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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 24, 1962
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TEffiUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1962 —Harrington Studio Colonel and Mrs. Donald W. Williams have departed for an extended motor tour of the Pacific Northwest following their marriage Saturday, June 16, at the Ninth street Christian church. The Reverend William H. Neeriemer officiated at the double ring ceremony. She is the former Miss Eleanor LaVern Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Allen,, Sr., 606 West Broadway, city, former residents of Terre Haute. The bride is a former assistant professor of nursing education at Indiana University and is a member of Pi Lambda Theta, Nation- al Education Honorary society and Sigma Theta Tau, Nationa Nursing Honorary society. For the past two years she has been in Korea as a member of the Division of Nursing Education, Indiana University project for improvement of nursing education in Korea. Previously, she was night supervisor and clinical laboratory supervisor at Memorial Hospital.- •> Colonel 'Williams, is a. graduate of the University of Idaho, and was retired from the United States Army in 1951. The couple'- will make their home in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. SOCIAL; HIGHLIGHTS Wedding Plans Are EWING—D LION-., . A July 21st wedding at .the First Methodist, church in. Findlay, Ohio, is being planned by Marcia Ewing and Ben N. Dillon. • Announcement of the engagement; and forthcoming marriage Is- made by her parents, Mr. and .Mrs.'W. Herbert,Ewing, of Findlay. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs!"Robert;E.^Dillohi of route 3, city. Both are graduates of Purdue university. She 1 received a bachelor of science degree in mathematics and he majored in agriculture. Miss Ewing is-affiliated with- Ch'i Omegaxsocial'• sorority/ Alpha Lambda Delta honorary, and Gold Pepp'ers.'He is a member of Delta Sigma Phi social fraternity, Skull arid Crescent honorary,, and Gimlet club. He was also selected for membership .in Iron Key and has accepted a position with Reliance Electric''and'Engineering company, Cleveland, Ohio. : '"•;',-(.••.''•. : SZEWCZYK—FARRER . Mr. and-,Mrs.. Henry Szewczyk, of'316 Eighth street, city, announce the''engagement .of their daughter, Carrolyrf Anne,' to Donald R. Farrer, son'of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Farrer, of 1011 Lynas avenue, : ..'-.-. ' ' Miss Szewczyk, a 1961 graduate of the: local high school, is attending Indiana Business college, IHer"fiance, 1 a 1960 graduate of the Washington township high school, attended the International Business college;. Fort Wayne.' He is; the office manager of Staggs General Tire company. •.' .' ' . No wedding date has-been set. • By-Four' Couples • • ! ' KI-ESLING—KNOSEK Judge and Mrs. Norman L. Kiesling, of route 1, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marlene Ann, to John Konsek, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Konsek, of Buffalo, New York. No wedding date: has been set. . •-.. . • A 1956 graduate of the local high school, Miss Kiesling attended Valapariso university. She is a i960 graduate of Purdue university with a bachelor of science degree and at the present is working for her masters degree. She is a member of Psi Iota Xi sorority and is a biology teacher at the local high school. Her fiance is also a 1960 graduate of Purdue with a bachelor ol science degree. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Delta Honorary .and Iron Key honorary. This fall he will be a third year medical student at the University of Buffalo Medical'school, of Buffalo, N; Y. He is also affiliated with the Phi Chi Social Medical fraternity. BROWER—LEGER • Announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of Linda Lou Brower and Leo F. Leger, Jr., are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale M. Brower, of route 2, Kokomo. ,The wedding will take place, on September 1 at the Poplar Grove EUB church. Miss Brower, a graduate of Northwestern high school, is also a 1962 graduate of Purdue university with a bachelor of science degree in home economics education. She is a member of Omicrbn Mu home economics honorary, and Kappa Delta Pi education honorary. This fall she will teach at the Kokomo high school. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Leger, of Kokomo, her fiance is a graduate of the same high school and is employed with Continental Steel Corp. At the.present, he is serving with the U. S. Army Reserves at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Carol Ann Bragfa Becomes Bride In Rites Saturday Miss Carol Ann Brugh and Ralph J. ( Kramer were united in marriage during a Nuptial High Mass read on Saturday morning, June 23, at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic church with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John P. Sehall officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Brugh, of 901 S. Cicott street, city, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kramer, of route 5, Rushville. The 11 o'clock double ring ceremony was read before an altar flanked with bouquets of white gladioli and white pompons. Miss Betty Minneman was organist and accompanied the children's choir when they sang "Ave Maria" at the Offertory and "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother" as the bride presented a bouquet of white chrysanthemums at the Blessed Virgin's altar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a full length gown of silk organza with three-quarter length sleeves and a chapel-length train. Appli- gues of organza petal, seed pearls and sequins sprinkled the square neckline and two side panels of the bouffant skirt. An elbow-length veil of white illusion, edged with embroidery was secured to a pearl and sequin tiara. The bride wore a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, and carried a cascade arrangement of white roses and pompons with tuffs of soft blue satin. ' Miss Jo Anne Kramer, of Rush- DR.O.LBRAUN Rag, Podiatriil Foot Special!** FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 WodnMdayi—Fridays 9-4 30 /' HIATT'S Next to the Logan Theatre Your Headquarters For OFFICE FURNITURE ille, a sister of the bridegroom, as maid of honor. She appeared n a white eyelet dress fashioned ilh a scooped neckline ending in V in the back, accented with a ale blue cummerbund of taffeta nth a bow in the back. She wore' n open crown picture .hat of pale lue nylon braid and white acces- ories. Her bouquet was a cas- ade arrangement similar to the ride's of white pompons and uffs of deeper blue ribbon. Other bridal attendants were: Jiss Carmen Teas, of New arlisle; Miss Connie Brugh, of ity, a sister of the bride; and drs. Kay Evans, of Morgantown. hey were dressed identical to ie maid of honor. Robert Kramer, of Rushville, erved his brother as best man. Jshers were: William Kramer, of lushville, also a brolher of the ridegroom; Ben Bromley, of outh Bend; and James B'' u ghi of ity, a brother of the bride. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Brugh selected a brown and vhite sheer dress with white ac essories while the bridegroom 1 ! mother chose a light pink cotton is with while accessories. Joth wore a corsage of .white oses wilh while satin ribbon caves and pearl accessories. Approximately 150 gucst.s at- ended a buffet and reception ollowing the wedding at .the sank Walton League. Nora Conn, caterer,,,was assisted 'by the following hostesses: Mrs- Karen Brugh, Miss Mary ;ou Zeider, Miss Sue Zeider anc Mrs. Pat Byers, all of city;, anc Mrs. Marilyn, Huseland, of Mun cle. The bridal table, featuring white swag caught v with blue bows, was centered' wilh a'four ,ier cake wilh blue flowers' trim. ' For traveling through.: the Eastern states, the brdie' de parted in a blue and white striped cotton suit with black anc white accessories, She also wori a corsage from the bridal bou quet. A 1957 graduate of;the loca high school, the bride and he husband are both 1961, graduate, of Ball State college. . She was the fourth .grade teach er last year at Tipton school, city and will be teaching at Carme elementary school 1 next year. Th bridegroom is the editor of th Carmel Suburban, weekly news Miss Barbara Jo Stanbery pledged her • nuptial troth to Thomas Smith Porter during a 2:30 o'clock service Saturday afternoon, June 23, at the Plymouth Congregational church, ~^ort Wayne. The bride is the daughter of At. and Mrs. Elwood M. Stan- ery, of Fort Wayne, and the iridegroom 'is the son of Mr. ,nd Mrs. Oliver H. Porler, of 203 E. Broadway, city. A pair of beauty vases of white ladioli and white chrysanthe- lums graced the aisle to the Itar where the lieverend Lauence W. Fairchild officiated at ie double ring rites. Bridal airs vere played by Vincent Slater, irganist. Escorted to the allar and given n marriage by her father, the ride was lovely in a sheath style own of hand clipped Chantilly ace. The bodice was adorned with seed pearls on a scalloped