The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 16, 1955 · Page 8
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December 16, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 8

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THE tAMOUaity neOtSTER .STARNEWS dffiMn Of SYC Ladies Auxiliory Oiv* Coloriul Parly At Year's End I I final event of the year for tU^iles' Auxiliary' of Sandusky Yacht Club uas a beautiful luncheon and Christmas party in tfie club lounge Thursday after' The event marked the con-|.lames iQusimi of a year which has secniB'eick, btil^ t^mtndw jSS. Petor, Paul Society Program Has DUV Tmi R «-«l«cti Keep Christ In Christmas" Theme W. S«l9wlck Snyder, Mrs. Harry Muslin, Mrsj L. William Shnw. Mrs. T. F,' Erick.son, Mrs, J. A. Krutso, Mrs! R. Guy Echols, Mrs, K, H. Wallace, Mrs. Karl H. Kibbee. Mrs,; Theodore Grnetz, Mrs. Hoss Hick-: ley, Airs. M. II. Senimons, Mrs .i A. Young, Mrs. Alden Mrs. Harold Swier -nga. increased membership and steadyj Mrs, J, E. Carroll. Mrs, Ed progress under the regime of Andre.s. Mi-s. Richard Hoffman. Mrs. H. E. Ford, president, and Mrs. Ed Gundladi, Mrs. Lcon- Hcr group of officers. ard Kirtz, Mrs. George llciler, Adding beauty to the gracious'Mrs. Ed Fclck. Mis. Paul Kob- mirroundlngs, special Christmasjerts, Mrs. Prank Hohler. Airs, time adornment consisted of ever-'Richard Hohler, Mrs. H, T. Mrs.^ Mr.s, green swags around the fireplace, sprays of magnolia leaves. Hunter, Mrs. Jolin Parker, Eail Seilz, Mrs. Fred \Viehn. and glittering red and gold orna-,Robert Montgoincry, Mr.s. Rich- ments. Small centerpieces of red ard Fuller, Mrs, Harry W hitford. and gold with greens were on j Mrs, J, R, Sahlor.s. Mr.s. Leo each of the tables where luncheon'Schorger, Mr.s. Loui.s Schullz. Jr. Mas served and card games fol-jand Mrs. H. E. Ford lowed after a gift exchange. | The delightful party was Those present were Mrs, Harry planned by Mrs. Ford. Mrs. Greene, Mrs. Herman King, Mrs. Schultz. ./r., .Mr.s. .Schorger, Mr.s. William Powell, Mrs. Robert Jud-Sabier.s and Mr.s. Whilforri. whoi .son. Mrs. William Harbrecht. Mrs.!exiled from official dirties for Ihr' Gene Perrj', Mrs. Glenn Pore. 1955 term when the event came. SATURDAY Sunshine Society, annual Chri.sfmas parly for Erie-cn home men and women, 1:30 p. m. Modern Priscilla C 1 u b— Christmas program and gift cvchange. Mrs. C. C. Sargeant, Patton-Tract-rd, 1:30 p. m. Newcomers Club - - children's Christmas party, Busi- ne.ss Women's Club, 10 a. m. to 12 noon. Erie-co Volture, 40 et B— Christmas parly, American Legion home, 8:30 p. m. Ladies Social Club of United Commercial Travelers -Christmas party, Business Women's Club, 6:30 p. m. American Legion Au-xiliary Juniors—Christmas part y, Legion club rooms. Women's A .s s o c i atlon of Pro\idcncc Hospital — bake sale, hospital gift shop, 11 a. m. until 4 p. m. Bethel 18, Order of Job'.s Datighter.s—regular meeting Mo be followed by Christmas pnrlx- and gift exchange) Masonic Temple, 1 p. ni. . . ;—7T', TT^, — . . « Walter Sedgwtck was re- Greatest Gift,' a playlet James Quiller, Mrs. John Baronc. „i„„,„^ ,„ „„ .i f • ' by Mrs. Claude Stead- Mr.s. Don Zimmerman. Mrs. Betty t^'*" Our 'written man, former president of the or- Miller. Mrs. Josephine Ceiilorbi, ganization, was a special high- Mrs. Paul Christiansen and Miss light of the year 's final meeting Joan Arbeit, angels and shep- jfor the Altar and Rosary Society herds. , i - ,„ ,. „ 'of .SS. Peter and Paul Church.^ When r e f r e s h m c n t s were' y -'^-W.#lall. Mrs. William Huth, Sr. pre- served in the new caferteria.' Others elected to serve for Mrs. John Schreiner, Mrs. Elmer Mayer, Mrs. Howard Zehncr, Mrs. James F. Smith. Mrs. R. G. Menefee, Mrs. Wllbert G. Schwer, Mrs.! L. R, Mylander, Mrs. Carl Voltz, jMrs. Frank S. Hafner, Mrs. Ray F. Speers. Mrs. Wllford Selte, Mrs. Ralph ter post. to a close. With the arW\al of the new year. Mrs. Schullz will step into the office of piT .sident from that of vice-president, Mrs. Sabiers will take on the program chairman's responsibilities of the lal- Providence Cafeteria Scene Of Luncheon sided at the session which opened greens and gay colors decorated with the recitation of a decade of the tables, each centerpiece de- thc Rosary and called for reports picting