Ethel H Snyder
THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1933 Club ... - t - SOCIAL ; Recent Bride Mrs. Stanley Laymon, president of the Woman's auxiliary of the Ablng - ten Hill Country club, and Mrs. Horace Birciard, golf chairman, presided at the luncheon meeting held recently In the clubhouse at Dalton, at which time plans were made for activities for the summer season. It was announced that the first golf luncheon will be held on Thursday after' soon, May 18, In the clubhouse. Present at the luncheon meeting were: Mesdames M. J. Noone, T. P. McOrath, James Sweeney, 7. P. Arndt, B. J. Garvey, Joseph Butler, Reese, M. I. Pentecost, Robert Birtley, J. N. White, J. E. Manley, Wilson, T. Tone Cavil, M. J. Loftus, Carl Hosier, J. J. Lonsdorf, Raymond Gibbs, Harold Scragg, H. D. Birebard, J. D. Hinton, John Morel, Hill, Reardon, M. C. Leskawa, R. Lawler, and Stanley Laymon. o o o Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster re - cently entertained at a birthday party at home in honor of their daughter, Dorothy. Present were: Audrey scnuster, Manna wniung, uorotny Reese, isaitn Kreinoerg, Rutn Kie men, Betty McCray, Mary Flynn, Marie Lynn, Marilyn Schuster, George Bcnuscer, jacc wniung, Leslie Jones, Prank Wilscheuer, William - Caple, Leroy uauey, mcnoiaa D'Angeio, xnomas ormitns, Kooert aenroeder. and jaca price. ooo Mrs. Herbert Lonsmore. Waverhr road, darks Green, recently enter tained at a bridge dinner party at the Twin Maples, Clarks Green, in honor of Mr. Longmore's birthday anniver sary, present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Dayles, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hutcninson, Mr. ana Mrs. John wu cox, Mr. and Mrs. John Tristly, Mr. and Mrs. William Dodge, and Mr. and . m . 1 i m . mii, nerDcrt jjongmore. 0 0 0 Miss Mary Lang an, Monroe avenue, recently entertained members of her sorority at home, at which time plans were made for a dance to be held in Hotel Jermyn on May 5. At a recent meeting of the J. O. Y. club plans were discussed for a party to De neid in the near future, the date to be announced later. Present were: Ann Dan to, Hilda Gordon, Ruth Klein, Elizabeth Nudelman, Mildred Oram, Edith Sabon, Sylvia Schwartz, ana Estner stanier. 0 0 0 The following club members re cently enjoyed a dinner party in honor of several of the members of the club who have birthdays in April: Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Paull, Hilda Her man, Helen Miller, Marguerite Smith, Evelyn Harris, Doris Kosin, Elsie Horn, Elsa Nickish, Esther Kime, Dorothy Lewis. Dorothy Jones. Anna Nawrotn Harold PuhL William Fleiachli, Alfred Maus, Leslie Ransom, Arthur Diesing Edward Diesing, Robert Yaggi, Wtt liam Bauer, Arthur Koch, George Woelkers, and George Kime. ooo Miss Angeline Vellela recently entertained at home, the occasion being her sixteenth birthday anniversary. Present were: Dorothy Hausman, Sally English. Margaret Kruper, Jose' phlne Kruper. Regina Hydock, Anna, Dorothy and Deiores vellela, Florence Covlello, Mary Medico, Eugene Noys, Reynold Kuehn, Joseph Kalcas, Frank and Anthony Oomenck. Charles Mecca, Victor Dominlck, Sammy 8cra - mem, Franmin Gamoot wmiam vet 1.1. .nit Wllllarr, Vliahn t ' Annual Meeting Of Missionary Society Closes Choose Towanda Presbyterian Church As Scene of Next Conference i i L' Y 1. " lit wU J Photo by Schrjever Mrs. Victor J. Michael, who before her recent marriage was Miss Euth Bodan - sky. Dance Will Follow Election of - Officers The Scranton chapter, American In etitute of Banking, will meet this eve ning in American legion hall for elec tion of officers, and short business ses MICHAEL F. FLANAGAN JR. Michael F. Flanagan Jr., of the First National bank, who is president of the chapter, will preside at the meeting. The nominees for officers and directors include: president, William Kalowsky, Peokvllle National bank; vice - president, MacDonald Heebner, First