Allentown Messenger from Allentown, New Jersey on July 27, 1961 · 8
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Allentown Messenger from Allentown, New Jersey · 8

Allentown, New Jersey
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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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Thursday, July 27, 1961 Pate 8 ALLENTOWN MESSENGER, MONMOUTH COUNTY, N. J Allentown Church Notices St. John's Church John Iealla-han pastor. Sunday Masses, 7:00, 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock. Week-day Masses, Monday through Friday, 7:30 o'clock; Saturdays, 8:00 o'clock. Union A. M. E. Church Alonzo Henley, pastor. 10:00 a. m., Sunday School, superintendent, Miss Helen Van Orkey, 11:00 a.m., worship. The churches of the community will worship together for the summer aeason. The services will all begin at 10 a-m. On July 23, 30 and August 6, thg. worship hour will be in the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Price will lead the service. On August 13, 20 and 27 the worship hour will be in the Methodist Church. Mr. Hyers will lead the service. ' Each host church will be responsible to assign the offering to the proper church. If you are at home or on vacation remember that God never takes a vacation from His control of the world, His forgiveness of His rebellious people, nor His love of all men. Worship God weekly in a house of worship. Imlaystown Methodist Circuit Robert J. Kwik, student pastor Clarksburg, 9:30. SS 10:30. Emleys Hill, 11. SS 9:30 Imlaystown, 1 p.m. Cream Ridge Presbyterian Church John Paust, student pastor. Sunday School, 10:15 a. m.; services, 10:30 a. m. United Presbyterian Women of this church meet the second Tuesday off each month in the church. St. Paul's Methodist Church, Ely, Route No. 5; Pastor: Rev. Robert D. Carlyon; music: Mrs. Martha Lucas; Sunday School, 2 p.m.; Church Service, 2 p.m.; Official Board meets first Sunday each month, 3 pm.; W.S.C.S. meets second Tuesday each month at 8 p.m. (The former Blakesless-8 p. m. (The former Blakeslee CHESTERFIELD TOMNSHIP Airman 2d Class Joseph Kecs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Mikula. re turns Saturday after two weeks of traimng with the Air National Uuard at Travis Air Base, Savannah, Ga. J nlw 9.R markeH the ninth hirthdav of Susanna Micanko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bteven J. Micanko oi r en-ton Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Marincas are buying the North Crosswicks home of Mrs. Bertha Southard. The frame house has five rooms and bath. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kobjent and family returned to Waterville, Maine, after a visit with Arthur R. Brick and other kin here and at Lavallette. Bishop Ted Richardson and his 19-year-old son Sam of San Antonio were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. MMMMWAMAAAMAAWMW MNVWVMNWWVWVVWWW ANNOUNCING OUR NEW LINE OF ARROW Underwear Handkerchiefs Arrow Stride Underwear Athletic Shirts T Shirts Briefs Sprinter Boxer and Arosnap Under Shorts Use Our Lay-A way Plan VAN KIRK'S STORE Phone CL 9-2054 Allentown, N. J. WALT'S BAKERY 8 SOUTH MAIN STREET ALLENTOWN, N. J. CL 9-2095 WEEK-END SPECIAL SATURDAY . CUP CAKES 55 CENTS DOZEN . Baking Done on Premises Cakes for All Occasions Open 7 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. Monday Thru. Saturday 7 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Sunday July 27 lt Thomas Hofflinger. Bishop Richardson was en route to Oslo, Norway for the Methodist 'World Conference. Seventeen years ago, he was pastor of the Crosswicks Methodist Church and is now superintendent of the San Antonio District. His son returned Allen K, Woodward and daughter i Arlene and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mount are vacationing in Florida. . Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Woodward leave August 6 to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor and family at Albuquerque, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mathews and son Randy were recent visitors at Beach Haven. to San Antonio after a New York visit with his father. Also entertained by the Hoff lingers were Mr. and Mrs. George Parry of Allentown. Descendants of William B. Reep of Flemington, deceased, attended their annual reunion at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward near Flemington. Amonfr the 38 present were Mrs. Florence Umstead, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perrine and Mr .and Mrs. Richard Umstead and famUy; Mrs. Albert Umstead and sons and Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall and daughters of Florence Township; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haney of Doylestown; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sherman of Mana-squan; Mrs. Emily Strachan of Trenton; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Umstead of Mercerville, and John Sherman and his fiancee of Belmar; also, Mr. and Mrs. R. Carter Borden of Crosswicks. Mrs. Charles Rempfer of Newtown spent a few days visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Goodenough of Crosswicks. Miss Lynn Knowles was a weekend guest of friends at Massapequa, L. I. Mrs. Charles F. Rinehart of Annap olis. Md. and Alfred Charles Misia kowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Misiakowski of Trenton. The ceremony was performed in St. Hedwig's Church, Avith Monsignor Martin J. Lipimski officiating. Wieszczek-Tell Wedding On Saturday, June 24, Miss Joan Elizabeth Tell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Girard Paul Tell of Levittown, N. J. became the bride of Henry John Wieszczek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- icy wieszczeK oi noDDinsviue. lna . ceremony was performed hv the RevH"6 ?f the i' - f i 'i 'i j .1 . ii John J. Hendricks in Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, Levittown. The bride escorted by her father. wore a gown of Chantilly. lace fash ioned with long sleeves and a tiered floor-length skirt that flowed into a train. Her veil of illusion fell from a pearl coronet and she carried a bouquet of white cymbidum orchids. Mrs. Rosemary Walton of Beverley served as matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Joan Cheeseman, sister of the bride, and Miss Sharon Skow, both of Levittown. They were dressed alike in full skirted frocks of blue taffeta with picture hats to match. Fred Wieszczek served as his brother's best man and another brother, Frank Wieszczek was an usher as were Charles Clark and John Tell, brother of the bride. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Tell selected a dress of blue lace over taffeta with hat and slippers to match. Mrs. Wieszczek chose a beige lace over green taffeta with flowered hat and green accessories. A reception following the ceremony was held at the Polish American Hall after which the couple left for a honeymoon in Canada. Upon their return they will reside in Levittown. Mrs. Wieszczek is a graduate of Hammonton High School and is employed by the Weyerhauser Company. Her husband is an alumnus of Hamilton High School. HAMILTON SQUARE Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Sant have returned from a stay of several days at Wildwood Crest.. Walter Bowker and son Bob were Tuesday visitors with John Nutt of Hornerstowh. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford R. Van Sant of Langhome, Pa. were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Sant. Miss Doris Derrico served as brides maid at the wedding of Miss Carol Lee Rinehart, daughter of Mr. and U. F. Jr. Dairy Club Presented Play The Upper Freehold Jr. Dairy Club presented a play entitled "His First Shave" July 20 ' '; for the variety show at the Monmouth County Fair. Briefly, "His First Show" was about Derek, a sixteen-year-old boy, experiencing his first shave before his date. Janet, his girl friend, arrives at the crucial moment. The characters were Gene Golden, Mr. Morton; Hilda Freiberger, Mrs. Morton; Donna Rue, Clara Morton; Edwin Booth, Derek morton, and Janet Malsbury, Janet Derek's date. The play was directed by Mrs. George Rue. . bttuanH BURNS Mrs. Mary A. (Gussie) Burns, widow of Thomas G. Burns, died Tuesday, July 25, 1961 in St. Francis Hospital. She lived with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Edwards 737 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton. Also surviving are another daughter, Mrs. Edward Barkholz; two sons, Frederick and John T. Burns of Trenton; three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Miller of Trenton, Mrs. Michael Lyons of Allentown and Mrs. Robert Barnett of Long Island;, two brothers, George and Joseph Lowery of Trenton and five grandchildren. The funeral will be held Friday at 8 a. iri. from the Hamilton Avenue address. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Anthony's' Church, Trenton. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery at the conve- Imerly a teacher in Allentown and ele-acVinni nrincinal in Hamilton j Square, she retired in 1927. She was a member of Hamilton square dsim Church and Nottingham Chapter 246, Order of the Eastern Star of Hamilton Ssuare. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Frank Quicksill and a niece, Mrs. John Elmer, both of Robbinsville. TVn fnnoral tvas hpA ' at 2 D. m. Wednesday from the Peppier Funeral Home, 114 South Main Street, Allentown, with the Rev. Joseph Thomas-berger of Hamilton Square Baptist Church officiating. Interment was in Allentown Cemetery. TANTUM ' Fred Tantum, 77, of Ward Avenue, Bordentown, died Sunday, July 23, 1961 in St. Francis Hospital after a short illness. A retired farmer, he was a member of Union Fire Company, Crosswicks. Survivine are his wife, .Mrs. Anna Wood Tantum; a daughter, Mrs. Wil-, Ham Speck of Brazil ; two sons, Orville (Pete) of Crosswicks and Charles A. of Bordentown; two brothers, Elmer E. of Trenton and Walter of cross wicks; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The funeral was held today (Thursday) at 11 a. m. from the Peppier Funeral Home, 114 South Main Street, Allentown, with the Rev. Richard Sullivan of Crosswicks Methodist Church officiating. Interment was in North Crosswicks Cemetery. ' SINTON Mrs. Anna Fell Sinton, widow of Dr. John Y. Sinton, formerly of Imlaystown, died Sunday, July 23, 1961 at her home in Mount Holly following a short illness. She had resided in Imlaystown for 33 years before moving to Mount Holly 15 years ago. She was a member of Sphinx Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star of New Egypt and the Mount Holly Baptist Church. Surviving is a daughter, Miss Elizabeth F. Sinton of Mount Holly. The funeral was held at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday from the Peppier Funeral Home, 114 South Main Street, Allentown. Interment was in Old Yellow Meeting House Cemetery, Red Valley. The deceased will be remembered as Miss Gussie Lowery who spent her girlhood days in Allentown. . " KOTAN ' "' Mrs. Ida Kotan, 72, of Archertown- i Colliers Mills Road, New Egypt, died Monday, July 24, 1961 in Mercer Hos pital. Born in Austria, she lived in New Egypt for the past 21 years. surviving are her husband, John Kotaji; a son. Charles- of Bayside, N. Y.; three daughters, Mrs. Daniel David of Flushing, N. Y., Mrs. John Fiscor of Cream Ridge and Mrs. Ray mond Emery of New Egypt, and six grandchildren. The funeral was held at 9:30 a. m. today (Thursday- from the Peppier; funeral Home, 114 South Main btreet, Allentown. The Rev. Robert Reid of Plumsted Presbyterian Church offi ciated. Interment was in Spring-field,- Illinois. CARSON Walter Carson, 78, died Wednesday, July 19, 1961 at the home of his son, T. Alvin Carson of the Edinburg-Dutch Neck Koad. A former truck driver with the Mercer County Road Depart ment, he was born in Kobbinsvule and lived 42 years in Edinburg. Husband of the late Jennie Stewart Carson, he also is survived by another son, Walter I. of Plainsboro; a daughter, Mrs. Anna Mae Malsbury of Windsor; a brother, George E. of Manasquan, and seven grandchildren. Services were held Friday in Hamilton Square, with the Rev. Robert L. Blackwell of Plainsboro Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment was in Hamilton Square .Baptist Cemetery. ' ' HANHEEN ' Mrs. Ida R. Hahheen, 85, of 3496 Nottingham Way, Hamilton Square, died Saturday night, July 22, 1961 in St. Francis Hospital after a short ill ness. " Born in Allentown, she was the widow of William J. Hanheen. 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Thurday and Friday evening 'til 9 p. m. -.Terms to suit Purchases held for Fall delivery Telephone The Rug Mart The Furniture Mart Princeton, New Jersey Walnut 1-9100 1-9101 1-9102 1-9103 AND Beautiful things for gracious living Ivy Manor Princeton, New Jersey Walnut 1-9292 1-9293

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