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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27,1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE SEVENTEEN Miss Carole Ann Klihn and Jerry R. Wallace.To.Marry v : ' w . 9 (Rabess Burgman Photo) Announcement has been-made by Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kuhn, 615 Twelfth Street,.,of. the engagement of their daughter, Miss Carole Ann Kuhn, to Jerry Ray Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace, 807 Cottage Avenue, Columbus, Indiana. The couple'have not set a date for the wedding. Miss Kuhn was graduated from Logansport high school in 1956 and is serving as secretary to Howard R. Jones, Memorial Hospital administrator. ,.,•'•, *. i • Her fiance who was graduated from Columbus high school in 1952 majored'in Journalism and French at Indiana University. He is employed as a reporter of the Logansport Morning Press. Announcements MONDAY Sigma Phi Gamma sorority will meet, at the home of Mrs^ Ned Dwyer, 2305 East Broadway at 6:30 p.m. Monday evening. PRESENTS THE FORE F'UN BY ...free V easy fun! An oil pvrpost jacket in Fairway Cloth of cotton and viscose rayon, satinized inside, zipper closure— pockets zippered too! Wind, spot, stain resistant and water repellent. Washable. ' 10-20. $12,95 /^X^ '/ ^J^0<^ dress shop 326 East Broadway Supper will "-be served promptly at 6:30 o.'clock'. * * * The L. S. to B. of L. F. and E. will meet Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the IQOF haU. Mrs. Mary Swayz.ee, and Mrs. Lillie Ferguson will be in charge of refreshments and entertainment. ' , * * * WEDNESDAY The Holy Rosary study club of St. Vincent's church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ethel Russo, 1026 Nineteenth "street. Glamorous bracelet with tilgh-fashlon basket-weave -design. 17.jewels. Lifetime unbreakable main- jprint A superbly accurate watch ,in an exquisite bracelet. Proud achievement of Bulova—world , Iea5er in fine watchmaking'. 12 LUXURY MODELS FROM 526IROAOWAV f™f»f). Vi^JliX LET US GET YOUR RESERVATIONS & TICKETS We officially represent oil scheduled air (met. Le* m give you complete information on oir Kcivcl ANYWHERE ... get yowr tickets and make your reservation*. LOGANSPORT BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB-TRAVEL BUREAU K6 South Third Street • Phone 5108 Fashion Note-Gals Wear Pants at Home NEW YORK (UP) - Today's woman wears the pants -at home,even if hubby bosses the house- held. This fall, . bhe- top" fashions for kadihside are fancy trousers and skirts or' ttertwo iii comibination- <ird many of tJhorr. so elaborate you'd think thf wearer was headed for a ball. about time g]amor at home caught on,' sa.d young Torn Bii-gance.'a'j old. hand at creating leisure wear NOT meant for bending over a hot cook stove. „ "I've always opposed that jeans- at-home business " sa-id -Brigance, Jeanb aren't feminine . . . they're 100 workmanlike. " ' Brigance advocates an aHwne wardrobe, and if you're not constructed for those skinny trousers, there are plenty of -skirts-some street lenigtih, some sweeping ' Bhe floor. One of the most striking ccskunra in his collection is 'black taffeta combined with yellow satin. Th € taffefa 'is used for a coat, a>nd on the lines o'. f 2 man's shirt, but with eyelet cutout around 'the Insm. to help display fche .yellow grousers. - * , Brigance. is iust one of t numerous designers lending .opulence to. the hfartsade. Leo • Ritter • ;a furrier, mink jackets to top lounging Shirley Spriiilkle To Wed This Afternoon Robert Roscnfoid used fake fur, a Ieop3rd printed velveteen, -for one piece, tapered trousers topped a flowing ;skart in efiither gireen flame red. Another' Rosen- :eld number is a combination ?of igiht -trousers and voluminous over - skirt - fche former in red ;atin, the latter ui black ohiffarL o CHANGES FACE The earth's northern axis frequently changes its face- as the Arctic Ocean's pack ice drifts across, so no physical marker can- ever fix the North Pole's location for long.' WHALE DIFFERENCES Sperm, and killer whales - are ;oothed whales -and feed on fish- and squids; baleen whales.do.not lave teeth and feed on the tiny crustaceans which -they strain through the whalebone. LARGEST .