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PAGE TEN WEDNESDAY EVENING, Miss Dowdell to Wed Harry L. Dowdell of 50 Cornwal street, announces the engagement of his daughter, Miss Eleanor Theresa Dowdell, to Sgt. Gerald Patrick Kelllher, USA, son of Mrs Anna M. Kelllher of Utica, N. Y. Miss Dowdell, a graduate of Portsmouth schools Is secretary to Harry L. Moore, superintendent of local schools. Sergeant Kelliher has been stationed at Camp Langdon for the past four years. Royal Arcanum Social Rockingham Hotel, Thursday. Jan. 17. For tickets call 3364-or 2423-W. Adv. USSD CARS WANTED GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED MARKET ST. AUTO fr PAWTS 328 Market St. Tel. 2940-W ALL ICE CREAM NOW Eli Berwick 25',. Portsmouth, N. H. ARTHUR'S DINER Opposite Public Library OPEN ALL NIGHT RELIABLE PRESCRIPTIONS PHILBRICK'S PHARMACY The Portsmouth Herald JANUARY 9, 1946 | York Communities Recreation Council Elects Committees The organization temporarily called "York Communities Recreation council," representing 26 ganizations. elected several committees at its initial meeting last week in York Community They are: By-laws, Alfred Connor, house. York Uy-iawo, AUicu \wm*"*, Harbor, Mrs. Marston, Herbert Graham, Cape Neddick: construction and lighting of a skating rink, Mrs. Kenneth Dorr, Kenneth Schroeder, Wallace Sails, Mrs. James Hanson, Mrs. Alice Smith and Thomas Bridges; supervision of skating, Mrs. Sara Dozois, . Miss Eleanor Carville and Alan Andrews. Present at the meeting were Wallace Sails, St. Aspinquid lodge, A.F. A.M_.: Mrs. Earl Goodwin, Fadette chapter. Order of the Eastern Star; Herbert Graham, American Legion;" Mrs. Herman Johnson, King's Daughters of the First Parish "church; Mrs. Clifton Moorehouse, Wesleyan guild of the Methodist church; Mrs. Sara Dozois, TONIGHT Members of the CtvU Air patrol meet at the Plains school from 7 to 9 Boy scout troop 198 meets in the Wentworth Acres community build- Ing from 7 to 9:30 pm. YWCA physical fitness class for business girls and women at the YMCA on Congress street at 7 pm i YWCA physical fitness class at YMCA, 7 pm. : TOMORROW The Admiral Wainwright Navy i Wives club meets at the CISO on j Daniels street all day. ·. Junior Girl Reserves meet In the, | YWCA on State street at 3 pm. ! The girl scout brownies meet at · the Atlantic Heights school at 3.301 PI Boys' basketball in the Wentwor'th , I Acres community building from i to 10:30 pm. Take Fire to Boston, Jan. 9 CAP)--Trolley car motorman M i c h a e l M a h o n e y odist cnurcn; JVLTS. oaaa lyu^^io, , vVhen he discovereo nis veiut Woman's Society of Christian Ser- | unt jerstructure afire, he shut off vice, Methodist church; Mrs. James _ ower signalled another car, i Hanson. Catholic Women, and The-- ! *·_.. ,, '_,,_v, tn a west Roxburv fi SOME OF THE THOUSANDS of U.S. soldiers who assembled, ,,._,, --«·--·. ---city hall January 7, .are shown in a mass protest against slowing down of demobilization. via signal corps radio) JUUlA/lilla" *"* . . brought his fire to the firemen last m when he discovered his vehicle's the and a''pus?rto"a"west Roxbury firehouse. _ _ _ _ _ . , While the passengers continued to high athletic association; John I rea d their evening papers, firemen '·'"-' extinguished the blaze. Loss was Hanson, Catholic Women, and Thomas Bridges. Youth Canteen. Also Kenneth Schroeder, senior I Activities around York ir.arrt-sror\Aeni: Mrs. Philip A. son college in ARTHUR i. 37 Congress St. HEALEY T.I. CLEARANCE SALE I N LADIES'APPAREL DEPARTMENT ON COATS-SUITS-DRESSES and SPORTSWEAR Extraordinary Values GREENLAW'S 60 Third St. Dover, N. H. (Correspondent: Mrs. Philip Marston; 343) Miss WylJJe^Bride Of Harold Kingan Miss Jane Wyllie, daughter, of Mrs. Elsie Keen Wyllie of York; Village, and Harold Kingan, motor machinist's mate 1/c, USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kingan of Isabella, Pa., were recently married at the First Parish church in York Village. A double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. W. H. Millinger. The bride, who wore a floor-length white rayon crepe gown and shoulder- length veil and carried a bouquet of carnations and white gladioli, was attended by her sister, Mrs. Robert Ford as matron of honor. Best man was Pfc. Robert Ford, USA, and ring bearer, Diane Ford. Ushers were Dean Roberts, Kenneth Gilchrest,. Carl Lunt arid Richard Biaisdell. