Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 23, 1960 · Page 15
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 15

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 23, 1960
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23,1960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA ' PAGE; FIFTEEN Betrothed To David Olson/ James A.! Goldstine SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Million^Blackbiirn Nuptial In Double Ring-Rites Miss Lucille Million and--Rever-1 bridal couple, Barbara Million end Dallas W. Blackburn ex-! and'Nancy Blackburn, wore iden- changed nuptial vows Saturday'deal gowns of light blue nylon, evening, October 15, in a double j and earned baskets of flower' ring cerempny at- the Oak Grove petals f ' v I Christian church with the Rev- Wildon Blackburn, Coffeen, ft erend George^Neil officiating. ilinois, a brother of the^ bride^ The bnde is the daughter of Mr and Mrs.. Clayton Million, rural .route 1, 'Delphi; and" 1 the groom is the son of Harry 0 Blackburn of Coffeen, Illinois _Pr.lms,_' white 'gladioli and (Harrington Studio) BETROTHED—Announcement has been made of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of .Miss Julie Rittenhouse, daughter of Mrs. Mary C. Rittenhouse. of 624 North Third street, city, and Franklin Rittenhouse, of. 1210 Broadway, city, -to A-2C David Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson, of Milwaukee, Wis. The wedding date has been set for May 6. at St. Matthews church at Milwaukee. , The bride-elect is a 1959 graduate of the local high school and employed, in the purchasing department of the Logansport Machine company.' •...•• Her fiance is a 1955 .graduate of the South Milwaukee high . school of Wisconsin and is serving with the U.S. Air.Force, stationed at the Bunker Hill AFB. - , Siowley-Green' Vows Read In Candlelight double ring rites .long tapering sleeves ..and groom, served J as best man with Douglas Million, Robert Mills, Ronny > Blackburn and-- Patrick Million as ushers. . " % » V A reception was^ held _in the social"rooms w or- | 'the church-immediately following.'lhe- wedding. The bridal table'-"was,'-centered with a four tier-cake,'decorated with rosebuds and doves' and topped with a "miniature bridal couple. - The Jiostesses, , Mrs Douglas Million," 1 Mrs. Frank-.'C. Wright, Mrs. Joe,Loy and Mrs. Patrick Million - served _ cake, punch, and blue -and white mints. The bride was graduated~fr.om Adams •Township high school'and ( Purdue University where shj* majored in home economics. 1 -' She of silk illusion was s'ecured to {taught at Idaville before going an Alencon lace cap adorned with lo Rensselaer where she has white, mums, and lighted tapers in branched candelabra provided a'setting for the candlelight ceremony at which Patrick Million was soloist and was, accompanied by-Mrs. Robert Mills Given. in marriage by her father, the bnde was 'attired in a floor-length gown of white silk chiffon over white satin highlighted with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirt featuring a Venetian lace tram forming a bustle m the back Her fing_er-tip .-veil sequins and seed pearls She carried a bouquet of carnations and pirik rosebuds. The matron of honor, Mrs. James Rhoades, Natchitoches, Louisiana, appeared in a princess style gown of light blue silk organza over taffeta highlighted with a lace bodice. A-'short veil •was attached-to a velvet'bandeau. She carried a bouquet of blue carnations. The flower girls, nieces -of the taught for the last three years. Her husband attended.- -Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois, where he served as pastor of the Belmont Baptist church. At present he is pastor of _ , the Baptist church in Parr,, In- . diana, and is serving as visitor of AIR MA N SECOND. CLASS the Jasper county Welfare de- NELSON B. SHARP AND BRIDE, partment. the former Joyce. Irene Gregg, Following a wedding tap to are residing ?t Rockfield following their, marriage'Sunday after- Green, Lake, Wisconsin, they will reside .at'Parr; - , were read Saturday evening,-October 15, when . Miss Patricia Showley pledged her nuptial troth 1 iridescent sequins. A crown of' to James W. Green at the Prairie) pearls secured her shoulder-length | BH OFFICERS' WIVES' CALENDAR OF EVENTS The following calendar of activities has been announced for the Officer's Wives dub at the'Bunker Hill'Air Force'Base: bouffant skirt appliqued • with | Tuesday, October 25—Bowling, 9am lace which was embroidered witfr 1 Wednesday, October 26—Welcome" Coffee, $ 30 a m., Officers' 'club noon, October 16,-at the Rockfield Christian church with the ^Rev- carried bouquets. of pompons in fall colors. j The mother of the bride chose a moss green, crepe .jacket -dress with brown and beige accessories and a corsage of yellow, fugi mums while .the 'groom's mother erend Cecil Atkinson officiating atj selected a -plum • colored wool .the 2 o'clock rites. ". ... '• j dress with plum and black ac- Grove EUB church. Thursday, Ociober : 28—365th .Bomber Squadron,Punch Party/ 1:-30 p.m, Oificers' dub, 319th Fighter Interceptor Squadron Coffee, 1-30 p m. The Reverends Lloyd Overmyer! carried a white Bible, and George Bosard officiated' at with white roses, the ceremony, read before an al- veil of silk illusion, and she j Saturday, October 29—Hollaween Ball and floor show, Officers' dub. • _ j _ t_*j._ TI:I_I_ j-_-.__.] TI i_. f ii__ XT_« r*Uw.w.ii-^< n «nJ f\tfinr\t*£* Tl/iTiap- nluK ItatMv T-uian topped tar banked with rust-colored mums, palms -and lighted tapers in branched candelabra. The bride is the daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Harlin' Showley, of The matron of honor attended in a sheath gown of green velvet, accented with a small feather hat She carried a bouquet of yellow roses. The mother of the bride chose Kewanna, and the groom is the j a green wool dress with match- son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis j ing accessories while the groom's Green, of Rochester. mother selected a sheath dress Mrs. Barbara Eikenberry, of Denver, Indiana, attended as matron of. honor, and best man was Richard Green, brother of the groom.. Ushers were Jerry j church following the ceremony Heckathom and Stanley Eiken- with 125 guests. : attending.• Hos- of beige silk with brown acces- sessories. Both wore corsages of rust mums. Events'for the Non-Cbmmissioned Officers' Wives' club have'been 'planned as follows: " ' . "-: ; . _ '•'...,-..' Tuesday, October 25—Bowling .'atHiUcrestJn.ievening. • . '. Thursday, October 27—Social at 1 pinv, a, white elephant sale and : apron-contest. '. . . '*'.'. ' • Saturday, October 29—NCO Club' Halloween'Costume Ball. ' ANN LANDERS Mom's Jake of Boy's Pay Gives Him 'Broke' Name 'Warren ..Sanders, minister, of the Rockfield church, gave the prayer, of blessing. . The double ring' ceremony united the daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Paul A.- Gregg, of' Rockfield,, and the son of Mrs, v Mary Sharp; of.rural route 2; Rockfield. '-''' Carnations, and candelabra provided .a- setting, for the .ceremony. < ? .-: the cessories and a corsage of pink mums. : ' A reception was held in the church.. basement for 100 guests following the ceremony with a fall molif prevailing in the decor T 'ations. The four tiered wedding, cake featured a base of four hearts and . a miniature bridal couple on' top. Hostesses were for which Mrs. Berniece * JoAnna * 1st for which Mrs. Phyllis Sanders who .sang "Till the End of Time," "Wedding Prayer" and' "God Gave Me .-You." | ter of the groom,"; Phyllis Musall and Peggy Christy, both of Rockfield. Orange punch and fall colored mints were served .with the cake. • Miss Judith Brothers, of Rock- e bride is a 1960 graduate of iplrl M^M •« m o;^r^l, the Camden.high-school-and. is field, attended as maid of" honor, and bridesmaids,were .the Misses Carol Sanderson, of Cam'den, 'and Mary Lou Bickel, cousin, of the i bride, of Fort Wayne..The Misses Connie and Kay Martin, of Rock- 's Dear Ann: I am a sixteen year berry. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a full-length gown of ChantLUy lace and tulle over taffeta, featuring DR. 0. L BRAUNl M R«3- Podiatrist £ Foot Specialist | FOOT AILMENTS ^ Office: 3U North St. ; LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 1 -Wednesdayi i Friday* 9 to 4 A reception was held at the 0 ],j.high school junior who needs some advice from an .expert ,1 worked all summer, • hoping to save enough money to ' buy some clothes; and ma3'be take out a girl once in awhile. Well, my mother took m'y whole pay'check and gave -me, back just .enough for. carfare'and lunch. When.I tell you I- didn't have one'.extra penny in my pocket Tarn not exaggerating. Also, she wouldn't give me any money to take a tesses were Mrs. Carolyn Barts,~ Mrs. Joe Hasfcins, Miss Karen Metzger 'and Miss Janice Green. Residence has been established at Clovis, New Mexico, where the groom is stationed with the U.S. Air Force. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the Rochester high school.' She is also a graduate or the Indiana Business College at Fort Wayne. girl to a movie all summer. She Read the Want Ads! timons 408 E. MARKET ST. * EXTRA SPECIAL ladies :Reg. 2.99 fall Cotton Dresses and Dusters ONLY 72 DRESSES — ONLY 48 DUSTERS NOW ONLY Big selection of ilyles and' colon for the faU season. Sanforized. — Sires 12-30; 1414 to 24K. • , . . ' COME AND GET'EMI ON SAILE STREET FLOOR Reg Special Purchase! .98c Value! 16 Rib CORDUROY MACHINE WASHABLE -1 36" ond 42" wide — New autumn solid colors. For jltirti, jumpers f sh?rts, Vobes, kiddies wear, bed spreads, etc. • Save 32c on a yard ' DOWNSTAIRS 1 \_< AT CLINTON'S said it wasn't necessary. I now have'a job working after school ' and she is starting the same, thing over again. I am thinking about quitting my o°b so I'll have an excuse-to be broke. i The girls •- say there must be something wrong with a guy who can't even buy a Coke How about this?—BROKE Dear Broke: I hate to tell a fellow his mother is being unfair but I must in this case Even if I your mother is desperately hard up, she should allow jou to keep a small amount of your earnings If, for example, you are mak- [mg $20 a week, you should be able to keep $5 to spend as you wish. Please show her:.this .col umn, and J hope .it-helps. # #* Dear Ann Landers: Ten years ago I was so madly in love with Frank that I, went against, my parents' wishes, and converted'to Frank's religion so we could be married. I also promised to rear the children in his faith. We have six lovejy children and I go to church regularly. Frank, however, stopped going to church two years ago and I can't get him to budge. He used to be devoutly religious and I can't figure it out. Please tell me what I can do? Would if help if I told him I won't go to church any more unless he goes with me?—MAGGIE Dear Maggie: You made-a promise—now stick with • it." Frank is probably feeling guilty about something. Ask your clergyman to speak to him. If he was once "very religious" there-may be a chance-that the spark can be rekindled. , .Dear,Ann Landers:-This letter is being written by two 15-year- old girls who .have Just returned from a double; date. We both admit our guilt Even -on a double date we iiecked. We are going steadily, (but not steady) with these two wonderful fellows and we need some: advice on how to keep things -under control. Please don't misunderstand. We ; are not in any danger of losing; our heads completely; we just want to'be 'able to keep it down to a kiss or two. Thank-you. — GUILTY ONES: Dear Guilty There's nothing like bright lights and planned activity to keep the necking down to "one kiss or two" Also, if! you stay out of parked cars, it will help This is the favonte place for mushing it up My bo'ok- let, "Necking and Petting ana How Far to Go", goes into detail about such boy-girl hazards It may help you (Remember, though, it costs 20c and you must enclose a stamped, self- addressed envelope) \ * * * TO DUMBEST WOMAN WHO EVER WAS You aren't dumb, you're ]ust uninformed, like millions of others See a doctor anc ask km to explain these things to jou MAD AS A'WET HEN:,Dry off and send me your.name and.ad- dress on a stamped envelope, I've field, were ring bearer and flower girl, respectively. Darrell Chapman, rural route 2, Flora, served the groom as best man, and ushers were Jerry Popejoy, of Kokomo, Gaylord Haar, and Kenneth Flora, cousin of the groom, both of rural route 2, Flora. Danny Martin, of Rockfield, and Jack Bickel, of Fort Wayne, cousins of the bride, were candlelighters... ' Given in marriage- by her j father, the bride appeared in 'ar floor-length gown of nylon chif-1 Ton over'taffeta 'designed' with! employed by, the. Golden Rule in this city. Her husband- is ' a 1958 graduate of the, Gamden high school and is serving with the U.S. Air Force, stationed at the Bunker Hill AFB. For. traveling to Missouri on a wedding trip, the bride wore a moss green wool dress with brown- and beige accessories and a corsage of white roses, from her bridal bouquet. Needlecraft 972 a fitted bodice,' long sleeves : and a rounded taperin, neckline trimmed with floral-designed