sabrina neckline and brief seal- oped sleeves. Tissue taffeta raped the back with a de- achable train of laffela trimmed with a small tailored bow at the waist front. ' A French bouffant veil of while ilk illusion was held to a crown if pearlized orange blossoms. The iride carried a Prayer Book opped with a while orchid wilh vy and stephanotis streamers. Miss Ellen Ilene Stanbery, of Tort Wayne, was maid of honor. Wayne; Miss Colleen Chall, of Detroit, Mich.; Miss Doris rioltz, of Evansville; Miss Doris Elliott, of Chicago; and Miss Karen Trusty, of Indianapolis. The hostesses wore corsages of white gladoli. For traveling on a southern trip through the Smokey Mountains, the bride departed in an Irish beige linen sheath suit accentuated with an apricot colo'red hat and accessories. The bride is a 1962 graduate of Purdue university where she majored in speech and hoaring therapy. This fall she will teach at Potter school for Special Education with the Hard-of-tlearing, Indianapolis. The bridegroom is a 1961 graduate of Purdue university, maj- ring in mechanical engineering. !e is the plant engineer for Le- 'ourneau j Westinghouse, Indiana- olis. The couple will reside at 6249 Commodore drive, Indianapolis. 50th Anniversary June 26 )ther attendants were: tfarcia Jo Sleiner, of Miss Niles, Miss Ann Workman, of fort Wayne; and Miss Catherine Schumann, of Webster Grove, Missouri. They wore identical sheath rocks -of ice blue sheer nylon or- ;anza, fashioned wilh scooped lecklines, brief sleeves and over skirts with large pouf bows at the waistlines in the backs. Their matching headpieces were bow )ands accented with self-material •ose nylon veils. The maid of honor carried a cascade bouquet of while gladioli centered with blue flowers while :he other attendants' cascade jouquets were of maize colored gladioli in a blue floral setting. Paul K. Smith, of Decatur, III, served as best man while ushers were: 0. H. Potrer III, of Indianapolis, and Wynne K. Porter, of Great Lakes, both brothers ol .he groom; Jerry Benson, ol Logansport; Rod Bergstedt, ol Fort Wayne; Lt. Charles E. Stanberry, of Hill Air Force Base Ogden, Utah, a brother of the bride; and Dominic F. Gerardo, of Chicago. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Slanbsry chose a pastel rose sheath dress of silk organza anc Chantilly lace with matching ac cessories. The mother of Ihe groom selected' a raw silk sheath dress of navy blue accented with while accessories. Both wore a white floral corsage. The couple greeted 200 guests at a reception following the cere mony in the church's youth lounge. Hostesses were: Mrs. Paul A 'Fiedler, of Logansport, a siste; of the groom; Miss Ann Brewei and MissSDortha Hill, of For YWCA Calendar Jeanette Meinzer, executive di- ector, announces the schedule of omjng activities for the coming veek at the YWCA as follows: rtonday, June2 5—Ballet class, 9 a.m. and advanced ballet class, 10:15 a.m., both in annex; Men's Duplicatee Bridge club, parlors, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 26—Fun at the YWCA program /or third through fifth grade girls in Cass county, annex, 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 27—Ballet class, 9:30 a.m. and advanced ballet class, 11 a.m., both in annex; Business and Professional Woman's club,' parlors, dining room and kitchen, 7:00 p.m. Thursday, J,une 28—Advanced ballet class, annex, 9 a.m.; YWCA Bridge club, parlors, 1 p.m. Friday, June 29—No activities scheduled. Saturday, June 30—Junior high canteen, annex, 7 to 9 p.m. paper on the northern side of In dianapolis. Following a 10-day trip, thi couple 'will reside at 20 Firs street, N. E., Carmel. Eastgate Plaza \ TAKETHE WORRY OUT OF BUYING DRAPERIES • W« help you . choose the right fabric. • ' We take the correct measure' . ments. • We tailor and hang—one low cost. 2-Width Pair 84" Long up to 40" wide ': *ir.04 4-Width Pair 84" Long up to 84" wide iQO-M 6-Width Pair 84" Long up to 32" wid» *49 12 YOUR AERO DRAPERY DEALER CALL 3765 Beck Miss Deanna Lee became (he bride of Mm. Richard Loe Beck on- Friday, June 15. She is (he daughler of Mr. and Mrs, Rex Lee, of Eau Gallic, Florida, where Ihe couple is residing and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beck, of Young America. The bride is a 1901 graduate of the Melbourne high school, of Melbourne, Florida, and her husband, i. former resident of Melbourne, is a 1960 graduate of the Young America high school. Both are employed with R.C.A. Technical laboratory, of Cape Canaveral. Florida. Smith To Wed In.Service Today