PAGE SIX THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1949
W nt hiisini:
Tti Girl Scouts Hold Former WAVE Engaged
to Perth Amboy Man
Miss Morgenson's Colonia News 'rmn nni. of thr n,t:Mll
« "f the Town.shin ,
" : "This letter "' ""
Holiday Parties SEWAREN—Mr, and Mrs. Sam- Betrothal is Told very much foi u ',
—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilte- Inwood Avenue entertained on
uel L. Counterman, 9 Sewaren Ave- mund ami son, Robert. Clover Ave- Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry John- Istmas basket ami ,.,} "
IHEMN—Oolden Eflfrlfrt Troop nue, have announced the engage- WOODBRIDGE—Mr. and Mrs.nue attended a family re-union son, Roselle. •M» year. We all,,, ,
No. 1 iSunshine) nnd Troop No. ment of their daughter, Alma Edgar Morgenson, High Street, an- New Year's Day at the home of —Mr. and Mrs. Joht Markwoskl, rcdiated this very V,
11, Girl Scouts, held holiday par- Marie, to Frank Z&vodsky, son of nounce the engagement of their Mr. and Mrs. Werner Tuerpe.. Ja- Amherst Avnnuc entertained on TO wo on your part'-
tips last week at the home of their daughter, Laura Joyce, to Vincent imlca. L. I. ^ Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Fred W note fom FOrr|s ,-, ,
lender, Mrs. Joseph Rapncloll. Dow John Zavodsky, 291 Neville Street, Harold Connolly, son of Mr. and —Mrs. James Harahan, and Wildgust. Mr. and Mrs. Harry ture, '*»: ' / want to o(Tf, „';,
Avenue. Perth Amboy, and the late Mrs. Mrs. Vincent Connolly, Hacketts- children, have returned to their Read, and Mr. nnd Mrs. William ing the f o,i ,
Tidbits: At the Golden Eaglet party, Mrs. Zavodsky. town. home on East Cliff Rond, after a Breidenbach, Jr., Colonia and also printing grocery box and i,,,.
Tile itiHilnisin t h i s w e e k bi'OU;:K August Magnanl, assistant leader, Miss Morgenson Is a graduate of ten day visit with ner sister. Mrs. entertained over the holidays Mr, shown
A graduate of Woodbridge High dren and I were Vfn .'
sevrr;il seal rat,U;n:ues- -and it' was co-hostess. Christmas carols School. Miss Counterman served Woodbridge High School and is a nnri Mrs. Theodore Kujawskl nnd Club of
G. J, Schlehr, Jr. fnr everything. Wr ,,
they ivrivr. cmi SpriiiR bo far bf-t wrre sung, games played and re-
hind? . . . The painters crosafdl fiprhrtTRnts served. A gift was pre-
as a pharmacist's mate second Mentor at Ntlw Jersey College for —Mr. and Mrs. baniel Den Bley- son. Theodore, Mr. and Mrs. Mi-the Log •Int It very much
Women, New Brunswick, majoring ker, North Hill Road, Morrlsville, chael Kreltz. nnd son, Michael,
ivp Mikp T i a i n i ' i - instead of ptufii sented to each scout. Several of the class with the WAVES. She is em- in Spanish, Her fiance Is a gradu- nd from a n o t h e r ] : , , - ,
Ins thr Township Commijfefc ;:lrls sang solo numbers. Tentative ployed as a laboratory technician N«w York, entertained on Satur- Prtcr K.udash, Vasyl Kardash,
I" 1 Srcr.rul W a r d , , , ,
• room blue it was pained plans" were made for the second by tht Titanium 'Division of the ate of Hackettstown High School. day Mr. and Mrs. Garret Den Crtkmln, nnd Essex Assemblyman ' .1i»«lp on ft r a r d -
He served three years in the Navy Frank Co/zoline, Newark.
