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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 29, 1962
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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Rodkey Studio - RESIDING IN NEW YORK Bruce T. Allen 'and bride,<-.the former Virginia Elizabeth Peterson, are residing in Ithaca, New York, following their marriage 'Saturday, June 16, at the First -Presbyterian church Saturday, -June 16, at the First Presbyterian ' church in Delphi. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Peterson; of rural route 1, Delphi, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William-H. Allen, Jr., Hinsdale, ."Illinois. '"The Beve'rends James Rankin 'and Dennis E. Shoemaker, of Greencastle, officiated at the dou- -We ring .rites performed before ;!an altar banked with bouquets of ;;mums and gladioli, "palms and !,'candelabra. Mrs. John Klepinger, 'church organist, and Miss Marilyn Sexton, violinist, of Fort Wayne, "provided bridal selections. | The bride, given in marriage by her father,. appeared in a floor- length gown of silk organza over ••taffeta designed with a scoop .(.neckline, short sleeves .and a bout- n Ca !va ry Women •;'Elect Officers at "Luncheon Meeting ', An election of officers was .fea- • tured at the noon luncheon mee't- ' ing of the Women's Association ; of the Calvary Presbyterian • church held recently at the church ', dining room with 40 women, at; tending. '. The luncheon was prepared by ...Mrs. Hiram Hildebrandt and her -kitchen committee and served by • the Morning, circle. I Mrs. Gilbert Brown, first vice• president, presided in the absence ! of Mrs. Isaac Van Der Moere, ; president. Devotions were given • by Mrs. Tom Martin and Mrs. . Carl Goff read the secretary and • treasurer reports. I Mrs. Guy Wirick, member o: ;;the nominating committee, pre •-. sented the following slate of new "officers which was accepted; " First vice - president, Mrs ' James Corkey; third vice-presi ! den't, Mrs. John D. Brookmeyer ;; Morning Circle chairman, . Mrs '•I George Wildman; cocchairman ! Mrs. Herbert Forgey; Circle 1 co chairman, Mrs. Owen Shanteau • Circle 2,. chairman and co-chair ; man, Mrs.' George Brubaker anc -•Mrs. Carl Golf; •-'Evening .'cirpl •'.. chairman arid., co-chairman, Mis ;': Agda Rafter and -Miss' Thelm Nicholas; treasurer, Miss Eleano " Williams; nominating 1 committee ;. Mrs. 'Edmund Zimmerman, chair .'• man, and .'Mrs. -Mildred Kitchel' fant skirt, featuring -a double pleat edged • with lace appliques in front. and a chapel train in back. ; .A crown of white beads secured e shoulder-length veil purchased Italy during her European idy; She carried a cascade of vcn jappet orchids with ivy and ephanotis and a handkerchief ged in lace made by a friend, selor'e Wittich, of Frieburg, Gerany. Her pearl earrings were a :t of the bridegroom. The maid of honor, Miss Marret Kearns, of Milwaukee, Wis- nsin, wore a dress of royal blue ganza with scooped neckline, ort sleeves 'and a short 'shaped erskirt. Her ^ clutch bouquet was .lavender, blue and white daisy urns and her hat was an open 1 box with a blush veil. The bridesmaids, Miss Jean odgers, of Norwalk, Connecticut, id Miss Diana McDonald, of Mt. emon, Indiana, wore dresses entical to that of the honor at- ndant with one in moss green nd the other in,lavender. Fred Feth, of Sti,; Louis, was est man and ushers were: David eberg, LaPorte; Stephen Petern, brother of the bride; David halt, New Haven, Connecticut; nd John Gerard, ;cousin of the ride.