4 THE PRESS-GAZETTE HILLSBOBO, OHIO Tuesday, August 4, 1970 Shower Honors Miss Walker Miss Judy Walker, bride-elect of David Prater, was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Norman Fent, Jr., July 18. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Dewey Smith and Mrs. Elmo Walker, Jr. Games were played and prizes awarded were presented to the guest of honor. The bride-elect opened her array of lovely and useful gifts and graciously expressed her appreciation. Refreshments of cake and punch were served to those present: Mrs. William Prater and Bonnie, Nancy Adkins, Mrs. Geneva Walker, Gladys Walker, Mrs. Lenore Lauderman, Kathy Adams, Janet Atchison, Mrs. Don Stafford, Donna Faulconer, Janet Hurless, Sharon Goddard, Theresa and Hazel Walker, Mrs. Elizabeth Van Dyke, Mrs. George Hopkins, Mrs. Diane Walker, Mrs. Joyce Tracey, Mrs. Carol Walker. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Norma Faulconer, June Walker, Lola Gall, Mrs. Betty White, Ann Borden, Mrs. Oscar Hopkins, Mrs. Opal Faulconer, Mrs. Valceta Deakyne, Miss Joan Hopkins, Mrs. Andy Thackston Thackston. and M r s . Ronnie NEED MORE STORAGE? METAL CABINETS COULD BE THE ANSWER! Â· BASE CABINETS Â· WALL CABINETS Â· UTILITY CABINETS Â· BROOM CABINETS Â· Free Standing Â» KITCHEN CABINETS Â· KITCHEN CHINAS Â» WARDROBES Â· Measure The Space You Have--Take Your Measurements To PHILLIPS FURNITURE 151 Wwf Main St. Bridal Shower Honors Miss Hill Mrs. Tom McFadden was hostess to a lovely bridal shower, Monday evening, July 27, in honor of Miss Connie Hill, bride-elect of Mr. Richard Sylvester, whose wedding will be an event of August 22 in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Mrs. Glenn Wright and Shirley Wright assisted with hostess honors. Games and contests, in keeping with the shower theme, were won by Mrs. William Turner, Mrs. Paul Karnes and Miss Linda Hill, who presented them to the bride-to-be. Miss Hill was invited to open the array of lovely and useful gifts which were displayed during the remainder of the shower hours. She graciously expressed her appreciation. Refreshments of cake and punch were served from a prettily appointed table, centered with a bride centerpiece with accents of green and white, the bride-elect's chosen colors. The invitational list included Mrs. Doris Hill, Mrs. W. F. Sylvester, Misses Linda and Tammy Hill, Miss Patty Sylvester, Mrs. Paul Karnes and Judy, Miss Sue Wolfer, Mrs. James Weems, Mrs. James Ross and Lori, Mrs. Dean Hill, Mrs. William Turner, Miss Mary Gossett, Mrs. Thomas McFadden and Martha, Mrs. Nellie Ross, Mrs. Vernon Fultz, Mrs. Carrie Fultz, Miss Marilyn Wharton and Mrs. John Fomash. Garden Club Has Picnic Meeting Mrs. Vernon Kelley welcomed members of Hillsboro Garden Club to her home Tuesday evening, July 26. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Ervin Kerr, Mrs. W. II. Hawk, Mrs. Tom Bright and Mrs. Jack Zitik. Husbands of members were guests for the evening and all enjoyed a bountiful picnic supper. Following the picnic, Mrs. Cleo Emery, president, called the meeting to order with the reading of a poem, "Old Woman's Dream of Flowers." It was announced that the plantings at the courthouse had been completed. Members were reminded that dues are now due. The remainder of the evening Social Evenfs 1 Mill I Mil IMI If II HI till Mtl Iff HI I III IIIII Wed Recently WCTU to Meet Mother Thompson WCTU will meet Aug. 6 at 2 P. M., at the home of Mrs. Walter Fenner, North High St. Devotional leader will be Laverne Hamm. Year-end reports are due. Assisting Mrs. Fenner with hostess duties will be Lorene Michael and Helen Wilkin. * * * Sgt. and Mrs. Jeremiah Hess, Jr., and son, Jeremiah, have gone to their new home at 410 Cherry St., Grand Forks, N. D., after a 30-day leave with Mr. and Mrs. Ollie J. Gross. Sgt. and Mrs. Hess and son have just returned from Okinawa where they had spent a year's tour of duty. NOTICE A M Y ' S BEAUTY SALON ON VACATION AUGUST 2-8 was spent in a social fashion. Next meeting will be a tour of members' gardens. Those to be toured are Mrs. Emery, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. Walter Whisner and Mrs. H. R. Kincaid. Anyone else wishing their garden toured may contact Mrs. Emery. The group will mee at the Emery home and following the tour will return there for the meeting and program. 