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December 15, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 13

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Salon's Colors Are Eff«etiir# lii t)ecor Fof 8 cmd 40 Event Red and whtte. colors of Eight •nd Forty Erie-co Salon 61 a, wpre used effectively In dccor- atlv details for the group's Christmas party at Rarone's Restaurant. A white sleigh and reindeers Centered the table and place ••vors .were reindeers, stamped With thte group 's emblem and tied with red ribbons inscribed with names of members Mrs. Mlbert; Blatt,, party chairman tr«tie the decorations. She was assisted by Mis. Earl Webster. After a gift exchange, mem- l ifs adjolUrned to the T^egio'n hWne where Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert, c'lapeau, conducted a short business meeting, reporting on thfe Povolr Marche she attendee In, Columbus. VFW Auxiliary Sets Party Date Forty-one member.^. inrhiditiR all officers of Ilio Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary were in attendance at a recent i:-spection and meeting. I\Irs. Helen Perkins, District No. 9 president, presented a tall? regarding projects of the district and department Auxiliary. Announcement was .lade of the Christmas party, Dec. 20 at 6:.10 p. m. and the i\e- business meeting .Ian. ^. Mrs. Charles Flettner presided during the business session when reports were given by Mrs. Walter Sheets on the District No. 9 meeting Sunday, Dec. 11; Mrs. Leroy Stone on the Mid-winter conference, and all local chair- roporls on their Progressive Club Observes Season At Double Affair Teachers Group Has Novel Program '^*»'»"»'«y. Q- Tht,t»,. D«e. 15. «»»»REQigTEH.gTAH .wiWt ii Colorful decorations graced the home of Mrs. G. D. Wallace, Milan, whet; members of Beta Epsilon chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma society met for their annual Christmas party. Liudsley assitod Mr,'!. Wallace. Others present were Mrs. W. E Weagly. Miss Thelma Toby, Mrs. Kari Wliinnory, Mrs. Ernest Perhamus, Mrs. Edwin White. Mrs. Herman Rail, Miss .lean Fos- mcn gave pro,iects. Mrs. Jeanette Evans is the captain of the membership drive. After dirnier at the Cameo Welcomed as new members were ^ ^,,^,1, ^v,,,|o^sd;.v nicht. Mrs. Harold Manberrv Mrs. Wil- , , Ham Limberios and' Mrs F,f]:jProgrrssiv(- Molht-rs ("hih went Tnuividual corsages of evergreens, tcr Mrs. M. .1. Render, .Mrs. Ed mnnd Hacker. jto the home of Mis. William cones and holly, were at eachjward L. Hnmer, Miss Elizabeth; During the social hour Mrs.jNewton H2H E Monroc-st for '^•'''^' wherei Keiham, Mrs. Roland Krohm, Miss Howard Mclntyre. h ai r m a n',,„,,,.-,. 'f„„,i,.i,j„,. j dessert was served. , Adele Kovanic. Mrs. Charles Down i assisted by Mrs. Edward Oswald.j p-,,,Vr,.'>in>"<>nf nnri „v,.h=.no« nfi Impromptu skits, carols or reclta-i ing Mrs. Robert Daniels, Miss Mrs. Clyde fJentry, Mi;s. Leo Walters, Mrs. Andrew Scott. Mrs. Robert Brown. Mrs. Lloyd Toon- rad and Mrs. Lewis Smith pre- •sented a short program and served the luncheon. Special awards were won by Mrs. Albert Vollmer and Mrs. Evans. GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITIES . Girl Scout Troop No. 22 held their Plans were made ji egular meeting at the Girl Scout Office Tuesday. After repeating Bionetary gift to Oak Ridge Saii- Itorium at Green Springs. Mis. Albert Royer, child welfare ehairman, is presenting a puppet doll for the children at tlie sanitarium. |Wrs. Carol Oyler and Mrs. Freda Ebner won game awards sittl the special award went to Mrs. Minnie Redding. Carol si^fiing concluded the evening. Others attending were Mrs. Ciifl Goodsite, Mrs. Harold Miller,; Mrs. Marc