Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 17, 1957 · Page 44
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 44

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 17, 1957
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17,19ST The Rev. Claude Young officiated at the Sunday, November 10th, marriage of Miss Betty Kay Le ell and David Yeakley. The ceremony took place at 2:30 p.m. in •the Grace Methodist church of (Rochester. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Lea-veil of 1031 Madison street, Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yeakley, 228 W. Ninth street, Rochester. The couple repeated their double ring vows before the altar bankec •with pink and white mums, palms and candelabra. Candelabra with pink and white paper flowers marked the pews. Mrs. Robert Shaffer, organist, accompanied Paul Leavell, uncle of the bride, who sang "Because", "I Love You Truly" and the Lord's Prayer prior to the service. Mrs. Dorothy Leavell attended her sister-in-law as matron of honor Miss Anne Hart, of Ball State, and Miss Jeanette Chapman, of Indianapolis, were bridesmaids. Phil Yeakley served his brother as best man while ushering were 7/Iitchell Leavell, brother of Uie bride, Kenneth Blackburn, But Bearess, Burnie Hollow-ay and Donald Leavell brother of the bride, all of Rochester. David Leavell, also a brother of the bride, was ring bearer. SATIN-LACE Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of white chantilly lace over satin designed with long tapering sleeves, a fit ted bodice and. empire waistline The scalloped V neckline was ac tented by the scalloped hem of the full lace over-skirt. Her finger tip veil of illusion was caught by a tiara of satin, lace and tiny gold beads. She carried a white orchid with white ribbon stream ers on a white pearled Bible. She wore a necklace and earrings o cultured pearls, a gift of the groom. Kose-Pink Mrs. Mitchell Leavell wore ; gown of rose-pin-k taffeta styta similar to that of the bride with short sleeves and the V neckline being trimmed with white lace Why wait for Sales Buy Here and Save Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs At Low Cost IET OUR LOCATION SAVE YOU MONEY Opon Daily 9 a.m. Jo 9 p.m. MeTaggart's Home Furnishing Co. 1315 High frock fell to street-length. Mis Hart and-.Miss Chapman gowns styled identidally to the ma tron of honors in petal pink anc cameo pink hues. Aill attendants wore white accesories and carrie bouquets of pink and white carna tions with net and ribbon. Flower girl, Pam Leavell, cous in of the bride, wore a floo length gown of Cameo pin-k car ry-ing pink rose petals in a sola"' basket. The' mother of the bride chose blue dress with an embroi'dere jacket and white accessories whfl Mrs. Yeakley attended In a.navj lace dress with naivy .and whit accessories. Both wore white car nation corsages. • Reception For 200 A reception was held immedia ely following the wedding wit approximately 200 gnests attend ing. The three biered wedding cak was decorated with pink rose surrounded by huckleberry leaves and pink mums and centered table covered with lace toppin pink Pat Krum of Logansport was i charge of the guest book. Hostes SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Wedding'Vows To Be Joyce Ann Swank' Bride Of E. R. Layer Afternoon Miss -Frances ,Redmon To Wed James Flora'At Radnor. Miss Joyce Ann ..Swank will!matching streamers, pledge her nuptial troth to Ernest ''Mrs. Byers win attend in a toast i. Layer during a- double ring ceremony this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Indian Creek Christian church with the Reverend Rollin HI officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Swank, of route 1, Lucerne, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jrover Layer, of route 2, Royal !enter. A setting for the impressive rites •will be set with palms, lighted :apers and bouquets of white mums. Mrs. Mor.ta Herd will be soloist and sing "Because," "Always," and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Esther Newman at the organ. Mrs. Etta Byers, sister of the bride, of 1325 North street, city, will attend as matron of honor, and bridesmaid will be Miss .Lbnna Bruce, cousin of the bride, route 1, Lucerne. Miss Bonnie Lou Shaffer, 1119H East Broadway, city, will attend her aunt as flower girl. Ralph Byers,' 1325 North street, will,serve the bridegroom as best man, and ushers will be Victor Sell, route 1, city, and John Swank, route 1, Lucerne. Given In Marriage To be given in marriage by her father, the bride will appear in a gown of white embroidered nylon tulle lace over satin, designed with a scalloped neckline dipping to a V in front and back. The sleeves are long and tapering and the waistline of the gown is pointed. The