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PAGE TWELVE THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGAN'SPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 195S To Wed This Afternoon Miss Margaret Ann West, daughter of Ollie E. West, Kokomo, andj liaro'.d H. Berkshire, route sLx Lc,transport, son of Arthur Berkshire of Tarpon Springs, Florida, v.ill be married at 2:30 p. m. this afternoon. The double ring service will be read by Rev. D\viglu L. Patterson in the 'Highland Park Church, 516 West Sycamore, Kokomo. Prior to the ceremony Bill Walters, organist, will play "I Love You Truly", "Star Dust", "The Wedding Prayer" and "If I Loved You". Miss Judy Capshaw, solo- iit, will sing "Always", "One Kiss" and "One Love." The service will be read before n background of a standard of while snapdragons ar.cl pink car-i nalior.s flanked with palms and' seven branched candelabra holding white tapers. White satin bo'.vo will mark the pews. Miss Delores Wiman of Kokomo! will attend the bride as maid of i;i>nor while bridemakls will be M]?s Janet Ulsli or" Kokomo and Miss Jane Hein'.ine tf Upland, 0.1- d!:ina. 11:55 Sandy Berkshire, niece ofj the "room, of Idaviile, will be : flower girl and Dean Berkshire, o: Logans-port, nephew of the groom, ring bearer. • I.rianci Patty. Royal Center, will scn-p his cousin as best man. Ushering will be Bill Finks, tf> I.ociansport; Darrell Berkshire, brother o: :he groom, of Logans-1 port; Leon McAninch, of Burnetts- 1 vine, cousin of the bride, and, Gera'd Berkshire, '-f Idaviile, also a orother o:' the sroom. CHAXTILLY LACE To be escorted lo !iie a'.tar ar.dj .liven in marriage by her father, the bride has selected for her wilding a gown designed and! n,p.do by her aunt. Mrs. Lon i V.'ost. The frock is of hand | clinped Chantilly lace and nylon' tuile topping white taffeta fash-1 iir.ed with a fitted bodice featur- in-,- a bateau neckline accented v::li seed pearls. The long! si,-eves taper to paints over her I>;:ru:.s. The pleated lace peplum hi.'hll'-jfits the fuli skirt which cas- cnscd to a c'iapol-leng:h train of I r.ylon tulle sprinkled with lacei medallions, oa;h centered with a Buy Here and Save K->. Anytime Furniture and IET SAVE At Low Cost OUR LOCATION YOU MONEY Open Daily 9 a.m. .o 9 p.m. McTaggart's Home Furnishing Co. 1315 High miniature seed pearl. Her full circular veil or pure silk illusion is scalloped with each scallop having a medalion of lace, also centered with a pearl. Her veil is attached to a tiara of lace outlined with the pearls. Her flowers will be white Amazon lilies and pink roses with streamers tied in lover's knots which she will carry on a white Bible. BLUE CRYSTALETTE The maid of honor will appear in a "dance" blue crystalette over taffeta frock designed along princess lines, with a matching jacket made with three-quarter length sleeves and a star.d-up collar. She will wear a blue picture hat' of nylon braid trimmed with satin .ribbon and carry a colonial bouquet of pink carnations. The bridesmaids will attend in rosewood pink dresses of crystal- lette over taffeta styled like that of the maid of honor. They will wear hats of pink and carry blue carnations. The mother of the bride has selected an aqua lace sfreath dress accented with pink acceS' sories while Mrs. Berkshire will attend in a navy dress accented with navy accessories. Both will wear pink camelia corsages. RECEPTION FOR 150 Following the ceremony, a reception will be held in the church basement for approximately 150 guests. A four tier wedding cake iced in white with pink and blue trim, surrounded by pink and blue carnations intertwined with huckleberry, will center tne serving table. The cake is topped with a wreath r>f '.ily of the vailey centered by a miniature bridal couple. Hostesess include Mrs. Lon West, Mr?. Kenneth McAninch, Miss Pat Terry, and Miss Becky Noland. .\fiss Connie Colter will register guests. For traveling the bride will change into a Brirtish tan imported wool sheath dress with black and wihte accessories and tiie corsage from hei bridal bouquet. Upon their return they will reside at route six, Logansport. Tlie bride is a graduate of Kokomo high school and attended Taylor University. She has been employed by the Sweet Book Store of Kokomo. The groom attended Burnetts viile high school and served with the U. S. Air Force. He is pres- en ly engaged in farming. -ourth Mothers Club Welcomes Two New Members At Meeting Two new members, Mrs. Carl Bcrgan and Mrs. Tad Wilkinson, were voted into the Fourth Mothers study club at the Friday evening meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Junk, route 1. Mrs. Lois Danely, president, conducted the session. Mrs. Robert Gifford introduced Mrs. Helen Hillis who toid of her trip to Europe and showed slides of Spain, France, Italy, Switzer- lard and Germany. Bunco was played with prizes