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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 8, 1962
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Six Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Shank are residing at 210'/£ South Mar- .ket street in Winamac following 'their marriage Tuesday morning, May 29, at St. Ann's Catholic church in Monterey. ' • The bride, the former Judith Rae Lewis, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Lewis, of Monterey, and the groom is the son of -Mr. and Mrs. J. Kermit Shank, of Winamac. • The double ring rites were officiated by the Kev. Father Edward Matuszak at 10:30 -o'clock before an altar banked with white mums. The church choir provided bridal selections. Mrs. George Stinemetz, of Winamac, attended her sister as matron of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Gerry Lewis, sister of the bride, of Monterey. Brides- matron was Mrs. James Pletka, sister of the groom, of Winamac. .A niece of the groom, Annette Shank, of Winamac, was flower girl. . John K. Shank, of Winamac, served his brother as best man, and groomsmen were George Stine.-netz, of Winamac and Philip of the bride, of Lewis, cousin .Ransselaer. Given in marriage by her fa- -ther, the bride appeared in a floor-length gown of nylon lace designed with a fitted bodice and •inserts of tulle in the bouffant .skirt. Her fingertip veil of hand' rolled silk illusion was secured to a half-hat of matching lace, carried a cascade of yellow roses and lilies of the valley. Her small silver cross necklace was a gift of the groom. The matron of honor was tired in a ballerina-length at. gown of blue nylon featuring a fitted bodice and'bouffant skirt. A white velvet headband secured a face veil and she carried a colonial bouquet of pale yellow carnations. The other bridal attendants wore gowns identical to that of the honor attendant. The mother of the bride selected a pale blue dress with blue and white accessories while the groom's mother chose a blua dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. A wedding breakfast was served at the Monterey Legion Home immediately following the ceremony with a reception being held in the evening at the same place. Hostesses were Mrs. Virginia Bair, and the Misses Betty Shank, Marsha Callane, Kathleen Kelsey and Elizabeth Gregory. A blue and white motif prevailed in the decorations and the four-tiered wedding cake. There were 200 guests present. The bride'is a graduate of the Monterey high school and is a senior at Manchester college. A graduate of, the Winamac high school, the groom is employed at Plymouth Tube in Winamac. Social Calendar SATURDAY . 2 p.m.—Epsilon Sigma Omicron, Mrs. Dora Mayhill, Delphi. • ' SsUINl/A * 5 p.m.—Fellowship supper at Wheatland avenue Methodist church; : < special invitation to new church members. Women of Moose rConduct Election " 'J^ew officers were elected at -ihe recent meeting of the Women of the Moose conducted by senior regent Margaret McCartney at the Moose home. Freda Gerlach, chairman of the nominating committee, assisted by Lois Poduck, Norma Reeser and Mary Baur, conducted election of the following officers: Senior regent, Hessie Beaver; junior regent, Ann Troxel; chaplain, Bonnie Roberts; recorder, Lois Laymon; treasurer, Helen Titus. Plans were announced for the Moose dinner June 18 at the home of the Turnipseed Sisters at 7 p.m Those wishing to attend are to be at the Moose home by 6 p.m. Ethel Way announced that mem, bers helping with the Moose supper this evening are to report early. She is chairman of the kitchen committee and Margaret Sutton and Norma Reeser are her assistants. : Those wishing to attend the National convention August 29 at Moosehaven, Florida, are to contact Norma Reeser, WSWS CHARITY CIRCLE The WSWS Charity circle of the Sroadway E.U.B. church met at he home of "Mrs. Arthur Kitchel Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Otis Baker was leader of the lesson which took the guests on an imaginary trip across the United States visiting, colleges, ieminaries, and homes, for aged and orphans supported by the E.U.B. churches. The guests visited seven