Eight Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOLEMNIZE ROSS-COOK NUPTIALS IN LATE FALL MONTICELLO RITES A color motif of scarlet and white marked the late fall wedding Sunday afternoon of Miss Mary Jane Ross and Orville Cook, Jr., when the couple exchanged nuptial vows at 2:30 o'clock at the First Christian church of Monticello. The Reverend D. Lester Niles officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ross, of Monticello, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Cook, of Carey, Ohio. Mrs. Ralph Miller was organist and played a recital of bridal airs. She accompanied the soloist, Russell Bundy who sang "Because." "I Love You Truly," and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride's father escorted her to the altar and gav-e her in marriage. She was attired in a waltz length gown of rosepoint lace and tulle over satin. The molded bodice of lace was accented with £ standup collar above the yoke of tulle, and the long sleeves tapered to bridal points at the wrist. Lace distinguished the front and back of the bouffant skirt with lace medallions over the tulle. The full skirts were worn over 'a Isce hoop. A small cap of matching lace •with seed pearl and sequin trim held veil. of Amazonica lilies and. stephanotis clusters topped the white Bible, in place the, elbow length The cascade arrangement Little Terry was dressed identical to the other attendants, .wore a wristlet of flowers and carried a miniature garden basket of rose petals;, fern and "pompons. Steve carried the rings to the altar atop a white satin and lace pillow. Serving as best man was his Robert H. Sayre. oervuig as uesi man was nis «- • . j, / brother William Cook, of Carey, rOfmer LOCQI Man, Weds In Louisiana CELEBRATE 40th ANNIVERSARY Ohio, and ushers were Paul Ross, thp bride's brother and Don Bechtel of Lima, Ohio. Ross selected a navy blue sheer with navy accessories. For her son's wedding Mrs.. Cook attended in a Wedgewood blue silk frock with white and black acceis- sorieH. Their shoulder corsages were white carnations. Following the wedding the bridal couple was honored with a reception at the Sportsman Hotel, given the newlyweds by Senator and Mrs. Roy Conrad, proprietors of the Sportsman where Mr. Cook is farm'manager of the Sportsman Farms. Thu scarlet and white bridal motif added effective color to the appointments. -.The center round table laid with a lace cloth over red . held • the decorated four tier cake. A bride and groom under a heart of red and white ornamented the top of the cake encircled at the base with red carna- St. Mary of the Angels church at New Orleans, Louisiana, was the scene of a wedding Saturday, October 5, when Miss Jane Leah Clesi and Robert H. Sayre, son of Mrs. Frank A. Flynn, ISO Wheatland avenue, city, were married. The bride is the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Clesi, of New Orleans, and the bridegroom is also the son of the late Virgil Howard Sayre. The Reverend Serran Braun officiated at the morning ceremony. The bride wore a waltz-length gown of white silk organza and Chantilly lace. She carried a prayer book topped with a white orchid. Her finger-tip veil was secured to a crown of pearls. . A reception was held following the ceremony after which the couple departed on a wedding trip to Mexico. They are residing at 925 Dauphine avenue, New Orleans. lions, snowdrop -.pompons, fern I The bridegroom, a 1940 graduate sprays and white satin frills. | o£ the 1[>cal hign sch . 