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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE a»d LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOKT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, MST Kenneth D, Haines Satarday Harrington Studio MRS. , KENNETH D.' HAINES was Miss Rosann Pasquale prior to the couple's marriage during a double ring ceremony Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at-the St. Vincent de Paul church with the Reverend Father Edward S. . Matuszak officiating. The impressive autumn ceremony united in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Pasquale, of 1415 East Market street, and the son of Mrs. Walter McHenry, of Denver, Indiana, atid Claude Haines, of, Anderson. Bouquets of large white pompons banked the communion, railing where the rites were read. White bows marked the family pews. Miss Betty Minneman, organist, played several selections and accompanied Al Dunn when he sang "Mother Dear, 0 Pray For Me" and "Panis Angelicus." Sisters Attend Miss Mary Catherine Pasquale attended her sister as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Marjorie Cain, of Edwardsburg, Michigan, and Miss Margaret Ann Pasquale, 1415 East Market street, both sisters of the bride. Marietta Pasquale, of 1435 Erie avenue, cousin and Godchild of the bride, and Beth Ann CaJloway, route 4, Flora, also a Godchild of the bride, and Ann Altaian, of Denver, niece .of the bridegroom, were flower girls.- Garth Haines, of Denver, served his -brother as best man, and ushers' were James Pasquale, brother of the bride, and James Venice, of Peru, cousin of the bride. The bride was escorted down the'white carpeted aisle and given in marriage by her father. Lace and Taffeta She was lovely in a. gown of white Chantilly lace and taffeta, designed with a fitted lace bodice and a bateau neckline trimmed with tiny pearls and a taffeta bow. A lace panel down the front of the gown highlighted the bouffant skirt. Long lace sleeves tapered to bridal points over the hands, and the full skirt swept in to a chapel train. Her pearf.ear- rings were a gift of the bridegroom. . A pearl tiara secured the imported illusion veil of elbow- .length with a blusher in front. The bride carried a heart-shaped bouquet of white carnations with streamers accented with lily of the valley. The maid of honor and Miss Marietta Pasquale appeared in gowns of amber taffeta with the fitted bodices featuring a bateau neckline and a bow in front. The sleeves were shirred and three- quarter length, and the bouffant, ballerina-length skirts featured side fullness. Their headbands were .amber velvet securing a blusher.veil. They wore single strands of pearls and .pear earrings. Identical Gowns The bridesmaids and other two flower girls wore -identical gowns and headbands in iridescent blue-, ' green taffeta. The • attendants' bouquets . were cascade arrangements of yellow -and bronze mums with croton .leaves in the background. The flower girls carried natural colored baskets tinted with bronze and filled with yellow, and bronze mums and.bronze chrysanthemum petals. Their headbands were of yellow and. .bronze mums. A little flower girl preceded each of the attendants up the, aisle:' For ' her . daughter's wedding, Mrs. Pasquale selected a light blue lace over taffeta dress with a matching blue hat and black accessories and. a white orchid corsage. Grandmothers of the bride, Mrs. Domenico Pasquale and Mrs. Angeline Bessignano, added corsages of white mums fo their ensembles. The mother of the bridegroom appeared in a dress of brown taupe lace and a white orchid cor- accessories and a whit orchid corsage. Dinner, Reception A wedding dinner was served at the K. of C. hall at noon to 200 guests followed by a reception at 2 o'clock at the hall for 400 guests. Bouquets of fall flowers accented the white linen-covered tables, and centering the serving table was a four tiered wedding cake flanked by lighted tapers in crystal candelabra. Hostesses were Mrs. James Shearer, Bloomington, Illinois; Mrs. Lloyd Clerget, Lafayette; Mrs. Richard Berndt, city; Mrs. John Reed,-Plymouth;, Mrs. Ray Smith, Burnettsville; and the Misses Clara Cappoli and Roseann Cira, city, and Connie Rairigh, of Denver. A dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents Friday evening for members of the wedding party following rehearsal. Southern Trip Following a motor trip through the southern states, the couple will be at home at 39 jEast Tentti street, Peru. ' For traveling the bride selected a navy blue suit with jewel trim and white and navy blue accessories. The bride is a graduate of the St. Vincent and Logansport high schools..