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INDlAiNA EVENING GAgETTE. mDIANA. jlay Dinner-Dance tolayi tnd their guerta « Bit fBiratl fitniwnf AHooni DtMolly Chap flight it the Peitn Alto Ho- nf, were: Wollord, Banr*. Miller, Cyr- Caroline Oruda, Wilbur Jr., Tamsoh Bloom, James Nikkl Ottrk, Merrill Kurd, it E1H«, Charles W. Williams, m Novall§, is chaperones were and Mrs. Clarence Wolford and lUiarti W* Cleaver. Dr. Wolford M"f. CIttver are members of the ,VllVlsory council, Indiana Chapter, -- tit DlMolay. SOCIETY NEWS Indiana Girl Marries Cleveland Man Gastown Ladies Aid Meet ,. ''Tlie February meeting of the Lad- ile» Aid was held at the home of ,; ! &irs. Earl Rearlck last week. .A, Tfli meeting was opened with Bible reading by the President, Mrs. Jlfilr Frailey and the reading of the minutes by the secretary, Mrs. floyd Wingard. At noon a delicious lunch was Served. 'Tnose present were, Mrs. John Qfklif Mrs. Bmmett Boyer, Mrs. fle^d Wingard, Mrs. Robert Bark, 1 Mrs; Rilph Ramer, Mrs. Clark /.ffltfnlas, Mrs. Blair Frailey, Mrs. 'leis Aikins, Mrs. Laurence Bothel ,i1w Mm Tommy, Mrs. Eugene Rear- Ick, Mrs. McCurdy, Mrs. Lee Adams, And son, Lysle, Mrs. Adams and the hostess, Mrs. Rearick and son, Marlin. v <' -The next meeting will be held March 2nd at Mrs. Kenneth Smays .«t GFastown. Kemp Sons On Sick List Dwight Kemp, six-year-old son of v Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kemp of Tanoma Road, who had been a patient In the .Indiana Memorial Hospital for the past week, returned to Ills home yesterday, "and is much improved. Kerry, the Kempts" older son, will enter the Rheumatic Fever Clinic at the Conemaugh Hospital, Johnstown, for medical tests soon. Birthdays February 18 Patricia Ann Baxter Irene Freeh Lyle Kinter Mrs. Charles Stormer Margaret Jane Kinter Ralph Fearon Amelia Pecori Irene Brickell Donald Dickie, Jr. Clyde Walker Walter Lay-ton Alvin Greenwalt Jackie Hening Johnson Kenneth Marshall Darlene Gaston Eugene Rankin Nicky Campos Emma St. Clair Jeffrey Alan Dewhirst February 13 Blaine Walker Ted Harkless : .Edwin Tomb Peggy Zahoransky Donald Stewart Mrs. Martha Frances Lambing Glenn E. McCall Max H. McCall Edward Widemire Gary R. Evans Elmer Cooper On Saturday afternoon, February 4, at two o'clock Miss Gloria Tel- ord of Indiana became the bride of George Harchuck of Cleveland, O., at a double ring ceremohy in St. Bernard's Rectory, with the Revernd Father Ignatius Koller officiat- ng. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Telford of East Water street, and the bridegroom Is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harchuck of Cleveland. Immediately following the ceremony places were laid for forty guests at a- wedding dinner at Rustic jodge. Given in marriage by her father, he bride wore a royal blue suit with grey accessories and a shoulder corsage of white gardenias. Her only attendant was Mrs. Adam Gatskie of Ernest who wore a tan print afternoon dress with matching ac- Magic Motifs Your prettiest linens will wear these lovely motifs! Embroidery and crochet make linens beautiful §04 each is so easy to do. Varied needlework Pattern 780 transfer of 6 motifs 5x12 inches and crochet directions. JAura Wheeler's improved pat- fern makes needlework so simple its charts, photos and concise cessories. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds. Serving as best man was Adam Gatskie, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Mrs. Telford chose navy crepe for her daughter's wedding and her flowers were red rosebuds, Mrs. Harchuck, mother of the bridegroom, wore a grey print with matching accessories, and her corsage was also of red rosebuds. After the wedding dinner and an evening of dancing, Mr. and Mrs. Gatskie entertained with a late luncheon at their home in Ernest. The new couple will make the'ir home in Cleveland where Mr.. Harchuck is employed at, th;e Fisher Auto Body plant. The bride is a graduate of the Indiana High School Glass of 1948, and is associated .with the Golden Rule Beauty Salon here. iss Traugh Honored Monday evening, Feb. 6, Mrs. Fred Veitch and Miss Cleo Ross were hostesses at a kitchen shower giv- n in the home of Mrs. Veitch in honor of Miss Beverly Traugh, who ivill be a February bride. The guests enjoyed a spirited game of Canasta, after which deli- ious refreshments were served. Miss Traugh was the