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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 8, 1957
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faturday Evening, June 8, 1957. SOCIETY Bridge City lodge 254, L. A. "to B. 'of R. T., will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the JOOF hall for a regular business session. -*, Daughters of Isabella will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of C. hall. .A, The Pleasant Valley Ladies aid will meet all day Wednesday instead of Thursday at the church ity Fund for forty mission hospitals. Mrs. Joan Harvey, Mrs. Martha Alice Hinkle, Mrs. Edith Leech and Miss Rachel Martin composed a panel which answered questions and gave information about these four projects. Mrs. Jessie Koch and Mrs. Joan Harvey dramatized "The Vow", an episode concerning the evangelistic work ian Hospital at 1 Lahore. At the . annex. Sewing will be for Mrs. I conclusion an offering was taken, Edna Leffert. All friends and mem- u -h,ch was dedicated to these pro- bers are invited to attend. -£Diana Temple No. 30, Pythian Sisters, will meet Tuesday evening at the K. of P. hall. All mcm- bers and officers are asked to at- j ing a birthday ca_ke honoring Miss tend and be at the hail at 7 o'clock Louisa Schwalm who win be 91 tor practice. .A. ~~ W""^ All members of the Emera club going to Lafayette Tuesday are Rochester Couple Says Nuptial Vows In Church Ceremony The Grace Methodist church at Rochester was 4he scene Sunday atternoon of the marriage of Miss carried on by the_ United Christ- j p a tricia Swanson and Kenneth Blackburn with Dr. Claude Young officiating. Palms and cathedral candles provided a selling for Ihe ceremony. David Yeakley, Gresha, Bearss and Bernie Holloway seated the guests, and Mrs. Robert. Shafer, organist, played a group of bridal airs, and accompanied the soloist, Miss Julie Denton. Parents of Ihe couple are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson, 415 East Sixth streel, and Mr. and Mrs. jects. During the social hour refreshments were served to 20 members and 'two guests, "Mrs. Kenneth Brown and daughter Jean, featur- June 21st. Mrs. Reba Carter and Diane Martin shared a birthday the day of meeting. Tables .were attractively decorated with peonies and roses. asked to meet at the Masonic Temple at 6 p.m. .A, The Grass Creek E.U.B. ladies W.S.W.S. met in the home of Mrs.l" eam - . ,. h _ r-iv,,,.. wnrp „ hilWina lonfflh No meetings will be held thisj ner (atnet, wore a Danerina icngin gown of embroidered net over taffeta, fashioned with a fitted bodice, Scoop neckline and short sleeves. Harold Sommers Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Raymond Minthorn as assistant hostess. The meeting was opened with Carl Huffman leading in group singing of "For God So Loved the World" and "You Can Smile." Mrs. Florence Kistler and Mrs. Vera Huffman led in the opening prayers preceding reports. Hostesses were Mesdanr.es" Lotlie [(inkle, Catherine Hinkle, Joan Harvey, Minnie Ream and Alice summer, Ihe next meeting date being Soptombef 5th, Elide Blackburn, 600 East 13th street. John Blackburn served his brother as best man. The bride, given in marriage by Members of the Logansport Garden club will hear a talk on "Color in the Garden" by a guest speaker at their -Tuesday evening meeting to be a 7:30 p.m. in the home Mrs. Leona Thomas gave the |Street. Mrs. B. A. Barker, 2131 Spear lesson on "The Church Serves Children and Youth," with a play]et on the topic being given by Leona Thomas, Florence Thomas, Marjorie Jones, Mary Minthorn and Dorothy Huffman. An open discussion was held and prayer given by Dorothy Huffman and Mary Beehler. The service was closed by the president, Edna Applegate. Refreshments were served to the 10 members, two guests and three children attending. Mrs. Jody Byers • was hostess Thursday