Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 19, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, June 19, 1957. CAROLYN IRONMONGER EXCHANGES VOWS WITH JOSEPH THOMAS HERD Carolyn Rose Ironmonger pledg- tiny tacks and a very full bouf- ed her nuptial troth to Joseph Thomas Herd during an impres- fant skirt. A small half-hat of white orange blossoms accented sive double ring ceremony Satur- j her attire. She wore white acces- Helderle-Crarher Vows Read At Home Of Bride In Wolcott A • double ring ceremony was read Sunday evening, June 9, at the home of Mrs. Helen Helderle, of Wolcott, by the Reverend D. day evening at 6 o'clock at the! sories and a corsage of pink roses. Lester Niles, uniting Mrs. Helder- Kinffdom Hall in Rochester with The honor attendant wore a y el -'ie's daughter, Bonnie Lou, and low nylon gown with a yellow hat Kingdom Hall in Rochester with David Martin of Loganspcrt as the presiding minister. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ironmonger, of route 1, Royal Center, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Thomas Herd, near Kewanna. Bouquets of mixed flowers blending from deep lavender to blue, rose and pink, including delphinium, roses, sweet pea andinished home of the bride and and white accessories. The mother of the bride cht>se_ a periwinkle blue linen dress wilh beige accessories while the bridegroom's mother selected a medium gray dress with gray accessories. . An informal lawn reception was held for 75 guests at the newly fur- white lilies, provided an altar setting for the ceremony. Recordings were played as guests were seated for the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Ironmonger, of Kokomo, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor, and Tom Gunter, near Grass Creek, served as best man. bridegroom near Grass Creek. Friends of the couple, Mr. and Mrs. Don Vanata, served refreshments. The couple is now at home to friends and will take a. wedding trip to Wisconsin in July. The bride has completed her junior year at the Burnettsville high school. Her husband, a 1952 Given in marriage by her fa- graduate of the Grass Creek high ther, the bride appeared in a school, is employed as a mechanic waltz-length gown of blue nylon, at Hendrickson's Motor Sales in chiffon fashioned with a bodice ofi Logan.<rport. DOUBLE RING CEREMONY UNITES CAROLYN McDUFFEE, JIM MOSER Miss Carolyn J. McDuffee became the bride of Jim P. Moser during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternon at the Huntertown Methodist church with the Reverends Howard Western and Charles Rhodes officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lu McDuffee, of LaOtto, Indiana, and the bridegroom's par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Moser, erf Royal Center. Palms and baskets of peonies banked the altar. Mrs. Donna Dicker and John Smith, organist and soloist, provided bridal airs. Attending the bride were Miss Clara Ann McDuffee. sister of the bride, LaOtto, Mrs. Linda Middlesworth, Marion, and Miss Charlotte McDuffee, also of LaOtto. Robert Burlcy. of Royal Center, lerina-length. Her corsage was of pink and white carnations and baby breath. The best man was Hex Hendryx of Brookston, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. The bride was escorated to the altar and given in marriage by her brother, Chrisie Dean Helderle of Wolcott. Reunion Calendar DYKEMAN Sunday, June 23, C. T. Kinsey Reunion (Annual) West end of Pavilion and 2 South tables in the Breezeway—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Ahfield and Albeit Reunion, East end of pavilion and 2 North tables in the Schroder, Logansport; and Allen Delaney, of Churubusco, Indiana, were the bridegroom's attendants. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of net and lace over white taffeta, designed with a fitted bodice, an off-lhe-shoulder scalloped neckline edged wilh sequins and pearls, and long -lace sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands. The circular skirt, accented with panels of lace and net, cascaded into a chapel-length train. A small half- cap, trimmed wilh sequins and pearls, secured her fingertip veil of illusion. She carried' a' white Bible topped with a white orchid and stephanotis. The maid of honor, Miss Clara McDuffee, appeared in a gown of white 'organdy fashioned with an embroidered collar and purple sash. Her hat was white, and she carried a white Bible topped with purple orchids. Mrs. Middlesworth and Mist Charlotte McDuffee wore gowns styled indentically to that of tht maid of honor's. Both carried a white Bible topped with an orchid The mother of the bride wore a light blue lace dress with match ing accessories while the bride groom's mother chose a dusty rose luce dress with matching acces sories. Both wore white orehid cor sages. A reception was held in tni church parlors for 400 guests fo lowing the ceremony. The four tiered wedding cake was encircle with ivy and served by the Misso Pal Kmrich, Hetty Dicker, Hunter town; Margie Duvis, Indianapolis Jackie Bungcr, Cromwell; an Mrs. Katheryn Burlcy, of Roy; Center. For traveling the bride selceie a light gray suit with malchln accessories. The couple deparlc on a two-week wedding trip west. The hriile, a graduate of the llui tertown high school, attended Pu duo University where she was member of Alpha Xi Delta sod, sorority. Her husband, a gradual of the Royal Center high schor was graduated from the Purdi "University School Pharmacy. Methodist Minister, Family To Be Feted Reverend' Harry H. Hashberger, minister of .the Market street Methodist church, and his family will be honored at a