Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 11
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Anderson, Indiana
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SUNDAY, OCTOm 9, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jenkins The wedding of Miss Ka; Phillips and Jim Jenkins took place Sept. 17 at two-thirty in the Meadowbrook Baptist Church before tie Rev. John Zuber and the Rev. Harold Clark, who read the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Jenkins is the daughter «f Mr. and Mrs. Audie Phillips, 912 Crescent Dr. Mr. Jenkins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jenkins, 4405 Kevon Dr. The church was decoratec with bouquets of yellow galdioli with gold ribbons. Tall spiral candelabra lighted the altar. The pews were marked with four aisle posts twined in greenery attached With gold bows. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a length gown with a fitted bodice of reembrpidered Alencon lace, raised waist, bracelet length sleeves, scoop neckline and A- iuie skirt of sata peau. A detachable train of sata peau outlined with lace was secured at the waist detailed with a self- made bow. She carried a cascade of white orchid, white roses, stephanotis and ivy foliage, and wore a forward cap let of petals with silk illusion bouffant veil. Mrs. David Street was he where the bridegroom is stationed as a Munitions Specialist with the United States Air Force. The bride was graduated from Madison Heights High School in 1965. She attended Indiana University for a year and is presently employed with Anaconda Wire and Cable Co. The bridegroom also gradu-; ated from Madison Heights High School in 1965. He was employed by Bell Telephone before entering the U. S. Air ANMRSON SUNDAY HERALD program, MRS. DAN T. FISHER FETES CLIO CLUB - Mrs. J. L. Lafmore presented report en noted artist Newell Converse Wyeth from Pennsylvania, to accent opening social affair of Clio Club recently, at Ihe residence of Mrs. Dan T. Fisher, J118 Sunnymead Dr. Mrs. Seth W. E//is served as assistant hostess. Tribute was also paid to a c/ub member, Mrs. Forrest Hill, who recently presented the Albright home on West 8th St., to the community as the location for a Fine Art Center. Mrs. J. W. Barber Jr., club president, announced that Mrs. J. H. Plummer will represent the club at the Women's Council Luncheon. Pictured above, at the affair, from left, are Mesdames Charles Riedel, treasurer; John W. Barber Jr., president; Davia*Gephardt, corresponding secretary; and Gerald P. Shine, historian. The club vice-president, Mrs. K. L. Wilkinson was not present for (fie picture. .' (Herald Photo) Force. (Norm Cook) matron-of-honor in a floor length gown with skirt of silk organza-oyer-taffeta in olive green, raised waist, scoop necl line, long sleeves. The wais and wrist bands were trimmer, in fall tones of floral braid matching forward headpiece with tiers of illusion. Bridesmaids Mrs. Ton Campbell and Miss Oaro Landes, wore identical gowns They all carried muffs of gok mums with gold-green ribbons Best man was Skip Stanley. Ushers were Messrs. " Tom Campbell and Dan Bush. The mother of the bride wore « three piece beige lace suit with matching accessories. Her corsage, like that of the bridegroom's mother, was of gold mums. The mother of tie bridegroom wore a three-piece dark green knit suit with lighter green accessories. The reception was held in the church social room. The four-tiered cake centered the white satin-clothed table, which' was edged with greenery and accented with fall-colored bows. Candelabra with lime green Study Seminar Group Will Meet Oct. 11 The Mother's Study Seminar met Wednesday morning at the Madison Avenue Methodst Church. Refreshments and a so-! cial time were enjoyed first. The meeting opened by singing a hymn, "This Is My Father's World," followed by prayer by Edna Schweinfurth. Rev. Harold Leininger lead Kie discussion on "Belief In God." Reports were given by Nancy Hill and Marilee Couch on "Is God Dead"? Those attending were Rhonda Williams, Marilyn Sue Vironet, Martha Borden, Karen Mitchell, Nina Krisher, Gertrude Knopp, Alice Griffith, Alice Roberson, Edna Schweinfurth, Linnie Poore, Pat Hatfield, Charlotte Evilsizer, Nancy Hill, Marilee Couch, and Marilyn Hart, Jo Ann Knedler, Charlotte Campbell, Isabelle