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Wednesday, July 5, 1944
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PAGE TEN SOCIETV 1VEWS TLAINFIELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1941 Telephone Plain field 6-8009 Josephine Phillips Married to Tiger D. Andrews Middlesex Miss Josephine Ber-nice Phillips, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips of Lincoln Blvd., and Tiger David Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews of Denton PI., were married yesterday at 10 a.n. at a ceremony performed by the Rev. John J. Reilly in St. John"s (RC) Church, Dunellen. A Nuptial High Mass followed the ceremony. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was gowned in imported chantilly lace, princess styled, with long sleeves and long train. Her long veil of silk. Illusion hung from crown of orange blossoms, he carried a white prayer book and rotary beads with, white orchids and bourardia. Wedding Attendants Miss Claire Andrews, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, while Lieutenant Andrew Arena of the U. S. Army, South Carolina, was best man. Judy Cella, 4-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony CellA of this borough, was the flower Kirl, while 5-year old Ray mond Ganim of Is'ew Brunswick, cousin of the bridegrom, was ring-bearer. Bridesmaids were Miss Anne Pellegrin of Middlesex, Mrs. Char lotte Jones, also this borough; Mrs. Louise Loeffler of Hillside, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Agnes Walsh. New Brunswick; Miss Jean Knox, Bound Brook; and Miss Mary Andrews, the bridegroom s sister. Ushers .were Edwin and Edward Phillips, twin-brothers of the bride; Pfc. Victor Andrews, U.S. Army, Kelly Field, Texas, brother of the bridegroom; Henry Loeffler of Hill side, Drotner-in-iaw or tne Drme.' groom; William Hefferman of Middlesex, U.S. Coast Guard; and Michael Gallo Jr. of Linden. The maid of honor wore a gown of starched sheer in blue with picture hat trimmed with forget-me-nots, and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaids wore pink gowns of starched theer, made similar to that of the maid of honor. They also wore picture hats and carried bouquets of pink roses and blue delphinium. Little Judy Cella wore a long gown of white starched sheer -with juliet cap trimmed with white forget-me-nots, and carried a basket of pink roses. The ring-bearer wore a white satin Lord Fauntleroy suit. Mrs. Orrel W. Greaney of Dunellen. the soloist, was accompanied by Miss Agnes Ronayne, church organist, at the organ. 50fl Attend Reception Following the ceremony a nuptial breakfast was held for approximately 60 members of the immediate families and the wedding party at the Park Hotel, Plainficld. A reception for approximately W)0 guests was held at 5:30 p.m. at the Eagles ClNb in Pla infield. Following the latter reception the couple departed on a month's wedding trip. Upon their return they will reside in Foster Ave., South Plainfield. Mrs. Andrews attended Mount St. Mary's Academy. North Plainfield; and was graduated from St. Peter's High School. New Brunswick; and New Brunswick Preparatory and Secretarial School. Mr. Andrews, a graduate of Bound Brook High School, eerved as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserve until he received a medical discharge recently for injuries incurred when his ship was sunk in the Mediterranean. Edicard II en it t Weds Dorothy Smith Chester Miss Dorothy Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. .w-as married Sunday evening to Edward Hewitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hewitt of Sergeants-ville. The ceremony was performed in the parsonage of the Congregational Church by the pastor, the Rev. Robert Marston. A reception followed in the home of the bride's parents. Miss Smith wore a gown of pink taffeta and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Mrs. James Tester, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and wore a gown of orc hid chiffon. Mr. Hewitt's bent man was Fred Ryaearson of Ringoes. Miss Thomas Engaged Flemington Announcement has been made of the engagement of MisA Dorothy E. Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas of Warren Glen, to Tech. Sgt. Douglns G. Rpftsoner. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Llovd Rea.soner of Flemington. Miss Thomas is a graduate of Phillipsburg High School and attended Churchman Business College. Sergeant Reasoner is a graduate of Flemington High School and for the past four years has been eta-tioned in Hawaii. He is spending a month's furlough at his home here. Wedding Dale Set Fa n wood Mr. and Mm Donald H. Gardner of North Ave. have rnnounced the approaching marriage of their daughter, Marion Wilson Gardner, to Charles W. De-Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs George PeBell of Farley Ave. The ceremony will take place in the Fan-wood Presbyterian t'hurch lit 8:15 p. m. on Saturday, July 15. Births Mr. and Mr. Clmrlrs Nenl. 120 ;rove St.. ar" parrnts of a noil horn Saturday (July 1. 1344) in Muhlenberg Hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon Miller. 663 Stelle Ave. sre parents of a dauchtfr born Saturday (July 1. 1944) in Muhlenberg Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graziano. HikIi-'v 20. Watc-huns. are parents of a son horn Saturday (July 1. 1944) in Muhlenberg Hospital. T.ifiit and Mr. Clifford Ttooy. 740 Clark St . West f i. Id. nre parent of n dmiKhtrr horn Silml.'iv (July 2, l'Jtt) In .MutihiilM-iK Hospital. Mr. mid Mr. Vernon H.'irtnian, .rXI Clurk St. Went f ielil, nr- purr-lit of n dmiKhtr-r born Sunday (July 2. 1!41 In Muhlenberg Jloiipllal. Mr. and Mr. William A cans, Xl N'or-m'ood Ave.. South rMamf leld. are parents of a daughter born Sunday (July 2, 1944) in Muhlenberg Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A,ltert prhirippa. 217 Jarkson Ave., are parents of a daughter born Sunday (July 2. 1914) in Muhlen-b rg Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ch.irl-s Ward. IS!) Ter-rii! Hd . an' parents of a daughter born Monday (July 3. 1914) in Muhlenberg Hospital. Staff Set. and Mrs. William C. Wolf of Mountain View Terr.. Dunellen. snnounee the birth of a daughter, Varcry June, on June 21. 1944. at the Station Hospital, Maxwell Field. Ala. 4V Lieut. Jane Thompson -as ARMY NURSES Formerly nurses at Muhlenberg Hospital, the young ladies shown above were recently commissioned lieutenants in the Army Nurses Corps and are stationed in Atlantic City undergoing a three-week period of basic training. The officers are: Lieut. Helen M. Bergen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John X. D. Bergen, Belle Mead; Lieut. Dorothy Beattie,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Beattie, New Brunswick, and Lieut. Jane E. Thompnn, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elizabeth Seifts Married to Albert Godown Somerville Mr. and Mrs. Albert Godown, who were married Sunday afternoon, are spending their honeymoon in Atlantic City. They will reside at 19 Park Ave. The bride is the former Miss Elizabeth C. Seifts, daughter, of Mr. and Mrf. Jacob Seifts, of 832 Rebecca PI., Elizabeth. The bridegroom jis the son of Air. and Mrs. George Godown, of 42 Franklin St., Somerville. The wedding took place at 3:30 p. m. in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Elizabeth, with the Rev. W. W. Frey, pastor, officiating. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Seifts gave his daughter in marriage, and she was attended by Mrs. Florence Bollwage, of Manville. Walter Schulze was best man. Mrs. L. M. Taylor was at the organ and Mrs. John Baltz sang "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawning." The bride wore white satin with a fingertip veil and she carried white gladioli, gardenias and baby's breath. The matron of honor was gowned in aqua taffeta, with pink veil and tiara, and she carried pink gladioli. The. bridn was educated in Elizabeth schools. Mr. Godown attended Somerville schools. L. Ruth Lushear Plans for WeddinJuly 12 Westfield Miss Ll Ruth Luehear, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Howard K. Lushear of 1009 Columbus Ave., has completed plans for her marriage to Sgt. Howard L. Harte. U. S. Marine Corps, son of Councilman and Mrs. W. F. Harte? of 235 Bender Ave., Roselle Park. The wedding will take place Wednesday, July 12, at 8:30 p.m. at a candlelight service in the First Bap tist Church, with the Rev. Eugene