Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 21, 1957 · Page 19
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home of Mrs. Ida Rue, 51 Seventeenth street. The Mt. Olive Community club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Jewel with •Mrs. Margie McDowell assisting. Mrs. Charlotte McCroskey conducted the business meeting in the absence of the president. The penny inarch was held and Mrs. Bertha Clemans won the mystery package. Mrs. Gladys Tarn won the door prize. A fishing contest and games were enjoyed by the children present. Refreshments were served to ten members and one guest, Mrs. Denise Jewel. United Lutheran church Women, of Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. George Ruschkofski, 515 Tanguy Street. The meeting was opened with prayer. The business session followed with Miss Helen Sitz, president, presiding. The group voted a donation of $10 00 to Mulberry Lutheran Home lor the Aged at Mulberry, Indiana At the close of the business ses sion Mrs. Robert Wolf was presented with a Life Membership m the United Lutheran Church Women through the local group. The presentation was made by Pastor Paul Baer. An interesting and informative topic on Malaya was presented by Mrs. Paul Ruschkofski following which the meeting'was closed with the missionary benediction. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The GIA society club meeting was held with Mrs. Ora Campbell, 700 Bringhurst street, Thursday afternoon with twelve members attending. Games were played with prizes going to: May Baird, Letha Sullivan, Mae Smith and Nettie Boat- The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Roy Arnold, 1329 East Market, July 10th. The Metea Baptist Missionary society convened with Mrs. Ethel Heed Wednesday afternoon with Helen Paschen presiding. The "Overflowing Cup", a dedication of the Love Gift boxes, was presented by Mrs. Lydia Yantis and a report of the Baptist House party was given by Charlotte Early, Helen Paschen and W i 1 m a Metz. Refreshments were served to eighteen members and one guest, Mrs. Darlene Hoehne. The Women of the Moose held their annual dinner Tuesday even- Ing with Sr. Regent Frieda Gcnlach presenting each guest with a gifl in appreciation for their assistance during the past year. The rummage sale, planned for Saturday, June 22nd was postponed and announcement made that re ports due the 26th are publicity social service, Mooschaven and membership. Installation of officers and chair man will follow the regular meet ing with the College of Regent co workers Marjorio Girlton, Lou Roll call was answered by fif- een members giving memories of dad and the history of the song of the month was read by Mrs. Marilyn Peters. The group .sang 'Tell Me Why'", and also "Happy Birthday" to Mrs. Marilyn Peters and Mrs. Kalhryn Scott. "Happy Anniversary" was sung to Mrs. Margaret Reinke 'and Mrs. Peters. The health and safety lesson was given on "Test Your Brakes" by Mrs. Nellie Lowe in place of he chairman who was absent. Nine members reported having their cars checked during the month of May. The car check was supported by Home Demon- tra^ion clubs throughout Indiana. The lesson on new drugs was ,iiven by Mrs. Juanita Cree. who stressed having a family doctor. The president, Mrs. Rcva Roach, with Mrs. K. Scott and Mrs .Madge Dutchess -attended the Summer conference at Purdue and reported on the driving contest held and the speech of Earl L. Butz. Talks were given at the conference on 'Modern Furniture," "Family! Life', "Moat Makes A Meal",| and "Know Your Merchandise". ! The three members also stayed j to hear the 2,000 Club members sing. i At the close of the sassion committees were appointed to help with the Galveston 4-H fair to be July 16th through 19th. Of Fidelity Chapter Past officers were honored at the called meeting of Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, Tuesday I evening at the Masonic Temple where .the chapter room was decorated with flowers. baskets of garden The Bible drill was given along 0 CIOCK ai Uie OIUUIJBL.UH i^mian-.. • church with the Reverend Leroy <* Wmamac. Wright officiating. