SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOHT, INDIANA PAGE SEVENTEEN Former Miss Linda Fairer ' SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Mary O'Connor and Ben D'Andrea to Be Wed On January 18 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. O'Connor, of 1629 North street, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mary Patricia, to Benito Paul D'Andrea, of 1012 Erie avenue. ' The wedding will take place during a Nuptial High Mass Saturday morning, January 18, at the St. Bridget church. Bride Of Lt. David Perry Rabess-Bur?man Studio ; front and wide panel of lace ex- MRS. CHARLES WAYNE WIL- : tended from the waistline in back SON was Miss Linda Lou Farrer'and cascaded into a chapel train prior to the couple's marriage ending in deep lace scallops. Me- Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Galveston Methodist church with Reverend George Bredemuir, dallions of lace trimmed with beads and sequins also accented the skirt. The full circular fingertip veil of silk imported illusion was se- The bride's parents are Mr. and|™red-to a headpiece of crystal Mrs. Paul F. Farrer, of 521 Helm nylon tulle trimmed with pearls street, city, and the bridegroom pastor, rites. reading the double ring Wheatland Church Names Committees For Supper Nov. 21 Committees have been announced for the public chicken pie supper and food sale to be held Thursday afternoon and evening from 5 to 7 o'clock at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church. They are as follows: , standing kitchen committee for preparation of meal, Mesdames Douglass, Boatman, Wood, Temple, Kirkpatrick, Lowry and Barton; Serving in the kitchen: Pearl Wilhelm, .Jane Lindley, Blanche Cochley, Flora Jane Stewart, Evelyn Watts and Minnie Oram. Dining room: Marjorie Personett, ; chairman, Helen Siferd, Madonna jPlotner, Donna Robinson, Barbara ' Collins, Kay Cowley. Evelyn Wolf, Betty Murphy, Marie Novak, Elizabeth Kerns, Dorothy Morgan, Irene Snyder and Betty Lawhorne. Dish washing: Julia Hight, Mary Kline, Marian Werner, Anna is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- iey Wilson, of route 1, Walton.. Flanking a large bouquet of yellow and bronze pompons at the altar were palms and lighted tapers in branched candelabra. Miss Carolyn Grantham, 727 Eighteenth street, was soloist and was accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth McCoy, Galveston, when she sang "Because," "True Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." . Miss Linda Hultz, 1208 North street, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were the Misses Judy Wheaton, 208',i East Miami avenue, and Sandra Hipsher, 1922 East Market street. Tom Wilson, route 1, Walton, served his brother as best man, and ushers were Dick Ault and Dan Kitchel, both of Galveston. Given in Marriage and sequins. She carried a bouquet of bronze, white and yellow mums and pompons with white satin streamers. The maid of honor was attired in a gown of toast velveteen, fashioned with a molded bodice, a sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves. The full circular v skirt was ballerina-length. She wore a crown of tiny Japanese petals of velvet trimmed with pearls, securing a shoulder-lengflh. veil of soft beige. The bridesmaids wore gowns and headpieces fashioned in the same style, with the exception of color which was turquoise. They carried bouquets of bronze, Elzene Waters. Ruth Hazel Michael, Edith Carlson, Mary Mitchell, and Hyman, Hassett, Mable Fitch. Plate scraping: Betty Cox, Helen Michael, 'Fran Smith, Thelma Benjamin, and Marie Kirkpatrick. Silverware: Vivian Shiedler, Mary Harris, Alice Morgan. Pies: Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Cowley, and Rulh Fickle, Publicity; Jane Pusey and Jane Lindley. Carry-outs: Reba Briggs, Gladys Whiteman, and Gladys Norris. Soliciting: Polly Carbaugh, Evelyn Watts, ' Hazel Michael, Minnie Delzell, and Lura Frantz. Food sale: Mrs. Vic Wolf, Mrs. John Cotner; Deloris Smith, Joan Foster, and Ruth Gordon. Hostesses for the evening will be Lois Weigand and Mary Fisher. Bride-elect of •v.