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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 14, 1962
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•Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune ROYAL WEDDING—King Paul of Greece ex- wedding ceremony in Athens today. The cere- ,,changes crowns over the heads of his[daughter, raony followed llie Roman Catholic rites per-Princess Sophie, and Spanish ( Prince" Don Juan formed earlier in the day, (UPI Unifax.) ".'Carlos, during the traditional Greek Orthodox HALF MILLION CHEER AS PRINCESS WEDS PRINCE lATHENS (UPI). - Prince Juanj Carlos, who some day may be king of Spain, and Princess .Sophie of Greece were married today in dual Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox ceremonies reflecting the divergent religious backgrounds of their nations. The churches were packed with officials of the two nations and 150 royal guests. Nearly a half million Athenians cheered the charming young couple as they rode be- ceremony at the Church of St. Dennis. The pretty Sophie is becoming a Roman Catholic convert but the second ceremony, ail the Greek Orthodox church of the annunciation, was necessary so the marriage could be officially recognized in Greece. The crowds nearly w.ent wild with excitement when Sophie arrived at St. Dennis in her silver tween ceremonies in a great gold-1 satin dress covered with lace and en carriage drawn by six white horses. Sophie, 23-year-old daughter of King Paul, and Juan Carlos, 24- year-old son of the pretender to the vacant Spanish throne, first went through the Roman Catholic lulle and with a train six yards long, She wore a diamond necklace, a diamond tiara and a Cross. Between ceremonies the young couple returned to the palace in the golden carriage to give wed- dirig guests time to move to the Plan School Picnic At Final M.eet of St. Bridget Group 'Plans for the school picnic were made at the final meeting of the St. Bridget Home and School Association, conducted at the school recently with 35 members attending. >frs. James Johnson, secretary- treasurer, gave her report after which retiring president, Mrs. Charles Sharp, thanked all for their assistance during her two terms in office. The school picnic will be held May 29 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Fairview park. The attendance award went to Sister M. Paula's room. Rev. Father Francis J. M-eehan, pastor, was a special guest and gave a short talk. William Hopkins was appointed chairman of the new school cafeteria. The new officers are: Mrs. Anthony Jeroski, president; Mrs. Pat Rose, vice-president; Mrs. Leo Weber, secretary-treasurer. The committee in charge of the evening included: Mrs. Pat Rose, chairman, Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. George Kiesling, Mrs. Vernon Freeman, Mrs. Kenneth i Holton, Mrs. Charles Wilmoth, Mrs. Henry Curlin Mr. and Mrs. Warren Me- 137 Mothers Take Flights One hundred tnlrty-seyen mothers were given free airplane rides at the Logansport municipal airport Sunday in the annual observance of Mother's Day by manager Robert Williamson. - The oldest mother taken on a flight over the city was 88 years 01 age and the,youngest 17 years. 'It was the ninth consecutive year Williamson had given free rides to the mothers, having started the'event on his private airport north of the city in 1954. During the day the 1,000th mother was honored. A tolal of 1,137 mothers have been given -free rides since the plan was inaugurated. Pilots were W. 0. Sheppard, Virgil Joyce, George Stephen and James Ide. Ray Hipscher and Glen Small assisted the mothers in getting in and out of the planes. 20th Anniversary For EACs Today WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Women's Army Corps (WAC), 10,000 strong, got a salute from the nation's military services today on the' 20th anniversary of its World War n founding. 