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I\fcW UASILE, PA., NEWS, MUNUAÏ, JUNE 5, 1939. THREE MOLLIE WOLFE WEDS BEAVER FALLS MAN LOVELY TEA REVEALS ARMSTRONGS VISITING BARTLETT-CRISS DATE AT JOHN HARVARD HOME Da mi v appoint menus and flowers In even nook and corner of the home of Mrs. Everette Burl Bartlett, 520 East Moody avenue, pro- i vided a delightful spring setting for j the tea she gave Saturday afternoon, | as a medium of making known to a host of friends numbering upwards oi eighty-five, the approaching wedding date of her daughter, Miss Charlotte Elizabeth Bartlett. Mrs A. H. Bartlett of East Aurora, N. Y., was in the receiving line with the hostess and honored guest Miss Bartlett will become the bride of Charles William Criss of Beaver Falls, on Tuesday, July 11, the news being cleverly revealed in miniature scrolls tied with tiny pink and blue bows oi ribbon. These were passed In a basket by Masters David and Johnathan Bartlett, grandsons of the hostess. ThO'P who shared honors in pouring during the tea hours from 3 until 6, were Mrs. Frank C. Rex and Mrs. Alexander M. Hughes of Pittsburgh, Mrs. David S. Kennedy of New' Wiimington and Mrs. Robert E. Hoose of this city. Pink and white tones predominated throughout in the refreshments and table. Aifes were Jane Rex of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Joseph Hughes of Aliquippa, Janet Brenneman, Kathryn Boston, Margaret Fischer, Mettic Round, Evelyn Swanson. Mary Adams, Mrs. C. R. Balph, Miss Isabelle Balph and Mrs. Frank Fischer. SECTION ONE TO MEET WEDNESDAY Section One. of the First Christian church, will have their regular one o'clock luncheon, and business meeting in the afternoon, on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. H. L. Stewart, Kurtz Place. In the morning, from 9 until 12 o’clock, the Section will sew at the Jameson Memorial hospital. It is anticipated that a large number will paricipate in the sewing session. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Newton Armstrong of New York City, she being better known as Sue Harvard, vocal caloi:t of renown, are visiting the latter’« father, John Harvard, and sisters, the Misses Mary and Elizabeth Harvard of Euclid avenue. Mrs. Armstrong, who has been here several days, was joined by her husband on Sunday. Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, pastor of the Maible Collegiate church on Fifth avenue, New York City, also arrived in this locality this morning. He will give the commencement address at Westminster today. Mrs. Peale, who has been visiting in Detroit, w.ll join Dr. Peale today at New Wilmington, and from there they will be guests at the DeForrest ; in Sharon Tuesday, Dr. and Mrs. Peale will be entertained at the Harvard residence here. Dr. and Mrs. Peale and Mr. Armstrong will leave Tuesday evening however, for New’ York City, and Mrs. Armstrong will remain here until the end of the w’eek. Mrs. Armstrong is soloist of Dr. Peales church in New York. TELEPHONE OPERATORS HONOR RECENT BRIDE An impressive wedding service took place in the Tifereth Israel synagogue Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, uniting Miss Mollie Wolfe and Meyer Wolfson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfe, of Long avenue, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolfson, of Beaver Falls. Mrs. Wolfson wore a sheer gown of w’hite voile with matching real lace and a shoulder length veil. She carried calla lillies. Miss Marion Ginsburg w’as maid of honor and Miss Irene Greenberg was the bride’s maid. They wore toe length dresses of pink with contrasting blue hues and carried red roses. Sam Wolfson served his brother as best man. Ushering was Morton Rapport, of Pittsburgh. Rabbi Morducai Simckes. Rabbi Cecil Shenson and Rabbi Gilbert A. E1 e f a n t officiated. Appropriate music was furnished by Frank Stefford and Estelle Waldman. Miss Sarah Elefant, soloist, sang “Kash- niri.” , Supplementing the ceremony the | wedding party and guests number' ing 300 motored to Wolfe’s hall at | Bessemer for a supper party and reception. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfson departed later on a trip to Atlantic City and New York. Upon their return in two weeks they will reside in their ! newly furnished apartment at 16 I East Long avenue. They received a large collection of beautiful w’edding ! gifts. The bride, a graduate of New 1 Castle high in June. ’37, has been ; employed at Wolfe’s market here. I Mr. Wolfson attended Beaver FaUs high and is affiliated with the National Pants Co. Guests attended from Youngstown. Pittsburgh, Cleveland. O., Ellwood City and Beaver Falls. VIRGIL WETTICH TO WED LAKEWOOD MAN Club Calendar For Week Tuesday T. F. H., Ida Alexander, Harrison street. Poetry’ Group, library’. Junior Reading Circle, picnic. Art. Mrs. Raymond Horchler, East Brook o. G. Card. Mrs. Homer Measel, Beckfcrd street. Northwestern, Evelyn McGrath, Euclid avenue. Jollikousins, Mrs. Ralph Eakin, Court street. G. G’s., Mrs. Ethel Patterson, Park avenue. 1932, Mrs. C. M. Pugh, Sheridan avenue. Re-Delta-Deck, Pauline McElhatten, Beckford street. T. L. T. kensington, Mrs. E. A. Horchler, Matilda avenue. W. B. B., Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Boalick. R. D. 5. New Castle. T. O. T., Mrs. Martha Rick, Round street. Little, Mrs. Robert Vaughn, hostess. T. H. E., Mrs. Albert Anderson, Clayton street. Amity. Mary Bullano, Home street. La Folia Allegra, Betty DeCarbo, Maitland street. Friendly Clique, theatre party. S. and C., Mrs. Estella Parady, North Liberty street. P. S., Mary Cwynar, Wilson avenue. B. C. N. U., Emma Montanary, Adams street. Meetemall, Leah Bird, hostess at Castle ton. Mrs. De Wayne Gibson, nee Dorothy Moore, a recent bride, was feted at a courtesy shower on a re(cent evening when the Bell Telephone operators assembled in the Telephone building in her honor. The honoree received an array of j useful and miscellaneous electrical and linen gifts. Contest winners were Mrs. Betty Lou Stiritz. Mary Patterson and ! Anne Gallaher. The door prize was captufed by Eieanor Wray. ; Tasty refreshments were served. * climaxing another social success Those on the committee wrere Lenora Coates, Reta Elliott, Thelma Clare, Anna Mae Rivor, Eleanor j "Honey'’ Campbell and Vivian Elam. SNACK SHOP DELICATESSEN 16 S. Mercer Leslie Hotel Bldg. Open Evenings and Sundays New Castle’s Only Delicatessen Selling Ready Cooked Fooda PORK or BEEF PIES... ea. 20c BUY when it’s too hot to prepare food at home, food already cooked. Just heat and eat. Let us supply food for your picnic. Other Varieties of Cooked Foods, Lunch Meats, Pastry, Salads, etc. As a means of announcing the engagement of her sister, Miss Virgil Wettich, Mrs. R. A. Hamilton, Fairmont avenue, entertained at a dessert-bridge Saturday afternoon. Twenty-four guests shared the festivities. Bridge claimed attention with the prizes going to Mrs. William Neely I of Ben Avon, and Mrs. Alfred ! Owens. The galloping prize was re- i ceived by Mrs. Thomas Uber. The engagement news was con- I cealed in small pink rose buds on I scrolls hidden in the centers. Spring flowers were used in decorating. Miss Wettich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wettich. 502 West Clavton street, wall become the bride of Charles F. Negele. of Lakewood, O.. on August 19. He is the son of Mrs. Jeannette F. Negele, Lakewood. Guests were present from the Pittsburgh district and Cleveland. MABEL KOCHER IS GRADUATING TODAY CLAFFEY’S Permanent Wave Specials A V^Se£v'% Miss Mabel Kocher. of Maryland avenue, this city, and Miss Helen McClelland, of Mercer, are among the students being graduated from the Library Department of Carnegie Tech at the commencement exercises being held today in Syria Mosque. Both Miss Kocher and Miss McClelland are graduates of Westminster College. Mahoning Valley Garden Members of the Mahoning Valley Garden club will meet in the home of Mrs. Belle McCombs, Covert Station road, Thursday evening. ALL WAVES COMPLETE With Shampoo, Fingerwave and Trim SALE ALL THIS _ _ <ASL . : ntV Self Setting Croquignole Wave $ Complete Appointment Not Necessary Machineless Permanent W aves % Vanitv Fair Individual Wave . Soothing, cooling relief for tired, burning, irritated feet. Stainless, anow-white. Try It. PENETRO Wednesday B. N. W., Mrs. George Hawk, Englewood avenue. Y. O. A., Mrs. J. A. Porte, Laurel boulevard. Quilt Top. Mrs. A. N. Pilshaw. West Washington street exteasicn. 