Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 22, 1957 · Page 101
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 101

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 22, 1957
Page 101
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE SEVENTEEN Miss Jacot Bride Jam. 17 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jacot. 217 Twentieth street, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Carole Jane Jacot, to Keith R. Hinkle, route four Logansport, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hinkle of Twelve Mile. Tney will exchange wedding vow s January 17th at St. Joseph church. The bride-elect attended Logansport high school and is employed at RBM. Her fiance, a graduate of Metea High school, served with the Army and is a working foreman at the RBM. SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Hornbeck Employes Stage Yule Dinner, Party At Ben Hur The annual Christmas banquet for employes'and their wives was staged by the Hornbeck Construction company Friday evening at the Ben Hur dining room where a turkey dinner was served, carols sung and a gift exchange enjoyed. The dining room was decorated ,ss During Candlelight' Rites Lovely in a gown ot misty nylon tulle, Miss Sheryl Dawn Vinyard repeated wedding vows with Pfc. Thomas Roger Smith c'uring a candlelight ceremony in a yulelide motif with the center; Saturday al'ternoon, of attraction oeing a flocked tree.J2lst, at 4:30 p.m. December Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hornbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kennard, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry McLellan, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Willis, Mr. and Mrs Harold McGuire, Mr. and Mrs'. Homer Wilson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Browo, Mr. and Mrs. 'Jom Strasser, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hornbock, Mr. and Mrs: Wayne Hornbock, Mr. Bill Finks find Miss Janet Frank, Mr. David Hester, Mr. Don Hornbeck, Mr. Daniel Willis Jr. Smith. and Miss Judy The Rev. Allied Gerni read the double ring' service in the St. James Lutheran church which united in marriage the daughter with more than 150 guests attending. The bride's table was covered with white satin topped with red net with gree.iery floral arrangements caught in the skirt. The TIPS four tiered wedding cake, topped, — „— with a bell, centered the table. b Punch, nuts and mints were also The holiday season is upon us. Many housewives add a fillip to the dining tab'y with candle arrangements. Candles will burn evenly without dripping if they rue chilled in the refrigerator 24 b.ours before ust. * * * A vacuum cleaner can be a moth killer. The Department ol served. Hostesses included Miss Kay Kumler of Logansport, Miss Vi- of Mrs. Norma M. Vinyard, 124;vian Smith of Reynolds, Indiana, West Roselawn Drive, and .the I and Mrs. Noima Parker, also of late Charles Vi'nyard, and the son! this city. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. : The bride is a graduate of Lo- 1 gansport high school with the class of 1955 and is a senior at St. Elizabeth's Hospital school of Smith of Poniiac, Michigan. MISTY. TULLE Escorted lo the altar and pre- Flounces appear on those 1924 type evening dresses in the 'Paris collections. They're made of silk crepe, and in them you can look just like your mother did when she was a flapper. * " # Gold-color stockings are the latest thing in Paris. They're a real woven thread, not just a surface color. * " # Many women are immaculate in their dress but overlook a cigarette breath. Just as in the case oi bad breath from many causes, this should be avoided because it offends others. Usually mints, or even water, will help clear this away until one can brsuh her teeth or gargle. * " * Many women i:se a hand brush constantly and then • wonder why •Jieir hands are becoming dry. This is a situation where experimenting will nelp. A person with c'ry skin may use a hand brush but not as frequently as one with- oily skin. * •• * Take an extra second or two after washing your hands. This is to assure a thorough drying. If hands are left damp, they may become rough and red. This is especially true in winter. Hairdo Is Key To Teener's Personality Teen-agers who pull their hair;secured lo her bandeau of rose- .I,.,^I,I h=,.v int* s innir nnnvipomt lace sprinkled with sequins sented in marriage by her uncle, Carl S. Ruemler the bride's gown of tulle was designed with a flattering, bodice of tuile accented by a soft yoke oi Chantilly lace which created a scalloped neckline. The sleeves were brief and the gracefully lull . skirt, which flowed to chapel length, was highlighted with scallops of lace. An imported illusion fingertip veil was straight back into a lank pony P°; nt J^ c1 <; f™ lail are doing themselves an in- ""' justice. The pony lail is a hairdo that is becoming to relatively few "iris. The fact that it's easy to do is no excuse. You might just as well skin your hair back into a tight bun. That's easy to do, too, but nobody thinks it's pretty. The pony tail does something else fqr that's negative: it sequins and pearls. Siie wore elbow-length ace und of white tovacuum fur , lHlu . e twice a week lg dislodge and cpjsh eggs flnd young larvae whose ravenous appetites can riddle fabrics. v * * This isn't exactly new, 'but it's a must at present in Paris; three rows of pearls on a black afternoon dress. ever since state visit. Anniversary Christmas Day This has been true Queen Elizabeth's Nursing in Lafayette. Her husband, | Here , s a noLJon from paris lhat a graduate of attended Flint Jr. College in Flint, Michigan, and is stationed at Fort Sijl Army Base, Lawton Oklahoma. • For their wedding trip to Northeastern Michigan, the bride changed into a navy wool sheath dress with white and navy accessories. is not likely to become the latest fashion: a fur covering for an umbrella to match your coat. You change the covering as you change your coat: mink, beaver, MR. AND MRS. D. D. GALBREATH, of 614 Tanguy street, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Christmas Day with a family dinner at the home of -the latter's sister, Mrs. Harry Hartman, ^amden. The couple was married