Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1962 · Page 19
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 27, 1962
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SUNDAY, MAY 27,1962 THE PHABOS-TRTBUNE and. LOGANSPORT YKESS; EOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE NINETEEN ANN LANDERS Who to Take Home First Is Problem for Triple Daters Dear' Ann Landers: Prom time is coming up so please settle something for a bunch of teenagers who can't agree on a very important matter. When a guy 'has a car and invites a buddy or two to double or triple date who gets picked up. first and who gets taken home first? This bugs the girls, especially, because n o b o dy wants to be taken home first. They consider it somei sort of an insult. You 1 can't.jmag- ine how much trouble we've been, having o v e r this problem. Please print in your col umn exactly how • it > should be done. We will accept your word as law.—TOOTH AND TOENAIL Dear Toenail: When all the kids live in the same part of town, it's simple. When they are scattered it can-become a problem. It's sensible to pick up and drop .off- kids .in a logical manner — which ' means cutting down on mileage wherever possible. One rule must be observed, however, regardless of distance. Every fellow must pick up and take his own date home. Roughly it goes like this: The fellows are picked up first, then the driver's date, then the next closest gal, then the third gal. On taking kids home: The gal who lives the furthest from the scene of the prom gets dropped first, next her date, then the" second gal and next her date. The driver drops off his date last. This is one of the rewards for having Wheels. * * * ' Dear Ann: I just read the let' ler from "Tired." She was well- rested compared with me. You said her husband should give her a hand By bathing the kids, helping with the dishes, etc. Yeah? Did you ever "try to get a lazy bum off his back porch and loose from a can of beer? I've been married 19 years to .the same type and when I look back at how foolish I was I could kick myself. For a stretch of several years, I started my day at 3:00 A.M.—took, my husband to work, came home, woke up, fed and dressed two children and drove them to the baby-sitters. I had to be at my job by 7:30 a.m. I finished work at .noon. My beloved was off at 2:00 p.m. He'd come home and get the car, go off to a bar and that's where HIS paycheck went. I had every Sunday off, to "fiddle around," as he called it. I washed, ironed, baked, did the yard work and tried to pay some attention to the children. After loo many years of being^ a dumbbell, I solved my problem by quitting my job. When my husband knew -he no longer had a crutch to lean on he learned to walk by himself. We don't have a spare dime now, but who cares? I feel like-A NEW PERSON * * # Dear Ann Landers: I work in an office with approximately ' thirty girls. One of the girls is getting married soon. The bride-to-be sent one wedding invitation .which was addressed to "ALL THE GIRLS IN THE OFFICE." The invitation was posted on the bulletin board. Much has been said around the office as to whether or not this was in good taste. We divided into three camps: Those who think it ,was a new low in vulgarity, those who feel it was perfectly all right, and those who are , undecided. We all. want to know what you think.—SALLY . Dear Sally: A mass invitation to a wedding is no invitation at all. In my .opinion it's in the same category with that tired, empty phrase, "Why don't you come over to see us sometime?" Each guest goes to a wedding as an individual. Therefore each guest should be accorded the courtesy of a separate invitation. To learn the difference between a marriage that "settles down" and one that "gets dull," send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "What To Expect From Marriage," enclosing with your request 20c in coin and a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be -glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Copyright 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. Rebekahs To Hold District Meeting The spring meeting o'f Rebekah District 7 will be held at Lafayette Thursday, May 31, at the IOOF hall with Triumph lodge 291 as the hostess group. The meeting site is located at 3 North Fourth street. The afternoon session begins at 1:30 o'clock with district deputy Ruth Seward of Flora presiding. The District business meeting will be followed by a closed lodge session with (he president of Re- Bekah Assembly, Mabel Thompson, of Evansville, conducting the School of Instruction. Dinner will be served in the lodge hall at 6 p.m. followed by and evening session at 7:30 o'clock with Triumph officers in charge. The degree will be conferred by the .degree staff of District 1. All Rebekahs are invited to attend the event. Eat'breakfast, say nutritionists. Studies show that a person's ef- fiency in late mornings • is reduced when breakfast is omitted. '', . •»' SOCIAK : HIGfiiJGHT§ Needlecraft MVkufiw... Needle Picture Make this picture with you 'needle—you'll enjoy doing it. colorful piece. Use natural colors to embroide these heads, mainly in outlin and single stitch. Pattern 954 transfer 16xl9-inch panel; direc lions. Thirty-five cents (coins) fo this pattern — add 10 cents fo each pattern for Ist-dass mai" Send to Laura Wheeler, care o Logansport Press, 333 Needlecral Dept., P. 0. Box 163, Old Chel sea Station, New York 11, N.Y Print plainly PATTERN NUM BER, NAME, ADDRESS am ZONE. THE FIRST TIME! 200, de signs in our 1962 ' Needlecral Catalog- —. biggest ever! Pages pages, pages — fashions, acces series to, knit, ' crochet, sew weave, embroider, quilt. See jum bo-knits, cloths, spreads, toys, tin ens, afghans; free patterns. Only 25 cents. KNOW THE NUMBER To be certain that you're pro pared for any emergency in youi iwme, keep phone numbers handy for police, fire, doctor, hospita and local poison center. IRON. STARCHY? Slarch on the soleplate of your electric iron? Disconnect the iron let it cool and wash it off will a sud^y cloth. , Then rinse am wipe the surface dry. For 89 years brides of this area have been getting their shoes from Graffis. Select your wedding and trousseau shoes from our selection by: Town and Country. raffis TIC SHOES ehoian •xcluiivety as the Official Shoe. of the SEATTLE WORLD'S FAIR! 306 FOURTH STREET Established In 1873 .Weds Wynne K, Porter In Announcements MONDAY ' '",:... • The,' Ladies of ..the Sangralea Valley Auxiliary 'will meet Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Sangralea Valley Boy's Home. .» * * The 305th FMS Wives will hold a spring round-up Monday evening at 7:15 o'clock at the community : center at the Bunker Hill AFB. A prize will be awarded to the person taking the most newcomers. 