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Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1968, Xenia, Ohio Festival highlights music week a fitting Climax to Nat i o Nal usic week activities was the a festival at West j u Nior High school thursday evening a snored by the Xenia Wom m s music club. Music a Keystone for iving was the quieme of the program. Taking part were approximately 300 students include Reg the Central Junior High school choir and ensemble the est Junior High concert choir in we stones singing g r o in Xenia High school band and senior choir. Conductors Gary Patterson ene Foiles Ray Foster and oger g. Mcmurrin received a Anding ovation hmm the Audi nce of approximately 300 per is. T. Lyston Fultz served As Maser of ceremonies and mrs. Ultz As general chairman. Ser no on her committee were music club members mrs. Rich re Button mrs. Lyle Bradfute is. Paul Chenoweth miss mar Jrie Street mrs. Albert Stroop and mrs. Donald Middleton. R mrs. Angelo Settembrini. Speaks vows couple wed in Dayton Church this morning the marriage of miss Virginia Leah Chmiel and Angelo Egidio Settem Rhu was solemnized this morn ing in St. Helen s Catholic Church Dayton. The eve. James Krusling performed the double ring ceremony at o clock. Parents of the couple Are or and mrs. Henry Chmiel of Day ton and or. And mrs. Egidio Settembrini of Xenia route 6. Given in marriage by her. Father the Bride wore a formal gown of Chantilly lace designed with a beaded Empire bodice Beu sleeves and a Chapel train. She carried a Cascade of White roses and carnations. Three of the bridal attendants were the Bride s Sisters. Miss Phyllis Chmiel was maid of Honor and misses Carol and Janet Chmiel bridesmaids. Mrs. Black was brides Matron. They wore formal gowns Aqua silk Chiffon with Empire bodices and a line skirts Fea Turing panels of Aqua Satin. They carried nosegay of Aqua carnations surrounded with White Shasta daisies. Kareld Solomon served As Oest Man. Ushers were Michael Campo Ronald Disalvo and Wil Liam Chmiel brother of the Bride. The Bride was graduated from Julienne High school Dayton and the University of Dayton she is employed at St. Eliza Beth Hospital. Or. Settembrini a graduate of Xenia High school and the University of Dayton is pm of played by the Frigidaire corp Cal to hear Edish boy Bellbrook Magnus Ulmgren of Stockholm Sween a foreign Exchange student t Bellbrook High school will e guest speaker at the meet ing of the shirts and skirts Hild conservation Lead u e at 8 . At the Home f mrs. John Bennett 4119 Ridgetop or. He is in the youth for understanding group and mrs Tomas Polk a representative rom the Detroit office also vill be present. Mrs. Ronak Lough will be co hostess. Speaking frankly Affif Cotta women invited to relax by Mary Mcgrath some women still keep House As though the state of the e i r cabinets reflected the state of their souls and the Devil himself was keeping score. Not Only do things the n they need cleaning which not even i can argue with but they respond to the seasonal Cycle As surely As the swallows return to Capistrano. The poor dears would t recognize Spring if it were pointed out to them so Busy Are they turning Over a new household Leaf of their own. Obviously they Are plagued with the Idle hands theory of salvation. They Are scared to death that if they Don t keep looking Busy someone will no Tice that they have Little to keep Busy about. I know women with no More than one left in the Househ o 1 d who manage to fill their Days doing and redoing endless Little chores that the woman with a full household either tosses off in an hour or ignores completely. Let s face it girls a Little idleness goes a Long Way toward improving the status of women around the House. Sometimes Idle hands get to pick up a news paper and find out what is going i on. In that great big world out Side the Kitchen. You really can t Register an attitude about the world if you Are constantly polishing just your own particular Corner of it. Idle hands get to turn the pages of a Book once in a while to learn something More than the care and feeding of children. Not that the care and feeding etc., in t important but the great american novel it Ain t. Even dust can be delightful taken in Small doses. A passing Fleet of motes against the Sun can give at least a temporary impression of a Jackson Pollock original before it finally goads the