Woiepooae Ye 0.0191 TIMES-LEADER. THE EVENING NEWS, WILKES-B ARRE, P4, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1947 'it' PWrWSITdDRI lUrM!itaUT WltXIABI WATSON-Phm Mtt M ,. . Offwe u church axmiEiwriMM rttt u CHANTS Ft AN TO ,OUCI SALES CUNIC . lana were intlated at yesterday's ?Unf of the Merchants' Bureau Pittston Chamber o Commerce conduct a sales clinic in the near are. ThU project' will jive both ployes and management an op. tunity to participate in the mer-mdixing program. )r. M. B. Wicks, chairman, names following committee to handle ura value days which will be 'd on the third Wednesday of ;ry montn: uonaia J. Byer, Paul ineo, Mrs. Jane Minichello, Jos-S P. Kelly, Jr, Samuel Post and nold Bleyer. i'here are two vacancies among vice presidents and Chairman cka designated this committee to ke recommendations at the next eting; Everett LaBarre, Joseph i Schiifman, Joseph S. Walsmith, Wanted Experienced Sales grlrls work Saturdays or full time, rts Department Store. Phone 1252. QUICK CASH LOANS . Senew 6a Aato Trtioke Fm-aitnra Salary We Tiaaaoe Frirata Balaa Of Aateabilea - 9aaaa Or Omm Tn I Standard Ante Finance Co. um sea nwm bus. j Pittstoa Fame tll JOHN LIIKAS DIES AT WEST WYOMING John Lukas, 77, wno resided at the home of Filippo Santarelli, of 966 Shoemaker avenue, West Wyoming, died this morning at 1 a. m. at the Pittston State Hospital, following an illness of three days. He has resided at the Santarelli address for the past 20 years. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at 9:30 from the Menichello Funeral Home, 509 Wyoming avenue, West Pittston. Short services will be conducted in the funeral home and burial will be in the Italian Independent cemetery, Wyoming. Friends may view the remains between 7 and 9 tonight. BRIEF MENTION Altar Society of St. John's Slovak Church will meet tonight at 8 in the school building. Reservations are to be made at this meeting for the outing August 10. Mr. and Mrs. James English of 40 Curtis street, and their children, Mary Patricia and James K., are spending a month's vacation at Asbury Park. j of; firm- 1 WARS taV MAM K ti&r BROS. MTrsTOaLM DcJy Fenders RSaalaiers Repaired 'Ante Glass Installed ' Expert Fainting An Make Car Carter Uotcr Car Co. . Pittston Phone 154 Oldest Automobile Dealer in Greater Pittston Cash Loans Up To $300 Oaa Soar Beniae Borrow On Toar Hot, Auto Or rnmiture BEACON LOAN CORP. Fiona 1473, Plttttan, Ind Floer American Theater Buildlas WHILE THEY LAST l.BO Lifetime Phonograph BTeedles 50c nUg-aslne Sacks, Beg. 2.00... 89c Haale Burner Stove Bee-. S.95 -...1.00 5 Tube Table Model Badlo Begular 80.00 19.00 Phonograph Leather Case Begnlar 89.00 .13.00 Phllco Cabinet Badlo Worth 60.00 90.00 Apex Electric Sweeper 30.00 Band Sweeper, Bef. 7.50. . . .3.60 Portable Badio with batteries 1S.60 BTagiq Chef Oas Bang-e 39.60 Apartment else Coal and Oaa Bang 45.00 Bengal White Coal Stove .... 85.00 1 H. P. Motor 35.00 Small Sise Eleetric Bef rig-era tor 89.50 RADIO CITY 15 BROAD ST. PITTSTON To Raise $140,000 For New Plant At a meeting of representatives of Moosic and Pittston Chamber of Commerce and Avoca and Duryea Boroughs last night plans for a financial campaign to raise $140,-000 to erect a plant in the Moosic-Avoca-Duryea region were discussed. Roy Sta'uffer, of the Scrantont Chamber 'of Commerce, disclosed that the new plant, to be" erected on York avenue, on Law's Hill, will be a nylon industry and will give employment to 100 men and 100 women. Ben Hyman, president of Greater Pittston