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December 11, 1951

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PAGE 8 THE MARION STAR, MARION, OHIO. TUESDAY, DECEMBER .11, 1951, Social Affairs A MUSICAL EVENING Is planned for the December meeting of ··"^ Captain William Hendricks Chapter, Daughters of -the American ^Revolution, Thursday evening at Hotel Harding. .'The Marion Sere- ruiders under the the direction of L. G. Jonet will present the program. Business will Include the election,.of · nominating committee. ; Hostesses will be Mr». Walter E. Mane, ( Mrs. Victor E. Dombaugh, ;Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Mrs. Fanny Benion and Miss Alice Gertrude Husbands -present , included-: Karl -Bechtle, Jack J. Bray, Olin Flickinger, Ray Harper, Wayne Harper, Robert: Keller," Gerald Maynard,..;John IPqwelli;Jr.,. Ronald Rish, VRpbert/Rbhiy; William; Schott;, ;Max' 5 'Sechrist; ':,Ben : '-.· Wl 1 Wiant, Richard Wright a n d ; Leonard Wilson; · , « : - Members, of the ·'.circle' are filling ";·'.'· Christmas basket, lor i : needy^^arnily.;.';;;':;.'t-../^^ ; i ··· "' ; ; i' IJtK- aad Mrs. R. H. Whlt- ^ taker of Bowling Green are '.announcing the engagement of their daughter, Jean to John ·Lange, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank y. Lange of Toledo. Mrs. Whit- taker Is the former' Miss Gene- ·vieve Merkle, daughter of Mr. ' a n d Mrs. Albert Merkle of 472 N. Main St. Miss Whitlakcr and her (lance . are both seniors at Bowling "Green State University. She is a member of Delta Gamma sorority and Ii6 is atfllutecl with Alpha Omega fraternity. Htrt! Exciting Ntw The wedding will -take place in the lite spring. Mrs. Ellis Wilson served as an associate hostess when Mrs. E. H. White entertaind the Child Study Club Thursday evening at her home at 247 Thcw Ave. Mrs. Wayne Kuhn was welcomed as a new member. A Ch-istmas story,' "Mr. Jones Goes To Bethlehem" by Harmon Ramsey, was read by Mrs. Kenneth Roberts. During the evening, the members made jewelry, a project introduced by Mrs. M. S. Olson, chairman of the finance committee, and members ot her group. ' A special award during the ·· evening was won-by Mrs. Don Schlientz. * STURDY STltl * SAP! Members of the Junior Circle, Child Conservation League, entertained their husbands at a Christmas party Sat.urady evening at the home of Mrs. Richard Wright at 527 Girard Ave. Serving as co-hostesses were Mrs. Gerald Maynard, Mrs. Robert Rohr, Mrs, Ronald Rish and Mrs. Max Sechrist. b e . c o r a . t i o n s throughout the house were in keeping with the holiday theme. The evening was' spent socially and a gift exchange was held. : Miss Elfrieda Rech, a bride- elect of, this month, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening when Miss Joan Ault and Miss Roberta Yazel entertained aV the letter's home .at 912 Uncapher Ave. The honored guest found) her gifts beneath an open umbiella decorated in green,- 'to which were attached bronze streamers, carrying out Miss Rech's chosen wedding colors; The evening : was spent socially, with awards going to Mrs. Joyce Rinesmith, Mrs. Louise McLain and Miss Wanda Dennis. Guests includeed Mrs. Fred: Rech, Mrs.: Leonard Green, Mrs. Joyce Ririesmith, - Mrs. Louise' McLain,'' Mrs! Ann 'Batter; Mrs. Dorothie Kaelber, Miss , Wanda Dennis, ; Miss l ^Margerie'·' 'Heisel, Miss P.at Duckworth,.Miss Gcace Lomb'ardo, Miss Reria RechVand Mrs^.Robert p ;Yazel.; /; ;;.'". ·;.