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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, lift $. LLOYD NEEL- (Harrington Photo) Simplicity was stressed for the impressive fall wedding service read by the Rev. Harold King Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Calvary Presbyterian church uniting in marriage Miss Sally June Eaub and Lloyd Neel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Raub, Jr.,, of route three, Logansport, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Leslie Neel of Versailles, Indiana, and the late Mr..Neel. Illumination for the service was provided by slim tapers in twin seven branched, candelabra and the setting was further enhanced with two vases'of white gladioli. Prior to 'the repeating of the vows, bridal airs were provided by Stewart Gordon, organist, who played "Because", "Oh Promise Me" and "Always". t • • . • Mrs. Al Babb, of Columbus, In- bows and mauve asters with sprays <Jiana, -attended the bride matron of honor' while Dr. Hal Glidden of Brazil, Indiana, served the grocm as best man. rt; iiivuiii <*o i/^isi* 0,441**** Dale Alfred, also of Brazil, was circled with mauve - asters ani 't-S **-*** •**" 7 - *iT_ _ _.?_).- A-n^l •i-rVflJ-rt 1»» usher. Petal Pink rctai JTJ^fli ,., - ,T 11 ;.Escorted to the altar.and given W of the vaUey. in marriage by her father, the 1UV1 ._ Hostesses included. Mrs. Don was gowned in a street- Raymer, Mrs. Don Grubbs, Mrs. i dress fashioned of rose John Hiatt, Mrs. Letha ^albreth, pink satin The complimen- Mrs. Chet Chassin,. of Lafayette tary frock was, cut with three- Miss Mabel Louise Behwald and quarter length cuffed sleeves and Miss Sandra Dillmau of Wmamac. a Vee neckline formed by a soft layby collar. Self covered buttons to "the waist secured the bodice and accented the cuffs. The skirt fell in gentle folds from the belted waistline. •'. She wore a pressed bow headpiece of matching \satin fitted low secured her highlighted at the crown which shoulder-length veil with a sprinkling of seed pearls a~nd rhinestones. She wore a single strand of pearls and pearl earrings of; the same petal pink and carried a small cascade^ arrangement of white carnations and stephanotis ^accented with" veri- gated philodendran leaves. Dior Blue Velvet •Mrs. -Babb selected for the oc- cassion a velvet frock of dior blue s|yled along princess lines featuring a boat neckline and capped sleeves with a modified, flared skirt. Her hat was of matching Hue velvet' patterened after that \yorn by the bride. Her bouquet was a small cascade of pale pink carnations. " - For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Baub selected a grey wool sheath dress designed with a stand-a-way collar and wore matching accessories. She accented her costume with a hat of Paris ruby velvet With profile trim- of matching ooque feathers and wore a corsage df pale pink carnations.. 'The groom's mother chose a navy silk sheath with a rounded ^eckline and three-quarter length sleeves and wore a winter white 3;at and gloves. Her' flowers were pale pink carnations. Mrs. George Raub, grandmother of the bride, complimented her attire with a corsage of pink sweetheart rosqs. Reception for 150 Immediately following the service, a reception was held for approximately 150 guests at Ben Hur with the bride's table being covered in white and skirted with net featuring a drape of pastel pink caught into scallops with satin Hostesses wore white aprons with pink bows and were presented corsages of pale pink carnations. For their trip East, the bride changed into a light grey suit of wool and wore black accessories. The jacket was cut with a belted back. She wore a corsage of pink carnations. Upon their return they will establish residence at 2127 High street. The bride, a graduate of Logans port high school, attended Franklin college where she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Society sorority. She is employed in the office of .the R. B, M. Manufacturing company. Her husband, a graduate of Purdue University School of Pharmacy, is a member of Kappa Ps: honorary fraternity and has served two year<! in the Marine Corps. He is employed . by 'the Eli LiUy corporation as sales representative. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were from Brazil and Versailles, Indiana, Rock Island, Illinois, Columbus, Indiana, Columbus Ohio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Indianapolis. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhousa of greenery. The three-tiered wedding cake centered -the table and was en- topped with a pink and white arrangement of hearts, rosebuds and Stork Shower Given For Mrs. John Ehler Mrs. John Ehler Was honored recently at a stork shower at the home of: Mrs. Ray Burkett with girls from the F. W. Woolworth company 'as hostesses. The honored guest opened her gifts at a table centered with a miniature''basinette. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs Irene Weisepburger, Mrs. Ruth Ehler, Mrsr Gretchen Crocker and Miss Betty .Kihm. Refreshments were served to the following guests: Mrs. Barbara Klinck, Mrs. Gretchen Crocker, Mrs. Susie .Pugh, Mrs. Joyce Evans, Mrs.. Betty Easterd£iy, Miss Betty Kihm, • Mrs. Irene ,Weisenburger, Mrs, Margaret Ramer, Mrs. Helen Chapman,.Mrs. Janet Estes,. Mrs. Geneva lies, Mrs. Edna'Turnpaugh, Mrs. Mary Jenkins, Mrs. Mary Burkett, Mrs. Edith Wade,. Miss Carol Apt. Miss Donna Jenkins and Miss Marie Burkett. Not attending b.ut sending" gifts were Mrs/Phyllis Yike, Mrs. Thelma Merrill, Miss/Jenny Jenness, Mrs. Esther Foster, Miss Grace Perrone, Mrs./Dorothy Pasquale, Mrs. Julie Baker and Mrs. Effie Claxton. I ,•« d V -*>. H DR.O.LBRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Office: 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesday* & Fridays 9 to '4 PERU OFFICE: 115 Watt 5th St. Mon, Tuei.,' Thur., Sat. 9 to 8 P«ru Phont: GRIDLEY 33674 SOCIAL Announcements MONDAY The Woman's Progressive club will meet Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the YWCA parlors. * * * A dinner meeting will be held at Purcells Cafe Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock by the Lioness club. Mrs. Lucille Raines and Mrs. Marilyn Hinkle are in charge of arrangements. *' * * The. Home and Hoibiby Home Demonstration club will meet Monday night at the, home of Mrs. Dorothy Gast, *709 Sixteenth street, at 7:30 p.m. Roll call will be "something nice my neighbor has done for me". * * .# The Best Ever''class of the Broadway Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Floyd Kyers, -112 -East Market street, Monday evening'-at 7^:30 p.m. Assisting the hostess wll . be Mrs. Basil Barber and Mrs. Chester .MeMillen. * * * Members, of the Coterie will convene Monday evening at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Elsie Downs, on 15th Street. Virginia Bradfield will review the book, "Proud Shoes". . * * * St. Cecelia Study club of St Joseph Parish will meet with Mrs Ruth Keller Monday evening at 8 p.m. * * * Logan Council Daughters of America members and friends will meet in the D. of A. club rooms Monday evening at 6:30 p.m. for a carry-in covered dish supper. Members are to, take table service. * * * TUESDAY WW Auxiliary will hold initiation for five new candidates Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the post home. * * * Bridge City Lodge 254, L. A. to B. of R.T. will have a regular business meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the IOOF hall. Thursday, October 24, at 2 p.m., members will visit the adopted patient at the State Hospital. Those wanting transportation are to phone Mary Granger, 3498, or Bertha Tuttle, 3389. Members are to take prizes for Bingo. * * * Helmet Temple 230, Pythian Sisters of Young America, will meet at the hall Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Members will attend evangelistic services at the Baptist church before the meeting. A reception will be held for the new district deputy. All Pythian Sisters are invited. * * * Diana Temple No; 30 will meet in the K of P hall Tuesday evening at 8 ,p. m. All members are urged to attend and to take a cup and spoon. * * '-* The Daughters of Isabella will hold a social meeting Tuesday evening at the K of C Hall at 8 o'clock. * ..