The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on March 25, 1965 · Page 9
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 9

Dover, Ohio
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
Page 9
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McBeth-McRobie Vows Solemnized Rev. Ralph Mysong was offici. •ant for the double ring ceremony March 13 in Uhrichsville Nazarene Church when Barbara Ann McBeth became the bride of Wayne McRobie. Barbara is a daughter of Mrs. '.Margie McBeth of RD 2, and 'Floyd McBeth of 1020 W. 1st K8t., Uhrichsville, and Wayne's ; parents are Mr, and Mrs. Al- ;bert McRobie of 525 E. High iSt, Uhrichsville. ' The altar was decorated with bouquets of yellow flowers and - Mrs. Nellie Pearch was organ- <lst. Her selections were 0 Perfect Love; 0 Promise Me; Love 'Sends A Little Gift of Roses; ^You'll Never Walk Alone, and • the traditional wedding marches. , Barbara, who was given In marriage by her father, was attired in a street-length gown of Chantilly lace accented with ,eeed pearls and sequins at the I neckline and on the bodice. A princess crown of seed ; pearls held her veil of silk illu sion and her only Jewelry was a pearl necklace. She carried a bouquet of pale yellow flow- irs. Serving as maid of honor was Hiss Karen Freed, who wore a >lue velvet dress and carried a bouquet of white and blue flowers. Mike Mathews of New Philadelphia was best man and ushers were Roger McRobie, brother of the bridegroom, and Larry Hoopingarner. A reception was held In the home of the bridegroom's parents, where a white and blue color scheme was used. Mrs. Albert McRobie, Miss Pat McRobie and Mrs. Lewis Maurer presided. The couple is residing in 303 Zella St., Starlight Trailer Court, New Philadelphia, and will tour Canada in August. Barbara was graduated by Uhrichsville High in 1964 and her husband was graduated by the same school in 1963. He is employed by Warner and Swasey Co. in New Philadelphia. Married 50 Years CHURCH =0 CORNER Mr. And Mrs. George Beans Celebrate 40th Anniversary Mr onrf KXra fiantvra V Dol_U._J tr ..... . Mr. and Mrs. George E. ; Beans of 353 5th St. NW, New Philadelphia, were honored recently at a ; Helmkamp's dinner party in Restaurant. The ;einhard Krause introduced lie couple to the congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Beans were married March 23 in New party was held in. observance , of the couple's 40th wdeding 1 anniversary. . Preceding the dinner, the ' couple's 4 children and 21 grandchildren attended church .services in St. John's United Church of Christ, where Rev. I Member Joins .Pythian Sisters ; Mrs. Richard McCombs was : initiated as a member of the '.Pythian Sisters when it met 'last night in Dover K of P Hall with Mrs. Enroll Emig, : most excellent chief, presiding. Mrs. Dewey Grafe and Mrs. ! James Graef, leaders of the degree staff, and Mrs. Juanita , McKee, Mrs. Russell Erwin Miss Elvira Haug, Mrs. Tom JConners, Mrs. Robert Peter ! and Mrs. James Smith conducted the initiation. r The committee comprised Mrs. Glenn Goodrich, Mrs i Charles Espenschied and Mrs •Emig. ' Mrs. James Smith won a special prize and a door prize ;Was won by Mrs. Russell Er ;Win. The committee appointed • for the next meeting is Mrs f.Conners, Mrs. Smith and Mrs "Earl Diefenbaugh. |1 ^VM^^H^^VM—^^BIH^MHMM V Belling Planned ' Friends and relatives are in »Vited to a belling Saturday a ^8:30 in Union Grange Hall »honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joh -Welling of New Philadelphia * Before their recent marriag 'Mrs. Welling was Cora Mutti hiladelphia First Methodist Church parsonage by the late Rev. Secrest. The afternoon was spent In he Beans' residence and a buf- et supper was served from a able centered with a 2-tier wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bride-, jroom. A gift corsage of ruby chrysanthemums was presented to Mrs. Beans by her grandchildren. Thursday SMth MtrivlM Women's Fellowship - 7:30 p.m. in Fel lowship Hall. Mrs. Eldon Lahmers, Mrs. Alex Sica and Mrs. Joseph Webb, hostesses. Saturday New Philadelphia First Baptist Golden Circle Class - 6 p.m. in church lounge. Annual banquet, members and guests Nora Adams Mrs. Robert Enck of 1316 Cross St. was assisted by Mrs. William Seller when she entertained 8 members,of the Nora Adams Group of First Moravian Church at Tuesday night's meeting. Mrs. Glen Furbay presented the Bible study on Psalms of repentance and confession. Mrs. Nellie Bair, chairman, conducted the business, session and it was announced that the Nora Adams and Violet Befus Groups will be