Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 30, 1960 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 30, 1960
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHABOS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 38, MM. OCIAL" HIGHLIGHTS' Miss Ann Roub-And Donald Snyder To We'd December 28 'Mr. and Mrs M J. Raub, of rural loule 4, cily, announce the fortncorrung marriage of. 'their daughter, Ann, io Donald 'E Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald -M. Snyder, 'of 1530 North street, city. 'Miss Raub. is a sraJuate of Sullms 'Coll&ge, Bristol, Virginia, znd her fiance is a graduate of Purdue University. The coup'e will be married December 28 ai the Calvary Presby- teuan church _ ErMe. In Fulton Ceremony In Rites In Germany . WED IN , CALIFORNIA-Miss Zelda Arlene McKinstry pledgee her nuptial .troth . to • Frederick Leon Bruner during a 5 o'clock ceremony Sunday afternoon, October 23, at the Chapel of Roses, of Pasadena, Calif., with the Reverend Joseph Stephens, of the Glendale Presbyterian church, of Glendale, Calif., officiating The bride is the daughter of Mr. axl Mrs. John Irwin McKinstry, of South San Gabriel, Calif., and the bridegroom is the .son of Mrs. Jennie L. Bruner, of 200 -East Miami avenue, city. The double ring nuptials were brocade fashioned with a scooped neckline and long tapered sleeves coming to bndal points over the hands A pearl and crystal crown secured a waist-lengtn three-tier veil of' white silk illusion/.The bride earned a bouquet of "a white orchid, white roses and stephanotis.^ The bridal attendants appeared in identical short-length formals 61 a pale two-tone blue satin brocade The maid of honor carried an arrangement of pink and white carnations while the bridemaids bouquets were of pink carnations.-; The bride's mother selected • Announcements , TUESDAY ; Lincoln-Circle No 1, Ladies of the GAR, will meet at Memorial home Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with a' good attendance desired as the inspector will be present and memorial seivices will--be held: * i* *> *• ( Fidelity Chapter 58, OES, will hold a stated meeting^ Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at" the,Ma- somc Temple. Members are asked to bring articles for the rummage sale. ... <L |V Ninth Division of the -Indiana Licensed Practical Nurses' will meet Tuesday evening ' at 7.30 o'clock at St. Joseph's hospital. Jefferson township HD club No. 1' will .meet with Mrs. -Thomas -Young Tuesday afternoon .at 1:30 o'clock. , Roll call response will be a Thanksgiving po.em. a white flower basket of white and Local Tri Kappas Attend Workshop Held At Rochester Four local women 'repiesenting tlie active and associate chapters of Tri Kappa sorority attended the annual Presidents' workshop of Province 7 this week at the Melodist -' rch 'at Rochester Representing the active chapter,, were- Mrs. E ,Y. Denham, president, and Mrs O.'H. Grote-' lueschen, treasurer, and from the associate chapter were Mrs. James , Rowan,' president, and Mrs. Milton Bishop, corresponding secretary. ' ' The province officer, Mrs. Jack 1C Overmyer, of Rochester, conducted the workshop preceded by a smorgasbord luncheon Highlighting the agenda was the presentation to representatives from each active and associate chapter in the province of coun cil suggestions for constitutions, changes and by-laws revisions which.are to be "presented'tb each chapter in the stale The group also discussed the redistribution of the per capita tax A repor; was_ given on the Hilda Bowen nursing scholarship activities in the province It was announced that new chapters are to be formed at Tell City, Rockport and Walkerton read before an altar banked with rose satin brocade jacket dres arrangements of flowers, candelabra and palms. Satin bows marked the pews. Frances Chatem, organist, played traditional airs and accompanied James C. Witt when he sang "I Love Thee" -and "How I Love Thee." Miss Carol Lee Deyling was maid of honor and Miss Janice Carole.Cook was bridesmaid, both from' -San Gabriel, Calif. , William Hinson, of- Dow ney, Calif., served as best' man and ushers were Annond -J. Irwin, of San Jose, Calif., and Alonzo Lewis Houk, of Downey, Calif.- '. The 'bride, given in marriage by her farther, was lovely in a short-length formal of white satin i accented .with a pink feather .ha Immediately following the cer mony a reception was held- o the lounge and patio of the Chap, of Roses for approximately 1( guests. The bride's table was.cen tered with a four tier .weddin cake topped with'"a- bridal coupl The bride is a graduate of th Mark Keppel high school-, of-AI hambra, Calif..-and is~a membe of the Chilao Tri Hi-Y. The bridegroom attended the local hig] school .and is serving with' tb U.S. Navy aboard the heav cruiser U.S.S. Los Angeles, sta" tioned- at Long Beach,: Calif. ' The couple:wjll reside at 3337 'forth-Bartlett. avenue, San Ga briel, Calif.. HOIIDAY APPAREL AND TOYS FOR GIRLS AMD BOYS Arriving Daily Use Our Convenient layaway For Best Selection' - MARY'S CHILDREN SHOP 426 East Market p hone ^ CHILI SUPPER and CARNIVAL NOVEMBER 3 ; 5 to 8 p. m. Central Time RflEY AUDITORIUM SPONSORED BY .FRANKLIN P.T. A. Greeting Cards and; Folders Made from your own snapshot, ick ' Jrilm 524 E. Broadway Service , Phone «44 Columbia PTA will hold a carry-in supper Tuesday evening at -6 .o'clock at the school and room visitatio nat 7:30 o'clock- while the'children are entertained' in the-gym. * * * The Social club of the LS to B of L.F. and E. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Chester McMillen, rural route 1, with Mrs. Charles Ferguson assisting w * * The Logansport Garden club will meet - Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Arthur Feidner, near Kewanna. Mrs. .Fred Baker and Mrs. Otto Hetzner will assist. For transportation members, are asked to call "958 or 20857. * * » i Delta ^Chi Sigma will hold a msiness meeting Juesday evening at.8 o'clock at the YWCA second loor club'room," —Harrington Studio MRS. JAY,- ALLEN SHAFER was Miss Paulletta Emery preceding the couple's marriage during.