Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 16, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 16, 1962
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune • Logan-land Couples Plan Nuptials ; SHEETS—BREIT Mr. and Mrs. August Sheets, of Ockley, announce the engagement o.f;their daughter, Marlene, to Stephen Breit, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Breit, of route 2, Woodburn. The couple will be married on September 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Trinity Methodist church, Lafayette. Miss Sheets is a 1960 graduate of. "the Delphi high school and a graduate of the Indiana Business College. She is employed with Kii-by Risk Electric Motors, Inc., Lafayette. Her fiance, a 1958 graduate of the Woodburn high school, will graduate on June 3rd from Purdue university. He is majoring in agriculture. :CUNNINGHAM-ROBINSON The engagement of Patricia Ann Cunningham to Ernest Eugene Robinson is announced by her mother, Mrs. Jean Cook, of Delphi. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Robinson, of Delphi. •The bride-elect will graduate frqm the Delphi high school on May 27. Her fiance, a 19S1 gradu- ate of the Delphi high school, is employed with Fairfield Manufacturing, Lafayette. No wedding date has been set. SELL-SCOTT A summer wedding is being planned by Miss Marcia Lou Sell and Donald Lee Scott. The engagement and forthcom ing marriage is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Sell, of Brook, Ind. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott, of route 2, Brookston. Both the bride-elect and her fiance are 1961 graduates of In diana State Teachers college. She is employed in the auditing division of the Internal Revenue service, Gary. He is a teacher at the Rushville high school. BROWNE-CHRISTENBEIIRY The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Barbara Anne Browne to Leonard Chr tenberry, of Monticello, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Browne, of route 1, Delphi. The couple will be married on Saturday, May 19, at 7 p.m. at the Christenberry home, 818 Woodlawn avenue, Monticello. Femininity 4 Scores In Sportswear ' V J*Women's summer sportswear for 1962 is not only feminine and chic but fun—comfortably gay even for the most casual wear. The hip-hugging pant, .the newest favorite in sportswear fashions, is made for the slim figure and with it is worn the very short cropped top and the shirt that ties in front. In addition there is the new extra long shirt, a favorite with the teen set. For the most casual activity, the'knee knocker je'an is the newest thing, and shorts have evolved to a Jamaica or extra short length, replacing the Bermuda. . Ruffles are found in both short cropped tops and the longer overblouses. Collars are a rarity and in fabric styling, patterns and stripes hold the limelight. Colorwise, red, white and blue are most popular, with variations from darkened tones to creamy light ones. In fabric, denim is enjoying a comeback and duck shows up in exciting new styling for boating devotees. And last but far from least is the favored "sweatshirt" that has become a glamorous overblouse in feminine colors and patterns. The picture at the left is an example of this evolution of the "sweatshirt." Now it's called a fleece-lined cotton knit over- blouse, patterned in pink, blue, yellow and orange on a while background.. Styled with a boat neck and three quarter sleeves, it's worn with white duck Jamaica shorts, At the right is the new look for jeans in these knee knockers in navy blue denim. The collarless gingham shirt has long sleeves and barrel cuffs in a red bandana print with a matching kerchief. The summer season promises a well-fitted look in sportswear, with the accent on femininity. \ Social Calendar . WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m.—Alpha Kappa chapter, Alpha Alpha Omicron Alumna, Purcell's. 7:30 p.m.—Clymers WSCS, church. 7:30 p.m.—United Lutheran Church Women, Oscar Homburg. 7:30 p.m.—L. S. to B. of L. F. and E., Memorial home. 7:30 p.m.—Cheerful Helpers class, Broadway EUB church hall. . 8 p.m.—Washington township HD, Carroll county, Mrs. Robert H. Hinkle. 8 p.m.—Progressive HD club, Mrs. Peg Willard. 8 p.m.—D. of A., Past Councilors' club, Lelah McCain. THURSDAY Noon—Adams township HD and Bethlehem township HD, community building. 12:30 p.m.