Palladium-Item from Richmond, Indiana on July 2, 1958 · Page 4
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Richmond, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 2, 1958
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ogc 4 ! ': r? .; the WiumlVm: Richmond" Ind Wedn'esday July 2 2958 V LVV "" . . " . ? . ... . " " - . w. I 7 T""" Sylvia Lamb Becomes Bride Of William L Hammarstrom ECONOMY. Miss Sylvia La Von Lamb and William LeRoy Ham-maratrom were married June 28 at the Economy Methodist church, with Rev. Wayne Baxter officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Lamb of Economy and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Anders E. Hammarstrom of Chicago, 111. Two seven-branch candelabra with palms and . baskets of white gladioli and pink rosebuds were Used in decorations. Robert Byrd provided organ music. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a waltz-length white dress over satin, with lace mitts. Her shoulder length veil of bridal illusion was held in place by a tiara of seed pearls. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings, gift of the bridegroom, and carried a colonial bouquet of pink and white rosebuds. Mrs. Eugene Pownall, aunt of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a gown of aqua nylon with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. She wore a white satin hat and gloves and carried a colonial bouquet of pink rosebuds. Joseph Popp of Chicago attended his brother-in-law as best man. Eugene Pownall served as usher. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church with Mrs. John Cloud assisting with the serving. The three-tier cake was topped with wedding bells. A bou- Picnic For Guests, Scavenger Hunt Held By Sorority The committee in charge of Delta Theta Tau sorority's guest party held Tuesday night at North West Seventh street park included Mrs. Robert McGuire, chairman, Miss Mary Louise Pitts, Miss Marguerite Niersbach and Mrs. Eulis Prater. .. Following a pitch-in picnic, a scavenger hunt was enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Ronald Brock, Mrs. Robert Galyean, and Miss Diana Reddington, Miss Linda Miller, Miss Linda Little and Miss Joan Garard. Guests were Miss Miller, Miss Little, Miss Sharon Holthouse. Miss Anna Marie Sulprizio, Miss Joan Garard, . Miss Reddington, Miss Carol Rissee Mrs. Ray Zaleski. Mrs. Wayne Van Sickle and Miss Millye Romemer. Members attending were Mrs. Robert Selby, Mrs. Gene Whetsell, Mrs. Ralph Burton, Mrs. David Winslow, Mrs. Wendell Kelley, Mrs. Walter Strohmier, Mrs. James Brinley, Mrs. Brock, Mrs. Gene Kinsinger, Mrs. Russell Bow-ker, Mrs. Galyean, Mrs. Richard Miller and the committee. A business meeting will be held at the Gas Company office July 15." Weddings And Engagements LineBarnhart EATON. Ohio. The marriage of Miss Linda Barnhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Barnhart of Rural Route 3. Eaton, and Robert Line, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albertis Line of Rural Route 3, Eaton, took place June 8 at the Sugar Grove Valley Methodist church. Rev. Ferguson officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The bride's attendants were Mrs. Phyllis Kelly, sister of the bride, Alice Campbell, Mary Ann Cottin-. gim and Sandra Faris. Patty Kimble was ring bearer and Suzanne Toney was flower girl. Jackie Barnhart, brother of the bride, and Larry White served as the bridegroom's .attendants. Mrs. Charles Wright, organist, and Miss Sharon Shaw, vocalist, provided the bridal music.-. Mrs. Sharon Welbaum, Miss Lynnette Kisley, Mrs. Nancy Line. Mrs. Joan Kreitzer and Miss Carolyn Paxson served at the reception. Births Mr. and Mrs. Gene Curry of Memphis, Tenn., announce the birth of a son, July 1. Mrs. Curry was Miss Eileen Schneidewind, formerly of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. James Browning of Dayton, Ohio, announce the birth of a son, June 14. Mrs. Browning, formerly of Richmond, was Miss Patricia Good son, daughter of Mrs. Sam Goodson, 202 North West G street. Births announced by Reid Memorial hospital include: Mr. and Mrs. William Reece, 1331 South Tenth street, girl, June 80. Mr. and Mrs. Max Decamp, Rural Route 2. Camden, Ohio, boy, June 30. Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Beede, 718 College avenue, boy, July 1. Mr. and Mrs. David Jennings. 400 North West Eighth street, boy, July 2. Births announced by Randolph County hospital at Winchester include: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knoll, Rural Route 1, Fountain City, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newman, Rural Route 2,, Richmond, boy, July Church Briefs Lor Fatten guild of the First Baptist church will have a picnic Thursday at t p. m. at North West Seventh street park. The program will be in charge of Hattie Wolfen-barker and Carleen Vanderpool will lead devotions. Afterwards they will have a slumber party at tfc horn a, at ZUry Tomlinsnn. quet of pink carnations and baby's breath and white tapers centered the table. Mrs. Hammarstrom was graduated from Economy high school and attended Earlham college and Reid1' Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. The couple will reside in Indianapolis where Mr. Hammarstrom is employd as district supervisor of the Continental Insurance company. Ideas On Arranging Flowers Shown To Chester Club The Chester Garden club met Tuesday afternoon" at the Chester Community hall. Mrs. Kenneth Newman opened the meeting with remarks concerning "Independence Day" and Mrs. Rowland Buroker gave devotions, "Facing Trouble." Mrs. Thomas Miller, program chairman, and Mrs. Lester Meadows, a guest, conducted a workshop' of flower -arranging. Mrs. Walter Mikesell, Mrs. William Murlin, Mrs. Herbert Engel, hostesses, served refreshments from a table decorated in a red, white and blue motif. Guests were Mrs. Earl Wood, Mrs. Earl Adams Clark, Mrs. William Cahoon, Mrs. Meadows and Mrs. Stanley Blair. Mrs. Blair was welcomed as a new member. Twenty-four members attended. The club meets Aug. 5 at Chester Community hall with Frank Colacello presenting a program of rose culture. Social .Calendar ; - Tonight. I . I " Merry Bunko club ' mee.ts. with Mrs. Verna Shankle. Hi-Lo Bunko club "meets with Mrs. Joseph Shiverdecker. . Pollyanna club meets with Mrs. George Eckler. Bid-a-Wee club meets with Mrs. Robert McDaniels. Lucky Eight "club meets with Mrs. Arlo Winget. Ka Bo Euchre club meets with Mrs." Cecil Wilson. Wayne Navy Mothers club meets at Young Women's Christian association. Thursday Chester Community club picnic at Whitewater State park. SEW club meets with Mrs. Mary Erk. . Mrs. Keats Wins Forest Hills Meet Mrs. John Keats won first in the "Flag day"- golf tournament played Tuesday at Forest Hills Country club. Tied for second and third were Mrs. Ray Withe rby and Mrs. Walter Davis, Jr. Other players included Mrs. Harry Chenoweth, Mrs William La-throp, Mrs. Ralph Henry, Mrs. Tarquinio, Mrs. Howard Sweet, Mrs. Chuck Travers. Mrs. Richard Kleinknecht, Mrs. George Kur-itar, Mrs. Clayton Bartel. Mrs. Howard Tice, Mrs. Frank Gaible, Mrs. Allen McCrea, Mrs. R. W. Clinton, Mrs. E. E. St. Clair, Mrs. John Eggemeyer, Mrs. Leroy Ware, Mrs. Tom Shields, Mrs. George Grayer, Miss Fran Eward, Mrs. George Reller, Miss Frances DeFederico, Mrs. Henry Jameson, Mrs. Jim Phelps, Mrs. Ryan Jen- fJtins and Mrs. Harrison Scott, jr. Wed In Earlham-'? ,A Meetinghouse 'Ritev in towmiw.. .Dn..jtm.)Dm;.t:im....m. mm.. Mrs. James C. Hamilton Before her marriage June 12 in Stout Meetinghouse at Earlham college, Mrs. James Cox Hamilton was Miss Margaret Elaine Hea-field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Heafield of Houghton, Mich. Mr. Hamilton is the son of Mrs. Kathryn Hamilton, of Meadville, Pa. Attending the couple were Miss Pam Hildreth of Valparaiso and Joel Yohalem of Washington, D. C. Ushers were Phillip Furnas of Richmond and Paul Harris of Chatham, N. J. Charles Apgar was vocalist accompanied by Miss Kathryn Heafield, sister of Mrs. Hamilton. Dr. Hugh Barbour officiated at . The Alphabet club met Tuesday night at the homeof Mrs. Robert Milier. "Prizes in the bridge games were awarded to Mrs. Robert Bailey, high, Mrs. Irvin Hart, honors, and Miss Alta Woods, low. Mrs. Glen Ringley will be hostess for next meeting, July 15. Mrs. Russell Brommagen entertained at her home Tuesday night the Cheerful . Canasta Eight club. Prizes were won by Mrs. Woody Breeland, high, Mrs. R. J. McNal-ly, second and Mrs. Macy Armstrong, low. The club meets July 15 with Mrs. Howard Uphaus. The group presented a gift to Mrs. Breeland, who is moving to Florida. Mrs. Flora Teeters . and Mrs. Robert Ghearing were hostesses the cremony. - A reception followed on the lawn of the 'meetinghouse. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton are residing at Campus Village at Earlham. Mrs. Hamilton was graduated last month from Earlham and will teach mathematics at Boston high school. Mr. Hamilton is a 'senior at Earlham, majoring in chemistry. for a pink nd blue shower given Tuesday night for Mrs. Richard Coulter when the Skylarks club met at the home of Mrs. Teeters. Guests were Mrs. Bea Ghearing", Mrs. James Ghearing, Mrs. Harry Kepler and Mrs. Ros-coe Howard. Bunko . was played with prizes going to Mrs. Wanda Caplinger, high, Mrs. Coulter, second, Mr. Marvin Hart man. Jow. Mrs. George Breese, mystery and Mrs. Robert Ghearing. travel., A picnic was planned for Aug. at Clear .Creek park. -.; - " : The Tuesday night Euchre club met at the home of Mrs. Nettie Plyley wih Mrs. Dorothy Kirsch as hostess. " Prizes went to. Mrs. Myrtle Hittle. high. Mrs; Ada Phillips, lones, Mrs. Plyley, travel and Mrs: Fredy Ary, . low. Rita Mes-ker and Daisy Barret were guests. The club' meets July 8 with Mrs. .- Phillips,: 600 South Thirteenth street. Nellie Bly was the pen name of Elizabeth Seaman. TERMITES CALL . Free Estimate 18 Richmond Ave. s-sn.Mi TrKILl o 3 o FOR FOR HAMBURGERS r"7--FRANKFURTERS - ;s CI - iVT-r-- , Jrn zr-FZ :.... 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Continental Baking Company, Ina Baked By The Bakers Of Famous WONDER BREAD mJM sfy I Tavvm feffiiaai '21 W?1A I I GLEN MILLER PARK IDCIH1MIM1ID) 4 Program of Diversified Entertainment Starts at 6:00 P. M. JiLflDy 3-B -3 . Drill Team 4 " It's Free You're Invited PROGRAM NEW PARIS BAND Ray Ireland, director Polka and German music. ROSE CITY BATONISTS Mary Jo Ray, director. DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND Musicians Union under Earl Brisco. MOORE-IRVIN POST NO. 359 Championship Drill Team Billy Vari Meter, Sergeant. DAVIS STRUTTERS, BATONISTS Betty Davis, director. HARRY RAY POST NO. 65 American Legion Band Concert Ben Graham, director. ADDRESS OF WELCOME Mayor Roland Cutter. FIREWORKS BEGIN AT 9 P.M. Beautiful Ground Pieces Thrilling Aerial Pieces (Si FOR YOUR PROTECTION AND COMFORT TRAFFIC Police Department and Auxiliary Police on duty at all important corners to direct traffic. Parking available on north edge of Roosevelt field for disabled or aged persons. Lower drive in den Miller park will be closed to traffic prior to the display and no parking will be permitted on this drive". The upper drive also will be closed to traffic and parking from North C street to North E street. Every effort has been mode to handle traffic as speedily as possible but those attending are urged to drive carefully and follow directions. A TWO-WAY RADIO will be used between the Red Cross tent and the public address system to aid in locating children lost from their parents (and visa versa) and other emergencies. Everything lost should be reported to the Red Cross tent. " RED CROSS TENT The Wayne County Chapter of the American Red Cross will have a first aid station in a tent located on top of the hill in the southwest corner. For use in emergency, the ambulance will be available after 6:30 p. m., courtesy of Stegall, Berheide, ,Orr. INSTRUCTIONS Use of fireworks by individuals is a violation of a state law. Everyone is instructed to report any violation to firemen located in front of crowd at foot of hill. When display is concluded, those attending are requested not to enter area where display was fired. Use' good judgment when parking car, and remember where you park it. See Traffic Instructions above. REFRESHMENTS-Refreshments will be served by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary from three stands located at each corner of the top of Roosevelt Hill. - - SPONSORED By Richmond Merchants, Wholesalers, Manufacturers, Labor Organizations, Fraternal Clubs, other firms and individuals and professional men and Harry Ray Post No. 65. ' PROGRAM CHAIRMAN: W. Mj Conrey CO-CHAIRMEN: W. H. BlackweU L. E. Lincoln Robert Beach TREASURER: Steven Cugowsld -

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