The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on August 29, 1959 · Page 6
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Sandusky, Ohio
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Saturday, August 29, 1959
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SANDUSKY fttftlSTIft —Register plioto b.v Ewell, Milan MRS. ROBERT DEAN HARRIS (Joyce Kathryn Miller) • • * * » * * In Edison Church Today ' Joyce Kathryn Miller Is Bride Of Robert D. Harris Milan . . . Edison Memorial Church, was the set- \ing this afternoon when Joyce Kathryn Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, 45 Vz Front-st, Milan, became the bride of Robert Dean Harris. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Doretta Harris, 422 Dewey-st and Dean Harris, rural Sandusky. Baskets of white glacis beautified the altar as the Rev. Alva Eugene Harris of Norwalk was aylor received the couple's vows;best man for his brother. Usher- in v. 2 p.m. double ring ceremony Mrs. Alva Taylor played wedding music at the organ. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white ballerina gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. The sweetheart bodice was styled with long tapered .sleeves, and a Queen Anne collar, starred with iridescent sequins and pearls. The bouffant :.kirt featured a scalloped lace hemline, and at the back, ruffled liers of hand-clipped Chantilly lace and a lace butterfly bustle bow lent a pretty accent. The bridal veil of imported silk illusion drifted from a lace cap (•mbroidered with iridescents and pearls. White carnations blended with a shower of stephanotis and ivy formed her bouquet, and as u jewel accessory, she wore the groom's gift of a pearl choker. LEONORA MILLER attended her sister as maid of honor. She wore a ballerina length frock of opera blue silk taffeta. A scoop neckline, short sleeves, and pleated cummerbund were styling details of the fitted bodice. The full circular skirt was pleated. To complement her costume, she wore a matching silk braid hat trimmed with ilorettes and rhinestones. She mg guests were Ned Jeffery, of Huron, and Stanley Matchett, of Columbus, a fraternity brother of the groom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Miller selected a light blue linen dress with navy blue accessories, and a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Harris was gowned in a blue dncron paisley print with navy accesories. Her corsage was of yellow carnations. Mrs. Emil Meyer of Monroeville, and Mrs. Cora Harris, of rural Sandusky, grandmothers of the groom, highlighted their ensembles with white carnations. About 200 guests will attend the reception at the Erie-co Conservation League from 4 to 8 o'clock. A four-tiered .wedding cake centers the bride's table. Presiding as hostesses are Mrs. Ned Jeffery, Mrs. Eugene Harris, Mrs. Richard Smith, Mrs. Leon Yun, Kay Russ and Betty Amsel. The bride is a graduate of Milan High school, and has been a typist with Periodical Publishers Service Bureau. Her "husband, also a Milan High school graduate, is a senior at Ohio State University, where his fraternity is Alpha Gamma Sigma. The couple will reside in Colum carried a bouquet of yellow carna- 1 bus when they return from their lions."' I wedding trip. _____ ABBY VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: My problem is my wife and her dog. We've been married 14 months. I'm a simple, hard-working buy of 28 and she is 22. T bought her a pup because she always wanted one and her parents wouldn't let her have one. Well, she doesn't know the first thing about training n dog or taking care of it. That dog hasn't had a bath since we've had him and he smells like nobody's business. He has the run of the apartment and you can imagine what the place looks like. I work odd hours and can't train the dog myself. She even forgets to feed him. I can't reason with my wife. She cries when I mention giving it away. Can you help me? DESPERATE DEAR DESPERATE: A dog! who hasn't had a bath in over a year must be even more desperate than you. If your childish bride wants to keep the dog, insist that she learn to care for him —and see to it that she docs. If she refuses to learn, or : s negligent — give the poor animal a break and find him a good home. * * * DEAR ABBY: My husband's! first wife passed away six years ago. She is buried in Kansas City, Mo., where his grown children live. He has a double marker on