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The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio • Page 51

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Sunday, December 22, 1963 10C Akron Beacon Journal It's Hand-Clapping, Toe-Tapping Time By NANCY YOCKEY Teen Topics Writer THIS PROMISES to be a toe-tappin', a clappin' holiday with. a hootennany and several dances on the teen scene. Five folk singing groups will appear the Cuyahoga Falls Hootenwe. nany from 8 to 11 Saturday night at the sponsored by the Y. Teens, and Leader's Clubs.

Featured will be "The Travelers Three," collegians Dick Page, Bob Peterson and Sonny Schvartz; "Jackie, Jo and Kate," Falls High's Jacquie Scrivener, Joanne Shabino and Kathy Johnson; "Penny and Pam" Allen of Falls High; "The Clock Tower Singers," Hudson's Randy Pope, Dick Smith and Jerry Donley, and "Chris and Jo," Chris Pearne and Jo Runci of Hudson. TICKETS ARE being sold by Y-Teens at Hudson, Falls, Kent State University School, Garfield and Green; by Hi-Y members at Falls, Kent State, Kent Roosevelt, Revere, Copley, Tallmadge, Buchtel, South, Garfield and Firestone; by those in the Hower High Industrial Management Club, and in the Falls Leader's and Mermettes Clubs. Tickets may also be purchased in the offices of the Falls, Firestone Park and West Akron YM's. Go Formal For Dances KAREN OBER and Roger Teel will reign as queen and king of the "Winter Wonderland" formal Monday night at NORTH. Attendants will be Judy Foutty and Denny Buzelli, senior crowners; Katy Gandee and Bob Uber, juniors, and Joanna Bennett and Terry Wilson, sophomores.

"Snowflake Swirl" is the name of the BUCHTEL senior class formal Monday night at the school. Juniors, seniors and alumni have been invited to dance to the music Lou Ciriano's band. any Myrna Maranville is chairman, assisted by Tia Gold. On the committee are Marlene Bascetta, alumni invitations; Pat Hiel, refreshments; Sally Watters, pub- Home-Owned Since 1891 ACME ROGER TEEL AND KAREN OBER reign at North dance Judith Abend Weds Theodore Fetzers Live In Homerville FOLLOWING their wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains, Mr. and Mrs.

Theodore Fetzer are residing in Homerville. The bride is the former Judith Lynn Abend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Abend of Valley City. The groom is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Nick Fetzer of Homerville. The couple was wed at Zion Lutheran Church in Valley City. Belinda Cather was maid of honor. Mrs.

James Stewart was matron of honor for her sister a and bridesmaids were twins, Jane and Janice Gunkelman, while Nancy Fetzer, the groom's sister, was junior bridesmaid. Robert Dexter, the groom's cousin, was best man. Ushers were Nick Fetzer, the groom's brother, James Devonne Naatus MRS. THEODORE FETZER Stewart, the bride's brotherin-law, Robert Allen and James Botdorf. Bride Allan MacLaren Weds In Great Falls, Mont.

backboards and comes up side channels to the ears. Devonne Elaine Naatus, Speech experts say users daughter of Mr. and Mrs. hear their own voices bet- K. G.

Helmsworth of Jamester and can overcome stamtown, N. became the mering with the bride of Lt. Allan John MacLaren, son of Mr. and Operatic star Maria CalMrs. las, who has not visited the Allan Booth MacLaren of U.

S. in several years, will Hudson, in a ceremony in return for a tour next Great Falls, Montana. General Precision Inc. has The ceremony was perdeveloped a bank of giant formed in the chapel at magnetic discs that can store Malmstrom Air Force Base. more than 17 billion bits of Jane Seddersen and Capt.

information--about equal to MARIA Frank Moore attended the CALLAS the name and phone number couple. of every person in the U. retrieve it at lightning speed. Firm sees it as an aid to military control systems or management-and-logistics The bride is a cadet teach- WE NEED estimators who can estimate how much it will cost over the estimate. Dial Automatically FACTS AND FADS Jukeboxes Spin Ads In London By EARL VACARIU JUKEBOXES in 300 London coffee bars are playing commercials during the time it takes for one record to replace another- about seven seconds.

Variety says more than 20 advertisers are already giving this new media a FOR THOSE who are lonely enough to want to hear themselves talk or just want to have fun at parties: A bird- -with all the colors of a parrot or macaw that's stuffed with a tape recorder controlled by a couple buttons. Bird will repeat after you and when it does, its glass eyes light up in a bloodshot BREAKFAST on the run? Bess Myerson, 39- year-old former Miss America, says her secret to an energy-filled pickup is two raw eggs mixed with orange juice in a Life in Paris is getting so hectic that men with no time for leisurely cafe life are bars to be worn with a shoulNewsletter says liquor chests bottles and eight Affairs reports there are now Indians in the U. S. as Today's Definition BESS MYERSON BESS MYERSON full of energy buying small portable der strap. Insider's contain two racks, two U.

