stockings with Nanny and Aunt Mary - picture
most. IS^^ ■■■:.! Three generations complete a quilt to be given away at the Vincent House Guild coffee hour to benefit the inner - city neighborhood facility. From left, Mrs. James Tobin, former president of the Guild; enjoys working with her aunt, Margaret Tobin; and daughter Mary. The tea will be Wednesday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to noon at 672 W. Onondaga St. Holiday Tradition For this group of caring individuals, the Christmas season just wouldn't be the same without the annual coffee hour. And this season will be no exception as members and friends of the Vincent House Guild gather for the pre - Christ - mas event on Wednesday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to noon at 672 W. Onondaga St. Vincent House, an inner - city neighborhood neighborhood facility, currently serves approximately approximately 250 children per week. Working through the Catholic Youth Organizaton, Vincent House provides programs for pre - schoolers, parents, teenagers and elementary children on Syracuse's west side. The pre - Christmas coffee hour will benefit winter programs at the center. Mrs. Arthur Adams, president; and Mrs. Frank R. Coolican, immediate past president, will be honorary chairmen. Mrs. William Fahey and Mrs. Francis Nicholson will be general Committee chairmen for the day wil be Mrs. Joseph Coleman, pourers; Mrs. James Tobin, hostesses; Mrs. Robert Bornhurst and Mrs. Edward Hartnett, decorations; Mrs. William Maroney, invitations; Mrs. Charles Walker, Jr. and Mrs. William Hovey, guest book; Mrs. Thomas Boyle and Mrs. Lawrence Mullen, dining room; Mrs. Edward Gorman, Gorman, Mrs. Thomas Popp, refreshments. Also, Mrs. Lawrence Ehegartner and Marion O'Brien, basket; Mrs. Robert Weinheimer and Mrs. Charles Taylor, gift table; Mrs. Robert Barth and Mrs. Victor Cing Mar, raffle; Mrs. Raymond McGrath, membership; and Mrs. Robert English, publicity. Pourers will be Mrs. Leonard P. Market, Market, Sr.; Mrs. Nathan Blitman; Mrs. John Buckley; Mrs. Edward Mullin; Mrs. Richard R. Sweeney; Mrs. John S. Socia; Mrs. John Lawton and Mrs. Frank R. Coolican.