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10 PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1941 Sewickleyans Will Attend Wedding In Maryland Tomorro Margaret Curry Chaplin And Richard L. Merrick To Be Married in South By Doris Duquesne w ARGARET CURRY CHAPLIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. iVl William Craig Chaplin of Easton, Maryland, formerly of fcewieklev, will become the bride of Richard Lake Merrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Merrick of Evanston. Illinois, tomorrow afternoon at five-thrrty o'clock, in Christ Episcopal Church in Easton. The Reverena D. B. Hardin will read the service A reception in the home of the bride-elect's parents, "Ellenbor- ough," will follow the ceremony. Yesterday Mrs. Alexander Mont gorcery Brooks of the Edgeworth Club and Mrs. Richard Gundry Jennings, aunts of the bride-elect, and Mr. and Mrs. Melchon G. Jennings left for Easton to attend the wedding Today. Richard Gundry Jennings, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Crossan Chaplin III of Creek drive will go to Maryland for their cousin's marriage. Miss Chaplin has asked her sister, Kitty C. Chaplin, to be her maid of honor and the bridesmaids will be Betty Speer and Sarah M. Grsce of Easton, Maryland; Grace .Wilfcrd of Oxford, Maryland; Mrs. James M. Arensberg of Trappe, Marylana; Mrs. Richard Vaughan of New York, Betty Guntzenhauser of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; June Smith of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and three sisters of the bridegroom-elect, Jane Merrick and Margaret Merrick of Evanston, and Mrs. Fhil Gilbert Jr., of New York City. Clinton Merrick will be his son's best man and the ushers will in clude George Merrick and Henry C. Wood of Evanston, Phil Gilbert. Jr.. of New York, Frederick Pierce of Buffalo. New York; Martin Davey of Kent, Ohio; James Vocrhees of Princeton, New Jersey; Melchoir C. Jennings and Richard G. Jennings, Jr., of Sewickley, and James M. Arensberg of Trappe, Maryland. munity vaudeville show by the Sewickley Valley Hospital Cot Club were announced, to be given early in November. This will be a new form of entertainment and skits and other entertainment will be by Sewickley people. J. Twing Brooks i3 president of the Cot Club, with Mrs. William Booth, first vice president; Miss Lucy Haworth, second vice president, Miss Coral Quay, third vice president; Frank Darlington, treasurer, and Charles Richardson, secretary. Dr. H. B. Lang Will Marry Nancy Blair The Biai-, Shenk McLeod-Barghoorn Bridal Party Margaret Alden McLeod will be attended by Barbara Thomas of New York City and Mrs. Clement Welsh of Groveland. Massachusetts, when she becomes the bride of Elso Sterrenbers Barghoorn on Saturday, August sixteenth, in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The ceremony will be performed in the j School of Nursing, Children's Hos- Church cf St. Mary of the Harbor, Vital of Boston. Mass. Dr. Lang is with the Reverend Clement Welsh marriage of Miss Nancy daughter of Mrs. Henry and the late Kenneth E. Blair of Erie. Pa., to Dr. H. Bick-ford Lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Lang of Fox Chapel, will take place tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock in the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Paul, in Erfe. Dear. Francis B. Blodgett will read the service. Miss Blair has asked Mrs. Joe Warren, her sister to be her matron of honor, and Miss Shirley Devine and another sister, Mrs. George Mitchell, will be the bridesmaids. Dr. Lang has asked his father to serve as his best man, and the ushers will be George Warren Mitchell and Joe Warren of Ken-more. Miss Blair will be given in marriage by her uncle, Robert Devine, Jr. A reception in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Devine, Jr., will follow the ceremony. During the week the bride-electi has been honored at several parties. On Monday, Hunter W. Willis en-; tertained for Miss Blair and Dr. Lang at a cccktail party in his home. On Wednesday a picnic was given by Mrs. H. L. R. Emmet and Mrs. T. Palmer Tredway, at Mrs. Emmet's swimming pool. Miss Blair attended Mercyhurst Seminary and is a graduate of the S-V-jajy 1 ! - r--. - : . . .. ... mmimmmnm f . 