Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 3, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 3, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, December 3, 1957. CARGEL-PODELL VOWS REPEATED IN EASTERN RITES THANKSGIVING DAY St. John the .Evangelist church at Agawam, Massachusetts, was school graduate, attended Western New England college at Spring the scene Thanksgi ;ing Day of a tieid and is employed by the Ham- wedding ceremony read at 10:30. illou Standard Division of the o'clock in the morni.ig when Miss United Aircraft Corporation as a Jeanette Mary Cargel and Floyd 'draftsman at Broad Brook, Conn. A.'len Podell were united in marriage. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cargel, of Cooper street, Agawam, Mass., and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Isadore L. Podell, of Win- Rev. John P. Shannon, pastor, performed the double-ring ceremony before an altar decorated with arrangements of chrysanthemums and pompons. Organize New Class * tsmtist Temple The Baptist Temple Church School of Logansport has announced the addition of a Young Married Couples class, members of which were entertained at a dessert party and social hour Friday inp" 1 Thpmp ;P Ieton ' Mr - and Mrs - Da!c me i neme JMr and Mrs Raymon< j HittICi Mr . Of Progressive Club jand Mrs. Fredrick Spencer and "Evangeline" was the theme ol Mr. and Mrs. William Hileman. Jie Monday afternoon meeting of! Refreshments were served. Woman's Progressive club at| • ' home of Mrs. Blanche Slroup. j The president, Mrs. Pearl Jones, Alpha Phi Group Installs Two New Officers At Meeting Two officers were installed al the Monday evening meeting of the SHERRY BYFIELD BECOMES BRIDE OF GORDON WILLIAMS AT WINAMAC Miss Sherry iiss Byl'ield uacsme the bride of- Gordon Williams during a double ring ceremony Sun- Alpha Phi" chapter of the Beta!day, November 24, at the W:na- Sigma Phi sorority at the home.mac Presbyterain church with the' Plank And E'rvin Families Gather Pre-Nuptial Shower Givenjn Honor Of iss Dorothy Pear Miss Dorothy Pear was honored a. a miscellaneous shower Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Er- Pear, 2201 Spear street, with o. r Mrs. Janet Arlhurhultz. ; Reverend C. D. Barringer offici-' The annual Thanksgiving rcun-iMrs. Donald. Pear assisting the Mrs. Janet Young, president, a evening at the home of Mr. and' opone[1 the mee ting, roll call was •• Mrs. David Choate, 605 WheaUandj lai^ anc i t he secretary-treasurer reports were given. Mrs. Eleanor Wyatt was organist and Mrs. Lillian Casiel.o, soloist. The church choir: Lillian Casi-; sroup thc Two by Two dass The! Club lo be formed for the' hus- ci'-o, RoseMane Nathan. Betty^Fis-1 foiiovving slate of officers was 1 bands of Be'.a Sigma Phi girls. During the short business meet-] A letter \ras read from In tern a- ing, members voted to name the I tional concerning the new Envoy raer, Marion Leger, Barbara Hill, Tom Casiello, Arthur Wyatt, Chester Kida, Jim Caramazza, Frank Morrisseau, Orland Salotti and Bob Jones, sang "Ave Marie". chosen: An invitation was read from the President. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Plainfield, Ind, chapters inviting Sample; vice-president, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Young; secretary-treasurer, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ealy. ; . . , . ui ci , ;ui . muj ivn^. \.iiuil J^eliy. The bride, given in marriage by, The m committec inclllfles her father, wore a floor-lens h Mr am , ^ choate ^ iMrs. Kenneth Wall. The 1958 pro- wm be presented at the Jan- gown-o white si k tlss "* designea with a Queen Ann and basque bodice with inserts rneeti n <» train, ported eH ofm illusion was ,««« at a dinner at the church par- caught to a crown of lace with ?eed pearls. She carried a semi- cascade of white French carnations and white roses centered with a white colored lip orchid with ivy streamers. Miss Veronica Boyle of Springfield, served as maid of honor. She wore a waltz-length peau-de soie gown of capuciae with a sa- brina neckline. She wore a match- dren will be guests. Name Committees- For St. James Mrs. Robert Benlz, general chairman, has named !he committees for the steak supper and holiday food bazaar to be Thursday at St. James Lutheran church parish hall. Mrs Robert Gharis and Mrs. in" tiara headband with matching p"" l'"we are in charge of the veil and shoes. She carried a cas-j™mdy booth with Mrs. Ferd Bur cade of bronze pompons and mums with ivy streamers. Peau de Crystal Miss Elaine Staski, Plainville, Conn., and Miss Sandra Lemar, Springfield, were bridesmaids. They wore matching wall;', length