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' PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 20,1903 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bedding, of Delray Beach, Florida, former local residents, announce the recent marriage of their daughter, Linda Lou, to Jarnes William DuVall, son of Mrs. Elinore DuVall, of Delray Beach. The bride attended Purdue University and was formerly a stewardess with American Airlines out of Chicago. Her husband attended Eastern Michigan college and is employed by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. The couple is residing at 234 N. E. Thirteenth street, Delray Beach. Mother-Daughter Party Staged By Mothers Of War 2 Twenty-five mothers of World War 2 unit 18 and their guests met at the Memorial Home Friday for a mother-daughter party. Marie Anderson offered grace prior to the covered-dish noon dinner served at tables, decorated with spring flowers. Gladys Bowyer, state president, was a special guest and presented with a gift. A greeting was given to Louise Hardin, national song leader of the local unit. Beverly Renkenberger, Christy McKaig, Patty McKaig, Kathy Myers, of the Noble township school presented a musical program. Lois Lucy accompanied at the piano. They sang "Spring Is Coming," "Now The Day Is Over," and "Do, Re, Mi." A duet, "Memories," was given by Patty • McKaig and Kathy Myers, followed with a solo, "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," sung by Lois Lucy. . Helen Barnett read a poem, "Mother's Day," and Marie Anderson also read a poem. "Ceaseless Love of Mother." Happy Birthday was sung in honor of Mary Baker who was also presented with a gift. A present was given to Charlotte Clay, the oldest mother attending. Corsages were given to all in -attendance and presented by ' Florence Gangloff, president. Mildred Frey won the contest prize and other game prizes were won by all present. The program was in charge of Marie Anderson and Helen Barnett, co-chairman, and Bertha Burk was dining room chairman. • All members are urged to convent at the honor board on Memorial Day. The time will be announced later. MONDAY The officers of the Disabled American Veterans auxiliary unit 53 will hold a special meeting Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the clubroom. JUNIORS-SENIORS FIND MEANING D WORLD CHARM 9 AT LH! A courtyard in the French Quarter of New Orleans was recreated for the annual Logansport high school junior-senior prom held Friday evening at the Fairview school gymnasium. "Le Vieux Carre," the name of the French gardens in New Orleans, was the theme, meaning "the old square" when translated from the French. Reigning over the gala event as queen and king were Jane Wasson and Bob; Wolf. They were crowned by Connie Carr and Mike Kay, general, co-chairmen. The decor was strictly French and resplendent in the charm of a past era, creating a setting for an old French courtyard. The decorations featured scenery depicting buiildings found in the square, traditional wrought iron and huge orange and white parachutes forming the ceiling. The couples went into the French setting through an entranceway resembling a garden entry decorated with shrubbery and rocks and a black wrought iron gale. After the 127 couples found their way to the "courtyard," they danced to the music of Paul Kenny's band of Lafayette. Colorful candle-dipped wine bottles holding flowers, centered the tables, covered with red and white cloths. One -of the main attractions was a 13 foot tree encircled with a wooden bench, where couples had their pictures taken. A French flower cart, rocks and a three dimensional building added to the decor. Also featured were a 75-foot black''wrought iron balcony and a garden setting with a white picket gate and white iron furniture. Refreshments of punch and cake were served by Janis Kitchell and John Laymon, Lib Hendricks and Don Perfetto; Pat Shanks and Mark Maudlin; Barb Gohl and Fred Winters; Patty Martin and Tom Molique; Joan Brookmyer and Mike Mee; and Marty Hugh and Wayne Hopper, OFFICERS-CHAIRMEN Lysine Denham, president of the junior class, was escorted by Mike Kaye, co-chairman. She appeared in a yellow taffeta formal with a white lace bodice. Connie Carr, co-chairman, wore formal of white eyelet