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PAGE TWENTX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17,19fl KathleenK SOCIAL HIGHLIGHT .,. ,„»- l,» -,, J .<,, .' . >_,.", * ' ' nsylvama. Bridesmaids were the Mrs. Luis Francisco Benedicto was. Miss Kathleen Kae Kraning father, the bride was lovely in a gown of white delustered satin, accented with pearl-trimmed re- embroidered Alencon lace on the draped bodice and three-quarter length sleeves. The soft folds of the floor-length sknt fell straight Former Janet'Marie-Firy preceding the couple's marriage during rites Saturday, afternoon, December 1$, .at the Culver Methodist church. The Reverend officiated at the ceremony read at 3:30 o'clock before an alter banked with vases of white stock and pompons flanked with cath- ederal candelabra and baskets of Jn"frpn~4rom°the fitted "midriff and white gladioli and pompons. Can- OTept into a butterfly bow above die-light was provided by pew| the bouffant cha pel train. The candles arranged with sprays of gold solol and gold and white bows. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kraning, was a _;f t to of Culver, and the groom is the son of Mr. and- Mrs. Saturnine Benedicto o,f Caracas, Venezuela. Mrs. John Howard Alban, Jr., of Bossier City, Louisiana, attended the' bride as matron of honor and honorary matron of honor was Mrs. Kenneth Klaire Kraning IE, of Pittsburgh, Pen- bride wore a silk mantilla of allover Spanish lace cascading from a .high pearl headdress to the traditional train. The mantilla e bride from the groom's mother. The bride carried an S-spray of orchids and stephanotis. The gowns of' the honor .attendants were of white silk bro-j cade and their hats were white taffeta cabbage roses securing circular sequined veils. They carried cascade bouquets of while spider mums with gold solol. The bridemaids appeared in gowns and hats identical to those | of the honor attendants' with the ! exception of color, which was ! gold. Their bouquets were of white spider mums. Kenneth Klaire 1 Kraning II, brother of the bride, served as best man, and ushers included: Donald Muchlhahsen, of Columbus, Ohio; Walter J. Muehlhausen, Jr.. Marshalltown, Iowa; Donald Shellar, Indianapolis: Oswaldo Montbrun, Caracas; and David Mjddleton. of Culver. A reception was held at the Culver Inn- immediately following the ceremony. (Harrington's Studio)' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Douglass, of route 1, city, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday, December 24. A family dinner at noon will be served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, 1906 Spear street, city, in their honor. An open house will follow from' 2 until 4 o'clock at the same location with all friends and relatives invited to attend. They have lived on the same farm since their marriage on 'December 20, 1911, at the parsonage of the Baptist Temple with the Rev. Fraiser officiating. Their only attendant at the wedding was Mary Gray, the late Mrs. Horace Bowyer. Mrs. Douglass, 69, is the former Ethel Burch, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 3urch. Mr. Douglass, 72, has been engaged in 'farming all of his life and is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tyre Douglass. a n mas ee Set Blouses Skirts Sweaters Robes Gowns Pajtt Neglig Slips Dusters Slacks Dresses Suits [] Jacket Hosiery Gloves circular veil was secured to a matching headpiece, and her corsage was of white carnations. Pam Bernhardt, niece of the bride, was. first bridesmaid and attended in a pink Chantilly lace gown featuring chiffon streamers down the back. She wore a matching headband and veil and carnation corsage. Vada Hall attended as second bridesmaid in a blue and white lace gown with a matching corsage and headband. Ricky Bernhardt, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer, and Debbie | Julian, niece of the bride, was | flower girl. Her gown was of light I green velvet and white taffeta. | She wore a matching headband | and a corsage of pink carnations. Lynn and Keith'Julian, brothers of the bride, were ushers. Carl William Wandrei, Jr., and scooped neckline at the fitted Jean bodice. A back bow enhanced a Todd are residing at 435V4 Wash-1 cummerbund at the waist which ington street, following their] topped a bouffant skirt, marriage on Sunday afternoon, A white satin pillbox . hat Mrs. John E. Dagnen was Miss is stationed with the U. S. Air Janet Marie Fry prier to the) Force. Both the bride and groom couple's marriage recently at the j.^ p^ fogh Scn0 ol graduates. 10, at the Baptist December Temple. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Todd, Si., of route 3, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wandrei, Sr., of 435 Washington street, city. The Reverend M. L. Robinson officiated at the 2:30 o'clock service before an altar backed with arrangements of red poinsettias. On either side were candelabra surrounded with palms. Dan Erb was organist for the double ring service. Martha Todd, of route 3, city, attended her sister as maid of honor. She appeared in a street- length gown of red satin fashioned with a scooped neckline and a cummerbund at the waist with a bow in the back. She wore a matching hat and carried a bouquet of red and white carnations. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a street-length gown of white satin. It was molded with long sleeves tapering to bridal points and a wedding anniversary of Mrs. Truman D. Sandlin was (Robert Bernhardt, brother-in-law | Mr and Mrs _ William S. Long, of Following a wedding trip to Miss Bertha Irene Julian >ior | of the bride, served as best man^ hi,.,™ r>,« ,™mio «nii rLrV to the couole's marriage during! Given m marnage by her step- Chicago, the couple will reside to the couple's marriage during) D in Venezuela. After January 4. their address will be Mobil Oil Co. de Venezuela: apartado 102, Puerto Cabello, Carabobo, Ven- ezuelo, S.A. The bride is a graduate of Tudor Hall and attended Colorado | College, Colorado Springs, and Purdue University. She is a mem- >er of Alpha Phi and Kappa Kap>a Kappa sororities. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Venezuela and Purdue University where he received his B.S. degree in electrical engineering. He is employed by Mobil Oil Company of Venezuela. Q] Jewelry [] Scarfs [~] Slippers APPAREL SHOP 320 Fourth St. ingle ring rites Saturday after-1 father, Clark Titus, the bride ap- ° ^ - . .- ™ ^AAh A J .n m rvntim t\f fTllTlTllm noon, December 9, at the Clymers Methodist church. The Reverend Lawrence W. Tedrow officiated at the 3 o'clock ceremony before an altar banked with palms and candles. peared in a gown of Chantilly lace over bouquet taffeta, featuring a pearl-trimmed fitted bodice and three-quarter length sleeves. route 1, Burneltsville. A noon dinner will be held William S. Longs Married 60 Years On December 24th Raines, an aunt of the bride, and Sunday, December 24th, marks cured a circular shoulder-length veil of while illusion and she carried a white OES Bible topped with a white orchid surrounded with white snowdrift mums. Her pearl jewelry was a gift of the groom. Dave Wandrei, of 428% Bates street, served his borther as best man and ushers were Paul Todd, Jr., of route 3, city, a brother of the bride, and Carl Leedy, of Lafayette. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Todd selected a beige dress with matching accessories. The bridegroom's mother chose a light green dress with matching accessories. Both wore a white carnation corsage. The couple greeted approximately 70 guests at a reception held in the church basement following the ceremony. The bride's colors of red and white were carried out in the decorations at the serving table which was centered with a wed-jjj ding cake made by Mrs. Vir-|s? ginia Sibley, a friend of thejji bride. The table was further j-{ enhanced with poinsettias. Hostesses were Julia Wandrei, a sister-in-law of the groom, Pat St. James EUB church, Peru. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fry, rural route 5, Peru, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dagnen, Sr., 302 W. Canal, Peru. The couple is residing at Wichita Falls, Texas, near Sheppard Air Force Base where the groom I She was formerly employed at the Senger Dry Goods Co., Peru. Always slash the crust when you are baking deep dish apple pie so some of the steam from the fruit can escape. SHOP TODAY At Pleasant Hill Greenhouse For • Poiniettlos • Decorations • Corsogei • Flowers by Wire • Center Piece* PLEASANT Htll GREENHOUSE . 1016 Pleasant Hill Phone 5144 THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-IlthSt- Phone 46»1 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, interiors DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES The Gift she will never forget FURS in their honor at the Bell Center Bible church, followed with an open house from 2 until 4 o'clock at their home. No invitations are being sent, but all friends and ini panua unvt t.uiiu*t«j. | • • J 1 The bride is the daughter of I trimmed 'with sequins and pearls the late Harley Julian, and Mrs.!with a teardrop pearl in the cen- Mary Titus, Star City, and the i ten She carried a cascade bou- groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. |q«et of pink and white carnations. Johnie Sandlin, Bucyrus, Ohio, j The mother of the bride se- Mrs. Donna Bernhardt sister jlected a black velvet and brocade of the bride, attended as matron j dress with matching acces sones of honor in a brocade gown of Her waist-length illusion veil was re i at i v es are invited to attend, secured to a Chantilly lace crown | -phey re q ues t that gifts be omit- light blue, designed with three- quarter length sleeves, a fitted bodice and full skirt. Her short Gigantic Sale! Carry Home Specials ted. The couple was married on December 24, 1901, at the home of Mrs. Long's sister in the presence of