The Logansport Press from Logansport, Indiana on December 31, 1957 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Logansport Press from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 31, 1957
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE SIX THE LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, MW. SOCIAL NEWS + PERSONALS + PRESS SOCIETY PAGE + PATTERNS + CLUB NOTES 'Mistletoe Magic" Held by Junior Daughters of Isabella With Susie Gulp and Fred Fry Crowned King and Queen The annual holiday formal dance v;as held by the Jr. D. o£ I. Friday in the Knights of Columbus Hall, with 113 couples attending. The hall was decorated with pink and white streamers and a large sphere decorated with ribbons and mistletoe in the center. y were nd Mary Tin, Judy Polsinelli and Jim Miller, Darlene Thomas and Robert Adams, Carl Calloway and Linda Campbell, Fran Gagliano and Bill Drake, Carole Kinnamon and Gary Powell, Barbara Booher and Mike .Seville, Carolyn Lowe and H. C. j Renkenberger, Sandy Sargent and i David Summers, Rosemary Gear | and Fred Hanna, Linda Laird and Wiler and Weimer and MX'e'oe Magic. ' muse for Bonnie Caldwell and Larry Mather, quale, band; Nancy Hendricks, tickets* Anne Castaldi, chaper-- ones; ar.d Susie Mordent!, refreshments. Chaperones were Mrs. Tom Pasquale, Mrs. Laurence Quaglio, Mrs. Charles Rozzi, Mrs. Laurence Smith, Mrs. Tony Sundy. Mrs. Laurence Liming, and Mrs. Guido Scagnoli. Mary Joan Quaglio, president, ivore a two-piece dress of black velvet and black and white taffeta with a white gardenia waist cor- Ea?e. Her escort was Ed Nichols. Nancy Rozzi, vice-president, was escorted by Louis Polsinelli. She wore a white velvet cocktail dress trimmed in red velvet and carried a nosegay of red and v.hite carnations. Jean Liming, secretary, wore a firess of turquoise velvet and white brocaded taffeta and carried a white carnation nosegay. Her- Escort was Jim Thompson. Sandy Eundy, treasurer, wore a two-piece cocktail dress with a' black velvet bodice and a multi-striped skirt. Her escort, Jim David, presented her with a white chrysanthemum wrist corsage. The couples attending were Mary Sleinberger and Gene Hen- Bell, Karen Ryan and Mike Maple, Barbara Pfaff and Dick Reed, Connie Sallee and Ron Shoemaker, Helen Myers and Bob Briggs, Carolyn Szewczyk and Joe Smith, Janie Koons and Jay Kitchel, Jane Ann Conrad and Charles Davidson, Karen Doyle and Dick Douglas, Phyllis Ricci and Carl W. Pickens, Anna Allen and Jerry Bonn, Sheiley Crozier and Dick Crczier, Jane Fellers and John GiJman, Karen Williams and Tom Sailors, Betsy Watts and Jim Tribbett. Sharon Leslie and Jim Vitello, Elaine Leslie and Thomas J..Smifli, Joyce Cunningham and Bob Ming- END-OF-YEAR CLEARANCE of MILLINERY Values from $10.95 to $25.00 $5.00—$7.95—$8.95 Annette Cooper and Dennis Wildrick, Joe Hunter and Kathie McCain, Joann Pasquale and Tom Brown, Connie Kleckner and Ronnie McFatridge, Judy Dunn and Mark Brown, Darlene Wherly and Mike Schreyer, Nancy Rozzi and Louis Polsinelli, Mary Joan Qualio and Ed Nichols, Judy Neumann and Tom Knepper, Susan Eagan and Mike Huston, Linda Eagan and Mike Minter, Anita Firmani and Ed Fitzgerald, Janie Cook and Don Blom, Sharon Hess- and Joe Brown, Janet Ellet and Jack Cunningham, Bunny Easter and Tim OConnor, Lynne Yeazel and Mike Tuberty, Sue Scagnoli and Jack Cain, Carolyn Strong and Joey Casalini, Judy Vernon and James Arnold, Bert Shannon and Cliff Smith, Jeanne George and Tom Barnes, Sandy Sundy and Jim David, Marcia Cart and Eldon Boose, Susie Culp and Fred Fry, Jeff Pearson and Sally Harvey, Donna Fawley and Harold D. Wedding, Sarah Malady and Warren Cline, Anna K. Hassett and Donald Binney, Harry Dahl and Ann Johnson, Joan Schmidt and Jim Pearce, Bonnie Overmyer and Bob Honh, Karen Bell and Jack Sayler, Janet Fellers and Jame Sayler, Judy Cunningham and Ne;son Becker, Linda Edwards and Joey Scagnoli, Janet Richason and Richie Cox, Paul Loner and Nina Beltmachi, Frank E'hase and Susan Huff. David Nichols and Frances Huff, Louise Gilman and Bernard Kilbride, Gary Price and Connie Schirm, Karen Smith and 1 Bob Harcin. Joseph Jerome Werner and Linda Lee Mclntyre, Jean Liming and Jim Thompson John Hoover and Bonnie Miller Jerry Dingeldein and Judy Koons Tom Smith and Marilyn Dodrill Bill Rozzi and Barbara Shaw Wayne Hartmann and Nancy Tal madge, Ralph Levy and Margaret Huff, Louis Slaughter and Bonnie Frettinger, Jo Lynn Szewezyk and Dick Huntsinger, Sondra Ratliff and Dick