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nOWTTCSTKH DEMOCRAT AND fHTKONTCLK WEDXKRDAY. JULY 21). 1!)I2 17 PAIITY i-LINE By JANE C. FALES IF Airn'rc oho tlic ii'ally sincere patriots who is willing 1 ' ii! lt into wiir work without 1" ti tit of t.'iilorcd uniform, vjllmir lo even sninc tilings u (ii.n't particularly like to !--tho (ilncr for you is tlic Volunteer licj'i-.t nil ion Nervier In Urn Civic Kxhlhltii liuil.llnK. t can linn Vi'il If you mo tilila k rul willing to - -Pain -ocks. Supervise children flt. play. riay dance music on a piano. Ti arh (irnniatirs. Tench crafts. Ti jtf h fl in inj. J'lun l.uilK'li. 1. f it sriK. S.'iucs of other things VUS staff rn. -rubers will he glad to explain to you if you call on them. Nary a day fcoes by, according to Mr.o. F. Kittcr Shumway and her staff down at the Civic Building, but what the VRS receives ral'.s for a widfi assortment of tnV- purh ss those mentioned. Porr.e of the work isn't very rxcit-inc it' a lit tie difficult, for rxam-p, for the averajre woman to mufter much patriotic fervor about ench a prosaic task as darning norks. But the VRS is there to help wherever help is needed, and when an institution rails In with a plaintive plea for its children's i!ockinf:s to he darned, Mrs. Shumway figures it's up to the VRS to help f.llt. And just a hint to the volunteer worker who really wants to be of utmost service. Offer to do the things which most NEED to be dorp (providing: you are capable of handling: them, of course) rather than the thinps you LIKE to do be.ct. Any organization depending upon volurfeer help is invariably faced frequently with the rather delicate ta,k of trying to fwrrve a surplus of assistance from a popular job to the. thin ranks of those tackling; an nn-popular one. It's the volunteer who says, "Where do you need me most?'' that delights the heart of those trying to get things done. Mis Margaret .Tameson of Ilichland Avenue is having a busy summer attending the Summer Institute at Yassar College, yis .Jameson, who graduated from Yassar in lf40 a a child ttidy major, is not only taking seminar courses and attending lectures, but also is directing in large measure the meals and activities of the four and five-year-old children. At the close of the sessions, she will make a round of visitis to friends in New York City, New Jersey, Long ' Inland and Connecticut before returning home. x- THE Landmark. Society the Society for the Preservation of Landmarks in Western New York, to be more precise is going to hold a special "open house'' at Whittles-ley House tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 5. with a talk by Ernest Vogel at S."0 on the recently-acquired furnishings of the home. All members are of course invited . . . You don't have to he a member, however, to vifiit the home any Monday or Friday afternoon from 12 to 6 during these summer months, and the Society is delighted to have ruesLi drop in and look over the lovely eld historic furnishings of the house. Add cradle roll: A daughter, Susan Klizaheth, born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. IiichaTd Redwood Ieupree Jr. of Cincinnati. Mrs. Peupree is the former Miss Hilda (Tinney) Taylor, daughter of the Joseph F. Taylors of Clover Street ... A son. James Timothy Jr., born July 21 to Mr. and Mrs. James Timothy Sullivan of West-fall Road . . . A 'daughter, Donna Ann, born Saturday in St. MaTy's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs.. Frank J. Got try of Hurst bourne Road. Mrs. Gottry is the former Mass Rernice Renaud. THE University Beach Club is planning a final fling before gasoline rationing, in the form of a broiler buffet eupper and dance Saturday evening. Reservations are necessary. Susan Thrift's Daily Menu A dash of coolness is one of the na n requirements in a summer Mising. For our informal company I efi rshmrnta to night we'll serve a cool fruit dnr.k and tasty bi- of little party fare to go w-i'h. it. Fruit Cooler 2 r-:ps orange juice lrup pineqp- p'p juice 3: i up lemon .ruire 4 t a b lespoons. honey 1 q. g-.nger ale 1 q iced water M;x fruit juices and honey and rh '.1 several houts. Add ginger ale f nd water. Serve in chilled glasses. Garri.'h with red cherries and mint lea vr s. Cheese I'uff 3 rtar-keis ' cup fciated cheese 2 tablespoons butter 1e;ispoon prepared mustard 1 teaspoon chopped olive 1 rcc white 'n teaspoon salt Spiead crackers with rest of ingredients combined. Bake or broil b mirutes or until well puffed. -X- -K RKRVING ABOUT 15 Fruit Cooler ( In eve Puffi Tarty Squares . Tatriotic Cookies JW,, ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Helen M. Williams to Lieut. Deloss Atkinson Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Deloss M. Rose of Alameda Street, has heen announced by her mother, Mrs. John M. Williams of Flower City Park. Miss Williams attended Edgewood Park Junior College and was graduated from Nazareth College. Lieutenant Rose is a graduate of Cornell. SCANNING THE OCIAL HORIZON 1SS Katherine Matteson, XeAv York City, is the guest of Mrs. Lockwood Doty, Hawthorn Street. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer K. Anstice, East Boulevard, entertained in their home Monday pvening in honor of Miss Matteson. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan McDowell, Clover Street, have returned from Nantucket, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Sheldon, Beverly Street. -it-Mrs. Joseph F. Taylor, Clover Street, has returned from Cincinnati, where she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Richard Redwood Deupree Jr., and Mr. Deu-pree. - Mrs. John C. Kurtz, Lake Shore Boulevard will entertain her bridge club at luncheon in her home today. j Mrs. Hiram Sibley, East Avenue, entertained at a birthday party in her home yesterday in honor of the seventh birthday of her daughter, Nancy Sibley. Mrs. Andrew Townson 2nd, Colby Street, is spending several weeks with Mrs. Kenneth Townson, Ar-gyle Street, who is occupying her cabin in the Bristol Hills. -x- Miss Suzanne Gardner, Audubon Street, entertained at a picnic supper at her home last evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgers, Huntington Hills, entertained at dinner in their home Saturday in honor of Mrs. Rufus Wesson, for-'merly of Rochester, who is the Cest of Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. vejoy Jr., Buckland Avenue. . Miss Jane Fairchild, East Avenue, will leave net week for Lake Clear In the Adirondacks, where she will spend several weeks. . Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Baird, East Avenue, are visiting Mrs. Baird's mother, Mrs. William A. E. Drcscher. East Avenue, who is oc-! cupying her summer home at Lake Placid. -x- -x- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Mohr, who has been spending a few days with Mrs. Mohr'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Stevenson, Parkview, have returned to their home in Oliver Street. Mrs. Carl S. Hallauer, Rutgers Street, will entertain at. luncheon Friday att the Genesee Valley Club. -x- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Forsyth entertained at a supper party Saturday evening at their supper home at Forest Lawn. Mrs. Harry Garfield, Landing SUNSHINE FEATHER PERMANENT Be in style with a Sun- Q shine feather haircut V permanent, all the curls you want, easy to take care of, no hair pins needed. SiJfJSHIflE 4 Road, will be hostess at luncheon tomorrow to her bridge club. -it-Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Slade, Berkeley Street, entertained at dinner last evening in their home. Miss Jane Ewell, Westminster Road, Is spending the week at Pleasant Point Club, Lake Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Palpey, whose marriage took place early in the month, have returned from their wedding trip and are residing at the Vassar Apartments, Park Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William Erskine, Penhurst Street, were guests over the past weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Erskine, Melrose Street, at their summer home at Conesus Lake. -3t- ( -Jt- Mrs. Clifford H. Keller, Cobbs Hill Drive, will entertain her club at luncheon Friday at her cummer residence in Edgemere Drive, x- -x- Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler H. Earl, their daughter, Mrs. Frederick Reinheimer, and Mr. Reinheimer of Clover Hills Drive entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bridgeman of i'ltteford over the weekend at the Earl summer home at Sodus Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leavens, Penhurst Street, moved yesterday to their new residence In Home Acres. H- -)f - Mr. and Mr. Arthur Morrison. Westminster Koad, are spending ii,. .,t . . . S rTn.nS thyVumr hme at Canandajcrua Lake. -x- Mr- "nd Mrs. Orl Travpr. Cobhs Hill Drive, entertained at a picnic ;supper Saturday evening. "X- Mrs. Carl S. Potter entertained at. a picnic supper Friday evening at her summer residence at Hilton Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel D. Goldman of San Gabriel Drive arc vacation-! ing at the Park Hotel, Burleigh1 Falls, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph K. Genth-! ner of Blossom Road have returned from a short vacation at Conesus; Lake. Capt. Fred Lennox of Castlebar Road has returned to Napier Field, Ala., accompanied by Mrs. Lennox, who will remain there a few weeks. HAIRCUT yt "tr I 113 E. MAIN ST. 603 W. MAIN ST. 489 MONROE AVE. Sheldon-Nichols 1 Rites Held in Mumford TWO Mjlttirhan weddings of social interrst necurrod Saturday afternoon one in M ii m ford and one in Mmdon. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Clm rips Nichols in Mtnnford vis Hip m'cih1 of the mainiii' of their daii'tliter, Miss .Kliza-beth Nichols of Pulaski, and W. Robert Sheldon, son of Mrs. Rlanche Sheldon of Sandy Creek. The Rev. P. C. MacLeod, pastor of the United l'reshyterian Church of Mumford. performed the double ling ceremony. The In Mr, who wm given In mtmliifce by tier father, wuif gown of white summer satin with lingertop veil and carried white roses and sweet peas. Her only attendant was her Bister, Miss Evelyn Nichols, who wore yellow marquisette and carried a colonial bouquet of blue and yellow flowers. Ernest Stevens of Pulaski was best man. A reception followed the cere mony, after which the couple left for a wedding trip. They will reside in Pulaski. The bride is a graduate of Cornell University, and the bridegroom of Albany Business College. Crane Lord Also on Saturday afternoon was the marriage of Miss Hazel Arlene Lord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornell A. Lord of Honeoye Falls, and Carlton Charles Crane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Crane of this city The Rev. George C. Conrad re ceived the vows in the Mendon Presbyterian Church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of French marquisette en train, and 'a shoulder-length veil falling from a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried white Killarney roses tied with white satin ribbons. Mrs. Duane Rumsey, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, gowned in yellow chiffon, and Miss Wilma Powell and Miss Jean Bur- meister, in blue chirion, were bridesmaids. Miss June Lord, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. She wore pink marquisette. All carried roses. Wesley Crane Jr. was best man for his blither, and Leslie Lord of Honeoye Falls, brother of the bride, and Dune Rumsey, also of Honeoye Falls, ushered. A reception in the home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. After a honeymoon in the Adirondacks, the couple will reside in Honeoye Falls. 1 Avis Brooks Is Bride V ESTM INS TER Presbyterian W Church was the scene Satur day afternoon, July 18, of the wedding of Miss Avis Brooks, daugh ter of Mrs. Katharine D. Brooks of Rossiter Road, end Homer J. Bliss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ii. iBliss of Genesee Park Boulevard. The Rev. Gordon Mattice, D. D., received the vows. The bride's sister, Mrs. Walter S. Speir, was her only attendant, and Gerald R. Bliss was best man for his brother. After a wedding breakfast at Green Gables, the couple left fori a honeymoon in Northern New-York and Canada. They are now residing at 4-t Goodman St. N. Mrs. Bliss is a graduate of Syracuse University and did graduate work at Columbia University and the University of Rochester. She is a member of the staff of the Memorial Art Gallery and a teacher of art in East High School Annex. Mr. Bliss, who attended the University of Rochester, is an announcer and educational director on Station WHAM. On Today's Calendar' 1 p. m. Genesee Valley Garden Club, picnic luncheon, home of Mr. Gaylord D. Brown, Renouf Drive. 2 p. m. St. Margaret Mary's Altar Society, dessert garden i c nr j parry, nome or ivirs. cuwin Heisinger, St. Paul Boulevard, 5 ' , , . . r . " "V " . . tne jiivi-wrt, meeting in nome of Mrs. Mortimer Adler, Brunswick Street. 4 p. m. 17th Ward Women's Republican Club, annual picnic, Ontario Beach Park, Grounds 4. New under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs not rot dresses or men's shins. Docs not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. On be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly (tops perspiration (of 1 to 3 days. Prevents odor. 4. A pure, white, greaseless, stainless vanishing cream. 5. Awarded Approval Seal American Institute of Laundering harmless to tabtics. T TrTl TrV TT IT I 0uoroin.d by flllTK. IT!. A AJI H...l.M,.ni . tmm mm mm mm mmi mmm .aw , . "JOf Bay a Jar today at Mjr .lore Mlling W J tollrt pnoHt (al.o in lOt and 59 1 jar.) j Recent Wedding Rites Reported in Rochester Area Allen Baker The marriage of Miss Mary Adair Raker, daughter of Seth Raker of Plffnrd nod Mis. Irn Tinker of South Union Street, to Renjamin Francis Allen of Alexander Street, son of X1 p it n (1 1 r ' ... , Carney Allen of ; New Woodstock, took Place Wednesday afternoon, July 22, in tlin First Baptist Church of Canandaigua. The Rev. Taul Arow, pastor, received the As - Mutrr MI5S Al.l.KN VOWS. j The bride was given in marring by F.mmett Stiibeniod of thin city, ller gown was of dusty loan t-iepf, with which she wore a blue picture hat and accessories and carried led and white roses. Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Maxine Baker, who wore a blue frock with rose hat and accessories and carried pink roses and blue delphinium. John Tuttle of Rochester 'was best man, and Richard Rrew, also of Rochester, ushered. After a wedding breakfast and reception at the home of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Arow, the couple left for a honeymoon in Michigan. After Saturday they will make their home at 79 S. Union St. Mrs. Allen is a graduate of the Kastman Dental School nrA attended Geneseo Normal School and Nazareth" College. Mr. Allen was graduated from Cazenovia Academy, and attended Mechanics Institute. . udson A nd erson Miss Barbara Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ander son of Chicago, became the bride of G. Raymond Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hudson of Coolidge Road, July 9 in the Bryn Mawr Co mmunity Church in Chicago, A reception wa.s held in the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson left im M KS in nsov mediately afterwards for San An- tonio, Tex., where Mr. Hudson is affiliated with the Army Air i-orces at Kelly Held. Both he and Mrs. Hudson are graduates of Denison University. ' Lovell Bloomer Miss Rose Geraldine Bloomer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bloomer of Alexander Street, became the bride of Pfc. Robert Lovell of Camp Blandi ng, Fla., July 11 In the Riverside Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville, Fla. The Rev., William A. officiated. X- MRS Cleveland, D. D Berwind Owen Miss Greta Owen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith of Honeoye, became the bride of Pvt. Raymond Berwind, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berwind of Joseph Avenue, June 24 in Blessed' Sacrament Church. The Rev. Thomas F. Connors officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Monica Berwind, sister of the bridegroom, and William Singer were the attendants. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bridegroom's parents. After a brief honeymoon, Private Berwind returned to Fredericksburg, Va., where he is stationed. olmes Stone Big Moose Chapel In the Adirondacks was the setting for the July 4 wedding of Miss Janet Stone, daughter of George Stone of Niagara Falls, and William Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Holmes of Syracuse. Dean Thomas Wearing of Colgate - Rochester Divinity School officiated. Miss Ruth Franr. of Niagara Falls was the bride's only attend ant, and John Holmes of Syracuse was his hrother's best man. Lieut. George Stone, USNR. of New York City, brother of the bride, Bernard Metzoer of Montclair, N. J., and in, 'face cloth 1 mm- THE WHITE SOAP, THE EIGHT AP FOR LAUNDRY AND DISHES T fi ft i )v I y -Ws. I John Gilmore of Syracuse ushered. The ceremony was followed by a j reception at the summer home of the bride's father. The couple honeymooned at the Thousand Islands,- and are now living at 130 Clarcwell Ave., Upper Montclair, N. .T. ' ..... ...... n h Mr ntwl AT t Inn nil ll ri ' craduntes of tlin University Rochester. Kittle- Young MIpm Hlir.fthclh .Imou Young dniiKliter of Mr. and Mm. Ft'Hiik H Young of Van Bergh Avenue, was married July 18 in St. Mark's and St. John's Church to Pfc. Harold Burton Kittle of Fort Benning, Ga.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Kittle of jiiciiuitiini jivi ruie. inc iicv. rrann ti : .. i . - l I . rt i , , l, . R- f isher officiated. Miss June Young, sister of the bride, and Donald Kittle, cousin of the bridegroom, were the attend ants.' After a short wedding trip, Private Kittle returned to Fort Benni:ig. X- -X- Newton de Doelder Miss Bertha de Doelder, daughter of Jacob de Doelder of Kron Street, was married Juno 20 in Ashury First Methodist Church to Ralph James Newton, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Newton of East Rochester. The Rev. Weldon F. Crossland, D. D., officiated Mrs John de Doelder and Burgess Neyton, brother of the bridegroom, were the attendants, and John de Doelder of Newark And Merwin Orser of this city ushered. Mr. and Mrs. Newton are living at 70 Wilmington St. Coan McGinn The marriage of Miss Margaret Anne McGinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McGinn of Brockport, to Harold Everett Coan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Coan of Spencerport, took place May 30 at , . , "' . .7 - ' . ' .Kev. .t-aui iL,. rune oniciated. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robb of Spencerport were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Coan are living in Brockport. -X- Sams Galcntinc Miss Norma Galcntine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Galcntine of Atwell Street, was married May 30 at the Church of the Master to Elbert Sams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sams of Talm Street. The Rev. Glenn Bucher officiated. Miss Evelyn Li.isow wa maid of honor and Miss Edith Rogers ; bridesmaid. Frank Merrill of Buf ifa1o was best man, and Kenneth - j - v i hi ff a f i i - W 3 ; : . v3 VV. ,Murdock and Everett rrison ushered. Mr. ond Mrs. Sams arc living at!,. ,,. . . , ,. . , . . .. U., . At well Street. Fink Brady Mi.ss Alvira Rita Brady, dnugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J, Brady i i i ...... ... i , ' ; "'iJuly IS in St. Helen's Cluiich to ... ii i in i, ii ii tii vi'i m inn r I'll . . t . , ,i jjemer nciuios usnereo. Armand F. Fink, on of Mr. and! Mrs. Armand W. F,nk of Buffalo! Following the ceremony, a recrp-Road. The Rev. Bone her .1. Sulli-j'i"" "r the bridal couple and th ,'v,,n lecelvr.t the vow. Th tu l.ln, givni III iiimi i lnc.r l.y her father, wore t gow n of w hit.i satin and a long tulle veil falling from a halo of orange b'.ossonis. and carried a white prayer book covered with white roses tied with 1 . u : i . .. : V, I . wnm: i luuuns. Mrs. William Mct.inni was mn iron of honor, and Mus .Mane lllgglns and Mis. Charles Te-ill were bridesmaids. Clarence FinU , , , x . . , , - . was best man, and Martin Fink and: Raymond Fink ushered. A wedding breakfast at the Spring House was followed by a reception at the Dutch Mill. After j a short honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs, I Fink will reside at 10 Gardiner i Ave. Van Derzell Smith Miss Eleanor Smith of Oxford Street, daughter of Mrs. Charles Gerlach of Penfield, was married July 18 to Donald James Van Derzell, son of Mrs. Harold Gramkee of Landing Road. The Rev. Har-leigh Rosenbrrger, pastor of the Baptist Church of Fairport, offi ciated. Miss Helen Elizabeth Shannon and Maurice Dowd were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Van Derzell ate living at 120 Brunswick St. x- -x- Schlaefer Haynes Miss Hazel M. Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Haynes V ' 1 .. ..IClll J .V.I1V1, . , tl.t UIUII1I.U , . fl M30, the 25th wed- ding anniversary of her parents, in the St. Mark's and St. John's Episcopal Church to Frank J. S c h 1 a e fer. js on of Mrs. Florence !S c h 1 a e f e r of Meigs Street, formerly of East Eloomfield, and the late Mr. Schlaefer. The Rev. Frank R. Fine Arts M US S( II I. A i; I KR, Fisher officiated. Mrs. Elsie L, Webster, sister of ,a nmnii ii 1 I'n iiii-mnrm-anirMi . .? w V Every Sibley 1 mk' "i IS A HELPER OF UNCLE SAM! Ready to Sell You U. S. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS and BONDS "Right Over the Counter" Yes! Sibley's "army" hundreds slrong, is helrln YOU to help UNCLE SAM by buying War Savigs Stamps and Bonds. Wherever and whenever you shop t Sibley's you may purchase your regular supply of stamps and bonds. Ask any salesperson to help you ... no need to "go out of your way" ... no need to take extra time. Stamps will be provided immediately. Your bonds will be completely filled out and in your hands just a few - minutes after filling out the usual application. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS AND BONDS BOOTH IN THE CENTER OF OUR MAIN FLOOR For your additional convenience we've established a booth right in the heart of our Main floor, where you may buy U. S. War Savings Stamps and Bonds. BUY AS MANY AS OFTEN the bride, was matron of honor, I and the bridesmaids were Mrs. " i . r i u i i v. ilia i', nir groom, and Miss Ilcne Samon.i, cousin of tlin btidfi. llaiold G, llaynca, twin brother of th bride. was best man, and Edward J. , i . . t ..... i laynra jr., anoiner nroir.er, ana . . ; hrulo patents was held at tn j .vnra noiiin, .Mr. nnii Aim. Schla. fcr took a weatern trip, and 'n,,e now at home at 70 Savannah ' St -x- Perry Murawski Miss Florence. E. Murawski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murawski of Portland Avenue, w untitled June 21 in the Church cC :ii.u v..itiniii iiii...i Vfi.... a r... i ur .inii,n v. i iiiif.ii. ... u , iu a.i. , y, ' ' Mrs. George Avenue. Ferry of Pullman For Accurate WATCH REPAIRS WATCH BANDS 1.00 to 8.25 Dependable service by trained specialists. Moderate prices; use your charge account. VATCH REPAIRS, A1GLE A Salesperson AS YOU CAN . . . AS YOU CAN! m . ha m sir 2 j liniiimiriin b". . , m mmim aaiimaj -o Aiai tk ax m i m m

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