Chamber of Commerce, outlined plans for the bond drive which is expected to get underway soon. It was disclosed that meetings will be held in Avoca, Moosic, Pittston and Duryea to further plans for those communities active participation in the drive. Duryea was represented by Charles Pernot and John Rutkow-ski. Moosic by A. C. Lutz, Ben Sterling, Jr., James W. Connor, Franklin Price, Willard Sibley, Harry Hastings, Frank Toole, Edward Williams, William F. Creedon, Dr. S. W. Lockett, Sam Keven, Charles Wirbecki, Frank Orloski, Frank Stalbird, Arch MacDonald, Jacob Reed. HEALTH OFFICE MOVED TO THIRD FLOOR It was announced that the Pittston office of the State Department of Health has been moved to the third floor of the old Postoffice building on water street. Miss Minnie Frey and Miss Cath erine Merrick are State nurses in this district. A child health clinic is held at headquarters every Wednes day afternoon, and a tuberculosis clinic every Thursday afternoon. For Sale Heating- stove, very good condition. Two-wneeler girl s bicycle, gooa condition, pnone 63Y-W. RED FEATHER AGENCIES TAKE NO VACATIONS There are no vacations for the 11 Red Feather Agencies of the community Chest, according to re' ports coming into the office of Executive Secretary Paul T. Sevan. In fact they have been kept quite busy the past few months handling the many cases that have come to tneir attention. Y.M.CA. is conducting a vigorous "Learn to Swim Campaign" with over 400 already profiting by the instruction given by competent men and women. The .Salvation Army's program of recreation for the youth who frequent their playground continues with usual inten sity. In fact, every agency has met the requirements of those who called upon them for service. Details for the campaign that will be held here next October under the direction of Walter E. Margie, are now being whipped into shape. Labor organizations will join business and professional men in seeing to it that the 1947 quota will be fully subscribed again. Waitress Wanted Steady work. Apply Peo's Restaurant, 26 So. Main St., Pittston. ANNOUNCE BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kosloski of 741 Donnelly street. Duryea. an nounce the birth of a son, born yesterday afternoon at Pittston Hospital Hospital. Good as IW- t Just because a part comes out .of any brand new carton doesn't mean It is as good as the part it replaces. It can't be any Jbetter than the engineering skill that went into its design or the quality that went into its production and inspection. That's why the sure way to make a Buick car "good as new" is to use Buick Engineered Partsv Engineered by Buick men, built to Buick standards, these are exactly the same as the original parts. Their quality, durability and performance are known factors that you can count on. So why take chances ? We know your Buick fr6m top to bottom. Nothing goes into it in our shop that doesn't measure up to the quality of the car. And that goes for the workmanship as well as the materials used. BUICK MOTORS REPLACED FRANK FELICE - MS Exeter Ave, West Pittston . WALK A BLOCK and SAVE immn Hardware Paints Sporting Goods 197 North Main St. Pittston OCT OF THE HIGH-RENT DISTRICT IN THE NO-METER SECTION Open Every Evening Unitl S MRS. NELLIE MONIE TO BE FETED BY EASTERN STAR Mrs. Nellie Monie, associate grand conductress of the Grand Chapter oi Pennsylvania, order ol the East ern Star, will be feted- at a testi monial luncheon to be held at Irem Temple Country Club next Tuesday. Pittston ' residents