G. Mihtz, pastor of the - church, officiating. A reception will follow for the members of the two families at the Park Hotel, Plainfield. Miss Helen G. Luehear will be her sister's maid of honor, and another sister, Miss Florence E. Lushear, will be bridesmaid. Mr. Harte will be his son's best man. Miss Lushear is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, Elizabeth. Her fiance in also a graduate of the Thomas Jefferson High School. He was associated with the Sales Division of Eppinger & Russell, New York City, before he wns called to tht service. He was In the Iiiitdulcimiil campaign. He Is a member of the First Marine Division cited by President Roosevelt for achievement in battle; and is expected to arrive home next Monday from California, where he has been stationed at Camp Pendle ton. Birllnlay Parly Warrenvllle, Mrs. Robert W. Wood of Oak Tree cottage fhU place, recently gave a birthday pany in nonor or ner nusband. A large birthdav cake was enioved by the guests while piano solos were offered by Miss Betty Bryan and Miss Shirley Elizabeth -Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wood. Mr. Wood is engaged in the moving business and is now making plans for his own warehouse which is expected to be built by fall and which will be called the Warren- ville Storage Warehouse. PTA TO HOLD SOCIAL Ilound Rrook St. Joseph's Parochial School PTA will hold a .social today at 8 p.m. in the parish house of St. Joseph's Church. Husbands of members will be invited to attend. Personals Mrs. Myron Morris and her children, Joan and Charles, have left their Norwood Ave. home and are at Belmar for the summer months. Miss Ada Eonini, Bette Clarke, Jane Werkheiser, Alice Perry and Claire Ixivell, accompanied by Miss Mildred P.icknell, are spending a week at Lavallette. Spending July in the Berkshire are Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerome Morris of !U Willow Ave, and their son and daughter. They are at Copake Kails. 1 FREE DELIVERY1 RAPPS Prescription Pharmacy 626 PARK AVENUE Daily Honrs 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. , Sunday Hour 9a.rn.tol p. m. . I ' r "t'. Lieut. Helen Bergen Meadowbrook Village News Fourth of July sports events scheduled to take place yesterday were interrupted by rain after several races had been run off. The events were then postponed and will be run off on Sunday, at 3:30 p. m. Ensign and Mrs. John H. Hunt of Washington, D. C., are spending several 'days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Gaubis of Building 6. Ensign and Mrs. Hunt are former residents of Building 17A and celebrated rte second anniversary of their wedding yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Dana of Euilding 15 celebrated the first anniversary of their wedding Monday. Mrs. Dana-is the former Miss Audrey Drake of Plainfield. The couple was married in the First Park Baptist Church by the Rev. Henry L. Bell. Mrs. Kathryn F. Kirby of Build ing 21 left Sunday to spend several days in Swarthmore, Pa., as a guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Armour A. Kirby. Miss Gloria Meeker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Meeker of Building 30A, celebrated her 15th birthday toduy. Under direction of the Meadow- brook Village Council, ibe first of a series of sound movies to be given through the summer will be shown this evening. The Misses Marjorie and Beth Davis, Port Jervis, N. Y., are, spending July as guests of their father, C. E. Davis of Building 23. Son to Gordon Craigs Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Craig of 1203 Putnam Ave. have an nounced the birth of a son. -their first child, born yesterday (July 4, 1944) in Muhlenberg Hospital. The baby has been named Gordon Jr. Mrs. Craig is the former Miss Jane Matthews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matthews of Garden City, L. I., and Winter Haven, Fla. Births Reported Somerville Somerset Hospital re ported the following births over the weekend: Friday, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Duggan of Bound Brook; Saturday, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grella of 13 Somerset St.. Raman; Sunday, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Corona of 32 Thompson St., Raritan, and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hoagland Jr. of 102 Grove St. 053 7 ilSC ' SUMMER STORE HOURS JULY 8th-SEPTEMBER 2nd, INCLUSIVE DAILY 8 A. M.