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PERSONAL MENTION -THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWS—WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER i, 1141 MUSIC I'.y .T .i .aTars Society Events of City and Vicinity JEAN THOMAS and ELLEN WALRATH, Editor*. Phone Main 28. FASHIONS CLUB ACTIVITES I Wedding of Betty Kautz To Robert McDowell Is Solemnized This Morning The marriage of Miss Betty Kautz, daughter of Carl Kautz, R. R. 3, Sandusky, to Robert, McDowell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William McDowell, Willard, was solemnized this morning at 11 o'clock 1n the rectory of SS. Peter and Paul's Church with the Rev. Karl Burger officiating. The bride wore a defense blue street dress with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of yellow roses. A heart-shaped locket was a gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Miss Jeanne McDowell, sister of the bridegroom, was in black and white. She had a shoulder corsage of pink roses. The bridegroom was attended by Robert Kautz, brother of the bride. The bridegroom's mother wore a black dress and a shoulder corsage of red roses. A wedding dinner at the Kautz home followed the ceremony. Table decor.-it.Vns were in pink and white and fall flowers formed the center-piece. Later the couple left on a eastern motor trip and upon their return will reside on Campbell-st. Among the recent parties for Mrs. McDowell was a twilight dinner given Tuesday evening by Mrs. Josiah Sargeant and Mrs. Jane Durant of Cleveland at the Sargeant home on the S. Patten- Tract-rd. In contests after the dinner Miss Lucy Ann Marshall, Miss Dorothy Deitz, Mrs. Ed Wood and Mrs. Rolland Hoffman were fortunate. The guests also wrote a message, which was sent by the China Clipper to Miss Florence Sargeant who is at the Aiea Hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. Those attending the party included: Mrs. Ed Wood, Cleveland; Mrs. Paul Andrews, Mrs. Tom Berryman, Bellevue; Mrs. Rolland Hoffman, Mrs. Anna Hoffman. Mrs. John Beatty, Mrs. Ray Marshall, Mrs. Frank Loos, Miss Lucy Ann Marshall, Bloomingville; Mrs. Lewis Felske, Mrs. Carl Mitchell, Castalia; Mrs. William Deitz, Miss Dorothy Deitz, Mrs. Earle Sargeant. North Monroeville; Mrs. Clay Blancke, Miss Dorothy Hood, and Mrs. Wilson Puckrin, Sandusky. Meet of Congregational Church Women's Association Is Friday The Women's Association of the First Congregational Church will hold its monthly meeting Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the church. Guest speaker at the session is to be Dr. Fred L. Hall of Cleveland. Dr. Hall is state superintendent of Congregational Church­ es in Ohio. Several vocal solos will also be present by Nellie Bailey Miller. Preceding the program the association will have a routine business meeting. Refreshments will be served, at the close of the afternoon. Members of Circle No. Two will be hostesses for the session. Linen Shower Given Recently In Honor Of Mrs. A. McFarlin An informal party and linen shower was given recently in honor of Mrs. Arthur McFarlin, formerly Dorothy Laurence, by her mother, Mrs. Leo Laurence, 618 McDonough-st. Miss Irene Freeman and Mrs. John McFarlin were winners of high score awards in the evening's cootie play. Later many lovely gifts' were presented to the honored guest and a luncheon was served. Those attending the shower included: Mrs. Casper Lieb, Mrs. Charles Wagner, Mrs. Arnold Anson, Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. Allen Steffenhagen, Mrs. Arnold Lieb, Mrs. Alvin Licb, Miss Mary Tom, Miss Esther Hanson, Miss Ruth Wagner, the Misses Virginia and Phyllis Laurence, Miss Marjorie Kenne, Miss Irene Freeman, Mrs. John McFarlin and