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Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania • 7

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WANTADE About Folk You Paragraphs Know Society News TIMES-LEADER. THE EVENING NEWS, WILKES-BARRE, PA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 15, 1942 Telephone Zouz TO 2-2121 Wed Today At Church Bridal -Granville Rice. MRS. MICHAEL KOLESAR Miss Eva Sieminski, daughter ski, 80 Watkins street, Swoyerville, Kolesar, of Philadelphia, son of street, Swoyerville, this morning Swoyerville.

Rev. Joseph Buda the nuptial mass. The attendants were Miss Hedwig Poliwater and Joseph Kolesar, brother of the bridegroom. The bride wore a gown of white starched lace and net, filled bodice, sweetheart neckline and long sleeves. Her tulle veil was trimmed with Belgian lace and she carried an arm bouquet of gardenias.

The bridesmaid was also attired in white lace and carried a nosegay of tea roses. Breakfast was served at the of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.

Sieminbecame the bride of Michael Mrs. Michael Kolesar, of Tripp at 9:30 in St. Mary's Church, performed the ceremony and read bride's home after which the couple left, on bride, a wedding graduate trip. of Swoyerville High School and Misericordia College, is a member of the high school faculty at Swoyerville. Mr.

Kolesar, a graduate of Swoyerville High School, is a yeoman second class, U. S. Navy, stationed at the recruiting office in Philadelphia. He was formerly a reporter for the Times-Leader. Miss Genevie Christman Is Married To Stewart E.

Gassner At Ashley The marriage of Miss Genevie E. Christman, daughter of Stanley E. Christman, 108 West Hartford street, Ashley, to Stewart E. Gassner, son of Mr. and Mrs.

George Gassner, of Mauch Chunk, was solemnized this morning at 11. oclock in Ashley GraMethodist Church, Rev. Robert ham officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Ethel Olver played the wedding music and Mrs.

William Darragh was soloist. Miss Ruth Elizabeth Christman was her sister's only attendant and George E. Gassner served his brother as best man. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a dawn blue sheer crepe jacket dress featuring. the new lingerie top and straight skirt.

Her large off-theface hat was in matching material and her shoulder corsage was orchids. The maid of honor wore a dress of cypsee material in California rose. The jacket was trimmed with white eyelet batiste and lace, and her white eyelet off-the-face hat was trimmed with ribbon to match her dress. She wore a shoulder corsage of tea roses and gardenias. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Christman home for.

immediate and his bride families. left on Later, a wedding trip to York, Boston and Maine. After July 26 they will reside at 28 North Main street, Ashley. The bride is a graduate of Ashley High School and associated with her father in the real estate and insurance business at Ashley. Mr.

Gassner is with the Central Railroad police department in Wilkes-Barre. Margaret Ann Gallagher Is Bride Of Lieut. Jack Cameron Heist Miss Margaret Ann Gallagher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.

Gallagher, 331 Scott street, and Lieut. Jack Cameron Heist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heist, of Eustis, were married this morning at 9 in Holy Savior Church, by the Rev. Edward Gallagher, of St.

Mary's of the Mount Church, Mount Pocono. This was the first wedding solemnized by Father Gallagher who was ordained on May 30. The church was decorated with red, white and blue flowers, palms and ferns. The attendants were Miss Ann Ward of this city, and Attorney Clarence G. Pechacek of Washington.

Esther Gallagher Godwin was soloist and Miss Leonard played the wedding music. The bride's gown of white satin and net was fashioned with a fitted satin bodice made with sweetheart neckline and bracelet length sleeves. The bouffant skirt of net over satin ended in slight train. She wore a fingertip veil of illusion arranged on a Juliet cap and carried a mil- bouquet of white carnations tied with red and blue maline. The bridesmaid wore a gown of romance blue, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, bracelet length sleeves and a long skirt.

She carried an arm bouquet of talisman roses. The bride's mother selected dusty pink dress with which she wore poudre blue accessories and an orchid corsage. A reception was held, at Hotel Redington after which couple left on a wedding trip, to Virginia Beach, going from Baltimore by boat. They will live at Fort Benning, Ga. The bride is a graduate of Coughlin High School and has been employed in the War Department at Washington.

Lieut Heist, who is a graduate of Eustis High School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a member of Theta Delta Chi Fraternity. He is with the Army Ordnance Department at Fort Benning, Ga. VITA Individually Air-Cooled! Romantic, New CURLETTE .95 Complete with shampoo, set, hair trim and lots of curls. FEATHERETTE $2.95 JOANS Nestle! 82 B. Main Wilkes -Barre $3.95 No Comb Brush pins Itt Bonat! (Frederic! (Halliwell! 32 50 17 W.

N. Main Market Main Nanticoke Plymouth Pittston necessary! 17. W. Broad Hazleton Women's Activities Organization Notes Naval Officer And Bride And Bride J. McALARNEY 419 South Franklin street, daughter, Miss, Margaret C.

