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TCE SGUNTON HEFULLICAN, THURSDAY, NOVEtEEIt 23,1933 St. Cecilia's Society Presents Program A A program in honor of the feast of i St. Cecilia and sponsored by the St , Oecllia Music society of Marywood was held In the rotunda of Mary - wood yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The program follows: A reading by Margaret Prokopovltski. ' Sketches from Italy v . l Tarantella I In Venice I Carreta Sicilian The Caecllian Olee Club Sonata Opus 1, No.S Beethoven - . - Paulina Roieniwelg Sganarelle .. Schutt v, Mar uu 'Vocal Koddln Galloway Reglna Kelly ' Nocturne In B Flat Major Faderewaki Mary Gibbons Violin Cadli Albenls " - Marcella Brecht t Llsnto onffl Scott , - ; Kathryn Hair Z Harp Autumn Thomas Mary Carr The Wind Spross Margaret awgior Andante from Surprise Symphony. .Haydn String wuartet Supreme Worthy Priestess Guest at Dinner Given by Cana Shrine SeguldUla .Albenls Winifred Hearna Vocal When I Bring Colored Toys. Carpenter Kathryn Hair To Spring "e Alice McCann ntt amnlrn UMtt Helen Williams Violins - Melody In A Major.... jusiine uuuca Rhap - sody in B Minor.. .......Brahms Margaret Prokopovitsh Fly Minuet z Unfinished Symphony Schubert AUegrMarywood College Orchestra I tn) J - LVvS, .Hit'" .Dawes Personals - Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Puller, who ' were married Saturday. sailed from New York yesterday on the "Monarch of Bermudla" and will spend a few 1 day in Bermuda. ' A son was born on Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gllboy, West Market street, at Mercy hospital. Miss Dorothy Williams, Crown ave - " ' nue, spent the week - end at Madison and Newark, N. J. Mn c M Barnes and daughter. Helen, Myrtle street, are home after a two weeks' visit in Philadelphia. v Miss Ann Jordan, Stafford avenue, was the recent guest of Miss Marie R. Walter, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hetterling, Diamond avenue, announce the birth of a daughter on Sunday at Mercy hospital. The mother was formerly ' Miss Margaret Graham. Mrs. E. L. Kiesel, Arthur avenue, .and daughter, Pauline, a student at r ' the Women's Medical college, Phila - delphia, and son. William, a student at Hill school, Pottstown, will attend th Armv - Naw football game in i Phiindelohia on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin McNerney. n ehfidrpn Cornell street, have re tirrnH from a few days' stay in Philadelphia. Rnm to Mr and Mrs. Thomas A, Lynn, 321 Birch street, a son, at the Hahnemann hospital on Tuesday. Edward Scharar, Parker street, is a patient at the Mercy hospital, where he Is recuperating irom a recent, upcr tion. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Donald Salsbery, Stafford avenue, yesterday morning at Hahnemann hospital. Mrs. Eugene L. Moyer, Mulberry street, is recuDerating at her home from a recent illness. Executive Members Of Federated Women Hold District Meet Mrs. F. A. Kaiser Is Given Endorsement for Northeastern Northeastern Presidency The executive board of the north' eastern district of the State Federa tion of Pennsylvania women met yes terday morning in the Century club Dance Chairman , if , 1 ( Miss Prances Powell, above, is chairman of a dance to be given at Hotel Casey on Dec. 1 by Scranton ohapter, Marywood College Alumnae association. MRS. F. A. KAISER with Mrs. W. M. Wolverton, Was ton, district president, presiding. Mrs. - Wolverton introduced Mrs. P. Whitney Davis, state chairman of fi - nane; Mrs. J. E. Sickler. second vice - president and editor of the Club Woman; Woman; Mrs. Williams, Luzerne .county chairman; Mrs. Frank Shannon, Lackawanna county chairman, and Mrs. Gardner, Susquehanna" county chairman. All county chairman reported reported a good membership and Lackawanna Lackawanna and Susquehanna counties each reported new clubs as applying for admission. Mrs. George F. Wilson. Easton, district district chairman of conservation gave her report, and plans were discussed to send reading matter to the vari ous conservation camps. Mrs. Luca, Mauch Chunk, district chairman of education, discussed the establishment of community recreational centers. Miss Frances Dorrance. Luzerne county historical association member, proposed motion which was carried to the effect that in 1934 will occur occur the the centennial of a public school system in Pennsylvania, and various women's clubs should consider in their programs at that time articles articles gleaned from textbooks, records, items of historical content showing the growth of the system in this state. The board endorsed the candidacy of Mrs. John Phillips for state presi dent of the federation, the election to take place next year in Harris' burg.. Others recommended for nomi' nation end the names sent to the nominating committee, included: Mrs. Wolverton, Easton, for second vice - president; Mrs. F. Whitney Davis, Chinchilla, for the office of treas urer, and Mrs. Frank A. Kaiser, for president of the northeastern district It was also recommended that Mrs. J. E. Sickler be retained as editor of the Club Woman during the next ad ministration. In her report, Mrs. Sickler, editor