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- 8 THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1935 RECORD OF SOCIAL EVENTS AND OTHER FEMININE CONCERNS Gertrude Hopkins, Concert Harpist, I To Appear in Century Club Concert i : : i Will Be Heard in Recital Sponsored by Music Depart - - ment, Tuesday, October 29; Three Local t . ... Artists to Participate The music department of the Century Club will feature next Tues - day afternoon, in the first recital of the season, the harp, not only as , a solo instrument, but in combination with violin, flute and cello. Miss Gertrude Hopkins, concert harpist of New York City, will be the leading leading artist. Three of Scranton's foremost musicians. William Mais, "Emanuel Holland, and Theodore Bauschmann, will take part in the program. ' - ". , The harp forever holds a unique - plac among musical instrument. Its ' beauty of structure and of tone, its " romance, Its individual characteristics both alone and in combination with others, will be delightfully demonstrated demonstrated on this occasion. Miss Hopkins, besides her solo and ensemble playing, will give a brief talk answering questions questions that so often occur in the minds of listeners. Miss Hopkins has a charming and gracious personality as well as a brilliance brilliance and virtuosity In her playing. She comes to the Century Club after a Summer spent in Paris on intensive intensive concert work, and will, with the assisting artists, give a most interest ing program. 0 0 0 Mrs. Susan Godfrey, North Main Avenue, entertained the Glenburn Book Club recently. Halloween featured in decorations, program and refreshments, Mrs. Mary Evans delightfully enter tained the ladies with several piano selections. Mrs. Nate Salsbury was elected president for the ensuing year. Those present were: Mesdames Al fred Lister. Earl Sutherland, John Northup, Richard Northup, and her guest, Mrs. Matthews, J. A. Edwards, Harold Edwards, Robert Hull and guest, Harriet Shumaker, Mrs. Jacobs, Walter Stoeckel, Guy Bailey, Anna Anders, J. Waite, Nate Salsbury, Rita Rankin, Fred Morrow, William Morris, Morris, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Shurtliff, Willis Northup, Mary Evans, J. D. Godfrey, and hostess, Mrs. Susan Godfrey, o o o The St. Joseph's Social Club will conduct a semi - formal dance Monday evening, November 4 in the parish hall, Birney Avenue. Alice McDonough is general chairman and is being assisted assisted by Rita O'Brien, Ceil Kearney, Ann Kathleenn DriscoU, Mildred Cahilin and Dorothy Sea. 0 0 0 Miss Irene Keiper entertained the E. Y. P. Club recently in the clubrcoms. Plans were made for a card party to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ' Charles Roth, Stafford Avenue. Plans were also furthered for a masquerade party to be held Thursday October 31 in the clubrooms. . Games were played and prizes were awarded to Margie Sohmitt and Charlotte Charlotte Tanner. Refreshments were served. Present were: Louise Bloom, Grace Brunner, Janet Cruser, Florence Greene, Ruth Hafner, Irene Keiper, Irene Roth, Margie Schmitt and Charlotte Charlotte Tannler. 0 0 0 The T. O. T. Sorority met recently at the home of Gertrude Jones and completed plans for its "Harvest Moon dance to be held tomorrow in the Masonic Temple. Miss Jean Mulford and Mildred Siedman will chapejone the affair. ooo: The Young People's Department of Elm Park Church will hold a Halloween Halloween party at Adler's Inn, Elmhurst on Tuesday, October 29. Cars will leave the church house at 7:30 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded for the best and funniest costumes. Games and dancing will be enjoyed and refreshments refreshments served. 