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Chicago Garfieldian (Newspaper) - July 17, 1947, Chicago, Illinois
Social Active Page 12�?the Garfield an miss Posey is Bride of j. L. Murphy n Milt m v Juhik i n a to m a Ehert Phat to it or. Avd mrs. J. P. Mahoney miss Anna Marie Gallagher daughter of mrs. Thomas j. Gally Cher. 5024 Quincy was Given in marriage by her Uncle Michael j. Gallagher when she recently became the Bride of Joseph p. Mahoney. The ceremony was performed at resurrection Church by the it. Rev. Msgr. William j. Gorman assisted by the Rev. J. J. Howard. For her wedding the Bride wore a White Satin gown w Ith a net Yoke trimmed with pearls. Her soft French illusion veil fell from a beaded Satin Crown. She carried a bouquet of White Calla lilies with delphiniums tied on Satin streamers. Miss Gallagher a attendants were miss Ann burn., maid of Honor and miss Mary Frances stack and miss Anita Mahoney bridesmaids. All were dressed in Blush Rose crepe dinner gowns they wore crowns of Blue Iris and earned Blue Iris bouquets. Mahoney son of or. And mrs. D. J. Mahoney 347 s. Cicero had As his attendants hts two Broth ars Denis j. And William f., and Dennis j. Doyle. A breakfast for 25 guests was nerved after the ceremony at the Grasmere hotel. Later a recep j lion for 500 guests was held at the american legion Hall. 546 n. Parkside. The couple left for a wedding journey to the Ozark mountains and Eureka Springs Ark. They Are now at Home at 5024 Quincy. Or. Avd mrs. E. M. Ahern continued from Page 1> George Peper and Thomas a. Wood Ushers. Following the ceremony a breakfast was held at the Grasmere hotel. The Groom son of mrs. John j. Ahern of Wheaton is Secretary of the Chicago Post office clerks association and a clerk at the Garfield Park Post office. He was graduated from Crane technical High school and attended Crane Junior College and the Chicago Academy of Fine arts. An sex sergeant of chemical warfare intelligence with the air corps he saw service in England France and Germany. Moose meeting the next regular meeting of i Garfield chapter no. 455, women of the Moose will be held at 8 30 pm. Thursday tonight at 1508 n. Crawford. The chapter development program for live coming year will be discussed and All members Are urged to be present. In a recent All White wedding held at St. Peter Canisius Church. Miss Ceceliama Posey daughter of or. And mrs. Richard w. Posey 5452 Potomac became the Bride of John Lawrence Murphy jr., son of or. And mrs. John l Murphy Hilltop farm Roseville end late of Oak Park. The ceremony was performed before an altar decorated with White Gladioli. Roses and peonies by the Rev. Edward Mcdonnell of our lady of Victory Church. The Bride was dressed in a White Satin gown with a net Yoke and Bustle Back. Her veil of White net was edged with lace and fell from a Pearl Crown. Miss Posey carried a bridal bouquet of White roses entered with a White Orchid. Attending the Bride were miss Irene Keane maid of Honor and the misses Marilyn arado. Betty Hagen and Beverlee Streedain bridesmaids. The attendants Are ail i Beta Phi sorority Sisters of miss Posey. Murphy asked George Hayes to be his Best Man. And his brother Thomas. Charles Gavin and John m. Tarkington of Birmingham mich., to be Ushers. A breakfast was served for 60 guests in the mural room of the Bismarck hotel and at 8 . A reception for 250 friends was held. The couple then left on a honeymoon trip to a Lodge at Waupaca. Wis. When she left the bide was wearing a Green summer suit with White accessories and an Orchid Corsage. Upon their return thy will reside at Marshall Hall on the Monmouth College Campus. The Bride was graduated from Austin High school and will be a senior at Monmouth College this fall. She was selected last year As a Sophomore Beauty Queen. Murphy a graduate of Oak Park High school is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Monmouth. He served in the army in the Pacific area. Among the out of town guests were mrs. Eliza Fuhrer and or. And mrs. Henry p. Fuhrer of Evansville ind. Or. And mrs. O. T. Frost of Mediapolis. La. Or. And mrs. Wallace w. Posey of Davenport la. And mrs. Lucille Dick of Milwaukee wis. Frankfurters make in Nice addition to always favored Spanish Rice. Well known frankfurters offer Many possibilities other different in weiners see to spa a >7 Down one Side and a us a Quot mashed potatoes strips of re. Bread dressing or Sautro then Hest them in broiler. Or try head inc i Flitters in Barber. Ins them into a vegetables. Set to keep lecture of it a i Ley and mint fresh for time wrap in a clo a or o old water and up t i refrigerator. Khz i of s hair it mow i forever by urn Rol a Mjor Short w Avo warts Ano Molis a fms recommended by a. P Melon m the s Emma p. Malli Rei finn tent pm Minna consult to my a or appointment q Van Buren a a Ltd urst la fear in same i neat no picnic or Beach pasty was Ever Complete without lots of j frankfurters to be cooked or Long Sticks Over an open fire. But frankfurters May also be used in Many different ways in the Kitchen. Because they Are pre cooked and Only need reheating frankfurters Are easy to serve. The simplest Way of heating is to drop them in hot water and let them stand for a few minute they May also be placed on top of an