Grace M Snyder
THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY I, 1935 SOCIAL WORLD NEWS AND OTHER CONCERNS FOR WOMEN Program Announced For "Big Broadcast Entertainment to Be Held in Sawtelle House Tomorrow And Friday mm Tuik Reinhart. general chair - nu Mr the "Bis Broadcast." to be v.iii in th Aawtelle House of the 111.1U " wfminstr Church tomorrow ana Friday nights, has announced the pro gram lor the evening, reriormances each evening will start at 8:15 o'clock. Tickets may be secured from any member of the Young People's depart ment or can be purchased as we aoor follows: Rov Hosklns accompanist; opening number, Rock and Roll;" "You Teu Her vauae o.. ,.,,. Bnh vnonrv "Blue Moon Jack Schmidt; tap dancing, Bert and Helen Decker; "One Nlgnt 01 ixve, MaHorie Cox: novelty, Billy Lng ...ib. "nrhsn T rtrnw Too Old to UUlLil, - rwom Mnlli Sloan:' Dish Pan d.a - "Kioht and Dav." Harry Mil OBHUi ' B " " - ler; skit, Margaret Schmidt; Lulla - bve of Broadway," trio; Roy tiosn.ua, skit, four boys; "It's an Old Southern r.ntm Bettv "Red" Williams; "Oh, Suzanna," Mollie Sloan, George Rin ker; "Old Faithful," "Mood Indigo,' Marion Strunk; impersonations; clos ing number, "Pare Thee Well, Anna, bslle." 0 0 0 Stevens - Shaughnessy Miss Mae Shaughnessy, Mulberry Street, and Prank Stevens, Monroe Avenue, were married Saturday morning morning in St. Peter's Cathedral by the Rev. W. K. Dolan. A nuptial mass fol lowed the ceremony. ml shauehnessv wore an ensemble of bronco brown trimmed with squirrel fur and matching accessories. Miss ueu Trego, the maid, was attired in blue with fox fur trim and matching accessories. accessories. Their flowers were roses. Mr. Stevens had Walter Joyce for his best man.' Following a honeymoon trip to New York and Atlantic City the couple will reside in South Seranton. The bride was employed by the Seranton Dry Goods Company, and Mr. Stevens Is an employe of the Bit - tenbender Company. 0 0 0 Roger Bacon Dance Final arrangements are being completed completed for the annual Mercury Ball of the Roger Bacon Chemical Society of Marywood College at the Century Club, Friday evening, May 3. The dance promises to be unusual in the arrangement of the decorations. Black and silver will be the predominating colors. Miss Mary Lynott Is general chairman of the affair and Miss Marlon Perse, cochairman. Many of the prominent men and women of this city and vicinity will act as patrons and patronesses. 00 0 Conklin - Anderson Mr. and Mrs. George TJpdyke Steele, Jersey City, announced the marriage of their niece, Miss Mildred Louise Anderson, West Englewood, N. J., to Arthur Barton Conklin, formerly of Seranton. The ceremony took place In the first Congregational Church, Jersey Jersey City, Saturday, April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Conklin will reside at West Englewood. 0 0 0 A card party and dance was held last night at the Y. W. C. A. by members members of the Gamma Sigma Phi Sorority. Sorority. Miss Jean Mondelli was general chairman of the affair. ooo Miss Mary O'Malley will be hostess for the Mother's Day program to be given at the Catholic Woman's Club Sunday afternoon for members and guests. Mrs. Anna McDonough had charge of the successful card party held recently in the clubhouse. 