'Gen. George H Decker, Army chief .of staff, messaged the women soldiers that they were "firmly established as an integral part of the Army", as a result of their services in war and peace. Including the Air Force, Navy and Marines, the number of women in the services is more than 23,000. POTTED TOMATTOBS in Peat Pots Plant Pot and All Cabbage, cauliflower, mangoes, pimentoes, pansies, all varietio* of petunias and baddins plants. PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Double Dozen HO Honors Mothers The 'Double Dozen HD' club met a I the Mt. Pisgah church with each member bringing her mother or a guest for the evening. "The thing .1 remember most about my mother" was given in response to roll call by '22 members, followed with a talk on medical Ijypnolism given by Dr. Wise. ' ' Perrietta Appleton led the group in singing the song of the month as well as other old favorites. - Pat Jones, Charlene Seward, Carolyn Shriver and. Perrielta Appleton accompanied by Mary Shriver sang a specia\ Mother's Day Song. The club colors of yellow, and white were carried out throughout Ihe decorations by candles, jonquils, nut cups, cake and pol holders which . the guests and members received as favors. Potted plants were presented to the oldest and the youngest mothers 'present. Hostesses were Mary O'Donnell, Eleanor Hardy, Pat Jones and Betty Bell. BURNETTSVILUE WCTU Group.singing accompanied by Mrs. Ima Snyder at the piano opened the recent meeting 'of the Burnetlsville WCTU held at the home of Mary Rogers. "Believing In Our Children" was the theme'of devotions given by Mrs. Snyder. Rachel Landes gave the lesson taken from a chapler of the study book, "Today's Deceiver." Waneta Hartman read the minutes, followed with the salutes to the flags and roll call answered with Scripture verses. Get-well cards were sent i.o Mr. Landes, Mrs. Haines and Nancy Meeker. The Washington' letter was discussed and members were urged to support Ihe bill S. Res. 325. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Gertie Taulman. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ima Snyder. SEVENTH LINCOLN Seventh grade Lincoln Y-Teens conducted'installation of officers Thursday evening at which time mothers were special guests. Punch and cookies- were served following the installation. Plans were made for a skating party May 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Nick's Roller Rink. Members are to bring a sack lunch. More than 61% of all local ad' vertising dollars spent in 1961 were spent in daily newspapers, according to McCann-Erickson Preliminary Estimates. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! CromeOil Cold Wave $3.50 ONLY Including Haircut ,. , Open Daily 8:30 to 5 p.m. CLOSED All DAY WEDNESDAY LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP NEU SMITH, Operator Sth ft E. Broadway Over Bailey's Orthodox Church of the Annunciation about half a mile away. , The guests included the queen of Denmark; Queen Victoria Eu genie, widow of, the late 1 King Alfonso XHI of Spain; the queen mother of Romania; Prince Bernhard' of the Netherlands; former King Umberto of Italy and his wife, Queen Marie-Jose; ex-King Michael of Romania and his wife, Queen Anne, and Princess Grace of Monaco. Princess Grace drew the largest cheers when she stepped from the black limousine in her long blue dress. St. Dennis was banked with 45,000 red and. yellow carnations, the national colors of Spain. 'Lilac Time', Theme Of Who's Nevy Club Dessert Luncheon "Lilac time" was the theme for the dessert luncheon of Who's New club at its regular meeting, Friday at the ..Y.W.CIA. The individual 'dining tables were centered with lilacs arranged in wooden shoes and (he name tags were in the shape of wooden shoes decorated with the lilac motif. Mrs. David Loe, president, conducted the business meeting and announced that the annual May. Card party will be held at 1 p.m. the Y.W.C.A. annex. Final plans are being formulated and posters distributed. Tickets are available from members of Who's New. Mrs. Charles Clark, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Faye Riddleljerger of Faye's Coiffures who spoke on good grooming. She demonstrated both informal and formal hair styles with the iclp of her model, Mrs. Wilson Voorhees. The door prize, a shampoo, styling and manicure was won by Mrs. Dan Laymon. The 22 members and guests present enjoyed a- dessert of ice cream and strawberries and coffee. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. 'Donald Foster, Mrs. Leo Leonhard, and Mrs. Carol Edwards. 