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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 195T. SOCIAL NEWS + PERSONALS + PRESS SOCIETY PACE + PATTERNS + CLUB NOTES War Mothers Meet At Memorial Home Mothers of World War 2, Uni 18, met Friday evening for a short business session at Memorial horn with Elsie Bushing, president, in charge. / The pledge and opening praye •were .led by chaplain, Haze Campbell. Secretary-treasurer reports were given, and reports o the state advsory Council meeting recently at Kokomo were given h Mrs. Bushing and Louise Hardin hospital chairman. It was announced that continued support of the veteran's hospital is needed. Final plans were made for serving the GIA State conven tion dinner October 10. Any member who can do so i asked to come to the Memoria home Wednesday afternoon to as sist with the dishwashing. The meeting closed with to Mother's Creek by the chaplain and the penny drill was taken. Th next meeting is October 18. • The woman who puts time am real thought into the selection o clothes will be well dressed even if her budget is limited. It's thinking out each purchase in advance that's important. Look Years Younger In 15 Minutes AFT£R 15 MINUTES>«V',g Exciting new invention by [Doctor makes you look 10 to 15 (years younger. Eliminates ugly .wrinkles, facial sags and flabbiness, age-revealing lines, double chins. No cream$ or lotions — entirely new! Medical Proof Wonderful results reported io official Medical Journal "EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT MONTHLY". It's guaranteed co work for you too.. FREE DEMONSTRATION For a limited time onfy we will give you a FREE PERSONAL DEMONSTRATION of this remarkable discovery. Come in or phone TODAY, there's no cost or obligatioa. Ask For DR. MARTIN'S FACE LIFT Available Exclusively At Jeanne's Beauty Shop 104 3rd Phone 2957 ESTABLISH RESIDENCE IN CITY Pohlman Studio Miss Phyllis Ingram, daughter Miss Patsy Shelhart, Mrs. Carolyn of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence-Ingram, Ingram Mrs. Charlotte Ingram «c T .inn*. n<* oTi/1 TVvmrmr TOT-lmaf.. • and Mrs. Shirley Stout. For then- short wedding trip the avenue, Logansport, were married bride changed into a beige' dress during a double ring ceremony anc j wore brown accessories and a corsage from her bridal bouquet. Saturday, September 28th. The Rev. Hashberger performed the service at 4 o'clock in the af 1 ernoon at the Market Street Meth odist church before an altar en- They have established residence ;] at 903Vfe North Street. The bride is a graduate of the __ v lanced with baskets of pink and Logansport high school with the white flowers and branched cande- class of 1953 and her husband, who abra holding tall white tapers. Stewart Gordon,- organist, pre- ployed at the R.B.M. He served sented a prelude of bridal airs and with the Marine Corps; accompanied Mrs. Logan, soloist who sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Marilyn Peter, sister of the Dridegroom was matron of honor md Raymond Peter, brother-in- aw of the bridegroom, best man. Ushers were Kenneth and Eugene ngram, brothers of the bride. Escorted and given in marriage y her father, the bride appeared n a gown cut from chiffon topping et and satin featuring a jacket of ace. The jacket was designed ith^a mock boat-.neckline which apered to a .V in back and was ecured with three tiny satin bow's. Her full skirt fell to waltz-length. . half hat of lace sprinkled with eed pearls secured her fingertip of illusion. She wore white ace mitts and carried a cascade »ouquet with satin streamers. The matron of honor appeared i .a satinized cotton frock of a delicate .pink fashioned along irincess 'lines. The dress was treet-length and had capped leeves and a'full skirt. She wore white accessories and carried a :x>lonial arrangement of yellow and white'mums. The bride's mother chose a ironzetone frock with pink acces- ories while the mother of the iridegroom attended in a navy ilk suit with pink accessories, wore white mum corsages as did the grandmothers, Mrs. Ida Qrkpafcrick and-Mrs. Minnie Ingram. Following the services, a recep- ion for 125 guests was held in the :hurch entertaining rooms with the jride's table being covered with ace and centered with a three- iered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller were official host and hostess for Thursday afternoon, October 10, teen. Scout headquarters on the third Agency. MUSIC BOOSTER CLUB The Music Booster club .will meet floor of the City Building. Persons who are interested in the Scout program are invited to attend. Mrs. George Thomas, volunteer for its first meeting of the year trainer, will conduct the-session, - Monday afternoon at 12:45 o'clock. at the high school in the music de- Miss Shirley Hutchinson, com- partment. Plans will be made for munity advisor for this district Special Purchase! a fabulous PFAFE at a fabulous price! ONLY $|| Q 50 $10 DOWN^-24 MONTHS TO PAY It's here ... a big Pfaff shipment bought at less than our regular price ... so we're passing the savings aiong to you! This is the famous PfaS with Automatic DIAL-A- STITCH. Just