Mrs. Virgil Steele of North Fairfield; Mrs. Jack Baker and Miss Thelma Blinzley of Norwalk. Modern Priscilla Club Meet Is Friday; New Calendar For Year Announced Women's Civic Club Has Meet Tuesday Night; Plans Party The Women's Civic club met in regular session Tuesday evening at the Business Women's club, Wayne-st. Featuring the evening's program were talks given by Mrs. P. F. Deener and Mr. Odgers, representing the Halle Bros. Co., on the topic "Fashions for the Home", and a short address on the new tax levy, presented by John Kerchner. During the business session 13 new members were admitted to the organization. Tea service closed the evening with Mrs. William Williams and Mrs. Lloyd Beuthel presiding at the serving table. Plans were also made to hold a card party at the Elks club, E. Adams-st, on Thursday. Nov. 6th. The club's next regular meeting is scheduled for Nov. 11th with Miss Mary Louise Thierry as committee chairman in charge of arrangements. Mrs. W. A. Carnes Leaded last night's committee and others serving were: Mrs. Ralph Dutton, Mrs. James Deffenbaugh, Mrs. Herbert Wilkins, Mrs. Homer Brady, Mrs. Donald Merkle, Mrs. Mary Lc- Gron, Mrs. Dorwin Laessle, Mrs. Geupuld McWane, Miss Esther Miner. Miss Helen Nicholson, Mrs. Irvin Klee. The Modern Priscilla club will begin its new calendar year with a meeting Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. D. D. White. The session will be opened with the club's singing of "America." A paper dealing with the discoveries of the Norsemen, Columbus, Vespucci, the Cabots, Ponce de Leon, Coronado and De Soto will be given by Mrs. Clifford Love. Other topics on the program will include "Echoes from the Lakeside Federation" by Mrs. Anna Brookner and Mrs. J. E. Bragg and "My Latest Trip (Historical Places of lnleresO"by Mrs. Louise Linn. Mrs. Gaston Mitchell will be crilic for the meeting. Officers who will begin their year's term Friday are: Mrs. George W. Parker, president; Mrs. William F. Schacfer, vice president; Mrs. N. P. Neill, secretary; Mrs. Carrie Swander, treasurer. Members of the executive committee are: Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Bragg, Mrs. J. C. Sargeant and Mrs. Neill. Mrs. Florence De La- matre is delegate to the Erie-co Federation and Mrs. Bragg is pianist for the club. Members of the organization are: Mrs. J. E. Bragg, Mrs. G. D. Beatty, Mrs. Anna Brookner, Mrs. Florence De Lamatre, Mrs. Marietta Goebes, Mrs. Clifford Love, Mrs. Louise Linn, Mrs. Gaston Mitchell, Mrs. N. P. Neill, Mrs. John Olcott, Mrs. George W. Parker, Mrs. C. C. Sargeant, Mrs. J. C. Sargeant, M r s. Carrie Swander, Mrs. William F. Schaef- cr, Mrs. D. D. White, Mrs. G. W. Waldock and Mrs. H. C. Zellner. The club's program for the remainder of the season follows: Oct. 31 Hostess, Mrs. J. C. Sargeant. Roll call, current events. Song, "I Love to Tell the Story", the club. Book review, Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Music, Earle R. Sargeant. Nov. 21 Hostess, Mrs. Gaston Mitchell. Song, "Star Spangled Banner," the club. "The Historic North East," Zella Bragg. "The Hudson. River," Dora White. Dec. 12 Hostess, Mrs. J. E. Bragg. Roll call, Christmas thoughts. Song, carols by the club. "Star Spangled Christmas," Nell Sargeant. Music, Norma Mitchell and Marylin Brown. Gift exchange. Jan. 2 Hostess, Mrs. George D. Beatty. Roll call, current events. Song, "Battle Hymn of the Republic," the club. "Boston," Susan Olcott. "Washington Art Gallery," Nettie Beatty. Jan. 23 Hostess, Mrs. Clifford Love. Song, "Home Sweet Home," the club. Speaker, John D. Bragg. Music, Alice Bragg. Critic, Anna Brookner. Feb. 13 Hostess, Mrs. George W. Parker. Guest day. Valentine exchange. March 6 Hostess, Mrs. Florence