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transport, Indiana, Fbaros-Trlbiin* SOCIETY SCHLEGELMILCH - CROCKER NUPTIALS SOLEMNIZED IN RITES AT IDAVILLE Miss Carol Schlegelmilch pledged her nuptial troth to Gordon Crock er during an impressive double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon June 30, at 'the Idaville Church ot God with the Reverend Gordon Torrence, former pastor of the church, officiating. Assisting minister was Reverend Fred Adams The couple is now residing in Adrian, Michigan, following a wedding trip. The bride is the daughter_of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlegelmilch, of Idaville, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Crocker, of Royal Center. Organist Jim Mentzer, of gansport, played several selections lor the ceremony including "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt at the altar. Gown Of Lace Escorted to the altar by her father who gave her in marriage, the bride wore a white Chantilly Jace gown over taffeta, nylon net and tulle. The bouffant tulle ruffled hoop skirt fell floor length, slightly longer in the back, and below the lace of the gown. Lace covered the taffeta of the molded bodice, the long sleeves ending in the traditional bridal points. Taffeta covered buttons fastened the sleeves and the back of the gown to the low waist line. The scalloped neckline was styled with a V front and back. She wore cultured pearl earrings as her jewelry. The veil of illusion, was fingertip-length pointed in the back and caught to a headpiece accented with pearis and sequins. Chantilly lace edged the veil. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of Amazonica lilies and butterfly rosebuds on a base of fern and nylon net. A removable corsage was tied in eyelet lovelace with a shower bow holding Sweetheart roses tied into the streamers. Mrs. Don Moody of Lafayette, . The Wide Awake class of the Metea Baptist church will hold a picnic at Spencer park after church Sunday. Seventeen members of the World Veterans Guests Of Legion Auxiliary At Riverside Picnic State hospitalized veterans were Friendship Circle met Wednesday guests of the American Legion FORMER MISS JOAN PETERS afternoon at the church parlors with Ruth Enders leading the prayer service preceding the meeting. Carrie Freeland offered devo. tions. Cash donations were allowed for medical missions, Cass county Memorial hospital fund, Gary Neighborhood House and the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Jessie Scott reported the books had been audited and found correct. An article on medical missions in the south was read by Jessie Thomason. The word "hope" was included in the verse for the day. A lesson was given by Flossie Steward. The Dorcas Division with Jessie Scott and Aletha Steffey as hostesses served a luncheon at a table centered with an arrangement of sweet peas and roses." • _£_ Robin Myers, president, was in charge of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary meeting held Tuesday evening. The opening exercises were conducted with the following pro-tem officers: Gretchen Rivers, flag State hospital committee, Mrs. Agnes Shanteau, Mrs. Peg Ashby and Mrs. Blanche Miller, Unit 60 and Walton unit 418 members at the annual picnic Wednesday at Riverside park. . Veterans were seated at outdoor tables which were centered with bouquets o£ gladiolis. Favors were cigarettes, candy 'and gum. During the dinner, Miss Dixie Frey of Walton, entertained with saxophone solos. Mrs. Bernice Settlemyre and Mrs. Lu Ann Beaman led the veterans in games and contests, followed by dancing on the pavilion. Mrs. Kdith Zeig introduced after-, noon entertainment, Roger Hargrove, who gave several accordion solos, and Kathy Coffing, Judy Klein, Mary, Becky and Barbara Greasor dressed in colorful dance costumes presented styles of tap dancing. Diane Crouse and Jane Ann Corad completed the entertainment with clever baton twirling routines. Assisting the above mentioned ladies with the food preparation were: Mesdames Francis Nickel,) Ruby Gottschalk, Marjorie. Mast, Martha Newcomb, Nell Bradfield, urir - .' guard ' Clar -|J e nnie Strantz, Wave Michael, ce Williams, conductress, and 'Mary Schmidt, Eva Kasch, Matilda color bearer, Ruth Alene Irvin. jHobson, Bess Hickman, Lillian A guest at the meeting was'Sherman and Una Rozzi of Unit June Meth, Auxiliary 2561, of Mt. ?leasant, Iowa. Announcements were made that he second district meeting will be held August llth at Fowler, Indiana, and that the National En- matron of honor, wore a tea rose campment will be August 25-30 at chiffon waltz length frock, fashion-1 Miami, Florida. Reported ill were ed with long empire shirred waist, square neckline in front, with V in the back, and wide shoulder straps. Miss Nancy Chapman of Deer Creek and Mrs. Joan Wallace of Springfield, 111.