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THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1936 Me lit a Commandery Corps arid Auxiliary Plan Annual Easter Card Party 8 Third Yearly Affair WiD Be IHeld April 13 Mrs. Osborne Richards Is - Chairman of Arrange - Z ments; Assisting Com - ; mittees Named The Drill Corps and Ladies' Auxil - T lary to Melita Commandery, No. 68, Knights Templar, will entertain at their third annual Easter card party Monday night, April 13. In Masonic ' Temple. Mrs. Osborne Richards has been named general cnairman 01 me affair, which will be elaborate In every detail. . C Assisting committees are announced as follows: reception, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Pringle, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barthold. Mr. and Mrs. - Albert T. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony . ' N. Lanz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles I " Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus T. Strohm. - Mr. and Mrs. James J. Laudig, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kizer, Mr. and Mrs. - B. E. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Alford - 1 W. Walkey, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L "Paine, Mr. and Mrs. William L. V Davies. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Laudig, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Houser, Mrs. J. E. Heckel and Mrs. John Ritter. Tickets, W. L. Davies, Mrs. A. W. " Walkey, Albert T. Lowe, Mrs. James "J. Laudig. Ralph E. Houser, Harold Barthold. Harry E. Koch and Anthony N. Lanz: door, Albert T. Lowe, Joseph March, Fred Melberger, Charles Lit - genberger, Marion T. TuthllL " Floor, Charles Litzenberger, Fred . Melberger, Myron May, Joseph March. Harry Acker, Ralph Houser, Frank Ely, Walter Oakley. Harold Harris. Prizes, Mrs. D. E. Carpenter, Mrs. C. I. Davis, Mrs. H. C. Rutherford, Mrs. William A. Wrigley, Mrs. S. H. Gorman, Mrs. Joseph March, Hiram i Pringle, W. L. Davies, Harry Acker, Walter Oakley, Donald Richards, John T. Rendle and Anthony N. Lanz. Cards, pinochle, Mrs. Russell L. Loyd, Mrs. H. E. Koch, Mrs. William I Lewis, Mrs. James Stewart, Mrs. Jos - eph England and Mrs. Walter Tinsley; ; bridge, Rufus T. Strohm. Mrs. Lewis . Lohmann, Mrs. S. H. Twining, Mrs. J. E. Hailstone, Mrs. William Owens and Donald Richards. Refreshments, Mrs. Edward Davies, Mrs. Frank Ely, Mrs. Howard Derby, . Mrs. Albert T. Lowe, Mrs. R. F. Post, l Mrs. James Warner, Mrs. William Wrigley, Mrs. William Lewis, Mrs. Harold Jones, Mrs. Harry Hartshorn, t Mrs. W. L. Davies, Mrs. Joseph r English, Mrs. Ernest Dave and .Mrs. Arthur K. Aud. Publicity, Anthony. N. Lanz and Mrs. Albert'T. Lowe; checking, Marion T. Tuthill, and members of Crusade Patrol. . The above committees are asked to be present at a meeting Monday night '. of next week at 8 o'clock in the Temple. '. 0 0 0 Party Given At Thomas Home Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Thomas, Rich - mont Street, recently entertained at home, honoring their guests, Miss Dcria Griffiths, Rotorua. New Zealand, and her uncle, John Gittins, Birmingham, Birmingham, England. Present - were: Mr. and Mrs. William G. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Arja Thomas and son, Warren; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sullivan, Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Arja Griffiths and daughter, Elizabeth; Mrs. Ernest Jones, Mrs. Albert Snyder, Virginia, Alfred and Doris Thomas and Elizabeth Elizabeth Griffiths Mr. Gittins and Miss Griffiths have left tor a visit in Wilmington, Del., and New York, and will sail for Liverpool Liverpool Saturday morning on the S. S. Corinthia. o o o Delphian Club Has Meeting The Electric Delphian Club met la the Chamber of Commerce recently. Mrs. D. E. Carpenter presided. Mrs. M. A. Walker presented "The Business Cycle," and talks were given by Mrs. S. S. York, who spoke on ."Banking, Credit and Money," and Mrs. R. P. Hamilton, who spoke on "Alaska." 0 0 0 Helen Devine Honored at Party Honoring Miss Helen Devine, Harrison Harrison Avenue, a bride - elect, Miss Dorothy Dorothy H. Grey, Locust Street, recently entertained eight guests at a bridge dinner in the Dietrich. 