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Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1970, Delphos, Ohio Of social Aesir cities it mrs. Speller photo by Hoverman couple to make Home in Toledo following a wedding trip to honeymoon hideaway in the Pocono mountains pa., or. And mrs. Wilbur c. Speller jr., will make their Home at 3917 Airport Highway in Toledo. The new mrs. Speller is the former Taffany Ray Miller daughter of or. And mrs. Clinton j. Miller 304 West fifth St., Delphos. Or. Speller is the son of or. And mrs. Wilbur c. Speller sr., old fort Ohio. Miss Miller and or. Speller exchanged vows at i . Nov. 14 in St. John Catholic Church. The Rev. Albert Ottenweller officiated at the ceremony. Music for the service was by organist Joseph Schmelzer and vocalist Thomas Scherger. It included vocal selections a walk hand in hand with me a and a a a a a a have Maria a in a the Bride escorted to the Sanctuary by her father wore a Lovely elizabethan design gown of Sata Peau fashioned with an a line skirt which culminated in a Cathedral train. The bodice was Empire in style. Scattered about on the gown were re embroidered appliques of Klencon lace and seed pearls. With her gown the Bride wore a Camelot style Cap of seed pearls with a veil of bridal illusion which fell into Cathedral length. Entering the bridal bouquet of White miniature carnations intertwined with strings of pearls and Ivy was a Light Blue Orchid. For her maid of Honor the Bride chose a sister Julie. Bridesmaids were Marcey Sally and Mollie Miller Sisters of the Bride Theresa speller the bridegroom s sister and mrs. John Linda Gunder a Friend of the Bride. Mandy Miller the brides youngest sister was Junior bridesmaid. Rim speller Niece of the bridegroom was Flower girl. A Nephew of or. Spellers Michael Craig Magers was ring bearer. The attractive velveteen gowns of the brides attendants were designed with sleeves deeply puffed at the shoulder line a the world is yours.7 you know the right people. I % Jolt of a a a a Arlee Adof i. It Ltd it a Quot pm is half it <1 nil Quot a Cancun ii a. Call 692-9516 and fitted from the Elbow to the wrist. Fagotte ribbon in a contrasting Hue accented the Empire bodices which were fashioned with stand up collars. An effective complement to the gowns were the headdresses a Camelot style Pearl Cap with Chiffon Back draping to the Waist to follow the elizabethan Motif. The attendants carried Silver chalices filled with contrasting mums grapes Ivy and baby breath. Baby mums grapes and Ivy were used in the Basket carried by the Flower girl. Dressed in Forest Green were Sally and Mollie Miller and mrs. Gunder. Mandy Marcy and Julie Miller Teresa speller and the Flower girl were in baby Blue. Accessories in Moss Green were used to enhance the beige ensemble worn by the Mother of the Bride. Mrs. Speller selected for her songs wedding a silk ensemble in Light Blue with Navy accessories. The mothers grandmothers and godmothers each wore a Rose Corsage. Richard speller of Jamestown n.d., assisted his brother by assuming duties of Best Man. Ushers were Myron speller of Marion brother of the bridegroom Joseph Miller . Navy Charlestown s.c., brother of the Bride David Smith Rick Morel and Ronald Cooper All friends of the couple from Toledo. The men in the wedding party wore cutaways with striped scots Grey vests and Grey striped trousers. They wore tinted carnations As boutonnieres to correspond with the dresses of the bridesmaids the bridegroom wore a White Carnation boutonniere. A Candle Light reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the rights of Columbus Hall. For her going away outfit the new mrs. Speller chose a beige Wool walking suit with Brown accessories and the Blue Orchid from her bridal bouquet. Mrs. Speller is a 1968 graduate of Delphos St. John High school. She attended Webster College in St. Louis mo., and Toledo University. She is employed a s a Secretary for Carl b. Mocken Sturm inc., Toledo. Or. Speller is a 1964 graduate of old fort High school. He is employed As a sales representative for variety club beverage company of Toledo. Area red Cross chapter has collected $3,056.59 Putnam county chapter of the