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.THE SCRANTON TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1952.- -17 HlckoryStreet Couple Weds In St. Mary's i i - " sf . 1 . V I .,' : :''" ;. : .."..;, , . I . - K -J-A,''?:: k--,- i.-:vs:.-'-:.-v-' , T:-.-, ' r ' .: i - I M .'. : . .. .".. ? ! ' - ' . " 1 ' ' ! 5 . 1 J . . ' i . . . Bruit 'Portrait MRS. PAUL J. FUELLER i V Misi Mary 'Anne' Eble, daughter of Mr. and Mfsa Gerard T. Coggins, 442 Hickory St., was married Thursday at JO LA..M.' in St, Mary's Church, South Scranton,' to Paul J. Fueller, son of Frederick Fueller, 444 flickory St., land the late Mrs. Fueller. , Alsgf George T. Schmidt performed the ceremony. Francis Van Maanen' was at the organ and Miss Rosalie Reif was vocalist. The bride, given in marriage- by ' her brother, Joseph Eble, wore a , Sown , of white imported Chantilly tiace and nylon tull over bridal satin. The long-sleeved pointed bodice of lace had a sheer yoke in n off-shoulder effect, edged tobert'Castanzo and Joseph Mullen bouffant skirt of layers of , tulle had a chapel-length train and was worn over a satin hoop petticoat and featured handkerchiefs of the lace and tulle edged with scallops of the lace. Her veil of imported silk , illusion cascaded from a matching lace-trimmed hat edged with cording of satin intertwined with seed pearls. She wore pearls, the gift of the bridegroom, and , carried prayer book " with" a marker - of ( white orchids and itephanotis. X, " j Miss Jo Ann Reif, maid of hon or, wdre' an irridescent green taf feta strapless, gown over which she wore a fittedx velvet jacket Jf t darker green shade with, bracelet-length sleeves. The gown had J shirred skirt with a, bustle back. She wore a! matching hat'-and car ried gold tone chrysanthemums. pompons and croton leaves. The bridesmaids, Misses Joan Kloss and Josephine Eble, the lat ter, a sister of the bride, wore blue and wine tone gowns, respectively, and hats made identical to those worn by the maid of honor. They carried similar bouquets.; Joseph . Tallo was' best man and were ushers. After breakfast at the home of the bride, and a reception in Piatt- Woolworth House Auditorium, Mr. and Mrs. Fueller left for Bermuda, the bride wearing a gray dress, black and white accessories . and a corsage of white orchids. The former Miss Eble, a gradu- e 01 St. . Mary s mgn acnooi, uth Scranton. is employed asj shier and secretary by the YWCA. Mr. Fueller. a graduate, of Technical High School, is employed by Scranton Metal Caslet Co. Mrs. Rockefeller Heads T Program, Mrs.' Laurence.'S. -Rockefeller, daughter-in-law of. John D. Rockefeller Jr.i will lead this country's 3,01)0,000 "YWCA members in com memorating the 100th anmver- sary" of the YV in the world in 1955, according to an announce1 ment received by Mrs. Theodore B. Bird Jr., president of the Scran ton "Y." As general chairmarK of the American centennial observance and celebration, Mrs. Rockefeller will head a threefo!4-program of rededication, strengthening and in creasing, the over-all membership by at least 600.000 more women and girls -and raising $5,000,000 in birthday gifts as a Centennial Fund to reinforce the movement's national program and 'services to local associations. Her mother, 'the late Mrs. John French, was a charter member and president of the national board. Mrs. Bird said that advance con tributions will be sought at the national level from corporations, trust funds and bequests over the full three-year period, but that participation of local associations in the birthday-gift project will be concentrated in the Spring of 1955. Catholic Women To Convene Dec. 15 The . Young , Catholic Women's Club will meet Monday, Dc. 15, at 8:45 P.M. in the Scranton Room of Hotel Casey. Mrs.