The Georgia bulletin (Atlanta) 1963-current, July 25, 1963, Image 6

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page 6 GEORGIA BULLETIN THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1963 Ulcmtette $ 01 H ® fjE (Arcl iotese d ){ Ail lanta i Mary G. Vantress To Wed Mr. Smither Mr. and Mr*. Charles LXiane Vantress announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Genevieve Vantress, to Charles Hardle Smither, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gabriel Smither of New Orleans La, Miss Vantress is the grand daughter of Mrs. Charles F, RednalJ, Sr, and the late Mr. Rednall, and Mrs, P t B. Van tress and the late Mr. Vantress of Marysville, Calif. The bride-elect was graduat ed from Christ the King High School and Georgetown Visita tion Junior College. She attend ed the University of Alabama, where she was affiliated with Chi Omega. The bride-elect was presented at the Cotton Sail in Chattanooga in 1960, and is a member of the Cotillion Club. Mr. Smither is the grandson of James W, Smither and the late Mrs, Smither of New Or leans, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Eben Hardle of New Orleans. The future bridegroom was graduated from Woodberry Fo rest School and attended Tulane University, where he was affi liated with Beta Theta Pi. Mr. Smither is stationed at Ft. Gor don. The wedding will take place Aug. 24 at Christ the King Ca thedral. Miss Bowie To Marry Mr. Quickel Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Warren Bowie of Warner Robins an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Geraldine Elizabeth Bowie, to Clyde Ernest Quic kel Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Quickel of Atlanta. MISS GERALDINE BOWIE lor tho best in.,, pest ^control* Service The bride-elect was graduat ed from Mount De Sales Aca demy and attended Georgia State College, where she was trea surer of Alpha Phi. She Is em ployed by the Retail Credit Co. Mr. Quickel attended Duke University. He attends Georgia State College and is employed by The Atlanta Constitution. The wedding will take place Aug. 31 at Sacred Heart Church. Sacred Heart Bus Schedule This week Mrs. Joseph Novak, Transportation Chair man for the Sacred Heart Sc hool bus to Pius X High Sc hool announced the fall bus schedule. The charge will be $8.00 per month for Sacred Heart Parishioners and $9.00 per month for out of the parish students. This is payable in ad vance and applies to all stu dents. First month's fee to be paid when students registers to ride the bus. Arrangements can be made by calling TR 2-0868, between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Mary Blievencht And Stefan Xaudaro United Miss Mary Diana Blievernicht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Fred Blievernicht of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish of Atlanta, became the bride of Mr. Stefan Dominic Xaudaro of New York City, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Szymon Owczarek of Lodz, Poland, at a Nuptial Mason Saturday, June 8th at St. Jerome Church in Indiana Rocks Beach, Florida. The Reverend Father Roman S. Gromala officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. David Wasson of Largo, Florida sang Schubert's Ave Maria and Franck's Panis Angelicus. Dr. Anthony Opisso of Mad rid, Spain was Mr. Xaudaro's best man, and the usher groomsmen were David Rohan Grantges of Belleair Beach, Florida, cousin of the bride, and Stephan W, Blievernicht. The Music Man 3rd Production Of Season c & s REALTY COMPANY "Specialists in Commercial and Industrial Real Estate" Suite 200 Henry Grady Bldg. Atlanta 3 Ga. Warehouses, Stores, Mfg. Plants, Acreage, Shopping Center Dev., Industrial Dev., Subdivision Dev., Insurance 524-2052 MIKE & STEVE SERTICH Meredith Willson's smash musical, "The Music Man," will be Theater Under The Stars third production this summer, running July 23-28. This lively Broadway show stars Bert Parks, native Atlantan, as Pro fessor Harold Hill, the fast- talking conman who invades gullible little River