Harrington Studio Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Adams, of 101 North Maple street, Walton, will observe their golden wedding anniversary Tuesday, June 26. The couple was married June 26, 1912, at Jacksonville, 111. The couple lived in Terre Haute until 1953 when they moved to Walton. Mr. Adams was a civil engineer with the Coal Bluff Mining Co., of Terre Haute for 20 years and for the past several years has been employed by the Federal Government and the Indiana State Highway Commission until his retirement. They have two children, a daughter, Marian Gill, of Zionsville, and a son, Robert, residing in Longmonth, Colorado. Their grandchildren are Brian and Trudie Adams and Stephen, Nancy and David Gill. No special celebration is planned other than a family dinner. Elmer Hills Are Celebrating 25th Anniversary Today Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hill,. of 2221.-Spear.street, city, are cele- Dratirig their silver wedding' ari- niversary today. The former , Eileen Hayward, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Hayward, of Burnettsville, and Elmer Hill, 'the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.. Philip, Hill, of city, were married on June 24, 1837, in Marion. ri Hill's.': brother-in-law, She late Reverend Charles Byrt, who was pastor of .the Methodist church in Gas. City, officiated v'at the rites in 'the.,parsonage; Both', are members of the Market street Methodist church. He is a member ; of the Eagles and Elks lodges wliile Mrs. Hill is a member of the:Wesieyan Service guild of the' Market street' Methodist church and the-Home and Hobby HD club. Hill ( is the credit manager at Foster's Furniture company anfl is a partner with his son, Jack', in the Hill and Son Sound Engineering company. The couple also has a daughter, Mrs. Carl Leedy, of Indianapolis. There are two grandsons. Miss Chloe Tangiuiy Bride' Mizpah Lodge 26 Second In Contest Mizpah dodge No. 26 has been informed that it won second place for a membership contest. , Mrs. Carrie Clayton, a -local member, received the award for the lodge at the National convention in Columbus, ) Ohio, ' she 'attended, as ''a delegate. The award will be presented at the next lodge meeting on July 10. Miss Chloe Anne Tanguy pledged her nuptial troth to Captain Don L. Pfefferkorn during formal double ring rites Saturday afternoon, June 23, at the Bunker Hill Air Force Base Chapel. Floral arrangements and palms provided a setting for the 2 o'clock ceremony that united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Tanguy, -of rural route 1, city, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee L. Pfefferkorn, of Lockhart, Tex- Chaplain Eldon R. Smith, Jr., officiated at the rites. Don Williamson was accompanied;by Mrs. Burne'H Williams, of Walton, when he sang :'"Wonderful One" and "Ah,'Sweet Mystery of Life." Bridal attendants included: Marcella Maroney, city, bridesmaid, and Mrs. Herbert Beuershausen; sister of the bridegroom, of Austin, Texas, and 'Mrs. Ralph Biirk- ha'rt, rural route. 3, city, brides- matrons. ' • The groom's attendants included: Captain Mandville J. Kai, Bunker Hill AFB, Wayne Penner, Walton, Howard E. Smith, Peru, and Captain Robert: B. Tanguy, brother of (he bride, Washington, B.C. Ring baarer was Mark Tanguy, nephew of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride,was lovely in a bouffant floor-length* gown of while nylon organza over taffeta, featuring a V neckline and short sleeves appliqued with nylon orange blossoms, and a shirred cummerbund above the bouffant skirt, A crown of seeded orange blossoms secured, her fingertip veil of silk illusion. She carried a cascade arrangement of white carnations,' Stephanotis and ivy centered with an orchid. . The bridal Attendants were attired in identical gowns of rose- orchid silk organza over taffeta : styled with shirred cummerbund! accented with tiny bows, short sleeves and bouffant ballerina- length skirls. Their headpieces were designed in matching rose orchid silk organza over taffeta s sa aurels of bows securing short eils. They earned nosegays of matching flowers. The mother of the bride chose light beige crocheted lace with matching hat trimmed with ylon organza. The bridegroom's mother selected a sheath dress )f ice blue lace with a bait of ulle rosettes. Both wore corsages f matching roses. _ -\ A reception was held from 3 to at the base officers' 85 guests attending. o'clock club with lostesses were Miss Betty Hyres and Mrs. Richard Brink, of this city. The bride is a local