recipient of many useful gifts. The guests included Miss Ruth Kline, Mrs. Victoria Wadas, Mrs. Eleanor Nystrom, Miss Helen Glass- ord, Miss Elizabeth Lowry, Mrs. Thalia Long, Mrs. Emmy Mclntosh, Mrs. Ceil Barnett, Miss Geraldine Hawshurst, Miss Annabelle Ortner, and Miss Beverly Traugh. Cjymer Hish Students Visit Local Dairy Under the guidance of Gladys Wille, the' Clymer High Biology and and .Chemistry classes spent a day exploring the Alta Vista 'Dairy, which is operated by Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell. The trip was' made possible through the courtesy of Mr. Snyder who kindly donated his bus to transport the students. Guest In Timberlake Home Mrs. Myrna Marstellar of Chautauqua, N. Y., summer secretary of Chautauqua literary and scientific circle under the direction of Dr. Carl Winters, is a' week-e'nd guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Timberlake of Oak street. To Visit In Texas Mr, and Mrs. Barton Davis and ;heir children, Joyce and Joel, of East Philadelphia street will leave omorrow for Fort Worth and Abi- ene, Texas. In Abilene they will attend the regular annual' lectureship at Abi- ene Christian College. In Fort Worth, they will visit ,heir parents, and Mr. Davis, who is minister of the Church of Christ lere, will be guest minister in two of the .Fort Worth churches during their visit. The Davises plan to be away several weeks. Mvins To Erie Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Catherman of North Ninth street will drive to Srie tomorrow to get their daugh- ;er, Doris, who has been visiting a friend there this week. Miss Catherman was graduated last Saturday from the Erie Infants Home and Hospital. Mrs. Catherman has been away ;his week visiting her father, S. R. McCormick. in Watsontown, Visited Brother Viola Ruth and John Elder, Joseph Zellman, Earl Valentine and Joseph McGerry, all of Shaler Town ship, made a trip to the mountains over the past week-end. They visited their brother Herbert Elder and family of Smithport, McKean Coun y. Spend Week-End Here Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gosney and daughter, Ginni, oif Smethport are spending the week-end in the home of Mrs. Gosney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Davis of 350 South Fifth street. MARRIAGE IN FIVE EASY LESSONS 1. Marriage is the most expensive and most educational institution in the world. 2. Love may be the basis of courtship, but compromise is the basis of marriage. 3. Marriage is a 50-50 proposition —one male and dne female. 4. 'Marriage is more "give" than "take," because it is impossible to be happy unless your mate is also happy. 5. There, will be no triangle If everyone in the family circle plays square. Ohal Kerry in Woman's Life LESSON FOR WIVES Long ago Euripides said, "A man's best possession is a sympathetic wife." This still is true. With a wife who believes in him; a man can reach great heights. His friends will think he is witty, wise and kind because she tells them so. He will be a successful person even though he piles up no store pf worldly goods, A woman gains by giving freely of her faith to her husband. Her fate is so closely tied with his that when he succeeds, she benefits too. Louise Bruner in Woman's Life TWENTY CBNTb in coins this pattern to The Indiana Gazette Needlecraft Dept Box 169, Old Chelsea Station, York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NUMBER, your NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE gate's good news! Sena fifteen more for your fascinating Wheeler Needlecraft Book» 106 iUiwtratione^of your ie'hobbJes—thf chojc* ged the most concise available, Beginner easy I and ideas worthy of an ex* attention- 4 Fre* •tit Bridge Club Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Flower Of North Ninth street entertained their Friday Night Club in their home last evening. Three tables of contract were in play, followed by refreshments. Prizes we're awarded to Mr. and Mrs. George Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Hart Hedstrom, and guest prize to Miss Alice Showalter. Guests In Dible Home Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dible of She- :octa have as their guests for a few days, Mrs. Dible's father, the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Garber of Leon, :owa, and Mrs. Dible's brother, the Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Garber and ;heir son, Paul, of Akron, Ohio. The guests will go to St. Petersburg, Florida, for a vacation before •eturning to their homes. Visits Daushter's Family Mrs. Mary D. Sutton left Indiana today to visit in Long Beach, N. J., with her son-in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. C. T. de Wolski, and to see her week-old granddaughter, Ann Daugherty de Wolski. ONE'YIAR F A M 11 Y~Mrs. Th*lm» CibU*, of Ca., »u« with her twins, Jane an0 Wayne, barn Jan. 16. 