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Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - December 27, 1958, Hamilton, Ohio
I or Thor a Snell d. L. Bowman plan to marry or. And mrs. Shirley Sewell is Rockford dr., announce the engagement of their Only daughter Thora to Donald Lee Bowman son of or. And mrs. Jack Bowman. 901 magic ave., Fairfield. Miss Sewell a graduate of Hamilton High school is employed by the West Side Federal savings and loan association. Or. Bowman also a Hamilton High graduate is an employee of the Leonard shoe store. No Date is set for the wedding. \ society mind by Hilda lantern i i v. Mrs. Fischer a a Bote by it do a it miss Sewell Pilate by bar Randall or Nancy Claire Schawe is Bride saturday of Thomas l. Fischer social Calendar sunday or. And mrs. Melvin Dittman 324 Ross ave., open House 2 to s p. In. To celebrate Golden wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Andrew Schul. Monday Chi Omega Christmas party and luncheon for alumnae and actives Home of mrs. Arthur thurn 459 Emerson ave., 12 30 p. In. Delta Zeta alumnae luncheon for actives in Home of mrs. Samuel f. Spoerl 26 Kathy it. Tuesday progressive literary club. Christmas party Home of mrs. Leslie Wente. 12 30 p. In. Saturday wedding of miss Barbara Rowe to Richard Kolb. Wedding of miss Carolyn Jacobs to Charles Turner. Or. And mrs. W. Rover Fischer w Cate rehearsal dinner Friday Sandra Connell is engaged to j. I. Higgins or. And mrs. W Boyce Fischer entertained in the Anthony Wayne hotel at a delightful rehearsal dinner for the wedding party of their a on Tom and miss Nancy Schawe. Those enjoying the pleasant occasion were mrs. Bertim Feld miss Yvonne Hodapp. Mrs. Donald Urmston miss Mary Beth Schawe Dan Fischer. Jay Fischer Joe Miller or. Terry Mcguff Bob Young or. And mrs. Edwin j. Schawe the guests of Honor. Miss Schawe and or. Fischer and the hosts or and mrs. W. Boyce Fischer Sroi Ife of Trinon mrs. Emily h. Sroufe is Cleveland ave., announces the engagement of her daughter Peggy sue to Charles fur Mon son of or. And mrs. William Furmon 1431 old Oxford re. The wedding is planned for feb. 14. Miss Sroufe. A graduate of Hamilton High school is employed in the office of the Butler county farm Bureau. Or. Furmon a graduate of Tal Awanda High school is an employee of the Champion paper and Fibre co or. And mrs. Calvin Denning 1812 Helen ave., announce the engagement of mrs. Denning s daughter Sandra Connell to Jerome p. Higgins son of or. And mrs. A e. Higgins Portsmouth. An August wedding is planned. Miss Connell is a Junior at Miami University Oxford. Or. Higgins attended Miami University and is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He is employed in the production control department of the Mosier Safe co. Music prelude fur wedding an interesting musical prelude has been planned for the wedding of miss Jacqueline Nancy Steigerwalt to James l. Blount tonight in Zion lutheran Church. Mrs. Ralph Wisecup at the Organ will play Quot pastorale in e major a Franck a communion a Ben of a Jesu Joy of Many a Bach a fairest lord Jesus a Edmundson a Priore a Boellman a trumpet tune a Purcell and the traditional wedding marches by Wagner and Mendelssohn a Holiday wedding of much Charm was solemnized saturday dec. 27. At 9 30 a. In. In St. Joseph Catholic Church s. Second St when the pastor the Rev. John b. Reichert read the impressive service which linked the lives of mias Nancy Claire Schawe and Thomas Lawrence Fischer a nuptial mass followed. Tile Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs Edwin j. Schawe 1103 Chase ave., and the grooms parents Are or. And mrs William Boyce Fischer 379 n. C St. Pine Trees and Scarlet poinsettias banked the altar flanked by seven branched candelabra holding gleaming tapers. Single Candle standards decked with Holly and Silver ribbon designated family pews. Robert Mick was at the Organ and David Mont Aine Sang a have Schubert a pains Angelicas a Cesar Franck and the Catholic hymn a Mother at thy ushering were Jay Fischer the Groom s brother Joseph Miller Robert Young and Terry Mcguff another brother Daniel Fischer was Best Man. The pretty attendants to the Bride were her sister mrs. Bert Imfeld Matron of Honor. Miss Yvonne Hodapp. Maid of Honor. Mrs Don Urmston Little Maribeth Schawe. Niece of the Bride was a Dainty Flower girl. They wore identical gowns of soft Blue Pean de some. Styled with slim bodices a neck lines and Cap sleeves. Their Bel shaped skirts were accented with hat bows at the Hemline. Their headdresses of velvet leaves and feathers were briefly veiled and they carried Royal Blue Cornflower with Cascade of frosted grapes and Stepha Notis. Given in marriage by h e r father the Bride s Youthful Charm was enhanced by her gown of White Pean de some. The bodice folded to her Fig interesting engagement announcements made or and mrs. R. O. I udder. 