ooms •rowded wnship , principal Thomiis K. tho Uockawuy Town- ,f Education Moiulny of tho clwwroomn In p0 School an vorthat tho board nhould oto the condition nB Ible. Kj |f ho had any BUgtho problom could bo IUI recommended hlrteichor and cresting ClftSB. wea roforrod to tho mlttoo, voted to It.'Hope, a »160 ta- pointed by the board of oducatlon to succeed Stephen J. Horaaco, rty. Mt». Zoodyk hadwho roslgnod lust week after 21 board that »ho would wro not given an lnobioctod to the fact experienced teachayitam woro getting thtn she. us tgreed to IncreaBo pay from 10 •id ho haa a lengthy it and anticipates lit- |n obtaining BUDB wry, especially now t Dt psy has been In- (•ported that County Int William Mason Jr. i him the services of schools music teacher •he can manage to mship. ihs to Elect list Deputy Rcbekah Lodge No. It tomorrow at 8:15LKGION LADIES PLAN PARTY « I.O.O.F. hall. They The Auxiliary to Rockaway la Mr», Cecllo Poterdeputy president, and gion, will hold a public card party Township Pont 344, American Le- iter District No. 2 ot tomorrow night at the Mt. Hope Itate. Dlatrlct Deputy School. Proceeds will go to the In. Hel«n A. Hannon building- fund. , , Morri. District No. 2 kotteaaes. OXFORTHS HAVE SON hold election for a A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs. u Mr*. Htnnon'a term William Oxforth of Ann street, October 14, Roekaway, Sunday at Dover General Hospital, rant Is planned and be served. All to attend. ISERVRS THE BEST. B SHACK, INC., OTNV1LLB, N. J. FRED A. HULME Since Friday afternoon, mem bora of Bocicawuy High School's football squad havo boon tfractlcing under the dlroctton ot tholr new coach, Fred A. H-ulme, ap. years as physical instructor, Hulmo, 24, lives in East Orange with his wito, a reglBterod nurse, and la a graduate of Panier Col lego. Ho graduated in 1042 from Union High School, where he played football, baseball and baskot ball and was a member of. the school's State championship -wrestling team. After serving two years In the Navy Air Corps, Hulmo entered Fanxer, where he played soccer, baseball and basketball. While-In his senior year he coached Junior varsity soccer and track and field. He took over as assistant football coach at Union High School after graduating from Panier. Hulmo has been an amateur wrestler, has played professional football and is a swimming and first aid instructor. Mo started his physical education classes Friday morning at the Washington School. CHURCH SUPPER TONIGHT The WSCS of the Roekaway Methodist Chttrch will have a harvest supper tonight. Mra. Leona Seybolt la in charge. BernardUWaite Wedding Tarty ftllhoxli Htudlo I'hoto r_ of th* Ihrnurtl.Wjilte marriage Katunlay Is ahown above. Front rew, Mlse , Ht.nU, M. WnanU ef lieenten and Me bride, Mrs. Melvln Berry ef e « honor, «»'Me of U * Bllubeth Walt, /vinue, Hoek.w.y , n 6| Mr nerdl of Myr.. y »f Methodic in m»rrl« t «, MU. Dorothy amee ef Rockaway. Back row, URey Walt* Charles b«i man, LeRoy Walte Jr. and Melvln Horry ef Reakaway. IIMIIH cmtir and a white Bible eoreage of pink roses. Mrs .Bernard! wore a royal blue dress with pr«mt«Hl to h«r by the Chrystal Btroot Union Chapel of Dover. pink fteeeaseries and a red rose Tl»« matron of honor, Mrs. Msl- bud corsage, *U> Berry of Route 6, wore a The beat man •was Charles tn»l*« taffeta gown with hoop Markle of lioonton. Ushers were •klit BIKI buatlo t ba«k. Her headd hsheand Melvin Berry of Route 6. Leroy Walt* Jr. of Keller avenue i>l.tf« t>ilx*d flow'ra and i nn l.i.l an nl(| faahlnntd bouquet Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home ot the by R« v. t inlund flowitm. Th« l.rliliMunnliln w*rn Mlsi 1'*- brlds's parents, The couple left on Irlola I'.st ,,f Wllltn M«a>l»w «v«- a wedding trip through New York mm n.nl Minn Dornthy JmniH »t HUt», Canada and Pennsylvania, K«ll^r avenue. Th«y w*»ro » Jill and Hatlth ej Baslen Helghlsi Belly lene Kelb.Franklin event.., Mr.. Arthur J ^ 8aeawd rein Preetee, •stlik. laste* Belghtai Mrs. lorah Bales, Reekaway TawaaMai Mil.Wlilu.1 Bamssell, Mrs. Haamiell and Mrs. Samuel Post, Kssten HeliMs, Awlda Igbert^ OerienVvuioe Ut M, he we. (he eldest aissi preaenOl Mre. OUfferd Kelb, rraUlIn .«".,^MnVWiSd IW.raL Unlen atreeli Mra. James Carr, Maple avenuei Mrs. Dera Uaibert, Oarden avsi.e" ^mSreiKejK Hsek row i Mrs. Minnie Wolfe, Bowlbyvlllej Uejrdsnd gsaiuel Post, Rwten Helghlst Lawyer art Mre, Lawyer Young, Denvlllei and Robert Lambert, Gardm av«n*e. «"/»r •«• Eighty deeenrisnta of John O, Gould held their SKth family r»- union at Marshall's Hum, Boontnn Tuwnahlp HuncUy aftemoun, Many fmnlllcn from Hwkaway, Danville, l>ovf>r, lldonlmt, MitrrUtuwn, Mnt I'nrk ami Ml» )in]y thorn wmi M» Carrie Illlllg, 71, of Dover, oldest man was Mr. Amide Kgbsrt, R4, of Hocksway. The youngest girl was Diana Decker, a years old, »f Dover, and Iht young, sat hoy, Dnnald Spring, (I, of Tnanwk. • Thora wire gamea for nhlldrsn, ISnt«rtalii»i«it was furnbhsd by The i the Silly flllcksrs Band of Dover, A plonlc supper waa enjoyed, followed by, a business masting at which the following officers were •Ivetodt Prt*ld*nt, Wllmar !'o«t of Wh«rtini| vice president, Harold Dean of Morrlstown | secretary, IliiUrt l.mnlurt, Ilnokawayi traanurtr, llarvny M«r«h«ll, lloortton.