The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 8
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 8

Sandusky, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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THE SANDUSKY RSGtSTfiR-STARNEWS Wednesitiijr, l>eceml>«r 21, 19.15 Willoughby Church Wedding Unites Janice Henderson, Charles Balcer White poinsettias decorated tlie Immaculate Conception Cliurch in Willoughby, O. Tuesday morning, Dec. 20, when Jan- Ice Shirley Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Henderson, «26ll Milan-rd, became . the bride of Charles Harris Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker, of Willoughby. The Rev. Father Friel officiated at the nine -thirty ceremony •nd Msgr. Francis Johns pro- •%ided nuptial music. ^ Pine Ridge Country Club in •S ^Villoughby was llic setting for ^he wedding breakfast immcdi- ';§itely following the church scrv- '*Jce. The reception also was held lh..c in the afternoon from 2 5. Escorted to the altar by her lather, the bride appeared in a picturesque Victorian style gown, lesigned by Marie, and fa.shioned of regal chiffon velvet. The contour bodice had long light sleeves. A queen Anne collar of jeweled Alencon lace edged the s^ ..--e low neckline. The fulli skirt was finished with a graceful chapel train. A five-pointed tiara of pearls and Alencon lace headdress secured her imported illusion finger-tip veil. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace and her bouquet was an exquisite arrangement of liile orchids, centered with a lovers knot. Attendants were Mary Lois Baker, maid of honor, and Betty Ann Baker, both from Willoughby; Mrs. James Davis and Barbara Ford, Toledo. They all were gowned alike in waltz-length princess style American Beauty velveteen. Empire bodices topping the full skirts were enhanced with bows at the back. MRS, CHARLES H. BAKER (Janice Shirley Henderson) pieces and carried white velvet muffs, adorned with pink camel lias and variegated holly. The bride's young cousin, John D. Armbruster, was ringbearer. Best man was Donald Brock- ctl, Pittsburgh. Ushers were Leonard Stack and Thoma.s Nebel, Pittsburgh and Conrad Gilkison, Willoughby. The couple will honeymoon in Florida and New Orleans for two weeks and will return to live in Yuletide Procrram Given By WSWS WSWS of Coiumbu«-«v EUB Church met in regular session Tuesday In the church parlors, devoting the evening's program to the yuletlde season. Members will keep all religious Christmas catds which they receive an^ then will send them to Rev. Ashley, \.'ho 1« a missionary in China. A "Love Offering" was givim by each member and will be sent to Miss Lois Olsen, missionarv in Africa. Two playlets were presented, entitled "Jesus Christ, Who Is He?" and "The International Tea." Choristers participating were Mrs. Paul Wilkinson, Mrs. Tames Einstein, Mrs. Robert Dan- Frohmans' Open House Is Cancelled C ancellation of the Sidney Frohmans' traditional Christmas morning open house was •annot.mced today by Mrs. Sidney Frohman. The sudden serious illness of Mr. Frohman, who was hospitalized Tuesday night, has occasioned the announce- mertt changing a custom of long standing'at the household of the prominent Sanduskians. In view of the almost impossible task of contacting personally the large list always included in their hospitality, Mrs. Frohman is taking this method of notifying friends. iels, Mrs. Wlllahm Beamer, and Mrs. Clara Cook. A service of refreshments. In charge of Mrs. Dick Uotruck and Mrs. Beamer concluded the meeting. Friendly Neighbors In Yule Gathering Mrs. Carl ReiU Rpllevue en tertained members of the Friendly Neighbor Cl^b Tuesday even ing. using -» '.lol ay motif of decoration for he annual yule- f 'e gathering.' Awards winners during the social hour were: Mrs. Clarence .Sanderson, Mrs. Leroy Hinkey, Mrs. Carl Beilcr, Mrs. Guest Bouy and Mrs. Anna PIgor.sch Gifts were presented to Mrs. Plgor.sch and Mrs. Rose Platte Other members present were: Mrs. Catherine Laepply, Mrs. Arthur Scheck Sr., Mrs. Vincent jJre.schel, Sr., and Mrs. Leroy Hinkey, ,vho will be host- essto the club at her home Jan. 9. New Floor Care Ends Waxing One ot the ditftcult )ob» of housekeeping Is to wax linoleum and asphalt tile doors Now, thanks to Olaxo. it's no longer necessary to wax and scrub (ust apply Olaxo about twice a vear. It maintains a high lustre non slip coating that seals out dirt. Glaxo dries in one hour ana Is water clear. It's cheaper than wax in the long run. besides sav* ing a terrific amount of work plus truly a beautiful floor SUPERIOR AUTO SUPPLY 15t Colnmbns Avt. Phone 374 Read fhe Classified Pages They wore matching velvet head-l Toledo at 2436 Central-av. Variety Highlights Yule Event For Mothers' Group Mothers Round Table held a combined business meeting and Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Frank Larconib. The hostess ruad decorated beautifully to welcome club members and "St. Nick". The group's voting abolished the status of associate membership after September 19.56. Mrs. Alfred Ransom was welcomed as a new member and Mrs. James