The Oil City Derrick from Oil City, Pennsylvania on June 4, 1943 · Page 9
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The Oil City Derrick from Oil City, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Oil City, Pennsylvania
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Friday, June 4, 1943
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DERRICK PHONE--1563 THE OIL CITY DERRICK. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1943. Miss Ruth Powell 7 To Wed Saturday Mtea Ruth Powell whose betrothal to Sgt. Victor 0. Pardieck of Port Macon, N. C-, son of Mrs, Emma Pardieck of Santa Barbara, Calif., was recently announced will be married in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Powell, of 6 Harriot ave., at 3:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, June 5, with Rev. H. Bie!«nbergr «- officiant. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner will be served In the Club House. Birthday Party Held For Peggy Wolbert Mba Peggy Ann Woltert was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening In the home of her parent. air. and Mrs, J. J. Wolbert of E. Fifth at, tins occasion being her tenth birthday anniversary. The honored guest received rasny lovely gifts. Music and gmts featured ie rn'.trtainmer.t Prizes were awarded In the latter to Nancy Morris, Abble Beary, Joan Barrett, Patricia McGreevy. Sally Putnam and Helen i concluded the evo- Teas a Personals j By MARGARET C BRESNAN ' Clubs \ Phone 4362 ' Shower Honors Recent Bride Mrs. Richard Kennedy of Franklin, the former Mlea Virginia Smith, 1H Harriot ave., thla city, was guest of honor at a kitchen shower held In the Pile room Wednesday evening, with Mrs. Kennedy's Bridge club members as hostesses. The recent bride recotved many useful gifts. Two tables of bridge were in play with honoij awarded to MUs Hazel UcCrea. Mrs. Florence L. Roslel 1 and Mrs. Kennedy, Luncheon was served at a table decorated with spring flowers and white cathedra] candles. Miss Ethel Greene and Mrs. Resley were in charge, of the arrangements. Dorothy Ziegler Wed in Home Rite Much of the meat being produced in Turkey goes to the Increased military force*. 500 SUMMER DRESSES Juniors, Women's ROSENBLUM'S 219 CENTER ST. GR.KE OF HONOR HOLDS [MEET; HEARS MUS. ROCKWELL The regular meeting of the Degree of Honor ws£ heM Wednesday evening at Lstcnln hall with lire. Charlotte Sbaner, president, In charge. Mrs. ilarte Rockwell, of Sharpi- ville. state vice president of the society, was praseni and talked on lodge work. . Following the meeting, games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mildred Beatty and Mrs. Marian Johns, winner of the door prize. At a home wedding We4ne«Juy ..icrnlng at 11:30 o'clock Mis* Dorothy H. Ziegler became the bride of Einar E. Brumberg with Rev. George T. Green, pastor of the Grace Methodist church, as offi- ciant. Only the Immediate members ol the two families were present. The bride, daughter of Mrs. C. M. Ziegler and the lute Clarence M. Ziesier, was given in marriage by her brother, B. Wtl'.ard Ziegler. The bride is Instructor of music t the Innis ii. and Central ave. schools here. ' Mr. Brumberg, eon of Mrs. P. E- Brumberg of Brocoport. Pa., Is associated with the Quaker State Oil] Refining corporation here as traffic After a snort wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Brumberg will reside at 213 Slate st. Prior to hei marriage the bride was eaiertaintd by' the following: Mrs. E. W. Zlesfcr, Mrs. F. D. Zieg- !