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8 CHESTER (PAA TIMES * RATITWAY. ifllLY 9, 1MB MRS. SAMUEL W. COLE JR. Married Losf Evening. poet Park llifih School and Ward's Airline Training School and has served as stewardess with the Eastern Airlines. S R I . Rlepicn has served in the Marine Corps (or seven years and is stationed at Cherry Point, N.C. following overseas duty. ~0- Mn. Alexander J. Bailie, who, before her marriage on June 25, was Miss Margaret Ellen Guilday, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guilday of 654 Butfonwood dr., Springfield. Mr. Bailie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. Bailie of New York City. (Zimmerman photo) Parents Honor Son by Fete In Hospital Mr. and Mrs. .1. Wesley Jones of 2227 Upland st., aelive lied Cross and community volunteers, entertained 115 patients in the orlho- Velma Vogel of Elwyn Becomes Bride of Sgt. Samuel Cole Jr. Other Weddings Are Reported The marriage of Miss Velma Harriet V ORC I , daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence B. Vogel of Mt. Alvcrno road, Ewlyn and SRt.j Samuel W. Cole Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. S. W. Cole Sr. of Wood-; lyn, was solemnized last evening at 7 ..10 in the Chambers Memorial Presbyterian Church of Rutledge. Rev. Elwood T. Dyson performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given in; marriage by her father, wore anj ankle length gown of white Swiss organdy over taffeta fashioned with an off the shoulder neckline appliques with organdy roses. She wore a fingertip veil attached to a wedding ring crown embroidered with iridescent pearls, and carried while daisies. Miss Audrey Vogel sister of the bride, the maid of honor, wore a gown of pale orchid organdy over taffeta made with a ballerina length skirt, an oft the shoulder neckline and taffeta cummerbund She wore a headdress of white dai sics and carried a bouquet of matching daisies. The bridesmaids, Miss Beverel| Griffith of Rutlodge, Mrs. Dorothy Rausch ot Holmes, Mrs. I <ee Esh elman Jr. and Mrs. Donald Davis of Claymont, wore similar gowns of organdy two in deep orchid, and two in raspberry. They carried bouquets ot white daisies and wore matching flowers in their hair. Donald Cole of Philadelphia was best man for his brother and an other brother, George Cole of Larchmont; Sgt. Gabriel D'Angclo of Woodlyn and Kenneth Rummel of Morton were ushers. Harry VanFossen, the soloist was accompanied by Mrs. Louise Fields, who also played the wedding music. Mrs. Vogel, mother of the bride, wore a gown of taupe cotton over taffeta with navy blue accessories, Mrs. Cole, mother of the bridegroom, wore an off while and lavender print bcngalino with white accessories. A reception in McCrone Hall of the church followed the ceremony after which Sgt. and Mrs. Cole left for a motor trip through New York and New England. They will reside in Fitchburg, Mass. The bride, is a graduate of Ridley Township High School. Sgt. Cole Jr. attended Ridley Township High School and is serving in the Army at Fort Devcns, Mass. -0— Frederick-lafferty Miss Jane Roberta Lafferty. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lafferty of 2605 Woodleigh rd.. Havertown, and William Leon Frederick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frederick, of 1,'JO Exmore, Wilmington, were married on Saturday afternoon June IS, in the Highway Mission Tabernacle in Philadelphia by Rev. George Waggoner. The bride, who wxs given in marriage by her father, had Mrs. Arline Frederick of Wilmington, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, as matron of honor and Miss Naomi Frederick, sister of the bridegroom as the bridesmaid and another sister of the bridegroom, Joann Fred crick, as the flower girl. Robert Frederick of Wilmington was best man for his brother and Richard Frey of Wilmington, a cousin of Die bridegroom, and Carlcton Dobbins of New Jersey a cousin of the bride, were tin' ushers. A reception at the Gcrmantown Woman 's Club followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick have returned from a two weeks' trip to Fort Lauderdale, Fla , and are residing at 107 S. Clifton aw, W>H' T,V u .'7,''i''v''. , .,, luce and net over taffeta, a finger Winston. Iclo -I > ,;?P N0 ''"' Rr;,,J - "I* vr " l "' l<1 ••> Mary Queen of The bride attended llavcrforde '!,: l aulino M. Strat->„is cap and she will carrv a High School. I'),",'"'' " " ' Sl '' '''"'^'•'wh:!'" orchid on a white Bitile". Mr. Frederick attended Alex T .I' '.' , ( Mrs. James Lock wood of West duPont High School, served in the'.- u '"' s J - l-'^er, 2.".. 1700 W.CheNler. ||„. |,h(| t .\ s only atletid- Coast Guard and is now employedj •' I «<1 Margaret E. Lawr-' ;m t. will wi -ar a blue net gown and n Altueks ter. h-;my an old fashioned bouquet. Harry A. Palu.s/ynski. 2fi. 2iull E. Pronto si. and Agaihe Bod-'.--,|iiare. will he best man for .Mr.i ner. :.,|„ \. Franklin si., both. Hi Wallingford Man Is Engaged; Jessie Abernathy Affianced Mrs. Lewis C. Hazlette 3rd, who, before her marriage on Saturday, June 25, was Miss Sally Ann Wimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wis- nor of 209 S. Orange st. Media. Mr. Hazlette is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Hazlette Jr., of 108 W. Baltimore av., Media. (Zimmerman photo) Mrs. Eugene L. Walls, who, before her marriage on June 25, was Miss Margaret Suzanne McKee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David B. McKee of 600 Allen lane, Media. Mr. Walls is the sbn of Mrs. John Walls of Media and the late Mr. Walls. (Zimmerman photo) Mrs. W. Frtdtrick Behenna, who, before her marriage of June 25, was Miss Lynn* Ann Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Rogers of Swarthmore, formerly of Kansas City, Kansas. Mr. Behenna is the son of Mrs. Albert Be* henna of 11 Princeton av., Swarthmore and the late Mr. Behenna. (Zimmerman photo) Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Sehmld-i hauser of Ridgewood, N.J. an-| nounee the engagement of their dauthter, Miss Cecelia Elizabeth Schmidhauser and Robert G. Stevenson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Grogan Stevenson of Brookhaven road, Wallingford. Miss Schmidhauser is a graduate of Ridgewood High School and of Ohio Wcsleyan University. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. At present she is a teacher in home economics at Wayne High School, Mountain View, N.J. Mr. St-ovenson is* a graduate of Nether Providence High School, and is attending Ohio Wesleyan University. He is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. CallagharvGallagher Thi: marriage of Miss Sally Ann' Gallagher, daughter of Mrs, James! Gallagher of IKK) Drexel av., Drexelj Hill and the late Mr. Gallagher to i John W. Callaghan of the Bala apartments, Bala-Cynwyd, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William, J. Callaghan, was solemnized today; at fi a.m. in SI. Dorothy's ('alh-)j olic Church in Drexel liill. Rev Joseph P. Duress officiated. I; The bride, who was given in mar- , riage by her uncle, B. J. Unites.