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					 f BAR1TAN *TOWFSHIP AOTDf'ORDg BEACON /                                                                                              THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1951                                                                                                                            PAGE SEVEN



                           FORDS NEWS                                                           Raritafl Township and Fords Beacon                                                                                           FORDS NEWS
Supervisor Lists Miss Vera Baumley is Honored Troop 53 Scouts                                                                                           George Sharrick Named
                                                                                                                                                        Legion Post Commander                 Mis* Lwetta Mary Kamtra WedsFords Park Site
Doll Show Winners At Shower; to Wed Julius Elias At Camp Cowaw                                                                                               FORDS—A new slate, of of-
                                                                                                                                                          ficers was elected by Fords Post
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Armani duff® of.Brooklyn Of-Warren Group./"
                                         HOPBLAWN—Miss Vera Baum- | Strycker;, Mrs. Alexander Zamfcer, FORDS—The troop committee No. 163, American Legion at the                                 FORDS-^the marriage of Miss Mary A. Burnham School, North-
    HOPELAWN— Norman Lunde, ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John all of Hopelawn.                                                                                                               Loretta Mary Kantra, daughter of ampton, Mass.,
 supervisor of the Hopelawn play- Baumley, 91 Lee Street, was given I Mrs. Benjamin Britske, Mrs. of Boy Scout Troop No. 53, spon- annual meeting held in the post Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Kantra, lege, Elmira, N. andHer husband,                        Y.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Elmira CoKPicnic, Aug. 26th'
 ground, announced the following a shower in honor of her approach- Howard Britske, Miss Helen Leon-                sored by Our Lady of Peace rooms.                                         2945 College Heights Boulevard,
 winners of a doll show held re- ing marriage to Julius Elias, son of aid, Mrs. Teddy Wegper, Mrs. An- Church, met in the school audi- * George Sharrick' Jr., was elect- Allentown, Pa., to Dr. Armand A. a graduate ..of New York is prac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  sity College
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Dentistry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Univer- FORDS—Ernest Blanchard, 24
 cently:                                                                                                            torium for the week's participation ed commander; Paul E. Cho-                                                                                           Louis Street, was named charman
                                       Mr. and Mrs. Albert Elias, High- drew Leonard, all of Perth Amboy in teaming activities for the troop van, first vice commander; An-                   Ciuflo, sonp f Mr. and Mrs. Vito ticing in Brooklyn.
     Oldest, Sharon Hladik, 47 years; land Avenue.                 '          and Mrs. Miehael Moravel of Fords. at Camp Cawaw.                                                               Ciuffo of Brooklyn, took place Sat-                                            of the third annual picnic of the
 newest, Linda Kr'ebs; largest,                                                                                                                           d r e w Volascik, second vice urday morning in St. Catherine ~bf                                                   William J. Warren Association to
                                         Hostesses were Mrs. Gregory -                 »           f
 Carol Mohary, Charlotte Zambor, Chingery, Mrs. Baumley, Mrs.                                                         The scojits left Saturday noon commander; Anthony Pinelli, Siena Church, Allentown.' Rev.                                                              be held at Fords Park, August 26,
 and Jane Dickson; smallest, Alexia John Kuana and Mrs. Joseph
 Zambor, Miss Hladik and June Syallick. The affair was held at'the          Sandra Scrofino                         from the church by chartered bus third vice commander; Elmer Hugh McMullin performed the,
                                                                                                                    and will return Saturday. Pro- Polyascko, adjutant; Benjamin ceremony. The Kantras are former
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Successful Picnic                        for. members and their families.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                A committee meeting was held
 Dickson; prettiest face, Mary Ann Chingery home, 95 Lawrence                                                       ceeds from a social held by the Sunshine, finance officer; Ray- local residents.
 Benyola, Charlotte Kantor and Street, Fords. •
 Gloria Jean Koncz;. curliest hair,                                         Marks Birthday                         Mothers' Club are helping to de-
                                                                                                                   fray expenses of the scouts.
