Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1962 · Page 6
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Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tuesday Evening, June 26, 1962. PIZZA IS TEEN TREAT—The national favorite of teenagers is pizza and here is a real gourmet treat that's just as much fun to bake as it is to eat when you use packaged scone mix for the crust. Here's the recipe: PIZZA 2 8-ounce cans tomato sauce 2/3 cup water 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 teaspoon sugar Dash of cayenne pepper % teaspoon oregano 1 clove garlic, minced 1 package active dry yeast 2/3 cup lukewarm water 1 egg, beaten 113-ounce package scone mix 1 pound Italian sausage, fried and chopped 1 4-ounce can sliced mushrooms, drained % pound salami, chopped 1 pound sliced Mozzarella cheese • . • • 2 tablespoons olive oil . . ; 1 teaspoon oregano • ' Combine first 7 ingredients. Simmer 2 hours. Soften yeast in lukewarm water. Blend yeast with egg and scone mix. Knesd until smooth. Cover and let rise until double in .bulk. Punch down and knead well until dough is very smooth, about 5 minutes. Divide dough in half. Roll each half to fit 12-inch pizza pans. Spread sauce over dough. Make alternate sections, of chopped sausage, sliced mushrooms and chopped salami. -Top with cheese and sprinkle each pie with 1 tablespoon olive oil and Vi teaspoon oregano. Bake in a hot oven (425° F.) 20 to 25 minutes. . Makes 2 12-inch pizzas. Miss Sue Ann Sieber became the bride of Richard L. Cornell during an impressive 3:30 o'clock service Sunday afternoon, June 24,. at the First Presbyterian church, Delphi, with the Reverend James Rankin officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sieber, of Delphi, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cornell, also of Delphi. The double ring rites we're read before a setting of vases of white gladioli and pompons with .fernery, palms and seven branch can delabra. William Million, of Muncie, was organist and accompanied Miss Julie Fontaine, of West Lafayette, when she sang "T Love Thee," "This Is My Beloved," and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her fathr er, the. bride .was lovely in a floor- length gown of white embroidered silk organza over 'taffeta, fashioned with .4 scooped'neckline and elbow-length sleeves'! 1 . .Accenting the back of the, -own wag a :peau de sole pannier and V U bow-and sash complimenting the chapel- length train. .,.",' : A matching Juliet cap embroidered with seed pearls secured a ballerina-length veil of silk illusion and the bride carried a' white Bible topped with a bouquet of •white phalanopsis spray orchids and rosette clusters of stephan- ctis. Miss Mary Kay Sieber, of Delphi, attended her sister as maid of honor. She appeared in a street- length sheath dress of nector silk organza over taffeta, featuring a matching silk organza overskirt. Her shower cascade of nector tone sweetheart roses was highlighted with sprigs of Gypsophila and circle frills of while bridal tulle. Lonnie C. Woods, of Delphi, was best man and ushers were: James Landis, Richard Klepinger, and William R. Sieber, a brother of the bride, all of Delphi. For .her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Sieber..-selected a Neptune silk linen sheath with an re-embroidered Alencon lace bodice The mother of the bridegroom se^ lected a beige silk sheath with matching accessories. Both wore a corsage of small j te orchids The grandmothers wc-e presentee wilh while cairnalion corsages tiet Rent Electric Carpel Shampooer for Only$1 Now you'can rent the new Blue --Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer /or, only $1. per day with the purchase of Blue .Lustre Carpet Shampoo. Save blp:. with this easy to use "do. -it. yourself", equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting:. Available at Hook's Dependable Drug Stores. COMPARE OUR DIAMOND VALUES! REMEMBERr-MONEY SAVE* IS MONEY EARNED FERNBAUGH'S "Famous For Quality Diamonds" Social Calendar TUESDAY p.m.—Golden Age Bible class, Helm street Church of God, Fairview park. p.m.—Diana Temple 30, Pythian Sisters, Memorial home. .:30 p.m.—D. of I.'s, dinner for fathers or husbands, K. of C. hall. 7:30 p.m.—Francis E. Willard class, at Wheatland avenue Methodist church. p.m.—Washington township 49er's HD, Mrs. Joan Plank. 8 p.m.—VFW Auxiliary, post home. WEDNESDAY 11 a.m.—Miami Baplist Missionary society, at church. >Joon—Dorcas class, at Main street Methodist church. 1 p.m.—Clinton HD club, Mrs. Dorothy Shanks. 1:30 p.m.—Royal Neighbors of America, Marie Anderson, p.m.—Women's Missionary society, Metea Baptist church, Mrs. Margaret Yantis; bring love gifts, p.m.—Eel HD club 1, Mrs. Alta Hyman, 431 Burlington, p.m.—What Next class, Neal home. Garden Is Setting For Tri Kappa's Initiation of 19 Candlelight initiation rites were conducted Monday evening.for 19 new members of Alpha Mu chapter, Tri Kappa sorority, oil the garden patio at the home of Mrs. M. L. Butler, 2704 E. Broadway. Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, pledge director, inducted the following new members: Mrs. Alan Hilda- orandt, Miss Mary Anna Becker; Vliss Anne Louise Lyon,-Miss Ann Sheckell; Miss Linda Stonerock and Miss Martha Grube; Mrs. Richard Mote, Miss- Janice EClumpp, Miss Vicki Walker, Miss Karen Kiesling, and Miss Judy McMillen, Miss Jane Grube, Miss Mary Jacot, Miss Dianne Wells, Miss Sherry Simpson, Mrs. Ralph R. Kauffman; Miss Jane Justice, Mrs. Christian M. McClure and Mrs. G. Thomas Puett. Specially invited, guests includ- 1 Mrs. William Murdock, grand- other of Martha and Jane Grube, nd Mrs. Allan Nelson, grand- other of Mary Anna Becker, oth of whom are charter mem- ers of the local chapter. The ini- ation of their grand-daughters arks a three-generation span of ri Kappas. Other guests included members ' the Logansport associate chap- jr and mothers of initiates who Iso were Tri Kappas. Following the ceremony, which as conducted by active chapter fficers, a brief business meeting as conducted by Mrs. Dale Gor, president. Routine reports ere made by committee chair- ten and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, resident-elect, outlined proposals ir sorority activities next year. Members arid guests then en- >yed. an informal reception hich featured a buffet served rom a table featuring crystal ser- ice and tapers burning in silver andelabra. and arranged with cut owers. Fruit, punch in silver unch bowls was served with hicken salad, hot rolls, fruit sal- d, mints and nuts. Mrs. James ' Hollibaugh, was hairman of the committee in harge and was assisted by Mrs M. Druck, Mrs. Richard Faw ett, Mrs. B. B. Kirkwood, Mrs C. L. Partridge, Mrs. Herber mall, Mrs. Joe Herd, Mrs. John n silver. A reception was held following lie ceremony at the home of the Dride's parenls. , The bridal table was centered with a four tier cake surrounded «th similax and nector tone weetheart roses. Hostesses were: Nancy 0 Rule, if Indianapolis; Mary Lou'Woods, if Delphi; Kay Eatlengale and jinda Romine, both of Fort iVayne; and Debra Feldman, of hicago. For a week's trip to the Smokey fountains, the bride changed into blue and white jacket dress with,.white accessories. Following heir, return, residence will be es- :ablished at 2905 South Washington street, Marion. The bride is a graduate of the Delphi high school and Indiana Jm'versity. She is & member of Alpha Phi sorority and Kappa Kappa Kappa. • The bridegroom is also a;'grad- uale of the. Delphi- high school and attended Indiana University. A graduate of the Indiana College of Mortuary Science, he is employed with the Shawley Funeral home, Marion. • •• Announce Supreme Appointment at v Nlaomi Shrine Meet Announcement was made o Jelva Wilson's Supreme appoint ment as district deputy of Koko mo, Rochester and Loganspor during Naomi Shrine's recent ses sion at the IOOF hall. A- combined school of instruc lion will be held at a later date. The ways and means commitlei was appoinlecl and includes Mr and Mrs. Carl Long, Mr. and Mrs Tiarles Eichensehr, Dorolhy Hughes, June Gillum and Mr. an Mrs. Lyle Minnick. Invitations for line officer were read from Rochester o June 26 and Wabash on Jurie;.27 Supreme inspection will' ; be he! at Anderson June 26 : arid' at .Rich mond June 27.' '.- •;..'' Fathers were,honored and; pr senled gifts. The annual picni will be held Aug. 2 at Dykema park. The next meeling will :b July 19. Refreshments and a so cial hour followed the meeting. Read the Want Ads! DR.O.L.BRAUN * ' Reg. Podta'tris? •'Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North SI. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 - Wed^eid^yt—Fridays 9-4|30 / PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Phone 5144 Need some fast cleaning this week? Come to 608 Broadway for 2-hour service or Call 3333 for 24-hour service on our truck. No extra charge. Jaime York Becomes Bride Of Joseph Baker At Peru Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baker are •esiding in Wabash following their return form a .wedding trip. The couple was married Saturday, Pune 16,' at St. Charles church n Peru. The bride, the former Miss fane. Anne York, is the daughter if. Mrs, Leeona. York, of Peru, and Kenneth York, rural route 4, Peru.