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10 City Women To Stage Play The Young Woman's club drama department, in conjunction with the drama department of the Jersey Shore Woman's club, will present a play, "When Shakespeare's Ladies Meet" in the local woman's clubhouse, Dec. 2, according to plans made this week at a meeting of the Young Woman's department. Miss Gloria Weeks is drama chairman of the flub. A meeting was conducted last night by the department at the home of Miss .lane Ralslnn, Wanamassa it was decided that the American home department of which Miss Emma Willis is chairman will meet on the third Thursday of each month, in the clubhouse Miss Kath-ryn Allen is president of the club. The music department. Miss Em-mi Bruce chairman, will have a meeting of her department Nov. 11, at her home. 36 Bath avenue. Ocean Grove. To Make Surgical Dressings Mrs I. P. Goodwin, welfare chairman, announced that the club members are asked to make suigul dressings Mondays and Tuesday nights. The U. S. O. chairman. Miss Winifred ("lark, anil her commilloe. will serve Nov. 15. There will be an executive board meeting Nov. 3(1, at the home of Mis. Goodwin. 10 Walnut avenue. Wanamassa. Miss Jane Branson gave a resume of the slate Junior Women's clubs conference in Newark. Oct. 2J. The club has sold, since June. worth of war stamps and $1,125 worth of war bonds Those attending the meeting were Gloria Nubile. Miss Allen. Pearl Scott. Lorraine McGee. Kileen Moo-ney. Mildred Gundaker. Jeanne Coy-le. Mrs Harriet I'ullen. Mrs. Kileen Motenhecker, Gloria Weeks, Kmma K. Willis, l.ily Marr. Jane Ralston. Jean 1) Bliss. Nila Schoen, Virginia Gravatt. Wlnilred Clark. Reta Murphy, Faustina Bean. Doris Sew. Jean Williamson, ida Willis. Mrs. Harry C Webb. Mrs Goodw in. Mrs John Willis Mrs Bijou Kanre. Mis. James P. Van Schoick. .ir . Mrs. W. K Swenarton and Mrs " Joseph .1. Coupe, senior advisor, Manasqiian Music I'lipil To Prpsrnl Recital Toiiilsl MAN ASQl'AN Pupils of the Manasqiian Conservatoire of Music of Mrs Joseph C. Jordan will present a rental tonight at R o'clock in the social hall of Hie Methodist church Among those who will participate will he Miss Joan Applegct, Miss Mary Anderson. Miss Shia Lansing. Miss Janet Ann DeHow. Miss Audrey Mien. Miss h'thel Mae Griggs. Miss Gisrla Hermann. Miss Mary Jane Norris, Miss fiances Peters, Miss Patricia Schneider. Miss Marlene llankins. Miss Virginia Saner. Miss Geraldine Gamcllo. Miss Gail Lansing. Miss Gloria Hurley. Miss Leona Kraut.. Miss llelga Hermann. Miss Joan Cullman. Kdward Cornelius. Donald Stokes. Harry Millar and Lnn Parry. Pride of Park Council (leleltrales lirllula Pride of the Park council. Sons and Daughters of Liberty, mel Thursday evening birthday party was celebrated and I here was a covered dish social The next meet-jug will be Nov. 18. The honored guests were Mrs. Frances Phelps. Mrs. K.clna Swain. Mrs. Henrietta Poller. Miss Marie Perdunn, Miss Harriet lluilcv. Miss Laura Megill and Mis. Florence Weston Others present were Mr and Mrs Joseph Aspes Miss K.ditli (lowland. Miss Isabel Garrison Mrs Josephine How land, Mrs Hester Tilton. Mrs, Mamie Lyon. Mrs. lamella Emmons. Mrs Viola Polheiuus. Mrs Sophie Hurley. Miss Mane Perdunn. Mrs. Mary Writ-lit. Mrs Sarah HiiKait. Mr and Mr. William Brand and Mi.s Marion Hunt T8TH-ANNUAL ROLL CALL West llrlniai Mrthoiliit Church Nor. 5. inn II iiu IKl(i I RSHIH 1 no UK. II II III MMIR ', III lH. , I . UK SKI' lift .1! Mii'ir for F. h SrrvK l MlKMtx RII.H. rlr Ballard Methodist Church Ashurv Ave. and I'inr SI. Ktw. Jomp S rvnlierioi. Mmrifer I0:4.' A. M IIOI.V ( IIMM1 M(l : in p. i "BKSKIMS OR JKM S" TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ashiirr and (.rand Avenues Ren. H W CONKU.V. Ph II.. Htclot IMAM -HutT loanultn IS A. M I'harrh SrHonl II (Hi A. SI llolf I nmmiinion "AT THE LAST II TOHV REFORMED CHURCH Grand Avenue Corner of Small SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7 Divine Worship 11 A. M. Sermon hv KKV, OTTO MOHN "THE