afternoon to members of the C. W. F. of Ihe Spring Creek Church with twelve- members, one guest and one child attending. "Fairest of Lord Jesus" was *ung by the group j n opening followed by repeating of Hie Lord'.s Prayer an:' scripture, taken from first John, by Jennie- Callender. Preceding roll call, naming fathers of the Bible, the group joined in singing "Faith of our Fathers". Margaret Moore gave the treasurer's report and Mildred Harvey the secretary's report preceding the report of three daily Bible readers and 123 chapters of the Bible read. Gertie Hall was in charge of the Mrs. Charles Weser will talk on "Color in the Home" and roll call will be answered by members on "Color in Design." Mrs. Otto Helzncr will assist the hostess. -tV- WSCS of the Methodist church of Walton met at the home of Mrs. William Berryman. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Ray Butz, Mrs. Marshall Collins and Mrs. Lester Her waltz-length veil of illusion was gathered 'to a crown of seed pearls an'd sequins. She wore mitts and carried a white orchid surrounded by carnations and ivy,, tied with white ribbon streamers. Mrs. Paul Howard, sister of the 'bride, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Ralph Curlis, Miss Doris Abbott and Miss Anetta Sharpe. They appeared in ballerina-length frocks, paste! colored, made identically with molded bodices, scooped necklines ancj short sleeves. The honor attendant cho.se orchid, an'd the bridesmaids wore yellow, aqua, and pink, respectively. They wore short white gloves and carried colorful bouquets to match their dresses. RICHARD JAMES CROZIER AND BRIDE Shirley Ann Sullivan, are resid at 41314 Thirteenth street fol lowing their marriage Friday eve- gowns. blue lace pinlc carnations. Their pearl jewelry was a gift of Ihe bride. Each wore braided headpieces matching then Sherry Lynn Holt was . . . A reception was held in Ihe so-jning, May 31, al Ihe Young Ameri_Mrs, ^ Charley Logan^ presmea. j dal rof)ms Q£ th(j church jmmc[ii . ca BaplisL churc ;. h w ith Ihe Rev-jgirl^and wore a blue dress Mrs. Ross Monlgomery opened the meeting with prayer for missionaries. During the business session, .chairmen gave reporls and a re. f h ^ program on Southeast Asia and was assisted by the group. The next meeting will be held ivilh Mrs. Genevieve Moore al Akron. The Missionary benediction was repealed in closinx and refreshments served. Mildred Harvey received Ihe door pri/.o. Mrs. Ross Dakin presided over I (he social hour. A duct, "We've A Story To Tell," was sung by .Mrs. Kussel Winings and Mrs. Kddie Snider. The Philippines was the topic- . discussed by Mrs. Snider. The meeting wa.s closed by all praying the Lord's Prayer. Luncheon was served to 16 members and three children. -#Marriage licenses were issued yesterday by county clerk, Elizabeth Bieker, li> the following couples: James Martin Cranfill of lllO'/i Spear strecl and Roberta Kallilcen Crulclifiuld of Frankfort; Everett Eugene Dillon of Deer Cm.-k and Judith Diane Muinzar i>f 1313 Market street; Jack Gordon Luck and Judy L. Bell, both of Remington; Earl M. Gusl of 1430 Treon .street and Jcanette Miles ately following the ceremony with Mrs. Wilma Richie and Miss Narma Dickson, cousins of Ihe bride, and Miss Judy Fouls and Miss Barbara Walters assisting. The couple, bolh graduales of Rochester high school, left on a wedding trip to Key West, Florida. The bi'ide wore mini green shealh dress for traveling, accented with •matching accessories and Ihe orchid from her bouquet. After June IB, tho couple will he al. home at 128 Wesl Tenth street, Rochester. erend Harry Rea officiating at the single ring ceremony at 8 o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pal-Sullivan, of 530 Eleventh street, and the bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. Cryslal Wagner, of Young America, and