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THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1940, ACTIVITIES Life of Mozart Shown in Children's Tableau SOCIETIES seeeesess CLUBS PERSONALS Junior DAR Hears J ,, ,! xpwe " c J ub , ^TM e , s ,, J - | Following the holidays Lowell Of KWitiirW ^rlinnl ! Club resumed its meeting Tuesday Wl rveillULKy OU1OU1 a a er noon with Mrs. James J.! The Junior Group of \Vili«Tck Chapter, Daughters of the Ameri- J r h a s t e s s ^ a l her home. ; i £» Pearl street. The paper , or ; House. The program for the even- "; V- * ,. . i , d d 0 1 1 ing was in charge of the Approved ' 1^ SansTM«m ! , tachools committee who presented N Sc » Ua t Louisiana and of Mrs. Ida K. Sherman of this city ! ) , sca , emen t. An interest, hc Frenc) , sca , emen t. An interest i . f . -mentioned by Mrs. Hale I w ^ t h a t Louisjana ranks among | , he f u r p ,. oducing statcs . Readings i fl . l)m u,e storiu-s of "Evangclim.-" | as the guest speaker. Mrs. Sherman taught for one year at Pippipass, Ky., in a Kon- fickv Mountain srpnol nn'I vsi* - . . , r. . 1 4 VIII It IV, .11 vy* iv-' «-*·» j « u i i ^ - - J i i « ' able to bring the members a first wcl . e jvcn by Mrs William Longhand account of her work there, j vcar " Thc n( ; xl mect i n g has been The Approved Schools committee i - c h ' e ( 1 from lhe home of Mrs . :md the Junior Group are especi-1 A s Colc to tne ]lome of Mrs . ally interested in these schools,! j| a ] e 957 Broadway. ! and found the talk most interest- 1 ' ~ " " ! in ?- ^ . , , _ , . ' To Marry Soon i Mrs. Sherman discussed the liv- ' in- and teaching conditions at the , M r : and Mrs - char]cs Heldron of school and the lives and habits of!4 Flrsl avcnrue announce the en- tlic mountaineers who are about i Element of their daughter. 100 years behind the rest of lhej£ a d ys. to Jame f ^icco of 2o country in advancement. Follow- Wrentharn street The wedding ing her talk she answered ques-'" t akc place_this_monlh. tions from the members. ' C 1 · L J r J D i During the business mecting an- Sisterhood Lard Party nouncement was made of the card j The Sisterhood of Temple Eman| party January 25 sponsored by the! uel will hold a card party Thurs- i · Junior Group. Miss Catherine, day evening, January 4, in the MeCominons is chairman of the'social hall of the Temple. Playing, party. Announcement was n l s o i w i j l begin at 8 o'clock. The public' made of t h e -request by the Ta-!is invited, massee School, in which t h e ' Junior Group is especially interested, for used clothing. These Good «MT of a of Taste Today by Emily Post--^ -Etiquette." Tile 1'ersouM- i-ofti« ' each person aid ; - therefore. most conspicuous. ?he meat platter (or main dishy · is -taken 'away next and the ·wgetable dishes (or ! condiments) lit-, . . ' , - ' . (Released, b; the Bell' Syndicate. Inc.) !*' ' Mrs. Post is sorry she\can no longer answer personal letters. She is glad, howewr, to hate many printed slips oi a variety of subjects to offer t her readers. Today's slip is '"lie Sen-ice Plate." Be" sure to sendi three-cent stamped, sclf-addressd envelope with _ . . . ,. vour request to'Mrs. Post in care Curious Way to Leave Money j of this pgpe^ . Q. Box 150 Dear Mrs. Post: Is it proper j Times Square' Station, New York! for me as hostess to accept mon- j jr. Y. | · ' ey left purposely by unexpected j guests on the dresser of t h t j · cement mills thfmone^Lndl" P b^rid?nTMUkej states produce, and .thy nation jj. * i uses; more cemeit "than'does any 1 Answer: They must have In- I other country in the \vbild. ' tended the money for the maid, who should have been allowed to find it on the bureau when she | put the room in order. j At least I