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 - "Stardust Dance Of Y-Teeris Dec. 30 Mrs. Linda,...
"Stardust Dance Of Y-Teeris Dec. 30 Mrs. Linda, hostess. All present CaL, Joliet, Plans have been made for the annual Y-Teen "Stardust Dance" to be held this year on Friday evening, evening, Dec. 30, in the Mayflower Room of the Terre Haute House. The affair will be for active members members and graduates of the past two years of State, Wiley, Garfield, Gerstmeyer, Glenn, Otter Creek, Concannon, Fayette and Honey •Creek high schools and their escorts. escorts. Jimmie Adaml and his orchestra will furnish the music for dancing dancing during the evening. There will be attractive programs and decorations and the affair will be formal. Tickets may be obtained before Dec. 23 from the Y-Teen social chairmen of the various school organizations. organizations. •4- + + MISS JANET GRUENHOLZ of State High School is general chairman chairman of the committee in charge and is being assisted on the committee committee by the following social chairmen from the schools: Misses Judy Houtelin of State High School, flowers; Annabel Huggins of Glenn, Betty Markim of Otter Creek and Mary Buck of Wiley, programs; Susan Pease of Garfield and Dorothy Anderson of Concannon, Concannon, decorations; Audrey All of Gerstmeyer, tickets; Barbara Merritt Merritt of Fayette, invitations, and Wanda Godschalk. of Honey Creek, publicity. Honor guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Watson, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Purcell, Mr. and Mrs. George Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Russell McDougal, McDougal, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Forney, Dr. and Mrs. Byron Westfall, Mr. and Mrs. James Conover, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stantz, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Delbert C. Chezem, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bridges, Dr. and Mrs. Cloyd Anthony, Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. George Bibich, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baylow, Garnett Garnett Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pike, Miss Wenonah Goshorn, Miss Clara Locke, Miss Grace Devaney, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reese and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hayworth. -f- + + CHAPERONS will be Miss Marilyn Marilyn Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Petty, Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. Shriner, Mr. and Mrs. John White, Mrs. Gene Shepherd, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Edward Wilkerson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pease, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Houghtelin, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Markim, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Burfc, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huggins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Godschalk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles All and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gruenholz. Advisers are Misses Thelma Mobe, Straussa Pruiett, Mary Chalos. Chalos. Minna Rappaport, Anita Duen- weg, Helen Froeb, Helen Reitzel, Mary Louise Jaenisch, Erma George, Minnie Lammers, Helen Tilson, Joyce Searles, Jesse Wolford, Wolford, Clara McDonald, Hazel Laughlin, Ann Stewart, Linda Ermisch, Ermisch, Jesse Martin, Georgiana Jacobs and Mmes. E. V. Myers, Mary Records, Gladys Keith, Elizabeth Elizabeth O'Neill, Glenn Heiden*eich, J. G. Dorney, Virginia Wolf, Kay Miller and Harry Bentley. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED MISS JANET GRUENHOLZ the Buis, Buis. of the which next , Centenary Mr. at 107 have marriage Wilma Roman, George Street. The 6:15 evening with ard Mrs. Maurer, Roman, best and Clubs Mrs. Ivan Garner of North Tenth Street will entertain the members of her sewing club for a meeting Thursday evening at her home. The evening will be spent in sewing and knitting, after which refreshments will be served. * * * C. G. Club members met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Herbert Criss, 2417 South Center Street. Following the business meeting, two guests! Miss Mae Tribble and Miss Vesta Harvey, both members of the Terre Haute Branch of the National Story League, told stories. Miss Tribble told "Good Mileage" and Miss Harvey Harvey told "Soap, Soap, Soap," "Who COuld It Have Been?" and "Tomorrow "Tomorrow Is Christmas." Prizes for the contest went to Mrs. Myrtle Cook and Mrs. Jennie W o o 1 s e y. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon, afternoon, the table being decorated in two small Christmas trees and antique figures. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Woolsey on Spruce Street Members present were Mmes. Ivy Metcalf, Timp Stimson, Edna LaSelle, Bessie Hurt, Jennie Woolsey, Woolsey, Myrtle Cook and the hostess, and guests present were Mrs. Stephens and Misses Fern and Mae Tribble and Vesta Harvey. Typographical supper this Charles Street. potato will be open Tri meet evening Meis, hostess Boggy. contacted committee Sarah Association party to beginning school. includes Philip Saloma Jackson. the Mr. motored visit Mr. Miss Sixth spend Mr. Walters them holidays Jean

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  1. The Terre Haute Star,
  2. 29 Nov 1949, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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