Pat Sheet*. LnMae fir.'iham, Misha Lou Anderson and Dave Young. Mothers who chaperoned wore Mrs, Christiiinson, Mrs. Shaler, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Wilson. Popular tunes played on the hi-fi provided music for dancing and at the end of the evening rufrcsh- ments were served, nounces the engagement and forlh-1 joined, coming marriage of her grand- D anc i ))fi c( >. were frying pans, pan lids, wash boards, sail boxes and an old toy piano. Miss Phyllis DoFurd- played several accordion solos and volac! ducts were sung by Phyllis and her mother, Mr.s. live DeFord. Mrs. De-Ford, pianist, entertained with piano numbers un-d accompanied thu group during a community sing in which the patients daughter, Miss Linda Lee, of La fayellc, to Dean T. Harrison, also of LaFayelte. The couple will he married Scp- lemhcr 2(1 and in October will louvc for South America where the bridegroom-elect will work wilh the US Air Force in Civil Service. at the home of Miss Rita Oyler. The following officers were elected for the coming your: Prus. Janet Kixcr, Vice. Pres. Rita Oyler, Sec- Ti'Ba.s. Dcloris Hamia, Corresponding Sscy. Joy Benmer, Song Leader Julia Mcndrix. Other persons present at tin's meeting were: Ruth Wise, Barbara Cornwell, Mrs. Verne Wise. Mrs. Karl Oyler and Mrs. Floyd Sibcrt. -A The July meeting of the Bur- ompluled the entertainment for the evening. Bethlehem H. D. Members attending were Mrs. Kosella Wyscn- borger, Mrs, Edith Zcig, Mr.s, Virginia Crane, Miss Phyllis DeFord, Mrs. Eve DeFord, Mrs. Betty McQuinn, Mrs. Violc-l Emory, Mrs. Irene Pickens, Mr.s, Lucille Coffinj,', Mrs. .Ocnrginnna Pickens, Mr.s. Fred Oraucl, Mrs. i.'';'.'jnee.s Moss, and Mrs. Edna Kllclile. Also attending from Logansporl. were the A. R. C. Executive secretary, Miss Kay Roycr, MM. Doris Parker and Mr.s. Guy Ka.nl/er. Read the Classified Ads Margaret, to Floyd Junior Gongloff, son of Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Othello Gnngloff, of Fort Landerdale, Florida, formerly of this city. The marriage will be August III at the First Methodist church in Cohyers. Miss Buchanan attended Florida Stale University where her finnci; received his 13. S. degree In Physical Education. Ho WHS a member (if Kappa Sigma .social fraternity. Grandmothers living in (his city arc Mrs. Anna Shanks and Mrs. 1-lattle GaiigloN'. DR. 0. L BRAUN Rag. Podiatrist :••<-. Foot Specialist ;'>'. FOOT AILMENTS Officoi 314 North St. .••• LOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 ;.,' Wacln«iday* ; jt Friday* 9 to 4 " ~. PERU OFFICE: 115 Won 3th St. j".;.' Mon, Tuo»., Thur., Sot. 9 to 8 l . Pom Fhoni: GRIDLEY 33674 j . let tit handle All ywir Tra»d Ing will be held al the home of[i]ettsvi]ie Women's Christian Tern- Mrs. Hoy Clingenpecl August 81'h.! pcruncc Union mel at the home of — ft — Mrs. Kthcl Clirard with 15 mem- The Senior Sisterhood of Mary and Martha of the lUirlinglon Brethren church mel. Monday night at the home of Miss Janice Cling- cnpeel, Miss Rita Kixer was the lender « f the meeting. The following officers were chosen for the coming year: Pres. Miss lOileen Garrison, Vice Pres. Miss Jane Williams, Sec. Trcas. Miss Janice Cllngcnpcel, Song leader Miss Mary Ann Wise, Pianist Miss Karen Garrison, Patronesses Mrs. Munson Drowsier and Mrs, Fredrick Cling- enpcel. Oilier members of Ihe or- gani/allon arc Miss Mary Helen Ilcndrlx, Miss Patty Ititchoy, Miss Sherry Heusley, Miss Marilyn Ilen- drix and Miss Christine Kglohoff. -A— The Junior Sisterhood of Mary and Martha of Ihe Burllnglon Brethren church met Tuesday night burs present. Mrs. Grace Haneher was a guest. The thought for the month anil the American Creed were read by Helen Rogers. She led in the sululu to the flags. Mr.s. Estella Cl«rke read the devotional topic, "Miss America Needs Our Help". "What America Means To Me" was read by Mrs. Arelvu Cree. The lesson was given by Mrs. Mary Rogers, the loplc being u sermon by Rev. Glenn G. Knight, Scotlsbhiff, Nub. Mrs. Ruth Rickleff presented the L. T. L. work for children agcf fi-11 years. Newspaper clippings were rent by Mrs. Knthcrine Clear and Mrs. Winifred Troxwell. Klcction of Q/ficcrs will be held at the August meeting. Mrs. Helen Rogers will he hostess August 6. THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. R»»d, Interiors 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, «xc»pt Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER IAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORWS DIAL 5144 Ploaiant Hill Graenhauto Tickets. •• Reservations ••• ALL Tftfe featvr*: HAWAII BY AIR Atr fowfi of 6 day? oml up In Howoil, Aatot from lt>* W«>t Coair ilnrl ol $363,23. Hoi.I, ilghluelng Included In tow rate. Wt will fllodlx lupply xo» foldwt, with no cotl nor obllflollon. TW.pnon.—wr»«—cotn« In p*rio«. 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The picnic will begin at 11:30 a.m. Knterlainmenl has been planned for Ihe afternoon. Members are asked to also bring a donation of Hood used clolhiiu; for Dur ,sl;ilc hospital clothing room for forgou I en patients. (~\™**0+ :/tv£Jn/M£?x <r t-SjffCXf} PETER with deep Summer plunge Hidden Treasure gives you fullnana confidentially without pads. 1C him a "no curl" clastic band that will never wrinkle, cut or bind. In finest white cotton broadcloth, sizes 32-36A, 82-88B. • Nationally advwtwd at $.95 MOW ONLY 2.99 Your bull Una it your agt Hn»...kt»p yownfr with Pater Pan

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