—Mental Culture club, Ben Hur. 1 p.m.—YWCA Bridge club, YWCA parlors. 1:30 p.m.—Wayne Friendly HD, Mrs. Nancie Daily. 1:30 p.m.—Wayne Progressive HD, Mrs. Nora Penny. 1:30 p.m.—Shiloh CWF, at church. 2 p.m.—St. Veronica study club, Mrs. Anna Grusenmeyer. 2 p.m.—GIA Social club, Mrs. C. R. Messerly. A masterpoint game was played at Tuesday evening's session of the Open Pair Duplicate Bridge club at the Captain Logan. First were Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, of Kokomo; Dr. and Mrs. Charles Viney, second; Karl Austin and Bill Dimmit, third; Paul Kraut and Mrs. Paul Longnecker, fourth. BONNELL REUNION The ninth annual Bonnell reunion will be held Sunday, June 3, at Fail-view park. Royal Center O'E'S Marks Special Days During the recent meeting of the Royal Center chapter,No. 375, OES, Mother's Day and Memorial Day were observed. •A- memorial service was held for Mrs. Nelle S. Johnson, past grand matron of Indiana OES, and Miss Mabel Johnson, of the local chapter. Three members of the Order of DeMolay, Logansport, presented "The Flower Talk." Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Bridge and Mrs. John Plo,ss v»ere extended congratulations in honor of their 25th wedding anniversaries and presented with flowers. The visit of the District Deputy, »Tiss Dorothy Griest, of Twelve Wile, and initiation of candidates were announced for the stated meeting on June 13 at 8 p.m. In- pection by Mrs. Sara Scott worthy grand matron, during a oint meeting of the Kewanna chapter No. 322, Fidelity chapter No. 58, and Royal Center chapter, vill be held at the Royal Center ligh school gymnasium on Saturday, July 14. The OES members and the Masonic lodge and their families will hold a picnic at the Royal ienter Rea park at noon on Sunday, August 12. Refreshments were served in ,he dining,room, after the close of chapter? ASTRONAUT'S FAMILY — Technical prepara- • lions for astronaut Scott Carpenter's three-orbit mission rolled along steadily today but the '•weather picture darkened for the scheduled Saturday launch. Carpenter is shown with his family, his wife, Rcnec, and their children, left to right, Kristen, S; Robyn Jay, 10; Mark Scott, 13; and Candacc, 5. (UPI Unifax.) Mothers Guests Of Sunshine Girls At Burnettsville There were 109 persons present at the Mother-Daughter tea, staged by the Sunshine Society of the Burnettsville high school recently at the school. ; Yellow tulips and .white lilacs, carrying out the Sunshine colors, decorated the tea" table. Candlelight installation of officers was conducted for the following: Elaine Busier, president; Jo Sands, vice-president; Barbara Simons, treasurer; Janie Hornung, recording secretary; D r i e n a Myers, corresponding secretary. Kay Taylor, retiring president, opened the session with Dorinda Davidson giving the welcome. Mrs. Hilda Davidson gave the response. Roll call was taken with each girl introducing her guest. Mrs. Anna Waite presented a talk and displayed her collection of3uttons. The Honky Tonk Boys, Jeff Saylor and Al Hornung, entertained with musical selections and a pantomime. Secret pal gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Sales in the nation's 54,000 drug stores reached a new peak of $8 billion in 1961. Druggists do most of .their advertising in their local daily newspapers, where they invest 73% of their total ad budgets'. 1.5 billion lines of retail advertising were placed in daily newspapers in 1961, according to Media ftccords' 52 City Index. Daniel Webster PTA Elects and Installs Officers at Session Election and installation of officers highlighted the Tuesday evening meeting of the Daniel Webster PTA at the school. The final session'of the term was conducted by -William Wilson, president, and opened with a demonstration on phonin 1 ' by Mary Jane Buck, assisted by first grade students. She explained the association of letter symbols with sounds in tea'ching the children to read. Mrs. Don Mattson and Mrs. John Lamb gave the secretary and treasurer.reports after which the nominating committee, composed of Mrs. Don Pear, chairman, Mrs. Frank Paul, Jr., and Mrs. Harriet Keppel, presented the 'following slate of new officers: Harvey Miller, president, Mrs. John Germaine, vice-president; Mrs. Don Mattson, secretary; Mrs. Robert Gifford, treasurer. Mr. and Mi's. Quentin Danely, .past co-presidents, conducted