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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Biddeford, Maine Doloes wedding pc to of thu Golden bedding to Kcf a net nut blended whiskey pfc Oro was a w Biddeford dab y journal Biddeford me. Monday evening june 29, 1953 Page five Kennebunk mrs. Edmund Cashen dial 5-2174 miss Dorothy Barden has concluded her first year of study at the University of Missouri and is at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Frank w. Barden for the summer recess. Rogers Fibre inc. On water Street Here closed on Friday night for the annual week of july 4th vacation. All employees who have worked there for a year received a weeks vacation pay. Miss Shirley Marsh third Grade teacher at Waltham mass., is spending the summer vacation with her parents or. And mrs. William Marsh Storer Street. Or. And mrs. Frank w. Barden and family summer Street left saturday to spend the summer at their cottage at Sebago Lake. A Well baby clinic will be held wednesday afternoon Only 1st at the Public health association offices to Storer Street from 3 to 5 p. In. A physician will be in charge for physical examinations inoculations and vaccinations j or. And mrs. Armand Gagnon and family Norvel and Nancy of Bristol Conn., were guests saturday of or. And mrs. Eugene Lewia at their Landing Home. Miss Edna Hubbard returned to her Home at Kennebunk Beach on sunday after being a surgical patient for the past week at the Webber Hospital. She is reported As coming along very nicely. Linwood Nedeau of High Street is reported As coming along nicely Aller submitting to an appendectomy at the York Hospital last Friday evening. Week end guests at the Home of or. And Lewia at West Kennebunk included or. And mrs. John fanning and sons William and Harry of Danvers mass. Mrs. June Busboy of Milford Conn. A la John Perry serving in the la. S. Air forces stationed at Newberg n. Visiting for a few Days at the Lewia Home Are or. And mrs. Samuel Perry and daughter Nancy Lee and mrs. John Miller and daughter Kathleen All of Skow Hegan. Harry Hanscom of the cat Moussam Road is a patient at the osteopathic Hospital in Portland for a few Days. Shower at Brown Home Kennebunk a Stork Shower was Given last wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Keith Brown. Winier Street Kennebunk in Honor of mrs. Walter Graham Norma Thompson of Winthrop mass. Hostesses were mrs. Keith Brown mrs. Carl Greaser and mrs. Stella waterhouse. The rooms were attractively decorated in Pale Green and yellow. The gifts were presented to the guest of Honor in a baby Carriage also decorated in the same pastel shades. Following Tho opening of gifts refreshments were served including a cake prettily decorated in Green and yellow with miniature baby Bassinet As a Centrepiece made by mrs. Grahams aunt mrs. Stella waterhouse. Guests present were the guest of Honor mrs. Graham her Mother mrs. Charles Thompson mrs. David Mccullough mrs. Charles Cole mrs. Nancy Hatch mrs. Robert Perry mrs. John Joy mrs. David Lank mrs. Reginald Harford mrs. Florence Noury mrs. Hugh Smirk mrs. Carl Tarr mrs. Kenneth Hutchins mrs. Georgic Cordis mrs. Arlene Johnston miss Nancy Noury miss Gertrude Simpson miss Rose Deveux miss Pauline de Veau and the hostesses mrs. Brown mrs. Greaser and mrs. Waterhouse. Sending gifts but unable to attend were mrs. Keith Littlefield mrs. Norman Wiggin. Mrs. Jane Simpson mrs. Virgil Green mrs. Raymond Clark mrs. Harold of Brien miss Sonia Barker my mrs. Veronica clinic at Kennebunk Friday july 24 the first in a series of preschool clinics was held Friday afternoon at the Public health association offices Storer Street with or. J. Robert Downing As the examining physician. Mrs. Lawrence Cheever dental hygienist examined the children a Teeth. They were assisted by the Public health nurse. Miss Alice Gibson. R. N. Mrs. Ernest Cartwright. Mrs. George Whittier mrs. Donald Pearson miss Mary l. Goodwin and mrs. Harold Bourne. The next clinic will be held on Friday july 24. Tips for teens by Elinor Williams you be had a Date and its time to say Quot goodnight Quot at your door. To kiss or not to kiss that a the Date time question in this letter Quot i have known a boy for one year and he has asked me for a Date. I done to know whether to kiss him goodnight or not since he has been to the same parties i have. I have skated with him and he has asked me to ride with him and i have accepted. Is it proper to kiss him on the first Date Quot girls agree that its better not to kiss on the first Date. It would make you seem too eager too easy to kiss. The Best Way to Reluse without hurting his feelings and discouraging More dates with him is to say a not this time or a after All this is our first Date. Quot kisses Are a sign of real affection a sign that you think the boy is really extra special. They re not just something that go with every Date after the first one. They re not a Way of saying a thank you Quot for dates either. So Why not keep your dates on a Friendly fun basis for a while to see How much you like Tach other before you think of kissing you la to glad if you do. And you la find that popularity does no to depend on kisses so Don t believe that worn out old line. For a leaflet on personality problems write to Elinor Williams it this paper enclosing a stumped self addressed envelope its not glamorous but its necessary. To a do something Quot about unwanted hair on your face upper lip arms or legs. A recent column Here suggested Lour types of hair removers. But if the growth of unwanted hair that bothers you is not very thick perhaps ifs better to make it less noticeable by bleaching it instead of removing it. In Many cases making it colourless makes it inconspicuous. How at some cosmetics counters there a a prepared bleach that you can buy ready to use. Most Beauty shops can also do the Job for you. To bleach unwanted hair yourself at Home unless your skin is usually sensitive you la need White Henna powder 20 per cent peroxide the usual peroxide for Home use is not effective and a few drops