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Decatur Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Decatur, Indiana Saturday december 19, 1970 Decatur daily Democrat Decatur Indiana Fage 3 employees Given Christmas dinner or. And mrs. Ronald d. Fryback were Host and hostess to ithe employees and wives of mesh Berger Bros. Stone corp. And Lica construction corp. At a the 17th annual Christmas dinner Given at the Palmer House in Berne thursday evening. After a prime roast rib Chicken a smorgasbord style dinner a vocal quartet Stan Brenneman Fred stauffer Byron Fox and Jarrell Gerig accompanied by mrs. Gregg Liechty entertained those present. Many door prizes were awarded after which the employees presented a dozen Sterling Silver soup spoons by Wallace to or. And mrs. Ronald in attendance in addition the Host and hostess were or. Jed mrs. Jon Agler James Armstrong Rachel Burry or. And mrs. William Armstrong or. And mrs. Chester Beitler or. And mrs. Orville Bergman Douglas Bixler or. And mrs. Paul Bryan or. And mrs. Donald Dailey or. And mrs. Lester egly or. And mrs. Richard Fennig or. And mrs. Jesse Gephart or. And mrs. Walter Henk or. And mrs. Wayne Hinchman or. And mrs. Glen Hoffman or. And mrs. Dale Hummer. Or. And mrs. Dowell Ifer or. And mrs. Albert keen or. And mrs. John Roger or. And mrs. I Ewellyn Lehman or. And mrs. Lewis Markley or. And mrs. Victor Mcbarnes Paul Mcclish and guest or. And mrs. Richard Meshberger or. And mrs. Harold Minnich or. And mrs. Ralph Minnich or. And mrs. Stanley Morgan or. And mrs. Dale Morningstar. Or. And mrs. Ivan Nevil or. And mrs. Carl Newland or. And mrs. David h. Nussbaum or. And mrs. Charles Oswalt or. And mrs. Nile Reynolds or. And mrs. John Riff or. And mrs. Claren Steiner or. And mrs. Richard Steiner or. And mrs. Roger Steiner or. And mrs. Jerry Stout or. And mrs. Boyce Wall or. And mrs. Alvan Watkins or. And mrs. Claud Weaver or. And mrs. Carl Whiteman or. And mrs. Thomas Williams or. And mrs. Charles Wolfe or. And mrs. Harold Young or. And mrs. Norman Young or. And mrs. Oscar Young Holland Zimmerman and Troy Zimmerman. Locals births at the Adams county memorial Hospital James and Marjorie Menter Merriman Box 63, Preble became the parents of an 8 lb., 2 of. Baby girl at 1 47 . Friday. After world War la Indochina became three states Vietnam Cambodia and Laos. Diamond Bright color prints we offer the very finest color photo finishing at Low Low prices. You Are assured of professional qualms for every Roll of film we process because we Send it to Howard photo labs for their exclusive Diamond Bright color processing this Way we know our customers get the very Best. Holthouse drug co. Photo by Anspaugh club schedule Telephone 724-212 Lois Keller society editor Calendar items for each Days publication must be phoned in by 9 30 . Saturday 8 30. Saturday House of friends used clothing Center Corner fifth and Madison streets to . To 4 . Psi ote trading Post Marvene Buuck 9 30 . To 4 30 . Monday Academy of Friendship Christmas party Moose Home 6 30 . $1 gift Exchange. . Auxiliary Post Home 8 . Social meeting. Tops 3t�?Ts, first state Bank meeting room 9 30 . Rosary society Parish Hall 8 . $1 gift Exchange. Tuesday Olive Rebekah Lodge red men Hall 7 30 . Masonic . Degree masonic Hall 7 . Psi ote sorority Richards restaurant 6 30 . Youth activity classes . Post 7 . Wednesday eagles eagles Hall 7 30 . World almanac facts party for Monroe mod charmers miss Shelia Ann Caston couple to wed in Early Spring or. And mrs. Earl m. Caston of route i Decatur Are announcing the engagement and forthcoming wedding of their daughter miss Sheila Ann. To John Charles August son of or and mrs. Harold August of 1104 w Madison Street. The Bride to be is a Monmouth High school graduate. She received her b s. Degree in education from Valparaiso University. She is a second Grade teacher in the Adams Central Community schools. Her Fiance a Decatur High school graduate attended Indiana University and graduated from career Academy of broadcasting. He recently completed serving with the army and plans to resume his career in radio announcing. An april 3,1971 wedding is planned at 6 30 . In the Zion lutheran Church. Yellow fever was virtually eliminated in the United states by the efforts of a team of army medical officers sent to Cuba in 1900 to discover the cause and method of transmission of the disease. Or. Walter Reed using human subjects revealed that the disease was carried by the aedes Mosquito the world almanac notes. Copyright a 1970, a a paper Enterprise Assn. Homer c. Goodin retired Decatur grocer is now residing at the methodist memorial Home at Warren. Patti Page still Waltzing by Ralph Novak new York i be a a Patti Page she of the quintessentially Sweet voice and achingly wide smile Singer of a Tennessee Waltz a million times and a How much is that Doggie