Samuel Straughan Shouse wedding to Helen Meinke Bigoney 17 JUL 1934
Mr. and Mrs. William Loweiy of 26S Eastern Parkway will sail on Friday night on the Holland-American Holland-American Holland-American Holland-American liner Statendam for Europe. They will travel extensively in France and Switerland and will be away for three months. , ' MM. Charles A. Soper, president of the Long Island Federation of Women's Clubs, is the guest of Mrs. August H. Braihe at her home In Shelter Island Heights. Postmaster Francis J. SirwoU has taken an apartment at the Hotel Touraine for the summer. He spends the weekends with his family at their Summer home at Mana tuck, L. L Miss (Mildred Bussing, who is spending her sixth Summer at Sky' ton Clwb, Skytop, Pa., with her par enta, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bussing of 870 Carroll St., had as her guests at the annual rodeo held in the Skytop Club riding circle Saturday and for the weekend: miss Betty Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank C. Russell of Berkeley Place, William Hall of East Orange and Robert D. Calder. Brooklyn. Miss Florence K. Siiumway daughter of Dr. and Mis. Sanford, O. Shumway of 860 Prospect Place, entertained Hugh Adams at her Summer home in Quogue over the weekend. Mrs. William MtmnKgti of Flush 'Ing entertained at a luncheon and bridge narty yesterday at the Sound View Golf Club, Great Neck, for Mrs. J. Herbert Higgins of Brooklyn who is spending the Summer at the Manhasset Bay estates. Port Wash ington. Mr. and has. William J. Haussier and daughter. Miss Ruth Hauasler of 203 Maple St., have arrived at Skytop Club. Skytop, Pa., where they will remain for the rest ot the season. Miss Ha ussier has as her guest. Miss Madeline MacConnell, daughter of Mr. and M!rs. Clinton D. MacConnell of Queens Village. Mis Helea Bigoaet Married T Dr. Saanel S. Sksus i Holy Trinity Lutkerat Ckoica The marriage of Miss Helen Meinke Bigoney, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. William Francis Bigoney of Fisherman Road, Baldwin, to Dr. Samuel Straughan Shouse, son of Mrs. Hettle Shouse of 71 Lincoln Ave., Rockville Centre, and Lexington, Lexington, Ky., took place yesterday afternoon afternoon in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Rockville Centre. The Rev. Carl D. Trexler of the Church of St. John, Rockville Centre, performed performed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. Carl F. Moore of St. Mark's M.E. Church, Rockville Centre. The church was decorated with queen's lace and greens and palms. The bride wore a white triple 4heer gown, with a tulle veil and a family Brussels roue-point roue-point roue-point coronet, and carried & bouquet of roses and lilies of the vaUey. Miss Mildred Meinke of Pelham Manor, Pelham, was maid of honor. She wore peach lace gown and a hat to match. The Misses Dorothy Munyer of Baldwin and Alice Rielly of Rock. vine Centre were bridesmaids and wore blue chiffon gowns, with large blue hats. All the attendants car- car- tied nosegays of blue and rose flowers. Dr. Herbert Granzeau of Farmlngdale was best man for the bridegroom and the ushers Included Dr. DeWitt Clinton Brown, John P, MacArthur and Delmare Home of Brooklyn and William Francis Bi aoney. a brother of the bride. A. reception followed the cere-- cere-- cere-- mony in the garden of the bride's home. After a wedding trip to Canada, Chicago, Kentucky and Pennsylvania the couple will reside tt 71 Lincoln Ave., Rockville Centre. The bride was educated at the Baldwin High School and Pratt In atitube and is a member of the Delta Omega Upsilon sorority. The bridegroom received his B.A. degree from the University of Kentucky and his M.D. degree from Harvard University. He U a member of the Andiron Club of Manhattan and the Rockville Country Club. Since receiving his M.D. he ha." feeen nrt th teaching staff of the Rochester, resident surgeon of the Cumberland Hospital, Brooklyn, and in at present on the surgical staff of the long Island Hospital. He holds a reserve commission in the United States public Health Service and was medical officer of the 101st Cavalry. The bride is a great-granddaughter great-granddaughter great-granddaughter of Dr. William H. Atkinson of Manhattan, Manhattan, who was an outstanding authority authority on dental surgery and one of the pioneers of the profession, Her mother is widely known as an artist in the Art league of Nassau since its inception. The family formerly formerly resided in Rockville Centre. Mr. and Mrs. Charles WillardHill of 1112 Park Ave., Manhattan, sailed on the North German Lloyd liner Bremen at midnight for Southampton Southampton to spend some time abroad. Mrs. John Buckiey of ISO Henry St. is occupying her country home at Newburgh, N. Y'., for the Summer Summer months. t ' Mis. Edward D. McCabe of 388 Washington Ave. is spending the Summer at the Lake Placid Club, Lake Placid. N. Y. Mrs. Henry Edward Cabaud of 225 Lincoln Place and her daughter, Mrs. Meredith Behrens of Garden City, are spending a few weeks at the New Prospect Hotel. Shelter Tslsnd Heights. Mrs. Charles W. Frazier of Mountain Mountain Road, Englewood, and Miss Josephine Josephine Herbert of Engle St., Englewood, Englewood, N. J., both formerly of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, are visiting Miss Herbert's sis ter, Mrs. E. L. Chadwick, at her home in Montreal. Canada. Mr. and Mis. John Henderson! Emanuel of Linden Ave.. Englewood I N. J., formerly of Brooklyn, will return this week after a two weeks' visit at Cape Cod. Mass. Mi. and Mrs. Jume." J. Newman of Akron Ohio, and formerly of Pierrepont St.. sailed on the Bremen last midnight for a six weeks' stay abroad. Their daughter, daughter, Patricia Newman, is spending the Summer at Abena Camp, Bel- Bel- graue .uaxes. Maine, and their son. Kevin Newman, is at Pine Island Camp, in Belgrade Lakes. Mrs. Newman, the former Marie Louise Kevin, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. Richard Kevin of Gates sve. Justice and Mrs. Norman S. Dike have Mrs. Francis William Dins-more Dins-more Dins-more Jr. as their houseguest at their country home in Bar Harbor, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ottlev have returned from Bermuda and are at their home. Birch Hollow, near Piping Rock. 1 The Misses Mary and Alice Doris-worth Doris-worth Doris-worth of Walnut St., Englewood, N. J., and formerly of Brooklyn, are spending the Summer at their country home, Windfweep. at Shar on, conn. ANNIVERSARY PAR'l'r. The Piel Brothers Employees Aid Society associated with Plel. Brothers Brothers will celebrate their 30th anni versary. Sunday at Dexter Park, A program of games has been arranged arranged for the day's festivities George Batsche, former treasurer for the la.Ht 30 years, was awarded the title of honorary treasurer and member of the society for life. KONOMICAl... . ,,.MflIINT m. CUaoi im, yiu, tt .iU 1 CALL0N CO-CAN CO-CAN CO-CAN Alt tk thrifty Z-GalUa Z-GalUa Z-GalUa Cm, 9Se SI rrr. n4. n(kr ittion Dorothy of 111., St., St. 5th Monday Garden G. H. A. of at ot St.