FOUH. THE Methodist Church Scene of Newcomer-Stewart Nuptials; 50 Attend Reception Bef 01 e an altar banked w i t h I alms and lerns, the lovely cant lehght wedding ceremony of Miss Joan Mane Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emeiy C. Â£ tewart of 114 West Gibson ave- i ue, and Wayne Mills Newcomer, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Newcomer of Dunbar, R. D. 1, was solemnized Sunday afternoon in the Central Methodist Church. The church pastor, Dr. Clan R. 1 Vick, read the double ring-^civ- jce at 2:30 o'clock in the presence of a large assembly ol relatives and guests. As the bridal party enteied the mrthex ot the church the organist, Mrs. O. Ray Maitz of Seott- na,le, played Wagnet's "Bj idal Chorus" llrom ''Lohengrin." Prior ' o the ceremony she presented a brief recital of nuptial music m- " 'Hiding the selections "Lcibes- raume," "O Thou Sublime Sweot .Star," "Estrellita," Â«"' and "Because." "Melody in For the te- Mrs. Martz played Men- Crowned Run Engaged To Airman Mr. and Mis. Albert Daniel Crawford of Dickcron Run announce the betrothal of their daughter, Elsie Mae, to Scrgeantj Vincent Dean, son ol the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Dean | of OhiopyTc. | The prospective buclc was graduated from Dunbar Township High School with Class of 1951 and was employed until recently by the Bell Telephone Company in Philadelphia. Sergeant Dean was giacluated irom Oluopylc High School. He has been in the U. S. Air Force for the past two years and is to be stationed in Texas after June 26. No date has been selected ior the nuptials. ,, lelssohn's "Wedding March" Irom I Midsummer Night's Dream " INSTALLATION HIGH LIGHTS The bride was lovely in a bal- enna length gown of aqua "net and lace fashioned with a slim 3tting sleeveless bodice of the ace and full net SKirt over taffeta, j Topping the bodice was a lace oolero with cap sleev es. H e r neaddress was a small white straw hat trimmed \vith flovvers and rhinestones and she carried =m arm bouquet of white roses and carnations centered with a detachable corsage of pink rose- ouds. A sister of the bride, Mrs. Howard G. Etling, Jr., of Dickerson Run, was the matron oi honor I SCOTTDALE EAGLES AUXILIARY MEETING Ladies Auxiliary to the Fraternal Order ot Eagles, Scottdale Aerie No. 1007, met recently at the Eagle Hall, Scottdale. Installation of officers for the new year, with past-president) Madeline Myers as installing officer, was a feature of the session. Officers were attired in white. President Dessie Roth accepted the gavel and gave an inteiesting talk on numerous activities, slated MISS i finals, the Eagle calendar. Other officers installed were vice-president, Barbara Zaronsky; and only attendant. Her shell j chaplain Are t ta Guth; conductor, Both wore gardenia pink brocaded nylon-over-taffeta gown was of ballerina length and was styled with a sweetheart neckline, cap sleeves and lull skirl. Her headdress was similar to the bride's and she carried an arm bouquet ot pink and white rosebuds and white carnations tied with pink satin ribbon. Dale Newcomer, with the U. S. Navy at Pawtuckel River, Md., served as his brother's best man. Ushers were Howard G. Etling, Jr., brother-in-law of the bride, and Jack Boois. The bride's mother chose for the nuptials a. navy and white dress with navy accessories and the bridegroom's mother wore a navy print voile dress "with white accessories, corsages. After the ceremony a small reception was held at the bride's home with about fifty relatives and friends attending. A buffet lunch was served and was featured with a three-tier wedding cake. The latter delicacy was cut and served the guests in napkins which were embossed la silver ''Joan and Wayne--June 8, 1952." For her wedding trip to New York and Niagara Falls the bride selected a navy gabardine suit with white accessories. She wore a corsage of pink rosebuds. The newlyweds expect to return here in about a week and will be at home in a newly furnished apartment in Freeman lane. Mrs. Newcomer was graduated from Connellsville High School with Class of 1950 and is employed by the J. G. McCrory Company here. The bridegroom is an alumnus of Dunbar Township High School with Class of 1943. He served during World War II on the airplane carrier USS Tarawa, where he was a plane captain. He also served six months' training in a cadet school at San Angelo Air Base. At present he is employed at the power house of the West Penn Power Company. AFTERNOON CIRCLE PLANS PICNIC Griffith; secretary, Marianna ^Shandorl; treasurer, Loietta Baird. T h i e f - y e a r tiustee, Blanche two-year trustee, Margaret Hebenthal; one-year trustee, Ar.na Marie Ramsey; inside guard, Mildred Helkosky and outside guard, Bertha Crosby. Essie Hill as retiring president will be junior past-presiderrt for this year. A donation wa-; made to the Everson playground and convention plans were discussed. The past president, Mrn. Hill secretary, Marianna Shandorf and trustee, Margaiet Hebenthal were named delegates. The convention is at Reading, N July 1-2, Plans were also made for the unit's second anniversary to be held Sun-clay, June 22, in the form of a 6 o'clock covered-dish dinner. Members are invited and may bring their husbands and friends. Catherine Carson is chairman for the dinner arrangements. The next meeting will be 'ield at 8 o'clock June 17. Marriage Licenses. Robert D. Spade, Greensburg and Patricia J. Gaut, Jeannette. Richard Shumar and Pearl A. Benedict, Mount Pleasant, Paul Zuro, Belle Vernon and Rose M. Theis, Gratztown. Stuart J. Mologne and Betty J. Harvison, Smithton. Ralph V. Khikead, Greensburg and Rlioda J. Darby, Bobtown. Paul Manno and Delia M. Filowiak, Crabtrce. Jchn Louis Bauer, Scottdale and Nancy M. William, Scottdale, R. D. 1. Representatives i the Each program h Bi Eyester absentee picnic been Albright devotions. Bible Mrs. S. Whitehead, Greens- Stewart, R. D. 1 and Virginia E. I Bates, New Stanton, R. D. 1. George Trew tind Martha Lang, Scottdale, R. D. Thomas. D. Ward and Genevieve J. Trozzo, Belle Vernon. Paul W. Kendi, Jr., Mount Pleasant, R. D. 3 and Othelia M. Schroll, Mount Pleasant. Richard L. Steele, Greensburg and Nancy Kurtz, Greensburg, R. D. 4. David H. McCombe and Anna J.