-·.. ; · Miss Rech ;wiil become the bride, of'. Sam · Green/in, a closed church ceremony Sunday, Dec. 23, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening in Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church. AOJUSTAtll ITIMUM GALLOPS-STEERS-- Wie «reel fcone Mmt enadfig toy yev'v* «·«' *··! GUM Mo-l'y»t)f.old» fitty hoi* fexk riding Ih/tll. T»r«M«prool Mote ·on«- |ogi op ·«* down « K» toltopt OMKI, tvttit In o*y *'·«· ltM». Ovrabl* hitlravt t*om»\ b«Jr«4 ·» linkh. M tata rit«l». 29" MMINWM 'H\H»v SH01MM-: ! I '.OUIM MAIN MRH The most brilliont and permanent line v of Water Color* available. PRINCt GETS DEGREE. England's Prince Philip, husband of Princess Elizabeth, dons his academic gown after receiving an honorary degree of Doctor of Civil Law at King's College) Newcastle on Tyne. Marion Garden Center Notes Rodger Bishton, city school psychologist, was a guest speaker at a meeting of Marion .Circle Child C o n s e r v a t i on/'League Thursday evening at the home | of Mrs. ,L. W. Kohlhorst on. :East Church St, His topic was '^'Mental Development of a'Child;V;'Mrs, Glenn R . Walraven : was an associate hostess. During a business session ; at- which Mrs, Earl V'an- dewater, vice-president, presided, the group voted to sponsor a family through the Give-a-Christ- .m'as Clearing House. Plans were [·made for the annual Christmas meeting and gift exchange at the home -'of.'·'·Mra.'. Harold Jacobs oh Forest St. ., . - , · Come in for Your 1952 CALENDAR BRINNQN'S COLOR CENTER AL HACKER, Manager 13« South Main Street ' Phone 2-1920 A meeting of the Women's Board of Marion City Hospital will be held Wednesday at the Marion Country Club. Mrs. 'Hex Kilbourn, Mrs. Howard Swink and Mrs. E. G. "Siefert will be hostesses. · Mrs. Mary Jenner was elected president 6f .the Jolly,: Hour Club at! the group's annual Christmas Announcing... Marion's Newest Jewelry Store Watches Jewelry Diamonds Watch Repairing and Engraving Crown Jewelers 415 West Center Street Opposite Leader Street .-;·-,. ].-, .JTJESTION" : BpX:4';V;.; Transplanting Mimosa :' I jvould like ^bina'information concerning a: small Mimosa .tr.ee which; I; boughtflro:ni: Gesirgia;. two years ago. · We.-protect?^ *'it with straw^; tout it-idled ' down completely botH*'winters,: However, it cam^^iup^'rite^v-ft^eji'Wotji/.-each .sprin'g 1 :;: ; an'dr':iis',,now'' 'nearly/four 1 feet;;tali;:' : mOT;.;wouldibe the : best time- to move it and /what .kind .of Jprptectibri is needed for ..winr. ^er?'.Or'"is.it .impossible :tb'; 'grow ihe.r .iMimpsay in .this sectipn;?.' :phto5,^^:v;;,^.,;::'.o.v '3'V/v-:''-; ,, v'The i name-"Mimbsa- ;i is:' - appli ; ed,T: to. Acacia -and to' Albizzia ··'julfe-i brissin. The latter had pink' 'pompons during the summer; : the former : has small yell'bw flower's in compact heads or spikes in the spring. Albizzia should be hardy in Marion, but I doubt if any Acacia would be satisfactorily winter hardy. If the plant you have fails to en-, :dure, you should get' Albizzia jliiibrissin var, rpsea,~ which is hardier. In any. case, spring ; transplanting is preferred--if - moved :in;;the fall it may die '··· lliij^ W^yne^{E^0^^ne\ ^d;;ii^prefc;";';| *MANU^V;J^utheran ·· "Church ^!j'wasviihit^scene'J.pf" 'the. : \ved- 'dtogSSattirday,^i«[oyv-'-. 