Ilx Loeansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY JUNE 30 T—jr..—>*M-.y- -«. 'O2Z11Z2ZS MISS BARBARA SHAFFER BRIDE OF KEITH YOUNG AT BURNETTSVILLE Palms, candelabra and bouquets of white gladioli provided a setting for a double ring wedding ceremony Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock when Miss Barbara Shaffer pledged her nuptial troth to MR. AND MRS. DANIEL G. FRY, of 331 Vandalia street, laPaz, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with an open house at their home Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. A family dinner will be served in their honor at noon. Mary F. Shelhart and Daniel Fry were married June 27, 1907, in Winamac. They have two children, Mrs. Gladys A. Clemans and Theodore D. Fry, both of Mishawaka; four grandchildren and one . . „ ... - , _ ,. _,, , great-granddaughter. One daughter, MSs. Evelyn I. Kitch, is deceased.! P ma s P nnkIe . a n[I Paullne BIat * Mrs. Loretta Keplar Guest Of Honor At Post-Nuptial Shower A miscellaneous shower was given at the-Waltoa library recently for Mrs. Loretta Campbell Keplar with Mrs. Leona Patterson, Mrs. Nancy Kunkle, Mrs. Patricia Hin- j kle and Mrs. Geneva Greist as | hostesses. A blue and white color scheme was used in the decorations with. an umbrella • suspended over the lace-covered gift table. Favors were white lace umbrellas tied with blue ribbons. Mrs. Louella Dick won the door prize. Refreshments of cakes, punch, mints and nuts were served to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hinkle, Sue and Ann Lynn Keplar, Mrs. Naomi Plank, Mary Jean Shanks, Mary Lou Franks, Kokomo; Helen Ennis, Fiora; Louanna Shanks, Mrs. John J. Shanks, Logansport; Ella Crockett, Alma Frohmuth, Veronica Plank, Mrs. Edwin Plank, Hazel Plank, Pearl Plank,, Joan Plank, Francis Plummer, Crystal Newburn, Louella Dick, Margaret Sprinkle, Vir- No invitations have been issued for the open house but all relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) SOCIETY The Rock Creek HD club met recently at the IOOF lodge hall with Mrs. Dorothy Nipple, president, opening the meeting. Mrs. Alta Galbreth offered devotions on "Treasure of Meditation." Roll call was answered by 20 members. The song of the month was led by Mrs. Avis Snow. The health and safety report was given by Mrs. Betty Kuszmaul. Secretary-treasurer reports were read. Contests were enjoyed with Mrs. Mabel Snoeberger, Mrs. Avis Snow and Mrs. Alta Galbreth winning prizes. Door prize was won by Mrs. Snow. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ethel High. Mrs. Fern Knight and Mrs. Pat Robbins. —A— The June meeting of the Harrison township Home Demonstration club was held at the Lucerne school with twenty-one members and two children attending. The theme of "Flowers" was used by Fern Deck in presenting devotions preceding the group singing of the song of the month led by Mary Backus. Also sung was the club song and a community sing. Florence Koebckc gave the lesson on new drugs and Alma Rogers led the club in repeating the club creed. Final plans were made for the ,4-H girls picnic and skating party at Spencer park and the committee for the Royal Centre fair reported that the fair would begin Augus: 20th with the Harrison township club as hostess group on Thursday of that week. Botty Deck reported on the weight control classes slating that the classes were extended and would meet on the third Monday of each month. She also stated that 44 women attending lost 391 pounds in six weeks. The Health and Safety leader, Mildred Elliott gave a report on Civil Defense and the meeting closed with Joan Brown leading the group in repeating the club prayer. In charge of entertainment was Mary Backus, Jo Robinson, Wilma Newell and Jean Elliott. Refreshments were served. -*Eel township HD club No. 1 will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Cecil Terrell, route 6, with Mrs. Margaret Williams as co-hostess. •-£Webb Chapel WSCS will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the church basement with Charlene Apselstadt and Rebecca Barr as hostesses. All ladies are invited. —fr- Circle 5 of St. James Lutheran church will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Cah- ric Moesla, 1230 Smead street. American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at Memorial home. -•£- VFW Auxiliary will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the post home for a regular meeting. Refreshments will be served. —h- The Good Cheer class of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. -&Owl's club will meet Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the YWCA for a covered dish dinner. -#The Miami Baptist Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Ada Patton. July Bride-Elect Honored At Shower