Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 18, 1957 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 18, 1957
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fwo Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune JOAN KYBURZ BECOMES BRIDE OF DORAN WALLACE AT MONTICELLO The First Christian church of Monticello was the scene of a wedding Sunday afternoon, June 9, •when Miss Joan Kay Kyburz became the bride of Doran Gene Wallace with the Reverend D, Lester Miles officiating at the double ring rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi E. Kyburz, route 1, Idaville, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and. Mrs. Vernie D. Wallace, of route 2, Camden. Twin seven branch candelabra, palms and gladioli and carnations banked the altar-where the couple was married. Joe Wallace, of Cdmden. the bridegroom's brother, lighted the tapers. Miss Carol Schlegelmilch played bridal selections and accompanied Bob McCain, of Flora, when he sang "Because," "I Love You Truly" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Bettie Kyburz, of Idaville, was her sister's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Juanita Miller, cousin of the bride, of Wolcott; Miss Mnlba Weese, of Springfield, Illinois; Miss Joan Hinton, of Springfield; and Miss June Wallace, sister of the bridegroom, who was junior bridesmaid. George Wallace, of Camden, brother of the hridegroom, was best "man, and ushers were Eldon Eobeson, Logansport; Jim Wallace, of Camden, brother of the bridegroom, Eugene Kyburz, brother of the bride, of Idaville; and James Hunt of Idaville Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a floor- length gown of Chantilly lace and tulle over satin fashioned with a bouffant skirt and chapel-length train The front panel of the gown and rounded necklines were designed with scallops of alliqued lace Her fingertip veil was secured to a crown of seed pearls and sequins She carried a white Bible topped with a large white orchid. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom Identical ballerina-length gowns of white sheer eyelet over blue taffeta were won by the bridal attendants They were styled with bouffant skirts and wide blue taffeta sashes extending to the hemline in back They also wore matching picture hats matching their gowns and carried colonial bouquets of white carnations, centered with blue carnations Terri Lynn Jackson, cousin of the bride, of WelcotC, was flower girl, and Gary McVay, also a cousin of the bride, was ring bear- jer Terri Lynn wore a white eyelet floor-length dress featuring a wide blue sash She scattered rose petals from a tiny basket Gary carried the rings on a white satin pillow trimmed with lily-of-the-valley. The mother of the bride wore a navy blue net over taffeta dressj with while accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a lavender flowered dress with white accessories. Both wore white carnation corsages. A reception was held at the church social rooms following the ceremony. Hostesses were the Misses Mary Lou Best, of Burnettsville; Betty McMullen, Doris | Weese, Nelda and Melba MaLott, all of Springfield; Mrs. Louise Huinrich, aunt of the bride, of Wolcott. Assisting at the serving table were Miss Shirley Hunt, of Idaville; Miss Frances Grimrnet, Springfield; and Mrs. Marietta Kyburz, of Idaville. The bride is a graduate of the Idaville high school and (he Tele-' vision and Electronics Personnel j Training School of Omaha", Nebras-' ka. She is employed witli Omcross Communication system in Springfield. Her husband is a Deer Creek high school graduate and is employed with the McDermond Wood Works in Springfield. Following a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Springfield. SOCIETY LHS CLASS OF 1907 GATHERS FOR "GOLDEN REUNION" AT BEN HUR Thirty-six persons attended the monn, Edward Waters, Herbert reunion of the Logansport high school class of 111(17 at the Ben Hur