24,/ of* Miss! J^aiihe's^anejiEhrick,: daughier.';pf j .MrsiSHai^^Cr^SElincjc^pt-SM'^E.: ;ehurch^'St^;ahd;ft,tHeS;late:':lVv ; ia»rickiani .J Wayne" ;Eugene : '"ps- ; iixirne; - son of'; MrsV Dorothy := Os- .bornV^t : 189UEJ:;'Walnut\St..: j : :'..' \. The-, couple repeated their vows at';3:3p o'clpck 'in- the afternon be- ;fores./tite'.church^ -altar banked' with paims;:ahd-with--two; tall" pedes- ;iai:.;.baskets^oit whitei'and yellow ,;cbiysanthemurris at- either side. Lighted candles; were held in two seyeri^branch candelatora decprat- jeds with greenery: and large white ribbon bows. The altar vases held white-chrysanthemums.. Marking; .the sfamily pews were white ^sa'tiri tiows""iarid.;htackielierry .foliage. Rev. M.,'E. Hdllensen, pastor; :pfr iiciated.'-"'.'.'''·',;.·."!,!.'·. : . · ; ' . ' · ' - . ' Organ m'usic for the ceremony y?as played by Mrs. Richard.: Cur- ·ren. ; ' -' : ' :· . ·',- .^ . . _ · : ··'···'':, ·· ·.;.'·;"..·'" '.;· Given in marriage by her brothr ! er, Robert H, EJirick, the bride] wore a balle-rina length dress of taffeta faille in an: ice blue shade: The fitted 'bodice was styled with ; i : portrait neckline edged with lace, and the sleeves were three- quarter length. 1 Her hat matched her dress. ; She carried r a lace edged'handkerchief which was .carried by' her mother and also her grandmother, the -late Mrs .Cynthia ^Sharrock, at their wed- dirfgSi and.""her colonial bouquet was; of. yeilpw,; sweetheart roses. · .The; bride^s only-attendant. Wai her "sister.rirlrs; Wiliiam C. WU. liams^bf:'Columbus;,: who wore a ballerina length ;dress,.of cham- :pagn«"coloriBd:taffeta-faille: Styled aiohg :princess iiries," it n »d a'V: shapedneckihe; and three-quaste: iiengthasleeye|f. She wore a match iing; itati'and- carried i a : i:.cblpnia bouquet of;crimsbn colored sweet ion Power ShpyrifCo. ».ps-j y borne, ;a graduate of ^Harding Highf schc«ii' ; wito-;'thei, c iass;i6f i^v.Prpgranis 'JFor ' «.--...j-'iw^i-'i.TM^ ,rn»V l,- TT «?.! -_:_ ; / · ~ -."·- ' - . · - . ' - · ·_ Holiday Period heart roses-. Serving as test main for th party ' and-'/{dinner Friday evening at Ringer's- Inn. Also elected, were Mrs. Ray; Martin, vice president, and;;MrfcjJames Lee, secretafy- treasurer; Names of secret sisters were/.revealed in- gift packages. MrsT 'Florence Close won a special award ; _ ; and; contest:prizes,went to Mrs. Martin; Mrs. .tane Wise, and Mrs. Thomas Berry. Plans were made, to : present.; a gift to the hostess tii.'eaijh'' meeting.: during the cpming-^year.s;^:., M ,;v ·,..''··; ; ';'' J \'. :v / y ';j TrarisylvariiaUniversity' in: Lexington, Ky., is the oldest college I'west of the Alleghenies. .. " " frit's tmnnt^tntri ftr * autet w * fittt tkt Ufmtry ty. bridegroom was Lt. (jig.) Fred erick ,BI Ziesenheim of Marion now stationed at Norfolk, Va Ushers were Richard E. Graham of Marion, cousin of the bride' gropm,\:.Bnd William C. William of ; Columbus, brother-in-law o: ftie'bride..·-'·;,-;;.;S";K\ : · · . .