THE POINTER Mr. and Mrs. William H. Schroder 13819 Edbrooke ave., Riverdale, wil hold open house Tuesday evening April 17, from 8 to 10 o'clock in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Neighbors and friends are cordially invited. M-rs. Joseph Kelley of Ivanhoe am; her niece, Miss Adrena Brock spent the week-end in Burlington, la. The Reading Circle of the Ivanhoe Woman's club met April 4 at 1 p. m. at the home of Mrs. John Van Dyke, 14525 Emerald ave. Mrs. R. E. Pfeifer reviewed "I Am Gazing Into My Eight Ball" by 'Earl Wilson. In the Holy Thursday candlelight service eleven adults and nine mem- be^s of the confirmarion class were received into the membership of the Dolton Methodist church by the Rev. M. S. Freeman. In the Palm Sunday service at the Ivanhoe Community church four adults and five from the confirmation class were received into membership by Rev. Freeman. Mrs. Clyde Lynch of Detroit, Mich., arrived unexpectedly March 27 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nimtz, Sr., in Riverdale to visit a few days. Mrs. Karl S. Putnam of Ivanhoe returned Monday afternoon from a week-end visit with her sister, Mrs. Frank Homan in Fireport, 111. On Saturday Mrs. Putnam and Mrs. Homan spent the day with a friend, Mrs. Wm. Bushman in Dixon, 111. Mr. Putnam left Thursday evening for Philips, Wis., where he spent the weekend, returning Monday. Mrs. Joseph J. Berschinski, 55 East 137th St., Riverdale, underwent i\ major operation 'Friday, March 23, at St. Francis hospital in Blue Island. Mrs. Albert K. Wegner of Ivanhoe had as her guests a few days this past week Mrs. W. H. Brown, daughter Lois Ann and son Robert of Waukegan. Mrs. Joseph SchaefQ 1 ' and daughter Bonnie Lou of Dolton, and Eleanor Berschinski and Patricia McCIellan of Hammond, Ind., returned homo March 27 from a visit of several days with relatives and friends in Nashville, Tenn. They report an enjoyable trip. M,*. and Mrs. John 'Langhout, 16910 Winchester ave., Hazelcrest, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 8, with open house.in the afternoon from 1 to 5 p. m. All friends and relatives are welcome Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stier of Dolton entertained 38 guests at dinner Palm Sunday in honor of the confirmation of their daughter Phyllis Jean. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. John 'Stier of Muskegon, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. John Griese and family of Chicago Heights. Mrs. Richard Nimta of Riverdale was hostess to her bunco club March 27, with prizes being won by the hostess, first; Mrs. Louis Mliler, second; Mrs. Wm. Prill, third; and Mrs. Matthew Buchler, consolation. After .bunco, a luncheon was served. The Fv"st Annual Easter egg hunt held Sunday in the Ivanhoe Park under the sponsorship of the '33rd Precinct Democratic club, was a huge success, with 175 children participating. Prizes were awarded by Thornton Township Democratic committeeman, Arthiv E. Dillner, to nine winners, three each in three different age groups. Each child also received a favor. Rollin Leonard and Charles 'Ellison were co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Lillian P. Richardson is the precinct captain. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gross, 14620 Atlantic 'avenue, had their infant daughter Rosemary christened Sunday at 12 o'clock at St. Mary's church in Riverdale. Sponsors were Henry Beyer and daughter Eleanor of Calumet Park. After the ceremony, the parents were hosts at dinner to the sponsors, Mrs. Beye v , and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Leidolth and son of Blue Island. The George Stier family, formerly of 13324 Prairie ave., have moved to Spirit Lake, la., to make their permanent home. Mrs. Frank Ulander of Crivitz, Wis., arrived to spend the Easter holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Julius Nelson and family, 23 E. 137th plarp, Riverdale. The Rev. John Kleinz of Worthington, Ohio, spent Easter Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J. E. Kleinz and family in Dolton. A friend of his, the Rev. Paul Bugavich of East Chciago, Ind., was also a guest of the family on Sunday. Mrs. 