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TfIephone Plainfield 6-8000 SOCIETY 1VEWS PLAINFIELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1944 SOCIETY NEWS PAGE FIVE Birthday Tables to Mark Women Guilds' Luncheon At Crescent Avenue Church yirt in a series of celebrations to commemorate the 100th nnivprsary of the Crescent Avenue Chureh, the Guilds of the VirtU have their annual birthday luncheon Tuesday at V4.- P- m- in ,he Church HUM'- The guests will be seated at t hies decorated to represent the month in which their birth-, . oe(.urs. and the hostesses will be dressed in costume depict-?a; tj1(, jriods since the beginning of the guilds. There also .,, t ulI'lV "I mvu WVll ' " I Hartridge Pupils Present Plays At Assembly Th,P plavs. iv at re" cent Hirtridge School Assembly. The first Play. in four scenes ntirrlv in French, included in ca" the following members of 1 ": Sue Rando,Ph-Vraue PuBois. Jov Mooney. Pa-t:idag Perry, Margreta Volk and Kitty Ladd. Three memoei-s ui "" '"- J- Aok Dart Thev were Jane Fiuott. Patricia Nash and Jane tL Other members of Academic e in -Rip Van Winkle." They 11 Carol Brokaw. Carol Haye, Donna Martwick. PoUy Steele Betty Van Buren Mar Dirs'e Anne Morrell. Virginia P.ausch, Patricia Grey. Ruth Frank. Joan Williams, Joan Win-datt and Carol Kuntz. Tr!e school will have it Red Cross War Fund drive Monday through Wednesday. Miss Virginia H'lvler is the faculty representative.' Class representatives s-e Beverlv Braverman. Helen Bishop, Wesley Martin, Elise Best-hotr and Mary Darsie. Miss Frances Hurrey, principal, will conclude her series of class teas this week when the seniors and Academic 2's will be her guests. Personals Admiral Forrest Royal. 17. S. Navy, and Mrs. Royal of Washington. D. C, are spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. William Morehead Vermilye of Madison Ave Dr. Arch M. Paulson of E. Sev enth St. has departed for Alhambra, Calif., where he will visit his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Olsen of Randolph Rd. have gone to Florida where thy ill isit Mrs. Olsen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Eddv of Wetfield. Mr. and Mrs.. Louis C. Rugen of W. Eighth St. are in St. Louis, Mo., j where thev are the zuests of their: si-m nri risnc-htr-in-lw Mr snri m.. t- . -v. i t... hi.... r ! Valentine). Mr and XTr Philin Tv nnM. r renfrT Av ar vt;nnmn in 1 Florida. Mr. a. id Mis. William A. Bour Jr. of Crescent Ave. are spending j a few days in New York City. Their daughter. Mrs. Robert Burns Archibald, had a son born Tuesday (Mar. 7. 1944) in Lenox Hill Hospital, N. Y. Lieut. Thoma Uoyd Miller. U. S. Navy, and Mrs. Miller, forme-residents of Sleepy Hollow Lane, jtcw Ivnnz in Stonington, Conn., are spending a few days in New York City. Capt. and Mrs. William Strong have arrived in Plainfield from Green.oooro. N C. and have taken up residence' in their Kensington Ave. home. Their daughter, Janet, will b me of the students arriving home Wednesday from Miss Masters' School, Ibbs Ferry, N. Y. Returning Wednesday from Miss Masters" School) Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., for their spring vacations will be Mi. Mary Stuart. Miss Kather-ine Baker. Miss Grace Marshal and Miss Paula Welles. Miss Mary Ann Quarles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet A. Quarles of E. Seventh St.. took part in the recent dramatization of the IUiad produced by the Classical Club of Mt. Holyoke College. Mrs. Norman McLeod Carter Osancy Preston) and her small eon, Norman Jr., left yesterday for Clearwater. Fla., where they will pend a month with Lieut, (j. g.) Carter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. How-rd Carter of Kensington Ave., vacationing in Clearwater. I M;9 Peggy Voorhees. daughter " Ifr. and Mrs. Edward Leroy voorhees f Bedminster, formerly aiartine Ave., will go Monday to Florida to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Stephen H. Voorhees, at her inter home in Dunedin. Mrs. Fiances DeLacey Hyde of Hydewood Pk. has returned to her tome after a visit in Tuscon, Ariz. a Dr"v Edward Cu-shing of Prospect Ave. has returned from a two-weeks vacation in Florida Charles King, son of Mrs. Charles A King of Central Ave., who has visiting in Philadelphia since Anrfn Va5ation f"rn Phillips Andoer Academy began arrived Av aV.en Jf Woodland ov Heeley. