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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2S. 1967 THE ANDERSON HERALD PAGE S Clark-Miller Nuptial Rites Exchanged In Elwood Church Wedding vows were ex changed by Miss Elaine Jeanna Miller and Garry Joe Clark on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 8 p.m. in the Elwood Church of God. Par cnts of the bride are Mrs. Aud rey Millet, 1203 Roe Ave., Alex andria, and Ralph Miller, wht resides near Alexandria. The bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Joseph Clark, 162 South L St., Elwood. The Rev. Robert L. Metz of ficiated at the double-ring cere mony following a prelude o bridal airs by Miss Carolyn Berry, organist. Decorating the altar were vases of white gladioli and lighted candelabra. A white kneeling bench was placed in the center. Pews of the church were marked with white satin bows. Given in marriage by Richard Leever, a family friend, the bride wore a bouffant gown of Chantilly lace with a fitted bodice a jeweled scalloped Sabrina neckline and long sleeves which tapered to bridal points. An arched overskirt revealing tiers of ruffled lace in front ended in a sweeping chapel train. Her silk illusion veil cascaded from a headpiece of lace petals edged in pearls and aurora crystals She carried a nosegay of baby white roses. Her only jewelrj was a heart-shaped necklace centered with a diamond, a gift from her mother. Miss Kalhy Lee, the maid of honor, wore an emerald green floor-length gown with a scoop neckline, Dior sleeves and con- trailed bell skirt. A court tram was attached at the waistline. The sleeves were finished with self ruffles. Forward clusters oi roses centered with emerald green accents secured her four- tiered bouffant veil. She wore short white gloves and a gold cross necklace. She carried a bouquet of white pompons. Acting as bridesmaid was Miss Joyce Ann Shrock, a cousin of the bridegroom. She also wore an emerald green gown, a matching headpiece and carried white pompons. . Everett Webb, cousin of the bridegroom, served as best man Ushers were Roy Thomas and Tim Faulstick The bride's nuttier. Mrs. Miller wore a beige dress with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Clark, chose a two-piece mint green knit dress with black accessories and a corsage of white carnations. A reception followed in the church Fellowship Room. The serving table was covered with a white cloth and an overskirt of Kelly green net. A five- tiered wedding cake shaped like a Valentine centered the table. Serving the guests were Mrs Joyce Shrock, an aunt of the bridegroom; Mrs. Karen Webb cousin of the groom, and Mrs Gaynelle Lee. Misses Jean Jones and Donna Ritter, cou sins of the groom, registered the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are residing at 214 N. 18th St., Elwood. The bride was graduated from Alexandria - M o n r o High School and Indiana Bus ness College. She is employe in the Trust Department of th Anderson Banking Co. Her hit band was graduated from We dell Willkie High School, E wood, and is employed at DC cc-Remy Division. Am vets Auxiliary Addresses Mail For Vietnam Amvets Auxiliary of Post met Tuesday evening in the po home, 2025 W. 16th St. Pres dent Pauline Jones opened session with the Pledge to th Flag and a prayer. Roil ca was conducted by Secretar Jackie Pittser. Reports w e r jiven including a review of th SEC meeting held Sunday Cedar Lake. The next SEC se sion will be held in April a Hartford City. The state con vention will be held in Jun at Ft. Wayne. Later members addressed en velopes to servicemen in Vie nam. A door prize was awardec :o Marie Farmer, and refres! ments were served to Paulin Jones, Jackie Pittser, Dotti VIonaghan, Rose Baden, Ba >ara Heiney, Xennie Liken Esta Lineberry, a new mem jer, Mary Farmer, and the hos ess, Marie Farmer. The next meeting will be hel March 7, with Esta Lineberr as hostess. Weight Is TOPS Club Subject The Americana TOPS CIu lad its regular Tuesday meet ng at the Americana Nursin Jome. The club was founded fa ?at Davidson of Chesterfield. Beverly Snyder presented th wogram. An essay was given 'Why Am I Overweight?" Sh also gave the "Rules of th Juman Motorist". Those present were Jill Hen ninger, president; Rache foung, vice president; J o y c ievoy, secretary; Joy Cox reasurer; Beverly Snyder, He en Abbott, Marie McClintock ,avonne Atkinson, Catherin ^urry, Ruth Jones, Glori 'ones, Renee Zion, Pat Carr Carolyn Gavin, Pat Stevens lolly Glover and three guests Vicki Hen, Olive Thompson Mellie Hull. Today Al YMCA A Quick Zip but* ZIP INTO this, smart, slimming shift, when you're expecting friends, or going out. Whip it up in a few hours of gay gingham checks Printed Pattern 4830: Half Sizes !2'/2, 14Vi, 2012, 22'.