James Crosier, of Logansporl. —tt— Honorary members of the .Third j Mothers study club will meet with Gladys Whilcman Tuesday The Blue Ball' Women's Fellow- j of !K)G E. Broadway. zhip moeling was held in the church basement Friday afternoon with the devolional period beiri^ conducted by Mary Farmer and Constance Morrison in opening. "Faith of Our Fathers" was sung by Ihe group and responsive readings given from the fiftecnlh chapter. »/ John. , Miss Morris, gave closing prayer. I The president, Ruth Small. Officers Installed At Final Meeting Of Mental Culture Club An inslallalion of new officers featured the final meeting of Ihe fiOth calendar year of the Mental Culture club Thursday afternoon al" (he collage of Mrs. Mcrvin Wilson, Lake Shafer. A carry-in dinner was served picnic style wilh Mrs. Alma Hill and Mrs. Blanch Cochley assisting the hoslcss. Mrs. Mabel Tim- mon.s offered grace. Vacation plans were given by - 10 members in answer sort luncheon, assist, Freda Wirick will Bethlehem —,*f~ township HO club opened the business mooting wilh the secretary reporting followed by the treasurers report. Highlights of a letter received from a girl in the Philippines was read. The Logansport District Association has sent the girl fund lo help her through college. A picnic wa.s announced to be hold in August instead of June ami the August commiltec re-appointed to serve at the July meeting. A dedication was given for the Friendly Service by Opal Liickharl and the lesson, "Missions; in l/.S.A." was read by Elsie Nelson. Ruth Small reported on the Lmok, "The Church in Southeast Asia" und a Biblical contesl was hold | ^ assembly halls being enhanced with prizes going to Helen Ucrlel tnd Ruby Riiikus. Refreshments were served lo fifteen members and two children by the committee, Mildred Roll, Mary Smith and .Janet Cree. I>AV Auxiliary will meet Monday evuning al 8 o'clock al Ihe club rooms, (B9 Race street _ .-y _ Psi lula Xi will hold a business and souial meeting Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Richard Camblia, route 5. carried a basket of rose floWGl and peals Roger Phillips was ring bearer. Colbert Bell served the bridegroom as best man, and ushers were Bob Beck and Richard Samuels. The birde's mother wore a blue duster over a linen dress wilh Miss Shirley Fields Guest Of Honor At Pre-Nuptial ^Shower Miss Shirley Fields, bride-elect of Jesse Shlvely, was honored at a miscellaneous shower 'Tuesday at the Grass Creek Church basement where tables were decorated with pink, yellow and. turquoise slreamers . and white bells. Hoslesses were Nada Herrold, Janiece Herrold, Dorolhy Young, Donna Bill, Eva Wills, Dorothy Douglass, Jean St. Clair and-Sandra Fields. Assisting Ihe *bride were Sandra Fields and Dorothy Young. Refreshments of cake, ice cream and punch were served to the following guests: Carol Sue Huffman, Doris Hill, Margaret St. Clair, Mabel Hill, Vivian Crippcu and Shirley, Irene Thomas, He. r vj Bassler, Nola Douglass, Louise Bassler, Eva Moyer,; Jane, Sommers, Bertha Young, Frances Hendricksdn, Marjorie Jones and Pamela, Trella Feidner, Ersa Sommers, Charlotte Schnapf, Elaine Huffman, Judy Miller, Vera Huffman, Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tbrcs MOSHER-BROWN VOWS REPEATED IN KEWANNA RITES FRIDAY EVENING GETS SCHOLARSHIP Dorothy Huffman, Vay. Carolyn Mc- • Nancy Douglass, Neva Riemen- Schneider, Nellie Riemenschneider, Lois Miller, Sally Miller, Lula Fields, Shirley Fields, Ruth Kuhn, Mary Minthorn, Robbie Burns and Katihy, Jeri-lyn. Brown, Ruth Brown, Connie Brown, Mabel Wills, Leona Thomas, Wi'.ma Thomas, Willodean Hnescl, Irene Rouch and Carila, Jean St. Clair, Dorothy Young, Donna Hill, Nada Horrold and Micky, Janiece Iler- rold and Jessica. The altar wa.s banked with while, white accessories while the bride- and red peonies, orange blossoms,, palms and