00 i an< i p ur Mrs. Jack Armstrong of Upper Sandusky, . Ohio, sister of the brideigroom, cut the wedding cake a wedding gift by Mrs. Ross to and others assisting with the hos her daughter. Her single strand of ipitalities were Mrs. Robert Adam- pearls were the gift of the bridegroom. Attending the bride were Miss Marjorie Cook of Carey, Ohio, a sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Kobert Larson and Miss Loretta Cross. They were attired in ballerina scarlet taffeta gowns. Short puffed sleeves marked the bodice with neckline completed to a V in the back. The skirt fell in full folds from the fitted waistline marked with wide white satin sash crossed in front and falling to the hem in the back. Shoulder length circular veils in matching color braided headbands secured to of velvet. Their single strands of pearls and earrings and wrist length white son and Misses Bettie Brown and Delores Morris who poured the punch. Miss Nada Ireland and Mrs. Walter Leichty who registered the guests at the church. The newlyweds departed on a two wewks wedding trip which will take them to Las Vegas, Nevada, and on to California. The bride traveled in a Wedgewood blue dress, made with full skirl; • and three quarter length sleeves, Her accessories were in "matching shade. Upon their return Mr. and Mrs. Cook will be at home in the residence on the Sportsman grounds across from the hotel. Mrs. Cook was graduated from Monticello high school in 1952. gloves they wore were gifts of the [ she is employed as bookkeeper at bride. Attendants carried colonial j the Welfare Finance Corp.; on S. cascades of white carnations each centered with a tiny red rose. L'ittle Theresa Ann Boss, niece of the bride, daughter of Paul Ross, was flower girl and Steve Adamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eobert Adamson was ring bearer. Main street. •The bridegroom was graduated from VanLue. Ohio, high school and Ohio State University at Columbus, Ohio. He has been farm manager of the Sportsman Farms the past four years. FETE BRIDE OF RICHARP CHAPMAN AT RECENT POST-NUPTIAL SHOWER Mrs. Richard L. Chapman, the former Miss Rosemarie Hall, was honored recently at a post-nuptial shower at the Clymers Methodist church basement. Hostesses were Mrs. Berniece Gordon, Mrs. Martha Snell, Mrs. Katy Michaels, Mrs. Jane Slusser, Mrs. Mildred Sprinkle, Mrs. Rosanna McFatridge, Mrs. Lena Dillman, Mrs. M'ary Appleton, Mrs. Barbara Dillman and Mrs. Suzanne Porter. A pink and white motif was used In the decorations with an unbrel- la suspended over the gift table. Favors, cheesecake and coffee were served. Guests were: Mrs. Clara Hurley, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Callie Rice, Mrs. Mary Dillman, Mrs. Gertrude Mowdy, Mrs. Anna Mulcahy, Mrs. Norman Watson, Mrs. Ted Dillman, Mrs. Shelby Appleton, Mrs. Snell, Mrs. Opal Appleton, Mrs. Sadie Gray, Mrs. Michaels, Mrs. Slusser, Mrs. Mae Owens, Mrs. Vera Slusser, Mrs. Lacy Chilcott, Mrs. Mabel Gifford, Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson and Mrs. Sue Julian. Mrs. Orpha Kruger, Mrs.' Esther Powell, Mrs. Florence. Lesh, Mrs. Sprinkle, Mrs. Charlotte Sailors, Mrs. Marlene Remley, Mrs. Eva Galbreath, Mrs. Pat Brown, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. Betty Dillion, Mrs. Opal Brake, Mrs. McFatridge, Mrs. Fern Sink, Mrs. Ethel Showalter, Mrs. Susie Pugh, Mrs. Phyllis Shoff, Mrs. Frances Gross, Mrs. Bonnie Handy, .Mrs. Leva Deford, Miss Esther Dietrich. Mrs. Carrie Hall, Mrs. Margaret Hs.Ii, Mrs. Stella Keesey. Mrs. Lena Dillman, Mrs. Eileen Lewis, Mrs. Mary Appleton, Mrs. Clara Slusser, Mrs. Anna Dietrich, Mrs. Ruth Lacey, Mrs. Shirley Lohning, Mrs. Pauline Sherman, Mrs. Sue Dietrich, Mrs. Ina Sink, Mrs. Edna Daughtery, Mrs. Eva Michael, Mrs. Dorothy Babb, Mrs. Ann Wagoner, Mrs. Lucille Nicholson, Mrs. Martha Justice and Mrs. Jessie Dietrich. Mrs. Louise Johnson, Mrs. Ethel Alber, Mrs. Jeanette Hyman, Mrs. Barbara Dillman, Mrs. Suzanne Porter, Mrs. Betty Heise, Mrs. Clarice McCloskey, Mrs. Lettie Porter, Mrs. Donna Bernhardt, Mrs. Opal Jacoby, Mrs. Evelyn 1-eazenby, Mrs. Laura Appleton, Mrs. L. O. Larimore, Mrs. Lownie Larimore, Mrs. Melba Berkshire and Mrs. Helen Homburg. Also the Misses Marcia Lacey, Betty Lacey, Kay Sailors, Norma Nicholson, Phyllis Hall, Vicky Johnson. Dottie Chilcott, Ethel Leabenby, Sharon Leazenby, Carol Berkshire and Judith Homburg. HOW MANY CLUB Mrs. Dean Zellars entertained the How Many club Tuesday even- Ing at her home on Montgomery street. Bunco prizes went to Flora McClure, Rosa Hulbert and Carrie Clayton. Plans were made for the Christmas party and refreshments •erved. Mrs. Charlotte Bundy is the next hostejt. PTA Council Hears Reports At Meeting Reports were'heard at the Tuesday afternoon meeting,of the Logansport PTA Council at the school administration building. Mrs. Harry Stinemetz, president, was in charge of the meeting, opened with devotions by Mrs.