already hot mixture such As Spaghetti baked Beans or Spanish Rice cover the pan. And let them get steamed through. To use frankfurters with Spanish Rice follow these direct turns i Pound frankfurters i cup raw Rice 4 Tablespoons lard or drippings Clove garlic Small Chili peppers Teaspoons Salt no. 2 can tomatoes or 2 2 cups fresh cooked cups water Cook Rice in lard or drippings until a Golden Brown. Chop garlic and peppers and add with remaining ingredients. Cover and Cook slowly until Rice is dry and grains stand apart about 45 minutes. About 15 minutes before the Rice is done add frankfurters cover and steam. Serve Rice on hot Platter with frankfurters on top. Chicago s most appreciate0 Candi chocolate of Maple /2 3 in i 12 velvety smooth. Completely Saline inf Rich and butter creamy Choc Ful of Crisp toasted walnuts. It s mrs. Steven s famous fudge recipe that hos been so popular for years. Mrs. Thomas miss Elizabeth Stenhaus daughter of Warren Stenhaus. 4854 Potomac wore a wedding Row n of Ivory Satin when she recently became the Bride of Thomas j. Gilleran. Son of or. And mrs. William Gilleran 4043 Harrison. The brides Grandfather Wil Stork quotations Wesley memorial Hospital Rosemary born to or. And mrs. Dominic Ravanesi 131 n. Keeler july 6. A a a Michael Reese Hospital Robert Bruce born to or. And mrs. J. B. Bezman. 351 s. Springfield. A a a Garfield Park Community Hospital Caroline Marie Euse born to or. And mrs. James Mccawley 4122 Washington july i. Regina Ann. Born to or. And mrs. Stanley Rustik 3303 Fulton. July 2. Stephen Michael born to or. And mrs. William Moore 5034 Quincy july 2. Marilynn Ann born to or. And mrs. Pasquale do Antonio 738 s. Or. Louis july 5. Sheryl Lynn born to or. And mrs. William Tortorella 1022 n. Karlov july 5r Michael Thomas born to or. And mrs. John Johnson 3344 Adams july 6. To West suburban Hospital Linda Irene born to or. And mrs. William j. O Brien 4529 Congress july 3. A a a St. Annex a Hospital Mary Patricia born to or. Find mrs. James Donnelly 4145 Jackson. June 30. I Samuel Paxton jr., born to or. And mrs. Samuel lord 619 n. Cicero. July 1. Patrick Francis born to or. And mrs. William Delaney 4830 Jackson july i. John Robert born to or. And mrs. Fred ska an 4735 Ferdi nand. July i. Brian William born to or. And mrs. Joseph Rafferty 4320 Washington july i. Marianne born to or. And mrs. John Mckenna 4650 Monroe. July 2. Patricia Anne born to or. And mrs. Peter Gallagher 4506 Jack i sen. July 3. Georgia Ann. Born to or. And mrs. William Lish 4027 Monroe july 3. Katheryn Ann. Born to or. And mrs. Phillip Zabel 4809 Washington july 8. Margaret Ann. Born to or. And mrs. Robert Calkins 3826 Jackson. July 7. Bernard Erie born to or. And t mrs. Bernard Bohlander 4604 Adams july 9. Richard Wallace born to or. And mrs. Joseph Marren 5233 Adams june 30. Kathleen Mary born to or. And mrs. Joseph Brophy 5679 Madison july i. James William born to or. And mrs. Concetto Rabiola 5009 Chicago. July i. I Ebert photo j. Gilleran Ham Maloney gave his granddaughter in marriage at tile ceremony performed at St. Melts Church. Instead of a bouquet miss Steinhaus carried a prayer Book topped by orchids. Attending the Bride was miss Mary Grahovac. Maid of Honor who was dressed in a gown of yellow faille and carried Tea roses. The bridesmaids Winifred Gilleran. Lois Walker Flo Vacic Chioni and Veronica Steinhaus wore Apple Ripen faille dresses and carried american Beauty roses. Gilleran was attended by Richard chess Best Man and John Gilleran. Charles Overend and Anthony Fidanze Ushers. A breakfast was held at the Mil West athletic club following the ceremony and a reception for 400 friends was held later at 635 n. Cicero. The couple left for a honeymoon trip to Turkey run. Ind. Miss Steinhaus was graduated from Nash grammar school and Austin High school and Gilleran s attended presentation grammar school and St. Melts High school. He is now employed As a a f Phinist. Thanks for help the Nash school Pat this week issued a message of thanks to merchants and Austin residents who made donations to the card and bunco party sponsored for the purpose of replacing items which had been stolen from the Nash school. Complot selection of 4008 West Madison Street 4750 West Madison sire open Honda is and Hur sea is 0 45 . To a 30 . Oleum 34�?��?zi25�?o Jef Madison Street fur storage Call Colu Nibis 4312 free pickup and delivery of amp s Sale a summer dresses and millinery entire Stock of dresses must go sizes 9 to 50 $3#0 in �?~io00 formerly sold a to $29.95 millinery 50e to $2.00 17 n. Cicero ave. Coe. 5385 storage my and i my glazing a b to minor rips loops buttons repaired he also store cloth Coots protect against Moths fire theft every coot insured for full Voluen protected by . Remodel your fur coat now of Low summer rotes free estimates Leo share inc. First in furs 4302 West Madison Street Columbus 4312 i Check these today a i i Ivilla it a Al famous make shoes a Price former $7.95 to $14.95 Valles too pairs. Every Poir a famous make. Including airs by of. Walkover. Race o Neils. Pen moors. Spectators pumps straps. Ties. White and combinations. A1 regular Stock. Not every style in every Sise or color. Shoe Salon. Main floor. Mad to an 5
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