Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 31, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 31, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune JUNIOR D. OF l/s "MISTLETOE MAGIC" ATTRACTS 113 COUPLES The Junior Daughters of Isabella staged their annual holiday formal dance Friday even-ing at the • K. of C. hall with 113 couples attending. The hall was decorated in pink and white with a large sphere decorated with ribbons and mistletoe as the center of attraction. Susie Culp and Fred Fry were crowned king and queen and Mary Joan Quaglio and Ed Nichols were crowned duke and duchess of Mistletoe Magic. The Five Jacks provided tbe music for the dance. Committee chairman were Susie Culp, decorations; Joann Pasquale, band; Nancy Hendricks, tickets; Anne Castaldi, chaperones; and Susie Mordenti, refreshments. Chaperones were Mrs. Tom Pasquale, Mrs. Laurence Quaglio, Mrs. Charles Rozzi, Mrs. Laurence Smith, Mrs. Tony Sundy. Mrs. Donald Binney, Harry Dahl and Ann Johnson, Joan Schmidt and Jim Pearce, Bonnie Overmycr and Bob Honh, Karen Bell and Jack Sayler, Janet Fellers and James Sayler, Judy Cunningham and XeJson Becker, Linda Edwards and Joey Scagnoli, Janet Richason and Richie Cox, Paul Loner and Nina Beltmachi, Frank Ehase and Susan Huff. David Nichols and Frances Huff, Louise Oilman and Bernard Kilbdde, Gary Price and Connie Schirm, Karen Smith and Bob Hardin, Joseph Jerome Werner and Linda Lee Mclntyre, Jean Liming and Jim Thompson, John Hoover and Bonnie Miller, Jerry Dingeldein and Judy Koons, Tom Smith and Marilyn Dodrill, Bill Rozzi and Barbara Shaw, Wayne Hartmann and Nancy Talmadge, Ralph Levy and Margaret ALICE KATHRYN HUNNESHAGEN AND F. J. BAUER, JR. WED AT MONTEREY St. Ann's Catholic church a\ Monterey was the scene Saturday morning of a double ring wedding ceremony which united in marriage Miss Alice Kathryn Hunneshagen and Frederick John Bauer, Jr. The rites, read at 9:30 o'clock by the Reverend Father Charles Remaklus, united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Hunneshagen, of route 4, Rochester, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Bauer, of Monterey. Altars were banked with red and with black and beige accessories was chosen by the bridegroom's mother with a corsage of yellow pompons completing her costume. Marjorie Brooks, Reid Sales Marry In West Lafayette Miss Marjorie Brooks, of Lafayette, and Reid Sales, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sales, of Delphi, A reception was held at the were un jt e[ j j n marriage at St. Huff, Louis Slaughter and Bonnie | w hite poinseltas- and lighted tap- Frettinger, Jo Lynn Szewczyk and ers . White bows and greenery Dick Huntsinger, Sondra Bailiff, marked the pews. Scagnoli. and Dick Sundy, Maggie Strong and Don Bessignano, Jo .Ann Mary Joan Quaglio, president i d Dick ' shook Mary Jon es wore a two-piece dress ot black Hendricks, velvet and black and wmte tafteta, ° with a white gardenia waist corsage. Her escort was Ed Nichols. Nancy Rozzi, vice-president, was escorted by Louis Polsinelli. She wore a white velvet cocktail dress trimmed in red velvet and carried a nosegay of red and v/hite carnations. Jean Liming, secretary, wore a dress of turquoise velvet and white brocaded taffeta and carried a white carnation nosegay. Her escort was Jim Thompson. Sandy Sundy, treasurer, wore a two-piece cocktail dress with a black velvet bodice and a multi-striped skirt. Pat Ebey and Jerry Babb, Mary Alice Baker and Richard Kr.iesly, Bcrnadine Hombach and Dale Ristedt, Myra Seybold