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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 10, 1962
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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 10,1962 Vows Exchanged Thersday \ —Burgman Studio Stephen R. Steckel and Eileen Sue Lewis exchanged nuptial 'vows during a 8:15 o'clock evening ceremony Thursday, June 7, at the Calvary Presbyterian church with the Reverend Irving. Phillips officiating. . Tbe bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Lewis,, of 2516 Hillside drive, city,, and the bridegroom is the son-of Mrs; Helen Jane Steckel; of 215 Eighth street, city, and the late Paul Steckel. Mrs. Richard Rothgeb played bridal airs for the double ring rites read before an altar banked with two vases of white gladioli. Miss Joan Steckel, a sister of the bridegroom, was the maid of honor. She appeared in a ballerina-length frock of gold organza over satin. The bodice was fashioned with a scooped neckline and narrow shoulder straps accented with bows. The bouffant skirt was also accented with bows. A yellow bow headband secured a short veil and she carried a cascade of white carnations. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina-length gown of white lace over satin. A scooped neckline and long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands molded the fitted bodice, topping the full lace overskirt. An elbow-length veil of white illusion was attached to a crown of organza leaves and the bride carried a white Bible topped with yellow roses. • Serving the bridegroom as best man was Mike Strahle, city. ' For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Lewis selected a royal blue dress with black accessories. The Bridegroom's mother chose ' a navy blue dress accented with white accessories. Both wore, a SOCIAL ENGAGED Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Ora Greer, of Twelve Mile, of the engagment of their niece, Mary Jean Finder, to George C. Wilson, rural route 5, city. Miss Finder, daughter 'of Robert Finder, 228 Whealland avenue, is employed at the RBM Manufacturing Co.- Her fiance is employed by the Wolf Construction Co., and will enter Ball State ' Teachers College in the fall. Both are 1962 graduates of the South Caston high school. No wedding date has been set. MONDAY Tri Kappa sorority will conduct pledging rites, following a business meeting at 7:45 o'clock Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Russell Eckert, 15 Frederick street. Members are to note change of meeting place. corsage bf yellow roses. Immediately following the wed- ing, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Betty Jo Yoder was hostess.. The bridal table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with a three tier cake lopped with bells. Silver candelabra holding yellow tapers flanked either side of the .cake. A crystal punch bowl added to the decor. • The bridegroom, a graduate of the local high, school, is serving with lhe.U..S, Marines,, stationed at Las Vegas, Nevada. " The • couple will make ' their home in Nevada., Bride Of Charles N.'High Miss Mariana Dawn Hopper pledged her nuptial troth to Charles Norman High during a double ring ceremony, read on Sunday.. June 3,' at the Holy Trinity English Lutheran church in Lafayette with the Reverand H.C. Stolldbrf officiating. • .' The'6:30 o'clock evening service united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hopper, of route 2, Walton, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 0. High,, of Elkhart. The church organist played bridal airs for the rites read before an altar flanked 'With bouquets of white gladioli and yellow daisies. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in gown 'of peau de soie and Chantilly lace. It was styled with a Sa'brina neckline and long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands,'topping a bouffant skirt. A ballerina, length veil 'of white illusion was held in place by a high pearl crown. The bride wore pearl jew- ei'ly and .carried a white Bible topped with -a white orchid surrounded with lily-of-the-yalley accented with ribbon streamers. Miss Tamara ' Hopper attended as maid of honor while Mrs. 'Dan Woodruff was the bridesmatron; Both reside on route 2 Walton, and are sisters of the bride. The attendants wore 'identical frocks of yellow silk organza over taffeta. They were fashioned with a bell-shaped skirt and sleeveless -bodice with a bow in the center back above an inverted box pleat. They wore yellow clip headbands made of petals .with pearl centers, holding short circular veils. Each carried a cascade bouquet of yellow and white carnations.. Richard High, .of route 2, Elkhart, served hjs.brother as best man. Ushers". were Waller Cory, of Frankfort, and Dan Woodruff, of route 2,. Walton. The bride's mother selected a light blue silk organdy dress with tight blue and'gold accessories while the mother of the bridegroom chose- a beige embroidered silk organdy frock with beige and white accessories. Both wore a corsage of white roses. The couple greeted 75 guests at v a reception immediately following the ceremony in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Walter Cory, Miss Connie Ice, Miss Ellen Ramer, and Miss Judy Lihd. The guests were registered by Miss Kay Haselby. White linen cloth was used to cover the serving table, centered with a three tier cake topped with three satin bells. The cake, surrounded with greenery, featured a large scalloped 