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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 17,1962 SOCIAL —Burgman's Studio Miss Catherine Ann Barrett and William E. Humphrey were united in man-iage during a Nuptial High Mass Saturday morning, June 16, at St. Elizabeth's Catholic church, Lucerne. The double ring ceremony united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Barrett, of Lucerne, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Humphrey, of Plymouth. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Maurice Foley, pastor of St. Joseph's church, celebrated the Mass assisted by the Rev. Father Herold E. Weller, pastor. The impressive 11 o'clock rites were read before an altar banked with bouquets of gladioli. Mrs. Hubert Clifford, of Delphi, was organist and played accompaniment during the Offertory when Ave Marie was sung. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a gown of silk organza and Chantilly lace. The molded bodice was fashioned with a scalloped neckline and long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands. Crystal and pearl appliques accented the valuminous skirt which flowed into a chapel-length train, also edged with lace appliques. A fingertip-length veil of white silk illusion was secured to a crown of pearls and sequins. The bride earned an arrangement of pink rosebuds and stephanotis centered wilh a white orchid. Miss Mary Barrett attended her sister as maid of honor while Mrs. David Forville, of Lafayette, was bridesmatron and Miss Sandy Humphrey, a sister of the groom, and Becky Harper, of Cromwell, were bridesmaids. Jane Barnett, a sister of Ihe bride, was junior -bridesmaid. The bridal attendants appeared in identical street-length frocks of powder blue organza over taffeta. They were styled with short sleeves and scooped necklines at the bodices, accented with deeper blue cummerbunds and back streamers. All wore matching picture hate. The maid of honor's cascade was similar to the other attendants colonial bouquets of white feathered carnations with sweetheafl roses. Serving Ihe bridegroom as best man was Hurbert Sha'ckleton, of Pine Village. Ushers were: David Forville ,of Lafayetle; Robert Barrett, brothers of the bride; Dan Horvath, of South Bend, a cousin of the groom; and Harold Ricker, of North Liberty. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Barrett selected a beige silk sheath dress with a lace bodice and matching accessories accented with a corsage of gold cymbidium orchids. The bridegroom's mother appeared in a pink embroidered sheath dress with matching accessories and a pink cymbidium orchid corsage. Immedialely following the ceremony a breakfast for the families of the bride and groom was held in the church hall. Tables were decorated with flowers. In the afternoon, the couple greeted 300 guests al. a reception held at the home of the bride's parenls. The bride's chosen colors of blue and white predominated in decorations at the serving table, which was covered with a while cloth. Centering the table was a three tier wedding cake lopped wilh wedding bells. Crystal candelabra holding white tapers and a crystal punch bowl added to the decor. Hoslesses were: Mary Olten, of Indianapolis; and Pat Otten and Mary Ann Williamson, both of Logansport, all cousins of the bride; Miss Rhoda Dodt, of Royal Cenler; and Mrs. James Bostwick, of Lafayette. For traveling (he bride departed in a white sharkskin sheath dress topped wilh a prinled blue pique coat accented wilh white accessories and a white orchid corsage from the bridal bouquet. A 1962 graduate of Purdue University, the bride is affiliated wilh Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. She will leach home economics this fall al Washington township school. The bridegroom is a 1960 graduate of Purdue University and a member of the Farm House fraternity. At the present, he is in the School of Veterinary Science and Medicine at Purdue. The couple will make their summer residence in South Bend. An a'fter-rehearsal party was held Friday evening preceding Ihe ceremony by the bridegroom's parents at the Ben Hur. MEETING CANCELLED The Metea Baptist Woman's Missionary society's meeting scheduled for this Wednesday has been postponed until Wednesday, June 27, due to the house party at Franklin college. Announcements MONDAY Purity Rebekah lodge 127 will hold a birthday dinner Monday evening- at 6:30 o'clock at fee •IOOF hall. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, table service and a homemade hat. The entertainment committee in eludes Elizabeth Spencer, Emma Jann, Gladys Wolf, Ruth Delaplane and Mae Lantz. This will be the filial meeting until September. A good attendance is desired. :l i) * The Ladies Auxiliary lo the Veterans of World War I, Barracks 140(1, will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial home. Delegates lo the stale convention will be elected. II 'I 4 The Best Ever class of the Broadway Methodist church will meet Monday evening at 7 o'clock for a garden party at the home of Mrs. Ella Fahnestock, 1418 East Market street. Dessert will be served by the hostess, assisted by her committee, Mrs. Jane Young and Mrs. Adah Hetlrick. A business meeting will follow the lea, and a good attendance is desired as new officers will be elected. i >»' * Jewel Rebekah lodge 541 will hold a 6:.'iO o'clock supper Monday evening at the 17th street hall. The dinner will be in honor of Ihose having birthdays during the past three months. All Rain and Sunshine contest holders are to be turned in at this meeting which is the final session until September Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. The dining room and kitchen committee are in charge. .-> # * Home and Hobby HD club will meet at the home of Mrs. Eugene Isaacs, 1318 Clifton avenue, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Eileen Hill will give devotions and the lesson will be on herbs and spices. An offering for the guidance center wlil be taken and members ter will be taken and members place. !* * * TUESDAY The Cass county Women's Republican club will meet Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at Memorial home for a covered dish dinner and election of officers. Members are to bring a covered dish and table service. >» * * Onward unit 131, Mothers of World War 2, will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Onward Grange hall. '* * « Eel township HD club No, 2 will meet with Mrs. Charles Weser, 317 Eighth street, Tuesday afternoon at 1:45 o'clock. Lincoln Circle No. 1, Ladies of the GAR, will hold a covered dish picnic dinner Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs. Mable Jackson. * * + WEDNESDAY The Washington townsihp and Double Dozen HD clubs of Carroll county will entertain the 4-H girls and their mothers Wednesday afternoon at a picnic dinner at the .Deer Creek Conservation club at 12:30 o'clock. Washington dub members are lo bring either a pie, cake, fruit or vegetable salad and the Double Dozen members are lo provide the meat and hoi dishes. Members unable lo attend are asked lo send a covered dish. All-members are lo bring their own table service. >» * * The Friendship class of the Market Streel Melhodist church will celebrate ils 50lh anniversary Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the church parlors. Those needing transportation are Lo contact either Edna Messersmith or Nellie Boatman. ANN LANDERS Girl Lacks Dates But Says 'Plumpness' Isn't Reason Dear Ann Landers: I'm a £ who just finished her junior year in high school. If some miracle doesn't happen this summer, I'll set some land of a record. I'll graduate from high school without having had one single, hon- esl-to-goodness dale. I'm sure no ,one realizes how miserable I am because I participate in all sorts of school activities. I've held offices and seem to be in on everything. I'm everybody's friend and nobody's girl. Fellows I couldi go ape over ask my advice on how to get other girls interested in them. It really does hurt. Perhaps I should tell you that I'm 5'5" and pleasingly piump. I won't tell you how much I weigh because I don't look THAT heavy, jut my mother won't let me diet, ie says the girls today look consumptive and she doesn't want ne wrecking my health just so '. can wear a size 14 comfortably. Please give me a clue. I'm—BS IDE MYSELF Dear Beside: If you're 5'5" and can't get into a size 14, there's a lot more of you than you need. It's true that mature fellows don't attach a great deal of -importance to a girl's size, but it's asking a lot of a high school kid o gu ape over a gal who is bigger than he is. Dieting doesn't necessarily mean starving to death. Please to your family doctor and get nis advice. He'll give it to you straight—minus the mother love. * * » Dear Ann: I told a close friend off the other day. Now I'm wondering if I was loo shorl-lemper- ed, Belty and I have played cards .ogether for several years. We be. ong to the same service clubs and see a lot of each other. Almost without fail whenever she sees me she has a welcoming riticism. Example: "You have a run in your hose." Or "Your lem is uneven." Yesterday when I walked inlo a club meeting she greeted me with, "Your sleeves are too long." [ replied, "Thanks 'a lot, but I left my sewing.machine at home and I can't do anything about it at the moment." She turned to me and snapped, "I-only mentioned it because I'm your friend." She looked hurt and hardly spoke to me after that. My day was ruined. Was I out of line or was I justified in telling her off?