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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSBORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, II Richard Klein And Bride Harrington Studi RICHARD GENE KLEIN AND BRIDE, the former Miss Belt Louise Moss, were united in mar riage during a Nuptial High Mas Saturday morning, October 15, a St. Joseph's Catholic church, wit the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Maurice Fole officiating at the 10 o'clock ser vice. The double ring rites united th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Car Moss, of route 1, Twelve Mile andjhe son of Mr. and Mrs. Don aid Klein, of 3121 Pottawattomi road, city. The impressive rites were reac before an altar banked with bas kets of white carnations. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a floor length gown of Alecon lace am nylon tulle fashioned with a sa brina neckline outlined with ir idescent sequins and long taper ed sleeves ending in bridal point over the hands. The molded fitte< bodice and full bouffant - skir were accented with tiers of ruf fles arid tulle in the.front an' the back cascaded into a swee] train. The bride carried a . white Prayer book topped with a cas cade arrangement of white Frencl carnations. The elbow-length yei of white illusion was secured! tc a crown. Mrs. Betty Neville, a sister.q the bridegroom, of Wheaton, 111. COMMENTS and CRITICISMS Customer's Remark I like- your laundermat very much."It is well lighted and nicely kept. Some music would be nice also, but I realize it can hot be equipped with all the luxuries people like. I don't know what I, would do in the winter oh wash day if there were riot nice places like this to dry your clothes. Owner's Remark Thank you for your very fine comment, we are sure glad that you like bur place. As to the music, when all the machines ore running you could not hear it, unless you would turn it up real loud. Then our neighbors would not like it, and we have some very fine folks living around us. We only hope that you will not miss the music too much. Candidates Republicans, Democrats, & Prohibitionists. You are welcome to place your matches and cards on our tables. -• Your Judgment Day will soon be tiere. The Voters will be Your Jury. You must stand up and be counted. Voters It is your duty to go to the polls on Tuesday, November 8, 1960 and vote.'Vote for the candidate that you think will be the best person for that : Office. VOTE, BE SURE TO VOTC SUN BRIH LAUNDRY B41 WEST BROADWAY lOGANSKMtT, INDIANA attended.as maid of honor anc bridesmaids were Mrs. Carole Moss, a sister-in-law of the bride, of Twelve Mile, and Mrs. Roxanna Milo, of Winamac. The attendants wore identical dresses of rayon cotton brocade in willow green styled with a rounded neckline, short sleeves and a full skirt accented ' with matching satin detail at the waistline. They wore white accessories and pearl jewelry and carried crescent arrangements of autumn colored- pompons. Miss (Jinda Lou Moss, a cousin of the bride, was flower girl and wore a white taffeta dress a'c- cented with a cummerbund with a large bow sash in the back. She wore-a headband of'autumn colored pompons, and carried a basket of rose petals. Daniel Guckien, of 724 Spencer street, city, .was best man and ushers were Gene Moss and Dick Moss, both of Twelve Mile, brothers of the bride. Kurt Neville, a nephew oj the bridegroom, was ring bearer; The mother of the bride selected an acetate multi-blue colored dress with a large sheltering neckline and short sleeves, while the bridegroom's mother chose a gray wool flannel sheath dress with-a matching jacket. Both wore a corsage or white pompons and black accessories. .A .reception for nearly 250 guests was held at the Eagle's at 1 o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs. Mary Petrie, Mrs. Margaret Campbell, Mrs. Mary Shidlery Mrs. Delores Pugh, Miss Marjorie .Green and Miss Barbara Shaw. Guest registrar was Miss Dorothy^ Klein. • The bride's table was covered with a white floor-length skirt with an overskirt caught with green bows and; centered with .a Eouf tier wedding cake, the bottom tier being four heart shaped cakes, and _toppecj with a miniature bridal couple. The cake was surrounded with greenery in which a Swiss music box played the Wedding March while the couple cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of the Metea high school and employed with the Shaw's Air Conditioning and Refrigeration company. The bridegroom is a graduate of the local high school and the Embry- Riddle Flight school of Miami. Fla., and is employed with Pnce Electric company. For- traveling; to the .Western states, the bride wore a purple flannel dress with black accessories and a corsage from the bridal bouquet. The, couple will reside at 509 Eighth street, city. Kevvannq Couple To Hold Qpen House On Golden Anniversary Mr. -and Mrs.