The Evening Times from Sayre, Pennsylvania (2024)

of of of of of of Athens, South Waverly, and Waverly, N.Y. THE EVENING TIMES, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1949 PAGE THREE SOCIETY SECTION MARJORIE LOOP TATTERSALL, SOCIETY EDITOR Drexel Graduate Rev. Miss Mary Jane Mann, daughter of Mrs. Genevieve Mann of 312 awarded Madison the street, Bachelor of Sayre, Science was degree from the School of Home Economics, Drexel Institute of Technology, at graduation exercises held today at the Academv of Music Hall. Philadelphia.

Miss Mann was graduated from Sayre high school, where she was a charter member the National Honor society. She entered college in the fall of 1945. 4-H Clubs Meet During Week MISS MARY TOWANDA, June 20 Activities of 4-H clubs in Bradford county for the following week have been announced by the Agricultural and Home Economics extension office here. This afternoon at 1:30 o'clock the "Charm in the Home" club met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Mateer in Lime Hill, while this evening at 8:30 the East Smithfield a 4-H Dairy club will meet in the East Smithfield high school building.

Five meetings will take place Tuesday, beginning at 9 o'clock with a judging practice meeting by the LeRoy dairy club at the home of Nathanial Krotzer. Other sessions will be that of the Wells Hollow Girls' club at 1:30 the home of Mrs. Russell Frisbie, the Mountain Lake Snappy Sewers club at the same time in the Iona Grange hall, and at 8:30 o'clock in the evening when the Agricultural club at Standing Stone meets in the Fisher school house. On shequin Wednesday Girls club the will Ulster She: 1:30 in the Ulster library while that evening, at 8:30 the Warren Center Agricultural club will meet in the Grange hall there. The Powell Girls club will meet in Greenwood hall at 9:30 Thursday morning while at 1:30 that afternoon the 'Charm in the Home" club at Lime Hill will again meet at the home of Mrs.

Mateer. At 8:30 Thursday evening the Durell Agricultural club will meet in the Grange Hall there. Sessions on Friday Fun are the el Terrytown "It's to Cook" club which will meet at 9:30 at the home of Mrs. Leon Otten, JANE MANN While in college, Miss Mann served as assistant business editor of "Lexard," the college yearbook and also as a reporter for "'The Triangle," the school newspaper. In her freshman bership in the Alpha Delta chapyear she was elected to inemter of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority and served as its secretary in her sophom*ore year.

'She was also a member of the Woman's Swimming team and Girl's Glee Club. the Wysox Girls club, which meets at 10 o'clock in the Wysox school, the Durell clothing club which will convene at 1:30 in the Grange hall, the Alba clothclub which will meet at 2:30 in the Alba church and the Greens Landing. Agricultural club which will meet the evening at 8:30 o'clock in the home of Walter Robbins. Waverly Band Enjoys Picnic Two buses carrying 84 Waverly Senior band members and chaperones arrived in Waverly at 10 p.m. Saturday after spending an afternoon and early evening outing at Eldridge Park in Elmira.

The buses left at noon with a picnic luncheon being served at 6 p.m. by C. Fred Kellogg, Waverly caterer. Cloverdale Milk company furnished free milk for the affair and loaned one of the company trucks for the transportation of the foodstuffs and catering equipment. The picnic was paid for out of Band Social treasury.

This fund is compiled over a year's time with the students paying twenty five cents a month dues. This fund was established for the express purpose of holding a band picnic at the close of the school year. Chaperones were band director, James Johnson, John Daly, vocational guidance teacher and Superintendent and, Mrs. Don W. McClelland.

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MORETON CLEANERS FREE PICK UP DELIVERY. PHONE 540 WAVERLY Speaks at Church TOWANDA. June 20 Rev. Mervin Helfrich, newly assigned pastor of the Towanda Universalist church, delivered his opening sermon at the church here yesterday, thus filling the pulpit which has been unoccupied months following the transfer of Rev. Lyman Achenbach to another charge.

Formerly from the Thomas Universalist church in Smithton, Rev. Helfrich will have charge of the Universalist congregations in Towanda, Sheshequin, Standing Stone and Athens, preaching in churches of the first three communities. Rev. Helfrich was formally received by members of his new parish following the service yesterday. He devoted his sermon to finer "Christian life in the spiritual well-being in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ." Phyllis Brown, Sayre, Is Bride Phyllis A.

Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown of Riverside Drive, Sayre, became the bride of Paul M. Rockwell, son Mr. and Mrs.

Paul Rockwell of Athens, R. D. 2 at a double ring ceremony performed in the First Baptist church of Sayre, June 12, by Rev. John E. Whitney.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rocy, close friends of the couple, attended them. The church was decorated with single and double peonies for the ceremony. The bride wore a white organdy dress with white and pink accessories and a corsage of pink buds and white sweet peas.