0 0 0 Miss Mabel Brown will be hostess for the annual Spring dance of the Dalton Junior Club to be held tonight in the Dalton High School Auditorium. Auditorium. Dancing will be from 9 to 1 o'clock. ooo Miss Mary Lenahan, Orchard Street, recently entertained the members of her club at home. Plans were completed completed for the dance to be held tomorrow tomorrow night in Spencer's, Dunmore. Present were: Kathryn Dougherty, Marion McLean, Kitty Loughney, Mary Kennedy, Elizabeth Sammon, Martha Roberts, Martha Gallagher, Betty O'Donnell, Marie Ackerman. ooo The Senior B Class of Technical High school will hold its initial dance Friday evening in the school gymnasium. gymnasium. Walter Morgan, president of the class has appointed Joseph Swift as chairman of the dance committee. He is assisted by the following committee: committee: Miriam Egan, Dorothy Lawless, Lawless, Marian Leader, Alice May, Margaret Margaret Walsh, William Boland, Joseph nnnALL W PAPER Room Lot 89c. $1.05, $1.25 Comlitlni at 5 Sid WIL II Yard, Border. Paper far all roami. Former (elllni Brier l orat lota over U.M. CLEMENS (tWaln) Aerate From Weolwarth'e The Care of WASHING We Take a Trifle Longer. We Charge a Trifle More. But the Results Justify Both. tAttihc T rXrienW and Domes, mm '$ Interior Decorations 614 Sprtfce Strzzt . 'Tea Will Bar Better At Belllai't" Patroness - Mrs. Robert Miller, 940 Taylor Taylor Avenue, who is a patroness for the dance to be held tonight tonight in the Seranton Club in honor of the visiting Mask and Wig players from University of Pennsylvania, who will present their current show Drums Fortissimo at Masonic Temple earlier in the evening. Cronky, Robert Davles, Arthur Gra nite and John James. 0 0 0 0 Mis& Maude Loean. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Logan, Prospect Avenue, and George Ketz, Prospect Avenue were married Monday in the Jackson Street Baptist Church. The Rev. B. L. C. Baer performed tne ceremony. Miss Loean was attractively attired In a nile green swagger ensemble, with white accessories, and wore a shoulder corsaee of gardenias. Her maid of honor, Miss Catherine Zita Logan, a sister, wore a royal blue swagger ensemble, ensemble, with gray accessories. Her flowers 'were roses. Attending the bridegroom was his brother, Chester Ketz, best man. A weddingr surroer followed the cere - mnnv At the Mallow - Sterling Hotel, Wilkes - Barre, following which the couple left for New York. They will reside to South Seranton when they return. 0 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Snyder, Wyom ing Avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Grace, and Theodore A. Brunner, son of Mr. and .Mrs. O. A. Brunner. Webster Avenue, win - more, which took place on April 27 in the Dunmore Presbyterian Church Manse, the Rev. E. A. Downey offi ciating. 0 0 0 Mrs. h. B Dunning. Chinchilla, en tertained recently at a bridge luncheon and shower for Miss Dorothy Hlne, bride - elect. Those present were: Misses Dorothy Hine. Gladys Patter son, Kathleen Hope, Elizabeth Gabriel, Mesdames Hiram Richards. G. B. Cow - lee, Fred Hodgson, Allan Laurie, Ralph Travis, Leonard Frazier, Earle Ben - gert, H. M. Galloway, Joseph G. Hodg - n. ' 0 0 0 Annette Chapter, No. 10, O. E. S.. will entertain at a card party Saturday night in G. A. R. Hall. Bridge, pinochle pinochle and dominoes will be played and prizes will be awarded. 0 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Burger, Taylor Avenue, celebrated their fortieth fortieth wedding anniversary yesterday. They were married April 30, 1895, at St. Mary's German Catholic Church by the late Monsignor Peter Christ. There were six daughters, five of whom are living: Mrs. R. S. Cummlngs, Mrs. William E. Owens, Mrs. K. Henopp, Theresa and Marion Burger, New York; three grandchildren, Richard and Robert Cummlngs, Seranton, and Betty Burger, New York. Mr. Burger Is sexton of the Im maculate Conception Chapel. Mr. and HEW 25 SIZE Ask ywar drugpet LrdialL Pinkham's Tablets re lieve periodic pains and discom forts with their accompanying backaches, headaches and blue spells. They act as a uterine sedative, sedative, antispasmodic and tonic Chocolate coated. Easy to tab. Inexpensive and effective. Your Fine Ruga MENDING Mrs. Burger received congratulation from their host of friends. They art) spending ten days in New York with daughters, Theresa and Marion, and granddaughter, Betty. 