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PAGE TWELVE THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24,1961 Former Barbara Dale Moore < ^-™w»™^7^' SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Linda Lee Moon Mrs. Robert James Smith, the former Barbara Dale Moore, is shown following the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon, December 17, at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church. The Reverend Thomas Weigand officiated at the- double ring rites at 2:30 o'clock before an altar banked with white gladioli and W 3, Quincy, attended the bride as maid of honor. Giles R- Miner, rural route .3, Coldwater, Mich., served the groom as best man, and ushers were Basil Taylor, Quincy and Leon Knapp, Coldwater. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a ballerina- lavender mums. A coronet of tiny pearls floweret-_ - . ,, . , , tes secured her veil of French im- Dave Landley was organist and accompanist for Richard Rice when he sang "Because," "Stardust" and "Wedding Prayer." Miss Ruth Smith, rural route Charles Conklins To Be Honored At Christmas Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Conklin, of 918 Gariield, will be honored on their golden wedding anniversary Christmas day with a dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Dilling, of Idaville. The couple was united in marriage fifty years ago on Christmas day in this city. A native of Cass county, Mr. Conklin retired several years ago from the Zeck Coal company where he was employed for 23 years. Mrs. Conklin was born in Howard county. She has two brothers and one sister: Jesse, of Rochester; Earl, who resides with them; and Mrs. David (Roxie) Conklin, of .973 South Cicott. ~MrT Conklin has four brothers and two sisters: David, of 973 South Cicott; Carl, of route 6, city; Schuyler, of 925 Garfield; Frank, of route 3, city; Mrs. Sylvia Elmore, of-1217 Smead; and Mrs. Ada Everson, of 20 Seybold street. Invited guests planning to attend the dinner on Christmas are: Mr. and Mrs. Morris Houser, of Burnettsville; Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Jones, of Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rathburn and daughters, Sarasota, Fla.; 'Mr. and Mrs. John Swartzell, of -Star City; Earl Phophet, of Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Charles E, Cashdollar, of Spring, Texas. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cashdollar and children; Mr. and Mrs. Casper Reible; William Cashdollar; Harry McNamee; Mrs. Betty Fox and' daughters; andMrs.Edna Howe.all of Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Milford Locke and sons, of Fort Wayne; and Mrs. Belle Dilling and Mrs. Rose Leslie, both of Idaville. designed with a basque bodice, —Pohlman Studio Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Devon Moon, 3731 U S 24 East, city of the engagement of their daughter, Linda Lee, to Robert L. Brantley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brantley, rural route 1, Russiaville, Ind. The couple has not set a wedding date. Miss Moon is a local high school graduate and is employed at Clinton's. Her fiance attends Western high school. •%/¥:-. ;.?Fc4:V. ***-> ,v Jt F j *• * * _*. ^ !,.' irj^fr •£;:;• Plain Open House Dec. 31 ported silk illusion edged hand-rolled scallops and irrides- cent sequin and pearl flowerettes. The bride carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. A gown of lavender chiffon was worn by the bride's attendant.! She wore a catching headpiece | and carried a colonial bouquet j of lavender and white mums. i The mother of the bride selected a dress of brown lace and chiffon with matching accessories and a corsage of pink carnations while the groom's mother chose a green wool dress with black accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for 200 guests at the church. Lavender mums decorated the white linen-covered serving table centered with a five- tiered cake trimmed with lavender flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. Betty Murphy, Mrs. Betty Cox, Mrs. Connie Graf and Miss Susan Rice. For traveling the bride chose a black and white wool dress with black accessories. Following a wedding trip to southern Indiana, the couple is residing at 802 South Florida street, Arlington, Virginia. The bride is a 1960 graduate of the local high school anH was graduated from the National School of Aeronautics at Kansas City, Mo. She is employed by the Navy Department in Washington, D.C., where her husband is stationed with the U.S.. Navy, He is a 1957 gradute of the Coldwater high school. Charm Chats by Francis (Bill) Wright MERRY CHRISTMAS Christmas is a very, special day to all of us. It would lose its very meaning with out a special greeting to our good friends and pat- [1 f rons. Enjoy this season to its fullest. However, don't forget the true meaning of this occasion. We hope that you will have a festive time surrounded by family and friends. A Very Merry Christmas to You and Yours. Our special holiday greeting comes from the entire staff. It has been our pleasure to assist with your holiday beauty care. Eastgate Beauty Mark, Eastgate Plaza, Logansport. 4831. BETROTHED — Mr. and Mrs. John Fettig, of 2118 Murdock street, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Eileen, to James Bartly, son of Mr. and Mrs/ Donald Alexander, of Oak, Ind. Miss Fettig is employed at St. Joseph's hospital, and her fiance is serving with the U.S. Army: No wedding date has been set. t.; ^ M,« * SarMfe^aaa&' 1 ^i. .. ..?!*,. ^-.*y ,..^'^ - ^J Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huey, rural route 1, Kewanna, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, December 31, with open house at the Carl Carr home, rural route 1, Kewanna, near Lake Bruce. No formal invitations are being issued but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the afternoon reception. They request that gifts be omitted. The couple was married December 30, 1911/ at the Pleasant Hill Evangelical parsonage at Lake Bruce with the Rev. Ira Steele officiating. They have lived in Fulton county since their marriage, and in the same home for 42 years. They have one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Carr, rural -route 1, Kewanna, two grandsons and one great granddaughter. —Burgman's Studio The St. Luke's Lutheran church in Winamac was the scene "Sunday evening, December 17, of the marriage of Miss Kay Ann Fisher and Larry Lewis Koebcke, both of Kewanna. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. John Hilficker, Kewanna and Donald Fisher, of Rochester. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Koebcke, of Kewan- 3. The double 'ring ceremony was read at seven o'clock by the Rev. Paul F. Hutchinson, pastor of the church. The altar vases held bouquets of red and white pompons and were flanked by candelabra and palms. Large baskets of red and white mums completed the flower arrangement. Lillian Montz, Kewanna, soloist, sang "0 Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Harold Staffeldt, of Winamac. Miss Nancy Troutman, of Kewanna, attended the bride as maid of honor and Laura Hilficker, mister of the bride, attended as bridesmaid. Walter Koebcke served his'bro- ther as best man and Gary Dodge, of Reynolds, attended as groomsman. The ushers were Roy Fisher, Rochester, and George Hilficker, Kewanna, brothers of the bride. Given in marriage by her stepfather, John Hilficker, the bride appeared in a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace and tulle over taffeta fashioned with scalloped Sabrina neckline and long sleeves tapering to. Cala lily points. The bouffant skirt of tulle was en hanced with panels of Chantilla lace. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion fell from a miniature crown of seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of white pompons centered with red sweetheart roses. Classroom Parties At Tipton School Individual .Christmas parties held in the classrooms at Tipton school Friday afternoon Ice cream and cookies were furnished by the PTA and room mothers and teachers gave special treats to the students. Gift exchanges were held by all grades except the fifth and sixth. In lieu of the exchange, Miss Judy Nagle's fifth grade sent a donation to Care and Edward Stanley's fifth and sixth grades and Wayne Bile's sixth grade made a basket to be given to a needy family. THIS CHRISTMAS For your home, for your friends .. ,chooie Christmas flowers and greenery from Pleasant Hill Greenhouse 1016 PUatont Hill Phon* J144 Former 'Kewanna Girl Is Married Mr. and Mrs. Harrison DeWitt, of Kingman, Arizona, formerly of Kewanna, announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Carolyn Ruth, to Joseph Clarence Gunkle. -The couple was married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pierson, of Picacho, Arizona, The bride is -a graduate of the Kewanna high school and the groom is a graduate from the Eloy, Arizona, high school. They have established residence at 143 ,Walnut street, Kingman. DR.O.LBRAUN \ Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AH.MENTS Office 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 W»dn»idayi-FricJayi »-4;SO SALE! SALE! SALE! New Fall & Winter Millinery REDUCED DRASTICALLY FOR IMMEDIATE Clearance \ 75 and 3 .75 Mostly one of a kind. Come early and .select several. -TffOP The attendants were attired in street-length gowns of deep rec satin designed with bouffant skirts, long sleeves and draped necklines. They carried white fur muffs and wore matching clip hats, both decorated with bouquets of red pompons. The mother of the bride chose a brown wool sheath dress with matching accessories while the groom's mother selected a beige dress with brown accessories. Both wore orchid corsages. A reception was held in the church parlor following the ceremony. Centering the bridal table was a four-tier cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. The gift table was decorated with red poinsettia floral arrangements. The couple will be at home at 456V4 Locust street, Valpariso. PARENTS OF SON A son, David Frederick, was bora December 23 ,to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Dramm of Elm- hurt, HI. Mrs. Dramm is the former Ann Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Barnes, 2820 E. Broadway. Drye Engaged.To Wed (Burgman's Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Ted E. Drye, of 306 West Linden avenue, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Joy, to Dave Hashberger, son of Rev. and Mrs. Harry Hashberger, of 2010 Ivortn street, city. A late summer wedding is planned. The bride attended the local high school and is a 1959 graduate of the Toccoa Falls academy in Georgia. She is attending the Indiana Business college, city. . Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of the local high school, is attending Asbury college in Wilmore, Kentucky, majoring in music. Mary Parkevich Becomes Bride In Orthodox Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Jovan Julovski are residing at 445 Connecticut street, Gary, following their marriage on .November 12 at the St. Mary's Orthodox church, Gary, with the Rev. Peter Rozdelsky officiating. Mrs. Julovski is the former Mary Parkevieh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Todor Koleff Parkevich, of 231 North Bank street city. He is the son of Sarafin Julovski, of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Slavcoj Julovich, of Gar}'. The bride wore a while silk organza gown fashioned with a Sabrina neckline with lace appli- ques and a floor-length skirl. A rhinestooe and seed pearl crown secured a veil of white illusion and she carried a crescent of two white orchids and white carnations. Miss Natalia Parkevich, of Chicago, attended her cousin as maid of honor and bridesmaids were MJSS Phvllis Grosdanis, and Miss Vera Park^vich, of city, a cousin of the bride. Miss Anastasia Julovich was junior bridesmaid and Lillian Parkevich, of city, a niece of the bride, was flower girl. Hi Troikoski served as best man and ushers were Ted. Petkovich, city, a cousin of the bride; Steve Mitrovich, a nephew of the bridegroom. Sieve Julovich, a nephew of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. Approximately 400 guests attended a reception at the church hall following the ceremony. She is a 1954 graduate of the local high school and was formerly employed with A. J. Olsen company. He is a graduate of the Institute of Technology of Belgrade and employed by his grandfather Slavco Julovich. Discovery of salt domes in the Gulf of Mexico bolster the theory that the gulf was once virtually a landlocked "dead sea," whose waters were saturated with salt. This would explain the gulf's underlying layers of rock salt, thousands of feet thick in places. After - Christmas THE FASHION SHOP SALE THE FASHION SHOP STARTS TUESDAY 9 a.m. DRASTIC REDUCTrONS ALL DEPARTMINT5 STRETCH YOUR CHRISTMAS MONEY ON FASHIONS , SAVE COATS SUITS DRESSES SWEATERS SKIRTS LINGERIE OPEN Ail DAY WEDNESDAY DEC. 27th FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE \_TffOP

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