-V Teenage Panel Highlights Fourth Mothers Guest Night T panel discussion by high school students highlighted the Friday evening meeting of the Fourth Mothers • study cluk at the home of i Mrs. Robert Lawrence, 2005 East Broadway, at which time guest night was also featured. Thirty-two members and seven guests were present. They were Mrs. Roscoe Norton, Mrs. Anthony Polsinelli. Mrs. John Gilman, Mrs. Gerry Reese, Mrs. Carl Bergan, Mrs. Clyde Alder, all of Logan-sport, and Miss Marilyn Myers, Huston, Texas. The business meeting was opened by Mrs. Quentin Danely, president, with the collect followed by Scripture. Mrs. R .V. Herd, pro! gram chairman, introduced Miss i Lillian. Duncan, high school regis- I trar anj[ teen canteen director. | Miss Duncan in turn introduced five students from the high school who presented a panel discussion on problems between parents and teenagers. On the panel were Terry Hershberger, moderator, Judy Polsinelli Jeanne Yoder, Steve Wheatley anc Dave Baker. Following the program refreshments were served by the comimittee: Mrs. Lloyd Murphy, chair- 'mar:, Mrs. Thomas Burdge, Mrs. ; Howard Carbaugh, Mrs. Cletus ! Fitz, Mrs. Warren Parker ; i Mrs. Lciyd Wilkinson; rney earned oouqueis 01 oronze, . . n • white, yellow and pink carnations JOCK rarmeter IS and pompons. The mother of the bride chose a black taffeta princess style, dress with white accessories while the A gown of Chantilly lace and bridegroom's mother selected a nylon tulle over satin was chosen j Dior blue lace dress with pink ac- by the bride, who was given ,jn marriage by her father. The molded bodice of lace featured a mandarin collar and neckline hand-embroidered with tiny crystal beads and irridescent sequins. The long sleeves tapered to bridal points over the hands. The bouffant skirt was styled with a ' deep scalloped peplum of lace over the pleated tulle of the Fret-Thanksgiving SALE Coats-Suits Dresses Juniors, Misses, Petites, Women's SAVE ON FASHION COATS Our stock is overflowing with new styles—fine fabrics — lavish fur-trims! All priced at dollars less than you'd expect! GROUP 1 Were $49.95 $69.95 Now $37.88 $51.88 GROUP 2 Were $75.00 $99.50 Now $55.88 $71.88 GROUP 3 Were $105.00 $150.00 Now $78.00 $112.00 Group of Wool Dresses Regular Fall & Winter Wools SPECIALLY PRICED FOR CLEARANCE Up to '/3 off dress shop 326 East Broadway Feted At Shower Miss. Phyllis Lamm, bride-elect of Jack Parmeter, was honored at a bridal shower recently at the home of Mrs. George Parmeter, IMISS«NORMA DALE GUYTON became the bride of Lt. David Lee Perry during a double ring ceremony Saturday afternoon at 4 c'cloek at the First Baptist church at Bladenboro, North Carolina, with the Reverend ^John H. McCrimmon officiating'. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Emmett Guyton, of .Bladenboro, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Oliver H. Perry, ST., of Star City. Palms, fern, baskets of white gladioli, mums and pompons and lighted tapers provided the. setting for the impressive rites. Mrs. H. L. Walters was organist and accompanied Miss Carrie Inman Freeman who sang "Through the Years" and "The Wedding Pra- y^r " Mrs. Chester M. Davis, Jr., sis- :essories. Both wore corsages of ink carnations. Reception for 250 A reception was held in the ihurch basement for 250 guests ollowing the ceremony. Decora- ions were in keeping with the bride's chosen colors with *e ables decorated in bronze and urquoise net. A four tiered wed- ling cake topped with a miniature iridal couple was flanked by gold md bronze candles in candelabra. ?he cake was decorated by Mrs. Goldie Little, Mrs. Vera Gust and Mrs. Bertha Stanton. Hostesses were Mrs. Donna Bandolph, sister of the bride, Mrs. Anita Allen, cousin of the bride, Miss Juanita Smith and Miss Carol Wilson, sis- ;er of the bridegroom. An anniversary candle service was also used. For traveling the bride- chose a charcoal wool sheath dress with red accessories and a red velvet acket. Following a trip through Jie South and Florida, the couple will' reside at route 2, Galveston. The bride is a local high school graduate and is employed as an x-ray technician at St. Joseph's lospital. Her husband, a graduate of the Galveston high school, is taking an extension course in agriculture at Purdue University. 10 West Miami avenue. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert blue velveteen and nylon net designed with velveteen bodices, net cu-mmberbunds and skirts over taffeta. They carried bouquets of large 'bronze mums with yellow pompons. Their headpieces were -of matching plaited velveteen and nylon net. The flower girl apeared in a gown of matching blue .velveteen and her headpiece was identical to the other attendants'. She carried a basket of bronze chrysanthemum petals. Mother's Atlirs For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Guyton chose a dress of navy blue lace with matching accessories while "Mrs. Perry, mother oE the bridegroom, selected a navy blue December 8th Bride^Elect Third Mothers Convene At Harvey Home; 28 Attending Members of the Third Mothers study club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Olive Harvey, 216 Eighth street, .with 26 members and two guests present. Mrs. Harry Friedman, of Grafton, West Virginia, and Mrs. Carolyn Gr.able, were guests. Mrs. Barbara