The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 20, 1957 · Page 10
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 10

Dover, Ohio
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Friday, December 20, 1957
Page 10
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. Btwf Mrs. William Hftks en* Bd pencil candles. 3Nt tedfet lebte «&* covered white cloth with ft rt overlay. Candles were m thfc t&fttfec and the small Which Were glv- were also arranged ~ * Quell 1 speaker for the evening '4ftt the ft4v; Leslie Pr'ltehard, pas" tfi* of (the First Presbyterian Church' of New Philadelphia, who *tfant Jan appropriate Christmas ',<'*! Aft iflSptessive candlelight scrv- •" lw; : ddrihg which Christmas carols * *ete sung by the entire group, con•- auded the program. .• • *Thi' business session was con- liy the. club president, Mrs. T W, Sbmers, and the group »-''wfed tto give $5 to the Salvation I0f fatff ted SO Y em A§ Philathea Bibk Class Marks Anniversary basket fund, P Members of the club exchanged social period and ad- in January at Mrs. Aft «B««av* "WRlte ehrlstmtn" rhotil W»H tarried m in decora- tloni t»ft the tables. White roses „. teitw&d, following <t lift exchange, Mr, Crass shewed film* en bird lite. Gay holiday corsages of holly marked the places at the dinner table when members of the Tri Arts Club held a Christmas party «lt'Hotel Reeves. The dinner tables were prettily decorated in keeping with Yuletldo season. The corsages were gifts from th* club's president, Mrs. Oran Turner, 467 Park Ave. NW, New Philadelphia to whose home the club members went following dinner, Elaborate Christmas decorations throughout the Turner home formed an approorlate setting for the program which followed a short business session. Following , group singing of carols, Mrs. Fred 1 Krebs presented "Christmas Is What You Make It," by William Iversen, and "Christmas Meditation," by J. H. Jowett, Gifts were exchanged. The next meeting will be Jan. 15 at the home of Miss Helen Kaser, 131 9th St. NE, New Philadelphia. iporaker's home on Race *'/H6tel''Jteev«s was the scene of '-Vita ODoVfcr - New Philadelphia Fine Arti Study Club's annual Christmas dfoirit: Holiday Luncheon Held By Groups /A joint Christmas luncheon was teld yesterday by the Margaret ' Jones Oroup and the Ethel Aldersley Group of the First Moravian 1 Church. ' _ Luncheon tables, arranged in the 1 social hall of the church, featured lighted tapers, holly and Christinas figurines. The pastor's wife, Mrs. Roy Grams, was the guest of honor at the event and was presented a gift tiy members of the two groups, who also exchanged gifts. During the program, Mrs. John Gray Sr. read the Christmas story from ,the Bible and Mrs. Glen Furbay read the missionary lesson. Arrangements for the luncheon were in charge of Mrs. Lloyd Beeves, leader 'of the Margaret Jones Group, and Mrs. Robert Hammond, leader of the Ethel Aldersley Group. o o • o o o Christmas Story Hour Scheduled The last Story Hour before Christmas at the Dover Public Library will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock for all boys and girls 4 to 8. Three films will be shown, and two Christmas stories •will be read. Margaret Wise Brown's "Christmas In The Barn," the story Of Nativity told lovingly and simply Members of the G. and C. Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Fred McAbler, 125 Beaver Ave., New Philadelphia, and played Canasta, Prizes were wdn by Mrs. Roger Wlgfield, Mrs. Fred Me- Abler and Miss Dorothy Muchlen. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. James Metcnlf, Miller Ave. NW, New Philadelphia, o o o o o Dover Dandy/ions Hove Christmas Dinner Meeting The Dandylions, Auxiliary to the Dover Lions' Club, hold a Christmas dinner party last evening in the social hall of the Second Moravian Church of Dover. Tables were colorfully decorated with seasonal appointments. Miss Nancy Moore played a flute solo, Ave Marie, to open the after dinner program and this was followed singing of carols. Mrs. Robert Wassem accompanied Miss Moore and was also pianist for the carol sing. Hostesses for the session were Mrs. Ralph Ervin, Mrs. Walter Brown and Mrs. George Wills Jr. were exchanged by members and Mrs. Mario Corsi was presented the door prize. Serving on the hostess committee for the February meeting will be Mrs, Lester Cohen, Mrs. Corsl and Mrs. Ray Harmon, o o o o o Andrew Watson Feted On Birthday A birthday