Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 12
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PAGE 16 ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD JBWAY, OCTQHK 9, 1966 Blue Beil Ball Committees Convene Mrs. Richard Ward, Blue) Pictured above, at the plan-!window display, Gamma Iota; ed for the annual social event. Mary Ruffling Club Begins New Season Miss Shirley Mae Estes be- Nu Tau; Denny Roof, candi- Beta; tables and chairs, Theta dates pictures chairman, GanvMu; clean up, Phi Zeta. ------ „.„, „„. „,„ uc . ma Iota chapter Beta Sigma Attending the session were: cam e the bride of Michal u. Phi; Michel Hodge, throne ; Veronica Vaughn Phi Zeta -i Egbert, Sept. 3, when the Rev. chairman Pra Chi Epsilon; and Marilyn Eutsler, Karol Kurtz JJ° h n C. Wine performed the Karl Kurtz, refreshments con- py Gamma Nu; Jovce McNeil <• double-ring ceremony at one- cession chairman, Phi Gamma W anda Blair Xi Sigma- Lynne lthir ty o'clock in the First Nu,chapter. : Roof Katb Dm Gamma 'Church of the Nazarene. Mr. and Mrs. Michal D. Ebbert jRoof, The Blue Bell Ball, held each!lota; Katby Marcia kindergartens, conducted the in stallation service for the following officers: President, Mrs. Howard C. McKee; vice - president, Mrs. George Smith: secretary, Mrs. Bernard Wingo; treasurer, Mrs. Richard Deardorf; Federation delegate, Mrs. Gerald Harr; finance chairman, Mrs. Bruce Stong. Mrs. Caryl Busby, therapist for the city schools, spoke on , Gammaj Church of the Nazarene. jc uiuc JJLU ijau, iiciu entUiioLa; jviarcia Hodge, Janie ^ n ^ bride is the daughter of r iof the benefit of mentaliCoon Phi Chi Epsilon- Vickie Mrs - Orvilla Estes, 731 Francis '"- - J ' ••'-•• -•- -- - [JDr., and Robert Estes Jr., AD.. derson; parents of the bride;room are Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Ebbsrt, 2921 Fletcher John C. Wine, organist, ! reports were giv-Mary Greeawalt, Xi Gamma I presented a medly of tradition »-s: Posters, ticketsjZeta; Ann Shaffer, Delta Gam- al b ™& selections as the Committee en as follows ..__, and , marquees. Xi Gamma! ma. Zeta; door committee andt The next meeting will be held Guest Book, Zeta Gamma: queen's committee, Preceptor Eta; candidates' flowers, Psi Phi, Kappa Delta Phi; hall decorations (walls and backdrop), Xi Sigma; table decorations, Zeta Lambda; hall decorations lor tne city iciiuuis, SPUKC un , ... —:., : ~" , •;•" -~~.« the subject, "I Listen and Speak!(ceiling). Alpha Lambda; gifts to My World." She explained.committee Delta Gamma; con- the many facets of the local i cessions. Phi Gamma Nu; coat speech and hearing program |check, Omega, Omega Nu Tau; and described the feelings and ^ one setting, Phi Chi Ep- consequent attitudes of a child silon: candidates pictures and dealing with difficulties of this! type. Miss Sue Steinkamp, kindergarten teacher, spoke to the mothers about their children's fall activities., Mrs. Gene Swindell, chairm Maurice Caldwell and Howard 1 McKee . Calendar Each month's program will Oct. 13, at the YWCA at 7:30. All interested sororities are urged to send a representative. (Herald Photo) Clubettes Sigma Beta The October business meeting of Sigma chapter of Sigma Beta Sorority was held Monday night at the home of Mrs. Rob- Eagles Auxiliary ert Trueblood, 316 Elva St. Can- guests assembled. A white arch, entwined with ivy, centered the chancel which was flanked by floor vases of white gladiola, with blue bows. Palms and seven branched candelabra completed the setting. Given in marriage by her fa- jacket and matching acces- Art Club Launches New Year Art Club members attendee a luncheon Monday at . the Bronnenberg Tea Room to open the new season of activities. Each member told of her summer vacation, and new officers were