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THE SANDUSKY REOISTERSTAR-NEWS Rosemary Apel, Paul Hasenmeier Plight Trolh In Quiel Ceremony .'•isted fls fl hostess and Martha Macliarl, another vSandusky High school friend, registered guests in the l)ride's book. When the ,v return from Florida, where the .voung couple will \isit the bridegroom'8 mother, I hey will .spend the remainder oi the holiday here beiore going to Kent to continue college studies. Ihcy will have an apartment flt 227 W., near the campus, * + • The new .Mr.s. Hasenmeier is in lior second year a.s a music cducalion major at Kent State. I'herc .she belongs to Music Educator.-i Society, the University N OW on Iheir way to'Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hasenmeier (Rosemary Apcl) whoso wedding in First Evangelical and Reformed Church Friday evening. Dec. 16, WHS .solemnized quietly al six o'clock in the presence of only relatives and a few close friends. The Rev, A. R. Von Gruenigen read the impiessivt double-nng service unitmg the only child of pi'ommenl ;ci,oir, Madrigal .singers and Delta Sanduskians. Mr. and Mrs. O. D, Apel. 1401 McKinlev-sl. Omicron, natiotiaJ prolebsional ... f r> 1 ini'sic fraternity. At Sandu.sliy find the Son of Mrs. Raymond Kupper of Vero Beach, ^^.^^ 3 member of H cappella choir and .served ;is accompanist for the choir and octet. I' ii II I attended sclidols hcforc enrolling at the I Lni\ crsily of Florida. Hp is a Holiday Decor Highlights Wedding Pythion Sist*rs 01 Janet Davis, Earl C. Delrich Fla, and P. H. Hasenmeier, of Cleveland. Attired in a lovely princess i style dress of powder blue crys- taletlr, Ro.scmary walked to the altar with her father. A deep square c u I neckline, .short .sleeves and a wide, flared skin were tealni-c^ of Ihc strecl-lenglli dress with which .^hc wore matching slipper.s and a white lur clip hat. She carried a while IMbJe with an airangemenl of white orchids and white clirys- anLhemums. A pearl choker and earrings, gift.', of the groom accented her becoming costume. * * • Barbara Osterberg, of Akron, a close friend at Kent Slate Lini- \crsit,\, wa,s maid of honor and . the bride's onl,\' attendant. Her slim-skirted tunic frock of tur- ciuoise blue, had a .shiired bodice styled witJi off-the-HhouIdci' neckline forming brief cap sleeves. A large brown picture hat and other brown accessories highlighted her costume. She [ carried a white prayer book with ; a small bouquet like the brides. Don Yontz had the role of man at the wedding of his two friend.s. For her daughters wedding, Mrs, Apel wore an all brown ensemble, a corsage of yellow rosebuds accenting her brown crepe dress. The bridegroom's aunt. Mrs. Milton Earl, wa.s in delft blue and had a corsage of pink eai'nations. Picturesque details In keeping, w Ith the holiday season enhanced j the beauty of the ceremony when Janet B. Davis, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Raymond M. Parnian, Huron, and Earl C. Delrich. son of Mrs. Virginia Detrlch, Huron, and the lale Earl E. Detrich were married Friday evening. The Rev. William R. Lucht read the double -ling service at seven o'clock in St. Joh's Lutheran Church at Union Corners, where red poinsettias. holly and while chrysanthemums accented t h e setting. Mrs. Marie Bchrens was at the organ and John Lewis, a college fraternity brother of the groom, sang. As she approached the altai with her father, the brunette inmibpr of the National Society