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The Madison Eagle from Madison, New Jersey • Page 6

The Madison Eagle from Madison, New Jersey • Page 6

The Madison Eaglei
Madison, New Jersey
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AGS SIX THE MADISON EACIE.THVKSDAY, MAY 19SI i I Elcanore 4-7661 Pain Demoreat, duuRliter of the K. K. DemcirvBta of Chandlrr road, will leave Saturday to attend the sprinK weekend at Junior ColleKe, Dudley, Muaii. Kathy Greenlandf daughter of the C. K. Greenianda of Lafayette avenue, had a party last Saturday afternoon in celcbratiun of her ninth birthday. Hor Kueala inrlud- ed Sandra Lumley, Suaan Atteridg, Nanry Ferrer, Ann Bain, Linda Moore, Jane Ault, Kathleen Morgan, Karen Anderaon, Martha Cannon, Mary Ann Bruggeworth, Virginia Dreze, Mary Jo Miller and Nanry Kebbon. Stuul Prenoh, aon of Mr. and Mra. H. Nelaon French Fairview wai nine yean old on Saturday. To celebrate the of raaion Stuart took the membeni of hif cub den to the Florham Park Roller Skating Rink for the afur- Laat Thursday night Mra. Stanley Jarvia (the fonner Re- berra Allen) waa the recipient of a aurpriae atork ahower given at the home of Mra. J. C. Severiena of mrith Mra. IJIW- aud Mm. Newton Bryant eflDioateaaea. Gueata included tlje-tiiembeni of the ladiea To tell jrour in all beauty, to (hov jrou id ydur own dear gown, in your own prctliMt depend on our phologriplier, an artiat who the difference between bridea aud The Bridal your appointment now, (or portrait yuu will UcaMiN all your life to coma. HOWILL STUDIO 8 Park Avenue MAdison 6-1765 UU DOWN I UE Ml lltttT PUN FUEL SALES Co. INC. Mr llburn 6-0880 SI I 67il Murria Avenue SPBI.NGFIELD, N.J, choir of the Ogden Memorial Prea- byterian Church and alao Becky'a mother. Mra. A. F. Allen of Watchung avenue, with whom Mr. and Mra. Jarvia realde. The D. S. Searlea of Fairmount avenue and their four aona. David, Robert, Richard and Charles, apent the weekend visiting hia puranta, the John Searlea of Washington. D. and his brother and family, the John R. Searlea, of Be- theada, On June -Mr. and Mra. Searlea are moving from Chatham to Booth Bay Harbor, where they have purchased a resort, the Oreen Wouldn't you like to make a real aaviuc on naxt Fall's boalinc biUa? You can! Fill up your bin with Famoua Reading Anthracite at today's WW PRICES tnd pocket the Phoua now fur tfak floe lUd Trademarked Paiui- aylvania hunt ixial at bargain prioaa. Mr. and Mrs. I.eroy H. Snyder of Rooaevelt avenue were among the gueats at a birthday celebration In honor of her father, Mr. Dennia Geary, who waa eighty yeara old on May 6. After cock- taila at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Geary of Bloomfield, ifie group went on to the Hotel Suburban Cockuil Lounge, East Orange, where they enjoyed dinner. Miaa Joan Gibbons of Waahing- ton avende Was hostess at a aur- priae ahower for Miss Barbara Briggs of Lafayette avenue last Wednesday evening. Miaa Brigga will be married to Frank Carr of Shaker Heights, in the Stanley Congregational Church on May SO. I.ittle Marjorie Woolwy, daughter of the M. C. Woeleya of Waah- Ington avenue, was six years old laat Saturday and entertained a few of her playmates at a birthday The T. A. Hpenrera mnring from their heme on Chathaip street to a new one on Oak Hill road la the Townakip week. Mr. and Mra. William Dipman uf Oberlin, are the new owners of the Spenrer house and will move in ahoKly. Miaa Miriam Van Bant, of the W. Caiey Van of NnHh Hillaide'avenue, left for Klngatoa, N. for