Cooper, president, was in charge of the business meeting opening with the collect. Janet Greensfelder read the treasurer's report, and Mrs. Robert Newman read the club's constitution for the benefit of new members. The secretary's report was also read. Suggestions and ideas were sub : • Rodkey Studio BETROTHED—Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Echler, of Delphi, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nancy L., to Frederick B. Clark, son of Homer Clark, of Williamsport, Indiana. Bj The wedding will take place at the First Brethren church in Delphi at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. December 8. . . ' Miss Echler, a 1957 graduate of the Delphi high school, is employed at the Horner Motor Sales in Lafayette. Her fiance is an electrician. . . , ., - A reception was held following ter of the bride, of Fayetateville,;the ceremony in the church social crepe" dress with matching acces- mitted for the Christmas project sories Both wore orchid corsages, Sherrill, Mrs. Jan Parmeter and Mrs. Clifford McClaeb. Crystal service was used on the serving table which was centered with an arrangement of mums. Invited guests were: Mrs. Howard Lamm, Mrs. Don Grubbs, Mrs. Gerald Hewitt, Mrs. Bill Wilkinson, Mrs. Claude Walker, Mrs. Neil Pankow, Miss Pauline Bookwalt- ei, Mrs. Herbert Reeser, Mrs. Robert Laird, Mrs. G. P. Frank, Mrs. Wayne Chambers, Mrs. Elmer Chambers, Mrs. L. A. Wilson, Mrs. Bill Farrer, Mrs. Tom Smith, Mrs! Raymond Parmeter, Mrs. E. R. Bird, Mrs. Ken Huntsinger, Mrs. Charles Brewer, Mrs. Harry D. Martin, Mrs. Robert Frank, Mis. James Frank, Miss Janet Frank. Mrs. Charles Frank, Mrs. James L. Smith, Mrs. Richard Harvey, Mrs. Dan Smith, Mrs. Don Smith, Mrs. David Debois, Mrs. Jerry Grace 'Lutheran Women to Meet The United Lutheran Church Women of Grace Lutheran church will hold the first circle meetings Tuesday at the church. Acting chairmen for the circles North Carolina, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Randall Ashburn, Raeford,. North Carolina; Miss Dorothy Humphreys, Kinston, North Carolina; Miss Ollie Lou Proffitt, Kinston; and Mrs. Jack L Rimraer, sister o! the bride, Charlotte, North Carolina. Miss tBrenda Davis, niece of the bride, of Fayetleville, was flower girl. Oliver H. Perry, Jr., of Kewanna, was best man, .and ushers were Sgt., Chester M. Davis, Jr., 'Fayeteville; Jack L' Rimmer, Charlotte,; Francis E. Hendrickson, Kewanna; and Kent Perry, of Star City. Lace and Tulle Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a gown of white Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over satin, designed with a fitted lace bodice, short sleeves and a modified Sabrina neckline accented with pleated tulle and sequin and pearl embroidery. The bouffant skirt of lace and tulle panels was floor-length. Her two- hall. Following the reception, the couple left for George Air Force Base, Victorville, California, where they will live. For traveling the bride selected a black wool suit with a white fur . collar, matching accessories and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The bride is a graduate of Bladenboro high school and attended East Carolina college at Greenville, North Carolina. She was employed as a secretary at Stallings Air Force Base. Kinston, North Carolina. Her husband, a graduate of the Star City high school, attended Purdue University and is a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. of matching lace leaves trimmed with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of orchids and white mums. The matron of honor and bridesmaids were attired in gowns od Gibson, Mrs. Joseph Arone and; tiered fingertip -veil of imported Mrs. Jim Malott. Winners in con- j illusion was secured to a bateau tests were Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Malott and Mrs. McClaeb with duplicate prizes going to Miss Lamm. Garden Club Meets With Muriel Weser The Logansport Garden club met Friday evening with Muriel Weser with Mrs. Pearl.,Ti-kfer; president, conducting the meeting. The club prayer was repeated and roll called, members answering with "how birds resemble peo- Mrs. Adah Hedrick read the,»r;c- retary's report and- Herman Fries are Mrs. William Scherer, Mrs. l and Frank Pufahl were named on Robert Wolf and Miss Doris Wolf.! the by-pass committee. The morning meeting will begin at 9:30 o'clock with Mrs. Scherer in charge. The afternoon meeting, led by Mrs. Wolf, will start at 1:30 o'clock, and Miss Wolf will be in charge of the evening meeting at 7:30 o'clock. All women of the church are urged to attend the meeting of their choice. The side-swept beret turban is a big fashion for winter.