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   Middletown Times Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1947, Middletown, New York                               MIDDLETOWN TIMES HERALD. M1DDLETOWN. N. T.. TUESDAY. DKCEMBEK 30, 1917. SEVEN Marie Carroll And Navy Man WedAtWalden Double Ring Service Per- formed at Church of Most Precious Blood a ceremony Sun- day afternoon' at the Church, of the Most Precious Blood Miss Marie A. Carroll, daughter of Mrs. Laura M. Carroll of Main street, became the bride of John B. Lunt, yeoman third class of the Navy, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Lance Lunt of Pine Bush. The Rev. Cornelius J. Norris performed the double ring cere- mony. The bside wore a two-piece glacier blue satin suit with wine colored accessories. She carried a wh.te prayer book marked with a white orchid and a ribbon cascade. Mrs. Martin J. Kellner, matron of honor, was gowned in a beige suit with black accessories. She wore a gar- denia corsage. Martin Kellner was man. Mrs. Helen Morrissey played the wedding music. After the ceremony a reception was given at the bride's home. Mrs Lunt, a graduate of Walden High School, Is employed in New- burgh as a secretary. Mr. Lunt. who was graduated from Pine Bush Ontral School, enlisted in the Navy soon after completing school. He is stationed at Norfolk. Va. After a wedding trip to Florida the couple will live in Norfolk. Engaged Mrs. Carpenter Bride of Admiral Daughter of Hamlet Roe Weds Norwegian Navy Man CHESTER Mrs. Margaret Roe Carpenter, daughter of Hamlet S. Roe and the late Lona Otis Roe, was married Saturday afternoon at the Roe Homestead to Admiral Sir Bei-gis H. Helgesen of the Norwe- gian Navy. The ceremony was per- formed by the Rev. B. Norman Swenson of the Craigville Bible Miss Martha J. Carpenter, daugh- ter of the bride, was maid of honor. Mark W. Roe. brother of the bride, was best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at Gothen Inn. Admiral and Mrs. Helgesen will make their home in Matawan, N. J. MISS WINIFRED HULSE Doctors' Assistant Will Marry Delhi Student CAMPBELL Doro- thy T. Hulse of Campbell Hall an- nounces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Winifred Hulse. to William H. Smiley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Smiley of Newburgh Miss Hulse was graduated from Washingtonville Central School and Becker Junior College. Worcester Mass. She is employed by Dr Harry A. MacMillan and Dr. W Earl Morris of Washingtouville. Mr. Smiley was graduated from Nev.-burgh Free Academy and at present is attending the New York State Agriculture Institute at Delhi During the war Mr. Smiley served with the Army Air Corps. Going and Coming Miss Peggy Howe of the clerical staff of the State Hospital spent the holiday and week-end with her parents in Poughkeepsie. Lincoln McGiil. student GOSHEN GIRL WILL WED AAF VETERAN Miss Yurchuk and Mr. Bachik Plan Bridal in May and Mrs. Domo- nick Yurchuk of Goshen announce the engagement cf their daughter. Miss Mary Yurchuk. to Michael r--Bachik. soil of Mr. sr.d Mrs. Mich- uel Bachik of Garlicld. N. J. Thf bride-elect is employed by tl'.e Richard Company in New York City. Mr. Bachik. who served four years with the Army Air Carps, is with tne Flight Re- search 'Brans-h, Eenubt Aviation Corporation. The couple will be married in In meu'ng out the law. 1 am The nemesis of crocks, blackmailers But I am gentle as a lamb When drinking Grade "A" coffee-Ehlers! Georgetown University. Washington, D. C., is spending the holiday recess with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln McGili, fourteen Union street. Miss Catherine Cooney of New- York City spent the holiday week- end with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Brink, ten Lake avenue. Miss Cooney also visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Forbes, who has been a patient at Horton Hospital since September. Miss Frances Griffo of Rochester is with her mother. Mrs. Charlotte Griffo. fifty-seven Hanford street, for a fortnight. Miss Louise Perry of the Hospital office staff resumed duties yesterday after having.spent a few- days with relatives in Newburgh. Charles M. Welch, seaman second class of the Navy, stationed at Memphis. Tenn., is spending a few days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welch. Union street. Robert Tanner of Jacksonville, Florida, is visiting his fiancee, Miss Anita Herling. at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Herling. nine West Jackson avenue. Ellen and Jane Kniflin. students at. Skidmore College. Saratoga Springs, spent the Christmas holi- days