installed. Mrs. Gordon Julius is president this year assisted by Mrs. Rollie A. Bennett, vice presi dent; Mrs. Milford Barron, recording secretary'; Mrs. Robert Jraswell, corresponding secre- ary; Mrs. W. A. H. Vanarsdall, treasurer. Other officers are Mrs. I. H. Wright, histor- an; Mrs. George Coburn, cri- ic; Mrs. Robert R. Brown, tlrs. Daniel Davisson and Mrs. luth T. Badgley, cooperation 'or the blind committee. Meetings planned this season following the theme, "Let's Go Exploring," are as follows: Nov. 1 - Mrs. B. M. Nelson, lostess; "Exploring Nature," Mrs. Daniel Quickel. Dec. 5 — Christamas party, Anderson College; social committee in charge of program. Jan. 2 — Mrs. R. H. Rob- •rts, hostess; "Exploring Art Treasurers," Mrs. J. W. Riche DELTA CHAPTER INSTALLS OFFICERS - During a recent dinner-meeting of Delta chapter, Omega Nu Tau Sorority at the YMCA, cfficcers of the chapter will installed lor the 1966 67 program year. The new officers are pictured above, seated from left, Mesdames Paul Jam's, representative; Paul Bott, president and Ralph Carney, retiring president. Standing, from left, are Mrs. Dan Kesney, secretary; Mrs. Opha Kelly, social editor; Miss Jo Barnette, treasurer; and Mrs. Robert Dyson, Sargent-at-Arms. Herald Photo) sories. The mother of the bride- Feb - G " Mrs - !•• H - Wri 8 nl groom, Mrs. Ebbertt, chose a' noatess '' "Exploring nature, two-piece beige knit suit, which !* Irs - Ra 'ph Garriott. was accessorized in green. Both! March 6 — Mrs. Robert Bras- mothers wore identical corsages: we "> hostess; "Let's Explor nf trhito mcor i Underground," Mrs. Arthur B of white roses. Following the nuptial service a reception in Fellowship Room of the church honored the newlyweds. Tables were covered with white lace cloths, highlighter. by blue appointments. The four ty, social committee, hostess, tiered wedding cake was topped " ~ " - -- with the traditional bridal cou- >le, encircled with smilax. iervers included Mrs. Juhl Baker, aunt of the bride, and Mrs Linda Lennen. Upon leaving for their wedding trip to Florida and the Bahama Islands the bride changed into a white Italian knit two-piece suit for travel. ther and mother, the bride ap- The suit was accessorized in peared in a ballerina - length gown of Chantilly lace, designed over debutant lines. Small blue, and she wore the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The bride attended Madisorj ruffles adorned the bottom ofiHeights High School and Don- the gown. White irridescent s be correlated with the club's |dy sales and plans for the na<ms. ucucow^ucii. uuaumouijjienje f° r the year, "The|tional convention were dis- of the hostess committee. used| w °rW of our Children." Sub- d & ^ mpm hi>r< autumn decor and colors on'jects and speakers for the en- cussed ' s>everal member s the serving table which was suing months are as follows: centered by a bouquet of golden November — "In Tune With chrysanthemums. Ass is ting,My World", Miss Mary Jane Mrs. Swindell were Mrs. Tom;Bergdoll, supervisor of music. planning to attend the convention. Present were Mesdames Gail Brant, Helen Lough, Frances Smith, Thelma Smith, Lois Harvey, Mrs. Raymond Taylor; February — "My WonderfuljMorgan, Garnet Weatherford and Mrs. Richard Deardorf. ThejWorld of Books", Miss LindajNorma J. Weatherford and the centerpiece was given as a door prize to Mrs. F. G. Fritzler. Guests attending were: Mrs. Caryl Busby. Miss Lavinia Burton, Miss Sue Steinkamp and Charles Wh'tmill, principal. Members included Mesdames Eugene Baskerville, Chet Robbins, Gilbert FrrW»r. Tussey, Park Pla'ce School librarian. March — "I Put My World on Paper", Miss Doris Noel, art supervisor. Apri'l — "My World and I", 0. T. White, director of Pupil Personnel Services and Educa- hostess. The next meeting will be a social at the home ofj Norma J. Weatherford on Oct. 17. EAGLES AUXILIARY The Eagles Auxiliary met [Tuesday night at the lodge Thompson, Bruce Stong, James 1 Center. tion Research and Resources'home with President Melba King, Robert F. Stanley, Billie Thompson, Bernard Roush. Frank C. Johnson, Donald Adair, G. L. Mayo, Billy A. Davis, George Smith. Bernard "A New World Unfolds", Mrs. report, and it was announced Pauline Merritt, director of (initiation will be held next c-.hnni i,.,ith =.