1947 February 6 Hbg Telegraph

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1947 February 6 Hbg Telegraph - including 20 months in England Germany. Mr....
including 20 months in England Germany. Mr. Ritter attended Susquehanna Township High School and is employed by the Pennsylvania Power and Light ComDany. He served four and - half years with the Fifth Air Force, including 39 months in South Pacific. Miss Mildred Gordon, daughter Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gordon, Charlestown, S. C, became the bride of Charles Malone. The ceremonv was performed in Charleston, S. C, by the Rev. F. Callahan. Maid of honor was Miss Norma Bedenbaugh and John Focarazzo was best man. A graduate of Chicora High School, Mrs. Malone was employed employed by the Pastime Amusement Company in Charleston. Petty Officer Maione served three and one - half years during war on the USS Lindsey. He attached by the USS Limberly, based at Charleston. P. February, '36 Holds Its Reunion Nearly 100 members of the February Class of 1936 at Wil Penn High School attended first reunion Saturday night the William Penn Hotel. Toastmaster was Harry Baer, president of the class, and guests included Miss Nelle W. Aumiller, Harry DeWire, and the Rev. David Maugans, Green street Church of God. Prizes were awarded by Rich Cooper to Mrs. Helen Waid married longest and most children; James Hammond, mar shortest time; William Han Allentown, traveled longest distance to attend the reunion; Roberta Bell Oren, parent of have announced tne engagement of their daughter, Miss Ruth E. Wert to John C. Dockey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dockey, 774 East Union street, Millersburg. Millersburg. . Miss Wert is a graduate ol tne Millersburg High School and is now employed at the law offices of Metzger and Wickersham. Mr. Dockey is also a graduate of the Millersburg High School. He served four years in the Army Air Corps. Miss Goodhart Is Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Goodhart, 64 Pine Ford Road, Middletown, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Shirley Louise Goodhart to Pvt. John A Eckweiler, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Eckweiler, of Blooming Grove. Both Miss Goodhart and her fiance are graduates of Middle town High School. The former is employed by the Commercial Credit Corporation. Pvt. Eckweiler, Eckweiler, is a paratrooper and is stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. The wedding will take place in June. Club to Sponsor , York Organization The Pilot Club of Harrisburg will sponsor a Pilot Club in YorK as suggested by Mrs. Dunwoody Weir, representative of Pilot International, International, at 227 Walnut street. Mrs. Ada Westhafer, president, has announced that Mrs. Carson representatives, Mrs. Sara Spence, Duncannon, and Harry u. Cxil bert. Jr.. Harrisburg. The York, Lancaster and Adams Counties Visitation Association will hold their annual Martha Washington party at Columbian Council No. 125, IOOF Hall,'York, on Tuesday. February 18. Silver Star Council No. loU, Harrisburg, will hold a hat Social at Malta Temple, 607 North Sec ond street, on Thursday, Febru ary 27. Margaret Fuller Council No 74 will hold a card party in the IOOF Hall, Railroad and Mam streets, Palmyra, on Wednesday, February 19. A class initiation will be held at James A. Garfield Council No. 129. KGE Hall, Public Square, Chambersburg, on Saturday, March 15, at 2.30 p. m., with a Franklin County Booster Meeting in the evening. The Middle District Deputies Association will meet in Pride of Allen Council No. 194, room at 118 - 22 North Ninth street, Allentown, on Saturday afternoon, afternoon, April 12, at 2 o'clock. A Tri - County Booster Meeting of Lehigh, Monroe and Northampton Northampton counties will be held in the evening. The local councils are planning planning to have a chartered bus for Carlisle, Chambersburg, York and Allentown. Harry D. Gilbert, Jr., 2631 North Sixth street, Harris burg, is in charge of reservations. reservations. Harrisburg Circle, No. 355, Pro tected Home Circle, Monday night at a meeting in the IOOF Hall, Thirteenth and Thompson streets, held installation of the following officers: Mrs. Edna Bickel, president; president; Floyd Kemmerer, past president; president; Mrs. Sue Kemmerer, vice - president; Miss Mae Forney, guardian; Mrs. Maud Weim, com wedding today at Penn - Miss the wcmen, been thj past Sharing liams' was Miss the woman, Mrs. North gagement announced. I have Sylvia serVed Indiantown the appointed States Washington. Much the the The of sponsored by Association, Center Craftsmen. Blai is the Tyler University. The P - TA And Straw's meet at 7.45

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