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JOHNSTOWN TRIBUNE
Johnstown, PA
1922

 

2 Jan 1922
Submitted by Lynne Canterbury
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EVENING CHAT ABOUT PEOPLE

E. Jones, of this city, was registered at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, last week.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Cooper, of Johnstown, are registered at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia.

Mrs. Charles A. Robinson, formerly of this city, now of Pittsburg, visited relatives and friends here over Sunday.

Miss Kathryn Ream, of Walnut Grove, and Miss Anna Robson, of Westmont, have returned from Washington, D. C.

Boyden Nichols, a law student at Dickinson, is planning to leave Johnstown on the 9:17 Pennsylvania train tomorrow to resume his studies.

George Love, of the Fort Stanwix Hotel, was in Greensburg last week attending a social function at the Greensburg Country Club given by Miss Elizabeth Huff.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ward and Harold Ferner, of Elwood City, who had been here with the Frank B. Ferner family, of Morrell place, First Ward, have returned home.

Misses Margaret and Ruth Hetrick, who spent the holiday season with their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Hetrick, of Dale, returned to Myerstown this morning to resume their studies at Albright College.

The Rev. Dr. James B. Fulton, of the Seventh Ward, was at Mt. Pleasant last week and conducted the first quarterly conference in the present conference year of the U. B. Church in that place.

Norman Clawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Clawson, of Westmont, expected to leave on a noon train today for Pittsburg, where he plans to resume his studied as a freshman student in the Pitt Dental School.

F. J. Lieb, Ebensburg; K. L. Hoffman, Vintondale, and Mrs. L. W. Billman, Hooversville, who had been in the city for a few days, have returned home. hey were registered at the Merchants' Hotel while here.

James E. Rishel, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rishel, of 254 Somerset street, who has been here with his parents for the last two weeks will leave tomorrow to resume his studies at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathy.

Miss Imgoberg Tappert, daughter of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Tappert, of Jackson street, left today for Greenville, Mercer County, to resume her studiees at Thiel College and to attend the dedicatory exercises of the $100,000 gymnasium there this week.

Lee Benford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Benford, of Union street, who has been here with his parents and brother during the holidays, will leave during the week for Lexington, Va., to resume his studies at the Washington-Lee University.

Frank D. Geer, son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank D. Geer, of Westmont, is planning to leave Johnstown on the 5:01 train today for Pittsburg, where he intends to resume his studies at the University of Pittsburg. Mr. Geer is a sophmore in the Dental School.

 

7 Mar 1922
Submitted by Lynne Canterbury

WEDDING BELLS

GRAFF-BEALL.

Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Graff, of "Graffton," Black Lick, Pa., have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Sarah Elizabeth Graff, to Wilson W. Beall, jr., of Wellsburg, W. Va. The bride is a graduate of the Indiana State Normal School and Mr. Beall is a graduate of Culver Military Academy, Indiana, and a student at the University of Pittsburg. He is the son of Col. W. W. Beall, of West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Beall will reside on Baum boulevard, Pittsburg.

MITCHELL-GRIER.

Pittsburg Gazette-Times.
tuesday night at 7 o'clock in the home of Rev. and Mrs. James B. Grier, of Crawford street, Bellevue, their daughter, Miss Dorothy Grier, and Howard Mitchell, son of Mrs. H. W. Messey, of McNeill place, were married. The bride's father, officiated, and she was given away by her brother, Dr. Norman McD. Grier, of the Washington & Jefferson College faculty. She wore a gown of midnight blue chiffon and georgette, beaded in silver, over midnight blue satin, and her flowers were orchids. Attending her was her sister, Miss Grace Webb, in black lace over satin, with corsage of butterfly roses. Gertrude Grier, small niece of the bride, as flower girl, wore a frock of brown taffeta, and carried a basket of spring flowers. Alfred Turner was Mr. Mitchell's best man. The wedding music was played by W. R. Callendar. Following the wedding there was a dinner in the Fort Pitt Hotel, with covers only for the bridal party and a few intimate friends of the bride and bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will be at home after March 15 in Johnstown, spending the interval in the East.

 


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