| wore a floor length gown of i ; white organdy with an clongatedl > torso, a square neckline and short' \ sleeves. The full skirt had an or- v ' Randy peplum and she wore a fingertip veil and carried a bouquetl of orchids and slephanotis. | Miss Nancy M. .Johnson of Gcr­ mantown, the maid of honor and Mrs. Edward T. Grairlz and Mrs. Donald R. Trilling the bridesmaids, wore street length gowns of pink embroidered organdy featuring a square nvckline, short sleeves and elongated torsos. They wore pink velvet headbands with short faeeipedic wards of the Valley Forge veils and carried bouquets of ru-JArmy Hospital, in honor of their J. WESLEY JONES JR. Volunteer Entertainer brum lilies. Nicholas A. Cipriani of Philadelphia, served as best man for Mr. Callaghan and II. Gordon l.oken, Thranarc Trilling, Donald Trilling, Gregory M. Heine nnd John C, Sheahan l.rd, acted as ushers. A wedding breakfast and reception at tliv Merion Tribute House followed the ceremony after which Mr. and Mrs. Callaghan left by plane for a 10-day stay at the Cambridge Beaches in Bermuda.| They will return on the Queen ofj Bermuda and will reside in the B:ila apartments. The bride attended Mater Mis-; erieordiae Academy and Rosemontj Mr. Callaghan attended Temple In Church Rites University High School and Temple University. son, Pfc. J. Wesley Jones Jr., stationed with the 81'rd Army Band in Germany. John, a pianist, vocalist and impersonator, has entertained more than 5.000 volunteer hours with the Red Cross, Chester Chapter, at the Valley Forge, Philadelphia Naval and Coalcsville Veterans Administration Hospitals, before reporting to Fort Jackson, S.C., and assign ment to Germany. Prominent Designer Sheath - Dress and Tunic- A Pattern for 4 Seasons Scotch Lass Is Bride Today \Aarriage Licenses Miss June Caroline Bell, daughter <>f Mr. and Mrs. James Hell of 7 Caledonian Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland, and Clyde M a r v i n I I'.ro.ulbolt Jr. son of Mr. and Applications for marriage li-,M,-^. Clyde M. Broadhelt of l'-'a ceiiMs at Media: ! Ashley road. Newtown Square, will William .1. Meredith, L '7. TiO '-'T'',„> united in marriage this aft-r- Locust sl., Philadelphia, and Jean aeon at :'..°.0 in the Marple Presby- P. Bender. 'Jl. \>\) Folsom av..; i"r,an Church in Broomallby Rev. Folsom. ! |v.]„ u >ih Stewart. , George K. Scene :ird. 10. 'J(i; The bride, who will be given in Hies,nut si.. Marcus Hook, and' marriage by .lames R. Lock wood, .Mary 1.. Nelson, IS, l()(i:> Dale will wear a gown of embroidered I road. Seeane. Lima Resident Weds in Elkton Mis.? Patricia J. Diffenbaugh, daughter of Clyde N. Diffenbaugh of Pennell road, Lima and the late Mrs. Amanda L. Diffenbaugh ond Harry Phipps, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phipps of Concord- P ATTERN M 184 by Esther Reifer Mr. and Mrs. James S. Abernathy of 339 W. State st., Media announce the engagement of thvir daughter, Miss Jessie M. Abernathy and Albert R. Talley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Talley of Aldan, and grandson of Mrs Albert R. Long of Media- Miss Abernathy is a graduate of Media High School and is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. in Lansdowne. Mr. Tallvy attended Media High School and is employed by the Keiser Taxi Service in Media. No date has been selected for the wedding. CICELIA E. SCHMIDHAUSER Betrothal Announced. Boyanek, Martha Ann Ruckle and Elaine Kyle of Trainer. A family dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, 3654 Dcepwater lane, Brookhaven, in honor of Mrs. Taylor's sister, Lt. Miriam E. Bittle who t :as just completed a two year tour of duty in the Naval Hospital in Japan, and is home on leave. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bittle, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fish er Sr., Mr. and Mrs. James Willis, Mr. and Mrs. William Glass, Miss Lcis Taylor, Nancy Taylor, Dean Miller, Lt. Bittle and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. -0— Mr. and Mrs. James A. Moss of Providence and Plush Mill roads Wallingford, will entertain today at their home from 4 until 7 p.m. for their daughter, Mrs. Robert Leedom of Whittier, Calif, who is spending some time with her parents. MRS. HARRY PHIPPS Married in Maryland ville, were united in marriage on Saturday afternoon July 2, in Elkton. Md. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, had as her only attendant, Miss Evelyn Edwards ot Chester Heights. .Mr. Diffenbaugh also acted as best man for Mr. Phipps. A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Plotts on Baltimore pike, Media, followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Phipps will reside at E35 N. Jackson st. Media. The bride was graduated in June from Media High School. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Okon entertained at a birthday party at their home, 1015 Chestnut st. Trainer, in honor of their daughter Cheryl Guests were Joan Mullett, Norman Guarinello of Boothwyn; Mr. and ?.lrs. Lester Berkheiser and grand son Harold of Aniline Village; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schreffler and children Bobby, Sandra and Linda of Eddystone; Mr. and Mrs. George Matzuras and children, Eleanor, Betsy and George Jr. of Aston Manor; Bonnie Okon, Mrs. Harry Schreffler, Mrs. Dot Gurecki, Sher ry Warder, Karen Boyanek, Judy The Frolic Club met on Wednesday at the home of Miss Angela Cimini, 617 E. 15th st. Those at« tending were Mrs. Tillie Fidorowicz, Mrs. Elizabeth DelGrande, Mrs. Helen Tucker, Mrs. Dora Cirilli, Mrs. Relda Cirilli, Mrs. Mary Momot and Miss Cimini. The next meeting will be held on Aug. i7 at the home of Mrs. Jean Papi, 131 W. Garrison road, Parkside. Media Divorces The following divorce suits have been tiled In Media: Msry E. McD. Ide. 5 Harwood av., Upper Darby, RRalnst Raymond F. Ide, 112 N. Carol blvd.. Upper Darby. Dorothy O. Johnson against Ingram T. Johnson, both of 135 Laurel road, Sharon Hill. Agnes Zimmerman. 10 W. provldene* road, Yearion. against Fred B. Zimmerman. 34 Marshall road, Sharon Hilt. Shirley 8. Latch. 130 S. Lynn blvd., Upper Darby, against Robert S. Latch, Riverton. N.J. Richard L. Smith against Phyllis J. Smith, both of 2 Norman st.. Oreen RldRe. Maymlc L. F. Folks against Ernest D. Folks, both of Naamanj Creek road, Boothwyn RD I. Francis C. Sargeant, 2 W. 2nd St., Media. aRalnst Elizabeth A. Sargeant, 621 Freedom road. Overlook Heights. Emma C. Snyder. »12 Baltimore av., Fernwood. against James C. Snyder, 2536 Meredith st., Philadelphia. Nylon was the first synthetic which showed promise as a textile fiber. GIFTS and SHOWERS for BABIES — BRIDES WEDDINGS and All Occasions FREE Gift Wrap SHALOM'S 661 Edgmont Avenue Chester, Pa. Here with a flare, the Tunic—top silhouette from Paris. In this ease, a complete ensemble to see you beautifully through the year! Esther Reifer (well-known to our readers for her becoming ways in design) inspired Ihi.s sophisticated outfit; the flaring tunic—fashion's newest way of paying a pretty figure compliment; sheath-dress beneath—sleek, slim, starkly simple. Not only wearable in summer (although it does wonderfully well in the black-and-white cotton original); hut again on cooler days in silk-linen, faille; for wintry weather in tissue wool, glamorous brocade, taffeta. The new silhouette adapts itself perfectly to so many fabrics; (lie