-6 P. M. THURSDAY 8 A. M.-7:30 P. M. CLOSED SATURDAYS G. O. KELLERS Corner SOCTII and I.KI.ANII AVKNUKS Branch 127 I'AKK AVKNUK nAIM UXI), N. J. Phones Plainfield 6-0100 Other Towns WX 2100 (No Toll) Cleaners, Dyers. Cold Storage. Rug Cleaners. Launderers . I I ""flfe. ' I I 1 I Lieut. Dorothy Beattie Palmer, Bound Brook Rd., Middlesex, formerly of 64 Netherwood Ave., Plainfield. The three officers, all graduates of Muhlenberg Hospital School of Nursing, class of 1943. received their RNs in January, 1914. and continued their work at Muhlenberg Hospital until Friday when they left for Atlantic City. Lieutenant Bergen Is a graduate of Somerville High School,' class of 1940, Lieutenant Beattie of New Brunswick High School and IJeu-tenant Thompson of riainficld High School, both In J 939. Katharine Dinunzi Married to Clifford Cassidy Flagtown Miss Katharine Di nunzi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Dinunzi of Old Mill Rd., and Pfc. Clifford Cassidy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cassidy of Fall River, Mass., were married Sunday in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Somerville. The Rev. Robert J. Graham, rector, officiated at the ceremony. A reception for 75 relatives and friends followed in the home of the bride's parents. The bride wore a period gown of marquisette trimmed with lace. Her illusion veil, bordered with orange blossoms, fell from a coronet of matching lace, and she carried a prayer book covered with baby's breath and sweet peas. Miss Dolores Dinunzi, who was her sister s at tendant, was gowned in pink marquisette and carried a colonial bouquet of summer flowers. Pfc. George Cassiopa, U. S. Army, of'New York City, N. Y., was best man and ushers were Pfc. John O'Brien, U. S. Army, of Astoria, L.T., and Pfc. Andrew Youikevich, U. S. Army, of Chicago, 111. The bride attended Somerville High School and Private Cassidy Is a graduate of the Fall River High School. He is stationed at Camp Kilmer with a Military Police de tachment. After a brief wedding trip, the couple will reside temporarily in Dunellen. Invitations Issued For ISesIianic Wedding Neshanic Raymond Polhemus of Amwell Rd. has issued invitations to the wedding of his daughter, Miss Jane TTbnover Polhemus, to Sgt. Duncan O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien of Neshanic. The wedding will be performed in Nesh anic Reformed Church, Sunday, July 9, at 4 p. m. The officiating clergyman will be the Rev. George B. Scholten. Miss PolhemUs was graduated from Somerville High School in 1943. Sergeant O'Brien is stationed at Biggs Field, Texas. Skripko'Schaller TMinellen Pvt. John Joseph Skripko of 344 Fairview Ave., and Miss Dolores Myrtle Schaller of West End Ave., North Plainfield, were married Monday at 9 p.m. by Recorder John J. Mann In his home at 243 Prospect Ave. Attendants were Private Skripko's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skripko. is not so. good on clothes PERHAPS you thrive on w arm wca thcr . . . but your clothes don't. Summer time, with perspiration and so many more ways of soiling clothes, is hard on wearables; so summer things need more frequent cleaning. don't wait too long between ieeutmi. Miss Wilmerdins: Wed in South to Louis Bunrhardt Watchnng In an outdoor cere mony at the Chapel of the Uni versity of Georgia, Athens, Ga Miss Margaret Augusta Wilmer-ding became the bride of Louis Burghardt Jr., petty officer second class, at 7:30 p. m. Friday. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pelham C. Wilmerding of "Upson Downs." Valley Rd. and the granddaughter of A. C. Wilmerding of Rrlvldern Ave., PInlnflold. Given in marriage by her brother, John Van Dyke Wilmerding, USN, the bride wore a blush pink marquisette gown trimmed w;ith seed pearls and a matching 'fingertip veil. Her bouquet was of gardenias and white roses. Mrs. William Keahey, sister of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a blue marquisette dress and carried yellow roses. Best man was Petty Officer Charles R. Gray of Cleveland, Ohio. The double ring ceremony was performed bv Lieut. Comm. Graham Lacy, chaplain, in the presence of the bridegroom's entire battalion, and a small reception followed at the Georgian Hotel. Attending the wedding were Miss Katharine Bache Wilmerding, sister of the bride, and Miss Virginia Reppert of Alexandria, Va, formerly of Plainfield. Petty Officer and Mrs. Burghardt will reside in Athens, Ga., while he is stationed with the Naval Air Unit. She was gradu ated from North Plainfield High School and was the DAR Good Citizenship Girl last year. Petty Officer Burghardt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Burghardt of Stirling. He has been in the Navy since 1942 and recently returned to this country after 18 months of service with the Atlantic fleet. St. Ann's Parish Summer School Opens Raritan Summer school for chil dren of St. Ann's Parish, under the direction of the Fillipini Sisters of St. Ann's Convent, opened this morning in St. Ann's Auditorium. The school is being conducted under the auspices of the church. Opening exercises included benediction in the church by the Rev, Amedeo Russo, rector of St. Ann's, and the singing of "Veni Creator Spiritus" by the St. Cecilia Choir. Classes-will be held weekdays in July from 9 until 11:30 a. m. The sessions will open" with prayers and Bible and catechetical classes will follow. Handicraft classes for boys and Italian work in embroidery for girls will bo followed by music anil supervised recreation. Children oT school age up to high school are admitted. Each Friday at 7:30 a. m. the children will attend Mass to implore peace. The school is under the direction of Father Russo and Sister Frances Nasiello, Mother Superior of St. Ann's Convent. -0 They're Home "They're Home brings you dally the names of your friends on leave or furlough and the length of their visits home. All service men and women am requested to r.end In their names, addresses and dates they will leave to report back to their 'bases. Until July 5 George Schenck, Merchant Marine, 1686 W. Fourth St. Staff Sgt. John Mason, 1124 Kensington Ave. Corp. Michael Yannotta, 54 Wes-tervelt Ave. Theodore George Webb, seaman second class, 1786 W. Fifth St. I nt II July 6 Corp. Tech. Chandlor Messimer, 946 Prospect Ave. Pvt. Robert R. Stout, 1505 Charlotte Rd. Charles M. Lewis Jr., seaman second class, 10 Hurley Ave. Sgt. Charles W. Beiter, 109 John ston Dr. Ext. Until July 7 Pvt. Gertrude Adam3 DcMeza, 778 Belvidere Ave. Pvt. Gerald Schmechel, Kossuth St., New Market. Until July 8 Pvt. Charles I. Strassle, 828 W. Fifth St. Ensign Douglas F. Day, USCGR, 1100 Prospect Ave. Ensign Russell A. Reidinger, 1 Hurley Ave. Until Julv 9 Corp. John Micco, 127 Sumner Ave. Corp. William J. Vogel Jr., 722 Bound Brook Rd., Dunellen. Pvt. Warren E. T. Miller, 239 N. Jackson Ave. Second Lieut. J. Gordon Perl-mutter, 47 Myrtle Ave. Pfc. John Mangione, 335 E. Third St. Until July 12 Pvt. Kenneth L. Dowd, 71 Myrtle Ave. Lieut. Albert E. Tomecko, 1743 W. Third St., Arbor. Until July 14 Coxswain Robert C. Lane, 942 Prospect Ave. Until July 15 Pvt. Edwin A. Stroh, t35 . Fern- wood Ave. Penny, Wise Child Chicago (JP) Three-year-old Nancy Ann Kiely cannot count up to 3,750 but she learned from her parents that she had saved that many pennies since last Christmas. She observed her hirthday on the Fourth of July in patriotic fashion by emptying her penny bank, the $37.50 to be used to buy a $50 War Bond. GUILD TO MEET Guild of the Presbyterian Church will meet tomorrow afternoon in the home of the Misses Jane and Marjorie Dunham iri S. Finley Ave. SACRED GROUND Arlington National Cemetery provides burial space for service men and women who die on active duty or are honorably discharged. Shop In Our PLAINFIELD BRANCH For FURNITURE and ACCESSORIES SIMMONS 6-PC. GLIDER CUSHION SETS 1 .?)ft They make your old glider look like new! Largre cushions filled with cotton felt and covered with water-repellent rermatex in blue, maroon or preen. Sailcloth cushion sets 19.98 Green, royal blue, copen blue. Bradley Gardens Group Seeks to Save Park Site Bradley Gardens The Bradley Taxpayers Association decided Monday night to press suit against the Bridgewater-Somerset Realty Corporation to prevent the latter