-r, Mrs. Kernah Kapl'. Mrs. O. X. Skinner. Mrs. James Welly, \each- e.-E of the I mils si- and Centra! ave. schools. Mrs. G. H. W. Sherman, Mrs. Howard Wood, the past p r esidents of the Sehubart ciub^ M«. Isuhi*! Oaenider, SlUe Victoria Davis Mrs. Alice Wilbur, MM. Cyrus Rynd, Miss Grace McBrlde , Miss Helen Ross. THRIFT CLEANING t ft(* SERVICE 0* All Plain Garments SUPERIOR WAY AAC CLEANDs'0 '« All. Plain Garments GRANTS SUPERIOR Dry Cleaning Phone 12 We Call nnd Deliver Today's Events -Scouts . e to be In Lay hall thla learn proper methods of K. OF C, GAJfES PARTY wirtv of the' even - 111 ? *'- « F b° hel^ n«KWnE. Those who hav B Oni- ''onus are requested to wear them. Mr?. D. V. Urey. commlsrfoner ol he 01! City Council G!rl Scout: .cd Mrs. Donald Park. if the Lenders' associatii K. of C. hall ar.d tho general public. i. will ·veiling in th= 111 be open to GIRLS UNIT. V, 1". \\. Tho regular meeting icr slrls u n i t of. ifc Foreign War3 Will evening at 6:30 o'cl F. W. home ir. Pt, prf-ricKr.*. in A!; members ore urged to jun- Veterans of i . e held thiil!; k fr. the V. e£ st.. with 1 Mi ROrSE^ILLK GLEANERS The Gleaners cla*s of the Rouse- vlllc Methodist r h u r r h will meet i · t h i i tvp'jir.E a- S o'clock in the GIRL SCOUT, TKOOP 8 komft o' M*« ChfMfcs Fry i| Thfj rncjr.bers cf Oirl Scout, troop' " ildent it that" all Girl Scouts in Oil City and ·Icinlty. their leaders and assistant ?ade:s, and all council members plan to march in Xbc Fla,: Day parade the evening of June H. COMING and j ^AGOING! Private Clyde L. Sandrock apent a 15-day furlough with h!f parents, Venus, pvt- Sandrock left for the service last August, Ilia address la 348th Air Base Sqd,, Bte. 226, Municipal Airport, Memphis, Tens. Miss Betty HVckathome of 511 East Front st., has returned to her home after a week's vacation with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Carr and family of YoungffvUle, Pa. ^Mlases Evelyn and Elolsc StandJcyj daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Standlcy of Yen, left Thursday for Washington. D. C-, where they will take a course fn Xureea' Aides at the Central Dispensary Emergency hospital. Miss Lorraine Burdlck and Miss -eFsio McGilllcuddy left here yesterday afternoon to -pend ° *·"· days tn Washington, D. C. will visit the latter's father, J. s. McGtllicviddy there. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Da vies spent a few days here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Feed Daviee, of West Fourth st., prior to Mr. Daviffi' departure last evening with a group Of selectees for service in tho United States navy. The' Davits reside in McKeesport where ho was with the National Tube company. Mrs. Davies has returned to that place. Slff Ssrs^arit Bryan HcBrlde Arrived here yesterday from Camp Alterbury, Ind.. for a 10-day leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Neal McBride. of Reed st. Former Athlete Wed in South Party Held For Maxine Weikal FISH FRY TONiTE AT THE WILLOWS - 20c PLATE COME AT ENJOY YODHSELF RUGS CLEANED DEMOTHED B.I mialuin nnUiod t» giut*nt»»d not W r»mave mlslag rroa *ny rag BX.HJL3 aUOB LAST tOSOEtt. Wit CAJ^I. TDK AKD DEUTTR. CAJ.L Jack Hoover Rug Cleaning Company phcrs* rraailln, 1310, The meeting of the