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— ....... .. — ^ SOCIETY NEWS ACTIVITIES of CLUBS THE JOURNAL-NEWS, NYACK, N. Y„ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1940 Pag* Five Albiri Carlson Married Mrs. Caroline Furman Honored On 97th Birthday Pearl River Resident Weds Brooklyn Girl. 9 ^ 1 daughter of 1 J Mra. Eric of 481 St. John's Place, Brooklyn, , and Albin Oscar Carlson, son of Mrs. Henning Carlson of 143 South Main .Street, Pearl River, were united in marriage at 5 o'clock on Saturday, October 26, at the Beth ­ lehem Lutheran Church in Brook ­ lyn, the Rev. Gideon Olsen offi ­ ciating. Masses of palms and white gladi ­ oli decorating the pulpit and altar rail formed a background for the bridal party. ^ The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Eric Johnson, and was attired in a long sleeved white taffeta gown with sweetheart neck ­ line, a close fitting bodice, skirt having a pleated flounce across the front. Her tulle finger ­ tip length veil fastened with wreath of orange blossoms had been wor n by' her mother dh her wedding day. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the bride ­ groom and carried a shower bou ­ quet of white roses and sweetpeas. Miss Agnes C. Carlson, sister of the bridegroom was maid of hon ­ or. Her gown* was of two-toned chartreuse and fern green taffeta. She wore a finger-tip veil of char-, treuso tulle held i n p^aco with fern green velvet bows and carried a bouquet of bronze chrysanthc- Fashion Show Tonight Feature of Pearl River Masonic Bazaar Thla evening the second night of three night program sponsored as part of the silver Jubilee bazaar and exposition of N&uraushank Lodge, F. A. M. in the Masonic Temple, C 9 rner of Middletown road and Central avenue, Pearl River, has been designated as \Ladies Night\ and a fashion show will bo featured. The fashion show will be under the * direction of Miss May Brat ­ ton, proprietor of the Bratton Dress Shop, Pearl River, and a member of Gloria Chapter, No. 649, Order of the Eastern Star, *nd the lat ­ est in feminine styles will be mod ­ eled. The show will be held on the second floor of the Temple building and there will bc ‘ plenty of room for the modeling as well as seats for everyone. Among the women who will serve s models are Mrs. Beatrice Rub- yor, Mrs. Anna Holt. Miss Dagmar Williams, Miss Virginia Perry, Miss, June Stock, Miss Arline Katen- i. Li The bridesmaid, Miss Doris Stroud, and the matron of honor, Mrs. Elsie Seaholm, both of Brook ­ lyn, were gowned in chartreuse taf ­ feta. Their veils and bouquets were similar to that oij the maid of honor. George Chader of Brooklyn was beat man. The ushers were Eric H. Berg and Hilding Johanson. The bride ’ s mother wore a gown of blue velvet with accessories to match and a corsage of white roses and sweetpeas, while the mother of the bridegroom was gowned in wine colored velvet with accessor ­ ies to match and also wore a cor ­ sage of white roses and sweetpeas. A reception and dinner with dancing was held at the Hotel Pierrepont v Immediately after the wedding ceremony. Chrysanthemums and autumn leaves were used in the table dec ­ orations. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson are on a wedding trip through the South and upon their return will take up residence in Pearl River. Mrs. Caroline Furman of Nyack, In whose honor a lea was given on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Furman has been a resident at Nyack for more than 60 years and Is greatly beloved in the com ­ munity. — Photo by E. R. Bollinger Many Friends and Relatives Attend Tea for Nyack Woman To Speak at Roosevelt Tea Norman Littell Addressing Women ’ s Group Tomorrow A n enjoyable time was had by the many friends and relatives who attended the tea held in honor of the 97th - birthday of Mrs. Caroline Furman on Sunday afternoon at her home in High Avenue, Nyack. Mrs. Furma n is in the best of health and enjoys