0 0 0 Mrs. C. B. Levering, 2138 North Washington Avenue, will open her home the night of May 9 for a reading by Mrs. Salo Friedewald under the auspices of the Penn State Alumni Student's Loan Fund. Miss Ruth Jenkins Jenkins is chairman of arrangements, ooo Mrs'. Richard P. Hamilton, Olive Street, entertained members of the executive executive board of the Lackawanna County Federation of Women's Clubs at tea yesterday afternoon at her home. Sweet peas and delphinium were used on the tea table at which Mrs. Frank Shannon, Carbondale. Itfounty president, poured. Present were: juesaamea ouuucy oimui, n. s. a.t, D. E. Carpenter, Harold Wooster, V. H. Crlsman, Ralph Ward, Walter Parker, Frank Brady, W. D. Stowe. U. P. Horger, Q. J. Hensel, Louis Milkman, Milkman, Handle and Shannon. 0 0 0 The Y's Mennettes will meet Friday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Salo Friedwald will read "The House Divided" by Pearl Buck. Tea will be served. The public is invited. invited. Mrs. Ralph Davles Is chairman chairman of the arrangements, Mrs. Louis Vital Is in charge of the refreshments and Mrs. M. H. Harris is in charge of the tickets. ooo I Reservations for the Jubilee card party to be held at the Century Club tomorrow may still be mad at the clubhouse. Players are asked to bring their own cards, pencils, and tallies unless playing duplicate bridge. The committee requests all returns on ucicete Be made at the party. 0 0 0 Mrs. Salo Friedewald will read "Cristillnda" tomorrow nieht at the Catholic women's Club at 8 o'clock. Proceeds will be added to the mission mission fund for the Rev. Josenh A. Hunt, Maryknoll Missionary. The public Is invited. Misses Helen Mc - Andrew and Catherine Gallagher are in cnarge or arrangements. x ooo The members of St. Patricks Church, Nicholson, of which the Rev. John P. Kelley is pastor, will conduct conduct their Spring card party and dance in the Nicholson High School Auditorium Friday night. A number of valuable prizes have been obtained and will be awarded together with a prize for each table. Mrs. P. J. Cul - lather is chairman of the party and is being assisted by an enthusiastic committee. AIT the different card games will be played. Playing will start at 8:15 o'clock in order to have ample time for the dancing. 0 0 0 Past noble grands of Waneta Re - bekah Lodge, No. 23, will conduct a earn party at the home of Mrs. Frank Sweet, 239 Wheeler Avenue, Thurs day evening at 8 o'clock. Bride. pinochle and dominoes will be. played. prizes wm oe awarded and refresh ments will be served. The public is invited. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Annie Ackey, 1502 Madison Avenue, cnairman of the affair. 0 0 0 Employes of the Anthracite Nv Company and their friends held their annual dinner - dance last night at the Mountain View Inn. Moscow. nmuM Williams was the toastmaster and Miss Elsie Oliver was general chair man. 0 0 0 Alumni day will be observed at West Chester state Teachers' College on May 25. In the morning there will be registration and an Informal re ception. The chief address will be delivered by Dr. Francis H. Green, a member of the class of '82. , 0 0 0 Misses Mary Brogan. Theresa Man - ley, Alice Murray and Mrs. Josenh Elden will be the hostesses at the Marywood College Alumnae luncheon Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock in Hotel Hotel Casey. Plans will be discussed for the spring formal. Miss Dorothy Gol - aen wiu preside. 