Blodwyn Davis

charlie744 Member Photo

Clipped by charlie744

Blodwyn Davis - THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1....
THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1936 Reams to Address Annual Luncheon Of D.AR. Group Scranton City Chapter to Hold Affair Wednesday in Century, Club . Scranton City Chapter, Daughters Of the American Revolution, has com pleted plans for its annual luncheon meeting, to be held Wednesday at 1 o'clock in the Century Club. Prof. E. A. Beams, teacher of history and gov ernment at Blomsburg State Teachers' ' College, will be guest speaker. Mrs. B. P. Phillips, hospitality chairman, and her committee are in charge of the luncheon. Professor Reams will discuss "Our Country and World Affairs." Mrs. Boyd A. Musser, regent, will preside, and will introduce the speaker. Mrs. Charles Evans, chaplain, will deliver the invocation, and an address of welcome will be given to visiting chapters and to the Northeastern Pennsylvania Regents' Association, together together with representatives of the Scranton Colony, National Society ot New England Women, and of Westmoreland Westmoreland Chapter. Daughters of f 812. who have been invited to attend. attend. ' Miss Helen Reynolds will give a report of the distribution of manuels. containing a copy of The Constitution to various community centers" and mountain schools, supported by the Chapter. t A musical program will berprovided ty Mrs. John W. Spedding, Clifford, pianist, and Miss Isabelle Maynard, Violinist. Assisting Mrs. Phillips will be: Mrs. Chartwell Griffin Jr., Mrs. Melvin Peck, Mrs. I. W. Severson, Mrs. Frank Spiegel, Mrs. James Tuttle, iirs. Arthur Maynard, Mrs. John Wells. Mrs. Roy Stone and Mrs. George O'Brien. Druggists Auxiliary i Plans Welsh Party Mrs. Percy Davis and I Thomas Evans Will Hostess for Affair Mrs. Be Ladies' Auxiliary to the Lackawanna County Pharmaceutical Society will entertain at a Welsh luncheon party Thursday, February 27, at 1 o'clock in Platt - Woolworth Auditorium. - ' Mrs. Percy Davis and Mrs. Thomas Evans will be hostesses for the affair, nd will be assisted by the following committee: Mrs. Herman Brown, Mrs. . Harry Knoepfel, Mrs. Harold Biddle - i man, Mrs. Emil Notari, Mrs. George Fletcher, Mrs. Torrington R. Watkins, Mrs. Robert Davis, Mrs. Arthur Bissell, Mrs. Fred Melville, Mrs. Hannah Thomas, Mrs. Albert Snyder and Miss Elizabeth Griffiths. A meeting of the committee will be held Tuesday at 1 o'clock in the Y. W. C. A. to complete plans for the party. ooo Vvliss Kline to Wed John Buscher Tonight ' - , Miss Anna B. Kline, Adams Avenue, will become the bride of John Buscher, Bronxville, N. Y., tonight at 8 o'clock In the Peace Lutheran Church, North Main Avenue. Miss Eieanor Kline will be maid of honor, and Arnold Sthule, Bronxville, will attend the bridegroom, as best man. A reception will follow at the Kline residence. 0 0 0 Frances Cooney Weds Thomas J. Jennings Announcement is made of the marriage marriage of Miss Frances Cooney, Moosic, and Thomas J. Jennings, son of Mr. jand Mrs. Joseph P. Jennings, Clay Avenue, this city, which took place January 29, in St. Peter's Cathedral, this city. o o o Samuel Mazess Weds Philadelphia Girl ''. Announcement is made of the marriage marriage of Samuel Mazess, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Mazess, North Webster Webster Avenue; this city, and Miss Anne Molitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Molitch, Philadelphia, which t - ok place January 12, in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. 0 0 0 Church Guild Plans Amateur Program J An amateur night program will be presented at the parish house of the ' Church of the Good Shepherd tonight, fonder the auspices of the Rector's ,'jGuild, of the church. The Rev. James li. Ware, rector, will act as master of ceremonies. Prizes will be awarded to .Jbest contestants. The public is invited fto attend. ' ooo iRebekah'Lodge - Plans Card Party ; T The social commitee of Tikvah Rebekah Lodge has completed plans for a card party, to be held March 15, in Hotel Jermyn. Mrs. Minnie Da - "vis is chairman of arrangements. There I will be table and special prizes, and Refreshments will be served. The proceeds proceeds will be dsvoted to the extensive "Charitable work of the organization. 