1 J J ' H a j'tt v. . . V-:-- - , i ' V i - x - - J J H- ? ' X '"rJ, r " J ' - '' 1 B5 4r 4 - 'I .- ... '-.JK. v AVe v Ts -s.3S, ir v -i, . Fost-Gazette Photo MRS. HUGH MacBAIX Mrs. facI5ain Is one of the women lielpinc with plans for the benefit polo matches, today, tomorrow and Sunday at Thompson Field, Ligonier. The MacKains jre year-round residents of the Ligonier country district. The matches will aid the work of the Hfjtish War Relief SnnVtr. a graduate of Bowrioin College and Harvard Medical school. i Squirrel Hill Club Holds Bacon Bat of Groveland, Massachusetts officiating, assisted by the Reverend De Wolf Perry, Jr., cf Province-town, rector of the church. Miss McLeod has been spending; The Junior Section of the Sauir the summer with her parents, Mr.jrel Hill Community Club will hold and Mrs. Malcolm McLeod of Belle-j a bacon bat in Frick Park on Sun" ! riav mnrninp 5,- pio-hf- n'rlnnk fnnf erect Pitf-shnrerh af thpir: ". . ... summer home in Provincetown. Music of 20th Century" To Be Topic of Dormont Club Music Department Mr. Barghoorn, the son of Mrs. Elizabeth Barghoorn cf Oxford street, Cambridge, has asked his brother, Frederick Barghoorn, to serve as his best man. A reception in the garden of the church will follow the ceremony. -TIF FT"RST DEPARTMENT to be formed in the Dormont New inis is tne tmra oacon bat of a, I Century Club was the music department and through the year3 series sponsored by the ways and! 1 jt bas Deen an important factor in the. development of the club. meaii3 committee, under the direc-'it has many outstanding artists and has contributed fine programs uon or .Mrs. . r. 3iaus, cnairman. as a means of increasing the funds in the treasury. Cot Club Plans Vaudeville Show At a recent meeting of the board and directors of the Valley Hospi.- p'ans for a cora- tal in Sewickley, Plan Visit in Quebec Mr. ard Mrs. Charles M. Board-man of Thomas boulevard and their son, Charles Jennings Board-man, will leave shortly for a vacation visit in Lac Mercier, Quebec, in the Laurentian Mountains. Before returning home they will stop in Montreal and Ottawa, arriving in Pittsburgh after Labor Day. 25 - - - bu Vottt ( v. ! r ---- - 74X" sMo l;7' v 1 I, 'y lx ' I I for all the members. The officers for the coming year are: Chairman, Mrs. Donald P. Maxwell; vice chairman, Mrs. George Young; secretary, Mrs. Clarence Sander; treasurer, Mrs. William Lance; director, "He dances with you as if it were his last chance to get even!" While the tun joung ladies discuss the swing and sway of a rertain, hall e .ay, gentleman ... let us tell you about the clothes in the picture. Ornamental, though not necessarily regimental, is the costume at left with its dull braid design on the hat and also on the lapels of the suit. A bit more of the military feeling in wen in the two-piece wool dress at right, with wide bands appliqued at the throat and shoulder. Homer Ochsenhirt; accompanist Mrs. Warren Kinder, and program chairman. Mrs. Hamld Ewens. On September twenty-ninth the group will hold a. membership tea with the chairman and vice chairman serving as hostesses. The program of study will be outlined. The subject for the coming year is "Twentieth Century Music How It Developed and How to Listen to It." The first regular meeting will be held on October sixth. At all regular meetings luncheon is served at. twelve-thirtv o'clock, the stud period is at two o'clock and a re- hcarsal follows. Mrs. Maxwell will; talk on "The Art of Listening." at the first meeting, and "Piano Illustrations" will be given by Mrs Robert Vroom. On October