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PAGE TWELVE THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT.-INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, UtL Bride Of .E. Allen'Becker •In. .Culver. Rites-, Thursday SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Noble Pretzman Photograph Miss Judith Ann Furry pledged her nuptial troth to E. Allen Becker during impressive double ring rites Thursday morning, December 28, at Culver Military Academy's Memorial Chapel. The Reverend William C.'' R. Sheridan, of St Thomas Episcopal church, Plymouth, Indiana, officiated at the ceremony at 11 o'clock before an altar banked with white flowers -and lighted tapers. Pews were marked with greens and white ribbon. The bride is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eugene Furry, of Plymouth, Indiana, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Edwin H. Becker, of 2611 East Broadway, city. Mrs. Mearl Gates, organist, provided bridal selections. Mrs. D. H. Finke, of Seattle, Washington, attended her sister as matron of honor, and bridesmaids were the Misses Pamela Parkhill, of Mahomet, Illinois, and Mary Anna Becker, sister of the groom, city. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Susan Furry, sister of the bride. Nelson Becker, city, served his brother as best man, and ushers Purity Rebekah Lodge To Install Officers Monday Purity Rebekah lodge No. 127 win meet at the IOOF hall Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock for installation of officers. The installing officer, Gladys Nice ,and her staff will install the Mowing: Gladys Wolfe, noble grand; Justine Hinkle. vice- grand; Florence Kreigh, recording secretary; Lether Copeland, financial secretary; Betty Leazenby, treasurer; and Bea Bow- snan, trustee. Refreshments will be ^served by a committee and a good attendance is desired. included Bill Furry, brother of the bride, Plymouth; Al Smith, Indianapolis; Ron . Mayhill "and John O'Neill, city; and Rod'Todd, Culver. •-' The bride, given in marriage by her father, .was lovely in a gowr. of ivory satin brocade^designec with a fitted bodice, Bateau neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. A small bow.-accented the pointed waistline in front, and un pressed pleats in' back cascaded into a court train. Her mantilla type veil" was fashioned of im ported Belgium lace. She carried a cascade bouquet of white or chids. The bridal attendants appeared in identical gowns of royal blue satin perla. Designed with scoop necklines and elbow - length sleeves, the gowns featured slim floor-length skirts with a self rose in back. Their hats were crown- shaped in satin perla accented with a self rose. They earned white fur muffs to which were attached white camomiles. The mother, of the bride selected a red wool costume suit with brown accessories while the groom's mother chose a pink ribbon knit dress with matching jacket and black'accessories. A reception was held'at the Plymouth Country club following the ceremony. The decqrations included a white .flocked Christmas tree and holly.. Following a wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside in this city. For traveling the bride chose' a kelly green wool suit with a matching hat and black accessories; The bride is a' graduate of Sullins college, Bristol, Virginia, and attended Butler. University. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority. Her husband is a graduate of the summer "naval school at the Culver Military Academy and attended the University of Colorado. He is associated' with Alpha Industries in this city. Miss Carolyn Sue Reeser became the bride of Charles Daniel Sel- denright during a double ring ceremony on Saturday afternoon, December 16, at the Ninth street Christian church. The 2:30 o'clock rites united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reeser, of 425 Minor street, city, amd the son of Mr. and Mrs.-Clarence D.- Seldenright, of Midvale, Ohio. . The Reverend William E, Neer- iemer officiated at the service before a .kneeling bench backed by standard of, white gladioli, and pompons, tinted turquoise. On The Bi'a Difference In Stores Today li The Way People Are Treated 4/ FIRST FLOOR UNHEARD OF SAVINGS DURING OUR WHITE™ and sale of Starting Tuesday, Jan. 2 See the Golden Rule ads in Tuesday's evening paper and Wednesday's^mbrning paper. ••''•' . :. . - ' .' ''. ••' Buy Nowl Save Nowl 409-415 E. Broc.dway-Shop-Tues.-Sat., 9-5, Fri. 9-9 lie' Cabiiness Bride*Elect Engaged To fiuane Meeker (Harrington's Studio) Mr.'-'and Mrs. Bernard C. Cabiness, of 3106 Summit avenue, city, announce the engagement "of their' daughter, Sandra Sue, to Joseph -B. Casalini, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guido Casalini, of 713 W. Broadway, city. , .'-. No wedding date'has been set. Miss Cabiness is ; a 1959 graduate of the local high school and is employed witfcthe Pharos-Tribune. Her. fiance, .