Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 17, 1962 · Page 15
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 15

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 17, 1962
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SUNDAY, JUNE 17,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE FIFTEEN Former Miss Susan D. Rowe AL HIGHLIGHTS Miss Karen Rehm Is Bride —Burgtmm Studio Miss Susan Dee Rowe pledged her nuptial Iroth lo Ensign Kenneth Martin Wisehaii during double ring rites Saturday afternoon, June 9, at St. James Lutheran church. The Reverend Alfred C. Gerni officiated at Ihe 2 o'clock ceremony, uniting the daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Rowe, 2419 Stadium Drive, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Wiseharl, of Elwood. The vows were repealed before an altar banked with white gladioli and white roses. Mrs. Henry Kraut, organist provided bridal selections. Mrs. James Price, of Indianapolis,, attended her sister as matron of honor. Best man was David Herbsl while ushers were James D. Price, of Indianapolis, and Donald Wiseharl, brother of the groom, of Elwood. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a street- length gown of white organza, featuring a filled bodice, scoop neckline, short sleeves and a bell skirt. Floral appliques of lace accented the waistline. A pillbox hat of lace appliques secured her short white veil and her bouquet was of roses, stephanolis and baby breath. Mrs. Price attended in a sheath dress of navy blue silk shantung accented with white accessories. She carried a nosegay of roses and stephanolis. The mother of the bride appeared in a powder blue dress of frosted linen with bone accessories while the groom's mother selected a pink satin-lrimmed cot. ton lace dress with matching accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. Fifty guesls allended the reception held al Ihe home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. The entertaining rooms [ ere decorated wilh arrangements of red carnations and while gladioli tied wilh navy streameis Cenleimg the. linen- covered serving lable, from which cake, punch, mils and mints were served, was a two-liercd wedding cake lopped wilh silver bells and flanked wilh lall while tapers in silver candelabra. The couple will reside in Pensacola, Florida, where the groom will report for duty with the U.S. Navy on June 20. The bride was graduated from the local high school, altended Purdue Univerisly and was employed at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Lafayette. Her husband was graduated from Purdue University this spring with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. Harry M. Gotshall, Formerly Of Here, To Mark Birthday Harry M. Gotshall, formerly of 415 West Linden avenue, cily, will observe his 90th birthday Tuesday, June 19. He is now a resident of the Michigan Hills Nursing Home, 320 South Michigan avenue, Greensburg, Ind. Born June 19, 1872, in Noble township, Mr. Golshall spenl 87 years in Logansporl and' Cass county. He is a former employe of the City Electric Light De- parlrnenl. Following the death of his' son, Edwin, in 1959, Mr. Gotshall resided wilh his daughter, Mrs. Charles G. Patterson, of rural route 1, St. Paul, Ind. Mrs, Pallerson reports that her father, who enjoys good health, would appreciate hearing from his friends in Cass county, especially on the occasion of his birthday. BUIIGMAN STUDIO Mrs, Jay C. Carl, was Miss Karen L. Rehm prior to the couple's marriage during impressive double ring rites Sunday afternoon, June 10, al St. James Lutheran church with the Reverend Alfred C.-Gerni officiating. The 2:30 o'clock ceremony united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hehm. of 115 West Colfax, 'and Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Carl, of Indianapolis. David Dunwoody was accompanied by Mrs. Ronald Cook, or- ginisl, when he sang "0 Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." The vows were exchanged before an altar banked with palms and candelabra, flanked wilh candelabra. White bows marked Ihe pews. Miss Beltsy Bailey, of this cily, attended the bride as maid of honor and her other attendants included: Miss Marcia Cart, cou- son of the groom, cily, bridesmaid Mrs. Edward Nichols, of Muncie, and Mrs. Pcle Carrier, Indianapolis, bridesmatrons; Mi;?a Shari Rehm, sister of Ihe bride, junior bridesmaid; Miss Gary Ann Bivin, cousin of the groom, Mooresville, flower girl. Janet and Judith Cart, twin sisters of the groom, were candle- lighters. David Bivin, cousin ol the groom, carried the rings on a white velvet pillow. Morris Cutshaw, of Indianapolis served the groom as best man and ushers were Steven Pier Fred Browdcr and Pete Carncr all of Indianapolis, and Thomas Rehm, brother of the bride, city. .CALL TOR SSPAKATE CHtCKS ...when it's Country Set's bright matchmates in lush 80% Dacron Polyester, 20% cotton. Blue or green. Sizes 3-15. Blouse 