american red Cross has collected $3,056.59 to Date in the current drive for funds. Co chairman or. And mrs. Robert Maher of Ottawa released figures As follows Industrial and commercial $658, Ottawa Glandorf area $729.75 Pandora Gilboa $371.15 Miller cloy i Leipsic $447.05 Cloverdale $122 40 Continental $135.25 Ottoville fort Jennings $311.69 and Columbus Grove $281,30. All areas except Calida have been canvassed. Most of the townships were also covered according to or. Maher. If anyone was missed his donation can be sent to the red toss fund drive first National Bank. Ottawa. Lima area Jay a ettes Lima area Jay a ettes Are presenting Iris Kringle rapers dec. 5 in the Lima mall. The Semi formal dance will be from to . To 2 . To the music of to Stevely and her orchestra. All proceeds will go into the Lima area Jay a ettes Charity fund which is used to Aid individuals referred by agencies or institutions if Aid cannot be received elsewhere. Dance committees include mrs. Chris Crawford general chairman mrs. Ronald Mason co chairman mrs. Richard Myers tickets mrs. Frank Razinger decorations mrs. Robert Patton door prizes mrs. Grit Akers publicity and mrs. Michael Bosch and mrs. Michael Hodges refreshments. Tickets Are available from any Jay a Ette member or by contacting mrs. Richard Myers 433 Northern ave., Lima Ohio 45801. Rosary altar society the dec. 7 meeting of the St. Johns Rosary altar society will be held in the school cafeteria preceded by a covered dish dinner at 6 15 . Bring own service. Mrs. Hillary Bilaski who lived in Italy for some time will show slides on that country. The holy fathers infants new clothing drive will be held at this meeting. A Christmas gift Exchange will be held. The social chairmen Are mrs. Joe Mesker mrs. John Metzner jr., and mrs. Alphonse Miller. Their committee members Are mrs. Donald Mcgue mrs. Don e. Mcgue mrs. Joseph Menke mrs. Irene Mericle mrs. J. Frank Mericle mrs. Harold Mershman mrs. Joseph Mesker or. And mrs. Syl Mesker. Mrs. Marion Metcalfe mrs. Carl Metzger mrs. Howard Metzger mrs. Paul Metzner mrs. Melvin Meyers mrs. Benno Miller mrs. Burton Miller mrs. Clint Miller mrs. Leo Miller mrs. Ralph j. Miller mrs. Thomas Miller mrs. Roger Miller mrs. Max Miller mrs. Arthur Miller mrs. Fred Miller mrs. Greg r. Miller mrs. Herbert Miller mrs. James Miller and mrs. John j. Miller. A Vul u1 revival slated pm a a a a Tri 1i 4 mandate Church of Christ in Christian Union on route 66, mandate is having its revival nov. 27 to dec. 6. The evangelist Phil d. Jenison and a the exciting sounds of Portland ind., will be present. Services Are 7 30 each evening. Pastor Orvin Bren Neman said it is not restricted to the membership. Miss bonifas photo by Kaufman to be May Bride or. And mrs. Arthur d. Bonitos of it. 3, Delphos Are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their eldest daughter Mary Louise to Ronald j. Niemeyer son of or. And mrs. Alphonse Niemeyer of it. 2, fort Jennings. Miss Bonitos is a 1968 graduate of St. John High school and is presently employed by the City loan and savings co. Of Lima. Her Fiance is a 1964 graduate of Ottoville High school and is presently employed at general motors in Defiance. Their wedding will take place at 12 30 ., May 8, in St. John Catholic Church Delphos. 3a1ukday, nov. 21,1970 Page 3 new life crusade a two week evangelistic crusade will be held in the Vaughnsville school gymnasium nov. 29 through dec. 13. This crusade has been Given the name a new life crusade and is sponsored by churches in this area. These meeting will be held at 7 30 each night. The guest evangelist will be the Rev. Billy Springfield. For twelve years Rev. Springfield was pastor in the North Indiana conference of the methodist Church and for three years he was a conference evangelist. He conducted More than one Hundred evangelistic efforts in methodist churches in the North Indiana conference and More than one Hundred area wide cooperative efforts and Church crusades of Many other denominations. Rev. Springfield is a graduate of fort Wayne Bible College and Christian theological Seminary. He received his Bachelor of divinity degree in radio and television communications. Music during the crusade will