reception Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church parlors. Rev. Hashborgor, who recently received a return appointment, is now serving his fifth year all the local church. He, his wife, and; two sons, David and Ronald, came| here from Fort Wayne. The entertainment during the evening will feature Diane Adams, Don J. and Allen K. Schmidt, and Royce Rose, There will also bo games and contests for group participation. Mrs. William Galloway is chairman of the committee which will rve refreshments' during the cial hour. All friends of the lurch are invited to attend. Lawrence A. Cramer. The bridegroom is tiie son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cramer, of Idaville and the bride is also the daughter of the late Lewis E. Helderle. A piano prelude was given by Janice Westerhouse of Wolcott preceding the ceremony. Palms and baskets of pink and white carnations, baby breath, pink roses, white glads and foliage enhanced the setting of the altar. The bride was attired in a princess style gown of white lace and crystalette, fashioned with a scoop neckline, full length sleeves with bridal points over the wrists and a full ballerina-length skirt. Her elbow length veil of white tulle was attached to a tiara of seed pearls and sequins which matched the trimming or. the neckline of the gown. Her bouquet was an arrangement of pink and white carnations, baby breath, English ivy and satin ribbon. She also carried a small white Bible belonging to the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Cramer. Mrs. Georgia Lou Hendryx, sister I of the bridegroom, of Brookston, attended the bride. She appeared in a gown of white net over blue taf- A reception was held immediate- Brcee ^*f y -^ 00 ^ ly following the ceremony. The serving table was covered in white damask, caught at the four corners with pink carnations and baby breath. The -table was centered with a three tier wedding cake topped with the miniature bride and groom. Cake decorations were pink and white roses o£ icing and wedding bells of chartreuse. The cake was surrounded by fern sprays on the table flanked with crystal candle holders holding white tapers on either side. Punch, wedding cake, ice cream, rose shaped mints of pink and white, nuts and coffee were served by Janice Westerhouse and Linda Oberlander, of Wolcott, classmates of the bride. Mrs. Bertha Miller of Wolcott and Mrs. Frank Waddell of Otterbein, aunt of the bride; assisted in the serving. Following a short wedding trip the couple will reside on a farm near Idaville. Sunday, June 23, Kelly Reunion, Tables 1, 2, 3, and 4 in the old Pavilion—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Joslin & Fleming Reunion, Tables 5, 6, 7, & 8 in the old Pavilion—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Arnett Shields family, 12:30 p.m. —k- HIVEKSIDE 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. iarroll county HD club, Mrs. Ef- Fie Guckien. -&Thursday 1:30 p.m.—Mothers of World War 2, Uni' 131, Onward Grange hall. 1:30 p.m.—Miami township HD club, Wilanna Jones. 2 p.m.—Wayne Friendly HD club, Mrs. Robert Young. 2 p.m.—GIA Social club, Mrs. Zora Campbell. Naomi Shrine No. 9, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, will hold a stated meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the IOOF hail. Officers arc asked to wear feta. The skirt was full and bal-' colored formals. SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday 6 p.m.—Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, progressive supper, Mrs. Betty Clayton. 7:30 p.m.—WSCS, Clymers Methodist church, at church. 7:30 p.m. — Cheerful Helpers class, Broadway EUB church, Mrs. Pearl Fife. 7:30 p.m. — United Lutheran Women 1 of St. Luke's church,'Mrs. Raymond Elnire. H p.m. — Washington township RAIL VETS CONVENE Thirty-one members attended the monthly meeting of the Pennsylvania Railroad Veteran Employees Association which met in the assembly room of the Barnes Hotel Tuesday night. Due to remodeling work at the Barnes hotel, the session was Ihe last of the summer. Programs will resume in September. Talks were given by Arthur D. Hensel, S. D. Dawson, Joseph C. Sulliyan, W. A. Fisherbuck and Thomas Lester. togansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Home and Hobby HD club met Monday evening at the home of Grace Smith, 511 Tanguy-street, with Virginia Swartzel and Olive Umbarger assisting. Pat Nicol opened the meeting with devotions. "True Friends." The history of the song of the month was given, and the song was sung. Roll call was answered with "a secret ambition I once !iad." Helen Shanks gave the secretary-treasurer reports, and the safety lesson was by Lucy Powlen. The lesson on "New Drugs" was given by Josie Hicks and June Thias who stressed that all parents should give children immunization shots before entering school; boost- er shots before they reach 12 years of age. They also said that tranquilizers should not be taken without 'a doctor's prescription, and aspirin should 'not b« taken before driving. It was'voted to pay the janitor at Mckinley scnool for the use of the gym. A report was given in the community center and more interest urged. A family picnic will be held at Spencer park in .July. The meeting dosed with a poem by Betty Angle. The theme of the entertainment was "June Wedding." Contest prizes went to Beverly Smith, Helen Shanks and June Land. Punch and cake were served to 19 members and one guest, Mrs. Stanley Smith. The First Mothers study club will entertain its children at a picnic Thursday at Riverside park. The merry-go-round .will be in operation from 11 a.m. until noon. 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