0 0 0 The Junior Guild of Holv Rnsarv Church last night completed plans for tne annual spring dance to be held in the Seranton Country Club. June i The following were elected to super vise tne aiiair: chairman. Margaret Baskerviile; secretary, Rite Walsh: music, Helen Sweeney; reception, Mary Hogan; door, Helen Horan, and publicity, publicity, Lucille Jennings. JrIiS i iin IN l ripm nit .11" I" sjaaaW flMttffiWff - tA aaMaaaWaarSiWrVMl tc0M - mi &f - - 4 - 1 - - nT )Malak aaBaMiiiBiaf , kaHMHVMlMIHirtMM JT''''' WtaV of new Spring tful $3.00 styles.. fl Lry I 'OQUAIL Jh ENDICOTTJOHNSON'S HYDE PARK 20S N. Main Ave. PITTSTON Active in Arcanging "WW'. at r x 1 r7 At'. 1 W.) The annual benefit for the Passion ist Nuns Convent debt fund will be held tonight in the form of a card party in the Col. L. A. Watres Armory with Mrs. P. J. Heston in charge of arrangements. Included in the picture above are some members of the committee as follows: follows: Publicity, Mrs. John Cuff; cards and tallies, Mrs. Arthur Lunney; special special prizes, Miss Mary Moore; nonplay - ers' prizes, Mrs. M. E. Ford; table prizes, Mrs; George Mackreth; tickets, Mrs. John McGlone; tables, Miss Alice Dempsey; refreshments, Mrs. Patrick O'Hearn; door, Mrs. Thomas Dempsey and Mrs. Frank Feeney; secretary, Mrs. John Powderly. Five hundred beautiful and valuable prizes will be awarded to the players Including a hope chest filled with linens which is the work of Mrs. Ar - ' Class to Graduate At Mercy Hospital Sixteenth Annual Exercises to Be Tonight in Nurses Auditorium The ' sixteenth annual commencement commencement exercises of the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing will be held this evening at 8:30 o'clock in the auditorium auditorium of the Nurses'' Residence. The members of the graduating class are: Alice Catherine Barrett, Alice Marie Barrett, Elizabeth Teresa Bren - nan, Charlotte Elizabeth Bitting, Mary Louise Dempsey, Eleanor Cecilia Denk, Marguerite Ann Dolan, Florence Agnes Durkin, Rose Mary Falbo, Mary Cecilia Cecilia Hopkins, Mary Frances Harrington, Harrington, Grace Kenney McDonnell, An - tonette Louise Manze, Bernadette Ann O'Rourke, Anne Loretta TouhiU, Mary Rita Wilson. The program follows: Processional. "Aida" Grand March, Verdi, orchestra; overture, "Vlllanelle." Chrlstiaan Krlens, orchestra: Introduction to Evening Exercises, Dr. M. J. Noone; vocal selection, "Mother in Ireland." Grlf - fln - Kahn - Lyman, Martin P. Hopkins; Presentation of the Graduates, Dr. Noone; Conferring of Diplomas, the Rev. Joseph J. Nallin; vocal selection, "Sweet and Low," Alfred Tennyson, Student Nurses' Glee Club; Address to the Graduates, the Very Rev. Monsignor J. J. Vaughan; selection, selection, "The Rose of Tralee," Spencer - Glooer, Martin P. Hopkins; Charge to the Graduates, the Rer. Father Nallin; selec nai . . . LET US RELINE YOUR SPRING COAT . WITH CREPE ALL DOLLAR DRY Just Phone 5231 SCRANTON 126 WYOMING AVE. WILKESBARRE OLYPHANT Card Party for Passionist Nuns Tonight 1 - 4 V: thur Lunney and her committee. Door prizes valued at $1,000 include a refrigerator, refrigerator, floor lamps and a lounging chair. Players are requested to bring their own cards. The Seranton Transit Company will furnish special busses and trolley cars. There will be dancing dancing from 11 to 1 o'clock. Mrs. John F. Bonner and Mrs. Anna Stone are in charge of the special special sections for the contract bridge players. The Rev. Father Charles, C P.. honorary honorary chairman, assisted by the Rev. Father Arthur, C. P., were in charge of the final meeting of the men's committee committee last night. This committee includes: includes: Floor, John