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Late Crothers, of route 1, Russiaville, and the bridegroom-elect's parents are Mr. and Mrs, Russell Parker, of Burlington. Candelabra with while tapers, white gladioli and carnations will S± A,, P ?r 6 i V t », ° P™vide a setting for the candle- Bible. All.ofhcers took their re-|f, ht iteg _ Miss Darlene McCain| spective-stations with Delphia Kite i s ^ loist wiu be accompanle( i by being Esther pro-tern. . Following initiation, the Chapter was closed in due form. v The Secretary, read the names of the Past Secretaries, Past Treasurers, Past Organists, and Past Chaplains of Fidelity Chapter,'.. , Those-present-were: Past Secretaries Ruth Thomas and Clements; Past Treasurer, Ina Nell BY TRACY ADRIAN Bradfield; Past Organists, Etta Massena and Stewart Gordon, who is also present organist. Past Chaplains present were: Ina Hyman, Garnet Hyman, Jessie Thomason, Minnie Dalzell, Blanch Mil- iler, Ada Wells, Clara Conrad, . Florence Hoffman and Marie Burch. Clara Minnick, the Worthy Matron, served as secretary and Miss Margaret Kingery, organist, You ! 'The when she sings "I Love Truly," "One Alone" and Lord's Prayer." Sister of Miss Crothers, Mrs. Robert G. Harrell, of route 1, Kokomo, honor, will attend as matron of and ring bearer will be Cheryl Parker, niece of the bridegroom-elect. Charles Rhine, of Burlington, will be best man, and ushers will be Daniel D. McCain, brother-in-law of the bridegroom-elect, and Robert G. Harrell, brother-in-law of the bride-elect. To be given in marriage .by her father, the bride-elect has selected a gown of Chantilly lace over satin styled along princess lines with The bride was accompanied to the altar by 'her father and was attired in a gown of white satin and lace fashioned with a moulded bodice and long sleeves. The skirt ended in a sweep train. Her veil of illusion was held by a crown of sequins and pearls. She carried an orchid on a white Bible. The maid of honor was the bride's niece, Miss Bonnie Jean Lopez, of Gary. Mrs. Patricia Maddox of.Winamac and Mrs. Dorothy Stepp, of Gary,, sisters at the bride, were bridesmaids; Miss Marceline Stepp was junior bridesmaid; Debra Salinas, niece of the bride, was flower girl. They were attired in matching gowns of white net over blue taf- ta, with headdresses of light blue t. They carried bouquets of yel- w daisies with yellow streamers. nPHE cloud-capped look is an intriguing attribute of this as Chaplain of Fidelity Chapti I , , _^_. .j „ j^Him^A,] 4-,^ V.A «r^»*r» wrti-Vi Thp hnnnrpd puests were esc Ladies Bible Class Names Committee Mrs. Effie McMillen and Mrs. Edna Butts were named to the nominating committee at the Thursday afternoon meeting of the Ladies Bible class of the Broadway EUB church at the church. Mrs. McMillen opened the meeting with Scripture reading. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Mollie Alber, president. Mrs. Gertrude Logan and Mrs. Lois Spoils gave the secretary-treasurer reports. The election of officers will be icld at the next meeting. The Lord's Prayer was prayed in unison at the close of the session. 1 fresh and frothy topper designed to be worn with pretty prints and pastels when the summer weather conies around. The hat is really a white straw turban that is gracefully draped all over with white veiling which is held in place at the nape of the neck by a white silk bow. MISS SANDRA COOK IS BRIDE OF GORDON McCAIN IN FLORA RITES Rev. F. Kaye Bass officiated at the marriage of Miss Sandra Cook and Gordon E. McCain at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First Methodist church at Flora. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion S. Cook, of Flora, and Ihe bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. McCain, of route 1, Camden. Seven branch candelabra, white Reunion Calendar DYKEMAN Sunday, June 23, C. T. Kinsey Reunion (Annual) West end of Pavilion and 2 South tables in the Breezeway—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Ahfield and Alheit Reunion, East end of pavilion and 2 North tables in the Breezeway—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Kelly Reunion, Tables 1, 2, 3, and 4 in the old Pavilion—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Joslin & Flcm ing "Reunion, Tables 5, fl, 7, & 8 in the old Pavilion—Noon. Sunday, June 23, Arnett Shields family, 12:30 p.m. —ft- RIVERSIDE PARK Sunday, June 23, Carlson Reunion, Pavilion and Tables No. 1 & No. 4, Noon. SPENCEK PARK Sunday, June 23, .Raikes Rcun- ion( Annual), Shelters No, 1 & No. 2, Noon. gladioli, dark and light blue delphinium and a basket of painted white and blue daisies proviede a setting for the ceremony. Mrs. Don Brower provided a recital of bridal selections, and Mrs. F. Kaye Bass was soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of while satin and Chanti'.ly lace designed with a lace bodice, bateau neckline and long sleeves tapering to bridal points over the hands. The skirt featuring appliques of lace fell to a chapel-length train. Hre lace-edged circular veil was secured to a crown of white satin trimmed with pearls, rhinestones and sequins. She carried a white Bible topped with an orchid and shower of Stephanolis. Her pearl jewelry was a gift of the bridegroom. Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss Sonla Cook.i Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gary .Langston, Miss Nancy Crook and |Miss Sharon Cook, Jeannine and Joel] a Cllne of Marion were flower Four Homes Scene Of Tau Phi Lambda Progressive Supper A progressive supper was enjoy, ed by 30 members of Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi Lambda, Supreme Forest Woodmen's circle, Wednesday evening, beginning with an appetizer at the home ol Mrs. Belty Clayton, 2201 Jefferson street. Mrs. Clayton was assisted by Mrs. Joan Decker. They served fruit punch. Tossed garden salac was served at the home of Mrs. Dlores Morgan, 521 Wheatland avenue, with Mrs. Ruth Lowry assisting. The main course, baked chicken, ehicken and noodles, green beans, mashed polatoes and iced tea was served at the home of Mrs. Doris Green, 71) Eighteenth street, from tables ^covered with liner cloths and centered with fresh cut bouquets of roses. Assisting Mrs. Green were Mrs Evelyn Marler, Mrs. Betty Cooley Mrs. Gertrude Myers, Mrs. Virginia Calloway, Mrs. Ella Johnson Mrs. Loisann Hatten, Mrs. Kalhj Nethercutl and Miss Judy Madon IB. A dessert of lime and orange sherbet, cookies and coffee, was served at the home of Mrs. Virginia Shanks, 016 West Linden avenue, wil'n Mrs. Botty Davld- The honored guests were escort- lace jacket designed with long ed to the East. Each spoke briefly,; tapering s eeves The bouffant and were presented with a gift by * rt isbatona length. Her frng- Helen Barnett, secretary, and Mar- garet'Smith, Chaplain. The gifts were tied with blue and gold, the Worthy Matron's colors. Goldie Chase sang "Just A Song of Friendship" by the tune of 'Just A. Song At Twilight" to the Past Officers honored. The conductress, Lucille Hunter, and Associate Conductress, Betty Ellars, then escorted them to their seats. Refreshments were served in the dining room: Tables were beautifully decorated with large green ferns and garden flowers, they formed a triangle with a large Bible placea on white pedestal in the cenler of triangle. On the refreshment committee were. Alice Saygcr,. Martha Newcomb, Opal Stiver, Jane Bbokwalter, and Inez Julian. The next meeting will be July 2 and it is a stated meeting. ertip veil of imported illusion is secured to a crown headpiece of lace outlined with seed pearls. She will carry a cascade bouquet of white sweetheart roses. Her only jewelry is a .pair of white pearl earrings. The matron of honor will appear in a mint green embroidered nylon tulle gown over taffeta of princess style and ballerina-length. Her headpiece matches her gown, anc she will carry a colonial bouque 1 of white sweetheart roses. Her jewelry is a triple strand of pearls and earrings. Miss Parker will appear in a white embroidered nylon tulle over taffeta dress with a mint green sash. She will also wear a wris corsage of white sweetheart roses For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Crothers has selected a navy embossed nylon street-length dress with navy and white accessories while the bridegroom-elect's moth er, Mrs. Parker, has chosen a charcoal gray street-length dress with a pink collar and white ac cessories. Both will wear whiti sweetheart rose corsages. A reception is scheduled to b< held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Robert G. Harrell, route 1, Koko mo, following the ceremony. Cen tering the white linen-covered scrv ing table will be a three lierei cake iced in white, trimmed wit white roses and topped with a min iature bridal couple under two wed ding bells. Mrs. Robert Harrcll Mrs. James Harrell and Mrs. 0 G. Harrell ore hostesses. Following a wedding trip, th couple will reside in Burlington For traveling the bride has select president and a sound film was.ed a mint green dacron shantun; 50 Fathers and Sons Attend HUB Banquet Nearly 50 persons attended the father and son banquet Wednesday evening at the Broadway EUB church dining room with the blessing given by Robert Barnett prior to the meal. Following the fried chicken meal, devotions were offered by ~" ' ' from "The Works of the Father and the Son." Several themes were taken from the book of James. A brief business the Rev. C. S. Fife taken Scripture on the theme meeting was conducted by Marvin Nicoles, Jm!" M t i, « or,,i Viririiu ' s° n . Mrs. Mona Bean and Miss mlSs rre d^dent^t --Ellen