Comjoynu* ·clses cf ihe Bc-lhp! Methodist ·church fichetiult-d for tonight hae been 'postponed until Monday eve- King- It will iv bold at that time in the'homi; of Mrs. Walter Rugh. 113 Martin sL \V. B, A. N'UMBEK '« '. Parker Qirl Weds Army Man Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rirrirtgten of i Parker, announce tbe marriage of j their daughter. Marguerite to Second LieuC Homer G. Woiford, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ccorpe Woh'ord if Wwft Mcnterey. Tho marriage ·trvice was rtad by the Rev. Wilbur Benefit association wlli meet evening at 6 o'clock in LO- IS Maxine Weikal, daughter ol nd Mrs. Max Weikal of Keno, honored Bt mlscclliint-ouB jshower on Wednesday evening giv- Icn by Miss Anna Stephens and Miss Marian Neely at the Xeely residence I In Reno. MUs Weikal is to become t h e bride of Sgt. Carl Sollingcr. of Rocky Grove, and now stationed ii Mississippi. Ths wfeddiog \«itl tak: place c«i JUGS S. Bunco was played during the eve- ng end prizes were awarded to Misa Ha Coon nnd Mies Evelyn Rilmberger. Refreshmccts were leerved at tables with pink and white lor color theme and with pink umbrellas for placements. Miss Weikal received many lovely gifts. Mra. Jack Hackett of Oil City a: the MUses Evelyn and Pearl Rum- icrger of Franklin were out of own guesta. Flat LILT T-Cnat lnt«rii WAJLL PAI*T, gallon. . THE GIFT MART 279 Seneca SI. Phone 189 SaOULDEK SUl'S $139 w THE FASHION CENTER ST. NO TAX ON FCHXTTURE AT VEACH'S "HoniB FurnishlJiEs or Slerit Sine* ISW" ''We Got It!' D I N I N G ROOM I'HONE 1315-0 EIJsA REHEKAHS TO AfKKT The meeting of tho Ella Rc- tckah lodce. No. 36, will be hold t h i * pv*nir.g ai ttic I. O. O. F. hall at S o'clock, Tho m e e t i n g will bo ir. ch-'ir^e or (ho r.ofcle grnnd, Mrs, Chsirinrve uGimiorsE CMSS DINNER The Lighter-use C\HM. of Grace Motht-.dist. church will h!d itfi rfg- ii!.-.r tun'«n d i n n n r thia ovcntnj; at 6:30 "'cock In the church parors. GUM. SCOUT OKU.!, J. C. GrfR'uvalt of the American I."Eicin has been rvcurerf ro d r i l l all Oifl Perut* from 7 to 9 o'clock t h f « rv^r.ins; nnd Fritlny, Jun Saturday evmir.g. May 29 -it 7:W ! o'clock. Mr. find Mrs. Herbert Fithhn. brother-in-law and alstor of the! The bride was dre^t-d In a pond .bliie crepu suit with niatching h _ . :ind veil. Mrs. Fithlcn wore navy . Inuncdlntely following th. .... mony Lieut, and Mrs. Woiford loft for Sumptcr, S. C.. where Lieut. i\Yolford lj an instructor in ticro- ,naut!ea at Stmw Field. ! Both arc p-raduatrs of parkor Ihifrh echool. M-ra. Woiford was n Mudcnt nurse at the Butler Counrj- Memorial hospital at the time of IT marri'iRe. Lif-ut Woiford recnlv- .1 hw wings at Spencc Field, Ga. Mrs. Mary Kircher, cf French- ,.ie mai-Haec of her daughter, Til- ile Claire, t o . S t a f f Sergeant Andrew L. Fitzgerald, well knc City man. The ceremony took place leat Saturday in the Saint Mary'c B. C, church, Greenville, S. C,, with Rev. Father O'Shaughnessy officiating:. The couple was attended by Mfae Josephine M. Kircher, of Washington, D. C., sister of the bride, and Sergeant Sylvester H. Voll, formerly from Pittsburgh, now stationed with the army, air corps In South Carolina. Tlio bride wore a street length dress of white marquisette with i-hite hat and shoulder length veil _,nd a corsage of orchids. "For something old' 1 she carried a hand-made lac handkerchief that