dinner was served recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Watson, 6th Dr. NW, Earl Bcitzel of New Philadelphia, i chrysanthemums, the class flow current president of the class, and the charter members present were Introduced by n present class Clinton Mnrburgcr, Four charter members of the Philathea Bible Class of St. John's Church attended the BOth anniversary celebration last evening, They are: Miss Clara Krcbs (left), Mrs. Guy Ford, both of Dbvcr, Mrs. Anna Kennedy of New Philadelphia and Mrs. Frank Gruncnwald of MJHersbur*. , . . (Photo by Ralph McKee) In observance of tho 50lh anniversary of the organization of the Philathea Bible Class of St. John's E. & H. Church, 81 members nnd guests gathered In the church social hall Inst evening for an anniversary dinner meeting. The event began with a covered dish dinner, which was served at tables beautifully decorated with Christmas appointments and individual favors. Mrs. John Schnltzer, Mrs. Edwin Maurer and their committee were in charge of decorations. Invocation was given by Mrs, teacher, Mrs. of Dover. The four charter members present were Miss Clara Krebs of Dover, who read an interesting history of the class, Mrs. Guy Ford of Dover, Mrs. Anna Kennedy of New Philadelphia and Mrs, Augusta Grucnwald of Mlllersburg, who gave a brief talk. These charter members were presented with corsages of yellow Social Schedule Today tanrl Bensofl GfOtjp Of first lortflin Church — 8 p.m. with rtrs. Waiter Brewer of 1109 B. front St. Take a 50-cent gift exchange. VFW Auxiliary, MOLB and Post —7 p.m. annual Christmas party for children in yPW Hall. E.U.B. Church members — 7;30 ).m. Christmas program and par- y at the church. Take cookies, :rult and candy. Tusco Wlnsum Content Club— 7:30 p.m. at YMCA here. Christmas gifts will be exchanged. May Division—fl:50 p.m. covered dish dinner party for members and families in the social hall of Grace Lutheran Church. Guests are welcome. Night Hawk Club — 6:30 p.m. dinner at the Homestead Restaurant. M & M Club—7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Edwin Maurer of 1520 Chest- Dorothy Triplet? Weds Charles S. Rine Married Sunday afternoon 1ft the length dness with which she tisej] ftewedmefstown Nsmen* Church White accessories. She wo«s a tm«a were Miss Dorothy Irene Triplett,. white hat and the thinestonenecx- .daughter «f Mr, and Mrs, Lewis lace which was a gift from the Triplett of Port Washington, and bridegroom. Her corsage wftl 1 Charles E. Sine, son of Mrs.' of white carnations. Charles Rine and the late Mr. Rlne Mrs. Triplett wore a navy blu« of tthriehsvllle. dress with white accessories and a The Rev. Clare St. John perform-; white carnation corsage, ed the double ring marriage cere- 1 Following the ceremony, a re- mohy at two o'clock. Attendants ception was held at the home Of were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trip- the bride's parents for members of lett of Newcomerstown, brother the immediate families The and sister-in-law of the bride. For her marriage, the bride was attired in a royal blue, street- Music Enter 'Jazz Age 9 By DOROTHY ROE AP Women's Editor Maybe you hadn't realized it, nut St, Take a 50 change, cent gift ex- but in 1958 we are entering the pie will reside at 1024 N. Main St., Uhrichsville. A 1957 graduate of Fort Washington High, the bride has been employed as a waitress at the Coffee Cup Restaurant in Newcomerstown. Mr. Rine was graduated in 1955 by Uhrichsville High and is employed at the Evans Sewer Pipe Co. o o o o Linen Shower Held For Recent Bride At Hadorn Home Mrs. Robert Brown, the former Saturday John's E. & R. Children's Division — 12:45 p.m. Christmas program rehearsal at the church. St. 00 O Christmastime is a season when friends have an opportunity to renew acquaintances or greet relatives whom they rarely see. Whether you are planning to spend Christmas away from home or entertaining in your own place, why not let us know for our traditional "Here and There" pages which appear in-The Dally Reporter's annual Christmas edition. As soon as your plans are definite call 4-?400 anytime after 10:00 a.m. These holiday personals are published gratis, It just takes a minute of; your time. Saturday noon is the deadline. in rhythmic prosfe and glowing pictures, and "How The Grlnch Stole Christmas," a fantasy by Dr. Seuss in verse with illustrations, will be ,read by Miss Charlotte A. Takas. The -films