0 0 0 . Margaret Ferguson To Be Honced In compliment to Miss Margaret Ferguson, a bride - elect. Misses Madeline and Mae Morahan, Clay Avenue, will entertain tonight. Saturday Saturday night, Misses Mary Healey and Bertha Kin?, Grove Street. Dunmore. will entertain for Miss Ferguson. 0 0 0 Wilson Club To Give Tea The Wilson College Club of Scran - ton will entertain at tea Saturday afternoon, afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, in the Century Century Club. Invitations have been issued issued to alumnae of this section, undergraduates undergraduates of the college, and prospective prospective students. Miss Margaret Diseut, registrar at the college will be guest speaker. Miss Helen Kiesel will be hostess, assisted by members of the club. 0 0 0 Mrs. Fuller Gives Dinner Mrs. Warren L. Fuller, Electric Street, entertained at dinner last evening' evening' at home, honoring Miss Katharine Katharine E. Mullen, Taylor Avenue, bride - elect. The guests numbered eight. 0 0 0 Theta Phi Lambda Holds Meeting ' The Theta Phi Lambda .Sorority met recently at the home of Miss Florence Rubel, Dickson City, and made plans tar a formal dance, to be held In June. Miss Janice Tevlin was named chairman - of arrangements, and Is Mnf assisted by Miss Ethel Cohen, Miss Charlotte Papier, Miss Lilyan Cohen and Miss Florence Rubel. Married Vv Mrs. James P. Cruckshank Jr., who before her marriage yesterday, was Miss Ann Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson, North Sumner Avenue. The ceremony took place at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. In the Simpson M. E. Church Parsonage, Parsonage, the Rev. Jesse L. Wilson, offi ciating. The couple will reside at 834 North Sumner Avenue, upon their return return from a trip to New York. W.C.T.U. to Hold Regional Conference Fifth Annual Sessions to Be Held May 14 and 15 in Honesdale Church The Northeastern group of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will hold its fifth annual regional con ference May 14 and 15 in the Hones - dale Methodist Cfturcn, witn miss Helen Hartley, Chinchilla, as confer ence chairman. Delegates from the unions In ten counties in the organization will be present at the two - day session, which will be addressed by Mrs. H. A. Dim - lich, this city, president of the Lacka wanna county W. C. T. U. The report of th; regional treasurer, Mrs. Fannie Trask, Honesdale, will be given, and committee reports and resolutions will feature the sessions. Plans will be discussed for the cele bration of the golden jubilee of the Lackawanna County W. C. T. U., which will be held the last week of ine in Elm Park Church, with the Central City Union, of which Mrs. John A. Perkins is president, as hostess. hostess. Nurses' Post To Meet Tomorrow Gladys Watkins Post. No. .550. American Legion, will meet tomorrow night, at 8 o'clock, in the Chamber of Commerce. Yeomanettes are eli gible for membership, and the "post will accept all applications for veterans' veterans' compensation. Saengerrunde Ladies Will Cohvene Tonight The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Scran - ton Saengerrunde will meet tonight, at 8 o'clock, in the clubrooms, 631 Prospect Avenue. Civic League To Meet Tonight The parliamentary law department of the Italian - American Women's Civic League will meet tonight, at 8 o'clock, in the Chamber of Commerce. Temple Sisterhood To Meet Today Mrs. William Katz is chairman of the program committee for the meet - , ing of the Sisterhood of the Madison Avenue Temple, this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in the temple. Miss Peggy Brown, president of the youth group, will give a short story, and Miss Eleanor Dinner will present a monologue. monologue. Women Voters To Meet Today League of Women Voters will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce. The program for the coming months will be planned. Mrs. Scragg Entertains Board Mrs. Harold A. Scragg, president of the Y. W. C. A., was hostess to members members of the board of directors and members of her staff of the association, association, at a buffet luncheon yesterday at her - borne on - Taylor Avenue. Spring flowers were used in decorating. decorating. Following the luncheon the monthly meeting of the board was held. Democratic Club To Meet Tonight The Eleanor Roosevelt Democratic Women's Club will meet tonight at 8:30 o'clock at 325 Jefferson Avenue, with Mrs. Elizabeth Duffy' presiding. St. Luke's Women ' To Meet Tomorrow Women of St. Luke's