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February 10, 1959

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TT71SDAT MORNINO THE TITUSVILLE (PA.) HERALD FEBRUARY 10, 195» toting fir fte PERFECT GIFT fir Yiir "Steadr"? OnlyH9- 95 Ma other y» tar* •« *> dkmoncL PAUL M. EDGAR JEWELER 115 Diamond SL WANT ADS in The Herald don't Cost the advertiser—they pay him. Try them. Phone 7-2241. CD of A Holds Reception For Members Court Our Lady of Lourdes of the Catholic Daughters of America observed the 37th anniversary of the court'as well as the closing of the Lourdes Centennial Year with & reception of new members and dinner at the American Legion Hall on Sunday. The reception was held at 2:30 p.m., with the following officers and aides taking part: grand regent, Angela Cafini; vice grand regent, Mrs. Betty Uller; prophe- ess, Mrs. Irene Locke; lecturer, Mrs. Ida B. Shaw; monitor, Mrs. Helen McDonald; historian, Mrs. Helen M. Case; financial secretary, Mrs. Mary Kern; treasurer, 'Mrs. Margaet Pascuzzi; sentinel, Mrs. Twila Dayton; organist, Mrs. Madeline English; banner..bearer, Mrs. Evelyn Popeney; guides, Mrs. Adelaide Curtis, Mrs. Mary Lee and Mrs. Patricia Powers,; color bearer, Mrs. Dorothy Beck; color guards, Mrs. Mary Brewster and Mrs. Lillian Hamilton. Participants in the seminar were Miss Rita Kirstein as "Our Lady of Lourdes". and Miss Janice McDonnell as Bernadette; also Miss Anne Crowley, Miss Lisbeth McDonnell, Mrs. Margaret Crowley and Mrs. Mary Laskos. The CD of A choir from Warren assisted by singing "Ave Maria", "The Lourdes Hymn" and "The Rosary." ; The following members were re- 'In Operetta Time' Here Tonight Janet Carlson, Bernard Izzo and David Burk of New York City will be featured artists at this evening's "In Operetta Time," sponsored by the Community Concert Association. The presentation will begin at 8:15 p.m. in the Titusville High School auditorium. It <s New! It's Odorless! so proud And fte Money Ahead When You Decorate with fasfe* Painting EVIRI Dries In Two Hours '*** losy Clean Up-Washable OAUON ANOTHIR GREAT PATTIRSOM-SAROENT PAINT PRODUCT S. Franklin St K It Y AN Ph <>ne 7-2271 HARDWARE, INC. THE LOWEST PRICE EVER ON BARCLITE FINEST FIBER GLASS PANEL! 4dd to jw* hcae's niue wit* t patio, breezeway, carport, room divider or hundreds of other improvements? l*Hd* Bardite reinforced fiber glass panels are now just 59< a $<}uare foot! Barclite is the perfect material tor **d*cotatin| your bone inside and out Ail you need are a few hand took and in i few bows you can make a dramatic, rateable addition to yow home! Carport Patio Breezeway Room Divider I Trtwhicent panels l«t light in, keep glare out • Panels stay cool*, longer • Lightweight, jet uound far pound stronitr than steel • Shatterproof, weather-nsistent, I Mt track, crue, PM! or rast • 14 exciting colors • Easy to tostaU, easy to mm*M ceived into the court: Mrs. Pearl Brady, Mrs. Shirley Bajorek, Miss Helen Baron, Mrs. Barbara English, Mrs. Josephine Waid, Miss Joan Waid, Mrs. Connie Pietkiewicz, Mrs. Mary E. Wager, Mrs. Helen Graham, Mrs. Mi 1 d r e d Yashinski; also, Mrs. Aida Farmer of Tidioute for Court Warren. Guests at the reception were Rt. Rev. Msgr. William L. Sullivan, chaplain of the court; Rev. William Lohse of St. Walburga's Church, Rev. Cyril Cooper, St. Thomas Church, Corry, Rev. P a tr i c k Sharpe. St. Ann's Church, Wilcox, and the following members of visiting courts: Corry, Mrs. J. M. Hornick, grand regent, Mrs. Stanley Malek, Mrs. Ernest McMichael, Miss Agnes Lynch, Miss Helen Morrell and Miss Marian Sullivan; Mrs. Karl Deemer, grand regent and Mrs. Rose Morgan; Jamestown, N. Y., Mrs. Clifton Beatty, grand regent, Mrs. Genevieve Godfrey and Mrs. Joseph Higgins; Oil City, Mrs. Helen Laskoski, grand regent, Miss Gervaise Connelly and Miss Anne Gallagher; Warren, Mrs. John Shaffer, grand regent, Mrs. Dennis DePerro, Miss Leah Senger, Mrs. Marcella Prigent, Mrs. Daniel Daugberty, Mrs. Francis Kottmeir, Mrs. Andrew Musante and Mrs. Charles Mahood. Also members of the Warren choir, Florence Cunningham, Rita Tanner, Betty Bova, Angeline Hollingshead, Rose Swartz, Mary Tassone, Minnie Gerardi, Marie McGarry, Barbara Hesch, Jane Dediman, Rose Chiaramonte, Maxine Lytle, Kathleen Edinger, Betty and Carolin Musante. Following the reception, 170 members and guests were served a birthday dinner prepared by Art Erickson and his staff. The tables were decorated with Madonna planters containing blue and white flowers, and blue candles. Favors