8 THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1935 Diocesan Convention Opens Here Today Mary Hooley, National President, President, Will Attend Two - day Sessions The second annual convention of the Scranton Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will open this morning morning in Hotel Casey with Miss Mary S. Hooley, national president of the National National Council of Catholic Women, Women of Elm Park Hear Emery Nelson "Christian Youth Building in A New World" Is Subject Subject of Address L g - iff wz - yx r II ill Z fT - Washington, D. C, in attendance at the two days' sessions. Mary Norton, member of Congress, and Judge John Matthews, distinguished distinguished jurist, both of New Jersey, will be among the speakers, in addition addition to others of note. Delegates, representing the entire diocese, will attend the conference, which will begin at 9 o'clock this . morning in Hotel Casey. Miss M. Pauline Casey, president, will preside at all sessions and social affairs given to entertain the guests and delegates during their stay, and invites all women of the diocese to attend the sessions, and the men and women of the city to be guests of the council at the mass meeting tomorrow night in the Strand Theater. A luncheon will be held at 1 o'clock today in the Casey, with the Rev. Paul H. Furfey, Washington, delivering delivering the chief address. Officers will be elected at this afternoon's session, which will be followed by a banquet at Hotel Casey. Miss Hooley will be the principal speaker at the banquet, and an address will be made by Clare G. Fenerty, Philadelphia. A solemn highg mass will be celebrated celebrated tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock in St. Peter's Cathedral, to be followed followed by the president luncheon, and a tea at 3 o'clock at Marywood College. The convention will be brought to I a close with the mass meeting tomorrow tomorrow night in the Strand, at which time Miss Norton and Judge Matthews will speak. Mary E. Barnicle Will Address Club "Ballads in the Making" to Be Subject of Talk Tuesday Tuesday Afternoon Miss Mary E. Bamicle, traveller and collector of ballad lore, will speak at the opening meeting of the literature department of the Century Club, on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Her subject will be "Ballads in the Making." Miss Barnicle, who Is English Instructor Instructor at Washington Square College, College, New York University, has a scholarly knowledge of the background and orginis of ballads. Aunt Molly, a descendant of early English and Scotch settlers, who brought over to this country the vigorous and beautiful beautiful songs, which have been preserved in remote parts of the mountain regions regions of the South, will accompan;, MiJS Barnicle. Aunt Molly is a Hill Billy from Horse Creek, Ky., where she has lived all her life, until the past three years. Miss Barnicle will show how the ballads, which Aunt Molly will sing came into being. In addition to research research in the lore of the Kentucky mountain regions, Miss Barnicle spent the past Summer collecting Negro material at St. Simons Island, Ga., and in Florida, in addition to two months in the Bahama Islands. Mrs. Cole Price, chairman of the literature department, will preside, and will introduce the speaker. Recital Will Open Program of Juniors Hazel M. Turner and Joseph Fortuna to Give Program At Century Club Hazel M. Turner, pianist, and Joseph Joseph Fortuna, violinist, will give a recital recital on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Century Club, following the first luncheon meetng of the new club year for the Juniors. Miss Helen Fuller, Fuller, chairman of the Junioi music department, department, will be in charge. Both Miss Turner and Mr. Fortuna are graduates of the Eastman School ol Music, Rochester, N. Y., and are unusually accomplished artists. Miss Turner has played as soloist with the Rochester Civic Orchestra, while Mr. Fortuna served as solo!st with the Eastman School symphony Orchestra. Personals Miss Jean Amerman, Monroe Avenue, Avenue, has returned from Cincinnati. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewis, this city are in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Robinson ?refcott Avenue, are in Los Angeles. Mrs. Ralph W. Rymer, Jefferson Avenue, is spending several days in New York. Mrs. Rose Weiss has returned from New York, where she attended the ; Hairdresers' Show. Miss Frances Manzo, Jackson jtreet, has returned from New York. Miss Frances Caputo, South Main Avenue, has returned from New Ycrk Misses Clare Rafter, Meridian Avenue, Avenue, and Rose Murray, Luzerne Street, have returned from New York. Miss Ethel smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Smith, underwent an appendectomy operation in the Hahnemann Hospital recently. Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels, this city, are in New York. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Jennings, Arthur Avenue, are spending ten days motoring through the New England States and Canada. Mr and Mrs. S. M. Chapman, this city, are in New York for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Schultz, Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Pentecost, Miss Marion Williams and w. I. Pentecost, this city, will motor today to West Point to attend the Army - Harvard - game. Mrs. Pentecost and W. I. Pentecost will motor tomorrow to Grand Rapids, Mich., to attend the Chase - Ayers wedding. wedding. Miss Patricia Kennard, of New York City, formerly of Moscow, Idaho, wit! spend the week - end in this city as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bob Fitzke, 1530 Sanderson Avenue. in i mmmBmmmmmmmmmm mm nil i ii t vi I i i I ii 1 1 w - wmmmmmmm ;m - m I - hd I in immmmmmm ir Miss Katherine Scranton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Worthington Worthington Scranton, Dalton, who will become the bride of Dr, Hendrik Marinus Rozendaal, Rochester, Minn., at 8:30 o'clock tonight in St. Luke's Church. Miss Katherine Scranton to Wed Dr. Hendrik Rozendaal Tonight Ceremony to Be Performed at 8:30 O'clock in Luke's Church by the Rev. Dr. Kreitler; Reception Reception at "Marworth" Will Follow Miss Katherine Scranton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Worthlng - ton Scranton, Dalton, will become the bride of Dr. Hendrik Marinus Rozendaal, Rochester, Minn., son of Dr. J. T. L Rozendaal, Dezenter, Holland, at 8:30 o'clock tonight. in St. Luke's Church by the Rev. be followed by a reception at the in Dalton. Miss Scranton will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Edward Mayer, Dalton: as matron of honor, and will have the following bridesmaids: Miss Mae Humphries, Waverly; Mrs. Mortimer B. Fuller Jr., Dalton; Mrs. Robert Mes - simer. New York; Mrs. John Grant, Beadle Jr., Lake Forest, 111., and Mrs. F. G. Webster, Englewood, N. J. Dr. Rozendaal will have Dr. Charles W. Mayo, Rochester, Minn., as his best man, and the ushers will include: Wil Ham W. Scranton, Edward Mayer, Dalton; Dr. J. T. Priestley, Dr. W. E. Herrell, Rochester, Minn.: Dr. James Watson, Pittsburgh; Dr. R. B. Allen New York, and James A. Linen 3d., Detroit. Honoring the bride - elect and her fiance, Mrs. Mortimer B. Fuller Sr., entertained the bridal party and out - of - town guests at a buffet luncheon yesterday at the Fuller estate in Dal ton. Last night, Mr. and Mrs. Worth ington Scranton, gave a dinner in the Scranton Country Club for fifty guests, and later Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mayer, Dalton, entertained at a large house dance. Mrs. Everett Warren, Madison Avenue, will entertain the bridal party at luncheon today at the Waverly Country Club, and Mrs. Nathaniel H. Cowdrey, will give a tea later in tiie afternoon. Out - of - town guests, who will attend the wedding, include: Mrs. T. R. Beal and T. R. Beal Jr., Newburgh; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Blackman Jr., Idetown, Pa.; Mrs. H. H. Brady, New York; Mrs. David Boies, Far Hills; Philip W. Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. James Carpenter, Carpenter, New York; Miss Jane Crary, Hartford, Conn.; Miss Isabelle Chal - fant, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Richard Cush - man Carroll, New Haven, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Donnslly, Hoboken, N. J.; Dr. and Mrs. William Darrach, Greenwich, Conn.; Mr, and Mrs. J. Edward Edward Durham, Allentown; Miss Bess Grant, Long Island City. N. Y.; Joseph Joseph R. Grundy, Bristol, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Edson K. Green, Ridgefield, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Hig - Lins, New York; A. Boyd Hamilton, Harrisburg; Mrs. George T. Horton and Miss Heath Horton, Chicago, 111.; Miss Marguerite Holbrooke, New York; Philip Corbin Kohn, Hartford, Conn.; John Q. Lockman, New York; Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lathrop, Elizabeth, N. J.; Gen. and Mrs. Edward Martin, Washington, Washington, Pa.; Mrs. William McEnarney, Bronxville, N. Y.; Miss Mary Ellen Outerbridge, New York; Miss S. M. R. O'Hara, Wilkes - Barre; Mr. and Mrs, Darius E. Peck, Schenectady, N. Y.; Judge and Mrs. Marion D. Patterson, Hollidaysburg; Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis R. Smith, Mrs. F. Walworth Smith, St. Albans. Albans. Vt.; Mrs. Worthington Smith and Worthington Smith Jr., Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Charles P. Stauffer, Lancaster, Pa.; Mrs. Frank W. Sterrett, Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Conklin, New York; Miss Gertrude Conklin, New York; Mrs. Reeve Schley, Far Hills, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tompkins, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tompkins, Gordon Tompkins, Miss Anita Tompkins, Newburgh, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. John Veeder, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. John Watts, Far Hills, N. J.; Frank Webster, Elizabeth, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. M. Harvey Taylor, Mrs. Charles F. Etter, Harrisburg; Mrs. Charles W. Mayo, Dr. and Mrs. Marsh McCall, Rochester, Minn.; Mrs. Jan Rozendaal, Dezenter, Holland; Richard Hillman, Ernest Hillman, Pittsburgh; Frederick E. Gilbert, Englewood, N. J.; Miss Marguerite Neeley, Philadelphia; Mrs. William Rogers, New York; Wade St. The ceremony will be performed Dr. Robert P. Kreitler, and will Scranton residence, "Marworth, Bunting, Harrisburg; Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Foss, Danville. 0 0 0 Mrs. Lena Wirth and Mrs. Elizabeth Mayer are chairmen of arrangements for the Halloween dance to be held in American Legion Rooms on October 31, for the benefit of the Sons of the Legion, Squadron, No. 121. The public is invited to attend. o o o A benefit party for Albert Lewis will be held the night of October 26, in Knights of Pythias Hall. 0 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Klein. Wertz Avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Elaine and William R. Davis, son of Mrs. Margaret Davis, Wayne Avenue, which took place December, 31, 1934, in the Asbury M. E. Church, the Rev. Verner S. Mumbulo, officiating. officiating. The attendants were Mr, and Mrs. John Ash. 0 0 0 Mrs. James Reap, Beech Street, recently recently entertained eight members of her club at home. 0 0 0 The Chi Mu Omega Sorority will entertain at a benefit card party on Thursday night, November 7, in the Y. M. H. A. Miss Arkanus Belle Levine is chairman of arrangements. 0 0 0 The card party held last night In the exhibition room of Masonic Temple, Temple, by Coeur de Lion Commandery, No. 17, Knights Templar and the Ladies' Auxiliary, was largely attended and proved most successful. The usual games were enjoyed and prizes awarded. o o o Mrs. Carl Robbins recently enter tained at a masquerade party at her home on North Blakely Street, Dun - more. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. Alec McMil lan, Mrs. Mary Ardan. Mr. and Mrs. M. McNulty, Helen Simpson, George Guieser, Harriet Wallis, Mrs. Gertrude Chamberlain and Carl Robbins. 0 0 0 Mrs. George Sitterly, Woodlawn Avenue, entertained at dinner last night at home, honoring Miss Margaret Wettling, a bride - elect. Others who will entertain for Miss Wettling include: Miss Mary Evans, Washburn Street, a dinner at the Blue Shutters, Elm - hurst, on October 22; Mrs. Frank Hy - land, Locust Street, and Mrs. B. Wil liams, Ridge Row, a shower party on October 24; Mrs. Edward Fidler, Clarks Summit, bridge, on the night of October 26; Mrs. Joseph Sproul, tea and shower party at the Century Club on November 2. 0 0 0 The public Is invited to attend the Nativity Convent Guild card party to be held in the school auditorium on Monday night at 8 o'clock. Mrs. James Fallon is chairman of arrangements. 0 0 0 Miss Louise Kessler, Meadow Ave nue, recently entertained the following members of her club at home: Mary Barber, Mary Condon, June Doyle, Olive Eggert, Alberta Evans, Anna Gaughan, Louise Kessler, Alice Long and Marie Price. 0 0 0 Tne first annual masquerade dance of the Lackawanna County Republican Republican Club will be held Saturday evening. evening. October 26, at Melody Garden. Nay Aug Park. Nicholas Traut is general chairman of the committee in charge of the arrangements for the dance. Prizes will be awarded to the Miss Mary S. Hooley, national president of the National Council of Catholic Women, Washington, Washington, D. C, who will attend the second annual convention of the Scranton Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, which opens today in Hotel Casey. funniest and most unique costumes A waltz contest will be a feature. 0 0 0 A religious meeting will be held on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Welsh Women's Home. The Rev. John Roberts, pastor of Puritan Con gregational church will deliver the ser mon. A quartet from the church will offer special music. 0 0 0 Miss Ethel Wilkins' Bible Class, Plym - ough Congregational Church, will hold a public mus'cale tea this after noon at 2:30 o'clock in the home of Mary Evans, 513 South Main Avenue. The following pupils of the Conservatory Conservatory of Music will entertain: Elda Williams Williams and Winifred Murray, sopranos; Edward Ellison and Geraldine Kuschel, pianists, and Clifton Fischer and Ell - wood Wells, violinists. ooo Nancy Nolan, Pittston Avenue, will celebrate her fourth birthday anniversary, anniversary, with a party th's afternoon at her home. The guests will include: Jean Bartel, Mary and Patsy Harrington, Harrington, Shirley and Esther Rat:hford, Nan Kane, Ann Whcjan, Edward Bartel, Bartel, Tommy Kane and Patrick Bar - tecchl. 0 0 0 Mrs. D. M. Thomas, 719 South Main Avenue, entortaintd at a dinner party last night at her home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Allen's twenty - fifth wedding anniversary. There were thirty gu - rsts. Ent?rtainment was furnished by David Lloyd George and David Gitobs. ooo Mr. and Mrs. Robirt Sanderson, Olyphant, celebrated their thirteenth wedding anniversary recently at home, ooo The card party held recently in So. Lucy's Auditorium for the benefit of the mission work of Father Maurice, was attended by more than 500 guests. Prizes were awarded for high scores at cards and refreshments were served. 