be led by Herb Hoover and at the Organ and piano will be Bob Anderson. Lunchroom costs Rise Columbus up operation of school lunchrooms in Ohio a 647 school districts Cost $94.5 million in Calendar year 1969, up $10.5 million from the prior year. The largest outlay was $61.8 million for food and equipment state officials said. Now you know by United press International Joliet iu., originally was named Juliet for Juliet Campbell a settlers daughter but was renamed for Louis Joliet a French Canadian explorer. Cards /4 arc Trump Happy eight pinochle club meet mrs. Ida Martin Ottoville was hostess in her Home to the Happy eight pinochle club a thanksgiving theme was carried out. Mary Milter received the first prize and Elizabeth Beining won 2nd. Bertha Lima received the traveler award. A lunch was served by mrs. Martin. The next party which will be a Christmas party will be held dec. 17 with a banquet at 6 30 at the knotty Pine restaurant it. Jennings. Or. And mrs. Horstman a to or. And mrs. Hilvers married 50 years or. And mrs. William Hilvers Are announcing their 50th wedding anniversary on nov. 25. They were married by the Rev. Wells at Continental. They Are the parents of three children two sons and one daughter Laverne a Hilvers of Phoenix City. Ala., mrs Lester Margaret a Sterling of it. I Delphos and Lawerence Hilvers of 1234 South Erie St., Delphos. Or. Hilvers 71, and mrs. Hilvers 68, Are both in fair health and Are currently visiting with their son Laverne in Alabama. Mark Golden wedding or. And mrs. William Vav. Pete Horstman of Ottoville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on thanksgiving Day with an open House for friends and relatives from 3 30 to 5 30 . In the Black Angus Calida the former Flora Martin and or. Horstman both of fort Jennings were married on thanksgiving Day 1920 in St. Joseph Catholic Church fort Jennings by the Rev. Philip a Schritz. Or. Horstman is a retired Mechanic for the George Wannemacher implement company. The couple has two children mrs. Tom Jane Stallkamp of Delphos and William j. Horstman of Ottoville. There Are five grandchildren and one great grandchild. I he couple requests that gifts be omitted mrs. Stepleton elected area cd of c president or. And mrs. Hesseling photo by Kaufman note 50th anniversary or. And mrs. John Hesseling 503 East Suthoff St., Delphos will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary nov. 29, 1970 with a mass of thanksgiving at to . At St. John Catholic Church. It will be followed by a family dinner. There will be open House from 2 to 4 at the firemen a clubhouse in Delphos. John and Hilda Schwinnen Hesseling were married nov. 24, 1920 at St. John Church in Landeck by the late father Janssen. They Are the parents of three sons and one daughter Melvin of Bel air md., Robert of Billings. Montana Paul of it. I Delphos and mrs. Elmer Rosemary Fortener of it. 2, Delphos. There Are 6 grandchildren and i great grandchild. Or. Hesseling is a retired National Lima and Stone co. Employee. He now works part time at Del Ward nursing Center. Mrs. Hesseling is a housewife. They request that gifts be omitted. Blood drive nets 114 pints in area those receiving one gallon pins were mrs. Rose Marie Vennekotter mrs. Mary m. Schuerman Philip m. Huvers Ray Kaufman mrs. Dorothy Knott mrs. Lucinda Horstman Tom Lima and Norman yonder Embser. The fort Wayne regional red Cross blood Center Cou acted 114 pints of blood in the fort Jennings Calida and Ottoville Community. Mrs. Marion Siefker was a 2 gallon donor. Is n0vimmr we i in t w t i i i 2 3 4 $67 a 9 Roll 12 13 14 is 16 17 a 19 20 21 22 23 24 2$ 26 27 26 29 30 coming events to j m do mar i 1 2 3 4 $ 6 7 a 9 Roll 12 13 14 15 16 it is 19 20 21 22 23 24 2$ 26 27 26 29 30 31 6 30 11 00 . 10 30-11 00 . 6 30 . 9 00 . 8 00 . 6 30 . 9 00 .