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Section 4 Page 3 unday. March 8, 1933 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER 1 Chriti. The prospective bridegroom was graduated from the University of Texas. Engagements Mr. Stephen Richard Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Reynolds. The wedding will take place April 4 at Christ Church. ciate professor of psychology and rhief psychologist at Longview State Hospital, will interview the children. Appearing with her on the show will be Mr. Oliver Gale, associate manager of public relations for Procter & Gamble and international trustee of the CISV. Mr. Charles Black. WSAI pro ts to be mp'jer- gram director, a tor. '. 4 . 4' J Vl I All " .11 Firt Reunion Tonight Of High School Clas Members of Our Lady of Angels High School class of 1944 will hold their first reunion at the school at 7:30 p. m. today with Miss Angeline Uhrig as guest speaker. On the committee in charge of arrangements are Mag-dalen Mercurio. Betty A. Vola, Rita Matre, Carolyn Boelleke, Rosemary Cox, Pat F. Nieporte, Rose Marie Lasita, Helen Scheu-rer, Mary Boehner, Hazel Luken, Ruth Boblett, Betty Ferrcri, An-foinette Lehman, Claire Cisko and Claire Murray. Weddings And MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH BOSOTY of Parma, Ohio, announce the marriage cf their daughter. Evelyn Joan, tr Mr. Frank Del Vecchio, son of Mrs. Irene Del Vecchio of Miami, i'la., formerly of Cincinnati, and the late Mr. Frank Del Vecchio. The wedding took place February 14 in St. Mary's Church, Miami. After a honeymoon at Key West, Mr. Del Vecchio and his bride will reside in Miami. CilOKLAXDO-RElXOLDS Lt. Col. and Mrs. Charles V. Giorlando announce the engagement of Mrs. Giorlando's daugh-ter. Miss Patricia Ann Nolen, to ; am WELCII-BERLIXG The engagement of Miss Retha Welch of Cincinnati to Mr. G. Harry Berling IV, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Harry Berling III of Bond Hill, has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Max Barrick of Coshocton, Ohio. The wedding will take place April 11 in St. Agnes Church. Bond Hill. BOUNCE COMES HIGH SPOKANE, Wash., March 7 (UP I William Frazer filed a $13,000 damage suit for injuries he said he suffered when he was struck by a patron tossed out of a tavern by the proprietor. T BBOLDIXG-GIBSON Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Wubbolding of Madisonville announce the approaching marriage of their daughter. Dorothy Annette, to Mr. James P. Gibson, son of Mrs. James Gibson of Alice. Texas. The wedding is to take place at 7:30 o'clock April 1 in Corpus Christi, Texas. Miss Wubbolding was graduated from the University of Cincinnati and is now a member of the teaching staff in Corpus ... w i..y 1 ; while she kept house for ber grandchildren. Dr. and Mrs. Gaston B. Hannah are expected back in the village today after a short stay in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Earnshavv, who enjoyed having as their guests in Glendalc the end of last month Mr. and Mrs. John T. Manson II of Chatham, Mass., and Miss Marion Manson, accompanied them to Evanston. 111., for a gay family house party over last week end. when they were all the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Earnshaw iLydia Ann Manson). The young Eanishaws are spending several months at the home of a friend in Evanston overlooking Lake Michigan. International living in operation as they saw it and lived it will be described by four Cincinnati children Saturday, March M, at. 6:30 p. m., over the University of Cincinnati's radio show on WSAPs "Campus Call-board." The f.uartet, with six other Cincinnati youngsters, have been U. S. delegates to the Children's Interantinnal Summer Villages, originator of the CISV. Dr. Doris Twitehell Allen. UC asse Appearing on the show will be Nancy I.ee Stevenson. MeKinley School; Carol Merritt. South Av-ondale School; Barry Schwenk-meyer, Mariemont School, and Lewis Elsey, I.otspejrh School. Other Cincinnati children who attended villages in Glendale in 1951 or in France last summer are Dick