THINGS OF GOD" I KI.l t M AKHKN Oi(.uiil U.NIK WINMIK hJinisI JOHN S( Tlll.l.tNti t'fllul Sunday School 10 A. M. Si- - r AM if EVANGELISTIC SERVICES VOVIMKIR IIIHI 2 1st EVANGELIST JACK RUTLEDGE A Spirft fillett mitt irrth a rnl mmaqe ALLENW00O PRjTESTANT CH JRCH JOHN J. MrCALL, Pallor I: To Be Married Tomorrow .MISS KMMA GOI.IIKR Miss Kmma L. Gnlder. Neptune City, was given a miscellaneous bridal shower and dinner on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Klu.abetb Delicti, filfi Main street, Avon. Miss Golder is to become the bride of LI. W. Lee Yarnall, jr., Neptune, tomorrow at Hamilton. Those attending were Miss Irene W'eisgald. Miss Charlotte F.ldridge, Miss Hose W'olfson, Mrs Beatrice Kiev. Mrs. Kslhel Irwin. Miss Klhel Karbcr and Mrs. Mildred Hooper. Ocean Crove Club .Makes Daiitr Plans The Ocean Grove Junior Woman's club met at the clubhouse on Thursday evening for its regular business session. Miss Harhara Felilman, the president, presided. Plans were formulated for a formal dance, the lime and place to be announced. The members will make squares for a Hed Cross afglian. At the December meeting there will be a wreath-making contest. New members welcomed into the ( lull ate Harhara Slubb. F.thel Trimmer. Janice Macaulay. Lois Pol he-mils, Joan Sherburne. Veronica Gorman. Jane Severs. Kuth McClelland. Hull) Hannah. Marie Stout. Frances Platl and Dorris Alexander. I.t Margaret Clarke, of the local Wae recruiting office, spoke lo Hie members, giving them inlormation as to requirements, and telling of the need for women and girls to join in order to release men for active combat duty. The next regular meeting will be Dec 2 Those present were Grace Bcb-rens. Barbara Stiihb, Kleanor Borden, Kthel Trimmer. Janice Carpenter. Janice Macauley. Harriet Clark. Lois Polbemiis. Gloria Cornelius. Joan Sherburne, Marion Donahay, Veronica Gorman. Barbara Felilman, Jane Severs. F.velyn Gant. Until McClelland. Audrey Hansen. Kuth Hannah. Betty Johnson. Marie Stout. Hose Knox. Fiances Plait. Florence Pelold. Dorris Alexander. F.dith-ane Porter. Melva Powell. Jane Keighton, F.laine Hunner, and Betty Shipniau. Pocahontas l.odc To Mark AnniwiaiA Pontoosuc council. Degree of Pocahontas, had a regular meeting this week in Moose hall, this city. Mrs. Florence Ink. Hie Pocahontas, presided. The sick committee of Mrs Kdna Paiker. Mrs Anna Lyon and Mrs I uk will lake charge of visitations Mrs Hebecca Wainu right w as reported ill Plans for the anniversary of the Indue will lie made at the next meeting Dec 7 Mrs Helen Thompson is the general chairman The ways and means committee will have a public card party in the lodge room Nov J(l Mrs Margaret Wanscr is the chairman. Mrs Gladys Kelly was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Agnes M Capibianco. district deputy; Mrs Klsie Mantner. past senior deputy; and Mrs Maigaiet Wanscr. past Pocahontas, were in charge of the ceremonies The chairman of the hirthdav social and refreshment committee, Mrs Anna Lyon, requested all members to tiring in envelopes at the next meeting for the Christmas party at the last meeting in December The special award of the evening went to Mrs I nk and the attendance award to Mrs Lyon Refreshments were serevd after the meeting In Mrs. I.von assisted by Mrs. I uk and Mrs Wanscr. Lou- ISram-li W.C.T.l. To Haw ( .luitmas I'artv LONG B It ASCII The Long Branch W. C. T I', conducted its regular meeting Thursday A playlet. "The Coming of Annabell." was given Those who look pail were Mrs, Jennie May West. Mrs. Samuel Osborne. Mrs Thomas Pederson and Mrs. Arthur Stralton A solo was sung by Mrs Samuel Osborne and a poem. "Harvest Tune." was read by Mrs William .lordou A Christmas party is planned for Dec 3 at Asbury Methodist church. Others present were Mrs George Hauliers, Mrs, Charles Cook, Mrs. Herbert Johnston, Mrs Charles Hoyt and Mrs. Howard Shipps. First Methodist Church ASHI RY rHK MmUlfr I AKI ISI K t. Ill KHVHO, D.D. Moiniin Worship al 1 1 "LEST WE FORGET" Fvrnini Sri