-4 30 . Putnam county mental health clinic is now open for appointments Carl f. Smucker associate professor of social work at Bluffton College has become a member of the staff of the Putnam county mental health clinic. The staff of the clinic is now completed with the addition of a social worker to work with or. Jankiel Barg my As psychiatrist and or Sarah Schoonover pm i As psychologist. The clinic located at the Putnam county nursing Home. Is now open for appointments on monday through thursdays from 8 30 . Until 12 now. Hours on saturday Are from 8 30 a in. Until 2 30 . Appointments May be made by calling in person or by Telephone. Mrs Betty Schroeder is Secretary for the clinic. I 4 a it pus tunes spartan sweater award Douglas j. Kriegel son of Robert l. Kriegel. Delphos was recently granted the coveted spartan sweater award at Milton Hershey school he maintained specified requirements fur a full Calendar year in scholarship personal citizenship and school activity a senior 18, Douglas is taking the College preparatory technical curriculum specializing in electronics he is serving As chaplain of Las student Home Council. The spartan sweater Mas to worn Only by juniors and seniors in High school if at any time a student fails to maintain the qualifications upon which the award is based lie loses the privilege and the sweater must be relinquished. Of a sixty members of the Catholic indies of Columbia Council no. 30, Ottoville were present monday evening for the regular monthly meet and election of officers election of officers took place with the following results president Beatrice Stepleton vice president Rosa loitering treasurer Ruth Miller recording Secretary Jean Hilvers financial Secretary Agnes Swint inner guard Karen Lima Monitor Annette Hilvers trustee Carol wittier. A vote was taken and passed to hold the Christmas part in the Ella Hiber Delphi mrs Robert Knapp l ast St yen the Street was hostess to members of Ella Huber Delphian study club when she reviewed the autobiography it of Andrew Carnegie next meeting is to be held Dee. 15. With dinner at num aude s at ii 30 p in proximate 350 students in the eleventh and twelfth grades Only about one of even seven qualify for this distinctive a Witrod Parish Hall with a potluck lunch to be served at 7 . Dec. 21. No gift Exchange will be held the hostesses for the Christmas party Are co chairman Joan Ruen and Dorothy Ruen to be assisted by Christena Schnegg Catherine Schimmoeller Clara Hilvers Mary Catherine Schmitt Marlene ingals and Henrietta i it Andin. Discussions were held for the Chicken Fry to be held saturday evening the committee report was Given by Elizabeth Beining. Hilda Pittner announced she mailed about eight cards to shut is and new mothers the attendance award went to Barbara Kaufman. The meeting was closed with prayer for the deceased members a mass was read nov 18 also for the deceased members cards were played with prizes fur pinochle Annette Hilvers first and Beatrice Stepleton 2nd. For euchre Evelvn Wannemacher first and i Aura Haselman 2nd. A lunch was served by Sylvia Horstman and mar it Weber and their sunni Llu tee 8 00 pm. 2 00 pm 7 00 . 9 00 a in. 12 00 noon 7 00 . 8 00 8 i . 8 00 saturday volunteers for Delphos memorial Home and Del Ward nursing Center first Assembly of god Church women. Catholic ladies of Columbia Chicken Fry Ottoville Parish Hall. Story hour Delphos Public Library Delphos Royal rangers first Assembly of god Church. Round and Square dance eagles Hall North main Street. Ohio association for retarded children All Day fall regional conference Ottawa. Turkey supper Delphos Coon and sportsmen club West Ohio Street. Bake Sale and rummage Sale for Delphos Golden girls and Flash ettes mrs. Robert Shenk 412 East fourth Street. Sunday volunteers for Delphos memorial Home and Del Ward nursing Center first Assembly of god Church women. Special party St. Patrick a Church Spencerville. A fort Jennings Booster organization annual Feather party elementary gymnasium. A cub scout pack 48 meeting St. Johns Annex a Pancake and sausage breakfast by Rosary altar society of St. Joseph s Church in fort Jennings elementary school building. Monday volunteers for Delphos memorial Home and Del Ward nursing Center. Wesleyan Church women. Cub scout pack 65, Franklin school. Delphos Jaycees Jaycee Hall North main Street knights of Columbus. K of c. Hall Elida Avenue eagles auxiliary club rooms. North main Street. Insulation. It it a a fall ies our special Tyr for free of estimates rail la. By in it Man 092-5123 a

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