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Monday Evening, December 30, 1957. Former Carol J. -Hammond Miami Young Adults Hold Holiday Party The Young Adult class of the Miami Baptist church of Adamsboro staged a holiday party Saturday evening at the recreation room of the church. Games were enjoyed with prizes ;oing . to Arlene Frohreich and Gale Sherman. Records and ping pong were also enjoyed after which refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Hyland Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Sherman served -on the party committee. Handy Helpers New Class Formed By Pisgah Couples Several couples met at the home of Bob and Kathryn Burley Friday evening to form a Young Married j Peoples class at the Pisgah Presbyterian church. The following officers were elected: Bob Burley, president; Drew Stewart, vice-president; Mrs. Gerald Hanawalt, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Cecil Trapp, reporter. It was voted to hold a class'sup- per at the church on January 18. Any young married persons inter- je.sr.ec! in joining are cordially in- vilcd to attend. Pohlman Studio MRS. WESLEY DANIEL WOODRUFF was Carol Hammond prior to the couple's marriage during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the St. Luke Lutheran church with the bridegroom's father, assisted by Reverend Walter Davis, officiating. . The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hammond, of route 5, city, and the bridegroom's parents are Dr. and Mrs. James H. Woodruff, of Mill Valley, California. Miss Nancy Van Allen, organist, played several bridal selections preceding the ceremony. Red and white poinsettas and lighted tapers provided a setting for the rites. Miss Joan Hiveley, 1100 East Market street, attended the bride as maid of honor, and best man was Robert Woodruff, brother ot the bridegroom. .Ushers were Lt. Marvin Owen, of Kokomo, and Lt. Richard Sanders of Peru. Paul Nelson, Blue Island, Illinois, cousin of the bride, was can- dlelighter. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a waltz- length gown of white taffeta designed along princess lines with a scoop neckline and a softly flared skirt highlighted, with ap- pliques of Alencon lace. She wore long tapering mitts to match her gown and carried a cascade bouquet of white poinsettas. Her shoulder length veil of silk illusion was secured to a scalloped tiara. Her only jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings. The maid of honor was attired in a <*own ot iridescent rose taffeta designed with a scoop neckline, princess style bodice and bustle back. She wore a scalloped tiara and white pearl earrings and carried a cascade of red poinsettas. The mother of the bride selected a blue chiffon dress with white and black accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a silver blue satin dress with a match- in" jacket and gray accessories Both wore corsages of white pom settas. Red and white was the color decor used at the reception immediately following the. ceremony at the church basement for 125 guests. The serving table was draped with white taffeta and scattered with red poinsettas and •greenery. Hostesses were Mrs. Rohert Wedekind, Mrs. Dale Ranz and Mrs. John Simmermaker, of Star City. Esther Nelson, cousin of the bride, of Chicago, registered 3ie guests. Following a short wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will reside at 914 South Ramsey at Stillwater, Oklahoma. For traveling the bride chose a light blue Italian knit suit with black and white accessories. The bride is a local high school graduate and completed a secretarial course at Ball State Teachers college. She was formerly employed in the office of the REM Manu- 'acturing company. Her husband attended the University of California and has been serving with the US Air Force for the past five years. He is a first lieutenant and ,s presently attending the Oklahoma State University under an Air Force Educational Program. (-Pharos-Tribune Engraving) LOCKPORT YULE PARTY The annual Christmas party was held recently at the Lockport United Church of Christ at which time carols were sung by the congregation. The children entertained with several Christmas songs. The Lockport quartet presented several songs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Boyd and Branford Lambert of Indianapolis were guests, and each gave a talk. Mr. Lambert, an artist, painted a mural of the cross on the front of the church auditorium. He has also painted murals in various churches and portraits of famous personalities including Calvin Cooledge. RE-V. and Mrs. Marion Williams and sons of Lebanon were presented gifts, and gifts were exchanged for the children. Refreshments were served. Rev. Williams closed the meeting with prayer. Games and contests were enjoyed. Tri Kappa Features Open House Sunday Tri' Kappa sorority featured an open Jiouse Sunday afternoon for college girls at the home of Mrs. Bernard Hall, 3100 East Broadway. The honored guests were presented with Christmas corsages. Entertaining room's were decorated in a holiday motif with the serving table covered with a green cloth and centered with a festive ;md colorful arrangement. Red tulle outlined the .cranberry punch bowl, Mrs..Donald Douglass was chair, man of the committee assisted by [Mrs Herbert Small, Mrs. Donald Malison, Mrs. Russell Palmer, Mrs, Al Heminger and Miss Betty Hyres. llene Swartzel To Marry Don Crites Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Swartzel, route 6, city, announce the engagement o'f their daughter, llene Mae, to Don Crites, of Galveston, son of Mrs. Bessie Crites. No wedding date has been set, Miss Swartzel is employed at the Lofiansport Public Library, and her fiance is employed at Kokomo. SOCIETY The WSWS of the Third stree\ EUB church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Harry Nutter, 1317 College street. The Past Matrons and Patrons •f Fulton will meet tonight at the Masonic hall for a covered dish supper and meeting. Members are asked to bring three ten-cent gifts for games to be played. A new secretary-treasurer will be elected. Naomi circle