Freeman, Mrs. Peter Dahman, Mrs. Newton Zahn, Mrs. Hiram Huntley. Mrs. Marion Bailey, Mrs. Frank \^eller and Mrs. Wade Miller. Alumnae Assn. Of Good Samaritan Elects New Officers Mrs. Gus Hoffmani was elected president of Good Samaritan Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association at the Christmas party meeting which took place at her home. Others completing the slate are Miss Velda Fleming, vice-president; Mrs. Edward Volght, secretary and Mrs. Harold Good, treasurer. Assistant hostess was Mrs. Milton Zerbe who presided when re- -freshments were served from a table attractively decorated in Christmas motif. A gift ex- changa was a feature of the party. Others attemfTng Mere Mrs. Robert Wassner, Mrs. William Haynes, Miss Marjorie Lamb, Mrs. Ralph Funni, Mrs. Jack Higgins, Misa Marie Klafter, Mrs. George Bruick, Miss Emma Klafter, Mrs. Leonard Winkler, Miss Mildred Atkinson, Mrs. Robert Wilke, Mrs. Wesley Hire. Mrs George Musser, Mrs. Clarence Farschman and Mrs. Holland Scheid. the Girl Scout Promise, the minutes were read and dues taken. The girls made programs for the l^ions Club Auxiliary l.'jth anniversary dinner for the Society of the Blind. Su.san Traub, president, called the meeting to order for Troop No. 26 Tuesday. The. Pledge of Allegiance and the Promise were followed by the regular routine business. The Kirls worked on First Aid. Next week the troop will meet at the home of their leader, Mrs. Erickson. At their mociing last Tuesday Troop No. made invitations lor a Christmas party to which they will invite fheir molliers. During their craft period they worked! cn Christmas gifts. The Iroop ha.'? decided to pack a basket for a needy family. Brownie Troop No. 4 work on their Christmas gift tiieir parents wlien the troop met Monday. Thursday night the following girls enjoyed a Splash party at the Junior High pool: Patty Borsick, Susan Ludwig, Judy Baxter, Dorene Baxter, Linda Heitzer, Debbie Flnke, Joan King, Martha Wild, Peggy Zimmerman, Bonnie Gage, m.^ at Ontario School and opened their meeting by repeating the lUovvnie Promise. After the dues were coUeclcd the troop numerals were given out. Each girl told what slie wanted for ChnsUnas and til troop sang Christmas carols led by llieir leader Mrs. Laessle. The placques svhich the girls have been working on were given out for them to take home. Taps and prayer closed the meeting. Kathy I,ewis is the scribe for tliis week. Troop No. 40 welcomed two new Brownies, Sally Spayth and Taffy Sprow at their meeting this week. Mary Vaccaro was flag bearer and the two new girls served as color guards. The girls danced and then worked on their Dad's Christmas present. Troop No. 7, Senior Scouts, will hold their regular meeting Tuesday night at tlie Girl Scout Office, The girls will plan for fheir co-ed foiri' Wednesday at the Girl Scout Of- ifice the Leaders Association will hold their Christmas party and potluck supper. A short business meeting will be followed by games and entertainment. Tlie Girl Scout Office is gaily decorated with a Christmas tree which was kindly donated. Lead- further festivities. Entertainment, and exchange of Christmas gifts and late refreshments liighlighted the pleasant event. Attractive decorations added holiday atmosphere. Present at tlie dinner were Mrs, Francis Andres. Mrs, Homer Brady, Mrs. Austin Hoelzer, Mrs. Henry Keimer, Mrs. Clifford Meyers, Mrs. Ralph Saxer, Mrs, CJeorge Stephens, Mrs. Robert Strobel, Mrs. Norman Weaver, Mrs. CJerald Lulz, Mrs. Gene Brandlc, Mrs. Newton and Miss Ida Rose Bertolino, a guest. Mrs, Norbert Meliling .joined the group at the Newton home. The club will meet again .Ian. 11 at the homo of Mrs. Gene Hrandle. A panel discussion will feature tiu; pro.aram, be.Giiiiiingj at 8 p. ni. tions comprised the afternoon "variety show" presented by mem .