Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1962 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 27, 1962
Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune. LHS CLASS OF '52 STAGES FI RSt REUNION AT'ARMORY; 170 ATTEND Approximately 170 persons attended the ten-year reunion.of the Logansport high school cla.ss of 1952, staged Saturday evening at the Armory. Name tags.and a program book listing all the graduates and their present addresses, were presented to guests upon arrival. A buffet . supper was served throughout the evening . from a serving table decorated with green and white, the class' colors. A novel centerpiece of driftwood using the senior pictures from the 1952 Tattler as "leaves" dominated the center of the table. Individual tables were decorated in red and black, the-high school's colors. A SHORT SKIT depicting memorable events of the class' school days were presented by Lu Ann Beaman, Sharon Conn, Delores Binder .and Mary Crowe. -Tad Wilkinson ..presented silver dollars to Marilyn (Huffman) Gerrard for having the most children (five), Phil McArthy for traveling the farthest (Conn.), and Mary Jo (Carney) Overly for the youngest baby (two weeks). ; Grace (Perrone) D'Andre'a was presented a gift and a corsage for acting as general chairman of the reunion. The individual chairmen were presented corsages. •FRANK CALLIPO AND his hand provided music for dancing from 9:00 until 1:00 'a.m. • Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Kaleigh Guy, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swisher, Mr. and Mrs R. A. Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. James Delaplane, Mr. '. and Mrs! Darwin Parcel! Mr. and Mrs. tarry Parker, Mr. and Mrs. John Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritler, and Mrs. Robert Harger, and Mrs. Don Gillum, Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Rynerson, Mr. and Mrs. Otto H. Hardt, Mr. and' Mrs. Bill Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Jim .Mehaffie, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tripp, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Baajen, Mr. Mrs. James Thomas, Mr. and and Mrs. Emerson Prentice, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Digby K. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Phil McArthy, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Woolpert, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Williams. MR. AND MRS. William Gerrard, Mr. and Mrs.'Donald Conn, Mr. and Mrs. John Maioy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Humphries, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones, Mr.. and Mrs. James Be'aman, Mr. and' Mrs. Allan Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Freehafer, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. E. Norman Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. James Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Long, Mary Lou Patty, Kenneth' Kite, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hcthaway, Mr. Mrs. Resto D'Andrea, Mr. and and Mrs. Robert Todd,:Mi\ and Mrs. A. F. McQuinn, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gwin, Mr. and Mrs. Tad Wilkinson, Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Richard MR: AND MRS. KENNETH Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Binder, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Clerget, Barbara Klinefelter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hochstetler, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Freeman,- Mr. and Mrs.. Ramon Van Sickle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Carson, Mrs. Sherry Scott Putney, Mrs. Barbara : ki'tcnell Park, Mr.- and Mrs. James Hoffm'an, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harris,, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Shilling, Shirley Wheeler. MR. AND MRS. JAMES Jackson, Pat Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs, S. K. Maurer, Mr. and Mrs. James Mather, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kinnear, Mr. ..and Mrs; Rex Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pierick, Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Chambers. ' Mr. and Mrs.' Donald Ness, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hopper) Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ness, Mr. and. Mrs. Dennis' Overley, Mr. and Mrs. -Ron Hyman; Mr. and Mrs. James Spears, Mr. and Mrs. rteith Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crowe, Mrs. Joan Combs. Wbmen of Moose Install Officers' In Formal Ceremony Installation of officers .