-' She is a member of the Epsilofl Sigma Alpha sorority and is employed as application and credit clerk for the Northern Indiana Public Service company. Her husband is a graduate of the USAFI, served with the US Army for two years and is employed as a switchman for the Nickel Plate Railroad at Peru. for Sales Buy Here and Save Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs At Low Cost LET OUR LOCATION SAVE YOU MONEY Open Daily 9 a.m. Jo 9 p.m. McTaggarfs Home Furnishing Co. New York's Catskill Park contains 600,000 acres. SOCIAL' HIGHLIGHT Al Stewart "Guest Speaker At Meeting Of Who's New Club;'. Who's New convened Friday afternoon in the YWCA parlors with Al Stewart as guest speaker. Mr. Stewart spok'e on . home- decorating and showed slides .of roona arrangements preceding a question arid .answer period. ... . A fall motif was used.by ,the hostesses, Mrs. Don Kampengra, Mrs. Don Goltry and Mrs. James Hansen. Mrs. Alice Hedlund, president, extended her appreciation to all Who's New members for their cooperation in the recent style show. Members celebrating birthdays this month included Mrs., .Vernoh Devin, Mrs. Norman Hartmann, and Mrs. Grover Hetzner, who were honored by the group singing "Happy Birthday." Guests for the day were Mrs. Albert Padien, Mrs. Thomas Reymann, Mrs. Eldred Button, Mrs. Jack Novae, and Mrs. Jim Coolidge. The next regular' meeting, 1 - November 8th, will feature the Golden Age club as..guests. Mrs. Tom "Bellinger .will present, the program on Hawaii.' Miss E. A. Girard AndJ'. R. Robinson To Wed December 21 . Miss 'Eleanor-Ann Girard, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jota W. Girard of R. 6 Loganspor,t, will wed John R. Robinson,, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson of Nappanee, Indiana, on December 21, 1957 at the Church of the Brethren in Burnettsville.' Miss Girard is presently teaching in. the-South Bend City school system. Mr. Robinson is employed in the Dealer development Department of the Studebaker- Packard Corporation in South Bend, Ind. Both are graduates of Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana,'where" the bride-elect was affiliated with' Delta <Zeta Social Sorority and Kappa^ Delta Pi, honorary fraternity; Mr.' Robinson was affiliated "with Ttofca CM fraternity. •' - CassHD Clubs to Sponsor Rod-E^O Cass county home demonstration clubs will sponsor a driver's Rod-E-O- Tuesday, November 5, from 12:30 to 4 p. m. at Tower park. Each HD club in the county is sending one representative. Events wiH .include straight line driving, serpentine, curve offset control steering and parallel parking. Members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and the police department will act as judges. The committee in charge • of th'e event includes-Mrs. Thelma Rad; erstorf, Mrs. Edna Conn, Mrs. Nell Bowyer and Mrs. Mary Batch. Country Club Board To Convene Monday Dick Elliott, Jr., president of the Country Club, has announced thai a -board meeting will be field Monday .evening at 7 o'clock in the country club. •The bdard will further plans' for a membership, drive and 1 also discuss plans for an extended. so*- cial program. Officers of the organization include Dick Elliott/ Jr., president; Kay Hilbert, .vice-president and Joe McClain, secretary-treasurer. (Rodkey photo) Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Hodges were united in marriage-at the Delphi Presbyterian church on Sunday, September 22. The bride is the former Rita Medley, daughter-of Mr. and Mrs, Ernest L..Medley of Delphi. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hodges of route 2 Monticello. . • Following a two weeks wedding .trip the bridegroom returned to his duties in the Air Force and his bride,is employed at Betty's Lunch, in Delphi. . , : Pohlman Studio MRS. A. BERNARD KENNEDY was Miss Leslie Joan Powlen prior to the couple's, marriage during a single ring ceremony Friday evening .at 7 o'clock at the rectory of the St, Vincent de Paul church with the' Reverend Father Edward S. Matuszak officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L J. Powlen, of 730 East Broadway, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kennedy, of 'Ironwood, Michigan. Mr. and'Mrs. George Babcock, of 3108 North Pennsylvania avenue, .attended the couple. Following a short wedding trip, the couple will reside at 422% North street. . . The bride is a graduate of Stephens college. Her .husband, a graduate of Boston college, served with the US Army overseas in. World War II and is employed as manager of the H. W. Gossard company in this city. , - CAMDEM LUTHERAN CHURCH NAMES COMMITTEES FOR BAZAAR.NOV. 7 Women of St. Peter's Lutheran church at Camden are planning their annual Christmas bazaar and supper Thursday, November 7, at the new parish hall with the proceeds to be applied to the building fund. .