and what a preen! .11. annual bazaar to Be held in April. National Lead Company, Snyre- Air Corps as a Radar Technician. Bleyker, Avenel. -•Mr. and Mrs. Harry Storch. (C Wfts .lust like y , m ,,,
A Iftiiic ilrlrnation of Demmri. fit ville. —Mr. and Mrs. George Resrtw
Mrs. Thomas, assistant leader, He is now ft Junior at Rutgers Uni- and son, Edward, Middlesex Road, Inman Avenue were the recent way "id I only wish I kiu (
party workers will IUI to TnTW'ti Her fiance attended Perth Am-
Tuesday to sec Bob Vessel imlj |:~' was co-hostess at the Troop 11 boy schools and is employed by the verstty, majoring in economics. He were the guests on Tuesday of Mr. suets of her parents Mr. and Mrs. you I could sny In . ( s ,,.,
as State Senator. . t , A par party. Games were played and Ford Motor plant. Metuchen. He is Secretary of Tlreta Chi Fratern- an*-Mrs. RuSs Brown. New York. Jack Morgan, Roselle. little <**' m u c h I t h a n k v,,.
be hofri at the Stacy-Trent, carols sung with Catherine Mar- served three and a half years with ity, Beta Delta Chapter. —Mr. and Mrs. Russell Den glfta.! it wfld «1th <r
tucci as accompanist on her violin. the U. S. Army, including duty in Bleyker, North Hill Road, were the mejrt, i fn.tovt wit
the organisation meeting.'.
This troop also made plans for the Newfoundland as an lnvestigator guests on New Year's Eve of Mr. Woodbrldge Notes presertt doll ii bea HKY'RK
Here and There:
bazaar work to be started Immedi- for the provost marshal's office.
ately. Miss Audrey Grady and Mrs. Daniel Den Bleyker, Jr.,
If ybU could t:
Ml. and Mrs, Nicholas Pli Tlie Troop 11 scouts planned a —.Mrs. Maararet Srott, Inman -Miss Mary-Jo Finn, has re- "Th* lifts Were torwped l
Avciirl. --slip was candidate
Board of Education lust
Valentine luncheon for their
to Wed* Local Man Avenue entertained on Sunday Mr. sumed her studies at Wester Re- tlfully - r t d t o all thc'tadei
and Mrs. Armand Van dcr Linden. serve University, after spending rnt-Leii#' wnployei go
TIIK M \\
the nil-women ticket—are
mothers, date to be announced
the holiday recess with her par- sincerwt «jpreci*lJ<» for 1EMOVABLE
mW of another son born ,
soon. Each scout was presented WOODBRIDGE—Mr. and Mrs.and children, Carolyn and Geof- ents, Mr. and Mrs, William Finn, time. MwirlBce anil effort <
with a gift. frey. Fagan Place. ni:x
way Memorial Hospital NefYear's —Frederick M. Adams has re- Joseph Grady, 361 Amboy Avenue, —Mr, and Mrs. Robert Schus- Grove Avenue. by nil' to flake it a ironc Ctiitnm M;nli.