Sunday, beginning with a 1 o'clock dinner. Miniature . "Tattlers," the yearbook first edited by this class, marked each place. They included the menu, the program of the day and a list of class members and their addresses. Following the meal, a program was held. Tribute was paid to deceased members, and letters were read from those unable to 1 attend. The afternoon was spent with each member giving a resume of his or her life during the past 50 years. Name cards were worn by members bearing their names and tied with golden ribbons. members attending were Keesey, Anna Buchanan Young, Charles Murphy, Russell Cantley, James Smith, Harold Hendee, Nelson Shafer and Nellie Hunn. "4 Teens" Entertain At Lioness Dinner Lioness club enjoyed a dinner meeting at Lindesmith's Monday evening with 15 members attending. Cam Strey, vice-president, conducted the business meeting. Louise Hutchcraft read the secretary's report and roll call. Gertrude Myers gave the treasurer's account. "The Four Teens," from the Lottie Benica Bell, Logansport; Harry Blasingham and wife, Indianapolis; Virginia Bradfield, Logansport; Emmet Brumbaugh and •wife of Omaha, Nebraska; Guy Cook and wife of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Ethel Davis Throckmorten of Western Springs, Illinois; Frank Dock and wife of Springfield, Ohio; Amy Fawcett Smith and husband, Logansport; Clyde Gish of Rome New York: Marie several numbers. The group in-, L Gross Coric of Laura Jacobson Peoria, Illinois; M.clntyre and guest Mrs. Maude Mason of Topping, Virginia; William Harlol of iNarbelh, Pa.; Roland Mutton and wife, Logansport; Gertrude Johnston Waters, Logansport; Robert Justice, Ixjganspurt; Bertha Kirk Flora and daughter of Indianapolis; Carl Lux and wife, Losans- porl; Ralph Pitman of West Palm Beach, Florida; Ethel Richardson, Grace Shafer Conrad, Florence .Sehwalm Jay, Ethel Scott Justice, all of Logansport, and Edna Toland Snider ot Tucson, Arizona. Also attending as guests were Cleva Prescoc Escosa, who was a member of the 1UOB class and .artist on the 1007 Taller; Josephine Ilensley Cantley, widow of a class member; and Will Ball, who •worked dn the original Taller. Members unable to attend were Elizabeth Kikclliorncr Van Valkenburgh of Wenatchce, - Washington; George Elliott, Hollywood, California; Lucrotia Farn.sworth Edgell, Inglewood, California; Dwight Fisher, Monrchou.se, Missouri, Ruth Kenny Kvans, Taylorville, Illinois, Bertha Levinson.l John Tootl, May Vanco, Ernest Wilkins of California, and Russell Wood of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Members of the class deceased •were Florence Fickle. Sagie' Velle Fenton Klla EnglebrccM Trautman Roscoc McGinn.is, George Hoff- InstantTaste* is gone! The Miami township HD ciub will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Wilanna Jones.. Ellen Smith 'and PhyJKs McCleary will assist. St. Joseph hospital Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the hospital. A good attendance is desired as final plans for the bazaar and baked ham supper will be made. The GIA Social club will meet with Mrs. Zora Campbell, 700 Bringhurst street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Deer Creek township War Mothers No. 2, Unit 96, will meet at the home of Mrs; Ella Crockett Friday for_ an all-day meeting. Robes will be made for the veterans hospital. Members are asked to bring sewing equipment, and machines are asked to bring them. United Lutheran Women of St. Luke's church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Raymond Etnire. Mrs. Francis Van Allen will have the lesson. The Friendship class of the Market .street Methodist church will meet at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The WSCS of the Clymers Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. The 4-H Booster HD club will meet Wednesday at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Madge Dutchess in Galveston. Roll ca'.l will be answered with "memories of dad." Marriage licenses were issued yesterday by county clerk, Elizabeth Bicker, to John H, Long, Jr. of 17 Mildred street and Freda M. Davis, city; Lewis M. Viney of 325 Michael street and Glenda Hayden of Rt. 1, BurnetLsville; David Spurgeon Rans of Rochester and Ruby L. Clayburn of !