The Tribune from Seymour, Indiana (2024)

AY, JUNE 80, 1960 SEYMOUR DAIKY TRIBUNE. SEYMOURV IND. PAGE TWENTY-THREE JRatcliff Grove 7 Entry Blank Published Church and Sunday School, Bible School will close Fri day with a program at night. '4 uncle, Spencer Fish, Saturday. Mr.

and Mrs. Harry Hall of near Mt. Zion visited the Prince family Wednesday night. Brother Bell called on Mrs. Addie Rarrip Lat Jackson Nursing Home Wednesday.

There was an addition by confession and baptism last Sunday and one by letter. Mr. and Margin Smiih of near Clearspring Were visit ing friends here Sunday Brother Bell and wife are at tending the North American Convention at Louisville Wed 1 You Meet The Nicest People On A Honda! CUSHMAN MOTOR SALES 2521 25th Street Ind. Pb. 379-4740 nesday an Thursday.

A fire in the Clarence Pott- schmidt hay barn Sunday morn ing caused Quite a bit of dam An entry blank for the Setqnlcentennlnl Style Show atare at the 196 Jackson County Fair appears on Page of today's Tribune. The feature Is open to anyone In Jackson County, with four divisions planned for the event: ladies' dress (long); child's dress (long), age three-10; child's dress (long), age 10-18. and mother-child combination (long). eled during the Home Demonstration Style Show on August 12 at 1 p. m.

in front of the grandstand on the fairgrounds. Entry blanks must be returned by July 31 to Mrs. Joseph H. Abell, Seymour R4. age.

Mrs. Lena 'Scott spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Jim Miller, at Seymour, while Mr Miller made a trip to Tennessee. Mrs. Lena Scott was in Indianapolis a few days last week.

Mrs. Nora Lutes and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas of North Vernon attended the wedding of Earl Roush, Tampico, mer Free Delivery jm rhoM 522-54 4, Hayden Methodist Young Adults Meet chant, and Wilma Barrett, June 19 at Richmond, Ky. Mrs.

Charles Trowbridge visited Mrs. Eunice Lutes and Mrs. Nora Lutes Thursday. Several ladies attended the women's meeting at Medora Friday night at the Medora Christian Church. Mrs.

Anna Fish of Edinburg and Mr. and Mrs. Horace George of Norman visited their Ui BMP Homemade ice cream and cake were enjoyed by members of the Hayden Methodist Young Adult Class as they met on the church lawn Tuesday evening. Mrs. James Brunner, president, was in charge of the meeting.

Mrs. Charles G. Roberts and Mrs. Robert Sullivan were on the planning commit MRS. HERBERT EDWIN ELMORE UP VALUES BANG Duncan, Miss Cathy Duncan, Herbert Edwin Elmore and of a large rose, holding a light his bride, the former Miss Mar- blue veil, and she carried MRS.

JACKIE WELLS MATTHEWS Michael Cozart, Mrs. David i Cunningham and MisSj Patti Jackie Wells Matthews and gowns were identical to that of wiU7MrS. Cunningham cous-his bride, the former Miss Pat- the maid-of-honor, in green and fa Dride assisted her at cia Eileen Murphy, daughter of hand bouquet of white gladioli tee. Devotions for the day, from the Upper Room, were given Mr. and Mrs.

Granville B. Mur- Her white wrist-length gloves PENNY P1NCHIN PICNIC VALUES 100 COUNT Soft Dinner Size NAPKINS nhv. Seymour R2, have re- were a gift of the bride. iy uu wuttii, uaufcmci w.i.ii. me ou.uiu.uiuj tuait- remstered the by Mrs.

Lester Tracy. and Mrs. Russell Cozart, Croth- mg headpieces held circular tl mm A 1 1 Al 1 1 guests. Election of officers for the ersviue kz, are ai nome ai maune veiis, ana wsy camea k.r ovlnff.awAv nntfif new year was held, with Mrs. Charles G.

Roberts being elected president; William Rud- 1632 East Franklin street, Ev- bouquets of green, gold, pink tte 0n a week's ansville, foUowing their wed- and white carnations. Their wedding jp through the south-ding June 12 in Cana Metho- shoes matched the color of their ern states, the new Mrs. Mat-dist Church. gowns, and they wore white to a white Parents of the bridegroom are wrist-length gloves, gtfts of ue dress wiUl black patent acces- turned from a wedding trip to Dody Sue Elmore, as flower Kentucky Lake and the bride- girl, wore a light blue and white groom has returned to Fort dress, with; a netting headband. Devens, where he is sta- She dropped rose petals from a tioned as a private first class small white basket, with the VS.