can't imagine that a | tip was intended for you! But if j you have no maid and this was the case, it would be simplest to send it to your ex-guests and say it was forgotten by one of them. On the other hand, guests do often contribute to the budget of relatives or very intimate friends but not in this leave-a-tip way! When relatives, let us say -- especially older ones--go to stay with younger ones who have very little the; United articles are to bo brought to the February meeting. Hostesses for ihe evening were .Miss Amelia Rase-like and Miss Entcrtams at Dinner Miss Fanny Elmendorf of High Falls entertained at a dinner on New Year's night at Hoppe's, High Falls. During the evening the money, an uncle or aunt would go I to her niece, give her a "greenback" or two (or possibly a'check)' . _ . ''" oto i and say, "Mary dear, I want you Tableau pictures oj^thcjifo oM\olfgarig.Amadeus Mozart were^ given Saturday morning nt the Y.^\V. C. A. by children of members of I to take this toward your market ^, r .,..!.,_ u- .__i. ..__.. ._ .,-- ._. L _ _ , ^___ ,,.. _ . . biUs this \yeek." It might even be _ , . - - . . - -- -- a perfectly natural gesture f o r In the front row are \Vard.Ingalshe, Jane LeFever, Alice Millonig, Susie Dunbar, -\myJou Millonig and Margaret Ingalsbe. The part*! those who go to stay often-wkh lozart the c-hild were taken by Alico Millonig and of his sister, by Susie Dunbar. Jack Bishop was Mozart's father. . intimate friends to contribute in j the Musical James Dunbar, Society. The group of children who tool: part in the picture scenes are, back row, Eva Diinbar, Violet Dunbar, Vera Mackey, ar, Burwell Decker, Henry Millcnig. 3rd; John Bishop. Phyllis Decker, John Le Fever, Marjorie .Men-it t and Jean Laidlaw. Does Your/ Nose Clog, .. and make jbu shore? HERE'S MIGHTY GOOD NWS... If your nose "closes up" at ni|it and makes breathing difficult,.putt few drops of of Mozart Lfshin-Shiriadlman Miss Anne Shinadlam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shinad- lam of Yonkers became the bride of Maurice Lifshin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lifshin of 74 Abecl street, this city, on Sunday, December 24 at the Rainbow Inn, New York city. The Rev. Louis Mashioff of New York officiated. Miss Mildred Shinadlam and Sidney Shinadlam, sister and brother of the bride, were the attendants. The bride wore mist blue with dubonnet accessories and a corsage of orchids. Her attendants wore dusty pink with brown accessories and a corsage of roses.' Tlie couple is residing in Yonkers. Musical Society Meeting -, , ,,. - The Musical Society will meet guests enjoyed cards. Those _pres- Wednesday, January 10, instead TV ,,, , .T. 0 i _-,.-,..·,, ^ ^^.^ e v e n j n g aL t)ie fr omc O f Mrs. Henry Millonig, Jr., 103 Franklin street. Thc program will be on Felix Mendelssohn and will be in charge of Mrs. Harry P. ent were Mr. and Mrs. ijanse Beach. Mrs. Mary Beach, Mr. and VIrs. Frank Hauk. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest LeFeyre, Mrs. William Quick. Miss Marguerite Quick, SOCIAL PARTY TONIGHT St. Peter's Hall ADAMS STREET TIME, 8:30 P.M., PROMPTLY ADMISSION 25c % U1CK V,-.,Y- t .^rguerue ^UICK. D d and Mrs _ W illiam Mrs. Uilhe Schoonmaker. Mr. and tl - nn .