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Frank Heiby - BVENfNG TRIBUNE MARYSVILLE, Reporter Junior...
BVENfNG TRIBUNE MARYSVILLE, Reporter Junior vice commander. Mm. Cdft Saygrover in the new treasurer find the chaplain will be Mr». Mary Spires,. Mrs. Lucas appointed Mrs. Ilo Mohler as lecretary. Richard McAllister was elected as commander of the chapter. Postponed Young Adult Forum of the Church has indefinitely the picnic which was to be held today. Mary Baldwin Circle Mrs. B. J. Southard of- .West Fifth Street was hostess on Wednesday to the Mary Baldwin Circle )>f The king's Daughters when It had Its. annual Daughter-Guest Party, There were twentyrone members and twenty-four' guests present. Mrs. Nan Simpson gave the welcoming speech with her daughter, Mrs, Harshbarger, responding. The devotiohala were given by Mrs. Kza .Gladman followed by a hymn by the group. Mrs. Ada Skinner presented a travelogue describing Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Man ticellp (Jefferson's Home). Mrs. Ef- fte Tossey and Miss Mayme Flnnin two piano duets. The proc tarnation of Mayor William Asman concerning Flag Day and the week of June 8-14 was read by Mrs. Flora Schueller followed by all giving the pledge of allegiance to the flag. A social hour followed with a plcni supper. The favors for the guests consisted of a book with a defense stamp in It and a beautiful carna tion. Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner ar guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Gust ley on Elwood Avenue for the re malnder. of the week. In White. Cross Hospital Shirley KIrby, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold (Bud) KIrby East Sixth Street,-was operated o at White Cross Hospital In Colum bus, Wednesday morning. She is 1m proving as well as can be expected • Miscellaneous Shower 'Miss Alfreds Gabriel was hono guest at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Robert Dixon of Co- lumbus and Miss Nina Sawyer, at the home of Mrs. Dixon's parents, Mr. and.Mrs. L. H. Miller on -West- Fifth Street. Miss Gabriel was the 'eclplent of many lovely gifts which w*ere cleverly arranged and pre- lented In a missionary barrel. Miss Gabriel will become the bride of Ernest Campbell, who is the son of missionaries in India, on Sunday, June 14. The twenty-four guests iresent enjoyed bridge during the evening. ' . Entertained Club Miss -Clarice Winget of S,outh tfaple Street entertained her bridge club to dinner at the Coffee Shop and later at her home on Monday evening. To Vblt Mother Dr. Jane Hoopes of the Jersey City Medical Center will come late Sunday evening to spend her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Nelle Hoopes of West Fourth Street. Neighborhood Club . Mrs. Fred Zell will entertain the Neighborhood Bridge Club this evening at her home on West Sev cnth Street. Dinner at M*ecuanlcsburg Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Sawyer, Mrs. O. V. Howell and son, Michael, and Miss Nina Margaret Sawyer will be dinner guests this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Keller of Mechanicsburg. Monday Afternoon Whist Club The' Monday Afternoon Whis' Club has been indefinitely "postponed. . Luncheon At Hotel 'Mrs. D. G. Scott of South Mulberry Street entertained -the Wil lette Club and a few friends a luncheon in the Oakland Hotel on Tuesday. A few more friends jolnec the group at her home for tea later in the afternoon and had the privi lege of hearing Mrs. O. V. Howell the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. El wood Sawyer, talk Informally of hei experiences as a Chinese refugee. Steak Boast Mr, and Mrs. Elwood Sawyer o West Fourth. Street entertained with a steak roast. Tuesday evening honoring Donald Euverard. Th guests present wefe Rev. and Mrs Elisha Kneisley, Rev. and Mrs George Ager, Carl Pippitt, Mrs O. V. Howell and son Michael, the houie guests of Mr. and Mrs Sawyer. Heiby-Kandei Nuptials At an jUtrac'ive June wedding on Sunday, June 7th, at 8:30 o'clock MUs Elizabeth Hciby, daughter o tr, and Mrs. Frank Helby of Port ecovery, betfame the bride of Her- jert Kandcl, son of .Mr. and Mm, Kandel of Marysvllle. The double-ring ceremony 'was olemnlzed in the Trinity Lutheran Church at Fort Recovery, before an lUr banked with white roses and reen foliage, lighted with white .flpers 1ft seven-branch candelabra, lev. Hann, pastor of the-church, as- iated by Rev. E. J. Goedeklng of he- Trinity Lutheran Church of Marysville, officiated. • Miss Marguerite Kandel, sister of the groom, was the bridesmaid and nly attendant Her dress was a loor-lcngth gown of blue chiffon. She carried an arm bouquet of pas- el flowers and wore a headdress made of the same shades of flowers. Miss Helby chose for her wedding dress, a gown, of white satin and a fuliet cap with orange