from cutting the present park site into building lots. Attorney W. Eddy Heath of Somerville will represent the Taxpayers' Association. . The residents claim that th accepted map of the development shows a park in Old York Rd. Part of the park already has been sold and building operations are about to start soon on several lots. John Foley and Mrs. Edwin Phillips were appointed on a committee to investigate the garbage disposal problem. The question of juvenile delinquency also was discussed, but no action was taken. Mona Council Installs Officers Somerville Mrs. Gladys Balicki was installed as Pocahontas of Mona Council 158, Degree of Pocahontas, Monday night in the VFW Hall. Mrs. Florence Keil, deputy great Pocahontas.of Rahway Council, 106. Rahway, conducted the raising of chiefs. Other elected officers installed with Mrs. Balicki included Powhatan, Mrs. Joseph Tarantino? Wenonah, Mrs. Emil Morgan; prophetess, Mrs. Margaret Richardson; trustees, Mrs. Edna Clayton and Mrs. Katharine Carter. Appointed officers who were installed are: First scout, Mrs. Flor-ide Robito; second scout, Mrs. Fannie Meyer; first runner, Mrs. Mar-the Crecchio; second runner, Mrs. Prozzi; warior, Mrs. Marjorie Tar-antino, Mrs. May Bianco, Mrs. May Mecca and Mrs. Alice Herron; first councilor, Mrs. Catherine Vander-beek; second councilor, Mrs. Josephine Spinelli; guard of the tepee, Mrs. Viola Affholter, and guard of the forest, Mrs. Edna Clayton. A social hour followed the installation. Representatives from Iona Council 141 of Plainfield also were present. S. K. HAMRAH- THE ORIGINAL HAMRAH RUG CLEANING SERVICE "Specializing in the care of Fine Rugs' REPAIRING CLEANING STORAGE Firiil. NSXJBANCE PROTECTION S. K. H M1U hTptopT 527 Somerset St. near Route 29 N. Plainfield riainfield 6-1195 Residence Phone Flfd. 6-8265 ROLL-UP LOUNGE PAD J5.?)J5 For beach or lawn. Covered with water-repellent fabrics In gay colors. Well-filled, yet light enough to carry easily. Simmons Chaise Tads t.95 i'ermatex fabric - - i ski. UTILITY CHAIR SEATS ! Plump cotton filled, box edge cushions: simulated leather covering. TUBULAR CHAIR CUSHIONS l.(!) Simulated leather seat and back cushion filled with cotton felt. Also on Sal in Onr Newark Store KRESGE DEPARTMENT STORE, PLAINFIELD BRANCH 119 PARK AVENUE (Just Off Front St.) PL. 6-2800 OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P. M. Brazilian Flyers Entertained In Watchunjr Watchung Eleven Brazilians who have just qualified as pilot at the Corpu Christi Naval Air Train- ng Center in Texas, were enter tained last evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett J. Jewett m Valley Rd. The South Americans were accompanied by Lieut. Comm. Robert M. Gavett, formerly of Valley Rd, who serves as liaison officer for foreign students at th Corpus Christi Naval Center. Th Watchung visit was one arranged ta their good-will tour Derore tney depart for Brazil, where, upon their return tlipu will receive their com mission as second lieutenants and pilots' wings. The honor guests included Ed-nundo P. de Barros, Francisco Car-valho, Americo M. da Costa, Alfredo R. Dandt, Luciano Gaulberto. Victor Kairuz, Jose Laport, Pedro Leardi. Zairo Maia, Antonio K. Neto and Edvino Wentz. The group &r- riv1 from TCew Vork in two motor corps station wagons, furnished by tne American liea ross mere. EiM Plainfield Girls invited to entertain the Brazilians included th Misses Barbara Browne, Lois up-pincott, Susanna Long, Frances Tiedemann, Dana Trewin, Joan Barrows, Nancy Darsie and Phyllis Hefler. Other guests included Mrs. Gavett. her mother, Mrs. Dora Raffloer, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Truin, Plainfield: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. de ReveTe, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Pelham C. Wilmerding. and Douglas W. Demler of Watchung. EAST ORANGE, N. J. 22 PrMMt St.. Oruf 3-124 Niw Ywt. 42 UilaftM An. Train now for s pcriBuat fcrrtirii position! Oar e-celrratH pnmrara i oompr- htniive and thorouxh. Faroilmrnt limited to high fchool graduates and college women. Diltinf uiihed (acuity. Effective placement ferric. A'eic term September FOR BULLETIN, aMrtaa At OtratNr

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