PAGE TEN THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1946 TOWNSHIP AND FOEUS B1A
"1 Vicar's Son Christened
In New York Cathedral
—Rt. Rev. Alfred L. Banyard, and Mrs. Prank Aklus, East Ave- in SEWAREN—The infant son of
HOMES FOR VETERANS
the Rev. and Mrs. F. Howden New-
S. T. D., Suffrage Bishop of the —Mrs. H. B. Rankin and War-
Diocese of New Jersey will preach ren Barber, town, visited James WOODBRIDGE—At simple, but ton, Cliff Road, Saturday at the DR. A. PARGOT & DR. A. GUTH i
at St." John's Church, Sunday night Rankin, a student at Pennington impressive ceremonies, Miss Sadie Robert Newton, John, The Diving,
Cathedral of St.
7:30 o'clock when the Sacrament School, Thursday. Schoenbrun, daughter of Mr. and New York. City, by his father, vicar
of Confirmation will be held. Mrs. Simon Shoenbrun, 564 Barron- of St. John's Church, Sewaren. Located in Colonia between Rahway and Wood-
—The Sewaren Men's Club will,
—Mrs. Edward Andrews, Hing- meet Wednesday for its monthly Avenue, became the bride of Ger- The sponsors were Miss Ruth .announce the reopening of their offices
ham, Mass., was the week-end supper session in the clubhouse of ald N. Plotkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ballard, town; Rev. James Mor- bridge off St. George Avenue (Highway 27),
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. the Sewaren Republican Club, Inc. Samuel Plotkin, oSioux City, la., gan, New York and Captain Gor- 1,000 yards from Cloverleaf.
.Rankiii, Cliff Road. George Robinson, chairman of the boy. Sunday at Silverman's, Perth Am- don Hutchins, Chaplain in the U.
—The Sewaren History Club
nominating committee, will pre- Beth Rabbi MaxPerth Amboy offi- S. Army. The infant wore the
Mordecai, for the practice of
will meet next Wednesday at the sent a slate of 'candidates for the ciated. christening gown worn by his pa-
home of Mrs. T. R. Freitag, Wood- election. ternal grandmother, Mrs. John G. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
bridge. Mrs. Samuel J. Henry, lit- —Willaim F. Burns, East Ave- The bride wore a gown of an- Howden, Sheffield, Mass., who was
erature chairman, will present a nue, spent the week-end in Arnold, tique ivory satin and a veil of il-also present at the ceremony. General Dentistry
program an clthe hostesses will be Pa. lusion arranged from a tiara trim-
Mrs. John F. Ryan, Mrs. James —Elizabeth M. Karnas, daugh- med with white sequins. She car- Iselin Democrats List
Each home is a one family room,
M. Grant and Mrs. E. E. Raymond. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kar- ried a cascade bouquet of white modern kitchen and bath, hardwood
—Mrs. Simon Larsen, Mrs. Ste- nas, East Avenue, is a patient at gladioluses and chrysanthemums, Annual Rally Tomorroiv
phen Superior, Mrs. Anna WyckofT, the Perth Amboy General Hospital. centered with an orchid. in the floors, insulated. Long term mortgage.
Mrs. S. L. Counterman, Mrs. W. J. —Mrs. John G. Howden, Shef- Miss Blanche Schoenbrun, a s ISELIN—The Iselin Democratic
Baran, town, attended a card party field, Mass., spent the week-end her sister's maid of honor, wore Club will hold its annual rally
given by the Port Reading Repub- with her son and daughter-in-law, a gown of madonna blue satin tomorrow riight at 8 o'clock at the
NO CASH REQUIRED! Excellent resi-
lican Club in St. Anthony's Church Rev. and Mrs. F. N. Howden, Cliff with a headdress of matching os- Harding Avenue firehouse.
basement. Road.- trich plumes. She carried a cas- AH voters in Iselin. are invited
—Mrs. V/alto Fender, Mrs. Borge —Harper A. Sloan, George Rob- cade bouquet of pink carnations to attend and hear talks by the
Quistensen Building dential section. Don't delay. Act Now!
