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April 12, 1949

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TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1949 Dinner Marks 10th Anniversary Of Hostesses THE EVENING INDEPENDENT. MASSILLON, OHIO SEVEN Miss Langenf eld To Wed May 7 In St. Clement's Mr. and Mrs. Dean Grove of 1626 38th st NW, Canton, gave a prenuptial dinner party Saturday evening in honor of Miss Marie Langenfeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Langenfeld of Market st, Navarre, and Robert Boydelatour, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boydelatour of 1656 31st st NE, Canton, and their wedding party. The table decorations were carried out in a yellow and white color scheme with gardenia corsages for the young women. ^ The wedding will take place Saturday morning, May 7, at a nuptial mass at 10 o'clock in St. Clement's church, Navarre. The Rev. Anthony P. Bocff will officiate using the double ring ceremony. The Hnglish custom of open church \vill be observed. Miss Langenfeld is a graduate of Navarre high school and is employed in the cost typing department of Republic Steel Corp. Mr. Boydelatour is a graduate of Middlcbranch high .school and is employed at the Timkcn Roller Bearing Co. * * * * * * Miss Dolores Peters To Wed Theodore /. Cunningham May 7 THE ANNOUNCEMENT of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Dolores E. Peters and Theodore J. Cunningham is being made by the parents of the bride-to-be, Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Committee Heads Named For Ensuing Year IN CHARGE of the dinner party honoring the 10th anniversary of the organization; of the Volunteer Hostesses of the Massillon city hospital were the following officers of the group: seated left to right, Mrs. D. B. Fricker, chairman; Mrs. Clyde Slicker, secretary; and Mrs. R. A. Donze, vice-chairman, and standing, left to right, Mrs. R. S. Evans, afternoon and evening chairman, and Mrs. Duke Blacet, treasurer. . . • • Volunteer hostesses of the Massillon city hospital gathered Monday evening at 6:30 in the dining room of the Massillon Woman's club when a delightful dinner party marked the 10th anniversary of the founding of that organization. Covers were laid for 39 past and present hostesses and guests at two tables using the Easter theme for decoration. A rabbit figurine pulling a small Dutch cart filled with daffodils and jonquils formed the centerpiece of the speakers' table and the other table was centered with an orchid top hat from which a bunny figurine appeared to be jumping from a nest of Easter eggs. Daffodil nosegays surrounded with lace paper frills marked each place and the tall yellow tapers in crystal candelabra completed the charming setting. * * * * Peters of 345 1st st SE. The marriage will take place Saturday morning, May 7, at 11 o'clock in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Miss Peters is a graduate oil year veteran of World War 11. , - . ., Washington high school and is em-|having served with the 37th divi-i aa > r evening at me COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN and co-chairmen were appointed when members of the Y. W. C. A board of trustees mot with Miss Vida Beamer, president, Monday evening at the Y. \V. Members of the board are, seated left to right, Mrs. Wilfred Rucmmele, treasurer; Miss Beamer, Miss Ruth Dixon and Mrs R. K. Sutler; star-ding, Mrs. W. E. N. Smith, Mrs. R ussell Pitts, Mrs. J. E. McCormick and Miss Ruth Chapman. Miss Vida Beamer, newly elected president of the Y. W. C. A., together with members of the board of trustees of that organization, met Mon- ployed by the Republic Steel Corp I *' on - is employed by the Elum Mr Cunningham, a graduate of . \\ashmgton high school and a five! of Lincoln Wav NW * * * *" * * employed „«?,.* Mrs. W. S. Walrath, immediate past chairman of the group gave the table prayer and following the dinner Mrs. B. Fricker, chairman, gave the welcoming remarks. Mrs. Clyde Slicker, secretary, presented a brief resume of the history of the group since its founding March 30, 1939. The first officers elected Oct. 18, 1939 were Mrs. Byron Giltz, chairman, Mrs. J. S. Gossett, vice-chairman and Mrs. C. E. Loar, secretary. April 4, 1940 marked the drafting of the constitution for the group and May vear the first 12 of the same uniforms were donned by the hostesses. There are now 38 members serving the hospital. A business and social meeting is held the first Monday of each month. Speakers for the evening were Miss Florence Critz, who recently resigned as hospital dietician, Mrs. Lois II. Arnold superintendent of