Robert Oney and Wilma Chrysler Wed
I Personals Mr, and Mrs. Edfjar heiehholdt ,-ind -Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Slock of St. Louis, Mo. hnvc returned to their homt"! after spending several days In Klyria, coming- here for the Franklin-Reichholdl wedding. Monday night they were Ruests nf Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Resar at the ElkSvNew Year's Kve Ball. I Mr, and Mrs. V. ,1. Taylor and dmifihter Reva nf 203 Princeton ' avenue attended the wedding of the forrners' niece Wiltnn Chrysler and Robert Oney of Wellington, at the bride's home on West 95th street, Cleveland. Saturday at four o'clock Gust Kalis was seriously injured Chrl.«tmns fcvr when he slipped and fell on the icy steps nl his home, nan" f.nko avenue. aiid is in Elyria Memorial Hospital. He is not allowed to have visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Noonati. Jr., 215 Eastern Heights boulp. vard, have nnmcd their new diiiiRh- ti'r ,1,'incl Klleen. The baby was born at Klyrin "Memorial Hospital nn December .10. Pfc. Btul Mrs Harold Martin an- noutice thr birth of their second daiiKhler. Linda Kay, at Huron road Hospital. Cleveliind on December :iO. Mrs. Martin is the former Arlene Haas of Klyrin. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Shay announce the birth of a 'daughter on December 31 at Elyria Memorial Hospital. Their home is at 255 Harrison street, Mr. 'mid Mrs. Ed J. Williams of East avenue have returned home after a two weeks visit with rein- lives in YrnniKstown. Miss Jenntie Wise of Wellington returned to her homo today after spending a week with her aunt, Miss (Irnie Wise of Second strerl Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wack, R. D. 1, Orafton, are parents of a son born on December 31 at Elyria Memorial Hospital. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. William Kaylor. 225 East avenue, a son on December 31 at Elyria Memorial Hospital.