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October 25, 1954

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6 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE Monday, Oct: 25, 195* Kokomo Chapter of Omega Phi Tau Sorority Is Hostess for Weekend Convention of Organization REGISTERING Saturday at the Omega Phi Tau sorority convention at the Hotel Frances •were left to right, were Mrs. Gene Cummins, national secretary, and Mrs. William H. Dwye'r, national president, both of Epsilon Chapter, Richmond. Seated is Mrs. Raymond Lytle, president of Chi Chapter, Kokomo. (Tribune Photo) Approximately 80 delegates from!other national officers: Mrs. Ray-jThomas Morris, chairman of dec- ur Indianapolis chapters mdj mond L ytle, president of Chi oraUons. four chapters and Mrs. Curtis Berry, general chairman; and ^ Beta Sigma Phi Members Return From Convention Beta Sigma Phi sorority members were in Evansville for the annual state convention which was in session from Friday through Sunday at the Hotel McCurdy. Present from Kokomo were Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Main, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Conners, Mrs. Harold Huff and Miss Ardyce Olson. A total of 372 members from Indiana attended. Mrs. Main of Iota Chapter and Mrs. Huff and Miss Olson of Beta Theta were delegates. Mrs. Conner was a runner-up among candidates in the election for the office of vice president. "Down by the Ohio" was the theme carried throughout the con vention. A showboat party Friday night featured a black face pantomime and songs by the Evansville chapter. Business was con ducted Saturday afternoon and a dinner in the evening was followed by dancing in the Skyroom overlooking the Ohio river. Following attendance at chapel Sunday morning, members went on a tour of Evansville by bus. The farewell luncheon with a theme of "all aboard for Beta Sigma Phi" showed different kinds of transportation used by members; in arriving and leaving convention. | Favors for members were gold-| crested comb sets arid manicure: and brush sets. .* black accessories. After Oct. 27, they %vill be at home at 419 W. Markland Ave. The bride is. employed in the credit department of Sears Roebuck and Company and Mr. Pratt is in the drafting department of Delco Radio Division. Both were graduated from Kokomo High School in 1953. Guests were present from Dexter, Mo., Burlington, Marion, Frankfort, Silver Lake, Elwood, Windfall, Tipton, Peru and Yeoman. MRS. THOMAS PRATT Silver Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated Pratt-Thieke Rites Read At Grace Methodist Church Standards of white pompons, | ferns, palms and a pair of seven-branch candelabra, with bows of white satin ribbon tied to the family pews, formed the setting for the wedding of Miss Marilyn I. Thieke and Thomas R. Pratt at ed Mr. and Mrs. Merle Carnes Sunday at their new home, 531 | Meadow Dr., to extend congratulations and best wishes on their banquet was provided by the Wai- Backdrop : fish silver wedding anniversary. Mr. Carnes and the former Miss Nola Morrow were married at Richmond, Blooming-;chapter; St. Louis aannd | conventio n general chairman, ana tter §parks orchestra.* p n j|Mrs. Robert Moran, co-chairman.<r or f ne ^ a ^ was | On the table were an orchid cor- netting holding large sparkling!Kokomo 25 years ago. They have n f Kokomo was hostess SaturdayW for Mrs. Dwyer and carnation fish. In front of the band was a two children. Fred and Joyce, of Kokomo was hoste ^ te]M ^.™ a y| CO r Sages for Mrs. Lytle, Mrs.|replica of a ship with "US Hawaii"j The couple was assisted in re~ * " Hand- in and Sunday at the cs. Grace Methodist Church at 2:30 p. m. Sunday. The Rev. 0. C. Bogue read the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cline D. Thieke, 2412 N. Ohio Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Rich- the bridegroom's parents. Preceding the rites, Mrs. Will- Carrying out the Hawaiian theme of the convention, registration ta- ( °B bles were decorated with rnmia-; ; Berry and Mrs. Moran. 