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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio • Page 7

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Donna Hensinger And Don White Married March 5 ISS DONNA HENSINGER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hensinger of rural Bellevue, and Don White, son of Mr. Mrs. D.

D. White, 623 Winnebago-av, were married March 5 in Bellevue. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. D. E.

Sellers of Trinity Reformed Church, Bellevue. The bride wore' a navy blue ensemble and her maid of honor, Miss Jerry Ramsey, was also in navy blue. Mr. White's best man was Robert Hottenroth of this city. The nuptials were followed by a dinner and reception at the Hensinger residence.

Upon return from their eastern honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. White will reside at 1511 McDonough-st. Both are employed by the Philco Corporation. Town Wants Its Dough WESTERLY, R.

I. town is more persistent than an insurance agent. The town paid for repairing the roof of the combination court hall, which vvas damaged in the 1938 hurricane. Every year since, the town has asked the legislature to pay the state's half of the bill. International War Brides Have Session At the very interesting meeting of the International War Brides Club recently, Mrs.

George Lentz hostess at her home, 2705 W. Perkins-av. Proving itself a charitable or ganizatipn the War Brides Club again collected five dollars for the Polio Fund and also $13 for the blind. A buffet style supper was sefved those attending by the hostess and the meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. Robert Zura at her Jackson-st residence for a "white elephant" sale to be Wednesday, March 15 at 8 p.

m. THE REGISTER-STAR. MAR. 8, 1958 mm tin Virginia Sowder Is Bride-Elect The engagement of Miss Virginia Margaret Sowder to Stanley Louis Perry was announced March 5 at a dinner given in honor of Miss Sowder's birthday anniver sary. The bride-elect is the, daughter of Mrs.

Elmer Sowder of Castalia and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Perry of Venice. They have set no deli nite wedding dale. Miss Sowder will' be graduated in June from' Margaretta High school.

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AS LIVE The Interfering Mother-ln-Law Mothers' Forum Planning March 21 Night At the'Mothers' Forum meeting last evening, members made plans for their Guest Night "and were informed of the, Mothers' Federation bake sale on Friday, March 17. The meeting, for which Mrs. Paul Collumb was hostess, was held at the Business Women's Club. The Forum has engaged Donald Lea of Tolexjo to speak at its Guest Night which is scheduled for March 21 in the undercroft of St. Stephen's Evangelical and Reformed Church.

Following the business session, Mrs. Donald David read a paper on "Helping Your Child To Appreciate Music" prepared by Mrs. Henry Squires. Mrs. Squires wrote that children may be musically trained from birth by hearing records and the singing of simple songs and recommended radio programs featuring the Cleveland Symphony and Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestras for older children.

Attending the meeting were Mrs. George Bromm, Mrs. EdwaVd Clark, Mrs. Paul Collumb, Mrs Donald David, Mrs. Wayne Everson, Mrs.

Richard Goosman, Mrs. Harold Holzhauser, Mrs. Harrison Loe, Mrs. Eugene Miller, Mrs Richard Pierce, Mrs. Millard Semon, Mrs.

Robert Zielske and Mrs. Edward. Zuber. i MRS. ALBERT SCARD MONROEVILLE, March Scard, 85, wife of Albert, 'died early today at the home of her daughter, Mrs.

Fred Miller, Fremont, where she had been staying for the past five weeks. Mrs. Scard was born Sept. 13, 1864 in England and came to the United States as a bride, residing I in Huron-co since then. She and her husband would have celebrated jtneir 63rd wedding anniversary on March 17 had she lived that long.

They resided on W. Monroe-st, here, for the past 38 years. Surviving besides the husband and' Jdaughter are two sons, Frank and both Norwalk; two grandchildren, one great-grandchild and a brother, James Candler in California. The body is at the Drake Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p. m.

Thursday and where services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday, the Rev. Dietrich Cordes, officiating. Burial is to be in Riverside Cemetery.

Social Calendar THURSDAY Birthday Club, Mrs. Emil Amolsch, Finch-st. Modern Matrons, Mrs. Frank Buoy, S. Hayes-av.

North Perkins Se.wing Circle, Mrs. George Gove, 1444 Holly- rood-rd, 1 o'clock luncheon. Four and Two Club, scheduled meeting. Jolly Mixers Pinochle Club, Mrs. Dora Dixon, Milan-rd.

Oheb Shalom Sisterhood, Temple on Central-av, 1 p. m. Firelands Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem, 8 p. election of officers, Grotto hall. Thomas Neill Post Relief Corps, GAR hall, 8 p.

m. Mothers' Federation executive board meeting, 8:15 p. Mrs. Howard Stephens, 1819 W. roe-st.

Yacht Club Auxiliary, luncheon- meeting, luncheon at 1 p. m. and meeting at 2. Yacht Club. Thief Loses Nerve PORTLAND, IND.

iff Clarence Bishop reported $10,000 was stolen from the home of Mrs. Albert Keen, but was found three days later, hidden in a piece of tile about 400 fe.efe from the home. Bishop theorized the thief got much more than he had expected and was afraid to steal so much money. Neighboring Deaths and Funerals By ELIZABETH B. HURLOCK (Q) "I am separated from my husband.

