Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 17, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 17, 1957
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Bix Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune BRIDE OF NICHOLAS J. MITT1CA Henry Linker Photo. MRS. NICHOLAS J. MITTrCA was Pauline Crincoli prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at St. Mary's church, Elizabeth, New Jersey. The bride is a resident of Linden, New Jersey. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Laurutti, of 1532 Woodlawn avenue, city. Following the ceremony a reception was held at LePrea hall in Roadie Park. New Jersey. Following a one week wedding trip west, the couple will reside in Linden, Now Jersey. The bride in a graduate of the Linden high school, and the bridegroom is a 1DK1 graduate of the local high school. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.' LINDA WIKEL PLEDGES TROTH TO JOE SPRINKLE AT YOUNG AMERICA Miss Linda Lou Wlkcl became the bride of Joe Lee Sprinkle during a double rinK ceremony Sun- tiny afternoon at 2:.'iO o'clock nt the Young America Congregal.lon- ;il Christian church with the Rev-lies crnrxJ Harry Una officiating. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. sheath dress of lace over taffeta with white accessories while tho Klma Wlki'l and Hnrolfl 0. Wlkcl. both of Knkomn, and the bridegroom's parunta urn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprinkle, of routf: 1, Walton. Twin ,i(!ven branch eanddlabra /Ic'inkcd by jiulmx and .itRmlardu of ytrllov/, blue and pink daisies provided a setting for the ceremony. T'r.'mk McCain, iicconijxinied by JVlr». Frank McCain, niing "I Lovi: Ymi Truly," "/lecauiie" and "Th« I/ord'H I'rnyer." Miim ,fiinl<; prnlhfir, of route 2, Galvcnton, wan ninid of honor, und liridcfimaldii were Mm. William Se- Kt'iHt, nt roiilc 2, Walton, ntirl Ml«« Janet Wilson, of Young Arnurlca. Wllllnm Hegriiit. brotlier-in-luw of the brldogroom, w;i» bent nuin, nnd unhcr« were Utmiild Cult, uncle of the hrirtn, YininH Amerlen, »fid Kidmrd Lee Ward, of lialtle Uround. The hrifli.-, itic»rli!(l down the •while-covered ulnle by her fiither, W.'IH atllrwl In a )!»wn nf white natln of riotir-hw.Ih with n ohapel- loiif/l.li train, iitylwl airing prlncciui llnwi with « front i>unr.l of Cliftfitllly lace nnd « luce yoke edged with *':»(J ponrln nnd iie'iulns. The long pI'ievcH tnpwwl to bridal polnlB over the hnndii, nnd nelf-covored button.') Kxlumlwl Irani tlio I'titar Van collar In (lie wnliilllnn. Her fingertip veil of illunloii wnn ne- turcd to ti crown of need pearls "rid xmiulim. Sho carried an jirrn Minn i'nithcr, maid of hnnnr, •WIIH nttlred in » yellow luce nnd net river tiiffnlu gown, f/uihlmied •with n BtniplesM bodice nnd bouffant, >Millrrlim-l<iii(!t)i /iklrl. A hnlo type lieadploee wnn secured lit the buck with short rlMmn ntreiitnern. film curried n boiKjuet of fvnlliur ffinilillonii rrintchliiK her gown. Tli(i lirld<:»innlrl/i wore. «owns ntyled like the mold of honnr'fl •with Mm. Sngrlnt In ley blue nnd Mlii.i Wllmiii, rone pink. They cur- rierl eoloiiinl bour|ueln of mulch- Inn wii'nnlloiiK. 7'tin peiu'l Jewelry <if thd iiltnnduntH wnn n gift of l.hu bride. for her (Iniu/hlerVi we/1'llnK, Mrs. Wlkel elmtio nil lew blue bridegroom's mother selected a dress of pink dncron In shirtwaist style accented with white acccssor- Both wore corsages of white feather carnations. Immediately following the Miss Judith Berg Guest of Honor at Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Judith Ann Berg, who will become the bride of Ed Simpson Sunday, was the guest of honor at a bridal shower Friday evening at the Ninth street Christian church where a blue and white motif was used in the decorations.' The bride-eleet