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Friday .Evening, September 5,1969 Francis Crowes Feted On 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Francis Crowe were honored with a surprise dinner on the 25th anniversary of their wedding. The event was held in the home of their son, "Tom Crowe and his wife, Mary, at 2109 High St. Guests included another son, Paul; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Crowe, Mrs. John Crowe, Mrs. August Cappoli, Misses Clara, Julia and Mary Cappoli, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bessignano, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Hatton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutchcraft, Mr. and Mrs. James Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Earth Risher, Mrs. Mary Brindle., Mrs. John Gross. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Francis Randolph and daughter of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and daughter of Gary. The honored couple has another son, John, now serving with the Army in Fort Knox, Ky. THE PHABOMBIBUNE & PRESS. LOGANSPORT. INDIANA Logansport High Schooiplap Of 1959 O I ,.,,.;. - ... ^ - . ''• -.-- '•'" "••- :' •' -"- - Fidelity Chapter Plans Initiation Fidelity chapter 58, OES, met Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple for a stated session. Associate matron Eileen Howard presided in the east in the absence of the worthy matron, Saramae Gundrum, who is recovering from surgery. Secretary and treasurer reports were read, sick members were reported on and shut-ins with September birthdays are Beatrice Horn, Sept. 15, Claire Abel, Sept. 16, Esther Delp, Sept. 18, and the wedding anniversary of John and Helen Stults, Rt. 2, Monticello, on Sept. 23. Invitations to attend the official visit of district 18 deputy were read from Somerset, Sept. 16; Converse, Sept. 22; Kewanna, Sept. 23; Friends Night at Galveston, Sept. 24; and official visits of the worthy grand matron at Monticello and Kokomo. All who are taking the proficiency test are to meet at the Masonic Temple Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. A memorial service was held for Mittie Bradley and Mandell Carpenter. The next meeting is Sept. 16 when initiation will be held and 25-year members honored. Zion WSCS Meets At Bbnnell Home The WSCS of the Zion U.M. church met at the home of Dolores' Bonnell recently with he president, Katie Herd, in harge. Ruby Brandt offered devotions and Mildred Elliott pre- ented the program lesson on missions: Roll call was answered with a Bible verse, Dolores BonneE gave the trea- urer's account. The president urged a good attendance at the Spiritual- Growth meeting Sept. 30 at Broken Arrow Campground with v/o programs scheduled for 10 a.m.-2 p;m. and 6:45-9:30 p.m.. Lunch and an evening snack will be served. Reservations are not necessary. The next meeting with Phyllis Herd win be one week late on Oct. 8 because of Achiecement Day. Mabel Winn was in charge of entertainment with prizes, going to Mildred Elliott and Louise Clary. Mabel Winn won ;he door prize. The 1959 graduating class of Logansport High School recently held its ten-year reunion at the Logansport Country Club. Golf, swimming and casual get-together began the cay at 1 p.m. From 5:30 until 6:30 p.ni. was registration followed by a buffet dinner. Special guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. J.'Harold Mertz, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Kniesly, Miss Lillian Duncan, Miss Pearl Newcomb and Miss Mary Pitman. Jim Jacobsen, master of ceremonies, began the program; Joe Shaughnessy, general chairman, welcomed all in attendance, thanked all committee members and gave the financial statement of the reunion. SHERRY LOSER PASQUALE, chairman of band and entertainment, made presentations to the following people: Person who came the farthest, Connie Giertz Kjellman; most recently married, Joann Glasson Ulsas; with youngest baby, Beth Neher Tanner; with least hair, Jack Jones; with the most children, Judy Dunn Segraves; persons who did the most work, Sharon King Bunger and Jean Liming Filbey. Dick Medland, class president, led the business meeting following his welcoming speech. It was voted to have another reunion in five years with Jean Filbey and Nancy Lanning Hoffman as co-chairmen. Courtney Justice, class vice- 'president, also spoke. A memorial service for the one deceased , member, Bill White, was led by Michael Cart. COMMITTEES for the reunion were as follows: Food and facilities: Linda Edwards -Pfuetze, chairman, Sandy McMillen Robertson, cochairman; correspondence: Jean Liming Filbey, chairman, Judy James Foster, co-chairman: band and entertainment: Sherry Loser Pasquale, chairman, Ann Castaldi Smith, co- chairmair; treasurer: Sharon King Bunger; publicity: Linda Mclntyre Jackson; group pic- ture, Jerry