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A I - 4 6 " THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1936 7 P. 0. Clerks' Ladies' Group To Hold Party i Mrs. McGoldrick Is Chairman Chairman of Dinner J5ance April 21 at Elks', Club. Mrs. Vincent McGoldrick is general Chairman of arrangements for the din ner dance to be held Tuesday night, April 21, in the Elks' Club, by the Woman's Auxiliary to Local No. 101, . National Federation of Post Office . Clerks. There will be a program of enter - ' talnment during the evening. Tickets . may be obtained from Mrs. Alan Sweet. All committees are requested to meet Wednesday night, in the Chamber of i Commerce, at 8 o'clock, to complete ; plans for the party. Assisting Mrs. McGoldrick are the ' following: Mesdames J. Walsh, P. I Wright, J. Cawley, E. Pollock, J. Mc - Goldrick, F. McCann, C. Jones, F. : O'Malley, J. Hall, R. Williams, N. Keating. J. Hannon, J. Kennedy, E. Blackwell, M. Davis, E. Erickson, J. Crozier, L. Rollin, S. Shimmerhorn, J. Ruddy, T. Nicholas. F. Fannucci, F. ' Stoyack, H. Dalson, F. Woodward, J. I Mazaleski, A. Coalick, E. Jenkins, R. . : - Roberts, E. Setzer and Miss Josephine Keating. 0 0 0. .. '. Gertrude Thomas 1 I Weds Leon Hopkins A pretty Easter wedding was solemnized solemnized Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock, when Miss Gertrude Thomas, s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas, 814 Mylert Avenue, became (. the bride of Leon Hopkins, son of Mrs. Myrtle Hopkins, 129 Morris Court. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. N. White, pastor of the i Market Street Methodist Church, at the home of the bride's parents. ' The bride wore a gown of blue taf - . feta and carried ay bouquet of snap . dragons. Mrs. William Davis, maid of honor, was attired in a gown of pink ?' taffeta, with accesories to match, and - carried gladiolas and snap dragons. , William Davis was best man. After the ceremony a reception and (upper was held at the bride's home. i Among the guests were: Mr. and Mrs. George Gisner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodge, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swine - burne, Mr. and Mrs. 'James Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ackerson, Mr. "r and Mrs. Fred Carter, Mr. and Mrs. ; David Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Locker, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fawcett, Mr. and ,f Mrs. Kenneth W. Stigner, Miss Nan ; Wilcox and Mrs. Reginald Shaw. ; After a wedding trip to New York, the couple will make their home at 1814 Meylert Avenue. ' - ooo Mrs. White Honored at Party A farewell banquet ano. party was , held in the board room of the Y. W. f C. A. recently, honoring Mrs. Nicholas j White, who will leave soon to reside In Wilkes - Barre. In charge of the affair were: Ruth Cook, Edith Mitch - ' inson, Mrs. Kathryn Schumacher and ' Mrs. Winifred Soulsby. Present were: : Mesdames Bernice Evans, Winifred Soulsby. Margaret Hughes, Mary Cook, Elizabeth Roberts, Eleanor Mor - ' gan, Kathryn Schumacher, Doris s Boyle, Alberta Tamblyn and Misses Ann Scott, Helen Becker, Lucy ; Charlesworth, Edith Mltchinson, Ruth . Cook, Angeline slowther, Ruth Becker, Lois Brain, Dorothy Scott, and the guest of honor. l " 0 0 0 , Mary Mackin "f Gives Bridge Tea ' Miss liary Mackin, Nineteenth Avenue, entertained at a bridge sea Saturday afternoon in the Dietrich, . honoring Miss Catherine Mullen, a bride - elect. Spring flowers were used t in decorating the tea table. Mrs. William William Lynott, this city, and Miss Alice j Mackin, Rochester, N. Y., poured. There were seventeen guests. 1 0 0 0 . Mrs. Miller To Entertain ; Mrs. Theodore Miller, Penn Avenue, will be hostess to members of her club Wednesday afternoon at home, ooo Delta Iota Pi To Hold Dance r Members of 'the Delta Iota PI 2 Sorority made plans for the second annual semiformal dance to be held , at the Green Ridge Club on Wednes - l day night, April 22, at a recent meeting meeting at the home of Miss Dorothy , Burke, 908 Luzerne Street. Following the business discussion, ; refreshments were served. Present were: Helen Gibbons, Kathleen Noone, Mary Jennings, Margaret Calpin, Peg . McHale, Thersina Campbell, Marion ) Dwyer, Margaret Barrett and the 4 hostess. ooo I Mildred Jones to Wed Edwin D. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, 11 27 Ey - - ron Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mildred, and Ed - win D. Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snyder, 1402 Academy Street. J No date has been set for the wedding. 0 0 0 r Helen Valvano To Wed I. Nardozza Miss Helen Valvano, Ridge Street, fill become the bride of Leonard Nar - dozza, East Pine Street, Dunmore, ; the morning of April 18 at 9:30 o'clock - In St. Rocco's Church, Dunmore. Miss ' Mary Paolettl will be maid of honor, and John Nicholas will be best man. 0 0 0 ' Syrian Society i To Hold Party I The Syrian Women's Society will entertain at a card party and dance ; Wednesday night, in the B. B. S. Ball - ' room, Lafayette Street. Mrs. Alma Abood, president of the society, is in .' charge of the affair. Playing will begin at 8:30 o'clock. More than 100 ' prizes will be awarded for high scores, " and there will also be door and non - player awards. 