nurses, and E. J. Lincke, hospital superintendent. Miss Critz snoke briefly on "The Value of a Smile" and presented an original hostess song to the group. She was presented with a ?ift as a token of remembrance. Mrs. Arnold expressed her thanks [or the service given the hospital by the hostesses. Mr. Lincke, who was presented by Mrs. Fricker, discussed the various divisions necessary to give good service to the Massillon city hpspi- tal patients. f Election of officers will ba' held during the May 2 meeting, which will be held in the cottage dining room at the hospital. Members named to the nominating committee are Mrs. A. D. Weinsweig, Mrs. C. W. Angevman and J|fs. K. C. Sayre. Social committee for the May meeting .is compo'sed' of Mrs. Marie Shepley, Miss Dorothy Rcm- ley and Miss Margaret Jane Shepley. ' ?, Monte Carlo bridge'-was the diversion of the evening'with honors Roing to Mrs. T. M. StuHs and Mrs. James Lee. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Shcnley. Wedding Vows Spoken In Garver Home In Navarre i .MR. AND MRS. FRANK YOUNKER of 29th st NW announce the marriage of their daughter, Virginia Lucille, to Lester Louis Speicher. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Speicher, route 3, Navarre. The marriage took place Sunday morning, April 3, at 11:30 in the Garver residence, Navarre, with Mayor Edwin Garver officiating and performing the double ring ceremony. Miss Florence Garver was maid of honor and Daniel Speicher served his brother as best man. For her marriage the bride chose Drama Group To Present Play April 25 A social evening featuring the Drama group's presentation of the one-act play, "Parted on Her Wedding Morn," and followed by games of bingo, will be open to members of Court Massillon, Catholic Daughters of America, and their friends, April 25 in the social center of St. Mary's Catholic church. =* * * IT WAS ANNOUNCED Monday evening at the C. D. of A. meeting in the K. of C. club rooms that the proceeds from this entertainment will be used in the Blue Cross work. The Blu« Cross circle will meet April 19 in the K. of C. hall at 1:30 and at 7:30 p. m. to roll bandages for the leper, colony. All volunteers are welcome and any member having old linen of any kind- should contact Mrs. John Richie. Members are invited to .listen Easter evening .at 8:30 over the Mutual network to the Rev. Fr. Patrick Peyton's program, "The Triumphant Hour" in which leading actors and actresses ol Hollywood will participate. Plans were completed Monday evening for a reception in honor of new members to be held May 15. A dinner at the Massillon' Woman's club at 6 will precede the ritual which will be held in St. Mary's social center. Interdenominational Breakfast Is Planned "Freedom's Opportunity— The Christian Home" will be i the theme of the interdenominational breakfast and fellow- Celebrate Golden Weddin appoint committees for the ensuing year. Various committee heads and ^Z^DiK^a^Miss Ruth^P hour to be sponsored Wednesday morning,' May"^ a1 ,Chapman, chairman and co-chair-!^ :du ° clock in St. Pauls Lutheran church by the Massillon iman, respectively cf the Y-Teen! Coun cil of Church Women. committee; Mrs. A. H. Senior,! Attorney Harold Kropf, prominent church worker in chairman, and Mrs. Wright Me-jOrrville, will be the speaker. Croba, co-chairman social eom-j Invitations have been extended to all churches urging women of mittee; Mrs. Florence Richardson,[the churches to attend. Reservations which are being accepted bv chairman camp committee; Mrs.! each church, are requested to be made not later than Monday morri- G. H. Atkinson, chairman person-!ing, May 2. nel committee; Mrs. Wilfred Ruem-| Mrs. Charley Porr is program chairman and is being assisted by mele, chairman finance committee. | a committee comprised of Mrs. 0. R. Gerber, Mrs. Charles Flowers Mrs. Russell Pitts, chairman, | and Mrs. E. E. Chandler. Serving on the place committee are Mrs. Mrs. W. E. N. Smith, co-chairman,{Russell Pitts, chairman, Mrs. John Gossett and Mrs. John Barber, house and residence committee;! * * * * * * Mrs. Mildred Campbell, chairman! food service committee; Mrs. Otto Schneider, chairman Y-Nus committee; Miss Clara Stover, chairman public affairs committee; Mrs. J. C. Perry, chairman, Mrs: R./Jv. Sutler, co-chairman world fellowship committee. - _ v.~v,. -s, Mrs. A. L. Shattuck, chairman, Bond when the final meeting of the year of the History" sectio'n~oYthe Mrs. Harold Urban, co-chairman, • Massillon Woman's club was held Monday afternoon at the club. Mrs. membership committee; Mrs. J. E.' Milton, Rust, president of the section, presided. McCormick, chairman public rela- ; Mrs - Bond, in her discussion, followed the lives, in part, of Gen- tions committee, and Mrs. Roberti eral " Mad Anthony" Wa$-ne, General Phillip H. Sheridan, and General Klotz, chairman, and Mrs. J. C.