Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune RANDALL-SHELL DOUBLE RING VOWS REPEATED AT MONTICELLO CHURCH The MonticeDo Methodisl church was the scene of a •wedding Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock when Miss Sandra Jo Randall and John Shell, Jr., were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony read by the Reverend Gilbert L. Piker. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Alberta Salmons, of Monticello, and the bridegroom is the son of John Shell, of Indianapolis, and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Reynolds, of route 2, Mon- licello, where he has made his home. Miss Anita Farrer August Bride-Elect Of James Allan ; Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Farrer, Burnettsville Pastor, LINDA FARRER FAI L RRIDF-FLECT 205 Montgomery street, announcej R • , A . Lj nr ^ n • - LIINU/A T/AKKCK |-/M_L- OKI L;C-CI_rH_ I the engagement and forthcoming D.iae/AT Rome Bouquets of white and shell pink gladioli and pink roses and lighted tapers banked the altar. 'Mrs. Fred Schwanke was organist and accompanist for Miss Vickie Dunn who sang "Because," "Always," and "Serenade of the Bells." marriage of (heir daughter, Anita, to Jarn«s Allan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Allan, of 38 Lux street. The couple has set August 31 as .their wedding date. MLss Farrer is a 1956 graduate of the local high school, attended the Logansport Business college •r-r-t] Marriage And Trip Reverend and Mrs. Derwood Troxell are at home at Burnettsville following their wedding June 8 at the Burnettsville Church of the Brethren and a .wedding trip to Pennsylvania. The bride is the former Wilma Ruth Noll, daughter of Mr. and and is employed as a secretary at .Mrs. Lloyd Nolt of Lodi, Ohio, the Courier Express company. She Rev. Henry Krommes, pastor of is a member of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority. , Her fiance was graduated in 1952 The bride, given in marriage by from the local high school, served her grandfather, J. A. Baer, was w j t h the US Navy and is employed aHirori in a OAii/n nf itiViiia in-n. _i ,i « i i TI..I in a gown of white embossed nylon over net and taffeta of ballerina-length. The skirt was bouffant, the neckline scoop and the sleeves short. The long streamers of a bow in the front of the bodice fell to the hemline. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a lace hat trimmed with pearls and rhinestones. She carried a Bible topped with a cascade arrangement of Sweetheart roses and white carnations. ( Mrs. Gail John, of Monlpelietv Ohio, sistor of the bride, attended as matron of honor in a dress of at the Golden Rule. Gawed-Johnson ' Vows Solemnized At Winamac Church .Miss Eienor Gawell became the bride of Waller T. Johnson during a double ring ceremony Saturday afternoon at the Winamac Methodist church with the Reverend C. D. Barringer officiating. Baskets of white pompoms and palms provided a setting for the blue nylon over blue taffeta styled; the riles..Organist was Miss^Cath- along princess lines with a V neck- ' ' ' ' line and short sleeves. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Connie Shell, was bridesmaid. She wore a gown of pink similar to the inatron of honor's. Both attendants carried colonial nosegays of carnations and roses. Headbands were floral trims matching their bouquets. Three year old Diane John, niece of the bride, was flower girl, carrying a French basket of rose petals ami Sweetheart roses. She wore a dres.s of blue nylon Gawell, wore a gown of lace and net over satin. The skirt extended into a chapel length train, and her finger tip veil fell from a crown of pearls. She carried a bouquet of white roses and an orchid. Her attendants were: Mr.s. Kmil honor, sister nf Beverly Gawell", Best man was Russell Teeter, j niece of the bride, and Miss La- Jr., and u.shers were Lloyd Roth, vcrnc Johnson, niece of the bride- Bud Ferguson and Bob Pool. Ijjroom, as bridcmaids. They