Mrs. Charleston H. F. Smith of
326 Benson place will entertain Mr. and Mrs. Roger Barter
Their Wedding Ceremonies Are Held
her Samba Club at her summer 920 Harding street are parents
cottage in Ocean City this week- a son born last Wednesday SALLY
end. (Continued frojipsge 10)
Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield. Miss Betsy Flint, who June 19
will become the bride of Jack Holz-
hauer, will entertain her attend-
ants at lum-htton next Tuesday.
Those present will be her sister.
RENT your FORMALS Miss Margaret Flint, who will be
maid of honor in the wedding, Miss
Nancy Tobey and Miss Frances I'
Harvey of Westfield and Miss Lone '
Buchler of West Orange, all of I
whom will be bridesmaids. Misa |
FOR WEDDINGS, Flint is the daughter of Mr. and i
Mrs. Frank Flint of 771 Fairaores ' f
avenue and Mr. Holzhauer is the '
BANQUETS or DANCES son of Mr. and Mrs. Holzhauer of !
Detroit, Mich., formerly of West
dreii correctly - f M | otM M Orange.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Chonko of
COMPLETE OUTFITS 604 Leigh drive are parents of a
son born May 28 at Overlook Hos-
Including All Accessorial pital, Summit.
FroihlydMiwd. R M sonaUy priced. Mr, and Mrs. Kussell Cross of
405 Midway avenue, Fanwood, are
parents of a daughter born May
• TUXEDOS 29 at Overlook Hospital, Summit.
(White « M.A) Mr. and Mrs. George Denny
went to Baltimore Tuesday to at-
• FUU DRESS • CUTAWAYS tend the commencement exercises
at Johns. Hopkins University where
—Jo Jan Studio JuleWltlo their son, George Jr., received a
MRS. GORDON RAY MRS. RICHARD SAACKE Ph.D. degree In organic chemistry,
aufair itfits Shirley William*
Becomes Bride In
MUi Ann Litselman
Weds Richard Saacke
In Netc Brunswick
Lafayette Has Three
George also holds a B.S. in chem-
istry from Washington and Lee,
and an M.A. from Johns Hopkins.
He plans to do medicinal research.
TAILORS Three students from Westfield Mr. and Mn, Charles Chultz of
will be graduated at commence- 1527 Lamberts Mill load are pnr-
Miss Shirley Ann Williams, Miss Ann. Laird Litzelman, nts of a son born June 1 at Muhl-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl ment exercises at Lafayette Col-
111 QuimbySl. T.I. WI. MSM lege tomorrow. Gov. Robert B. enberg Hospital, Plainfteld.
Williams of 626 Springfield ave LiUelman of 234 Scotch Plains »••
nue, »nd Gordon Kay, son of Mr, avenue a n d Richard George Meyner, a Lafayette alumnus, will Hosts tomorrow evening at a
ana Mrs. Harry Kay of 235 Third Saacke of Newark were married be the commencement speaker. party following the wedding re-
avenue, Garwood, were married Friday evening in Wood Lawn Arthur L. Cox, aon of Mr. and hearsal of their son, John Noskc,
Saturday afternoon at four o'clock of Rutgers Alumnae House of the
n the Mountainside Union Chapel, New Jersey College for Women,
Mrs. Stephen G. Cox of 225 Wood-
land avenue, will receive the de- and Misa Nancy Loveland will be
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Trougas of
The Casual Summer Hair-cut
'ha Rer. Milton P. Achey offtci- New Brunswick. gre of bachelor of science in elec- Cranford. Mr. Noske and Miss
ted, and a reception was held at The Rev. Dr. Robert Mlldran, trical engineering, eland, who is the daughter of By expert cutting and skillful shaping
Irchard Inn, Mountainside. Protestant counsellor of Rutgers He is a member of Phi Kappa Mr. And Mrs, L. L. Lovejand of
Psi social fraternity and the stu- we will achieve a lovoly eaay-to-manage coif.
