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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 10, 1957
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Bht Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Burrows HD club will meet at the home of Ethel Fross Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Hazel Penn, Louanna Jessup and Dorothy Sherman will assist. , _ rV _ The Hand-in-hand circle, King's Daughters, will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ada' Everson, 20 Seybold street. There will be a white elephant sale. —k- The 20th Century class of the Broadway Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church parlors wilh Mrs? Leona Parker, Mrs. Eva Seybold and Mrs. Grace Mendenhall as hostesses. Lincoln circle No. 1, Ladies of the GAR, will hold services for Mrs. Carrie Dust tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the funeral home. Chase and Miller Jefferson township HD clubs No. 1 and 2 will hold a joint meeting Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Lake Cicott school. Dr. Mashmeyer speaker. be the guest The Wide Awake class of the Mrs. Helen Isaacs, 224 W. Linden, was hostess to the Wednesday evening meeting of the Progressive Home Demonstration club with the club creed and pledge to the flag opening, the meeting. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Agnes Rehwald and the song of the month given by Leona Holt. Program planning was held and the lesson given by Mrs. Helen Isaacs and Mrs. Sharon Conn on New Drugs. Prizes in contests went to Mrs. Pat Arrone, and Mrs. Nell Boyer and the door prize was awarded to Agnes Skelton. Refreshments were served to the 15 persons attending. The next meeting will be July 3rd at 1705 High street. -£A Father and Son banquet will be held Wednesday nigiil, 6:30 p.m. at the Ninth Street Christian Church with a program following the supper. , The program includes: vocal numbers by Joseph Huffman, a SWARTZLANDER-MOROCK NUPTIALS REPEATED AT BROADWAY CHURCH The Broadway Methodist church was the scene Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock of a wedding ceremony when Miss Carol Lynn Swartzlander and Carl Eugene Morock were united in marriage by the Reverennd Raymond P. Echols. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swartzlander, of 804 Race street, and the bridegroom is the son ot Carl J. Morock, of 912 West Miami avenue. The rites were read before a background of yellow gladioli and pink carnations and branched candelabra. David Dunwoody served as soloist and Mrs. Wilmer Flory 'as organist for the rites. the use of guns in several sports. A first aid demonstration by the members of the church's Boy Metea Baptisl church will meet at Sc°"t Troop 5 will also be given. A committee has planned decorations for Ihe banquet which will be served by the Christian Women's Fellowship. Tickels may be secured by phoning the church office, 3332, by Tuesday a.m. The commiltee in charge consists of Joseph Sampler, chairman, Bernard Lowes and Amiel Sailors. the church Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial home. The Worthwhile HD club will meet with Elizabeth Harnash, 2014 Spear streel, Wednesday evening al 7:30 o'clock. Roll call will be answered wilh "where I went on my honeymoon". The Cass county chapter of Ihe American War Mothers will meet with Mrs. Sarah .Julian, 1930 East Market street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Crusaders class of the Ninth street Christian church will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of the teachers, Mrs. Arthur Amos, route 2. Charity Division 4, GIA Ladies, will meet Thursday noon for a covered dish dinner at' the AFL hall. Members are asked to bring table service. The committee includes Fern Weaver, Stella Bell, Celia Brindlty and Harriell Snell. Women of St. Paul's Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Drena SpiUnogle. The thank offering will be taken. Roll call will be anwstred with a Bible verse containing Ihe word, "water." -i(The regular meeting of the Mothers of World War 2, Unit 18, was held Friday evening at Memorial home with presidenl, Elsie Bushing, in charge. Chaplain Hazel Campbell opened the meeling wilh prayer. Roll