-.. . . .'• The bazaar. wilTbegine at 2 p. m. with' features including decorated booths of hand-made gifts and candies, a fish pond for the children, a coffee booth and a turkey supper to'be served at 5 p. m. The following committees have been named by the general committee: specialty shop, Ruth Myers, Blanche, Steler, Ruth Jo Gentry, Rozell.a'. Gardner, Ivan Caldwell, Alta. Bohannon; food shop,' Evelyn. Sprinkle, Geneva Shanks, Maud Jones, Gladys Caldwell, Stella Johnson, Evelyn Sanderson and Julia Arnold. White elephant, Lula Sanderson, Etto Jones, Mary Bryan and Madeline Kesner; .candy shop, .Ruth Berkshire, Joan Johnson, 'Florence Baker and L.T.W. class; fish pond, Community Day'To Be Held Jhurscjpy Thursday, October -3d, at 1:30 p.m.,. 'the Ninth Street • Christian church- will:be host to the World Community Day for ; the Logans port observance. . : . Sponsored by the United Church 'Women of the city from, -all churches, it will'be a United emphasis -on assistance ..to refugees in Europe, the Middle East' and Southeast Asia. ... Y --' .-"' Mrs. -H. I. Rudduck of Mishawaka, Indiana,.. of the . Christian church, will be the principal speaker A member of: the state-and national boards' of United Ctarch Women, her-subj>ot will be. "Emerging Peoples." . . • ; To .enable more women to attend ,a free nursery service .'.will be provided during-'the. service. Women's- . organizations;. -.'from each church will bring to. :the;meeting used 'clothing,. .blankets,,, or yardage of /denim lor shipment by Church World Service' to'the needy areas. Local Couple's Son Married Jn Toledo Nuptial ; vows were exchanged at St. John's church, Toledo, Ohio, Saturday, October 19, by Betty Lou Deindoerfer and Robert E. Eagan> son of Mr.' and .Mrs, Alfred Eagan, of/614 Wheatland avenue, citv. "-• V .--''• The '.bride- 'is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Deindoerfer, of Toledo. Following a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 5236 Patriot Drive, Toledo. V. F. W. AuxH-iary Meeting Postponed Due to serving of the Policemen's. banquet November 31sU the 'regular meeting.' of the VFW auxiliary, 1 K November 12th, has been post-poned. .A 'specialvnieetihg will be held Wednesday, ^October 30th, 'at ' - About- 100 old-fashioned" grist mills are still in use along Ohio's streams." ' " - ' , Lucille.Myers, Freda Lesh, Willing Workers class; coffee booth, Edna Hiemrickhouse, Elsa Musselman, Mary Cohee and Mary Ann Moschell; dinner, Mildred Parrett and Helen Tesh, • co-chairmen, Alice Lenn, ' Adriene McCain, Mabel Mullin, -= Marie Rickter, Myra Gardner and "Dorothy George; extra helpers for the dinner, Rosa Roth, Mary Lou Johnson, Olive Booth, Loda Martin, Jane Caldwell, Wauleen Caldwell, Dorothy Shanks, .Nancy / Mullin, Olive Shairtbaugh, Bonita Maxwell, Opal Ringer, Bertha Neibel, Florence Leslie, Mary Wise, Dena Kesling, Bessie Sink, .Edna Lake; Mary Alice Reifel, Frances Caldwell; Freda Lesh, Eva Jones, Lavon Gardiner and Victoria Martin. Dining room, Mary Alice Caldwell. and Jean Heddrich; waiters and waitresses, Pauline McCain, Sunbeam class and men of the Philathea: and Loyal classes; cashiers, Bertha Judy, Amanda Roth and, Charles Bryari; adver tising;. Bertha Judy and'''Mary Cohee; hosts, Rev.:. 'Moschell, Joseph Hiemrickhouse and Fern Musselm'an. •.'-•"•.'' ,.'- Girl Scout News •Mrs, William -Killion, council president, and Mrs. George Thomas, volunteer trainer, will.have a group, .leadership session, Thursday in the. .Scout headquarters. These sessions are also for assistant-, leaders and .troop ^committee members. The hours are from one till three and a nursery is provided for those bringing small children. Senior Troop ,33 "will meet at seven o'clock Monday evening in the Scout Office. Two new Brownie troops were formed at St. Vincent School this week. Mrs. George Thomas met with .Mrs.' Bernadette •• Baltzell Mrs. Marie Bucks;' and Mrs. Mary Brindle. . Mrs. Bucks is. retaining the original troop, number 20 which has grown too large. The fwo