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M1DDLETOWN TIMES HERALD. M1OD1.ETOWN. N. T, MONDAY, MAY 27, IMS. BE YEN More Than 200 Attend Fairbrook Reunion-Here More than. 2QO girls between the ages of seven and fourteen attended the Fairbrook Day Camp reunion Saturday at the Orange County Fair Grounds. The reunion at the. Girl Scouts - -Day Camp, which was open to Scouts and non-Scouts" alike, was under direction of M { *f untan Scott, camp director, and Miss Hazel Trumbuli. .assistant director. Miss Ann Harmatha *nd Mrs. Dorothy.. Barnes vere unit heads for the Intermediates. Their assistants «ere Miss Marjorie Abt, Mrs. I. I. Ancerman. Mrs. Helen Waterman. Mrs. Harvey Conklin and MI« TrumbulL Mrs. Virginia McGovetn. wait head for the Brownies, was assisted by the counsellors. Mrs. Dorothy Maefeli. Mrs. Anreir Gardner. Mrs. Anita Salvagin. Mrs. Ruth Height' man, Mrs. Man- \Voernor, and Mrs. H. H. Scarier. Mrs. Scout William MasciieUi, Girl and Mrs. commissione Hazel Meade, executive seretary. also were present. After the opening ceremony. Brownies and Intermediates formed groups for activities. The Brownies played organized games. The Intermediates had a water-boiling contest on the race track, with Mrs. Harvey ConkUn's group as the winner. All the girls had lunch under the trees. During a rest period after lunch the Brownies enjoyed a story hour. The Intermediates had a program of games, including' a cross- country relay which was won by Mrs, Waterman's group. The entire group participated in i scavenger hunt. Winners jrere Mrs. Haefeli's Brownies and Mrs. Mary Abt's Intermediates. The Bro'wnies had folk dancing and singing. The flag ceremony closed the reunion.'' Alfreda Bason Married To Harold G. Ringen CHESTER --Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seely Green of Chester announce the marriage of Mrs. Green's daughter. Miss Alfreda Bason, to Harold Gray Ringen. son of Mr. and Mrs. Died rich Ringen. also of Chester. The ceremony was performed Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church in Salem. N. J. The Rev. George A. McAlister officiated- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Bason, brother and sister-in-law of the bride, were attendants. for Decoration Day L Stern Co. r- LU LU CL h- New Location KING STREET O Z FRED A. HALL JEWELER 22 KING ST. m tn H 73' m m H SALE ON ALL USED SEWING MACHINES PRICED AS LOW AS $ 12' 95 Every Msrhiae Guaranteed Instructions Hith Every Machine Firtt Cf.nx--First Served --TERMS-- ] SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 4J North St.' Middletown, ti. JT. Miss VanSickle Is Married in WashingtonviUe Wed to. Roger Tuthill Saturday ,at First Presbyterian Church Brownies Present Folk Dance at Girl Scout Day Camp Reunion WASHIXGTOXVn.l.K -- Miss Betty VanSickle, daughter of Mrs. Hilton Van Sickle o'f Campbell Hall, became the bride of Roger W. Tuihill. son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Tuthill of WashingtonviUe. Saturday afternoon in a ceremony performed in the First Presbyterian Church here by the Key. Alexander M. Conger, pastor. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Hilton VanSickle. Jr.. wore a street length gown of torquoise blue jersey with white accessories and a corsage of white sv/eet peas and lilies of the valley. Miss Helen VanSickle. of Campbell HaU. sister' of the bride. was her attendant. She wore a street length gown of shell pink crepe with white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations and sweet peas. The best man was Charles Howell. Jr., of Middletown. Ushers were William Cooper. Jr.. of Washlng- tonville and Harold Hulse of Campbell HalL The church was decorated with white spires and pale blue iris. Mrs. Roger Hopkins, church organist, played the wedding march. A reception for the more than sixty relatives and friends was held at the home of the bridegroom* parents. The couple left for a few days hi New York. They will make their