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lunt in York Village. After a visit with the bride's mother, the couple will visit the parents of the bridegroom in Isa! bella, where the bride will live temporarily. The bride, a graduate of York high school in 1943, attended Jack- son college in Medford, Mass. The bridegroom, a graduate of Brownsville high school, attended state teacher's college at California, Pa. He has been in 'years, one year duty overseas. Joint Installation I «^5 * ^TM TM * j ^"* * *TM" * J^ %·*«·? I Schroeder, member of the original · committee and principal of the senior high school; Alan Andrews, athletic association of the junior high school; Alfred Connor, principal of the junior high school; · - -- -- f ^ Miss Eleanor Carville, president of A joint installation program of] the student council of the high Piscataqua grange No. 176 of New- | school: James Millinger, York estimated at $50. mittee is authorized to find the best location in the Village for a skating rink, to ask for permission to use it as an official rink ana equip it with lighting facilities. The by-laws committee will meet _ . - . *. -- « !«.- 0 c,- - ' " "·* * ' ~ " I aUllU^J. L7C11111~0 J.u.~»*.*0~'- , liege at California, lng t; On an{ j Greenland grange of | village Grammar school; Charles n in service four i Greenlani took place recently at; Leavitt, principal of the grammar so ""to"iieL-v/~\ip"a.'constitution. of which was on t the Centra i school in Greenland, i school and a member of the orig- Officers of both organizations j i na ] committee. WALLIS SANDS Attractive Cottage with modern conveniences including town water. Spacious porch. DOUBLE HOUSE Duplex house, six rooms one side, five rooms other side. Modern heating, new roof, large basement with laundry and preserve cellar. Two car garage. One side available for immediate occupancy. Excellent investment for returning Gl. Family illness reason for sale. JOHN H. DeCOURCY Real Estate and Insurance New Hampshire National Bank Building Dedicate Jap Base To Honor N.H. Pilot A field artillery base at Nara, Japan was recently dedicated in honor of First Lt. Clayton L. Mardin, USA who lost his life when his Piper cub plane crashed in the Hawaiian islands last May. Lieutenant Mardin was the husband of the former Miss Hazel M. Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Campbell of 746 Middle road. The dedication of Camp Mardin was the first ceremony of its kind by the 98th division at the home base of the 368th and 369th field artillery battalions, Nara, before the assembled members of both Battalions. A plaque bearing the following inscription was unveiled by Lt. Col. William D. Fergus, camp commander: "In memory of Clayton L. Mardin, first lieutenant, field artillery, USA, 98th infantry division liaison pilot of the 369th field artillery battalion, killed in a plane crash on Oahu, Hawaii on May 4, 1945 while in training for action against the enemy." Lieutenant Mardin, whose home was in Lisbon, received his formal education at New Hampshire State Teachers college, Keene, before entering service in-April, 1942. He received his commission in July, 1943 and attended liaison pilot school at Fort Sill, Okla., after which he was assigned to the 98th infantry division during maneuvers in Tennessee. He served with the 369th field artillery division until the time of his death. were inducted into office by Russell Rolston of Greenland, Pomona deputy, assisted by his suite, Mrs. Ruth Rolston and Mrs. Pauline Hughes as marshals, Mrs. Marjorie Chamberlain as chaplain. Mrs. Ann Hunter of Newington and Mrs. J. S. Sanderson were emblem bearers and Mrs. Leslie Crowell pianist. The retiring master, Mrs. Chamberlain, who has been master of the Greenland grange for the past three years, was.