viewer into removing t h e cause. With so Many thing to Icahn do see and Admire it is unbelievable that any woman could he Content to be merely a household appliance when she could be the catalyst for i. H c sort of cultural change the entire family could enjoy. Admit girls housework is a demanding repetitious end less Job but it in t in end in in Salt. If a closet does to get. Cleaned until next week who s joing to know or really care hut a Lilac Bush is Only in Bloom his week and the baby is Only that Friendly for this year. The House will keep its chores waiting for your hands when you Are ready to put them to t. The pleasures go by never to come again. If you Are just Loo far gone on housekeeping to accept such a hedonistic approach to living there is one other thing a might save you before it s too late. Even convicts get time of or Good behaviour you be earned yours. About people in Fairborn. Or. And mrs. Paul Hays o 215 s. Wright ave. Have re turned from a month s vacation in Western florida., the Roy Robinette of 325. Rave mood or. Spent last week end in Hampton and Kingsport a. Stader is convalescing at her Home near fair born after undergoing surgery at Miami Valley Hospital. In Bellbrook Farmer Stanley of n. Wes St. Vacationed last week in key West Fla. He and his Granc son and wife or. And mrs. Dec win Stanley and daughter Mary Louise of Dayton visible or. Stanley s brother in and Sisler. In Jamestown mrs. Everett Mosslander a medical patient at Beth esd Hospital Cincinnati is report cd to be improved rummage Sale at old own methodist Church Friday May 17th 1-4 . Saturday May 18lh 9-10 . Gazette and news of area clubs Gazette land Gavel Cade prom goers journey to South seas Cedarville prom go ers at Cedarville High school Friday night walked from a arge Ocean liner onto a roman in South sea Island As they journeyed to an Isle of Golden this year s Junior senior prom. Approximately ook the journey. They stepped rom the liner to the sight of Sand shells and Miles of Blue a Bamboo hut and a measure Chest dotted the Island and the music of Mel Haney s orchestra got them in the mood if the Carefree islanders. Later they had an after irom party at Community Anes in Xenia. Charlene Wells and Sarah Ankeney were co chairmen and mrs. Milton Turer and Lowell Fletcher were acuity advisers for the prom. Officers will be elected at the meeting of the eagles auxiliary at 8 . Tuesday at the pages Hall. Officers will meet at . Louis Clark will talk on the history of Road making at the meeting of the Greene county historical society monday at 8 a. At the snediker museum. The Public is invited mrs. Richard Heller will be Bible study Leader when the Ruth Circle of Bethel lutheran Church meets with mrs. Rich Ard Stoltz 4045 Eck Worth dr., Bellbrook tuesday at . Members of the Friendship club Are to take gifts for the secret pal Mother s Day Exchange and articles for the White elephant Sale to their meeting wednesday at . At the Home of mrs. De Fason 380 n. West St mrs. Marvin Brown will be hostess for the covered dish luncheon of the ladies Aid Al pleasant View Church of Christ wednesday noon. There a White elephant Sale and bake Sale. First nomination of officers for the last half of the year Wil be conducted by evening Stai Council daughters of America tuesday at 8 . At the fair born roof Hall. Women of St. Mark s Luther an Church Fairborn will visit the Greene county Home tues Day James Rizos Robert k i p p and Emmit Gentit discussed the 10 year improvement pro ram at the May meeting of he Fairborn Branch american association of University women thursday at St. Mark s lutheran Church. Stork club Dane Michael is the name chosen by or. And mrs. Michael Kappeler of 2114 fire bord dr., Bellbrook for their second child and first son born april 27 at Miami Valley hos Pital. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Richard s. Kappeler and or. And mrs. Everett Clu s Holm allo Beavercreek air. And mrs. Richard Wollen Haupt of 4372 Hillcrest dr., Bell Brook announce the birth of their first child Scot Allen May 1 at Kettering memorial Hospital. Baptism set water from the Jordan River will be used for baptisms at 11 . Sunday at first methodist Church. New adult members will be received at the 11 . Service May 19. The Xenia Daha Gazette saturday slav 11. 