The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on March 24, 1956 · Page 7
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Massillon, Ohio
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Saturday, March 24, 1956
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THE EVENING INDEPENDENT. MASSU^LON. OHIO Denier-Henry Vows In First Christian Church This afternoon at the appointed hour of 1:30 in First Christian church Miss Alice Demer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Safari Demer, 433 Albright ave SE, was married to Jack Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Henry of 803 14th st SW. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Joseph Mackenzie, minister. Tall lighted candelabra and greens decorated the sanctuary. Miss Caroline Boyd, organist, played selections as guests were ushered to their pews by L. J. Buhecker and Gary Henry, brother of the groom. Richard Corban served as best man. The bride was gowned in a full length embossed nylon dress designed with tiny, lace edged round collar and three-quarter length sleeves. Rhinestone buttons closed the filled bodice. A floral headpiece held her fingertip veil in place and she carried her mother's white Bible on which was placed an orchid and a shower of ribbon streamers. Class Of '41 Busy With Reunion Plans Members ; of the class of '41 of Washington high school met Thursday evening in the conference room of Amherst Park Shopping Center to make plans for a reunion, to take the form of an informal dinner-dance, Sept. 1 in the American Legion. Ray Gctz presided. The dinner-dance will be known as the 1956 reunion of the class of '41. Members Appointed to serve on the new decision committee were Don Luker, chairman, Mrs. Cry stal Andrew Poth, Mrs. Mary Leeper Fox, Mrs. Ruth Bird Buckey, Mrs. Alvina Huber Sandrock. * * * APPOINTED to assist on the IN AN AQUA full length gown fashioned with a pink nylon cape, the maid of honor and sister of the bride, Miss Jeannette Demer, wore a pink headpiece trimmed with tiny flowers and pink gloves and shoes. Her flowers were pink carnations. The mother of the bride wore a gray suit with pink accessories and pink rose and carnation corsage. The groom's mother xvas attired in a navy blue suit, com plemented by pink and white ac cessories and a pink corsage. A three tiered wedding cake topped with a bride and groom centered the main reception table in tte church parlors for the re- eepjjn immediately following the ceremony. On the second table' was a centerpiece of roses and babies'-breath. Mrs. Donald Barth cut the cake and Mrs. Kimal Sali and Mrs. Richard Hedta- thorn presided at the punch and SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1950 SEVEN" MRS. SMOYER, STATE PRESIDENT, IS GUEST SPEAKER United Church Women Join For Communion In Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church United Church Women of Massillon gathered Friday morning for their annual community communion service. It was an impressive service with pastors of the city assisting the Rev. Paul B. Kiewit, pastor-of Grace church, in the Luke and.John, u they all re-it that we only experience Mrs. Arthur Retained As Garden Club President corded it in their Bible writings. "Jesu» choce to eat hit last meal with His 12 dliciplei, reminiscing through communion. She closed Certain that spring must be just around the corner with the lUtement, "Let Ui re- 40 some members and guests of the Garden club section of /i*/flf»*r* • **** r****/tn •*?*»•• 4.. AH»* 1.1. ._ »*•__• 11 *T» . , .... ^-*v*^ »^v I>J.I/JA v± dedicate md reconsecrate our- the Massillon ; over the experiences they selve. now so we may go T forth ; nn« ™ t toethr" lUrned oul distribution nf th'p^™£ £ I r • 1- •>{. m ^ ***«*"." said the speaker, who committed to a greaT fellow hip distribution of the elements and participation in the serv-' stated the 12 were not wealthy' with Christ." 