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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 3, 1962
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SUNDAY, JUNE 3,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE FIFTEEN To Joseph L. Pugh SOCIAL Couples' 'Announce Engagements And Wedding Plans A July wedding is being planned by Jane Ellen Spaulding and Joseph L. Pugh, according -to an engagement announcement by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick D. Spaulding, of Hartford City. The bride-elect is a graduate of the Hartford City high school and attended Marian college, Indianapolis. She is employed by (he Industrial Trust and Savings Bank in Muncie. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pugh, rural route 6, Rochester, is a 1956 graduate of the Logansport high school and was formerly employed in Hartford City. He is presently stationed with the Armed Forces at Fort -Chaffee, Arkansas. ANN LANDERS 'Long and Short" Have Same Problem-Thoughtless Digs Mr. and Mis'. Phillip Saunders, of 211! Riverview street, an- .ounce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Jane, to Morris Juniori Nickels, son of Mr, and Mrs. Morris Nickels, rural, route ., Twelve Mile. The! couple has not set a wedding (late. Misit Saunders attends the local ligh school. Her fiance,. a 1961 graduate of the Melea high school, is employed by the Caston School District. Dear Ann Landers: I'd like to say a word to "Wee But Mighty" —the short lady who is sick,and tired of hearing uncouth and thoughtless digs about her size, I'm a woman 6 feet tall in my nylons and I'd gladly change places with her. I've always been tall, even as a youngster, and I can't recall a single unkind remark from a woman. It's the men I'd like to strangle. Usually a 5'4", 130 pounder will come up with a tired line such as, "How's the weather up there?" Once a miserable little runt (an important executive) said "If you got on your knees we could dance." Millions of people read your column every day, Ann. If you succeed in teaching those thoughtless individuals that.it is unkind to make remarks about a person's height or weight you will have performed a useful service.—THE TALL ONE Dear Ann Landers: About three years ago I .read in your column that it is unwise for a girl to tell her fiance all about her past. I wish I had taken your, advice. , Last August Henry and I were married. Two weeks before the wedding he begged me to tell him about every fellow I ever went with. At first I didn't say much, because I didn't want him to think I was cheap (I went with two fellows seriously before I met Henry). He'promised not to hold anything against me and said il I really loved him I'd confess ALL. I finally caved in after several days of badgering. Now he throws up my past at least twice a week No matter what we are arguing about he ends up reminding me that I was "pretty loose" before marriage. BAD NERVES? You Need Our Nerve Remedy Positive Results $1.15 BUSJAHN'S Drug Store Please print my letter and re- leat your good advice. — BIG VIOUTH Dear Big Mouth: I remember he advice and it went something ike this: If a girl has a 'baby out if wedlock or has served a jail entence she should not keep such nformation from her fiance. But he's a fool if she recites the names and numbers of all the >layers. It's none of his business. A fellow who would nag a girl 'or such information will use it against her later. * * t Dear Ann Landers: My husband :s a good man in many ways but le has caused me a lot of heartache lately. ' Clyde works part-time for a widow in her 60's. He is an excellent gardener and she thinks .here's no one like him. He goes over there after work and on Saturdays no matter how tired he is. I've asked him lo give up this job because it isn't worth the money, but he refuses lo quit her. Clyde broke his leg a few weeks ago and was hospitalized. The day after he came home she visited lim and stayed three hours. She lardly said one word to me. The Mowing day she sent him a get- well card. I was upset over all the atten- ;ion she paid to him. Is this sroper from a society woman to ler gardener? He says I'm sick in the head but he still refuses to give up the job. What do you lhink?