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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6,. 1957. TEE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINETEEN SOCIAL NEWS +- PERSONALS + PRESS' SOCIETY PACE + PATTERNS + CLUB NOTES HAROLac' BUDKA AND BRIDE Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Budka are residing at Champaign, Illinois, following their marriage September 1 at the Winamac Christian church. 1 The bride, the former Miss Sonya Celeste Olson, is the daughter ot Carl E. Olson, of Winamac, and the late Mrs. Olson. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Budka, of Chicago. Both the bride and bridegroom are students at the University of Illinois. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) Many persons seem proud to boast they get through a day without a sniff of breakfast. Breakfast should provide a fourth of each day's calorie needs. For a healthier outlook toward .your daily routine and more .vim, better pick up this meal- Announcements Lipstick-smeared teeth have a way of distracting anyone talking! to you. For this reason it is .wise to* check your teeth after each application. Also there is less opportunity of lipstick shifting to your teeth if it has been properly blotted and not applied excessively. Don'f/iflvef/ie 'knock' for f/cwer arrangement? HereVsfep-fcy-step help ONLY $2.95 PlfASANT Hill GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Ph. 5144 / MONDAY Mizpah Lodge 26, L.A. to B. of R.T. will meet Monday evening at -7:30 p.m. in the IOOF hall. » * * * The quarterly meeting of the Rosary society of St.- Vincents church will be held Monday evening, October 7th .at 7:30 p.m. The ladies will go in procession from the school to the church for the rosary and benediction. New members will be received into the organization at this time. 'A business meeting'and social hour will follow in the school hall. * # * . . The first meeting of the season will be held by the Cass County Home Demonstration Club Chorus Monday evening at 7 p.m. in the basement of the Trinity Episcopal church, 7th. street entrance. ; .'*.** -. The regular- meeting '-of the V.F.W. auxiliary .will be held.in the-post home at 8 p:m. .Tuesday evening. Members are Basked -to take candy, cookies, ,ples oilcakes for' an -auction',for/th'e*auxiliary cancer fund.' -.**'.•', : -- u ;-> , v <i * v.* : ., :• ., - .. TUESDAY.'-'*... Honorary members of the Third Mothers Study club will meet Tuesday evening"- .with Mrs, : Goldi'e Shedron at 7;30 p.m. ; Assistant hostess will be Mrs. Kathryn Butts. A good attendance is desired-as. a program has been planned. * * * Members of Bridge City Lodge No. 254 will convene at the IOOF Hafl at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Regular business - meeting. • * * * ' Members of the Boone township Home Demonstration - club -. will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m/ at -the Royal Center Library. Devotions will be given by Mary Miller. Hostesses will be Olive Hipes,Mary. RaderstorfT Charlene. Davis, Ruth Day and Sue Bridge.' * * * - 11 The -Daughters of Isabella will hold a business meeting Tuesday,- Octber 8, at the K of ; C hall-at 8 o'clock. - ' ' * * * Jefferson township Home Demonstration Club No. 1 will: convene Tuesday evening at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ve McBeth. Roll call will b« ' "'Plants or Bulbs to be reset." ' i* * * Emera Club will meet .Tuesday night at 6:30 at.the home of.Mrs. Frances Reese on route 4. Members attending please bring table service, and a salad or desert. Those wanting transportation to the meeting were asked to call 40458. * * * Onward Home Demonstration club will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p. m at the home of Josephine Little. Roll call will be answered with a favorite poem. Election of Miss Sue Kumler became ,the bride of James,-E. Selvio during a Nuptial Mass "and. double ring ceremony Saturday morning 'at • 9 o'clock at the St.'. Josephs-church with the Reverend Father Donald Vernon officiating . at ' the Mass and reading the rites: • '"'-.. : The bride -is the daughteri of Mr. and Mrs. Max-Kumler,,'of 1331 North street, 'and"the bridegroom is 'the son of • Mr, and Mrs. Albert Selvio, "of' 2117, Jefferson ..street. Bouquets:-of , tall^- flows 'and lighted tapers banked, the main altar where the ceremony \yas read.;; .