Doyle and Phylhs Russell. Next week the seminar will meet on Tuesday morning at 1:30 instead of Wednesday. Top- c for discussion will be "Sin and Forgiveness." Everyone is welcome to attend. Missionary Circles Convene lota Xi. Has Social n Chesterfield The September social for Zeta Jeta chapter of Psi Iota Xi Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Seifert Before three hundred guests in an evening ceremony at Jim Petrik and Roger Hinshaw. Azure Hills Seventh-day Advent- st Church, Colton, Calif.. Miss Mona Jane Clute recently became the bride of Lawrence A. iaifert. The rites were per- ormed by Elder Paul Heuback. bride, who was escorted down the aisle by her father, Fred W. Clute, was Mrs. Marcia Allen. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Sorority was held Thursday eve-[Candy Johnston and the Misses m'ng at the Chesterfield Corn-Nancy Block, Chari Seifert and munity Center. Fall colors car-iMauriel Ann Hunter. Flower ried out the theme of the pitch- 1 girl was Lynelle Gee. Groomsmen were Dick West, Shane Hinshaw was Bible Boy. Ushers were Messrs. Ken Craig, Done Butler, Tom Clute and John Bridges. A reception was held in the church's fellowship Hall. Mrs. All Missionary circles North Anderson Church of Go held meetings for the month October recently. An offerin was taken in each circle to hel in the state project for the It dian Mission at Wounded Knee S. D. Plans were made for sev eral women to attend the In diana South Missionary conven tion to be held at Mooresville on Thursday. Circle 1 met at the home o Mrs. William Knotts, 3347 Ja St. the Meeting was opened wit devotions by Mrs. Don Julian who used the title, "Let Thi Mind Be In You." The grou sang the chorus "Only Believe. and Mrs. Don Large offere prayer. The program entitle "Faces Of Poverty" was give by Mrs. Knotts and Mrs. Wfflan Buck. Mrs. Alberta Watt assisted the hostess in servin refreshments to 12 members. Circle 2 met at Mrs. Mai cqlm Hope's home, St. Rd. 9 with 12 members and two guests present. Mrs.. Bertha S m i 1 1 opened the meeting with pray er, and a business session was held by Miss Mary Ann East Mrs. Harry Benefiel led devotions, giving meditations from a chapter in Andrew Murray's book on "Divine Healing." Mrs. Verna Robertson directed the program entitled "Faces Of Poverty", with Mrs. David Lawson and Miss East taking part. An offering was taken for the Walter Bratens who are missionaries in Indian work at Toppenish, Wash. Refreshments Matron^ - of - honor Jor the Shirley Grove presided at the guest book and Mrs. Shirley C!raig and Sharon Bridges, at the gift table. The newly-weds will reside in Loma Linda, Calif., after a noneymoon to San Francisco, Carmel and Costal Ceter. in dinner, and games and a so- The brfdesgroom's broth-! Th e brides' father is Fred W. Jhe 7* By Dorothy Boyce THE NOBLE STREET METHODIST CHURCH WSCS, have completed details for their salad luncheon and fashion show, scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 13, in Fellowship Hall of the church. Serving will begin at 12 noon and fashions from Weilers will be modeled at intervals throughout the luncheon which will be continuously until 1:30 p.m The nursery will be provided for pre-school children. Tickets will be available at the door or from Circle members. Mrs Lester Hunt is WSCS resident. ANDERSON BRANCH, AAUW, will open the 1966-67 year with a six o'clock reception and dinner at Anderson Country Club, Wednesday, Oct. 12. Mrs. Dorothy Hill, branch pres- went, recently announced that guest speaker will be Dr. Patricia F. Lanier, national vice-president of the Northeast Central Area of American Assocaition of University Women. College graduates interested in Anderson Branch membership are invited to attend. Reservations, which close Oct. 11, are being accepted by Mrs. Nicholas Farris. MISS LISA DECKER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P H. Decker, 17 Overlook Dr., has recently pledged Kappa Kappa Gamma social fraternity at the University of Mississippi Miss Decker is a freshman in the School of Education and is planning to major in Elementary Education. LUCY MITCHELL, an Anderson artist, will be presented by the Pendleton Art League in a one-man show, at the Pendleton Art Gallery, 111 N. Pendleton Ave. Her collection is to include portraits and