's club oblivious to the dark cloudi ice. In the quiet of the church, the silence being broken by meditative organ music, with Mrs, Charles Rowan at the console, 120 women from various denominations gathered for meditation Lovely Are Thy Dwellings/' Liddie. Thc Rev. Samuel W. Smith, pastor of the Evangelical United i£t 1 * ank monthly program and tea Friday afternoon at the Woman's club. * * * Pussywillows, pear and apple blossoms and pink LOCAL PASTORS, the Revs.; begonia blooms arranged in the club added inviting color pnro» C* Rn«K* nt TTit*** \4«*U_ *« ^t.~ -«-.«.-. & «r * so " £ «u«a gamerea ior meauauon, Brethren ehurrh nffiriafprf at thP , L " u HSMUII " prayer and to receive the secraluTSff^H 0 " ^'1^^ . He «"««* His had Ushers , ect , AS ed eu nf A the UH. Evangelical United Mrs. church and Mrs. Harry ever „. . . : i , First Christian church. !Communion i» n fhT?«v£« The Mothcrsingers with Mrs. 1 ship of believers for us today. It in the foyer as jHarry Furlough, sang "Let Us , f _ . . i Break Bread Together." Mrs. Grayce Bash, organist, op-i * * * THE REV. MR. KIEWIT presented the speaker," Mrs. Harry or of position in the world but came from various walks of life, just as Jesus wa« a carpenter.! George C. Beebe of'First Meth-: to "the scene over His sermons, odut church C. Burroughs, of| Prior to the business meeting an appeal for the passage of Bap ist John Eppler First the proposed 11.8 mill levy for the operation of schools to be voted ' of the .Nazarene, and Har- upon at the May primaries, was made by Mrs. David Lcffler of the , -. „ low, Ge.ntral Presbyterian, Massillon Citizens committee, assisted the Grace church pastorj * * * -*- — -•• in distributing the elements. A|rs. : M R s. FOKMAN ARTHUR, provided medita- chairman, read a poem by Alex- during thc commun- anf j ( .|- Polk before introducing nounced the benediction Mrs. {np spiers, 0 Mr. andVrs^Floycl D ° union has become a fellow- Ends " arranged for chimes „ .. 1 I ." 1!>Ll |; >sco ,^ CT '?Wp of believers for us today. It Mrs. Jean Caton "as in charge * JJ 1, a°s /ba'd o -'noor'eveT i s a quiet time from the hurry of the nurserv K ' po ° cvcl ' ja'nd dlstractU o^ver^ay meV^rl Klbnc,, Me f n ™': " n ±» »«!>Li« !!« ^^ Wed fling To ened the serving with the prelude "Morning," Grieg. Joan Of Arc r. and Mrs. Severine P. m of RD 4, Massillon, announcing the forth- wedding date of The Rev. Kiewit had the invo- E. Smoyer, of Cleveland Height . . -.Tit ' ••""""•/ "•*» "*• •*"»«• •"-t»»*u * i'w.^....«, *»*,v-V4 *Ji*J It*-*- cation. The Rev. Harry Hull, pas- state president of U. C. W. who speaker asked. tor of Trinity Methodist church, discussed, "Do This In Remem-' Mrs. Smoyer stated that com- of the community service read scripture and offered pray-brance of Me." In her talk Mrs. munion is also a time of dcdica- An executive board in the. proper environment" Of Charles Rowan were in charge er. of food With eare predominating, plant Tt od and plenty of water, Mr. ,.?,• Louis, and Pittsburgh, Pa. The bride will change to a navy blue suit dress and wear white accessories and her orchid for the honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls. • The couple will reside in an apartment at 825 17th st SW upon return to Massillon. bride attended Massillon rations, Mrs. Jeanne Lanner Smith, Mrs. Dorothy Green Storz, Mrs. Betty Jo Mase Ronk, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ballinger and Mrs. Charlotte Palmer Maier; entertainment, Mrs. Betty Miller Worthington; calling, Mrs. Betty Lou Weffley Wildman, Mrs. Lois Jessup Freytag and Mrs. Mary Walker Furlow; tickets, Mrs. ... , , . . . , Gerry Englehardt Moyer, Mar-jP ubllc .spools and is employed shall Dutchess. Michael Hutsell, b ^ JMuirs P hoto laboratories., A Richard L o n g worth, Frasher graduate o f Waishington high Stankc and Mrs. Jean Held Kci- scho01 wlth the class of ° 2 thc fer; and mailing, Miss Wilma'g room also ls employed by Muir's. Lindsay. ; Officers of the reunion commit-, rirj-ff tee are: Ray Getz, president; Rob-'lilJlj ert Egan, treasurer, Mrs. Mona ---. 