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1 ''r- CI Three January Brides PGH WomanY Aicl Group Re-Elects Mrs. MacGregor itinera; uu Mrs. David MacGregor has'ber of the Society had com- or and about SOCIAL EVENTS pleted dozens of articles such as glove cases, binders and tow been re-elected president of the Woman' Aid Socity of Pater- els. Maud rerguson, reportea that cash donations from son General Hospital. Other officers elected with Mrs.

MacGregof were: Mrs. Monday, January '27, 1958, Tape-10 churches club and Individuals Elizabeth Ellen Quillian Engaged To Dave Sime Dental Auxiliary To Hear Talk By Stock Broker amounted to $1162.21 and 53 pieces of linen. In a report on the Training school committee. Mrs. Edwin Craver reported 16,169 surgical dressings folded at monthly meetings.

Mrs. Thomas J. Probert gave a report on the ward comittee. Mrs. Probert who has been ward committee chairmin for over twenty years, will resign because of ill health.

Mrs. G. V. Greer will take her place as chairman. Edwin Craver, first vice-president; Mrs.

V. Ferdon. second vice-president; Miss Katherlh Ferguson, third vice-president; Mrs. T. R.

Zulich. treasurer and Miss Maud Ferguson, secretary. her annual report. MacGregor referred to the various speakers that were guests of the society. Among them were Miss Elaine R.

Upton, chief dietitiorf of the Paterson General Hospital; Miss R. Sabina Mr. and Mn. C. B.

Quillian of daughter. Elizabeth Ellen, to William Lendman, stock brok fi.ti tint an. rvlfl WTlllm Sim ann nf Mr nounced the engagement of their and Mrs. Charles Sime of ter at he Whitehall Fair Lawn. Auxiliary to th Passair County 1 Miss Quillian, a junior at Denial Society tomorrow eve- MMii.tA' Landis, who is with the Pater The Aid Society nas donated a of Birmingham High School in son Ear and Eye Infirmary, andisum 0f $1987.30 to the hospital.

Hobson Davis, attending 1 Michigan. She is presently ma- Mrs. MacGregor thanked the members for their loyalty to jjoring in secondary education at IDuke, where she has made The pathologist of the Paterson General Hospital. She also mentioned that the Society had folded 7500 surgical dressings. the hospital and expressed her sincere appreciation to the hospital's director.

John F. Crane I IM i Dean's List every, semester. MRS. BERNARD GOLDBERG MRS. JAMES CAMPBELL, JR.

Miss Quillian is secretary of the and to Joseph uamiora ana a report on the children's ward committees, Mrs. GustavelMrs. Edna S. Martindale of the i woman's student government iand also social chairman of A. Giger reported that mem-l Board of Managers MRS.

CE. DEVINE.JR. Edna Mae Wood Becomes Bride Of C.E, Devine The marriage of Miss Edna i Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Miss J. Julian, James Campbell Exchange Votes Miss Jacqueline Marie Julian.

Joan Libowitz, B. A. Goldberg Are Married Miss Joan Lebowitz, daughter 1 St. George Altar Society To Hold Fashion Show EHS Instructor To Give Talk At Mil A- daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

John ran uigii mm 13 nuw a pre-medical student in his senior year at Duke University. He is internationally recognized for his track exploits, holding or of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Leo Mae Wood, daughter of Mr. and nwitr 37? Fast Thirtv-fifth H.

Julian. 646 Prospect St, Glen Mrs. George Harry Wood. 503 tt 3 1 The Rosary Altar Society The Paterson YM-YWHA Young Adult Group will hear Morris'; St George's R. C.

Church will 0f Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius recently was wed to Bernard Rock, and James Joseph Camp-Aar-n Goldberg, son of Mrs. bell, son of Councilman and Louis Goldberg of New York Mrs. James J.

Campbell, 52 Ham-City and the late Mr. Goldberg, Won East Paterson, wera n.LLi Diiiih ffii united in marriage Saturday at '11 a.m. in St. Catherine's R. Waldstein speak on "Science and.hold its annual card party andjDevine, 12 Floyd Bloom at 8 field, took place Saturday at 4 ine Citizen In $58." tonight at fashion show tomorrow! sharing seven world records.

Mr. Sime was a three-sport star at Fair Lawn and also excelled in baseball at Duke. A June 27 wedding is planned in the First Presbyterian Church in Birmingham. 8:30 p.m. p.m.

in the church hall, Michl- i.I Church. The Rev. John F. Buck- p.m. in the Ridgewood Christian Reformed Church.

