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THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1935 SOCIETY, CLUB NEWS AND OTHER CONCERNS FOR WOMEN Home Economics Department Of Marywood l Annual Affair to Be Held in October 25. Miss Marie Boyle Is Chairman Of Arrangements The Home Economics Department and the St. Elizabeth Guild of Marywood College will entertain at their annual card party and dance in O'Reilly Hall on the evening of Oct. 25. Miss Marie Boyle, president of the guild, is general chairman of the dance commitee, and Miss Margaret Fogarty has been named cochairman. Assisting committees follow: Ticket: Iva Smith, Anne Clark,' " Margaret Healey, Mary Hickey, Vivian ' Tolan, Elizabeth Scott, Eileen OToole, Marguerite Walsh, Prances Klimek, ' Grace Brennan, Mary Finnerty, Alice O'Connor, Mary McGroarty, Rosemary Gallagher, Elizabeth Berry, Helen Chehansky, Grace Hauser, Catherine Martin, Mary McDonald, Catherine McIIale, Irene Ortynsky, Gladys Har - vetin, Mary Clair Allen, Marguerite " Kelly. Reception: Mary Rooney, Eli2abath , Scott, Eileen O'Toole, Margaret Hea - l ley, Prances Linnen, Phoebe Llewellyn, , Ruth Calahan, Theresa Conlon, Elva Artley, Grace Brennan, Korcla Lee, ; Elizabeth Rhys, Jean Curran. , Floor: Gnevieve Murphy, Ernestine Cantafio, Marion Scanlon, Magdalen ' Weiss, Matilda McIIale, Helen Yanek, Irene Pinko, Elizabeth Costello, Louise . Erosmer, Marion Cortez. Refreshments; Margaret Colwell, ; Marguerite Ward, Nancy O'Hora, An - , namae Kennedy, Mary Skovira, Cath - erine McDade, Anil Ruddy, Ruth Men - v ton, Eileen McGraw, Mary Jane Cu - misky, Dorothy Tice, Marion McEl - wee, Margaret Kesslak, Esther Hill, ' Jean Curran, Diana Notariannl. s Prize: Margaret 'Watkins, Teresa ..Conlon, Ruth Miller, Florence Miller, Sylvia Berg, Eileen McGraw, Matilda McHale, Marguerite Ward, Frances Weirsching, Alice O'Connor, Elizabeth Jenkins. Music: Frances Linnen, Eileen McGraw, Jeanne Brandt, Ethel Jarman, Catherine Scanlon. Publicity: Sophia Podgorski, Louise . Moylan, Ruth Mary Menton, Elizabeth , O'Connor, Elizabeth Rhys. ; Checkroom: Magdalen Weiss, Eliza - , beth O'Hara, Jane Driscoll, Helen Yanek, Margaret Winship, Elizabeth Barry. Cards and tallies: Mary Donohue, , Catherine Martin, Celia Ruane, Marion scanlon, Elizabeth Mickiewicz, ' Louise Beischer, Annette Buzo. Decorations: Phoebe Llewellyn, Rita Baldwin, Frances Weirsching, Pauline Smarsh, Ligia Colcn, Ada Milan, Ruth Bauman. o o o Dougherty - Rafferty The marriage of Miss Clair Rafferty, . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Raf - ' ferty. Poplar Street, and Clement Dougherty, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dougherty, Wheeler Avenue, was solemnized yesterday morning in St. 1 John's R. C. Church, Pittston, the .' Rev. A. G. Rafferty, a brother o: the bride, officiating. ; The bride was attractive in a wool , ensemble in grape Juice shade, modeled with fingertip length coat having a conar or cream snade wolf fur. Her .. accessories matched, and she wore a corsage of purple and brown orchids. miss Kose itairerty. a sister, was her maid of honor. She was attrac tively attired in an oatmeal shade tweed suit, fashioned with fwagger length coat having a collar of lynx fur. Her accessories were in ever green shade, and she wore a shoul der corsage of talisman roses. Attending Mr. Dougherty was Ger ard Purcell, this city, as best man. A wedding breakfast for the bridal party followed the ceremony at Hotel Casey, after which Mr. Dougherty took his bride on a motor trip through Canada. Upon their return they will reside in Syracuse, N. Y., where Mr, Dougherty holds an important position with the Acme Fuel Company. He was graduated from Centra! High School, Mercersburg Academy and at tended Wharton School of Finance. Mrs. Dougherty, who is a popular member of the younger social set, is a graduate of Marywood Seminary and also attended Marywood College. 