0 0 0 Honoring Mrs. Russell Griffin, a recent bride, Miss Minnie Henzelman, Wyoming Avenue, entertained at a variety shower recently. A color scheme of pink and blue was carried out effectively. Cards were played "'and high scores were held by Mrs. Russell Griffin, and Mrs. D. E. Dillon. Covers were laid for twelve. , ooo Mr. and Mrs. S. V. P. Quackenbush, Clarks Summit, will entertain members members of their club at a supper and bridge on Saturday night at home. Covers will be laid for twenty, ooo Miss Elizabeth Reynolds, Electric Street, entertained her club at a luncheon and bridge yesterday afternoon afternoon at her home. There were twelve guests present. ooo Celestial Lodge, No. 64, Daughters of America, will conduct a card party in Knights of Pythias Hall, Church Avenue, tonight. The public is invited invited and players are asked to bring their own cards ooo Mrs. Edward J. White. Heermans Avenue, entertained the members of Class 8 of the North Main. Avenue Baptist Church at her home recently, plans were made for the Winter work. Bingo was played and prizes awarded. Luncheon was served by the hostess assisted by Elizabeth Price and Peg ArgusW Present were: Sadie Rudge, Lorraine Lorraine Richards, Catherine Isaac, Margery Margery Thomas, Viola Collins, Janet Parry, Margaret Davis, Elizabeth 0V The Rocking Presser Foot walks up md over heavy teams with ease. Another big sewing advantage using this all - electric with 25 new features. Phone for a demonstration at home. Rotary Electric SewbigJiidilna S. D. G. Co. Second Floor REPAIR SERVICE - ALL MAKES oAPTS - eMIPPllES Price, Peg Argust and the teacher. Mrs. W. G. Evans. ooo At a recent meeting of the Owaissta Club of the Y. W. C. A. plans were completed lor a Halloween party to be held Monday evening, October 27 in the cluB roomse. President Victoria Victoria Theodore is chairman of the Refreshment Committee and is being assisted by Ann Jurbala and Betty Duffy. Ethel Nimeth is chairman "of the Entertainment Committee, assisted by Vera Kasan and Irene Petry. o o o Miss Ida Coplan is general chairman for a hot dog supper to be conducted at the Y. M. H. A. on Wednesday evening, evening, November 6, by the Junior Hadassah. Miss Coplan will be as. sisted by Miss Doris Rosenbaum and Miss Sallie Mack. All members and persons desirous of attending are urged to make reservations reservations with Miss Rosenbaum or Mrs Joseph Kline today. The supper will be followed by an entertainment program after which the regular meeting of the society will be held. 0 0 0 A large crowd attended the second annual card party of the Women's Auxiliary to the Lackawanna County Pharmaceutical Society held last evening evening in Platt - Woolworth Auditorium of the Y. W. C. A. Mrs. Edward Novak and Mrs. E. B. Spalding were hostesses for the affair. Assisting the hostesses were the following following committees: prizes, Mrs. Thoma Corcoran, chairman; the Mesdames 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; chairman; Mesdames Edward Notari, Fred Neville, Joseph Sack, Robert W. Shenk, Misses Gertrude Knoepfei, Margaret Shannon, Marguerite Albert and Elizabeth Griffith; cards and tal lies, Mrs. Ted Mullen, chairman; Mesdames Mesdames Carl Cunningham, George Brown, Torrington Watkins; reception, Mrs. Thomas B. Evans, chairman; Mesdames Henry Brown Sr., Peter Lally, Charles Eitel, George Fletcher, Perry Davis, Joseph Albert, Saide Mangan, Apolonia Klonoski, Albert E. Snyder, Thomas Shannon, Herman Fruehan, A. G. Bissel, Emil Notari, T. J. Gardner, Ralph Kirkendall and Harold Biddleman. ooo Mrs. G. S. Bigelow, Stephen Ave nue, entertained members of her club at a bridge luncheon yesterday, ooo Stephen Ruddy, 1063 Albright Avenue, Avenue, will entertain members of the Boy's Club on October 30. 