still life works in pastels, drawings and oils.. Mrs. Mitchell has exhibited this year extensively and a still life that she, entered i,n the Whitewater Valley Show, at Connersville, was awarrip Manufacturing Purchase prize. It attend. PA« 15 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Estep The wedding of Miss Mareiaj mints carried out the bride's Ann McDonald and Phillip L | colors of pink and white. Serv- Estep took place recently at ? rs , were , ,?, Ie ,? dam ?, s V ' R W the Anderson Council of Women Friday, Oct. 14. Sorority will act as hostess g""^. a™ ira«ivauuu» MI be arranged with members of Omega Nu Tau Sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Romine Miss Linda Diann Hunt, aughter of Mr. Hunt, and and Mrs. Madison candles flanked the cake, which|rial hour were'enjoyed. ,er, B~ud SeifsrC was best man.! clute ' o£ Anderson, and the Dorothy was encircled with foliage and! Members present were Con- bride's mother is Mrs. Thelma two punch bowls. Servers were:nie McGivern, Sandy Crozier,, k\ _:_ r C^n-L. 1 M - CIuie . of San Bernardino : Mrs. Earl Raper, Miss Marsha I Pat Crouse, Eleanor Pence. De-i' vvu l ur Mrs. Elmer Bast. It was guest night for Circle : , when 28 members and guests met in Fellowship Hall at the church for a pitch - in supper , ,, , , .. „ r ,„ The tables were decorated with ? f Go ? b £, ibs Rcv - J - w centerpieces and candles ini ln a double-ring ceremony. iiium leautiful autumn colors. Mrs.I Given in marriage by her'lj>66._ son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hamm, 276 Delaware St., were married Sept. 18 at two-thirty; o'clock in Arrow Heights Church! The bride ieu j,'.i me miuc- awarded the Stant hangs in their 9, is the opening 6 p.m. The show blic is Uivited to e first meeting of Oct. 14. A noon aunch the season with the Council, it. Phi Beta Psi eservations are to Tau Sorority. ^^^B 3? "i • I 1 ' Hi f \ •Htt J ^^H % ^•^ if ! ^^^B a ^^B j| ^^1 $ ^^B c Irk; ^^^K.'JfeAk.. J»Jiji : :3«e|j« *'iill 'JiBTOJi^.-'i-vH •URnnni ^^^^^^^HH ^^^Hn ••••i Romine ;room Is stationed . Armed Forces at d Wood, Mo. and residing at home. is an employe of rmacy, and is at- >rson High School. egroom graduated on High School in Flynn's before William C. Houser of the local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, who performed the double - ring ceremony. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Loren McDonald, 1225 Indiana Ave. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs H. L. Estep, 2918 East 10th St. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white linen suit with a white lace blouse. On her head she wore a pillbox accented with a bow in back and seeded with oearl to which a short silk illusior veil was attached. She carried a cascade of red roses and baby pale pink carnations Mrs. Timothy Carper Was matron-of-honor in a light pinl dress of chiffon-over-taffeta wit] Empire waist. On her head was a veil of pink net caught by a pink taffeta bow. She carried a nosegay of red roses and piri carnations. The mother of the bride wore a pink dress with pale pink and black accessories. Her corsag was like that of the bridegroom's mother - baby re< roses and carnations. The moth er of the bridegroom wore pink linen two-piece dress wit pink hat and toast accessories. The reception was held a Flynn's Party House, where the three - tiered cake, candles ant The Ben Riedners Are Hosts For Chili Supper The Jackson Park Church of Jod Youth Fellowship met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Riedner, 718 W. 29th St. re- ently for a chili supper. Contests were staged and (rizes were awarded to Mrs. Rwanda Auker, Miss Jeanette ientley, Danny Hogue, Darrell ackson and Jeff Pierce. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hilligoss, Mrs. Mariyn Closser, Mrs. Lawanda mker, Misses Joyce Hamel, eanette Benfley, Sherry Neely, Vermila Harp, Franny 'aschal, Mary Lee Skinner, Sharon Krieg, Janice Hamel, Messrs. Danny Hogue, Jeff 'ierce, Darrell Jackson, John ^arp, Steven Bentley. Mike Harp and Ihe host and hostess. OHUUI anu vvaner Alien jr. miss Barbara Rice registered guests. After a short wedding trip to Dayton, 0., the couple are residing in Pendleton. Mrs. Estep graduated from Anderson High School in 1963 and from Beauty School. She is employed at Edgewood Beauty Salon. Mr. Estep graduated from Madison Heights High School in 1958 and attended Ball State University. He is employed at Delco-Remy Division of General Motors Corporation. Clubettes OPB Club The OPB Club met with Mrs. Joanna Baldwin 125 Nursery Rd., Tuesday night. .After a business session, a white elephant sale was held. Birthday gifts were presented to Millie Adams and Mae Hiday. Contest prize winner was Margaret Johnson. Mary Walker won a door prize. Refreshments were served to 11 members. On Nov 1, Elsie Deweese, 2724 Main St., will be hostess. A ' Tnr>c The Americana TOPS Club met at the Americana Nursing Home Tuesday evening with Mrs. Carole Hale, leader, in charge. Several TOPS songs were sung with Mrs. A u d r a Stevens at the piano. Reports were given, and a Queen of the Month was crowned and ?ifts presented. A total loss of 41 pounds was reported by nembers. There were 13 members, three guests and two new members present. Anyone in- erested may attend the next meeting on Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. t the nursing home. Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda chapter of £ta Sigma Phi Sorority met 'uesday evening at the home f Mrs. Jim White, 1111 W. 1th St. A business session was leld with money - making proj- cts discussed. A rush party was planned for the first of : ovember. Refreshments were erved to Barbara Burton, Dor- thv Hutton. Jayne Miller, Jant Rariden. Karel Smith. Penny Buck, Diana Imel. Brenda Robrtson and the hostess. Kinger, Miss Sandy Layeock and Miss Terri Applegate. On their honeymoon trip to the Great Smokies, the bride traveled in a plum - colored linen dress accented with an orchid from her bridal bouquet. The couple will live in Formosa anna Wolfe. Mary Jane rist, Anna Claire Stephens, Nedra Ward, Jeanette Hornocker, Dobie Corbin, Barbara Murphey, Sonya Eddy, Marilyn Thompson, Marilyn Ault, Donna Colvill. Joan Webb and Susan Mullarkey. School Time Prices Start • Distinctive Type Faces • 88 Character Keyboard • Handsome New Casa • True Office Machine Action Also • Royal • Smith Corona • Underwood Olivetti OUR OWN GUARANTEED SERVICE DONE IN OUR SHOP . . . Right en Meridian at 1212 Phone 644-4404 Insurance Women The Anderson chapter of the National Association of Insurance Women had dinner and their first meeting of the season at the YMCA recently. Guest speaker for the event was Maj. Roy Smith of the Anderson Police Department who spoke on "Traffic Safety." Members attending were: Mary Roberts, Judy Riggs, Kathryn Cline, Diane Cunning- ! Calif. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Airs. George Seifert, of Redlands, Calif. Adelphai Philai Club Is Entertained The Adelphai Philai Club met recently in the home of Mrs. Paul Comer. Feme Martin conducted a short business meet- ng, and Mae Morrison and Berham, Barbara Dudley, Joycejtha Gardner were appointed to Dea Kyne, Mona Fuller, Lee I be delegates to the Anderson Frauman, Phyllis H u ffm a nj Council of Women's luncheon'. Reba Jones, Jean Lawson, Man-jThe group .received an invita- Shuck conducted'fathcr, the bride wore a slreet- a brief business meeting. The | length Empire waist dress with opening prayer was given by a ... , ., , , . , guest, Ernie Lopez. Devotions whlle embroldered lace . l °P and were given by Mrs. Herber Hall, who gave meditations on "What Poverty Is." The gues speaker, Mrs. Nellie Elsten child welfare case worker for the Madison County Welfare Department, was introduce! by Mrs. Paul Williams. She gave a talk on situations in this locality. The meeting closec with prayer by Mrs. Carolyn Waters. Circle 4 met at the .home of \!rs. David Troutman, 1216 ..indbery Road. Mrs. —ames Willis was in charge of the business, and also directed the program entitled, "Faces Of ie, McBride, Thelma Payne, Jeri Ware., Margaret Spell. Madonna Swingley, Eloise VanHoy, Helen Williams and Lena Osse-l laer. 'overt)'", Mrs. Allen Gropp assisted in the program. The host- tion to attend the open house)ess served refreshments to nine tea at the Hillcrest Home on members. mint green crepe skirt. pe_rl-edged crown held Oct. 12. Grace Rouse, chairman of the Mom: •^-— N^W^.