Ilx Loeansport, Indiana, Ptiaros-Trfbune BRIDE IN WINAMAC CEREMONY Fohlman Studio MRS. HAROLD TRUMAN SMITH was Gena Colcen Roe prior to her marriage- May 2C at the Winamac Nazarene church with the Reverend Truman Carter reading the double ring rites. The bride us the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roe, of Star City, and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Winamac. Flowers, palms and candelbra banked the altar where the cou- pie was married. Miss Francis Smith, of Winamac, was pianist, and accompanist for Norman Smith, brother of the bridegroom, Marilyn Krcmer. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the bridegroom when they sang "0 Promise Me." "True Love" and "Wedding Prayer," and •Through the Years," respectively- Miss Marlone Roe, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Mrs. Jim Thomas, cousin of the bride, city, and Mrs. Norman Smith, of Kan- kakco, Illinois. Rick and Richard Dennis Roe, brothers of the bride, were candle-lighters. Harold L. Smith, o! Kunkakec, Illinois, was best man, and ushers were Wayne Smith, o( Monterey, Norman Smith, of Kan- Icakce, Phi] Walters. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Bill Bradley, of Rlkhart. Given in marriage by her fathor, the bride appeared in a gown of white Chantilly lace over taffeta of floor-length with t'ne fitted •bodice featuring smaJl covered buttons and long tapering sleeves. The skirt was styled with a deep nylon ruffle. Her fingertip tulle veil was secured to a floral headpiece, and she earned a bouquet of red sweetheart roses. Janice Roe, sister of the bride, was flower girl. Gowns of white nylon were worn by the bride's attendants, flower girl, pianist and soloist. The gowns were identical and accented with taffeta underskirts, three of the girls wearing pink, and tho other three sea mis', blue. They wore floral headpieces matching their gowns. The mother of the bride chose a lilac dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. The bridegroom's mother selected a- pink suit with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. A reception was held for 140 guests at the Madclox recreation hall following t h e (.'[.-remony. Fund) and cake were served. The couple departed on a short wedding trip to Kansas City, Missouri, and are now residing at Kankakee, Illinois. The bride is a graduate of the Star City high school and is a student at Olivet college in Kankakee. The bridegroom is a Winamac high school Braduato and is attending the same school. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Formal Pledging Service Conducted By Psi lota Xi A formal pledging service for new members of Psi Iota Xi sorority was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Richard Cam- Win, route 5, during a dessert party.. New pledges are Nancy Jackson, Sharon Neher, Mary Beth Easter, Louise Moss, Mrs. John Hiatt, Kristin Johnson, Mrs. William Jones, Mrs. Paul Porter and Miss Sue Ann Newton. Mrs. Tom Medland conducted the service with music presented by Miss Thelma Sines. Pledges presented a skit, "The Dragon with the 13 Tails," narrated by Nancy Jaekson who also provided piano selections as guests arrived . Individual tables for four were centered with lighted tapers holding lapel bud vases which held miniature corsages of mixed flower for corsages. Dessert, mints, and coffee were served by the committee which included the hostess Mrs. Camblin, the chairman, Mrs. Clyde Biddinger, Mrs. L. J. Powlen Jr., Mrs. Henry Shoop, Mrs. Ross Glasspn, Mrs. Robert Johnson, and Miss Kay Forgey. Officers for the 1957-58 season were formally installed by Mrs. Tom Medland and included Mrs. Edgar Closson, President; Miss Tina Winings, Vice-President; Mrs. Robert Kitohell, Corresponding Secretary, and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Treasurer. Guests for the pledging and installation party were members of the sorority who are home from college and included Marlene Kiesling, Joyce TJhl, Mary Koy Moran, Marilyn Myers, Connie Rowe, Judy Wiseman, Jayne Mohaffie, Marilyn O'Ncil, Ann Butler, Susan Hendricks,. Suanna McNutt and Ann Zieg. Mrs. Paul Porter announced the pledges' party for active and inactive members will be a summer picnic on July 22 at the home of Mrs. Edgar Closson at (i:30 p.m. During the business session the president, Miss Winings, was presented with a Past-president's guard pin. She also, announced that Miss Harriett Huff will be the Psi iota Xi representative to the Community Center Planning committee sponsored by the Cass County Federated Clubs. The group voted to present the Y.W.C.A. with a check for $100 to be used for redecorating rooms on the second floor for general meeting