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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOBT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1JS8. Bride^elect Of R. O. Burns (Rabess-Burgman Photo Mrs. Ruth Burns, li07 North Third street? has announced the engagement of her daughter, Mary Mildred, to Richard 0. Burns ion of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burns, route 1, Logansport. Miss Burns is a senior at Logansport high school and is employee at Kresge's Dime Store. Her fiance, a graduate of Royal Center high school, is attending South Bend College of Commerce. A definite date for the wedding has not been set. Joanne Snider Becomes Bride Of John H. Wood Miss Joanne Snider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snider, route one, Camdep, became the bride of John H. Wood, son of Mrs. Margaret Streberof 1821 North street, and Howard Wood, 708 Helm street, during a service January 4th. ' Lee Stone, justice of the peace, read, the double ring ceremony January 4th at 2:30 p. m. at the home of the bride's parents. Prior to the service, Miss Jill Snider, niece of the bride, served as pianist and presented' "Always", "Memories" and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart". . Miss' Carolyn Downham attended the bride as maid of honor while Gilbert Rothermel was the groom's best man. For her wedding the bride chose a blue velvet dress cut along princess lines with a long. torso and sweetheart neckline with three. quarter length sleeves. Her veil was shoulder length. She wore Hack accessories and pearl ear? rings and necklace, a gift of the groom. Her flowers were pink and white carnations. The maid of honor attended in a coral taffeta dress and wore a small coral headpiece with a nose .length veil. She wore pearl Jewelry, gift of the bride, and carried coral yellow- mums. The mother of the bride chose for her daughter's wedding a naivy two piece dress with blue accessories while the groom's. mother attended in a .blue knit suit with matching accessories.. Both wore corsages of pink carnations. Following the rites a reception •was held for approximately .100 .guests in the Deer Creek Conservation club. The bride's table covered in pirik net, was centered with a bridal cake decorated with lillies of the valley and flanked with tapers 'in crystal holders. Hostesses included Mesdames E. A. Randall, sister of the bride of Atlanta, Georgia; Joan McClosky, sister of the groom, of Logans- port; Lois Snider, Royal Centei Helen Snider, Flora and Mrs Virginia Pegg of Dayton, Ohio. For their wedding trip the brie changed into a gold and blac jersey dress with black accesso: ies and a corsage from her brida bouquet. They are residing at 1006V4 E>as Broadway. The bride is a graduate of Dee Creek high school and is employe in the office of Logansport Ma chine Company. Her husband, graduate of Logansport hdg school, is employed in the adver Using department of Loganspor Machine Company. . Lecture Presented Before Bridge Club Past Masters Duplicate bridg club .met at the home of Joh Klein on High street road: A le ture and 'dempnstration on "Fine Techniques of Duplicate Bridg Bidding", by Sam HeMe was'th highlight of the evening. Winners were: 1st award, Wen dell Macy; 2nd award, John Klein, 3rd award, Burnell Comb The next meeting' will be hel in the home of .Don Hockroa; president. All members wall t notified. • FASHION BEAUTY SHOP NOW FEATURING OUR NEW REDUCING SALON PERMANENTS ONLY wlth joft fjngl.t, it A Off INCLUDES $4.73 SHAMPOO CUTTING STYLING CREAM No Appointment Nec«ssary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 9 'TIL 6 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 OTHERS TO $25 SPECIAL MEETING ; Miss Ethel Nice, Cass Coun Home Demonstration agent has a nounced a .special interest mee ing,,'"Can Our Community 'B Saved", to be presented by J. K McDermott, extension economi from Purdue. The -meeting will be Thursdaj January .30th, from 1 till 3 p. r in the Board of Works room, Ci 1 Building. The meeting is for all person interested, both men and women SALE! Mora drnttrc reductions «fi millinery Whwi w* lay »al«.wi moan (u.t that! Millinery Group of Purse* Group of Costume Jewelry aN *at«s final ptoasot YEAZEL'S SUNDAY SPECIAL QUALITY t «- ViGAL. O7C MER-DEL'S SUPER FLAVOR Butter Caramel Old Fashion Butter Toffee T£" 89c Jt*nt in January Favorit* _ Rush your color film to us for developing Fast Service On All Photo Finishing HIGHEST QUALITY WORK, GUARANTEED INDIVrDUAi "DIRECT TO HOME" MA HEWS AVAILABLE _, FANNIE MAY CANDIES -Exclusive Deafer OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. 