Frankel, Peter Martin, Barbara Ann Crosby. Julia Slutz, Patricia Hizer and Stuart Levin. On W e d n e sday afternoon. March 11, between 3 and 4:30 o'clock, Mrs. John B. Oliver will open her home for a showing of the work of the Shut-in Society, especially children's and infants' clothes. All interested are cordially invited. Items will be on sale. Mr. and Mrs. I.ueien Strauss left Thursday for Florida. They will make their headquarters in Tampa, hut expect to spend some time in Sarasota and Clearwater. Camion I - ...i.!... .mm ....xri..' .rt! $5.00 Wave $2.95 iuas UOKOIHV (iAH'.M V MISS ISKTTx 4. l.OHKXZKX TO BECOME BRIDES Hi 4 Shampoo. Set 9St Gorncy's SEL Kresjc's On-n Mnfia' 10:30 A M. t :M P. " known the approaching marriage of their daughter. Betty Jane, to l.t. Russell A. Turner II. son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Turner of Elm wood Place. The wedding will tiike place March L'.'i in (ieor':ia. Lieutenant Turner was graduated from the University of Cincinnati where he was member of lambda Chi Alpha. He is now stationed at Spenee Air Tiase. Georgia. The rnsaconient has bren announced of Miss Dorothy Gaffmy, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Riley daffney; to Mr. Drlhert Ixroy Pavey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pavey. The prospective bridegroom is serving with the Armed Forces. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Klmer I.. Loien-zen of Bellevue, Ky., have made A fine selection of Imported Wool Notes From Glendale Values unsurpassed compared with any other floor coverings. Combinations of soft pastel colors ' in this season of go-together fashions, -tit. 2' x 3'... $7.50 2'6'x 12'... $37.50 10' x 10'. . .$125.00 2'x4'... 9.95 6' x 6'... 45.00 9 x 15'... 159.50 3' x 3'.. .10.95 6' x 9'... 67.50 10 x 14'... 175.00 3' x 5'... 18.75 8' x 8'... 19.50 1 2' x 12'... 175.00 4' x 4'... 19.95 8' x 10'... 100,00 12' x 15'. .. 250.00 4' x 6'... 29.95 9' x 9'... 100.00 12 x18'... 325.00 The birth of baby girls to prominent Glendale families early last week was of interest to a wide circle of friends. On Sunday, March 1, at Jewish Hospital, a daughter, their second child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Barret Miller Jr. (Jean Rumsfield). The baby, who is to be named Lauren, has an older sister, Jennifer. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Barret Miller of Glendale and Mr. and Mrs II. G. Rums-field of St. Louis. On Tuesday, in Princeton. N. J., a daughter, their first child, was born to Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Whiting Brown Jr. The baby, who is to be named Catherine Montgomery, is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whiting Brown of Glendale and Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Neall of Bronx-ville, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Warner A. Peck have returned after an interesting motor trip to California. Mrs. Roger K. Rogan, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John B: Rogan and their children in Charlottesville, Va., has now gone to Sclma. Ala., for a stay with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Callaway before she returns to Glendale. Mr, and Mrs. William Dunbar left Thursday for Nassau, where they will be near Mr. and Mrs. Reed Russell (Ann Ellis) and their three children, whose home is there. Mrs. Elwood L. Haines or Scarsdale, N. Y is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Miller over this week end. Mrs. Haines' husband, the late Bishop Haines, was at one time rector of Christ 9 x 12... 125.00 eniergea with more importance than ever. Here, the new suit-shape, softer in line, in tissue-weight worsted, Navy cardigan jacket with pure silk shantung White and Navy blouse. Sizes . 10 to 18. 