'The public is invited to attend. . 0 0 0 IY. M. C. A. to Hold Minstrel The annual Y. M. C. A. minstrel JriU be held in the association au - ' ditorium Tuesday and Wednesday flights, February 25 and 26, under the auspices of the physical education council. The proceeds will be used to purchase gymnasium equipment. Thomas Steele was appointed chairman chairman of the minstrel committee by George Sutherland, head of the council. council. Assisting him will be: Edward Beavers, Daniel W. Williams, Lloyd Planthold, William Gordon, Joseph Brust, Earl Houck, M. L. Walters, F. F. Kellerman, Thomas Howard, William William Jones, Don Naden and Earl Sutherland. r O 0 o Benefit Dance To Be Tonight - Employes of the Scheuer Baking Company will conduct a benefit dance tonight in Scheuer's Auditorium. Jack Oram is general chairman and George Llples cochairman of the affair. . They are assisted by the following committees: tickets, Ann Krajeski, chairman; Helen Amellon, Al Hoffman, Hoffman, M. Mclntyre, Frank Wrenn; publicity, Madelon Balester, chairman; chairman; Gertrude Perkins, Bromley Ed - yards, George Thomas; floor, Patrick V . - ttlltw : A :5 s.:a - K::Xv: - :vajy:::: ' - , Cox, chairmar; Howard Banker, Francis Nolan, Robert Taylor; entertainment, entertainment, William Barth, chairman; John Sinkowski, Paul Claus, James Paradise, Mat Jenkins; refreshments, Helen Koelsch, chairman; Christine Balester, joe Svetlovics, Lester Wat - kins, Ray Shelp, John Lohmann. o oo.. Wint Post Ladies . Hold Card Party Ladies' Auxiliary to Theodore J. Wint Post, No. 25, Veterans of Foreign Foreign Wars, entertained at a card party last night m the home of Mrs. Mary McGlll, Court street. The affair was largely attended. O 0 0 Time Changed 4 For Club Dinner The Nativity Gocd Will Club announces announces the time of the' initial club dinner Monday night in Hotel Jermyn, Jermyn, has been changed from 6 to f o'clock. Reservations for the dinner, which will be informal, will close tomorrow tomorrow night and all persons expect ing to attend are asked to call Mrs. 1:: Jiipiti MISS ALICE FTTZSIMMONS 1& ' lllHWIMilpSMHI . x.: - i..: . v , - IfeSiP VS.: ,:: ,: ::' - It ..VN.. "S:WnV ;.:,..! ii::: ' " ' aSKlWX If I i I ' tfi&r ' - - "' $ f V. . . i ' : :':.,:ih x :: . . . 's isw: - ::'::; JpllI IBSHtt WfMCfli. pplliiiilil ;i..pfS: lliiliiiilii BiiiilHlilII MRS. B. P. PHILLIPS Mrs. Casey is vice - chairman of the committee arranging for the annual card party to be given the night of February 7, in Hotel Casey, for the benefit of the House of Good Shepherd, Clarks Summit. ' ; Mrs. Phillips is hospitality - chairman of the Scranton City Chapter, D. A. R., and is in charge of arrangements for the annual annual luncheon of the chapter February 5. Mrs. Matslnger is a member of the committee arranging for the card party to be held this' afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. S. Weston by the Wells College Club of Scranton. Miss Fitzsimmons, a menioer of the Central High School graduating class of January 1928, is assisting with arrangements for the tenth annual reunion of the class, Monday night in Hotel Jermyn. . Robert Collins,. Prospect Avenue, or Mrs. William Sullivan, Moosic Street, before that time. Mrs. A. J. Harding is chairman, and Mrs. Sullivan co - chairman of the affair. Y. M. H. A.CKib Holds Sleighing Party The Torch Club of the T. M. H. A. recently entertained at sleighing party in Moscow. After 'tha ride, ; - . . Photo by Btchrach r i t boto by BMbraeA dancing was enjoyed at the home ot Louis Wolfaon; f Present were: Myer Lefkowitz,'' - Harold Jacobson, Jack Brandt? 