„„,;„„,. . „ j Tuesday night. Monthly prizes health services, and Miss Lavinia Burton, supervisor W'ngo, Mike Baldwin, R o b e r t of kindergartens and special Tj:tii n T3:«u n _j i-<n«_j e n:_i. : r Kittle, Richard Deardorf. Richard Kardatzke, Howard Burnett, Tom Harvey. Gene Swindell, Ravmond Taylor, Gerald Harr, Dale Richardson. Robert Boyer. May — Spring Roundup tea, Rector in charge. Genevieve Dillman gave the secretary's services. All meetings are to be held were won by Anita Schreider and Pearl Brundage. Mary Wilhoite won the door prize. Refreshments were served by the the first Wednesday of thelsocial committee. Virginia month in the Park Place School!Surge, Evelyn Wisehart. Wilma kindergarten room at 1 p.m. iWarfield and Christina Brewer. crusted to design a pattern lace at the neckline. Lpi sleeves tapered to bridal poin at the wrist. The headpiec was custom made to match t gOTO. A shoulder - length ve of illusiion was secured to crown of tiny seed pearls. T bride carried a white Bit topped with a cascade arrang ment of white carnations a sweetheart roses, centered w: a white orchid, tied with whi and blue satin streamers love knots. Lillies of the valle were interspersed througho the bouquet. Miss Cinda Huntzinger, a tired in a ballerina-length gown served as maid of honor. Th ice blue gown of silk organz over taffeta was accented t tiny embroidered flowers ovi the fitted empire bodice. Sh wore a headpiece of satin ri ton, which held a brief veil illusion. Her nosegay was white rose and carnations, wi blue and white streamers. Daniel Estes brother of tt bride, served as best man an ushers were Messrs. Tim an Joe Ebbert, brothers of th bridegroom. For her daughters weddin Mrs. Estes selected a seaki blue lace sheath with matchin 1000 Meridian Anderson, Ind. NATURAL TREAD Shoe Week • Black • Brown • Blue * Calfskin • Black Patent A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Choice in Layaway • Black • Brown • Blue • Calfskin • Black Sueda Regularly Priced at 9.99 A special fnvifotion t o (fie women who nave never worn Natural Tread Shoet and, of course, lo all the women w/io know and love them/ If you are one of the thousands of women who have already discovered the comforts and beauty of these fine shoes . . . Natural Tread WEEK is for you, of course. But, even more, It's a week for the woman who hai never worn Natural Tread Shoes to discover for herself how wonderful Natural Tread Shoes are on her feet . . . how beautiful they look and feel, how gently they fit. See our unusually complete and boautiful selection. SIZES 5 to 10, AA to EF! aids' Beauty School. Mrs. Ebbert was graduated from Anderson High School, class of 1964, and is employed at Guide Lamp Division of General Motors. The couple will reside in Anderson Henning. April 3 — Mrs. George A Coburn, hostess; "Exploring a Foreign Country," exchange student. April 17 — Guest Day par May 1 — Mrs. Daniel Davis son, hostess: "Exploring Space," Mrs. Rollie A. Bennett June 5 — A Day at Tippe canoe, social committee in charge. Attending Monday's luncheon were Mesdamcs W. G. Austin, Ruth Badgley, Milford Barron; Rollie A. Bennett, Robert Braswell, Robert R. Brown, John Childes, George A. Coburn, Ralph Garriott, J. Wallace