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Record-Eagle (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Traverse City, Michigan Record Eagle traverse City Michigan saturday june 13, 1964 Page 5 the woman s world society features fashions announce betrothal or. And mrs. Arthur Rynn of Honor announce the engagement of their daughter Kay to pvt. Richard prance son of mrs. Ruth Bates of Honor. Miss Ryan is a 19g3 Grad uate of Zenzic county Central school and graduated june 3 from Northwestern Academy of Beauty. Pvt. Prance is a graduate of Honor High school and is presently serving with the . Army Ai. Fort Dix. New Jersey. No Date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Schroc Tenboer honoured at luncheon t sup. And mrs. Novak were hosts at a Lovely noon luncheon at their Home on pen insula drive Friday compliment ing mrs. Harris s. Schroeter Boer Secretary to the Suprin or hair stylist across from Tempo of indent. And or. Schrotenboer. Who Are leaving next week for Sunnyvale California to make their Home. Guests were or. And mrs. Garland l. House and co work ers in the superintendent s of fice. Mrs. James Tompkins. Mrs. Ray Bush mrs. Shirley Buchan. Mrs. Jack Selkirk and mrs. Gerald Lutz. The largest seeds Are those m the double cocoon it. They hit about. -10 pounds. Time to keep your furs Lovely and Lustrous in our cold storage vaults. Clean ing repairing restyling. Coddington s 124 a Maple we 6-6546 Tempo rout we Bow teen Nasau Mas sunday new shipment of summer Straw handbags latest styles assorted sizes White Brown Tan open sunday 1 to 6 . Pairings announced for 9-Hole Golf group women s Al Hoie Goir association will play Low net at the weekly Competition tuesday at the traverse City Golf and country club. Mrs. M. Newman ant airs. J. Ahart will be a liar Man. Players Are asked to be at the tee five minutes before their tee off time. Members Are reminded of the luncheon business meeting. Reservations should be made Mon Day noon. Following Are the pairings a group Back nine mesdames f. Dohm s. Woods r. Newman. Mesdames p. Dendrinos. M. Swanson l. Martinson. Mesh times r. Crawford. K. Suokos. F. Lovell. Mesdames a. Bohn c. Porter. K. Keene. Mesdames k. Benson. Cus Tiitson. T. Joynt. Mesdames p. Vatsi Kis a. Toegel. Havill. Mesdames r. A cry r. Stut t Eris. W. Chillier. Mesdames j. Allen j. Kinard. H. Ullis. i. Abraham son Norcross. B group front nine mesdames j. Hagen d. Wares. R. Ostlynd. Mesdames k. Burton r. Tannehill. V. Kauer. Mesdames r. Green. B. Myler. Mesdames p. Furman. K. Thompson d. Murray. Mesdames j. Fredrick son 1c. Stokes. G. Morgan. Mesdames e. Flynn. C. Slivinsky g. Mack. Mesdames h. Fahs. F. A Dimilte. G. Mcqueen. Mesdames b. Ellwart b. Kilter. .1. Mcfarland. Sefl. Mesdames f. Davis j. Ahart. G. Mccarty. Mesdames k. Cole j. Wicksall. F. Mccall. Mesdames h. Codding ton. L. Wamsley. Mesdames r. Church. K. Contant w. Klotzbach. Mesdames e. Belyea r. Peterman r. Hilty. Mesdames Richard Brad Ford. R. Stehower h. Joslin. Mesdames Robert Brad Ford p. Shaffer. R. Hordan. Mesdames j. Bensley m. James. Mesdames j. Ahart. J. Wright. R. Parks. C group Back nine sufi mesdames c. Gertz. N. Wildman. A. Moenkhaus. Mesdames w. Fish w. Waples c. Merrick. Mesdames j. Emms w. Thorn. N. Mcadams. Mesdames g. Elenbaas a. Smith. C. Mann. Mesdames l. Day r. Schall m. Mace. Mesdames a. Cote. G. Robinson. F. Lynch. Mesdames c. Collins r. R. Lentner. Mesdames l. Chapin g. Oleson Larimore. Mesdames g. Cardwell f. Williams. 1 r. Kratchovil. Mesdames j. Burns t. White t. Kozanecki. Mesdames b. Boucher s. Tompkins. H. Kenny. Mesdames c. Bowers r. Sutton v. Jerome. Mesdames r. Bell a. Schmuckel. C. Howe. Mesdames j. Beers. B. Saylor. R. Hemming. Mesdames j. Barrett j. Potter. G. Grapes. Mesdames a. Bates l. Ore Burn i. J. Gleason. Mesdames r. Allor. John Wright f. Echols. Business girls t. Car Clemeti. R. Raeburn m. Kevwitch. 0. Bates m. Smyt. A. Kibby. K. Church. M. Wade l. Port Hollywood Beauty natural foods for reducing by Lydia Lane Hollywood "1 think it is unfortunate that women do not prize their Claire Bloom Rini pitted. Some women even consider it be i Tjing to refer to their inability to compete with men. I belong to the Vlku la difference school. In Rutland a woman takes it Lor granted that the Man is to be the head of the fam ily and he does assume the responsibility. It Ray be that in this country the men Are inclined to lean on women. At i have heard some talk we were chatting on the out rage set at Mem where Claire was Only dubbing lines and she Ems not made up to face the i Iii erns. When 1 complimented on her Lovely skin she told me that she believes in steaming her face thoroughly to an out the pores. "1 make a herbal mixture of Sweet Basil. A hymn and Rose Mary. Von can buy nil of these in any super Market in the spire department i use one of each a Basin of Iii liner water 1 cover my hair with ii Shower Cap. Put my face Over the bowl and a Largo Towel my shoulders and head to hold in the Best. 1 keep my face there until it begins to perspire and i am sure All my pores Are open. Afterwards i always splash my face with iced water which closes the pores. Ice is a wonderful astringent. If you put a cube of it in a soft cloth and go Over your face and under your Chin it brings up the surface circulation and helps to keep a firm Claire began her career As a Ballet dancer. She sings praises red Cross annual meeting june 18 Andrew Olson is serving As chairman for the potluck dinner to be held at Gilbert Lodge twin lakes followed by the an Nual meeting of grand trav Erse county chapter of the american red Cross. Thursday evening june is at chairmen of red Cross Activi-1 lies and their committees All i Board members Gray ladies with their husbands wives or escorts and anyone interested in what the had Cross is doing within the county chapter Are Welcome to attend. A nominal ins committee will present a i share of officers for approval and reports for the year will be Given. I mrs. Wilbur Mitchell of Royal Oak will be special guest this year for the annual mrs. Mitchell has Many years of red Cross service to her credit and serves with the red Cross Bureau in metropolitan Detroit. She will talk to the group on ii Reni red Cross needs and Volunteer work. All attending to event should lir Iii table service Aid a dish to pass. The chapter is furnish ing the meat and co five. Calendar of events East Bay Grange card party Grange Hall. Rural Ramblers Square dance club. Williamsburg town Hall. See Church Calendar. Sabin Pat annual Community picnic Yuba Park. Cio local 1710, Back room at Cio labor Hall. Vyv special a monday and tuesday Cream puffs and eclairs

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