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Jingle Bell Ball Calendared By Girl Scout Troop 22 For Dec. 29 E 'er the younger crowd, the "Jingle BelJ Ball" to be * given by the Girl Scouts of Troop 22. is one of the •vents holding promi.se of holiday merriment. The invitational affair to In-1 — rliide friends of troop lYiembers, Pi— ^1- . uiU iiave Its setting in the new- ACCPPCI tlQ OHapteT Iv enlarged ballroom at the'^f B A I M Ct #«««t#* DUS knights of Cohnnbus Home. l'^* OigmQ mi Robert Montgomery's orche.stra will play. Mr.s. Glen Hermes, troop leader and Mrs. Robert Wassner. fltssistsnt, are supervising planning. Junior Auxiliary Of American Legion Elects New Officers American Legion Junior Auxiliary, tnit 83, elected Peggy Jo Wcller chairman, Linda Papen- fii.se, secretary, Barbara Weigel, Kappa Eta Chapter oi Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Anna Mariotti Monday evening the ! for a Christma.s party and gilt e.xchange. During a short bu,si- ness ses.sion preceding the fe.s- tivities, food donation.s were collected from pledges for a Chri.st- ma.s gilt liaslvcl. Luncheon was served by the hostess after the clo.sing ritual. Those attending were M.irilyn Feaga. Lata Hitchcocl?. Nancy Milne. Connie Ritter, Peggy Tyler, Janet Pahnison, Jeannine Manning. Paulctte Wcsterhold and Carol Vanchnnis. The next meeting will be at TOT Club Present At Birthday Fete For Bert Karbler Bert Karbler, Castalia, was pleasantly surprised on his birtb- :day anniversary Friday, IJe'c. 16. wlien Mrs. Karbler entertained for him. having members of the TOT Club and their husbands as guests. After an evening of card play. Mrs. Karbler was presented a group gift. A Christmas gift exchange was then held, followed b\' a seiv'ice of refresliments. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. I Fred Parlcer, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Parkei-, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Russell. Mr. and Mrs. William jOpper, Mr. and Mrs. Louts Karbler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Prout, Mr. and Mrs. James Ransom. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graves, rs. Gladys Ransom, Mrs, Libby Karbler. Clayton Fox. Miss Amanda Frank and Mrs. Lloyd Wadsworth. Topi In Junior Styles Presidents' Parley Of Legion Auxiliary Has Christmas Party scrgeant-at-arms and Linda Har tung, chaplain. Installation was I^ata Hitchcock's home on Jan. 9 held after the election session; at 7:30 p. m. Saturday. A Christmas party and gift exchange followed. Others attending were Susan Hill, Janice Weigel, Lorrain Bauer, Barbara Dixon, Mary Ann Maguire, Ginger Maguire, Jane Maguire, Joan Maguire, Karen Bauer, Martha liicms, Ann Van -^rg and senior auxiliary members, Mrs. Woodrow Bauer, president: Miss Elizabeth Gilbert, Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. Ray Riems. MANNERS MAKE FRIENDS Tip Toppers' Party A delightful luncheon, gift exchange and card play proved a Kiiccessl 'ul evening for members of the Tip Toppers Club, at the home of Mrs. Walter G. Babcock, Thursday, Dec. 15. .Award winners were Mrs. L. A. Kromer, Mrs. Robert Bloomqui.st, Mrs. Eli/.abclh Good and Mr3. U'ilson Schipple. Mrs. Fred Roder will entertain at the first meeting of the new year. Chat, Chatter Club Has Dinner Meeting Among tlip many organizations observing the yuletide sea-i^on with partie.';. was the Chat and Chatter Clnb. gathering at the Loe Cabin Inn lor dinner. Card play provided the eve- ining's entertainment. .Award j winners were Mrs. Jolm Strong, Mrs. Vincent Best, Howard Weii- nau and George Baum. Others piesent at the affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Vincent Best, Mr, and Mrs. Norman Weilnau, Mrs. George Raum, Mr. and Mrs. George Dcering, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Muber, Airs. Howard Weilnau, Mr. and Mis. Harold Leber, J\Ir. and Mrs. Henry Weilnau, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ohlemacher, Ml-, and Mrs. Russell Wallraben- stcin and John Strong. Mrs. Best. Strecker-rd, will be the hostess for the next meeting. Past Presidents Parley ol the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 83 met at Barone's Restaurant for a Cliristmas parly on Dec. 8. The committee, headed Dy Mrx Marion Baile.