were.cards depicting the Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes. Mrs. Ida Shaw acted as toastmaster and introduced Miss Cafini, Rev. Lohse, Rev. Butryn and Tim Cavanaugh, grand knight of the Titusville Council. After these greetings, Rev. Cooper spoke briefly on his impressions of Lourdes, after which Rev. Sharpe spoke on the origin and growth of pilgrimages to shrines in all parts of the world. He then showed a large number of slides taken during 1 their visit to Lourdes and to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal. He held the close attention of the guests and was given a tremendous round of applause. The program was brought to a close by the choir singing a number of selections. NEWS of MARRIAGES English-Hassenfratz Miss Jo Ann Hassenfratz, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Hassenfratz of 602 E. Spruce St. and the late Joseph H. Hassenfratz, and Donald Andrew English, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus M. English of 125 W. Bloss St., were married at 11 a. m. Saturday, Feb. 7, in St. Walburga's Church. Rev. William C. Karg officiated at the nuptial high rnass. The bride was given in marriage by Gerald Hassenfratz, her brother, at the double-ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with white baby mums and white snapdragons. The bride wore a princess gown of silk mist taffeta appliqued with medallions of Alencon lace embroidered with seed pearls and sequins. A flat bow accented the empire waistline and cartridge pleats added back fullness to the carriage skirt which flowed into a chapel train. The veil of imported bridal illusion was iheld in place by a pearlized queen crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations and white roses showered with lilies of the valley. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. The bride Titusville HOSPITAL RECORD ADMITTED Wayne Sines, 413 W. Cherry PI. Saundra Sue Mack, Titusville, RD 2. Mrs. Nora Davidson, 514 Jones St. Walter Bliznesky, 535 Allen St. John Vasbinder, Grand Valley, RD 1. : Mrs. Carol Bigley, 311 Bank St. Mrs. Mary Alice Decker, 115y> W. Spring St. Gary Strawbridge, Titusville, Star Route. DISCHARGED Mrs. Marjorie Bauer, 113 E Oak St. Mrs. Evan Harmon, Pleasantville. Mrs. Mildred Dean, Pleasantville, RD 1. Mrs. Joanne Watson, Titusville, RD 2. Mrs, Sadie Neubauer, 721 Fleming Rd. Arthur Reagle, Pleasantville. Pints of Red Cross blood used Monday, 1; since June 1, 1958, 246. • * * Visitors Desk This afternoon — Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Forsell; this evening, Mrs. Willoughby and Miss Savard. Service League Shop This afternoon—Mrs. Cox; this evening, Mrs. Jameson. Area Homemakers To Complete Projects A meeting of the Chapmanville- Diamond Homemakers will be held at the home of Mrs. Joyce Holowach on Wednesday afternoon for completion of the kitchen cutting boards and plaques. License Applications At Warren: Kenneth Duane Garris of Youngs-, ville and Brenda Mae Gage of Akeley. wore something old, new, borrowed and blue. Kathleen Hassenfratz, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of oriental blue iridescent taffeta. The soft shirring in the bodice was repeated in the draped shoulder which extended into a floating- panel accented by a flat bow. Th'e shoulder- length veil of tulle was held in place with a Dior bow of matching taffeta. Ellen Radack and Mary Lou Tubbs, bridesmaids, were dressed in identical fashion in oriental blue. The maid of honor carried a cascade bouquet of Cooking Hints Given at Woman's Club The members of the Titusville Woman's Club attending yesterday's meeting were shown how to take foods that are gingham In price and give them silken charm with sauces and seasonings by Mrs. Evelyn Overturf, home economist with the Pennsylvania Electric Company in Warren. Mrs. Overturf prepared the following dishes and desserts on appliances loaned and set up by Ellis Day:- chicken divan with sauce, mornay orange marmalade limas, French green beans and onions, orange beets, country-kitchen mince pie, pound cake and end- of-the-rainbow cake with snow icing. Mrs. Overturf recommended a combination of these dishes as a delicious party menu for the demonstrated recipes have all the elements any party dinner should have: heartiness, color, artful seasonings and subtle nuances of flavor. Most of these foods can be >repared well ahead of time to eave the hostess free to mingle with her guests and enjoy herself. Many cooking'hints were given