1938 Vith Janet Winters Gazelle women s editor maybe you re ironing a shirt or baking a. Cake. Sniffing a Rose or to when Boi in a a chord is struck and you re Way Back in the past remembering when. This mental magic relates to a precious Possession every Mother owns a memory Box. The Box is filled with a Potpourri of recollections important to no one but her self but. She would t Trade them for a million dollars. Sometimes in a quiet moment she opens the Box on purpose and silts through a lifetime of Mem ories Hunting for a particular one to Comfort or cheer her. But most times the Box opens spontaneously on its own triggered by most any thing. Standing at the top of the Hill the other Day looking Down into the Woods that Border our Back Yard i did t see the delicate Green of the budding Trees but u Host of Small laughing figures scrambling up the Bank with a clutch of wildflowers. For me. Every birthday cake i bake brings to mind the first one which so pleased its owner he picked it up with both Small fat hands mid squashed it into his face he was Only 1. Mention the Kentucky Derby and i see a Small re haired girl who could rattle off by Rote any Derby Winner any year. At Holiday times especially the memories spill out faster than you can catch them homemade crooked Valentines spelling out i love you easter egg Hunts and upset tummies fourth of july and forbidden sparklers the first Day of school when you had to slay behind trailing through the neighbourhood to protect Small ghosts on halloween. And Christmas the time the baby pulled the tree Over in a crash ing glory making cookies with All the mess and togetherness every time i hear the strains of silent night ,1 burst into irreverent laughter at the memory of a solemn 5-year-old singing silent night whole grained some memories we push to the Bottom of the Box in Hopes they la stay there the terror of a 104 degree temperature the anxiety of a Little boy lost the Hurt suffered by one of our Brood that could t be kissed and made better funny about the contents of this Box. The main characters in your mental movies Are sometimes amused but More often embarrassed when you talk about them. Your husband enjoys them and grand but you hesitate to shave with outsiders they d probably be bored. Never mind your memory Box is your special secret Joy open it tomorrow p i Mother s Day take some special memories out and put some new ones in and have a Happy Day. Women voters to meet in Columbus Columbus d r. Mart i n Essex state superintendent Public instruction will be the peaker at the Semi annual Council meeting of the league of women voters of ohi0 at the hospitality motor inn tuesday and wednesday. Purpose of the meeting is to consider the program and meth ods of work and to adopt a Bud get for the coming year. Pm Hasis will be on the current study of Public elementary and secondary education. Leagues in Ohio also Are studying the stale s const Itilio. Is study is being done in pre la ration for the 1972 decision by Hio voters on whether or not o Call a constitutional Conven Ion. Mrs. Werner Blanchard of Ayton will present plans for he 50th anniversary Obser Vance of the league of women voters of Hie United slates. Xenia lev will be represented at the Council by mrs. Lyle Sra fule and mrs. V i n cent Holder delegates and mrs. W. A. Hammond observer. Brenda Phelps and Ron pol lock left two visitors to the Island receive punch from native girls Judy Gazette photo by Bave Myett Thomas and Mary Harner in the Bamboo hut. Youth activities girls installed new officers of the n sew 4-h club were installed at a meeting monday evening at the iome of Debbie Van Tress . Route 68 South. Each of icer was presented a Flower in a color denoting characteristics of her office in the formal Cere Mony. Ideas were Given for the float committee s consideration and Jebbie Brown gave a Demon stration on making a salad. Next meeting will be held at the Home of Jane Miltenberger 281 Ridge Bury d-., May 20. Dizzy daisies members of the dizzy daisies Junior Flower club have made Ceramic pots and filled them with petunias for gifts for their mothers. Cay Beard is president of the club organized As part of the Clover slippers h club. Other officers arc Mary Sny Der Secretary and Jim la Mont treasurer. Jeanette Edwards and Tom Snyder Are charter members. Second meet ing of the new group was held thursday afternoon at the Home of the adviser mrs. John la Mont. Nazarene elect Robert Cody was elected president of the Nazarene