0 0 0 The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Mat' thews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos eph Matthews, Prospect Avenue, and William Kraemer, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kraemer, Ash Street, will take place at 7 o'clock tonight in Im - manuel Baptist Church. Miss Eva Kraemer and Joseph Matthews Jr. will be the attendants. After a reception at the home of the bridegroom - elect the couple will leave for a wedding trip to Washington, D. C., and upon their return will reside at 516 Ash Street. O 0 0 Misses Marion and Ruth Weir and Mrs. Frank Philbin, New Street, entertained last night at a kitchen shower at the home of the former, in honor of Miss Eleanor Beffman, a bride - elect. 0 0 0 Mrs. Mary E. Shrive, Newark, N. J., a former resident of this city, announces the engagement of her daughter, Irene, and John W. Witheris, Montclair, N. J. Miss Shrive is a graduate nurse of the West Side Hospital, this city, and is now a member of the staff of the Mountainside Hespital, Glen Ridge, N. J. Mr. Withers is a forester, the son of John Thomas Withers, noted tree expert of Teaneck and West Englewcod, N. J. 0 0 0 Plans are completed for the card party to be held Monday night in Eagles' clubrocms by the Ladies' Auxiliary Drill Team, F. 0. E., No. 314. Bessie Griffiths is chairman of arrangements, assisted by Alodia Ul - mer, Amanda Warrick, Alice Healey, Spencer PHONE 9676 ORSET f ERE 542 PRESCOTT AVENUE Muted in the Yellow Section of Telephone Book Under "CorieU." FOR THE BRIDE AND HER ATTENDANTS GOWNS and VEILS (Moderately Priced) , MARY LILLIAN DRESS SHOP 410 SPRUCE STREET Plans Fall Dance O'Reilly Hall on Evening of ; . , . Lhoruses Lhosen For League Play "Girl From Denver" to Be Given Oct. 13 in Capitol Theater Choruses or "The Girl From Denver," a musical show to be presented by the Catholic Junior League Sunday afternoon and evening, October 13, at the Capitol Theater, have been selected JERRY CULKIN and are being trained by a dancing instructor connected with the National Producers Company, which is pro ducing the play. The opening chorus, in which brief resume of the play is set forth, will be presented by the following young ladies: The Misses Alice Hughes, Betty McCarthy, Dorothy Kenney, Angela Burke, Loretta Fitzsimmons, Kathryn Gillern, Peggy McCarthy, Alice Kerrigan, Kathryn Joyce, Rita Mangan, Florence Altier, Mary Loftus, Kathryn McHugh, Ullaine Collins, Josephine Hinton, Kathryn McCarthy, Joan Doud and Kathryn McDonough, A specialty number,' "The Clock Dance," will be presented by twenty - four young ladies, "One for every hour of the day," as follows: The Misses Alice Kerrigan, Kathryn McCarthy, Kathryn Joyce, Rita Mangan, Loretta Fitzsimmons, Kathryn Gillern, Peggy McCarthy, Dorothy Kenney, Betty McCarthy, Angela Burke, Gerevieve Kearney, Kathryn McDonough, Joan Doud, Ullaine Collins, Charlotte Nallin, Ruth McDonough, Florence Altier, Marie Powell, Doris Flanigan, Alice Moriarity, Alice Hughes. Kathryn Mc Hugh, Jane Reilly, Evelyn Gillern. The leading roles, the parts of Don aid Richards and Alice Austen, will be taken by Miss Helen Schreiber and Jerry Culkin. Pauline Ulmer, Johanna Bennett, Lottie Schultz, Jean Sherman and Alice Gemmell. 0 0 0 Mrs. George Burke was guest of honor at a surprise shower helc re cently at the home of her parents, by the Wide Awake Circle, Protected Home Circle. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Borthwick, Mr. and Mrs, William Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis, Mrs. Margaret Seeley, Mrs. Anna Franks, Mrs. Loretta Davis, Mrs. Liza Morgans, Mrs. Bert Lloyd, Edith Lloyd, Mrs. Betty Roberts, Mrs. Dora Good, Mrs. Dan Schoonover, Mrs. Ben Jeffreys, Mrs. Minnie Lord, Mrs. Louise Jones, and Reese Jenkins. 0 0 0 Mrs. Margaret Sutton, 719 North Lincoln Avenue, will open her home Thursday night, October 17, at 8 o'clock, for a card party under the auspices of Annette Chapter, No. 10. O. E. S. Dominoes and bingo will also be played, and prizes will be awarded. 