Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 10, 1957 · Page 8
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debt Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune CEREMONY AT TWELVE MILE UNITES GLORIA ANN CRIST, HOMER SMITH Miss Gloria Ann Crist became the bried of Homer V. Smith during an impressive ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Twelve Mile Bethlehem Methodist church with Mrs. Perry Gibson Honored At Shower Mrs. Perry Gibson was guest of t» j YT * r. .;. 1 "no. Jrerry ixiobon was guest 01 i^ 8rd Cre$S ° ffl ' honor at a stork shower Recently at the home of Mrs. C. R, Wild- ciating. The double ring rites united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Crist, of Twelve Mile, and the son of Br. and Mrs. Ashton Smith, of Auburn, Indiana. Miss Carol Williamson, cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Smith, of Jean Grable, soloist, who sang "I Love You Truly," "Because," "With This Ring" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Marjorie Green was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Sandy Crist, sister of the bride, and Miss Violet Smith, sister of the groom. Jackie Tabler, cousin of the bride served as flower girl and .Freddie Smith, nephew of the groom, was ring bearer. Estel Smith attended his brother as best man and ushering were Chester Smith, brother of the groom and Lyle Williamson, cousin of the bride. Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a floor-length gown fasiiioned of Chantilly lade over satin and tulle. The filled bodice had long bridal sleeves which tapered to points over her hands and a high fitted sabrina neckline edged in sequins. The skirt was bouffant and cascaded rick, 1518 Usher street. The gift table was centered with a large question mark flanked by baby items. Games were played and refreshments served. Invited guests_were: Mrs. Carol Angle and Mrs. Ruby Black, o, New Waverly; Mrs. Lois Parish, ol Walton; Mrs. Eva Kendall, ol Macy; Mrs. Evelyn Mossman, 'ol Wabash; Mrs. Louise Clemens, of Marion; Mrs. Bert Wildrick and Mrs. Ronald Wildrick- of Peru; Mrs. James Wildrick of Indiana polls; Mrs. Dean McKamey of Peru, and Mrs. Marie Parish, Mrs, Betty Brady, Mrs. Jean Fisher, Mrs. Betty Stru and daughter Kay, Mrs. Delta Timler and Mrs. Dorothy Marvin, all of Logansport. from a deep insert ol corded satin at the waistline in front. Her. Juliet cap was covered in sequins and trimmed with tiny pearls and secured her fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a Henry Lutes, Wife Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. W. Henry Lutes, of Reynolds, will celebrate, their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2:30 to 5 o'clock in Ihe afternoon at the social room of tile Reynolds Methodist diurch. The couple was married July 17, 1907, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Beckley. Mr. and Mrs. Lutes were both born .in Cass county and lived in Royal Center until 1944 when they purchased a drug store at Reynolds and moved there. The couple has three children: veil 01 musion. sne cameo a, Mrs . Mar E .Hawthorne, Indian- white orchid on a White Bible and nnn1i , Mrs _ Maxino'siilHvan. Frnn- wore pearl jewelry, gift of the groom. Identical gowns were worn by the bride's attendants wilh the maid' of honor wearing yellow, the •bridesmaids blue and pink. They were styled of Crystallele featuring a gathered floor-length skirt and were tied at the waist with a cummerbund of taffeta with streamers to the floor in back. ' They had elbow-length sleeves and a fitted high neckline. They wore headpieces of tulle and chrystalle matching their dresses, accented with lace aud flowers, and carried cascade bouquets of pinK rose- buds tied with ribbons matching their frocks. The flower girl was attired in a frock of white designed similar to the bridesmaids with Ihe neck- lina being sheered into scallops.. She carried a white basiet