Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 9, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 9, 1957
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' MX Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune CARRIE ANN ZIMMER BRIDE OF RAYMOND BEERS AT ROYAL CENTER Mrs. Raymond L. Beers was Miss Carrie Ann Zimmer prior to her marriage Saturday evening in a 6:30 o'clock ceremony at .the Royal Center Baptist-Christian Church with the Reverend David P. St. Clair officiating at the double ring rites. The bride is the daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John F. Zimmer of Royal Center, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Beers of Gas City. White gladioli, palms, and twin seven-branch candelabra banked the altar where the couple was married. Al Hemmer of Lebanon, .Ind_iana, soloist with the Purdue University Glee Club, accompanied cousin, Merle Dean Crow of Honolulu, Hawaii. Ideatical white cotton and chromespun gowns were worn by the brida! attendants, styled with kimona sleeves, rounded front neckline and low V back neckline. The gowns featured bouffant orchid chiffon cummerbunds and sashes over full sweeping waltz- length skirts. Headpieces were ] blending white headbands with 'back veils of orchid chiffon. The attendants carried nosegays of pink rosebuds surrounded by ste- phanatis and centered with sprays of hybrid Vanda orchids, also gifts of the bride's cousin in Hawaii. A gown of rose-pink lace over satin with white accessories was by Mrs. John Fisher of Logansport, hon bhe ™ther sang 'Through the .Years,' Ave whj , e th( f bridegroom . s mother se l lhe ilected a powder blue lace over sal . | in dress wjt(l white accessor j es . Maria," "Because," . and I/ord's Prayer." Miss Patricia Carson of Washington, D.C., former college roommate of the bride, attended as maid of honor. The bridesmaids •were Misses Mary £Hen McMahan of South Bend, also a former college roommate of the bride, Elsie Boose of Indiana University, and Barbara Garner of Union .Mills, cousin of the bride. Miss Julie llilier of Royal Center was the flower girl, while the ring bearer was Michael Foster of West Lafayette, Indiana. Mr. Jack Johnston of Baltimore, Maryland, served the bridegroom _. _. ..__ „ as best man, while ushers were I trod the serving table which wasi Paul Khoades, cousin of the bride- j decorated with pink and white groom from Michigan City,'Louis!lighted tapers and Hawaiian flow- Zimmer, brother of the bride bfjers. Royal Center, and Donald Bunting, Hostesses for the reception were Cousin of the bride from Jesup,|Mrs. Louis Zimmer, Miss Justine Both wore white Catalay orchids. A luncheon from three to five o'clock in the afternoon was held in the bride's home where more than 100 out-of-town guests were entertained. Hostesses for the luncheon were Mrs. Jessie Sandberg and Mrs. W. 0. Sheppard. Reception for 350 A reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the dining rooms of the church with nearly 350 guests in attendance. A pink, white and orchid, color scheme was used in the decorations. A five-tier wedding cake cen- Sigma Phi Gamma Entertains Guests At Dykeman Picnic Sigma Phi .Gamma sorority staged a picnic for members and guests Monday evening at .Dykeman park. Guests included Mrs. Johnnie Peggs, Mrs. Virginia Halflich, Mrs. Carolyn Diveley, and the Misses Ann Grace, Mary Kearn, .Joan HiU, Rosalie Caldwell, Madonna Cain, Pat Wolf and Marie Gallo. Contests and group singing were enjoyed. During the business meeting, a report of the international convention at Tulsa, Oklahoma, was given' by Mrs. Richard Laymon, social delegate. An invitation was read from the Hartford City chapter to a picnic next Monday evening. The committee in charge of the evening included Jean Langbak, chairman, Mrs. Thomas Morris, Mrs. Ned Dwyor, Mrs. Charles Erickson and Mrs. Hugh Skinner. ON MICHIGAN WEDDING TRIP SOCIETY Jowa. Gown of