desiring to at tend the dinner are to notify Mrs. Maud Hailstone of 22 Main street, Moosic. A bus has. been chartered and will pick up passengers between Avoca, Pittston, West Pittston and Wyoming. Reservations may be made with the various worthy matrons of District 21-A which Is sponsoring the event. ENTERTAINS CLASS George Manclni entertained members of his Sunday School class of Second Presbytefian Church at his West Falls cottage Wednesday afternoon. Games and various sports were enjoyed. Lunch was served by Mrs. -Manclni and Mrs. Stephen Migottl. Present were Marion Al-tiere, Antoinette Ardleje, Connie Lanzone, Viola, DeVergtlio, Mary Turco. Guests included: Roberta Perry, Stephen and Robert Migliottl and Priscilla Manclni. ANGELO VOLPE. AGED 60. DIES AT HOSPITAL Angelo Volne. 60 East Railroad street, died this moraine at 3:55 at Pittston Hospital after a few days' mness. Be was Dorn in Italy and came to this country 40 years ago to settle in Pittston. He was a member of St. Rocco' Church and an honorary member or tne Monteaoro society or Pittston. He was a miner at No. 6 colliery of the old Pennsylvania Coal Company until ne retired niteen years ago. Surviving are his wife, Salvatricl the following children:, JoseDh. Pitts ton; Charles, Russell and Josephine, at home; Mrs. James Costanza, Pittston, and Mrs. Michael Carrozza, Waterbury. Conn. Also by two sis ters: Mrs. Benjamin Bucchieri and Mrs. Rose Bairera, both of Pittston, SCHEDULES BASEBALL Following is the Anthracite Leaeue Baseball League schedule of games for Sunday: Junction Indians vs. Capone Coal Company at Canone neid, umpire, H. Hallet; B and M Construction vs. Duryea Holy Rosary at Legion Park, umpire, T. Had dock; PAt Griffith vs. Red Devils at Gilmarfih Park, umpire, ban. "Dy" Ho Store For Rent 160 South Main . . t . 1 rrv. 1 .1 T7M .. - MRS. MARIA CINO - The funeral of Mrs. Maria Cino was held this morning from the Howell Funeral Home, 55 South Main street, after which a solemn high mass was sung in St. Rocco's Church by Rev. Vincent uonomi, who was assisted by Rev, Paul pa- vese and Rev. Alan Pearson. Interment was in St. John's Cem etery. Bearers were Joseph Mor-reali, Frank Franchimone, Charles Alaimo, Samuel Salvo, Charles Alaimo and Louise Sciandra. LEARN TO DRIVE In 5 Easy Lessons By The ' S. J. JERRYTONE DRIVING SCHOOL Approved by Fenna. State Police Permit Holders tat Us Kelp Ton In Beenrinr Your Driving Ucense. 301 Exeter Ave West Pittston VHQVS 9165 furnished for the entertainment of the fans. , TOMORROW'S GAME The league leading SmigelskT baseball team will be host to .run' nerup Houston City in a game to morrow evening. Frank Joyce will hurl for the former while Bartnlcki, with a record of seventeen straight victories, will hurl for, the latter. GIDULA-CASTELLANO Miss Catherine Castellano." daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Cas tellano. Cliff side Park, N. J., and George .Gidula, son of Mr; and Mrs. Nicholas Gidula, 218 Spring street, Moosic. were married Sunday after noon in St. John's Church, Cliffside Park. The bridegroom is a graduate of Moosic schools and spent four years in the Army during World War II. including service as a Rus sian interpreter for American forces in the ETO. The couple will reside in Cliffside Park. The following from this area attended the wed ding: Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Gidula, Mrs. Mary Gomer, Mrs. Anna Goula, Mrs. Anna Chotna, Michael Goula, Mrs. Mary Gomer, Mrs. Anna Goula, Mrs. Anna Choma, Michael Uoula, Walter Supinski, and Thomas Dzeck. DISCUSS NEW PLANT Representatives, of Avoca Borough attended a meeting of Moosic Chamber of Commerce held last evenine at Rocky Glen Park. Rep resentatives ol Pittston unamner or Commerce and Duryea Borough also attended: BRIEF MENTION Two bus loads of women, members of the . Auxiliary to the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and their friends. enjoyed an outing yesterday at the Old Homestead. Daleville. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Dunnlgan nave returned after visiting the latter's brother, Joseph Gillespie, wno is a surgical patient at Veterans liospi tal. at Bath, N. Y. The condition of Mrs. Noble Howarth, who underwent an opera tion at Moses Taylor Hospital, Jscran-ton, on Tuesday is reported- favor able. . Pleasant Valley Post 8335. "Veter ans of Foreign Wars, will meet in the club's headquarters this evening at 8. First Sergeant and Mrs. Robert Wilbur are rejoicing over the ar rival of a daughter. Sergeant Wil bur is stationed at Camp K.umer, Newark, N. J. Miss Stella Chilek. a member of the faculty in the Wilmington, Del., schools, is vacationing at ner nome on Spring street. j A dauehter was bom to Willard and Alice McAndrew Conaboy of 1311 North Main street on Wednes' day at Hahnemann Hospital, Scran ton. Polish Women's Citizens' . Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Joseph Kowalski of Grove street on bun, day evening at 8. West Pittston Phone Pittston 627 WATCH FOB The (Grand Opening SATURDAY JULY 26, 1947 JEAN'S UDDEMi Formerly MARY LOU'S, 401 MAIN STREET, DUPONT SELLING DRESSES BELOW COST -BARTOn'S- JULY CLEARANCE ON LAMPS LAMPS of All KINDS! , ategaJs SILM to S1J rettery Base Table f 11-95 Lamps, wt to . , .... , Regular ttli to $17J5 1-way BrUfe'iampsl $ I fl.95 e t WARSHALS 1 f i h - T ft i- wi V DOWN X $1 A WEEK fy, I No. Carrying ' I Charge J Umpires are asked to call Pittston 4048-R and all scores should be turned in by 7 oclock DST. BRIEF MENTION Mr. and Mrs. Paul Godwin and children, Paul, Jr.. Barbara and Pat sy, New York, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James F. Quinn, 15 Searle street. Mrs. George Miller, 32 Washing ton Terrace, is convalescing at Pitts, ton Hospital, where she underwent an operation. Thomas M. Haley and Leonard J, Polinski have enlisted in the U. S. Army. Mrs. Addie Merwm. New York. Is visiting at tne Patterson nome on Searle street, Misses Jeanne and Ruth Flanagan nave returned to waitham, Mass., after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Flanagan of Welsh street for ihe past two weeks. SUNDAY'S GAMES Pittston Baseball Association an-nounces the following games for Sunday: "65" Club vs Harntown, umpire, F. Moss; Browntown R. B. vs. Sevastopol, umpire, George; Browntown A.C. vs. Inkerman, umpire, McNally; Molly's vs. Avoca, umpire uiarice. There will be a meeting of all league managers on Tuesday, July 29. at 8:30 p. m DST in the All American sports Center. w..p.n.K,. n.n.J MISSIONARY ALLIANCE HOLDS a complete dress on better line gar- ANNUAL OUTING TOMORROW ments. Willlns; to pay highest The annual Sunday School picnic prices. Ambitious . girls can earn up 0f the Christian and Missionary Alli- io f.0.uw per jee. aiso pan. ume ance church, Luzerne avenue ana Call Moosic 662. Theresa Dress Co., I 8 w"ViX.--- iil Old Forge, Pa, at Fey's Grove, Dorrance, and will ue jouiea Dy memucrg anu mcuui of the NanticoKe sunaay ocnooi wno V7fflfafE will also have their nicnio Saturday. I A t.,,0 ...ill lAa.ro Via nVlllTh at 9. Charles cary, superintendent, . . extends an invitation to all mem- Aoo lTm.