The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 14, 1955 · Page 9
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 9

Sandusky, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 14, 1955
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Grac* Church Junior League Notes Kappa E»a Group Annual Tradition At Festive Dinner fj,?ll Ev/n^' A holiday mood prevailed at the poliucit dinner party which brought members of Grace Church Junior League together in the undercroft ; • r traditional pre - Christmas festivities. Pretty paciiages and an assortment of tempting casserole* preparations, salads and desserts quickly added abundant variety to the rommlttee's dinner entree and pretty background decorations. The Rev. Hunsdon Cary, Jr., sskcd a blessing before the crowd wa.s seated at Iho U-shaped tabic. White styrofoam "gum drop" trees, were unique place favors, made by Mary Louise Thierry of llu; conmiittee. Evergreen bough.s, briKiit ornaments and tapers followed a red stripe through the tahh; cover. After the meal, Mrs. James ^'(•n(t, president, called on Mr. Thursday Newcomers Club—at Busi- Itess Women's Club, reception 12:30; luncheon I p. m. Better Alothers' Club- Christmas party, AMVETS club room.s. Child Chapter—Christmas polhick party, Mrs. Kennelli Smith, 612 Osborne-st, VrA:-). I^&D Club of Grace F.pi.«-- fopal Church — Christmas pai-ty. Rlootntnsville Cotiimuiiily Club—Christmas parl^. .Aincrican Loglon Auxiliary—Christmas party, club rooms. 8 p. m. Women of the Moose— Cliapter Christmas party, Log Cabin Inn, 6:30 p. m. Area Planning Commission—Perkins School. 8 p. m. Cii-cle Three of St. Paul I.ulhoraii Church, Christma.s parly, postponed. St. .lohn's Jr. Hi Kcllow- ship—tree trimmiiit! par'.\. (Jroloa Rangers Farm Bti- rcaTr Advisor.\' Cou nciI — Par- kcrlown Restaurant, Christmas party, 7 p. m. F'irelands Council of Camp Kire Girls—bnai'd—meeting Washington-bldg., 8 p. m. Busy Bee Club—Mrs. F. W. Gasteier, 2 p. m. VFW Past Presidents Parley—dinner at Cameo Supper Club, 6:30 p. m., followed hy Christmas party at Mrs. Leroy Stone's, First-sl. Postponed D. of I Triniiy Study Club party. Re-scheduled for Dec. 29. Wcii- Ross Root. Mrs. Cary. the Rov Kdwuid V\. .IOIICN fnid William K. Didclius. for brief jienuirks, Cai'ol .sintiiiit; wfi.s led by 'Mr. Jones, with Mr. IJidclius play ii.g the piano acconuianimcnl-s. I Distribution of aifts and Hwards to. games of Clu-istnuts bridge lliighliplited t>!c ialci- mcrrinu-ut. i Others present included .Miss i.Marjoric Lamb. Mrs. Carl Scliott. Mi '.s. ,lohn Lclirci-, .Mrs. Fred ;Didclius. .Mrs. William .Aslu-r ,Miss .'Ustina Heels. Miss Doiuui Carhsle. .Mrs. Don Tlioiiias. Mis, I'.clward [Sclieid,, Mrs. Richard Kcick. Mrs. 'lames A. NOunv,. Mi's. .lolm i.illic. Mrs. Ilunsdon C'ar.v, Mis. Mifrita Jane Brccliciscn. Mrs. Waller C Kerljer. Mrs. Helen K. Andres, .Mrs. John Bailey, Mrs Walter Bailey, Mrs. I,on I'ouinier. .Mrs Stuart (Josser, ,Mrs Itichnrd lies. .Mrs. John l^ier. Mrs. BlcKle.\. Mrs. .lames H. Helen W StumpI Mrs. Chiirlcs M. .Siiflon. Herbert (Jiiss. Mrs. (icorsc RonicM. i.Mr';. Pasi'hnl (loldcn. :\lrs. W. K. iSaiiT^on. Mrs. Ricliiird Pratt. Mrs. 1 Portia !•'. Clark, .Mi .'-s .Mane Sprau. |.Mrs. Ra.\ \V. Scliaofcr. Mrs. I:;isie Scheid. Mrs. .lames (1. .Moorr. .Mrs. Wiltierl C Scliucr. Mr^. ;(;arl Noiding. Mrs. l,oui->c N. I .Morton. .Mrs. Alden I'cirk ;in(l Iconimillcc inombcrs. .Mrs. (IcorRC Becker, cliairman. .Vii';. Kail Rin- derie. iMrs. ftay .Miscliler. .Mrs. .Allan Fisher. .Mrs. Wesley Till. Mis. William Mnscli and Miss Thicrrx' •.Mrs. 'I 'liuKins Sitilc .N'. i -o-cliairnian. assisted witli ad \aiuT pi ciuiral ions allliotigli she could not attend llic 1 party. Practical Gardeners Have Yule Party I Practical CJardcnrrs Club Christ- jma.s parl>- was hold at Iho liovnr jof Mrs, Freda Singler, 32'1 Fullou- ist. j Miniature corsaKOs made oi cvcr- irrecns \\ere place f.-nors al the dei'oraU'd lioli (i ;i,\ liiiirlicon labk. A u'ift cxcliaiiKo was pari ol Ihe social lioiii-. Alleiidinp liic adair ucio: .Mrs. •Vov(\ W. Hum. Jr.. .Mr^. K. H. Hanihlin. Mrs. .