virr al , : "A SHIP WAS WRECKED ON OUR BEACH" First Baptist Church Grand nd Third Avtnutl r. RU86KLL PURDY. DD, Pa.itor 19:4.1 A. M, "LOHII. TKAUI I S TO I'KAV" " AS P M. "I TOl.l) vor SO" Fvenlni wrvlrr hirwdra.l (rum II lo 'rlnrk nter Wf'AP mil kllm-Trle.) ASBURY PARK EVENING PRESS (THE EVENING NEWS), SATURDAY, Bridal Date Set For Jane Krom (Special to The Press l NEW YORK The marriage of Miss Jane Krom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Krom, Spring Lake, and Ensign Allen II. Grammer, U. S. coast guard reserve, will take place Nov. 13 in New York. The ceremony will be performed in the Peroquet room at the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria by the Rev. E. Scott Farley, Baptist minister of Suffield. Conn. A reception will follow. Bridal attendants will be Mrs. C. P. Doniiely, New York; Miss Ruth Grammer. sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Jeanne Morris. Havana, Cuba Harold Welrher, Metuchen, N. J , will be best man and the ushers will he J Drew Bet., Ger-mantown, Pa., and Ensign Kenneth Read. Hloomlleld. N. J. The bride will wear an ivory satin gown, made with a marquisette yoke, embroidered in pearls, and a long train, also a short illusion veil. She will carry a shower bouquet. The attendants will wear talfeta gowns of periwinkle and of fuschia. made with marquisette yokes and full skirts. After a honeymoon in (he south, the couple will live at New River. N. C . where Ensign Grammer is sta-t loncd The bride attended Madeira school, Greenway, Va , Krskine .school. Boston, Traphagen School of Design and Katharine Gibbs school. New York. Ensign Grammer was graduated from the William Penn Charter school, allended the University of Pennsylvania and was graduated from Princeton university, lie is a member of the Campus club of Princeton. He is Hie son of Mr. and Mrs Allen L. Grammer, Monlclair and Meadow brook. Pa. Class Coiilrihiitw s For Thanksgiving Donations for the Thanksgiving baskets, to be given by the Anne Willman Bible class of the First Methodist church, were contributed last nighl al a meeting of the class at the home of the presidenl. Mrs. Sarah Lee. First avenue, this city. Mrs Waller Sees is chairman of the friendly service committee The annual Christmas parly Dee. 10, will he in the form of a covered-dish supper, in the church dining-room. Reports were given by Mrs. Harry 11 Jones, treasurer: Miss Mildred Stelle. secretary, and the committee chairmen Mrs Harry Tier was in charge of the devotions Those attending were Mrs Elizabeth Harvey. Mrs Samuel Fulton. Mrs. Sees, Mrs. W. P Sherman. Mrs. Eleanor Brown, Mrs. Christine Deiilchcle. Dr. and Mrs Carlisle L. Hubbard, Mrs Lrroy Thorns. Mrs. William Henderson. Miss Grace Segai'. Mrs Frank McPerson. Mrs Arnold Pfister. Mrs Richard Grafe. Mrs Harry liaison. Mrs. William Jordan. Mis, A. M White. Mrs. Arthur II Hope. Mrs. Mary Watson, Mrs, G G Hamilton. Miss Florence Wakefield. Miss Louise Haiiine. Miss Mary Bartine, Miss Helle Keutgen and Mrs. Tice. I 'oi nt l'l'iiaiit I ;i Day Haisrs $2iH) for Tumi (Special to The I'ressi POINT Pl.F.ASWr B EACH - The Point Pleasant Junior Woman's club war service department sponsored a tag day recently for the benefit of the army field ambulance fund, and $JUU was realized An aw aid was piesented to Jane Gilbert, Parkway, a Girl Seoul, for selling the most tags by the girl aides and Edward Fra.ee was given a reward for selling the most by the boy aides. Members of the club who assisted were Miss Catherine Reynolds chairman, assisted by Mrs. Jack Cosse. Mrs Bruce Wright. Mrs. liar-old Petersen Mrs Walter Campbell. Mrs. William Toole, jr.. Miss Maisie Parker. Miss Constance W'idner, Miss Jacqueline MacConuell, Mrs. Edmund ltriggs. Miss Eileen Letts, and Mrs Florence Gibey. 