3323 pleasant ave., entertained at a Holiday party and announced the engagement of their Only daughter. Jean to Richard Armstrong Berea Ohio. A Spring wedding is planned. Miss i udder is a graduate of Hamilton High school and attended the University of Cincinnati. She is Active in numerous Community activities and is a member of the daughters of the american revolution. Or. Armstrong son of the late or. And mrs. Richard Armstrong of Monkseaton Northumberland England was educated in that country. He is associated with the Cleveland electric illuminating co., Cleveland. Miss Bard d Hote by Houghton t Cholo by Milder miss Fludder announcement is made by or. And mrs. Wilbur Bard 932 Brough ave., of the engagement of their daughter Diane sue to William m. Von Brauchitsch son of the Rev. And mrs. William f. Von Brauchitsch 729 Campbell ave. No Date has been set for the wedding. Both miss Bard and or. Von Brauchitsch Are graduates of Hamilton High school and now attend Miami University Oxford. She is affiliated with Alpha Chi Omega sorority and he is a member of Sigma no fraternity. T ure had a Low a neck one and Long tapered sleeves. Klencon lace outlined the neckline and formed appliques Down the Back of the extremely full skirt which swept into a Chapel length Tram. A Bow at the front and two Small bows at the Waist were details. Her fingertip veil of sheer est illusion fell from a Crown of sequin and Pearl leaves. She carried a Pinnacle arrangement of Lily of the Valley and Cluster of Star of Bethlehem. Her Mother wore a lace trimmed dior Blue faille dress with Matching accessories. The grooms Mother chose a Toast coloured Sheath dress of Chantilly lace with Satin cummerbund. And Matching accessories. Each had a Corsage of Pink camellias. Later today a reception for 300 guests will be held in the elks City club. Christmas greens and candelabra will form a background for the receiving line and festoons of greenery and Silver ribbon will decorate the table entered with a four tiered cake. The couple Are keeping secret the destination of their wedding trip and for travel Wear the Bride has selected a Pale Blue Wool Jersey Sheath frock with Matching accessories. She is a graduate of notre Dame High school. The Groom a graduate of Hamilton Catholic High school has a Bachelor of science degree from Xavier University and is employed by the Diamond Gardner division in Middletown they will reside in apartment 2d in the Victory apts. Patsy Poling is Bride of g. Glidwell the United presbyterian Church morning Sun Ohio was the scene for the pretty Winter wedding of miss Patsy Lou Poling Hamilton to Gerald Kenton Gli Deweu jr., Oxford on Friday dec. 26, at 7 30 in the evening. Miss Poling is the daughter of mrs. Edna Poling Hamilton and Edward Poling Middletown and or. Gli Deweu parents Are or. And mrs Gerald Glide Well who came from Tucson Ari their Winter Home to attend their sorts wedding. The impressive ceremony was performed by the Rev Cecil Mcnary against an effective background of Flowers greenery and gleaming tapers. A program of nuptial music was presented by Gladys Harrison College Comer organist the Bride Given in marriage by her father was Lovely in a floor length gown of White velvet the bodice featured a scalloped neckline trimmed in lace and Long sleeves and the skirt was designed with Bustle Back accented by a Bow and terminating in a graduated train. She earned a White Bible topped by a White Orchid. The Bride a attractive attendants were miss Nancy Gwaltney maid of Honor and muss Carol Tozzer bridesmaid in Crimson miss Conine gelt tar Junior bridesmaid in Green. They wore identical Princess gowns of velvet fashioned with floating trapeze panels in Back they carried red and Green poinsettias arranged on muffs which matched their fur headbands. William Wright Oxford was Best Man. And the Ushers were Edward Howard Poling the brides brother Louis Walker Richard Raisch and Carl Weber. A reception for 350 guests was held immediately following the ceremony in the Church social room. Greeting the guests the Bride s Mother wore a beige silk Sheath dress with lace jacket and the Mother of the Groom a Royal Blue silk Sheath dress. Each had Ltd Corsage of White Rales the couple left later for a wedding