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DOROTHY JANE EHLY, Society Editor State President Attends Local Chapter's Banquet At Wentzel N. visiting and High a Senior Collegeville, membership Alpha, society. and tog a. and Lewis, Mrs. Fulmore, wreek-end Miller, Drew, weekend Mr». students Mrs. Lenore Shea, Pittsburgh, Speaks at 21 st Anniversary Celebration of AOH Auxiliary; Other Entertainment Is Presented; St. Patrick’s Day Motif Is Used Friendship. Unity and Christian charity, principles of the Ancient Order of Hibernians auxiliary. were stressed last night by Mrs. Lenore Shea, state president of the organization. Mrs. Shea, a resident of Pittsburgh, spoke at the local chapter’s annual St. Patrick’s day banquet in the Merchants hotel. The affair marked the group's Calendar of Social Events 21st anniversary. In her talk, Mrs, Shea brought (out the fact that the Irish are ! Americans first, not hyphenated Irish-Americans. | Another speaker was the Rev. Joseph A. McDonald, rector of St. Aloysius Catholic church, who spoke 'on present day political affairs In Ireland. j Presiding was Mrs. Charles Lessig, Lessig, president of the Pottstown | chapter and of the Montgomery • county organization. |„ . n_4 „ . . . _ . . , ! Rupert PTA — Meeting of the ex- Entertftinment featured vocal I ecutive committee tonight at 8 i number by Mr. Ned Kelly, Reading, 0-cl0ck ln the home of Mr Hugh j radio personality; Mr. Joseph Lee, j McDevitt 1149 South street, leader of an Irish orchestra, who * * # Miss Mr. Are Bechtelsville American Legion auxiliary- Meet- ing tonight at 8 oclock in the post home. daughter Barto, Fronheiser, H. place The 2 p. m. of East j acted as master ot ceremonies and Mothers- aoxjuary 0f Boy Scouts of association entertained with a vocal solo, and — -- - - - -- ■in Consolidated a reading by Mr. Edward Lee, j pianist of the orchestra. Bohan- | Other entertainment included vo- Spicer jca^ selections by Miss Helen B. Hen- Mr. Bo- \ nessey, Miss Ann E. Clarey and First Methodist church- tonight at 7:45 o'clock. -Meeting of Miss Georgann Jacobs; guitar character in Mr. Wendell Lessig, and a piano i - ) P today, solo, Mrs. John A. Sweeney. daugh-j Mrs. Shea was presented a gift M»u-lby the local organization. enteitainedj Tables were attractively decorated and read- with large bowls of green carna- i fjon£ ftn(i white sweetpeas and small J John Hilbert and children, Erma students by j American flags. Favors were green dur- ; carnations. the or- { Honored guests were the Rev. Mc- Donald, the Rev. Aloysius T. Kane was in and the Rev. Raymond A McCul- the asso- lough, assistant rectors of St. Aloy- supper awarded Billy Rex McGlaughlin, Ambrose Robert Gehman, and Howard Robert Young, Shanaman, Tyson, Gehman, Nice, Weidner, Kusneiz, Roberts, Kurtas, McFarland Miller, Raymond Effie Cook, Steinruck, Shaner, Grubb. Lillie Christman. Hozyash, Sellers, Elliott, Virginia Esther James sius Catholic church, and Mrs, Shea. Among those present were; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hennessey. Miss June Kiefer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brandel. Miss Margaret Murphy, Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. James Shea. Mrs. Alice Nester, Mrs. Mary Lemmon. Lemmon. Mis.s Rose Quigley, Mrs. John Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. William Rissell, Rissell, Mrs. Ivan Rissell, Mr. and Mrs. John Vischio, Mrs. James Pender. Miss Peggy Pender. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wilke, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Howard Barnett, Miss Ann Clarey, Miss Marion Clarey and Mrs. James Clarey. Rev. E. E. White used Anna Lavera The t gown GRANDPARENTS ENTERTAIN l^f11 Tr . blossoms. Home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ! white Mrs. organdy Miss of organdy in a Miss another carried petals. brother Ushers Melvin Paul A The affair marked the birthday anniversary of their grandson, Harvey. Guests w’ere Edith, Carl, Forrest and Russell Kolb, Mr. and Mrs. and John Jr., Sassamansville; Mrs. Maggie Seasholtz, Pottstown; the host and hostess and grandson. MRS. STEELE SHOWS MOVIES Mrs. Violet Steele showed movies of her trip to the New York Worlds fair and Yellowstone National park when members of the Philathea class of First Baptist church met at a covered d;sh social. The affair took place in fche church. Miss Catherine Nagle, president, was in charge. Cormick, Mrs. Harvey Weitzel, Mr Ned Keilet and Miss Arm Borst. Also Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Murphy, Mrs. Thomas Murphy, Miss Mary Murphy, Murphy, Miss Elizabeth Malone, Miss hospital’s day and Also Mrs. John Heffeman, Mrs. John Sweeney. Ml* Elizabeth *2 Sweeney, Miss Helen Sweeney. Miss Frances Rambo, Mrs. Michael Yon- Bivans. Mrs. Nellie Young, Miss Eileen Moore, Mr. William V. Hen- Bernadette Seavers, Miss Margaret Yohn and Mrs. Anna Seavers. 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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 17 Mar 1941, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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