1 • i* * # Psi Iota Xi will convene Monday evening at 7:"45 olclock at the homo o£ Mrs:?" Verner Hedlund, 631 Davis road., Fulton chapter No; 37(i, OES, will hold a .regular, stated meeting and practice for initiation on Monday-evening at 8 o'clockt ' w * * The .Cass county HD chorus will convene Mdnday 'evening at 7:15 o'clock for rehearsal/at St. Luke's Lutheran church. * * #(. Adams township Hoosier Harvester 4-H club will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Twelve Mile school'. LHS Class Of 22 To Convene Monday Paul- R. Miller, general chairman of the reunion of the Logansport high school class of 1922, has announced there will be, a called meeting of committee members at his home, "1811 Spear street, Monday 'eve'ning'-at 7:30 o'clock. All members of the class are invited to attend and submit any suggestions they might have to contribute to the success of the reunion, Miller also slated that .the committee is still unable to locate Pauline Fisher and Blanch Braderick. Anyone having any information 'concerning them may contact Miller. k True Life Adventures LESSONS in LIVING " THH MOUTHS AMt7 THE " A. <aD)ET BROTHER .. Mtfn SOOH HE BECOMES TH1M ANT7 Miss N i k k i e Sue Whitne; pledged her nuptial troth to Wynne Kent Porter during an im pressive 2:30 o'clock service Sat urday afternoon, May 26, at the Williamsburg Baptist church, Wil Mamsburg, Virginia. The double ring service unilec the daughter of Colonel and Mrs Edwin F. Whitney- of Williams burg, and Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs 0. H. Porter, of 1203 Broadway city. ; The Reverend Russell E. Vance grandfather of the bride, assistec by the Reverend Thomas E. Pugh officiated. • The altar was flanked with pedestal bouquets of white flowers and lighted tapers against a back ground of palms. Bridal airs 'were provided b; Dr. '. Carl A. Fehr. Given in marriage by her fa ther, the bride was lovely in i gown of white silk organza and Chantilly lace. The basque bodies was designed with a scallopec Sabrina neckline. Long sleeves tapered to bridal points over the hands and the bouffant or ganza skirt, extended to a long circr.lar train. A bouffant veil oi silk illusion fell from a demi-cap of organdy roses. The bride wore pearl jewelry, a gift of the bridegroom, and carried a cascade bouquet of white roses centered with a white orchid with ivy and satin streamers. Mrs. Paul A. Fiedler, ' of Lo- ;ansport, a sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Miss Penny Jo. Whitney was bridesmaid and Miss Janine Alice Whitney served .as junior brides, maid. Both are sisters of Ihe wide of Williamsburg. Mrs. Fiedler wore a sHeer chiffon dress of la tour blue 'ashioned with a bouffant skirt, scooped neckline and a Chantilly ace jacket. Her headpiece 'was an organza petal cap with 1 a cir- ular veil matching her frock. She carried a cascade bouquet of pompons 'and yellow roses with ivy. **• .The other attendants were at- ired in dresses styled identical o the matron of honor's dress. ?heir hats were organza petal cap's matching their dresses. The )ridesmaid carried a cascade of )ompons 'with ivy and yellow atin ribbons while the junior jridesmaid carried a colonial jouquet of. pompons.-with yellow satin streamers. . * : 0. H. Porter, III, of Indianap- ills, served his brother as best man while ushers were Thomas 'orter, of Indianapolis, a bro- her of the bridegroom and Paul A. Fiedler, .of .Logansport, a brb- her-in-law of. the bridegroom., Mrs. Whitney ..chose a pastel ue she'ath dress of embroidered ilk organza witfi •:black, patent accessories while • the bridegroom's mother selected a navy jlue sheath dress of raw' 'silk with white accessories. Both wore corsage of white cymbidium irchids. A reception, was held ,at the lome of the bride following the leremoriy. ' . , Hostesses were: Mrs. A. P. 3abol, Mrs. A: G. Rodgers, HI, nd Miss Joyce Ann Moore, all of Villiamsburg. 'Junior hostesses vere Miss Bpnnie' Lynn Fiedler nd Miss Jennifer Ann Fiedler, ->l Logansport, nieces of the bride- room.. '• ' . The -bride attended Indiana Uni- •ersity and is, a graduate of .the nternational Business 'College, 'art, Wayne. The bridegroom attended Butler University and at. the present is serving with the U.S. -Navy, stationed at the United States Naval hospital, .Great Lakes, 111. The couple will reside in Indianapolis, where the bridegroom will 'continue his studies at Butler University, -College of Pharmacy, k . . • . Good Wm Class Holds S.upper Meet A : covered dish .'supper, was featured, at the Friday .' .evening meeting of the Good .Will class of the Miami Baptist Sunday school at the church. Mrs. Ada Patlon offered grace. During the short, business meeting conducted by the president, Mrs. Ruth Cabiness,. prayer was offered by Charles Kline and Mrs. Agnes Flory. gave the secretary-treasurer report and devotions. . " . • Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rhodes were in charge of entertainment with prizes going ,to' each of the 18 members present. It was voted 1 to hold a covered' dish supper at the June meeting. TO YHIS4K HE .'..AMP EASES HIM OUT Of THE tol«. 5:26 and THE BRIDE-wore s by Warners Criss-Cross elastic cling back that gives oh-so-secure "Shashay" feeling with perfect fit. 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