* * WEDNESDAY The Frances E. Willard class of the Wheatland Avenue Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at- 7:30 p.m. at the church. Alice Morgan, hostess, willbe assisted by Vina Cowley. The meeting was postponed from Tuesday. * * * THURSDAY American Legion Auxiliary, Cass County Unit 60, will meet Thursday evening at 8 p.m. at Memorial Home. * * * Washington township-Cass County Home .Demonstration club meeting will be held Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs, Nellie Bradfield, 1430 North street. The lesson on landscaping will be given. Roll call will be answered with a memory; ' All .past presidents will be honored. * * * Lutheran'Ladies, of Deer Creek will hold a fried/chicken dinner Thursday, from 11:30-till 1 -o'clock in the parish hall/ A business meeting will follow :.the meal. PLEDGES SORORITY Miss Alice 'Jo/ Gear- - recently pledged Kappa Kappa Gamma.sor- ority at Miami University, .Oxford, Ohio, where she is a. freshman in the school of Arts" and Science. Theidaugtiter of Mr.;and Mrs. Robert. Gear, .3128 North, Pennsylvania avenue; she' is a local s high school graduate. /. . • , BK5VAWETY! Mr. And Mrs.' James H. Sherman —^M-Msyvr. (•Harrington Photo) MR: AND MRS. JAMES HYL-AND SHERMAN are shown following their wedding September 29th, the single ring ceremony being read by the Rev. Raymond Skeleton in the Miami Baptist Church, Adamsboro. ' The bride, the former .Miss Mildred May O'Brien, ls : the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larus O'Brien, of route four Logansport. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned 0. Sherman^of route four, Logansport, Mrs. Floyd Morris was organist and accompanied Miss Pauline Leoffler, soloist, who provided a prelude of bridal airs prior to the service which was read before a background of palms, white mums, gladiolas and tapers in branched, candelabra. Pews were marked with blue bows. Miss Arlene Frohreich was maid of honor and Miss Pamela Sherman, sister of the groom, flower girl. Curtis Miller, of route four Peru, served the groom as -best man while Gale Sherman,' brother of the groom, and Carl E. O'Brien, brother of the bride, were-ushers. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a ballerina length gown fashioned of imported French lace and nylon tulle over satin. The lace bodice featured a Queen Anne collar embroidered with pearls and sequins. The sleeves tapered to points over her hand. The full skirt was made with a deep scalloped peplum of lace and was appliqued with medallions of lace hand embroidered with pearls and sequins. Her veil, which, fell to . waist length, was caught to a-crown,of pearls and- sequins;': She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and pink-roses with white streamers. •The maid of : honor attended in a powder blue taffeta frock styled with a boat neckline and wide skirt with streamers in back. She carried a colonial bouquet. The flower girl was attired in a white nylon dress over taffeta with a wide collar embroidered in lace and the waist was -en-circled with-a satin sash. She carried a basket of pink rose petals. The mother of the bride selected a light-blue dress with navy.acces- sories and wore a.corsage of pink roses while the groom's mother wore a white and black dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Following the service, a reception was held for approximately 15 guests with the serving table being centered with a three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple beneath a floral arch. Hostesses included Mrs. Le Roy Russell, and Miss Bonnie Kitchell who wore corsages of white carnations. / The bride, a gradunate of I gansport-High school, is employee with . Prudential Life Insurance company. Her husband, a graduate of New ' Waverly high school, is engaged in farming. . . For their wedding trip, the bride changed, into a sheath dress anc wore her corsage 3 of pink roses and ( white carnations, from the bridal' bouquet. . .•. The couple have established residence at route four Logansport. '••'•' Fourth Mothers Stage Children's Halloween Party The annual Halloween party for children.^ inembers was - staged by the Fourth ^Mother's study club Friday eveningVat" the YWCA annex. Thirty-severi youngsters ;marched in the judging parade with prizes going to Sue Hamilton, the funniest costume;' Betsy. George, fte^.pret- tiest; Sue Ann Sample, the cutest; and Dick Wharton and Tonya Regan, the most original... The room was decorated in the Halloween motif,'and children were served refreshments at individual tables.'