'made leis in pastel colors were hung on the backs of the chairs, land place cards to which palm glittering letters. At the bowiceiving by Mrs. William Cornell with the land Miss Karen Pfleuger and Mrs. were a life preserver Greek letters of a gold anchor. Black ture palm trees, dolls in Hawai-| dd wjlh baby ]ejs ; attached were sur- ; sprinkled with glitter, adorned the andJGe Tta hands,! guest book. oided at the Year," '?" pons with blue lace and ribbon accents. The gowns of the bridesmaids were in varying shades of blue, styled similarly to the maid of Couple Will Mark Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coulter of Galveston will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 31, at their home. Open house will be observed from 2 to 5 p.m.. when relatives and friends are invited to call. The couple was married Saturday, Oct. 29, 1904. at the home of the Rev. D. A. McDowell in Bunker Hill. Mr. Coulter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coulter, was born Feb. 5. 1876. on a farm near Miami. Mrs. Coulter, the former Miss Mollie j Shue, was born Feb. 10, 1877, near Bennetts Switch. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shue. Their entire married life has been spent in and near Galveston. They are the parents of two children, Dorothy and Paul. Both Mr. and Mrs. Coulter are members of the Galveston Metho-j dist Church. Mr. Coulter is a 50-j year member of the Galveston Ma-! sonic Lodge. Birthday Surprise i Peter F. Mesesan was surprised 241 his' NOVEMBER BRIDE-ELECT Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ware, Kokomo R. R. 4, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary tou, to Robert Kinney, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kinney, Kokomo R. R. 3. The wedding will take place in November. Quartet To Sing Here The Weatherford Quartet of Fort Wayne will present a program nf sacred music at the First Church of God. 816 E. .Mulberry St . at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. The public 13 invited to hear them. TOP SIZE TULIP BULBS REID'S FLOWERS honor's. Miss Snow appeared in;Friday night at his home, king blue, Miss Sharon Thieke uijDjxori Rd.. the occasion bein; royal blue and Miss Margaret: birthday anniversary. The evening Thieke in cobalt. They carried was spent with radio and T.V. A colonial bouquets of white pom-birthday cake, baked and decorat- pons and wore matching flowers led by the honor guest's mother-^ in their hair. Jin-law, Mrs. Harold Moore, was Marianne Gentry, flower girl, I served. Decorations were carried was dressed in lace blue taffeta.'out in the "Happy Birthday"; fashioned with a scoop neckline,|theme. The honor guest received: elbow-length shirred sleeves and | many useful remembrances. FOR A HAPPY AXXIVERSARY Send Flowers To Your Bride-ol-Yesteryear— A Xever-Fnilins Way To Please Her. CALL . . . W. H. COON FLORIST Thone 614S ballerina skirt. She wore a blue prams in silver were in the shape of grass skirts, and guests were issued name tags on black velvet ribbon. Miss Annabelle Tobias served as-general chairman fnr reservations. Music during the cocktail Party : . . , was provided by Mrs. Gwen Mitchi-|;^ P ;:, Ch , 0 Centering the table in a base of reenery was a large sorority pin curtains. Hale Love \ouTruly and Be- with potted plants, gifts to the cause, with The Lord s Prayer (Dawning. Miss The living room was decorated; sang "I Lov ard Kaufman, organist, played! bonnet with a short veil at the "Because of You," "Through the back and carried a basket of pink rose petals. Sunday morning's busin ess couple and the mantel held three during the prayer. con- silver candles. The bride, who was given in In the dining room, the table marriage by her father, was white net over satin. ell g the letters. Gold and lavender .'streamers extended from the cen- on Ithe table, each in a setting of Nicholas Temples, nephew of the bride, carried the rings. He wore a navy jacket and light blue trousers. Richard Kiein served as best man Broo. and ushers were Robert Wines and Harold Robert Pratt. Mrs. Thieke. who was ushered overlaid'by her small son, Thomas, wore f-J^/^^Sue Papers* held sparkling fish uxcieies "-i"^ - of ^ rious d ters in |— --. saHboas. Seashells and star n; Uer gdorned (|ie ^ Sajl . Fred palm ; 8 Ht ; er tables, and a boafs ' were at the base of small trees on individual fishnet with glittering fish caught ,, in its strands fell from the front rated tne lables ' can-vine out' Others helping with arrange- was centered by a silver bowl of! gowned in with white ! ments were Mrs. Wayne Orem. in-;pink and white mums with silvered^he floor-length skirt, which exivitations: Mrs. Richard Chap-:foliage and four silver holdcrs j tended into a chapel train, was 'man, gifts; Mrs. Moran, music, I with pink candles, adorned with 1 edged with net rufflin, 'and Mrs. Harold Sapp, publicity.'the figure "25" and rosettes of w jth a Chantilly lace ruffle. The a charcoal silk shantung