total ensemble—a joy to sew and wear. Pattern Ml8-1 is available in Misses' Sizes 10, 12, It, 16, 18 and 20. Size 16 tunic requires 2^ yards 35-inch fabric; shcath-dress requires 3'i yards. Send FIFTY CENTS (in coins) for Pattern M181 to Chester Times. Pattern Department, P.O. Box 59. Old Chelsea Station. New York 11. N. Y. Please print plainly YOUR NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, STYLE NUMBER and SIZE. Alan by Joseph Frederick and Sons in| Wilmington. Stepien -Dunlevy ,1'hiladc Iphia. Miss Maryellen Rose Dunlcvy.j Thorn as A. MeNamee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter p r ,!m ..(,_ :m \ i.;n Pn v Future Bride Wortlungton of NctownlQjygp ShoWST U II H 'II and Philip Fox of New-! ,:,>\\n Square, and Robert Newby ot !.'>. S2S N\: N irnsiown. will be the ushers. C UT, 2 I, I Ray Harner will preside at the F. Dunlcvy o[ :;()0 Madison av. 171- v «n. Prospect Park, and Sgt. Thomas' '' A " lvm l,,,,h 1 h,l ' ,,l ''H Anthony Stepien, son of Mr. and' p•,<•,„., ,.• ,, .,- ... v . , ' , 1 I"" 1 llvir ,vll "' n fivm Mrs. Theodore Me.Minn of 1 M,, 1 /'' ' ; . ( dUn '.. J '' ^ ' s,l > ' h '>' <np <<> Harnegat. N. J., Mr. gue-te Row, Yonkers, N.Y.. took!?' 'J ' '''""S S ; Vm and lu.s bride will reside place on Saturday June IS ,n st/' ! t ' ''" lh ."".f''•»Ashley roar Rose of Lima Church in Newark/,, -1 -H i, r ' ^ v" • N ' !U;,,V v t 1 ,-vi 11 . 1 ,lW n. and l\it Kei >nan. 17. l...> N Kcv - J - OLoa, - v "»'<•'•"<•<»• .Iflth s:.. Phdadelphia. Miss Jean Bender of 121) Folsom aw Folsom, was guest of honor at a surprise bridal shower given on Wednesday, at the home of her godmother, Mrs. Chester Stansky ill Woodlyn by her bridal attend- Newtown' ai,,s: ^ lisscs Oorothy Bender, Mar The bride, who was given in mar- 1 John R. Dorsanco, : Denmark had :>!.'>,000 foreign vis- and Pa- iM's during the first eight months t llVat. ||Claymont Girl Becomes Bride r.i'olf and streamers of stain riage by her fath-.-r. had Miss Mir- Ul( ., ;) nmneit, 21. both of Ardnvin iani E. (Jiat/, ot Chester as maid of honor and Miss Juanita Hill Newark. N..I , as her bridesmaid John Mynarski of Yonkers. N was best man for Sgi. Stepien and - rhi , mitr;i:i ^ 0 „f M.ss Margaret w W'lliam Smith of Ridley Park, was (( _ p [r: j } j,ui.;h!er of Mr. and Mrs 1 the usher. 'O ciem^e Pugh ot 1107 Steilmg. Mr-. Janic A reception on (he Clipper Ship aV . ( claymont. Del., and C!i.tr!-s w.ut, ti.. in Newark, N.J. followed the cere- Raymond Roland. »t I'.M:* Aloxand- /i .ipiess gown of light bill, motiv. Sgt. and Mrs. Stepien left ' . iV _ Lnwaod, >..n of Mr.- '»v«*r mi and a nvl for a motor trip to Naigara Falls:>,i, lU ,|,. j»,,| am | of 121 Rosv st. \\or- a matching pieture hat andj|^ u |.| ( , v ^ -a:\ir- eari' ; al a nosegay of tiny yellow ^j rs they will reside with the bride's of the meeting of the Delaware County Auxiliary of Catholic Waf j Veterans Wednesday at S.30 p.m. j in the club unit (former convent) j of the Church of the Blessed Virgin , ,, ... JMarv, Main street, Darby. Mcm- guente Bender. Mary Artistole of:. , ,. . . . ' ... , . ,. . . , hers of the church unit Auxiliary Morton and Karon Ann Miller of.,,,,.,„ , ., ,, CWV will entertain at the conclu- HnK1k,, '' ,v^, • (sion of the business. Guests were Mrs. Jerome Bender. Mrs. Joseph Miller, Mrs. Rose Meredith, Mrs. Edward Iomeav- age, Mrs. Chester Stansky. Mrs. Antln.iiy Rousak Sr., Mrs. Anthony lo.usak Jr.. Mr.