Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 10, 1977 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, October 10, 1977
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^«c Candlelight Ceremony Unites Foley-Grable Cozetta Foley and .Mike Grablc were married Sept. 2-i during a 7:30 p.m. candlelight ceremony at the Kulion Baptist Temple. The Rev. Raymond Skelton officiated at the double ring i service. Music was provided by Diana Mohler. soloist, and Rosemary- Scales, organist. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baird. Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grable, Rt. 1, Twelve Mile. Bonnie Morrow, sister of the groom, Rochester, served as honor attendant, Janet Holcomb. Rt. i. Lucerne, served as bridesmaid. Bruce Cress, Rt. J, Twelve Mile, performed the duties of best man. Kenneth Holcomb, Rt. t, Lucerne, was a groomsman. Guests were seated by Brad Tarn and Alan Morrow, both of Rochester. t The bride wore an ivory organza over taffeta gown designed with an empire bodice, styled with venise lace, which featured a V-nccklinc. The A-line gown was fashioned with full bishop sleeves and an attached chapel train. The bride's fingertip mantilla was edged with venise lace and attached to a lace cap. She • carried a cascade of Johana Hill roses, blue daisy mums, miniature carnations, baby's breath and ivory. Her attendants wore blue crepe gowns styled with empire waists and butterfly sleeves. Each attendant carried light blue daisy mums, peach star flowers and baby's breath. A reception was hosted for approximately 175 guests in the church basement. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents at Guide's Restaurant, Rochester. Mrs' Grable was graduated from Caston High School and is employed at Gangloff and Downham Trucking Co., Inc. Her husband was graduated from CHS and is employed al Norwalk Vault Co. Following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and New York. the couple is at home at Rt. 1, Twelve Mile. Story Hours To Resume Wednesday The fall series of the liny tots slory hours, which are conducted ;it the Logansporl-Cass County Public Library, will begin Wednesday. Area children- from ages three to five are fnvited to attend (he i.-:jo p.m. programs which will be conducted in the Children's Department on the street floor. While the slory hour is in session, the mothers and any other interested persons' may attend' a film series about parenthood, "Look at Me." in the Music Room of the Library. "Look at Me," which was produced through a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health, shows parents and children having fun together while emphasizing the basic concepts of self-image, language, learning to think. math and science. The films last for 30 minutes. The first segment . "Child/Parent Relationships." involved infant stimulation, supermarket and shoestore scenes, grandmother/child relationships, home math ac- tivites, story-time and puppetry, helping a working mom with cooking, and self-help ideas. Anyone desiring further information is asked to contact Patricia Moore or Rozclla Keycs in the Children's Department of the library. Swayze-Sickler Exchange Vows The Pharos-Tribune, Logansporl, Ind.—S Choices Perfect Harmony By KAREN BLAKER, Ph. D. DEAR DR. BLAKER - I think 1 am ruining my life by trying to be perfect. I can't stand to fail so I don't try I anything that I can't do well. I I have been in therapy for I several years and was making I good progress until last month I when I began noticing that my I therapist wasn't remember- I ing important things I had I said. Should I trust her? I Maybe I didn'( choose the I perfect therapist for me. I DEAR READER — Maybe I your need to have a perfect I therapist surfaced so quickly J (assuming your therapist I didn't develop a severe J memory impairment over- Inight), because you had (started talking about (something painful. It sounds I as if you "used" your preoc- Icupation with perfection to I put distance between yourself land your therapist. I If you really cannot trust (anyone who is not perfect. I why write to me and perhaps (accept my view of your I situation? You don't know me. I On what basis did you decide I I could be trusted? I Is it possible that your (desire to be "perfect" and I wanting others to be perfect (could be camouflaging (another and perhaps more (basic problem? It would be a (worthwhile exercise for you to look back at those relationships or projects you began and then dropped because you (or others) failed to live up to some particular yardstick of perfection. What else was happening at about the same time that might have touched off your anxieties about such imperfections? Were you getting a little closer to someone else, or enjoying some project? Maybe you are trying to avoid success. Because no human being'is perfect, a commitment to perfection is-a sure-fire path to failure. To demand perfee tion is to be