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Pottstown Mercury (Newspaper) - October 6, 1953, Pottstown, Pennsylvania TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 6 1953 POTTSTOWN MERCURY POTTSTOWN PA PHONE PAGE ELEVEN Jeanne L Mohr Is Bride of Norristown Man At Rites Performed by the Rev W C Mantz Birthday Congratulations From The Mercury Jeanne L Mohr daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul D Mohr Church road near Pennsburg became the bride of Lesvis G Lodge at a mony performed in the Reformed church The groom the son of Mr and Mrs George Lodge Norristown The Rev W C Mantz officiated at the nuptials Mrs F Russell Mitman church organist played Inter- mezzo from Cavalleria P a n i s and the theme from sky's Fifth Symphony She also accompanied Beard East Greenville who sang Wedding 0 Perfect Love and Ick Liebe Dich Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a gown of white satin and tulle with a fitted a decollete illusion neckline edged with mother-of-pearl medallions and long tapered sleeves of net The bouffant full-length skirt was of tulle over satin tiered with a front panel ornamented with pearl medallions A matching tiara of mother-of-pearl and seed pearls completed her ensemble She carried a nosegay of white chrysanthemums and pompons Claire Conway East ville attended her as maid of honor She chose a waltz length gown of bronze lace and net the strapless lace bodice topped with a matching jacket with three-quarter length sleeves Pottstown brother of the bride and Joseph Kavacky Pennsburg The bride's mother wore a dress of navy blue with matching accessories and a beige velour hat The mother of the groom wore black with matching accessories Both wore corsages of bronze and gold pompons Following the reception on the lawn at the home of the Her tiered skirt of net over parents Church road East taffeta featured graduated shades ville RD the newly married of bronze and she wore On a wedding trip to shoes Her headpiece was a small cloche of pleated bronze net over taffeta Ann Mohr Pottstown niece of the bride was the junior bridesmaid She wore a gown of mint green lace and net made similarly to that of the attendant with a tiered skirt of net Wyoming and Idaho For ing the bride chose a wine tweed wine and dark green j The residence of the Lodges be at 609 Main street Pennsburg Mrs Lodge a graduate of Pennsburg High school is a member of the editorial staff of Town and Country Mr Lodge was graduated from Both carried nosegays of bronze and gold pompons and the Norristown High school and is a junior attendant wore a matching veteran of overseas duty with the tiara of flowers I Army in World War II He is Acting as best man was John as a quality control en- Brey Red Hill Ushers for at Superior Tube company ceremony were Arthur R Evening YWCA Give Working Girls an Opportunity To Acquire New Skills Demonstrations Slated for Open House Special evening courses for the business girl are being scheduled at the YWCA Tonight and tomorrow night open house will be held from to 9 p m at which time visitors will have an opportunity to see some demonstrations of the classes and discuss the course material with the teachers by Styer Studio MR AND MRS LEWIS G LODGE pause after their recent Wedding in the Pennsburg Reformed church The couple is spending their wedding trip in Wyoming and Idaho by Mrs Eric Wednesday nights Classes will be held from o p m weekly on be when you and nights jwash walls or high ceilings if Brownies Friends Laden With Covered Dish Supper Warm the Benjamin Strom's New Home The new home of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Strom located on Route 100 Pottstown RD 3 had a proper christening the past week when fellow employes of Mrs Strom prised her and her husband Games were played and a ered dish supper was served Participating in the house Grace man Grace Landis Betty ler Kay Moyer Marion ley Rhea Catherine Mentzer Josephine K u rt a s Bertha Susan Fretz Anne Miller Dorothy Maxwell Rive Reiter Rosie Stietler Dorothy Mitchell Peg Conway Dell Compton Dot Coonan Margaret Fritz Stella Hunsberger Agnes Mullen Kathryn Thompson Margie ner Kitty Walker Aretta Wismer Kathy Dunn Mae DeHaven Anne Bucciaglia Mr and Mrs Strom and their young son Leonard Birth A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Francis Peck on Sunday in Pottstown Mr and Mrs Lawrence Im- body 636 South Reading nue Boyertown became the parents ot a girl yesterday She was delivered in Pottstown hospital To Mr and Mrs Elmer Bechtelsville RD a daughter was born yesterday in Pottstown hospital V Mr and Mrs Robert man became the parents of a girl yesterday in hospital The Hartmans reside at 1019 Terrace lane 4 A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Edward B Carey Bally yesterday in Pottstown hospital Mr and Mrs Wallace Jula Pottstown RD 4 became the parents of a girl yesterday in Memorial hospital Mr and Mrs William Climen Kimberton and town roads West Vincent township became the parents of