lijj.jcle „as wearing a formal wed- of Mechanical Engineers and of i Sigma Phi Epsilon social fratern- :ity. Set Installation Elect* in of officers was the iriBin item o tl en ageda Tuesday evening at the meeting of Sisters Zone Temple Donold TroutUin To Wed Easterner The engagement of IMiss Maryi Rankin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W'lliam A. Rankin, Bethlehem, *^ ?1 Pa., to Donald H. Traullein, son of: Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Trautlein,; *313 Harrison-st, has been «n' nounced by her parents. Miss ttankin, who is with ftarper Brothers Publishers in New York City was graduated from Wells College. Aurora, N. Y. and did Pythian N-. 86. j The Temp'e remembered the ^a riod 't \Mrt ?d.rTLnm': Mr^S ^.n .Tsldusky High Chief Adr Belle Onion of Texas. '^"T* where he After Ihc business meetlna belonged to Sigma Chi social fra- there was a Christmas Oift i>x. ternity and was elected to Phi Gift ex- i change and lunch was served by i Mrs. William Ferback and Mrs. Russell Malev assi.sted by Mrs. Frank Copey. Mr*. Lucy Mlelk", Mrs, Marcus Zimmerman and Beta Kappa, scholastic honorary society. He is now associated with Price Waterhousc and Co., New- York accounting firm. Among the guests at the an- • I carnation corsages for each guest. >• ' , Mrs. Wesley Crundlach was in charge of arrangements, i Following the dinner part.v, ^ the group went to the doctor's ; lounge of the hospital for a social MRS. PAUL HASENMKILR \ '^"'•'Js followed by a white (Rosemary Apcl) elephant gift exchange and short ,, , ', ' . , .business session. Holida.v decor.-itions appointed others attending were Mrs. the Apels home tor he in ormal i^.^rist Spier, Mr.s. Carl Koeliler, reception immediately lollowin!- ,^^..^j^^,,. ,VIrs. Jane the ceremony. An arran-omcnl.Q^,,.^^. Burdette Foster, 0 white snap dragons and vvlme^,,, Kenneth Voung, Mrs. James chry.santhemuns on /he hving, ^^^,1,^, j,.,,;, ^y^^^^^^. room mantle was like the one vvndc ^fillel•. Mrs. William Dieon the church altar. A large ^^^.^ vvilliam Maschal, Mrs. cake centered the brides' iding gown of wiiite Alencon lace jand satin. It was sty'-Hl in prin- I cess lines with an Empire bodice, iscalloped V neckline and Ions pointed sleeves. The skirl, worn ,o\cr a hoop, was finished with A graceful .sweep train. A tiara ol -^jp^f.i.^ .Sulnex seed pearls held the fingertip ij.,,;,^.^ veil of illusion. She carried a; |.|ovvers like 'iir ;,tlon(l,u,'s' Sandusky Memorial Auxiliary's;white Bible with a while orchid. 3 (.^,p„(P(.| miuno cosiuine worn Christinas dinner party was held holly and stcphanolis. A pearl |,y hiide's mother ami ilie Insl Monaay at the Cameo Sup-necklace and pearl earrings high-1 ijig^.i^. enscniblo chosen ' b\ the per Club, wltn taoles decorated lighted the ensemble. i"mom's mother for ChrLstmas and individual red! M,-.S. Sidney Howard. Huron. " Red and white poinsettias Mrs. George Ferback. rouncement party were Mr. Trnut- hiotallation r>i officers will he lein'.^ .ei.ster and brother-in-law. held Jan. 3 at the .CIO Hall.'former Sanduskians Mr. and Mrs. Officers will hold practice before John J. Collings, of Ridley Park, meeting at six o'clock. Pa. .