Tulle, Lace Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a gown ol tulle and -N'ylcbrwle-lace over satin featuring a scalloped bateau neckline outlined with lace. Long sleeves came to bridal points over the hands, ancf the bouffant skirt featured a deep panel .of Nylc- brode lacu which encircled the skirt below tho hipline. The gown Potty, both of Royal Center, Miss Dorolhy Hardy of Logansport and Miss Laura McBee of Nappanee. The couple departed for a week's wedding trip lo Michigan. Following their return, they will reside, at 3 Maple Drive, Apartment C, Baltimore 20, Md. The bride was graduated from Royal Center High School and Purdue University with the class of 1D57 and will be employed this fall by the Baltimore County Board of /Education • as a home economics /ept into a chapel-length train, [teacher at North Point, Maryland. er two-liwed veil of imported II- The bridegroom was graduated to a taffeta from Mississenewa High School Her lusion was secured headpiece edged with lace. She car- rifcd a while Bible topped v/ilh fltcphonatis centered v/ilh a white Catalay orchid, a gift of the bride's and Purdue University with the class of 1955. He is employed as an associate engineer at Martin Air Craft in Baltimore, Maryland. Daughter Feted By Parents At Party Mr. and Mrs, Clark Titus entertained at their, home in Onward recently in honor of their daughter, Irene Julian, on her icth birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs, Robert fiernhardt and children, Pamela Sue, Karen, Bobby, Denny and Ricky Joe, Lynn Julian and Sue Johson, Clymerjs; Mr. and Mrs. James Tribbett, Brenda, Kenny and Beverly, Bum/vra; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Titus, Sharon, Becky and Timmy, Camdcn; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Titus. Nickie Sue, Miss Martha Rcescr. Lo;;ansport; Keith Julian, 0. K. LLandes, Onward. Refreshments were served. Charles DePoy at Conservation Camp Charles DoPoy, of Jefferson township, left Monday to attend the slate 4-H Conservation cajrip at the Dunes Slate park. Ous Thias, county agent, said th« four fields which will be fca- i lured include entomology, forestry, soils, and wildlife. Officials, conducting the camp include Glen Laker, Purdue extension entomologist; Ed Loll, Purdue extension forester, and Lloyd Fix and A. T. Parrish, district foresters); R. 0. Cole and Charles .McKec of the soil conservation department; and Howard Mlchaud, wildlife. The delegates are selected on a basis of participation in 4-H projects In the /our fields. SOCIAL CALENDAR TucBflay f p.m.— Anna Guurd class, St. luke'B Lutheran church, Fair- vicv/ park. 8 p.m.— Kmefa club, Lelah Stephena. T p.m.— .Jefferson tov/n'.hip till club No. I, Lake Cicott Mold- odisl church. 8 p.m.— ljnii;;hterB of fsuibella, K. of C. hall. 11:30 a.m.— Lft;;ion Auxiliary picnic for vote-ran.';, Hiversildc park. Noon — Crusaders ulasK, Dili Hlrent (Jhrifilian church, at church. 12:30 ]>.rn — ajth Ci;nli:ry claij;;, Jiroadway Mnthodbit church, KiversJdi; park. 1:30 p.m.— ISeihlehem lowniihlii HD club, /tiversido park. MOOKK KKUNWN The Fifteenth annual Moore reunion wax held Sunday at Porter's "Blue Moon" cotluyi; on Shuler Lake with u banket dinner at the noon hour. l-'vtly-tiixhl penmnn ullumlatl with the ;irte for the oldest v/innun present going to Vrirn Morler and for the oldest man to Charles K. JIcK S'r. The youngcKL boy and girl receiving gills were Jeff Allen Krni und Uiannla lierk- Bhirt. HcccivJng u Kill for having the largOBl family were Mf. and Mrs. Kmcrmm l/attc;i. Coming thi) furtlicrcBl were Mr. und Mrs. Herbert. Campbell. Ice crcarn wa.f nerved durlnK the afternoon and nwlmrnnlg and boating wan cnjoywJ. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Porter, Mr, and MIT>, Chan. K, .lies Jr., Mr.i. Frank Morter uinj Krtna Tfwrman Morter, Mr. and Mr». Charles Small and Cfiurlenc 'Small, Mr. und , Mm. Sonny Small und BOH, Mr. und Mrs. Dean Bcrkuhire und children, Mr. arid Mm. Char JIM K. JleN Sr., Mr. and Mrs. .lltn Morter, Mr. and Mrs. Chan, Tow and ran, Mr. und Mrs. Herbert Curnphcll und HUM, Mr. ami Mrs. Fritz Krvln and children, Uonnlo Morler, Harry and Bob Morter, Mr. und Mr«. Kmorxun Hatten und ubUtjren, Siwzy lien, Florence Garr and Mr. and Mr*. CharJo.i Cooper. W/LSON REUN/ON The ,7. C. Wilson family.held IU annual reunion July 4 at" the Deer Creek Conservation club with 70 members and xuoals prcHenl. Thwe atlendinK from Lognai- port ami vicinity were: Mr. and Mrs. Hill Duvia and mini Mr, and Mrs, flay Myers and family, Mr, and Mm, Wilbur Wikon and Timothy, 'Mrs. Patricia Lewis anci Mike, Mrs. Cora Mlnnick, Mr. nnd Mm.. Don Baker and family, Mr. and) Mrs. Boh Barlow and family, Mr. and Mr.i. Dcwcy Wilson, Leonard Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Qiilrscey Wll- son, Mr. and Mrs. frank W. Hoover ami daufililcr, Mrs. Arm Davis and flnsemarie, Miss Ifallift Kot- li«e, H. H, Wilson, Junior Wilson, Mr, and Mrs. John Davis; Mr, ami Mrs. Clarence Wilwn, Mr .ami Mrs. John Wllnon and Triclu,.qnd Mrs. ffeicn Kpuckx, Camdc-sv VFW Auxiliary will meet at the post home tonight at 8 o'clock for a regular session. -#Naomi circle of the Whealland avenue Methodist church will meet Thursday noon at the church for a luncheon followed by a regular business meeting. -£The Clay township HD club will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Spencer park pavili. on at which time the 4-H girls wil' be guests. The Worthwhile HD club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Lillian McClin lock route 4. Roll call will be answered with a favorite picnic dish. __ A _ The WSCS of' the Main street Methodist church will meet Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock for a fam ily picnic at Fairview park. Mem bers are asked to note the change of meeting dale. A good attendance is de&ired, _ j., *•(— ~ The Pleasant Valley Ladies aid will meet at the church annex Thursday morning for an all-day meeting. Mrs. Kdna Leffert will he hostess for the day. Members and friends are Invited to attend. -T*r- The World Friendship Circle of the West Broadway Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. Roll call wil! be answered with a Scripture verse containing the word, "hope," The Dorcas Division wil! be in charge of the dining room. The summer offering will.be received. The HI Neighbor HD club will mcel Wednesday noon al Fairview park for a picnic. •'.,"' • —TV— . Deer ;Crtck HD club No. 1 will meet ol •• the ynuatt America nchool Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Roll call. Is for each mum- bor to brinf{ her favorite bathing suit, A «pociai letisun Is planned. _ ./., — /*f The .Lucerne I'resnylerlan Women's Society will rr.itet 'JViursrtay aflwnoon al 2 o'clock al Ihe homo of. Mrs. May Jones Juiillce Josicph Korco Crater of Die Nnw York Klalc Supreme Court disappeared at 9: IS p.m. Aug. (1, 1930. Only four of the 21 costal ululcis require silule llceniicn fur Hall water llshlni?. Hand-ln-harid cis - (:!e, DuuKhl.er'H, will hold u picnic Wed- ntjKday ut HIvKrHlde park, Mr:m- bers are usked to bring a covered dish. JAMES R. CARNEY AND BfUDE, the former Miss Betty Johnson, will establish 'residence at route 5, city, fallowing their return from a wedding trip lo Michigan. The couple was married during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon al 2:30 o'clock at the Anoka Melhodisl church wilh the Reverend Glenn Campion officiating at Ihe rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Wilson N, Johnson, of S17 Nineteenth street, and the bridegroom is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs.. William S, Carney, route 2, Walton, Baskets of white gladioli, palms and candelabra banked the altar where Ihe couple was married. Richard Campion was accompanied by Mrs. Glenn Campion, or- Kanist, when he nang "Because," "Wonderful One" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mlsn Joan Fitxcr, 190(1 East Market street, attended Ihe bride as maid of honor and flower girl was MlBs Cheryl Cox, cousin of the bride, of Chicago. Billy J. Carney, route 2, Walton, served WB brother an best man, and ushers wore James Ilclvie,i route 2, Walton, and Donuld^Cor- rect, Logansport, Marvin Musull, cousin of the bride, route 5, city, was ring bearer. The bride, escorled lo tho allar and given in marriage by her father, appeared in u hallurina- Icnglh gown of luce over siulin, designed along princeaH linen wllli a. V neckline, short sleeves and circular Kkirl. Hor elbow-lnnnUi mills lapered to bridal polsiln over the hands, and her fingertip veil of nyl'in Illusion wan secured lo a half hat. trimmed wllh sequins. She carried a while bouquet lopped wllh an orchid. A halicrlna-lenglh gown nf U(|ua nel over lafl'elu was worn by tho maid of honor. Tho filled Imdlco fvalurcd a sweetheart nechllno a/id the Bklrl wa.f mude bsiuffuiil hy caacades of net ruffles. She wore in.'ilnblnj.; snil.l,s und a pompon headpiece. She carj'lod u colonial sjrranKeiriciil of Hit! name flowern. The liower jjlrl wim nltlred In n gown of pink nel over salin with a fitted bodice and bouffant skirl. Her headpiece was of while pompons and she carried a basket of colonial flowers. The gloves and jewelry of the attendants were gifts of the bride. The mother of the bride chose a lace sheath dress of blue wilh white accessories while the bridegroom's mother selected a violet dress with while' accessories, Both wore corsages of white carnations. August Bride-Elect Of "Mike" Vitello Honored At Shower Miss Beverly, Ann Pierce, who will wed A. A. "Mike" Vitello August 3 at St. -Paul's church in Marion, was honored at a_ surprise shower Sunday' afternoon at the K. of C. hall. Miss Pierce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pierce, of Marion, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vitello, city. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Tony Vitello and Angeline Vitello. The guest of horjor was presented witii a white orchid corsage. A pink and white motif was used in the decoration of the hall with guests entering benealh an arch centered wilh a wedding bell. The honored guest's table was centered with a minature bride beneath an arch trimmed with flowers with small parasols at each end. Guests were sealed at individual tables. Gifls were placed on a pink covered table centered with a large pink umbrella. A buffel luncheon was served from a table decorated in pink and white. Favors were wedding on individual iced Tuesday Evening, July >, VERNON G. HITTLE AND BRIDE rings placed cakes. L S/SGT. AND MKS. VERNON G. HITTLE, shown following their marriage June 1 at the home of Hie bride's parents, Mr. and Mr». Edward Day, 1402 Spear street, plan to make llieir home in Florida. The bride is the former Miss Linda Day. The bridegroom is lha son of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Hittle, of Itaines City, Florida. The double ring ceremony was read by the Reverend Raymond Skellon. A reception was hold at the homo for the immediate families following the ceremony. Present for Die event was the bridegroom's Bride" was played during the grandmother, Mrs. Amelia CarlUm, of Gary, afternoon with prizes being giv- Tlie bridegroom is presently stationed at the Bunker Hill Air en from a "grab-basket" of pink lied with a pink and white bow. These prizes were in turn presented to the bride-elect. Invited guesl.5 were Mesdamos Rose Cira, Robert Bauer, Jaines Venice, John DeRosa, William Vi- '.cllo, Richard Hardy, Louis Vitcl- lo, Mike Ventura, Krnest Gaudio, Joe Donate, Gene Good, Ralph Ventura, Louis Vitcllo, Frances Porrone, William Pcrrone, Pat Carso, Leonard Corso, John Corso, Sal Corso, Anthony Pcrrone, Francis Pen-one, Leonard Cira, Grace Palumbo, Tony Corso, Guy Hahn, Jou Corso, John Pcrrone, S; Fir