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Couple Is Married
At St. John Church
in an impressnu ciihdiv’iu.Tii
mony Saturdi
St. John Mennonite church, north
west of Rlu Tton, Miss Leia Jean
Hill, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Hi
ram Hill, oi Ottawa, became the
bride of Roll and Dean Reichenbach,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Reich
enbach, of Pandora. The vows were
received in a single ring ceremony
by Rev. Fra
the church.
nk Harder, pastor of
The bridal couple chose the silver
wedding anniversary of the groom’s
parents as
ding.
he date of their wed-
The chancel was decorated with
baskets of wllite gladioli, palms and
greenery, flanked by four seven
branch cande abra. The pews were
marked with white bows. A half
hour of nuptial music, by Mrs.
James Suter, of Pandora, preceded
the ceremonjr. Her selections in
eluded: “Fo You and Me,” “I
Promise You ,” “The Sunshine of
Your Smile,’ “Indian Love Call,”
“Liebestraum “My Heart At Thy
Sweet Voice,' “Tschaikowskv’s Con
certo No. 1 and “Through the
Years.” Rog•er Howe, of Bluffton,
friend of the groom, sang “Always”
and “Because” and closed the cere
mony by singring “The Lord’s Pray
er” The traditional bridal march
from Lohengirin and the recessional
by Mendelsso hn were used.
The bride was escorted to the
altar by her father who gave her
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Her fingertip veil was held in place
by a tiara of seed pearls. She car
ried a colonial bouquet of white
roses with showers of lover’s knots.
Her only ornament was a strand of
pearls, gift of the groom.
The maid of honor was Miss
Phyllis Hill, sister of the bride,
and Mrs. Robert Reese, of Deshler,
also a sister of the bride, and Miss
Betty Steiner, of Pandora, were
bridesmaids. They wore identical
gowns of white net over taffeta,
with picture hats of white net and
carried colonial bouquets of white
munis.
Flower girls were Sue Lucas and
Karen Kottenbrock, of Columbus
Grove, cousins of the bride, who also
wore floor length gowns of white net
and taffeta. Larry Sanners, of
Lima, also a cousin of the bride,
carried the ring, a wide gold band
set with rubies, to the altar on a
white satin pillow.
The groom, attended by his broth
er, Donald Reichenbach, wore a light
blue gabardine suit with white rose
boutonniere. Ushers were Howard
Diller, Robert Thompson, Robert
Roethlisberger and Chauncey Schu
macher. The best man and ushers
wore light tan suits with white bou
tonnieres.
INSURANCE
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Bluffton, Ohio
235 W. College Avenue Phone 165-W
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mothers of the bride and groom,
were each attired in black crepe with
black and white accessories and wore
corsages of gardenias.
SCHOOL ABOARD THE ‘WISKY
Immediately following the cere
mony a reception was held in the
church parlors for a hundred and
fifty guests. Mrs. Dennis Diller,
aunt of the groom, cut the wedding
cake and Mrs. James Allen, Mrs.
Robert Moyer, and Mrs. Clyde Som
mer and Miss Peggy Reed assisted
with the serving.
For traveling the bride wore a
beige tailored suit with white ac
cessories. The couple left Saturday
night on a wedding trip to New
York and the New England states.
They will be at home after Septem
ber 8 with the groom’s parents where
they will reside for the present.
Mrs. Reichenbach is a graduate
of Ottawa high school and spent
sixteen months in civil service work
overseas. Mr. Reichenbach gradu
ated from Pandora high school and
is engaged in farming. He spent
two and a half years with the
armed forces.
Guests coming from a distance to
attend the wedding included Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Brandt, Akron Miss
Peggy June Wood, Charleston, W.