| VllLIla m Tecumseh Sherman. Redd, co-chairman, volunteer serv-j Section Concludes Year With Study Of Ohio Military Men "MILITARY MEN FROM OHIO" was discussed by Mrs. George Ifl \t'Hon til ft f 1 n *ll m nnfiTirr nf flin -..nn.. ~ C i.T-_ TTT^t .. i - M .m an orchid suit with black accessories and corsage of pink roses and carnations. Carrying out the traditions of something borrowed, something blue the bride , wore her mother's sapphire neck«' lace and earrings. * Miss Garver contrasted her grey twccd suit \yith red "accessories • and a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Younger chose a dark blue dress •.i with brown accessories and a cor- 1 r sage of white carnations for her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Speicher, the groom's mother wore a gray) suit with black accessories and corsage of white carnations. their honeymoon trip until July when they will spend two weeks in Kingsport, Tenn., with the grooori sister. They will reside at the residence of the groom's parents until their new house which is .'upclcr construction at Harmon is ready for occupancy. Mr. Speicher is employed by the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway at Brewster. A RETURN * * CHECK for tax MR. AND MRS. CHARLES H. SPANGLER THE GOLDEN WEDDING anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Charles H. Spangler, 184 25th st SE, was celebrated. Sunday, with open house at the residence of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Rov Spangler, 2200 38th st NW, Canton. Open house was held in the afternoon from 2 to 4 when many friends and relatives called to extend congratulations. Beautiful floral gifts sent by' friends decorated'the house. The refreshment table was decorated with flowers and gold candies. Mrs. Spangler wore a corsage of yellow roses, and Mr. Spangler had a white carnation b.outonniere, the gifts of their son, Roy. Many handsome gifts and cards of congratulation were received by the bride and groom of 50 years. ice committee. Announcement also was made at Monday evening's meeting that the local Y. W. C. A. will observe National Y. W. C. A. week April 24-30. Mrs. A. H. Senior is chairman of arrangements for this observance. o—o—o Tent Plans a Rummage Sale A RECEPTION was held at the Speicher residence for 35 relatives. The table was covered with-a white iincn cloth and centered-.with a two tiered cake topped .with a (nimaturc -bride and groom. The tvcdding supper was served at (he Garver residence. Guests were present from Paris. Canton. Portsmouth, Orrvitlc, Ml. Eaton. Woos- ler and Massillon. Many handsome gifts were received. The bride gave her atlend- MRS. KATHRYN SCHOTT. patriotic instructor, read an interesting article from "Reveille in Washington, D. C." by Margaret Leech Monday evening at the regular meeting of Mrs. Major McKinley lent No. 1, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil war held in G. A. R. hall. The article told of the demonstration in Washington April 10, 1865, the day following the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. were The young couple will delay Silverware Make it Sterling, a piece that will be prized nnd valued for all time. DIGNIFIED CREDIT Select one of our Heirloom or International Sterling Sets, read and it was decided to hold a rummage sale in the hall Saturday, April 30. Another bingo parly will be held in G. A. R. hall Monday, April 18 at 7:30. Members and friends arc invited to attend. o—o- -o To vary spinach cook, chop and season it with grated onion, salt and freshly ground pepper: then mix it with buttered steamed rice and serve very hot ns an accompaniment to a meat dish. stamps was presented to the court by Mrs. Paul Sibila, tax stamp chairman. A representative group of C. D. of A. members was appointed to meet with the Public Affairs committee of the Y. W. C. A. at a meeting to be scheduled at a later date. They will help the committee in their project to clean up Massillon, a plan undertaken by the Y. W. C. A. An article from national headquarters entitled "Our Duty to Vote'' was read. National Commun"- ion Day of the Catholic Daughters of America will be observed May 1. Mrs. Herbert Paul, chairman of the choral group announced that rehearsals will be held each Friday evening. The Alpha section of Mother Seton Study club will meet April 20 at the residence of Mrs. Leo Ferris. Coming Meetings Meetings at St. Paul's Group 2 of the Spys of St. Paul's Lutheran church will meet Tuesday evening a t 6:30 followed at 7 by a Spy cabinet meeting. The Sunday school board will "meet at 8. D. A. R. To Meet Mrs. H. W. Swihart of Brewster will be hostess, Wednesday afternoon, at 2, to members of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Epworth Women's Society Women's society cf the Epworth a re- in the evening a family dinner was served. The golden wedding theme was carried out in the table appointments with a three tiered wedding cake as the centerpiece. Gold tapers illuminated the setting. Mr. and Mrs. Spangler were married April 11. 