dress, * * * ' silver ribbon. A pink and silver bodice of Chantilly lace was seal-; winter white hat and black patent The PHI DELT AUXILIARY' nle tallic cloth, draped at the I 0 p e d at (he neckline and the long leather accessories. Mrs. Pratt lclosed the year's birthday parties.corners with pink and silver, s i ee ves tapered into bridal points, j chose a beige dress, with black ni f r ._;[Sunday afternoon when Mesdames j bows, covered the table and thejrhe bride's waist-length veil of accessories. Each wore a corsage , Keith Anderson, cakes were topped with pink rose-;F rencn illusion was attached to a of bronze pompons, and Lawrence Bales buds and silver leaves. ! Juliet cap of lace and white) The new Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Hula dolls, monkeys, were honored at an informal - nrihp n, riwo SG ^" eus Qeco ' . . Assistants in serving were Mes-; satin she carrjed a wnite orch id received 200 guests in the home of of the serving table. A fish-shaped icker basket held nuts, and at nut salt and pepper shakers of red and white formed the cen- ering in_the east room_at jthe^Phi:dames Chester Gilmore, Lawrence| on a wnite lace-covered Bible with a shower of ribbon streamers. Miss Shirley Critchley was eta Freeman Clar- Favors were palm tree and coco-;cake in the organization's colors' e nce Bender. Elmer Gunnell Sr. terpiece for the table and red and white streamers led to the honor \\JLhCl UdSIVtrL 1ICJU IJUL3, dllli «*, f I 11- the end of the table stood a minia- wrapped in blue metallic paper ture island. Drapes held seagulls'each tied with a fishnet bow, con- anri climbing figures of monkeys, 1 ' 3 " 1 '"? a bab i" orchid and a minia- guests places which were marked and black plastic mobiles shaped ture palm tree. by gifts. Games were the diver- and Otis Brown. the bride's parents following the ceremony. Miss Joan Critchley, Miss Brenda Vent and Mrs. Rich- as fishes hune from chandeliers. I The welcome address was giv-jsion of the afternoon with prizes Mrs. John DeLong was in charge en by Mrs. Lytle. who presented :g° ln g to Mesdames King. Ander- of arrancements for the cocktail'a gavel to Mrs. Katherine Thorn-|son. Paul Stahl, Maher, Elmer De- partv which was held in the Red ton. president of Phi Chapter of; Fr ates, Orvel Holder and Lewis, Knom. :Bloomington. Ind., representing!Wimberley. Mrs. DeFrates also' Seated at the speakers' table at the chapter with the largest at- received the door prize. Mrs. the banquet in the Kokomo Room:tendance. Mrs. Dwyer spoke Donald Lawhead and Mrs. Dewas Mrs. William H. Dwyer of briefly, thanking Chi Chapter and; F r ates were the committee in Richmond, national president, and'especially commending Mrs.j char S';- ^ offlcers w '" be ln " 1 (stalled at the anniversary \Vayne. Terre Haute. Russiaville, Greentown and Galveston. Social Calendar Monday maid of honor and bridesmaids ard Critchley assisted in serving, were Miss Sharon Snow and Mis- The table was covered with a ses Sharon and Margaret Thieke, white Madeira linen cloth and the sisters of the bride. four-tier wedding cake was iced; Miss Critchley's dress of lace in blue with white accents, topped blue taffeta with an overdress by a miniature bride and bride- of white lace had a circular skirt | groom. Blue tapers in crystal in ballerina length, scalloped at holders flanked the cake. the hemline. The gathered bodice was finished with a scoop neck- For the couple's trip to southern Indiana. I Invitation To ... I REBA MAST BEAUTY SHOP \ HAIR CUTTING and STYLING Phone 2-1737 or 3082 LANOLIN COLD WAVES $5.00 and Up and Trust,' 3 CT '" n ' 3 ' Company, 8 p.m. Phi Beta Psi Alumnae—Mrs 'elNov. 7 in the Blue Room of the Hotel Courtland and the next business meeting will be at the house' L "GudgVC 805*N."'philips St.76:3o| p.m. V* Tri Kappa—YWCA, 7:30 p.m. Psi Iota Xi—Mrs. Raymond Hart-| stein, 144 S. Berkley Rd., 7:45 p.m.i Jargon-Jingle — Mrs. Marshall the bride changed line and the shirred sleeves were!to a charcoal gray winter cotton elbow length. She wore white j dress, its empire waistline laced rosebuds in her hair and carried with matching gray ribbon, with bouquet of white pom-ja winler white hat, light blue coat Wonderful feeling FREEMAN'S Sure satisfaction.' You always step tottTa Freeman shoe with the confidence that you'll be comfortable ', ;; always; 214 North Main Street Forty relatives and friends were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of MR. AND MRS. FRANK TROBAUGH in celebra- Operators Reba Mast and