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December 3, 1969

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Daily News... For And A bout Women Leo Teholiz Is Guest Speaker At W.L.C. Luncheon Honoring Past Presidents Ludington Daily Newt, Wednesday, December 8, I960. 3 Couple Observes 30th Wedding Nancy Ann Elms Is Bride Of Don L. Tritsch Miss Nancy Ann Elms, gowns of identical Juliette style daughter of Mr. and Mrs. in bittersweet crepe, featuring James Elms of 1395 N. small stand-up collar, empire Washington Ave., and Don L. waistline and long full gathered Tritsch of Dearborn were united sleeves. Rehearsal Dinner, Reception Honor Couple Woman's Literary Club met becoming identifiable scrib- Cronenwett, Willard Carr, A. J. jT\.li>tll\)C>lSClty at Stearns Motor Inn Tuesday bling, which leads to develop- Bosoms, Morton Westlund, ,, , ,. _,..,. afternoon honoring past ment of talent. ' Clarence Stielstra, Edgar Sch- . . r> and „ ™ llllp presidents of the club, and He stated that art is one of waibold and David Elliott. " elmer recentlv were ac th» as me ami ano „..„ .,..„. v Meisen- Mrs, Chester Mefsenheimer heimer recently were honored presided at the coffee service, at open house at Amber Town- Guests were present from eaturng 1*0 ieno,,z as ine oioen craruanaSK.US Decorating committee was hall " obser vance of their 30th Ludington, Scottville, Fountain speaker. being used in idea exchange comprized of Mrs. Joseph S. wpM -, ns , ann j vprqarv and Midland Mrs. Herbert Schultz in- before writing existed - as Lew i S( Mrs. Albert Doty and w !j ding " " S7' A r t tamv Sfta were received ht, troduced Mr. Teholiz, professor expressed on walls of caves, in Mrs . clarence Dittmer. Mr> and Mrs ' WlIIard Cox ' of y g received ^ of art and humanities at West symbolic design. . M Frances Doner was Shore Community College. "Art He stated that a child should Mary rrances uoner was Teaching in Elementary be permitted to draw from self School" was the subject expression rather than a duscussed in an interesting and definite assigned object. Neither acceDte( i aq a new ~embtr .... - Mr. and Mrs. John Tritsch informative manner. too much praise nor criticism Bc ™?™ a !JL"!T .™ er ; were united sleeves. nn , nni .i were host at a rehearsal dinner Mr. Teholiz stated that he has should be given the beginner A *T -no 4 -' m " ? 3 w V f C ?i r.»Jt TnH at Gibbs Countr y House sometimes found art looked child since high praise may give day Nov. 22, at St. Simon bouquet of bi terswee and Restan]ant recent , > honori b W0fk He has tnc child * ^ O f « elf Catholic Church The Rev bronze chrysanthemums and thejr Dm ^ flnd % Uestione 5 {rom time to satisfaction, detering desire to ch , 5±*to°2r£^^ TeiMI S£T w 're Dior ^ Nancy Ann Elms. time a\ to hi, belief hi ••art work to improve: and criticism < mh ™ - ^3T"5«l5ed ™ ^' n , me aouoie ring service. ineir neaupiei-ca wcic Guests included Miss Laura taught at an early age in the may cause the child to think Me sdames T J Demers Mrs> Myron De l av ergne ._. Tritsch, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. schools." He suggested in- it a useless endeavor. Kenneth Dittmar and Mrs Doty' and served the anniversary Works great. Fenstermacher, Joseph Miller, troducing drawing with the use He termed drawing a matter ' y ' cake. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wheeler of crayons and paper, which of expressed observation. • and Ginger and Jeff Wheeler may be termed creative art or Mrs. Robert Lunde, president, and Mrs. Patrick Ryan all of scribbling at the early age, gave a short prayer for the late Cincinnati, Ohio; Miss Elaine later developing into controlled Mrs. George Ackersville, a Pike of Montague, Mr. and Mrs. scribbling and eventually former member. route 2 Scottville and Miss Don- the honorees. — na Jean Meisenheimer, children receive honorary of the honored couple, planned ••* . in the club, and tne event UCBT Franklin Wagoner was r^^ were in pink and Dear Heloisc . white color scheme featuring This hint will help people who streamers and bells. own black-paged scrapbooks. Two-tier pink and white cake, Instead of using slips of paper ice cream, nutmeats, mints, or writing with a special pen sandwiches, coffee and punch while labeling the pictures, go to your sewing kit and use a white tailor's chalk-pencil. pilb FUbrandt. 