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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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Six Logaasport. Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY DAV Auxiliary met Monday evening at the club rooms with Ruby Got'.schall, commander, in charge. Plans were made to hold a party at the State hospital June 26. Elsie Bushing, hospital chairman, announced that a party will be held at the hospital once a month for the next year. Verladine Taylor, Americanism chairman,'* talked on the Fifth Amendment. Juniors planned a wiener' roast at Spencer park June 27. Those attending the Stale Convention in Terre Haute and leaving today were Ruby Gottshall, Mollie Good, chairman of delegates, and Ida May Harrison. Mary Barnett won the door prize. The next meeting is June 24. Division 6, CWF, of the Ninth street Christian church, conducted an installation of officers Monday evening at the home of Mrs. P'-'Kgy Wilson with Mrs. Innabell Morrical assisting. Rhea Renkenberger, a guest, installed the following new officers: president, Mrs. Morrical; vice- president, Ruby Deitrich; secretary, Mildred Royer; treasurer, Florence Bickel; worship director, Edna Smith; study chairman, Lacy Moon; service director, Doris Simp- Eon; cards and flowers, Adine Conrad; publicity, Peggy Wilson. During the ;;hort business meeting, reports were made on the for- grjUfcn patient at the State hospital, and the program for the corning year wa.'; discussed. Hazel I Baptist Women's Missionary Society Installs Officers Officers were installed at the meeting of the Women's Missionary society of the Baptist Temple Wednesday evening at Ihe lower auditorium of the church. Hostesses were members of the Criswell and Martin circles with Mrs. Robert George and Mrs. Woodrow Smith acting as circle chairmen. Mrs. Robert Winerniller and Mrs. Donald Lutes conducted the installation service during which time the follownig were installed as officers of the Woman's Missionary Society for the next year: President. Mrs. Bernell Combs; first vice-president, Mrs. Dale Wickersham; second " vice-president, Mrs. Robert George; secretary, Miss Helen Beatty, and treasurer. Mrs. James Shidler. Also, Mrs. Robert Hargrove, vice-president of missions; Mrs. George Webb, vice-president of Christian service; Mrs. Roscoe Norton, vice-president of Christian Training; Mrs. Verna Holmes, chairman of Special Interest Missionaries; Mrs. John Martin, chairman of Love Gift; Mrs. Ivor Burrough, chairman of Christian Social Relations; Mrs. Carl Johnson, chairman of Family Life; Mrs. Robert Winerniller, Chairman of Leadership Training; Mrs. Donald Lutes, Chairman of Publicity; and Mrs. Clarence Dial, chairman of House Party. Circle leaders and their cochairmen for the coming year arc: Mrs. Crice Fitzgerald and Mrs. Lillian Whitehouse; Mrs. Frank Delia and Mrs. Wally Los ... . . . , . ! er; Mrs. Mel Chapman and Mrs, Xech conducted the worship scrv- Lo ' W(; ,| nmis . Mrs . Ue Kanlzcr Ice. Florence Bickel was In charge of the program on Southeast Asia. Thomas Young Refreshments were served. j-, Purily Rebekah lodge 127 will meet Friday evening al K o'clock for a business meeting. The com- rnitlee in charge will conduct the Memorial service and there will also be degree practice. All members of Ihe degree staff are urged lo attend. and Mrs. Walter McElhaney; Mrs. Woodrow Smith and Mrs and Mrs. Donald FORMER MISS MARY HINKLE Ra:;kel!j of frenh cut flowers enhanced the Onward Grange hall Tuesday afternoon when the On- v/ard Home Demonstration club entertained members of the Washington township group. Kuth Widncr opened the meet- in;', by reading a poem about Father and the history of the iiong of the month, "Tell Me Why" wa» read by Mary Wilson and suns by the group. Opal Helvlc led In the pledgcn to the flag and Helen Wllnon gave devotion;! entitled "The Mud Dobbcr". Famous IOVCTH were named In an.