with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Kniffin. twelve Broad street. They will visit Mrs. Knif- fin's sister. Mrs. Charlotte Schaller of New Rochelle. over New Year's. 1" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beams, sev- enty-five Hanford street, have re- turned home after having spent the holiday and weekend with their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Beams of Oswego. Donald Kelly, a student at De- fiance College. Ohio, is spending the holidays with his pprents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kelly, twenty- five Royce avenue. New Year's Eve Holy Hour Set At Mt. Carmel Special Service Planned in Preparation for Feast of Circumcision A Holy Hour of Thanksgiving, in preparation lor the Feast of the Circumcision, will be held at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church New Year's Eve, beginning at eight o'clock. The service will include a sermon and prayers of thanks for the blessings bestowed on individ- uals and the nation during 1947. The Feast of the Circumcision. a holy day of obligation, is cele- brated New Year's Day. Masses are at seven, and eleven a. m. Confessions will be heard from four until five o'clock and from seven until eight p. m., Wednesday. On Thursday confessions also will be heard in the afternoon from four to live and in the evening Irom seven to eight in preparation for First Friday. The Rev. Sylvester J. Maher announced Friday Masses at seven eight and Communion will be distributed before the first Mass. Public prayers will be offered everv hour from eleven a. m.. until six p. m., and a Holy Hour with sermon will be observed at Monthly communion for children will be distributed at the nine o'clock Mass on First Saturday. Confessions will be heard Friday afternoon at four. There will be no Mass Wednesday or Saturday. Liberty Girl Wed In New York To Ernest Moser Christmas Day Ceremony Performed at Park Central Hotel NEW The marriage of Miss Elaine E. Greenberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greenberg of .Libert" and Newark. N. J.. to Ernest W. Moser. son of Mrs. L. Leopold Moser of Jamaica. N. Y., Miss Martin Wed At Port Jervis Presbyterian Drive For Funds To End In May MR. AND MRS. JOHN B. HOEY Miss Marjorie Elizabeth Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J Martin, 154 Beacon street, became the bride Sunday afternoon at a ceremony at the Flo Jean, Port Jervis, of John B. Hoey. son of Mrs Elizabeth P. Hoey, 208 Linden avenue, and the late Lawrence Hoey The candlelight service was performed by the Rev. George McKinnej of Wallkill under a canopy of laurel, lillies and fern. Given in mar- riage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white slipper satin with a sweetheart neckline and full train. Her finger-tip veil fell fron a halo of rosebuds. She carried a bouquet of snapdragons, roses and _______ baby's breath Miss Vera Martin, her sister, was her only attendant., orphaned missions. Gowned in apple green satin with an off-shoulder neckline and bustle------------------------------- back she carried a heart-shaped bouauet of rosebuds. Best man was Lawrence Hoey, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Lawrence E. Brown of Albany and Donald Martin of Newburgh. After a trip through the Southern states and Florida, the couple will live in Middleiown. Mrs Hoey chose as her traveling costume a forest green suit with brown accents and a corsage of by Schular. More Than Raised in Restoration Campaign Five months before the scheduled end of the Presbyterian Restoration Fund campaign, slight- ly more than remains to be raised for the denomination's postwar program of rebuilding war- damaged church institutions and programs, and maintaining war- occasioned emergency services in this country, it has been announced here by Dr. Harold A. Dalzell of New York, Restoration Fund Di- rector. The Restoration Fund Commis- sion reports raised in the three year campaign thus far, of which has been col- lected in cash. The nationwide cam- paign in which more than Presbyterian churches are partici- pating is scheduled to close in May, 1948, when the General Assembly meets in Seattle, Washington, foi its annual convention. To date has been spent in foreign reconstruction projects; for the re-opening and re-equiping of mission schools, hospitals churches, orphanages, and othei church institutions in former wai areas in the Orient; for aid to churches and church programs ii Europe: for relief to Christian com munities in Asia; and for maintain and the late Mr. Moser, place EHLERS it in the Park Central Hotei in New York Christmas Day. The Rev. Dr. Joachim Prinz and the Rev. Abra- ham