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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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Edit Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY The Friendly Circle class of the Baptist Temple will hold a family picnic dinner at Fairview park Sunday noon. Members are asked to bring a picnic basket and table service. A meat dish will be furnished. All members are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Brice Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young are in charge. ..> v The Homemakers HD club will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mary Dunn, 1905 Spear street. Gladys Gifford is co- •hosiass. Members are asked to •wear summer sports clothes. j v Jewel Rebekah lodge 541 will meet Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock for a dinner at the IOOF hall. Those attending -are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Ice tea will be furnished by Mrs. Evelyn Smith. Lodge will begin at 8 p.m. A good attendance is de-sired as there will be no meetings in July or August. —h- A regular meeting was conducted by the Who's New ciub re- _cently at the YWCA parlors and "dining room, ,Mr.s. Verner Hcd- •lund conducted the business meeting at which time plans were made for a children's picnic Thursday, June 27, at Riverside park. The merry-go-round be available for the children from 11 a.m. to noon. Refreshments were served at -the close of the meeting and get- acquainted games were enjoyed, Mrs. Robert Pierce conducting. Guests were Mrs. James Welborn, Mrs. Clarence Cobb and Mrs. Joe Brubaker. Hoste.s.se.s were Mrs. Jerry Parker and Mrs. Don Kam- pc-nga. _ ~f j — >t^^ The Women's Union of the Rockfield Christian church met at the home- of Mrs. Ollie Sev/ard near L>cf:r Crf:','k recently. Mr.'!. Jo Greg;; gave the lesson. •Secretary-treasurer reports were read. Refreshments were served to nine guests by the hostess. The n'.-xt meeting i.i July II at the home of Mrs. Gregg. Mae Brothers will be the leader. _y, _ The Missionary socic-iy of the BurnettsviHe fiaplisl church met at the home of Goraldine Crich- fk.-ld recently. Devotionx were given by Nellie May Scott, Jenninc. bel Bowman and Opal Sisson, along with others' reports. A reception for the minister and his family was planned for Friday, June 21 along with the Bible school program and birthday supper. Following benediction refreshments were served to eleven members and one guest. Door prize was awarded to Grace Johnson. Next meeting will be with Edith Wade. -&Mrs. Charles Bowen and Mrs. Mike Farmer were hostesses to the Dorcas class of the Main Street Methodist church at a. meeting Wedneseday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Florence Saxon was in charge of devotions and opened the meeting with prayer and .a scripture reading. The group sang "Wonderful Words of Life" and also "What A Friend' We Have in Jesus". Mrs. Saxon also gave a paper written by Dr. John Holland and a poem, "A Breath of Prayer". The devotional period closed with the singing of "Blest Be the Tie That Binds" and the repeating of the Lord's Prayer. The business meeting was taken over by Mrs. Charles Whiteman, vice-president, during which time regular reports were read and the roll call answered by nineteen members. Plans were made for a picnic in July and Mrs. Jennie Sanders closed the session with prayer. Refreshments were served from a table centered with a bouquet ot