Mrs. Roby wore a pink dress with white accessories. Mr. Rockwell is a graduate of Athens high school and is employed at Walker Motors Sales Waverly. Mrs.

Rockwell attended Athens high school. The couple will live at 581 Braod street, Waverly. Moose Women to Attend Meetings Members of Waverly Chapter. 195, Women of the Moose, will go to Ithaca Sunday, June 26, and will have charge of closing services at a meeting there. A bus will leave from the Moose home, Waverly, at 1 p.m.

After the Ithaca meeting the group will go to Owego for the opening of the new Moose home p.m. Those members wishing reservations may call Helen Parente, Waverly 866 or 749-J: also those wishing to order corsages may call her. Cleveland Woman Head of BPW ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.. June 20 (UP) K.

Lucille Provo, Cleveland, today headed the Northeast Regional Conference of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Miss Provo was elected yesterday to succeed Mabel H. Wells, New Brunswick, N.J. retiring chairman. Other officers elected were: Co Pote.

Marcus Mrs. Hook. Phoebe the A. Delaware representative recording secretary, Mrs. Jane S.

Lord New Haven, and treasurer. Charlotte I. Seehagen, Augusta, Me. Miss Sue Garfield Becomes Bride of Charles Maloney In St. James Catholic church, Waverly, at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, Miss Sue M.

Garfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garfield of 236 Howard street. became the bride, of Charles D. Maloney, and the Viaton William Maloney of 3 Pine street, Waverly.

Rev. Robert Fox performed the double ring ceremony which was followed by a nuptial high mass. read by Rev. James Marvin. The church was decorated with bouquests of roses, gladioli and peonies.

Miss Patricia Maloney, sister of the bridegroom, sang "Panis Angelicus" and 'Ave accompanied at the organ by Mrs. E. M. Skelly, aunt of the bridegroom. The bride's maid of honor was Miss Mary Elizabeth Agnes Driscoll Waverly was Garfield, her sister, and Miss her bridesmaid.

Her father gave her in marriage. bridegroom's best man was Richard Maloney, his brother and ushers were Garfield of Binghamton, Joseph Maloney of and Michael Garfield of Waverly. The bride was attired in a gown of white satin fashioned in princess style with a fitted bodice, long pointed sleeves and long train. Her finertip veil illusion fell from a tiara of mother of pearl and she carried a colonial bouquet of gardenias. Her maid of honor wore a gown of nile green with an illusion neckline trimmed with ported lace, fitted bodice and long sleeves and skirt of marquisette over satin.

She carried a colonial bouquet of roses and sweet peas and wore a matching floral headdress. Miss Driscoll wore a pink gown with an illusion neckline, in off the shoulder effect, trimmed with a marquisette ruf- fle. The satin bodice was fitted and the full marquisette skirt flared over an underskirt of satin. She carried a colonial bouquet of roses and sweet peas and wore mitts to match her gown and a floral headdress to match her bouquet. Mrs.

Garfield chose a navy blue dress with white sories and red rose corsage and Mrs. Maloney wore a dress in an 'old rose shade with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. A wedding dinner was served at O'Brien's at 11 o'clock followed by a reception until three o'clock at the home of the bride, after which the young couple left for a creek's wedding trip. The bride pink suit with white accessories and a corsage of white gardenias for traveling. They will live at 128 Providence street on their return.

Maloney Is a graduate of Mr. Waverly Maloney high was schraduated from Madera high school. Both are employed at the Grand Union store, Waverly. Mrs. C.

Lines of Waverly, Mrs. John Shumway of Vestal Miss Pauline Murray of Sayre entertained at pre-nuptial showers for the bride. Piano Students Present Recital Twenty-seven piano students of Arthur Abell presented a recital Friday evening at the home of their instructor, 469 Pennsylvania Avenue, Waverly. Taking part Eddie Weinstein, Sonja Holley, Nellie Marie Lattari, Betty Kinney, Jeffery Kaye, Gail Schamel. Sarah Banschof, Marcia Tubbs, Anna Mar.

ie Garfield, Kathleen Johnson, Nancy Cooper, Sandra Huntley, Rita Lattari, Carol Moore, Billy West. Jean Holley, Shirley Ann Gibbs. Sue Ann Thornton, Anita Kaye, Gail and Gavin Jenney, Susan Cramer, Jeffrey Knapp, Shirley Tichenor, Harry Ropp, Ann Hanford and Charles O'Connell. Mark Anniversary Mark MRS. Mr.

and Mrs. Harry Daskam of 304 Maple Street, Sayre, will observe their wedding anniversary June 21 with open house in the evening. Both Mr. and Mrs. Daskam are natives of Athens and were married in the Athens Baptist Church by Rev.

