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Pottstown Mercury (Newspaper) April 22, 1947, Pottstown, Pennsylvania PAGE SIX Phone 2263 POTTSTOWN MERCURY. POTTSTOWN. PA. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 22. Members of the cast, include Mary Lou Wanner. Robert Pennypacker. Byron Crosby, Colette Thomas, Henry Adams! Olga Hritzko. Mar jorlc Cohen. Charles Emery. Doris Knause. Ronald Dellecker, Richard Salinger, I michael kors uk sabel Reichman. Thomas E. Miller, Richard Brendlinger. Prompters will’be Betty Pearson and Nancy Wolcott. The quartets consist of Florence Barrett, Doris Erb. Carl Watkins, Thomas W. Miller and Norma Saltzer, Nancy Saltzer, Joanne Brown, Ruth Kochel. Members of the chorus include Kitty Lou Olewiler. Alberta Buch holtz, Gertrude Buchholtz, Jean Ann Rawn, Marie Christman. Cath erine Elliott. Ruth Biehl, Kathryn Rutter, Joanne Embody, Ruth Gruff, Ann Dinhocenti. Ruth Pol lock. June. Schock, Janet Foltz, Sarah Ann Moeel. Betty Pearson. Doris Roberts, CLUB NEWS Social Activities WEDDINGS Brightbill Monroe Nuptials Performed In Stowe Church Mrs. Florence Brightbill, West High street, announces the mar riage of her daughter. Miss Sara Jane Brightbill. to Mr. Douglas Monroe, son of Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Pottstown RD 3. The double ring ceremony was performed Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock in St. Peter’s Evangelical and Reformed church, Stowe. by the Rev. Kenneth Anderson, pastor. The bride wore a ‘powder blue street length dress with black and white accessories and a corsage of red rose buds and gardenias. The couple were attended by Mr. and. Mrs. Daniel Stetler, brother and sister in law of the bride. Mrs. Stetler wore a pink dress with black and white accessories and a corsage of pink rose buds and Jane Mover, Bertha Petro, Betty Mover. Norma Saltzer, Florence Barrett, Betty Keim, Carl Watkins, Thomas W. Miller. Robert Gaugler, Robert Reitnauer, Harold Smale, Raymond Moore, Robert Witmyer, John Dunmire, George Marquette, Charles Hunsberger. The dancers in “Love Goes South” will be Janet Foltz, June Schock, Mary Jane Yorgey, Betty ‘Moyer, Bertha Petro, Ruth Biehl, Martha Geiger, Shirley Baer. Betty Betty Keim. Marie Christ man, Betty Griffiths. “Love Goes South” is being directed by Miss Margaretta Reid, assisted by Miss Emily Baldwin. Mr, Nelson Grofe is in charge ‘Of the scenery. Judy Readman Honored On Sixth Anniversary In celebration of her sixth birth day anniversary, Judy Readman was honored at a party Saturday in her home, Pottstown RD 4. The guest of honor was the re cipient of many useful gifts. After a penny hunt and other g michael kors uk ames were enjoyed, refreshmen’ts were served at a table decorated in a pink and yellow color scheme. A large birthday cake was used as a Those present were Gail Gabriel, Connie Swavely, Sharon Lee Bech tel, Gail Kerlin, Gay Bechtel, Mrs. Kurtz Bechtel, Mrs. Louis Swavely, Mrs. Daniel Kerlin, Mrs. Robert Bechtel, Mrs. George Mohn, Mr. Linwood Bechtel, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Readman. Your Child’s Photograph size. JR. TUESDAY to FRIDAY 2 p. nt. to 6 p. in Limited Quantity So. Only One to a Customer Barclay Studio 264 HIGH ST. Pottstown, Pa. Phone 1844 J carnations. Following the ceremony a recep tion was held in the home of the bride’s mother, where the couple will reside. JWV Auxiliary Makes Plans for Card Party Plans for a card party were dis cussed by members of the Ladies’ auxiliary of the Leblang, Freidman, Kessler post, JWV, at a meeting last night in headquarters in the Security Trust building.’ The affair will be held Tuesday night, ‘May 6 in the vestry room of Mercy and Truth synagog. At the meeting conducted by Frances Leblang, president, a re port, on the JWV auxiliary Regional meeting held April 13 in Philadel phia, was given by Lillian Raden, Senior vice president. It was announced a reception would be held Monday night, May 5 in honor of Miss Tina Brill Na tional president of the JWV auxil iary. Virginia Pennypacker and Robert High Married in Parkerford Brethren Church Wedding of Virginia Pennypacker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Pennypaacker. Pottstown RD 1, and Mr. Robert High, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman High, Spring City, took place Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock in Parkerford Brethren church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alvin Alder fer, pastor. For the occasion the church was decorated with palms, white snap dragons, and lilies. A recital of bridal music was BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Swart ley. Collegeville. announce the birth of a daughter yesterday in Memorial hospital. HOSPITALS MEMORIAL Admitted: Mrs. Dorothy Grogg, Road B, Hilldale. medical; Prank Cullegevillfc. intidluttl, Mtt Sara Swartley, Collegeville, ma ternity; Samuel Kellar, Hanover Heights, medical; Mrs. Ruth L. Snowberger, Boyertown, maternity. Discharged: Mrs. Kathryn Bechtel, Royersford, surgical; Mrs. Verna Zeleznick, 405 South street, maternity. North Hanover street, surgical: Margaret Snyder, Glen Moore, medical; Mabel Knauer, 1386 Queen street, surgical; William Wright, Boyer town RD 2, medical. A daughter was born yester day in Memorial hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Snowberger, Boyertown. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eagle, 206 Oak street, are receiving con gratulations upon the birth of a son yesterday in Pottstown hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Klink, 1033 Queen street, announce the birth of a son yesterday in in Pottstown hospital. A daughter was born yes terday in Pottstown hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Norman Lauer, 153 South Franklin street. Mr. and Mrs. John Weber, Boyertown, announce the birth of a daughter yesterday in Pottstown hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bechtel, Boyertown RD 1, are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a daughter in Reading hos pital. April 19. Mrs. Bechtel was the former Edna Wartman, 109 East Third street. Miss Beflyjanejtkoffi Engagement Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Groff, 36 Chestnut street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty jane, to Robert N. Scheffey, son of Mr. and Mrs michael kors uk . Grover C. Scheffey, 48 Eastr Third street. Smith’s Pie company. Mr, Scheffey is a student at Philadelphia Museum and School of Industrial Art. No wedding date has been set. YOU New Class Forming For May 12 Bryland Institute of Beauty Culture 700 PENX STREET READING. PA. Phone presented by Mr. Ferdinand Ma lanke, organist, and Dr. Paul Penny packer, brother of the bride, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white satin with a short train. Her finger tip veil of scalloped net was held in place with a coronet of carnation feathers and she carried a bouquet of white roses with a shower of carnation feathers. Her only jewelry was a string of pears, gift of the bridegroom. Sara Pennypacker, who attended her sister as maid of honor, was gowned in pink faille. She wore a headdress of pink roses with a small pink veil and carried a bou quet of pink roses. Miss Margaret Mott. Philadelphia, and Mrs. Lucille Pennypacker. York, sister in law of the bride, as bridismaids wore blue faille gowns and headdresses of red rose with small blue veils and tbey carried bouquets of red roses. Bertie Yergey, Parkerford, in the role of flower girl, wore a floor length gown of yellow and carried a basket of yellow daisies and rose petals. Mr. Carl High, Spring City, per formed the duties of best man for his brother while Messers. Roy Mut ter, Gilbertsville, and Richard Nel son. Spring City, served as ushers. Mrs. Pennypacker, mother of the bride, wore a two piece navy blue dress with navy and white acces sories and a corsage of pink carna tions. Mrs. High, mother of the bridegroom, chose an aqua and brown dress with brown accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Following the ceremony