-->-' ' •. Mrs.^ Sam Flo'ry, sister of the bridegroom,, was matron of. honor, and best .man was Dick Pasquale, cousin: of the bridegroom. Given, in marriage by her-father, the bride' appeared-.in a street- length' sheath, dress.' of white wool' appliqued with;"blue" 1 and, silver embroidery. The 'dress w£s designed, with a bateau neckline, which'dip- ped, to a V in back, and short sleeves.-.'She, .wore a" white ; picture lat and, matching: .accessories and a coriage, ; of pink carnatoins;-.. Embossed ;FaiIle-y Mrs'. Flbry attended in a' street- length dress of eggshell; embossed 'aille. styled with, a'square neckline. Rhinestones and pearls trimmed the sheath dress. Her acces- officers. Lesson will be on landscaping. •'•.',, * * * ,-• Helmet Temple 230, Pythian Sis- ers of Young America, will meet at the hall Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ' ' * * * WEDNESDAY Deer Creek ED club'No. 2 will meet with Ethel Snider' Wednesday afternoon at 1 1:30 o'clock. Esther Sprinkle will give the lesson \on .andscaping. An election of-officers will be held.' /*.*_ + Bethlehem home demonstration club will meet'in the home ,of Mrs. Carrie Unger on Wednesday. Roll call will be aliswered with members telling of odd signs in public places. Lesson will be given by YEfs. Violet Emery and Mrs. Charlotte Early on landscaping. Those who still enjoy, filling their winter pantries with horrie^canned goods know the value of proper sealing. Reusing old rubber rings _s dangerous. These rings become jorous and fail to do a proper gob'. Spoilage may result and cause llness or even death. FUR SALON - SEGONO FLOO'R MINK ~ - Wrap yourself in the dream-come-true luxury of an elegant mink clutch cape or stole. They're styled of fresh, carefully selected skins' of lasting beauty. The workmanship and styling" are superb. They're extraordinarily luxurious, full and rippling with beauty,, and' never have the values been more'outstanding. Come in and choose the sumptuous fur you've always wanted. Natural ranch mink, royal pastel, autumn haze and silver blue mink, -'- ' (tax included) Cloud Monckly*--*hop THJ««., W«d., Thm-*., Sat* 9-5, Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Miss ; - Sue -Kiimler Is Bride ' "*' -*• - " ' ' 'Of- James •''•'.Selvio Saturday series were matching and her flowers .were pink, carnations. For,her daughter's.wedding, Mrs Kurhler chose; a beige, knit suit with matching' accessories while the.bridegroom's' mother selected a light'.blue',crepe and lace dres with matching .accessories. Both wore corsages of white carna tions. A dinner was served to mem bers of the wedding party and the immediate families' following = the ceremony at Dykeman's restau rant. . ^ .' •' Reception for 150 A reception for. ISO'.guests was held at the.Selvio home. Centering the lace-covered serving table was a four tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal' couple. Punch, ice cream, and mints were served...with the cake. , • . . Following a short .-wedding 'trip the couple will establish Residence .at 2116,%' Spear>street, For. .traveling the;.; bride'- 1 selected, -an- aqua suit designed with'"^; fur coll£fr and accented .withV black '•- accessories and her ..wedding corsage.;; _ The bride' and,, bridegroom are both-graduates of the localhigh scrool; She is employed as a secretary .at the General Tire and Rubber company.-Her husband is employed as a mechanic at Kain's Motor Service. Morton Home Scene Of Cradle Roll Meet ' Cradle Roll Mothers of the Ninth street Christian church met Friday evening at the home of Mary Anna Morton, 3004 Crescent avenue. President, Virginia Porter, opened the meeting with prayer after which Marjorie Spall gave the secretary-treasurer .reports. Dr. Brice Fitzgerald showed colored slides on the week-day religious education classes. Devotions were given by Helen Gifford and Carolyn Jamison.' The-meeting, was closed with prayer. Games were enjoyed with prizes going- to Suzanne Fiedler, .Phyllis Gillum and Dorothy .