The Rev. Seymour Van Dyken officiated and Mr. Waldstein, a graduate of gan and Getty Aves. ley, cousin of the bride, perform- 11UU iUlluncu CIV ACiiiiic ijiiiou- uel. I I ELIZABETH Ql'ILLlAV rt th rprpmnnv a reception was held at the Town Eastslde High School, received! The Rev.

Joseph R. Brestcl, 8 and Country Restaurant, Mid- his bachelor of science Degree pastor, is honorary chairman, from Washington Square Col-Mrs. Louis Marzorati is general The bride was attired In a whUej A reception W1S held at satin, princess style gown with Mhw.n an Alencon lace bodice, nA. The bride was attired in a land Park. MRS.

J. L. RUBENSTEIN Organists Guild lege of New York University and' v.itJ The bride was attired in a Guild Of StrLuks UJng at 8. 30 at the Paterson 'his masters degree from Ncwr gown or cnamuiy lace lasnioned his masters degree from Ncwr gown or tnaminy lace lasnionefli ucimtHC anu inn eivo tim: TtrH old Dinned York University Schbor VVCA en veil anu a v.vnu and Science. At present he isiPlayed and gifts awarded to The members of the-Northern A memwr of me firm of Installs Officers lace and nylon UiUe.

LSoTi? Chapel train. Her French lllu- (Junius ihu Jersey Chapter of thei v. vi head of the Science Departmentjhlghest scorers at each table, at Eastiide High School -a Phy- Pla are to bring their sips a nhnr at fc atHatan Mt Ir uauy en-p)iuB, sion veil fell from a pearl en Maid of honor was Miss trt 4.. r-: i. c-i I "'t i't" Miss Ellen Wood, sister of the bride, was maid of honor.

She Aiiuns, wnu was iluicu in inson, and coordinator of the Pat-own cards ore Dior blue velvet dress with int jtiuuiei cnije oi csi. American uuna oi urganjsts win stock Exchange, Mr. Lendman Luke's Evangelical Lutheran entertain their ministers andjis well known in this area as Church recently held installa-: w.jves a dinner 4 7 investment counsellor. He tion of new officers and nomina-T, is currently teaching a course lions for committee chairmen. The ladles of the First Presbyter- The style exhibit will headpiece and carried erson Moonwatch Team.

Mr. Waldstein's speech wijlgiveh through the courtesy of ipale yellow carnations. green dress. George Yazbek was best man. The couple will honeymoon in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

They will reside In Miss Ann Campbell, sister of th bridegroom ws maid of honor. She wore a princess style gown of blue velveteen with matching muff and camellias. Miss Gabrielle Gaibrois, Fay cover The International Geophy- Mrs. Florence Aurea and fea- Bridesmaids were the Misses Those nominated as chairman''8" Churcn oi Clifton will 'pre- as part of the Ridgewood Adult Year atomic and nuclear tur pre.Sprlng showings 0f of the bride deminds. The progress made in and Nancy Jackson, Fair Lawn.

are: Mrs. Henry Bitten, mis- pare and serve Uie meal. The Education Series, and lectures sjonary; Mrs. Charles Laube.j speaker of the evening will beat tne Paterson Public Library ville, L. cousin of the bridt The bride attended Alfred thes fields, the role of i menf in modern science, and the'dition.

a mink stole will be pre- puDUCiiy; ana jonn eisn ut" University and graduated from was the other honor attendant. Smith College. Her husband is (She wore a romance blut gown munity Education Service. roll of the citizen. sented.

Mrs. Robert Umbert. sunshine. from tlie' Hasbrou'ck Heights Topic for the evening, v. as High School, who rccentlv made Hichlight of the business For further information con sMrinat nf University of aunuT.

uj wie nwui ui nonur. They wore gowns identical to that of the honor George Young of Belleville was best Ushers were Clifford Young and Kenneth Wetzel, both of Belleville. The bride's mother was attired in a blue satin dress with white meeting will be the first report "The ennsuan Home ail mem-a trip to the Holy Land. The talk ami.

wiv ii hi iu iivij s.a i ij sic lain Pennsylvania. tact Miss Debbie Braverman at M5 Canger Fair Lawn. i bers were given a copy of "A will be illustrated with color theJund committee Helen Williapis Lauded By TOPS Self-Analysis Chart For The slides which he took during the Mrs. Meyer Becker, co-chair John H. Julian.

brother of the bride, served as best man. Ushers were Brad Sterling. Ewt Paerson, and Carl Hyszczak, Kearny. The mother of the bride wort a mauve satin dress with matching feathered hat and green baby men will report on' the. progress Helen William was queen and wore a corsage of their committee in formu Variety Guild Starts Casting the evening with the most weight lof white roses.