Army, while his Brian Scott Eades, nephew of bride is remaining with her the bride, was ring bearer, parents. James Elmore acted as his Pfc. Elmore Is the son of Mr. brother's best man, and Glenn and Mrs. Curtis I.

Elmore, 518 Murphy, brother of the bride, East Sixteenth street. and Richard Elmore, brother of The oounle's marriage was the bridegroom, were ushers. dick, vice-president; and Mrs. Clarence E. Allman, elected secretary-treasurer.

iijjl Mr. ana Mrs. niivin Maranews, onae. sories. The corsage from her Paris Crossing Ri.

Wayne Cozart, brother of the ixjM accented her The Rev. Leon Gardner of- bride, actea as best man and costume, ficiated at the double ring cer- David Beach, of Anderson, and Mrs Matthews was graduat- ML emony. wmte pows marKea tne agih iwaccnews, oi rans ed from crothersville High 1 The Rev. Morris McClintic, pastor, and William Ruddick, treasurer of the Church Building Fund, discussed progress of the building committee and the building fund balance. Plans for the proposed new church building were v6hown and dis cnUmnhA at 6:30 o'clock in Mrs.

Murphy attended her July news, ana DasKecs oi earn a- mg, nepnews me W1UC" School with the Class of 1963. eraniM on June 18 in New daughter's wedding in a navy tkms and gladioli adorned eith- groom were ushers. 4th She played in the band and 40 Count Full Size Round PAPER PLATES 48 Count Cold Drink 7 oz. CUP Your Choict 38 the 14' er SICKS Ol tne altar. A wmte wire, wiw, mrai was a member of the Sunshine Hope Church of tfe Brethren blue two-piece dress with by the Rev.

Raymond LaRue, matching shoes and purse and i i i i. i Special Pkg. of 100 cussed. Construction will start as soon as additional donations are received and plans for financing the balance can be aisle runner was used. bride, wore a pure suk green SodB Past treasurer of Cana Miss Katherine Shirley, of sheath dress with black patent Churcn she.

is a past Crothersville, sang "0 Promise accessories, accented by a wor(h advisor of Crothersville "Because" and as the white carnation corsage. Assembly, International Order couple knelt, "The Lord's Pray- Mrs. Matthews, mother of Rainbow for Girls. She was accompanied by the bridegroom, chose a pink employed ta the office of the Mrs. William Hill, of Louisville, two-piece suit with white patent mirpool corporation, Evans-cousin of the bride, who also accessories, accented by atiIeT played "Wedding "I white carnation corsage.

Matthews is also a 1963 pastor, in a double ring, can- iignt pinn nai ana giuves, dlelight service. matched by her light pink car-' Two baskets of white gladioli nation corsage, and blue carnations, two pots Mrs. Elmore, the bride-of greenery and two seven- groom's mother, wore a navy branched candelabra were used blue crepe dress with white in the chancel appointments. A hat, purse and shoes and three-candle graced each window, quarter-length gloves. Her cor-and a cluster of candles was sage was of white carnations, nn rtu nlano.

A white aisle run- Receive Guests PICNIC BASKETS up 6 PAK COOLERS 67c The group discussed plans for fund-raising projects which include the ice cream social and country store to be held Satur CHARCOAL LIGHTER 47c Love You "Always Reception Held graduate of Crothersville High "Bless This House" and the a reception was held in the School, where he was a class traditional wedding marches. church social room immediate- officer his freshman, iunior and Ice Chests and Marslunallows The bride, given in marriage iy following the nuptial rites, senior years, school reporter by her father, wore a floor- write wedding bells and gold, his freshman and sophom*ore length gown of white peau satin, green pink streamers years, and an officer in Future The fitted bodice featured a adorned the room. The three- Farmers of America his fresh- day, July 9, from 6 to 9 p. m. and the annual chicken Bar-B-Que to be held in August.

Mrs. Allman announced plans for Vacation Bible School to be held July 11-15 from 6:30 to 8:30 p. m. All children in the community above age four are invited and urged to attend. Those present at the class meeting included the Rev.

and Mrs. McOintic, Price Tabor, ner completed the decor. The newly weds received Miss Sue Ellen Hoover sang friends in the church social "Because" and "The Lord's room following the ceremony. accompanied at the White bells were suspended piano by Miss Betsy LaRue, over the gift table and refresh-who also played other bridal ment table, with blue and white selections and the traditional crepe paper streamers shower-wedding marches. ing from the bells.