7 . Stout Hart, secretary; and Miss UellVerS Maxine Scharver, corresponding! _ secretary. | Meditation A meeting of the co-chairmen of the committees will be held! The Rev . Samuel Smith pastor Wednesday evening, April 18. at o£ the Evangelical United Breth 8 o clock at Frank Freyermuth's rpn r h,,roh d P Iiv P reri fh* Faster barber shop, 810 Amherst rd NE. o—o—o Smoyer brought out the deep im-turn, when we sincerely partake thc United Church Women will s ! mth dcclar « ! a».vonc can havp ^. * "" H * ] '"«•« »'« h« The Mothersingers, directed byjpression the Lord's Supper must, of this religious symbol we feel'be held Monday at 1:30 p m in mco nver sreens, there being no ™ lt '.,.,. h „ , , , Mrs. L. T. Drennan, sang "Howlhave made on Sis. Matthew. Mark, 1 as one family, a oneness of spir-Uhe YWCA mystery to thc green thumb. a'-,, 1 ' , , h< uRccdurba »- »t ! ! '- * ' ^ • * Mrs. Smith projected slides 7 tlo .,° clock on the morning of which showed the propagation Apnl 14 Wlth thc English cus- of thc shrub. .torn of open church observed. * * * Miss Boron has asked a college MISS JENNIE HARiN'G, nom-[ ricnd ' Miss Patr icia Walker of inating chairman, presented the L ° rgastcr ' Ind -' to bc hc " r maid 'panel of nominees for the coming; • vear's officer. 1 !. iMrs. Forman Ar- Serving Mr. Jackson as. best thus was retained as chairman ™ an /• be-Dr. Robert Bolton of as was Mrs. Howard Paul as co- , ' ' OU1S . Mo. Arthur Boron, a chairman. Mrs. Franklin Maier ,° t "'L r of thc bride-to-be and was elected secretary to succeed Joh " T - Jack son will usher. Mrs. Howard W. Arth Mrs Rus- , A Rraduate of thc class of 1948 sell Pitts will succeed Mrs. C D of Wash ">8toii high school, Miss Timbrook as treasurer. Mrs. A L , ron sraduated in '51 from Shattuck was elected nominating i Ucrcv H o*P'tal School of Nurs- mcmbcr. !' lg ' V anton and received a fcl- Mrs. Howard Paul discussed I( " vsm P f rom St. Louis university changing the date of the section's % hcr ? she received her bachelor trip to Kingwood Center. Mans- oftsc!e nce degree in nursing edu- 1954. Miss Boron field, to April 30. The trip will F ation in . . .... be made by bus. the group dc- I* now on Ulc facul ty of St. Luke's parting at 9 a. m. Hospital School of Nursing, St. Easier Dinner Massillon Woman's club will serve dinner Easter Sunday by reservation. Reservations may be made by dialing the club, TE 34896. FLORENCE SPECOGN f A Invitations will soon be in the mail for thc approaching marriage of Miss Florence Specogna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Specogna, sr, of 1620 Erie st S to Gesus Vincente, son of Mr', and Mrs. Ralph Vincente of 1002 Duncan ave SW. The couple will pledge their vows April 21 at 10 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Both are graduates of Washington high school. Miss Specogna is employed by Ohio-Merphants Trust Co. and Vincente by Tyson Roller Bearing Co. Indian Americans Studied By Baptists The theme "Indian Americans" was carried out in the March program of Ruth Mather circle of First Baptist church in the chapel and in the refreshment table ap- ipointments. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Grifzen and Mrs. Glen Hollingsworth. Mrs. Howard Krinke based her devotions on the Lenten pre-Easter theme "Life of Christ" followed by prayer. Mrs. Claude Depuy, program chairman, opened the program with Indian greetings from a missionary, illustrating her talk with the picture "The Indians' Christ" and authentic Indian articles. The Indian's version of the Lord's Prayer concluded the program. Mrs. Edgar Collins, Mrs. Raymond Lint and Mrs. Hollingsworth related the work done recently in the school of missions held for primary-age children. Mrs. Kenneth Wilson challeng-i~~" ed the women for the need of sup- TJ 5 C> Boys