Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 16, 1960 · Page 44
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA —Harrington Studio ROY MORRIS AND WIFE are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary today with an open house to be held in the fellowship hall of the North Third street EUB church from 2 to 4 p!m. All are invited to attend. Both are 72 years of age and have resided at their present address, 1333 College street, city, for 35 years. -Hojrt Morris, son of the late Isaac and Eliza Kuns Morris, of near Burnettsville, and the former Jennie Edith Reeser, daughter of the late Melvin and Elizabeth. Galloway Reeser, city, were united in marriage October 4, 1910, at the Evangelical parsonage, located, at that time in the 400 block on Front street. The late Rev. J. W.. Carter officiated and the ceremony was witnessed by the late Rev. J. S. Kroft. Mr. Morris is a.retired locomo- tive fireman of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad of-the Peru Indiana Branch. Both are members of the North Third street EUB church. Mrs. Morris has been a lifelong member of the Women's Missionary society and the Ladie Aid of the ' North Third stree EUB church. Their eight living children are Bert, route 2, a. painter for Wo construction; Mrs. Wayne Leffer 16 Center street; Lee, 1247 Colleg street', Logansport Chief of Police Mrs. Wilmer Burns, 1412 Colleg street; George, 126 West Ottawa local city fireman; Mrs. Georg Sims, 1433 College street; Mrs Donald Peterson, 1325 •> Colleg street; and Paul, route 3,. brakeman for the' Pennsylvania rai road. A daughter, Maryann, diet at birth in 1932. There are 2 grandchildren and one g r e a I grandchild*. SUNDAV. OCTOBER 1C, IMfc SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Jesse .Smith, Wife Married 50 Years Ago On October"! 0 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith, rural route 1, city, observed their golden . wedding anniversary, Monday, Oolober 10.' Jesse Smith and the former Bertha McC'a'n, were married October 10, 1910, at Lebanon, Indians, with the Reverend Homer Dale officiating. They have resided in this- city for 50 years. The couple has one son, Howard Smith, rural route 1, city, and oi»e grandchild, Judy. They received . several gifts, flowers and csrds'in honor of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Smith enjoy fairly good, health and are members ol the Bethlehem P r e s b yterian church. Bride Of Richard G May We Extend Our Welcome We Hope You'll Enjoy Logan's Hospitality j. */ The Fashion Shop Where Hospitality ^Has Been a Tradition for 39 Years SPECIAL forHo*pitoriryW*»k WOMEN'SfWOOL SUITS Formerly Priced $45 to $69.95 13995 Sizvs 7 to 15 and 10 to 1 8 • Dress Maker Styles • Fitted Jacket Styles • Channel Jacket Styles • 100% Wool and Fur Blends • Some With Fur Collars • Tweeds and Checks Colors: Blue— Gray — Navy- — Black— Brown — Red We consider this an ontstonding money laving group of Bettor Suits. W* will be glad to serve you during HoipitalityWeek and the other 51 weeks of the year. "Where Customer* Are Appreciated" YWCA "Calendar Jeanette Meinzer, executive director, announces the following schedule of program and activity for the coming week at the YWCA, 127 Broadway: Sunday, October 16—Inter-Racial club will host guests of the Bun ker Hill AFB, buffet dinner, ! to 8 p.m: . Monday, October 17—C r a"f t class, clubrooni, 9:30 .a.m..; Eighth grade. Riley Y-Teens,. annex, 4 p.m.; 'Hi-Tri III,-annex, 7:30 p.m.; conversational French class, clubroom, 7:30 p.m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge club, parlors, 7-:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 18 — Ladies Day Out coffee hour, 9 to 9:30 a.m.; knitting class, second parlor; painting and sketching class, dining room; slimnastics, annex; beginner's bridge class, front parlor; all at 9:30 a.m.; Supervised Bridge club, clubroom, 1:30 p.m.; Eighth grade Lincoln Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Hi-Tri I, annex, 7:30 p.m.; Inter-Sacial club, parlors, 7:30 p.m.; Jayettes, dining room and kitchen,' 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 19—YWCA Bowling class, 9:30 a.m.; preschool ballet class, annex, 9:30 a.m;; eighth grade Fairivew Y- Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Hi-Tri IT, annex, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 20 — YWCA Bridge club, clubroom, 1 p.m.; Keystone Ladies, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 1 p.m.; swimming class, high school pool, 6:45 p.m. Friday, October 21-Operation Hospitality Woman's Tea,: annex, 2 to 4 p.m.; Sub Teen party, annex,.5:15 to 7:15 p.m. Saturday, October 22—Advanced ballet class, annex, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; beginners ballet class, annex, 11:15 to 12:15 p.m.; advanced ballet class, annex, 12:30 :io 1:30 p.m.; seventh and eighth grade canteen, annex, 3 to 4 p.m.; eighth and ninth grade junior high canteen, annex, -7 to 9 p.m. . J. P. Moser Photo MRS. RICHARD WILLIAM BUNDY was Miss Sharon. Joyce Pherson preceding the couple's marriage . Saturday afternoon, October 8, at 