Young Peoples society at the first Church of the Nazarene May 5. Other officers Are Janet Drake vice president Joyce Branham Secretary and Anita Goodbar treasurer. Topic for Junior Fellowship life now acid then and Billy Murray will be the Leader. Nature s invaders pictures were taken at the meeting of the nature s invaders 4-h club wednesday eve Ning at the children s Home. Most of the work on the project books is to be completed be fore the next meeting May 22 at the Home of pal Thompson flying Needles Beavercreek a Money making project was Dis cussed at the of flying Needles 4-h club at the Home of Joyce Mcnicol 2545 Valdina or. Identification cards were distributed. Joyce served refreshments. Next meeting will be May 20 at the Home of mrs. Kenneth capt. William s. Paddock Ember of the Church army id research officer for the Dio Ese of Southern Ohio i Peak at the . Servic unday at Christ Episcopa i Ucli. Guest speakers a Art o the 101st Anniversar ele Barlion of the Church. Or. David Hazel College Wor at . Sunday will a Coyer 4025 Grange Hall re to be speaker goes the Rev. B. Edwin Robuck or. Of Anchorage ky., former Baptist minister will speak on the Way of Liberal religion at the universalist unitarian Fellowship at . Sunday Welcome first United methodist Church divine worship . North Xenia drive in Church school . Divine worship 11 Nursery for pc school children lid w. Second Street w. Second St. 376-z333 wholesale Clail rear 2nd St. Parking lot Sec us for expert wig cleaning culling f styling 6.50 new hours 11 . O 7 . Tiies., wed. And thurs. 11 . 11a.m. O 5 .-sat. Closed monday Model drive in clearer weekly special monday May 13lh thru sat. May 18th ladies Plain dresses 2 cleaned and pressed 1-hour service cleaned Only 8 his. Notice shirts 27c each 5 shirts for when accompanied by cleaning open .-6 . All Day wed. Not responsible for clothes left Over 30 Days self service laundromat 25c washing machine in rear open daily . To 11 . Jos w. Main St. Xenia school menus menus in All Xenia schools next week will be Green Beans Citrus salad milk High school salad bowl bread and butter Citrus salad milk dog on Bun French net potatoes apri cots Rice Kristy squares fruit juice milk High school salad bowl bread and butter apricots fruit juice milk Fried Chicken mashed potatoes hot Roll with Butler and Jelly Rosy applesauce milk High school Roll with butter and Jelly Rosy applesauce for i 5 t. Of Tomato soup and sallies celery and Carrot strips Peanut Butler and Honey Sandwich Black Berry Cobbler milk High bowl Peanut butter Sandwich Blackberry Cobbler milk. Meat and cheese Sandwich lettuce salad pudding sliced peaches chocolate milk High school bowl bread and butter sliced peaches chocolate milk. Of Episco pcs to hear paddock Montgomery Benson insurance for Complete Protection it pays to look where you re going Blini in owners income fire i life Tust phone 372-7646 or 426-2355 for worry free service 1 on convenient terms 61 a Merkel si., Benin 16 s. Broad is fair born commission chairman Lias been elected at the . Service Mittee on College work for tha diocese of Southern Ohio by Russ Rumick Tony Scotti a a n d s o m a Young Holly Wood Bachul o a blames to f o r his Bachelor Hood stale. He says. Afler Walchi n g the commercials 1 have become convinced that most women Sutler rom indigestion bad breath excessive perspiration rough hands arthritis neuritis Iron poor blood fatigue Dull eyes stringy hair Short temper chronic head aches bad skin and. Excess fat. What Man in his right mind Pul up Willi All Well girls hint docs ii and evidently the Only Way to Over come All these shortcomings is to dress so attractively they will not be noticed. Joan Dell s new crinkle crepe shirtwaist. He Yoni a doubt tic most wearable dress you la Ever have. A Black tand while i inti Tunnel " Belt loops double Button front. Was Hab i a packet blk smartly styled non wrinkle and priced it Only if it is a travelling you Are Jjo Ini and you want to Lonk like a picture when you get buy a Toni Todd not Etc Jersey. There s a Sec of less Liick and Brown print Wii i a solid Black set in Waist band and i huge Bone buckle. The skirt is slightly get Liard. It just Looka real Chic. And Only there Are Ninny Many Ulinor thin Jas Thiol will make you n Marc you. Sen them ill no Kli Akoko s not s. Detroit is. Where fashion is an every any

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