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 - Announcement Is Made of Rites Read Friday Night...
Announcement Is Made of Rites Read Friday Night for Crowley-Kirk Marriage in Bride's Home AT 6:30 o'clock Friday night, Miss Norma Jean Kirk, daughter of Mrs. G. F. Rose, 588 Mt. Vernon road, and E. P. Kirk of Newark, became the bride of Robert D. Crow ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Crowley, Summit road. The double ring ceremony was read before the fire-place in the bride's home, 588 Mt. Vernon road. Rev. W. H. Long, pastor of the United Brethren church was the officiating minister. Snapdragons, Marconi daisies, sweetpeas and roses were used in decoration of the mantel. The bride wor a dressmaker sun oi mue gaoaraine accemea ay wiiue attessui it?s auu nci shoulder flowers were a corsage of American Beauty roses. Mrs. William Lannon served as matron of honor wearing a beige suit with white accessories and her shoulder flowers were ' tea-roses. Serving as best man was Richard Crowley, brother of the bridegroom. For the reception the table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature orme ana Kruum, j Rittenhouse, 826 Mt. Vernon either side of which sweetpeas road t Sund wilh M and and roses . were used. Mrs. O F M j Hanover. f'it? P whh' X Miss Dolores Toothman, daugh- a white flannel dress with white , ,. , ,. i. ', m.i, accessories, her shoulder flowers ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tooth-being American Beauty roses. j man. 169 Burt ?Yen"e' underwent Mrs. William Crowlev, mother operation Monday m White f h krUAornnm wnr. , orAv Cross hospital, Columbus. Her pin-stripe suit with . black ac cessories. Her flowers also were American Beauty roses Dinner was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. William Crowlev and son William, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Rose and James Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Den-man and daughter Sue Ann, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wert Mosher and daughter Marjorie and son Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. William Lannon, Mrs. Patricia Ann Lange. Mrs. T. Smith, Mrs. Roy Voil, Miss Jean Lang, Ernest Ankrum, Albert Lombardo, Rich ard Crowley. The bride was a graduate oi to stop off to visit friends or rela-Newark high school with thejtives while making a cross-coun class of '44. Mr. Crowley was i try trip in your car.- discharced recently after three and a half years' service with the U. S. navy. He is associated witn the Owens-Corning corporation. After a short wedding trip, the . couple will reside for the present in 588 Mt Vernon road. Personal Mr. and Mrs. John W. Baugh- man and daughter, Carrol Ann of Tunnel Hill have gone to Brook line, Mass., to attend the wedding of Mrs. Baughman's sister, Miss Antanetta Kisco. Miss Constance Makris, daugh- , tef of Mr and Mrg j Maki is. 107 North Sixth street, has re- !w.m,n at ovfnrH fnr the sum- i ,.,', Joseph Jeffries, 48 South Fourth street, is in Lancaster, Pa., for a 10 days' visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Jones, 15 Wilwood avenue were guests Saturday night of Mr. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Acil D. Jones of Hanover, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lacy of Dennison, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex condition is satisfactory. Miss Junia Sells, who has been a patient in White Cross hospital, Columbus, the past several weeks is convalescing in her home, 1062 West Church street. She was brought to her home Friday in the McCament ambulance. Miss Virginia Maier and Clara Lou Swam, Ohio Power company employes, left today for Pensa cola, Fla., for a week's vacation. They will be guests of Ensign and Mrs. Alan Burton, former Newark residents. WHICH IS PROPER? THE SITUATION You clan WRONG WAY Inform them. "We'll arrive some time Tues- day.' RIGHT WAY Let them know whether you plan to arrive in the morning, afternoon, or evening. It may make considerable difference in their plans for the day,

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 08 Jun 1946, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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