^also a 1959 graduate of the local high school, is employed locally with the MacDonald Engineering company, of Chicago. '_ __^______ Carolyn Sue Reeser And Charles Seldenright Wed Hobby Display.At Golden Age-Club Meeting Friday The Golden Age Club win meet January 5 at 1:30 in .the Y.W. annex. Members will answer roll call with "My Hobby" and display samples of their work. There -will be an exhibit of rugs, quilts, and other handwork. Miss Lois Eldridge, local teacher, will speak on "Familiar Tunes of Broadway" and Mrs. Joan Kline will present accordion selections. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Lynn O'Neill and Y. W. hostesses. ' POSTPONE ZION MEET The January meeting of the Zion Methodist WSCS has been postponed. The group will con- vene'in February. THE HONEYWELL ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER * 'Cutsfdusting'and cleaning time .'••.. * Saves on cleaning and '. redecorating bills * ' Make's your home a nicer 'place to live ^ ; .;'.•• Because it removes airborne particles electronicaljyirithe Honeywell -.Electronic .Air Cleaner traps everi the small-;est bits of dust, dirt, smoke,' pollen, soot ana cooking g'reasjB. It'silO times more ef- fective'than ordinary fibec.fil-: ters, which' cannofvcatch the', microscopic particles that soil , •.and stain ypur home and make you uncomfortable. ••• ' . Call us for further. informs.-. tion. •-..-' ;: SHAWS and «BB!ttGERATK>N. 79 S. 6th Dial Our Recommendation: "30 years experience; 20 years in the business; oldest firm of our kind in Logansport." either side was a seven branch candelabra. The pews were marked with turquoise bows, . , Esther Hamilton was organist and accompanied the soloist, Carolyn Jamison,' when she sang ^Sweetest Story Ever Told," "Because," and "The Wedding Prayer." . • • . Mrs. Martha Flohr, of'427 Minor street, attended -as matron of honor while Mrs. Adrienne Brew, of 429 Minor street, and ..Mrs. Alrene Zinsmaster, of Scottsburg, Ind., were bridesmaids. Attending the bridegroom-, were S/Sgt. Robert Boeckelmann, of St. Louis, Mo., A/2c Karl Gomicfc, of Whitepigeon, Mich., and A/2c Charlie Highlander, of Washington, D. C. Given in marriage by her father; the bride appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. The fitted bodice was molded with a Peter Pan collar and long sleeves tapering to bridal points over' the hands. Soft folds marked the hipline of the bouffant skirt which cascaded into a circular chapel-length train. She wore a fingertip-length veil of white illusion and carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and white pompons tinted turquoise. The matron of honor wore a street-length dress of turquoise] with a scooped neckline ending in a V in the back and short sleeves. Her ensemble was accented with' a white pearl hat and a colonial bouquet of white carnations and white' pompons tinted turquoise. The bridesmaids dresses and flowers were identical to those of the matron of honor. Sherry Zinsmaster - was flower girl. She was attired in a blue and white dress and-wore a hat of white carnations. Brett Reeser was ringbearer. . • ' The mother of the bride selected a navy blue dress with black accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The couple greeted approximately 100 guests at a reception following the ceremony in the church basement, . Hostesses were Shirley DeWitt, Joann Porter, Barbara Brazzle, Hosie Reeser and Nonna Reeser. A":turquoise and white color scheme prevailed in decorations: The serving taible"was Centered with a four tier wedding, cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. 1 , For traveling the-bride chose, a .lavender suit with black accessories and ; a corsage of'white carnations from the bridal bouquet. " A 1959 graduate of the Washington township high • school, the bride is "employed with the-Logansport Spring Company. He is a 1958-graduate of..the Midvale high school and" serving with the U.S Air Force, stationed at the Bunker Hill AFB. . The couple is residing at the Logan Mobile Homes, route 6, city. Sara X Underbill To Wed , (Harrington's Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Hurcy Purdy, of 1105 E. Market street, city, announce the 1 engagement of their daughter, Kay Ann, to Duane Meeker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Meeker, or route 2, city. , No wedding date has been set. Miss Purdy, a 1959 graduate of the local high school, is employed as assistant office' supervisor with the Prudential Insurance company. She is a member of the Delta Theta Chi sororify. Her fiance is a 1958 graduate of the local high school. He is employed by A. 0. Smith in Delphi and is attending Purdue University. ^_ ; _^_ (Harrington's Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert 0. Underbill, of Delphi, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sara Jane, to David Smith, son of Mr., and Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of Burrows. •Both are graduates of the-Delphi high school. She is also a graduate of Wedekind's Beauty college and employed with the Marinello's Beauty Salon, Lafaye'tte. He is employed with the Alcoa Aluminum company, Lafayette. ''• . ANN LANDERS Girl Now Well-Liked But By Wrong Kind Of People Dear Ann Landers: I am a high school sophomore who has never been very popular. I decided this year I was going to make a success of myself. I sent for your booklet -"How To Be Well-Liked" and I read it five times. Your system works, but it attracts the wrong kind of people. The girls Pro dying to have notice me still don't know I'm alive. The dogs stick like glue. I've been getting telephone calls from several pests lately. My mother commented that I'm becoming pretty popular all of a sudden. She doesn't understand that I don't care for any of the girls who call. I think I was bet-j ter off the other way. | Please write another booklet on 'How To Be Well-Liked By The Right Kind of People." Thank you.'