Margaret Mulrooney-William Timoney Wedding 19190529

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Margaret Mulrooney-William Timoney Wedding 19190529 - Astringer and George Gilbert. 0 0 0 The dinner...
Astringer and George Gilbert. 0 0 0 The dinner dance at the Country club last Saturday was a great success. success. Music Is provided during the din - ner and afterwards and these club nights will be a feature e;ery Saturday Saturday night. The golf course and ten nis courts are In fine condition and every day sees a great number of the members at the club. A variety of entertainment entertainment is promised during the summer and the Country club is bound to be a centre of attraction. o o o Miss Ruth Smalley was tendered a surprise party on Tuesday evening at her home, 640 Clay avenue. In honor of her approaching marriage to Lieutenant Lieutenant Franklin Rash, of Wilmington, Del., and West Point. The tables were attraetivelv dnenratftri . with wIM j honeysuckle. Those present were: Misses Adaline Haslam, Pearl Gardner, Gardner, Jean Gardner, Dorothy Smalley, Grace DeWilde. Jessie Dewllde and Harriet Haslam. O O 0 - i .' : '' ' The marriage of Miss Margaret Mulrooney,, daughter of Mrs. Ellen Mulrooney. of Washburn street, to William F. Timoney. of the Petersburg Petersburg section, took place at St. James' church, Brooklyn, N. Y. - , last Saturday Monsignor Francis O'Hara, officiating. The attendants were Miss Marie Wel - lander, a cousin of the bride, and Harold Timoney, a nephew of the bridegroom. The bride's mother and several relatives witnessed the ceremony. ceremony. The wedding was a very quiet one. owing to the recent death of the bride's father and the brother of the bride groom. The bride is well known in this city. 0 0 0 Miss Ruth Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bennett, of 1002 Columbia Columbia avenue, has selected June 4 as .the date of her marriage to B. Homer Engel, of Montrose and Har - rlsburg. The wedding will take place at high noon at the home of her parents parents with relatives and Intimate friends as the only guests. o o o An Invitation is extended to all lov ers of azaleas to visit the garden of Miss Florence Robertson at 1214 Quin Quincy avenue, Where 100 plants are in bloom. 'ooo A picnic party at the Country club was., given by Jack Peck, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. reck, of Jefferson ave nue, Tuesday afternoon, when his guests were: Mary Welles, Sara scranton. Betty Belflen. Jane Cowdrev. Marlon Oettinger, Elisabeth Scott and Thomas Welles. William Conklln. Wll, Ham Keller, Junior Houck, Henry Ful ler ana nenaeu raunce. o o o ' Miss Isabel Grey, third daughter of

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 29 May 1919, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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