- Robert Biel and Mrs. Gerald- Murray are cochair- men of the social committee in charge of arrangements Mrs. Harry P. O'Neill Jr., presi dent, has announced that a portion of the proceeds from the recent dance was used to purchase the Thanksgiving dinner for the sisters of St. Agnes. Place, Elmhurst. Two hundred 'and fifty new members were1 received into the club at the reception - Saturday afternoon in Hotel Casey. Mrs. Patrick Barrett and " Miss Rose O'Hara, cochairmen of the reception committee, were assisted by Mrs. O'Neill and Mesdames Francis A. Burne, ' Walter F. Golden, Robert Biel, Michael How ard, Thomas J. Donahue Jr. and Paul J.! Coyne. Miss O'Hara was - commentator for a millinery style show. Models were Mesdames Thomas Spellman, William J. Kotzwinkle, Donald E Sporer and Coyne and Miss Ann Marie O'Malley. Miss .Florence Olah, soprano, was accompanied by Miss Jane O Hara SOCIAL NEWS Miss Jane Ratchfbrd, daughter? of Mr. and Mrs. MartinRatchford, 312 Fellows St, has chosen Saturday, Dec, 27, as the date for her marriage t : James McAndrew Pierce, 1630 Madison Ave., Dun-more,' son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Pierce. -. i ( The ceremonsKwiirbe at 9 AM. in -Holy Crass Church and- will be fe performed with a: nuptial mass by Rev. Dr. ' William A. O'Mara. Breakfast at' Hotel Casey will fol- j low for. the bridal party and im- , mediate families. ' . MissRatchford will have Miss Catherine Lyriott for her maid of honor and. her sister, Miss Ann Ratchford,Tfor bridesmaid. Frank X. Burkt Jr., will be best man. Thomas Ratcniora, Drotner of the' bride-elect, and Francis Carey, brother-in-law of the bridegroom-elect, will be ushers. Miss Ratchford. a graduate of' V Central High School and Mary-wood College, -is a member tof .the faculty of Clarks Summit-Abington High SchooL Mr. Pierce was grad-j uated from Dunmore High School i and attended the University j of Scranton. He is employed by Sam-ter Bros. Co. Miss Doris J. Gilbert, daughter ct Mr. and! Mrs. David Gilbert, 2926 , Frink St., was married Saturday at 7 P.M. ini Jackson Street Baptist Church. to Kenneth R. Thomas,; son ct .Mrs. . Thomas M. Thomas, 602 1. Newton Rd- and . the late Mr. Thomas. Rev. Thomas A. Thomas, brother of ; the bridegroom, was as- . sisted at the ceremony by Rev, .' E. C. Canterbury of Berean Inter denominational- Church. Mrs. Rol-lin Keisling was at the organ and - Miss Mary Lou Griffith was vocalist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown , bf Chantilljy lace over satin featuring a fitted bodice, off-shoulder . neckline with a sheer illusion yoke, ' long sleeves and full lace skirt with an inset tof dpple-pleated nylon . tulle.- Her j veil of illusion was ar ranged from a lace and satin cloche trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a white orchid with stephan- otis in maline. Miss Marlene Gilbert was her sister's maid of honor. Her gown was strapless and of lace and nylon , net over tatieta. &ne wore a match ing blue lace cape :and a matching headpiece and face veil. She car ried yellow Rapture roses, yellow and bronze pompons in maline.. To Read af Meeting Births at Hospitals AT ST. MARY'S . A daughter Nov. 29 to James and Jean -McGarry Carroll. 1812 Washburn St. A son Nov. 28 to John and Eliza beth Conroy Kilker, 2013 Green Ridge St. AT MERCY. A daughter1 Nov. 29 to Edward and Bernice Connor Gavin, 1220 Bundle. St. ' A daughter Nov. 29 to William land Delores Sobeleski Ruthkowski, 807 Albert St., Dickson City, AT WEST SIDE prA-daughter Nov. 30 to Edwin and Arlene Shafer Price, 1515 Division St A daughter Nov. 30 to Benjamin and Lois Black Jeffreys, 1920 Price St AT HAHNEMANN A daughter Dec. 1 to Donald and Jean Kilmer Wirth, 1003 Prospect Ave. A son Dec. 1 to. Joseph and-Doris cramord Mangle, 427 Keuem.M. A son Dec. 1 to Donald and Vir Rose Marie Mancuso Wed in Dunmore Church f MM xw mm mis - ". p Anniversary of Class Is Marked by Dinner An anniversary dinner was held recently at the' Deitrick by the Friendship Bible Class of the Continental Mission in commemoration of the 26th anniversary of the class. -' R. D. Kocher was toastmaster. Mrs. R. D. Kocher, the first class president made a few remarks and the members of the class present also were called upon to make some comments. The class prophecy was read by Miss Stella Evans and the class history was read by Mrs. Mildred Evans. Readings were given by Mrs Esther Nash and Mrs. Edith White. Solos were offered by Mrs. Bessie Seybolt and Mrs. Kocher, accom panied by Mrs. Mildred Evans. Present were: Mrs. Bessie Sey bolt, John Seybolt, Misses Edith White, Betty Yackobovicz, Esther Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sulzer, Miss Margaret Sulzer,Mr and Mrs. George Evans, Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, Mr. and Kocher, Mrs. Minnie Getts, Rachel Majors and Mr. and William P. Kocher. MRS. FRANK J..WOELKERS Refice Portrait The marriage of Miss Rose Marie! Mancuso, daughter of Mrs. Ange- line Mancuso, 444 East Drinker St., Dunmore, to Frank J.