Hall, Robert W. Beaton, Arthur B. touring, Gordon Julius, M. I. lenning, Godron Julius, M .1. tirktman, B. M. Nelson, Paul J. Pflasterer, J. W. Richeson, R. H. Roberts, Roy Roudebush, G. Brook Sefton, Ward K. Stilson, W. C. Strickler, W. A. H. Vanarsdall, I. H. Wright, syd- Norm Cook Photo ney Williams, Daniel Davisson, Friendly Club Will Mark 19th Year The 19th annual anniversary of the interdenominational Friendly Club, will be presented ~' Hoineoiakers Club Calendar uct. li at 1 p.m. *% i^,r~r Monday Madison County Chorus — p.m. rehearsal; Central Chris tian Church, 923 Jackson St. Anderson. Mid-Century — 7 p.m Mrs """ Fowler i" arion Withers; Roll call Mar An interesting program has| r j a geage been Arranged for the special! Econ-Mrs. - Mrs Lynn occasion. The entertainment, in Rockwell, Ridgeview Dr. Rt 4 charge of Verne Petry will be Le SSOn -gew -What's New" kept a mystery until the after- !Le ade r, Mrs. Jerry Heininger noon affair is stappd !D~H ....n MTI..^- _i-.i ____ , 6 noon affair is staged. Dr. Robert W. Fribley will give the devotions and the club resident, Mrs. E. A. Bailey Roll call, White elephant e* change. Tuesday Jackson Township — 1:30 will officiate at a brief business p.m. Mrs, Jo Givens, Rt. 6, An- session. i derson; Lesson, "Go Creative Circle 7 will serve refresh-jwith Salads"; Leader, Barbara ments to members and guests Courtney; Roll call, My favorite and a decorated birthday cake'"'" J - m --"~ -* -"-—will accent the anniversary heme. YWCA Future Events Listed The three YWCA Bible classes will meet together Thursday, )ct. 13 at 9 a.m. in, the Lounge. The Thursday morning class will act as hostesses. The first session of the YWCA Srides workshop will be Monday, Oct. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Naomi Flynn will be the in- tructor in explaining "Gowns and Underpinnings." This- class will be conducted for six wee'ks. And will include instructions n the following "flowers, Re- eption and Photos, china and ilver, counseling and budget- ng and household management. r or registration and information call YWCA. A Tea will be held in Room salad; Election of officers. Neighbor's Inc. — Mrs. William Hood, 1310 East Hartman Rd.; Lesson, "Go Creative with Salads"; Leader, Mrs. .Geralc Skinner; Roll call, Individual. Wednesday Dolly Madison —Mrs. George Rout, 703 College Dr.; Homemakers Conference report; Mrs. Hadley Reed and Mrs. George Bender; Roll call, A hat I remember. Happy Hour —Mrs. Howard Hill hostess of 33rd Anniversary, 1:30 p.m. Friends Meeting House, Pendleton; History of Madison County given by Miss Nell Hallowell. Home Social — 1 p.m. Mrs. Maurice Hector, Rt. 1, Middletown; Lesson "Teaching Teenagers Responsibility"; Leader, Mrs. Floyd Needier; Roll call, Current Event; Election of Officers. Markleville — 1 p.m. Mrs. Charles Noland, Rt. 1, Middletown; Co-Hostess Mrs. Grover Keesling; Lesson, "History of I, YWCA 16, 2 to 4 p.m. honor-'Madison County"; Leader, Mrs. ing Leonard Snyder, notable [Larence Julian; Roll call,' Indi- uthor, lecturer and writing vidual. oach from New York, who will e teaching a course in "crea- ive writing" at the YWCA. The 'ea is open to all those in- erested in learning to write for ublieation. Mr. Snyder, sug- 'ested anyone who wishes to Moonsville — 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Conrad, Rt. 2, Alexandria; Special Interest Lesson; Roll call, A trick you have played on Halloween. Now or Never — 1 p.m. Airs. Verna Heavlin. 