in the window a less than a million times but still too often sighs often when she talks about her career. A How have i changed in the last 20 years i Haven to really Ever thought about it a miss Page says frowning. A but it does no to seem to me that in be changed at All. In a the same Singer i was Quot it does no to bother me so much that the general Public thinks of me As being Only a country and Western Singer a miss Page says sighing. A but i do get upset with disc jockeys and other people in the business who think i can to do anything else. I like to think of myself As being Able to sing my kind of although it was 4 in the afternoon she was just finishing breakfast in her suite at the Plaza hotel. She was working at the plazas persian room and had been up late the previous night. She Patti Page still sweetly Siny Iny to to to to to to to to a festive Floral arrangement for that gracious glow of hospitality Happy holidays to to to to Myers Florist striking simplicity and Brilliant contrast for the focal Point of your Holiday decor. Holiday Ana Amant at to in at . 27 North of a of wore sunglasses a Maroon pants suit and a new Short hair Cut. Her press agent Alan Ebert was there. A Patti is very shy and does no to like to be interviewed alone a he said. Miss pages new act stresses the versatility she feels has been overlooked in her career and includes such songs As Quot god bless the child a a a House is not a Home a a until its time for Yon to go and it also includes a Tennessee Waltz a which she says she is not tired of even though she has Sung it almost every time she made an appearance in the 20 years since her record of the song made her a Star. It Cosco Playpen offer with Purchase of pampers special. 30 s daytime. $1.29 get details at our store Village Green pharmacy Village Green shopping Center South 13th Street does no to include a How much is that Doggie in the window a which she sings Only when someone requests it. She talks of the new act being designed to help her avoid being forever stereotyped As a female Eddy Arnold. She also talks sighing and frowning about being weary of being classed among the old ladies of show business. Quot you looked just gorgeous opening night a Ebert said. A i could hear people talking about Quot yes just because in be been singing for 24 years people have a tendency to think in a ancient a says miss Page who is 42. A when i walked out Here opening night i could almost hear people murmuring a boy she looks pretty Good. I wonder where she had her face a miss pages career began in Tulsa okla., in 1946 when band manager Jack Rael heard her on a local radio station signed her and led her off to the big time. Rael has been her manager and partner Ever since sharing the profits on a 50-50 basis. A a we be been Good for each she says. A a he a thursday evening the Monroe mod charmers club met at the Home of mrs. Lee Deturk for their Christmas party. Assisting mrs. Deturk for the evening were mrs. Leroy Nussbaum mrs. John Fallis mrs. Fred Hilbert mrs. Elroy Nussbaum and mrs. David Robinson. The club members went caroling at the county farm and Lakeview nursing Home. They then returned to the Lovely decorated Home of mrs. Deturk Reau the Christmas Story. Roll Call was answered by a my favorite Christmas decoration and the Secretary a report was read by mrs. Jerry Hirschy. Mrs. Treasurers report. Photo by Anspaugh mrs. Tim Balinger miss frit Zinger is married today red poinsettias White candles White Pew bows and a White carpeted aisle beautifully decorated the St. Mary a Catholic Church where wedding vows were exchanged by miss Margaret l. Fritzinger and Tim Bolinger today at 12 30 . Rev. Denis Blank United the couple in a double ring ceremony. The Bride is the youngest daughter in the family of or. And mrs. William Fritzinger of route 3. The Groom is the youngest son of mrs. And mrs. John Robert Bolinger of 333 n. Third Street. Presiding at the Organ was mrs. John Girod using selections of a love theme from Romeo and Juliet a a a Lara a theme a a to perfect love a a have Maria a and a the lord s escorted Down the aisle and Given in marriage by her father the Bride chose a traditional gown of White Peau de some Satin and Chantilly lace. The bodice was made of lace with Bel shaped sleeves of scalloped lace. The go Ati featured an Empire Waistline with an a line skirt falling into a Chapel length train. The Back of the gown was accented by a Row of tiny buttons. A Juliet Cap of Matching Chantilly lace and seed pearls held her fingertip veil of silk illusion. She carried a colonial nosegay of White carnations entered with red sweetheart roses Winter greenery and Moss Green streamers. Miss Eileen Fritzinger sister of the Bride attended As maid of Honor. She selected a floor length gown of Beauty red Chiffon Over Rayon. The Empire Waist was accented by