Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 22, 1957 · Page 72
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 72

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 22, 1957
Page 72
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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOCANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, ISST Bride Of Johii SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS War Mothers Hold Annual Yule Party Unit' 18, Mothers of World War. 2, held the annual Christmas party on Friday evening in the Memorial Home with a 6 o'clock dinner. Roast turkey was the feature of the meal with members providing their favorite dish. Tables were attractively decorated in keeping with the season. The Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison preceding the meal. Guests were Mrs. Lucin-da Julian, 2nd District President and Mrs. Gladys Bowyer, District Parliamentarian. Bingo was enjoyed following the dinner with prizes awarded to Mabel Shanks, Mildred-Prey, Karen Gangloff, Mable Guy, Leota Crispen,,Minnie Morrical, Cynthia Gangloff, Hazel Campbell, Charlotte Clay, Lucinda Julian, Jennie Strantz, Mae Porter, Anna Grusenmeyer and Minnie Schwartz. Members brought food for a Christmas basket for a Veteran's family instead of- the usual gift exchange. Serving on the committee for the dinner were Floren-ce Gangloff, Pearl Jones, Elizabeth Harnasch, Elsie Bushing, Naomi Douglass and Helen Barnett. The Unit will meet for its next business session on Friday, January 3. (Rabess-Burgman Photo) pleats trimmed with pearls. The M'ss Eleanor Ann" Girard ofi long sleeves . tapered to bridal South Bend, daughter of Mr. and I points over the wrists. The full Mrs. John W. Girard. route six, skirt was of ballerina length. She Logansport, and John R. Robinson, of Nappanee, Indiana, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson of Nappanee, were married Saturday, December 21, at 2 p.m. IK the Church of the Brethren with Rev. B. D. Hirt officiating. Miss Arlene Girard, of Chicago, and Mrs. Velma Miller, of Indianapolis, sisters of the bride, were the bride's attendants while Edward Gregory, of Sidney, Indiana, was best man. Ushering were Ted Harbit of Frankton, Indiana, and Jim Warren 1 of Nappanee. The service was read before an altar enhanced with branched candelabra, palms and red poinsettias> Vocalist was Harold Reiff and organist, Mrs. Harold Reiff. For her wedding the bride chose a gown of white Peau de Ange lace topping satin styled with a fitted bodice featuring a scooped neckline edged with tiny satin wore an illusion veil cascading from a pillbox of lace and pearls and carried an orchid with stephanotis and streamers of ivy. The bride's, attendants were gowned in iridescent taffeta of moss green featuring fitted bodices with deep V necklines in both front and back with two rows of cording flanked velvet ribbon trim. The skirts were fully gathered and Cell to ballerina length with corded and velvet trim at the deep hemline. Tiny velvet bows and streamers enhanced the. backs. Each wore a bandeau of velvet. They carried red poinsettias and Molly with moss green ribbons. Following the service, the couple were honored at a reception in the church. Following then 1 trip to Florida, they will reside in South Bend. The bride is. a graduate of Ball GODDESS OF TIME 17 jewels,. 2 diamonds, irnbresKable mainspring. $4950 SENATOR "EW" 17 jewels, waterproof". shock-proofed, unbreakable mainspring, anti-magnetic, radium hands and dial, sweep second hand, luxury expansion band. $4950 (also available wiW charcoal dial) / PHONE (2505 ff JEWELERS 5)6 BROADWAY. Bettie L. Anderson Bride In New York Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Anderson, of Delphi, announce the m-arriage of their daughter, Bettie Louise, to Airman' Robert E. Seabridge, son of Mrs. Charles Johnson, .of Reno, Nevada. The wadding took place November 1. at the home of Air Force Sergeant and Mrs. Vivian Olivers, of Long Island, New York. Rev. Edward Rockey, pastor of the Church of Christ, Bethpage, New York, read the service. Mrs. Chivers was matron of honor, and best man was Airman Second Class Leslie James, of Manchester, New 1 Hampshire. The bride wore a white suit accented with a small close-fitting