of the Club Woman stated that it had been proposed to hold a radio poll among club women to determine the type of program that was best re - 61 You'd Think We Came Into Your Kitchen . . . Used Your Cook Book and Ingredients! . . . because BLUE RTBBON CAKE tastes that way . . . Home - Made. You would use only the finest, purest ingredients ingredients obtainable. We're like that, too. These high standards assure you of wholesomeness, quality and oven - freshness. ORDER A BLUE RIBBON CAKE FROM TOUR GROCER TODAY 9 0 ' Elizabeth O. Smith presided as toastmaster at the banquet held last night In Hotel Holland by Cana shrine, No. 17, Order of White Shrine, Margaret M. Swingle was in charge of the affair, and the musical program program was given by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Madden. Mrs. Alice Eynon, worthy chaplain, delivered the invocation. invocation. The address of welcome was given by Mrs.. May E. Pass, worthy high priestess of the . local shrine, and the response was given by Genevieve Genevieve Howe Stelneek, supreme worthy high priestess of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, who was the guest of honor. Seated at the speakers' table, and shown In the above picture, were: standing, left to right, Margaret Ramsey, Anna Morgan, Blodwen Snyder, Alice Eynon, Margaret Phillips Phillips and May Shaffer; seated, Florence Florence Klein, Blanch Jehu, Elizabeth Smith, Margaret Swingle, May Pass, Genevieve Stelneek and Carrie Sikof - sky. Guests of honor included: Lillian C. Maier, worthy high priestess; Alice Heilman, Reading; Catherine Isles, Jessie Gabrio, Hazleton; Edith Seirfass, Henry S. Schaefer, Easton; Frances Hale. Nellie A. Hendershott Wllkes - Barre; Elizabeth Lehr, E. J. Carpenter, Allen town; Mrs. - B F. Beam. E. J. Richards, Annie Frace, Oeorgie Burleigh, Beulah Crevlln, Easton; Anna Dall, Maude Shotwell, Irene Ferry, Maude Williams, Anna Phillips, Wllkes - Barre; Stacia Moore, Reading; Minnie Totten, Cora Fal - bright, Edith Smith, Anna Shegwid - def, Anna Fox and Edith Raub, Hazleton. Hazleton. Scranton members present Included: Included: Margaret Guest, Ella Dear - don, Edith Kelson, Mlna Andrews, Letty Lutz, Mae Shaffer, Florence Klein, Margaret Phillips, Olga Kal - des, Elizabeth Miller, Maud Morgan, Elizabeth Hill. Jennie Eckert, Mary Thierion. Laura Davis. Harriet Bevan, Anna Morgan, Rachel Hughes, Eliza beth O. Smith. Jessie Bausteln. Em ily Talmadee. Rachel Griffiths, Liz zle Morgan, Bertha Williams, Etta Jackson, Anna Smith. Sara Anthony, Catherine Davis and Mrs. John Bea han, Clearfield, N. J. During the morning and afternoon yesterday Mrs. Stelneek conducted school of instruction in Memorial hall. Last evening a brilliant cere monial, held also in G. A. R. hall, followed the banquet. Etiquette, Social Culture Problems Questions dealing with elltiette and social culture win be aoiwered In thla column dally. 8end year Iueitlona to Naldak Kora, care of he Scranton Republican. For elaas or private Inatructloa In aerionallty development and racial culture call Mm. Rosa, 4 - SSM. ceived. Club officers are asked to co - operate in this poll by having their members turn In answers to questionnaires stipulating what they like and what they dislike on the radio. A discussion of the possibility of five cent movies for children on Saturdays Saturdays was held, as was a discussion on education as regards to the effect of alcohol on efficiency and health. Following the meeting, luncheon was served, and the discussion con tinued yesterday afternoon in the Chamber of Commerce. Activities (Continued from Preceding Page) rooms between 7:30 and 8 o'clock to receive receive parents of pupils. The regular monthly business meet ing of the Ladies' auxiliary to Melita cemmandery. No. 68, Knights Templar, was held yesterday afternoon in the ladies' parlor of the Y. W. C. A with Mrs. Frank T. Ely, the president, in charge. Following the business meet ing a social hour was enjoyed, and a birthday cake presented to Mrs. Ely. Mrs. Harry R. Acker is in charge of the November refresVnent committee. Everything is m readiness for the rummage sale which the auxiliary will conduct today and tomorrow in G. A. R. hall, 303 Linden . street. The monthly meeting of .Division No. 2, Ladies' auxiliary to the Ancient Ancient Order of Hibernians, will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Leonard's Leonard's hall. Election of officers will take place, with Mrs. James Powell, president, presiding over the business session. The November meeting of the board of directors of the Y. W. C. A, which was scheduled for yesterday morning. was postponed until Wednesday morning, Dec. 13. The Junior Hadassah met yester - Emma Bohorad presiding. A social hour followed the business session, The North End Republican Worn en's club will conduct a card party on Saturday night, Dec. 2, in Knights of Pythias hall. Playing will begin at 8:15 o'clock and players are asked to bring their own cards. The annual bazaar of the St. Gabriel Retreat clubs and Giulds of the Pas - sionist Nuns convent, 1560 Monroe avenue, will come to a close this evening with