a phase of the Chri.stmas of various committees. .story. A scries of tableaux em- Members dispensed w"'i a gift phasized the "Keep Christ In exchange which has been cus- i Christmas.' ideal which ha.s been tomary and instead selected a strongly advocated by Bishop present for the Sisters to use in George J. Rehring. Mrs. Carl their newly remodeled home. jLuke was director and Mrs. Money donations, enclosed in Steadman narrator. Background bright wrappings, were hung on music was by the eighth grade a miniature tree for the Sisters choir, directed by Sister Mary at Marywood. A m a t a. "The Annunciation," Chairman of the committee on "The V'isitation," "The Nativity" arrangemenl.s was Mrs. Max Van and "The Shepherds on the Hill- Barg. Mrs. Lucke was co-cliair- sides" wei'e the subjects por- man. Others assisting were Mrs. tra.\ed by the following cast: .lohn Alhi-ychf, Mi's. Robejt Well- Mrs. Leo Braeunig. .Ir. as baum. Mrs. William Bauei'. Mrs. Mary: Mrs. Sam Baronc. .Jo.'cpli; Bernadinc Burii.s. Mi.s. James Mrs. .lane Decker, Gabriel; Mr.s. Cro.ss. Mrs, Geoi-gc Chnniberlain, Paul Christiansen, Elizabeth: Mrs, .Mrs. James McKenna. Mrs. Fran- .lames McKenna, Mrs. James Fos- ccs flunscke. Mrs. Charles Deco, Mr.s. Howard Lutz, the three earn, Mis. William Loffer. Mrs. kings; Mrs. George Fi.;«iley, Mr.s. Richard Butler. Mrs. Newell Col- dent of Margaret Ward Houston Tent 135, Daughters of Union Veterans, at the meeting a Christmas dinner and gift ex- the coming year were Mrs, George Mlllott. Jr., vice-president: Mrs Tueben Waterfield, chaplain: Mrs. Virginia Harris, treasurer: Mrs. Aro Starkey; Mrs. Grovei- Upton. Mrs. Kate Evans and Mrs. Arthur Chase, council members: Mrs. Clyde Gentry, patriotic Instructor. Installation will take place Jan. 10 in V.F.W. hall following a one, o'clock dinner at Martin's Re.s-i taurant. CHICKEN DISHGS vln, Mrs. Paul Christiansen, Mrs. James Quilter, Mrs. Don Zimmerman and Mrs. Frank Blake. Our southern fried chicken i.s out of this worldJ Crisp on Ihe outside and tender on the inside /it** a gourmet's treat! Come in and trv it soon. FLOWERS For All Occasions Visiters Welconte AUGUST CORSO SONS Milan Rd. Phone 3875 S DINER Milan Rd. off ^Perkins Ave. T'mesi Food for Every Mood Jayceettes' Program In Yule Tune Colorful C'hristma.s ornaments and a nativity scene graced the Providence hospital cafeteria for Ithe luncheon meeting of the Women's As.'ociation Monday. Beautiful renditions of Christ- ma.s carols by the Nurses Glee iCIuh added the Iraditional of (lie season. .stot\. "Why iMcmbers brought gifts of fruit the Chimes Rang," given by Ihr • (o- Ihf Sisters and articles for Mills School Choir and an in- the Gift Shop, operated by the eember Thursday evening. The; spiring lioliday message delivered music Dinner at the Business Worn- 1 in •n's Club preceded Jayceelees' regular monthly meeting for De- Ihe music and program emphasized "Christmas' association. Better Mothers Club Has Gala Party For Husbandsr Children Better Mother's Club members entertained their husbands and «• ildren at a gala Christmas party Thursday evening highlighted by the arrival of Santa Claus, to distribute gifts and •andy to the children. AMVETS club rooms, where the affair was held, was beauti- full.; decorated. Miniature Christmas trees marked the place settings at a long table where the --lildren were served refreshments. A motion picture of the group Is at family picnic last summei- at Kiddieland was shown. Singing of carols followed. Co-chairmen of the social committee were Mrs. Ralph Keller and Mrs. Arthur Tanchon. Those attending were: Mrs. William Carver, Peggy and Patty; Mrs. Kenneth Erney, Marlene and Elaine; Mrs. Virginia Gay and Dean; Mrs. Ray Holmes, John and Mike; Mr. and Mrs. Joh Holzhauser, Glenn, Susan and Sandra; Mrs. Alex Horvath, Candy, Gary and Timmy; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keller, Jr., Danny, Maria and Kristine; Mrs. John Lauder and Johnny; Mr. and Mrs. James McLaughlin, 'im, Mike and Pat; Mr, and Mrs. Howard Printy, Susan, Sally and Kevin; Mrs. Robert Roth and Patty; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Roth, Enolia Mae and Bobby; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tanchon, Lynn, Jeff and Jim; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thiede, Bobby and Philip; Mr. nd Mrs. Robei-t Todd and Greg; Mrs. Richard Tunnlngton and Susan; Mr. and Mrs. John Wicker, Johnny, Tommy and Kathy; Mr. and Mrs. had an presents - They also by the Rev. Ray Evans, pastor; exchange of ChrLstmas of Calvary Episcopal Church, j within the group. The .voung choristers were di-, Sister Lucia, administrator of reeled ' by Edna Wornian and' • rovidence Hospital, expressed acco ipanied bv Nancv Reed. i her appreciation for the associa- A Chri-stmas^gift auction, con.:^'""'^ untiring efforts in behalf ducted by Mrs James Stacc.