hat,which secured a short veil. She carried a white Bible topped •with a white orchid. The Bible was a gift at the bridegroom. A" small reception was held following the ceremony. The.bride is a 1955 graduate of the Delphi high school and attended Nurses Training at St. Elizabeth hospital prior to entering training as an Air Force nurse. Her husband served with the Marine Corps for two years before entering the Air Force. He is now stationed at the Grenier ACT Force Base, New Hampshire, where he is serving as an x-ray technician. State Teachers college where she was a member of Delta Zeta, and Kappa Delta Pi sororities. She is a teacher in the South Bend school system. Her husband, a graduate -of Ball State, is a member of Theta Chi Fraternity and is employed in the dealer development department at Stude baker Packard Corporation in South Bend. Bride Of F. R. Thompson De.lphi Man Weds In Rites At Lafayette MA and Mrs. Edward Linsey of Indianapolis, announce the mar jiage of their daughter, Leoris Under, ' of Lafayette, to Pan! Schmitter, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmitter, route 4, Delphi The, wedding took place at St. Boniface church in Lafayette, Wed nesday /morning, November 27 followed by a breakfast at the Trails.- Mrs. Doris Andres served as matron of honor, and Tobias Schmitter was his brother's bes man. Rev. Kenneth A. Hans, pas tor of St. Joseph church, Gallon Ohio, officiated at the rites. Following a wedding trip to Ohi and the east, the couple is resid ing at 800 North Seventh street Lafayette. He is employed as- a welder by Consolidated Product at Lafayette. He bridegroom is also a Delph high school graduate. Girl Scout News Flowers or* the ideal way to remember those dear to you at . Christmas DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse Hallmark Christmas Cardi When You Care Enough To Send The Very Best COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana What nicer gift than a decorative and comfortable chair that shows quality, good taste? Come in with your list and browse. You'll like our selection. , Priced from $49,50 Up Miss Marilyn Theresa Wilson and A 1-c Frank Ray Thompson II, exchanged wedding vows during a single ring service December 7th in the Bunker Hill Air Force Chapel with Chaplain Lionel Dorias officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory A. Wilson, 1300 Smead street, Logansport, and her -husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parry Thompson of Paxinos, Penn. Sister Lyola of St. Joseph Parish, assisted by Sister Rosalind, played organ selections of "Angelic Chorse" and' "Air . Force Hymn". Arrangements of winter -flowers enhanced the chapel. Joan Thomas, 420 Tenth street, attended the bride while A Ic Ivan Dale Wheeler served the groom as best man. S. Sgt. Paul Talbott, was Sergeant at Arms and Sabre Bearers were A' Ic Frizell, A 2c Jones, A 2c Plach, A 3c Brown, A B Birkner and A 3c Dowell. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a white ankle- length gown fashioned of lace over net with a matching lace jacket featuring long tapering sleeves and a stand-un collar. Her veil of nylon net was secured to a princess crown enhanced .with lace and pearls. She carried a bridal •knote. oif- winter flowers. The matron of -honor wore a pink ankle length frock of nylon net designed with a lace bodice and a lace jacket. She wore rhinestone jewelry, gift of the -bride. The mother of the bride attended in a grey dress with black accessories while the groom's mother chose a blue taffeta dress with black accessories. Following the rites a reception was held at. 1300 Smead street for fifty guests with hostesses including Joan Thomas, Mary Lou Thomas and Joan Hutchcraft. For their .wedding trip the bride •wore a rose knit suit with black accessories. They have established residence at 1206M: Cummings street, Logansport. •The bride is a graduate of Logansport high school and is employed at Foster Furniture company. Her husband, a graduate of St. Edwards high school, Villanova University and Mt. St. Mary's College, is stationed at Bunker Hill Air Force Base. The theater party for all regis tered Brownie, Intermediate am Senior Scouts will be at 9 o'cloc! Monday morning. December 23rc It will be at the Logan theate and a