^J. E, Gottschalk will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon, October 30, with an open house From 2 until 4 o'clock at -their Nome on South Smith street in Kewanna. All friends are invited to attend. A family dinner will .be held at noon at their daughter and son- in-law,'s home, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis, The' couple was united in marriage' on October 29, 1885, by the late Rev. E. A. Gift in Rochester. They have four living children: John Gottsehaik, of 3805, High streej^; Mrs. Elnora Lind, o{ 1522 George street; Mrs. Vachael Walter and Mrs. Davis, of Kewanna. A son, James William, died in 1912. There are 17 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS 75 Attend NCCW Deonery Meeting Held At Mpnticello Logansport Deanery members of the National Council of Catholic Women met in Monti cello recently at Our Lady of the Lakes church with 75 women ; attending, representing 17 parishes in the deanery. Represented were St. Joseph's, St. Vincent's and St. Bridget's churches in Logansport;. and Peru, Monticelto, Reynolds, Monterey, Francesville, Rochester, Kokomo, Delphi, Winamac, PulaSlo, Re- wanna, Medaryville 'and Lucerne churches. '.••'•' : Mrs. Florence Tobias, president of the Rosary society of the hostess church, extended the welcome. The meeting opened with benediction at the church with the celebrant being Reverend Father Joseph Grace of St. Henry's .church, Medaryville, who is Moderator for thi Logansport Deanery. Mrs. Thomas Pasquale, of Logansport, deanery president, opened the . meeting.. Secretary and treasurer reports' were given by Mrs. Walter Denier, secretary of the deanery after which Mrs. Pasquale gave a talk on St. Martin's Clinic at the Vatican, a part of the Madonna Plan, a project that aids poverty-stricken mothers of the world. There are 24 such clinics all' over the world which are operated by nuns and volunteer workers. The 'Logansport Deanery is assisting, in this world-wide project. Clothing for the Pope's Warehouse at the Vatican is also needed, it was announced, and it was also noted that'several parishes in the Deanery now have sewing circles preparing garments • for the spring meeting when these items will be collected. Mrs. Malcolm Day of Pulaski was the guest speaker and gave a talk on "Citizenship," expressing the need for women to take a more active part in politics and to keep posted on all forms of legislation, especially on educa- tino. Father Grace also gave a talk on the same topic after which Mrs. Tobias and her committee entertained at a tea with decorations in: keeping with the fall season. Assisting her were. Mrs. Helen Boltpn, Jean Clinkhammer, Mrs. Mary. Lou Greenan, and Mrs. Virginia Ricketls. USE WHOLE TEXT MOSCOW (AP) — The Soviet Foreign Literature Publishing House has 'put out a pamphlet with the full text of Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro's 4 I /i-hour speech to the U.N.. General As-1 sembly Sept. 26. Married In Winamac Rites iff . . *..^~. £ , * 1. . Pattern MARRIAGE LICENSE Application for a. marriage license was filed with county Clerk Elizabeth Bieker by,James Patrick Crook', 22', of 531 Burlington Ave., and Norma Jean Conn, 20, of 307 West Ottawa St. Tops Everything SEW-EASY! See the diagram —even a beginner can whip up [his smart, classic topper in jiffy time. Note casual lines, graceful shawl collar, turnback cuffs. Choose wool, faille. . Printed Pattern 9144: Misses' Sizes '12, 14, IS, 18, 20; 40, 41. Size 16 takes 2% yank, 54-inch. Send tlttV CENTS (coins) for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, .Logansport Press, MS Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER., New! Send now' for our 19*0 Fall and Winter Pattern Catalog —every page in exciting color! Over 100 styles for-all sizes, all occasions plus school... 