The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on March 18, 1962 · 80
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PAGE 18 Section B wwwwtwii'ijy yntui y ly m ? i l - TIIE SUN, BALTIMORE, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH IS, 1962 Plans Event - Life Chapter, American Medical Center at Denver, will hold a night of games at 8.30 P.M. Wednesday, April 4. at the Rogers Avenue Synagogue, Rogers and Rubin avenues. All proceeds will be used for cancer research. LIVE AGAIN FOR SPRING WITH A MAGNIFICENT Natural Autumn Haze or Ranch MINK JACKET MiftMy-wiiwi'wuj'iijfjpj him I if- 1 s Iff- II J It II J Hi Hamiltonian CLUB APARTMENTS r T ' . 4 . i CVS, X - Y . WZ f . i I 13 O I - Lavish applications cf gold on I INQUlftI ABOUT THE Wedding Present FOR Newlyweds Air Conditioned 1 bedroom from $105.50 2 bodroom from $135 Studio Apt. from $82.50 plua utllltlei TOIR RENTAL INCUDES: . 1 precious sterling ... richly hand I textured in the Florentine man- '-:- .Vf .-... . Leonard Coldfadlm Miss Ileen Scherr, of Troy court, is engaged to marry Mr. Michael Shefferman. Paul Jordan Miss Patricia A. Buettner and Mr. Laurence Harding plan to be married in July. other natural mink jackets and caps jackets from 577. I rtr by Kirk master engravers . . . I creates the regal splendor of I ii . .. i' I . it... i- : : V--:. :.. -v . mis new mik panern. . H, irm Week's Engagements y Swimming Pool om . I. fR. AND MRS. J. LEON i 1 FRIEDLANDER , of 4023 Trnnis Court! Badminton Courts 'Outdoor Barbecues FrlTate Parle Dishwasher Large Roomi Private Balconies A 111 Edgewood Junior-Senior High School and her fiance is a graduate of the same school. DeZayas Gruber Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Gruber, of Cranston avenue, have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Donna Reisterstown road, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Bryna Sharon Friedlander, to Mr. Louis J. Pucci, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis y y y y y y y y y y y y y y J. Pucci, of 4027 Reisterstown road. Daylight Kitchens and Bathrooms SAMPLI APARTMENTS OPEN 11 A.M. to P.M. 351J . Northern Fkwy. (S Blocks east of 0700 block of Harford Rd.) 1 Bus at Main Entrance Carole Gruber, to Mr. Jose Hec Miss Friedlander is a junior at Towson State Teachers College of course . . . tor de Zayas, son of Mrs. Hector de Zayas, of Annapolis, and the T.M. EMBA and her nance is a graduate of y y y y y y y y late Lt. Col. de Zayas, USMC. the University of Baltimore School of Law. Miss Gruber graduated from Mantmn( CHARGE BUDGET LAY AWAY Prices Hut Tax y i. L. HAMMERMAN ORG., IhC. 227 N. HOWARD ST. Since 1902 y Ha a fAjb mihoit Cross Announcement has been made y by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Cross, of Lucia avenue, of the wwiwitei';'; engagement of their daughter, Miss Judith E. Cross, to Mr. Jim J. Wilhoit, son of Mr. and Mrs. LASTT 3. HDAY T SAVE! Glenn Wilhoit, of 0 wings Mills. The bride-elect graduated from Eastern High School and Baltimore Business College. Mr. Wilhoit graduated from nationally advertised 59.95 Franklin High School. An October wedding is planned. Schuster Schwiegeralh FLEX-GUARD QUALITY The engagement of Miss Kath- erine Marie Schwiegerath to Mr. Richard Lane Schuster, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schuster, of Old Frederick road, has been announced by her parents, Mr. I fr fj ' . . I - f y ' i:lj'- f '-s I - yi ,K 'n addibon to our t jffi Own Make Sterling, I 11 4 we re stents for; V. V - i ' Cels ! X V f Dansk I ' ' VVJ8 V?' Fletcher of England i V" Gorham :.v ; :: : : ' :. International Lunt Jr. Reed and Barton JT ' f Tol : 1 Wallace "SMOOTH "-TOP MATTRESS and Mrs. Jacob H. Schwiegerath, of James street. The prospective bride is a graduate of St. Martin High ONLY LEVENSON & KLEIN OFFERS All School. Her fiance is a graduate of Mergenthaler Vocational Technical High School. !1 Cohen Pimes Mr. and Mrs. Saul S. Pimes, of Ridgely street, have an ' " nounced the engagement of their Edmondson High School. Mr. de Zayas attended Severn School and graduated from Annapolis High School. He is attending Anne Arundel Community College in Severna Park. Greenleaf Amere'ihn The engagement of Miss Mary Frances Amereihn to Mr. Carroll S. Greenleaf 3d, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll S. Greenleaf 2d, of Cochranville, Pa., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August R. Amereihn, of Kingsville. The bride-to-be is a graduate of St. Stephen's High School in Bradshaw. The prosepctive bridegroom is a graduate of Octorara Area High School. A September wedding is planned. Kane Rayson Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Gail Carol Rayson, daughter of Mrs. Helen C. Rayson, of Langley Park, to Mr. John Livingston Kane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walter Kane, of 1215 Oak Croft drive, Lutherville. Miss Rayson graduated from Bernardsville High School, Bernardsville, N.J. Her fiance, a graduate of Towson Senior High School, attended the University of Maryland. A May wedding is planned. Karcsh Gerber Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Miriam Karesh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Karesh, of Columbia, S.C., to Dr. Herbert J. Gerber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gerber, of North Rogers avenue. The bride-elect, a graduate of Drehr High School, Charleston, S.C., received her B.S. degree from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Gerber, a graduate of the University of North Dakota, received his M.D. degree from the medical school at the Uni-. versity of Pennsylvania. A July wedding is being planned. Becker -Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Harrison, of 4270 Labyrinth road, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marilyn Harrison, to Mr. Edward P. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Becker, of 5515 Old daughter, Miss Sylvia F. Pimes, to Mr. Leonard Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cohen, of Annellcn road. n 1 n Miss Pimes is the granddaugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Becker. The wedding is set for June 24. Sykes Seymer The engagement of Miss Lorraine V. Seymer to Mr. Julius Berry Sykes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant W. Sykes, of 801 Fernhill road, Clearwater Beach, has been announced by For the newest tatle fashions, keep an eye on Kirk this year. Kirk was first with Florentine . . . first with the gleaming Gold Vermeil. Kirk Florentine Gold Vermeil is now available in a 6-piece place setting at 95; Kirk Florentine Sterling . . . 6-piece place setting for 75. Prices include Federal tax. Like all the lovely Kirk patterns, Florentine Gold Vermeil or Florentine Sterling may be purchased on a convenient Budget Plan . . . Free parking at all three Kirk stores ... or phone MU. 5-7660. I r i . S INC "' T SPORTSWEAR SPECIALISTS her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Seymer, of South Meadow drive. Both Miss Seymer and Mr. Sykes are graduates of Glen Burnie High School. Jongs Baker Mr. and Mrs. Emory Baker, of Glen Rock, Pa., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Donna Lee Baker, to Mr. Dennis E. Jongs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Jongs, of New Freedom, Pa. Granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank U. G. Baker, of Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties, the bride-elect is a student at Kutztown State College. Her fiance graduated from Sus-quehannock High School. A June 3 wedding is planned. Price Brown Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, of 2003 Forrest avenue, of the engagement of Miss Carolyn Lee Brown, formerly of Cresap-town, to Mr. Ronald Eugene Phone ORleans 5-6500 to save on these fine aualitv moHrit Court road. The prospective bride is a graduate of Forst Park High School.' Mr. Becker, also a graduate of the same high school, is completing his senior year at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. The wedding is set for the summer. that were selling all over the country at the "LIFE" nationally advertised 59.95 price. You'll sleep better, feel better on this luxurious button-free smooth-top innerspring mattress. 1.25 a week buys BOTH mattress and boxspring Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Price, of Hagers- LAST 3 DAYS! Scaly complete holly wood sets town. A graduate of Alleghany' High Srhnnl th nrnsnwtivp hride is r $ ) EXTRA ADDED SPECIAL! the granddaughter of Mr. and parade ' coats 'jrm rrt. Mrs. bamuel Brown, ol tresap- a town. Mr. Price graduated from South Hagerstown High School. A summer wedding is Step out in style with planned. Maple Bookcase Headboard set, complete glamorous Smooth-Top" headboard set, complete plastic "lite-up" bookcase headboard set, complete your choice from this Deluxe "parade o' coats." This one is a fashion tailored beauty- in basket-weave, all wool Stroock. Button tab sleeve interest, sunburst back, matching crepe 1; Ii7 1 1 r 1j In $99 now 7995 now FULL TIME DOMESTIC HELP FROM EUROPE Houitktepvrt, House-boy , Methar't Holp-mrt, Cooki, Couplti, from ... ENGLAND, IRELAND, GERMANY, FRANCE, SWEDEN, BELGIUM EUROPA Placemen) Agency N w York-Phlli.-Pitts.-Balto. For Information Phoni 922-3138 s59 now Kaiss Boise Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Faith A. , Bosse, daughter of Mrs. Faith V. Bosse, of Haldane road, to Mr. George R. Kaiss, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Kaiss. 32 10 Avon avenue. Miss Bosse graduated from Seton High School. Her fiance is attending the University of Baltimore. The. wedding Is set for September 15. Rogers -Warner Announcement has been made You get: extra firm smooth top mattress, twin size boxspring en metal frame, maple sliding door bookcase headboord. You get: firm smooth-top mattress, twin-size boxspring on metal, frame, plastic tufted headboard. You get: Sealy mattress, matching twin-size boxspring on legs plus plastic bookcase headboard. ' lining. Bone or blue. (Other styles k gay colors available) Sizes 8 to 16 hv Mr. and Mm. James Warner. shop monday 9:30 'til 9 open a 30 or 90 day'charge OR take a long time to poyl monument .&.chesjersts. PARK FREE on large lot adjoining store of Abingdon, of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Dawn Ellen Warner, to Mr. Franklin ehargn invited George Rogers, Jr.- son of Mr. i and Mrs. Franklin George Roc- Member of Downtown Park & Shop ers. of Magnolia. j Miss Warner is a student at

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