Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 22, 1962 · Page 8
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Eight ~ togafisport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune -Miss Barbara A. Winings and -William C. Platt were united in .marriage during a double ring •service read on Saturday .evening, June 9, at the Walton Methodist church with the Kev. Loren Gisselbeck officiating. The 8 o'clock ceremony" united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winings, Jr., of route 2, Walton, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernell L. Platt, of 2013 Spear street. Don Williamson was accompanied by his mother, Mrs, Bur- n'ell Williamson, organist, when he sang "Because," and "The Wedding Prayer." ;-The vows wer.e exchanged before an altar banked with palms and candelabra. White bows mark-' ed the pews. - Mrs. Larry Leffert, of this city, 9 sister of the groom, attended as matron of honor. Other attendants were: Miss Cindy Busch, Walton and Miss Sandy Guy, Galveston, bridesmaids; and Mrs. Judy Guy, of Logansport, brides: matron. Joe Platt, a brother of the groom, and Dennie Winings, a brother of the bride, were candle- lighters. Ushers were Ron and Doug Winings, of Walton. Larry Leffert, of Logansport, served as best man and groomsmen were: Tom Castaldi, Don Smith and Jerry Hoover, all o-f Logansport. The bride, escorted to the altar b yher father, was lovely in a full-length gown of nylon organza over satin. Trimming the empire bodice and bateau neckline was Swiss embroidered organdy ap- pliquied with iridescent sequins. The short-organza sleeves were made of over lapping tucks. Embroidered medallions accented the princess panel in front of the bouffant skirt. Encircling the skirt from the waistline in front was a wide tucked panel effect draped to either side to the back which was enhanced with a deep flounce of organza cascading to a chapel-length train. The bride wore a pearl, a gift by her father, was lovely in a a. white. Bible topped with while roses. Mrs. Leffert attended in a street- length dress, of light blue cotton rustic weave. The bodice, was molded with a .rounded neckline, short sleeves and two pleats in the front accented -by a bow. She wore a matching blue saitiri crown covered with dotted Swiss and carried a nosegay of blue and white carnations. The other attendants were attired in sleeveless sheath dresses made of the same material as the matron of honor's frock, styled with rounded necklines and two pleats down the front. They carried nosegays identical to -Mrs. Leffert's. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs, Winings wore a green dac- ron organza dress with beige accessories while the bridegroom's mother wore a tan knit suit accented with white accessories. Both'-wore .a corsage of white carnations. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church basement following the. ceremony. The serving' table featured a white swag caught in the center and corners with blue bows. Centering the table was a four tier cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Hostesses were: Cindy Busch and Sara Terry, cousins of the bride, and Myra Seybold, of-Logansport. Ann Castaldi assisted at the gift table and Nancy Turn- )augh registered the guesls. For traveling to Michigan, the jride wore a blue pique floral coat and white .arnel dress ensemble. She wore while accessories and a corsage from the bri- DIAL... 4948 or 21162 FOR CARRYOUT Breasted Chicken Delightfully Diffor.nt 4 pc*. $1 8 pes. $I.»S 16 pcs. $3.55 AT Zoubul's Oasis U. S. 24 at West Llndei WE USE GRADE A Gov't. Impeded Chick.ni MARKET STREET WSCS CONDUCTS GENERAL MEET; CIRCLES CONVENE The WSCS of the Market street Methodist church held a genera! meeting recently in the church basement .with.' 41 members attending. -."•'.•' Sandy Perfetto and Becky Arm'- ingtqn presented a'piano .duet followed:.,with, .devotions""and .Scripr ture.given-.by Mrs. Gerald .Raver who } used" -.as her theme, "The EcumeriicaI ; ;Movement:Of;Deaconess arid Missionaries." ., Mrs. /'Clara ' Minnick gave the prayer; calendar and Mrs. Ruth Cox 'presented a report .on .the book, "Show Me a -Miracle." The secretary's report and Exec- utive'committee report .were.giv- en by\:Mrs.''Charles Sidd'ail. Mrs. Fred 'Heinrich gave .the treasurer's account. 1 - ?\"-"'V ' Mrs.-Cecil-Logan conducted^ th'e business, .session and: made the following, -.announcements:-, -reception .honoring 1 "'the new minister, Rev. Charles .Taylor, arid: his-family : on'; Friday evening,/: June /22; and the. District meeting of the Womim's, society members set for July -18 'af.the. Wheatland. avenue Methodist church., •'.. ," • • 1 Mrs. .Ray Hifchens gave .