Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 9, 1960 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA BRIDE-ELECT—Mr. and Mrs. L. W.-Mannon, of Lima, Ohio, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage 'of their daughter, Jean Ann, of Toledo, Ohio, to Walter L. Bulz, also of Toledo,' son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Butz, of route 1, Walton^ The wedding will take place": Sunday afternoon,. November 6,. at the Market street Presbyterian church at Lima at 3:30 o'clock; Miss Mannon attended .the Flora'Stone Mather college of Cleveland, Ohio, and is a graduate of the Simmons college, of Boston, Mass. She is employed as a /buyer for the Lamson Brothers store in Toledo. Her fiance is a graduate of the Young America high school, attended Purdue University and. served in the U.S. Army as a major in the European theatre.' He is a member of the- American Association of Railroad Superintendents and of the Board of Trustees of the Toledo Metropolitan YMCA. He is- employed as a trainmaster with the'Lake Region Pennsylvania railroad. California Rites Unite Peggy Davis, Henry C. Schmidt Tennis Champion. Engaged To Marry MELBOURNE. (AP) -Wimble | don champion Neale..'Fraser, 27, Miss Peggy L. Dans pledged!has announced.his e'ngagement-to her nuptial troth to Henry C. Wendy Mclver, 23, of "the Mel- Schmidt during an impressive b ° u ™ suburb of -Gardenvale. _ . , ,, n They met a \ear ago and plan ceremony Saturday afternoon at I . ' it 1 - - to marrj early next year the Balboa Naval Hospital chapel ( at San Diego, Calif, with Oiap-] Karen Hatfield To lain Lt. Mark Fiie officiating, , . / , , , , The 2 o'clock rites united the ^ed JameS HoOVer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra- In November RiteS ham L. Davis, of Seattle, Wash- and Mr, and Mrs. Charles B. Hatfield, of 505 West Clinton street. inefon, and the son of Mr, ( Mrs. John D. Schmidt, of 1529 [announce the engagement and North street, cily.'. '_••-. I forthcoming marriage' of thei Ensign Ruth M. Brye attended! daughter, Karen, to James L SURPRISE DINNER — A farewell surprise dinner and program weie given Friday night at .the Ben Hur for William L. McArthy,. who Recently retired as manager of the Western Union Telegraph company. C R Wolfe, manager of the Ft. Wayne • office, .'spoke, paying tribute to McArthy and also presented-him with a gift on behalf of emplojcs and fellow-workers 'Shown here.-are: Mrs.-C..R. Woife, C.-R. Wolfe, Mrs McAnhj, William L McAithy, C S Hollis, district manager of the Ft. Wayne office, Mrs. Hollis. Approximately thirty persons, employes and associates, -attended the event. (Staff Photo) urcrs, so'oists, chaplains,, mar- ihals and organists. Wed In New Market Rites as maid of honor and Ensi.m Dell Henderson served as best man. A graduate of the University of Washington, the bride 'is :a Lieutenant (jg) in .the U. S. Naw Nurse Corns, stationed at the Naval Air Station . at San Diego, Calif. The bridegroom .is' a graduate of the local- high • school - and Bradens ""reparatory school, :of Cornwall. I. Y. : He "attended: the U. S. Merchant Marine., Academy and Purdue university.-; In .July of this year, he graduated'." from the Naval Air Command school at Corpus Christi, Texas,,, and received his Wings.' He is stationed with the carrier U. S. S. Lexington in the Pacific. Residence will be established at San ' Hoover, son of Mr..and Mrs. Jess Hoover, of 1418 Usher' street. The wedding will take-place on the morning of November 26 a St. Joseph's church at 10-o'clock Miss Hatfield, a 1958 graduate of the Washington/township, high school? is also a graduate of the Indiana Business college and at tended Indiana University. exten sion school. She is employed ai Courier Express. Her fiance is a 1957 graduate o, the local high school and is. at tending Indiana State Teachers college. Twenty-eighth-street, Diego 2,; Calif. "; "- ••'••• .