such as: though butter was once ;onsidered a poor risk for greasing i pan, home economists find it very satisfactory if used generously and neither flour nor wax paper need )e used with it;. aluminum and glass cooking utensils are best heat conductors but temperatures should be decreased 20 to 25 degrees when baking in glass. One teaspoon of hot water added to whipped cream will help retain its fluffy texture. Following the cooking demon- tration the prepared foods were riven to bearers of the called numbers. They were: Mrs. Irwin Bern- tein, Mrs.. Edna Hauser, Mrs. Vtiriam Weekly, Mrs. W. W. Tarr, Mrs. David Sharp, Mrs. Dorothy Beltz and Mrs. Zygmunt Zabner. During the business' meeting Mrs. Harold Schwartz, president, thank- d all those who made the "Follies" uch a tremendous success. Mrs. ~". R. Prenatt was in charge of the evotional portion of the program. : leceptionists were Mrs. James Linnon and Mrs. Carl Henton Jr. Gloria Miller Engaged Mrs. Lois Miller of 502 W. Spring St. announces the engagement of her daughter, Gloria Miller, to James Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Parker of Lawn Ave., Warren. The bride-to-be is an employe of the New Process Company, Warren, and Mr. Parker is employed by the Valentine firm, Warren. An April wedding is planned. Chronicle of Recent BIRTHS In Titusville Vicinity Schwab A son was born . on Feb. 8 a The G-H Shop I 1 2 SOUTH WASHINGTON S"R For Valentine Day New Summer Costume Jewelry In Lovely Pastel Shades Necklaces — Earrings — Braceh o^O nn u P/us Tax .Valentine Hankies by Burmel 5ft for the bride were Mrs. Charles Herman, Mrs. Gerard Hassenfratz, Mrs. James Hassenfratz, Mrs. Gus Hannula, Girl Scout Troop 55, Mary Lou Tubbs, Ellen Radack and Mrs. Cletus M. English and family. A blessing was bestowed on the couple by His Holiness Pope John XXm on the occasion of their wedding, and a telegram arrived from Vatican City for the occasion. Guests attended the,, wedding from Oil City and Buffalo, Tonawanda, Cheektowaga, Orchard Park and Rochester, N.Y. yellow and white carnations and the bridesmaids each carried a cascade bouquet of yellow carnations. Francis McDonald was best man and Robert English and Gerald English, brothers of the brides- groom, were ushers. Traditional wedding music was played on the organ by' Joanne Baron. Her selections were "Panis Angelic us" and Bach's "Ave Maria." The bride's mother attended the ceremony in a blue print dress with matching blue accessories and blue tinted carnation corsage. The bridegroom's mother attended in a navy lace dress with pink accessories and pink carnation corsage. A luncheon immediately following the ceremony was held at the Knights of Columbus Home. A reception was held there from 2 to 4 p. m. for 150 people. Aides were Shirley Bajorek, Joanne Baron, Irene Wilson and Connie Collins.' The bride's traveling outfit 'for the wedding trip to New York City was a brown tweed suit with matching accessories and a yellow rose corsage. The new Mrs. English is a 1957 graduate of St. Joseph's Academy and is currently employed as a secretary by the Adams-Dalton Agency. Her husband is a 1953 graduate of St. Joseph's Academy, and is a postal clerk in the Titusville postoffice. Hostesses for wedding parties To Place an Ad ... Phone 7-2241 'Star Route. the Warren General Hospital to Mr and Mrs. Robert Schwab of 56 Grant St., Tidioute. OTHER HOSPITALS Corry Discharged — Infant Tammy Rogers, Spartansburg. Warren Admitted, — Mrs. Mabel Chase, Youngsville, RD 1, Burnell McIntyre, Tidioute. Discharged — Mrs. Margaret Brittian, .Mrs. Ida Mead, Mrs. Sarah Guttaria, Herbert Johnson, Mrs. Edith Pinkerton, Mrs. Rachel Vanderward, Youngsville; Blair Edmiston, Tidioute, RD 1; Clyde Darling, Youngsville, RD 1. Franklin Discharged — Mrs. Harold DeWoody and. daughter, Cooperstown, RD 1; Dalice Agnew, Cooperstown. Oil City Admitted — Harvey Greathouse, Mrs. George W. Binder, Fred Dickrager, Tionesta; Rodney Sibble, Tionesta, RD 1. Discharged • — Frank Blum, Susan Jane Campbell, Emily Pickens, Tionesta; Walter Dunn, Mrs. Jack. .Culbertson, Tionesta, CHECK, yes, check your automobile insurance before you leave on that vacation to be certain it will carry you through any emergency away from r^ome. Better check with us, tool / M. PENNELL General Insurance and Real Estate 104 Exchange Place Phone 7-7151 Titusville, Pa. Results come quickest to those Want Advertisers who ;ell a complete story the fir§t time. 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