installation. It was announced that PTA patrons had donated trading stamps and coupons 'o the PTA for the following new items for the school: two coffee carafes, a magnetic can opener and,kitchen utensils, three s silver serving trays and two table cloths. The PTA also purchased furniture and drapes for the teacher's lounge, a teacher's directory and a tran- Pottowattomie HD Votes on Lessons For Coming Year Lessons for the coming year were voted upon at the recent meeting of the Pottawattomie HD club at the home of Phyllis Chell. Jo Tilley, president, conducted the meeting. Pat Grant offered devotions following the minutes, roll call and history of the song of the month. Ruth Sundy reported on the group's adopted patient and a letter from the Circle 3' HD club, accepting joint meeting plans for September, was 'read. The Homemakers Conference at Purdue was discussed, . . The lesson on herbs and spices was given by Sally Scotney who was assisted by Loda Finks in preparing food discussed in the lesson. Refreshments of pizza, a relish plate, spiced .beets and carrots, cheese dips and citrus spiced beverage, prepared during the lesson were served. Juli Olsen won the door prize, • sistor radio. : Betty Edgerly, social chairman, was assisted by _Mrs. Wallace Dibble, Mrs. Frank* Tolbert, Mrs Vera McCain, Mrs. Robert Cris man' and Mrs,. Warren Enyeart at last night's meeting. DR.O.L.BRAUN 4 / Rag. Podiatrist Fool Specialist FOOT ARMENTS Office 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 S Wednesdays-Friday. 9-4:30 / Ill- After May 17, William Berk- teiser and bride, the former Miss Tulia Ann McCain will make their home west of Mexico. The couple was united in marriage during an impressive afternoon service at the First Methodist church, Peru. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hayworth, of Peru, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Berkheiser, of Mexico. The Reverend Arrin Manifold officiated at the double ring rites before an altar flanked with palms and seven-branch candelabra. White satin bows marked the pews. Several bridal airs were played during the service by Mrs. Blanche Hammond, organist. A blue chiffon nylon dress with a lace trimmed balero and a full pleated skirt was worn by Mrs. Richard Smith, matron of honor. She ! carried an arrange' ment of pink carnations. Richard Smith, of Mexico, served his brother as best man and Don Mctfain, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, a brother of the bride, and Floyd Berkheiser and Charles Berkheiser, brothers oJ the bridegroom, were ushers. Given, in marriage by her fa ther, the bride appeared in a waltz-length full skirted gown ol white silk organza. The embroidered bodice was molded with a round scooped neckline. A fin' gertip length veil of white illusion was secured to a crown of pearls accented with embroidery. She carried an arrangement of ivy and stephano,lis, centered with with a white orchid. Her pear Jewelry was a gift of the bridegroom. The mother of the bride ap- >eared in 'a beige silk sheatl dress accented with olive green accessories while Mrs. Berkheisei wore a powder blue rayon linen 'rock. Both wore a corsage o" pink carnations. Mrs. Roland Salt/, an aunt o ;he bridegroom, registered the juests in the church parlors. The couple greeted 150 guests at a reception held at the Peru Civic Center. A flounce of blue, organdy and net skirted the serving' table which was centered with a three tier wedding cake iced in blue and topped with a miniature bridal couple. It was encircled with Huckleberry foliage. Mrs. Howard Huddleston, Mrs. Ja'ck Gross p and Mrs. David Gy sin were hostesses. For traveling to the Smoky Mountains, the bride departed in a green and beige two-piece dress accented with beige accessories. She wore a corsage from the bridal bouquet. The bride is a 1961 graduate o! the Peru high school and the bridegroom is a 1960 graduate o, the Mexico high school. He is em ployed with the A.G.P. corpora tion, Peru. Fulton OES Pays Tribute to'Mothers A Mothers' Day program was 'eatured at the meeting of Fulton chapter No. 376, OES, Monday evening. Bouquets of spring flowers decorated the chapter room. Worthy matron, Elsie Graham, conducted the business meeting when 'associate matron,' Merle ?ry, reported the brother of larold Miller ill and that" her daughter, Pam, is recuperating satisfactorily. Invitations