7.95 Skirt 9.95 Jamaicas .., 7.95 32G East Broadway Parks*Woods Nuptial Vows Read In Rites At Delphi Organza Gown The bride, escorted to the' altar and given in marriage by .her alher, was lovely in a full-lenglh gown of while silk organza over affela, designed with a fitted lodice, three - quarter length sleeves and a chapel train formed )y an overskirt of silk organza ind taffeta cascading from a bow il the, waistline. The round neck- ine was formed of rose organza ippliques thai were repealed around Ihe sleeves. A while silk organza rose, Irimmed with seed jearls, secured her veil of silk llusion. The bride carried a bou- luet of stephanotis centered wilh i whit orchid. Miss Bailey attended the bride n a gown of turquoise polished cotton wilh a matching organdy overskirt, featuring short sleeves and a rounded neckline. She wore matching satin slippers, while gloves, a gift of the bride, and a urquoise organza bow hat with a matching veil. Her bouquet was of white fijgi mums. The other bridal attendants were attired in dresses identical lo that of the maid of honor and their bouquets were of pink fijgi mums. The flower girl appeared in a bouffant dress of turquoise polished cotton featuring puffed sleeves and ruffles forming Ihe back of Ihe skirt. She carried a turquoise and while basket of garden flowers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Rchm selected a white cotton chiffon dress' trimmed wilh black embroidery and accented wilh white accessories. The groom's mother chose a beige silk shantung jacket dress wilh pink and beige accessories. Both wore orchid corsages, Reception for 2110 A reception for 200 guesls was held.al Ihe parish hall following She ceremony. The serving table featured a white swag caught at the corners with turquoise bows. Centering Ihe lable was a bell- .opped five liered • cake, Ihe xiltom tier being formed of six learls. Hostesses included Nora !onn, Mrs. James Shepherd and Mrs. Larry Horner, of Indianapolis and Miss Ann Caslakli, city. Miss Barbara Bumb, of Indianapolis, registered the guesls. For traveling Ihe bride chose a gray and white striped cotton suit with matching aceessorie; and the orchid corsage from her jriclal bouquet. Following a week's wedding trip to the Smoky Moun ns ; , the couple has establishec residence at 4024 Crittenden ave nue, Inlianapolis. The bride is-a 1959 graduate ol the local high school and attended Ball State Teachers college. Sh is employed as a secretary by the W. S. Deckelbaum Co., Real tors, Indianapolis. The groom is a 1960 graduate of the Broad Ripple high school attended Butler University 'and i now attending Purdue University Extension classes in Indianapoh's He is'also employed by the Lind 1 Company, Speedway. • Miss Mary Lou Parks pledged ler nuptial troth to Lonnie Woods during a double ring ceremony read on Sunday evening, June 10, at the Delphi Methodist church; The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edrite Parks, of Delphi, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.- Robert Woods, also of Delphi. The Reverend Robert Wilburn officiated at the 8 o'clock service before an allar flanked with candelabra, palms and baskets of white gladioli. Mrs. Linda Lowine, of Fort Wayne, was soloist and accompanied at Ihe organ by Mrs. Lena Hannel. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of peau de sole fashioned with an apron effect of Alencon iace in the front and a chapel-length train. The bodice was fashioned with three-quarter length sleeves and accented wilh pearl trim.. An elbow-lenglh veil of white illusion was secured to a crown and, she carried a shower bouquet of three orchids, ivy and white carnations. Mrs. Miriam Hedrick, of Arlington, Ind., attended as matron of honor. She appeared in a floor- length gown of azure laffela wilh a lace jackel fcaluring tiny lace buttons. II was fashioned with an empire waistline and a shealli skirl. A double veil of silk illusion was caughl lo a clusler of azure flowers. She carried a bouquel ot pink orchids and mauve carna lions wilh fernery. Miss Sue Ann Sieber, of Delphi, Miss Kay Paltengalc, of Fort Wayne, Miss Nancy Rule, of Indianapolis; and Miss Penny Woods, of Delphi, a sisler of Ihe bridegroom, were bridesmaids while Mrs. Pam McGinins, ol .afayette, a sister of the bride;room, was bridesmalron. They Miss Martha Layton and Louis VI. Bender were united in mar- •iage during a Nuptial High Mass celebrated by the Reverend Paul I. Wicklum, assistant pastor, at he St. Joseph's Catholic church on Saturday, June 9. The double ring ceremony united he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. )onald Beaver, of 715 Van Buren street, city, and the son of Mr. nd Mrs. Edward J. Bender, of 1015 Twentieth street, city. The Mass read at 11 a.m. was sung by the church choir. Candelabra and bouquets of pink and white gladioli enhanced the altar. Given in marriage by her step- There will be a called meeting of Fidelity chapter 