and George Sailors, Mike Baker and Karen Rehm, Doug Forgey and Nancy W'ilson, Paul Goodale and Jeanne Stewart, Mike Jordan and Janet Hanlin, Dale Burcugh and Diana Irene Neumann, Joe Sumpter and Pam Wilson, Ron Watson and Judy Hollingsworth, Music was provided by the children's choir. Miss Doris Hunneshagen, of South Bend, attended her sister as maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Marilynn Miller, of Culver. Flower girl was Miss Kristine Strang, niece of the bridegroom, of Culver. church parlors immediately following the ceremony with a buffet luncheon served to 150 guests. Tables were decorated in a holiday motif. The three tiered wed-i dir.g cake, was topped with a miniature bridal couple. Mrs. William Bauer and Mrs. Bernard Bauer were hostesses. Followir.2 their return from a short wedding trip, the couple will reside at 315 East Washington street, Culver. For traveling the bride chose a sheath dress of black and white wool tweed with red accessories and the Thomas Aquinas church in West Lafayette Saturday morning. Rev.. Victor Shott read the 'double ring ceremony in the presence of more than 75 friends and relatives. The church organist played bridal airs and the traditional wedding marches and accompanied the vocalist. The bride, given in marriage by her brother-in-law, was attired in a ballerina-length gown of lace over satin with which she wore a Tuesday Evening, December 31, 1937. ISSUE LICENSES Marriage licenses were issued GALLO BAND PARTY Frank Gallo's Junior band met couples: Columbia street, recently for Harry D. Brew of Royal Center! 3 band scssion and nolida y and Adrienne Reeser, city; John H. Wood- of 708 Helm street and Members of (he band arc Janis Sharps, Ruth Ann Kranz, Sharon City Teachers Aid In Making Repairs At Logan Schools City school teachers are work- r.g with school maintenance men making repairs on local school buildings during the Christmas va cation. Dr. William 0. Wilson, director of business services, said 15 teach- eis are helping in the project, which will be completed this week. They are remodeling restrooms at Franklin school, installing three new gas heaters at Riley, painting lower corridors at the high school and at Washington, replacing window sills and re-wiring sections at the high school, and installing new Joanr.e Snider of Rt. 1, Camden; Murphy, Nancy McVety, Barbara Ronald Dean Deitrich of Rt. 2,! Martin, Buddy Ray. Sandra Dilling, city and Sondra Jean Hipsher of 1922 East Market: Kenneth L. Hir.kle of Twelve Mile and Donnabelle Shaffer of 1119^ East Broad- Carol Slusser, Kathleen MeGuin, Buddy Dodrill and Jackie Baker. Parents were guests and those prc-scnt were Mable Bechdolt. Mrs. way; Donald G. Camp of 1401 Col-|Kri.ii/., Mr. and Mrs. McVety. Mr. lege and Alphia M. Corn of 1337 and Mrs. Martin and children. College; Richard Pearson, city and Mrs. Slusser and Mr. and Mrs. Barbara Prills of Flora; Harold'Charles Murphy. Refreshments Robert Berkshire of Rt. 6, city and, were served. Margaret Ann West of Kokomo. OVcl DaUJll VYJ.L11 Willl.il juv; TTUI.I- «•*..,, til L I. T5 ' waist length veil and carried a wring &>r the clock system at Ri- i t;u a^^cooui i*-«J i*t«w n" — corsage from her bridal bouquet, j orcnm, The bride, a 1955 graduate of' the Aubbeenaubbee high school, is employed as a bookkeeper at the State "Exchange bank at Culver. 1 Wltll WcllSL ICllguJ V^IJ. UJiv* V.M...