Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 17, 1961 · Page 18
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 17, 1961
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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA^ SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17,1981 Couple Harold Dale Reed and bride, the former Miss Kathryn Ann Barkman, are shown following their marriage November 25 at the Pulton EUB church with the Reverend George Bosard officiating. The double ring rites united the daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. Boyd Barkman, rural route 5, Rochester, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reed, rural route 2, Kewanna: Miss Shirley Williams provided nuptial selections and accompanied Mrs. Shirley Hults when she sang "I Love Thee," "Wither ThouGoest" and "The Wedding Prayer." • The bride, given in mirriage by her father, appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle, designed, with a fitted bodice, a scalloped bateau neckline accented with iridescent sequins and pearls, and long tapering sleeves. The three-tiered floor- length skirt of nylon tulle was designed with inserted panels of lace in the back and appliqued with scrolls of Chantilly lace on the front A Queen's crown of lace, seed pearls and sequins secured her hand-rolled veil of imported French illusion. She car,- DECORATE SCHOOL TREE Five room mothers of the Tip* ton school PTA decorated the Christmas tree in the hall on. the second floor of the school Thursday ' afternoon. They were: Mrs. Edna Watson, Mrs. Mary Siddall, Mrs. Gertrude DeBois, Mrs. lone Powell and Mrs. Betty Eisert. • •• DR.O.LBRAUN Rig. Podietrlrt foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Offin 314 North SI. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 W.dn.idayi-Friioyt *4:30 ried a white Bible topped with yellow roses and stephanotis. Miss Dora Leininger, of Akron, attended as maid of honor' in an emerald green satin gown, styled with elbow-length slenves, a rounded neckline and bouffant skirt. She wore a matching headpiece and carried a bouquet "of small pompons and ivy. Mrs Frances Newton Lawrence, Chicago, the bride's other attendant, was attired like the honor attendant. . , David Thompson, Rochester, served the groom as best man, and Dale Gordon, rural route 5, Rochester, was groomsman. Ushers were Kenneth .Reed, Kewanna, and William L. Rogers, Rochester. The bride's mother chose a two- piece dress of eggshell white brocade with matching 'accessories and a corsage of red roses while the groom's mother selected a wool and cotton blue print dress with matching accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. A reception was held at the church parlors following the ceremony. The. serving table, decorated with fern leaves and large yellow mums, was centered with a fpur-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Hostesses were Kathleen Leininger, Nancy Nichols, Kay-Mikesell and Barbara King. For traveling the bride chose a" red wool suit with ' black accessories and the corsage of yellow roses from her bridal bouquet •-,•The bride is a graduate of Talma high school and the National School of Aeronautics of American Airlines, Chicago. The groom is a graduate of the Fulton high school and the Industrial Training Institute. She is employed by the Sonoco Products Co., Akron. TEEN GIFT LIST HOLIDAY DRESSES ........ : • • .$8.95 up ARNEL PRINT HOUSECOATS ..... $4.98 PAJAMAS .................. $3-98 & $4.98 SLIPS ......... ..... ....... $2-25 to $5.00 NYLONBREEFS ................. ...$1.00 "SKIN SLIM" TIGHTS ............. $3.00 COSTUME JEWELRY ..... $1.00 and $2.00 HEADWEAR .............. $1-98 and $2.98 GLOVES AND MITTENS . . .$1.19 to $1.98 WHITE STAG SLACKS ..... ?4.98 to $7.98 BLUE BIRD & WHIT STAG SWEATERS .... ............... $5.98 up "SLIM LIMS" HOSIERY sizes 8-10 mesh & sheer ............ ........... $1 WOOL KNEE HOSE fashion colors $1.59 Arnel $1.00 MacSHORE AND WHITE STAG BLOUSES . ................ $2.98— $3.98 MARY'S CHILDREN SHOP We Will Close Sat, Dec." 23rd At 5 p.m. 327 E. Market Phone 2854 For Those Little But Yet Distinctive- Gifts for Her'- ' May We Suggest COSTUME JEWELRY A Handbag A Hankie Our Gift Certificate Is Most Certain to Please i QUALITY CORRECTLY PRICED clara .ann's 325 Fourth' SOCIAL Brock Weds In Evening Service Geraldine Wolf To Wed; In Afternoon- Service; Today Harrington's Studio Miss Joyce Anne Brock became le bride.of Stephen Leslie Reed uring a double ring ceremony" aturday evening, December 16, t the Onward Christian Church with Reverend Robert Kellems of- ciating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mward Everett Brock, Sr., rural oute 1, Galveston. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heed, rural-route 2, Walton, are the parents of the ridegroom. • Music for the ceremony was pro- rided by Miss Karen Graft, or- anist, of Peru, who played, a roup of bridal airs and accom- anied the soloist, Mrs. Gary Pe- .erson, of ligonier. The .vocalist's umbers included "0 Perfect Love", "I Love Thee", "Walk land In Hand With Me", and The Wedding Prayer". The kneeling bench was backed y two standards of white gladiodi nd pompons with a touch of red eaves. To each side were potted >alms and twin seven-branch cao- elabra. The pews were marked with red and white bows. Mrs. Roy L. Swigart, of Goshen, Indiana, attended her sister as matron of honor, and bridesmaids ncluded: Miss Joy Miller, and iiss Carol Engle, both of Manchester College. The matron of honor appeared n a street-length dress of Christmas red peau de soie with a scooped neckline going to a V n the back, with three-quarter ength sleeves. She carried a cascade arrangement of white carna- ions with red poinsettia in the lenter, and wore pearl jewelry, i gift of the bride. The bridesmaids' dresses and lowers were identical to those ol he matron of honor. Ronnie J. Pownell served the jridegroom as best man, and jroomsmen were Joseph Reed and James Reed, twin brothers of he bridegroom. The guest, registered by Miss Donna Scott of Manchester Col- ege, were seated by the ushers, )ale Brock, brother of the bride, of Manchester College; Roy L. Swihart, of Goshen; James Reed, and Joseph Reed, both of Purdue Jniversity. Given in marriage by her brother, Edward Everett Brock, Jr. he bride wore a traditional gown of white satin and alencon lace [ridescent sequins and French pearls etched the scalloped sabrin neckline of alencon lace which a pliqued the princess panel and the obi sash streamers. Long sleeves tapered over her hands and sof bias folds marked the hipline o the' long torso. The voluminous skirt swept to a circular chapel length train. Her fingertip-length veil of im ported illusion was caught to a jeweled lace crown with pear pendants and she carried a cas cade of white pompons with hollj centered with a white camellia corsage. The mother of the bride selected a navy blue lace over taffeta with matching accessories and a corsage of white pompons. The jridegroom's mother chose a roy al blue, boatline neck dress with matching accessories and a cor sage of white pompons. A Christmas red peau de soie rock and matching headband were worn by the flower girl, Becky Kellems. A small basket of white satin and netting with red velved ribbon was filled with rose petals. Lewis Reed, Jr., a cousin of the bridegroom, was he ring bearer. The bride's colors of red and white were carried out at a reception for 150 guests in the church parlor following the cere mony. The bride's table was covered with a white linen cloth accented with red and centered witt a four-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. The cake, made by the bride[room's mother, was surrounded >y lighted tapers and greenery. Hostesses were: Mrs. Donald Abbott, of Rochester; Mrs. Jo Paxton, of North Manchester; ffiss Joyce Stout, of Manchester Mege; Miss Rita Kunkle and Miss Janet Reed, both of Indiana State College. Assisting with the reception were: Mrs. Russel: Price, Mrs. Lewis Reed, and Mrs Edward Brock, Jr. Miss Gloria Jean Brock, and Miss Judy Kay Helvie presided at the gift table During the reception white nel rice bags tied with red ribbon were distributed to the guest by Steven Brock, nephew of the bride. The bride was graduted frorr Tipton township high school anc from Manchester college, North Manchester, Indiana, majoring in Business Education. Her hus band, also a graduate of Tipton Township high school is present [y a junior at Indiana State Col lege at Terre Haute. For her departure the bride chose a red wool dress with matching accessories. She wore a corsage of white pompons from her bouquet. The couple will reside at'3046 North 15& Street, Terre Haute, Indiaria. Miss Geraldine Joan Wolf-and Ronald Joe Addison will be united in marriage during a 2 o'clock service this afternoon at the Walton Christian church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manfred. Wolf, of Walton, and the bridegroom.is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Durham, of Waukegan, El. , The Reverend Robert. Hankins, of the Blue Ball church, a cousin of the bride, will officiate at the double ring ceremony. Seven branch" candelabra flanked with ferns and baskets of white and orchid, flowers will provide a setting, at • the altar for the marriage.., • .. Organ music will be provided by Mrs. Burnell' Williamson, who will accompany the.soloist, Don Williamson, when'ne sings "I Believe," "The" Wedding Prayer," land "Savior iLead Us." Like a Shepherd TQ be given in marriage by her father, the bride wfll appear in a gown of Alencon lace and nylon, tulle. The fitted bodice of lace is fashioned with long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands and a Bateau neckline outlined with sequins and pearls. The frock has a floor-length'skirt of tulle with an overskirt of Alen- con lace. She will wear a veil of white Miss Cynthia Anne Sturm pledged her nuptial troth to James Richard Houston during an impressive double ring service read on Sunday afternoon, December 1, with the Reverend Loren Gisselbeck officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sturm, of Walton, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bush, of Indianapolis. The altar at the Walton Methodist church where the 2:30 o'clock rites were read was flanked with white poinsettia sprays, potted red poinsettias, palms and candela bra. Miss Beulah Hall was organist and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Helen Gisselbeck, when she sang 'Til Walk Beside. You," "Oh Perfect Love," and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Sue Kepler, Indianapolis, attended .as maid of honor and Cinny Davis, of Walton, was flower girl. Miss Kepler appeared in a green velvet dress with a- street- length" skirt and wore a matching veil. Her flowers was a crescent bouquet of bright red carnations with variegated holly foliage. The flower girl wore a red vel vet dress with a red veil and carried a crescent bouquet ol white carnations with variegated holly foliage. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a s' -,et-length dress of white velvet Her white elbow-length veil was secured to a tiara anc she carried a with a cascade arrangement Amazon lilies with green holly foliage. Serving the bridegroom as best man was David Houston, of Indianapolis. Ushers were Paul W Price, of Walton, and Peter Baldwin, of-Indianapolis. The bride's mother wore a blue wool dress with red accessories while Mrs. Bush chose a brown wool dress with .matching acces sories. A reception for approximately 100 guests was held at the home of the bride's parents. Hostesses were Miss Sherry Dielman, Mrs. Martey Cripe and Mrs. James Beechy. The serving table was skirted in white and centered with a. four tier wedding cake decorated red and green, topped with miniature bridal couple. Ret poinsettias and red tapers added to the table appointments. The bride changed into a white wool dress trimmed in red anc black with matching accessories A. graduate'of the Tipton town ship high school, the bride also attended the Logansport Business college. The bridegroom, a graduate ol the Ben Davis high school In dianapolis, is the "manager ol Skinner Rental Equipment company, Indianapolis. The couple is residing at the Oakhurst Trailer park, route 2 Brownsburg, Ind. illusion over a panel of imported lace and carry a white Bible topped with an orchid. Her jewelry - a gift of the groom. Nancy Snipes, of Delphi, will attend as maid of honor. She will wear an orchid dress of satin and carry a cascade arrangement ol an orchid and white flowers. The flower girls will be Julia K m| Read the Want Ads! ANNOUNCEMENT MONDAY Purity Rebekah Lodge No. 127 will hold its final meeting of the year Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the IOOF hall. New officers will be installed on Monday evening, Jan. 1, at 7:30 p.m. » * • World War 1 auxiliary and members of Barracks 1400 will meet at Memorial Home at 6:30 o'clock Monday evening for. the annual Christmas supper. Turkey, dressing, rolls and butter and coffee will be furnished. Each member is to bring a covered dish and table service. GASTGATE PLAZA DELFORD WT. OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 PREESTORE-SIOEPARMINGI DECORATIVE GIFTS FOR Tffi HOME • Decorative and Functional Ceramici . . • Black Iron and Brast Ornamentals • Milk Glass • Imported & Decorative Glass —-Featuring—A Mott Unusual Selection of $4 . HANDPRINT 1INBN.TOWBLS 4 Eo. TIMED FOR A DIAMOND CHRISTMAS EXQUISITE DIAMOND ELEGANCE Famous make watches in white or yellow gold set- with brilliant, beautiful diamonds. Choose the on* to thrill her. $39.50 to $485.00 YOUR CREDIT IS 'GOOD ATT FERNBAUGHS JEWELRY STORE 416 EAST'BROADWAY'. , , '1Famou« for Quality Diamondi" and Anne Wolf, daughters of ;Malcolm Wolf. Their dresses will be white organdy with underskirts of yellow and orchid. They will strew .petals from baskets. ' Robert Hollingsworth, of Con-. riersville, an uncle of the bridegroom, will be the 'best man. Ushers will be Malcolm Wolf, a ' brother of the bride, and John Acldis'ocv of Waukegan,- a brother of the bridegroom. The bride's mother will;wear a magenta crepe sheath with a matching jacket accented with a 'hite corsage. The couple will greet approximately 100 guests at a reception •jo .follow the ceremony at the church basement Susie Hollingsworth will register the guests and hostesses will be Rose Lea Wolf, Rosie Hollingsworth, and Betty Hines. A three-tier wedding cake .will center the serving table which will be covered with a circular lace cloth. Candlesticks with lavender tapers and cut glass punch bowl service will further enhance the able decor. Assisting with the gifts/will be Janis Preiser, Beth Williamson and Roberta Hollingsworth. For traveling, the. bride will change to a green wool suit with black accessories and wear an orchid corsage from the bridal bouquet. The bride is a 1959 graduate of the Tipton township high school and the bridegroom is a 1958 graduate of the Connersville high school. They both are attending Ball State Teacher's college, Muncie. After January 3rd, the couple will make their home at 1S04 West Jackson, Muncie. for Christmas! give "Her" ^ that says— ^ "You're special to me at Christmas and all year'round" ameo seamless stockings | tfyey ft Kfce Cinderella's slipperl | Shapemaker stockings fy Bnr-JGl Cameo are the g sleekest-fitting sesmles* any Cinderella'* ever -worn! s NCT«awinko£awrinkIeat«iUeorlniee...Bmplf the closest ding, the happiest ing, the finest flattery , for yoar leg*. "No matter what shape you're in"whether tall or small, ample or ttmple— we're toamless Shapemalw itodfcmc* fr* right for jon. '1.50 a pair, fo costmne colon qp&stia tones. If you're not sure of the size—Give "Her" a Modem Miss . Gift Certificate. SHO£ SALON

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