1 6 (Jarincnts ( !inplrtPl l! Oalvliiiot hVtl Cro-s Members of the Oakhiirst Red Cross auxiliary have completed 16 garments, according to a report given at a meeting this week Those attending were Mrs. William Dela Motte, Mrs Louis Dietrich Mrs Mrs. Fred Schult. Mrs Richard Pieper. Mrs. Edward De Meter. Mrs. Clifford Bowne, Mrs George Ellis. Mrs Wallace Harsley, Mrs Richard Meess and Mrs. Thomas Kelly. At a recent card party $119 was realized (or Hie unit llimoml al Shmwr KEVPOKT-Mrs Robert Poling. Third street, was honored at a surprise shower al the home of Mrs Chester Poling, Fulton street, given by Mrs. Poling, Mrs Raymond Wallace and Mrs Alton While Those attending were Mrs. Alden Green of New Brunswick, Mrs George Finger. Mrs. Rose Hansen, Mrs. Claude Hay nor. Mrs Alhn Lee. Mrs LeHoy Aumack. Mrs Carl Cook. Mrs. Stanley Poling. Mrs Edward Levine. Mrs. Wilfred Wilson, Mrs. Cecil Dallenbach. Mrs William Nagel. Mrs Charles Koemg. Mrs. James Sheldon. Mrs Russell Travers, sr , Mrs Edward Post. Mrs Chester Williams, Mrs Daniel Harris. Mrs. ernon llairis and Mrs. Ralph Wallets. uii (Hull to Hear .Nolan The Avon Woman's club will have its regular meeting on Thursday al 2 110 o'clock at the club room The program will he in charge of the civics and legislature departments. The speaker will be James P Nolan, of the Asbury Park Press, whose subject will be "Newspapers and Their Part In the War " Mrs. Hayr lo Speak. The regular meeting of the Ocean Grove Woman's club will take place Thursday at 2:30 o'clock at the club house. Mrs John Bayer. Spring Lake, third district vice president, will speak. A total of 'UMI2 war nurseries and child care centers ha.s been established with the assistance of l.anhani act funds lo care for 2I4.8R5 children, according to the Federal Works Agency. Miss Janet Sharkey To Be Married Today LEONARDO A surprise shower was given for Miss Janet Sharkey Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles J. Hesse, jr., llesfnrd avenue, president of the Delta Phi sorority of the Leonardo Field club.. Miss Sharkey will be married today at the rectory of St. Agnes church, to Corp. Bruce Cox, Port Washing-Ion, L. I., who is stationed at Fort Hancock. The Hesse home was decorated in pink and while, with white chrysanthemums as the table decoration. Attending were Miss Janet Sharkey, Mrs. Charles J. Hesse, jr., Mrs. James Grodeska, Mrs. Kmil Petach, Alia. Seal Sharkey. Mrs. Robert Krebs. Mrs. Robert Waldnrann. Mrs. Claude Smith. Mrs. James Connolly, Mrs Tuttle MacPhee. all of Leonardo. Mrs. Arthur Cummins, Atlantic Highlands, and Mrs. Arthur Runge, Port Monmouth. The next meeting of the sorority will be Nov. 18, at the home of Mrs. Neal Sharkey, Roop avenue, Leonardo. Manasqiian Women Flan Joint Session MANASyi'AN -The Woman's Aid society of the Presbyterian church met on Thursday for its monthly meeting, preceded by a covered disn luncheon, in the church dining room. Mrs. Robert N. Waring and Mis. William Worth were in charge. Fall flowers were used as table dec-oral ions. Mrs. James P. Van Schoick. president, conducted the business session and a committee was appointed of Mrs. William Worth, Mrs. Harold Longyear and Miss II. V. Eraser, to assist the committee from the guild. Mrs. J. Earl Keefer and liss Lena Yost, in preparing the Christinas gilts from the church, to be sent to servicemen in this country. II was announced that the Christmas gifts for men overseas had been sent. Plans were made for the next meeting, which will be a combined meeting with the Woman s Missionary society on Dec. 2. with a covered dish luncheon at 12 in the church. Hostesses from the missionary society will be Mrs. Theodore I. Ar-rowsmitb. Mrs Joseph II. Williams and Mis Wright Rose. Hostesses from the Unman s Aid society will he Mrs William Worth and Mrs. Joel Parker. Those present were Mrs. Mabel Taylor. Miss II. V. Eraser. Miss J. A. Eraser. Mrs. Harold Longyear. Mrs. Amelia Schaller. Mrs. Joel Parker. Mrs. Gillian. Mrs. Oscar Parker. Mrs. E. B. Green, Miss Jean-net I e BrinckerholT. Mrs. Thomas Cohurn. Mrs Theodore L. Arrow-smith. Mrs. William II. Crannier. sr.. Mrs. A A. Vnorhees. Mrs. Richard C. Kellam. Mrs. James P. Van-Schoick and the Rev. and Mrs Harry Hopkins Hubbell. Avon (ilnl) Section Has First Meeting The Avon Woman's club music department, recently organized with Mrs Otis Tilton as chairman, bad its first meeting at the home of Mrs. James Allen. Norwood avenue. Avon Plans were made for Christinas festivities Others attending were Mrs Anna Crawford, Mrs Joseph Garrabrant. Mrs M. .1. Stanton. Mrs Grace 'Turner and Mrs. V W. Layton. Haplisl Clitinli Plan r,ati".rlilii' Seriee The Rev F. Russell Purdy. of the Fust Baptist church, will assist the Rev. J Robert Cockrell in a series of evangelistic meetings from Monday lo Friday next week The Philalhea class of the church meets on Tuesday at 8 p. m at the home of Mrs. N. W Rudewick. Kill) Second avenue There will also be a midweek pray er and praise service on Wednesday at 7 4,ri under the dl-reelion of the board of deacons. Roll Call l.isle,! The 1 HLh annual roll-call of the West Belmar Methodist church will take place tomorrow. Services start at II o clock w ith Irving Crabiel of the Villa Park church as speaker. Dr. II D Hummer. Pemberton, will deliver the afternoon message and Dr. A C Brady, district superintendent, the evening message. Matched! As alike as two peas in a pod are these jumper oiitlils blouses included for big and little sister' Barbara Bell Paltern No 1817 is in sizes, fi. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 and 12 years Size 8 jumper requires 1; yards 39-inch material, blouse 1 ' yards Barbara Bell Pattern No 1818 is designed for sizes 10. 12, 14. 1(1. 18 and 20.' Corresponding bust measurements 28. 30. 32, 34, 3fi and 38 Size 12 I30 jumper requires 2:'K yards 29-inch material, blouse, long sleeves, 2' yards. Find the gay, young fashions in dresses, sportwear. blouses and suils which you want for a fall wardrobe in the new issue of the Fashion Book, priced 13c. You may order a Fashion Book and a 15c pattern for 23c plus lc for postage For these attractive patterns send 15 cents, plus I cent for postage, for each in coins with your nrme. address, pattern number and size Barbara Bell Pattern Service P. O. Boi 7$ Station O New York, N. T. Enclosed find FIFTEEN cents In coin for pattern FIFTEEN cents for pattern book TWENTY-FIVE cent for combination (Check desired Item or Items) Pattern No. Sis Nan Address (Wrap coins teeorelj In psper) Federation Day Listed by Club The Belmar Woman's club convened yesterday afternoon in the Community clubroom, at the public library. Mrs. F. G. Walter the president presided. Plans were made for the Dec. 3, meeting, which will be Federation day. Mrs. J. II. Bayer, the third district vice president, will be the guest. Dr. W. S. Carrick. will be the speaker and his topic will be "Jerusalem and Bethlehem." Mrs. Ann Edwards will be the soloist. To date $14,075 in war stamps and bonds have been sold among the members of the organization, it was announced. It was announced also that the three "buddy bags'' for the battleship New Jersey had been completed. New members welcomed were Mrs. Edward Ransom and Mrs. Edward Wallace. Speaks About Liberia Mrs. Walter B. Williams, a retired missionary was the speaker of the afternoon. Her topic was "The Republic of Liberia in West Africa." Miss Priscilla Johnston, 7. sang "Serenade" from the "Student Prince" and "Coining In On a Wing and a Prayer." accompanied bv Mrs. Hoy Braly. Those present were Mrs. W. C. Abel. Mrs. A. D. Allgor, Mrs. Frank A. Brand. Mrs. Joseph T. Burger, Mrs. William Chambers. Mrs. Charles dinners, Mrs. John Dellart. Mrs. Frank E. Erving, Mrs, Fred llaherslii k, Mrs. Herbert Haher-slick, Mrs. Edward Harris. Mrs. Howard Haves. Mrs Charles Heyni-ger. Mrs. Charles Lang, Mrs. Lars l.arsen. Mrs Frances LaSala. Mrs. Madge Morris. Mrs Paul Newman. Mrs. William T. Pinkerton. Mrs. Louis Purdy. Mrs. Fred Quelch, Mrs. Susan Redden, Mrs. Richard T. Shinn. Mrs. W. .1. Sterner. Mrs. F. W. Swarthout. Mrs. E. L. Thompson, Mrs. Frank Trez.za. Mrs. F. G. Waller. Lakewood Circles Have St nly Courses (Special to The Press) LAKEWOOD Two circles of the local Woman s Society