-!, 2414, Size 16',i takes Ws yards 35-inch. FIFTY CENTS in coins for each pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, mailing and special handling. T -~ "•-'• MV '""' T >- = -' Send to Anne Adams, care of The Anderson Herald, 317, Pattern Dept., 243 We>*. tfth St., New York, N.Y. lw)li. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Spring's Fashions are a JOY FOR ALL SIZES! See 115 styles, 2 free hat patterns, fabrics, accessories in new Spring - Summer Pattern Catalog. Gift Coupon for free pattern in Catalog. Send 50 c c nts. Lunch 12:00 Legislators Meeting 7:00 7th St. i Park Place Tri Gra-Y Physical Schedule Youth 8:15- 4:30 Lobby 8:30- 9:30 Semi-private Swim 9:30-11:00 Fun & Fitness Gym 10:15-11:45 Fun & Fitness Swim 1:15-2:00 Fun t Fitness Gym 2:00- 2:45 Fun & Fitness Swim 2:45-3:45 Open Swim Adult 10:00- 6:00 Health Club 11:45- 2:00 Men's Open Swim 12:00- 7:00 Open Gym (big) 4:30- 7:00 Family Swim Add a beauitful touch to a ofa or bed with this trio—use affeta, satin or sateen New! Quilted rose, butterfly pillows are decorative Easy to titch by hand, machine. Pat- ern 655: transfer 9xl2-in. o b - ong, 12 in. round, square. Fifty cents in coins for each SOCIETY a n d CLUB NEWS DOROTHY BOYCE Miss Shirley Lambdin Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lamb din, 641 Center St., Pendleton announce the engagement ant approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Jean, to Cpl Dennis R. White. Miss Lambdin vas graduated from Pendleton ligh School in 1965 and is em- iloyed as a secretary in Con- rol and Processing Headquar- ers at the Army Finance Cener. Ft. Benjamin Harrison. Cpl. White is the son of Mr. md Mrs. Edwin White, Indianapolis. He was graduated from Washington High School in 1964 and attended General Motors 'nstitute in Flint, Mich., for one /ear before enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps. He is presently stationed at Cherry Point, N.C. Baked Apples Are Enlivened With Peanuts It's a feminine tradition. Ever ;ince Eve offered Adam the atal apple, women have been empting their men with luscious apple desserts. So here's an enticing new number Tor pour recipe repertoire — Baked 'eanut - Glazed Apples. The magic ingredient is dry roastec jeanuts which are combined with a cinnamon-crumb mix- ure to fill the center of each pple. A clear glaze completes ie picture for a dazzling of- ering. Dry roasted peanuts have be- ome a favorite with home- ip an assortment of dessert tand-bys. The warm toasty avor and crunchy texture of eanuts adds interest to many avorite cakes, pies, puddings nd pastries — not to mention ruit desserts. The couple plans to be married on March 11, at 1:30 p.m. in the First Christian Church, Pendleton. Friday Fish Sales Start Upward Again NEW YOKK C\Pl .. Fish sales are catching up fast from the drop after the Human Calh-i olic Church ended meatless Kri-i days two months ago. ' "Sales went down iiuite a bil, : liul they're just about normal now." said Denny Yoshinuira. 1 partner in Seattle's .Mutual Kishi Co. An Assoeialetl Prcvs survey: found fishmongers reporting that more people are eating fish on Tuesdays ami Wednesdays spreading sales through the week. The industry adds that Ihe novelty of eating meat on I Friday is wearing nil for many Catholics. ' j ."The Church ruling was fol-j lowed by a mild slowdown."! said Sam Goldstein of Philadel-i phia, an executive with l.iln-rlyi Fish. Inc.. froze,, lish distributor. "Big buyers expected the lish industry lo lie permanently hurt. Hut sales soon returned t->; normal." • "Our December fish sales were bigger than ever and sales last week were f> per cent ahead of last year," said Vernon Burhop, president, of Albert Rurhop. 