- Cousins of the bride assisting ere: Carolyn Peterson, regis- ar; Jennie and Janice Gerard, fts. A friend, Barbara Adams, sq assisted with the gifts. For her daughter's wedding, rs. Peterson wore a muted reen silk shantung sheath with ack and white accessories while ie bridegroom's mother chose an e blue silk organza over taffeta ith blue accessories. They wore rchid corsages. Miss Helen Gerber, Fremont, jchigan; Miss Ruth McCrackea t. Thomas, Kentucky; and Miss andy Cummins, Glenview, Illi ois, were hostesses at the re option held for 175 guests in the orne of the bride's parents. Thi r hite covered serving table fea ured a four-tier wedding caki erved with mints and punch in ie bride's chosen colors. Siive andelabra and flowers complete! ie decor.. For traveling the bride chose ; >ale yellow wool suit with blacl ind beige accessories; Thejbride .was,, graduated frorr he" fi'eiphi Thigh .school in.,1958- anc JePaiiw 'University .in; 1962. Sh s a member of.'Delta; Zeta spcia brprity, Theta Sigma 'Phi, ha iion'ar. Woman's Journalism honor ary, and;Della 'Sigiiia "Rha, nation The next regular'.meeting Wi 'be a dinner on .September; 2'4." | Webb Chapel «; : ;; Discusses Mission ;j! Challenge at Meet ill "Facing the Challenge of th ' Missions" was the topic of a die ! logue presented at the Thursda 1 evening meeting of the Web : Chapel WSCS at the home Mary Kay McKaig. •' The results of Bible scho were given by 18 members ; an four guests in answer to roll ca! Those who baked cookies for th Bible classes were thanked. Plans to clean the church bas ment were discussed. Elizabe "i Roller presented the devotions o ,!; the missions topic after whi> ;p Jean Forgey, Judy Forgey, Patt III anc!'Christy. McKaig presented '! discussion on the challenge 'i missions, concerning the infon !!; ing of young people as' to t! :;'> importance. of mission work.•':' . <l : . Mildred Moss, president, closi ;{ the meeting with prayer. Cha » lotte Ide and Alice Morgan ;.' sisted the hostess, in serving r ;'• freshments. '} The next meeting will- be Jul ;'•• 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the home ;;. Mrs. Emmy Speicher. ^ Read the Want Ads al ••forensic; honorary. Her 'hus >and' received his'. .A.B. degre rom DePauw;'-Umyersity' in 106 and M,B.'A,. degreeyfrpm Uriiver sity • of Chicagbf -He' is p a "doctora candidate in Economics at Cor nell .University, Ithaca, Ne York. The couple is residing at 2f Cornell Quarters, in Ithaca wher 5oth will be studying at Corhe University. • OLJVE BRANCH AID The Olive Branch Ladies .a: will meet July 3 at the Rochesti city park for a picnic dinne There will 'be a business meetin and election of .officers followin the noon dinner. •' ' £%.!& Vashington HD eatures Display A display o.? handmade articles as featured by the guest speak•, Mrs. Carl Lux, at the Thursay afternoon meeting of the ashington township Carroll coun- HD club at the home of Miss ary Bradfield. .Mrs. Maude angloff, president, opened the ssion and roll call was answer- I with a funny story.. The secretary's report was read y Mrs. John Walls and the.treas- rer's account by Mrs. Paul Jones. ie group sang the song of the onth, accompanied at the piano Mrs. Homer Martin. Mrs. Carl Jones offered devo- ons on the theme, "Facing Life's roken Dreams." Miss Mary onahue reported on safety and rs. Gangloff appointed. Mrs. artin, Mrs. Edna Grove and rs. Prudence Campbell! to • the ominating committee which will eport at the next meeting. A discussion was held on the od stand at the 4-H fair. Mrs. red Herrick, Mrs. Kverett Chumey, Mrs. f Tl. Jones, Mrs. John alls, Miss Donahue and Mrs. aul Jones volunteered, to help t the stand on Aug. 10. Mem- ers were also asked, to donate licken and pies. Mrs. Lux gave a talk and dis- ayed several articles she had ade some of which were cera- nics, various types of decora- ons and needlework. She pre- ented gifts to Miss Donahue, rs. Ellsworth Leffert and Mrs. angloff. A gift was presented Mrs. Lux from the club. Refreshments were served to .members and two. guests, rs. Lux and Miss Constance 'orrison, by.the hostess, .assisted y Mrs. Pearl Jones. The next .meeting will be with rs, Martin, route 3. Sharon Garrison, July Bride-Elect, Honored fat Shower Miss Sharon Garrison's chosen colors of blue and white prevailed .n decorations at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hood, east of 51ora, when a bridal shower was icld in her honor recently. Miss Garrison and Don Morgan, of Richmond, will exchange vow's on July 8. The guest of honor .opened her gifts of linens vWhich 1 :were arranged":<Jh*' : al id^Orated serving :art p featuring a 'light