Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 5, 1958 · Page 33
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 33

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 5, 1958
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1958 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE THIRTEEN Mrs. David William Fisher ;7 }'*'>£-*, ' *^' * ' SB*?*-'* V »u'' V <• ,t j> > . • it,, SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Announcements MONDAY The Special Education Study group will meet Monday evening with Mrs. Bell, 2300 George street. . On the committee in charge are Mrs. Stewart Drake, Mrs. Robert Newman and Mrs. Hazel Penny. » » tf The Rosary Society of St. Joseph church will meet Monday evening at 6:3(5 p.m. for a covered dish supper in the school hall. « # * The WSWS of the Broadway EUB church will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ruth Best, 716 High street. Miss .Alma Lehmann will be the co-hostess. Mrs. Lois Spotts will be the lesson leader. * » * TUESDAY St. Joseph's Hospital Sewing circle business meeting Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. at the hospital. * # * The Social club of L.S. to B.L.F. and E. will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Frushour, 311 Tanguy. Mrs. Phyllis Goldstein will be assistant hostess. * » * Walton Home.Demonstration club Mr Nurses Association To Meet Wednesday The regular bi-monlhly meeting of Mid-Indiana District 11, Indiana State Nurses Association will be held Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Central Uniled Brethren Church, Wabash. Dr. Carl Edwards, Wabash, will speak lo Lhe group on "Hypnosis." Mrs. Virginia Crousore, Kokomo, chairman of the coming ANA membership and roll call drive, will outline plans for increasing membership. Mrs. Carol Mclnlyre, Logansport, district secretary, said all registered nurses are inviled to attend the meeting. A carry-in supper will be held. The meeting place is on Wabash street, one-half block to the right of the junction of U.S. 24 and state road 13. Bride Of Harry D. Brew Jr. Harrington Studio; appeared MRS. DAVID WILLIAM FISH. F.R was Miss Patsy Ann Brooks prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon, December 29, during a double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock at the Idaville Methodist church. The Reverend G. E. Torrence, former Church of God minister, assisted by Reverend J. S. White, of the Methodist church, .officiated at the rites. Mr. and Mrs Robert Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. David Fisher, all of Idaville, are parents of the couple. Red and white poinsettas, palms and lighted tapers in crystal candelabra provided a setting IT the post-holiday ceremony. Miss Beverly Young, of Burnetts- -•ille, was pianist and accompanied James Milligan, of Idavilie, who sang "My Wonderful One," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Maid of honor was Miss Deloras Hendryx, of Idaville, who was attired in a waltz-length gown of pure silk in red, designed with a scoop neckline, fitted bodice, short sleeves and a belted wait. a short sleeved, An antique display will be held. Members are to wear gingham dresses. Mrs. H. Denislon, new president, will be in charge. floor-length gown of white chiffon over salin. Her headpiece j Mrs. Rachel Landis will be host- was of flowers and she carried a lace basket petals. ; 2p.m. at the home of Mrs. Elmer i lowjng lhcir marriage s ^^ y evening, December 28, at the Broariway Presbyterian VV'est church during a double ring ceremony. The rites read at 7:30 o'clock by Reverend Harold King united sequins, and ess to the Burnettsville Women's tlle daughter of I •tsket of rose'Christian Temperance Union Tues-l Harry M. Vore, of day at 7:30 p.m. Charles Stover, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, of Park Forest, served as best man, and ushers were Jerry Ghapin, cousin of the bridegroom, of MonticeJlo, and Rodney Coble, uncle of the bride, of Lafayette. Mike Godlove, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer and carried the rings on a heart shaped satin pillow, edged with net. The mother of the bride selecte- ed a street-length knitted suit of beige with powder blue and brown accessories. The mother of the bridegroom chose a turquoise wool jersey dress with black and white accessories. Both wore corsages of white carnations. Mrs. Bill Brooks and Mrs. Floyd Coble, grandmothers, were also presented with white carnation corsages. A reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony. Registering guests were Mrs. James Marvin, of Laline Her pearl earrings were fayetle. Other hostesses were a gift of the bride, and her red Carol Sue Wilson, city, and Miss headpiece was covered with red Marsha Chapm, cousin of the sequins and secured her pointed bridegroom, of Monticello. shoulder-length veil. She wore red silk mitts and carried a' colonial bouquet of white carnations centered with a red poinsetta. Miss Betty Lon Kyburg, of Idaville, bridesmaid, was dresed identically to Miss Hendryx. A \vhit« poinsetta centered her bouquet. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Sue Darlene Butt, cousin of the bride, of Warsaw, and her gown was also like the other attendant's. Miss Kyburg and Miss Butt appeared in Christmas green silk. Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the •bride appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace over nylon net and white satin, featuring a scalloped high neckline, short sleeves and fitted bodice. The front of the skirl was designed with alternating tiers of net and lace and the back extended into a chapel-length train. She wore lace mitts and carried a cascade bouquet of carnations centered with a white orchid. She also carried a white Bible, a gift of her parents. Her fingertip net veil was secured to a headpiece of sequins and pearls with a row of tiny pearls. Little Gail Stover, of Park Forest, Illinois, was flower girl and Green streamers looped across the front of the bride's table were caught with red poinsettas and centering the table was a four tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple. Lighted tapers flanked the cake which was wreathed in greenery and net. Green punch, mints and nuts were served to the guests. The rbide is a graduate of the Idavilie high school with the class of 1956, attended Indiana University and has been employed by the Prudential Insurance company in this city. SJie will be transferred to Muncie where the couple will reside at the Garber's Trailer Court. The bridegroom is also a graduate of the Idaville high school in 1954 and is a junior at Ball Slate Teachers college., Rehearsal was at the church Saturday evening after which refreshments were served. The bride was honored at two showers recently. Tapered velveteen pants in brilliant colors have matching satin cummerbund for at-home wear. They're to be teamed with silk shirt or cashmere sweater. Coterie members will meet with Miss Edna Holden Tuesday evening at 7:45 p.m. A book review will be given by Mary Sharp. * 4 * WEDNESDAY The Anna Guard Class of St. Lukes will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Goldie Watts, 508 Burlington avenue, A good attendance is desired. * * * The Burrows Home Demonstration club will meet Wednesday .at 1:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Victor Porter. * * * The Deer Creek No. 2 HD club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Jump. "My Hobby" is roll call answer. * * • Bethlehem township HD club will meet for Uie first session of 1958 Wednesday afternoon at the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1810 Jefferson street, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. McCal!, of route 1, city. . Palms, bouquets 'of yellow pompons and white snapdragons and lighted tapers in twin seven branch candelabra provided a selling for the rites. Mrs. Andrew Elmlinger was orgainst and accompanied her daughter. Merle Elmlinger, who sang "Always," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Bernica Henry, of this city, attended as maid of honor in a dress of deep aqua dacron, fashioned with a filled bodice and three quarter-length sleeves. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink and white carnations. Jerry Spencer served the bridegroom as best man, and ushers were Tom Ballard, cousin of tBe bridegroom, and David Vore, brother of the bride. Pamela Ann McCall, sister of the bridegroom, was flower girl, pr:d ringbearsr was Jeffrey Lyn Poattie, cousin of the bride. Mi.9S 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.: Carolyn Sue Mordenti registered Violette Emery. A pink and blue ;t | le 150 guests. shower will be held. New year books will be distributed, * * # THURSDAY Clay township HD club meeting will be held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Nellie Ulrich. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Lola Cox and Mrs. Ada Wells. Roll call will be "New Year's resolutions My husband should make." • » * Jefferson township HD club 2 will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Cnarles Tribbett. Roll call will be answered with a "New Year's resolution I want my husband to make." * # * FRIDAY Purity Rebekah Lodge 127 will hold installation of officers Friday, January 10th, at 7:30 p.m in 100F hall. Gladys Nice and her slaff will be in charge. All officers are to dress formal. For Outstanding Values ... Hurry To JANUARY Groups of HANDBAGS Price Groups of Costume Jewelry Price Clearance On All MILLINERY Entire'Stock Reduced Values $10.95 to $35.00 $3.95 $5.00 $7.95 $8.95 $10.95 Jewell Rebecca 541 Installs Officers Officers of the Jewell Rebecca i Lodge No. • 541 were installed (Friday evening at a meeting in I.O.O.F. hall. Emma Johnson served as installing officer. The following elected officers were installed: Flora McClure, past noble grand; Martha Daugherty, noble grand; Isabelle Rhbades, vice grand; Gertrude Wilson, recording secretary; Alda Logan, financial secretary; and Evelyn Smith, treasurer. Installed to appointive offices were: Lena Jones, warden; Emma Johnson, conductor; Alice Garver, right support to noble grand; Bertha Dixon, left support to noble grand; May Cox, right support to vice grand; Mabel Greider, left support to vice grand; Gertrude Baines, chaplain; Florence Kennedy, inside guard; and Leonard Bowen, outside guard. Punch and cake were served after the meeting. The hall was decorated in colors of orchid, green and gold. THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-1 7th St. Phon.4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. Reed, Interior! DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES DIAL 5144 Htwant Hill Gi**nhouM Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a candle- '.ght brocade street-length dress featuring a fitted bodice and a bouffant skirt cascading from a small bow trim at the hipline. Her shoulder-length veil of illusion was secured to a crown of candlelight silk trimmed with liny seed pearls. She carried yellow sweetheart rosebuds and stcphanotis on a white Bible. Her only jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings. A reception was held at the church parlors following Uie ceremony. Hostesses were the Misses Rosemary Murphy, Helsne