'Delia 'Deam of Riverdale spent the Easter week-end at the home of her nephew, P. L. Warren and family in LaGrange. Her sister,. Mrs. O. R. Warren of Dowagiac, Mich., was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Lehn Curry of Ivanhoe accompanied by Mrs. Roy Curry of Springfield, 111., attended the funeral Mar. 23 in East Chicago, Ind., of Mrs. L. I. Williams, grandmother of Richard Williams of "Quiz K ; rt" fame. Mrs. Albert L. Strefling, 613 Sheridan ave., Dolton, entertained at a party Sunday, Mar. 25, in honor of the fourth birthday of her daughter 'Karen Lee. The young guests and their mothers included Mrs. Bernice Connors and Sandy and Susan, Mrs. Delores Verone and Tommy and Jerry, Mrs. Elmer Van Clay and Ronald, Edward Born, Jr., and his grandmother, Mrs. Peter Crince of Roseland, Donald Born and Mrs. Christine Born. Virginia and Carol Jean Henricks sent a gift but were unable to attend because of illness. An Easter theme was employed for the party decorations, and -Easter baskets made lovely favors. Birthday cake and ice cream were served. Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. 'Strefling of Dolton had as week-end guests the former's brother and sister, Clarence and Adeline Strefling, Miss Ruth Strauss and Elmer Benke all of Galien, Mich. Sunday afternoon Al- bevt and tho four visitors went to Great Lakes Naval Training Center to visit with his brother Robert who ib stationed thtre. Misses Ardath and Mary Elizabeth Anders ar v vied home Mar. 25 from their respective schools to spend their Easter vacation with their parents in 'Dolton. Miss Betty Brown, 14516 S. Clan,, street, Ivanhoe, ;? one of the charts- members of Gamma Pi chapter of Beta Beta Beta, national biology society at Monmouth college, Monmouth, 111. The formal installation of Tri Beta was held ot the college with Dr. H. J. Eigenbrodt, regions 1 vice-president, the speaker. Miss Brown was initiated at this meeting. Patricia and Carolyn Steinko of 14213 So. LaSalle si., helped their cousin, Alan Sons, celebrate his ninth birthday at a party at his home in Harvey last Saturday, Mar. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Wartenberg of 'Roseland, formerly of RiverchT.e, had their infant son Frederick Reinhard christened Sunday, Mar. 25. in Our Savior's church in Riverdaie. The sponsors were Mrs. Wartenfoerg's sister, Mrs. Oscar Olsen of Oak Lawn, and her nephew, Clifford Frogner. Mr. Olsen acted as proxy for Mr. Frogner who is on active duty with the U. S. Navy. In the afternoon, Mrs. Wartenberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson, entertained at dinner at their home i n Orland Park in honor of the occasion. The 'baby's o/bher grandparents, Wjr. and Mrs. Fred Kramer of Riverdale, were among the guests. Mrs. Albert L. Isaacson, 14'500 Eggleston ave., Ivanhoe, entertained fifteen of her co-workers from Marsh, all Field and company at dinner Tuesday, Mar. 27. The occasion was also a bridal sihower for one of her guests. Mrs. Richard Nimtz, Jr., of Riverdale was hostess at a brush demonstration last week Wednesday evening. Afterward a luncheon was served. Mrs. Christine Born of Dolton observed her birthday Tuesday, March 27. The Rev. ;.rd M-r?. Milton E ig-el hardt and children, Cathaiin-3 Ann and Philip, of Nappanee, Ind., v^lixcl at the home cf the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engelhaidt anu his sisters in F r f-r.lale Sund^v n.ftei- noon and Mar. 25. Mrs. Grace Wer- inga of Chi-'.ir. v i.s also H gue r -l, J P J the birthdays of Philip, w 1 ^ was t w o years old Mar. 25 and Mrs. Weringa, who observed he-s Saturday, were celebrate :. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gundaker, 24 East 137th st., Riverdale, entertained the former's brother Erwin of New York City at dinner Wednesday evening, Mar. 28. Most recent newcomers to Dolton are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ashack Phone Dolton 937 Carl Dieck MOVING EXPRESSING COAL and ICE 13947 Park Avenue DOLTON and three small daughters, who have moved into the Verhoeven flat at 40f E. 144th st. Mr. Ashack is employee by the Erickson Printing company ai 26th and Wabash ave., and has movec here from 67th st., Chicago. Mrs. Chas. Cadenhead and daughter Sally Ann of 'Ivanhoe returnee Friday from Mt. Vernon, la., where they had visited Cornell college. Mrs. Edna Murphy of Dolton was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tomky of Riverdale Easter Sunday Miss Loraine Tomky entertained .Sunday afternoon Miss Ann Sullivan anc Miss Rita Perry of Chicago. A few friends helped Mrs. Maude Ruther of Ivanhoe celebrate her birth_ day Monday evening. Those present were Mrs. Gertrude Simnick, Mrs Agnes Dreger, M^s. Evelyn McCloskey, and Mrs. Emma Tomky and daughter Loraine. Mrs. Nona S. Boyer of Riverdale spent the week-end at the home of her son. Guy N. Boyer and family in Harvey. Interocean 9832 DR. A. W. KLAPMANN DENTIST 13745 S. Leyden Ave. X-Ray Gas Administered Come in or phone for appointment YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT FRAY'S FLOWER SHOP 51-tf Phone Dolton 853 Tel. Ham. 4612. Res. Dolton 825-W DR. SAMUEL K. AVERY DENTIST Suite 415 5217 Hohman ave., Hammond, Ind. Special attention to children's dentistry and plate work. AUGUST C. REICH AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance Phone Interocean 9710 13635 Indiana Avenue ANTHONY BASILE PLUMBING Residence Phone Dolton 848 14326 Chicago Street DR. CHAS. P. COSGROVE D E N T I S T RIVERDALE BANK BLDG. 13702 Indiana Avenue Hours Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 to 5. All evenings by appt. Phone Riverdale 14 INSULATE NOW WITH A GUARANTEE MINERAL WOOL Attic and Sidewall Blown In Also Roofing and Siding Estimate Free Deal Direct ALL WORK GUARANTEED Terms We also have batts, vents and roofing. H O F F M A N Insulation Company 900 MacArthur Court Dolton, IU. Dol. 823 14-6 For your service, convenience, comfort, privacy and good taste are our objectives. With these objectives in mind our funeral establishment was planned out of years of experience with the desire and requirements of this community. A service available to meet the financial requirements of all. BACHMANN FUNERAL HOME 224 EAST 138TH STREET TELEPHONE INTEROCEAN 086O 37- DALE-DOL SHOE STORE AND SHOE REPAIRING See Our New Stock of Children's Shoes 13741 Leyden Ave. Riverdale 7-TF Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted DR. W. D. SHANNON Optometrist 14165 Lincoln Ave. Dolton 756-W Dolton, HL Malloy Coal Co. STEAM AND DOMESTIC COALS 139O4 Lincoln Ave. Dolton Phone 965 Chicago Phone Interocean 9711 t-TF LONG TERMS LOW COST EASY TO REPAY HOME LOANS H A R V E F E D E R S A V I N A N D L O A N A S e c u r i t y Bldg. 182 E. 154th Street Harvey, Illinois R I V E R D A L 13700 INDIANA AVE., RIVERDALE. ILL. Phone Riverdale 1297 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT--EDDIE and GERTIE KEYL CHICKEN and STEAKS OYSTERS AND SHRIMP, ANY STYLE. AT ALL TIMES NOON DAY PLATE LUNCH EVERY DAY, INCLUDING SUNDAY FISH ON FRIDAY Sandwiches and Chili TF W A T C H Men's 17 jewel waterproof and self-winding wrist watches. Ladies' 17 jewel, very small wrist watches in 14K solid gold cases. 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