Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 23, 1960 · Page 39
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 39

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 23, 1960
Page 39
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23,1960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LQGANSPORT, INDIANA Betrothed To-David :.OIson (Harrington Studio) BETROTHED—Announcement has been made of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Julie Hittenhouse, 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 AKB. Showley ^Green .Vows Read In Candlelight Ceremony Candlelight double ring rites were read Saturday evening,' October 15, when Miss Patricia Showley pledged her nuptial troth to James W. Green at the Prairie Grove EUB church. The Reverends Lloyd Overmyer End George Bosard officiated at the ceremony, read before an altar banked with rust-colored mums, palms and lighted tapers in branched candelabra. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Showley,, of Kewanna, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Green, • of Rochester. Mrs. Barbara Eikenberry, of Denver, Indiana, attended matron of honor, and best man was Richard Green; brother of the groom 1 ! Ushers were 'Jerry Heckathorn and Stanley Eikenberry. •<•'••''. Given in marriage by her; father, the bride was attired in a full-length gown-of Chantilly.; lace and tulle over taffeta, featuring IDR.O.L Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office: 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays I Fridays 9 to 4 long tapering sle'eves and a bouffant skirt appliqued with PAGE FIFTEEN SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Million^Blackburn Nuptials Read In Double Ring Rites Miss Lucille; Million and Reverend Dallas W. Blackburn exchanged nuptial vows Saturday evening, October 15, in a double ring ceremony at the Oak-Grove Christian church with the Reverend George Neil officiating/ The bride is the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Clayton Million, rural route 1, Delphi, and the' 1 -'groom is the son of Harry 0. Blackburn of .Coffeen, Illinois. ,_ - ••, Palms, white gladioli and 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 bride 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 train forming a bustle in the back. Her, finger-tip veil of silk illusion was" secured to an Alencon lace cap adorned with sequins and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of carnations and pink 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 laeelbodice, A short veil was attached to a velvet bandeau. She carried carnations. a bouquet of blue The flower girls, nieces of the, bridal couple,-."Barbara Million and Nancy Blackburn, wore identical gowns ;pf : ,light blue^ nylon and- carried baskets of flower petals/. ' Wildon Blackburn, Coffeen, Illinois, a'brother of the. bridegroom, served as best man with Douglas Million, Robert 'Mills, Ronny Blackburn and Patrick Million as ushers. ' A reception was held in the social roonts of the church'im- mediately following the wedding. The bridal table was centered with a four tier cake decorated with rosebuds /and doves and topped with" a—miniature bridal couple. The hostesses, : Mrs. .Douglas Million, Mrs. Frank C Wright, Mrs. Joe Loy and Mrs. Patrick Million served • cake, punch, and blue and white mints. The bride was graduated from Adams Township high school and Purdue University where she majored in •home economics. She taught at Idaville before . going to Rensselaer where she has 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, Indiana, arid is serving as visitor of the Jasper county Welfare departments ;;• ; Following a wedding trip-to Green Lake, Wisconsin, they will reside at ; Parr. BH OFFICERS' WIVES CALENDAR; OF •EVENTS S The following calendar of activities has been announced'for the Officer's Wives club at the Bunker Hill'Air Force Base: • Tuesday, October 25—Bowling, .9 a.m. lace which was embroidered with! Wednesday, October 2ft—Welcome Coffee, 9:30 a.m., Officers' club. iridescent sequins. . A crown of pearls secured her shoulder-length veil of ( silk illusion, 'and she carried a white Bible, topped with white roses. 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. v ' .. The mother of the bride chose a green wool dress with matching accessories while the.groom's mother .selected, a sheath dress of beige silk with brown acces- sessories.