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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - March 10, 1948, Biddeford, Maine Page eight. The weather Portland March Ion weather forecast for Portland and Vicinity partly Cloudy and colder tonight with lowest temperature near 15 degrees in the City and to degrees in the suburbs. Fair and colder thursday. Much colder thursday night. Highest temperature thursday near 25 degrees winds gentle northwesterly tonight and thursday. Lowest overnight temperatures Caribou 22 Eastport. 29 Greenville i Bangor 5 rum Ford 3 Portland 24 it. Washington. 9 Boston. 34 Concord i new York. 3 5�?T Washington 33. Biddeford daily journal Biddeford Maine wednesday evening March to 1948 new heating systems and plumbing. Free estimates. Write advertiser p. O. Box no. 1s64, Portland Maine. Income tax service accounting and auditing Wilfrid j. Fortier notary Public 55 Sullivan St. Tel. 2383-m or 5590 wanted used sewing machines drop head Only any make Singer sewing Center 258 main St. A Tel. 3180 notice Export watch repairing .1 Day service Roland a jewelry a. It Kilts it a i Alfred St. �?~36 Dodge 4 or. transportation easy terms Mill City Chevrolet co. Tel. 1420 Good used tires Good used tubes Good retreading Chain Headquarters Leeds 48-50 Washington phone 457 Lee Bodwell prop. Shovel and Bulldozer work Loam gravel screened gravel loaded at pit or delivered Emile Drouin 50 Forest St., City Tel. 3289 Bulldozer and shovel work new machines Asphalt driveways Grenier Bros. 323 Pool Road Tel. 1320 or 465-w Daly Bros. Bedding co. Five Points custom upholsterers and mattress makers Tel 1154-mk Barbara Marden Saco Bride of Edward Taylor in a Lovely Winter wedding held saturday evening March 6, at 7 30 in the United Baptist Church in Saco miss Barbara m. Marden daughter of or and mrs. J Victor m. Maiden Buxton Road. Saco. Became the Bride of Edward e. Taylor son of or. And mrs. J Harold Taylor of the Louden i Road Saco. In a setting of snap dragons and White candelabra the double l ing ceremony was performed by the Rev. Paul Barker. Mrs. Mary Hill was at the Organ and mrs. Helen Grant bail vocal Soh it it Ane. I love you truly and o Promise my. The Bride who was Given in marriage by her father wore a gown of Ivory Slipper Satin fashioned with a tulle Yoke and a Long train. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a Cap of illusion lace and Orange blossoms. She carried a Cascade of White brides i roses with ribbon streamers. Tile Bride chose As her Only attendant mrs. Richard Butler. The Matron of Honor wore a gown of Aqua taffeta with Matching gauntlets and a Halo of Pink roses for headdress. She carried an Arm bouquet of Pink roses. Tin1 bridegroom had As his Best Man his brother Robert w. Taylor and the Ushers were Whitman Butler brother of the Groom and Roger Mai Den brother of the Bride. Mrs. Marden Mother of the Bride wore a dress of Blue crepe with lace inserts a Matching Straw hat. And a Corsage of american Beauty roses. Mrs. Taylor Mother of the bridegroom wore a dress of Black crepe Black hat with Pink trim and a Corsage of Pink roses. Following the ceremony the reception was held in the vestry of the Church with 125 guests in attendance. Mrs. Wallace Alex j under was in charge of the guest Book and mrs. Daniel Costa of Westerly in i., was in charge of the gift display. The vestry was decorated with snap dragons. Mrs. Harold Whitaker of Brookline mass., Cut and served the wedding cake. Assisting in serving were miss Ruth Biggar. Miss Mary Mcgrath miss Rachel Nev eur mrs. Norman Morin mrs. William Johnston mrs. Bernard Dodge and miss Nellie Closson of i Brookline mass. On the ii return from a wed i Ding trip to new York the Young couple will reside at the Home of the brides parents. For travel i ing tile Bride wore a Brown dress. Lur coat and Forest Green accessories. The Bride a Well known vocal soloist is a graduate of Thornton Academy and is employed As a Teller at the Biddeford savings Bank. The Groom is also a graduate of i Hornton Academy and served