0 0 0 Honoring Mrs. J. Donald Crossmyer, who will leave November 1 to reside n Curtin, pa., members of her Sunday School Class of Westminster Church recently entertained at a surprise party and shower at her home. Present were: Mrs. Esther Keller, Mrs. Ruth S. Williams, Mrs. David MacArt, Mrs. V:; '. : ' rf""J 'W"JHUUJ" ctfSwflrfjeSiwK4 3$ B9B Pharmaceutical Auxiliary Plans Annual Card Affair to Be Held in Piatt Woolworth Auditorium; Mrs. Novak and Mrs. Spalding Are Chairmen Chairmen of Hostess Committee The Woman's Auxiliary to the cal Society will hold its second annual card party on Wednesday of next week, in Platt - Woolworth Auditorium of the Y W. C. A. Mrs Edward Novak and Mrs. E. B. affair. A meeting will be held on Mondays at 1 o'clock in the Y. W. C. A., to make final arrangements, and to re ceive ticket returns, Assisting the hostesses are the following following committees: prizes, Mrs. Thomas Corcoran, chairman; Mcs - dames John Lockery, John Carroll, William De Laney; door prizes, Mrs. Eugene Smith, chairman; Mesdames Dan Swank and Herman Brown; refreshments, refreshments, Mrs. William McDonald, chairman; Mesdames Edward Notari, Fred Melville, Joseph Sack, Robert W. Shenk, Misses Gertrude Knoepfel, Mar Crossmyer, Misses Helen Morgan, Irene Schmidt, Mildred Janney, Elsie Fer guson, Dorothy Cook and Agnes C. Reld. ooo" Final arrangements have been made for the card party of the Jewish Na tional Workers' Alliance, Branch No. 128, and the Max Pine Ladies' Club, No. 48, to be held Wednesday night, October 23, in the Y. M. H. A. Play will begin at 8 o'clock and players are asked to provide cards. ooo Celestial Lodge, No. 492, Odd Fel lows, will conduct a card party Monday Monday night in Knights of Pythias Hall, with play to begin at 8:30 o'clock. The public is invited to attend. 0 0 0 St. Mary's Greek Catholic Choral Club will entertain at a party tonight in the Elks Club. Andrew Badick is chairman of arrangements, and is be ing assisted by the following commit Party Wednesday Lackawanna County Pharmaceuti Spalding will be hostesses for the garet Shannon, Marguerite Albert and Elizabeth Griffith; cards and tallies, Mrs. Ted Mullen, chairman; Mesdames Carl Cunningham, George Brown, Tor - rington Wat kins; reception, Mrs, Thomas B. Evans, chairman; Mesdames Mesdames Henry Brown Sr., Peter Lally, Charles Eitel, George Fletcher, Percy Davis, Joseph Albert, Sadie Mangan, Apolonia Klonoski, Albert E. Snyder, Thomas Shannon, Herman Fruehan, A. G. Bissell, Emil Notari, T. J. Gardner, Gardner, Ralph Klrkendall and Harold Biddleman. tee: Miss Marie Kossack, George Demko, Prof. Michael Demyan, Miss Anne Kossack, Miss Susan Schuster and Miss Anne Stanko. 0 0 0 Miss Flora Cupple, North Ninth Avenue, entertained members of her club recently at home. 0 0 0 , The Westhurnite group of Westminster Westminster Presbyterian Church will conduct conduct a Halloween party in Saiwtelle House Auditorium on Tuesday night. All members of - the church are invited invited and are asked to appear in costume. costume. George Rinker is chairman of arrangements. 0 0 O Gladys Watkins Post, No. 550, American American Legion, will entertain at a card party in Legion Hall on Tuesday night, October 29. The committee on arrangements includes: Julia McHugh, Betty Drouin, Ethel Gibbs and Irene Gerrity. Sr Miss Betty Kabatchnick, Colfax Colfax Avenue, who is chairman of arrangements for the state convention of the Pennsylvania Temple Youth Groups, opening opening this morning in Madison Avenue Temple. Westminster Group Plans Entertainment . i "Children's Hour" to Be Presented Presented October 25 in Saw - telle House Auditorium The Junior Department of Westminster Westminster Church, of which Miss Alice Burdon is superintendent, will give an entertainment in the form of a broadcast broadcast of "The Children's Hour," on the night of October 25, at 7:30 o'clock, in Sawtelle House Auditorium. Mrs. Giles A. Ludwlg is directing the cast. Among the numbers to be given will be: "Brahms Cradle Song;" "Indian Lullaby," by Betty Llewellyn, Julianne Lorenze and Leone Schmidt; "Lazy Bones," Donald Atkinson as soloist and Richard Griffiths as the Negro boy; ' Japanese Maid," chorus; "Bohemian Dance," violin solo, Dunham Seeley; "Dutch Duet," Lois Thornton and Mary Alice Emmons; "The French Doll," a reading, Carolyn Whitmore; "Loch Lomond," solo, Marjorie Allen; "All Through the Night," Flora Rose Schadt and Jean Sayre; "Don't Give Up the Ship," solo, Albert Turner; drum solo, Charles Ut. The Cathedral Parochial School Parent - Teacher Association was organized organized at a meeting yesterday in the school auditorium. Mrs. George Acker - man was elected president of thn group, and the following assisting officers officers were named: vice - president, Mrs. Joseph G. Casey; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Edward A. Gaughan; secretary, May Smith Lynott. The Rev. James H. O'Hara, is moderator of the new as sociation, and gale a brief address. John Langan sang, accompanied by May Smith Lynott. The organization plans to meet once each month. There were seventy - five present at yesterday's session. Attorney Aaron V. Bower will speak on the life and works of Francis Bacon, and his contribution to human progress, at the luncheon meeting of the Quota Club on Monday at 12:10 o'clock in Hotel Casey. Plans will be completed for a card party for the benefit of the educational fund, to be held October 25. All business and professional women of Elm Park Church are invited to attend the dinner at the church Monday Monday night at 6:30 o'clock, to be sponsored sponsored by the Wesleyan Service Guild. Miss Etta Mallonee will preside. The prc - jram will include the presentation of a Community Chest play. The L. C. B. A advisory senate of Northeastern Pennsylvania, will hol1 a quarterly meeting tomorrow afternoon afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Catholic Women's Club, with Miss Frances Mc - Gee, presiding. The degree team of Camp No. 101, P. O of A. met recently at the home of Mrs. L. Zwick, Joseph Avenue, and eletted officers as follows: President. C. Hine; vice - president, J. Fletcher: secretary, B. Hodgson; treaurer, Ray Howe; chaplain, L. Zwick; press, P. Thompson. There will be a rehearsal of all offi cers of Cana Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem, in G. A. R. Hall, Linden Street, Monday at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Alice Eynon, the worthy high priestess, has requested all officers to attend. Births ROWLANDS To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowlands, 913 Pittston Avenue, Avenue, a son at the Mercy Hospital. SNOPKOSKY To Mr. and Mrs. Felix Snopkosky, 721 Meadow Avenue, a son at the Mercy Hospital. AUL To Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Aul, 822 Willow Street, a son, yesterday yesterday at the Hahnemann Hospital. The mother was formerly Miss Selma Westpfahl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Westpfahl, 422 Birch Street. Emerv Nelson, secretary of tho United Churches, spoke, on "Christian Youth Building in a New World," at the meeting of the Women of Elm Park yesterday afternoon in the assembly assembly room of the church house. His talk was a direct challenge to the adults and to the Christian Church. He said that there are twer. ty - seven million young people between the ages of six and twenty - five years who have never had any religious edu cation and never will have any. Adults, he continued, have neither set the pace for this education, nor done their part toward fostering it. It is the duty of every citizen, he said, to become concerned and willing to share their lives with these your.g people, for they need adult help and guidance, in order to build a new world in which they can take their rightful place. The Community Chest play for St. Joseph's Shelter and Day Nursery, entitled "Mary Belle," was presented. Mrs. C. B. Link led the devotions, and the musical program was furnished by Miss Mary Ray, a graduate of the Eastman School of Music. The next meeting will be held following following a luncheon on November 1, at which time the Rev. Dr. Henry H. Crane, pastor of the church, will bo the speaker. Youth Convention 1 Opens Here Today Leading Jewish Groups to Attend: Dr. Rabinowitz, Speaker The annual convention of the penn. sylvania Federation of Temple Youth Groups opens in this city today and will continue through tomorrow night. Miss Betty Kabatchnick is chairman of the convention committee, and