'Inc.. Chicago. "Our retail sales Miss Sue Ann Donnelly, daugh-|of Gilbert Hartley Jr.. son of have been slightly off on In ler of Mrs. Robert Donnelly,[Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hartley, : days but up on oilier days of the 2908 Morton St., and the lateiRR 1. Anderson, according tojweek." Miss Sue Ann Donnelly Mr. Donnelly, is the bride-elecl ( an announcement made today by the bride-elect's mother. Miss Marilyn Maupin Announcement is made of the engagement and approaching makers who use them to pep marriage of Miss Marilyn Mau)in, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. saac Smith, 2120 George St., o Jack Lee Sloan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan, 104 N. Main St., Pendlefon. No definite date has been se for their wedding. Miss Maupin attended Markle ville High School, and he fiance, Mr. Sloan, was grad uated from Pendleton H i g 1 School in 1961. He is employee at Delco - Remy Division. (Odell Photographers For Baked Peanut-Glazed Ap-jStamper-Zirkelbcick Wedding es choose apples that are. _. r _ . . _..__. . 3 apples fine and mellow-tex- les ump, ured. These include such var ities as the Rome Beauty, 'ork Imperial, Stayman and olden Delicious which are all vailable at this time cf year. Baked Peanut-Glazed Appl c s iz cup chopped dry roasted peanuts -3 cup bread crumbs 1-3 cup sugar teaspoon cinnamon 1 baking apples 2 tablespoons margarine, melted cup boiling water cup sugar Combine chopped dry roasted eanuts, bread crumbs, 1-3 cup gar and cinnamon. Cere apples and remove skins om top half of apples. Place large baking dish. Fill cen- ers with peanut mixture. Dot ith margarine. Pour boiling Rites Read In HUB Church Pastor David J. Lupton officiated at the double - ring ceremony held Jan. 15, at 3 p.m. in the Evangelical United Brethren Church Moss Island Rd. which united in marriage ganist, played bridal airs. Miss Catherine Zirkelback, daughter of Chester Zirkel- back, 920 Cottage Ave., and the late Martha Zirkelback, and Specialist Fourth Class David M. Stamper, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Stamper, 2018 E. 4th St. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Jeanne DeBord, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor, and Eddie Stamper, the candles Was Chester Zirkel- back Jr.. brother of the bride Mrs. Melba Lupton registerec the guests As guests assembled, Mrs. Linda Macklin, or- Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jackson, Chambers Rd. The bride was graduated from Anderson High School in 1966. and her husband attended Madison Heights High School before entering the Army. He joined the Paratroopers in 1964 and has been serving in Vietnam. After completing a 30- day leave here, he has returned brother of the bridegroom, act-1 to Vietnam for eight more ed as best man. The altar was decorated with candelabra and bouquets of blue - tinted mums. Lighting months before his discharge from the Army. His bride is residing here at 4220 Brown St. ater into dish. Bake in moderate oven (350 egrees F.) about 1 hour or itil apples are tender. Remove apples to serving alter, reserving ',2 cup of quid. (If necessary add water, make >/* cup of liquid.* In small saucepan iple liquid with remaining ij m (h Frankton Christian . u , enms L - J ° hn son served asj p sugar; bring to a boil andi 1 ^,,,.