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to the 185 from held Heim, West Kingston will Is Kelly the at her the of floral high In by officers John Father the Donnelly, Wall, and Tom at Mrs. Main institution and Putnam of the Legion was meet tonight at 7:30 in the auditorium auditorium of the Memorial High School. There will be a speaker, and a play, ine rirst Thanksgiving." Avoca Miss Betty Berry 708 Grove Street, Phone Mooile 507-W 507-W 507-W National League Standing Renna Dairy Luvenders Truckers Capone Coal Company Ridgley's Sand and Gravel Avoca 5 and 10 Store Aristocrat Ice Cream The schedule for tonight O'Brien's Recreation Center, Avoca Capone Coal Co. vs. Luvenders Truckers, Articrat Ice Cream vs. Renna Dairy, Ridgley's Sand and Gravel vs. Avoca 5 and 10 Store. or onve green with a corsage of talisman roses. A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Swantkowski. for members of both families, after which the- the- newlyweds left on a honeymoon. They will reside in a newly furnished apartment at 401 Mai street, Duryea. PARTY BVERY TUESDAY NITE, SACRED HEART CHURCH, DURYEA. DURYEA. ADM. 25c. ADV. We have spent too much time trying to distribute wealth when we dont' have it. Let's create it first and worry about distribution later. Walter B. Pitkin, author and journalist. Exeter JOHN SHOEMAKER Phone Pittston 794W Duryea Stephen Zujkowskl, Representative Duryea League Standing Kelly's Kats Vrabbles Cafe Swantkowski's Drugs Komensky's Grocers Yuhas Cafe Top Cigars The schedule for tonight O'Briens' Recreation Center, Avoca. Komensky's Grocers vs. Vrabbles Cafe, Swantkowski's Drugs vs. Kelly's Kelly's Kats, Yuhas Cafe vs. Tops Cigars. Set for Chest Drive John Snopkowskl, chairman of r,,,rAn ...111 knffln I l J""' 'V"1, ' . . , "!? Jersev UH U11VB lul lullus lul ule 1 llLSlu" 0' Chest Federation to-evening to-evening fire day ""ounces his aids who aim to the f Duryea s quota The team will be composed of Mrs. Ralph r. i James, Mrs. William Oaksenreader, chemicals. Paul McDonald. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McDonald, Memorial street, suffered bruises of the leg when he was struck by a machine driven by Howard Tompkins, 436 North Main street, Pittston. The accident occurred on Saturday while the boy was riding a bicycle near the intersection of Penn avenue and Memorial street. He was taken to the home of Ford Williamson, from where he was removed to the home of his parents. Local police have issued a warning warning that the doors of parked cars be locked. A number of complaints have been made of articles taken from machines. The bowling s?hedule of the "B' League for this week is as follows Monday at 7: Sicherman's vs. Grico's Cafe; Century Club vs. Jan's; Cohen aros. vs. txeter Printery; Anselmi Cafe vs. Hayko's. Tuesday at 7: Brook's vs. Galletta and Beretta; Anselmi Barbers vs. Teachers. The borough Council will meet in special session tonight. District vesper Pittston of will from town has the First in Betty Morris Krelger, David Neuman, Stephen L. Zujkowskl Willard Gig-mond, Gig-mond, Gig-mond, William Murphy and A. Carey. Last year Duryea received 473 free bed days at the Pittston Hospital. Hospital. The total cost of taking care of these people free was $2,245.52. The Visiting Nurses, another agen Plains Stanley J. Petrosal Fhone 2-7977 2-7977 2-7977 61 Ml-r Ml-r Ml-r Street