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Friday, June 19, 1942 THE DAILY HERALD—CIRCLEVILLE, OHIO Rage Five Social Happenings-Personals-News of Interest to Women Mary E. Grit es Becomes Bride of HildebJones *V owsRead Before Improvised Altar • Impressive in Its simplicity was the June wedding of Miss Mary Elizabeth Clites, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edson O. Crites, and Mr. Hildeburn Jones Jr., the ceremony 0emg read at 7:30 p. rn. Thursday at the Crites home, 825 North Court street. The Rev. Robert T. Kelsey officiated, using the single ring service of the Presbyterian church. £ Ferns banked the bay window in the Jiving room, tall baskets of lovely white hydrangeas and twin scven-branch candelabra guarding the approach to the improvised altar before which the nuptial • owe were exchanged at the twilight service. Wearing a formal wedding gown of white slipper satin, the bride came to the altar on the arm of her father who gave her Rn murriar*.*. Fashioned with a Widely flaring skirt that finished with a iong train, her dress was litted tightly at the midriff, the girdle Swing finished with upturned points. The softly draped *9 <■ a <e had a sweetheart neckline ar.d a row of tiny buttons covered with tho satin of the frock marched down the center of the back. The long tight sleeves, puffed at the shoulders, finished WW I th points at the waists. Her veil of bridal illusion fell from a coronet of rosepointe lace and extended to the edge of the train. The bride’s only jewelry was a beautiful locket on a slender golden chair,, the gift of the bridegroom. Her shower bouquet of white gladioli was centered with a single exquisite orchid which she wore later with her traveling outfit. • Mrs. Franklin Crites wore a lovely frock of soft blue taffeta as she served aa matron of honor for her sister-in-law. A row of matching blue velvet bows trimmed the back of the bouffant "®skirt, that was made with a brief tram and gathered to the closely fitted bodice. The square neckline revealed the single strand of pearls that was her gift from the bride. Velvet bows trimmed the undraped frcn* of the wa;.«*t and the bracelet - kivtli sleeves w’ere slightly puffed at the shoulders. Mrs. Clites carried an arm bouquet of rose buds and baby breath tied with a large bow of rose satin • ribbon. Mr. David Jackson was best mar. for Mr. Jones. Mr. Loring Wittich. violinist, ar.d Miss Abbe Mills Clarke, pianist, played a number of unusually ^beautiful acle* lions during the evening in addition to the Lohengrin Wedding March and the simple melodies played softly during the service. The musical program included w "Romance" by Rubenstem; "Intermezzo ’ by Victor Herbert; "Ave Maria," Bach-Gounod; "Meditation" from ‘Thais,’ and "Neapolitan Serenade" by Sgam- ^bati. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Crites entertained at an informal reception, Mrs. Crites wearing a softly draped dinner gown of aqua sheer as she ^received her guests. A corsage of rose edged white carnatior a was pinned at her shoulder. Mrs. Florence Rector Jones, mother of the bridegroom, wore a printed sheer dinner frock with a corsage of SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY PHI BETA PSI SORORITY, home Mrs. Delos Marcy, West Franklin street, Tuesday 6:30 p. rn. AMERICAN LEGION AUXIL- iary, Post room, Memorial halt Tuesday at 7:30 p. rn. O. E. S., MASONIC TEMPLE, Tuesday at 7:30 p. rn. SCIOTO VALLEY GRANGE, the grange hall, Tuesday at 8:30 p. rn. STAR GRANGE, MONROE school auditorium, Tuesday at 8:30 p. rn, WEDNESDAY Mra. Roy Stew’art and Mrs. Roy Griffith, New Holland; Mrs. Homer Wright of Saitcreck township and Mrs. Aimer Junk of Xenia. Mrs. McQuay received the club prize for high