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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Jackson township Home Demonstration club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Opal Woolley with Mrs. Claris Roach assisting the hostess. The meeting opened by the group repeating- the club collect and roll won'by Mrs. Klepfer and Ada Wilson. Mrs. Fern Henry received the door prize. Refreshments were served to the 15 members attending. The next meeting will be held call was answered by telling about with Mrs . Fern Henry on Ju]y 23rd a famous church. | w ith Mrs. Nellie Rush as assistant Mrs". Esther Klepfer gave the. hostess. secretary's report preceding devotions by Mrs. Lenna Cornell. D.A.V. Auxiliary members held Mrs. Cornell, taking her devo-i a P art X at the State Hospital ticns from Psalms along the verse i Wednesday afternoon for fifty-six "In the N'ame of Our God We will: veterans and presented them with Set up Our Banners", used an a r-j cl 8 areUes a nt * candy. rangement of red, white and blue) Those attending were Mary Ba- flowers and the American and.^er, Christian flags as a setting. She explained the red as representing people and blood shed for Davis, Marie Huffman, Mollie Cook, Viola Kistler, Ruby Gotlschalk and Mary Pumel. Pit- and punch were served. nberty; white represent*, purity . Members convened Monday eve- the club rooms with the ..n e cu roow e and goodness; the blue-fnend- COI £ mand Rub Gottscha]k> pre . ship; The stars-thc heavens _ and | sidingi for a rcg ^, ar meetin g. P the stripes repre.senti.ig history, freedom, purity and hone-sly. Evelyn Bever opened wilh prayer and Veriadine Taylor, American- Mrs. Cornell closed devolionsjism chairman, led in Ihe Pledge with a prayer read from the book written by Peter Marshall. of Allegiance to Ihe flag. Ruby Gollschalk and Ruby Slew- Ada Wilson led in pledge to the)art reported on the state conven- flags and Mrs. Lillie Williams gavei li " n nel[ l i" Terre Haute and an- the hislory of Ihe song of the ; nounced that the local unit received month and ltd in group singing. | the highest award on the history The presidenl, Mrs. Carmen!^th^thfZp'waflhe $ Smith reported on the summer Home' 1=^ c Sfc en« , ^"cnl on WiVY™" ?of Purdue and announced that thJ ^±™S™'^ Mi Thomas-Tomlinson Nuptials Repeated In Rochester Rites Miss Juanita Mae Thomas became the bride of Donald Eugene Tomlinson during a ceremony Thursday evening, June 20, at the First Christian church in Rochester with the Reverend James Kimsey officiating at the rites before an altar banked with palms, candelabra and baskets of pink and whiie gladioli. ' The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Thomas, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F, Tomlinson, all of .Rochester. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Leroy Crownover, presented the nuptial aircs. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white nylon lace over white bridal satin floor-length gown. The c boat neckline was outlined with embroidered sprays and pearl buttons trimmed the long tapered sleeves. Her French illusion veil was fastened to a half crown of sequins and pearls. She carried a bridal bou-] (|uet of pink roses and shasla dais- MR. AND MRS. JOHN C. MASSEY feX'J.'.'^H*';*.! ' :,J l :i.'f-'"fti,"f ! ^V-fefc-ilfe £"ra«e ana announcca wai i.ie also rccc . ived third rating on Amer -. National conference in September i r .o n ; 5 ~, will be at Columbus Ohio. The next convention was an- Mrs Fern Henry gave the lesson j nouncatl to be nc]d in South'fiend, on safely and told about the driving Verlatlino Taylor gave several tests. 