12:30 o'clock at St. Elizabeth's church, Lucerne, with Reverend- Father Harold E. Weller officiating. The double ring ceremon united the daughter of Mrs, Mar} Pherson, Royal Center, and C. E Pherson, 40 Lux street, city, an the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gleaso Bundy, Royal Center. Bouquets of white gladioli provided a setting for the ceremony and Mrs. Joy Frushour, organis played several selections. Larg white bow's marked the famil pews. Mrs. Tonya Hershberger, Roya Center, a sister of the bride attended as .matron of honor Serving his nephew as best man was John Remley, Peru. Given in marriage by he [ather, the bride ^appeared in ballerina-length gown of whit lace over white taffeta style: with a scalloped neckline' am Ihree-quarter .length sleeves The waistline tapered to a \ in the front arid back and th skirt featured a scalloped hem line. A high crown of crysta beads secured :a short veil. Sh carried white and wedgewow We Join With All Logansport In Extending A To the personnel of Bunker Hill Air Base and the people of our entire community to visit Logansport during Hospitality Days. 404 Broadway blue carnations highlighted with blue net ,and white streamers. The matron of honor was attired in a street length dress o. wedgewood blue lace over ligh blue taffeta featuring a scoopec neckline, high in front and low in back. The full skirt cascaded from a waistline that taperec to a V in front and back. Her wedgewood blue crown securec a veil of the same color. She carried white and wedgewood blue carnations. The bride's mother chose plum dress with matching hat and black, accessories. Mrs. Bundy selected a navy blue dress with a white feather hat and black accessories. Both wore corsages of white mums. A reception at the St. Elizabeth hall with 75 guests present followed the wedding. Mrs. Harold Gray registered the guests. The bride's table was centered with a three tier wedding cake, featuring four hearts on the bottom layer ^and a bell on the top. Wedgewood blue and white prevailed in the reception decorations. . Blue punch, mints and nuts were also served. Hostesses were Mrs. Harold Elliott, rural route 1, Wabash, Mrs. Robert Pugh, city, and Mrs. Jim : MoseY, Royal Center. The bride is a graduate of Royal Center'High School and was formerly employed by the Logansport Pharos-Tribune and Press. Her husband, a' graduate of the same high school, attended Ball State Teachers College and served in the Navy for four years. He is employed at Western '.Electric in Indianapolis, and attends Indiana Extension School. The bride departed to Indianapolis in a blue wool suit- dress .with a matching feather bat and : black accessories! Resi- dence'is at 422 North Arsenal, Indianapolis. The. bride was honored at a shower recently at the home of Mrs. Jack Seward, Royal Center, with>Mrs. Tom Beckley and Mrs. ene Hershberger as co-hostesses. There were 33 guests present. Elks Women To Form Bridge Club All Elks ladies are invited to charter a Women's D u p li c ate Bridge club Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Elks Cafe. Interested women are asked to bring a partner and register by 12:45 o'clock. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Hill Leavitt, phone 3933. POSTPONE SALEM MEET The all-day meeting and anniversary party of the Salem WSCS scheduled for Wednesday, October 19, has been postponed until Wednesday, October 26, at the church. Announcements MONDAY The Best Ever Class of the Broadway Methodist church will meet at the home of, Mrs. Jeanette Watts, 107 Seventh street, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Nell Bradfield and Mrs. Floyd Hyres will assist. * * * The Logansport Lioness will meet at the Ben Hur Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock. • * * * World War I Auxiliary, Barracks 1400, will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Memorial home. Books will be audited. Patricia'A. Ledger Weds David Payne In Anderson Rites Stilwell-Grimes Nuptials Repeated In Illinois Rites JUss Mary Jayhc Stilwell be- Payne during a double ring service Sundav afternoon, September 25, at the First Church of, the Nazarene in Anderson with Reverend M. K. Milikin officiating »t 2:3(1 o'clock. The bride is the daughter of the latj Mr", and Mrs. Robert Ledger, of Salem,, Ind., and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs! Edna James, of Frankfort, and the late Irwin A. Payne. The bridegroom during a double ring ceremony Monday evening, October 10, at St. Peter's Lutheran church in Crescent Ctiy, Illinois, with the Reverend Robert Spenn officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darl Stilwell, rural route 2, Royal Center, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beall. rural route 1, city. Attending the couple were Miss Roberta Spenn and Fritz Spenn. , ,. y » -ivuutiia openn ana rruz openn. and his family were former local] The bride appeared in t grey ,'»c,rion*c - . rr ° J residents. The bride given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Bernard -Norton, appeared in a blue taffeta dress with a silk pverskirt