state i CANAL FULTON—Jack Lloyd; Haney, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs.j ren church, delivered the Easter message to Longfellow junior jhigh students at chapel Friday afternoon. M. D. Hostetler, principal, introduced the local pastor. The ninth grade choir sang "The Christian Life", a Welsh hymn, "From 111 Do Thou Defend Me", Bach; "The Legend" Tschaikowsky, and "Were You There". i Miss Nancy Kinney, vice president of Longfellow Student I Council, responsible for the pro- NAVARRE—The Band Parentsj jgram made introductory remarks association of Navarre schoolj [and read from the Bible. Dick-met at the school when the group! . , . ... , . , ; Pett led the pledge to the flag.jvoted to purchase $1,000 worth of ( Amvets Auxiliary of Massillonj The eignth grade g i ee c lub instruments for the school band.; Ao. 6 held a social meeting Fn- sang « Tne Green Cathedral",! Twenty members were present.' day evening at the residence of Hahn. Longfellow's band directed ;Mrs. Hazel Whyte, president. Mrs. Alice'Lehner of 2al7 Rhode by Max Reed prov ided appropri-Kvho presided, named a nominat- Island aye SE. Mrs. Margaret- ate selections. ling committee consisting of Mrs. Blanchette was co-hostess.» i Band Parents To Buy Instruments Amvets Auxiliary port for the Indian American missions. The hymn "Holy Spirit, Truth Divine" was followed by prayer by Mrs. Wilson. Materials from School of Missions were displayed. Mrs. Wilson, president, conducted, the business session when it was announced that the yearly reports will be due at the April meeting. Refreshments were served in fellowship hall from a table using the Indian motif. The next meeting of the circle will be held April 26 with Mrs. James Davis, Mrs. Harry Forgan and Mrs. Paul Ronald as hostesses. Mrs. Forgan will serve as program chairman and Mrs. Don Myer, devotionals. o—o—o Local Pastor Speaker At Myers PTA MYERS — The Rev. Otto R. Hospital Louis. A. W. Haney of, Clinton will rep-j resent the junior, £- class of North-] west high school CAROLE HEFLIN'G Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hefling of 650 Green ave SW are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Carole Marie, to Seaman Dale N. Langenfeld, i TEA was served in the dining r Mr ' Jacks <>n, a graduate of Wil,room. A handsome green cloth l iam - ^cKmlcy high school, St. centered with an oblong contain-' ls ' Wlth thc class »f '49, served two years in D. Timbrook was tea son • of Jlr. ami Mrs. Edward Langenfeld of 703 Green ave SW. Miss Hefling will graduate with the class of '56. SHe is at Buckeye Boys'j employed part time by P. J. <„' State at Camp, Bordner Co., Lincoln Way W. Perry in June. ' Seaman Langenfeld is stationed An. honor pupil' in Washington, D. C. Before en- at the high; listing in '54 he was employed by Isaly's Dairy store. No date has been set for the wedding. o—o—o school, Haney is ' v -;- '<••* - active in all v '";.', ''.'__ sports of the' . - ' school and re-j JACK HANEY «ived .honorable, mention on the All County basketball team thisj season. He is a member of the: Hi-Y's, the Clinton Church Christ where he is a choir member and is active in the young A A '*-'' Members of Club 44 and a guest, Mrs. John Marsh, werc'en- •.'*«*_>. v_*. AJ . iiniv/i.\>vrv v^*ar» v\;(l * - . * "*-» OLIIUUI, chairman. Hostesses in charge O f," 1aj 9 rins In '"oustrial relations. arrangements werc Mrs. Richard J . ss Boron wil1 return to St. Krause. chairman, Mrs. Glenn Louls Sunday after visiting her Wilt, Mrs. M. P. L. Kirchnofer. P arcnt s- Mrs. G. B. Gotschall. Mrs. A. D. o—o—o Wampler. Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. ; Yoilll«r Organist To Herbert Eisenbrci, Mrs. William m T. Tr7 ° , „. . E. Curtiss, Mrs. Milton Wilkcr: * Ia 7 At Wesley LhurclX Wesley Methodist WSCS will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the sanctuary. David Halco, 13 year old organist, and a pupil of Kenneth Wright, local teacher of piano and organ, will present a musical program. The executive committee will meet at ] Sunday i? p. m. ' 3 p. m., Lenten vespers by Wo-! o—o—o 'l^lflIl*Or»liil*/'*l»j-i*-i«r' l TT^ T f~\ • » bstticr Circle and Mrs. J. S. Gossett. o—o—o Woman's Club Calendar ; man's club Chorus. Tuesday 9:15 a. m., Board of trustees. Mrs. Owen Ketteriug, spiritual > j - ---- - ..... , — „.„ „, uu ., li;t .,., ----- --------- ....... 0 . -,- ....... 'peoples group and is an eagle tertained Wednesday evening by 2 p. m.. Book Review section ! Ilfe chairman of Esther circle of scout and member of the scout- M iss Betty J. Scesc at her resi-!-Wrs. Martin Schmid of Canton ;st - John's Evangelical and Rc- iing honor society, the Order offence, 505 6th st SW. Bunco was'guest reviewer; Mrs. E. M. Stults,j f ? rmed church, opened thc devo the Arrow. '^c evening's diversion with ' " „ . ., . .. The ninth grade choir and Glee Fern Heater, Mrs. Simon KennyjGerber D.D., pastor of St. Johns Cards were the evening's di-' c i ub directed by Miss Ruth Tres-and Mrs. Lynn Loretto to select Evangelical and Reformed church version with prizes awarded to :se i > vocal music supervisor, sang a slate of officers for election* at of Massillon was guest speaker wl S -* ^ Eberhardt, Mrs Ethel atl « Eas ter Carol" accompanied ttu April 16 meeting. Superin- at a mee ! in & of the Parent-Teach- ^tJl^^^. G , a , bele ,;J. he :by Janet Mendelson and "Beauti-.tendent of Schools R. H. Hall ; er associaUon of Myers school. » . . _ - I *^J u Milt l- lf±t.Jlia.CUUll ailtl £>CdUtl~] fc^**\*w**V V*. turx.iik/u^O AV» i*. JLAOI.* door prize donated by Mrs. White. fu i Saviour", the Crusaders hymn,'gave a talk on the proposed con- was received by Mrs. Evelyn \yith Linnea Rudder as accompan- solidation of the Navarre, Beach Braucnter. ist _ City, Brewster and Sugarcreek Dr. Gerber's topic was "The Inv Refreshments were sen r ed on the card tables using the East-r "The next meeting of the .J "£ t YJc!l. bo he ' d April 13 at Superior Rating Receive City, Brewster and township schools. p ? rtance of Mrs - Lee s P intual Growth _ t president. John Miller, band director,! Presided. Mrs Neith Pratt read James. first vice president; Rich- ldencc m gave a report on the recent dis- the Scripture lesson trict mu^ic contest at Salpm in -"• nominating committee con- . whfchTo band receted an ex- sisting_of Vernon Strecker, ehair^rdjravers^ second vice ; preriJ cellent rating. prizes going to Miss June Seese, Mrs. David Meyer and Mrs. Wii- tional period of Wednesday afternoon's meeting at thc church. Wednesday 8:30 a. m,, Woman's club Hos- Tu ' cntv members and one guest T . „, , liam Atkinson. Highlighting the'pital group. i w ere present. JLlOllS V^lllb evening was the display of eleven Friday Mrs. Henry Hose led the Bible 'Easter hats, which were "origin-! Club will be closed in observ-! stucl y from tnc Book of Acts - Mrs - als" created by each member.! ance of Good Friday. jRuth Graybill, Christian social Sunday 'action chairman, was in charge of GENOA — Robert Haddcn was „ elected president of the Reed- Carrying out the Easter theme. urban Genoa Lions club at a din- refreshments tinted m pastel coiner-meeting at Linway restaurant. se rved from a table Hadden succeeds Ronald Palmer 1 dcc o rt -ed with bunnies, who headed the organization dur- S, h V; ks : Ta " d colored eggs. Mrs. in<* the past year 'Robert Hansel will be hostess to Other officers chosen werc Paul * c S™up on April 18 at her res- JOIN OUR CLUB PLAN Sterling by REED & BARTON HEIRLOOM WALLACE GORMAN TOWLE INTERNATIONAL Silverplate and Stainless Steel Sets Can Be Purchased On This Plan SUITER'S JEWELERS 137 Lincoln Way, E. TE O—0—O DALTON — The Dalton volun , teer fire department was given z]Suburbnn Personals superior rating for perfect con-j ctition of equipment and station,! NAVARRE according to a report read at aj Mrs. Ralph Reynolds, jr, and regular