De La­ matre. Roll call, current events. Song, "America the Beautiful," the club. Speaker, Dr. S. James Kashian. Music, Norma Mitchell. March 27 Hostess, Mrs. Marietta Goebes, Song, "Wearing of the Green," the club. "The Potomac River" and "The Shenandoah Valley," Myrtie Schaefer. Music. Nettie Beatty and Louise Linn. April 17 Hostess, Mrs. Nelson Neill. Roll call, current events. Easter songs by the club. "Northwest Gateway (Seattle)", Elsie E. Zellner. "Possessions: Virgin, Guam, Hawaii, Canal Zone, Porto Rico, Midway," Carrie Swander. Critic, Myrtie Schaefer. Mav * Hostess, Mrs. William F. Schaefer. May breakfast at 11:30 o'clock. Song, "Onward Christian Soldier," the club. Suggestions for next year's study. Reading of the constitution. Election of officers. Payment of dues. Plavlot. May 29 Hostess, Mrs. C. C. Sargeant. Roll call, current events. Song, "Home, Homd on the Range," the club. "The Rugged North West," Norma Mitchell. "The Alps of America" and "The Ozarks," Marietta Goebes. "The Sub-Deb and the Glamour-Puss," Clara Neill. June 19 Hostess,. Mrs. Carrie Swander. Song. "Flag of the Free," the club. "An Account of Flags in the U. S.", Anna Brookner. "The Great Seal," Dora White. Reading, Marylin Brown. June 27 Hostess, Mrs. George W. Parker. Anniversary. Committee, Kathryn G. Parker, Zella Bragg, Mayme D. Sargeant, Clara Neill. July 10 Hostew, Mrs. H. C. Zellner. Roll call, current events. Song, "How Firm a Foundation," the club. "North West Cloud-Scrapers on Parade: Rainer, Shasta, St Helena, Adams, Hood, Baker, Lassen," Mayme D. Sargeant. Musle, Joan and David Zellner, Critic, Susan Olcott. July 31 Hostess, Mrs. John Olcott. Song, "I Cannot Sing the Old Songs," the club. "San Francisco," Louise Linn. "Incredible Yosemlte," Florence De Lamatre. August 21 Hostess, Mrs. Louise Linn. Roll call, current events. Song, "Lead Kindly Light," the club. Speaker, Mrs. C. E. Swanbeck. Music, Zella Bragg and Louise Linn. August 28 Pilgrimage to Fort Meigs at Perrysburg. Sept. 11 Hostess, Mrs. Anna Brookner. Song, "Blest Be the Tie," the club. "The Last Port (San Diego)," Nell Sargeant. Music, Norma Mitchell. Miss Florence Brushaber Is Honored With Party, Shower Held By Two Hostesses Here MISS FLORENCE BRUSHABER, whose marriage to John E. Schreiner will be an event of Thanksgiving evening in the Little Church Around the Corner, New York City, was guest of honor Tuesday evening at an informal party and personal shower given by her sisters, Mrs. Jack Darby and Mrs. Edgar Faulkner at the Darby home on Ogontz-st. Bridge and cootie were the diversions of the evening with high score trophies going to Miss Sally Maschari and Mrs. Blanche Ter- bille. At close of play a delicious luncheon was served with table decorations in pink and white and a centerpiece bouquet of snapdragons and dahlias. Guests attending the party were: Miss Sally Maschari, Miss Betty Welschenbach. Miss Muriel Brushaber, Miss Dorothy Kenne, Miss Virginia Michel, Mrs. Fred Brushaber, Mrs. Blanche Terbille, Mrs. Edward Kershaw, Mrs. William Ehrnsberger, Mrs. Frank Wilk, Jr., Mrs. Glenn Ruh, Mrs. Elroy Lutz, Mrs. Alex Kuzell, Mrs. Norbert Sherer, Mrs. William Abele, Mrs. Dean Radcliffe, Mrs. Clifford Wiliest, Mrs. Joseph Braunstein, Mrs. Elmer Brushaber, Vermilion; Mrs. Charles Syllaba, Cleveland. Mrs. Peter Higgins Is Hostess At Current Review Club Session A regular meeting of the Current Review club was held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Peter Higgins on Columbus-av. Mrs. Lloyd Beuthel, president of the organization, conducted a routine business session after the meeting was opened. For the program later Mrs. John Kerchner reviewed "Spring Symphony" by Eleanor Painter. Mrs. Kerchner read