atay with her aunt. Mra. William Everett, until tke ftrat of June. Mra. Everetfa daughur, Peggy, will maid of honor at Miriara'a ding to Arthur H. Kiag on June 2a Mra. George Msad of Foller avenue returned home on Sunday after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Olive Kerstetter of Harrisburg, Pa. Mra. Mead went down to be with her mother on her birthday on May 4. Married on Saturday I (jlcil RldffC 3 I Wheaton of Verona. Their dresses were matron of honor and they houqiHi. uf light pink camatiom Arlso-aon's Carol Thorbum of taav Mich, a niece of the brideghnm. home waa nower girl. She aUo wure aimilar to that worn by the fl 1 fl on of honor and they carried XTlttVllOUll white eyelet otgandy over pink taffeta and a mmiature white aatin parasol with pink camatioi'-. I The bride'a mother was attired in ail Glen Kidge defeated Madison, in an important SuhurlMtn Conference game. The Dodgers dropped into a tie for the lead witK Glen Ridge, each team lavender crepe with matrhing ac having identical 4-2 won lost rec- The bridegroom'a mother anls in coiifereiM-e play. navy lace with matching ac Ziegler pitched I iwn replacing the injureti Sammy Comdr. James G. Thortwrn Jr, treiia who will be out uf aotfon U. a was man for for 2 weeks with a groin injury, brother. The were Riehard He gaye up jix hits i ver the 7 M. Thorbum of Birmingham, another brother, Joseph inping route. IJlrry Seggel won the game aa the Kidgur pitcher. In an earlier meeting he loat to Madiaon, at Miidiaon aa Trei- ia bested him In a pitcher'a duel, blrn KIdit ali Bruwn. al. Ill I. I Unr, of I Wortbknaton. I I Ckim-, It PiVhatWIi rT a Andanon. II, I Murrrau. I Total. MAlJltiaN CI.KN HltMiK IVila, a. Winklai I Winklaniun, I 0 Tolala KnrollmrnI (iruws The total enrollment at Chatham Township Schwil is 1118 as uf the end nf April, it wan iioteil by Supervising Principal John M. Niea. month. Mrs, Ronald L. TherUrn Cook and Jou Webb, both of I York City, and Gordon Ttwmas of Rye, N. Y. Mrs. Thorbum, an alumiw uf Junior College, attended Columbia Uaiveraity, Lemaair Ecole and the Conservatoire de Lausanne, Switaerland. Her has- bMd was graduated from the Taft School, and Dartmouth College- He aboard the destroyer in the Paeifke for two yeata. Tile cwufJe left on a esotor trip I threagt) the northern tutee to Ogden Memorial Presbyterian. Joan Koos of CaL, when tkey will Church was the scene Saturday i Patricia Vollmers of White Plaini, inide. afternoon of the wedding of Miss Mary Louiae Apgar, daughter of Dr. and Mrs, Lester E. Apgar of Wetton avenue, to Enaign Ronald Lawrence Thorbum, 8. son of Mrs. James G. Thorbum of Peterborough, (l. and Mr, James O. Thorbum of London, Cngland, The ceremony was pertormed by the Rev, Clarence L. Lecrone and was followed by a reception at the Hotel Suburban, Summit. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white Peau d'Ange lace with scalloped portrait neckline, lung pointed I sleeves and long waisted bodice, bouffant skirt uf nylon tulle and laee cascade panels ending in a long train over alipper satin. Her fingertip veil waa draped from a tiara of matching lace and seed pearia. She carried a cascade bou- quet of gardenias, sUphanotis and I lilies of the valley, Mrs. Williard Bowen of Torring ton. waa the matron of i honor. She wore a ballerina length gown of white embroidered eyelet rgandy over pink uffata and carried dark pink carnations. The faridesBwida were the wm VAN SANT BROTHERl Hill 1,1) KKS HATH.tM 1 0833 aiNSTHlKTION KKI'AIK Coninierre