The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 19, 1955 · Page 6
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 6

Sandusky, Ohio
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Monday, December 19, 1955
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I tMC SANDUSKY REOISTERSTARNEWS Dazzling Decor Feaiures Holly Ball, Women's Civic Club Event At PBCC Wsddlnq Dal* N«ar WOTM Party Has Large Attendance Commlttcp members of Worn- pn's Civic Club who took time out •lom busy liolidas' schedules to work for the Holly Ball uerc repaid for their efforts in tlie acclaim arising from the huge success of the affair. Dozens of dazzling details, accomplished by hours devoted to making unique decorations entirt- ly by hand marked the annual pre- Christmas daiK-e *t Plum Brook Country Club Friday night. Beanti- ml gowns worn by the uomen present for the liijhted by (he gllKcr. Mrs D. C. Valentine. Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Lange, Mr. ano Mrs. Rich aCd Wennes, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert; L. Kyan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald 11.' Cole. Mr. and Mrs. I.,arry Smith.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gos.scr, Mr. and; Mrs. Joseph Bschorr, and Mr. andj Mrs William K. Steuk, ' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Keller, Mr.; and Mrs. Edgar C. Bird, Mr.* and' Mrs O. J. Swank, Judge and Mrs. I James A. Young, Alis.s .hi.stin;)' Heels. William Iv Didcliiis, Dr.jUavt T.4irfe attendance was reported at the annual Christmas party held by Women of the Miller. Mi*h. Walter Bishop, Mrs lUgusf, Jr, Mrs. Julla llurf^t. Mrs. Marguerite Cutcliei , Mrs. Rosemary Baker, Mr.s Thursday evening. Tables at Log I pio,,, Bennett Mrs Grace Cqbirt fnn were deccrated with' WInkel, Mi- Laureno Cromer glass bowls filled with Christ j Mrs. Charles Boetticlier. Mrs —J ...ii^c ' ^-y"" Boy c, Norwalk; Betty ' """11 ^ZT r .rH?H .n vi7. n ' P«Penf"ss; Marcaret Kberle were later awarded to Mrs. »0.• u -osio, tncx M ic Kriu «iri I. Tli^nslow. Mi-«. Alvah Vtp.tfitt |!^' «• '^csle> .Fusti, Mis. Kflwaul .fEAN ANN BURGER Mr. and Mrs. Roscv»e Burger, on, are announcing the ap- L. T3enslow. Mrs. Alvah Meggitt.,, Mrs. Harry Billiard. Mrs. Anthony Clresl, Miss Almira Hand and Mrs. Chester Kaufman. Mrs. Kenneth Branford was chairman >of the dinner committee and was assisted by Mrs. Wesley Trieschman, Mrs. William Szekely, Mrs, Lawrence Morris, Mrs. Henry Epple and Miss Evelyn Miller. special .parkle an ^|;;;S .'!;ohn ti^^Ml'l^.j;,'- M !:!' -or, Joan Ann, to Jan Favors at each place were their daugh-'made of cones, greens, and bells, ames G Wag- Games provided entertaiment . M A u«..K»rt i «"d awards went to Mrs. Jame.'s ,\l,s. i.or, .son olMr. and Mts. Heibert j^^l,^^, ^j,., Q. L . Denslow. VVfifiner, l.ii" Conlral-av. Mrs. Fred Jesberger, Mrs. Clar- 'i'hc cnomony will take place ence Hermes, Mrs. Allan Bor- .Mrs, .lamo.s W. ^p,. 28 in Our Lady of Mercyjsick, Mrs. Fred Baumler, Mrs. Donahue, Mr. and Mr.s. Ccoivr C. Cfitliolic Church, Dayton. John L. .Sampson. Air. HIHI find Airs. Wcs- I Icy Arnold. Air. ;ind Air.s. Fred Gebelle, Mr. , IIKI .Mrs. .lamo.s W A galax.v nf gold and silver,,, sngel.^, various sized stars, bells. """""^ «ti""P'' and musical symbols were su.s- ponc'ed overhead in mobile fashion. Handmade dance programs fiad sequined covers. Gold spat- „ lored mahonia - holly)'leaves and f- '^"^ Mrs. Woborl FaT,-view liigh sch^oi^and Wrig .r Mr.''and "Mrs'^Ho'ss C ^'-^ Bickley, Mr. and Mr.s. Glenn Pore.:Wagner, a St. Mary High Steinemann, Mr. and Mr.s. Willard; MJS ^ H,„.gc,. jg g graduate of Leber, Mrs, Orma Dwelle Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. Ben Tanner, M\y James Hill. Mrs Wilson Fuller. Mrs. Juanita Dyer, Mrs. Carl Flohr, Mrs, John Morris. Mrs. George Coylc, Mr.v Albert Ohiemarher, Jr.. Mrs. Fred