• Spring street; Alfred Franklin Graham of Rt. 5, city, and Betty Louise Moore of lit. 1, Logansport. Alpha Kappa Chapter, Tau Phi Lambda Sorority, Supreme Forest Woodman Circle, will hold a progressive supper Wednesday eludes Robert Smith, T h e 1 m a Moore, Robert Boyett and Leonard Farrell, accompanied by Betty Flowers. The next meeting July 15 will be in charge of Geneva Mammon- tree, Eloi.se Kimcs and Mille Apt. Local Girls Win Baton Competition Connie Leavell and Diana Kay Cover received awards for baton and flag twirling in competition at Gary Sunday. Connie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leavell, of Lucerne, won the second place trophy in .solo twirling and second place in flag baton twirling. Diana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cover, Twelve Mile, won a secant! place medal in beginners and sixth place in advance. Both girls won first place trophies duet. the cppcbizor at the h»ir:e of Mrs. Betty Clayton, -Z201 Jefferson street. The salad will be served at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dolores Morgan, 521 Wheatland avenue with the main course at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Doris Green, 711 Eighteenth street. At I!:J5 p.m. members will have dessert at the home of Mrs. Virginia Shanks, DIG W. Linden avenue. Members are asked to take their own table service for the main meal. A surprise "Lullaby" shower was held at the Lutheran church basement at Walton lor Mrs. Sharon Rush. Hostesses were Mrs. Wiima Rhodes, Mrs. Donna Blinn, Mrs. Marilyn Blinn and Mrs. Jane Nicholas. The gift table was decorated BRIDE IN RITES AT PERU Cornett Studio, Peru MRS. KENNETH L. TOWNSEND was Miss Rosemae Neher prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock on the 2iUh wedding anniversary of the bride's parents. The ceremony was read at the First Baptist church in Peru with the Reverend Miles Raisor, pastor of the Oakdale Baptist church in Peru, and the Reverend A. E. Neher, uncle of Die bride of Indianapolis, officiating at the doubles ring rites. The bride is the daughter of Iv!r. and. Mrs. Wilbur H. Neher, of Peru, and the bridegroom is the son- of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Townsend, ot route 3, Frank- Jin.. Attending the wedding from this city wore Mrs. A. W. Bowyer, grandmother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Mir.nick, aunt and uncle oC the bride, and Richard Minnick. A reception was held at the Peru Civic Center following the ceremony. Among [he hostesses were Mrs. Minnick, city, and Miss Betty Sanderson, Camden. After June 30, the couple will reside at route 3, Franklin. The bride is a Peru high school graduate and was graduated ' from Franklin college June 2. She wi(t be teaching in Whiteland, Indiana, elementary school next fall. Har husband is a Franklin high school graduate and is a senior at Franklin college. He is also engaged in farming. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Legion Auxiliary Hears Reports Of District Meeting American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, heard reports of the second district meeting at Morocco when members met Thursday evening at Memorial home, Mrs. Lucille Michaels, president, was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Lillian Sherman read a special "Flag Day" prayer. Mrs. Jessie Saunders and Mrs- Agnes Shanteau, delegates attending the recent second district meeting, gave annual reports of district chairmen. Unit 60 received 2nd prize for their Poppy window display. The display appeared in the Foster Furniture Store window and was set up by Mrs. Lucille Michaels, Mrs. Lillian