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THE SCRANTON TIMES. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 31, 194,9.- Alba E. Corti Wed in South Side Church i v llllllllll I - ; s , - f- - MRS. EMIL T. .HORDESKY Miss Alba Elizabeth Corti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Corti, 627 OUara St, became the bride of Emil T. Hordesky, son of Mrs. Ann Hordesky, 55 Willow Ave., Carbon-dale, and the late Thomas Hordesky, on Monday in St. Francis of Assisi Church, South Scranton. Very Rev. J. Eugene Gallery, SJ., president of the University of Scranton, read the nuptial mass and performed the marriage ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white silk vel-Vet wedding gown featuring a rounded illusion neckline outlined with folds of velvet that formed Tounded bertha that extended lightly over the shoulder. The .bertha "joined the. illusion with a band of seed pearls in a floral and leaf design. Her sleeves were long. also edged with a band of seed pearls. A basque; bodice fitted to a bouffant skirt in a V in. the front and a gently rounded waistline in the back. The gown buttoned down ' the back to the bertha. Her skirt ended in a formal length court train. ; Her three-tiered veil of French illusion was arranged from a juliet cap, also of the illusion. , The cap was adorned with white velvet leaves arranged from the center to the edge of the cap. She carried a white orchid marker on a prayer book. Miss Erma Baracaia, the maid of honor, wore a dark green silk velvet gown, in a style similar to the bride's gown. A rounded green illusion yoke was accented with a velvet bertha that was arranged in folds and extended slightly' over the shoulder forming cap sleeves.' A fitted bodice formed a V in the front and a gently rounded waistline in the back. The skirt was fully gathered. She wore long velvet gauntlets in a matching shade and carried a bouquet of Christmas poinsettias. Michael F. Hordesky, Emporium, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The ' bride's mother wore navy blue crepe dress featuring the side drape, five strand pearl necklace. navy hat with feather trim and a camellia corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a black dress, with rhinestone trimmed yoke, black hat, ostrich plume trim. Her corsage was of white gardenias. ! Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and .Mrs. William J. Weckel, Bing- hamton, N.Y.; Stanley Naumonitz, Newark, NJ.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hordesky, Emporium and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Reback, Rochester, N.Y. The former Miss Corti was hon ored at several prenuptial parties given by: Mrs. John J. Baldi; Misses Erma Baracaia, Vivian Notari, Mes- dames Emile Mellow, Harvey Leal, Joseph Notari, Robert Zimmerman, by her co-workers at the University of Scranton and Mrs. Catherine Tierney, Carbondale. For traveling when the couple left on a wedding trip to New York the bride wore a shaded green velvet suit, white winter California hat with side sweeping feather. Her shoes and bag were black velvet She wore a grey4 persian lamb coat and a white orchid. u raws William Pfeiffer Sr.,. 325 North Garfield Ave., is a surgical patient at State Hospital. Mrs. Janet Thomas, "640 North Washington Ave., is spending the holidays in Trenton. Mrs. Edward P. Lavelle, 607 Harrison Ave., is a surgical patient at Scranton State Hospital. Paul (Ding) Durkin, 1152 Cornell St., a law student at Miami University, will attend the Orange Bowl game at Miami on Monday. Mrs. Emma Spathelf, 955 Elm St., had as her holiday guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Higgins, and family, Newark, NJ.' Donald Rodham, a student at Lehigh University, is spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rodham, 1423 Short Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dawson have returned to Washington, D.C., after visiting Mrs. Dawson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Zam-poin, 1321 Fair St. Mrs. Lydia G. Kennedy, 315 North Irving Ave., has returned from a visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Gibbons, Harrisburg. Miss Kathryn Ann Walsh, a member of the faculty of Georgetown Visitation School, Washington, D.C., is spending the holidays at the home of her mother, Mrs. Virginia Walsh, 335 Palm St. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kenney, 648 North Bromley Ave., have returned from New York where they visited their sons, William J. and John G. Kenney. Mrs. Dorothy Kenney, a daughter, returned to Washington after visiting her brothers. For Your New Year's Party Salted mixed nuts, salted peanuts, green wafers, hard candy, etc. Loose ice cream, 65c per qt. Dunmore Candy Kitchen Happy New Year Adv. D31-U MENU TOCNOSTEKS PASTY Raisin Bnan Salad Peanut Butter Sandwiches Cookies Milk Raisin Banana Salad Ineredients: One-half cup seed less raisins, cup mild grated yel- . low cheese, 1 cup finely cut celery, salt, Y cup mayonnaise, 4 bananas, lemon iuice. lettuce, paprika. Method: Rinse raisins in hot water; drain and chop. Mix with . cheese, celery, a sprinkling of, salt, and mayonnaise. Peel bananas, cut into lengthwise halves and sprinkle with lemon juice. Place 1 or 2 halves cut side up on each lettuce-garnished lalad , plate. Top with raisin mixture and sprinkle very ' lightly with paprika. Makes 4 to 8 serrlnfs, t: " " - Gold Coins Are Linked ToTroYeBoys Found CONSHOHOCKEN (JPi News stories of gold coins found on an abandoned dump atop a cliff in West Conshohocken revived for Mrs. John J. Martino, Easton, memories of a treasure found long ago and thrown away by two carefree boys. Martino told the story yesterday in a letter to Adolph Vivian, 30, Conshohocken. Vivian recently found two $10 gold pieces on the property owned by his father-in-law, Nicholas Sarro. The coins were dated 1881 and 1893. Sarro, at about the same time, found three old silver dollars. Then Vivian's wife, Theresa, found two more dollars. The gold coins were about an inch in diameter, larger than the $10 pieces last minted by the government. Mrs. Martino wrote that her hus band, John, and. his brother had found two bags containing gold coins near the spot when they were children living in West Consho hocken. She said the pair found them in a pile of leaves near the Schuylkill River. The twp youngsters did not know what they were and threw them in all directions. Some went in the river and others were pelted at the cliff that towers above the street. Later. Mrs. Martino wrote, they tried to tell their father about it but he was too tired to listen. At Christmas their father received a $10 gold piece from his employers and they told him the bag they bad found contained coin: like that. The father promptly went to the site, but was unable to find any of the coins the boys had scattered. Mrs. Martino wrote that her hus band always planned to continue the search but never got around to it. She said her husband thought the incident took place about 37 years ago. Gold Star Mothers To Seat Gladys Davis Mrs. Gladys Davis will be installed as president of the Scranton Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, at a banquet at the Elks Club, Wednes day, Jan. 11, at 6:30 l.M. Mrs. Gertrude Warner and Mrs Elizabeth Connors are chairman and cochairman- of arrangements, Mrs. Edna Davis, 303 North Lincoln Ave., is in charge of reservations. The public is invited. YASM1N TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND (U.R) Prince Aly Khan announced today that tha first photographic portraits of Rita Hayworth's baby daughter, Princess Yasmin, will be made tomorrow. Mary E. Harrington Wed foT. A. Tinsley Miss Mary Elizabeth Harrington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Harrington, 519 Delaware St., Olyphant, was married to Thomas A. Tinsley, son of Mr.' and Mrs. David Tinsley, 200 South Valley Ave., Olyphant, this morning at 9 in St. Patrick's Church, Olyphant Rev. John J. Gorman performed the ceremony and read the nuptial mass. . Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dougherty, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, attended the couple. Mrs. Tinsley wore an ice blue two piece suit and a blue hat trimmed with blue nylon veiling. She carried a colonial bouquet of white roses with an orchid center Mrs. Dougherty wore a. Winter white two-piece suit and a navy felt hat trimmed with white nylon veiling. She carried a bouquet ef red roses and baby breath. A breakfast for the immediate family followed at Hotel Jermyn The bride was graduated from St Patrick's High School fend Mercy Hospital School of Nursing. She is engaged in private duty nursing. Mr. Tinsley, a veteran of world War 2, is a graduate of St. Patrick's High School, Olyphant, . the Uni versity of Scranton and is attend ing George Washington Graduate School. He is employed by the Federal Security Administration, Washington. D.C. For going away the bride wore a biege silk dress, muskrat coat and brown accessories. After a wedding trip to New York the couple will reside in Alexandria, Va. Protestants Reject Pope's Unity Appeal PITTSBURGH (INS) Twenty-nine Protestant Church leaders in Pittsburgh answered a Christmas Day plea by Pope Pius with the reply that they "do not propose to bow before dictatorship" to achieve unity in religion. " In their statement, the ministers said the Pontiffs message contained "a clear and definite appeal for Protestants to enter the Roman Catholic Church," but the Protestants "love truth and freedom more" than unity. The Pope had appealed for all religious leaders to unite against the "effrontery with which the united front of militant atheism advances." The Protestant statement, released yesterday, read in part: "The conditions underlying the Roman Catholic invitation to unity . . . demand the absolute surrender of all personal religious freedom and the irrevocable commitment of the soul, in life and in death, to the totalitarian authority of Rome. "It is in Protestant countries where freedom of religion is stressed that communism makes no advances It is in Roman Catho lic countries like Spain and Argentina and Italy and the Province of Quebec that totalitarianism flourishes and freedom is denied." The statement declared that Protestants do "not champion separation and division," but they want "freedom of worship, freedom for both church and state." The Protestant leaders emphasized "they will not permit control of the church by the state or the control of the state by the church." Marriage Licenses Benjamin Thomas, Taylor: Iris Laomy. Dalton. Raymond Ross, Nicholson; June Nichols, Nicholson. Francis Malinchak, Throop; Annie Wohar, Scranton. Engaged to Marry John J. Lachovicz MISS OLCA HARELICK - Mrs. Sarah Harelick, 172 Casper St., Old Forge, announces the engagement of her daughter, Olga, to John J. Lachovicz, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lachovicz, 141 East St., Eynon. Miss Harelick, a graduate of Old Forge High School, is employed .by the Dutchess Underwear Corp., Old Forge. Mr. Lachovicz is a veteran of World War 2 and a graduate of Archbald High School. He is employed by the Roy Stauffer Chevrolet Sales, Inc. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Marjorie Menaker, 605 Clay Ave., entertained at a luncheon at home Wednesday afternoon, honoring two brides-elect, Miss Frimi Alamar, 1721 Linden St., and Miss Sarita Ball, 916 Gibson St. Miss Alamar will be married March 11 to Gerson Apt of Philadelphia. Miss Ball will be wed Jan. 8 to Philip Cutler of Pittston. Guests at the luncheon were: Misses Elaine Barmash, Marjorie Cimmet, Sharon Corr, Jeanne Morris, Millicent Newman, Millicent Poller, Pauline Poplin and Marcia Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. John Grayeski, 3213 Vipond Ave., Minooka, will celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary Tuesday. Mrs. Grayeski is the former Miss Mary Plopa of North Scranton. The couple has two children, Mary Ann and John Jr. Mr. Grayeski, a veteran of World War 2, is employed by the Valverde Co. Snowball Dance Aide Practical SIZES 12: One perfect casual for all-occasion wear! Crisp collar and cuffs high light the bodice, and the skirt's a beauty paneled, pleated, with smart front closing. Pattern T9197 comes in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 3 yards 39-inch; V yard contrast. This easy-to-use pattern gives perfect fit Complete, illustrated Sew Chart shows you every step. Send 30 cents in coins for special handling of this deluxe pattern to Marian Martin, care of The Scranton Times, 366, Pattern De partment, 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Don't miss our Marian Martin Pattern Book! Send 15 cents more for your copy. Smart clothes that you can easily sew at home