Shapiro officiated at the cere- mony. which was followed by a reception. Miss Ann Greenberg was maid ol honor for her sister, whose brides- maids included Misses Grace Greenberg and Abigail Winston, the bride's cousins, and Rose Leib. The bridegroom's brother, Hanns Moser. served as best man. Marvin Katz. Martin Lowenthal and Lawrence Hart were ushers. The bride wore an ivory satin gown trimmed with seed pearls and a two-tier French silk illusion veil draped from a pearl-trimmed satin crown. Miss Greenberg wore a teal blue faille taffeta gown and the bridesmaids, mauve rose faille. The bride is an alumna of Wee- quahic High School in Newark and New York University. Mr. Moser Dr. Noll, Dental Surgeon, Dies Port Jervis Man Was Prom- inent in Lodges, Church PORT Joseph A. Noll, a leading dental surgeon in Orange County for fifty years, died this morning at his home, nineteen Elizabeth street, after a short ill- ness. Dr. Noll, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noll, was born January eigh- teenth, 1865, in New York City. Early in life he moved to Pough- keepsie and in 1890 was graduated from Maryland University in Bal- timore, a classmate of Dr. Henry C. McBrair of Middletown. He came to Port Jervis in 1894 and set up dental practice. A life member of the Ninth Dis- trict Dental Society, he was also Mary Barber, to Alfred J. Cittadino To Wed Veteran Births To Wed in June MISS HARRIET A. CROTTY Will Marry Joseph Munro, Jr., Pine Bush Veteran Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crotty of Silver Lake announce the engage- ment of their daughter. Miss Har- riet Audrey Crotty. Joseph Munro, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Munro of Pine Bush. Miss Crotty, a graduate of Mid- dletown High School and Delhi Technical Institute, is employed as a dietitian at Horton Memorial Hospital. Mr. Munro. a graduate of Pine Bush Central School served two years with the Army in German j and France. He was with the Thir- teenth Infantry Division. Mr. Mun ro is employed by Sears RoebucV Company. Middletown. The couple will be married ii June. Miss Wisneski To Wed Veteran Warwick Girl Will Marry Former Army Lieutenant engagement of rtiss Josephine Carol Wisneski, aughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Joseph iVisneski, eight Forester avenue, Varwick, has been announced to Erwin E. Swinson, son of Ml. and VIrs. Erwin E. Swinson of eighteen Wheeler avenue, Warwick. Miss Wisneski is a graduate of Warwick High School and the ranklin Medical College of Tech- lology, Philadelphia, Pa. She is a uember of Phi Mu Thcta. Miss Wisneski is employed in the labor- atory of St. Anthony Hospital. Mr Swinson, also a Warwick High School graduate, served as, a Lieu- ,enant in the Army Engineer Corps 'or three years. At present he is a senior in the Syracuse University ollege of Business Administration. No date has been set for the wed- ding. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klingmai forty-five Knapp avenue, are par of a son. Thaddeus Charles i born Monday. December SUDMAN WILL second at Horton Hospital. Mrs. I Klingman is the former Patricia Carolan of Belfast, Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Bellino, twenty-seven Prince street, are par- ents of a daughter born yesterday at the Sanitarium. MISS EIDEL ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eidel. forty- three Mountain avenue, have an- nounced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Ethe! Eidel. to Thomas J. Turi, son of Mrs. Mar- garet Turi of Hillcrest avenue. Go- shen. The wedding dale has not been set. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED and Mrs. Con- rad Ochs of RD two. Warwick, have announced the engagement of their ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED and Mrs. John 8aker of Westtbwn announce the engagement of their daughter, Plora, to Peter Vriesema, son of Vlr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vriesema, ilso of Westtown. PHOTO COPIES OF DISCHARGE PAPERS MARY-JANE Studio 77 West Main St.. Near Mill St. Dial 8984 or 3704 WED R. E. L1TTELL GREENWOOD and Mrs. Harry J. Sudman of Hillside Lodge. Greenwood Lake, have an- nounced the engagement of thtV daughter. Miss Mildred Sudman. to Richard E. Littell. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Littell of Newton. N. J. Miss Sudman. a graduate of War- wick High School, is a senior at CorUand State Teacher's College, where she is studying physical edu- cation. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Mr. Littell. who is a graduate of Newton High School, attended Ryd- er College. Trenton, N. J. An Army Air Corps veteran, he is associated in business with his uncle. Harry L. Stanley, of the Stanley Auto daughter. Miss Catherine Ochs, to Harold Dains Jr.. son of Mr. and Company. Warwick. r XT M'1 Ha i (i hue Mrs. Harold Dams of Warwick. No date has been set for th? wed- MISS MARY BARBER Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barber, forty- six Sproat street, announce the en- j gagement of their daughter, Miss date has been set for the wedding. ding. NOTICE! Regular Meeting of the Midland Chapter No. 240 Royal Arch Masons Scheduled for Jan. 1st Will Not Be Held elected to a life membership in the International Dental Association in 1943. Dr. Noll was a member of the Port Jervis Odd Fellows and Ma- sonic Lodges and a charter mem- ber of the city's Rotary Ciub. For ma'nv vears he was a director of the Cooperative Building and Sav- j set. ing Loan Association of Port Jervis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Citta- dino of Inwood, L. I. Miss Barber was graduated from Middletown High School in 1944. Mr. Cittadino served with the Marine Corps in the South Pacific for three years. The wedding date has not been attended Providence College and is He was also a member of Drew now a student at New York Uni- j Methodist Church, versity. He served three years in j Survivors include a son, Dr. J. the Army, two of which were spent Emerson Noll of Port Jervis; a in Europe, and was awarded the j grandson. J. Emerson Noll. Jr., and Bronze Star and Purple Heart. He a great-granddaughter. Mary Jane is research director of B. Gertz in Noll, both of Jacksonville. Fla. Funeral services will be held Friday at four p. m. at his late residence. The Rev. J. Charles Hofer. pastor of Drew Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Warwick Cemeterv. Jamaica. Quick to Memorize Celebrate New Year's Eve COLELLO'S BAR GRILL DINE DANCE HATS NOSSEMAKERS NOVELTIES Never a Cover Never a Minimum TEL. 7382 AMPLE PARKING SPACE Nicholas Kurpiel services for ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Roberta Beakes Cooper, daughter of Mrs. Leila Cooper of Bullville and the late John Cooper, lias been an- nounced to Edwin L. Downing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Downing of No date has been set for the wedding. Ida, where a Mass of the Angels was celebrated. Pall bearers were his uncles. Joseph. Edward and Daniel Coieman. Burial will be in I St. Joseph's Cemetery. Nicholas Kurpiel. a Florida garage Hiree brothers. William A., of Bay son of William and Anna Von Ronn Rettmer. He came to this country in 1892 and resided in Brooklyn for a time. He married Julia Gier in New York November tenth. 1901. Coming to Rio to establish a .resi- dence he served twenty-three, years as postmaster there. He was a member of the Otterndorfer Club, of Brooklyn. Besides his wife Mr. Rettmer is survived by a daughter; Mrs. Anna M Ridder, of Brooklyn; two sons: Fred W of Rio and William A.. of Miami. Fla.: a sister; Mrs. An- j Cemetery, here. "USta Ruhmaw. of Germany and Mrs. Wolcott was born in Parks- Mrs. Howard Vl'olcolt LIVINGSTON MANOR Mrs. Edna Wolcott. widow of Howard Wolcotl. died Sunday at her home here. Funeral services will be conduct- j ed tomorrow afternoon at two! o'clock at the Russell Funeral Home.! The Rev. James Cheney of the j Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Orchard Street 53 Ward St., I'aterson. N. J. )ur modern crlndliu r'lant enablej to srlnrt the mnjt complicated rnses to voui SAVE At SELLERS SAVE MONKY1 Prices '01 complete slasi.fi In- clurtint a Heir-milk- rye exami- nation ire so lotv NOW roti can afford that new or extra WliT wait until youi I'VtJ are In thr Hanger 7nnr? Open Friday Eve. until 9pm. DR. H. SELLERS SAVE MONKY! HOURS 9 M In f M. OPTOMETRIST town August twenty-eighth. 1894. a proprietor who died Monday at St. i shore- Adolph A., of Ridgefield j daughter of Dorsey and Georgia Anthony Hospital Warwick, will be pai-k. N. J.. and Gustavo H., of Ja-I Dolloway held tomorrow at a, m. at his residence and at ten a. m. at St. Joseph's Church with the Rev Vin- i his residenct two o'clock Friday maica, N. Y. Funeral services will be held at cent J., Raith official ing. Mr. Kurpiel was born November twenty-ninth. 