Sherman, Mrs. Jessie Saunders and Mrs- Una Rozzi. Mrs. Rachel Foulks, Wolcott, chi:d welfare chairman told the group that 1,977 needy children had been helped at an expense of $1,766.00. Mrs. Ethel Ingelson of East Gary, community service chairman reported a total of 1,152,000 hours of service were donated by members and a total of $18,000.00 spent on all welfare drives, hospital equipment and community projects. Mrs. Hazel Kirkpatrick, Delphi, Girls' Slate chairman, reported that 76 girls from the 2nd district would attend Girls' State at Bloomington on I. U. campus in June. This school is sponsored and 'financed by the American Legion Auxiliary and expenses of each girl are paid by each unit or other clubs or organizations wishing to send a girl- One hundred and sixty attended the Girls' State tea at Lafayette on June 9th. IVR's. Frieda. Noel, Galveslon, Rehabilitation chairman, reported an expenditure of $5,417.74 for the relief ot veterans and their families in the district- This amount is earned through the sale of Poppies on Poppy Day, Mrs. Agnes Shanteau, Logansport State Hospital chairman, extended an invitation to district to attend a picnic at Riverside Park in Logansport on July 10th for the veterans at Longcliff State Hospital. She announced that the Tuesday Evening, June 18, 1957. Two From Walton Hgve State Offices In Rainbow Meeting Miss Marian Hinkle, past worthy advisor of the Walton Order of the Rainbow for Girls, will serve as grand musician, and Miss Beulah Hall, mother advisor of the Walton assembly, will serve as grand choir mother at the seventeenth grand assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls to be held at Indiana university from Tuesday through Friday. Miss Hall also is directing the Memorial to be presented Thursday afternoon by members of the Walton assembly and the grand choir. Cynthia Ann Sturm is serving as a page to Miss Hall, and Judy Robison, worthy advisor of the assembly, will present the assembly report and carry the assembly flag. All other members from Walton will serve in the grand choir. They are Anna Hinkle, Beverly Manning, Katliy Ream, Joy Canter, Lola Canter, Mary Donna Caldwell, Betty Elliott, Geraldine Wolf, Dixie Frey, Pennie Kinnaman, Marilyn Grusenmeyer, and Barbara Lybrook. Lola Canter and Alice Jane Price will receive the Grand Cross of Color degree Thursday, and Judy Yohn and Judy Chambers will receive the majority degree Wednesday niglii. The sessions Tuesday evening and Thursday afternoon and Friday morning are open to the public, while the other sessions are open to Masons and the Order of Eastern Star. Psi lota Xi National Meeting To Be Held The Gflth year of Psi Iota Xi s> rority will be celebrated at the annual national convention June 20-22 at Terre Haute House, Terre Haute, Indiana, with 1110 delegates attending from 89 chapters. Attending the Diamond Jubiles convention from here will be Mrsi Edgar Closson, president and Mrs. Robert Kitchell. official delegates, and Mrs. Robert White and Misi Tina Winings. The climax of the event will bo the Diamond Jubilee formal dinner Saturday night with an address by Phil N. Eskew, superintendent of Sullivan schools, whose subject will be "Poor Man's Philosophy of Life." SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesny 8 p.m.—Fidelity chapter 58, OES, Masonic Temple. Wednesday Noon—Royal Neighbors of America, Mrs. Pat Frye. Noon—St. Veronica study chit), Riverside park. 1:30 p.m.—WSCS, Belhc! Methodist church. Clay township, Mrs. Edith Davidson. 2 p.m.