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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 17, Wt Mrs. Robert Leon Brantley was Miss Linda Lee Moon preceding (he couple's marriage Sunday afternoon, June 10, at the Third streut EUB church with 'the Reverend Harold Bond officiating at the 2:30 o'clock ceremony. The double ring riles united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Devon E. Moon, of 3731 U. S. 24 East, dty, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brantley, of rural route 1, Russiaville. The vows were exchanged before a setting of palms, bouquets of yellow and white carnations and lighted tapers in branched candelabra. Robert Hosteller was accompanied by Connie Delawter when he sang "I Love You- Truly," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Attendants Miss Susan Rice, of 1313 Chicago street, attended the bride as maicj of honor, and bridesmaids were the Misses Patti Moon, sister of the bride, and Carol Chapman, 1619 Treen slreet. Miss Becky Branlley, cousin of Ihe groom, of Kokomo, was flower girl. Miss Barbara Moon, sister of the bride, registered the guests. Mike Hardin, of 2001 North street, served the groom as best man and ushers included: Roger Robinson, Jim Brantley, and Kenny Graves, cousins of the groom, Kokomo; Barry Brantley, brother of the groom, Kokomo; Dee Moon, brother ot fhe bride, oily, and Pat Calhoun, Kokomo. Mike Branlleyi brother of the groom, was ring bearer. Given in marriage by her father, Ihe bride appeared in a bouffant gown of Alencon lace and silk organza, featuring a molded lace bodice, a scalloped neckline and sleeves appliqued with pearls and iridescenl sequins. The top of the skirt was formed of lace with pearl and sequin- trimmed scallops encircling the bottom tier of silk organza which cascaded to a chapel train. A Princess crown of pearls an3 crystals secured her circular fingertip veil of pure silk imported illusion. She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow roses. The gowns of the bridal attendants were identically styled in various pastel colors. Of cotillion blue, maize and orchid silk taffeta, the gowns featured square necklines, short sleeves and pleated cummerbunds above skirts oE impressed pleats. The pleats formed a fan effect starting at the waislline and extending to a train effect in back. The headpieces, in colors to match each gown, wore styled of fabric leaf petals trimmed wilh pearls and topped with a fabric rose, securing full circular shoulder-length veils. They carried colonial bouquets of tinted carnations matching each gown. The mother of Ihe bride chose a gold and beige sheath dress wilh gold accessories and a corsage of mint green carnations while the groom's mother selected a white suil with pink accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. A reception was held for 150 guesls in the church basement following the ceremony. The yellow and white satin draped table was centered wilh a five tiered wedding cake trimmed with yellow and white roses, flanked with candelabra and a crystal punch bowl. Hostesses were Miss Jill Bowman, cousin of the bride, Peru; Mrs. Connie Graf, city; and Miss Sherry Silcox, of Kokomo. For traveling the bride chose a white cotton sheath dress with yellow accessories and the yellow rose corsage from her bridal jouquet. The couple is residing at 205 Mill street in Kokomo. The bride is a 1061 graduate of :he local high school. The groom is a graduate of Western high school and is employed by Cuneo Press in Kokomo. DR.O.LBRAUN ; Rog. Padintrilt Foot Speclalilt ' FOOT AH.MENTS • Offico 314 North St. I < tOGANSPORT. PHONE 3330 ""': Wednesdays— Fric9ay« 9^4 30 . ;/ COMMENTS AND CRITICISMS COMlAAENiTS Most of them are very good. CRtTIdlSMS Some of them are bad, but not too bad. SLUGGER We know who you are, you may stop in and pick up the slugs you have placed in our washers. — They are not worth the metal that's in them. The City will not take them in payment of the sewage bill. CONVENTIONS The Republican and Democrat Conventions are next week, be sure and contact your delegates and tell them who you want them to support. May the best men and women in both parties win. SUNBRITE LAUNDRY 841 W. BSIO'ADWAlY UO-QAlNSP-aRT Miss Ruth Hall Becomes Bride In Rites Saturday —Harrington Studio Mrs. Herbert L. Derryberry was Miss Ruth Hall prior to the cou pie's marriage on Salurday afternoon, ,lune 16, at the Columbia street Church of Christ. The bride is the daughter of H. U. Hall, of route 4, Peru, and the late Ersel Hall. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Derryberry, of Colony, Oklahoma, are the parents of the bridegroom. The Reverend Dwight Baker officiated at the 2 o'clock ceremony read before an altar flanked with Mlms, candelabra and bouquets of white gladioli. Bridal airs were sung by Mr. and Mrs. John. Burch, Christine Bennett and Nelvene Wallace. Given in marriage by her bro,her, Jouelt Hall, the bride was .ovely in a gown of silk organza and Chantilly lace. The bodice was fashioned with a scalloped neckline and long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands. A crown of pearls held in place First Reuinion In 40 Years Held By LHS Class Of 3 22 The first reunion in 40 years was staged by Ihe Logansport high school class of 1922 Saturday evening at the Tippecanoe Country club in Monticcllo. A dinner opened the festivities at 6:30 p.m. followed by dancing. Gifts were presented to the members traveling the greatest distance to attend, the one who has changed the least in appearance and the one with the largest family. Richard Elliott acted as master of ceremonies for the event. Memorial services were conducted for the following deceased members of the class; Coy Anderson, Paul Beal, Russell Cripe, Harold Duncan, Huldah Fetree Hitler, Reva Fry Taylor, Mabel Good, Clifford Graf, Louise Grubbs, Jeanette Hair, Frances Lux, Jennings Lewis, Lucille Merryman, -Frank Nelson, Myron Phillips, Edna Pryor, and Lucille Flanagan Hicci. The programs were replicas of the 1922 paperback Tattler and contained short histories of all the class members from the lime of their graduation to the year 1962. Committees for the reunion included: Paul Miller, general chairman; Harold Sharts and Carney Morgan, publicity; Mildred War- felt, decorations; Lucilla O'Neill and Neva Steinberger, reservations; Harry McDowell and Paul Deegan, research; Dick- Elliott and Wayne Price, entertainment; Overton Hershberger and Everett arver, finance. Special guests were: Misis Ethel tlichardson and Henry Gilbert, members of the faculty, Miss Virginia Bradfield, office secretray, during that period. Members of the class attending were: Paul Deegan, Dick Eliott, Marcellus Flory, Lucille Graf O'Neill, Overton Hershberger, Fred Moss, Harry McDowell, Paul Miller, Carney - Morgan, Gladys Roller Nice, Mildred Warfelt, Everett Garver, Don O'Neill, Fred Muckenfuss, Neva Kruck Slein- berger, Weldon Wilson and Mar- parct Klein, all of city. Also, Dr. Alfred Baker, ol Duranlc, Olda.; Dr. Garland Fross, of South Bend; Edith Kessler Love, of Grabill, Ind.; Henrietta Little Baughman, ol Evanston, 111.; Dr. George McDowell, of Fort Wayne; Rev. Donald Ray, of Fort Wayne; Lucile Snow, of Ft. Dodge,' Iowa; Ray Schaefer, of Rocky River, Ohio; Laura Fisher, of Cincinnati; Vera Mullendore Maloney, of Chicago; Mary Arnan Grant, of Phoenix ; Ariz,; Blanch Bradrick Matson, of South Whitley; Kay Brad field Minneman, of Indianapolis; Lois Perry Squires, of Homewood HI.; Serene Rowland Harrell, o. Shaker Heights, Ohio. Ruth McAllister Hopper, ol Lexington, Ky.; Harold Sharts, of Hindsdale, 111.; Avis Moss Matchett, of Chevy Chase, Md.; Charlotte Brown Worsteli, of Chagrin Falls, Ohio; Dr. Harold Lovell, of Larchmont, N. Y.; Margaret Win. field Woodworth, of W. Lafayette; and Jane Ferguson'Gilbert, of W. Lafayette. Husbands and wives of members who attended as guests included: Frances Baker, Zeta Deegan, Marian Elliott, Becky Fross, Zoe Flory, Lynn O'Neill, Dorothy Hershberger, Frank Love, E. D. Baughman, Gladys Moss, Fern McDowell, Geneva McDowell, Mary Miller, Dorothy Morgan, Clarence Nice, Martha Ray, Helen Schaefer, Lorraine Garver, Virginia O'Neill, Margaret Muckenfuss, Roger Steinberger, Thomas Maloney, C. J, Minneman, Dr., Perry Squires, Fred Harrell, Josephine Price, John Matchett, Bob . Worsteli, Edna Lovell, Jane Sharts and Katherine Wilson. Attention Brides: Wew Deadline. 