candelabra. Miss Jaync Kennel; .sang "Always," and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Miss Pal Crump, Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of lace and net over satin designed with a lace bodice, short sleeves and square neckline. The net skij't featured a diamond design in lace at the ballerina-length hemlino. Her elbow-length veil wa.s .secured In a crown of sequins. She carried a bouquet of white rnsc.s. Her pearl necklace was a gift of the bridegroom. Allen, cousin Miss Sharon Thomas were bridesmaids and Miss Alcena Sailors was maid of honor. MLss Allen wore a ballerina- Icnglh of yellow lace over satin anil carried blue carnations with yellow . .streamers, while Miss Thomas wore pink lace und carried yellow carnations. Miss Sail- Mi.ss Anna Rosa of the bride, and meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Karly. Roll call will h« answered with a special memory of father. Mrs. Getirgann Pickens and Mrs. Rose Conrad will uss-ist. —fr— ' Walton Assembly No. 08 held inspection Wednesday evening with president, opened the meeting, and devotions on . Friendship wore given by Mrs. Lena Easlerday. Mrs. Myra Gordon and Miss Frankie Kinnc man reported on Ihe Indiana Federation of Clubs convention al Indianapolis. Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Faye Johnson, secretary and troasnrre, gave their annual re- hride {)f Lec Cl . ce during a cnmMe- groom's mother .selected a dark blue suit wilh while accessories. They bolh wore corsages of white carnations. A reception was held at the church basement for 100 guests following the ceremony. The three tiered wedding cake wa.s lopped wilh a heart, Inve birds and flowers and centered the serving table which wns covered in blue and white satin. Luncheon Featured By Naomi Circle At Wheatland Church Mrs. Alice Morgan offered grace preceding the luncheon served to members of Ihe Naomi circle of Ihe Wheatland avenue Molhodisl church Thursday noon at Ihe church dining room where fables were centered wilh bowls of red and white roses. Thirty members and one guest, Mrs. Sylvia Rhoads, of Findlcy, Ohio, were served the luncheon by I the committee in charge: Mrs. Alma Whitmyer, Mrs. Sara Gal- ,\nn, Mrs. Martha Peterson, and MISS JUDY WAITE, granddaughter of Mr. and M.rs. S. C. Cassidy, of 1131 High street, was recently honored upon her graduation from Rusiiville high school by. being recipient' of the $400 Tri Kappa Memorial scholarship for 1957.. She ranked third in her class of 89 and was designated one of the stale's runnersup in Ihe National Merit scholarship competition and received the Y-Teen award. Judy is the daughter of Mr. and Miss Pauline Mosher and Richard M. Brown exchanged, nuptial vows in a double ring ceremony Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Kewanna Methodist church with the Reverend Kenneth Lucky reading the rites. The bride is the daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Mosher, of Kc- wanna, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clayton. Brown, also of Kewanna. Candelabra, palms and baskets of pink and white gladioli banked the altar. Miss Sharon Johnston was organist and played "Whither Thou Goest," "Walk Hand in Hand With Me" and "Because." Mrs. Robert Pearson, sister o£ the bride, of Providence, Rhode Island, was matron of honor, and best man for his brother was Robert Brown, of this city. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a street- length dress of white satin with 'matching accessories. She carried a while Bible topped with a white orchid. The bride's sister attended in a pink nylon eyelet dress with matching accessories and a white carnation corsage. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Mosher selected a navy lace dress wilh pink accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. The bridegroom's mother chose an aqua dress wilh white accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. A reception was held in tho church annex following the cere- Mrs. Kenneth Wailc, formerly of this city. Attending graduation exercises were Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cassidy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cassidy and family, Mr. and Mrs. mony. A three tiered wedding cake topped with miniature wedding bells was served with ice cream and pink punch. Hostesses \vero Miss Barbara Talbott, Miss Linda Ingrain and Mrs. Elmer Harris. Charles Ross and Mr, and Mrs. j Mrs . C lara Short and Mrs. Howard Robert Cooper. .Short opened the wedding gifls. (Pharos-Tribune Engravingl | The bridc js ., graduate of ihs Kewanna high school and I he In- lernalional Business college at Fort Wayne. Her husband, a gradual t» of the same high school, served two years with the US Army and is employed by the Indiana Slate HiRhway Department. Following a week's northern wedding trip, the couple will reside al Kewanna. Mrs. Naomi Douglass. The regular business Mother, Daughter Honored At Shower The Misses Connie Myers and Grace Jackson were hostesses al a stork shower for Mrs. Rodney Busard and daughter, Trudy Sue, recently al the parlors of Ihe Shi- loli Chrisliaii church. Pink and while streamers and pink and while peonies leatnred the decor for the event, attended by 54 quests. .Invited guests were: Edna Mae Busard, Trmfy Sue Busard, meeting! Nice, Fay Busard, Florence Myers, Opal Jackson, Karen Myers, 'Peggy Nice, Ruth Sell. was held with Mrs. Marjorie Personett, chairman, in charge and opened the group singing Hostesses were Miss ,7ocl1a iNl ;''- ion -'' "We Have A Story to Tell of the Buelner, Miss Peggy DoLord, Mrs. Dorothy' Allen and Mrs. Mildred Byers. For traveling the bride selected a blue .jumper with while accessories and a corsage of roses. The couple "went In Fort Wayne and are now al home. The hirde is a local hiuh school graduate and is employed by the H. W. Go.s.sard company. Her hu.s- baml is a Young America high .school pvadualo anil is employed by tho State Highway Deparlmcnl. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Mrs. Pearl Willie! m gave devotions reading the scripture lesson and giving prayer. The lesson was in the form of a radiocast'reporting from the Philippine Islands telling of the mission- Barbara Sell, Ilelhel Stevens, Kl- len Sell, Ruby Holler, Marie Smilh, Nell Tribhotl, Mary Gar- Jiollcr, Joan Barr. Norma rison, Elizabeth Gordon, Rebecca Barr, llanna Mae llanawalt, Bonnie. Hanawall, Cathalpcn Riller, Gladys Nice, Marina Jlarcly, Wilma Haderslorf, Also, Gcnevieve Hardy, Be.lty Logan, Clco Nice, Lucille Sandors, SHIRLEY EIS PLEDGES TROTH TO LEE CREE IN BURNETTSVILLE RITES Miss Shirley Eis became the ary work thai is being done there | Jessie Eiltdbcriior, Vonia Kikcl- with Mrs. Personclt as moderator. Those participating were Mrs. Lydia Boatman, Mrs, Vina Cow- Icy, Mrs. Alice Hershbergcr, Mrs. Herniece Wood and Mrs. Alice Morgan. "Jesus Shall Reign" wns sung and regular reporls given. Mrs. Elzcnc Waters ' reported on the reading course statin/? that Ihejmcrs,' Lorclla ports.' Mrs. Maymc Casl.lo installed the following new officers: Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Hill, president; Cochley, vice-president; Service Guild Meet's With Grace Kesser The Woman's Service Guild of the Wesl Broadway Presbyterian with yellow and violet hues. Aichurch met Thursday evening at Alda fiyrt, secretary; Mrs. Johnson, treasurer; reporter, Mrs. Mariu Justice; parliamentarian, larian, Mrs. Lourcc Wilson. Retiring officers thanked members for their cooperation. It will light ceremony Salurday evening June 1, al the Biirnellsvillo Baptist church wilh the Reverends John Daprad, of Delphi, and William Clarke, of Burncllsville, reading the double ring rites. The allar