Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1962 · Page 18
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 27, 1962
Page 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TIUBUNE and LOGANSPOET PKESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 27,19C2 ss Susan Turner Miss Janet Tallman, a 1959 ;raduate of the local high school, las been initiated into Kappa )elta Pi, national honorary society in education at Denison Jniversity, Granville, Ohio, where she is a junior; Miss Tallman is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tallman, 'ormerly of this city, now of Birmingham, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Turner, of rural route 4, Rochester, announce the engagement of their, daughter, Susan Elaine, to Frank C. Van Duyne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Duyne, rural route 1, Kewanna. Both are graduates of the Kewanna high school. Miss Turner is also a graduate of the International Business College, Fort Wayne, and is employed by the Fulton county ASC committee in Rochester. . Her fiance was graduated from the Fort Wayne Commercial college and is employed by Essex Wire in Fort Wayne. He is a member of Omega Psi fraternity. Mrs. Fred Zerbe Guest Of Honor At Post-Nuptial Fete Mrs. Fred Zerbe, the former Marva Simpson, of Anderson, was honored at a miscellaneous postnuptial shower recently at the home 'of Mrs. Rex McCloskey, Young America. Contest prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ronald Murphy and Mrs. Mark Murphy. The guest of honor opened her gifts at a table decorated with pink crepe paper and white wedding bells and placed beneath a shower of pink bells. Salad, cookies, tea 'and coffee were served from a table centered with a bouquet of spring flower?, flanked with pink tapers in crystal candelabra. Favors were small pink sprinkling cans attached to nut cups. Assisting the hostess were Miss Maria Jo McCloskey and Mrs. Theodore Murphy. Invited guests included: Mrs. Warren Zerbe, Mrs. Deva Amos, Mrs. Holla Cable, Mrs. Arnold Flora, Mrs. Lowell Reed, Mrs. Roy Bowen, Mrs. Albert Alexander, Mrs. Larry Hulet, Mrs. Max Murphy, Mrs. Henry Kentner and Mrs. James Simmons, all of Kokomo; Mrs. Marvin Simpson and daughter, Anderson; Mrs. Theodore Murphy, Galveston; Mrs. Sam Shoema.ker Miami; Mrs. Mark Murphy, Mrs. Ronald Murphy, and Mrs. Gene Murphy, Loganspprt. Summer camps are where little kids go for Mother's vacation. Sch'itt's for your WEDDING SHOES cfye-able Big Shoe Store 404 E. Broadway Announcement has been made >y Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMil- en, of 2824 High street, of the ngagement of their daughter, Sandra Sue, to David L. Rober- on, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. loberson, rural route 4, city. The couple has not set a wed- ing date. A 1959 graduate of the local ligh school, Miss McMillen will >e graduated f from Ball State Teacehrs college this June. She s a member of the Sigma Kappa iocial sorority and will teach the :econd grade at the Royal Cener school next fall. Her fiance was graduated from he Washington township high .chool and the Geer Technical "raining school in Chicago. He employed by Johnson Ford Sales. Palmists opinions are often taken seriously • despite the fact hey're just offhand. SOCIAL COLLEGE Pattern Sun Charmers Have you noticed how irresist- We little girls look in this high- waisted, flaring line? Sundress and panty set 'are so easy to sew —so pretty in flower-border print. Printed Pattern 9044: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6. Size 6 dress takes \% yards Scinch. Thirty-five cents in coins tor this pattern — add 10 cents for iach pattern for first-class mail. Send to Marian Martin, Logansport Press, 365 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Extra! Extra; Extra Big Su mer Pattern Catalog—over 106 styles for all sizes, occasions. Send 35e. FABRIC COLOR SPRAY Bright new colors for faded fab- :'ics now come pressure-packaged n aerosol containers. Upholstered sofas and chairs, lampshades and draperies that have become dull jet a new lease on life with ust the touch of a finger. "TEEN TREAT". AT HENDRICKS-The Hendricks PTA sponsored a "Teen Treat" at the school Friday evening for the teenager students of Hendricks school. ; Entertainment for 'the event was provided by Sheila Cody and a group of her ballet students, shown above. The theme, "Buttons and Bows," was carried out in decorations, autograph books, favors,and table decor. The semi-formal dance was attended by ?,8 teenagers, committee chairmen and teachers who were invited to the party. Th .highlight of the evening was the crowning of the king, Jim Mintor; queen, Jane Mize; duke, George Bell; and duchess, Judy Osborn. They were crowned by April Wendling and Mary Flitcraft, former queens. Members of .the PTA assisting Mrs. William Rozzi and Mrs. Ray Conklin, co-chairmen, were the following committees: invitations and autograph book, Mrs. Willis Thomas and Mrs. Betty Deck; favors, Mrs. George Penny and Mrs. Sharon Stroud; decorations, Mrs. Carl Berndt, Mrs. Robert Wysong and Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, Mrs. Hosea Adair; ballet boxes and crowns, Mrs. Beulah Goldsberry and Mrs. Al Boatman; refreshments, Mrs. Robert D.otterer and Mrs. Woodrow Hammon; entertainment, Mrs. Rozzi; publicity, Mrs. Conklin; and chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Levy. (Staff Photo) Judy Elaine Fry will become be bride of Phillip. Charleii Litke urihg double ring rites this af- ernoon at 3 o'clock at tho First tfettoodist church in Winamac. The bride is the daughter of Jr. and Mrs. .Glen D, Fry, of ural route 4, Winamac, and the ;room is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 'hcodore .T. Litke, rural route 2, Vancesville. The Reverend Barton. Fletcher .'ill officiate at the ceremony be- ore an altar banked with floral rrangements, palms and candcl- bra. Robert Lewis will be ac- ompanied by Alladean Clouser, rgsmist, when he sings "I Love ion Truly," "The Lord's Prayer" nd "Because." Mirs. James Shorter, of Winanac, will attend the bride as ma:on of honor and bridesmatron 'ill be Mrs. Brando Sproles, sis- er of the bride, of Monficello: Laurie Healh, of Winamac, will erve as flower girl. She will ap- ear in a yellow gown and carry basket of yellow rose petals. The groom's brothers, James, ural route 2, Francesville, and Fred, of rural route 2, Winamac, 'ill attend him. Mike Litke, the groom's nephew, of Wiitamac, 'ill be ring bearer. To be given in marriage by her ather, the bride will appear in a loor.length gown of silk Iai:e and ylori tulle, fashioned with a filed bodice, scalloped Sabrina leeldine, outlined with pearls and YWCA Jeanette Meinzer, executive director, announces the schedule of activities planned for the coming week at the YWCA as follows: Monday, May 28—Ballet, annex,' 10 to 10:30 a.m.; millinery class, annex, 1 to 3 p.m.; ballet, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; Seventh Riley Y- Teens, skating party at Spencer park, 4 p.m.; Hi-Tri HI, picnic and skating at Spencer park, 5:30 p.m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge club, parlors, 7:30 p.m.; Ninth Y-Teens,pienic at Riverside park, 5:30 p.m.. Tuesday, May 29—Ladies Day Out, coffee hour, 9 to 9:30 a.m.; painting and sketchiing, annex; golf class, Dykeman park; YWCA Bridge-class, parlors; and YWCA Budget meeting, clubroom, all at 9:30 a.m.; Seventh Riley Y- Teens, skating party at Spencer park, 4 p.m.; ballet, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; evening golf class, Dykeman, park, 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, May 30—YWCA is closed. Thursday, May 31 - YWCA Bridge club, parlors, 1 p.m.; swimming class, high school pool, 6:45 p.m. Friday, June' 1—(folden Age club, installation of officers and covered dish dinner, annex, 12:30 p.m.; ballet, annex, 4 to ,6:30 p.m. Saturdey, June 2—Mary Belhune •Inter-Racial club, installation ' of officers at breakfast at Riverside park, 6 a.m.; junior high canteen, annex, 7 to 9 p.m. LIFETIME Special West Bend's 4-qt. Automatic Fry Pan. Completely immersible. 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Joyce Moore gave devotions, followed with the pledges to the flags led by Kathy Farmer. Roll call was answered with members telling how • tall they were. Nancy Naftzger read the secretary's report and Jean Nelson distributed program books. Mrs. Albrecht announced that girls tak- ing first, second and third year sewing are to meet at the school on May 29. Suzane Frushour gave the health and safety report after which demonstrations were presented by Pam Smith, Pat Wood Donna and Lora Calt and Cheryl Henry. Group singing was led by Pat Wood and refreshments were served ,to .35 members, and foui adults by Christiana Hardy, Marsha and Shirley Griffith and Cindy Cripe. The next meeting on June will be a mother-daughter tea at the school at 7:30 p.m. Hell Love the Primitive Ypu in Zebra Striped Arnel Jersey A slim sash tied sheath with high neck, no sleeves. Contrasts of Black/White, Orange, White, Brown/White. 10 to 20. $17.95 To P. C. .Litke In Rites Today iridescent sequins, and long sleeves tapering to bridal points. The bouffant skirt cascades to a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of French illusion is secured to a tiara of sequins and pearls. Sha will carry an arrangement of yellow sweetheart rosos and slepha- notis. Identical ;»wns of white nylon over green taffeta will he worn by the bride's attendants. They will wear matching .headpieces and carry bouquets of yellow daisies. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Fry has selected a two piece beige dress with green accessories while the groom's mother will appear in a two-piece navy blue dress with matching accessories. Botli will wear corsages of pink gardenias. A reception will lie held in the fellowship hall of the church for 300 guests following the ceremony. Hostesses are Mrs. Joe Healh, Mrs. Fred Lilke, Mrs. Herman Parish and Miss Rosemary Gorman. For traveling the bride has selected a blue sheath jacket ensemble with white accessories. 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