. Games were enjoyed with prizes going to 6 year olds and under: Tommy Gifford, Jimmy Swigart and -Debra Regan. I The older children played .games and Dick Wharton received the prize. Refreshments were served to 60 .guests by .Mary Combs, Norma Cassidy, Lavonne Gust, Thelma Hamilton, Opal McMfflen, Pat Lawrence, Deane Parrett, Betty Wick- efsham, Ann Cook and Lorraine Williams. OUTSTANDING VAIUES1 Mrs. J. K. Sheridan Weds T. W. Sullivan .Announcement has been made o: the marriage - of Mrs. John, K Sheridan, of Anderson, to Thomas W. Sullivan, also of-that city.;' Mrs'.. Sheridan, formerly- of this city, is the daughter of Mrs. :Ros coe- Davis of Anderson,; Her hus band ,is the- son" of;"Mr.-(;and Mrs Ira Sullivan of Bloomington. The wedding . ceremony tool place Saturday morning iri^Ander son.' .The couple will reside at 921 Morton street,' Anderson. .- ARMSTRONG'S QUAKER FLOOR COVERINGS In An Fffr/y fall Showing SPECtAl FEATURE 15c SQ. YD. Choose now—measure your- floors and cover them with long-wearing K-99 finish. 12 feet wide. Wall to wall without a seam. l ADVEHtWD OH RADIO AMD 315 Fourth St. Dial 2762 Nutritionists; point: Tout tha eye .beauty by keeping the eye, Tea and Card Party To Be Wednesday At Foskett Residence A tea and card party will be held at the home of Mrs^ Walter Foskett, 803 East Broadway, -Wednesday, Ocbber 23rd, from 2-5 p.m. sponsored by -the associate chapter of Tri Kappa sorority with proceeds to go to the Handicapped Children. All tables available have been reserved with 80 persons planning to attend. • Tea will be served in the dining room with Mrs. Walter Fosketl and Mrs. Joseph Graffis, of tbe associate chapter, and Mrs. Joseph Herd ' and Mrs. Richard Jensen, of the active .chapter, presiding at the tea services. Table prizes wiH be awarded to each table. Girl Scout News Mrs. William Kepes, council secretary, has "sent notices of the aoard meeting for Tuesday the 22 at 7:30. Miss Shirley Hutchinson community, advisor for -this dis* rrict, will meet with the board to develop plans for 1958, • * * * The- Girl Planning Board will 'lave an organization meeting Mon day at four o'clock in the Scout Office. Each Intermediate and Senior leader-, is to send two girls jo represent their, troop. Brownie Scouts do not participate in the planning board because 'of the dis ;ance from their meeting places and the after-school hours. * * * Mrs. William Killion and Mrs George Thomas who have been having' the leadership sessions an nounce there will not be a session this coming Thursday, the 24th because of the school holiday. The next one will be October 31 from 1 to 3 in the Scout Office. •* * *' The 'all-day Christmas workshop conducted last, Tuesday was, well attended with thirty five presen in the morning and forty five in the afternoon. Crafhs were colorfu and'many and brought an earlj taste of the coming holiday : sea son. Mns. Mary Emmerd was 'in charge of crafts.. Others assisting with the workshop were: Mrs Thelma Hamilton, Mrs." Gertrude Wilson, Mrs. Bertha Bockover Mrs. Virginia Pherson, Mrs. ,Mar guerite Kepes, Mrs. Gwen Thomas and Mrs LaVerne Parker. Mrs Helen Underwood had" the-nursery •-.- *- ,* * .'.- -.•- .-' The Girl Scout Association', Inc. which is an agency of .the Unite* Fund, is going into area expansion and a. new name is needed tha will, in time, cover five or sb counties. Suggestions may be writ ten or called in to Scout Office in the City Building. Phone 3728. Urge Members Of Class Of 1938 To • Attend Meetings Plans for the class reunion nex summer were made when a grou] of-members of the class of 193£ of the local high school met a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gor don Muehlhausen for their second planning session. Richard Fields, class president was present from Danville, lUi nois. Joe Huffman ,was elected general chairman of the event. Meeting-with them were Betty (Kohls)' Scott, Betty (Osborne Long, Mary Jane (Chambers) an Bob Laird, Ruth (Mills) Huston Dorothy Mae (Hyman) Shaver Helen (Vance) and Mike Clark 'Forrest JCniesly, Mary Ann (Barr). Morton, Bob Kitchell, Dor othy (WSitney) Jackson, Patt ODwyer) Loner, Virginia (Closson Persinger, and Betty ©arnes Muehlhausen. '• There will be a .meeting of tbi committee Tuesday 'evening an other members of the.class ar urged to attend; They are aske to contact any of the above men tioned persons, for'.time and 'place Those attending are asked to brin .typewriters or pens. Variety is the spice of, life-an< foods -rich in' vitamin. .A' add to it pays- to change pace, at work _ • • -. _ _ "•....