McAlarney, son Mr. and Mrs. avenue, Plymouth, on Tuesday Riverside Presbyterian Church, A. Cleveland officiated. Sloan, of Jacksonville, and Malcolm Todd, of Plymouth.

Ensign McAlarney and his bride, who are visiting here, will go to Norfolk, on July 27, at the expiration of his 20-day leave, to establish residence. Ensign McAlarney has been transferred there for advance training in the U. S. N. R.

Air Corps. The bride is a graduate of Meyers High School and Wyoming Seminary. She was formerly employed in the County Commissioners' office. Ensign McAlarney is graduate of Plymouth High School and Moravian College at Bethlehem. He also attended Wyoming Seminary and Lafayette College.

Station, Jacksonville, Fla. The attendants were Ensign William Capt. Ransavage Honored At Dinner Dr. L. 'A.

Ransavage of Edwardsville, who will leave July 20 for service in the United States Army with the commission of captain, was guest of honor at a dinner Sunday night at Hotel Redington. Captain Ransavage recently received his commission. Those present were Dr. and Mrs. L.

A. Ransavage, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.

William Lish, Mrs. Gabriel Klimkevich, and F. W. Roberts, Dr. and Mrs.

William Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Montieth, Miss Helen Yauk, Mr.

and Mrs. W. Kutz, Dr. and Mrs. M.

L. Konecke, Mr. and Mrs. John Boson, Mr. and Mrs.

Albert White, Mr. and Mrs. Masonis, Attorney and Mrs. John Lopatto, Mr. and Mrs.

Dewey Edwards. Miss Evelyn Knappman, 79 Tripp street, Forty Fort, is in New York where she is taking a post-graduate course at the University of New York. Miss Grace Miller, of Syracuse, N. arrived here today to spend two weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

David Sayes, of Tioga avenue, Kingston. Do not wait until Fall for your new SHOES If the war is long it may be some time before GOOD SHOES are readily available. GET THEM NOW! REMEMBER-Our Shoes Have BUILT IN ARCHES NO OTHER ARCHES NEEDED- Snug Fitting Heels-Light Weight--No Breaking In. SUMMER SALE NOW GOING ON. Health Spot Shoes FOR MEN-WOMEN-CHILDREN PUBLIC SQUARE NEAR DIAL 3-6847 BENESCH'S WOES Cronauer Will Be Married To H.

J. Lawall Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cronauer, 109 Regent street, city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marie Frances, to Henry J. Lawall, of Baltimore, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Elmer Lawall, of South Welles street, city. Miss Cronauer attended St. Ann's Academy and graduated from Elmer Meyers High School. She is employed in the office of the Penn Tobacco Company.

Mr. Lawall, a graduate of Coughlin High School, is employed at Baltimore. August wedding, Aloysius Church. The will take place The couple will reside in Baltimore. Personals Rev.

J. D. Thomas, of Scranton, who was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.

Truman Evans, Carey avenue, left yesterday for Toronto where he will spend three weeks. Miss Carol Moyer, of Indiana, is visiting at her home, 240 Horton street. Wallace Lecher and three children of Upper arriveder here today to visit his mother home on Terrace street. Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Kriegh, South Landon street, Kingston, are at North Lake for two weeks. Mrs. E. J. Willman and daughter, Jananne, Manhattan street, Ashley, in Atlantic City.

Mrs. Stewart Powell, Carey avenue, has returned from East Orange, N. whre she visited Mr. and Mrs. William Harris.

Miss Rhea Moyer, a nurse at Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, where recently underwent an operation, is convalescing at her home, 240 Horton street. Miss Gertrude Jones, of 79 Anthracite street, city, is vacationing in Atlantic City this week. John Kelly has returned to Haddonfield, N. after visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

James Huston, of Dallas, Mrs. Rose Kopack, of 137 Green street, Edwardsville, is recuperating in the Wilkes-Barre General Hospital following an operation. Joseph Weitzenkorn, who spent the past seven months in Mexico, arrived here yesterday to visit his father, Louis Weitzenkorn, West River street. Miss Emma has returned to Washington, after spending a P.raina few days at her home on Liberty street, Newtown. Bobby Draina has returned to his home, in Newtown, after spending two weeks in Washington, D.

C. Mrs. Cora P. Keatley, of St. Clairsville, Ohio, visiting Mrs.

Charles W. Keatley and family, Lehigh street. Miss Evelyn M. Thomas, of Boston, is a guest at the Ryman residence, 224 South Franklin street. Miss Thomas is a former resident of Wilkes-Barre.

Mr. and Mrs. John T. McDonnell, and Mr. and Mrs.

B. R. Heis celebrated their first wedding anniversaries with a mass at St. Dominic's Church at De Detroit, followed Arne dinner at the Cadillac Hotel. two couples are former residents of the valley.