of pink rose petals. The mother of the bride selected for her daughter's wedding a dress of beige lace with yellow and beige accessories and wore a apolis, Mrs. Maxine Sullivan, Francesville, and James B. Lutes, Fran- eesville, rural route. They have six grandchildren and one great grandchild, Girl Scout News Brownie Day camp opened Monday with 103 girls and leaders present for the first day. "Early Setller" unit reported moving in and preparing the camp sile while "Trail's End" troop hiked out to the unit and set up camp. There was a camp discussion, song fest and making of tags. A cookout was planned for today. An openipg flag ceremony for the entire camp was held at 9:30 and the Scouts spent the clay in their units. In addition to "Trail's End" and "Early Settlers," the other units are "Shady Nook" and "Spreading Maple." Mrs. Mary Emmerd, who is in charge of crafts, taught the Scouls to make name tags. Spat- ler printing was instructed by Ihe Kuszmaul-Rush Vows Repeated In Deer Creek Rites ; Mr. and Mrs. James William Rush.are in Canada on a wedding trip following their June 30 mar riage at the Deer Creek Lutheran church -with the Reverend Dee Shaffer officiating at the dpuble ring rites. ' • The bride, the former Miss Connie Kay Kuszmaiil, is the daughter of Mr, and and Mrs. J. T. Kuszmaul, of Camd-en, • and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rush, of Walton. And Marie Rush was organist and Judy Bowman, soloist. Numbers sung were."With This Ring" and "The Lord's Prayer', Martha Jo Kuszmaul, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and David Carey attended as best man. Ushers were Bill Paxson and Ron aid Lee Kuszmaul. Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride selected for her wedding a gown of white lace designed with a full skirt and fitted short lace jacket that had a high waistline and three-quarter length sleeves. Her veil of white lace was secured to a Juliet cap. She wore a pear] necklace, gift of the groom, and carried yellow roses on a white Bible. The maid of honor wore a pink dress and carried pink roses. The mother of the groom wore a pink dress wilh white and yel- ow roses and the bride's mother attended in a blue dress complimented with white accessories and a yellow rose corsage. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Deer Jreek Conservation club for approximately. 100 guests. Hostesses were Nancy Larimore Louis Ann Lynch, Janet Kuszmaul and Kamen Kuszmaul, For Iheir wedding Irip the bride changed to a yellow dress and wore beige accessories. Upon their return Ihey wilt es- .nblish residence in Walton. The bride attended Deer Creek high .school and her husband at- ended Wallon high school. He is employed at Tanguy's dairy. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY JULY 14 Miss Diane Vaughan Guest Of Honor At Pre-Nuptia! Shower Miss Diane Vaughan, bride-elect of BUI Vernon, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday at the home of Mrs. Myra Altice, 510 Anthony street. Mrs. Altice was assisted by Mrs. Marie DeHaven, Mrs. Betty Noble, Wednesday Evening, July 10, 1S5T. T.V. ACTRESS HOLLIS BURKE BRIDE OF-DR. JAMES R. HINES AT CHICAGO St. Clement's Catholic church in Chicago was the scene of a summer wedding Saturday morning Couple Honored On Silver Anniversary Mr. and -Mrs. Wayne (Dick) Sheetz, of 43 Pollard avenue, were honored at a surprise pinic Saturday evening at Spencer park, the occasion being their silver wedding anniversary. Those present were their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sheetz and Children, Pat and Peggy, of Hebron; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sheetz, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Powlen and son, which united in marriage Miss Hollis Burke, of Chicago, and Dr. James R. Hines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hines, of Kewanna. The altar was banked wilh white gladioli and blue and