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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 29, 1946, Chester, Pennsylvania                              g TUESDAY. OCTOBER M, CHESTER (PA.) TIMES Ruth Carofyn Williams Weds' Wildwood Man in Nuptials at Third Presbyterian Church The marriage of Miss Ruth Caro- lyn Williams, daughter of Mr. and MIS. Clarence F. Williams, of 133 East Twenty-first street, this city, and Arthur E. Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hermit Christensen, of WoJdwood, N. J., took place on Fri- day evening, Oct. 25, in the Third Presbyterian Church. Rev. Richard N. Stroman performed the ceremony. The bride wore an aqua crepe model and a corsage of red roses. Miss Claire Brehin. of Philadel- phia, the bride's only attendant, wore a gown of melon shade and a and Miss Jeanne Wood, RN, of Tem- ple University Hospital, a roommate of the bride at the hospital, wore pink gowns, made alike, and carried vellow chrysanthemums. Paul Rosenbfirgcr, of Bethlehem, was best man for Mr. Cnrnathan, Mrs. Carnathan. mother of (he bridegroom, wore a black gown em- broidered in white and a dark red carnation corsage. Mr.s. Barnes, the bride's mother, wore a black suit and pink carnation corsage. A reception for 62 guests was held at the Media Inn. following the cere- corsage "of yellow roses. mony after which Mr. and Mr.s Car- Edward Christensen was bestln.ithan left for a short trip to the man for his brother. j Poconos. They will reside on Hunter Mrs. Williams, mother of the street, Lima. bride, wore n black gown trimmed in white and a corsage of white rosebuds and Mrs. Christensen, mother of the bridegroom, wore a fuchsia gown and her corsage was also of white rosebuds. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen left for a wedding trip to New York and upon their return will reside at their new apartment in Upland. Mr. Christensen who served four The marriage of Mis.1; Dorothea Seholl. daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. G. Herbert Seholl of Rose Tree road, Media, and Richard Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Bell, of Harvard avenue, Swarthmore, took place on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 26 at 3 o'clock in the Swarthmore Presbyter- ian Church. The Rev. Dr. David years with the U. S. Army in the Bralm performed the 'double ring Pacific Theatre of Operations, has] received his discharge. The marriage of Miss Gloria Mae Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Elmer Barnes, of St. Thomas, Pa., and George H. Carnathan, son of Mrs. Dorothea J. Carnathan, Hunter street, Lima, and the late Mr. Car- nathan, took place Saturday evening at 6 o'clock, Bt, the First Presbyterian Church, of Media. "Die ceremony was performed by Rev. Charles V. Hassler. Charles P. Hayes, of Lima, was the soloist and Mr.s. Elizabeth Ster- ling Strine, the ac- MISS .M. JOHNSON', daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Johnson, of 27 Swond .street, Up- land, whose cnjC'iKenient to Don- ald S. Vandemark, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Varulftiiark, of JO Third .street, Upland, has been announced by her No date has huen selected for the wedding. Mr. Vandemark, who in serving in the U. S. Navy, is .stationed in California. companiment music. and the wedding The bride wore a white taffeta gown with a long train. Her waist- length veil was held by a tiara of pearls and she carried an arm bou- quet of white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Paul Rosenberger, of Beth- lehem, matron of honor, wore n yellow gown and carried a bouquet of bronze chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids, Miss Catherine L. Car- nathan, sister of the bridegroom ENROLL NOW FOR FALL CLASSES ceremony before- an altar banked with palms, eymbolium ferns, white chrysanthemums and tall lighted candelbra. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of while skinner satin and lace, featuring H tight bodice of lace, sweetheart neckline and long lace sleeves. The ill skirt was trimmed with panels f the lace and ended in a .sweeping rain. Her long tulle veil ff.'ll from coronet of lace and she carried a lower bouquet of whiteroses cell- ared with a white orchid. Miss Louise Wood, of Media, the naid-of-honor, wore n gown of rust olored nylon made with tight fli- ng bodice, sweetheart neckline, lort sleeves and full skirt with ustle effect. She carried a bou- uet of yellow chrysanthemums tied ilh green ribbons. The bridesmaids, Miss Barbara eholl, sister of the bride, and Miss dair Applelon of Hnlesite, N. vore similar gowns of gold colored nylon and carried bouquets of rust ihrysanlhemums tied with gold ibbons; Miss Louise Servais, of Swarthmore, and Miss Ruth Sor- ore, of Westfield, N. J., wore rust colored gowns and carried yellow Catholic Daughters Hear Rev. F. W. Kelly Twenty-six new members were re- ceived into Court Christina, Catholic .s of America., at a dinner MISS KITA KALONE, TM Lloyd street, this city, whose eiifjaKC- rru'nt to DcMaio, son of Mr. ami -Mrs. Frank DeAlaio, 1208 West Seventh street, this city, has been announced by her father, Salvalore Kaloiie. No date has been selected for the wedding. chrysanthemums colored ribbons. tied with gold The bride's mother chose n. gown of pale green crepe with gold beaded ,rlm and a corsage of rust colored mony after which Mr. Rutan and Ills bride left by plane for Detroit Mich., nnd then came east to At- lantic City, N. J. f KNGAGKMKNTS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylor Bar- tow, of 1418 Brook.sido avenue, Lin- wood, announce the engagement, of their daughter, Ann Marie sncl Wil- liam H. Draper, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Draper, of 14-10 Yatns avenue, Linwood. No date has been selected for the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richard Har- ris, of North Swarthmore avenue, Swarthmore, announced the engage- ment of their daughter, Janet Sitr.- man Harris and John de Moll, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Carl de Moll, of Park avenue, Swarthmore, at. a tea hold nt their home on Sunday after- noon, Oct. 27. Miss Harris is a graduate of M'.il- dlcbury College, Middlebury, Vt. Mr. da Moll was graduated from University in the School of Archi- tecture and served two and a naif years In the U. S. Army Air Corps. The wedding will take place in tne spring. Mr. nnd Mrs. William A. Slexak of 674 Swarthmore avenue, Ridley Park, entertained on Sunday after- noon la honor of the ninth birthday of their son. Guc.sts included: Judj Harris, Bobby Harris, of Lima; Le Gaveti, Bucky Gaveti, of Rldle.l Mundy, George Mundy, Naom Mundy, Mrs. Mary Guest and .son, Frank Adam Gue'st, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rhoad.s and daughter, Betty Mae; Mrs. Mary Arthur Weir, Mary Weir, Dottle Grear, Mrs. Young and son, Billy; Mildred Taft and Mrs. Anna Gross, great grand- other. training xwarits you with place In a profitable distinguished and specialized profession. Possession of a Pennsylvania State Hairdressers' License provides you with .1 lifetime security. All this can be secured with only sir months' training. NE OF THE MOST SI'ACIOUS EQUIPPED -SCHOOLS IX PENNSYLVANIA Sfanicurist Trained in 30 Days Day and Evening Classes POSITIONS GUARANTEED UPON Graduation As an approved school un- der the G. L Bill of Rights we are proud to provide Veterans Uie same train- ing offered civilian men and iconicn. WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF OUR COMFORTABLE SCHOOL For complete information mail this Coupon. pompoms. The mother of the bride- groom was gowned in arnm crepe with purple accessories and wore n corsage of lavendar pompoms. Wlllinm Bell