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   Middletown Daily Record (Newspaper) - December 27, 1956, Middletown, New York                                DECEMBER 1956 THE MIDDLETOWN Louise Eason Will Wed Russell Masci Marie Ann 1 Wagner Engaged 1 MISS LOUISE EASON and Anson 53 Roosevelt announced the engagement of their Louise on Christmas to Russell son of and Peter 49 Beauie Miss a graduate of Mid dletown High School and the Cen tral Academy of Beauty Culture in is associated with Charles Hairdressers of Mid Her a veteran of the Korean is a graduate of Mid dletown High School andLong Island Agricultural and Technical Insti He is associated with the Watkins Refrigeration Com The couple Jiave not as yet announced their wedding MISS MARIE ANN SEYLER Photo and Christian 63 Prospect yesterday announced the engagement of their Marie to Robert Clinton son of and Philip 155 South Miss a Middletown High School is employed by the A and P Store in Her also a Middletown High School is associ ated with the Calvet Pontiac Com pany in The couple have not as yet set their wedding Engagement Party For Eleanor Totta Miss Ivory Weds George Munhall and Forrest 28 Montgomery have announced the marriage of Ivorys Doris Barber to George son of George 19 High and the late The couple were married Sat urday at the Presbyterian Manse in Goshen by the Eugene They were attended by and Muzzolese of Both and Munhall are graduates of Goshen Central Munhall is a cashier at the Goshen National Mun hall is employed by the Board of Education and Turis Trucking The couple will make their home in their newly purchased trailer at 32 Montgomery MISS ELEANOR TOTTA Walter Hulse At a party Sunday evening at their home and Anthony 62 Sproat announced the engagement of their Eleanor to John Philip son of and Calvin 175 Linden Miss Totta is a graduate of Middletown High School and Orange County Community She is employed by the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of a graduate of Middle town High served two years in the Arnried He is asso ciated with the Automatic Electric Company of The wedding date has not as yet been Yule Dinner Party and Gordon URichmond entertained at a dinner party Christmas Their guests were her and Roy George Miss Delores Carrie Warren and Miss Donna Avoid Rush There are several ways to avoid that last minute rush at dinner Take the preparation of for Give it a ouick fry during the thenlslip it into a slow oven an hour before Relish trays can be as sembled hours before time for the meal and placed in the refriger CookieJar Bonus NEW 25 Tiny fruit cakes add an imagina tivetouch to gift boxes of home made Bake the batter in very small paper baking cups on a cookie Then glaze and decorate as you would larger Add one or two cakes to each On Texas Visit Joseph Salvati and 15 Fairview are spending the holidays in Wichita where they are visit ing her Airman Third Class who is stationed at Shepperd Air Force Party Friday The Order of Rainbow for Girls will hold a regular meeting and holiday party Friday night at at Masonic Members of De Molay have been invited to join the group for the which will begin at Visit Sproull and Reeder and of spent Christmas Day with the and Sproull and 98 Cottage Home on Leave Airman Third Class Roy stationed at is spending a thirtyday leave with his Ann 227 Linden To Meet Tonight and Gerald Gould and Gerald 19 Linden were Christmas guests of their son and daughter and Charles in and John Milton 2 Watkins have been informed of the birth of a daughter to rheir soninlaw and and Paul French of yesterday in French is the former Caroline Walter a prelaw student at Hamilton Col lege in is spending the holidays with his and Walter 125 Grand and Henry 29 Jackson have as guests their soninlaw and daughter Lieutenant and Charles JCenney of and Kellys Miss Gertrude of Rockville George 32 Bedford has resigned her position at the Polak Frutal She and her husband left yesterday for to visit their soninlaw and and Claude formerly of The Crosbys will celebrate their 34th wedding anni versary January and Owen Falk and 10 Horton are ex pected home tomorrow from Ashe where they have been visiting Bruce son of and Richard 12 Broad observed his first birthday Sharing the room with Those who wish to contribute to this column may do so by phoning 4151 or 5857 Cudney Horton Memorial Hospital at the time of the birth were Wallace Cross of 34 Fairlawn and Joseph 14 Independence The three mothers young