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WEDDING BELLS RING OUT FOR 3 S. SIDE COUPLES Unions Solemnized in I Church Rites ,j Nancy Jane Cawley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 3awley, 5 5 2 3 !. Honore st., md Edward J. 'ence Jr., yhose parents ive in Indian-ipolis, were parried recently in St. iasil's Catho-ic church. The couple is iving in In- lianapolis, after a wedding np to at. .Lauderdale, Fla. The iride is a graduate of Visita-lon High school and a secre-arial school. Pence, a former Ihicagoan, attended Leo High chool and Loyola university. The wedding of Arlene Mor-ey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mor-ley, 826 W. 60th pi., an.d Guy Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mueller, 6427 Green st., took place recently in St. Bernard's Catholic church. The couple is liv- 70th st. The OUR TOWN Robert Photo Alexander S. Hetherington, 306 W. 66th-st., is chairman of the 1956 Red Cross fund campaign i n East Chicago. Hetherington, who is a safety engineer for the Universal Atlas Cement company, i s aiming to raise the chap ter's member ship to 55,000 persons. He is a veteran worker in Red Cross fund campaigns. Alden Cohen, 5442 Hyde Park blvd., a senior at Carleton college, Northfield, Minn., was named to play one of the leading roles in the recent Carleton College Players' production of " The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife." Hetherinrton Mr. Mueller tnDBtrii Photo og at 1340 W. iride is a graduate of Loretto ligh school. Mueller attended larper High school. Shirley Krueger, daughter of irs. Caroline Krueger, 3012 road St., be-ame the bride f Mario Mem-lini, son of Irs. Eda Mem-lini, 1101 Chestnut st., l ceremonies eld recently i Holy Cross Evangelical i u t h e r a n hurch.. The ouple is living at 4028 Mont-omery av. after a wedding rip to Wisconsin. The bride 3 a Kelly High school gradu-le. Memmini attended Lane 'echnical High school. Scout Circus The 1956 Pokagon Trails ouncil Scout circus, " Scout i' oings," will be held May. 12 at! ha Hammond Civic theater.! larvin C. Rogers is general! hairman. I Mrs. Mem mini Paul rhoto 3STH YEAR FETE WILL BE HELD BY LEGION POST Sullivan American Legion post will hold its 35th anniversary dinner dance at 7:30 p. m. Saturday in the hall at 3236 W. 63d st. Municipal Court Judge Joseph B. Hermes will be toast-master. Entertainment and dancing will follow the dinner. Co-chairmen are Frank D. Lundy and Arthur F. Keiner. They will be assisted by Donald R. Berryman, William T. Allen, and-Raymond'E. Lundy. Communion Mass Set for St. Jane Holy Name Members of the Holy Name society' of St. Jane de Chantal church, 5247 S. McVicker av., will have a communion mass at 8 a. m. Sunday. JOHNW.McCANN ANDREW McCANN Established 1890 PLUMBING & HEATING KITCHENS and BATHROOMS REMODELED 1957 E. 73rd St. Midway 3-6737 Louis Ounenheimer. 1642 E. 56th st., retired Chicago banker. has been elected a trus tee of the Na tional Jewish hospital in Denver. O'p-penheimer. honorary pres- ldent and former execu tive vice president of t h e Adolph KraUS Oppenhtlmer B'nai B'rith lodge, will work with Felix Van Cleef, 1765 E. 55lh st., chairman of the hospital's midwest regional committee. Two south side vounesters. Roberta Levin, 9639 Merrill av.. and Mary Frances Harms, 5738 -K-enwood av., have been cited by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for having written outstanding essays on the theme of "Youth Sneaks for Brotherhood." Miss Levin represented the Chicago Camp ire uins and Miss Harms, the bin iscout council. - Frank Hagertv. 