Sundy, Maggie Strong and Don Bessignano, Jo Ann Rozz: and Dick Shook, Mary Jone and Jim Hendricks, Pat Ebey and Jerry Babb, Mary Alice Baker and Richard Kniesly, Bernadine Hombach and Dale Ristedt, Myra Seybold and George Sailors, Mike Baker and Karen ?hm, Doug Forgey and Nancy Wilson, Paul Goodale and Jeanne Stewart, Mike Jordan and Janet Hanlin, Dale Burough and Diana Irene Neumann, Joe Sumpter and Pam Wilson, Ron Watson and Judy Hollingsworth, Joe Kitchel and Barbara Little, Hank Schmidt and Jan Eisert, Dick Jackson and Nancy Hendricks, Dave Baker and Margaret Pasquale, Jerry Bentz and Ella Gay Noble, Merland Noble and Julie White, Judy Walls and Ron Fritts, Judy Grace and Dick Medland, Mary C. Wagner and William Honk, Roberta Kleifgen and E<? Closson, Linda Smith and Joe Shauglmessy. So ciety Mrs. Wesley Daniel Woodruff m DR.O.I.BRAUN FOOT AILMENTS Rug. Podiatrist Foot Specialist Office: 354 North St. IOGANSPORT PHONE 3330 Wednosdoyi & Fridays 9 to 4 ft is a real pleasure at this time to wish ail our good friends and customers —^ A HAPPY NEW YEAR! /uerv, and EMPLOYEES Marriage licenses were issued yesterday by county clerk, Eliza^ beth Bieker, to the following couples: Harry D. Brew of Royal Center and Adrienne Reeser, city; John H. Wood of 708 Helm street and Joanr.e Snider of Rt. 1, Camden; Ronald Dean Deitrich of Rt. 2, city and Sondra Jean Hipsher of 1922 East Market; Kenneth L. Hinkle of Twelve Mile and Donnabelle Shaffer of 1119% East Broadway; Donald G. Camp of 1401 College and Alphia M. Corn of 1337 College; Richard Pearson, city and Barbara Pritts of Flora; Harold Robert Berkshire of Rt. 6, city and Margaret Ann West of Kokomo. Needlecraft Sharon Neher Listed On Dean's Honor Roll NORTH MANCHESTER—Sharon Neher, a freshman at Manchester College, North Manchester, has been listed on the Dean's Honor Roll for the fall quarter, according ;o an announcement by Dr. Earl S. Carver, dean of the college. Miss Neher is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neher, R. R. No. 5, Logansport, and a graduate last year of. Logansport High School. She is majoring in mathe^ matics at the college. Those listed on the honor roll represent the upper ten per cent of their class. Of the 90 students named nineteen were seniors, seventeen juniors, twenty-four sophomores, and thirty freshmen. (Pohlman Photo) During a double ring service Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m., Miss Carol Hammond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! R. C. Hammond, route five, Logansport, became the bride of Wesley Daniel Woodruff, son o£ Dr. and Mrs. James H. Woodruff of Mill Valley, California. The father of the groom, assisted by Rev, Walter Davis, officiated at the service at St. Lukes Lutheran church. Prior to the ceremony, organ selections were played by Miss Nancy Van Alien. The altar was enhanced with red arid white poinsettias with illumination be- Enjoy Your Leisure Be thrifty with your crochet hook —make these charming doilies. Each is a lovely accessory. Filet crochet lasts a lifetime. Pattern 534: crochet directions for 9'A inch round, and square doilies, oblong 9V4x23x inches. Easy-to-follow charts. Send Thirty-five Cents (coins) for this pattern — add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Logansport Press, 333 Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 169, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. As a bonus, TWO complete pat- Church Class Formed At December Meeting Several couples met at the home of Bob and Kathryn Burley on December 27th, to form a-Young Married People's Class at the Pisgah Presbtyerian Church. The following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Bob Burley; V. Pros., Drew Stewart; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs, Gerald Hanawalt, and Reporter, Mrs. Cecil Trapp. The new organization voted to hold a Class Supper at the church on January 18th. Any young married persons interested in joining are cordially invited to attend. Coffee and doughnuts were served after the meeting by Mrs Burley. College Girls Feted ByTri Kappa Sunday Open house for college girls was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bernard Hall, 3100 East Broadway, by Tri Kappa sorority. The honored " guests were presented with Christmas corsages. Entertaining rooms were decorated in a holiday motif with the serving table covered with a green ciolh and centered with a festive and colorful arrangement. Red tulle outlined the cranberry punch bowl. Mrs. Donald Douglass was chairman of the committee assisted by Mrs. Herbert Small, Mrs. Donald Mattson, Mrs. • Russell Palmer, Mrs. Al Heminger and Miss Betty Hyres. College-High School Dance To Be Thursday The Country Club College and Senior High School dance is scheduled for Thursday, Jar;. 