0 0 0 A surprise party was given recently in honor of Mrs. Sara Griffiths, at her home at Lake Winola, the occasion having been her seventy - sixth birthday anniversary. Members of No. 4 Class of the North Main Avenue Baptist Church, were hostesses. Present were: Mesdames Francis Jones, Jennie Baker, Jane Evans, William Phillips, Have Your Furs Repaired Now Before Cold Weather Actually Begins! Allow time for careful, unhurried, perfect workmanship. Send YOUR fur coat to Zimmerman's for a quality job by a furrier. . JUST MADE! Some beautiful new fur coats designed and made right here in Scranton, by ZIMMERMAN'S FUR SHOP 411 Spruce St. William Birtley, John Phillips, Jos eps Williams, Jennie Kenney, George Davis, William Davis, William Morris, Morgan Morgan, Helen Capwell, Esther Williams, C. Heckman, Elizabeth Owens, Emma Wilburn, C. Dunlevy, Elizabeth Thomas, William Dasworth, Hanna Birtley, David Price, this city; Mrs. Henry Evans, Chinchilla; Mrs. John Matteson and Mrs. William Price, Lake Winola. ooo Mrs. Virgie Koch, 225 Ash Street, will open her home Saturday night for a public card party to be con ducted by the Sons of Veterans Aux iliary. 0 0 0' Mrs. Eldon p. Richards, Pine Street, entertained twelve members of her club at luncheen and bridge yesterday afternoon at home. 0 0 0 Mrs. William Bissell entertained her club at luncheon and bridge yesterday afternoon in her home in CI arks Sum mit. There were eight guests. 0 0 0 Mrs. Thomas E. Gerrity and Mrs. Francis P. Gerrity, Van Buren Avenue, recently entertained at a bridge shower at home, honoring Mrs. Manus F. Gallagher, a recent bride. The gueste numbered twenty. 0 0 0 The young peoples' department of Westminster . Church will hold friendship party tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the church house, with Miss Catherine Welst in charge. 0 0 0 Plans are completed for the benefit dance to be held October 14 !n P. O. S. of A. Hall by the Buckwood A. C. Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock. Chair - men of arrangements include: eeneral. Jack Neary; floor. Jack Wetter; pub licity, Joseph Mclntyre; refreshments, wunam simone; tickets, Joseph Coyle; program, Francis Brower. The com mittee will meet Sunday night at 9:30 O'CIOCK. ooo Mrs. N. J. Ooates' Bible Class, Christ Presbyterian ChurVi, held a musicale and tea recently in the church parlors. Mrs. Fred Sobeck via chairman of ar rangements, for the affair, which was for the benefit of thi church coal fund. Those participating; in the program were: Miss Hattie Troupe, Thomas James, Laura Jean Davis, Edith James, jean civiietti, Eleanor Motzenbacker, Jackie Coates. Mrs. Coates presided at the tea table, and was assisted in serv ing by Mrs. Fred Sobeck, Mildred Gardner, Helen Harris, Ruth Griffiths, Agnes Kalmars and Evelyn West. 0 0 0 The reading and tea to be held in the Holy Rosary School Auditorium on Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock marks the opening of the Fall and Winter season of the Junior Guild of Holy Rosary parish. Plans have been completed for the affair. Miss Lenore Philbin will read "The Maitlands," and there has been a musical program arranged including vocal solos by Misses Romaine Reilly, Mary O'Hearn, Margaret Fedor and Florence Gerrity. Piano selections by Mary Campbell and Marjorie Hinton. Miss Margaret Rafferty, president of the guild, is general chairman; Miss Winifred Lynch, chairman of arrange ments; Miss Helen Sweeney, chairman of entertainment; Miss Madeline Mur - taugh, chairman of refreshments; Miss Nora Cavanaugh, chairman of door committee and Miss Mary Devaney, chairman of publicity. 0 0 0 Plans are being made for the an nual card party of the Woman's Auxil iary and Local No. 101, National Federation of Postoffice Clerks, to be held in Hotel Jermyn, Thursday night, October 17, at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs. Vincent McGoldriok is chairman of arrangements, and is being assisted by the following committees: Table prizes, Mrs. John Hannon, chairman; Mrs. Thomas E. McCann, Mrs. Edward Setzer; special prizes, Mrs. Norbert Keating, chairman; Mrs. Calvin Jones, Mrs. Rollin Williams, Miss Josephine Keating; tickets, Mrs. Ernest Erickson, chairman; Mrs. James Crozier, Michael Phillips, James Ruddy, Edward Setzer; card and tallies, Mrs. Thomas Nicholas, chairman; Mrs. Joseph Walsh, .Mrs. Joseph Kennedy, Mrs. Eugene Black - well, Mrs. John Cawley, Mrs. Frank O'Malley; reception, Mrs. Calvin Jones, chairman; Mrs. Morgan Davis, Mrs. James McGoldriok, Mrs. Elias Pollock, Mrs. Harry Jones; tables and chairs, Abram