National bank, Scranton; secretary, Lester It - terly, North Scranton Bank and Trust Co.; treasurer, Newell Townsend, First National bank, Carbondale, and John Ruth, Old Forge Discount and Deposit bank; directors (three to oe elected), Simon Huber, East Scranton State bank; Edward Parsons. Pennsylvania Trust; George Gebhardt, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania department of closed banks; Catherine Brown, Third National Bank and Trust company; Eleanor Jones, First National bank, Dunmore; Jack Pitman, Third National Bank and Trust company. Sptclil to The Republican CARBONDALE. April 26. A com. munion service with the pastor, the rtev. a. Turner foster, d. u lire. sidlng, brought the flftv - flfth annual meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of Lackawanna Presbytery to a close this afternoon in First Pres - Dyterian cnurth. Speakers on the program this after. noon were Mrs. Austin P. Wolfe. Elat Africa; Miss Marion Hutchinson, New jforK, a member of the national mission board, and Miss Gertrude C Schwab, Ashley, president of the so ciety, miss Bcnwao outlined a uro gram for the coming year and urged the members to continue their great worn. At today's meeting, it was decided to conauct tne next conference in First Presbyterian church, Towanda. Pages during the meeting were Misses raunei numpnrey ana Kutn Masters, Carbondale. Banners, the work of Clinton Jones, were carried by Mrs. Lloyd Neimever and Miss Dorothv Burr. These banners announced each mvision or tne program. Hymns appropriate to each section were sung by Mrs. Maxwell Shepherd. Yester day the soloist was Mrs. Andrew Pat' ten. The afternoon program besan with an organ solo by Prof. Frank Sam son and was followed by a worship service. Miss Hester Foster, leader of the Carbondale choir, sang several solos. About 170 were in attendance at tne closing exercises. Mrs. John S. Nlles, chairman of hospitality, maunameo a register to record tne name of each delegate. At 8:45 o clock this - morning, the program c - ened with' a prayer service and was followed bv morninc wor. ship in charge of Mrs. Herbert Ure, ".Living me" Message," one of the aivisions of the program, orjened the regular meeting. Speakers were:' Miss Helen Terry, Tunkhannock; Mrs. C. S. Lilley, Towanda; Mrs. C. E. Prag - nell, Wilkes - Barre; Miss Dorothv Scheuer, Scranton; Mrs. J. H. Brooks, Scranton, and Mrs. James Duguid Jr., New York. Another part of the program was Sharing the Message." Speakers were: Mrs. unanes smitn, Mrs. unaries Loveiand, Mrs. H. C. Rams - burg, and Mrs. V. L. Samson. Con. secratlon services and Installation of omcers followed. lela, and William Kuehn ooo Mrs. Walter XL Fordham, North Webster avenue, entertained her club at a bridge luncheon recently at norae, The guests numbered eight. o o o Mrs. Margaret Davis will be in charge of the card party to be held on Saturday evening in G. A. R. hall bv Elizabeth De Lacy tent, No. 10, Daughters of Union Veterans. Players are asked to bring their own cards. , 0 0 0 i The annual banquet of the Hahne mann Hospital Nurses' Alumnae as. sociation will be held in the Dippre, South Scranton, on Tuesday evening day - afternoon with many members and their guests calline durlnc the re ceiving hours. .Mrs. Ripple C. Smith and Mrs. Herbert Shaver, assisted Mrs. Rudolph S. Houck, president, as hostesses. Pale pink roses, baby orchid iris and yellow daisies formed the centerpiece for the tea table. Presid ing at the tea table were: Mesdames Howard Snowdon, John Thomas, Norman White, Philip Warren, L. G. Sylvester. . P. W. Wollerton. Jesse A Snover, Howard A. Stelle, and Roy W. Voria. Assisting 'in servlne were: Misses Victoria Sturge, Katherine Zeidler. Mesdames Rayburn Watres, Paul - Winter, George Wilson, John Wilson. Tudor Williams. Chester A. Thomas, Mervyn M. Williams, T. M. Voyle, and Walter Schanz. o o. 0 Mrs. T. P. Quinn was general chair man, and the