-iwcr lo roll call preceding Introduction ol visitora by the club presidents. Talks on decorations Including drape'! and floor covering wen: presented by John IJeWltt and Jack Keeder, of Uie C-olden Rule. Several piano selection;-, were played by Miss .Jane Mayo preceding a -"mock wedding" by the Onward club. Refreshments were served from u table centered wilh a wedding cake topped wilh a miniature bridal couple, Jn charge were I'.erthn Cotterman, Clara Gray and Josephine Iteed. The Niiomi Wi:.'ileyan Service Guild met Tuesday evening In Market street church parlor*, Clare Sturdivant, vlc:e-pre;:idenl had climv.e of the meeting. Ijovoliorm wcr<> given by Vivian Shaver and leniion w»;i given by J'al (Jauglicrfy. If. was voted to pay Ihi: nupply niiklriK and to contribute to Crlppl') Children Society. IloiilcfflfiB were Linda Mulln and Judy Whealon. lj« July aid. Lutes and Mrs. Helen Pipenger The meeting was called to or der by the president, Mrs. li Combs, wilh prayer by Mrs Donald Lutes. Mrs. Jiricc Fil/. gerald, who attended the Uaptis Women's House party at. Frank lin college for the first lime las week, wpoke briefly on her im presKiori:> of Uie three-day conference, and a talk was given by Mni. Klixabetb Blizzard wbn told of her experiences at Indiana Mother of the Year. A love gift service was held and gifts "brought forward at a special deduction service, Mrs. M. f,. Rubln.-ion and Mrs. Bernell Combs presided at the sliver tea and coffee services from either end of Ihe -lorvitiK 'table which wan covered wilh MISS MARILYN JANE BONNELL BRIDE OF HAWAIIAN IN PULASKI CEREMONY Miss Marilyn Jane Bonnell » d Alexander H. Chun were united in marriage during a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, June 2, at 3 o'clock at the Pulaski Presbyterian church with the Reverend Mayo Smith officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bonnell, of Pulaski," and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. L. I. L. Chun, of Wahiawa, Hawaii. . Mrs. - George Cloud, pianist, played bridal selections and accompanied Harold Budd who sang "With This Ring I Thee Wed," "Because", and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a ballerina- length gown 'of embroidered net over taffeta fashiorved with a bouffant skirt, short sleeves and a square neckline. The hemline wa edged with scalloped, and white silk embroidered mills came to bridal points over 'the hands. Her fingertip veil of illusion was secured to a flat headpiece of lace and seed pearls. She. carried a bouquet made of three white or- chitH Miss Mary Olive Boardman was maid of honor, attending in a Geda May Donald L. Smith Wed In Home Rites The Reverend Edgar Allen of the First Assembly of God church officiated at the marriage of Geda May Jones and Donald L. Smith Saturday evening • at 8 o'clock. The double ring ceremony was read at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Jonas, of 40/8 Shultz street. The bridegroom is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Smith, of 207 South Third The rites street, were ' read under an archway which was baskets of peonies Hanked with and hucklu berry. Mrs. Anita Hellyer, sister of Ihe