Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 29, 1957 · Page 38
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 38

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 29, 1957
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1WT. Miss R. M. Hersliey Engaged SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Announcements WEDNESDAY The Jsickson township Carrol] county HD club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Inah Caldwell. She will be assisted by Mrs. Ross Wagoner, Mrs. Fred Jones and Mrs. Clarence Lake. Members are reminded to bring a valentine for the Riley hospital. Hi Ml # THURSDAY Spring Creek CWF will meet with Mrs. June Crimmins Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. A bake sale will be held. * * * Mental Culture club will meet Thursday at the YWCA dining room for the club day luncheon. Members are to take a covered dish and table service. The luncheon will be at 12 o'clock. ANN LANDERS "Drinks Lot, Needs Truck" Fits Missing Mate Dear Ann: I've never written to a person in your profession be- but I won't sleep tonight until Announcement has been made of the engagement o£ Miss Rose Marie Hershey to Ben Ascensio. The couple will be married June 14th, 1958 The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hershey, ] fore, but I won't si 325 Cliff Drive and Mrs. Albert Ricciardi, 330 High street. Her fiance II mau this letter. is the son of' Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ascensio, 863 South Academy, -•- *•<-- ~ Galesburg Illinois. Miss Hershey. attended the local high school and is employed at the RBM. Mr. Ascensio, a graduate of Galesburg high school, attended Western Illinois state college and is employed in the RBM laboratory. . • (Harrington Photo) Miss Van Boven To Marry Former Slieryl Dawn Vinyard TIPS I'm sure the man who moved in with the older woman (Mrs, G. L. R.) and fleeced her out of money "to buy a truck and go into business" is my missing husband. The description "drinks a lot and needs a truck" fits him perfectly. He is wanted by Hie police in three states at present. After Jie bilked me and left town,' he did the same thing to two other] v/omen. When I married him he didn't have a penny to his name. I quit my government job and drew $4"ooo retirment because he "needed two trucks to go into business." 1 After eight weeks he disappeared land I haven't heard from him since. He goes fancies He's Flora Lawyer's Bride^Elect for older women an/3 himself quite a smooth talker Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Boven, 725 West Eighth' street, Gary, and formerly of Logansport, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Van- Boven, to George Stephens, The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hershey, S25 Cliff Drive, Logansport. A date for the wedding has not bedn announced. The bride-elect attended Logansport .high school and is employed at the RBM. Her fiance; a graduate -of Morton Memorial high school at Knightstown,, is in the Navy Stationed at Norfolk, Virginia. (Staff Photo) a lover, and lias made a career out of this truck racket. You have my permission to print ray letter. It may save somebody a pack of trouble and several thousand dollas. OUT 4 G's. Dear Out 4 G's: Thanks for flagging us down on this character. I'll print your letter and let's hope he's caught. * * » Dear Ann: May I suggest that the former airline stewardess who signed herself "The Hostess With The Mostess" leave her apartment door'ajar during those odd hours *' Pohlman Studio MRS. THOMAS ROGER SMITH was Miss Sheryl Dawn Vinyard before the couple's marriage Saturday afternoon, December 21, at 4:30 o'clock at the. St. James Lutheran church with the Reverend j Alfred Genii officiating at the candlelight, double ring ceremony. j The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Norma M. Vinyard, 124 West Roselawn Drive, and the late Charles Vinyard, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Smith, of Pontiac, Michigan. A graduate of the local high school with the class of 1955, the bride is a senior at the St. Elizabeth hospital School of Nursing at Lafayette. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Waterford township high school'at Pontiac, attended Flint Junior college at Flint, Michigan and is stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, with the US Army. Dark corners and areas under couches often are neglected when it conies to cleaning. These are good breeding areas for moths and should be cleaned regolarly. Use crevice tools to vacuum i bolstered pieces and spray them with an approved insecticide if the material is not already treated. * * * A new bathtub for baby has rolled rim that makes it easier to carry. Its two molded-in trays will hold a washcloth and soap. 0 * * Avoid adding dust to your food along with the seasoning. Wash salt and pepper shakers and spice containers regularly. Even the cleanest home has dust settling on all exposed objects. * * * Fine sandpaper can save nicked fingers. This is true when glassware has little chips that don't warrant discarding the item but do offer a threat when used. Rub chipped edges gently to wear off sharp edges. * * * No one calls a housewife lazy if she does a job well with the least effort. One way to conserve energy ,when cleaning is to avoid sharp or jerky movements. Put rhythm, into cleaning or polishing motions and make the task more enjoyable because it is less tiring. * * # Now you can buy accessories for a dress at the same time you buy the dress. Scarf, belt and rhinestone pin come packaged in a cellophane bag, are included in the dress price. * * * The cotton knit cardigan sweater that's veiled in rose-printed chiffon is a brisk pick-up for a* tired winter wardrobe. * # .