A four-tiered Given In Marriage wedding cake trimmed with The bride, given in marriage blue and white roses and swans by her father, wore a floor- centered the table, and flanking lomrth rnnm of nure silk organ- the cake were two punch bowls. round neckline and long, brid- tiered wedding cake, frosted in man and sophom*ore years. He it 0m Serving Sifntur Sim 1907 ai-poimea sieeves. neemoroi- wnite, was topped by bridal is a student at Evansville Col-dered Alencon lace motifs figurines. A crystal punch serv- iege.

trimmed with seed pearls ana ice was used. Out-of-town guests attended bridescent crystals adorned the Assisting at the reception the wedding from Louisville, I SI- BUG bodice and the front of the were Mrs. Jackie Montgomery, Evansville, Anderson, Holion, teacher of the class, and Mrs. Tabor, and Mr. and Mrs.

Wil EDW. F. WHITER SONS PHONE 522-4093 SECOND CHESTNUT STS: sheath skirt. The chapewengtn Mrs. Buddy Ortman, Mrs.

Ev- Columbus, Brownstown, Sey-train was trimmed with pearls erett Christopher, Mrs, Harold mour, Scottsburg and Florida. liam Ruddick, Mr. and Mrs. ana iridescent crystals, ine frride wore a diamond pendant necklace, gift of the bridegroom, and carried a white Bible adorned by an arrangement of white carnations en Robert Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs.

George Capes, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Luedeman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beasley, Mr.

and Mrs. Lester Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Roberts, Mr.

and za. The controlled skirt fea- Mrs. Wayne Hougland and tured appliqued motifs of Alen- Mrs. Bob Murphy assisted with con lace. The fitted bodice was the gifts, and five aunts of the designed with long, pointed bride assisted with the serving, sleeves and a scooped neckline.

They were Miss Vivian Houg-A detachable chapel-length land, Mrs. Merton Hougland, train draped softly from the Mrs. Manville Murphy, Mrs. waist. The bride's bouffant pure Forrest Murphy and Mrs.

Ed-silk illusion veil was attached gar Murphy, to a flower cluster trimmed As the newlyweds left on with pearls and Alencon lace, their wedding trip Mrs. Elmore She carried a bridal bouquet of changed to a medium blue voile white roses and stephanotis on dress with long sleeves ac- wWt Bible. Her onlv lewelry cented by white lace cuffs and circling a white orchid. The bride's bouffant veil of pure silk illusion was caught by a single rose of pearls and Mrs. Robert Sullivan, Mrs.

James Brunner and their families, and Mrs. Allman. Mrs. Larry Crenshaw ant daughters, of Florida, who are visiting in the community, were guests. was a small strand of pearls, white lace down the front.

Her riff nf Mu hrlriAcrrAnm. accessories were wmte, ana sne i e.ln. EH Attend Bride Mrs. David P. Hill, aunt of the bride, served as her mat-ron-of-honor.

Her gold floor-length sheath gown was of chiffon over taffeta, with a long, floating tram. The Misses Linda Duncan and Judy Christo-pb cousins of the bride, served as bridesmaids. Their The brides maia-oi-nonor wore a wniie rose cwssge. in ivoa uwu sjcjuunu was her sister, Mrs. Ronald Mrs.

Elmore is a 1963 gradu- High School and has been serv- Eades, of Indianapolis, who ate of Crothersville High School ing with the U.S. Army since wore a sleeveless light blue and is now employed with the October, 1965. crepe sheath dress decorated Seymour National Bank. She is Out-of-town guests attended with pearls" and iridescents at a member of the church la the wedding from Crothersville, the neckline. Her headpiece which she was married.

North Vernon, Paris Crossing, was of blue satin In the shape Pfc. Elmore was graduated Columbus, and Indianapolis. liU'IsllHU'I'liHilfaB ONE FROZEN BROWNIE FRYER FREE WITH SEYMOUR'S BIGGEST SHOE SALE STARTS TOMORROW $5.00 ORDER PLUS COUPON SAVINGS TOi CHOICE, HOME-DRESSED Shoes for DRESS CASUAL WEAR Shoes for SUMMER BACK TO SCHOOL MORE SHOES on SALE than You EVER ONE GROUP OF WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S BEEF TC- -CUT-WRAPPED. SHARP FROZEN CUBED STEAKS made frm run lb 99c BEEF LIVER -49e AT HARLOW'S OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.

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