-A WORRIED WIFE Dear Wife: It's perfectly proper for a woman to visit her gardener at his home under the circumstances you described. I'd say she overstayed her visit by about two and a half hours but outside ol that I see nothing wrong, * * « Confidential to NO WILL POWER: Sorry I can't go to Denver and police you. Why not clip some of these columns as reminders of what can happen to girls who don't use good judgment? If alcohol is robbing you or DR.O.L.BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AliLMBNTS Office 314 North St. tOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays—.Fridays 9-4:30 '/ GOMlMENiTiS None COMMENTS AW CRSTICISMS None OWNERS' REMARKS We have a nice large, air conditioned room for your comfort while using our laundry. Twenty May-tag washers, and eight, thirty-seven irjch dryers,, with plenty of hot , soft water. You can do q whole day's washing here in one hour and save money. We welcome you to try it and see for yourself. SUN BRITE LAUNDRY •41 West Broadway logansport, Jnd. LaVonda Eileen Murray LaVonda Eileen. Murray anc igt. Larry Dee-Burnett were unil ed in marriage during a singk ing ceremony on Sunday after oon, .,-May >27, at the Grandviev DUB' church, near Richlani Center, Ind. The bride is the daugther o flr. and Mrs; Avaughn Murray >f Leiters Ford, and the bride- ;rooni is the son of Mrs. Rober r oltz, of Rochester, and Cheste Burnett, of North Manchester nd. The Reverend Steele officiate an the impressive 2:30 o'cloc •lies before an alter flanked wit loral bouquets of mixed iris am sonies. For her wedding, the brids ap >eared in a white street-lengf. rock. The fitted bodice, fashione vith rolled sleeves, topped wuffant skirt, Carole Burnetl, of Rochcslei tlended the bride and servin he bridegroom as best man wa Keith Cook, also of Rochester. The couple greeted 50 guests a reception immediatedy follow ng the ceremony in the churc parlors. Centering the serving table wa a four-tier wedding cake wi1 'loral decorations. It was bake by the bride's mother. Hostesses were: Mrs. Myrtl Ventzel, of Warsaw, an .aunt he bride; Mrs. Sandra Tucke of Purdue, Ind., a. cousin of th >ride; Miss Marilyn Sellers, i niters Ford; and Lloyd Cool of Rochester, a cousin of th sridegroom. Guests attended from Leiler Ford, Rochester, North Mai Chester, Monterey, Layfayet and Warsaw. After a short wedding trip to th Smoky Mountains, the coup established residence at the Ma land Trailer Court, Box 317 Fayetteville, N.C. someone you love of health an dignity, send for ANN LANDER booklet, "Help For The Alcohi ic," enclosing with your reque 20, cents in coin'and a long, se addressed, stamped envelope. Arm Landers will be .glad help you with your problems. Ser them to her in care of this new paper enclosing a stamped, se addressed envelope. Copyright, 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. Henderson^Holmjer Nuptials Read In Rochester Church Announcement is made by Mr. id Mrs. Clyde Pownell, rural mte 8,. city, of the engagement nd forthcoming marriage of eir daughter, Jeanette, to James ain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ain, 1414 George street. The couple will be married jly 15 at the Ninth street Chrisan. church. Miss Pownell is a 1962 gradu- ,e of the Royal Center high chool. Her fiance is a 1959 gradate of the local high school and employed at the RBM Manu- cturing Co. The couple will reside in Trim- ad, Colorado, where he. will at- :nd the ollege. Trinidad State Junior Announcements SUNDAY Our Lady of -Snows. study club E St. Joseph's church will hold ,s annual picnic this afternoon t 5:30 o'clock at Fairview park, + * * MONDAY The Broadway WSCS and the Vesieyan Service Guild will hold joint dessert luncheon Monday vening at 7 o'clock at the church ining room. • * t Purity Rebekah lodge No. 127 will hold its regular session Monlay evening at 8 o'clock at the OOF hall. Grace Rittenhouse will ead'• scripture and refreshments vill be served by Lenora Miller and Bea Bowman. A good attendance is desired. <. * » TUESDAY Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, mil hold a memorial, service at he stated