Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 3, 1977 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, October 3, 1977
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.October 3,1*77 Jamison-Scott Pledge Vows The Ninth Street Christian featured a round neckline with Church was the selling of the .long lace sleeves tapering to Sept. 10 candlelight wedding of points, The raised waistline was accented with pearls and the skirt featured a lace over satin Vicky Anne Jamison and Dana Lynn Scott. P'fpnp liQSfp ThePharo»-Tfloan«,Loa»ni t,tod.-7 Choices Stbp 'Blame Game' Dr. Sam Young officiated at the 7 p.m. double ring ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs. M.L. McCloskey, • soloist, and Mrs. Jerry Spencer, organist. Parents of Uie couple are Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Jamison, 2206 Westgale Drive, and Mr. and. Mrs. Carl J. Scott. Rt. 5. , Cathy Bower, Tinley Park, III., served as her sister's honor attendant. Bridesmaids' were Diane Erickson. and Jill Scott and Julie Scott, sisters of the groom. MeHssa Orr and David Orr, both of Fort Wayne, served as flower girl and ring bearer, Respectively. Kevin Scott, brother of the groom, performed the duties of ' best man. Groomsmen were Mark Jamison, brother of the bride; Gary Scott, cousin of the groom; and Mike Morrow. Guests were seated by Mike Bower, brother-in-law of the bride. Tinley Park. 111.; Ray Staller, brother-in-law of the groom; Brad Scott, cousin of the groom; and Kevin Dillman. Given in . marriage by her front panel The bride's fingertip veil was secured to a headpiece of lace petals and pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white and apricot roses. Her attendants wore identical dresses , featuring apricot bodices and apricot floral skirts. Each wore an apricot shoulder-length veil attached to an apricot bow and carried a parasol with apricot roses and fall foliage, A reception was hosted in the fellowship halls of the church for 300 guests; Hostesses were Pattj Ross, Carmella Ricci, Lisa Hunter and Joellc Hendrickson. . Donna Gulp, New Waverly, , and Rita Koske, Star City, were in charge of the gift table. Cyrena Staller. .sister of the ,groom. and Cindy Scott, sister-/ in-law of the groom, were guest registrars, A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents at Zoubul's Oasis. Mrs. Scott is a 1977 graduate of Logansport High School. Her husband is a 1976 graduate of Caston High School and is Awards Presented father, the bride wore a gown of engaged in farming. white bridal satin and lace Following a wedding trip to designed and made by Mrs. •••-•• Ralph Jones, grandmother. The bodice was lace over satin and Naples. Fla., the couple resides at Rt, 5, Box 208, (Harrington Studio). The Logan Lads and Lassies annual awards banquet was hosted recently at the American Legion Post No. (io home featuring a carry-in dinner. Lee Hayden, a former Corps member, presented vocal selections, accompanied by Alice Murray, pianist. New officers . elected were Jane Linback. president: Ken Gifford. vice-president; Carole Knapp. treasurer: and Sharon Pigg, secretary. It was announced that the. local Corps has won four first place trophies and one third place trophy for marching in parades during the past year. Awards were presented by Ardith Huge and Pam Roller, twirling instructors, and Duanc Huge, drum instructor, assisted by Gene Kaufman, commander of the Legion Post No, 60. and Frank Hayden, liaison officer. Special award trophies were presented to Rhonda Copenhaver, Junior Corps; Kim Knapp. Senior corps; and Kyle Flowers, Drum Corps, for overall exceptional Corps membership. Susie Knapp and Rhonda Copenhaver received five-year trophies; Rlieta Schoenradt and Lance Hayden. eight-year trophies: Chcrie Vore,; nine- year trophic; Karen Linback, ten : year trophy; and Tonya Hayden. eleven-year trophy. Trophies were also presented to Karen Linback arid Rheta Schoenradt. senior corps leaders; and Janet Meacham. alternate leader; Jennifer Huge and Candie Nogle. tiny tot leaders; and Kim Corcoran, alternate leader: and Denise Flowers and Annette Sizemore. junior corps specialty leaders. Lance Hayden. drum leader and .Tonya Hayden, feature