Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on November 9, 1962 · Page 10
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 10

Anderson, Indiana
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Friday, November 9, 1962
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SOCIETY ANDERSON 'DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1962 PAGE ELEVEN SOCIETY Welborn-Harrold Rites Held Couples Announce Wedding Dates Nuptial Rites Are Held r I Elite Studio) MISS JANICE SKINNER Mr. and Mrs. Preston Skinner, 3516 Quincy Dr.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Janiec Carolyn, to Daniel Le« Boxcll. son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Boxcll, RK 2. Alexandria. Miss Skinner was graduated from Madison Heights High School in 19C1 and is now employed at Guide Lamp Division. Mr. Boxell was graduated from Highland High School in 1961 and is now employed at Warner Gear ill Muncie. . The wedding will take place May 3. Nunn-Dcw The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Diana Lynn Dew to Kenneth Wayne Nunn. son of Mi-, and Mrs. Paul Nunn. 4715 Southview Dr.. is announced today by the patents of Hie bride- elect. Mr. and Mrs. George Dew. 1319 Chester St. The couple will be wed Dec. 8, at 4:30 p.m. in the Madison Avenue Methodist Church. Miss Dew wns graduated from Madison Heights High School this year and is employed at Miller Huggins. Mr. Nunn is employed at DelcO' Homy Division after serving three years in Germany with the U.S. armed forces. MISS DIANA DEW (Elite Studio) (Lawrcnce-Krche Studio) MR. AND MRS. WELBORN. Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Nancy Jane II a r r o 1 d, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harrold, RR-1. Summitville, and Ronald T. Welborn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Welborn. Summitville, on Oct. 21, at 2:30 p.m. in the Summitville Christian Church. The Rev. Richard Moore performed the double-ring brother of blie groom, was best rites. man, and ushers were Mike Wei- Miss Phyllis Thursfon. of Anderson College, played bridal airs before the service and also played "The Lord's Prayer" while the couple knelt at the altar. ; Two beauty baskets of white mums and gold pompons with moss green bows decorated the church altar along with a white \ kneeling bench. Moss green bows with pompons and greenery mark- i ed the family pews. | Herbert Harrold gave his daugh- 1 tcr in marriage. She wore a full- I Icnght gown of taffeta pcau ric ' soi. Tlie fitted bodice had a ba- J lean neckline and long bridal I point sleeves. The bouffant skirt j was shirred in back to give a I mock bustle effect. A Swedish ) crown of crystal and pearls held i her finger-tip veil in place. Sire ] also wore a diamond studded t heart-shaped necklace, a gift of ! the groom. Her bouquet was a white satin wedding ring aifange- | mcnt with while rosebuds and i spiral eucalyptus. ' The matron of honor was Mrs. j LaVenda Brummet, cousin of the bride, and brides-maids were Miss | Teddy Green, of Purdue Univer- i sity, and Miss Donna Scott, Alex] andria. They all wore moss green i peait dc soi gowns with bateau | necklines, three - quarter - length i ileeves. slightly belled skills with | side bows and had matching i double bow veils. They carried ! natural ration wedding rings with • white button mums, apricot rib; bons and spiral eucalyptus. The small flower girl. Miss Cindy Jo White, daughter of Mr. and llrs. Ewell B. White, wore a gown of apricot nylon over taffeta with a full skirt. She wore matching bows in her hair and carried a basket of white rose petals, trimmed with apricot and moss green ribbons. James Welborn, Summitville, ployed here by the Beneficial Finance Co. Her husband was grad- it employed by RCA Victor in Marion. Young Singing Trio In Musical Here Nov. 29 born. Summitville, brother of the groom; Bob Barniiart, Alexandria: Ewell B. White, of Linwood, and Eldon Allman, of Purdue University. The bride's mother, Mrs. Harrold, wore a three - piece ensemble of toasl - colored brocade with brown accessories. A royal blue sheath dress was won by the groom's mother. She had matching shoes and a white hat. Both had Cymbidium orchid corsages. The couple greeted (heir guests at a reception in lhe church Fellowship Room. Wedding hells were suspended from Ihe ceiling. A four-tiered cake was decorated wilh while roses. The j-eccption table was decorated with greenery, and moss green bows decorated moss green candles in crystal holders. Serving the guests were Mrs. Paul McConncl, Mrs. Wayne Spencer, Miss Becky Wood and Miss Eva Jean Cassell. Miss Sue Green registered tire guests. For a