1933 Women's Club To Meet Tomorrow 1 The 1933 Women's Political Progressive Progressive Club of Lackawanna County will meet tomorrow night, at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Samuel Block, 1819 Vine Street. Miss Mary Miller, superintendent of ths Day Nursery will be the speaker. Mrs. Lawrence 'i m ill m i Photo by Hornbker Mrs. Julian Lawrence, the former Miss Mary A. Schumm, Clarks Summit, whose marriage took place Saturday. Tournament For Bridge Players Opens on June 5 Nationally Known Di rector to Be in Charge Of Huge Duplicate Contract Affair This city is to be the scene of one of the largest duplicate contract bridge tournaments in its history on June S, 6 and 7, according to plans announced yesterday by Ralph A. Ammerman, chairman of the executive committee, who has Just received word from Russell Russell J. Baldwin, tournament director of the American Bridge League, that he can be here on those dates to direct the affair. Mr. Baldwin is probably the outstanding director in the coun try and his services can be obtained only for large regional affairs. National master points are to be awarded in two of the events, and this factor undoubtedly will draw players from Binghamton, Ithaca, (Syracuse, Reading, Philadelphia and other cities who are anxious to play in matches where these points are awarded. The schedule calls for a women's pair game on the afternoon of June S in one session. That evening a mixed pair game in one session will be held and on June 6 the high spot of the match will be the open pair game in two sessions afternoon and evening for which the winners each will be awarded national master points, as will the runnersup. On the final day the team - of - four match will be held in two sessions. In addition to trophies for winners and runnersup in the various events four permanent trophies are to be placed in competition under rules to be announced later. The setting up of these permanent trophies assures this event to this city for another year or two at least. Present plans call for holding the matches in the Scranton Club, whose entries will be received, as well as from members of the tournament executive committee. Members of the tournament execa tive committee are: H. Huber Bosco - witz, New York, president of the American Bridge League; C. F. Walt - man, Reading; Howard Foster, Wilkes - Barre, and Ralph A. Ammerman, C. B. Little, Morris Lawrence, W. W. Coston Jr., E. H. Martin, R. L. Jewett, Joseph Coyne, Arthur Reynolds, Valentine Fine, Charles H. Welles III and Harold Hallet, this city. Mary Schumm Weds Julian Lawrence - The marriage of Miss Mary Adelaide Adelaide Schumm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Slocum, Clarks Summit, and Julian Richard Lawrence, Clarks Summit, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Hamlin, took place Saturday Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Church of the Epiphany, Glen burn. The Rev. Edward G. McCance, rector, performed the ceremony. Miss Schumm was given in mar - H riage by her father and wore a bridal gown of white satin, made on Empire lines, with high cowl neck, long tight sleeves and short train. Her veil of tulle fell from a Juliet cap and she carried gardenias and llllies - of - the - valley. Mrs. Bruce Ritter, a sister of the bride, was her only attendant, and wore a gown of shell pin klace, made with fitted skirt and short jacket. Her large hat was of blue lace and she carried pink roses and gerbera tied in blue. Thomas Francis was Mr. Lawrence's best man. The ushers were Bruce Ritter and Gene Da vies. A reception followed at the parish house. After a wedding trip to Atlantic Atlantic City, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence will reside in Clarks Summit. Music at the reception was furnished furnished by the Syrean Trio, comprised of Bertha Sylvester, pianist; Jeanette Reese, violinist, and Howard Anthony, cellist. Among those who entertained for the bride were: Mrs. Elmer Slocum, mother of the bride, who entertained at dinner for the bridal party Wednesday Wednesday evening; Mrs. Charles Harford, Clarks Summit, entertained last Monday Monday evening; Mrs. John Archbald, this city, and Mrs. John Williams, Vand - ling, entertained at a shower; Mrs; D. Z. Miller, Clarks Summit, entertained at dinner; Mrs. Bruce Ritter, Dalton, entertained at a bridge luncheon; Miss Edith Cairns Clarks Summit, entertained entertained at a bridge shower; Miss Patricia Patricia Young, Clarks Summit, entertained entertained at a bridge shower, and Mrs. Elbridge Fuller, . Chinchilla, entertained entertained at