1899, in St. Peters Catholic church, Canton. Thev O 0—O Mrs. Hall Is Honored MRS. WANDA HALL, who will leave in the near future to make her home in Pasadena, Cal., was " honored Monday evening at a dinner party at Padula's by the em- ployes of the second floor of the Ideal Co. Mrs. Hall, an employe in the ready-to-wear department for the past two years, was presented with Engaged Class Hears Easter Story MRS. HOWARD SNAVELY was hostess Saturday evening when the Semper Fidelis class of the Evangelical United Brethren church met at the church. The Easter j story related by Earl Geis was fol-' lowed by prayer offered by Walter I h a v four children, Clarence Spangter, of Pulaski, Pa., Clyde Spangler of Massillon and Roy Spangler and Mrs. J. J. Brown of Canton, 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A veteran of the Spanish-American War, Mr. Spangler formerly owned and operated the McKinley home restaurant in Canton and was an employe of the Dueber- Hampden Watch works at the time of its closing. Mr. and Mrs. Spangler have been residents of Massillon since 1923. Maurice Brunker. class president, conducted a short business j session and together with Mrs. j Brunker. was in charge of the evening's entertainment. Easter ap-i pointmcnts were used when re- j freshments were served to 25' ! members. games of keno were enjoyed. o—o—o a lovely farewell gift. The group; later journeyed to Canton where! Mr - and Mrs - Dale Maxheiraer of Cummings rd will be host and hostess for the May 14 meeting of the class. o—o—o Girl Scouts To Train Pet Dogs Miss Campbell Is Betrothed MISS METTIE KETLER ANNOUNCEMENT is being made of the engagement o£ Miss General Wayne, though not an Ohioan by birth gained esteem through his command of forces in jthe northwest territory and as i commissioner to treat the Indians iin the 1790's. Sheridan was raised in the Ohio village of Somerset and in 1848 entered West Point military acad- jemy from which he was graduated Jin 1853. At the start of the Civil war he became major general of the volunteer army and later was calvary general with General If. S. Grant at Lookout mountain and Missionary Ridge. * * * MRS. BOND read excerpts from the poem. "Sheridan's Ride," concerning the battle at Winchester. He was appointed major general of the regular army following this battle and remained as general of the calvary with Grant until the battle of Appomattox terminating (the Civii War. The difference in appearance of Grant and Lee was very pronounced in that Lee'was attired in full army uniform with sword while iGrant wore a soiled uniform and was without sword. The surrender of the south had (been completed by Grant allowed jthe southerners to keep their horses and mules to aid in rebuilding what had been destroyed. * * * THE THIRD man. William T. Mettie Ketler of North Lawrence ,._ . ,„ ,,_„ area are to be privileged with a O^T?- ^ N £. MRS - A - U - CAJlp -'dog training course conducted bv BELL. D9 Erie st S, announce the:Robert Spansler and one of his engagement of their daughter, Hel- ~ en. to Homer Glenn Knight, son of Mrs. Lulu Knight, 328 4th st SE. Mr. Knight, an employe of Massil- GIRL SCOUTS in the Massillon | to Frank Varga. jr.. son of Mr. and l. Sherman, was born near Lancaster, and at 'the b< trained dogs. Mrs. Frank Varga. sr., of Shriver ave SE. Miss Ketler is a g Washington high school with the •i „, V . IT-.— - VJULLJ i. vtG i , .\[Jl 1| AU, Ui, J-.UIIL ion Mcel Casting Co.. served three j junior hisii school Ml' and one half years in the U. S.j Scouts are" invited to brins This is a beginners obedience class of r 44 and is employed by ... class and will start at 10 a. m.; Muir Photo laboratory. Mr. Vars Saturday. April 16. at Longfellow! attended Washington' ding. I leash. o—o—o Hotpoint Kitchens and Electric Appliances Visit Our New Electric and Houscwares Dept. Downstairs The Ideal Co. i Marks First | Birthday i MRS. PAUL P*ARR. 344 bcth dr SE. entertained : smrJl guests and their mothers. pupils from the sixth througrTthe 12th 'grades '-inTo'em'" d^nln'vrTti,? This P ro - l ' am bcar * ™ clement ', Saturday afternoon, between 2 and WPP!.