served as best man for his brother and the ushers were William Seholl, brother of the bricie. Robert Shcppard and Philip Shenkle, of Swnrthmore, and Ed- ward Atherton, of Kansas City, Mo. A reception nt the Strath Haven Inn followed the ceremony. The bride attended Bucknell Uni- versity and the groom was gradu- ated from Cornell University and served three years in the U. S. Navy. Following a wedding trip In the Poconos, the young couple will be at home In Wilklnsburg, Pa., where the bridegroom is employed with West- inghouse. Mr. and Mrs., Scholl, the bride's parents, will entertain at dinner on Saturday evening in honor of the couple before they leave on Sunday for their new home. Farms; Kenneth Cucore, Lois Am Cncore, of Sharon Hill; Andrev Pinter, Jr., Marie Pinter, of Mil mont Park; Bobby Schlosbom Bobby Edward Mauro, Jr James Connors, Paul Connors, Gcr aid Connors Allen Brew.ser, Harolc Brcwster, Jr., of Folsom; Jamc Cornelly, Jn.soph Mlchell. Davii Doubet, Patti Davis, Betti Davis, o Ridley Park; Mr. and Mrs. Edwan Bettncr of Marcus Hook; Airs. Mari Harris, of Lima; Mrs. Martin Gavel of Swarthmore; Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin Gaveti, Jr., of Ridley Farms Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pinter, of Mil mont Park; Mr. and Mrs. Georg Cucore, of Sharon Hill; Mrs. Hole Heiner. of Philadelphia; Mr. nn Mrs. Andrew Slezak. Mrs. Christin Cucore, Mrs. Ethel Schlosboom, Mr Mirmn Davis, Mrs. Margaret Msuir of Ridley Park; Mr. and Mrs. Frat Cucorn, of Mllinont Park, and Billy Sieznk. NamB Address Cltj ......State......Phone..... The marriage Grtice Hall, d Charles Stuart Hall, of Mrs. Stella Ersck, of Milmont, was jest of honor last week at a stork lower given by Mr.s. Aline Titer- nce, of Eddystone. Guests were: Irs. John Brxas, Mrs. Ann Brzas, firs. G. Ersek, of Milmont; Mrs. lorence Miller, Mr.s. Irene Welsh, id Icy Park; Mr.s. Ann Titcrance. >lenolden; Mrs. Carrie Bennett, Mrs. Isle Shaw, Mrs. Mary Gaul, Ches- Mr.s. Johnson, Mr.s. Ber- la Thorn, Mrs. Helen Delaricy, F.d- ystone; Mr.s. Evelyn Brans, Mr.s. osephine Evans, Philadelphia; Mr.s. osenh Kwan, Penn Hill. Mrs. William Lllley entertained her were Miss filler Anne Devlin, Mr.s REV. FKANCJS W. KELLY and reception Sunday in St. Robert's Hall. Mrs. Ralph K. Chew, Regent, pre- sided. Aiding Moran, Miss Thomas P. Daly, Mrs. Alexander Glenn, Miss Mildred Wcidel, Miss Rita MacDonald, Mrs. Albert Step- henson, Mrs. Herbert Brent, Mrs Robert Shaw, Mr.s. Edward John- son, Mr.s. Edmund Owsiany, Mrs Frank Preston and Mr.s. John Grant Mi.ss Margaret Gorman, of Stone hurst, wa.s a visiting officer. The dinner wa.s arranged by Mrs John Galdwell, Mrs. LeRoy Laic Mr.s. Phillip Bergdoll and Mrs James Asliby. The Rev. Francis V, Kelly, former chaplain of the famei First Division of Marines in th Pacific, gave the invocation nnd brief talk following dinner. Mi.ss Mary L. Lambert, of Phlla delphia, state secretary of Catholi Daughters, and Mr.s. Prank Jacksor district deputy, also spoke. It was announced lhat member lembers of the 13 YS Club at the local chapter will take a tri jome in Linwood Park recently. I to Washington. D. C., by bus o 'hose present were Miss to visit points of interes lichiirdson, Linwood; Mr.s. William Richardson, Marcus Hook; Miss Booth, Park-side; Mrs. Carl Mr.s. Carl Foreacre, Mr.s. Nor- nan Spiegel, Mrs. Warren Speak- nan, Mrs. Norwood Speakman, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. William and Mrs. James HInkley, Kolaslnskl Photo MRS. K. ZOLADKIEU'ICX, who before her marriage on Sept. 28, was Dorothy T. Markel, oC Ty- rone. Mr. and .Mrs. Xoladkiewicx arc residing at 2709 West Seventh street, this city. of Miss Helen Miss Doris Mekenney was the guest of honor at a surprise miscellaneous shower on Tuesday evening. Oct. 22, jgiven by Miss Marion Parker nnd Miss Chester. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bailey and son, co. of Newark, Del., entertained at dinner at their home on Sunday n honor of Mr. Bniley's birthday. Their guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Coddingley, Mr. and Mr.s. Joseph Williams nnd son, Joseph. Jr., Miss Mary Jane Albertson and Sher- dnn Campbell, of this city; Mr. and vfrs. George Rkldell. of Gynhurst. Del., and Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sardl, of Newark. Mr. and Mr.s. Samuel Dyer Clyde, of Swarthmore nnd Ogclen avenues. Swn.rthm.orc. entertained at a small informal party on Sunday at their home for Dr. and Mr.s. George Hughes, of St. John's Virgin Islands, who have been visiting their nephew and niece. Mr. and Mr.s. Herbert Spackman and Mrs. Hughes' sister, Mrs. Edwin D. Glauser, of Media. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Paul O. GraiT. of 31 Medbury, road. Springhaven, have received telephone calls from their on, Private F. C. Paul O. Graff, Jr., vho arrived in California last Fri- lay, en route to the east coast for lischarge from the U. S. Army. He eturned from the Philippine Islands vliere he has been stationed for over year, nt Bnlnnga.s. Trinity Class Enjoys Masquerade Party The E.M. S. S. class, of Trinity Methodist Sunday School, held its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Lillian Boyd. A Hallowe'en party was featured, as well as a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Mary R. Collins, the English bride of Wil- bur S. Collins, a member of the church. Mrs. Betty Ballinger received the prize for the most original costume. Following a brief business meeting, Hallowe'en Pal gifts were dis- tributed. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Brown. Those present were Mrs. Ethel M. Mitchell, teacher; Mrs. Amber Knox, Mrs. Dorothy Brown, Mrs. Alice Faulkiner, Mrs. Phoebe Bee- son. Mrs. Prances Zebley, Mrs. Elizabeth Ballinger, Mrs. Edith Col- lins, Mrs. Marcy C. Collins and Mrs. Lillian Boyd, nil class mem- bers, and the following guests: Miss Dorothy Childs. Mrs. Thelma Col- lins. Miss Elizabeth Collins and Miss Doris Collins. Rutledge Club Cited For Book Response The Woman's Club of Rutledge received special mention, at the lounty Federation meeting Oct. [or its response to the appeal for looks for the Juvenile Detention Home. Rutledge donated 16 new teen-age books plus several slightly used books, and a gift. This was the largest single donation of any club. Mr.s. Peter Told, president of the Woman's Club of Swarthmore; Mrs. Frank Gray, president of the Woman's Club of Springfield, were hostesses at this meeting. The committee from Rutledge which handled the affair included Mrs. Clayton S. Worrall, who as- sisted the county registrar; Mrs. Frank Tuppeny, Mrs. Roy Marlin and Mr.s. Norman Jones, who helped with the hospitality; Mrs. John Larkin, assisting in flower arrange- ments; and Mrs. John Cochran as- sisting with tickets. Club members attending were Mrs. Leo P. Dolan, Mrs. Richard Battey. Mrs. Charles Zensen, Mrs. John Spackman and Mrs. H. G. Stitely. MISS RUTH MAH WRIGHT. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, of 12 Maple avenue, Trainer, whose engagement to Stewart Chaffee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chaffee, of 1005 An- derson avenue, Lennox Park, is announced by her parents. No date has been selected for the wedding. Girl Scout Troop To Hold Masked Party The Girl Scouts of Troop No. 177, South Chester Methodist Church, will hold a Hallowe'en party Wednes- day evening, in the social hall. Those in charge will be Mrs. William Long, leader, and Mrs. Robert Lamont, Mrs. Joseph Pitale, Mrs Carl Carter, Mrs. Patrick Moletteri and Miss Carrie Cox, troop committee. New Coat With Youngsters If you can recall the embarrass- ment of having forethoughtful par-., ents who always purchased y coats from one to three