'edge with yellow roses and lattice trim on the bottom layer while the second tier featured love birds, sugar inlays with lily-of-the-valley, and yellow rosebuds. White tapers, yellow and white mints and yellow punch were used to carry out the yellow and white theme. For traveling to Sunnyvale, Calif., the bride wore a beige silk shantung suit with bone, and brown accessories and an orchid from the bridal bouquet. The bride received her B. S. degree in Home Economics from Purdue University on June 3 while the bridegroom received his M. S, degree in, Mechanical Engineering at, the same lime from Purdue:.He-has accepted a position jwith United Aircraft corporation, San', Francisco, Calif. The couple 1 will establish residence in Sunnyvale. ANN LANDERS Teen's First Dance Poses Corsage-Pinning Problem Dear Ann Landers: This problem must bother many teenagers, both girls and boys. I hope you won't think it is too dumb to answer. • ;-;. . , ; I am going, to a big dance soon and I know.',I,will,receive a cor- STORE HOURS Mon.-Tues., Thurs.-Sat. 9 am-5 pm Wednesday 9 ara-12 pm Friday 9 am-9 pm For Summertime Glamour ' - , ' ' Go Strapless in Comfort % * PLAYTEX Magic-Cling Strapless $5.95 FREE Limited time onlyl • One PSaytex Magic-Cling . 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Please hejp me. - WORRIED IN ADVANCE Dear In Advance: Pin the cor- iage on yourself. I'm sure your date will not mind passing up the 1 mar. * • » « Dear Ann Landers: What is your opinion of a blind date? Our daughter is almost 20 and she flatly refuses to go out with a young man unless she has met lim. ' I say she is cheating herself out of many a good time. She agrees with me, but has pointed out that she has probably saved herself From many a boring evening, I know several people who are happily married and they met on a blind date. Would you please deal with this topic in your column? .1 don't think anyone has ever written about it before. — OPPOSITE SIDES Dear Opposite: Blind dates are for those who have an adventurous spirit. Young people today, however, seem less willing to take the gamble. - ' ' ' When I was 19 (Pike's Peak was only a pimple, of course) a blind date was considered great sport. Today both lads and lassies want a preview before they decided to invest an evening with someone who might be—perish the thought —too short or too tall. • * * • Dear Ann' Landers: I am a Announcements MONDAY Olde Towne chapter, DAR, will hold its. annual flag day picnic Monday evening at 6 o'clock at Dykeman park. Members are to bring a covered dish and table service. * * # Sigma Phi Gamma will hold a pledge .service at 8 o'clock Monday evening at the YWCA. m * * ' Division 6, CWF, of Ninth street Christian, church, will meet Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Carl Hamilton. All members 'are urged to attend as officers will be installed. * * * TUESDAY 1 Honorary Third Mother's study club will convene for a 6 o'clock picnic Tuesday evening at the home of Maribah' Kraut, Pol- towattomie road. Meat will be furnished and those attending, are to bring a covered dish. * * * • The Cass 'county HD Chorus will hold its final rehearsal prior to going to Purdue on Tuesday evening at 7:15 o'clock at St. Luke's Lutheran church. * * # Mizpah Lodge No.-26, L. A. to B. of R. T., will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the 50- 17th street hall. After lodge a social 'hour will be held. All members are urged to'attend; * * * The Daughters of Isabella will hold a business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of C. hall. * * # Bridge City lodge No. 254 will hold its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the IOOF hall. * * * The Jefferson, township HD club No. 1 will convene at the home of Mrs. Amanda Hume Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, WEDNESDAY Shrine Ladies will entertain the nobles at a covered dish dinner and card party Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the clubrooms. * * * Bethlehem HD club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with' Marie Strong. Roll call response will be "how I relax." Members who did not attend the April meeting are to bring articles for the auction. * w # Hand-in-Hand circle, Kings Daughters, will hold a 12 o'clock noon picnic dinner Wednesday at Riverside park. Members are to bring a covered dish and table service. widow who was terribly lonely. Several months ago I met a man who was lonely, too. He lost his wife about six years ago. We see each other about three night a week. He has asked me to marry him and I need your advice. This man owns a small business and lives well. My husband left me some money but I enjoy working and I make a fair salary. I don't need a man to support me, but I do need companionship. This gentleman has two married daughters who milk him for every last dollar. Their husbands do fairly well but apparently they are not satisfied. Their father has bought them fur coats, furniture, even jewelry. He has told me that if we marry his daughters come first and I can't count on him for anything but grocery money. (He would move into my home.) I do enjoy his company and he is not pressing for marriage. What do you say?