The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 20, 1955 · Page 8
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December 20, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 8

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THE SANDUSKY REOlSTER-STAft.NEWS Sailing Club Annual Holiday Dance Slaled For Monday Evening, Dec 26 O ne of Ihc gala highlights of the holiday social season is Sandusky Sailing Club's annual Christhias dance scheduled for Monday evening. Dec. 26, at Grotto Hall. Robert Montgomery's orchestra will play for the nautical crowd and their friends from 9 to I. Mr. and Mrs. William Heim are heading the com- mitlco on arrangements. Proceeds from tickets issued on a donation basis will go to replenish the funds for the club's junior sailing program. Camp Fire GirlsV Activities You Can Make This Decoration .After the -msinpss meeting of *the Loving Bhie Birds m Barker 'School the girls marie Christmas iglffs from felf for their mothers. •The group which i.s led by Mrs. ,Hugh Dewey and Mrs. Bernard •N^lhm closed their meeting with ,'the singing rf Christmas carols. * Monroe School Blue Birds fin- •i.shed making Christmas gifts for ;their mothers when they met ;with Mrs. Norman Windau in the Grace Church Und rcroft. They 'made plan."; to make Christmas (cards and vrap their gifts at ; their next meeting. • Presiden* Bornir Morcy open- led the meeting of the Calvary Blue Birds from Sycamore School .Vice '^resident, Sandy Stewart, ioollected the dues in tlie absence •6' the treasurer. Final plans i'ere made for their Christmas *arty. Each girl dr. a name, for the gift exchange. At the ,<5oncIu. on of the business, the 'girls decorated Christmas cook- :^cs. : The Holy Angel's Camp Fire •phis iield their meeting at the ;bome of Mrs. Francis O'Brien ! on Shelby-st. Eight girls were ; present at the meeting. The ; Torch Bearers of the group dis —^cussed whiclv one of the seven- Iteen crafts they were going to J take. It was decided to do •Handcraft. They also practiced -the Christmas songs which they ; will ig when they go caroling. J The Flying Blue Birds of < c ampb '1 School met at the home '. of Mrs, Edmon Miller, assistant ,' leader. They painted the Christ- jl mas tree decorations, which they had made at a previous meet- 'ing. Beautiful .stars, cuddly ; chicks, attractive Christmas trees, 1 varigated butterfl.es, and real! Istic Santa Clauses took shape J and color. Mrs. Roger Stephens ?Is the leader of the group. The Blue Birds of St. Peter's and Paul's School met at the home of Mrs. Emmett Murray who is assisting Mrs. Vincent Moran. An advent vreath was ; made and gifts were prepared < up to the wrapping stage. Next . meeting at the same place, was . a Christmas party. The com: mittee i icluded Patricia Miekle, Chris • »e Moran, Diane Lichtle, \ Linda • ontgomery, Paula Brown, Marsha Fosco, Angela Barone. and Karen Ward. Ontario School Blue Birds worked on Chri-stmas gifts and made trimmings for a Christmas Tree. Plans were completed for a Chrl.stmas party which will be held at the home of Mrs. Glen Detro on Dec. 20. Each girl is to bring a small gift for the exchange. The meeting was clo.sed with the Blue Bird Wish and song. Mrs. J. A. Shercr assists Mrs. Detro. Om Ta Wan Ka Camp Fire Girls opened their meeting by singing the Camp Fire Law. The group whose guardians are Mrs. H. A. Frutig and Mrs. Wm. Loffer discus.sed holding a tea for their mothers. At the close of the meeting the girls made Christmas cards for their mothers, r 'atty Loffer is the president and Ann Wennes, the scribe. Kathy Voltz read the opening prayer of the No O Ki Hi Camp Fire Girls. Plans were made for a Christmas party to be held at the home of Carol Ann Will. Games and contests will provide the entertainment. A gift exchange, Christmas lunch and the singing of carols will be enjoyed. The committees in charge are Refreshments: Peggy Ohlemacher, Kathleen Touhey, Margaret Miller, Mary Jo Kaman, Mery Lou Wagner, Kathy Voltz, Mary Jane Trost, Nancy Rengel, Pamela Scheck, Ann Wilson, JoAnn Hoelzer, Diane Klein, Entertainment; Lynda Ball, Jean Ann Hoelzer, Diane Disbrov/, Margaret Kautz. Decorations .Carol Ann Wil. A shelf has been set up on the Children's side of the Library for the convenience of Camp Fire program is welcome and suggestions. Any girl of the Camp Fire program is wlecome