0 0 0 Mrs. Mildred - Baker, 216 Spring Street, recently entertained members of her club at a card party. Ann Richards was awarded a prize for highest score. Present were: Mildred Williams, Ann Banks, Ann Richards. Mildred Baker, Carol Evans, Patricia McGuire. Daryl Davis and Peg Hart. 0 0 0 Mrs. George Daley, Grandview Street, entertained members of her club at a luncheon held yesterday at her home. A Halloween theme pro vided the motif for an attractively decorated table. Covers were laid for eight guests. Present were the Mesdames James R. Hughes, Ernest Leach, Jacob Mar - karian, William Cullen, Charles Snv - der, Ralph Mack, Harry Baumbardner and George Daley. ooo Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boshek, 519 Breck Street, announce the marriaEe of their daughter, Mary Margaret, to James J. Casey, son of 'Mrs. Mary Casey, 440 Mary Street. The ceremony ceremony took place in Holy Rosarv Church on July 3. The Rev. Stephen O'Boyle officiated. ooo Final arrangements have been com pleted for the card party and dance to be conducted under the auspices of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Young Men's Italian Association Saturday night in the association's clubrooms. HAND LOOM KNIT SUITS Exclusive Styling Larue Line of Fabrics Made to measure as you like them. Not sold in atores, only at BRANLEY MILLS Honesdale, Fa. Open Dally Until 5 P. ,M. WHAT WOULD YOU DO If a child vou had adopted and , made for the little one a splendid home and after a few yeairs was compelled to (tive tt up thrown its own mother auain marrying and claiming the youngster, how would you handle the case? This question was forwarded to "VOICE OP EXPERIENCE," EXPERIENCE," the friend and air advisor of millions. He makes known his views bv wav of the screen t the Riviera Theater, for the entire week starting Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. 21c 11 to 1 TODAY YEARLY SALE 30 OFF ON Wigs, Toupees Transformations MAKE YOUR CHOICE EARLY. OCTOBER ONLY. Carl Zimmer The Leading Hairdresser of Scranton. 319 N. Washington Ave. Congressman's Daughter Aids Chest Drive ; : ! ; , :::?S:'S;: MISS LEND Miss Lenore Boland, daughter of Congressman and Mrs. P. J. Baland, is a member of the cast of the Community Community Chest play, "Another Day" which has been requested by the Woman's Committee of the Wilkes - Barre Welfare Federation for presentation presentation at the women's mass meeting of the Wilkes - Barre division which will be held Thursday morning, November November 7, at 10 o'clock in the auditorium auditorium of the First Presbyterian Church, Northampton and South Franklin Avenue, Wilkes - Barre. Supporting .Miss Boland in the cast Elaborate prizes will be awarded to winners and refreshments will be served. Mrs. J. V. Bonn is general chairman and is assisted by the following: Mesdames W. Reis. F. Mearle, TJ. M. Memolo, C. J. Morosini. J. H. Moro - sini, M. Longo, L. K. Longo, J. Sac - cone, I. Corocci, T. Preno, A. Giam - betti, D. Bucari, A. Morosini, F. Re - fice, P. Refice and the Misses Erma Cardoni, Marie Preate, Anna Smith. Monica Jiarsolonis and Jean Mon - delll. 0 0 0 Announcement is made of the marriage marriage of Miss Josephine Pamelia. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pa melia, 1806 Prospect Avenue, to Sam uel Tallo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tallo, Elizabeth, N. J. The ceremony was recently performed by the Rev. John E. O'Brien at St. Francis Church. The bride wore a white chalk gown with tulle veil and headdress adorned with gardenias. Miss Lillian Pamelia, sister of the bride, was her only at tendant. She wore a gown of crepe rust with matching accessories and carried carried a shower bouquet of talisman roses and pompons. John Tallo was his brother's best man. After a reception reception at the home of the bride the Spencer "e I REGISTERED 9676 CORSETIERE 542 PRESCOTT AVENUE Listed in the Vellow Section of Telephone Book Under "Corsets." FOR THE BRIDE I AND HER ATTENDANTS GOWNS and VEILS (Moderately Priced) MARY LILLIAN DRESS SHOP 410 SPRUCE STREET Margaret L. Hopkins TORSETIERE New Location 209 Paul! Bldg. Spruce Street (Elevator) E2 OVERBROOK TOWN SHOP 209 N. WASH. AVE. SPECIAL TONIGHT . . . CHICKEN DINNER 75c Corn Fritters Served With All Dinners BAKED GOODS LEADER: ASSORTED COOKIES 25c and 30c DOZEN 'Phone 4 - 6492 RE BOLAND are Frances Wame Murphy and Em - mett Hart. The play which is being sponsored by the Florence Crittenden Crittenden Mission was written by Miss A. Myfanwy Roberts and directed by Mrs. A. Floyd Vosburg. "Miss Boland was graduated from Marywood Seminary and Miss Shoemaker's Shoemaker's school in Philadelphia where she was actively interested in dramatics, dramatics, on many occasions playing leading roles. Last year, in "The Valiant" sponsored by the Catholic Men's Club she played the only fem inine role. She is a member of the Catholic Drama League of Scranton. couple left for a trip through the New England states. They will reside in Elizabeth, N. J. 0 0 0 A large crowd attended the third annual ball of the Providence Synagogue Synagogue held, last night in Danceland. formerly Town Hall. An elaborate program program of entertainment was presented. Attorney Alex Marcus was general chairman. 9c Wall Paper sldewall and border 13x14 room 8 ft. high. Other $1.35. Some lota over 13.0(1 to paner i lots, $1.05, values. CLEMENS 426 Lackawanna Ave Across from Wool - worth's, upstairs. 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So don't waste your time or money striving to reduce with methods that are hard, futile or depend on harmful, health - racking salts and laxatives for their action. Start the Marmola treatment today that millions millions have used successfully to get rid of sxcess fat. The formula is in every box ao you know just wha"t you are taking. Don't wait get Marmola today from druggists. Week - End at Moore's Market CHUCK ROAST (End Cuts) ib. 19c CHUCK .. ROAST (Best Center Cuts) PORK LOIN ROAST ,b - Z9c (End Cuts) Our Own Make HAMBURG lb. 30c (Ground While You Walt) Leg of LAMB ib.J5c numaar, rar SAUSAGE Ib. 30c (No Cereal) HARRY D. MOORE "Good Meats'' 313 N. WASH. AVE. DIAL 4 - 6166 Democratic Women To Hear Mrs. Miller Local Clubs Will Meet Noon Today in Hotel Casey at Mrs. Emma Guffey Miller, Democratic Democratic National Committeewoman of Pennsylvania, and sister of United States Senator Joseph P. Guffey, will be the guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of local clubs affiliated with the Pennsylvania Federation of Democratic Democratic Women today at noon in Hotel Casey. Mrs. Anna O'Dea Murphy, state president, is director In arrangements for the luncheon, and reports that a large number of reservations have already already been made. All Democratic women regardless of their club affiliations affiliations are Invited to the affair. Other speakers besides Mrs. Miller will be Judge T. Linus Hoban and Mrs. Helen C. Fruehan, one of the Democratic nominees for school director. director. - Candidates from Carbondale and other county candidates have been Invited to the luncheon. Mrs. Murphy will preside over the business session and will also introduce introduce the guest speaker. A musical CLELAND1) - 1IMP0N C. - A dramatic 3 - day Sale Winter Loaded ivith luxurious fur Thursday. Friday and Saturday These coats speak for themselves, in the grandeur of their materials in the quality of their fur trimmings and the flattering manner manner in which the furs are used! You'll want one tomorrow. Blacks, of course, because many prefer black, brown, too. Sizes for women and Trimmed with: Fitch Caracul Sable Beaver Amer. Coon Persian Kit Fox Badger Skunk Kolinsky Grey Fox Blue Fox Wolf Jap Weasel Globe Second Floor and vocal program will also be presented. presented. Miss Helen K. Powell, a member ot the educational bureau of the Spool Cotton Company, will address a meeting meeting of the American home department of the Century Club this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Her subject will be "What's New In Crocheting and Knitting." Mrs. R. W. Voris will preside. - The Hector's Guild of the Church of the Good Shepherd will hold a rummage rummage sale on Saturday morning at 435 Penn Avenue. All kinds of clothing and household goods will be one sale. Mrs. Howard Jackson and her committee committee