Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1957 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune VELDA MARIE LYNCH BRIDE OF RONALD HODSON AT BURLINGTON Velda Marie Lynch and Ronald Harry Hodson were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Burlington Methodist church with the Reverends James Wire and J. S. White.offi- ciating. The bride is the daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Homer Lynch, of route 1, Flora, and'the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hodson, also of route 1, Flora. Palms and candelabra banked the alfar where the couple was married. Mariana Byrum was soloist, and accompanied by Mrs. Betty Redding, sang "1 Love You Truly," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Beverly Hodson, sister of the bridegroom, of route 1, Frankfort, was maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Phyllis Lynch, sister of the bride. Jim Byrum, cousin of the bridegroom, of route 1, Kokomo, was best man, and ushers were Ned Flora, route 1, Flora, and Dewey Mcllrath, route 1, Bringhurst. Given in marriage by her father. Social Calendar Monday 6:30 p.m'.—Psi Iota Xi, Mrs. Jack Fairman. 7:30 p.m.—Tourist club, Mrs, L. E. Wickersham, route 5. , 7:30 p.m.—Tri Kappa parly, YWCA. 7:30 p.m.—L.S. to B. of L. F. and E., IOOF hall. 8 pm.—-Sigma Phi Gamma, city building. 8 p.m.—Logan Council: Daughters of America, club rooms. Tuesday 1 p.m.—-Bridge City lodge 254, IOOF hall. Just a Yard for Each! 8093 6 moft. • 4 yr».'! Sewing for infants is such fun— especialy when you make these dainty togs. Each item takes just a yard or less of fabric. No. 8093 is in sizes 6 mos., 1, 2, 3, 4 years. Size 1, dress, 1 yard of 45-inch; slip, % yard; sunsuit, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 35c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Pharos-Tribune, 372 W. Quiricy Street, Chicago 6, 111. Include 25 cents jnoro with your pattern order for the Spring & Summer '37 issue of our pattern book Basic FASHION. It contains dozens of smart now styles for all ages; gift pattern printed inside the book. Read the Classified Ads GERANIUMS All Varlatiu* Bedding Planti Potted Tomato*> V*g»rabt« Plant* Tubtroui Rootad Bcgonlat All Planti or* Potted or Transplanted PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE Dial 5144 Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs the bride was attired in a white nylon organdy street-length dress styled 'along princess lines with short -sleeves and V neckline. She' carried a white prayer book topped with a bouquet of sweetheart roses and stephanotis. The bridal attendants wore gowns of pale green fashioned like the bride's. The mother of the bride selected a blue, green and white dress with white accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a beige dress with blue and white accessories. Both wore corsages of pink sweetheart roses. A reception .followed the ceremony in the church basement with Mrs. Norma Berckey, Mrs. Colleen Brock and Miss Rebecca Hodson as hostesses. For traveling the bride selected a light blue suit with white accessories and .the corsage from her bridal bouquet. The bride is a 1957 graduate of the Burlington high school. Her husband, a 1956 graduate of the same school, is employed by the Chrysler Corporation at Kokomo. SOCIETY The Live Wire class of the Bethel Methodist church will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Felker Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. -&Diana Temple No. 30, Pythian Sisters, will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of P. hall. A good attendance is desired for the trip to Royal Center Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock, -ft- United Lutheran church Women of Grace Evangelical • Lutheran church met recently in the home of Mrs. Paul Ruschkofski, 1015 Spear street, with the business session being in charge of Miss Helen Sitz, president. The Thank Offering service was held with Mrs. John H. Murphy in charge. "Youth Serves in New Ways", the missionary topic, was given by Mrs. George Ruschkofski. Three members of the Luther j League, Misses Judith Neumann,; Elaine Bauer and Jeanette Hardt, • were guest members of the panel 1 taking part in the topic discussion.! The meeting closed the Lord's; Prayer and refreshments were served. —if.