2 with dancing from 9-12 to Joe Scagnoli's band. Refreshments will be served Members may bring guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hillis are chairmen of this dance with chaperones being Dr. and Mrs. Ear' Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bellinger. Miss lleneSwartzel, Announcements THURSDAY The WSWS of the Third Street EUB church will meet Thursday afternoon, January 2nd, at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Harry Nutter, 1317 College street. * # * Shrine club ladies, will hold » 1 o'clock dessert luncheon Thursday in the club rooms. Cards will follow. FULTON NO. 92 The Fulton Assembly No. 92. Order of Rainbow for Girls held a stated meeting in the Masonic hall with mother advisor pro-tern, Mrs. Joyce Martin opening the meeting. Worthy advisor Lelia Fry presided. A report was given on the recent bake sale and Shelby Hartzler and Shirley Williams were appointed to send gifts to the "Baby Sister" at the Masonic Home at Franklin. Announcement was made that the next meeting, January 6th, will be election of officers and rituals and points for merit bars are to be turned in at this meeting. On the refreshment committee will be Sharyu' Johnston, Mary Nell, Barbara Masteller and Mrs, Thelma Johnston. >-. ing provided by lighted tapers. """" Miss Joan Hiveley, 1100 East Market street, attended the bride as maid of honor, and best man was Robert Woodruff, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Lt. Marvin Owen, of Kokomo, and Lt. Richard Sanders of Peru. Paul Nelson, Blue Island, Illinois, cousin of the bride, was can- dlelighter. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared' in a waltz- length gown of white taffe!a designed along princess lines with a scoop neckline and a softly flared skirt highlighted with ap- pliques of Alencon lace. She wore long tapering mitts to match her gown and carried a cascade bouquet of white poinsettas. -Her shoulder length veil of silk illusion was secured to a scalloped tiara. Her only jewelry was a pair of pearl earrings. The maid of honor was attired fa a gown of iridescent rose taffeta designed with a scoop neckline, princess style bodice and bustle .back. She wore a scalloped tiara and white pearl earrings and carried a cascade of red poinsettas. The mother of the bride selected a blue chiffon dress with white and black accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a silver blue satin dress with a matching jacket and gray accessories. Both wore corsages of white poin- settas. Red and white was the .color decor used at the reception immediately following the ceremony at the church basement for '125 guests. The serving table was draped with white taffeta and scattered with red poinsettas and greenery. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Wedekind, Mrs. Dale Ranz and Mrs. John Simn-.ermaker, of Young Adult Class Holds Holiday Party The Young Adult Class of the Miami Baptist Church of Adamsboro held a holiday party Saturday evening in the recreation . room of the Miami Baptist Church, college. She was formerly employ- Games were played with prizes POSTPONED Noble Township Home Demonstration family night and basket supper has been post-poned until Don CriteS Engaged January 8th. The event will be held Announcement 'has been madei at Noble township school by Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Swartzel, I route six Logansport, of the en-! agement of their daughter, Ilene Mae, to Don Crites, of Galveston, son of Mrs. Bessie Crites. A wedding date has not been selected. The bride-elect is an employe of the Logansport public library. Her fiance is employed at Kokomo. ed in the office of the RBM Manu- to Arlene Frohreich and facturing company. Her husband Ga]e S h er man. Records and ping attended the University of Califor- pong was ^^ enjoyed after which jiia and has been serving with the refreshments were served. US Air Force for the past five Mr and Mrs _ Hyland Sherman years. He is a first lieutenant and an< j Mr _ and Mrs g a i e Sherman is presently attending the Oklahoma State University under an Air Force Educational Program. Nelson ch' wn cousin