\nnic Chadwick, Mrs. John Baxter, Mrs. Neil S. Jones, Miss Lucille hers. They performed according;Lynch, Mrs, Charles Southard. Mrs, to instructions on slips of paperjJohn Kercliner, Miss Mary Chad- released by puncturing a large wick Mrs, .Ml.iert Burdue, Miss balloon. ! Eliza Younsbury. Miss Sophia Pur- Hilarious highlight of the event '•ell. Mrs, Roy E. Allen and Miss came when a recording, which had Doris Crrnh!. been made secretly, was played! back Gifts were distributed byi /lll ^VPTQ Ati«#-n;,^*«* Santa to climax the yuletide cole HUXl'iary bration, Mrs, Alto Miller and Mrs, Ralph GIFT SUGGESTIONS LONG SLEEVE COTTON BLOUSES p^*"*'.. $3*98 LACE BLOUSES $5.98$7.98 from sizes 32 to 44 NYLON SUPS $3.98° $8.98 LAURA JONES DRESS SHOP 162 Columbus Ave. Phon* 831 Children's Charter Event Among Week Yule Celebrations Women's .Association of Providence Hospital will have a bake sale on Saturday, Dec. 17, at the hospital Gift Shop from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Combines Partv With Business Meet HAPPY BIRTHDAY Sally Peterson, B.llie Jean Feltneri^'"-^ of troops and the troops hold, „ , T, ing their meetings in the office and Becky Bowers. J' responsible for the ornaments For the flag ceremony of Iro^p decorating the tree !Vo. 14 Joyce Schlessman, Harjr+ ^ Ann Zeek, Deanna McVetta and Dianne Mauk took part. The girls are working on Christmas gifts for their parents and are planning a Christmas party. Brownies of Troop 1,5 are planning a potluck Christmas party. The girls worked on gifts for their fathers during the craft period. Thursday afternoon Troop No. 29 ^ TODAY—Dec. 15 Mrs. Lydia McGettigan, Sharpe Home, 93 Robert Lawrence McCarthy, ten Danny .loe Fresch, seven Irene Marie llemmer Holiday Sentiment Highlights Program For WSCS Circle 3 Circle Three of the Auxiliary of the WSCS of Trinity Methodist Church was the hostess of a dessert luncheon for the auxiliary Tuesday, Dec. 13, with 60 members in attendance. Mrs. William Miller and Mrs. G. H, Hammond poured. Mrs. George Bloomquist led devotions, using Peter Marshall','^ "feet's Keep Christmas" for her theme. Mrs. Edward Allinson, program chairman, entertained with a Loretta Young recording of the "Little Angel". Members then joined together in singing Christmas carols, accompanied by Mrs. Marcia Doyle at the piano. On Jan. 17 the Auxiliary will h" hoste.ss to the Norwalk Methodist WSCS at a luncheon party. Guest speaker for the occasion will be Miss Starkey, a missionary. MANNERS AAAKE FRIENDS Unless you want to take the chance of having .\our holiday party end in tragedy, be sure your guests are in fit condition to drive home. The wise host and hostess arrange for others to drive over- celebrating guests home. And, of course, they serve coffee as the "one for the ruad." WANT ADS BRING HKSULTS f ATSr SAYS: Modern stoker ownerj are fussy about coal, 'The smart ones uie Patiy, It 's clean, full of heat and •4sy lo tend. 0*4u Patty Ce«l Today SMITH COAL CO. HEATING & PLUMBING SOS £. Wdshington St. PHONE 312 WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS /or Hats and Handbags it's BAMBERGER'S PLEASE THE ONE YOU LOVE WITH THESE GIFTS Jii.st out of tlie iiackin^; — now hats, new in btjlinys — new in materials. $2 -95 $^.95 $1 g .95 YP.<, we did iiTt'Uf uuire luuidliags. l^'or L-asiKil ini- cirus.--, lor party, E\t'iythiiie ticiMi tluu-h to .