was banked wilh pink roses, white peonies und palms, flanked by lighLcd Lapurs in be ready by October 8. Tho meet-1 bl . anchcc | candelabra. ing was closed wllh the Mi/.pah, The Women's Circle of Union Presbyterian Church met Thurs- of the IJurneltsvllle hii'h school and has been associated wilh his father in farming. Following a week's trip lo Can- ana, Uic couple will reside at. North Manchester where the bridc will continue her studies and the bridegroom will l)e employed. Hi Neighbors Plan Topics For Lessons Program planning was the main The brido is the daughter of Mr. lf , f the . Tl)urai , ny cvon | nK and Mrs. Earl Eis, of route I,: ... , 'meeting of the Hi Neighbor home shadow box with scalloped violol glitter trim was set in a field of yellow and bouquets of violols were placed throughout the assem- Delphi, find the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Cree, of nuar.Uurncllsvilu. Mrs. Clyde Beau, orgunisl,;play- cd several selections and accompanied Mrs. Ray Adams, of Del- bly. Mrs. Grand Aldine Matron Kiingmun, ' Pasl Star day aflernoon al Hie church with I | ine'assembly Mrs. Homer Martin, president; || )( . nea ti,' tK1 a ,-d presiding. During the business mooting it was announced thai a collection of various used articles will be made for Church World Service. Members may contact Mrs. Karl I'urcell for futiier information and take- articles to her al. earliest convenience. Birthday offerings wer c given by Charlotte Martin, Louisa Sch- •walm, Agnos flitter, Frances Plummet-, Reba Carter, Lucy I'clerman, Mae SchwalnT and Diane Martin. and District Deputy N«. 5, inspect- and was escorted arch of flowers held by the girls (if the choir. Pally Beck sang lo her and Cin- ny Sturm and Sue Keplar read a poem in her honor and prcsenlcd her a gifl from Ihe assembly. Guests introduced were: Mrs. Aldine Klingman, Past Grand Matron of Eastern Star and District | Deputy No. 5; Mr. Slevin.son, Grand Lecturer of Rainbow; Mrs. Slc'venson, Grand District Deputy; Bculah Hall, Grand Choir Molher; Mrs. Lollie Hinkle, played Iwo accordion solos, "Jusus is Calling" .and "Whispering Hope." The program emphasis for afternoon was Medical Missions with Summer Offering with Mrs. Kdith Leech as leader. Her devotion theme was, "The Compassion of Christ." Th e projects of Presbyterian women in Medical Missions this year •arc: In National Missions: equip. Mrs. Zipp, Past Grand Mother Jean Brown, graodaughlor of Advisor awl .Crond Organizer; Marion Hinkle, Grand Musician; Jane Writers, Carol Craiithers, Dixie Frey, Worthy Advisors; Sue I] 10 j0rvingon, Judy Myers, Janie Price, Marian Hinkle, Shirely Lar son, Pst Worthy Advisors. Initiation was held for six proxy candidates: Kathy Ream, Barbara Cain, Pally White; Beverly Me- lirido, Sharon Townsley .and Kay Rife. The rose ceremony wa.5 . then mcnt for the Nora Valley Medi-| Riven preceding attendance taken cal Unit, project and essential by "Mom" Hall, remedical work for sluelents in Mrs. Aldine KlinRman gave commission schools. In Foreign Mis- ments on the inspection and rcclons: Improvement of plant and marks were heard from guests, equipment of the United Christian Refreshments were served to ap- Hospltat, Lahore, Pukislan, Oliar- proximal,ely' 90 people. Ihe home of Mrs. Grace Kcssorj p)]j, and Roberl M.cCain, Flora, wilh Mrs. Norma DeLaney as co- hostess. The meeting opened with lh« reading of Iho collect.' Prayer was offered by Mary Helen Sualwaoch- ter. Roll call was answered with a Scripture ver.se containing the word "planl" or "planled." Secretary-treasurer reporls were given, ond plans made lo serve lhc| HO Council luncheon July 1 al Ihe church. A luppcrware parly was planned for June 2<l at 7:30 p.m. at the church. All are ipvltcd lo ulte'nd. The missionary study was presented by Florence Pennlnglon on Malaya and Burma. Eleanor Mew- hiniicy gave the Bible study. Mite boxes were presented, and the moL'ting closed with the .Mix- pah. Contest prize went, to Martha soloists. Given in marriage by her fath- Young, served. and refreshments were SOCIAL CALENDAR J2:30 Sunday p.m. — Builders class, Broadway Methodist church, din- Ing room. 2 p.m.