School 7 P-TA Plans Luncheon For Graduates The Parent Teachers Associa lating plans for the third an Home." trip. Refreshments were served by, in April the chapter is prepar-Mrs. John Bitten and Mrs. a seminar to he conducted ry Bitten. The next meeting will by Dr.

Robert Baker in the be Feb. 4 at i7 p.m.: when Church of the Messiah, Paterson. a covered-dish suppr will be It will be an afternoon and early given for the husbands. Jevening meeting. nual fund raising fashion show loss at a recent meeting of the The mother of the bridegroom TOPS (Take off pounds sen-1'? dress over to be held at the Westmont orchids.

The Variety Theater Guild has started its spring proeram by sibly) club. sories and wore a corsage of The groom mother wore a I -1 facials, eye makeup, fad diets pink roses. Xh.v silk tires with luncheon today at H.45 malchinf, fPathered hat and casting for the musical comedy, "Rosalie Runs Riot." 'Edward E. YacoDetta. presi The bride is a graduate and hair grooming were bronze orchids.

Pompton Lakrs High School audi ,1 k.u ,1.. a.m. The bride attended Mount- Ii 1 I 1 2 i ivi vw i 4MMi asv a. dent of the Guild, has announced that there are still parts open for male singer-dancers. Those in ployed by the N.

J. Trust jnd writ in and art The pri- ColBalnore. Ridgewood. An installation dinner will be held April 28. Mrs.

Mary Alexander will be chairman. TOPS meets every Monday at terested in trying out may apply at the YWCA, 185 Carroll tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. The bridegroom Is a graduate of Bloomfield High School and is attending Seton Hall University. mary grades displayed a wide variety of art work including Kary by, Pos mi Dr' puppets, s-hadow boxes, masks E- of Ridgewood. and clay animals.

The upper) The bridegroom is attending grades illustrated art functions-iSeton Hall University. South Or- 8:13 p.m. at the Y. Country Club in March. Raptih Missionary Society To Meet The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church will meet tomorrow at 7:43 p.m.

in the church. Miss Mabell Ellerbrook will be the speaker. Her tonic will be "The Overflowing Cup." Miss Ellerbrook has requested all members to brinq their gift boxes. Mrs, Peter Vamlcr Wen-sel will conduct the business meeting. Mrs.

Walter and Mrs. Peter Vander Wenzcl will be hostesses. ance and is employed by L. Bam He is employed with the N. J.

Bell Telephone Co. and served two years with the U. S. Army. After a wedding trip to Bermuda the couple will reside at BRIDGE CONTRACT By B.

Jay berger and Co. After a one-week trip to tha Poconos. the couple will resida at 117 May Hawthorne. Bee (Taa lacard-NetJer In Mailers' Individual Champlanihia Play) in relation to day by day living. Joseph Sciclzo, president, welcomed the mothers.

Katherine White, principal, spoke briefly on "How Children Work Together In the Classroom." Jean Nifrosi, art teacher, demonstrated how creative ideas are encouraged In todays schools. A fashion show Waa presented, with the 6B. 6A. 7B, and 7A girls FAMOUS HANDS SAVE 20 Grclet Club Plans Installation Dinner The Circlet Club. 144 Washington will hold its installs- The contract was reached on sheer momentum.

A heart waa 21 Carpenter Belleville. The Stars Say By ESTRELLITA Pprtnnal rplatlnnshint are opened and continued, South ruff Edward tinn rlinnrr Sunriav: Feh 5 serving as models West dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH 4KJ5 V1083 AQ1098J A7 Smyk. 7A.

served as master of; the Rrnwn Stone House. 27 ceremonies. The boys and girls. vt Brorfv. of the primary and imermedl- Those desiring to purchase Carpets and furniture professionally cleaned- Our Sunny-Glo) method is Letter, yet costs no more than ordinary professional cleaning at thce low sale prices.

Yout wall to wall carpet and furniture look better, last longer. Use your charge account. ate grades were featured ia tickets for the dinner dance can songs and rhythm and at the Circle Cafe. 144 school band also participated in! Washington or bvl calling iinrliir ertnA mcnant nniu inH WTST 4 10 7 6 A7 EAST i i A i VKJ8MS you will find this a good time in the program. Mrs.

Ida Schmidt. LAmbert 3- Don't Put Off Training For The Future Any longer Enroll February 3 5 Evening Division SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING COMPTOMETRY BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS ENGLISH OFFICE PROCEDURES Alio An tntirtly New IRIEFHAND COURSE Monday and Wtdntsdiy 6:50 9:30 SHERWOOD SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 0624 for reservations. J5 which to seek and bestow favors. In business matters, don't consider that plans you make in the forenoon are final. You are liable to make changes before the day is out.