- Woelkers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Woel- fkers, 1318 Jefferson Ave., Dun- moey -Was solemnized Thursday at 9 .AM- in St. Anthony's Church, DunmoreV Rev. J. Anthony Tito officiated. ' Frank J. Morell gave his niece in marriage. ihe wore a white satin and lace gown featuring an off- shoulder nylon illusion yoke trimmed with sequin and seed pearls. It had loftg-tSpering sleeves, a fitted lace bodice and full skirt ending in .a cathedral-length train. Her veil of ' illusion fell from a white . lace headpiece, trimmed with pearls. She carried gardenias and ar white orchid. . . Miss Frances Ann Mancuso, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Miss Anne Evelyn Woelkers, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. They wore American Beauty Strapless full-length velvet gowns, net stoles and velvet skull 7 Dickson City Bride of Hazleton Man caps. Tney carried red roses and white pompons. Jean Marie Morell of Baltimore, was flower girl for her cousin. She wore a Nile green net frock over taffeta with a crown of flowers in her hair. She carried a basket of red roses "and - pompons. Dennis Morell, this city," another cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. Benjamin Rdckovitz of Paterson, N.J., was best man and Frank Foley of Dunmore and Anthony and Charles Morell, cousins of the bride, were ushers. After breakfast- at the bride's home, dinner at the Gridiron Bar & Grill and a reception in St. Anthony's Hall, Dunmore, Mr. and Mrs: Woelkers left for New York and Washington, D.C. For traveling, the bride wore a purple velvet coat, Winter white dress and hat, black accessories and a corsage of white orchids. ; Mr. and Mrs. Woelkers are graduates of Dunmore High School. The former isayeteran of War 2. CLUB NOTES Miss Marion Weyand will preside at a meeting of Zeta Zeta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, tonight at 8 in the Chamber of Commerce. The sewing group of the Jewish Community Center will not meet this Wednesday, but will sew again9. ' on Wednesday, Dec. .10,' . at 10 AM. at the center. The executive board of the Lackawanna County Council, Federation of Republican Women, will meet Wednesday at 2 P.M. in the Squash House, Scranton Estate. Linden St. Mrs. Walter Roberts will preside. Mrs. Walter G. Van Camp will conduct a drill on "Amendments' at a meeting of the Parliamentary Law Club tomorrow at 10:30 A.M. at the YWCA. Mrs. Anthony Stuart will preside. Plans for the Christmas party on Dec. 10 from 2 to 4 P.M. at the "Y" will be discussed. To Preside at Election Ladies Auxiliary to Scranton De- Gerald Healey was his cousin's best man. Morgan 'Williams and Daniel Williams were ushers. After a reception in the Cham ber of Commerce, dining room, Mr and Mrs. Thomas' left for Washing . ton, D.C, the bride wearing a light blue dress and hatl brown fur coat and brown accessories. They , will . reside at 2926 Frink St. The bride is employed by Inter-national Correspondence Schools, 1 Mr. Thomas, a graduate of Indiana i Technical College, is employed by : the Instrument Division, Daystrom, )lnc, Archbald. Both were gradu ated from West Scranton High ' School, f ' 'I--. Miss Barbara E. Lees, 624 Wheel er Ave., and Mrs. James E. Lewis, 801 Park St., entertained Friday - night at the latter! home with a variety shower in honor of Mrs. ; V (Continued on Page M) D. GOLIGHTLY Mrs. W. ,D. Golightly, wife of the pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, will read a story, entitled "We Have Seen His Star at the annual Christinas meetirig of the Women of Immanuel Church on Friday at 2 PJtf. in the church . parlors, j' ' v Mrs. Arthur L. Conrad will conduct the devotions and Mrs. Myrtle Pannarello will have charge of the music. A short business meeting will be conducted by Miss Loretta Schmidt. Committee reports will be heard at this time. Miss Schmidt will preside at a board meeting at l P.M. -.