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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 13, 1962
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAEOS-TRffiUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 13,1982 Wed In V^iiaaimac Service H. Arthur Button and bride, the former Sybil Craigmile, were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony on Sunday afternoon, April 29, at the Winamac Presbyterian church. She is the daughter pt Mr. and Mrs. Howard Craigmile, of the Winamac vicinity, and he is the son of MJ\ and Mrs. Harold Sutton, of Star City. The Reverend Fred San ford, of Winamac, and the Reverend Byran K. Johnson, of Star City, officiated at the 2 o'clock rites. The altar was flanked with palms, candelabra and, baskets of white snapdragons, with Shasta daisies. White satin bows marked the pews. Mrs. Donald Grostefon was organist and accompanied the soloist, Donald Grostefon, of Winamac, when he sang bridal selections. Miss Helen Ericson, of Naperville, 111., was maid of honor while Martha Bingham, of Chicago, a cousin of the oride, attended as a bridesmaid. Both wore identical gowns of mint green taffeta. The sleeveless bodices were fashioned with boat necklines in the fronts ending in V's in the back and cummerbunds at the waistlines. The skirts were styled with bustles accented with bows in the backs. Their colonial bouquets were of Marguarite daisies and organza leaves secured white drc'ular veils. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a floor j length gown of Alencon lace over taffeta. The bodice was molded with a scalloped Sabrina neckline and long tapered sleeves. A bauHimt skirt of BAD NERVES? You Need O.ur Nerve Remedy Positive Results $1.15 BUSJAHN'S Drug Store organza over two tiers of hand clipped lace Formed scallops at the bottom of the skirt whitjh fell into a chapel-length train in the back. The organza was caught Up at intervals by rosettes to form the scallops. A full veil of while French illusion, was caught to a pearl tiara and the bride carried a white Rainbow Bible, topped with white orchid and lily-of-lhe- valley. Tom Capper, of Star City, served as best man and Stanley Handschu was groomsman.-Ushers were Dale Hiatt, of Star City, and Bruce 'Redman, of Chicago. Maureen Schneider, of LaPorle, a cousin of the bride, was Flower girl. She appeared in a white organza party dress, featuring a yellow ribbon sash. She carried a while basket with yellow streamers and filled with yellow rose petals. In her hair she wore a wreath of daisies. The mother of the bride selected a beige silk Shantung dress with matching accessories while the mother of the • bridegroom chose a French .blue larce over taffeta dress with bone accessories. Both wore a corsage ol camellias and yellow, .roses. The couple greeted approxi' mately 275 guests at a reception following the ceremony in the church parlors. The bridal table was decorated with ivy, daisies and candelabra. Centpring the table was a three- tier wedding cake topped with a bridal couple. .Punch, mints anc nuts were: served with the cake For a trip to the Gulf of' Mexico and Florida, the bride' departec in a grey 'Suit trimmed in pink with pink accessories. She wore a corsage from the bridal bouquet. The bride, a graduate of the Winamac high school, attendee Valparaiso University and is junior in .the School of Nursing Masonic Hospital, Chicago. The bridegroom is a'graduate of Ihe Star City high school and a grad uate of Indiana University. Mrs. Sutton will continue her nurses' training and her husband will farm with his father. Announcing NEW LOCATION 702 Burlington Ave. NO PARKING.PROBLEMS la VERNE'S BEAUTY SALON Same Phone 3657 Open For Business , * THURSDAY, MAY 17th Old and New Customers Welcome minions 408E.MARKET ST SPECIAL PURCHASE DRAPERY YARDAGE First CMity-FulI Bolts 48 W and 54" widths c 9 YD. Beautiful new printed drip, dry eotfan fabrics. • VtAT DYED • PRE-SHRjUNK Colorful new spring patterns. • Moderns • Fiords • Scenic CitlNiTON'5 Downstair* ''. Store - Noel StaggS and bride Ihe. former Judy Ann Franklin were uniled