- Soft and crushable, it comes in jewel colors and in velvet, satin and woo) jersey. The cotton knit sheath with a thirt top is a well-liked autumn fashion. Holds, its shape and car ries a modest price tag. The Neal Home Christmas party was discussed and announcement made that the clubs' Christmas party would be December I8th at the YWCA featuring a turkey supper. The meeting closed with the repeating of the Mispah benediction. Jack Ellis, of Cleveland, a house guest at the Weser home, showed films on flower arrangements, a treasure hunt in Burmuda and a vacation trip through the Eastern states and Canada which has been taken by Mrs. Weser, her son, and Mr. Ellis. Refreshments were served. Guests attending were ' Mrs. Charles Weser, Mrs. Virginia Belcher, Miss Jean Belcher, Grover Hetzner and Pack Ellis. THE 'CARRIAGE BARN 217-nthSt. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, »xc*pt Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GrFTS CARPETS Forrest J. R»*c!, Interiors DRAPERY UPHOLSTHtY ACCESSORIES and it was voted to remember the County Home for the Aged with a gift of money. Mrs. . William Parkins, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Dick ieinhert, a club member, who 'resented the following readings: 'The Raft," "Turkey" and "Thanksgiving Day." t Refreshments were served by he following co-hostesses, Alice ledluncl, chairman, Betty Dens- >orn, Jean McWilliams and Joanne Scherer. The next meeting will be a ^hristaias party Thursday, Decem- >er 12, at the home of Mrs. Cooper, roule 5. DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hilt Greenhouse N6W Musical Thrill... Come In and Listen To The LOWREY! L O W R E Y ORGAN The lowrey i> the perfect organ for your hornet Her* are just a few of ill many wonderful features:e lOWREY.versCT/iVfry.. .more voices, more exciting new tonal effecds! olOWHEY sound 1idelity...iu\}, rich voices reproduced through matched twin speakers for true hi-fi purity! " ' e LOWHEY. playing ease..'^Lovniy's exclusive "Minit-Music" enables anyone to play beautiful music right away! • IOWHEY jo>//n#...adds distinctive beauty to year home! Available in a wide choice of cabinets and finishes! • IOWBEY glide control... provides real slide trombon> and many other realistic tonal *ects! STRANGE MUSK HOUSE At Morocco's 521 E. Broadway SIMPLICITY STRESSED AT MARRIAGE OF VAL LYBROOK-MICHAEL -WINES a corsage of a pale pink orchid while the groom's mother chose a. During a double ring ceremony Sunday, November 10th, Miss Valera Ann Lybrook became' the bride of Miachael S. Wines ^t the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold T. Lybrook, 432 Grove street. Logansport. The groom is the son of Mr. arid Mrs. Lowell Wines of Kokomo. The Rev. Harold JL King, of the Calvary Presbyterian church, read the ceremony. Miss Sharon Key of route five was imSid of honor and Ronald Brunt of Kokomo. best man. : Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose for her wedding a' princess style street length dress of white lace topping taffeta featuring a. boat neckline which dipped to a V in back. She wore a small crown of white taffeta which secured her shoulder length veil of illusion and carried a bouquet of white rosebuds. The maid of honor attended in a navy princess styled frock of faille created with a white lace collar which also dipped to a V in back. She wore a navy and white hat and carried pink carnations. Mrs. Lybrook selected for her daughter's wedding a sheath dress of dior blue wool crepe and had beige lace dress topping taffeta complimented with brown accessories and a brown orchid corsage. Approximately 65 guests gathered at the Lybrook residence for the 4 o'clock reception which featured yellow and bronze decorations highlighted with yellow and bronze mums on the serving table further adorned with bows of fall hues. Virginia Rollo and Marilyn Scott both of route three, Logansport, were hostesses. For their wedding trip to Chicago the bride changed into a turquoise sheath dress and wore a winter-white hat of fur. The bride is a graduate of Logansport high school is a member. of Beta Sigma Phi sorority and is employed as secretary at David Warehouse. Her husband, a graduate of the Kokomo high school, is stationed with the Army at Ft. Gordon, Georgia. A beaded bag in' a .delicate, floral stripe pattern could be a beautiful accessory today and aa heirloom tomorrow. Santo is wise in the ways of delighting sweater girls at Christmastime ... thafs why he left us so many giftworthy new sweaters. Nothing can match the beauty of our Jane Irwills and Bobbie Brooks ... available' in many styles and_ luscious colors to set her apart from the crowd. $3.98 to $14.98 Apparel Shop 320 Fourth St.
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