Matching Satin ribbon and Green Flowers with a helped me a lot and he knows that when he needs some Money Patti is always there to do a concert or a show somewhere. Not Long ago he called me to ask if i wanted to go on the Mike Douglas show and i told him. A sure Jack anything if it will help your established As a reliable night club and record attraction and having undergone unsuccessful flings at television and the movies miss Page has reached a rare plateau of serenity for an entertainer she is Content just to keep doing what she a doing now. A Short business meeting was then conducted by the president mrs. Jack Wulliman. Secret pal names were exchanged for the new year. The game prize was won by mrs. Gary Millington. A gift Exchange was held and secret pals for this year were re Quot sealed. Mrs. Jerry Hirschy won the tray prize. A delicious lunch was served to the mesdames Chester Smith Elroy Nussbaum Henry Ford Larry Roth Gary Millington Fred Hilbert Gene Hurst Jack Wulliman Larry Wittwer John Fallis Leroy Nussbaum David Robinson Jerry Hirschy and Lee Deturk Headstall children Given gifts Green Satin Bow in Back. The gown featured Long sheer sleeves and a stand up Satin Collar. She wore a Matching Satin Bow of Beauty red which held her bouffant veil of silk illusion. She carried a nosegay of Pink carnations and Winter greenery and streamers of Moss Green ribbon. Serving As Matron of Honor was mrs. Art Crozier sister of the Bride. Bridesmaids were miss Mary Ann Bolinger the grooms sister miss Joyce Bookout and miss Rickie to Gearhart. They were dressed in accordance with the Honor attendants. Nancy Schnepp was Flower girl wearing a knee length dress of White Chiffon and lace. She carried a Basket of carnations tipped Pink and Beauty red. Jim Heller was Best Man. Guests were seated by John Bolinger. Joe Kohne Steve Gage and Gary Bracey. The Mother of the Bride was wearing a Light Green a line dress of double knit with Black Patent accessories. The grooms Mother was attired in a Sheath dress of Turquoise Ripple crepe with Black accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of Pink carnations and red roses. A reception will follow at the knights of Columbus Hall for 300 guests for 2 to 5 of clock this afternoon. The serving table will hold the bridal portrait a wedding cake decorated with live red poinsettias with Winter greenery those serving at the reception will be miss Lynn Hanni miss Vickie Betts miss sue Ahlen Meier and miss Beverly Taylor. Opening the gifts will be miss sue Graves and registering them will be miss Sandy Duff. For a wedding trip of unannounced destination the Bride will Wear an Empire waisted dress of Light Blue double knit in Black Patent accessories with the red Rose Corsage from her bouquet. The new mrs. Bolinger is a 1969 graduate of Bellmont High school and is employed at Lincoln National life insurance company in fort Wayne. Her husband is a 1969 Bellmont graduate also and graduated from Lincoln Institute in Indianapolis and is a Mechanic. Upon return from their honeymoon or. And mrs. Boling will make their residence in the Bridgedale Terrace apartments in fort Wayne. Thursday afternoon was the Climax of several weeks of planning shopping and wrapping for a dream come True. That dream was to make Christmas a Little brighter for the 30 children enrolled in head stay. Educational materials were collected and assembled in the form of colors pencils and an Abc and number Book. Toys and . Holds Christmas party the pleasant Mills . Enjoyed a Christmas meeting in the basement of the United methodist Church wednesday evening. The tables were beautifully decorated for the Christmas season. Sixteen children of the St. Josephus school enjoyed singing Christmas carols. Mrs. Girod accompanied on the piano with mrs. Donald Everett Reading a few scripture verses. During the business meeting it was voted to Send $5 to the Batcher Home for boys at Goshen. Lovely refreshments were served by mrs. Edith Hart and mrs. Leland Ray. A gift Exchange was held during the social hour. Stuffed animals were also provided for the children the Happy smiles and squeals of these children would not have been possible without the donation of articles from . Murphys at Decatur Plaza. Newberry Myers Firestone the bag service and Hammonds Market and several willing friends of the Jaycee ettes. Hospital admitted Clyde Harden Decatur Robert Burger Decatur miss Janice Baker. Decatur dismissed Albert Lehman Berne. New drug program Frankfort. By. I la to enl five int soil have in a a a ii sentenced to til a Kentucky detriment of mental health in the states new program or rehabilitating kentuckians convicted Tor the dirt time of of dangerous drugs Tor personal use. Before tile Law took effect june in they would have been Nerving prison terms. 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