2443 Jackson "Go Creative with Salads"; Leader, Mrs. Page Bronnenberg; Roll call, Bring salad and give recipe. Thursday Helping Hands — 10 am. Mrs. Leland Smith, 813 Cottage Ave.; Lesson, "Advertising and You"; Leader, Mrs. Basil McCartney; Roll call, Individual. Lafayette Township —Mrs James McCullough, Rt. 2, Anderson; Lesson, "History of Madison County"; Leader, Mrs Mary Jones; Roll call, Autumn Poem. Modern Mrs. —Mrs. Sherman Hurst, Rt. 1, Box 75, Alexandria; Lesson on Citizenship by Mrs. Jerry Davis; Roll call, Show and Tell. Mounds Merry Mrs, — Mrs. Jack Castor, 2025 Alexandria Pike; Lesson, "Advertising and You"; Leader, Mrs. Kenneth Garner; Roll call, The commercial that bugs me most. Tri County —Mrs. A. E. Poole, Rt. 1, Fortyille; Lesson, "History of Madison County"; Leader, Mrs. Guy Kite; Roll call ,Yard and garden exchange. The Wright — 9 a.m. Meet at Mrs. Ralph Page, 1008 Malibu Dr. for Surprise tour; Lesson, "Sew What's New"; Leader, Mrs. Roy York; Roll call, Mary Whistler —Mrs. Eldon Harkle, Markleville; Lesson, 'Sew What's New"; Leaders, Mrs. Robert Littrell and Mrs. Dave Gilley; Roll call, All come masked. Hearth 'N Home —Tour to Zionsville. Friday Red Corner —Mrs. JOB hurchj Rt .2, Elwood; Lesson, 'Teaching Teenagers Responsi- lility"; Leader, Mrs. Loren Wittkamper; Roll call, Bring a plant you have grown. Madison County Homemakers Achievement Day 10 a.m., First ilethodist Church, Elwood; 'forth "A" St., (across from he Post Office). Mr. and Mrs. Aaron L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Aaron L. Jones, It. 4, Anderson, will celebrate heir 25th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 16, with an ipen house from 2 to 5 p.m. at heir home in Wooded Ridge Ad- lition. Friends and relatives of law of the couple wilf serve as be couple are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jones were wed Oct. 16, 1941, in Tuscombia, Ala., and have resided in An- derson since 1953. They are parents of two daughters, Mrs. Donald Alexander, of Alexandria; and Mrs. David Cave, of Andersoa There are four grandchildren. tion. Mr. and Mrs. Jones request that gifts be omitted. (Forkner's studio) ee their "name in print" sign St.; Lesson, "What's New in p for the course which will be| Fa brics"; Leader, Mrs. Verna eld the week of October 17 Heavlin; Roll call, Current through 21. Morning and eve- Event. Election of Officers. ling classes will be offered. Call! Valle >' Gr °ve — Salad lunch- he YWCA for information. f?_ n i^noon^Mrs. Walter Mar- The YWCA Adult program tour committee has arranged for two tours this month. On; Saturday, Oct. 15, at 8 a.m. two bus loads will leave the YWCA for a trip to Roekville, Indiana to attend the Parker County Covered Bridge festival. The group will return around 7p.m. The second tour will be on SHRINKING CAP COD NEW YORK (UP!) -Atlantic Ocean currents are carrying and away from Cape Cod at a ate that will make the famed ""lew England sandbar peninsu- a nonexistent in 4,000 to 5.000 ears. A two-mile strip already :as been eaten away since the The daughters and sons-in- Saturday Oct. 22, which will be _ -, a. ------ , -- : ,, ------- t() sfie the edition hosts for the open house recep- of "Holiday on Ice." The bus will leave the YWCA at 11:30 a.m. and return immediately after the show. V5 OFF SHOW HOME SAMPLES IF YOU . . . are interested in Modern Contemporary furniture at its best arrangement and styles, then visit the Norbury Show Home in Greenbriar addition for a REAL VALUE on SHOW HOME SAMPLES at 1/5 off tha regular price. You may select from lots of accessories, also family room, bedroom, dining room, and living room suites at this special low price. Everything selected and arranged by Mr. Tom Zeabart TOM ZEABART COMPLETE WITH FRAMES AND SINGLE VISION LENSES ALL GLASSES ONE LOW PRICE 100 STYLES, SHAPES AND COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Choose the Glasses that you want and only you need for your special requirements. 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