—Sigma Phi Gamma tea for graduates, YWCA. CAMERA .CLUll MEETS Sfcmbers of Logansport Camera cjub and guests enjoyed a, portrait oil tinting demonslration by Gracie Pohlman at the meeting Thursday evening al Ihe club-' rooms 21214 Fourth .street. The nexl .meeting is scheduled for June 20. or, Ihe bride was allircd in a | floor - length gown of embroidered nylon lace over white -crystalline. Her fingertip veil was secured to a tiara of seed pearls, and she carried a while Bible lopped with pink rosebuds. Miss Sharon Muurer, of La- Porlc, cousin of the bridc, t wa.s maid of honor, und bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Ann Kis, sister. ol' the bridc, and Miss Margaret VanOslrun, of Lafayolle. They wore Kirucl-lunijlh gowns of aqua cryslalotle. Charles Dillman, of Delphi, was best man, and ushers wore Luther Cree, 'of Chicago, David Eis, brother of Ihe bride, Paul Laprad, Delphi, and Larry Foster, of Logansport. ThiJ couple Erected their friends al a reception al the social rooms of the church following the ceremony. The throe tiered wedding cuke was- served with fruit punch from a table centered with pink roses. Assisting were Mrs. Charles Dillman, Mrs. Noble Nei- dcmnn.slralion club al Ihe hnnio of Mrs. i Imogenc LoDonnc wilh Mrs. Mary Pel rid assisting. Mrs, Margery Myers, vice-president., conduclcd Ihe program planning discussion with "UcinK a Purchasing Agent," "Seamstress' and "Home Nursing," selected as the subjects. Mrs. Pclrie gave a report on safe Miss Sue Spradling Becomes Bride Of Tom Schlegelmilch Miss Sue Spradling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen .Spradling, of lf>12 Douglas si reel, and Thomas Schlegelmilch. son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Schk'gelmilch, of route 2, Hoyal Center, were married recently at the: Methodist parsonage in Lugansport. Reverend Glen Campion officiated al the rile* which were al tended by the immediate families. Mrs. Phyllis UclapUinc was matron of honor and Richard Dillman served as best man. The bride was attired in a two- piece aqua suit accented with » corsage of pink roses. Hur attendant wore a two-piece wino-cnloroil dress wilh a corsage of whilo roses. The bride, a graduate of Ihe local high school, is employed as an institutional worker at thu Slate hospital. Her husband, a graduate of the Royal Center high .school, is bonier, Jane Eikclherncr. Shirley Shanks. Martha Leach, Francos Shanks, Zclla Prouty, Mary Myers, Joyce Rusk, Marceila Kuril/., Marjfjrie Rnss', Lois Haydc'n, Dora Busard, Ida Meyer Connie Jackson. Mary Kay McKMg, ,„„,,• ,. ., Belly McKais. Debra Ide, Mysia ^ployed by W. S. K. in this city. Nixon, .lean Smith, Betty Som- n * couplo will reside at route 2, group had 4,1195 points of credit. Mrs. /Cora Grahm was appointed to serve on the spiritual life commiUce preceding the distribution of yearly pledge cards by Mrs. Myrtle Girton. ^ Mrs, Marie Novak gave closing prayer. The next meeting of the Circle wlil be July Illh and announcement was made thai Ihe general W.S.C.S. meeting will he held Thursday evening, June Kith at 11 p.m. in the church. A good 'attendance is desired as a .special program is being planned. driving. The next meeting General Wheatland WSCS To Convene A general mooting of the WSCS of Hie Wheallar.d avenue Methodist church will be held Thtir.sdny evening at 8 o'clock at the church social room. The program will slross Ihe missionary phase of WSCS work. Speaker will be the Reverend nnil Mrs. Oscar Recs of Wabnsh. Rev flees Is minister of the Middle ;l church nl. Wa- will