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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 40

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Mrs. Doris Davis will review "The Cup of Fury" when the Women's Christian Temperance Union meets at the home of Mrs. Ima Snyder June • 11. Members to be present. Guests are welcome. —tf- The Women's Service Guild of the West Broadway Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. Grace Kesser, 830 State street, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Members are asked to note the change of meeting. Mite boxes will be turned in. Roll call will be answered with a BiBle verse containing the word "plant" or "planted." Naomi circle of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church will hold a luncheon meeting Thursday noon at the church dining room. The Philathea A class of the Baptist Temple will meet with Minnie Wright at the YWCA' Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for a business and social meeting. The WSWS of the Broadway EUB church will meet with Mrs. Paul Bauch, 1830 George street Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. A good attendance is desired. Golden Age cliib will meet Friday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock .for arolyn McDuffee Guest Of Honor At Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Carolyn McDuffee, bride- ilect of Jim Moser, was the guest of honor Friday evening at a shower at the home of Mrs. Marjean Jrown wth Mrs. Alice Bundy and Wrs. Louise Conn "assisting the lostess. Miss McDuffee's chosen colors of white and lavender were carried out in the decorating motif. Lavender streamers extended over the white covered gift table which fea- ;ured a centerpiece of a birdhouse and two "love birds." The bride-elect was presented with a corsage by Mrs. Harold Day. "Bride" was played with prizes going to Miss McDuffee and Miss Sharon Pherson, who presented her prize to the former. Guests were: Mrs. Lee McDuffee and Charlotte of Hunterstown, Mrs. Paul Moser, Mrs. Tom Marshall, Mrs. Emmaline Rogers, Mrs. Ralph Martn, Mrs. Fred Henry, Mrs. Richard Huffman, Mrs. Howard Goodrich, Mrs. Martin Snider, Mrs. Jack Baer, Mrs. Paul Tribbett, Mrs. Bob Burley'and daughter, Mrs. Bob Barr, Mrs. Don Conn, Mrs. Don Raymer, Mrs. AI bert Everman, Mrs. Charles Blais dell, Mrs. Harold Fickle, Mrs. Dale English, Mrs. Dick Dorton, Mrs. Bill Barr, Mrs. Bess Kitchell, Misses Mary Conn, Karen Seward, Sharon Pherson of here, Nancy Quick of Indianapolis and Mrs. Ralph Schroder of Logansport. Guests sending gifts but unable to a picnic at the YWCA annex, i attend; Mrs. Harold Day, Mrs. Members are asked to bring a John Rhody, Mrs. _ Jack Stanley, covered dish, table service and white elephant. Meat, rolls, butter and coffee will be furnished. The WSWS of the Third street EUB church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. John Keplar, 1501 College street. -TV- The Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary. Unit 60, will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Jack Haymaker. -"&Shrine Ladies will hold a covered dish dinner Thursday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at the Shrine club. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. , Mrs. Monroe Day, Delores Pufahl, Donnabelle Jackewich and Sharon Risley. Refreshments were served. St. Luke's Women Honor Graduates Women of St. Luke's Lutheran church sponsored a breakfast Sun day morning for four graduates members of the church. Bouquets of spring flowers and Mrs. Mel Chapman ' Leaves For Annual Franklin House Party Mrs. Melvin Chapman, High street Road, left today for Frank- In, Indiana-, where she will attend the.annual Women's House Party which she helped plan. Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. 'John Knight, of Peru, are two of the seven women, composing the House Party committee in charge of decorations and the program for the two banquets, .one Thursday evening for 1,000, and'the second Saturday evening. The House Party is composed o£ two different three day sessions, the first for the Indiana Women's Baptist Missionary society for all Baptist women of the state, and the second for Business and Professional Women. A Japanese motif will be usec in the decorations corresponding to the foreign study theme of the Baptist Women for the coming year. Miss Sue Handy, of Logansport; will appear pn the program giving a reading, and a trio composec of Miss Handy, Carol Winemiller and Sandra