Representative on premises daily from
Peterson. Mrs! Daniel Bishop, Mrs. inson, Percy S. Austen, W. Frank and sweet peas. Democratic candidates for local,
Earl Lloyd. Mrs. A. J. Hauselt and Burns, Harry Burke and Joseph Samuel Bailen of Denison, la., county and state offices, Refresh- 97 Main Street, Woodbridge, N. J.
2 to 6 P. M. Price - - - $8,000.00.
Mrs. C. A. Giroud, of the Sewaren Kubicka, town, atended the troop brother-in-law of the bridegroom, ments will be served. '
Home and School Circle, attended ommitteemen's training course was best man.
a preview of films shown by Mrs. meeting held Thursday at the Upon their return from a wed- 43 TOMATOES ON ONE VINE ALBERT B. STAVITSKY • CO.
R. G. Schirber, executive secretary Hotel Packer in Perth Amboy by ding' trip to the Smokey Mountains, BLOOMINGTON, 111. — John Telephone Woodbridgre 8-0062
of the Middlesex Anti-Tuberculosis the Raritan Council, Boy Scouts Tenn., Mr. and' Mrs. Plotkin will Schober will yield ground only to
Health League at School N. 11, America. of bean-stalk boy,
reside in Silver Spring, Md. ForJack, theprodigious plants.when it
Insurance Real Estate
Wtiodbridge, last week, He has
| travelling, the bride wore a wine- comes to 9-inch vine which has "306 LYONS AVE., NEWARK WAVEBLY 3-0940—1*051
nue. last Wednesday at the Perth 8-foot
colored suit, a smoke white hat, an tomatoes on it.
Amboy General Hospital. The cou- Greiner Girls to Hold black accessories and an orchid 43
ple have one other child, a son,
Robert. Dinner, November 10th corsage. bride is a graduate of
—A daughter was born to Mr. Woodbridge H i g h S c h o o l and
WOODBRIDGS—Trophies and Whitman J u n i o r College. T h e
jackets will be awarded to" mem- bridegroom was graduated from
' Township Couple to Wed bers of the Greiner Girls' Athletic Iowa State College and is an elec-
• In Cathedral, Nov. 3rd Association at a dinner, November nance engineer with the Navyi Ord-
10, at Canton Gardens.
Laboratory at S l v e r
(.Special to ijulejiciMleut-JLeiHler) The affair is open to friends of Spring.
NEW YORK — Mr. John D. the organization and reservations
Royle, 26, of 111 High Street, may be made with Miss Vivian
Woodbridge, and Miss Dorothy E. 'olgan, Robert St. Andrassy or ANNOUNCE BETROTHAL
:.,,..,.Jacobs, 2a, of 475 West Avenue,
Miss Florence Kijula. WOODBRIDGE—Mr. and Mrs.
Sewaren. were issued a marriage Nels Mathiaseri, Freeman Street,
license here at the City Clerk's COTTON have announced the engagement
office. of their daughter, Ruth Jeanette, E are currently showing a
By the time the 1947 cotton B. Baldwin, son of Mr,
The couple said their marriage crop is harvested, the large sur- to Russell Fred Baldwin, Rahway,
would take place Sunday in St.plus of cotton which existed in formerly of Woodbridge. wide collection of studio couches and
Patrick's Cathedral in New York the Thirties, with its sonsequent
the Rev. Father Greene officiating. headache for farmers and gov- sofa-beds . . . those important
Mr. Royle was born in Fall River, ernment officials, will have dis- LUCKY STOP FOR HER,
Mass., the son of John D. and appeared, according to the De- HOUSTON,Tex.—Trapped on a space-savers that combine comfortable
Susan De Barse Royle. His bride, partment of Agriculture. Indica- railroad trestle, Ethel Cartwright,
the daughter of Simon and Eliza- tions are that the domestic carry- 30,' collapsed as a train bore down sleeping equipment with smart
beth D. Jacobs, is a native of Perth over of American cotton on August on her, but the engine slid to a
Amboy. 1 is the lowest since 1929, a little stop just inches away. One of her
over 4,000,000 bales compared with feet had become wedged in a cross
living room appearance. See them
the 7,500.000 on August 1, 1945. tie and -she was unable to move.
