The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 20, 1955 · Page 9
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 9

Sandusky, Ohio
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Tuesday, December 20, 1955
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Cousin, Sister Fete Marilynn Sartor At Pre-Nuptial Shower In honor of Marilynn Sailor, the bride-elect's cousin rind sister, BrcTida Sjie Warrl anrl Dorothy Sarlor, pnlcrtainpcl Sunday afternoon with a prc-nuplial shower at the Sartor hrfmr on Camp-sf. The Kuest ti^l inchuled I lie Misses Ann Moley. Joanne Pl'ef- ferle, Kathryn Pfanner, Carol R\iemmele, Carol Thorpe, Rita Will. Madeline Brand, Barbara Benkey, Carol t)avis, Janis Deno. Alvee (iiirtz, Viola Ceason, .loann Houle. Mrs. Bichard Zigniond, Mrs. Norman Koelsch, Mrs. Paul Bulh- g'atz, Mrs. Vincent Kresch, Mrs. Keith Stierhol'f Mrs. Donald Snyder, Mrs. Monte Tucker. Mrs. Ronald Stamni. Mrs. Dclbcrt Wobser. Mrs. Paul Allen. Mrs. (j e o r R e Fitzthum, Mrs. .lohn Kromei', Mrs. Charles .MuKin. Mrs. Cieori^e Mosor and Mis. Wesley Moyer. Couples Club Meets For Dinner Party Christmas decor hiRhlighled by a centerpiece and niiniatuie Santa place favors completed the setting at the se\en o'clock dinner party of the Couples Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Warner, 3916 Camphell-st Sunday, Dec. 18. A gift exchange followed by card play provided the evening's diversioK. -iWard winners were: Mrs. Horschel ZcUner. Curtis Perry, Mrs. Warnei-. Mr. and Mrs. George Gove and William Robertson. Others present were; Mrs. Curtis Perry, Mr. and Mrs. George Shatzer, Mr. and Mrs. William Pease. Mrs. William Robertson and Herschel Zellner. Mr. and Mr,s. Gove, 1444 Hol- lyrood-rd will entertain the club with a New 'Year's party. Committee Heads Named By OCSEA At Yule Party Meet Ohio Civil Service Employes .Association, Brio Chapter, climaxed its December meeting with a Christmas party and gift exchange. Members and their guests attended the meeting and party jheld In the dining room of the Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Home Hospital. Mrs. James Cullin, president, ipre.sidcd at both the executive jmeeting and regular meeting and assisted In serving the Christmas jrcfre.shments, The hospital dining room was gaily decorated in Christmas greiens, candles, bright colored f 'l "-^J^ MONORKD SPONSORAnVIS:^ c^^^^^^^^^^^ OR-Mrs, Mward Su.sterMc, Mrs. C. Beck. Mrs. Merlin Hammond.. Refrshmenls were served at Mis.s Jean Ho man and Mrs Harold Strubtc are pictured left to right above. They were photo- long tables, while Chri.stmas graphed loge her when International Honorary Membership in the organization was conferred iCarols were played. Mrs. Edward on Mrs. Swanheck, who sponsored the original local chapter and served as its advisor until the McVicker, Miss l.sabellc Grebin. imc 01 ber^ elecimn as Ene-cojepresentalive to the Ohio Legislature A .sequel to the banquet iMrs. Mathilda Leslie and Mrs. Higher Teachers TnK \(1, Dec 21) dP) —• A spokesman for the I'okyo metrf)- politan s( boot boairi toda.\' defended aeainst newspaper criticism its policy of barrintr the hiring ol women teachers who are less than five feet tall. '•There are man.\- difficult ic- in\()lvin>,' 1e;ulieis less Ihnn five feet in heiuhl." the spokesman said. "In out door atti-.ities it i.s difficult to locate her. and in the classrooms seh will not be able to reach the top of the black- classroom-- she will not he able A|)pi oximately 07 percent of the area ot Turkev i in ,\sia, onl\ lluci perieni in Kurope VFW Auxiliary Hm Party After Dinner Frosty snowmen atop handmade baskets formed from Christinas cards, were filled with cand .N for clevei place faxors on I he tables at the Cameo Sunper Club Thursdax evening, Dec. 15 for the aiuiual ^'llletide parlv of the Past Presidents of VFW Anxiiiat.\ .Mrs Peter Cor.o served as chairman of the affair. Follow inH the six-thirty, o'clock dinner the Kroup adjourned to the home of .Mrs LeRoy Stone for an evenint; of cards, .