- presented a past master's jewel. Members of the Piscataqua grange who will serve for the corn- Mrs. Donald Mclntire, Farm Bu- erau and Old York Garden club; Mrs. Willis Bard well. Book club; Mrs. Curtice Ricker, Homemaker's club, Mrs. Powers Dunn,. DAR; Howard Martin, Coast Guard auxiliary; Mrs. Kenneth Dorr, Woman's league; Mrs. Harrie Welch, Jr.; York Grange: Edward Parker, sea scouts; Francis Pace, president of ABC Parent-Teacher association; Mrs. Antonio LaPlante. girl scout leader; Mrs. Emma Tuttle, Foursquare Gospel association and Mrs. William Outhouse, member of the original committee. Before the next meeting, which Giovanni Pierluigi de' Palestrina. i the composer, took his name from the town of Palestrina, where he : was organist in the church of San j Agapito. _ __ '· grange wno win BCI vc iui t/n^ wu.*. [ xieiore UJE IICAO jiic^oiiie. TT***^« ing year include master, Clifford j wi ji be ne id at the Community house c^ivj^c,,. r»vprsppr. J. Manning a f 7-3n nm nn .Tarniarv 31. the skat- Spinney; overseer, J, Manning Hoyt; lecturer. Mrs: Maurice Robinson; steward, Stillman 'A. Packard Jr.: assistant steward, Richard Spinney: chaplain, .Mrs. Marion Prior; treasurer, Maurice Robinson; secretary, Mrs. Fred Spinney; gatekeeper, John F. Hoyt; Ceres, Mrs. George A. Garland; Pomona, Miss Frances Morton: Flora, Mrs. William Youns: lady assistant steward, Mrs. Theodore Blood; executive committee for three years, Mrs. Albert E. Hodgdon, and juvenile matron, Mrs. Joseph B. Griffin. New officers-of Greenland grange include master, Mrs. Mary Syphers; overseer, David Caswell; lecturer, Mrs. Margaret Blake'ney; steward, Parker Rolston; assistant steward, Robert Davis; chaplain, Mrs. Lillian Hodges; treasurer, Richard Moody; secretary, Russell Rolston; gatekeeper, Andrew Schools; Ceres, Mrs. Irene Bennett; Pomona, Miss Evelyn Hodges; Flora. Miss Barbara Bennett; lady assistant steward," Miss Ruth Hodges: member of the at 7:30 pm on January 31, the skating . rink committee will approach the selectmen and the water department trustees to see what can be done about repairing the dam at the Lindsay road bridge. The com- RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Jon. 12, at Y.W.C.A. under auspices of Business and Profeiiional Women's Club. Doori opqp et I :30 p. m. Moved to new location next to Wentworth Home Portsmouth Auto Body 338 Pleoiont St. Tel. 2755 Glan, Body and Fender work. Painting, New Taps. Jerry W. Berounsky OUNCE BOTTLE He was 'married a year before he l executive committee for three years, rs. Chamberla-in who also is mat- wpnt nvprspas went overseas. Good News For Home-Makers! C U R T A I N S Are Now Available! Whit« ' R U F F L E D C U R T A I N S · 81 inches long. · 3 inch ruffles. $3.26 pair White and Ecru T A I L O R E D C U R T A I N S · Cotton and Rayon Nets · Printed Ninons $1.98 to $4.98 pair Lace CURTAINS $1.39 and $3.19 COTTAGE SETS 98c to $3.26 KIMBALL'S MILL REMNANT STORE 31 Market St. Portsmouth, N. H. Permanent Civil Service Status for Disabled Vets Permanent civil service status is available to disabled veterans who took federal government jobs during the war if their work has been satisfactory -Dr. Gilbert S. Macvaugh, DAV national employment officer said recently. He pointed out that many veterans do not know of Executive Order No. 9644 of Oct. 19, 1945, and Civil Service Commission Departmental Circular No. 546 of Nov. 13, 1945 which give disabled veterans the right to. permanent civil service status: Disabled vets should request the agency for which they work on war service appointments to take immediate action in placing them on permanent status so that if there are reductions in the number of Mrs. Chamberlain, who also is matron of the Greenland juvenile grange. The program also included a piano solo by Miss Hodges, a grange paper by Mrs. Mary Dearborn, a vocal solo by Mrs. George Garland and a recitation by Mrs. Mary C. Dame. employes they will ferred rating have a pre- College Buys Navy Huts Providence, R. I., Jan. 9 CAP)-The purchase of 31 Quons'et huts from the. navy to house 300 veterans entering Rhode Island State college ' Feb. 10 has been announced by the board of trustees. The huts, of so-called officers' type, will be acquired from the navy supply depot at Davisville, R. I. Production of diamonds in Brazil is about three percent of the world total. Injured When Car Turns Over Twice Stewart J. Walker, 27, of Epping is at Exeter hospital with severe facial lacerations and slight shock as a result of a recent accident in Raymond when his car skidded