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawre s. Heely f Irv- Capt. Leon r-.;r .."': Kot" P- Mac Cd Mr ro Va ,.V "ar,n t Quanti-ith Mr" w P7,d,n th 'eend nd Mr, FhI3001 Pleats. Mr. iJe Ave. Edward J- Waring of Hill- V r 2dJv McGlon- daughter of side Av. " John McGlone of Hill- s'-irnr honorl recently at givrr k 19. niiscellaneoua shower E 'h Mis Cornelia a-nd Vr n h,U1- twin daughter, of Fdzljttr'- C. Wales of rhl,t Ave- Thy w among .r lt'ridr' for Mis. McGlone at nny Crmg Allen. ofW.a"d Mr" c- Boardman Tyler 'vm f,om a visit tn Florid. nun II trill lr IIIV IIIIIIVII. . T1 ,J Tuesday's program will be opened with a devotional service entitled, "A Day of Remembrance," conducted by Miss Jean Cochran. Miss Harriet Goddard will.speak on the Guild's Forebears, and Mrs. Charles A. Watkins, president of the Junior Guild, will tell the story of the guild. "The Past Is But a Prelude" will be the subject 9f the talk by Mrs. Don H. V. Felch, president of the Senior Guild, and Mrs. J. Harold Loizeaux will be the soloist for a. series of "Songs of Long Ago." In charge of the exhibition of antiques are Mrs. Arthur Nelson and Mrs. Leslie Fort. Mrs. Herbert Dean is luncheon chairman. Mrs. George Herring is general tables decorations chairman, and Mrs. Henry Bogatko is in charge of the costumes. Hostesses Named Mrs. L. Harlowe Miller and Mrs. Roger Clarke, hostess chairmen, have announced the names of those who will be in charge of the individual tables, and who are responsible for decorations. Hostesses for the January table LUNCHEON SPEAKER Mrs. Don H. W. Felch. president of the Senior Guild of the Crescent Avenue Church, who will speak at the annual birthday luncheon planned for Tuesday in the church house. are frs MurraV Rushmore and niint r T? T jiiHlaw Fehrj- jary. Mrs. Beekman R. Terhune and Mrs. Henry L. De Forest: March, Mrs. Alfred Buttfield and Mrs. Ber narri Stone: April. Mrs. Arthur Ralph and Mrs. John B. Sparks May, Miss Edna Brown, Mrs. Blanche Nash and Mrs. Henry V. Brower: June. Mrs. Frank Martin Mrs. Frazier Groff and Mrs. O. ri. Lounsbury; July, Mrs. Cecil E. Rut- ledge and Mrs. Charles C. Burne August, Mrs. Charles A. King and Mrs. Lansing Y. Lippincott; Sep tember, Mrs. J. L. Flaven, Mr Anna Stewart and Mrs. Robert W'ean; October, Mrs. Oscaf Kroll Mrs. H. J. Hemphill and Mrs. In grid Madsen, November, Mrs. Rob ert Gardner and Mrs. Reade Ryan and December. Mrs. Charles Pif fard. Mrs. Eugene P. Hatch and Mrs. Daniel F. Ginna. Gigef-Caine Wedding Set for Mar. 18 Metuchen Miss Christine Betty Came, daughter of Mrs. Madelyn M Caine. 155 Princeton Rd.. Elizabeth and Lieut. George C. Giger, son of Maj. and Mrs. George Giger of Lake Ave., will be married in St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Elizabeth on Saturday. Mar.-18. A reception will follow the ceremony at the Elizabeth Town and Country Club. Miss Ja-ne Giger, sister of Lieutenant Giger, will be maid of honor, and the bridesmaids will be the Misses Ursula Gonder and Jean Hagadorn of Elizabeth and Ruth Brennan of Plainfield. The couple plans to reside in Greenville, Pa. Lieutenant Giger is stationed at Camp Reynolds. Lenten Organ Recital To Feature Symphonies Organ music from famous fifth symphonies will constitute the third in a series of Lenten organ recitals arranged by Charlotte Lockwood Garden, minister of music of the Crescent Avenue Church. The, re cital will be at 5 p. m. tomorrow in trie church. Included in the program will be Schubert s Andante from his Fifth Symphony; Dvorak's Largo from his "New World Symphony"; and the Andante Cantabile from Tchai-kowsky's Fifth Symphony. The following Sunday Alexander scftreiner. organist of the Salt Lake Tabernacle, will be the guest. St. Agnes Guild Plans Hillbilly Supper, Dance St. Agnes Guild of Holy Cross Church is planning a hillbilly slipper and square dance Saturday, Apr. 22, at 6:30 p. m. A male quartet will entertain during supper. A caller and orchestra have been engaged for the dancing after. Plans for this party were discussed at a recent luncheon meeting in the home of Mrs. Leslie D. Dawson of Woodland Ave. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Dawson were Mrs. Julius Fleischman and Mrs. Charles W Frothingham. fRAPPS I Prci4ptloa Pharmacy r 626 PARK AVENUE I Daily Hours g a. m. to 10 p. m. ai Budif Honrs t a. m. to 1 p. m. mJ jL V:' ' ' jy.--.-::: :--::- v Photo by Howard Rowe . STUDENT ENGAGED Miss Edith Anne Kistler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kistler of Park Ave., whose engagement to John J. Carone. L'SNR. has been announced. She is a- student at Radciiffe College. Her fiance is stationed in Washington, D. C. Edith Kistler. John Carone Engaged to Wed Mr. and Mrs. Hiram P. Kistler of 923 Park Ave. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Edith Anne, to John J. Carone, sea man first class, son of Air. and Mrs. Dominick Carone of 626 W. Sixth St. Miss Kistler was graduated from Plainfield High School and is a student at Radciiffe College, Cam bridge Mass. Mr. Carone also was graduated from Plainfield High School and is stationed with the Fleet Post Office in Washington D. C. No date has been set for the wed ding. BoatmanSickle Engagement Announced Middlesex Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Evelyn Boatman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Langton Concordia, Kans., to Pvt. Fred Sickle of the U. S.-Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sickle, Lin coln Blvd. The Sickle family received word yesterday that their son has arrived safely in England. He attended the Watchung School and was em ployed at the Calco Chemical Di vision, American Cyanamid Com pany, before entering the service 15 months ago. Meadowbrook Village News Mrs. Oliver Phillips of James town, N. Y.. Mrs. Henry Granger and Mrs. Joseph Freed of Lake- wood, N. Y., spent several days this week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Treptow of Building 3. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Hender son of Building 14 celebrated the tenth anniversary of their marriage tnis week. They were married in New York City. Mrs. Henderson is the former Miss Mildred Lamborn of Fort Wayne, Ind. The couple has two children. Thomas James and William Compton. Mrs. Kathryn F. Kirby of Build ing z entertained vesterdav at dessert bridge. Guests included Mrs Marie L. Beams of Building 19, Mrs r&ui bmith of Building 21 and Mrs trank Suman of Building 30. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Hoff mier of Building 24, will attend an informal party this evening at the home of Mrs. Loretta Lanagan of isew Brunswick. , 0 Mrs. John W. Hall of Building i was nosiess yesterday at luncheon and the theater in New York City to a few friends. Lieut. Commander Lester H. Kern, former resident of Building 122, who was killed in action in the Pacific on Nov. 23. was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart for Military merit and for wounds received in action which resulted in his death. The medal was sent to Mrs. Kern who is now residing in Baltimore, Md. Miss Marguerite Dav of Short Hills recently spent two weeks as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Stedman Macfarland of Building 23. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Truitt and iamuy or Building 3 are now residing in Fanwood. Mr. and Mrs. Algie A. Hendrix and son Carver of Building 23, are spending several weeks in Alabama visiting relatives. Mrs. Henry S. Carroll is expected' home' next week after visiting friends and relatives in Memphis, Tenn. j Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Herr-! mann of Building 1 celebrated the 22nd anniversary of their marriage Wednesday. Mrs. Herrmann is the former Miss Corina Mackers of Tal-cahiuano, Chile. The couple has three children, Frederick N., in the , U. S. Army, John, who is a student ; at Valley Forge Military Academy, I Valley Forge, Pa. and Adriana who i resides at home with her parents, The merchant who keeps the public sold will be sitting pretty when the whistle blows even if he doehave to sell them he can't sell them all they want. H!yll!ll!!lffl,UJ,Wli!fflU!tlWilWIUttlilU cm i ni Tiincc ivnn KNOW GOOD FOOD! I SERVED SO WELL STEAKS LOBSTER Snuffy's Steak House SCOTCH PLAINS VARIETY OF SEA FOODS Catering to Parties and Wedding Receptions OPEN 12 Noon to Midnight. Except Soturdoy Until 2 A. M. Of f N Sunday t 1 T. M to Midnight. ClOSED Monday. PARK and MOUNTAIN AVENUES PHONE FANWOOD J-7587 Somerset Bui Stop at Door PublloServico t Blocks BRIDE-ELECT Mis Marguerite Lambertson, who is the fiance of Howard A. Stapf, seaman first class, U. S. Coast Guard Reserve. She is the daughter of Lambert Lambertson of Sanford Ave. and the late Mrs. Lambertson. Betrothal Announced Of Miss Lambertson To Howard A. Stapf The engagement has been an nounced of Miss Marguerite il. Lambertson, daughter of Lambert Lambertson of 29 Sandford Ave., and the late Mrs. Anna Corley Lambertson, to Howard A. Stapf, sea man first class, U. S. Coast Guard Reserve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stapf of Flushing and Massepequa, 1. ihe betrothal was made known at a dinner party given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carmichael of 59 Washington Ave. Miss Lambertson was graduated from North Plainfield High School in 1937 and from the Bellevue Hospital School of Nursing, N. Y. She is attached to the Bellevue nursing stair. Her nance enlisted for serv ice in October, 1942, and is station ed at the Asbury Park Guard Bar racks. Joan McCarthy Plans for Wedding Mar. 18 Westfleld Miss J6n McCarthy. daughter of Mrs. George F. McCar thy of Everson PI., and the late Mr. McCarthy, has selected Saturday, Mar. 18, as the day for her .marriage to Lieut. Lindley H. Leggett 3rd, U. S. Army Air Force, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leggett Jr. of E. Broad Si. The wedding will take place in the First Methodist Church, with the Rev. John Wesley Lord, D. D., pastor of the church, officiating, A reception will be held in the Leg gett home for the families and close friends. Mrs. Charles R. Witham of Jack son, Mich., will be her sister's honor attendant, and Katharine Leggett sister of the bridegroom-elect, will be junior bridesmaid. Other at tendants will include Miss Gertrude Mullen. Miss Mary Gilpin. Miss Caror Henry and Mrs. Clifford Pa- risi, all of Westfield. Dr. Leggett will be his son's best man. The ushers will be Edgar P, Leggett, a brother of the bride groom-elect, Ensign Marshall Thorn as, U. S. Navy, and William Fetzer of the Merchant Marine, all of Westfield, and Lieut. H. C Murray or suineid, Conn. To Attend Dance Miss Julie Braverman of Ever green Ave., chairman of the War Activities Committee of the Mt Holyoke Club of New York, will attend another of the club's month ly dances for servicemen tomorrow in New York. IS OVERSEAS Pvt. Caroline H. Douglas. WAC, who has arrived somewhere overseas, according to word received by her mother, Mrs. Walter J. Dougla. of W. Eighth St. She received her training at Daytona Beach, Fla., after entering the service last September. Private Douglas attended Hartridge School and St. Mary's School In Burlington. BICYCLES WE NEW and. REBUILT GEORGE L. SIMON 13S NORTH AVENUE PLAINFD3LD '; W X -4 J WWj 1 1 1l II I I.IIMMIlWMailMMIIIIWWMIWMWWW Photo by Buschke ENGAGED TO ENSIGN Miss Elaine Coxhead, whose engagement to Ensign Donald Robert Parker, USNR, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Coxhead of Sleepy Hollow. Elaine' Coxhead Engaged to Wed Donald Parker. 9- Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Coxhead of 1046 Sleepy Hollow Lane have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, to Ensign Don aid Robert Parker, USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Parker of 1139 Hillside Ave. A dinner party was given recently by Mr. and Mrs Coxhead in honor of their daugh ter ana ner nance. A graduate of Plainfipiri h:i. School. Miss Coxhead also wn o-roH. uaiea irom tne Roosevelt Hospital cnooi or xsursing in New York City. Ensign Parktr was o-raHuoori irom t-iainneid High School and Brown University, where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He recentlv was rommissionoH at the Midshipmen's School, Columbia university, n. i. Demonstration Lecture Planned for Meeting -Of Art Association Miss Louise Cross, member of the Sculptor's League and of Artists for Victory, will be the guest speaker for the Plainfield Art Association Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Art Gallery of the Plainfield Public Library. Miss Cross has studied here and abroad, and is known for her carvings in wood and stone. She will give a demonstration lecture, taking for her model one of the audience. Friendship Circle Plans Luncheon Meeting The Friendship Circle of the King's Daughters will meet Thursday at 1 p. m. in the YWCA for its monthly luncheon meeting. Mrs, Annie M. Most is president of the circle. Mrs. Walter Jacob's group wil be hostess. Due to the illness of the secretary no notices of the meeting will be sent. To Discuss Perennials Mrs. Finley S. Ellingwod of 959 Hilltop Rd. will be hostess to the Spade and Trowel Club Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. John Fisher will be co-hostess. Following a revision of the by-laws, Mrs. Hervey K Doane will give an informal talk on perennials. A round-table dis cussion of gardening problems will conclude the meeting. School Plans Recital The first in a series of recitals will be held tonight in the French School at 7:30 when a group of young students will give a piano program. Tomorrow the annual agility contest will be held, at 3:15 p. m. in the school. It will be fol lowed by a short piano recital. Mrs. A. Wallace Zimmerman and Miss Mary H. Hicks will act as hostesses. Visits at Home Pvt. Kenneth C. Kessler, son of Mrs. F. C. Kessler, 1248 Lenox Ave., paid a surprise visit to his mother last weekend. He is attending the University of Maine, where he is enrolled in the Army specialized training program. He is studying engineering. Private Kessler entered the Army Aug. 17, 1943. Card Parties Mar. 18 Card party sponsored "by Old Glory Council .2, sons ana iufnwn of Liberty, at 326 W. Front St., 8:30 p. m. Mar. 18 Card party under aacpicc. of past master, and part matron, of Lydia Chapter 4L, OES, at 8:15 p. m. In the home of Mr. Florence Young, 1135 W. Front St. COMING! COMING! COMING! MARCH 20th 1 The Sequel to "FOREST AND THE FORT" ; a by Hervey Allen " g I "BEDFORD VILLAGE" 1 $2.50 S The Plainfield Book Shop, Inc. 1 321 PARK AVENUE j If TEL. PLFD. 6-4415 LIBRARY DELIVERY 10c g 1!SlttR!llHI!!1ii;;iiiiiillW THE IS AT :::.: - . ..... t- GIVE MORE IN 9 44! Goodwin Motor Corporation Stiuiebaker Distributors t vn VAST .Sth STREET USO to Hear Mrs. Hver Sins: Popular Program Mrs. Frederick Hyer, soprano, will sing a program -of popular songs at the Plainfield Ave. USO Center, Camp Kilmer, on Monday. Formerly appearing in stock and Broadway productions, Mrs. Hyer has also played at the Maplewood Theater in New Hampshire and the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn. She and her husband were charter member of the Drones, little theater in Plainfield. Cakes and pies for the canteen that day will be given by Mrs. Hyman Abrams, Mrs. M. Perlmut-ter, Mrs. Carl Bishop. Mrs. Ferris Hetherington, Mrs. Michael , Stry-ker, Mrs. Robert W. Rogers, Mrs. J. Herbert Case, Mrs. R. B. Ridge- way, Mrs. W. V. Scott, Mrs. Allyn V. Laird, Mrs. Lawrence Coul-thrust, Mrs. Michael D Sheppard. Mrs Frank Smith and Mrs. Ruth Babcock. Hostesses last Monday afternoon wera Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. Sewell Ulrich, Mrs. F. DeForeest Emmons and Mrs. Frances Spreen. In -the evening Mrs. Aaron Allen. Mrs. S. Lawrence Samuels, Mrs. Joseph Goldis, Mrs. N. Suffness, Mrs. G. Lang