·'".;' ; ;1 'Poll(win : g. the/:-ce'remdny; asr.e- ceptiph' was held in the chu'r'c parlors) The bride's table, whic held a fpur-tiered wedding cak^ ( was centered: with ari arrange meht of'yellow button chrysan themums arid white carnations .01 a base : of white carnations,:''o: which rested two miniature gol wedding rings. Serving were Mi-: Robert Julien of Findlay, siste; of the bride, Miss Polly Bigger Miss Marjorie Middleton and Mr: Frederick B. Ziesenheim of Mar ion. . W h e n the couple'left on a wed .ding trip; through the east-\a'n south, Mrs. Osborne was weariri, a charcoal; 'wool; ; suit trimmei with/'black velvet; With HhisYsh :wore black accessories ^hd:.k;gol iand charcpai colored /.''coat,! ."·an ; a* corsage of Johanna Hill rose: They now are residing at 62 Girard' Ave. . . Mrs, .Osborne was ...graduate from, Harding High School wit' the class of 1947 and is a mem ber, of Unit JI, .Nu Phi Mu Soror ity. She is employed in the tabu lating departments at the Mar- 'seryed : 'threely^rs with, : the U. S; Air Force; Hejis iemployed m the' : engineering ,^^ department of the Shovel Co. f f,^ 'V;'.':.";;.: ··.;·'.'.'..-. ^,: . ·"· The' .bride .presented,*; rhihe- itprie' necklace to .kier matron of ibnbr and rhinestone ·earrings to] the: reception assistants, andV the 'ridegrobm gave his best man a tie bar v and; cuff ; links,- and cuff ihis to the · usher.s. Out of.town guefstsi included Mr: and Mrs. Ernest Rpthfuss of Lan- aster, !Mr. and Mrs.'Robert Roth- uss,..Mr., and Mrs. ...liee .Eichenberger, Mir. arid Mrs. .Ted Johnson, and Mrs! William F. Ehrick 1 and William F. Ehrick;Jr. of Columbus, Mrs. Louella Osborne and Mrs. Anna Winters of Caledonia,^ Mrs. Charles Myers and daughters, Thelma and Martha.-of Mt. Gilead, Mr. and'Mrs. Ralph Sharrock of Bryan, Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Julien and y Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Ehrick of Findlay, Mr. and Mrs. Edwm Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' Henderson, and Mrs. Edgar Carter of Bucyrus, Miss Lois Rothfussv and Mr; and Mrs. Ed Rothfuss and daughter of Green Camp. ,·.".;"' BUCYRUS HOSPITAL BIRTHS BUCYRUS C i t y Hospital births: a daughter born Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs, James E. Mullins o£ near Bucyrus; a Marvin J. Ludwig, boys' work! daughter born Friday to Mr. and secretary at: the Marion YMCA, today announced 5 special program of activities set up at i"\e Y during the Christmas vacation of the Marion schools. . ; . A Day-a-Pla\-" .has - been planned for all plebes,:preps:and girls at thei Marion Y. The programs will be heid Dec, 27i 28, and 31 and Jan. 2, 3 and 4. The day-long programs will begin at 9 a.m.: and run through 12 noon. They .Will: include swimming, gym periods, movies, .stories, hikes, trips,.-group games and handicraft, periods. .Group leaders will be Sue. .Simmons, John -White and Dean Ludwig. Registration deadline is noon on Saturday, Dec. 22.;. ' . Mrs. Richard Kennedy of Bucyrus; a son born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. William · Lawrence of North Sobinson. .. . * . When the American flag is'dis- played in the body of a church; the should be at the congrega- Marlon Man Heads Ohio Association George B. Wood of near Marion was elected president of the Association of Soft Water Service Operators of Ohio and Western Pennsylvania at the annual convention and banquet held Saturday and Sunday at the Nei House in Columbus. Mr. Wood owns the Marion operation of the Culligan Soft Water Service. GIFTS JEWELRY ' : BAROQUE PEARLS, Brilliant Pins, Necklaces and Ear Rings -- -different and. decorative. GOLD .finished pieces "With] the look of real jewelry" STERLING S I L V E R , , the 1 cherished jewelry.