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Eix Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FORMER MISS SHIRLEY FIELDS Rabess-Burgman Studio MRS. JESSE SHIVELY was Miss Shirley Fields prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Grass Creek EUB church with the Reverend D. N. Pellett, assisted by Reverend Jack Pary, officiating. The double ring ceremony unit«d in marriage the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fields, of route 2, Kewanna, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shively, of route 1, Eossville, Indiana. Palms, candelabra and flowers banked the altar. Mrs. Henry Buchholtx accompanied her husband when he sang "0 Promise Me", "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer". Miss Sandra Fields attended her sister as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Neva Riemenschneider, of route 1, Lucerne, and Sally Miller, of route 1, Frankfort. Tom Eastburn, of route 2, Sheldon, Illinois, was best man, and ushers were Wayne Yoder, route 1, Bringhurst; Harold Austin, route 7, Frankfort; and Roger Fields, route 2, Kewanna. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a floor- length gown of lace, tulle and satin fashioned with a fitted bodice of lace with a scalloped bateau neckline and long tapering sleeves. The bouffant skirt featured a wide insert of lace in the tulle. Her elbow-length veil of illusion was secured to a sweetheart - shaped headpiece of lace trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of carnations and ivy. The gowns of the bridal attendants were of crystalette and taffeta fashioned with scoop necklines and sleeveless, fitted bodices. The skirts were street - length and bouffant. Their headpieces were of white daisies, and they carried colonal bouquets of dyed majestic daisies. The maid of honor wore blue with pink flowers, and bridesmaids, pink gowns with blue daisies. A reception was held at the church basement for 250 guests following the ceremony. Centering the serving table was the tiered •wedding cake flanked by a punch bowl and trays of nuts and mints. The table was covered in yellow and white organdy. Hostesses were Mrs. William St. Clair, Mrs. James Young, Miss Dorothy Douglass, Miss Donna Hill, Mrs. Maurice Goff and Mrs. Don Schnapf. For traveling the bride selected a pale blue linen sheath dress'with black and white accessories. The couple departed on a wedding trip through the southern states. The bride is a graduate of the Grass Creek high school and Pur due University where she was a member of Kappa Delta Pi honorary. She is a teacher of home economics in the Fulton high school. Her husband is also a of Purdue University DARLENE LESHER JUN'E BRIDE OF ' NELSON WEAVER AT CALEY CHURCH Alpha Zeta agricultural honorary. He expects to enter the Armed Forces immediately. Carol Schlegelmilch, Gordon M. Crocker To Wed On June 30 Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Schlegelmilch, of Idaville, wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carol, to Gordon M. Crocker, son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Crocker, of route 1, Royal Center. The couple will be married Sunday, June 30, at the Idaville church of God with the Reverend Gordon E. Torrence, past minister of the church, officiating at the ceremony at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. The bride-elect is employed as a stenographer in the sales department of the RBM Manufacturing company. Her fiance is employed as a telegrapher with the Wabash Railroad company. Candelabra and baskets of white locks and blue daisies banked the iltar of the Caley EUB church junday afternoon, June 2, when Hiss Darlene Lesher and Nelson Veaver were united in marriage >y the Reverend Bob Bonewitz. The double ring ceremony united he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raynond Lesher, of route 1, Royal Center, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Weaver, route 2, Royal Center. Sonya Parker, soloist, was ac- :ompanied by Josephine Hines at he piano when she sang "Always," 'Because" and "The Lord's Pray- sr." Sherrill Kraning, of Royal Cener, attended as maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Nedra Larrison, route 1, city. Flower girl was Marilyn Huddleston, and ring bear- ?r ,was Jimmy Davis, both cousins :>( the bride. Paul Tribbett, of Lake Cicott, served as best man, and ushers ivere Robert Lesher, route 1, Royal Center, and Russell Shidler, Jr., Oak, Indiana. The bride, given in marriage by ler father, wore a gown of white crystalette over white taffeta designed witli a fitted bodice, round neckline and short sleeves. The entire bodice was embroidered tiny seed pearls, and the bouffant skirt was floor-length. White mitts were worn, and a queen's crown of seed pearls and iridescent sequins secured her lace edged veil She carried a while Bible toppec with a white orchid. The honor attendant was attirec in a gown of melon colored crystal- ette fashioned along princess lines with a waltz-length skirt. Her shirred headband matched her gown. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. The bridesmaid was identically attired in a gown of blue. The flower girl wore a gown of pink nylon with a shirred pink headband. She carried a nosegay of miniature pink roses. The mother of the bride selected a pink lace over taffeta dress with Dink and black accessories while :he bridegroom's mother chose a blue lace over blue taffeta dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnatio'ns. Nearly 175 guests attended the reception at the church following the ceremony. The white satin covered serving table was centered with a four tiered wedding cake topped with pastel flowers and flanked by candelabra and a crystal punch bowl. Clusters of wedding bells were suspended over the serving and gift tables. Hostesses were Vivian Lesher, Ruth Logan, Virginia Hood, Marilyn House, Mabel Shidler and Deanna Smith. Melinda Mansfield was in charge of the guest book. For traveling the bride selected a pink summer dress with white accessories and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Following a short wedding trip to Chicago, the couple is residing at route 1, Royal Center. The bride is a 1957 graduate of the Royal Center high school. Her husband will be a senior at Ball State Teachers college. He is majoring in physical education. INDIANA UNIVERSITY RITES UNITE JOAN HADDAN, CHARLES DOUGLASS ged her nuptial troth to Charles W. Douglass during a double ring ceremony Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Beck Chapel on the Indiana University campus at Bloomington. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Haddan, of Nob- iesville, and the bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whomever, of 2119 Soear street!. the three tiered wedding cake were daisies. Following a trip to northern Michigan, the couple will reside < at Stony Pike Court in Logansport. For traveling the bride chose a tailored dress of linen with white accessories. The bride, who attended De- Pauw University, was graduated with her husband from Indiana Tuesday Evening, June 11, 195? SOCIETY Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, met Thursday evening for a called meeting. Rooms were enhanced with bouquets of cut roses. The meeting opened in regular form witli the Worthy High Priestess Belva Wilson, and the Watchman of Shepherds, Sebar Ward, presiding in the east. - The associate Watchman of Shepherds pro-tern was Earl Burch, Past Watchman of Shepherds. Other pro-tern officers were Past Worthy High Priestesses Regina Redding, Worthy Guide: Iva York, Queen and Marie Burch as Worthy Guardian. The Deputy Supreme Watchman of Shepherds, Albert Material Objective York, ai)d committee cers. Members are asked to bring a gift. —&The Women's Society of the Lit cerne Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon at : o'clock at the country home 01 Mrs. Donna Kelly. Deer Creek HD club No. 1 will meet at the Young America school Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Roll call will be answered witb a' "most amusing wedding inci dent." —tV— The Baptist Temple Women'! Missionary society will meet at the chudrch in the lower assembly Wednesday evening at 7:3( o'clock. Members are asked ti note the change in meeting time SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY 6 p.m.—Emera club, Masonic Temple. 7 p.m.—Diana Temple No. 30, K. ol P. hall. 8 p.m.—Daughters of Isabella, K. ol C. hall. WEDNESDAY All-day—Pleasant Valley Ladies aid, church annex. 1:30 p.m.—Burrows HD club, Ethel Fross. 2 p.m.—Bethlehem township HD club, Mrs. Charlotte Early.' 2 p.m.—Hand-in-hand circle, Ada Everson. 2 p.m.—-20th "Century class, Broadway Methodist church, parlors. city. The Allan C. Wold string quartet provided music for the ceremony. Nedra Jean Hall, of Oiiio, and Ingred Wischhausen, of Bremen, Germany, attended the bride. Lowell Shaw, of Logansport, was best man, and Ed Simpson and Ted Booher, both of this city, were ushers. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a street- length dress of white daisy brocade fashioned along empire lines with a square neckline, elbow- length sleeves and a slim skirl, accented with a flying panel secured to the bodice with a bow. Her shoulder-length veil of illusion was secured to a crown of seed pearls. Her other accessories were white, and she carried a colonial bouquet of white daisies. Miss Hall, maid of honor, wore a dress of yellow with white accessories. The bridesmaid was . groom plans to return to Indiana university for graduate study. SOCIETY Women of St. Luke's Lutheran church will meet at the church Thursday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock for a guest day meeting. There will' be an out-of-town speaker. The Pottawattomie HD club will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Josephine Tilley. A doctor will be the guest speak- The World Friendship Social circle of the Broadway Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Ihe church. Roll call will be answered with a verse from Scripture containing the word, "peace." Mite boxes will be opened. —k- white, pompons centered with a white orchid. The honor attendant was attired in a pink flocked lawn gown styled with a fitted bodice, bouffant skirt, and a V neckline in back. She carried a bouquet of white pompoms. The bridesmaids wore identical gowns in blue flocked lawn with pink pompon bouquets. The bridegroom's mother wore a navy and white satin cotton print dress with matching accessories. Aunt of' the bride, Mrs. I Eur.icc Noble and Mrs. Betty De„ ., and Morris Witt were present, with the for- Jennings, cousin of the bride, pre-| mer wearing a yellow sheath dress sented selections, "Always," "Be-, with