° Mrs. Fred Elmendorf and Mr. and ; un| ° c ' El- Personal Notes Mrs. Donald Gillcspic. Ladies' Aid Meeting The Ladies' Aid and Missionary ' Mrs. Eloise P. Lovatt of Mill Society of the Lutheran Church of street left Tuesday for New York the Redeemer will meet Thursday city. She will bc joined by her at 7:45 p. m. Hostesses for the mother, Mrs. Charles Preston, on evening will be Mrs. William Sny- Thursday, and they will spend dcr, Mrs. Adam Thiel and Miss Carrie McCullough. Current Events Group The Current Eventc Group of the College Women's Club will meet this evening at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. Rose K. Witter, 117 Fair street- Additional Chaperones several months in the city. I Miss Catherine. Mycr of New York city was a week-end guest of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Milliken of Hurley avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John Clarke of North Newington. Conn., spent the holiday week-end with Dr. and Mrs. Harold Clarke- of Hurley avenue. Miss Carolyn Mullin, Y. W. C. A. Their Engagements Made Known ley and Dr. and Mrs. Francis T. O'Connor will bc other chaperones at the tea dance at the Academy of St. Ursula on Friday. Book Group Meeting The Book Group of the College Women's Club will meet tonight at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. Russell Thomas, 28 Roosevelt JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE FUR COATS PURCHASE A FUR COAT NOW AT LOWEST PRICES. j FUR HATS MADE-TO-OUDER. TO MATCH YOUR FUR OR | CLOTH COAT. FUR TRIMMINGS FOR HATS. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT J2 MONTHS TO PAY BANKS FUR SHOP 380 BROADWAY. OPEN EVENINGS. THE SMART SHOP KINGSTON'S LEADING CORSETIERES. 304 WALL ST. KINGSTON, N. Y. the first national conference of Reserve secretaries at Lake . 111. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Oliver of Hurley and Mr. and Mrs. John Lebert and sons, John and Richard, of Linderman avenue, spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. JAicarini of Burlington, Vt. Mr?. K. .T. Willis nf 11? Main street left today for Tampa, Fla.. where she will spend the winter. Dr. Elizabeth M. Parsons of Maiden Lane spent the Now Year's j I holiday as guest of Mr. and. Mrs. ' ' Frank H. Parsons of Brooklyn. Walter J. Kidd of 163 Boulevard | attended the annual Christmas; party last evening of the American I Guild of Organists held at j Schrafft's on Fifth avenue, New i York city. } Miss Ruth A. Duryce. daughter ; of Mrs. Anna E. Duryce of 111. | West Chester slreet has returned i to her .studies at t h e Eastman ' School of Music at Rochester. I The Misses Rosalie and Doris Tucker of 425 Albany avenue returned Tuesday from Brooklyn and New York city where they spent the holidays. i Mrs. Henry T. Terpening of S4 I St. James street entertained a few | friends at tea and cards at her: home on Thursday afternoon. I Miss Grace Berrian of Brcwsler j street had as her week-end guest, ' Mrs. Charles Sicklcr of Shokan. : DOl:OTHY 7EILMAN EI. . Mrs. George Zeilman of Maldcn-on-Hudson, has announced .'.the engagement of her daughter, Dorothy Mac, to James Wilson Tinney. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Tinney of Port Ewen. -Miss Zeilman is a graduate of Saugerues High School.. .Mr..TLnncy is a graduate.of Kingston High School'and is employed in the electrical department of the Ganficld Supply Company of this city. . .. · - Mrs. Eugene Vogel of 17 South Wall street; 1o Gerald F. Conrad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Conrad of Binghamton, was announced during the recent holidays. No date has been set for the^wedding. - . - . colors--such as yellow and deep red. Or you may use leftover goods, old dresses. For a rug 27 inches in diameter you require about 7 to 8 yards of red fabric (36 inches wide) and about 11 to 12 yards of yellow in the same width. Cut in strips 3 or 4 inches wide and fold to 1 inch. ' Now, after winding a strip of old red cloth around your hoop, stretch 4 red strips across it like spokes in a wheel, pin at ends and sew at center. To weave, pin one end of a long yellow strip next to a red spoke, carry to center and go over and under