Thomas, chairman; Ernest Erickson, Gerard Nicolsis; floor com mittee, Edward Setzer, chairman; John Hannon, Eugene Blackwell, John Cal Jones; door, Thomas E. McCann, chairman; John Cawley, Allan Sweet, Vincent McGoldrick, Rollin Williams. The members of these committees are requested to attend a meeting at the Hotel Jermyn this evening at 8 .'clock. ooo The ways and means committee of the Welsh Woman's Society of Lack awanna County entertained last night at the home of Mrs. Sadie Davis Reese, Washburn Street, in honor of I Specials for I the Week - End Fresh, Pure, Honjdt, Fork I Sausage lb. 45 I Our Own Mk I Old - Fsbloned, Lthlgh County I Scrapple lb. 20C I Spicy Tuty In tef of Lamb lb. 35C Prime Ribt Beefi lb. 38C (Large End) Large. Fancy Fowl . lb. 35C HARRY D. MOORE "Good Meats" 313 N. WASH. AVE. DIAL 4 - 6166 On Committee LOUISE MOYLAN Plans for the harvest dance which win be held by the Roger Bacon Chemical Society of Marywood College at the Century Club on the . evening of October 11, are rapidly progressing. Miss Mary Opal Johnson, president of the society is the general chairman of the affair. Miss Johnson's cochairman is Miss Marie Boyle. They are being assisted in their arrangements for the dance by the following committee - chairmen: tickets and programs, Miss Margaret Bell, and Miss Florence Grablick; Miss Louise Moylan, decorations; Miss Mary Rooney the selection of an orchestra. The checkroom committee is headed by Miss Mary Ferguson and the Misses Theresa Conlon and Eleanor Perse are cochair - men of the floor committee. Music will be furnished by a popular dance orchestra. Mrs. David Jenkins, retiring cnair - man of the commiittee. Present were: Mrs. David Jenkins, Mrs. John D, Hughes, Mrs. Osborne Richards, Mrs Elizabeth Williams, Mrs. , Anna wards, Mrs. Leonard. Davis, Mrs. Da vid Edwards, Mrs. Harry Schoen, Mrs. Cadivor Jones, Mrs. Stanley Evans, Mrs. Chris Robertson, Mrs. Griffiths, Mrs. David U. : Reese, Catherine Phillips. Mrs. Margaret Williams, . Mrs. Ruth Williams, Mrs. William Anthony, Mrs. Albert Snyder, Mrs. Charles Mirtz, Mrs. Philip Thomas, Mrs. How ard Davies, Anne Griffiths, Mrs. E. E. Jones, Elizabeth Davis, Alice Charters Florence Davis, May Swartz, Jennie Davis, Mrs. Ernest Duel, Vermont, ooo Plans are completed for the weiner roast to be held at Maplewood by the W. O. W. Sorority on Saturday night. ooo Ladies' Auxiliary to Melita O - m - mandery, No. 68, Knights Templar, will entertain at a card party on Fri day night, October 25, in the Scranton residence, Ridge Row. ooo ; Plans for the mens' and women's golf dinners at Elmhurst Country Club to be held later this month, as well as preliminary arrangements for the annual Fall dance for club members and guests, were discussed at a meeting of the entertainment committee yesterday in the Chamber of 'Commerce. Leslie Cahoon presided. Ladies' Day will be observed b:day at the club with a blind bogey tournament. Mrs. Daniel Carpenter and Mrs. Willard Schultz will be captains for the day. Present at the meeting were: Mrs. R. F. Duck worth, Mrs. Leslie Cahoon. Mrs. .lav Law, George Haak, George F. Schauta. William D. Roberts, Frank Z. Jones and Leslie N. Cahoon O O 0 Mrs. Thomas L. Williams and Mrs. Sadie Reese were hostesses at a card party held recently at the latter's home, Washburn Street. The Community Chest play, depicting the work of the Day Nursery, was presented as a feature of the entertainment nroirrain There were forty guests. Walking Fish? Ye Chamber of Commerce Oct. 3 - 4 - S. Adv. The Conservatory of Music Building is located at Mulberry Street nd Madison Avenue. Office open from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. daily, except Sunday. Evenings by appointment. Telephone 2 - 1546. Lessons In The Following Branches: PIANO from the child beginner upward) VOICE - CULTRE and SINGING VIOLIN (from the child beginner upward) ELOCUTION (from the child beginner upward) HAWAIIAN GUITAR (from the child beginner upward) SPANISH GUITAR and other stringed instruments PIANO - ACCORDION (from the child beginner upward) ORGAN, and complete courses in Harmony, Counterpoint, Composition and all requirements for GRADUATION in nationally known conservatories. PRIVATE LESSONS CLASS LESSONS SPECIALLY PREPARED TEACHERS FOR CHILDREN BEGINNERS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 2,481 Recitals and Concerts Given in the Charming Concert Hall Since the Founding in 1898. 