December 25, 1907, at the Evangelical parsonage at Royal Center. They resided five miles north of Burnettsville until ten years ago when they moved to their present home, Mr. Galbreath is a retired leopard. A half-cup oi cocktail sauce is usually enough for a can (6 ounces) of crabmeat. makes you look just like a thou- and other teen-agers. If you on't want to be remembered, it ou don't want a personality of our own, then the pony tail Is our hairdo. If you want a hairstyle that is .dividaully becoming, that is retly and easy for you to do. xperiment. If you can afford it, ave an expert style it just once nd ask him to show you how to et it. When you see the new style, ou won't be tempted to return to le sloppiness of your old hairdo. Women who scrub face powder nto their faces daily are encour- ?ing enlarged pores, grubby- 'Oking skin, blackheads and wrin- les. Sound frightening? It is. Powder is the lightest makeup ou use and it should be fluffed n, gently. Use a big swansdown r lamb's wool puff and float the owder on. Keep pressed powder r pressed cream-and - powder oundations for touch-ups away om home. The box of powder on your dressing table should be icice send him to 9 Check this list for him D SLIP C GOWN [J BLOUSE SHORTS SLACKS SKIRT D DRESS KNITS COAT SUIT CAR COAT ROBE FORMAL Q SWEATER GIFT CERTIFICATE All Gifts Beautifully Wrapped Free of Charge 326 -East Broadway oose powder always. The puff hould be the lightest you can nd. gardenias. Vows were repeated before the altar which was graced with palms, white gladioli and white pom pom bouquets and branched candelabra holding slim lighted tapers. Mrs. Meribsh Kraut was organist and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Marianne Ruemler who sang The Lord's Prayer as the couple knelt a: the'altar. Other selections included "Oh Perfect Love," "Melodic," "Romance" and "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring." ATTENDANTS Miss JoAnna Hafert, 916 East Market, was honor attendant and Karla' E. Vinyara, sister of the bride, Linda Grube and Joyce Montgomery, of Delphi, bridesmaids. The honor attendant and bridesmaids appealed in gowns styled ol white Chantilly type lace featuring bouffant ballerina-length skirts. The camisole bodices were sharply accented by wide midriffs of white satin. They wore picture hats of tulle and satin of holly red sprinkled with pearls and sequins and red satin shoes. Their white gloves were wrist length and they carried nosegays of white carnations centered with red carnations. Jane Layman Bride Of Wayne Burleson Miss Jane Layman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Layman of 406 Helm street, exchanged wedding vows with Wayne Burleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Burleson 1116 North Broadway, Leavenworth, Kansas, during a single ring service in the Gospel Chapel in Loga'nsport, Saturday, December 21st, at 7 p.m. farmer. j Mrs. Galbreath also has one brother, Henry Edgeriy, 607 Eleventh The carpet bag is back in style. I 5lreet - c ' ly " . Big and roomy too, and in colors j that go with everything. Paris shows bedjackets of blue over matching blue For evening, from Paris: gloves of lame made to match a dress. " * . * Healthy gums mean as much to your appeararce as sparkling teeth. A good diet, regular brushing and gum massage should keep The Rev. Claude Pell official-j—,, ed at the service. Dorothy Derryberry, 525 Bates street, and John Henry, 1231 Chicago street, served the couple. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore for her. wedding a gown designed of white lace. The bride is a graduate of Logansport high school. Her hus- and, who resides at route two ogansport, is an employee of the' IBM. them pink and firm. Patty Watkine, cousjn of the bride, attended the, couple as flower girl in a white dotted swiss frock with red shoes' and red orThea'dTith"! 'pTece^FTteriie rosebuds accenting her hair She ._ ....... ... . itn*>i*inH n hQclrnf r»F rr»cft Tuarn'Q cotton. Your skin will benefit and 'our make-up will take on a far ofter, more natural look. Do you feel that an evening at lome alone is a lost evening? It sn't. It can be turned into what- :ver you wish it to be. You can read, rest and relax and thereby look prettier the next carried a basket of rose petals. John Lincoln Wells of 218 East Broadway, attended the groom as best man while ushering guests to their seats were Robert Watkins, 415 Montgomery and William Seybold of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. MOTHER'S ATTIRE For her daughters wedding Mrs. 1 ay.You'"can"use''the"evening~for Vinyard selected a mink hued .ill of the little beauty chores that wool crepe sneath dress compli- accumulate during the week. If you're restless, you can turn out closets, wash out lingerie, do your nails or give yourself a pedicure. The' point is not to waste the inie sitting about moping. Make t count so you've something to how for it and a feeling of ac- omplishment the next day. Just eading a book can do this for /ou since it stimulates your rr.ind and relaxes your body. mented with topaz Irisee' jewelry and a green cyrabidium orchid corsage. The mother of the groom chose an aqua and silver lace dress accented with ihinestone jewelry and white accessories. Her flowers were pink rosebuds. RECEPTION FOR 150 Following the impressive rites a reception honoring the couple was held in the 'St. James. Annex AWONDERfOLWAY TOBRIGHTSN YOUR HOME Beautiful lamps . . . every wanted size and style. Each one a master- pece. Choose several for gifts and for home. FURNITURE Head the Classified Ads For Christmas Give That Delicious Russell Stover Candies Always Frsih—Alwayi Delicious Alwqyi Welcome Only $1.35 Ib. box TIMBERLAKFS I'll be waiting up, dear, to toast those Franciscan Ware packages as they arrive.. .'cause I know those gifted accessories are designed to fit every budget, every occasion, and every taste (especially mine)! Singly, you'll find them at 80* to $20.00. Sets from ?16.95. And for the best selections and the most helpful salesclerks — look for your favorite* and mins at 516*518 Edit Broadway Phone 3167 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC UBMW

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