her mother carried at her wedding 38 years ago. Miss Kircher wore a dress of :h chiffon with baby blue acces- The mother of tha bride wore lavender ^ilk with white accessories md a corsage of roses acd sweet- Iraniediately following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served £or 25 at toe Hotel Greenville, where the wedding cake topped by « mintture bride and soldier was cut and served. Out of town guests were: Mra. Mary Kircher. Frtnchtown, Pa.; Mrs. E. A. Breteler, Lakewood, 0.; -. and Mrs. Paiil FHzgerild, Syra- se. N. Y.; Mrs. Julia Lehman, Canton. O.; Staff Sergeant Robert Koldcn. Lieutenant J. J- Shea, First Sergeant T. S. Harton. Staff Ser- gecnt and Mrs. K. K. Antell, Staff Sergeant George E*ton, Corporal Ted Dukes, Corporal Arthur Gallman, Privato J. B. Williams, all of the army air corps. Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Fitzgerald will make their home at 1' East Enrl -*t.. Greenville, S. C. Sergeant Fitzgerald Is well know; throughout tills section. He was versatile athlete at Oil City high school from which institution he ,graduated In 1531. He won lett Jin football, basketball and baseball. In later years he wa* active as [independent basketball and bi 'tall player in this section. Tn cent years Sgt. Fitzgerald refereed many district high school Liif' -"-'" games and became known (outstanding court official. He was employed in the offices of the Oil Well Supply Co. before enlist:n(, in the army. Sgt. Fitr- ,i*erald ie a cousin of Mrs. Hi i Wagner, 3-12 Seneca st. 7 arewell Party Held 7 or Andrew Coburn Mrs. Clifford Sibble of 26VS Caest- out «t., entertained 40 guests at a arewell party Monday evening in honor of her brother, Andrew Co- urn, who left here Wednesday nornlng for service with the U«lt- d States army. The honored guest received a well filled purse and many other gifts from ths guests. Bunco was played during the evening with avurds made to Glenn Venus Young People Honor Class Members The young people of the Venus] EX-aiigeHcal' church met In t h a ' homo o.' L. R. Snndrock on May ; 2S In honor of Pvt. Clyde I. S-ind- ock who was home on furlough nd for the hoys of that class who , , -d!l (save this week for the arm- led forcea. Th» guests of honor 'were Pvr. Sandrock. Dick Stover, Robert Powell. Wade Kline, and Dick Smothers. The evening was spent !n play-' Ing pamca and In singing. Refresh-] FINE DIAMONDS WATOtES STEttUNO Sn.V£E D I C K I N S O N ' S "The Jrwder HTio I'lcavw" Sycamore St Oil. CITY'S LEADING IVOJFEX'S STORK Cleveland Couple Married in Clarion H.H.H. Club Holds Tureen Dinner Meet Yasterday afternoon In Latonl hall the members of the H. H- H. club met for a tureen dinner and meeting Mrs. Floesie Vogan, Mra. Edith Gold and Mrs. Laura Klght- lin^cr wero in charge of dinner ar- rangcmenta and decomted the table i n the national colors. Mrs. C. W. Dunmlre, president, presided at the business sex' which followed. The remainder of the afternoon \viia spent with games tn play, Awards were mndo to Mrs. Barb Kresinsko, Mlsa Jenn Allen, Mrs. Mlnnlf Dchncr. The door prize wns T.-on by Mrs. Mae Murdoch. Thff next meeting will be held on , Spain s issued an order desig- ating the basic trype-* osed in ISquare Dance Tonight jj- RENO F I R E HALL nclng fl-IS ^ SUMMER I Black, White, Green, Red, Blue. All heels. All size:. | AAA to E. 3.98 4.98 Ml Style. All Colors. Alt Sizes. 