her grave. Also a plot right next to hers with his name already on the marker. All that's missing is the date of his death. This was done before I came into the picture so I'm not blaming anyone. But now I am his wife. I don't want him buried there. Who am I going to be buried by? SECOND WIFE DEAR SECOND: Yours is one of the difficult problems a woman faces when she marries a widower. These arrangements are obviously the result of a promise made long before you came into the picture. Don't attempt to change anything. Express the desire to be buried near your own parents, if possible. * * * DEAR ABBY: I am a 15-year- old girl and have started to get gray hair. What I am worried about js can worrying cause gray hair? What can I do about it? GRAY AT 15 DEAR GRAY: Worrying does not cause gray hair but it can cause other far more serious difficulties. Those who gray early in life usually inherit the tendency from their parents. You can take the problem to a good hairdresser—or you can leave it alone and enjoy that distinguished look. I recommend the latter. —Register Photo B.v Gainsborough MRS. ROBERT PAUL ORSHOSKl (Patricia Ann Schwanger) * * * * * * Robert Orshoskis Go To Florida On Wedding Trip Earle C. Macks Honeymoon In Florida Following Vows Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Earle ('.. Mack, now on a honeymoon sojourn to Florida, will reside in Norwalk on their return. The couples vows were solemnized in an August 22 ceremony in fit. Paul's Catholic Church, Norwalk, with the Rev. Reichert officiating at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Mack, the former Mary Louise Friend, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Friend, Norwalk, and her husband is the son of Mr. and k Mrs. William E. Mack, 70 E. \ Seminary, Norwalk. Wedding music was presented by the adult choir. Beauty baskels of white glads and mums adorned the altar Escorted and given in marriage by her father, the bride was : gowned in a white wedding dress, & designed by Edythe Vincent, of f imported rosepoint lace and nylon lulle over satin. The molded basque waist was styled with long L cleeves and a Sabrina neckline * irosted in iridescent sequins and pearls. A scalloped lace ed<?.e ;.lso trimmed in sequins, highlighted the all-lace tunic overskirt. ""he cascade of pleated ruffles ar the back of the bouffant .skin i ulmina'.t'd in a cathedral train. Her Juliet cap of rosepoint lace- was ed^ed in pearls and re-em- l<roi'!ere:i with sequins,, and held I he bridal veil of pure silk Hn«- lish illuv'on, made in fingertip length. Her bouquet was a cascade etna-red with a white orchid and accented with brocaded rib l>on and ivy strands. She carried CONFIDENTIAL TO HEARTSICK MOM: Tell your daughter you read her diary and give her a chance to account for her be- ihavior. Keeping qujet eliminates all possibilities of helping her, and this girl certainly needs help. ¥ * * What's your problem? For a personal reply write to ABBY, care of this paper. Enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. carrying a miniature bouquet like the bride's centered with a tiny orchid. Best man was Robert Mack, the groom's brother. George Friend, and Tom Friend were ushers in their sister's wedding, ^ [along with Danny Mack and Jim ! 'Mack, brothers of the groom. , j Mrs. Friend selected a dress of J| blue silk crepe and lace, with white accessories. Mrs. Mack was attired in a blue flowered nylon, with white accessories. Both mothers wore pink carnations. The bride's grandmother, Mrs. Isadore Steffani, accented her summer cotton frock with a white carnation corsage. A dinner at the Norwalk Elks Country Club was served to the immediate families and wedding party, Later, the reception for "5 ; 200 guests was held from 6 to[ 11:30 at the club, where the' bride's table was centered with a| five-tiered wedding cake, trimmed' | |with wedding bells lined in tur -j • quoise. White swans floated in' turquoise water scenes on the re- 1 freshment table. Other accents carried out the wedding motif of; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul Orshoski departed for a two weeks' honeymoon trip to Florida following their wedding and reception Saturday, Aug. 22. The bride is the former Patricia Ann Schwanger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Schwanger, E. Per- kins-av, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orshoski, Sr., Bay Bridge. The couple