The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on November 6, 1964 · Page 8
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November 6, 1964

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 8

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H|t j, tte frfr M»rt«, Dtrir, OM» , Net. I, 1*4 Nuptials Read In Stone Creek , (h*Mti AH* fit* .imtrfVt..* >« J _ ||B|| _ a||| __ | _ ||M|||||| ___ B||||| _ |M| _ || _ |M £ ||M| _ ||H ^^ •^ Carol Am Ott, daughter of tMr. and Mrs. Wiitert J. Ott of RD t, New Philadelphia, be- lim« the bride of Merle Gustav Degen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Degen of RD •"!', Stone Creek, Sunday at 2:30 •'p.m. in the United Church of Christ at Stone Creek. " Rev. Clarence M. Higgins Jr. "was officiant for the double '^ring ceremony and the couple exchanged vows before an altar decorated with vases of "White mums and ivy. Two 7- branch candelabra and palms u " formed the chancel setting and "•Satin bows and Oregon buckle* •berry marked the pews. • Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor• length gown of silk bombazine fashioned with Dior lace • sleeves, which came to points • over her hands and a Sabrina neckline trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. Tiers of lace "caught to a bow accented the front of her skirt which swept •Into a chapel-length train of silk bombazine edged in Chantilly 'lace. A crown of sequins.and seed pearls held her 4-tler French illusion veil and she carried a cascade of white roses, stepha- •"notis and ivy centered with a "white cymbidium orchid on a white Bible, a gift from her ' mother. She also carried a White lace handkerchief, a gift from the bridegroom's mother, • M tnd wore a heart-shaped lock" et centered with a cultured 'pearl, a gift from the bridegroom. '-Sank Bechtte of Columbus "Was maid of honor for her -friend and bridesmaids were Janet Gabert of Kent, Pauline Haver of Newcomerstown and Nancy Albaugh of. New Phila- delphia, cousin of the bride. Denise Ott of Baltic, also a cousin of the bride, was flower girl. , They were attired in deep pink peau de soie sheath dress- ,es with floor-length overskirts, .rounded necklines and short .sleeves. Each carried a bou- ,quet of blue and white carna- ,tions with ivy. Their headpieces were Dior velvet bows holding short veils and they completed their ensembles with matching shoes, short white gloves and pearl cross necklaces, gifts from the bride. Serving as best man for his brother was Glenn H. Degen of RD 2, New Philadelphia. Ushers were Gerald Hothem of Fresno, a friend and Larry Stein of Baltic and David Borter of Sugarcreek, cousins of the bridegroom and bride respectively. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Ott chose a royal blue brocade sheath with blue and black accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue suit and white accessories. Each had a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. William Jackson of New Philadelphia was organist for the ceremony and chose as her selections Prelude and Fergue in G Major (Bach), Be Thou Near Me (Bach), 0 Perfect Love (Barnby), My Heart Ever Faithful (Bach) and Andante :.(Handel). £• Vocal soloist was Mrs. How- Sard Cunningham of RD 3, New ^Philadelphia, who sang 0 Prom- ;*ise Me, Because, I Love You -Truly and The Lord's Prayer Sf(Malotte). * SF Following the ceremony a re- |«eption was held in the church '»social hall where a 4-tier cake £ topped with a miniature bride *and bridegroom centered a ta- •;ble covered with a white linen :: cloth. At the base of the cake MRS. MERLE DEGEN was ivy and pink carnations. Double crystal candelabra held lighted tapers. Presiding were Mrs. James W. Albaugh of New Philadelphia, Mrs. William Borter of Sugarcreek and Mrs. Raymond Buehler of New Philadelphia, all aunts of the bride, Phyllis Peoples of New Philadelphia, Mrs. David Albaugh of Dennison, Judy Burrier of Port Washington and Mrs. Kenneth Buehler of Stone Creek, cousin of the bride. Helen Bott of Columbus, a college friend, had the guest book. When the couple left for a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Canada, the bride was at- (Stropky photo) tired in an olive green and white wool dress and black accessories. At her shoulder were the orchids from her bridal bouquet. The bride, a 1962 graduate ol Stone Creek High, attended Kent State University and Columbus Business University and is a dental assistant for Dr. William Willis of Dover. Her