Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 4, 1977 · Page 7
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Ir lHato9.QcUtmri.wn Roberson-Robinson Married Jill Ann Robcrson and James H. Robinson exchanged marriage vows Sept. 10 during a double ring ceremony at the Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. Toby R'cndlcman officiated at the 2:30 p.m. service. Music was provided by Lee Stratton, soloist, and Kris Gllsmger, accompanist, and Sherry Price and Pat Boyd, guitarists-vocalists. Parents of the couple are Mr, and Mrs. Laurel Roberson, 227 Riverview St., and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Robinson Jr, 101-2-WiS* Margo Wells, sister of the bride. Fort Wayne, served as matron of honor. Cindy Netser served as maid of honor. Stephanie Litz, Twelve Mile, • was the guest registrar. • Don Robinson, Lake Tahoe. Nev., brother of the groom, performed the duties of best man. Tom McKinney was groomsman. Guests were seated by Curt Wells, brother-in-law of the bride, .Fort Wayne, and Lamar Gifford. ,Glven in marriage by her father, the bride chose a gown of candlelight dacron polyester organza styled with a high neckline, bishop sleeves and full chapel-length skirt, all trimmed in chantilly lace and pearls. Her illusion fingertip mantilla was outlined in chantilly lace. The bride carried a bouquet in bridal white and Ivory featuring phalaenopsis orchids, champagne stephanotis. yellow sweetheart roses and dried baby's breath. Her attendants wore sleeveless, empire gowns of- apricot Qtana jersey designed with high collars and sunburst designs at the waists, and Hearing Clinic Set A free hearing screening clinic will be conducted Thursday and Friday for • persons age 60 and older." The Thursday clinic will be conducted al the Third Street United Methodist Churcji senior citizens meal site. The Friday clinic will be at the Calvary Presbyterian Church senior citizens meal site;, Both screenings will bo conducted from l()::iO a.m. until' 2 p.m. by Linda J. Murphy, a , clincialaudiologi.st." _' ' ' Training-Course To Be Conducted A training course tor- American Red Cross hospital volunteers is being planned, : The course; whicfi is 'for hospital volunteers who will* work at Memorial Hospital. • Camelot Care Center, Inc.. and Chase Center will be offered in the near future at the Cass County chapter house. Inlerested'persons should call the red Cross office for further information and to register for the training session: headpiece of abbey roses and. dried baby's breath. A reception was hosted for 200 guests at the Logansport Country Club. Music was provided by "Mixed Company". Tracey Tocco, cousin of the bride, and Kelly Gibson were in , , matching lettuce leaf-edged charge of rice bags, capes. Each carried three • A rehearsal dinner was abbey roses and dried baby's hosted by the groom at Zoubul's breath and wore a matching Oasis. Mrs. Robinson was graduated from/Logansport High School, Wright Beauty College and Hair Surgeon's School, Cincinnati, Ohio. She is employed at Marilyn's Beauty Salon. • ; Her husband was graduated from LHS and is employed with ConRail. Following a two-week wedding trip to the western states, the couple is at home at 810 Sherman St. (Nora'si Flora Couple Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs.' Chalmer Albaugh, Flora, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. :• An open house is planned from2to5p.m. atthcirhome. Albaugh and the former Nellie Boone were married Oct. 4, l927.inKankakee.III. They are the parents of three children, Robert. Kokomo: and Jerry and Peg Clark, both of Flora, .All friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house. inSQ^nnnT pqoQ-%'irrni ymw JJ93Q3U Lubfliiufun i- bhou- uuunU^J^M^n4Jifem. to*-? Becker-Corn Wed In Double Ring Rites Donna Elaine Becker and Given in marriage by her Timothy Ray Corn were father, Jhe bride wore a white married Sept. 4 during a double . gown designed with an overlay ring ceremony at the Metea Baptist Church. The .Rev. Dan Vitiloe officiated at the2:.Wp.m. service. Music was' provided by John >.. Martin, soloist: Julee Slusser. organist: and Sherry! Rader- slorf, pianist. Parents of the couple arc Mr. . and Mrs. Charles Becker. Ri. 1. Lucerne, -"and ..Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Corn, Rt. 5. Diane Zj m p I e m a n . Rochester, served as her sister's • honor attendant. Bridesmaids were Darla .Becker,'sister of the brije. Lucerne; Suann.Creek, Mexico;' Cindy Rentschler. Macy; and • •Tonya-Gundrum: Logansporl. Katrina Shidler, Rochester, and Steven Sutton, Fulton, were flower girl "and ring bearer respectively. Glen Hall; Peru, performed the . duties of best man, Groomsmen were Brad Wilson, Mark Guy, Jeff Thieke and Mike Ensfield. all of Logansport. Guests were seated by Mike Hill. Mishawaka:' Mike Bell, Lucerne; Tim Horn, Rochester: Bill Shepler, Logansport.- of nylon trimmed in chanlilly lace and sequins. Her floor-length veil was secured to a picture hat trimmed in lace. •She carried a summer bouquet of flowers and a handkerchief belonging to her grandmother, Mary Horn; Her attendants wore gowns of peach, mint green, lavender, pink and yellow -with picture hats to match their dresses. Each carried a summer bouquet to match her dress. A reception was hosted tor 275 guests in the church basement. Hostesses were Beverly .Gundrum, Logansport; Beverly Warren, Indianapolis; Shirley Hill. Mishawaka: and Janet Horn, Rochester. A rehearsal dinner was .hosted at The Siding, Peru. A graduate of Caston High School and Wright Beauty College, Mrs. Corn is employed at the Townhouse Beauty Salon. A graduate of Lewis Cass High School, her husband is employed at Kent Feed and is engaged in farming. Following a short wedding trip, the couple is at home at Rt. 5. iBurgmanStudio) JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Truly Youthful Woman Simply Forgets Her Age Fashionettes Busy Women And Household Chores NEW YORK (UPI) - One way for, the working wife and mother to ease her day is to let household chores RO undone. ' ' In a wide survey to find how •' • working women coped," Woman's Day magazine asked one question: "What chores do you never do?" Ninety-eight per cent didn't pick up in the children'.s,r.ooms. Sixty-nine per. cent 4 skipped spring cleaning Thirty-four per cent didn't iron; the advent of permanent-press had lessened that chore. One working mother from Eugene,, Ore., boasted she didn't even •own • an iron.i Bed-making?; Thirty-four percent said'they didn't bother with the job dally. Well worth it For dry skin, try rubbing baby oil all over after a shower, jthen doing your sit- ups or bend-overs, The workout will help the oil sink in. 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