-w-v-^VV~ throw away your BABY'S spoon! is here!! JILL 1103 JACKSON Towor Building •I Grace Rouse, chairman of Uie ; /~ i • i r- 'project committee. prcsentedjL-OOK'nO !S PUD 'several philanthropic projects „, philanthropic project, land the club selected two to (sponsor. Axcirie Bolitho reported on the recent art exhibit she had. visited. Sally Grimes, the club's guest, brought exhibits of her flower arrangements and seasonal decorations made from garden and. roadside flowers, leaves and pods, and explained the various ways these might be preserved. Refreshments in the Hallow een theme were served by th< co-hostesses, Ada Odell, Pear Bailey, Rose Keith and Fero Martin. Guests were Mesdames Rich ard McCambell, William Grimes and Iva Hiatt. Mem bers attending were Mesdames Pearl Bailey, George Boyer James Browning, Paul Comer Erma Dallas, Ora Gardner, Allen Hart, Bess Hartrnan, Louis liitchcock, E. 0. Howard, Rose Keith, Feme Martin, Mae Morrison, Martin O'dell, R. D. Olek, Leslie Fletcher, Zello Rouse, Myrl Willen, Greely Baurle, Russell Olt. Bud Schlabach, Misses Axchie Bolitho and Mae McAlpine. \NTKSEGREGATION WASHINGTON - Laws of 16 of the states, from New Hampshire and New Jersey in the East, to Idaho and Washington n the West, have laws which > r o It i b i t segregation in their •schools. FAMILY SUPPER While fresh peaches are still! available, yo may want to try this coffee-cake type dessert. Grilled Ham Steak Baby Limas Tomato-Cucumber Salad Peach Squares Beverage Peach Squares l!i cups sifted flour ',2 cup enriched white cornmeal Vz cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt % cup butter or margarine % cup milk 1 egg, slightly beaten 2 cups sliced peeled fresh peaches Her the squared veil. She earned a white carnation nosegay trimmed in mint green. Leann Goodman was matron of-honor in a beige lace sheath and light brown veiled hat. She carried a cascade of daisies. Best man was David E. Aiger and ushers were Messrs. Pete Mitchell and Mark Graham. The mother of the bride wore a brown suit with beige accessories. The mother of the bridegroom wore a hunter green dress With brown accessories. A reception was held in the lome of the bride's parents, jilies-of-the-valley and green foliage were centered on the white-satin-clothed table, a n c decorations on the gift table in eluded a bouquet of white anc green-tipped mums on the green I cloth, covered with lace. Secretaries Announce Current Affairs Zale's knows what she wants: a diamond watch! (Satisfy her desire f or beanry and luxury with a stylish diamond watch. So easy f o buy on Zale's convenient terms.. '/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar Sift together flour, cornmeal, i cup granulated sugar, baking powder and salt. Cut in buttei until particles arc fine. Adc milk and egg; stir only until dry ingredients are moistened, "'at into bottom of H by 7 by inch baking pan. Sprinkle >eaches with remaining V\ cup sugar; let stand a few minutes; arrange peaches over flour mix- tire; sprinkle peaches with brown sugar. Bake in a hot (WO degrees) oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Cut in squares and serve warm, Makes 8 servings. 1 The Indiana Association of Legal Secretaries will hold a seminar on Oct. 15, at the Sheraton-Lincoln Hotel, Indianapolis Using as its theme, "Profile of Proficiency," the seminar is conducted to assist all secretaries in improving professional skills and will feature lectures pertaining to "Written Communications and Human Relations" by Jean Halterman, Indiana University professor of marketing, and George A. Saas, Indianapolis, senior vice president of Bbzell and Jacobs, Inc. Registration for the day-long seminar begins at 8:30 a.m. with closing scheduled for 4:30. Special events throughout the day have been planned, m-.\ eluding a style show in cor;-' junction with the noon luncheon. All secretaries ar« invited to attend. Anyone desiring additional information may contact Miss Marilyn Marsh. MOON MISSION SET HAMPTON. Va. Another photographic (UPI)-j mission; o the moon, seeking a landing «ite for Apollo astronauts, was set Thursday for Nov. 6 by the lational space agency. B. Elgin with fi diamonds TDK case. 17 jfixve $125.00 E. 17-jc'wa! Hamilton with 32 diamonds. UK casa. $375.00 . DOWNTOWN Shop Daily til 5:30 - Friday til 8:30 1031 Meridian Phone 644-4439 WORLD'S LARGEST ]TOEim • MOUNDS MALL Shop Evening! til 9 P.M. Mounds Mall Ph. 644-331*

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