lavender delphinium. The bride, a well-known tele- ! vision actress of Chicago and New was escorted to Ihe altar ivituie weriavuii, iviis. ueuy i\uuiti,' „. , . „ " ,. , f ^ Mrs. Mary Odom, Mrs. Mary Lou I Rlcjkle - Mr. ana Mrs Max Bower Shaw and Miss Betty Odom. Special prizes went to Mrs. Dorothy Younkin and Mrs. Frances Wallace with duplicate awards being presented the guest ot honor. The bride'elect's chosen colors, yellow and white, were combined in decorations which featured cascades of streamers. The serving table , and individual tables were centered with bouquets of mock orange blossoms. Punch, nuts and other refreshments were served. Invited guests included Mesdames Myrtle Birnell, Dorothy Younkin, Leona Bechdol, Ruin Rumbold, Frances Wallace, Anna 1 Dodrill, Chester Morgan, Betty Jewell, Mary Craig of Lafayette; Anna Schubach, Sally DeHaven and daughter Laura of Michigan; Margaret Grand, Mrs. Geneva Vernon, Joanna Gilsinger, Mary JGastaldi, and Gertrude Vaughan, Bess Willey and Hose Stuckuish, all of Terre Haute; Virginia Clark, Delia Windier, Rose Frick, Ethel .by her uncle, Robert Lee Berncr. of Winnetka. She wore a Christian Dior original gown of pale mauve silk organza, designed with a bouffant skirl and soft cowl neckline. and sons, Garry and, Galen, Mr. l "" 1 sli " L , a "° > UH cuwl . '"-'CMme. and Mrs. John Albright and son .:She accented her gown with-a large John Jr., Mrs. Ann Albright and daughter, Ruth Ann, and George L. Albright. The couple received many lovely gifts. 'white hat and accessories. Her crescent bouquet was of while, lavender and blue. The Nuptial High Mass was sung by the Reverend Father Vilaka. Attending the bridegroom as best DAV AUXILIARY man was 1 his brother, Michael. DAV Auxiliary members met at! who wilh his wife flew . from Las the club rooms Monday evening Vegas, Nevada, for the ceremony. with Ruby Gotlchalk, commander, being named Slate Junion Activities chairman by the Department commander and also appointed delegate lo the National Convention in Buffalo, New York, in Elsie Bushing is alternate. Mrs. Thomas Hoyt. cousin of the bride, was matron of honor ana allended in a cornflower blue chiffon gown wilh a crown o[ cornflowers and a crescent bouquet lo The reception immediately fol- Mrs. Bushing, hospital chairman, i lowing the ceremony was held at Gilbert Studio, Frankfort. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES N. BUFFER, of 204 East Columbia street, Flora, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with an open house at their home Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. A 'amily dinner will be served in their honor at noon. , Esta M. Magart and Charles N. Huffer were married July 17, 1907, at Frankfort, Ind.. They have two sons, Bryan C. and Raymond ^l.^^^L^£ a ^ i ^;_^L^- -* ^'vJuon^erned^r^S^e Patesel, Del Odom Miss Ruth Wright. Unable to attend and also but sending reported on Ihe recent party held for the veterans at the stale hospital and announced the next parly for August 31. Several members ara planning to attend the Lafayette Day at Soldier's Home Sunday, August 4lh. There will be a covered dishlK° wanna the Winnetka home of Ihe aunt and uncle of Ihe bride, Mr. and Mrs. Berncr. The grounds were decorated with garden flower arrangements. A buffet breakfast was served. Dr. Hines is a graduate of Ihe school, the Univcr- gifts were Mrs. Frank Elmlinger, Anna Powell and Delores Rombold. 4-H Club News The Do-or-Die 4-H club met recently at the home of Bonnie Wilson. The meeting wa Jimmy and Marion Huft'er. Two sons died in infancy. No invitations have been issued for the reception but all friends and relatives are cordially invited to 'attend. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) yellow jose corsage while the! Senior Scouts who also assisted in groom's molhor attended in a I Ihe units' kitchen and with special dress of blue and wore pink ac- 1 projects. cessories and a pink rosebud corsage. • Following the ceremony a reception honoring the newiyweds was held at the home of the bride's parents with approximately 15'0 guests attending. The serving table, centered wilh * four tiered cake, was covered with a white clolh wilh an over- The slaff for Tuesday: Mrs. George Thomas, camp director. Assistant direclor, Miss Sandy Carver. Purchasing agent, Mrs. John Mcllwain. Crafts, Mrs. Mary Emmord. Cooks, Mrs. Bessie Rush and Mrs. Kate .Roberts. Nurs6: Miss Edna Avery. Nursery, Mrs. Victor Underwood. Counsel- Mrs. Terry Wilson, Mrs. Husband and Wife Jailed as Bandits SEYMOUR (UP) — Curtis Checkles, 26, Chicago, and his wife, Mayac, 28, were caplured •by authorities in Bedford, Ky., late Tuesday shortly after a Crothersvilie grocery was robbed of $2,000. Police said Checkles admitted the robbery and agreed to waive extradition to Indiana. Checkles walked Into the grocery, bought .same supplies and tooted an open safe when the manager's attention was diverted, police said. He had $1,428 on him when • arrested. skirt of tulle edged with a ribbon' Charles Sharp, Mrs. Don Winler, scallop caught with bows of while. Hostesses for the occasion were Miss Jean Coffing, Moss, Miss Mirdza Miss Betty Adamkovics, Miss Paula Funkhouser, cousin of the bride and Mrs. Betty Young. To their trip to Florida, Ihe bride wore a navy shantung sheath dress with while accessories and a while orchW. They' will establish residence south of Twelve Mile upon their return. The bride, a graduate ol Melea ( high school, will complelc Nurses training at the Indianapolis General hospital this coming year. Her husband, a graduate of Auburn High school and Purdue University, is leaching Agriculture in Ihe Metea High School. Mrs. Douglass Ballard, Mrs, Don- aid Sayger, Mrs. Duane Hodges, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Walter Collins, Mrs. D, D. Douglass, Mrs. George Webb, Mrs. Forrest R. Kniesley, Mrs. W. S. Hamilton, Mrs. Royce Rose, Mrs. Phyllis Dibble and Mrs. Virginia Phersoa. SOCIETY Paix club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Elmer Girton, 1109 High strecl. SPRINKLE HECNION The annual Sprinkle reunion was held Sunday at Riverside park With a basket dinner at noon. Accordion music was furnLs'hed by Mrs. Floyd Wright. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Davis and son, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Eick, Mr. and Mrs. George Sp-ln- kle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Bick and sons, of Walton; iMrs. Edith Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright and children, Lansing, Michigan; Mrs. Gladys flask- ell, Mrs. Pauline Black and Mr. and Mrs. Paul liidenour, city; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ridenour, Tjafayetle; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepjer, Larry, Gregory and Dallice Doiiat, Peru; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Commcr- ford and children, Mrs, Anna Freeman, Bunker Hill; Mr. and 'Mrs. Junior Hipskind an[l children, Freemont. -Also Richard Bossing, Melody Burrous, Martha Recce and Diane Sweet. • LOGANSPORT'S COMPLETE AWN5NG CENTER • Canvas • Fiber Glass • Aluminum FREE ESTIMATES THE GRAY-MILL CO. 1302 E. Bdwy. Phone SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday 6 p.m.—Washington township Circle 3 HD club, Spencer park. 6:30 p.m.—Shrine Ladies, Nobles, Shrine club. 7:30 p.m.—Worthwhile HD 'club, Mrs. Lillian McGlintock. 7:30 p.m.—WSCS, Anoka Melhodisl church, basement. -#— Thursday All-Day—Pleasant Valley Ladies Aid, church annex. Noon—Naomi Circle, Wheatland avenue Methodist church, at church. ,,. 1 p.m.