1907, Mrs. Mary Geddes, Huron avenue. Marsing, Mrs. Homer Miles, Cunningham avenue. Modernistic, Mrs. Fred Wettich, hostess. W. W. T., Mrs. Agnes Lorenz, Park avenue. Kappa-Chi-O, Catherine Genkinger. New Wilmington road. Jedema. Mrs. Phyllis Culbertson. Shaw street. O. N. T., Mrs. James McCord, Mt. Jackson; 12:30 p. m. G. K. W., Mrs. Anna Hunter, Ellwood City. Stitch-A-Bit, Mrs. Frank Hamilton. Warren avenue, N. C. T., Mrs. Albert Jones. Cunningham avenue. G. F. W., Mrs. Robert Gorst, Jr.. Harbor stree*. Good Times, Mrs. James Finnegan. Scott street. 1935, Mrs. Edith Hilliard, Sheridan avenue. Friendship, Mrs. Alex Veri, Laurel avenue. Jolly Half Dozen. Mrs. Harry Kennedy. Waldo street. ’ Modern 8, Mrs. James Gaione. Maryland avenue. G. N., Mrs. Paul Lombardo. Harrison street. D. D. Q., Mrs. Angelo Filigenzi, j hast ess. G. O. F. theatre party. | Pandcras. Mrs. Anthony Croach. Harrison street. A11-Together. Mrs. Pasqulaine Donofrio, rear Lutton street Our Gang. Clara Ferrazzano, McClain avenue. G. F., Mrs. Florence Caruso. Reynolds street. N. S., Mrs. Josephine Colella, High strw* t R. W. A., Louise Toscano, Harrison street. Happy Group. Margaret Bordonaro. South Mill street. Men’s Garden, Lindner Studio, East Washington street. New’ Castle Hospital Emergency, Mrs. P. Capitola and Mrs. R. Campbell. hostesses Jameson Memorial hospital, sewing. 9 to 12 noon; Section One, First Christian church, hostesses. Thursday 1926 Ki-Nu. Mrs. Margaret Clark. Huron avenue.* Oakwood Garden. Mrs. B. E. Taylor. Elizabeth Taylcr. Oakwood avenue. M. N. O., Mrs. Rase Magee, Haus avenue. Jolly Twelve, Mrs. D. T. Andrews Round street. Thursday Afternoon Bridge, Mrs. John Morrissey, Miller avenue. S. A. W., dinner-theatre party. Reunited Ladies League, Mrs. Bet­ sy Straight, hostess, at home of Mrs. Anna Martin, Neshannock avenue. Break-Away, Mrs. Allen Allsopp, Sennett street. Playemall, Mrs. June Wagner, Ray street. M. M., Mrs. Charles Morgan, Huron avenue. L. A. B., Mrs. Paul McClimans, Park avenue. Sin-Mar Bridge, Mrs. Harry Alford, Mccdy avenue. G. T., Mrs. Stella Rogan, West North street. Sawalla, Mrs. Harry Shaffer, Highland avenue. Modernaires, Julia and Elizabeth Terranova, Pollock avenue. D. D. D., Thomasina Armond, Williams street. M. L, Mrs. Jasoph Padavano, Division street. Semper Fidclls, Mrs. Fran Fazzone. Delaware avenue. Young Matrons, Mrs. Clara Cangey, West Clayton street. Ritz, Mrs. A. DePalmo, Morton street. Amerita. Mrs. Andrew Nocera, Lutton street. Bar X, Josephine Fonzcne, Home street. O. T. I.. Mrs. Rocco Pagley, Jr, Home street. Sew-A-Bit, Mrs. Phil Conti, Harrison street. Fidelity Companions, Mrs. James Russo, Agnew street. Blue Ribbon, Marie Morelli, Tay­ lcr street. Mahoning Valley Garden, Mrs. Belle McCombs, Covert Station road. H. P., Phil Granato, Ellwood-New Castle road. T. N. C, Dorothy Thompson, Marshall avenue. S2.95 S5.00 riiircEii'f beaut LLflrrET 1< hoppe 12 East Washington St. New Castle 9181 JluAAy! ctluWUf! — there's still time to Wia i Prize in the N«tioMl Child Jnltnre Contest! We don’t want to sec you “miss our” on that interesting Child Culture Contest sponsored bv W. W. Kimball Co., Manufacturers of Fine Pianos and Pipe Organs, Chicago, now celebrating their Eighty-second Anniversary. Your time for entering is getting mighty short. All you have to do is write a simple, natural letter of 50 words or less—and you have a real chance to win one #f the Kimball Pianos that are being given away as prizes, or one of the many Cash Prizes. The rales are simple; the Contest is really easv—and you can get all of the facts from your free copy of the Contest Circular we will give you when you call. But come in soon. The Kimball Child Culture Contest absolutely closes on midnight, June nth, 19^9 and all entries must be in the