score, Mrs. Alle- marig, for low and Mrs. Tarbill, the traveling prize. Garden flowers centered the tables where the two-course lunch was served after the games. The club will have a picnic Thursday, July 30, at the roadside park at Johnson’s Crossing. * * * D. A. C. Mrs. Harry Banta of Urbana | will be guest speaker at the meeting of Colonel William Ball chapter, Daughters of the American Colonists, Wednesday at the home of Miss Valeria Bostwick, 2546 Bexley Park road, Columbus. The meeting will begin with a noon luncheon, and will mark the birthday anniversary of the chapter. • • • .Shining Light Bible Class Miss Nelle Denman arranged a delightful program for the Thursday meeting of the Shining Light Bible class of the United Brethren D. A. C., HOME MISS VALERIA Bostwick, 2546 Bexley Park church, the entertainment follow- road, Columbus, Wednesday at ing the business hour in charge of Mrs. Ernest May, president. Group singing was followed with a reading, "Prayer for the Soldier Boys”, by Mrs. Roy Groce; duet, 12:30 p. in. THURSDAY U. B. AID SOCIETY, COMMUN- ity house, Thursday at 2 p. rn. DRESBACH LADIES' AID, home Mrs. Val Valentine, near Stoutsville, Thursday at 2 p.m. completed the table arrangements. The bride cut the first slice from her cake. Garden flowers in soft pastel shades decorated the buffet and mantle shelf, and a profusion of colorful flowers were used in the decorations of the home. When the new Mr. and Mrs. Jones left later in the evening for a brief wedding ’trip, the bride wore a smart blue tweed top coat over her traveling frock of poudre blue. Her small sailor hat of white straw was trimmed with luggage tan ribbon and covered with a matching veil with large dots. Her accessories were white. They plan to make their home temporarily in Circleville when they return after their trip. The new Mrs. Jones, a graduate of Circleville high school, has been an office employee of the Circleville branch of the Container Corporation of America. Mr. Jones attended Ohio State university after his graduation from Circleville high school and is in the engineering department of the Curtlss-Wright corporation, Columbus. Out-of-town guests were Miss Helen Allen and Mr. Dunton Bressler of Miami. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rector and Mr. Ted Rogers of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Dresbach of Kingston; Miss Aisle Ballard and M»ss Kathryn Breinlg of Chillicothe; Mr. Hildeburn Jones Sr. of Cincinnati; MY. and Mrs. A. M. Newton of Shaker Heights and Mrs. Lawrence Krumpler of Danville, Va • • • Fithian Maters Majors temple, Pythian Sisters, enjoyed a delightful meeting Thursday in the lodge room, Pythian castle. The well-attended session was in charge of Miss Ethel Stein, most excellent chief, who conducted the business hour. It was announced that the organization would recess until September. Mrs. Turney Click and her committee served an excellent lunch during the informal social hour. • • • Til rec T Club Mrs. Dudley Briggs entertained the Three T bridge club at her "Somebody Did a Golden Deed”, | Miss Denman and Mrs. Hey Greeno and a reading, "Hard Times ”, Mrs. Ralph Long. A salad course was served during the social hour by the Misses Daisy and Viola Woolever. The evening was concluded with a parcel post sale. * * • Dinner Cuesta Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waple, i children Nancy Leu and Junior, of Island road entertained at dinner Wednesday at their home. Covers were placed for Mrs. Riley Bitzer of Pickaway township; Mrs. Roger Jury and Miss Winifred Shephard of Salt creek township and Mrs. Peter Waple, sons Ned, Robert and Albert of Island road. * * * Mrs. Henry Entertains Mrs. J. Wray Henry, North t Court street, entertained her