1888. in Poland, a son of Michael and Mary Klinko Kur- piel. He was a member of St. Joseph's Church here. Survivors include his wife. Sophia; afternoon. Interment will be in Rio Cemetery. Mrs. Joseph Fracasse Marie Fracasse, Surviving are three sons. Fran- j cis of Sundown, Horace of Living- j ston Manor and Roy of Sidney: two j daughters. Pearl of Livingston j Manor and Mrs. Dorothy Edwards j of Rock Hill; two brothers, Dewev of Livingston Manor and Roy of Delhi; and a sister, Mrs. Eva wife of Joseph Fracas.se. thirty- i Campbell of Walton. seven Buckley street, died Sunday Club Notes four daughters. Mrs. Charle.s Grace j at Liberty Hospital. of Brooklyn. Mrs. John Perrison of] Mrs. Fracasse. the former Marie Elizabeth, and Bernice and Gene- i Fisher, had. at one time been a King's Daughters A meeting of Good Will Circle. King's Daughters, will be held Fri- day at three p. in. in the home of Mrs. Clarence E. Shoemaker, ten Jackson avenue DUV Social Sarah J. of Onion cial Salur rooms, four scorers were Mrs. John Hayes. Mrs. Katherine Ranle. R. G. Miss Mary Rante and Arthur Ward. Mrs. Eleanor Tayntor was chair- man. vieve of Florida: two .sons, Edward of Brooklyn and Chester of Florida; one brother. Michael of Brooklyn, and a sister. Mrs. Joseph SevitaLski Mrs. H. Everett Mead MATAMORAS Mrs. Irene J. Mead, wife of H. Everett Mead of rd tomorrow at two p. m. at, the Ramsay Funeral Home here. Mrs. M. Victoria Kaiser of Liberty will for i rend the Christian Science service. of Brooklyn. Four grandchildren j Surviving besides her husband ars also survive. i two step-sons. Interment will be in St. Joseph's j Funeral services will be conduct- Cemetery. Florida. Riles for Mrs. Woolcot services Mrs. Sidney G. Woolcot were con- i After services here the body will bs ducted Saturday morning at St. j taken to North Bergen. N. J., for John's Church. Burial services were j cremation'. conducted yesterday in St. John's i Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edward Edward R. Malek Knob "John B. Connelly, Asa i FLORIDA Edward Ronald Strong. Thomas O'Conr.ell, Martin j Malek, seven-year-old son of Ed- Broglio and John Wcigel. j ward and Rose Malek of Passaic, _______ formerly of Florida, died Saturday school' teacher at Tuxedo Park. Malamoras, died yesterday at her Born in New York City August sixth, 1899. she had lived in Liberty since her marriage two years ago. home. Mrs. Mead was born in Kinible. Pa.. March fifth, 1875. a daughter of John and Amanda Kimball. She was married here in 1905. She was a member Of the Ep- worth Methodist Church and its Lr.dies' Aid Society of Matamoras. Surviving besides her husband are a daughter. Elizabeth, at home: and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conduct- ed at her home Thursday after- noon at two o'clock. The Rev. Wil- liam T. McGuire will officiate. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cenic- Rites for Miss Parsons at Ridgefield Park. N. J.. of pneu- Funeral services for Miss Hen- i moina. rietta M. Parsons were conducted; The child was born in Perfect setting for a perfect din- at the Burnett Funeral Home yes- February eleventh. 1940. cloth! Picot mesh back- terday afternoon by the Rev. Mere-i Surviving besides his parents are -round is just the right accent for dilh H. Dallman. Burial will be in i his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Hower center. Quick crochet. i the family plot. Wallkill Cemetery, i Joseph Malek of Passaic and u- maternal grandmother. You can memorize this square in no time and then crochet lickety- Pattren 7277: directions. Our improved pattern visual with easy-to-sre charts and photos. ;ind complete directions makes i needlework easv. Fred H. Rettmer his Antoinette Mellot of Florida. Mrs. PORT H. Rettmer.' 'Funeral services were held ye.ster- forniei- postmaster of Rio. died at j at st- Joseph's Church. Flor- St. Francis Hospital yesterday Send TWENTY-FIVF cents In coins for this pattern to The Middletown Times Herald, Pat- tern Dcpt., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N Y Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. NEWS! Our Fall and ANNE ADAMS Pattern Book is ready I Send fifteen cents at once to be sure you get this easy-sew collection of fascinating new fashions. Printed right in the book are FREE directions for making EIGHT useful gifts. each from a feed bag or a fabric remnant. Order now I afternoon alter a short, ill- ess. Mr. Rettmer was born in Ger- many February fourteenth, 1878, a -THE. CORNELIUS Funeral Home William 8. Cornelius Funeral Director Grove SL Trl. SfiOO Our srrvice extends as far necessity requires. If you really dread The new year ahead And are fearful and pensive May it turn out fine And Good Luck be thine If butter remains so ex- pensive. STAN KAUFMAN'S STANDARD GROCERY 47 HARDING ST. When You BUY FURS Here During Our JAN. SALE You are hound to the Year's Lowest Prices! Up-to-thc-Minute COATS at GRKAT SAVINGS! For Instance: CHOICE MOUTON up BKAUTIITI. MINK NECKPIECES up Plus tax PINELESBROS. Ituy Direct from Manufacturer St. Cor. 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