'articles on Americanism and Mrs. Rose Bevinglon gave the'.Ward Pride and Privilege," was le;;:;on on drugs and read an arCcleiprescntecl by Mary Pumel. by Dr. Felicks preceding the sing- Those attending the Gold Star ing of "Happy Birthday" to Mes- dinner given by the Elks were dames Esther Klepler, Vera Good-;Ruby Gottschaik, Mary Baker and ier and Gladys Walker. Elizabeth Taylor. Flower arrangements brought to tho meeting were judged by Mrs. Claris Itoach and Mrs. Opal Willy Taylor. Kvelyn Bever received tho door prize during Ihe social hour. The next meeting will be July v/ilh first and second prizes being nth. AAISS~MARJ EAN~SCROGGS" ~BRIDE~OF~ JAMES MARVIN IN IDAVILLE RITES The Idaville Methodist church was the .scene of a wedding Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock when Miss Marjean Scroggs pledged her nuptial troth lo James Marvin during a double ring ceremony read liy the Kf.-verend.'; Lloyd Overmyer and J. Shields While. The bride is the daughter n! Mr. o.'id Mrs. James Scrogg.s and Ihe bridegroom is Ihe ;-;on of Mr. arid Mrs. Jarnes Marvin, all of Idaville. Haskels of white gladioli, pink end white mums, and yellow carnations, pairns and branched candelabra provided u .wiling (or the ceremony. K.'JCorted to the altar and given In marriage by her father, the bride appeared ia a floor-length I Kown of white Qianlilly lace fi:i: train. was accented wilh yellow flowers and cummerbund, and Miss Brook's gown fealured a deep pink floral .inrilif and cummerbund. Their nosegays and headpieces matched their gowns. Miss Kathryn Kcroggs, cousin of the bride, was flower girl and wore a white taffeta dress of ballorina- lenglh, fashioned wilh a scalloped skirl wilh liny blue buds and bows caught in each scallop. She worn a while headband and carried a basket of yellow rose polals. Don Scroggs. brother of the bride, and John Marvin, brother of the bridegroom, were ushers and best man was I'aul Whileman.jyears, Hilly Bridge, cousin of Ihc bride, wan ring bearer. James MilHgan, oloi/it, was accompanied by Mrs. ohn Mull, of Reynolds, aunl of Miss Shirley Ann Hammond, maid of honor, and Miss Carol Sue Wilson and Miss Donna Keim, bridesmaids, altired in floor length formals in shades of pink, carried white daisies and pink roses. The couple's mothers, each wore a while carnalion corsage. Robert K. Winterrowd served as best man, while Charles Douglas, Royal Center, and Byron Thomas, brother of Ihc bride, sealed the 100 guests present. Mrs. Karen Winterrowd and Mrs. Lcatta Douglas served al the reception table which was centered with a Ihree-tiercd wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom. The cake was decorated with daisies. For her wedding Irip lo Ihc west coast, Mrs. Tomlinson chose a floral beige sheath dress wilh a; coal and while accessories. Guests were present from Logansport, Rochester, Royal Center, Bend, and Michigan.. I Mrs. Francis Perrone, SIC East Mrs. Tomlinson Is a graduate! Market street, attended her sister VFW Auxiliary Hears Reports Of Committee Chairmen Several committee chairmen reported at the Tuesday evening meeting of the VFW Auxiliary at the post home with Robin Myers, president, in charge. Pro-tern officers'were Margaret Stuart, Clarice Williams, Hulhalene Ervin, Helen Massey, Lucille McDowell and Dorothea Morehead. Preceding the reports thank you cards were read from Blanche Thompson, Russell Logan and Pat Herald. Virginia Spurgepn, Junior Girl chairman, announced that in the future only one meeting would be held each month and also thai Ihe girls Thursday Evening, June 27. 1957. Rochester Girl Bride'August 11 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hunneshagen of Rochester, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Ann, to Dillard Wilson Henderson, of Pontiac, Michigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, of Indianapolis. Miss Hunneshagen is a graduate of the Rochester'High school, and is employed as a secretary at Haskell and Smith, Inc. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Sorority. Mr. Henderson was graduated from Indiana Universily and is employed by the Stainless Ware Corn- Mrs. Joyce Martin, associate mother advisor. Vivian Brown served as Grand Page at the Wednesday morning session and Mrs. Joyce Martin as one of the Deans in the residence hall. Bethlehem 4-H'ers Offer Form Program Township 4-H clubs took complete charge of a. meeting last night of the Bethlehem Farm bureau held at (he Melea school. There were 125 persons in altend- nce. A dress revue by 19 of the 4-H pany of America, Ponliac, Miclii-,girls, narrated by Mrs. Eileen gan, in Industrial engineering. He is a member of Delia Sigma Pi Fraternity. - The marriage will lake place August 11 at the Rochester Grace Methodist Church. Sharyn Johnston Grand Musician Miss Sharyn Johnston, daughter have charge of. soltj of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnston of drinks at the Soapbox Derby Ju!y; Kewanna. and past worthy advi- 'sor of Fulton Assembly No. 92, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, was appointed Grand Musician for the coming year al tho 17th Grand Assembly lasl week at Indiana University. 15th. Virginia Grant reported that there was a total up-to-date membership of 323 and Margaret Sluarl reported on hospilal equipment. A report on the state hospital vtss given by Jessie lies and Cirginia Grant told of Ihe Memorial hospital fund pledge. Reported ill were Grace Ed- HarringLon Studio JOHN OHAiRDKS MASSEY AND BRIDE, the Former Audrus >\nn Schlosscr arc residing al 603V4 Plum sired, oily, following Ihcir marriage Saturday morning, June 15, during a double ring ceremony at 10:30 o'clock at (he St. Joseph church with tho Reverend Father Donald Vernon officiating. The bride i.s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Frank Schlos- scr of mi3 East. Market .street, and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr. trip through the south. The bride, a local high school graduate, is employed, as an office clerk at Maiben'.s Laundere Cleancrs-Furricrs. The bridegroom, a graduate of Hie Buller, Kenluclty, high .school, is stationed with the US Air Force at the Blinker Hill Air Base. Pat Michael Guest Of Honor At Shower Miss Pat Michael, July bride- iinui*! L, Jv./i.llUoUJI , Alt'Yell "...UJI- *nv •" iui- fl i 1/1/1 u in uiu ,11.111 1/1 »vj i , , . , . . . , Slar City, Culver and South and Mrs. Robert Massey of Foster, f/, ct:1 " l } lo] ? e . 1 Vurnl> "- Jr -' was nd. Also from print, in Ohio Kentucky. £l*"™LlL h T!- ?L a *°™ from Ihe Rochester high school wilh the class of I!)ri7. The bride- as matron of honor, and be.fl man wns Anthony Perrone, city. Ushers groom is a graduates of Hoc-hosier were Dallas Donley and Jerry ii'gh school with Ihe class of IBM.)Phillips, of the He is alationed wilh the L'. S. Base, and Richr Army at Fort Lewis, Wash., where the couple will reside fur two Hi iitf' <j uiiuiM.J~it;ji;;uii LI u in, i in .. . . . . bouffant ...kirt WM of tulle and sat- h ' : ^^<"»'\. when he sang Because, Always and The Lord'n I'rayer." The mother of the bride wnrc a pink dri;«,i with white embroidery acc«nt«fl wilh pink and while accessories while the bridegroom's mother selected a blue dress wilh a gold desinn and while accemior- ies. Both v/ore corsages of while carnalions. A reception was held In the '.-fnirdi basement following the ceremony. Hostesses were Mrs. OeorgB Friday, Cindy SCI-UMKI. Mm. Hex lleridryx, Miss Buz/.y Hendrvx, Shirley Hunt and Minn Judy Smalley. The reception table wan covered wilh while oalln and r.