a personal letter from the author and played recordings of compositions by Schumann 'about whom "Spring Symphony" is written. Mrs. W. A. Carnes, Mrs. C. L. Evans and Mrs. Paul Roberts were guests of the club at the meeting. St Cecelia Auxiliary To Entertain On Sunday For District Meeting St. Cecelia Auxiliary members will entertain here Sunday for a meeting of district five. The session is to be held in Odd Fellows hall and will begin at 2 o'clock. Auxiliaries to be represented at the meeting are St. Ann's of Norwalk, Madonna of Kelleys Island and St. Joseph's of Tiffin. Committee members for the af­ fair are: Mrs. Sarah Brown, Mrs. Clara Baier, Mrs. Stella Gorman, Mrs. Anna Casper, Mrs. Abbie White, Mrs. Ella Herb, Mrs. Stella Burke, Mrs. Anna Good, Mrs. Minnie Scherer and Miss Anna Bender. All reservations are to be In by Friday morning and they may be made with any committee member. AN ECONOMICAL DISH! YOU El/£Z A7£ / RECIPE— Wipe 4 lbs. lean beef (inexpensive cut) with damp cloth and place in bowl. Combine 1 tbs. salt, 1 medium onion, sliced, 2 bay leaves, 1 cup light brown sugar, 1 cup Heinz Cider Vinegar, VJ cup Heinz Tomato Ketchup. Pour over meat. Cover and let stand Vi hour, turning once. Lift meat from liquids, drain and brown in lightly greased deep pan. Add liquid! in which meat stood. Cover. Cook meat slowly 2 hours, turning it occasionally. Thicken sauce with flour and water, blended to smooth consistency. Serve hot —or slice and servo cold. * * * Inexpensive Moatt Taste Twice As Tempting When You Heighten Their Savor With The Homespun Richness Of Thick, Spicy Heinz Tomato Ketchup; It's So Concentrated A Little Goes A Long Wayl PEPS UP COOKM0 M ADE to an old farm recipe prized for generations— and cooked with homelike care — Heinz Tomato Ketchup adds unusual flavor and flair to dozens of everyday dishes. For it's a mouth-watering concentrate of choice imported spices, Heinz Vintage Vinegar and freshly harvested "aristocrat" tomatoes. Mix a little in gravies, stews and omelets. And keep a bottle of Heinz Ketchup on the table! It lends chops and fish a down-home flavor folks relish! I C-55J HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP Review To HoX3~ Supper-Meet On Friday Evening A six o'clock pot-luck supper will precede the regular meeting of Reeves Review, No. 9, W. B. A., to be held Friday evening in the Knights of St. John club looms, instead of the G. A. R. hall. The supper committee includes Mrs. Mary Stein, chairman, Mrs. Kate Curtis and Mrs. Emma McMillan. The business meeting will follow the supper, at 7:45 o'clock. Several important matters are to be discussed at the session. Games will be arranged for play at the close of the evening. * * * Meeting Held By Auxiliary This Tuesday At the regular business meeb- ing of the Ephpheta Auxiliary, held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. George Casper, Ful- ton-st, the president, Miss Anna Bender, appointed her committees for the coming year. The committee membership follows: sick committee, Mrs. William Good and Mrs. Casper; membership, Mrs. Joseph Braeunig, Sr., and Miss Clara Eschenauer; publicity, Miss Mildred Busam. A pot-luck supper will be held during the social meeting on Sunday, Oct. 19. Miss Florence Martin, Miss Clara Eschenauer and Miss Mildred Busam to be in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Munce, McDonough-st, will be hostess to the group at a card party in her home next Monday evening. The November business meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. William Good. W. Monroe-st. A social hour and refreshment service closed last evening's session. Memorial Auxiliary Holds Supper-Meet The Memorial Hospital Auxiliary held a pot-luck