City, Iowa, with his slick charm. Playing opposite Mr. Parks ae Marian Paroo (Marian, the Librarian) la Arlyne Frank who replaced Atlanta's Barbara Cook in the Broadway vara ion of the same role. Miss Frank is a Broadway veteran and her speaking stage presence is just one more factor that helps give "The Music Man" its refresh- THEATRE UNDER THE STARS PROUDLY PRESENTS BERT PARKS m#N o T w» “MUSIC MAN” NOW THRU SUNDAY JULY 28th Downtown R.cfc'i Mateootna, Txlfon Federal Soving, 4 toon, joo'jjion Hot*!. Sv.b«fbon: Rith'i le*o» Squore, Decatur Sa*inft S toon, Fuiton Federal Sovn.g, 4 lean (IjcIc h«ed), Tomplemon Appliance,, Inc. (Be»»oll at Power, Ferry), Top Vo ,« Redemption Store* (Swckheod, Belvedere), Cobb I.charge Bank (Wariotto), ond Fir»r Federol Soving, & Leon (fait Point, Sandy Spring*, Piedmont ot Choihuo Bridge). CHottain Perk (After 7 fMN.). WIIKNIOMTI $1-1.10. SOX STATS, $3. WI (KINDS, |t 10)00. SOX STAYS S3.SO ing, youthful atmosphere. Also from the Broadway ver- slon is Dean Dittman who plays Marcellus Washburn, the light hearted, Shipoopi - singing, dancing friend of Harold Hill. Atlantans may remember Mr. Dittman as Marrying Sam in the National Compnay of "Li’l Abner." Helen Curtis, who toured with the National Road Company of "The Music Man", recreates the role of Ethel Toffelmler, the rotund organist. Miss Cur tis, a talented comedlene, has appeared on numerous tele vision shows, notably featured on the Jackie Gleason show. Twelve-year-old Bart Larsen plays Marian’s little brother, Winthrope Paroo. Bart replaced Eddie Hodges on Broadway and also toured with the National Company of "The Music Man." Winthrope's girlfriend, Grade Shinn (the Mayor's daughter), is played by a talented Atlanta youngster, Miss Pam Summers. Thirteen-year-old Pam has ap peared in Children's Civic The ater presentations and also with Theater Atlanta productions. "The Music Man" is a rollicking, tunepacked show with the kind of lively lyrics and hummable melodies that lin ger long after the curtain falls. Meredith Willson's genius touch has given many of the songs a delightful wacky musical twist. The opening number, "Rock Island", Is an entire choral scene without a note of music. The train noises and gossiping conversation blend into a rip-roaring spiel which introduces Professor Harold Hill. The "Piano Lesson" scene features Marian and a little girl sourly practising the piano. Marian keeps the metronome going throughout the lesson, then dreamily changes the mood with "Goodnight My Someone" while the keys clatter in coun terpoint behind her. The show stopping "Trouble " song Is another example of the infec tious and unusal nature of the The bride given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white satin and Alen- con lace. The fitted bodice fea tured a scoop neckline and el bow length sleeves. The bell shaped skirt was fashioned with re-embroidered medallions of lace extending into a chapel train. Her veil imported tiered silk illusion was attached to a crown of seed pearls and Alen- con lace. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, 9tephanotis' and ivy. Miss Mary AnnRoth of New York City was the maid of honor, and Mias Barbara Ann Blievernicht, young sister of the bride, was the junior brides maid. They wore blush pink dresses of nylon over taffeta with matching petal hats of silk organza and Illusion veil. Their cascade bouquets were of pink and white pompon chrysanthe mums. Mrs. Blievernicht chose for her daughter’s wedding a dress of white cotton lace over mint green satin with matching veil and accessories, and her cor sage was of cattleya orchids, Following the ceremony, a reception waa given by the bride's parents at Palm Garden in Largo, Florida. Miss Miry Ktthryn Rohan of St. Louis, Missouri, cousin of the bride, kept the bride's book. The bride chose a brown and white silk suit accessories to match for her going away outfit, and wore a corsage of white roses. After their wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Xaudaro are residing in Jackson