Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1957 · Page 22
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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 14, 1957
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Bix Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune BRIDE OF RAYMOND D. MORROW YWCA DIRECTOR, HI TRI GIRLS TO ATTEND Y - TEEN CONFERENCE Mrs. Holland- Meinzer, executive | —Susie Long and Inter-club—Bun- director of the YWCA, will attend a Y-Teen State conference at Oak- Harrington Studio MRS. RAYMOND D. MORROW v/as Sux.ann Baher prior to the couple's marriage Sunday afternoon, June 2, at 1 o'clock during a double ring ceremony at St. I'aul's Lutheran church in Washington township with the Reverend Kf.-ilh Kinney officiating. The bride is tho daughter of Mr. a cummerbund panel of taffeta. and wide back Short 'tulle veils were secured to crowns of daisies centered with rhinestones. They carried colonial bouquets. The mother of the bride wore a powdered blue lace dress with white accessories while the bridegroom's mother selected a two- piece royal blue dross with white wood park, Syracuse, Indiana, and will leave Saturday, it was announced at the meeting ot the YWCA Board of Directors Wednesday evening. Eight local girls will attend with her. Mrs. Meinzer is in charge of the workshop for the entire conference, the theme of which "We Strive to Build." The eight girls attending the conference 'with Mrs. Meinzer will be Judy Shaff, of Washing- 1 ton Township Hi-Tri; Ellagay [ Noble, and Jane • Ann Mcinv.er, I Hi-Tri I; Kathy White, Joyce Hoi- Jingsworth and Sharon Hardin, Hi- Tri II and Carolyn Lowe and Kalhy Shaffer, Hi-Tri III, Mrs. Richard Camblin president of the board conducted the meeting during which time Mrs. R. S. McCord, program chairman of YWCA. activities, reported on the Ladies Day-Out program. There were flp women participating in the activities for this year and plans are being made for continuing the program next fall. Women In charge of the Ladies-Day-Out Classes were: Mrs. B. DcVoe, Advanced Bridge; Mrs. C. Newer, Beginning Bridge;'Mrs. Wm. Scivers, Basic Sewing; Mrs. W. Allen, Ceramics, and Mrs. Wm. Parkins instructed Slimnastlcs. New members oC the committee imd Mrs. U-onard liabur, of route accessories. Both wore red ro.se- 2, Walton, and the bridegroom is bud corsages. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morrow, of roule 5, city. Palms and baski.-t.s of white glad Mi ,-md garden flowers banked the ult.-ir where the couple was married. .Mrs. Marilyn Sailors, of Wal-' tl) ," ( , A reception was hold al the ' church basement which was decorated in the bride's chosen colors of orchid and white. The Ihrui tiered wedding cake was served guests from Chicago, Peru, Miss <lrut:a Medbwirn was maid' "•' of honor, and Miss Lois Morrow,' |U " Jr ' Ki.sltr ul lh'; bridegroom, of Twelve!' ^ Mile, was bridesmaid. Nancy Hin- were ny Easter. HI TRI IV President—Doris Winter; President—Barbara Carson; Vice Sec- BRIDE - ELECT OF LT. R. E. BELCHER retary—Jane Moyer; Treasurer— Kileen Tilley; Inter-club — Carol Myers and Beverly Tucker. WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP President— Judy Shaff; Vice President— Connie Shaff; Secretary — Pennie Kinnaman and Treasurer— Bonnie Berlet. Mrs. Hill presented the board with a check from the 8th grade' Lincoln Y teens ana the Y-teen committee to be applied to thei mortgage, and also announced I the appointment of Mrs. Keith Michaels to the committee which includes Mrs. Harold Ebey, Mrs. Lowell Long, Mrs. Everett Dalton and Mrs. Tom Bradfield. Sixty-eight groups, totaling 3,030 individuals have used the' Y facilities during the past months period, taken from May 8lh till June 12th. Mrs. Meinzer announced this was double the amount of people using the Y during the same month period last year. This was the final board meeting this season, the next meeting to be held in September. annuonced in the Mrs. Mary Batch, Rliey, Mrs. Betty James Hanson, bulletin were Mrs. Iluth Hull, Mrs. Mrs. Jenny Frosch and Mrs. Lester Knye. Mrs. F/lmer Hill, chairman of the teenage committee' spoke on the Hi-Tri's and stated that officers had been named and advisors year, chosen for the coining She also reported on the record Lutz. _ __ Miss kit:, niece iit \i\i7i,riiii:^'<"nm. Mai'-!? uusin " £ thc brido ' wu « ™<-'Upiton- ion, was flower girl. |' st Robert Jay lieall, of Twelve, Following a northern wedding Mile, was liest man, and ushers!'/'!', the couple is residing on a were-Konnie Dillman, cousin of the l)rid<:,';rtioni, of Twelve Milf:, and Mack Jiliiku, cousin of Indianapolis-. of the bride, (;iven in marriage by her father, th'; bride nppi.-an.-ii in u Kuwn t>! nylon tulle li'aturing a lilted bodice of Chamilly lace wilh long sleeves mid a scalloped .sabrina neckline uppliijiuid with pearls and irides- cuiit !i(:c|ujns. Tin: full .skirt of nylon tulle over satin fc-alurcd two rnwx <il Clianiilly lace in deep scallops to Uii! floor v/ilb a brush train in Jjark. 'fin: full circular fingertip veil of illusion was secured to a cap of Clianlllly lace d'!:;iij;Mcd wilh iillcriiali! rows of pearls anil Mcriuitis. She carried n cascade bouquet of nine's centered wilh an orchid. The attendants wore ballerina- leagth gowns of nylon sheer over laffda in a .soil urchii! xliiuli;. Tlic. liodico was hlilclHid mid featured Miss Troy, Fiance To Be Feted Tonight Mr. and Mrs. Kdw;ml A. Troy, of l!)27 Iliijb .