Street. Chatham w. RAITEY luviu VAN HANT MAINTENANCE if waa alao ruvvulud tliat attendance waa Il.t per cent durng thi- PARAKEETS for talking atock BIRDS BOARDED TROPICAL FISH PET SUPPLIES BIRD CAGES HORSE MEAT II. 8. Govt. Inapecled CHATHAM PET SHOP 166 Main St. Cllatham Parking in rear of Building uS Hillside Ave. ANNOUNCEMENT NEW CHATHAM DIVISION OF THEltMOSEAL. OF NEW JERSEY. Inc. offering A Complete Line o( TkerinotMl AhuMmsin Coeabiiutiaii Catemeatt Porch Jjloutiet For complete intoemation, call CHatliam 4-06SI-J DRIVE IN TO MADISON GALLERIES SALE 250 Main Street MAdison 6-2907 Fumithinis Oriosrtal Hooked Rugt New and Used Fireplace Accessories Post and Lamps, etc. Skop 9 to 6 Daily Suaday 2 to HAND MOWERS SPECIAL $1726 UP ALL sirns Folding LAWN CHAIRS S3.98 COLUMBIA BIKES All Siw POWER MOWERS 18 21-Inch Siie) GARDEN TOOLS SPRINKLERS HOSE TONY MARINACCIO'S COURTESY SERVICE and APPLIANCE 319 MAIN ST. at Union Ave. MAditon 6-0300 STORAGE CLEANING RESTYLING REPAIRS GLAZING Morristown Furriers In Morriitown Phone MO It riNk araaaT In Summit Phone SU 6-1257 III AVK, Mra. DeMooy of Cincinnati, formerly of Chatham, waa here for a week recently visiting her daughter, Mra. Alan Smith of Watchung avenue. Last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Smith left for Cambridge, when Mr. Smith's huai- 1 will be for the next six weeks. He Is with the R.C.A. Victor personal traiaing program. Mra. S. M. Babcock of CeaUr alone (00 members of the Horticultural Society of New YOA Tiaited the Henry Francis duPont Winterthur Moseum. asalea plantation and many beautiful gardens, in Winterthur, on Wednesday, May (, The muaeum a coUectiun of Americana, quite without equal. Historically the fur- niahinga cover the two hundred period from IMO to lfc40. Twenty rooms of the one hundred were visited. This afternoon Mrs. Frank Bowden of Overlook terrace is enter- Uining ten friends from staple- wood and South Orange for dessert and coffee. FB Nominatod Wayne Stickel of Chatham has been nominated for president of the Mount Holyoke Alum nate Club. She is presently flrat vice-president of the club. An elec tion will take place on May 19. Thomas Spencer of Chatham is membership chairman. Announce Birth Mr, and Mra, Robert Hall of B4 Hedges avenue, Chatham, have announced the birth of a son, William Douglas, on May 4 at Orangr Memorial Hospital, The Halls have twu childreif, Robert Richard aged 7 and Carol Jeanne aged 6. William born un hia parenu' eighth wedding anniversary. Banquet AMNlstant Miss Mary Sharkey of Chatham assisted in Punier College's Seventh Annual Big Sister Banquet held laat Thursday in Eaat Or ange. Miss Sharkey ia a soptiomore at Panter. Baked Whole Wheat FIG BARS, lb. 39c HEALTH FOOD CENTRE 4M Springfield Summit PRICE! PERFORMANCE! REAUTY! LONC LIFE! Ptocff ihai for can't Good Oriverr Drin Cart Omck Your Car-Chtk Accidtntt Here's how to prove Pontiac value: First, get behind the wheel aad drive how Pontiac puts you out In front In traffic, skims you the open roud With Hurprlslnt economy; how its bit, huaky presalon engine provides power to spare. Next, take a tood lung look at its distinctive styling and Its luiurldus color-matched Interiors. Consider, also, Pontlac's reputation for tlnsurpassed dependability, economy and hiiili reiiale value. Finally, compare its low low, in fact, that if you can afford any new car you can afford a Pontiac. Why not come In and for yourself? A 195. MAIN ST. VAN DUZER MOTORS CHATHAM

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