- Onm. 1o "r BI1U 1ICI1U uiu..u . . A.vuvn A wu viuh ,WlftJ C O 1 1 nnJ 4Kn,i fami AB ttJ? fc. LJVi iraTnd. A program of Mh i-u,,4 ... a.. uBu .Manat m r A a rrioT tunrfin n nn n, hi ;i j ej... "B- " " ""UJ service will be conducted. Manager Edward Snonek will Trt kpkar at service likely send Johnny Rdbbins or Fred Burton Williams, Pittston Y. M. Jumper to the mound with Anthony C. A. "secretary, wjill speak at the Bryk doing the catching. morning service at the first Metno Before the game music will be dist Church next sunday. me pas tor. tev. nay i. nenwooa. ana iam, ily are spending their vacations at Lynn, Mass. BRIEF MENTION Mrs. Neva Uhlitz. Luzerne ave nue, .has as her guest Mrs. Harold Gilbert .of New York, formerly -of West Pittston Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Heal, Luzerne avenue, is ill, Miss Nell Knight. Warren street, went to Dallas today to remain with her sisters for several weeks. Miss Elizabeth Hartman. Washing, ton, D. C. is visiting her sisters. Misses .Louise and Henrietta Hart man, Susquehanna avenue, The condition of Mrs. John B. Evans. Montgomery avenue, who has Deen' ill, is siigntly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. Houck and three children of Michigan City Indiana, are visiting Mr. Houck's mother, Mrs. Oscar Houck, Warren street. Rev. James Hey, of Wilkes-Barre. will preach at the First Congrega tional cnurcn next Sunday morn ing. Rev. and Mrs. W. John Hill are vacationing at Ocean Grove. N. J Mr. and Mrs.. William P. Rutledae and three children are at Eagles- mere to remain two weeks, beats Plymouth, the Shawnee club CjAi. TV Fa will be forced into a tie for top OlUlC 10 UcICIlU piace in tne iiegion league wiw i the Parsons Post . Tinstman Action Montrose Harrlsburg, July 25r- (ff) The State Justice Department will aid William A. Alttea t Y- Phone JS."1? dens Pf c 9- Tinstman i iijuiy oecreuirj oi roresta ana Mr. and Mrs, John Dewees have Waters, who is under charges of returned from an 8,000-mile motor violating the Hatch Act during the trip to Mexico and ihe West Coast. 1944 presidential campaign. ' uc7 ownmi auiu auiir4axu, uoverngr allies Jl. UUIJ Bala yes- are guests of Mrs. Robert Heuman terday the Justice Department "will at MIneola, N Y Mrs. Heuman is defend the case absolutely." the former Miss Kathryn VanAnt- Tinstman allegedly violated tha werp, Montrose, Federal law by sending out letters Mr. and Mrs. Fred Magee have fi S.i.;. was employed aa. deputy , that is . i. ing the first floor apart- V"""? "A i" "'f' Pease, recently married, will occupy orl ' tne second iioor. Mrs. pease is tne xormer Miss Marion Sherman. Mr and Mrs. Oscar W. Evans will yea, and Miss Ann Marie Milesky observe their fifty-seventh wedding of Old Forge anniversary at their home in South Montrose on Sunday. MOTHER OF DURYEA RESIDENT Frank F. Revnard is ill at his "S AT OLD FORGE . home in Chenango street. Mrs. Sabina Ezdebski, 1018 Spring V ... 