-ilrei.'t, will fnlnrktin at an o]»Mi hcm.'ii; tonight in honor of their daughter, Kloanor Ann, luid her fiani'e, William Wayne I'ilipeager, who will bo married Saturday. The event will begin lit 8; 3V o'clock following wedding rehearsal. No iiiviliition.i have been Is- Kiii'tl, /UK! all [rit-ntln of lite couple Jire invilwl to allr.nd. Miss Troy has been tli» guest of honor al. .several bridal sliow- crs rert'iilly. Miss lleli.'ii Viney entertained at a liiieti shower for lier al Indiana University on May 3!l; Janet Wachtsletli-r was host(•«s (it n kitchen shower May K fit Ayrc.s* tearoom in Indianapolis; mid Miss 1'at McNamarn, of Peru, £;tv<; it mi.'it.'HJ.'ifuvJit.s shower Jiuui 11 at her home for the brido-clocl. hop which was held at tlje Armory under the .sponsorship oC the y-'IY'uu committee. Mrs. C'lialmeri lli-Tri officers mimed were: Mrs. Russell Blalie, Mrs. I III Till I Fiedler and Mrs. Mllfurd j President — Kllag;iy Noble; Marilyn (irus(inmeyer,| Vice President—Glenda flrahum; Secretary — .lanet Hichardson; Treasurer—Maggie. Strong and Jnter-club—Connie Ollerman. nr TRI n President — Barbara Khnw; Vice President — Kal.hy While; Secretary—Nancy Khnver; Treasurer—Nancy llnumi and Inlur- club—Barbar/i Booher. HI Till III President—Carolyn Lowe; Vice President—Kuren Klumpp; Secretary—Jean George-; TrcuHiircr Carol Joan Siferd, Russell Hanawalt To Marry In Fall Mr. and Mrs. Robert L-. Siferd, route I, cily, announce the engage- Iment and forlhcomiug marriage of their daughter, Carol Joan, to Allen II, Hanawalt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell JUmawall, of 17 West Columbia street, city. A fnll wedding is planned. Miss Siferd was graduated from Ihe local high school and l.he Michael Reese Hospital School of Nursing in Chicago where she is employed as a psychiatric nurse. Her fiance, also a local high school graduate, is employed by the RBM Manufacturing company. farm .south of Twelve Mile. The bride, a graduate ol the Walton high school, was formerly employed by the S. ,S. Krexgc company. Her husband, a graduate of the Twelve Mile high nohow), served with the Armed Forces in f!er- rriany and is engageil in farming. (Phanja-Tribuni! Kngraving]' Friday Evening, June 14. 1957. SOCIETY Helmet Temple No. 230, Pythian Sisters of Yourg America, will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. of P. hall. A committee will serve. Members are asked to note the change of meeting date. -#The Past Chiefs club, Pythian Sisters, will meet with Bertha Dial, 513 Eighth street, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A good attendance is desired. i —k- I W.W.M.B. Friendship lodge will! meet at the YWCA Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. A good attendance is desired. -A, ^^(•4 ^^ The Boonc township HD clubj met Tuesday afternoon at the Koy-| al Center library with 21. members! answering roll call. Devotions were given by Bertha House. Pointers on drivers' attitudes were given by Lola Hollis. The lessons on "Quick and Kasy" meals and "Uses of the Eleclric Skillet." were presented by Gavis Bridge and Lola Hollis. A report on the trip to the Veterans hospital at Marion-was given by Wilma Morpbel. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Lola Hollis, Ercel McComhs and Mary Coleman. Surprise Couple At Anniversary Party Mr. and Mrs. Russell Price, route 2, Walton, were guests of honor at a surprise parly at their home Wednesday, the event marking their 25th wedding anniversary. The couple has five children: Mrs, Cbarlolte Conrad, roule 2, city; George, Franklin college; John Harold and Arleen, a f home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Newport, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Newport and daughter, city: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen and sons, S(ar City: Miss Alice Beaver. Bloomington; Mrs. NelHa Strasser, and Mr. and .Mrs. Donald Conrad and sons, city. A phone call was made to Mrs. Price's brother, Carl Newport, al Fort Collins, Colorado. . ANNUAL SMALL UICUNION The annual Small reunion will ho held Sunday noon at Spencer park. ENGAGED—Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Biddlu, of Remington', [nil., announce the engagement and forthcoming innrrinKu of Ilieir daughter, Sir/.annc Jane, t.o Lt. Riduircl K. Jielcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Belcher, of .roule <1, Rochester. The couple will be married August II at Remington. Minn Middle was grndualed with the .11)57 class from Purdue University where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamnm sorority. Her fiance IN n 'Jllfili gnuituile of Purdue where he wns affiliated wilh Alpha Gamma flho fraternity. lie is presently serving with the lOtsI Airborne Division, US Army, at Fort Campbell. (Pharos-Tribune Kngrnving.) PENNEY'S FIRS T SATURDAY 9 to 9 LOGANSPORT'S COMPLETE AWMNG CENTER • Canvas • Fiber Gloss • Aluminum FREE ESTIMATES THE GRAY-MILL CO. 1302 E. Bdwy. Phone 3218 SUMMER CLASSES START JUNE 17 * GREGG SHORTHAND * TYPING \ * BOOKKEEPING * ACCOUNTING Complato Socrotarlal, Stanograplilc, Bookkeeping and Accounliny Courses. •jf Individual Progresi Method of Instruction •^ Fros Employment Service to Graduates. j Wo Invite you to visit the school for a discussion of your plans and la complete your arrangemunls to enter school. INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE Barnes Office Bldg. 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