wore The mother of the bride wore a gowns of orchid chiffon and taf- erine Overholser, and soloist was Mrs. Kegina Stipp. The bride is a-daughter of Mrs. Ella Gawell of Winamac, and the bridegroom is a son of John T. Johnson of Dalton, Illinois. The bride, who entered the the Mohican Church of the Brethren, West Salem, Ohio, officiated at the rites. Miss Joyce Noffsinger, of Akron, Ohio, sang "I Love You Truly," "Because," "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer". Rev. Wilbur Brumbaugh, Bethany Seminary friend of the bridegroom, was organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a princess styie street-length dress of embroidered nylon and a fingertip veil secured to a pearl tiara. She carried colonial bouquet of .white peonies and orange blossoms centered with mauve gladioli. Her attendants were Nellie Elder, of Lawrencevilie, Illinois, and Dorothy Roth, of Hartville, Ohio. Rev. Wiliiam -Kidwell, of Royal Oak, Michigan, was best man, and usher was Rev. Norman MacGregor, of Evanston, Illinois. Calvin Nolt, brother of the bride, was also an usher. The mother of the bride wore a| mauve dress with white accessor-i ie.s while the bridegroom's mother, church with her brother, Raymond. Mrs. Winifred Troxell, was atlired over taffeta styled with a flared Cupak, matron of honor, sister nf skirt and tiny collar. [the bride; Miss lilac lace shea'.h dress with while accessories. The grandmother of the bridegroom wore a green and white dres.s with white accessories. Both wore lavender orchid corsages. A reception was held in the church social rooms following the ceremony. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Schcffee, Lafayette, and Mrs. Harry Bridge, Royal Center, aunts of the bride, Arlcnc Baker, Esther Johnson, Lynn VanMetcr, Mary Jo Heiny, Becky Conrad and Mrs. Faye Mansfield. The couple will re.side at 23414 fela with matching headpieces and carried yellow and pink roses. The bridegroom's attendants were Carl B. Johnson, brother, as best man; Einar Johnson and Robert Gawell as ushers. A wedding dinner for 100 rela- lives and friends was served in Ihe church dining room by ladies of the church. A reception was hehlj in Ihe Legion Hall al 7:^0 o'clock in the evening. Following a Iwo-wcek trip lo Colorado, the bridegroom will return lo his work on Ihe Lakes while 1 Hie bride at tends .slimmer in a dress of turquoise with navy blue accessories. A reception was held in the following the were present church basement ceremony. Guests from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois. Michigan, Montana and Alberta, Canada. The bridegroom is a I'JSB graduate of Hie Relhany Bible Training school, Chicago, and is presently pastor of the Church of Ihe Brethren at Burnettsville. The bride is a 19, r >7 graduate of Manchester college and will teach ul the Burneltsville high school in the fall. Miss Patricia Pufahl Guest of Honor At Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Patricia Pufahl, who will become the bride of Ed Johnson on June 29 at the Calvary Presbyterian church, was the guest of honor at • a miscellaneous bridal shower Friday evening at the. YW CA parlors. Games were enjoyed with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Priscilla Gordon, -Miss Karen Duwail and Mrs. Leah Nies. Duplicate prizes were presented to the honored guest. . Miss Pufahl opened her gifts from a- table centered with a miniature bride In an arch. Refreshments of punch, cupcakes) mints and nuts were served by candlelight to: Miss Pufahl, Mrs. Norma Pufahl, Mrs. Nora Musselman, Mrs. Leah Nics,'Mrs. Priscilla Gordon, Mrs. Geraldine Rush, Miss Patty Johnson, Miss Karen Duwail, Mrs. Hazel Beeler, Mrs. Betty Gordon, Mrs. Ruth Beeler, Mrs. Irene Graf, Mrs. Edith Logan, Mrs. Louise Brown, Mrs. Velma Hardy, Mrs. Sally Short, Mrs. Nell Gordon, Mrs. Sally Rehwald, Mrs. Blanche Dickerspn, Mrs. Mary Hayden, Mrs. Goldie Johnson, Mrs. Geneva Hayden, Mrs. Orpha Williams, Mrs. Marie Kasch, Mrs. Gladys Pufahl, Mrs. Lula Buchanan, Mrs. Maude Coiner, Miss Helen Straw. Hostesses were Mrs. Eileen I .VlusseJman and Mrs. Elizabeth Musselman. Wednesday Evening, June 26, 1957. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY J MR. AND MRS. CHARLES B. MESSERLY, of 1931 High street, will celebrale llieir golden wedding anniversary Sunday wiih a family dinner at the Ben Hur and an open house during the afternoon at their home. The couple was married June 25. 1907, al the home of the bricia by the Rev. E. A. Arthur, of Hie Cumberland Presbyterian church. Mrs. Messerly is Ihe former Geneva Kcrlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Kerlin, 103 Cicoll street. The couple has a son, Charles, of Muncie, and a daughter. Mrs. Ernest Bookwalter. 1000 West Wiihash avenue. There arc two grandchildren, Nancy and Carrie Bookwnitcr. Although their anniversary was Tuesday, the Mcsscrlys plan n Sunday celebration. The- couple lias lived in llic same location for the past 40 years. Mr. Messerly is a retired Pennsylvania railroad engineer. (1'liaros-Tribuite Photo-Engraving.) ENGAGED—Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farrer, of 521 Helm street, of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda Lou, lo Pvl. Charles W. Wilson, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Harlcy B, Wilson, of route 1, Walton. 4-H Club News The Melea Nip and Tuck 4-11 club me!, Monday morning at the school with Connio LeiivnlJ offering the. devotions. The pledges to the flags were led by Pally Pickens and Susan Conrad. Roll'Call was nnsweroc.' with a favorite car. Paulella Emery re- Sigma Phi Gamma Installs Officers' Installation of officers highlighted the Monday evening meeting o:' the Sigma Phi (lamina sorority Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Thomas Morris. Mrs. Leo Weaver was installing officer, assisted by Mrs. John Hice, installing marshal, and Mrs. Cassius Carr, installing chaplain. Taking office were: Mrs, Herman Loner, president; Mrs. John Alfrey, vico-propiilenl; Mrs. Carl McWilliains. treasurer; Mrs. Ned Dwycr, recording secretary. Mr.s. Paul Shanks, corresponding secretary; Mrs. William .Smith, social secretary; Mrs. Hugh Skinner, historian; Mrs. John Mucker, South Cherry street, Bryan, Ohio.. school al Indiana Stale Teachers The bridegroom i.s employed by. college. They will make 'their the Ohio Gas company, lie was graduated from the Monlicello high school in 1U55 bride i.s a 157 graduate of the same school. SOCIAL CALENDAR Wednesday 8 p.m.—Daughters o! Isabella, Riverside park. — } f— Thursday 1:30 p.m.—Wrtbb Chapel WSCS, church basement. 1:30 p.m.—Washington township Cass county HD club, Mrs. Dora Martin. 1:30 p.m.—McNeely Memorial Ladies aid, Kdna Zimmerman. 2 p.m.—Good Cheer class, Wheat home in Hammond where the bride will teach fourth grade. She has been a teacher in the Loyansport school the pasl year, laEMING-JOSLIN REUNION The Fleming and Jo.slin reunion was Jir.'lrl Sunday at Dykoman park wilh Ihe following persons present: Mr. and Mrs. George Joslin and son, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Justin and daughters, Miss Dorothy Joslin, and Miss Gertrude Seymour, Muncie; Mr. and Mrs. John Parenlo and son, Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Parente and'son, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Martin and daughter, Mr. and Tlie couple plans a November wedding. Miss Farrer, a graduate of the local high school, is employed as - - an x-ray technician at the St. .Joseph hospital. Her fiance, a graduate . por . letl on " er lrl)1 Lo DcPilllw j organizer and Mr.s. Pai of Ihe Galveslon high school, i.s serving • with the Armed Forces, ^l'. ve ^ sl ! y ^ ! J J . em ^ n . st _ l ' al :" ll , s ,, wcre ,burKer, welfare secrelary. stationed al Fnrl Leonard Wood, Mo. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) local chairman of the B. of L. li,'. The couple lins acllve member- shin in Ihe Market slrcct Alctlio- disl church. Mrs. Claud Conrad nnd'daughter, ' s l )(! " i ' Frank Bucks Mark 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck marked llieir <10lh wedding anniversary June 20 al llieir home, 5011 Jilev- enlh street. They have two children, Robert,] Three "10-year pins and six 20- loeul building commissioner, and'year pins were awarded ul J.lic Mr.s. Do Jlery. Donela Pn.schcn gave Ihe leallh and safely report.. Community judging will be held July 12 al II a.m. at Metca. The oexl meeting is July 3, IX)IX5E PINS AWARDED irolhy Ktischkofski, 1015JTuesday meeting of Bridge City i-eet. They also have five lodge 25<!, L. A. lo 8. of R. T., Rochester Couple Married 50 Years rtOCUKSTKK — Open house will be held Sunday afternoon from H lo 4 o'clock al Ihe counlry home of -Mr. and Mr.s. .Surphi.'s Milliner, in observance of Ihcir golden wedding anniversary. The couple was married June 20, i!)07, at Bruce Lake, by the Hev. U. Ithodcs, They are tlie parents of four children: Mr.s. Lofly Vanata, Aryos; Mrs. Hay Sutherland, Indi- of Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walker and children, Kokomo; jCristy and Jtlcklc Dunlap, Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. .John Turner and daughters, South [lend;. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fleming, Logansport, Paul Goddale. The next reunion will be al Clearwater, Indiana, land avenue Methodist church, anapolis; Hurshel and Dale Miill- at church. 3 p.m.—Charity Division 4, Ladies, AFL hall. GIA scr, bolh of Hochcsler. There are seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. THE CARRIAGE BARN Forrest J. Rood, Interiors 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES Additional Society On Page 2 DR. 0. L. BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot SpuclalUt FOOT AILMENTS Office. 314 North SI. lOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wndnniilayi & Frldoyi 9 to 4 grandchildren, Don, ,lim and Frank Duck and Barbara and Paulclle Huschkofshi. Mr. Buck ha.s boon employed wilh Ihe Pennsylvania Railroad lor the pasl Ilfl years. He is also following a covered dish dinner at the JOOK hall. I'lans were made tor a family picnic lo l)e lield Aiiftusl 27 al Dykcinan park, Thirty women attended the session. LET'S EAT OUT! WHERt: BRASS 52S-12th St. Uf U A T. " alitm WI1AI. SPAGHETTI 8 MEAT &AU.S Evary Tburtday WHY: 2 DINNERS-$1.00 BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY EASY ON THE PAIATE-EASV ON THE POCKET-BOOK BRASS RAIL clara anjn's Summer Sale Is On Costume Jewelry Entire stock including whites off BEG. PRICES Summer Millinery Every Hat Reduced 50% and more All Handbags At Special Reduced Prices ALL SALES FINAL clara aim's 325 FOURTH it's the DOUBLE DATER You'll endorse the checks on this Chromspun-dycd- Acetate and Lnstex Faille swim short. The "Double Da tor" is designed wHh spiral apex bra stay and space for Accents bust pads to /,'ive a smooth figure line. Three sun-und-water te.slcd checks, topped off with a cuff o[ rich-colored Faille. 10-18. $16,95 ^ editor; Mrs. Calvin Van Uoren, '.nil Uni- Riven by Diana Cover and Dor.nnj During conducted Hie biixincKS in Ihe absence of the president, plans were made for a gncsl. day picnic on July Rth with the following committee named in charge: .Miss Jean L-angbak, chairman, Mrs. Ned Dwyor, Mrs. Hugh Skinner, Mrs. Thomas .Morris and Mrs. Charlie Erickson. Mrs. liichanl Uiyiiion, Miss Margaret Laing and Miss Kvelyn JMi'ic have returned from Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they attended :hc national convention of Ihn sorority with Miss I/ayman and Miss Laing being delegates. Read the Classified Ads The Happy Hoosier Junior -HI club me!, nl Ihe Wallon school re- ccnlly. Nikkl Frey was in'charge] of the meeting. Ruth Goldsborry gave n demon.slrnlion on how to make ;\ meal salad. Mury Goldsbcrry and Lou Ann Hahncii served refreshments. Sue Hahncrt and Nikki Froy gave points on judging. 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