life to the full. She sews and reads and is well informed on current events, hav ­ ing lived for more than 60 years in Nyack, she is well known in the community and greatly belov ­ ed. Many gifts and flowers were showered upon her and she spent a happy day greeting her guests. Among those attending the par ­ ty were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van- Deuscn of Hollis, L. I., Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Perry of Hackensack, N. J^ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Smith of Bayonne, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkes, Mrs. Olin Fellowee, Miss Margaret Fellowes and Miss Jean Ogden of Middle- town, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence VanDeusen of East Orange, N. J., Harry Furman, Miss Ruth Fur ­ man, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Furman and daughter, Dorothy of Arling ­ ton, N. J., Miss Anna VanDeusen of Newark. N. J., Mr. and Mrs. George J. Littell of New Rochelle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Furman Jr. of Haverstraw, Miss Arlene V. Anderson of Cranford, N. J., Mrs. Marjorie Lasher and son, Wilkes of Englewood, N.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Furman, Mrs. Robert Schefmcyer, Mr. and Mrs* Roy W. Furman, Gerald B. Furman, Miss E. Janet Furman and Miss Emma Furman, all of Nyack. Autographed First Editions Among Prizes For Party Planned Parenthood Association Holding Bridge on Wednesday Norman N. Littell, assistant at ­ torney general, connected with the Land Division of the Department of Justice will speak at the Roose ­ velt tea being held tomorrow after ­ noon from four until seven o ’ clock under the auspices of the Women ’ i Democratic Club.- of Rockland County at the home of Mrs. Vic ­ toria Dike, the corner of the Dema- rest Mill road and the New City road, West Nyack. Mrs. Dike has arranged a musical program for the tea. Two of her artist pupils will sing, Leda Cudea, coloratura soprano, who has ap^ peared at other muslcalcs held at Mrs. Dike ’ s home for various or ­ ganizations in (he county and has been & favorite with these audi ­ ences, and A1 White, baritone. Fifteen-year-old Seymour Klein, who is a protege of Mrs. Dike' and who is soon to make hi: debut, will play # Mrs. Adolf Ems is chairman of the committee in charge of the party, the outstanding party of the campaign to Jiave been held by any of the women ’ s Democratic groups. She is being assisted by ( the vice-presidents of the club In i the various townships as well as other officers of the club, c Any person who Ls interested in attending will be welcome. I, Former Ladies Aid Group CoAtinues as Social Croup A farewell and final meeting of Group \D\ of the former Ladies Aid Society of the First Method- lit Church of Pearl River was held at the home-of Mrs. Carl Ol- ,dert in John Street, on Tuesday afternoon. After a discussion the group decided not to dlsbarid but to continue as a social group, to be know as the \Friendship Group,\ in loving memory of the l|te Mrs. Henry Feise, one of its members. * Hymns were sung and refresh ­ ments were served during the aft ­ ernoon. Among those present were Mrs. A1 Cruden, a guest, from Hills ­ dale, N. J., Mrs. John Graham, president of.the gfcup, Mrs. Fred Kenedy, Mrs. Frank Emmons, Mrs. George Kuhn, Mrs. Betty Maxwell, Miss Hildur Johnson, Mrs. B. Wohlafka, Mrs. Alexander Post, Mrs. Arthur Ainsworth and Mrs. George Springsteen, Jr., & The Friendship Group will hold Its meetings at the home of each of the Individual members. One afternoon last Fall over 100 prominent county women played bridge at perhaps the quietest ben ­ efit party in history. The occa ­ sion was the Planned Parenthood Association ’ s annual bridge. The reason for the eerlous play was obvious as one entered the room for at one side a large collec ­ tion of rare and unusual prizes was displayed on three long tables. On Wednesday afternoon, No ­ vember 6, al 2:30 o'clock the asso ­ ciation will hold this year ’ s party in the American Legion Hall in Spring Valley. Mainy prizes have already been presented to the com ­ mittee. Book collectors and wom ­ en Interested in antiques will both be delighted to know that several first editions autographed by the author are among the awards as DAR Holds Memorial Service Marker Placed On Grave of Mrs. Raymond Shatemuc Chapter of the Na ­ tional Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution conduct ­ ed an impressive memorial serv ­ ice, Saturday afternoon, at Green ­ wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, .wheh/A marker was placed on the grave of Mrs. Ralph Raymond pi' Nyack; fp? , r three years regent of the chap ­ ter.' ack Hosplti! since yesterday noon, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jankovic of Orangeburg and a daughter to Mr. land Mrs. Thomas Viala of Tappan. The service was conducted by Miss Marie F. Merritt of Spring Valley, regent of Shatemuc Chap ­ ter, Mrs. Mina Schr&m of Spring Valley, chaplain, and Miss Susan Coe Blauvelt of Nyack, a former regent. V, Three flower spraya were placed on the grave. One was the gift of Mrs. Eugene Poet and Mra. C. Leslie Crum of Spring Valley, one from Miss Cornelia F. Bedell of Nyack, former regent, Mrs. Grace M. Sayres, Mrs. Fred J. Smith of Nyack, and Miss Merritt, and the third from Mrs. Raymond's family. Among the group who attended the ceremony were Mise Merritt, Mrs. Ralph Merman of Spring Val ­ ley, Miss Bedell, Miss Phyllis Ray ­ mond, John Raymond, Misa Jo ­ sephine Mast of Brooklyn, and a few friends of the Raymond family. After the ceremony the group •pant 4 short time with the Ray- well as furniture and silver from the Yonder Hill and Flying Shut ­ tle Antique Shops. Rockland County ’ s beloved Amy Murray has autographed her re ­ cently published but already pop ­ ular volume of poems, \November Hereabouts. ” This book is dedi ­ cated^ to the well-known actor, Rollo Peters, and is prefaced by Maxwell Anderson. Hendrink Willem VanLoon, fa ­ mous writer and illustrator, has autographed and done a sketch in his newest volume, \Invasion.\ This is the thrilling story of a supposed Nazi attack on New York City and his home in nearby Green ­ wich. There will also be a copy of Ed ­ na St. Vincent Millay's poem, \There Are No Islands Anymore.\ Miss Milaly wrote this poem while 111 in bed. She and Harper Broth ­ ers have turned every penny from the sale to British War Relief. Other prizes will be described at a later date. \*•- Mrs. W. W. Commons of Viola Is general chairman. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Ara J. Miller and Mrs. E. J. Bullwinkel, both of West Nyack, and Mrs. T. Gerard Baker of Spring Valley. Mrs. J. K. Mossman of Ramapo is chairman of arrangements. Chair ­ man of prizes is Mrs. H. G. Grif ­ fiths of Nyack. Mrs. Daniel Tomkins of Tom ­ kins Cove is chairma n of tickets and is assisted by Mrs. Leland Stone of Congers, Mrs. Wharton Clay of Nyi^ck, and Mrs. Frank Tallman of the Rockland State Hospital. kamp, Mrs. Lillian Williams, Mrs Irma Koch, Mrs. Bessie Gabel, and Mra. Connie Kirby. The fashion show will begin .promptly at 8:30 o'clock. All wom ­ en who are interested'lire cordial ­ ly Invited to attend by the commit ­ tee in charge. Invitations have been extended to all the women ’ s organizations and auxiliaries of Pearl River, in ­ cluding the Pearl River Women ’ s Club, Pearl River Branch of Ny ­ ack Hospital Auxiliary, auxiliaries of Excelsior Engine Company and Hook and Ladder Fire Company, Girl Scouts, in fact any and all women ’ s groups. While the women and girls enjoying the fashion show there will bo plenty to keep the men and boys interested. The men will find plenty of amusement at the booths. There will be special games for the boys and the youngsters. Arrangements arc being made to handle an overflow crowd of some 400 to 600 persons, Between 400 and 500 members of the Masonic Order, members of fraternal and civic organizations, and friends from Rockland and Bergen Counties attended the open ­ ing night of the bazaar last ning \Fraternal Night.