bouffant skirt is floor- length. A pearl crown will secure the fingertip veil of illusion, anc she will carry a colonial bouquei of pink and white carnations with colored faille £own styled along princess lines with cap sleeves and a V neckline in front and back. She will wear pearl jewelry, and a matching headpiece and carry a bouquet of pink and white pompons. Miss Bruce will wear a gown identical to the honor attendant's. The flower girl will appear in ,an emerald green faille gown styled with a boat neckline* in white. The skirt is very bouffant. She will carry a basket of rose petals. The mother of the bride has selected a dress of light blue embossed faille with black' accessories while the bridegroom's mother has chosen a light blue dress with black accessories. Both will wear corsages of white carnations. Reception For 209 A reception will be held'In the church basement following the ceremony for 200 guests. A five tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple will center the serving table'. Hostesses will be Mrs. Kathryn Caldwell and Mrs. DonnabeHe Shaffer, sister of the bride, and Linda Mappin. Following a wedding trip ,the couple will establish residence at route 2, Royal Center. For traveling the bride has selected a red sheath dress, trimmed in white with black and white accessories and the corsage of white carnations from her bridal bouquet. The bride is a 1957 graduate of Miss'Frances Hedmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene D. Redmon, of Radnor,. Indiana, and James F. Flora, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Flora, of route one Flora, Indiana, will exchange wedding vows this afternoon at 2:30, p.m. The Rev. Walter Curtis, of the Radnor Methodist church and the Rev. Philip G. Van Zandt, of Sharon Baptist church, will officiate at the double ring ceremony at 2:30 p.m. in the Radnor Methodist church. : Preceding the ceremony Robert McCain, of route one Flora, will sing/'Wdriderful One", "Because" and ""The Wedding Prayer". During the serving Miss Nancy Hall of Delphi; will sing "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Carol L. Flora is pianist. The rites will be read before the altar which will be banked with palms, white chrysanthemums, white gladiola and branched candelabra holding tall lighted tapers. White satin bows will designate pews. •Mrs. Patricia Crow, of Lafayette, will attend the bride as matron of honor. Bridemaids will be Miss Kaye McMurray of Delphi, and Miss Judi Henderson, also of Delphi. Miss Nancy Hall will register the guests. Linda Flora, of Kentorr, Ohio, niece of the groom, is-to be flower girl and Richard Flora, of Gary, nephew of the groom, ring bearer. R. Mark Flora, of Gary, will attend his brother as best man. Golden Anniversary Nov. 24 the Lucerne high school and is em-j Ushering guests will be Dana L. ployed by the Excel Auto Parts;Flora, of Kenton, Ohio, brother company. Her fiance is a 1955 O f the groom; Thomas R. Redmon, graduate of the Royal Center high i Delphi, brother of the bride, and school and is engaged in farming.! William D. Redman, of Radnor, EVENING CHURCH CEREMONY UNITES LINDA SPITLER AND PRANK.HAYDEN Miss -Linda Spitler and Frank ling the ceremony. Yellow roses, E. Hayden were united in mar-|mums and lighted tapers decorat- riage during a double ring cere- ed the lace coyered serving table mony Thursday evening November 7, at 8 o'clock at the Wheeling Presbyterian church with the Rev. Jack Yarion officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Elmer Spitler, route 2, Galveston, and the bridegroom is the included Mrs. Ned Ha:demian,, son O ' f Mrs _ vincent Frushour Mrs. Kenneth Bladdburn, Miss Carol Coplen and Mrs. J. D. Willis, all of Rochester. The bride, a graduate of Rochester high school, attended Ball State and prior to her marriage was employed as secretary at the Walter Clausson Insurance agency in Logansport. Her husband, also a graduate of Rochester high school and the International Business college at Ft. Wayne, is an accountant with Central Soya and Co. For their wedding trip to the Ozark mountains, the bride changed into a Forest . green sheath dress of jersey featuring a rounded necldine and satin cummerbund. They will reside at Gibson City, Illinois following their trip. Carol Shaw To Wed Clarence McCullum Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shaw, 1222 Wright street, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Carol, to airman 2nd class Clarence McCullum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruel McCulum of Corydon, Indiana. The bride-elect attended the local high school and her fiance, a graduate of Corydor: high school, is stationed at Bunker Hill Air Force Base. A date for the wedding has not been announced. route ^ Lucer