is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Berg, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sharitt Simpson. A large white wedding bell was suspended from the ceiling with blue and white streamers cascading to .the corners of the gift table which was covered with lace over blue cloths. Favors were blue and- white nut cups with bridal rings fastended to the top. Guests were served ice cream, cake, coffee and tea. Hostesses for the occassion were: Mrs, Russell Morrical, Mrs. Eugene Conrad, Mrs. Arthur Pruitt, Mrs. Joe Sumpter, Mrs. Charles Acton, Mrs, Emery Gibson, Mis.? Sarah Ferguson, Mrs. Kenneth Brady, Mrs. Gilbert Smith and Mrs. Bernard Lowes. Those attending the shower in Miss Berg's honor were Mrs. William Berg, Mrs. Gilbert English, Mary Holmes, Mrs, Paul Morton, Mrs, Lloyd Moore, Mrs. Asher Wilson, Mrs. Hobart Shanks, Mr.s. Jerry Reese, Mrs. Leonard Lapcheska, Mrs. Victor Smith, Miss Pat Berg, Mrs. Ernie Johnson, Mrs. O. I. Beasey, Mrs. Mac Lybrook, Mrs. Donaldj Jamison, Mrs. Ralph Jones. Also Miss Esther Deitrich, Mrs. Charles Humes, Mrs. Mabel Palmer, Mrs. R. 0, Meinzcr and daughter Jane Ann, Mrs, Hazel Zeck, Mrs. Katie Nipple, Miss Lillian Duncan, Ml.w Ruby Deitrich, Mrs. Homer Bickell, Mrs. Ada Arnold Mrs. Tom Gillum. | Mrs. Earl Jamison and Mrs. Tom Gerrard. Also Mrs. Earl Burch and Kny, Mrs. Amiel Sallor.s and Elaine, Mrs. Al Stewart, Mrs. Harry Ren- konbergCT, Mlis Doris Simpson, Mrs. Hartley Plerson, Mrs, S. W. Simpson and Sherry, Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. William Klllion and Erin, Mr.s. R<ny Houk, Mrs. M. McCloskey, Mrs, Robert Holcomb, and Susan Aclon. MR. AND MRS. RONALD ALBRIGHT with n four tiered In ice blue lopped mony a reception was held for 200 guests in the church dining room where the serving table was laid wild an Ice blue tulle ovcriklrl and centered weddini; cake with orange blossoms. All the cry sttd service and appointments were carried out. In the pale yellow, bluo and pink motif. Hnslojmes were Mrs. Donald Call, Mrs. Klchfird /,. Ward, Minn Judy Koblnnn, and Ml.in Beverly Manning, of Young America. Following n wedding trip, tho couplo will reside at Deacon. The forlrlo nnfl bridegroom are grad- tint.cn of the Young America high school, she In HIM, nnd he In llffifi. Ho l.i employer! by <;h/irlra Dallon and the Hlnklo Ltimbur company. An after-rcrhearsiil party WIIH held at tin: church Saturday evening In honor of tho couple. Cnki! and coffee woro served to Minn licverly Manning, .Jerry Kcliiinlb, Minn Judy Uoblimn, J. C. Honey, Mlsn Junet Wilson, .Jerry HnrnitHH, Mlsii Jattlu Pralher, R«v- uruml /im! Mrs. Hurry llnu, Harold Wlkol, Mm. Illmn Wlkcl, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprinkle, Mr. and Jane Ann Conrad Receives Honors Jane Ann Conrad, of 141.1 High street, won two awards nt (lie at Clary. Indiana, Sunday, .She won a trophy In the 1B- year-okl advance group and a first place medal In the Ift-ycni 1 old beginners group. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conrad. Mm, Will Sej/rliit, Richard L. Ward, Mr, Mr. and and Mr«. Mrs. Why wait for Sales Buy H«r» and Sav« Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and l«t Our 9 a, m to 9 p m. Mon*y A I Low Catl Op»-i Dally—McTaggart's Michigan Strawberries (Froth— Not Frozen) 30 ib. cans 7.35 15 Ib. cans 3.95 PINEAPPLE (Froxnn) 30 Ib. cans 9.75 15 Ib. cans 5.15 Load Arrives June 19th Pick Up Fruit Aftor 8 A. M. WED. AaVane* Ord«ri Only All order* mutt b« r«- colvod by Tuatday noon. W* ar» now taking or- dnr> for othor fruits arriving In July. 315 Honna St. Don Catt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCain. This bride and groom nl this time pro.'inrilnd gifts t« their attendant:! and also exchanged gifts. RONALD N. ALBRIGHT AND BRIDE, the former Miss Patricia Ann Dixon, arc shown following their March marriage at FuHbn. A reception was held at the National Guard Armory for 125 guests following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Dixpn, of 723 West Broadway, nnd the bridegroom is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thurman Albright, of 120 Humphrey street. The couple is residing in Ihis city. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) VELMA MILLER, JUNE BRIDE-ELECT, GUEST OF HONOR AT BRIDAL SHOWER Mi.HS Volma Miller, who will he- come the bride of Chuck ttravos In Kokomo on Saturday, June 20, wa.s the guest of honor at a bridal showe-r Friday evening nl. the home of Lillian Clodi, VZ1 Tanguy street. Hostesses were Ml.ss Marie Wais- nor, Mr.s. Velta Lebo, Mrs. Mary Cain, Mr.s. Julia Rcvis and Mrs. Lillian Clodi. Mi.ss MIIIw Is employed ns chlof operator for the Indiana Bell Telephone company In this city. Pink nnd white streamers ox- Inmlorl from Un: chandelier lo tho gift, table centered with n pink umbrella. Blni(o was played with prizes going to Ml.w Delia M.ax.son, Mrs. Alyce I'tehm. J>orolhy 0'- Ilurni, Yvimno Campbell, Cinil Jones, Susnn Frey, ,/enn Edwards and Hetty Cooley. Invited guo.ils worn Mr.H. Marlhn Plschor, Mr.s. Dorothy O'llnrrn, Mr.s. Gn.ll Jonus, Mr.s. Loan Mo njlheny, Mi's. Clara Sims, Mrs. Kny Scngnnll, Mrs. Alyce Htilim, Mr.s, Virginia Hmicr, Mrs, Marilyn Winter, Mrs. Unity Cooley, Mrs. SiiHim Frey, Mr.s. Prtincc.H Wnshburn, Mr.s. llulli Lenon, Mrs. Oonevri tinker, Mrs. Klhyl Kusfw, Mrs. Myrtle Klumpp, Mr.s. Mnry THE CARRIAGE BARN ForrMt J. Read, Interiors 317-1 ltd SI. Ptiono 4681 Hour* 9 to I daily, extcpl Sol., 9 lo 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GUTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOlSTBtY ACCESSORIES i. Hi'' 'i v • 'ii'TT.'» every inch an automatic For »n«y, HUlnmntlc nawInK, tliari'n nolhlnx iiko n 1'fulTl In fuel, morn lliMn n\x rnlUInn vftiltfJltid r>wm?rn nui'nv, W» huva * } > f«IT far nvury pui'fl* nnil puruonn ,. , portnnlnn in luuidnomr cunpn Unit duublo »• liiKKiiKu . ,. mid eiifllom cublimt mod«l« with oxolu«)v« FlnKtirtlp Ltd. Oornn In «ri(l tan how [Vnll Klvnti • fnahlon touah to your elolh*i . .. mak«« tlicm "Ofliflnnlt by Youl" Juit Dial u. ^ For Stylal , j I j Ho illKi or QHrichmvrih y J n*»d«d. Jut) rJluf tor any ltll«h~pttiln lowing !• fancy •mt]rold»ry. UHTtMl OVAMANTM Barber Sewing Supplies 318 E. Broadway Phon* 4454 Cain, Mrs. Mable WyalL, Mrs. Vlr- 1,'inia Sieiiiwcclel, Mr.s. .lulia llcvls, Mrs. Lillian Clodi, Mrs. Edith Gil- Mrs. Mildred Galloway, Mrs. Wilmu Clark, Mrs. Joyce Pa- tdcsll, Mr.s. MH.-y Mitchell, Mrs. Lcwi.f, of New Wavorly, an-d Mrs, Miller, of Kokomo. The Mimes Ruby Fl.shor, B«r- hara Hn!.lor, Dclnrcs Max.son, LoroUn Campbell, Marie Walaner, Delia M'nx.son, Mnrllyn Smith, Uul.h Ilar- Strassur, Kunira Sway/.ue, Wilson, Betty Mnplc, lllcu, Betty Edwards, Shirley Hathaway, Jean -LnnKl>nh, Krtsllnc Sor- cn.icn, lluhy Fisher and Thelma HaWiekl, of Peru. ALw, Mr«. M.'ir«rKtl.a ForKU.H, Mrs. Kny Warner, Mrs. Sue Garland, Mm. Kenny Kroldor. Mrs. McredlUi DnLchuHs, Mrs. Sue IEr- Iclunn, Mr.s. Moxel Smith, Mr.s. (lenovu CliamlHir.s, Mrs. Donna Iterry, Mrs. Mlldral Galloway, Mrs. Wllina Clark, Mrs, Dona Mar- Monday Evening, June 17, 1957. Worthy Advisor Of Walton Assembly Rosemary Finnegan Honored At Party A farewell party was given in honor of Mrs. Rosemary Finnegan Friday evening at the home ot Mrs. Ray Jones, 1316 North street. •Mrs. Finnegan and her children are leaving Logansport to reside j in Delphi where she has'accepted a position with the Delphi Journal. During the evening, the honored guest received many lovely gifts. Refreshments were served to the following guests: Mrs. Herbert Greenstelder, Mrs. Jack Fairman, Mrs. Frank Baker, Mrs. Gerald Pancini, Mrs. Jack Walls, Mrs' Jim Hicks, Mrs. Joe Moritz and Mrs. Bob Schwartz. Reunion Calendar DYKEMAN Sunday, June 