- FAILURE AT IS Dear Failure: Please don't bum- rap the booklet Before you read it you weren't attracting ANYBODY. Now at least you're getting~ some attention, even though it's not from the,girls you want. Just keep at it, Boy, and memorize the last paragraph on page one. • • • * Dear Ann Landers: Our son is Five years old and his father has yet to call him by his given name. He wanted to name the child after his father and I haled that name so I named him after my father instead. My husband has been mad at me ever since, and he takes it out on the boy. It hurts me to see him ignore his own son. We have a younger daughter and he fusses .over her constantly. I'm sure the boy feels left out.,I'm afraid if my husband doesn't warm up soon they will never'/ have a decent father-son relationship. What can I.do? — B. WILDER- ED ••;-. Dear B.: .You manufachs'-sd a good share of your,trouble by running rough-shod over your husband's wishes. Now' you-,must make' thV best of the situation by trying, .to persuade your husband that.'a child needs love'and affection: from both parents.'When he fail&.to-getit the results can' be devastating. • ^ , . -, • ', If your husband cannot warm up to the" boy suggest professional help. • -•;.. .'."*** . •. . .Dear Ann .Landers: My husband's brother is' driving me buggy. He is unmarried and makes this his second-home. When he" first moved to this city he didn't have a job. He lived with us for 13 weeks. I fed him; did his laundry,-picked up after him and even kept my mouth shut when he accidentally set fire to .the couch with his cigarette. It was only after I went out and found him a job that.he^went to work. Now he'rents a room eight blocks from us. He eats dinner here every night and then;beats us to the TV set so he can" get the channel he wants. Last night he -handed me his soiled clothes and said, "'Would you mind tossing this in the machine—the, laundry was., closed when I got over there." My husband-says I should be happy he feels so at home. Should I7-FRAZZLE Dear Frazzle: Happy, my eye. What kind of a marriage is it that allows a third party to hang around constantly? I suggest you introduce this leech to a few girls you don't care much about. Does almost everyone have a good tune but you? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "How .To Be Well-Liked," enclosing with your request 20 cents 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 of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Copyright 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. Delicious compote: Thawed frozen peaches .mixed with fresh orange.and grapefruit sections. Jr. D. Oil's Gather For Party Members of the Junior Daughters of Isabella and their dates' were entertained at a Christmas party at the home of Anna Marie Kitchel. Festive decorations included a white lighted tree against a background of Christmas cards. Dancing was held in the. recreation room and refreshments were served by Miss Theresa Amelio, sponsor, -and Mrs. Kitchel. Note to new cooks: The broiling time for meat depends onjhe thickness of 'the meat, not on its weight. by Francis (Bill) Wright HAPPY NEW'YEAR We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patronage in 1961. With another year just beginning, our hope is that our pleasant association can continue on through 1962 and for many years to come. We're certain that you appreciate the value of professional attention and we resolve to faring the best and latest beauty- trends available to you. Have your resolutions include professional hair conditioning. No matter how smart your coif, may be^if your hair is dull and lifeless it will be unattractive; Eastgate Beauty Mark, Eastgate Plaza, Logansport. 4831. Ever use orange juice instead of inilk...,to ' combine with eggs when you are preparing a dipping mixture for French toast? MtftLBRAUN f\ ft«9, Podiatnrt Foot Specialist , FOOT AJLMENTS Offic. 314 North St. , ' IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 , f Wtdnndayi—fria'aym 9-4:30 \-' COMMENTS AND CRTOSM5 COM'MEHTS Nona CRITICISMS ' - None COAWUUNiTS Yes, we have a few. We are going to try to take care of them right after the first of the year. We want to start the MEW YEAR, (1962) with a clean slate. We want to wish our OLD CUSTOMERS, our NEW CUSTOMERS, and our FUTURE CUSTOMERS A HAPPY and A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. Freda E. Schmidt Robert D. Schmidt National Bank of Logansport, Owners. SUN BRfrt UUNDRY 841 West Brogdwiay logansporr, Indiana 4th at MARKET ST. 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