fresh cut flowers 'O2ZZO21S "World Literacy" Topic At Meeting "What Js World Literacy," by Margarel D. Miller, a Liberian missionary, v/as presented as the topic at the Wednesday meeting of the United Lutheran Women's Organization of St. Luke's church at the home of Mrs. Raymond I£t- nire. Following 'the devotions and a shori business meeting, the topic was presented in the form of a playlet by Mrs. F. K. Van Allen, assisted by Mr.s. B. L. Stroup, Mrs. Gf/ldie Chase and Mrs. Goidie Shedrun, The~aim of the topic w;is to impress on members the need to train Christian literacy workers so . llliner and Maetina Kisser v/ith j 'hat evangelism and world literacy Klht-l McVay at the piano. The k-.-i.son, "The li':Wu," given by I-Jstella Clark. showed slid« and cliidins: a Mormon She a display in- Bible. a new version Hil.lo, an oid family P.iblc, a Hebrew and a Greei Bible. Gladys Shaffer read a poem. Dorothy Haskias and Kstella Clarke gave reports of the recent parly. Gcraldine Crichficld may be synonymous. During the social hour, refreshments were nerved to IS members. The July meeting will be at the church parlors with Mildred Donhowe as hostcsji. Secretaries Name New-Committees Standing cormnltlcon fur the year road\hV'minuIe'.rami''riutir'Rei'ffi wero mmeA al " IC mooting of L'- Kave the treasurer's account. Jloll! An « ulll(; .chapter of the National call was answered with the najnc! >Scc " jtur ' c * * "" of a tree in the Ijible. The love gift offering will be Hivon in July. A loiter from the J'^.il.'ilde Chrislian center, Iridiun- apcli.s, WOK rend, and a motion •wai made lo ncnd $5 lo the center. Alva Cree VIM in c-har;!o of the busiri««i! meeting. Gol-v/ull cards v/«re *cnl lo John Srnoyor, Marilyn Crurnctt and Vern Holcornb, Ajisocialion Monday evening. This fir.sl meeting of the new fiscal ywir wa« conducted at the city building. Mrs. Maryullen Thornton, preiil- dent, announced the standing com- miUcen for the coming year. Pro- RnimH • — I. p '}ea;Kir Sbau#bJKWjey, chairman, LfiNila Lcwellyn, Mary (!run/lnj(i:r, Sully Marlcnn, Char- I'jnf; Joncn; Kducation — Martha Dromp[), chninnari, Mary Allen A birthday card was iscnl to Mr:i. Caldwell, Jndiimu UavJilHoji; MBIII- Kli/.abelh Smalley at UK; JniJiunaiburnhlp—Vclda M.-iyhtmli, chulr- !H;j|)lL'il Home, Zionavilli;, I'raycr by Mrs. Margaret llrasknl cln.ied tin: rni.'t-lin;;. lt<;fre.':hinents were served to 20 •women and one fluent. The Friendship c!a» of the Mar-l ;:lreel Mc'lhodi.-il church con- In the church parlorn Wednesday ufturnuon with thirty-four and two ^,uentf atlend- fJucstn ;il the meeting were MIB« I>unna Lintl'iu and Master )ion/iJc -WeMauxht. The mia-Ung wan opened by the vicrr-fjrc.Hirlen!., Mrn. Mydie Tucker und demotions given by Mrr,. Myru Gurdon <>» "Hand.i". Kcporls of various cummillee* vicrc. heard anil II wu;i vnted lo hold a picnic July J7th at Kiver- nido piirk v/ilh u covered ilbih dinner iti I./H: nn'in hour for all member.-) of the claH.'i, Muat, rulin und noft drinks will be fiinii»hcd liy Hie cnmmlUce. Members are askud In take a cov- triil di«h ;uii| t.-ibli; 'iiirvlce. Thi; mcelin;.; v/a.'i Ihen turned over to th« ho.'i'.Bi!! 1 .!!, 1 !, Flyra Mc<;lure, Ivii Kvans, Alda llyrl, \jn\- ti'; (;lay and Mlnriii: Swafl/.. Mr.-i, JJell UMX xnv: ;i rearflnij iun.1 the Hroiip jiilned In »liu:ing "Illent Hi; the Tie that Hindu." Kefre. )itnenl;( wore servtii by the hn'il<--,,'!e.'i and a curd wiw K\Hn<:(t by nil pre-XTit for the lire.'.ident. Mrs. Kleanor Dearie, who I.