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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - March 31, 1941, Mansfield, OhioPage six the Mansfield news journal Ruth free becomes Bride of r. F. Schmitt ceremony performed in the presence of the immediate families at the congregational Church at Lucas. To the pretty Little Village Church at Lucas sunday after noon miss Ruth Mildred free exchanged nuptial vows with Robert Frederick Schmitt. The single ring service was read at o clock by the Rev. John a. Peyton pastor of the congregational Church in the presence of the immediate families. Greenery and Spring Flowers in the pastel shades decorated the altar and the for the ceremony. Society 6 club Mason Bucher vows to be read at St. Mark s wearing an ensemble of powder Blue with Pale Pink accessories the Bride approached the altar on the Arm of her father j. O. Free. He bouquet was a colonial fashioned with Pink roses and Gardenias. Nuptial music. At dawning. Because and the traditional wed Ding marches were played by mis Esther Price. Mrs. James White of Lucas sister of the Bride was her Only attendant. She was attired in a beige suit with Blue accessories. Her bouquet which was similar to that of the brides was of Pink roses and Blue Delphinium. Or. White served As Best Man for or. Schmitt. Immediately following the wed Ding a reception was held at the Home of the Bride s parents or and mrs. J. O. Free at Lucas. Appointments were in White and Large wedding cake topped with a miniature bridal couple cent Erec the refreshment table. The couple will defer any trip As the bridegroom is continuing his studies at Ohio state univer sity and for the present they will reside in Columbus. Mrs Schmitt was graduated from Lucas High school and the Mansfield business training school. She has been employed at the lumbermen Mutual insurance company. Or. Schmitt. Son of or. And mrs. Fred Schmitt r. D., Mansfield was graduated from Lucas High school. He is a Mem Ber of the Delta Tau Delta Frater nity. Party honors brother. Mrs. Bertha Olin 247 East Sec Ond Street entertained recently in Honor of the 76th birthday anniversary of her brother John Dor Man. Those in attendance were Sisters. Mrs. Amelia Caston. Mrs. Katherine Savior mrs. George Myers. Mrs. Nell Roberts and mrs. Nelson Hoover. He received Many gifts from his friends and rela i Tives. Sunday Bride open Church will be observed for the wedding of mass Roselyn Mason and Gaylord Bucher when they Are United in marriage sat urday april 26, before the altar of the St. Mark s lutheran Church at o clock. Friends Learned of the coming nuptials at a party Given saturday evening at the Johns Park Pavilion for 25 guests. Hostesses for the occasion were mrs. William Schaefer. 297 Reed Street Mother of the Bride elect and miss Martha Piper Cousin o the honoree. Announcement was made when guests discovered books o matches held by miniature dolls at each place revealing the time and place of the coming marriage. At the head of the Long refreshment table a miniature bridal party graced the Board. Miss Mason told her friends her wedding attendants would be mrs. Sidney Hofer. Matron of Honor miss Piper miss Elizabeth Price and miss Janet Bucher brides maids and attending or. Bucher will be Rex Bucher As Best Man. And Bob Bucher and Ralph Price As Ushers. Games and contests were the diversion of the evening with mrs Esther Oyster mrs. Nellie Bone Cutter and miss Dorothy Mccart Ney winning the High score gifts. They presented their prizes to the honoree and the hostesses gave her a gift of China. Later when refreshments were served appointments were in Pink Blue Green and yellow. Out of town guests in attend Ance were mrs. Sidney Hofer of Orrville miss Helen Roush of Ashland and mrs. George Price of Galion. Or. Bucher is the son of or. And mrs. Ben Bucher 661 my the Bride wore a Dusty Rose in j person Street. Emble and a Corsage of Pink oses. They were unattended. Mrs. Hofler attended Wooster High school and or. Hofler was graduated from Perrysville High school. Both Are employed at the we club members hold annual party mrs. Robert f. Schmitt. Adeline Denny married aug. 19 or. And mrs. Harry Denny 50 Jibson Avenue Are announcing he marriage of their daughter Adeline