the awarding of a number of prizes. Handsome pieces of needle work and novelty gifts are on display, Proceeds will be used to purchase coal for the convent an chapel. day in the Y. M. H. A. with Miss I son. Junior Council Will Reorganize At a recent meeting of the Seneca club, plans for the organization or a Junior council of the club were begun. The new council will be composed d high school students. It was the pur. pose of the senior council to enlighten and train the younger set to parliamentary parliamentary proceedure and advancement in club work:. Under the grand legal advisor, An themy Cuczzo, the following comprises the senior legal - advisory board: Daniel Cuozzo, Lewis De VirgUUs and Anthony Epoca. The following are being considered ; charter members of the Junior council: James Ennis Edward Kear ney, Arthur Jenkins, James Spirity Edward Maher, Casper Talk), J Agnone. The new council will hold its regular meeting on Friday evening and will be in charge of the Senior Advisory board. The election of of ficers will then take place. Fifty beavers were Imported from Wisconsin to Pennsylvania about 18 years ago and now they are so nu merous that the latter state 'has an nounced a slxday open trapping sea - BLUE RIBBON for Thanksgiving ... what calls, back the past like a rich Pumpkin Pie? . Serve it often during the . holiday season . . . your family and pests will enjoy enjoy it. TWO - . . , sizes 25c and 45c fresh AT YOUR GROCER'S iHiti: y (MliliilV1! Deaf Naldah Ross: I am coming to you for assistance. When a girl asks a boy to go to any affair with her, such as a play. Is it proper for her to pay for the admission admission or should he pay? By answering answering this question you will certainly be helpful. Sincerely yours, "A LADY IN DISTRESS." ANSWER Yes, if you invite a boy to go to a dance, or concert or play you will have to provide the tickets. Social News .(Continued from Preceding Page) Patrick Shaughnessy and Miss Agnes Payton. Twenty - five guests were present. 0 0 0 Kindergarten teachers of the Scranton Scranton Public schools will entertain on Saturday at Fox Hill Country club for Miss Elizabeth F. Rice. Olive street, who is retiring as superintend ent oi Kindergartens. This evening the kintergarten supervisor! win entertain entertain at the Dietrich at dinner. On Tuesday evening Mrs. X. L. Merriman, Wyoming avenue, was hostess hostess at dinner In Miss Rice's honor, y o o o . Mrs. M E. Ford will be In, charge of the card party to be held at St. Ann's monastery : tomorrow evening at I o'clock. . 0 0 0 Members of the Catholic Women's club and their friends will be entertained entertained at a bridge tea at the club on Saturday af ternoon at 2 o'clock. Prises will be awarded, and players are asked to provide cards. Mrs. May Smith Lynott heads the committee in charge. 0 0 o Mrs. Henry R. Herbert and Miss Ann Helring, Clay avenue, were hostesses recently at an informal afternoon afternoon party for Miss Claire Hager, Binghamton, who Is to be a Thanksgiving Thanksgiving bride. Thirteen cueste were present, 0 0 O ' Mrs. Millie Vans ton will entertain twenty - two guests this evening at the Dippre. 0 0 0 The marriage of Miss Frances Tamres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' A. Tamres, Quincy avenue, and Alex Grosslnger, Eynon avenue, will take place on Dec. 3 at the Elks' club. Invitations for the wedding were Issued yesterday. 0 0 0 Mrs, Mary Richards, Pine street, announces the marriage of her daughter, daughter, Mary, to William L. Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Walter, Walter, Cresco, which was solemnized on Oct, 5 in Elkton, Md by the Rev. Edward Minor. Attending the couple were Miss Genevieve Conmy, Olyphant' and Mervin wunama. cresco. Mr. and Mrs. Walters are making their Home at tne crestwood, cresco, 0 0 0 Honoring Miss Jeanette Pratt, this city, a bride - elect, Miss . Annette Owens, Wilkes - Barre, will entertain at a bridge luncheon on Saturday at the Wyoming Valley Women's club. The following from Scranton will attend: Frances Wlveii, Mona Nallin, Ruth Sanborn. Alice McCann, Marion Conaboy, Sybil Jones, Mrs. W, Dodg - son and Mrs. J. MacFadyen. ooo Mrs. Howard W. Grafton was host ess to seven member of her club at her home, Adams avenue, on Tuesday evening. High scores were made by Mrs. Fred Hodgson and Miss Helen Aulbach. Mrs. Kenneth Evans, Prescott ave nue, will entertain the club on Dec. S. Bower birds of Australia build playhouses and decorate them with sticks, picked flowers, bones and shells; the different species of these birds show varying preferences in color schemes. More Leisure Hours . . . Less Toil For You . It has been said, "Man works from dawn to setting sun, but a woman's work is never done." Now, women are getting more hours of leisure from their tasks having their baking done in Blue Ribbon Kitchens instead of doing it themselves. themselves. 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Clipped from The Scranton Republican23 Nov 1933, ThuPage 5

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)23 Nov 1933, ThuPage 5
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