Rev. Patrick McMur - jay, C P., honorary chairman of the lard party which was held in Hotel Casey last night for the benefit of the Passionist Nuns' convent, with more at 7 o'clock, and will be followed by an 800 attendance. At the con. dancing. Reservations may be made before May 1 witn miss Louise is. easier, Marian Lewis, Mary Sawka, Mary Zurowska, and Miss Gamin. ooo One of the largest contract bridge tournaments ever held at the Catholic Woman's club was given recently with tne prize winners oerng as iouows: North - South, Mrs. J. J. Burns and Mrs. Francis Morgan; Mrs. E. P. Lar - kin and Mrs: Eugene Mongan: Robert Murray and Frank Keller; East - west, Mr. ana Mrs. Morris Lawrence; miss Helen Murray and Miss Mary Duffy; Miss Bess Flnnerty and Miss Nell McCann. ooo Mrs. Salo Friedewald will read "When Ladles Meet," at the Elm Park church house this evening at .7:43 o'clock under the auspices of the Girl Scout troop No. 30. Rudolph Mattson will give the musical program. The public is invited to attend. 0 0 0 Miss Victoria Sturge will open her home. North Washington avenue, on Tuesday afternoon. May 9, for a card party under the auspices of tne League of Women Voters. The public is invited to attend, and reservations may be made with the hostess or with Miss Mary Parry, until Saturday of next week. . . 0 0 0 The final open house for the season at tne century club was held yester - ciusion or tne games, prizes were awarded for high scores at each table, and there were prizes for nonplayers and door prizes. - ooo. Miss Madeline Saville. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Saville, Stephen avenue, and G. Stanford Bieelow. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bigelow, Mon - ' sey avenue, were married yesterday morning at 10:30 o'clock in the rectory of St. Mary's church, South (Continued on Next Page) Billy Maynard Rice mmmmmm wammmmm 4 4 f I liV' n Billy Maynard Rice, four - and - a - half years old, of 920 Grandview avenue, is shown above. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rice. WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES Reservations for the final luncheon and annual meeting of the Century club will close on Saturday at 12 o'clock, and may be made at the club. house with Miss Fowler until that time. The luncheon will begin at o'clock, and will be followed by elec tion of officers and annual reports of omcers, departmental and committee chairmen. Robert P. Jenson, director of music at the Green Ridge Presbyterian church, will give a program of music at the luncheon meeting of the Quota club on Monday at 12:10 o'clock in Hotel Casey. He will be accompanied bv Mrs. L. R. Gardner. The conven tion committee will present a snort skit. The Junior Philathea class of the Green Ridge Baptist Sunday school has announced that the weekly luncheons which have been served at the church each Thursday, have been discon tinued. Mrs. Mary McOleary, Mrs. Ethel Mc - Bride, and Mrs. Elizabeth Mayer were elected delegates to the Four - Count: council meeting to be held at Hote. Jermvn on May 10. to represent the Ladies' auxiliary to Koon - coniey post, No. 121, American legion, at a recent meeting of the auxiliary neid m tne legion rooms. Mrs. Agnes Conboy reported that tne auxiliary will have a card party on Thursday afternoon. May 4. in the legion rooms, and that playing will begin at 2:15 o'clock. All members who exoect to attend the luncheon on May 10 are asked to make reservations with Mrs. Sally Connelly, secretary, Other reports were given by Mrs. Ber tha satiey, memrje:3nip; Mrs. jane Conrad, child welfare; Mrs. Emma Walter, cammunlty service, and Mrs. Elizabeth Mayer, Poppy day. Commander John McTammany, Koch - Con ley post,, gave a short talk, and at the close of tne .Business session, covered dish supper was served by Mrs. Emma Dlttfield and her commit tee. , Plans for the annual banquet of the Dames of Malta, Sisterhood