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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - August 30, 1955, Albuquerque, New Mexico August 30, 1955ALBUQUERQUE JOURNALMaugham Play Opens Tonight At Summerhouse GUESTS OF HONOR: Miss Mary Anderman and her fiance, Albert Anella, were guests of honor at a dinner party last Saturday given by Mr. and Mrs. Hannes H. Parnegg, 2240 Campbell Rd. NW*. for members of the future wedding party and members of the family. Miss Anderman and Mr. Anella will be married Wednesday in the home of the bride-elect s parents. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Anderman, Rio Grande Blvd. NW. Here for the dinner party from out of town were Miss Anderman s brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. George G. Anderman. of Casper, Wyo., and Mr. Anella s sisters. Miss Rita Anella and Mrs. Peter D'Alessandro, who arrived from New York. Pictured, left to right, are Mrs. Parnegg, Mr Anella, Miss Anderman, and Mr. Parnegg._(Staff photo) September Ceremonies Planned pounce the approaching I -    Priscilla,    to Albino Busta- mante Jr., whose parents live at I\ ..    ;    I 1 'ik* ,    schools ployed with the Los Alamos Mrs. Priscilla Gutierrez    Scientific    Laboratory, will be    a •—-—-— senior at Notre Dame University Stone ornaments carved in the this fall. shape of beetles were used by Ti e couple will exchange the ancient Egyptians as good vows Sept. 5 at 9 a rn. in cere-charms.    (monies at    St. Anns Church. Grissoms At Home In Virginia JAMA DOLL FEEDBAG FASHION PARIS SHOE STORES DANCING FOOTW CAR Black Leather Grey Suede. 8.B* Irti Mrs. LaEavre Return* To Home in Farmington Mrs. George LaFavre and son, Stevie, of Farmington have returned from California where she attended the wedding of her niece, Miss Ann Colosimo, and John Garner at Garberville. Calif., and visited her brother, Harry Johanesen, editor of the International News Service Bureau in San Francisco. for barefoot joy and high-fashion flattery.,. Mrs. Taylor Visit* Mr. and Mr*. Morelock Mrs. May F. Taylor, state president of the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic of California, stopped over en route from a national convention in TO MEET FOR COFFER Orpha Circle of the First Methodist Church will meet for coffee at 9.30 a.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. W. D. Schad, 3200 Alvarado NE. So soft, to light, to flexible. No cosier way to go from daytime to datetime. CAMP SURGICAL GARMENTS TO MEET FOR Ll NI HEON Senior Citizens Council will meet at IS noon today at che dub house, IHS F*isa NW, for a covered-disn luncheon, to be followed by bridge and canasta PARADIS (platinum) SWS to SOM Black Suede 7.BJ Fitted by an expert of long experience, no obligation. (Doctors’ prescriptions filled) We maleteie Ceaips safyested retell pricesAn tv ne Corset Shop in 4* st. NW Cart*!*!* Secret feeeiarsJulio Jock School STUDINTS ISING ACCIPTI0 tm Uvas" Xitwwnr    "caw '"‘sic T%r^i*iu. Bin**" IM YAU SIY®, s* JeuJelrqC MI Central Ave. BWuptown 1701 CENTRAL EAST open Tuesday nights 'HI 9 PMdowntown 107 CENTRAL WEST open Monday night! 'til 9 PM ;