                                                                                                                                                         mond Mortensen, sergeant-at-
                                                                                                                                                          arms.                                  The bride, given in marriage by    Held by VFW Unit                         at Mr. Blanchard's home and a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             committee w a s appointed to
                                         Other guests present were Mrs.                                                                                                                       her father, was attired in a white                                             assist him as follows: Foofi, Vic-
 Misses Hladik, Krebs and Dickson; Joseph Wishney, Mrs. Stephen                                                       The scouts and leaders who are         Final plans were "made fon the                                          FORDS—A joint family picnic tor. Novak; William Hanson, Wil-
                                                                                                                                                                                              imported Swiss organdy gown with
 most comical, Miss Hladik, Alexia Katransky, Mrs. Elias, Mrs. Gessie ' FORDS^—The eighth birthday of attending camp underwent a pre- bus ride to Yankee stadium July appliqued embroidery. Her Dior by the Fords Memorial Post 6090, liam Hellegaard, Alex Polyac-
 Zambor and Kenneth William- Roman, Miss Olga Elias, Mrs. Lil- Sandra Jane Schofino, daughter camp physical examination for 21. Clarence Mussachia was in headdress had cut-out flowers of VFW and its Ladies' Auxiliary was sko and Charles Mangione; re-
 breeht.                              lian Pusack, Mrs. Lilian Vereb, of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Scrofino. 58 which • Dr. George J. Schejmad of hospitality.                                        organdy.          -•                held Sunday at Roosevelt Park, freshments, John Sutch, John
    Largest     assortment,   Misses Miss Olga Monush, Mrs; Albert Moffett Street was celebrated with volunteered his services.                                                                  Miss Barbara A. Baker was the Metuchen. Joseph Egan was gen- Borkes, Dennis Ferrenti, Joseph
                                                                              at party at her home.                                                                                                                                                                          Labancz and Martin Gribb; ath-
 Hladik, Krebs arid Charlotte Zam-
 bor; most lifelike, Charlotte Zam-
                                                                                                                      A summer camp has been set up
                                                                                 Guests were Barbara Zdorowski, at 21 Vine Street under the direct      Perth Amboy Girl                      maid of honor and Miss Phyllis eral chairman.
                                                                                                                                                                                              Salvati, Westfxeld, was the brides-    Winners of the children's games letic and sports, James Mullen and
 bor, Lois Stankovitz and Patricia    32 Attend Outing                        Patricia Banks, Richard Banks, supervision of Charles Ramberg,                                                  maid. Robert A. Kantra, brother were as follows: Bat throwing, Joseph Elko; arrangements, all the
 Beni; most unusual, Miss Hladik,
 Carol Ann Skriba and Miss Ben-
                                                                              Robert Mauro, Mrs. Julie Zdorow- chairman of the service committee.
                                                                              ski, Mrs. Sophie Banks of Perth The camp is for boys to train and         To Wed Fords Man                      of the bride, served as the best Karen Martin and Gloria Barto- officers of the association.
                                                                                                                                                                                              man and ushers were William nak; slipper throwing, Glen Nel-                      The next committee meeting
 yola; best homemade, Misses
 Skriba, Alexia Zambor and Ben-
                                      Sponsored by Unit                       Amboy;, Diane Bosco, Catherine become eligible for merit badges in
                                                                             -Gmrngar, Maureen Sikorski, Nancy camping, cooking, fire building
                                                                                                                                                                                              Borges, New York City, Albert' son, Jr.; peanut, hunt, Ronald Ed- will be held at Mr. Blanchard's
                                                                                                                                                           FORDS—The engagement of Kantra and Andrew Kantra, Jr.                  dison and Karen Martin. In the home, August 2 at 8 P. M.
 yola; prettiest eyes, Misses Krebs, FORDS—A bus outing to Atlan- Tarr, Donna Claire Ohlson, Myrna and outdoor camping at the site. Miss Edwina Marjorie French,                                 The couple will fly to Europe egg throwing contests for the
 Kantor and Stankovitz.                                                       Clark, Ginger Cjlark, Roberta Ben-      Plans were made for a charter daughter of Mrs. Marjorie French, for a five-week trip taking in the adults, winners were Mr. and Mrs.
                                      tic City was held by the Mothers'
    Biggest eyes, Charlotte Zambor; Club of St. Nicholas Church with hanii Robin Che'ry} Hothly, Thom- night and court of honor, com- 261 Neville Street, Perth Amboy, French and Italian Riviera, the Milton Lund and Mr. and Mrs.
 prettiest dress, Miss Krebs; most Mrs. Ann Christensen in charge. as Ter'iO; Mrs. Richard Terio, Mrs. bined with a hobby show Septem- and the late Jay Edwin French, to Isle of Capri and Nice. _On their Walter Mathiasen-.