— The Frances E. Willard class of ;ho Wheatland avenue Methodist church will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Ruth Thomas; 815 Helm street. "Round the World In 80 Minutes" s the theme of the style show to )e staged by the Bunker Hill Air Torce Base Officers' Wives club Friday evening at the Officers' club. The affair will begin with a buf- "et supper from 7 to 8:30 o'clock at the club with reservations to >e made St the Officers' club by Tuesday evening. The show is for members of the Officers' club, the Officers' Wives club and their ;uests. The fashion show will follow the juffet and will begin at 8:45 o'clock. An orchestra will provide music for dancing following the slyle show, fashions for which will be furnished by the Golden Rule and Bailey's Men's store in this city. Models will be shown boarding an airplane in San Francisco and alight from the plane in Hawaii, long Kong, Monte Carlo, Nice, Cannes, New Delhi, Rome, Scot- and, London, Paris and finally >Iew York. Fashions to be worn by "WHITE SPORT COATS AND PINK CARNATIONS ..." and all these young men had dates for the prom Friday night at Berry Bowl. Left to right are Harry Elliott, senior class treasurer, Mike Cronin, secretary, Sherry Tucker, Patty Pasquale, Carolyn Bailey, Bob Pontius, senior class vice-president, Weldon Bleiler, and Sandra Ulbrich, general prom chairman. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Kenworthy Pupils To Present Recital Betty Kenworthy will present her piano students in a recital Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. Assisting will be Mrs. Wayne Hopper, violinist, and Pele Carr. The public is invited to attend. Participating, are Jim Hall, Bill Johnson, Ferry Whistler, Jerry Herd, Pamela Dibble, Sue Ann Sin- ninger, Loralee Johnson, Betty Carr, Sharon Ross, Ann Mills, Pat Waiters, Lynn Denham, Wally Toney, Markita Whistler, Kathy King, Karen Jameson, Kay Eikelberner, Carolyn Fulton, Don Hockman,. Joe Carruthers,, Cindy Hall, Marian McKaig, Connie Carr, Janet McDonald, Sarah Malady, Toni Hinkle, Grace Jackson, Nancy Walters, Anna Hinkle, Jane Cook, Steve Skelton, and Helen Maris. Add mashed fresh strawberries to hard sauce and serve with a pudding. THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. Reed, Interiors 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES WS CU) —IT'S PORTABLE Th -WURLflZER HO 01HH INCTKUMfHT CAN IOUAL IT fO* Amazing Versatility The excitingly new WURLITZER ELECTRONIC PIANO blends harmoniously with any room decor—fits any occasion perfectly —and you'll lovo \\t facinaling tonel Compact in size, lightweight—with legs unscrewed, the WURLITZER ELECTRONIC PIANO carries like a suitcase) Use it anywhere — anytime — wherever a piano is needed. Unaffected by temperature or humidity —never needs tuning^ Earphones for "silent" playing —only the player hears the music. Priced within easy roach of every family budget. For only $2.95 per week You may have this piano'on a rental purchase plan with private weekly lessons. No Extras — Nothing Mora To Pay Nancy Motsenbocker August Bride-Elect Of Charles Hefley Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Motsenbock- r, of Muncie, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nan:y, to Charles E. Hefley, instructor in the industrial arts department of the local high school, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hefley, also of Muncie. . The couple will be married Saturday, August 17, at the High street Methodist church in Muncie. Miss Motsenbocker was speech and hearing therapist in Logansport for two years and is now teacher of the deaf and severely hard of hearing at the Harry Mock School fo:r Handicapped Children at Muncie. Next fall she will return to Logansport to resume her former position. The bride- elect is 'a graduate of '.he Muncie Central high school and Ball State Teachers college. Her fiance, also a graduate of the Muncie high school . and Ball State Teachers college, is a member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Rich smooth scrambled eggs result when you add a couple of tablespoons of cream for each egg. FAREWELL FOR REV. KING A farewell supper will be held at the Main street Methodist church Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock in honor of Rev. Jack King and family, who have been transferred to Windfall, Indiana. All members and friends of the church are welcome. DR. 0. L. BRAUN Rsg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Officoi. 314 North S». IOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wednesdays C Fridays 9 lo 4 GOLDEN RULE DRESS- SALON - SECOND FLOOR DESIGNER DRESS-CO AT-SUII SALE all one of a kind! DRESSES CASSINI Costume Dress— Size 10— Reg. $145.00 .................................. Now $85 CASSINI One-piece flannel— Size 10— Reg. $110.00 ................................ Now $00 CASSINI One-piece knit— Size 12— Reg. $liG.OO ..... ; .............................. Now $35 EISENBUKG Cocktail Sheath— Size 14— Reg. $119.85 .................... .' .......... Now $55 E1SENBUKG Silk Print Sheath— Size 18— Reg. $80.85 ............................. Now $55 EISENBURG Sheath Costume— Size 1G— Reg. .$79.85 ............................. Now $45 EISENI1UKG Crepe Sheath— Size 18— Reg. $65.00 ................................ Now $35 JIAKVY BER1N Wool Costume— Size 14— Reg. $145.00 .._._._ ....................... Now $85 HARVY BE1UN Wool Tweed Costume— Size 14— Reg. $125.00 .............. ...... Now $70 IIARVY BERIN Forstman Wool Tweed— Size 12— Reg. $89.85 .................... Now $55 IIARVY BERIN Silk Puadesua— Size 14— Reg. $89,85 ............................. Now $55 HARVY BERIN Forstman Wool— Size IS— Reg. SG9.85 ............................. Now $35 BRANELL Wool Costume— Size 12— Reg. $125.00 .................................. Now $70 LEONARD ARKIN Silk Faille Costume— Size 10— Reg. $79.05 ..................... Now $45 LEONARD ARKIN Shantung Print Costume— Size IB— Reg. $75.00 ................. Now $45 LEONARD ARKIN Tweedy Costume— Size 12— Reg. $09.155 ........................ Now $35 LEONARD ARKIN Silk Coat Dress— Size 12— Reg. $63.85 ......................... Now $35 LEONARD ARKIN Surr'c Print Costume— Size 18— Reg. $65.00 ................... Now $35 LEONARD ARKIN Pure Silk Costume— Size 16— Reg. $85.00 ...................... Now $.15 LEONARD ARKIN Pure Silk Shantung Costume— Size 14— Reg. $79.85 ..-. ......... Now $45 LEONARD ARKIN Silk Eolka Dot Costume— Size 16— Reg. S79.85 ................ Now $45 LEONARD AKKIN Sheath and Duster— Size 14— Reg. $65.00 ...................... Now $35 SUITS MONTE SANO Pink Tweed— Size 10— Reg. $210 .............................. ..Now $125 MONTE SANO Blue Worsted— Size 14— Reg. $195 ........ ' ........................ Now $125 MONTE SANO Imported Tweed— Size 16— Reg. $195 ....................... . ..... Now $125 JABLOW Black Pure Silk— Size 14— Reg. $189 ..................................... Now $99 JABLOW Taupe Tunic Suit— Size 12— Reg. $155 ............ ". ...................... Now $95 JABLOW Beige Tweed— Size 10— Reg. $155 ................. . ...... ................. Now $95 JABLOW Pure Silk Tweed— Size 14— Reg, $145 ................................... Now $85 JABLOW Grey Tweed— Size 10— Reg. $135 ........................................ Now $80 GEORGE CARMEL Taupe Tweed— Size 12— Reg. $145 ........................... Now $85 GEORGE CARMEL Pink Tweed— Size 14— Reg. $145 ............................... Now $85 GEORGE CARMEL Navy Wool— Size 14— Reg. $145 .............................. Now $85 GEORGE CARMEL Taupe Tweed— Size 10— Reg. $145 ........................... Now $85 COATS MONTE SANO Navy Forstman Tweed— Size 14— Reg. $250 ...................... Now $150 MONTE SANO White Imported Silk & Wool— Size 10— Reg. $235 ............... i.Now $140 MONTE SANO Beige Forstman Silk & Wool— Size 12— Reg, $225 ................. Now $140 MONTE SANO Grey Imported Tweed— Size 12-Reg. $210 ....... ................ Now $125 MONTE SANO Navy & White Imported Cotton— Size 12— Reg. $195 ............... NOW $125 GEORGE CARMEL Navy Hopsacking— Size 12— Reg, $1(15 ....... v .............. Now $99 GEORGE CARMEL Beige and Orange Tweed— Size 12— Reg. $145 ............... Now $85 JABLOW Red Wool Fleece— Size 10— Reg. $155 .................................. Now $95 JABLOW Navy Tweed— Size 12— Reg. $155 ................ . ................ ; ..... Now $95 ALL SALES FINAL NO APPROVALS, PLEASE 409-415 E. BROADWAY MM 4.64 Monday Evening, May 27, 1957. BHAFB OFFICERS' WIVES CLUB TO FEATURE WORLD TOURIST FASHIONS the tourist in these countries will be featured. V Models include Mrs. Leslie Dyer, Mrs. Norman Ruby, Mrs. Robert Gore, Mrs. Henry Chisholm, Mrs. Kenneth Ohman, Mrs. Lewis Lynch, Mrs. Robert Allen, Col. Billy Cornett, Lt. Col. Wiltz Segura, Capt. Leslie Dyer, Lt. Norman Ruby, Lt. Merlin Williams and Lt. Anthony Nowakowski. Major William Dillard will be commentator for the show. The committee in charge includes Mrs. James Buan. chairman, Mrs. Edward Freedman, Mrs. Donald Meek, Mrs. Leslie Dyer, Capt. Edward Freedman, Lt. Richard French and. Lt. James Corbett. Mrs. Harold Walsh is in charge of musical arrangements. The base nursery will be open for the evening with help to care for the children from 6:30 o'clock. Additional Society On Page 5 LET US GET YOUR RESERVATIONS & TICKETS We officially represent aH scheduled o*r linet. Lot us givo you complete information on air travel ANYWHERE ... go* yowf ticket* of»d make your reservations, LOGANSPORT BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB-TRAVEL BUREAU 226 South Third Street Phone 5101 -[•»«!• Chicago Motor Club b. rOW Jfo™/ A»~rf" FOR THE GIFTS FROM OH er a wide selection of varied items of wide • Personal Leather Goods! for both Boys and Girl* $2 up Billfolds Key Cases Writing Sets Brief Cases Change Purses Toilet Sets Manicure Sots Jewel Cases Stud Boxes Brush Sets LUGGAGE! Traveling Bags Companion Case* Two Sailers Duffle Bags For the boys $3.50 to $60 Train Cases Overnight Bags Weak End Cases Pullman Bags for the girl* $11 to$55 RCA-Victor Clock Radios . . .$29.95 up Portable Radios $29.95-$44.95 Table Radios. $19.95 to $39.95 Radio Phonographs $99.95 Portable Record Playors $19.95 up High Fidelity Phonographs $84.95 - $149.95 Extended and long play Records $1.49 up. 315 Fourth St. Dial 2762

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