Va. Major and Mrs. Roland Stern,
Scott Field, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Southworth, Wyandotte, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Gabriel,
Belleville, Mich. Fred Soldner, Gib
son City, Ill. Mr. and Mrs Edgar
Clevenger, Monroe, Mich Mrs. Des
sie Knoel, Monroe, Mich. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Hill, Morenci, Mich. Mr.
and Mrs. Aldine Roethlisberger, son
Bob, Lima Miss Lois Okuley, Defi
ance Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sommers
and Sandy, Bowling Green Mr. and
Mrs. James Benroth and family,
Findlay Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mc
Mannany, Mr. and Mrs. John Calla
I han and Helen McManny, of Lima.
A class of Naval Reservists aboard the USS Wisconsin on a training
cruise to Cristobal, Canal Zone, listen to an instructor explain the draw
Ing of certain electrical connections. The USS Wisconsin is making sevj
eral such Reserve cruises to refresh Reservists* previous training ana
to acquaint them with the latest developments in naval equipment and
technique. Reservists in the photo were among several hundred from
the Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Naval Districts and the Potomac
River Naval Command taking two weeks of active duty training afloat.
Other combat ships making similar cruises are the L’SS Oregon City,
the USS Rochester and the USS Little Rock.
Couple Weds At
Methodist Church
Miss Glenna Swick, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yerks, Lima
Route 4 and Robert Marquart, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Marquart,
Jenera, were married in a ceremony
at the Methodist church, Sunday
afternoon, August 17.
Rev. J. Reyenbery of the Pandora
Methodist church officiated and a
program of wedding music was giv
en by Miss Jean Ann Steinman,
pianist.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Lugibihl, grand
parents of the bride after which
the couple left on a wedding trip to
the Black Hills, South Dakota.
The bride is a graduate of Bluff
ton high school in the class of 1944
and lately has been employed in the
laboratory of the Page Dairy plant
here. The couple will reside on a
farm near Jenera.
Bridges-Weaver
Vows Exchanged
Miss Mary Ellen Bridges and
Harold E. Weaver, both of Beaver
dam, exchanged marriage vows in a
ceremony at Lima Church of the
Brethren, last Thursday evening.
Rev. James Renz was the officiating
pastor.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Bridges, of Beaver
dam, and the groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Weaver, Lima
Route 5.
Mrs Norbert Wildermuth was her
sister’s attendant, and her husband
was best man.
Following a short wedding trip,
Mr. and Mrs. Weaver will reside
near Beaverdam.
The bride is a graduate of La
fayette High school and is employed
at the City Ioan and Savings Co.,
Lima. Weaver, a Navy veteran, was
graduated from Beaverdam High
school. He is employed by the Buck
eye Coach and Manufacturing Co.,
of Beaverdam.
Ohio has been asked to select five
corn counties and three tobacco
counties where government crop in
surance can be offered to growers
in 1948.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
(Official
Navy
Photograph)
Jack Wise, Former
Bluffton Man Dies
Jacob (Jack)
Bluffton resident,
afternoon at his
lowing an illness
Wise, 67, former
died last Tuesday
home in Lima fol
of two months.
iy, he came to this
ung man and for
connected with the
re here.
hree brothers: Abe
and Isadore of
ter, Mrs. Dora
Born in Germa
country as a yc
many years was
Wise clothing stc
Surviving are
of Lima and Bert
Cleveland and a s
Stein of Palestine.
Services were held at the Davis
Miller & Son funeral home, Lima,
Thursday afternoon. Burial was in
Lima Woodlawn cemetery.
Pandora Boy, Eight
Drawns In Quarry
David Lee Jones, 8, grandson of
David Nusbaum, of near Bluffton,
was drowned about 5 p. m. last Fri
day when he slipped into an old
quarry hole near Riley creek at the
west edge of Pandora.
The drowning victim was the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jones, Route
1, Pandora Mrs. Jones was former
ly May Nusbaum.
The child and two playmates were
playing on an old, moss-covered
door at the edge of the abandoned
quarry, according to reports. He
slipped off the door into eight feet
of water and could not return to
safety.
The other two boys sounded an
alarm and Leroy Lemley, of Pan
dora, ran to the scene. He recov
ered the boy’s body, but the admin
istration of artificial respiration
failed to save his life.