a Free Pattern is printed in the book a new weskit to wear with your skirts and dreaaesl -Mrs. Mary Lang, 1044 Ravine St., announces the marriage of her granddaughter, Miss Lorraine Lang, to PFC Gerald J. Lahotsky, 118 Bell man St., Throop. The couple was married Monday at 9 A.M. in St. Mary's Church, South Scranton. Msgr. George T. Schmidt, V.G., per formed the ceremony. Mrs. Edward Gallagher, cousin of the bride, and Theodore Lahotsky, brother of the bridegroom, attended the couple. After a reception at the home of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Lahotsky left for New York and Philadelphia. Mrs. Lahotsky was employed by Attorney Samuel Fallk. Private Lahotsky is stationed with the Army in Maryland. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Jones, 1760 Sanderson Ave., will entertain tonight at a New Year's Eve party at home. Seasonal decorations will be used throughout the rooms. The guest list includes: Mr. and Mrs. Rod Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foster, Mr. and Mrs. John Rendle, Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rehrig, Mr. and Mrs. John Elsby, Mr. ands Mrs. Rawle Bower, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Acker, Dr. and Mrs. John, Quinn, Miss Louise Eynon, Willis Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snyder, West Chester; Dr. and Mrs. William P. Jones, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Unley and Mr. and Mrs. Gomer Gaines, Dalton. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Katz, Bronx, N.Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Janice, to Nat Som-mer, son of Mrs. Sarah Sommer, 3256 Birney Ave., Minooka, and the late Samuel Sommer. Miss Katz is a graduate of City College of New York and attended the Art Students' League, New York. She is a fashion artist and advertising employe of the May Department Store, New York. Mr. Sommer, a graduate of Central High School and the University of Scranton, .is attending graduate school at the University of California at Los Angeles. No date has been set for the wedding. The Hood College Club recently entertained students home for the Christmas holidays at dinner at the Deitrick. The following were present: Misses Margery Menaker, Joan Gebhardt, Mary L. Matthews, Jane Campbell, Margaret Yerrick, Barbara Huntley, Jane Jackson, Janet. Clark, Helen Coon, Marion Cleveland and Kathryn Grambs; Mesdames Royce Carter; Harry Mullin and Linton Hazlett. The club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mullin, 601 Madison Ave., on Friday, Jan. 27, at 8:30 P.M. The wedding of Miss Doris Ann Sossong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Sossong, 916 East Elm St., to John L. Matybell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ewanski, 337 East Locust St, took place this morning at 9 in St Marys Assumption Church. Msgr. George T. Schmidt officiated Prof. Francis VanMaanen was organist and Miss Marie Van M tan- en. vocalist , Given la marrUfe by her father, r VI 1 , I Kenneth Reid Weds Joan Marion Nolan l Mr. and Mrs. James F. Nolan 458 Oak St, announce the marriage of their daughter, Joan Marion, to Kenneth Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs Charles Reid, 504 East Lackawanna Ave., Olyphant, on Saturday, uec 17, at 11 A.M. in tne rectory oi . Holy Rosary Church. Rev. William' E. Dunleavy performed tne cere ; mony. The bride wore a dacia brown suit with a matching hat and veiling tied under the chin, green ac cessories and an orcnio corsage. Mrs. Thomas J. Foley and John Hadley, Olyphant attended the! couple. I - Mrs. Foley wore an emerald; green suit, rust hat with green leathers and green veiung uea under the chin, brown accessories, and a corsage of rust pompons. I Following a DreaKiasi tor me, bridal party at the Dippre, the couple left for New York. For traveling the bride wore a black dress, black fitted coat Winter white hat black accessories and an orchid corsage. ' Mrs. Reid was graduated from Holy Rosary High School and is employed by the International Correspondence Schools. Mr. Reid was graduated from Olyphant High School and is em ployed by the Cleland Simpson Co. The couple will reside at 644 East Lackawanna Ave., Olyphant GOP Women Elect Committee.Heads The Independent Republican