513 East VCATEI'C Money Orders Broadway T CAZiEL J At Any Time' .SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS War Mothers Hold installation Of Officers Friday The Deer Creek Twp. Unit No. 96 War Mothers met at the'.home f Mrs. Delbert Smith of Young America Friday afternoon. -. The iresident opened the meeting after which prayer was led by the chap- ain, and the salute to the flag, .ami the "Star Spangled Banner" was ed by Mrs. Stella Fouts. A regular ausiness meeting followed. Mrs. Stella Fouts installed the ollowing officers for the coming 'ear: president, Wilma Stafford; .st vice-president, Esta Nelson; 2nd vice-president, Nora Wilson; secretary, Louanne Shanks; finan cial secretary, Janet Smith; treasurer, Gladys Jump; chaplain, May 3aldwell;' sergeant-at-arms, .Delia lughes; historian, Matilda Lybrook; Parliamentarian, Bessie Kitchell. -. It was announced that a dona- ion of $8.13 was made to the polio fund.' The door prize was presented to Wilma Stafford after which re- 'reshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Ella Crockett and Wilma Stafford. Miss C. Corithers And W. A. Hoffman Engagement Told Mr, and Mrs. Theo Carithers,. o Fulton, have announced the en jagement of their daughter, Char .otte Susie, to William Allen Hoff man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hoffman of near Gilead. The couple are planning a Spring Wedding. Miss Carithers is attending Ful ;on High School and will graduat in the spring. Her fiance is a graduate of Gilead High Schoo and Js an employee of the Wabash Railroad. Keystone Ladies Will Be Host To Richmond Club Dessert was served to the Key tone Ladies when they convene( Friday at the YWCA. Mrs. Charles Harris, president, conducted the business meeting. - It was an nounced that the Richmond Key stone Ladies will visit the March meeting, which will be in the form of a covered-dish dinner. ,A social hour followed and prizes were awarded to Lorranie Kraps Gladys Ellis, Lucille Bair, Mattj Garver' and Mary Granger. The committee consisted of Mrs Fern Weaver, chairman, Mrs. Jo seph Sullivan, Mrs. Mary Granger Mrs. Betty Turnpaugh, and Mrs Florence Garr. The next'meeting will be held February 14 with Mrs Clark Bair in charge. Pattern 9311 12-20 i 40-42 > >- A Snap to Sew See this honey of a dress. Ther study the diagram! Did you eve see such an easy Printed Pattern Make it up right now— in crisp cot ton .print silk or shantung. A joy t sew. Printed Pattern 9311; Misses Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42 Size 16 requires 3% yards 39-incJ fabric. Printed, directions on each pa' terc part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) To this pattern— add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Senc to Marian Martin, care-of Logans port Press, 365 Pattern Dept., • 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y Print plainly NAME, .'ADORES with ZONE, SIZE and STYL: NUMBER. Mary O'Connor Is -Bride Of Benito D'Andrea Saturday . YWCA Calendar Mrs. R. Meinzer, executive secretary of the YWCA, has announced the following schedule. Monday, January 20—Men's Duplicate bridge, parlors, 7:30 p.m.; . Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, basement,. ,8:00 p. m.; Hi-Tri III, annex, 7:30 p. m. : Tuesday, .January 21—Eel Township No. 2 Home Demonstration Club, club rooms, 2:00 p. m.; Mary Bethune, parlors, 7:30 p. m.; Jay- ettes, dining room, kitchen, 7:30 p. m.; Hi Tri IV, annex, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, January 22—Lincoln 7th grade Y-Tcens, annex, 4:00 p. m.; BPW, annex, 7:30 p. m. Thursday, January 23—Lincoln 8th grade Y-Teens, annex, 4:00 p m.; YWCA membership, dining room, 1:30 p, m; LHS art club, annex, 6:00 p. m.; Women's duplicate bridge, parlors, 7:30 p. m. ' Friday, January 24—Who's New luncheon, Ben Hur, 1:00 p. m. _ Saturday, January 25-Junior High Canteen, annex 7-9 p. m ; Young Adult •"a-hw.n. 9-U':30 p. m. Canteen, 9-11:30 Girl Scout News Harrington Studio MRS. BENITO PAUL D'AN- >REA was Miss Mary Patricia O'Connor prior to the couple's marriage Saturday morning dur- ng a Nuptial High Mass at the St, Bridget church with the Reverend Father Francis J. Meehan of- 'iciating at the double ring ceremony at 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. O'Connor, 1629 North street, are the >ride's parents, ar.d the bridegroom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D'Andrea. Bouquets of white mums ighted tapers banked the where the rites were read. and altar Mrs. "A meeting will be held Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the gW scout office for scouts ready to work en the Curved Bar, with Mrs. Velma Hines and Mrs. Paul .Elmore