T. Barber, chairman; chairman; Frank Feeney, John Cuff, MU chael Ford, Paul Stuckart, William Schalk, Joseph McMurray, Thomas Folan, William Quinn, John Harrison, tion, "Come to the Pair." Belen Taylor, Student Nurses' Glee Clue; recessional, "Comrades All," H. W. Hughes, orchestra. The Seranton Council of Jewish Women will present Paul Raskin, prominent Hebrew artist who will dis play his paintings at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday afternoon from 2 to 11 o'clock. He will also lecture on "The Jewish Point of View in Art." Mrs. Monroe Brandwene will be in charge of arrangements. arrangements. At a recent meeting of the Beta Chapter, Phi Nu Sigma Sorority, the following officers were elected; Noble Archamess, Belle Levlne; worthy scribe, Beulah Berman, and trusty bursar, Helen Alexander, The Women's Auxiliary of the Seranton . Liederkranz will meet tomorrow tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in Casino Hall. Mrs. Ernest Softley will preside and cards will follow the business session. Women of the Moose, No. 361, met recently at the home of Sue Boyle. Lafayette Street, with the regent, Elizabeth Mitchell presiding. Mrs. Margaret Thomas was named to the press committee. Plans were made for the ensuing year, and a social hour followed the business session. Miss Victoria Muskaloon, Peckville: Miss Elizabeth Gilligan, East Drinker Street, and Miss Jean Phillips, West ALL - SILK LINING . . $4.50 PLAIN GARMENTS I a r CLEANED AND PRESSED 95c CLEANERS PROVIDENCE 1908 N. Main Ave. CARBONDALE mill "A y "fHm Thomas Vanstonr Joseph Vans ton, James Barrett, Martin McGurrin, Gene O'Boyle, James Sweeney. Door, Frank Gilday, John McGlone, William Dempsey, Attorney J. Mc - Glene. Ticket, Dr. P. L. Donahue, John J. Healey. Check Room, William 3. Brown, James Duffy. Reception, Thomas Quinn, James Taylor, William Taylor, Timothy Han - non, Dr. P. J. Heston, John Hoban. Thomas Dempsey, Gerald Macreth, Michael Caughan, Mark Bernstein, Dr. Martin F. Boland, John F. Buckley. Attorney Frank Walsh, William J. Dooley, John J. Burke, Frank McHale, James Moore, Carl Sullivan, John F. Shaughnessy, Robert Riley, James T. Hanlon, Dr. J. J. Sullivan, Eugene D. Casey. Locust Street, this city, have been chosen members of the Student Government Government Association at Blcomsburg State Teachers' College. The Woman's Missionary Society of Westminster Church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. S. Weston, Monroe Avenue. Mrs. J. H. Oliver will lead devotions and reports of the Presbyterial meeting will be given by the delegates. Albert Fenn, a young Chinese Christian, who is taking a course at Lafayette College to prepare himself for the ministry in China, will speak. Tea will be served. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Dental Society will meet Tuesday afternoon, next, at 2:30 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce. Hair Blemishes permanently removed learlnf akin oft and mooth. Emily Ross . Electroloflat New T.rk, 509 Ktta Ave., Phone Vanderbllt S - S19I Seranton, 416 Select Bulldinf Phone 4 - S61S or 2 - 13SS 1 1 H, Many rlousewtves nave With BLUE RIBBON SPONGE CAKE j ' - You'll appreciate thii difference t toe, when you malce it with fresh oerrief and Blue Rihhon Sponge Calce. Nine Different Sizes ( W I! FRESH AT YOUR GROCER'S Habit of Religion Conferred on 28 LSolemn and Impressive Cere monies Held at Marywood College With solemn and impressive ceremonies ceremonies twenty - eight young women received received the habit of religion and twenty - one novices made their final profession at Marywood College yesterday yesterday morning. A solemn high mass was celebrated with the Rev. John Gerard McMena min, C. P., as celebrant; the Rev. J. J. McCabe, LL. D., deacon, and the Rev, John F. McOowan, subdeacon, the Rev. Joseph A. 