Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 5, 1958 · Page 32
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 32

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 5, 1958
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PAGE TWELVE THE PHAROS-TKIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, IMS Don ,omery June 21 JUNE BRIDE-ELECT—Mr. and Mrs. Coy I. Harding, of 2031 High street, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage oE their daughter, Janet, to Donald Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Montgomery, o£ Peru. Saturday, June 21, has been chosen as the wedding date. Miss Harding, a 1954 graduate of the local high school, will be graduated from Indiana University in June with a B.S. Degree in education. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha social sorority at Indiana and the Psi Iota Xi sorority chapter in this city. Her fiance is a 1952 graduate of the local high school and was graduated from . Indiana University in June of 1956 with an A.B. Degree. He is a junior at the Indiana University School of Medicine, and is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity. SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS- Sandra J. Hlpsher Pledges Troth To Ronald Beitrich . The Broadway EUB church was the scene of a double ring wedding ceremony Sunday afternoon, December 29, at 2:30 o'clock when Miss Sandra Jane Hipsher and Ronald Deane Deitrich exchanged vows with the Reverend Wilbur Wilson as the oficiating minister. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Hipsher, 1922 East Market street, are the bride's parents, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. city. Robert Deitrich, route 2, of flowers and white tapers banked the altars where the vows were repeated. • Miss Esther Deitrich was organist and accompanied Vernie Gray when he sang Love," ding trip to Florida, and following their return will reside at route 2, city. For traveling .the bride wore a black wool sheath dress with black, and white accessories and the corsage from her bridal bouquet. The bride and bridegroom are both 1955 graduates of the local high school. She • is employed as a technician at Memorial hospital. Her husband is employed at Delco in Kokomo. YWCA Calendar Mrs. R. Meinzer, executive sec- T r j e !retary of the YWCA, has an- i~Love~You Truly" andl nounoed ^ e follow schedule of "Wedding Prayer." Miss Linda Hultz, 1208 North street, attended the bride as maid of honor, and bridesmaid Miss Judy W'heaton, 208 East events: Monday, Progressive January 6— Women club, 12:30 p. m.; Mental Culture Club Elects Officers The Mental Culture Club met in Y.W.C.A. Dining Hall for a carry in luncheon. After members were seated Mrs. Alda Byrt returned thanks' Officers elected for the coming year included President, Mrs. Alma Hill; Vice President, Mrs. Opal Hume; Secretary, Mrs. J. Mtrvin C. Wilson; Treasurer, Mrs. Fay K. Johnson; Press Reporter, Mrs. James C. Justice; Parliamentarian, Mrs. Mayme Castle. Mrs. Alma Hill, president opened the meeting with Mrs. J. Mer- Who's New Club First Social Activity Is Bridge^tea In *43 In September of 1942, the Y.W.C.A. Board reached a decision to organize a "Who's New" Club in Logansport. It was the belief of the "Y" that an organization of this type would enable the women who were new residents in town to form acuaint- ances, friendships and be a source of recreation as well as other worthwhile activities. The group began with a membership of ten or twelve, and at the present time the membership dramatic and musical programs. Members have many worthwhile Service projects, such as the Birthday remembrance at the Children's Home. They also play a most active part in assisting their Y.W.C.A. in many ways. This past year Ulis group presented the "Y" with a check to assist in paying the Annex Mortgage. Who's New welcomes and invites all new residents of Logans- six months. They were: Mrs. Ralph Skinner, president; Mrs. C. G. Lybarger, vice president and officer vin Wilson and Mrs. Clara Kirk- in charge of membership; Mrs. Patrick leading the pledges tolR- L. Smith, secretary; and Mrs. Ihe American Flag and The Blackman, treasurer. Mrs. Hig- Christian Flag. Mrs; Blanche Miller lead Collect 'For The Club Women. Mrs. Alda Byrt read the secretary's report, treasurer's account by Fay K. Johnson. "Inventions That Have Changed Our Way of Living" was the port to join the Y.W.C.A. spon- numbers around 50. sored activity. It provides a Shortly thereafter, the first | wonderful opportunity for making meeting was held and officers ', friends and developing an inter- elected to serve for a period of est in community affairs. Membership lasts for three years since it is felt at the end of that time the member has