-, in a Cincinnati, Ohio, hoi!- pilal. The ciimrntlleK for the . July mcfitlnx will he Mrn. Dnttlo Me Clii.-iky. Mm. Hell llu.sn, .Mrn. Sl- lo-( I'altun, Mm. llaxcl I'utchell ami Mrn. (Jharlc's Hojikltia. _ ^ _ The WSCS of'liethei MulhixJInl church of Clay lowmihlp met with Mm. Kdltli Diivlduon Wwlnraduy afternoon, with president llortenne KliiiiKhlon, In uliarK«. Salute to the flag wan led by Mm. Leonii Itmlcllff, The prcnident jliivo two rending and a prayor niiil devotions were led by Mrn. Kdith Cook. The knnon wan given by Killlh Cook, a.iiilKled by Leona nodcllff imd Klhcl Angle, Tho Lord's 1'niy- er was nlvcii In unlnon and the liymn "Slcpplni/ In Tho I.U;ht" w.'in »iinn. (lepii.-U of Mjcrctary •nd trcusuror were given by Ma- man, Joan Hann, Miirg.'irct KuHun; WayK and Meami—Mary Lou Gentry, chairman, Anna Marie Conroy, Mary I'lcrce; By-Laws—Mary Young, chairman, Indiana David- fwn and Publicity—Anna Marie C'onroy, chairman. Mary Gnni/lnger will iillond the National Convention lo be held In St. Louis, July 17 through llm 20th, an delegate of the local chapter. Reunion Calendar DYKKMAN Sunday, June 2.1, C. T. Kinnuy Itnuiilu'i 'Annual) Went end of I'n- vlllon and 'J. South lublcn In the Urce»B'*«y—Nwon, Sunday, June 2.1, Airfield and Alheil Kuunlon. Kant end of pu- vilion and 'I, North tables in the Hree./cway—• Noon. Sumlay, <lunn 2,'J, Kdly ){i;iinlun, Tablet! 1, 2, 3, and 1 in this old Pavilion—Noon. Sunday, June 2fl, Jon!in & Fleming Reunion, Tuble.n !i, I), 7, & II In HID old J'avlllon—Noon, Sunday, June 2:1, Arnolt Shleliln fuirilly, 12:30 p.rri, rilVKItHIKK I'AKK Sunday, June 2.'), Orison He- union, I'uvlllun and Tabluii No. 1 & No. 4, Noon, Ht'KNVRK J'AICK Sunday, June 2:1, Kalke« Reunion'. Annual), Shelters No. 1 & No. 2, Noon, SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday 7:,'X) p.m.—Kxuet club, Mm. Helen Slulls, II p.m.—St. Jo.'ieph hiwpllal Auxiliary, al hospllal, « p.m.—Naomi Shi-lnc Nu. », IOOF hull. Friday All-day—Doer Crook Irrwnxhlp War Mothers, Unit W), Mm, Ella Crockett, Noon— Ctm county Council of Fodoralfid Club*, lilvcr/ilrlo park. HIItLK HCHOOI, TO CI.OHE llio Muln ulrect Mulhodljil church will conclude I to Hlblo .ichonl ul 7;Srt u,rn. Runtlny, The nvoruRo nllondance per day linn been 52 children with H helper/I. A picnic will he held by lh« nchool Friday noon at llio church. Four WSCS Circles Of Broadway Church Convene Wednesday The four circles of the Broadway Methodist WSCS conducted individual meetings Wednesday afternoon. ESTHER The members of the Esther Circle met at the home of Mrs. Georgia Olson, 900 Twentieth street with Mrs. Hazel Keener as j assistant hostess. The business meeting was eon- ducted by the chairman, Mrs. Olson, who gave a report on the recent executive board meeting of the Circle. The secretary's report of the] previous meeting was read by Mrs. Keener and the treasurer's account was given by Mrs. Edna Grove. Mrs. Rita Kearns offered prayer after which Mrs. Esther Beatty gave the devotions, her subject being "The Anchors We Can Cling To." She gave the following four "Anchors": belief in God, belief in Christ, belief in the Bible and belief in prayer. The lesson was given by the newly appointed president of the W.S.C.S., Mrs. Inez Julian. The lesson was "Our Christian Missionary Program", "Needs for Deepening Our Faith" and "Evangelism in a Changing World." A discussion of the lesson followed after which refreshments were served by the committee. A convalescent