to use the books at any time. HAPPY BIRTHDAY « -g' TODAY—Dec. 30 Otto Rudolph Terry Lee Bechstein, Bay View Dolores Rubrics Gearhart Joanne Edwards, 14 WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Make something attractively different for your table during the Christmas holidays. It's easy. A single red candle, a piece of colored ribbon, some small Christmas balls and a new snow white super fine mntcrinl made of glass fibers lends originality to your pattorn, gpt.s Rifts of favorable expre.s.sions from guests. The material can be cut to any pattern with knife or sciccors. The contrasting colors offer a striking pattern against the dark grain of a tahlo. Wednesday Mothers Knowledge (^lub Christmas Party, .Stone House. * • + Mothers Iloundlable—Mis. Harmon Bruen.s, 2902 S. Campbell-.st, 8 p. m. * * * F. C. Mothers Club—Mrs. Robert Unckrich. Rt. 1, S. Columbus-av, P.:l,'j p. m. * • * Perkins PTA — Christmas party and business meeting. * + • Girl Scout Leaders—Office, 8 p. ni. * * * Sandusky City Club Clirisl- mas parly, Martin's Restaurant. * • • Friendly Circle of the Blind—Fifteenth anniveisary celebration. Business Women's Club, 1 p. m. * • • Freshman Class Sandusky Branch BGSU—Christmas party, Osborne School. * * * Executive Board Eric-co Federation of Women's Clubs Mrs. Neil .lones, 150 Ceiiter- st, Milan, 2 p. m. « + * Sandn.skv B.-iv nebokah Lodge—Christinas parly. * * * Trinity Circle, D, of I.— Christmas party, St. Mary's hall, 7:30 p. m. * * • Margarotta PTA—poliuck and gift exchange party, at the school, (KSO p. m. * + * Carpenters Auxiliary No. 571— Christmas b a n q u e t, Cameo Supper Club, 6:30 Calvary Guild's Officers Preside At Annual Yule Affair Presiding at the annual Christmas party of Women's Guild of Calvary Episcopal Church were tli.^ new officers, Mrs, Lee Asher, president; Mrs. Jane Quick, vice- president; Mrs. Norman Ott, trea.surer; Mrs. Charle.s Wilheim, ; cretary and Mrs. Henry Keimer. Sunshine chairman. Luncheon was served at tables gaily decorated in holiday motif. Miniature candy candle holders with tiny red candles were place favors. A gift exchange was a feature of the event. Those serving on the committee were Mrs. Quick, Mrs. James Bickley. Mrs. William Turk and Miss Mildred Evans. The next regular meeting Is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 29. For Firelands Shrine No. 43. Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, a ceremonial will feature the December meeting: Thursday, Dec. 22 in Grotto Hall at 8 p. m. Dinner at Martin',s Restaurant win mark the Christmas celebration for Sandusky City Club Wednesday, Dec. 21. at 6:30 p. m. p. m., afterwards go to Carpenters hall, Reese-st. * * « Sandusky City Club Christmas party, Martin's Restaurant, 6:30 p. m. U.n^\\\\\V,V\ up a tree? give ker stockings in ker own personal leg-size If she's a Christmas name-tiropper— listen—and you're sure to hear the famona name of Belle-Sharmeer.' Because every lady from 17 to 70 would love to receive perfect-fitting Belle-Sharmeer Stockinga m her own personal I.^g-Size. If yov're a sky Santa, just give as a ring and we'B tend a box or a whole daxzling wardrobe of beautiful Belle-Sharmeer Stockings with your fondest Christmas wishes! «l.3 J to n .9S m pair Christmas is more tliaii just a gleam in our eyes!... Beautifully styled lingferie will earn you raves on Christmas Day. Always a lovely gift . . . Artemis styled lingerie is perfect for gifting. LUXURIOUSLY STYLED BY A. Rod jacket of nylon with "illusion smoclitng" and nylon Val Lace. Kas.\ to lauiidci with no ironing needed In pink or blue; small, medium ami large. »5.»» B, \vlon trii-ot with chantilly lace trim makes this an exquisite gown. Daiaiy cap sleeves and lined bodice. In pinli and blue, sizes 32 to 44. C. .Smocking on a slip of opaque nylon tricot. Cover-bra bodice and t'rillv nylon tricoi ruffle add a reaily feminine touch to this lovely slip In white only, sizes 32 to 44. I). Fiopoi tioned length slip with kick pleat; fashioned in dacron-nylon with C'hantiliv lace bodice. In white only, sizes 32 to 44, Matching K. \ 111)1 l)cr io\ri bra .slip. thi.s one too In proportioiifd lengths. Nylon val laci on o|)a(iuc nylon tricot. White, sizes 32 to 40. *».98 B. THERE'S CHRISTMAS JOY IN A BOX FROM FRANKEL'S PARK FREE AT RELIAUTO WASH

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