                                                                             Betty Tan;, Mrs, Heddy Ohlson ber 25 in the school annex, at Charles Edward Ludwig, 12 Lib- return they will reside in Great
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         loan M. Wallis
 unusual dress, Misses Stankovitz,       Those attending were. Mrs. Mary                                                                                                                                                             A softball game was played with
Mohary and Benyola; foreign, Demchak, Mrs. John Lako, Mrs. and- Mrs. Eileen Seofino, all of which two eagle awards will be erty Street, has been announced Neck, L. I.                                                            Milton Lund and Glen A. Nelson,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Engaged toWed
                                                                              town.      ' '•                                                           by Mrs. French.
Misses Hladik and Krebs, and Jula Gulya, Mrs. Anna Karbiri-                                                        presented.
                                                                                                                                                           Miss French, formerly of Living-     Mrs. Ciuflo was graduated from Sr., as captains. Lund's team were
Kocco Swallick; most complete chak, Mrs. Anna Kotsak, Mrs.                                                            Arrangements axe being made                                                                                 the winners.
 wardrobe, Miss Hladick; blondest Mary Martenak, Mrs. Mary Onder,                                                  by the troop chaplain. Rev. Stan- ston, attended Caldwell High                                                                                               HOPELAWN—The engagement
hair, Misses Dickson, Kantor and Mrs. Mary Palko, Mrs. Anna Pa-
 Krebs; ' reddest hair, Miss Beni I loti, Mrs. Julia Patrick, Mrs. Anna
                                                                            Dioiier Party Held                     ley J. Levandoski, with .Bishop School and is a graduate of-Perth
                                                                                                                   George Ahr for the Ad Altaic Dei Amboy High School. She is em-             Infant Daughter                                                                of Miss Joan Marie Wallis, daugh-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lady of Peace Church ter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wallis,
                                                                                                                                                        ployed by the department of pub-
                                                                                                                   Cross to be awarded to the scouts. lications at the Raritan Arsenal. jI
 &nd Rosemary Hegedus; blackest Rimar, Mrs. Anna Rosko, Mrs. Ve-
 hair, Misses Krebs, Benyola and ornica Rusnafc, Mrs. Sue Serseii-          In Honor of Baby                          The boys w,ho left for camp are: Her fiance graduated from Wood-        Christened Sunday                   Scene of Christening                       62 West Pond Road, to Seaman
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             First Class Steven Kubik, son of
Swallick; brunette hair, Misses ska, Mrs. Ann TJhrin, Mrs. Mary                                                    Joseph Lasko, William Kovacs, bridge High School and attended                                                     FORDS—Our Lady of Peace
 Krebs, Dickson and Mohary; and Vargo, Mrs. Anna Yaskuliek.                     •FORDS—Margaret Louise Man- Ronald Kajman, Frank Della- Drake Business College. Heis now                         FORDS — The infant daughter Church was the scene of the bap- Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kubik, Apt.
 handsomest boy doll, Miss Stan-        Mrs. Mary Yakubick, Mrs. Helen              infant daughter of Mr. and Pietro, Edward Kantor, Robert undergoing basic training with the of Mr. and Mrs. James M. tism of James Kaltenbach, infant T-4, Dunlap Homes, Perth Amboy,
kovitz.                               Yuhas, Mrs. Elizabeth Zebenscik, Mrs. Ernest Manwald, 138 First WiufT, Kenneth Blanchard, Ken- the U. s; Army at Fort Dix.                              O'Shaughnessy, 122 MacArthur son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. has been announced by parents.
    Judges were Mrs. Arna Natai- Mrs. Mary Zenyar, Mrs. AnnaPi- Aveuue, was baptized by Rev. John neth Buck,. Richard Homa, Ed-                                                               Drive, was christened Elizabeth Kaltenbach, 63 Dartmouth Street. Both are graduates of Perth
sen, Mrs. Betty Williambrecht, pik, Mrs. Mary Zahanik, Mrs. The- E- Grimes in ceremonies held on mond Gadek, William Dambach,                                                                 Marie at baptismal ceremonies Sponsors were Mrs. Mary Brooks Amboy High School, class of 1948.
Misses Elaine Kantor, Jean Lunde resa Galya, Mrs. Anna Bandies, Our Lady of Peace'Church. Spon- Richard Kirsh, John Galya, Ron- Picnic Plans Projected                                        held in Our Lady of Peace Church. and Richard Kaltenbach of Perth Miss Wallis is employed by the
 and Aiiene Jensen.                   Mrs. Anna Ferick, Mrs. Elizabeth sors were ,Miss jMCargaret Ann En- ald Zuldak, Joseph Cosky.                                                           Rev. Thomas J. O'Shaughnessy, Amboy.                                           Vulcan Detinning Company, Se-
                                      Kozak. Miss Yolanra Dudiek and .sor, Jersey City and Gerald Geog-' Richard Reznyk, Robert Butch- By 5 and 2 Social Club                                 S.J., Jersey City, uncle of the        A dinner party was held for the waren. Her fiance is- stationed at
                                                                                                                   ko, Peter Blanchard, Charles                                                                                                                              the Naval Air Station, Lakehurst.