Mrs. McDonnell and Mrs. Heis are daughters of Richard Pollard, a former resident of Larksville. Mr. and Mrs.

Carl Halter and daughter Mildred, of Worcester, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Eunice Berry DeWitt, of Forty Fort, is convalescing at General Hospital where she underwent a goitre operation a week ago. Mr. and Mrs.

Edward Stelmack, Parrish street, announce the birth of a daughter on Sunday morning at the Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Stelmack is the former Miss Helen Urban, Galahad Mothers Sir Galahad Mothers will hold a special meeting Thursday night at 8 in St. Stephen's Club House. Summer Clearance of Breezy Cool Cottons, Bembergs and Jerseys $7.95 to $13.95 SUMMER HATS for every occasion Closing Out At SI to $4.95 MACK.

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M. Gerelle Wed In Nanticoke Miss Florence Bache, daughter of Carter Bache, 140 Orchard street, Nanticoke, was married to Lieutenant Alfred M. Gerelle, New York, July 8, at 2 p. m. at Primitive Methodist Church, Nanticoke.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. Peter R. Scholes, pastor. Attendants were Miss Marjorie L. Clare, New York City, and Thomas C.

Bache, brother of the bride. Miss Bache was given in marriage by her father. She wore a pastel blue gown, embroidered in hand painted flowers with navy accessories, a tan picture hat, and a corsage of gardenias. Miss Clare chose a navy blue and white gown and wore a corsage of white gardenias. The church was decorated with palms, delphinium, and pink gladiolas.

Mrs. Peter Scholes presided at the organ. A reception followed at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bache, West. Broad street, Nanticoke, for the immediate families.

The home was decorated with summer flowers and ferns. couple left on a trip. Mrs. Garelle wore a gold summer gabarHer hat a large tan straw, dine coat suit, with navy accessories. trimmed in navy blue.

The bride is a graduate of Nanticoke High School and New York at University. She has been employed Wall street, New York, for the past two years. Lt. Friends Gerelle graduated from School and School, New Morristown Military He is stationed at Fort Madison, York University. New York.

They will reside at Sacketts Harbor, New York. Miss has Loretta Smith, Wyoming street, where returned from Harrisburg she spent a week. Miss Cornelia Parkhurst, of Idetown, is entertaining Mrs. Alison Bainbridge of Buffalo. Mrs.

Robert Ichter, Ridge street, Ashley, is visiting her daughter in Philadelphia. Manor and Harvey's Lake, are spendAtty, Mrs. Peter Jurchak, Goss ing a few days in New York City. tained her card home, Mrs. R.

Curtis Homnick, enter318 South River street. High scorers were Mrs. Jack Wichner, Miss Margaret Olshan. Others present were Mrs. John H.

Callahan, Mrs. James O'Connor, Mrs. George Dettmore, Mrs. Fred Pissott, Mrs. Edward Bonawicz, Mrs.

John Anstett and the hostess. Miss Jeanne M. Franklin, 794 South Main street, has been vacationing at Nantasket Beach and Lynn, for the past six weeks as the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roth, who are former residents of Wilkes-Barre.

Miss Franklin will return home sometime this month. Mrs. John Callahan, Park avenue, entertained her card club recently. Winners at cards were Mrs. Jack Wichner and Mrs.

Edward Bonawicz. Others present were Mrs. E. C. Wideman, Mrs.

George Dettmore, Mrs. James O'Connor, Mrs. Pissott, Mrs. R. Curtis Homnick, Miss Margaret Olshan and the hostess.

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No charge for deposits. No account numbers to zemember. YOUR NAME PRINTED ON EACH CHECK The only cost is a small fee per check issued In neat books of 20 checks. The WYOMING NATIONAL BANK of Wilkes- Barre Troth Announced At Dinner-Dance ENSIGN AND MRS. W.

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams, city, announce the marriage of their Williams, to Ensign William J.

William H. McAlarney, Gaylord afternoon, July 7, at 4:30 p. m. in Jacksonville, Fla. The Rev.

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street, announced the engagement George D. Cave son of Mr. Hayes Lane, at a dinner-dance for Dresden. Miss Helfrich is a graduate Mr. Cave is a graduate of Coughlin at the West Pittston Iron Works.

No date has been set for the Marion Henahan To Be Married The marriage of Miss Marion Henahan, 1242 South Main street, to Corp. Joseph J. Redington, of Madison Barracks, N. will be solemnized. Holy Saturday Family morning Church, at 9 Watertown, oclock N.

Y. A wedding breakfast will follow at Hotel Woodruff, Watertown. Kingston, is visiting in Boston. Miss Marita Hughes, Wright street, -Ace Hoffman Studios. HELFRICH Helfrich, 269 South Washington of their daughter, Nancy, to and Mrs.

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