^iKUikifj- stri.p,'^. $ j $2 $3 $4 95 $|95 $^ g .95 Plus Fed. Tax 2 STORES 228 - 232 W. MARKET ST. Children's Charter Molliers' Club was anioiiK the many groups holding Christmas pjirties '.his week, j Setting for the Dec. 12 affair! was at tlie liome of Mrs, .lanicsi Knapp, A Christmas welfare project, was outlined, (James and a gift exchange were followed by festive refreshments served at a pretty holiday table where Mrs, Howard Ziemke and Mrs. Cecil Cronenberger presided. Others attending were Mrs, John Bettiidge, Mrs. Jospch! Bschorr, Mr.s. Donald Coe, Mrs,! James Donahue, Mrs, Albert! Fehr, Mrs. Robert Gagen, Mrs. Albert Ifampe, Mrs. Albert Hess, Mrs. Victor Malinovsky, Mrs. Vincent Madama, Mrs. Glen Maus, Mrs. Glen Rehfuss, Mrs. William Smith; Mrs. Alex Souter, Mrs. Richard Speir. Mrs. Karl Mrs. LeRoy Stone will entertain members nf Past Presidents Parley tonight at her home on FIfth-st after the frroup has a six-thirty dinner party at the Cameo Supper Club. .Mrs, Frank White, .Mrs, John Hartley and .Mrs. Donald Stout were the luncheon committee host- isses for the AiMVF-TS .Auxiliary :to Po.st 17. when the group met j Monday, Dec. 12 for a combined i business session and Christmas, party, including a gift exchange. ' Mrs. Karl Patvt received thei membership award and Mrs. WHiite' the attendance award. ' First meeting of the new >ear will be Jan. 9 in the post club' rooms. I DUSTERS — Quilted $6.98 Krinkle Crepe & Nylon $3 .98 Large Selection of SLIPS, $2 .98 $7 .98 Sizes up to 52. LEOPARD JEWELRY EARRINGS — PINS — BRACELETS $1.00 each •^PLUS MAkY 6TrikR IDI!AL GIFT ITEMS" WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS OPEN FRIDAY 8e SATURDAY TILL 9 P. M. YVONNE'S HAT & GIFT SHOP 161 COLUMBUS AVE. PHONE 599 Huron Garden Club will have its annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Grace Morse, on Friday, Dec. IG. Luncheon at I p. m. will be followed by a Christmas prorram and Rift exchange. Mrs. Frank Decmer, Mrs. Henry Hahn and Mrs. F. E. Reed comprise the committee. Steuk. Mrs. Jolin Weisr-and-Mi -Srl-«"PPer Party Thursday, Dec. Modern Priscilla Club will meet Saturday, Dec. 17 at the home of Mrs. C. C. Sargeant, P a 11 o n-Tract-rd at 1:30 p. m. Bloomingville Community Club will have Us Yuletide Ellsworth Roy. 29, at Oxford Grange. THE ALOHA SHOP PRE-HOLIDAY SALE CONTINUES TODAY, FRI. & SAT. 50% OFF ON ALL DRESSES FREE GIFT WRAPPING • FREE PARRINO OPEN EVERY EVENING TILL 9 TILL XMAS HAYES AT O.SBORNE PHONE 7528 CRCSEY'S . . GIFTS FOR THE HOME g/ve one of ihese new GOSSIP BENCHES ' complete with built-in chair .... it's the latest. as low as ^32^0 brand new too, is this Swivel Occasional Chair of tubular bra.ss with curved padded back and padded round seat. $18.95 in the area's largest assortment TABLE LAMPS $5.95 up CARP TABLES as low as $4^75 POKER TABLES 8 place . . . recessed wells $49.50 MAPLE BOOK CASE BED $34.50 MAPLE NIGHT STAND with drawer and, shelf $14.00 HOLLYWOOD BED FRAMES S 8.95 UPHOLSTERED HEADBOARDS .wash- ^3^95 Brass nail trimmed in assorted colors able plastic FOR THE KIDDrES They'll enjoy MAPLE or BIRCH ROCKERS only il7.95 Dolly Buggies $9.95 to $17.95 Just Arrived! Smart STEP TABLES In Limed Oak or Mahogany $12.00 many are ihe Ml«cllona In our big stock of Chairside, Lamp, Cocktail, Corner, Step and Picture Window Tables Thon too Wrought Iron STEP TABLE with ^ ^ nB Formica S j Q'*' top • V 4 KING SIZE TWIN HEAD BOARD $79.50 Coaiplclc wiih bwuig away twin frames MODERN KNEEHOLE DESKS $44.50 80 inche.s wide lu.xiiriously upholstered 111 limed oak matching chair coiiipleie with PICTURES beautiful art work m a wide selection. $1.25 up A SMALL DOWN FAYMliNT WILL DELIVER ANY ITEM BEFORE CHRISTMAS nil: XKUvCRlJSEY'S WHERE PRICES ARE LOWER GUts Galore ON WASHINGTON ROW NEXT TO KROGER'S On The First Floor

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