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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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Logaasport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Charity Division '4, GIA Ladies, will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the AFL hall for a regular business meeting. — -ft— Clinton township' HD club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Alta Allread. J-r McNeely Memorial Ladies aidj will meet Thursday afternoon ati 1:30 o'clock with Edna Zimmerman. Roll call will be answered with hints in canning or freezing food. The Builders class of the Broadway EUB church will meet Tues-j day evening at 7:30 o'clock at the! church for an election of officers. A good attendance is desired. BETROTHED — Announcement Approximately 35 women and j s made by Mr. and Mrs. Warner children attended the Royal Center A. Fierke, ot Kokomo, of the en- WSCS luncheon meeting recently gage.-uent and forthcoming' mar- at the church dining room with r j age of th e i r daughter. Nancy Mrs. Kuth Craning, Mrs. Marjcan | Jayne> to Robert L. Pattern, son of Brown. Mrs. Helen Huffman, Mrs. Mr . and Mrs . Robert E . p a tt on , of Uvyl Fultz, Mrs. Florence Kistler, 122 4 Smcad street city 'O2ZKZ2ZS SOLEMNIZE BERG-SIMPSON VOWS IN RITES AT CALVARY CHURCH SUNDAY Mrs. Pauline Parker and Miss Esther Wood on the committee in charge. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Hazel Boose. Devotions were given by Mrs. Gladys Strong. Mrs. Janice Dorton sang two numbers accompanied by Mrs. Betty Goodrich at the piano. The business meeting was con- Name Committees ducted by Mrs. Booso. Roll call!rr_, D^^-4. Of y rOT K6ST UT Miss Fierke,is employed by the Indiana Bell Telephone company in Kokomo. Her fiance is an em- ploye of the RBM Manufacturing company. A fall wedding is planned. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) War 2 Mothers and the reading of minutes by Mrs. Hilda Dodt was followed by the treasurer's account by Mrs. Gavis Bridge. Mrs. Berniece Bacr read the special committees list for the year. Mrs. Lois Snider gave the lesson on missionary work in the Philippine Islands. A skit depicting the work there was given by Mrs. Betty Goodrich and Mrs. 1'at Snider. Mrs. Galdys Sirwy, closed with prayer. Washington lov/nship Cass county ffD club will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Dora Martin, route :s. Roll call will be answered with "my father's hobby." An all-day picnic meeting was held by members of Ihc Wayne Progressive Home Demonstration club al the home of Homa Woods. Mrs. Robert Thomas conduct/id the tiftrc/w>n meeting and WILI ai.*io in chaw of devotion*, reading a yo'-.m, "A dixid Man". Mrs. Henry Lease gave the history of the song of thn month which was flunj; by Mrs. LyRoy Crippen. Committee c h a i r m e n were named at the Friday evening meeting of Mothers of World War 2, Unit 38, at Memorial home with the president, ELsie Bushing, presiding. Hazel Campbell, chaplain, offered prayer, and Rayna Berg, secretary, reported. Mr.s. Elizabeth Harnash, treasurer, gave her account after which Americanism chairman, Mae Purler, read several items of interest from the magazine, "Freedom Facts." Pearl Jones, rehabilitation chairman, reported on the unit'.f recent party given for veterans at the state hospital which nine mcrn- bcr:i attended. Loui.se Hardin announced that new card table* and bingo games