1919, am} triplets,, Lynda, Brendj ami aisuda, bora Nov. $ Uw taw ytu, Mothers of Democracy Deliver Afghans the Mothers of DemooTtey mrt m Memorial Hall Friday evening, February. 10, at half«paii itvin o'clock, Mrs. Earl Shaffer wai la charge of the business meeting, and the tribute to the flag Wi* given by Mrs, J. Blair Shank. Hospital chairman, Mrs. Quy Kime reported that recently rtVetal lad* lea visited at Deshon Hospital, Butt* ler, and delivered M afghani. They also sent 23 afghant to Veterans Hospital, AsplnwalL • ./ According to Mrs, Kime, hospital supervisors said that then was a need for afghans, that they wirt put to good use, and were very much appreciated by the veterans, Mrs. Kime also announced that there will be cutting and sewing of patches every Thursday afternoon at Memorial Hall. She requests that anyone having material, please bring or send it to the Hall. After the close of the meeting re* freshments were served by the February committee with Mrs. H. A. Meyer In charge, assisted by Mrs. Harry Kuhns. Bit ^ No", 4 rt'SnuflvalieV»sfd a diantsf in the Brusvalley Community Hill on Thundly evening, February 9, The, dinner, »erv«d by the Scout mpthtft, wti for the Scouts iod thef* jfattms, ami was sponsored by the P. T; A 'After the dinner group ttagitif was fed by the Reverend Seybolt, Clyde McCrea was Master of Cere- rnonlei and introduced the guest speakers. They were Mr, fern, for* merly of Baltimore, who tdok over the post of Executive of the' William Penn Council the first of the month, Mf. fWsehini, chairman of the William Perm Council and Mir.' Carson, treasurer, • A court of honor was then held for raising 10 Tenderfoot Scouts to the rank of Second Class Scouti, These were: Dean Llndsey, Homer McDowell, Frank Cafftpbell, Terry Patterson, Charles Mitchell, Glenn McNutt, John Cramer, Donald Evafis James Csarnoguiky, Dean Over* dorff, Barry Bennett, Phillip Me* Cormick, Howard Gray, Michael Yonitch, John Campbell and Robert McDowell. , The badges were presented, by Mr. Carson. : . ; Closing taps were sung by all The troop Committee Included Clyde McCrea, Ernest Foster, Virgil Overdorff, and.M. S. Bennett. The Scout Master is Clair McNutt Women Pay Excise Tax Even thoSe of us who don't take our budgeting too seriously, cannot lelp but be increasingly aware of the fact that it is the woman who pays and pays these days, as far as excise taxes go. Whether it is powder for the baby, an inexpensive handbag to take to the grocery store when you shop, or the diamond that iriend husband has been promising to buy us as soon as "the tax goes off," fee shoe that pinches us on the feminine foot. • Perhaps the reason there has been all talk and no action thus far about repealing taxes which were originally put into effect as a war measure is because we women are not making our. feelings known in the proper circles, namely congressional cir- 'es. ' ' Vaguely, somewhere In our memory most of us can remember that in school we were, taught to take an active part in this government of ;he people, by the people. But most of us would have to count a lot of noses in local circles before we found a woman who would say that she has actually written to her congressman and told him how she lelt about paying a twenty per cent ;ax on her cosmetics, her furs, her handbags, jewely and so on. At the risk of sounding like we are perched on a soap box, we would like to urge all at you to invest a three cent stamp in letting your congressman, .know that you ;hink it is high time he found out ;he war was over. Something should be done about wartime taxes which are not only playing havoc with the Feminine budget but art seriously hampering many industries of the country otday. Rochester Mills Mr, and Mrs, F. B. Work and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Work visited with relatives in Vandergrift Saturday