Church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the parish house. Mrs. C. P. Wynne will preside. Cadet Mothers Postpone Meeting Because of Holy Week, the meetings meetings of the Cathedral Cadet Mothers' Club, scheduled for next Friday night, will be held tomorrow night in the clubhouse; B. P. W. Board To Meet Tonight The executive board of the Business and Professional Women's Club, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the Chamber of Commerce, Welsh Dinner To Be Served At T Tonight Education Committee of Association Is Sponsoring Nationality Party. A Welsh dinner and program will be given, tonight in Piatt - Woolworth Auditorium of the Y. W. C. A., under the auspices of the education committee committee of the "Y". of which Miss Anne Reynolds is chairman.' - The dinner will begin at 6 o'clock, and a typical . Welsh menu will be served. Mrs. Ely Harris, Mrs. T. Scran - ton Williams and Mrs. A. B. Warman are in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Ralph B. Williams heads the decoration committee, and a Welsh room Is to be the stage setting. Following the dinner, there will be a program of Welsh music, with the following taking part: Ethel Jones Jenkins, contralto soloist; Lenore Reese, soprano soloist; Ada Lovering, violinist; violinist; Mrs. W. S. Davis, panist; Arthur Williams, readings. Mrs. Russell D. Morgan is chairman of the program committee. Members of the Junior Welsh Society of Lackawanna County will assist Mrs. Robert Schulta in serving, serving, i Members of the committee assisting Miss Reynolds, include: Mrs. T. Scran - ton Williams, Mrs. Ralph B. Williams, Mrs. A. B. Warman, Mrs. Dickson Kays, Mrs. Gerald B. Payne, Mrs. W. C. Price Jr., Mrs. Gerard Williams, Mrs. Ely Harris, Mrs. J. F. K. Brown, Mrs. Paul Maxey, Mrs. Winder Keating, Mrs. John O. MacLean and Mrs. - Russell Morgan. The public Is invited to attend, ooo Housers Entertain For Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Houser, North Lincoln Avenue, recently entertained entertained at home, honoring yieir daughter, Marilyn, who celebrated her ninth bithday anniversary. Present were: Carol Caduggan, Lois Mattern, Marilyn Richards, Betty Bean, Alice Rainey, Marjorie Dyer, Elizabeth Deacon, Deacon, Dorothy Lees, Jean Feeney, Dorothy Smith, Carlton Houser and Robert Deacon. 0 0 0 Couple Observes Silver Wedding , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis, North Main Street, Archbald, recently celebrated celebrated their silver wedding anniversary, anniversary, with a dinner party at home. Spring flowers were used in decorating. decorating. The couple was married in West Scranton, March 29, .1911. by the Rev. David Jones, then pastor of the Welsh Congregational Church. Mr. Lewis has been employed as electrical electrical foreman at Gravity Slope Colliery, Colliery, Hudson Coal Company, for the past eighteen years. Present at the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. George Pritchard, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stewart, Glenn Pritchard. Jeannette Evans, Jermyn; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lindi, Mr. and Mrs. Frances O'Rourke, Mr. and Mrs Harry Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McHale, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linderman, Mr. and Mrs. John Durkin Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laggner, Mrs. Clara Gerbig, Belle Myers," Archbald; Mr. and Mrs. Brindley Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pioskonka, Peckville; Mr. and Mrs. James Richards. Blakely; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nealon, Throop; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Evans, Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. Reese Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Effner Davis, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Louth, Mr. and Mrs. Alford Gyr, Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turgess, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reiner, Mr. and Mrs. William Humphreys, Mrs. Robert Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. David Davis, Chester Cammer, M. Mozelle, Maude Haddock and Irene Clemens, this city. 0 0 0 Elm Park Women To Meet Tomorrow Women of Elm Park will meet tomorrow tomorrow afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, in the assembly room of the church house. Mrs. John