No. 35, will be completed at the. meeting this Lf OUTFITTERS CHILDREN tr - m CRADU to RADUATION L'5 711,267 Women Now Report Benefit , by actual record ' "Have you received benefit from taking ' Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound?" A questionnaire enclosed with every bottle of medicine has brought, to date, 724,692 replies. The' overwhelming majorityin fact, ninety - eight out of a hundred says, " Yes' If this dependable medicine has helped so many women, isn't it reasonable to suppose that it will help you too? Get a bottle from your druggist today. It tones up the system . . . quiets quivering nerves . . gives you more strength ana energy. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 7 7 7 7 7 - 7 7 7 X7 421 Laoka. Ave. feTftiiffiifr tut y TODAY Thursday Little Boys' Eton Suits 3 to7 years Some with White Flannel Shorts .98 $1 Boys' Wash Suits Broadcloth, Etc. 3 to 8 years , S9c Confirmation Needs Our Specialty evening at 7:30 o'clock in Malta hall Elizabeth Evans, Mamie Smith, Ella Sherman, and Rachel Griffiths are in cnarge of the banquet. The Rector's guild, Church of the uood snepnerd win serve a cafeteria supper this evening from 5:30 to 7 o clock in the parish house. The final meeting of the Women's guild, St. Luke's church, will be held following a luncheon In the parish house on Wednesday, May 17. The Rector's guild. Church of the Good Shepherd, will conduct a rummage sale tomorrow beginning at 9 o'clock, in the Cusick building. The Friday Hortnightly club will meet on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Charles H. Chandler, Adams avenue. Mrs. W. E. Bright will have the paper. The Ladies' Aid society, Providence M. E. church, will serve luncheon at the church' today, with Mrs. Anna Frit in charge. The public is invited. Personals Miss Mary Benjamin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Beniamin. North Washington avenue, and a student at Smith college, was recently elected manager of the properties committee for the spring dramatic production of (continued on Next Page) Veterans' Auxiliary Inspection Tomorrow Annual inspection will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock of the Sons of union Veterans' auxiliary. No. 10, at G. A. R - hall. The inspection will be under the direction of Mrs. Flora Ackerman, past department president, Allen town. Mrs. Laura Bullock, president, has requested a large attendance. . Dietetic Association To Meet in Pittsburgh " " ; . The Pennsylvania Dietetics associa tion will hold its first annual meeting at the Schenley hotel, Pittsburgh on I May S and 6. The program will include talks by: Dr. C. G. Klnz, University of Pitts burgh, on "Current Problems in Nu trition"; Dr. Leo Criep, on "Allergy ': Dr. Henry Rolf Brown on "Food Fads. Luncheon will be served at H. J. Heinz house and a buffet supper utl Carnegie institute. The dinner will be held at Montenore hospital with Dr. R. A. Dutcner as speaker. Miss Mary Huhn, Moses Taylor hospital, is state president - elect of the association and Miss Marie O'Hara, Hahnemann hospital. Is state chair man of the administrative section. She will preside at the sessions on Friday. Miss Ann Dimmock, High School caf ? - terias, is the president of the Scranton Dietetic association. Eastern Star Officer Guest at Dinner Surprise : Party Is Held in . Honor of , Mrs. Logan's Birthday v The omcers of Anthracite chapter No. 206, Order of the Eastern Star, recently entertained at a surprise dinner in honor of Mrs. Eleanor Logan, Feature Dancer s j u if LOUISE SMALE Mary Louise Smale, daughter of M? and Mrs. John A. Smale, 82S Pittston avenue, will be the featured dancer In the presentation of "Miss Pros perity on Parade" in P. O. S., of A. hall, Pittston avenue, by Camo 96, P. O. S. of A. tonight, Friday nieht and Saturday night. YOU DESERVE THE BEST A fit &'v? Every woman hat her own type of beauty but it mutt be emphashed