Heights, New York. Mrs. Xaudaro graduated from Christ the King High School In Atlanta, and attended Geor gia Court College In Lakewood, N. J. The young couple met while enroute to Europe aboard the S. S. Atlantic on the bride’s twenty-first birthday. Miss Wilbanks To Wed Larry Charles DeWine Mrs, John Henry Wilbanks of Decatur announces the engage ment of her daughter, Kathryn Wilbanks, to Larry Charles De- Wine, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. DeWine of Knox ville, Term. The bride-elect is the daughter of the late Mr. Wllbanka. MISS KATHRYN WILBANKS Miss Wilbanks, a graduate of Sacred Heart College, Is em ployed by Western Electric Co. in Atlanta. While at Sacred Heart, she was elected Class Sweetheart of the class of 1963 at St. Bernard Men's College and was chosen as their Home coming Queen for two years. Mr. DeWine is an honor grad uate of St. Bernard College, where he served as president of his class for two years and was editor-in-chief of the school newspaper for two years. He was president of Delta Epsilon Sigma, honor fraternity, and was elected to the collegiate Who’s Who. The wedding will be Sept. 2 at Sacred Heart Church In At lanta. After their marriage, the newlyweds will live in Knox ville, Term., where Mr. De- Wine will attend the University of Tennessee School of Law. JEWELED CENTERPIECE—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Troup and Mrs. Robert Cramer admire the buffet table centerpiece, a golden anchor bedecked with jewels, that was used at the recent alfresco party given by the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter of Delta Gamma Sorority at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Troup. A golden anchor is the sorority's symbol. Church Organ Would Abandon "Here Comes The Bride" Cathedral CYO Plans C.Y.O. activities of the Ca thedral parish during the sum mer months have hit a rapid pace for some 300 members of the youth group. With a swimming party plan ned for all day on July 29 at Lake Spivey, and a music meet ing planned for Sunday after noon, August 4, the group plans a full round of activities during the balance of the summer months. A spokesman for the group, in discussing the July 29 swim ming party, said that those in terested in attending should meet in front of the Cathedral at 10:00 a.m. Newcomers to the parish are welcome to attend all club ac- Sf. Anthony’s Ladies Elect The July business meeting of St. Anthony's Altar and Rosary Society was preceded by reci tation of the Rosary. Luncheon was served by Mrs. Arthur Matthew and her committee. Mrs. Mallinson, chairman of the nominating committee, pre sented the slate of officers for the coming term, who were un animously elected. Mrs. E. C. Brisbane then presided at the installation of the new officers, who are: Mrs. Sheldon Anding, president; Mrs. Bill McAdam, vice-president; Mrs. J. A. Duf fy, treasurer; Mrs. Al J. To- kaz, aecretary; Mrs. J. R. Mur phy, corresponding secretary. Mrs, Hugh Beaton, retiring, president, and her supporting officers, were thanked for their work during the past year. Msgr. King addressadtha ladles and closed the meeting with a .prayer. tivities. Further information can be obtained by calling Miss Kitty Hynes at Cedar 7-7991. Transportation To St. Pius X Students in Christ the King Parish attending St. Pius X High School next fall should call Mrs. B. W. Jones, 355- 4185 to make arrangements for school transportation. Mrs. Jones, reported this week she has space left for 10 students. The price is $10 each per student. The bus leaves Christ the King at 8 a.m. re turning at 3:30 p.m. Won’t You Please Send Us Your Club News. . . .Deadline 5 p.m. Monday. . . Sue Spence P. 0. Box 11667 Northside Station Atlanta 5, Georgia TORONTO, Ont. (RNS)—The hesitant step of the bride to ward the altar and the wedding march have "had it" so far as the United Church of Canada is concerned, the United Church Observer said here. "Here Comes the Bride" is being sent back to Hollywood and the Hymnary is being used and more, wrote the