high school graduate and attended Principia tollege, Elash, Illinois, Goucher college, Baltimore, Maryland and he local, business college. She las been employed in Civil Service work for the past five years. Her husband has served with :he U.S. Air Force since his graduation from Texas A. and M. college in 1952. He is stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana, where the couple will'reside. Miss Bonnie Jean Smith will become the bride of James A. Walter during a 2 o'clock service this afternoon at the Mt. Pisgah Lutheran church with the Reverend Donald Shambow officiating. The double ring rites will unite Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Smith, of route 3, city, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Walker, of route 1, Bringhurst. Twin seven-branch candelabra and palms surrounding bouquets of daisies will provide a setting for the ceremony. Mrs. Mary Shriver will be organist and accompany Miss Ann Suckien, soloist, when she sings "The Wedding Prayer," "0 Perfect Love," and "The Lord's Prayer." To be given in marriage by her father, the bride will wear a gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. A scalloped Sabrina neckline sprinkled wilh pearls and iridescent sequins will highlight the fitted bodice fashioned wilh long sleeves taperinig to bridal points over the hands. The bouffant skirt features a scalloped hemline, A pearl crown will secure an elbow length veil of white illusion and the bride will carry'a white Bible topped with slephanotis anc ivy centered with a corsage of yellow roses. Barbara Dillon, of route 3, city will attend as maid of honor in s <elly green polished cotton dres.. wilh a mint green cummerbund Peggy Smith, of route 3, city and Carolyn Walker, of route 1 Bringhurst, will be bridesmaids Their dresses will be in min green with contrasting cummer bunds. The bridal attendants will wea headpieces matching'lheir dresse and carry nosegays of daisies Serving the bridegroom as bes man will be Gene Walker, o route 1, Bringhurst. Grover Wesl of Flora, and Marvin Jervis, o oule 1, Bringhurst, will be roomsmen while Max Snider and dike Hoffman will b6 ushers. Mrs. Sirilh will wear a beige heath drens wilh matching acces- ories lo her daughter's wedding vhile the bridegroom's mother 'ill appear in a blue sheath of ylon. embroidered eyelet, ae- enled wilh white accessories. loth will wear a corsage of aisies A reception for approximately 50 gucsls will be held immediale- • follnwiiig the ceremony. The bric'al table, to be skirted n white taffeta with a swag caught at the center wilh mint ;reen bo^s, be centered with a four tier cake, Ihe bottom ayer in tlie shape of four hearts, opped witb'a bridal couple. Crysal candelabra holding green tapers will flank either side of the Miss Cdro! Lipp, Miss Betty 3owmun and Miss Jean Wentz, lostesjies, will serve the cake with mint, green punch and mint reen anc! while mints. A 1!I61 graduate of the Flora •iigh school, the bride attended 'nlern ilioiral Business- college, Fort Wayne. A 1960 graduate of he sE,me high school, the bride- ;roorr,, is .jmployed with Bronson's Electronics Inc., Flora. For traveling to Kentucky for a week, ,l<ie bride will change into a while sheath dress and wear a yellovi roue corsage. Following their return, they will reside; on,route 1, Culler. TUESDAY Diana Temple 30, Pythian Sisters, iWill meet Tuesday evening at 6 o'cli>ck for a covered dish dinner nt the basement of Memorial liume. Members are to bring a covered dish and table servile. A good attendance is desir<sd. LLbJbTlME GI _ocal Students To Attend Music Clinic Three students of the local high school will attend the 17th annual high school music clinic July .7-15 at Indiana university. Attending from here will be: Pamela Beale, 1327 Michigan avenue; Kathryn Holmes, 326 Colum"- bia street; and Linda 'Llewellyn, 1501 Johnson street. •Some 500 high school band, orchestra and voice students will attend the clinic and will be provided practice and performance under the direction of well-known conductors. We feature a large iclctction of . • . Diamonds, Watches, \ Dinner Rings and We also have a large varinty in . . . Crystal, China and- .1 if verwoire AT PRICES TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET Hit's Jewelry. . , We nave ft. MONDAY Tri Kappa sorority will hold initiation Monday'evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. M. L. Butler, 2704 E. Broadway. Famous For Quality' Diamonds 416 Eait Broadway

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