in i United states army overseas world War ii. He is employed Saco Lowell shops. Al town guests included mrs. Art our Thayer Edwin and Harold Thayer Oxford or. And mrs. Jasper Whitman Mechanic Falls or. And mrs. J. Richard Whitman. Or. And mrs. Joseph e. Whitman Westbrook mrs. Add Taylor Kennebunkport mrs. B. A1. W Hitman. Miss Katherine Whitman old Orchard Beach or. And mrs. Elwyn t. Kicker Portland or. And mis. Ernest l. Bainton Melrose mass., or. And mrs Walter Johnson Randolph mass mrs. Estelle Taylor miss Edith Taylor Roxbury mass. Mrs. Edward Cochran Harold Whitaker Brookline mass. And Daniel Costa Westerly r. I. Beach and local property sold two sales were announced today by the George h Boutin real estate Agency. Jacques Dupont Prospect Street has purchased a five room House on Winter Street old Orchard Beach from Paul Daigle of Saco and plans to make his Home there. Alfred and alphonsine Fecteau of Gertrude Avenue this City have purchased a new six room House on Vincent Avenue for a Home. Raymond Albe of Hill Street was the former owner. Married in Saco Saco Alliance makes plans for Hobby exhibit the members of the Alliance of the second Parish unitarian Church of Saco Are sponsoring a Hobby show and Tea at the Parish House tuesday. March 16, Between 3 and 5 of clock. The committee in charge of the event has already obtained several of the leading hobbyists of the two cities and neighbouring communities to make displays of their prize exhibits. Other hobbyists who have not been contacted and desiring to enter displays of their favorite pursuits Are requested to immediately communicate with any member of the committee in charge. The Public is cordially invited to the show admission to which will be a Small fee. All visitors Are invited to be guests at the Tea to be served immediately after the show. Members of the Hobby display committee Are miss Katharine a. Deering chairman mrs. Clara Sutherland mrs. Janet Fenderson mrs. Mildred St Hawkes. Refreshment committee members Are mrs. Florence Willson chairman mrs. Ethel Libby mrs. Inez Twambley mrs. Irene Libby. Mrs. Esther Emmons. Mrs. Louise Reed. Mrs. Katherine l. Rumery and mrs. Eva Sherman. These committees Are to be supplemented by the other Alliance members who Are to serve As the hospitality committee for the afternoon. Daughters of Ruth meet the daughters of Ruth of the first universalist Church met at the Home of mrs. Harry d. Caldr Wood 293 Elm Street tuesday afternoon for their regular business session. Miss Grace Goodwin president presided. During the business period a Brief discussion was held Oyer the selection of dates for coming annual events on the social Calendar of the society. Dates As l signed for the affairs were listed1 hostesses for the afternoon As follows dessert Bridge april were mrs. Calderwood. Mrs. Eva 121 food Sale Friday May 14 Hooper and mrs Inez Briggs. The a Harvest dinner wednesday Nev. Next meeting will be held in the i to Christmas fair wednesday Parlours of the Church vestry dec. I. Tuesday March 23. For reliable courteous taxi service Call 2425 Fleming a 198 main Street Saco 1915 Nichols amp co. 1948 its our 33rd. Anniversary and As we promised we Are celebrating with special offerings through this month. A three Day Sale event thursday a Friday a saturday March 11 March 12 March 13 lady Pepperell sheets at special anniversary prices sizes 63x99�?anniversary price.$2.37 sizes 72x108�?anniversary price.$2.67 sizes 81x99�?anniversary price.$2.67 sizes 81x108�?anniversary price.$2.87 sizes 42x38%�?pillow cases.67 All first Quality buy these now and save at least 15�?