be! Strc ° l bash, following f'.ve years of work dieg, Plymouth; Redmon, Radnor; Miss Frances Missus Marilyn Dcmpscy, Nancy Temple and Donna Kite, of near Delphi. The brido is a gradualc of Ihe Delphi high school and is now a junior al Manchesler college where she .is majoring in speech and is a member of Tan Kappa Alpha, speech honorary .sorority. The bridegroom is a graduate a picnic al Fairvicw park .July 10 nl noon. Kadi member is nskutl lo bring a covered dish and sand-', ^i,,^ • Mrs _ Mary Mil | er o(T( , re( i ((cvo . lions al, Ihe closu of the meeting. Contests were conducted by the hostesses with pi-lues going to Mrs.| jcnl, Mrs. Dorothy Beldon, Ilarlman, Udlth Strew, Barr, Dornlhy Cli'odith Piercy, Bessie Ferguson, Helen Grclncr, Ln Willingham, Eisic Winlon and Mary Gharis. Phyllis Sanders Is August Bride-Elect. 1\1r. and Mrs. John Sanders, of route I, cily, annmtnco the en- giigement ami forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Phyllis Juan, to HohiTt II. Kaadc, sun nl' Mr. and Mrs. William Baade, route I, Miss Sanders and her fiance are graduates of the llnyal Cunter hiKh school. She Is a student al Indiana University. ;ind he in attending thu Indiana Technical college at Kurt Wayne. He. lias also served four years with Ihe U. S. Air Force. Tlje wedding will lalcn place August 1(1 a I. the Shiloh Congregational church. Royal Center. Women Of Moose Elect Officers Officers were named nt Ux» Wednesday evening meeting of the Women of the Moose :it Inn club moms with .senior rodent, Freida Gerlaeh, in charge. Ow> candidate, Jackie Ki.'iexardl, was accepted into Ihu chapter. Maxine Brown was named senior recent; Dorolhy Younkcr, junior regent ; Dorothy. Oshorn, chaplain; ami Oliire Ingram, Irensiiror. June 12 wa.s announced MS mem- borship chapler ni;;hl with lOlsle Gnsho as chairman. Initiation will also be held. A bake salo was nnnouncc.'d for Saturday. Those wishing donations picked up are asked Id call lililll or. .1100. The endowment fund nledjje wa.s taken following tho mei-lma which was closed wilh prayer. Lois Lay- prize. received the atlemlaiK'O Marilyn Hildobran and Mrs. Irene Doctor. Mrs. Blanche Sedam and Mrs, Fern Frit/, werli guesls at the meeting. Parley Hears Report Of District Meeting A report of the dfslwct mooiing al Camdon was givuri at tho Thursday evening session of the Past Presidents Parley of Ihe American Legion Auxiliary, Unit (iO, al the home of Mrs. .lack Haymaker wilh Mrs. Fairy Emmons, president, in charge. Entertaining rooms were 'decorated with fresh cut flowers. Tlie group voted to donate to the fellowship fund. A report was made on the carnatiori sale held by the War Mothers, in which the group participated. Card game prizes went to Isabelle Rammel, Agnes Shanteau, Evelyn Hinkle and Peg Ashfay. in Indin in the field of vocational education. Mrs, Roes will speak on hcr| work In the WSCS. They will .show slides and have a display of ar- liclo.s from India; This will be the first meeting with the new prcsi- in charge. PICTURED )fJ LIKE Miss Loral Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baker, 2.W7 Kast Broadway, is pictured in the current issue of Life Magazine in ,1 story about St. Mary's college, South Bend, from which Miss Baker was recently graduated. DIAL 5144 Plftaiant Hill Greanhous* SATURDAY and SUNDAY SPECIALS MER-DEL ICE CREAM BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE LIME PINEAPPLE RIPPLE BUTTER PECAN KRISP iCONOMY '/i GALLON 69c Vj GALLON QUALITY !i GALLON 89c TRY OUR film developing service In by Noon—Out by 4 p. m. Ask About Our New Sealed In Plastic Service. GET Kodak Film here, loo! BOOKS - B1BUES - DICTIONARIES 513 Eost VCATCI C Money Orders Broadway I CALCIC At Any Timo Open 9 a, m. to 9 p. m. Sunday LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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