\ Invitations hqd been extended to the members of all Rockland Coun ­ ty Masonic Lodges as well as near ­ by Bergen County lodges. Dele ­ gations attended from Stony Point Lodge, Haverstraw; Wawayanda Lodge, Sparkill; Ramapo Lodge, Suffern; Rockland . Lodge, Nyack; Athelstane Lodge, Spring Valley; Lorillard Lodge, Tuxedo; Friend ship Lodge, Park Ridge; and Tern Lodge, Westwood. Some 4t local organizations wers also in ­ vited. Nearly 400 men and women arc working to make the bazaar a suc ­ cess, including over 300 members of Nauraushank Lodge and 165 women, members of Gloria Chap ­ ter, Order of the Eastern Star, and the wives and relatives of Masons. The hall which houses the bazaar and exposition has been prettily decorated for the occasion. There are the usual booths as well as special bazaar features, which help to make it a gala and festive af ­ fair. New City Woman Elected Mrs. Kroenung Secretary for Methodist District Legion Meeting A Joint meeting of the Charles Krebs Unit, American Legion Aux ­ iliary, and of the Charles Krebs Post, will be held in St Cather ­ ine ’ s Hall, Blauvelt, on Wednes ­ day evening to discuss plans for the Armistice Day celebration. Card Parties A dessert bridge for the benefit of the Nauraushaun P. T. A. will be held at the home of Mrs. James Stanley in Piermont on Friday, November 8, at 1:30 o ’ clock. Cards will begin at two o ’ clock. Assist ­ ing Mrs. Stanley are Mrs. Elaine EUlng and Mrs. Peter Hillebrand. There will be a card party this evening in the recreation hall of the Congers Methodist Church. Knitting for British . The distribution/ 6t 00 pounds of wool by herself and the mem^cVa of her committee within th# past few days to be knit into garments for the British War Relief Society U reported by Mre. Clarence Bald ­ win of Upper Nyack, chairman of knitting for the Rockland County Branch. The women are knitting sea boots, sweaters, socks and hel ­ mets. Wool and instructions may bs obtained from Mrs. Baldwin. Mahoney — McLaughlin Tht engagement of Mis* Vera McLaughlin, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Joaeph McLaughlin of 40 Rot ­ line Avenue. Pearl River, to Wli- >!am Mahoney,, eon ol Mra. Ger ­ trude Mahoney of 10N Green Ave ­ nue, Brooklyn, and the late John Mahoney, was recently announced at a party held at the Creedmore in. Hoille, U L. Hobby Hone Chair for Chlldrtn ’ i HAIR CUT at FRANK ’ S MODERN BARBER SHOr 180 Main Street, Nyack Near Packard-Bamberger The fall meeting of the Federa ­ tion of Ladles Aid Societies of tht Methodist Churches of the Jersey City District was held at the Methodist Church at Englewood, N. J. recently. The purpose of the meeting was the disbanding of the Ladies -Aid Societies _ and the organization of the new society which is known as the Conference of the Women of the Methodist Churches of the Jersey City District. The conference will hold the regular October and April meetings as usual. An organ prelude opened the morning session, with a song serv^ Ice following. The address of wel ­ come was given by the Rev. O. C. Nelson, pastor of the church. Mr. Nelson proffered the keys of the church and the town to the new society. New officers of the conference who were elected at this meeting arc: president, Mrs. W. J. Tom- kin, Ridgewood; first vice-presi ­ dent, Mrs. Robert Stewart, who is missionary chairman; second vice- president, Mrs. Bockman of Hills- dare; third vice-president, Mrs. Bret Pease; fourth vice-president, Mrs. Thorndyke Pyke; recording secretary, Mrs. Daniel Kroenung of New City; corresponding secretary, Miss Elizabeth Smith of Staten Island; treasurer, Mrs. Carlough. In accepting tho presidency, Mrs Tomkins said it would bo a big work, but with help and coopera tlon, she could