1 The unusual rush of June weddings has made it necessary to impose a new deadline for wedding stories and pictures (or the Sunday edition. , Effective Monday, June 18, only weddings which take place the day before and the day of publication will appear in Sunday's paper. If pictures are not available at this time, the story/ will be used without the picture. (Pictures will he used when they are available.) Wedding stories and pictures for the Sunday paper MUST be in the office of the Logansport Press or Pharos-Tribune, society editor no later than the Thursday prior to the wedding. A weekend wedding that is not reported until after the ceremony will be published at the discretion of the society editors. a fingertip-length veil of white illusion and the bride carried a cascade of white carnations and pink roses. Mildred Robertson was maid of honor; LaVerne Robertson, bridesmaid; and Sheri Rogers and Debra Robertson were flower girls. The attendants wore identical gowns of light pink dacron . and cotton. They wore pink headpieces holding shoulder-length veils and carried colonial bouquets of white carnations with pink streamers. Bill Derryberry served his brother as best man and Alvin Anderson was groomsman. Glen Hall and Garry Robertosn, nephews of the bride, .were ring bearers, and Lurlene Hall and Sandra Powell, nieces of the bride, were candle- lighters. The couple greeted approximately 250 guests at a reception following the wedding at the 50-17 street- hall. Serving as hostesses were Hazel Powell, Rita Hall, Henrietta Hall and Janice Anderson, La Donna Rogers and Larry Rngers registered the guests. The bridal table, covered with a white linen cloth, was centered with a three tier wedding cake topped wilh a bridal couple. The table was trimmed at either end with pink bows .and further accented with a bowl of pink punch and tapers. For traveling on a short trip, the bride wore a light blue frock Becky Sue Smith To Wed .. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, of 1906 Spear street, city, announce (he engagement of their daughter, Becky Sue, to Michael J. Werich, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Werich, of 338 Day slreet. Miss Smith is a 1962 graduate of the local High School and is attending Wedekind's Beauty College. Her fiance is a 1960 graduate of the same school and attended Ball Stale, He is employed wilh the RBM. No wedding dale has been set. (Burgman's Studio) Terry Lee Maloy and bride, the former Karen Martin were united in marriage Monday evening, June 11, during a 7:30 o'clock service at the parsonage of Rev. Virden Graham, Burnettsville. - • . The double ring ceremony united the daughler of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Martin, of route 1, Burnettsyille, and Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. David Maloy, of Royal Center. For her wedding, the bride appeared in a white nylon arnel dress fashioned with a bateau neckline and a draped effect from the shoulders of the bodice. The full gathered skirt was accented with a floral belt and she wore a corsage of pink carnations with white streamers. Vema Kay Martin attended her sister as maid of honor. She wore a black and white printed frock, styled with a sleeveless bodice, featuring narrow straps. The skill was bouffant. Her corsage was made of white carnations. Serving the bridegroom as best man was Richard. Frye, of this city. A 1061 graduate of the Burnettsville high school, the bride is employed with HBM. The bridegroom, attended the Royal Center high school and is serving wilh the U.S. Army. He will leave Monday for Panama where he will be stationed. The bride plans to join him later. wilh white accessories and a corsage from the bridal bouquet. A 1961 graduate of the Tipton township high school, the bride is employed with Ihe General Tire and Rubber Co., cily. The bridegroom, a 1859 .graduate of the Eakly high school, Eakly, Oklahoma, has