The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 15, 1955 · Page 12
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 12

Sandusky, Ohio
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
Page 12
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IS THE SANDUSKY REOtSTEB-BTARMEWS Thnr'idsr. Dfrrmh^r IX, ISSS Girl Scout Leaders Association Marks Season Witli Dinner Party l| Tnusual decorations transformed the GiiM Scout, headquarters office into a beautiful setting for the L/eaders Association annual C)u-istmas party Wednesday icharlos HerzoR, Mrs. Viola Hover.' The affair KOI iindrrway wilh; ;VTr.s. Fred WoIIf, Mrs. Rii.i.sell' a pntliirk supprr. Cono.s painterl'Kromcr and Mr.s. Robert Martin ' to rpspmblc ("liri.<linas Irei','^ were Otiier present were Mrs. Au- individual place favors al ^^^^lZl?r -n'''^''V^^"°"ri^.^^^^^ ,, . , , , Rolland Busam, Mrs. Roiiert (imner table, with rtMl anrl green , ^„,^ j^,^,, Scherer. Mr.. \ t/jper.-; proxidinj; eandlchgbl. Albert Hartley, Mr.s. Robert Zim- hrislmas indhile.^ of stars andimorman, Mrs. W. 11, Morgan, i i«el.'< u<'re sii.Mirnded from (heiMis, H, R, Pr.itl, Mrs. .John! iliiit;. Smith. Mrs. Clarence Forrest. During the bii .Mnes,'^ session, it ,\rrs. Charles Leaser. Mrs. Wilis annouiucd that a training liam Keller. Mrs. M. R. Sharpe c; a ci! w rifinso for c ;iinp cniin .sellors will juiiisorcd b\- the ,'\merir ;in rtimpiiig ,\,'-soci;il inn In (.'lr\e- ; iirl Dec, 29. 'I 'hr lir ,idf|Liartors 0 fire \<?li make arranpeinent i n I crested in camtwree to be at Caniji Firelands in April \i ;i.<: also announced. Locally a training rourse is being planned for lead<'is of Brownie and Intermediate gioups after the first of the year. The group presented the f()r joaricrs tend inc.' .\ hbld ;ind Mrs. William .laeoh. Mrs. Jacob was chairman of the committee and was assisted liy Mrs. Richard Opp, Mrs. Ru.*-- •^eH Frnser. .Mrs. William Keller and Mrs. Viola Mo.\er. Reveal B^trotbal Of Area Couple Mr. and Mrs. AuRusf IL Weber, rural Bellevue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ver- Ciiristmas arrangement wliich jena Kathryn, to J. Robert Shaarda, centered the table to Mrs. Paulson of Mr. and Mrs. John Shaard/). • Kishcn. their pre.'^ident. Celeryville, :C,amc>^ of caids were enjoyed Miss Weber is a graduate of with awards going to Mrs. Hob-,Thompson High school and is em- •Tt: Wassner. Mrs. Charles I ployed by CockshuU P'arm Equip- Knoerle. Mrs. Richard Opp, Mrs.iment, Inc. I Mr. Shaarda is a graduate of • New Haven High .school and is em-j 1 ployed at the Pullman near Wil -i Hard. i Camp Fire Girls Cinderella Blue Birds from Osborne School met at the home of their leader, Mns. Ray Tittle. Dues were collected and the Blue Bird wish was given. The girls made Christmas Tree decorations from string. Carla Siegel was elected president; Marsha Zerbe, vice-president: Donna Weir, treasurer. Next week the group will make wash rag dogs. Loving Blue Birds of Barker School held an election when they met with Mrs. Thigh Dewey and Mrs. Bernard Niehm. Margaret Dewey was elected president: Maureen McRobbie, vice- pi-esident; Patty DeHenning, secretary; and Mary Jo Sengstock. treasurer. At the close of the business meeting the girls made Christmas table decorations. Campbell School Blue Birds met at the home of Mrs. Edmon Miller, assistant leader. An election of officers for December was held with Bonnie Barnhart being made president: Jan Stephens, \ ice-president; Lynne Eckhoff, secretary; and Kathy Wesnitzer, treasurer. The gjrLs made Christmas tree decorations using cookie cutters and clay. Next week they will paint them. Mrs. Roger Stephens is the leader of the g/'oup. Blue Birds of Holy Angel's School held an election of officers when they met at the school XKiih Mrs. Danny Beck and Mrs. Charles Curtin. Mary Ann Nath' WHS chosen president; Patti! Pluckhorn, vice-president; Susan .Maschari, secretary. Janet Lawrence, treasurer, and Kathleen Thompson, scribe. The girls di.s- cussed a Christmas project. The meeting was closed with games and a prayer. The meeting of the Calvary Blue Birds was bi'ought to order by the president, Bonnie Morc.