husband, a 1960 graduate of Stone Creek High, is employed in the produce department of Buehler's Market in Dover. They will reside in RD 3, New Philadelphia. A rehearsal dinner was given Saturday night in the home of the bridegroom's parents. New Philadelphia Girl Is Married In France Announcement is being made of the marriage of Jo Ann Tracy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lodge Observes Library Month Dover Women of the Moose observed National Book Month at last night's meeting by hearing a report of library history services read by the library chairman. In keeping with this, the group donated a book titled "The Death and Life of Great American Cities" (James Jacob) to the Dover Library. Mrs. Marie Pringle, senior regent, conducted the meeting, and Mrs. Roy Flickinger, recorder, read an invitation for the group to attend an open meeting in Steubenville Nov. 8 at 1:30 p.m. College of Regents are to take cap and gowns. Mrs. Francis Newland, Mrs. Harry Arbogast and Mrs. James Ayers were reported ill. Luncli was served by Miss Arlene Ridgway and her committee. Autumn decorations were used and other appointments carried out the library month theme. W. M. Tracy of 1416 E. High Ave., New' Philadelphia, to Capt.-Donald J. Holub, son of Mrs. Joseph Holub of Lyndhurst. Their vows were solemnized Oct. 22 in the Army Chapel at Orleans, France, with Capt. Beasley as officiant. Lt. and Mrs. Alan Grace of Orleans, formerly of New York, were attendants for the couple. Following a honeymoon in Heidelberg, Germany, the bride returned to the United States and will go back to France later this month where her husband will be stationed for about 3 years. She is a graduate of New Philadelphia High and Fairview Park Hospital School of Nursing in Cleveland. She has been assistant head nurse in Suburban Community Hospital in that city. The bridegroom was graduated by John Adams High in Cleveland and Ohio University. He taught school in Chardon before going into the Army. Q. May a wedding breakfast properly be served as late as one p.m.? A. Yes, it is still properly a wedding breakfast. •4 u> NOW! Just In Time For The Holiday Season. For Gifts. For Your Holiday Entertaining! Close-Out On Javit Crystal Junior Clionion Don Beater of New Philadelphia showed slides of a recent trip to Tahiti when the Junior CUonian Club met Wednesday night with Mrs. James Loner* gan of 1734 McMillan Ave, A contribution was sent to Starlight School. Mrs. Lonergan and Mrs. James Patrick, co-hostess, served refreshments from a table where candles and fall flowers were used in the appointments. The Dec. 2 meeting will be in Reeves Motor Inn. Junior Women's Mrs. Carl Yackey presented a paper prepared by Mrs. John Uhle and showed a film made by The American Bible Society when the Junior Women's Club met last night in the home of Mrs. Mary Kay Mizer of 122 5th St. SW, Strasburg. The topic for the program "A favorite President" and the paper and film were on the life of Theodore Roosevelt. Noting that he was remembered more | for his good character than as a jolitician, he was depicted in oth the talk and the film as deeply religious man, a peace maker, a family man and ath- ete. Mrs. Don Garber, president, resided at the business session nd welcomed Mrs. Lowell Aus- m and Mrs. Hans Tuerler as members. Mrs. Lloyd Bair, -secretary, nd Mrs. Fred Deibel, treasur r, gave reports and members esponded to roll call with Facts About Presidents." Note paper and perfume, rhich members will sell, were iscussed and orders will be aken by any member and de- very made before Christmas. Further information may be ob- ained by calling Mrs. Carl Baughman (878-9333). Plans were made for a Christmas party Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. n Chicken Manor. Members are take $1 gifts. Gourds, Indian corn and au- umn leaves spilled from a cor- ucopia on the matel and other ecorations carried out the au umn theme when refreshments were served by Mrs. Mizer and o-hostess, Mrs. Jack Corns. ha lion Mrs. William Beebe and Mrs. loger Schnee of Dover were guests when Thalian Club met ast night in the home of Mrs. rthur Hagloch of 201 W. Sling- uff Ave., Dover. The program "Is Our Amerian Society Changing?" was resented by Mrs. Hagloch. The discussion was based upon sev- ral books by observers of the ontemporary American scene. The novels "Lord of the lies" and "High Wind for Ja maica" will be discussed at the )ec. 3 meeting in the home of ifrs. Robert