supper Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Bruno Kunzman, E. Madison-st. A short business meeting followed and sewing was done during the remainder of the evening. * * * Farewell Party Compliments Mrs. Edwards Mrs. Lillian Edwards, who leaves in the near future to-make her home in New York City, was guest of honor at a farewell party given recently by a group of office associates at the Periodical Publishers Service Bureau at the home of Miss Adelaide Tremper, 1810 W. Monroe-st. Games were played at the affair with awards going to Mrs. Edwards, Miss Gerry Dolan, Miss Senara Swanson, Miss Virginia Dellasantina, Miss Mary Ellen Kaiser, Miss Jean Harter, Miss Peggy Alberts, Miss Mary Scales and Miss Jene Frank. Others attending the party were: Miss Alice Adamson, Miss Ruth Stauffer, Miss Norine Woodland, Miss Shirley Weitzel, Miss Joyce Knerr and Miss Marian Schoenegge. Trinity Study Club To Hold Meet Thursday Evening; New Calendar Is Released Mrs. James Fitz will be hostess Thursday evening at 8 o'clock to members of the Trinity Study club for their first meeting of the 1941-42 season. Mrs. Anthony Pfefferle will be leader for the session and Miss Gertrude Chamberlain will present a paper on "Christ's First Miracle." The roll call at all meetings will be answered with current topics. Miss Melina Thiebert is president of the club. Mrs. Harry Den- zcr is vice president and Mrs. Pfefferle, secretary-treasurer. The club members include: Mrs. Henry Bates, Mrs. Frank Burke, Miss Gertrude Chamberlain, Mrs. Harry Denzer, Mrs. James Fitz, Mrs. William Huth, Miss Mayme Miller, Miss Melina Thiebert, Mrs. Raymond Riedy, Mrs. Austin Schnell, Mrs. Arthur Moosburger, Miss Leonette Holtz, Mrs. Anthony Pfefferle and Mrs. Sylvester Mantey. The membership committee composed of Miss Chamberlain, Mrs. Denzer, Mrs. Pfefferle and Miss Thiebert met recently at the 'home of Mrs. William Huth on Central-av and outlined the complete program for the year which is as follows: Nov. 13 Hostess, Stella Denzer. Leader, Melina Thiebert. "Christ's First Pasch," Bernetta Pfefferle. December Christmas party. Hostesses, Louise Riedy. Loretta Huth, Bernetta Pfefferle. Jan. 8 Hostess, Stella Burke. Leader, Marie Fitz. "Christ in Galilee," Mayme Miller. March 12 Hostess. Mayme Miller. Leader, Louise Riedy. "Christ Again in Galilee", Helen Schnell. April 9 Hostess. Helen Schnell. Leader, Mayme Miller. "Christ in Capharnaum," Marie Fitz. May 14 Hostess, Lucille Mantey. Leader, Stella Denzer. "Christ in Pagan Lands," Stella Burke. Jane 11 Spring party. Hostesses, Gertrude Chamberlain, Lucy Bates, July Picnic. Hostesses, Lucille Mooi- burger, Leonette Holtz. IMPRESSIVE BAGS— DOZENS OF THESE STRIKING VALUES! $2. to $12.50 Others $3.50 Every style is so sturaiing... .and so unusual that you'll find' it hand to choose! Y>cur choice of several different styles in beautiful frames.... pxquisite interiors... .some with zipper pockets' Pretty capeskims m black, brown or turftan. 4 LUXURIOUS FURRED HATS The Vojrue of the moment... .a glorious furred Hat. The smartest women in town have ch'jsen these as a compliment to their fall wardrobe.... and the smartest women into town came to Frankel's for the most glamorous Furred Hats in America! iiiilliil^iliil FASHION'S FOOTNOTE NEW "LONGIES" OVER-THE-KNEE HOSE! Beautifully colored "Link's" design in mercerized cotton "hose. Popular "Longies" that are tak- ing'the Campus crowds by storm — can be worn nicely with tweeds and other Fall and Winter fabrics. pr. . Red r. Navy * Wine Sport Anklets and knee- length hose too! Can be obtained in all the pretty pastel colors and solids. All sizes. 29 c up TheWM. S. FRANKER.

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