and Mrs. R. Newman went to the center with the Plainfield girls. Miss Molly Marsh also did char coal sketches of the soldiers and Miss Helen Luery led the dancing. Four Plainfield women attended the non-commissioned officers' dance on Tuesday. They were Mrs. Joseph G. Carty, Mrs. Frank Blatz Jr., Mrs. M. Mironov, and Mrs. H. Silverstein. Hostesses at the formal USO dance Thursday evening were Mrs. John Voorhees, Mrs. Justus Agnoli, Mrs. O. M. Gordon and Mrs. Edwin S. Turner. Mrs.. J. G. Carty and Mrs. John C. Martin also at tended the USO Management Com mittee meeting there that same evening. Mrs. Donald Henwood, Mrs. William Keiffer, Mrs. M. Brown and Mrs. Samuels will be the chaperones at the service club party thi evening. Wynie Calloway Engaged to Robert T. Hunt New Market Mr. and Mrs. Ben jamin J. Calloway of Collins, Ga., announce the engagement of their tfaughter. Miss Wynie Hall Callo- ENGAGEMENT TOLD Miss Wynie Hall Calloway of Atlanta, Ga., whose engagement to Robert Theodore Hunt, son of Mrs. Anna Hunt of Stelton Rd., New Market, and the late O. B. Hunt, has been announced. way of Atlanta, Ga., to Robert Theodore Hunt, son of Mrs. Anna W. Hunt of Stelton Rd. and the late O. B. Hunt. The bride-elect was graduated from Collins High School and the Georgia Normal Business College at Douglas, Ga. Mr. Hunt was grad uated from New Brunswick High School and attended Rutgers Uni veraity. He is a second lieutenant in the Plainfield Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, in charge of training aviation cadets for the Army. THE F INEST QUALITY PRODUCTS Used In All Our Baked Goods. PLAINFIELD PASTRY SHOP 108 WATCHUNG AVENUE Plainfield 6-8032 RED CQSS HIS SIDE AND r 1 THE RED CROSS IS VG'J J PLAINFIELD 6 9700 l rff- A i ; Photo by Bachrach ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT Miss Pamela Sharretts, whose engagement to Sub Lieut. Robert Harrower Mouat, Royal Navy Volunteer .Reserve, of Scotland, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Sharretts, formerly of Woodland 'Ave., now living in New York City. Pamela Sharretts Is Engaged To British Officer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Power Sharretts of New York City and Water Mill, LT I formerly of Woodland Ave., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Lane, to Sub Lieut. Robert Harrower Mouat, Royal Navy Volunteers Reserve, son of Mrs. Rob ert Harrower Mouat of Westruther, Gordon, Berwickshire, Scotland, and the late Mr. Mouat. Miss Sharretts was graduated from St. Catherine's School, Richmond, Va. and attended Harcum Junior College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Her brothers are Lieut. Thomas Brooks Sharretts, Lieut. Edward Power Sharretts Jr., both of the Army, and Lieut, Amos Brereton Sharretts of the Army Air Force. Lieutenant Mount was graduated from the Fettas School in Scotland. He is a member of the Conservative Club, London, and the Wat-sonian Old Boys Club, Edinburgh, Scotland. Army Lieutenant's Wife Given Shower, Luncheon Mrs. B. M. Jurgens of El Paso, Tex., was guest of honor Thursday at a luncheon and shower given in the home of Mrs. William H. Rice of Clinton Ave. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Rice were Mrs. Robert Hand, and Mrs. Helen Cheney. Guests were Mrs. Frank Smith, Mrs. E. D. Elliot, Mrs. Fred Brown Mrs. Charles Strassle, Mrs. Edward Strassle, all of Plainfield, Mrs. Fred Lahey of Dunellen, Miss F. M. Baldridge, senior hostess at Camo Kilmer, and Miss Barbara Brown, who served as shower girl. Mrs. - Jurgens, the former Miss Windoline Sue McKelvey, is the wife of First Lieut, B. M. Jurgens, now serving overseas. She is visit ing Lieutenant Jurgens parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, 1318 Belleview Ave. Loiselle-Ricardo Westfield Mr. and Mrs. George Loiselle of Worcester, Mstss., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Florence Anita, to Sgt. Henry Ricardo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ricardo of W'illow Grove Rd. Sergeant Ricardo is a graduate