Hall, chairman, Larry Ottinger, co-chairman; decorations: Jim Jacobsen, chairman, David Walters, cochairman; program book, Jim Bain, chairman, Don Miller, cochairman; calling: Phyllis Ricci pickens, CLASS MEMBERS attending the reunion were: Judy Allen Howell, Mark Armick,, Larry Arthington, Jim Bain, Jerry Baldini, Robert Barbour, Jeanne Anne Beiker Fleeger, Jerry Bunger, Sharon King Bunger, Jack Cain, Nancy Rozzi Cain, James Carey, Marcia Cart Dicherber, Michael Cart, Joe Casalini, Sue Cabiness Casalini, Ann Castaldi Smith, Elizabeth • Centers Wallace, Carolyn Conn Walker, Daniel Cotner, Larry Cromer, Judy Cunningham Campi, William Cuppy, Judith Dougherty Larimore, Richard Douglas, Karen Doyle Henn, Judy Dunn Segraves," Mary Dunn, Linda Edwards Pfuetze, Janet Eller Cunningham, Don Everham, Michael Farrell, Ed Fasnacht, Betty Fitzer Campbell, Linda Fosler Layman, Bill Gallaher, Connie Giertz Kjellman, Joann Glasson Ulsas, Ronald Grisez, jerry Hall, Jack Harrison, Penny Harrison Haynes, Nancy Hauss Lapierre. ROBERT HAYDEN, Tom Hayward, Deanna Hines Horner, Don Hope, Sally Gobi Hope, Sharon Humes Overley, Kenneth nes, Richard Jackson, Linda Mclntyre Jackson, Jim Jacobsen, Janice Jameson Baldwin, Jack Jones, Barbara Van Briggle Jones, Courtney Justice, Carol Keener Walchter, Larry Kelley, Larry Kennell, Don Kesler, Marsha Kesler Vance, Larry Kitchel, Dick Lamb, Nancy Lanning Hoffman, Judy Lawrence Edington, Jean Liming Filbey, Sherry Loser Pasquale, Beth Ann Lehman Medland, Pat McClelland Grant, Phil McClintock, Juanita McCloskey Roberson, Pat McLochlin, Sandy McMillen Roberson, Sandy McNutt Clark, Virginia McQuillen Stombaugh, Jane Macy Arseneau, Larry Martin, Richard Medland, Don Miller, James Miller, Sharon Hardin Miller, Ronnie Myers, Beth Neher Tanner, Sandy Neese Zellers. ED NICHOLS, Mary Jo Quaglio Nichols, Larry Ottinger, Rober Paul, Lowell Pinney, Sharon Plotner Cockrell, Kay Purdy Meeker, Jack Reeder, Karen Rehm Cart, H. C, Renkenberger, Norman Rhoades, Carol Setflemyre Rhoades, Phyllis Ricci Pickens, Julie Rittenhouse Olson, Bill Rozzi, Thomas Sailors, Pat Shannon, Marilyn Dodrffl Shannon, Joe Shaughnessy, Sue Swigert Beal, Bart Swisher, Sharon Taylor Cornett, Joanne Townsley Reap, Karen Wagner Guckien, David Walters, Clarisse. Ward Byers, Roger Webster, John White, Jeff Williams, Kathy White Williams, Diane Yerkes Miller, Jeannie Y&der Miller and Judy Zimmerman Cochran. (Voorhees Studio) Karen Scotney Bride Service At Marion Karen M. Scotney and Patrick L, Pierce were united in marriage Aug. 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Marion with the Rev. Omer Fisher officiating at the candlelight, double ring ceremony. •;' The bride is the daughter <of' former local residents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Scotney, ' of Marion, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Pierce, of LaP,orte. Tom Littlefield was soloist and Leroy Imler, organist. THE BRIDE appeared in a % princess style gown of ser- 'rano with an overlay of lace designed by her mother. Lace ,, scallops accenting the front of the gown were trimmed with jewels. A self bow with a full-length streamer was • attached to the back to form a part of the chapel train. The long sheer sleeves were scalloped at the wrist and her illusion veil was attached to a jeweled tiara.. The bride carried a cascade of pink pompons, French carnations, and baby breath centered with an orchid. Miss Judy Mendenhall, of Marion, attended as'maid of honor in an Empire gown of pink serrano with, cap sleeves and a jewel neckline. The bodice was accented with beaded lace. She wore a matching headpiece and carried a colonial nosegay of pink carnations, white, pompons and baby breath. Cheryl McVay, cousin of the bride, Lafayette,, and Beverly Hinkle, Marion, were bridesmaids, and.. Colinda Maureen Larimore,, also a Wesleyan Guild Installs Officers Officers were installed at the recent meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Market St. U. M. church at the church parlors with a carry-in supper being served to IS members. Mrs. Mary Western showed slides of her trip to Africa. Mabel Eshelman, president, opened the business meeting, Virginia Beachler read the secretary's report, and Edna Watson, the treasurer's account. Mrs. Eshelman presented a four year pin to Lulu Bishop for her service on the local church responsibility committee and to Nelda Clements for her service on the membership committee. Mrs. Ehelman, outgoing president, was' presented with a pin for her service as president for the past four years. Installed were Mary Felker, president; Edith Ayres, vice- president; Virginia Beachler, secretary; and Edna Watson, treasurer. cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Each wore an identical gown of pink ser- rano with a matching headpiece and carried a colonial nosegay of pink and white flowers. The bride gifted her attendants with silver pendants. GAYLE SOMMERS, niece of the groom, LaPorte, flower girl, wore a pink embroidered gown and carried a basket of petals. Her headpiece matched her gown. Randal Max Larimore, cousin of the bride, carried the rings. Charles Sommers, LaPorte, served his brother-in-law as best man, and ushers, were Sp. 4 Lance Scotney, brother of .the bride,-Max Larimore, uncle of the bride, city, Jay McVay and -Steven Bard, both of this-city.