Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 26, 1958 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 26, 1958
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PAGE FOtniTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, tOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY W. »B* Summer Brides-elect SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS D atricio Helvie Honored At Bridal Shower Recently A wedding shower honoring Patricia Helvie, was held recently at the Onward Grange hall. Pink and blue colors prevailed. Games were played with prizes jeing awarded to Virginia Reute- juch and Dickie Grant. Guests included: Mesdames Eilten Moore, Carrie Moore, Edwin Crump, Harold Austin, Robert Winterrowd, Bessie Winterrowd, Nilc-Achey, Wm. Zigler, Gilbert Shope, Mel Swartz, Sam Smii.h. Gordon Little, Lyman Zell, Dorris Wisler, Virgil Greasor, Virgil Vore, George Jabert, Roy Moss, Walter Reutebuch, Ronald Frantz, Herbert Grant, Robert Schlegelmilch, Donald Helvie, Raymond Helvie, Norman Little, Russell Pi ice, Hobert Lowry, James Bryant, Raymond Reed, Carl Wilson, Harry Wilson, Lowell Wilson, Herman Gray, Bertis Bechdol and Walter Dewey. Also, Misses Mary Wagner and Carol Scott. Hostesses were Ruth Carney, Betty Carney and Juanita Johnson. And Robert C. Beck Wed Announcements (Pohlman Photo) Mr. and Mrs. Carl Champ, R.R. 5, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nola Jean, to Ray Boston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noel E. Boston, 2569 Mississippi Blvd., Memphis, Tennessee. Miss Champ is a graduate of the Metea high school, and is employed in the office of the Cass county Farm Bureau Co-op. Her fiance, a graduate of the White Haven high school in Memphis, served two years in the armed forces and is employed by the [Uinois Central Railroad. A summer wedding is planned. GEORGE A. MOVER"AND B'RIDE TO RESIDE IN. HEIDELBERG, GERMANY The University Lutheran Church, Seattle, Washington, was the scene of the marriage of Miss Janis Eleanor Styve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Styve, Seattle, and George A. Moyer,. son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Everett Moyer, Grass Creek. Rev. Edward Hummon read the January 19th ceremony at 3 p.m. before the altar enhanced with' arrangements of white' mums. • For her wedding the .bride appeared in a ballerina-length white lace dress. She wore a Juliet cap sprinkled with pearls which secured a shoulder-length veil adorned with pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. Barbara Jo Styve attended the bride as maid o£ honor in a deep pink ballerina-length taffeta frock Conn Party Shoppe National Wedding Consultant WEDDING INVITATIONS NAPKINS. ACCESSORIES RECEPTION CATERING SERVICE and wore a matching headband with a petite veil. She carried deep pink and white mums. Ronald Wooldridge of Seattle attended the groom as best man. Ushering were Robert Zaterain and Jerry Pelton, both of Seattle. The couple will reside in Heidelberg, Germ-any. For traveling the bride changed into a brown and white tweed suit with beige and white accessories. The. bride attended the University of Washington and is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Her husband, a graduate of Grass Creek High school, is serving with the U.S. Army. Carol Elaine Rodkey And Larry Lytle Wed During a ceremony January 21, at 6:30 p.m. in the Burlington Christian church, Rev. Leroy Wright read the double ring service which united in marriage Vliss Carol Elaine Rodkey and jarry Louis Lytle. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodkey, and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lytle, all of Bur- Ington. The candlelight ceremony was .•ead before the alter tanked with white carnations and white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Earl Bailer provided bridal airs during the ceremony. Miss Barbara Barnes, Burlington, attended the bride as maid of honor. Max Ehrman, of Burington, was best marc. Escorted to the alter, and given .n marriage by her father, the mde appeared in a pink brocaded satin gown, which she complimented with white carnations. The maid of honor was gowned in a gray taffeta frock with a jink cummerbund and her flowers were white carnations. The couple will reside with the bride's parents. PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Edward Curley, Terre Haute, are the parents of a 7 pound 12 ounce son, born January 23 at St. Anthony hospital in Terre Haute. Mrs. Curly is the former Donna Lumbirt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Lumbirt, street. DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse 603 Twelfth FEBRUARY 14TH A heart shaped box of candy (Whitman's or Stover's) For Her Valentine TIMBERLAKE'S Elaine Warner Engaged During a double ring ceremony Saturday at 11:00 a.m. in the SI. Vincent Catholic church, Logans- Elmer Venzke, the bride chose for her wedding an ankle-length gown of white Chantilly lace over port, Miss Delores Joella Buettner i satin with a bouffant skirt of nylon Who's New Club Attend Luncheon Forty members of the Who's New New Club and guests, attended a luncheon at Ben-Hur Restaurant Friday afternoon. A short business meeting was