were read to the receptions of worthy grand patron, David Miller, on May 26 at oshen, worthy - grand matron, Sarah Scott, on May 19 at Dana; nd representative, Emma Maudlin, at Logansport; and visit of district deputy on June 5th. Merle Fry was appointed to ft committee. District deputy, Dorothy Griest, will visit -Fulton chapter on June 11. Practice for .nitiation will be held at the next meeting on May 28. Poem "Mother" was given by Vfervine Rentschler and also a poem on Mother and "A Mother's iertificate" .was read by the Worthy Matron.; A report of the 18th District Association meeting at Gilead on May 11 was -given by Joyce Maran and Olive Manning.- Refreshments were served in the- dining room by Ruth Rentschler, Phyllis and Clifford .Wray, Christina Rouch, K a t h r y r Rentschler, Ocie Clevenger, and. Virginia Ditmire. The same committee will serve at the next meeting. POTTED TOMATOES in Peat Pots Plant.Pot and All Cabbage, cauliflower, .mangoes, pimentoes, panties, all varieties of petunias and bedding plants. PLEASANT HILL • GREENHOUSE 1016 Pltaiant Hill ' SOCIETY Broadway Presbyterian churcl will meet for a barbecue suppei Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wayne Price, 1303 High street. -•&St. Cecilia study club of St Joseph's church met recently will Mrs. Ray G-albreth at which time plans were made for a June pic nic at the home of Mrs. Lloya Bugby. The hostess served re fresliments at the close of the meeting. -&Lincoln Circle No. 1, Ladies o the GAR, met Tuesday at Me morial home with Adelia Shafer president, in charge. Bunco am refreshments were enjoyed. Mrs Hattie Mae Jackson, of Nev York, was a guest. Grace Miller won the door prize. The nex meeting will be 2 picnic June 19 with Mrs. Mable Jackson. Wednesday Evening, May 16, 3962 ommittee For June Antique Show Earned By Jayettes Plans for the antique show were discussed at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Jayetles, conducted at the Rafter Room by Marilyn Wolf, president . A report on the husbands' party April 28 was made. It was reported that the Jay- elles have purchased snack sets io help with the furnishing of the Jaycee club room, the Rafter room. The antique show June 8, 9 and 10 was discussed with Pal Wilkinson appointed as chairman of the following committee: Judy Redin, Nancy Rynearson, Ruth Coffman and Eileen Copeland. Bingo bridge was played with prizes being awarded. Dixie Neher and Shirley Moss were in charge of the raffle, Hostesses were Frances Elder, Betty Weber, Donna :01sen and Rita Musselman. A silent auction was planned for next meeting to- be held al the home of Grady Wolf. Exemplar Chapter Holds Installation The new Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Xi Gamma Xi, held its initial meeting Monday evening at the home of Sue Kiesling. The president, Pat Cronin, led n the' opening ritual and the exemplar degree was conferred lor Dolores Rcnnewar.*, Donna Randolph, Corrine Mattes, Betty Robertson, Nadinc Swartz, Suzanne Fiedler, Joan Hipsher, Sue Kiesling, Beverly Hipsher and Pat Cronin. Betty Robertson and Corrine Mattes were in Jiarge and also conducted the installation of new officers. The new officers installed included: president, Pat Cronin; vice-persident, Dclores Renne- wanz; secretary, Beverly Hipsher; and treasurer, Nadine Swaiiz. Refreshments of cherry delight and ice tea were . served by the hostess, following the closing ritual and mizpah. The next meeting will !>c the Mother's Day banquet on May 24 at the Ben Hur at 6:30 p.m. Qarlene ^ IIT vir^x •V.F ,-•».' if •* p t jj.t.ifi til^i , '«IS**y« ft- A ^ > ^ \ 4 / RUSH ACT—Barbara Yarmas, 6, finds hcrse.lt playing the part of substitute mom as she gets the rush act from a couple of lambs at Palisades Amusement Park, Palisades, New Jersey. The slightly crowded conditions didn't even discourage their' hunger. (UPI Unifax.) SALE OF EARRINGS Values to $3.50 2 ;pairs for $1 Fernbaugh Jewelry Store 416 £. Broadway beautiful beach rtrimming Chic look, sleek line, and a new openwork border that takes a daring dip in back. That's Rick-Rack 11 by Darlene —the fully fashioned swimsuit that gets its shape from seamless curves, built-in bra, and sculptured fit that's knit right in.Dartex® Ban-Lori® and rubber. Sizes 8 to 16, $19.98 Others $9.98 to $2«.95

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