in marriage, during a double ring ceremony at the Friends church, Danville, Ind., with the Reverend Lloyd King officiating. She .is 1 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. Franklin, of Danville, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Osco H. Staggs, of 885 Sherman street, city. Miss Sondra Fritsche was maid of honor and Dewey Masseng- hill was best man. The flower girl was Lisa Winn, a niece o[ the bride, and ring bearer was Johnny Franklin, a brother of the bride. Ushers were Allen Keeney and Roger Tolbert. All of the attendants were from Danville. A reception for" 150 guests was, held immediately following the ceremony in the church basement. The couple plans to.reside in Charleston, S. C.,.where he is stationed with the U. S. Navy. > • YWCA Calendar i Jeanette Meinzer, executive director, announces the schedule of divides planned'for the coming •veek at the YWCA as follows: .londay',. May 14—Pre-school ballet' practice for revue, annex, 10 and 10:30 a.m.; .millinery elass, annex, 1 to 3 p.m.; Seventh Riley Y-Teens, cabinet meeting of new officers, TAPD room; 4 p.m.; ballet practice, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; Ninth Y- Teens, installation of. officers, annex, 7 p.m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge club, clubroom, 7:30 p.m.; Sigma Phi Gamma, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 15—Ladies Day Out, coffee hour, 9 to 9:30 a.m.; painting and sketching class annex, 9:30 a.m.; golf class Dykeman park, 9:30 a.m.; ballet practice, annex, 4 to 6:3( p.m.; Eighth Lincoln Y-Teens bowling party, 4 p.m.; goll class, Dykemampark, 5:15 p.m.; Hi-Tri I. picnic at Dykernan park, 6:30 p.m.; Sevneth Riley Y-Teens, annex, 7 p.m.; YWCA bridge class, clubroom, 7:30 p.m.; Inter-Racial 'club, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 8p.m. Wednesda'y, May 16—Pre-school ballet class, annex, ,10 a.m.; ballet, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.nr, Fairview Y-Teens, skating party, 4 p.m.; golf class,' Dykeman park,. 5:15 p.m.; Hi-Tri II, installation of officers, annex, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17—YWCA Bridge club, pavlors',,1 p.m.; first advanced ballet class,'" annex; 4 to 6:30 p.m.; swimming class, higl school, 6:45 p.m. Friday, May 18—Ballet class,. an: nex, 4 to 6:30 p.m. . Saturday, May 19—Ballet classes annex, 9, 10:15 and 11:15 a.m. and 1 p.m.; beginner's ballel class, annex, 2:115 p.m.; junior high canteen, annex, 7 to 9 p.m DR.O.LBRAUN Reg. Podiatrbt Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North St. 1OGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 WtdneJldayl—Frfo'avi 9-4s30 •COLLEGE Troth To John F. BiarrouLgh 'Miss Judith Ann Vernon pledged her nuptial troth to John F.: Burrough during double ring rites Saturday, April 28, at the Broadway Methodisl church with the Reverend Raymond Echols officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Vernon, of 827 Nineteenlh street, and the groom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. John Burrough,,rural route 1, Lucerne. Branched candelabra, palms and bouquets of white roses, and blue-tipped carnations provided a setting for the 2:30 o'clock ceremony. Mi's. Jane Mayhill was accompanied by Mrs. Wilmer Flory, organist, when she sang "Deep in Mother-Daughter Dinner Staged By Broadway WSCS A Molher-Daughtet banquet was staged by the WSWS of the Broadway EUB- church Friday evening at the church dining room with 55 present. A .pink and white motif prevailed in. the decorations with pink and white 'baskets marking each place, Mrs. Joseph Huffman, president, opened the session and Mrs. Clarence Settlemyre, program chairman, introduced the speaker, Mrs. John Baker, who reviewed the book, "Mama's Way." Gifts were presented to Mrs. Eugene Cowell, mother of the youngest child, and Mrs. Hazel Edwards, mother of the most children. Hope circle was the hostess group for the evening with Mrs. William Carney as chairman. Margaret Ranee, Logansport ligh school junior, has been se- ected to take part in> a week- ,ong summer Latin conference for 50 