- Tells of Travel In Europe Mrs. J. Edmond Shrader of Lansdowne, a former president of the Delaware County Federation of Women's Clubs, now aboard the SS "Leda," enroule. home, took time out to write county friends: "Stopped at Stavanger, Norway, where wc had a sightseeing tour and introduction to Norway—everything looks prosperous, lots of folks traveling and we are able to get good coffee. Only 100 of the original 350 women who left the states weeks ago are making the trip; four are from Delaware County. "This is the part of the trip we have looked forward to, since arriving in Switzerland for the International Federation convention. All has been well, except for colds. We saw a great deal of London and the surrounding country; vis- Reports on the recent state con-|it c d the Shakespeare country and vention at Uniontown, along with!saw enough castles to last a life- other business, will be the topic itime. "Our trip across the English Next Week—Watch for Prominent Designer Release by 1 Phillips for Kit-hard fole. CWV Auxiliary Channel, from Ostend to Dover, was uneventful and calm. We have traveled by every means, and have covered some 5,000 miles, by bus, the best way to see Ihe country." Mrs. Shrader expects to arrive at her Lansdowne apartment next week after covering most of Eu rope except the Iron Curtain countries Glenolden Man Marries Today and Canada and upon their return. : n „, sl wa , solemn./ed on day .iliernoon Julv 2. in the parents until Ire is discharged from i ; a p tis i fhanh. the Marine Corps Aug. 7. Jark Lu(ii;im 0 (f K .i ;iU .,(. The^bride is a graduate of Pros- - rih , hr.de. who was -;\ bv Iter fallier. \\ The marriage of Miss Marguer- ouikling will follow the ceremony ,„e Elizabeth Douglas, daughter oflafter which Mr. McLaren and his Alex Rousak,: Wa((0 ,. nougias of 220 Stanley av.,-bride will leave for a trip to the ,v \n ,l ,va of Booth-! I", , V M, ' S ' Lnuis IUvertown. and Andrew McKay Poeonos and upon their return they . b-wth iP,.>n.ler. Mrs. John Ferconda. Missw, c] ........ son of John S McLaren will reside temporarily with the nvitron of honor, ---Kamn Ann Miller, Miss Susan Ann| J 1 ^.Tol av , G^noldenJbride's father. l - h ""'- :v,,ss K; « ,h >' Slansky. Miss! v . in bc snipmniv.od today at 2 p.m.' The bride attended Haverford in the Manoa United Presbyterian,High School and West Chester iss Geraldme Buckley.; c - mil . c . h Rov , Henrv L. Woll will'State Teachers College oseph Ich. Mrs. William Mil-: .ri, ' Mr. McLaren an assistant pur- Mar-' rosebuds tied with nbbon to match u . Vi Mrs . |, ollis ! vons> Mrs narrv l '; '« l ' chasing agent, attended Glen-Nor lov l,r Mlays, Mrs. Carl Lynns. Mrs. John', Tl ! 1 ' hr }^' who ,^ lU ^ ^^iHigh School and served two years " I'-''"-' ^ '^X ^'f Lys /c /„s/. Mrs. Sophie Miehme- h - v h ."'" ,a,lu ''' s " ]l a ^"'in'the Army Engineers, 13 months a in Au .livN V. Pugh. sisters of the,.,, v . Mrs . ., 0!U , nhino Ill7/;l Mt . s ,of ware embroidered nylon ttMe,_, .„,,,.,. ±_ t I 'cket. ShelB;,,),.,,,., , l()USaki M( . s j ;imps; . LATER'S Havi Hard-to-Find Sizis. TREMENDOUS SAVINGS SALE SAVE UP TO $5 ON FAMOUS Red Cross Shoes Rigularly to 12.96 Discontinuid New Styles It's DOUBET'S for WATCHES Buy yourwaUli where you would have it repaired. Miiporlrd ChaniJ! ;iia-na.':( ;o',\ -l of ,.nd lie', a lar sl. , v. iirl skat of net iiinuneil with the James R. Roland of Clr.-ster was p o)llar line. An iridescent coronet held: lies; man for his brother and Don ' her n.lon fin-.riip veil and she aid Tarbutton and Clifford Zim hridemaids. won- sum- Grace Artistale, 'Mrs Kram'is'lu^ :lM p|bow lonfi,h vcl1 ncld wi,n one in pink and one in A:i _-\j lss ) onnit , c v irti"'lin Miv 'P' 0 ' 1 ''^ n >'' on tul, ° headpiece and 'eph'siawik, Mrs'. Chute Anna''! 