-was conducted by.the. College of Regents of the Women of the Moose Monday evening in a formal ceremony at the Moose hall. Freda Gerlach acted as chairman with Mary Baur as installing regent, Mable Williams, chap, lain,, arid Lou Weakman, guide. They installed the following new officers: senior regent, Hessie Beaver; junior regent, Ann Troxell; chaplain, Bonnie Roberts; junior graduate regent, Margaret McCartney; recorder, Lois Laymon; treasurer, Helen Titus; guide,. Lois . Poduch; assistant guide, Ruby Jean Rhody; argos, Olive Ingram; sentinel, Mildred McKain; and pianist, Helen Wilson. Freda Gelach presented gifts to the officers and College of Regents. Eight members -of the Loyal Order of Moose were present and introduced. The installation closed with prayer by Bob Myers and the new senior regent. A luncheon was served to 30 members from a pink cloth-covered table centered with an arrangement of snapdragons flanked with pink tapers in white hold:1'S. College of regents chapter night will be held July 2 with Freda Gerlach as chairman. Enrollment will'also be held. Formals are to be worn. The group recently staged its annual dinner at the home of the Turnipseed Sisters where a fried chicken and baked ham dinner was served. Members then enjoyed viewing several antiques which their hostesses displayed. Retiring regent, Margaret McCartney, presented each member with a gift at 'the close of the evening. RECEIVES CAP - Miss Joyce Faye Jones, a graduate of the Star. City high school, received her cap from the Lutheran hospital School of Nursing at Fort Wayne in capping ceremonies recently at the school. ' ' Miss Jones is the daughter of Mr. -'and Mrs. Vinson .Jones, rural route 1, Star City." Delta 'Chi Sigma 'Delegates' Attend 'Hobo Convention'; A hobo convention was staged by Delta Chi Sigma sorority Tuesday evening at the home of Ruth Kasch, rural route 4. A, picnic supper was served with each '.'delegate" receiving a bandana napkin attached hobo, style to the end of a stick. Team games were enjoyed following the meal after which a song fest was featured. Each guest was introduced and modeled her hobo costume with Sally Dirrim ..winning the prize for the best outfit. Doughnuts, which were ••served for dessert, were earned by rolling a seven or 11 with the dice. Guests were Miss June .Williams, Mrs. Sally Dirrim, Miss June Hughes, Mrs. Lottie CatronJ Mrs. Wendy Whaley and. -Mrs. Fred Blair. . -.;.. Mrs. 'Kasch. announced' the work schedule for the July 4th celebration sponsored by the Jaycees.'The group will have a refreshments booth and all members are urged to attend a peanut-sacking party Monday afternoon-at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Kasch. On .the committee for the evening were Mrs. Kasch and Joyce Parker assisted by the following members of the membership committee: Maxine Ensfield, Marilyn Ferguson, Elaine Parvis and Eleanor Williams. Reports of the International convention at Seattle, Washington, will highlight the business meeting July 10, the place to be announced later. Mary'-Ellen Felker Becomes ne. Miss Mary Ellen Felker became the bride of Dale Kistedt during a Nuptial High Mass celebrated on Saturday morning, June 23, at St. Bridget's Catholic church .with; the Reverend Father Francis Meehan, pastor, officiating. The bride is , the daughter of Mrs. Eda Felker, .of route. 6, city, and the late Raymond Felker and the '-bridegroom's, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ristedt, of 825 .Wheatland avenue, city. - t • . . The 11 o'clock double ring, ceremony .was read before an altar flanked with .two vases of white and pink mums'and candelabra. The church choir sang the Mass accompanied by Mrs. Florence ; Kienly, organist: Miss Helen Huff sang "Ava Maria," and "JPanis Angelicus" during the service. As the bride placed a bouquet of white carnations at the Blessed Virgin's altar,-.-Richard Copeland sang, "Oh This Day 0' Beautiful Mother,." . Given in marriage by her uncle, Walter Felker" ,of 419 W. Linden, the bride was lovely in a gown of lace over nylon tulle. The fitted bodice molded with a Peter Pan collar and long" sleeves tapering to'bridal" points ,over .the hands, topped a bouffant floor-length skirt. A shoulder-length veil of white silk illusion was secured to a tiara of pearls. The bride carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and baby breath with showers of white satin. Miss Carol Ristedt, of 825 Wheatland, a sister of the bridegroom, attepded as maid of honor. She appeared in 'a'satin street-length 'rose colored frock,'fashioned with a V neckline lat-' the sleeveless bodice and -'-a softly pleated full skirt. She wore .matching' accessories and a headband holding a short veil.' Her; /colonial bouquet was of red roses and white streamers. Vincent .Ristedt, of 825 Wheatland, served' his, brother as best man and ushers . were Thomas Myers, Thomas Gastaldi, Donald Smith, and Gary Felker, a cousin of the bride, ,,For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Felker- selected -a two-piece beige. suit: with, white accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a red chiffon dress accented with' white accessories. Both ol the mothers and grandmothers wore corsages of white carnations. A dinner and reception, were held ollowirigt the : ceremony at the iome of the bridegroom's parents. ; The -bridal table was accented witty a, centerpiece of white roses lanked with white tapers. A 'wreath of' fernery and daisies encircled' a." three tier wedding cake decorated with rosebuds on he top extending down one side :o Uiefbottom, layer.- Punch was served with the cake o approximately 130 guests by he hostesses: Sybil McTaggart, Jeverly Sparks and Karen Wagner. ( •••','.•''For; traveling the bride changed nto a two piece blue suit accented with white accessories and a corsage from the bridal bouquet. A 1961'graduate of the Burnetts- ille high school, the bride was 'orrrierly employed with Harvey's Drive',In. • The bridegroom, a 1957 grad uate of' the local high school, is employed as a product inspector at the .