Eve. . , . AltliouRh only t week turned home after spending the announce the engagement of their sler, Amherst Avenue were hosts pvent and; «ne n » e r to be
daughter, Audrey, to Joseph Mc- over the weekend to Mr. and Mrs. —The B.iard of Directors of St. K o l t e n . ' • % • • • , ; •'
and ii half remains for fill* peti- Funeral Services Held
liniia fir. the Board of Rucation
election—everything seers quiet, for I. E. Lingenfelter
holidays with his wife and daugh-
ters who are visiting her parents. Ewen, Jr., sun of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- Jack Rablng, Elizabeth.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Axelson, seph McEwen, 721 St. George Ave-
James' P.irochiii) PTA will meet
tomorrow at 8 o'clock at the home
—Ml*. »nd Mrs. Charles Scott, of Mrs. Michael J. Langan, Colum-
"Onci >l|Nrin; Itof we
I wlio wir« ru
SO KA8V TO (
Why is it deemed smar politics Youngstown, Ohio. i nue. En field Road, entertained at din- bus Avenue. ihipRr iO6c\
not to announce ypur i*ndida;:y COLONIA—Irving Ellwood Lin-
—Miss Blanche Van SyckUrClifT Miss Grady is a graduate of ner on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ar- j —Mrs. A. J. St. John. Freeman
until the very last mirute? . . . . genfelter, 903 St. George Avenue Road. Is vacationing at ^ P e t e r s - bofee bod pra
died December 24, at home. Born Woodbridse High School and thur Scott and children. June and ShtTi. lia-s returned home after
in Clayton, N. Y., he haB lived in burg. Fta. Washington School fo;- Secretaries. Barbara, Rahway. vi.iiiui''. Mrs. Frank Orinncll,
t year w« can i
Around The Toy$ship: Colonia with his parents, Mr. and —A. James Adams, has returned She is employed at Merck and Co., —MT. and Mrs. Will! Wels and Plant-'villr, Conn., formerly of
pp ] to the And -\Laz/,v
Sorry to hear of V death of Mrs. Sherman A. Lingenfelter for to his home in South Coventry. R3hway. sons, Norbert and Gilbert, West
John Hasspy, Iselin. the past month. Before that he Conn., after spending the holi- He fiance is also a graduate of Street, spent the weekend with
served as lived in Woodbridge for the past days visiting his mother, Mrs. F.Woodbiidge High School and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schneider, i —Elinor and Dorothy Kuchie, y
police commissioner one term H46 Main Street, entertained at n AND
durinf! the eariy days|f Hie Qreln- five years. He was a graduate of J. Adams, West Avenue, and his served in the Anny Air Corps. He Bullvllle, N. Y.
er administration. . • The most Red Bank High School, Class of sister, Mrs. Robert Bogan, New attended Newark Collfae of Engi- —i-Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Suit. Ni'w Yf.ir's Eve party at their
1935. Brunswick. .„.„.„.„ u l . u .., ., u » ^....L.-, u .. h ..n.. West Street, entertained on Fiiriay home Present were Alice Baranko,
neering and is now Sales Engineer PARES
socially-minded seoon of the
Township seems tofcInman Ave- Besides his parents, he leaves a —Louis Zehrer, 39 Grant Street. If 01. R£ P J ( I S Handling Equipment Mr. and Mrs Frances Weslbrook, Ruth Dimko, Ann Palfl. Arlene V.V. Dftnonstralimi ;
nue section of- Colors Parties be- brother. Sherman A. Jr., of Colonia is a patient in the Perth Amboy fcorporation. Philadelphia. Morris Plains and on Thursday Wrston. Oliai Kurhie, Gerry Hoo- OPI OUR NEV
} bun. William Behaney, Jack Ken- Your Own Honu
ing held by oreantetions practic- and a sister, Mrs. Hazel M. Rea of General Hospital. Mrs. Suit was the luncheon guest
ally all the time. . . A Three-*ct No: th Richland, Wash. —George Hronich, son of Mr. of Mrs. Robert Fenimore. New j ny, Wilton Keatinu. Jack Golden, 50* &WEEK CLUB
i Robert Ferraro, John Zcnario and i l l ( , i r U r r t « • i. • -,>, \ , ,
comedy, "Here ones Charlie," Funeral services were held Tues- and Mrs. George Hronich, 63 Pleas- Iselin Notes Vernon. • 6 I' ,M
will be presented by the C. E, day at 2 p, M. from the home. Rev. ant Avenue, is recovering from a —Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fun- Harry Pease.
recent tonsilectomy. riock and daughter, Belly Anne, —Miss Theresa M. Jasper,
Alumni of the FinfConRregational Earl H. Devanny of the First Pres-
—Mrs. Maude Freeman, Belmar. West Street spent the weekend daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James HELLEY
Church, January t and 21 at the byterian Church, Woodbrldge, offi-
church. . . . ciated. His aunt, Mrs. Ruth J.