•4 MARV RANKI.N Festive Event Marks Yule Celebration Of Memorial Auxiliary .MK8. KARL ( . DinilKII (,(anct R. Davis) - I lHrlc,\ Hoi I niHii Howard and New Queen Takes Bethel Scepter Mothers' Forum Has Yule Dinner Party was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmatrons were Mr.s. .lame.' Schuler, Huron, sister of the groom; Mrs. Robert Poycr, East Lansing. Mich, and Mrs. Carl Young, Kent, the latter two graduates of St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in Cleveland where the bride also was graduated. They wore street-length scarlet velvet dresses with floral headdresses matching their bouquets of white carnations holly. wilh holl,\' were coinbined in the im- poinlmenls al the Business Women's Club lor the evening ic- ceplon. Friends presiding as hostesses included the .Misses Shir- lc\- Mause, Dnieda Lccdv. .Mic" Frve, Mrs, William Wahlcrs and Mrs. Robert Spiegel was award ; winner in games during the annual At todays meeting of BetheMB, Diane White: Librarian, Haye tMiristmas party of ihe Mothers International Order of Job's; Hampe: Musician', Ann Hom-i Konim Club held at the home of Iberger; Inner Guard, Sandra;Mrs. Millard Semon. .*)()7 30th-sl. i Click; Outer Guard, Carol Hud-| A gill exchange around a lighted ;son. Promptresses. B a r h a r «,(.'Ji,i.stmas tree followed the games. Knisely, and Judy Liebacher. | ^3 ^1^ fiecorailons were rejl lahio in the in- cMhn wilh long while fringe, and 'Mige howl shaped liylited canclles. """'.Individual place favor."-- were red ^. . . „ , ,, "".ideceraled Saula milieus and min:in impressive open ceremony,.stalling Guide, Past Honorcdi^|,p last Salurda.v evening in the'Queen, Nancy Parks. Installing! Masonic Temple. i Junior Cu.stodian. Past Honored Installing officer was Liddell. Past Honored Queen. Recorder, Past Honored Queen .Mrs. .1. J. Schrank, Bethel Mar.iorie Oswald: I n s t a 1 1 i n gi"^^^'"""" Daughters, Sharon Laessle, was to preside for the lime in' her new role as Honored Queen; of the Bethel. She was installed' Also, participating to take up the duties accompany-'stallafion were: ing the title, along with others Installing Marshal. Past who will comprise her court at ored Queen Mary Lou Moian: "'-'tiee,;,j,|(,(( Mrs. James U'ischnie\er. The newly married couple. Cuardian. and .lames Root, Asso-.Chaplain, Judy Fenton: Installing: men. The dinner coinmitlee wns com- Priscilla'Queen Colleen. Mears: Installing J^^^liJ "f ^I''^- ^^mon. Mrs. Edward Williams, Others attending were .Mrs, A P- both I hi roil High school graduates, will live al 1484 King-av. Columbus, near Ohio Slate Uni- and versilv where the groom is con- jlinuing college studies. A meni- lluir dale Guardian, were the inti'o- Organist, Mrs. Alelita Osborne ductory officers, jand Vocalist Mrs. Orson Knisely,; Other Bethel officers installed who sang "Open the Gales," _ were; Lord's Prayer," and "I Love Vou Senior Princess. Sally Hen- Truly." during the ceremonies. I.Mrs. .Veume.ver. tiered table. f Janet Bohii. a Sandusk.x- lliah school classmate of the bride, as- 1 ber of Chi Phi fralernit>-. he also .attended Ca.'^c Institute of 'I'ccli- inolog.w Cleveland. Music in The Churches M USIC in the churches Sundav, Sr- Chnir Dirrclnr. Harold Kaufman Dec. 18 will include the 'ol- CASTAI.I.A lowing selections: 1 •Christma.s Pnslorak • Deniorrtt KIRST P.. * n. rHl'RCH ••F.i-lioo.s of Cliri.sliiia.s F.\i' ' L'-rpn/. "Saw You No\er in Ihe "Rocessionai ' Rittpr Twilight" Thom.5,<i .^hrf-nit, Diirctnr-OrcHnisi "Sortie Festive)" L. Bo.slrt Mrs, Krlwin Burfipraf 'Two Angels' George Whiting ST. PAtl /S I,ITHER,\.V CIIIRCH Organist. Mr.s, D\\i(fht Millott Soloist. Jean Hottman SALE .M KtB CHJJRtH 10:30 a. ni. Service •Bethlehem Star" Wilson "Over Skies Afar" Wilson Soloist. Barbara Wolfe Candlelight Service 7:30 p. m. "The Light Eternal" Petrie Organist, Agnes Weir Stuckey Director. Edna I\l, Springstead URST CONGRKGATIO.SAL CHURCH "Pastoral S.