hands of the Contest Manager by that time. This is tht last call! FLEMING MUSIC STORE 110 NORTH MILL STREET. C.ab and Carry ICE Bay and Bight Servie» Maxwell & Gibson 416 S. Mill St. Friday Spoon, Mrs. E. U. Beadel, Rhodes place; 1 p. m. Friendly 500. Mrs. Anna Marchette. Spruce street. O. E. A., Mrs. W. H. Tanney, Walmo. P. F. F., Mrs. William Gilboy, West Grant street. S. E., Mrs. Mary Henry, Ellwood City. Wavocabuno, Mr. and Mrs. David Young. North Mill street. W. C., Mrs. Charles Clark, Round street. Hi-Lo Bridge, Mrs. Milton Reibe”, Mocdy avenue. Jolly 1929, Mrs. William Mulcahy, East Leasure avenue. Merribee kensington, Mrs. Bessie Dulrock, Croton avenue. F. S. C., Katherine Rogers, West Washington street. Continental, dinner party, New Wilmington. Saturday Theta-Nu, Mrs. Thomas Aiken, Mrs. Genevie;e Johns, ha^tesses. ZIEGLER-McNICKLE MARRIAGE SATURDAY Saiurday another pretty wedding ceremony took place in the Third United Presbyterian church at four o'clock, when Miss Edith May Zeiglar. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Ziegler, Warren avenue, became the bride of Arthur McNickle, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McNickle, Huron avenue. The vows were exchanged in the presence of the immediate families of the couple, with the Rev. Chester T. R. Yeates, pastor, officiating. The single ring service was used. For her wedding the bride was attired in a sky blue crepe dress, street length, with white accompaniments. Her shoulder corsage was of snadragons, forget-me-nots and yellow daisies. Miss Reba Sines, as her only attendant, wore a dusty pink street length ensemble and white accessories. Her shoulder bouquet harmonized. Jack Black of this city served as best man. After a short congratulatory period in the church a wedding supper was served at the bride's home, with places marking for 30. Mr. and Mrs. McNickle left later on a short trip, and upon returning will be “at home” to friends at 1401 East Washington street, in their newly furnished apartment. She is a graduate of the local high school and also of New’ Castle Business college and has been employed in the offices of the Shenango Works of the Carnegie-Illinois Steel corporation. He, a graduate of New Castle high, Is associated in the painting business with his uncle, Charles McNickle. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ziegler and Elaine, of McKeesport; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ziegler of McKeesport, grandmother of the bride. Siroussilirshb ergs BATHING SLIPPERS 75c and 1.00 BEACH STROLLERS 1.50 to 1.98 U. S RUBBER CAPS 29c to 75c CHENILLE BEACH ROBES AND CAPES .........................................................1.98 to 5.95 READY FOR THE SUN READY FOR THE SEA Sun and Surf Togs Swim suits are gay as a May Festival this year! I here arc lush new colors — and lovely new fabrics that mould t e figure, hold It in slim lines and smooth curves. We re: prepared to help you enjoy I he best summer ever and you a glorious figure on the beach! JANTZENS — Figure-moulding, curve- controlling Jantzens — in glorious new glamour fabrics that give torso and hips a slim* smooth line, jantzens occupy *he spotlight at smart, beaches everywhere! * 4.95 to 7.95 BRADLEY SWIM SUITS — Elastic yarns plus ingenius stitches give two - way stretch — clever new styling and superb fit make them devastating!)' feminine. Wear a Bradley and be in perfect form! ............................... 3.95 to 5.95 NOVELTY SWIM SUITS — Sleek rayon satin lastex, flattering puckerettes, and wool and lastex — styled with all the charm of their high priced cousins .............. ......................................................2.98 and 3.98 GANTNER SWIM TRUNKS — Men of action appreciate the smooth fit of Gantner trunks. All tvool, and rayon and las­ tex fabrics ............................................................ 1*95 FOR LITTLE BROTHER: RAYON LASTEX TRUNKS — Blue, Black, White, Red. 2-4-6........................ 1.00 ZEPHYR WOOL SWIM SUITS — Solid trunks with fancy tops. Navy, red, aqua combinations. 