blue urn jrella with net trim. Refreshments .were served in ;he dining room from a table covered with a light .blue cloth; with a ruffled top cloth of white-net, A cluster pf bells was. suspended irom the chandelier above the ;able. Tall white tapers provided a background f on the centerpiece of a bride figurine standing in a mound of blue net ruffles. At each side was a crystal swan with blue tinted floral arrangements. A double heart-shaped cake decorated with '' sugar bells and olue and white roses were served with punch and mints. Guests honoring Miss Garrison were her mother, Mrs. Marie Garrison; Mrs. Balph Morgan, mother of the groom-to-be, and her daughters, Elaine and Janet of Richmond; Mrs. Locke Cook, Mrs. Wayne Langston, Mrs. ELECT OFFICERS An election of new officers high- ghted a steak dinner featured f the St Michael study club at le summer home of Mrs. Robert '. Champion on Lake Shafer. New officers are: president, TS. Frances Hamilton; vice-present, Mrs. Doretha Bauer; and ecretary-treasurer, Mrs. Eleanor isey. Games were played with prizes oing to Mrs. ,Sue Quirk, MrSi auer,. Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. lora Vance. STUDYING IN MEXICO Miss Carol Stinemetz, daughter : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stine- netz, 319 Montgomery street, eparted Thursday noon for altillo, Coahuila, Mexico, where ie will attend a six-week session f the International Academy ol panish, the' summer division ol a Escuela Normal del Estado. A senior at DePauw University, rtiss Stinemetz is a Spanish ma- or. Two classmates will ac- ompany her on the trip, Miss arbara'.Melnik, .of Muncie, anc oy Cremens, of Gslesburg, 111. Junior Martin and Rebecca, of 'Marion; daughter, Mrs. Jim Hawkins and daughters, Rita and Peggy, of Amboy; Mrs. .Willard ^aldwell, of Converse; Mrs. John G. Allbaugh, Mrs. Bob Allbaugh, Mrs. Walter ' Allbaugh, Miss Annabelle Allbaugh, Mrs. Charles E. Sibbitt, Jr.', Mrs. Bob Toler, Mrs. Barney Sparks, Mrs. Glen Smith, Mrs. Leo Sjpit- ler, and Miss Janice Snyder. Invited guests unable to attenc but sending gifts were: Mrs, Max Douglas, of Robinson, 111.; Mrs. Robert Smith of Decatur, Ind.; Mrs. Arthur Caldwell, oi Marion; Mrs. Tom Anderson, ol Bedford; and Mrs. Jerry Sibbitt Assisting Mrs. Hood in entetain- ing were Mrs. Lawrence Douglas and Mrs. Keith Snyder. MT. OLIVE DINNER The Mt. Olive Community club members were served a five course birthday dinner at the home of Mrs. Richard Baker with Mrs. Vern Eber, Mrs. Keith Hoffman 'and Mrs. Robert Powlen, as co-hostesses. Mrs. Eber returned thanks pi'ior to the meal which was followec with a short business ession. A birthday present was given to each of the 17 members in at tendance. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Audra Bryant with Mrs Slctiard Miller assisting. L,, ANNIVERSARY PLANNED—Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kimberling, formerly of this city, will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary with an open house Wednesday afternoon, July 4, from 2:30. to 5 o'clock at their home, 1232 Imperial Dr;, Kokomo. No special invitations have been issued but Irjends and relatives are invited to attend. They jreemest that gifts be omitted. Mrs. Kimbcrling is the former:Catherine Reprogle, daughter ot Mrs. Charles Card, of Kossyille, and theiate qifford H. Rejprogle. •The couple was married at the local Broadway. Methodist church .by the Rev. Thomas Bran. '.'..,: They have two children: Mrs. Donald W. (Elsie)'Smith, of Kokomo, and William C. KimberUng, a student at Indiana University. There are Biree grandchildren, Sidney,'Troy and Jamie Smith • Mr. Kimberling ' is a supervisor at the Kokomo Chrysler Transmission Plant. Hostesses for the open house will 'be their daughter, Mrs. Smith, and Mrs. Kimberling's sister, Mrs. Ruben Jones, of this city. DEMOLAY MOTHERS The DeMolay Mother's circle met Tuesday evening at the, Masonic Temple with Mrs. Robert Bowles, president, in. charge. A reception was staged for the newly-elected "Sweetheart of DeMo- lay," Sue Lease, of rural route 1, Kewanna. DeMolay