4-H News WASHINGTON The Washington township 4-H Club will host the township Farm Bureau on Tuesday at 8 p,m. al Jie school. Dr. Richard Willsey, Farm Safety Director at Purdue, will discuss farm safety. He will illustrate his talk. Boys Club pins will be presented, according to Waller Slentz, club leader. ADAMS WIDE AWAKE Twenty-three members' of the Adams Wide Awake 4-H club answered roll call .with a summer sport at a recent meeting. Flag pledges were given by Susan Grantham and Sue Markley. Darilee Peters presided at the business session.. The next meeting will be held on May 15. Read the Want Ads! Monday Evening, May M, 1862. I Social Calendar MONDAY 7 15 p.m.—Cass county HD Chorus, St. Luke's Lutheran church. 7:30 p.m.—Division 6, CWF, Mrs. Inabelle Morrical, '415 Highland. 7:30 p.m.—Olde Towne chapter; DAR, Mrs. Helen Gifford, 1230 High. 7;30.p.m.—While Rose club, Mrs. Essie Frye, 1810 Spear. 7 45 p.m.—Tourist club, Mrs. Henry Shoop, 2410 East'Broadway. 7 45 p.m.—Psi Iota Xi, Mrs. William Jones, 2330-Mayfair.' 7:45 p.m.—Tri Kappa, Mrs. E. L. Partridge, 2600 High street. 8 p.m.—Fulton OES, Masonic hall. • '••.'• TUESDAY Noon—Walton Literary club, Mrs. Clint Henry.' 1 30 p.m.—Onward Mothers of World War II, Grange hall. 2 p.m.—Lincoln Circle 1, Memorial home. CUPID ALMOST DISCOURAGED WHEN 'AGING' BRIDE,GOES O'N GOWN HUNT By JOYCE SCHULLER CHICAGO (UPI) - The agirtg bride (over 21, that is) has her problems and the biggest is finding a wedding dress that doesn't look like it's designed lor the junior prom. T|ie short wedding dress, Favored by so many brides "getting on in years," appears to be in particularly short supply. And, in my case, at least, hard- pressed salesladies tried to pass off some unlikely substitutes — like the dowager-type beige 'lace with surplice brought., out on neckline my first they foray into the bridn'l • shops. It came in half sizes, "but maybe they could make it up for you in size 9," the saleslady'ventured — straight-faced. She evidently didn't grasp the situation, and I explained that I was the bride, not the mother • of the bride. The selection wasn't much better at the next shop where they brought in an 'armload .of fluff, apparently to prove it was too jthful.: for me. Maybe, I [nought, I shoujd consider applying for social security instead of a marriage license.' . But, undeterred by the slings and arrows of outrageous sales- .adies, I continued the quest. It wasn't easy on the salesladies, either. . " Admittedly, I'm a lough customer. I. can't seem to close my eyes when I try 'on a sample dress,' size 18, in vivid turquoise, and imagine how it would look in ivory, size 9. I also don't see why I should wear a tvteed suit, even if that's what one saleslady said she would choose if she were getting married again. It's true, I do have a taste for something more sophisticated nan the scoop-necked, lace-hung, jutlon and bow-backed gowns favored apparently by many young- ir brides.. But I was unprepared for what I saw is a swank suburban shop ' SOCIETY St. Joseph Hospital Auxiliary will entertain its members . and guests at a May party Thursday ?vening at 7:45 o'clock at the lospital. —•&•— ' Past; Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Nell Bradfield, 1430 North street. Progressive HD club will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Peg Willard, 008-Hlh street. ' L.S. to B. .of L.F. and K. will meet Wednesday evening at 7:3(1 o'clock at Memorial home. A social hour will follow the meeting. Mental Culture club will meet 'or a guest day luncheon Thursday afternoon 'at 12:30 o'clock at Ihe Ben Hur. A speaker from the Bunker Hill AFB will be featured. The WSCS of the Clyniers Meth- dist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Laura Galloway. The WSCS of the Clyerms Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. United Lutheran Church men of St. Luke's church Wo- will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock with' Mrs. Oscar Homburg. Mrs. M'ae Porter is the leader. ASSOCIATE BSC DEGREES Phono A-1354 Fort Wayne, Ind. Summer ZJerm ^une 11 \^ * Business Administration & Finance * Secretarial Science * Professional Accounting' ) With ll.B.M. — gold-threaded, sequin-encrusted sheaths, slit at the sides to mid-thigh; slinky jerseys; strapless and backless draped numbers. Evidently I don't know "high style" when I see it. "These 'dresses are the most elegant on the North Shore," the saleslady snapped. , Somewhere along the line, ] got 'around to emphasizing I wanted something in white, ivory or a pastel. .But that didn't slop one saleslady from showing me a flashy blue and yellow number lhat looked like