Lingenfelter, played on the violin Mrs. Floyd T, Huyck, West Avenue.
his favorite hymn, Silent Night
was the week-end guest of Mr. and
—Mrs. Persey S. Austen, West
By Mrs. Russell Fune
with his mother, Mrs. Anne Fun- i Jasper. 177 Edftar Street, a stu-
dack. Clark Township. f
I dent at the Berkeley School O Sec-
—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weber, retarial Training, East Orange, has
GRftlANN'S NKTFAN m . i x n ( ( ,
Operator If Reports: Holy Night. Avenue and son, William have re- —Mr. and Mrs. George Rapp, jx«sumed her studies after the GHEKtlNO CARD AND
That Vince oaney's favorite
Thej pallbearers were Robert turned after spending several days Hillcrest Avenue, attended a din- NEW YEARS GIFT , Christmas holidays.
sow; is "June ii January" and if with Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dun- ner dance at the Carousel Room !
WOODBRIDGE—Mr and Mrs. —Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dem-
yau want to k.'»w why you had Lingenfelter, Dominick S. Peter G. lavey, Waterbury, Conn.
Rausch and Spilatro,
of the Essex House, Newark. Michael Evon. 536 Bamford Ave- | Jen. Second Street, spent the holi- |rr«ak * f%«ta OnkMta. Pr
better ask himjurself. . . . When Burial was in the Clover Leaf —Pvt. Warren Barber, now sta- —Mr. and Mrs. William Duick, nue, are the parents of a daugh- ; o«y week-end with Mr. and Mrs. k 603 NEW iRUNSWICK K\
fklike Trainer. \presenting a tele- Cemetery at Woodbrldge. tioned at Fort Monmouth, visited and sons, Correja A;,—""\ are vis- ter btrn New Year's Day at Perth Frank Carakpr, in Philadelphia. FWOS, N. J.
vision set to IIice Commissioner his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodman iting relatives in Pennsylvania. Ambov General Hospital.
'Tacker" Be- gf said the gift would Barber, Cliff Road, over the week- PbMla P. A. 1-J396
—A New Year's Eve and birth-
keep him fion nights, Bob Vogel end.
facetiously rparked, "I thought
day party in honor of Mrs. Fred DAUGtlTER FOR CARROLLS
—Mr .and Mrs. W. Prank Burns, Rapp was heTd at her home on WOODBRIDGE — A daughter
FOR THE BEST!i
it was a blorc" • • • Announce- who have been visiting their family Kennedy Place, Guests were Mr. was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. PLACE YOUR COAL
ment has bee-made of the engage- here, have returned to their home and Mrs. John Goetz, Irvington; Charles Carroll, 54 Crampton Ave- OR OIL ORDER
ment of Mi Prances R. Bacek, in Milton, N. H, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rapp, Hillside; nue, at Perth Amboy General Hos- WITH US TODAY I'l.WIM,
Rahway, to 'hn Gulick, Jr., Port —Guy MacCloud, Cambridge, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Tou.ssaint, pital.
Reading. He » graduate of Wood-
bridRc sehoi »nd is employed by
the Carten Ordnance. He served
for four yts in the Army as an
Mass., was the week-end guest of Union; Mr. and Mrs. George Rapp,]
Ralph Rankin, Cliff Ro'ad. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Furze, Thom-
i as Grogan and Edward Bolte, all
Patterson says wire tapping o f l5elin _
ROOFING TROUBLE? WARR FRID^T, SATURDAY,
COAL & SUPPLY CO. l,<m Chaaiv - Ramsay Am with
aerial pho'tfapher and was over-
reas for f years.
should be used in limited cases.