short wedding ttip lhe bride changed to a brown and black print dress with a matching rust tunic style sleeveless coat and black accessories. The couple now resides al 312 E. N. Main St., Summitville. The bride was graduated from Summitville High School, attended Purdue University and is em- the Paramount Nov. 2!) in "The Sound of Music," in which they play three of lhe seven von Trapp Civic Art Display In Local Stores Tite largest collection of paintings ever shown locally at one time, about 200, are now on display in the downtown area now through Sunday in observance of American Art Week Nov. 3 through Nov. 10. The display of local talent is being co-sponsored by the Anderson Civic Art Association and the Downtown Retail Merchants' Association with galleries set up inside three stores, Penney's, tire Banner Store and lloyt Wright's, plus interestingly arranged window displays in those three stores and ihe Anderson Loan Association, The Fair Store. Sears-Roebuck and Behrens Paint Spot. Most of the pictures arc for sale after the exhibit, and hostesses are 'on duty through Saturday in Hie galleries to answer questions alwul the show and about Civic Art membership and activities. Anderson has not bad an exhibit of Ihis type lieforo, and many hours of work by many people have gone into Uie effort. Comments and criticism from the general public would be appreciated by the Civic. Art group to help them plan similar events in the future. Directing the effort were Miss THE WRIGHT SISTERS Linda, Laurie and Carla—the Wright Sisters, aged 12, 10 and 7 respectively, will be on stage at though they have not yet appeared on the slage profession- illy as a sister act, they have made several television ap|>oar- ances and recorded nated from Summitville High and children. If their small brother —aged 4—was a little older, he might have had a part too. Al- Day-long Events Held By Local Tri Kappa Chapters 'Chree See Mus" for the Frank LocsFcr Music Company as lhe iVrighl Sisters, and also the "Do Re Mi" song from this show— with Anil;; Bryanl. The future for Ihcm as a trio nay be bright indeed. In lhe ne.'intime Nicy individually have •ackcd tit> quili! a scon: ,'is pro- 'cssionals. Linda m a d c her Broadway debut wilh Carol Law- •encc and Howard Keel in the nusical "Saratoga." In films she appeared wilh her sisters in the Warner Brothers "The FBI Story" and was starred as 'Sandy" in "Feud on Third Avenue" due for release late this fall. Sister Laurie has been equally jusy playing lhe key role of \meryllis during (lie Broadway engagement of "The Music Man" —first with Robert Preston, then wilh Eddie Albert and later Bert Parks. Laurie speaks four dif- : ercnl dialecls—English, Spanish, Several activities were held yesterday for Tri Kappa Sorority chapters here including a brunch in the morning at the home of Mrs, C. Merrell Hudson in honor of Mrs. Walter Norton, of Alexandria, Tri Kappa province officer. The two associate" chapters of the lorority feted Mrs. Morton in the afternoon, and a group of officers entertained with a dinner in her honor last night at the Anderson Country Club. A formal inspection of the three chapters by Mrs. Morton followed at the YWCA. Shown at the brunch in the morning are Mrs. W. C. Polhemus and Mrs. William Canada, members of the inspection committee; Mrs. Morton and Mrs. Hudson, brunch hostess. (Bulletin Photo) The opening festivity, in a dayl active chapter; Mrs. Warren Stid- of Tri Kappa activity Thursday,!ham, Beta Associate chapter, and was a brunch held at the home Mrs. Robert Lowe, Alpha Associ- of Mrs. C. Merrell Hudson, N. Madison Ave. The guest of honor! was Mrs. Walter Horton, of Alex-j andria, province officer of Tri Kappa, who spent the day in An-: derson inspecting the officers and chapters of Tri Kappa in this ate chapter. Twenty officers and committe members feted Mrs. Horton with a. dinner at the Anderson Country Club in the evening. At 7:30 at the YWCA 132 members of all three chapters city. Attending the branch werc| parlicipate[i in lhe rorma i inspec . the active chapter officers andj tion cer cmonies. Presiding were members of the inspection com-| tn( . | hrpc chap t cr presidents: Mrs rnitloe. :Rcx Fleenor, active chapter pros- Mrs. Horton was entertained lat-jident: Mrs. Mack McCarcl. Alpha fr on in the afternoon at tlici Associate president: and Mrs. j homes of Mrs, Bruce Gril)ben,|Warren Slidham, Beta Associate president. Refreshments were served from a formal tea table following the business meeting. Members of the inspection committee included Mrs. Keith II. Cochran, chafrman; Mrs. Merrell Hudson. Mrs. W. C. Poihcmus I Mrs. William