Hoffman, Jr., Mrs. Pearl Vollmer, Joanne Oroesch, Dorothy Eckler. Mrs. Esther Ronan, Mrs. John Dille. Mrs. Waller Tultl-v, Mrs, Clarence Hermes. Mrs. Robert Hermes. Miss Mary Zimmerman, Mrs, John Serwin, Mrs. Donald Ciresi. Mis. A I Borsick. Mrs. Allan Borsick. Mrs. Percy Foley tind Mrs, Han;' Lippus. told pine cones centered the tables ind an "espaliered" Christmas •ree was emblazoned above the argc stone fireplace. These pieces <->t painstaking artistry were all Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Barrick, Mr. land Mrs. R. B. Conaway, Mr. and school graduate, is a veteran of I he Korean conflict and is now a omponcnts of the ball, chalking; Jf-;!^^;^;^;--^^^^ ^. ,jenio..,t Bowling Green State Unl- Eriin Justi, Mrs. James Hill,! Mrs, Alva Megfltt, Mrs. Wilbur Darst, Mrs. Laurence Cromer, j\!rs. Kenneth Branford, Mrs. John Morris and Mrs. Louis Pelnhelmer. Others attending were Mrs. Lloyd Pocock, Mrs. Evelyn E. Piano Tuning and REPAIRING J. Kriegler Days — Meggitt't lfi26 Evenings — Call 6335 up another huge success in the club annals. Robert Montgomery s band pro-;,, ii:„.ii„„ vided the music throughout the^^"' •'• ^- '^"'""8. Erickson. Mr. and !vening. The grand march was led ly .Mr. and Mrs. John Lehrer, club president. Mrs. Jolin Ha.\'. general chair Tian, and Mrs. George Canalos, ilccorating chairman, assisted by Mrs. A. J. Gordan and Mrs. Rob- •rt Gagen, were reponsible for the musual decor. Mrs. A. J. Fehr, Mrs. Jack Sampson, and Mrs. lobcrt Gerdlng. assisted in as- iembling and placing the various irtistic pieces. Tickets chairman vas Mrs. Edgar Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Milter, 3r. and Mrs. W. P. Skirball, Dr. md Mrs. William M. Semans, Mr. :nd Mrs. R. F. Miller, Mr. & Mrs. John Wahlers, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. ^Idrich, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc- Jookey, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hol- aepfel. Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Seller, vir. and Mrs. Jaifles Smith, MTT (nd Mrs. Robert Bcachy, Mr. and^ virs. Harold Kaufman and Mr and vlrs. Wayne Braun. Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Lewis, Mr, ind Mrs. Richard B. Halloran, Mr.; nd Mrs. Paul F, Laning. iMr. and \lrit. Karl Brugeman. jMr. and Mrs. Uanley Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ^udy, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hamnond, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell, Mr. ind Mrs. Lee Sedgwick, Mr. and Mrs. John Giupa, Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Morgan, Miss Elizabeth iayden and H. E. Goebcl, Mr. and vir.; Peter Kramer, Mr. and Mrs, Tohn Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Robert iprau, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson, Sumser, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ^ehringer. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert rallam, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krom- Mr. and Mrs. James Hotchkiss,' Vlr, and Mrs. Ted Jerson. Miss Shirley, Dr. Paul F. Ernst, | \tr, and Mrs. A, J. Fehr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Scnimon.s, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rudy. Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore, Mr. and .Mrs. John D. Tabler, Mr. and Mr,s. Don Rcnwand, Dr. and Mrs. Paul iV. Squire, Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Geor.qc Canalos, Mr and Mrs. Leiand P. Welly. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Darby, Mr. and Mrs.; John Weis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerding, Mr. and Airs. Sam Shear-! er. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zanger, j Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Printy, Mr. and ' Mrs Maurice AIcGory, Mr. and; Mrs. A. W. Zeihcr. i WANT ADS BRING RESULTS D l AMONDC BeauiifuUr Styled v in Rinas — Neclclacea Watches Qualtiy Priced to Fit Yaut Budget Every Diamond Carrie* Bertsch Jewelers Personal Guarantee of Value J. Bertsch Jeweler 227 W. Washington Rov IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE YOURSELF A CHRISTMAS PRESENT! A new attractive hair-do with a Perfected Permanent as the base, designed specifically to accentuate your personal charm. CHARM BEAUTY SHOP 1S8 Columbus Av«. Phona 849 ALWATI SURI OF A WARM WILCOMll fraetlcal. good looking corduroy In comfort styling. e Cf\ Black or red ^.^V Beautiful Skinners satin in Cuban or lo\y heels. Black, wine, red, blue The darling of scuff lovers- that stay On Light blue or red -in soft leathers 5.50 Give him a comfy .slipper and hell youl Loafer style (above) or the Q soft comfy at 0»WW OSINO'S 187 EAST WASHINGTON ROW Cliristiiias is more than just a gleam in our eyes! Needle Twirlera To Make Pop Corn Balls For Children's Home A birthday party and Christmas r.*elebration marked the past two neetings of the Needle Twirlera Club, convening at the homes of vliss Marie Low and Mrs. Florence .-'roctor. respectively. Miss Low as he birthday celebrant. Business for the group included •) thank you letter from Re\'. Max fX'hlcichei', for their donation lo he Rome of Mercy; discussion of 4 "secrei pal" name exchange in !anuaiy. helping tuo more needy 'amilirs over Ihr .xulctide season: nd holdins ihe next meeting Dec. .'0 at lh(.> home of Mrs. Arthur Roycr when the group will make pop corn balls and candy for the .'hiidrcn's Home. A luncheon service concluded j both meetings. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knauer (Carol Knoblei arrived Saturda.\ from Cape May. N. .1. Mhere he Is stationed with the United Stales Coast GuHid to s*.a\' iinti nfirr t'hristmas "ilh Mrs Knauei's parent.s, Ros« Knoble and parents, Mr. and Knauer. Dr. and Mrs her husband- Mrs .loiin G .Andrew ' I.and is home from Uni\'cr.sit.\ of Oklahoma u here he is a freshman to spend the holidays with hi.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Laird. angel-wrappings for under the tree . . . Gay robes and duster* fdr your Christmas cmgels. A smart gift that's sure to rate raves all thru the year. Male* your selection now from our Christmas collection. Both sons of the Harold Stockdale household are home for Christmas. Lieut. Tom Stockdale arrived Sunday from Ft. Sill, Oklahoma to spend a 30 day leave here before reporting to the East Coast for an overseas absignmenl. Robert Stockdale came in Frida.\ night from Miami Univer .sitv Oxford, O . where he ii a fresii- man. HAPPY BIRTHDAY , f, Today, De*. 19 Rruce .lenewein. Huron, ninr Mrs, Erma L'Irick David Brownell, 13 FOR CHRISTMAS MUSIC LESSONS With Instrument FuinUbed on our Trial Course. Call ifso. Wiltiamf Music Ctnttr 428 W. Market St. Ph. A. She's SHIP of a bnsht Christmas in our gay quilted duster of Reverie crep«. Smfirtly .st\k>cl with new-siiape collai, notch cuffs, and big patch pockets. Easily washable luti. In small, medium or large. Navv. turquoise, rouge. *I3.98 B. A luxurious ho\isecoat for lo\'ejy lapletf>lv femininp duster of quilted Reverie fomph trlx- x^'ashahlp, Notp the convertible collar and whirling skirt. In navy with t'open blue,' sizes. »I7.»« C. Ro.sps srnkp thp KP ^ notp nf thi.s completely faminine duster of quilted Reverie rrppe. Kii><\ tri huiiuici .\otr thp double row of buttons down the front and pfrk\ \ehrl ho\>. a; tlu- lu^rk i2 to 20 in white, pink, or blue »I4.»» D. A sniartK ^t^ipd plnirl flannelette dvLi.ter with deep cuffed •''4 slee\'es, big patch ptxkets and liall-bellcd back. Suea 10 to 18 in vellow or pink. »3.9« THERE'S CHBISTMAS JOY m A BOX FROM FRANKEL'S Shop every day until Christmas from 9:30 A. M. till 9:00 P. M. Park iree at ReliAuto Wash, corner oi Wayne & Water Sts. \VmSV\\\\\»iVc;

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