Mrs. A. G. Stromberg is senior advisor. Registrations will be made in the vestry room of the Madison Avenue Temple, with the following committee in charge: Babette Roos, Bernice Gold berg, Sonia Lipson, Gene Kohnstamm, Florence Rubenstein, Barbara Ruben - stein, Melitia Landau and Dr. S. Weinberg. Local registration will be handled by the following committee: Melitia' Landau, chairman; Barbara Levy, Leona Lustig, Jane Brown and Frances Frances Kraker. Mrs. Gus Brown will open her home this afternoon for a tea for the dele gates. Miss Gladys Linder heads the committee in charge, and is being as sisted by Marion Oettingpr, Alfred Rice, Annette Gildar, Vivian Linder and Mrs. Martin Linder. A formal dance will be held tonight in the Fox Hill Country Club. Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the executive committee will meet at the home of Herbert Stromb?rg, after which a divine service will be held at 11 o'clock in the Madison Avenue Temple. George Phillips, president of the congregation, will welcome the dele gates, as will Mrs. Herbert Ball, as representative of the Madison Avenue Temple Sisterhood. Herbert Stromberg, Stromberg, president of the youth group, and Betty Kabatchnick, president of the Junior Sisterhood, will take part in the services, which will be in charge of Rabbi Eugene Hihsman, Altoona, Rabbi Victor Eppsteln will speak on Facing the Future." Mrs. Jeanne Samter Heinz will be soloist. Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz, national di rector of Temple Youth Groups, will be the principal speaker at the luncheon luncheon meeting tomorrow in Hotel Jer - myn. Miss Peggy Brown will preside as toastmaster, and the blessing will be given by Dr. H. Bookstaber, Har - .Iflburg. Robert Baer, past president of the Pennsylvania Federation, will also address the meeting. Dr. Rabinowitz was a professor at Leland Stanford University, and was drafted to head this national youth movement. His subject will be "Mes sage to Youth." A buffet supper in the Jermyn win follow a business ses sion during the afternoon. Eighteen Pledged By Keystone Clubs Eighteen members of the freshman class, many of them from Scranton, have been pledged to the two girls' ciuds on the Keystone campus, according according to an announcement yesterday by Vivian L. Watkins, dean of women at the La Plume institution. The Alpha Delta Sorority, of which Miss Eleanore Mackey, Waverly, is president, has pledged the Misses Katharine Simms, Barbara Lidstone, Jane Ferber, Georgia Hollander, Ruth Johnson, Ruth Ream and June Davies, Scranton; the Misses Betty Pfahler, Jean Ross and Edith Close, Dalton; and Miss Mary Sprout, Montrose. Seven members of the freihman class have been pledged by the Alpha Kappa Tau Club, of which, Beverly Robson, Scranton, is president. The AKT pledgees are: Gertrude Cava - naugh, Helen Jchler, Margaret Lodwig, Scranton; Helen Griffiths, Taylor; Mary Northup, Dalton; Edith Cairns, Clarks summit, and Eleanor Kenigy, Kingston. Miss Lodwig entered Keystone Keystone as a sophomore, having transferred transferred from Penn State College. The new members are to be initiated at the beginning of the second semester semester early in February. Hapgood to Lecture Here Next Week "International Hctfpots" is the topic of the lecture which Norman Hapgood will give at Technical High School Auditorium, on Thursday night, Octoter 24 under the auspices of the College Club cf Scranton. A man with keen analytical mind, a Journalistic power to grasp the imagination imagination of his audience, a background of practical experience Mr. Hapgood Is one of the most forceful and Interesting Interesting speakers on the lecture platform. He became a national figure as editor of Collier's Weekly and of Harper's Weekly. From the term of President Theodore Roosevelt to the present time, Mr. Hapgood has been valuable to the government because of both counsel and action. In .cognition of his service he was appointed Minister to Denmark in 1919.