\mphon.v " Handel "Break Forth, O Beaiiteovis Hcavenl,v Light" . . Bacli •In Dulci .lubilo' Bach •Hark What .Mean Tho.«;p Hol.\- Voices ' . . Turne.v-Malr.v Orcanisl. Carol Niekcrson .Tud.«ion I tlirertor. Bpvcrlip Buck Majer \ /ION I.ITHKRA.N CHtRCIl Cirecnsleeve-s' Williams-Roper .Lovely Infant .lesus ' ... arr b.v Srhehl 'Trumpet Tune' Purcell, 'And the Glor.v of the Lord" j From the Me.^siah . . by Handel "Angels We Have Heard ' on High" . Old French Melod^ Organist. Laura Long Jr. Choir Director. Lucille Koch iXordnian The groom's brother. Samuel C. Detrlch. was best man. Csh- iMinnic Riccelli, Mrs. Harryicrs were Robert Anderson. Bill Bruckner, Mrs. Dol•oth^' Ramm.l Mrs. Kenneth David. Mrs. Johni m • x n • iir ti T 1_ Kechler and Miss Adiyn Cooper.iASSOCiate DUSineSS WOmeil flaVe LUnCIl At the business session an- nounecment was made: an all day Annual Christmas party of the Mrs. Harry ^onr, .Mrs, sewing session on Jan. 9 \vith^.55Qj.ia^g Members of the Busi- ElJcrl. Mrs. John Magnu.s.sen. Airs.,i\ian ;luncheon reservations to be ,„ . r^, u n . William Malthes. Mr.s. Tliomas dra Sniceel- Senior 'called to Mr.s. Kdwin Buder,;"«ss ^ Club was well at- ^^.^^^.^^^^^^^ f.^,^,.^^ Breining.Sue White Jimior •6282 or Mrs. Roy Shepherd, tended Wednesday, with seasonal',^j,.,, George Bromm. Mrs, E, B, 64n;-i b\ Jan, .=1, decor carried throughout the Robinson. .Mrs, Frank Traul. Mrs, .•\Iembers were asked to turn in'Wayne-st dub rooms. Carl Wilkiiis. .Mrs. P'r.nik Sifield. sales la.\ sl.'jmps at this time. Tables for the one o'clock .Mrs. Karl Kiiclis. Mrs. E\ erelt ,\e\l regular business meeting luncheon were a 11 r a c t i \'e I y Fox. Mr-, George .Millotl. !\Tiss will bp Jan. 17 al 1:30 p. m. in, adorned with evergreen and poin-T,ctitia Adams. .Mrs Dan Mosko- llie doctor's lounge. I scttia arrangements. Corsages wiu. Mrs, Peter Subcasky, Mrs. Reports will be gi\'en by Mrs.'were used as place favors. James Wadsworlh, i\Irs. Peter Bixler. .Mrs. Wa.\ ne Lxerson, Harrison Loe. .Mrs. ,\'elsoii Mrs. Randall Schcid. Sherman Scheiiflor. .Mrs. Rnb- ^ert Ziclske, .Mrs, II:u'old Uohreily: Junior Princess. Sophie Purple and white mums along!'in"-''er and .Mrs, Paul Dolan, Deckel-: Guide, Virginia Maag;with e\'ergTeens decorated the T'le next business meeting of the Marshal. Jeanne Rausch: FirslJEast, and at the reception which organization is .Ian, ;3 at Ihc home Messenger, Carol Jraves: Second followed in the dining room, the of Mrs. Dolan. Messenger, Sue Maus: Third Mes- tables were illuminated with redj * — • sengor, Jannette Jaffary: Fourth'and white candles, nested in ever-| I HAPPY BIRTHDAY ! -Messenger, Pam Mielkc: Fifth greens. _ IMcssenger. Suzanne Bauer: Chap- Assisting al the reception were TODAV. DECEMBER 17 - (ieorgciain. Sally—Btckle.^: TreasurerT-Mrs. Paul Henrettj-, Mrs. Kevin Billy Vea/fer, II Stephens: Recorder, San- Decker. Mrs, Oliver Maag. Mrs. F.dwin Donald Volt/,. Jr., U Custodian. Gene Rau.sch, and Mrs. Ernesl Custodian.' Mielke. Virginia Wikel Honored At Shower Mark .Anthony Toft, one Jacqueline Darden. three TOMORROW. DECEMBER III Edward .Schaefer. Sr.. 8Q Pam Baaske, one Bu,\tehude Nicolai The J preseiiis Bspecially For You" featuring KANCY LAKE MO.N. — Sandusky Public Librar.v — .Marjorie Kugel Owings. TCKS.