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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 22

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liz Losansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, May 24, 1957. Berry Bowl Transformed Into "Teahouse" As Juniors Take Over For Prom LEFT TO RIGHT—D!an« Neumann and Jim Moss admire colorful fans that will adorn the bom- buo walls of the "teahouse." CENTER — (clockwise) Nelson Becker, Jan Eiscrt, Nancy Luxcra, Terry Hcrshbcrger and Dave Baker arransc blossoms on tree* that accent the oriental decor. RIGHT — Margaret Pasquale, with the help of Sharon Dunn, suspends a Japanese lan(«rn from the blue gauze ceiling. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving) TITLE OF HIT MUSICAL THEME FOR JUNIOR PROM AS BERRY BOWL BECOMES "TEAHOUSE OF AUGUST MOON" The title of a hit Broadway musical and motion picture has been selected by the Junior class of the Logansport high school as the theme for this year's junior-senior prom to be staged tonight at the Berry Bowl. "Teahouse of the August Moon is the theme with an entirely Oriental decorating motif being car- Tied out. Every phase of the decorations bespeaks the Far Eastern accent from the entranceway to the band stand. Setting Ins mood for the huge "teahouse" are the walls of matchstick bamboo which surround the entire gymnasium. Decorating the walls are large colorful fans and Japanese symbols of black felt paper. Entering the "teahouse" through B bamboo curtain, guests will cross a bridge surrounded by pools of water and fresh chrysanthemums and greenery. Light for dancing under the blue ceiling will be provided by Japanese lanterns suspended from the ceiling. Other highlights of the decorating motif are being held in reserve as a surprise for the senior guests. Music will be provided by Al Cobine and his Midlanders from Indiana University, rated as one of the top campus orchestras in the country. Highlighting the evening's activities will be the crowninE of the royal couples at 10:30 p. m. Candidates nominated for king and queen arc: Erika Esser and Jon Hershberger, Kuth Kline and Joe Kasch, Pat Conners and Rex Harris, Sandy Rynearson and Joe Sabatini, Ethel Loazenby and Paul Homburg, Pal Wolf and Dave Lon- «r, Susie Parker and Larry Long. Also Betty Neese and Jerry Keener. Alice Jo Gear and Mike Cronin, Patty Pasquale and Hob Elliott, June Sievers and Everett Thomas, Jo Ann Hill and Carl Lcedy, Rosie Hall and Richie Chapman, Jerry Kay Skinner and Fred Schue, Suzanne Smith and Bob Burbrink. In Oriental Attire Ticket takers and servers will be attired in Oriental dross with serving couples being dressed identically. Ticket takes are Sandy McNutt. Daine Yerkcs and Linda •Maclntire. Couples serving will be Sharon Hardin and Tom Haywood; Judy Polsinelli and H. C. Jlenkenberjjcr; Judy Cunningham and Jack Cain; Ann Castaldi and Mike Cart; Kathy White and Fred Hanna; Sharon Plotncr and Dave Lybrook. Marsha Cart, Sue Cablness and Marilyn Dodrill, will be in charge of the Oriental-decorated powder room which featured bambooo drapes. The Logansport Elks and notary club will sponsor the post-prom party-dance and breakfast, starting at midnight at the Elks. At 3 a. m., the Rotary will serve breakfast in the cafe. Ted Morris Is chairman for the Rotary and Victor- Bournique for the Elks. Class officers, their dates and what they will wear is as follows; Dave Baker, junior class president, will escort Sharon Durbar, •who has chosen a white satin polished cotton gown embroidered in blue and trimmed in light blue aatin. She will carry a nosegay of baby orchids and . light blue lily-of-the-valley. Helen Austin, lo be escorted by Jim Moss, junior class vice-president, will wear a ballerina-length gown of red and white nylon chiffon accented with a wrist corsage of baby white orchids. Joyce Haley, clasa secretary, whose escort is Bill Hunt, has selected a white organza formal accented with a lavender satin cummerbund and lavender ribbons scattered on the skirt. Her flowers will be a while rosobud nosegay. Ann George, junior class treas- urer, will wear a yellow satin and white organdy gown over ruffled net. Her escort, Larry Brown, will present her with a nosegay of yellow sweetheart roses and slephano- tis. Joe Sabatini, senior class president, will escort Sandy Rynearson, who will appear in a gown of white nylon organza over white ruffled nylon net featuring bands of white eyelet embroidery and pink taffeta bows. Her flowers are a nosegay of pink baby orchids. Carolyn Bailey, to be escorted by senior class vice-president, Bob Pontius, has chosen a gown o? pastel