1 M i a I aiaui A BlM.aaaida. J at Mr. and Mrs. J. wesiey uavitt, I " w ruic. ff"? anrf m Rnr i anonriino- a fw I her home. Born in Poland the de- days .with relatives at Irvington and ceased came to Old Forge at an early Cranford, N. J. They left by motor age. She was a member of St. Thursday morning. Michael's Church. Evprptt rarnev and fnmilv have Surviving are Jier husband moved from the former Mrs. James Michael, three sons, Stanley and E Allen property, High street, to Paul at home and John of Duryea; an apartment in the residence of two daughters, Mrs. Stanley Kmiec John Karveller, Chenango street. of Lackawanna N. Y. and Mrs. Mrs. Sara Stevens, of New Mil- Stanley Szczech, Old Forge; a. ford, is spending the week as a brother John of Poland, a sister guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Bush, Pauline of New Castle, Pa, and Lincoln avenue. eight grandchildren, r The funeral will take place Satur- NAMED SCHOOL PRINCIPAL day morning from the home at 9:30 Ward S. Tnvlnr formerly of followed by a mass of reauiem at Forest Lake, who has been teaching St. Michael's Church. Interment in agriculture the past year in the the parish cemetery. LeRaysville-Pike Joint Vocational . - High School, has been elected ' . nrincirjal of the school, which is in jraea-af LeRavsville. for the coming school IltMWll year. Mr. Taylor is a graduate of Representative Mrs. K. E. Coece Mansiieia state xeacners conesei !2.f z m UK-Phana puiiina mi ana attenaea renn otaie uoiiegc. TO WED TOMORROW TO PLAY AT SHENANDOAH The weddinff of Miss Sarah Louise I nine. Trumanabure. N. Y.. and Y. M. S. of R. will hold a aoecial Bruce McCollum Payne, of Montrose meeting at Holy Mother of Sor- and Washington, D. C, will take rows Polish National Church Hall place Saturday afternoon in the tonight at 7:30 EST. Y. M. S. of R. bride's home at Juniper Hill, Tru- baseball team will go to Shenandoah mansburg. A number of local Sunday to Dlav an exhibition with people plan to attend the ceremony, the Y. M. S. of R. team of that TO OCCUPY PARSONAGE ... feii? fl Mt Rev. and Mrs. Harold T. Hinds. Jessup street, have moved to the I ppniJrPTv nvuni unmui parsonage of the Stendfordyille Bap- ' irZTV tist unurcn, at wnicn Kev. Mr. riinos ui;i-is pastor. The parsonage is being f'10"111 M pecial meeting at constructed by Mr. Hinds and mem- the Town Hall Sunday night at 7:30 bers of his congregation and is EST. nearmg completion. Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Cruser are moving Into the GOULA'S CIGAR STORE WINS; house vacated by Rev, and Mrs. TIES FOR LEAGUE LEAD Hinds. Goula's Cigar Store team defeated H. I. Brown and family, of Phila- Elko Recreation nine in the Bor-delphia, are occupying the Woodin ough Twilight Baseball League yes- . property in Monument Square for terday afternoon, 10-7. The victory the season. places the Goula's nine in a tie for Mr. and Mrs. Wijliam D. Murdock, top place in the league standing v of Glena Falls, N. y., are guests for with Frank's Men's Shop, a few days of Dr. and Mrs. Harvey in yesterday's game, Rojek' had M. Fry and Mrs. Rena VanScoten, twn hit a rinnhi ari .wi. t Lincoln avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Mur- the winners. T. Lello was also a two-dock win attend the Payne-Biggs time hitter, Novak had two hi for -wedding on Saturday. Mrs, Murdock the losers is a sister of Mr. Payne. - Liskowi'cz and Plisko formed the ! Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Smith have haHarv irivn ..,kii twi. returned from a week's vacation in Gemzik formed Wwinning battery. Canada. Shuleski was umpire. Mrs. Fred S. Birchard. wife of Dr. m. i -n Birchard. is recoverinf from a fall BWUIC , w in which a bone in her wrist was Elko Rec 300 m t fi- j broken. Mrs. Birchard was taken to Goula's 810 6Q0 x-10 9 the Packer Hospital. Sayre. where -pk i-t. -irr. x-ray photographs rwere taken, iltrht f...,.."1' fir onil Mr, Tori T Smith M(. " " -'-" rose, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerdo'n Fish, rrani,'g gnon South Montrose, have returned from ni0', ? 