held after which the president, Mrs. Verner Hedlund introduced Mrs! Jeanette Meinzer, executive secretary of the YWCA, who was a special guest. Mrs. Meinzer introduced Mrs. Richard Fawcett who announced "Ladies Day Out," which will be at .the YWCA Tuesday, and anyone interested should phone the YWCA. Mrs. Joe Brubaker, program chairman, announced a Valentine Dance to be held on February 13. | DR.O.L.BRAUN POOT AfLMENTS R«8. Podiatrist , . Foot Specialist OKic«: 314 North St. f~ IOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 ' V Wtdnwdayi fc Fridayi 9 to 4 / ™ / and Robert C. Beck exchanged wedding vows, with Father Edward Matuszak officiating. The bride is the .daughter of Mrs. Florence Buettaer, Young America, and the groom is <ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Beck, also of Young America. The couple repeated their vows before the altar enhanced with "baskets of white snapdragons tied with pastel pink bows. Bridal airs provided by Miss Betty Minneman, organist, during the ceremony were "Pilgrim Song," "Contjque Nuptials", and "Prayer of Noire Dame." Mrs. Warren (Men, Galveston, attended the bride as matron ot honor while Miss Karen Sue Buettner, sister of the bride, and Miss Peggy Ann Hunter, Walton, served as bridesmaids. Richard Lee Beck attended his cousin as best man. Ushering were 3aniel R. Beck, brother of the by Burtfman For Every Loved One ... The Gift That Only You Can Give! Whether it's your sweetheart or your mother . . . whether it's for someone nearby or far from you ... an eloquent expression of your love^ is a portrait of you! Mrs. William Kepes, council sec- etary, has announced the follow- ng schedule: The annual council meeting of the Girl Scout as- ociation will be Tuesday in the cout office beginning at 7:30 p.mj. Ml registered adults are members f the council, and are urged to ttend this meeting when the .ear's activities are outlined. In his way, everyone has a voice in area expansion. Mrs. William Killion,. Rabess* BURG MAN' Studio ON BROADWAY IN IOCANSPORT 509 Broadway Phone 4678 :ulle which cascaded from a V waistline. The bodice featured a Queen Ann i collar and long sleeves which' 'ormed traditional bridal points over her bands. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was caught to a hall- crown of pearls and sequins edged with lace. She carried pink rosebuds and greenery tied with white satin ribbon in lovers knot's on a white Missal, which was a gift from the groom, and a Eosary of foer mother's. ICE BLUE TAFFETA The matron of . honor and bridesmaids were gowned identically in ice blue taffeta street-length dresses-with full skirts featuring short sleeves and wide cummerbunds. They carried nosegays of pink carnations and greenery, with streamers of white satin ribbon and net. Their head-pieces were small picture hats of ice blue satin adorned with bows. Each MONDAY LS to the B.L.F. and E. wil hold a regular business meetin at 7:30 p.m. Monday, in the Ode fellows hall. Mrs. Betty Turnpaugh and Mrs Florence Garr will be in charge o entertainment and refreshments. * * St DAV auxiliary will meet in th club room Monday at 8:00 p. m * * * TUESDAY The Calvary Presbyterian Cou pie's club will meet Tuesday a 7:30 p.m. in the church. All couples from the Presbytei ian churches in Cass county ar invited to attend. A fiim, "Our New Life," will b shown and new officers will be introduced. Eefreshments will be in charge of Mrs. Wilbur Frushour. * * * Helmet Temple No. 230 Pythian Sisters of Young America will meet in the club hall on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The Bridge City lodge No. 254 L.A. to B. of R.T. will have a regu* lar business meeting Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. in the IOOF ball. * * « The Tri-L Home Demonstration club will meet January 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Don Winn. „ „ ,,***,„ . Mr. and Mrs. George C. Warner, oC Culver, announce the «n- The Daughters of Isabella, Lo- gagement ot lheir daughter, Elaine, to Stanley Handschu of R. R. 2, gansport Circle No. 130, will hold ^ , Cenler son o£ Mr> and Mrs Wayne Handschu. a social meeting Tuesday evening, Mj W ar'nor graduated from Culver High School and attended January 28. Mrs. Sarah Jane " - - -.._. Kitchell and her circle are in charge of entertainment and refreshments. « * * The Liveware class of the Bethel Methodist church will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home ofl Mr. and Mrs. George Delaplane. * * * The Pythian sisters, Diana Temple, 30 will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the K.P. Hall. A regular meeting will be held Taylor University at Upland. She is employed at the Slate Exchange Bank in Culver. Mr. Handschu graduated from Star City high school and if employed at Shank's Clothing Store at Winamac. A spring wedding is being planned. room, and Leo Record, Galveston. i-wore a pearl bracelet, gift of the Jimmy Lee Buettner, brother of lie bride, served as ring bearer. CHANTILLY LACE bride. The mother of the bride selected a black crepe sheath dress with Girl Scout News Given in marriage by her cousin,,black and white accessories for her daughter's wedding. A corsage of pink and white carnations complemented her costume. The groom's mother appeared :n a black velvet and dacron frock inter-woven with silver threads, and black accessories. Her corsage was ot pink and white carnations. RECEPTION FOR 150 Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the YWCA annex, with approximately 150 guests attending. 