Kaley and Anna Merle Elmlinger. The bride's table was covered with a linen cloth and centered with a three tiered wedding cake surrounded by greenery, trimmed with yellow rosebuds and topped with a wedding bell, roses and a heart. Crystal candelabra flanked the cake. For traveling the bride topped hor wedding dress with a black cashmere coat and black velvet accessories. Following a short wedding trip, the bride is residing in this city while her husband returns to his ship, the USS Northhampton, where he is serving with the US Navy. She is em- /ed by ths G. A. C. Finance Corporation in this city. Kotherine Weaver Engaged To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weaver, route 6, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Ann, lo Kenneth Lee Watson, 1436 North Third street, son of Mr .and Mrs. Walter Watson. No wedding date has been set. Miss Weaver is employed at the RBM Manufacturing company, and her fiance is an employe of the Kroger Store in this city. BRIDGE-A-RAMA Mrs. Blanche DeYoe has announced that registration to play in the Bridge-A-Rama positively must be in by Monday. Games will start January the 13th terminating June 2nd. All bridge players are invited to participate in the ten games to be played and may secure further information by phoning Mrs. De- Yoe, 50270. About one in five of the more than 2,000,000 U.S. patents issued since 1899 have been automotive. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Byers, route 2, Logansport, announce the engagement of their daughter. Joy, !o William E. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Chester Campbell, route 3, Logansport. Miss Byers is a graduate of the. Washington Township high school and is employed at the Farmers and Merchants State Bank, Logansport. Her fiance, a graduate of Walton high school, attended Purdue University, and has just returned from 19 months service with the U. S. Army in Germany. He is now engaged in farming. A date for the wedding has not been announced. (Polilman Photo) During a ceremony January 1st at 2:30 p.m. in the Ninth Street Christian church, Rev. Kenneth Brady read a double ring ceremony which united in marriage •Miss Adrienne Reeser and Harry Don Brew Jr. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reeser, 429 Minor street, Logansport, and Mrs. Anna Brew. Royal Center. The candlelight ceremony was read before the altar banked with white and gold pompons and mums. Mrs. Kenneth Brady, soloist, sang "0 Promise Me", "Because" accompanied by Miss Esther Deitrich, and as the couple kneeled at the altar, sang "The Lord's Prayer". Mrs. Arlene Zinsmaster atlend- ed the bride as matron of honor while bridesmaids were Misses Martha and Sue Reeser, of this cily. George Reeser of Winchester. Indiana, was best man while ushering were Dewcy Reeser and Francis Henderson, both of Logansport. Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a white two- piece wedding gown of chantilly lace and tulJe. The lace gown was molded over a nylon blouse slyled with a Peter Pan collar secured in back with liny self covered buttons. The long sleeves tapered to bridal points over her wrists. The skirt was designed with an apron effect nad fell to a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of nylon tulle was accented with nylon ruffles. The attendants were gowned in ballerina length frocks of while satin trimmed in gold accented with gold bows. They carried co- jlonial arrangements of white anc :gold pompons and mums with matching ribbon streamers. They wore gold pleated headbands and pearl jewelry. Lu Ann Zinsmaster, niece of the bride, served as flower girl wearing a while and gold nylon frock and carried a basket of yellow rose pctak. Barry Reeser, nephew of the jride, was ring bearer and carried the rings on a white velvet pillow. The mother of the bride chose a gray two-piece dress with black accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. The mother of the groom attended in a blue dress featuring a jacket with navy accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Following the ceremony, a reception for 250 guests was held in Jie church parlors willi hostesses ooing: Mrs. Rosie Reeser, sister- in-law of the bride, Mrs. Norma Heeser, sister-in-law of the bride, Mrs. June Henderson, and Mrs. Barbara Graham, sister of the groom. The reccplion table featured * floor length skirt of gold satin topped with white and gold lace and caught with gold salin bows and mums. The four tiered while cake, trimmed with gold roses, was topped with a miniature bridal couple standing beneath an arch. The bride changed inlo an aqua knit suit wilh brown accessories and a corsage of yellow roses for their short wedding trip. Upon their return they will reside at IZVz W. Ottawa. The bride is a graduate of Washington township high school and is employed at General Tire and Rubber Company. Her husband, a graduate of Royal Center high school, is employed at Globe Valve, Delphi. DAVID CRYSTAL puts the whisper of elegance into his imported Ros Comain Irish linen sheath. All aboard for your season in the sun!. Our resort and cruise collection presents this season's easygoing look at its best... very packable dresses, separates,, travel-wise coats, suits, designed for your winter vacation and months to come. David Crystal's silk linen suit with a talent for looking just right... The new fitted chemise in Shepherd check of dac- ron and rayon that drips dry. David Crystal's travel dress of ar- nel and cotton by Coharoa. . .the- a s e-of care fabric. 326 East Broadway LOGANSPORT 1 PUBLIC LIBRARY

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