peau de crystal gowns with portrait necklines in copen blue wiih matching tiara headbands, veils and shoes.. They carried cascades of yellow pompons and mums with ;vy streamers. Miss Patricia Kielec, \orthamp- the chapter to their Sweetheart Ball January 25 in the Indiana Ballroom in Indianapolis. Installation of officers was held for the office of corresponding secretary and the treasurer. Miss Joyce Blackwood was installed as corresponding secretary and Mrs. Iris Albaugh as treasurer. A discussion was held on presenting a style show and it was decided to postpone the decision un'U January. A report was given by Mrs. Ruth Jillcot on the progress.of the candy sale. It was voted by the group to fill a basket at Christmas for a. needy family. A ward at Longcliff will be entertained on Dec. 22 by the three chapters of Beta Sigma Phi in Logansport. A rcporl was given by Mrs. aling. Gladioli, palms and lighted la-' purs provided a sotting for the ceremony. Miss Cecilia Leese, of Indianapolis, was accompanied by Miss Barbara Beatty, Indianapolis, organist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Byl'ield, of Winamac, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Will- ia.ns, of Whiting. Miss Glenda Benjamin, of Ham-, mond, attended the bride as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Irma Lou Kaser, of New Par's. Mrs. Donald Stevens, of Winamac, and Mrs. Harold Budka, of Champaign, Illinois. The groom's altendants were Charles Lawson of Hammond, besl man, Lynn Jones of Frankfort, Charles F. Byfield of Winamac brother of the bride and Jack .ion of the Plank and Ervin lam-, hastess. •lies- was held al the Deer Creek Miss Pear and Robert Nethei-cutt Conservation club with 95 persons attending. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Winkle, Kenneth Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. -Harold Griest and family of Twelve Mile. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Franks and sons, Mr. artd Mrs. Edwin Plank and family, Mr. and -Mrs. Richard Mtihler and son, of- Ko-komo, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Plank, Mr. and Mrs. Don Plank and son, - Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Plu-m-mer, Mr.-and Mrs. John Elsworth Sprinkle and children, Mrs. Leor.a Patterson and son. Linn Ann Keplar, of Walton, Frank Ervin, Bunker. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Crockett, of Monticello, Mrs. Ella Crockett, Mrs. Alma Fromuth. Mr. aid Mrs. Bert Plank, Mr. and "Mrs. Harry Plank, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Plank and sons, Mr. and Mrs. I-Iobart Shanks and dau- will be married at 2 o'clock Sat Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five opened the meeting and pledges to flags were led by Mrs. Anna Girls Scouts of Troop 3. St. Vincents- school, met with Iheir lead- Duckworth and Mrs. Geneva Mes- en ^Ls-s Betty Minncman Monday serly. i evening with prayer by thc presij- Mrs. Elizabeth Blizzard led in'dent. Joan Firmani, opening the the collect and following roll call Mrs. Mae Fisherbuck gave Ihe secretary's report. "Evangeline", a poem by Longfellow, was given by Mrs. Go'dio Shedron. She introduced the Juan Al Don trio who assisted with thc meeting. Marilyn Quirk, secretary, called Ihe roll and read the minutes and thc meeting was turned over lo the leader. Miss Minneman told of plans for the group lo presenl three plays. presentation of the poem. In open- "Cinderella." "The Three Bears" u day a e on at he Behe vXdist ch'i?ch Belllcl ye.hHtUst ch,irch. PIH.S, while and mint inS the trio sang " Lons Lms "The Three Little Pi*' with were combined in the and during the story sang "Smiling ;. w n groups assigned '.o "The Three Through the Years" and "Pi'lip-ims. Li . t £ Pi^ " green on their Way" as Mrs. Shedron re-; Xanes'were drawn for a Christ- color! viewed the life of "Evangeline". ; ma . 5 exchange and thc meeting Mrs. Pearl Jones spoke on lhej c ] ose< j with the friendship squeeze poem and the trio closed wi'.hi anc j ( a ns. „:.,,.;— I ' » » * Beaver Patrol of Troop 3. St. Vincents school, met with prayer scheme, and gifts were placed at a table covered with a pink cloth and centered with a miniature lighted chapel surrounded by greenery and rosebuds. In the doorway was placed a miniature brida!. couple. Contests were enjoyed prizes going to Mrs. Kenneth ic-r a.nd Mrs. Ethel Banta • , duplicate prizes to the bride-elect. ry, Donna Coiner and Clara hirk- ! singing. Mrs. Clara Kirkpatrick showed several articles from Nova Scotia and thc meeting closed with the watchword. ] given in opening. The six'.h and ninth requirements ing with Refreshments were served to thc j we ,- e dU-cussed and the mceti ,'n Mil- 29 members and four guests. Mcs- closed with prayer, i with dames Juanita Wysong, Alice Mur- '. - Guests presented Miss Pear with Patrick. FULTON O.E.S. their favorite recipes. Invited guests included: Hostesses were .Mrs. | Slroup, Mrs. Grac<: Marsh, and The Fulton O.E.S. meeting was Blanche-held at the Fulton Masonic Hall fear, Mrs. Fred Pear, Mrs. Lylc Mrs. Myra Gordon. K-erchr.e-r, Mrs. Mrs. Don Obenchain, Mrs. Victoi CI.YMERS PTA MEETS Williams of Whiting brother of ihe Shier. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Shanks u- ... ! with Jeanette Hunter, Worthy Matron, in charge. Reports 0:1 reception of Maxine Fewcll. at Kokomo. and Alice Dai- room, ushers. children, Mr. and Mrs. Clay] i Shanks and son. Mr. and M , ., 1 c ' The Clymers P.T.A. met recently ] t , y , was given by Joyce Martin. at the Clymers school. Mr. Condon, | Friends night at Rochester was The bride who was given in! . „. . marriage by her father, appeared Calvin Reinke a;lcl sons - Ml ' ?s Gl£h in a ballerina length gown of im-- Mr - and Mrs - John Shanks and county superintendent of schools, ,.ven by Margaret Grable. The next meeting will be held ported French lace over nylon net and slipper satin. Her fingertip • ... ,. ... . ni-j-o Kate English on tne first pledge meeting held at Mrs. Diana Is- , ed and blusher were of import. .. man and Mrs. George Markert as co-chairmen of tiie bake shop. Thc swiss steak supper is under the direction of Mrs. Edwin Heimlich and Mrs. Frederick May-i:™' mee . . sacs'. The next meeting will be in: The maid of honor wore a bal- the home of Mrs. Shelia Cody on erina .length gown of green lafie ! Dec. Mrs. Mrs. Henry Kraut will head Ihe room committee. Mrs. Her- Kiesling heads the kitchen dininj man patrol committee and Mrs. Walter Mayhill is in charge of arrangements for the follow-up kitchen patrol duty. Hosts for the affair are Fred ton, Mass., cousin of the bride, jHatiss, John McCammon, Frank \vf\s junior bridesmaid. She wore.Flynn, and Waller Kohls. The a pink rose waltz length peau tie I ticket chairman is Mrs. Victor crystal gown with a portrait neck-.; Hedde; Mrs. Edgar Closson, pub- line and matching tiara headband .Ucity chairman and James Heim- and shoes. She carried a cascade; lich, cashier, of lavender pompons with ivy; ' streamers. ; Broadway Guild Kobert A. Cargel. Jr., Agawam, - . - 'brother of the bride, served as best man. Ushers were Joseph Kie- !ec, Jr., Norlhamplon, Mass., cousin of the bride, and Herbert Williamson, Springfield. A receplion was held at the Italian Sporting Club, Agawam, Mass. Assisting in receiving, Mrs. Cargel wore a teal peau de crystal dress with matching jacket, accessories and a corsage of pink camellias. Mrs. Louis A'.feld, Ft. Wayne, Indiana, sister of the bridegroom, Plans Yule Meet The December meeting of the Bi-oadway Wesleyan Service Guild was conducted at the home of Mabel Timmons Monday evening with singing and a poem opening the A group discussion \yas led by " or. the "Interpreta- and "Love's Miracle in Marriage," for the program of the evening. The Christmas parly will be held December 16 at Dykeman's . restaurant at 6:30 p.m. The next meeting will be January 6 at '.he home of Mrs. Albaugh. la and chiffon. Mrs. Buclka and Mrs. Stevens- wore ballerina length gowns of taffeta and chiffon in shades of brown with brown, yellow and rust accessories. Miss Kaser's gown was of brown taffeta and chiffon, shaded from rust daughters, of Logansport, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Camp and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kuszmaul and son, of Logansport, Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, Mr. i?nd Mrs. Dean Dick, Mrs. Pau'.ine Bi-ack, of Logansport, Jack Sprinkle, Jirn Dur- ^ ham and J. C. Smith, of North Carolina, Mrs. Betty Kitchel, Don. Jane, Carol and Kenneth all of Twelve Mile, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Beck and children. TCC Camera Club Pupils of grade one and two, sev-! December 9lh Ica'.urins the Christen and eight, sang several selec-'mas parly and fifty-cent gift cx- iange. On (he committee in charge arc Rut.h Rent.schler. Charlcne Rcnl- a'.hryn Renschlor, Marie Joe Renlschlcr and Ed Bridge Club Holds Masterpoint Night The regular masterpoint play was preceded by a dinner at the! _ _ Elks Monday evening when the j sen j ors a t Butler university School Men's Duplicate Bridge club convened. Seven tables were in play with to yellow, with matching rust and yellow accessories. All carried! ShoWS bouquets of fall leaves, Cattails; A trav elo»ue of colored