of Christian Service met Thursday afternoon for business and study courses. Tea was served by the hostesses at the conclusion of Hie meeting. The Golden Rule circle was entertained by Mrs. S V. Lane. Laurel avenue, with Mrs. William Conner, president of the circle, conducting the devotions. Mrs. Clarence Clayton continued the study hook review on Latin America Others present were Mrs. George Garon. Mrs. Bird-sail Tilton. Mrs Joel Brown, president of the society and the hostess Mrs. Charles E. Miller. Dewey avenue, entertained the Esther circle. Mrs. Leroy Woodlield conducted the meeting and devotions were in charge of Mrs. Nettie Thomas. Mrs Miller sang a solo and Mrs. O. B. Lane continued the study book Letters Written by Paul." Attending were Mrs. Alvin Gurley, Mrs. William F.slelle. Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Woodlield. Mrs Lane, Mrs. Miller and Mrs Joel Brown. Both groups were told of the Thanksgiving party for the W S. C. S . next 'Tuesday night at the church following the monthly business meeting. Kexporl ( Imrcli (Juilil Plans Parifli Supper KEVPOKT-The Rev. Robert L. Clayton led a devotional service at the opening of the meeting of the Senior guild of St. Mary's Episcopal church Thursday afternoon in the parish house. Mrs John L. Miller, president presided. Plans were made for the annual parish supper Dec fi 'The organization welcomed Mrs. C. M. Brttton as a new member. A nominating committee was appointed of Mis Raymond Johnson, Mrs. Edmund T. Tucker, Mrs, Armour Ashforth and the Rev. Mr. Clayton. The election will lake place at the next meeting Dec. 2 Mrs Harry Ryer and Mrs. John Wilson served refreshments. Those present were Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Wilson. Mrs Harry States. Mrs. K, T. Tucker, Mrs. Van V. Close, Mrs. Ashforth, Mrs. Howard Fggin.fon and Mrs. C. M. Brit ton. wanted to Barbara Bell. The As-hury Park Press. Pnstoffiee Box 75, Station O, New York 11, N. Y. 1818 1817 10-20 1 l I ft-u yrt V t 1 f . i 1 I LI NOVEMBER 6, 1913 Mrs. Joseph Kiltian Is Honored at Shower Mrs. Joseph Killian, the former Miss Katherine Ruf, was honor guest at a miscellaneous shower given by Miss Jean Morris, 711 Sea Girt avenue. Sea Girt. The national colors were employed in the decorations, with the table centered with an umbrella, to which the gifts were attached. Games were played and refreshments were served. Those attending were the Misses Mildred Anderson, Dorothy Lewis. Hazel Patterson, Joyce Shaw, Geraldine Cheek, Gloria La Vance, Audrey Morris, Norm La Vance, Irene Luoma. Bernice Larson. Mary Burd, Lois Brocco and Mrs. J. R. Morris. U Point Pleasant I (Special to The Press) POINT PLEASANT The Point Pleasant boro Parent Teacher association and parent education group had a joint meeting at the grammar school on Thursday afternoon. The short business meeting was presided over by the president. Mrs. Keith Morris. The president appointed Mrs. James Morris to represent the association on the new state dental project. The county association has requested each organization to give at least one "buddy bag" to be taken to the fall county council meeting on Nov. 10 at Toms River. Delegates to attend the fall meeting are Mrs. Walter Guempel and Mrs. George Gravino. The fourth grade, with Mrs. Alice Crosle as teacher, was aw ai ded the attendance banner. Members of the association arc invited to the 7:30 p. m. service tomorrow at the Harvey Memorial church in observance of National Educational week. The next regular meeting will be Dec. 2. It will be a Christmas meeting and carols will be sung under the direction of Mrs. George B. Francis. The guest speaker of the afternoon was Sheriff Lewis Menninger on "Juvenile Delinquency." Guests of the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. G. Harold Antrim. Mrs. Michael Corson. Mrs. Walter Mes-eroll and Mrs. Bishop Oxenford. Auxiliary of Legion Installs at Kcan-burc; Mrs. C. M Ekslromer. Allenhurst. was hostess last night at her home lo members of the