2.69 and 2.98 !ftnd. Ohio, became the bride of A/5 Norman L. Mundy. oon of Mr. end Mrs. Louis Mundy n!so of Clevctond on Saturday evening st 6:30 o'clock tn the Grace Lutheran church, Rev. JFr.iok C. Snydcr. pn.Mor. olflciMciV f Thr- bride wn* «ttir*d In ft white witln formal gown with n finpcr tip veil and were a coma^e of orchids. Thr m n t r o n of honor, Mr.-. E. Moorr. Cievrlar.d, a ,i'.K^r of the gown of blue .inlln nr.rt wore B c^rfipc of pink rrfes. Reed, Virginia and Lois Powell, Viola Confer, J e n n n e Hockman. Kathrj-n. Echrald, Harold Klln Theodore Tewncy, Ross Dnvls. Do,,, and Dwayno Suwthew, Donnia j wearing apparel and.thing the Lauer, Maxine Morrison. Helen, \^K Prices to the public. Orval. Maxine, Ila Mac. Alvin, Ror nlr, Sandra and Mr. and Mn Sandiock. Grandfather clocko with cne h i n d j i missing brought $324 and $2fU at. a j recent sale in. Wellington, New Zea-i land. ' Watches, Diamonds, Jewalry !. R. ORiMM State and First O1J City, Pa. the 337ih college dctach- j t h e Coffee -Shop at 7:30 o'clock. A ir t l r r r d wedding cnke pracod Colors: Red, White, Crcon, Beige, Black, Blue. | JVI.MCI aummcr flowers. Cfii-.'ta fit the cf-rrmony «nl rr- cpption were: Mrs. Edward J. Moore, Mm. Willinm Pfiipschman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Al« Brown. Mr. find Mr*. Walter Smith, Mr*. M. Mnnn, Mi?s H c n r l c t t A M n n n , Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Gyurwi Mrs. O. A f c h n h e r , Mrs. G. K i i k e r . ' n n d Mis-t Kl'-nnor E'ti«?r ftil of Cleveland, »i*M Mrs. CInudr CismmlngJ! nnd Mies Aricnc C^rft- minRB of Clarion. 2.1 New Summer HATS All Shapes 1.98 2.91 IN BAGS All Stylos t.S8 2.48 ·WHITE'S, Inc. I Student Nurses Hold Masquerade Party i Miss Xorma Jcnn Sh.incr wnn awarded tho prize for tho beat cost u m c at tho maflO.ii o rndo pavty held by 0.1^ H t i i f l n n t nursc« of UIR Oil C i t y hoflpiln] Tncs'lny f.vcninj; in I Ihc nur#':s' homo. Mls« Sliannr was 'dtTftfied as Tom K-uvyor. O t h e r cost u m e s that received honoinmc mention wore: Undo Som, Cnvo Mnn, Dnjjwi'od and Supermnn. Approxl* nmtcly afxty s t u d e n t ruirscfl nnd facnl'.y memnori! were pt^ont. l| A p.-ogrim ol inusic nnd readings ' w n o Klvf-n end A I m f f c t lunnlicon A lat-K« howl of iris nnd a;.irrfl \vt\s uscil for t h n t u b i e decornlion. The l o m m i ' t w in -:!:ur2- of the p n r l y 'nclujoti Phyllis Krodln, Betty Wiillnr, Myrtle Anikrfton, J n n c Truby, Retty 9honp, Norma Dnisloy nnrl RuUi Carltion. 249 SENECA ST. Tho Jiuir.nn hotly conlrt lion muiiolo cclJs. six bit- FAMOUS "LEE" SWIM SUITS 3.98 5.85 7.95 lovelier than ever \t the bmch pool or In the * th e per feet r n Ion Spa K ng c sty! foel. MEN! Com* Tomorrow and C«t A Pair Of Then Handsome Oxfordi 5.95 You'll like the» hand- fomely styled shoes because they'll give you months of good wear. A nic* tefecKon of styles. Bring your ration book. BROWN'S BOOT SHOPS / 2U Center St. Goodman, Lottie Earloe. Ida Beal, Mrs. Floyd Reisinger »d Ethel Klmes. Pvt. Glenn Goodmsn, ^-ho it hojpe on a 10-day leave from Camp Hc- Cft'n was among- the guests. Selectee Coburn's parents, Mr. ;«d Mrs. Harvey Coburn, Koy Cobum, Mre. Clarence Burgdorfer and daughter Jean, accompanied hire to -Franklin. Another son of the Coburns is a private stationed at Phoenlxville, |Pa. 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