58, OES Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock a the Masonic Temple. Initiatior will be held and. the distric. deputy, Dorothy, Grieiit, .will be present. There will be a smorgas bord following the meeting. Al! are asked to bring a salad. were dressed identical to the matron of honor, Richard Correll, of Marion, served as best man, and groomsmen were Dave Brown, of Gary; John Odle, of Muncie; and Ronald Carter, of Speedway. Ushers were: Dr. Herbert Parks, of Houston, Texas; Donald Hedrick, of Arlington; and Ronald Rodkey and Gary McGinnis, bolh of Lafayette. The bride's ' mother chose a mauve lace dress while the mother of the bridegroom selected a beige silk shanlung dress. Both wore an orchid corsage. A reception for 150 guests was held following Ihe wedding in the church parlors. For traveling to Washington, D. C., and New York city, the bride wore a two-piece mint green suit. Following their return, they will reside near Delphi. A graduate of the Delphi high school and Indiana University, the bride is a member of Alpha Phi social sororily and the Indiana Belles chorus. The bridegroom attended Indiana University and is affiliated with Acacia fraternity. He is a senior at Indiana Stale College, Terre Haute. A rehearsal dinner was held in the church hall Saturday evening prior to the marriage for members of the bridal party and friends, Preceding her marriage, the bride was honored at miscellaneous shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sieber. Hostesses were Miss Sue Ann Sieber ,of Delphi, Miss Kay Pattengale and Linda Romaine, of Fort Wayne, and Miss Nancy Rule of Indianapolis. Refreshments were served lo 20 friends and relatives. Miss Martha Laytom Is Bride Of Louis M, Bender Pattern father, the bride appeared in a ballerina-length gown of Chantilly lace. The molded bodice was fashioned with a rounded scoopec neckline and long sleeves, topping a full gathered skirt. A crown of orange blossoms secured a finger lip-length veil of white illusion am she carried a colonial bouquet o white pompons centered with three cymbidium orchids. Miss Mary Barr, cily, was maid of honor. She wore a pink or ganza frock, styled wilh capped sleeves .and a rounded neckline at (he filled bodice. The bailer ina-length skirt was bouffant. Sh wore a shoulder-length veil match ing her dress and carried a bou quel of pink carnations and whit' pompons. Hugh O'Donnell, city, served as best man and ushers were Michael Smith, a brother-in-law f the bride, and Edward Bender Ir., a brother of the bridegroom Mrs. Beaver appeared in a ligh :>Iue figured dress accented will while accessories while the bride ;room's mother selected a navy dress wilh navy and pink acce series. Both wore a corsage o pink carnations, The couple greeted about 5 guests al a reception followin, Ihe ceremony at Ihe home of Hi bride's parents. The entertaining rooms wer decorated in pink and white, th .•hosen colors of the bride. / ,vhite cloth covered the s'ervinj lable which was centered wilh two tier wedding cake lopped wil a bridal couple. Pink and whil tapers flanked either side of th cake, Hostesses assisted Mrs. Beave were Mrs. Hessie Beaver, an ami of the bride, Mrs. Ann Smith, cousin'of the bride, and Mrs. Lul Long, also an aunt of-the bride The bride and groom both a^ tended the local high school. H is employed with James F. Pater son. Following their return from Irip to the South, the couple wi! reside at 315 Cliff drive, city. Charming Duo Whirl - skirted dress takes a cape lor cover — an outfit young fashionables 'will .take to their hearts! Simple lo sew — cape is easier than a coat. Printed Pattern 9447: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 dress takes 2 yards 35-inch; cape takes 2% yards. . Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mail. Send lo Marian Marlin, Logans port Press 385, Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Extra! Extra! Extra Big Summer Pattern Catalog—over 106 styles for all sizes, occasions. Send 35c. Patricia Pasquale Engaged To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Antonio 'L. Pa; quale, of 1317 Erie avenue, an nounce the engagement of. the:' daughter, Patricia Ann, to Dr. . C. Jones, rural route 3, city, so of Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Jones rural route 3. A late summer wedding planned. Miss Pasqua-le is a graduale o Ihe local high school and th Holy Cross Central School of Nur ing in South Bend. Her fiance wa graduated from the Washingto township high school and the Ii diana University Medical School, Second Mothers study club wi meet Wednesday evening at 7:4 o'clock for installation of officer and a summer party at the horn of Mrs. Robert Kirkwood, Mayfair Drive. (Harrington Studio) Miss Virginia Ann Schullz, for- ler local leacher, will exchange uplial vows with Clarence Lee ennetl during double ring riles lis afternoon at the Trinity [ethodisl church in Terre Haule. The bride, a leacher in the