served four years in the U.S. Air Force. He is employed wilh Olin Mathieson Chem. Corp., Peru. The couple will reside at route 4, Peru. (Burgman Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Dominic M. Mattes, of Dedham, Iowa, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Corrine Ann, to James E. Rody, son of Leo Rody, of Peru; and the late Mrs, Donnella Rody. The couple will T>e married on September 15 at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Miss Mattes is a graduate of St. John Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, Springfield, Missouri. She is employed as a registered technician at St. Joseph's hospital and is a member of the American Society and the American Registry •of X-Ray Technicians and Xi Gamma Xi, Beta Sigma Phi 'sorority. Her fiance attended Houston university, Pan American and S.F.A. State. He is employed with the General Tiri and Rubber company, Wabash. THURSDAY The Excel club will meet wilh Mrs. Edna Annis, 2122 East Broadway, Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Reunion Calendar DYKEMAN PARK . SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Goltry reunion, east pavilion and entire breezeway, noon (annual); C. T. Kinzie, entire lower pavilion, noon (annual); Davis reunion, west pavilion, noon annual). SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Shields reunion, east pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Hershberger-Hoover reunion west pavilion and 2 south tables in breezeway, noon (annual); McFadden reunion, table 2 (by swings), noon (annual); Kelly reunion, front row in lower pavilion, noon (annual). SPENCER PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Baker reunion, shelter 1, noon lo 5 p.m. (annual); Chapman reunion, shelter 2, noon (annual); Joseph Minneman family, entire lower pavilion, noon (annual); Dibble family reunion, shelter 3, noon and all day (annual). SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Corbin-Adams reunion, shelter 5, noon lo 5 p.m. (annual); Raikes reunion, shelters 1 and 2, noon (annual);! Kauffman reunion, shelter 4, noon (annual); Dunsiner reunion, shel- ler 3, noon (annual); Walton. High School Class of '52, 3 rows in, lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. RIVERSIDE PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Powlen reunion, rows I, 2 and 3 in pavilion, noon (annual); Belle Zarlman reunion, tables 6 and 10, noon (annual); Bingaman reunion, tables 7 and 8, noon (annual); Ximmerman-Kepp reunion, tables 4 and 5, noon lo 4 p.m. (annual); Tumpaugh reunion, rows 4, 5 and 6 in pavilion, noon to 5 p.m.; Hunter reunion, tables 1, 2 and 3,11 a.m. to 3 p.m. FAIRVIEW PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 17—Maxon reunion, entire pavilion, noon lo 4 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JUNE 24-Cass County Rural Youth Alumni, entire pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Sunday School, entire pavilion, 5:30 p.m. (annual); Jones Cousins, 5 portable tables, noon (annual). nouncin tt SERVICE MEASURED NOT DY • • COLD •• BUT BY • • THE • • • GOLDEN VLE- • NEW EYES" so that others may see .......... Those old, unused eye-glasses that many families have lying around the house are urgently needed by poor people the world over who cannot afford glasses for better vision. These discarded glasses are being collected by New Eyes for the Needy, a non-profit, nonsectarian organization, which sorts and tests unbroken plastic-framed glasses for distribution to medical missions and charitable agencies. • All metal-framed glasses (and jewelry) are sold to a refinery and the redaemed cash is used to purchase new prescription glasses for the indigent. As a public service, we are collecting this material in this community for New Byes. If you have any old eye-glasses, broken jewelry or pieces of precious metal that you would liko to contribute to this worthwhile cause/ you may bring the material to our office for shipment to New Eyes ... so that other may seel KRQEGER East Market at Seventh Logansport Phone 6154

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