-Jack Regan. Mrs. Eugene Denham, secretary pro-tern, reported and read the roll. Mrs. Charles LaDow submitted the treasurer's account. Mrs.' G. W. Wolf, Jr., reported on the Council Workshop in Muncie, and Mrs. Stinemetz gave- a report of the Regional Conference in Lafayette. Committees for the Founder's Day Banquet were appointed. Mrs. Wolf was named Scholarship Chairman, and the presidents! of each local unit will be asked' to assist her. Superintendent of S c h o o 1 s Charles Sharp addressed the s;roup on the school building program, and answered questions 'presented by the members. ' - due University, is employed as distriot manager for the' Kaiser Aluminum company.. The bride is employed'in the office of the Jan-t- zen company. HD Officers' School To Be Held Monday The Home Demonstration Officers' Training.school has been an- •nounced for Monday at the YWCA by Miss Ethel Nice, Cass county HD agent. She also announced that supplies for the school will be distributed. Tne program and committees have been revealed as follows: 10:00 a.m. CST, Executive Committee; 11:00, Presidents pick up year books; 12:00 V Lunch. Bring covered' dish and service; 1:00, Classes; Presidents and Vice- Presidents, Mrs. Lois Fickle, 1958 Co. President, Mjss Jane- alyce Rouls, Assistant State Leader; Secretary-Treasurers — Mrs. Florence Meeker. Co. Sec.- Treas. Miss Ethel Nice, H.D.A. Reporters, Mrs. Debra Ide, Jr. Director Representative from Local Newspaper; Club .Project Chairmen, Mrs. Mary Peters, Co. Sr. Director Miss Martha Cullop, Assistant State Leader; Registra- ;ion, Mrs. Josephine Reed, County Vice-President. Committees: Place and decoration — Progressive; Coffee and Food Arrangements, Circle III. SOCIETY Weymer Pupils To Present Program Miss Mildred Weymer will present a group of students in a program of piano music Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Broadway Methodist church lower auditorium. Participating will be .Loretta Showiey, five years old, Janice Austin, Linda Austin, Jan Crippen, Freddie Landis,- Jean Crippen, Judy Leavell,- Kim Parkins, Diana Landis, Theresa Isaacs, Darla Jean Norris, Patty Rouch, Billy Parkins, Diana Bolin, Jane Grube, Tracy Young, Coleen Baker, Jean Ann Smith, Mary and Karen Southworth; Keith'Schumaker, Don Baker, Rosemary King, .Joan Brookmyer, Paul Killian, John Brookmyer, Jr., and Sherry Hizer.' The public is invitea to attend this hour program. The Ladies, Eagle Booster club will hold a social meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the club rooms. Members are asked to note the change of meeting date. -TV- Owl's club will meet Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock for a covered dish supper at the home of Mrs. Florence McCormick, 200 Wheatland avenue. ~&Division 7, CWF, Ninth streel Christian church, will meet tonight at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frances Lapcheska, 519 Thirteenth street. The llth district of the Indiana Pohlman Studio. THE REVEREND AND MRS. LLOYD OVERMYER, of Lake Bruce, celebrated their 4l)th wedding anniversary Sunday, -October 20, with a trip through the southern states and Florida. The couple has five children, Reverend Samuel Overmyer, Urbana; DeVon, of Kewanna; Reverend Kenneth Overmyer, Donaldson;' Lawrence, of Nappanee; and Don, of Lake Bruce. There are also eight grandchildren. The- Reverend Overmyer is pastor of the Prairie Grove and Olive Branch EUB churches. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) Eel HD Club 2 Meets At YWCA Eel township HD club No. 2 met Tuesday afternoon at the YWCA club rooms with Mrs. F«rn Ward, president, in charge. Flag salutes were led by Mrs. Faye Robbins, and roll call was answered with Thanksgiving plans. . Mrs; Adah Hedrick, secretary, and Miss Frankie Kinneman, treasurer, reported prior to devo- .ions by Mrs. Minnie Austin who used as her theme "Thanksgiving" and closed with prayer. "Now Thank We All Our God," .he song of the month, was read by the group and Mrs. Faye Martin reported on the club's for the year Rosalee Beebout, I. C. Hall Married Miss Rosalee Beebout and Isaac Clay Hal-1 were married Monday evening during a candlelight, single ring ceremony read at 7:30 o'clock at the Market street Methodist church with the Reverend Harry Hashberger officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beebout, route 3, city, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Janic James, 1322 Canty street. Miss Rosemary Langsford, of Logansport and Clarence Osborn, route one Walton, attended the couple. For her wedding the bride chose nouncing that they had tied with Washington township each club having'97%. Eel club was awarded the trophy for 6 months. Miss Kinneman attended the Purdue conference September 29 through October 2nd and the club voted to send the adopted patient at the state hospital a gift for Thanksgiving and Christmas.- The club's Christmas party was discussed and the group voted to hold a fifty-cent exchange. The lesson on landscaping was presented in two parts by Mrs. Giace Kiesling and Mra. Pearl Tikfer. The meeting closed with the Mizpah and refreshments were members. a bolero jacket. She wore a white hat and pearl jewelry. Her accessories were black and her corsage of red rosfcs. The maid of honor, attended in a black pink flecked suit and wore a corsage of white carnations. They are residing' at 414% Thirteenth street. The bride attended Washington high school and is employed at,the G-ossard. The groom, who attended school in Kentucky, is employed by the Logansport Light Department. , , State Nurses Association andI Flor- — ™^ the ' at^d'aTce ---- Nightengale study club wiU Ue _ Mrs _ Bmha Cotterman ^ Thursday evening at 7:30 o- hnrf=SB ,„„„ .,,.„;,.,.„,, u.. ,,„ ,„_' meet Thursday evening clock at the YWCA annex. Mrs. Grace Rearick, in charge of the State Nurses' roll call, will be the principal speaker. All registered nurses are invited to attend. -rV- A chicken and noodle supper was served to members of tha TD club recently at the home of Joe Han:- kee, route 2. A short business meeting was held, and names were drawn for the Christmas party. Bunco was played with prizes going to Virginia Smith, Virginia Corcoran, Lucille Michael and Eileen Mollencup. Refreshments were served'at the close of the evening. The Christmas party will be held at the home of Lucille Michaels on High street. -7V- The Women's Fellowship of the hostess, was assisted by Mrs. Minnie Austin, Mr. Mary Yeakley and Miss Grace Knauss. 60-Attend Kilo Club Luncheon Sixty members attended the Kila club Thanksgiving luncheon Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs. Henry Wolf, 2413 High street. Mr. Wolf showed slides of a South American trip following the lunch. Entertaining rooms were decorated in a Thanksgiving motif. On the committee in charge were Lib Bailey, chairman, Mary Mehaffie, Thelma Koontz, Kate Robb, Dorothy Miller, Skip Kinnear, Margaret Miller and Libby Bodinson. XI OMICRON CHAPTER HOME AND HOBBY HD Home and Hobby Home Demonstration club members convened Monday evening at the home of Dona Lou Smith, 604 Tanguy, with 24 persons attending. Pledge to the flag was reported prior lo roll call, "my Idea of being rich." The secretary, Jan« Land, read the minutes and Virginina Swartzell led the group in singing "Faith of Our Fathers" with Peggy King at the piano. Ruth Powlen gave the safety lesson and read a pamphlet, "What Every Child Needs For Good Mental Health". Jackson Future Teachers Initiate Initiation was conducted for 12 new members during a candlelight ceremony Tuesday evening «by the Jackson township Future Teachers