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SUNDAY. OCTOBER 9,1960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE;; and LOGANSPORT" PRESS,' LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE FIFTEEN SOCI&D Edwin' Eugene Lozier" — ' ' • ' < To Mark- '50th Anniversary . „ ~; * JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Reader Fights Temptation To Overeat With Exercise (Rodkey Studio) MR AND MRS DAVID ABBOTT are residing at rural route 3, Delphi, following, their marriage .Saturday, September 17, at the Delphi Christian church.with the Reverend Frederick Chandler officiating at the double ring .ceremony. . The bride, the former Joan Sneathen, is the daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. John J. Sneathen, of Delphi; and the'groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Abbott,'.'of rural route 3, Delphi.; Mrs. Pat Abbott attended as matron of honor, and bridesmaid was Mrs. Jack Stiver, of Elfchart. They wore gowns of pale blue and yellow chiffon with white 'accessories and they earned bouquets ofpink-carnations. The bride was given in marriage by her father and appeared in a floor-length gown of embroidered lace over-net and taffeta. A half-crown -of-pearls secured her illusion veil, 'and she carried a bouquet of-pink roses. — Tillman Abbott was,best man and Arnold Abbott was grooms' man. • A reception was held following .the ceremony at the church parlors with Mrs. Geneva Dowell and Mrs. touise- Comer as .hostesses. The bride and groom are graduates of the Delphi high school, she in 1960 and'he in 1959. The groom is engaged in farming. Local Red Cross . Entertains Marion" Hospital Veterans The Cass county Chapter of the American Red Cross entertained approximately 60 patients at the V. 'A. Hospital at Marion Friday with a dance party. The local musicians union provided Gary Hahn's dance bane for . the : event. Seventeen volunteers made the trip with .Mrs William Elliott, Mrs. -Donald Sayger and Mrs. Lee' Kantzer, ;who served as co-ordinators for the evening. Refreshments of doughnuts and cider .were served by Mrs Robert Gust assisted by volunteers from the Ladies Eagle's Boosters auxiliary as follows: Mrs Ben Neumann, Mrs. Mary Toothman, Mrs. Vera "Kuhn, and. Mrs. John Hurlburt. -.;.i- - . • Representing the;American Red Cross were: Mrs.'Willard Swigart, Mrs. Donald Bashore, Mrs. William Julian, Mrs. /William Elliott, Mrs. Herbert Rearick, Lois Scott, Mollie Good, Alice Hanley, Terne Brown, Sandra Morter, Mrs. Donald Sayger and Mrs. Lee Kantzer. A bingo party will be held November.^ for nearly 80 patients, and ' a >dance will, be featured December 2nd. Announcements ••-" '•- '.—Pohlman's Studio MRS -EDWIN EUGENE"' LO- IER was / Glory Jean : - Pursch prior to the • couple's marriage during 'a double -ring ; ceremony Sunday .afternoon,'October-2, -at the Calvary •• Eenficost :"-church, \vith the Reverend- Wayne Hombeck officiating.- The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Martha Pursch, of. 1508 Smead street, 'city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr .and Mrs Raymond Lozier, of.'Bremen, Ind; The 2:30 o'clock rites were read before an altar, banked with arrangements of pink gladioli and white mums. Mrs,..Ruby" Meyers, organist, played traditional bridal airs and accompanied Richard Rice, soloist, when he sang several selections. Miss Hene II. Pugh, city,, at:ended as maid of honor and Miss Annabelle Hatt, city, was a bridesmaid. ^Miss Donna Kay Brown, city, was junior ^bridesmaid. was- Carroll Hines, groomsmen were Peter Peterson, of the Bunker Hill '_ Sutton," city. Ushers were Marvin Lozier and Ivan Lozier, brothers of the'bride- room, both of Breman. Given in marriage by a cousin, Rud Eugene,. Spillman, the bride appeared .in • a waltz-length • gown of taffeta and. nylon tulle fashioned;'with,, a lace' bodice and topped with > lace .jacket. The waist-length veil of white illusion was secured to a pearl scalloped tiara The bride earned a white Bible topped with a purple orchid surrounded'with white lilies. The bndal attendants appeared in'identical-gowns of mint green dacron molded with a lace-bodice with a scooped neckline ending in a V-in the back accented with a bow. The junior bridesmaid lace: a pink taffeta Each carried with white a colonial COMMENTS • AND , CRITICISMS CUSTOMER'S iREMARKS Oct. 1, 1960 ' - 9:00 p. m. Why don't you fill your changers. They were empty and 1 had to go out for change so 1 could do my washing. There were several persons that had to- do the same. OWNERS' REMARK c We are sorry^/this was no fault of ours. We had some unwelcome visitors, SOFT WIRE ARTISTS, they" drained the changers 'before you came. We will do the best .^we can to see that it does noi happen, again. , UNITED FUND' This drive will soon come to the closing' date. Have you done your part. ^If each - one that can/ will give'a little, it will so'on be- over, the -top- Let's all do -tour part.\ ' . LAUNDRY 841 W. Broadway Loganiport, InJ. The L. S. to B. L.