> More than .two dozen glaciers cling to Mounit' Rainier, in Washington. Their 40-square-mile expanse constitutes the largest single jea'k glacier system in the United States.* ' . More than 24 billion dollars in -iberty bonds were subscribed 'during World War-1,'according to.the Encyclopedia Britannica. Gold and bronze- hue's, will: be combined in the. decorative motiT for the;- fall 'wedding;, of . Mias Shirley -Sprinkle : and Robert Schock .to: be. .read .this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. in St. Peters.Lutheran church pf'iCamden. •>'..-, __ The 'Rev. Williafn Moscheli will hear the double ring ceremony which will unite in: marriage the daughter 'of Mr. .and Mrs. 'Walter Sprinkle ; of route one^Camden, and the son of Mr. and'Mrs. Wilmer Schock-.of route 1 one Delphi. The- setting., will., be enhancec with arrangements of gold , anc bronze mums in" baskets- flanker, with -.palms. .Illumination 'will be provided by slender- tapers in twin seven-branched .candelabra. Glen Stiles, soloist, .will' ' sing "Dearly .Beloved," "Why Do Love You" and the Lord's Pray er and will be accompanied ,by Mrs. -Walter Johnson at the organ who will play the traditional bridal airs.' Miss Joyce Sprinkle will attend her-sister as maid of. honor while another sister, Miss Jean Sprinkle, and Miss Betty Sanderson'will be bridesmaids. ,'.'..The groom has' chosen his brother,' Jim. Shock, to . serve as- best man, and Bill'Schock, Dean Sanderson- and 1 Larry Jones as ush'ers. ' LACE & TULLE To be' escorted and given"• n marriage by-her father, the bride has chosen for her* wedding ' a flattering gown ' cut .of Chantilly lace and tulle. The snug bodice, which dips to a deep Vee in front and back, is designed with brief scalloped sleeves arid a deep 1 oval neckline. outlined with scallops and, highlighted with appliques' of seed pearls and sequins. The bouffant skirt, fashioned,of alternating tiers of net and lace, sweeps to a Chapel length train. She- will wear long mitts of lace and a Dutch borinet of tulle 'and lace • highlighted with hand clipped rosettes .and seed .pearls which will, secure her fingertip veil of.soft imported, illusion. Her only jewelry will be small pearl earrings and she will carry a cascade arrangement of white pom .poms with pom pom streamers. TANGERINE . The - bride's attendants will be gowned identically in ballerina length frocks of a tangerine hue. The bodices, fashioned of lace, are designed. with short sleeves and 'scooped- necklines edged' with scallops. The bouffant skirts are of iridescent taffeta and will be accented with cumberbunds of deep folded taffeta. They will wear de- Mr. and Mrs.- Orville •''..."';•• ~ - - - . (Rodkey' Photo) Mr.' and,Mrs. Orville'.Brown, who were united in, marriage last month at the Delphi Christian parsonage; by Rev. Frederic. Chandler, are now at home-on route 2, Delphi following, a wedding trip to'.Maryand. ". •'..-• " '-••-'• •'.'.' • / -' •"• The bride is the former-Betty Hafey, daughter of Mr. Jack Hafey of Delphi and her husband is a son. of Mrs. Malinda Brown of route 2, Delphi. ' , • - • " - ' EXCLUSIVE AT YEAZa'S Fannie May FINE CHO'COIATES Pixies .... $1/60 Assorted Chocolates 1 Ib. $1.60 Assorted Creams $1.60 Assorted Chocolates 2 Ib- $3.00 Debutantes $1.85 Frozen Fresh the Day It's Made; : THIS WEEKS ICE CREAM SPECIALS Mer-Del ke Cream Vanflla kfrCreom °S,59c An "Appreciation Days" Special C^fff«r Maple Walnut Crisp •'. ."S3L89e:: FulTof Fall^Flavor Appeal. " ^, _-' _• ^^^ BOOKS - BIBLES -DICTIONARIES 513 East - YEA TCI C s Money Orders Broadway I EMZ.CL J - * At Any Tfme NO CHANGE IN STORE-rtOURS OPEN 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. EVERY