call and the secretary- treasurer reporls were given by Kayna Berg and Elizabeth Harnash. Committee chairmen reported an follows: Naomi Douglas, membership chairman, requested ail members to pay their dues; Mae Porter, Americanism chairman, spoke on Communism and its dangers. MemberH reported attending Memorial day services. An invitalion was read to attend the second district convention Thursday at Walton. The morning session begins at 11 a.m. with a luncheon at noon followed by an aflernoon session. Twelve local members are plan ninf.; to allend. Quarterly contribution.") were made to the four stale veterans hospital)!. Florence Gangloff, social chairman, named Bertha liurk to serve as chairman for the next meeting, Juno 21. Washington lownnhip Circle 3 HD club will meet Wednesday evening at f) o'clock with Belly Goltshail. The lesson will be on quick anc easy meals. Hull call will he an- Hwcred with a pel peeve. The Golden Age Club closed thi year's activities wilh a dinner meeting Friday noon with approximately 50 ladies attending. Mrs. Harriel Fornythc, president, presided over Ihe rnecling featuring installation of lh« new officer." with Mrs. It. J. Morrical in charge Installed were Dollie McCloskey president; Mrs. Mamie Castle vice-president; Mrs. Adah Hedriek second vice-president; Mrs. Anna Duckworth, secrelary and Marit JJennell, treasurer. Assisting wilh the meeting and iii.'itallallun were Mrs. 11. Melznor executive secretary of the Y.M.C.A and Mrs. Goldie Wright, houut mother. Mrs. Chester Boatman took charge of the entertainment durlnj, which time Mrs. Harriet l'''ornylh< was thanked for her succeswfu year being president of the group imjiiuui.:> uy uvseuii fiuLiiiiau, a> , , . , „,„(„„„ devotional presented by C.-Gilbert! Atlendmg the bride as malron- Smith -and a sound film, "Shooting: °^onor was her ? f er ' Mrs,. And Fire Arms!" which illustrates Harold Masters Bridesmaid was Anna Louise Roberts, cousin of the groom and junior bridesmaid, Diana Lynn Masters, niece of the bride. Donald Shelhart, of 313 W. Market street, uncle of the-groom, was best man and ushering were Jacfc Babb, of Lake Cicolt and Raleigh Guy, of Loganspoft. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selecled for her The Boone Demonstralion township club . of Home Royal . Center sponsored a party for Veterans of Ward 16 at Marion Hospital Friday evening, providing refreshments and entertainment. During the evening a panlo- mine was given by Mrs. Shirley Terin entitled "Doing It the Hard Way," and accordion solos were rendered by Sandy Amick. Atlending from the Demonstra- lion club were Florence Maslcrs, Lola Hollis, Sue Bridge, Mary Berkshire, Hazel Sparks, Florence Full/, Susie Brown, Annabelle Small, Opal Minthorn, Eileen Small, Wilma Morphet and Ihe 3ted Cross group, Kale Giffen, Peg Kantzer, Libby Smith, Boots Radke and Betly Dcnsborn. The Red Cross has expressed apprecialion to Ihe Iheir sponsorship. firoup for The Deer Creek Home Demonstration club mel Wednesday afternoon al the home of Veronica Plank. Mary Peter, presidenl, opened the rnccling with poem, "The Hoosier Almanac." The flag salute was led by Emma Arnthauer. FORMER Class Of 1907 To Make Final Plans For June Reunion Local members of the Logansport high school graduating class of 1907 will meet tonight at the home of Florence Jay, 1328 North street, to make final plans for the 50-year class reunion June 16. Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. on the 16th at fieri Hur Motel and dining room and during the afternoon the class will visit the scfiool adminislration building at 7th and Broadway, which was the high school in 1907, and also the present high school building at 13th and Broadway. During the afternoon open, house will be held for friends and former students to visit with the class members. Response from members has been For All Occasions GREETING CARDS "that nay what you want to any" H I A T T ' S NEXT TO LOGAN 1'HEATKE Emma Amlhaucr and Veronica 'lank sang a number. There was ;roup singing of "Tell Me Why." ievolions were given by Hazel dorgan, and all repeated tho Cord's Prayer. Program planning for the next 'ear was discussed and reports m this year were given by May Jaldwell. There