-«nlen:/l wilh n four tiered wcd- eake lopped with a miniature fle-i appli'iued wilh lace and pearls. The scoop neckline and fitted bodice were scalloped and the lonj^ lace sleeves tapered to bridal points over the hands. Her gown was designed and made by her mother. The while lace headpiece was accented wilh Iv/o rows of pearls and secured the fingertip veil of tulle. The ninijle strand of pearls was a ;;ift. of the bride- grnom. The bride carried a lace covered JiiUe, a KM- nl hur I'.runilimr- ftnlfi, topped wilh a ca^.f-'adt; ar- ran;.;cinenb; of while caraationK Centered with a while orchid. Mm. Donna Cade, matron of honor, wore a blue flowered white nylon or;;andy gown over while n.'ilin of waftK-lKnztli. designed wilh a blue cuirunei'ljund and larj^e bov/ In the back. She rarrierj n colonial auMiiiay of white and blue <:arnaliori:i (.'i.Tili-rerl with a white rosebud. Her headpiece and .-ihould- bridal were le. Flanking Ihe cakd eryiilal candelabra wilh blue tapors. The bride and bridegroom are both graduate;) of the Idavllle high »diool. She nl\t:nt\ty\ Indiana IMJ. verslty, and lie in a Kraduale of the International Barheni college C. W. F: Division 7 Installs Officers Officers were installed by Mrs, nichurd Jackson at l.h<; Wednesday meellng of Division 7, CWE', of Ihe Nlnlh street Christian church at (he home of Mrs. Don Jameson with Mrs. Kohert Hol- co/nb D» co-hostess. Installed wore Mrs. Robert Smith, chairman; Mrs. Dale Isaacs, vice-ctrainnan; Mrs. John Dr</mpp, secretary-treasurer, Mrs, Joe Skclton, service chairman. ' The lesson on the Phllllpplne Tn- lamhi wax givirn by Mr.s. Drompp. Contest prizes wont to Mrs. Pnul Morion and Mrs. Jackson, lie- frisshrn«nt.s were served to I/I members and five KI;KS|.H. The nexl meeting will IK: a noon picnic July HI al Spencer purk. D. of l.'s Picnic At Riverside Park he Bunker Hill Air Richard Corso, eily. Given :n marriage by her brolh- er-In-law, Francis Perrone, Ihe bride appeared in a while lace t;own, designed with a full skirt and fitted short while lace jacket that had high wai.sllinc and Ihrce- r|iiarl<:r length sleeves. A while lace veil was secured to n Juliel ca-p. She carried a whll-j mother of pearl prayer hook .lopped with a houriuc'. of white rose.s. Mr.s. P<;rrone ul.!ended In n dress of pink eyelet, styled wilh a .scwip neckline, empire bodice and bouffant skirl. She wore a pink pelnl Jlilhil cap wi',h rhuu'Mone trim and carried a colonial bonriuel of plnkj carnallons. 'f'he mother of (he bride chosn n hei(!B summer cr'.ipe dress wilh while aecj'.s.-ajrip.s and » t'or.iiige of while carnations. The britJe- uroom's molhcr was unable to al- tcnil. A reeeplion was held Immediately following the ceremony »t the VWCA annex. A dinner wan .•served al the home of bride'* p»r- enls for tho bridal parties and Immediate families. Installation of grand officers was' meeting. Howard, highlighted the evening's program. The girls modeled aprons, skirts, blouses, school dresses and party dresses. Jane Price prescnled a gifl in behalf of the 4-H girls to Mrs. Ann Brandt who had judged (he clothing earlier in Ihe evening. Father's Day gills wore presented to Dwight Smith and George Hubenthal. Charles Erdmann was chairman. Group singing was in charge of Anna Davidson, wilh Arvilla Erdma'nn as pianist. The secretary's report was read by Rutli Wagoner and devotions were given by Carol Slrong. The 4-H members sold pie, cake- and ice cream al the close of the Friday evening al the home of Mrs. Rosemary Vernon, 5M Ilcnth street, with Mrs. Jean Ann Flory afi co-hostess. The bride-elect's colors of pink and white were carried out in the decorating motif. Those attending won; Mrs, Noil Michael, Mrs. Anna Bauer, Mrs. Marlene Luotzow, Mrs. Wllnm'llo- mig, Mrs. Mary (iillespie, Mrs. Wilma Vernon, and the Misses Wll- da Button, Suunn McNutl., Jeanne Jackson, Joyce Uhl, Susan Arnold, Jtosiinn I'afUfualc, Mary Lain, Kl- len Sands, Sherry Loser, Judy Moyer and Pain Michael. Unable 1 to altend bill sending gifts were Mm. LaNILa Llewellyn, Mm, Beverly Cu.'p, Mrs. Carolyn Klnnemnn, the Misses Kay Fur, A)ny Elkclberycr ami .Shulluh Peleriion. Ho.iUiitte.'i were Mrs. Mary Lou llonley, Deer Creek, Mrs. Lodnanl are of/Kdliella iiln(!(;(l(jf,,|. r | son c ||. y am | MrB . Mary ..!..