will have charge. The public is Invited. Mrs. Harold A. Scragg presided at a luncheon meeting of the board of directors and the trustees of the Y. W. C. A. held yesterday noon in the association association building. The meeting followed followed the monthly session of the board of directors, at which the second part of the study program was taken up and at 'Which Mrs. Scragg also pre sided. The world fellowship committee met last nieht with rerjresentatives of cen tral European countries to plan the annual world feliowsnip program next month. Groups represented were: green and rust, misses. Goats ih Slovak, " Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Lithuanian and Hungarian. A luncheon meeting of the board of directors of the Mothers' Assistance Fund will bs held today noon at the Y. W. C. A., and tonight the Syrian and Lithuanian Girls' clubs will meet. The usual open house will be held Friday evening with classes followed by dancing. Saturday evening the L. B. F. and A. I. F. Clubs will entertain at a party - ' Mrs. Charles Werner presided at a meeting of the Parent - Teacher Association Association of the James Monroe School held recently in the school auditorium. A large attendance was present. Installation Installation of officers was held with Mrs. J. D. Nickey, president of the Parent - Teacher City Council, as the Installing officer. Mrs. Joseph Rowland Rowland was installed as president; Mrs. Mary O'Malley, vice - president; Mrs. Harold Gibson, secretary; Miss Mary Mackin, treasurer. An address of welcome was given by Prof. Evan J. Lewis, principal of the school. A Community Chest playlet, playlet, "Jerry Goes Streamline," was presented presented by the Y. W. C A. ' Scranton Grove No. 45, Woodmen's Circle, will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in Leonard's Hall, Adams Avenue. All members and officers are urged to ii 1 - T - y&sim r and a companion Sale of Dresses in three outstanding groups at No dress in this group has been priced below 10.95. Crepes, wools, jerseys, velveteens, matelasses in types for sport, dress and tailored wear. Black, brown, rust, , green, wine and blue. Sizes for misses and women. $ at No dress in this group has been priced below 14.95. Rabbit hair, jersey, velveteen, matelasses, corded crepes, metallic crepes, important dressy types and dashing sports dresses. Black, brown, blue, rust, green, purple,' wine and aqua. Sizes for women and misses. $1 at No dress in this group has been priced below 16.95. Rabbit hair, new crepes, alpacas, friendship crepe unusual color schemes, trimmed with metal, fur, velvet, contrasting fabrics. Sizes for misses and women. Globe Second attend. Mrs. Wilhelmina Herman will preside. Plans will be discussed for a banquet to take place on December 5 in Hotel Casey. A meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Koch - Conley Post, No. 121, American American Legion, was held Tuesday evening evening in the legion rooms with Mrs. Minnie Smith, president, presiding. Plans were completed for a card party to be held on November 21 in the P. O. S. of A. Hall with Mrs. Lillian Wed - llng as chairman. Assisting Mrs. Wed - ling are Mrs. E. Mayer, tickets, and Mrs. Ethel McBride, prizes. Members of the Throop Republican Women's Club will hold a dinner and dance tonight at Falcon Hall, Dun - more street. Dinner will be served from 6 until 9 p. m. Mrs. Florence Letchworth is general chairman. The pcbllc is invited. The Men's Club of the Universalis Church will conduct a card party and entertainment tomorrow night. The Rev. C. A. Hallenbsck and Louis Conrad Conrad are'eochairmen and are being assisted assisted by a large committee. Miss Evelyn Berg of Monroe Avenue, has returned from New York City - Adv. of $45 4 Floor Q ' X

Clipped from The Scranton Republican24 Oct 1935, ThuPage 8

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)24 Oct 1935, ThuPage 8
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