evening. Mrs. Lee Richardson spent Monday in Punxsutawney. Mr, and Mrs. Galen Moore of Lor* ralne, 0,, we,re recent visitors m the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Lem man, Mr. and Mrs, E, a, Moore and Mrs, Ama Richardson, The Moores have purchased a new home in Marion Center, which they will occupy April 1st. Mrs, c. M. Walker was a shopper in Punxsutawney on Tuesday, The condition of D. M. Potts, who has been in in bis home here for the past month is reported much improved, Mack MeMUlen, of Wheeling, W. Va., was a week-end visitor in the home ol his brother and «»ter>in» law, Mr, and Mrs, 0, B. MoMtllen, B. W. Work .wis • visitor in Punx, sutawney on Saturday. Bruce treasure has returned home from a visit with relatives in Punx* sutawney, Mrs. Q. B, McMillen, visited with friends in Punxsutawney Monday, and attended the 86th Anniversary dinner el the Auxiliary 9l the o| t. f, and £. held in tfe« K of Hall Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Beweri of Rossiter, spent the vetk>en4 with her parents, Mr- and Mrs. For Parents and the assistant scout master Sam Kerr. is Is Gazette Reporter Mrs. Norman Robertson of Homer City reports Homer City Personals and other news from her locality, for the Gazette. She replaces Mrs. W. H. Slfenberger who had previous- been doing the work. Mrs. Little's Mother Dies Mrs. Merl H. (Romaine) Little of 445 Washington street Deceived word yesterday of the death of her mother, Mrs. Olive Stuchell, of Compton, California. Infantidinss • KERR A son, their first child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kerr, Jr., Brown Hotel, apartments, yesterday afternoon, February 0, at the Indiana Memorial Hospital. The new boy, who weighed/eight pounds three ounces at birth, will be named Dennis Michael. Mrs. Kerr is the former Rita Gumbert of Indianola, Pa., and Dennis is.a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kerr of Indiana RD, 3. ' Hospital Patients . SMITH Jack Smith, .1317 Philadelphia street, was admitted to the Presbyterian Hospital,.. Pittsburgh Thursday, February 9th for observation. His room number is 937. Rochester Mills Meeting In Richardson Home The W.'.C. T.'U. . of Rochester Mills met'for their monthly meeting in the home of Mrs. Anna Richardson, Thursday evening, February 2, with a large'attendance. A special feature of the evening was a contest of scriptural passages by two classes. The Adult .class included Mrs. tone-Elder,'Mrs. Etta Krytzer, Mrs. Hazel Tyger, Mrs. Noble Wright and Mrs. Martha Black. The Jiihior Class included Lucille Lowry, Janet Wright, Betty Rowley, and Janet. Braughler. The judges for the occasion were, Mrs. Emma ..Moore, Mrs. Alice Leopold and Mrs. Mary Raybuck of Marion-Center. Others who. attended were Mrs. Louella Oberlin, Mrs. Sara Pollock, Mrs. • Martha Snyder, Mrs. Annie Baun, Mrs. Effie Galentirie, Mrs. Myrtle Stanley,. Mrs. Nellie Doty, Mrs. Lois, Braughler, Mrs. Jennie Richardson, Mrs. Ruby Elkin, Mrs. Mary Parties, Mrs. Sara Lewis, Mrs. Ida Phillppi, Mrs. Anna Riohardson, and'Miss Lula Braughler. Following the business meeting, a social hour was enjoyed and a lunch was served. JAMES MELTON James Melton, America's favorite tenor star of the Metropolitan Opera, Screen, concerts and radio's popular program "Harvest of Stars" heard each Sunday over the coast to coast network, will appeal* in person at Syria Mosque on Thursday evening, February iflth, In the fifth concert of the May BeBgle series. Seats are now. available at Gimblei, Home's and May Beegle Offices in Pittsburgh. , Moves To Harrisburs Mrs. ' Isabella cC Timber lake Is moving today from 526 Oak street to Camp Hill, suburban Harrlsburg. Mrs. Timber-lake, who is in the Field Service Division of the State Department of Public Assistance at the Capitol, has been living'With her Mother, Mrs. J. D. 6rr. Here For the Week-End Miss Ruth Neai of Philadelphia is spending this week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Neal of Church street. Visit In New York State Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith and son, Tommy, of West Water street, went today with Mr. and Mrs. George Greiner, Jr., to New Vork state to spend the week-end. The Smiths will visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Thomas of Buffalo, and the Greiners will spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Cook