new troops- being formed from it are Troop 28' and 29. Chairman-Paul Duddleston and the camp committee are sending out the badges the Scouts earned at Camp Buffalo. The Scouts will receive them ^n the next two weeks. ' • " , Troop 1—Beverly Carson, camp craft; and Outdoor Cook; Gale Stewart, swimming, canoeing, and boating; Tina Emerson, camp craft, and swimming; Carol Mur phy, campcraft; Judy McClaeb campcraft. Troop 2—Nettie Grauel, campcraft; Gloria Hardy campcraft; Susie Schwartz, camp craft, canoeing, - and boating: Janice Kitchell, campcraft; Barbara Beall, campcraft, and swimming; Sharon Murphyj camp- craft. Troop 3— Carolyn Baltzell, campcraft; Carol Pasquale, camp- craft, and Y. M. C. A. live saving badge; Kathleen McGuin,- camp- craft, swimming, -canoeing, and boating. Troop 6—Becky Rittenhouse, campcraft, outdoor^ cook and boating; Patricia Dresler, camp- craft, and ^outdoor cook; Diane Folio, campcraft, and- outdoor cook; Mary .Ellen Luxem, camp- craft, ' outdoor cook, swimming, canoeing, and boating; Mary Kay Rothmel, campcraft, and outdoor cook; Kristeen Whaley', camp- craft, outdoor -cook, and boating; Troop 15—Ruth Kesser, camp- craft; Marcia Laymon, campcraft; Mary Laymon, campcraft, canoeing, and swimming; _Linda Galloway, campcraft, canoeing, and boating; Janet Johnson, camp- craft; Karen.Murray, campcraft; Jo' Ellen Porter, campcraft; swimming, canoeing, and boating. Troop 17—Anita Drake, camp- craft, and outdoor cook; Carolyn Shepler, campcraft, and outdoor cook; Becky Cunningham, camp- craft, and swimming; Diane Drake, campcraft; Anita Kerns, campcraft, and boating; Linds Llwellyn, campcraft; .Diana Kay Streu, -." camper-adit,-- swimming canoeing, and boating. • Troop'25 —Pat Herron, campcraft, boating Girl Scout Life Saving badge; Mary Ellen Dwyer, campcraft; Patricia Tocco, campcraft; Janet Newton, 'campcralt;. Carolyn Johnson,, campcraft; Sally Herron campcraft, outdoor cook; and boating. Troop 37—Judy 'Wolf, 'camp- craft; Troop 22, 1 -. Kairon Jackson; campcraft and'outdoor cook. Troop 41—campcraft, outdoor cook, swimming,. canoeing, and boating; ;6mar. Jean Tilley, _camp- oraft; Marie . Todd, VcampcraJit and outdoor.cook; Patricia Whitmyer, campcraft, and outdoor cook.- Troop.-.': 42—Janet Snyder, campcraft, 'and outdoor cook. Troop- 56—Carolyn 1 Hassettj 'camp- .'.»'•-' ' . .. ' ' Rodkey Studio, DelpfaJ GENE JOHNSON AND.. BRIDE, the' former Ruth^ Smith, are 'residing at route : 2, ,city, following their marriage ^September 22 at the Delphi Christian church. • ':;.,••, v . : The bride is the daughter of:Mr. : alxl''Mrs. -William EiSmitih,. route 6, city, and the bridegroom is the'son of ;Mr/and Mrs. Willard. John-' son,-516 West Broadway. ; • ' ,', " ... '•-.,,; \\ Both'the bride and .bridegroom are employed at the RBM Manufacturing .company m this city. • ' •, :.--. .-..-. • v . „ : (Davidson Photo) Miss Ethelene Robinson became *the bride .of Charles Robert Webster during, a ceremony Sunday, October 20th, in the Salem Methodist, church read by the Rev. Harry Rea. • The ; bride is the daughter of .Clarence'D,' Robinson of route one Walton and the late. Mrs. Robinson;.and her husband is .the" son of . William H. Webster of Logansport;route: four. craft, canoeing, and boating; Margaret Massey, campcraft; Sheryl LaDow, campcraft, swimming, boating, Y. ^W. C. A, life saving badge. Walter L. Collins, waterfront director at Camp Buffalo for the Girl.Scouts awarded the Y.M.C.A. Junior life saving badges to Carol Pasquale and Sheryl LaDow. Senior Scouts who earned Y.M.C.A. .Senior life saving badge with Mr. Collins- are: Carolyn Massey, Katie'Fettig, Beth Hight, Mary, Monwain, Pat Mclswaia, Marilyn-Rush. ,, nd Of Month Clearance MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNiSDAY SWEATERS $3.98 to $5.98 Values $ A group of Qrlori-Nylon—and wool sweaters. Also Orion and Wool Jersey type—Shrugs. 3 $5.98 ib $17.95 Value* $ Clearance of all odds and .ends -of Poplins—Wool p!aJds—Sftipe_'Cordu- roy. Broken sizes.. . 5 COATS Reg. $45 to $49.00 Values A group of outstanding coat values in styles and colors,' ' - - : ^ ;. - v a swell as fashionable black. $10.98 to $17.98 Values Only a few, but each represents an outstanding bargaio. Broken sizes. Shop early. SUITS Values to $17.95 A group of wool and rayon Budget Suits. Some are sleeveless, full skirts. Sizes 8 to 16. . $ 10 to ^ Off > Panty Girdles Girdles Long Line Bras Strapless Bras Bandeau Type Bras The Fashion Shop

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