„!.. ..1 Ml !.!,. ..... ' The O Ihelr annual picnic al Klveniide! puller. 4-H Club News Tho Tip Top 4-11 club of UurlliiK- ton rnisl Monday al. the schoul with Jane Williams In chargo of Ihe meeting. The pleilyc.B were led by J'lHlher Cux and Cathy Stephens, lieverly Uuckwoiih led Ihe group and 1'atny Sibbllt the devo-, wards, Ethel Horn, Roseva Martin, and Maude Wardlow. and announcement was made that Emerson Hai."s father has passcd'away. Mr. Hall is a member of Ihe Post and his wife of the auxiliary. The report of the National V. F. W. convention to 'be held the lasl week of August at Miami, Florida, was discussed and the following I delegates and al'.crnatcs named. Delegates will be Chnrlcnc Davis, Marr Ithody, Robin Myers, Doro- Ihea Morehead, Ann Hayworlh, Lillian Webster and Elhcl Rodcn- bnugh, a local member now in Florida. Alternates named were Augusta Lyras, Virginia Spurgcon,; Ruby Higgle, Ada L'mbarger, Marie Winn, Barbara Henry and Ella Horncy. Vice-ipresidcnt Lillian Webster reported on (he Elks club three course dinner held in honor ol' Gold Stnr mothers and ail Auxiliary heads of Veteran organizations last week and n report wns made on the slate encampment held at |French Lick by Robin Myers, president., who attended the encamp- mcnt. Also nltundlng were Ann il-layworth, Marr Hhody. Marie Winn, Lillian Webster and Mary limigh. During the encampment Junior Girls of Ihe local unit look first | prize for their activities in the slate and Ihe auxiliary received two awards, one for having the largest Auxiliary membership and another fur first in slate I'liblicily by CJani Ilnll. A joint memorial service was held al. Krench Lick by Ihe men and women and also a mussing ol Ihe colors. Nina Cralgniyile, of Lafayette, WUK dueled un<( Insldlled UK departmental presidenl wlln Itobln Myers and Mary llaiigh being in- stalll:i|< conductress'. Marr llhody was named department musician and Ann Haywnr was named Junior Activities nuiimt'ntnl ch/ilnii.in. Dorothea Moruliiiiul received Ihe door prize at Lhe Tuesday meeting and refreshmenlti were served by Ada Umhtiriiur, Hai'bara Henry, Klla llorney, nnil Ruhy Rlnglu. 'J'liii next, meeting will be held In l.lio 1'iint. IloiDo July i)IJi. held Thursday aflerhoon wilh those', attending being Sharyn, Mrs. Ralph Johnston and niece and Mrs. James McKinney and (laughter, Kalnryn, of Kewanna. Those allending all sessions from Tuesday until Friday noon were Lelia Ann Fry, Vivian Brown, Sherry l-li/.er, Mrs. Merle Fry, mother advisor, and The dale of Ihe July meeting, which will be (lie ice cream supper, was changed to July 17, because of Die Cass county fair. The committees'for thai event ara Ihe following men and their wives: Clyde Davidson, Wendell Davidson, Burson Horn, Leroy Swnrtzcll, Frank Yanlis and Bert (Jrauel. Tim roll wan called and mlnules rend by Chrlfilliii! Ifyuihnlt. Ijeni- oniilratioiiH were given by Itubln Johnson uin! . Mariana Turin on "Frozen Urlnkii" and "Something Made In Craft.." Additional Society SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday 7 p.m.—.Allru.'iii dinner nwcli Trinity parish hall. 7:iK) p.m.—Circle 5, St. James Lillherun church, Mr.H. Car Moc.slu. II p.m.—American Legion Auxiliary, Unit nil. Memorial home, II p.m.—Lndkta Kaxlo IJooslur club, cluh rooms. park Wednesday evening wilh Slel- In SLukolnkl, Calherlnu Wagnci a two piece while knit drcs.'i with Ihe I.abr Ifolcl In Lafayette. while and gold accKHsorlen and the The Mitimn fieverly Krb mid Followinc a wei/dlng Irlp to (iurneii were played with prize) On Page 8 Michigan, Ihe couple will renide The couple departed for :i wedding idenlieally altired in ttov/ia «Jfi)Jl,-ir|at Iil3 Norlh Nlfith otreet, I/afay- to Mni. Cade'n. Min« Krb'n j'ownietle. Hiher Priced Get the deal of the year...see your Whito Soft, <:oriiforla))lc, nll- )>iir;>uii(! 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