^ K ,, Mnr . Un(u „„„,"„, best man. Ushers were Roger mmer for 5 minutes. entury offspring of an ancient Eastern art. Spencer-Whetsel Wedding Vows So I em i zed By Rev. Bishop liquid.) In Wedding vows were exchang-:red sweetheart roses trimmed'V n ..fL Tomnornnro , combineJed Saturday. Feb. 11 at 2-30 -with pink lace. ilUUIII I eilljJBI UIILC • •' ' n-_..J uOara The fireal Atlantic i& Pacific Tea Co., which operates Wedding vows will be ex-1food stores, the nation's latgesl changed by the couple on March;chain, reported in New York 25, at 2:30 p.m. in the Chester-; fish sales have held up much field Christian Church with the! better than expected. Rev. Harold Clark performing i Jewel Companies Inc. in Chi- the double - ring service. i cago reports fish sales are run- ERRATIC HEMLINE can't seem to decide just how high to go on this model, • , who is showing creations Miss Donnelly was graduated i| lln g about normal, but there | f de , ieilel . ,>„, Th . nff from Anderson High School i,, has been a long-range downturn! "' ^signer Roz. The off- 1964. She is employed in the m sales - possibly because of| "eat zigzag dress stays well data processing office of Guide' cheaper prices for pork, beefj above the knees. Lamp Division ^and chicken _.... »,, u n ,, , j ,,• , Prices of lobster and shrimp i /• u "l''"o y u a tCml ? . Hl 6"-!have shot up in Boston and Chi-i land High School and is as- cago and are ,„ ,, 9 15 per contj sociated with Hartley Healmg : |higher in Miami, where they arc! (Lawrence-Krehe Studio) in short supply. O\A Prices are a little higheri«'vJ right now because of increased — demand due to Catholic bishops Tn urging people to observe abs- Floral Design Is Ancient Art Flowers sneak a school of floral design produced | ' -, bouquets with Far Eastern ac-in r> I -f. -f „. ;2 Dramas Lift Some historians believe thatj floristry originated in China. DllllnOCC Ancient relics, including flower["'UIINCj3 bowls and manuscripts on the!,., art of floral decoration, have (m been found to bolster the claim. However, the first actual record Johnson Hails! Amendment On Succession WASHINGTON 'APi Prt-.-i- tlenl Johnson hailed Thursdav the end of !P,0 years of uncertainly over how to keep the ao\- ernmonl functioning wh:'ii th'i presidenl becomes disabled. He spoke at a White HOM..O ceremony in which ht- witii'-ssf-i! the certification of the '2~>\'n Amendment to (he Consiitution. cslablii-hin;,' procedures for dealing with presidential disability and f.ji- filling a vacant", in the office of vit-r president Johnson reealleti that :i -.-• founding fathers, in the clo.-ing tiay.-i ut ;lu> Cons'.inuor.al Con- yention. debated the question of presidential disability II? said John Dickinson of" Delaware iisK.-tl. "What is the extent, of th ( . term 'disability' ant! who is to be tin- jiiilwe of it'.'" "No one replied." Johnson said. "It is nard lo believe that until last ween, the Constitution pruvith'.-l mi clear answer Now, at last, the L'.lth Amendment elarifi-s tin- cruciiil clause that, provides tor succession to (he presidents anil for filling a vice- presidential vacancy." Leaders of Congress, members of the Cabinet. and other high lederal and state officials gathered in the Kast lionrn for Ihe ceremony. Lawson Knoti. administrator of the General Services Administration, the government's housekeeping agency, certified .that the required three-fourths jof the states had ratified Inn | amendment. Then Johnson i signed the document as a witness. I The amendment actually be- jcame part of the Constitution on JFeb. 10 when Nevada became : the 38th state to ratify it. But there had to be the certification of this act and Johnson made a >Or+AITIfl PrOCOntc b 'S occasion out of it. praising JCI IUIIIU r I CiCIMa members of Congress, leaders ,of bar associations, and all other individuals and organizations | who helped steer the amendment through Congress and the jstates. of a school of floral design dates back to Japan in the sixth century. Ono-No-lmoko, a member of the Japanese Imperial Cou rt, practiced flower arranging under the patronage of the Empress' nephew. He was noted especially for his floral designs for temples, and many of his students were priests and monks. At first, the Imperial Court, alone enjoyed the beauty of flower arrangements, and ' 1 o r a 1 designs were usually brmal and exotic. As the use of flowers in the home became >opular throughout the coun- ry. arrangements evolved into iimpler, less formal bouquets. Today, expert floral design is available to everyone, and according to Florists' Transworld Delivery designers, the modern .rend is toward arrangements if mixed blooms — with three or more varieties of flowers in NEW YORK (UPD-The off- Broadway scene has not been too stimulating this season, but matters have looked up recently with the production of "By Jupiter" and "The Deer Park." 