—Mrs. Elwood Bouquois and son, PERTH AMBOY 4-0448 Tel. WoodbrltUe 8-07Z1
THE MptBfT'S GHOST
Alarl. Plainfleld, spent Wednesday DIAMOND ROOFING ST. KRORGE AVENUE I,on Cli - Evelyn Ajike;
at the home of her parents, Mr. AND METAL WORKS
From e Notebook: Start the New Year Right and Mrs, Herman Hess, Hillcrest 36S New Brunswick Avr.
WOODBRIDGE, N. J. OF and
Mr. ar Mrs. Emil C. Bartells. Avenue. ( nrnrl V\ Ilili-
Union feet, Rahway, recently ( . I V i : A IH
celebrat ^ e i ' ' 50th wedding an- (<H HMO A T
niversai Mr. Bartells is well
known the Township as he is DRAKE COLLEGE i
employ s timekeeper by the A FEW OPENINGS COAL $10.00 PER TON
<8ecui'i(3teel Corporation, Avenel. REMAIN FOR Oil users, be safe—convert to WAIUR READE
He lj^etT. with the concern 22 CLASSES STARTING coal and save more than 50 'i
years. • Another Rahway couple THEATRE
w n o (jbrated their 50th anniver-
JAN. 11, 1949 of fuel costs when you use a
thermostat - controlled Cooper
WALTER A. JENSEN
sary 'd who are well known in DAY & EVENING
the tynship are Mr. and Mrs. J. IRON RAILINGS MADE TO l;ver} Rrmluittr placed up to iltitr!
Stoker. Hill at any Size boiler Mason & Building Contractor
LoujBofrner. She is the former ORDER or heater.
• VI,I,, WKITU OR 1'IHlM;
DlgfLan-ison and is a native of "A Call Brings a Salesman" 1'KltTII AMHMV 4-X1KI
1 ton of coal is equivalent
Fon Va., Mr. Bolmer is a native
of wdbridge. . . . CLARK'S WELDING WORKS I'. A. AiillmiBl dank Bill*.
nn. w. (. cori;, i'r*«. to 200 gallons or oil.
38 FREEMAN STREET WOODBRIDGE, N. J. TODAY
PA 4-0138 MHS. A. J. S T . JOH.V, Mitr. TELEPHONE 8-1808 - WalUf
U But Not Least:
J. Moi-Renson is a busy man
200 gallons of oil costs
1 ton of coal costs
,10.00 —Alw— r 'Sealed Verdict'
(j-e. days gelling figures ready IOIAI Hagrward I U,»v MIH.OMI
f, the budget. . . . Lt. George Ba- DentUa OKoefe
l Is still on the sick list.... See "WAI K A CROOK El > Mill / Morrnrr Mtth
You save $14.00
;uner Wight up and around
,iln fad back at work. It's Rood Mosque Theatre, 1020 Broad Street, Newark, N. J. For information call
SATl'ltDAf MATINU ONL
see him back. . . . Also glad to Moique Theatre, 1020 Broad Street, Newark, N. J. COLOE n
•e Anne Bagger ba«k at work in
oe Dunigan's office after an at- Thursday
LITTLE ORCHESTRA SOCIETY M and M COAL \ Wm. HMi'
Jan. 13 Uintlaf
ack. of the flu, , , , Now that the Jon. 9
ordinance creating the magis-
OF NEW YORK and SUPPLY CO. 3:45 P.M.
SUNDAY | B * D TIE|DAY
trate's court has been introduced— Ida IupUll • Oorn«l JV
and it mentions the appointment Metuchtti 6-2750 or I'K-4-3088 $3.OO, $2.40, $1.10, $1.50 (io« in<lwd*d) R l r h S i Widmi
Of a court clerk—just watch the THOMAS K. SCHERMAN, Conductor ^ fiOl'S
A contract for 5 years' supply
scramble for the job. They tell me Tlckttt on lalt GfWith Mutic foundation, Griffith BulM ng, 60)
one of the former Justices of the SAMSON FRANCOIS, Pianist of coal with each stoker. • n o d Str«««, N*wark 2, N. 1 , MA,ktl J-5»»6 t. Bambwgti I
Peace, and a Democrat, is angling Co. and K w g * • Ntwarli, and at Maiqvi B«< Offlci. ORS OPKN 12: .10
for the position. , . . However, it is Program
understood that no appointment EKY SAT & Sl.N.