meeting of the depart- infant daughter, Teri Eileen have ment. The inspection was com- been taken to their residence, RD pleted recently by a representa-'s, Navarre, from the Massillon itive of the Ohio Inspection bu-!city hospital, Mrs. Ralph Reyn- reau. ' jolds, sr, of Sardis, 0. is visiting' Seventeen firemen were pres-'at the Reynolds residence in the avc NW. o—o—o f»*^*«-VI A * W » *-* Hj 0\.VLS1JU V J>UV t/i tO I- VW77-B ~W 7~ f~\ » ~* man, Mrs. Richard Davis andjdent; Stephen Smith, third vice; W1131 JKjlOtS C.Iub Mrs. Wilfred Eberhardt was nam- President; Roben McVay, secre- cd to select a slate of officers for election at the April meeting. Mrs. Dale Maxhimer announced that the annual spring roundup Howard Barnes, lion tamer; Dai- will be held May 2 at 1:30 p. m.jlas Wehner and William Goodall, f-m •-.»*...•»..•*) a*wwk ^ iiiv. » fc»Tj u^-w* ^- f-^ •* ~m tary; Robert Whaley treasurer;! HolClS D\vight McMacken, tail twister; 1 Leonard Proebslle, assistant-,;. WILMOT — Carolyn Stem, Easter dinners will bc served' tnc P r °6ram, "What Do We Mean reservation onlv B J r Discipline?" with Mrs. Flor- by reservation only. o—o—o TO PRESENT FILM Eagles will present film. "Horizons of Hope' ? based on cnn- cnr research Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the auditorium of the Eagles club. This will be open to tbe public. encc Snyder, Mrs. Karl Raubcr and Mrs. Harry Malcuit participating. Mrs. Melvin Trotter presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Malcuit closed the meeting with a prayer. Thc next meeting of the circle; will bc held April 18 at 1:15 p. m. t> 111 tJV, AJ.V.I14 A'iUJ iJ M k J. . V\f If* *!»• " """ —— *• ii.~~._.**^juuu«**} at the school with Dr. M. F. Jones one-year directors; and William'™ eet ,!!? g bach was elected president of the Wilmot What Knots 4-H club at a residence of Mar- jcnt and continued their project l of painting the interior of the de- ipartment. The department recent- •ly purchased two nozzles and a community. The O—0 0 HAPPY HEARTS Hearts and Dr. R. F. Limbach, dentist, will be the examining doctors. * * * A RECOGNITION dinner for members of the school patrol, athletes and cheerleaders was Smith and A. J. Kelly, two-year directors. tha Wardell. Other officers chosen were Jan-' Thirty-four members and guest* ' neu . Cr « co - vice . President; Lois' were present, including Fred Wil- Hpbmette, secretary; Sherry Ati: _r *-•-_! =_* .? , kin.son. treasurer- T.inda Fulton liams of Canton, international councilor who inducted two new kinson, treasurer; Linda Fulton, reporter and Pat Traynor and planned, the date to be announc-1 members into thc club. They arc !Martha War ncll, recreation leaded later. Joseph LaScala of the : Dr. Robert Allison and B. Phil-! cr l\ , . . . ,. .. „ met school faculty wa namcd chair .;ii ps . Pa i me r presided. Robert 1 Sharon and Linda Hanlm, Con- FLOWERS °f _» *_ i f f r * ' m i • i Ok-* i w A. ,ku\, vi A bjr vtuj 4 JMIH V.L4 viicm- i •* * f •>'- •*- ***iif^*» ft v-jf v*i Siamese shut-off for the tanker.;Tuesday evening at the newly| man> ass i sted by M rs. William McVay had devotions. (built residence of Mrs. Edward Roach and Bonnie Myers jom- h Iub S V ° ^cREEDURBAN THREE DAY SERVICE Man Made Fur Cleaned Orllegro—Borgano $7.50 STYLE CENTER DUUI: residencei 01 Mrs. tawara| HeasleVi Mrs . Merle Maxhim cr! Sidney Mounlcastle, director of p« nt " S,,r,l <in in h n rT H, 1133 Stratford ave NE. an H Mrs. Pan! Drcnnrn. Khn Kfart rnnniv ^nrir w\»i v icontributc $10 to the cancer fund. ithc Stark county Games of bunco and sewing were! Paul Barri principal, announc- 1 showed a film on cancer entitled the mam diversions of the eve- ed that Donald Appleby and "Man Alive" and addressed thc mng. The door prizes were won; Jatnes Indorf w ji] represent the club concerning thc national can- v * v J l H a Bundlch and Mrs -ischool's safety patrol at the an- ( ce.