\'. Donna Bohanan, treasurer, collected the dues. During the craft period the girls made Christmas trees out of red and green aluminum paper. The meeting was closed b\' the Blue Bird Wish and Song, .Mrs, Richard Fuller is the leader of the group, ! Odaka Camp Fire Girls elected officers when they met at the Kome of their guardian, Mrs, ,lames T, Gnw. Sherry lehle, was elected president; .loan Wendt, \ic:e-prc.>ident; Cher.\i Knapp. '•('cret ;ir>': Kllon Cow. treasurer: ;.iid H;;i'i )ar;i Strickler, scribe. The group then worked (Ui their ( jiistnias ii!f)jecl and discussed li.-iviiig a p;ul>, licfroshmenl FrlrtB'- Blleanor Chapter :i.3l OKS regular meeting and Christmas party. Masonic Temple. 7:30 p. ni. IMS Class of Trinity Methodist Church— Christmas part .N, Mrs..(tcorge Dussault. Huron .lunior Women s League—Christmas formal. Women's Civic Club, "Holly Ball." Plum Brook Country Club. Philadelphia Class of Trin- it.\ Methodist Church Christmas party, Mrs. Henry Cook, I62 .T Thoinas-st. (Jolden Age Club - Mid day pot luck, undercroft. \'i:.W p. m. McMeen Relief Corp,-;, ,\u.\- iliar\- to (iiand .\rni .N' of the Republic—gift exchange and luncheon. ,\meiican J^egion Hall. 2 p. m. Localites Have Roles In Salem Ceremony The Rev. T', L, Millar of Milan was in Salem Satiirdav, Dee, 10, to officiate at tlie wedding of Marjorie F, Willis of Salem and Co'nmbus and Air Force Staff Sergeant J, Arthur Hanson «. Midland Park, N. J. and Delray Beach, Fla. T'- minister's two daughters. Mrs. Cten> Moriotti and Mrs. .loseph F. Yost, .Ir. of .Sanduskv. were lost esses at the reception following the ceremonv, The\' wei'e aeci.mpanied to Salem by their husbands and all were guest.s of James Prohert. Mrs. Yost'.s and Mrs. Mariotti's grandfather. Military Wedding In Hawaii Unites JoAnn Nesenburg, Donald Weilnau N I Baby may rearh a plnfeau on II . weight-gaining and not gain a pound for several montlm. Its nr-rnlly nothing to fret about 'unless it goes on too hing or lie ow lix'ing in VVaikiki. Hawaii, fortricr Milan residents Z^'"'^'"' nr 1 I u II' 1 i i • u • r / NT ^^^'^ otherwise iiiihapny. Pfc. Donald L. wcilnau and his bride, of Nov. 14, New and Unusual HOLIDAY HATS Lnrpe scleclion Cilft Slips, Pa.(ama!i •nil NlirtilfM In rayon Jcrse.v, pastel colors $1.9% np <;if( Handbags Gift Ballet Hosiery Camp St. AHRENS' HAT SHOP Phoiif 4il4l» the former JoAnn Mcsenburq, will an especially romantic weddinq:. Their military ceremony ;ind reception was gi\en ! by the 2oth Division Honor (niarrl of which Pfc. Weil- nail is a membci'. Mam Post Chapel at Schofield Post, Honolulu, Hawaii, v.hrre Pfc. Weilnau is stationed, was^ the scllin.a for the youn.a couple's vows. Chaplain Chester R. Tiindsie officiaterl at the Nov. 14 nuptials at five!!^^ o'clock. '1^ Fscorled to the altar b^• Lieut. D! R. F:vans. fhe;|'^ bride was f;owncd in b ;illerina Icnctli nylon net over laf-',^')f f\-!ta. Her veil was shoulder le)ic;tli and she carried ^ %f bouniiol of while orchids and carnjHl ions. Ah 's. .lohn (Pjit.rici;)) W;nv| w ;i,'.; tri -'itron of honor .'U'ui h'^v liusi\'U'fl, l.iciit, .Inhn \V;irrl was bes' man. Tho bri'''p is I fie rbm^'htrr nf ^\v, and Mr.s, Hrni "v r-V-, }'TrsenhiiiT; fif" yiil'ii. wlin ;iro in 'i '-m.. (hn jinnm inemient. , 'T"' hi'idor,;room is the son of William Weilnau. also of ^v ^j;^ Mi bin, iVrf ave the incmnr.v of •^f0mSm >^ia >igmm&>msmSiS )imi Last Minute Gift Suggestions For yiie Family or Home Give The Gifi That Reflects Good Taste MIRRORS Shop from Our Complete Value-priced SelectionI Use bold daylight p- MT Olt COLORS coating & Spraying. When you Brush, ^^'^''^ " Chrislma» Tte«^ Idoal for GiU WraPP>ng_« ^ hid''r Parker Feted At Surprise Party pleasant-' \ small lighted tree centered iQ« the dining table where refresh-i '5); inents were served and Christ-j^^^ I mas gifts exchanged. 