'SJdney Nussbaum, Philip Levin, David LevinsorT; Joseph Dubln. Louis - WolfsoB, Jerome Lebowitz, Arthur Arthur Frank,' F. Suravltz, Rose Coir, Anitr'Braunstein, Lillian Future risky, Hilda Gross, Elma Hollenberg, Rose Shapiro, Selma Giants, Rosalyn Mar - rus and Ruth Elfenbein. - - . , A v .V - Personals n ::y::r:'.:.;o'::: - ::: ' 'J&Zi&&s' M::SS:::::::.::::i:;:y a - . K::::iSi;S:;:;i;:mW Miss Dolly Durkin, Madison Avenue, is spending several days in New York. Mrs. Elwin Bayly, Honesdale, recently recently underwent a major operation at the Woman's Hospital Mrs.' Ann 'Isadore, East Drinker Street, Dunmore, Is 111 at her home. Miss Roberta Emmons, Olive Street, has returned from Wells College for the mid - Winter recess. ' Mrs. Roy Bullock, Adams Avenue, has returned from Elmlra and Chemung. Chemung. N. Y. Mia Shirley Keller has returned to her home in Way mart, following, an operation at the Woman's Hospital, this city. ' ' Mrs. Alice and Anna Scanlc, Mulberry Mulberry Street, have returned from New York, where they bid bon voyage to . - - ' - . " . - - v,. vs - ' - , v:'::v;:::::::S::: - :fe ..V... V .uywte - MRS. JOSEPH G. CASEY MRS. C. B. MATSINGER Col. and Mrs. Martin F. Scanlon, who sailed Wednesday on the S. S. Manhattan Manhattan for London, England, where Colonel Scanlon will assume his duties as an attache at the American Embassy. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Loughran, this city, are in New York. Mrs. William H. Jessup, Clay Avenue, Avenue, is spending the Winter at Day - tona Beach, Fla. Miss Leah Sahm, a student at Cornell Cornell University, Is spending the mid - Winter vacation at her home, 1506 Linden Street. Civic League To Meet Monday At the monthly meeting of the Italian Italian American Civic League at the Chamber of Commerce Building Monday Monday night, the South Side group, headed by Misses Josephine and Jennie Jennie Latorre, will sponsor the program. S - , plii P JIM Photo by Baobradi Photo by Bftchraoh Miss Bertha Williams, of the Central Central High School faculty, will speak on "Historical Sketches." Vance Valentine will entertain with recitations recitations and songs. The meeting will start at 8:15. Miss Theresa Orippl will preside. Sigma Alpha Nu To Entertain The Sigma Alpha Nu Sorority, composed composed of high school students, will entertain at tea Saturday afternoon, February 15, at the home of Miss Gloria Tannenbaum, 701 Madison Avenue. Miss Jeanne Gibbs Is chairman chairman of the hostess committee, and is being assisted by the following: Ruth Jenkins, Gloria Tannenbaum, Ruth Ellas, Vivian Weiberg, Verna Houck, Edna Seibecker, Ethel Klevtr - sahl, Gwladys Peterson, Virginia Schroeder, Gract Daly and Helen Hoffman. Stats of Filmland To Attend Annual Jewish Home Ball Arrangements Being Completed Completed for Dance in Town Hall February 17 Plans are being completed for the twentieth annual charity ball for the benefit of the Jewish Home for the Friendless, to be held In Town Hall, February 17. The affair, which la always always the featured attraction on the home calendar, will be featured by the appearance of a large group of prominent prominent movie and radio stars, who will provide the entertainment. Morris Goodman is general chairman chairman and Harry Spiegel cochairman of arrangements. Dr. A. S. Cantor heads thi patron committee, and Mrs. Harry Lebowitz, the advertising committee. Samuel Druck Is chairman of the general general committee on arrangements. Tickets are under the supervision of Mrs. A. B. Cohen. Proceeds of the ball will go towards maintaining the Jewish Home, located at 2115 North Main Avenue. The institution institution is not a member of the Community Community Chest, and depends on the ball for its maintenance. The home at present has thirty adults and children. children. It not only provides a home for the youngsters, but also educates' them, starts them in life, and watches over them in as nearly a parental manner as possible. Miss Rose Chenets is superintendent. Mrs. Herman Bassoff has been named chairman of the little helper committee, and Is being assisted by the following women: Mrs. L Tom - berg, Wllkes - Barre; Mrs. Harry Robin, Pittston; Mrs. L. Birnbaum, Old Forge; Mrs. H. Trucker, Peckville; Mrs. J. B. Rosenfeld and Miss Ida Coplan, Olyphant; Mrs. Charles Let - zic, Carbondale; Mesdames E. Connor, Connor, Morris Goodman, George Glaser, E. Lester Man, Harry