twen-; tieth, Mrs. William Hudson has "Innovations and Prejudices." with "Voice Illustrations'' by Mrs. Wal-i ter Buehrig. On November third Mrs. C. O Powell has charge of the group and will talk on "Beginning of the Modern Era." with "Illustrations Instrumental Recording," and later in the month Mrs. George Young will present "The Romantic Period," with piano illustrations by Mrs. Harold Ewens and voice illustrations by Mrs. James Bailey. "The Romantic Movement" is continued through both December meetings, with Mrs. William Lance. Mrs. C. J. Henning and Mrs. G. O. Tanner taking part at the first, and the second meeting under the leadership of Mrs. S. R. Cornell, with Mrs. Clarence Sander and Mrs. Newell French giving illustrations. The new year opens with Mrs. Bruce Smith discussing "The "Nineteenth Century Points the; Way." illustrated by Mrs. Warren Kinder and Miss Marion White: and Mrs. E. A. Macke will speak; on "European Nationalism Based; on Folk Music," illustrated by Mrs.: Harold Ewens and Mrs. Phi! Franklin. ; "American Nationalism" and ,rNa-j tionalism in France" will be the! topics discussed at the February1 meetings tay Mrs. A. L. Skillen and Mrs. Harry 1). fcchmid. And in March "Realism Richard Strauss." will be studied by Mrs. Phillip Miller and illustrated by Mrs. Joseph Rodrian; and "Debussey" will be discussed by Mrs. Fred Ely. illustrated by Mrs. Clarence Sander. On April seventh Mrs. J. F. Vosper will speak on "Sibelius-Stravinsky Before and After the War," illustrated with piano recordings. The last meeting will be in charge of Mrs. Joseph Rodrian, who will discuss "Jazz and American Music." with voice illustrations by Mrs. John Marsden. be a bridge luncheon in October, a membership dinner in December, another bridge luncheon in February and the spring musicale in May. The annual luncheon on May nineteenth closes the year. Mother's Prayerbook Carried at Marriage Of Elizabeth Harris A" GOWN OF WHITE CHIFFON with a yoke of lace from her mother's wedding gown, and cap made ot the same lace to hold her long tulle veil, was worn by Miss Elizabeth Harris, daughter of Frank J. Harris of Crafton. at her marriage yesterday morning at ten o'clock, to John James Moorp. son of Mrs. Edith Moore of East McKeesport. The ceremony was performed in St. Philip's Church, Crafton, by the Reverend William C Kelty. The bride mother's prayerbook Autumn Wedding Being Arranged By Ann C. Wolff Recent Brid carried her with streamers of white chiffon and lace from her mother's wedding gown, decorated with gardenias and stephanotis. Tho hririal attendants were gowned alike in Biarritz blue with; the "bodices of satin and long full, skirts. They wore poke bonnets of, the chiffon with satin streamers falling to the hemline of their j gowns, and carried cascade bouquets of white flowers. The maid of honor. Miss Genevieve Harris.: sister of the bride, carried a bouquet of white flowers accented with pink. The bridesmaids were an-. other sister, Miss Adelaide Marris.i Mrs. John Gannon and Miss; Geneva Harris, and Miss Ann; Wurtz was junior bridesmaid. George E. Kelly was the b-st and thp ushers were: Ken neth C. Hahn. Arthur l nomas. Moore, brother of the bridegroom; John P. Harris, brother of the bride; John T. Wurtz. Richard J O'Donnell and Perry McMahon. A reception in the Chartiers Heights Country Club was hela after the ceremony, with ferns and white flowers serving as back ground for the receiving line. Mr. and Mrs. Moore left on an Eastern weddins trip, which will include a visit to Saratoga, and upon their return tncy win oe ai home in Barr avenue. Crafton. man, Bride ,Vr- McKay-H art let Wedding Told Yesterday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock, in the Beechview Presbyterian Church, Miss Florence McKay, daughter of Mrs. Cora E. McKay of New Haven avenue, Dor mont, became the bride of Kenneth) Hartlet of Moore avenue. Knoxville ,j son of Mr. and