the spokes as our diagram shows. You get the, pretty pattern of the rug irf^b'ur .picture by forming V's with extra spokes. Do you have scraps left, over? Weave a little pillo-.v top to match. And fun to'weave a smart sports bracelet and belt set of wool or raffia on a cardboard "loom"--or place mats on a breadboard. Easy instructions for making these, .other attractive articles arc given in our 32-page booklet Includes -items for personal use-such- as purses and scarves--and for the home there are doilies, footstool' covers -- many more NEMO Offers Certified JANUARY SPECIALS At SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS FAVORITES OF THE Not-so-slenders' 'i'his Ncmolastik of pique batiste with tbe clever elastic wsisiline at lhc back is one of this sale's outstanding values. Sizes 2S-40 . . . . Side-closing Girdle in its ".^pocinl" sale version: AH sires 36-1S. NEMO WOHDERLIFTS If you need alxiorr.ina! support . . . Ncr.io \Vondcr- is at your choice is the !xst you can buy. Sidc-cios- jng ir.r.erbclu; -- 'or long or short figures -- soft or firm bast sections. Sizes 36-54. Specially priced at S 5.50 value $ 5.03 MISS MARGARET HAMILTON and MISS KATHRYN MARTIN" z.:yr',. Ccc.-xticrcs. v.-iil ;jdvi;;c and fn you. Having utilized his evenings free ; from military duty in the study of law, Sergeant Lloyd L. Finch, company clerk of Service Company, ! llth Infantry, now at Fort Me- j j: j Clellan, Alabama, recently passed his bar examinations to practice ! law in Indiana. Sergeant Finch entered Lincoln University, India; napolis. Indiana, in 1936, and was j I graduated June 2. 1939. Before ! transfer of his organization, he was 'stationed ;it Fort Benjamin Harri- ; json, 10 miles distant from India- ! I napolis. i HAIR STYLES sndYQUEHAT Complete coordination rout cxi*l hctwocn thr roifTarc nn] the chapcau. Our j-alon i; notn1 for its original .vet practical hair stylo . . . . .styles that aid in enhancing yonr personal charm and beauty. For AppcmtrnenlPboD«3275 MICKEY'S BEAUTY SHOP ) No. FKONT ST. pretty and useful items. Send lOc in coin for your copy of HOW TO . WEAVE USEFUL NOVELTIES to 'Kingston Daily Freeman. Home Service. 635'Sixth Ave.. New York. N. Y. Be sure' to " . . . w ^^l^m.j J U U l l*r\l\UCj, J-\.U- DRESS, arid tlic NAME of booklet. some way toward what cannot avoid being quite burdensome expense -- but not by leaving monny on the bureau'. They might perhaps · arrive with provisions -particularly unusual ' provisions from a specialty market passed on their way. Sometimes too, inti-. mate friends arrange - bef orehar.d that they are to be allowed to come as "paying guests." .This is most usual when the visit is to bs for a week or two, or longer. Individual Wooden Salad Bowls Dear Mrs. Post: - 1 have been given individual wooden salad bowls and a large wooden serving bowl to match. .How am I supposed to use these small bowls. Answer: I 'would have, the- in-. dividual bowls- brought to the table . with a china plate under each. The serving bowl" should then . be passed - and each person helps .himself .and eats salad from his bowl instead of ffonr.a plate. Which Dishes Removed First?, Dear Mrs! Post: Will you tcil me if it is better to remove the serving dishes 'before- the dinnov plates after the meal , is over,, or better the other way round. -I don't suppose there "is any rule since putting .everything on the table and having no maid is "hardly subject to. rule. .Just the same, I'd like to know' what you, think would be 'best. . · - '· Answer: On the contrary, thare- is a definite rule about this. At LIIU unii ui every course, me Vicks Va-tro-nol up eah -nostril. RESULTS ARE SO GOODbecaUse.Vicks Va-tro-nol is express! designed for the nose and upper thro'at/.yrhere transient congestionjbften' hinders breathing. You can IctuaUy feel it go to work bringing rfief. '. .." TRY IT TONIGHT--enjf the comfort Vicks Va-tro-nol brf" arc removed first. This is because they are directly in front of L.ON DDK'S JUVENILE SHOP John St., Ring^on, N. Y. 1 SALE All V Children's CtfATS Reduced 20%; and mpre Leggings MATERNITY STYLE FOR MODERNS MAKIAN MAKTliN PATTERN. 