bride, was matron of honor, and best man for his brother was Danny Smith, 207 South Third street. The bride was attired in a Iwo piece suit of light blue fashioned with three quarter length cuffed sleeves, white pearl buttons and Thursday, Evening. June 13, 1957 JAY BERKSHIRE AND BRIDE Harrington Studio. MR. AND MRS. JAY WILLIAM BERKSHIRE are rcsidiiiR at 807 1 * Harrington Studio MRS. DALLAS K. DONLEY was Miss Mary Lou Hinkle prior to the couple's marriage during a double ring ceremony Thursday evening, .June «, at 0:.'W o'clock at the Third streel EUI3 .church with the Reverend Jamc« Campbell officialing at the ritcH before an altar banked with pink and while, carnations. The bride is UK; daughter of Mr. and-Mm. Thaddius Hinkle, of route 2, Camden, and Ihe bridegroom K Ihe lion of Mr. and Mr«. Theodore Doriley, of Charleston, Wet)l an Kcra 'ace dwtli and t«nlcral with a low cryslal bowl filled with fretih cut. pink and while roses, and flanked on either .fine with tall tapers in cryntal holders. Thin hi the lanl meeting of the summer and the next meeting will be held in September. Virginia. The bride wao allcnded by her '(intern, Mrs. Maxinu Young, roule 4, Monticello, matron of honor, and MiHti Nancy Ja;ie Jllnkle, route 2, Camden, flower girl. Robert D. YOUIIK soi'vcd Ihe bridegroom as bent man, and unli em were John Massey and Rus- jicll 'J'ornperl, both titalioned at the Jiunker Hill Air Force bime. Till) bflde appeared In a bailer- i bulge sheath dress wilh mutch- ng accessories. The couple < parted on a wedding trip to the southern states where they will visit thu bridegroom's.family. The bride is a graduate of Ihe Dcc-r Creek high school and Is employed with Ihe Joe Herd Insurance, company. Her husband, a grudualc of Ihe Sherman high jjthool, Charleston, V/csl Virginia, served In the Korean conflict and la an Airman First class, stationed at the Hunker Hill Air Force Utise. mlleri-na-length rgandy with gown of white blue embroidery over taffeta. A panel of blue ta-f- 'ola Blended from the waistline n bride Lo the hemline-. She wore a ptaiAed blue headpiece, short while white' The Yim, mills and orchids, ri-ng bearer four-year-old carried .two « wa.i Paula daughter of Bethlehem HDClub To Entertain Marion Veterans On July 5 Plans lo cnlerlaln velurans al. Ihu Marion hoHpllal July 5 were made at Ihe WciliKmtlny afternoon meeting of Ihe Bethlehem lowmthip Dr. and Mrs. George Yim, of T,a- fayoll/e. She wan gowned in a baby blue organdy drain with a flowered hend piece and carried Hie rings on a white silk hoarl-shaped pillow. Best man was Edward Chun, brother of the bridegrixwn, ol Cambridge, Massachusetts. Ushers wore Marion G'ri.st and Hubert Jenkins, of Pulaski. The altar whore the couple was married wn.s banked with seven brunch candelabra, pulm-s aiu >asl«!li of white summer flowers a slimskir-t. Her accessories wcrc; BnLes st| . uut| cily _ fo i] I)W j ng their mnrriaKe Friday afternoon, May 24, while and her corsage wa.i of red at the pnrsolla g e O f Hie Reverend Virden Graham in Bumettsville. rosebuds. Her pearl Jewelry was M - r _ a|K | Mrs Raymo]K i DeWitt, of route 1, Gnlvcslon, arc th« blue princess style dre-ss, in white, designed with a a gift of the bridegroom. The madron of honor wore a navy piped full .skirt and lucked bodice. Her accossovias were white and her corsage was of red rosebuds. The mother of the bride .selected a dress of black and while Iwecd pattern accented w-Hh .silver and rcal.uiii.ng a draped collar laced with black vcl.ycl ribbon. She wore beige acces-sorlus. Tho bridegroom's) mother chose a gray, pink and while printed dress parents of Ihe bride who was Miss Sharon DeWilt prior la her mnr- :iage. The bridegroom is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Berkshire, of roule 1, Royal Center. A sister of Ihe bridegroom, Mrs. Bill Knmmc, Hoyal Cviilcr. allcnded the bride ns malron of honor, and a brother of Ihe bride, James DeWill. 