10 lwil, ,. CiUT ^ carnations, • slephanotis and babv s breath. o a br.d-.-. th lace l.-.r uow ii. ovej- sat .ii fa-.li: on, -,i w .ill > i I! ->'.\. They carried liny \a-llow j h.nliei- wuh long pouted r.'.eb-.ijs with streamers to match m ,j ^ rs j.-,.;,,,^ j ^ki,^ in :iluMo„ neck!,,r.- and a th-ir gowns. Also Dorothv I,avis\t,ss Fredia' Mv *' Jamos A ' Martln Jl '' o( kos, Mrs. Bertha Smith 11 " vnnUil ' M - thr m:,lron of honor .Miss Doris Kumiss M,. C '•" '• w.-ar a ballerina length gown n.lon fingertip veil and she aid Tarbutton and Clifford Zim- \V;, ln ; Ml .^ i of which were in Korea. Alfred .carr-.tl white o-ehals on a small nu rman wen- the usher lage. ^miiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiiii 'iii'i'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!'':; SUNDAY DINNERS NOW BEING SERVED IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED DINING ROOM Come In and Ulnv In Comfort HOTEL CLUBHOUSE 511 WELSH STREET, CHESTER = „ ,, 1!Jlllhs U(1I) , SltlHihihi4 ^'HWiuuiiiiiiiiiHmiiiiiiuitmiinitiimiiniiini^ nian -- May Sarol, rman Sutton, Mrs. Oi ( mbroidered nvlon over yellow A reception in the Sunday school _ a-ldoig followed Ihe ceremony, j = ! after which Mr. and Mrs. Roland; p,.,,^ s , 1 left for a motor trip to Daytonaj^ $ ' ' ' gi Beach. Kla. Upon taffeta and will carry an old-fash- Miss Peggy Walker i , u .in j M.ss Rtniiir. TI ,,,,,.,.. \t I " mof l houquet of yellow roses and •S- budd.ag followed Ihe ceremony,] J' h . ,. Ul1 ! ] h " as - ^ rs - t-'arolyn blu „ slJ ,, u '. flowPi : s . • ' M,S>S i i ;! , > VRJord0 "' , Mrs ' Mrs. Richard Partridge Jr. of W,lli-,», \i .r in " d] \ ,ack , s , an ' ! lla\vrtown and Mrs. Robert Bailev -ir return ,, u, >'I Odver Eoimds Mr! i ^i'''"^-') >'' S ' Levitlown. the bridesmaids, will will .'.-.ide a. Ill- Keystone road.;^^^^ similar gowns of embroider- Herb Lambert, Miss Marge Con- Si Buekmi.n \ = ' The bride was graduated from § Eddystone High School class of !• 1!M'I, and is a teletvjx- ..|.r .a.v. ivii ., =: w .th the duPont Co. in Wilming- 1 ' :u '- v : J toe. o imrs Mrs. Ben Petryk, Mrs. llugh!j' ,0y operator! ii ^r"t^ S *^ vn . i, ' 1 'C dcrickso "-!all wear headbands of matching id nyi'.ri over Wire taffeta and will carry yellow roses and blue straw flowers and they will Artisiate, Miss Mar-: fl.m-pr s ,um,e Bender and Miss Dorothy! 1 Mc-Laren of Glenolden. i will be best man for his brother Upper Chichester High) 'he marriage of Miss Bender and James A. Martin Jr., of Glen­ oid serv.-d in the ArmyjanJ William Meredith of Philadel- 1 olden and Benjamin L. Mansi Jr. g Mr. Roland, a heating mechanic 1 alien';. 2 Seho)i in Worms, Gei' phia, will take place on Saturday of Yeadon, will act as ushers. July 23 in Morton. ZEITZ'S PHARMACIES, INC. 3 Storeg to Serve You: Ninth & Highland Ave. 21st & Edgmont Ave. Ninth & Morton Ave. Prescription Specialists Our Ninth and Highland Ave. Store Hill Bo Open All Day Every Sunday FREE DELIVERY Ph. Chester 2-1586 "Our Firit Concern Your Prescription" A reception in the Sunday school^ w »w»ww >wwww1 g MORE SIZES! MORE STYLES! MORE COLORS! MORE COMFORT! Come in and see for yourself! You will find every type of shoe. Hundreds of classic and high fashion styles. All heel heights and Wedgies. Black, navy blue, green, red, brown, white, brown-and-white, and beige. Beautiful calfskins, patents, kidskins, and nylon combinations. RED CROSS Shoes are made with Combination Heels that grip snugly. Sizes 4 to 11, AAA to EEE. \o Hail or Phone Order*! All Sales Final! SLATER'S "The Home of Good Shoes" 618 EDGMONT AVE., CHESTER

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