Miss Gloria Crist, bride-elect of Homer Smith, was the guest of honor at a shower recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Crist, Twelve Mile. The couple will be married July 7 at the Bethlehem Methodist church. An umbrella cascading blue, yellow and pink streamers highlighted the gift table decorations. Refreshments of white cake with pink decorations and ice cream and nuts were served. Hostesses for the shower wore Betty Moss, Marjorie Green and Sandra Crist. Logansport. Mary Shanks, Fiora, Mrs. Floyd Sparks, Marilyn Davis, Mary Sparks, Lucille Rush, Pearl Crockett, Thurza Hinkle, Twelve Mile; Mrs. John Campbell, Abigail Thompson, Mildred Moss, Betty Ruzzclla and son, Mrs. Richard Miller, Mrs. John Keplar. Logans- sport; Jane Fellock, Beulah Piercy, Edith Edwards, Claribel Clinton, Francis Stamper, Mrs. Harshman, Jessie Gray, Garnet Beck, and Mrs. Cass Rittenhouse, Niles, Michigan. Margaret Williamson, Don Williamson, Janet, and Donna Kunkle, Jean Brown, Mrs. Mary Brown, and Berneice Patterson. Jean Brown played accordion selections and Don Williamson, accompanied by his mother, sang a vocal solo. Mrs. Williamson played selections on the piano while Mrs. Keplar opened her gifts. ELECTED PS I IOTA XI NORTHERN PROVINCE CHAIRMAN AT MEETING Keith Young. The Burnettsville Baptist church j was the scene of the ceremony which united in marriage the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaffer, of Burnettsville, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Young, also of Burnettsville. The Reverend W. E. Clarke officiated at the rites. Mrs. Nellie Mae Scott sang "Why Do I Love You," "Through the Years" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Gary Wayne Hughes, of Buffalo. Miss Charlene Shaffer, of Burnettsville, was her sister's maid of of honor, and bridesmaid was a sister of the bridegroom, Miss Beverly Young, of Burnettsville. Joe Young, cousin of the bridegroom, of Logansport, was best man and groomsman was Bud Soott, route 6, city. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a bouffant floor-length gown of misty tulle and Chantilly lace over a froth of net ruffles. The overskirt of tulle was accented by rows of lace insets. The fitted bodice of lace was trimmed with iridescent sequins, the collar was high Princess style and the sleeves were long and tapering. The veil of imported silk illusion was attached to a petite cap of Chantilly lace, embroidered with pearls and sequins. She car-jTerre Haute. Tuesday Evening, June 25, 19S7. Eight Girls From Logansport YWCA Attend Conference The Y-Teen Summer conference was held June 16-22 at Oakwo(xi Park, Lake Wawasee, with 169 Y- Teens from associations and registered clubs over the state attending. Those attending from Logansport Association were: Kathy Shafer, Carolyn Lowe, Hi Tri III; Kathy White, Joyce Hollingsworth and Sharon Hardin, Hi Tri II; EJlagay Noble and Jane Meinzer, Hi Tri I; and Judy Shaff, Washington Township Hi Tri. The theme for this year's conference "We Strive to Build, Ourselves, Our Homes, Our Schools, Our Community, Our World and Nation." Resource leader for this year's conference was Dr. Daniel Joseph Bowden, an educator. Dr. Bowdcn is a graduate of Yale University, director of the Indiana School of Religion, a member of the Ameri can Philosophical Association of the National Association of Biblical .Instructors. He is a lecturer on [History of Christian Thought from Indiana University. President of Associated College Teachers of Religion. Doctor .Bowden told Y-Teens from the state of Indiana that they must have the desire to improve and define for themselves what is better. Dr. Bowden also pointed out the source of family tension today and how teenagers may help with the Rabess-Bergman Photo. MRS. ROBERT WHITE was sleeted Northern Province chairman at the, national convention of Psi Iota Xi sorority last weekend in Epsilon Sigma Alpha Installs Officers, Names Committees Committees for the new year were named and officers installed at the Monday evening meeting of tho Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority at the YMCA. Mrs. Shirley Thomas, president, installed the following new officers: Mrs. Lou Donate, president; Mrs. Norma Slusher, vice-president; Mrs. Barbara Dillman, secretary; Mrs. Joan Smith, treasurer. New officers were presented with a corsage of yellow carnations. Mrs. Donato appointed the following committees: ways .and means, Mrs. Joan Smith, chairman, Miss Jane Malone, Mrs. Thomas; membership, Mrs. Norma Slusher, chairman, Miss Madonna Bender and Miss Rosann Pasquale. ried a white Bible topped with a white orchid encircled with white daisies. The attendants were attired in identical gowns of pink and aqua, designed of pleated nylon organdy with scoop