Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on September 23, 1963 · Page 25
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 25

Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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Monday, September 23, 1963
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Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa., Monday, September 23, 1963 cations File Mrs. John J. Fritz Jr. (Yedinok) St. Cyril's Church Scene Of Fritz-Miller Marriage Double ring rites united Miss Carolyn M. Miller and John J. Fritz Jr. in marriage Saturday morning at ten o'clock in SS. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church. The Rev. Joseph S. Hager was the officiating clergyman. ' The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Miller, 2323 Kensington St., Harrisburg, formerly of Lebanon, is a graduate of Lebanon High School. She is employed by Buell Engineering Company Inc. The groom was graduated from Lebanon Catholic High School and is employed in the office of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation/His parents are (Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fritz, 1115 Mifflin St. Bride's Gown Given hi marriage by her father, *he bride wore a pure silk shantung and Alencon lace gown featuring an Empire waistline anc short sleeves. The long, controlled skirt was highlighted by a band of Alencon lace at the hemline and a flat'bow atvthe the waistline. Her ballerina length veil French illusion fell from a pear and crystal crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of white Fuj 'mums, pompons. and ivy; Miss Linda Johnson, a friem of the bride, was the maid o honor. The bridesmaid was Mis: 'oy Hickernell, a friend of the )ride. Five marriage license applications werjB filed in.-^he Municipal Building on Saturday. Applicants are: Gary C. Ellinger, : 20, elec, trician, Quentin, son; of Charles H. EUmger and the late Eva; J. Ellinger, arid Ann U Frazier, 20, secretary, : 906 Walnut St., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Frazier. Robert Lee Lebo, 20, machinist, 33 Evergreen Rd,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. Lebo, and Margaret Louise Seyfert, 20/ shipping clerk, 425 E. Maple St., daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Richard A. Seyfert Sr. ; Thomas P, Hartman, 19, cutter 521 E. Walnut St., son of Mr. anc Mrs. Joseph H. Hartman, and Bonita Jean Rohrer, 17, baby sitter, 584 E. "Cumberland St., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Penrose J. Rohrer. Charles E. Donley, 19, steel worker, 439 Beechwood Ave., son of Mildred B; ^Saltzer and the late Claude L. Doriley, and Judith Lea Uffner,. 16, PBX operator, 740 Lehman St., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Uffner. Oden E. Blsckman Jr., 23, U.S. Army, Flint, Mich., son of Oden E. Blackman Sr. and Rosalie Blackman, and Gloria Jean Reich ard, 22, factory worker, 531 N. The attendants were seen in telly, green dresses of peau de oie styled .with scoop necklines, hort sleeves, Empire waistlines and controlled skirts. Their headpieces were matohing crowns at- ached to nosetip veils and they carried bouquets of bronze and yellow 'mums and pompons. Brother Best Man Joseph Fritz was his brother's best man and Robert Granger, a 'riend of the groom, was the ush- ;r. A luncheon was held at the Gretna Timbers for the wedding party and the immediate families. The couple will honeymoon in the Pocono Mountains and will reside at 502 E. Cumberland St.' (rear). For traveling the bride chose a »old two-piece mohair loop dress, slack, accessories and an orchid corsage. • • • ' Prior to the'..ceremony a 15- minute organ recital was presented by Mrs. Anna Homey.. The church was decorated with'_ "a white bridal carpet and pew markers. A bouquet of white gladioli and 'mums was placed on the altar. " ' The mother of the bride wore a gold three-piece suit with "black accessories. The. groom's mother was seen in'a teal blue dress with black accessories. Their corsages were of gardenias. Twelfth St., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Reichard. Observe64th Cooks Corner A DOZEN FOR SUPPER Chocolate cake with creamy coconut frosting makes a happy ending on this simple but delicious menu. ',.; • , Honeydew Melon with Lime Wedges and Green Grapes Vtiss Dottier, James Gates Wed At St. Luke's Church Baked Ham Relish Tray Hot Sourdough Bread Chocolate Cake with Creamy Coconut Frosting Beverage CREAMY COCONUT FROSTING Vi cup, butter .or margarine & teaspoon salt -.