home at Last Chance Ranch. Lake Placid. The bride Is a - graduate of the WashingtonvUlft Central High School. Mr. Tuthill, ·'«" a graduate of WashingtonviUe Central High School, attended Cornell TTnt- verslty. Going and Coming Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klingman and children of Parkchester spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klingman. forty-four Hanford street, and Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Ryerson. thirty-nine Watkhis arenue. · · * Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and son Paul, Jr.. thirty-nine John street. have returned after a stay with the former's mother. Mrs. L. Baxter Myers.-in Richmond. Va.. and his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Mvers, in Mount Sidney. Va. * * · Mrs. Henry Gross, who had been ill of pneumonia at Horton Hospital, is recuperating at her home, forty Albert street. Save Waste Fats Less Than a Yard Pupils at MHS Vote Today on Class Officers tudent Body Ballots on Candidates Approved " By the Council High ^chool pupils voted today on class officers for the 1946-47 school year. Slates for the Senior, uuior and Sophomore classes were .pproved by the Student Council. Candidates for the Senior offices vere: for president. John MeMickle. Richard Nohle and FthW Shorter: epreseatative to Student Council, Vallace Cross. Robert Cunningham, "eil Jacoby. John McGinley and Ethel Saver; \ice-president. Edgar friend. Harold Hansen. Mary Mur- hy, Arthur Patchett. Barbara Rowey; secretary. Peggy Durland. Mariyn Jones. Jane Knlffen. Robert IcDoweU. Noreen Rezzoali. and Louis Scarano; treasurer. Martha Downey. Jean DuvoU. Muni Fiach. Deboraii Johnson. Theodore Meade and Clifford Pierce; sergeant-at- arms. Dick Judson. Frank Nania and Peter Scali. Junior candidates included: for president. .T!ioaias Brannan. Jean Beneath the trees at the Orange County Fair Grounds Brownies j at the Fairbrook Day Camp reunion Saturday. Mrs. Virginia McGovem presented a folk dance, Ach-Ja. as a special feature of their activities I was unit head for the Brownies.--Photo by Singer. Thespians Plan Annual Banquet June 5 At MHS Manuel Rosenblum Is Speaker; Junior Members To Be Inducted The Natioal Thespians of the High School will honor the troupe's veterans and seniors at then* banquet June fifth. Nancy Gullberg has charge of the program.* The guest speaker will be Manuel Rosenblum of the High School English Department and advisor of the Junior Thespians. Many Junior Thespians will be inducted at the banquet. Betty Musbacb. in charge of the menu, is assisted 'by MJ"" Flach. Martha Downey heads the decorations committee which includes Jean Kurx and Neil Jacoby. Thespian colors and flowers will be featured. Toasts will be given the Veterans, Seniors and Thespians by Margie Toting; Miss Downey and John McMickle respectively. Nancy Shorter will piay several piano selections. At the- meeting last Thursday Joanne (Vf^onn^lH j^r^g- "Vn^ Ar» too Beautiful and t-a^gfrfn;; cm the Outside. Selections by Tony Dt Russo at the piano included Rhapsody in Blue. Sioux City Sue. The Gypsy, Blue Concerto. Moon and "Warsaw MISS JANE COOK FETED AT SHOWER ~ Miss Jane Cook, daughter of Mrs. Irene Cook, twenty-four Wisner avenue, was honored at a shower Friday evening. The fete was'given by Miss Constance Coleman at Hornbeam House; Lake Wallkill, N. J. Those present were Mrs. Cook, the Misses Doris Sorg. Doris Morgan. Betty Horton, Patricia Mikles, Peggy -Jorgensen. Evelyn Ruthberg and Gloria WoUson and Miss Nancy Kain of Newburgh, Miss Cook will'become the bride of William L. in Jnlv. Parsons of California Club Notes Rummage Sale Tuesday The Ladies Auxiliary of Grace Episcopal Church, will have a rummage sale tomorrow, beginning at 9:30 a. m, at the Parish House. Deaths and Funerals Louis Kern Louis Kern. 164 Cottage street, died Saturday at the Sanitarium at the age of eighty-eight. Mr. Kern was born in Germany March twenty-eighth. 