-Electric Storage Battery 'actory. Following a 10-day trip, the couple, will reside at 922 W. Miami avenue. DR.O.L.BRAUN K«y. Podlctrtit FeM Splcialiit FOOT AILMENTS Of fie. 314 North St. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wtdnudayi-Fridayi 9-4.30 A/alton Home Scene Of Family Picnic A.family dinner was staged Sun- ay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. arold Siusher, of Walton, in hon- r of Mr. and 'Mrs. Cecil W. randstaff, of Escondido,.Calif., ho are visiting his mother, Mrs. tto Grandstaff, and his sister, !rs. Siusher. ' • Relatives attending the picnic ere: Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Heert, Mr. and Mrs. David Curts nd sons, Mr. and Mrs. Milford utz, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Siusher nd son, -all of this city; Mrs. udd Baber, Royal Center rural oute; ;Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond borrow and family, near Twelve lie; .Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ba• Walton "'.rural'route. SOCIETY Mrs. Howard Horney entertained the How Many club Tuesday evening with bunco prizes going to Floi'a McClure, Gertrude Wilson and Emma Johnson. Mrs. Alta Logan was presented the guest prize. Refreshments were served; The next meeting is July with Mrs. Johnson, 1522 Spear street., . The Women's Missionary soci ety of the Pisgah church met re cently at the home of Mrs. Mar- ;aret Penney with Mrs. Eva Gif en, president, in .charge. Mrs Gertie Giffen offered devotions and several reports were submit ted by -the various secretaries The officers will be in charge o the August meeting, the date to oe announced later. Webb Chapel WSCS will mee at the home of Mrs. Mary Ka> McKaig, rural route 1, Thursda; evening at 8 o'clock. PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Phone 5144 EXTRA SALES PEOPLE TO ASSIST YOU THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY WELL WORTH YOUR SHOPPING TIME . . . IF YOU'VE SHOPPED HERE BEFORE ON DIVIDEND DAYS, YOU KNOW OF THE TREMENDOUS VALUES . ., IF YOU'RE A FIRST TIMER, YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID SHOP. CHARGE PURCHASES WILL NOT APPEAR ON JULY STATEMENT. THE FASHION SHOP SELECTED GROUP SHORTS $2.98 Value 2 *3 Assorted Colors THE FASHION SHOP JAMAICA SETS Value to $4.98 $933 ^^. SET Blouse and Short THE FASHION SHOP BEN CASEY BLOUSES $2.93 and $3.98 Values White and colors THE FASHION SHOP EXTRA! SPRING SUITS Values to $39.95 Wool and Cotton THE FASHION SHOP PINAFORE DRESSES Values to $5.98 $344 '. Sloevsleu Sixes 12 to 221* JUNIORS-MISSES-WOMEN'S BETTER DRESSES Values to $19.95 Clearance at this low Dividend Day price. Come, Save on Summer Dresses. < f EXTRA! SWIM SUITS Values to $14.98 GLOVES AND JEWELRY Values to $2.00 77* Summer Colors THE FASHION SHOP SELECTED GROUP SPORTSWEAR Values to $10.98 PRICE I/O PRICE Assorted Items' THE FASHION SHOP EXTRA! EXTRA! DIVIDEND! EXTRA SPRING COATS Values to $39.95 Out they go! Extra Dividend item priced to save you many dollars. SPRING-SUMMER HATS Values to $7.98 $; Black and Colon. THE FASHION SHOP . 2 NttON-TRICOT SUPS $3.98 Value >99 Shadow Paneled THE FASHION SHOP FOUNDATION GARMENTS Bras—Girdle*—Panty I/A PRICE THE FASHION SHOP PRICE Wednesday Evening, June 27, 1962. Social Calendar WEDNESDAY 7 p.m.—Wednesday Niters, Riverside park pavilion. 7:30 p.m.—Ivy Grove 41, Ruth Bishop, 17 East Miami. 7:30 p.m.-BPW, YWCA. THURSDAY l(i a.m.— McNeely Ladies' Aid, Fredah Gardner, Camden. 1 p.m.YWCA Bridge club, parlors. 1:30 p.m.—Fulton Baptist Ladies' Aid, Mrs Luther Sheet*. 1:30 p.m.—Washington township Cass county HD, Mary Bradficld, route 2. Read the Want Ads! "Bridge Clmlbs The Open Pair Duplicate Bridge club held a six-table Mitchell game Tuesday evening at the Captain Logan. North-south winners were: Paul Kraut and Mrs. Paul Longnecker, first; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helvie, second; Mrs. Gene Strange and Jack Saadi, third. East-west: Mrs. B. H. Shallows and Mrs. Earl Ray, first; Mrs. Ed Heimlich and Mrs.- Roger Steinberger, second; Mrs. Jack Saadi and Mrs. George Raub, Jr., third. MYSTERY PAL CLUB Two ou':-of-slate members of tne Mystery Pal club were honored when Mm. L. R. Allison, of 1017 Twentieth street, entertained at a covered dish cookout dinner. The honored members were: Mrs. Maurice Cline, of Bradenton, Fla., and Mrs. George Eytcheson, of Milwaukee, Wis. Also attending as guesls were: Maurice Cline, C. R. Marlin and L. R. Allison. The evening was spent socially. Additional Society On Page 12 REHM'S PRE-FOURTH OF JULY SPECTACULAR MEN'S SWIMWEAR PRICE Terry Toppers for Him ond Her REG. $5.95 PRICE "Shirttails For Two" EA. Ladies Sportswear and Swim wear You know the brand name OFF Held Over by Popular Demand SPORT SHIRTS $199 EA, REG. $4 AND $5 VALUES SIZES S-M-L-XL 3 ~ *5 85 Park Free for 1 hour in the Broad- : way Parking'Lot when shopping at .Rehms. MEN'S WEA1 ; ! 405 E. Broadway Dial 3273 BOLINS Choose From Over 16 Delicious Varieties •PLEASE NOTE- WE WILL BE CLOSED THE FIRST 2 WEEKS OF JULY FOR VACATION Bolins Donuts CORNER of 14th and BROADWAY

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