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Portsmouth Herald (Newspaper) June 15, 1945, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Activities in Admiralty Village Forcwcll Party t li atM n> i IlKHV Church Notes H i HI following afternoon from 3 to 4pm. morning Mwilon has been can due to the opening of the ehurch vacation school. will be no meeting of the Ymnh fellowship week. The next mitftlnr, will be held Sunday 34. I of the church and all who arc Interested In tinging Invlwrt to meet Sunday In the community building to attend the the First Christian rhurrh. Kittery Point, at 3 pm. A tftlrm and box metal will hold in nenr future. All who can Mng, dance or who play musi cal Irvnrumpnta and would like to part am aaked to telephone 3YS3 M. CUTICURA OINTMENT i Elks Eect Osborn Clayton E. Osborn, Portsmouth rintenrtent of streela. last night i wan and Installed as treas nrr r of the Portsmouth lodge of Klkv Thr> officials were ftftlph O. McCarthy and Charles T. Uurril. Unmet a. McCarthy and George Voting wort nominated for the office nf loyal knight left vacant by riulenatlon of Jnmes B. Ma I Water Wings The Old Reliable 69c pr. B. Ctnihtlence is of knowing how to swim. we (inoin offer the old reliable Wofer Wings at 69c a pair. MOW for rhe Summer like all these will tell rapidly MR. AND MRS. JOHNSON (Photo by Philip) Miss Jean Foss Wed Here to Harry Johnson Miss Jean Elaine Foss, daughter of Mrs. Clara H. Foss of Kennard’s corner, Eliot, and the late Maurice C. Foss, former principal of Eliot high school, recently became the bride of Harry Earl Johnson, phar macist’s mate USNR, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Johnson of Lad low, 111. The Rev. J. Rupert Simonds per formed a candlelight ceremony at the First Congregational church of Eliot. The bride was given in marriage by her brother in law, Fred M. West of Portland. Attendants were Miss Lena T. Morin of Dover, former classmate of the bride, and Linwood Marsh of Boston. Ushers were Al fred L. Hall of Dover and Norman A. Andrews of Eliot. The bride wore a gown of white marquisette trimmed with seed pearls and a fingertip veil of net and Valencienne lace falling from a coronet crown of seed pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of white carnations and sweet peas. Carol Evans of Kittery Point played the selection “Because” be fore the ceremony and the wedding march. After the service a reception for the wedidng party was held at the home of the bride’s mother. The bride, a graduate of Eliot high school, has been employed in the Industrial department of the Portsmouth navy yard; The bride Ki’oom, who was stationed at the U. S. naval hospital two years ago, was stationed until recently at the Brunswick, Me., naval air station. He has reported to a base in Call Cornia for further orders. Kittery ‘The Victory Is Ours’ fheme Of Traip Academy Exercises (Correspondent: Guv C. Batcheldcr; 2903 W) The majority uf war workers IB the Portsmouth area are sticking to their Jobs, producing the crltlcaJ materials needed to assure victory 1944 JUNI IS 1945 IN LOVING MEMORY of KINNITH I. W. MANSON by his Mother, Father, Sisteri and Brothers. Fifty seven Tralp academy seniors received their diplomas Wednesday evening in Swett Memorial audito rium, Kittery, talcing as tneir theme “The Victory Is Ours.” The theme was interpreted by seven members of the graduating class chosen on the basis of scholar ship during their four years at Traip. Those having speaking parts included Shirley A. Zames, saluta torian, “The World of Leroy P. Picott, “A Knowledge Paul F. Sanders, “A Christian Theodore M. Nelson, “The Elizabeth L. Tibbetts, “The Re jordan retro d Cross Gerald L. Farrington, “The Civil Natalie Webber, valedictorian, “The World of Tomorrow.” Awards were presented by Princi pal Paul J. Wenners to the follow ing: American Legion award for honor, courage, scholarship, leadership and science to Sally Curtiss and Robert Gosselin; Becker college award for jroflciency in shorthand and typ ng, Natalie Webber; Rensselaer award to jordan retro the boy outstanding In sci ence and mathematics, Philip Morrison. Hollis B. Cole, president of the board of trustees of Traip academy, presented diplomas. Elizabeth M. ‘Dorr responded with “The Oradu ate’s Creed.” The program o jordan retro pened with a march !by the school orchestra conducted Ib Miss MOVV Stuart, sunervisor of ‘music. Leslie Leggett. class presi dent, led the recessional. The Rev. Edward H. Newcomb. pastor of the First Congregational church. Kittery Point, offered the Invocation and benediction. Other officers of