spoke their vows in St. Paul Lutheran Church, ^t 2 p.m., with the Rev. Carl J. Mtttei maier officiating. William Scheid was organist. Pews were decorated with large wedding rings trimmed with flowers, and vases of gladioli graced the altar for the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a ballerina length gown of white net over taffeta. A row of ruffled tulle bordered A the top of the molded bodice, and from the waist, a lace peplum fell'in points over the hipline, and was also edged in ruffled tulle. A match ing jacket with cap sleeves was complemented with lace elbow length gloves. A half hat of tulle, outlined with seed pearls and scattered sequins, held her fingertip veil of imported silk illusion. White glads and lilies of the valley tied with streamers composed her bouquet. Cultured pearl earrings, a gift of the groom, were the jewel accessory. Mrs. Rolland Orshoski, as matron of honor, wore a ballerina length dress of shrimp colored nylon chiffon over taffeta, fashioned with a wide waist band of satin and bodice of taffeta. Her headband was of satin, trimmed with a flat bow and brief veil, and she carried an arrangements of shrimp colored glads. Frank Orshoski Jr., was best man, and Rolland Orshoski ushered guests to their seats. Mrs. Schwanger selected a pink flowered nylon net over pink taffeta gown, with white accessories. Mrs. Orshoski was attired in a light green flowered nylon net gown over dark green taffeta, with white accessories. Both mothers highlighted their costumes with corsages of pink carnations and pink rosebuds. The couple's grandmothers accented their attire with corsages of white mums. IAB Club was the reception setting, from 7 to 11 p.m. The four tier wedding cake was topped with a bride and groom ornament, and tables were decorated with gladioli and fern. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Orshoski, Jr., and Mrs. Donald Gowitzka. The new Mrs. Orshoski is a 1956 graduate of Sandusky High school, and is with the Periodical Publishers Service Bureau. Her husband, a 1955 Margaretta High school graduate, is with the Firestone Store. The couple will reside in their newly furnished home on Thorpe- dr, Venice Heights, on their return. Old Pictures- Shown At Fox Reunipn Ne# offfcefs were elected at th6 3'5fh ^annual reunion of th& Fox family, held m Oxford Grange Hall irt Bloomingville. Walter Harkness was, named president, CliffoM • KjSng, .vice* president, arid Ethel Pfuntlce, secretary-treasure'tv Hazel hark­ ness will be chairman ( of the kitohen committee,, and Maude King, chairman of the table dommiitee. following a potluck dinner served at noon, the short business meeting was conducted by president Harold Meyer. A special feature of the day was a display of pictures of the Allen Fox family and the original log house built by Roger Fox, father of Allen Fox who came from ^Connecticut by covered wagon and settled in Perkins tp in 181.9. In addition there was a picture of the frame house which was built later. Both structures were located in what is now the Plum Brook Ordnance Works. Later in the day, ice cream and cake were served. It was decided to hold the 1960 reunion at the same place. Coming Events Fidelis Circle's first fall meeting will be a potluck supper Tuesday, Sept. 1, at the church at 6:30 p.m. Members of the former Ora et Labora Circle, also of Emmanuel Church, are invited to attend. s f £flg«0im«Ats, Weddings, Clubi, Church Group Activities, Hdfa# and Family Feature! Dorothy H. Athtr, Editor MA 5-5500 Women's Missionary Society of St. John's Lutheran Church, Groton-tp will meet Thursday, Sept. 3 at the church at 2 p.m. The topic, "The Christ-Possessed' Life Is a Continual Warfare," and the devotions will be given by Mrs. William Schlessman and Mrs. Jack Winslow. Mrs. Lawrence Miller will be hostess. Daily Reminder • SUNDAY YMCA Ladies Golf League Husbands day party, golf, and supper, at fi p.m. * * * Sandusky Sailing Club - morning race, 9:15 a.m. * * * Women of the Moose picnic, Oxford Grange Hall, 2 to 6. * ^ * Duplicate bridge session K of C Home, 8 p.m. MONDAY Eagles Auxiliary - officers meeting, clubrooms, 7:30 p.m. * * * Venice PTA - executive meeting, at school, 8 p.m. Music In The Churches Caren Colvin Engaged To Lynn Ebersole BELLEVUE - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Colvin, Clyde, have announced the engagement of their youngest daughter, Caren Sue, to Lynn