slides on and bronze and gold mums. Indiana owned by the TCC Cam- Following the ceremony, a re- era club werE . s | lown by Mrs. Bob ception for 200 guests was held :n y oun rr a t the recent meeting of the church annex. The newly weds' the c]ub at ttle homo O f Mrs. Er- .hen left or. a short trip and on nest Mund Kcwanrlai rura l route. iheir return will make their home in Indianapolis. an[ ) Mrs. Williams are both first place going to Don Hockman and Wendell Macy; Orville Fox and-Dr. Charles Viney, second; Karl Austin and Jim McCool, Kokomo, third; and Sam Helvie and Dick Cassidy, fourth. The next meeting is Monday Cleo Thomas offered prayer.: evening at the YWCA. Christmas plans were discussed j — and the joint meeting with the WSCS in January was announced. The program was in charge of Vevay Langbak and was entitled, wore an orchid embroidered dress;"You Are My Witness." Devotions fashioned with nylon tulle, matching accessories, and a corsage of pink camellias. Trip To Bermuda Mr. and Mrs. Podell left on a wedding trip to Bermuda, the bride wearing a knitted suit, black accessories, grey coat, ami a white orchid corsage. The bride was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Robert Cargel, mother of the bride, at her home in Agawam. A' miscellaneous shower was also given by the bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Joseph Kielec and Mrs. Joseph Kielec,-Jr. aunt of the bride, at her home .in Northampton, Mass. Miss Veronica Boyle, maid of honor, served as hostess at a surprise personal shower for bride elect at her hom'i in Springfield. The bride is a graduate of the high school of Commerce i.t Springfield, Massachusetts and is employed by the Phoenix of London group in that city as a stenographer. Her husband, a Winamac high vere offered by Mae Evernham assisted by Garnet Hyman and Grace Patterson, the former closing the meeting with prayer. Refreshments were served by JR. D. OF I.'S The Junior Daughters of Isabella met at the home of Judy Walls with Mary Joan Quaglio, president, presiding. The theme for the formal dance, which will be held December 27, is "Mistletoe Magic." Committee chairmen for the dance are: Susie O f •„ Indianapolis. ham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W .Denham will give a program before members of Sigma Phi Gamma sorority. The program for '.he American Legion Auxiliary rehabilitation party will be given by both Miss Denham and Miss Hall in the American Legion Home. Mrs. Arthur Fiedr.cr was narrator. Guests were Mrs. Harry Bridga and Mrs. Paul Harrison, Royal Center; Mrs. George St. Clair, Mrs. Archie Wills, Mrs. Gene Miller. Mrs. Woodward Fisher, Mrs. Theo Urbin and Mrs. Loyd Woolington, Kewanna. Refreshments were served. The next meeting - will' be Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Bob Young home. Mrs. Carl Herrold will give a lesson or; composition. Each person will take six colored slides on composition for judging. nun Kbiinitjiiis were served ov , <• n • **• j «*: Mrs. Timmons and Emma Alma" , M?:^™}™*^^^ SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY 6:30 p.m. — Logansport Division, Licensed Practical Nurses, Ben Hur. 7:30 p.m. — Loyalty class, Calvary Presbyterian church, parlors. 8 p.m. — Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, Masonic Temple. 8 p.m. — Mary Bethune club, YWCA parlors. WEDNESDAY Noon — Spring Creek CW'F, Mrs Margaret Moore. Noon — Deer Creek HD club 2, Deacon Grange hall. Noon — Division 4, GWF, Mrs. Grace Wickersham. 1 p.m. — Broadway WSCS, general meeting, al church. 2 p.m. — Philathea A class, Baptist Temple. ' -•> erones; Joann Pasquade, band; and Nancy Hendricks, tickets. Tickets for the dance were distributed to all members to be sold. A record hop was discussed, but no date was set. After the business session refreshments ot cokes and potato chips were served. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, December 3, at 7 o'clock p.m. WILSON STUDENTS Students of Miss Dorothy Wilson will participate in several Christmas programs this week, the first to be presented Tuesday, December 3rd, by Cindy Hall, daugh- ler oE Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Hall, before members of Ti-Tri IV in the YWCA. December 9th Miss Lynn Den- From Hazel Ann's CANDY KITCHEN Comes The World's Finest Home-Made Candies. Please Place Your Orders Early PlEASli NOTE MY NEW LOCATION 306 NORTH CICOTT Across From The City Ice Plant. Phone 50959 Hazel Ann Wolf Be on Angel Santa and give the ,,-jS 1 •**? r i . f .^'"V^--:f'••>::j ^:;^*v:y^^; f j;t;| ,**?•..,V-.'.'..".-M.•-••.•..'.."*. 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