purposes. The Y.W.C.A. plans the work to be done during the summer for use in the fall. Hi Tri Leadership Training Session Conducted At YWCA A Hi Tri Leadership training session was held Tuesday afternoon at the YWCA parlors with 40 girls from the four local HI Tris and the Washington township group attending. Mrs. Rolland Meinzer, executive YWCA secretary, was in charge of the meeting attended by III Tri officers and cabinet members of each organization. Carol Winemiller led the opening song fest. Mrs. Kenneth Brady, chairman of worship, of the board of directors, led in a devotional period, and Mrs. Richard Gamblin, board pros- Ideal, spoke briefly to the group thanking the girls for their cooperation during the year, their accomplishments, and financial contributions to tiie Y. Mrs. Meinv.er introduced the Ili- Tri presidents who in turn introduced their officers and cabinet members. Presidents were: Judy Shaff, Washington township; Klla- gay Noble, Ui-Tri 1; Barbara Shaw, Hi-Tri 11; Carolyn Lowe, Hi-Tri III; ;iml Doris Winlers, Hi-Trl IV. Parliara Novak, past president of Ili-Trl I, reviewed the constitution which was amended during the business meeting and a valuation given. A panel discussion was held concerning closer relationship between the advisors and the Hi-Tri officers and members. The panel featured questions and mis-were in relation to how a closer relation could be obtained. Panel members were Mrs. Elmer Hill, past s mothor advisor; Barbara Novak, past president; Mrs. Jessie Shaw, new mother advisor and Susl Porter, service chairman of (lie IV group. Also nn evaluation was made ot the past accomplishments of tho group and what improw.iJKin't.s could be made. A coko and chip break was Iield served by the Y-Tccn committee preceding tho workshop meetings. Workshops were to give Incoming members an opportunity to d'lscuss their responsibilities and receive instructions concerning their Jobs for the coming year. Workshops were conducted as follows; president 1 and vice-presidents met with Mrs, Richard Gamblin; secretary and treasurers with Mrs. Geruld Runyon; Worship and World Fellowship with Mrs. Kenneth Brady; social chairmen and mother advisors with Mrs. Elmer Hill; service chairmen with Miss Jane Ann Moiflzer; Music chairim-n with Miss Carol Win«miller; Membership, Inter-club and publicity with Miss iiarbara Novak and program and finance chairmen with Mrs. Meinzer SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m. — WSCS, Main street Methodist church, Mrs. Jennie Sanders. 7:HO p.m. — Worthwhile HD club, Elizabeth Harnash. 7:30 p.m. — Basis', Temple Women's Missionary society, cliurch as.iembly. 8 p.m. — BW'P club, city building. II p.m. — Washington township Circle's J1.D club, Butty Golt- shall. THURSDAY H a.m. — District me(;ling, Mothers of World War 2, Walton Log-Lon home. Noon — Charity Division 4, GIA Ladles, AI-'L hall. 1:15 p.m. — Women of St, Luke's Lutheran church, at ehiirch. 1:30 p.m. — Crusaders class, 9th street church, Mrs. Arthur Amos, 1:30 p.m. — Women of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Mrs. Drcna Spit'/.nogle. 1:,'10 p.m. — Jefferson township IID clubs 1 and 2, Lake Clcott school. 2 p.m. — Cass county chapter, American War Mothers, Mrs, Sarah Julian. FORMER MISS MARJORIE REIFF Meted Class To Buy Church Doors II was voted to purchase new doors tor the church when the Wide Awake class of the Mctea TJaplis', church mot Tuesday evening at the church basement with George M,et/,, president, in charge. A committee w.as appointed to investigate the cost of Ma proposed class project. ^ Wilma Met/. led group singing. Vora Pickoas offered devotions. The annual picnic wall be held July H. Rev. Ray closed the meeting with prayer. Games were enjoyed, and refreshments served by Mrs. Pickens and M.rs. Patricia Crnin. Rev. Ray won the door prize. D. of l.'s To Host Graduates Thursday A business meeting wus held Tuesday • evening by the- Daughters ot Isabella at live K. of C, hall nt which lime final plans were madis for a party Thursday evening at the hall for eighth grade graduates from tho three local parochial schools. Tlio annual picnic was announced for June 20 nt Riverside park. The charter was draped for a deceased momlxsp, Mrs. Pauline Stuart. DR. 0. L. BRAUN Rog. Podlalrlit Foot Spoclallir FOOT AILMENTS Offlcoi 314 Norlh St. IOGAMSPORT PHONE 3330 WoJnoiilayi t Friday! 