DAY hats .of, matching -material signed similar to the brides. , The maid of honor will carry a cascade bouquet^ fashioned identical to., the bride's >;. of gold ; and bronze; mums ..while bridesmaids will -carry -smaller colonial- arrangements 'of the- bronze- and gold mums. ; - -.';-. : - • ; For hesT- daughter's wedding Mrs. Sprinkle has. chosen a navy dress with".", navy ^accessories and a small white feathered hat. while the mother', of bhe groom has selected a cotillion ".blue dress and will wear a matching -hat and grey accessories; - Both will compliment their attire with a corsage of white: pompoms. , 25Q GUESTS • Following the wedding ceremony, •approximately 250 "guests will be entertained at the parish hall. - The bride's table will / "be centered with a four tiered all white; cake- topped; with- a 1 miniature bride and groom and encircled' vwifch greenery and fall flowers. The /table,, to be. covered with white net -and taffeta will be accented-. with - tangerine and' will also, be enhanced with/crystal services and -tall tapers in candel- labra. -'.-..., 'Hostesses will include Mrs. Joe Jones'. 'of Delphi', ; -Mrs. ^Richard Chapman of Logansport,. Mrs. Gerie ; Appleton',. of.vKokomo and Miss Carolyn J6nes. of : Camden. • The. bride', a graduate of Camden high :school .wth the.; class of 1953, is employed at Mohlman's Jewelry- store in .this city. The groom,, also a graduate, of Camden high school with the class of 1952, is serving with the, 101st "Airborne division at F.t. Campbell, Kentucky.. . . For their wedding trip to Niagara Falls, trie* bride will change into. a tweed suit of combined fall hues and wear avocado and grey (accessories. YWCA Calendar Mrs. R. Meinzer, executive secretary of the Young: Women's Christian Association .has announced the following schedule of activities to be held at the Y this week/ - -. Monday, October 28—4. < p.m., Riley Seventh grade .Y-Teens, annex; 7:30. p.m.,-Psi Iota Xi, dining, parlors : . and kitchen 1 ; 7:30 p.m.,.Men's Duplicate ; Bridge, annex. ; Tuesday, October.29—Riley Seventh and Eighth grade Y-Teens formal recognition service, annex, 7 p.m. - s Wednesday, October 30-^-Ladies Day''.Out, 9:30-11 a.m.; 7:30 till 9 p.m. Slim-nasties, 6:15 till 7:15 p.m. ' . Thursday, October 31—Women's Duplicate bridge, parlors, 7:30 p.m. ' ' . t Friday, November 1—' Golden Age club,, annex, 1:30'p.m.; Farmers National Union, annex, 7:30 p.m. '-. Saturday, November 2—Junior High Canteen, 7 till.9 p.m.; Young Adult Canteen, 9-11:30 p.m. TO TV 78 GAMES NEW YORK (5^-The .Philadelphia Phillies-will televise 78 base- sail, games, into the, N^ew York area next season under an agreement reported ., to have been reached Thursday between the National League team and station WOR-TV. ' •"-,•-.. TIPS With an increase in electric appliances in homes ..housewives should watch for danger ^signals of overloading. Otherwise, there is a 'threat':-of' fire, or''other tru ble. If your lights flicker,, fuses blow and the TV dims when another appliance is .turned on, have ain electrician check your -wiring, *'*-*• Generally defrosting a home freezer once a year is sufficient However,. defrost if -the frost is more • than', one-half inch over a 1 considerable area of the. refrigerated surface. * * * If not properly sealed, home .canned fruits and' vegetables may spoil and cause violent illness eaten. Ctoudy liquid often is sign of spoilage". * * * Bringing out the best flavor in foods often is very simple. processed cheese, for example, has the best flavor when it is served at room temperature. - • Ever .wonder why dieters often •appear to be lettuce eaters? Let 'tuce, although rich in vitamins A and C, is a low-calorie food It.contains 95 per-cent water. -In choosing'lettuce, the greener it is the'richer is. its vitamin content. * * # Nonfat dry milk will keep in a cool, dry place without reMgera tion for at least six months/ This is true if it-is properly packaged However,-if it