Women's Club of Lackawanna County elected committee chairmen at its annual Christmas party yesterday at the home of the president, Mrs. W. B. Christine, 604 North Washington Ave. They are: Mrs. Anna M. Krotzer. membership; Mrs. H. A. Benson, sunshine; Miss Helen W. Bryant, educational; Mrs. C. A. Miller, jury drawing; Mrs. William Swales, Mrs J. B. Welles and Mrs. Dora Bidwell. publicity; Mrs. Christine, legislative, and Mrs. C. T. Miller, hostess. Mrs. Swales opened the program with a prayer. Mrs. Ernest Bovard read the poem, "Behind the Sunset" in memory of Mrs. W. B. Layton. Miss Bryant read Henry Van-Dyke's "The First Christmas Tree." Gifts were exchanged and refreshments served. Mary Gilaallon Wed in Holv Rosarv Church " XV ' j, V MRS. tEO McHUCH Miss Mary Grace Gilgallon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gilgallon, 919 Ferdinand St., became the bride of Leo McHugh, son of Mrs. Anna McHugh, 913 Moltke Ave., Wednesday at 9 A.M. in Holy Rosary Church. Rev. M. E. Kilcullen, pastor, officiated. Jean White was vocalist and Mary Louise Devers, organist. The former Miss Gilgallon wore a blue velvet ballerina-length dress, matching hat with wine-colored ostrich tips, wine muff and a white orchid. Miss Louise Rose, the maid of honor, wore a dusty rose dress identical to that of the bride, matching accessories and an orchid. Michael Gilgallon, brother of the bride, was best man. A' breakfast followed in Hotel Jermyn with a reception later. The bride, a graduate of Tech nical High School, was employed by the Scranton Dry Goods Co. ELIZABETH ANN SCHOENIG Miss Elizabeth Ann Schoenig, Tuckahoe, N.Y., is decoration chair man for the annual Secretarial Club Snowball Dance at Marywood College on Friday, Jan. 13, at 9 P.M. in the rotunda of the Arts Building. Miss Schoenig, a senior in the business economics depart ment, is treasurer of the Secre tarial Club. Decoration committee aides fol low: Misses Elizabeth Abel, Pa tricia Slawson, Anne Steel, Anne Glancy, Mary Regan, Janet Ferko, Mune Mullaney and Kathryn Lynch Love Song Doused HOLLISTON, MASS. (U.R) Here's some advice to young lovers when they park beside a romantic moonlit lake make sure the brakes are locked first. A Holliston couple didn't and had the ignominious experience of coasting slowly into Webster Lake. 2 Women Are Freed Of Extortion Charges LOS ANGELES (INS) Helen Keller, 25, and Toni Hughes, 28, Hollywood, went their unfettered way today, cleared of sex extortion charges by a jury which heard among other testimony a wire recording of an afternoon of love. The jury, which included seven women, yesterday acquitted the two of charges brought by Ben Klekner, president of a Hollywood correspondence school. He ac cused the pair of taking him for $9,000 in a love racket. The jury had deliberated three days. Red-haired Miss Keller, who ad mittedly carried on an illicit ro mance with the middle-aged Klek ner for two years, wept with joy when she heard the verdict. Miss Hughes, who was brought back from New York to face trial, re ceived it with stony-faced indifference. Klekner charged that the girls blackmailed him with threats that they would expose his illicit activities unless he paid offT Klekner was not in court when the verdict was returned. He was home recovering from an overdose of sleep pills which he said he mistook for heart medicine. iThe bridegroom, a graduate of Plymouth High School, is employed j in Beauford, S.C., where the cou-I pie will reside after a wedding trip Ito the Poconos. I For going away, the bride wore a beige wool dress, brown acces-jsories, moulton lamb coat and an j orchid corsage. For her daughter's wedding, -Mrs. Gilgallon wore a neon blue dress, gray accessories and a corsage of white chrysanthemums. The bride- 1 groom's mother wore a green dress, black accessories and a white carnation corsage. Out-of-town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White, Mrs. Margaret Rupnaw and daughters. Marguerite and Catherine, Cleveland; Mrs. Philip Polizzi, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gilgallon, Portsmouth, Va.; Miss Peggy Martin, New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sherlock, Utica, N.Y. I Births at Hospitals AT STATE: A son yesterday to Eugene and Susan