of ammonia. The first two can usually be bought at drug stores. Put some of the White Henna powder in a dish not plastic. Moisten it with enough peroxide to form a paste. Add a few drops of ammonia mixing thoroughly. Spread the paste on the hair. Let it remain there until dry at least 20 minutes. Remove it with Cool water. If the hair is very dark another application May be necessary to remove All color from it. Repeat if necessary. After removing the paste completely rub a creamy lotion hand lotion will do on the skin gently to prevent dryness or an itchy feeling. For free tips on the Correct care of dry hair with Dandruff Send a stamped self addressed envelope to Elinor Williams at this paper Biddeford 2g5 main St. Kennebunk 7 main St. Saco 188 main St. Kennebunkport Seaward a Stor Kennebunkport Man arrives in Japan with the first cavalry div. In Japan sgt. William a. Redmond. Son of Clarence a. Redmond Kennebunkport me., recently arrived in Japan and has been assigned to the first cavalry division. Redmond a Mechanic entered the army in october 1943, and was stationed at Camp drum n. Y., before his overseas assignment. As part of the u. S. Security forces in Japan the first cavalry division is constantly undergoing intensive Field training. The division was rotated from Korea in late 1951 after 17 months of club to meet at 00b masonic Hall a regular meeting of the mosaic club will be held tuesday evening at 7 30 of clock at the new masonic Hall West grand Avenue. Members of min Wanca chapter order of the Eastern Star have been invited to attend the meeting and inspect the at banquet Hyman finn a past Chancellor commander of Munjoy Lodge knights of pythias Portland a member of that order for 48 years was tendered a testimonial banquet at the Lafayette hotel old Orchard Beach sunday evening. Finn who is the honorary prelate and oldest member of the Lodge received several gifts and citations in behalf of offices he has filled and services contributed to the knights of Fath is during his membership including the Golden hour clock award. This award has been made on Only few occasions to any member in this country. The toastmaster was Earl Brand Portland. Principal speakers included past chancellors Max Serlick and Morris Greenman. Charles Punsky headed the committee of children leave for Camp Donna Cockerille Jean Mooers Janice Al Ling Wood Dawn Daly and Eugene Wyman pupils of the Washington a nue old Orchard Beach methodist Church sunday school left sunday morning to attend the methodist summer Camp at Lake Narrows Winthrop Dawn Daly and Eugene Wyman for one week and the others for two weeks. The sunday school is paying one half of the expense for one week. They were taken to the Camp by superintendent John Bragoon mrs. Bradeen and Daugn ters Glenna and Alice or. And mrs. Richard Doe and sons Howard and Donald and or. And mrs. Stillman Gilbert and sons Wayne and Douglas who spent the Day at the Lake. Alice Bradeen visited her grandmother in Portland for the Day sunday. Fatal Highway Accident at Ogunquit sunday another woman seriously Hurt a a motor vehicle mishaps claimed two lives and caused injury to several persons yesterday in Maine. Mrs. Evelyn v Mot 53, of Portland was killed in a Headon crash of the Veinot automobile and that of Harold g. Merrill of Portsmouth n in tic associated press report d. The u. S. Route i collision a or. And mrs. Hanscom arc honeymooning at Ste. Agatha Quebec can. Indian train dispute Safford ,/p>�?Tho people of to Eastern Arizona towns Are battling to keep the historic a Gila Tomahawk Quot running. The Tomahawk is the Only j passenger train Between Globe and Bowie Ariz. Tho Arizona corporation commission granted the request of the Southern Pacific co. To discontinue the passenger service. Eastern arizonans say they will go to court unless the commis-1 a Don reconsiders. Apache indians Are especially anxious to keep the Tomahawk chugging across their reservation. Under a Long standing agreement they ride free within the boundaries of their tribal area. Stop thief Salem up a a what Are a Gonna do a a Public official asked. He told police officers that a sign had been placed on Derby wharf warning All and sundry against destruction of Public property. Someone stole the sign journal ads Ark a a newsy happiest blend Iii our 50 year mile North of Ogunquit. In injured Merrill a Beatrice 53, and Cut and five other persons. Other accidents seventeen month old d. Green of Lincolnville was killed in the drive Way of his Home by his fathers truck. Deanna Gavett 3l>, of Portland fell out of an automobile in West Winthrop and Waho. Vitalized in Lewiston. Cornish youth is wounded in Korea the department of defense today announced that army Pri vate first class Stanley la. Cahill son of or. And mrs Charles e. Cahill of 74 Federal Street Cornish has been wounded in action in Korea. York Beach raising fund for Winter Chapel a drive has Ben started at York Beach to raise Money to support a Winter Chapel for the Star of the sea Church. Plans were Dis used at a meeting of Tho Stella Maris modality at the Home of mrs. Frank Coupe. The Rev. Neil a. Burke attended. A fair will be held july 25 on the Church grounds. Other events in that week will be held. Mrs. Robert Jenison president of the modality has invited summer residents to join the modality and assist during the Campaign week. The next Moi Ting of the group will be held at the Long Beach Home of mrs. D. T. Meskill on july 14. Masses Are held at the Star of the sea Church every sunday at 7, 9, to and la a. In. A Hanscon Durgin wedding at Binghamton n. Or. And mrs. Bertram Hanscom of the Heath Road Kennebunk Are announcing the marriage of their son. Leslie to miss Marion Durgin of Binghamton. N. Y., on monday june 22. Mrs. Hanscom is a graduate of Connecticut College for women in the class of 50. Or. Hanscom graduated from Yale University in the class of �?T49. He is employed in Brooklyn n. In u. S. Cities go to 80 per cent of traffic fatalities Are pedestrians. 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