'Griffin, Ph. D., and the Rev. Henry Klonowski, S. T. D., were masters of ceremonies. Monsignor Monsignor W. A. Gorman presided over the ceremonies of reception and pro fession. Chaplains to the Monsig nor were: the Rev. Francis Loughran and the Rev. John E. Lynott. The Rev. Cletus Mulloy, C. P., preached an inspiring and eloquest sermon. At the close of the mass the im pressive ceremony of reception took place, after which the young brides left the chapel and returned wearing the blue habit of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. With great solemnity the ceremony of profession profession then took place, during which the white veils of the novices were exchanged for the black ones, symbol lzlng their final oblation in the serv ice of God. Clergy present at the . ceremony were: Monsignor H. C. McDowell, Syracuse, N. Y.; Monsignor P. J. Boland, Pittston; Monsignor Miliau skas, Duryea; the Very Rev. Stanislaus Woywod, - O. F. M.; Monslgnore W, A. Gorman, Carbondale; Monsignor W. P. Kealy, Olyphant; the Rev. C. Murphy, T. O. R., Altoona; the Rev. Anthony, O. S. B., Elizabeth, N. J.; the Rev, Alfred Duffy, C. P., the Rev. T. J. McHugh, Seranton; the Rev. Patrick O'Shea, O. S. A., the Rev. J. J. McGuckin, Towanda; the Rev F. J. Loughran, Upper Marlboro; the Rev. John J. Lynott, Wilkes - Barre; the Rev. John J. Holland, Sy - osset, Long Island; the Rev. Charles J. Canivan, Oyster Bay, Long Island; the Rev. J. P. Walsh, Dunmore; the Rev, Joseph McOowan, Brooklyn, N. Y.; the Rev. J. J Hefferan, Ashley; the Rev. M. J. Quinn, Carbondale; the Rev. John O'Neill, Troy, Pa.; the Rev. Philip O'Donnell, Renovo; the Rev. James O'Hara, Seranton; the Rev. M. J. Loftus, Seranton; the Rev. Harold FOB THE BRIDE AND BIB ATTENDANTS GOWNS and VEILS (Moderatelj . Prleea) MARY LILLIAN DRESS SHOP 41 SPBDCE ST. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HAIR 6nr Years of Experience As a Permanent Wave Specialist Assure You of a Wave That Is Lasting and Beautiful. $5.00 lT SOPHIE DAWSON DAVIDOW BLDG. Corner Spruce and Wyoming PHONE 6875 Learned To Malce jtrawberry Shortcakes Durkin, Seranton; the Rev. Charles Carroll, Seranton and the Rev. Arthur Arthur McAndrew. Receiving the habit . of - religion were the following: Sister M. Paula, Sister M. Grata, Sister M. Aloisa, Sister Sister ,M. Consllia, Sister M. Dofaelda, Sister M. Eliaabetta, .Sister M. Ed - war dine, sister M. Virglnae, Slater M. Yolanda, Slater M. Angela, Sister M. Joyce, Sister M. Gerardus, Sister M. Joanella, Sister M. Vlrglllus, Sister M. M. Anella, Sister M. Wilma, Sister M. Florette, Sister M. Cicily, Sister M. Elsabet, Sister M. Edmunda, Sister M. Jogues, Sister M. Juliette, Sister M. Alison, Sister M. Gracla, Sister M. Faith, Sister M. Edgar, Sister M. La - Salette, and Sister M. Aquin. . . The twenty - one novices who mad their final profession Included: Sister M. Hostia, Sister M. . Rosamund, Sister M. Adelaide; Sister M. Doretta, sister M. Sheila, Sister M. Katrlna, Sister M. Annabel, Sister M. Grace, Sister M. Benedict, Sister M. Florence, Sister M. Ignatius, Sister M. Susan, Sister M. Concetta, Sister M. Joycelin, Sister M. Henrita, Sister Sister M. Agnella, Sister M. Elissa, Sister Sister M. Bernadine, Sister M. Maria, Sister M. Juan, Sister M. Jose. Delta Rho Fraternity Plans Dance May 28 ' The Delta Rho Fraternity will con duct its Spring affair known as "Collegiate "Collegiate capers" Tuesday night. May 28, in the Elks Club Ballroom. A, Towy Channing and Edward Sander cock are cochalrmen of the affair. mm IN PERSON! 3 Days Starting TOMORROW No Advance in Prices!