Wellington C. Hardy, a former pastor. Sayre Bridal Couple Mr. and Mrs. William Carey were of Epiphany, Sayre.

The bride ani, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. avenue. bridegroom is the Stevenson street, and is employed corporation. Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary MR.

AND MRS. J. ELMER GRAY of Towanda Mr. and Mrs. J.

Elmer Gray Note 50th Anniversary; 300 Fete Couple TOWANDA, June 20-Mr. and Mrs. J. Elmer Gray of 3 Mulberry street, Towanda, celebrated their Golden wedding anniversary yesterday beginning with a special Mass at the SS. Peter and Paul's church and a breakfast at the David Wilmot hotel and ending with an "open house" reception at their home throughout the afternoon and evening.

Actually, the 50th anniversary falls on Tuesday, June 21, but the observance were planned for yesterday as an accommodation for the large number tives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Gray who attended from several states, including California. Approximately 300 persons participated in the various observances, marking the occasion as possibly one of the lar. gest of its kind ever held in this vicinity.

The honored couple was presented with many gifts. Each of the guests was escorted to the beautiful gardens in the rear of the Gray home, where refreshments were served. The anniversary served as a reunion the family, their children most of their fond grandchildren being present. Four brothers and all three sisters of Mrs. Gray were present, some accompanied by their families, and many relatives of Mr.

Gray were brought together for the first time in years. Also attending the affair were the attendants of Mr. and Mrs. Gray, both of whom are still extremely active. They are Mrs.

John Fleming of Main street, Towanda, the former Miss Mary White, who was bridesmaid, and Edward Mahoney of Powell, a brother of Mrs. Gray, who was best man. The couple was married on June 21, 1899, in the SS. Peter and Paul's church, Towanda, by Rev. J.

J. Corner, pastor. They immediately set up housekeephome where they now reside, Mr. Gray having had the structure completed during the previous year. In the intervening years the home has been modernized, while large adjoining properties have been developed, through the couple's ingenuity, into one of the garden spots of Towanda.

Mr. Gray was born in Springville, Susquehanna county, in 1875 and came to Towanda, where he has since resided, with his family when he years old. The decendant of a sturdy stock of Scotch who settled in Connecticut late in the tury, he claims in his ancestory a great grandfather who is credited with first bringing oxen into Pennsylvania. A brother of this man. Commodore Robert Gray, went down in history for first entering the Columbia river and raising American flag, thus securing the nation's claims on the Louisiana territory and opening up a new shipping industry there.

Mr. Gray learned the upholstering trade as a youth in the Frost furniture factory, but. while still in his teens went with the S. and N. Y.

railroad as a machinist. Several years later he transferred to the Lehigh system, accumulating a total service of 38 years before his retirement in 1940. For many years he was foreman of the Lehigh roundhouse here but went to the Sayre shops when that was discontinued. Following several months of retirement he again resumed activities, becoming an upholster at the King and King furniture store here. where he is presently employed.

Mrs. Gray was Julia Agnes Mahoney who was born on June 22, in Bantry, County Cork, the daughter of a prosperous business man. Several of her aunts and uncles had already come to the United States as did her family when she was 10. moving the vicinity of Powell and Monroeton. She still has a keen memory of Bantry, which she called the key to the Atlantic since its ports could hide the English fleets.

It also thus has protected the Irish neutrality. Both have been extremely active through the years, particularly in work of their church. Mr. Gray is a member of the Sayre lodge, Knights of Columbus and of the Towanda Holy has acted in dan mariociety capacity in many technical problems presented by the parish for its improvement. Mrs.

Gray is a member parish Altar and Rosary society, having served as it president in 1948, and was the founder of the St. Agnes Parents' Guild, which serves as a parent-teachers organization for the parochial schools here. She has been a leading member of the Towanda Garden club for many years. Flowers and church activities have guided the life of the couple for many years. They have identified the two together, especially in the care given their outstanding flower garden, a maze of lanes among beds of many species of rare and costly plants.

focal point of the garden is the shrine they erected years ago in devotion to Our Lady of Lourdes, the structure being made from stones all having deep significane, some coming from friends, others collected on numerous trips they have taken, a few from Ireland, and other family momentos being superimposed in the cement walls. The top portion opens with a glass door, inside of which is a statue of the saint, for whom Mrs. Gray gives many flowers to the church each year. This is accompanied by a frame holding flowers from Bethlehem and several smaller pictures, statues and medals. The shrine was built in 1938, three months before Mr.

and Mrs. Gray lost their only two daughters and the husband of one in an automobile accident. shrine was dedicated to them and has offered much consolation and relief to them during the troubled times following the accident. In addition to these daughters, Mrs. Mary O'Brien and Mrs.