a girl on Sunday in the hospital Tuesday night's courses In- clude ceramics instructed by Elizabeth Yergey self sion given by Mrs Daniel and hooked or braided rugs taught by Mrs Gilbert Cheney Leathercraft will be directed out an enrolment of ten in each course A fee of will be required for each course of eight lessons in addition to the yearly membership registration of For additional information call the YWCA 819 Social Calenda DON'T BE A TODAY Daughters of the King Bible class Searles Methodist at p m at the home of Mrs Clarence Beard 235 North Evans street VV w The YWCA will also offer a class j take this suggestion Wear a terry n if there are enough of the First Baptist girls interested Classes cannot continue cloth bracelet it will catch the dirty sudsy water that trickles down your arm Camping Experience Proves Exciting To Parkerford Girls Girl Scouts of troop 100 Parker ford returned Sunday from a weekend camping trip at Camp Tweedale Oxford Sixteen Scouts and two ers left Parkerford early morning with their sacks and bedrolls in hand Upon their arrival at the camp they moved into their tent homes and set up ing An exploration hike around th 00 acres of wooded area was of Saturday's program The girls found that the camp i by Dam anc Tweedle Creek The three patrols of the troop entertained at the campfire The Eager Beaver patrol presented a Hawaiian song and dance the Busy Bee patrol gave a mystery drama and the Junior High Example patrol did a shadow graph jokes were by all the girls of the group On Sunday some of the scouts lashed a shelf and bench while others learned about the proper use of a hatchet and knife Two exciting things happened he girls reported One was the cap- ure of a snake and the other was he freeing of a dog which they ound caught in a trap Girls who made the trip were Jane Rinehart Bonnie Pronchic Carol Miller Betty Jane Sypherd Kay Shirley ine and Dorothy Swavely Fall Colors Predominate in Decorations At Stork Shower Honoring Mrs Carl Lowa Friends and relatives feted Mrs Carl W Lowa with a stork shower Friday night in her home on Swamp Pike Yellow and green streamers leading to a bassinet filled with many gifts formed the center of attraction Centerpiece for the table was a stork with yellow and green streamers leading to a baby in a yellow water lily Also on the table was a large cake with low and green decorations Refreshments were served after Mrs Lowa opened her gifts Present at the shower Mrs Thomas Bunt Mrs vid Scherer Mrs George ler Joanna Gilde Mrs Joseph Gilde Mrs Raymond Sosa Mrs Delmar Neiman Mrs Harold Rank Mrs Glenn Mrs Karl Johnson Mrs George Mrs Irene Mrs ley Diener Mrs Edward Neuman Mrs Mayme Faust Mrs Anna Skora Bertha McLaughlin rietta McLaughlin Mrs Louis Mrs Jesse Flynn Mrs Leonard Nester Mrs Walter Kanach Mrs Stanley Carroll Mrs Norman McLaughlin Beverly Mrs Chester Kanach Mrs Charles and John Kanach Gifts were sent by those un- able to Mrs John acre Mrs Charles Rhoads deline Rhoads Mrs Herman blmg Mrs Charles Grubb Mrs Joseph Testa Mrs Fred Rahmer Mrs Don Rogers Mrs John Kanach Johnny S Scherer and Beatrice Flynn at 4 p m in the church class of the First Baptist at 8 p m in the home of Mrs Francis Tyson Brownies of the Emmanuel theran at 4 p m in the church X Parkerford Women's at 8 p m at tist church TODAY'S HOROSCOPE DO NOT undertake new tant jobs today The morning hours especially are unfavorable Avoid nervousness and do not worry Ux and see a good show in the evening TODAY Robert Raybold son of Mr and Mrs Harry Raybold 40 Hilltop road 9 years old W ft Patricia daughter of Mr and Mrs Douglas man 5 High street 2 years old Hi if t Mr Howard Bailey 993 South Hills boulevard V Maurice E Yost 432 Brown avenue Kenilworth v Patricia Ann Gresh town RD 2 f Terry Alan Nettles Heights V V Kenny Brauner 911 Queen street Otto E Dahms 709 Hamilton street Mrs Bella Fout 801 High street Marguerite B a r I m a n 72 York street Loreen Dawn Wisler Trappe 2 years old Henry M Hoffman ville Mrs Kenneth Landis 808 High street Jfr V Eugene Boyer son of Mr and Mrs John Boyer 332 South street f- 8 Pvt Joseph Brown son of Mr and Mrs Charles Brown 469 Farmington avenue i Barbara Simms daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Simms 732 Beech street 13 years old Michael Kovach 225 East Third avenue Boyertown Z V Gerald Miller son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Miller 824 East Vine street Stowe 8 years old s Ethel Laber daughter of Onna Laber 313 Chestnut street Robert Bitting son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Bitting 990 North Hills boulevard a Gerald Andes son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Andes Box 74 Limerick Mary Dykie Perkiomenville t i i Bernadette Montague ter of Mr and Mrs James Montague 529 North Franklin street 19 years old V James Ruyak son of Mr and Mrs Michael Ruyak 857 North Evans street 19 years old W M V Joan Wilanowski daughter of Mr and Mrs Chester ski 226 North Warren street v Frank Cisarik son of Mr Luke Cisarik 5 