outstanding Hoosier high school students July 8-14 at Indiana University. The conference, sponsored by the f,U. classics department, is the first of its kind to be attempted in the area'of foreign languages. It is planned to -give the students an introduction 'to college life and college work in the classics, anci to acquaint them with oppor-tuni lies for teaching in this field. The participants were chosen by a University committee from nominations by high school teachers. Scholarship and ability were the prime considerations in the final selections. Barbara Groves And Robert Brant Wed In Kokomd Rites Barbara Groves became the bride of Robert R. Brant Friday evening ,May 4, at 7 o'clock at the . Grace Methodist Church in Kokomo.' The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Johnson of rural route 1, Akron, and parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Brant of rural route 1, Camden. The Rev. John Sayre officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Billie Arnold, of Indianapolis, and the brother of the groom, Owen Brant, of Indianapolis, served as best man. The bride was graduated from the Peru ^High School and is employed In the office of the .Chrysler Die Casting plant in Kokomo. "The groom was graduated from Deer Creek High School, attended Purdue University and served two years in the U. S. Army at Ft. Lewis, Wash. He is employed is a. supervisor with the Chrysler Transmission Plant at Kokomo. After a trip through the southern part of the state they will be at home at 1810 N. Morrison St., Kokomo. Miss Chloe Tahguy To Marry Captain Don Pfefferkorn Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Tanguy of rural route 1,, city, announce .the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Chloe Anne, to Captain Don Pfefferkprn, son of Mr. and Mrs, Lee L. Pfefferkorn, of Lockhart Texas. The .couple will be married June 23. The .bride-elect, a graduate o the local high school, attendee Principia College, Elsah, Illi nois; Goucher college, Baltimore Maryland; and the local busines. college. She has been employed in Civil Service work for the past fiv< years.' Her fiance, a graduate of th> Lockhart high school,.^ wa graduated from the Texas , A and M. college in 1952 and 1 ha: served with the U. S. Air Force since that time. He is presently stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana. My Hear,t Dear," "I'll Walk With Go,d," .and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Susie Maple, oF Peru, attended the bride as maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Patty Weida, of Fort Wayne. Flower girl was a niece of Ihe bride, Lee Ann Kniesly. Dan Burrpugh served his brother as best man, and ushers included Bill Vernon, Bill White and Larry Rains, all of this city. Given in marriage by lier falh- IVthe bride appeared in a gown satin brocade, featuring a coop neckline and long tapering eev'es. The bell skirt was baller- na - length. Her shoulder - length eil of illusion was secured to a atin bow headpiece. She carried crescent bouquet of'white roses nd orchids on a whjte Rainbow ible. The bridal attendants were aired in' identical gowns of ice lue satin, designed 'with scoop ecklines short sleeves and bell <irts. They carried crescent.bou- uets of white pompons and blue treamers. Their short veils were ecured to blue chiffon bow head- ieces. The flower girl was sim- arly attired. The mother of the bride chose Tight blue silk dress wilh while ccessories while Ihe g r o o m' s nother selected ainavy blue and /bite dress with white accesso- es. Both wore orchid corsages. A reception was held at the hurch basement following Ihe eremony. The serving lable was overed in white lace and center- d with a three-tiered cake flank- d with crystal punch bowls and andelabra. Hostesses were the Misses Janet 'ennett, of Chicago, Peggy Kiser, ndianapolis, and Dee Burrough, ister of the groom, of Lucerne. For traveling the bride chose lack silk shantung sheath wilh hite accessories. Following hort wedding trip, the couple residing at 2C0414 Sutherland, ndianapolis. The bride is a 1960 graduate of