Jenkins of 2134 E. ligh Ave., New Philadelphia. uscaroro The Tuscarora Club met last light in the home of Mrs. Ralph Hole of 200 Commercial We. SW, New Philadelphia, with Mrs. J. Richard Demuth as ssistant hostess. Mrs. Edgar Graff had charge I the program and introduced Miss Stella Rutledge who gave a talk on Australia. The group voted to admit 2 (respective members to the lub. The next meeting will be Dec. at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Wiliam Brug of 439 Ray Ave. NW. There will be a Christmas ex- hange. I 4 m * Handout and hind crafted crystal in the four popular patterns of Fragrance, Moonbeam, Sonata and Forever Yours. You may choose »ny pattern in goblets, sherbets or ice teas. Better be here early ... they'll go fast! PER STEM Jovit Cocktoil Sets $.QQ per set MANY ITfMS IN FOSTOIIA Ct WAI eifAttV IfQUCfOi "- Watch Shop 124 N. Brood way New Phiio. MR. AND MRS. ROY THRASH Strasburg Couple Married 50 Years Friends, relatives and neighbors are invited to an open house Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Thrash of 9th St., ext, Strasburg, when the couple will be observing their 50th wedding anniversary. The former Vera L. Buskirk and Mr. Thrash were married Nov. 8, 1914, in the home of the bride's parents in Parkersburg, W. Va. with Rev. Wright of the Liberty Methodist Church as officiant. For the past 8 years Mr. Thrash has been employed as Winfield Group Gains Members Mrs. Ray Temple, Mrs. Mayme Thomson and Mrs. Wendell Landis were welcomed as members when the Winfield Homemakers met yesterday with Mrs. Doran Gordon of RD 1, Dover- Mrs. Bruce Rousch was co-hostess. Mrs. Robert Mears and Mrs. James Steel presented the topic "Food Preparation" and Mrs. Gordon, councilor, conducted the meeting. A $5 contribution was made to the building fund for the Agricultural Hall of Fame in Kansas. Plans were finalized for the Homemakers Christmas Show Nov. 11-12 in New Philadelphia Elks Club auditorium when the Winfield Group will have Christmas bread as its display. The remainder of the day was spent making cancer pads for Massillon State Hospital. Mrs. George Henry, Mrs. Clifford Jones and Mrs. Luther Everhard will be hostesses for the Dec. 10 meeting in Winfield Grange when 50-cent gifts will be exchanged and a silent auction will be held. Q. Which is the correct form f introduction, "Mr. Handley, his is my husband," or, "Mrs. Handley, this is Mr. Parker?" A. The correct form is, "Mrs. Handley, this is my husband.'.' Tuscora Circle Has Initiation Mrs. Herman Denning, Mrs. Glen Spring, Mrs. Walter Heimberger, Mrs. Marie Robinson, Mrs. Walter Wilds, Mrs. Gail Malarnee, Mrs. Nell Belknap, Miss Charlotte Takas, and Mrs. John Moore, were initiated into membership when Tuscora Circle of Companions of Forester of America met last night in New Philadelphia Eagles Hall. It was reported that Mrs. Charles Gordon and Mrs. Ralph Weber are ill and Mrs. Florence Schloo recently suffered a broken ankle. Plans were completed for a 50th anniversary Saturday Nov. 7 at 6:30 p.m. in Reeves Motor Inn. Mrs. Stephan Takas of Dover won the mystery box. A reception for new members will be held Nov. 19. (Harmon photo) The engagement of their b| daughter, Beatrice Ann, to •f Kenneth Hyust is being an- il nounced by Mr. and Mrs. | Roy Jennings of 322 E. 7th | St., Dover. Kenneth's par- 5ii ents are Mr. and Mrs. Wal| ter Hyust of 137 3rd St. SW, *j New Philadelphia. Beatrice, a Dover High | graduate, is a student in f X-Ray Technology School at | Union Hospital and her fi- ;p ance, a graduate of New ;;! Philadelphia High, is em- | ployed by The Republic : | Steel Corp. in Canton. A December wedding is being planned. " Ladies Learn To Bowl!" CLASSES START MM.,ll»v.9th-1:MMI MQMNflS ONIYI riMM MMM 7MM « Inter •*!>•*! Kinser Lanes fSS WthMb Avt. a boiler fireman at Aultman Hospital in Canton and prior to that was a 22-year member of the Akron Fire Dept. He plans to retire in the spring and devote his time to his hobbies of gardening and rug weaving. The couple has 2 children, Harold, of the home and Mrs. F. E. (Bettie) Godby of Akron. A son and daughter are deceased. They have 4 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Engaged Friday Srath MtMVlm Wllltag Wwk en — 7:30 p.m. Guest night Take item for auction sale ana cookies or sandwiches. Monday First Moravian Trinity-Bet! my Class — 7:30 p.m. in soci hall, Mrs. Remus Machan a Mrs. Guy Ford, hostesses. Dover First Methodist tan Bible Class — 7:30 