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PAGE 10 THE MARION STAR, MARION, OHIO e ooaal -·- - Notebook - MR.. AND,MRS. Charles H. Perkins of Richwood are announcing the engagement of t h e i r daughter, Harriet Ann Perkins to Ernest E. Wolfe Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest E. Wolfe Sr., of Upper Arlington- in Columbus. , ' \No date has been set for the wedding. Tryouts for'' new membership !n the Junior Lecture-Recital Club were set for Thursday, Jan. 22, when the group met Monday nighl at .the home of Annette Gibbon at 358 Bradford St. Qualifications for membership include playing or singing two classical compositions' from memory and being between the ages of 12 and 15 years. Anyone interest ed should contact' Miss Patricia Curl, counselor. Michael McKni?ht presided for the business meeting. Devotions were~ conducted Fogt, chaplain. by Vickie Sue Karen Kirts presented the study topic, "Homesickness That Paid." It was the success story of two composers, Egbert VanAlstyne and Harry Williams. ' Judy Eastman played a flute solo, "Crusaders Hymn," accom panied by Miss Curl. David Fresh- cur sang "0 Lord Most Holy" by Franck. A special award went to Ray Schwab. Assisting Mrs. William Gibbon as hostesses were Mrs. Arthur Martin and Mrs. William P. Freshour. The next meeting will be beld Feb. 2 at the' home of Sandra Weiss of 283 Windsor St. A new member, Mrs.,Opal Chartton, was" welcomed by the members of the F and F Variety Club at their meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Clinton Leon- bardt. Members-voted to hold a bake sale this month. Refreshments were served by the hostess. She was assisted by Mrs. Thelma Hendricks. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Hendricks. Club 45 met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Delsia Baker at 530 Park' Blvd. -for a potluck supper. Mrs. Eileen Howell and Mrs. Dorothy Brinner were welcomed as new members. i Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Violet Davis received birthday gifts from their secret sisters. Mrs. Helen Mofgan and Mrs. Howell took honors in canasta. A special prize was won by Mrs. Morgan.*. Charles ,Melvin, Mrs Tron and Mrs. Glenn Riddle, program committee. Opening devotions were by Mrs. Avery Gibson who gave Scripture, presented the theme, "Miracle in T i m e s Square" a n d offered prayer. For roll call members answered with the "most outstand ing event during last year." A contribution was made to the CARE rural community development program' of Mexico. A program was under direction of Mrs. Riddle. Mrs. F. M. Brabson reviewed "Stay Alive All Your Life" by Norman Vincent Peale and Mrs. F. E. Fox presented an article on "A Look at Your Life." Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dowler of _LaRue have returned from a vacation trip which included stops in Las Vegas, Nev:, Palo Alto, Calif., and Santa Fe, N. M. During the trip thev visitad Mrs. Georgia Claiborne, Mrs. Dowler's sister, and their son, Harold, and his family. They were accompanied by Mrs. Verna Junod o Columbus, Mr. Dowler's sister, anJ Gilbert F. Dodds, also of Columbus.. Mrs. Junod visited a daughter. Miss Harriet Ann Perking The engagement of Miss Perkins is announced by her parents. Details are in the Social Notebook. presided at the gift tables and Mrs. Clyde Coulter and Mrs. Charles Coulter Jr. were in charge of serving the refreshments. ' Granddaughters, Christine, Virginia, Cynthia and Ruth Coulter, served the refreshments. A fifth grandchild, Carol Coulter, was in . __. charge of the guest book. A four- £*£«. »* 3ichard Taylor was iri charge. The luncheon table was centered with bronze mums. An executne committee meeting preceded. Named president by the Wide Awake Euchre'Club Tuesday afternoon was Mrs. Anthony Yanka and she will serve as recorder and Mrs. Ward Eshman was chosen secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Maude Wliiteman was hostess in her home at 232 Silver St. First orize in games went to Mrs. Hazel Robbins, second, Mrs. Joseph Slagle, third, Mrs. Whiteman and lone hand award, Mrs. Yanka. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Charles Wmfield on Summit St. The Senior' Circle of the Pros- The Shakespeare Study Club met at the home of Miss Elizabeth Ammann of 491 Delaware Ave. Tuesday evening for a Twelfth Night celebration. Dinner was served by the hostess. Mrs. Gertrude Ammann assisted the hostess and was a guest at the meeting. An evening of games and a gift exchange was held following the dinner. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clara Jane Reed of 730 King Ave. on Monday, Jan. 12. Mrs. Lloyd B. Dodds, while on the tap. The Demica Sewing Club met with Mrs. Ruby Bogart on W. Columbia St. Tuesday for a social evening.' Mrs. Hazel Thomasson received the prize in a contest. Mrs. Ralph Stoner, Mrs. Charles Lowe and Miss Linda Copeland were guests. Refreshments were served by the hostess'. She was ass'sted bv Mrs. Gerald Copeland. The next meeting will be held Thursday, Jan. 22, at the home of Mrs. Earl Klingel of Elmwood Dr. Dr. Glen Burton Jr. was the guest speaker at the Monday evening meeting of the Claridon Homemakers Club held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Beam of near Marion. Dr. Burton spoke on "How Is Your Child's Eye-Q?" and "Fashion in»Glasses." He also showed films to illustrate his talk. Nineteen members answered roll call by exchanging cans of food which were not labeled. Refreshments were served by the hostess. She was assisted by Mrs. John Price". .The next meeting will be held Monday, Feb. 2, at the home of Mrs. Ed Mantey with Mrs. A. S. Messenger as co-hostess. Miss Mrs. Jeaneane Berry of Hills- Madge Cooper of WMRN will speak dale, Mich., was a guest at the on new spring fashions, 'meeting. The next meeting will be leld Tuesday, Feb. 3,, at the home of Mrs. Baker. · Officers chosen by the Ben Hur Club for ^ 1959 wul be headed by Mrs. John Monk as president. . Election was held Monday afternoon at the Women's Club Home and^ the \group serving with-the president' during' the year' will' be 'composed of Mrs. W. R. Larson, vice president; Mrs. Homer Moehn recording secretary; Mrs. Jacob Boling'er, corresponding secretary; Mrs.' V. H.,Tron, treasurer; Mrs. 'C. C. Metz, assistant secretary and .treasurer, and Mrs. W. B. Bur- ley/JMrs. «. R. Tbornberry, Mrs. YOU'RE INVITED Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coulter'of the Crawford-Marion County Line Rd. celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with an open house held at their home on Sunday afternoon. \ · . Sylvan, Clyde, Russell and Charles Coulter Jr. served as hosts. Mrs. Sylvan Coulter assisted them. Mrs. Russell Coulter tier cake decorated in pink, green anl gold and topped with a miniature bride and groom centered the refreshment table. Ice cream in the shape of be'ts and s Ho et cakes with appropriate decorations were also served. Mr. and Mrs. Coulter received identical wedding rings of yellow gold, inlaid with white gold, from their children Guests attended from over 15 surrounding communities. The Current Topic Club of Marion met on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry T. Wil- h'ams of 1096 Wilson Ave. Mrs. Roy Worley served as co-hostess. The Senior Circle of the Pros-" ect CCL met Monday night at the Prospect School. Devotions were conducted by Mrs. Ivadell DavHs. Lodge Activities "Obligation Night" was observed by Lydia Chapter 83 of the Eastern Star when the group