'By Juniter" is the "5-year- old musical by Richard Rodgers and the late Lorenz Hart spoofing the Amazons and the Greeks, including Hercules, which had a long Broadway run. It has been revived at Theater Foui' in a handsome production, and entertainment. is still good light First Play This is at the Theater De Lys, and it is a sordid study of an amoral Hollywood group that is Copies of the Declaration of VGrfflillion Independence were presented! to junior high schools this week Aid Entertained by the Sertoma Club in an an- A + n L nual observance of Freedom "' "USDy Week, celebrated at the lime ofj OILMAN - The Ladies Aid George Washington's birthday. :of the Vermillion Christian Highland Junior High w a s Church met at the home of awarded a bronze plaque in- , Beulah Bush >'- wiln Mrs - Marie scribed with the Declaration i,r Fo - us ^ aSS1Stlng ' This afternoon William Garrity and John Hickner. Sertoma service were: Mcsdames Viola 'Evans, president: Saralee Sanbert, vice president: Flossie Smith, secretary; Muriel Chaplin, treasurer; Marie Foust. members, distributed the copies |S at Pendleton School and spoke • "Thursday morning the pra-j»™'ship chairman: Mi I d r e d gram was'given at M a d i s o n Myers ' scrviee chairman. Heights JHS with Ralph Mel- A S nes f'eatherston led the de- zer, Charles Newman. Robert .votions. Year books were given Dearing and Robert Miller as lo members, and a paper show- speakers. Thursday afternoon er wa s held for the church. Rethe program was given alifrcsbmenls were served. Others Leach School by Forrest Fur- present were: Mesdames Mona nace and Steve Sears. Hood. Elma Matthew. Gladys Wednesday club rcpresenla-Featherston. Cleo Poland. Maa The Deer Park" is novelisttj vcs M. Ward Withers, Robert!Stewart. Phyllis Fcatherston, Norman Mailer's first play,: Miller David Eckstein and i Rose Hensley. adapted from his novel of 1955. Pct e Wood spoke at South Side! The Oilman Rcbekah Lodge Junior High. Wednesday after--met recently with Leafy Noble, noon James Wessar, Forrest!Noble Grand, in charge. A Furnace and Charles Dillmanlpast President's pin was pre- much too long yet docs hold the ntercsl and often is most effective theatrically. Here igain is an amazingly rich- ooking production with an Junior High. _ bouquet. Very often blossoms j admirable cast. of one color are the best com- ! It should be added, too, that plement to a formal setting, say i these are in two of the best off- TD florists. Multi-colored ar-jBroadway theaters from the angcments cater to the inform-'standpoint of appearance, com- al home. Your florist is your best guide o flower arrangements, espec- ally tailored to your home. fort, and slate facilities. Such fine Rodgcrs-Harl as'Nobo t Heart'' "Wait Tn You " ' were speakers at St. Mary's :scnted to Mary Lawler from the lodge. Others attending Were: Mary Jones. Viola Evans. Elma Matthew. Gladys Featherston, Phyl- ASSiSt In 1967 l' is Gami - Reulan Busby, Agnes Fcatherston. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lusby and daughters have moved from An- Rodger Ward, one of the most derson to the Lela Jones farm, i successful automobile race Richard Featherston and fam- R 'drivers of all time, and two-.ily recently traveled to the Famed Racing Driver Cancer Crusade i timc Jive him a brief description ofi G jreless Rhapsody" and • " 50 °" Mile Race winner ' '•• northern part of the state. be honorary education decorating scheme, major! Jupiter forbid" are well worth and accent colors, and the toca- ion where the flowers will be ilaced. This information will iclp the florisl style a bouquet hat is "very truly yours" in cale, color and mood. Decorating with blossoms is hearing again, and the cast includes some genuine singing actors who know how to handle them. chairman of the 1967 Crusade in Indiana. Tl ^"^Camera Catalogs nouiicement was made by Mar- A Mj||i nn VnllimP<; ry Mock Jr., M.D.. of Franklin, ^ 'VIHIIOn VOIUITieb president si the American Can- LONDON' - The British Mu- Gootl Direction l cer Soc ' ict .V in Indiana. Ward seum na , 3 printed a general Christopher; Hewett has j^L^Wl. &!»