Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 30, 1960 · Page 38
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 38

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 30, 1960
Page 38
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER », OK. WED IN CALIFORNIA—Miss brocade fashioned with* a .scooped Zelda Arlene McKinstry "pledged 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. and 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 read before an altar banked with arrangements of flowers, candelabra arid palms. Satin bowsTnark- - ed the pews.' , Frances Chatem, organist, played traditional airs and accompanied James C. Witt, when he sang "I Love Thee" and "How I Love Thee.: 1 Carol Lee Deyling was maid of honor and, Miss Janice Carole Cook was bridesmaid, both from San Gabriel, Calif. . William Kinson, of D o w ney, Calif., served as best man and ushers were Armond J. Irwin, of- San Jose, Calif., and Alonzo Lewis Houk, of Downey; Calif. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a " —' ••—* *y-*.7 *n a. -nuiiii .pan short-length formal of white satin brie], Calif. neckline and tongs tapered sleeves coming to" bridal points over the hands. A pearl and crystal crown secured a waist-length three-tier veil of white silk illusion, The bride carried a bouquet of a white orchid, white roses and stephanotis. The bridal attendants appeared in. identical short-length formals of 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 rose satin brocade jacket dres accented with a pink feather ha Immediately following the cen mony a reception was held o the lounge and patio of the Chape of Roses for approximately 1( guests. The bride's table was cen tered with a four'tier weddin cake topped with a bridal couplt The bride is a graduate of th Mark Keppel high school, of A hambra, Calif., and is a membe of the Chilao Tri Hi-Y. The bride groom attended the local hig school and is serving with .th U.S.. Navy, aboard the heav cruiser TJ.S.'S. Los Angeles, sta tioned.at Long Beach, Calif. The couple will reside at 333 North Bartlett avenue, San Ga Miss Ann Raub Anc Donald Snyder To Wed December 28 Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Raub, o •ural route 4, city, announce th< 'orthcoming marriage of tliei: daughter, Ann, to Donald E." Sny der, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Donak \I. Snyder, of 1530 North street city- Miss Raub..-is , a. graduate o Sullins College,. Bristol, Virginia and her fiance is ^graduate o Purdue University. . ' . . The coup'e willbe married, De cember 28 .at the "Calvary Presby terian church. Announcements -HOLIDAY AFP ARE AND TOYS FOR GIRLS AM) BOYS Arriving (Daily, ,••-.Use Our Convenient LayawoyiForpest Selection MARY'S CHILDREN SHOP 426 ta.t Market , Phone 2854 CHILI SUPPER and CARNIVAL NOVEMBER 3 5 to 8 p. m'. Central Time ,' ' WHY AUDITORIUM SPONSORED BY ipRANKUN P. T. A. ORDER HOW FROm VOUR FHUQRITE PHOTO Photo Greeting Cards and Folders Made from your own saapiBot. naick -Jrilm o 524 E. Broadway ervice Phone 4444 TUESDAY , Lincoln Circle No'. 1, Ladies o ihe 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 services will be held. * * » • Fidelity Chapter 58, ,OES, wil hold a stated meeting Tuesday evening "at 8 o,'clock at, the. Masonic Temple. Members are-asfcec to bring articles (or the rummage sale. ' - " '.. . * * -* Ninth Division of- the -Iridiana 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 1:3C o'clock. Roll call response will be a Thanksgiving poem. * * * - Columbia PTA-..will hold carry-in supper Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at the school and room vi'sitatio n'at 7:30 o'clock while the children are entertained in the gym. * • * The Social club of the L.S. to B .of L.F. arid E. will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Chester McMillen, rural route 1, with Mrs, Charles Ferguson assisting. : - * * * 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 7958 or 20857. *-*.•Delta ' Chi .Sigma will hold a business meeting Tuesday evening at- 8 o'clock at the YWCA second, floor club room.- . '';v . *, * * . ,-' WEDNESDAY The •AAJJW: will; meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of .Norma Lowry, 2541 Broadway!'Miss Elizateth, Blizard will be guest speaker. >• * * » The Philathea B class of the Baptist Temple will- meet with Mrs. M. L. Robinson, 1820 North street, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ' The man-made brontosaur in Dinosaur Park, near Rapid City, S.D.,; is visible for 10 miles. •—Harrington Studio MRS. JAY ALLEN SHAFER was Miss Paulletta Emery preceding the couple's marriage dur ing a double ring service Sundaj afternoon, October 23, at the Ful;on 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 of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Shafef, of route 5, city. Reverend Arthur S. Truex officiated at the impressive ceremony before an altar flanked with 5alms, twin seven-branched cande- abra and baskets of white gladioli. iVhite satin bows marked the pews. Mrs. Raymond Zarlman, of lochester, was organist and accompanied Mrs. Doyne Emery, of |lacy, soloist; a cousin of the >ride, when she sang "Because," '0 Wonderful One," and "The jard's Prayer."' Miss Jane Price, of route 1, twelve Mile, was maid of honor and-bridesmaid were Miss Nancy AIcDahiel, of Shelburn, Ind., and Urs. Carole Thomson, of route 5, city. . •• . . The bridal attendants appeared n identical dresses of purple sa- in fashioned with short sleeves, a semi-scalloped neckline and a irineess waistline. They wore matching headpieces of purple atin trimmed with seed pearls nd net and carried cascade ar- angements of white daisies', pom- xms and ivy. Their pearl jewelry was a gift of the bride. Miss Julie Kay Emery, a niece if the. bride, was flower girl, wearing a purple satin dress, iden- ical to the bridal attendants in olor, fashioned with a gathered kirt accented with a large bow ash. She wore a half halo of white daisy pompons and carried a white flower basket of white and pink petals. - ' Jerry Lambert, of Twelve Mile, was best man and Tom Helms, of route 5, city, and Edward Mun•son, city, were groomsmen. Ushers were Robert Emery,., of route 1, Twelve Mile, a- brother of the bride, and Dean Kistler, city. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely HI 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 bridal 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 white Bible, a gift of the groom, topped with a cascade arrangement of white stephanotis centered with a purple orchid and varigated 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- brqcaded jacket dress with matching accessories and wore' a corsage of shaded brown and green cymbidium orchids. A reception for 200 guests was held immediately following the ceremony in the church parlors. 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 Petrie and Mrs. Gene Moss. Mrs. Robert Paschen, of Twelve Mile, was Local Tri Kappas Attend Workshop Held At Rochester Four local women representing the active and associate chapters of Tri Kappa sorority attended the annual Presidents' workshop of Province 7 this week at the Melhodisi -* :rch at Rochester. Representing the active chapter were -Mrs. E. Y. Denham, president, an-d Mrs. 0. H. Grotelueschen, treasurer, and from the associate chapter were Mrs. James Rowan, president, and Mrs. Milton Bishop, corresponding secretary. ' ' ' The province officer, Mrs. Jack K. Overmyer, of Rochester, conducted the workshop preceded 'by a smorgasbord luncheon. 'Highlighting the agenda was the presentation to ^representatives from each active arid associate chapter in the province of council suggestions for constitutional changes and by-laws revisions which are to be presented to each chapter in the stale. The group al_so discussed the redistribution of the per capita tax. A report was given bn the Hilda Bowen nursing scholarship activities in the province. • It was announced that new chapters are to be formed at Tell City, Rock-port and Walkertort. In Rites In Germany guest registrar. The bride's table was-covered with a while net over white satin cloth accented with purple satin bows and crystal candelabra, and centered with a 'four tier wedding cake, the base being six heart shaped.cakes, an3 topped with a miniature bridal couple. Purple punch, nuts and mints were served. For traveling the bride selected a green suit with black accesso ries and wore a corsage from the bridal bouquet. Following'a short wedding trip through the Southern states, the couple will reside in Twelve Mile. The bride is a graduate of the Metea high school, attended Indiana State Teachers college v and is employed with the Logansport National Bank. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Twelve Mile high school, attended Purdue university and is employed with the Engineering . Construction company, city. The bridegroom's parents entertained at a rehearsal party Saturday 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 relatives in Logansport Friday and attended the Purdue Homecoming Saturday. PFC RICHARD L. DC-RAN AND BRIDE, the former Ingrid G. Morgan, are shown following (heir marriage in a double ring ceremony Saturday morning, October 8, at the, Evenglisch church in Zirndorf, Germany, with Reverend Fritz Kolb officiating. The 10:30 o'clock riles united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max ,Morgen, of Seidlerstrasse 3, Zirndorf, Germany, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Doran, of New Waverly, Ind. The bride is a 1959 graduate of the Zirndorf School and is employed by the Zimmerman company there. Her husband is a 1958 graduate of the New Waverly high school and was employed by the Cripe Elevator and Lumber company before enlisting in the U. S. Army in December, 1958. The couple will reside in Germany for another year before returning to the United Stales. NORCROSi Pwsonalized CHRISTMAS Put \that personal llbUCHlN / • Imprinted witn your name HIATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE EtIZAWTH HEKBR Re-Elect ELIZABETH BIEKER CLERK OF THE Cass Circuit Court DEMOCRATIC TICKET I WILL SINCERELY APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT CHRISTMAS , REMINDER <f A LOW COST- EASY TO INSTALL FIREPLACE f OR THE HOME SALE $ 167 Delivered R»g. $199 Delivered .. . . , "A tHOiKWflWi AND PRACTICAL G)FT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY" Inferior-Exterior Wrought Iron • Room Dividers Center "Mrs and Flals in stock * ' ALCOA STOCM DOORS AND WINDOWS Porch or Br*«M*way " 1 " EIKEBERNER 13th and Market Sal«s Ing'ring Co. 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It is practically impossible to acquire the skills taught in this course without increasing your earning power. ^. • Win .More Friends through acquiring the ability to deal successfully with others. • Improve Your Memory for names, quickly and easily. • Increase Your Poise, And Personal Force. • Become A Better Executive • Become A More Enthusiastic Person. - You acquire this recognized secret of success. • Get Out Of A Rut. Enrich your Hfe with new friends, new interests, new goals. • Whi X Promotion. The best way to get a promotion is • to deserve one. Th* DALE CAJtNKril COURSE is presented in Northern Indiana by Indiana Institute K. 1. Bowton, 19149 i. Drive, Oakmont P k.. South Bend 17, Ind.

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