card, signed by all members present, was sent to Mrs. Glen Fairman. who is ill In Cora! Gables, Florida. A collection was taken for the Sunshine fund and the meeting adjourned. There will be no Circle meeting in July and August and the meeting In September will be held at the home of Mrs. Muriel Wcser, assisted by Mrs. Mahel Mull and Mrs. Ed Hershherger, • The program will he in charge of Mrs. Margaret Wnolpcrl. KEHECCA-IIACIIKL Twenty-three members of the! Rebecca and Rachel Circles of the Broadway Methodist church visited the Methodist Memorial Home at Warren, Indiana, Wednesday. On the way to Warren the group slopped at Honeywell Memorial in Wabash for lunch. They were taken on a conducted lour of the different buildings of the home including the chapel. A now hospital addition Is being built and It will be called the Souder hunpll.ul In honor of the executive minister In charge, The Hev. U. C. Souder. Miss Myrtle Castle, who formerly was organist al thu Hrondway Methodist church now resides «l the home and nhe welcomed the group. Cards, with n picture of the homo were given to each visitor. The next meeting of the Rebecca Circle In September will be held at the home of Mrs. Klsle Spencer iiK.iiHl.crJ by Mrs. Alice Welch and Mrs. Anna Hunt. The next, meeting of the Itnchel Circle will bo held with Mm. Blanche McMlllim on College Hill. KUTff The Kulh Circle met nl Ihn farm home of tin: chairman, Mrs. Karl Moorii, in Clinton township. A covered (Huh dinner wu.s nerved at tin: noon huiir to the twelve members and nix iiiienl.li attending. The program opened with the devollonal cluilririiin, Mrs, Mabel Tlminonn giving an limpfrjitlurinl talk on "Whiit the Hlblo Muarm to U,'i" imd cloKliij; with u prayer. Tlio Hecrelnry'n roporl WMK raid !>y Mrs. Helen llyet'H preceding the Siinxlilnn collection Inkon by j Mm, Kffle Tucker In the abiienco , ul Mr«, KVII .Soybold, who i)i III, MrH. AjjneK Spahr and filntcr, Minn Mary |Iarwoti<l, who world,' nl [,/ilco Bluff Melhodliit Ch'Udreii'w home In Illinois. KUVB tho |inj|/.ram cnlllk'ii "I'oern.'i und I'loworn," Mi'M. Spalir rend a poorn while Mltti! Harwood iihowod idlileii I. n l( !) n In CyprwiH Gardens, Chicago, Waiihliifjlon, D.C., uml Cuba. The program cloned wll.li colored pleUireit being nhiiwn nti Mrn. Spiilir remi the piiern, "Morning und KvenlnK." Thr; ni«t meellnj; will bo In September wlih Mm. KVH Seybold.. BRIDE-OF FREDERICK R. HARRELL Miss Betty Johnson Guest Of Honor At Pre-Nuptial Shower Miss Betty Johnson, bride-elect of. James Carney, was honored al .... , ,, , ,, a bridal shower recently at the! ™ e bnde j s tle ^ f -1 r Anoka church with ladies ol thei and Mrs - More and G. Smith of WSCS as hnsfpsws Montgomery, Alabama, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Garrigan, of Winamac. Thursday Evening, June 20, 1937. LT. GARRIGAN WEDS SOUTHERNER IN MILITARY RITES AT WEST POINT The marriage of Miss Catherine Mae Smith and Lt. Thomas Philip Garrigan was solemnized at Holy Trinity Catholic Chapel, U. S. Mil- , . . , -------- r itary Academy, West Point, New August 15. York, at 10 o'clock Saturday morn ing, June 8. the first of July. He is ID report for duty at Ft. Benning, Ga., where he has been assigned for Paratroop and Ranger training. The Nuptial Mass was celebrated and the double ring ceremony read by the Rt. Rev. Monsisnor Joseph P. Moore, pastor at West Point. MISS MARY EMMA WALSH will become the bride of Frederick Rowland Harrell during a ceremony at 4:.1() o'clock