dial for plain, fancy or embroidery stitches ... for the fashion touch that makes clothes "Originals by You." Pfaff's SLIDE-ON-ARM lets you slip on sleeves, pockets, trouser legs to monogram, mend or patch. Come in to see oil the fabulous Pfaff features! We have a Pfaff for every purse and purpose . . . portable and cabinet models.. -. all with Lifetime: Guarantee. But come in now, during this special Purchase Sale. BARBERS SEWING SURPLUS 118 I. Broadway Phone 4454 the event and were assisted By attended the local school, is em- (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Girl Scout News till 3 o'clock in the Girl "rom the national branch office in are invited to attend. Chicago, spent two .days with the local office. Mrs. William Killion, a plan of work for 1958. Double Ring Rites Read For K. Emerson And Gene F. Carney Kay Emerson, of Rockford, Illinois and Gene F. Carney, of La Porte, Indiana, were married Saturday evening at 5:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Carney, 539 W.- Clinton street, Logansport, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. Don Freehafer,. J. P., heard the double ring vows. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Peters _ of Rockford are parents of the bride while the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Carney of Braden- t on, Florida, , . For her wedding the bride chose a light grey flannel suit complimented with ' gray ' accessories. Mrs. R. Carney, who served as matron- ^of honor, • appeared in tangerine dress with brown accessories. The bride is a graduate of »East Rockford High School and her husband,, a graduate of Uelph high school in 1953, 'served for two years in the Army and is now. env ployed as salesman at Bastian Morley in LaPorte. . Following .their wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside at 423 Greehleaf street, LaPorte. A "dinner for the bridal party was held at Monticello. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bruck Bill Barr; Mr. and Mrs. Dich Lantz, Mr. and Mrs. William Carney, Mr.'and Mrs. George Bower Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nolte and Mr, and Mrs. Carl Douglass. YWCA News Monday, October annex, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 7—Hi-Tri H 8—Riley 8th grade .Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.;. Delta Chi Sjgma, parlors, 8 p.m. Variety Club, club room, 8 p.m. Wednesday, October 9 — -Ladies Day Out, 9:30 to 11:30 -p.m. and 7 till 9 p.m.; Lincoln' 7th Grade Y-Teens, annex,. 4 p.m.; Board Meeting, office, 7:30 p.m.; hay ride, young adult. Thursday, October 10th—Lincoln 8th Grade Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; A.A.U.W. board meeting, club room, 8 p.m. Friday, October 11—Who's Style Show, annex, 8 p.m. A group leadership session for Saturday, October 12 — Junior beginning leaders will be held High Canteen; Young Adult Can The YW is a United Fund ;ag day. All old and new members ALLEN HANAWALT AND BIEDE, Qie former Miss Joan Siferd, will establish residence at 903 High 'street following their return from a wedding trip to northern Michigan and Wisconsin. The couple exchanged nuptial vows Sunday afternoon, September 29, at 2:30 o'clock at the Webb Chapel Methodist church with the Reverend Russell Siferd, uncle of the bride, of Urbana, Illinois, officiating at the rites. Palms, bouquets of pink gladioli and lighted tapers in branched :andelabra provided a setting for the double ring ceremony. White satin bows with huckleberry marked the pews. The bride is-the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Siferd, of route 1, city, and the bridegroom's Barents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ianawalt,- w of 17 -West -Columbia street, -city. Mrs. Edward McKaig, route 1, ideal costume for a mature council president, and Mrs. George autumn bride • would be a silver Thomas, vice president,'met with lace sheath worn with matching Miss Hutchinson to help develop jacket collared in mink or chinchilla. Introducing the invisible clinging collar for a new kind of fit! Snugly elasticized around the'collar. inside —so that not even you can see the secret of its wonderful cling! Try the Wonder Pump today. In. Black or Brown Suede or Leather. THE SHOE WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FIT Available in medium or high heel with open or closed toe. - . • • COMBS 'Tour Friendly Shoe Store" 407 iast Broadway MARRI ED AT WEBB CHAPEL CHURCH city, was organist and accompan ist for Mrs. Allen McKaig when she sang "0 Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Shirley Key, route 5, city, was maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Irene Samson, of Chicago. Eugene'. Hanawalt, city, served his brother as best man, and groomsman was Edward Decker, city. Ushers included Jason Hanawalt, brother of the bridegroom, of Winamac, and Don Siferd cousin of the bride, of Chicago. Lace and Tulle Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a baller- ina-lengthi gown of lace and tulle, designed with a Sabrina neckline and cap sleeves trimmed with iri- descents, accenting the Chantilly lace bodice. Layers of.nylon tulle cascaded into a circle of tullness from the long torso'bodice. Two panels of tulle extended from the First at REHMS By NORRIS The Norris HARVARD (iilusfrated) in miniature, plafds. Authentic Ivy Styling. But-'ton down oollarV Choice of colon in oil men's and women's sizes. Look-alike Luxury The trend is to sport shirts that go along with toda/s dress -• alike, fashion. A Lady Casual for her . . ... a matching Morris Casual for him. • /D each Matched Set $11.00 PHONE 3273 405 E. BROADWAY back of the neckline which dipped to a V in back. She wore matching tulle mitts,' and her fingertip veil was secured to. a tiara of embroidered lace accented with pearls. Her only;.-jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings, gift of the bridegroom, and she carried .lace handkerchief, belonging to her Grandmother Barker. The bride's bouquet was of white carnations and pompons with English ivy on a white Bible, a gift of her parents. The maid of honor and bridesmaid appeared in identical gowns of ballerina-length pale blue, taffeta, styled with sweetheart necklines and cap sleeves. The waistline was accented with an electric blue cummerbund with a matching bustle and floating panels in the back. They wore white mitts and a small band of blue petals edged with pearls and net for a headpiece. Their pearl jewelry was a gift of the bride. They carried bouquets of pink carnations and white pompons. Blue Dresses For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Siferd selected a' Dressmaker suit of medium blue with'navy accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a two-piece blue faille dress with black accessories. Both wore corsages of pink rosebuds. • ,_ Mrs. C. Z. Barker, grandmother of the bride, appeared in a two- piece blue crepe dress with black patent leather accessories; Mrs. Disa Siferd, also- the bride's grandmother wore a blue crepe dress with a matching bolero jacket and black- accessories; and the bridegroom's grandmotoef, Mrs. Monroe Hanawalt, appeared in a navy blue dress accented with check trim and black accessories. All wore corsages of pink carnations. Reception for 200 A reception was held for 200 guests at the church parlors following the 'ceremony. Hostesses were Mrs. James Ritter, (Jreen- castle; Mrs. Jason Hanawalt, Winamac; Mrs. William Gordon, Rochester; the Misses Norma Barr, route 1, Royal Center, and Mary Kay Richeson, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They were presented with white pompon corsages and pastel nylon aprons, gifts of the bride. 'The four-tiered wedding cake was trimmed with blue forget-me- nots and topped with a miniature bridal couple and centered on the serving table which was covered with blue satin topped with illusion net. Candelabra with blue tapefs and white pompons and huckleberry around the cake and.punch bowl completed the. decor. •For traveling the bride chose a Patricia Pifer and Darl Baker Wed in Double Ring Rites Patricia Pifer and Darl Baker were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony Saturday afternoon, September 21, at 2 o'clock at the couple's. residence, 816 Helm 'street, with- the Reverend Jack Gambill officiating. , The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stoops, of route 1, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Baker, route 4, Peru. Mrs. Ralph Reed, route 1, city, attended fee bride, and best man was Ralph Reed.. . . Given in, marriage by her parents, the bride wore a blue cotton dress topped with'lace. Her white hat was trimmed with sequins and secured a short veil. She wore a corsage "of red roses and a rhinestone necklace; a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs, Reed attended in a dark brown 'dress with black velvet trim and a black velvet hat. Her corsage was of white carnations. The bride's mother selected a light brown.dress with dark brown accessories and a corsage of white carnations while the bridegroom's mother chose a blue suit with matching accessories and a corsage of red'roses. A reception was neld for 50 guests after the ceremony. The serving table was centered with a three-tiered wedding x cake tojped with a miniature bridal couple and flanked with bouquets of red roses. Hostesses were Mrs. John Price, Mrs. John Korreet and Miss Virginia Mcquire. The bride attended the local high school. Her husband attended the New Waverly high school, served three years with the US Air Force and is now employe&at the Logansport Metal Culvert company. The couple has established residence at 816 Helm street. gray and black wool plaid sheatn" dress with a matching long gray coat, black accessories and the corsage from her bridal bouquet. The bride, a 1953 graduate - of the local high school, was graduated in 1956 from the Michael Reese hospital School of Nursing in Chicago.. For. the past year she has been employed as a psychiatric nurse at, Michael Reese. The bridegroom, graduated in 1949; from the local high school, served two years with the US Marine Corps in Korea and is employed in the drafting department of the RJBM Manufacturing company. 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