meeting Tuesday even- ng at 8 o'clock at Masonic Tem>le. Officers are to wear aqua ormals. Following the meeting, public reception will be held n honor of Emma Maudlin, grand epresentative 'of South Dakota n Indiana. + + * Olive Branch Ladies aid will convene Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Leon Crippen. The July wedding plans of Marcia' Ann: Sharp and Ensign Marsee 0. Beckett,, Jr.; are being announced by the !b'ride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs, James Sharp, of Camdeh. The couple will be married July 22 at the Camden Baptist church. Miss Sharp is a graduate" • of Ball State Teachers college and is a member of'Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, Clavia, and Kappa Delta Pi. She is employed by the Columbus Community schools, lumbus, Ind. , ' Her fiance, , who is stationed in San Francisco, Calif., is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Marsee 0. Beckett, ,of New Castle. . . He is a graduate of Ball State Teachers college and the Naval Officers' Candidate school in Newport, R. I. His social fraternity is Lambda Chi Alpha. COLLEGE INDIANA CENTRAL Paul Ballard Healey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Healey ,of 137 Tacoma, city, will be among 193 students receiving diplomas today at Indiana Central college's 57th annual commencement.' ' A graduate of the Burnettsville high school, he is a candidate for the degree of bachelor of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Bech- dbl,' of LaGrange, Georgia, formerly of this city, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda Sue, to Charles Ronald Jones. The bride-elect is the • granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beohdol, of 1210 North Third street, city, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Jones, of Picayune, Miss. . Miss Bechdol attended Tift college and at the present is attending Georgia State College. This summer she will work in New Orleans as a missionary with the Baptist Home Mission Board and return to school in the fall. Her fiance will graduate this month from Georgia Tech with a B. S. in Physics and will return there this fall to work on his Ph. D. He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Tau Beta Pi and Phi Kappa Phi honorary fraternities and also has a leaching assist- anceship at Tech. This summer he will be associated with Pan American World Airways at the Atlantic Missile Range in Florida. The couple Is planning an August 25th wedding at Orlando, WARREN WILSON William H. Bowyer,- a 1958 The Burneltsville WCTU neet at the home of Mrs. In a Snyder Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. » » * The Social club of L.S. to B, of L.F. and E. will gather for a L2:30 o'clock picnic Tuesday at Dykeman park. Those attending are to bring table service and a covered dish. The committee includes: Mary Granger, Florence Garr and Betty Turnpaugh. •# # # St. Joseph hospital Sewing Circle willhold a covered-dish picnic .dinner on the third floor lounge of the hospital Tuesday at 12 o'clock noon. Members are to bring table service.' graduate of the Tipton township high school, had one of the leading roles in "The Skin of Our Teeth" presented by the Drama Workshop of Warren Wilson college, Swannanoa, N. C. He is the son of Mrs. C. R. Bowyer, of Walton. INDIANA UNIVERSITY Thomas Huston, of 2216 North I street, city, . has been appointed to the Indiana University Board of Aeons. Membership in I.U.'s highest men's honorary seivice organization is based on scholarship and leadership. Appointees serve as the student advisory board to the administration on policies affecting student affairs. HOFSTRA COLLEGE Miss Tona S. Rea, daughter of Mrs. James H. Mason, of 318 High street, city, has completed her master's degree at Hofslra college in Long Island, New York. For the past five years, Miss Rea has been a teacher at the South high school in Long Island. She is a 1953 graduate of the Kokomo high school and received her BS degree from Ball State in 1955. Miss Rea and several of her friends will visit Mr. and Mrs. Mason in July. WEDNESDAY , The Philathea B class , of the Baptist Temple will convene .at the home'of Mrs. Daisy Powlen,. 