the Swedish flag. That also wasn't quite what 1 had in mind, which moved the saleslady to say: "Wqll, what ol it ... you're only going ; lo wear Another saleslady assured me she knew, just-what I wanted, "but they don't make lhat kind of thing this, time of year." "Now, if. you'd gotten married last January, or if .you wanted to wait till next winter. . ." she suggested. P.S.' I gave the idea some thought, but decided not to wait. I'd be one yesr older next year and id would Be .that much harder to find the' dress, not to mention the husband. , Deer Creek HD 1 Views Slides and Conducts Auction Slides of .Europe were shown and a miscellaneous auction held at the Friday evening meeting of the Deer Creek township HD club No. 1 at the Young America ichool. Wilma Stafford, president, welcomed four guests, Judy Wilson, Martha Wood, Mrs. Hopper and Mrs. Raymond Reed. The creed was recited and Theresa Downham led the pledges. Eva Barbour read the history of the song of the month and led singing, accompanied by Bess Smith, Maud Wilson offered devotions on "Mothers of the Bible." Emily Chambers read the secretary's report and an invitation to be guests of the Walton club Aug. 7. Announcement was made of the Purdue conference in June and leaders' training lessons were selected and sent to the HD agent. Mrs. Wilson reported on flowers and cards. Mrs. Chambers and lertrude Stafford were awarded the Mother's Day flowers. Mrs. Reed showed slides of her trip to Europe after which an auc- i was held. Hostesses were Margaret Smith, Lucille . Weese arid Isabel Snyder. SEVENTH FAIRVIEW New officers were installed by the Seventh grade Fairview Y- Teens during a session Wednesday at the school. Kay Shanks, president, presided at the business meeting when the secretary-treasure? reports were given by Nancy Frushour. Janet Warner, program chairman, discussed the final meeting of the year. . It .was voted to hold a skating party on May. 23 at 4 p.m. Mrs. Robert Smith, advisor, conducted the. installation of officers for the following: Sharon Grauel, president; Marsha" Johnson, vice-president; Rita Smith, secertary-treasurer; and Carolyn Burke, inter-club member. The program chairman then introduced Janice- Klumpp who spoke .on her experiences at an| all Negro camp last summer. GEORGIA'S 'BEST' — Kalherine Eugenia Cross, left, "Miss Georgia of 1962," Js congratulated by Glenda Brunson, last year's queen, after the green-eyed brunette won her title iit annual competition at Columbus, Ga. KaUierine will represent Georgia in the Miss America Pageant, at Atlantic City this summer. (UPI) Amaranth Court 4 Conducts Memorial Service At Meeting A memorial service was held by the Logansport Court No. 4, Order of the Amaranth, during the regular slated meeting Thursday evening at the IOOF hall. Gretchen Smith and Charles D. Hume, royal matron and patron, presided. Tom York, of Peru past grand royal patron was escorted to the throne and given grand honors as also were Elizabeth Spencer, assistant grano lecturer of Court No. 4, and Mildred Fair, grand represents live to the slate of Connecticut. Sebar Ward, Wilbur Zieg and Clara Conrad, past royal patrons and matron, were given heart} welcomes. Elizabeth Ireland gave (he secretary's report and Elizabeth Spencer the treasrrer's account. A memorial service was helc in honor of Ollie Davis, .Fredie Newman, Ive York, past granc matron, and Arthur Rosenhloom. Wilbur Zieg gave imoressive eulogies. • Charles Hume gave an interesting liistory of the Amaranth and Happy Birthday was sung to Gretchen Smith and Tom York. The silver offering was received and the session closed in regular form. Refreshments were served in the dining room lo 28 persons in attendance. A birthday cake was given to Gretchen Smith and Tom York. A contest on mother was conducted with Effie Wright and Elizabeth Ireland winning. The committee included Clara Conrad, Gretchen Smith and Opal Hume. DR.O.LBRAUir Reg, Podiatrist Foot Speciallil FOOT AILMENTS Offica 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednasdays—Friday! 