Ulbrick, all-of Log ansport, will present vocal selec tions. The House Party will also tea ture the dedication of a new dormitory, ELsey hall. Mrs. Chapman left today and will return Sunday while other local women .attending will leave Wednesday and return Friday. Attending from the Logansport Baptist Temple will be Mrs. Dale FORMER MISS JANE HARNESS Wickersham, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Lee Kantzer, Mrs. B. J. Combs, Mrs. Tom Young, Mrs. tured at the tables. Girls were presented with compacts and boys with tie clasps, featuring the Lutheran emblem. Attending the event were The Rev. and Mrs. Walter Davis Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Donavan Spangler, superintendent, Mr. and Mrs. Progressive home demonstration : Francis Van A u en ant ] the grac i. club will 'meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Helen Isaacs, 224 West Linden avenue. -*Olde Towne chapter, DAR, will hold a picnic and installation of officers next Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock at Dykeman park with Mrs. Roberta,Nelson and chairman assisted by Grace Searight and Grace Knauss. Reservations can be made with Lottie Wallace, 3534, by Friday evening. —fr— The WSCS of the Zion Methodist church of Lucerne will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the church basement. Members are asked to bring cookies or sandwiches. lates, Carolyn Bailey, David Ph- rearson, Ralph Hammond and Weldon Bleiler. On the committee in charge were Wesdarries John Conn, Russell 3owyer, A: E. Wenzel, Arlo Sailors and Eugene Conn. June 16 Date Set For Hyman Reunion The annual Hyman reunion will be held Sunday, June 16 at the Schuyler Hyman farm near the Center EUB church. In case of rain, the event will be held at the church basement. Each family is zsked to bring at least one card table. The committee, for arrangements man, Mrs. George Webb, Mrs. Jrice Fitzgerald, and Mrs. Wayne Durbin, who will attend the session or three days and Mrs. Gladys Winemiller and Mrs. W. A. 'isherbuck who only plan attend- ng one day. All decorations for the banquets were made by the Peru Baptist church under the direction of Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Chapman. SOCIAL CALENDAR .. TUESDAY 6:30 p. m.—Loyalty class, Calvary Presbyterian church, at church. 7;30 p. m.—Logansport Division, Licensed Practical Nurses, St. Joseph hospital. 8 p. m. Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, stated meeting, Masonic Temple. WEDNESDAY 1:30 p. m. — Division 4, OWF, Ninth street Christian church, Mrs. Marjorie Watson. 1:30 p. m.—Division 5, Mrs. Lillian Crockett. 1:30 p. m.—Jefferson township HD No. 1, Mrs. Ethel Girard. The average family car is driv en 7,800 miles a year. roughs, and Ada Gilbert. Officers are George Hyman, president; W R. Hyman, vice president; and include Virgil Turner, Neva Bur-1 John E. Hyman, secretary. lops. Wide sashes of coral and pink crystalette tied in large bows at- the waistline in back and fell to the hemlines. The girls wore headpieces ot coral feather carnations, short white . gloves and pearl jewelry, gift of the bride. The flower girl carried a white basket trimmed in pink, and the ring bearer carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Gordon Greider was best man for the bridegroom, and ushers were Jerry Harness, brother of the bride, and Ronald Robison. The bride's grandmother, Mrs. Frank Harness, wore a dress of navy blue crepe and lace with black accessories. Mrs. Herbert Harness, step-mother of the bride, selected a white sheath dress with Tuesday Evening, June 4, 1967. FORMER MONTICELLO GIRL BRIDE IN RITES AT LOCAL RESIDENCE • Kay Renee King and Harvey L. Omslead were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Florence Freehafer, 3210 Crescent Drive, city, with the Reverend Raymond P. Echols, pastor of the Broadway Methodist church, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ardis D. King, of Indianapolis, formerly of Monticello, and the bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Omstead, of Hunt- t ; ons . lerina-length gown of white lac* over taffeta fashioned with a scoop neckline, three quarter length sleeves and a fitted hip-length bodice flaring into a bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil of white tulle was attached to a tiara of seed pearls. Her bouquet was a spray arrangement of white daisies and English ivy. She also carried a bridal handkerchief, which had been carried by brides in the groom's