1B24 E. Market, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. *• » X THURSDAY Anno SAT .. Epsilon Sigma Omicron sorority will convene Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Dora Maynill, Delphi. Miss Amelia Harlz will give the book review. * * * The, Logansport Rose ' Society will hold a dinner meeting Thursday 'evening;at"<7 o'clock at the Ben Hur. The guest speaker, will be a prominent rose show judge. Plans will be discussed for the, rose display show June 17. THURSDAY The Shrine club Ladies "will en tertain at a salad luncheon Thursday at 12:30 o'clock. Reserve tions are to be made with Mrs. Glen Crist by Tuesday noon. * * * , The Altar-Rosary society of>St. Vincent's church will meet Thursday evening for'a 6:30 o'clock covered-dish dinner at the school auditorium.> , Golden Age Club. Installs Officers centers. At Final Session Calhy New officers were installed by the Golden Age club during its final meeting of the season Friday at the YWCA. annex with a covered-dish dinner being served to 60 members and guests. The invocation was given by Mrs. Grace Marsh. Arrangements for the event were in charge of Mrs. Clarence Newer Mrs. Clarence Alexander and Mrs. George Maudlin who were assisted in the serving by Mrs. Lynn O'Neill club sponsor. After the meal, musical entertainment was provided. by Mrs. Donald Jamison, assisted at the piano by Mrs. Carl Hamilton. . Mike Kraft ,a reporter for the Pharos Tribune, was introduced as the guest speaker. He spoke on ;he history of newspaper, displaying many old newspapers. Among them ' were the one of the first papers printed in England dating back to 1082 and some of the first newspapers published in the United States and Indiana; Mrs. R. 0. Meinzer, executive director, was in charge of the installation ceremony. The new officers installed were: president, Mrs. Inez Brunegraff; vice-president, Miss Virginia Bradfield; secretary, Mrs. Anna Duckworth; and treasurer, Mrs. Adah Eckstein. Mrs, Meinzer congratulated the newly installed officers -and thanked Mrs. Brunegraff for her outstanding work during ihe past year as president. A film was shown on the Wil- liamsvurg garden in .Virginia which depicted the coloring of a room coordinated, with arrangements and colors of flowers, Mrs. Meinzer also thanked the volunteers who have assisted with the Golden Age club program during the past year. The next meeting will be a 12:30 o'clock luncheon at the same location on September 7. Miss Shirley Henderson became the bride of Gerald Raymond Holmer Saturday, May 2«, in' a 2:30 p.m. double ring ceremony at the Grace Methodist church, Rochester. The Rev. Ray Mills officiated at the impressive rites. Baskets of while flowers were flanked with palms and candelabra holding white 1 tapers, decorating the altar. White bows marked the family pews. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Henderson, rural route 4, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pitken, Chicago, are the parents of the bridegroom. Miss Harriett Bonine, Rochester, provided nuptial music before the ceremony and accompanied Mrs. Sharon Coplen, solist, as she sang "0 Perfect Day," "Whither Thou Goest" and Wedding Prayer." At the close of the ceremony Mrs. Coplen sang "The Lord Prayer" hile the couple knelt at the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a gown of; improled organza and bridal lace, designed with a basque bodice featuring a scalloped neckline and long tapered sleeves. The bouffant .skirt of lace, tiers was accent with rose trim and sequins and two tiers of scalloped lace completely around the chapel train. A miniature Juliet crown of seed pearls held her hand-rolled fingertip length veil of improted French illusion. She carried a white orchid surrounded with yellow roses and gardenias on green foliage. Mrs Tom Livengood, Chicago, atlenc.ed the bride as matron of honor, Bridesmaids were Mrs. Joe Varm.dore, Washington, D. C.; Miss Connie Henderson, sisters of the bride; Mrs. Bonnix- Graves and Miss Carol Jones Rochester. • All the bride's attendants wore street-length frocks of mint green nykvn over taffeta. The double, puffed sleeves framed the