Rev. A. C. Forrest, editor. For weddings that are civil or secular, Dr. Forrest said he thought Lohengrin, "pagan love song though it be,” a most suit able piece. "We believe, too," he said in an editorial, "that the hesitat ing, pausing - between - steps, wedding march — as though the girl were reluctant to meet her man — is out of style. "It Is popularized in the gay nineties, had its vogue and now should be abandoned, we are told, for the sake of a slow, dig nified, unhesitating march to ward the expectant bride groom." Remove Stains From Clothing CORAL HANEVOLD, 9 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ro bert B. Hanevold, 172 Coven try Road, Decatur, will be a member of the Children's En semble in Theatre Under The Stars Production of "The Music Man", July 23 - 28 at Chas tain Memorial Amphitheatre. When cottons and linens are stained, rub liquid detergent into the stain, let stand a few minutes then wash. If not harm ful to fabric or color (test first) sponge stain lightly with alcohol. Wash, using household bleach. For removing stain from silk, wool, rayon, nylon or other manmade fabrics, wash using a mild powder bleach. For stubborn stains, letfabrics soak for several hours, or overnight, in mild powder bleach. Spickerman And Shepherd Honored At Rehearsal Dinner Miss Denise Spickerman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Spickerman and Lester Shivers Shepherd son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Shepherd, Sr. will be entertained tomorrow evening at a rehearsal dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Shep herd Sr. Miss Spickerman and Mr. Shepherd will be married on Satur day at Christ The King Cathedral at 4 p.m. Those attending the dinner include the bridal attendant!; Su san Spickerman, Marianne Truemper, Mary Ellen Brown of Nashville, Tennessee, Judy Killmeyer, Dottle Shepherd, Patri cia Weldon and Kathi Wilbanks. Groomsmen Include Charles Benedict, John Candler Jr., Michael Curran, Warren Hall, Eu gene Morris, Marvin Mitchell, Jamee M. Shepherd, Jr., John F. Spickerman, Jr., and William Sterne. Others attending will be Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Spickerman, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Katz. Ed Curtin Now Featuring For 22nd DYNAMIC WEEK BOBBY LONERO QUINTET — PLUS i ALLEN COLLAY DUO FROM 5i00 TO 7i00 P.M. DANCE AT THE SANS SOUCI 750 WEST P’TREE TR. 5-4351 Birth Announcements “PET.*you betf Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Guinn (Joyce Boruty) 2277 Amber Way Boy born July 18, 1963 St. John The Evangelist Parish Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davidson (Margaret Marucci) 2824 Talisman Court Girl born July 16, 1963 Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish TZectfle Of *74e 7Vee6 (STEAK ROLLS) Mr. and Mrs. James Wood (Blanche Coates) 3770 Crosby Drive, N.W. Girl born July 16, 1963 St. Paul of the Cross Parish Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morgan (Dorothy Glebus) 855 Highland Terrace Boy born July 17, 1963 Sacred Heart Parish Mr. and Mrs. William Turner (Margaret Cross) 247 Adair Street Girl bom July 20, 1963 St. Thomas More Parish PET MILK COM WINY DAIRY DIVISION For Convenient Home Delivery In Atanta Call 636-8677 6 chop steaks (or boneless steak cut in individual slices) 6 bacon slices 1 cup cooking oil 3/4 cup flour 6 teaspoonfuls chopped onion salt and pepper to taste Spread each steak with a strip of bacon, and teaspoonful of chopped onion. Roll Into sausage shape and tie with sterile string. Salt, pepper, and flour well. Fry until brown in pre heated cooking oil. Add two cups of water, and simmer 30 minutes. Cut string and serve hot. Serves six. BPW Holds Cook Out The Atlanta Catholic Busi ness and Professional Women's Club held a cook out this past Saturday at Chastain Memorial Park for members and guests. Later that evening they attend the Theatre Under the Stars production starring Martha Raye. FAMOUS ALl-PURPOSI DRESSING DELICIOUS ON Salads • Meats • Seafood SOLD AT LIADINO STOMS"