Ebersole, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ebersole, Flat Rock. Miss Colvin is a graduate of Clyde High school and is employed in the office of Colvin's Rest Home. Her fiance attended Thompson High school and is an employe of the Scagnetti Construction Co., Bellevue. A fall wedding is planned. I Music in the churches for Sunday, August 30, includes the following listings: GRACE EPISCOPAL Chorale Prelude, "Lord Jesus Christ, Be Present Now" J. S. Bach "How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings" Samuel Liddle Geraldine Groscost Hughes, soprano Chorale Prelude, "If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee" . J. S. Bach William E. Didelius,' organist FIRST CONGREGATIONAL "Lento non troppo" ...Mendelssohn "Larghetto" Honig Carol Nlckerson Judson, organist Mrs. Geraldine Frantz Work, soloist FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "Andante" Dubois "Watchman! What of the Night?" Sarjeant Duet: Harry Bammer, Andrew Kraus "Offertoire" Dubois "Sortie" Dubois Harriet Hosmer Wild, organist FIRST BAPTIST "Largo" from the Grand Sonata, Op. 7 Beethoven "Andantino in A Flat" Edward MacDowell "Suffer the Little Children" Hausman Marlene Roberts, guest soloist Leah Thomas, organist SALEM EUB "Hold Thou My Hand" Curran Lynn Weigle, guest soloist Agnes Weir Stuckey, organist Edna M. Springstead, music director ZION LUTHERAN "Andantino" Darke "Contemplation" Kountz "Fantasia" Pachelbel "How Beautiful Are Thy Dwellings" Langc Laura Long, organist Vera Doughty Stout, soloist ST. PAUL LUTHERAN "Largo" (Xerxes) Handel "Air" from "Rinaldo" Handel "Fanfare" Dubois "I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked" O'Hara Mrs. Pearl Scheid. soloist \V. P. Scheid, organist FIRST REFORMED "Intermezzo" Slicppard "Softly and Tenderly Jesus Is Calling" Thompson!tulle. A sequin and pearl trim"W . Wa,W " ete ..%r,n ,ed sabrina neckline and long Harrv Bammer, Jr., guest soloist "March" Pet rati Mrs. Lawrence Schoewe, organist CALVARY EPISCOPAL "Hear Thou My Prayer" Bernard Hamblen June Bissell, soloist Melita L. Osborn, organist-director TRINITY METHODIST "Andante Cantabilc" from "Quartette in D Major" Tschalkowsky "Evening Star" Wagner "Serenade" Widor "The Pentinent" Van de Water Helen M. Klutey. organist Gilbert .Janes, guest soloist VENICE TRINITY LUTHERAN "Aria" Buxtvhude. "Forever" Spindler: I he ••^Ttora and Father" Handel !P^l necklace and earrings Esther Naegeie. soloist • formed the jewel accents. co"LWBui :AV UE UB V '' ilSOn ' orsanist ! Mrs. Sydney Hagdohl was ma- "Tersanctus" air. by i.orcnz tron of honor for her sister, "When We All Go to Heaven ' .... —Register Photo By W. Mound MRS. HENRY EDGAR SNYDER (Wylodene Barbara Miller) Wylodene Miller Repeats Vows With Henry Snyder Now on a northern honeymoon trip, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edgar Snyder will reside at Whites Landing, Route 1, Vickery, when they return. Mrs. Snyder, the former Wylodene Barbara Miller, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. How ard H. Miller, Vickery, and her husband is the son of Edgar F. Snyder, rural Vickery, and the late Mrs. Snyder. The couple were married Sat urday, Aug. 22, in Venice Trinity Lutheran Church, by the Rev. Herbert Wolber in a 7:30 double ring ceremony. White glads, huckleberry and carnations adorned the altar for the candlelight wedding, and music for the occasion was presented by Carol Downing, at the organ, accompanying Charles Downing, vocal soloist. Both are cousins of the bride. Escorted and given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length white wedding gown of Chantilly lace and tapering sleeves were details of the fitted bodice, which also featured tiny buttons down the back to the waistline. The skirt was fashioned of deep ruffles of tulle and lace over satin. Her veil of silk illusion was caught to a plateau hat edged in pearls and trimmed with sequins. She carried a white Bible on which was placed white orchids framed with rosebuds and streamers, bridegroom's gift of a Sacred Hymn Selections Guest male quartet from Oak Harbor j turquoise and white Dancing was •lie.