a bridge shower. ooo. Relief Guild To Meet Today s A luncheon meeting of the Scran ton Relief Guild will be held today, at 12:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Julia Parsons, Madison Avenue College Alumnae To Hold Benefit Party April 18 Scranton - Keystone Group Plan Affair for Saturday in Scranton Residence. The Scranton - Keystone Junior Col lege Alumnae will hold a card party oulutubj evening, April 10 iu wic Scranton home, 4 Ridge Row. The party will begin at 2:15 o'clock. Following Following cards, refreshments will be served. The party will be a benefit toward the purchase price of . the "Christy" Mathewson playing field given the col - i. i..f k - k - - i..w, - .. m. field will be dedicated as part of the commencement day ceremonies June 10. Reservations may - be made with Mrs. W. Rowland Davies, 2 - 4306, who is co - chairman of the committee ar ranging the affair. The other co - chairman is Mrs. Willis G. Jones, also of this city. Players are requested to bring their own cards. There will 03 a prize for each table. In addition to Mesdames Davies and Jones, members of the alumnae committee committee In charge of the party are: Mesdames Darwin L. Gardner, Byron S. Hollinshead, Mabel Chase Seamans, S. S. Watson, R. D. Richardson, D. J. Reese, George Haak, Richard Evans, George Earl Sutherland, Russell E. Clark, Wilbur L. Williams, and Alfred M. Vail, and Miss Helen McCain. oo - o Lithuanian Girls To Conduct Dance The first semiformal dance of the Lithuanian Girls' Club of the Y., W. C. A. will be held the night of May IS, In the Elks' Club. Miss Ann Stucka is chairman of arrangements, and Miss Frances Kaskin is cochalr - man. Assisting committees include: Patrons committee, Marlon Strigus, Betty Stucka, Ann Peridney, Lena Venis and Adella Green; programs, Frances Stankevich, Anna Galenas Frances Baisavage; reception, Ann Peredney, Matilda Wavagaitis, Ann Marklotz and Ann Balunis; music, Lena Venis; publicity, Helen Getz, Frances Keela and Ann Burke; tickets, Mildred Karpus, Jule Warback, Peggy Sedla, Mrs. A. Peredney, Frances Kella, Ann Mack and Leona Gilbert; flowers, Alba Vandell. Aldona Supron. 0 0 0 Isabel Schultz Weds John Lee Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz, Babylon, L. I., announce the marriage of their daughter, Isabel Ruth, and John Luce Lee, son of Mrs. Helen Luce Lee, Madison Madison Avenue, this city, which took place Saturday morning in the Jones Memorial Memorial Chapel of Elm Park Church. The Rsv. Eugene M. Pierce, performed the ceremony. Attendants were Miss Marion Schultz and G. Frederick Smith. The bride wore an ensemble of cinnamon cinnamon brown, with matching accessories accessories and corsage of roses. Her maid of honor, was attired in a blue ensemble ensemble with accessories to match, and corsage of Spring flowers. After a wedding trip to Washington, D. C, the couple will reside at 1425 Wyoming Avenue. 0 0 0 Young Women Plan Easter Program A special Easter program has been prepared for the regular meeting of the Y. W. I. A. which will be held at the clubrooms tomorrow night at 8 o'clock, Mrs. Luther Freeman will preside. An egg contest for boys and another another for girls will be a special feature, feature, with prizes for the winners; Irene Lord will sing "I'm Putting all My Eggs In One Basket." An egg hunt for members will follow. Miss Millie Rinaldi to chairman of arrangements for the affair, assisted by the following committee: Miss Lena Ferrario, Mrs. Carl Colangelo and Miss Rose Penetar. ooo Catherine McDonnell To Wed James Grace Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gibbons. North Main Avenue, announce the approach ing marriage of their niece, Miss Catherine McDonnell, formerly of Archbald, and James A. Grace, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Grace, Mon - roeton, Pa., which will take place the morning of April 24 in St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Archbald. Miss Rose McDonnell will be her sister's maid of honor, and Mark McDonnell, a brother of the bride - elect, will attend Mr. Grace as best man. ooo Mrs. Friedewald To Give Reading Mrs. Salo Friedewald will read "Life With Father," by Clarence Day, Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, in St. John's Lutheran Church, under the auspices of the Young Women's Club of the churen. 0 0 0 Prof. K. L. Perry, supervising prin cipal, will be the speaker at the meeting meeting of the Mothers' Club of the Clarks Green - Clarks Summit High School Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the Abington Women's Club. A "quest box" forum will follow. The High School Orchestra, directed by Pearl Hartman, will play, and a piano solo will be given by Dorcas Newcomer. Tea will be served. 