- Cm- i nn«.«-/>nL- r^n,-;.,,i :_ »u- . - , . ._ =r "'~l'i>i.> 1.11 mis . „„„.„,, t, • ,.. . . 4 to norm- thp tir>t hirtVirfiv nnni- Local Pupils Participate In Art Program Sponsored By American Junior Red Cross llloi was ln cnar " e of a military school i in Louisiana. Sherman is well- 3 j [known for his march to the sea 'through Georgia. This march, against Johnson, wide swath, took , . , . ,, lowing the war. Sherman was a h !± K^^'^l^nt sneaker at meetings of all types. He died in 1891. Following the program Mrs. Rust addressed the group expressing her thanks for the cooperation given ch-ring the past year. Tea was served in the dining room where spring flowers were used to create nn attractive table setting. Mrs. Grant D. Esterlms presided. THE AMERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS ha. < program in local public schools. ~ ' " Eliza- sevet! C , . ° "«-vj ttii^ »j«_ii»i; U 1C IMfcl> HI LIU"* for a one-week period in the windows of a Massillon merchant ol a contest - 1! rs_ Paul VTpnlrn- oi-t i*-,*h n ~ :„ »i._ ir_ •,, . . "itn.iumi. This international school art pro ( ot Amenc:i " life. gram was begun in (he fall of 1947 lhc Ma«illon chintor nf ih, \ , < (B> Is of a q " alit >' on the basis of plans worked out " n T . " ^ - Amer -|ate with the standard of produc- by the American Junior Red Cross Junior Red Cross, is anxious ;j 0 n lor a pupil at K Methodist church will have „ „ gular meeting Wednesday evcnfh.,, at 7:30 at the church." A short 1 business session will be followed by an address by the Rev Paul Sells, pastor of the church. All members arc urged to attend. Past N Y oblc Grand Circle Mrs. George Pinis will be guest speaker Wednesday evening when Past Noble Grand circle of Abbie Rebckah lodge meets in I. O. 0 F temple. Hostesses will be Mrs Jct- ta Shoemaker. Mrs. Carrie Gilc<= Mrs. Erma Roberts and Mrs. Mayme O'Neil. Sunbeam Lodge \o. 375 Sunbeam lodge No. 375 will hold a regular meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 in G. A. R hall ' and the Eastern Arts tion. The experimental promotion of he work during that school year resulted in the export cf almost 3.000 paintings to schools abroad through the Junior sections ot the Red Cross societies of Czechoslovakia, France. Sweden. Venezuela. Since that time. Rclsixnr.. Greece, and Japan also have aided in the work. associa-' r ' s . w( ;" as n °Pcful that after local level, tpaintings hav c been screened by from a given grade No pictures are accepted pupils below the sixth ine screening committee some ol grade, the art will bo sent abroad. ! * * •* Mrs. Lash said. "Very likely THK PUTl'RF.S will be ^cnt to some,' if not all. of the countries lllc director ;U Eastern area head- t.r.Mcr hhc? nnd a birthday cake tra > livoly a rpoint«l the table. '"i" 0 " wor f sma11 J asEcr has ' KlS - tnr - v 5 ^received a number hurst, ami Gordon Weirich. Mrs Clyde Brady assisted her daughter. Milady's Finest EASTER APPAREL Can Be Had for Less at the Style Center receiving these pictures will send nuarters where they be re- some to this country in exchange, viewed by a professional commii- The primary motive of our mem- ; tcc - Those selected \\il5 be forward- hers, however, should not he to .cive! °^ ^ 'ho national director in their pictures with hone of siu-h a Washington. 11. C. The National return. Instead, we hope they Education association will Many exciting and satisfying fee! that here is a unique and time- select the pictures that will pictures have been produced. These pictures give a lively, colorful and authentic reflection of American life as seen through the eyes ot" young students. This effect could not be obtained in any other way except through these pictures. ly chance to report to their eon- jovcrscas. temporaries abroad on some part; This committee is comprised o[ Of the American scene through thr'Miss Grace Sr.botka of Georsu- Pea- universal language of art. The in-i body college^ Nashville. Term., spiration and information transmit--chairman assisted by Miss Ruth ted from youth to youth by these!Whorl director of art education at pictures form the type of friendly-Akron and Mrs. Felicia Beverly, v r : greeting from one people to aaoth- art supervisor at Wilmington MRS. LESTER LASH, director of er that our world so greatl\ iDel. Keep Up Your American Home With Quality Furnishings From THURIN'S of Ca'iton Furniture • Carpets Oraperici • Lamps Dial Massillon VJ6". LINOLEUM Armstrong Quaker Floor Covering Marble Inlaid Per Sq. Yd. Let Us Give You An Estimate BLOOMFIELD 317 Lincoln Way, West