over aqua taffeta. He escort was John Streu. Paul Hillis, president of the senior class escorted Maureen Strong who wore a pink and white formal. Carolyn Fulton was escorted by Paul Bauer, vice- president of the senior class. She was attired in a white chiffon formal accented with a green cummerbund. ' The vice-president of the junior class, Pat Herron, appeared in a blue and white silk formal. Her escort was Bill Warner. Jerry McClosky, was Carolyn Bentlage's escort. Treasurer of the junior class, she wore a rose colored for•mal of satin and organza. Marsha Miller was escorted by Charles Lane, treasurer of. Ihe senior class. Her dress was.white nylon with'green accents. Sharon Harvey, secretary of the junior class, appeared in a white taffeta formal. Her escort was Pat Mod- land. Carl Dunbar escorted Connie Wyrick, secretary of the senior class. She wore a sapphire blue and white formal, Dody Porter, decoration co-chairman, was escorted by Bill Franklin. Her floor-length gown was of pink satin, David George, co-chaiiman of decorations, escorted Janet McDonald, powder room chairman, who wore a peach chiffon dress. Carol Ristedt wore a white nylon gown and-was escorted by Gene Isaacs,, picture chairman. Karen McKeever, • refreshment chairman, • was escorted by Chuck Fiedler. She wore a white organza over yellow taffeta gown. The program chairman', Cindy Hall, was escorted by Jon. Oldham. She. appeared in a white and gold chiffon dress. Mary Frances Vesh, chaperone chairman,'wore a gown featuring a black taffeta bodice and white eyelet skirt. Her escort was Dave Larson. Wearing a white formal was Pat Porter, escorted by Bob Orr, tables and, chairs chairman. Jim Closson escorted Ethel Brown, scrapbook chairman, who wore a blue, dotted Swiss dress. Marcia Shaff wore a royal blue chiffon gown and was escorted by Jim Marshall, publicity chairman. The, ticket' chairman, Fred Homburg,' escorted Sharon Cable who wore a gown of white tiers over blue embroidered flowers. Bonnie Rohrbaugh, king and queen chairman, wore a white chiffon' and lace gown. Her escort was Tom Shaver. CHAPERONES The chaperones were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mertz; Mr. and Mrs.' L'Dean Cornelius; Miss Gertrude Johnson; Joe Weaver and Miss Mary Lynn Orr; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Denham; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herron; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Benllage; Mr. and Mrs.- Charles T. Harvey; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kaye; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Carr; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ulmer; Mr. and Mrs. Russel Fiedler; Miss Mary Pitman; Mr and Mrs. Carl Zimmerman; Mr.and Mrs.Norbcrt Kniesly; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sullivan; Dr. and Mrs, Paul Burnett; Richard Wilbanks and Miss Joan Ewing; Jack Rice and Miss Mary Paris!. COUPLES ATTENDING Couples attending the prom included: Jake Laete and Joy Gulp;, Bob McBride and Jane Rudig; Mike McFatridge and Connie Lancaster; John Adair and Bonnie Fettig; Herbert Ray and Sheila Marck; George'Dibble-and Teri Ann Brown; John Campi and Cathy Corkcy; Bill Fulmer and Liz Deck; Charles Lane and Marsha Miller; Larry Bowyer and Diana Jones; Bruce Dougherty and Sue Martin; Jim Bailey and Maureen McKaig; Jerry Stephens and Donna Pursch; Paul Hayden and Glenda Hart; Bill Medland and Katy Hilbert; Mike i Hardin and Jane Justice. DAVE GEORGE and Janet McDonald; Milce Kaye and Lynne Denham; Charles Jilcott and Vicki Walker; Dave Sleinhilber and Ann Kiesling; Stan Blackman and Janice Klumpp; Jim Sundy and Sandy Mee; Bobb O'rr and Patricia Porter; Jan Hockman and Gale Stewart; Paul Hillis and Maurine Strong; Jack 'Wasson and Jane Grube; Bob Wolf and Jane Wasson; Tom Gaby and Harriet Murdock; Paul Bauer and Carolyn Fulton; Rick McClure and Reba Hunter; Larry Parmeter and Pat Johnson; Chuck Fiedler and Karen McKeever; John Clark and Gretchcn Schmilt; John Moss and Janie Wheatley; Fred Hillis and Shelley Morris; John Streu and Connie Carr; Bill Warner and Pat Herron; Pat Burgess and Susan Allen. TOM SHAVER and Bonnie Rohrbaugh; Jim Rozzi and Ros- Graduate with fashion honors in Nanette's Whitest of White Pumps! (5.99) Here's a required course