this afternoon at the homo of the bride's parents In Shaker Heights, Ohio, with Or. Robert Blakesley officiating at the rites. The bride-elect is the daughter r>[ John H. Walsh,, of Shaker HeixhlK, and the la'.e Esther Watkins Wii.'sh. The bridegroom's parents are Mr, nr.d Mm. Fred K. Harrell, also of Shaker Heights, former residents of this cily. Mrs. Hurriill is the former Serene Rowland of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Don Harrell, aunt and uncle of the bridegroom, reside ul .'115 fourth street. The couple will exchange vows In thu bride's home where her mother and father were married. While flowers will provide a setting fnr Iho ceremony. Oriinn mu- »lc will bij played by Jock Darllnx, of the j'lymouth Congregational church. Mm. Albert Seyler, Muter of the britle-elect, of Shaker HelghlH, will l)« rmi!.rr>n «f honor, «ml .Serene and Mary Beth Farmer will be flower glrlR, Jimmy Former will IK: I'lnn bearer. Thuy are the children ul Dr. mid Mm, Jamo.s Farm- i;r, brother-Ill-law uixi tinier of tint brldc.'j<room-elccl. 'Fred I 1 !, llnrrul! will nerve hlii .'ion an bent man, Minn Walnh will be Klven In mnrrliiKK by her In- Uior. Minn Waliih'H gown In deKlKtiod nf hiiml-ellpped Imported (Jhmilllly luce and I'cul.urcH. a calhednil- leiiKth Iniln, Her veil-of Clmntllly J.-ICB am) litllo IH aeeurttd to u lace crown. Shi! will wear a pourl noclt- lace with a <liumond pendant, a family heirloom. Her bouquet will be of stephanolis and ivy, The mother of the bridegroom will wear a beige taffeta dress with mulching accessories and a corsage of orchids. Immediate families will uttenc! a dinner following the ceremony at the Wulsli home. Following a wedding trip to Nova Scotln, the couple will reside ill W1Z Lee lioud, Shaker Heights. The bride-duct is a graduate of Ward-l!elmont Junior college at Nashville, Tennessee. Her fiance holds- a Bachelor ot Arts degree from Dartmouth college and is now attending Western Jlt'.fcrve Graduate school. (Pharos-Tribune Kngruvlng) WSCS as hostesses. Gilts were placed beneath a white umbrella. Miss Johnson opened her gifts, assisted by the Misses Bonnie Overmyer, Bonnie Kitchell, Mary Burns, Mary Wagner and Linda Deeter. Refreshments of ice cream, cake, mints, coffee and ice tea were served. i Inviled guesls were: .Katheryn Hahnert,'Ruth Kcssler, Mabel Reed, Eileen Burk, Gencvieve Pointer, Lois Keener, Erma Keener, Margaret Frushour, Mrs. Albert, Ruth Mayhill, Catherine Smith, Nellie Rush. Celia Smith, Florence Jones, Sue Jones,. Etta Webster,' Bonnie Washburn, Rachel Keener, Blanche Guard, Glandys Hooper, Julie Williams, Margaret Danforlh, Rulh Sholly, Cora Gugle, Pearl Jones, Shirley Moss, Mary Binder, Helen Wilson, Pearl Cunningham, Pal Buchanan, Shirley Crosier, Janie Cox, Thelma Davis, Lois Eldridge, Margarel Turnpaugh, Sally Jones, Bonnie Waddups, Dixie Fi'ey, Carol Keener, Janie Kiocncr, Rosie Reulebuch, Virginia Rtiulehuch, Ellen Franlz, Rulh Carney, Mona Bean, Elzella Smith, Pal Crump, Mildred Crump, Betty Bailey, Carol Scott, Barbara While, Irene Harness, Phyllis Harness, Rose Harness,. Mary Baumann, Bess Rush, Mrs. Skcllon, Mr.s. McManus, Clara Gray, Ida Bechdol, F,ffie Layman, Rulh Bowycr, Connie Helvio, Lucy Yocum, Doris Chapman, Jerry Cundiff, Marilyn Cox, Sue Cox, Martha Marrow, lUiby Neal, Mildred Frcy, Betty Frcy, Erslu Rmmn ]''iinkh«u.ser. Karen Fclker, Mary Williams, Mr.s. Her!) Grant, Fern Williams, Ina Miie Scwurd, Sara Webster, Karen Smith, Mary Ulerick, Vir «:nia Beachler, Nunna Mnrlin, Mar(|iiericc Campion, Janet Recn- cr, Mae Glo.ser, Mary Wagner, |Opal Ilnlvic, Bernicc Helvie, Bon- Gamma Nu Holds Supper At Dykeman Upsilon chapter of the Gamma Nu sorority staged a covered dish supper al Dykeman park Tuesday evening with Arlene Little and Christian Huffman in charge. Bonnie Nicolcs, president, conducted (he business meeting following the meal served to IS The' bride, who entered theimember.s. The flower committee church on the arm of her father, | reported lhat flower. 