Gowdy, wife of Bishop Gowdy, Foochow, China, will be the speaker, and Miss Etta Mal - lonee will lead devotions. Miss Florence Florence Owens will preside. Tea will follow, in the clubrooms of the church. On Committee f x - Miss Jane Mecca Is a member of the committee arranging for the annual post - Lenten dance of St. Anthony's Blessed Virgin Sodality, to be held April 23, in the church school auditorium. ersonals Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Chapman, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., were the recent recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Purdy, Dalton, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Joseph L. Chapman, Clarks Summit. George Book. Sanderson Avenue; John Richards, Bryn Mawr Street; C. Solomon, Myrtle Street, were among the Scrantonians in New York for the week - end.' Mrs Wortley B. Hughes, Wyoming Avenue, had as her recent guest, Miss Jean Patterson, Philadelphia. .Frank Hatfield, a student at Har vard University, is spending the Spring vacations with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Lyon Hatfield, South Blakely Street, Dunmore. David Conroy, a student at Harvard University, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Conroy, Clarks Green. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Machler, New ton Road, have returned from Havana. Cuba, and Miami, Fla. . Theodore L. Mears, a student at Cornell University, is spending his Spring vacation at his home. Clay Avenue. Miss Leah Sahm, student at Cor nell University, is spending the Spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sahm, 1506 Linden Street. Miss Katherine Gilboy, Beech Street, has returned from New York. Marriage Licenses Chester Rosser. Wilkes - Barre: Ruth Williams, lfu2 South Main Avenue. Louis Rognoni, Jessup; Jennie Stella, Peckville. Joseph Roque, 716 Bundy Street; Mary Natis, 716 Bundy Street. Relief Guild To Give Party The Scranton Relief Guild will hold a desert card party at 1 o'clock this afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. J. Oakes, 624 East Market street. Pro ceeds will be turned over to the Red Cross. Junior League To Meet Tonight A special meeting of the Catholic Junior League will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the Mercy Hospital Nurses' Home. Eleanor Clark, president, president, will preside. New England Women to Meet Mrs. G. J. Berlinghof and Mrs. J. Farnham Mears will be hostesses for the meeting of Scranton Colony, National National Society of New England Women, to be held Wednesday afternoon of next week at 2:30 o'clock in the Century Century Club. Of all the couples married In Ger many during the last eight years, 40 per cent are childless. ys - - il - ill - , Alice Scanlon 428 SPRUCE STREET , ONEW SUITS FOR EASTER O NEW EASTER DRESSES for Street, Afternoons, Dinner and Eveningt Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Styles ... of course we do reWaving! and with ZOTO'S . . . M machine! No electricity! The new itraight hair that grows in after ' permanent permanent ... at nape of neck ... a few curls . . at the part of a few waves. Mary Lawless Zotot - Lieented Permanent Wave Salon 220 Scranton Life BIdf. PHONE 066 Senior Hadassah Officers Elected Mrs. Max Arzt Renamed President of Group at Meeting in Y. M. H. A. Mrs. Max Arrt was unanimously reelected reelected prrsident of the Scranton Chapter of Senior Hadassah at a meeting yesterday afternoon in the y. m. H. A. Mrs. Anthony Sohiff, chairman of' the nominating committee, committee, presented ths slate of officers. Others named were: vice - presidents, Mrs. Irving Mack. Mrs. M. Gross and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff; recording secretary, secretary, Mrs. Samuel Katz; corresponding corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. Farber; treasurer, Mrs. I. Jacobs. Rabbi Victor Eppstein was guest speaker, and a musical program of Palestinian, songs was presented by Mrs. Harry Elkin and Miss Esther May Shapiro. Mrs. M. Bresch was in charge of the program. Tea was served with Mrs. M. Jurkovits and Mrs. M. Isaacs in charge. Etiquette, Social Culture Problems Questions dealing with etiquette and social culture will be answered In this column dally. 