Hollenberg, Cat Ellowits, L Jacobs, J. Meer, M. M. Wolfgang, Joseph Leventhal and Edward Edward Klein, this city. Marywood Alumnae Hold Fashion Show Display of Winter and Spring Styles Follows Card Party In Hotel Jermyn Scranton Chapter, Marywood Alum - nae Association entertained at a card party and fashion show last night in . Hotel Jermyn, The usual games were enjoyed from 8 to 10 o'clock, and prizes were awarded for high scores. Miss Rose Roblins, president of the chapter, was chairman of the party, which was largely attended. At 10 o'clock, Miss Dorothy Golden directed a display of Winter and Spring styles, which also included appropriate appropriate costumes for Southern wear at the present time. . Miss Barbara Gillespie, wearing a snow suit in green, trimmed with brown and red, and a red beret, led the procession of models, all members of the chapter. Miss , Marie Powell . modeled a striking riding habit Green '' Jodpurs were contrasted with a dark and light green check coat, yellow shirt, green tie, and brown hat. Several Spring prints, in black and red and green and brown were featured, featured, as well as sport dresses in white and aqua, which are just the thing for a sea voyage, or Southern sojourn. Miss Mary Brogan modeled a smart mannish three - piece suit, and carried luggage in gray and red. A dinner suit, in black and white, trimmed with white pique, was effective, and smart attention to detail was apparent in the several sports suits and coats which were also displayed. The climax of the show, was a bridal party. Miss Theresa Manley, clad in white satin and Alencon lace, , with a veil of illusion, modeled the bridal gown, and bridesmaids frocks, in blue and pink lace, respectively, were shown by Miss Helen Corbin and Miss Mary Brogan. ' ooo Day School Pupils Hold Dance Pupils of the eighth and ninth grades of the Country Day School delightfully delightfully entertained at a dancing party last night in the school auditorium. auditorium. Attractive decorations were used throughout, and a popular orchestra orchestra orchestra - played for the dancing, which was enjoyed by members of the classes and their friends. Miss Jane Collyer was general chairman of the affair, and was assisted by the following committee chairmen: Wayne Fleming, Bob Davis, Sue Jermyn, Christine Hatfield, Jim Ware and Ruth Rymer. ooo Misses Verna and Doris Naeher recently recently entertained at their home. Present were: Hilda and Alverts Naeher, Lenore Schulte, Rose Mary Tackney, Margaret Baskerville, Helen Baskerville, Olive Schenrock, Mrs. - Milton Morris, Mrs. Elmer Kuekes and Mrs. Arthur Powell. ooo William Hess, Adams Avenue, will celebrate his seventy - eighth birthday anniversary today. ooo. The faculty of the Roger Williams Schoo' entertained at dinner recently in Hotel Jermyn, honoring Miss Mary Flynn, who has been transferred to the Washington Irving School. Pres - ' ent were: Misses Helen Langan, Kan - ( nah Brady, Florence Mulderig. Theresa Collins, Mary Flynn, Hannah Devine, Mary Collins, Arleine Davies, Sara Brogan, Mary Coleman, Anna O'Mailey, , Prof. J. A. Murphy and Frank Helsler, 0 0 0 Allan V. Heeley, headmaster of the Lawrenceville Academy, who will be in Wllkes - Barre tonight with tha Lawrenceville Academy Polo team for a game with the Whips, will be guest of honor at a dinner, before the game, in Westmoreland Club, Wllkes - Barre, to be given by the Lawrenceville Alumni, many of whom reside in this city. ' 0 0 0 At a recent meeting of the Gamma Nu Sigma Sorority at the home ot Miss May Malum, Green Ridge Street, plans were made for a dinner party to be held next month. Present were: Peggy Blume, Jean Durkan, Florence Emperor, Helen Gilday, Rosemary Jordan, Mary Keany, Mary Langan, Mrs. Jack Martin and the hostess. 0 0 0 Mr. and Mrs., D. J. Cawley, North Webster Avenue, observed their thirty thirty thirty - fifth wedding anniversary on Thursday,

Clipped from The Scranton Republican01 Feb 1936, SatPage 6

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)01 Feb 1936, SatPage 6
charlie744 Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in