-, were the bridesmaids. They were gowned in style identical to the matron of honor. Miss Chapman in maize and Mrs. Wallace in blue. The attendants wore earrings, gifts of the bride. Cascade Bouquets The attendants carried cascades of asters dyed to match their gowns, of teel blue, tcabcrry rose and maize yellow. Rose corsages topped the designs and a shower •bow of satin streamers, each matching the dress, based the bouquets. Hair trims were velvet bands holding clusters matching the bouquets. Paul Hcaley of Royal Center, was the best man and groomsmen Viola Knoie and Jessie Isles. A baby card was signed and sent to Jessie Culp. The Junior Girls meeting was announced for July 15th by Virginia Spurgeon and Ann Hayworth reported on the booth that the post and auxiliary will have at the Fair. The resignation of honor guard Ethel Prentice was accepted and announcement was made that the nomination and election of conductress and guard will be .held the first meeting in August. The trustee audit report was read by Ann Hayworth. The next meeting will be held July 30th with Laura More-house, Charlene Davis, Dorothea Morehead and Marie Winn as hostesses. Laura Morehouse won the door prize. GO and Mrs. Margaret Hammond, Judy and Randy Hammond and Mrs. Virginia Sprinkle of Unit 418. Eugene Darby and Carl Lueb- zert, State Hospital Recreational directors, headed the personnel of the State Hospital in supervising the selection of veterans for this "away from hospital" recreational period. Veterans who were unable to leave hospital were taken treats from the Auxiliary. Peppy Peppers 4-H and ushers were Charles M.iQuest Of Cloy HD Campbell of Logansport and Larry j Pcppy Peppcrs WJ7 c]ub mot McKinley of Denver, Ind. Mrs. Schlegelmilch chose for her daughter's wedding a light navy lace dross with pink and white accessories and Mrs. Crocker wore a beige lace frock over beige taffeta. Her accessories were beige. The corsages worn by the mothers were shoulder sprays of pink delight rosebuds. Mrs. Mamie Schlegelmilch, grandmother ot Carol, appeared in a blucish gray taffeta dress and her corsage was of white roses tied in silver and orchid. Those registering the guests wore Sharon Andrews, Marlene Smith and Joan Torrence. Those serving at the reception which followed were Mrs. William Andrews of Monticello, aunt of the bride, who had made the three tier wedding cake, and also cut the cake, also Mrs. Wiley Smith, Mrs. Don Roach, Mrs. David Goodnight and Mrs. Edna Capper. The reception assistants were presented carnation corsages tied with net and ribbon of the bride's chosen colors. Mrs. Crocker was a graduate of the Idaville bigh school, class of l'J55, attended Indiana university one year and was a secretary in the liBM office in Logansport prior to her marriage. Mr. Crocker is a graduate ol the. BurneUsville high school with the class of 1954. He is a telegrapher with the Wabash Railroad at Adrian, having taken his telegrapher's schooling at Loganspurt and Montpelier, Ohio. From LoganBport Out of town quests attending the wedding and reception were: Mr, and Mrs. Clay Shanks ->t Flora; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowe of Burrows; Mr. and Mrs. Marion McMullen, Mrs. Earl McMullen and Minnie, Mr. and Mrs William Andrews and Sharon, Mrii. Carl Capper, Karen and Sharon, Mrs, Jo Movvrer, Lynnctte and Jim, all of Monticello; Judy Clark, Marsha Frick, Mr. and Mrs. E. Clark, Susan Clark, Mrs. Lena Sauers, Mrs. Mary Clark, Mrs. Eleanor Grace, Mrs. Lorotta Frick, Mrs. Fred Nethercutt and girls, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Willis and family, Jeanne Minneman, Roger Sisson and Bess Alexander, all of Logansport; Mr. and -Mrs. James T. Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Don Tor- rcneo, Mr. and Mrs. Don Moody, all of Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schlegelmilch, of Homewood, III., Mr. and Mrs Everett Chapman and sons and Miss Nancy Chapman of Deer Creek; Mr. and Mrs.