colleges, two seminaries, and nine homes for the aged and orphans located in eighl different states. Mrs. Richard Rohrbaugh, president, presided at the business session of the circle, and refreshments were served by the hostess to 16 members. askec phone LUXURY SMOTHERS WRITER IN HER DREAMS OF FALL FASHIONS By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) - Luxury >ervades the fall and winter col- ections currently on view for >uyers and fashion writers. After .four weeks of seeing most f ihe pace-setting, collections on Seventh Avenue, I'm having nightmares about the fabrics. I jream I'm being smothered in a ;ea of bugle beads, rhinestones, embroidery, satin, brocade, and ,nch-thick metallics while I struggle through the showrooms shouting "whatever became of the dmple, safe, basic black dress?" In the nightmare, the designers answer, "Here it is," produce a basic black in crepe or wool— nd then throw more beads and irocades at me. •Now, Arnold Scaasi has added more opulence to haunt my Ireams. Buyers and reporters packed he Scaasi showroom to see bold- >atterned tweeds (like red com- )ined with purple) with nap long enough to shear; dam'asks so rich hey could have graced court receptions of long ago; deep pile velvets and cut velvets; satin bordered with ermine; over-all bead- ng on chiffon base; and lace, lace, lace. The Soaasi message, so far as silhouette is concerned — bare shoulders, fitted waist, big skirt for late day and evening, Mollie Parnis' collection represented a period of "transition "rom the loose fitting silhouette the slim," she said. The un- jelled princess shaped to the fig- showed frequently. But the major theme was accent on the waistline. This she did with fab- insets looking like cummerbunds, narrow rope belts and fabric bows tied at the waist front. It was the "long gray line" at Anne Fogarty's. At least two thirds of the collection was .gray jersey, gray flannel, gray cashmere. Silhouettes were the sheath and the shirtwaist, one of Miss Fogarty's trademarks, Division 7; CWF, Installs Officers in Candlelight Service Installation of officers was conducted, by Division 7,. CWF, of the Ninth street Christian church; Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs.. Deanna Williams, 316 North Hillcrest Drive. Mrs, Ruth Gifford, 1 president, opened the meeting. Mrs. Dorothy Schneider gave the treasur- %r's account. It was voted to buy yearbooks arid plans were announced for the General CWF tea June 20 at 1:30 p.m. at the church hall. Members of the .Division, will Ssist the General CWF in the erving of Kennel club dinner in eptember. An offering was taken T the Council .of Church Wolen's Migrant Fund. Mrs. Gifford named the follow- g chairmen for the year: mem- ership, Mrs. Deane Parrett; ards and flowers, Betty Barr; ongcliff patient, Charlotte Robrtson; publicity, Suzanne Fied- ir; reading, Ruth Ann Burnett, Mrs. Mary Anna Morton con- ucted impressive candlelight inflation rites before a cross anked with lighted tapers. All members took part in the candle- ghting ceremony; Installed were: Mrs. Ruth Gifford, president; tlrs. Mildred Baker, vice presi- ent; Mrs. Dorothy Schneider, •easurer; Mrs. Bertha Powlen, ecretary. Mrs. Carolyn Jamison offered rayer followed by the lesson, The Unfinished Task," present- d by Mrs. Barr. Refreshments were served to 7 members by the hostess assist d by Mrs. Marjorie Moss and Mrs. Jamison. Mrs. Burnett won ie door prize. The next meeting will be a cov- redi dish dinner July 11 at Spener park at 6:30 p.m. The August meeting will be a coffee at the Frank Coldrens to • Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coldren, of Royal Center, will quietly observe their golden wedding anniversary Saturday. The couple was married June 9, 1912, in Gary where Mr. Coldren was employed in the Steel Industry until his retirement. The couple then moved to Royal Center. Mrs. Coldren is the former Mine Hoover of Adamsboro. Her husband is a native of Knox. They have one daughter, Mrs. Daniel Hepkcr, Jr., of Hammond, and four grandchildren. ANNA GUARD CLASS Anna Guard Sunday School class of St. Luke's Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. Emma Ammons Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. JOHN & TED FULTON OES Fulton chapter 376, OKS, will meet Monday evening 'at 8 o'clock for the visit of the district deputy and initiation. 