the class included: Daniel O. Seaward, vice presi dent: Barbara M. Hatch, secretary, and Mervin E. Chadbourne, treas urer. Robert B. Hatton was master of ceremonies. The graduation committee was composed of M. Adele Pelchat, chairman, Leslie R. Legpett, Philip H. Morrison, Robert L. Olson, Le roy Picott, Arlene M. Seaward, and Virginia N. Woodburn. Dudley Her bert of the faculty was chairman and Mr. Wenners was genenel chairman of commencement acti vities assisted by the faculty. Diplomas were received by the mothers of Robert Edward Ball. Al bert Roderick Bergeron, Orland Clayton Cotes and Albert P. Met rolls, all of whom are in the armed forces. Metrolis, who is in the navy, com pleted his course of studies in the service and was passed by the Maine State Equivalency board, a committee of principals which meets In Augusta. Robert T. Gosselin, a member of the navy, was present and received his diploma with his class. Mem bers of the graduating class are: Marilyn Mavis Allen, Phyllis An derws, Beverly Bageley, Robert Ball, Beverly Barnes, Everett Baum, Jr., Albert Bergeron, Everett Blake, tor nest Borden, Betty Cannell, Mervin Chadbourne, Sylvia Chick, Orland Cotes. Stuart “Cressy, Frances Cur tis. Sally Curtiss, John Cults and Elizabeth Dorr. Shirley Eames, Lloyd Emery, Robert Emery, Gerald Farrtngton. Paul Fellows. Joyce Fenderson, Robert Gocselin, Elsie drover, Rod ney Hall. John Harmon. Barbara Hatch. Robert Hatton, Daniel Jen kins, Walter Kenney, Leslie Leggett, Philip Morrison, Marjorie Morse. Phyllis Muchemore, Theodore Nel son, Russell Noyes, Robert Olsen, James Parker and Adele Pelchat. LeRoy Picott, Mildred Randall. Paul Sanders, Arlene Seaward, Daniel Seaward. Ethel Shaw. Eve lyn Skeba. Elisabeth Tibbetts, Charles Tobey. Jr., Ruth Tobey, Natalie Webber. Mildred Welling ton, Dorothy Whitman. Ruth Wil son. Virginia Woodburn. Albert P. Metrolis. Hold Class Day The graduating class of Traip academy, Kittery, held ita claw day exercises this week with the fol lowing program: Processional, national anthem, students and audience; class his tory, Dorothr Whitman; class pro phecy, phone solo, Barbara. class statis jordan retro tics. Phyllis Andrews and Daniel Seaward; claw gifts, Betty Cannell and Leslie Leggett; music, Traip academy orchestra; ell will, Robert Emery; undergraduate address, Paul Fellows, and planting of the iry. Kittery Notes Mrs. J. Byron Phillips and mother, Mrs. M. S. Bickford, with Mrs. J. M. Haynes of Washington, D. C., who have been guests of Mrs. A. E. Heame of Medford, Mass., have re turned home. Robert B. Heame, recently returned from Eng land, also was home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Robert WetherhUl, who have been visiting relatives here, have returned to Washington Depot, Conn. The special town meeting called by the board of selectmen for this evening is for the purpose of in stalling a new heating plant in Traip academy. Mrs. Quentin Bstey of Whipple road and son, Michael, left recently to visit her husband. Sgt. Quentin R. Kstey, USA, stationed at Camp Davis, N. C. The casualty lists show the “open ings” that occur on the battle fronts. “Vacancies” caused by en emy gunfire are quickly filled. Can we, on the home front, do less? The U. S. H., HERALD, Friday Evenins, June 15, 1945 PAGE SEVEN Barbara V. Harvey To Wed Seaman The engagement of Miss Barbara Virginia Harvey to Glen W. Noble, seaman USNR, of Waterloo, Iowa, was announced today by her father, Rupert 8. Harvey, J78 Aid rich road. Miss Harvey is a graduate of Portsmouth! high school and attend ed the University of New Hamp shire. She is now erocloyed in the supply department at the Ports mouth nary yard. Mr. Noble is a veteran of the North Atlantic anti submarine campaign and was wounded during a battle between the destroyer es cort aboard which he was serving and a Nazi U boat. He has been in the navy four years and has been in action at Pearl Harbor and the Southwest Pacific. He was a patient at the Portsmouth naval hospital for several months following the action in the North Atlantic. Before entering the service, Mr. Noble was employed by the John Deere Trac tor Co., In his home state. Plans for the wedding will be an nounced later. UatlBg Herald AdvertbemenU rays DMslaafe Shoppers. TO SPEED V DAY. SAVE WASTE PAPER. BOARD OF SELECTMEN AdT A Country Gay colorful for’your summer sun fun! COTTON POLO SHIRT Norrew or tfripcs plui in ncvy, red, and imoll, me dium, 20 PLEAT SHORT S2.99 Rayon or luono cloth. Coksn, navy. brown, powder btuv, pink, and 10 to IS and Juntos 9 to IS. 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