"Welcome Home" in our Slumber Shop.
By B., L. CRUIKSHANK
(Mrs. Ernest Cruikshank)
Hurry with your coat; it's a cold
The leaves are dry and brown,
Summer forgotten, with a cloud Classically simple is this roll back divan
Across the sun. with, bolster pillow, upholstered in
Hurry! Let's not be late. rich satin-damask. A very handsome
Already the street is
Brightening with the crowd living room piece that becomes a
And little boys comfortable single bed at night. ?|IS®
Are edging off the curbs.
This will be a fine parade.
The plans were good, the flags
Are bright with" •'Welcome Home"
And ail the town is
The first car rolls near.
'"Official," the faces look.
Familiar, they worked hard
For this parade and deserve
The people's praise.
•AY . . . COMFORT AT NIGHT
A fife and bugle corps
Fills the chill air, the bare-legged
Majorette stops with high spirit,
Twirling her baton (Left) Impeccably styled sofa-bed to serve you 24 hours a
Setting the stage for "Our Heroes".
day. For Behind its very handsome appearance lies
Here comes the first group! a conv&nieiice you don't detect . . . a double bed or
About fifty men! Marching with
assurance. two single beds with innerspring construction. Uphol-
See their,badge of service?
That small bar of ribbon— stered in rose, blue, taupe or wine. Priced according
They were overseas, you know. to grade of up*holsleryi from
How serious they look, but wait
Until they hear our applause—
I cannot wait, I clap my hands
And give a shout—but all alone
It seems so strange, in such a crowd (Below Left) ^ b . e n i* a living room a bedroom, too? This charm-
That only one should clap. ing Colonial studio couch can do the trick, Majilo-
Or was I wrong? And yet I knov finished backhand arms; appropriate tapestry rovers
That people shouted in Prance, in wine or blue. Opens to a full-sized bed.
And in the Phillipines,
When Woodbridge men marched
by. . . .
The floats are coming and
A little girl is laughing
At a lion who waves a big cotton (Below) ^7 ^ a 7 i*'4 a bxxuri°u* living room lounge, by
Paw, in passing. night a double bed or twin beds (extra bed pulls out
Here comes another group of from front). Tailored in modern tapestries, harmo-
"Our Heroes," about forty men!
They are young,, and some of nious leatherette foot and headrest. Gray and 1)1 us
Their friends plaid, green novelty weave, or red and blue stripes.
Will never march again.
I do not know them, but I $159
Must clap, and then I know I'm
Right! One veteran calls from
"At least we've got one fan."
My hands begin to ache but hope
Up when two men join me clap-
ping as a
'. Colored woman's bugle corp
Applause rings out—but not in
The third group of Woodbridge We have a wide selection of regular twin studio
Veterans of both wars. couches that are so practical for sleeping
Where is the welcome so brightly
flagged? porches or guest rooms. They have innerspring
Where the-pulse quickening, mattress construction that makes two comfort-
Heart, wanning, expression of oui
town? able* beds. Available in tapestries, damasks and
cum(3i FOR CREDIT
Heroes? They are not all heroes— cretonnes, priced from $ 5 § s g | | to S 9 4
Some served here without
A chance lor glory, tout they
Served the same heroic cause
Deserving the same recognition.
This was no parade to- entertain
The town was to acclaim its vet-
erans. RAliway 7-3200 Budget Terms
The cloud remained across the
V:-. The dry leaves falling—• St< G e o r
And Woodbridge men --. 184 Smith SL Perth OPEN 10. A. M. TO .10 P. M.- 8 e s Ave * Highivay 27
•:"•"'.-.' Through their town.
MONDAY THRU.SATURDAY Rahway, New Jersey
' ;i They served. We failed.' -s. OFEA FRIDA1 EVENINGS