of Westfield High School and Coleman's Business College, Newark. Before entering the service he was employed by the Guy Villa Construction Company, Westfield. He is now stationed at Camp Croft, S. C. Drama Group to Meet The Drama Group of the Plain-field College Club will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the home of Mrs. P. L. Tolli3on, 157 Sandford Ave. Mrs. A. Edward Statham will review "Tomorrow the World." WEDDING GIFTS Of Framed Pictures are always the desired Gift. A Beautiful Collection of Floral and Goulds Bird Prjnts has just been received. Costs caji be as moderate as you wish. (ARTIST 'SUPPLIES) SWAIN'S ART STORE 317 W. FRONT STREET. PLAINFIELD, N. J. Plainfield 6-1707 Short Cuts For Active Volunteers Dedicated to you home-front heroines . . . War Workers . . . Volunteers . . . Wives and Sweethearts of Servicemen coiffures that are wpn- derfully simple for your busy days . . . simply wonderful for your star-spangled evenings. 'Choose the style that's right for you today! THE VANITY SHOPPE 209-211 EAST FIFTH STREET Tel. Plainfield 6-0823 Dorothy Lloyd Chapel Bride of Earl Smith Jr. Miss Dorothy Mae Lloyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd of 1238 Lansdowne Terr., is being married this' afternoon to Ensign Earl Wayne Smith Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith of Pottstown, Pa. The Rev. Robert B. Rock is performing the ceremony in th Crescent Avenue Church chapel, and a reception follows at Blue Hills Plantation. . 9 The bride, given in marriage by her father, is wearing an eggshell satin gown with off-the-shoulder neckline trimmed with self-shirring long-pointed sleeves, basque bodice and short train. Her Ungertip veil of silk net falls from a half hat of shirred net .festooned with small white flowers, and she is carrying a bouquet of white camellias. Miss Ellen Morrow a former classmate, is the only attendant. She is wearing American Beauty taffeta, with sweetheart neckline and modified dirndl skirt, a match-: ing flower hat and carrying a bouquet of tea roses. Robert Kramer of Lansda-le, Pa., and TJadet James Prescott of Carlisle, Pa., the ushers. Following-a wedding trip to Lake Placid, N. Y.. the couple will live in New York, City. Prior to the wedding the bride was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Miss Shirley Can-dee and Miss Patricia Binga-man in the Candee home in Woodland Ave. She also was feted at a personal shower given by her former coworkers in New York. The bride attended Plainfield High School, Dickinson Seminary, Williamsport, Pa., and Dickinson, College. Ensign Smith was graduated from the Hill School, Potts-" town, attended Dickinson College and was graduated from Franklin-- Marshall College. He was commissioned upon his graduation from college last January Women's Auxiliary To Hear Talk on Home Service Mrs. Virginia Hunter of Scotch Plains will speak at the March meeting of the Grace Church Woman's Auxiliary Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Parish House. Formerly supervisor for USO n-nr-lj- rf tVio TVnvollra A i in "Mew York City, Mrs. Hunter directed the organization of the large USO units in New York Grand Central Station and Pennsylvania Station. She then acted as director for the USO Travelers Aid Unit in Lebanon, Pa., and spent two months working with the Army on maneuvers. Since early autumn Mrs. Hunter has been associated with the Plain- field-North Plainfield Chapter or the American Red Cross in the Home Service Department, Her topic will be, "Social Work As It Relates to the Home Service Department of the Red Cross." A brief business meeting will precede the talk. A tea, arranged by Mrs. Orville G. Wearing, will conclude the program. i SPECIALS of the week Children's TWIRLING BATONS Slightly Imperfect QQa Rubber Top - - - 030 Top Child's Fine Xylophone . . . 90c Visit AVu Jersey's Largest and Most Complete Music Center GREGORY'S 530 WEST FRONT STREET TEL. PLFD. 6-8549 Open Thurs. and Sat. Etm.

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