Log- nsport schools for two years, is ic daughter of Mrs. Jeanette M. chultz, of Terre Haute, and Waler Schulti!, of Rensselaer. The room's parents are Mr. and Mrs. )rville C. Bennett, of Terre Haute. The Reverend Edward Vaught ill officiale al Ihe 2 o'clock eremony before an allar banked fith all while arrangements of ladioli, palms and candelabra, liss Judy Bowman, of Ihis city, vill be soloist. Bridal attendants include: Miss udy Stone, of Indianapolis, maid f honor; the Misses Mary Jane haw, of Kokomo, and Lois irown, Peru, bridesmaids. Candle ighters 'are the Misses -Mary ,nd Patty Bennett, sisters of the ,room, Terre Haute. Larry Ellioll, of Terre Haute, vill serve as best man, and ush- :rs are Wendell Peterson and Jim itcrling, bolh of Terre Haule. To be given in marriage by hei alher, the bride will appear in a gown of silk organza and Chan illy lace, featuring a filled bod ce, long tapering sleeves and a Sabrina neckline outlined will ace scallops, appliqued with se quins and pearls. The bouffan skirt of organza is edged will deep scallops of pearl and sequin •oses. The tiers of lace in back cascade to a chapel train. A head- jiece of organza roses and velvet eaves will secure her veil of 'rench silk illusion. The bride vill carry a cascade arrangement )f white roses and blue dclphin ,uin, The maid of honor will be at- ired in a street-length shealh. dress of colillion blue silk organza, slyled wilh an Kalian neckline, shorl sleeves and a tunic overskirl, Identical dresses in a soft shade of orchid will be worn jy (he bridesmaids. Their headpieces are of handmade organza .•oses matching their gowns and .heir fflowers are nosegays of matching carnations. The molher of the bride has chosen a jewel blue lace dress with matching accessories while the groom's mother will wear a beige lace dress with matching accessories. Both will wear gardenia corsages. A reception w:'.ll be held at the Woman's Department club after the ceremony. The decor will feature the bride's chosen colors of blue and orchid. A rehearsaly supper was held Saturday evening at the bride's home. Following a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 1213 South Sevenlh street, Terre Haute. The bride is a graduate of Indiana State Teachers college. The groom served with (he U.S. Army and is employed by the Valentine Packing Co., Terre Haute. Martin-Wray Vows Read In Candlelight Chiuurdi Rites Double ring vows were exchanged Saturday evening, June I, by Sharlyn Sue Martin and Terry Lee Wray at the Fairfield Christian church in Oakford, Indiana, with Ihe Reverend Paul Ausherman officialing. The bride is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Martin, of Walton, and the groom's jparenls are Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Wray, of rural route 1, Greenlown. The 7 o'clock ceremony was read before an altar banked with Minis and roses, flanked with twin seven branch candelabra holding lighted tapers. Mrs. Linda Kent provided bridal seleclions. Mrs. .Larry Krise, of Kokomo, attended her sister as matron of honor and Rodney Wray, rural route 1, Greenlown, served his brother as besl man. Brothers of the bride, David and Roger Marlin, Walton, were ushers. . A gown of Chantilly lace over laffeta was worn by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. Styled along princess lines, (he gown featured a V neckline, long tapering sleeves and seed pearl and sequin trim on the bodice. A scalloped crown of pearls and sequins secured her fingertip veil of silk illusion. She carried a while Bible lopped wilh an arrangement of pink sweetheart roses. The matron of honor allended in a turquoise shcalh dress fea- turing a fitted short-sleeved bodice and a satin cummerbund. A short circular veil was secured to a small satin hat. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink and white carnations. The mother of the bride chose a pink lace shcalh dress will] wihle accessories and a corsage of pink carnalions while the groom's mother wore a blue flow, ered dress wilh while accessories and a corsage of white carnations. A reception was held at the home of the grcom following the ceremony. The serving table was centered with a three tiered cake trimmed in blue and while wedding bells and topped wilh a miniature brida!. couple. Blue tapers and a crystal punch bowl flanked the cake. Hostesses were the Misses Anila Rush, Kathy L<»fferl, Kay Wray, sisler of the groom, and Peg Hedrick. Assisting at the gift table were Sherry and Susie Malicoat. For traveling (he bride chose a navy blue nylon sheer dress with white accessories and the corsage from her bridal bouquet. Following a southern wedding trip, the couple is residing at 912 North street, city. The bride attended the Tipton township high school. Her husband attended high scohol in Harlingen, Texas, and is employed by tlui Olin-Malhieson Chemical Co., m Peru.' TOYMAS1ER Gonna Open Come

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