in charge. Leaders are invited to at- Paul D Duddlcson, camp chairman has'sent notices for the camp committee meeting, which will be Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. .in the scout office. Mrs. William Killion, council president will meet with the finance chairman, John Schmidt, and the council treasurer, Arthur Kitchell, Tuesday morning at "9:00 a.m. in the girl scout office. Mrs. Alice Sayger, council registrar reminds leaders to check their'registration paper to see if the troop registration is due. Each troop registers once a year, always the same month, if the troop inactivated for over Bride Of R. Galbreatli 'lay Britton, aunt of the bride, of Indianapolis, sang, the Mass, 'Ave Maria" at the Offertory and 'On This Day, 0 Beautiful Moth- jr," following the Mass as the bride placed a bouquet at the altar of the Blessed Virgin. Mrs. Joseph Kienly was organist. Miss Roseann O'Connor attended ler sister as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Pete D'Andrea, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, and Miss Eleanore Rutz, all of this city. Resto D'Andrea, 1012 Erie a<venue, served his brother as best • , , -_ , , man, and groomsmen were Robert M'sses Carol and Joann Pasquale, a year. Leaders who have girls ready to work on the Cat and Dog badge may pick up a kit containing information on the care of pets, in the girl scout office. Townsley and Jerry Snider, both i™ ece s « E the bridegroom, of this city. Ushers were Jack! Following a wedding trip, Brubaker, Lee Murray and James Laing, city. Acting as servers for the Mass were Patrick O'Connor, brother of the bride, and Louis Palsinelli. Lace and Tulle Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a floor-length gown of white Chantilly lace and tulle over parchment satin. Designed with a scoop 1 neckline, edged with tulle and appliqued with iridescent sequins and seed pearls, fte lace bodice also fea- ed'.' long sleeves tapering 1 to bridal points over the hands. The bouffant skirt was styled with deep insets of-tulle and lace, the latter forming the ohapel-length train. •' The fingertip veil of pure silk illusion was 'secured to a Mary Stuart cap of lace edged with pearls and sequins, forming a point at the forehead, centered •with a teardrop pearl. The bride carried a cascade, arrangement of stephanotis, centered with a white orchid. She also carried a crystal Rosary, a gift of the bridegroom, and a white lace handkerchief, carried by her mother at her wedding. The bride's pearl > earrings , and single pearl on a gold chain were also gifts of the bridegroom. Emerald and Seafoam The bridal attendants were at' tired in identical 'gowns of sea-foam green silk taffeta, featuring deep draped collars of emerald green velvet. The princess style gowns were styled with 'bouffant skirt's and'fitted'bodices. The girls wore •wihite fur headpieces and carried white fur muffs to which were attached white gardenias backed with emerald green ribbon. Their shoes matched the emerald green of their gowns, arfd they wore white gloves which extended above the elbow and were fastened wjth pearl buttons at 'the wrist Their cultured pearl and gold chain necklaces were gifts of the bride. ; For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. O'Connor chose a light blue lace over French blue satin dress, accented with a matching blue satin draped hat and black accessories. Mrs. Tom Pasquale, sister of the bridegroom, selected a j black velvet two piece dress with a Dior blue hat and gloves and 1 black accessories. Both wore corsages of pale pink cymbidium orchids. A breakfast was served to the wadding party and members of the immediate families at Purcell's Cafe immediately following the ceremony. Reception for 400 A reception was held from 2 to G o'clock in the afternoon at the K. of C. hall with 400 guests attending. Centering the serving table was a three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple, decorated in emerald green and surrounded with sweetheart roses and greenery. The bride's table was covered in white taffeta and net and featured an emerald green taffeta • drape across the front caught at intervals with white satin bows. Crystal candelabra and white tapers flanked the cake. A buffet lunch was served along with cake, nuts and mints. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Townsley, Mrs. James Laing, Mrs. Robert p g ^ _.._ Ferguson, Mrs. Paul Donahue, U ne benediction by the chaplin, Mrs. Joe D'Andrea, Mrs. Jerry I and the retiring of the colors. Snider, Mrs. Lee Murray_and .the. During the social hour, bingo was played and prizes awarded to Mabel Guy, Louise Hardin, Flor= ence Gangloff and Elsie Bushing. Refreshments were served by Elizabeth Harnesch, Jennie Renk- Chairman Named For War II Mothers Mothers of World War II unit 18 met 'in the Memorial home Friday evening with the president, Elsie Bushing presiding. The colors were posted and the meeting was opened according to the ritual. The prayer was given by the chaplin, Pearl Jones, prior to the general business meeting. A report was made on the work done at the blood bank. The president appointed Louise Hardin as parlimentarian for the year and named various committee chairmen. A gift was presented to Mrs. Bushing, past-president, after which the meeting closed by re- the Mother's Creed, and The First Methodist Church at Blufflon was the scene of the December 29 marriage of Miss Karen Venis of Bluffton to Ens. Richard Galbreath of Winamac. Candelabra, green and white Christmas tees and hampers of white mums banked the altar for the double ring ceremony read at 3:30 o'clock by the Rev. E. E. Kaufman of Muncie and tlie Rev. L. G. Sapp of Bluffton. Glen Wood Jr. organist and Mrs. M. E. Myers vocalist, presented a musicale. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Venis of Bluffton and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Merle Galbreath of Winamac. The bride chose a princess style gown of pcau de soie. A scoop neckline and long sleeves fashioned the Empire bodice and the skirt swept into a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of B'runch illusion was caught to a pillbox of lace and taffeta, she carried a cascade o£ white chrysanthemums. Miss Marcia Morrison of Cleona, Pa., was maid of honor and serving as bridesmaids were the Misses Monica Weilman_ of Fort Wayne and Carol Venis of Bluffton both cousins of the bride; Sally Graudins of Little Fall, N. Y. and Nancy Dye of Wolcott. Barbara Venis, the bride's sister, was junior bridesmaid. The attendants wore identically styled waltz length dresses of white velveteen with oateau necklines and three-quarter length sleeves. White feather caps complemented their gowns and they carried white muffs topped with poinsettias. Best man was Michael Jewell of South Gate, Ky., with Fred Turner of Peru, Marvin Motuliak of Lafayette and Dan Dilts and James Fritz both of ^Winamac, ushering. Serving at a reception in the church Fellowship Hall were Mrs, Harry Neer, Mrs. Tfleodore Herron, Mrs. Maurice Neuhausef, Mrs. Paul Neuhauser, Mrs. John Flaningham, Mrs. Robert Venis, Mrs. Verlin Egly, Mrs. Larry Fuller, and the Misses Betsy Carnally, Mary Elston, Linda Brown, Karen Santon, Dorothy Stogdill, Eleanor Scott 'and Patricia Wells. .For traveling the bride changed to a brown ' tweed suit with brown and rust accents. The couple will make their home in Pensacola, ; Fla., where the bridegroom is stationed with the Navy. the couple wiil establish residence at 1704 George street. For traveling the bride selected a rose colorec knitted skirt and sweater with matching velour beret and black accessories. The bride is employed as society editor for the Pharos- Tribune. Most woman don't have to worry about getting a tired, logy feeling after eating because they are uf moving around doing dishes anc such. If this is not true, resist the temptation to sink immediately into a comfortable chair. Move -aboui a bit, but not vigorously, before sitting down. '. .' \ Why wait for Sales Buy Here and Save Anytime Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs ^At Low Cost LIT OUR IOC ATI ON SAW YOU MONIY 'Opon Dotty * «.m. ;• 9 p.m. McTaggart's Home Furnishing Co. OI31J Hlo enbergcr and Helen Barnett. FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON ' COATS SUITS DRESSES SWEATERS SKIRTS BLOUSES Now Reduced 1/3 to AND MORE 326 Edit Broadway World's first gas company came into being in April -of 1812, with the- granting of a charter by Parliament. This may sound like an old wives' tale. But the tops of such vegetables as carrots and beets will draw some nutrients out of the vegetables if left on. So cut off the tops before w-ashing and storing vegetables. A one-inch «tem may be left, though. THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-11th St. Phone 46111 1 • . ' • ,' • Hours 9 to 5 dairy, except Sat., 9 to 12 WAU»A«* LAMPS GIFTS CARPUS Forrest J. R«ed, Interiors. DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES PRINTED CREPE AND LINEN JACKET DRESS Hand Waehafefo For your Early.Spring dress this, printed rayon crepe with linen type jacket, with matching print trim. Hand washable. Colon; blue, beige, tfqja, lilac. $12-98 Sizes 12 to 18 Sizes 1214 to 22V4 ^DtAvU^TX ^ »-/WO/3

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