embroidered in a white floral design. She yore a white circular shoulder-length veil and a single white orchid corsage. Miss Charlotte Norton, a niece of the bride, was maid of honor TUESDAY' Mizpah Lodge N,o. 26, "'L.S. to| and wore a nav y blue sheath B. of-R.T., will' hold' a regular] " meeting Tuesday evening at 7:3 o'clock at the VFW hall.. /Plan will be made for winter activi lies. . Our Lady of Snows study.c!u will . hold a Halloween , party Tuesday evening ,at 7:30 o'cloc at the home of Mrs. Ed Kitchell 2424 PeiVysburg road. Member are to come masked and are asked to note that .the meeting night has been changed to tfv third Tuesday of the month. Bring articles for the Sister' pantry and Pope's warehouse. * * * The Onward Unit 1S1; "Mother of World War 2, will meet Tues day afternoon at the home of Mrs Bertha Rudd. Members are asket to come early to sew. . • * * * Eel township HD club -No. 2 will meet Tuesday afternoon a 1:4.5 o'clock at the home of Mrs Pearl Tikfer, 730 Seventeenth street. Roll call will be an indi vidual response. , . » * * The Walton Literary club wil meet at the home of Mrs. James Hall Tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock. * * * WEDNESDAY Second Mothers study club wil meet Wednesday evening from 7 to 8:30 o'clock at the WMCA for a children's Halloween party. Al children are to attend in costume In charge of the event will be the officers and Mrs. Lyle Beebe Mrs. Eugene Smith and Mrs. Mary Jane Buck. * * * St. Vincent Home and School Association will meet Wednesda at the school hall. * ' * # Friendship class of the Market street Methodist church will mee Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o' dock. at the church. Members are to bring articles for the si lent auction. * * * The NCCW will convene Wednesday at Our Lady of the Lake's church at Monticello., Benedic tion will be at 1:30 o'clock (CST) followed with a Deanery meeting. All women of the three Catholic parishes are invited to' attend. * * * The Woman's Missionary society of the Metea Baptist church will hold an all-day meeting Wednesday at the church with adies of the Young America church as dinner guests.' Wilma Metz will be hostess and roll call will be a favorite Baptisl )eriodical and why. Members are :o bring well-filled baskets and ove gift boxes. * # # THURSDAY Keystone Ladies club will meet Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the YWCA parlors with Mrs. Beulah Seward and her committee in charge. Members are asked :o note the change of meeting date. •. * * * The Excel club will hold its annual fall dinner party Thursday vening at 6 o'clock at the Cap:ain Logan hotel. , * * * The Wayne Friendly club will meet Thursday with Charlotte Schnapp. Members are to bring She wore a white circular shoul- will be "something I've learned Tom a teenager." Read the Want Ads! j dress with a matching jacket, 'and a small white hat. Her "corsage I wool sheath dress with black accessories and a coral orchid highlighted the ensemble. The bride attended the Royal Center high shcool and her husband is,a graduate of the same high school and is serving with the U.S. Army.' After a short wedding trip Ihe couple will reside at Fort Bliss, Texas, where the groom is stationed with Guided Missile Corps under confidential Army Security. carna "* ***** variegaled 'Wives Of Republican Bill Payne, of Frankfort, served his brother as best man.- Mrs. Bernard Norton, a sister of the bride,-'selected an olive green dress with a corsage of. red roses. The bridegroom's mother chose a two piece jacket dress of charcoal with a pink and white star design .and wore a corsage of pink roses. The bride is a 1959 graduate of the Anderson high school,and is employed at the Finance Center at Fort Benjamin Harrison. The bridegroom is a 1959 graduate of the local high school and is serving with the U.S. Army,' stationed with the 226th . Military Police company at Fort Benjamin Harrison. The couple is residing at Fortville. Guests at the. wedding were from Anderson, Middle town, Frankfort, Indianapolis^ Fort Wayne and Lima, Ohio. Males of the ' redwing blackbird species' travel together when migrating with the females following them a week later. Candidates To Be Guests At Peru Tea PERU-The Women's Republican Club of Miami County will hold an informal tea Wednesday at the First Presbyterian Church in Peru from 2 to 4 p.m. for wives of three Indiana Republican candidates as honored guests. The honored guests are Mrs. Crawford Parker, wife of the gubernatorial nominee; Mrs. Richard 0. Ristine, whose husband is nominee for lieutenant governor; and Mrs. George 0. Chambers of Anderson, wife of the candidate for Representative to Congress from the Fifth District. lire. M. 0. Thrush, vice-chairman of -the Republican Central Committee announced that all interested persons in the county are invited. Mrs. Martha Whitehead, Indianapolis, state vice-chairman, will be guest speaker and there will be special awards given at the close of the event. Only South American bear is the spectacled bear of the Andes. 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