The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 19, 1955 · Page 7
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 7

Sandusky, Ohio
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Monday, December 19, 1955
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St Stephens E and R RingelGallagher Vows Solemnized «,E?J2T««?J„^^r^^^^ Couples Club Has Christmas Party ' ^^'^"''•'^ jthe selling for tlip niicl-Hiiv wtMl- Couples Club of St. Stephen's I'""* '« '^"'^ E «nd R Church held their an-; Ann Ringel and Ua>nc Dallis Gallagher. After a short Irip. thr coiiplu nual Christmas party at the Log Cabin Inn. Tables were centered with attractive holiday arranRC -iwiJl livp at 3 Spenter-nv, in the ments and individual place favorsl Ohio Soldiers and Sailor .s liomn were small angels. Entertainment] area. The brii c, daughter of at the church followed the dln-JM,.. and Mrs. Harry Kussoll. 25 ner. i Dc Wilt-av, is a at the OSSM hospital. Thr bridcgrooin, .son of Ames Gallagher .Vor- walk, is employed with Bechtel- McLaughlin Inc. as a painter. The Rev. .T. A. Grilfith offici- Those present were the Rev, and Mrs. Richard Belsan; Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lecoy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Timple. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Willinger. Mr. and Mrs,! , "f; Henry Cane. Mr. and Mrs. Ever- «' ^-^remony and \V,i eee Wren, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sehlottag, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ham Scheid played '.ho organ, French blue Alcncon lace o\er Bickley, Mrs,'Wade Miller, Mrj'^e same shade of nylon art and and Mrs. Russell Kromer, Mr. and Mrs, .ferrold Knauer, Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Knauer, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hartenfcld. At the short business meeting. Richard Timpic, president, introduced Alvin Knauer as his successor in that office and Martha Bnrnhart as Ihe new secretary for IP.'ifi. taffeta fashoned the bririe'f^ gown. The scoop neckline w edged in pleated nylon tulle and the slim circular skirl had tl;ircd jjancis of at either side She wori a matching .Inliel cap of satin seciviin-trimmed satin and \el\ct w'lh a face veil and carried a hand corsage of pink poinseltias Her Jewelrx consisted of a pearl necklace and eav- i rings. Mrs, V'ilmn Winters was the i bride's only attenr'ant in aqua if He taffeta. Her corsage was of pink poinsettias like the brides. Allai' I-ynn Ringel was nnghear- jer and George Gallagher, brother nf tl.e groom, wa'- best man. The wedding dinner was served at Marone's RestaiiranI and the altero. '1 reception was at the ' r^\issels' homo. Mis, Russell i wore huntei' gn en, and toast accessories «ilh a corsage of red roselnids, Mrs, Kdwa'(1 .ilasek. Mrs. hi is Krueger, Mrs, Walter Hussell, were hostesses. Newcomers Club Has Pretty Affair Mrs. H. Pratt Gives Bridal Shower For Miss Loudenslagel Miss Martha Ann Loudenslag- el, whose marriage to Dr. Robert Carver of Lakesi .e will take place Dec ''f was honored with a china and linen slower given by Mrs Harri.son W. Pratt at het home. Guests included Mrs, Nelson Mus.son. '^remont Mrs, Forest Voder, Bellevue: ,ind .Sandusk- ian.s. Mrs. William .Maschal. Mrs Carl Koehlcr. Mrs. Frank I Hendricks, Mrs Robert Kromer I Mrs. r.ouis A, Schultz. Sr,. Mrs. Ed Wiegsnd and the bride-elect's patents, Mr, and Mrs. William O, Loudrnslagcl, The ^I •atts' interesting pine- paneller "antique room" provided the cozy candle lighted setting for the pleasant affair. Pine boughs, cones and