-r i - i . . ETIQUETTE By ROBERTA LEE should leavt of Q. ' How should one take persons to whom one has just been in troduced? ;MWii um.F nT LJtachment, Marine Corps League, ginia Mitchell Miller, RD U Clarks j ... m ' w,lc,, ; ,., ,' in the clubrooras, 518. Lacka- Summit. A son Dec. 1 to George and Edna Pratt Watkins,' Nicholson. . j A daughter Nev. 30 to Willard and Vera Corey Newcomer, RD 1, Angels. A daughter Nov. 30 to Leonard and Mary Kofel Meila, 720 Throop St., Dunmore. A son Nov. 30 to Earl and Carrie Maconeghy Fuller, 409 Gibson St. A son Nov. 30 to Gerald and Elizabeth Harris Connors, 1721 LMulberry St. A son Nov. . 30 to George and Nelly Squire Stoddard, RD 2, Nicholson. y A daughter Nov. 29 to Robert and Helen Roche Scott, 1313 Washburn St. A son Nov. 29 to Joseph and Louise Strasburger Falciglia, 131 South. Van Buren Ave. A son Nov. 26 to Thomas and Joan Campbell Gaughan, 627 Pres-cott Ave. AT STATE A daughter Nov. 30 to Dominick and Rose Riviello Osaro, 935 Moosic Rd., Old Forge. sav. ; Good-by. I a oaugnier; inov. io r aui ana have met you." To 'Rose Giannetle .Ord, 2641 Jackson A. You can am very glad to one who has been especially teresting, or wh6 is somewhat of a personage, vou may say, "It's been a great pleasure to meet you." Q. At a weddtnc reception. In what positions should the; wedding party stand in the receivinj line? " : ' 'i ! A. The . bride; should stand, at the right of the bridegroom, with her maid of honor at her right, the bridesmaids next-' The best man and ushers do not "stand in the line. " 'H . Q. Is it proper- to use the knife to cut open a muffin at the table? ' : ; I A. Never! Bread of all kinds should be broken open- with the fingers, never cut wanna Ave. Motners, wives, sis ters and daughters of Marines or ex-Marines are invited to join the auxiliary. Mrs. Margaret Thomas will .preside at a meeting of Scranton Chapter, American War Mothers, tomorrow at 2 P.M. in VFW Hall, 320 North Washington Ave. The Christmas party of . Ladies Auxiliary to Keystone Consistory will be held tonight at '8 in Masonic Temple. Mrs. W. W. Scheuer, chairman, and Mrs. William Schank, cochairman, will be assisted by members, of the December hostess committee. St. John's Society Fetes New Members Mrs. Arthur . Bockelkartp and Mrs. Albert Risley were welcomed as new members of the Women's Missionary Society of St John's Lutheran Church at a recent meeting in the church. Mrs. Andrew C. ivcm u pimucu. 7 t Reports were given by Mrs. John Astfalk, calendar chairman, and Miss Marie Naegeli, who announced the following hostesses for the Dec. 16 meeting in the church: Mesdames John Sanders, Josephine Snyder, Robert Naegeli, apd C. C. Samela. - , Other reports were given by Mrs. Naegeli, card sale chairman; Mrs Joseph H. Biro and Mrs. Anthony Wolfe, who introduced the new members and Mrs. Edna R. Naylor, who announced that the December topic, ."The Stranger In Our Midst" will be presented by Miss Gerrie Biro. Mrs. John Naegeli "reported that more than $120 was realized from the recent public "Thank Offering Service." The society voted to send $10 checks as Christmas gifts to each of the following Lutheran Orphan srKJood ShephernVTopton, and Germantown, and a contributio $15- to the Lutheran Children's Bureau. Mrs. Robert Naegeli and Miss Marion Gahn were appointed co-chairmen of. the' life membership committee by Mrs.- Kehrli. Hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Harry IJ. Otto, Biro, Emma Fatzinger, Powell, and Miss Backo. Mrs. Biro was discussion leader of the topic "The Place of the Bible in Everyday Living." Mrs. Martha Powell, Mrs. William Q- Moyer and liss Olive Backo were readers. Mrs. Grace G. St. John Was accompanist for the j hymn singing. hi v I. HI - ? i$$& . ,Ntt,A., !