Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 12, 1957 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
Page 10
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fen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Camden Man Weds Pennsylvania Girl In Pittsburgh Rites Miss Rose Ann Andrews became Mrs. John Britton during a double ring ceremony recently at the St. Josaphat church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, during a Nuptial Mass officiated by Rev. Father Koclo- skie. A resident of Pittsburgh, the bride .is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Andrews. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Owen F. Britton, of Camden. Miss Helen B. Friend, of Pittsburgh, was maid of honor, and Miss Lily Andrews, sister of the bride, was • bridesmaid. Laurence Andrews, brother of the bride, who Is serving with the USAF,' was best man, and usher was a brother of the bridegroom who is serving with the U. S. Navy in Florida, Jack 0. Britton. Following the service, a wedding breakfast was served to 130 guests at the home of the bride's parents. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a princess style gown of nylon lace with tulle over white satin, featuring a bateau neckline and long tapering sleeves. The skirt of lace over satin had a sweeping chapel-length train. Her fingertip veil was secured to a white satin and'lace tiara. She carried a bouquet of while rosebuds and orchids. In the evening a reception and dinner was held for 150 guests at Bartlett's Cafe. Tables were decorated in a pink and blue motif. Centering the serving table was a four tiered wedding cake. The couple is now residing in Camden, and are both employed in Lafayette. The bridegroom was recently discharged from the U. S. Navy. Attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Owen F. Britton and daughter, Judith Ann, and Jack Britton. CRIPPLED CHILDREN TAKE RIDE ON TRAIN Miss Linda Wikel Honored At Shower Miss Linda Lou Wikel, who will marry Joe Sprinkle in a ceremony Sunday afternoon at the Young America Congregational church, was honored recently at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. O. G. Wilson'by members of the church. Assisting Mrs. Wilson was Mrs. Don Catt. Invited guests included Mesdames David Krise, Keith Hook, Joe St. Amand, Daniel Zeck, Anna Mason,- Ollmay Wilson, Stella Zeck, Robert Montgomery, Floyd Wilson. Allen Carson, Richard Wilson, Eugene Robison, Lee Peter, Virgil Beck, Dolly Wolf, ' Lee Seward, Darline Striza, Delbert Smith, Arthur Sprinkle, Argil' Johnson, Er mel Platt, Eva Sidenbender, Earl Snider. Harry Manning, Jr., Lavonne Henry, G.l.enda Mae Anthony. Dolly Wikel, Hollis Keating. And the Misses Reta Von, Edna Welty. Sally, Sonja, Patty Krise, Judy Terry, Tom Hook, Debbie Zeck, Jury Robinson, Bessie Beck, Mary Catherine Peter, Cheryl Seward, Donna Reta and Laura Lee Catt, Lois, Sandra Sidenbender, Beverly, Sharon, Janet, Joan Manning. Refreshments of cup cakes, ice Wednesday Evening, June 12, 1957. Twelve children were given a train ride to Winamac Sunday by llic Society for Crippled Children. Photo shows group just before boarding train at Logansport station. Five adults accompanied the group and at Winamac they were served lunch at the city park. They wure returned to their homes in automobiles. The train ride was one of a series of monthly parties sponsored for the children. The next party will be June 30 when the group will visit the circus winter quarters at Peru. The soldiers on the train platform helped the children aboard. ' (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) 68 Attend Reunion At Adair Residence Sixty-eight persons attended the family reunion Sunday at the home of Sam Adair, route 5, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adair and their great-granddaughter, Rhonda Hagene of Houston, Texas. Guests attending from Logansport included Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pfaff and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Watts and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pursch and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pursch and son, Otto Pursch, Mr. and Mrs. George Pursch and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Pursch and family, Mr. and Mrs Edwin Pursch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adair and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Tyler and daughters, Mr. Alma Jean Feted At Shower STAR CITY — Miss Alma Jean Depoy, bride-elect of Darl Harper, was guest of honor at a bridal shower ' recently at the school with Mrs. Oscar Cornell and Mrs. James Carpenter Jr., as hostesses. Decorations of white wedding bells and pink, green, and yellow streamers were carried - o/ throughout the room. The gifts were placed on a table with a centerpiece of a large heart and two wedding bells suspended from it. Favors of miniature bells with ,_ ... the initial of the bride and groom IhranKlin were presented to the guests along with refreshments. Games were played with prix.es being won by Viola Hatfield, Mrs. Myrtle Bershire, and Miss Ruth Kiser. Guests included Mrs. John De- poy, Mrs. Grace ! Myrtle Bershire. Mrs. Joe Ncw- ' man, Mrs. Fred Crist, Mrs. George Harper, Mrs. Louise McFarland, Mrs. Harold Harper, Mrs. Viola Halfield, Mrs. Joan Grostefon and Misses Phyllis Harper, Betty Depoy, Sherry Dt:poy, Ruth Kiser. Mabel Shidler, Mrs. Richard Depoy, Flora; Mrs. Hazel Bonnell, Winamac; Mrs. John Markley, Chicago; Mrs. Guy Harper and daughter, Debhy, Rochester. Sending gifts were Misses Carol Haselby, Carol Summers, Elizabeth Bershire, Mrs. Fred Stock, Mrs. Gene Penn, and Mrs. Burlin Depoy. and Mrs. William Adair and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Minte'r, Mr. and .Mrs. William E. Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Everett ArJair and son, Mrs. Rata Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mintcr and i'amily, Mrs. Laura Lewellen and Saundra, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adair I To Wed Jim Stanley The marriage of Miss Sue Carolyn Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Jones, of Franklin, and James D. Stanley, of Royal Center, will take place June 21 at Royal Center. The bridegroom-elect, is a member of the Indiana State Police and is assigned to a patrol on the Northern Indiana Toll road. His bride-to-be has been employed on the secretarial staff of the Indiana Toll Road Commission. Following their marriage, the couple will re- Nominate Local Boy For "Supreme Court" Dave Baker, of Logansport, has been nominated for state supreme court judge on the Nationalist ticket at the Hoosier Boys State at Indiana university. The. DOO boys attending the Boys State were scheduled to go to the polls Wednesday afternoon to cast Lheir ballots for. stale and city of-j fivers. I Others from this area who werej nominated Tuesday include James j Johnson, Mor.on, candidate for appellate court judge on the Federalist tickci; Aaron Minix, Winamac, candidate for mayor on the Nationalist ticket; and James Landis, Delphi, candidate for mayor on the Federalist ticket. HANDS OFF 'POLICY ORLANDO, Fla. UP) — League officials warned baseball team managers today that a rule providing for $50 fines for "laying hands" on an umpire also includes other parts of the anatomy. 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