\ •-.•.-.• 1 pound confectioners sugar, sift ed 2 egg yolks 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons (about) milk o -light cream 2r3 cup Jlaked - coconut . Beat nutter until soii; acTd sal 1 Gradually beat in part of th sugar. Beat in thoroughly the eg yolks and vanilla. Beat in re niaihing sugar alternately wit milk.until smooth and of spreac ing consistency. Makes about 2V cups. Spread over top and side of chocolate cake baked in a 1 by 9 by 2 inch pan; sprinkle wil coconut. Pag* 25 S Today,marks the 64th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest. S, Hemperly, 328 S. Ninth St. They were married September 23, 1899, in Memorial Evangelical United Brethren Church. Mrs. Hemperly is the former lara Jane Waltz. Her husband is a retired employe of the Lebanon Steel Foundry. Mr. and Mrs. Hemperly are the parents of three sons; William of Boca Raton, Fla.; Earl, Memphis, Tenn., and Norman, superintendent of the Lebanon City Schools. They have one grandchild and one great-grandchild. Mothers Club Hears Talk By Librarian Frank Deodene, librarian at the Lebanon Community Library, was the speaker at the meeting of St. Mary's (Mothers Club Sunday evening in the St. Mary's School cafeteria. •Deodene explained the Mrs. Robert H. Pankake Jr. Mrs. James A. Gates (Colonial) St. Luke's' Episcopal Church vas the scene of the Saturday wedding of Miss Suzanne Mary )otter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irnest Shuey Dotter, Lebanon RD 3, and James Alfred Gates, 27 W. Eighty-second St., New York, N. Y. The Rev. Lloyd E. Teter per- ormed the double Ting ceremony at two o'clock in the afternoon. A wedding recital was presented by Miss Anna M. Shalley, organ- st...,'• : :'. . ' . Two-Piano Is Program Feature A two-piano recital,:by Mrs. W. Miller Price and-Miss Mildred E. Myers, both of Ami- ville, highlighted the opening of the 67th season of the Woman's Club of Lebanon. Mrs. George'H. Wise, president, presided over the pro- gran; and business session Saturday afternoon; at the club house, Fifth and Cumberland Streets. The pianists performed Handel's "Fifth Concerto." The concerto was followed by two J. S. Bach compositions. Part two of the recital was devoted to "The Blue Danube Waltzes" by Strauss,, arranged by Chasins, and two other selections, "Allegro Brilliante" by Low and "Praeludium" by Jarnefelt. In Part Three of the recital, the musicians offered three modern compositions, "Gitan erias" and "La Comparsa,' both by Lecuona, and Milhaud's "Scaramouche Suite." Mrs Price and Miss Myers .were in troduced by Mrs. James V Davis. Door Hostesses Mrs. A. H. M. Stonecipher and 'Mrs. Clyde A. Lynch greeted members at the door Miss Mattie K. Gerberich ant Mrs. David J. Reese presidee at the tea table. Mrs. Donald S. Harpel read the collect Hostesses in charge of th tea room were Mrs. Alfred H Burnham, chairman; Mrs. Ear H. Albert, Mrs. McCune Brat ton, Mrs. Burton E. Carson Mrs. Raymond L. Filbert, Mrs Carl W. Gruver, Miss E. Mari Hay, Mrs. Clyde A. Lynch, Mrs Harold E. Packard, Mrs. Jac' Schropp, Mrs. Stanley C. Suter Mrs. DeForest L. Trautman an Mrs. Stuart A. Wood. Department Reports , Departmental and commute reports were given as follows Mrs. John K. Stroh, chair man, civic, philanthropic, pub lie health and child welfar committee, reminded member of the "welfare parties" to b. held October 14 in the after noon and evening. Mrs. Robert C. Clerke, pub lie affairs, stressed the import nee of voting and spoke on the iyil Rights problem. , Mrs. James K. Davis, pro- ram, announced the program or Saturday, October 5 will be resented by Dr. Earl S. Rudi- ill, psychologist, writer and raveler. His topic will be Turning Worries Into Assets." Beaux Arts Ball Mrs. Calvin D. Spitler, Home ife, reminded - members of the ;eaux,Arts "Ball her department s sponsoring Saturday, Septem- >er 28, at the Treadway Inn for benefit of a home economics cholarship. Miss Laura M. Ebersole, communications, thanked her commit- ee members for their assistance uring the year. Miss Mattie K. Gerberich, delegate, reported on the Pennsyl- ania Federation of Women's )lubs convention held in May at *hiladelphia. , Mrs. Mark S. Brandt, delegate, reported on the Southeastern Dis- rict meeting held last week at Reading. • Reciprocity Day Mrs. George H. ( Wise, president, reminded