—The and l.rjp Dept.—Dr. Sanduskv ( it.v County Health Richard Fishell. WI'.I)—The Sanduskv and l'.rie-c (i C "UiU 'il of Church ^^omrl1 -- "Tlip Kirthdav of Christ" by Mrs. S. H. Dean. THl Its, — IStother's Ifdera- lion of \Vonien's ( liilis. (Mother's Knowledse Club) —"Tlie Storv of (he Christmas Kettle." Lieut. Victor Dought.v. FRL—Junior High School Bo,v Choir. — Miss Mary Ann Wescott, Director. 9:15 A. M. OVER WLEC "Christmas Melodies " "A Child Is Born in Bethlehem" , . "ChristmsB Postlude ' "Wake, Awake " Organists William Scheid, Esther .\'agel FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH "Shine O Wonderlul Star" "Christ The Lord Is Born ' "Birlhda.v of a King " Director, Mrs, Ett:i SCIKIPWT Organist. Miss Florence Tlipini Soloist, Mrs, Winotiii Silrs Cliris1mi\s Eve Scrviio Pianist, Mi.'is Floroncp TlicTin Organist, Mis.s Diana Bouli.>i riR.ST BAPTIST fHCRCH •'In Dulci .luliilo' Hnch-t3irkin ,'inn •'A Christmas Lullaby" ".rn.\ou.^ Christmas .Snng ' ri'n\ aert "O Come, O Comr, Ennnanucl'' Ancien Pl,Tin Solorst, Vera ZlmnirriiiHii GKAcr. EPISCOPAL CHURCH Clavbaugh, .secretary: .Mrs. Albert!FirTi -»nP» -"^^r^.^::^- Bach f.''--^-' Mrs. Thomas'^'"''"" "O Light Divine' Arcangeisky i ^ oung. conductress: Mrs. William "Come. God Creator. 'Buss, chaplain; .Mrs, Clyde Coff- Holy Ghost' , Bach nia„ „arder: Mrs. Organist-Director ' , Williniii I^, Didoiiu.s :taponi. COLU.MBCS-.\V ECB CIILRCII AmbOS, "O Holy Night" Adam cj,.j,(^^]^ Wade Roberts and Mrs. Charles Tolleson of the recent convention in Chicago. Cedar Point Lodge Installs Officers oilicers of Cedar Point Lodge. iNo. 701). Ladies Auxiliar.>' to the I Brolhcrhnod of Railroad Trainmen, were installed during its recent Connmittee in charge of ar- Klolz, Mrs. Clem Genliy, Mrs, rangements was: Mrs. Gus Maagi William Alexander, Mrs, Leroy and Mrs. Victor Moore, co-chair-!Hinkey. Mrs. Lee Keller. Mrs. men assisted by Mr .s. Fred D. Henry, Mrs, Jennie Frederick, Harple, Mrs. Herman King, Mrs.! Mrs. Howard Otto. Mrs. George Robert Steiewe, Mrs. Louis Rein- 1 Roberts. -Mrs. Alfred Bunge. Mrs.; heimer, Mrs. Maurice McGoo',^ Harry Muslin: Mrs. Carl Moos. Mrs. Albert Hasel, Mrs. Fredjand -Mrs. Clara Reinheimer. Niehoff and Mrs. Earl Schatz. [guests: Mrs, George Diehr. Mi's. Card play provided afternoon'Frank Myers. Mrs. Lloyd Coon- entertainment with Mrs. Donald rad. .Mrs, Merle Cline. Mrs, iStewart. Mrs. E. H, Wallace. Mrs.: Elmer Ahlers. Mrs. Harold Ciund- A misccllaneou.. shower was Wikel. SHERIFF .STFLL RUN.N'LNr. ;il\en by Mrs, Robert Koch. The refreshment table was at- CIRCLEVTLLE. O,. Dec. 17 (LT'i Milan, for Virginia Wikel of Col- tractively decorated with a min-'—Sheriff Charles H, Radcliff, who lins. bride-elect of Wayne Dalton iature bride and groom as thelhas served longer as a sheriff than of Wakeman, at Mrs. Koch's center piece, and the shower gifts ! any sheriff in Ohio, today an- home Sunday. The afternoon was were placed in a suspended| nounced he would be a candidate Anna ' i Mrs. niceling uilh Mrs. Voris again taking office as president.! Oihcr officers are: Mrs. William!n„^„.., n,.»..„ Schmidt, past president: Mrs. Sam Bickley, vice-president; Mrs. Serge ; Q[,,g|.j. ^yjg,,p ,.i Schatz. Mrs, John E. Sa\ord. Mrs.'lach, Mrs. John Parker, iMrs. I.eo Earl Webster. Atrs, Clyde Gentry, I W. Schorger. Mrs. Ralph Snyder, Carl Schwensen and Mrs. iMrs. E. F. VanBlarcum, Mrs, I,. receiving the William Shaw. Mrs Wilfnrd Seit/.. : .Mrs. George Becker. Mrs lio.