|BGSU retirees hold annual holiday party at Wolfe home|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 10 January 2014 09:00|
NORTH BALTIMORE - For the fourth time, Dr. Ralph Wolfe hosted the BGSU Retirees' Association's December cocktail party. It was held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Dec. 19.
In attendance were 72 people, who brought their own beverages and hors d'oeuvres to share.
Wolfe was once again assisted by Vi Jacobs. In addition, the following took part in the event: Neal and Darlene Allen, Roger and Betty Jean Anderson, Charlie and Barbara Applebaum, Jim and Joan Bissland, Clif and Judy Boutelle, Carole Bradford, Bowling Green Mayor Richard Edwards and his wife Nadine, Gaylyn and Jan Finn, Ron and Sharon Gargasz, Ted Groat and Peggy Giordano, Sue Hager, and Milt and Lee Hakel.
Emmy Hann, Ted and Phyllis Hartwell, Tom Hern, Sally Kilmer, Tom Kinney, Bill and Emily Lake, Betty Laukhuf, Eugene and Rita Klotz, Elden Martin, Lisa Mattiace (chief of staff in the BGSU President's office), BGSU President Mary Ellen Mazey, Martha and Roger Mazzarella, Jim and Anna Miller, Marge Miller, Barbara Moses, Paul and Joyce Mueller, and Victor Norton and Kathleen Tweney.
Tom and Barbara O'Brien, Wally and Diane Pretzer, Katerina Ray (School of Art director), Bill and Jo Martin-Reynolds, Bill and Sue Rock, Don and Char Scherer, Otis and Lois Sonnenberg, Eldon Snyder, Elmer and Elaine Spreitzer, Robert and Norma Thayer, Margaret Tucker, Harender and Hem Vasudeva, Jan Veitch, Helene Weinberger, and Ellen Williams.
The setting for the party, Ralph Haven Wolfe's home, won first place honors as best-decorated house for the holidays in North Baltimore. In addition to festive green garlands with red bows and lights on the exterior, there were six Christmas trees on porch roofs, including the highest one on the widow's walk. Indoor decorations in all rooms, upstairs and downstairs, included more garlands, bows, candles, and decorated chandeliers.
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