7o. a visit to the Thousand Islands and mi-h1!: tr' Canada. x",a ' -a. ivx. ili. Ul Aim Duryea Old Forge m TW l t K m 0- i itui. mj ujau wsai, on meyers ou ' T, U . . . A . m. riuui mooaie ix-w Foxy's Cafe Elko Rec. W. 8 8 8 5 2 1 la. 8 3 4 4 RermUr f HJJ to $2tJ Indirect Floor Lamps, 1 1 RJ redaeei to . . . . i... ... ,w 8M Regaiar S17JS 7-way Lamp Greap. to clear at ........... .. .... ........ . Aasertei BeaUir Lacaps, regalar 12J5, choice at .-. Plains Ttvp. Stanley Petroski 2 Union ,St Mrs. John Vickland of 33 East CnnnM A XT 1 Y. oiamuii aireci, nuuson is recuperating at' her home following an operation at Homeopathic Hospital. POLISH UNION PICNIC TO BE ' HELD. SATURDAY AUGUST J2 District 16. Polish Union of Amer ica, composed of lodges in Plains, Miners Mills and Parsons, is completing plans for its annual picnic to be held Saturday, August 2, at Sans Souci Park. Proceeds will go towards aiding sick members of the society. John Shivell of Hudson is general chairman, assisted by George Koc- yan, co-chairman, and executive committee composed of Walter Koz-lowski, Casimir Sulicki Joseph Kazda, Mrs. A. Kazmierowicz, Miss victoria witch, Andrew Lolerski, rTansc azuDra ana Josenn Kromew, hickL TO WED AUGUST 2 Mrs. Pauline Budzalr of Ttonlsv street, Hughestown, announces the coming marriage of her daughter, Irene, to John Bolinski. son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bolinski of 300 Wvn. tween Green and Main streets. Re- "jing avenue, Dupont. It will take turn to 525 Green street. place on August 2 in Si John's Slo- vaK K. c. Church. Pittston at 10 House For Sale. Inaulre 111 River a m ns-r ruman 4U Street, Duryea. , Miga RurfzaV l Tnr,1nv, v t- I r viv vu JJ MIC t.,.. a t t t- 3i I Brook Manufacturing rnrannnv rvf Machine Shop Service, Acetylene and Old Forge. Mr. Bolinski is employed Electric Welding, Brasing, General by the Electrolux Corporation of Tl.'l ,1 1 OAO T Il . ' A .. - CnMA.J - 1- . fc Duryea, BREVITIES " BAPTIST-LOPRETE M- , ... . . . Miss Doris Loprete, daughter of alMrf; Mill- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loprete, 312 iterMho rrf TivhpaMntS r?f- i! Winter street, Old Forge, became ffXto' rr m J??! the bride of Anthony Baptist, son former Mary Pastula Du- of the late Donati Baptist and Mrs. ri,-j vii-oi c,ii . j John Baptist Fronier of Brook Heart R r "rh,S?1Lt7ii0 SlCred street. Moosic, former of Simpson Hi?"LL5rcATAl.m.k. street, Dupont, Saturday in St. J r;"" "S fi0""8. Mary's R. C. Church, Old Forge. aMMnt fbnh Rev. William Giroux officiated. Mother Club will ? .wlo Miss Theresa Loprete. sister of the mSSS"SL Wtorrow lS0 bride, was maid of hbnor, and Frank (EST) t0morrow Hlght at Oufello, Astoria, L. I., was best man. yoxy-s cafe u d N The bride wore a blue dress, white Tavern win play Sis afternoon St accessories and carried white roses 4 (EST) 1 ' and baby breath. , Her attendant Members of the Ladies' Auxiliary wore a pink dress, white accessories of the Volunteer Hose CorapanV and carried pink roses and baby win enjoy a bus ride to Lakewood breath. . on Sunday, leaving the hose house Mrs. Loprete. mother of the bride, at 9 n m iEkt wore a black dress, black accessories Tomorrow. Y.MS a-' and corsage of gardenias. The bride- Foxy's Cafe teams of th iw,.,h groom's mother wore a pink silk Twilieht Leam wm niov a. jersey dress, Panama hat, black ac- in the week due to rain cessories and corsage of gardenias. American Legion Junior baseball After a reception at the home of team