1107 Hates si reel, was best man. AllendiiiK ili c ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Berkshire and daughter, Honda, Mrs. Dill Krnning and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pufnhl, all of Royal Center; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DeWitt, Russell Scott, of (lalvcslon; and .lames DeWH/t, cily. The bride Is a IDS? graduate of the GalviV.on high school anil iJ with goi'cd scooped neckline ' u-nd skirl. Her accessories wore beige. Uolh wore red rosebud The mother of the bride n light blue princess .stylo uro&s with white iiceosstirle.s and n while orchid corsage:. The. orchids were gifts of Liu; bride- Itratim'.i family and wore sent from Hn.wf.iJi. A rocuplton was held In Uvi church basemen!, where A reception was held al the home of Uic bride's parotids for 40 guests following the ceremony. The lace covonetJ serving table was centered with n three Uered wedding cake trimmed with plnli •rosebuds and lopped with a miniu- j>i'iik ployed at llio Golden llulo. Her Royal Center high school and is serving with llio U U'haros-Tribiii Ruby Louise Tucker Becomes Bride Of husband is a 111S-1 graduate of tha US Navy. ne Kn Charles L. Clerget Mi.f.s Ituby Louise Tucker Kernersvillu, N. C., of and Chai'les Leroy Clei'Kel of Monlicullo ex- nupUnl vows In a double- ing lablt; wiis decora-led In while; wore; lure brldul couple. Lighted tapers flanked the cak<:. Mr.i. Grace West, eoii.sln of Ihe bride, of Kewanna, cut the cuke; Mrs. Carol Harvey, sister of the bridegroom, cily, served, along wi'Ji Mary Jones, cousin of the :>ride, cily, The couple is r.e.sidi:ig nl !)()7'A home dumonslnillon club al lhe| (im | centered with n Ihreo llered home of Olinrlollu Marly. wedding wiko lopped with a tni-nl.-i- Mm. Virginia Craln reported on Nex.1 meeting will Grace KvanKellciil Lutheran women of Ihe church mot MOII- «lay iii;;ht In the church parlors witli opunlrw duvolionii tfiv- tn by Mian Uorln Wolf. Tlii- InwIncHii meeting wu» in charge of Mn>. Don Nor/.lmikay, jirwiiilcnl. The report of Uici vlllit- Inc committee wan givwi l>y Mm. Hubert Wolf. The group vol(;<l " don.-, lion of Vl», wn lo help defray expense:) for two Luther League) rnernlient lo attend thn NutinmJ LuDier League Convention In' tie bel'l AiiKUiit 12-17 in Kantian City, Al the clone of Iho buslnosn wsniun the sound film "Jerusalem" wan whown. I'linlor liner tlien Kpulte to the group concerning tin- Lutheran EvnngellH/ti Minion lo be held In thin nrm. K'-pi umber H« to Ocloher 4. Tho meting wad cloned wllli Ule watchword, Refrcnlunentfl wero nerved by tlie nodal committee-. , —ft— June »!lh wan annoiinciitl on tho dale for Ihe annual picnic by Daughters of Isabella at a meeting Tucfulay cvunlntf In the K <j| C. hall. Klnnl plans were mado for llio Thursday evening pnrly for lhc three parochial Hchonl eighth Kradti grndiinleii anil Ihfi clmrl'tr wan druped for a deceased member, Mr.t. Pauline Kluiirl. Monticello Teacher . Weds Brookston Man In Church Ceremony Mi-is Carolyn Jean I'roliasco and Kcati Kvan Robinson of Hiooknlnn were united In marriage Sunday afternoon at the Jackiion Heights Melhodl.'il clnireb near Wor.l I'olnl. The Heveriftid K. J. Crocker officiated in the double ring ceremony. The bride Is Ihe daughter of Mni. J. Sherman I'robniico of West J'uhil and Mr. and Mi'n. Clareiii:e (',. I(obiiii;on of lirookiilun are the parcnln of the groom. Ml:i.'i Hoverly Howiiher of Monticello WIIM Ihe organist mid Wlllbirn Martin of Kimhvllle- sang traditional bridal nelecliimi!. Minn Pj-obaiieo, escorted lo Ihu altar by her brother, W. Robert J'rob;i;jr:«, W'-.