twirler. were also awarded trophies. e's Peopl Perspective Council Plans Achievement Day The Cass County EH Council met recently at the Market Street United Methodist Church to plan Achievement Day. To be Wednesday, Achievement Day will begin with registration and open house at l:30 p.m. In the past, Achievement Day began in the morning; this year the event at the 4-H Community Center will begin in the afternoon and continue until 8:30 p.m. The afternoon program will feature Mrs. Don Martin, Tipton, who will present "The Many Lives of Scarves." For the evening program, Richard Voorhees will give a talk on Cole Porter. Plans were also made for the Flower Show, to be conducted Oct. 23 at the Lincoln Middle School from' 2 to 4 p.m. This program is sponsored by Tri Kappa and the Extension Homemakers. • . Santa's workshop will be conducted Oct. 26 from 1 to 6 p.m. at the 4-H Community Center, It was announced. Can County Cancer Patient* . " ' • The Cass County Chapter of the American Cancer Society met at Memorial Hospital recently. Betty Kitchell reported that Cass County will have three hospital beds, three over-the-bed tables and one wheelchair available to cancer patients. Tom Gundrum will store this equipment. A film on the history of the formation of the American Cancer Society was shown by Ruth Ann Yacho. It was decided to meet on the fourth Thursday ol every month. Don Shelhart is the vice chairman. New board members for the coming year are Fran Davis, Renda Garner, Sue Smith, Judy beth Smith, Gundrum and Evelyn Heckard. . The next meeting will be Oct. 27 at Memorial Hospital. HWory Of Onward Presented The Walton Literary Club conducted its first fall meeting at the home of Fern Kaufman recently. Irene Garber was the assistant hostess. Ruth Widner presented a lesson on the history of the town of s Onward from its beginning through the present. The next meeting will be at the home of Gertrude Davis Oct. 18. Achievement trophies went to Kim Corcoran! Angie Gifford. Jennifer Huge, Candie Nogle. Tammy. Gibbs. Marcta Pal- lengale. Lynn Dunkin. Elizabeth' Acton. Regina Linback. Rhonda Copenhaver. Denise Flowers. Cathy Zinsmaster, Kim Knapp. Joann Haynes, Tonya Hayden, Karen Linback, Rheta Schoenradt; Cherie Vore, Susie Knapp, Mary Peterson, Lance Hayden.. Mick Schoenradt. Jerry Gibbs. Randy Copenhaver, ' Kenny Gifford. Jimmy Marlalt, Michael Haynes, John Knapp, John McMahan and Kyle Flowers. Achievement certificates were given to Wanda Brown, Marly Copenhaver. Kelly Marlatt. Tracey Rechkemmer, Crystal Galloway, Laura Christen, Laurie DeWitt. Annette Sizemore and Melissa Kline. Perfect parade and performance trophies went to Marty. Copenhaver,.. Kelly : Marlatt,' Kim Corcoran. Tammy Gibbs, Angie Gifford, Jennifer Huge. Candie Nogle, Marcia .Pattengale, Tracey Rechkemmer. Elizabeth Acton, Rhonda Copenhaver, .Laura DeWitt, Joann Haynes, Melissa . Kline, Susie Knapp, 'Cathy. Zinsmaster, Rheta Schoenradi, Jerry Gibbs. Kenny -Gifford, Lance Hayden. Mike Haynes, John Knapp and Jitfimy Marlatt. Special awards for solo work were presented to Tonya Hayden, Karen Linback, Cherie Vore, Regina Linback. Candie Nogle and Jennifer Huge.' • By KAREN BLAKER, Ph.D. DEAR DR. BLAKER - My wife jnst found out about an affair I've been having for a couple of year*, aad toe is furious. She it,ready for a divorce, and she jnit can't forgive me. She can't understand thai she had so much to do with It. The problems we had were largely her fault. Bat the refuses to be responsible for my affair. How can I get her to see that it was largely her fault? DEAR READER - You must take responsibility for vour own actions. If you had an affair to escape from even the most horrendous marital relationship, you must realize that you chose that option from others available at that time. . Some of the other options that you might have chosen. . like marital counseling, would have probably addressed the problems within your marriage more directly and therefore, might have Had a more positive outcome. No. your wife is not to blame for your affair. : In fact, your urgency to blame your wife for all the problems in your marriage indicates that you might have a strong need to always feel you are in