a recep tion was held in the home of the bride’s parents, after which the couple left on a wedding trip, the bride wearing a navy blue suit with navy and white acces sories and a corsage of white roses from her bridal bouquet. Upon their return they will reside in the home of the bride’s parents. The bride and bridegroom were both graduated from Spring City High school with the class of ’44. The bride attended Drexel Institute of Technology and is employed at the Kappes Upholstery shop. Mr. High, who served ifi the Army Air Force, is employed by the Spring 40 Ditty Bags Made and Filled by Legion Auxiliary Members of the American Legion auxiliary made and filled 40 ditty bags for the Naval hospital at a meeting last night, in Library hall. At a business session it was voted to contribute to the Pdttstown Public Library and to the Coatesville Veterans hospital for a picnic It was announced a rummage sale would be held May 26 to 29 inclu sive, at the YWCA. After new members were initiated. Miss Joan Sterner and Miss Betty Werstler, pupils of Miss Freda Schindler. sang several vocal solos. Piano trios were presented by Mrs. Albert Mauger and two of her pupils, Marilyn and Marjorie Berger. Mrs. Benjamin Mowbray, Pan American chairman, gave a short talk on Colombia. City Bleach and Dye company, and also is attending Philadelphia Tex tile Institute. “A Southern Nightmare” presented fcy Mothers’ Class of St. Paul’s Reformed Church, Stowe, Pa. Wed., April 23, 1947 at f M. West Pottsgrpve High School 60c f Matte at FRANKLIN ST. 213 J LANCASTER CO. POTATOES A SPECIALTY Extra Large Size Natural Color, Tree Ripened Tree Florida’s Finest Seedleu VALENCIA ORANGES 49C Buy Them by the Bit? Bag and Save Money These Hold U Crate First in FUR STORAGE MODEL WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES Today Mr. and Mrs. William J. Him melreich, Royersford RD 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Cook, Pottstown RD 1, three years. Michael Gresko, Frick’s Locks, attended the 16th Con vention of Woodmen Supreme Circle in Scranton. Mrs. Gresko was a delegate from Grove 57. Virginia type peanuts are cleaned by machinery, which removes dirt from the shells and polishes them slightly. MARGIE At the Piano Every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Highway Rettaurant limerick Route 422 FUR STORAGE Cleaned Glazed Relined Repaired Remodeled MARGARET W FRAY 1040 High St. LAST DAY I UNiyERSAL INTERNATIONM. torn DettRlO Irian DONIEVY IgAROEN KULLMAN TOMORROW Barbara Stanwyck John With Anne Shirley Scout Council To Sponsor Camping Course for Leaders At a meeting of the Potlstown Council of Girl Scouts last night in the YWCA, Miss Edna Hutt. com missioner, who presided, announced the council would sponsor a train Ing course in outdoor camping’ for leaders. Sunday afternoon, April 27. The course will be under the di rection of Mr. Waverly Kehl, Mr. Joseph Landis, and Mr. Paul Mil ler. Leaders were asked to meet at the YWCA not later than 2 o’clock. The group will be taught the art of using axes and knives for out door camping. They also will be taught how to build various flres. Announcement was made of a Leaders Conference to be held May 3 in Reading. Miss Hutt reported the council would send three leaders to the National Girl Scout camp, Camp Edith Macy in New York State this Summer. Plans for troop camping during Summer months were discussed. Daniel Boone homestead has been selected as one site is under consideration. It was announced the training committee would sponsor a course in life saving for any adult in the community. Pupils of Mrs. D. H. Jones To give Piano Recital Mrs. D. Peters. They will be assisted by Mr. Herbert A. Russell, violinist; Mr. Augustus McElroy, vocalist; Mrs. Joseph Placido, reader, and Mr. Richard Placido, on the electric guitar. Stoudt, Palm, and Berry L. Snyder, East Greenville. FUR STORAGE Insurance Protection Pottstown Cold Storage Phone 32 THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL I M TRU ART Super “A” Oil TT With or Without