S. Bureau of Indian twice as many American there were in 1790... INCOME TAX: The fine you pay for thriving too fast. Cure Stammering? MILWAUKEE engineer claims he can correct stammering by means of a clear plastic box that fits around the face, says Health Bulletin. Wearer's voice travels down a center channel, bounces off reinforced MARIA CALLAS Instant Philosophy IF YOU MAKE a lot of phone calls or call the same numbers frequently, you can get a new phone which automatically dials itself.

Subscriber gets a supply of plastic cards which he "codes" himself by puncturing with a pencil point. To place a call, merely insert card into a slot in the phone and push a start button. Space is provided in the phone itself for filing 40 Anita Bryant's new twoyear contract with CocaCola continues her singing commercials, also calls on her to serve as a goodwill ambassadress for the Last-minute suggestions for unusual gifts: men's handkerchiefs permanently imprinted with bright red lipstick kisses; a stapler with a supply of 5,000 staANITA BRYANT ples packaged in a Florentine silver plated case; a pistol swizzle stick, battery-operated, which goes into mixing action when the trigger is pulled; a Fidget Stone of jade to rub in moments of Danger In Decorations WARNING from Dr. Forrest G. Moyer, a director of the U.

S. Poison Control Center, on keeping Christmas decorations out of the of children: Bubbling "snow" reach, sprays, fireplace color salts and false icicles all cause serious illness if child swallows parts of "John F. Kennedy, The Presidential Years," a documentary album produced by 20th Century Fox Records, has excerpts from JFK's speeches recorded by Fox Movietane An accounting In Philadelphia Orphans Court shows singer Bobby Rydell made $545,000 before reaching his 21st birthday last April, says Variety. Of this sum, Rydell (his real name is BOBBY RYDELL Robert Louis Ridarelli) wound up with $90,000. Taxes took agency and management fees totaled professional help cost $135,000, and the remainder paid for legal and guardian fees and Fred Brooks, most Improved lineman; Ken Unger, best back; Joe Stamm, most valuable player and Knights of Columbus award, and Gary Craemer and Claude Hopkins, players Saint Nick and Black Peter (Helen Khoury and Pat Traub) visited the ELMS classes, leaving gifts for all Stage Play At Rittman RANDY POPE licity, and Bob Berry, tickets.

SENIOR Teens at CHAMBERLIN have named their Christmas formal, "Moonlight and Music." The dance band will begin playing at 8 Monday night at the school. Chairmen are Kathy Harley, decorations; Sarah Flick, publicity; Shirley, Oglesby, refreshments, and Ora Stevenson, Council at DOYLESTOWN will sponsor a "Mistletoe Madness" Christmas formal Monday night at the school. 25th Dance For DeMolay WHILE MOST teens sit back to savor their Christmas Day dinners, members of Temple Chapter DeMolay and Akron Assembly Rainbow for Girls will be collecting Christmas trees to decorate the Sheraton Hotel ballroom. That night, they'll sponsor the 25th anniversary DeMolay dance. National Honor Society at STOW is doing a good turn JACQUIE SCRIVENER by having members compile addresses and telephone numbers of all students.

They'll be printed in booklets for After a candelight vesper at OLD TRAIL, Alice and Nancy Reeves and Janie Lamphier hosted a buffet supper for Lynn Archer, Judy Burger, Janet Corbett, Janice Dunlop, Hindmarsh, Marilyn Meyers, Leslie Mollin, Betsy Reed, Marilyn Shira and Robin Yanko, DURING the CREST. WOOD football banquet special awards went to THE CHRISTMAS play at RITTMAN starred Byron Nelson, Gail Taylor, Marianne Frase, Terry Bell and Butch Keith Hockman is president of the MOGADORE band, aided by Jerry Parker, veep; Stephane Sommers, money manager, and Janet Sommerville, scribe. students placing in the upper five per cent on the Ohio General Scholarship test were Jim Beebe, Joe Tull, Mike Westfall, Sue Merrill, Alan Green, Byron Nelson and John R. Steele. Juniors at GLENWOOD elected Vinton Ludwig, prexy; Chris Jones, veep; Michele Brooks, scribe, and Martha Williams, treasurer.

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