p.m. ii lounge. Mrs. N. C. Harder, hostess chairman. Take cann goods. First Moravian Ceccl Schwanke Group — 8 p.m. witi Mrs. Elmer Frantz of 1210 N Wooster Ave. Mrs. Floyd G« well, assistant hostess. Tuesday Dover First Methodist I A din Circle — 1:30 p.m. in lounge. Take needle and thimble. First Moravian Sara Stelncr Gronp — 1 p.m. with Mrs. R mus Machan of 202 Prospect St. Grace Lutheran Blair-Harder Group — 2 p.m. in annex. Baptist Classes Thirty members and guess of the Tru Blue and Men's Bible Classes had a panca and sausage supper recently New Philadelphia First Baptist Church. Devotions were led by Mrs. William Byers. Mrs. Nob Sherrard conducted contests. Each group had a business session with Mrs. Sherrard, president, in charge of tj>e women's class. Reports given by Mrs. Joy Kalp a Mrs. Tom Crawshaw. Members were asked to call on the si and shut-ins. The women voted to contribute a cash gift to a cal family for Thanksgiving. Plans were made for a Chri it- mas party Dec. 1 when 50 cejnt gifts will be exchanged. M Sherrard will be hostess cha man. wscs Brotherhood and service were the themes when the Womeji's Society for Christian Servce met last night in Dover Fi'st Methodist Church lounge. Seiv- ice on a local level was demonstrated by the great numtjer of cancer pads made during the meeting. Mrs. Joseph Hamilton gave instructions for making the pads and discussed the Argent need for them. Brotherhood on an international scale was urged by Mrs. James Lenox, president, when she reported on her trip last month to a United Nations seminar. Brotherhood was stressed in the devotions. Excerpts from the book "Markings" by ihe late Dag Hammarskjold, f)r mer secretary general of [he United Nations, were read. Mrs. Leroy Davis was ... accompanist for group singing Mrs. Hamilton reminisced about a school of missions course at Lakeside last sim- nter. Mrs. John Clemens, the society's representative to tin Dover Council of Church Women, reminded the members of the Council's World Community Day Program slated for tonight in St. John's United Church of Christ. Nov. 22 was set as the data for in-gathering of food for families in need. Members of the Lydla Circle were in charge of fellowship and refreshments and the members and 2 guests, Mrs. Leroy Miller and Mrs. Ethel Golden, were greeted by Mrs. Robert Miller and Mrs. Claude Gano. The Dover High Thespians will present the program at the December meeting. lola Circle The following officers were elected when the lola Missionary Circle met yesterday in the Hi-Way Baptist Church: Mrs. Harry Pongrat, president; Mrs. Donald Weaver, vice president; Mrs. Rueben Keener, secretary; Mrs. Elson Robb, treasurer; Mrs. Charles Grove, white cross chairman; Mrs. Jeremiah Page, devotional chairman and Mrs. Kenneth Dupler, reporter. Mrs. Elson Robb Jr. offered prayer. Role call was answered by the 15 present with commandments for Christian living. Mrs. Lewis Reichman and Mrs. David Mason were guests. Devotions, given by Mrs. George Voorhees, included a Bible quiz. Mrs. Harry Pongrat presided at the business meeting. A Christmas gift exchange will be held Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. in Chicken Manor. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Voorhees, hostess, Mrs. Mason and Janice Beal. Virginia Gibbs Feled At Parly A yellow and white color scheme was carried out at a party given last night for Virginia Gibbs bride-elect of Edward Diefenbaugh, both of Dover. Earlene Gordon and Sandra Bigler were hostesses for the event given in the Gordon home at 436 E. Canal St. Gifts for the guest of honor were placed on a table where a music box in the shape of an umbrella played the wedding march. Favors were individual sachets tied in yellow nylon net accented with a white bow and silver wedding band. Games were played and the prize winners presented their awards to Virginia. Attending were Shirley Fish and Barb Uptegraph of New Philadelphia, Dorothy Klar, Birdie Edwards, Mrs. Belle Gibbs, Karen Judy, Mrs. James Robb, Mrs. Rodney Frutschey, Mrs. Earl Diefenbaugh and Mrs. Ea,rl Gordon of Dover. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Stripe Tie Bonded Jersey enough color "Sparkle" an 'Everyday 99 dress Bltach pitce stripe 9d\ bonded wool jersey two dress with red contrast tie. Slim skirt. At i $14.99, OPE Qvily 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. friday 4nd Hondvg Tit V pun.

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