1853. A retired machinist for the O. and W. Railroad, he had lived in Middletown fifty years. His wife Is the former Bertha Hofacker Roeth. Surviving besides his wife are a step-daughter, Elizabeth L, wife of George J. Tischner of Middletown; a step-son. William A. Reoth of Middletown. a*d a granddaughter. Dorothy B. Tischner. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the Burnett Funeral Home. The Rev. Oswald Elbert will officiate. Burial will be In WallkUl Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home thl* evening. Misc JfarUia M. Renlioc PORT JERVIS--Miss Martha M. Reuling. a native and life resident of Port Jervis, died Saturday at her home, twenty-seven East Main street, after a long illness. Miss Reuling was a daughter of the late Gustavus J. and Anna Geisenheimer Reuling. She was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church and the Luther League. She seiveil as-secretary- of Pore-Jenia Red Cross chapter for several years, j Surviving are a brother. C. Fred Reuling of Port Jervis: a sister. Sirs. Harry Ott, also of Port Jerris. and several cousins, among them Mrs. Joseph Dilger of Mata msras. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 230 at Mrs. Ott's home. East View Place. Burial will be to Laurel Grove Cemetery. Joan Ralston Is Honored at Shower Here Bride-Elect of Richard Norton Feted by Mrs. Clarence Wilson Mrs. Clarence Wilson entertained at a shower Saturday evening at her home, twenty-four Gardner avenue, in honor of Miss Joan Ralston, who will become the bride of Richard Horton June thirtieth. Guests were Mrs. Frank Bright. Mrs. Francis Bright. Mrs. A. L. Roinyns. Mrs. Cyril Bedell. Mrs. W. E. Current and Mrs. John Raison. Jr.. all of Franklin. N. J. Also. Mrs. LeRoy Horton, Mrs. Harry Herblson. Mrs. Leslie Wallace. Mrs. Mildred Benedict. Mrs. Sarah Ralston. Mrs. A. J. Ralston. Miss Rita Ralston. Miss .Jane Hor- j ton. Miss Ann Jones and Miss Jane Wilson, all of Middletown. Gifts were attached to a Maypole by streamers of rainbow hues. A' buffet sapper was served hi a pink and blue setting. Mrs. Wilson was assisted bv her mother, Mrs. A . J. Ralston. C. D. A. INVITED TO FETE AT PORT Court Rosemary Postpones Meet to June 19th Court Rosemary, Catholic Daughters of America, has received an invitation "from Court Madonna Port Jervis. to attend a reception o members June ninth at three p. m. Reception of members will be followed by a dinner at the Flo-Jean Members of Court Rosemary ma make reservations with Mrs. Jean ette Byrne, twenty-three Alber* street. Reservation* close June second. The meeting of Court Rosemary it was announced today by th grand regent. Mrs. Kathleen Haley has been postponed from Jun twelfth to Wednesday. June nineteenth. It will be preceded by dinner at Legion Lodge. Mrs. Mar garet Murtha is chairman. lMiss_ Wolfe-and Wed Saturday Former Army Nurse and Veteran of South Pacific Married Here Miss Nonna M. Wolfe, daughter May! of Mr. i*d Mrs. Harry W. Wolfe. Mrs. James Holly WARWICK -- Mrs. Grace Holly, eighteen McEwen street, died '· thirty-two Knapp avenue, and Saturday in Goshen after a long i Conrad Sherman, son of Mr." and illness. She was sixty-two, e 'JMrs. Hery Sheraain. thirty-three 'Mrs. Holly was bora at Lake Sta- i Mills avenue, were married Satur- tion. near Warwick. November j day afternoon, third. 18S4. a daughter of Richard | Tee Rev. Bertfaold Forrester per- and Emma Ferrell Sisco. A resi- i formed the two o'clock ceremony in dent of this area almost all her life.' th e rectory of Our Lady of Mount she had made her home with her' Carmel Church. Miss Betty Mc- mother. Her husband. James Holly,' Laughlin, cousin of the bride, and died several years ago. - j Samuel Sherman, were attendants. Surviving are her mother, two sis- i T^ 6 bride wore a brown and gray ters Mrs Bertha M Stringer ol weed suit with pink and gray ac- New York and Mrs. Luciile Sarno'. cessories. Her corsage was of pink of Brooklyn, and a brother. Richard i -o 565 znd sTM 1 P** 5 - Mlss Mc " Sisco. of Jamaica. L. I. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow aftemooh at two o'clock at the Strong Funeral Home here. Laughlin wore a gray suit "with red and white accessories and a corsage of red and white carnations. The Rev. Irving H. Decker of the i Family Relationship The Family Relationship Group meet tomorrow evening at eight o'clock at the home of Mrs.J Jay Sporn. 191 Monhagen Dr. Edi;h 3M!eck will speaker. _ A dinner for the bridal party Dutch~Refora7ed OmrST^om-i J« «?*«» at the Paddock Inn. near ciate. Burial will be in Warwick; : Cemetery. j Riles for Mrs. Rhodes The couple left on a motor trip to the Great Lakes. They will make their home at 176 West Main street. 'The, bride, formerly a first lieu- Gi-Y Dance Success Success of the annual Gi-Y May' Or nce h l d Mv - se Owens. Mary Pelton. WandA Btenko: secretary. Mary Felstnc. Jfc- net Kresge. Barbara Stewart and Muriel Walker: treasurer. Thorn** Beairsto. Charles T-afay, Ann McGinley and Mary Rice; sergeant- at-arms. Richard Jacobaon. Bill and Robert Teabo; Each class is entitled to two Student Council representatives. Queen of May * Procession at Mount Carmel Awards for Attendance at Daily Mass Given to 26 Children The last Sunday in May was marked by a Queen of May procession last evening at Our Lady oJ Mount Carmel Church. The sen-ice wi:h coronation of the statue of the Blessed Mother, was planned for outdoors but had to be held in the church because of the rain. Harne: Wallbar.k was Queen of the procession. Ladtes-in-waatins were Catherine Jea-. B^nsen. Lorraine Umiiia. Maureen Wiialen. Catherine Delaney. Gfrtrude Evans. Ruth Ann Ula- toskl. Mary Catherine Cunningliam and Irene LaBoda were trainbearers. Decker. Richard Hayes and Paul The crown-bearer was Roscoe Cun- Totta; Student Council representatives. Frances Carey. Corrie Hagen. Jean Kurz. Martha Meyer, and Joseph Morgan; vice-president. ^Sylvester J. Maher, pastor, present- Jean Eroninjous, Gordon Halleneck. Joseph Patchett. and Robert Todt: secretary. Audre\ Anderson. Phyllis Ballnsan. Barbara Ross and Nancy Shorter; treasurer. Don Bates. Ruth Cairns. Marae Clark, and Hazard Decker; sergeant-at- arms. Stan Rassler. Charles Van Jelder and Stewart Wright. Candidates on the Sophomore slate were: for president. Walter Adams. Glenn Cook. Howard McClure and Madge Merkley: Student Council representatives; Dorothy Fish. Thomas Frangos. Nancy «#n- grassia. Joan Oppenheim and Grace Jean Pohlmann.. vice-president, Peggy Blnenkorb. Bruce ningham. At the 8:30 Mass yesterday at Mount Carmel Church the Rev. ed awards to twenty-six children for attendance at daily Mass during Lent. Those who received awards were Alice Darcy. Donald Kehoe. James Bagatta. Patricia Darcy. Richard Malioney. Virginia Rohn. Richard Kehoe. Russell -Sleight. Carmen Salvati. Kathryn Springer, Jackie Hurley. Mary Frances McMahon. Mary Anne Sliaw. Dennis Rohan. Bobby Gibbs, Margaret Carey, Ann Howard. Also. Marlyn Griffis. Mary Duffy. Judith Luckner. Leo Murphy, Donald Haefeli. Richard Foote. Leo Carroll. Jackie McMahon and Mary Zoghby. Kitchen Shower Given Here for Miss Stedner* Members of Webb Horto Choir and Guild Attend Evening Fete ·. ~^^---- _-A kitchen shower in honor o Miss Gladys Stedner was given Sat urday evening at the home of Mrs Robert Vanlnwegen. ninety-thre South street. Members of the Choir j and Guild of Webb Horton Me- I morial Presbyterian Church, of | which Miss Stedner is a member, vrere present. Gifts were presented to Miss Stedner by Elaine Grace Decker. · your% daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Crosby Decker. During the evening ! Miss Gertrude Cunningham, assisted by Hobart Carlin at the piano.! sang: several selections. · j Refreshments were served by the ! hostess. Assisted by Miss Marjorie Smith and Mrs. Martha Babcock. Others present were Mrs. Alexander Warren. Mrs. Helen Cornelius. Miss Doria Hadden. Miss Leona Benjamin. Mrs. Miriam Sperl. Miss Ethel Gage, Mrs. Martha Babcock. Mrs. Helen Wamock. Mrs. Grace Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Decker. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stedner. Harold Smith. Thomas Coleman and Mr. Vanlnwegen. Miss Stedner will become the j bride of Thomas Coleman next! month. ! Christian Science: A Religion of Works A Free Lecture By JOHN S. SAMMONS, C. S. of Chicago Illinois Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church The First Church of Christ. Scientist. In Boston. Massachusetts , in the LIBERTY STREET SCHOOL Liberty Street corner Wickham Avenu« Tuesday Evening, May 18, 1946 - 8:15 o'clock Under the auspices of First Church of Christ. Scientist. Middletown. N. T. ALL ARE WELCOME Pacific. .. _ . . . . _ · School and the School of Nursing j here Fnaay allemocn by the Rev.. of St vfacent . s Hospital in New ! Robert Bowenng. Orange Chapter.. York Part o , her two ard a half , , . Ol ^^ste" 1 S:ars - *'·» **A i years in service was speat in Eng . dance held Mav eighteenth was re- services. ^3 ported, at a meeting of the G:-Y j Palib = ar "s were Charles Wood.' ^ bridegroom . formerly a corp- Clab at the home of Letitia Salvaii.! ^rry VanSciver. Joseph Thomas. Qra , ^^^ with . ne Annv in ;he forty-nine Broad slreet. Thursday · Sr - Daniel Ashworth. Fred Bensm- . SQ,..., cvcnir-g. Summer carnp plans were ' S^ a ? d w i»»afn Benedict. . cepu^d as an associate member. ' Cc^e'ery- Additionaf patrons for the May dance were announced by Helen Sweczy. chajnnan of the patrons. The r.er\t meeting will be at the hcire of Evelyn Mitchell. 187 Highland aven»e. Rcfrei ser-.-cd by the hostess. Certified FUR STORAGE And HoIIanderfeing L. Stern Co. Make,each sansuit of less than a yard of material. It's an inexpensive and gay way to get baby set' lor a Summer on the sunny sice. Kitty and steamboats are tots' favorites. Pattern 7411 has transfer of kitty and ships, pattern pieces in sizes I. 2. 3. 4; stitches. ; Crescent Sunshine The Crescent Sunshine Society ^ will meet Wednesday at ;TTO p. ai. Anr^ Err.hout. ) Send TWENTY CETS joira for this patten, to dletown Times-Herald. 60 Household Arts Dept, 259 W. 14th St, New York 11. X. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS and PAT'. FERN NUMBER. Our newest Needlcvwfc Book. 1946 edition. Is yours for only · Fifteen Cents more--104 H'.us; tration* of designs for crochet, j knitting, toys, home decoration, embroidery. Free Pattern for three potholders printed to th* book. 31' Czrmel Social A social, sponsored by the Church ' of Our Lacy of : lour.t Cartel, will Mrs. Ewart Shaw GOSHEX--Mrs. Isa belle Shaw. 2 ·- resident here, died yes- y at Goshen Hop:tai af^r a Jong :r.r.ess. She was forty-five. Mrs. Shaw was born in New York September tenth. 1900. a daughter cf Hugh and Sarah Brecn Donnell. She had spent her early life in this area. She was a member of Greenwich : C:t" and AscaJon Chapter. Order of ! Eastern Star, also of New York. Surviving a her husband, Ewart IN W H I T E PLASTIC OR LEATHER :r.cl Church will zr.eet Wednesday \ : cterinp m Mount Carmel Hall, after i May devotions at the church. i Vegetables such as cabbage, cel-l cry. beets and carrots may be prevented from seeding prematurely by starting them no sooner than necessary. Exposure to cool temperatures tends to force them to Births t California beige. Genuine leather sole A son, Ralph Clark, was born at Horton Hospital Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark of Rhode Island avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood. Pine Bush, are the parents of a daughter. Gloria Jean, born at the hospital yesterday. 19 North St. Endicctt Johnson Where Are You Heading If your steps are bearding towards -matrimony then they should be leading to H. F. Mentley's--because it's becoming a tradition in Middletown to buy fine Diamonds at Mentley's. 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