23, C. T. Klnsey Reunion (Annual) West end of Pavilion and 2 South tables in the Breezway—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Ahficld and Alheit Reunion, East end of pavilion and 2 North tables in the Breezeway—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Kelly Reunion, Tables 1, 2, 3, and 4 in the old Pavilion—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Joslin & Fleming Reunion, Tables 5, 0, 7, & ti in the old Pavilion—Noon. RIVERSIDE PARK Sunday, June 23, Carlson Reunion, Pavilion and Tables No. 1 & No. 4, Noon. SPENCER PARK Sunday, June 23, Raikes Reunion (Annual), Shelters No. 1 & No. 2, Noon. LODGE MEETING Young America Helmet Harrington Studio MISS JUDY ROBISON. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Robison, of Young America, was installed a.s worthy advisor of the Walton Order of Rainbow for Girls, No, 48, recenlly during a public installation ceremony. Installing officers were: Dixie Frey, installing officer; Judy Wil- Janie Price, mar Hinkle, musician: son, chaplain; shal; Marian Sonja IloIlinKsworth, recorder; and Ellen Wilson, soloist. Other officers installed included: Beverly Manning, worthy Cynthia Sturm, Mary ErbaugK Lola Canter, Mary Donna Caldwell, Patty White, Barbara Grain, Marilyn Grusenmeyer, Joan Wilson, Barbara Lybrook, Shirley Lacey, Linda Shawver, Jone Miller, Ellen Wilson, Betty Elliott, also substitute; Janet Layman, also substitute. Dixie Frey, Sharon Kay O'Donnell, Sonja Hollingsworth, Judy Chambers, Janet Chambers, Judy Yohn, Judy Wilson, Marian Hinkle, Janet Brower, Assistants to Mother advisor. The worthy advisor was escorted to the East by Cindy Coy, while the soloist sang "My Task". The retiring worthy advisor was presented behind the altar to sign the Bible and was then given a gift from the assembly. Reverend Harry Rea gave th« closing prayer after which refreshments were served. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) SOCIAL CALENDAR MONDAY 7:30 p.m.—Host Ever class, Broadway Methodist church, Mrs. H. E. Ahlfield. 7:30 p.m.—Home and Hobby HD club, Mrs. Grace Smith. 8 p.m. — L'Anguille chapter, NSA, city building. TUESDAY 2 p.m.—Eol township HD club 2, YWCA. ate ity; advisor; Sandra Beck, faith; nssoci- Carol Wilson, ehnr- Lnng, hope: Pnlly Bernico Patterson, treasurer; Joyce HollinRsworth,, chaplain; Belli Ann Su'lilegelmilch.i drill lender; Joy Cantor, love: Jnync While, reliflion; Dana Trill, mil lire; Lois Wilson, Immortality; Myrna Kay Shirley, fidelity; Anna IHiikta, Patriotism; Linda Rrowcr, service; Geraldine Wolf, confidential ohscr- ver; Jean M.'ixe, outer observer. Annolle Schlt'Kclmilch, musician; Linda Hinkle, choir director; Kl- len Ramer, soloi.sl; Sue Hwscr, Lo ( )g c !promr>lo.r; I'n! and Polly Hauler, No, Mfi, Knights of Pythias, \villl nil >k cswirl.s; ,!;uie( Willis, Ameri- mecl at 7:1(0 p.m. Wednesday. Tlve group will honor Hat-ley Mununert, who will gel his Sfl- ye-ar membership certificate. All members are urged to otlcnd. tin, Mr.s. Yvonne Campbell, Mrs. Shirley Mooy, Mrs. Barbara Dillon, Mrs. Martha Davis, Mrs. E- dlth Gllsinnor, Mr.s. .Jackie Gormley, Mrs. Jim Pnrmolw, Mrs. Donnn Jo SCTORRS, Mrs. Volla I/elm, M.rs. Martha Frank, Mrs, ninnclio Smith, Mr.s, Jenne Zelder and Mrs. Blllic Steinman. DR. 0. L BRAUN RoO. PotllntrM foot Speclalltt FOOT AILMBMTS Offlc., 314 North St. LOOANSPORT PHONE 3330 W>dn»f)uy» A Friday! 9 It 4 wi ulvJ Hit wovt (hot Ml.nlly ABK IUSTH TO TOW HAH inclnile/i iittamfioo. thoplng, nnif IHT! Make, your appointment soonl JEANNE'S BEAUTY SHOP' VM S. Third J'liiimi 21157 Summer in a David Crystal Wondirful, wondtrfol CruUalln** of rayon and oc«lol« ... don* o« only DAVID CRYSTAL do« a ip«c»aior. ll'i cool, and imort with n«al banding, pofch pock«l» ,, , and a chic illm fklrl. •i«a. 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