- Both wore corsages of rust mums. . . A (reception was held at the church following the ceiemony with 125 guests attending Hostesses were Mrs Carolyn Barts, Mrs Joe Haskms, Miss Karen Metzger and Miss Janice Gre,en. Residence has been established at Clovis, New MexicOj where the groom is stationed with the US. Air Force Both the bride and groom are graduates of ^ the Rochester high school She is also a graduate of the Indiana Business College at Fort Wayne; Thursday, October 28—J365th Bomber Squadron Punch Party, 1:30 p.m.., -Officers' club; 319th Fighter Interceptor Squadron Coffee, 1:30.p.m.' • : '' . Saturday^ October 29-7-Hollaweeh Ball and floor show, Officers' club. Events for the Non-Commissioned Officers' Wives club have been planned as follows: t- Tuesday, October 25—Bowling at Hillcrest in 'evening. Thursday, October 27-rSbcial at 1 p.m., a white elephant sale and apron contest. . '"-••-,.'.. •'. . Saturday, October 29-NCO Club Halloween Costume Ball. • ANN LANDERS Mom's Take of Boy's Pay Gives Him 'Broke' Name Read the Want Ads!' union 5 >OB £ MARKETST. -* EXTRA SPECIAL Ladies Reg-2.99 Fait Cotton Dresses and Dusters ONLY 71 DRESSES - ONLY 4t DUSTERS NOW ONLY Big selection of styles and colors for the faN season. Sanforized. — S i i e s 72-20; 14% to 24'A. COME AND GET 'EM! ON SA1E STREET FLOOR Reg Special Purchase! .98c Value! 16 Rib CORDUROY MACHINE WASHABIE 36" end 42" wid. - .New" autumn solid cofors. For skirls,. jumper! .shirts/' robes, kiddies vredr, '. bed , spreads, «tc. : . . Save 32c on a yard : AT 'CLINTON'S" Dear Ann: I am a sixteen yea: old high school junior who needs some advice from an expert. I worked all summer, hoping fo save enough money to bu; some clothes, and maybe take ou a girl'once in awhile. Well, 'my mother took my whole pay check and gave me back just enough f01'^carfare' and lunch. When i tell, you I didn't have one extra penny in my pocket I am not ex aggeratmg Also, she wpuldn' give me any money to take a girl to a movie all summer. She j 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 job so I'll have an excuse to be broke. The girls say there must be something wrong wittr-a guy who can't even buy a Coke. How aboul this?—BROKE Dear Broke: I hate to tell a fellow his mother is being unfair ; but I must in this case.-Even if your mother,is desperately hard up, she should allow you to keep a small amount of-your earnings^ If, for example, you arel: making $20 a week,: you, should be able to keep $5 to spend as you wish. Please show her this column, and I 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 lovely 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 arid I can't figure it out. Please, tell me what I 'can do? Would it help if I told him I won't go to church any more unless he goes-with me?—MAGGIE Dear Maggie: You made a promiser-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 4hat the spark can be rekindled. • ; .V . -.:.,.. 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 necked. ' 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 yBu stay out "of parked cars, it will help. This is the favorite place for mushing it up. My booklet, "Necking and Petting and How Far to Go", goes into d< tail about such boy-girl hazards It may help you. (Remembe though', it costs 20c • and yo must enclose a stamped, sel addressed envelope.) .* * * TO DUMBEST WOMAN WB EVER WAS: You aren't dumb you're just uninformed, like mil ions of others. See a doctor an ask him to explain these things t you. . * * * MAD AS A WET HEN: Dry of and send me your name and ac dress on a stamped envelope. Fv tielped thousands of peopl through the mail and I can hel you, too. It isn't possible to prin ALL the letters in the paper. Wed In Rockf ield Ceremony To learn the knack of feeling comfortable'" with the opposite sex, send (or ANN LANDERS booklet, "How To Be Date Bait,' enclosing with your request 20c n coin and a long, self-addressed stamped' envelope. Ann Landers will be gtad to iclp you with yam problems. Seni hem to ber in care of this news paper enclosing a stamped, self addressed envelope. Copyright, 1960, Field Enterprises, Inc. Only male -lions h»ve a mane it begins to" grow-when the ani mal is about three years old. THE CARRIAGE BARN ai7.nrii.st. PtmwMti ;.