are "The Night Before Christmas," a film based on the favorite Christmas poem of children all over America for, 100 years; "Sflent Night," the historical story of one of our best loved Christmas carols and "The Littlest AtigeV 8 story for people who Jove Christmas. ' 'All children are cordially inviV New Philadelphia, in celebration ol Mr. Watson's 78th birthday anniversary. He was presented with a watch by his children. The Watsons celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last year. Mr. Watson recently retiree from his work at the Hardesty Chemical Co. here. Those attending the dinner were Mrs. Blanche Wetzel and daugh ter, Honey; Mr, and Mrs. Rober' D. Watson and daughters, Cindy and Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. Russel Watson and son, Larry, and Jim my Shear, great-grandson of the Andrew Watsons, DOVER if Pry Cleaning Mineral City Legion Gives Family Party By MRS. HELEN WEAVER Telephone 9-2083 MINERAL CITY — The Tuxis Class of St. Paul's E. & R. Church will -meet at tho church Saturday t 7:30 p.m. to go Christmas carol- ng. The American Legion held, a 'amily Christmas party Wednesday night. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed after which Santa gave gifts and treats to the children. A gift exchange was held and Mrs. Earl Jadwln and Mrs Rose Stevens were contest prize winners. The Sunflower Class of St. Paul's E. & R, Church met recently and elected officers as follows: president, Bruce Weaver; vice president, Tommy Mathcy; secretary, Eddie Roblson; assistant secretary, Marie Haney; treasurer, Gary Sacco: assistant treasurer, Frank Zurfley. Devotions were led by Frank! Zurfley and Bruce Weaver and Tommy Mathey read an article on "Why We Celebrate Christmas." A gift exchange was held after which refreshments were served. The Helping Hand Club' held a Christmas party Wednesday night at the home of their newly-elected president, Mrs. Clarence Hammcl. Other • officers are vice president, Mrs. Earl Wiesen; secretary and treasurer, Mrs, Mesh Lewis. Treats and gifts were distributed by Santa and an exchange was held. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Alexander Lindsay and Mrs. Lewis. Christmas baskets were prepared for five needy families. Refreshments were served by the hostess. er, and corsages were also give to the two eldest; members of the, class, Mrs, Clarn Stuhlmlller and Mrs. Kathorine Vogt. Letters were read from Mrs. Henry Keiser Sr. of Lincoln Park, Mich., and Mrs. Paul Bomberger of Sturgls, Mich., other charter members, and Julia Uebel Miller of Florida, a former class teacher. Comments on the activities and the philanthropic projects the class has undertaken through the years were made by Mrs. Glen Gordon, a current class teacher, and the Rev. Reinhard Krause, pastor of the church. After a reading was given by Mrs. Fred Alpeter, the group sang a song composed by a former pastor, the Rev. Theodore Schlundt. Gifts were^ presented to the teachers, Mrs. Marburger and Mrs. Gordon; the church office personnel, custodians and the Krause family. After a Christmas gift exchange, Mrs. Jerome Jurgens and Miss Barbara Hanenkrat played several piano solos and readings were given by Mrs. John Schnltzer and Mrs. Alpeter. The group sang a number of Christmas hymns and Mrs. Arthur Hanenkrat offered prayer. To con elude the program, Miss Maxine Schnltzer presented a reading entitled "Christmas Lights." second Jazz Age. in -which fash- Marilyn Hadorn, was, the guest of ions in music as well as In clothes f honor when a linen shower was hark back to the pattern of 30 i given recently by Wilhelmina Toth ' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadorn Sr., RD 3, Dover. - . Prizes at contests went to Mrs. years ago There is a difference, however, Martha Circle Has Christmas Session Sixteen members of the Martha Urcle of the Methodist Church gathered in the church social hall yesterday for a dessert luncheon meeting. Mrs. L. R. Given of Mfll- ersburg and Mrs. W. F. Nash of Dover were additional guests. Tables were appropriately decorated in keeping with the season and featured pine and red tapers. After a carol sing, Mrs. L. T. Cheney presented devotions and read a Christmas story, "The Rugged Cloak." Mrs. .Richard Turner gave the closing Christmas prayer. from the original F. Scott Fitzgerald era. Today's Jazz Age has got culture. Both clothes and music have at t a i n e d a certain subtlety