-../ : PERSONAL/, ; FLOBAR; soap in new dress . JEWEL, Hosiery, : S e w i nrg ,, . . . .quilted, cases.,'..... .:.:-;/ ..,·.-, '.!·'. COMPACTS, combs,: lipsticks, Pill Boxes, iri hew delicate treatment. HERB FARM Toiletries, Little Lady Cosmetics' and Men's : ' line.-'-' ' ''. ':. ' . / . .-",' /'';' .-'·· NEW IDEAS "· : ; : - / ' : : ' LAZY SUSANS with warmer BARBEQUE APRONS -- foi Men and Women; DOODLERS this 'year's toj sensation for all: ages. ALICE IN WONEBLAND Ballet, Beth, Clarabel-- Madame Alexander Dolls -- fines' · dolls.made --^ unique dolls oi ·many-'kinds.-^v.'SV'A'--·" '-.. BOWLS, simple, correct for flowers. · " : '. ; ".'-.-'.'v.;, ' · ' : · ' · ·CANDIES; " ^·'·^·r··:','· ' / The hew. line of quality; candies,-many types and all sizes for all your impersonal gifts, Ruebel Crystal Lazy Daisy A beautiful gift item, removable trays on a revolving frame. Trays are replaceable, too. 224 S.'Greenwood St;, Daily 10-5:3C Wed. and Fri. 7 to 9 P.M. · -·''·' , ' " · ' - · . , · · . . : , . · " !...··· . "--- ·-' ,··;, ' ,''fine Carpets and Upholstered / Furniture may now be safely ·'- ; : ;-:: ! ' ; --/' ' ; :?clednei|:,bVo.,.. \ '· '.. '..' ..' · Prolongs their life and / ·textures! : .^;"'i - . - ' ; ? · · Will not shrink or fade! · Dries in 3 to 4 hours! · Cleaned in your home! PHONE 2-2893 DURACLEAN SERVICE 2(0 S. VINE ST. · also DURAPROOFING! -Che Svergreett LOOK FOft Ttm tOX BEAUTIFUL CARDS IN GREEN AND GOLD deigned by RUST CRAFT , the kind of cards that mil kelp tfM keep 3rieKd$kip» Svergrceit Henney Cooper Your Watirreen Agency Drug Stor* BE SURE! If your SINGER* Sewing Ma. chine needs repairs play safe -- call us. Then you can be sure of · famoiu SINOtR Strvic* · warranted SINGiR Part* · guatantMd SIN6CR Rvpair* Written estimate furnished in advance JOT. your approval. We Repair Other Makes.too! 125 B. Center St. SINGER SEWING CENTER Phone 1-6544 go the safe, comfortable way! ride the Erie · Enjoy yourself! Start your holidays right! seats arid spacious washrooms. Erie's new Pull- Forget worries about the weather. Go in com- mans give you the "robe and slippers" comfort fort--warm and relaxed--no matter what the of your own home. U / : i s weather is outside. · ' \ . ;:.·/'· ·/.Courteous^'service makes-;'yburi«ipK^leasan'jt. : -. Erie's modern, diesel-powered trains have air- D^ 'eondidooed-''CO*che»'iwth;-''coinfor^lk l 'i«^ Erie CAU roo* mri ncKiT AoiNT · · ;; ^^C'K'W.* wiilii, l;;t|l: WA07 V/,r-;'v; William Williamson William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williamson, 330 S. High St, Marion, 0.,' is today's Blue Ribbon child, 1 year, 4Yi months of age and drinks Isaly's Homogenized Milk regularly as do all oar Blue Ribbon children. Note how it helps develop those strong bodies and solid teeth and bones -- yes you owe it to your child to give him the best-and it costs no more--start today to serve your child Isaly's Homogenized Milk with Vitamin D odded.- Available at your grocers, at Isafy Dairy Stores or Phone 2-2196 for home delivery. Al Webb Is the friendly Isaly'i milkman serving the Williamsons. HOM06E1IIZED VRAMM D ML! SWSPAPER SPAPES.