free ticket for ten cent worth of- refreshments will be giv en each Scout. The time has bee changed from 8:30 to 9 o'clock The show, will be dismissed arouni 10:30. Scouts are asked to note th change of the time and tell thei friends. Mrs. George Webb, anc Mrs. Thomas Wilson are chair men of the children's Chrirftma party. • • Senior Troop 33 will meet in th Girl Scout Office Monday mornin after the theater party. Cookies and punch will be served. Mrs George Thomas, Senior leader, re quests patrol leaders notify a' Senior Scouts. . . Both the camp committee meei ing and the board meeting wi not be held in the month of De cember. Mrs. Walter Collins, chairman reports a 100 per cent return o the funds from the nut sale. Th profit from the sale" is for th individual troop treasuries to b used for Scouting purposes. YWCA Calendar Patsy Ann She!hart Spring Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. Don. Shelhart, Sr., of Royal Center, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patsy Ann, to Jake Haselby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Haselby, Star City, rural route. An early spring wedding is planned. Miss Shelhart is a graduate of Royal Center high school and is employed in the office of the Logansport Machine company. Her fiance is a graduate of the Star City high school and is engaged in farming. Mrs. R. Meinzer, executive secretary of the YVVCA has announced the following schedule: Monday, December 23 — Men's Duplicate Bridge, parlors, 7:30 p.m.; Farmers National Union, annex, 7:30 pjn. Thursday, December- 26 — Women's Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m., parlors. Friday, December 27 — Record Hop, annex, 8 p.m. All teen-agers in Cass county are invited. Saturday, December 28 Junior High canteen, 7-9 p.m., Young Adult Canteen, 9-lfL-:30 p.m. Never press a soiled or stained dress without first trying to remove the stains. Pressing may set the stain and also lead to more discoloration. • • 89th Christmas Day Mrs. Minnie Edith Jones, 1014 Woodland, will observe her 89th birthday anniversary Christmas Day, December 25th. Mrs. Jones is' the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David (Matilda Laymon) Light, o£ near Monterey, born in 1868. Her husband, Tom Jones, is deceased as is her son, Harley Rayle. She has a grandson, Reupert, who is taking college work at Chicago University. . She has two nieces; Mrs. Bertha Hardy, 101 Helm street, and Mrs. Jessie Eikelberner, of Logansport rural route. The newspapers would appreciate readers sending Mrs. Jones birthday and Christmas cards. (Staff Photo-Engraving.) Pretty on the black wool sheath is the medium-width,leopard belt.-. This is a belt style that's never out and therefore should be considered as an investment for many seasons. Ever found yourself staring at something in your glass besides the drink? Rinse ice cubes before using. Also wash and rinse ice cube trays before refilling to assure clean ice for family needs. Give Dinner For Wedding Part> Mr. and Mrs. Walter Closson en tertained at a post-rehearsal din ner party Saturday evening for th wedding party of Miss Sue Green and Jim Crisman who will be married this afternoon at the Baptist Temple. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crisman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Green, James Mader, Merrill Miller, Robert Hope, James Green, Thomas Green, John Green, the Misses Patty and Carol Crisman, Karen Bowling, Ann Butler, Louise Moss and Mrs. Thomas Parker. Housewives . with children and dogs will welcome a new silicone finish for upholstery fabrics. The finish makes the fabrics water- repellent and resistant to non-oily stains. When spots are washed, water doesn't penetrate the padding. • » * To look really well in Slacks, Capri pants or Bermuda shorts, one must be really slim all around. If you're not, it's more flattering to jour appearance to stick to skirts > Fine Furniture and Rugs at Budget Prices Buy Here and Save Anytime— Let Out; location Save You Money McTaggart's Home Furnishing Co. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1315 High Street iThe Most Treasured Gifts Come from Just Arrived! OPEN MONDAY Tit 9 p. m. for a Christmas she'll always remember! 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