-.r...vsfV& - r1T ' ' n-raw.. .rf?s. ,, 1-, wmmmmmmm0m-imiliSiMi. MRS. PETER A. - Cardonl Portrait KERSHBAUMER JR. Holy Ghost Church,. OlyphantJcousin of the bride, were flower was the scene of the marriage girls and wore orchid net gowns Thursday of Miss Mary Elizabeth and bonnets and carried baskets of Gayzik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.;pompons. Michael Gayzik, 905 Pancoast St., Dickson City, to Peter A. Kersh-baumer Jr., son of Mr. -and Mrs.-PeterA. Kershbaumer, Hazleton. Rev. Emil P. Halady performed the ceremony at 9 A.M. and was assisted by Rev. Louis Bonan. Miss Barbara Glinsky was organist and soloist. Louis A. Kershbaumer was his brother's best man. Ushers were Michael Qyzikand Bernard Gayzik, brothers of the bride, and Virgil Kershbaumer of Metuchen. NJ., brother of the bridegroom. Breakfast, dinner and a reception followed at Spencer's, Dun- in.- j : u more, aner nicn ayi. ami ana. heTfatto ou . gow? of rfenSlKershbaumer left for Miami, Fla, tovaVcS! Hava"a; Cuba bride wear-tulle. It had lace sleeves and a lacejing wh,te faille. Jress' black bodice over bridal satin and a!accessories; &m pmk coat and a tiered handkerchief skirt with a' W of white orchids They train of nylon tulle. Her finger-tip "de at 825 North Lincoln-length veil of illusion fell from a'Ave- ' Juliet cap of lace trimmed withj The bride a graduate of Dickson pearU., She carried white orchids City High School and Empire and pompons. Beauty College, is owner of Mary's Miss Lucy Gayzik, sister of the Beauty - Shop, Dickson City. Mr. bride, wore a purple and orchid net Kershbaumer a graduate of Hazle-strapless gown over purple taffeta. jton High School and the University Rev. Gradylto Address Mothers Club at 'Prep' : Rev. Richards Grady, S.J., direc tor of the University of Scranton' Evening School, will address the Mothers Club $f Scranton Preparatory School at its business-social meeting Wednesday at 8 P.M. in the assembly Iroom of the school. All mothers of Prep students are invited. in- St. A daughter Nov. 30 to Glenn and Sylvia Fowler Rose ngr ant RD 1, Montrose. i A son Nov. 30 to William and Helen Barry Lees, 310 Keyser Ave., Taylor, A son 'Nov. 29 to Dominick and Sara DeAngelo Napolitano, 130 East Elm St., Dunmore. WILL ENTERTAIN CLUB Mrs. Samuel E. Weston, 608 Pres-cott Ave., will entertain the Eliza-bethian Book Club tomorrow at 2 P.M. at home. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill Conrad will read. The first two feature films to be produced in llran came out this year and were received there with enthusiasm, Teheran reports. Wash and wear today! No work at HYDE PARK Laun-Dry-Mar, 1 726 Jackson St A Half-Hour Laundry! SAVE money, time and work.. Your week $ wash in a half-hour. Open Monday and Friday evening: Call 5006 Fri. Sat. 9-9 HOLIDAY DRESSES 5.75 I CSDA!LT l lE Faculty Tea Planned Plans for a faculty tea will be made by the executive committee of Central High School Parent-Teacher Association on Wednesday at 1:30 P.M. in Room 26 of the school. The tea will be Dec.- 17. Mrs. Byron Evans will . preside. The flight of owls is relatively' Mrs. James Connolly, chapeau, will i.oiseless owing to its soft plumage, preside. MRS. FRANK GIBBONS Mrs. Frank Gibbons will preside at an election of officers of the Woman's Auxiliary to Elmhurst Country Club on Saturday at 1 P.M. at the club. The following members of the nominating committee will submit the slate: Mesdames Joseph Kane, Willard Jones, Frank Rodgers and Joseph Comerford. Mrs. Roland Nicholas, entertainment chairman, will have charge of arrangements and will accept reservations. Cards will be played following the meeting. Yule Party Wednesday The annual Christmas party of Lackawanna County, Salon 130, of 8 & 40, American Legion, will be Wednesday at 8 P.M. in Dempsey Memorial Legion Home, 1110 Clay Ave., Dunmore. A shower of clothing and toys for the children of South Moun tain. Pa., Hospital will be con ducted. Partners will exchange gifts. Hostesses for the evening will be Mesdames Eugene Holland. A. J. Mayer and John' OTtourke. v FOR s ; hr is t m a s 1 $20to $30Q j I (Up to 18 Months to. Repay f S : PHONE FIRST FOR I ONE TRIP SERVICE Quaker State Finance Corp. f 4th Floor Miller Bldg. -Across From Strand Theatre tit . SCRANTON PHONE 44614 She wore a matching velvet heart-shaped tiara and