The bride, who was given in University, performed the cere- dent branch of the Institute of
Central avenue, will be married
larriage by her father, wore a mony. A reception followed in in the First Methodist Church Sat-
ice gowa and carried Eucharist the Alumnae House, Radio Engineers. He also will r-0' urday. . Permanent Waves — $10.00 tip
ceive a commission as second lieu-
this y«arl ilies and stephanotis. The bride, escorted by her fa-
tenant in the U. S. Army, having
Mr. and Mra, Gerald Kroger of
Miss Marion Collani of Newark, ther, wore an embroidered organdy completed tho KOTC course 8t tho
AU my heavy houiccleav
Ing work ii beinf draw
he maid of honor, wore a light dress fashioned wilh a portrait
>lnk lace strapless gown. "She car- neckline, short sleeves, and fitted
'ied maroon carnations and pink bodice, and bouffant skirt with
Roger Don Sidenor, son of Mr.
20 North Wickom drive are par-
nts of a son born June 1 at Rah-
way Memorial Hospital, Rahway.
by my dryclearm this back ruffles 'forming a chapel and Mrs. Roger D. Sidener of 52i «••-
iweetheart roses. Summit avenue, will receive th Mr. and Mrs. Kussell C. Terry OF WESTFIELD
year I For the BIO iprinf • train. Her fingertip tulle veil was
Mrs. William Ilolterling of held by a headpiece of tulle and degree of bachelor of arts, havin, of 668 Carleton road have returned
time job, I lend all my
estfield was bridesmaid. She pearls and she carried a cascade majored in philosqphy. from a six-week trip to California. 225 E. Broad Street WE S-231t
drapes, bedspreads, blan- Ho was a dean's list student,
kets, and slipcovers to rove a blue gown and carried pink bouquet of white carnations. (Please turn to page 14)
arnatlons and garnet sweetheart Misa Janet Woodall of Wayne member of Phi Kappa Tau socia
my drycleaner. They oses, fraternity, the college choir am
come back with was the bridal attendant. Her
Earl Orwig Society. He plans t
that springtime Edward Williams, brother of the gown was blue embroidered or- enter Princeton Theological Scm
sparkle . . . with ride, was best man, and William gandy, ballerina length, and she nary. 4
lolterling ushered. wore tufted yellow carnations in
colon that tint in her hair. She carried a cascade Frederick W. Zipf III, son o
the sprirtf/And it's The couple left for Florida. bouquet of talisman roses and yel- Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Zipf Ji. • *
more economical Jpon returning they will make low carnations. 781 Oak avenue, will receive th
than you'd ever heir home in Plainfield. The brida Ronald Kurtz of New Paltz, N. degree of bachelor of arta, havin
imagine 1 ;raveled in a yellow linen dress. Y., was best man. Ushers were majored in government.
Mrs. Ray is a graduate of West- William Wosterfleld of Newark He is a membe.of Phi Kopp
leld High School and is employed and Edgar Johnson of Penn State Psi fraternity, Kirby Society an
by Eastcoast Equipment Co., .College; VK. '• •-w- • " JScababrd and Blade Society an
Mountainside; Mr. Rny, a grajKn «T Foi*ftr«velirig the Uride wore a 'played on "the college s6<!8eTPi'in
ate of Jonathan Dayton Regioint Hue nylon suit with white acces- lacrosse teams,
ligh School, Springfield, is also sories. After a wedding trip, the
imployed by Eastcoast Equipment couple will reside at 131 West
Park avenue, State College, Pa. Rutgers University, where he wa
The bride is a graduate of New a member of Alpha Zota honorary
Andrew, hair stylist of 201 Cen- Jersey College for Women and is fraternity and Alpha Gamma nn
tal avenue, has returned from associate teenage program direc- social fraternity. He is a gr
FREE STORAGE the spring hair fashion show at tor at the YWCA in Lancaster, ato assistant in the dairy busbar
the Berkeley Carteret, Asbury Pa. , dry department at Penn Stati
Drapes, Slipcovers, Blankets, Comforters''Cleaned by 'ark. Mi'. Saacke is a graduate of College.
us STORED FREE till Oct. 15th and Nothing to Pay
until we deliver them.
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