^.!"^ ^ hospital, dded money to the Jayceetlc treasury and sent each member home with a holiday package. It was announced that the January meeting will be at the Vogue Lounge. Those present for the yuletimc e\e included Mrs, Robert Kenne. Mrs. Roy E. Bristol, Jr.. Mrs. James A. Stacey, Mrs. Richard Pratt, Mrs. Donald L. Bohanan, ?trs..Richard McGrain, Mrs. Jack Bertsch, Mrs. A. J. Gordon, Mrs. ! William J. Blatl, Mrs. Robert N. Hughes, Mrs. William Parker. ! Mrs. Franl. Karhan, Mrs. Robeit ! Bohn, Mrs. John Pruessner, Mrs. VS'illiam Furlong, Mrs. The cu.slomary monthly bake sale dale was announced for Dec. 17, instead of on the last Saturday of the month. JtnVTOR BAND GflVES PLAV FOR ST. PAUL CIRCLE 5 A play, "The Unbelieving Shepherd" presented by the Junior Mission Band highlighted the last meeting of 1955 for Circle 5 of St. Paul Lutheran Church. The Rev. Gerald Herbener gave the Scripture reading and Bible study, followed by a story of Mary, "The Quiet Hour" read by '*'rs. George Stahl. A service of re fresh men Is and .^ames Freyberg, Mrs. Harry i,,,,., „ . , , j Featherstone, Mrs. Eugene ja.-^'/-^'^hangc concluded the eve- retl, Mrs. William O. Huth, Jr..) ' Mrs. Glenn De Lamator, Mrs.' M. Semans, Mrs. Rajmond J. Milter, Mrs. John F. Wahlers, Mrs. Larry Walland, Mrs. Anthony Giovagnoli, Mrs. Walter Babcock, Mrs. J. Thomas Flippen and Mrs. llobert Kromer. Mrs. Lewis Marquart, Jr., and Mrs. Robert Beverly were guests. For Baby's first Dumbbell RoHic ».. *. ii.OO Modern Vicieriait Feeding Spoon . « ,%3 .75 Sweetheon ROM 2pc. loby Set ....$5.50 Juice Cup I inn. . S5.00 .f »'?|P9 .«f e» •. - ^ $10.00 (pritt iiHlvd* >••/ Give Baby the gift thot Baby will hond on »o HIS children . . . LUNT Sterling! Choose from oor fme jelection, a few of which we show here. 3 GIVE A DINNER-SET AND SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS ALL YEAR 'ROUND FINE CHINA AND POTTERY SETS DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED See Our Many Beautiful Patterns, The FORSTER CHINA Co. • e CLEVELAND AVE. OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAY Christmas is more than just a gleam in our eves! Wintersteller, Carol. Andy, Kevin and FOUR AND TWO CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS Four and Two Club celebrated the Yuletide season with dinner at the Sky-Way Restaurant, where the tables were gaily decorated, then adjourned to the home of Mrs. Charles Thorp forj a secret sister gift exchange and; tile election of officers. Taking office in January will be president, Mrs. Richard Malone; vice-president, Mrs. Jack Kotz; secretary, Mrs. Jolin Schmidt and treasurer, Aliss Alden :Dorothy Williams. of home and dancing — everywhere .. • Others present were Mrs. Gus Olsen and Mrs. Robert Ziemke. Finetit improvement in 200 years! H-as the now, .sensational point, that doesn't wear out, never break.s or needs shurpeninfz. .Adjustable era-er is eoneealcd under st .ainless .steel cap. Beautiful pla.s- tic barrels availalile in };reen. prey, red, blue. A truly new gift that '.s different! - — -„ ^^^0004/1 ^ 151 C0LUMBU6 AVt alent.s bidu.ses o| jer.st:\, and skirts saJoie . . . bnlJianl, subdued, bil- slim, pleatcl, whirled L ^ailu'i-ed, quilled, printed iM' [)i;un. E\erv sliade iniag and in junior Blouses Skirts rrom $5.98 $14.98 C (sJ(opMll witii hundreds of trea.s- aisies. f We're agh ui'cs Iroin our enchanlec \K ilh ideas for gifting;. I'oi- dressm to meet the festi\'e da\s ahead. Fu!l of sparkle with all our spei'ial gitl.s for all the special people on \our list. Uj. SMART SPORTSWEAR AND SEPARATES ALL OCCASIONS FOR t\\n,S\\\\\\A\ THERE'S CHRISTMAS JOY IN A fRANKEL BOX

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