sizes large, so that you intt you'll welcome the newest idea in outer garments for the small fry. This is "the coat that grows wKh you." Your young shooting star can be as sleek and well-fitted as the best of them; and when he threatens to show gangling knees and wrists, a hidden hem is released, by means of a string. It, won't even cost you a tailor's bill. A view of the interior of the coat doesn't give the secret away, it's so gracefully managed. It's- strongly tailored, too, wilh many grown-up details additig to its value. Fronts of the coats are reinforced with can- like dad's topcoat. This insures a perfect "set." The lapels are blindstitched so that they keep their precise points. A reinforce- ment of tape keeps the seams around the armholes from giving at every childish tug, and the pockets are bartacked to guard against rip- ping, as are the buttonholes. Ridley Park Women Meet At Miller Home The Evening Section of the Wom- an's Club of Ridley Park, met last week at the home of Mrs. Elwood Miller, 747 Braxton avenue, Leedom Estates. Mrs. James Stiles and Mrs. Lowry Glenn were assisting Mothers' Club Board Meets On Wednesday Mrs. Lester M. Keephart, presi- dent of the Chester High School Mothers' Club, has called an execu- tive committee meeting for Wednes- day, pet. 30, at p. rn. The meet- ing will be held in Room No. 304 of the vocational building. All officers, committee chairmen and any members of these com- mittees interested are asked to at- tend the meeting. Important busi- ness will be transacted including ways and means and completion of the program. The regular meeting of the Moth- ers' Club will be held at p. m., Nov. 6, in the same room. The guest speaker will be Ruth Trevarrow, psychologist of the school district. 322 Mills Pa rkwayavent.e, this city. The avenue. North Muskegon, Mich., and Peter Grant Rutan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Palmer Rutan. of 711 Mason avenue. Drexel Hill, took place on Saturday afternoon, Oc- tober 26. at o'clock In the North Muskegon Com m unit y Church. The bride wore a suit of white velvet, a small hat to match with a veil and carried a white velvet mulT with orchids. Her sister, Mr.s. Myron Evans, was her only attendant. She wore a Included: Mrs. Jane Brooks. Miss Edith Rnnkin. Mrs. Mary Morelli, Mrs. Geimv Vlguers, Miss Pegs.v Pel- ton, Miss Stella Rustark, Miss TClsic Miss Ann diPictro, Miss Mary Simpkins, Miss Dora Kachurina Mrs. Margaret Bolgunas, Miss Fran- ces Doasey, Miss Eleanor CawUiorne Miss Theresa Coliberti, Mrs. Frcdn Anderson, Mrs. William Mekenney Mrs. Warren Parker and Mr.s. Ralpl Frank. The marriage of Miss Mekennc> and Ralph Frank. Jr.. will lake placr on Saturday, Nnv. 30, in St. Paul's Births Births Announced Capt. and Mrs. Edward A. Parry, Jr., announce the birth of a son, Edward Albert Parry, 3d, on Oct. 22, in Los Angeles, Calif. Captain Parry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Parry, 1521 Upland street, this city, and now is stationed in Japan. Mrs. Parry is making her home in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. George Shuman, of 503 East Eleventh street, this city, announce the birth of a daughter, Georgianna Susan, on Oct. 23, at their home. Mrs. Shuman is the for- mer Edith Persinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Persinger, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cooper, of 237 Pennsylvania avenue, Crum Creek Manor, announce the birth of a daughter Mary Ann on Oct. 25, in the Chester Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chemycz, of Crockett, Calif., announce the birth of a daughter, Joanne Carole on Saturday, Oct. 19, in the Merrit Hospital, Oakland. Calif. Mr. Chemycz, the son of Mr. and Mr.s. Stefan of this city, is a former Chief Petty Officer in the U. S. Navy, and is now employed in the U. S. Post Office in California. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Biggs, of Rising Sun, Md., announce the birth pf a son, Richard Allen, in the Union Hospital, Elkton, Md., on Friday, Oct. 18. Mrs. Biggs is the former Norma Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown, of 815 Morton avenue, this city. esses. Mrs. Ralph Silknitter, chairman' of the American Home department, arranged the program. She intro- duced Evelyn Trout Applegate, of Pottstown, who discussed antique jewelry and the cutting of precious stones, one of the arts handed down from the ancienU. An accomplished pianist, Mrs. Applegate also played two selections before concluding the program. The next meeting of the group will be held Nov. 14, instead Nov. 7. as announced in the club pro- gram. At that time, the meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Silk- nitter. IMMONDSI 114 WELSH STREET F.DGMONT AVENUE! GREETING CARDS STATIONERY, BOOKS I PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES No Appointment Necessary DUCHESS Thi, Ad OIL WAVE Worth Miss Joanne Reese, of 167 Parkway ntenue, this city, has returned from Wilson College. Chnmbersburg, Pa., where she the guest of Miss Corlnne McDonald. Miss Reese and Miss McDonald attended the Buck- nell-Lafayette football game at Lewlsburg. St. Madeline's Players Club of Rid- ley Park, will hold a Hallowe'en party for young men nnd women of Lansdowne Mothers To Meet Wednesday Lansdowne Mothers In Council will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. Merrit Randall, 111 West Stratford avenue, at 2 p. m. It is important that all members attenc: this meeting, since an amendment to tlie by-laws will be voted upon. The afternoon program of music will feature Mrs. Marlin E. Grub as eader: Mrs. C. Gordon Milbourne ocalist; Mrs. Joyce Zimmerman lolinist, and Mrs. S. E. Van Sciver )ianist. Members are requested to bring t Chester Hospit.il: James and Blanche tansbury. 24D Green street, Marcus ook. a son. Oct. 25. DE Bernard and Kath- en De Antonio. 610 Pulton street, a on. Oct. 25. Donald and Helen arrelly, 1800 Edgmont svenne, a nughter, Oct. 25. CLARK To Walter and Carolyn lark. 72 Rosalie Inne, Green Ridge, a on. Oct. 25. Ben and Dolores Brookman, 2219 Madison street, a nughter. Oct. 25. Robert and ,lane Cooper, 37 Pennsylvania avenue, Garden City. green velvet suit with a matching Protestnnt Episcopal Church; hat and veil and her corsage was of autumn (lowers. Mr. Rutan wns best, mnn for his son and Robert Pritchard and Max IDilUngham both of North Irene Kyrinko-s. Miss Georgi- ana. Kyrinkos and Mrs. Helen Rvidd. the parish at. 9 o'clock tonight. Dancing and Hallowe'en games have been planned. John T. Price, of 110 Worrell street, this city, celebrated his eightieth birthday at his home on Sunday. A Hallowe'en party wa.s given on Sunday, by Mi.ss Mary Kyriakos, gon were the ushers. A reception at the home of the bride's mother followed the cere- 111 CHESTER BEAUTY ACADEMY Club Calendar ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING RINGS ARKET ST.. CHESTER City Center PHOXE 2-7G53 BEAUTY CULTURE daughters, of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kyriakos, of 208 Yarnall street, this city. Guests included: Helen Kirl- fldis. George Sullivan. Irene Miller, James Kyriakas, Pauline Sfakianos, Chris Nocolaides, Gus Pahtdes. Mary Kirifltlis. Nick Kyriakos. Helen Nico- la ides, John Samara, Nick Miller. Steve Pahiries Vr.neta Miller Gus (Mitchell, Anita Pahido.s. Jerry Sitl- jlivnnt. Helen Hury. Stanley'Mou- slnkas, Frannie Kruze] John Nico- Inides. Jimmy Orbono. Marion Mil- ler. JOP Rodgers. and George NKO- Inides. Mr.s. Rudd will leave shortly to join her husband in Sacramento Calif. Joan Bennett, dausshtrr of Mr. and Mrs. Snmtiel Jame.s Bennett was given n surprise birthday party re- cently at the home of her grand- mother. Mrs. Rc.se Zueger. 