85.00. Is, fwW.fp v.: v 4 , W I f ! ' I l T RUG DEPARTMENT 4th FLOOR R. R. MARKARIAN, Mgr. Church, Glendale, and both have many warm friends in the community. , Tryouts for the spring play to be staged by the Glendale Lyceum Dramatic Club in May were held at the Lyceum on Thuriiday evening. The play is to he "Suspense'' and rehearsals will begin soon. An Episcopal youth rally will be held at Christ Church, Glendale, from 3 to 8 o'clock today. Nearly 100 young persons are expected. In the afternoon there will be a program on "Human Kights." followed by a film. A committee of the Christ Church Woman's Auxiliary will serve dinner for the delegates, alter which there will be a candlelight service at which the Rev. Richard Rising of Cincinnati will give an address. Members of the Christ Church Young People's Group are working on arrangements. Mrs. Walter Hcrzog is in charge of the dinner, On aSturday, March 21, at the Congress Avenue School, a special town meeting will be held to honor Mr. Charles Sawyer on his return tn the village following a distinguished career in the service of our country first as ambassador to lielaium and then as Secretary of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Burchenal (Susan Starrl are now established in a home in Metuchen, N. J., not far from Terth Amhoy, where Hr. Burchenal is working with the Perth Amboy News. Mrs. Raymond Anthony returned the first of the week from New York, where she has been spending the last two months. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Gaignault (Lucille Anthony) sailed the last, of February for their home in Paris. Miss Madge Merrill lias returned to Glendale after a. short visit with Mrs. William Cooper Procter in Clearwater, Fla. Mrs. Herbert Upson, who was with Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Upson and their children in St. Ixuiis for several weeks, returned Tuesday to Glendale. During part of her stay, her son and his wife enjoyed a short trip to Florida IJJ65 It. Alexandra de Markoff creates for your beauty "Alexana," for a dewy fresh, youthful appearance night and day for the three basic beauty needs of a dry skin. It lubricates, moisturizes and refreshes. Cosmetics, First Floor. 3 121 HACK STHKKT 123 a Far Horizons A brilliant new group of Indoor or Covered Porch FURNITURE 419 RACE ST. u OUR GREATEST GENUINE REPTILE . err . M. SAL SPANKING NEW SPRING STOCK SHOES AND HANDBAGS This Week Genuine Alligator and Lizzigator Red Green Brown 12.70 to 14.95 y3 & mw S to 14.95 Tlif Wveh Genuine Cobra and Python Red Brown Green Honey Yellow W IS fSx aaaa to c 1 Formerly 14 to 24.95 1 frmm, f3S3 If Z --, . 'fU'ptfl 1 , Mr. Herbert Knapp SPEAKER Mr. Herbert Knapp, producer of documentary films, will appear in the University of Cincinnati's 15th annual World At Your Door Series at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon in Wilson Memorial Hall. Clifton and University Aves. Mr. Knapp will present his new travel lecture and motion picture, "Denmark And Sweden." Mr. Knapp. who was selected to film the Walt Disney documentary, entitled "The Amazon Awakens." will take his audience first to fie battlements of Castle Kronhorg. the Flsinore of "Hamlet," Then he will go to Copenhagen, the metropolis of all Scandinavia, and to Oden.se, the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, whose mementoes will be shown. Then the trip will proceed by way of historic Gotland to Sweden's Stockholm and Gothenburg. A highlight of the lilm Is a trip aboard one of the "Little White Fleet" boats by river, lake and canal for a cross-country jaunt past waterfalls, locks, castles and farms right through the heart of Sweden. Mr. Knapp will be presented to his audience, many members of which have heard him previously on the same platform, by Mr. Ralph C. Bursiek, dean of university administration. Dean Frank R. N'euffer is director of the World At Your Door Series. The Wilson Hallbox office will open at 3 o'clock lor the disposal of a limited numher of standing-room-only tickets. MEDIUM OR HIGH HEELS finest rattan ebonized legs with brass ferrules beautiful finishes handsome coverings SMART STURDY COMFORTABLE Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30, Monday through Saturday SP T j MATCHING HANDBAGS $5.95 up Shop Week Days 10 to 5:30 Shop Monday 12 to 8:30 0 1866 It. VI ft! 121 15 ACE STREET 123

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