for graduation that's real easy to take. Nanette's Whitest of White Pumps, in high or mid heels, perfect for summer formals, too. Just 5,99! SPECIAL OFFER! Latest linen pumps, just 5.47. DXED-TO-MATCH, "FREE 1 Graduation Day, or any day, yo'u'H'jlnd.your best-shoe values for the family at Merit Shoes 324 BROADWAY, LOGANS/POM 16N.lBR!OlAIDWAY,PEftlJ Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grable REIGNED OVER PROM-Jane Wasson and Bob Wolf are shown after they had been crowned queen and king of the annual LHS junior- senior prom Friday evening. In the background are Mike Kaye and Connie Carr, general cochairmen, who were in charge of the crowning. ann Keirans; Dennis Gilman and Deborah Peters; Robert Shreckj and Juanita-Melvin; Bob Kerns and Evelyn Waters; Jim Kerns and Beth Wilson; Pat Eagan and Sheryl Sanders; Ron Hildebrand and Jane Underwood; Steve Timler and Virginia Ulerick; Dick Danely and Vickie Henson; Fred Homburg and Sharon Cable; John Butch and'Peggy Wilhelm; Fred Kloenne and'Kay Streu; Ken Gundrum and Susan Renkenberger; Ralph Sherrill'and Becky Rittenhouse; Dick , Viney and Pat Tocco. DON WATSON and Linda Miller; Robert Uhl and Margaret Massey; Tom Bowles and Pat Murphy; Bryan Herd and Janice Savini; Bob Justice and Carrie Jo Gifford; Dave Larson and Mary Frances Vesh; Pat Medland and Sharon Harvey; Jim Bauer and Victoria Holland; Dave Patty and Barb Haner; Gene Isaacs and Carol Ristedt; Bill Franklin and Jo Ellen Porter; Ed Franklin and Teresa Hastings; Mike Parrish and Judi McMHlen; Chad Little and Becky Smith; Steve Heinrich and Sandy Wafts; Rusty. Black and Cheryl 'Reid; Mike Holton and Carolyn Hopper.; Jim Morrical and Paula Chesser; Ronald Corso and Karen McCormick; John Barrett and Sharon Leazenby; Fred Roark and Karen Kiesling; Karl Skjolstrup and Dianne Wells. WAVE WILLIAMS and Anita Kerns; Dick Gray and Susan Hodge; Lee Issues and Penny Jones; Jon Oldham and Cindy Hall; Jim Isaacs and Marty Grube; Bill Mulcaha and Lynna Hinton; Tom Coleman and Ruth Ann Best; Jerry McCloskcy and Carolyn Bentlagis; Jim Smith and Connie Farrer; Cecil Smith and Carolyn Gray; Carl Dunbar and Connie Wyrick; Brian Smith and Kalhy Wi'ler; Bill Swaney and Nancy Turnpaugh; Mike Crippen and Jo Ellen McElheny; James Ellars and Charlotte Hervey; Paul Hipsher and Mary Dexter; Dave Norzinskay and Marilyn • Miller; Ted Ayers and Rita Sherrill. ED UNDERLY and Judy Hipsher; Mike Closson and Jean Ann Wharton; Jim Closson and Ethyl Brown; Pat O'Connor and Sandy Dilling; Dave Myers andr Carol Norzinskay; Allen Skelton and Kathy Hol'mes; John Fiedler and Linda Llewellyn; Tom Morris and Lois Ide; Pat Murphy and Judy Krapf; Walter Davis and Gail Noakes; Terry Cuughell and Carolyn Randolph; Walter (Buddy) Smith and -Helen, .Rodgers; Wes Parmeter • and Dianne Greenfelder; Jim 'Carroll' and 'Kathy Alberts; Steve, Kitchel.'land Judy Miller; Tom' Watts arid'.Carolyn Insley; Herb Riiark. and Sherry Simpson; Gene Alber and Pam Tones; Gary Tuberty and Becky fimm.ons. TERRY ANNIS and' Vickie unningham; Mike Porter and Diana: Hines; Jim Marshall and Uarciia Shaff; John White and (ristina Chambers; Jim lies and larol Phillips; Ed Maple and Pat Anderson; Carroll Thomas and Tracy Griggs; Dan Ellinglon and Avis Lovtet; Dave Maroney and 4-H NEWS BUSY BEAVERS Sharon Kellogg, president, conducted the meeting „ of the Busy Beaves 4-H, club:'Friday at Daniel Webster school, | The pledges tci the flags were led by Sandra Thomas and Steve Dunwoody and Jill Snyder were welcomed as new members.' An accordion solo was given by Judy Klein, followed with a movie on "How to Give a Demonstration" s'hown by Hervey Kelloyy, county extension agent. David Thomas gave a health and safety' talk on "Safety in Swimming." Recreation was led by Karen Kellogg, who also led in the closing song. ATTENDS CONFERENCE Mrs.'D.; Guy/Woolpert, of this city; attended Uje. quadrennial Assembly of the Women,'s Society of Christian' Assembly of the Methodist church May 15-18 at Atlantic City, N. J. The event was attended by 9,200 Methodist women, representing 50 states and 20 countries. (Staff Ph'olo) Anna Kitchel; Dave Chapman and Janet Newton; Ted Ranee and Janie Beltemacchi; John. Dunn and June Sutton; Larry Staiger and Barbara Beall; Steve Deavur and Mary Laymon. AFTER PROM PARTY