Phyllis Zollman 200'j N. Main — Over Engels Jewelry I [i-m»-o-9m+o-^m-fi-^O Trunk Showing of Holiday and Resort Dresses by Herbert Levy one day only Tuesday, Oct. 26 * I HE complete sample line of Herbert Levy originals will be shown at the Carl-Ann Shop by Mr. Bernie Myers on Tuesday, Oct. 26. You are cordially invited to see this beautiful collection of dresses for holiday and cruise wear, and to select your own colors and styles. Herbert Levy is famous for styling appropriate to sizes 124 to 26'i and 18 to 46. tion of the birthdays of Mr. Trobaugh and his twin sister, Mrs. Martha Fullen. Among the guests were Mrs. Mabel Martin, Miss Nellie Shepherd and Mrs. Ella Laughner, nieces and a cousin of the honor guests and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Unger and daughter, Toni, all of Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rogers and family, son- in-law and daughter of Mrs. Ful- and Harold Smith, a grandson, from Cincinnati, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hollingsworth of Marion. The Rev. and Mrs. Byron Stroll were callers during the afternoon. * * * Pumpkins and witches prevailed Webster, 1311 S. ^Webster St.. 7:30 p.m. ' I Mothers of World War II—American Legion Home, 7:30 p.m. Psi Iota Xi Honorary Chapter- Mrs. James A. Wells, 136 Conradt; Ave., 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Willard, Grace Methodist — Mrs. A. H. Schwartz, 1711 W. Mulberry St., 7:30 p.m. C. L. B.. Calvary Baptist — Mrs. Willard Miller, R.R. 5, 7:30 p.m. 1 United Bible Class—St. Luke's; EUB Church, 7:30 p.m. j Grotto Auxiliary—Mrs. Alan Wilson, Sharpsville, 7:30 p.m. I Nellie Hoon Circle and WSCS, : Parr Memorial — Mrs. Voorheis Bowen, 1818 N. Philips St.. 7:30 in decorations at a Halloween par- p.m. i ly given Saturday night by MR. M. J. — Mrs. I. D. Land, 1815 N.i AND MRS. RUSSELL PRICE for Lafontaine St. j their sons. Jcffery and Jerry. Prizes were awarded to Sherry Heathcoat for the prettiest cos-!8 p.m. tunic: Michael Morris, funniest,! Lora Patten M. S., First Baptist and Bobby Harrison as the haru-|- Mrs. Jane Parker, U.S. Highest to guess. Halloween games' wav 31 - "°rth. 7:30 p.m. were played, with prizes going to Mary and 1 Ginger Wells, Michael Woods' ? t . rcet Ch , r . lstla ^ Chu J c !V_ and Michael Norris, Altrusa—Hotel Frances. fi:3n p.m. .laycee Wives — The Cupboard. Kenworthy, grandfather of two boys, entertained the children with Halloween stories. Mrs. Charles Heathcoat assisted in serving refreshments, keeping with the Circles. Main 10 a.m. Miriam—Mrs. E. L. Tobias, 803 S. ' t ?"j Washington St., 2 p.m. Elizabeth—i 'Mrs. Carl Friermood, 423Vi E. which were in Halloween season. Other guests included Clifford and John Davidson, Richard Spicer, Steve Taber, Mary Ann Massoth, Jeffery Woods, Nancy Smith, Junior Turner, Marcia Heathcoat; Pat. Mark and Linda Norris and Ginger, Sandy and Roger Wells. * * * A chili supper celebrating the birthdays of Janice Thompson and Sara Pettit was given at the home of Sara Pettit preceeding the meeting of the BUFS. Braceletts were given to the girls by the birthday chairman. Miss Pettit was elected Literary Chairman and Jackie lAgnew, Thanksgiving Chairman. North St., 7:30 p.m. D. of R. — Mrs. Laura Latta, 511 , E. Harrison St., 7:30 p.m. j St. Elizabeth's Guild — Mrs. F. A. Lewis, 1015 N. Philips St., 1 p.m. Opportunity — Mrs. Marshall Spicer, 833 S. Buckeye St. Happy 12 — Mrs. Mae Harrell, E. Monroe St. Job's Daughters — Masonic Temple, 7 p.m. Iota of Beta Sigma Phi— Public Service Social Room, 8 p.m. Busy 8— Mrs. Joe Kinsey, 935 E. Walnut St., 7:30 p.m. | Ta-Wa-Si — Mrs. Ed Letsinger, 1 228 E. Harrison -St. j Phi Beta Psi— YWCA, 7:30 p. mj Hoosier— Mrs. 0. V. Dimitt, 211 W. Markland Ave.. 7:30 p. m. I Taylor PTA— School, 7:30 p. m. ' Ervin PTA— Ervin School, 7:30 p.m. I; TWO WEEKS ONLY OCT. 25 thru NOV. 6 Fill in your set... buy for Christmas and wedding gifts ... at these sensational savings! * Vernonware is ovenproof ", , . oven- warm it, bake in it, serve in it. " Vernonware is wonderfully versatile... simplifies your serving problems ... is smart on your table. 'Vernonware is hand-painted under- glaze. "Vernonware is guaranteed for 25 years against craziqg or crackling. 'Vernonware is detergent-proof, the pattern will not fade, mar or wash off, in dishwasher or with years of use. PATTERN NO. 1 ORGANDIE PATTERN NO. HOMESPUN Cup ft Saucer Rig. $1.75 Spec. SI.40 -CHINA DEPT. Tea Pot, Cov'd Reg. $5.25 Sp.c. $4.20 Mix. Bowl. 5-Pc. Sel Reg. $8.50 Spec. $6.80