-, Hour* 9 to 3 daily, «c»pt Sot., 9 to 1? WALLPAPBR LAMPS GIFTS DRAPERY Porr**t J. Rood, Interior* UPHOLSTERY CARPETS ACCISSORIES AIRMAN SECOND CLAS NELSON B. SHARP AND BRIDE the former Joyce Irene Gregg are residing at Rockfield follow big their'marriage Sunday after noon, October 16, at the Rockfiel Christian church with the Rev erend Cecil Atkinson officiating a the 2 o'clock rites. Warren Sanders, minister o the Rocfcfield church, gave the prayer of blessing. The double ring ceremony unit ed the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Paul A. Gregg, of Rockfield, and the son of Mrs. Mary Sharp of rural route 2, Rockfield. Carnations and candelabra pro vided. a setting for the ceremonj for which Mrs. Berniece Mullen dore was organist and accompan ist for which Mrs. Phyllis Sanders who sang "Till the End of Time,' ''Wedding Prayer" and "God Jave Me You." Miss Judith Brothers, of Rock field, attended as maid of honor and bridesmaids were the Misse. I Sanderson, of Camden, -am Mary Lou Bickel, cousin of thi Dride, of Fort Wayne. The Misses Bonnie and Kay Martin, of Rock field, were ring- bearer anc flower girl, respectively. Darrell Chapman, rural route 2, Flora, served the groom as man, and ushers were Jerry Popejoy, of Kokomo, Gaylord Haar, -and Kenneth Flora, cousin of the groom, both of rural rouk 2, Flora. Danny Martin, of-Rock •ield, and Jack Bickel, of Fort Wayne, cousins of the. bride were candlelighters. r Given in marriage by her ather, the bride appeared in a r loor-length gown of nylon chif- 'on over taffeta designed with i fitted bodice,' long tapering sleeves and a rounded neckline trimmed with floral-designed ' ap- jliques which were repeated in he bouffant skirt. Her finger-tip veil of silk illusion was securet o a crown of orange blossoms and she carried' a bouquet o wh'ite rosebuds. Princess v style gowns in fal colors were worn by the brida attendants. Designed with scoop necklines, empire waistlines am full skirts, the gowns were accented with matching gold lea) headpieces;. The maid of honor wore orange, and bridesmaids, chartreuse, and the flower gir] and ring bearer, rust brown. They Set Carnival Candidates At Kewanna Candidates for the king' and queen, prince and princess contest at Kewanna^high school were announced this week. Winners will reign over the annual Halloween carnival next week. The candidates are as follows: Seventh grade prince — Tom Troutman and John Seidel; Seventh grade princess — Colleen Koebeke and Susan- Donathan; 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 ffizer;- Senior king—Paul Grube; Senior queen—Cheryl Wqrl. -The first grading period of :he. fall. semester ends Friday." Report cards will be distributed this 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 (•olumes, is at Magdalene College, Cambridge, England, . .... J carried bouquets of pompons in fall colors. The mother of the bride chos a moss green crepe jacket .dress with brown and beige accessories and a corsage of yellow fug mums while the groom's mother selected a plum colored woo dress with plum and black ac cessories and. a corsage of pink mums. •' . • A reception was held in the church basement for 100 • guests following the ceremony with a fall motif prevailing in the decorations. The four tiered wedding cake featured a base of , four hearts and a miniature brida couple on top. Hostesses were the. Misses JoAnna Sharp, sis-* ter of the groom, Phyllis Musal and Peggy Christy, both of Rockfield. Orange punch and fal colored mints were served with the cake. The bride is a 1960 graduate o the Camden'high school and is employed .by the Golden Rule -hi this city. Her husband is 1958 graduate of the Camden high school and is serving with the U.S. Air Force, stationed a 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 anc a corsage of white roses from her bridal bouquet. Needlecraft 972 Jiffy Toe-Cuddlers Say "Merry Christmas" warm- y with gay, jiffy-knit slippers that [eep toes cozy all winter! CANDY CANE strip».s add charm to stray-put slipper socks. A flat piece done on 2 needles, )lus cuff. Pattern 972; directions children's sizes 4 to 12 included. Send - Thirty-Bye Cents (coins) or this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for ist-class mailing. Send to Logansport Press, 333 Needlecraft Dept, P.O. Box 169, Old Chelsea Station, New York , N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. JUST OFF THE PRESS! Send low for our exciting, new 1961 Needlecraft Catalog. 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