necklines and bouffant skirts. Each gown was accented with a darker shade of nylon cummerbund and pout sash. They carried cascade bouquets of pink and aqua- daisies. Miss Shaffer wore the aqua gown and carried pink daisies while Miss Young wore pink and carried aqua daisies. The mother of the bride wore a In this capacity, Mrs. White will be responsible for 31 chapters in the area. She attended a Grand Council meeting Sunday morning at; the Terre Haute House, the first session for the newly elected Council members. Mrs. White has held the offices of president, vice-president, corresponding and recording secretary in the local chapter. New officers for Grand Council are as follows: Grand president, Mrs. G. Wayne Gorby, Sullivan; grand vice-president, Mrs. John P. Krebser, Kokomo; grand secretary, Mrs. G. 'R. Glllespie, Brownstown; grand treasurer, Mrs. Arthur B. Knocnel, Remington grand adviser, Mrs. Marie North, Indianapolis; grand editor, Mrs. William C, Miles, Bloomfield; grand conductress, Mrs. OrviKe Hamacher, Brook; philanthropic chairman, Mrs. John B. Moriarty, Fort Wayne; symphony chairman, Mrs. Lester L. Malian, Princeton; Northern Province chairman, Mrs. Robert White, Logansport; Central Province chairman, Mrs. Keith Matthews, Brownsburg; Southern Province chairman, Mrs. tion, and also the work and activities o£ the YWCA in the 66 countries. While at conference Mrs. R. 0. Meinzer, Executive Director, had as her staff assignment, "worship workshop," and with the help o£ 25 Y-Teens from over the state of Indiana, was responsible for all worship programs at conference. Tying in the theme, with (he days activities "worship workshop," "We Strive to Build." Each girl will return to her respective group with information and help she received at conference and strive to build a better club for her community. Reunion Calendar FAIRVIEW PARK Sunday, June 30—Jones Cousins Reunion, Pavilion, Noon. Ml. Pisgah Lutheran Church, Pavilion, 6 p.m. _.£_ DYKE1VUN PARK Sunday, June 30—Hershberger- Hoovcr Reunion (Annual) — West end of Pavilion and the 2 South Tables in the Breezway—Noon. Sunday, June 30—McFadden Reunion, Table 2, Noon. —fr- R1VERSIDE PARK Sunday, June 30—Bell-Zarlman Reunion—Tables 5 and 6—Noon. Sunday, June 30—Madison Reunion, Table 9—Noon. Sunday, June 30—Smith Reunion. Tables 2 and 3—Noon. SPENCER PARK solution of this family tension by Sunday, June 30—Zimmerman(1) mutual understanding, (2)! Kept Reunion, Entire Lower Pavil- mutual trust, (3) mutual patience and last (4) but most important mutual love in a family firoup. Y-Teens were also challenged by Dr. Bowden to bring about a concern for the well being of people. The climax to the conference was held Friday with the theme "We strive to build our YWCA in our community." At this time conference program chairman, Miss Marilyiln Rot!) of Fort Wayne, explained to the Y-Teens the important part they play in the YWCA from the community association to the world crganiiia- John Yaw, Linton. white accessories while the bride--- - Mrs ' Edgar . closson . Logansport, was reappointed National Pub- Prizes during the evening, pre-j Publicity, Mrs. Dorothy Wood- sented in turn to the guest ol honor, were won by Eleanor Mickel, Betty Young and Geneva Crist. Invited guests were Mrs. Clara Hinkle, Mrs. Thursa Hinkle, Roxy Nila Mary Shiedler, Lavon Young, Margaret Young, Pat Paschcn, Sherrill Bennett, Mrs. Mildred Green, Evilyn Stenton, Botty Young, Paulletta Emery, Erma Williamson, Sue Arthur Nead, Eleanor Mickel, Carol Williamson, Jane Price, Joan Cpffing, Betty Coifing, Princess Abshire, Florence Fiedler, Doris Eagerly, Genieva Grist, Mrs Jim Crist and Mrs. Carol Moss SOCIAL CALENDAR Tuesday 7:30 p.m. — Live Wire class Beihel Methodist church, Jesse Becdle. 7:30 p.m.—-Builders class, Broadway EUB church, at church. -£Wednesday 1:30 p.m.—Clinton township HD club, Alta Allread. Vote To Move Seminary EVANSVILLE (UP)—The Cumberland Presbyterian "Church's General Assembly voted condl tionally today to move its Theological Seminary from McKenzie, Tenn., to Memphis. BELIEVE IT OR NOT, ITS TRUE Many tree diseases in Maple, Oak and Elm are transferred from diseased to healthy trees by pruning saws, chain saws, climbing ropes, etc. KNOW YOUR TREE MAN We are qualified and equipped to take care of all your tree, evergreen and landscape problems. Including removals, trimming, feeding, spraying and planting. The latest government and university bulletins covering trees and tree disease. Yours for study and inspection. Long Landscape and Tree Surgery P. CK Box 203 Phone 2148J Monticello, Indiana Our 25th Year of Service ling; jonquil girl, Mrs. Mary Mikalas; educational and social adviser, Miss Mary Latz. Kefreshmenls were served by the retiring officers, Mrs. Thomas, Miss Jane Malone and Mrs. Dorothy Woodling. The r.ext meeting will be a picnic at Spencer park July 8 with the new officers in charge. 