self-destructive This might be something to talk about when you go back t see that very human therapis of yours. P.S. Even for those not obsessed by such an ex treme drive 'for perfection i is a good idea to make a regular practice of trying something that you know you cannot do well. .Do it just to personally acknowledge thai success and pleasure need not always be synonymous. Write to Dr. Blaker in care of this newspaper, P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York, NY 10019. Due to volume of mail she cannot reply personally, but questions of general interest will be discussed in future columns. Lori Ann Swayzc and John Robert Sickler were married Sept. 3 during a 1:30 p.m. ceremony al the Monticello United Methodist Church. The Rev. Edwin Helm officiated at the double ring service. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs, Richard Swayze, Monticello, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sickler, Idaville, Cindy Cohen, Fort Wayne, served as her sister's honor attendant, and Fred Endris, Greensburg, performed the duties of ,best man. Mrs. Sickler is a graduate of Twin Lakes High School and is employed at the Woodland Nursing Home. Mu'ncie. Her husband was graduated from TLHS. and will be graduated from Ball Stale University in November, The couple resides at"i200 Mulberry St., Apt. 3, Muncie. Bill Frushour shells com he raised to sell at the bazaar. Supper-Bazaar Planned The Bethlehem Presbyterian Women's Association will conduct the annual chicken and noodle supper and bazaar Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the church. The women have been meeting at the church tn make noodles for the supper and to sell at the bazaar. They are making home made bread for the supper which can bo topped with apple butter, also made by the women of the church. The bazaar will include baked goods of all kinds, including produce from the gardens and orchards of the community, an assortment of hand made craft and gift items and Christmas decorations and gifts'. The proceeds from this year's bazaar will help finish paying for storm windows for the stained glass windows of the church, provide insulation, and pay for a new island which has been built for the kitchen. A part of the money earned is sent to special mission projects around the world. The first supper and bazaar was conducted in 1972 and for the first few years all proceeds went to pay for the furnishings of the kitchen in the new addition to the church. Although the annual supper and bazaar is primarily a project of the women's association, many of the men and young people are involved also. They help with the serving, washing dishes, and many have had a part in preparing the craft items and gardening. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Take Time For Beauty; Reap Great Dividends Women who do their own housework and have small children often feel that they do not have time to spend on beauty care. This is understandable but far from true. They are at home most of each day and have a much better, opportunity to work in. beauty care than career women do. For example, women with jobs outside the home envy the opportunity for skin care. Dry skin is a problem for many women, especially as they become older. This 'leads to unnecessary, lines unless you 'compensate for the loss of the skin's natural oil with the regular use of lubricants. Why not cleanse your complexion and apply a lubricating cream or oil as-soon as your husband leaves for work and your children depart for school? Let it soak In most of Ihe day. This might give, the laundry man a shock but he will recover. The woman with oily- skin will be able to wash her face several times daily and use any medication that has been prescribed for her. Exercise? I used to entertain my small children by doing my exercises. It simply made them wild as they tried to do Ihe same things. It was the highlight of their day and it surely improved my figure! The only. trouble was that they nagged me all morning with the question, "Mother, when are you going to do your exercises'?" " ' , The woman at home also has an opportunity to take a couple of short rest periods during the day. 1 know what you are thinking; "When do I ever have time to lie down?" You will have time if you take'it. Try it! You will discover that you get just as much or more done if you use a couple of 15-minute periods for rest. If your children take naps, have your lie-down at the same time. If not, keep, some quiet games for them to play while you rest. It would be easier if you could go-to. a salon and have an encouraging operator. and soft music, but -any woman can carry out a health and beauty routine at home if she really wants to. These little attentions to fitness and good looks pay such great dividends in vibrant living. _..... .....^....,. ^ SAVE CUSTOM DRAPERY $8,500 lor only $147.65 a month. 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