to Doyle Hofler of mans held. The ceremony was per Ormed aug. 19, 1940, at the Osage of the methodist Church in Richmond by. Rev. J. A. Mac in Ock read the single ring service. Westinghouse electric and manufacturing company. They arc making their Home at 482 Bee Toven Street. Cascade of curls Wear your easter Bonnet Over or be Hind this curl hair do in front hear compliments on the Cascade of curls at your neck a Beautiful new per manent idea offered at Maurice s. Maurice deluxe permanent wave a gorgeous permanent which produces adorable curls Waves can easily be pushed up with a Damp comb. Offered Complete at Only Maurice Beauty shop 46 2 n. Main St. Entrance next to Goldsmith s Maurice ton1que hair Bath in Oil hair Bath in Oil is actually what you get in this magnificent permanent wave. Cre ates smart new curls and to look at. Offered Complete at Only schedule of events for newlyweds at Stander Home we club members held their annual dinner party thursday evening at Kramer Sstewart Avenue with 12 in attendance. The group was seated at one Long table which was decorated with easter appointments. Later they enjoyed the diversion of cards. In the above photo Are left to right front Row mrs. Emma Smith mrs. Louise Long mrs. Donna Berg mrs. Dora Carver Back Row mrs. Esther Moser mrs. Mae Mcfarland mrs. Jane Neff mrs. Mary Moser mrs. Louise Morgan mrs. Anna Case miss Annie Burger and mrs. Bess Deyarmon. Informally speaking. Will you be ready for the easter Parade tuesday Temple Manuel sisterhood business meeting p. At Home of mrs. B. W. Stern 782 Andover Road. Review of reviews Tea at congregational Church Library. 2 p. With mrs. R. C. Render and mrs. Frank Mcdowell hostesses. Tabitha class of first lutheran Cora Dye. Aus Dale Avenue hostess. Class 13, first lutheran Church House at 2 p. Friendly eight Henry stauffer 303 Newman Street hostess. Pastors Aid society and Golden Rule class of St. Mark s lutheran meeting at 2 p. At Home of mrs. Floyd fighter. 492 Bowman Street hostess. Ladies of German Pioneer Sci Rosina Speas. 440 Stew Art Lane hostess. Golden Rule class and pastors Aid society. St. Mark s lutheran c. F. Fighter. Bow Man Street. Miss Anna Wagner. Mrs. Lottie w Entz. Hostesses. Mansfield Branch. American association of University women i John Simpson Junior High school. Informal party. Mrs. V. A. Simp j son in charge members of group 9 As hostesses. Tourist club women s club. Mrs. A. C. Tuttle. Hostess. Auf Ubon club. Mrs. Irving cutting hostess. Ladies missionary society. United presbyterian Church mrs. Elizabeth Hartman hostess. I Chi Sigma mothers j a. W. Strater. Hostess. 1 club miss Helen Denig. Hostess. American legion Bridge legion Home. Mrs. Damon Smith i i mrs. H. Moorhead. Hostesses j helpers Circle. First lutheran j House. Mrs. Flor Lence Herbrand. Mrs. Paul Roeth March 31, 1941. Or More than two years now i be been writing you the news of our town but the tables been turned and now you la have to Send me news about the Home Folk. You see. I m leaving wednesday for Mississippi where for the next ten months til prob ably reside in letters from Ohio undoubtedly will be More Welcome than the Flowers in May. But in this last letter from the news journal Tower. I la write you my final gathering of news about Man fielders. Betty Austin arrived in town this past week end to spend Spring vacation with her parents or. And mrs. John a. Austin. She s studying voice under the direction of Florence Turner Maley in new York City you know and recently Sang for the poets club there and she also attended a dinner of the new York singing teachers association with her instructor. Mrs. B. L. Chase re elected to head sorority mrs. B. L. Chase was re elected president of the Mansfield alumni association of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority when the annual meeting was held saturday after noon at the women s club. Lunch Eon was served to the group at 1 o clock after which the business session took place. Miss Emma Waring presided As hostess. Other officers selected at that time were mrs. Charles Newcomb vice president mrs. Gilbert Dot son Secretary and mrs. Avery hand treasurer. Mrs. Paul diet Nichson was appointed Delegate to attend the province convention which is to be