carry on. Mre. Alfred Townley of West field, N. J., recently elected presi ­ dent of the Newark Conference of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, extended greetings to the new president, officers and repre ­ sentatives of the Jersey City Dis ­ trict. Luncheon was served at noon. At the afternoon session, a serv ­ ice was conducted in memory of the late Mr. Burdick, a valuable worker for the Federation and the church- Howard Le Sourd of Boston pre sented a stirring address, \New Opportunities for Women. ” Musical features of the day ’ s pro ­ gram were a solo at the morning session, \My Ain Countree,\ sung by Mrs. B. T. Barstow, and an ­ other at the afternoon session, \My Task, ” sung by Miss Beverly Moore. The Spring Conference in April will be held at Ridgefield Park, N. J. Representatives from Spring Val ­ ley were the Rev. John E. Grif ­ fith, pastor of the Spring Valley Methodist Church, and Mrs. Grif ­ fith, and Mrs. Charles E. De Baun. Mrs. P. M. Harrington and a group of 20 women attended from SL Paul ’ s Church, Nyack. Eyestrain Is Source of Many Ills Have Your Eyes Examined By — A Man of Experience • DR. F. W. BLAIR ‘ Optometrist 35 NORTH BROADWAY Rockland Theater Bldg. NYACK NEW YORK Hour*: 0 A.M. to 6 P.M. Given Farewell Party - ' Edward Hopper, son of Mr. and Kfrs. Herbert Hopper , of Spring Valley and Robert Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson of Spring Valley, left Tuesday morning for Newport, R. I. to en ­ list in the U. S. Navy.. A number of their friends met st Edward Hopper ’ s residenoe Monday eve ­ ning to present them each with a gift and to go later to Jerry's Villa In Montvale, N. J., for a good luck send-off. Dance Tonight A dance under the auspices of the Children of Mary of St. Jo ­ seph's Roman Catholic Church, Grasay Point, will be held tonight in St. Joseph ’ s Hall. The proceeds will be used fop- the benefit of the Roman Catholic Parishes of Stony Point. Miss Helen Brophy Is chairman and has the assistance of a largo committee. Joe King ’ s or ­ chestra will furnish music for danc ­ ing from nine until two o ’ clock. Relieye Miiery of Coldi Improred Vick* W*y If your child is miserable with muscular soreness or tightness, spells of coughing or irritation from a cold-you ’ ll welcome the relief a \VapoRub Massago ” brings. * With this more thorough treat ­ ment, thepoultlce-and-vapor action of Vicks VapoRub more effectively PIHITIWTU irritated air passages with soothing medicinal vapors ... STIMULATES chest and plaster ... STARTS RELIEVING misery right awayl Results delight even old friends of VapoRub. TO GET a \VapoRub Massage\ with all its benefits - massago VapoRub for 3 minutes on IM ­ PORTANT RIB-AREA OP BACK as well as throat and Chest - spread a thick layer on chest, cover with a warmed cloth. BE sure to use genuine, time-tested VICKS VAPORUB. Betty Jean Zabriskie Observes Fourth Birthday Betty Jean Zabriskie, youngest daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Clifford Zabriskie, of ; North Main street, Pearl River, celebrated her fourth birthday on Tuesday when her grandparents, aunts and cousin gathered at the homo of her par ­ ents In honor of the occasion. Table decorations were In keep ­ ing with Hallowe'en. A large birth ­ day cake decorated for Hallowe'en with four orange candles served as the centerplecS. Pumpkins and cats were arranged about the rooms. . Those present included the guest of honor, Betty Jean;: her mother and sister, Joan Marie; her grand ­ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bach, her aunts, Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. Carl Lundqulst and her small son, Nils, all of Pearl Rtver, Mr*. Andrew Johnson, Jr n of Woodcllff Lake, N. J., also Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Sr., and Mrs. WiJU&m Garbado and daughter, Peggy, There was also a party on Mon ­ day afternoon. 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