1 : had been was wearing a gown of peau de;senl to Virginia Phearson who is sole trimmed with alencon lace. ;iU. Her illusion veil and duchess cap were of rose point lace and had been worn by her great-great- grandmother. She carried a white prayer book and a bouquet of while orchids and lillies of Ihe valley. Miss Anna Jane Smith of Mont- r served as her sister's maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Misses Anna Blackshear and Rollin Walker of Montgomery, Heien Johnslon of Carlisle Barracks, Pa., and Gail Finkle of Scarsdale, N. Y. They wore dresses of white nylon accented with blue velva ray flowers, and car- A while elephant sale was hcH with Betty Morehead in charge. The proceeds \vili go to the charity fund. Angle Galloway won the door prize 1 , and other prizes were won by Clara Gill and Marshall Taylor. Miss Kathy Lou Gill was a gue.st. In charge of the July meeting will be Margarc-l Baldini and Casie Angle. Local BSP Hosts Conference Picnic . Zcta Tau and Alpha Phi chapter! ned bouquets of white snapdra«- |of Ule Bc!a sigma Hhi S1)rority IMI- oils and delphiniums. • - . -. . Little Miss Kalherinc Mary Peters of West Lafayette, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl, She wore a floor-length dress of nylon marquisette with a blue satin sash and carried a basket of white baby mums and bluebells. Daniel D. Gurrigun, ot Winamac, was his brolher's best man, and ushers were LI. James J. Cortez, of New York City, and Murolnnd Smith Jr.. brother of the bride. The couple left the church under and arch of swords hold by six clnssmalus of the bridegroom. They were Lt. F. Whitney Hall of Amarillo, Tex., LI. Wesley K. Kidd, of Glen Klyn. 111., LI, Guy K. Wallace, of Hijihlnnd Fjills, N. Y., LI, James .1. Corlez. (if New York Cily, Lt. Howard M. Marliiiiv/.,'of Wayne, Pn., and LI. Jnhn E. Schaefcr, Culver Cily, Calif. terlained Iho North.Central Region conference Wednesday evening at a picnic and social meeting at Dykeman park. Present we're 3!i women from conference cities. Peru, Wabash, Rochester, Plymouth and Logansport. Shirley Sawyer, conference PITS- iiionl, made several announcements, concerning the state convention at Term Haule in October. Elect Officers At Study Ciub Picnic A picnic uml cU'eliou of officers highlighted the Wednesday nicel- iiij; of Ihe St. Vcrnnica stuity club of SI. Joseph church at Riverside park. j Foilowiiii; the inral. nt noon. » The bride completed her junior]* 11 " 1 ' 1 business mrelinj; was held Bin- at Wellslcy ociliei'e. She was a \ wl» ( ' h li:11(< ('"Hicnnc Now- ye< a member of Ihu Cotillion club I here. The bridej;;-oom nllcmlc'd Indiana University fur three years lie- fore KoiiiK to the H. S. Military Ilia llnlvie, Edna Sixhy, Margaret'Academy, West Point, where hi Twin Gives Kidney To Sove Brother BOSTON (UP) — Leonard and Leon Mimclon, IB-yeai'-old Iwln brnlhnrn from Slwpurclsvlllc, Ky,, underwent u kidney IruiiHpliiiil operntlon lod.iy at Pt'ter ll«nl. Uriglmm Ilonpit-id, Leonard "donnied" one of his two healthy kidneys to nnvi; Iho life of Ills bntthur who IK afflicted wH.h n usually fnl.nl aliment Involving both kidneys. Thu 5'/.i-liour operation hml been approved In nri unpi'ouedciil.cd MattnaohunelU Supreme Court decision. The high coiii'l, ncllng be- i.'