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 - trunner-Ziliox Announcement Made Fair Ouke,...
trunner-Ziliox Announcement Made Fair Ouke, tlio pretty country tomo of M r / a n d Mm. A. B. Me-' Connick, was, Saturday evening, the eeno of a delightful party at ·which heir daughter Mildred was tho iharming as well us eapublo hostess o n, group of her girl friends. It eemed that a snatch of the bcauti- 'ul autumn day had been coaxed to inger inside, for the living rooms vere bright "with bouquets of ehrys- uthe-mums and othor fall flowers. MJG early evening hours were whil- d away in an exciting game- of icarts and when tho scores were ounted it was found that R u t h Stitsinger had ckpturod the first mc while the second and third 'ell to Shirley Chiles and Glenna Leifhcit. Later in the evening the doors nto the dining room wero opened ieclosing 1 a scene of pink and whij,e Gvcliness. Suspended i'roinxtlie handelier over the table/was a inge, d a i n t i l y berufflcd^^Jmk bt-11 roin which pink and white etream- re radiated to the sides ami cor- icrs of tho room. From the rim of ho bell white satin ribbons cxtend- d 'to each place, and tho center iece "was a bowl of miniature white hrysanthe-mums with pink carna- ioris and sprays o£ dainty pink bo- ·ardia. Tho color scheme was car- led out in tho favors and napcry. 5ach guest found her name on one of tlio pretty pink and white mint 'Hied candy baskets nnd then all at down to a delectable- salad iinch. They were told that each vould find her fortune; hidden in ho bell afc thei ends of tho ribbons. Vhen the ribbons were drawn a dc- uge of confetti showered down and each guest eagerly looked to : vhat was her fortune. However, nt crest in their individual fates vas soon lost for Miss Leifheit's ·xcitcment announced that she had riado a rare find, and she read from ler card "Leo and Bob--March/ Tho secret was out now for Iho 'fortunes" had cleverly a n n o u t i ' j d';i*tho engagement of one of! th iarty, Oleva Brunncr, to Robert Miss Brunncr, the daughter oi' Mr. Chris Brunncr of -Symines Road, i b e a u t i f u l girl of the blond ype. She was graduated front l a m i j l o n High school in 192S and tas fiiuco been employed at - I h o ·lome Iioan and Building assouia- lou. Mr. Ziliox is the eldest sun of Mr. and Mm. Clifford Ziliox vhose homo is on tho Mt. Pl(?asn;it "Mko jut south of tho city. He \v;\t- r l u a f e d f r o m 1 J a m i l ton H chool in 1027'' and lias MIICO al- cndcd tho University of C i n c i n n a t i . 11 now lin.s a splendid position w i t h tho Procter and Gamble Co., at "Leo nnd Bob" arn p r i m e favor- fct among their m a n y f r i e n d n who v i U ' r e j o i c o in seeing them happily verl in llm early spring. lisa MeCormiek's guests, who v i l l long remember t h i s gala OCLM- ion, were: Mitwti ( t l c i i u a L e i f ' h e i f , lazol Windsor, "Shirley Chiles, SALLYS SAI!LIES Mary Dniig-herty, Bertine Goebel, Marguerite Payne, Ruth" Mnggnrt, luth Slitsinger, Elcanore Sturkey ·md tho bride-elect, Oleva Brainier. * * Mr. and Mrs. Del Rio Entertained Saturday On Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Don Del Rio( Marie Norton) ctcrtained for a few friends with masked ball, at their b e a u t i lomci in Walnut Hills. Musi?, ·amcs and dancing were tho diversions of the evening. Beautiful prizes were awarded the f o r t u players who were: Mifis Betty Mey- Mitis . Lotiiso M a r t i n e Mayci McDonald and Mrs. Margaret Willis; Messrs. Merle Johnson, Edward Meyerc, Robert Louis and Robert Fisher. Mr. Robert Norton, accompanied by Miss Mary A n n e Martine, several 'popular baritone solos; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Costello entcr- iuiiied with several specialty dancce. Mrs. Maye McDonald (Mayc Terry) accompanied on t h o piano !)y George Mahac and the violin Merle Johnson sang several popular iolos. Prizes were a w a r d e d t h drc-ssed couples who were first, Maye McDonald and Mr. Merle 3 olt nson i n -Spa n ish cos turn second, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Williams in Jmlian costume; 'third, Mrs, J \ n n e -Tohnt-oii and Robert Louis colonial costume. A surprise! oF the evening \\i\t tlio f o r t u n e teller who tlio f u t u r e of the guests. Later the guests were i n v i t tho d i n i n g room where a l u n c h e o n was .^ci'ved. The b e a u t i f u l l y decora led i keeping w i t h I he H a l l o w e e Hit' d i n i n g room was especially f r.-n'tivc. The I n bio was love I v w i t h b e j i i i l i 1'uI flowers, silver. D a i n t y favors w l u o plat'e. 'ovet-.s wi i r; l i i i r j f o r : Lur i l l o C a m p b e l l , Hyde,

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  1. Hamilton Evening Journal,
  2. 21 Oct 1929, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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