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Times (Newspaper) - January 3, 1969, Hammond, Indiana 4B January 3, 1969 Happy Girls Planning Weddings Miss Carol Tatarek and ard are planning a May The is ter of Mrs. Frank Tatarek of 3927 Sheffield who is announcing the and the late Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mario na of 7106 Ontario are me prospective Both young people are ni of Bishop Noll Institute in Miss Tatarek is a er employed in the mond City Clerk's who earned a bachelor's degree in English from St. Joseph College in in an instructor at Lake Central High School in St. Goldyn The betrothal of their Miss Linda to James Goldyn is announced by and Mrs. Bernard Grzybowski of 3927 Evergreen East A sophomore nursing major at Purdue University Calumet Campus in the graduated from Bishop Noll Institute in mond and is employed by St. Catherine She is a member of Pi Sigma Kappa parents are and Mrs. Frank Goldyn of 5202 Woodlawn An alumnus of Hammond High he is a senior chemistry major at the same university and is affiliated with Phi Kappa Theta LINDA GRZYBOWSKI LORAINE MARIE RAE DEROSA Miss L o r a i n e Marie betrothal to Albert Anthony Sikich is announced by her Mr. and Mrs. Ted Piekarz of Maryland A graduate of Andrean High School in Gary and Patricia Stevens Career School in the is a for the American Steel Foundries in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sikich of 3009 Parkway are the prospective a Hammond Morton High School a ior economics major at flue University Calumet pus m Miss M i 11 i c e n t Rae De- Rosa's engagement to Thomas James Pawlowski is being an- by her Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeRosa of 300 Ruth Calumet Mr. and Mrs. John lowski of 338 Pulaski umet are parents of the prospective The couple is planning a July 26 Both young people are MARY STRODE uates of Thornton Fractional North High School in Calumet The attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale where she She is employed by Encyclopedia Britannica in Her fiance is studying data processing at Thornton Junior College in Harvey and is a computer operator for Co Chicago and Lawrence Strode of 5744 Erie are announcing the be- BRENDA J. SWINFORD of their Miss Mary to Gerald Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Joseph of 909-174th An August wedding is being Both young people are uates of Hammond High The is a tary for Postal Finance Her fiance attended St. seph Calumet where he studied matics and was affiliated with Alpha Phi Omega He is employed by Burroughs Corp as a systems Kmetz Miss Brenda J. engagement to Frank Kmetz is being announced by her Mrs. Mary Swinford of 1824 S. Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kmetz of Rt 4, Crown are ents of the prospective The is a senior at Lake Central High School in St. Her an alumnus of Crown Point High is employed by Peer Cabinet Crown Re plans to attend Indiana Northwest in Winter Strikes Punish Poor The New York City fuel haulers consented to get back to their hauling just before and we ail turned off our ovens and started thawing The city's radiators were soon ing like Trolley and hot tubs foamed with a steamy We were civilized And suddenly we knew how the ancient Britons felt pigging it all those smelly Romans finally ar- rived and turned on the heat and hot wa- The blessings of central heating may be overrated in but not by the New One's whole life style changes when the heat goes off. We huddle over We retire early with a book because the electric blanket is so We drink what the home books call Restoring Drinks until we in a THAT WEEKEND we rediscovered the warming powers of hot coffee with hoi tea with cordial and the drink Elizabethans stirred witli a red-hot I find today's cinnamon stick entirely But had I been able to serve a mug of this spicy brew to a striking fuel I fancy I could have found a red-hot poker In the Book of there's an ancient verse that about when the wind blew And the round table Some bard should steal that opening line for a ballad about the way we live today in New From years of bitter rience we all know that as we draw nigh to and the wind blows the strike season is officially Who can forget the cuie yules when the subways stopped at midnight on New Harriet Von Home Year's And the years when the dockers refused to dock and the garbage collectors let the garbage go HAVE YOU occasionally doubted Mayor John Lindsay's cheery insistence that New York is a Summer 1 But I've no doubt whatsoever that New York is a winter It's ironic that these wintertime righteously called by labor ers who profess to be the true friends of the working are most punishing to the To make those three days out fuel it was necessary to have roaring electric and quantifies of good food and Color television and a Christmas tree gay with lights