boys were guests of the circle. • -Bowler's Are You Missing the Fun? You Are If Your Not Attending Our Friday Nite Mixed Doubles Party! (STARTING TIME 10 P.M.) Trophies - Prizes - Eats $3.00 PER COUPLE INCLUDES EVERYTHING You don't have to be a League Bowler - MYERS LANES . --• ^**9onspprt . . -_ Dial 6148 JOHN & TED I3f BUT POP-YOU SAID ANYONE COULD OR WE WITH MO WORRY JMITH TWEJlMSURAMie_f ROM, Frank T.Morris Agency, Inc. INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BE SURE-INSURE 125 4th Sfc Ph. 30*3 Friday Evening, June 29,1962, Ann Smiley Becomes Bride In Rochester Rites Harrington Studio . BRIDE IN GARDEN WEDDING —Flowers provided "a setting for IB impressive lawn wedding of !iss Barbara Ann Johnson and arry K. Ottinger Sunday after- oon, June 24, at the home of le bride's parents, Mr. and, Mrs. awrence E. Johnson, rural route Camden. The groom's parents, are Mr. nd Mrs. Earl L. Ottinger, 331 orth Hillcrest Drive, city. Potted flowers formed an''aisle i the improvised altar set against background of vine-covered ittice work centered with a fern- overed arch secured with gar- ands of pink flowers. Urns of ink flowers flanked, the lattice. The Reverend Donald Scham ow officiated at the 3:30 o'clock ouble ring rites. Mrs. Glen Bryn provided selections at the or- an which was placed on the •ont patio of .the home. During IB ceremony she played "Be- ause," "Walk Hand in Hand," I Love You Truly" and "Through Years." She also provided music for the reception. Given in marriage by her fath r, the bride was lovely in a full- ength gown of imported Chantilly ace and tulle. The basque bodice vas fashioned with a portrail eckline with pearl and sequin rim and long sleeves tapering to iridal points over the hands. Mo- ifs of lace were banded on the ull skirt, alternating tiers of lace md tulle. A Queen's crown of glistening crystal with soft tulle was attach ed to an elbow-length veil of white llusion. The bride wore a cultured >earl pendant with diamonds, a r ift of the groom, and carried a white Bible with an arrangement f stephanotis, variegated ivy, vhite showers'and a white orchid, Mrs. Ronald Bashia, of Craw- ordsville, was matron of honor while Miss Christina Forgey, ol )eer. Creek, was. a bridesmaid 'anc irs. Darrell Pufahl, .of Crawfords- 'ille, bridesmatron.. ... They wore matching frocks o; avender chiffon over taffeta fash- Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer for Only $1 Now you can rent the new Blue J-iUBtre Electric Carpet Slmmpooor lor .only Jl per day with the purchase of Blue I.,i]!£tre carpet Shampoo; Save bis- with this easy to use "do It yourself equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look ot your carpot- •ing.'Available at Hook's Dependable Dr'usr. Stores. ' ' oned with scooped necklines, puffed sleeves and flowing skirts. Cach wore a lavender picture hat .ccented with a small bow in the iack and white mitts and pearl eweluy, gifts of the bride. All of he attendants carried a basket f pink and white daisies with ariegated ivy and lavender rib- ion. Miss Debbie Buchanan, of city, ttended as flower girl, wearing a dress of white taffeta and white chiffon. It was styled with a icooped neckline and a lavender :ash. She wore a picture hat and carried a miniature basket similar o those of the other attendants. Her pearl pendant was a gift of he bride. Tom Sullivan, of Camden, was >est man; Donald Mays, of Hammond and Robert Ahrns, of Lake Vawasee, were groomsmen; Gary iullivan, of Camden, and Jirr 31ackburn, of Hobart, ushers;' anc Michael Shoff, of Flora, a cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. The >ride's brother, Larry Johnson, was junior usher. Guests were registered by Sharon Piotner, of city.' For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Johnson, wore a pink lace dress with satin trim acccntet with white accessories.. The bride groom's mother selected a beige chiffon dress with bone accessories. Both wore a corsage of cym bidium orchids. -A reception for 300 guests wa; held in the back lawn, followinj the service. On the back patio was