 Christening Party Held Mrs. Helen Yuhas of Carjieret,town; "hegan, Toms River. followed and Ramberg, Joseph Borkes, Allen Cpnvery Boulevard, Perth Amboy, child, performed and Mrs. James sponsors and immediate families. The wedding is being planned
                                      Mrs.
                                             Anna Yancik,. all < fo
                                                                       Mrs. A dinner party
                                                                                                                                                           FORDS—Mrs. John Holt, 622
                                                                                                                                                                                              Sponsors'were Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   the ceremony.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Kalenbach is the former Ma-
For Hartel Infant Son                 Anna Cherepon of Perth Amboy guests Were Mrs.'-Catherine Ensor Predmore,                    Walter       Swaylik,
                                                                                                                                                                                           5 Stirone of East Haven, Conn.         rie'Doyle, Perth Amboy..                 i for next June.
                                                                                                                                                                      to members
                                      and Mrs. J. A. Jacobs of Metuchen. and Miss Margaret-Erisor of Jer- Stephen Miller, Frank Domin- was hostess at a meeting of thein
                                                                                                                                                        and 2 Club                  held        A buffet supper was held in
    FORDS—Our Lady of Peace                                                  sey City; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest guez, Frank Kirsh, Joseph Grieza her home. Plans were made for a honor of the event and guests
Church was the scene of the bap- Baby's First Birthday                       Manwald, Gerald Georghegan and and Arthur Sable.                           picnic to be held at the home of were Mr. and Mrs. James
tism of Edward Albert Hartel, in-                                            Miss Agnes Lee, all of Toms River. The leaders who accompanied Mrs. Ben Juhl, 60 Dunbar Avenue, O'Shaughnessy Sr., Jersey City,                                       FORDS. HOPELAWN and KEASBEY
                                                                                                                   the boys are: 'Scoutmaster Mich-
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marked by Gets Family                                                                                                   August 19.                            paternal grandparents; Mr. and
Hartel of Old Post Road, Bonham-
town. The pastor, Rev. John E. K E A S B E Y—Diane Susan,
                                                                                                                   ael Szabo, Assistant Scoutmaster
                                                                             Many Prises Awarded .George A. Blanchard, James ,Mrs. Holt's birthday was cele- Mrs. Louis A. Shaw, maternal     grandparents; Roger Shaw, North
                                                                                                                   Graland, chairman of the troop brated at another gathering held Bergen; Mr. and Mrs. Paul^cre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             CALENDAR OF COMING EVENTS
Grimes, officiated. Sponsors were daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen In Playground Games                             committee, and Clifford Hander- at her home. Present were Mrs. vane and Miss Ann C. Shaw, New                        (NOTE: For insertions in this calendar, call Mrs. Andrew
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kerekes, Getz, 402 Smith Street was ten-                                                       han, outdoor committeeman.           Peter Rasmussen, • Mrs. Walter                                                Sedivy, 100 Grant Avenue, Woodbridge 8-1710 or Perth Amboy
South River.                  *-      dered a party in. honor of her first •'KEASBEY—Mrs. Pauline Wal-                                                  Sheaman, Mrs. Paul Schickling, York, and Mrs. Sanford Wiener                  4-2413-J, before noon on Tuesday of each week.
    A buffet luncheon was held and birthday.                                 ters, supervisor at the Keasbey                                            Mrs. F. A. Stratton, Mrs. Stephen and son, Thomas, Akron, Ohio.
present were MT. and Mrs. Emery         Guests included: Mrs. John playground, announced the follow- Sacrament of Baptism                               Balas, Mrs. Thomas Addington,                                                                                    JULY • " ' : ' .