Force Base. ^ Following the ceremony a recep-| manii Fra ' nk Ga i| 0> Anna'LaCoco, lion was held for 120 guests in llic church parlors. The three tiered w.cdding cake was topped wii.li a miniature bridal couple and centered the serving table which was covered with a floor-lenijth skirl of while taffel.li accented witli a, Hurry Grisley, Jr., Choj'lra Albright, Don Michaels, John Klsert. AI.so Mosdamcs Newell Karhart, Hugh Wiggins, Ralph Buceafusco, Frank Schlosser, John Massey, ''' om Burl Cline, Sal pink''toprun'd'a"ru'iri)ows.''cryb" CorM ' Chester rtolcwicz, Harry Uil candelabra flanked the cuke, I L °eoeo, Viuic Mercer, Tom Henry, and a largo crystal punch bowl, minis and nut dishes also were arranged on the table. HostessoB were .the Misses Beverly Myors, of New Wuvcrly, and Barbara Berkshire, of Royal Center, The bride attended the local high school and Is employed «t llio A, J. Olson company while her husband, ti Tipton township Jiigli school Kriidualo, is an employe of the RBM. Manufacturing cnmpuny. 'For traveling the hrlcle chose a bcljfe print shanliin;,' dresH with mutuliinK acucKxiirlcH and the 1 orchid from her bridal homiuet. TO puniiiftrr MACAXINK BLOOMI'NGTON (UP) - The bureau of business Mwoui'di of liic Indiana University School of liusl- ncm has announced p/un« to es- lubllHh u hUHlniifui mtiKiv/lne of re- Hcnrch and vil.ul comment. TlUod "UusinuttH ITorlwjn.V Hie now pub- lii.'tilJwi will he Lsmiod (|Uarl<!rIy oji ,-j siilwcrlplJon basin In December. II, will hu wrltlKii for itnd by profeKnlonnl hunlnnHH executives and Htudcnla of. <bunl- ncfm udmlniiilruUon. Tim orijuniKcr of the firnt '!). ,S, balloon corps wu« Tfil)ilduui< S. C, Lowo, who nerved tho Union Forcon durlnK the Civil Wiir, NWfllK 1MMK-HKTH (IHAN'F ' SOUTH.-BF/NT) (UP)—Four U'nl- ycnrfly of Notro Duma fnciilty members have been awarded Kr'antirfrom tin; Nations*! Science Ffl'unOatlon and the U.K. Atomic! Kmtriiy Cnrnmliitilon totaling $11,W!) for renenrc)] work, Acceptance of Die (jnmla wan announced by F.X. Bradley Jr., u»nlnl.iml doun for reiwurch of the «ra<luate school. Read the Classified Ads YOUR FRIENDiY MERCHANT SAYS THANK YOITJ WiTH CASH VALUE WEDNESDAY SPECIALS SPRING AND SUMMER DRESSES ValuM to $12.98 Sleoveleis— Short Sleeve— Long sleeves DUSTERS and SHORTYS Valu*i to $19.95 $7 Afl »!•» final (~\™ch% >fotA¥vt/erv f ^^^ ^^JT.JTX^V f~\ ^^fr ' f f f \ M f^-^ BINOCULARS 7x95'i — complot* with eo»» OTHERS FROM $3.95 to $46,50 '32" Bring Us Your Rolls of Film You'll rjof ffio Firm*!, Qutckwt Plnluhmg of your Snap»hot* wHh Tho Hlah Quality Work ejon. tn «wr *w« ManK Also Quicken Servlc* »n Movl* and Color Slide Fllmi, QUICK FILM SERVICE 524 Eatt Broadway Phan* 4444 James Mabry, Flora Ju.vcphlne Woods und PorfcUo, Edward Klumpp, all o[ Lognnsport. Also the !VTi.<isen Coslma Palumbo, Grade Pcrrono, Hosunn Cira, Mickio Cira, Rn.sio Corso, An^clinc Klrmuni, Murlo Gallo, Sue HlKHins, .loun Hulchcruft, .Jane Uulclicrufi,, and Joan Kolewlcx, also of I/og- ansporl. Jnvltcd Ruesls from otil-of-Uwn (Phnros-Tribune Enfiraving.) were Mrs. Wilbur Pierce, Miss Nancy Pierce, Mr*. Roy Pierce, Mrs. Forro.sl Pierce, Mr.s. Jlary Morgan and Libby and Mrs. Lawrence Woolman, all of Marion, In<liana; Mrs. Joe Slovens of Indianapolis; Mesdamc.s .loe Calan- xara,. Sr., Don Hull, Leu Calanzara and Jo Cnlanzaro, Jr., all o! 1'eni; Mrs. William Corso, Miss Darlcnc Corso, Mrs. Tony Corso, Miss Sylvia Corso and Mrs. Earl l.csler, all of Wa'basli; Mr.s. Bud Neiman- svcrdriel, and Mike Minardo, Mrs. diaries Minardo, Mrs, Frank Minardo and Miss Ratio Minardo of Lafayutlc; Mrs. Cosimo Cira, of Knox; Mrs, Nek O'Neal of Torre Haute; Mrs. Bud Milsos of Evaiw- villc; and Mrs. Norman Dexlor of Cincinnati, Ohio. Also Mrs. Mary Palmiranno and dan Kilters Mary and Sue at Rochester. New York, and Miss Ros» Gallo, LOUR Beach, California. The Instant Taste K gone! 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