-'afrer port of check- sheet of 'progress and circle money was dedicated by Mrs'. Fred Heinrich. After Mrs. Logan ' closed the meeting, refreshments were' served by the executive board of the Woman's Society. Individual circle meetings were also conducted as follows: Twelve members of the Huth dal bouquet. A 19B2 graduate of the Tipton township high school, the bride is attending Wedekind's Beauty college, The bridegroom, a 1957 graduate of the local high school, is serving with the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky, COOLING ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH! DRY-COOLING REMOVE UP TO A BARREL OF MOISTURE A WEEK flWM ROOM MK 222 65 WIDE SELECTION OF MODELS 375 Fourth St. Dial 2762 Gish circle convened at the home of Mrs, Fred Heinrich during which time plan's for the coming year were made, and committees named. .' Devotions were given, by Alda Byrt, chairman, on "The King and :the -Beggar.". The program.'ffom "The Church in. the.'World" was presented. ;.. _ ' . During i a social hour, refresh: merits were served by -Mrs. ivaf Evans and Mrs. Bethel Sayger. MABEt MICHAEL CIRCLED . Mrs. Margaret Smith, of 2307 High street; assisted by Mrs.. Elizabeth Sheely: and Mrs. .Jane Flory : entertained.' 14 members, and two guests of the Mabel Michael circle. Mrs.; Jo.-'McKeever, 'chairman, opened the. meeting • with -; devotions followed' with the. program. on;"Paci'ng the'Challenge of Missions":; presented ;-by, Mrs. Evelyn Rose. .She' was 'assisted' by her daughter, Gayle,- -and.Mrs.. Jane Flory and her. daughter, Pain. , The secretary's .report was given by -Mrs, Betty Flory. It' was- announced. that there.will not be a meeting. In'July. "".'•..,' The door prize was won by Mrs. Jane - Bookwalter. The next meeting will be a pic- nic on Aug. 6 with Miss Mary Beck and Mrs. Helen Schmidt as co-chairmen. MABLE HARTLE CIRCLE Plans to entertain at the Cass county Infirmary were made by members of the Mable-Hartle. circle during the recent 'carry-in- supper meeting at the church. Mrs. Robert Boyd gave devotions and roll call was answered by each member recalling something they remembered about ..the .circle's late namesake, Mable Hartle. . . ' ' Mrs. James Boyd gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Ann Harger the treasurer's account. The next meeting will be a picnic on July 1 ait Spencer park ..with Mrs. Charles Siddall,. Mrs. Don Shaver and Mrs. John Green in charge. MARGUERITE DEYO CIRCLE -. A breakfast meeting was featured by. the Marguerite Deyp circle at the home of Mrs. Ruth; Cox. She was assisted by Lucille Elliott. - ' . ; Devotions and the prayer calendar were given by Doris Lufcy. Bernice Raver, co-chairman, was in charge of the program.. A missionary skit .was presented by Bernice Raver, Sylvia Hendryx, Isabelle Herrick, and Aileen Heyde. The business session was conducted by Ruth Cox, chairman. OPEN 4:00 p.m. EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY -JRBM'BMBBR- "Jerry'f lls Tha Name—iPizia its The Fame" JERRY'S PIZZERIA 13th and Broadway Dial 5926 Public Confidence Counts Most The Better Business Bureau has been serving Central Indiana for over 45 years. It is maintained: ... to help people derive satisfaction from their everyday transactions. ... to help business justify ths high degree of confidence it enjoys. ... to promote truth and honesty in advertising and .selling. It exists solely as the result of the cooperation and moral and financial support of ethical business and professional firms. Join with others in your county who already have subscribed to its principles and services. For details write to: Central Indiana BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU 30 East Georgia St. Indianapolis 4, Indiana The July meeting will be a breakfast with Ruth Logan. VICTORIA LANG CIRCLE New. .officers of the Victoria Lang circle were ..announced during the recent meeting held at the church with 16 members and two guests, Mrs. Cecil Logan and Mrs. Joseph Marshall; attending, ., Mrs. Charles Michale, chairman, conducted the business meeting during which time the names of the other new 'officers were announced. ' They are: Mrs.. John Leirer, co- CARRV OUT SPECIALS 4 FISH 4 BREADED LOIN 4 CHEESEBURGERS 5 HAMBURGERS ONLY?!.00 I tb. Fr.ndi Fri.i FREE With Each Sp.cio! MIX 'EM IF YOU WISH MARY ANN STEAK HUT 918 N. 3rd Ph. 5988 for beauty and convenience HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM AWNINGS The Most Featured Awning in America . . . • 100* Aluminum • Low.il Coil-Owrlily • Iak.d-On « No Hot, S»j, Ru»t Ei»m«l • Dun*)., light- weigW • FrM Air M«inl«n»nc« • Slrong«lt Roof Circulation Section Get Our Free Estimates ASSOIUTRY NO OBLIGATION ALUMINUM CASH DISCOUNT 1 226 E. 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