95 Reservations Made For Reunion Ninety-five reservations have been received thus Car for the J347 class reunion of the Logansport high school to be held Saturday evening beginning at 6 o'clock at ihe National Guard Armory. groom's mother selected a light blue linen dress with black and white accessories. Both wore corsages of light pink sweetheart roses. A reception was held In the church dining rooms where a three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple centered the serving table, decorated in a, 16 Initiated Into licity chairman for the year. She spoke to the convention group at a Saturday morning business session on. ''A Guide for Publicity Chairmen." During the meetings, various province chairmen reported on single projects in their provinces during the past year, and the new project adopted by the national organization for next year, "Prc-College Institute in Speech and Hearing Therapy," was discussed. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Instant-Taste* is gone! -.-w m,i ""& "J'-^t*, UKl.Utc3l.CU J/t Hi pink and aqua motif. Large cry-1 stal punch bowls, silver service and lighted tapers completed the setting. Hostesses serving the 150 guests were Mrs. Jerry Crichfield, aunt of the bride, Mrs. Ruth Ann Mines, Mrs. Carol Morock and Miss Janet Young. Grandparents attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elton Shaffer, Mrs. Lillie Young, of Burnettsville, and Mrs, Dorothy McLeland, of Royal Center, Each grandmother wore a white carnation corsage. Tri Kappa Sorority Tri Kappa initiation services were held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Dale Goris, 73 W. Roselawn Drive, for .sixteen pledges. Mrs. Robert Lowe, president, assisted by her officers conducted the ceremony. Preceding the initiation a dinner for members and pledges was served at the Ben Hur. Gold tinted ivy and white flowers were used on the tables, and green, white For traveling the bride chose a ai ? d sold match folders inscribed liam Parkins, Mrs. Richard Bailey, Mrs. Jack Dunn, Miss Odetla Gibbons, Mrs. Fred Miller and Miss Thelma Nicholas. pale green sheath dress with white accessories. Following a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the couple will reside at Burneltsvilie. Both the bride and bridegroom are Burnettsville high school graduates. She is employed at the Logansport Metal Culvert company. He is an employe of the Cass county D.H.I.A. Association. BRIDGE RESULTS Lou Thornmen and E, P. Rits- man won first place at the regular Men's Duplicate Bridge club meeting Monday evening at the YWCA annex. Jack Saadi and Martin Levy were second; tied for third and fourth were John Cline and B. J. Combs, Orville Fox and Dr, Viney. The next meeting is July 1 and Reservations may be made byi wi U be a dinner and masterpoint contacting Richard Terry, 2318 night. High street, or phoning Mrs. Mary Hitchons, 6087. Read the Classified Ads Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president of the United States. He was 43. Wallet Photos From four Favorite Picture $1.00 B-eautiful, Double Weight, Silk Finish Prints Only Have plenty to exchange with your friends and relatives or to accompany your application for that important job. We make the negative — No Charge. TT7 9 "ir (O • Jb ilm bervice 524 East Broadway Phone 4444 YW Ladies Day Out Scheduled For Fall The YWCA program committee met Monday at the YWCA parlors to formulate plans for the Ladies Day Out program to be held on consecutive Wednesdays from October 2 to November 20. The program will include classes in bridge, sewing, speed), for- with members' names marked thc| e j gn language, drama, music ap- place.s. ABlcr a brief business meeting following the initiation, punch and cookies were served from a liable centered with a. a crystal epergne holding white floating blossoms. New Tri Kappas include Mrs. Al Heminger, Mrs. 0. H. G-rotelue- schen, Mrs. E. L. Partridge, Mrs. Gerald Bater, and the Misses Carolyn Bailey, Madonna Guicken, Barbara Novak, Erritaa Esser, Karen Langworthy, Alice Jo Gear, jpreciation, slimnastics, art and interior decorating. Fees and instructors will be announced at a later date.' The scheduled program is n continuation of the Ladies Day Out held last spring for 60 women who enrolled and attended the classes. Additional classes will be held this fall to accomodate increasing interest in the community. Innovation of the evening class- Jill Billman, Lloyd Tucker, Sherry j es will be of interest to those wo- Tucker, Carol Richardson, Beth Brumbaugh and Pat Baker. Mrs. John Hildebrandt served as chairman o£ the aEtair. 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