Kindle, maternal grandparents; Gregus and daughter, Carol; Mrs: ing winners of the various game                                                         Mrs. Milton Hansen and Mrs. Juhl. WIN RACE                                    27—Bus. ride to Yankee Stadium, by Fords Post 163, American
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Hartel, Mary Facke, Mrs. Elizabeth Chee- contests:                                          Administered to Infant                                                       KEASBEY—Mrs. Pauline Wal-                   Legion.                         . . •
 •>aternal grandparents, Mr. and gas, Kathleen Getz, Mr. and Mrs. '•'Tug-of-war, Marilyn Nagy, Da- FORDS—The sacrament of bap- ON FURLOUGH                                                    ters, supervisor, of the Keasbey
Mrs. Kerekes and their children, Stephen Faczak Jr. and daughter, •yid Walters, Lenore Woloshin,' tism was. administered to Lynn                           FORDS       Pvt. George Erick- playground, announced the follow-           29:—Paper drive in Fords, Keasbey, Hopelawn and the Clara
Steven, Mary, Joseph and Betty.       Christine, Cheryl and'' Stephanie, <james Lowry, Elaine Deyak, Pat                                                sen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans ing winners of the shoelace race:                     Barton section of Fords starting at noon.
                                      of this plaGe; Mr., and ;Mrs.: Joseph iLowry, Evelyn M«szaros and Rob- Marie Horvath, infant daughter Ericksen, 1028 Man Street, is home Faylens Lewis, ~ Jean Larsen and                                                        AUGUST
                                      Frank and son", Joseph of Soitth ert Meszaros; domino,-. Lucey of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horvath, on a 14 day furlough from Camp Rosalie Jorgenseh, older group;
iiussell Larsen Feted                '•RivtPi-Mx* -m& ;a*6s*,"Tfi&l Xpbus,              c-.'Es^&fea- -Meszaros and 36 Liberty Street, -by Rev. Stanley Rucker, Ala. His address.is.a&fol- Diane Brpzpwski and Diane Wal-               2—Meeting of Ladies' Aid Society of Our Redeemer Evangelical
At Bon Voyage Tarty - Mrs. Alfred W_ebber, Mr.,daughter, JJorotfay; Patrick; marble spoon, J. Levandoski in ceremonies h&ld lows: Pvt. George Ericksen, V.-S. ters for the younger group.
                                      Chester Nowicki • and •
                                                                 and Mrs.                               b
                                                                             girls,-Evelyn Meszaros,- Jean Lar- in Our Lady of Peace Church. 510-20117, Service- Co. 135 Inf.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            L u t h e r a n Church.    -   - : - • : ; :---• -••
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       6—Meeting of the Priscilla Missionary Circle of Our Redeemer
    FORDS—Mr. and Mrs. Hans E. Ann,' and Mr. and^ Mrs. George .Sjfen,' Carol ftbpcho; boys, William Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Wil-Begt., 47th Div., Camp Rucker, TRANSFERRED                                                               Evangelical Lutheran Church., .                      :
Larsen, 25 Washington Avenue, Kopko and son, George, of Perth liewis,: Richard Kayla; smaller liam Horvath of Perth Amboy.                              Ala.     •           ' "     .      .
                                                                                                                                                                                                FORDS—#FC Russell W. Lar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      "7—Meeting of Ladies' Auxiliary of keasbey Fire Company.
gave a farewell patty in honor of Amboy.                                     children, Peter Bfozowski, Diana         A dinner party was for the                                                                                       8—Meeting Keasbey Women's Second Ward Republican Club in
                                                                             Srozow^ki and Dolores Walters. immediate families and sponsors TO SEE GAME                                       sen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans                 •flrehouse.                      ".
their son, Russell W., who is leav-
ing soon for service overseas with BABY BAPTIZED                                                                   after the services.                     FORDS—Fords Post 163, Ameri- Larsen, 25 Washington Avenue,                 12—Family picnic Roosevelt Park t : Metuchen, by Keasbey
                                        FORDS-=-Rev. John 33. Grimes HOME FROM KOREA                                                                    can Legion, will sponsor a bus ride   has been transferred from Robins              Women's Second Ward Republican Club.
the Medical Group of the Air
Force.
                                                                                                                                     SQUADRON
                                      administered the .sacramerit of '. FORDS—Pvt. John Bihary, 9 WITH SCHOOL Rudolph W. Gloff, to the Yankee Stadium to witness Air Base, G., is a Camp Kilmer.              to                     19—Picnic by the 5 and 2 Club/at the home of Mrs. Ben Juhl,
                                                                                                    was one of 13 FORDS—PFC.                                                                  Private Larsen
    Guests included Mr. and Mrs. baptism to Edward Joseph, infant Madison Avetltle, veterans of Ko- son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gloff, a baseball game between the N. Y. medical group of the TJ. S. Air
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    member of the            60 Dunbar Avenue.