Appointment HOURS DAILY 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. except Mon. and Sat. 9 to 6 PHONE 3388 215 HIGH STREET YOUR BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARIES TODAY’S HOROSCOPE IF THIS Is your birthday anni versary, you have a musical talent which should be developed. You are positive In your opinions, but when thoroughly convinced, yield with good grace. You hiive a clear and alert mind, and keen insight. Yon arc capable of a deep and sacrificing love. Today Wilson E. Yerger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W, Yerger, Warwick Settlement. Kenneth Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William. G. Dawson, Pottstown RD 2. Oscar H. Darlington Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar H. Darlington, Pottstown RD 1. Helen Krigolo, daughter o michael kors uk f Mr. and Mrs. Peter Krigolo, 324 Elm street, Stowe. Horace Gauger Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gauger, 520 Spruce street. Jean Wensel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wensel, 438 High street. Roy Mest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mest, Oak and Hanover streets. Lester Easier, ‘Douglassville RD. Arlene Marie Boughter, daughter of Mr.’ and Mrs. Lewis Boughter, 520 North Hanover street, aged two years. ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL Mrs. Harry C. Jones, formerly of Star Route, was admitted to Reading hospital where she under went an eye Oranges, grapefruit, and lemons j grown all over the world this sea son are estimated at about 338 mil lion boxes. Spring and Simmer SKIRTS In Pastel Colors 2 93 and 3 93 Dressy and Tailored Styles 363 HIGH ST, SINGER 3S3 HIGH ST. Committee Named At Meeting of f Army Auxiliary Appointment of a nominating committee featured last nlght’f meeting of the Salvation Army auxiliary in the citadel, 268 King street. Those appointed were Mrs. Kulp, chairman; Mrs. Esther Kend rick. Mrs. Mary Overholtzer, Mrs. Bessie Sowers and Mrs. Maria Hanley. The group will present their slate of officers at the May meeting. At the meeting over which Mrs. A. A. Gallo, president, presided, the group discussed personal for making money. After a short business meeting the program was turned over to Mrs. Anna Swavly, who gave a paper demonstration. Forty seven members attended the session. Social Calendar Manthorne to night at 8 o’clock in the parish JK , house of Christ Episcopal church, f Rainbow class iSfTrinity EC tonight at o’clock in the home of Mrs. Daniel Kranch, 344 Oak street. Lady tonight at 8 o’clock in the IO of A building. Important business will be trans acted, games will be played and members were asked to bring prizes. FLOWERS Make the most appropriate Gift for the Sick or Your Loved Ones. 9 Our Prices Are Very Reasonable Floral Arrangements for Wedding and Funerals a Specialty. FULL LINE OF GIFT SUGGESTIONS MGift and Flower Shop 321 High St Ph. CHILDREN OF THE WEEK FROM The HERD Studio ROBERT PEGGY ANN 4 month old son of 6 month old daughter of Mr. and Geo. Grosser Mr. and John Baczor R. D. No. 1, Boyertowa Pottstown too can have lovely portraits of your children when photographed by Garth Herd. THE HERD STUDIO, KING AT PENN Ci f i I ENTIRE STOCK OF HATS Deduced lo UP Black. Brown, Navy, White, Natural All Colors Small and Large Hots All Head Sizes Rose Millinery 8 North Hanover St. The ELLIS MILLS STORE NEW REST ROOM Located on Rear Balcony Is Now Completed Make yourself at home! That’s our wish and anything less would mean our disappointment. We would like this store to be as familiar as the post office or any other place where you had an interest as well as a right. Buying and selling isn’t the only function of this store. Make it your rendezvous. Meet your friends here. Come as often as you like. That’s the hearty manner in which we want to make this store useful. We would if we could make it an indispensable institution, so much so that your mind would refer to this first as among familiar and friendly landmarks. ELLIS MILLS {NEWSPAPER!