< °( '"?._ 4 .,,™'!^ directed the revival in a cnsp. n age-old skill - the twentieth j affectionate manner, just as he ont,,r,, /iff^rino nf an anpipnl "id the revival of the Rodgers- i Church by Maribeth Whetsel When ready to serve, spoon rup over apples. If desired, p wiDh additional chopped ry roasted peanuts Makes 6 ervings Girl/jn Whelsel and Dana Wil- Hart "The Boys from Syracuse" at the same theater three seasons ago. That one had a 1 o n g run. Leading players, include Bob Dishv. Jackie in Us collection . versity. who is scrying a second The 263-volume work year as state chairman of the p ji e d at a cist of S4.786 a set educational and fund-raising ap- _ wa s printed from a continuous YWCA Calendar s P e " cer ' JRe . v 'S J on" J Wh'et'seir'bro'ther J s'"of 'the » -o J . Arthur H. Bishop performed the] br j(j e double-ring ceremony before an| „,,',•,, altar rincnraiwt roit-h :> hnimnpf The brides altar of . and pink snapdragons, flanked by two seven-branched candelabra. The bride is the daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Whet- ,, , mother chose Activities Underway The executive board of II Saturday :00 p.m. Record Hop between games—Y-Tecns ! :00 p.m. Y-Teen record hop 8:00 p.m. Brammers Twirlcrs P"ol Schedule sclI RR i, Frankton, and the snowden, wore low roses. The groom's mother wore a blue flowered dress with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The groom's grandmother, pattern — add 15 cents for each 8:15 Junior & Subdeb Inler- >attern for Ist-elass mailing md special handling. Send to ,aura Wheeler, The Anderson lerald, 303 Needlecraft Dept., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name Address, Zip. NEW 1967 Needlecraft Cata- og — 200 knit, crochet fashions, mbroidery. quilts, afghans, oys, gifts. Plus 2 free patterns. Send 25c. Afghan lovers, send for new Book of Prize Afghans — 12 omplete patterns to knit, cro- het. Value! Only 50c. 12 Unique SEWING ESSENTIALS mediate I Class 9:00 Beginning Diving Class 9:45 Junior & Subdeb Advance Beginner I Class 10:30 Junior & Subdeb Beginner Class 11:15 Junior & Subdeb Novice Class 12:00 Undersize Class 12:45 Junior & Subdeb Beginner Class 2:30 Open Dip 3:30 Junior & Subdeb Advance Beginner II Class 4:15 Junior & Subdeb Intermediate H Class * Ever mix pork with make sure you cook these patties thoroughly. __ the tsda February" peal. film record made by a special "1 am solidly behind this camera. Crusade." Ward saitl. "because -»• of the personal association of SKMKH KIIJJ-.I) ;„ ,, , , „ i- c, -, cancer with mv family. I con- SALIDA. Colo. (API - A Ft. Alloway, Robert R.Kaye Sheila, sid (hjs ^ flf ^ mos , Carson. Colo., soldier. Pvt. Sullivan. Emory Bass. Ronnyi j blcms of our limc/ - Keith G. Vc-lt. 26. of Fort Wayne, Norrna Doggcttl War( , wl|) , oml his supp[)rt U) ,,,d.. was killed in a skiiim acci- ,the volunteers who will be dis- dent on Monarch Pass Wednes- 'tribuling some 1.400.000 warn- day. ling signals stickers in Indiana Authorities al Ft. Carson said tinmoc Volt, who was skiing for the tirst incentive is Ihe fact time, crashed into a tree and 'Cunningham. ., ' Temperance Education Week. ( , The February meeting Will be ™ f or . . . , , . ' I Mil UK V. llll \ I L.T I III. mi- L ~ 1.1 • - original production was! (ha| a , pl . escnt 011 i y 69 per t . cnl suffered a fatal brain miurv of Indiana residents can name- and Mrs. F. H Spencer, 1303; immediately Roe Ave. Alexandria. |ceremony, a reception was held Mrs. Faycola Harper, organist, in the church Fellowship Hall, presented bridal airs percedingi Serving the guests were Miss' t and during the ceremony andlLynn Welborn, of Anderson, and|' 3 Mrs. Paula Bivens, soloist, sang. Miss Debby Connor and Miss i The Bride, accompanied to Linda Witte. of Fort Wayne. As-j. the altar by her father, wore sioting at the gift table a full-length gown of white satin Mrs. Lorraine Whetsel, of brocade with a bateau neckline dale, Mich, and Mrs. Sara Beth m. , me r uui uai v m'-uiiiig \VIM ut . f 1.11.1 n • p L " '" "'u 1 " 11 " icaiin.iiL,i tan noun. S 'AT | l "°? ms on Monday at the home of Lau-:..