Agnes Ball, who were killed with the latter's husband, Ronald Ball, the couple has two sons, Robert Gray, general manager of the New York State Electric and Gas company branch in Dansville, N. and Dr. John Gray, an optomolygist in Sacramento, California. There are seven grandchildren, including Mrs. Carl R.

Gross, daughter of the late Mrs. O'Brien and Dr. C. S. O'Brien, and Ronald Ball, son of the late Mr.

and Mrs. Ball. Two great grandchildren are Charlene and Jimmy Gross, the children of Mrs. Gross. Members of Mrs.

Gray's own family attending the affair were the brothers, Edward Mahoney of Powell, Dennis Mahoney of Youngstown, Ohio, Michael and Francis Mahoney of Towanda and Sayre, and three sisters. Mrs. Mary Thompson of Mon- roeton, Mrs. Maurice Eddy of Youngstown, Ohio and Mrs. Catherine Vogelsang Dayton, Ohio.

Daniel Mahoney of Springfield, Ohio, was unable to attend the festivities. At SS. Peter and Paul church the 10 o'clock Mass was celebrated by Very Rev. Maurice A. Hughes, who also was observing his last Sunday at the Towanda church before his Barre.

service was largely Barre. The servicewas largely attended by many friends of couple of all faiths, with congregation overflowing the church. The dinner at the David Wilmot hotel was attended by 42 persons. Flowers for the occasion were arranged by Mrs. Robert Wolfe and Mrs.

Leonard Frawley from the gardens of Mrs. Gray. Among those present were Rev. A. P.

Coniff and Father Hughes, the latter giving an informal tribute to the couple and cited them as the ideal example of family life, a trait, he said, which is rapidly becoming rare. Asked regarding the feeling they have toward each other after their half century of wedded life, Mrs. Gray said that they have always trusted each other in judgment, and above all, they refrained from arguments over money matters. In addition to a large number of friends from here, the observations were attended by people from Dansville. N.

Hornell; Syracuse; Battle Creek, Dayton, Ohio; Youngstown; Miami Beach, Rome, New Albany; Waverly; Dushore; Elmira; Sayre; Endicott; Binghamton; Naples; and Sacramento, Calif. Lions to Hear Tom Worthington Tom Worthington, supervisor at the Sayre playground and a star halfback on the Northwestern University football team, will address, the Sayre-Athens Lions its regular meeting Thursday evening at 6:45 in the Forrest House. Mr. Worthington will speak on the playground operation and on sports in general. William Hansen is program chairman.

HARRY DASKAM With the exception of nine years they have lived all their married life in the Valley. They first spent three years in Elmira, before returning to be with their close friends and relatives. Then eight years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Daskam and family moved to Towanda where Mr.

Daskam was distributor for Atlantic Products for six years. Ill health forced him to sell his business and return to Sayre where they now operate a neighborhood grocery and gas station on Desmond Street. Mrs. Daskam is employed at the Blue Swan Mills and has made friends there. She enjoys doing all sorts of fancy work and, as a hobby, collects match book covers and keeps scrap books.

She also has a large collection of earrings. Both Mr. and sirs. Daskam are members of the Church of Christ in West Sayre, where they are active in the sadors class. Both are members of the choir and Mr.

Daskam sings with the Federated Chorus of the Valley. Mrs. Daskam, who also loves music, plays the for the church Sunday school and at one time played an accordion with the band led by Ralph Bartlett. They have two living children; a daughter, Dorothy, who graduated from Athens High School in 1948 and who is presently employed by the Pennsylvania Telephone corporation in Sayre, and a son. Leon.

who is a student in Sayre schools. Mr. Daskam's one hobby, moby Leon and they both del airplane, building, is shared enjoy flying their new models. Rotary to Fete Honor Graduates A combined meeting of the Valley Rotary Clubs will be held morrow evening at 6:30 in the Sayre Methodist church. The top ranking members of the graduating classes of the schools of the three towns will be guests of the clubs.

J. Frank Faust. superintendent of the schools of Chambersburg, will be the speaker, more leisure time You'll have more leisure time if you pay bills with Farmers National Convenience Checks. The Farmers National Bank ATHENS, PA. Member F.D.I.C.

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recently married in the Church is the former Anna Marie CasciSante Caseiani of South Thomas son of Mrs. Louise Carey of 502 by the Pennsylvania Telephone -Photo by West.

The Evening Times from Sayre, Pennsylvania (2024)


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