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ankish-H allet Nuptials Thursday Dignity and simplicity marked the wedding of Miss Rita Hankish eld est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chas. Hankish Sr. of 218 South Main street, and George C. Hallett, son of Mrs. George Hallett and the late Mr. Hallett of Elyria. The nuptial mass was celebrated Thursday morning at 10 o’clock in St. Rose Catholic church, Lima, by Rev. Father James F. Hebbeler, of Toledo. Bouquets of delphinium, gladioli and yellow daisies, decorated the altar. “Ave Maria” and “0 Lord I Am Not Worthy” were the offertory hymns selected by the bride. The closing hymn was “On This Day, Oh Beautiful Mother.” The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, chose for the cere mony a lovely blush satin gown, fashioned with a sweetheart neck line, fitted bodice, the skirt sweeping from a pointed waist ending in a long cathederal train. The sleeves were long and buttoned tightly at the wrist. The sweetheart neckline was trimmed with scrolls of beading. Her veil was long, imported illu sion edged with chantilly lace at Smart designs Rich textures tached to a tiara of seed pearls and rhinestones. Both the veil and tiara were tinted to match her dress of blush satin. She carried a cluster of sweetheart roses centered with a white orchid arranged on a blush, satin covered prayer book and wore a gold cross, the gift of the groom. Miss Theda Hankish, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Her gown was made of coral pink marquisheer, fashioned with a sweet heart neckline, cap sleeves and full skirt with a ruffle at the bottom. The dress buttoned down the back. She wore a tiara to match the gown, sprinkled with transparent sequins and wore a gold cross the gift of the bride. Misses Geneva, Ruth and Janice Hankish all sister’s of the bride, Mabel Hallet, sister of the groom were the bridesmaids and they all wore identical gowns fashioned of aqua taffeta and marquisette, having a sheer yoke and taffeta yoke and taffeta bertha, fitted bodice with skirt of marquisette appliqued with taffeta. Their headpieces were lace tiara bands of the same color as their dresses, sprinkled with rhine stones. All wore pearls, gift of the bride. The maid of honor and bridesmaids carried garland type bouquets of lavender and purple .. shaded delphinium and yellow mar guerites, Rita Ansman', namesake and cousin of the bride was a miniature bride. Her gown and veil were made identical to that of the bride. She wore pearls and carried a miniature satin Bbund prayer book, topped with a cluster of sweetheart roses and a baby white orchid. Charles Abde, Toledo, served Mr. Hallett as best man. Ushers were Charles Hankish, Jr., Peter Eugene Hankish of Bluffton, brothers of the bride, Mitchell Aftoora of Cleveland, and Frederick Shalhoub of Windsor, Ont., Canada, nephew of groom. Men of the bridal party wore white carnation boutonnieres. For her daughter’s wedding Mrs. Hankish chose a gown of delicate peach crepe with a purple orchid corsage. Her hat was of black im ported straw, trimmed with nylon roses and tulle, with black patent shoes. Mrs. Hallett chose for her son’s wedding a chartreuse crepe dress with white accessories and also wore a purple orchid corsage. Mrs. M. Giha, maternal grand mother of the bride wore an aqua crepe dress with black accessories and a corsage of sweetpeas. A breakfast for 110 guests was served in the crystal room of the -y. Ol V* MB IB Alavnnder Smith all-wool pile. for every room... to set off period or modern furnishings. in attractive patterns or newest solid colors. Thick, glamorous, long-wearing. Basinger’s Furniture Store Jorty-^ix tyeari o( dependable Service THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO Argonne Hotel, Lima. Following the breakfast a reception was held from 3 to 6 in the home of the bride’s parents, in Bluffton, for 350 guests. The wedding reception table was centered with a 5-tier wed ding cake encircled with white lilies. Mrs. Taft Etoll and Mrs. Tom Shebli aunts of the bride presided at the table. Mrs. Ralph Locher of Cleve land, a close friend, cut the cake and Mrs. Chas. Hankish Jr. also served. When the couple left for their wedding trip to New York and points of interest in the East, the bride wore a beige crepe dress with an* imported tuscan hat with black velvet facing and trim. She wore black patent shoes and carried a corde purse. She wore a corsage of orchids. The couple will reside after July 10 in Elyria, Ohio. 344 Fourth St. The bride attended Bluffton Col lege and was a music instructor in the Lima schools. Mr. Hallett is manager of the Standard Drug Store, Elyria, Ohio. WASTE PAPER COLLECTION Bluffton Boy Scouts will have a waste paper drive this Saturday afternoon. Tied bundles of papers will be picked up from porches or curbs. ,/ Jr Florals 5: Tone-on-Tone Solids in Plain and Twists foro $69.50 for 9 12 size Couple Is Married In Pandora Church Miss Agnes Suter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Suter, of Pan dora, and Richard Berky, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Berky, of Bluffton, were united in marriage Saturday evening, in the Grace Mennonite Church at Pandora. Rev. E. J. Bohn read the ceremony before an altar decorated with white lilies, baskets of white gladioli, and seven-branch candelabra. The pews were decorated with white daisies and greenery. The musical selections played on the organ by Mrs. Earl Lehman were “Panis Angelicus,” “Lead Kindly Light” and “Salute D’amour.” Miss Elizabeth Brand sang “Through the Years,” “I Love You Truly,” and “O Perfect Love.” The traditional Wagner and Mendelssohn Wedding Marches were used. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a white gown fashioned with a lace bodice and yoke tapering into the full net skirt, which flowed into a circular train. A white beaded Juliet cap held the finger-tip veil of illusion, and she wore white lace mitts as she carried her arrangment of white roses. The bride also wore a neck lace given to her by the groom. Miss Esther Berky, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, wearing a blue taffeta gown with matching head dress and mitts. Her flowers were pink roses. Paul Martin, a college friend of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Russel and Gene Suter, broth ers of the bride, and Gordon Neuen schwander and Roger Berkey, friends of the groom. For the occasion the mother of the bride wore a printed crepe dress and the groom’s mother had on an agua crepe dress. A reception for one hundred and fifty guests was held afterwards in the basement of the church. Mrs. Gordon Neuenschwander cut the three tiered cake and LaDonna Suter poured the punch. Dolores Burry' and Donna Mae Lugibihl also as sisted. After the reception the couple left for a short wedding trip. NOTICE TO BIDDERS, Ml equ ns by i by thi of th, proposals will be received stees of u ITton, 0 ‘the Vill cloc No, :on- •s •¥5 found. bid. Each bid must be acqbmpanied by a certi fied check for $100.00,7required as a guar antee that if the bid be/accepted by the Board of Trustees of Public /flairs. that the bidder will carry out the terms of the bid. The Board reserves Ahe right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board of Trustees of Publie Affairs, Bluffton, Ohio. C. R. Emans, Clerk 11 Here are two of our many White Red Black Slim & Medium Widths—Sizes 3’/i to 9 was $4.95. Granddaughter is Married In Toledo Miss Peggy Colleen Eichelberger and Ronald D. Boltz, both of Toledo vrere married in a ceremony at St. Paul’s Methodist church of that city Saturday evening at 7:30 o’clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eichelberger of Toledo and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn of Bluffton. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boltz of Toledo. The mother of the bride is the former Florence Hahn. Rev. L. R. Wolters, pastor of the church officiated and Nelson Steiner of Bluffton, uncle of the bride, sang. Those from Bluffton attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Hahn and Mr. and Mrs. Steiner and family. i QUALITY As good as the best better than most NEW LOW PRICE Imperial VaniBa Chocolate Supreme Neapolitan Dubonnet Cherry Buttered Toasted Almond Special Clearance On Ladies Summer Footwear $1.00 Off on Every Pair from $3.95 up Whites and Colors Incluied in This Sale Here is your opportunity to buy not one, but several pairs to harmonize with your various ens at these bargain prices. Ladies Flay Sandal $3.95 .adies Play Sandal $2.95 Shop our store today and see for yourself the many out standing bargains on modish footwear. W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Store Scientific Fitting A Specialty Bluffton, Ohio THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1948 ■■■■Il Family Basket Dinner Last Call Lor Leghorn Pullets 1,000 White Leghorn pullets (Master Mating, pedigree sired 300 to 343 dam egg records) 4 weeks old, at reduced prices. Now is the time to vaccinate and worm your early pullets. We are fully equipped to do this work for you. Phone us today for appointment. A basket dinner was enjoyed Sun day at the-home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Badertscher in honor of Mrs. Louise Stilson, St. Louis, who is visiting relatives and friends in Ohio for two weeks. Jorg Hatchery Bluffton, Ohio Phone 182-W Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Badertscher of Anderson, Ind. Mrs. Louise Stilson, St. Louis Marjorie Roof of Los Angeles Mrs. Emma Roof, Miss Ida Fett, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Golden, Lima Mrs. Margaret Rettig, and children Allen, Evelyn and Anita, Jenera Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Badertscher and family of Lafayette Mr. and Mrs. Willis Badertscher and family of Ada Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews and son Michael, Harold, Glen and Janet Andrews,. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Badertscher and grandchildren Bud and Betty Bader tscher. TASTE The Difference! SAVE The Difference! With PAGE'S WONDERFUL NEWJCE CREAM IT HAS ALL THREE! SELECT BY COLOR Each flavor ha$ a different identifying package color 5/ PINT .TRY A TREASURE CHEST OF FRESH PEACH Dillman's Store 139 N. Main St. Hauenstein Drug rubles—you can’t go wrong dendid values: s White Red Green Slim & Medium Widths Sizes 3'/j to 9 was $3.95.