                                      son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kras- ntore New Jersey,                                                                Yankees and the Chicago White                                                 22—Family picnic at Roosevelt .Park, Metuchen, by Mothers'
Nicholas Boelhower and daughters,                                                                                  Homsby Street, has been assigned                                           Force.                                        Club of Boy Scout Troop No. 53.
Arlene and Elaine; Mr. and Mrs'. cewski, 38 Coolidge Avenue, in iifean combat who arrived at San to the 347th School Squadron at Sox tomorrow night.
Louis Larsen and Miss Doris Lar-      ceremonies conducted in Our Lady Francisco for home leaves.                  Northwest Missouri State College, PAPER DRIVE SUNDAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      25—Picnic by families of Fords Memorial Post 6090, VFW, and
                                                                                                                                                                                              WELCOME DAUGHTER                               its auxiliary in Roosevelt Park, Metuchen. :
sen of Raritan Township; Mr. and of Peace Church.. Sponsors, were TO MEET WEDNESDAY                                Maryville, Mo., and upon comple-        FORDS—The Fords Lions Club FORDS—Mr. and Mrs. Robert                       26—Third annual family picnic by William Warren Association
Mrs. Oscar Ahrens and sons, Vin-i Mrs. Rose Asprocolas«and Nicholas • FORDS—The ' Ladies' Aid So- tion of his training will be reas- will hold a paper drive Sunday Wiggett, 92 Gordon Avenue, are                                          in F o r d s P a r k .              • ; . " • '        :
cent and Oscar 3rd of this place; Lavrentiev of town. A dinner party ciety of Our Redeemer Evangelical signed to an Air Force Base to starting at noon in Fords, Keas- the parents of a daughter bom                                  28—Theatre party to Millburn Playhouse by the Ladies' Auxiliary
Mr. and Mrs. James McDermott of       for 100 guests followed: at the Lutheran Church will meet Au- perform dutites as clerk typist for
                                                                                                                                                        bey, Hopelawn and the Clara Bar- in the Perth Amboy General Hos-                   • of Keasbey Fire Company. •• ' '• '
New York; Miss Anna Martin of PhOenix Grove; Rartian .Township. gust 2 in the parish hall.                         the U. S. Air Force Base, Texas. ton section of,Fords.                     pital.
Newark; Mr. and Mrs. William JOIN V.F.W. POSf
Dickman and Mr. and Mrs. Fred           FORDS—C. W. Grier,. of Keas-
Sabal of Rahway.                      bey, Brandon McCrohan and John
AT CRAIG FIELD                        Faczak, Jr., Fords, were welcomed
                                      into membership of the
   RARITAN TOWNSHIP — Pfc. Memorial Post 6090, V'FW,Fords              at a
Frank Bien, 18386547, son of Mr. meeting held in. post headquarters.
and Mrs. Frank Bien, of Roosevelt Commander Glen A. Nelson, Sr.
Boulevard, is .now serving in the was in charge. Hospitality was in        s
IT. S. Air Force and its stationed charge of Robert Lehman. -
with the 542nd Air Force Band at
Craig Field, Ala.                     INFANT CHRISTENED
                                         FORDS—The infant daughter
  THERE'S STILL TIME TO of Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, 106


                                                                                   is back in
                                      Fairfield Avenue, was ehristened-
   JOIN OUK NEW 20-WEEK Janet Theresa by Rev. Stanley J.
                                      Levandoski in ceremonies conduct-
 MERCHANDISE CLUB                     ed in Our Lady of Peace Church.
                                      Sopnsors were Mrs. Ruth Eier,
                                      South River and Joseph Molnar,
   Runs Thru Thanksgipng Fords. A dinner party and open
      (An easy way* to shop for       house were held.
          Christinas Gifts!)
                                      VISITING SON
    Join Today!                         FORDS—Mr. and Mrs. Robert
                                      Murray and daughter, Betty, 15
          For the Finest in           MacArthur Dr,ive, have left to visit
                                      their son and brother, PFC. Rob-
               GIFTS                  ert Murray, Jr., at the U. S. Air
       GREETING CARDS                 Force Base, Stillwater Okla
                                      333 KIDS REGISTER
                                                                                                                                       is ready to serve you once again;
   GRAHMANN'S                            FORDS—William G. Nork, di-
                                      rector of the Fords Playground,
      533 New Brunswick Ave.
    <Next to FoirOs Playhouse)
                                      announced that 333 children are
                                      now registered for playground ac-
                                      tivity.
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