Bougher „„„„.. shown "Horizon Unlimited." Benediction was offered by the Rev. Wiibur C. Wilson. The supper was prepared and j Parkview School of Nursing, For served by the • ladies o[ the Wayne, is a registered nurse a Bathing Beauty BY TRACY ADRIAN P R BEAUTY on the beach here is a figure flattering swim suit that is also a style that is approved by ladies who take their aquatics (seriously. It is a one-piece model and golden threads make a pattern of sparkling stripes in the woolknit fabric. The suit has a sculptured skirt front. Built-in features toclude an artfully contrived cuffed bra top, and broad ••itted ctrapa to accent the smooth fitted lines. .ight blue nylon chiffon gowns -with cummerbund slushes of deep hlue and hows and streamers in back. The bodices were covered with Iny vertical ticks, and the neck- were low and rounded in front and back. The ballcrina- enffth skirts were pleated and jouffant. The wore blue headbands and carried colonial bouquets of ilue daisies. The flower girls wore a light alue organdy dresses with whlto lace bonnets. They carried white French baskets. Serving as best man was Jerry Garrison; groomsmen were Lyndal Hood, cousin of the bridegroom,, Gary Langston and Robert Sauntman, of Marion, cousin of the bride; ushers were Max Downham, James Mllllgan. The mother of the bride wore a sheath dress of blue cotton satin with an embroidery design. Her accessories matched her dross and her corsage was of white roses. The mother of the bridegroom chose a rose-mauve lace dress with ivory accessories and n corsage of fleur ro.sebuds. A reception church dining room following the ceremony. Miss Candra Cassell registered the guests; A blue anc white five tiered wedding cake topped with a bridal couple ornament and a large bell centered the white net and satin coverec: serving table. Blue was also usec in the decorating motif. Nosegays of blue daisies, large crystal puncl bowls, silver service and llghtec tapers completed the decor. Guests were served by . Miss Carolyn Murphy, Miss Carol Es. scrman, Miss Frances Henlch Miss Carolyn Marley and Mrs John Cline, of Marlon, cousin ol the bride. Following the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip wiU the 'bride wearing a blue polishet cotton dress with white accessories and the orchid from her brida: bouquet. After September 1, the couple will reside at West Lafayette amour and ivory was held at the Mrs. Clayton, local president and state vice-president announced .hat the formal pledge service and nlliation wll! be held Friday evening, June 27, at 7:30 o'clock at .he WheaLland avenue Melhodisl church. Mrs. Jo Tlmmons announced that he local chapter received first award in the state for publicity and was fifth In the jurisdiction. Guests for the supper were Mrs, Dorolhy Crone, district manager, and Mrs. Gladys Pollard, of Lafayette. Broadway EUB Class Re-Elects Officers Officers were elected at the Wednesday evening meeting of the Cheerful Helpers class .of the Broadway EUB church at the home of Mrs. Pearl Fife, 1422 Spear street. Mrs. Flora Smith, vice-president, opened with prayer. Re-elected were Mrs. Maudie Pricsthoff, president; Mrs. Smith, vice-president; Mrs. Elsie Bushing, secretary; Mrs. Alta Hyman, treasurer; and Lotta Bailey, reporter. Mrs. Alice Hersjibcrger offered prayer after which reports were given by Mrs. Bushing and Mrs. Mae Pownall, flower fund treasurer. The offering was taken. Mrs. Nellie Klstler closed with prayer. Contest prizes went to Mrs. Blanch Huffman and Mrs. Vella Frye who also won the door prize. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Fife, and her daughter, Mildred. i dress with while accessories. The bride-elect, a graduate o the Albion high schopl and th W.S.W.S. assisted by the following jirls of the Youth Fellowship: Miss Carol Fife, Miss Jayne Jackson and Miss Ellen Wilson. St. Joseph hospital in Kokomo. The bridegroom-elect is a grac uate of the Burlinglon high schoo and is engaged in (arming. Second Mothers Club Entertains Children Members of the Second Mothers study club entertained their children at a picnic. Wednesday afternoon at Riverside park with 85 persons attending. Following the picnic, a short business -meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Eugene Denham. Children enjoyed rides on the merry-go-round before eating. The committee In charge includ- where the bridegroom will be ajed Mrs. Peg Hendrickson, chair- senior at Ihe Purdue University | man, Mrs. Lois Hammell and Mrs. School of Agriculture. (Duana Patty. 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