on the cement highway and turned, over twice. According to state police Walker received a laceration leading from the right eye across the cheek to the lower jaw; laceration of . the ] upper lip and left cheek. The attending physician, Dr. Willard C. Montgomery of Epping, estimated that about 50 stitches were necessary to close the wound. Walker was returning from Manchester, police said, when the car. skidded on a curve on Route 101. The accident was investigated by State Trooper James F. Brown of Epping. Nashua Strike Set for Jan. 21 Nashua, Jan. 9 (AP)--Jan. 21 has been set as the date for a strike authorized by employes of the Johns Manviile plant, members of local. 13012, UMW. A wage agreement is being sought to forestall the strike. CENTS Pepsi-Cola Company, Long /aland Cilv,N. Y. ; Franchised Bottler: Pepsi Cola Co. of Portsmouth, N. H. FOR SALE HAMPTON (Route 1) 1176 Woodbury Avenue Colonial Style Reduced from $11,500 to $10,300. ' New 9 room, modern in every respect, Cape Cod, in form of 2 apartments. Owner's Apt.--5 reomi end glassed-in tun porch, genuine China-bate tile in modern kitchen and bathroom. Long living-room with fireplace. Upsteir's Apt. --4 rooms and modern bath. Income $504. per year. House insulated by Batson Moisture Proof. Holland air- conditioned heater. 2 car garage. This property consists of 2 large lots, one lot vacant and having 111 feet on Route I, in commercial zone. .. $11,000. WENTWORTH STREET (OFF PLEASANT STREET) Overlooking the beautifully landscaped garden of the Wentworth Home and Pond. Six rooms. Hot water heat, bath, elec. Combination garage and shed. Thit is a Colonial Style house having been thoroughly renewed late years. Plumbing and heating installed and all outside walls of the best grade asbestos shingles. Occupied by owner who is vacating within a reasonable time. $3800. Owner Vacating This comparatively new, front deer in the middle. Colonial style house sets in one of the most beautiful tree landscaped lots in Portsmouth. Six rooms with fire-place in. living room, and also extra lavatory and toilet room on 1st floor, recreation basement with fire-ploee; sun deck off rear chamber and ever attached garage. All floors best grade heavy ook. The most modern kitchen and bathroom plumbing. Air conditioned ·oil heating system. Finest of Colonial hardware and alee, system. Metal weather-striped windows and doers. The lot frontage is about 90 ft. and well lawned. Note: Included in this sat* it · Westinghouse electric refrigerator and an electric rang*. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE HARRY I. CASWELL TEL. 169 43 CONGRESS ST. PORTSMOUTH, N. H. anJ fill shop JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Here are just a few of the outstanding values in GIRLS' and BOYS 7 A P P A R E L Sale Price $] 2' 89 GIRLS' SUITS GIRLS' COATS Were $22.98 Were $10.98 $16.98 NOW MILLINERY A Few Slightly Soiled GIRLS'BLOUSES at 1/2 Price GIRLS' HATS -- Sharply reduced Cf\ c $1.98 to $2.98 Values NOW ^V BOYS' COATS Sale Price Were $24.00 *"| 5' 89 BOYS' SKI CAPS Wo °' and p °P |in Were $1.35 reduced to 98° BOYS' PLAID JACKETS Regular $10.98 to $12.98 Values $ 8 .39 Sale Price mmJ Jill "Outfitters To Young America" ANNUAL WINTER CLEARANCE! ENTIRE WINTER STOCK OF FUR COATS, FUR JACKETS, CLOTH COATS, DRESSES, SPORT JACKETS, CASUAL JACKETS, SKIRTS, BLOUSES, SWEATERS AT DRASTIC REDUCTIONS TO CLEAR OUR RACKS! NOTE: NOT ALL SIZES" ·IN ALL GROUPS-- IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO SHOP EARLY FUR COATS! REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE! FUR JACKETS! CLEARANCE! CLOTH COATS! AT CLEARANCE PRICES $18.5O to $71.50 SPORT COAT SIZES 10 TO 20 AND 37 TO 41 FUR-TRIMMED COAT SIZES 12 TO 40 DRESSES! Reg. $8.95 DRESSES Broken sizes 9 to 40 NOW Reg. $10.95 WOMEN'S HALF SIZES 181/2 to 24'/i NOW Reg. $16.95 and $17.95 Small Group Broken Sizes NOW Reg. $20.95 and $21.95 Sizes: 9, 11, 15, 16, 18, 20, 40, 42, NOW $5.99 $6-99 $10" $13.99 JACKETS! Now $6" to $10" for immediate clearance! Tweeds, Hounds-Tooth Checks, and 100% wool casuals. SIZES 12 to 42 SKIRTS! BLOUSES! SWEATERS! at CLEARANCE! ALL SALES FINAL! NO EXCHANGES! SCHWARTZ APPAREL SHOPPE 148 ST*TE STREET

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