• ' * TTT'_H ^ ..-- ~u\ MH^nt «Trt*«lF TTMT or-play. Follow mental work wit! CjTi 'UCQUbjf Wjr rt\*\*h/Ai*g| v"v» \*jvtj v* ^'••-i/ — .--. healthy Carrots are ; always on some physical exercise or vice ver the list'for vitamin A. Other rec- sa. If you .are becoming mor ommended'foods-include,! spinach, bored with, life each day kale,'escarole, broccoli''and' let- chances are you need to brea tuce. It also pays'to eat apricots the routine you've set for yourself and peaches and beef'and' calf's Do something-.different for _onc liver for vitamin A. and. : you will find it refreshing. STINCIIED BRICKS, INDIVIDUAL M01DS also • FRUIT PUNCH -X>RDER AT OUR DEALERS OR- ^ WATTS ICECREAM 112 5th St. "Say It -With A Brick" Phone 4504 Of Jerry Benson Pohlman Studio MRS,. JERRY BENSON was Miss Madonna Bender prior to the couple's marriage during a Nuptial High Mass and double ring ceremony Saturday morning, October 12, at the St. Vincent dePaul church with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John P. SchaH officiating. The. bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Bender, of 1014- Twentieth street, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Irene Watson, 32 West Columbia street. Residence will be established at 1315%.East Market street following a wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. The bride and. bridegroom- are local high "school graduates. She is employed at the Farmers and Merchants State Bank and the bridegroom is employed in the office of the RBM Manufacturing company. L» E. Miss Patricia Ann Connors will pledge her nuptial troth to Larry Edward Helms during a double ring ceremony at 2 o'clock x this afternoon at the Calvary,Presbyterian church with the Reverend Harold King officiating. Miss Connors is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Connors, of 24 East Miami- avenue, -and her fiance is Hie son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Helms, of Twelve Mile. Bouquets of fall flowers and lighted'' tapers will-provide a setting for the ceremony,, Ann Cook, organist, will play several' selections including the "LordY Prayer" as the couple kneels following the rites.,. • Miss Karen Smith, city, will attend the bride-elect as maid of honor, and best man for his brother will be Hollis Helms, route 4, city. Champagne Gown To. be given, in marriage by.her father, Miss Connors has selected a street-length gown, of champagne satin-finished fabric featuring an emproidery design. Wide brown chiffon straps extend around the bodice to the back and extend in floating panels to the hemline of the sheath dress. She will wear a half-hat of champagne, sequins securing- a nose veil. Her other accessories match her gown, and she will carry a bouquet of African lilies . and stephanotis. Miss Smith will attend in a street-length gown of royal red velvet, designed with a bateau neckline", dipping to a V in back, puffed sleeves and a very full • skirt. She- will" wear- a red velvet headband and .carry, a nosegay of red and.white roses. For her daughter's : wedding, Mrs. Connors has selected a cocoa brown jacket dress, accented:with a red silk scarf and brown acces-. Dories. Mrs. Helms, mother of the bridegroom-elect, has chosen a blue silk dress with matching accessories. Both will wear mums in fail hues. Reception At Church A reception is '-scheduled/ to take place, at the church basement fol-" lowing, the "ceremony .for 100. gues'ts.' Centering -the/serving ta-. ble will be a three-tiered wedding cake tapped with a bouquet of fall -flowers. Cake, punch, nuts and. mints will be served-b'y the Misses Val Lybrook and Kay Davies from the silver and white covered -dish... Following their return from a weddingr trip to 'North- Carolina, the couple will reside- at 1811 Wright street. • - , , .; The bride-elect is a 1S57 graduate of the v local high school and is employed at -the Farmers and Merchants State bank. Her fiance is a 1955 graduate of the. Twelve Mile high school and is employed by the'Wolf Construction company. Usually- a cool iron will put the finishing touch . to miracle fabric blouses. 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