Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 17, 1961 · Page 19
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17,1961 THE PHAKOS-TRBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINETEEN To Mark-50th Anniversary m (Pohlman's Studio). Mr. and Mrs. William Hubenthal will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 until 5 p.m. at their home near Metea on Sunday, December 24. x All friends and relatives are invited to attend. It is requested that gifts be omitted. The couple was united in marriage on December 20, 1911, at the home of the.bride's parents, with the Rev. Jacob officiating. Mrs. Hubenthal is the former Martha Buck, v of near Twelve Mile. He is a member of (Tie St. James Lutheran church in Logansport, while Mrs. Hubenthal is a member of the Bethlehem Methodist church near Twelve Mile.where she is active in the wscsy Both are in good health and live in the same house where they started housekeeping. They have five children: Mrs. Geneva Bookwalter, of Twelve Mile; Mrs. Elizabeth Mills, of Gas City; Mrs. Pauline Barrett, of Traverse City, Mich.; Miss Ruth Hubenthal, of Niagara Falls, New York; and Frank Hubenthal, of near Metea. There are five grandchildren. Give "tier',' the personalized fit of G raffis Eit. 1873 306 Fourth Street LEGSIZE STOCKINGS Choose from sheerest flattery for dress-up occasion to sheer serviceability for walking ...beautifully,styled with or without seams. I 35 1.95 To A pair BILLMAN'S CHRISTMAS FEATURE MARBLE TABU TOPS OKiY 11 LEFT PRJPED FROM Various sizes and colors from which to choose— Be early for best selection. FOR THE HOME Of 'DISTINCTION. HUMAN MONUMENT CO. 1137 Pleasant Hill Phone 2394 SOCIAL'. HIGHLIGHTS Open House On -Dec. Rex 'Buford Grant and bride, and Chantffly lace, featuring the former Miss Dianne Joyce Oakes, are residing at 3730 North Sheffield avenue, 'Chicago, following their recent marriage at the fitted bodice, long tapering sleeves and a bouffant skirt tapering to a chapel-length train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was Cicero Bibje church, Cicero, HI., | secured to a crown of pearl peaks, each peak centered with a with .the Reverend William E. Currie officiating at the double ring rites. The bride is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clemens S. Oakes, of Chicago, and the groom is the son of Reverend and Mrs. Paul A. Grant, 914 Lafayette 'Drive, city. Several bridal airs were played, and the couple exchanged their vows in a setting of flowers and lighted- tapers. • Miss Pa(ti Liebford, of Chicago, drop crystal. She carried an arrangement of white roses in the shape of a cross. Identical street-length dresses of red velveteen were worn by the brdial attendants. Designed with scoop necklines and three- quarter dresses length sleeves, featured bell the skirts trimmed with satin bows. Peaked crowns in matching red featured pearl drops in the center. The attendants carried cross-shaped attended the bride as maid' of | arrangements of carnations, honor ,and bridesmaids were the] The mother 'of the bride chose Misses Sharon Logmen, of Min-1 a beige lace dress with matching neapolis, Minn., and Janet Kirk, of Chicago. Miss Cathrine Suzanne Oakes attended her sister as junior bridesmaid. Phil McClaren, of Chicago, served the groom as best man, and ushers were Bert A. Milstead and Edward Heintz, of Forrest Park, HI., Paul R. Grant, brother of the groom, city, and BobVel- accessories while the groom's mother appeared in a blue suit ensemble with matching accessories. Both wore corsages of white baby orchids. A reception and dinner were held at the church for 150 guests following the ceremony. Following the couple's, wedding trip, a reception was held for 50 guests (Burgman's Studio) The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Robbins will be celebrated with an open house on Sunday afternoon, December 24, at their residence, 1824 George street. No invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited to attend from 2 until 5 o'clock. Chester Robbins and the former Faye Carithers were united in marriage on December 24, 1911, by the Reverend John D. Kruwel, of Rochester. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Carithers, of Rochester, and he is-the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Robbins, of Kewanna. He is a retired employe of the Pennsylvania Railroad and both are active members of the Ninth Street Christian church. They have three daughters: Mrs. Raymond Hupp, of this city; Mrs. Arthur Marshall, of Lucerne; and Mrs. Chester Carney, of New York. There are eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. ir Wedding Planned —Harrington's Studio Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alderfer, of Rochester, announce the engage-, ment of their daughter, Wanda Mae, to Harvey L. Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Arthur, of Akron. Miss Alderfer is a graduate of the Rochester high school and WedeMnd's Beauty college. She is employed as a bookkeeper with McMahan Construction company, of Rochester. Her fiance is a graduate of the Akron high school and serving with the U.S. Army, stationed at White Sands Missel range in New Mexico. A summer wedding is being planned. ANNOUNCEMENT TUESDAY Walton Literary club wilTmeet with Mildred Shuman 'Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. * * • Mispah Lodge 26, L.A. to B. of R.T. will convene Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at 50-Seventeenth street. All elected officers are urged to attend as installation wijl be held. Announcement will also be made of the future meeting place. GIVE glamorous, new Costume FOR'HER.CBRISTiMAS on, of Chicago. • ! in Logansport at the Grace Bible Mike and Debbie Voight of I church where the groom's father Chicago, were ring bearer and | is pastor. Decorations at both re- flower girl, latter .wore respectively, a floor-length The silk organza gown with a red taffeta cummerbund. Her headpiece was a bow and leaves, and she carried a basket of red and white rose petals. Given in marriage by her par- the bride appeared in a of bombazine taffeta silk ents, gown ceptions were in a red and white motif. The bride is a graduate of Thomas Kelly Senior high school and the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. Her husband is a graduate of the local high school and the Moody Bible Institute. Both are active in the Youth for Christ organization. ANN LANDERS Mail Best Morale-Booster For Our Boys In Service Dear Ann Landers: Every person who reads your column knows at least one fellow who has been called into the service within the last six months. If people -only realized the importance of mail they'd sit down this very minute and get off a letter or two. It would take half an hour at the most to write a letter — and it needn't be a literary masterpiece. ^ casual rehash of that's been goine jn in town, a re- x>rt on mutual 'riends, a few clip)in^s from the local newspaper, could make a fellow's day. I've seen guys whoop with joy when they were handed a couple letters. And I've seen 200-pound- ers close to tears when they had to walk away from mail call empty-handed. Please, Ann, remind the lucky ones at home that these guys have been yanked out of schools., careers and happy homes to do a job for all of us. Mail is the best morale-booster in the world. Don't let'them down.—A BUCK SERGEANT . - - . •Dear Sergeant: Thanks for the reminder. I'm goini* to write a couple of letters^ today, *. *' « Dear Ann: You get lots.of complaints from women whose husbands give them shiners and loosen up their teeth. This is different. It's the wife who has the Irish temoer in our house. We've been married 38 years. The kids are all on their own. Ever since I can remember the little woman has been clobbering me, pulling mv hair out (I was glad when I became bald) and throwing dishes. I finally bought plastic plates because it got so bad she'd break up a half, a set at a time and we didn't have enough dishes to eat on. Please don't tell me to leave her. She has lots of'good qualities and she looks sort of cute when she gets her dander up. Just tell me how to handle her.—JOE Dear Joe: If you've been ducking crockery for 38 years and finally had to go to plastic you must like to live dangerously. Since you told me not to advise you to leave, I won't. Just ! outfit yourself with a crash-hel- | met—and lotsa luck. « * * Dear Ann Landers: A girl who works in our office is getting a diamond soon. Her fiance has asked her to go along with him to select it. Isn't this in bad taste? It not only lets the girl know how much i he pays for the ring but it also >mantic moment of a girl's life. In my opinion an engagement ring should be a total surprise. Do you, agree?—CAROL . Dear Carol: Wake up, Little Dreamer. The day has long passed when the young swain knelt in the parlour, whipped the ring out of his. vest pocket, placed it on the maiden's finger—and the girl fainted from the excitement. So what's wrong "with a girl knowing how much her engagement ring cost? Some , sensible girls want to go along to make sure the guy doesn't spend more than he should. And since it's the gal who will be wearing the ring, doesn't it seem reasonable that she should go along and make sure she gets something she truly likes? Janet Hanlin, Former Resident jEngaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. R. -A. Hanlin,'of Summitville, Ind., former local residents of this city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Janet, to Rodney Miller. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller, of Millersville, Missouri. No wedding date has been set. The bride-elect is a "1960 graduate of the local high school and attended Colorado Women's college at Denver. She is employed as a secretary with General American Life Insurance company and resides at 1803 Pine, St. Louis, Missouri. Her fiance is a senior at Southeast Missouri State college, majoring in physical education with minors in history and social j science for secondary teaching. Read the'Want Ads! ANNOUNCEMENT ' '.- . TUESDAY Tipton school PTA will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock at the school. The Chris'mas program will be. presented; by" the third and fourth grades. . Jf alcohol is robbing you or someone you love of health and dignity/send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "Help For The Alcoholic," 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 at this newspaper enclosing a. stamped, self-addressed envelope. 1961, Field Enterprises, Inc. ff I •I -lif S"*' : <^ K: \^. \ Th« dr««m of «v«ry wom»nl Exquisite diamond designs, world-f»inou» accuracy by Hamilton^ th« name that means the most on diamond watchts. S«e our beautiful salKtion, from $89.50: 526 BROADWAY LOGANSPORT. IND. For the season of elegant evenings, fashion creates, and we present, the delightful dresses that capture your hol- iday party rhood ... in exciting, enchanting styles, colors; fabrics. See them now. Shop for "HER" gilt from our beauliiul collection 326 .East Broadway

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