Ladies auxiliary of Elks at its regular business ses-ison The president. Mrs. Clinton Compton. presided. Mrs Jesse Ormerod of the ways and means committee reported on Hie rummage sale which netted $37.05 and o nthe recent public card party. A donation for the treasury was received from "a friend " The members packed Christmas boxes for sons of the members who are in the armed forces. The next public card party will be Nov. 12. at the home of Mrs. Samuel Campbell. Cardinal road. Neptune. The next meeting will he Nov. 19 at the home of Mrs. Francis Firstbronk, Ocean Grove A social evening followed with cards and defense stamps were awarded to high scorers. Orphanage (liven Help H Spring l.akewiild (Special to The Press) SPRING LAKE The Sewing guild of St. Catharine s R. C. church met at the home of Mrs. M. Kort Reid. SOS Passaic avenue. Thursday afternoon. Articles of clothing for St. Michael orphanage. Hopewell, were finished for the Christmas box. The next meeting will be at the home of the president. Mrs. George R Rolla. 1202 Fifth avenuo. with Mrs Joseph White as co-chairman. Those present were Mrs. Louis Casagrande. Mrs Phlip Clark. Mrs. Joseph White. Mrs. John Cappeli, Mrs Joseph RarTetto. Mrs John Itauso. Mrs. Chris Crisanti. Mrs. Michael Russamanno. Mrs, Mary McLaughlin, Mrs. Vernon Osbnrn. Mrs. Victor Judge. Mrs, Charles llaynes. Mrs. Thomas Walts. Mrs. Susie Vig-nola. and Mrs George R. Rolla. Auxiliary of Klks Meels at Allenluirsl KEANSBURG The Wilbur J. Price post of the American Legion and its auxiliary staged a joint in-stallaton of officers in the Legion home last evening. Installing officers were Mrs. Norman Lewis. Neptune, past county president and George Ziska, Long Branch, county commander, who was assisted by County Vice Commander Charles J. Klemn. Atlantic Highlands and Homer Malteson, Key port. Officers installed in the post were: Commander. Edward Davis: senior vice commander, Richard .lessen: junior vice commander James Papa: finance officer. William Williams: adjutant, Arthur Wcfel-meyer; historian. Harry llealy: service officer. James Fallon; chap-Iain. Raymond King: sergeant at arms. Robert Kemp. Installed in the auxiliary were: President. Mrs. Emily Grady: first vice presidenl. Mrs. Helen Davis: second vice president Mrs. Margaret Corbley; secretary. Mrs. Dorothy Meislohn: treasurer, Mrs Grace .lessen; chaplain. Mrs. Anna Kearns; history, Mrs. Florence Hailch: sergeant at arms, Mrs. Katherine Huber. It pays to advertise In the Sunday Press Cray FLANNEL SLACKS 5.95 St 7 &dli0P' Asbury Cookman Park Open Ddilu 9 30 A M to P. M diiertii to P. M. (Cloud Saturday Kvtnira) To Sing Monday rT",",,,ii izzr nrriiiiin njfr ' ' ' V h,T I I I id . n;ER STTETWART City Club to Hear Tenor and Composer Oliver Stewart, New York city, tenor, will be the guest soloist, and Granville English. American pianist-composer, will present a program Monday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Walter L. Mason, Edgemont drive. Loch Arbour, sponsored by the music department of the Asbury Park Woman's club. There will he a membership tea in conjunction with the musical. Mr, Stewart has sung in this country. Canada. Cuba, South America and Furope. Mr. English for three consecutive years ha.s won first prize in composition contests, sponsored by the New York Federation of Music clubs. He is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. , V. F. W. Auxiliary PJans Four Events The auxiliary of Harold Daley-post, V. F. W.. met at the post home. 708 Main street. Wednesday evening. The president, Mrs. Mae De-Baun, presided. 1 The auxiliary will meet at the home tomorrow afternoon al 2:30 o'clock to attend the honor roll dedication service al the Jewish Community center. On Armistice day the auxiliary will place a wreath at the postoftice World war I honor roll. A get-together meeting will take place Nov. 8 at the home of Mrs. Cerelda llaag. 