-Jefferson HD club 2, LaH^CafhWic Personal Mr. and Mrs. Charles May, formerly of Logansport, are Ihe parents of twin daughters, Nancy Lou and Barbara Lou, born June 12 in a hospital in Palo Alto, Calif. The mother is the former Joan Keller. They reside at Los Altos., Calif., south ot San Francisco Bay. , following dates were announced: July 10—judging at 11 a.m.; July 15— judging at the Wh.oatUind avenue church, all junior girls at 9 a.m., senior giris in clothing 3, D a.m., clothing 4, 10 a.m., 5 and up, 11 a.m. D. Of I.'s Convene A short business meeting was held Tuesday evening by the Daughters ot Isabella with Stella .Stukofski, regent, presiding. A let Cicolt school. 1 p.m.—Shrine Ladies, Shrine club. 1:30 p.m.—Clay township HD club, Spencer park. 2 p.m.—Lucerne Presbyterians Wo• men's Society, Mrs. May Jones. held in Philadelphia November 2025. ' PERMANENT SPECIAL Complete with J/ Shampoo, Set & Cut $ 5 LaBELLE BEAUTY SHOP Cliff Drive and Boo! St. Phone 3304 THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. Reed, Interiors 217-llth St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GUTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES KILLED IN CRASH ROME CITY (UP) - Nick George, 17, Rome City, was killed Tuesday night when a pickup truck he was driving .went out of control and skidded o*( a Noble County road west of here. dinner and the members will visit the veterans in the afternoon. The local unit will furaish en- lerlainment. Verladine Taylor, Americanism chairman, gave a short lalk on (he sky of Notre Dame. University of Illinois and Northwestern. He is a surgeon practicing in Chicago where he is associated with Wesley Memorial hospital. The bride Is a graduate of Ima- establishment of the Constitution ciilalc high school and Catholic and the Declaration ot Independ- i University in Washington, D.C. Doris Taylor won the cloor prize. The next meeting will be August 12th. WALTON RAINBOW GIHLS Wallon Rainbow Assembly No. 48 held ils regular business meeting Monday evening at the Masonic hall. Beulah Hall look church allend- ancc, and it was announced lhal the mother-daughter be held July 29 at supper will the Walton Christian church parsonage. .Balloting was held- for Judith Thompson and two petitions were read. The chair prize was won by Dixie Klepinijer. The next meel- 1 ing is July 22. The coup'.e departed for a we* ding Irip lo Colorado Springs, and upon their return will be at home at 191 East Walton Place, Chicafio. Among llio out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hines, of Las Vegas; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hirsch and Mrs. John Polriy. Lo- gansporl; Mrs. Don Kunlz, Washington, D.C.; Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Coslcllo, and Dr. and Mrs. J. P Costello, Jr., of St. Louis, Mo.; John Meyer, New York City; Kd Coxlollo and Mrs. Ki\ Taylor, Michigan City; Mrs. Ada Meyer, South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. James Berncr and daughters, Huntington, West Virginia. Read the Classified Ads "Sure glad I saw my DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse SALE STARTS THURSDAY, JULY llth Summer Sale BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY All SHOES AT LESS THAN COST TOWN AMD COUNTRY CASUALS. . .$6.80 FLATS. . .$5.80 ONE TABLE FLATS Values to $7.95 Now. . .$2.95 CARMELETTES VITALITY AND TOWN AND COUNTRY DRESS STYLES Regular $12.95 and $11.95 Now. . .$8.80 WOMEN'S FLORSHEIM SUMMER STYLES $4,95 MIRACLE TREAD DRESS STYLES AND WEDGIES Reflukir $9.95 Now. . .$6.80 One Table Women's Black and Blue Meih DRESS SHOES AND WHITE LINEN PUMPS Values to $15.95 Now. . .$3.95 ALL MEN'S SUMMER STYLES AT REDUCED PRICES ii H n.ii t; My'Ply mouth dealer gave me a real good deal! Said he could 'afford,'to since he's having such a great year. Said he's giving the best deals of the year right now. See him and you'll be as happy as I am!" See your p LY MOUTH DEALER- QUICK! PRICES GREATLY REDUCED On All Children's Cf\ Wear . -~^? SIZES FOR ALL! GIRL'S Infant- to Size 14. BOY'S Infant to Size 7 MARY'S CHILDREN'S SHOP OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9 P.M. Corner Pe«rl it Market Phone 28S4

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