- society's drive for funds in R " dv Kohch. jnual jamboree in Washington, D.i April. He was introduced by'!"' Refreshments were served on c , in April . Barr a i so announced!Wehner. |lc ' Projects for the coming year decided up were served, will We've Got Spring Fever! all the new Gifts and China fact we're really proud of our You'll enjoy looking at we've just received. In selection. • New Wall Pieces • New Figurines • New La/y Susans and Servers • Pixie Figurines • New Pottery Planters and Bowls • Large Selection Milk Glass Boudoir Lamps • Easter Chickens and Bunnies Hadden^s Gift & Cliina 3351 Lincoln Way. K. Open f) to n — Sundays 12 to 6 P. M. a decorated table with a birthday cake, honoring Mrs. Craig Roll- stin, as the centerpiece. The cake baked by that leaders for next term's pa- The next regular meeting ' trol will bc appointed by next month. him; be held April 3. A directors meet-' ;ing will be held March 27. t * to be announced. „ _ f a P atlcrn 0 — O—O was baked by Mrs. Miglich'sj Mrs. Merle Maxhimer remind-i o—o—o daughter, Mary Louise. j c d the group that a square dancei CUB PACK MEETS MONDAY Those present were: Mrs. Mark Ross. Mrs. Joe Ross. Mrs. Rudy Kolich, Mrs. Edward Miglich, _______ r Mrs. Tina Bundich and Mrs. Roll-jthe"pui>H"c is inv"ted. will be held this evening by cub Cub Scout pack 37, sponsored by the asso-j hold a regul cialion, at the school, lo which i day evening stin. William Sayre. music instructor GUARD VOUtf VISION 251 Lincoln Way, W. TE 2-4190 Locally Owned, Operated MASSILLON OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIANS Complete Optical Laboratory Service It you like our type of service then consult us BEFORE you make an appointment to have your eyes examined. The next meeting will be heldj o f the Tuscarawas township Tuesday, April 17 at the 1 resi- school district of which the local! Billy Graham To *• V»«*. lT»Ki*t* 1. V5 lfi\Ji^ Mf%. JL » --^ "•"•* -* * cout Pack NO. 10 win; Appear On Kaclio fn^SoTSonl ^W YORK (AP)-NBC has school. Parents of the boys \ v iH announced that evangelist Billy ?j_ •!._ i _.• i i-T*a Vi am an A VITC rrrf\ur\ wr 11 ot\_ provide thc entertainment. dence of Mrs. Tina Bundich, 1109 Johnson st SE. BAILEY'S FLOWERS 1110 Lincoln Way, R tlione TEmpIe 3-8953 iGraham and his group will ap- o _ o _ o ipcar on its radio network as a The maypole had its origin j n sponsored program starting school is a part, announced that English villages of thc Middle! A P ril 22 a music festival will be held* Ages. April 30 at North school. Sayre' The announcement Friday marked a change in NBC policy. later directed the school's glee|bcrs by pupils of Mrs. Paul Rice's'Heretofore all religious programs club in several selections while• fourth and fifth grades. ! navc been sustained on thc net- demonstrating how the children! Mrs. Rice's room won the par-' vvor k on a noncommercial basis. have* been taught to sing harmony and provided piano accompaniment for several vocal num- ent count. Refreshments were! Thc Graham group will be served by eighth grade room mothers. Delta Guild To Have Guest Speaker heard on a Sunday scries from 10 to 10:30 p. m. The program. "Hour of Decision", will be spon- dies religious accounts. MRS. JOSYLINE GOODRICH will speak on thc topic "WorldI NBC said thc decision (n ac Travel" to Delta guild members of Central Presbyterian church Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. E. P. Garratl, 5055 West blvd, Lake Cable, Canton. Assisting hostesses will bc Mrs. Clifford Evans and Mrs. Wayne Foxx. An Easter basket of food will bc prepared for thc guild's needy 'fomily *t this tin*. cept thc Graham program on a tommcrcial basis was made after thc network's polling of member and affiliate stations, NBC did not disclose lio\v ninny tutions signed tor the program. FOR EASTER A Choice Assortment PLAINTS AND CUT FLOWERS Kalleker Greenhouse Mass. - Navarre Uoad TE 3-8774

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