- A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. > .Following a' short wedding trip, the-couple will be at home 7 at 1901 Coyington Ave., Apt. 91, Piqua, Ohio. The bride graduated from Marion High School and attended Marion College. The groom graduated, from LaPorte High School and attended Eastern Michigan University. He is manager of the Bradford House restaurant of W. T. Grant and Co., Piqua, Ohio. Anne Russow Becomes Bride Of David Patty Anne Russow and David Patty exchanged double ring vows Friday evening, Aug. 22, at the Baptist Temple with Rev. Clyde Mayfield officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russow, Rt. 1, Idaville, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Patty, 214-12th St. The bride appeared in an Aline white lace street-length dress and a shoulder-length veil secured to a daisy headpiece. She caried a bouquet of daisies and aqua tinted stephanotis. Mrs. Robert Champion, Jr., city, attended as matron of honor in an A-line aqua linen dress with a headpiece of aqua and white lilies of the valley. She caried a bouquet of white daisies. Lee Isaacs, Kokomo, served as best man and ushers were Jeff Russow, brother of the bride, and Mike Schmidt, cousin of the groom. The mother of the bride chose a beige knit dress with brown accessories and the groom's mother selected a yellow linen dress with brown accessories. Each wore a corsage of bronze daisies. The bride graduated from Idaville high school and Indiana State University." The groom at Spring Creek CWF Plans Women's Day Mrs. Loyd Moore opened the recent meeting of the Spring Creek CWF at her home with a reading followed by prayer by Mrs. Don Callender, president. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Callender and secretary-treasurer reports were read by Mrs. Charles Harvey. The service treasurer's account was by Mrs. George Moore. Plans were discussed for Women's Day to be held Nov. 9 with Mrs. Pauline Tharmes, State CWF secretary, as guest speaker. Mrs. Harvey gave the lesson, "Blinded By Preconceived Ideas," and Mrs. Arthur Tomlinson presented the devotions. Mrs. Margaret Moore was honored on her birthday. Refreshments were served to ten members. Mrs. Gladys Moore won the door prize The, next meeting is Oct. 8 at thej home of Mrs. George Moore. SOCIETY Woman's Progressive clu will hold its annual pknic din ner Monday at 12:30 p.m. a Dykeman park. Members ar to bring a covered dish an table service. Dues for the yea are payable at this time. Monticello Couple D lan Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mohler of Monticello will be celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary with an open house at ;heir residence in Northgate, 1400 North Main Street, on Sunday. Friends are invited to call during the afternoon and evening. Edna Summers, daughter of the late Mr.- and Mrs. Tom Summers of Arkansas and Wilbur Mohler were married Sept. 5,1939. in Lafayette. His parents: were the.late Mr. and Mrs. Ora Mohler of Monon. After their marriage they lived in Monon until four months • ago when they moved to Monticello. The Mohlers have two sons, Ralph and Ronnie, both of Monticello and two grandchildren, Ralph J. and Tabitha. Galveston WSCS Holds Installation Installation of officers was held by the WSCS at the Galveston U. M. church recently with Mrs. Fred Heinrich, district president, in charge. The first .session of the new year was then held Tuesday evening with the new officers in charge. Mrs. Don Marchand, assisted by Mrs. Carl Johnson, gave the program lesson. Mrs. Robert Sprinkle, new president, conducted the .business meeting when reports and announcements were made and new yearbooks distributed. Roll call was answered by 24 members. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Phil Peterson and Mrs. Ray Atterbery. tended the local high school and! served four years with the U.S. Air Force. .He is employed by | Engineering Construction Co. j The bride is a teacher at Frank-' lin school. After a short weding trip, the •couple is residing at 609% Wheatland Ave. , Mothers of Twins To Hear Speaker All Logansport area mothers of twins are invited to hear Sgt. Everett McGee speak on narcotics at the meeting of the Pair or Better club Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dale Brown, Walton. 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