hostesses for the April 22 Fellowship meeting. Refreshments were served. The next regular meeting will be April 27. Joycees And Wives Hear Keiko Sose Dover .Taycee Wives wefe lostesses for a meeting of the aycees and non-member wives at a meeting in Dover Library auditorium when Keiko Sase, Mrs. Harold children, Keith Schneider and and David, of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Casteel (Lenzo photo) Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Casteel of RD 1, West Lafayette, are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary today. Mrs. Casteel, daughter of the ate Harlan and Jane Baker of 'lainfield and her husband, son f the late Edison and Emma asteel of Guernsey, were married March 25, 1915 in Cohocton. They have resided in New- G alendar Thursday Guest Speaker Tells Of Hobby Harry Weaver of Mt. Eaton displayed part of his collection of 12,000 pencils at yesterday afternoon's session of the Tuscarawas County Senior Citizens held in Dover Memorial Hall. Weaver, whose goal is 20,000 pencils, has many autographed by well-known persons. He also directs gospel sings and spoke briefly of this hobby. At a recent meeting of the group Mrs. Henry Bernhart spoke of her trip to South America where she spent Christmas with her daughter and son-in- law and her visit with former Doverites when she stopped in Florida enroute home. Rev. Paul Ebert, director, was in charge of the meeting and Mrs. Mina Leggett led the prayer, pledge and anthem. The afternoon meeting was concluded with singing and table games. During a morning session Mrs. Niles Urier taught flower making and members did quilting. College Club — 6:30 p.m. in New Philadelphia First Methodist Church. Richard K. Jones of Wooster will present a program of music. Scholarship recognition. Bethesda Rebekah Lodge — 7:30 p.m. in New Philadelphia IOOF Hall. Mrs. Earl Curtis chairman. Home products wil be distributed. Friday MM Club - 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ernest Wilson of 306 E 3rd St. Dover-New Philadelphia Fin Arts Club — 7:30 p.m. in Helm kamp's Restaurant. Bridge Scores With Wednesday tables in play a night duplicate ii Reeves Motor Inn, high scor ers were: North-South — Mrs. Edwarc Stingel and Mrs. Arthur Earle 90%; Mrs. Wilmer Shroyer an Mrs. Kenneth Gasser, 80%, an Mrs. H. B. Smith and Mrs. Tom Adams, 74. East-West — Mrs. Lesli Thomas and Mrs. Harvey Con nell, 83%; Harry Baker an Robert Gerstacker, 68%, an Mrs. Carl Geib and Mrs. Die Wilhelm, 67. comerstown and vicinity most of their married life and Mr. Casteel is a retired employe of Goshen Brick and Clay Co. They have a son, Virgil of RD 1, West Lafayette; a granddaughter, Mrs. Doyle (Shirley) Galbraith, and a great granddaughter, Kimberly Galbraith of Peopli. Open house was held recently in the home of their son. Clarion, Pa., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolitho of Uhrichsville and Mr. and Mrs, Roy Glazier of Gnadenhutten. CCL Federation Plans Workshops Mrs. Richard Lehotsky of North Jackson, district presi dent, will install the officers when the Tuscarawas County Federation of Child Conservation League meets Tuesday. The session will begin with registration at 7:30 in Dover Grace Lutheran Church and the program is slated for 8. The workshops will be open to CCL member and non-mem ber groups. Page 9, The Daily Reporter, Dotet, Ohto Ttorfay, Mat. 25, IMS Club Notes I Lady Elks St. Patrick's Day appoint- when 40 ments were used members attended a meeting of the Lady Elks Club. A centerpiece of green carnations and fern was awarded Mrs. Kenneth Shawver. The committee in charge was headed by Mrs. Ed Aberth. A prize in auction was won by Mrs. Herman Bahler, con^ tract, Mrs. Joe Hurst, and 500, Mrs. Nick Cua. The committee for the Apri: 7 meeting al 1 comprises Mrs Paul Rogers, chairman, Mrs James Burgess, Mrs. Clinton Hootsel, Mrs. Sam Bond, Mrs Marie Neff, Mrs. Hubert Hawk and Mrs. William Haakinson. guest speaker, told of custom* observed in her native Japan. Keiko, an exchange student, at- ends New Philadelphia High. Bill Barkett, Jaycee presi* dent, and Mrs. Roger Dorer, Jaycee Wives vice president, presided and the latter an* lounced that the Wives will have a book sale April 29- May 1 in a Miracle Lane Plaza store and anyone having books to contribute may call Mrs. James Domer (3-6663). Richard Thalin, state chairman, will be guest speaker at Lhe April 21 meeting in the home of Mrs. Richard Gordon of Strasburg. An arrangement of yellow daffodils and red tulips centered the buffet table when refreshments were served by Mrs. Don Ulrich, Mrs. Larry Gra« ham, Mrs. Dorer and Mrs. Robert Baker. Read Dr. Crane Couple Honored By Children Jaffa's has more new spring styles in A surprise party was given ecently in the home of Mrs. :iara Deetz of Ragersvllle to onor Mr. and Mrs. Ralph )eetz of there who were observ- ng their 25th wedding anniyer- ary. Mr. Deetz is the principal f Ragersville Grade School, he couple was married March . 