of Dunkirk. At Lumber Meet Mr. and Mrs. Hart B. Daugherty of North Ninth street were in Pittsburgh the past three days attending a convention of the Retail Lumber Dealers Association of Western Pennsylvania at the William Penn Hotel. Serving In Pacific Robert Dale Thompson, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Thompson of 1175 Washington, street, is attached to the recently es tablished Military Sea Transport Service, serving in the Pacific as a crew member aboard the attack cargo ship USS Titahia. In the past year the vessel has brought personnel and cargo supplies to Probiloff Islands and Adak in the North Pacific and to Eniwe- tok, Saipan, Guam and Wako in the Central Pacific. Prior to entering the Navy on Jan. 23, 1949, Thompson was graduated from Indiana High School. He received his recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes,* 111., and attended a Naval School there. Note of Appreciation The-condition of Timmons "Tim" Buchheit, who is a patient in Children's Hospital, Pittsburgh, is still serious. The many letters and cards from his young friends please him very much.; /The letters and note of friendly sympathy and understanding which Tim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Buchheit of St. Marys are receiving are deeply appreciated. Mrs. H. R. George of 1069 Philadelphia street, wishes to express her grateful appreciation for the flowers and cards she has received during her illness. Mrs. George has been a patient tin her home for the past six weeks, Twins Celebrate First Birthday arry and Barry BaugHmer cell* btir tits* bir&dty OB Feb* nuiy T. ttttf are fea twin tooa ol Mr. and Mn. Bftrt Baugjwa, tf Di*. onviUe. 1*»ir pteturi WM t«kta *y New Century Club New Cwtury ClUb will hift Iti annual cird pirty, -fr tdayy Feb- Wary if, at JiW p. m, and §:00 JK m. Additional tickets may ttt neuf> td at tt» door, , It li hoped that aU elub memberi and frlendi will, make an effort to attend one of thew ptrtlei, and tint the afternoon one will m will pat- ronlzed. Bridie, 500, and Canatta will be la play with prizei awarded. Indiana Legion Auxiliary Indiana American Legion Au*U llary will entertain the Oold Stir Mother! with • covered' dilh dinner in the Legion Haiti on February 18 at 0100 p. m, Bring table lervlce and landwlch- es. Meat and coffee Will be furniih- ed by the Auxiliary memben. Following the Dinner, the public 11. invited to attend a coupon card party to be held in the Auxiliary. Rooms. Bridge, five Hundred and Canasta will tie in play, Instruction will be taught to all, who are unfamiliar with and delirious of learning the rule* of new and popular game at Canasta. A Boyd Circle The floyd Circle Will hold Ita February meeting at the hottp-ol-Mta, Jamea 0, Sutton, 1024 Waihlngton street, Monday evening, February 13 at 8:00 o'clock. Missionary Society The Women'a Missionary Society will meet in the Chapel of the First Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, February 14 at 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. D. D. Patterson will conduct the devotional program. Mrs. Gilbert Parnell, chairman of the Musical program, will present Mrs. William Stephens and Mrs. Russell Guard. Reverend Warren A. Sherk will show slides on life in Korea. Committee reports will be given. Aultman P.T. A. The Aultman P. T. A. will meet on Tuesday, February 14, at 7:30 p. m. in the Aultman : School. •' Rev. Father Roller, assistant pastor of St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church, Indiana will be guest speaker. • • • ' Mrs. Sadie Jones, the school nurse, will show a film on Tuberculosis which explains the benefits of the Toxaid injections which are to be given to the children in the near future. Please prove your interest in your children and the school by attendr ing this meeting. Lincoln Rod and Gun Club The regular meeting of the Lincoln Rod and Gun Club will take place Monday evening, February 13 at Bell Grange Hall. Everyone welcome. Oyster and Vegetable Soup Supper Oyster jand vegetable Soup Supper at Plumville Presbyterian Church February 14th beginning at 5:30. Price 75 cents. • Skating Party There will be a skating party at the Plumville Roller Rink Monday^ February 13, sponsored by the Young Peoples Class of Harmony Grove Lutheran Church of Five Points. Bveryone welcome., Women's Club of Homer City On February 