2-4-6.................................... 1.00 FOR LITTLE SISTER: ONE-PIECE PUCKERETTES — Of cotton print or rayon satin lastex. Blue, yellow, white. 2 to 6 ...................................... 1.98 RAYON LASTEX SWIM SUITS — Cotton lined. Yellow, white, aqua, navy. 1-2-3 .................................................................1.98 FOR BIG SISTER: HALTER AND TRUNK SWIM SUIT of sleek rayon satin lastex ............................ 2.98 1-PC. PRINTED PUCKERETTES 2.98 1-PC. RAYON LASTEX SWIM SUITS— Solid colors— 1.98— Prints ..... .2.98 Big Sister Suits are available in sizes 10 to 16. In Aqua. Maize, Royal Blue, White and colored prints. I Suiiday June 18th is Father's Day LOCAL COUPLES ATTEND “HOUSEWARMING” PARTY Mr and Mrs. Wayne M. Snyder, | of Garfield avenue. Mr. and Mrs. T. j A. McCurdv. of Milton street, Mr. ! and Mrs. Clarence Smock of Smithfield street and Mr. and Mrs Walter Brown of Pittsburgh, attended a deligntful “housewarming“ party at Columbus, O, during the week, end. The couples were guests of Mr. j and Mrs. James W. Snyder, a recent, bride and groom, of that city, at j their new’ home in Olentangy Village. The marriage services were given in Columbus, O.. on Saturday, after which the couple entertained in their new home. Mrs Snyder is the former Estella Twar of Cleveland, O. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Snyder, of Bell avenue, and was a former resident here. Bride Honored -Miss Eleanor McFall of Walmo. opened her home to friends on a recent evening to honor Mrs. Ralph Leonard, nee Mary Elizabeth McClain, a bride of recent date. Music and bridge were enjoyed with prizes going to the Misses Wimfied Hickling and Erma Swanton. Lunch was served by the hostess at a prettily appointed table. A pink and green color scheme was used. Aiding in serving was the hostess mother, Mrs. J. A. McFall. Mrs. Leonard received many beautiful and useful gifts for her new* home. I. V. D. Class Meeting of the I. V. D. class of the First Christian church will be held Thursday evening, at the home of Miss I ret t a V. Dart. East Washington street. Mrs. Eugene Johnson will be co-hostess. DINNER PARTY HONORS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Rev and Mrs. Andrew J. Koonce proved pleasing hosts Saturday evening when they received guests in their home at Enon Valley at a dinner party. The event honored the 26th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Butler, of Court street. They were served at a prettily arranged table and afterwards an informal social period was enjoyed. Mrs. Emalie Kalajainen aided. Grand Army Ladies Ladies of the Grand Army. George McCracken Circle. No. 168, will meet in the Modern Woodmen Hall for a tureen dinner on Tuesday at noon. At two o'clock, they will have a card and bingo party. The regular business meeting will also take place. »PEB ITI1Y EVBHTBO1 Regular $5 Nationally Advertised Eugene—N estle Duart—Frederic PERMANENTS The greatest bargain ever offered in New Castle This is your chance to have a really fine permanent wave and curls in a flat- SA 7& tering .personal- " M* 1 ity style ................ No Lustre Oil Wave. .SI LOUIS P»rman»nt Wav» Shop. Take Elevator to 2nd Floor. 923 lawitnce *av. * Tr. Aldg Second Floor. Ftton# 9456. SOUTH SIDB J1*0'«™ 1296 S. Mill St. Fhona 2000. BRIDE-ELECT HONORED BY MRS. F. GIERLACH Mrs. Frances Gierlach entertained a group of friends and relatives at a lcvely shower last evening at her home on Sunny avenue in honor cf her daughter, Virginia Anne Gierlach, who will become the bride of Edmond Zabrowski on June 10. An informal social time was enjoyed. wuth dancing and music. Dainty refreshments were served later by Josephine Tcnucach, Mrs. Johnnie Cole and Clara Wolanski. Miss Gierlach was the recipient of many lovely gifts. Out of town guests were from Farrell, Pa. (Additional Society On Page Seven) Local Parents F/antic About the Whereabouts of Their MISSING DAUGHTERS ’1 Powerful story of qniversal appeal before your very eyes. Watch for it soon—will be shown in your local theatre. 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