-a double ring service Sunday afternoon, October 23, at'the Fulton Evangelical United Brethren church! The""2 o'clock rites united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emery, of route 1, Twelve Mile, and the son 'ofyMr. and Mrs. Allen Shafer, of route 5, city Reverend"Arthur S Truex officiated at the impressive ceremony before an altar flanked with palms," twin seven-branched candelabra and baskets of white gladioli White satin bows marked the pews; Mrs. Raymond Zartman, 0: Rochester,'was organist and ac companied Mrs.. Doyne Emery, .0 Macy, soloist,"~ a cousin of the bride;- when she sang "Because; "0, Wonderful One," and "The. Lord's Prayer."' Miss Jane Price, of route 1, Twelve Mile, was maid of honor and bridesmaid- were Miss Nancy McDaniel, of Shelburn, Ind., and Mrs. Carole' Thomson, of route 5, city. , guest registrar. The bride's table was covered with a white net over white satin cloth accented with purple satin Jerry Lambert, of Twelve Mile, bows and crystal candelabra, and was best man and Tom Helms, centered with a four tier wedding of route 5, city, and Edward Mun- ca i; ei the basei'bemg six heart WEDNESDAY The. AAUW -will meet. Wednes : day evening at 7:4f o'clock at the lome of Norma Lowry, 2541 Broadway. Miss Elizabeth Blizard vill be guest speaker. * * * The Thilathea B class of the Japtist Temple will meet 'with Mrsr M., L. Robinson, 1820 North street, Wednesday evening at 7:30 I'clock. The man-made brontosaur in )inosaur Park, near Rapid City, S D., is visible for 10 miles. The.-bridal attendants appeared in identical dresses of purple satin fashioned with short. sleeves, a semi-scalloped neckline and a princess ' waistline. They wore matching headpieces of purple satin trimmed with seed pearls and net 'and-carried- cascade arrangements- of : white daisies, pompons and ivy. Their pearl jewelry was a gift, of the bride. son, city, were groomsmen Ushers were Robert Emery,- of route 1, Twelve Mile,"a.brother of the bride, and Dean Kistler, city. Given in mainage by her father, the bride was lovely in a floor-length gown of hand-clipped rose point lace and nylon tulle over nylon net and'taffeta fashioned with a scalloped. Sabrina neckline studded with pearls and iridescent sequins and long tapered sleeves ending in'bndal points over the hands.'The fitted bodice and bouffant skirt'were accented with lace panels -and appliques of lace flower motifs. « A matching lace .embroidered Queen's crown accented with pearls secured the finger-tip length veil of pure silk English illusion. The bride carried a while Bible, a gift of the groom, topped with.a cascade arrangement of white stephanotis centered with a purple orchid and vangated ivy. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs Emery chose a smoke blue nylon lace dress with matching accessories accented ,-with a_- corsage of light pink cymbidium" orchids. The bridegroom's mother selected a bone brocaded .jacket dress with matching accessories and wore a corsage of shaded irown and green cymbidium orchids. A reception for 200 guests was leld immediately following the shaped cakejs, and topped with a miniature bndal couple. Purple punch, nuts and mints were served. For traveling the bride selected a green suit with black accessories and wore a corsage from the bndal bouquet Following a short wedding trip through the Southern states, the couple will reside in Twelve Mile The bnde is a graduate of the Metea high school, attended Indiana State Teachers college and is employed with the Logansport Nabonal Bank. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Twelve Mile high school, attended Purdue university and is employed with the Engineering Construction company, city. N The bridegroom's parents entertained at a rehearsal jarty Sat-' urday evening preceding the ceremony. PERSONAL Mr and Mrs Forrest Plank, of Bartlettsville, Okla., and 'Mrs Zella Troyer, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, former local residents, visited friends and xela- -tives in Logansport Friday and attended the Purdue Homecoming Saturday. PFC RICHARD L DORAN AND BRIDE, the former Ingrid G Morgan, are shown following their marriage in a double^ nng ceiemony Saturday morning, October 8, at the Evenghsch church in Zirndorf, Germany, with Reverend Fntz Kolb officiating , The 10:30 o'clock riles united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs". Max Morgen, of Seidlerstra-sse 3, Zirndorf, Germany, and the -son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles•£..: Doran, of New Waverly, Ind. Tne bnde is a 1959'graduate of the Zirndorf School and is em-. plo}'ed by the Ziffimerman company there. Her husband is a 1958 graduate of the New Waverly high school and was employed by the Cnpe Elevator and Lumber company before enlisting in the U. 5 Army in 'December, 1958, , ' The couple will reside in. Germany .for another year before returning to the United States. NORCROSi Personalized -Put \that personal I TOUCHIN Imprinted- witti your, name HIATTS NEXT TO LOGAN THEATftE Miss, Julie-Kay Emery, a niece I ceremony, in the church, parlors: of the bride, was flower girl, wearing a purple satin-dress, identical to the"bridal.attendants^ in polor, fashioned with a gathered skirt accented with a large b_ow sash. She wore a half halo of white daisy pompons and carried Assisting Mrs .Nora Conn with serving were Mrs. Robert Emery a sister-in-law of the bride,',Miss Le Ann Shafer, a cousin of the •bridegroom, Miss Sharon • P.etrie and Mrs, Gene Moss. 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