—Mctca Baptist Mi.ssinaaiy society, Mrs. Ethel Reed. used clothing room at the hospital, slocked ami staffed l>y Unit 00, is the largest in the State. Memorial services were conducted for 3li members who passed away in the district this year. Mrs. Frieda Noel, Galveslon, was elected as president to serve 2nd district for t'.ie next year. Following district rcporis, Mrs, Matilda Hubson announced that she had placed a flag lor deceased veteran Clarence Stevens who passed away at veteran's hospital in Indianapolis llus week. Mrs. Michaels, president., announced that next meoting on June 27 would be election of officers. The service sales prize was taken by Mrs. Hobson and the membership attendance pri'/.e was unclaimed. Wed. Morning S-p-E-C-J-A-L-S Terrific Buys! Reg. 94c each FULl CUT, TWILL GIRLS 7 SHORTS Zipper back D-ring band log Sizes 7-12 3-6x. 00 • Red • Green. • Navy • Black E Instant Folgers Coffee with pink and blue crepe streamers. During the shower prizes were awarded Mrs. Paul Rush and Mrs. Donna Weaver who presented them to the honored guest. Also attending' the shower were: Mrs. Virginia Rush, Mrs. Dorothy Wolford, Mrs. Berneice Kranz, Mrs. Eileen RHchey, Mrs. Henry Farrcr and daughters and Mrs. Mildred Layman, Logansport. Mrs. Lena Hodges, Covington, Ohio; Mrs. Bea Layman, Mrs. Lydia Layman, Jean Ann Layman, Mrs. Owen Wolford, Mrs. Claudia Rush Mrs. Lucille Hush, Mrs. Agatha Rush, Mrs. Sandy Townsend, Mrs. Rosalind Kinney', Mrs. Catherine Hinkle, Marian Hinkle and Mrs. Elizabeth Layman. JOHNSON REUNION- Thc second annual Johnson family reunion will be held Sunday, July 7, at the Winamac park. There will be a basket dinner at noon. Miss Sue Johnson Engaged To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Johnson, of Clymers, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sue, to Keith Julian, of Onward, son of Mrs. .Clark Titus, and the late Harley F. Julian. The couple has not set a wedding date. Miss Johnson is a 19!>7 graduate of the local high school. Her fiance, a Walton high school graduate, is employed by Alpha Industries in this city. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse _L GUEST OF HONOR Mrs. Josephine lies, route 1, city, was entertained at a covered dish dinner recently at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles lies. Sr., the occasion marking ths retirement or Mrs. lies from the H. W. Gossard company whcr« she has worked for 25 years, Mrs. lies has three children: Mrs. Herbert Campbell, Flora; Robert and Charles. Jr., of Lo- gansporl. She also has eight grandsons, a granddaughter, and a great grandson. Attending were Marie Shorrill, Nellie Hand, Kate Wysoim. Iva Hicks, Gallic Rice. Geneva Cain, Ruth Coppernoll, Ruby Deitrich, Sarah Ferguson, Nola Webster, Ethel Morris, Josephine Scott Martin, Helen Bulz, Ora Voder, Marion McKce, Marie Hardt, Ernestine Shanks, Kdilh lies, Bernice Robison. Ethel Townsend, Ora Voder, Hazel Hi!!. Ruih Newport, Oca Haiikee. Helen Kern and Eunice Bieghlcr. Personals Mrs. Rose Unkefcr, Mrs. Hessto Wolf and Mrs. Nellie Alfrcy, all of this oily, attended the Call-Weaver wedding Sunday at Kokoino. Thelnstant Taste is done! ers Coffee Stops Heart Gas 3 Times Faster t An nmiulne ""la I''"* Inlilot containing lh» fHtBil-ncUna nudltke known, U taklni Hit country liv iform. This f union* Bcff-nii* tnMnt fur ncfd (iiillan'tlnn, »n«, hnnrttiurn, and tour it cm ach 50 nt aim no Imrmful ikugt, Itunllvei, Ultlrln nr trnniulllinri. Crrtinml Inlinrntnry tnntn trov* D«ll*in» tnh- J*U nnu trail to 3 llniat in much ilomnoh aridity In unc minute u many ionilfng<Jfiii>«1(ve Inbuilt. Gut Ettll'Ktii toJiy for the Ttitoit known nlUT. BOYS' 2 PIECE CABANA SUITS • Sizes 3-8. • Formerly $1.29 \ 00 • Short Sleeve. For mother's little treasure , . . easy care Cabana West- ' ern printed broadcloth short sleeve shirts rate TOPS! NO IRON SHOUTS A REAL VALUE AT 35c, EACH REGULARLY • Colored print, boxer top 3/97 • Sizes 3-8 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE PRINT SHIRTS REGULAR VALUE 59c EACH Sizot 3-4-6 3/97 Broadcloth and plisse WEDNESDAY SPECIALS SPRING AND SUMMER COATS Vaues to $22.95 A MOST outstanding group of summer cover-up. Some with printed lining. Some of these were used in $35 ensembles. M-any colors from which to choose. Junior and Missy sizes. 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