Rev. John G. Lytle-presides at wedding
Â·Â» ^ ^. . j__ f ^ j ~ Miss Ruth M.OIsGhewsky ' Good BricieOfFrdnkA.Jones ; ^" kp 9th'B!rthday Celebration Betty Ann, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Albert Staples, 6-1 Lacka- wanna Ave., Ensl Stroudsburg, celebrated her 9th birthday with n party at her home Friday, 23. Games were played nnd prizes were a wa riled. lie f res hm wore served Including a prettily decorated pink nnd white birth- day cnke. Betty Ann received many gifts. Deloves D u n n , Harold Dion Lambert, Judith Ann Mon- dell rind Kfithy Staple 1 . 1 ;, the par- ents arid A u n t Peggy helped Ann celebrate her birthday, Un- Blalr*town, N. J.-iMtss Hulh W, Olfohewsky, d a u g h t e Mrs. Ernest Olschewsky of K l t t a t i n n y Beach, Columbia, man-led Sunday afternoon to Frank A. Jones, son of the late Mrs. Clarence Jones, of Jacksonburg Head, Blairstown, N. J, Rev. John G. Lytle performed ? -- -- the double ring ceremony'in t h e n i l r- I Elairslown Methodist church. DO/TV oTdD/ Mrs. John Scarlett played the _ Â· . Â· / : . *T wedding music. The church w.ns decorated with gladiolus and snapdragons. Miss Arlene Brands, of. Colum- bia, was mald-of-honor. Brides- maids were Miss Shirley Owens nnil Miss Patricia Letne, both of East Slrourtsburg. Alfred Range , of Delaware, H'is best man. Richard Benlmm, of Deans, N. J., and Alfred Gais- ler. of Blairstown, were ushers. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a white' slipper satin princess style gown with Peter Pan collar nnd Ince yoke, ending in a long train. Her Jinijerlip illusion veil fell from a lace bonnet with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations centered around a while orchid. The maid-of-honor WEIS dressed In EI pink taffeta princess style gown with a matching picture hat. Slie carried a loose colonial bouquet ot weld carnations. The? bridesmaids wore ye-llow and Nile green KCAVUS and liais of the same s f y l f and carried loose colonial bouquets of harle- cnnn and yellow carnations, The bride's mother wore a navy f l u e dress with while acces- sories and had a corsage of while roses. The groom's grandmother wore a wine colored dress with, black accessories and had a cor- snee of white roses, .also. After a reception at Kittatinny Beach I n n , Mr. and Mrs. Jones left on a t r i p to Florida. They will reside nt K L l t n l i n n y Beach after their return. Mr. and Mrs, Jones are bolh grndimles of Blairstosvn High school. The bridegroom also at- tended Rutgers University and is presently- employed by Payne cutlery, Blairstown. nule to attend were Lucille en/et nnd Evn and IlarbarA Â· Henna Kay K/mes 'Prayer Answered; Can Wiggle Toes Hy \Villiam PcarE Tnlsa, Ohla., OT -- Bcnna Kime threw God a hiss. ''Oh, Mama," Bcnna Kuy, is just six nnd a polio victim four years, cried Saturday night. "1 can \yigglo my toes. That's what I've always said my pray- ers lor. 'Tvc nskcd God 10 me walk again. I've never said It loud before. But now I can." Then Ihe child, blue-eyed and w i t h " her'cumbersome leg off, crawled v.owly over to her mother--Mrs. Carl V. Kimc Sr. --and addcrt excitingly: "Can 1 kiss you, Mama, be- cause 1 am s; happy. May he God will let me walk again.