After the prom, the juniors arid seniors were treated to a breakfast at the Elks. Entertainment and a floor show were provided by a teen-age band. Married In Peru Service —Harrington Studio Mrs. Walter Junior Burton was the- former Sandra Kay Ahlfeld preceding the couple's marriage on Sunday afternoon, May 13, during a double ring ceremony on Sunday 'afternoon, May 13, during a double ring ceremony at the St. John's Lutheran church, Peru, with the Rev. Ralph Danielsen officistting. The bride . is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. AWfeld, of route 3, Peru, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Burtoin, of the same rural route. Mrs. Walter Graham was organist and Richard Plothow, soloist, for, the 2 o'clock rites read before an altar flanked with potted palms;, seven-branch candelabra and pink and white gladioli arrangements. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a floor- length gown of peau ,de sole. Alencon lace, re-embroidered in tiny pearls and sequins, formed the scallops finishing the round neckline of the long-sleeved, fitted bidicu. The voluminous skirt was 'designed from two lounces, the, upper one,"slightly less full, was edged with the lace. A bow of the material was placed at the center back of the top flounce, • A full-length veil, edged with re-embroidered lace, was draped from a crown of pearlized orange blossoms. She carrier a cascade of white roses with pink sweetheart rosebud accent. ' Miiis Joyce Flora, of Mexico, was maid of honor. She wore a shell pink satin-covered,_ crystal dress; styled with a high neckline, long sleeves at the bodice, topped with a cape. The skirt was bouffant, Her heart-shaped bouquet was of pink roses and white carnations. Powder blue frocks were chosen by the. bridesmaids Mrs. Robert Moore, of Elkhart, arid Mrs. Nathan Gorrell, of Peru. Scalloped round necklines and short slevcss were features of the bodices topping the bell-shaped skirts. Matching headbands held their 'nose' length circle veils and they carried heart-shaped arrangements ol pink roses and while carnations Nancy Beecher, a cousin of the bride, and Linda Burton, a sister of the bridegroom, were the flower girls. They Wore blue nylon dresses and carried rose petals. Scott Alber ,of Wabash, a cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. Kenneth Burton, of Peru, servec his brother as best man, and groomsmen were Wally Gebhardt, of, Logansport, and Junior Denham, of Peru, brothers-in-law of the groom. David Correll ami Nathan Correll, of''Peru, brothers-in-law of the groom, were ushers. . The couple greeted nearly 2!i( guests at a reception immediately following the ceremony in the church parlors. . The bridal table was coverw with shell pink satin with Jin overlay of blue tulle. The corners were draped, caught with nose gays of sweet peas and stream' ers. A garland of ivy and pink sw«e; peas encircled the cake, flankw on either side with crystal can delabra holding pink tapers. A sweetpea mold was used in tie punch bowl, which was surround ed with pink rose lighters. Pink, taffeta cloth covered the gift table. Mrs.";0tis ' Brown, of Kokomio was catered, and assisted by the hostesses: Mrs. David Welsh, Mis: Debra MeCombs, Miss J o y <j i Kreutzer, Misjs Kay Kreulzer ah( Miss Karen Kreutzer. I .For traveling the bride wore powder blue dress with white ac cessories. Both are graduates of the Misx ico high school. He is, servin] iwth the U.S: Navy..The coupli will reside in Norfolk, Va. four tiered wedding cake was flanked with candelabra 'holding pink lapers. For traveling the bride chosa a yellow silk orgamia sheath dress with matching accessories and a corsage of green cymbidium orchids. She also wore the groom's gift c>f a gold chain securing a cultured pearl. Following a wedding trip, the coupli' is at home at 375 Western avenue in Joliet. The bride is a graduate of the Joliet high school and is attending Joliet Junior college. Her husband, a 1959 'graduate of the Twelve Mile high school, attends Joliet Junior college and is cm- ployed by Johns-.Vlansville Per- lite Corp., Jolict. Larry Joe Grable and bride, the ormer Miss Sue Altieri, are resid- ng in Joliet, Illinois, following leir marriage Saturday evening, lay 5, at the Grace Methodist hurch in Joliet. The