have been secured for veterans iwe at (ho state hospital library. The president,-Mrs. Bushing, re- porlod on the dinner and flag day services given at the Elks lodge when eleven Gold Star mothers and the president of tiio local patriotic organization were honored. The president named tho following committee chairmen to serve the remainder of the yi:ar: Legislative, Horthn Jasorka; Ritual, Mln.'iln Morrlcal; Civil Defense!, "A tribute to dad" was «lven )ni' ! . (!rlh " Iiurk ; V.H.S., Louise liar- answer to roll call preceding the Accrtlary'fl report by Mrs. FfayA Thorn.'ui who was also in charge of the fJr/wi;r fund. TIi« president reported on the 4':'.ti annual meeting </! the Indiana Ilorm: Demonwtrtlon aji.'tocialioa at 1'urdu'i preceding tin; progr.'irn, A .folo was given by Shirley Crippen and a cornet solo by .Sue Li>a«e. A ckirinet number VIM pre- xenled by Cfaretla Itoucli. The .July rnoeting will he held with Mr«. Florence Khllcr. -{:Th« Live Wire clawi of the H<;lhel Methodist church will meet at Vi.'X) p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeaic ficucllii, route 4, city. Delegates Leave For Girls State Four local girl rcjirctienlalivcs lell Saturday for eight daya of training in government Hi l',lri Kt:it<i on thu Indlunit Unlvernlty c;in>i>un, All'-ndlng lire Simdra IJIbrlch tind tiuziume Smith, Ij Iilgh nchool, Klleii llumw, Wa:ih- fngloti town.iliip, »«d ,lndy Royal Center high nchoul. (}nlt OT, American Legion A»x- lliary. Hie Junliir Chamber of Commerce and Klkn lodge No, flfl arc Bpoii.iorliiK the <)ulek K«ull/.Htlon KNOXVIU/K, Tenn. (I/I')—Mrs. Lilliiin Waller.t Rutherford, 70, linn «ued \m finriiilment of her 1-inonth old marriage to Mac U, Ituthei'- fonl, BO. Her piitltlon nays they are "wliolly tiriEiulle'I for each oilier." RUG CLEANING frno \'\t.V-u\i & D«tlt/»ry (ruur«(i—(3u(uunf««iJ MAGIC CARPET CLEANERS Coll D. W. Moody, Ch, 7716 Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs DAY CAMP FOR LOCAL INTERMEDIATE 31RL SCOUTS OPENS TODAY IN RAIN Day Camp for Intermediate Girl Scouts of Logansport opened in the rain this morning at Badge Builders camp. Mrs. John Mcllwain is directing the camp assisted by Miss Sandra Reunion Calendar ; FAIRVIEW PAKK ' Sunday, June 30—Jones Cousins Reunion, Pavilion, Noon. Ml. Pisgah Lutheran Church, Pavilion, 6 p.m. DYKEMAN PARK Sunday, June 30—Hershberger- Hoover Reunion (.Annual) -^ West end of Pavilion and the 2 South Tables in Lhe Breezway—Noon. Sunday, June 30—McFadden Reunion, Table 2, Noon. RIVERSIDE PARK Sunday, June 30—Bell-Zartrnan Reunion—Tables 5 and 6—Noon, Sunday, Jane 30—Madison Reunion, Table &—Noon. Sunday, June 30—Smith Reunion. Tables 2 and 3—Noon. SPENCER PARK Sunday, June 30—Zimmerman- Kept Reunion, Entire Lower Pavilion—Noon. Sunday, June 30—KauCfman Re union, Shelter 4—Noon. Sunday June 30—Corbin-Adams Monday Evening, June 24, 1957. MISS PATRICIA WITTER BETROTHED Reunion— Shelter 5— Noon. Sunday, June 30— J. K. Shelter 3— ]0 to 5 p.m. Wells, lin and Veteran Aid Seal, Helen Harriett. The Unit voled to. send Mrs. iunhlng an a delegate to the National convention to be held In Co- umbus, Ohio, June Mth through !7th. A memorial service wan held 'or Mrs. Letha fieebe, the L'nll'u inly deceased member during the jttt year. The intnilInK cimuitl according to ritual—the retiring of the colors tnd xlnglng of "God Uliam Amur- ca." A social hour wun held and re- fre.'ihrnenls nerved, Mm, JScrthn Hurk w»« n«/il«l'jd in the