Mrs. L. William Hartlet Dr. E. C. McCown of the Mt. Lebanon Church read the; service. The bride, who was given in mar-, riage by her brother, Gerald L. Mc-: Kay, wore a white silk marquisette I and lace gown and her tulle veil: was held with orange blossoms.! She carried a bouqGet of Johanna; Hill roses. Mrs. Georgia McKee, as her sis-j ter's matron of honor, wore pink: lace with a matching turban with I veil and blue accessories, and carried tea roses. j George Saupe was Mr. Hartlet'l best man and the ushers were Charles Gangloss and Robert) Scholtz. ! A reception at home followed the-ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hartlet left for a month's trip to New Orleans and Mexico, and upon their! return will be at home in Pitts-! burgh. Of Miss Ann Claire Wolff, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wolff of Pride road. Wukinsburg. has chosen Saturday, September sixth, as the date for her marriage to Jack Franklin Major, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Major of Albion, Pa. The ceremony will take place at two-thirty o'clock, in the Central Christian Church, with the Reverend Virgil L. Elliott officiating. The bride-elect will have Missj June Siebcrg of McKeesport as, her maid of honor, and the bridesmaids will be Miss Elizabeth Kroegher of Av-alon and Miss Doris Judge of ML Lebanon. Robert B. Major of Siruthers. J.. will be his brother's best man, ar the ushers will be Luther Taylor of Greensburg and John Skinner ' of Monaca. Mi Wolff is a graduate of Alle-jgheny College and a member of : Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. Major also attended Allegheny College and is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mildred Maloy To Be Bride Of John F. Young Miss Mildred R. Maloy. daughter of Mrs. P. J. Maloy of Halrolb avenue. Clairton, will become the bride of John F. Young, son of Mrs. William Young of Barnesboro, tomorrow morning at eleven-thirty o'clock, in St. Clare's Roman Cath olic Church. Clairton. The Reverend Sylvester Doyle will officiate. Miss Maloy has asked her sister. Miss Mary Maloy, to be her maid of honor. Miss Catherine Cannon will be the bridesmaid and a niece of the bride. Miss Marv Malov, will be junior bridesmaid. William Young will serve as his brother's best man. and the ushers i will be Carl Maloy and Warren W. j Scherer. i A wedding dinner at one o'clock ! will be given in Bill Green's Ter raced dardens. and a reception from three to five o'clock -rail be held in the home of the bride's mother. lhe couple is planning a trip New England and will live Clairton. mmmmlmmmuw win m . w I A 4 I -i . . " i 1 If .Cfr x 5 k to in O.E.S. Card Parfy Next Tuesday afternoon Loyalty '- i !RS. J. S. t RAWIOni) HI I.pfore hr marriaf on S.itur-day Mrs. Crawford w:. 1i.i.nU E. Wright, daiiehtpr r.f Mr. SnH Mrs. Edgar S. Wrisht r.f p,.ir. lett street. Mr. Crawford j th son of Dr. and Mr. -I. sUter Crawford of Forho nii Wirii-man street. Chapter No. .35". Ord-r en Star, will sponsor ? in Malta Hall. Wc? X Miss Marie S. E"-r Marion L. Rippe! ?re Mrs. Elfireda Grs-j matron. I. J. MOORK At a ceremony in St. Philip's Church, Crafton, yesterday morning. Miss Elizabeth Harris, daughter of Frank -J. Harris of Crafton, became the bride of John James .Moore, son of Mrs. Edith Moore of East McKeesport. Mr. and Mrs. Moore will live in Crafton when thy return from an Eastern trip. Engaged VI M lrnmiMniii.il .in.ini ,.i...n .J&L- Anne Kretzler Is Bride of R. B. Schaffer The marriage of Miss Annej Kretzler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.j William Kretzler cf Greenwood j avenue, Emsworth, and Robert B.j Schaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank; Schaffer of Kilbuck street, Glen-i field, took place Wednesday morning, August sixth, in St. Mary's Church. The Reverend Eugene Fisher officiated at the nine o'clock ceremony. The bride wore a powder blue ensemble with large