-Doran G. Wallace of Springfield, 111., Anita DonaldsM, of Miami, 'Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schlegelmilch, Miss Carolyn Bird, Mrs. Mamie Schlegelmilch, Mr. and Mrs Orville Schlcgelmllch, all of Royal Center. Thursday afternoon at Spencer park as a guest of the Clay township home demonstration club. Tie meeting was called to order by the president and devotions were given by Susan Lindley and pledge to the flag was led by Rosemary Fclker, Penny Kitchcll led the group in singing. Regular reports were given included the secretary, health and safety and treasurer's reports, ar.d a demonstration was presented by Bonnie Kitchcll on "Sewing for Chubbies. Awards were given members who had not missed a meeting and also' to Bonnie and Penny Kitchell for the best senior and junior demonstrations for Ihu yuar. The meeting adjourned with the singing ot "Goodby Ladies." Carolyn Sue Morley Autumn Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. Anr/.ie Morley, of Flora,- announce the engagement of 'their daughter, Carolyn Sue, to Joseph W. Bordncr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cloo, of Greenwood. Miss Morley is a graduate of the Flora high school and is employed at the Noble Pharmacy. She Is a member of Delta Theta Chi sorority at Flora, Her fiance is a graduate r>f the same school and served with the Armed Forces for two years. Ho Is engaged in farming. Tho couple will be married September 15. Read the Classified Ads Bethlehem Club Entertains 4-H The Bethlehem township home demonstration club entertained the 4-H girls and their mothers Wednesday afternoon. Accordion numbers wore presented by Roger Hargrove, dancing numbers by Kalhy Coffing. Judy Klein, Mary Becky and Barbara Greason while baton (iwirling was done by Dianna Crou.se and Jane Ann Conrad. Mrs. Lillian Crist opened the meeting with pledge to the flags led by Mrs. Gcorgiann Pickens and devotions given by Mrs. Virginia Grain. Mrs. Crist read the history of the song of the month in the ob- sence of the song leader and membera answered roll call • -by naming their favorite picnic dish. A lhank-you card was rend'from Mrs. Eva Graucl. Mrs. Myrtle Champ reported on the club trip to be taken this fall to South Bend, naming points of interest, and a report of Ihe party hold recently tor the Marion Veterans was given by Mrs. Virginia Grain. The meeting closed with the club creed. Announcement was also made thai the group would' be entertained! by the' Eel township club July Kith. Members will be contacted. Ice croam, punch and cookies were served by Mosdames Ethel Reed, Kdilh Zclg and Margaret Horn. Miss Judy McKinley Engaged To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. McKinley, of rwite 5, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy, to Charley A. Smelscr, Jr., son ot Mr. and Mrs. Charley Smolsor, route 1, Galveston. Miss McKinley is a graduate of the Twelve Mile high school with lhe class of 1.P56 and is employed at Die I!BM Manufacturing company in this city. Her fiance was graduated from the Tipton township high school with the class of 1950, is employed at the Continental Steel company in Kokomo and is engaged in farming. Rabess-Burgman Studio. MRS. DWIGHT B. LEONARD, JR., was Miss Joan Peters prior to the couple's marriage Wednesday, July 3, at the home of the; Reverend Raymond Skelton who officiated at the rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Eli M. Peters of route 6, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Edyna Leonard, of Kokomo, and Dwight B. Leonard, Sr., of Radcliff, Kentucky. The 'bride was formerly employed as a receptionist at the Rabess- Burgman Photography Studio. The bridegroom is owner oil the Leonard Pharmacy at 506 East Broadway. The couple took a short wedding trip to Kentucky and is now residing at 506 Broadway, city, (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Dorothy Walters Becomes Bride Of Wayne E. Johnson Dorothy Jean Walters, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Coddington, of Lafayette, and Wayne Elton Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Johnson, of route 2, Brookston, were united in marriage by Rev. -Howard Jenkins, of Grecntown,| Sunday, July 7. The afternoon service was read in tho home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Frank Snipes, of northeast of Flora. The bride chose for her wedding a. .white dress of simple princess design. Her colonial bouquet was of. pink rosos. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snipes, sister and brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony, a small reception was held. Wedding cake, punch and mints were served from a lace covered table appointed with candles and garden flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. Norma Burton, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. John Colile. aunt of the bride. The bride's mother was dressed in nile green linen, and Ihe bridegroom's mother wore an aciuii print dress. The bride is a 1957 graduate ot Deer Creek high school and had formerly attended Delphi high school, The bridegroom was graduated in 1951 from the Delphi high school and has served 4 years in the navy. Those present were Mrs. Dorothy Coddington and children, of Lafayette; Mr.s. John Coble and- children, of Bui-rows; Mrs. Cum-' mington, of LafaycDle; Mr. and M:vs. Merritt Johnson and Willis Johnson, of Brnokston; Mr. and Mrs. Don Burton, and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Treichol, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Runyon, all of Delphi, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snipes ami daughter, of Flora. After July in. the couple will be at home at (115 W. Third street, Marion, Indiana. .Both Mr. and .Mrs. Johnson are .employed in Marion. 4-H Club News The final meeting of the year was held by the Yankee Maidens of Deer Creek township Wednesday evening, July loth, at the Young America School. During the session demonstrations were presented by Erlene Miller, Ellen Wilson and Cheryl Oclen. Patty Crist held a cakcmaking demonstration using Ihe demonstration as a contest to determine how many wrong procedures were used. The first prize went to Elian Wilson with the' second to Mrs. Ralph Downbam. The third prize was shared by Judy Wilson and Barbara Lybrook. The health and safety report as given by Rutliiu Smith and devotions were read by Judy Wilson. Dutie Simpson sang a solo'ac- companied by her mother, Mrs. Phyllis Simpson. The meeting adjourned after directions were given for tnc community judging for the county fair exhibit. 'Naomi Circle Holds Luncheon Meeting Thursday At Church The Naomi Circle of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church convened for a luncheon Thursday, noon at the church dining room where tables were decorated with bowls o£ fresh flowers. Rev. Tom Weigand offered grace preceding the rneal. Thirty members and guests attended the. luncheon with hostesses being Mrs. Elzene Waters, Mrs. Lena Barton, Mrs. Lottie Thomas, and Mrs. Frances Lowry. Following the luncheon, the regular business meeting was held with Mrs. Marjorie . Personette, chairman, presiding. The session opened with the singing of "In Christ There is No East or West." Mrs. Zora Grahrn gave the devotions. Mrs. Julia Hignt had charge of the lesson using 'as her topic "Stranger Within the Gates." This was in the form ot a panel discussion with those taking part being Mrs. Fern Hickey, Mrs. Blanche Cochley, Mrs. Ida Kirkpatrick and Miss Myrle Justice. The reports of the secretary and treasurer were read by Mrs. Bernice Wood and Mrs. Alice Morgan. Roll call was responded to by members giving the number of church and sick calls made during the past month'. It was announced that the general society of the WSCS would hold an ice cream social Friday, July 26th and committees were appointed. The next circle meeting will be a picnic at Dykcman park in the west pavilion August Isl'. Mrs. Grahm closed the meeting with prayer. Friday Evening, July 12, 19JT. Sherman Fife To Wed In New York Mrs. Mary Esposito, of Bronx, New-York, announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Rose, to Sherman Fife, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman S.. Fife, of Delphi. The wedding will take place August 4 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the St. Phillip Neri church, Bronx, New York. The bridegroom- elect's parents and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fife, also of Delphi, will attend the rites. Following the ceremony, the couple, will go to Delphi on a short wedding trip. Mr. Fife is a graduate of the Delphi high school and is serving with the US Army at Fort Totten, New York. Personal Dr. Jim R, Gish and family left their home in Beaumont, Texas, today for a visit wi'lh his mother, Mrs. .Anna E. Gish, oC Deer Creek. Mrs. Gish plans to return to Texas with her son July 27, She will also visit her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Cromartic in Louisiana, returning home at the end of August. Pottawattomie Club Meets At Baer Home Pottawattomie home demonstration club met Thursday evening with Mrs. Nevada Baer. Catherine Summers, president, conducted the meeting. Betty Stine gave the history of the song of the month. Sally Scotney read the roll call, "what I would