\^^ard winners were; Mrs, Henry Ziee- ler. Mrs. Fdw in Oswald and Mrs. ;'l,\de Gentrv. .SanrtiHkj'. o.. to»«.. rtee. I#, Hiil| A small llght{. • ehUrch, itvrtllt- a mu.sical device provided Mli^ lainment, and Mr*. Stone 's ho 't*! was beautifully d#eofit#«) throughout. After the luncHedll a sift exchange was held. * Others present were: Mff. Jeannctle Evans, Mrs, EdW *tt1 Clark, Mrs. Arthui Biglln. Mfs. Leo Watters, Sr„ Mrs, Albert, Volmer, Mrs. Nelson Uhl «ilH Mrs. Walter Sheets, the latter being the hostess for the club .Tan. to at her home on Perry-st. Pheasants reach their heaviest weight of the .vear ahout Df- cemher 1. Harlp,v lnftm;«n and reception staged by Eta Omega chapter in Mrs. Swanheck's honor last month came at the chapter's lecent Christmas party. On this occasion, the sorority's highest degree, the exemplar dogiee was bestowed on the chapter's highly esteemed sponsor, who received the jewelled exemplar pin at the November banquet. The second ceremony in which chapter officers, headed by Mrs. Harold Beck, president, all pla.ved important roles, officially completed the second phase of the tribute. .Mrs. Harold /oin was hostess for ;he Christmas party at her jWllma Winters, were in charge jof arrangements, j At the' executive meeting, the j following members were elect^'d to chairmanships for the coming home on Horseshoe-av. During impiessive candlelight ceremonies which followed a festive potluck dinner, .Mrs. Struble presented Ihe exemplar degree to •Mrs. Swanheck. Presentation of various otheriW degrees brought other members!.* who had completed certain re-'k' quircmenls and obligations of ^ the organization up for recognl- % lion. Mrs. Beck officiated at thej^ pledge ritual for three new niemhers, Alice frreen, Joyce :Leuch and Marilyn Heenan. The Ritual of Jewels degT 'ec was given by Mrs. Sustersic ^o Mrs. William Conkle, Mrs. Beck, :Mrs. Harold Smith, Miss Hott!man, Mrs. Vincent 'Virak and jMiss Mary Lou Abell. .\'ear; Mrs. Ruth Phillips. mem- Others present were Mrs. Da -iL 'NICEF thanking members for hership: Miss Clara Rotsinger. vid Singler. Mrs. David Wiescn-;recent activities in behalf of the historian and Mrs. Marguerite auer and Mrs, Hammond. hungry children of the world. McVicker, entertainment commit- Another incident of tiie eve- The next meeting will be at tee. The next meeting is set for ning was the letter from'Mrs. Singler's home on Jan. 3. Jan. 9, 1956. FOR CHRISTMAS t Local GirL Airman, Will Wed In Texas Study Club Marks Yuletide Season s Mr. and Mrs. William Jacalone, 1028 HancQgk-st,-a«; announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their youngest, daughter, Rosemary, to A Ic Don Bertram of Jamestown, Tcnn.. now .stationed at Bergstrom Air Force Base, Austin, Texas. The wedding will take place In Austin on Dec. 31 in St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral. Miss Jacalone, a 1934 graduate of St. Mary's High school, is presently staying with her sister. Mrs. Frank Coles in Austin. Her fiance who trained at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Texas, is with the 12th Stratetgic Air Command. Dinner To Open LW.P. Festivity L. W. P. Club's annual Christmas party will begin with a dinner at the Murschell House Wednesday. Dec. 21, at 6:30 p. m. Later the group will go to the home of Mrs. Kenneth Smith., for a social evening including a gift exchange and the revealing of secret sisters. Officers recently elected bv the group to serve for the coming year are Mrs. Clifford Dicknfan, pre.sident; Mrs. Kenneth Smilii, ^•ice-preoident; Mf.s. James Dowler, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Charles Shelby, reporter and Mrs, Harlin Hodgkinson, cheer- up sister. Mrs. Charles Shelby is a new member. Member-.s of the Queen of Peace Study Club en.ioyed a delightful Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Lament Fataer, 1^22 Finch-sl. Plans wo,"e made for the distribution of baskets of groceries for needy families. In games of pinochle award winners were Mrs. J. L. Carroll Miss Agnes Homegardner, Mrs. Gerald