2 December 1949 The Sandusky Register Huron PTA
Huron PTA's Card Party And Bake Sate Set For Tomorrow H URON PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION is a card party and bake sale in Huron High school tomorrow evening to raise funds for<its for<its many projects. General chairman, Mrs. James Legando, has announced that the bake sale will begin at 5:30 and the card party at 8. . Mrs. Franltlin Willces is chairman chairman of the committee handling the arrangemento f tables and chairs; card,3 and awards chairman, Mrs. C. A. Voight, is being assisted by Mrs. Al Coarse; rfefres'hmenls are being planned by Mrs. Allen Cornstock Cornstock and her committee; Mrs. Gerard Plsk, Miss Christine Altar, Mrs, Tranklln Burkhardt, Mrs. A. C. Stamm and Miss Mary Mc- Gowgh; the bake sale committee includes Mrs. Pat Macioce, chairman, chairman, and Mrs. Charles Nichols and Mrs. Zita Dickenson, and publicity is being handled by John Gaskll). Mrs. James Legando is- chairman of the ticket committee which comprises Mrs. Charles Nichols, Mrs. A. C. Stamm, Mrs. William Woodruff, Mrs, Roy Schiffer, Mrs. J. C. Houston, Mrs. Pat Macioce, Mrs John Gaskill, Mrs. R. L. McCormick, McCormick, Mrs. Robert Fahy, Mrs. Sam Stien, Mrs Ray Perrln, Mrs. James Bacon, Mrs. Holland David, Mrs. Russell VulUeumier, Mrs. Carl Cherry. Mrs. Roger Moore, Mrs. Charles Mc'Mlllen, Mrs. Raymond Schuh, Mrs, John Ontal, Mrs. Robert Whitford. Whitford. Mrs. Henry Slyker, Mrs. Robert Robert Smith, Mrs. Harold Haber, Mrs. Charles Daniels, ^Mrs. Raymond Dirks, Mrs, Walter Meyers, 'Mrs. Harry Boos', Mrs. Joseph Zika, Mrs. Eleanor Hart, Mrs. Herbert Kaiser, Mrs. Benjamin Adams, Mrs, Edward Edward Payne, Mrs. Fred Martin, Jr., Mrs. Glenn Harris and Mrs Snyder. Many Huron merchants are donating awards. Legion .Auxiliary Plans Dec. 15 Christmas Potluck A 6 o'clock potluck dinner gift exchange will be highlights the Christmas party being given the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday, Dec, 15. Members requested to bring a covered and goods for a Christmas for a needy family to the At their session last three new members were into the Auxiliary. They are Ray Siegel, Miss Karen Baurer Miss Laraine Baurer. Members are requested to their Christmas gifts for Village to the O. P. S. Lamp on Washlngton-rw, to Crosby's' Shoe Store or to the Legion clubrooms sometime next week. It was announced that an American flag has been presented to Brownie Troop at St. Mary's. The Misses Joyce Bouy Mary Lou Kopp, local representatives representatives to Buckeye Girls' State, related experiences at the State summer. Evening's hostesses were Welby Weideman, Mrs. Carl Goodsite, Mrs. Rolland Kerste, and Harold Miller.