\. V. Ilcrold. .Mrs., v.. F. Kooiitz, .Mrs. (icoi'Uc .Miielil- bauser. .Mrs. DeWitt I., Owen. .Mrs. Lawrence .Scliell. .Mrs, l'"rcda jSingler. .Mrs. Frank /nrbncli and iassociale members. Mrs, Claude ;,Steadman and Mrs. John W. Way. Kappa Kta Chapter of Beta ,Sigma Phi met Moiulav niglii at the Sandii.<!k,\ Public f.ibrary and were taken on A tour b\- Miss .Marv .McCami. /Miss McCann showed the girls the \aiiou« rooms ill the librai\- and es- plaiiied the significance of each one. .\fler the enlighlning interlude members adjourned In ih- home of Marlhn Fcaga for a business meetinK .lanet PiUmi.«ion wa.i elected as \ ice-president and Jeannine Manning, corresponding secretar,\. It was also decided at the business iiii'oting. to acquire the services of cues! speakers throuszhout the \eai tor ciilturBl prosrams. The next meeting will be a Cliristmas pait\ at the home of .Anna Mariolfi on Dec. 19. at which lime the pledges will bring articles of food for the Christmas gift basket and gifts for e.\- chaiigc. Others attending were Peggy Tylei. .Vmia Mariotti. Lata Hitchcock. Nancy Milne, Paulette \\csterhold. and Connie Rittor. William Crckmans Not« Golden Date ;A< Open House Mr. and Mrs. William Krcit- man celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday. Dec. 12 by holding open bouse at their home, 405 Finch-,st, The jubilarlans have three daughters, fwent\-on grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Refershments were setwcd to guest,*: including: Mr. and .Mrs. REOISTER-STAR-NfWa 9 ««niJ ««kv, O.. t )fr. n. Sidney Bath, Gloria, Sidney. Jr.. and Donald: .Mr. and Mrs. William Ommert, Lair,\ and Robert: I Mrs. Dale Parent and Janice: .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aldrlch and, Virginia: Mr. and Mrs. Rolin Sprowl, Laurie and Gar.\: Mrs and Mrs. Walter Wilcox. Glen Sutphen. Steve. Sike and Richard Miller. KELLER Funeral Heni« Reasonable 3176 /rt /iabl« The sun shines on Saint Petersburg. Fla. an average of 'J80 da>s a \Par. IWANT ADS BRING RKSULTS Jefferson Studio Photo^raph .v hy .\orman Graht WEDDINGS—PORTRAITS 430 Decatur -sl. Ph, 4936—6597 —COMMERCIAL 2 ^]^JJit^ m/ikeA gift of 4 PLAID 'N' PLAIN SPORTSHIRT WARDROBE Itol/i fabulous Tempo collar tepi both the glad plaid and the sane plain in this fresh, new, washable iportshirt wardrobe of carefree, elever cotton and linen look rayon. So convertible .. . you actually make 4 shirts out of 2... the one-piece Tempo collar rolls softly into a CQsuol sportswear look . . . buttons crisply for "dress to impress." New Christmas Light colors in 2 merry moods. Gift-bex«d to9«th«r . . . S-M-ML-L. You g*f 2 lor $10.95, long sleevt. ^yer brothers ^ STOItB fOR MiM 219 Columbui Ave. 9 CALLER Finger touch on knob niop clock shii »,s alarm— no fumbllag for the control. .Antifiuc white case. Midnight (• OO blue dial. Luminous hands and numerals ^tAw LITTLE TEL Full.v luminous numerals on '.his popular low-priced alarm dock. Trim styling in Ivory color plastic .... TELEMAID Gleaming chrome color side panels with conventional gtyl» ing by popular demand. Styled in red, white and (» yellow W«*y OHIO^^^^% COMPANY 237 W. Washington Row Phone 12S Loungewear merry and right as a Christmas tree .. . sleepwear warm and cozy as an evening by the fire ... ready and waiting for your gift selection, to maice her after-Christmas dreams happy indeed. Choose now at Caryl Crane, the Merry Christmas Shop. % • " * j Cloud-iofi, cloud-lovely gown. trimmed to delight a feminme heatt Ctiy to care for nylon ih the ptattiett ihadet of pink powdsj oi whitt. 5i95 Send her off to dreamland on manv a night after Chrislma* in d dainty but >o durable nylon gown. 8.95 Thera 'i many • tlip htre... Here't dainty luxury dear to feminine hearli! They're frothed with lace . . . decked witli ribbons, flounced with permanent pleatf, « gC •r exquisitely Uiloie4 She loves to stay home in our toasiy-warm quilted lounging M QC let. Colortul and smartly ttyled. We've a dreamworld of the pretHesi poisiblt iU|>l**e they're charming, thay're frivolous—and they'r* practicdl to wa»h in a twinkling and wear tor n:dny a moon. $.9S

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