were two new members Mrs. Sulllc and Mrs. Caldwell, and me guesl, Mrs. Ella Crockelt. Gladys Jump won the door prize -lelen Ennin and Ha/el Morgan gave the lesson on new drugs. Al repeated the Mizpah benediction n closing. ' Refreshments wcrt lerved, with hostesses being Veron. ca Plank and Naomi Plank, wedding a wedding 'gown of while Schiffi embroidered tulle with a chapel length Irain falling over a slip of salin. The filled bodice featured Ihe Iradilional long tapered sleeves and a deep V off-thc-shoulder neckline oul- linod wilh appliques of sequin and pearl trimmed flower pelals. Her fingertip length veil was of imported illusion falling from a sculptured cap of Chantilly lace and pleated tulle. She carried a white Bible topped with pale pink roses. Identical gowns of crystallette were worn by Ihe bride's altend- anls featuring ballerina length skirts and were of princess style fealuring scalloped necklines and empire waisls, accented with a panel of pleated cryslal- letle al Ihe sides. The malron .of honor wore a lilac gown and the bridesmaid, pink. A yellow gown with a lilac sash was worn by the junior bridesmaid. All carried colonial bouquets. A white linen sheath dress embroidered in shades of pink and rose was worn by the bride's mother with white accessories and a corsage of white and red carnations. The grandmolhers, Mrs. William Morock and Mrs. I'illie Gordon wore blue flowered lrcss.es with red carnation corsages. at- Ihe out-of-town reported as gratifying and several are planning to attend who have not been to Logansport for a number ot years. There were 47 graduates of the 1907 class as compared with 201 in the class graduating June 5th. In 1907 the exercises were held in the Dolan Opera House which was located on the southwest side of Third and Broadway. Graduates Guests Of Sigma Phi Gamma A tea was served for girl graduates of the local high school Sunday afternoon by the Sigma Phi Gamma sorority at the YWCA with Mrs. Allen Sauors, pai.rone.ss, and Mrs. Blanch Morris, sorority mother, presiding at the tea sc-rv- Monday Evening, June 10, 1957. AROLYN COBLE PLEDGES TROTH TO WILLIAM H. RAMMELL AT ROCKFIELD Miss Carolyn Coble and William a black and white sheath dress Hunter Rammell were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Rockfield Presbyter- an church with the Reverend E. E. Coleman officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Coble, of route 3, Delphi, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Bessie Rammell, of Kokomo. Palms, candelabra and baskets of yellow gladioli and mums provided a setting for the ceremony. Miss Elspeth Sutherland was organist and played several selections. Mrs. Clarence Zak, of Lafayette, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Benton Bowles, of Peru, and Miss Mildred Gize, of Kokomo. William Lawson, of with matching accessories and an orchid corsage from her biidal bouquet. Following a motor Irip to California, the couple will be at the home at 712 South Union street, Kokomo, after July 1. Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of Indiana University and teachers at the Elwood Hayne.5 school in Kokomo. Miss Shirley Lantz Fall Bride-Elect Of Robert Kreuzberger Miss Shirley Lantz, daughter of Mrs. William H. Lantz of 19 West Linden Avenue, and the late Mr. Lantz, will be married September 7th to Robert Kreuzberger. Jr., ice. The tea table was decorated with an arrangement of pink mscs ar,d lighted tapers. Music was presented by Mr.s. Cassias Pohlman Studio (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) MRS. RAY ALLEN OWEN was I gown was a pink chiffon cummer Miss Sue Ann Winn prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon at the Bruadway Methodist Can- and Mrs. M.arcclla GarroU.jchurch with the Reverend Paul Tiie committee included Missj,Jump officiating at the rites at Evelyn Polric, chairman, Mrs.' Paul Shanks, Mrs. Herman Loner, Mrs. Hugh Skinner, Mrs. Charles Erickson and Mrs. Carl MeWil- District 2 War Mothers To Meet Mother* of World War' 2, DIs trict No. 2, will hold a mtc-tinji a the Walton Legion home Thursday with registration from 10 to 1.1 a . An executive board .session wll hi; he-Id before the muullng" i scheduled -to begin at