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SUNDAY, JUNE 10,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE SEVENTEEN Hinkle In Illinois Church Rites Janet Lou Ruther and Gary Richard Seymour were united in marriage during double ring rites Saturday afternoon, June 9, at St. Patrick's church, Momence, 111. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ruiher, formerly of Logansport, now of Momence. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rozzi, reside al 1525 Erie avenue. The groom is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seymour, of Pana, Illinois. The Rev. Father John Burns officiated at the rites before an, altar banked with baskets of white gladioli and mums. Bridal selections included "Ave Maria," "Panis .Angelicus" and "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother." The bridal attendants included: Mrs. Marilyn Berger, of Chicago, matron of honor; Mrs. Bernadine Molson, sister of the bride, Momence, and Mrs. Terry Horn, sister of the groom, of Pana, bridesmatrons; and Miss Marcia Mayo, of Momence, junior bridesmaid. Phil Mann, of Effingham, HI., served the groom as best man, and ushers were Dave Mall, David Rayhill and Francis Over- lol, all of Illinois. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and silk organza, featuring a fitted lace bodice with a round scalloped neckline and long tapering sleeves. The bouffant skirt was fashioned of silk organza cascading into scallops trimmed with roses above two bottom tiers and a chapel train of lace. A headpiece of white satin roses secured her fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds and white glamelias. Identical sheath gowns of silk SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS •Wedding Bells To RIn, Hinkle-Grant Mr. and Mrs. Carl E.' Hinkle, of Walton, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Malinda, to William E. Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Grant, of. Onward. The couple will be married on August 11 at 3:30 p.m. at the Onward Christian church. Miss Hinkle will receive her A.B. degree from Butler in August and will leach English and French this fall at the Kokomo high school. She is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta scholastic honorary and Mortar Board. She was also selected to Who's Who among students in American colleges. Her fiance attended Ball Slate and is employed with Laid. Law corporation, Peru. (Photo by Burgman Studio) Barbara Grassmyer, Larry Campbell To Wed .On July 14th Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grassmyer, of Walton announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their'daughter, Barbara, to Larry Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Campbell, of New Waverly. The couple will" wed on July 14 during a 4 p.m. service'at the New Waverly EUB church. Both are graduates of the Tipton township high school. She was with Ihe class of 1960 while he graduated in 1961. He is employed with the Bunker Hill Air Force Base. organza with overskirts of embroidered net were worn by the bridal attendanls. They wore bow and net headpieces and carried colonial bouquels of while mums and pompons. Two of Ihe gowns were pale pink and two were light aqua. A dinner was served to 200 guests in the church basement following the ceremony after which a reception and dance were held. Following a wedding trip to the World's Fair at Seattle, the couple will reside at 400 Illinois street, Effingham, III, where the groom is a member of the leaching and coaching'staff of Effing ham high school. The bride will teach in the Stewardson, III., schools. Beginning now, these cooly coniposed Gay Gibson beauties take the guesswork out of dressing. They lead a charmed life in town 365 days (and nights) out of every year. In Urbania®, a textured blend of cotton-rayon-silk. AH in sizes 7 to 1,5. A. The pcfrfait sheath deepens as it descends in slender layers of colon beige-brown-black, beige-toast-brown or beige-toast-olive $14.05 B. Back-buttoned jacket with double-tier trim over its own sleeveless, scoop-necked sheath. Black, brown or muted olive. Ensemble $19,95' 326 East iBroadway Miss Joanne Cole Cole-Kuhcscli Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Cole, of Peru, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Joanne E., to Major Sidney J. Kubeseh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil K. Kubesch, of El Campo, .Texas. The couple will be married on August 20 at 10 a. m. at St. Charles Catholic church, Peru. Miss Cole, a graduate of P.urdue university, is an English teacher at the local high school. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority; Kappa Kappa Kappa civic sorority; and Thela Sigma Phi Women's journalism fraternity. She was vice-president of the Gold Peppers activities honorary and associate editor of the Purdue Exponent. Her fiance graduated fromAVharton Junior college, of Wharton, Texas, and is serving with the U.S. Air Force, stationed at the Bunker Hill AFB. (Photo by Elsey Studio) Miss Linda Bridenbaugh Bridenbaugh-Sundy Announcement is made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Linda Jean Bridenbaugh, daughter of Mrs. Hazel Bridenbaugh, of 827 Seventeenth street city, and the late Russell G. Bridenbaugh, to Michael J. Sundy, son<of Mr. and Mrs. August N. Sundy, of 616 Eleventh street. The couple is planning an August wedding. Miss Bridenbaugh is a 1960 graduate, of the local high school and is employed at the Electric Storage Battery company, Her fiance, a 1961 graduate of the local high school, is produce manager of Garden City, Monticello. (Photo by Burgman Studio) .Carson-Pullen Mr. and Mrs. David Carson, of 325- Wheatland avenue, city, announced the engagement of Iheir daughter, Barbara, to Larry Lee Pullen, son et Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pullen, of route 1, Walton. The couple is planning an October wedding. . . Miss Carson, a 1961 graduate of the local high school, is employed as a medical assistant to Dr. Richard L. Glendening. Her fiance is a 1957 graduate of the Young America high school and is engaged in farming. (Photo by Harrington Studio) Local Residents Graduate With Honors From I.U. Mrs. Doris Fry Spencer, of route 1, and Florence Young, of 1007 Wheatland, city, .were among students graduated with scholastic distinction from Indiana University on June 4. Mrs. Spencer received the B.S. degree in nursing, with distinction, and Miss Young, A.B., English, with highest distinction. Of this year's graduating class, 191 received their\dipldmas with honors in recognition of' their scholastic achievements. Graduating with highest distinc- tion were 12 members of the class with high distinction 22, and; with distinction 157. Cass 4-H Charm School Is Monday A "Charm School" for Cass county 4-H girls will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the 4-H Community Center, according to Beth Puett, county Home Demonstration agent. The school is especially for the girls who will be participating in Dress Revue although other eligible ..club girls may" participate. \ Pattern Princess-Pretty "I'm a princess when I wear a princess dress"—a delightful little-girl dream that you can make come true with this whirl- about style. Easy-sew, gay with rick-rack frosting. Printed Pattern 9258: Child's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Sizes 6 lakes 1% yards 45-inch. FIFTY CENTS in coins for' this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mail. Send to Marian Martin, 'Logansport Press 365, Pattern Dept., 232 West 18lh St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Extra! Extra! Extra Big Summer Pattern Catalog — over 108 styles for all' sizes, occasions. Send 35c. Former Resident Receives Award At Graduation Bill Waite, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith K. Waile, of Rushville, formerly of here, received the Duane E. Walker Memorial award for mental attitude in athletics during high school graduation exercises held there recently. The 1962 graduate has' enrolled at Indiana Univeristy where he will study law. Attending the graduation excises from here were: Mr. and Mrs. S. C, Cassidy, of 1131 High street; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cassidy and Carol, of 2225 E. Broadway; and Mrs. Charles Ross, of 840 W. Linden avenue. MONDAY White Hose club will meet at (he home of Mrs. Bertha Tuttle, 636 Bringhurst street, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Barbara Carson Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mcllwain, of 114 Twentieth street, city, of the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to David A. Lawhead. The couple will be married on September 1 at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Miss Mcllwain will receive her A. B. degree from Indiana University this year. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lasvhead, of Kokomo, her fiance is a senior at Indiana University. Bunker Hill AFB Secretary Resigns BUNKER HILL AFB - Mrs. Garret Palmer recently resigned her position as secretary for Col. .Tames E. Gueydan, wing deputy commander for operations. She will move with her husband, Capt. Palmer, formerly assigned to the base staff judge advocate's office, to 'San Antonio, Texas, where he will assume his new position with the USAF Security Service. On her last day as base secretary, Col. Vincent M. Crane, 305th Combat Support Group commander and personnel of wing headquarters, gave her a surprise coffee and cake party and presented her with a number of mementos. When you are planning to broil flank steak, before cooking you may want to pound the meal with the edge of a heavy saucer across the grain of Ihe meat. This pounding will break the fibers and help make the meal lender. Two olher aids to tenderness; a very short broiling time and carving in thin diagonal slices. WEDNESDAY All circles of the Women's Missionary society of the Baptist Temple will hold a general meeting Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the lower auditorium of the church. There will be slallation of officers and love gift will be presented: The Mary Mills circle members will be hos- lesses. CLARA MARTIN NOW PLYING HER SKIU AS ONE Of OUR STAFF Cordially invites past patrons and new friends alike to visit her. (lady's Beauty Mart 220 E. Market Dial 2202 Costume Jewelry Sale Continuing Further Reductions Including Napier White ELEGANCE Velvety rich harmony with finest fabrics ENRICHED •livable-beauty" that wins admiration and stays beau* tifally new acid ENDURING Just a few-of many trusted qualities palnt-wls* peopk boy in O'Brien PoMy O'BRIEN ASSOCIATED INOfWNOENT Voorhees 1100 N. 3rd Phono 3247

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