%. president, also included .Mrs. W o o d r o w Bauer, Mrs. Harry Clulman. Mr«. Emil Hendricksen, .Mrs. Clitioid Jewett, Miss WiU\\H KUif- ter, Mrs. Carl Oy\c\\ Mr.-^. Earl Webster and 'Mrs. Frank Wellcr. Mrs. Oyler had charge of the gilt exchange. Games of pinochle piovidcd on- .fM .iinmcnt with a\\aids soing to .Mrs. Krcd Park. Miv, Wcb.-sler lMr.« Harold Miller, .Mrs. Errald iKelW-r. and Mrs, .louott. Others present were Mrs. Freda iFybner. Mrs. Mare Kreeman. Mrs. Hirnni Hvintlc>\ Mrs C.nrl (Jootl- ,site. Mrs. Wade Miller, Mrs. Al- |bcrt Royer Mrs. Hugo Scliaufel- loercer and .Mrs. Neuton Zahn. I PHOLD.S ELECTION COIAMBLS. DvA-. L'l ilN.S> — Ihc 1W4 eleclKin ni Dan Halt us Drtiani'c-ii> ((iniiiioii p)ca> jndtjc uas upheld (o (li.\- by Ihc Ohio supreme lourt .hi t before •serving rice, add chopped stuffed olives and butter or nnrKarine Scr\e uith \."';h rabbit or >cranibUHl eilK*^- December Meeting Of Modem PrisciUds At C. Sargeant Home Modem Priscilla Club met at the home of Mrs. C. C. Sargeant, Patten Tract-rd for the December program and Chrl.stmas pnrtN. Roll call on the topic of "Hobbles" brought a number of in- terestiuK replies. Mrs. Susan Olcott uas appointed to represent the club at the executive meeting of the county federation. The session is scheduled today at the home of Mrs. Neil Jones in Milan. The life and work of Norman Vincent Peale was prtaetttdti IK an insptring matinw l )f Mm, Harold Pickett, and copies of t(\n litet-ature were distrttnitfd to IfiC group. Mental exercise accompanied the distribution of gifts HIIMMi members were required to match historical dates with significaht events to obtain their packages. Lunch was served at a long 'table where decorated nut, cups on crocheted dolltes were Individual place favors. The hostess who took the place of Mrs. L. G. Parker whose mother was HI, w«« Assisted by her daughter -in-law, (Mrs. Robert Sargeant. Don't act embarrassed if some-, one for whom you don't hasei a Christmas gilt unexpectedly i gives you one. Simply accept it] with pleasure and without apol-j ogy lor not having a gilt tor thej giver. At some later date .^ou' WA.S'T ADS BRING RESULTS can do .something for"iiie person i that will be just as much appre-i ciated as a Christmas gilt would i have been. I "Trading" is in the spirit of': the market place, not the spirit! of Christmas. THURSDAY Sandusky High A Cappella Choir annual Christmas concert—S a n d u s k y High school auditorium, 8 p. m, * »—jii Here's the pet of fashion this season—the beautifully fitting long torso frock with a choice of collar-, ed or low square necklines. j Pattern No. 8342 is in sizes 9. 11,' 12, 13, 14. 16.. 18. Size 11, short' -sleeve. 4's yards of 35-ineh; 2i yards lace for collar. For this pattern, send 33 cents m COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM -I HER to Sue Burnett (Register-! Star-News I 372 W, Quincy-sl, Chi-, cago 6, 111. \ With yonr pattern order include an additional 2."j cents for your copy \ of our fascinating new fall & winter '.5.> pattern book. This latest edition of Basic FASHION contains I a wealth of sew-simpic, up-to-the-| minute—styles,—special features, i Firelands Shrine, No. 43. Order of White Shrine of .lerusalem — Meeting and ceremonial, 8 p. m. * * • SPWC Cancer Dressings Project--YMCA. 1 p. m. colo; and style. 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