club at the home of Janet Kletser, Galveston. • . .Judy Robertson, president, called the meeting to order and Kathy Sexton and anet Kletser were in charge of inducting the following new member.?, which secretary Sue Armstrong presented to the group: Nieta Rose, Diane Kletser, Roberta Jernadan, Marietta Simson, Janet Edwards, Patsie Ronk, Judy Winslow, Sandra Stafford, Donnie Smith, Jim Crockett, Dave Rodabaugh and Phillip Peterson. A short business meeting follow, ed the initiation and the following committee members reported on their work in framing the club charter: Joan Peterson, Karen Pe terson, Don Spence and Oarl Johnson. The shop-buy committee reported on the upcoming sale and a report was presented on the recent area convention. A discussion on colleges and tuition fees was conducted and refreshments were served by the "hostesses, Loretta Hodsen, Joan Peterson, Sherry -Hoghe and Kathy Sexton. The next meeting will be sometime in December. Chosen "Ideal Girl" By College Sorority Miss Judy Riemenschneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Riemenschneider, formerly of Winamac, now of Paxton, Illinois, was honored recently as the "ideal girl" of her social sorority, Delta Gamma, at the University of Illinois. Announcement of Miss Riemenschneider and 27 other coeds as "ideal sorority girls" was made at. the annual Penhellenie ball at the school. The girls were chosen by secret vote of fellow sorority members. Voting was based on leadership, scholarship, activity participation and appearance. Miss Riemenschneidcr is a senior in music education and is president of her sorority. The girls were also honored at a banquet November 13 when each was presented an "ideal girl" bracelet, SOCIAL CALENDAR 6:30 p. WEDNESDAY m.—Tau Phi Lambda, Mrs. Loisann Hatten. 7:30 p. m.—United Lutheran Church Women, St. Luke's, Mrs. Oscar Homburg. 7:45 p. m.—Second Mothers study club, Mrs. Clarence Hill. THURSDAY 10 a. m.—District 2, Mothers of World War 2, VFW hall, Knox. Neon—Adams township HD club, community hall. 1:30 p. m.—Wayne Friendly HD club, Mrs. Chester Whybrew. 1:30 p. m.—Washington township Cass county HD, Mrs. Icel Jones. 2 p. m.—Mental Culture club, Mrs. Louree Wilson. 2 p. m.—GIA Social club, Mrs. Charles Ferguson. PAST PRESIDENTS PARLEY The Past Presidents Parley of thf American Legion Auxiliary met with Lenora Hipshire, 606 Biddle street Saturday evening with twelve members attending. Thanksgiving decorations were used. A report of the Parley Conference of District No. 2 held at War saw was given by delegates. They also told that announcement was made that nurses scholarships were available to daughters of the Legion members. Prizes during the evening went to Fairy Emmons, Nell Bradfield Agnes Shanteaii, Leonora Hipshire and Isabelle Rammel. Wednesday Evening, November 20, I95T. Bright Daytime Outfit BY TRACY ADRIAN nPHERE is a very cheery feeling about this daytime A costume that would make it a good choice for a, week end in the country and a sure brightener for, dark days in the city. The outfit is of jersey in an exciting shade of r«d.' The wide-collared box jacket has a brass-button closing. The buttons are repeated on the cuffed sleeves and again on the pockets with their black leather tabs. Th« matching skirt is straight and slim. The committee for the Christmas j The next meeting will be PAST CHIEFS CLUB The Past Chiefs club oE Diana Temple No. 30 met with Mrs. Mary Harris Tuesday evening with nine members and one guest attending. Mrs. Anna Waite conducttxl the business meeting at which time the minutes were read and dues paid. Plans were made for the nual Christmas dinner arid gift oxchange at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer. Mrs. Lucy Yocum won the mystery prize. The meeting closed with the watchword, and Mrs. Spencer was in charge o£ the social how. Contests and card bingo were enjoyed with prizes going to Mrs. Bertha Dial, Mrs. Thelma Becker, Mrs.. Waite, Mrs. Jessie Scott and Mrs. Goldie Watson. Mrs. Florence