—UP TO HERE Dear Up: A friend who tells you your hem is crooked or your sleeves are too long just as you arrive at a party, is no friend. Such information can do nothing for you but make you self- conscious and ill at ease. You did the right thing—probably several years too late. * » * Dear Ann: Can you help an old ladyV I am having a daughter-in- law problem. I make my home with my son and his wife. Until two years ago worked. I retired at 65. My daughter-in-law has always worked and still does. We used to come home about Ihe same time and do the housework and cook- ng together. Now she insists that [leave the cooking to her. She asked me not even to go into her room to straighten it up. She is always nagging my son about money problems. She recently hinted that a friend of ffers las her mother-in-law living with ler and she gives up one-third of her social security for room <ind board. I think a woman my age should spend her social security check as she wishes. What do you think?—UNWELCOME Dear Unwelcome: I'm afraid, my dear woman, money is the [east of your problems. A mother- in-law who signs her letter as you did ought to live somewhere else. You'll all be a lot happier. Does almost everyone have a good time but you? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "How To Be Well-Liked," 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 Ihem to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Copyright 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. Three Couples Are Guests Of Honor At Anniversary Fete A family dinner was held rc- cenlly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thatcher, 501 Grove street, the occasion marking three wedding anniversaries in the Hyman family. The celebrants will also be special guests at the annual reunion of the Hyman family to be held today at the Alia Hyman farm in Deer Creek townsip. Marking anniversaries were Mr. WEDNESDAY Bethel Methodist WSC3 will meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Ursula Johnson Wednesday afler- noon al 1:30 o'clock. » 11 * Progressive HD club-will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock al the home of Mrs. Edith Kasch, 820 Sunset drive. >l >! * THURSDAY Mrs. Edna Applegate will enter- lain Ihe Wayne Progresive HD club Thursday 'nflernoon at 1:30 o'clock. Roll call response will be "where I was married." and Mrs. Guy Picking, Mr. and Mrs. John Hyman and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hyman. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Picking of Washington, D. C., and Baltimore, celebrated their 25lh anniversary. The former Ida Hyman and Guy Picking were married June 13, 1937 at Center U. B. Church nc Young America. Mrs. Picking's brother, John Hyman, and the former Anna Subert, of 531 Wheatland avenue, Loganspoii, were married June 14, 1025. They have two sons, Don, of Logansport and Jack, of California. They marked their 37lh anniversary. Anolher brother, Willard Hyman, and the former Frankie Bell of 430 Grove street, were married June 19, 1908 and celebrated their 54lh anniversary. Their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs..Raymond Thatcher, served dinner in honor of the couple. Fresh flowers, silver candles and an anniversary cake centered the serving table. . The host and hostess were assisted by a sister of the cele brants, Mrs. Martha Mikcls, of 435 Grove St. This is a big fashion year for denim. The trend started in France, spread to this country. A new gray chambray denim is used (left) for country dress with white trim and buttons, deep inverted pleats. Coat dress (center) in a new lighter weight has red stitching as trim and soft; red leather sash belt. Knee length beach dress (right) has zipper closing at back. Like all other fashions shown here, it's in new chambray denim, a blend of dacron and cotton. Andrea L. Hicks Weds Carl Dennis In Peru Ceremony The First Pentecostal church, Peru, was the scene of an impressive double ring ceremony on Sunday morning, June 10, when Andrea L. Hicks and Carl R, Dennos were united in marriage. The bride's parents are Mrs. Garnet. Daggetl, of Galveston, and William D. Hicks, of route 1, city. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dennis, of route 1, Twelve Mile. The Rev. Mark Rudolph officiated at the 11:30 o'clock service before an altar flanked on either side with baskets of yellow and white mums and gladioli with fernery. For her wedding, the bride appeared in a street-length dress of white cotton and chiffon. It was accentuated with a pale pink collar and hat and a corsage of pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. Francis E. Henderson, of 210 W. Linden, attended as matron of honor. She wore a pale green cotton and nylon frock trimmed in white lace. Her accessories were white and she wore a corsage of pink sweetheart roses. Serving the bridegroom as best man was Francis E. Henderson, of 210 W. Linden, a step-brother of the bride. A wedding dinner for the bridal party and parents was held immediately following the ceremony at the Copper Kettle. Rose Ann Harrington Studio Miss Rose Ann Williams pledged ler nuptial troth to Dawson Dowty during a double ring ceremony read on Sunday afternoon, June 10, at the Mather street Melhodist irch v/ilh the Reverend Harry llashberger officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas E. Williams, of route 5, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Dowty, of Madison, Ind. and Miss Sue llcimcgan, of Elwood: were bridesmaid. Their frocks and bouquets were identical lo the matron of honor's. The bride's imther appeared in a brown silk shantung sheath and wore a straw hal. Her corsage was of cream-colored Cymbidiuia orchids. A reception wns held immodiale- ly following the ceremony in the- church parlors with 200 guests at- uwiy ui iiiouiauji, aiiu. . i- Stewart Gordon played bridal ' e " ams ' A 1961 graduate of the Calves-jairs for (he 3:30 o'clock'rites which j Hostesses wire: Miss Gayle ton high school, the bride is em- vas performed before a setting |Small, of Evansville, Ind.; Miss f.1nt.nrl I.M4 U IU« UrnVf rp.Uin U.,; J_ _. r _... i .. i _i „!..„ _-i ployed wilh Ihe RBM. The bride groom allended school in Ezei, Ky., and is employed with Grables Chevrolet Sales, Twelve Mile. of palms, candelabra and baskets of while gladioli, While ribbon tews and ivy marked the pews. Escorted to the altar and given The couple is residing at 19 W.'i' marriage by her father, 1he b.'idc was lovely in a full-length jgown of Chanlilly lace over laffela. A rounded scooped neckline, Miami avenue. Needlecraft Gaylc Ycager, of Cincinnati; Miss Mary Lou Garretl, of Louisville, Ky.; Miss Nar.cy 1/uxem, and Miss Marjorie Kimcs. bofh of Logansport. The bridal (able, skirted in blue and while taffeta and ncl, was centered with a five 1ier wedding sprinkled with sequins and pearls, cake lopped with (wo blue hearts, and long sleeves tapering lo bridal!Blue tapers and punch added to points over the hands formed the (he decor. Two ivy laced screens illed bodice. The bouffant skirl and crystals held in place an el- 30w-lengtl> veil of imported Eng- sli illusion. The bride carried ajlral accessories, accented with a modified colonial bouquet of while oses and gardenias wilh lanol.is and varigaled ivy. Mrs, Shiela Jenkins, of iVayne, attended as matron of tonor. She wore: a while organdy rcss, fashioned wilh a rounded neckline at the fitted bodice. Eye- el embroidery edged (he sleeves and hemline of the gathered skirt. ['he dress was accented with a jlue velvet bell wilh a bow in the jack. .She wore a while organza pic- Eye-Pleasing Recipe for loveliness when serving dinner: sew this apron; easy embroidery, too. Pretty as a wedding cake willt roses and rick-rack trim. Thrifty, too—ii/l yards 35-inch. Pattern 721: transfer, pattern pieces medium size. Thirty - five cents (coins) foi this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-dass mail. Send to Laura Wheeler 333, Logansport Press, Needlecraft Dept, P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. THE FIRST TIME!. 200 designs in our 1962 Needlecraft Catalog — biggest ever! Pages, Dages, pages — fashions, accessories, lo knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. See jumbo-knits, cloths, spreads, toys, linens, afghans; free patterns. Only 25 cents. provided a background for the vas enhanced with rows of ruffles (able. n Ihe front. j For a week's wedding I rip to A Swedish pillbox of seed pearls Florida, (he bride departed in a peach cohama Ixmcle nautical-cut suit trimmed in while with lieu- Forl corsage from (hi! wedding bouquet. The bride is a 1962 graduate of. Hanover college whore she received her B.A. degree and is affiliated with Phi Mu.sorority and Psi lola Xi sorority. She was recently chosen "Sweetheart" of Sigma Chi at Hanover Mrs. Dowty will teach at the Fort Wayne Stale school. Her husband is also a 1962 graduate of Hanover college ;md re- seived his B.A. degree, lie WHS vice-president ol Sigma Chi fratpr- ure hat (rimmed with blue daisies nily and will be working in HIP. and carried a colonial bouquet of vhile mums wilh while ribbon streamers. Miss Jane Merrick. of Edinburg, ml.; Miss Linda Cross, of Muncic; field of social service at Fort Wayne Slate school. The couple w.ll be at home at 801, 1C. 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