- The groom's parents are tfr. and Mrs. Joseph G.'Baker, also of Peru. The double ring rites were read at 12:30 p.m. by Msgr. Paul A. Welsh. 'Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace and bouquet affeta, featuring pearl and sequin-trimmed appliques outlining he scalloped Sabrina neckline of he long-sleeved bodice. The bouf- 'ant skirt cascaded from a laf- 'eta cummerbund to deep scallops on each side and a chapel train n back. A lace and satin pillbox .rimmed wilh sequins and pearls secured her fingertip veil. She :arried a cresent arrangement of gardenias. Mrs. Wilson D. York, of Indianapolis, attended her sister-in- law as matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth Weideman, of Pierre, S.D., and Miss Beth Ann Schlegelmilch, of Walton. , All wore slreet-lenght sheaths of turquoise satin wilh organza overskirts in.the same color. Each wore a Dior bow. headpiece and veil and carried a. garden, basket of pink roses and while daisies. Richard Kucharek, of Detroit, was .best man, and ushers were Richard Gebhart and.. Tudor Glassburn. Mrs.. Phillip Crutchfield and Elaine Mohler, cousins of the bride, of Monticello, were hostes< ses at the reception following the ceremony at the K. of C. hall. The tiered cake was wreathed in flowers, flanked with tapers and centered on a serving table featuring a white tulle swag caught with turquoise bows. The bried is a graduate of St. Mary's School of Nursing in Pierre, S.D., and prior to employment at (he Marion Veterans hos- jital, she was a member of the nursing slaff at SI, Joseph's hos- >ilal in this' city. Her husband attended St. Joseph college, Rensselaer, and was formerly employed by the Peru Tribune. He is now sport, editor for the Wabash - - 3|flm Bpalpr. . ' Mrs. James Baker. The next meeting will be an August picnic to be staged at the home of Mrs. Joseph Bean, route 1. SOCIETY The Wednesday Nilers will hold a picnic Wednesday evening al 7 o'clock at Riverside park, table 5 in the pavilion. Members are lo bring a covered dish and (able service. Games will follow the meal. -&Ivy Grove 41, Supreme Forest Woodmen circle, will meet wilh Mrs. Ruth Bishop, 17 East Miami avenue,. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. There will be a whits elephant s.ile 'and members are to bring gilts for the sunshine box for the Wcodmen circle homo at Mrs. Paul Kingery Honored at Shower Mrs. Paul Kingery was the honored guest at a blue and white shower at the home of Mrs. De- ores Sunday, of Peru. Games Wore won by Mrs. jeorge Carlsun and Miss Vicki Jingery. Gifts were placed in a jassinet decorated with a stork and streamers. Refreshments which also carried out the color scheme were served to the following guests: Mrs. Gene Minnis, Mrs. Kenneth Sampson, Mrs. Floyd Tyler, Miss Helen Keasey, Mrs. Lonnie Kingery, Mrs. Fred Raber, Mrs. Bud Lewis and Miss Debbie Raber, all of Peru; Mrs. Charles Cover, of Mexico; Mrs. John L. Cover, of Lawton, Oklahoma; Mrs. Lloyd Grable, Mrs. George Carlson, Mrs. Roger Cress, Mrs. David Zarl- man, Mrs. George Gearhart, Mrs. Ned Grable and Miss Margaret Wernigk, all of Twelve Mile. Hostesses were Mrs. Florence Lewis and Mrs. John L. Cover. -•&St. Ann's study club of St. Vincent's church will meet Thursday evening al 6; 30 o'clock for the annual covered dish dinner at (he lome of Mrs. Manice Crowe, 1313 Smead stieet. Members are to jring 25-ccnt gifts for exchange. The Fulton Baptist Ladies aid will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Luther Sheet?; with Mrs. Paul Hub- icr, Mrs. Everett Newell and Mrs. Harry CuJp assisting. Plans will be completed for the food market Saturday at the Pulton launderette:. America.! Legion Auxiliary, unit 60, will m<>et Thursday evening at 8 o'clock ;jt Memorial home. Re- freshmenls, will be served. -•&Welcome: Wagon Lullaby club will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Ihe home of Mrs. Nancy Gordon, 914 West Melbourne. McFadden Family Meets at Dyke man The annual reunion of the Leander McFadden' family was held Sunday at Dykeman park. , Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McFadde'n, of Columbia City; Mrs. Flecia Hart, Mrs. Paul Cockman and daughters, Indianapolis; Mrs. Nellie McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell McFadden anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson and family, Monticello; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Snider anc EAGLI5 BOOSTER CLUB The Ladies Eagle Booster club met recently for a social session at the ciub with 28 members present. Bridge winners were Mary Toothman, Anne Fries and Marie Kimener; euchre, Bertha Lester, Ada Gross and Lclha Sul- lh>an. Other prizes went to Margaret Drompp, Carol Mason, Florence Garr, Isabel Rhodes and Mary Jo Hurlburt. Florence Garr was hostess. son, Delphi; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and family, Young America; Miss Pearl McFadden and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Garrett, Walton. Advertising helped it happen •••,-•' By stimulating mass demand, advertising helped «res!ce a mass market for portable typewriters. As demand grew; wore and more were made. The more of them made, &e less each cost Result: oew and better portafcte typewriters mass produced for more people at lower puces ty America's remarkable and competitive economic system* Is this worthwhile? Then, «o is adver6swg Wflrtijtf«h» (Prepared by the Advertising Federation of America and the Advertising Association rf IbeTVesI /PuWislwJ rtiroosh tbr.awlc9fd THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS

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