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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Anderson, Indiana Sell it thru the Anderson daily bulletin saturday september 21, 1957 Baptist women leaders meet Marilyn Hooper is wed to Robert Zank this a afternoon Shower open House set members feted at Chwu Home oct. 15 cd pfc mrs. Herbert Wise was Host miss Marilyn Hooper daughter of or. And mrs. Ira t. Hooper 2405 e. 38th St., became the Bride of Robert Zank son of or. And mrs. Edward Zank Blanchard mich., this afternoon at 2 30 o clock in the South Meridian Street Church of god. The Rev. Leroy Fulton officiated at the single ring ceremony As the guests assembled bridal airs were played by mrs. Richard Kreps Cousin of the Bride. Vows were exchanged before an altar entered with an archway of greenery White mums and White Satin bows. Palms banked the Chancel. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a Walt length gown of imported pure is Peau de Soi encrusted at the neckline with iridescent sequins. A three tiered Bustle Back and Sheath front highlighted the skirt. The fitted bodice had Long sleeves which came to bridal Points Over her hands. A Headpiece encrusted with sequins held her imported Nylon illusion shoulder length veil. She carried a colonial arrange ment of purple asters entered with a White Orchid and tied with Long streamers. Miss Margita Yusif of Monroeville a sorority sister of the Bride acted As maid of Honor wearing a gown of Lavender Nylon organdy Over taffeta. The fitted bodice was styled with a Large Collar and Elbow length full sleeves. The Ballerina length skirt was very full. A Matching Bow headband was worn in her hair and she carried a colonial bouquet of Lavender and White mums. Eugene Zank of Alma. Mich. Attended his brother As Best Man. And Loren Hooper the Bride s brother ushered the guests. Mrs. Hooper chose for the wed Ding a Pink lace dress with Matching accessories and a White Corsage. The bridegrooms Mother mrs. Zank. Wore a Navy Blue sheer dress with Matching arces Park place a pcs schedules events the Park place woman a society of Christian service held its general meeting recently in the Church. Mrs. William Oemler president conducted the business session. Announcement was made of the Anderson group meeting which will be held at fifth Street methodist Church on sept. 28. Mrs. Paul Oemler and mrs. Datus Boram were chosen to represent the group on the Anderson Council of Church women. Plans will be formulated by mrs. E. W. Hamilton spiritual Secretary and her committee As to How to observe the week of prayer and self denial oct. 25 to 31. The unusual worship setting was used As a background for the program which was introduced by mrs. Phoebe Schuyler who gave the devotions from the theme. A the March of mrs. Leonard Dell was in charge of the lesson Quot How Large is our world a she was assisted by mrs. Paul Oemler mrs. E. W Hamilton mrs. Datus Boram and mrs. David Gahimer. Mrs. Claude Jones and mrs. Georgia Oemler were co hostesses and entertained the group during the social hour. The next general meeting will be on tuesday oct. 15, at 7 30 and will be guest night. Bosses Are feted by credit w Omen the credit women a breakfast club held its annual Bosses dinner and installation of officers tuesday at the Edgewood country club. The speaker was Virgil Mcallister who spoke on Quot my family officers who were installed were president Thursa Berry vice president Mary Belle guard treasurer Melinda Ballard Secretary Vermah Taylor corresponding Secretary Caro fyn Connelly. The installing of flew was Mary Cox president of the 13th District. Members attending were Phyl tis Shipley. Virginia Baker. Me Linda Ballard. Carol Kretlow Mary Belle guard. Florence Tho Ben. Mary Novick Fern Miller Evelyn storms Thursa Berry Vermah Taylor Carolyn Connelly Marjorie Daubenspeck Jean Ramsey. Bosses present were John Kirkman Jack Richton r r. Ballard. Leo Judy Glenn Carter. By Sally j a. Jones Ralph Elrod John Nottingham Charles Jones Richard Jones. Everett Levi. Out of town guests were Mary Cox Guy Keithley Arlene Carlson. And Mable Kimmel from Indianapolis from Marion Doro thy Etsler demons Smith. Frances mental demons Hemmick. Marjorie Zirkle Mary Ramsey Mary Alice Dailey and from Muncie Phyllis Farrow. Fashion trends hats Are softer the news about hats this fall is that fashion dictates Only that they be flattering whether tending toward the pretty the smart or the a conversation piece effect. In Anderson