of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church has postponed its meeting scheduled for Uhis week until January 9. The Blue Ball Women's Fellowship will meet with Mrs. Marvin Miller Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. L. W. Frohllch & Co. BY TRACY ADRIAN I F YOU are one of many of us who do most of the chores around the house you'll be happy to hear about these utility gloves that will protect your hands •while you are working at the most chafing of jobs. The gloves are beautifully made with the painstaking care that goes into those used by doctors. They are lined and insulated to protect your hands from hot water or harsh cleansers and have adjustable cuffs that are long enough to protect your arms when plunged into a laundry tub or a deep sink full of suds. We think them quite a boon to homemakers. LADIES EAGLE BOOSTERS The Ladies Eagle Booster club met for the annual Christmas party recently. Following the serving of refresh ments, carols were played by Gladys French and a gift exchange Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five Josephine Williams Succumbs; Funeral 10:30 A. M.Thursday Mrs. Josephine S. Williams, 66, of 307 Grove street, died at 3:40 a. m. Sunday at Memorial hospital after a short illness. Born Aug. 1. 1891 in Vincennes, she was the daughter of James A. and Anna D. Gerkin Williams. She was the widow of Joseph Williams. She was a member of the Main Street Methodist church. Surviving are two sons, James P.-. Lynch, Indianapolis, and William R. Lynch, Goshen; three daughters, Helen Lynch ,at home, Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Mary Louise Durbin, Vincennes; and four grandchfl- dren. Friends may call at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, where services will be at 10:30 a. m. Thursday. The Rev. George Dunham will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Mrs. Dorothy Kissel, Of Walton, Dies at 37 WALTON — Mrs. Dorothy Kissel, 37, Walton, died at 6:45 a.m. Sunday after a short illness. A resident of Walton for one year, she was born Aug. 22, 1920 in Beardstown, 111., the daughter of Edwin and Bonnie Reichert. Surviving are the husband, Arthur; three' sons, Edwin, James Curtis and Richard Lee Robinson; a daughter, Catherine Ann Russell, all at home; her mother, a sister, Mrs. Donna van Gicsen, and a brother, Robert, all of Beardstown. The body was taken to the Wolf funeral home In Walton, and will be sent to Beardstown for funeral services and burial. • Former Peru Man Dies in Michigan PERU — A former Peru resident, Clairmont Doran, died Sunday at Cassopolis, Mich, after a two-week illness. He was 74. Mr. Doran moved from Peru 2.5 years ago. He was born in Kosciusko county on Aug 31, 1883. His parents were Issac and Sarah King Doran. He was a retired barber. He belonged to the Methodist church. The body has been returned to the Eikenberry Funeral Home where rites will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Rev. A. C. Underwood will officiate. Burial will be in Mentone cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. Survivors include fchree brothers. was held. Winners at cards were Edna Waisner, Ursel Dieckman, Ann j Clyde, Charles, and Con, all of Pe- Fries, Margaret Presutta, Gladys!ru; one brother is dead. French and Jeanette Bender. Bunco winners were Lottie Jackson, Eva Wildrick and Verna Williams. Receiving door prizes were Mary Shirley, Minnie Helvie, Cora Eisele, Stella Hicks and Frieda Neu- NOTICE In order to be acceptable for publication, all cngaRcmcni, •wedding and anniversary pictures brought to the newspaper offices should be 3!4 to V wide and a glossy print. Persons wishing to have such pictures run, may secure this size print from photo studios where pictures were taken. Thank you for your coopcra. tion. DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse mann. FACES LIFE IN PRISON LOS ANGELES (UP)—L. Ewing Scott, 61-year-old self-styled investment counsellor, today faced | life in prison for the murder of his wealthy wife almost three years ago. The submarine USS Torsk holds the U.S. Navy record for number of dives, with 8,000 to its credit. FASHION BEAUTY SHOP NOW FEATURING OUR NEW REDUCING SALON PERIKANENTS with soft ringlets INCLUDES SHAMPOO CUTTING STYLING CREAM No Appointment Necessary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 9 'TIL 6 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 ONLY $4.95 OTHERS TO $25 DR.O.LBRAUN FOOT AUMENTS Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office: 3)4 North St. IOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wedneidayi & Fridayi 9 to 4 END-OF-YEAR CLEARANCE of MILLINERY Values from $10.95 to $25.00 $5.00—$7.95—$8,95 PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRSt QUALITY! YOUR CHOICE LAST DAY OF YEAR CLEAN-UP $1 TO It's reai crazy — Don't miss it! It happens only once a year. Everything from Curtain Rods to Dresses to Sweaters to Shoes to Belts, to Handbags, to Rick Rack, to aw' shucks . . . Come in and see for yourselfl COMB WOMEN'S SHOES ONLY! Sale Starts TUESDAY-9 am WOMEN'S DRESS and ARCH SHOES DREW ARCH PRESERVERS HEY DAYS NATURALIZERS VALUES TO $15.95 LIFE STRIDE DRESS SHOES CLOSED AND OPEN CASUALS VALUES TO $10.95 Women's and Growing Girls' Sport-Dress Flats-Casuals Glamour Debs... Mainaires,.. Buster Browns VALUES TO $9.95 ••• "Your Friendly Shoe Store' 407 East Broadway Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers WC E. Mark.t Street Phone 3609 Rugs-Carpets Upholstery • Venetian Blinds YK&R EKD greatly reduced COATS by famous designers An exceptional collection, all from designers of fin* coats; distinguished by their beautiful lines, superb tailoring and detail. Luxury weaves, including Vicu- lana and Cashmere ... many fay Forstmann and Stroock. Originally $99.95 to $135.00 68"-107 88 Beautiful-wear-tlii ough-spring SUITS '/2 Price REDUCED UP TO French Room Dresses reduced up to v* Beautiful costumes for daytime in fine wool, tweeds, jerseys, silk crepes. Late day and evening styles in. rayon, velvet, taffeta, chiffon and lace, Mostly one- of-a-kind designer fashions. 326 East Broadway 1

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