Riverside nue 16 years old Kathryn Yergey daughter of Mr and Mrs John Yergey North Adams street James Edgar March Sr 1037 Queen street Joanne Rock daughter of Mr and Mrs Lester Rock 430 Worth boulevard 16 years old Anna Mae lassville RD 2 7 years old HAPPY BIRTHDAY Donna RD 1 Kenneth Mayberry 1126 In- avenue 12 years old V V HAPPY BIRTHDAY i Sandra Pfc Edward Ingham Saylor Florence Leister Pennsburg Terry Nettles North State road 9 years old Melt American Cheese On Toast for Quick Treat When unexpected guests drop in for the evening you can prepare this delicious snack quickly to serve with coffee Just make a- smooth paste of mashed Roquefort or grated ican cheese and add a little grated onion and butter Spread on your favorite cracker or toasted bread and place under the broiler for about a minute to melt the cheese and give it a golden brown look Served immediately Florence Balchunas Hostesses Shower For Virginia Diener Virginia 10 j South Charlotte street was feted Reformed league of St Paul's Re- Marian ville L Hartline Thomas Maddaloni Queen stret 2 years old 1019 Girl Scouts of the First Baptist at p m in the church Women's Missionary society of St James Lutheran at 8 p m in the church recently with a surprise linen formed at 8 p m in the parsonage by Florence chunas her honor tendant j of the First Methodist church Miss Diener will become the bride of Joseph C Arters 13 Ronald C Schlemmer 508 Walnut street Arthur R Thomas Wilson and Mount streets V George 5 East Fourth street Barton Zicgler son Howard Ziegler Limerick of Thomas at p m Plum street on Oct 17 The guest of honor opened her gifts under a crepe paper decked sprinkling can Starrett Those attending Mrs Joseph M Arters Catherine Diener Marjorie Diener Diener Jane Gantert Ruth Endy Grace Reinert Jean Frederick and Shirley Circle 1 First Presbyterian church Elaine Hughes P a t r i c i a Dorothy Kerns Anne William Ebert chunas and Monica Balchunas at p m in the of First Presbyterian sonage for a study class at p m in k the church Choir of Bethel AME Methodist at 8 p m in of the Cedarville Methodist church at S p m at the church Pottstown RD 2 James Thomas Ruyak Koup Richard Moyer HD 1 Ruth Mitchell Pottstown RD 1 H Andrew Hammel Linfield 7 years old v Mrs Malcolm Koons 25 West Sixth street Boyertown V Paul R Bartman 607 South Reading avenue Boyertown Sharon Davis Chester Springs RD 1 7 years William L Hiltebeitel Douglassville Lester H Fisher W W V Mary Deloplaine 1105 Grove street Francis Wampler 427 South Keim street Mrs Henry R 1023 Queen street Circle 3 First Presbyterian church a at ip m in the home Bible dass of the M re I li a m a Methodist at p m at the home of Mrs Mary Carl 1004 Queen street Mrs William town and Mrs Mary Everybody knows about peas carrots as a combination dish for Qf carrots as a combination dish for j Altruist class of the Trinity a delightful change try carrots and snap beans with lots of butter Congregational church meets at the of Stella man Nancy Burkey Sharon cas Donna Favinger Eunice and Joyce Reiner and Elaine Leaders the group Rosella and Mrs Parker CAN-OPENING CLEANLINESS When you arc feeding Baby cial canned foods make sure that you wash the top of the can under running water and dry with a paper towel before you apply the can opener And be quite tain that your can opener is clean REMOVE STARCH FROM IRON Here's a sally idea for gelling i slick starch off the bottom ofj your iron Simply ironing it a piece of brown paper on which j a lillle salt has been sprinkled should do trick Happy Birthday To You Day Is Someone's Get CARDS at Super Drug Stores Pottstown Thone S THE NEW LOOK Give Yourself The New Look In Lovely Selection of FALL BRIDAL GOWNS Hair Cutting By Mr Albert Open Kret by Appt With or Without An Appointment SNORKEL nso WORLD'S ONLY PEN SMITH ST JOTTER MUSIC STUDIO Our long experience in developing talent in both children and adults guarantees results Call today for an appointment PH 6238 173 HANOVER ST Let a SINGER expert put your machine in first dass running order Reasonable charges Estimate dished in advance SINGER SEWING CENTER 254 HIGH ST PhOM 1844 Back Again HAND MADE CHOCOLATES Hanover Heights Phone 1061 NEW in richly decorated Sterling jC LUNT RICH Exquisitely sculptured with deep crisp pierced to tdd toother dimension to its exceptional loveliness Visit ui today and sec the beauty of in gleaming Staling silver T Included W L STONE SON Registered Jeweler American Gem Society 210 High St Pottstown Lay Away Now For Christmas Come Get Em Golden Brown WAFFLES HOT OFF THE with Hot I St Near MOMT Hi I Furry Trim Moccasin Fleece lined leather hdl on vamp 5 to H IN IT'S DRUM HELLED Charlotte and Prospect Sts for fined in CHOICE MEATS PRODUCE FREE COATS in Stroock Forstmann Finest Wools by Morris Gilbert 79.95 up CP C king at charlotte VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT Cribs t Strollers Play Pens Highchairs PHONE 1012 TERMS IF DESIRED WILKE QUEEN AT MADISON
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