Suprise Birthday party for Mrs Peter Groesch 19 April 1937 Dunkirk Evening Observer

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Suprise Birthday party for Mrs Peter Groesch
19 April 1937
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ofwsua Valentin* *r*» r»«i». Tb* h*$|Groe«ch received a gift with wisfees »l her Iriettds. oi Pi Theta entertained Sua- Units ^ -Mrs. Itsrvtry t- Orts enterlatn- «1 ten children Friday afternoon ll pictures. jaad there vi-a» music by Dorotby CuUen and Lorraine Manni. Calendars of next year's u-orfc on "Modern Plays" were distributed. Mrs. Cornells Hevn and Air*. Walter Morrow ireided at ihe tea table, and Mrs. Heyii received a uift from the club. She has served two years as secretary and avenue. Supper ai Shorcwood Mr. and Mrs. Avery A. Ann- itro:i(i entertained 35 giiwls at Sliorv-vi-ood Country dub Saturday Saturday night. A buffet supper ivzu at seven o'clock, the Uin- i:iK room table being decorated u-itli yellow spring flowers. Bridge followed, and prizes were awarded Mrs. Clarence Lunger, Mrs. D. Russell Batcheflor. Robeit -M. Hitchcock. and Murray Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl ilol'z ol Angola were among tlie For Miss I)e«mond Miss Marguerite Smith entertained entertained Sunday afternoon at her home in Eagle street for Miss La Mar Desmond, whose marriage to Frank Tarbpx of Cleveland takes olace this summer. There were 1U guests, who played bridge n^v^i^i. 1* **w k;ici_»i~u U( l^if^t: lhe a r lL . rnoo ,i. M iss Ruth a|jd j..^ ,~l w *rt Meyers 2a tu wa vins thii weefc for her new in Andover .Mass. Mrs. received orizes. Miss Desmond received received a bridal bouciuct. conlain- na rhymed clues as to the hiding ulaces of a variety of eifts. Ten vas served from a table centered vith a miniature May Dole and decorated in yellow and Ereen. Studio Parly There were 38 boys and cirls it the party uiven Saturday ni«ht by Mrs. Eloise M. Heyl at her studio in Central avenue, for members of her ballroom dancin. class. During the evening Elaine Schrantz did a solo number, and .here v/as a jrroui) dance by Eliz- 1 abeth Hallenbcck. Jqssie. Murray, -ouise Robinson and Mary Burns. The Puooet club, directed by Jack -uneer. save u presentation of and Gretel. Two couoles. VirKinia Phillips and Kirk Wil- lianis. and Grace Winkelmsn and Fritz Koch, received orizes in an exhibition of the "Rusty Hince Sv.-ins" and Jessie Murray and Robert Sweeny v.-ere winners in the elimination dance. Refreshments Refreshments were served durinc the cvcninc. Birthday Surprise A number of friends of Mrs. Peter Groesch met at her home in Swan street Saturday niKht as a surprise to celebrate her birthday. birthday. The guests played bridge, and prises were awarded Mis Clarence Douglas. Mrs. Harry Kraigcr and Mrs. Oscar Johnson. Lunch was served, and Mrs. Ifcirnts was assisted bv Mrs. 11. bruvei arid Mrs. Daniel P. Scannell. C. D. A. Meeting Mary C. Droves ot Dunkirk, Dunkirk, district deputy of the Catholic Catholic Daughters of America, was charge of arrangements for the bis gatherittK of members of the order held Sunday in Olean. A class of 60 women were initiated into the order, being members of tilt.- court* of Olean Jamestown. Salamanca. and Buffalo. Officers of tlie four courts were present for the ceremonies, and the fjuest of honor was the grand regent o£ the state. Mrs. Margaret Tynan of Poushkeepsie. Monsigiior Dean Rengel of Olean and Monsignor Michael Moynihan of Jamestown and several other clergymen were present. After the initiation ceremonies ceremonies a panel forutn was held, with discussions of Catholic action, action, education, social service and legislation. Remaining for the banquet served at the Olean House were 250 members of the C. D. A., including women from Kane. Bradford. Salamanca, and Dunkirk. Miss Draves was toastmistress, toastmistress, and one of the speakers ·was Miss Elizabeth Holloran of Elmira. who .told of the coming state convention in her city. P. T. A. at School 1 The April meeting o£ the Parent-Teacher association of School 1 in East Fourth street will bfc neld Wednesday afternoon. Miss Margaret Tierney's second grade will give a program, and the speaker will be Miss Katherine Abell. who will describe her trip to the Gaspe peninsula. K. of C. Meeting The Rev. Gabriel Gorman, C. P.. chaplain of Dunkirk council will give an address when the Knights of Columbus meet Tuesday Tuesday night at the club rooms Central avenue. His topic will be "Marriage." BAR FEDERATION WILL HOLD ANNUAL MEETING IN JAMESTOWN JUNE Th- Western New York Federation Federation oi Bar associations has accepted the invitation of the

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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Dunkirk, New York)19 Apr 1937, MonPage 4
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