trip to the Smoky mountains. For travel Wear the Bride selected a White Wool Jersey Sheath dress with yellow trim and Brown acres teacher welfare is1 program for Delta Kappa Gamma group by Kloha Braun journal new s staff writer Chi chapter Butler county of the Delta Kappa Gamma society has an attractive year Book with a Gilt cover lettered in red which bears the insignia of the organization. Credit for the Book goes to Mildred Schwab chairman of the program committee and her assistants Mary Erwin Irene Cath Florence Powell Ruth Wilson Mabel Oyler Charity Carson and Edna Withers. Theme for the year is a teacher welfare a building a unified profession and securing Public the opening meeting of the season was a Tea at the Home of Helen Gorman in programs of interest include a talk by Ruth Seitz state president a symposium on the subject a so Many worlds a by students from foreign countries an original skit entitled a thirty years of growing a and a panel discussion. Chi chapter is celebrating its 20th birthday anniversary this year having been organized in 1938. And is planning a program of unusual in Teres in january to celebrate this memorable occasion. Retired teachers will be honoured guests and speakers will be mrs. Helen Shaeffer director of the Butler county historical society museum and veda Mccray a member of the group whose topic will be a your twentieth Delta Kappa Gamma founded nationally in 1929, is a women teachers honorary society whose aim As stated in the year Book is to unite women educators in a spiritual Fellowship. Objectives Are the promotion of interest in teaching through sponsoring the future teachers association in Butler county and the awarding of scholarships to Young women interested in graduate study m the Field of education. Funds Are realized from dues and the contributions of members. Chapter officers of the society Are Katherine Roide Bush Middletown president Irene Cath Oxford first Vic president Mary Erwin Hamilton second vice president Mildred Borger Trenton recording Secretary love Clark Oxford corresponding Secretary Ruth Martin Oxford parliamentarian and Alma Kin Nett Middletown treasurer. Members residing in Hamilton who Are chairmen of committees include Mary Mccabe auditing Audrey am Stutz legislation e i o i s t Midgehall music Marie Morgan. Nominations Jean Issen Roann record Book Irene Handley retirement and research Julia Wildman selective recruitment of teachers Mildred Lemon welfare and morale and Helen Fisher world and Community service. H ii the Brand i tells Bride of Carl Crowe announcement is made of the marriage of miss Ruth Anne Brandner Only daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrence Brandner 15 Linda ln., to Carl Crowe Only son of mrs. Stanley Wilmer 865 Forest ave. And Chester Crowe. Vine St., which took place saturday dec. 20, in the presbyterian Church Middletown. The Rev. Jerome c. Schulz read the service in the presence of the immediate families. A wedding Darner followed in Otto s restaurant Shuler ave. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father and miss Norma Jean Fischer and Dale a Phipps were witnesses. The couples a residing at 1630 Alsace ave Holiday parly for pupils miss Marcel a Lebo 406 Cleveland ave entertained her Young piano pupils at a Gay Christmas party. The pupils played rect Al pieces Sang carols or Joyed games and refreshments. Those present a re Malinda Combs Judy Tullos Rebecca Hunter Dorothy Geon a Marilyn stump. Mary Mitzel Claire George Karen George and a a \ mrs. Glidewell photo of haste Sori is. She was graduated from Hamilton High school and the Groom a graduate of Mcguffey High school Oxford attended Miami univer sity. He is a Farmer and is employed at Barnhart service Static Al Oxford. The couple will reside at r. R. I Oxford. Bartell Cone engagement announcement made saturday miss Bartell a announcement is made Hospital school of nuts of the engagement of miss Elsie Amy Bartell daughter of mrs. Amy Bartell Gwinner. N. D., and the late Reinhold Bartell to Larry a Cone son of or. And mrs. Culver l. Cone. 904 Salman re. Hamilton miss Bartell is a graduate of Gwinner High school and St. Francis ing in Breckenridge Mann. She is on the staff of swedish Hospital in Seattle Wash. Or. Cone a graduate of Fairfield High school is serving with the United states Navy aboard the us s. Polk county and the couple expect to marry when he returns from a Pacific cruise next april. Charming recent Bride mrs. E. Dale Caverly Peggy j. Schick photo b Endicott
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