matching hat.; Her flowers were a corsage of 'gar-j Xh firj5t rzvT fortnightly! denias. i . " , i Miss Mary Kretzler. as her si5. campmg period for August was ter's maid of honor and only jt-penpd at Camp Carondowanna, the- tendant. wore dusty rose with ! Pittsburgh Y. W. C. A. camp fori matching hat. and a corsage of ?irlJS near ZeWenoy)?, Monday, with ! J I. .ftp, , , A c i Bernard Besterman was best man. New Gamp Term Has Opened At C a r o n d o wanna Mr. ! girl? from Pittsburgh, Beaver, ; Uort't Krjiddock Mt. Lebanon.; find Mrs. Schaffer will be at; West View, Rennerdale, Wilkins-i home in Emsworth after a New York. trip Special events for the year will! land. Tarrv Photo MARJORIE WOODLNGS Announcement of the engagement of Miss Marjorie oodings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Woodings of Oakmont, to Gustave A. Goesele of New York, was made on Wednesday at a luncheon in the Oakmont Country Club. August sixteenth has been ehosen for the wedding. Miss Woodings is a graduate of Chevy Chase, Washington. D. C, and Mr. Goesele graduated from the University of Zurich, Switxer- Edgewood Girl Is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wightman of Maple avenue wocd,have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marjorie Jane Owens, to William H. Tomlinson, Jr., of Washington. D. C. son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Tomlinson of Roslyn street. Swissvale. An early, autumn wedding is being planned. The bride-to-be is a graduate of t0!burz. Ingomar, Brookline. Valen- j cia and Ellwood Cicy in attendance, i Activities are already being ! planned by the newly elected camp council, of which Joan Thomas of Owens! Ellwood City. Pa., i3 chairman. Edge-1 Other council members are Alice Haggerty of Rennerdale, Alice Partington of West View, Rebecca Evans of Pittsburgh and Helen Washnock of West View. Co-ed activities will play a large part in the camp program for the month of August. These events are planned by a joint group of camp ers and leaders from Camps Caron the Pittsburgh Studio School ofjdowanna and Kon-O-Kwee, the Art. Mr. -Tomlinson graduated from the Gettysburg College and the University of Pittsburgh. Eastern Bride To Live Here Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Marguerite Fallon, formerly of Stamford. Conn., and Paul D. Winston of Raleigh, N. C, which took place in York on June tenth. After September first Mr. and Mrs. Wiaston will be at home in 1225 Farragut street. neighboring camp of the Y. M. C.I A. They are organized on the basis! of interests and the boys and girls i are signing up for the things they! wish to do. Included in the sched-i ule of co-ed events are archery, rirlery, tennis, ping-pong, pottery making, weaving, horseback riding, horseshoes, canoeing, swimming, folk dancing and outdoor cooking. Last, night the Kon-O-Kwee boys were guests at Carondowanna at a barn dance. alt '- Is V j I 1 ; '! -" V :c-J ' A " ".. J I I' I hi 1 l'. I I A ll I y - i-1 1 r 1 . ' l l i 1 1 f " 4' f".'? . " I' j 1 op Simon-Speigel Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Simon of Beacon street announce the engagement of their sister, Miss Esther Simon, to Milton Speigel, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Speigel of Alder-son street- : A fall wedding is being planned 1 Galbraith-Schaffer Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Gal braith of North Aiken avenue, an-'N nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Kathryn Lois Gal-braith, to John Albert Schaffer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Schaffer of Emerson street. afeaiigte. . mini. A ' YOU'LL HAVE UOOU LUCK WITH QUICK-DISSOLVING Oakland Card Party The Woman's Club of Oakland will hold a lawn card party at thej home of Mrs. J. Arthur Willis, inj Greensburg pike, next Thursday atj cweive-iniriy o ciock. j ITS PURE CANE SUGAR! 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