Tichenor will en- lertain the club in January, and Mrs. Harris- will plan entertainment. Read the Classified Ads Shiloh Congregational Christian! Xi Omipron chapter of the Beta church will meet Thursday after- Sigma PHi sorority convened Mon- noon at 1:30 o'clock at the home'day evening at the home of Mrs. of Mrs. John Sanders. All members are urged to attend. -TV- Young America Friendship Rebekah lodge 504 will meet at the hall Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, item for the auction and a gift for the sunshine box. Guests may be invited. INFANT JESUS OF PRAGUE Mrs. Vernon Whaley entertained the Infant Jesus of Prague study club of St. Joseph church Monday evening at which time roll call was answered with current events. Secretary-treasurer reports were given, iind Mrs. TOialey led the Rosary and devotions. A report was given on the recent NCCW meeting. A round-table discussion was held on religion after -which work was done on the cord rosaries for the missions. Names were drawn for the Christmas party December 16 at the home of Mrs. Hosella Nowvis- kie with Mrs. Vera, Grusenmeyer assisting. Refreshments were served at a table decorated with lighted tapers and a winter bouquet. A-nka Schmidt, 417 Fourteenth street. Mary Lou Baublit, president, conducted the short business meeting. Members are asked bo bring a can of vegetables to the December 2 meeting for the Christmas basket. Cards and games were enjoyed with prizes going to Martha Pum- el, Margaret Smith and Eileen. Lyons. Favors from the 1 state convention were displayed. Mrs. Puimel, Doranne Heimlich and Mrs. Smith demonstrated party tricks. Refreshments were served. party will be Team No. 1, who lost the attendance contest. The collect was repeated and the lesson presented by Margaret Smith. A guessing game of objects and facts was held with prizes going to Jessie Isaacs and Olive Umbarger. The door prize went to Sue Ogle. Refreshments were served. MCKIN'LEY PTA More than 500 persons attended the chili and oyster supper held by McKinley school P.T.A. Friday evening. The bake sale was conducted in the first grade room. Decorations for the event were in keeping with Thanksgiving with pumpkins and brown and orange crepe streamers centering the long white covered tables. Mrs. Donald McDowell is presidetn of the group. Christmas party in December. FURTHER REDUCTIONS in our serrei-annual OL6W1ANCS Of French Room and Budget MILLINERY May Postpone Trials Over Highway Scandal INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The possibility existed today that additional trials in the Indiana highway scandal will be postponed until after the Christmas holidays. Former state highway chairman Virgil (Red) Smith was scheduled :o be tried beginning Dec. 2 on a jribery charge in.connection with favors from "Glo" salesman Arthur J. Mogilner. But his attorney planned Tuesday to file a motio;! to postpone the trial on grounds that Frank W. Symmes, the Indianapolis lawyer, is 'busy preparing an appeal on Smith's recent conspiracy conviction. Mogilner's bribery trial also may be delayed until 1958. POSTPONE MEETING The meeting of the Eel township home demonstration club No. 1 scheduled for Thursday has been j postponed until November 27.- Read the Classified Ads DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse Window Shades : Rugs-Carpett Upholstery Venetian Blinds Draperiei-SHpcover* Phon» M09 . Marker Strut -THE.CARRIAGE BARN- 217-llrttSt. Phone-W81 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sot., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER DRAPERY LAMPS GIFTS Forrest J. Reed, Interiors UPHOLSTERY CARPETS ACCESSORIES HAIR STYLING FEATURING THE NEW FALL FASHIONS By Helen of the Fashion Pre- Jhanksgmng Dresses Knit Suits All new merchandise from our new fall stock .. , dretsy and casual styles to wear now into spring at a savings! Misses, Women's and Half-sizes. All the wanted colors, styles and fabrics. 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