'Ni? .Judy Parker w a- pleasant- Miss Mary Ella Berkey vc-t.}< \]y surprised with a "theater eeived the guest award, 'party" gi\'en by her mother. Airs. Miss Parker received gifts from I Robert Parker, in honor oiiln. Mi.' .Tean Kox, /Xnne -Jv jher fifteenth birthda.s- aiini- Moore, Mary .lean Stamm, MeleiiiiVi? iversarv-, Wednesday evenini:, Stamm, .Sandra S [H 'igel, i\lar\: ' After the movie, the girls were l,ou Wilson. Vivian Thomas. Mrs .jl^^ Iguests at the Parkers" countrv Katherine Enfield, Mrs, (\ .l.lS-V/ ;home, "Rose Haven" on Bogart-'Klein. Stephen and Jeffrey Park- |?€?@f?€?€^?C'^S^ -rd. er and Miss Berkev. PAINT BY NUMBER IrclndpF, Canvas, Paint and Brushes. ETS PAINT CO. 236 E. Market St, Christmas is more tiiaii just a gleam in There's a Tparkle and glow too, in our bright world of fashions. Beautiful gifts that are certain to please every woman on your list. of litke and milk were ser\ed at the ('Jo~(' of ilio mceling, ^\^•| Han Ka Camp Kirc (iiils marie cards to put in L'lirislmas ));islvels for .Meniori;il Hospital. Tliey lield a tea for their mothers (Ml Siiiid.iy 1 )cc. 1 11 li from " to 4 al the EiiiinanucI Parish lloiisiv Mrs, .\. ('. Lewis and Mrs (.'laron t'oflmju) are the guaidi.iiis of the group. Katliy \'olt,' li'd ilie opciiiiig' nra.\ er of the O Ki Hi I'auipi Fire (iiiis. The ;j|iis tluMv \\ rapped (.'hiislmas presents torj their parents. Diiriim the business meeliim the KirU pl.aiined frir their t,'in e\(liaiii;e The iie,\t, meeiiiig will lie hi'ld ;ii the home of Carol Will Some of the gills olfi'ied to liilirj cookies, caiid\' and chips lor the p,irl,\ Mrs Carl Will and Mr.s Orlm \o|i/ ai 'e the ;^ii<ir(i i,in> tii I lie uronp f)nl.iiio Sriidol Blue Bird. s ;ing ('iiri.-l mas .^ini^s made Ulit.- when liiev nun wiili .Mi .s (.Jlen Delid and .Mr- ,1 \ Shcrei Om Ta H;i Wan K,i Camp hue Girls opened ilii'ir meeliim willi llie roll call and collection of dues. The girls diseuss (H .I mak- j,ug Chrislmas -;iits fin their mothei's, aiul liohlmg a lea, Mrs H. A. Fruiig and .Mis. Wni. I.of­ fer are tlie guardians of lhe| group. i Camp Fire (iiiis of Hol\ An-| gel's Scliool met with .Mrs, Rob-i ert Rengel, Each girl chose their Indian name and also picked Ihe name of 'la Wan Han Ka, wliich nieaiib "svillin:; lo under- Uike or atlemjJt to do difficult ihirics well." 'I'hej devoted tne rest of the meeting to games and plans lijr Chrisimas glli-s. (Lingertip fa.^liif]»ii.<^ for She'll be chamied for sure when \"u <^ive her a handful of rnas v.'iushe.s from our ^ift collection of .smart, new qlovos Cotrie SOP thom all! Choose irorn fine leathers, suede, cottons, wools in casual and dressy styles — e\'er>' color imacinahle. too. from $2.98 clajtiine ivooL^... You'll wear those wonderful wnols for many an afternoon occasion all during the holida\' season. A slim, sheer. \\ois;ed die .ss for day after da.\' wear. F'asli- ioned with flap poikels and linen trim at the neck. Size.s to Ifi. K'dvy and li.qht urex'. Tailored dress of wool Kasha witii summmL; lines, slot detail. In oatnteal or bUip. si.'.es to 18, $45.00 $45.00 iiii with a ifiiiiarl Wluitcci si/.o or .slia.oc she likes — wlialever color or Kitu 'ic. Ndii 'ro sure to please her with a Frankel handbftgt (';•,..(.->• h '-Mi line loatiieis, ele.i^anl fabrics and all 111 the ,s(>ason's prettiest styles. from Plus F M I. T M r \o more wonoennr, aln-'ut tjip n^lu si-e. sT,!r^ or pi'iivieriui; abriut a ,^itt lor ttie huru to please r )ei'!L,h. lior H Frankel Clift Certificate, * There's Christmas Joy In A Box From -l^\VmSm\\%lVa Peak Free At Reli Auto Wc»h

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