Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 24, 1961 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 24, 1961
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PAGE THIRTEEN SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24,1961 —Burgman's Studio Ronald Roller and bride the former Linda Campbell exchanged nuptial vows during an impressive double ring service on Saturday afternoon, December 9, at the Third street EUE church. The 2 o'clock rites united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campbell, of 1616 Royal Center Pike, city, and the son of Mr. and Mrs." Loral Roller, of 1537 Erie avenue, city. The Reverend Harold Bond officiated at the 2 o'clock ceremony before an altar flanked with candelabra decorated with flowers and-palms. Bridal airs were played by Miss Fern Gugle, organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a street-length gown of white satin, fashioned with a bouffant skirt. The fitted bodice was molded with a sweetheart neckline and full-length sleeves. A shoulder- length veil of white illusion was secured to a crown of pearls and the bride carried a colonial bouquet of white roses and lily-of-the- valley with foliage. Miss Cheryl Campbell attended her sister as maid of honor. She appeared in a pink chiffon dress with a full skirt and a bodice styled with a rounded scooped neckline and short sleeves. A short veil was caught to a crown of roses and her bouquet was made of white and pink roses. Doug Forgey, of route 1, city, served the bridegroom as best man. The bride's mother wore a champaign colored sheath dress with a lace jacket accented with magenta accessories. The mother of the bridegroom selected a blue jersey dress with red accessories. Both wore a white gardenia corsage. The couple greeted approximately 60 guests at a reception immediately following the cere- COMMENTS AND CRITICISMS CUSTOMER'S REMARK Why don't you get new magazines? The old one's are getting boring. Thank you. A regular customer. . Ghia Jean Hunt 324Vz East Market St. Logarysport, Indiana OWNERS' REMARK Thanks Miss Hunt, for your criticism. You are right, they do get old very fast. Everything and everybody gets older as time rolls by. What is news today, in newspapers and magazines will be history tomorrow. It sure .is heck to get old. Several of our customers do bring their magazines in and place them on the tables. Many of them are very interesting. We want to thank these customers for their kind deeds. MERRY CHRISTMAS We want to wish all of our customers and our friends, A VER.RY MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY NEW YEAR. To the Culprits who have robbed us and damaged our equipment, we want to wish them and their families A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY NEW YEAR too. SUN BRITc LAUNDRY •41 West Broadway logansport, Indiana mony in the church basement. Hostesses were Mrs. Dick Arion, Miss Nancy Waddups and Miss Joquita Campbell. The serving table was covered with a white cloth edged witfi bells, and centered with a four tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Crystal appointments added to the decor and punch, nuts and mints were served with 'the cake. Both are 1960 graduates of the local high school. The' bride attended Indiana University and the bridegroom is employed with Wagner & Surendorf Inc. , The couple is residing at 1201 Smead street, apartment 3. Pattern LCicky Find Sew-it-in-a-Day Dress—no waist seams,, fitting problems, or fussy details. Choose a cheerful, washable print to wear at home, shopping or working. Printed Pattern 9236: Half Sizes 14'/3, 16>A 18'/ 2 , 20'A 22>/ 2 , W/ 2 . Size 16% takes 3 yards 39- inch fabric. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, Logansport Press, 365 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. YOU'RE INVITED to a Fall- j Winter fashion spectacular—see ilOO styles to sew in our new (Pattern Catalog. No matter what size, you'll find it! 35c. ORDER OF DEMOLAY The Order of the DeMolay will convene Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock for a stated meeting followed with a Christmas party at the Masonic Temple. The DeMolay Mother's circle will hold- its meeting at the same time and location. Refreshments and entertainment for the Order of DeMolay party will be furnished by the circle. SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS - Former Local Teactier Is Bride In Rites Saturday. January Wedding Planned V ^^ Fiancee Of Thomas Porter The banana is first in volume of fruits which enter international trade. —Harrington's Studio Mr. and Mrs..Bernell Platt, of 2013 Spear street, city, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mary Louise, to Larry M. Leffert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Leffert, of route 3, city. The wedding will take place on January 21st at the Market street Methodist church. Miss Platt is a 1961 graduate of the local bgh school and employed with Hart Schaffner & Marx company, Rochester. Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of the Washington township high school, is employed with the Farm Bureau Co-op, city. Barbara Ann Davis Engaged Mr and Mrs. Elwood M. Stanbery, of Fort Wayne, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Barbara. Jo, to Thomas Smith Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Porter, of 1203 Broadway, city. - Miss Stanbery is a senior at Purdue university. She is affflated anu u, e gluul u „ with Alpha Delta Pi social sorority and a member of Sigma ™ute 5, reru, ana i g Alpha Eta national honorary for speech and hearing therapists. ! the son of Mr. and Mrs Jasper Her fiance is a graduate of the local high school and Purdue C. Com, of Dahlgreen, HI. Mrs. Hunter D. Coin was Miss | tiny mums and holly. Velma Wolf prior to the couple's i Street-length dresses of royal marriage Saturday afternoon, i D i ue velveteen were worn by. the December 23, at the Church of the bridal attendants. Designed with Brethren.Peru, with the Reverend Claude Wolfe officiating at the double ring rites. . The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Wolf, rural 5, Peru, and the groom is university School of Mechanical Engineering. He is employed with the Adams Division of LeTourneau-Westinghouse, Indianapolis, as plant engineer. The wedding 'will take place on June 23rd at the Plymouth Congregational church, Fort Wayne. ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Jo, to i Wane Dale Potts, son of Mr. and Charles Potts, rural route Good Will Class Observes Yuletide The Good Will Sunday school class of the Miami Baptist church met Friday evening at the -' home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Patton for a Christmas party. Mrs. Ruth Cabiness, president, opened the meeting, and carols A seasonal motif prevailed in the church which was decorated with poinsettias, and the altar was banked with twin branched candelabra and bouquets of white scoop necklines, the dresses featured bouffant skirts of soft pleats. Matching headbands and shoes were worn and their bouquets were cascade arrangements of white Fugi mums and holly. A light blue velveteen dress was worn by the flower girl with a matching headband. Miss Lois Brown, city, registered the guests. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall following the ceremony.Holiday decorations Miss Marilynn Smiley, of Os-i marked the white-skirted serving wego, New York, was organist and accompanied Paul Halladay, of North Manchester, when he sang "I Love Thee," "I'll Walk Beside You" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Ruth Ansline, of Cleveland, Ohio, attended the bride as maid table that was centered with a four-tiered cake. Hostesses were Mrs. Ed Robison, Mrs. Maurice Musselman, Mrs. Ed Bargerhuff and the Misses Evelyn Davis and Claudia Wolfe. Following a short wedding trip, the couple will reside at rural were sung. Mrs. Patton offered!of honor, and bridesmaid was,route 4, Greenfield Ind. For prayer. Charles Hine gave devo-jMiss Margaret Piety, city, Suzan-1 traveling the bride chose a gold prayer, tions on Christmas You." A short business meeting was conducted with Mrs. Agnes Flory reading the - secretray-treasurer . _ account. The next meeting will Hickerson, of Muncie and Otho ico A xi 11 ic ea« t v^ vu- i •—-- — -"-~-e ,•--«- , — . the topic, "Whatine Coin, niece of the groom, of!knit dress with black accessories. Means to 'Me and | Champaign, El., was flower girl. The bride, formerly first grade Attending the groom were his teacher at Jefferson school, city, brothers, Jasper C. Coin Jr., of (is now teaching at Warren town- Dahlgreen, and John Coin, of (ship near Indianapolis. She is a Champaign. Ushers were Dean | graduate of Manchester college ' ~" ' ' ~" and Indiana University. The groom is -a graduate of the University of Illinois and Peabody, Davidson Portraits The Reverend 'and Mrs. Walter C. Davis, Jr., 93 East Market street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Gary LeRoy Helvie, son of Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Helvie, 866 Garfield avenue. A summer wedding is being planned. Miss Davis is a graduate of the local high school and the Logansport Business College. She is employed as secretary to the Director of Nurses at the Logansport State Hospital. Her fiance is also a local high school graduate and is employed by Delco Radio, Kokomo. 1, Idaville. No wedding date has been set. Miss Yoder, a graduate of the | local high school, is employed at 'the Logansport Machine Co. She is a member of Phi Gamma Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of the Bumettsville high school and is engaged in fanning. be with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller with the men to entertain. Mrs. Mary Rhodes and Mrs. Mary Kline were in charge of entertainment." Mrs. Agnes Flory, Bert Rhodes and Charles Kline won prizes. Gifts were presented to each member by the hostess and refreshments were served to 18 members from a table decora- led in keeping with the season. Wolf, Fort Wayne. Given in marriage by her father, field Junior high school the bride appeared in a gown of! college and is'teaching at Green- candlelight brocade, designed with r: " 1J T ""'" T - ; " 1 ' ™ v "" 1 a fitted bodice, scoop neckline and elbow-length sleeves. The floor-length skirt fell in soft folds into a chapel train. A pearl tiara secured her fingertip veil. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid, surrounded fay In 1829 Sir Charles Weatstone, an English physicist whose family made musicial instruments in London, invented the bass system used, in modern-day piano-accord- Ardell Jane Price Becomes Bride Of William Withrow Miss Ardell Jane Price and William R. Withrow were united in marriage during an evening service Monday, December 18, at the parsonage of the Market street Church of the Brethren. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Price, of 630 Marleton road, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs, Mary S. Withrow, of 1261 Smith street, city. The Reverend Herman B. Lati' dis officiated at the 6:30 o'clock double ring ceremony. For her wedding, the bride wore a two-piece wool sheath. The fitted bodice was fashioned with a jewel neckline and short sleeves. A 1958 graduate of the local high school, the bride attended' DePauw university.. She is employed in the office of the J. C. Penney company. The bridegroom attended the THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-1 Hh St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, interiors DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES local high school and enlisted in the U.S. Air Force electronics school, of Biloxi, Miss., and is stationed at Laughlin AFB in Del Rio, Texas. The couple is residing at Key Club Plans To Hold Alumni Banquet An Alumni Night banquet of the Key Club of the Logansport high school will be held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Captain Logan hotel. Paul Beck, chairman of the committee in charge, said approximately 80 persons are expected, as members from 1956 on are welcome. Tom Huston, a past president Wheatland. After February they!of the club ,now a student at plan to make their home where Indiana University, will speak on he is stationed with the Air Force. I the topic, "The Road We Took." For The Convenience of Late Shoppers WE Will BE OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY, DEC. 24th 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. The Weal Christmas Gift with the True Christmas Message . . .is Flowers. PLEASANT HILL GiREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Phone 5144 409-415 E. BROADWAY-MAI 4166 After-Christmas CLEARANCE Starts WEDNESDAY, Jan. 3 See Our Sale Ads in Tuesday's Evening and Wednesday's Morning Papers! Save On: Coats-Dresses-Shoes Children's Wear-Men's Wear Sportswear-Intimate Apparel SHOP Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. 9-5, Fri. 9-9

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