held its first meeting of the New Year Monday night with Mrs. Ruth Morrison, worthy matron, and Charles Leffler, worthy patron, presiding. Nine past matrons and five past patrons were introduced and extended personal greetings by the matron. Communications were read from the grand matron and grand patron of the Grand Chapter of Ohio. Mrs. Anna Heiser gave a report concerning members who were ill. Mrs. Alice McGraw reported on the number of sunshine cards sent The charter,was draped in memory of Mrs. Nettie Hall and Mrs. Lucille Barnhill, recently deceased members. At the dose of the obligation ceremony, Mrs. Mary Lou McMahon sang "Sweet Hour of Prayer." Refreshments duung the social hour were served by Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Frances Beach, Mrs. Billie Alwood and Mrs. Helen Stayner. All members were urged to at- ncxt meeting held program chairman, introduced the guest speaker, Edward B. Lewis, chief psychologist at the Marion Correctional Institution. He spoke on "Parental Task of ,Mental Health." A guest night will be held Feb. 2 at the school. A talk on fashions will be given. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Dorothy Lauer, Mrs. Margaret Bails and Mrs. Audrey Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis were guests. Crestline Board To Hold Speaker for the evening was Mrs. j Organisational Meeting 'lovce Tavlor who was ,inlrndiiffrt -° " Installation of officers for Coooer Corps' 194, WRC, headed by Mrs. Elva Bowman as president, was conducted Monday afternoon in the s- Church Activities -:- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Click and Miss Vera feratton entertained the Church Fellowship Tuesday night in the, basement at the R u r a l Salem "EUB Church at Beech. rection of Mrs. Coile. It was reported that Mrs. V. E. Busier had sent the jwciety a gift. Plans jjwere made for a' bake sale for March 28 and for firian- THURSDAY, JANUABjYfy 1959 Special Class Parents- Addressed by Miss May "Guidance^ the Slow Learner" pastor, the Eev. Paul Zimmerman,! cial projects, a household products took charge, of the meeting. votions were led by Miss Bratton. Circle one of Forest Lawn Presbyterian Church'met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Margaret Dowler at her home on E. Church St. Miss Bette Powell opened the meeting with prayer and / devotions were given by Mrs. Maxine Marshall. She read from the study book, "The S p i r i t Speaks to the Church." Roll call was answered with new areams and new hopes. A motion) to retam^all officers was approved. ,Mrs, Nell Imbody gave the mission topic, "The Circle We Live In" from a book, "Ever Widening Circles." , During the social hour, Mrs. Violet Gnshkat and Mrs. Kathryn Snyder won the honors. Members of the First United Church of Christ Churchmen's Brotherhood will be joined by women of the church Mnndav p]?ht to hear Dr. Theodore Bonstedt of Marion He is director of the- Marion Mental Health Clinic and will speak on work of the clinic here. Presiding for.the program at 7:30 will be V. E. Cu|p, head of the brotherhood organization. During a program for the Calvary EUB Mary Martha Class party and selling of'gummed address labels. A pocluck meeting'for the congregation will be sponsored by the society Feb. 1 following an official board meeting. Hostess, for the next'Women's meeting will be Mrs. Francis Gruber. Partnership Formed GALION--Formation of a partnership to be known as Gallon Decorators was announced today by Don Tupps of Gallon and Edward Harpster of Mansfield. The two x men" had worked together in Mansfield 17 years ago, then split up. Mr. Topps has been running the Gallon Decorators business here recently while Mr. Harpster has been associated with the Hart Woodworking