Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 30, 1960 · Page 39
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 39

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 30, 1960
Page 39
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE J'U'lEErf To Marry Dean E. Kistler —Harrington Studio ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price, of route 1, Twelve Mile, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane Kay, to Dean Edward Kistler, son of Cecil Kistler, of 1024 Erie avenue, city. No wedding date has been set. ' The bride-elect is a graduate of the Metea high school, attended Indiana University and is employed as a stenographer-typist at the Logansport State Hospital. Her fiance is a graduate of the local high school, has served with the U.S. Air Force and is associated with Heistdorf & Nelson, at Warsaw. Fete Ann Dotterer At. Birthday Party Mrs. Robert Dotterer, 114 Tanguy street, entertained at a birthday party recently for her daughter, Ann. Entertaining rooms featured birthday balloons and Japanese lanterns. / Games and contests were enjoyed with each guest receiving a prize. A "Huckleberry Hound" decor prevailed at the refreshment table which, was centered with a large birthday cake and lighted tapers. . Guests included: the M i s s e Shari Hehm, Debfah Hines, Judy Lorain, Lorna and Theresa Den nis, and David Parker, all of thi city; Misses Beth Ann and Jane Sue Briner, Bunker Hill. Assisting the hpstess was Mr; Myrtle Frushoiir, grandmother o the honored guest. SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Who's New'Uses Halloween Motif Who's New club convened Fn day afternoon at the YWCA dir ing room with a Halloween them being used in the decorations Hostesses were Lelah Stephen Jane Gower and Jean Piccian Gene Brown, president, we corned new 'guests,. Mrs. Franc Hartsook, Mrs. Robert Heyde an Mrs. William Smith. Jean Fogel announced the flow er show at the State HospiU November 4, 5 and 6 and invitee all to attend. A board meeting was announcec for November 8, 9:30 a.m., at th home of Laura Rowaif. Mary Jane Taggart, program chairman, introduced the gue speaker, Ed Closson, LHS ej change student to Greece, wh spoke and showed slides on hi trip to Athens last, summer. Pattern 7ti« Big Diff.r.nc. In Starts Today Ii Th« Way P«op]« Art Treated tie Brides diotce a G. R. bride always marries well! For your wedding we PROPOSE the loveliest of bridal fashions ... radiantly, remantic bridal gowns, angelic veils, exquisite lingerie . . . just everything you need for your trousseau. DO have a wonderful wedding. DO come in, say "YES" to your choice of our exquisite bridal and trousseau fashions. Gowns ... s 55-*85 Formal wear for the^groom can be rented in our Men's Shop! BRIDAL SALON - SECOND FLOO.B 469-41J I. BROADWAY-Shop-Tues.-Sat.,.9-3, fri. 9-9 Two-Skirt Style Choose the skirt YOU, like be: slim or gently flared! Soft, low interest neckline is a favorite i smart women everywhere. Pick dark, quiet print. Printed Pattern 9079: Women' Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 Size 35 (slim skirt) 3% yards 35- inch fabric. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) fo this pattern—add 10 cents fo each pattern for first : class inai COMMENTS AND CRITICISMS CUSTOMER'S REMARK Fix your change machines. Please, i am just a poor boy. t OWNER'S REMARK Brother Poor Boy, they were fixed, some body got to them before you did, and drained all the money out of them. We have restocked them and hope that our freewheeler don't come back. THE MIRROR THIEF The party or parties that stole our plate glass mirror from our rest • room, we wish you would hang this mirror, then stand in front of it and take a good look at a FIRST CLASS, (?),; THIEF. The rnirror did not make us one thin dime/ it was for the convenience of our customers. YOUR ILL GOTTEN GAINS WILL NOT DO YOU ANY GOOD. ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 8th you can make half of the' candidates very happy. Go to the polls and vote for the candidate that will be the best employee for all the people. SUN BRITE LAUNDRY 841 W. Broadway iogansport, Ind. Ann Landers Uninformed Reader Is Now Holding Solution in Hands Dear Ann Landers: A widow who considers herself a dear friend comes to my home several evenings a week. She gets into long-winded conversations with my husband about current events. He thinks she is brilliant. This woman ~must memorize what she reads, in the papers. When the Congo trouble Was at its peak she knew how to pronounce all those dizzy names. He was very impressed. My problem- is, she directs all her remarks to-him and doesn't even look at me the whole evening. I sit there like a big dummy, listening'and burning up. I think my husband is partly to blame because he never makes an effort to get me-into the conversation. This has been going on for eight years. Please tell me what to do.—MRS. IGNORED Dear Mrs. Ignored: You are holding the solution to your problem fight in your hands at this very moment. This newspaper offers excellent news coverage and if you will spend half an hour every day reading, you'll be on equal footing with the widow and your husband. There's no excuse for being uninformed in this day and age. Briefing yourself should be a daily habit. Your life will be more interesting and meaningful when you pay attention to what is happening around you. Try it and see. Dear Ann Landers: I would like to comment on the letter from the reader who complained because he never won a thing in his life. He seemed bitter because "the rich people always win the raffles, doorprizes, bridge prizes and whatever there is to be won." If the, rich people win everything it's because they are expected to buy chances and tickets by the fistful—and they usually do. ing. Send to Marian Martin, Logansport Press' 365 Pattern Kept, 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, with ZONE, SIZE and' STYLE NUMBER. New! Send now for our 1960 Fall and Winter Pattern Catalog —every page; in exciting color! Over 100 styles for all sizes, all occasions plus school . .'