Canada, Mrs. Bryce {Brown. Mrs. Richard Scars, Mrs Glenn Hcnncr, Mrs. T. C. Austin. i.Mrs. Don .Hill. Mrs. Robert A. Mettln and Mrs. James Turn- iquisl. Honored during the evening for 'outstanding length of service to' Jli_^ a l' r>a _ w l rc JIrs - foy 1 Continued On Page Twelve) i song Couple Wed Here Oct. 27 Mornn and Donald 20. at 11 u. m. in St. Ambrose Catholic Church. The Rev. Thomas Hcilrrmn officiated at llio double-ring riles following a prelude Mr. and Mrs. Calabria now reside at 886 High St., Middlelown. The bride was graduated from St. ...... . - - Mnry's High School in 1!MO. She jf bridal hymns by Mrs. Eileen is employed as a telephone re- Oleksy, organist, and Stanley Unionist at the East Side Jersey Kingma, vocalist. Dai ,. y and is a member of Beta The bride is Ihe daughter of Sigma Phi Sorority. Her husband Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Moran, Ercia Albright. downtown chair- the scene of a wedding on Oct. and Ben Scott, Civic Art|27, at 7 p.m. uniting in marriage (Norm Cut* Studio) MRS. DALE H. HICKMAN The local Church of Christ wasi Miss Martha Schorcr, Ihe maid president, along with Phil Rossin. chairman of the Downtown Retail Merchants, and his coordinating chairman, Richard Ward, with the assistance of many others. Belmonl Group Displays GiHs The October meeting of the Bel- monl Bible Church Missionary So- Miss Anna Atkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville L. Atkinson, RR !i, Marion, and Dale Henry Hickman, of Marion, son of Mrs. Fred Kocssler, of Greencastle. Maurice Howard officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Recorded organ selections were played before the service, and the vocalist was Miss Patricia Oslwrn, of Marion. ground for the candlelight scrv- MR. AND MRS. CALABRIA The wedding of Miss Joyce E. Calabria solemnized on Saturday, Oct. Uto bride wore a black and boiga knit suit with a carnation cor- graduatcd from Anderson I960 after four lute E. 47th St., and her husband High School in .... is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donalriiyoars in the Navy. He is n super- luhn Calabria, M22 Ensl Lynnlvisor at the Anderson Municipal St. Yellow gladioli a n d bronze mums decorated Ihe altar of the church. Tinted blue carnations were placed at the Allar of the Blessed Virgin. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length jown of while Chanlilly lace over idle. The filled bralicc had long ace sleeves. HIT fingt'r-lip voil of while lullc fell from a pearl- Izod crown. She carried a bniiqucl i)f while carnalions with stcphan- [lli.S. The mail She carried while roses and violels with while satin streamers entwined wilh violets. Senior bridesmaid was Miss Patricia Osborn. and the junior bridesmaid was Miss Kathy Atkinson, lhe bride's sister. They also wore lavender luffcla brocade sheath dress with organdy of honor, Miss Patricia Moran, sister of the bride, wore a gown of gold silk organza over sail n. The dress had pointed ovorsklrl. She carried bronze mums on a gold mud. Her lial was a gold rose will; veiling. Anila Ballinger, Francine Calabria and Ann Arlelhc Calabria were Ihe bridesmaids. Their gowns were brilliant green shcnlhs wilh petal ovcrskiils. They nlso jand carried bronze green muffs. Paul Moran, small brother of honor, wore a lavender taffeta brocade sheath dress with an organdy ovcrsltirt accented with del- icale tows. Her bow lype hat with ,, , . a veil came lo her shoulder, i w< ",' u 8 " ld , ™ sl! J 1;lls «'ilh veiling the bride, served as rlngbearcr. Robert Donal, of Fortville, acted as best man. Ushers were Robert Collins, of Crown Point; Tim Moran and Mike Bagicnski. The bride's mother chose for Kerns and palms wore a back- °™'skii;ls, matching tow hnls! lllc wedding an emerald green Service Guild Has Meeting The November meeting of the Christian Service Guild of ihe "olonial Evangelical United Urelhrcn Church was held at Iho lionic of Mrs. Carl Hamilton, 819 Washington Blvd. ['he president, Mrs. Fred Wright, was in charge of the nccling. Ojwncd with prayer by Mrs. John Cheesman. The officers gave reports and a busincsi session followed. It was decided lo send Edith Hale, a missionary in Equila, Ariz., a gifl of $20. An offering was taken for (ho Hjllcrcsl Christian Home, and gifts of sewing needs were brought to the meet- rig by members for World Com- minify Day. Miss Madonna McCarty was irogram chairman. Her program vns a (hank offering service with several taking parts. The thank raxes were collected at Ihe end of the service. Attending were Mcsdames John Sehriver, William Chambers, Claude Caudill, Bruce Duncon, Denny Brumficld, Nick Martin, •'rod Wright, John Cliecsmim ind sons. David and John; Don Vilson. Kenneth Schallncr, Ubb- .