28th the Women's Club of . Homer City will hold its regular meeting. The. club will be entertained by members of the Indiana Monday Musical Club. Also by Kenny Walker Of Indiana. Past Grand Club The Past Grand Club of Penelope Rebekah Lodge, Number 431 will hold its next party in the Odd Fellows Hall Monday evening, .February 13, at 6:00 o'clock. First Christian Church The Missionary Guild of the First Christian Church will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, February 12, at 8:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Ivan Kinter, 1201 Oakland avenue, Co-hostess with Mrs. Kinter is Miss Mildred Hollis. ^ The theme lor th« month and top* ic for the evening is "Belief and Thoughts of the Japanese," Program leader will be Mrs. Jack G. Wolfe, and Mrs. Wallace Jefferiei will have charge of devotions, Guild officers urge' that all members be present, LOVI AMONG THE TOVNO •IT "1 wai chaperoning a group of young people at a party one eve. ning," writes Betty Jane Balch in Woman's Life, "and noticed that moat of the girli were disturbed by the pretence of one attractive young thing, the visiting cousin of one of the girl*. The youngster was ob» Viouily a trial-size Lana Turner, and bad moat of the boys, present positively charmed, Even the lids who were 'going steady 1 sueoumbed to th« enc&anting stranger. 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Send TWENTY -FIVE CENTS in coins fOr this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, care of Indiana Evening Gazette, 3S2 Pattern Dept., 248 West 17th St, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS^ with Zone, Size and Style Number. Our new Anne Adam? Pattern Book for Spring is ready! Send fifteen cents now and let Anne Adams show you how to sew to be well* dressed! Magic one-yard patterns, smart new fashions for everybody. Plus a free pattern printed right in the book—a stunning -one-yard blouse! Dorcas Class Meetins Twenty-four members,.were present for.the February meeting .ol the 'Dorcas Class of the First Regular Baptist Church held in the social hall of the Church last night. Rutnt-Walker was the devotional leader. The business meeting, conducted by the president, Helen Sprankle, was followed by a social hour. > ' Homer City Personals Mr. and Mrs. Pete Salina and son, Gregg, from Cleveland, Ohio, spent two weeks recently with Mrs. Sa- liria's parents, 'Mr. and,Mrs. Engle of Lucerne. Paul Pennington of Burriside recently visited with his sister,. Mrs. Joseph Hamilton of Lucerne. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Britton moved into the McGaughey apartment on Ridge Avenue on Thursday, February 9. 4 John Thomas Ellenberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ellenberger is home from the. Indiana Memorial Hospital.after, being treated for an enlarged thym gland. Lack New Ideas In Spring Fashions Says Miss Troy By FLORENCE MILLS PARIS,Feb. ll-{^»)—Spring fashions designed by French courtur- iers remind one American buyer of skimply-cut wartime styles. "The sleeveless bodices, and nar* row skirts," said Miss Hannah Troy, who visits Paris regularly to buy models for Hannah Troy Inc., of New York, "remind me of those old horrors that were sold to American women .during the war when material w«s scarce;" Miss Troy is disappointed with the crop of 'designs and complains of a lamentable lack of new ideas this spring. She says she is spending only five days in Paris instead ol her usual three weeks. "We have designers in the l/nited States that can match anyone in Paris," she declared. "Why do all the buyers coma to Paris?,,.Because buyers have to go everywhere their competitors go," 8be ^explained. She admitted her rough, trip over In the Queen Mary, which hit some of the stormiest weather the siiif) ever has known, may have "jaundiced her «ye," Miss Troy was virtually scathing about the tulle and chigon coats and the fabulously embroidered esief shown by French designer* "Who can a«ord a thousand del* lars worth of embroidery on a dreqa and how many women can indulge in coats of tulle that are only fit for • wedding or • garden party " she asked. "Length? American women wiU ihorten their skirts very slowly," she said- "They might rise to tt level by (all." Mj«i Troy considered tjse horseshoe neckline mo$t unflatter* ing and aging. "If you haven't th« right kind at eaa't weir »t,« sjia