by the correct comb. Ji's Called the New CROQUIGNOLE "PERSONALITY" WITH THESE FEATURES . . . ONLY WAVE that can guarantee . , ringlet ends that's s e 1 f - setting, winding . with ends up that absolutely requires no setting or attention of anykind ' 'complete NO EXTRAS Parisian. $i .95 I DeLuxe $ooo Wav 1 W W' O 50c Beauty Treatments NOW 25c Joan's Beauty Shoppe 439 SPRUCE ST., SCRANTON Phone 34680 SI S. MAIN St., WILKES - BABBE PHONE t - 09ZI St NORTH MAIN ST., PITTSTON PHONE S185 f "V - pnoto by Bachracb MRS. ELEANOR LOGAN worthy matron, at the home of Mrs. Charles Chamberlin, Gibson street, the occasion beine her birthdav an niversary. The invocation wae - riven bv George Hayes, acting patron. The guest of honor was oresented with a eift from her officers. Mrs. Lily Marsh, deputy grand matron of District 19A, gave a - pleasing talk in which she wished Mrs. Logan success and happiness and thanked the hostess for her hospitality. Following the dinner, games were enjoyed. Prizes were awarded to the following: Miss Ethel Snyder, Mrs. Maurice Trexler. Mrs. Carl Steinle and Mrs. Charles Raker. - . Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. William Logan, Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chamberlin, Mrs. Lily Marsh, Mrs. George Gleason, Mrs. Maurice Trexler, Mrs. Herbert Capwell, Mrs. Clayton Webber, Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Charles McKnlght, Mrs. Carl Steinle, Mrs. Charles Raker, Mrs. Samuel Watkins, and the Misses Elizabeth Watkins. Helen Frank, Ethel Zlert, Ethel Snyder, Eleanor Lcgan, Mary Chamberlin and Violet Kern. Miss Evelyn Berg, of Mon roe Avenue, has returned from New York City. Adv. "1 " Etiquette, Social Culture Problems 3aeitl.ni deaUnc with MietW octal culture will be antwered In this column dally. Seed year (Milam te Nildah Ben, car. ( The Senates fteeaelicae. Dear Naldah Ross: I am asking again about pronuncia tions. The word recuperate is heard several ways and also the word room. Thank you for your answers. 1 A. S. T. ANSWER The word recuperate is accented on the second syllable. The first e sounds like the e In return the u sounds like the u in music, the second e is un stressed, the a sounds like the a in day and the last e is silent. In the word room, the vowel sound Is like the vowel sound in the word mood. This is alro the sound of the room in roof and in root. It is a long vowel sound not a snort one. Indian Supper Plans Are Made The Junior branch of the Woman's auxiliary of St. Luke's church will meet with the Young Peoples fellowship and the GirU Friendly society at the parirh house on Wednesday evening. May 3, at 6:15 o'clock, at which time an Indian supper will be Deaconess Harriet. TtoHeN alueka whoh& dnne rona!rlprnhl wtvrV amm th; Indians in Alaska and Florida, will speak. Mrs. O. M. Wirisye will sing a BTOUD of Indian winvs . All members and friends are urged to be present. Reservations for the fupir snouia d; maae ny Monday afternoon with Miss Louise Wilcox or at tn parish House. 600 to Attend Prom HP" Y - 1 omorrow evening More than 600 alumni and student of St. Thomas college and their guests are expected to attend the college's prom tomorrow nignt in tne crystal ballroom, of the Hotel Casey. The affair promises to be one of the most elaborate in the institution's history. Final reports preparatory to the . dance were made last night at a meeting of all committees under the leadership of Attorney Jerome P. Casey, president of the alumni asso ciation, and William A. Barrett a senior at the college. FUR STORAGE We call for, clean and store your furs for a nominal percentage of your own valuation. Repairing and Remodeling at low summer prices. ENDFIELD'S FUR SHOP Suite 701 Council Bldg. Phone 2 - 3654 Astonishingly Simple Amazing in, PERFORMANCE ! u)ua - automatic cQeri(ferntcr LZZ r uzi x on mm m mm r Si oil See the Westinghouse! 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