Porrine was voted into membership. The next meeting was scheduled for Jan. 18 at the home of Mrs. Howard Busdicker. Mrs. Luther Paulsen presented the Christmas program which opened with a Christmas prayer. She also read articles on the Yule customs and traditions in foreign lands. The group's president, Mrs. Robert Mainzer, conducted a highly successful .auction of candy contributed by members for the benefit of the club treasury. After games and a gift exchange a delicious lunch was served by the hostess to Mrs. Busdicker, Mrs. Leonard Delamatcr, Mrs. Harry Hauenstien, Mrs. Carl La- Grass, Mrs. Mainzer, Mrs. Roland Grner, Mrs. Paulsen and Mrs. Ransom Award winners were Mrs. Bus- dicUer, Mrs. Garner, Mrs. LaGrass and Mrs. Paulsen. Home For Christmas Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Sloat, 1401 Central-av., will have their out-of- towji son and daughter and their families here for the Holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sloat .and their family are flying in today from Memphis, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle H. Jones (Virginia Sloat) and their family are driving from Manhasset, Long Island and will arrive Thurs- d,ay. The visitors will divide their time with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wennes (Elizabeth Sloat) and their children. T HAPPY BIRTHDAY 1 <j>__ -<$ •TODAY—Dec. 21 Beverly Ann Fitzthum, one Buddy Geiger, six Joanne Bingley, five James R. Sargeant, Bellevue, 11 Jefferson Studio PhotoKr.iphy hy Norman Oram WEDDINGS—PORTRAITS 430 Decatur-st. Ph. 4936—6597 —COMMERCIAL Naval Cadet Jack Parker is home from Corry Field, Pensacola, Fla. with his parents, Commandant and Mrs. John Parker. He will remain until after the New Year when he will report tor reassignment. The Parkers and Mrs. Charles Stang are also expecting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stang from Pittsburgh. Cadet Midshipman Robert Fairfield is home from the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kingspoint, L. 1. to spend his holiday leave with his mother, Mrs. Bernice Fairfield, Lawrence-st. David and Frank Link, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Link, 1103 J\l,arlboro-st, are home for Christmas. David is a sophomore at .\otie Dame University and Frank has just finished a three year tour of duty with the United States Navy. Having graduated recently from the Marion Corps Officers School at Qtianlico, Va., Lieut James F. Gnsscr will be spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs E. J. Gosser of Patten Tract Roaci. Liout. Gosser, a 195.5 pre-law graduate of John Carroll University, has been assigned to further study /it tiie Naval School of Justice at Newport, R. I., which he (vill enter on Jan. 3. The bagpipe is a musical in- st'ument that "skirls." LAST MINUTE Gift Suggestions GAMES WINKY DINK MONOPOLY SORRY CLUE GAME OF THE STATES UNCLE WIGGLY CHECKERS CANDY LAND TOYS TINKER TOYS PLASTIC BLOCKS RUBBER TOYS SLINKY DINKY TOYS ALL SIZES DOLL CLOTHES WIGS HATS SHOE SOX Dolls 6c Toys for Girls & Boys Tlie hell HcuM Sandusky's Complete Doll Hospital CORNER HAYES & OSBORNE ON ST. RT. 4 PHONE 2974 SANDUSKY, 0. Chriiitmai} is more than juiit a gleam in our eyem. • • • We've A Mammoth Collection of the gifts she most! We 're aglow to the shelf-tops with wonderful gift items and ideas for every woman on your shopping list. Lovely accessorie.-^, jewelry, smart fashions that are sure to please. See our mammoth collection of gift item?. Frankel's are open every night till Christmas for your convenience. Smart gals will love these clever fashion ideas! And smart Santas know they're clever gift ideas. See our collection of scarfs, collars, belts and many other fashionable "ta-im- mings". Smart collars from $1.00 Lovely flowers from . 59c Umbrellas at $3.98 and $5.00 Gloves for sport and from $1.00 Belts in leather, velvet from $2.98 Smart chill-chasing sweaters by GARLAND in a wide selection of colors. Choose from orlons, lambswool, dreamspnn in plain or full-fashion sleeves. Sizes 34 to 40. Short-sleeve Sb'pover from S4.98 Long-sleeve Pullover from S5.98 Classic Cardigan from $6.98 Smart wallets by Buxton in a wide ranse of colors and styles. Always a welcome gift for every hidy on your list. from $2.00 Plus Fed.Tax Smart attractive French purses by Buxton 'oo, In a full range of colors. Open tiie coin purse •nd you can slip out coins anrl bills without unfolding the purse. from $3.98 No more worry about sckHlinu proper color-si/.e-or shade when you give an attractive Franlicl (.Jift Certificate. Available in an.\' amount from $1.00, Frankel gift certificates are a beautiful way to express your Christmas wislivs. Smart wool scarfs to please tJie younger gals on your gift lift Done in a variety of plaids, these wonderfully warm scarfs «r« sure to please. from »2.98 NYLONS Ahva>s welcome . . . Claussner sheer hosiery. See the lovely shades to choose from and all in personalized, proportioned sizes. Iron. *|.35 USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT PARK FREE AT RELI-AUTO WASH

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