1. PROKOREFF-Classkol Symphony
will be made unless the volume of
wok makes It necessary. . , . 2. SCHUMANN-Piano Concerto A Minor
Sti'onger U. N. and world eov-
3. PROKOFIEFF-Piano Conwrto Np. 3 I
4. SCHUMANN-dverture, Schtrxoj and Final*
H.lVHOlSI STATE THEATRE WOODBRIDGE. N. J.
urged for peace. j • $1.80, $2.10, $2.40, $3.00, $3.60 (tax We.) FORDS, N. J. - P. A. 4-4348
Titbit 0 , Sol. OrifMh M M Ufoindotiax,OriWfc H h *** •"*••* <M4
School pay inequality linked to N.woHi?, N.J., MA^*|1-»I«, l.bimlmgwkU.apd '
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
TODAY THRU SATUKHAY
grade teacher shortage. SATURDAY "JOHNNY BKLINDA"
"LOVES OF CARMEN" With Jane WYMAM - Lew AYKU
Plus Frank SUNUSTROM - Audrey I,ON( in
FLORAE DESIGNS \ With Rita Hayworth
Glenn Ford "SONG OF MY HEART"
CORSAGES, BOUQUETS AND
POTTED PLANTS "OPEN SECRET" SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY
PhoncnVoodbridee 8-12*2 With John Ireland, Sobt. WALKER - Ava GARDNER - Dick 1IA1 VIES In
WOODBRIDGBJ Jane R^ndklph "ONE TOUCH OF VENUS"
FLOWER SHOPflE Also. "THE SUPERMAN" will —Plus— i.
bcshin at Saturday Matinee "WALK A CROOKED MILE"
JOHN C. SCHWARZ, Prpp. ONLY
540 JtAHWAY AVENUE With honis HAYWARD - I>ehnl» O'KEEHi
WOODBRIDGE, N. J. SUNDAY AND MONDAY
WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY
M 'I'elrRriiiilieU A u y
"SAN FRANCISCO" FRANK SINATRA In the BIG NEW MUSK AL
Clark Gable "THE KISSING BANDIT"
YOUR FRIDAY NIGHTS Jesyiette McDonald
"ONE TOUCH OF VENUS"
will he more enjoyable at the
Series of ADULT DANCES
With Robert Walker,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Sponsored by ' j "Master of the Drugs''
"SMART GIRLS DON'T
for shopping in our store is
the' success of your endeav-
Carteret Post No. 263 TALK1'
With Robert Hutton, And His Sensational New All Star Trio
ors to attain fashion per- The AMERICAN LEGION VindnU Mayo j featuring
fection. and Affiliated Units
"THE WINNERS CIRCLE' • JACK FELTON
Wltb J a w WUlei, Kin* ol Sax, f'laritiet <tnd Vibrapliun«
ST. JAMES' HALL, LONGFELLOW STKEEt '
i t JOHN $LATER
From January 11 and 12 and Wbwrd of the Keyboard
with thereafter, every TUESDAY
and WEDNESDAY we will five APPEARING N1TELY AT
Music In Buzzy Barber
EVERY FRIDAY FBoSl9 TILL 1 BEGINNING JAN, 1
Attend: Mftrch ofpime* Ball January $1!
away to the lady patrom a
beautiful pie** Iran the "BrWal
R W Dlnberware 8«t. (Service
JOE'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE
AMATEUR NITE EVERY TUESDA1
DELICIOUS TOMATO P | F % • FRENCIJ FRIES