friends and relatives. Mrs- Long recalls it was a cold, rainy day and her first train ride, a distance of some 35 or 40 miles. The Longs have always lived on a farm, first near Lafayette. In 1912 they moved to southeast Missouri, coming back to Indiana in 1924 at which time they located west of Monon for five years. In 1929 they moved to their present home, five and one-half miles north of Burnettsville. Mrs. James Tnbbett, sister ofj Mr ^ 83 an( j M rs . Long, the bride. ' "' The bride is a 1959 graduate and a sorsaee-of blue and white carnations. The groom's parents were unable to attend, Guest registrar 'at the church Bernhadt, niece of was Karen the bride. A reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony. Hostesses serving cake and punch were Mrs. Keith Julian, sister-in-law of the bride, and «.« Virginia Sibley, all of city; Janet Hensley, of Trafalgar, Ind., Jeannie-Prewett, of Eaton, Ind.; and Carolyn Willits, of Lapel, Ind. For traveling to Central Indiana, the bride departed in a red suit with black accessories j and wore a -white orchid corsage from the bridal bouquet A 1960 graduate of the Washington township high school, the bride is a junior at Ball Memorial hospital, School of Nursing, Muncie. • The bridegroom, a 1957 gradu- of the local high school, is also a 1959 graduate of Purdue Technical school. He is employed with the Electric Storage Battery Factory, city. of the Tipton township high schfV and was graduated from the Indiana Business college in Logansport. She was formerly employed as bookkeeper for James F. Peterson, city. The groom is employed by Pickwick Farms, Ohio. Prior to her marriage, the bride ,was honored at a shower at the I home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall I at Onward. The couple is residing in Ohio. CHAIRSIDE MAGAZINE RACK This rack is more than an accessory— it's an attractive piece of furniture. Even when filled with magazines—it's slim and graceful yet takes up very little space. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE AT....... $199 1 OPEN SUNDAYS'! -7P.M. ANNOUNCEMENT TUESDAY, Columbia school PTA will hold a Chistmas program /Tuesday evening at' 7:30 o'clock at the school. * * # Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, will hold family night at its Christmas party-.-Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. Members are to bring a covered dish, table service and a 50-cent gift for exchange. Thosf; bringing children'are to take a gift for them wiih their name on it. • • * * * The Infant Jesus of Prague study club will meet at the home of Dolores- Alberts;- Tuesday evening at'.8 o'clock. Members are reminded, to bring canned goods for the pantry shower and -a gift for the exchange. 77,. are both charter members of the Bell Center Bible church. Mr. Long is still engaged in farming and Mrs. Long enjoys 'hooking rugs and piecing quilts in the winter and has flowers along with gardening for a summer hobby. He has one living brother who resides in Churubusco' and Mrs. Long has two brothers, John, of Battle Ground, and Harry, of Lafayette, and- one sister, Mrs. Rose Mossburg, Sedalia. They have four living children: Francis Earl, of Hammond, Ind.; Clifford Edwin, of route 2, Monticello; Lydia McDonald, Monon; and Lester 'Kenneth, Logansport. A son, Everett Gayle, died at the age of 15 on May 29,1939. There are nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. ANNOUNCEMENT WEDNESDAY Second Mothers study club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Fred Edgerly, 117-17th street. Members are asked to bring 'canned .goods -or staples for the Christmas baskets "and a gift, for exchange. • • » The Center Presbyterian aid will .hold its annual Christmas dinner'at 32 o'clock noon Wednesday at'the church. Members are [to brings covered dish. ' COMMENTS AND CRITICISMS CUSTOMER'S REMARK I enjoy sweeping the floor when I come over. So will you please get a new broom? (No offense.) Mrs. Ray A. McGuire 837 South Cicott St. Logansport, Indiana OWNERS' REMARK Thanks, Mrs. McGuire, for your help. Many of our customers give us a hand in helping us to keep our laundry clean. We -sure appreciate their help'. We try to keep the laundry HOME-LIKE, and we want our customers, to feel at home when they are here. You shall have a new broom. Thanks' for your business, and you come back. DECEMBER 21 st. The first day of winter, and with it will come, snow and sleet, and slushy streets, and winter storms of all forms. Then our laundry will be a haven from all winter weather. We will do our best to keep it cleari and warm for your comfort. SUN BRITE . LAUNDRY 841 lOQAiNSPORT, JlND. The n * K K S K a K ever-feminine - ever perfect gift, that says: "You mean so much n to me," so well. She'll cherish § K her fur forever, and more import- f rt ant you personally selected it § from a furrierl § MAIDEN'S lAUNCCCCBS - CLCANZCS FUR DIVISION 614 E. 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