Luzio La-Chernia, 110 Smith St., Dunmore. AT HAHNEMANN: A daughter to Samuel and Anna Homnick Bruno, 920 Sanderson St., Throop. The Ohev Zedek Synagogue Sisterhood will meet Jan. 7 at 8 P.M. in the vestry rooms. The meeting originally was scheduled for Monday. A planned card party was canceled. LAS VEGAS A survey shows that 80.7 per cent of American adults have played cards at some time. Mercy Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Association will elect officers Tuesday at 8 P.M. in the i nurses home. Miss Catherine Dur- llrin R M will nrosirlp The Zonta Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 P.M. in Hotel Jermyn. ! Mrs. John Meredick will preside. the bride wore a candlelight satin gown with fitted basque bodice. marquisette net yoke trimmed with seeded pearls, high round neck line, long tapering sleeves ending at points over the wrists, finger-tip illusion veil arranged from a halo of orange blossoms and a long cathedrar train. She carried a cascade of white roses centered with a white orchid and tied with maline net. Mrs. Chester Kosin, New York sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a blue slipper satin gown with fitted basque bodice, marquisette yolk, round neckline, dcuble-bustle back and matching hat. She carried a cascade of pink roses tied with maline net Frank Doleski, Moscow, was best man. A breakfast and reception followed at the Dippre. The couple left on a wedding trip to New York City. For goin away, the former Miss Sossong wore a Navy suit, matching accessories, muskrat topper and a white orchid corsage. The couple will reside at 1226 Prospect Ave. The bride is a Central High School graduate and attended Anthracite Business College. She is a member of the Blessed Virgin Sodality of St Mary's Church and is employed as a secretary at the Beverly Dress Shop. Mr. Matybell, a Marine Corps veteran of World War 2, is a graduate of the University of Scranton. He is employed by Eversharp, Inc. Fo her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Sossong wore a Navy blue afternoon dress, matching accessories and a pink rose corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a green dress, matching accessories and a pink rose corsage. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carter, 640 Monroe Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Winifred M. Carter, to Harold A. Doud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doud, darks Green. Miss Carter is a graduate of Wilson College. Mr. Doud Is associated with Kidder Peabodj Co., Philadelphia. Pharmaceutical Group To Attend Luncheon The Ladies Auxiliary to the Lackawanna Pharmaceutical Society will attend the annual luncheon meeting of the Welfare Council at the Chamber of Commerce on Thursday at noon. This parley will take the place of the regular Tuesday meeting of the society. The Lackawanna County League of Women Voters will attend the Welfare meeting, after which they will meet at 3 P.M. Miss Dorothy Book, dean of Boston College Social Work, will speak. Her topic will be "How to Effect Community Betterment Through the Welfare Council." Ceremonies Planned i Ruth and Esther degrees will be conferred on candidates when the Columbus Sisterhood, Dames of Malta, meets Tuesday at 8 P.M. in the Green Ridge Bank Building. Mrs. Leslie Cahoon, queen, will preside. Mrs. Christine Root and Mrs. Barbara Reid are team captains. Plans will be completed for the 23d anniversary dinner at the Deitrick on Saturday, Jan. 14, at 6 P.M. Open Sunday, January 1st MAIN DINING ROOM HOTEL CASEY Coffee Shop at Hotel' Casey Closed Sunday, January 1st Monday, January 2nd Main Dining Room, and Coffee Shop at Hotel Casey Open As Usual Adv. D30-t2 Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Irisn, Wayland, Ky., formerly of Mount Cobb, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Constance M. Irish, to Gilbert P. Morcom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Morcom of Peckville. No data has been set for the wedding. The bridegroom-elect Is a veteran of World War X New Year to you all! 1 CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY . . . Open os usual Tuesday 9:3Q to 5t25 (Shop early in tha day for bastsanrla)

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