Bruce and Cross s and Brennans are planning to get together during the holiday Miss Helen 13 Watkins spent Christmas with her brother and and John in Brook and Walter 201 Wisner had as guests Christmas her Lena of New York her brother and and Raymond Chime and children of and another Char lotte Conley of New York Miss Barbara a student at the Fredonia State Teachers Col lege in is spending the Christmas recess with her par and Joseph 206 East Main She is majoring in organ and Walter 48 Bedford have as guests her and Russell Gillette of and her Miss Elizabeth Gillette of Miss Betty Ellen a stu dent at the Fredonia StateTeachers College in is spend ing the holidays with her and Charles Bende of Miss Bende is majoring in She is a mem ber of the colleges Womans Kiltie its Radio Station Festival Chorus and the presidents advisory board and is a Freshman representative to the Student Government and William 23 Conkling have left for a motor trip to and William Marx and 14 Brink are spending the holidays at Piseco Tomorrow they will observe their 20th wedding Steven a student at Princeton University in is spending the holiday recess with his and Sam 135 Highland Phyllis Masten and Miss Alice 65 Highland spent Christmas with relatives in East and William Scott of Glens and their in fant Thomas Holden spent the weekend and Christmas with his and his Miss Mary Eliza beth 4 Commonwealth The baby was christened Sunday at Grace Episcopal Lieutenant and Theodore Mead and daughtersof Somers are spending the holi days with her and Charles 17 Moun tain and his and Charles 14 Chestnut Samuel a student at the Peddie is speeding the holidays with his and Sidney 24 Watkins They Pay for Labor Savers HORTON HOSPITAL A Samuel was born Saturday at Horton Memorial Hospital to and Warren 150 Highland Green is the former Lila The baby weighed eight twelve and a half A Adam was born at the hospital Sunday to and Adam Patuga of RD Patuga is the former Jean The baby weighed four eleven Indian Girl Calls CoEds Lucky Elsie Antony Pana kel of Southern India is a little irked at other students at Mar quette University who think Im dressed for a drama when making her rounds of the classrooms garbed in a native The daughter of a principal of an Indian high school exclaims to her female classmates that the sari is as modern for me as Fifth Avenue is for All the college girls in India wear said this tawnyskin ned miss who plans teach Eng lish in her home country within three Elsie is an exchange student who arrived here last summer and is qijickly becoming accus tomed to the American way of She thinks the coeds are mighty lucky when it comes to dating and In my country girls are used to marrying husbands of the parents she They learn to fall into love after the But Some of the girls for ego tradition and make their own se She Elsie speaks fluent Ma layalan and Tamil and was grad uated cum laude from Theresas College in getting back to the Some Marquetters may be right about Elsie being dressed for a She is a member of Mar quette Universitys theater 26 One supermarket official says to days homemaker is fully aware that food laborsavers cost her more But shes happy to have things that This was the comment of Rilea of Safeway during the annual meeting of the Nation al Association of Food Human needs said Human wants are never never never Today they are Doe said that the number of food products competing for the house wives dollar may total as high as a pointed out that many of them had built in features which save prepara tion time and the need for the cooking knowledge that made grand mothers cooking ex Todays he has a sneaking suspicion that all this laborsaving costs more mon and it But like Scar lett OHara prefers to worry about that Americans are buying large quantities of Yugoslavian bent Wood chairs this Olympia Daughters of will meet tonight at Mechanics 12 Washington Join March of Dimes Come in for a FREE lesson PROVE TO YOURSELF THAT THE NEW THOMAS ELECTRONIC ORGAN IS EASY TO PLAY EASY TO OWN You can play the Thomas quickly and even if youve never played true organ Thousands or exciting The first fine electronic organ without a luxury pri thanks to latest electronic in for your free lesson today MODELS AS LOW AS THE SPINET Complete with 13 16foot radial bass pedal clavier and earphone Bench extra EASY BUDGET TERMS CANNS PIANO AND ORGAN SALON 65 Main Sales and Service Middletown 5300   

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