three-table bridge club Thursday, Mrs. Hervey Sweyer, Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. S. M. Cryder playing substitute hands. After five rounds of progressive games, score awards were given Mrs. Sweyer and Mrs. William Avis. Light refreshments were served at the card tables. Mrs. Orion King will be next club hostess. • • • 4 ooperattve Dinner Mrs. Eldon DeLong was hostess at a cooperative dinner Thursday at her home on East Franklin street. Guests included Miss Pauline and Miss Mildred Neff of Lancaster; Mrs. Joseph Jenkins, Mrs. Albert Spangler and son, Mrs. Floyd Moore and daughter, Mrs. James Hartr&nft and daughter of Tarlton; Mrs. Robert Bower of Whisler and Miss Ruth Morris of Saltcreek township. • * * Magic Sawing Club The Magic Sewing club met Thursday at tile home of Mrs. Gladden 'Troutman, East Union street, with Mrs. Amon Antrim and Miss Ruth Melvin as guests in addition to club members. Mrs. Antrim won the prize in a contest in which ail members participated. Mrs. Troutman served lunch at the close of the party. The next meeting, July 2, will be at the home of Mr*. Walter Ar­ idge, East Ohio street. REAL SOLDIER-LIKE IS THIS—Utility as well as jauntiness is found in the cap and coat of the WAAC’s summer uniform. Note the insignia on the cap and coat. On The Air FRIDAY 6:00 Sports,* WOOL. 6:15 Hedda Hopper, W BNS. 6:30 Lum and Abner, WIW. 6:45 Lowell Thomas, MLW; The World Today, WHIG. 7:00 Fred Waring, WLW; Amos 'n' Andy, WHIG; Fulton Lewis Jr., WH KC. 7:15 Johnson Family, WHKC. 7:30 Grand Central Station, WLW. 7:4 5 H. V. Kaltenborn, WLW. 6:00 Gang Busters, WCOL; Kate Smith. WHIO. 8:15 Fight Against Inflation, WHKC. 8:30 Information, Please, WLW. 9:00 Playhouse, WHIO; Waltz Time. M LW. 9:30 Dinah Shore, WING: Double or Nothing, WKRC; That Brewster Boy. WHIO; Plantation Party, WLW. 10:00 Treasure Hour of Song, WKRC; People are Funny, WLW. 10:15 M*n, Machines and Victory. WOOL, 10:80 Jimmy Jov. WHKC. 11:00 News. WCHS. 11:30 Alvine Rey, WCHS; Glen Gray. M ING. 12:00 Eddy Ducbln, WKRC; Sammy Kaye, WOOL; News, WLW. tend Rotary International, in sea- haugh,Violet Armstrong and Ruth aion in that city for a week. Strous. * • ♦ , I Awards were won by Mrs. Mr*. Carl Helwagen of Portland, Reichelderfer, guest; Mrs. Lappen Ole., is a guest at the home of hi&h; and Mrs. Bowsher, low. Mr. and Mrs. Julius H. Helwagen Refreshments were served at the East Main street. close of the evening. ♦ * * 1 ____ white gard-niaj* as she Join*! the home near New Holland Thursday , H:,n(l ( laM bridal party in the receiving line, afternoon. She was assisted by -A three-tier wedding cake topped with a tiny bride and bridegroom under an arch of orange blossoms and wedding bells centered the refreshment table in the dining room. A ga: hid of white deli nlr urn blossom# and fem sur- iou:.dell the cake ar..’. lour tall white candles in crystal holders Mrs. Percy -May of that community. Miss Betsy Briggs joined the club members for the afternoon, the players including Mrs. Russell Ebert, Mrs. Cranston McQuay, Mrs. Leslie Tarbill, Mrs. Wilbur Allemang, Mrs. Floyd James, Mrs. Dudley Roth, Mrs, Loren Chaffin, SALLY'S SALLIES t :1 ap we* IPD- you we 1c, 2_rruz wspcw ( HEMKE C_ (' HAP II -fittlPEA H ers The Helping Hand class of Pontius United Brethren church journeyed to Laurelville Tuesday for a skating party. About 60 class members and guests enjoy- I ed the delightful evening. • • w I Ironbark Ladies’ Aid Dresbach Ladles’ Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. Val Valentine, near Stoutsville, Thursday at 2 p. rn. Mrs. Forrest Valentine will be assisting hostess. • + # Judge and Mrs. Meeker Terwilliger of East Main street left Friday for Toronto, Ontario, to at- Mrs. Charles Sampson and daughter, Mrs. Herbert D. Sponger, of East Franklin street left Friday for Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., for a w’eek s visit with Private First Class Robert S. Sampson. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Valentine and baby eon, David Allen, of Hamilton are spending the Summer at the home of Mr. Valentine’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Val Valentine, of near Stoutsville. Mr. Valentine is a member of the teaching staff of Roosevelt high school, Hamilton. • • • Mrs. Della Dayton of Columbus spent Thursday with friends in Circleville. • • • Mrs. Arnold Reichelderfer and daughter of Tarlton were Thursday guests at the home of Mrs. Margaret Deist, 205 Walnut street. « • • Second Lieutenant Lydia Given of Fort Knox, Kv., ia visiting her mother, Mrs. H. B. Given, of East Main street. • * • Mrs. Delano Warfield, Columbus. is visiting her son-in-flw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Morris. and daughter, Nancy, of Chillicothe. • • • Mrs. Ralph McCollister of r>ar Laurelville was a Thursday visitor in Circleville. • * * Dr. David S. Goldschmidt of Atwater avenue left Thursday for New York City to spend a week with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. Goldschmidt. «iiiiuiiiaui!iti!iuicsiiii!iiiiiuamiiiiiitiic3iuiiii!i>uc2isiitiiiuiit LAURELVILLE >iiiuiiuiiiiiiiiUiiiit!iiiiiitii!mniuiiaiiiiiiui!ttC3iiiitiHiiiia!iii Mrs. Alice Morris entertained the contract bridge club at her home on Tuesday evening. Players were Mrs. Stella Dresbach and Mrs. Ollie Bowsher of Hallsville, Mrs. Della Reicbelder- fer, Mrs. Mae Archer, Mrs. Freida Lappen, and Misses Mary Defen- ----------------Laurelville— -..........Members of the United Brethren Ladies Aid was entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Clifford Strous with Mrs. Martha DeLong and Miss Ruth Strous as assisting hostesses. A shower for Mrs. Martha Mae (Strous) Steel was held in connection with the meeting. ............. Laurelville ■■■ ------The members of the Dinrttr Bridge dub were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Archer on Tuesday evening, with her members present. Scores of the evening were: Mrs. Florence Pontious and Dr. C. T. Grattidge, high; Mrs. Emma Cox and Wayne Strous, low. -----------------La urelvil!* — The Presbyterian Aid met Friday evenln gat the home of Mrs. Minnie Boecher with Mrs. Ruth Boecher and Mrs. Grace Boecher assisting hostesses. Mrs. Ray Poling was in charge of the business meeting and the devotional. Contests were w’on by Mrs. Evea Roberts, Rev. Steuart, Violet Armstrong and Celesta Hoy. Refreshments were served to twenty-four members and six guests. .....- - Laurelville----------------Mary .Stevens of Lancaster spent several days with Mr. and SA TI BDAY Morning 8:30 Richard Liebert, WCOL; Dancli.K String*, WHIO, 9:00 Breakfast Club, WCOL. 9:15 Caucasian Melodies, WBNS, 10:00 Marine Band, WBNS. 10:15 Navy Band. WCOL. 10:30 The Wife Saver, WLW. 10:45 American Red Cross, WHKC. 11:30 Little Blue PJavhouse, WING; Let’s Pretend, WBNS. Afternoon 12:00 Theatre of Today, WHIO. 12:30 National Grange Program, WOSU; Ilka Chase. WING. 1:00 Country Journal, WHIG; Weekly War Journal, KOKA; Vincent Lopez, WCOL. t:45 Symphonette?. WHIO. 3:00 Fantasy In Melody, WING; Jerry Wald. WHKC. 2:45 Track Meet, WLW. Club Matinee, WING. Feature Race, WHKC. Baseball Roundup, WHKC. Evening News, WHIO Sports. WKRC. The World Tor!