the serv ing table which was covered i white taffeta with a lavender ne skirt accented with bells. Four-heart shaped cakes formec the base of a five-tier, white wed ding cake, topped with' a brida couple. Lavender punch was serv ed from a. bowl • surrounded bj greenery. Lavon Johnson, of city, wa: cate'rer, assisted- by the hostesses. Miss Carole Weicht, of Marion a-nd-Miss Marcia Sharp and Sha- Miss Ann Smiley became the bride of William E. Fleming in a 7:30 o'clock candlelight, single ring ceremony Saturday evening, June 23, in the Grace Methodist church, Rochester, with the Rev. Ray Mills officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smiley, rural route 1, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fleming, of Hobart, are the parents of the bridegroom. Baskets of white pompons and iums decorated the church altar. White satin bows marked the family pews. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Robert Shafer, Rochester. Miss Sue Jackson, Bloomington, sorority sister of thef bride sang "Through the Years" and "Come With Me." The bride, given in marriage by hnr father, appeared in a floor-i'nKth gown of wihte silk organza over taffeta. The ''.its* bodice was styled with three- quarter length sleeves and a bateau neckline with a collar of appliqued lace edged in seed pearls and sequins. The bouffant skirt was highlighted with a front panel of appliqued lace. A tiara of rliinestones and sequins held her veil of illusion net. Her bridal bouquet was a nosegay arrangement of white roses and pink .veetheart rose buds tied with •hite streamers. She 'wore an eirloom cameo on a gold chain, gift from the bridegroom. Miss Sally Smiley attended .Her ister as maid of honor.Miss Lynn Dusan, West Palm Beach Fla., and Mrs. Ann Preston, New Albany, Ind., were her other at endants. All the bride's attendants were .tired in aqua silk organz» ocks styled with fitted bodices nd bnuffant skirls. They wora matching picture hats of organ- ron Gardner, of Camden. Gifts were registered by Patri cia Harvey, of Valpariso and Di ane Miller, .of Frankfort. For traveling to Michigan anc Wisconsin for a week, the bride wore a pink linen suit with while accessories and a corsage from the bridal bouquet. Both will be seniors this fall a Sail State Teachers college. Sh is majoring in business educatio: and he is a social science major The bride is the fraternity edu cation officer of her social soror ity, Alpha Omicron Pi. and th bridegroom is affiliated wit Theta Chi social fraternity. She is a 1959 graduate of th Camden high school and he is 1959 graduate of the local hig school. The couple will reside. in th trailer court on Ball State cam pus. each carried a nosegay of white pompons and and ouquc ; oses. Marl; Peitz, Gary, was best nan. i/eltoy Kaiser, Gary, and erry iimiley, Rochester, stated ie gunsts as they arrived. Folio ving the ceremony the ouple greeted the 125 guesls at reception held in the Colonial otel lining room. Hostesses ervinj; the three-tiered wedding ake were Marilyn Freeman, nn Curdes and Jane Smiley. For her daughter's wedding '.rs. Sriiley chose an aqua silk leath dress with white acces- ories. The bridegroom's mother elected 'a sheath dress of pink rocadu with matching accessor- es. Boih mothers wore corsages '.'while carnations and pink osebuils. For traveling Mrs. Fleming vore' a beige silk sheath dress 'ith • a matching lace jacket, ihe More matching beige ao essori-is. The '(ride is a graduate of Ro- hester high school and Indiana nivenity. She is a member of 'ri Kappa and Sigma Kappa so- ial sororities and is employed s Children's librarian at the ary Public Library. Her hus- jand, » student at Indiana university, will finish his work at ndiann university extension center at Gary. After a weeks' trip to Michigan he cnuple will establish a home n Gary. Guests were present from the 'ollowing cities: Rochester, Ho- jart, Gary, Indianapolis, West Palm Beach, Fla., Eugene, Ore., Ixmisville, Ky., Houghton, Mich., Des I'laines, HI., Kokomo and awayzee, Ind. 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