lie local high school and is em- Joyed by Lake Central Ajrlines n Indianapolis. Her husband is .959 graduate of the Lucerne high ichool and attended Fort Lewis college at Durango, Colorado. He s employed by the Indiana Slat overnment in the Toll Bridge Commission at Indianapolis. A rehearsal dinner was stage< :he night before the wedding anc shower was given, for the brid jy her attendants on April 21. STOCK REDUCTION SALE 20% OFF EVERY ITEM m THE STORE 2 DAYS ONLY MONDAY AlNID TUESDAY-MAY 14and 15 Also one lot of merchandise Drastically Reduced! TOY & TOT SHOP 1228 East Broadway Phone 4563 Schiff's for your WEDDING SHOES Big Shoe Store 404 I:. Broadway -rench Theme To 3e Featured At LHS'PromMay 18 "Lc Vieux Carre," the name of le French gardens in New Or- •ans, has been selected as Ihe leme for tbe annual Logansporl igh school Junior-Senior Prom lo e staged Friday evening, May 8, from 9 to 12 p.m. at the Fair- iew gym. When translated from the 'rench, the theme means "the Id square," and the decor will esemble a courtyard in Ihe 'rench Quarter of New Orleans, cenery will depict buildings ound in the square and tradilion- 1 wrought iron will also be sed. •• * Tables, covered with red and while cloths, will be centered with candle-dipped wine bottles. 'A French flower cart and a COMMENTS AND - CRITICISMS CUSTOMER'S REMARK I enjoy this launderette very much, but a music box or a record player would, make more people, come here. I went to another launderette about.a week ago, and the only thing I liked about it, was the record player. But I like this place because it gets our clothes cleaner. If it was not for that I would not come here. I like this .laundry, so please get a record player, or you will lose a lot of business. OWNERS' We (REMARK happy that are sure the washers are doing a good job, and we do want your business. Ws want to thank you for .your fine .comment, arid w.e are sorry about the music. We love good music, too, but when the washers and dryers ( are running, it is hard to hear.' You are welcome to bring your radio and plug it in. MOTHER'S DAY Today is MOTHER'S DAY, and BEST WISHES to all of them." M—is for the million things she gave me. O—is that she is growing . old. T—is for the tears she shed to save me. H—is fo'r her heart as pure as gold. E—is for her eyes with love light shining. • R—is right, and right she will always be. •MOTHERS' and their families ' are always welcome at the SUN BRITE LAUNDRY. SUN BRITE LAUNDRY 841 WEST BROADWAY LOGANSPQRT, IND. Sharlyn Martin Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. Earl Martin, of Walton, anouncc the engagement of their daughter, Sharlyn Sue, to Terry Lee Wray, son of Mr, and Mrs. Kerm.it Wray, rural route 1, Greentown. •Miss Martin attended the Tiplon township high school. Her finance attended Harlington high school, Harlington, Texas, served four years .with the U. S. Air Force and is presently employed by the Olin Mathieson Chemical Compa'ny, Peru. The couple plans a summer wedding. balcony will add to (he decor. The enlranceway will resemble a garden entry decorated with greenery with n pathway of rocks and a gate of wrought iron. Decorating at the gym began Friday and early in April the decoration committee began work on the scenery. Paul Kenney's band from Lafayette will provide music for dancing. Refreshments of cake and punch will Ire served. • Co-chairmen of the prom are Connie Carr and Mike Kave. POTTED TOMATOES in Peat Pots Plant Pot and All CabbagA, cauliflower, mangoes, pimcntoos, panties, alt varieties of petunias and bodding plants. PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 PloalaiK Hill Wedding Perfect" For the Mother of the Bride (or Bridegroom) A garden of flower* in a shear bouclace costume ensemble. Th« 'dress cultivates a trim lino "and features a lovsly jewel ,;"•' trimmed open neckline. Tha collarless jacket is bordered with trim tucks—its necklln* flower blooms to full dimension. Pick your fashion bouquet In blus, navy, beige, green or pink. sir«: U'A to 2014 $3995 326 E. BROADWAY

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