For the Birthday A 10 8 K8J SOUTH 4AQ982 476S 4S54S Paterson Avenue WSCS ToMeet The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Paterson Avenue Methodist Church will meet tonight at 8. p.m. in the chapel. Miss Mildred Soutar will pre- Mary Walters Guild Meets Tomorrow The Mary Walters Guild will meet tomorrow at 7 30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church.

Mrs. Lee Forster wil be lit SALE 20 OFF Sagging chair bottoms repaired If tomorrow is your birthday. your horoscope holds promise of a most, interesting year. Empha inconvenience. in your home it hout fioutk siue.

sis will be placed upn occupa charge of the devotional serv- A rpnreuntativ nf th YWCA The bidding: West North East 10 1 Pass 2 4 Faas Pass Pble, tional advancement and finan ITS Markot Pitmonl will discuss the activities and, ice. The topic wil be the Amer- cial gain during the next five programs of the organization, lean Baptist campus, munius wiui reuruary una, ti nih Coll MArket 4-2400, Ext. 695 (in Bergen County coll HUbbord 9-9100, Ext. Homo Cleaning, St. Fl.

Balcony. Bamberger's Nework, Paramus, Ploinfield, Morristown nutslanrtlnff Nn fh rpenort 1 rouuwinK a Business mecung, ran, iuiu nufn, mn. nmu .1 1 II' A nIJ 1C ...111 1 inciuim ing. Declarer decided diamonds should be tackled immediately, so he led a low diamond and played the eight from dummy. Without a flicker, Crawford played the four! Encouraged by this apparent stroke of good fortune.

South drew three rounds of trumps and then played another low diamond towards dummy. When West produced the Jack, declarer, on the assumption West had started with K-J-5, finessed the queen. The entire hand suddenly collapsed on declarer when Crawford won with the king and four club tricks were snatched by the defense. Down three 500 points. Had declarer gone up with tha ace on tha second diamond lead, he would have acored eleven tricks.

It was obvious to Crawford from the time dummy came down that declarer would make four spades doubled If left to his own devices. Crawford knew he might lose a trick by refusing the first diamond lead, but the potential 100-point loss was insignificant compared to the possible gain of 1,090 points which would accrue if the British declarer misjudged the situation. At tha other table, tha final contract was five spades doubled. Tha king of diamonds waa taken at the first opportunity and declarer went down one. The American team gained 400 points oa the deal a MUlberry 4-4242 "An Vnviuol School Dirtctei By Professional Business ducaton." Approved for Vtlirwii mnd Fri9n StudwiH Ijtnr In var it nv Will DC SOCiai penoa IflUinwu Iliu iui.

i I uic iu Later in tne year.i it wouia pay ((- I.o.. wimih you to consolidate all gains.l v---: since the stars will not be quite SPRING BRIDES so propitious in these respects. Be especially careful of money matters in November when carelessness or over-expansion could lead to serious losses. Opening lead ace of hearts. In 1948, ah American foursome consisting of John R.

Crawford, George Rapee, Peter Leventritt ami Sam Stayman went to London to play an invitation match of 192 deals against an aggreg tlon of British experts. The British cut it pretty line, winning by exactly 30 points. Both Crawford and Rapee are on the American teamAof six now playing at Laka Como against Italy and Argentina for the world championship. utcli Retail Meats You many encounter some Argyle confusing situations in personal relationships, so be especially 440448 Easl Railway Ava. 'Palerton tactful in dealings with both family and friends especially STariTiTjfl ot Former's MorketMU 4426 Plenty Parking Spoet RETAIL MEAT AT WHOLESALE PRICES Caterers during July and August For the single, late June should prove excellent for romance and marriage.

Look for some excellent news In a property matter late In the deal shown, Crawford (East) made a fine defensive play which Succeeded in defeating de GIVE YOUR PURSE A TREAT-BUY DID DUTCH HEAT.I clarer 800 points. The British de Distinctive Catering for All Occasions BUFFETS WEDDINGS BANQUETS OPPOSITE NEW clarer could have madt four ON R. in September. A child born on this day will be endowed with a gregarious nature and great wit. 1M, Kim F'lur SyndlMt.

Int. STORE HOURS: mon, am. to tu. 7 A.M. TO P.M.-SAT.