ne. Lighted tapers, palms and mums provided a setting for * the ceremony. Gaylord Archibald; soloist, was accompanied b'y Marjorie Barber when he sang "I Love You Truly," "Because" and "The tord's Prayer." Mrs. Emma Wagoner, sister-iri- law of the bride, of Kpkomo, was matron of honor. Raymond Hayden, route 1, Lucerne, served his brother as best man. Given in marriage by her brother, Richard Wagoner, the bride appeared in a .ballerina-length gown of white lace over taffeta designed with a bouffant skirt, round neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. Her fingertip veE was .secured to a pearl headpiece. She carried a white Bible topped .with bronze mums and yellow roses. . • • . . • Mrs. Wagoner attended in a gown of beige lace over taffeta, designed with a round, neckline and full skirt. Her gloves and headpiece matched her gown. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and -bronze mums. The mother of the bride chose a slate gray dress with white accessories while the bridegroom's mother selected a navy blue dress with black accessories. Both wore corsages of yellow roses and bronze mums. A -reception .for 50 guests was held in the church parlors fallow- which was centered with a two- tiered wedding- cake topped with yellow roses and white wedding bells. Hostesses were Mary Emma Seward, route 1, Flora, and Joanne Snider, route 1, CamdeB. Following a ,wedding trip to South Bend, the couple is residing at route 2, Galveston. For traveling the bride chose a gray and red sheath dress with black accessories and the corsage from her bridal bouquet. A Carrollton high school graduate in 1955, the bride is employed by the Towne Finance company. Her husband attended Metea high school and is employed at the General Tire and Rubber company. jalso a brother of the bride. LACE AND SATIN To be escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride has selected for her wedding a formal length gown created of lace over satin featured a scalloped scoop neckline. The fitted bodice is of lace and satin and tapers to points at the waist in both front and back. Her full satin skirt is designed with lace scallopes at the hem and features scalloped peaks encircling the voluminous skirt, dipping to the hemline. Her fingertip veil of illusion net will be caught to a sequined headpiece flecked with seed pearls. She will carry a white Bible YWCA Calendar muff trimmed with miniature white pompons and pastel pink sweetheart roses. Bridesmaids will wear dressa. styled identically to that of th matron, of honor. 'Their frocks will be of turquoise taffeta with the floating panel being oi aqua. They -will carry matching muffs trimmed like that of the matron of honors and wear identical headbands of torquoise. The bride's mother will attend in a dress of rose hues lace cut with a scoop neckline edged with seed pearls. She will have black accessories and wear a corsage of white -carnations and pink sweetheart roses. A 'dior blue crepe dress with a beaded neckline and cuffs had been chosen by the groom's mother. She will wear black accessories and have a corsage of white carnations and pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. John H. Gish., grandmother of the groom, has chosen a black crepe dress and will wear a corsage composed of the carnations and roses. RECEPTION Following the ceremony a reception, honoring the nevvlyweds will IMS held in ,the church entertaining- rooms with the tiered wedding cake centering a white satin covered table and flanked with mums and tapers. Hostesses will include .Miss Condra Bell of route one Flora, cousin of the groom; Miss Tamah Barnhart, of Warsaw; Miss Beverly Bitler of Indianapolis; Miss Mary Lynn Orr, of Indianapolis, Miss Carol Rittenhouse of Mt. Morris, Illinois and Miss Marietta Miller of Columbia City. For their wedding trip through the southwestern states, the bride will change into a gold knit dress complimented with black accessories and a corsage of orchids. Upon their return they will reside . MR. AND MRS. JACOB VINCENT BECHDOLT, of Francesville, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, November 24, with a family dinner at noon in the community room of the Trancesville school, and a reception from 2 to 5 o'clock in the after- n. AH friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple was married November 27, 1907, by Reverend A. A. ffarriner in the Methodist parsonage at Winamac. Mrs. Jennie Bechdolt is the daughter of the late William W. and Stena Weise Lizenby. She is 75 years old and was born in Winamac and later lived on a 'arm near Winamac until her marriage. She has three brothers and wo sisters living. Mr. Bechdolt was born in Jay county January 31, 1882, and moved with his parents, the late Jacob and Sarah B. Myers Bechdolt, to