become very much a part of the community. The present officers arc as follows: President, Mrs. Verner Hecilund, first vice-president, Mrs. Joe Brubaker; second vice-president, Mrs. Garnet Welch; third vice-president, Mrs. Elton Berry; recording secretary, Mrs. Jack Grable; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Keith Miller, treasurer, Mrs. Newman Hartmann. DR.O.L.BRAUN FOOTAH.MENTS Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office: 314 North St. LOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wvdnudays & Fridays 9 to 4 Going barefoot is a good way to improve circulation arid give your feet a chance to breathe. In the evening it is relaxing to sit with your feet uncovered and wiggle your toes and stretch them. This takes little effort on your part and eases the day's walking strains. NEXT TO MINK mutation striped G/enora Miami avenue. Miss Donna Sue Conn, 108% Linden avenue, was Gr.wer girl. She is a cousin of the bride. Stan Smith, of Muncie, served the bridegroom as best man, and ushers were Chuck Appleton, route 2, Camden, and Bill Cuthbert, route 1, Walton. Lace and Tulle Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of white tulle and lace over satin,, designed with a bateau neckline lor ^. 7 j™ dipping to a V in back, long J-"iay, long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands, and a Chantilly lace -bodice trimmed with sequins. The bouffant floor- length skirt of nylon tulle featured a panel of Chantilly lace down the front trimmed with iridescent sequins. Her fingertip veil of nylon tulle was secured to a Chantily lace headpiece trimmed with hree tear drop.pearls. She car- led a colonial bouquet of white carnations, centered with pink rosebuds and pink and white itreamers. The maid of honor attended in i gown of salmon and silver stripped taffeta in street-length feat- iring a bateau neckline which dipped to a V in back. The skirt was of unpressed pleats and ileated cummerbund banded the vaistline. Her headband was of matching pleated organdy, and she carried a colonial bouquet. The bridesmaid was dressed dentically to the honor attendant except that her gown was green ind silver stripe. Her headpiece was of matching green organdy. Flower Girl The flower girl appeared in a white nylon dress designed with puffed sleeves and small yellow daisies were scattered throughout lie full skirt. She wore short white gloves and a halo of yellow and white pompons. She carried basket of flowers. The mother of the bride selected a peacock blue knit suit wftti >lack and white accessories while he bridegroom's mother chose a dusty rose knit 'suit with black and white accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. A reception was held in the church basement for 200 guests 'ollowing the ceremony. Tables vere decorated in green and white, and the bride's table was centered with a four tiered wedding cake topped with a bridal couple and flanked by lighted ;apers. Hostesses were the Misses Juanita Smith and Marilou Smith, Mrs. Stan Smith and Mrs. Charles Wilson. A post-rehearsal supper was served Friday evening at the home of the bride. The couple departed on a wed- Regular $99.50 NOW Magnificent make-believe Glenara (mutation Orlon/Dynel) looks like luxurious mink. Elegantly styled with a tuxedo collar and wide turn-back cuffs. Coat-has a furrier's lining. This magical fabric is water-repellent and specially treated for a silky finish. fa Brown, Grey. Sizes 6-18. f~\THtC)% ^-/Dt^vvt/cm S ~THOJP Mens Duplicate Bridge, parlors, 7:30 p. m.; Hi-Tri III, annex, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, January 7— Mary Bethune Club, parlors, dining room, kitchen, 7:30 p. m.; Hi-Tri IV, annex, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, January 8 — Lincoln 7th Y-Teens, annex, 4 p. m.; YWCA board meeting, dining room, 7:30 p. m.; Progressive HD club, club rooms, 7:30 p. m. Thursday, January 9, Lincoln 8th Y-Teens, 4 p. m., Annex; Women's Duplicate Bridge, par- llors, 7:30' p. m. New, parlors,, dining room, kitchen, 1 p. m. Saturday, January 11— Junior 'high canteen, 7 - 9 p. m., Young Adult Canteen, 9 - 11:30 p. m. PERSONAL Miss Marian Benner, route two, will return Sunday from Vermillion, S. Dakota. She has been spending the holidays with Dr. Thomas Eyres and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGriff. and Richard Pearson of Logans- jort were married December 30th at the Flora Presbyterian j church at 7 p. m. with Rev. E1-! bert Smith oficiating at the double i ring service. The bride is the daughter oE Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pritts of Flora and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Vore of 2330 Capitol, city. Miss Judy Moore, of Flora, and Orville Reed, also of Flora, attended the cpuple. For