II a. m The way« and means commltte will conduct an auction sale. Mem bcrs aro anked to bring an item to sell for the district. Give Dad a lift on Day with one of our cheery carclt that tell him that he's "topi." Chooso now from our wide selection of POP- ular winnersi WATT'S Next to logon Theatre Approximately 150 guenls .ended the reception held in church featuring a four tiered wedding cake topped with a mln- ature brido and groom beneath an archway of pink roses. Fruit punch was also served. for the occasion wore MIso Pat Smith, Mis.s Carole Jane .Jacol, Mrs. Kunnull Leonard: MisH Barbara Schaffer and Minn Carolyn Braden, itislor of the groom, For their northern wedding trip the bride wore a nylon drewu of while and aqua with a cor»uK<! from her bouqeut and whita ac- ccsnorieti. The bride, employed at Logansport Metal Culvert, in u 1U5« graduate of the local hlgl: school and her hunbund, also a local graduate, IK employed al Logansport Spring company. Upon their return they wil reside at latS'A High street, Lo ganwporl, Ind. DOUHU3 IX)SH SIOUX FALLS, S.U.— An uudi of the Mlnnehaha County Irons urer'a office showed un $fl,0(X shortage. The audit.cost $0,1.00. Lams. The sorority's now members entertain at a party tonight it 8 o'clock at the YWCA. Mcm- >ers arc asked to dress informal- Dinner Meet Held 3y Builders Class The Builders class of the Broadway Methodist church met Sunday oon for a bi-monthly meeting at he church wkh Reverend Ray nond Echols offering grace be;»re the dinner which was < oyed by 'M members and six guests, A former member of the class now. residing in Arizona, Mrs. chal, w.us a guost. Following Ji/e meat, hymns were sung with W.r. Canfk'ld at tlic piano. Tom Kcuras gave the devotioM. Mr. Canfield, president, wan In charge of the business meeting. SccTXtory-tPeuaurer reports wore given. The meoling'' closed with prayer. Mrs. Nels. Onea! College Graduate Mrs. NC!H Onciil, this format LorcUu Pwrone, daughter of Miami Mrs. William Pcrronc, 11 M) JSrle avenue, wus graduated Kun- 'day evening from IntJlunu Slate Teachers college nt Terrc Haiile, She- received a Bachelor of Science degree during the outdoor Commencement exerelHcs on Iho cumpuH lawn. Mrs. Onoal IH t> member of G-umrna Phi Bola nor- orlty and IH u 10KI graduate of i! local high school. 2:30 o'clock. The double ring ceremony united in marriage the.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Wlnn, route 1, Lucerne, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Owen, of Avillc, Indiana. Baskets of white gladioli and branched candelabra -banked the altar where the couple repealed thoir vows. Mrs. Gall Cree, Lucerne, accompanied Miss Barbara Berkshire, soloist, when she sang "0 Promise Me", "The Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer". Ml«s Ann Bryic, of Fort Wayne, attended the bride as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Annlllie Good, Ilossvillq, and Miss Jane Myers, Hushville. Flower girl and ring bearer were cousins of Ihe bride, Miss .''atrlcia Wlnn and Kenny Wayne icrkshire. Lee Owen, of Albion Indiana, served his cousin as besl man, and Robert VanGorder, )rolher-in-luw of the bridegroom, waw groomsman. Ushers were. Bobby Venn and James Mol/.ler jolh of Fort Wayne. Given in marriage by her father ihis bride was lovely In a gown <)1 .alfeta topped with embroklera tulle featuring a fitted empire ho dice, a crown neckline of crysla pleated tulle and long tapering sleoves. The bouffant skirt of tullo cascaded Into a brush train. HIM fingertip voil of Illusion was secured to a crown of orange blossoms and pearls. She curried u white Bible Lopped with a white orchid and baby breath. Her single Ktrnnd of pearls was a gift of thu bridegroom. The muld of honor worn a foul- lerlnu-length gown of cunil chiffon over taffeta denlgncd with a bouffant skirt, sleeveless bodlcu and squm-0 m-okllne. Highlighting the )und and sash. The bridesmaids and flower girl Cily, was best man, and ushers were Jerry Renshaw, of Kokomo, and Dr. James Hall, of Oak Park, Illinois. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a ballerina-length gown of imported Chantilly lace fashioned wilh a low neckline and long sleeves. The bodice also featured a silk taffeta midriff wilh panels down the back of Ihe bouffant skirl. Her fingertip veil was secured to a heart-shaped lace cap trimmed with seed pearls he carried a cascade bouquet of vhite phalenoppis orchids. The bridal attendants were iden- ically dressed in gowns of organdy over taffeta of mint green styled wilh Iwo lone mini green and gardenia green cummerbunds. Their leadbands were of feathered carnations on a velvet base. They carried cascade bouquets of lemon yellow carnations, the malron of lonor's being of a deeper tone. Thu mother of the bride selected a blue silk print dress witli pink accessories and a corsage of while roses while Ihe bridegroom's mother chose a blue nylon mesh dress wilh beige accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. A reception was held at Ihe church for 250 guesls following Hit ceremony. The three tiered wedding coke was lopped wil.li a minia. lure bridal couple and based will son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreuzberger of route 4, Logan- Hartford j sport. Miss Lantz was graduated from the local high school in 1054 and attended Indiana Business College. She is employed by Kreuzberger's Jewelry Store. The prospective bridegroom graduated from the local high school in 1953 and is a 1957 graduate of Purdue University School of Science. He is a member of Kappa Sigma social fraternity. FREIGHT DERAILED TERRE HAUTE (UP) — Three cars of an easlbound New York Cenlral Railroad freight train were derailed along the banks of Wabash River late Friday. No one was injured, but a cargo of government grain consigned for export rolled down a sleep embankment. coral gowns of light pink with cummerbunds and sashes slyled identically to the maid of mnor's. All the attendants wore while lace hats and carried bouquets of pink and coral carnations. The flower girl carried a basket of osebuds and wore a floral headpiece. The mother of the bride chose a light pink linen dress wilh while accessories, while Ihe bridegroom's mother selecled a dusty rose dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages ot while carnations. Following the ceremony, 2001 guests attended Ihe receplion al Ihe church basement which was decorated In a pink and coral motif. The serving table was centered wilh a pink and white three tiered wedding cake topped wilh a miniature bridal couple. Hostesses were Miss Pal Coleman, of Greunsburg; Miss .Jotly Hempfllng, Indianapolis; Miss Jiiyne Jones, Lucerne. Mrs. Dorothy Owens and Mrs. Dorothy VanGorder assisted Ihe couple In open- Ing their gifts. For traveling Ihe bride selected a cnllon chiffon dress of pink trimmed in red with white accessories and Ihe orchid from her bridal bouquet. Following llielr return from n Houlhern wedding trip, Ihe couple will reside »l nil! North Jefferson street, Bloomlngton, Indiana, and In the full will reside nt 310 Mechanic Hired. In Fort Wnyne. The bride Is a gradimle of Ihe Lucerne high school and Bull State Teachers college where she wns a member of Delia /eta sorority. She is a kindergarten teacher in a Fort Wayne school. Her husband, a graduate of the Arvllla high school and Imllimn University, also is a teacher in Fort Wayne, fern and flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. Rodney Piltingcr, Mrs. Rob url Elrod and Mrs. Charles llau.j Miss Donna Timmons, of Kokumo,| registered Ihe guests. ; For traveling the brido selected Let us handle ALL your Travel Needs! Tickets ••• Reservations. ijaiAtt ol| 9 emelrt$ ! \ l ffiS»«5_^^% L -— Vg& This week's feature: DR. 0. L. BRAUN f > Rug. Podlalrtil ;'.', Fool Spoclaliit !•"•, FOOT AILMENTS ; »,. Offlcot 3U North SI. ;,/. LOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 '••':' Wcdn»icluy. t Frldayt 9 to 4 <<'.' WIITERN TOURI 16 and 30-day ctcorUd, all-Bxpinie Pullman Touri la California, Inct. L.A., San Franclico, YoiamMt, Orand Can. yon, taka Loultc, Banff and Canadian RockUi. Ral» from 1500.00 plui lax, frtqutnt departure! from Chicago. CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB Logansport Branch 22fi Smith Third SI. I'll. 510K A -tolul of 1211 species of wood are found In Arkansas. THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. 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