-later Photo By Mihali. Norwalk • ( 0 (he music of Harrv Kline's MRS. EARLE C. MACK {Rhythm Makers. Hostesses were (Mary Louise Friend) |Mrs. John Nichols, Irene Hartwig. ' •Jane Yavvorsky, Meg Merrilees, )atc-au necklines that were Mrs -fed Steffanni. Mrs. Robert quared at the back. Puff bouf- Milck and Marilyn Heck. ! ant sleeves and full harem skirts! The new Mrs. Mack, a graduate .. white prayer bonk and wore scented with pleated cummer- of Townsend - Wakeman High ' 'mnds, were added details. They schooli is affiliated with Kappa! •omplemented their ensembles Hpsilon sororitv. She is with Nor- 1 vith matching slippers, white| walk Truck Lines, Inc. as COD Ier »s maid of honor, and brides- gloves, and pearl earrings. As c i erk , Her husband, who gradu -j matrons were Mrs. Georj-e added accessories, they wore; atef j f rom S t. Paul's Hiah school ,j •riend, Mrs Richard Carey, and.headdresses of white nylon velvet, • Norwalk, also graduated from Na-i ilr* John Kiser, the groom's sis- with white feather trim and fin- tional School of Electronics, Lo-| ter. They were gowned alike in ished with white circular veils. j ra j n> and served four years in; rocks made by the bride, her Cascades of while carnations com- t he U.S. Navv. He is a mechanic 1 mother, sister -in -law. Marilyn and ( P<«ed their bouquets. (with Norwalk Brake Service. I ;.lr$. Richard Carey. Fashioned! - Pamela Ann Friend, the bride's; Mr. and Mrs. Mack were host of turquoise dotted nylon, and,niece, was flcwer girl, wearing a and hostess, at the Friday evening' mod. to'tlb s^fin, they featured ^replica of the bridal gown, and j rehearsal party. .. i pearl earrings, presented by the bridegroom. Norma Friend attended her sis by'vwibon-wearing a ballerina gown of romance blue silk organza and lace with satin, styled with Em- ipire bodice, satin midriff and | fully gathered organza skirt. ; Satin bow and streamers accented the back of the gown. I Her hat in matching hue was of 'organza petals tipped with tiny pear-shaped beads, and finished jwith a blue veil. Kathleen Mil- I ler, of Vickery, and Sharon Downing, of Clyde, both cousins of the bride, were bridesmaids, wearing gowns and accessories like the honor attendant's All carried white Bibles covered with blue net to match their veils, and on them were placed arrangements of white glarnel- lias and delphinium. Donald Snyder of Moline. O., attended as best man, and serving as ushers were Leon Balduff, and the bride's brother, Glendon Miller, both of Vickery. Mrs. Miller was dressed in a gown of autumn blue silk organza with blue and black accessories. The groom's aunt. Mrs. Youngs, selected a black and white ensemble. Both ladies wore corsages of petal Dink carnations. Mrs. Edwin Downing, grandmother of the bride, ac cented her ice blue linen dress with white accessories and coral glamellias. A reception was held at Downing's from 8:30 to 11:30. A profusion of white bells and streamers decorated the setting, and centering the bride's table was a three - tiered square wedding cake trimmed in blue and white. Hostesses included Mrs. Lauren Wolfe, of Bellevue, godmother of the bride, Mrs. Kenneth Downing, of Castalia, and four of the bride's classmates, Mrs. Harold Schonhardt, Huron, Mrs. Thomas Schoen, Venice Heights, Gladys Ott, Sandusky, and Carol Downing, Castalia. Mary Snyder, of Toledo, circulated the guest book, and music for dancing was furnished by Hank Braumhart's orchestra. Mrs. Snyder, a 1956 graduate of Margaretta High school is employed at the A&P Co., Sandusky. Her husband is a 1954 graduate of Jackson-tp High school, Burgoon, where he played football for four -years, and was president of his class. He is employed by Hinde & Dauch Co. here. Lipstick stays on better and longer if allowed to set for a few minutes after it is applied. Then you may blot the excess gently with a tissue. FRUIT BASKETS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Maschari Bros. 1111 W. Washington St. MA 5-7981 Muff Pilulo ARTIST AND CRITICS—Mrs. Robert Swanbeck puis the finishing touches on a painting for the jesquicentennial art show in Huron High school, while her sons Robert, Jr., 4 (extreme left) and Mark, 2, look on. The picture of "Huron Fish Houses" will be seen in the display being shown today from I to 10 p.m. in the HHS student lounge. Mrs. Franklin Wilkes and Mrs. Richard Williamson are chairmen of the art show project which is sponsored by the Huron Child Study Club. Father C. J. Dobmeyer INVITES YOU TO A FALL SOCIAL ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH, BASC0M, 0. Between Tiffin and Fostoria on U. S. Rt. 18 SUNDAY, AUG. 30 SERVING STARTING AT 4:00 P. M. • • •

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