\^ attending were: Mrs. Shepherd. Mrs. Wilhert Ilenkel- Child Chapter Club Marks Yule Season With Potluck Affair .\ miniature Christmas tree anri lighted candles adorned the lable when Child Chapter Molh- spenl playing games. Contestants sprinkling can. presented their awards to Miss! Prentnt were Mrs. Byron Dal— ton, Mrs. John Wikel, Sara Wikel, Mrs. Wesley Poths, Mrs. Mabel Rice. Mrs. Helen Cook, Mrs. Bon- •ny McKlnnon, Mrs, Clara Kuhl.l Mrs. Mildred Thomas, Mrs. Pati Grams, Mrs. George Wikel. Miss; Charlene Brown, Mrs. Ann Wikel.^ and the Misses .\nna Wikel, Pat Preston, and Joan Boss. Unable to attend hut sending . , . , , , . , , gifls were ;he Misses Polly Nickers Club held its annual pot luck- ,^ „.„^ ^ Hinman Christmas par'.y at the home of g,,^ i,,,^^,^ ^^^^ tor a sixth term next.year. The sheriff, a Democrat, recently was' presented a gold badge by the Buckeye Sheriffs Association for his 2,1 years of servive. MANNERS MAKE FRIENDS I "Chimes at Christma.s" Greeinvald ^"Memories of C'hristnias" Carleton FIRST PRESnVTERIAN CHURCH 9:1.") a. ni. Service ; "Fairest Lord Je.sus" arr Matthew "O Come, O Comr Emniaiiurr' Anthony inner guard; Mrs. Ray outer guard: Mrs. Albert legislali\e representative; Mrs. Sam Bickley. alternate legislative representative; Albert F. Strack. counselor. Tlie organization has its ne.vt session on .fan. 10 at 7::^0 p. m., in Gilgen, Mrs. Lloyd, Bowersock, Mrs. Carl Breining,' Mrs. R. J. Woolson. Mrs. Anna Willauer, Mrs. Alattie Hire. Mrs. Hayes Adams, Mrs. Lou Edgar,' man, Mrs. Edward .Miller. .Mrs, Mahlon Cald\^ell and Mrs, Frank Schneider, A gift exchange concluded the affair. Andrejcski, Huron Junior League Dances In Norwalk ,Mrs, Kenneth H. Smith. Osborne St. Evergreens, snow scenes and other decora'Jons imparted^ . "l^ , Christinas spirit throughout the CclVary AllCir VrUllu entire house. ~^ During the evening gamc.^ of "Jitterbug" were played with "white elephants'' brought by rnembers used as awards. Has Christmas Party .Sonp iiip .Anierican legion club room. I 'lMclorms Ray Downing, 16 Ancirnt Plain • l.o! Hini- a E^cr Rlooinini.'^ •H>- Shall KrrrI His I'lurk • I'^rnm .Mes.sii'h irmrlcl • r"nnio t 'nt fi H nil ' II tiut( 1 ,\nd'iiilp Rpjinidsii • .M.r-/iiiri Orniitii.'^l lliirrirl Hn-nirr W ild nirr;-lor. Kallir \n (••.I'-l I )i M ivh.nii Solni,sl,s .luiip Endran ninncr and Vera Doushlv Sloul 7 :,'in p m. .Service Th^ Shcplierd's Carol' Chuhh 'Come Shepherds, Come ' .T.^•rolese Carol, arr. by Mar\ott "What Child Is This" ^^.,„.„, Stewart. tune, Greenslee\es; , „ , , j .r "O Hoi,\ jNighi" .\(iani ' hc groiip of Saudvisky and Mar , "Awa,\-'in a ManRi-r" Luther j gareiia High school classmates i peat ilic Cicning dancing and The Huron Junior League had its annual Christmas dance it the Norwalk Country Club Fri- '< read da.v night. Jim Hoffman and his son, orchestra pla\ed from 9 to 1 lor the sc\eiit\ couples allenrl- ing, buffet dinner was served al nii(l-nighi. The leaatip had ii<. receiil annual holida> nieelina, a mas part,', nt the home of Mrs I'llhel Swanbeck, Card tables were set for 40 persons. parl.y included Mrs. Edward Reports on the recently hekl shepherd, chairman; Mrs. Chesnar were given and a leller'ter Christman; Mrs. Edward from the league's Korean Fischer; and Mrs. Smith, which ii has adopted. | The next regular meeting of A letter from Coimressnuin .