narvltiK of refrenhmenl/i by Mr.i. Ilnlun Harriett. Winning pri/.es were 1'earl Jones, and Naomi Douglu.iii. Hcver/il rn«mbw« ttnvii brief reports of tho recent Second District rriwUtig held In Walton. Tim Drill voled to glvn JBji.OO for the Stain project of rehabll|ta-l lion In thn velernns hospitals and »l«o decided to bold only one meeting niixl monlb v/lilch will bo July J»tli. The tenlnlive date for the annual picnic wan net for August 7l.h, Hie plai.'u lo IJD announced lalor. KuKirH III Loop OII.ICAGO u/i'j — uenpiits poor -II nnd wjol, Mivi, Mary Kwald baa :i3D riuidii blooming In Hut It look jiijven years Ui iiinko her plant;! bloom, bul MIM, Kwald said there wan one gardening problem she didn't hnve to face—no bujjn live In the Loop atmosphere, $ DR. 0. L. BRAUN [f j R«IJ. PorJIulrlil £ .? font Spncloflif [.'•':, |. fOOT AllMENTS ; .,j Offlt.i 314 North St. :<>, lOOANSPOm CHONB 3330 j: -) W«(ln«<J«y< * frliiny, 'I la 4 f Harrington Studio MRS. EDWIN LEWIS SIMPSON was Miss Judith Ann Berg prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon in a double ring ceremony at 3 o'clock at the Calvary f/renbyterlan diurcli with tlio Kov- ercnd Harold J. King officiating. The bride Is Ihc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Berg, of 41(1 Montgomery street, antl the bridegroom's parents are Mr, and Mrs, Hherrlt Simpson, of MU Michigan avenue. Two altar boutjuels of whllo cur- natlonw, twin seven brunch candelabra with lighted tapers and pal/us provided a selling for the imprcsulve rites, White bows with green foliage marked thu pews, Munlc for tbo ceremony was provided by Miss Mary I-ou Price, of Walton. Among her seluctions were "1 Love Thee," "Day of Golden I'rornlsc," "Clare do Lime" and "Alwayn." Preceding the ceremony 1.1m bridegroom sang "Because." Mlns Patricia Ilerg attended hur sl;i!.r;r UH ;nald of litiiwr, and bridun- rnalds were Miss Kleunor I'tul/, city, jyid Mm. Angus lirnntn, at Wo odl) r I d g e, Virginia. Junior IwIikwnHld wa« Minn Sherry Klrnp- son, ulster of the bridegroom, with 'JbcbitlfiH C'l'onlii, cousin of Hie bride, Woodbrldge, Virginia, an flower girl. Charles Dniiglass, of tills city, was be.il man for the bridegroom, with groomsmen being Charles firignby, Wenl. Lafayette, Larry Hanlln and Howard Uii/iton, both of (his city. lislierM wens William .largslorf, Dimliil Monlenll, David I/ybrook anil .CliKrles l/ybrook, all SPECIIU! ALL WEEK Mqn'i—'Ladle* (plain) COATS 99*. Ea, Expertly cleaned and prcitod Sura to Scitlify LONG'S CLEANERS 17th and Broadway 3rd and Linden (Pharos-Tribune of IhlH city. AnLlriuc Silk Gown Encorled lo Lhii altar whore she wua Kiven In rnarriiiRe l>y her fallicr, thu hrldn uppcurud In u Kown of Douplonl imtifiuu silk tic- «ll(ni!(l and mixJu by her mulliur, Thft floor-lcnKLh sheuth KOWII WHH fushloriocl with u boat ncckllnu dip- pin« to a V in linck and udfjucf with Vunlco lace. Thu nl<!av«H woro thrco quarter IrjnKth. A lioufl'ant doulili) loop bow alluchcd the ,clia|)cl-Icn«lh train lo tho wulut- Illnc of tho KOWH. Thu clhow-lunKth veil of ullk illuHlon wa« m;airi;d to u tint how-lilii! huadploco of an- Urine ullk. Tho hrldu curried a whllo Hainbow Mllile toppi.'d with u whllo ciilnluyu ordild nnd phlluen- opiilH orchhlM, I lor only jewelry WUH a pair of tiny pear) oarrliiKii. Minn liorg nltundoil her ninlcr In n ballerlna-loiiKtli |/,own of while (.•mbroliliu'ijil nyloii ovor hluii Luffuta, fenliirliif! n fitted bodice wllb ;i boat m.