2231 fi7th st has been named chairman of the Chatham Y. M. C. A 's board of directors. Hapertv sales manager of the Chicago omce ol Johns-Manville. has been affiliated with the Chath am "Y" since 1951. He succeeds James'Herman of Home-wood who headed Uie board in 1904 and 1955. ACKERMAN'S, Inc. 154th & Ashland Ave. Harvey, III. Phone EDison 1-5005 HOUSEWIFE, 38, TAKES HONORS AS LAW GRAD Among the ranks of , the graduating class of John Mar- shall Law school at the recent commencement exercises was Mrs. Anna Langf ord, 6036 S.- Bish op st., a 38 year old housewife and mother. When hon ors were awarded, Mrs. Lang- ford stepped forward to re ceive: the Lawyers Institute Scholarship for graduate study, awarded to the highest ranking student in the class; the Bobbs-Merrill company Mrs. Lanxford prize, given to the student ranking highest during the senior year; the Edward T. Lee scholarship, for attaining the highest third year average, and .the Joint Publishers of American Jurisprudence prize f or h i g h e s t grades in mortgages and conflict of laws courses. She also was named to the Order of John Marshall, honorary scholarship society. Thus Mrs."Langord culminated her 10 year endeavor to obtain a law degree, which be gan wnen sne entered Roosevelt college shortlv after World War II to take her pre- legal training. Working as a clerk-typist she earned monev to pay her way thru school. In 1948 she married Lawrence C. Langford and in 1952 her schooling was interrupted by the birth of Lawrence Jr. Doing the triple iob of moth er, housewife, and student she persisted and obtained the goal which she had first decided upon as a graduate from Hyde Park High school in iadb and nourished while working with the secretary of state office during the war years. . In September Mrs. Langford will take her state bar examinations and will begin practicing law as a member of the James A. Riggs and Associates real estate appraisers and consultants firm, 4836 South Park way. Chicago Police V. F. W. Seats Officers April 21 Chicago Police post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars on April 21 will install its 1956 slate of officers headed bv Comdr. Edward McKim, 654 W. 55fh st. Other South siderjs to be installed are Peter Berg, 6228 S. Campbell av., junior vice commander; William White, 6720 Jeffery av., post advocate; Joseph Carroll, 939 W. ' 111th st., chaplain; Clar ence W. King, 8922 Aberdeen St., adjutant, and John Malone,' 5320 Union av., service officer. (Ltljiragn SaUi? STrihittt Ihurxiay, April 5, 1956 H S Part 5 Page 9 DANCE SLATED FOR ST. KILIAN YOUNG PEOPLE St. Kilian Young Peoples club, 8725 May st., will hold its annual spring dance Saturday night at the Acacia Country club, Wolf rd. and route 66. Chairman of the event is Martin J. Cosgrove, 8507 Carpenter st. Members of the dance committee include -Mary Ann Burke, 9004 Throop st.; Patricia Goss, 8824 Throoo sr Patricia McCullough, 8708 Union av.; Patricia Sampson, hzo inroop st.; Eugene Sheehy, 8442 Throop st.. and Tony Ziccorelli, 7006 Justine av. Neiu Hospital Aids Woman's auxiliary of Evan gelical hospital has received 100 new members, announced Mrs. Georee Wiepot nonn Hamilton av., auxiliary official ROSE BUSHES BIG SALE OF EVERGREENS Arbor Yitae ....$2.29 Scotch Pine ..$2.49 Spiny Greek Juniper. $2.98 Irish Juniper. ..... .$2.98 Norway Spruce. . . . .$2.98 Black Hills Spruce. .$3.49 Japanese Yews $5.98 Ferfiiien of All Brands Special Prices Flagstone ......$ 1 5.00 ton Best Humus, 3 Bu $1.00 Fruit Trees, Shade Treei, Flowering Shrubs of All Kiito'j of Very tow Prieei BLOOMING PLANTS CUT FLOWERS COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES STONE'S FL0WERLAND 108th St. and Western Ave. Opn Evtningj 'til J P.M. and All Day Sunday! 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