blue, gray and silver plaid accented with a blue taffeta cummerbund. Her nosegay will be of white flowers. Harry Elliott, senior class treasurer, is- escorting Patty Pasquale, who will wear a gown of champagne faille featuring satin gores embroidered with seed pearls and sequins. Her flowers will be a nosegay ot pale blue blossoms. White Embroidered Nylon Sherry Tucker, date of senior class secretary, Mike Cronin, has chosen a gown of white embroidered nylon accented with white velvet ribbons in the front. Her flowers,will be a nosegay of white carnations and pink rosebuds. Sandra Ulbrich, general prom chairman, whose date is Weldon Bleiler, has selected a gown of white eyelet over lavender taffeta with a purple cummerbund. She will carry a nosegay of white fugi mums. Jan Elsert, decoration chairman, will wear a strapless pink pleated formal with pink and white accessories. Her escort, Jerry Bontz, will 'present her with a nosegay of pink and white carnations and roses. Duane Meeker, lighting chairman, will escort Carol Brugh, who has selected a * ullcrina-length gown of white nylon net with a satin ribbon stripe over white taffeta. Her flowers will be a nosegay of red roses. Dale Rist'edt will escort publicity chairman, Nancy Luxem, who has chosen a gown of while embroidered organdy over green net featuring a green organza bow and streamers down the back. Her flowers will be a colonial nosegay. Nelson Becker, chaperone chairman, is escorting Kay Davis who will appear m a gown of blended green with matching accessories. Her nosegay is of white and blue cymbidium orchids. Ann Raub t is the date of Steve Foreman, band chairman, and she will wear a formal oE cotton or-j gandy and eyelet accented .with a! nosegay of Chinese iris and lily-| oMne-valley. i Suzanne Smith, chairman.of the program and invitation committee, will appear in a gown of off-j white dacron. Her escort, Bob Bur-' brink, will present her with a nos>-' gay of pink flowers with black, velvet streamers. j Jim Fiedler will be the escort of Ellagay Noble, ticket chairman, who plans to wear a blue chinz formal with polka dots trimmed with white organdy. Her wrist corsage is a white orchid. Committees for Prom Prom committees are as follows: general chairman, Sandy Ulbrich; decorations, Jan Eisert, chairman, Ardell Price, Jerry Bentz, Fred Brummet, Jim Dixon, Bev Demerly, Carolyn Grube, Sue Handy,! Margaret Huff, Bill Kimberling, June Sievers, Charles Strecker, Joe Sumpter, Carole Winemillor; and Connio Otterman. Lighting and sound, Duano Meeker, chairman, Tom Johnson; band, Steve Foreman, chairman, Larry Brown, Jack Hyman, Janie Meinzer, Janet Richeson, Jim Watts; chaperone, Nelson Becker, chairman, Kay Carithers, Larry Cart, Glenda Graham, John Gibson, Bonnie Kitchel and Pat White; publicity, Nancy Luxem, chairman, Don Bessignano, Dick Guggenhcimer, Kathie Hillis, Bill Hunt, Margaret Pasquale, George Sailors; refreshment, Helen Austin, chairman, Joy Booher, Dave Brady, Susie Brown, Judy Grace, Wayne Hartman, Steve Wheatley, Ted Wild. Program and invitations, Suzanne Smith, chairman, Susie Gulp, Bill Drake, -Sharon Dunbar, Terry Hargrove, Bill Rlchtcr, Sandy Rynearson and Nancy Talmago; tickets, Ellagay Noble, chairman,! Joyce Cunningham, Betty Flowers, Terry Hershberger, Ronnie Jones, C. H. Hennings To Celebrate Golden Anniversary Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hen- .ning, of 505 Vernon avenue, Daytona Beach, Florida, former residents of Logansport, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of their son, Reverend E. W. Henning, o[ 1235 North Third street. A covered dish dinner will be served at noon at Dykeman park for relatives followed by an open house.from 2:30 lo 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the E. W. Henning home. The couple was married in Denham, Ind-iana, May 28, 1907, and moved to Logansport in 1910 where they made their home at 513 Di- zardie street until 1938. Their children are Rev. Henning, city; Fred,. West Florida; Lloyd, IBS East Market street; Carl, Day- tcna Beach, Florida; Mrs. Beatrice Lines, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Floyd, twin brother of Lloyd, died in infancy. There are a'.so 17 grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, and seven, great-grandchildren. Mr. Henning is a retired engineer lor the Pennsylvania Railroad. Neil Sanders, Maggie Strong and Dick Sundy. Class sponsors are Miss Flora Leach, Mrs. Neva Trutt, B. G. Allen, Morris Short, Jack Rice and Ralph Hall. Third Mothers Club Installs Officers At Dinner Party An Officers' party was staged Thursday evening at the Ben Hur by the Third Mothers