-Schneider. Refreshments were:, served by. the hostesses, Betty ..Bair, . Marjorie Spall and. Mary; Anna Morton, to 20 members. "• -,. x Golden Age Members Convene In Y.W.C.A. Forty/five members of the Golden Age club convened in the : Y.W C.A. annex- Friday afternoon with Mrs. Dottie McCloskey presiding Mrs. Ada Hedrick received the guests. •-:-.. Mrs. Anna Duckworth.gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Mori Bennett gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Bernice Baer, of. Roya Center, prograih chairman, read poem. Reverend- Virden Graham, Burnettsville, led the group, sing ing and gave devotions, Mrs. Bet ty Goodrich, of -Royal .Center, ren dered'several accordion selections Mrs. R. J. Morrical is club spon spr. . ' Hostesses were Mrs. Harry New by, Mrs. George Classon, and Mrs Eileen Heyde, Reunion Planned By Class of 1938 ' A committee meeting -was held Thursday evening.at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Muehihaus en, route 4, at which, time plan; were formulated : for the reunion of the class of 1938 next summer . Those '• present were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Clark, Mrs. Virginia (.Closson)."^Persinger, Mrs. Dorothy (Whitney) Jackson, Mrs. Patty (Dwyer) Loner, Mrs. Mary Anna (Barr) Morton, Mrs, Dorothy (Hyman) Shaver; JVlrs. Betty (Barnes)., Muehlhausen, Joseph Huffman, Bob Kitchell and Worrest Kniesly, Any class member interested in helping with arrangements is asked to 'contact one of those men- iohed above. Rural families keep buying modern .gadgets to shorten the work hours. For example, more rural families t-hah urban families now own. dishwashers.' And- a third of these use the dishwash'er to clean pots and pans in addition to dishes, cutlery an'd glasses. •• ; ._ Thinking of using autumn leaves and cattails to decorate? Then prepare them so they will last. ffang them in a room at norrnal temperature for about a week. This dries out excess moisture. To prevent twisting, hang wild grasses and flowers from the stem. When dried, use shellac for dipping or spraying.' . ^Scrubbing your feet serves more than one purpose. It -removes odor and roughness. Feet: retain perspiration "more than other parts of'the body because they are always enclosed. So' scrub them with a brush (soles,, too)' and plenty of suds. A.pumice stone gently ^rotated on the heel and balls of "the feet while feet .are • still wet will discourage calluses.. First hat of fall could be the little velvet beret in a jewel color: emerald, .blue or garnet. Lat- !r, the same kind of hat would be pretty in fur. , MRS. JAMES E. McLQCHLlN . (Harrington Photo-Press Engraving.) Early autumn services were read uniting in, marriage Miss Sherrili Lee Bennett and James E. McLochlin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bennett of Metea and the groom is the son of Mrs. Carolyn McLocWin, 1333 Liberty Street, Logansport. A graduate of Metea high school, the bride is'employed aVRBM Manufacturing Company. Her husband, a local high school graduate, is employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad. •-" LET US GET YOUR RESERVATIONS We officially represent a* *ch«Med air Let vs give.-yow complete. Wrformotioa o« dr biy»l ANYWHERE .. . 90* your fclwh and moke yew rwenrofioii*. LOGANSPORT BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB-TRAVEL BURCAV 226 South Third Street. Phone 5101 1* *« C iZav* AWw Cfc* b« YOU* fc^ *9~T is the word for FALL FASHIONS at There's an aura of elegance surrounding the lavish-'in-mood fashions for Fall '51. Every detail.... the color... the fabric and the'.smart sty!ings ;,. capture the mood of elegance^s seen in-Viola's.-; newcoliection,See them soon! Dan Millitein'i faithful adaptation of an outstanding Parii original :in imported F.rench p»tipoint"-that's'; wool-cif if*-.richest. Darted with "embroideredi arrowheads,' its . subtle ihoping—from its shawled .yoke . to iti cocoon silhouette demonstrate the height of fine taste. In black only. . Fred A. Block launches the pride of his current collection . . . a costume of Forsrmahns Porella wool in Iris-tone ' colors. The short sleeve dress with .softened V neckline imooths coyly undera. soft, full; back jacket ... its, collar iced-in beading of rhinestones and pearls. '• • \' LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARi

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