. 35c. Their chances of winning are about ten times as great as the average Joe because they are tap ped for everything and they us ually hold a great many tickets. I just thought I'd like to add i sane note to the hysterical rav ings. So often people criticize anc gripe without thinking things through.-SYRACUSE Dear Syracuse: Thanks'for your "sane note." It may interest you to know that hundreds of clear thinkers from all over the U.S.A sounded the same "clear note.' Frankly, I'd never thought of ii before. Thanks to all who wrote. * * * Dear Ann: When I married my husband five years ago he knew ! was 11 years older than he was I never lied or tried to hide my age. He said it didn't make any difference and I believed him. Now he's after me constantly to dye my hair, lose a littlf weight, wear "younger dresses' and he finally even had the nerve to suggest that I have my face lifted. I've no intention of doing any of these things. Women often write and ask you whether or not to marry a man who is several years younger This letter is just to let some o the gals know first hand how one of these marriages turned out. You can't beat the old calendar, Ann I didn't know it then, but I know it now.—OLD BAG * * * Confidential, to BETTING TEN: You win. In the Yiddish language there is no word for toe. It is translated "finger on the foot." To learn the difference' between a marriage that "settles down and one that "gets dull," send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "What To Expect From Marriage," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your -problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Copyright, 1960, Field Enterprises, Inc. The common cold is said to be our most expensive disease, con sidering working days lost and al! other ramifications. CHRISTMAS CARDS When jm em enough to send the wr best IT'S FUN... * .'• CHRISTMAS CARDS Imprinted With Your .Name! Ournew Haflmark Christmas albums contain a complete hitart -SL*i tl " ctlv l 8re€tings to please every taste and SL^S Ha) SL ar 5 and - crown on the back is *»<• assurance of quality known the world over. 50 Beautiful Books To Choos* From You'll find th« most beautiful cards in th» world in these album* 25 for $1.95 AND UP ALSO BEAUTIFUL BOXED ASSORTMENTS NOW ON SALE Timberlake's Gift Shop "Your Christmas Card Headquarters* Karen Hatfield Is Guest Of Honor At Pre-Nuptial Shower Mrs. Gloria Spencer, Mrs. Judy Crist and Mrs. Marilyn Curts were hostesses at a bridal shower Friday evening at the Curts' home, 412 West Clinton street, in honor of Miss Karen Hatfield, bride- elect of James L. Hoover. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Ruth Hutchinson, Mrs. Marjorie Young and Mrs. Barbara Sliafer. Gifts were arranged on a table centered with a white umbrella and decorated in the bride-elect's chosen colors of burnt orange and brown. Refreshments were served to the following guests: Mrs. Fern Hatfield, Mrs. .Frank Elpers, Mrs. Pearl Coates, Mrs. Vivian Garr, Mrs. Grace Herrick, Mrs. Agnes Hoover, Mrs. Jean Shanteau, Miss Cheryl Shanteau, Mrs. Ruth Hutchinson, Miss Mollie Good, Mrs. Marjorie Young, Mrs. Isabel Troyer, Mrs. Arlene Wafceman, Miss Bonita Wakeman, Mrs. Victoria DeVitta, Mrs. Barbara Shafer, Mrs. Eileen Richason, Mrs. Shirley Moon, Mrs. Isabelle Herrick, Mrs. Mary Baurnann, Miss Mary Hoover, Mrs. Claudia Shaffer, Mrs. Betty Fettig, Mrs. Jane Pusey, Miss Sue Davis, Miss Karen Crook, Mrs. Delores DBS, Mrs. Elsie Winton and Mrs. Jennie Davis. Unable to attend but sending gifts were" Mrs. Judy Seagraves, Mrs. Ann Welch, Mrs. J. T. Proctor, Mrs. Barbara Dingledein, Miss Sharon Dunn and Mrs. Coy Harding. RELIGIOUS By far the world's largest religion, Christianity is followed by Islam, with 350 million! adherents, Hinduism and Confucianism with 300 million followers each, Buddhism with 200 million devotees, Taoism with 50 million members and Judaism with 15 million adherents. 'DR. 0. L. BRAUN! Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North SI. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 IP W.dn.idayi 1 Friday! » to 4 88th Birthday November 2 MSS. OLLIE V. DAVIS, a resident of the Deer Creek Nursing Home at rural route 2, Camden, will observe her 88th birthday Wednesday, Mrs. Davis, who resided at 1205 East Market street, city, for over 40 years, is the widow of Philip A. Davis who died November 28, 1936. She suffered a partial stroke three years ago and since then has been a resident of the Deer Creek Nursing Home. She and her husband were active in politics in their ward and precinct, and Mrs. Davis has expressed great interest in the forthcoming election. She has never failed to vote in presidential election. A member of the L. A. to B. of R. T. 254, Eastern Star, White Shrine and Order of the Amaranth, she has been a member of the Ninth street Christian church for 55 years. Born to Simon Peter and Almiranda (Salisbury) Lape on November 2, 1872, at Flora, Mrs. Davis enjoys receiving letters, cards and company. She has one niece, Mrs. Charles L. Schaefer, 909 Twentieth street, city; four nephews, Robert E. McElheny, Michigan City- Harold E. and Hal J. McElheny, city; and Orvil Gibbs. She also has several great nieces and nephews and great great nieces and nephews. < THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Houn 9 to 5 dairy, except Sat., 9 to 12 WAUPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES HOLIDAY GLAMOUR . . . surround yourself this holiday season with a soft glow of color . . . twill-back velveteen skirt teamed with a challis print blouse and matching jacket in cool shades of mint. Also available in blue or black. 3-piece outfit 00 SCENE-STEALING COAT ... the very newest look in coats, smart black with face-framing cpllar, giant-sized pockets and graceful lines. Finely textured worsted all-wool. Other Coats priod from $49.95 up S 75°° 326 EAST BROADWAY PUBLIC LIBRARY

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