has been reliquified it should be kept covered in the .coolest part of the refrigerator, as any pasteurized 'milk. *• r * Young girls may overdo things when first 'discovering perfume. In. a fragrance, as in dress and manners, teen-agers should enhance their youthful -vivacity, and charm with light floral-bouquets. Leave . richer, • deeper fragrances for the more mature-woman. Selecting a face powder-de pends not only on skin color but whether the skin is dry or oily. A lightweight powder is best for a dry skin while oily skin require heavier powder. . * * * Teen-agers faced with skin problems \will do well to check :heir daily living ^habits. Perhaps .hey are not getting, enough sleep, are rushing through meals or eating too many gooey foods instead of a balanced diet. * * * Earplugs and eye masks may sound - foolish to some • persons. But shutting out disturbing noises and lights may be the key to sound sleep. Try them long enough to see if they are what you need. * * * Women who like to use their perfume bottles to decorate a dressing table face-a loss of the precious liquid.' Perfume begins to evaporate once it has been 1 opened. It will last longer if stored in a dark, cool .place.-Use empty • bottles for decor. * * * Using, an expensive perfume only for those special occasions is a waste of perfume, as your lovely fragrance will, evaporate with time. To get the most out of- a bottle of perfume, don't save it, use it. - * * * A teen-age girl who struggles out of bed with; 10 minutes to dress, eat and rush pff .to school is not doing herself justice. Allow time each morning for^good skin care, a good 'breakfast and personal grooming. "_ • THE CARRIAGE BARN - - * . I 217-IlrhSf. Phone 4681 • Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sot., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER IAMPS. GIFFS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors ^ DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES, Vitality Slices no 95 styled for the young and young in heart Establiihed 1873 306 Fourth Street Larry Edward Helms, Bride / • • Photo by Bryce Bogard• MR. AND MRS. LARRY. EDWARD .HELMS are residing at 1811 Wright street-following their marriage Sunday-afternoon, October 20, at the Calvary Presbyterian church with-the Reverend Harold King officiating. • The bride, the former Patricia 'Ann Connors, is fche daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-Paul Connors, of 24 East Miami avenue, and the bridegroom is Jhe son of JMf. and Mrs. Ross Helms, of-Twelve, Mile. The,bride is a 1957 graduate of the local high school and is.em- ployed at the Farmers and Merchants State bank.'Her husband is * , L955' graduate of the. Twelve Mile high school and is employed by the Wolf Construction company. DR. 0. L BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist FOOT AILMENTS Offieet 314 North St. LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays'& Fridays 9 to 4 PERU OFFICE: 115 West 5th St. Mon, lues,; Thur., Saf. 9 to 8 Peru Phone: GRIDLEY 33674 House Strange '"^o't ^ AT ^ ABroadwa y Phone 3397 BANFF LTD. BLOUSON... ion word, t magnificent. An exciting indispensable for your foil wardrobe, every line and every detail says "il'x new and lews." The jlightly bloused top may be worn as shown or reversed to have the collar open in front. Striking in • red/block tweed wilh black collar and cuffs, Hack, cognac or flr«en tweed with white collar and cuffs. 10""' wool chenille. 8 to 16. <OQ.95 full-fashioned .., this BAN-LON sweater A pert and pretty sweater ..... with a mock-turtle neck that ii to.flattering . . . ,and full-fashioned for beauty / of fit. And in BAN-LON yarn that is a fashion miracle • because it won't wjinklo and waihet so easily, alway»_ holdina its shape. Luscious colors'in sizes 32 »oi 40. .98 APPARaSHOP , 320 Fourth St. '•< ;'•• "ix ^-'"tsvvnT !nno! if* i 3 §<.At*-r\^s '«*•' I Ml IK I tuar^Oa Um rUOLlU

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