ap- p^ques uhich were repeated in the bouffant skirt/ Her finger-tip veil of silk illusion was' secured to a crown of orange blossoms, and N she carried a bouquet of white rosebuds. ' • Princess style gowns • in fall colors were worn by the' bridal attendants. Designed with" scoop necklines,. empire' waistlines.. and full skirts, the gowns were accented with matching gold leaf headpieces The maid of honor wore orange, ,. and /bridesmaids, chartreuse;, and the flower girl and ring bearer, rust brown. They hdped thousands - of people through the mail^and I can help you, too. It isn't 'possible to print ALL the letters in the paper. To 'learn the knack, of feeling comfortable with' the opposite sex, «jnd for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "How.To Be Date Bait," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, self-addressed; stamped «"nvelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to.her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. ' "Copyright, 1960, _' , Field Enterprises, Inc. - Only male lionsjhave a mane. It begins to grow,when fhe animal, is about three years old. t XHE CARRIAGE B.ARN . • ^ x 21£-ilth,St. •: - i - Phon«4681 "' ' - Hour* 9 to 5 daity', except Sat., 9 to T2" -WAllPAPER. "LAMPS GIFTS , CARPETS "I DRAPERY LAMPS -• ~ „ i'' • Forrest J. Reed, Interior* UPHOLSTBRY .ACCESSORIES Set Carnival Candidates At Kewanna Candidates for the king and queen, prince and princess contest at Kewanna high school were announced Jhis week. Winners will jei'gn over the annual Halloween carnival next week. The candidates are as follows: Seventh grade prince — Tom Troutman 'and John Seidel; Seventh grade princess — Colleen Kpebeke and Susan'Jonathan;' Eighth grade. prince-Curtis Menk and Bob Bittuling; Eighth grade princess — Laura Hilficker and Joan Markley; Sophomore king- Tom Mitchell; Sophomore queen —Beth Boyles; Junior king—Eric Johnston; .Junior 'queen—Marie Hizer; Senior king—Paul Grube; Senior queen—Cheryl ,Worl. The first grading period of ie r fall semester ends Friday. Report cards will be distributed lis' Wednesday. Seniors '•were given a day ' off Friday to solicit advertisement for the school yearbook.'' Groups were sent to Rochester, 'Winamac and Logansport. Original ' manuscript of the diary of Samuel Pepys, 'in six volumes, is at Magdalene College, Cambridge, England. Jiffy Toe-Cuddlers Say "Merry Christmas" warmly with gay, jiffy-knit slippers that keep toes ' cozy all winter! CANDY CANE-^tr,ip'"s add charm to stray-put slipper, socks, A flat piece'done on 2-needles, plus cuff. Pattern' 972; directions children's sizes 4 to 12 included; • Send Thirty-five Cents (coins) for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Logansport Press, 333 Needlecr.aft Dept., £.0, Box 169, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11,'N.Y. Print plainly'PATTERN NUMBER, NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. JUST OFF THE PRESS! Send now ior our- exciting, t new 1961 Needlecraft Catalog. Over 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew, era- braider, quilt, weave—fashions, homefurnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. Plus FREE—instructions for six smart veil caps. Hurry, send 25c now] f PLAN JUNE WEDDING-Mr. and.; Mrs, Thomas Frederick Servatius," Bradford, . Pennsylvania,. announce. the engagement of their daughter, Merrilyn (Lyn),-to James Arthur-Goldstine, son of Mr.: and Mrs. James H. Goldstnie, '417 West Miami Avenue, city.' - , -• '•:••... Miss Servatius attended Lake Erie College and is associated- with the Armstrong Cork Company in New York City. .Her fiance is aiFirst classman at the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. The 'couple plans a June wedding. ''--.-. The ultimate in luxury.:. by Country Tweeds' ...and its MIUUM-lined! This is the coat that Jakes you' everywhere in the very best of fashion! Of incomparable Cashmere '400', ill amazing softness and richness ot texture are shown to beautiful advantage in this button-front coat. .Note the new, controlled fullness. Push-up sleeves.add to. its versatility^ its wearability! See this and the many other superb Country Tweeds styles available, in 18 viorant new Life colors. AH are Miliurti-lined; for. all-weather com T -fort! Misses sizes 6 to 20; petite-sizes 4 to 18. $135.00 Exclusive at 326 East Broadway A

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