of the registered 3ie * = guests. . AS a oonus, i wu complete pai- Following a short wedding trip terns are printed right in our to Chicago the couple w reside LAURA WHEELER Needlecraft' at 914 South Hamsey at Sallwater Book. Dozens of other designs Oklahoma. For traveling the bride you'll want to order-easy, fasd-ichose a h^t blue Italian tatMit rating handwork for yourself, your i with black and white ^ ssor ' es ; home, gifts bazaar items. Send The bride is a local high school 25 cents for your copy of this i graduate and completed a secre- book today! . itar-al course at Ball StateJCeachers NEW YEAR'S STORE HOURS Open New Year's Eve 'Til 7 P.M. Open New Year's Day 10 A.M. Til 9 P.M. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! YEAZEL'S 513 East Broadway Money Orders At Any Time Got Childhood Doll? Send Card The Newspaper is interested in taking pictures of local women with childhood dolls they have kept through the years. Please submit name, age, address and phone number on a post card addressed to DOLLS, Logansport Press, Attention Mrs. Joann Crook. • Please do not phone or come to the office. Persons submitting cards will be contacted. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Boston, cloudy Chicago, • cloudy Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, clear. Des Moines, cloudy Detroit, cloudy Fargo, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Indianapolis, cloudy Jacksonville, .clear Kansas City, rain Los Angeles, cloudy Memphis, cloudy Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls-St. Paul, snow Moline, cloudy New Orleans, clear New York, cloudy Omaha, cloudy Phoenix, cloudy San Diego, cloudy served on the committee for the San Francisco, clear Seattle, clear Tampa, cloudy Washington, clear Winnipeg, cloudy 56 46 42 32 76 57 48 31 -11 -28 JUST ARRIVED A New Selection of Beautiful Millinery For The Season Ahead SHOP EARLY FOR A BETTER SELECTION RUTH DOUGLASS MIUINERY CENTER 507 E. 'Broadway Phone 3548 Rail Engineer Pay Above Scientists INDIANAPOLIS Ml — In 1951 at least, railroad engineers made 20 per cent more pay than scientists and engineers having bachelors' degrees — ad bituminous coal miners were not far behind the railroaders, the national science foundation reported Monday. PERSONAL A Christmas party was held recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fouts featuring the showing of pictures taken by Tom C. Fouls, "Captain Stubby" of WLS, following supper. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vernon of Terre Haute, spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vernon, 424 Howard street. Charles DeHaven and Jim Odom will spend a week's visit with the Bill Vernons. Sweet Dreams Sweet for sleep — our Printed Pattern makes a complete slumber wardrobe — easiest sewing. Nightie comes in 3 lengths (with bloomers for shortie style) 2 necklines, 2 sleeve versions. Printed Pattern 9127: Blisses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 dress-length gown, 4V4 yards 35- inch. Embroidery transfer. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Logansport Press, 365 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill GrMnhous* Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers n« I. Mnrlc.t SlraM Phon. 3609 Rugs-Carpets Upholstery Venetian Blind* POSTPONED The luncheon meeting of Naomi circle, Wheatland avenue Methodist church, has been postponed, until Thursday, January 9th. NOTICE In order to be acceptable for publication, all engagement, wedding and anniversary pictures brought to the newspaper offices should be 3!4 to 4" wide and a glossy print. Persons wishing to have such pictures run, may secure this size print from photo studios where pictures were taken. Thank you for your cooperation. YEAR greatly reduced COATS by famous designers An exceptional collection, all from designers of fin» coals; distinguished by their beautiful lines, superb tailoring and detail. Luxury weaves, including Vicu- lana and Cashmere ... many by Forstmann and Stroock. Originally $99.95 to $135.00 68" »107 88 REDUCED UP TO Beaufifuf-wear-through-spring SUITS '/2 Price French Room Dresses reduced up to Beautiful costumes for daytime in fine wool, tweeds, jerseys, silk crepes. Late day and evening styles in rayon, velvet, taffeta, chiffon and lace. Mostly on*. of-a-kind designer fashion:. 326 East Broadway

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 19,400+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free