21692. Olive Ingram is chairman of the Academy of Friendship chapter night June 11. Betty Murphy won the attendance prize. There were 23 members present. POP-I* THIS THE TIMt WHEN PEOPLE US& THEIR COLLISION JNSUBANCt WITH- Frank T. Morris Agency, Inc. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BE SURE-INSURE 125 4th St. Ph. 3063 WALLET PHOTOS from any photo or negative Just think—lovely pictures of you— Rich handsome photographs on double weight portrait paper in finest satin finish—at a price that' makes it easy to give or exchange as many as you please. Convenient wallet size — 2Vi"x3Vi" — for friends, classmates, relatives — for college, passports, employment or other applications- 20 from one pose FOR ONLY $ 1.00 nick Film Service 524 East Broadway Phone 4444 ome of Mrs. eptember session Irs. Parrett. Morton will and the be with WINS SCHOLARSHIP - Miss Busta Ann Shpwalter, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Robert i'. Johnson, former Cass county residents, now of .Valparaiso, has been awarded the annual Kappa Kappa Kappa full-tuition scholarship to Valparaiso University. The scholarship was presented during the annual Valparaiso high school cently. Miss awards convocation re- Showalter ranks fourth in -academic standing in the class of 212 seniors who will be graduated from Valparaiso high school in Commencement exercises this evening. The $825 Tri Kappa scholarship is given each year to an outstanding girl senior planning to attend Valparaiso University. Similar wards are made by Tri Kappa chapters '-throughout the state. Miss Showalter attended Tip* ton township high school at Onward prior to moving to Valparaiso in 3958. s k_^ The Women's Duplicate Bridge club met Thursday evening at the YWCA with the following results: Mrs. Earl Ray and Mrs. Gene Strange,, first; Mrs. John Beety and Mrs. Herbert Greensfelder, second; Mrs. Charles Viney and Mrs. Boger Steinberger, third; Mrs. B. H. Shallow and Mrs. Hill Leavitt, fourth. The next meeting is June 21. quickly, easily at HOOS1ER FINANCE Wrap up your bills—car, furniture, appliances, medical or personal—into one easy montWy payment. It's smart—and satpng, too. Call •as today! LOANS UP TO $450 or more! HOOSIER FINANCE 3 HOOSIER FINANCE 504 E. BROADWAY PHONE ai 56 Naomi Circle Holds Luncheon Meeting Thirty-three members and one jjuest of Naomi circle of the Wheatland Avenue Methodist church convened for a noon luncheon Thursday at the church. Tables were decorated with large centerpieces of red roses accented with single roses in green bud vases. Mrs; Alice Morgan gave grace prior to the meal, served by Gladys Morris, Elizabeth Todd, Lottie Thomas and Zora Graham, hostesses. After the luncheon, Mrs, Fern Hickey, chairman, presided. The program was introduced by Mrs. Mabel Butt, vice-president. .Zora Graham conducted the worship service, followed with the lesson on the .topic,/, "The -Ecumenical Deaconess and Missionary," presented by Blanche Cqchley. Flora Jane.Stewart'spoke of the migrant work of the Council of United church Women and asked for donations for, that fund. The general ineetin_ Woman's June i 14 society at 7:30 will p.m. of the be held at the church. Volunteers were requested to,drive'cars-for that session. I SELECT* tnisiifti DIAMOND KINGS Friday Evening, June 8, 1962. Wed Sixty Years Ago Today Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Koons, of 820 Garfieli avenue, are observing their 6flth wedding anniversary today and will ba honored at an open house Sunday at the home of (heir daughter, Mrs. Fred Osborne, 501 Bates street. Arthur Koons, of north of Lucerne, married Iva I. Mohler, of Walton, on June 8, 1902, and they have lived in Lo,;ansport sinca that time. Mr. Koons, who will be 83 on July 11, retired .awn the Midwest Plating and Chemical Corp., in 1952. He is a member o£ the A. F. of L. Mrs. Koons will -observe her :!2nd birthday November 9. 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