9 to 4 clara anils Summer Sale Is On Every Summer Hat Now Reduced Up to 50 Come Early for Best Selection All Sales Final clara aitin's 325 Fourth Pohlman Studio MRS. JIM S. YATES was Miss Marjorie Joan Reiff prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Burnettsville Baptist church with the Reverend William S. Clarke officiating at the double ring rites. Parents of the couple arc Mr. and Mrs. RUssell Reiff, of Bur- nettsvilie, and Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Fcglcy, of Anderson, Indiana. Harold Reiff, brother of the bride, was soloist and sang "Ave Maria," "Through the Years" and "The Lord's Prayer." Accompanist was Mrs. John Fisher, of Logansport. Mjss Beverly Young, of Bur- nctlsville, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mary Ann Yates, sister of the bridegroom, of Anderson, and Mrs. Gene Coe, cousin of the bride, of North Manchester. James Dnrkis served the bridegroom as best man and ushers were Pat Young and Gene Coc, both of North Manchester. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of while embroidered nylon over slipper 1 satin, fashioned along princess linos and featuring a bouffant skirt. A pearl tiara secured her fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a white Bible, lopped with a white orchid. The bride's attendants were at- tired in identical gowns of powder blue dotted crystalette over taftett fashioned of ballerina-length along princess lines. They wore headpieces matching the gowns nnd carried nosegays of pink carnations. The bride's mother selected a dress of navy chiffon with White and navy accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a navy blue bemberg dress with white accessodries. Both wore corsages of pink carnations. Following the ceremony a reception was held for 100 guests on the lawn of the Reiff residence. Ivory and blue were used in the decor with the lace covered serving table being centered wih a three licred wedding cake lopped with a miniature bridal couple, The punch bowl was encircled, by a floral arrangement. Hostesses were Miss Minnie Reiff, Mrs. Harold Hciff, Mrs. Dick McManus, Mrs. Mack Million, Miss Sara Farrand, and Mrs, Wilbur Young. After July 1, the couple will reside at Hadcliff, Kentucky. For traveling the bride selected a rayon shantung powder blue suit dress with white accessories. The bddo, a graduate of the Burneltsville 1 high school and the Union hospital School of Nursing, was employed at the White County Memorial hospital. Her husband, Tri Kappa Elects Mrs. Joe-Herd New President At Meet Mrs. Joe Herd was elected president of Tri Kappa sorority Monday evening during the business meeting at the home of Mrs. Russell Eckert. Other new officers include Mrs. Richard Jensen, vice-president; Mrs. Bill Steinhilber, recording secretary; Miss Jean Justice, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bernard Hall, treasurer, and Mrs. Dunn, assistant treasurer. Installation of the new officers will be held in September. During the meeting, conducted by Mrs. Hobert Lowe, president, the chapter received an invitation to attend a reception June 23 honoring Mrs. Margaret Williams, new Province Officer. Following the adjournment of the meeting, pledge services were held for the following; Misses Carolyn Bailey, Errika Esser, Lloyd Tucker, Beth Brumbaugh, Sherry Tucker, Carol Richardson, Pat Baker, Madonna Guckien, Jill Billman, Barbara Novak and Karen Langworlhy, and the Mes- damcs E, L. Partridge, Gerald Baker, 0. H. Grotelueschen, and Allan Heminger. The pledges presented a humorous skit for the members titled 1 "Scappa, Scappa, Scapper Variety Show", which featured a dance by the Highland Lassies, a "weather" report, and a selection from "A Midsummer Night's Dream." The show was concluded a graduate of the Bicknell high school, is serving with the U. S. Army at Fort Knox, Kentucky. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Wednesday Evening, June 12, 1957. with the entire "cast" singing the "Nothing Song." Sandwiches and cokes were served by the committee in charge: Mrs. Harvey Roberts, chairman, Mrs. Keith Showalter, Mrs. Richard Doles, Mrs. Norbert Muzzillo, Mrs. Ben Sturm, and Mrs. Herbert Small. Prior to initiation, which is to be held June 24, the pledges will attend pledge training meetings, the first of which is to be Wednesday, June 12, at the home of Mrs. Robert Lowe. Other meetings scheduled are as follows: Friday, June 14, Mrs. Ward Watts, 901 22nd Street; Wednesday, June 17, Mrs. Charles Lowry, 1406 E. Market, and June 21, Mrs. Don Douglass 2111 North Street. Gerst Home Scene Of Joint Meeting The annual joint meeting of the Exchange and Exchnngette clubs was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gerst, High street Road, Tuesday evening with 15 couples attending. A-buffct was served on the lawn followed by dinner on the porch, served at individual tables. Following the meal, both clubs held short business meetings. 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