100 or More Now Given Every Season, WEEKLY STUDENT RECITALS FACULTY RECITALS FOR INSPIRATION REGISTER NOW FOR THE SCHOOL JUST BEGINNING Hadassah Palestine Work Is Discussed Mrs. Rose Jacobson Speaks at First Luncheon Meeting of Local Group Mrs. Rose Jacobson. New York, a member of the National Hadassah. was guest speaker at the meeting of the Scranton Hadassah, held yesterday following a luncheon in Temple Israel. Mrs. Rabbi Arzt, president, presided, and introduced the speaker, who discussed the work that the Hadassah is accomplishing in providing funds for hospitals and universities in Palestine. Mrs. Monroe Brandwene was in charge of the program, and the guest soloist was Mrs. Carl Hosier, who was accompanied by Miss Ethel Ziert. During the business session, announcement was made of a cabaret dance to be given in Hotel Jermyn ballroom on October 22 by the local organization. Reports were heard as follows: Entertainment, Mrs. Millie Jurkowitz and Mrs. Helen Isaacs; fund raising, Mrs. Lillian Jacobs; sewing, Mrs. Edward Weiss and Mrs. Gerson penny luncheon, Mrs. Anthony Schiff; infant welfare, Mrs. S. Morris; uni versity hospital, Mrs. Fannie Kaplan national fund, Mrs. Harry Dickstein: Senior and Junior advisor, Mrs. Nat Levy; cultural. .Mrs. Bresch; publicity, Mrs. Joseph Leventhal. The decorations, which consisted of colorful Autumn leaves and huge clusters of purple grapes, were donated by Mrs. Morris Goodman and Mrs. Fannie Bassoff.' Mrs. Millie Jurkowitz was chairman, and Mrs. Helen Isaacs, co - chairman of the luncheon, which was attended by 225 women. Assisting them were Mesdames Rose Grass, Woloz, Benkim, Esther Winkler, Hannah Reisman, J, Freedman, Ray Greenfield, T. Weiss, William Hom, Eva Glaser, Lillian Jacobs. May Green, Ida Ellowltz. Ida Hollenberg, Blanche Gross, Sara Klein, Charles Lebowitz, Regina Freedman Belle Tannenbaum, Hilda Horowitz, Anna Steingart, Hattie Rosenfeld Esther Allen, Lena Grossinger, S. Tannenbaum, Birdie Grossinger, Hodin, Hannah Joseph, and Mrs. Joseph Freedman. Last night, Mrs. Jacobson addressed the members of the Junior Hadassah at their meeting in 'the Y. M. H. A Mrs. Joseph Klein, president, presided The following members of the Gold Star Mothers' Chapter are attending the national convention in Washing ton, D. C: Mrs. Arvilla Stull, Mrs Mary Hall and daughter. Mrs. Agnes Hene and daughter, Mrs. Philopena Huse, Mrs. Maude Bushweiler. Mrs. Edward Conrad was hostess to the Flora Stelle Class, Immanuel Baptist Church, recently. Devotions were led by Mrs. W. D. Golightly, Mrs. Gertrude Major presided. A social hour followed the business ses sion. There were twenty - three mem bers present. . , ' Reservations for the luncheon to be held tomorrow at 12:15 o'clock in Elm Park Church by the Women of Elm Park, will close today, and may be made with the circle leaders. Mrs. Harold Sturdevant will be soloist for the luncheon program, and Miss Myrtle Waugh will lead the devotions. Woman's Auxiliary to the Lackawanna Co'inty Medical Society will hold a luncheon meeting on Tuesday at 1 o'clock in the Chamber of Com merce. Reservations will close on Monday and may be made with Mrs F. M. Ginley. Committee reports will be heard. The Rev. W. D. Golightly, the new pastor of the Immanuel Baptist Church, will be the speaker at the meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the Westminster Presbyterian Church at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. This will be the first meeting of the season, and will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Weaver, 3323 North Main Avenue. The worship service of the afternoon will be under the leadership of Mrs. A. D. Preston. During this service Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz will sing. It is hoped that there will be a large attendance at this opening meeting of the season. Those who desire transportation are asked to be at the church by 2:30 o'clock. The