„„„..„, .„, „„ , v .. s ,. p „„,. wilh veils and carried while roses'< of silk organza, and Ihclcrt Waggoner. Charles Tcclcr, ciely was held at Ihe home ofijcc. Candles lined lhe family pews; 1 " 1 ' 1 violets, ibridesruum's miilher wore a goldjMadonna McCarty, Thclma Mun- Mrs. Ruth Ijcmon, 1725 W. lllh|along with while and orchid bows.I Flower girl was ,lnni<< Atkinson. r ''' 0;is . w '"' a_ jacket, jcy and lhe hostess. Carl ilamil- Contlnued On Page Twelve) SI., recently with Mrs. Mary Webber as co-liosloss. Mrs. Alice Madeira, president, conducted Ihe meeting, and Mrs. Lemon gave devotions. Christmas gifls for the Holland family in Puerto Rico were displayed and discussed. Attending were Mcsdames Boa Hartong. Mary Harncy. Betty Brooks. Deloris Teaford and Della, Judy Kcesling, Eslelle Waymire, Jackie Haskell, Florence Jewell, Shirley Gales. Eva IsMl and Linda, Rachel Davis, Bertha Coffman and Sandra, Helen Hook, Lcona Welkcr, Dorothy Vaughn, Alice Madara, Opal Nichols, Nat- alce Brockman, Madge Castor, Violet Rittcnhouse and the co- hoslesses. ACE ANNIVERSARY - Representatives from the hostess schools, Longfellow, Pork Place, Seventh Street and El Dorado, are shown above discussing plans for the 70th anniversary observance of the Association for Childhood Education which is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 16. A dinner ond program will be held at the Edgewood Country Club at 6:30 p.m. The mlcrnclional president of ACE, Dr. Lucile Lindbcrg, from Queen'i College, N.Y., will be the guest speaker. Girls from the Stale School for the Blind, at Indianapolis, also will provide entertainment. Reservations ore being taken at Pork Place School until Tuesday, Nov. 13. Discussing arrangements are, left'to fight, nbove, Edna Mohon, Diana Taylor, Ruth Felts, Elaine Eostcrling and Nettie Hennigar. (Bulletin Photo) was was (Hal. of the other altemlants. carried while roue petals, mmy Mills, of Indianapolis, the ringbcarcr. Hcsl man Denny (,'oilard from LaTa- onllniicd On P.IRO Twelve) ni'ose nan i»r menus anil ITI.I- tivcs of Ihc couple. Dancing followed. Green, gold and bronze appointments were used in the decorations. For a wedding trip to Chicago, were Richard Schorr and Kila Wilson. Tho Dcccmlwr meeting will b« a Christmas party and will bo in a party room at Jerry's rcsUiu- rant. Given in marriage by her (a-'dre.'-scd in » flared frock .slyled; '^ dinner fullmvfd at Si. Annum and son. Brian. The guests ther. lhe bride wore an milirjiicjlikc thai, of the olhcr altemlants." laffcla gown with a chapel train. A i>enrl design outlined the wide scoop neckline that dipped lo a V in back. White silk embroidery on the bodice was highlighted by pearls and iridescent sequins. 'Ilic embroidery motif was repeated on lhe long printed sleeves and on the center panels of the skirt, front and back. Soft pleats controlled the fullness of the skirt at the dipped waistline with a large taffeta bow al the waist in back. A pearl crown highlighted her elbow-length veil, and she carried a white lace prayer book with pearl strands. White roses anc ivy leaves topped the book. Fellowship Event At YW Meeting at the YWCA to make plans for the annual World Fellowship Breakfast were Mesdames Carl Morrow, A. M. Sylvester, Cle4is Redding, James Stoele and Huddle Greenwood, above. The event which it open to the public will begin at 9:30 o'clock with members of the local Jewish Sisterhood as special guests. (Bulletin Photo)' In observance of World Fellowship Week celebrated by YWCA groups around the world, the oca! unit is holding ils annual jreakfast on Wednesday, Nov. Hth at lhe YWCA. Mrs. Huddle Greenwood, chairman, assisted local Jewish Sisterhood who will be guests at the affair. A trio from the First Baptist Church Choir will sing several numbers, Mrs. James Gray, Mrs. Sylvester Cochranc and Mrs. Ralph Smith. Mrs. James Stoele as co-chairman will serve as kitchen chair- Carl Morrow, Mrs. C. B. SU>IIe, Miss Wilhelmina Werneke, Mrs. Marion Fenner, Mrs. Lucien Garner, Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, Mrs. George Salterwhile, Mrs. Tolbcrt Call and Mrs. F. G. Hoppes, who is in charge of publicity. Frank Worley, executive inced that the relations comriiit- at Ihe event . . , ; — - - - oi>cn to the public. ho invocation. Mrs. John Kckert,Duddcrar Jr., who will be injRcscrvations will be received at will lead Ihe lilany and will also charge of serving, Mrs. William lhe YW through Monday Nov nlroduca many members of the Davis, Mrs. II. L. Hoffman, Mrs. 12th

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