-il I'olnl, w«;i ;itllri'il In a ballerina-length gown of hand- cll|)[ied rone point Chnnlilly lace over taffeta, Minn Agrien Andrei:;', of l/a- fayclte wa;i tho maid of honor and hrldoitmnldn were Minn Ann Rohinnon of ISrooloilon and Mr;i. John H.'irker of Montleiillo. Slmrl Leigh Rohliuion ol lirookiiton wan Ihe flower girl and Hill Ilruti of Strealw, III., wmi (be I'ln/; fwmror, Robert G. ItobhiHon of Brook- filon, tiie grooni'n lirother, wan the bent man and nnhern wero John Haricot 1 , Montleello; Dun An- lurnon, lirookulon; Kennetli liynni, Went I'olnl; and David Mi-harry, Vlngale. A reception In Hie country home jf Ihe bride';! mother followed Ilia :;orcrnony. Thn lifliln In u uriutuuli) ol Jnck«on lownnhlp high /ichiiol and I'lirdun iinivornlty. Slic teachen •lorno econoirili.'n nnd jihy:ilcnl edu- ::iillon In Monlleello high xchool, arid III a member ol Trl Knjipa «or- orlly anil Iho I'.I'W. The brldegrooiM, n gradiiitln of _ , ,11 i I'll It. VII>;JHIU vyiiiui i uiiui njvj uu "?:l C .!. 1 !!h h .!f"T' 1 " l: , n . y ',? n ,,!'"! "."I!, the trip lo Marlon, a.sklng that all members planning to al.lend but driving mnel at !):.')() p.m. al. Imported rosepolnl lace over satin, fashioned with a sweelhcaii neckline and long lapcri/iK wli.'oves. A pephim of lace exlended into Ihe bouffant nkirt denlgned with lace panels and nylon tulle. Her elbow- lengtli veil of (.-'rench Illusion, edged with lace, wan secured to a queen's crown of need pearls and ncqiilnn. She carried her mother's family lilblu lopped wilh a lavender orchid. Mni. Young attended In a turiiuiilni: );;ilh.rlnn-l«/ifith gown <>t nylon cbllfon over taffeta, accented with » wide cummerbund of nylon chiffon. The bodice featured appllt|ued lace over satin and wnn Kant Kro.'idwuy. For more cle- nol IW4 tailed Information, merrilicm may eall Mr.'i. Craln, Mrs, Lui.'llle Cof- flng or Mm. lOleannr Mikesell. Mni. Craln also ri!(|uexli!il lhat mernbors not lo Marlon trimmed with pearl.i. Her malelilni'. and seed headpiece should give their cooldes lo a member Inking Ihe trip. She also talked on plans for the club trip Ibis fall. Mrs. Mlllun Crist opened the wilh tho collect, mid Mrs. Gcorg/inr) JMckenn led the pled; (toll cull wan aniiwurud with memory of fiilher." wedding .lire bridal couple. Siren triers fnsU ended wilh biiby orchids were ncliid from large while w-i.'d- bell-s over the I able. liaby ding 'iredlds wore rru»iU on the plneoxl l./iblo. In nrnini-',e Nirt'lh .street. Both llm bride bridegroom nUendcd Ihe local school. The latter .served with tile US A-ir Ferei; inid i.s employed al. ring ceremony Sunday afternoon al the Bedford Presbyterian cluirch with the Itevorend Herman K. Dirks officiating. The bride is the dmighlcr of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Tucker of Kenu-rs- vllle and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Cleri;et of roule .'I, Monlicfll'). nrt 1 lhi. v pnrenls of Ibe groom. Mrs. Knlph Miller, orgauisl, prc- sctiled Iriidilioniil bridal nirs and Russell liundy sung three nelnc- lions. 