lost to the Plain Tnn the bride, the couple left for New at Plains Wednesday, 5 to 4 York, the bride wearing a pink linen The 700 Bowling Club of' Wilkes-suit, black accessories and a corsage Barre will bowl at the Elko Recrea-of gardenias. tion Center at 8:30 (DST) tonight GAMMA CLuITpIaYS AVOCA Mr TamoiT.JVsv.Jnin? "n4 , ,Tb.;Duryea Gamma lub5 w entertain the Avoca Sports Club at at Pittston Hospital. Z TERMS PHONE 3528 CfEN AN ACC"VNT 71.T:"3.i:-inf.f- . Pittston, Pa. Q-llty . Value Courtesy A 3-speed electric mixer that ' ' you can detach from its stand and use in your; hand. Quick ' action double beaters come off V - for easy cleaning. Tip-back arm, revolving table. Two bowls. It has a fruif juicer attachment. i NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Donald Humble of Middletown Pa- former local resi dents, announce the birth of a son on Monday in a Harrisbure hosDital. Mrs. Humble is the former Miss Edith Watkins of Courtright street TROOP MEETS Boy Scout Troon 11 of St JoseDh's Church, Hudson, will meet tonight at 7 in tne Darisn nau. : a meeting of the scout committee ef St. Joseph's Church will be held Sunday morning at 10. ' BRIEFS ' : 1 . " Mrs. Frank Thomas and daughter. Rose Marie, of Newark, N. J., are spending their vacation with local relatives. ; American Legion Junior baseball team ' will play league-leadine Shawnee Post Juniors this afternoon at 8 DST on theNAsh diamond in Plymouth. If the local team afternoon. A large number of f ol lowers of both teams are expected to witness the tilt as Duryea will endeavor to hand its neighbors its first setback in the Suburban League. INFANT BURIED . The funeral of Mary Rivers, in fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rivers, of New York City, was held Tuesday afternoon from the Dills' Funeral Home. Interment was In St. John's cemetery, Duryea. The child passed away in New York Sunday. Her mother is the former Marie Loughney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Loughney, of Duryea. BRIEFS ' ' Brothfer Julian of St Joseph's High, benool, Pittsburgh, is spending some 'time with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Michael VrabbeL Edward Daileda and George Or-lowski are spending 10 days fishing in Canada. Miss Millie Zyzniewskl of New York is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Swantkowski. A marriage license has been U. sued at the Lackawanna County Court HmioA fa Pari T VSiala w. . uunw, hu of Mr. and ;Mra. Peter Fudala, Pur- PIZZA (Mad. Oa The PramlMa) Bvery Friday and Saturday Bites At The LINCOLN INN 1LT ll?oia ., Dupont (Tripe Our Bpaoialty-XTary- Satarfaj) ICARD OF THANKS I Wjw lsa to than, an taoee . ami ao . auoij asalatacl Be dnrlnr oar , reeeat beresve- meat; also those who eent ""Hi . Joanea ears or Beat masa earda. . a Family of the late AHTHOVT I0I, IB. PLAINS THEATRE "BOOM-TOWN" ! With Clark Gable-Spencer Tracy Claodette Colbert - Hedy . Lamarr 1 I Caap., "JACK AKMSTB0X0" " Tou WiU Look Tour Best 7 'la A Custom . Tailored' Suit or Topcoat Bow Tall and Winter Bamplas .and Styles Beoelved KODBBATB BBZOBB ' DUMOFPS $lt Kal St. Snryea ' Ex-Scrvice Men of Dupont and their female friends are Invited to attend an - .OtHTNG In their honor , SUNDAY, JULY 27 at Kovalski's Farm : , SUSCON . Everything Free," Compliments of Bill Golla- ' We Bare for Sato ' 72 SHARES Wyoinlar Hatlonal Baakk of Wilkes-Barre Inqulriaa Inltai KABTTB ft CO. llaeala-Itearty BMf,, Fhila.' Uttaahmaae -131t 1 y it.
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