* : sleeveless blouse and crimp- ileated skirt in bright red nylon chiffon are perfect for at-home wear on winter evenings. These separates are best suited to the slim young figure. New Year's Eve Parties Planned By Local Clubs New Years eve dances have been planned by Logansport organizations, featuring music noisemakers will be given. AH reservations have already been made according to Don Michael, BETROTHED—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burchett, of Ashland, Kentucky, announce the engagement of their daughter, Florence Anne, to William J. Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Briggs, of Flora. Miss Burchett is a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman's college, Lynchburg, Virginia, with the class of 1955 and is presently a senior at the University of Kentucky College of Law, Lexington, Kentucky. She is a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Her fiance has recently become a member of the law firm of Lane and Briggs at Flora. Prior to that association with Wilbur Lane, af Flora, he was with the Legal Department of the Ashland Oil and Refining'company, of Ashland, Kentucky. He holds an A.B. Degree [rom DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, and an LL.B. Degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law. He is a member of both the Indiana and Kentucky Bar Associations. While in undergraduate school, he received a Fellowship from the American Learned Societies of Washington, D. C. He is a member of Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity and Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity. A definite date for the wedding, to take place at the First Melh- church of Ashland, has not been set. Miss Dixie Waite Engaged To Wed Robert C. Larson bands with favors of hats, horns | house committee. There will be a when the pilots come in for "coffee 'the party, and conversation"? j Hats, horns If she's concerned about her reputation, and the neighbors are beginning to talk, this little gesture and noisemakers. ELKS New Year's eve dance will be for members and their ladies starting at 10 p.m. Vic Bourniue is general chairman of and favors will be could remove NEIGHBORS all doubt.—THE Miss E. Medbourn Engaged Dear Ann: My wife mentioned recently that a man backed into her car as he was leaving a parking space. Our car was scratched a bit but we have insurance so I thought little about it. My wife jokingly remarked that she would like to "make a little money" off this incident. I paid no attention. Yesterday an attorney called to inform me that his client is being sued for $15,000 by my wife. She claims her back was injured when his car hit hers. I was shocked but said nothing, I can't let my wife pull off this crooked deal and am terribly upset to think that she's gone, so far. I told her that unless she drops the case, I will go to court and expose her. She said "I dare you". What, in your opinion, is Annovincement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Medburne, Camden, route one, of the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth, to James Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs! Junior Williams, of route one, Bringhurst. A date for the wedding has not been announced. The bride-elect attended Burlington high school. Her fiance, a graduate of Carrollton high school, is employed at Moriarty Pole Jcompany, Burlington. (SHaff Photo.) 125 Attend Dance At YWCA Annex Nearly 125 teenagers attended the Y-Teen committee dance at the YWCA annex Friday evening from 8 to 11 o'clock. Prizes were won by Jack Clark, Sarah Carter, Marsha Working •nd Tom Galey. The next dance will be held the second week in January. Mr. PERSONAL and Mrs. John Fissel and given with LHS majorettes, daughters of Elk members, distributing them. Music for the evening will be furnished by Puff Cannon and his band. COUNTRY CLUB party will open with a dinner being served until .9 o'clock. Dancing to music by an orchestra will be from 10 till 1 o'clock. Favors, horns, hats and serpentine will be part of the decorations. Breakfast will be served at 2 a.m. In chrage of the event are the board of directors headed by Dick Elliott, Jr., president, Joe McClain, Carl Kragh, Myron Hiatt and Kay Hilkert. THE MOOSE dance will be iheld from 9 o'clock until after midnight i breakfast following the dance. MASONIC and ORDER OF EASTERN STAR party will begin with card playing from 7 till 9 for adults and movies for children. Dancing will be from 9:30 till 12:30 o'clock to the music of Gladys French and her band. Refreshments will be served. All Masons, and Easter Star members and their families are invited. Committee for Orient lodge Charles E. Becker, general chairman; Fidelity Chapter 58, Mary Dillman, chairman and Tipton Lodge No. 33, Roger Parker, chairman. HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Pvt James W. Custer has returned to his base in Maryland after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Custer, 21'5 Burlington, avenue. Capt. and Mrs. Harry E. Mendenhall and children, of Leonard Wood, Missouri, spending the holidays with former's parents, Mr. and WAITE— dylinSLv If ttg%dA HH Mr. and Mrs, Richard S. Waite 620 West Fifth St., announce the engagement of their daughter, Dixie Sue, to Robert C. Larson. Mr. Larson is a son of Mr. and Fort j Mrs. John T. Larson of Chicago. are I Miss Waite attended Western the Michigan University in Kalamazoo End-of-Year Sale DRESSES Values to $27.95 $5.00-$10.00-$17.00 KNIT SUITS $18.00 Values to $49.9g SWEATERS $5.00 Values to $8.95 SKIRTS $6.00 Values to $10.98 BRASSIERES $1.00 Broken sires—discontinued .models Values to $5.95 SPECIAL PETER PAN GIRDLES . $4.79 Regular $5.95 APPAREL SHOP 320 Fourth Mrs. her freshman year and is now a the right thing to "do?