0 - ho ?4°n tgv hospitaHty Helpful Todd Fenstermacher of Angola, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Elms of Holland, Miss Marilyn Hammerle, Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Hammerle, Mr. and Mrs. James Elms, the honorees and the hosts. A reception also was given for the couple Saturday at Stork Special Mrs. Bernard Robertson played piano selections preceding the meeting. Tables were decorated with pine greens, forming a runner down the center of four tables at which members were seated. Balls, pine cones and candles Hu- completed the decor. A xui u , e t uu H , c o«i«iu.j a,, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Hu- completed the decor A wire Cabana on Dixie Highway in let of Minot, N.D., announce the basket of flocked fruit was Cincinnati. The reception was birth of a daughter, Kimberly featured on the table at which given by Mr. and Mrs. John Ann, this morning at Trinity the honorees were seated Past Tritsch, parents of the Hospital in Minot. Mr. Hulet is presidents included' Mesdames bridegroom. a former resident of Ludington. H-T B.^A.^V.flijj, Holiday Party Is Enjoyed By Amber Club Margaret Johnson Ponko, Raymond E. Somers, Frank C. Ely, Dan Dewey, LeMoyne Gifts were exchanged. VFW Auxiliary Amber Child Study Club held Holiday theme. • Christmas party Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Wilbur Nelson on Rasmussen Guests present included Mrs. Road. Edwin Rasmussen, Mrs. Philip •• i • if,,!- n| An * Mrs. Elwood VanderVeer, Sheets and Mrs. Robert Wolff. M3K6S TUIB llflllS Mrs. Neil Johnson and Mrs. Members present were Richard Irwin were co- Mesdames Peter Barton, Leveaux Auxiliary 2409 to Vet- hostesses. : . William Gaylord, Earl Herban, erans O f Foreign Wars met Mrs. Carl Rossi, president, Ervan Kissel, Clarence Monday evening in VFW Hall, conducted the business meeting. LaPorte, Donald Nelson, Carl w ^ n Mr S> Andrew Tuinistra, Mr-s. Leslie Rasmussen Rossi, Otto Allison, Albert Pack, pres ident conducting, presented the program, showing Leslie Rasmussen and the j rt « ota « movies of he? recent trip to hostesses. Members planned to donate $5 Spain Next meeting will be Jan. 6 to the Mitten Tree project and Sandwiches, candies, cakes, at the home of Mrs, Albert to remember shut-ins at Christ- coffee and punch were served Pack on East Sixth Street. Fun mas time, from a table decorated in Night will be featured. .•-...• RUM Miller Studio Phot* Mr., Mrs. Don L. Tritsch The bridegroom is the son of bows of matching bittersweet Mr. and Mrs. John Tritsch of crepe. 9788 Otterbein Road, Cincinnati, Ohio. A Christmas party was planned to be Monday, Dec. 8, .at 6:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Francis Lafond, 405 N. Rath Ave., which will include auxiliary members and their hus- Miss Janet Schneider, bride- breads and coffee were served bands. ,,«._„ elect, was honored at a brunch on crystal trays. A reception and buffet supper a morni gt fte w Present were Mesdames were held at Knight of „_,__/,-_ i n» i,^*«e«,«c. Miss Janet Schneider Is Honored At Shower uaean Jr - ana Mri ?- Garv Sldes white bridal candle. Heikkila, Gary Page and the M rs. Lafond and Mrs. James Prayer." caring for gifts; Miss Mary Ann The serving table> cove red Misses Freda Schneider, Jean C assan will be in charge of the Miss Marilyn Hammerle was Masse registering guests; and ^^ & whUe ]inen c , oth) was guelder, Marsha Schneider, par t y . maid of honor; Miss Elaine Mrs. Joseph LaFremere, aunt cefttered witn wh jt e and green Debra Schneider, the honored Refreshments were served by Pike : of Montague and Miss of the bride, of Chicago, flowers flanked by green tapers guest, Janet Schneider, and the Mrs. Robert Hamp, assisted by Laura Tritsch, .sister of the presiding at the silver coffee in crysta i holders. hostesses, Mrs. James Strahan Mrs. Carl Carlson and Mrs. bridegroom, of Cincinnati were service. Fresh {ruit cups ro u S) . nu t and Mrs. Wayne Schneider. Dean Hall, bridesmaids. - James Miller of Mrs. James McCarthy and Mesdames Wil- Cincinnati was best man; Miss Kathy Gallagher of was ushers were Todd Fen- Dearborn served the cake. stermacher of Angola, Ind.; and Guests 'were present from Michael Elms of Holland. Chicago, 111.