do with a million dollars," which was answered by 12 members and 'five guests, Mrs. Lillian Auker, Mrs. Doris Auker, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Marjorie Powell and Mrs. Fern Smith. Mrs. Scotney gave the devotions, and the group discussed projects for exhibit on Achievement Day. Josephine Tilley and Mary Martin were appointed to a committee to telephone members for meetings. The club will be guest of the Miami HD club. A special lesson on halrstyling was presented by Mrs. Fern Smith who gave Mrs. Tilley a "cap style" haircut. A question and answer period followed the lesson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Baer and Mrs. Esther Cummings. The next meeting will be with Betty Stine. WEIGHT CONTROL CLASS Miss Ethel Nice, Cass county HO agent, announces that members of Hie weight control cluss will meet Monday evening at 11 o'clock at the YWCA dining room. Scales will be available and weights will be checked. A demonstration on Die proper application of cosmetics will be given. For AD Occasion* GREETING CARDS "that say what you want to say' HtATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE Jefferson Club 2 Features Luncheon A- luncheon-meeting was staged by the Jefferson township 'HD club No. 2 Thursday afternoon at Lake Cicott Jean Forgey offered the opening devotions after which Maude Tribbett read the history of the song of the month. The door prize war, won by Irene Burley. Roll call was answered with "a book I have read this year." The pledges were led, and Doris Roos read the secretary's 'report. Deer Creek HD club 2 will entertain the group August 7. Margaret Gibson reported on several books and gave some reading suggestions. Betty Spencer gave a report on safety and "Stop for Coffee Break" signs were distributed to members. The meeting closed with the club prayer. In charge of'(he meeting were Maude Buriey, Mary Alice Hardy, Kay Seabold. Hilda Gray and Grace Michael. BRIDGE RESULTS Seven tables were in play when . the Women's Duplicate Bridge club 1 met Thursday evening at the YW CA. North-south winners were Mrs. Blanch DeYoe and Mrs. Edith Longnecker, first; Mrs, J. J. Saadi and Mrs. George Raub, Jr., second; Mrs. Clay Morris and Mrs. Richard Camblin, third. East-west winners were Mrs. A. T. Lybrook and Mrs. Robert David, first; Mrs. Russell Boyer and Mrs. Thomas Waite, second; Mrs. Earl Ray and Mrs. Gene Ktraiijje, third. SOCIAL CALENDAR FRID/.Y 6:30 p.m. — WSCS, Main street MethodisL church, Fairaew park. Robert Tom Engaged To Lafayette Girl Mr, and Mrs. Richard Taylor, of West Lafayette, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice, to Robert Tarn, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. ?'am, of BurneUsville. • The couple has not selected * wedding dale. Miss Taylor is a graduate of the West Lafayette high school and Purdue University, She attended DcPauw University. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of the BurneUsville high school and Purdue where he is a graduate student. He is a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Past Commanders Banquet Cancelled INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Telegrams went out today to 25 past commanders of the Indiana Department of the American Legion, cancelling an annual banquet of past commanders scheduled Sunday ct Hie organization's annual convention. The banquet was cancelled because two ex-commanders died in the past three days. Russell Rhodes, Peru, commander in 1937, died Wednesday. Ira Lyons, Greenfield, commander in 1954, died Thursday. Color Scheme Would Cut Farm Hazards CHICAGO—J. W. Matthews of Ihe University of Illinois agriculture department has a new scheme for farm safety — color scheme. Matthews has a five-color paint plan, based on the American Standards Association color code, which he believes makes a farm shop safer and more pleasant. Red marks danger areas and areas where fire equipment is kept. Orange identifies dangerous parts of equipment. Green designates where first aid and safety equipment is kept. Yellow marks stumbling hazards. Bluo is used (o identify electrical controls and caution areas. Read the Classified Ads D. OK A. PICNIC Logan Council, Daughters of America, members and friends will hold a birthday covered dish sup-, per Monday evening at fi:30 o'clock at the Fairview park pavilion. In case of rain the group will meet u ; , the home of Gladys Wolfe. Members having birthdays In April, May and June will be- honored. 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