going to Mrs. Dorothy Dial and Mrs. Mary Began. Refreshments were served at individual tables to the 32 members present. The committee in charge of gair.es was Mrs. Ann Van-Briggle, and Mrs. Rita LeJiman; refreshments, Mrs. Ruth Gifford, Mrs. Peggy Lamb, Mrs. Jean Wilson •and Mrs. Phyllis McCart. The next meeting will be Husband? Night on February 14th at ilie YWCA Anr.ex. Entertainment will be by children of members. Bride Of Robert Hargrove' Girl Scout News The Nominating Membership committee will meet at 9 o'clock Monday morning in the Scout office. Members of the committee are Mrs. Forrest Kniesley, Mrs. Ward Hamilton, Mrs. Harry P. Armington, and Mrs. Robert Laird. Mrs. Robert Schwartz is chairman. n # » Senior Troop 33 will meet-in the Scout headquarters Monday evening at 7 o'colck. Mrs. Mary Emmerd and Mrs, George Thomas, leaders, remind the Scouts to" bring the remainder of their nut money to balance the books for •the year. • • « * A Leaders Workshop will be conducted Thursday evening, beginning at 7:30 o'clock in the Scout rooms. A song fest will be featured under the supervision of Mvs. J. F. Burrows and Mrs. James Staller o. r Peru. A motion picture "Be A Leader," will be shown. This is the first Leaders Workshop of the year. They will be a mor.tb'.y event. Other training sessions will be listed and notices sent to leaders, assistant leaders, and interested persons. Mrs. Velma Hines, Curve Bar chairman, announces Mrs. Paul Elmore will assist with the Curve Bar program. Mrs. Elmore has been active with the council in former capacities. Any leaders having girls eligible for Curve Bar are requested to attend a meeting or have the girls do so. The date of the meeting will be announced in the near future. -*? * &*" f \ DR. O.LI FOOT AILMENTS Reg. Podiatrist foot Specialist Office: 314 North St. IOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wednesdays & Fridays 9 to 4 Accuracy Guaranteed Save the Difference Try Us . . and See NOW FEATURING OUR NEW REDUCING SALON nwiv PER1MANENTS ONLY with soft ringlets tAQS INCLUDES $4.7J SHAMPOO CUTTING STYLING CREAM No Appointment Necassary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 9 'TIL 6 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 Who's New Holds Friday Meeting Who's New club held a meeting Friday afternoon in the dining room and parlors of the YWCA with Mrs. Borr.er Hedlund, president, in charge. Mrs. Hedlund introduced guests prior to the secretary's report by Mrs. Jack GraKe and the treasurer's report by Mrs. Norman Harlman. Mrs. Elton Berry read a letter from Mrs. Richard Camblin thanking the club for the support given the YW program. Mrs. Richard Fawcett, sponsor of Who's New, announced that Mrs. Hedlund has become a member of the "Y" board of directors and also co-sponsors of the club. Mrs. Hedlund introduced Mrs. Joe Brubaker, program chairman, who announced a luncheon to be held January 24th at the Ben Hur | at 1 p.™. The luncheon will be i followed by cards for those in| terested in playing. There will also jbe a Valentines Dance February 1 14th. The program for the day featured Mrs. James Dawson's presentation of a film on England. She spoke on the difference in the lives of an American and an English housewife. Refreshments were served at tables decorated with candles and flowers by the hostesses, Mrs. Kay Stuart, Mrs. Margaret Farley and Mrs. Zida Helzner. Guests were Mesdames Francis Kelsey, Tony Johnson, Jessie Eager, Ann Nathan, Jane Whitney and Mary Bosh. OTHERS TO S2S DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhous* MRS ROBERT JEFFERSON HARGROVE, JR. was Miss Linda Lee Sprankle prior to the couple's marriage during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, December 29, at 3:30 o'ciock at the First Baptist church at Mt. Gilead, Ohio, with the bride's father officiating. The bride is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Sprankle, of Clarks Grove, Minnesota, ant! the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hargrove, 2309 Smead street, city. Reverend Sprankle was assisted at the rites by the Reverend Herschel Roper, pastor of the Mt. Gilead Baptist church. Twin seven branch candelabra trimmed with sprays of white mums banked the altar. White satin ribbons and ruckleberry marked the family pews. Miss Mildred Cutshaw, Georgetown, Kentucky, was soloist and among her selections were "Love Never Faileth" and "The Lord's Prayer." Organist was Miss Helen Baker. Attendants Miss Mary Spranide attended her sister as maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Ternita Lutes, Tal- mouth, Kentucky. Terry Hargrove, city, served his brother as best man, and grooms- ; man was Randy Fox, Louisville, Kentucky. Ushers included R. E. Bowling, Harlan, Kentucky, Ben Kennedy, Louisville, Robert Rozzi and Robert Wild, city. Roger Hargrove, brother of the bridegroom, was candlelighter. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a floor- length gown of white satin and rosepoint lace, designe-d with scoop neckline edged with net and appliques o£ roses centered with iridescents. The long lace sleeves tapered to bridal points over the hands. The bouffant skirt of tulle over satin featured inserts of lace and swept into a chapel-length train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was secured to a half cap of. pleated tulle and lily of the valley trimmed with satin and seec pearls. She carried a bouquet of lily of the valley centered with a white orchid and a heirloom handkerchief which belonged to her great grandmother. Her sterling silver cross, the only jewelry the bride wore, was a gift of the bridegroom. Red Taffeta The bride's attendants appearec in identical gowns and hats. The dresses were of cherry red taffeta with bouffant skirts of floor-length The modified basque style bodices were styled with pleated'shoulder drapes. The girls also wore shor white gloves ar.d carried bouquets of white carnations centered with red carnations. Their half hats o red velvet were trimmed with rhinestones. Their crystal neck laces were gifts of the bride. The mother of the bride select ed a wool sheath dress of peacock Classmates Honor Bonnie Bannister At Farewell Party A farewell party was given for Miss Bonnie Bannister Saturday afternoon at tho home of Tonya Regan, 1416 North St. Miss Bannister is leaving soon for the Philippines where her family will be stationed. The girls from the fifth grade at Longfellow School presented her with a gift, also an autograph album signed by all her classmates. Games were played and refreshments were served to the 23 guests. The committee in charge was Miss Janet Julian, Connie Drake, Charlotte Purceli, Janice Wilson and Tonya Regan. Other guests present were: Patty Moon, Valerie Peters. Carol Neth- ercult, Diane V.'hartly, Pamela Wilmyer, Doris Penny, Susan Stanley, Diane Swisher, Nancy Heiland, Mary Gerni, Beverly Titus, Brenca Ogle. Susan Win- qui.st, Sandra Langdon, Nicky Huff, Jane Myes, Mici;el!e Peters, Donna Handlish, Miss Agda Rafter and Mrs. Madden, teacher. Kenneth Hinkle And Bride YWCA Calendar Mrs. R. Meinzer, executive secretary of the YWCA, has an-j nounced the following schedule of j events. Monday, January 13 — YWCA board membership committee meeting, parlors, 1:30 p.m.; Riley 7th Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Sigma Phi Gamma, parlors, dining room, a p.m.; Railway Clerks, basement, 7 p.m.; Men's Duplicate bridge, annex, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, January 14—Riley 8fch Y-Teens, annex, 4 p.m.; Delta Chi Sigma, parlors, 7:30 p.m.; Variety blue with winter white accessor ies. The bridegroom's mother ^i°- D a^nex chose a navy blue chrome spun| \vednesday,' January 15-Men'.al taffeta witlMvlnte accessories. Both| HoaUh> par j orSi 7 -- M p . m .. Hi- annex, 7:30 p.m. wore corsages o£ red roses. A reception was held at the church parlors for 265 guests following the ceremony. The three tiered wedding cake was surrounded with murr.s and greenery. Presiding at the reception table were Mrs. D. A. Curl, Mary Jo Ansley, Nancy Rutherford and Mrs. Lowell Thomas, Assisting at the gift table were a Harriet Bowen and Mrs. R. E. Bowling, waitresses were Jane Lu Hegal and Jane Andrews and in charge of the guest book was Fran Sadler, For traveling the bride chose a pale blue wool jersey sheath dress with brown accessories and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The couple will reside at 71G B Hayes Drive, Georgetown, Kentucky. The bride attended Georgetown college and is a member of Sigma Kappa sorority. She was employed by the Red Owl Stores, Inc., at Albert Lea, Minnesota. The bridegroom is attending Georgetown college and is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. MR. AND MRS. KENNETH L. HINKLE are residing at 1119!4 East Broadway, city, following their marriage January 3 at the Indian Creek Christian church with the Reverend Rollin Hill official, ing at the double ring evening ceremony at 7 o'clock. The bride, the former Donnabelle Shaffer, is the daughter of James E. Swank, route 1, Lucerr.e, and the bridegroom is the son of Otto Hinkle, route 1, Twelve Mile. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Berkshire, 1302 High Street, attended the couple. The bride is a graduate of the Lucerne high school and her husband from the Metea high school. Both are employed at the RBM Manufacturing company. Pleasant Laugh Is Beauty, Too BY ALICIA HART NEA Beaulv Ediior walking. To this one excellent all- arour.d exercise, she can add another of her choice: swimming or tennis or skiing. The rewards? A trim, supple Thursday, January 16 —Mental; The mature woman wr.h an in-i body and gloiving health. These ane giggle is a contradiction. For'are enough in themselves but ex- one thing we do expect of a wo-.ercise does something else for a man in her forties is a pleasant : girl. It becomes fun in itself. What Culture carry-in supper, 6:30 p.m., dining room, kitchen; Hi-Tri II, annex, 7:30 p.m. Friday, January 17 — Keystone kind of dignity. Ladies, parlors, dining room,: The middle years bdng S(J mgny kitchen, 1:30 p.m.; National Far mero Union, annex, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 18 — Junior j high canteen, 7 till 9 p.m.; Young ; good things with them. Among the good things should be poise and charm, the kind of charm that eliminates school girl laughter. A Adults Canteen, 9 till 11:30 p.m. . shrill giggle or ° cackle shat j e ,: s our notion of charm and leaves us only with an impression of shrillness. For many mature women fail to understand that poise is truly a part of beauty. They've heard it | said many times, true, but some- YEAZEL^S SUNDAY SPECIAL MER-DEL'S SUPER FLAVOR Chocolate Marshmdlow Ripple t uG T 69c Strawberry ice Cream MER-DEL OQ_ 'A GAl. O7C June in January Favorite Rush your color film to us for developing Fast Service On All Photo Finishing HIGHEST QUALITY WORK, GUARANTEED INDIVIDUAL "DIRECT TO HOME" MAILERS AVAILABLE FANNIE MAY CANDIES -Exclusive Dealer OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. 513 East YE A TCI'C Money Orders Broadway I CAZiCL J At Any Time' Grace Lutheran Circles To Meet The circles of the U.L.C.W. of :he Grace Lutheran Church will :iold their individual circle meetings Monday, January 13 at the church. TJie topic to be used by the circles will be "The 50th anniversary of Lutheran woman's work". Time of the circle meetings and their chairmen are: Circle 1, 9:30 a. m., Mrs. William Scherer; circle 2, 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Byron Simpson; circle 3, 7:30 p. m., Miss Doris Wolf. All women o£ the church are urged to attend the meeting of their choice seems at first a grueling task becomes a habit and one that's fun. But it's easiest to form the habit well before you're out of your teens. Our overheated apartments, hotels and restaurants create a real skin-care problem for American women. Walking from an overheated house into a cold blast of outdoor wind can roughen and chap skin in a matter of seconds. And dry skin very quickly becomes skin that looks old. how they don't feel that the dcfini-l There's only one answer to this tion applies to them. They feel! particular beauty problem: con- ;irlish and uncertain and that's ihe way they behave. This is excusable, though not commendable, stant creaming. The cream you use should not be heavy or greasy but it should do the job. It should in a teen-ager but it is never ex- go on before you go to bed each cusable in a grown woman. night without fail. At the same time, cream your hands and your elbows thoroughly. For these are The best time for any teen-ager to learn the value of exercise is i while she's still :n her teens. For] skin areas that roughen quickly in : *' _ j i 11, _ i. . i. i iic .. .. it's then that she should form a habit that will last a lifetime. In addition to spot exercises to correct her particular figure problems, she should make a habit of effective. winter weather. The secret of this particular skin care program is that you must never miss a single day if it is to be Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Dar- 1 ling, of Rochester, have announced' the engagement of their daughter, Bernice Ann, to ET3 John R. Mrotck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mrotck, Loyal, Wisconsin. j Miss Darling is employed by the | Navy Department, Washington, | D.C. Her fiance is stationed withj the National Security Agency'near: Washington, D.C. i A spring wedding is being planned. PLAN NOW TO SEE THE A FIRST CLASS TOUR Your Motor Club Travel Bureau will again operate its special, all-expense, personally escorted rail tour to the Mardi Gras in colorful New Orleans next Spring. You leave Chicago on Saturday, Feb. 15, 1958, returning Saturday, Feb. 22, visiting old New Orleans during its most glamorous season ... see the Mardi Gras parade from reserved seats ... cruise on SS President in New Orleans Harbor ... visit the lovely Gulf Coast, including Bellingrath Gardens. Ratei from Chicago $263.00, plus tax. Start planning NOW to attend this exciting trip. Send for free, illustrated folders, and make your reservations early. Space is limited. - ~ Logansport Branch B;-,jjge and Accident Insurance Availablt CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB 226 South Third Street "lit Ike CJi/cosc. Motor Cfub bo your Travel Agent" Phone 5108 THE CARRIAGE BARN 217-llthSt. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to 5 daily, except Sat., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS Forrest J. 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