We have six children, all of whom 1 hatre with me. Do think a husband and-father of six should think his own mother comes first? My mother-in-law thought she had the right to tell mo how many children to have and to criticise me for having them." Indignant Wife. (A) How many children a couple should have is a personal It is up to them to settle this question, because it is their responsibility to provide and care for the children they have. Your mother-in-law may have wanted to spare you the hard work and personal privations which she knows from her own experience or from that of her friends comes with the rearing of a large family. Her criticism may have been in good faith and meant to be helpful.

Why not give her the benefit of the doubt? However, if she has been able to influence your husband to such an extent that he has deserted you and the children, she has doubtless made him believe that the burden of care and support of the family is too much for him As a result, he has deserted you and put his -mother in first place in his life. So long as you and your husband are only separated, not divorced, there is still hope that you can, reunite the family. Try in every way you possibly can to do this, not MRS. OLIVE O'NEILL NORWALK, March 8 Funeral jservices of Mrs. Olive Weona O'Neill, 76, who died Tuesday at her home, 4 Water-st, will be held at 2:30 p.

m. Thursday in the Ore- jbaugh Funeral Home, the Rev. Robert Dleterick, officiating. Burial is to be in the Berlinville Cemetery. A native of Cleveland, Mrs.

iO'Neill resided here most of her life. Surviving are a son, John, at home; brothers, Burt Miller, Norwalk, and Arthur Miller, Euclid; Iseveral nieces and nephews. only for your own sake but for that of your children. Try to make your husband rea lize how much the children need a father's guidance and love. Impress upon him the pleasures of fatherhood as well as'the responsibilities.

Then, urge your chil dren to demonstrate their affec tion for their father and to let him know how much they have missed him since he went away. A home with six healthy, lively children can be trying for a man who comes home tired after a day of hard work. If you want your husband to return, you will have to make your home as appealing to him as his mother's home is. This means, keep noise and friction to a minimum while he is there. Avoid being critical Of your husband, and don't nag.

To take him away from his mother's apron strings, you will have to outplay her at her own game. Elizabeth Hurlock Is one of the nation's great psychologists, and She will gladly help you with personal problems. MRS. MARY NEEB FREMONT, March 8 Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Yeack Neeb, 76, resident of nearby Helena for ,50 years, will be held in the Veh and Son Funeral Home, Gibsonburg, Thursday at 2 p.

m. The Rev. R. E. Willman will officiate and burial is to be in the Metzgar Cemetery, Helena.

Mrs. Neeb was born in Germany. Her husband, Henry Neeb, died Oct. 1, 1948. Two daughters, Mrs.

Carroll Gillespie, Helena and Mrs. Marvin Walters, Bucyrus, survive. MRS. LENA II. MILLER NORWALK, March 8 services for Mrs.

Lena Hannah Miller, 87, who died Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Bellemy, Hartland-tp, will be Thursday in St. Paul's Catholic Church, the Rev. H. R.

Wfger, PRETTY PLEASE Starlet Piper Laurie knows her best angles when it comes to having her picture taken. Here she takes a rear-view side' angle position. officiating. Burial is to be in the parish cemetery. A native of Sherman-tp, Mrs.

Miller was a life-long resident of Huron-co. She had resided with her daughter for the past 35 years, prior to which she lived in Norwalk for many years. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Ida Long, Willard; brother, M. L.

Myers, Norwalk; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the residence. I Shamrock Plants 3 ea. 10c Ideal place favors for your St. Patrick's Day Party! A.

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Navy Blue and Print DRESSES $8.95 10 $24.50 Sizes 9 to ShoFtie Coats $16.95 10 $29.50 Sizes 9 to 18 SUITS $39.95 10 69.00 All and Black LAURA JONES Dress Shop 162 COLUMBUS AVE. Printzess puts Spring in your wardrobe! Take Printzess fashions for your wardrobe to stand by you for seasons to come. They're designed with one eye on tomorrow's fashions, the other on today's budget. You'll see Spring in the lively colors and rich fabrics as only Printzess can interpret it. And you'll recognize them as an incomparable value, marked by the Printzess label for quality.

Printzess is ours alone in Sandusky. I Wiehetu 1 Ki A 521 HANCOCK ST. Every Evening Until 9 Bring Your Fashion Problems to Miss Elizabeth Chandler at WIENER'S on Friday, March 10th Miss Elizabeth Chandler, Home Economist, with the Printz-Biederman Company, makers of Printzess fashions, will be at WIENER'S to help you choose your Printzess coat or suit and to advise you on your fashion problems. She is an expert on fashion, fit and fabric and will be delighted to help you- select the styles which are suited and most flattering for you! JEAN HARPER'S EVERIITE SUIT FABULOUS AT $T5 JEAN HARPER'S EVERUTE' Everlite, the all-season suiting, styled with patch pockets and fashionable boy" collar tailored with the same care as a fane wool suit. In bright and dark colors.


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