held it Akron at the Mayflower hotel May 2 and 3. Plans were made to contribute to the Nora Walm fund for Brit ish refugees and to the Richland county chapter american red Cross. Guests attending the meeting were mrs. C. Perry Neldon miss Helen Hartman and mrs. Alan Griffin of Columbus monday March 31, 1941 Home wedding held in Butler saturday miss Eureta Belle Bumpus teacher at Bowman school became Bride of William m. Schuff jr., at o clock. A quiet Home service was solemnized saturday afternoon when miss Eureta Belle Bumpus became the Bride of William m. Schuff ja., in Butler. The Rev. A. H. Butler pastor of the methodist Church there read the single ring service at the Home of the Bride s parents or. And mrs. James Bumpus with Only a few relatives and friends in attendance. The Bride a teacher at Bow Man Street school was Given in marriage by her father. She wore a Navy Blue costume suit with Matching accessories and a Shoul Der Corsage of orchids. Miss Nellie Mae Tingley a close Friend of the Bride was her Only attendant. She wore an ensemble of Navy Blue and White with a shoulder Corsage of red roses and Iris. Joseph Schuff brother of the Bride Groom served As Best Man. Mrs. Bumpus wore a Navy Blue Redin Gote with Matching accessories and mrs. Schuff Mother of the bridegroom was attired in a Black costume suit. They each wore a Corsage of pastel Sweet peas and roses. Following the ceremony a wed Ding dinner was served to the bridal party at the Alcove in it. Vernon. Mrs. Schuff attended Oberlin conservatory of music Ohio state University and was graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University. While at Ohio Northern she was affiliated with the Theta Phi Delta sorority. Or. Schuff son of or. And mrs. Wil Liam m. Schuff Pulver list Road is a graduate of Madison High school. He is employed at the Westinghouse electric and manufacturing company. They will make their Home in Butler. Out of town guests included or. And mrs. Arlie Kiser or. And mrs. Joseph Schuff or. And mrs. Glenn Swigart Sylvester Kiser Vliss Margaret Purdy. Or. And mrs. Frank Tingley or. And mrs. 1 o. Bowman and Charles jr., Raymond Dent miss Lois Baugh Man miss Virginia Wagner miss Horence White and miss Olive Scott of Mansfield John Bumpus it. Vernon or. And mrs. C. W. Mccoy Sistersville. W. Va., and or. And mrs. J. Geiselman Butler a. Auxiliary to meet. There will be a meeting of the auxiliary of the disabled War vet Erans thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Edward Irwin 270 South Diamond Street. The ses Sion will Convene at 7 p. At which time sewing will be done for the red Cross. All those eligible to join Are invited to attend the meeting. Or. And mrs. Carl slander 497 Marion Avenue held open House sunday at their Home in Honor of their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Richard Stander who recently returned from their Honey Moon in Havana and Florida. Be fore her marriage mrs. Stander was Bette Penhorwood. Fifty Young College friends were guests from 3 to 5 o clock for an informal afternoon. Refreshments were served Buffet style from an attractively appointed table Deco rated with Spring Flowers. Among the out of town guests present were or. And mrs. Arthur Vanosdall and or. And mrs. Edward Rieser of Ashland or. And mrs. Ralph Houck of it. Vernon and miss Barbara Stevens of Greenwich Conn. A malodorous garbage pail is a sign of poor housekeeping. If washed thoroughly and frequently with hot soapy water the pail will not Snell and will be serviceable for a longer time. If lined with a paper bag or with old newspapers it will be easier to keep in Good condition. Nuptials told at birthday party a birthday party sunday eve Ning at the Home of or. And Norman k. Mowers in Lucas was the occasion for the nuptial announcement of miss Shirley e. Mcfadden of Mansfield and John Henry mowers of Lucas. The couple was married March 2 at Napoleon in a quiet service. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Charles h. Mcfad Den 39 West Augustine Avenue. She was a member of the 1939 graduating class of Mansfield senior High school. Or. Mowers graduated in 1934 from Lucas High school. Both Young peo ple Are employed at the Westing House electric and manufacturing company. The party sunday evening was Given in Honor of the bridegroom s birthday and was attended by a group of friends. Headache i morning after for jittery Ner Roui Cape me. Tut liquid set How quickly head clears Terra in related. My you steadier. Follow directions on i Btl Loc. 30c. 60c liquid Cap Udine six members of the Otterbein College life work recruits deputation team will provide programs in seven churches in Pennsylvania and new York during Spring vacation and Harold Mcbride of this City is one of them. This organization is composed of Young men and woman intending to devote full time to some phase of religious work and they will appear in Warren Bradford and Rixford pa., As Well As Cherry Creek and James town x. Y. Speaking of College students among those enrolled for the second semester at the University of Kentucky Are four Robert n. Clingan. John s. Frankeberger. James a. Porter and Wil Liam e. Otto. According to news from the University All but seven of the 48 states Are represented in the student body while seven foreign countries and possessions including Africa. Canada the canal zone. China. Egypt Mexico and puerto Rico sent one or More students there. With thorough cleaning service out scientific and modern equipment As sure you of a Why . Sowash Bros saturday was an important Day for or. And mrs. A. Rob. As they left for a vacation in Chicago. From there mrs. Robb is planning to go to Texas to visit with relatives. She will vacation in san Antonio. Houston and some of the other important cities before returning Home in about two months. Back from a sojourn in the South Are or. And mrs. Charles e. Sullens. Who be just returned from hot Springs. Ark. They _ drove out and Back in their Good looking new Sedan Coupon and were Lisburger miss Annabelle Shani gone for several Wecks also visiting with relatives in Oklahoma be Berger. Oliie Stewart. Martha fore starting Back North. Lewis and Tia Hoffman Host i Pirisi and if planning vacation you might take it during Denic mrs. Harvey Hildebrand. Tho Nix and go to Washington. C. For the Cherry miss Miriam Johnson. Miss Marie Blossom festival. As it is not possible to Tell More than a week Knobf Tosh. Hostesses n Advance the definite time when the blossoms will come out. But Polly Madison Lake have tentatively been set to stage the festival on april 5 and 6. P. Covered to probable that there will be a display of fireworks military dish dinner for members and Hus by one of the units stationed in Washington music by at bands mrs Glenn Marriott con ref of 1ne service bands and a musical performance under chairman. G. E coff Corm Trees by the Columbia Light opera company. Inci Mari. Pro ram chairman dentally there Are som Cherry Trees around the Basin. Tuesday Krok hostess mrs. Tack and mrs. Dale vol Ion and their children old _ women s Jea Vinc for Gulfport. Miss. Wednesday Ino. Thru re re Ciiab. P. M., mrs Ujj l. Corv turning after a two weeks vacation Herr and will their Hus hands. Second lieutenant Mcknight and tit Rich. Who have it Rush kick to been stationed at Camp she Why since last october. South Chanty club Clui a or. Rjiio7 Fri old Marin Jiff Fri. O Lucy. You can. And if Vou Ever co trav Rehng Down South. Doti l in raft to look me tip. Junior i and 7 Church or. Mrs a vol a or. And or Gnu for or 3-d mrs meet. Miss Norma Jean 127 a m scr. Later a luncheon was by ibo hostess. Or Ann or society of Page in Enfer lamed Nam oct Nutly plans were Madr to spend a at for premant no a opt Al of a fatty aids ?5c canal cd Kanars and dyers 131-133 v main St. A n grrr to to b tar third sired Martha. Hara and Krainc Sellers Arr Pird As Tucey Sridr-1 of she Why was it i tics in Folio Whit the Busi Riess a program was Given by incl Plant now Sweet Tea seed 07 07 cake. Florist Bank bids. Canal ss96 Warnet a Beauty enrol now Spring 67 x. Main St. 4461 the old reliable Sale Gotham and Quaker hosiery 79c values 59 three and four thread chiffons Loo and 1.15 values values 79 97 c three. Four and five thread chiffons youth top and mesh outsize stockings ten thread service All new Spring shades regular and Long lengths every pair from our regular Stock assuring you perfect merchandise hosiery Section main floor

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