7 A.M. TO P.M. apadea doubled. side COUNTY OLD G. A Vl Wtiire Syndicate.

Inc. YOUR HALL OR OUR BALLROOM MAINE Modern Marriage Cotering To Meet Your Every Need PHONE 6. W. LEITCH ll CAitNt HA 7-7524 Is There A "Good" Reason For Divorce? By DR. PAUL POPENOI I MM 4-2177 TRIMMED JUICY cry CN There are two reasons for opinion? I tell you how In this have you tried any other way of every divorce.

One of them is column; but if you prefer not a 1 i with differences of TnnJ WAAnAH ilia tha i lka a ftuuu scaauu lire uwici ruuw iiuw, men we ve come Urt 10. Dlail Intelligently for thai fM 1 fAn rrtn 1 Ik naol PAnl I BLOIIw SUA! If vou don't HFC solves 2 mUlion money problems a year More neoDle borrnw know a trustworthy counselor. i nave prooaDty a as 1 same many of the "good as I married!" Sounds like a write me in care of this newspaper and I'll try to suggest anyone else has. At the Ameri kudu reason, uoesn i aux. ol course he never was the man can Institute of Family Rela one in your own neighborhood you married: and you aren't inn't nt a.

k. tlons in Los Angeles, of which i am airecior, we give more majjieu. Are you, C8U5e you have figured out "a than 15,000 personal consulta-Somg to base a marriage on K00(i reason' to do so. and vou are? It won't be hard Hons flcn year from HFC than any other conaumer finance company. Reason: HFC has an 80-year epatation for helpful thousands of letters from peo 10 ao mat, in most instances.

Or, are you going to break up QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q. We're supposed to be getting better acquainted with each ple -Who have problems of var mix kind anri want hp In Rut toe marriage because of what I viUWlAl I other during our engagement. there isn't ereat rfpal nf va.iyou are not? If so. the real rea DELICIOUS TENDER BONELESS CHUCK ROAST HALF OR WHOLE LOIN PORK MILK FED VEAL ROAST klW adviee on money man riety among these thousands of 80n isn't very creditable to you. "enndi reasons I ran hnil thpm 5.

We can't agree about the out it a largely formal. A. Sociologist Manfred Kuhn suggests that betrothed couples down! to these five most fre-, children." A very good reason, agement and prompt, friendly service nn "should engage in activities quent popular op.niona panicu l. i 1 i. H.VitnU I 1tOciiir loana, You can brirrow 1 "We haven't anvthinff in pious leason Ior oreawng' "nii discs l- naven i anyming (hB hnm I'll one kind nr an hv ihe nome' But bet thSjone kind or another." so they common'" A good reason Of the couldeasih get children cn'1 bout expos their basic trails, nXrtha.

incLt ro5d can profit Krgw any food crisesT j. UodtrnnwMttertietbaektd UP 4500 WC terms you choom. LEAN TENDER thv winlml in- Knf (hi Hnn't unit cuukauuu vu hub uu- -y want TSe e'al reason atW it is not hard to 'et. cho ogy. My old professor.

R. G. I However, if you're merely described psycho-wr badly mated, scx-jng foran excuse to break up7- "the fashionable acien-ually! A good reason for a th hnm'. nv. frami h.

r- OUSEHOLD FINANCE 7 divorce-r-unless you really want mricd to have your own wyj A. Forty years ago there was PI ai'i? 0 marriage, in then the real reason is madeiio popular gag to the effect i i Vvii respectable by hiding' it tnat psycnoiogy merely means saying things that everybody a cnuas sKjrts. FATERSONi 111 Bllwn IxchojjJIdJrJ 2-3229 wjnur JUi-A-aiftooPhaBw Otagary W1A0 TASTY TENDER FROZEN VEAt: CUTLET newspaper" (rncloslng a stamped. Before you offer any one self-addressed envelope) and I'll these or similar reasons for send you particulars This is; breaking up your home, 'get usually one of the easiest prob-1 some disinterested and experi-lems to soe, if husband and eneed person to hejp you anal-wife really want to solve it. If yze the situation and see what aireaay Knows but saying them in words that nobody can If psychology is any good, it ought to correspond with common sense and every- Hatf vhcprvBilnn vrv 171-173 Moia St, Cor.

Aoov. Whilj honat HUbkarrf 1 uie, mwui wain iw men jruu your real reason iav Maybe itl reader to use ws own judg have the real reason YOUR PATROHAGE IS APPRECIATED FASSAIC 634 Mol Ave, Cor. WoiWng.o var Woolworih'a Phena; CRagory 3-0400 rlt mr. apft trtiimi imnlnrt uhIU i Mt a mother fixation', or failure tr ment, but to base "that judgment on facts. (Copyright Joha T.

Dill 3. "Wevire quarreling all the time." Good enough 'reason but grow, up emotionally; or matrimonial monotony based on ail.

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