Service in Mansfield.. was the topic when Miss Helen May, guidance counselor at Harding High School, addressed the Special, Class Parents 'dub Wednesday night at the West Town Branch of National City Bank. ' 'Devotions were given by Mrs, Kenneth Raymond and the attendance prize went to Mrs. Betty Lefflec,, special class teacher at Glenwood, for having the most par* ents present. During the business session plans were made to hold a combined bake and rummage sate in j the Eagles Building 1 April «L Meager- ship in the Manon.County Mental Health Association was authorized. The speaker was introduced by Floyd Hofacker, program chairman. Mrs. Joseph Mayse served refreshments. Howard Quinn, public school psychologist, x will be the speaker ' for the March 5 meeting to be held at the bank. Odd Fellows Hall Mrs LouiseiTuesday night at the Parish House Cloyce Taylor who was ( by Mrs. J. K. Lyons, program chairman. Mrs. Taylor spoke on "Let's Look at Textiles" and explained the four categories of textiles--animal, vegetable, synthetic and mineral. During the business meeting presided over by Mrs. Ered Dutt, oresident, reports were given by Mrs. Carl Danner, treasurer; Mrs. Leroy Clauer, critic, and Mrs. Robert Castner/social chairman. Mrs. Worley also reoorted on the dub project of sales for the blind. Beta Chapter of Y-Gradale sorority held a business meeting at the YMCA Monday night. A rummage sale for March was discussed and a report on Christmas baskets was given. Preceding the meeting, various .games were played. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Glendon May n Monday, Jan. 19. Mrs. Irwm Slackford will be in charge. Discussion at a meeting of the!" Marion Garden Center Tuesday! loon in the community rooms atj he West Town Branch of National City. Bank was, on the fall flower snow and the project of providing a planter for the YMCA. Mrs. CRESTLINE -- The Crawford County prosecuting attorney has granted the CresUine Board of Education permission to hold its organizational meeting next Monday in connection with its monthly bus;ness meeting. The permission was granted, the school board announced today, because the president of the board was out of town last Monday, the date boards normally meet to reorganize. Dies of Burns HILLSBORO, Ohio (AP)-Gale Chaney, 65, died here Wednesday of burns suffered in a fire at his home near the Highland County Fairgrounds. The fire occurred Tuesday night and the small dwelling was destroyed. Chaney, still conscious, was found about 150 feet from the house when firemen arrived. Watson presided and Mrs. Blanche Hartpence was installing officer assisted by Mrs. Emma Zieg. Serving with the president during the year will be Mrs. Clara Layman, senior vice president; Mrs. Laura Kraus, treasurer; Mrs. Zieg, conductor; Mrs. Clara Hecker, guard; Mrs. Hartpence, secretary; Mrs. Leva McCurdy, assistant guard; Mrs. F e m e Lamb, musician, and Mrs. Pearl Spears, Mrs. Mabel Huddle, Mrs. Reba Musgrave, and Mrs. Mary Gearhart, color bearers. A mystery box was won by Mrs. McCurdy. Mrs. Bowman presented gifts to Mrs. Hartpence and Mrs. Zieg. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kraus, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Huddle and Mrs. Spears.' Twelve members answered roll call by naming their favorite song when the Past High Priestess Association of Marion Shrine 15 met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Laura Eicher on King Ave. Mrs. Esther Bear read devotions from the 10th chapter of the Book ef Luke. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Minnie Baughman, co-hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Wanda Geddis with Mrs. Mary Fisher as co-host- Miss Ruth Zachman took members on an imaginary plane trip around the world to visit with missionaries. She was assisted by Miss Alice Zachman, Miss Wilma Click and Mrs. Gloria Amrine. A dessert luncheon. was served. Mrs Marie Russell and Miss Doris Bradmg were in charge. Devotions were by Miss Margaret Craig. Hostess for a meeting^of the Wesley Methodist Margery * Mayer Circle Tuesday afternoon was Mrs. Bertha Barkley. She entertained in her Uncapher Ave. A poem was given by Mrs. R. G. Smallwood and program topic was "Bridge To Cross ( the Centuries" on work] in Algeria given by Mrs. Charles' Williams, Mrs. Lucille' 1 Edin*ton and Mrs. Cena Montague. Mrs. C. P. Thomas will be hostess -for the next meeting at the church. When the Community Methodist Woman's Society elected new officers Tuesday night Mrs. Robert Bush was named president; Mrs. Donald Porter, vice president; Mrs. Frank Taylor, secretary, and Mrs. Donald Coile, treasurer. Mrs. Taylor was hostess in her home on Luscb Rd. A report of 12 sick calls was made by 13 mem- ers. Devotions were by Mrs. Por- er and a program was under di- i the baby shoppe FtNAL CLEARANCE All WomenVChildren's Fur Trimmed House Slippers Shop now and save in Marion's Greatest Children's Clothing Sales Event! Shop Friday 9:30 till 9 P.M. CLEARANCE ,, / SAVE! To Hear . . . Charles H. iv Keating 'Um, .methods, the scope of problems and steps taken to k'combat the. sale of objection- S.abV'liferature on newsstands * in Cincinmitu * * ij · . Jhe Greatest Shoe Values, Anywhere! Women's Novelties and Teen Age Shoes 1 Formerly 3.00 to 7.00 P.M. UHION HALL | j V r / lacier Street ; ; . '" · Ho Admission IE ws P 4 PER fl R C H1V1 AT SCHIFF'S NOW Hurry ...114 Only! Girls' Belter DRESSES All from our regular stock . . . Reduced for this sale. Nylons · Everglaze · Cottons · Sizes 1 to 6x, 7 to 14 Reg. $2.98 $| M Now l.al Reg. $3.95 $A 77 Now LAI Reg. $4.98 $ Now, Reg. 55.95 $ Now M-J .^1 1 Reg. $7.95 $ Now 57 BATH ROBES For Boys and Girls! FLANNEL -- CORDUROY -QUILTS -- Sizes 2 to 14 '2,23 '2,98 '4.45 Beg. $2.98 Now . ·Reg. $3.98 Now\. Reg. $5.95 Now .. SAVE 25% $148 Reg. $7.95 Now Boys' Size 2 to 14 FLANNEL SHIRTS Reg. $2.98 Now SAVE ON PAJAMAS Boys' and Girls' Knit Ski and Flannel Sizes 3 to 14 Reg. $2.95 $ . Now '2.23 NOW 2 To 4,88 i , ...BIG SHOE STORES Drastically Reduced for Clearance! Boys' and Girls' styles. Sizes 2 to 14 years GIRLS' Reg. $19.85 Now.... · Reg. $26.95 COAT Now VVM I Reg ^ j. SETS. Reg. $29.95 Now ... 14.95 19,95 18,95 22,95 Boys' and Girls' JACKETS ·ond Reg. $10.95 Now . . Now SUITS _ * .. ,. Reg. $17.95 Sizes b mo. to 14 · NOW ... ..'T.95 $ 8.95 10,95 12,95 13.50 nnnnwnAw nwn««nHnAAA? Special Group Fine Qualify GIRLS' BLOUSES Sizes 1 to 14 Reg. $1.98 NoW ........ , ........... Reg. $2.98 $ Now FLANNEL LINED JEANS FLANNEL LINED CORDUROYS Sizes 3 to 12 -, SAVE 25% Reg. $1.98 ' $1 JO Now liHO Reg. $3.98 Now .'. '2,98 Our Entire Stock Girls' Skirts Reduced Sizes 1 to 14 Reg. $3.98 ... Reg. $2.98 Now .... Reg. $4.98 Now Charge Accounts Welcomed .'.*2,23 *3.33 (Girls' Top Quality Orion BULKY SWEATERS WHITE or COLORS, Sizes 4 to 14 Reg. $4.98 $· Aft Now -... QiKQ Reg. $7.95 ,, Now '5.58 HeY K:PS! herte comes "UPPO Big, big open house to celebrate grand opening of National City's Plaza Branch. At the new Marion Plaza - Shopping Center. Gifts, prizes, pibgram, a ball for all! Hippo, for the Kids. NATIONAL CITY BANK OP MARION Memb«r of FDIC SL's Store Opens , 12:00 Noon Friday MONEY" SAVING.... BELOW COST , , For the true bargain hunter, we have selected many Items! · .. · ; '] from our Dress and Su/f'Depfs; and marked them cost and v; way below - ; v DRESSES Values to 60.00 SUITS Values to 70.00 \ , ^ ALL REMAINING Davidow Suits 50% OFF Use Our . '· BUDGET ACCOUNTS *, , For TBis Se , sutton Mitner '- O - - i * .FWSFAPFR!