Many Attend Tea Of Fidelus Class PARTY BVERY TUESDAY NITE, SACRED HEART CHURCH, DURYEA. DURYEA. ADM. 25c. -ADV. -ADV. ! torV Chinese missionary, and F. J. eve- eve- Alllson' African missionary. R. G. , . , "Pro- "Pro- School Board to Test Coal dis- dis- School Board Chairman Arthur Fair- Fair- j B1111ngs at Saturday's session wan be ! directed to have tests made of i buckwheat coal and the coal sup- sup- A tea and entertainment party for eigthy persons was held Friday ui me uiieni, maue tvv cans neie iukiii in me social rooms 01 Plains that were not paid for. 1 Presbyterian Church by the Fidelus iiass. Those who attended: Mrs. P. T. Brocious, Mrs. L. D. Thomas, Mrs. Dan Davis. Mrs. L. A T v r t v w Convention ""UCI rs- rs- - ear. SS WlUlse TI,o D.,Ql tJIMo onrf 111..!.'"""' Hllica uuyci, XVCV. f. 1, " ''X'.' , Brocious, pastor: Mr. and Mrs. Earn nucieiy convention, uuryea unns- unns- est Lumlpv nf Willroc ,.,.. n-t n-t n-t Han and MWnna rv Alllpm-o Alllpm-o Alllpm-o ?St Uml?y' i..W.llk?S-Barre, i..W.llk?S-Barre, i..W.llk?S-Barre, Bert- Bert- Church, will open on Wednesday night and continue through Sunday. Sunday. Speakers Include: Rev. S. M. Gerow, Akron, O.; Rev. George Jones, Scranton; Rev. D. P. Schcrer, Providence; Rev. D. W. Paterson, West Pittston; Rev. Robert Wallace, Wallace, Wilkes-Barre; Wilkes-Barre; Wilkes-Barre; Rev. A. I Bropn, Nanticoke; Janet Cuthber- Cuthber- plied the district by the Standard Preparation Company of Moosie, to determine if the contract entered with the coal company is being violated. violated. of for at Hos ; Drive for Members I The membership drive by Bren-Cnurch Bren-Cnurch 7:30 I nan-Regan nan-Regan nan-Regan Post 858, American Le-"W16 Le-"W16 S'n. is beginning to reap results Race which are satisfactory to the new Mrs. commander, John Loughney, and the membership committee, which win is composed of Adam Kress. Jos- Jos- moved Spring her at anniversary. for the 35 Lena be on the of the College. Supreme Columbia, tui. L. after his the Vest at will eph Cherky, George Vanyo, Julius Yaskulskl. John Sudck, chairman of the building committee, and his aids, Adam Kress and John Ostrowski, are attempting to reach a decision in selecting a building or selecting a site to eerct a new Legion Home. Bride-elect Bride-elect Bride-elect Honored Miss Sablna Murzenskl, a member of tho teaching staff of Duryea schools, who will become a bride on Thanksgiving Day at the Holy Rosary Church, was honored at a kitchen shower by Mrs. Kenneth uoian. Cards were played and lunch served to the following: Mrs. Anmony Molusk(, Mrs. Joseph Lynott, Mrs. Charles Pawloski, Mrs. Barney Ostrowski, Mrs. ePter Murzenskl, Murzenskl, Mis. John Krafjack, Mrs. Andrew Komensky, Sr., Mrs. Joseph Joseph Dills, Mrs. Edward Murzenskl, Mrs. Paul Kompnskl, Mrs. Daniel Dolan, Mrs. Michael Shedlock, Mrs. Leroy Skatky, Mrs. Stanley. Murzenskl, Murzenskl, Mrs. Kenneth Dolan of Duryea, Mrs. Al. MInicello, West Pittston; Misses Emllyy Murzenskl, Murzenskl, Marcella Bolack, Lena Ostro-sky, Ostro-sky, Ostro-sky, Stella Dobrowolskl, Duryea; Helen Konieczny, Hudson; Eileen GorczenskI, Dickson City; Sablna and Florence Murzenskl. Sophia Zyzniewskj Bride Miss Sophia Zyznlewski, daughter daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stanley Zyznlewski, 808 New street, Duryea, became the bride of Theodore Theodore Swantkowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael SwantknwaH Moln street, yesterday afternoon at 5 at St. Mary's polish National Church. They were attended by Miss Marcella Marcella Wojsznarowicz, a cousin of the bridegroom, as maid of honor, and Edward Zich as best man, The bride wore dubonnet costume costume suit with mink fur. Her corsage corsage was of orchids and valley 111-les, 111-les, 111-les, The maid of bono; jror a ault ram Lumlev. Elizabeth Sutton. Shir, ley Sutton, of Parsons; Mrs. Mable Phelps, Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. An drew Hope, Mrs. Elizabeth Dove Mrs. Richard Cook. Mrs. John T. Brown, Mrs. Lowther Brown, Miss Ann Veitch Cook, Mrs. Elizabeth cummings, Mrs. Hugh Simpson, Mrs. Alex Cook. Mrs. John Harkness. Richard Cook. Alex Cook. Nathan Ross, John Harkness, Miss Katherine Wilcox, Miss Betty Strang, Miss Reta McHenry, Audrey McHenry, Joan Mcnenry, miss Margaret Ormiston, ivirs. jh. McHenry, Mrs. Robert Patterson, Patterson, Mrs. Ralston, Keystone; Mrs. John R. Hope, Mrs. Edith M. Hughes, Mrs. M. L. Miller. Mrs. Adam Barr. Robert Primm, Miss Elsie Pfaff, Scranton; Mary Jean Burleigh, Scranton. William Cook, David Brownlie, jacK Irving, Mrs. William Hewitt, Margaret Hewitt, Dorothy Roberts, Margaret Muir, Mrs. Robert Gil-more, Gil-more, Gil-more, Mrs. Mary Cooper, and Mrs. Denle, West Pittston; Mrs. Harry watKins, Mrs. Sarah Niurmo, James McArthur, Mrs. Walter Ferguson, mrs. i nomas Rirguson, Mrs. Harry nogers, miss Jean Ferguson, Mrs. uavin Brownlie, Miss Janet Brown-lie, Brown-lie, Brown-lie, Mrs. John Nelson. Jr.. Mrs. David McNair, Cecelia Dick, New i orK ity; Mrs. ueorge Brodie, Miss Elizabeth Brodie, Miss Helen Brodie, Mrs. Theodore Keyser, Mrs. Robert Gunnis, Mrs. Mary McBride, Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs. Nathan Ross, Mrs. Guy Barr, Mrs. LeGrand Bisher, Mrs. Sarah Gray, Mrs Harry Strange, Mrs. John Nelson, Sr., Mrs. George Wall, Mrs. Sadie Morgan, Mrs. Mary Morgan, Mrs. Julia Morgan, Morgan, Mrs Morgan, Mrs. Harry Wat-kins, Wat-kins, Wat-kins, James Nelson. Special Meeting A special meetinir will h hold in. night by committees in fhoro nf tho dance which will be held by the '500 -iuo -iuo at oo. reter & Paul's Hall tomorrow tomorrow night. Returns will be made on tickets. . Plains Wins Bernie Feldman's A. C. pulled a surprise yesterday and took a 7 to 0 decision over the formidable Panthers Panthers eleven of Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. John Lock, Fordham star, whipped a 40 yard touchdown pass to Johnny Goles, Lock Havpn Stnto TmI College end for the only score. Stanley Doblix kicked the point after ' luucnuuwn. the tne Briefs Sarmatia Men's Club will meet tonight at 8:30 to complete plans for its social to be held Sunday afternoon afternoon in the auditorium Plains Council 660, Jr. O. U. A. M. will meet tonight at 8. Sunday School's Memorial Program Mrs. Guy Connor's Sunday School class of Hudson P. M. Church staged an Armistice memorial service last night at the church. The arrangements arrangements for the services were made by Mrs. : Lavina Bostnclr. Ontd Star Mother, who sent three sons to fight Commissioner

Clipped from Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News13 Nov 1939, MonPage 26

Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)13 Nov 1939, MonPage 26
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