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Ginger Wheeler and Jeff Angola, Ind.; Udorn, Thailand; Wheeler, niece and nephew of Detroit, Dearborn, Lansing, the bridegroom, were flower Grand Rapids, Beaver. Island, girl and ringbearer, respec- Montague, Charlevoix and tively. Kalamazoo. Mr. Elms gave his daughter The bride, a graduate of St. in marriage. The bride's gown Simon schools, was graduated was of champagne satin, regal from Nazareth College, brocade with tapered Victorian Kalamazoo, with a B.A. degree sleeves, small stand-away in elementary teaching and EDITOR'S NOTE- THE Uam Tarr ' Scott AmeS Sr " CaS ' HAIL v NEWS WILL BE HAPPY san ' Lafond ' Carlson ' Edward ?0 R E C E I V E CON?mBU Zywicki, Dean Hall, Mary John- OUR son - Anton Nielsen. Andrew Our Town HARRIS AT 845-5181 OR MAIL ITEMS TO THE DAILY NEWS. Participating wtr* Hi* MisM« Jtnniftr P«ttr«on, Staeey Bthan, Shdlty Bthan, Ann Stickler, and Rennit Ptttrson, Brian Hannah, Grtg Hannah, Randy Bthan, Tommy Drtws, Andy Drtws and Hopptr. Adults ac . collar, fitted bodice and flowing Spanish. d a-line skirt with bow-capped The bridegroom, a graduate fa ^^*~ f „''^ j^J" were chapel-length train. of Moeller High School, Cin- family of Hamlin Late> were v ^ m noppwr> wuwii . _. Her double-tiered satin cinnati, was graduated from wheeken j«2 s ZSZ^g^* «""'•"""« *• « reu " ^~ headpiece was secured to an Tri-State University, School of their son and ^^r^n-taw, Mtsdamts Ctrald Hopper, Gltn elbow-length veil of illusion. Engineering, Angola, Ind. He is £?. r - ^T-^i'.^their son all of Hannan ' otto Ptttrsorl and She carried a cascade of an engineer at Ford Motor Co., *™ ™ner WMI ei charlts Drtws. yellow roses and greens in- Dearborn. Clarkston. The Haners were Mr$> Anfo|| chva|a of 811 N> tertwined- with her maternal Following their wedding trip grandmother's gold pendant to Toronto, Canada, Mr. and wa tch. ' Mrs. Don L. Tritsch reside in The bride's attendants wore Taylor. Detroit and were ^^ at at Where Women Go TONIGHT Mrs. Wilbur Crawford of Farmington. Temple, at 6:30 p.m. Dinner Mr. and Mrs William Sehradtr meeting. James St. has returned to her home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Chvala of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. George Peet of Liberty Center, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson of Saline and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lowe of Ann Arbor. Frtdolf Andtrson was . of Port Huron ' Mr " and ™?' feted recently at a luncheon giv- y Sa "SSj- .*-- ^ Court Ludington 745, Catholic Daughters o America, at St. Simon Family Center, Bryant Road, at 7:dO p.m. THURSDAY St. ROM Circle, in the home of Mrs. Alex Soldusky, 301 First St., at 2:30 p.m. Ladies Aid Society, Christmas party, at Bethany Lutheran Church, at 1 p.m. Carry-in luncheon. Ladies Auxiliary, Canton Ex celsiar 10, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, at Odd Fellow Mrs ' 50 * Xi Alpha Ch Chpr of Beta *er of route 2 Ludington. Inn . Att€nding we re Mesdames Camn 542 R N A Sigma Phi Sorority, in the home Mr. and Mr.. Harold Fi«h.r Leonard Bestrom, Mel Johnson, Tt Odd Fellow of Mrs - Gary Dancz, 723 Brother and daughters, Susan and Nan- Ivan Tillotson, Roy Werle, Erv' «•• « »=» <- • Heloise Hints Dgar Heloise . Q . windshie i ds full of grime ^ and ^ . g yery disconcerting when driving. I keep a container of cream of tartar in the glove compartment of the car. When it rains, the grease and grime is really hazardous so I just pull over to the side of the road and sprinkle the cream of tartar on the, window, turn on the wipers and poo f . the windows are clean. Mrs. Michael Harding Mrs. Fisher. The Fishers returned to their home Sunday. Tht South Shortlint Community 4-H Club will m«tt Thursday •t 7:30 p.m. at South Summit School. A brief business stsiion will bt followed by Christmas party with gamts, refreshments and 50 cent gift exchange. Members may bring guest. Church of Christ Sunday School children visited at the Mason County Medical Care Facility Saturday noon and sang several songs for the patients. My sincere thanks for the many cords, messages and gifts I received while o patient ot Blodgett Hospital. They were deeply op* precioted. Mrs. Eldonna Adams Do Your Christmas Shopping Early... 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