Cornell Woman's Club will meet Friday Light, October 11, at the home of Miss Mary Cochran, 120 Mary Street, Old Forge. ' Ladies' Auxiliary to Keystone Con sistory will meet on Monday night at o'clock m Masonic Temple, with Mrs. Robert Nicholas presiding. Mrs. S. H. Twining and Mrs. S. Russell The Scranton Conservatory Music PROFESSOR J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director Has put Scranton on the map musically, so that students are credited with all they have studied in this institution wherever they may choose to study later. Mrs. Dougherty Photo by Schrlever Mrs. Clement Dougherty, the former Miss Clair Rafferty. whose marriage took place yesterday. An account of the wedding appears in today's, society news. Moyer will be In charge of the social hour to follow the business session, The Ninth ward Democratic Women's Club will meet Friday night at 8 o clock in Hotel Casey. An in vitation is extended to the junior group. Mrs. John H. Burke will pre side. Mrs. M. J. Shields and Mrs. A. H Welles will be hostesses for the meet ing of Scranton Colony, National So ciety of New England Women, next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Century Club. The Women of St. Luke's Church will meet Friday afternoon in the par. ish house at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. L. G Barger will preside. Mrs. Willis Manville, 9 North Church Street, Carbondale, will be hostess for the meeting of Westmore land Chapter, United states Daughters of 1812, at her home on Saturday aft ernoon, October 12, at 2:30 o'clock, Miss Cora M. Decker will preside. The evecutlve committee of the Business and Professional Women Club, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce. Belle V. Clarke Tent, No. 16, Daugh ters of Union Veterans will meet to morrow night in Memorial Hall, with Mrs. Ethel Watson presiding. Plans are beinig completed for a card party to be held by the tent on Saturday night, October 12, with Mrs. Maude Twigg in charge. The public is in vited. Esanor Roosevelt Democratic Wo man's Club will meet tonight at o'clock in American Legion Hall. Mrs, Helen S. Fruehan, candidate for school director, will speak. A social hour will follow the business session. Ladies' Aid Society, St. John's Lu theran Church, will meet this after noon at 2:30 o'cock in the church, with Mrs. Charles Reese presiding and Mrs. Louise Kiefer, chairman of the hostess committee. The annual masquerade ball of the G. S. C. Juniors will be held in Wash ington Hall, Dunmore, Wednesday, October 23. Prizes will be awarded for the prettiest and funniest costumes, Miss Palma Sens! is chairman of ar rangements, and is being assisted by the following committee: Marguerite Dawson, Attilia Bonlni, Emma Cata - ronl, Yolanda Cataronl, Thomas La Russo, Alexander Sensi, Nicholas Ger ard Jr., and Robert Burke. Women of Elmhurst Country Club will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the clubhouse, to complete arrange ments for the annual women's golf dinner, to be held October 17. The Mothers' Club of the Boys' Club - Big Brothers Organization, will meet this afternoon ait 2:30 o'clock in the Boys' Club. A play entitled Girls Don't Matter," will be pre sented, and talks will be given by Mrs, George R. Taylor, president, and A. H. Fahrnger, managing director of the club. All mothers, whose sons belong 1 . Masonic Temple Scene of Cooking School Session Annual Event Sponsored by The Republican Will Sta Tuesday Night at 8 O'clock "Standing room only" 's already the prospect for the four sessions of The Scranton Republican's annual cooking school, following the announcement that it will open next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in Masonic Temple; Audi torium and will be conducted again this year by M ss Margaret King of the DeBoth Home Makers' Schools, who scored such a brilliant and popular success with it last year. Last year's crowded sessions promise tc be exceeded this year, judging by the inquiries, congratulations, and enthusiastic response already received by The Scranton Republican since the first story about the school appeared. Various neighborhood groups and clubs have already indicated they