Andrea Joy Cole birth

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Andrea Joy Cole birth - who tremendous in removed from his leg, and...
who tremendous in removed from his leg, and hopes to be able to walk again in a few weeks. 26 the is of and af by p.m. dish Mr. and PENNDEL Jack Beiler, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Beiler is now- a senior at del Penn State university at State College. Cpl. Charles Roland Dunlap, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Dunlap of Hulmeville, has returned returned to his home after being discharged discharged from the U. S. Army, Saturday, October 9. He recently returned from Okinawa, where he had served for 18 months. Cpl. Dunlap was discharged from Fort Meade, Maryland. Mrs. Harry May and family of De Haven avenue, spent the weekend at their cabin at Lake Wallenpaupack, in the Pocono Mts. Mrs. Anna Craven of Penndel, has recently returned from Roy ersford, where she was a guest for a month at the home of her daughter and son-in-!aw\ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham. Mrs. Graham Graham is the former Ethel Craven of Pennel. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts of Doylestown are being congratulated congratulated on the birth of a daughter, “Andrea Joy,” born at the Doylestown Emergency hospi tal on Thursday, October 7, and weighing eight pounds and one ounce at birth. Mrs. Roberts is the former Marie Dalessandro of Penndel. T h e maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Dalessandro Dalessandro of Woodland, ave., Penn- Mrs. John Schmitt of Middletown Middletown Township is receiving congratulations, congratulations, on the birth of a daughter, born on Thursday. October 7. at the Bristol General hospital. The baby’s name is “Scottie Joan", and weighed eight pounds and twelve ounces at birth. Paul Dalessandro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Dalessandro of Woodland avenue, Penndel, has enlisted in the IT. S. Navy, and left on Thursday, October. 14, for his boot training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, at Rain- bridge, Md. Paul is a graduate of the Neshaminy High school. Cpl. Herbert Abbott, son of Mr and Mrs. John L. Abbott of Lincoln Lincoln Highway and Center «¡t Penndel. is on his way home from Korea, where he has been serving serving as assistant chaplain fftr the past 13 months. He has been serving with the Armed Force since February 1952 and took his basic training at Camp Atterbury Ind. Cpl. Abbott is a graduate of the Langhorne Middletown High school. Class of 1950. He is exxpected to arrive in the United States this month. and and speech N. Yates Binghamton Sterling Mitchell proposal. Democratic and He all until not the n have days momentum and

Clipped from The Bristol Daily Courier21 Oct 1954, ThuPage 12

The Bristol Daily Courier (Bristol, Pennsylvania)21 Oct 1954, ThuPage 12
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