blossoms leld the fingertip veil in' place. Her >rldal bouquet was of white carna- ions. Her only jewelry- was a ockct, the gift of the groom. Ralph Kandel of Marysville acted as best man for his brother, and the jrlde's brothers, Ernest and Daniel, were ushers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Heiby chose a dress of navy blue lace with blue accessories. Mrs. Kandel was dressed In a gown of navy bemberg sheer with white accessories. Both mothers wore similar corsages. . t A half-hour'of nuptial music preceded the ceremony, consisting of "Melody In F," by. Rubenstein, "Love's Greeting," Elgar, for violin and organ, "Traumerle," Shumann; Hold Thou My Hand," by JJ(rs. Ralph Kandel, soprani), "Romance," "Llebestraum," Luzt for violin and organ, "Serenade," Schubert and "O Take My Hand Dear Father," Silcher, by Mrs. Kandel. The wedding march- was written by E. L. Ashford. Mrs. Ralph Kandel sang, "Jesus Lead the Way," during the service and the couple returned from the altar to Handel's wedding march. The organ music was played by Mrs, C. W. Watkins of that church. Miss Irene .Hegenderter, g'bwned In green chiffon, was the violinist, and .Mrs. Ralph Kandel wore a gown of pink,, net. Leonard Bowdre sank "The Lord's Prayer" during the ceremony. A small reception for the bridal party and guests was held at the tome of the bride's parents where 'oses again were the predominant giving Mrs. James using es her scripture Means reading Minute Smiih gave Schweitzer John A. topics "A Music and A was during W. E. also Mrs. Glenna was Thou poem, the service Reality" Becomes reading followed unison was Mrs. Ilo W. were From and Not Live "Medical Setting" Neighbors," Tp Pai>,*ieli on the and a E. Parrish, "Spanish was who Miss Jennie and short business , four 'with The by Mrs. God" and Barrier" „._,.. . _._... Ji rending by given "Sam Higglnbotton" Jones." the Year Nation decoration, the buffet being banked with, them, and the bride's table cen- ered with the wedding- cake," had [arlands of roses surrounding. The bridal couple left immcdi tely for a short trip through Ken- ucky and will be at home on their arm on the Infirmary Road the Irst of the week. The following guests from out-of- own were present, Rev. and Mrs. J. Goedeking, Fred Ebeling, Mr. and Mrs. George Kandel, Mr. and Urs. John Thiergartner, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kandel, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Scnelderer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boerger, Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Blumenschein, Mr. and Mrs. Richard • Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. leorge Emmert, Mr. and Mrs. Trank Mader, Dr. and Mrs. Herman Nlcol, Theodore Nicol, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Geer and children, Miss Irene Heglhderfer, Misa Helen Butz, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, By water, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rausch, Mrs. John Weldman, and Mr, and Mrs. Herman Herre of Marysville; Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Kandel, Miss Elouise Kandel, Mr. and Mrs. Marston Skidmore of Columbus, Grandmother Heidegjer, and Rachel Heidegger of Fort Wayne-, Mr. and Mrs. F. J, Heidegger and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heldigger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Briemer, Mrs. Anna Tuelling and Lewis of Portland, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Monroe and daughters of Coldwater. Women's Association The various groups of the Women's Association met Wednesday at 2:30 and at 7:30 o'clock with the following program: Service of worship, ''Second Place to Second Things"; discussion topic, "Builders of the Kingdom," (Personalties); '^Review of Women and Missions"; and National Excerpts, "West Indies." The Olive Branch met Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the home of Miss Crystal Tossey. Group one met with Mrs. Harold Bishop, who is also the leader. Miss Kathryn Wible gave the service of worship, Mrs. Bishop, the devotional, using Psalm 20, followed'by a prayer. Mrs. Floyd Dunbar read, "Robert E. Speer"; "Medical Missions in a Tropical Setting" was given by Miss Christine Houston. National Excerpts, "Sugar in World Politics," was given by Mrs. Bishop, who also conducted the business. Following the Mizpah benediction, refreshments were served by the hostess and a social hour enjoyed. Group two met with Mrs. Mabel Turner, Mrs. Fred G;>briel, tht- Mrs. the National .Problems," gave Rico business

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  1. Marysville Journal-Tribune,
  2. 11 Jun 1942, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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  • Frank Heiby

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