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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 25, 1962
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IVelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune ' Reunion Calendar DYKEMANPARK SUNDAY, JULY 1—Davis reunion, east pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Blue Ball Christian church, west pavilion and 2 sputh tables in breezeway, - noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Raleigh Guy family reunion, tables 1, 2, 3 and 4 in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual). WEDNESDAY, JULY 4—Bethel Tabernacle church, entire lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—McCollum reunion, east pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Seward reunion, entire breezeway, noon (annual); Dee-Adams reunion, table 4, all day (annual); Dochel reunion, tables I, 2, 3 and 4 in lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Helvie reunion, tables 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p.m.. .. SPENCER PARK SUNDAY, JULY 1-Holland reunion, shelter 4, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Crowder reunion, shelter 2, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4-C. D. Kistler, Sr.,. reunion, shelter 5, 6 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—Stratton reunion, shelter 3, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Wagoner reunion, shelter 1, all day (annual); Walker reunion; shelter 2, noon (annual); Zimmerman reunion, lower pavilion, noon (annual); Samuel and Amanda Moore reunion, shelter 5, noon (annual); Andrews reunion, shelter 4, all day (annual); Dague reunion, 3 rows in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p. m. RIVEHSIDE PARK • . SUNDAY, JULY 1—Kline reunion, rows 1 and 2 in pavilion, noon (annual); Brackman reunion, rows 4, 5 and 6 in pavilion, 10 a.m. '. 6 p.m.; Ray Hunter reunion, row 3 in pavilion and tables, 1, 4 and 7, noon to 4 p.m.; Azbell reunion, tables 5 and 6, noon to 4 p.m. SUNDAY, JULY 8—Dorothy Tidrick, row 6 in _pavilion, 5 p.m^ Sprinkle reunion, rows 1 and 2 in pavilion, noon to'4 p.m. (annual); Spencer-Toothman reunion, rows 5 and 6 in pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Roller reunion, tables 9 and 10, noon (annual); Kistler reunion, rows 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in pavilion, 4:30 p.m. (annual); Bryce- Ferguson reunion, rows 3 and 4 in pavilion, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (annual); Burris reunion, tables 1 and 2, noon (annual); Rhodes reunion, tables, 4, 5, and 6, noon to 5 p.m.; Cass county Rural Youth, tables 7 and 8, noon to 3 p.m. FABRVIEW PARK WEDNESDAY, JULY 4—H. C. Lennon reunion, entire pavilion, noon to 6 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—-Longcliff employees, pavilion, noon (annual.) S The Sacred Heart . Catholic church in Farmington,. New Mexico, .was the scene of a double ring service on Saturday morning; June 16, when Miss Sylvia Lorraine Crawford and John A. Reinholt were united in marriage. The 9 o'clock ceremony united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crawford, of Farmington, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Jay Reinholt, of Monterey. ; The Reverend Father Godfrey officiated at the Nuptial Low Mass read before an altar banked with baskets of white gladioli, white mums and'lavender asters. Miss Judy Clemmens was organist for the ceremony and accompanied Miss Judy Turano, of Farmington, who was maid of lonor, when she sang'bridal airs. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a full- length gown of satin -and Chan- Silly lace. Sequins and pearls sprinkled the neckline of the fitted Dodice. A pearl tiara secured a finger- ;ip-length veil of white illusion SUN MAIDENS Christy and Patty McKaig and Cheryl March were winners of a demonstration contest featured during the recent meeting of the Noble township Sun Maidens 4-H club. Giving Christy demonstrations were: and Patty McKaig, Calories Do Count; Cheryl March, Dream Bars; Julie Hatten, Cottage Pineapple Salad; Nancy Hartman, Let's Set the Table; Beverly Renkenberger, Meat Loaf; Christy Nicoll, Gooey Rolls; Linda Strouc 1 , Cherry Fill, ups; Kathy Myers, Crazy Cakes; Nancy Nicoll, Fruit Float; ' J Karen Wilburn, Apple Crisp. and ONWARD DO OR DIE The meeting of the Onward Do or Die 4-H club which was held at the Onward Christian church basement was opened with pledges to the flags. Devotions were given by the Ka Ann Downhour followed with the reading of the minutes. The health and safety lesson was presented by Debbie Kellems. It was announced that Arleen Price and Karen King will participate in the junior demonstration contest. Bonnie Wilson will be in the senior division. Bonine Wilson was chosen to represent the class as a queen candidate for the 4-H fair. She also gave a report on her recent trip to the Purdue Round-Up. Tamara Hopper reported on her trip to DePauw and Rita Reed led in group singing. Demonstrations were given by Judy Raikes on centerpieces; Dianne Schlegelmilch on banana- nutbread and Tamera Hopper on how to make a belt. Recreation was led by Monnie Craw who also served refreshments with Ka Ann Downhour. EVER READY CIRCLE Mrs. Eva Hardin was hostess to the Ever Ready circle of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church Thursday evening. The circle chairman, Mrs. Lois Scott, presided at the session when roll call was answered with reading points, Mrs. Barbara Collins was in charge of the worship service and Mrs. Delouris Smith presented the lesson. Pledges were paid and the love offering given. Mrs. Dorothy Morgan read a chapter from the book, "Beyond Ourselves." Refreshments were served by the hostess to 16 members and one guest. The next meeting will be July 19. ADAMS HD CLUB The Adams township HD club convened •' recently in the community building with the president opening with the salute to the flag and creed. Members answered roll call by describing their wedding 'dresses, rlelen Dillman led in singing the song of the month, accompanied at the piano by Esther Rudicel. Nora Harter gave the flower.re- port and Catherine Skinner reported on her visit to the club's adopted patient'. The'group voted to have a queen candidate for the 4th of July Celebration with Mrs. Maude Snell nominated. Roses and baby breath decorated the serving table- where a luncheon was served by Martha Dillman, Thurza Hinkle and Reba Young. The door prize was won by Helen Dillman. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN The Bethlehem, Presbyterian Women's Association met with Mrs. Harold Fields recently. Mar garet Horn assisted the hostess Following the business meeting, the Bible study was presented by Blanch Davidson and the topic, "African Women," was given by Valerie Frushour assisted] by Dorothy Maudlin and Margaret Carr. Roll call was a verse' on grace, There were ten members present. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 H. R. Dietze Plumbing & Heating Residential-Commercial Industrial Phono 3409 quickly, easily at HOOSIER FINANCE Wrap up aH your bills—car, , furniture, appliances, medical or personal—into one easy monthly payment. It's smart—and saving, too. Call us today! LOANS UP TO $450 or more! HOOSIER FINANCE 504 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3156 OPEN 4:00 p.m. EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY -REMEMBER- , Jerry's Is The iName— iPizza Is The Fame" JERRY'S PIZZERIA 1 3th and Broadway Dial 5926 KOOL-VENT The finest. in Aluminum-iStorm Doors and Windows, Awnings, Siding, Guttering. Railing and Marquees. Several Colors to Choose From. —ALSO 'SEE US 'FOR— Overhead doors, ornamental iron, electric operators, room dividers, accordion folding doors, steel, aluminum and glass entrance doors. All types windows. Expert Installation and Maintenance EICO SALES ENGR. CO. U. S. 35 N. Route 1, Logansport, Ind. Call 3167 or 3494 for 'Free Estimwtes FOR OVER 25 YEARSl "ROSS REID Roofs'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free and the bride carried a white Prayer book, a gift of the groom, which was topped'with a white orchid with a lavender throat. , Mrs. Mary- Ann Barnes, of fobbs, N.M., was bridesmatron and Julie Turano, of Farmington, served as a flower girl. The 'attendants wore lavender organza and satin frocks accented with white accessories. They carried nosegays, of white mums and lavender asters. ' ' James 'Beinholt served as best man and groomsmen ,were James Reinholt and Jerome'Reinholt. All are from Monterey and brothers of the bridegroom. Ushers were Gary Crawford and Myron Crawford. Bert Revoir,. cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride's mother selected a >ink lace dress while the mother of the bridegroom chose a sap>hire blue chiffon and lace, dress. Joth wore a corsage of gardenias. The couple greeted 100 guests at a reception immediately following he ceremony in the church hall. The -serving table centered with wedding cake, was accentuated with a bouquet .of white gladioli, ivihte mums and deep lavender asters and. white tapers. Hostesses were, Mrs. Mattie )aniel, Mrsi Faye Crawford and i!rs. Mary Jane . Copeland. The [uests were registered by Miss losalie Eomero. For traveling from, Farmington :o Star City where the couple is •esiding, the bride wore a lavender suit with white accessories and a orchid corsage. The bride and her husband are joth graduates of the New Mexico Western college, of ; Silver !ity, and are listed in Who's Who. A graduate of the Farmington riigh scbhol, the bride was affiliated with Triple-Tri and her hus- Dand, who gradauted 'from the Monterpy .high school, served as president of, the Associaated Students .Coach at N.W.W, college; During the .past year, the bride taught school in Hoiibs, while the bridegroom taught ,'n Silver City, M, She will begin teaching at Pulaski this fall and he will at Star City. A reception will be hold in their honor Sunday afternoon, June '24, at 2 p.m. at St. Ann's Catholic church, Monterey. Serving as hostesses will be Mrs. Louis Engel and Miss Carol Christenson, Mrs. Bertha Myers Expires at Camden . CAMDEN-Mrs.,Bertha'B. Myers, 82, of Camden, died at her residence at 2:30 p.m. Sunday following a brief illness. Born in'Clinton county Aug. 22, 1879, she was the daughter of Jesse and Elizabeth Rogers Coy- nei'i . Her marriage on. June 21, 1899, was to Estle W. Myers, ; who survives. She and her husband observed their 63rd wedding anniversary last Thursday. She was a member of the Camden Methodist church. In addition to the husband, survivors include two sons, A; Ray, of Camden and Howard, of Indianapolis; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. ', Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Gentry funeral home in Camden, Rev. William Moschell/ officiating. Burial and graveside rites will be in the Union cemetery at Desoto, Ind., at 3 p.m. Tuesday. Friends may call, at the funeral home after 6 p.m. Monday. ; FA Meeting Annual Meeting Clymers' Cemetery Association Wednesday, June 27th 7:30 p. m. Clymers Methodist Church Hazel Ann Wolf, Pres. 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A short business meeting was eld .at which the hew F.F.A. jacks were issued to .members pres- it. The group decided to hold its ext meeting.in conjunction with Softball game with the Calves- n F.F.A. Those present were:. Gary utts, Kenny Bell, Mike Leffert, ohn Hardy, Bob Johnson, Steve ohnson, Junior Cree, Terry Man ng, Jon Cohee, Howard Turn- augh, Larry Babb, Marion Down, am and-the sponsor, Coleman arris, and his wife. RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 OPEN ARTS BARBER SHOP 102 S. Third St. Between North & High Old and New Customers Welcome Art Morphet Monday E'rening, .Tune 25,1962; STRIKE ENDS—Pickets of the Ford Motor Co., 17-day strike which idled 77,000 employes at of Walton Hills, 0., rip up strike signs Sunday plants across the nation. The first full shift as members ratified an agreement to end their reported to work at midnight Sunday. (DPI) SMITH NAMED COACH BOSTON (UPD - William G. 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