family for three genera- ington. Indiana. The bride's, attendant appeared The couple repeated their vows j n a gown of pink lace over pink before an-altar banked with palms sa tjn styled with a fitted basque and twin seven branched candelabra, each being centered with nosegays of pink carnations, baby breath and button pompoms. An organ prelude was played preceding the ceremony. Phyllis Ann Yater, of Indianapolis, attended the bride, and best man was Drake E. Omstead, of South Bend. bodice topped with a bolero jacket banded in pink satui. The skirt was balle'rina-lenEth. Pink rosas and lily of the valley covered her lalf-hat with a nose veil. She carried a while lace fan covered with pink carnations and white The bride was attired in a bal- pink trim and white accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a dress o£ rose crepe with beige accessories. All wore cor-jiyij J. lr l;th sages of. pink carnations. J/VA1SS JUdlTH A reception was held following Fiance Plan Late the ceremony in the church basement with nearly 175. guests attending. A four - tiered wedding cake iced in light pink and topped with a wedding bell and miniature bridal couple centered the serving table which' was covered in pink tulle, and satin. A garland of while gladioli and huckleberry wreathed the cake which was flanked with crystal candelabra and pink tapers. Hostesses were Mary Peter, Summer Wedding Mrs. R. H. Coleman, of 2204 High street, announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her granddaughter, Judith Lape, to Lewis Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Snyder, of Portland, Indiana. The wedding will take place in the late summer. Miss Lape, daughter of the late The mother of the bride wore a Dior blue shantung dress with a Dior blue cloche, navy accessories and white gloves while the bridgegroom's mother selected a Voile dress with white eyelet inserts and white accessories. Both wore corsages of pink baby roses. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony. The serving table was covered in white satin, caught with pink satin bows and covered with white ruffled organdy with nosegays of white tulle, pink carnations and daisies at the four corners of the table. The tiered wedding cake of white was topped with a miniature nosegay of baby breath, daisies and Pohlman Studio MRS. NORMAN LEE BECK was Miss Jane Dora Harness prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon during a double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock at the Young America Baptist church with the Reverend Harry Rea officiating. Th'e bride is the daughter of Herbert E. Harness, of Chicago, to a queen's crown outlined with seed pearls and iridescent sequins. She carried a lace handkerchief and a white Bible topped with a white orchid, stephanotis anil feather carnations. The Bible was a gift of the bride's grandmother. Miss Phyllis Harness, cousin °f i street city." Ethelene Robinson, Frances Nelson, Patricia Rozzi and Joan Quaglio. Miss Phyllis Powers provided music during the reception, and Miss Rose Harness, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest boolt. For .traveling the bride chose a white nylon jersey dress with a blue, pink and yellow design in the full skirt. Her accessories were light blue and her corsage was an orchid. Following a two-week wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside at 1329% Smead .VJ.1BO UUWCi uau&iii.v.i ui niv. AMVW " J " , .1.1 *i j t Mr and Mrs. Don Lape, is a sen-j carnations. At the opposite end of ior at Ball State college at Muncie j-he table was a while mi k glass where she is majoring in Medical Technology and medicine. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Tau social sorority,' A. W. S., Westminster Foundation, Science club and junior prom queen court. Her fiance is also a senior at Ball Slate, majoring in biology and physical education. He is a member of Kappa Sigma Kappa social fraternity. the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Bessie and the late Mrs. Violet Harness I Beck, sister of the bridegroom, 3 icnic Featured By r riendship . Class The, Friendship class ot the Broadway Methodist church met t the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hollingsworth Sunday evening or a picnic with 31 members and heir families attending. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bernhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Otterman assisted the host and hostess. Reverend Raymond Echols re- ;urned thanks for the .meal.. Mrs. T. F. Leonard presided at the bus- ness meeting with Mrs. Hollingsworth-giving the devotions. Rev. Echols closed the meeting with prayer. and has been residing with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Harness, route 2, Galveston. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil J. Beck, also of route 2, Galveston. A white arch decorated with huckleberry and pink and white peonies, flanked with lighted pink tapers in branched candelabra provided a setting for the rites. Mrs. Frank Goff sang "Because", "0 Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Miss Mary Alice Caldwell, organist, who played several numbers. and Miss Shirley Amos. The attendants wore ballerina- length gowns of white criss-cross net over taffeta styled with fitted bodices, Italian necklines dipping to a V in back, and tiny sleeves. The cummerbunds of coral and pink crystalette crossed in front and looped over in the back at the waistline to fall into wide panels the length of the skirts. Their headpieces were crowns of woven braid with side clips and short tulle veils of the same shade of coral as the trim on their gowns. Each wore matching mitts of white Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of the Young America high school. The bride is employed as cost clerk at the Logansport Machine company. She is a member of the Sigma Phi Gamma sorority. Her husband is a graduate of the DeVry Technical Institute of Chicago and is employed as a television -technician at the Zinn Manufacturing company, Flora. Delegates For Girls State Attend Meet Girl State representatives attended a district meeting at Lafayette Sunday afternoon at the American Legion home. Attending from the local high school were Miss Suzanne Smitli and alternate Jan Eiscrt; from Washington township school, Ellen Ramer and alternate. Judith SliolT. Mothers attending were Mrs. Leland Smith, Mrs. Ralph Ramer and Mrs. Samuel Shoff. Mrs. I. C. compote filled with pink baby roses, daisie?, snapdragon-s, pon- poms and baby breath. Puncii, wedding cake and mints were served by Genevieve Hensel, city; Mrs. Jnnis Omstead, South Bend; and Miss Pat Benson, Indianapolis. Following a nothern wedding trip, the couple will reside at Muncic. The bride, a graduate of the Monticello high school, attended Ball State Teachers college. Her husband was graduated from the Huntington high school and is now attending Ball State. He two years with the US Given in marriage by her father, criss-cross net and carried white MASQUERADE INDIANAPOLIS—Thieves broke into a costume firm and stole 11 pairs of artificial eyebrows and about 25 wigs. An Elvis Presley and a Marilyn Monroe wig were among the missing articles. the bride appeared in a gown of SchiffH embroidered nylon tulle over satin, fashioned with a fitted bodice, a Victorian collar trimmed jwith iridescent sequins, and long tapering sleeves extending to brir dal points over the hands. The full pleated skirt of nylon tulle extended into tiers oE embroidery lace handkerchiefs and pink crystalette fans edged with pink lace with a spray design of white feather s carnations in pink net and silver trim. Sally Harness, cousin of the bride, was flower girl, and Bonnie Beck, niece of the bridegroom, ring bearer. They wore identical from the scalloped edge of an em-! gowns of ankle-length white laf- broidered peplum and ended in a chapel-length train. Her full circular veil, of pure silk imported illusion was secured feta with full overskirts of crisscross net. The bodices featured large Peter Pan collars, and the skirts w'ere edged with lace seal- SLUB5, LENOS, BROADCLOTHS! 2 for $3 Combed mesh weaves and new prints in smooth and textured Sanforizedt-cot- tons. Penney's answer to summer heat waves. Machine washable. tWon't shrink more than-1%. sizes small, medium, targ* ll^Ld Father's Day June 16 GIRLS' BROADCLOTH SLEEVELESS BLOUSES $1 Whito and Pastel Sizes 7 to 14 BIG 72x90 SATIN BINDING BLANKETS $5 3M Lb. 10% Nylon 90% Rayon Colors. VACATIONER? „.„.. — be sure you're set for pictures? Stop in at your headquarters for Kodak cameras; equipment, film Sherman, Girls Stale chairman, (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) I Unit 60, American Legion Auxiliary, also attended. A film was shown on the Girls Stale activities during 19S6. Helen Crosby, of Delphi, Girls Slater, Army , n Germany and is a mem . ber of Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity. 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