stores women will find Many styles of hat shapes Large Small deep Flat but ail appear softer this year a types of materials Are represented color is prominent in millinery collections often times shown in coordination with dresses Coats or suits. Milliners Here say the Beret is a Strong favorite this fall and newest types Are fur or Quot fur look a Satin or velvet. Newest Way to Wear hats is a Aback a with some hair showing. The Small hat and the off the face hat Are very smart and shells or half hats arc both pretty and Chic. One local store shows a a a Pouf a of White Fox that dips Over one Eye and is a delectable adornment for a pretty face. White Fox is also seen in luxurious berets some Large and some Small there is a stiff haired Gray Raccoon Beret at another store an elegant Mink Pillbox at another and several places Are featuring Lapin berets in White Gray beige Brown Navy or Blade. The fur hats add an opulent air to everything from Dressy crepes to rugged tweeds. Also smart and very adaptable can in c briefing Are velvet by a and the Charm Cut Ulk or Lilian my half or Shell hats that leave a most of the hair uncovered and of 0 til of i v Odt in c can be worn either High or Low the cwt of Central Christian on the head the a Are to a11 Church met in fellow had Quot a Label a Quot a a Quot n u ii jewelled or completely covered ship Hall or their general meet with sequins. Fur also makes ing mrs. Byron Harrison presi half hats and one Espe Eiguy Dent conducted the executive squirt and wearable on is in and business sessions. A Large Flat. A. Tailored Bow. Velvets Are especially turns were led by mrs a Lovely in jewel times which it Siam Tidmore. Grace was Are being featured in coordinates said by mrs Marcus Hoppes at local store and lunch was served by group one the afternoon program began with mrs. Charles Bryant giving devotions or Thurman Rinker Sang a Solo forever needed forever caused upon was the theme of the program Given by mrs. Thurman Rinker registering were mesdames Frank Mckee. Beecher de vane Joe Allen Alice Gauley Charles Bryant Paul boots a b. Lytton Kitty Gasaway William Mot i Ria. Wayne a. Francis Pearl St a cup Charles Williamson Everett Swain. Edith Erlewine. I owl my vier Earl Jackson i Thurman Rinker Lillian Wester Kamp Lex Bailor b. L. Goff Mary Farren Edith Cresson f Finley Frank Thomas. E la i Smith Marcus Hoppess Mary Lawler 0. H Mccoy William Podmore William Baker Keith apply. Frank Russell Pearl Gar tin Hanford Skinner Byron har risen. John Young d. 0. Garret l. S Paul Edgar Harvey Richard wean Edna Berryman Mae Clifton Opal Childers Ralph Bush 0. B Page Mildres Dud Derat Pearl bitter Eva Dellav in Martha Boyer h. J. Head f Sullivan. Edith Brown also misses Barbara Epply into John Ellen Podmore Mary spice. Mollie Mercer and Mildred Sims and reverend Monroe schuster and mrs. Schuster miss Simpson betrothed miss Dianna Simpson above and Jerry i. Bradford will be married next Spring according to an announcement made by the Bride elect s parents or. And mrs. Charles Simpson 2738 Dakota or. The future Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Lawrence Bradford 1723 Poplar St. A graduate of Anderson High school miss Simpson it Secretary to or. H. I. Lanahan pastor of the first eur Church. Or. Bradford also was graduated from Anderson High and from the Delco Remy craftsman apprentice school. He it serving in the u. S. 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Vineyard St. No definite Date has been set for their wedding miss Webb was graduated from Anderson High school and the Indiana business College. She is employed in the office at Delco Remy division. Her Fiance was graduated from Anderson High and Ball state teachers College. He it teaching in the Pendleton Public school system while he continues work on his master s degree at Ball state. Odell photographers to wed or. And mrs. Virgil needler or i Anderson have announced the approaching marriage of their daughter Iris Kay to pvt. Jack c. Stanley son of or. And mrs. Ralph Stanley 32 Crescent court Chesterfield. No definite Date has been set for their marriage. Miss needler was Grodus ated from Highland High school and Anderson business College. She is employed of Sears Roe Buck and Ca. Her Fiance also was graduated from Highland and is serving in the u. S Marine corps he is stationed at Camp Pendleton Calif. Elite studio Assembly of god Church 22nd 4 Lincoln Sun. Sept 22 6 30 and 8 00 . 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