4 V * Plan Reunion The National Rausch and Roush Allied Families Association wil hold its annual reunion Friday Aug. 14, and Saturday, Aug. 15, ai the American Legion Hall at the west edge of Tipton, Mo., just ofl U.S. Rt. 50. A banquet will be held Friday at 6 P. M. and the reunion Saturday at 10 A. M. Reservations should be sent by Aug. 8 to Ralph Roush, Box 425, Tipton, Mo., or by calling Mrs. Grazier, Area 314-433-2342. The price of the banquet will be $2.50. Donald D. Roush, Letart, W. Va., is president and Hazel Roush, 515 Robinson Street, Point Pleasant, W. Va., 25550. For more information, call Mrs. Virgil T. Roush, Hillsboro 393-1746. * * * Plans Announced Plans are complete for the wedding of Miss Janice Lynn, Winchester Rt. 2, and Mr. Larry Brunck, Hillsboro Rt. 6, to be held Sunday, Aug. 9, at 2:30 P. M. in the United Methodist Church of i Sugartree Ridge. | Mrs. David Albert will attend her ' sister as matron of honor. Brides! maids will be Miss Marty Albers and Miss Nancy Lynn, also a sister of the bride. Mr. Lawrence Brunck will attend his son as best man. Ushers will be Mr. Richard Roberts and Mr. David Albert. The custom of open church will be observed at both the wedding and the reception which will be held at Concord School immediately following the ceremony. -- FREE - Get a new fall Purse with purchase of a girls Coat and Billfold with purchase of boys Jacket. is for limited MR,, MRS. DWAYNE WRIGHT Miss Sally J. Johnson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Hillsboro Rt. 3, became the bride of Mr. Dwayne A. Wright, son of Mrs. Flora Wright, Hillsboro Rt. 1, and the late Roy Wright, Saturday, July 18, at half past the hour of seven o'clock in the evening in Hillsboro Community Church. Rev. Ed Purcell, uncle of the bridegroom, and Rev. Johnson, father of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. Ralph Vance, organist, and Mrs. Calvan Stautberg, vocalist, presented a prelude of wedding music prior to the ceremony. Mrs. Stautberg sang "Each for the Other and Both for the Lord" and "Wedding Prayer." Mr. Vance's selections included "Wisteria," "Melodic," "Love Divine" and the traditional wedding marches. The family pews along the bride's path were marked with white satin bows. A white aisle cloth covered her path which climaxed at the white kneeling bench which centered the altar. Baskets of all white gladioli, asters and chrysanthemums flanked either side of the altar. Behind the floral arrangements stood seven branch candelabra, garlanded with smilax foliage and accented with clusters of baby's breath and white satin bows. Given in marriage by her father, :he bride was lovely in a floor length wedding gown of white organza and bridal crisp. A panel of Venise lace extended from front of he high-rise empire waistline to he hem. Matching lace appliques dragons, pink asters and white pompons enhanced the pretty appointments. Hostesses for the wedding were Mrs. Leonard Wright, Mrs. Joseph McCoppin, Miss Jeanne Hawke and Miss Mary McEwen. Miss Jeanne Hawke presided at the guest book. For traveling on a brief wedding trip, the new Mrs. Wright chang ed into a blue dress with whit accessories and pinned at he shoulder was a corsage from he bridal bouquet. The young coupl has established their home at 2136 Middle Lane, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Wright is a 1970 gradual of Hillsboro High School and prio to her marriage was employed a White House Care Center, Hills boro. Mr. Wright is a 1969 gradual of Hillsboro High School and is a full time student in electronic tech nical school in Louisville, Ky. * * * Winkle Reunion Is Held At Park The second annual Winkle re union was held Sunday, July 26, a Lynchburg Lions Club Park. A bountiful carry-in dinner was en joyed. Grace was said by Floyd Winkle, Hamilton. Those enjoying the day were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Winkle anc Cherry Ann, Hamilton; Orley Re veal, Howard Reveal, near Farm ers Station; Mrs. Phyllis Danyi Tammy and Randy and Melaniei Columbus; Mrs. Leanna Laymon, Hillsboro; Mrs. Ruth Winkle, Leesburg, Fla.; Mrs. Helen Martin Buford; Mrs. Florence Harrington Dr. and Mrs. Henry Walter anc children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrington and Robin, all of Dayton; Gerald Winkle and Angela and Annette, Mrs. Mildred Pickett and Barry, all of Miamisburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Swearingen and son, Arthur, Xenia; Mrs. Edith Foust and Merlin Winkle and Kenneth, near Midland; Steve Winkle, Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kendall, Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Julliard and sons, Terry and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pendall, Mr. and Mrs. David Pendall and David Wayne, Roger Whiting and Leah, Lisa and Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winkle and Lori and Susie, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Thompson, all of Lynchburg or near Lynchburg. All enjoyed the afternoon by talking over old times and the children enjoyed the slides and swings at the Lions Club Park. The Winkles adorned the cuffs of bridal crisp third reunion will be held at the AND BOYS* JACKETS ToQSty Worm Coots and Jackets For Dress-Up and School. L I T T ' S sleeves and high neckline. A close same P lace m l^l, the fourth Sun- fitting headpiece of florettes held j da y m Jul y- Honor Birthdays Members of Hillsboro Senior Citizens Organization met at the home of Mrs. Stella Rhoades, Tuesday, July 21, for the monthly birthday observance. A bountiful picnic luncheon was enjoyed. Birthdays honored in July were Mrs. Ruth Brown, Mrs. Frances Garrison and Mrs. L. L. Gall. During the social hour Mrs. Roush Chancy presented a program of games and contests. Readings were given by Mrs. Chancy, Mrs. Pearl Collins and Mrs. L. L. Gall. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socializing. Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Hapner visited Tuesday and Wednesday in Athens where Mr. Hapner attended the Ohio Bar Seminar. Mrs Hapner visited with Miss Myrtle Ashworth and Dr. and Mrs. Bowling. in place the veil of illusion tha fell in soft folds over the circular train. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, baby'i breath and leatherleaf foliage with white satin ribbons tied in lover's knots. Mrs. Kenneth Wright served as the bride's matron of honor and only attendant. She wore a gown of pearl pink chiffon over satin, fashioned in empire design with long sleeves that climaxed in wide cuffs at the wrists. Her headpiece was of nylon net leaves trimmsd with braid rosettes and lilies of the valley with matching veil. She carried a nosegay of lavender and purple asters, baby's breath and matching ribbon streamers. Mrs. Johnson chose an egg shell dress with matching shoes and other accessories of beige. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Mrs. Wright, mother of the groom, wore a blue frock with white accessories and a pink carnation corsage. Mr. Kenneth Wright, nephew oi the groom, served as best man. Ushers were Mr. Shelby Merrill and Mr. Paul Sexton. A reception was held in the social room of the church following the ceremony. The bride's table was centered with a four-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom figurine and garlanded at the base with leather- leaf interspersed with white pompons. A centerpiece of pink snap- Steimel-Diehold Service Is Read Miss Susan Alice Steimel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Steimel, 1611 Singleton, Wichita Falls, Tex , became the bride o Mr. David Alfred Diehold, son o Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Diebold, 1122 Hollyroad, Sandusky, 0., in a cere mony performed in St. Stephen's Episcopal Church of Wichita Falls Saturday, Aug. 1, at half past tht hour of eight o'clock in the eve ning. Ftr. Eugene McCray official ed at the double ring ceremony. A program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Laveda Arnng ton, organist, Mrs. Landon Bilyeu flutist, and Miss Carol Owens mezzo'-soprano vocalist. Compos ers represented were Bach, Pachel bel, Raison, Couperin, Debussy Schuetz and Stanley. Altar decorations were white gladioli and greenery in altar vases and lighted tapers. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in her formai length gown of white voile covered with individually sewn organdy flowers. Sheer full sleeves and pale pink satin accented the bodice above the high-rise waistline. Back accent was a brief train. A dainty Renaissance styled cap, covered with organdy flowers, held in place the veil of silk tulle. She carried a bouquet of stephanotis and pale pink rosebuds. Miss Lucy Steimel served her sister as maid of honor. Miss Joann Curran and Miss Joanne Diebold, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. They wore gowns of printed crewel design in cyclamen featuring shades of olive, deep yellow and brown with olive satin sashes. In their hair they wore circlets of yellow and olive flowers holding layers of olive tulle. They carried cyclamen nosegays. Mrs. Steimel chose a lime green Alaskine frock with complimentary accessories for her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Diebold, mother of the groom, wore a biege linen frock with lace cage and matching accessories. Mrs. Emma Mehring, former resident of Hillsboro, maternal [randmother of the bride, wore a [reen dress. Mrs. Helen Steimel, paternal grandmother of the bride, wore salmon pink. Mr. James Varga, Cleveland, attended Mr. Diebold as best man. | Ushers were Mr. Richard Diebold, irother of the groom, and Mr. Ger- Id Canepa, Reno, Nev. Groomsmen were Mr. James Steimel, rother of the bride, and Mr. Jacke Smith, both of Wichita Falls. Mr. oseph Steimel, brother of the iride, served as acolyte. A reception was held in the par- sh house following the ceremony. Tables were covered with organza cloths. A three tiered wedding cake was focal point of the bride's table. Lighted tapers in silver candelabra accented the lovely appointments. Hostesses were Mrs. Tom Curran, Miss Barbara Noftz, aunt of the groom of Sandusky, Mrs. James Hoggard and Miss Elizabeth Dick. When leaving for a wedding trip, the new Mrs. Diebold changed into a violet-blue dress with accordion pleated skirt. Her accessories were of bone c o l o r . The young couple will establish their new home at 3006 Ave. K. Wichita Falls Tex. Mrs. Diebold is a 1970 graduate of Midwestern University, Wichita Falls, where she received her B. A cum laude in English. She is a member of Alpha Chi, scholastic honorary. Mr. Diebold is a senior at Midwestern University where he is a member of Phi Mu Alpha, music honorary. He serves as organist at Trinity American Lutheran Church. Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. 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