*,-. WHTO; Baseball Roundup. WHKC. 7:30 Ellery Queen. WTAM; He, the Toller, WHIO. 7:45 Inside of Sports, WKRC. 8:00 Guy Lombardo. WHIO; Abie’s Irish Rose, WLW. 8:30 California Melodies. WHKC; Hobby Lobby. WHIO; Truth or Consequences, WLW. 9:00 Your Hit Parade,- WHIO; National Barn Dance, WLW. 9:30 America Loves a WKRC. 10:00 Believe It or Not, WING. 10:30 Cleveland Orchestra, WCHS. 10:4 5 Carmen Cavalero, WOOL. 11:30 Ray Heaiherton. WCOL. 12:00 Samrnv Have. KDK.V ; Ted Wee rn a. WKRC; News, WLW’. tra, soon to start a new series have just recorded the latest soldier song, "The Corporal Told the Private,” backed by "This is Worth Fighting For” for Victor. The U. S. communique on the Coral Sea victory confirmed almost to a ship Bob Garred’s analysis, made from meager news reports of the battle. The CBS news ace not only accurately estimated the number of Jap ships sunk, but named most of their classes after the conflict. Widespread popularity of the “Lum and Abner” radio catchphrase, "wonderful world,” developed from a recent air routine, has put it in motion pictures. Third “Lum and Abner” film, which went into production July 15, now carries the title, “Wonderful World.” 4:00 4:15 4:30 * no 6:15 6:45 Til- Melody, WILLSON' PROGRAM It s a dark day for a composer when he has to turn down a chance to conduct a symphony orchestra playing his own music, but Meredith Willson had to face the situation this week. Tentatively booked to baton the San Francisco Symphony orchestra on June 30 for the premiere of the first movement of his new "Third Symphony,” he had to cancel the date when Fibber McGee’s sponsor picked him to lead his own musical program over NBO starting the same day, and running through the Summer. Willson's new Summer series is to be titled simply, "Meredith Willson’s Music.” Announcer Art Millet was taken to the hospital for an emergency operation just before his regular broadcast on "Maudie’s Diary.” Nelson Case, announcer for "Johnny Presents”, jumped in to fill the bill and turned his salary over to the medicos for the hospital bill. Immediately after the program Case had to rush out to Roosevelt field for a practice flight — he piloted one of the 35 planes in the first mass flight of the Civil Air Patrol on Sunday, then hurried back to Manhattan for rehearsals and broadcasts of "Crime Doctor” via CBS. uiii:c3iiiiit!nn<auuiii!iniuirtiimminiiiiiiiiiiiiniii!iiiuiiiau STOUTSVILLE iiuitiHiiiiiitc3iiiiituiiiia!iiiiiiiiiiiantiiuiniiaiuiuiiiiiic3uii!i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harden spent Sunday with Mrs. Edith Neff of Lancaster. ---------------Stoutsville--------------Mrs. W. H. Crites and Miss Blanche Meyers attended a dinner meeting of the Music club at Hotel Lancaster Wednesday. —........ StoutsvilIe— . Jack LeRoy and sisters the Misses Jean and Myra LeRoy and Miss Thais Ann Harden attended the Flag Day parade in Columbus Sunday. -----------------Stoutsville -................ Miss Martha Drake of Columbus was the Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Drake, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Conrad of Circleville called at the Drake home Sunday. IB0WEI WORMS DRIVE OUT Roundworms can caus* real trouble inside you or your child! Watch for warning signs: fidgeting, "picky” appetite, Itchy nose or •eat. If you even bu sped roundworms, get Jayne's Vermifuge today I JAYNE’S is America’s leading proprietary worm medicine; used by millions for over rn century. Acts gently* yet drives out roundworms. Be sure you get JAYNE’S VERMIFUGE! After a visit to the local cinema, songstress Linda Ware cracked: "Give an usher enough rope, and he ll put you behind it!” Phillips H. Lord s "Seth Parker Hymnal Book” still sells at the rate of 25,000 copies yearly although the Seth Parker show hasn’t been on th* air for six years! ----------------o---------- --------The Peace Palace at The Hague, The Netherlands, was dedicated in 1913. INNERSPRING MATTRESSES We have a limited amount to sell below celling prices. 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