the Francesville vicinity in April of 1886. He was raised on a farm and appointed rural mail carrier on route 5 out of Francesville in June of 1905. and was retired with other 30-year men in 1935. The couple has spent their entire married life in Francesville. They have one 'son, Burley V. Bechdolt, of Indianapolis, who is re-, search director of the Indiana State Teachers Association. They have a grandson and grandaughter living in Los Angeles, California. California. at rou,te one Flora. The bride, a graduate of Delphi high School, attended Manchester college and is a member of Psi Iota Xi sorority. She is employed in the office of Attorney Watson McCormick in Delphi. The groom, a graduate of Carrollton high school, attended Indiana University, served wjth the U. S. Navy and is engaged in farming. PERSONAL Airman Second Class and Mrs. topped with a white orchid and a David A. Smith and daughter, Deb- cascade arrangement of fiji mums by, are visiting the former's moth- and ivy. AQUA TAFFETA 'The matron of honor will appear in an aqua taffeta frock styled with short sleeves, a scooped neckline, and a flowing panel of turquoise taffeta in back. She.will wear' a handband of matching flowers and feathers and carry an aqua er, Mrs. Delouris Smith, 1437 Meadlawn street, city. The family is here from Walker Ah- Force iiase, Roswell, New Mexico. The wool jersey sheath in royal blue, emerald green or black goes places in the daytime this fall. Takes well to gold accents, too. The executive secretary of the Y.W.C.A., Mrs. R. Meinzer, has announced the following schedu of events to be held in the Y thi week. Monday, November^ 18—Men Duplicate Bridge, parlors, 7: p.m.; Hi Tri III, annex, 7:30 p.n Tuesday, November 19—Mai Befchune, parlors, 8 p.m.; Hi-T IV, annex, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 20—L, dies Day Out, (coffee hour 9-9: a.m.) 9:30-11 a.m.; (coffee hoi 9-9:30 p.m.) Evening meetin 7:30-9 p.m. Slimnastics, 6:15-7:1 Federated Clubs, parlors, 2 p.m Hi-Tri I, annex, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 21—Hi-T II, annex, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 23—Jani< High canteen, 7-9 p.m.; Youn Adult Canteen, 9-11:30 p.m. v Tastefully from the auhimn season's choicest ftowcra. send Thanksgiving FLOWERS-BY-WIRE Anywhere Yotr Satisfaction Ovanmtewl Pleasant Hill Greenhouse 1016 Pleasant Hill Phone 5144 ' OLD FASHIONED BUTTER TOFFEE ICE CREAM 'Take Home Plenty" SHOP TEAZEL'S EARLY FOR PERSONALIZED Christmas Cards HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE PROM Make Your Selection Now and Avoid The Last Minute Rush. logansport's Largest Assortment of Fine Greeting.Cards THIS WEEKS ICE CREAM SPECIALS Mer-Del Ice-Cream Old Fashion Butter Toffee FUDGE RIPPLE M.r-D.1'1 % GoNon 89c Fannie May Fine Chocolates Kitchen Fresh 513 East YE A TCI C Money Orders Broadway I EM/LELd At Any Time MO CHANGE IN STORE HOURS OPEN 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. EVERY DAY SANTA SAYS: Do Your SHOPPING NOW Select Your Gifts Today and Us* Our Convenient LAY-A-WAY Plan! A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Selection Pane! Discussion To Highlight Meeting Of The A. A. U. W. The Logansport Branch of American Association of University Women will meet Wednesday, November 20th at 7:45 p.m. at the Episcopal Parish house on Seventh street. Miss Agda Rafter will be moderator of the panel discussion, "Logansport — Improvements Made and Improvements Needed." Persons to appear on the panel will include Richard Bailey, representing the Junior Chamber of Commerce; Eugene Denham, Chamber of Commerce; Terry Hershberger, student of Logansport High school; and Charles Sharp, superintendent of Logansport city schools. A .musical program has been arranged by Miss Thelma Nicholas of the Logansport schools music department. CANCELLED The meeting of Royal Neighbors 01 America has Deen cancelled due to illness. Dessert Served To Keystone Ladies Aid A dessert was served at the Friday afternoon meeting of the Keystone Ladies Aid held in the YWCA parlors. Mrs. Charles Harris was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Mary Laing received the door prize. Card prizes went' to Mesdames Pearl Collins, Marie Timmons, Glenn Sweet. Fred Gast, John Gross, Charles Harris, Marcella Garrett, Rena Jones, Fern Hickey, Florence Garr, Bertha Lester, Marie Timmons and Earl Newcomb. The next meeting will be a Christmas party December 20th with Mrs. Hazel Campbell as chairman. Roaches are stubborn creatures. Dust or spray under sinks, on and behind baseboards, kitchen shelves, water and drain pipes and holes and cracks in the flooring. Do this for two or three weeks or until you see no more roaches. AN IDEAL GIFT! 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