the right. If you found fulfillment in your affair as your marriage continued to deteriorate, why didn't you negotiate a trial separation from your wife? Instead, it sounds like you might have let the secret slip "accidentally.'" thus provoking a blow-up and her request for a divorce. By blaming the affair oh her you could end the marriage but make it look like she was the one who wanted out. Many people are over- invested in making their marriage work. Even if it is an unsatisfying relationship for both partners 'they may feel as though staying in the marriage is proof of a successful like, whereas divorce equals failure. If you want to end your marriage, take responsibility for your feelings and end it. If you are unsure about such a drastic action, seek some professional help. It could be that a neurotic element of your marriage has been your need to inflate your self-esteem by blaming all the problems on your wife. This doesn't mean that the problems are all your "fault" either. She of course participated in this interaction by allowing the blaming to occur. That might be evidence of her low self-esteem. Smooth Away Wrinkles In Minutes Introducing Secret Miracle Temporary Wfrinlde Smoother Why nof'invest » little time today and look years younger tonight? Now there's ,in exciting new cosmetic-thai c.in temporarily sniooth aw.iy ' wrinkles for up to 8 hours, h's coiled Sccret'Mirade. And its unique blend ol'be.uiiy ingredients works iviihin minutes of application to smooth over wrinkles. Crow's leel, ,incl umk-r-eye pufiiness. New Secret Miracle will keep your skin looking practically line(>«.' most ol'the dny or nijjht. And will keep your friends guessing why you suddenly look so much better. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dillon, left and center, co-chairmen of the Cass County Heart Fund campaign,-are presented the "pacesetter" award at the American Heart Association's Indiana Affiliate state meeting in Indianapolis. The award, recognizing: the county as a top fund raiser, is presented byC R. Willsey, state fund raising chairman. Rationing To Come CPR Class Scheduled Wednesday, Thursday The American Heart Association will offer a car- diopnlmonary (heart-lung) resuscitation class Wednesday and Thursday. The class will be at the Memorial Hospital Conference room from 7 to 9 p.m. The only requirement for the class is that the participant attend both sessions to be eligible for certification. Those interested should meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Four Complete First Aid Class A Red Cross multimedia system standard first aid course was instructed recently at the Logansport Stale Hospital. Receiving certificates upon completion of the course, which was taught by James D Campbell, were Victoria L Bender, Diana L. Clark, Michael T. Reeves and Melissa Bishop. Classes such as this one are offered periodically by the Red Crow. Anyone interested In participating should call the Red Cross office for further information. conference hospital. The class public. room at the is open to the Sen. Lowell Weicker (R- Conn.) was outspoken and indignant when he participated in the Senate Watergate Committee hearings. Now he has a new arena — energy — and he minces no words in his conviction that gas rationing is the only solution to the crisis. Says Weicker:' "It's going to come. There's no doubt about .it-" But Weicker is in a minority in the Senate. His proposal to outlaw the use of every , private car in the country one day per week was. defeated 83 to 7. Also defeated: a plan to close all retail service stations from 6 p.m. on Saturdays to 5 a.m. on Mondays. And a bid to allocate S100 million a year for three years . to give fuel stamps to the poor. Weicker knew his proposals would be shot down. "But you've got to get out front and start talking about it." he claims. • SHOP—Toe*.-Sat. 9:30-5:00 Friday 9:30-8:00 409-415 E. BROADWAY—SECOND FLOOR ONE DAY SPECIAL TUESDAY ONLY VELVET SHORTENING 42 OZ. CAN Announcements In place of a meeting, the Deer Creek EH Club No. Twill, as a group, attend the Cass County Extension Homemaker's Achievement Day at the 4-H Community Center. 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