missing iri the flapper age. The authority for these statements is Sylva'n Taplinger, an advertising man wfio has spent, six years doing research on popular trends in jazz and is a prime mover in an hourlong all-star jazz show on television the evening of 'Dec. 30. Those who may not have studied closely the changing eras in jazz could find Taplinger's explanations instructive. Says he: "The jazz of the 1920s was Dixieland jazz, which started in New Orleans and worked its way north, undergoing certain changes when it hit Chicago. Dixieland"jazz bands usually were small, with Alvin Moser, Thomas, Mrs. Miss Mary Ann Rudy Marburger During a social period gifts were trombone, clarinet, trumpet, piano and drum's. "Next came the era of swing, in the 1930s and on up until World War II. This was a dressed-up dance jazz, with big dance bands, sometimes up to 40 pieces—more of exchanged, Hostesses for yesterday's holiday meeting were Mrs. F. S. Cappel, Mrs. John Tennant and Mrs. Howard Smith. DANCE SCHEDULED rnetyle in jazz is pro- The Modern Western Square gressive jazz, in which musicians Dance Club will have a Christ-: may start with a classical selec- mas dance tomorrow evening at tion of Beethoven or Chopin and 8:30. o'clock in the New Pliiladel-jdo variations on the theme. The phia K. of P. Hall. Callers will be progressive musicians almost Roy Benedum and Linn Mizer and ; compose as they go along. There the guest caller will be John Ell- j are changes of theme and tempo, wood, New Philadelphia. The pub- It is a subtler kind of music- lie is invited. with an offbeat beat." and Mrs. Clarence Hadorn. They gave them to the recent bride. Other guests were: Mrs. Clinton Marburger, Mrs. Robert Moore, Mrs. Ted Piper and daughter, Bonnie, Mrs. Elwood Rufener, Mrs. Christ Hadorn, Mrs. Don Wallick and Mrs. Carl Moser of Dover; Mrs. Joe Brown and daughter, Carol, and Mrs. John Toth, Mrs. Jerry Campbell, Mrs. Joe Edwards, Mrs. Kenneth SJemple and Anne Alexander of New Philadelphia, Mrs. Burton Renner of Orrville, Mrs. Walter Tarbox of Cuyahoga Falls. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. John Toth, Mrs. Jop Brown and Mrs. Clarence Hadorn when lunch was served. o oo o o Price-Tonkin Nuptial Hour Set The marriage of Miss June Marie Price, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly F. Price of 717 Ackey St. NW,, New Philadelphia, to John B. Tonkin, son of Mrs. E. L. True of 921 Maple Ave. NW, New Philadelphia, and the late Warren H. Tonkin, will be solemnized tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock. The wedding will take place in the First Methodist Church, New Philadelphia, and open church will be observed. OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL CHRISTMAS! Mrs. George Myers of Tippecanoe, Mrs. Cliff Loveday and Donald Loveday spent Wednesday in Medina visiting Mrs. Myers' sister-in-law, Mrs. John Myers, who suffered a stroke on Nov. 1 nnd was a patient in the Medina Hospital. o o o Mr. and Mrs. Dean Button and son, Jimmy, of 740 N. Dawson St., Uhrichsville, have been vacationing in Florida. o o o o o Yule Session Held By Oldtown Group When Mrs. Clyde Robinson entertained members of the Oldtown Ladles Aid, her home was effectively decorated in keeping with the season. Twenty members answered roll call and guests were Mrs, Frank Roth and Mrs. Web Butler. The meeting was opened with the singing of Christmas carols. Mrs. Clifford Wertman conducted the business session and Mrs. Aubihl gave devotions. Mvs, Frank G. Fribley of New. Philadelphia, a charter member of the society, presented the story, "Journey into Christmas," by Bess Streeter Aldridge. A poom was read by Mrs. Wertman and a humorous reading was given by Mrs, Bernice Eichel. The society made $5 contributions to the Salvation Army and to CARE. as seen on TV Mrs. Earl Jadwin has returned home alter an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. George Hankinson, in New Lexington. . .Mrs. Rose Stevens of Cleveland is visiting Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Binder. \ Etiquette Q. While maklusr announcements a? a banquet, should the master of ceremonies rise or remain seat**? A. If he wishes' to exhibit good Rolls may be heated by placing ; . breeding and courtesy, he will rise them in a preheated moderate oven for about 10 minutes. for any announcement, no matter how short it may *be. 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