3502 West Third street. Trainer. Those attend- ]ing were: Billy Wolownikwy, Mrs. Sarah Mundy. grandmother: Beulah "Vaca- Media Woman's Cliih: tion and Gambolings." 2 p. m. Cards, gnmcs and a social hour. Swarthmore Woman's Club: Animal Needlework Guild ex- hibit. Ten and exhibition of articles. 2 to 4 p. m. Lansdowne Mothers In Cpim- oil: Meeting at the home of Mr.s. C. M. Randall. Ill West Strntford avenue. 2 p. m. program follows busi- ness meeting. Co.iilury Club of Norwood: Com- bined senior nnd Junior board meeting, at thr home of Mr.s. Rose Boyle. 200 Mohawk avc- nue. 8 p. m. heir canned goods for the Thanks iving baskets at this time. On Thursday, Nov. 7, the club lembers and their friends will tou plant, in Camden, N. J. Thos ntcrested will meet in Sixty-nmtl Street Terminal at 9.15 a. m. Th rovip is also planning to sponso he Treble Clef Chorus, on Nov. 25 n the Presbyterian Church a -ansdowne. daughter, Oct. 25. YONNER To Martin TSlahie PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED Carefully Correctly Efficiently Bullock's Eugene Creme Oil Permanent Comp. 5.95 Comp. Roux Hair _ __ Dyeing 2.95 Whole Head (1 set) Complete Darby Salon 090 MAIN ST., DARBY, PA. flione Darhy Open Mem., Thurs.. 9 to 9; Daily 9 to 6 720 Parker St. Z-2319 Marriage Licenses for Tnarrlnge were mnde by the fo'.lowtns at of- Masquerade Dance To Be Held At Oakview A gala. Masquerade- Dance will 1 held in St. Charles school hall. Oak- view. Friday evening. Nov. 1. .Judge of the grand march, which will be held at 10 p. m., is Joe Grady_ of the "flSO Grand prizes will be awarded for fancy, comic, and most original costumes. All persons of high school age or older arc invited. L. McNulty. spir- son. Oct. 28. it vial director, nnd the mothers of! (tvnr i the parish, are being assisted by the following committee: Claire Hughr.s. Ruth McShane, Bernie Maher. Peg Galten. Dolores Guinan. Marynnne Keenan. Joan Werner. Renec, Alber. Apncs Dugan. Bill Burke. Ed Maher. Prank Wellman, Yonner. 301. Grounsell a (laugh- er. Oct. 25. Norman Rtid Anne Mnrgolis. 353 Ulrlch street, twin ers. Oct. 26. William and Caro- Ine Koboszka. 3417 West, Third street. a daughter. Oct. 26. George Riicl Marlon Williams. 617 Welsh street, R son, Oct. '6 William and Mary Bailey, 234 Enst. Fifth street. B. son. Oct. 27. Horace nnd Anne Mc- Clnln HO Ronaldson street. Moytnn, R daughter. Oct. 27. Lovett and Marguerite Cottmnn, 1718 West Front street, a son. Oct. 27. Robert nnd Delia Bunel. 1005 Uplnnd street. H daughter. Oct. 27. ZIMMER To William and Frances Zlmmer. 226 Enst Fourteenth ft son. Oct. 28. Joseph and Esther .TaxvoTsky, 707 JclTrey street, a daughter. Oct. 28. At Cror.er Itospital: John and Amelia Pra.lt. 400 Lane J. Upland, a son, Oct. 26. Richard and Marian Miller. 212 East Roland road. Parkside. a daughter. Oct. 2fi. William and Anna Ko- sek, 2EW7 West Ninth street, a daugh- ter. Oct. 26. .lames and Alberta Ncwbert, 2301 Broomall street. Ridley Park, a son. Oct. 28. At Taylor Hospital: Joseph and Jennie Greto. of 1303 Lewis street, Crum Lynne, a A Name to Remember LOU SAN BEAUTY SALON for Long Lasting: Natural Looking: Permanent Waves Cold Wavi up Feather Cut SI.00 Styled for you by Mr. Lewis LOU SAN BEAUTY SALON 608 Sproul St. Phone 2-9139 ICE CREAM Enjoy freih bononoJ in BANANA fw RUMMAGE SALE r.lYKN HV TI1K WOMEN'S SENIOR BOARD OF CROZER HOSPITAL S TO -I T. M. THURSDAY Jt KR1OAY AT WEST 3R1> STKKKT. CHKSTKR ------I fleer of ArtVuir P. Brrtherlck. register of wills. Bt Mcd'.n. Edwnrcl Windsor. 30. B06 Uplnnd street I KHralH'th B. Parker. 2S. SH Upland; .slirct. both of Chesier j .Tixsoph J. O'Reilly. 30. -i3 Fnlrviow I nvemir. nnri T. 2S. 329 nrcMdwivj- avenue, both of Cltfion i iHelgm.5. 1 .lohn A. 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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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