~— ll,! orchid'bridal bouquet centered with ar.,"-*- Tom Bauer, of Monterey, wasiA 1954 graduate of the Monterey best man for his brother and! high school, the bridegroom is a groomsman was Robert Gen-ring, senior at St. Joseph college, Renso£ North Judson. Lace And Tulle Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown ^ Joe Kitchel and Barbara Little,: hand-clipped imported rosepoint Hank Schmidt and Jan Eisert, lace an{1 ny i on tulle over net and Dick Jackson and Nancy Hendricks, Dave Baker and Margaret Pasquale, Jerry Bentz and Ella Her escort, Jim David, presented i ^squaie jerry jsenB ana *ua her with a'white chrysanthemum G f y Nob £ M land No bte and wrist corsage. The couples attending were Mary Steinberger and Gene Hensell, Karen Ryan and Mike Maple, Barbara Pfaff and Dick Reed, Connie Sallee and Ron Shoemaker, Helen Myers and Bob Briggs, Carolyn Szewczyk and Joe Smith, Janie Koons and Jay Kitchel, Jane Ann Conrad and Charles Davidson, Karen Doyle and Dick Douglas, Phyllis Ricci and Carl W. Pickens, Anna Allen and Jerry Benn, Shelley Crozier and Dick Crozier, Jane Fellers and John Gilman, Karen Williams and Tom Sailors, Betsy Watts and Jim Trib- . Julie White, Judy Walls and Ron Fritts, Judy Grace and Dick Medland, Mary C. Wagner and William Houk, Roberta Kleifgen and Ed Closson, Linda Smith and Joe Shaughnessy. bell Sharon Leslie and Jim Vitello, Elaine Leslie and Thomas J. Smtfn, Eberts Home Scene Of Holiday Party slipper satin. Designed with a fitted bodice and long tapering sleeves, the gown also featured a scoop neckline trimmed with iridescent sequins and pearls. The selear. COLLEGE-ITS. DANCE The Country Club College and Senior High School dance is scheduled for Thursday, Jar;. 2 with dancing from 9-12 to Joe Scagnoli's band. Refreshments will be served. Members may bring guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hillis are Miss Linda Coomet, a niece of the bridegroom served as maid of honor. She wore a blue ballerina- length gown of blue lace over taffeta and carried a bouquet of white carnations and pink rosebuds. Vernon Sales, cousin of the bridegroom was best man. A reception was held in the social rooms of the church following the ceremony. After a two weeks wedding trip to Florida and the South, the young couple will be at home on route 2, Delphi. Mr. Sales, a graduate of the Delphi high school, is employed by the Paul Johnson Sales. He was formerly employed at the Feder- chairmen of this dance with chap-|ated Store in Delphi. -------- - • ,, , ,, t-ilMlilUC.l *J1 LIIILJ VIU»*.X* .T...- ---- ,bouffant skirt of tulle veiled ™j erones being Dr. and Mrs. Earl lace trimmed underskirt. A finger- . an<1 Mrs§ Robert silk illusion was secured to a pil box of lace trimmed with iridescent sequins and pearls and ed?ed with a tulle pleated ruffle. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of. white roses and holly centered with a white orchid. Miss Doris Eberts. 1730 Eastj T ne bridal attendants were at- Broadway, entertained at a holi-: t; re( j ; n ballerina-length gowns of j § tip veil and blusher of ™?° rt . ed !;Lowe 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bellin- oilt illusion was secured to a pili- ___ ' day party Saturday evening. The entertaining rooms were decorated in an angel motif with the pink and blue Christmas tree festooned with angels. Invited guests were Miss Mary Rose and Mrs. Marge Overley, Joyce Cunningham and Bob Ming-! Mrs. Ruth Bargerhuff, Mrs. Ellen lin, Judy Polsinelli and Jim Miller, Darlene Thomas and Robert Ad. ams. Carl CaBoway and Linda Campbell, Fran Gagliano and Bill Drake, Carole Kinneman and Gary • Powell, Barbara Booher and Mike ' Neville, Carolyn Lowe and H. C. Eenkenberger, Sandy Sargent and Mygrant, Mrs. Clara Sturdivant, Mrs. Verna Hill, Mrs. Ethelanne Dancey, Mrs. Juanita Reeder, Mrs. Gladys Conrad, Mrs.