The Item of Millburn and Short Hills from Millburn, New Jersey on September 26, 1941 · 10
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The Item of Millburn and Short Hills from Millburn, New Jersey · 10

Millburn, New Jersey
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Friday, September 26, 1941
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Pageio The Millbum & Short Hills ITEM September 26, !y4i j 00000XXX0X0X50000XOOCK . Miss Kay O'Brien, daughter :rn1.Ja.1 Dounani siuris. iney carried of the Howard A. O'Briens of jUTCltll roses and gladioli. Mrs. Lauder- Chestnut street, has returned to the Women's College of the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. South Mountain 7 S NOTES SINEWS Garden Wedding Or THE VEEK By Edith Clifford Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Camarata of Greenwood drive, and their daughters, Connie and Peggy, returned last week from Avon, where they spent the Summer. On Saturday, Connie celebrated her ninth birthday with a luncheon and movie party for children in the fourth grade of the South Mountain School. Attending were: Peggy Hults, Sherrel Trainor, Foy McClel-lan, Joan Dunn, Joan Winter-mut, Jean Smith, Barbara Hills, Marlene Salvatore, Betty Anne Connor and Betty Spauld-ing. Wyoming Mrs. Glenn B. Winner of Ridgewood road, entertained on Wednesday at luncheon and bridge for Mrs. William Skin-', ner, Mrs. A. F. Jackson Jr., of Millburn, Mrs. Robert Surridge and Mrs. Richard Crouch of Summit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Coe of 100 Mountain View road, drove their daughter, Peggy to State College, Pa., where she is a student at Penn State. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pellath and daughters Lois and Carol of Greenwood drive, have returned from a two weeks' visit in Ashland, Pa. Miss Mary Kull of Ashland, was their guest for two weeks' previous to their visit. Richard Pellath has returned from Ashland, where he spent six weeks with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kull. Three weeks at Manasquan, has ended for Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Binder of Walnut avenue. Mrs. M. E. Clausner of South Mountain road, had as her luncheon guest on Wednesday, Mrs. W. F. Arnold of Millburn, Mrs. J. T. Buchanan of Short Hills and Miss Dorothy Crowell of East Orange. Mrs. H. B. Adsit and son Raymond of Mountainview road, drove John to State College, Pa., last week, where he entered Penn State. Ray, left on Tuesday for Cambridge, where he attends M.I.T. Robert L. Stockman of 510 Wyoming avenue is spending two weeks at Lake Waramaug, Conn., the guest of T. Franklin Cannon of East Orange. As long as the weather permits, the Gerhard Wagners of 59 Sagamore road, will spend their week-ends on their 50 ft. -schooner, "Escape," which is anchored at th Manhasset. Bay Yacht Club, Port Wash- ington, L. I. The Wagners have recently concluded a month's cruise to Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard. . Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Wurth Jr., and daughter Gloria, of 378 Wyoming avenue, have returned from Ocean Grove, where they have been since August 1st. They will go to Ocean ' Grove for this weekend. The Hine-Taylor Team of the Woman's Guild of Wyoming-Presbyterian Church, will hold a dessert-bridge at Fellowship Hall, September 29 at 8 P. M. Miss Joyce Shackleton, daughter of the S. P. Shackle-tons of Wyoming avenue, left last week for Danville, Va., where she entered Stratford, Junior College. Everett Catlin, son of the Arthur A. Catlins of Cypress street, is a student at Penn State College, this year. Lester H. Gershenfeld, son of Dr. and Mrs. David B. Gershenfeld of Reeve Circle, who was graduated from Lafayette College, last June, has entered the Medical College of the University of Pennsylvania. ' Miss Harriet Pratt, daughter of the Henry F. "Pratts of Linden street, who spent the Summer in Yellowstone Park, departed on Sunday, for the University of Michigan. Mrs. Ferdinand J. Herpers of Wyoming avenue and her sister, Miss Sophie Stapff of Newark, will return from Atlantic City this week-end, after a two weeks' stay. "At Your Service" BAND BOX ODORLESS Cleaning System No Fading or Shrinking Millburn Cleaners IXCORrORATKD Millburn Ave., Cor. Spring St. Millburn 6-1167 Division of Rlmbuok Sluruge Co. Pricc-Monahan Engagement At a buffet supper on Sunday, for the immediate families, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mulford Price of 47 Chestnut street, announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marie Elizabeth to M. William Mona-han, son of Mrs. Thomas Matthews of Blaine street. Both Miss Price and Mr. Monahan attended Millburn High School. No date has been set for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Hartigan of 527 Wyoming avenue, will give a dinner party on Saturday, in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jachens, who will leave October 1, to make their home in Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Jachens were married May 10 in Chelsea Baptist Church, New York City. Mrs. Jachens, the former, Miss Grace G. Hartigan, was graduated from Mill--burn High School, class of 1940. Her husband graduated from Bloomfield High School and attended Columbia University. Miss Jane Marie Lonergan, daughter of Mrs. Lonergan of 20 Reeve Circle will leave Saturday for Fairmont Junior College, Washington, D. C. . A wedding in the garden of her parents' home, was that on Saturday of Miss Dorothy Virginia Lauderbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram S. Lauderbach of Livingston, when she became, the bride of John Hurley Gilmore Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore of 7 Bodwell terrace. Rev. Edward Dugan of St. Rose of Lima Church, Newark, officiated. Attending the bride as maid Of honor, was vMiss Kathryn Hart of East Orange. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Jeanne Gilmore, was bridesmaid. The best man was Richard Kam-merer of East Orange. The bride appeared in white faille taffeta, made with sweetheart -neckline, train and long sleeves. A draped coronet caught her fingertip illusion veil and she carried white orchids. The attendants were dressed alike in blue taffeta, made with fitten bodices and MODERNIZE YOUR BATHROOM At Our Low Estimate Prices Thos. R. Douglas Co. Kstuhlished 1893 PLUMBING - HEATING SHEET METAL WORK 30.1 Millburn Ave. Millburn 6-0344 Kvenboily read the CluRHlfted ailver-tlHi'int'iitM. Your little ad there, If there Is a market fur what you want to Hell, is mire to bring results. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Summit Announces A FREE. LECTURE ON Christian Sciences Entitled Christian Science: The Understanding of Man's Oneness With God by i Richard J. Davis, C. S. B. Member of the Hoard of Lectureship of The Mother Church The Fiist Church of Christ, Scientist, in Roston, Massachusetts in the Auditorium of The Summit IIih School Sunday Afternoon, Sept. 28, 1911 at 3:30 o'clock The Public is Cordially Invited bach was gowned in two-toned blue crepe and Mrs. Gilmore in saphire blue velvet, both wore roses. Mrs. Gilmore Jr., is a graduate of the College of St. Elizabeth. Her husband, a graduate of Rutgers. The couple are on a Southern trip. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Petrillo of 948 Ridgewood road announced the engagement of their daughter Mary, to Mr. Leonard D'Onofrio of 167 Beech street, Yonkers, N. Y., at a family dinner heM at their home last Sunday. Millburn The Guy R. Bosworth Post No. 140, The American Legion and its auxiliary held an Essex County Joint Installation Tuesday night at the Forest Hill Field Club, in Bloomfield. Mrs. Marie Giffoniello of Millburn and Mr. Cy Perkins of White Oak Ridge, were installed. Be ready for f W. M in clothes that ore Sonitone Dry Cleaned TaRue's Sanitone Dry Let Morey laRuthes fresh, new- looking and readynitone cleans cloth" mentfs otlc ! colors . . . esto"S cleaner... 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