—LONESOME LADY Dear Lonesome Lady: This man may be a pleasant companion but I think he'd make a poor'husband. Be grateful that he was honest enough to level with you. Some women-doh't learn that their stepchildren come first until after they marry, the man. Then it's too late. , 'H * * Confidential to SUSPENDED: Why expect rational behavior from people who are obviously wacky? Listen politely—then do it the way it makes sense to you. To learn the .knack of .feeling Your Portrait... ... THE PERFECT GIFT FOR DAD ON FATHER'S DAY. There's, just no gift a proud Dad would be more pleased to receive than your protrait. At Burgman Studio a~complete sitting, selection of proofs, retouching .of'the pose you choose, and-a beautifully finished .8x10 photograph in an attractive gift folder 1 is still priced at only . . . $6.95 Make your appointment tomorrow and surprise him on June 17 with the gift only you can give. . 509 Broadway Phone 4678 Married In Royal Center Thomas Gerald Newman and bride the former Sharon Lea Hicks were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, June 3, read at the home of the bride's parents, Mr."and Mrs. Don R. Hicks, of Royal Center. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Newman, of Brownwood, Texas. The 'Reverend Alva Ward officiated at the rites before an archway flanked with seven branch candelabra and baskets of yellow and white gladioli on either side. Rhoda Dodt was organist for the 3:30 o'clock service. She played bridal airs prior to the wedding and accompanied Miss Freida Smith, soloist, when she sang "The Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a ballerina-length gown of embroidered organza. A scalloped bateau neckline ar.d capped sleeves molded the filled bodice, lopping a full skirt. She wore a shoulder-length veil of white illusion which was attached to a floral headpiece. The bridal bouquet of while pompons wilh white ribbon streamers was centered wilh a white orchid. Miss Judith Short, of Corpus Christ!, Texas, was'maid of honor, and Miss Shirley Hicks, of Royal Center, war junior bridesmaid for her sister's wedding. Miss Short wore a robin-egg blue .silk chiffon dress fashioned with a draped neckline and a full comfortable with the opposite sex, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "How To Be Date Bait," enclosing with your request 20 cents 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 slamped, self- addressed envelope. Copyright 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. skirt. She wore a matching floral headpiece with a half veil and carried a bouquet of. while and gold pompons with gold ribbon streamers. A lemon yellow dacron dress was worn -by (he junior bridesmaid. The bodice was accented, with white lace motifs and liny bows edged the hemline. She wore a headband of yellow velvet ribbon with fabric flowers and a corsage of yellow roses. Sam Etcheverry, of St. Louis, Missouri, served his cousin as best man. Mrs. Hicks wore a beige linen sheath dress with a coat accented with coral accessories and a corsage of coral carnations. A reception following the ceremony was held in the basement of the Public Library for approximately 30 friends and relatives. The serving table, covered with a white lace over gold clolh, was centered with a three tier cake topped wilh a miniature bridal couple. Serving as hostesses were Mrs. Leaetta Douglas, Mrs. Frances Dills and Mrs. Karen Robinson. For traveling to 'Brownwond, Texas, where the couple will reside on route 4, box 157, the bride departed in a two-piece melon frock accented with white accessories and a white orchid corsage from the bridal bouquet. A 1960 graduate of the Royal Center high school, the bride attended Howard Payne college, Brownwood. She will be a junior in the School of Humanities at the University of Texas and is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta. The bridegroom, a 1958 graduate of the May high school, of May, Texas, is a 1962 graduate of the Howard Payne college, Brownwood, receiving his B,A. degree. He is an engineer at the radio KEAN station and will teach summer school at Howard Payne college. This fail he begins leaching assistanlship in mathematics division at the University of Texas. Attention Brides: New Deadline! The unusual rush of June weddings has made it necessary to impose a new deadline for wedding stories and pictures for the Sunday edition. Effective Monday, June 18, only weddings which lake place Hie day before and the day of publication will appear in Sunday's paper. It pictures are not available at this time, the story will be used without the picture. (Pictures will be used when they are available.) Wedding stories and pictures for (he Sunday paper MUST be in the office of Hie Logansport Press or Pharos-Tribune society editor no later than (he Thursday prior to the wedding. A weekend wedding that is not reported until after the ceremony will be published at Hie discretion of the society editors. COMMENTS AMD CRITICISMS CUSTOMER'S REMARK I suggest that you spray your laundry to kill the flies. OWNBftS' REMARK We were a little late in putting up our screens, but now we have them up and the flies and bugs ara fenced out. Our laundry is now pest free, air conditioned, and we have plenty of soft-hot water. Bring your laundry here and enjoy your work. , FLAG DAY June 14th is flag Day. e sure to display OLD GLORY. SUN BRITE LAUNDRY 841 W. Broadway Logansport, Ind. EXPERTLY BY There are limitless possibilities in your old Furs. Our stylists can bring out new effects or completely re-style your present coat so that it becomes a glamorous high style garment. You know, this work, done during the slower summer season, costs less .. . so it's worth looking into now.

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