-T. and E. No. 81 will hold a business meeting Monday evening at 7.30 al The D. of t's will hold ness meeting .Tuesday evening al 8 o'clock at the K'.of'C. hall. Needlecraft 9450 WAIST "1-30" bouquet of white carnations surrounded^with lavender mums. For her' daughter's wedding, Mrs. Pursch selected a two piece nayy blue dress accented with beige - accessories, and wore corsage of white carnations. The 'couple greeted 75 guests at a reception following the 'wedding ,-at the church. Hostesses were Miss' Gertrude Pursch, a sister of the bnde, Miss Nancy Williams, and Mrs Violet Taylor, both of Decatur, LI., and Mrs. ,Dean Hensell, city. Miss Kitty Williamson,- cityj, was guest registrar. A pink and blue motif was used in deeorationsrat.the bride's table which was covered with a white cloth and centered with a three- tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. For traveling to the Northern part of Indiana, the bnde departed in a two piece powder blue dress,,accented with lace and,wore a corsage of white carnations. The bride 'attended the local high school and is employed with the Logansport State Hospital. i The bridegroom attended the Bremen high school and is serving with the.U.:S. Air-Force stationed at Bunker Hill AFB The couple, will reside at _1MO Smead street, city. can ; /Mascot or Doll ;F«>m tots 'to,' teenagers, the boy 0 all the girls adore is this jaunty sailo'r! He's fun to make' •He's a salty,sailor—-a delightful doll, clever mascot to take back to college, -to* sit .on dresser or bed. -Pattern -63!l: transfer of doll, clothes;, directions. , Send-Thirty-five.Cents (coins) for this pattern—add 10 cents- for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Logansport Press, '333, Needlecraft Dept., 7. 0 .Box 169, Old 'Chelsea Station-, New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly P A T T E R N NUMBER, NAME, ADDKESS and ZONE. JUST OFF-THE'TRESS! Send now for -our ,'exciting/ new 1961 Needlecraft "Catalog; Over 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt,^ weave. — ''fashions, •One-Yar'd \Vonder It's true' ONE -YARD 54-inch. fabric is all you need for this smart skirt. Extra-easy to sew— no side seams. Jiffy-cut-tissue is in one piece. ' -Printed Pattern 9450 Misses' Waist- Sizes -24, 25, 26, 28,' 30. 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Fall and Winter Pattern Catalog ™=, v,Ho'PincrETJT?T? _.;,,,i~,;. _ every-page jn "exciting color' " Over 100-styles for all sizes, iall occasions plus school,—. ~35c-> tions - for- six - smart veil caps. Hurry,, send 25c noytl . 314 P.arl Strt.t.:! Uganfpart, Indiana PLAN OPEN HOUSE-Mr. and Mrs Howard Mutchler will, celebrate their- golden wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon, Octobers 16, with an open- house from 2 to 4 o'clock at their home route 1, Kewanna, All friends and relatives are invited, to attend. v -Howard Mutchler, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mutch' ler, of Rochester, and the former Vida Collins, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Collins, of-Kewanna, were united in marriage October 13, 1910, at the local Baptist church with the late Reverend Craig officiating. Mrs. Mutchler is a member^ of the Prairie Grove Home EC. club and the Woodlawn hospital auxiliary. He is a charter member of the Fultdn county Farm Bureau and a member of the Purdue Alumni and of the Purebred Breeders association. They-are both members of the Builders class of the Prairie Grove United Brethren, church. The Ladies Aid of the Prairie Grove church will hold a family dinner in honor of the couple. They. are. the.parents of nine children, six of whom are living: Mrs, Josephine luley and John, of Rochester, Mrs. Jeanette Hunter and Donald, of Kewanna; Mrs. Vern Herrell, of Oxford, Wisconsin; and Ruth at home. Deceased are Pauline, Mrs. _ Isabel Cooper and Mrs. "Martha Reeser. There are-29 grand- i, children and 4 great-grandchildren. ' I have ]ust read such a/wond- derful letter that I_.am going to print it today because,it lists so many benefits of^ exercise and reducing. "Dear Mrs., Lojvman: . , ^ "On March 9th'I weighed in at 177 pounds. There had been times when 1 Had hit '180-183. On that day I decided that som&-of the excess .weight I -had' accumulated during the. past 10 years (50 •pounds in all) had- to go: I have! been an avid reader of your column for a long time, and I sent for the-material I needed. - . "I kept my calorie intake between 1000—and 1,400-a^day and made certain that I had all'of -the food essentials. I even,drank milk—skimmed of course—something that previously I had drunk only when 'pregnant. Exercised "My low spot in the day always hit about 3 p"m. and that is when I'd head for the exercise pad, and work out for 20 or 30 •minutes. After the exercise session, I found I could go on without robbing the cook : e jar or raiding the icebox. It seemed' to give me a glow and als6 new inspiration:. "It was wonderful to lose that protruding abdomen. I feel young again. 1 felt marvelous all the time I was losing weight and no longer needed that "after-dinner" snooze. The stairs are no longer a -problem and even after a big wash day I still have pep. My blood pressure has gone down and I look forward to another 40 years.^ "I now weight between 127-133 pounds and I am determined to stay there. My skin is firm, my face full and I feel wonderful. My measurements are bust 35, waist 27,' hips 36 inches. I have - always'been a little thick through the middle but at any rate I am no longer, bust 41, waist 34 and hjps'j44.'inches." 'Besides the great''difference in appearance,/the benefits in en>, ergy' and health this reader lists are inspiring. The idea,of exercise .when tempted to, break over on-her diet was', a ,splendid one. This reinforced' her..view of the goal ahead., -^ If you have procrastinated and would like 4o have my Marathon 'booklet which shows you how to' 'lose 20 pounds in eight week's, send 10 cents_and a stamped, self- .addressed envelope with your re-, quest to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. .Tomorrow: "If You Have Unusual Loss of Hair, See Your Doctor." . . 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