— R. L. jthe Shrine New Year's Eve party Stay out of court -but move in | which features a dance beginning at 9 p.m. with music by the Camelaires, the Shrine band. Noise Hh m,s by D ck Pa m er' Hoy E. Mer.denhall, 511 King junior at Butler University, where V/-LU jn-ioLt, wj **>- | ^ ^ ^^ .^ w , n ^ T ,; T ,, T $„ nlorvijanf-Qrip oHii- band. The party is for members. I Hats and noisemakers will, be' given. Lester Way is chairman of arrangements. SHRINE members, their ladies and guests are invited to attend daughters, Julie and Jody, of Minneapolis, Minn., are spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fissel, and family. POSTPONED The party for Shrine Ladies and Nobles has been postponed until the first Wednesday in February. on the issue pronto. Your wife's deceit places her in a dangerous position. Ask your attorney to explain to her the consequences if it's proven in court that she's a liar. Since she seems to have no conscience, this approach is best. « • • Dear Ann: I was to be married in March of '58. This past September, my finace died as a result of a brain tumor. His mother gave me the wedding band he bought for me because he expressed to her the wish that I have it. My friends tell me to return the band and also the engagement ring. I've never heard of this before and would appreciate it if you would tell me what is the right thing to do.—ELIZABETH The answers to these questions are not written in a book. It's how you FEEL' that counts. If he wanted you to have" the wedding band,' I see no reason why you should not keep it. Of course you wouldn't wear it on your finger. The engagement ring is yours to do with as you wish. Why not wear it on your right hand until you feel like putting it away? * * " CONFIDENTIALLY: Sorry Now: Welcome to the 20-20 Hind-sight Club. Get on your knees, Boy and let's hope you ; get another chance. BEWILDERED: This girl is a poor bet for marriage. She and her old flame have a child in common and they will be seeing each other from now on, for one reason or another. My advice is to knock it off. MAD AT HIM: Any woman who put up with eight black eyes in three weeks must enjoy it. At makers, hats, etc., will be > given as favors. Tables must be reserved. Marion Langston is chairman of arrangements and Allen Klinck, en-chairman. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS party will feature an informal dance beginning at 9 p.m. with music by a local band. Hats and noisemakers will be given as favors. Approximately 200 coupies are expected to attend. Arrangements are in charge of Joseph Loner and Robert Cleifgen. EAGLES have planned their annual party beginning at 9 o'clock with Louie Silberman's Original Personality Boys being featured. The dance is for members and their ladies. V.F.W. party goers will dance to the music of Frank Callipo and Ms Encores from 9:30 till 12:30 p. m. Hats and noisemakers will be distributed. The house committee is in charge including Dean Winn, Dick Webster, Bernie Bender, Charlie Dutrieux, Charlie Hobert. and Isadore Davis. The party will be open house. AMERICAN LEGION dance beginning at 9 p. m. will feature music by Robin Wolf. Hats and street. FIRST HOMESTEAD First homestead in the United States was granted to Daniel Freeman on Jan. 1, 1863. It was near Beatrice, Neb., and the site was made a national monument in 1935. The Negro population of tSie United States is estimated at 14 million. she is majoring m elementary education. She is a member of Delta Gamma sorority. Mr. Larson is.tJie Wrestling Coach and assistant football coach at Peru High School. He is a graduate of Arkansas State College and received his Master's Degree from Purdue University. He is affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.. The wedding date has not been chosen. Waters^Wingard Engagement current beefsteak prices why not spent the money on a doctor instead, and get yourself straightened around? (Ann Landers will be happy to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper and enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope.) Copyright 1957, Field Enterprises, Inc. I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Waters, of Cutler, announce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn Marie, to Richard L. Wingard, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Wingard, of 'Flora. Miss Waters will be graduated from the Cutler high school next May. Her fiance is a junior at the Purdue University School of Agriculture. No date bas been set for the nuptials. THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 Jo 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER DRAPERY LAMPS GIFTS Forrest J. Reed, Interior* UPHOLSTERY CARPETS ACCESSORIES PERFECT FOR YOUR NEW YEARS EVE PARTY OUR FRUIT PUNCH WATTS ICE CREAM 113-Sth Phone 4504 SPECIAL The Qvalrty Dry Cleaning You Long For'

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