8end your questions to Naldah Row. oare of The Scranton Re - f ublican. For class or private Instruction Instruction In personality development and tootal culture caU Mrs. Ross, 4 - 5680. Dear Naldah Ross: I would appreciate your answering the following questions for me: 1. Whose name is mentioned first, when introducing a girl friend to mine to another girl friend? . 2. When introducing my mother to a lady whom I know. 3. When Introducing' my boy friend to another boy. 4. When introducing a young man to an old gentleman and an old gentleman and an old woman. I hope I have not asked too many questions. Sincerely, M. P.. D. ANSWER 1. There is no preference as to which name you mention first if both your friends are about the same age. 2. In this case you mention the older person's name first. Here again there is no preference. 4. In this case you mention the names of the elderly people first. . WW4 Nearby Store: WIXKES - BABB IN PATENTS, SUEDES, GABARDINES IN BLUE, ft ( V BROWN, BEIGE, LONDON TAN, BLACK ? It took endless energy and skill to identify these sue - , - , UX V I cesses for you - separate them from the many "would ' U l V ' be" fashions. But depend on it, every one is a VERIFIED M XY - H7"1 V Easter hit that the smartest women will be wearing. Not " V ' "1 guesswork. The' work of the only authentic Verified II II - VSs. Fashion Service offered by any shoe retailer. j ''' lx.stKTet A V 11$ . ' i llYU l ' '':" ' fnlMaiklaaart, fl ' I ' : ' Y" V'U f ' ' Arranges Dance 5 r.vr fV;VV.' Mrs. Arthur Lunney, is an - active member of the committee arranging for the annual card party and dance, for the benefit of the Passlonist Nuns, to be held April 20, In Town Hall. Dr. Hugh Findlayv Will Speak Here Dr. Hugh Flndlay, professor of landscape landscape architecture at Columbia University, University, will be guest speaker at the meeting of the garden department of the Century Club next Monday afternoon, afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in the clubhouse. His subject will be "Shrines In Oar - dens and for the Roadside." Mrs. J. Curtiss Piatt, chairman of the department, department, will preside. Dr. Findlay is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Architects, and has spoken at the Century Club many times in the past few years. . At the close of the meeting, tea will be served. A - S - BECK THI SHOI flACI 0 IHI NATION 1 419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE ,. (NEAR WASHINGTON) Cana Shrine Has Annual Banquet Mrs. Anna Dahl, Kingston, Is Guest of Honor at Affair Affair in Hotel Holland Ctna Shrine, No. it Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem, entertained at a banquet last night in Hotel Holland, honoring Mrs. Anna J. Dahl, Kingston, deputy supreme worthy high priestess. Mrs. Elizabeth O. Smith presided as toastmaster, and Mrs. May Shaffer was chairman of arrangements. Harry Madden led group singing and Miss Catherine Heldt was pianist. Short talks were given by Mrs. Dahl and Mrs. Alice Eynon, worthy high priestess. Cards and bingo followed the dinner, which was attended by fifty members. Seated at the speakers' table were: Mrs. Dahl, Mrs. Alice Eynon. David Eynon, Mrs. May Shaffer, noble prophetess; Jack Shaffer, Margaret Swingle, Elisabeth O. Smith, Carrie Sikofsky, Florence Kline and Mrs. Blodwen Snyder, all past worthy high priestesses. A color scheme of yellow and white, Vith yellow and white Spring flowers was used in decorating. Births GIBBS To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Qibbs, 602 Wyoming Avenue, a son, March 30, at the Hahnemann Hospital. Hospital. ROCERETO To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Joseph F. Rocereto, 1334 Wyoming Avenue, Avenue, a daughter, March 30, at the Mercy Hospital. Wilkes - Barre. f r - rujo K Dyes, SMALL SERVICES 35c 3 for $1 Committee Head r - :';:llSIIilii, f! Miss Catherine Cavanaugh is chair man of the decoration committee for the annual Spring dance of the Holy Name of Mary Sodality of the Church of the Nativity, to be held Friday night, April 24, in the school auditorium. Assisting Assisting her are: Misses Gertrude Brady, Ruth Finnegan, Annette Silverwise, Margaret Donnelly, Rose Mary Cavanaugh, Cavanaugh, Catherine Calpln, Florence Mc - Gee, Louise Re ill, Helen Wren, Mary Lawless, Mary Fennessy, Mabel Kel - leher, Jean Boland, Betty Regan, Ethel Costello, Greta Gormley, Mary Lena - han, Marion McLean, June Fallon. Mary Rellly and Helen Folan. 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