study club at which time an impressive installation ceremony was conducted. Retiring officers, Mrs. John Martin, president; Mrs. 0. L. Cooper, vice-president; Mrs. Robert New man, secretary; Mrs. William I!epes, program chairman, installed the following new officers and pre. sented them with corsages: Mrs. Cooper, president; Mrs. Newman, vice-president; Mrs. James Greensfelcler", secretary; Mrs. William M. Parkins, program chairman. Dining tables were 'decorated with yellow crepe paper runners and individual Maypoles as favors. The speaker's table was centered wilh spring Flowers. Miss Nancy Talmadgp played dinner music at the organ. Mrs Martin, retiring president, extended Ihe welcome after which officers were installed. Mrs. Ed Ycazcl was then introduced, and she presented a review of the book, "Call Mo Mother." Gifts were presented to Mrs Martin and Mrs. Kepcs. 'Die next meeting is a family picnic June 13 at Fair-view park. The largest nugget of zinc ever mined care from Arkansas. For All Oceanians GREETING CARDS "that say what you want to »«y" HIATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE NOW AT FLANEGINS LOWEST automatic washerl ALL-NIW «.. Jj fully automatlCf y»l you con stop It, start lt f change It at any tint* I Iml Iwk ml mil »h»i» "HlghlvmUr" (••tvrau • «IUV AUTOMATIC • fUHY FLEXIBLE • CONVINIBNT SAHTY SWITCH • EXCIUSIVI OVRAFOAM ACTION • QUIIT OPIRATION • 5UD! SAVER (opllonol) • MAYTAO DIPINDABILITY Hmnaloilunr't Nil prlra S0M.OP Only $269.95 Small Down Payment $2.75 PER WEEK / You control hoat—6 Hufo-nnd-Buro Bottingn. Right even for nylon and other BynthoticB. All Inundry comon out nun- Bhino-frenh becnune thoro'a «in Ultrn-Violot lump built in. Pink, green, yellow or white. Supreme Dryer... *269 95 Buy washer and dryer together and save *100 BARNETT'S Bargain Barn 416 5. Third Phon« 2821 BSP City Council Installs Officers 'Old and new members of the Beta Sigma Phi City Council met at the home of Sharon Key Wednesday evening for a carry-in supper at which time Mary Lou Baublit, retiring president, installed the following new officers: Sharon Key, president; Bonnie Kite, vice-president; Marilyn Moore, secretary; and Lorraine Shilling, treasurer, will be installed 'at a later date. The new president conducted a short business meeting at which time June 19 was announced as the date for the North Central Regional Council picnic at a local park with Alpha Phi and Zeta Tan chapters as hostesses. The council includes Peru, Rochester, Wabash and Plymouth. Charity projects were discussed and the meeting closed with the Mizpali. Do not wrap ice in newspapers. This method warms the ice and hastens the melting. 39 Attend Altrusa Club Dinner Meeting A dinner meeting was staged by the Altrusa club Thursday evening at the Trinity parish hall with 39 members present. The international relations committee was in charge and included Miss Betty Hyres, chairman, Madeline Burk, Mary Buchanan, Faye Riddleberger, Belly Wickersham, Betty Graf and Jeanelta Jamison. The speaker of the evening was Dr. F, J. Ballinfanle, originally of the Netherlands, a professor of physics at Purdue University. His subject was "International Langu age-Esperanto." During the business meeting, plans were made to welcome Mrs. Theanolte Dachnisch, a participant in the foreign leaders program ol Hie international education exchange section of the US Department of Stale. She is government president for the government district of Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany. Local Women Attend LWV State Meeting Mrs. M. K. Eno and Mrs. Richard Glendcning, delegates of the Loganspoi'l League of Women Voters, have returned from attending Ihe 27th Stale Convention of Ihe League held at the Marott Ho- lel iji Indianapolis. The convention adopted as th« stale current agenda item for 19571950; State Taxes and Fiscal Policies as They Relate lo Financing; and Administering the Public Schools in Indiana. SOCIAL CALENDAR Friday (i:30 p.m.—Owl's club, YWCA, H p.m.—Purity Rcbekah lodge 127, 100F hall. G-M WOBKBUS GET RAISE INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — More Uian . 33,200 hourly employes of General Motors Corp. Indiana plants will receive wage increases of at least six cents an hour beginning next week, a Delroil announcement said. EXCITING TRAVEL NEXT YEAR! Join Our Vacation Club Now! Save a small amount weekly ... and watch it grow into the ticket for your dream vacation next year! Now's the time to start saving, so join our Vacation Club today. It costs nothing to join ... and pays off in real enjoyment next year. 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