Holscher and Mrs. Thelma Weis. [..uncheon was served at an attractively decorated table, the center piece depicting the nativity scene and miniature lighted; '• candles at each place. Co-hostesses for the affair were Miss Lenore Guckert .and Mrs. Vesta Jones. Other members present were Mrs. Mary Icsman. Mrs. Philip Nemitz, Miss Irene Riedy. Mrs, Frank Volz, and Mrs. Charles Zehringer. The group will meet next at the hom° of Mrs. Frank Volz, 434 Pearl-st. 5 Black k Blue —$9:n Tan, Black, Burgundy $4.00 k $5.00 Blue, While and Red $2.95 Everyone on Santa's list wants new footwear. No wonder, when there are so many to choose from . . . gay and glamorous, cute and cuddly, handsome and comfortable. Black k Brown $10.00 k. up PERSONALS Joan Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tucker, Bay View will arrive home Thursday morning from the St. Louis School of Nursing to spend the holida>s here. 5^ TO BU V THE BEST 3 W. MARKET ST. SAHDU5KY OHIO Make it a Long remembered, long- asting . . . your gift of leather. We've a complete selection of fin« lealhei- sifl.s for men . . . e\er\thino from key cases to lu.cgage! Matched Set by Themselves You']/Love EAGLES LUGGAGE .From globe-lrotter to week-ender, everN'body likes a gift of luggage! Choose now for Christmas from our comolete selection. WEBER'S MEN'S WEAR. INC. W. Market St. David Nebergall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nebergall, is i^ome from Hobart College, Geneva, N, Y. where he is a freshman, to spend the Christmas vacation. MANNERS MAKE FRIENDS SHS senior Eddie Lutz. son ol j Mr, and Mrs. Edward Lutz. 520 ; Cohmibus-av, drove to Craw- 1 fordsville. Ind. last week-end to i have a look at Wabash College ' where he plans to matriculate. ! Henry Sheldon rode back with t him to spend the college vaca: lion w ith his parents. Dr. and 'Mrs. Dean Sheldon, Wayne-st. Farm Bureau News You toO 'Can be a Christmas Belle BrocadM — Taffetas — Lama'a — Tha Caryl Crana collection of holiday frocks will make you as smart as any Christmas belle might desire. The Christmas season is an ideal time for having an open house for your friends. Refreshments can be simple and a house decorated for Christmas alway.s looks hospitable and inviting. So don't just say to your friends, "Do come by to see us during the holidays." Make your invitation a definite one—for , certain day at a certain time. That way you'll be sure ol seeing your friends during the Christma,s season. CHAPPEL VALLEY COUNCIL FLORENCE. Dec. 20 — December meeting and Christmas parly of Chappel Valley Farm Bureau Council was held in the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Howard Locke with 12 members present. Roll call was Christmas .jokes or stories. Dis- (ussion was led by Mrs. Arthur Cnultrip on "In our farm business dealings—right and wrong." A gift exchange and refreshments followed. Union college, Schenectady, New York, was the first nonsectarian college in the United States. Chartered in 1795, it was the first college west of the Hudson. Ten week Series (ci' $1.00 per week. Series includes: 1 HOUR INSTRUCTION PER WEEK 1 PRACTICE SESSION PER WEEK 1 DRESS UP PARTY / CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ^ Enrollment Fee tor this $10.00 course only $7.00!! WINTER BLOOMING PRINTS Fashion reircthmttnls in tii* hasii of wintar— and beautiful harbinger of spring. Our coler-alruck rsyon tafftta print, with psrty-going msnntri, and big bountiful skirt built right A A AC oT«r it* own crisp effiBoUns. MM HA » to U. AfceMM IT'S MAGICI This is you . > . an Oriantal •nchantrass in a tlivar of ihimmaring Brocad*. To hold your audianca spallbound, aran whan making an •xit, an accan- tuatad scoop back. Black with gold. Siats: 7 to IS. dramatic entrance Holidsk scans .... You, tha star of tha show, appaar In a acana-stealing p»tti crapa^ to dramatis* your waist — a softly shirrad top. Tha climax— a swoop of paplum, all pallon lined. Spotlight colors of Had. TuxquoiM, Black. Sixas 9 to 15.

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