\. Ihc club will be held on .Ian, n. Baunihail complirnented Ihe with Mi'.. Shepherd. Blo'a The Altar Guild of Calvary Episcopal Church held its an- The committee in charge of thelnual Christmas party at Martin's Restaurant last Monday evening. The table was attractively decorated with miniature trees and wax figurines. • NU* Even though there is no r.s.v.p. on the invitation you receive to a cocktail party it is considerate td Following the dinner members ,et y„ur hostess know whether Thi' Ihll) hiriliiiH.\ .^nniv ersar.\ o( l!;i,\ l)o\*nin).; wa.s mai^ked \utli a -urprise hirlhday parl.v proffered h,\ Ins parents. Mr, and Mrs. Ray-, Assisting "\r ^pa"ents,'was Miss: Mills ScHool Schedulcs Opeii House n lea:iue on its inlercsl in Ihc Si. Lawrence seawa\. .\l ti'e -,iiiie 1 inn- ll \> a- i f- vealed aiuillier lr,'i-li caii lia^ been purchased lor the \ JI1,IL;<'. The evening \^as closed wilh a gift exchange De- caliir Street, as hostess Others aMending at Ihe Chri-l- rnas pari> were: ,\Ir.-, Eleanor (".rant, ,Mrs, .la .N .McGooke\, .li.. .Mrs, .Mex Pasqualin. Mrs. Donald Spline, .Mrs. Douglas Wright, Mrs. William Zemke, and Mrs. Norman Steinert, enjoyed a movie. Those attending were the Rev. Ray Exans. Mildred E\'ans. .Mrs. Rrancis Koch, Mrs. Charles cuesu noi ^011 can .^ ho knovv s Tolleson, .Mrs. Cart Ri'.tman, Mrs. William Ohlemacher. .Mrs, Paul Bins, .Mrs, Harold Rixler, Mrs, Kenneth Miller. .Mrs. fieorge Bramm. Mrs. Gus Afaag, and Mrs. John Maus. » ho accordingl.v. I'lie gue.xt hostess' prnblems thottghtftil guest, nr attend. The hostess appro.\inialel,\^ how In e,\perl can plan ronsic|pr» th*. is alway<» a WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Soloi,";!, Larr,->- N' and .Men!,' TRI.MT^ METHODIST (HIIKII •VulClicIo l-:cll(lt'.',^ Ihnl.Mill "Pastoral ,S,\ ninhdiiv ' c; I' llaiult'l N'arialloii.s on 'O S,, U' tis'.inr.• Old (•hrisltna^ ^^ion'; ••('lirist mas 1 .iill:rh> • C.ahi irl ••.IC .SU Miiliillllln • \i>i\ OrKaiiisl llrk-n C Kliil( \ DirciMnr Kdn i W;fi ,1,111 I;MMANCI:I, I:\ wt.ii K AI. AM) Ri :i(ii (Mi :ii ( III ni 11 ".le.^u, ,lesu, Litllo Smi ' S(,iiilr\ A nin ,Scniiii l^hiiii Siiln \^nu'cs .lumt'i t^bmi .Seniiii Chi'ir Dircclni- am! ('lr^;,ini.-.t lla/fo (1 KuM/ .liniinl Clunv Dncrliil Mai-' Ann \V'( 1 niis r ( III r(( ii in ( IIKI -< i S( IIM IS I •'nnici-iions' .^|'l i|iii,.\i "The I'uncrsc nt (Ind i ulii n ••Sttcli'h' ••.lin iHis Marrh .Vni TIUMIA l.Unil 1! AN ( Ml IM II. VEM( i: "Onl.v a .Manner' .Mai r- I'ti ••Pustural S; ' Ilanflrl ••Offerlor.v t<ii- Cliri.slin..,'i Scasfin^' Hal I I'll •l-liiij; Out llu H.-imu'i- t.ilkin Clinir Diri'iliii iM r,*, I ,t -'i ma I )i ni, 11 1 11 k,- Orj,'aiiist Mrs I \\ ri'iirf .Srlii If v t kilci \> eiil to the Downing home; loi- reiieslimenis and where Ray (ipei'cd Ins naiiil c;ifis, .MiendiiiL; were .Saiulia Traiigh- l)!-i-. .M.irk'iie .Ma--iin. I>ciii llarllc.v. • Iii.vcf |)ll^l<lns, .liihnr- .Matthias. I'ri-iill.i l.on';, nonius ,Messen- lini';;. Hreiul.'i (Jreene, .laiiies Sliei-- f-r. \liiiv Lull Eiullc. Thomas .\l;ipiis. noniia Piickrin, Carol '•^icv .III .-incl the honored ;;iiest. rr.alilc 111 .•Utend were .lanis Kenneth Knatier. Paul I.elier aiul .l.'iines Mitchell. "Why The Chimes Rang," a i Mai-y Bush, Pegg.v Carver, Kuia Chri.stma.e, pageant relating a iCopeland. Janie.s Davis, Doroihv Inosialegic story of the holy •'^''«-i Kd^vard^ .son. will be presented b\ stii- 1 , ' "' ! dents of .Mills Elementai'.s School,'' ;Tuesda.\' nislu. Dec. 