~. Three Days and three Days Only at the above prices. Mail and phone orders taken new store hours our store will he opened saturday evening beginning saturday March 19th. Or. And mrs. Edward f. Taylor sea scouts get Lapel emblems presentation of Lapel sea scout pins was made to several Crew members of the s. S. S. Wasp at a meeting in Pepperell Hall tuesday night. Receiving the pins were Bob Verrall Kevin Blady Robert Monroe James Rankin. Andrew Scontras Warren Harriman Eddie Myers. Dick thimble Herbert Elwell Albert Elwell Harold Welch and Maynard Welch. Raymond e. Ouellette first mate who is leaving for school this week was presented with a going away present. During the meeting practice periods were held on first Aid in a r c ii i ii a Quarter Inastri ing Bells and watches. Crew business was taken up and plans for a movie w hich the ship will Spon-1 Sor in april were discussed. It was announced that any persons who wish to attend a meeting Al the ship May do so any tuesday night at Pepperell Hall. Saco couple is observing Silver wedding or. And mrs. Robert Strickland j of 67 Bradley Street Saco Are quietly observing their 25th wedding anniversary today. Or. Strickland the first assistant Engineer of the Saco fire department is employed in the Saco Lowell shops of this City. Mrs. Strickland is the former 1 Margaret e. Lombard of this City. Easter fashions at Pinardo a tonight Biddeford p. I. A. Meeting High school auditorium at 7 30 p. M. Program South Biddeford choir group singing discussion refreshments program chairman. Mrs. Robert Johnson All interested parents and teachers cordially invited i wrecker service anything any time anywhere no Job too Small or too Large Paul a motor sales Tel. 2430-m announcement re opening May a Beauty lounge 95 High St., Saco Tel. 2705-w houses foe Sale Ocean Fark avk., old Orchard Beach also known As Temple ave Pai l Daigle general contractor 25 Lawn ave., Saco four and five room insulated Homes Bath hot water Furnace cemented cellar. Lovely location for a Home. Prices $6,000 $6,200 $6,600 g. I. Or non a. I. George h. Boutin real estate insurance 358 main St., Biddeford Tel. 77 Gabrielle a Beauty Salon special a genuine Oil permanent including hair Cut shampoo and set for Only $3.50 Tel. Imm u 164 main St. General electric wanted too and big makers apply general electric co. Employment office main St., Somersworth n. H. Special permanent $3.50 Complete machine less $5.50 up Oil shampoo and wave $1.00 Goudreau a Beauty Salon Tel. 1808 26 Alfred St. We specialize in permanent waving hair styling Al branches of Beauty culture Geraldine a Beauty Salon 33 Crescent St., Biddeford for appointment Tel. 3077-w we make keys while you wait 15c and 20c rays hardware 30-32 water St., Biddeford Tel. 2720 Carpenter new construction repair work Stanley Leonard Tel. Old Orchard 185-13 clearance Sale our entire Stock of groceries and canned goods come get your share of the Money saving values tremendous savings to you everything goes at 10�c below Cost come and get it amount on hand limited for Sale by Illint a office fixtures a i a ton Ford Van truck Sunrise food company wholesale grocers it Scammon St. Tel. 1312 Saco. Maine lady be pretty in this Moi beguiling suit. Whistle waisted and disarmingly feminine in gabardine and worsted sharkskin see these gorgeous Donna Louise blouses in a Large assortment of sizes colors and styles. Get one for easter to Wear with that new suit. 5.95 in 100% Wool Doe skin suede hot everything to bring out your new look in All Soring pastel shades. We now have a Complete new Stock of lady America suits Coats and toppers in a Large variety of sizes colors and styles priced from $18.95 to $47.95, in Covert gabardine Shetland and sharkskin. See our Large selection of dresses from $5.95 to 23.95�?skirts $5.95 to $8.95 a raincoats $18.95 to $23.95�?wedding gowns $28.95 to $79.95�?wedding veils $10.95 to $23.95�?bridesmaid, maid of Honor evening gowns $18.95 to $35.95 our new policy better merchandise at lower prices we invite you to open an account with us. A Small Down payment and the balance in Small weekly or monthly payments. No red tape no waiting ladies apparel 277 main Street Biddeford Maine phone 70 no charge for Al fration on merchandise Over $12.95 once a customer at Pinardo a always customer a the store of Quality and lower prices where the Best dressed women shop from now to easter our store will open on saturday nights till 9

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