35c William Wagner Photo MR. AND MRS. LARRY DUANE OLSON are residing at 621'/, - South Monticello street, Winamac, following their marriage Sunday afternoon, October 16,- at the Winamac Methodist church with Reverend C. D. Barringer reading the double ring rites. The bride, the former Miss Betty Louise DePoy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John DePoy, of Star City, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson, rural route 3, Winamac. The 2 o'clock rites were read before an altar banked with two baskets of white pompons arid twin ten-branched candelabra. Mrs. Darl Knebel, organist, accompanied Don Grostefon. Large white satin bows marked the family pews. Miss Jo Ann DePoy, city, sister of the bride, attended as maid of honor with Mrs. Darl Harper, sister of the bride, and Mrs. John Foerg as bridesmaids. Miss Penny Scheffer was flower girl. Allen Olson served his cousin as best man with Robert Krohn, cousin of the groom, and John. Zellers as groomsmen. Mark DePoy, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. Richard DePoy, brother of the bride, and Devon Field, brother-in-law of the groom, were ushers. Mrs.: Devon Field, sister of the groom, was the guest registrar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was escorted to the altar in a floor-length gown of imported Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over taffeta with a low scalloped neckline re-embroidered with iridescent sequins and long tapering sleeves. Two tiers of nylon tulle over taffeta formed the full skirt, featuring a scalloped lace apron extending down the side and tapering to the back the full length of the gown. The shoulder-length nylon tulle veil was secured to a seed pearl crown. She carried a crescent arrangement of red roses and white stephanotis. The maid of honor was attired in a street-length dress of shrimp lace over satin of the same color, styled with a shrimp tulle overskirt. Her white velvet headband and bow held a shrimp tulle veil. She carried a crescent arrangement of shrimp colored carnations banked with white carnations. The bridesmaids wore identical dresses. ' The flower girl wore a floor- length dress of blue lace over taffeta and her blue velvet headband and bow secured a veil of blue tulle. She carried a flower basket filled with red rose petals. The ringbearer carried a pillow of'white satin edged with white lace and topped with lily of the valley and blue ribbons and streamers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. DePoy selected a rose beige dress with rust accessories and corsage of orchid -asters. Mrs. Olson chose a blue lace dress accented with black accessories and a corsage like that of the bride's mother. .The couple greeted 150 guests at a reception following the ceremony in the Fellowship Hall of the church. A four tier wedding cake, centering the bridal table, was decorated in blue-edged bells, blue rosebuds, blue swans and white gold wedding rings, and topped with a miniature bridal couple. Hostesses serving the cake and punch were:. Mrs. Devon Field, Mrs. Richard DePoy, Mrs. Charles Sadd and Miss Saybra Handschu. Wearing a royal blue knit dress with gold accessories and a red rose corsage, the bride departed with her husband on a wedding trip. the bride attended Star City high school and is employed at the T and K Truck Stop. Her husband is a 1958 graduate of the Winamac high school and is employed by Value Products Incorporated at Knox. Jeanetle'. Meinzer, YWCA executive director, announces the fol : lowing schedule of activity and program for the coming week at the YWCA, 127 Broadway- Monday, October 24 — Craft class, clubroom, 9:30 a.m.; Woman's Progressive club, dining room, 2 p.m.; Seventh grade Riley Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge club, 1 parlors, 7:30 p.m.; and Conversational French class, clubroom, 7:30 p.m.; Nin^h/grade Y-Teens, annex, 7 p.m. Tuesday, October 25. — Ladies Day Out coffee, hour, 9 to 9:30 a.m.; Noble township seventh and eighth grade Y-Teens, school, 10 a.m.; knitting class, second parlor; painting and sketching class, dining room; slimnastics, annex; and beginner bridge class, parlors; all at 9:30 a.m.; Supervised Bridge club, parlors, 1:30 p.m.; Seventh grade Lincoln Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Delta Chi Sigma, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 7:30 p.m. ' Wednesday, October 26 — Bowling class, 9:30 a.m.; Pre-school ballet class, annex, 9:30 a.m.; Seventh Fail-view Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; BPW, annex, 6:30 p.m.; Beginner Bridge, parlors, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 27 — Swimming class, high school pool, 6:45 p.m.; Woman's Duplicate Bridge club, parlors, 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 28 — Who's New, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 1:30 p.m.; first advanced ballet class, annex, 3:45 p.m.; second advanced ballet class, annex, 5 p.m.; Owl's .club, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 6:30 p.m.; and Saddle club, annex, 7J p.m. Saturday, October 29 — Begin ner's ballet class, annex, 11:15 