carried orchids andpompQns. Mary Ann Gayzik, niece of the bride, and Lucille Hodorovitch, of Miami, is a veteran of World War 2. He is a member of the Reserve Officers Corps of the Army and is employed by the Corps of Engineers', Philadelphia District. PERSONALS Episcopal Women Set Bazaar Tomorrow Eugene D. Casey, 646 Clay Ave., is a surgical patient in Hahnemann Hospital. Mrs. Michael J. O'Neill, 1508 Jef-ferson Ave., Dunmore, is spending some time at Fort Lauderdale,-Fla. The Parish . Guild of Church of i Mrs., Sadie Severe, 607 Olive St., the Epiphany, Glenburn, will con-jis recuperating at Mercy Hospital duct a Christmas bazaar and after surgery. supper tomorrow iiy- the Parish' Mrs. Carmella MasI, 300 Oak St., House. Dunmore, is a surgical patient in Serving will begin at 5 and will 'State Hospital, continue until all are served. Mr nrf Mrs civrfp T. Hpnshall. gy'The bazaar will feature gifts,-520 Madison Ave., spent Thanksgiv- jewelry, . jams and jellies, plants, 1 mg Day witft Mr. arw Mrs. tTanx Society ofj-University Has, Breakfast, Election ine oani Anarea society oi inej University of Scranton had its annual communion breakfast this morning at .10" in Hotel Casey following mass at 9 in the Jesuit Estate, Ridge Row, at which Very Rev. J. Eugene Gallery, S.J., was celebrant. About 50 members of the society attended. At a brief business session. Mrs. Jerome P. Casey was installed as president of the society; Mrs. John F. McLaughlin, vice president; Miss Ann Werner, secretary, and Miss Agnes Kelly, treasurer. Women Deep in Red; Hire Male Manager TOKYO CP) The little woman threw up her hands today and ad mitted she can't handle the purse strings as well as a man. Mrs. Sumie Kawasaki, founder and president of the Women's Live-, lihood Co-operative Association, said the group was so deep ip the red tnere was only one way out; Hire a male business manager. experts forecast longer hair! AIMON MAIM t r ioa i v 1 1 r ii JfLr ST ' 2- ef ImmoI hlanrfaal f J KATttftM I i 1 ' r4witCO.. let' at 522 IACXA.AVL SCRANTON.PA. j H. Lerch, Jackson Hehts, N.Y. Ir. and Mrs. Stewart Sunnesa have -returned by plane to Miami, Fla., fter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Isaacs, 1611 Madison Ave., Dunmore. Attorney and Mrs. Frank M.' Walsh, 1810 Delaware St., Dun- C. F. Savercool. Walter Ward,jmore SP1 ine weexena wun meir Waldo Wright, William Chamber- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and lin. RalDh Smith. Walter Redel.'""- vvimam u uonneii, in Arung- Chartwell Griffin, Robert Connell.i Arthur Cook and Blake Tewks- books, Christmas and correspond ence cards. Hand-woven merchandise, in cluding jewelry, from the missions in North Carolina will be featured, as will Te picnic baskets. -Mrs. Laurence Doud Jr. is general chairman. She will be as sisted by Mesdames John Sellner, bury. Mrs. Russell Shurtleff and Mrs George Lewis are cochairmen for the supper. Assisting them will be Mesdames Charles Hardy, Mil ton Hobbs, James Graham, George Brittain, William Smith and James Thomas. Reservations are not required. To save fuel, Israel has restricted the use of roads by taxis, buses and private cars. ton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones have returned to Wildwood, NJ., after a week's visit with their son find daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J: Jones, 336 14th Ave., who accompanied themto Wildwood. , S. William Ries, a student at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C, spent the Thanksgiving, recess with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. William Ries, 1114 Cornell St., and with bis (Continued on Page 18) GIVE HER THE t GIFT OF A LIFETIME . . . 6UET Complete coarse H home sewla i Yours . txrrs i pgrduM of Mwms- jhAi thiMl bqrt Pr? -5?;4 rihdnclisiityMr emu- Basle tof 7 mm OIILY UBflALTlk COMPLETE A AUOW A NCI EAST RIMS 5frwy aniauivs ojnh flMriM'NMlM (MMdk stMl ct dsjkt iiimud CMtJ a-C M- ladcad by KM jmn tt' SMGBl ipindihlttry A TM Mwk KTH lINOcm HAMVPACTUUMa OOMPAMT - . SIMGER SEVING CENTER 136 N. WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 7-3367

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