- Gabriel Graham, Mrs. Helen Rogers, Mrs. Norma Boxell, Mrs. Janet Young, Mrs. Minnie Kitehel, Mrs. Betty Eisert, Mrs. Fern Wilson, Mrs. Rayanna David Summers, Rosemary Gear.'Frazier, Mrs. Viva Frazier, Mrs. and Frted Hanna, Linda Laird andjLoris Lane, Mrs. Betty Vanmeter, Jim Cotner, Nancy Wiler and Mrs. Virginia Jacot, Mrs. Byrl Steve Folio, Sharon Weimer and Gary Hahn, Judy Scarpellinl and William Link, Vicki Koch and Wayne Levy, ' Bonnie Caldwell and Larry Mather, Judy Zimmerman and Jim Reap, '• Annette Cooper and Dennis Wild; riclc, Joe Hunter and Kathie McCain, Joann Pasquale and Tom Brown, Connie Kleckner and Ronnie McFatridge, Judy Dunn and Mark Brown, Darlene Wherly and Mike Schreyer, Nancy Rozzi and Louis Polsinelli, Mary Joan Quaglio and Ed Nichols, Judy Neumann and Tom Knepper, Susan Eagan and Mike Huston, Linda Eagan and Mike Minter, Anita Firmani and Ed Fitzgerald, Janie Cook and Don Blom, Sharon Hess and Joe Brown, Janet Eller and Jack Cunningham, Bunny Easter and Tim O'Connor, Lynne Yeazel and Mike Tuberty, Sue Scagnoli and Jack Cain, Carolyn Strong and Joey Casalini, Judy Vernon and James Arnold, Bert Shannon and Cliff Smith, Jeanne George and Tom Barnes, Sandy Sundy and Jim David, Marcia Cart and Eldon Boose, Susie Culp and Fred Fry, Jeff Pearson and Sally Harvey, Donna Fawley and Harold D. Wedding, Sarah Malady and Warren Cline, Anna K. Hassett and Bickel, Mrs. Florence Bell and Mrs. Ellouise DeGrief. plain and eyelet embroidered cry- staletle in princess style with scoop neckline and godets at the sides embroidered with eyelet. Their circlet veils were secured to bandeau of velvet entwined with pearls. The maid of honor wore emerald green and the bridesmaid. ger. ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fouts, Galveston, entertained at a dinner party Christmas Eve. Movies were shown by Tom C. Fouts, Captain Stubby of the Buccaneers. Also present were Tom Fouts' family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mc- Curdy'and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Men's Bridge Club Convenes At YWCA Dr. Paul Shideler and Martin L.evy won first place honors at the regular Monday evening meeting of the Men's Duplicate Bridge club at the YWCA. Six tables were in play, anc only 5'/z points separated the first eight teams. Bob Richardson anc Ronnie Richardson won seconc place; Harold Huston and E. P Fouts and daughter, and Tom Mc-jRitsman, third; Dick Cassidy and nile green. They carried white:of Flora, muffs with a spray of red carna-; tions and hol'.y. j Flower Girl ! The flower girl appeared in a white dress designed with a very full pleated skirt. Her bandeau was. of holly, and she carried a small colonial bouquet of red carnations. The mother of the bride selected a sheath dress of moss green with black and white accessories Curdy. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fouts spent Christmas day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sibbett, . Dick Rohrbaugh, fourth. Masterpoint night will be hek at the Elks next Monday nigh with dinner at 6:30 p.m. anc bridge at 7:30 p.m. A turkey supper and Christmas'. and a corsage of. white pom-pons. music were enjoyed. A knit dress of emerald green NOTICE In order to be acceptable for publication, all engagement, wedding and anniversary pictures brought to the newspaper offices should be 3'/4 to 4" wide and a glossy print. Persons -wishing to have such pictures run, may secure this j she print from photo studios where pictures were taken. Thank you for your cooperation. W/iy wait for Safes Buy Here and Save Anytime .Budget Priced Furniture and Rugs At Low Cost UT OUR LOCATION SAVE YOU MONEY Cp«n Daily 9 a.m. .o 9 p.m. McTaggart's Home Furnishing Co. 1315 High NEW YEAR'S STORE HOURS Open New Year's Eve 'Til 7 P.M. Open New Year's Day 10 A.M. 