The News Journal from Wilmington, Delaware on September 17, 1965 · Page 16
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1 G Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del. Friday, Sept. 17, 19B5 'a wit . .& B Mi-. ( 'iirid Miirli PSuplial; Mr. ;md Marl in Sr. . Mr: i v. . CliHi-li"; 1.. rk. Pa., h.ive annnurv cd !hc cnagcmcnl of liinr dauliicr. Miss Carol Khzahnh M;utin lo Adam Read Clark. Mr. Clark is the son (if Mrs. Walter I.. Claik Jr. of 105 rVrkins Ave, and t ho late Mr. Clark. He was graduated from Salrsianiim School and attended the University of Delaware Jle was graduated from the .Nuclear Power School, Bainbridfie. Md., and is serving in the U.S. Navy at .New London, Conn. Miss Martin was graduated from York Catholic High School and is employed by the Simon Corp. A February wedding is being planned. 1 Iniratlierinjr Date Set liv Cuild Arrangements are being made for the annual ingathering and meeting of the Wilmington Branch of the Needlework Cuild of America, Inc., on Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. at the Wilmington New Century Club. Membership dues in the guild are two new garments, or an equivalent sum of money, contributed annually and distributed by the guild to :!:! local charitable agencies. Money is used for I he purchase of new garments or for shoes. Mrs. W.W. While serves as president of the Wilmington Branch in which there are 2."! section branch presidents. Oilier branch officers are: Mrs. William P. Baldwin and Mrs. Florence Kirby, vice presidents; Mis. Klmer II. McAllister, treasurer, and i ivirs. aonn . r ranee, secretary. Mrs. France requests that reports from section presidents be sent to her two weeks prior to the ingathering. Pass Alonir A l 1 i( 'CIJK CARPET PATHS AND SPOTS EASILY REMOVED . . , or clenn carpnt woll to woll, Saf Blue Lustre re-briejhtpni colon, Ipcivm nop fluffy. Rnt pruy to u electric shorn-pooer for $ I n day nt Clark & Tatman, 2901 Loncnster Av. OLD" FUR Can b remodeled into a new ityle Itole, cape or jacket Alio any repair. Now itil! at Summer prices. 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