'The serving table, covered with a blue cloth topped with silver r.et, was cen- and all members are urged to at* « * WEDNESDAY The Royal Neighbors of America will hold a "March of Dimes Coffee" at the home of Mrs. Julia Munson, recorder,' Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. A business meeting and election of officers will be held. All Royal Neighbors of Logansport, and vicinity are invited to attend. * * * The Holy Rosary Study club ol St. Vincent church will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Fred Pursch. ' * * * Mary Martha Guild of St. James Lutheran Church will convene at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday, January 29, in the Parish Hall lounge. Mrs. Alex Butch will present the topic, "A Review of Bible Facts." Mrs. William Kraut and Mirs. Leland L. Smith will serve as hostesses. * » • The .Friendly Circle class of Hie Baptist Temple will have a dinner meeting Wednesday, January 29flh at 6! 30 p.m. In the lower auditorium. Tho new members of the class will be honored. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Meat and rolls will be furnished. A short business meeting will 'be The the By this time you know that jrushing is good for the hair. However, the vigor of your strokes will vary, depending on whether you have dry hah- and scalp or ;end toward the oily side. Ease up on brushing vigor if your scalp is oily, because brushing will stimulate the oil glands even more. rt * * Best results with a fabric soft- ener depend on when it is added to the water. Add a softener to the final clear water after all traces of suds are rinsed away, * * * When storing fabrics that moths especially like, it pays to be doubly cautious. First wash closets and drawers inside. Then follow this with a moth spray before putting garments away. he planning of the organization.! )fficers and chairmen will be laced. Membership pins of five, en, fifteen, and twenty years will be awarded and an -annual epori will be given. A new name will be voted cm for the council's council president, states that Miss Shirley lutchinson, community advisor for his district, will be here from Ihe national office, January 28 through January 31, Miss Hutchinson will live board training to all neigh- .jorhood chairmen. committeemen, committee members, and any others who are serving on he board, Thursday, January 30, will be board training from 9:0011:00 a.m. and from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Friday 9:00-11:00 a.m. will be raining for neighborhood chair- Tien, These sessions are not irruteci to members of the. Girl scout association. Any adult invested in Girl Scouting, and would like to learn about the workings of the board, are invited to attend. tered with a three tier wedding cake highlighted with the traditional bridal couple beneath a wedding bell. Crystal candelabra holding blue iapers, sprinkled with sparkle dust, flanked the ;iered cake. Hostesses included Mrs. Richard Cohee, Miss Lois Swomerland, Miss Marilyn Johns, Miss Janet Wilson, Miss Sally Krise and Mrs. Richard Crosier. For her wedding trip, t'he bride changed to a black taffeta dress featuring a V neckline and three- quarter length sleeves. The bride, a graduate of Young America high scJiool, is employ*** at the Cass county ASC office. She is a member of 4-H Yankee Maidens. Ike groom, a graduate of Young America high school and of Kokomo business college, -is employed in the office of Meadow Bloom Dairy, Kokomo. held following the dinner, committee in charge is teachers and all class officers. * * * THURSDAY The Golden Chain Circle, King's Daughter's, will meet Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Estes Leslie, 912 N. Sixth street. Please note change of meeting place. • Members are asked to bring needles and thimbles. National and state dues are due. MONDAY and TUESDAY Our Big January DRESS SALE Values to $22.95 All Soles Final Self Service on this Item. What you eat invariably affects your general appearance. For line) lustrous hair, add fresh vegetables, fresh fruit and sea food to the, regular diet. These foods are rich in minerals and iodine, good for hair health. * * * Blowing on wet nail polish Is a waste of wind. The quickest way to set nail polish is to run cold water over your fingernails after applying it. Senior troop 33 will meet in the scout office Monday at 7:00 p.m. The scouts are to bring a new name for the council, their registta- tion fee for 1958, and the remainder of their "nut" money. Patrol leaders will be elected. Mrs. Mary Emwierd and Mrs. George Thomas are senior leaders. Paul D. Huddleston, camp chairman, and the camp committee have set the dates for Brownie and Intermediate day camp, and have established camp at Buffalo. A -.camp for handicapped children will also be conducted in conjunction with the Case County Crippled Children's Society. 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