Christmas candles adornerl tables .il Q n ^1 1 'the Business Women's Club, nUSV Dee UlUD rlayP.; Thursday afternoon. Dec, l.i Christmas Gift Game'"*^' ^^<^^^-- "f A game entitled, "Christmas gift" provided ntcrcsting diversion for members of the Busy Bee Club's annual Christmas party, at the home of Mrs, Fred W. Gasteior, Strecker-rd, Thur,=!day. Dec. 1,5. Mrs. Harold Pickett and Mrs. John Bingel .served on the committees. Newcomers Club gathered for luncheon. Guest speaker for the occasion was Karl Kurtz, "the oddity man." His topic related to many unusual and humorous facts about Sanduskyland. Hostess for the day were Mrs, William D. Lewis, Mrs. Edwin entertainment! Jump, Mrs. Karl Knapp. Mrs. William Engel and Mrs. M, U. Semmons. Mrs. A. Dwight Spayth and Mrs. Paul Childress were introduced as new members. Others pi-esent were: Mrs. W. After a gift exchange and .short meeting conducted by Mrs-. Walter Rowland, the hostcs, assisted by her daughter, Mrs, John Mower.\-.Bellevue, who was the guest of the group, serv-j.\. Adams, Mrs. Clayton Ainsley. td refreshments. I Mrs. Elsie Anderson, Mrs. Rob- Mrs. William Smetzer will be j ert Berg, Mrs. L F. Bishman. Mrs. hostess for the January meetingi Imetm-.'"'^' GrotoH Farm Group ,?anies Murden. Mrs. Harold Clayton. .Mrs. Robert Conaway, Mrs. \ernon Co.x, .Mrs. .lames Criliey Mr.s. R. L. Dessecker. Mrs Fiank Kdgar-. Mrs. Gordon F.rick- scn, Mrs, Olaf Ericksen. Mrs A. W, Kailar, .VI s. Jewell Flinn. Mis. Tinioth.\ Fole,\. Mrs. George Foster, Mrs. Clarence Geiger, Mrs, A. J. Gordon, Mrs. Robert Graci. Mrs, O, F, Grimes, Mrs. G, K .Hammond. Mrs. C. D. Hartmnii, Mis. Robert Heenan. .^Irs, Carl Heiss. Mrs, Leroy Ilinkc.v. .Mrs, ,)ack Hitch, Mrs. Knoble. Mrs, Joe Manlkow- ski, Mrs, H, \\\ Meyer, Mrs. .lohn Miller, Mrs. Quaid Misbey, •Mis. Harry Shaw, Mrs. Rosebrook, Mrs. Donald Smith, Mr."!. Harold .Smith, Mrs. D. C. Stewart. Mrs, C. A, Sundberg and Mrs. Jack Walker. SHS A Cappella Choir, 1st performance of annual Christmas concert, high school auditorium, 8 p. m. * * • Mills school, open house for parents. 7 p. m. * • * Child Study Club. Chrisl- mas party. Mrs, Richard Longer, 319 4aih-st, * • * Singara Caldron. Daughters of Mokanna. potluck dinner and gift exchange. 6:13 p. m. meeting a! R p. m. * * * VFW Auxiliary, Christmas party, 6:30 p. m. * * * Eagles .Auxiliary. Christmas party, 6:30 p. m. Marffaretta PT.\ will meet at the school Wednesday flight at 6:30 for a potluck supper and Christmas party with a rift exchange. Caipenters Auxiliary No. 571 will have a Christmas banquet wi^h a gift exchange «t the Cameo Supper Club Wednesday. Dec. 21, at 6:30 p. m. f^ater the group will go to the Carpenters Hall on Reesc-st foV games of pinochle to include members' husbands. Mrs. Ray Thomas and Mrs. l^ouis Reinheimer fire in cha ge of table decorations. Has Yuletide Dinner Groton Rangers Farm Bureau Advisory Council members observed the yuletide .season with a dinner party at Parkertown Restaurant and gift exchange, A informal evening was spent playing cards or chatting with friends. Present at the gathering were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moser, Mr. and Mrs. August Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Stone, .Mr. and Mrs. James Knapp, Mr. antl Mrs. Walter Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bunting, Mr. and Mrs. John Fleming, ffobert Byers and Mr, and Mrs. Earl L. Gasteicr. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming, Strecker-rd will entertain the group in January. 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