Funeral services were held at the
United Brethren church, Columbus
Grove, Sunday afternoon with Rev.
R. L. Clark officiating. Burial was
in Truro cemetery, Col. Grove.
Root Rot Hits Beets
Yield May Be Lower
After surmounting the difficulties
of last spring’s wet weather which
delayed sugar beet planting, beet
growers of this area now are facing
the possibility of losses from beet
rot.
The blight brought on by heavy
August rainfall, combined with ex
treme heat and humidity, has made
its appearance in many fields thru
out the sugar beet growing area.
Some growers believe their yield
may be cut as much as 10 per cent.
Fields seem to be affected in
spots, according to farm observers,
who report that rotting root systems
can effectively destroy plants, many
of which now have bowls averaging
around two younds.
There seems to be no cure-all for
the blight, as aerating plants at
this stage of the season might result
in as much damage as that caused
by root rot.
Another six weeks of good weath
er should round, out the crop for
harvesting, growers believe, despite
late planting.
News want ads bring results.
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Basinger’s Furniture Store
45 Years of Dependable Service
John Bowers Dies At
Home Near Beaverdam
Funeral services were held Satur
day in the Diller funeral home for
John M. Bowers, 82, retired farmer
who died early last Thursday morn
ing at his residence one mile east
of Beaverdam.
In ill health for 13 months, he
died of heart disease.
Born in Tuscarawas county Sep
tember 29, 1866, Bowers was mar
ried to Verena Moser, who preceded
him in death in 1935.
Survivors include three sons,
Arthur Bowers, with whom he lived
Herbert Bowers, Honolulu, Hawaii
Roscoe C. Bowers, Cleveland a
daughter, Mrs. Elva Geiger, Minne
apolis one sister, Mrs. John Moser,
Bluffton and two brothers, Peter V.
Bowers, Beaverdam and Forest D.
Bowers, Lima.
Mr. Bowers was a member of
Richland Grange Rev. Frank Hard
er, of Pandora, officiated at funeral
rites. Burial was in Woodland cem
etery, Beaverdam.
Auto Driver Permits
Go On Sale Tuesday
Automobile drivers’ licenses went
on sale in Bluffton Tuesday morning
at the Bixel Motor Co., Cherry
street, local distributors.
Drivers who wish to escape the
September 30 deadline rush are
urged to makfe their purchases early,
it was recommended by county au-
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now showing.
Lafayette Girl
Wins State Award
Betty Rose Fleming, 18, of Lafay
ette Route 1, won first place in the
demonstration contest which cli
maxed the girls division of the jun
ior fair at, the Ohio State fair, last
week.
She demonstrated “setting an at
tractive table” in the fair compe
tition. As an award, she will re
ceive an all-expense trip to the Na
tional 4-H club congress at Chicago,
Nov. 30 through Dec. 4. She is a
member of the Lafayette Busy Bee
4-H club.
Lois Palmer Wed
In Lima Ceremony
Miss Lois Palmer, employed at
The Triplett Electrical Instrument
Co., became the bride of Roger E.
Rouish, of near Lima, in a cere
mony at the home of the bride’s sis
ter in Lima on August 13, it was
announced this week by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palmer, of Co
lumbus Grove.
The couple is residing with the
bridegroom’s parents on Lima Route
three.
If you can not take criticism, you
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Forty-five Years of Dependable Service
THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1947
At Fair Next Year
Mrs. Chester Huber, Bluffton saxo
phonist, who appeared on the pro
gram at the State Fair last Wed
nesday has been booked for a re
turn appearance next year, it w’as
announced the first of the week.
She also has been invited to be
guest soloist with Lester Evans’ Un
ion high band at Mendon, Mercer
county after playing in the woman’s
building, little theater and farm lane
buildings where the band gave a
concert.
While in Columbus she also gave
a concert at the home of Mrs. M.
Powell, president of the music asso
ciation.
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