9267 .. Waiting for Mr. Stork's . visit needn't moan becoming a stay-at- home! Not when -a youthful, concealing style like Marian Martin's i Pattern 9267 can carry you smart- j ly here, there, everywhere. Best I of all, both pieces may be worn ! after the big day too. The adjustable skirt grows with your figure. You'll like the jauntily disguising I shirtwaist top that may bc worn ! tucked inside the ' skirt when ' you're slim again. You might make a straight or revdrs-collar in refreshing contrast. Pointed cuffs to malch, and ruffled, edging on both, will add dainty charm. | Pattern 9267 may be ordered! only in misses', sizes 12, 14, 16, IS and 20. Size 1C requires 5% yards 39 inch fabric, -Is yard contrast. Send KU'TKliN CKNTS In coins for this MAKIAN MARTIN pattern. Go sure to -write n l n i n l y youjr SIZB. NAME. ADl'UKSS. and STYLE NIJ31- ' HERE'S EXCITING NEWS! OUR NEW MARIAN MARTIN SPRING PATTERN BOOK IS JtiST OUT, with a gay preview of casy-to-scw styles for every age from tiny mite to matron including "growing-ups,'' debs and career girls. There arc country casuals and town tailorcds . . - clothes for day and night glamor . . . "costumes for the bride . - . outfits for school wear .. . . new fashions for S p r i n g seasoned cottons, tweeds, prints and. looking ahead] to Easter, cruise modes. BOOK ] FIFTEEN CENTS. . PATTERN ! FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND j PATTERN TOGETHER, TWEN- ! TY-FTVE CENTS. ' ! Send your order to Kingston Daily Freeman. Pattern Depart- j mcnt, 232 W. ISth St., New'York. i N. Y. - . ! Water Supply Important j A water system which lack; adc- j qualc capacity for the needs of 1hc . home oflcrs r,o satisfaction. A sin- : glc faucet needs from iv.'O lo 3!i | gallons ol -.vaJcr a minute for a good i fall fiOT. SoTMe hon-.c owners, cor.- ' Jusi^j: price ivilh economy, have i ir.istaJcerly bought v.-a:cr sys:«r:s : ·srilh capacity barciy sufficient to supply cnc 'ai:ccl si a time. These appear all right i=j;il !wo or rcore persons IT? :o draw water simuJ- ; la-ccrusly '~o:n different faucets. 0:c fiov rapidiT sihks to aa Home Service Cay Hand-Woven Rug Fun'for You to 3Iakc su;T.c;e:ii reserve capacity. There is Icng-rai-jgc economy in installing a wa:er system cJ lhe style arrc sire suited to both present ?.rd 'a- 'arc needs, cr.c providing a fuU Sow- in ki'ichc?.. balhrco~i. or laradry. at ciits^de hose isps for jprir^V.Tij; ana f.rc pTO'tCivoTi ir, ^s--ysrc", slables. or n'ltwr ou'.baiklirifs. All you :c«i 'for making a · horncy rag rug like this arc a child's hoop, strips of inexpensive ] c"!!on or ·woolen cloth in pretty HERE'S NEWS FOR YOU Once Again We Are Going To STARTLE This COMMUNITY with the GREATEST BARGAINS You have ever heard of...AT OUR FNAL SALE STARTS THURSDAY, 9 A . M . We Place At Your Disposal Now Our Entice Stock of Coats-Dresses-Sportswear AT % PRICE and LESS ..SALE.'"'] /SARIS THURSDAY, ' ^sUiw...-' $10 COATS sc.oo 5 S15. COATS 520 sin COATS *1U COATS up to '39.50 S 15 S 20 One Group of DRESSES '1.00 · · Values to $5.00 *4.90 DRESSES 2for $ 5 Dresses $6.90 Vahes Single $3.59 DRESSES up to "9.90 Sin « le ,$4.59 Sizes 9 to 60 Children's Coats Snow Suits S 4 up ·1ZCJ 9to 60 SNOW PANTS $1.25 1 FIRST COMERS GET THE PICK $1.94 SKIRTS SPORT JACKETS $194 up 295 WAIL ST KINGSTON. £2.90 MIS