a.m.; seventh and eighth grad' canteen, annex, 3 to 4:30 p.m., eighth and ninth grade junior high canteen, annex, 7 to 9 p.m. Announcements MONDAY The Woman's Progressive club will meet Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the YWCA dining room with Edna Grove, Blanche Skinner and Elsie Kesling as hostesses. Roll call will be answered with a Bible verse. * * * Fulton OES, No. 376, will meet at the Masonic hall at Fulton Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The committee in charge includes: Margaret Donetta, and Juanita Rentsehler, Marva Tarn, Elsie Graham, Elaine Becker, Arvella Sutton, Nina Krisher, and Georgia Easterday. Alpha Xi chapter of Psi Iota sorority will meet Monday evening at 7 o'clock .at the fi"en Hur at which time inspection will be conducted by Mrs. Rose Simmons Beatty, National Symphony chairman, of Frankfort. * * * Tri Kappa sorority will present a program on interior decorating at the social 'meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Captain Logan hotel. * * * Sigma Phi Gamma sorority will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs: John T. Cotner, 1522 East Broadway. * * * Mrs. Marie Timmons, 1410 High street, will entertain the White Rose club Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. * * • * L.S. to B. of L.F. and E. will meet Monday evening.at 7:30 o'clock at the IOOF hall for a business and social session. * * * TUESDAY ' The Columbia PTA Executive board will meet Tuesday '• after- YWCA Calendar Anniversary October 30th Pohlman's Studio GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rozzi will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon, Octo- Joseph, of 1221 Spear street; Mrs. Mary Graf, of route 4; Mrs. Virginia Buttice, of 1516 George street; and Mrs. Theresa Huff, of 1910 Spear street, all of city: and ber 30, with an open house at! Mrs. Florence Gibson, of South (heir home 1525 Erie avenue, city, from 2 to 4 o'clock. No formal invitations are being sent, but all Bend; Airs. Ann Ruther, of Momence, 111. A son. Charles, is deceased. There are 35 grand- 'riends and relatives are invited! children and seven great-grand- to attend. i children. Their marriage vows will be; renewed at the 10:30 o'clock Mass!r oun |p LJ... J /-\ at St. Vincent de Paul's church.! ".T^P 1 ^ n °n°red Un of which both are members, with!-Otn Anniversary the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John P. Schall; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crisman presiding. The couple was mar- '• were honored recently on their ried at St. Vincent de Paul's 125th wedding anniversary at a church on October 29, 1910, with j party at the home of Mr. and the late Rev. P. J. Crossin of-j Mrs. Larry Pownell, rural route ficiating. He is a member of the j 4, city. Holy Name society and she is a! Those present were: Mr. and member of the Rosary society. | Mrs. James Crisman, Hammond; Anthony Rozzi, a retired rail-1 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis, Mr. road employee, was born March j and Mrs. Fred M-cCullough, Mr. 13, 1882, in Castrovala, Italy, son ] and Mrs. Morris Oppenheimer, noon at 1:30 o'clock at the school The Daughters of Isabella wil hold a Halloween Masqueradi party Tuesday evening at 8 o' clock at the K. of C. hall. Helen Pfaff's circle will preside. Prizes for the best-dressed will be award ed. • . . * * * The Frances E. Willard class of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will hold a regular meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Doloris Smith, 1437 Meadlawn avenue. * * * Washington townshjip • 49er's HD club will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ruth Small. Members are asked to bring items for the bake sale. * * * WEDNESDAY Holy Rosary study club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Flora Mordenti. * * * The What Next Class of the West Broadway Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Julia Groninger, 823 East Market street. Mrs. Sadie McCall will be assistant hostess. * # * . THURSDAY Washington township Cass county HD club will meet at the home of Mrs. Derena Spitznogle, rural route 3, Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at which time past presidents will be honored. Members are asked to note the change ol meeting place. STATE VISIT BONN (AP) — President Mohammed Ayub Khan of Pakistan will pay a state visit to West Ger many Jan. 16-18. He will stay on until Jan. 23 informally as a guest of the government." SUB PATROL BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP)—U-.S. 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