Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 12, 1957 · Page 27
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 27

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
Page 27
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Wednesday Evening, June 12, 1957. CAROL UNDERH1LL PLEDGES TROTH TO GERALD WARD IN DELPHI RITES A double ring ceremony was read Wives Of BHAFB Officers Plan Tea, Election Luncheon A tea in honor of out-going officers will be staged by the Officers' Wives club of the Bunker Hill Air Force Base Wednesday afternoon, June 19, from 2 to 4 o'clock at the Officers' club at the base. Mrs. Arthur Kelley, social chairman, is in charge of arrangements. All Officers' Wives are invited to attend. Those to be honored are Mrs. Frederick Dame, president; Mrs. George LeMay, first vice-president; Mrs. -Edward Freedman, second vice-president; Mrs. Everett Terry, secretary; Mrs. Melvin Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Delphi Methodist church where Carol Sue Underbill and Gerald G. Ward were united in marriage by the Reverend Forest Howell before an altar banked with white gladioli and palms. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert O. Underbill, of Delphi, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Ward, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana. John Ruby was soloist, and was accompanied by Mrs. Virginia Delaney when he sang "With This Ring I Thee Wed." "At Dawning" and "Through the Years." Miss Bonnie Ward, sister of the bridegroom? attended as maid of honor, and bridesmaids were the Misses Lois Young, Ann Sullivan and Janice Fife, all of Delphi. Harry K. Winters, of Goshen, Indiana, served the bridegroom as best man, and other attendants were Linn Goldsmith, Linden, Indiana; Robert Jones and Andre Priem, of Lawrenceburg. Ushers were John Weaver, of Lafayette, and George William Bishop, of Evansville. The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a floor- length gown of net and rosepoint lace over satin designed with a titled bodice, featuring a scooped neckline and long tapering sleeves. Her illusion fingertip veil was secured to a crown of lace with sequins and pearl trim. She carried white roses and stephanotis centered with Amazon lilies. . The bride's attendants were attired in blue ballerina-length gowns of blue crystalette .featuring sashes of chiffon. Their shoulder-length veils were secured to headbands of blue, and they carried bouquets of blue and white painted daisies. The mother of the bride selected a Wue lace over taffeta dress with matching accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a pink embroidered crystalette dress with matching accessories. Both wore white rose corsages. • Darla Treida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Theida, of Buck Creek, Indiana, was flower girl and wore a blue cotton satin dress and carried a basket of rose petals. Preceding the ceremony candles were lit by a sister and cousin of the bride, Miss Jane Underbill and Miss Sheryl Bcrle. Following (he ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Jones, Mrs. Carol McGreevey and tho MisHes Eleanor Vianco, Linda Snoebcrger, Deanna Whitoman and Helen Crosley. The couple departed for Dallas, Texas, where they will reside. The bridegroom if. employed by the Chance Vaught Aircraft company in Dallas. The bride, a 1956 graduate of the Delphi high school, is a member of tho Tri Kappa sorority. Her husband is a 10S7 graduate of the Purdue University School of Aeronautical Engineering. lie is a member of Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity. Franck, treasurer; Mrs. C. R. Wilson, assistant treasurer. An election luncheon will be held July 11 at the Officers' club, the regular date being changed because of the July 4.holiday. The luncheon will be sponsored by wives of the Air Force Base group officers and supervised by Mrs. Theodore S. Cutting. CARDINALS TO PRACTICE Schiff Cardinals baseball club of the Little League will hold a practice session Thursday morning at 8 o'clock at the Riverside park diamond. SOCIETY The WSCS of the Fletchers Lake Methodist church met recently at the home of Madeline Miller near Grass Creek with the new president, Effie Robbins, in charge. Mary Price gave the devotions, and Katie Gault presented the missionary lesson. The secretary, treasurer and flower fund chairman gave their reports, and program books were filled out. Margaret Sutton and Lelia Burton were appointed attendance leaders for the coming year. A white elephant auction was held, with Mary Price as auctioneer. Margaret Sutton was in charge of the program which included a musical number by Margaret and Patty Sutton followed by • games and contests. Refreshments were served to 17 members by the hostess. Plans were made for the losers of the attendance contest to entertain the winners June 13 at '7:30 p. m. —ft- Mrs. Everett Sims and Mrs. John Mangans were hostesses to the WSCS of the Onward church recently at which time installation rites were held for the following new officers: Mrs. Ed Brock, president; Mrs. Mangans, vice - president; Mrs. Ralph Lute, recording secretary; Mrs. George Julian, treasurer; Mrs*. Homer Bean, promotion secretary; Mrs. Oren . Garber, missions; Mrs. Harry Wilson and Mrs. Lowell Wilson, L.C.A.; Mrs. Bert Coblentz, literature and pub lications; student; Mrs.. Mrs. Charles Howard Julian, Wood, youth; Mrs. Duane Downhour, spiritual; Mrs. Floyd Rowe, children; Mrs. Joe Pownall, status of women and flower chairman; Mrs. Floyd Cotterman, supplies. Special letters were read from Rev. Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Simpson and Coblentz. All reports were given, and the secretary and treasurer . reported. A covered dish dinner was planned for June 23. All friends of the church are invited. The lesson, "Declare His Glory," was given by Mrs. Pownall, Mrs. Lutz and Mrs. Wilson. Rev. Carl Russell dismissed the group. Refreshments were served to 15 members. Cass County Chorus members were entertained by officers of the group Friday evening at the final session of the year held with Grace Kesser. During the evening the group practiced the song they would present at the Purdue Roundup Wednesday. Officers served ice cream, cookies and coffee to the group at the close of the- meeting. Concord Presbyterian church Missionary society will meet Wed- nesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Louise Buzbee. -#Logansport Court No. 4, Order of the Amaranth, will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the IOOF hall at which time the annual memorial service will be held. Officers are asked to wear white formals and gloves. There will also be installation of the remaining officers. All members are invited to attend. ' —A- Mrs. Don Davis,' 2302 High street, will entertain the Paix club Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. —ft— The quarterly meeting of St. Vincent Rosary society was held Monday evening at 6:30 in the.school hall with a covered dish supper. . Approximately 60 members at- tended the event which was followed by a short business meeting. Mrs. Rosanna Gear, president, conducted the session during which time three new members were introduced. They were TVIary Ann Weiss, Anna Surber and Helen Mae Russo. Msgr. Schall gave a short talk and closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. John Mem received the door prize. Ham, rolls and coffee for the supper were furnished by the committee: Mrs. George Bender, chairman, Miss Mary A. Latz, Miss. Effie Guckien, Miss Mary Donahue and Mrs. John Klein. The next meeting will be In October. . -*The WSWS of the North Third street EUB church met recently Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven at the home of Mrs. John Keplar with 13 members present. The lesson, "The Church Serves Children and Youth," was present, and special emphasis on "Youth and Childhood" was given by Frances Stamper. Scripture was read by Dorothy 'Leffert. A playlet, "A Committee's Views on Children and Youth," was given by Dorothy Leffert, Mary Ann Morris, Mildred Foutz, Frances Stamper, secretary of missionary education and children, and Grace Rice, secretary of youth work. After the offering was taken, the meeting was closed with prayer by Mildred Foutz. -#The regular meeting of the Walton Rainbow Assembly No 48 was held Monday at the Masonic hall with officers installed who wers not present at the regular installation. Merits were presented to those members. Church attendance was taken by Mrs. Hall. Refreshment committee for the next meeting was announced, and the chair prize was won by Rita Kunkle. Games wero enjoyed. The next meeting is Juna 24. -tt- The WSWS of the Fulton EUB church will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home o£ Mrs. Blanch Fred. —ft— The Ladies Eagle Booster club will irwet at 0 o'clock Thursday evening at the club rooms. Wheatland M.Y.F. Installs Officers Installation ol officers was conducted Sunday morning by the JMYF of tho Wheatland avenue Methodist church. New officers arc: president, Jane Linclley; vice-president., Walter Watts; secretary, Connie JSikel- benicr, treasurer, Gordon Wolf; Christian faith, Belli Might; Christian witness. Tom Wutls; Christum Outreach, Jack Cunningham; Christian citi/onship, Jean Nothor- cutt; Christian fellowship, Judy Clark; publicity chairman, Barbara Moore. .Officers held a council mooting Sunday evening at the church. They named committees for Urn MYF meeting Sunday evening, June Hi, at (i o'clock. The committees are as follows: worship aurvicuH. Ktntnni llurclin, Barbara Novak, Tom Watts, Sheryal LaDowell and Priscilla Carroll; entertainment, li a r 1> a r u Moore, Connie JOikelberner, Hurry Keect and Greg Stewart; refreshments, Susan and June Lindley, Kulhy Shufer, Susie Kite. Tho meeting closed with prayer by tho president. South Sea Motif Used By Sorority A South Hen Island paity was singed by this Sigmn I'hl Gamma Monday evening at the YWCA with new members us hostesses. Mrs. Junior Garrett, Mrs. Owen Oldham and the Misses Beverly llowell mid Shirley Holler were hostesses. A south soil motif was used in the decorations of the tables which featured sand, shells and lighted tapers. Favors were leis, and each place was marked with a ininiu- Uire suitcase. Iliiwiiiian music was plnyed nnd a contest enjoyed with Miss Marguret Lning and Mrs. Cussius Carr winning prl/.es. Mrs. Jack Coiner Won the door prize. Installation of officers will he held at the next meeting June 24 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Morri«, 3121 Crescent Drive. SOCIETY Circle 5 of the Calvary Presbyterian church will meet Thursday evening ul 7::iO o'clock ut the church parlors. -£Mrs. Cora JCellers, Tanguy street, enlerlivlnecl the (low Many chil) Tuesday evening with prizes going to Mrs. Alice Carver, Mrs. Flora McClurc and Kmmn Johnson. He- freshmcnls were served. Tho next meeting is with Mrs, Garvor. High (trect. EXCITING JUNE SPECIALS FROM THE FASHION SHOP'S HI-STYLED RESOURCES Late Spring Hats Values to $7.95 $9 Many colors and styles Cotton Terry Tee-Shirts Regular $1.00 77° Other items included Many Styles By Joyce Cotton Skirts $5.98 to $7.98 vol. ' Gay Colors Joyce's Confined Printa — found in more expensive skirts — stripes, prints and solid colors. An outstanding group of skirts. 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