'Til 9 P.M. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! YEAZEL'S 513 East Broadway Money Orders At Any Time dmeo 20% OFF STOCKING SALE SEAMLESS AND FUU-FASH1 ON ED JANUARY 2-11, 1958 Wonderful savings on wonderful stockings... all the famous exclusive features of Bur-Mil Cameo ... you« ot special Once-o-Yeor low prices. Look) Reg. SI .65 »«g. $1.50 Reg. St.35 Reg. $1.15 - Sale $1.32. 3 Pr. $3.85 Sale $1.20. 3 Pr. $3.SO — Sale $1.08. 3 Pr. $3.15 .Sole $ .92. 3 Pr. $2.65 HOCKMAN'S SHO£ SALON and EMPLOYEES HARRISON MEETING FULTON NO. 92 POSTPONED Noble Township .Home Demon- The Fulton Assembly No 92. Or- - N0 ' , ., . . . , . . der of Rainbow for Girls held a jstrr.lion family mghl and basket stated meeting in the Masonic llas b =" P°st-poned un il al Noble township school. with mother advisor pro-tem. Mr.^| Jf n ^^. h .-..^.^ vc . n .^j 111 bc held Joyce Martin opening the meeting. Worthy advisor Lelia Fry presided. A report was given on the re- SHRINE LADIES THURSDAY" Shrine Ladies will hold a 1 o'- cent bake sale and Shelby Harlzler| c ,,, ck dessert Thursday aflernoon and Shirley Williams were ap-i al lhe dub fo i| owed b y cards, pointed lo send gins lo the Baby Sister" at the Masonic Home at Franklin. Announcement was made that the next meeting, January 6th, will turned in at this meeting. The Harrison township Farm be election of officers and rituals !ureau will meet Thursday at 7:30' and points for merit bars are to be .m. at the Lucerne school. On the ntertainment committee are Floyd 'outz, Orville Clark. Russell Nelh- rcutt, James Stevens, Tom Pow:n, Jack Herd and Hildreth Hall. BUS PLUNGE KILLS M MEDELLIN. Colombia <UP) — Fourteen persons were killed and 28 others injured seriously Monday when a bus ran off the Andean Highway and plunged down a COO- On 'the refreshment committee i foot chasm. The accident hap- will be Sharyiv Johnston, Mary peiied on the highway linking Me- Nell Barbara Mastelier and Mrs.idcllin and Call in western Colom- Thelma Johnston. Ibia. JUST ARRIVED A New Selection of Beautiful Millinery For The Season Ahead SHOP EARLY FOR A BETTER SELECTION RUTH DOUGLASS 326 East Broadway BARBER'S JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE OUTING FLANNEL Pastel Colors TABLE 1 45c to 75c yd. Values 3 - $1.00 TABLE 3 90cto$1.10yd. Values 69c yard FINEST GINGHAM TEXTURE TONE PRINTS CALYPSO & BORDER PRINTS CRYSTALIME SILKS TABLE 4 $1.00 to $1.45 yd. Values 89c PLAIN & PRINT CORDUROY SILK & RAYON DRESS MATERIAL SATIN BACK SILK . FOR SUITS OR DRESSES TABLE 2 75c to $1.00 yd. Values 2-$1.00 PLAID GINGHAM STRIPED DIMITY PLISSE CREPE QUADRIGO PRINTS FIGURED BATtSTE BRUSHED FINISH TOUCHDOWN COTTON GOLD PRINT SILK SHANDURA PLAIN COLORS TABLE 5 $1.45 to $4.00 yd. Values 45" KASHMA Reg. $1.60 Now $1 yd. 4.5" CREASE RESISTANT "FABRICS Several Pieces Reg. $1.45 .Now $1 yd. 60" WOOL TWEEOS Reg. $3.50 yd. While It Lasts $1.89 yd. 45" ACRILIAN AND SILK Reg. $3.25 , Now $1.59 yd. 54" SOFT TOUCH. Reg. $3.75 yd. Plain or Stripe Now $2.75 yd. BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES 318 E. BROADWAY

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