matching accessories, and The the latter in a green nylon and cot' ton dress. All their corsages were of pink carnations and white pompons. A reception was held at the home of the bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Jones, of 21.4 C street. Hostesses were Mrs. I chairman. Lucille Collins, were I honored at the meeting and Supreme Honorary Officers intro- iuced and escorted. Supreme officers were William Lessing, Watchman of Shepherds of Rochester, Supreme Kings Guard; Minnie Lo^, Worthy High Priestess of Rochester-Supreme Page and the local Worthy High Priestess as Supreme Page and local Watchman of Shepherds as Supreme Kings guard. During the short session correspondence was read and the Worthy High Priestess told of a few changes made in the Supreme Law. The session closed in regular form preceding a song session led by Willjam Lessing with Etta Massena at the piano. • Retiring to the club rooms and seated at tables decorated with j rose bouquets, members were! served chocolate ice cream roll and ! coffee. • Martha Newcomb received a door prize and honored guests gifts. The next meeting will be a stated meeting Thursday, June 20. FALL BRIDE-ELECT JAMES ALLEN AND BRIDE, the former Dorothy Jeanne Rombold, are residing in Providence, Rhode Island, following their marriage Sunday afternoon, June 2, at the Broadway EUB church with the Reverend Wilbur Wilson officiating at the double ring rites. The bride is the daughter of Frederick Martin Rombold, of 2218 Jefferson street, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brubaker, Smead slreel. Mrs. Mary Flory of 2125 St. Ann study club of St. Vincent church will hold a covered dish dinner Thursday evening at 3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Florence Booher, 719 - 18th street. There will be an election of offi- cause," "True Love" and Lord's Prayer." Mary Ann Demsar, cousin of the bride, of. Chicago, was honor attendant, and bridesmaids were Yvonne Noble, and Barbara Ann Jones, cousins of the bride, of Chicago. William Demsar, cousin of the bride, of Chicago, served as best man, and ushers were Alan Walters, brother-Iif-law of the bridegroom, and Freddie Lee Hombokl, brother of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white satin and Chantilly lace featuring a cathedral-length train. Her fingertip veil was secured to a headpiece of pearls and sequins. She carried a colonial bouquet of Noble, and Mrs. The four tiered DeWitt, Mrs. Leona .Jones. wedding cake was topped with a miniature sailor and bride ornament. White wedding bells and pink and white streamers decorated Ihe entertaining rooms. One hundred guests were present. For traveling the bride chose a gray suit with matching accessories and a while orchid corsage. The bride was formerly employed at the Val-U dress shop. Her hus- Believe It Or Not We have a very clean 1953 Ford Custom -f-Dr. V8 which REALLY belonged to a school teacher. Powlen Sales & Serv. Broadway At Third identically attired. They wore sin- The Rosary Altar society of St. gle, strands' of pearls, and carried nosegays of yellow daisies. The bride's mother chose a dress of embroidered moygashel natural linen accented with lavender embroidery and topped with a lavender line.n duster. Her corsage was of lavender daisies. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Vanette Room of the Van Orman Graham Hotel with hostesses being Marlene Freds, Sarah Emer- Elizabeth church, Lucerne, will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the parish hall. Hostesses for the card party June 10 at the parish hall are Magenta Maroney, Winifred Murphy, Betty Nies, Elsie Nies and Mabel Nies. -£Boone township HD club will convene Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, June 11, at the Royal .Center library. The lesson will be on'quick and easy meals. Instant Taste" is gonef f J23 Instant Folgers Coffee "HE WILL BE KING "" I When His GIFTS Come From... Home Movies Fun to Make — Fun to Show — the easy Kodak way BROWNIE MOVIE CAMERA, $79.50 Bring Us Your Rolls of Film You'll get fhe Finest, Quickest Finishing of your Snapshots with the HigH Quality Work done in our own Plaart. Also Quickest Service on Movie and Color Slide Films. QUICK FILM SERVICE 524 East Broadway Phone 4444 band is serving witb the U. S. Navy at Quonset Point, Rhode Island. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Hos coe E. Klise, of 531 Fifteen!* street, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of tlicii daughter, Betty Joyce, to Paul His gle, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. M P. Riggle, of 803 South Cieoli street. Thc wedding will take place Sep tember 7. Both Miss Klise and her fianci attended the local high school. Sh< is employed at Ihe Porter Drill company, and he is an employe ol the Standard Food Store. (Pharos-Tribune Engravingl Introducing »•*• Cotnptot* Line ol »»BT Horn* Apptlancwil McCall's likes it! Barnetts likes it! Nationally Advertised Men's Wear | Father's Day June 16 " lmmm~mmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm ml •W» *n 19 tit" you'll fc« plwtwl with Hw f«rt»rm**tf •» y»«r n.w RCA WHIHIPOOI. W«lh«r-Dr)f»r Hint w« will »w.r«nl». fULl MFUND »f your mon«y If n«l •irtkiljf •»•!§»•* mfl*r II ivft tr»m rfirt* •< Initiation. Burnett's Bargain Barn 4T6 S. Third Phon* 282)

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