9-4:30 Dykemah Guild of Memorial Hospital Conducts Election A ne,w slate of officers was presented, at the Thursday afternoon meeting of the Mary Dykeman Memorial hospital Guild, conducted,at (he hqspital dining room. The following guests were in attendance: Florence Meeker, ol 'Union township; Sylvia Martin and Carol Small, of Walton; Mary Ann Bowman and Ruby Black, ol New Waverly; and Mrs. Donald Deane, city. The business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. Robert Lowe, with the monthly hospital report from Mr. Fromm and general reports from various committee' chairmen 1 being given. Mrs. Donald Kampenga reported on the April Maternity Tea; Mrs. William McCune advised thai jie Guild had given approximately 148 hours of hospital service during April; and Mrs. Roberl David told of her"visit to the Tri- Stale Convention at Chicago. 'Another orientation session for in-hospital work will be held on May 24.. It. was voied to purchase ,wo pegboards for use in decorating at the bazaar. Mrs. R. J. Morrical presented ;he .following slate of officers for ;he coming year: • President, second term, Mrs Robert Lowe; first vice president, second term, Mrs. Robert David; second vice president, Mrs. A. R. Taggart; corresponding secretary, tfrs. ponald Kampenga; record- ng secretary, second term, Mrs. Herbert Small; treasurer, Mrs. !vor Burrough; and advisor, Mrs. •Yank Wilkinson. These members were elected by vote and will assume their responsibilities at the next meeting. A discussion was held regarding he advisability of 'having programs at each rneeting, after which the business session was adjourned. Estimates show that newspapers received over '10% of the total advertising dollar, volume in the U.S. for 1961. ' STATE 'MOWiPliAYIiNG FLIGHT SKYLINE Open 7;00 Dial 4802 TONIGHT AT B:00 DF THE TUESDAY 115 BOCK NIGHT $'1.00 Admits a car OR'iTRUCKlLOlAO BBiIoan Shown.pit 8:40 only ' | IMPORTANT! Be turn la s»t your "Motion SicknoM P!H»" at th« Box Office, PLUS— Shown at 7:00 & 10:00 Also iPluto Cartoon NOTICE APPEARING NOW thru MAY 19th . BOBBY SHERWOOD i'&JS&; PHYUIS * DORNE QUINTET A Talented Musical Group Direct From Miami Beach You've seen them on T.V. . . . now see them in person I GET YOUR RESERVATION EARLY CASA GRANDE Kokomo, Ind. St. Joseph Group Honors Graduates, Installs Officers Graduates were guests at * covered dish dinner meeting of the St. Joseph Home and School Association, staged recently at the school. Centering (he serving table was a large cake inscribed with the names of the graduates. There were.100 persons present for the event.. Installation of new officers was conducted as follows: Mrs. Leo Brown, president; Mrs. .lames Smith, vice-president: . Mrs. Jack Cotner, secretary; and Mrs. Leo Weaver, treasurer. .Announcement was,made of Ihe school picnic to be held May 28 at Spencer park, Eighth grade pupils were in charge of the program which included the singing of a group of songs by Ihe t'liiss, accompanied by Sister Lyola. Several skits, including "Our ABC's," "This is Our Life," "Our Thanks," "Class Prophesy" and "Last Will and Teslament." were presented, Awards were made to Proper Singers: Beth Ann Perrone and Kathy Hatcher, for Ihree years of service; Thomas Alberts. Frank Henry', Marsha Cotner, Lynn Feltig, Cynthia Hallcn and Rita Whaley, two years; Mary Ann Szewczyk, one year. The American Legion's Outstanding Boy and Girl awards went lo Beth Ann Perrone and Thomas Alberts and the awards c high scholastic average for Ihe school went to Phyllis Mat- lingly and Thomas Perrone. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Maurice Koley gave a talk, summarizing the year's activities, Door prizes went lo Sister Ann Patrice, Joseph Loner and R. J. Bryant. Eagle Booster Club Elects New Officers, Plans Installation Officers were elected at (he Thursday evening meeling of the Ladies Eagle Booster club at (he club. Elected were: Vera Gust, president; Margaret PresuUo, vice- president; Alta Foust, chaplain; Ei-ma Walls, conductress; Hazel Bmmerd, inner guard; Ruth Seward, secretary; Mary Jo Hurl- hurt, treasurer. In stallation will be held May 24 following a banquet to be served by the men of the Eagles. The dinner will bo. at 6:30 p.m. and members planning lo attend are to contact Harry Dumphy as soon as possible for reservations. Cards were played with prizes going lo Bertha Lester, Mary toolhman and Lola Gearharfc Mary Jo Hurlburt, Erma Walls and Rose Baker won door prizes. Lola Gearhart was chairman. POSTPONE MBETING The meeting of the Eel township' HD club No. 2, scheduled for Tuesday, has been postponed until May 22. WANTED! 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