-. TUESDAY Daniel Webster PTA 'will meet j Tuesday evening at 7 30 o'clock' Announcements at the sch00 '.. t . — —— Onward HD club will meet at • '.MONDAY '. -jthe home of Mrs. Gladys Hopper L'Anguiile'chapter of the Inter- Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, national Secretaries association will meet Monday evening, 7:45 o'clock in'the Board of ,Works Room m the City Building Members are to note ; change of meeting place * • # • * Tri Kappa .will hold'a business meeting Monday evening at 7:45 Helmet Temple No. 230; Phythian Sisters of Young America, will meet at "the hall Tuesday evening at 7 30 o'clock Members are to note charge of time * M » Bridge City Lodge No: 254 will hold an anniversary covered dish o'clock at the home of Mis Davej dlnner Tuesday at 1230 o'clock Beaver, route 1, I at the K. of C. hall. .Members ere asked to.bring a covered-.dish; attendance is desired. BRIDE-ELECT—Announcement' is made, by Mrs. Lawrence Gunnell, of Galve'ston, and Clarence Honk, of Kokomo, -of the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Miss _Sherrin Ronk, to Philip .Carey, son ofvMrs. William Nolan, route"! .Galveston,' and Donald Carey; .of Kokomo. -• ' • The wedding will take place ;ln the evening on November 19 at 7:30 o'clock .at the Galveston Methodist-church. Miss Ronk,-a graduate of the Galveslon high school, is employed as secretary to the Administrator of the Community hospital in LaPortOj Ind, Her fiance, a_ graduate of the Tipton township high school, is employed, by Grays; Highway Landscape "company. The White Hose club will meet I an d table service The regular Monday evening at 730 o'clock business meeting will Mow the al the home of Mrs Cyle Cnspen I • 1417 Smead street, city. * •* * Sigma Phi Gamma" Sororitv will meet at the | YWCA Monday even-1^ 0 ^^ h ^7^ The Logansport Garden club will meet Tuesday afternoon at ing at 8-o'clock for.a social meet-i mg. Psi 'Iota Xi sorority will hold a business meeting Monday evening at 7'45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. ,-Richard Davis road. Camblin,%530 Best way to wash those filmy nylons that you wear for evening is to rock them clean in a jar •half-filled ;with lukewarm water and soapsuds Then roll them m a terry towel and' hang, them -on' a smooth rod to dry. CHRISTMAS CARDS Year family and friends will know you "cared enough to send the very best" when you choose your Hallmark personalized Christmas cards from our complete collection. 50 Beautiful Books To Choose From You'll find the most beautiful cards in the world in these alburns 25 for $1.95 "- AND UP/' SPECIAL-10% discount 'til Oct. 15th Timber-lake's Gift Shop "Your Chriitmai Card Headquarters" (Rodkey Studio) "ROBERT WAYNE-SERVES and BRIDE, the former Ruth Ann Clawson, were united in. marnnge dunng a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, September 18, at the New Market Christian church with Reverend Calvin Miller officiating The four o'clock service united the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Raymond Clawson, former Carroll county residents, and the son of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Semes, of New Market. The bride is a graduate of the Buck Creek high school and St Elizabeth School of Nursing and will be employed with the Culver hospital in Crawfordsville. Her husband is a graduate of the New Market -high school and attended Purdue University where he was associated with Kappa Psi fraternity. He is employed'at .the Crawfordsville post office. The couple will reside in New Market. LHS Cbss Of '36 To Meet Thursday Members of the Logansport high school class "of 1936-will -hold, their second meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the board of works loom in the city building when the time and place for next summer's reunion,.will-be .announced and additional committees will be named. ^oy Morris' Plan Anniversary Event Mr." and Mrs Roy Morns, of 1333 College street, city, will hold open house Sunday afternoon, October 16, at the North Third street;EUB church .in/observance of their golden wedding anniversary All friends and relatives are invited to o'clock. attend from 2 to 4 Baptist Circles To Convene Wednesday Women's Missionary Society Circles of the Baptist Temple will convene Wednesday, Oct 12. Kenneth JJodgson Circle will have a-dessert luncheon .at-1:30 with Mrs, D, J. Combs, 3022 Broadway. .Edna Martin Circle will meet for a 12:30 covered dish luncheon with Mrs. Lee Kantzer, 520 Burlington. loleta McElhaney Circle will meet at 130 with Mrs Donald Lutes, 1114 North Martha Mills Circle will meet for a desseit luncheon at 1 30 with Mrs. Holis Johnston, 1719 High • Dons Wiseman Circle will meet at 7 30 p in with Mrs. R. C Woman's Progressive club will meet Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs.-Muriel Weser, 317 Eighth street. Roll call will be "mother's old-time remedy." * John I Sha/er Tne lesson topic will Be "Beauty of .Birds in the Garden." The Jefferson Jackson township Carroll county HD club will meet .with.-'Mrs. John Wise Wednesday ' afternoon at 1: 30 o'clock. * THURSDAY will meet Tuesday evening at 7 30 o'clock at ^the school.- The seventh grade parents will ' serve refreshments and a panel discussion will be held. Jefferson township HD club No. 2 will meet at the 'Center'Pres- byterian church Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Members township PTA are to note change of time. WEDNESDAY Worthwhile HD dub will meet at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at tlie home of Mrs. Dewey YWCA Calendar Jeanette Meinzer, executive director, announces the following! Friday, October 14—Who's New ...„ „. „.„ „ „__, schedule of activities planned for club, parlors, dining room and Tourist club will meet Mon-lHeyde, 516 Twenty-fourth street.|^e coming ^-eek-at the YWCA, kitchen, 1:30 p.m.: advanced bai lor .;all at 9:30 a.m.; supervised bridge, .clubroom, 1:30 p.m.; Lincoln Y-Teen formal recognition service, annex", .7 p.m.: Delta Chi Sigma, parlors, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 12 — Preschool ballet class, annex, 9:30 a.m.; bowling class, 9:30 a.m.; Fairview Y-Teen formal Tecogni- 'ion service, annex, 7 p.m.; YWCA Board meeting, dining room, 7:30 p.m.; beginner's bridge, clubroom, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 13 —Begin-, ner's ballet class, annex, 4 to 5" p.m.;-swimming class, high school pool, 6:45 to 8:15 p.m.; Riley and Noble township Y-Teen formal recognition service, annex, 7 p.m.; Woman's Duplicate Bridge club, parlors, 7:30 p.m. day evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Helen Hochhalelr, 2400 Hayste Hyll. * * * The Cass county HD Chorus World Friendship' social circle, West B'r-o a d way Presbyterian church, will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock-'at the church. will hold practice Monday evening | Prayer group wilji convene at 1 30 at 7:30 o'clock at the 'Calvary Presbyterian church. , *' W * Olde Towne chapter, DAR, will meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening at the home of Kett, 438 Washington street. o'clock; The 20th Century class will meet at the Broadway Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock -with Florence Small as hostess-. Fulton chapter No. 376, OES, 4nna Guard class of St Luke's will meet-at the Fulton Masonic' Hall Monday evening •at 8 o'clock tor-honor past secretaries, ,treas- Euth'eran church -will meet- with MCS Sarah Stephen Wednesday afternoon at 1'30 o'clock.-A good 137 Broadway:, Monday, October 10 — Craft class, clubroom, 9:30 a.m.;. YWCA Public Relations^committee' meeting, clubroom, 1:15 .5.10.; ninth grade Riley Y-Teens, annex, 7 pjii.; Conversational ./-French class, clubroom, 7:30 p:m.;. Sigma Phi Gamma, • parlors, dining room and kitchen, 7:.30 p.m.; Railway Clerks,-, second floor, 7:30 pm : v'.- : '." .'•'' •_ .-. . Tuesday, October:.'. 11—Ladies Day Out . coffee ' hour,. 9 to 9:30 a m knitting class, second parlor, painting and sketching class, j let class, annex, 3:45 to 4:45 p.m.;" second advanced ballet class, annex, 5, .to 6- p.m. Saturday, October 15—Y-Teen. and-Hi-Tri Potato Chip Day, annex, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; eighth and ninth grade'junior, high canteen, annex, 7 to 9, p.m. PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gingrich, .formerly of city -now of Orahgevale, Calif., : 'are' the parents of a' son, .John David,- born dining room; slimnasiics, annex: September 20. Mrs. Gingrich is and beginner's-bridge;, first par-1 the former Diana. Hunter, I Granger, 2128 Otto. ex. " to UA. 320 Fourth Street **k STARTS TOMORROW! 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