also Those of us who enjoyed those com- forts ought perhaps to feel churlish m complaining about the lack of heat that bitter Flu of had a valid grievance Bat moving through my cold with barely strength enough to blow in my the thought this is what winter living is like in This is the that lodges in the bones of Harlem and the East And there's no blazing no Persian cat asleep on her downy no cognac in the it is lish to BUT HOW quickly we'll forget the now that the radiators are hissing I've resumed opening windows and proclaiming my own formula for comfortable a high hemoglobin and a low And I'll again align myself with Queen Victoria who visited Napoleon III and Eugenie during their exile and instead of writing a thank you note sent a servant to announce that Her Majesty would not visit them again until they aired out their stuffy But it's good to remember the rigors of a heatless Until then I went along with literary critics who claim that the in the English guage is hare limped bling through frozen Inow know a colder That's my elevator oil is gone and we'll have no more Couples Married Same Day Mickleborough Miss Florence became the bride of Murray mund Mickleborough in a p.m double ring ceremony on Dec. 21. The wedding took place in the Chapel in the Sky of the Temple Methodist Church of A reception followed in the Lincoln Park Towers Penthouse in The couple took a wedding trip to Wis. They will reside in Chicago for six then spend one year in Europe for further tional The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Paul Klem of 6352 California and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ray G. Mickleborough of Can. The new Mrs. ough is a graduate High School in Hammond and Luke's School of Nursing in She is a registered employed at the University of Illinois Re- search and Education The bridegroom is a ate of Eston High the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Alberta Dental He is a third year resident in oral surgery at the University of Illinois Research and Education The bride's honor attendant was her Mrs. Edward Best man for his brother was Robert Mickleborough of Can. Ushers were Jens Peterson and Michael For her the bride selected a floor length satin coat Her cloche style hat with rosettes was made by her Mrs. J. H. Williamson of Can. She carried a bouquet of white The honor attendant was at- tired in a floor length dress de- signed with a beige lace bodice Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Mickleborough Mrs. David B. Maddox and brown velvet She carried red Maddox Following a honeymoon trip Jo Boyne newlywed Mr. and Mrs. David B. Maddox will make their home at 2260 California Mountain Calif. The former P a t r i c i a A. Adamchik and Maddox were married at 4 p.m. Dec. 21 in Westminster Presbyterian Church in Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Adamchik of 8740 Cottage and Mr. and William Maddox of A reception took place in the After Four Room of the Great Oaks Club in A TEACHER in Mountain the new Mrs. Maddox graduated from Highland High School and Purdue Uni- versity in West where she received a degree in a graduate of a Cincinnati high earned a bachelor's degree in neering from Princeton Uni- versity in He is a graduate student in ness administration at ford University in Palo Calif. Miss Judy Adamchik was her maid of An- other Miss Helen D. and Miss Carol L. Kotter of Los were the SERVING his brother as best man was William dox Jr. of Charles A. Hurd of and Hugh of were the Beaded collar and cuffs cented the bride's full-length satin She carried an arrangement of stephanotis and moss green and white floor-length satin gowns with matching moss green coats were worn by her White carnations and greenery comprised their Potluck Hosted A potluck visit from Mr. and Mrs. Santa Glaus and a gilt exchange took place at the Christmas party of the Schererville Woman's Club held in the Schererville Public Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. John assisted by Mrs. John Fane and Miss The members also hosted a Christmas party for the at the County Home in Crown The club bers took gifts tothe The next meeting will be Jan. 22 at 8 p.m. in the erville Public Guests for the evening will be Kay Ashby who will con- duct a glamour Chairman for tbe evening will be Mrs. Benjamin mer assisted by Mrs. Richard Bridegroom and Mrs. Glen Holiday Luncheon Quiet conversation and plenty of good food were the order at the holiday eon of Woodmar Country Mrs. Fred JL Mrs. Michael Mrs. Leonard Lentz and Charles berger nere among the women attending the Sweet Finale A variety of mils and tries provided tbe finale to the luncheon at Country Among those partaking of the delicacies were Mrs. E. L. Mrs. George Mrs. John Lane and Mrs. Robert club members and
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