^ , r '™ !' C!C ' . ,!,,'!one of cancer's seven warning Mrs Beatrice ra G j lmo ; ei , :)15 w . Sth St. A |Mailcr has moie in mind hanj sjgnals; . Wal . d said ,. We hc . : a dark dress and j oca j s j n gj n g j, rou p ,.rp| 1( . Young! I1 ]?'?. i I 0 ,?, 01 " |^ .Ramcy io\e j] ove || le ncw ac |j on pamphlet, unk carnations. Folk -. navc bcon a , sko( | to bl . jng |anails 01 linn colony cnaiacteis :which js ( | csigne( i to Dc pasted .„'..:„"?- ,.^ some special numbers for thei^'iV"*; , al ,.,', ,'; LT anv , ml ,,,_ on the family medicine cabinet. The play is a bitter cxamina- - nBSpCClal - widcn ° n"'"^ Fishc , , vil , bo rcs ,, on .'tion of the need of people to .""> «™ ' " 1(lvc and ""'iTslanding while : alld l ' .' doing their vicious worst to („,. ' < cv o on a] " lic iwlr ,. nc , s c ' a '•'• L " s 4fi- and long sleeves ending in bridal points over the wrist. The tering the wedding guests was empire waist was accented by a white velvet ribbon with ties Chester, Term. extending to the hemline. The waist-length veil was held in place by a crown of seed pearls Winters, of Hagerstown. Regis- Mrs. Sharon Whetsel of Man- The bride was graduated from chapel train was attached at Frankton High School in 1964. the shoulders in the back. Her She attended Ball State University and Purdue University Regional Campus in Fort Wayne, and crystals. She carried a majoring in nursing. She "was cascade of white sweetheart also employed at Community roses intertwined with ivy and Hospital in Anderson. stephanotis and centered with' The Bridegroom was gradual- red roses. ed from Alexandria - Monroe -'" give a An Honorary Membership campaign is presently in pro gres-s , among the members of the council. An award will be given to the member recruiting the greatest number. The Institute will be a tw.o- session meeting on March 27. Youth Temperance Education Week is the last week in April. The group did some further planning on the projects they hope to accomplish during that time. you are steaming a rf according lo the author. There j'if.^;,^" 1 , is much gutter language in this " "' Prominent in this many- scened play, staged with skill by Leo (laren, arc Rip Torne, many others. He is USAC Champion and joined the auto racing immortals when hej won his second Indianapolis i "500" on Memorial Day in 1962. Hugh Marlowe, Rosemary Tory. Gene Lindsev, Beverly Bcnllcy.jp^u.-s c.^-.si.- IU.NKSS Mickey Knox, Margaret O'Neill' SALKM,'hid.'(API-Tin- Hal.i and Will Lee. Cities Gobble Up 1 Million Acres Candlelight Dinner Tonight, 5-0 P.M. PEACH'S PANCAKE COTTAGE The maid of honor. Miss Shar- High School in 1966 and is now,Pudding, be sure to grease Ihe WASHINGTON on Schmidt, of Union City, wore employed at RCA in Marion, 'inside of the cover of the mold, creasing urbanization of Amori- a full-length gown of pink pcati-; After a southern wedding If >'"»'' !" ol<l lias _ no cover, jean life uses up I minion acres dc-soic with elbow-length slcev- trip, the couple now resides al-K'' easc foil and tic in place sojof land a year, acc'irding lo Ihe os and a self bow at the em-3441; \v. sti\ St. in Anderson. lno pudding will be securely ; Department of llousiiiR and pirc waistline. She wore a short -* ' covered during the steaming. Urban Development. That's an Shoe Co. plant of Sulem sent home 200 workers on the day shift Thursday after I'-' women complained of illness they blamed on fumes from a sealer used on new eonerele. veil caught up with a large bow and carried a nosegay of pink tiaby carnations centered with Some cooks like to add curry nowder In x tomato-basn bar- becuo sauce for spareribs. If Ihe mold cover is not .1 tight- fitting,one, cover llm mold with foil before adding lha cover. annual conversion of rural land to city use over an area bigger lhan Rhode Island. THE CANDLE SHOP Has New Ideas For GifU ?riios-Parlio5 Birthdays—Weddingi Aitoi. (mm Y.W C.A. ADDING MACHINES Ideal for BUSINESS-HOME FARM - STUDENT Guaranteed by us. Serviced in our Shop. Rent with option to buy. Terms. NEW AND USED (vitrythinQ fof Every OFfic* Riflhi-on Moi

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