1(106 F street. Belmar, On Nov. 14. I he group will meet at the home at 1:30 p. m. to go to the district meeting at Keansburg. After the meeting chop suey was served. The next meeting will be Nov. 17, at 8 o'clock, at the home. Those1 present were Mrs. Mary Lisler, Mrs Henrietta Daniels. Mrs. Florence Sweeney. Mrs. Mary Keims. Mrs. Mary Greenlaw, Mrs. Irene MacGregor. Mrs. Ella Mac-Gregor. gold star mother of Red Bank; Mrs. Margaret Bennett, gold star mother of the auxiliary: Mrs. Cerelda llaag. Mrs. Gus.sie Goldstein. Mrs. Margaret Schmeiser. Mrs. Harriet Clark. Mrs. Pauline Thorn-ley and Mrs. Bessie Simonson. I'fc. Franklin Savoth W eds Ohio Mi.s LONG BRANCH M is. M. C. Savoth. Long Branch, announced the marriage of her son. Pfc. Franklin M. Savoth. to Miss Pauline Crilley. Mineral City, O. The wedding took place on Oct. 30 in Los Angeles. Private Savoth Is in the marines in California. Rev. C.hasey to Preach The Rev. Joseph W:. Chasey. Inter-laken, will be the supply pastor tomorrow at the West Grove Methodist church. Sunday school will he at 9 45. sacrament of the Lord's supper at 11. o'clock, and al the 7:30 evening service, the pastor's sermon will be "Give L's Back Our God Again." Yes You Can Rent a Singer Portable Sewing Machine For Ai Little As 20c a Day Payable monthly all SINGER SEWING CENTER Ashury Park S5 For Sizes 38 lo 52 RICHLY FURRED COATS CARDILLA'S 909-11 SPRINGWOOD AVE. Open Every Evening . 1 PAY MORE! of Acme Reg'w Every Day U k Rib Lamb CHOPS 35c on1yS brown point, per Brides-to-Be Reveal TrotSk LAKEWOOD Mr. and Mrs. cim-ton Addison, S57 Park avenue, Renounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jean Addison, to Corp. H. Kenneth Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, VanHiseville. The announcement was made at a family dinner party at the Thompson home Thursday night. Miss Addison is a senior in Lakewood high school. Corporal Thompson is a graduate of the Lakewood high, class of 1940, and is stationed at Camp Shelby, Miss. No date has been set for the wedding. CJarii)oLaroton(la Mr. and Mrs. Michael Larotonda, 1034 Bangs avenue, announced the engagement of their daughter. Sylvia, to Louis J. Garippo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo M. Garippo, 240 VanDyke place, Long Branch, at a dinner given at their home for the immediate families. Mr. Garippo is a graduate of Long-Branch high school and is employed at the Shore Point Distributing company at Little Silver, Miss Larotonda is a graduate of Asbury Park high school and is employed by the Signal Corps ground signal agency at Long Branch. No date has been set for the wed. ding. S)ioiiI-(Jreenwall KEYPORT Announcement -J, been made of the engagement of Miss Katherine Greenwall, Terrall, Tex., to F. Alden Sproul. son of Mr. and Mrs Frank P. Sproul. Atlantic street. Mr. Sproul is in the reserve corps and is stationed at the T-jvaIl F'lying field where he is a civOnn instructor. Card Party Planned By Auxiliary of Elks Plans for a public card party Nov. 18 for the benefit of I he Women's auxiliary of Elks were marie yesterday afternoon, at a meeting in the Elks' home, with Mrs. Harold Doan presiding. Mrs. Edward Schaefer. Bradley Beach, will be . hostess at the card party, which will be at 2:30 p m. Mrs. Frank L'nderwood. chairman for a recent rummage sale, turned in $33 to the treasury. Mrs. Russell Applegate, U. S. O. chairman, sent $5 from the auxiliary to the recent U. S. O. card party. She and her committee will serve in the Grand avenue club Dec. 1, assisted by Mrs. James Mancini. Mrs. Underwood. Mrs. John Cooper, Mrs. Clar-enre V. Mooney and Mrs. Doan. Cards concluded the afternoon, with refreshments served by Mrs. Roland J. Ilines. ADVERTISE IN THE SUNDAY PRESS iw vy v yyy X The Largest ; X' Selection of x This Season's I Most ffc Successful (.oats The Government Says "DON'T TRAVEL" Millions of Troops Are on the Move and Need the Space li Your Trip Necessary? STAY at Homo PLAY at Home 4 5:1 P. II. mi p THAT TILL Still rienty Of Time For Your Week-End Shopping Stcinbach Company V

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