plan to attend almost in a body, and more than one woman reader has telsphoned to know whether she may bring her husband or her fiance. The answer to that is "yes." Margaret King says men make excellent cooks. The school will consist ot four busy and interesting sessions Tuesday evening at 8; Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 2 o'clock, and it is advisable to come early. The stage of Masonic Temple Auditorium is bi - inz made over into a model kitchpn and by a clever arrangement of lights ana spacing of equipment everyone in the audience will be able to see each move the lecturer will 'make. Even the color scheme has been carefully to the Boys' Club, are invited to attend. The drift of present day government will be discuss - jd at the meeting of the Leaijue of Women Voters this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce. . Girl Scouts wishing to join the mounted troop, are asked to attend a meeting tsmorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in headquarters. Miss Catherine Weist is captain of the troop, to which only registered scouts may belong. Joseph Swift, is a member of the committee arranging for the Techni cal High School Senior A dance to be held tomorrow night in the school gymnasium. Others on the committee are: Margaret Walsh, Miriam Ejan, Marion Leader, Dorothy Lawless, Alice May, Leslie Hatly, Walter Morgan, Robert Davis, John James, Arthur G.'anito and Jerry Hetterling. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan, 105 Broadway, announce the Bar Mitzva of their son, Morris, on Saturday morn ing at the B'Nai Israel Synagogue, South Washington Avenue. A reception will follow at the home. Mannish Sports Clothes New sports clothes are rather man nish. Jackets are extremely tailored with notched lapels, slashed pockets and fitted backs. Man tailored shirts to wear under them are set off by bow ties or bright ascots, tucked into the neckline. One especially nice sports suits for football games and Fall motoring includes a skirt with pleats fore and aft, a fitted, single - breasted Jacket, mannish shirt, bow tie, felt fedora, flat - heeled oxfords and pigskin gloves. I f'iHM 7 lp A Without the flicker of an eyelash, Larry Glenn walked into what seemed certain death to save another man's sweetheart. Larry wonbut read it all for yourself in the thrilling new serial, "The Golden Feather." It begins TOMORROW IN Auditorium to B studied, so that the background w throw everything on the stage in high relief, thus mak'ng each ite of food material stand out in its na ural colors and be easily seen. Adjacent to the kitchen will be model d'ninz room, set with a nerfeet appointed table, designed to give held nil hints to the hostess whether sr! prepares her own parties or h trained assistants to do it for her. n: played in both kitchen and dinW room will be a gleaming array of a the newest and latest in the way nome equpment. time - saving arl labcr - saving devices, apd up - to - th minute ideas in home making. "This year's program," says Mi Kin?, "has been arransed to nrove thi kitchen tasks can be made easier, moj certain of successful results, and done in shorter time. It will demoH strate also that a meal can be mad as gay and smart as a woman is terested in making it, and at the sanl time be scientifically correct. Ail chemist who carelessly tossed a litt of this and a litth of that toeeth would be apt to g;t an explosion bloJ in? him to kingdom come. The co: who tosses ingredients together is d ing the same thing to the family d gesUon, for the result is sure to t underdone, overdone, insipid, too ricj too heavy, and not nourishing." Baskets' of groceries, kitchen uteij sils, and other valuable eifts will given away daily, and articles cooke on the stage will be awarded to luck visitors to the school. A printed pre gram containing all the new redp win De given to each woman. Be sn to ask for it at the door and conl early. Miss King starts promptly 3d Fine RUSSIAN CARACUL COATS With Silver Fox or Self - Trimmed $337.50 Worth Much More Deposit Will Hold Coat Till Wanted ENDFIELD'S FUR SHOPPE SUITE 701 CONNELL BLDG.

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