her wedding the bride wore a turquoise taffeta street-length sheato frock with a corsage of pink carnations. The maid of honor attended in a blue crepe dress accented with a corsage of red and white carnations. Following the service a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Decorations were in pink and white. The T-strap returns to favor tihs season in sandal form. With open back for late day wear. response to roll call. Devotions, "To Constructive Thinking For The New Year" was topic of Mrs. Chester Easterday, The pattern of the afternoon program was a tape recording made by Jack Hill. Mrs. Alma Hill gave a summary of past and future activities o[ the club. In addition recordings of each member present told past incidents and associations with the club. The recording will be used in the far future for further program work. Two readings, "The Door With A Handle," by Fairfax Downey and "Doors" by Lona MacDow- ney were given by Mr*. Mayrae Castle. January the 16th the Mental Culture Club will meet at tfce Y.W.C.A. with a Husbands Party. The guest speaker will be Atty. Leland Smith Doeskin is now used in Paris to make shirtwaist blouses. These are worn with matching wool skirts. 409-475 E. /^ *% *\ *y% "X DIAL BROADWAY \AQ\(VffitV XVOXC' " 66 BUDGET DRESSES-MEZZANINB gins was the advisor. At this meeting, Miss Dorothy Wilson, read a scene from the comedy "Junior Miss". The first large social event of the group was held on February 26, 1943, and it was a benefit bridge-tea and 74 members and guests attended. Proceeds were used to purchase a silver tea service for the Y.W.C.A. Throughout the years, Who's New has developed an interesting and extensive calendar. Annual Washing a precious heirloom is unthinkable in some quarters. Most are afraid of ruining the fabric and losing an irreplaceable object. But dirt also damages heirlooms. Museum curators and FASHION BEAUTY SHOP NOW FEATURING OUR NEW REDUCING SAION PERWANENTS with soft ringlets <fj nr INCLUDES $4.73 SHAMPOO CUTTING STYLING CREAM No Appointment Necessary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ . 9 'TIL 6 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 ONLY 1.95 OTHERS TO $25 Why wait tor Sales Buy Here and Save Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs At Low Cost 1ET OUR LOCATION SAVE YOU MONIY Open Daily 9 a.m. Jo » p.m. McTaggart's Horn* Furnishing Co. Picture Pretty Cottons,.. in Year 'Round Styles Photogenic Charmers that cast a gay fashion note in January . . . flatter you through June and on. All so beautifully styled, so easy to wear and care for. Drip-dry cottons, spun rayon-and cotton and silk blends in sheath and full-skirted styles. The latest colors in plains, plaids and prints by famous makers. Be sure to see our many new styles. Sizes 7-15, 10-20 8.95 - 14.95 A. Woven plaid pet by "Wendy Woods" with tab loop belt. Red with blue, blue with orange, brown with blue. Sizes 7-15 8.95 B. Delightful paisley print cotton that resists creases, accented with jeweled buttons, patent belt. By "Kay Windsor" in gold, orange, blue. Sizes 10-20 10.95 Use Our Budget Account! CLOSED MONDAYS-»HOP-Tue»., Wed., Thuri., Sat. 9-i Friday 9 a. m.-9 p. m. '"SL:l!f_J aI Lf?! hir :l"; fashi « n historians preserve cos- '" " ""'liime collections by washing. The secret is gentle handling in suds and water. • * * A home artist can work more effeclively if he knows the base of paint used. A plastic j based paint is good for applying decorative touches to bathroom, kitchen or nursery window shades. Besides being washable, the paint resists cracking as the shade is pulled up and down. how, a Thanksgiving dinner Jor usbands, the "Hanging of the reens" at which time members ecorate the Y.W.C.A. for the iristmas season, the spring ard party, the Children's picnic June and a picnic for husbands . July. In addition, the group meets vo Fridays a month, except in uly and August, at which time nere are many varied programs eluding guest speakers, demon- rations, book reviews and JANUA fashions at DRASTIC REDUCTIONS greatly reduced COATS by famous designers An exceptional collection, all from designers of 'In« coats; distinguished by their beautiful lines, superb tailoring • and detail. Luxury weaves, including Vicu- lana and Cashmere . . . many by Forstmann and Stroock. Originally 99.95 to $135.00 68 " to 107 88 Beautiful-wear-through-spring SUITS Price French Room Dresses up to Va off Beautiful costumes for daytime in fine wool, tweedi, jerseys, silk crepes. Late day and evening styles in rayon, velvet, taffeta, chiffon and lace. Mostly one-of-a- kind designer fashiones. SWEATERS $** 39.95 Cashmeres 11" to 19" Wools and Orlons 2 98 to 7 " Originally 5.95 to 14-9* 326 Ecwt Broadway

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