'JO. at 8 p,m. SUNDAY SPECIAL! All Styles LAZY SUSANS Will Be Sold ai OFF 10% in Hm* lot Christmas. MANY OTHER CHRISTMAS SPECIALS KERBER'S ERIE CHINA CO. OPEN DAILY 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. 1810 Cleveland Ave, Phone 4011 Sunda\ St Mar.v 'v. Mtar S(iciet>. ctirporate ci ninninion. Sl.'i mass, S;inta Clans - v l^ils Ra.v \ lew Plav (irouiifl Club IllUlsC. .'i !() ,1 p. 111. I i I s I Cnnuregatioiial luirch Christ mas X'esper |)i iiLji ;nn .iiifl lt'llo\\ship tea •1 :iii p 111 I. p hp h I I ,i Aij\ihai \ ( ll I i^hiias |Mi I \ knight» of 1 li.'ill Monria\ I 'l 11 ~ I 111 s V \'. (iinrii * (lull i > nr -t I csliieiu-c ti p m ^.iiuliiskv CoitniL'hlh Clu Mr- ll,iir\ ,Mewb(irii, J04 I h si. 1 ;ii) p in. S.iiiiliiskv Coll j ie Mrs. 1- IOMI Hill. l.iL'l Cair-st, Cicscons Guild of First K \ K Church—church parlors, (i p m I^NAO DiMsion 11>—Christmas dinner, gift exchange, Log Cabin Inn, i;o\;i| Xcii^llhois ot .\niei- c.i \u, I 'JH-..' Cliri->tmas |),iri\ Martin.s Hestauranl ti p III K,llM'.. IJ.i Cli .ipICI BrU Si •_' in ;i 1 'h I 1 •!',ri- 1 1 1i ^i p,)1 1^ .\1 1 • s .\nii ,\|aiiiMU, in :\lill.> School .Audilorium. ' The leachpis lia\e arranged an i open house al 7 pni. to welcome; parents tor liie purpose of dis-' cus.Niug the progress of their children's school \M)rk The pageant, under the dircc- lioii of Miss Kdna Warmaii, features upperrla-s students in principle role.s and the .Mills School Choir ill vocal accompaniment. Scenery aiifl prop.-, for the sta^j- iny \*a -i profluced li,\ fifth aiul sixth grade classes, supervised 'iy Mis.s Martha Huske. Ca.-t in narrative roles are, Uoii- nie .Martin. C;«ry lior\ath, Dannv Schee. Thontas Callett. Deniii.s Dunn, Roger Bradle>, Cail.\n L.vpke Pat Bennett, Nancy Ilel- gate. Gary Reel, Charles Ewall. Dale Otto. Claire Hlaslen, Choir members include. \ iola Baker, .lames Belcas. Tim Brake , .Martha Fisher. Paul Sliai^on Gai'ltjck. Jack Ciarlock. .lack Giiard, .lame- lla.ves Claire lllasieii, Buleiu Jackson, l.illie Johnsoii, Diain LaBolinc, Robert Lee. Doiictu Leslie, .Sliaron Leiiiicr. l.elani Liiui.Liien, \i\ian .Moorr. Cai^oli Pfliedei IT, Sliaron Kaiiini I'cail Rii^ke .N, Sharon Kolieils. Karen Sch.niicH, Hett.s Shaw, Bill Schcc E/.ell Sniilli. ,iii ,\iine Sinilh Linda ,Si ininirl. lliihv .Sinwcis, .Mary Swopi-, .l;nk Walilc I'e;;:.; \\arrcns, .N.uirv \\ i;4lil man, Ddiina Willielin and .\illuii Woddsmi Stage helprr- aic 1 .oler iBarnuni. Bolihv fn's/h Larrj j lliiikle.v, lialph Kieffler, and Donnie Schiireli. Bears oiieii .x'Icii ,i pniiiu- ncnl tree f:ir iiililiin:^, una>.mi. and cl;iwln.ij '\'\\v\ m.irk Ww^e "hear trees" (o vlinw I hen s|/c as a cliaileriL:!' lo nilicr liiiiiii> SI .1, A PIANO DID YOU SAY? 4 BOYI We Havo .Just Hei. eivpri A Selection ot Beauliful WURLITZER Pianos . . , Mahoganies — Blonds — Salern Maples — Walnuts and many, many st 'yloB. YOU MUST SEE THEM NO DOWN PAVMLNT NO PAYMENT TILL FKB. 1ST.—LMAliLNt—PHIl LS from $495 WILLIAMS MUSIC CENTER r>8 \V. ALXIIKII SI I'llOM K.,-.0 snack hound Put on the "dog ' this way and earn yourself a reputation for being a clever host. With pretzels on his tail and other snack.s in his basket, he's all set to attend your every narly. The guaranteed fast fabric is easilv $^ .95 removed tor washing. - THBRt IS ALSO SNACK in the Box , ollier clev.v numb.,, thai will surpn.- ' ny .uesu. Hea, inexpensive ..... and please youi pai^> - THE FORSTER CHINA co Cleveland Avenue OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAYS

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