filled bodice of illusion. The billowy skirts were a wreath of unpressed pleats of misty nylon floating over taffeta. The waists were nipped by bowed satin belt's. Mint green picture hats, white gloves and white pumps completed their costumes. Each carried a cascade arrangement of white carnations and mums with green green and white. The decorated serving talile was centered with a six-tiered ijakti topped .with white wedding tills and trimmed with white, roses an,tl; mint green leaves. Hostesscii uere Mrs. Everett Henderson. Mi'ii. Jerry Henderson, Mrs. Joe i!;enlsci)ler, Roxy Baldwin, ' Judy i V.ineta and Becka Baldwin, Claudia Deeds registered the guests. : For her -iau.illiter wedding, Mrs. Henderson chose a frock of pink brocaded silk brimmed .in organza, with a matching cloche hat of organza- petals and white Accessories. Tb/i bridegroom's mother selected a dress of blue lace over satin. She ,woi:c a matching blue cap'ulet'ha: ami white accessories. Each mollie'r wore an orchid corsage, The brice is a graduate of Rochester hi;;h iichool and the Patricia Stevtins nchool of modeling, Chicago. Her husband graduated from Lane Ttii.'h high school, Chicago, and Northern Illinois university. For her wedding trip to Vacation Valley in ihe Pocono mountains in Pennsylvania, Mrs. Hornier selected a pastel yellow suit. The (alor- ed jacket was styled with a cardi. gan neckline and three-quarter length sleeves, A natural straw hat with yellow trim and white accessories complied her traveling outfit. Varnadore served her aunt as flower girl, She was dressed identical to • the bridesmaids and carried a liny while basket of yellow snapdragons Cathy's brother, Mike, served his aunt by carrying the couple's rings on a heart-shaped satin pil low trimmed in nylon lace. Ronald Sundeen, Chicago, was best man. Groomsmen were Rich ard Haberkorn, Daniel Kazamak and William Soderberg, all of Chi cage. Everett Henderson, brother o, the bride, and William Salisbery o: Chicago, were ushers.- The couple greeted the guests a a reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. .Thi rooms were decorated in the bride's chosen colors of min Afler a week at Vacation Valley, the couple will establish a home at 1450 Thornisdale, Chicago. Cues Is wens present from Kewanna,; Uishsiwaka, South Bend, Lakeville, Elkhart, Chicago, Joilet, 111.; Glenview, III.; Harvey, 111,; and Portage, Wis. A supper w as served to 125 out- of-town guest's and relatives :n ihe America n. Legion dining room. Music was furnished by the Huck Fenn oand, Mrs. Jack Doesburg, of Hawaii, sang Mevarai selections. District Garden Club Meeting To Be At South Bend Mrs, Christina Mulcaha, pres- dent of the Logansport Garden club, requests all local members o make reservations and trans- >ortation arrangements with her ,o attend thii annual North Cen- :ral District Garden club meeting. The event will be held on June 12 at the First EUB church, 114 "forth Iromvood drive, South Bend. Registration will be from 9 to 9:45 a.m. and Ihe session begins al 10 a.m. "Your Horticulture Is Showing" is the theiriK of the program. A Flower song, "What You Grow" will be helc! in conjunction with the meeting, One entry can be made in each classification. According to Mrs. Mulcaha, the flower shov, 1 scheduled for this month has been postponed until September. She also stated that due to the district meeting there will not be a local club meeting Noble township HD club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at Die home of Ida Meyer, route 1. FURS There are limitless possibilities in your, old furs. Our stylists oqn bring out new effects or completely re-style your present coat so that 'it'faecbm.es a glamorous high style garment. You know, this work, done during the slower summer season, costs less .. . so it's worth looking into now. Where LOGANSPORT spends its VACATION! Johnson's Rustic Resort on Beautiful Houghton Lake at Prudermlle, Michigan 1800 Acres, All Sports, Marvelous Food (An Adventure in Good Eating for 28 Consecutive Years) Elaborate Social Program of Games and Parties and Ninety-Five Friendly People to Serve You EARL M. 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