members of Rec- procity Day to be held Saturday, October 19 at the clubhouse.! She announced the fall meeting of the Lebanon County Federation of Women's Clubs, wil! be held Sat- Begins Studies Miss Marguerite M. Eckenroth, daughter of Mrs. Williairi P. Eckenroth, Annyille RD 1, today commenced her studies at Immaculata College, Immaculata. Pa,, where she is a member of the freshman class.. She will major in home economics. Miss Eckenroth is a 1963 graduate of Lebanon Catholic High School. A graduate of Northern Lebanon High School s and the Reading Hospital School of Nursing, the bride was employed by the Lebanon Sanatorium. LHS Graduate .The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gates, 151 S. Lincoln Ave., was graduated from Lebanon High School and the Pennsylvania State University. He is employed, as a retail buyer by Lord and Taylor department store, New York. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was seen in a white peau de soie gown fash loned with long tapered sleeves and a round neckline. The skir featured a controlled front and a pleated full back terminating a chapel train. .',' .Her headpiece was a crown o princess pearls attached to a four tiered bouffant veil. She 'carriec length bell-shaped skirts. Their headpieces were Dior bows with short veils and they carried cascade bouquets of bronze and gold pompons, carnations, ; woodroses and autumn foliage. As flower girl, Miss . L; o r if i e Gates, niece of the groom; wore gold floor length satin gown ighlighted with short ;puffed [eeves and a large satin bow orming a bustle effect : in the ack. A small ;Dior bow headpiece ttached to a short veil and a miniature cascade bouquet like hose of the other attendants com- jieted her attire. The bridal gown and the gowns ind headpieces of; the attendants vere made by the mother of the operation of a library and discussed children's reading and children's books. The program co-chairmen were Mrs. Gordon Haines and Mrs. George Heagy. Additional remarks on reading and its importance were presented by the Rev. Robert F. X. Berger. He also stressed the importance of volunteer service. Mrs. George Beattie, president, opened the meeting with prayer and conducted the business ses- • ' _ _ • • Pankak&Longreen Rites Are Solemnized On sion. Committee Reports Come fall, the best dressed will wear white calf, white persian lamb, beaver,'fox, broadtail and mink around the clock. a double cascade bouquet of white pompons and Pinocchio pompons Honor Attendant iomp Miss Mary Ann Felty, a friew of the couple, was the maid o honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs Berry Kerlin, a friend of th bride, and Miss Linda Dotter, th bride's sister. The attendants were attired ir forest green satin dresses style< with Bateau .necklines, three quarter-length sleeves and stree Tide. Mothers' Attire Mrs. Dotter attended her daugh- er's wedding in a beige satin irocade sheath with, a jacket, >rown accessories and bronze and gold corsage o£ pompons and carnations. Mrs. Gates was : seen in a green silk suit with brown accessories and a bronze pompon corsage. , Church decorations included v a Mrs. Ralph Tice gave the health committee ^report. Mrs. Frank Di- Fava, ways and means chairman, announced a rummage proj-; ect for Sept. 27 and 28. Mrs. Leo Rudegeair is general chairman. A bake project will be conducted Oct. 20, Mrs. Anthony Tanno reported that mothers have volunteered for school yard duty. Mrs. William Kelly reported that discipline is being enforced on the school buses. ... Mrs. James McCauley, membership chairman, announced that the membership award was a six- way tie. Winners were Sister Theophiliis, Sister Grace Isabel, Sister Jullieta, Sister Mari:e Gregory, Miss Donna Spotts and Miss Marian Hassler. Name Chairman : Mrs. George Teliier agreed to take the chairmanship of the festival committee. Mrs. Donald Keefer and Mrs. Leonard Leining- Miss Sandra Longreen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Longreen, Grantville RD 1, became the bride of Robert H. Pankake Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Pankake Sr., Grantville RD 1, at two-thirty o'clock Sunday afternoon in Faith United Church, of Christ. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Janet Maurer, organist, and Robert Weidler, soloist. The officiating clergyman was the .Rev. Harold Henning. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church social room. he groom, was, the best Ushers were Edward Krebit, cousin of the groom; John Boutselis, brother" of' the 'groom, and Paul Longreen, the bride's'bro^- er. -Scott Lingle served as acolyte. , :. : :.•;:.•-.;•.. s.^ : The, new Mrs. Pankake, « graduate of Lower Dauphin Junior-Senior High School, is employed as a secretary by the Hershey Chocolate Corporation. Her hijji- band was graduated from H«rr- shey High School and is employed by the Hershey Estates as an electrician. : '•• " ••"•'£_ white bridalcarpet, pew markers and white Fuji toums and pom- [»ns. . Men In Party er are chairmen for the ladies meeting room. Mrs. Thomas J. Reing announced that this year's NCCW Bride's Attire The bride was attired in a floor length gown of peau de soie fashioned ' with a ilow neckline trimmed with re-embroidered lace and long tapered sleeves. The bouffant skirt featured a large butterfly bow in the back and terminated in a cathedral train. Her fingertip'Veil of silk :: jljusion was held by a cluster of peau de soie rosebuds. Mrs. Lillie Thomas, sister of the bride, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids, were Mrs. Eileen Longreen, sister-in-law of -,; the bride, and Miss Diann? Pankake, the groom's sister. Miss Joanne Longreen, sister of the bride, was the junior bridesmaid. Attendants' Gowns The attendants wore' streel length gowns of screened silk designed with scoop necklines and three-quarter-length sleeves. Their headpieces were velvet flowers attached to short veils. Mrs Thomas was seen in gold and .the other attendants wore emerald Fete Mary Reing | At Surprise Party | Mary Reing, daughter of jfe and Mrs. Thomas' J. Reing, lift Fifth St.,. was feted at a «ttt^ jrise party Sunday afternoonT»t ler home in observance of bjfr seventh b i r i h d a y anniversiCT whichOccurs today; She is a s*£- ond grade pupiiv.at : St. Elementary School. The decorations ; were out in a, circus^ thertie.•;--„ Attending the party were Diane Barkus, 1 Mary Barkus, Jane Fegan, Renee Hockley,: Cindy-,>Ret- rew, Robin Marie Rhoades, lEler anor • S c h r a m, .Mary ;Beth Rodger Ramsey, friend of the couple, was the best man. Ushers were Henry Zug and Jay Smith, friends of the groom. Approximately 150 guests invited from various parts of Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Connecticut, Ohio, Illinois and New Jersey attended a reception at the Fredericksburg American Legion. Parent theme is as a Vocation." Family and "Parenthood Emphasis is on striving for adult education about Catholic family life. The month of September is concerned with home education and October will be devoted to the Holy Rosary. Vote Donation . The group donated a monetary gift to the orphans fund. It was announced that the parish council green. Douglass Farver, a friend o The newlyweds will reside atjhas asked 12 members of the club 23 Schcnck Ave^ Great Neck, i to be hostesses at the bazaar in Long Island. KiaKrX'X-X^WWX'XWX'X.S^WX-WWWKWC^ Recent Brides October 26, at the Fireside Restaurant. Mrs. Howard L. Rothermel, secretary, read an invitation to the senior members to attend a meet- ng of the Junior Department, Woman's Club of Lebanon, on Monday evening, October 21; at the clubhouse. The program entitled "The Ecumenical Council," will be presented by the Rev. Dr. Robert V. Moss, president of the Lancaster Theological Seminary. . Others presenting reports were Mrs. Guy A. Gerberich, house committee and Mrs. David J. Reese, membership committee. Announcements was made that members of the Drama Department have 'begun work on the production to be given on Drama Day, Saturday, November 16, A memorial service was conducted" for Mrs. Elizabeth Woomer Horstick. , the school cafeteria on Nov. 9. Members were reminded of the Day of Recollection to be held Sept. 29 at.Mt. Caronel. Father Berger closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. William Scanlin was hospitality chairman. Hostesses were Mrs. Edward Jordan, chairman; Mrs. Leland L i n g 1 e, Mrs. Charles McConnell, Mrs. Raphael Schreiber, Mrs. Leon Schrum, Mrs. Gordon Hains, Mrs. John Pyles, Mrs. Mary D'Angelo, Mrs. George Heagy, Mrs. John Penn, Mrs. Alfred Shay and Mrs. Margaret Allwein. Feted For Birthday Dawn Louise Resanovich, four year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs John R. Resanovich, 306 E. Chest nut St., was feted at a birthdaj party Friday evening. Relative and friends attended -and preseni ed the little celebrant with gift and cards. Refreshments wer served. Dawn's birthday anniver ary occurred Thursday. (Uhler) MRS. JOHN HERMAN was married in Kochenderfer's Evangelical United Brethren Church. The bride is the former Sandra Heilman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heilman of 1101 Walton St. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Herman of 1622 Center St. (UMcr) MRS. ANTHONY FICCO JR. repeated marriage vows in the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church. She was formerly Frances Barry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barry of 624 Elm St. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ficco of 231 Guilford St. ,!> Homemaker Hints As a precaution, teach your small child his full name, also yours and your address. Check with him every few days to see that he really knows it. * * * . A nutcracker comes in handy when opening bottles with tiny lids and lids that want to stick. * * * If you are travelling with smal children, take along a few surprise toys to give them now and then. * » * Add sliced lemon to water i aluminum pans and boil. This wi brighten utensil. * * * Egg whites whip faster an fluffier if they are at room tern perature. * * • Too little soap or detergftn may cause black specks to settl on silks, so use enough to main tain a foamy topping. To soften marshmallows brown sugar that have hardened place them in a wire straine and hold over boiling water fo I a few minutes, carriii, Schram, Joan Wike, David; el, Charles Keith Rhoades, KeV- n Rhoades and : Michael .fluid Thomas Reing,''brothers ofttft celebrant. .: . v •£.-*<* Scavenger Hunt ^li . ' ' '; ' •_',.. w A scavenger hunt was,, h «ld Sunday night by members of v t$£ Youth Group of St. Luke's Epis^r pal Church. The hunt followed;** program of evening prayer at £pe parish house. Kan K^rn, chaplain of the group, had .charge of ttte prayer service. ,' ; ' .^ A short business meeting w*i held when plans were made for a hike next .Sunday to Govenjfr Dick at'Mt. Gretna. Plans weni also discussedv for a hay ri3i some time ;in Odtober. .p. A social was held after, th/e scavenger hunt. Advisors ,,ria charge were the Rev. Earl Frey and Floyd Boyer. !; ;4 Contract Bridge By,,B. Jay Becker FAMOUS HANDS South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH A Q9 876 V K 8 6 5 • 8 6 * 10 4 WEST : EAST K 4. A J 53 J 9 3 V 10 4 4QJ107 495432 * K J 9 2 +875 SOUTH A A 10 2 V A Q 72 • A K * A Q 63 The bidding: South 3 NT East Pass West North Pass 4 4» 4 V Pass 6 V Opening lead — queen of dia monds. This deal occurred in a pai: championship played in Califor nia in 1955. At the table where ;he bidding went as shown, North South contracted for six hearts The four club bid was artificia and requested South to bid a:four /*o*.*4 WII^A* eiiif if VIA Via/I nnA •'. l>dlU .AIC4JVS. kJM.V u »1\* >IUU V..W. West (Meyer Schleifer, Wes Coast star) opened the queen o diamonds. Declarer won it wit the king and led ,the ace o spades. On the ace of spades Schleife played the king! As a result of this play, Sout spade and a club regardless:o( ow he played thereafter. ;p But suppose Schleifer had layed low on the ace, even f as ou and I, instead of dropping he king. In that case, South •ould have made the slam by rawing three rounds of trumps, cashing the ace of diamonds,, and hen leading a. spade. West would vin with the king, but would now lave no safe exit card. ..A club return would -go right nto declarer's A-Q, while a diamond return would permit declarer to discard a club from lummy as he ruffed the diamond n'his hand. • The declarer played well by put- ing Schleifer to the test at trick wo. Against a lesser opponent,he undoubtedly would have succefd- ed, and to that extent South was unlucky. The projected endplay was also attempted at several other tables, jut in most cases the declarer gave the show away by drawing :hree rounds of trumps and owning the ace of diamonds before playing the ace of spades. It TOS much easier at these tables for West to drop the king on the «c« - -South had .openly Ills- graphed his intent. . It was not difficult for mest Wests to deduce that East had the jack of spades. Presumably, if declarer had the A-J of spadei, he would have taken a finetiwi and his failure to do so clearly went down one. He had to lose indicated that East had the Tomorrow: A bnilt-la trait

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