-clillmj, to a V In baolc. Tbu Hklrt wiui boul- fiinl, «))fl u erlmi-uroHH cunimer- bund with u iianh Lhu lunKUi of thu nklcl WUH nl blue 1 nylon motiftlllms. Him al«o wore li irmlchliiK diuible liovv hoadband, Hhnrl. wliltu mid ponrl KurrliiKN, Klfln of the bride, tSlie carried u houqiiel, of lavender orehldn tied with not and ribbon. The KOWIIII worn by Mlim Rut'/,, Mm. Oronln nnd Mlim Slmpiion were Identical lo that uf Iliu maid of honor except (bill powder blue wan Ihii color 1 of the taffeta. All the orchid,'! In the boii<{iielH wiji'i) flown from Hawaii. Tho iinnill fliiwiir Kb'l wore a froek of bliii! nylon Lullo over cotillion blnii tiiffiita, fiiiifurliir! a bertha collar and a peplum of taffeta caught up by brio's, accenting the two tiered skirl of four layered tulle. A tiara of white sweetheart roses was worn with white gloves. She carried a basket of baby breath and white •ose pelals. The mother of the bride selecled a mauve lace dress with black latent accessories and a black hat. I'lie mother of Ihc bridegroom chose a light blue sheer voile dress with while accessories and a while ace hat. Both wore corsages of white calalcya orchids, £80 At Rcciipllini Approxlmnllly 250 guests were received in Ihe church parlors following the ceremony. Hostesses were MrH. Malcolm Lybrook and Mrs. Arnold R, Houk, uunis of the brldo, Mrs. Thomas Currard, aunt of tho bridegroom, Mrs. Charles Moore, Akron, cousin of the bride- Mrs. Kenneth Nelson mid Carver. The Intermediate session will run during this week followed by Brownie Day Camp which will start the week o£ July 8. Campers are Rita Corcoran, Linda Chapman, Cyr.Lhia Deniston, Linda Dutchess, Patricia Farrer, Mary Beth Oilman, Elizabeth Hendricks, Honey James, Sherry Nethercutt, Carolyn Newport, Mary Lou Nicholas, Connie Nunnally, Ada -Pasquale, Sharon Rider, Sue Roberts, Carol Schwalm, Carolyn Slusher, Dorothea Spencer, Sue Sprinkle, Connie Studebnlcer, Pa- Irlcia Vitello, Julia Wallace, Katliy Wolford. Rita Bell, Patricia Boose, Susann Kay Bowman, Lois Baily, Suzanne Davis, Connie DeLawlcr, Jan Dowden, Fran Snyder, Julia Duddieston, Kathy Ervm, Vicki Finney, Judy Kay Gnrrelt, Lynda Hummontree, Belly Jean Harvey, Joyce Ann Hardl, Carlo Keil/.er, Linda Lytle, Shirley Mcllwain, Linda Nicholas, Janet Reynolds, Cheryl Shantcau, Becky Spnngler, Mary Sue Weaver. Michele Current, Cheryl Downhour, Diane Drake, Anita Drake, Judilh Hammond, IJonme Waynes, 1'Qlly Hnan Anl- Layman, Kathleen Lolfert, Hetty ,Jo ^'icbola.s, Jtubcrlii Nicholas, Mary Frances Schmidl, Kusie Schwartz, Nancy .Sniiinii!, Oma Joan Tllley, JJiicia Water.son, Mar- chela Whislor, Putty Witters, and Carolyn Johnson. Staff members In addition to Mrs. Mcllwain and Miss (larver are Miss Kdna Avery, nurse, Mrs. Bessie M. Jlnsh, cook, Krin Klllion, registrar. Sully Kofcorls. Carol ilardi and Put Mcllwaia, cam)) aides, Althea Klllion, publicity. Unit leaders are Mm. Mary Layman, Mrs. Jenn Shcnleaii, Mrs. J'eiirl Kesser, Mrs. Carol Wolford, n _ ^Mrs. Opal Thompson, Mrs. Mnr- Mrs, James Patterson, Chicago. Ilia I'lnney, Mrs. Doris Jenkins, Tho four l.lered pillared sijiiarejand Mrs. ICate Kobcrls. cake was lopped with while phll-j Senior (llrl Scuuls Kervlng aenopsln orchids and surrounded by a lei. The serving tnblo was covered with while lace over blue, and Ibu cuke was flanked by lighted tapers, Following Km rtjcnjitlon, oul-of- lown guests were enUirtained at n biiffiil «»|ip«r ill Ihe home of Die