1940. Refreshments were served rom a table centered with a pink 3-tier wedding cake. Pink apers and a pink and silver [lower arrangement completed the appointments. A silver money tree and a gift from Dr. and Mrs. Clayton Deetz of San Bernadion, Calif., were among the gifts received by the couple from 40 relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Koran (Kay) Zehnder of Columbus, Don Deetz of Ohio Northern University and Dan Deetz of the home, children of the couple were hosts. j%> ,w£w£.SwwK'«w ISpor Exercise Trims Abdomen A Lovelier You By MARY SUE MILLER Pull in your stomach and hold it in that's the best advice there is for both the prevention and cure of a paunchy abdomen. It goes for the young and the mature, the male and the female. But, be warned, the routine is not as easy as it sounds. You have to concentrate on the action until it becomes a habit. Once the habit is formed, the muscles build a steely wall that restricts flesh and sag. There are limits, however, to the strength of the abdominal wall. It cannot be expected to withstand the pressure of large amounts of excess flesh. The overage must be reduced or the wall may buckle. The following spot exercises trim excesses and also firm up the muscles: 1. Lie on back with legs to- gether and raised perpendicular to floor. P-u-1-1 in abdomen. Very slowly lower both legs until back begins to arch. Then immediately return legs to upright position. Repeat three times without stopping. Work up to ten repeats at your own speed. 2. On back, stretch tall; firm spine to floor and contract ab- SEE WHAT BOND'S HAVE FOR YOU! A Natural Bridge Shoo PRESENTS RICKSHA THE TALENTED T-STRAP The fashion scene-stealer for Spring. It's young, well-heeled, with a Tease of a strap and colors galore to choose from. She'II head the Easter Parade in a Kiss-me-Kate fashion by KATE GREENAWAY She'll be contented as a kitten in her new Kate Greenaway fashion from Jaffe's. All come in luscious Easter Egg colors in plaids, solids and combinations that always look fresh and crisp. Only at Jaffe's will you find so many different colors and fabrics in Kate Greenaway fashions. Sizes to fit every little girl. Toddler sizes, ' 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 $7.99 to $12.99 * * k * n * a m * it I dominal muscles. Press palms of hands across center abdomen, so that middle fingers touch, and rest elbows on floor. Now breathe deeply for ten slow counts, keeping abdominal muscles taut and absolutely still. Make the effort, it need be. Your figure will look younger if you're mature, and less babyish if you're young. MIDRIFF SUMMERS To solve the riddle of extra inches around your middle, send today for my leaflet, mid- SLIMMERS. It contains quick, riff slimmers. It contains quick slimming diaphragm, waist and abdomen. Write Mary Sue Miller in care of this newspaper, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope and 5 cents in coin to cover handling. COATS For the younger set Make this a colorful yoar for your young lady with a new spring coat from Jaffa's. You won't find a bigger selection any* where. Textured and plain . . . pastels and plaids ... all in siies 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. Purse-pleasing prices, too — $14.99 to $22.99. Q. How can I add new life to some of my costume jewelry? A. Try soaking it for an hour or so in hot water and ammonia (half and half). Dry well — and then be amazed over the renewed sparkle- in your jewelry. OWN MONDAYS * HUOAYS Til t P.M. t * : i COME IN TODAY,.,SEE THESE AND MANY OTHER "SPRING FRESH 11 FASHION RIGHT SHOE STYLES! PQWMTQWM <HQ*-A-IQT BAKE SALE Spontortd ly TWIG 8 Saturday, March 271 at Oovtr Pharmacy featuring, homo made bread a • d other Everything for ^P Infants and Toddlers The wee tykes in your family will look their best in a new Easter outfit from Jaffe's. Fashions for both boys and girls. Infants and toddlers sizes 1 to 4. Prices for complete outfit* range from $8.99 to $12.99. I OPEN DAILY 9:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M. t ! (Including Wednesday) ] THUR5. 4 SAT. 9:30 A.M,-9:00 P.M. I New Philadelphia

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