double ring ceremony, read I: 7 o'clock, united the daughter f Mr. and Mrs. N. Ricardo Al- eri, of Joliet, and the son of rlr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grable, of 'welve Mile, The Reverend Charles Chakour fficiated at the rites, read before n altar banked with candelabra olding lighted tapers, and bou- luets of spring flowers. Miss Marlia Huxlable sang bridal selec- ions. Miss Karen Chancy, of Joliet, illended the bride as maid of ionor, and bridesmaid was Miss Jetsy Eneix, of Joliet. Serving the groom as best man vas Donald Nead, rural route 5, :ity, and ushers included: Leon- rtl Altieri, brother of the bride, oliet; and Richard Grable, broth- r of the groom, Twelve Mile. Given in marriage by her fa- lier, the bride appeared in a .oor-length gown of Chantilly <ice, featuring a high scalloped cckline trimmed with iridescent equins. The bouffant skirt cas- aded into a chapel train. A tiara >f sequins and pearls secured her hgerlip veil of silk illusion and he carried a cascade arrange- nent of while carnations. : chairmen also reported. Identical gowns of blue lace Refreshments were served lo If? rested in silvery white were worn members by Mrs. Fouls, assisted iy the bride's attendants. Styled by Ercel Jones. vith bouffant skirts, the gowns ' eatured 1 chi.ffon streamers of ai_ . cuj A J deeper shade of blue, creating a DemiCe jnOda And rain-like effect in back, They ~ Deor Creek War Mothers To Attend District Meeting The: Deer Creek: War Mothers of ui|il ffG convened with Stella Fouls Friday aftqrnoon when plans were made to attend the district convention at Akron on May 25. The! meeting opened in regular form: and following the reports of tins secretary-treasurer, reports on the stale convention were given by Esta Nelson ;ind Ella Crockett, delegates. Various committee wore garlands of spring flowers and carried nosegays of pink and )lue carnations. The mother of the bride selected a champagne lace dress with matching accessories and a corsage of pink roses' while the groom's mother chose a beige em- Paul Washburn Wed Benice Shoda and Paul Washburn were united in marriage on Wednesday, May 16, at the bride's home, 2311 North, with the -Reverend Harry Hashbcrger, of the Market street Methodist church, officiating. II UUlli a JI|l,ll,ll\_l l,UUi3<~ U (JVtf^v, ^.*»» y .11 'jit L :roidered sheath dress with tan- The bride resided with her aunt gerine accessories and a corsage!™d wide, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. of white carnations. ; Schmidt. A reception was held for 1251 The couple will make (heir uesls immediately following the!'"""" on route 4. Anoka. ceremony in Ihe church parlors, j •loslesses were Mrs. Dee Bowyer, | TUESDAY Mrs. Ray Jontes, and Mrs. Ken-j Washington township 49'ers HD neth Christian, all of Joliet. The serving table featured a covering of pink tulle, draped club will entertain members . of the Circle 3 HD dub and Double Dozen. HD club, of Carroll county, across the front and caught with Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at nosegays of lily-of-the-valley. The i the Washington township school. YOUR POSTURE Are you satisfied with your| posture? Maybe your shoulders are a little too rounded, one shoulder high, the other low. It may be that one leg is shorter than the other, the other resulting from a tilted pelvis, too much curve ffi the lower spine, etc. "If your posture is bad, your friends advise you to straighten up. They' mean well. You do try but how successful are you? While you are thinking about it you can improve your posture, but what happens! when you are not thinking it? Usually you are the same old self again. "Ttie spine is the backbone of. posture and the position of the .spine is controlled by muscles. Proper muscle tension is necessary to have good posture.' This interference is caustid by partial displacement of a segment of the spine. When this condition is corrected, the body resumes its natural position. Cliildrett as weil as grown ups should be examined regularly for postural defects, the samel as they are checked for defecits of eye disorders. Normal health is a normal condition, ; permitted only by a normal spine. X-Ray and Neuraeilometcr Service Tel. 4455

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