(iu«e the boy» wcru mlnorn, x/ild It would In; proper for docUii'H lo operate on (..noimi'd fur llm purpoms of romoving oni; of Ills kldneyu. Ynnlis, Frances Morris, Kuhnurt, Becky llnhnert, Sue Ilahnerl, Mabel Kliaff, Dicr- . was grndiinli'd ,luni! 4. tic was ;i member of Sigma Alpha Kpsilon •social frnlernily at I. U. rlre Slrube, Kulh Wklncr, Bonnie. A wi'ddini; breakfast and recep- ['"rant/, Mary Laser, Chnrlolle Hobcrl.s-on, I.Iolly Wnllers, Mrs. Ji. W. Ciix, Kern Mtisnll, Mr.s. James Kinniimnn, Billy Carney, Kulh llelvie, Judy Helvle, Amy Jay, Beverly Myers, Helen Mnley, Joyce Ilnley, Lou Terry and Wntiniln Jolm.son. l.lon were held in the Officers club following the ceremony for seventy-five: relulivc.s and frionds nfler which I'hc neu'I.vwrds left for i\ trip through the. Smokies. They will visit the bride's parents the latter purl, of June mid will come viskii- wns elected pi-e.Mik'nl ; Ann;i (irnwiiini-ycr, vicc-prosidcnl; Ursula W.iijnur. socrolnry-tri'ii-s- urer; nnd Louise L'.uig, reiiurlei 1 . Games were enjoyed (hiving lint rc'inaindcr of Ihe afU'rnoon. Personal A son, James Mnthew, Jr., was burn to Lt. I'.nd Mr.s. James Sears at I'Y.'inkfiirl, d'ermany. June If). The mother is the f.-irmor Juye<» HodabiiiiKb, ilniifjhli!)' of Mr. am) Mrs. (). 0. HoiliiliaiiKh, IfilO Hir.h sli'eet. LI. Senrs is tissig to the Mill armored cavalry regiinenl as lo Winamnc ti> vi.'iit his parents'a.ssiiilanl eommuniealion.s (ilfieei Read the Classified Ads Patsy Michael To Be July Bride Of Robert A. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Noll W. Michael, (if 712 Went l/lnilen avenue, nn- noiuien the nndiigeinonl and forthcoming marriage of lliulr ilauuh- ler, . J'utiiy (,'hnrluno, to Uobei-t Anthony Vormin, Jr., son of Mrn, Anna Duller, of nil Ilciiitlf nlreol, and Robert A, Vermin, Logannporl. The wedding will luko place al. Iho Whuatland uvenuo Methodlut cliurdi on Sunday, July 211. Miss Mlchaul and her fluncd tire Ifllirt gfudutilen of the local high school. She In employed by the Northern Indiana Public Servleo company, fie l» a student til Duller University and In a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. 01.1) AND NKVV AimOHA, N. Y, - Gnidnatlng mmlurs (it We!l» Collngo, nfler riding in baccalaiircalii nervlcen In a sUixu conch, heard a coiiiinencc- merit nddronn enl.lHed "The Kiln- culed Woman In tho Atomic Ago." COOL COOL COOL Summer Maternities Wlion clrcnslng For two, thin two part cotton for mothors-to-bo, with kangaroo cul-out skirt and prinlocl scoop top. 1 pc. Malornllloi from ........ Pedal Shorts $3.98 $3.98 Sr$3,98 10 $5.98 All now and axclHng »omm«r jhodoi, alzun'from 8 to 18. DIANA SHOP 32) -4th St. Mohlmans Bfllllly llulr,vn "fill«n- Mllll'> Blllovil "I'inll- WlilB|.|»ltt Olunn "3nu . H,in<!liir,i. 17J Gio. bnlll." 17 |»w«ll, <lonl." 21 |owoll. Mtllil," t«|i. hum!. "I'lelfo." 119,30 $59.30 t71.JO YOUR OLD WATCH IS YOUR DOWN PAYMENT I'lnyonl lord (!l(jln l'«i|ij|.ll. luijy'i Cly'in Mun't Iliiinlllan llm. '!'» lixly'i llnmlllon Sliockinuiliir. "Mlllk-.nl." /-«n- wuuli. Ih,.. l,, n , wulili, HOO »9.73 HIS Hi TAKE A YEAR TO PAY MOHLMAN&

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