bride's parenls. For traveling the brldo oolocled a pink sheath dress with while accodriorlen. P'ollowlng « woddlng trip l» northern Indiana, the couple will be al. home at 110 Montgomery titrenl. In mld-Keptomber the couple will leave for Kugone, Oregon, where llio bridegroom will begin sltidy on his Master's Degree tit tbij- University of (Jri)goa. The bride and bridegroom IlKi.'l grnduates of tint local school. Klie Is also a graduate of llio Michael ll.eese ilimpltal School of Nni'Hlag; past Cirand Worthy Advinor of thu Order of Hainbow for Glrlit In Indiana; and a niom her ot Kappn Knpun nororlty. Her hiiiibiiiHl la a grndualo of Indiana University with a dugren In music education. He is a member al Lambda Chi Al|)hn rioelal fralernlly nnd Kappa Kappn HI inuiilc Inmorary fral.ernll.y. Comfort afoot- with Combs Hot Weather Natural or black . . , stylo , , ,and sumrnor comfort a to lo b« found In thow smarl summer casualt,. prlcod only $3,95 TO $5,95 In bulgo or while. "Your Fclondly Shoo Sfor»" 407 Eatt Broadway .he dial! also, nre, Beth lll«hl, Pal Kmimird, IJelsey Corcoran, Mjiry Klli.'ii Mollwuln and Karen Kline, and Marilyn Itiwh. SOCIAL CALENDAR Monday 7::W p.m.— h, S. to B. of L. !•'. niul K., K)O.K hull. II )>.ii).— lx>g,'in Council, naiigh- i'vS of America, dub rooi»?<. KNGAOIOR— Mr. and Mr.s. .Ino Wilier, 5iarriiii:l(>n Sliulio. of route 2, Flora. mmmrncR the LMiKiigeriioiil of llieir dautihli'i 1 , I'.'ilricin Ann. lo Donald H, Tbii'kc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tbiekr, nnilo 1. Flora. Wolh are gradnnles of the liurlitiKlon high school. Miss Wilier is employed at the Nntional Hank of l.OKansporl, and her lianw is employed us a press operator at tile IJemnree I'la.slic Co!iii>:iny in Kokomo. No date has been sol for Ihe wedding. (Pharos-Tribune Kngrtwing.) luring company in Lafaydlo. IkT liaiK'i' was grndnaleil from Uncisi 1 Vell high school in Ma.sl C'liiiMgo and is now employed by the lliim- iiionil Oily Water IK'parlmenl. The wedding will lake place July 2H. Donnabelle Jackson Is July Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. diaries ,1 Hoone, Si'., of Delphi, announce Ihe i-iv gaKcmenl of tin; liitlrr's ibnghliT. Doiinabtillis J.'n'kson, lo 'I'hiimas Tb/iyer, son of Mr, aixl Mrs. Norman Cl'lslwell, of l'',asl (!hira];o. Mlsx .liickrioii Is a graduate.- vi l.be Delphi hlj'.b sehuitl and is cm- ployed by Ihi 1 (''nirlii'UI Miinul'iic- Tuoaclciy Noon—Tli'ldgu Clly Imlgo SAY IT WITH FIOWER5 DIAL 5144 Ploanant Hill Grouittiouso Lot m handle ALL your Travel Needs! Tickets «•• Reservations ••• ALL Arrangenwirt* munnci Thl. wook's THE CARRIAGE BARN Forroit J. Road, Inlcrlors 217-11H> St. Phono 4601 Hour* 9 to 5 dally, oxcapl Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER IAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES NEW ENGLAND- EASTERN CANADA n, Prom 7 dap* un»{ wf> %t^|(| nil,,, (felling Ih, tua I* r»nlon. CHICAGO MOTOR CIW Logansport Branch '.'.:>.« ,S. Thin! SI. 1'lioiM iiH float on a cloud in cool Town & Country 31/ITMATRi Srill finrl -Irony while Mil. $11.95 Slttp along, gay an a song, In our now Town an»l Country Suntninr Shonttl Thtjy'rn to light, cool and ally . So dalnl/ ti-fool for dayllglil and danclnvi and promnn- adlnql In cIctiKfuofl kid and l>roo/:o-coolnd tliaw. A I.OHA i ri itrnirt coiti» MfNitl'Xt al Mfl mi'J 11 row. $7.75 $8,95 r.1,,1,11,1..,) in?]. 306 fourth Str*«>

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