'I'he Ibe l,u Mrs. her d-aug her homo Slate hospllal. Jones gave a shower lor Friday evening al chose r of lace i and was escorted lo the altar by her brother, Kvcri'U Uixon Tucker of .Salisbury. N. C. The bride':; sliid-r, Mn. Marvin Crulchfield, of Kernersvillu was Iba mnlron of honor. (June Colemnn of .vrnrlinsville was the best, man nnd ushers were John McCarthy and llicbnril Turner. A reception in the church base- nient followed Ihe ceremony. Re- ceplionisls included Miss Marilyn Clergel, Miss li.slher Hoims, Delphi Diihleiiburg, C'.lndys Ponlo. Mildred Hnkur nnd Nnncy Clergot. The couple will be at. home ut Il22'.-i North Illinois street. Till- bride is vticnl mu>ic leui'lier In ili« Monticello (iliinu-nliiry grndes. She was gradiiali'd from liie (Jolfnx. N. I'., high school, Junior College nl M;irion and formerly Inin-'bt at Morociii. She is :i inciii- n-r dl tin; i-'irsl. Clirislltm diurcli Mr. Ki'ndunlo oi . Monlicello biKb school mid recently from I'unlua a deijree tinivirreily. were .served by Ihe Newman G-u-lld iiocloly of Mie church, Tho hi'ld<3 In « I OK! Ri-ndualt; o Ihe 'I 'ula.sk I dlKh'xchool, iHiwid-ed iwo yiinr.H ai I-iidlnna StnUr Teiu.-h- co!l<*ne, nerv(!il one lomihlp ill HI. year In- doipllnl Toc.liuoIoKliil . employed (us Medical in the clinic of Dr II. wati aluo p would announced thai, I lie enlerluln tho 4-H MoKiiddon In llor iMiHband !;i a tintlvo of u'll-lttwiill and i« now sliidyltiK For I'll,!) d(»gr-i.M> In I'biirmiicy al f'urdiKi l/tilvcrslly. n short wedding trip, 1'I.AN TWKf.VK MII.K DIUVK TWl';ijVIO M.I.I,K—Mornborji o tint Uoroi club will m«ut ul the conimunlty building Friday p.m. in .tollcll funds for of Ihe proposed medical liulldlnK lor Uil.'i community. An (txtlinatcd $11-10,000 In fundi iti nuudud tor cxmHlruclloo. wnn heart-iihnped, nnd her hou(]iiel was a cuiicade urrangemenl of plrik carnations, A powder blue gown of Identical ityle wan worn by Ibe fluwur girl. She carrlisd u banket of flower •lelalu, and wore a floral head- liecii. Tim rnollier of the iirltlo wore a .wu-plecu drenii of pink bemborg lower print accented wilh a niivy liuiler nnd iriiitclilng accciiinorleH. Her flowcrn were pink ciirnnlloiin. Kollowlng Ihe ceremony a recep- llon wnn held III the church banu- O.-nlerliiK Iho nerving tfible wan n throw llered wedding calte wll.h a mlnbilure brldnl couple. Hoiiteniiuii wore Mrn. Ar- menbi Rangel nnd Mliis Audrun Schlomicr, city, nnd Mini) Cone, Wlnaintic, l''or Iravullnit Ihe bride nolc.cled Hrooknton high iichool, nerved twd yearn In the army and l« now engaged in fiiririinii nuar Hrooknton j/jfli) nl Itlvorxldii park July JOlh at I:M p.m. Mri). I'lckeiiH K"ve llio leHiion on Ilealtd and Safely durlnji wtilcd time who HlriiHiintl Die liri- [inrlaace of vaclnnlloiii. and HbowliiK courluiiy In drlviiiK, Mrs. l'!ll'/.abel.h Rupo nave Ihe ruporl, from lliu Hummer Council concerning imrxonal mitdlciil eardn which are carried, al. all Union and Uie uroup vol.ed lo order Ideiio cardii for Ihu club mem- berii. Tde mooting cloned wilh Ihe Ml'/.pnh . flet:(ilvliif( prl'UM during the no clal hour were Mm.'Claru Jllnkle, Mrn, IOII/,abel.h Iliipu and Mm, Grace (.'union. JUtfretilimealM were nerved to Hie xil memberti and jjiietilH by the donUiHti and fvlni. Cbarlollo JOarly, Mm. l.'lckenc and Men. lleiio Plckimti. 1.1m couplu will rostdo In West Iy»- fay-ullo. ANNUAL JULY HI'KJNfON Tlixi ;K»(,li nmiual roiinlnn of Ihe Julian fiunily will l>« deld nl. Die Monlliajllo purk Sumlny, JIIIHI :il). Opon stock In th* following patterns:— AMCRICAN-COlON'C-CHINTi. CENIURy-CVNTMIA-HCATKCIl. 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