0 0 0 The Gold Star Chapter, American War Mothers, will meet tomorrow aft ernoon at 2 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. with Mrs. Agnes Heme presiding. Announcing New Location Clemen's Wall Paper Co. (Mohican Basement)' 115 ! WASH. AVE. Special Low Prices ' To Make New easterner! Room Lots Sidewall and Border at 09 c up Silk Topper and Sleeveless Frock Take Back Seat on Gloomy Easter .... ' t Thousands Gather at Places of Worship to Watch the Avenue s Annual Fashion Parade . By SETH M0SELET NEW YORK. April 12 UP). The silk topper and the sleeveless frock bowed to raincoat and muffler today as New York witnessed Its first "gloomy Sun - 1 day on Easter in 12 years. Fog shrouded the spires of St. Patrick's Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue and intermittent drizzles ' dampened the flowers' and finery of thousands who : ...thar.il niitebt nl&ce of worxhln to th. .enue. annual fashion " ' , .,. Within St. Patrick s, pretty girls In LtV i ' T '"'7' J. 11C1C WC1 C 9U1U6 wnf vuvwj nviuvu in smart, gray tailored suits and their escorts In conventional Easter attire cutaway, striped trousers and ascot tie. But the majority preferred comfort to vanity. . There was more fun than fashion. Shivering stylists outside St. Patrick's, focal point of the parade, had little to choose between when bare - chested Indians from the circus and the 18 silk - topped "disciples" of urban Ledoux ("Mr. Zero"), self - appointed apostle of the poor, strolled by. At 53rd Street, a regal - looking cocker spaniel appropriately turned out in a red - and - .brown raincoat kept a watchful eye on the crowd pouring out of a nearby St. Thomas' Episcopal Church. Even "Dan O'Brien," king of the hobos, drew the crowd's attention. On Park Avenue, where the best - dressed women were seen, a silk - topped radio announcer strolled back and forth in front of St. Bartholomew's Church, a complete radio transmitter under his topper. It was a stunt, and he considered it a good one. Under a leather belt encircling his cutaway was, hidden a power plant for a tiny broadcasting station. This fashion ersonals Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baker, Wyoming Avenue, have returned from New York. . Mrs. Ludwig F. Weichel, Jefferson Avenue, Dunmore, has returned from New York. - . . Miss Mary B. Chase, Division Street, spent several days in New York last week. . Mr. and Mrs. C. P. O'Malley, Clay Avenue, are in Atlantic City. Richard J. Williams, South Hydo Park Avenue, is in New York. Miss Melita B. Landau and Mi&s Ida E. Branker, this city, were in New York for the week - end. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Joseph, Qulncj Avenue, spent several days last week in New York. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Littell, Miss E. S. Littell and G. B. Littell Jr, this city, are spending several days in New York Clyde A. Collins, a senior at Lehigh University, Is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins, Columbia Street. Miss Marion Schultz,' a senior al Central High School, is spending the holidays with her parents on Long Island, N. Y. Miss Roberta Emmons, a student a: Wells College, spent the week - end with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Peter K. Emmons, Olive Street. Miss Mary Dunn, 915 Roland Avenue, Avenue, spent the week - end in Philadelphia Philadelphia as the guest of Miss Helen Reap. Miss Mary Chase' has retumea home from New York where stv visited Miss Catherine Doud, formerly of this city. Miss Margaretta Belin, a student at Bryn Mawr College, is spending the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. d'A. Belin, Waverly. Miss Elizabeth Roberts and Miss Gladys Roberts, Electric Street, are in Mt. Vernon, N. Y., for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Healy, Clarks Summit, who have been spending the Winter at Daytona Beach, will remain In Florida for the Summer. Miss Doris Levy, North Webster Avenue, spent the week - end in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Hug, Pres - cott Avenue, have returned from Florida, where they spent the Winter. Tom Brislin and James and Frank O'Hora, students at Penn State College, College, are spending the Easter holidays at their homes in tms city. Mrs. Phillip H. Warren, Electric Street, is visiting In RockvUle Center and Mt. Vernon, N. Y. " . Mrs. Howard Griffin, North Webster Avenue. Is ill at her home. Mrs. Martin McGuire and son, Thomasr ' Clay Avenue, Dunmore, are visiting Mrs. Joseph B. Whalen, Nor - ristown. . Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Anderson, Read ing Road, have returned from New York. Miss Jane Williams, New York, Is spending the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams, Mulberry Mulberry Street. Miss Frances Sanders, Preston Street, is convalescing at her home, following a recent illness. Mrs. H. C. Wetjen, Sanderson Avenue, Avenue, has returned from New York. Dr. and Mrs. Clyde L. Mattas, Taylor Taylor Avenue, spent the past few days in Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bonner, Clay Avenue, had as their week - end guests, Capt. Clinton Blankenshlp and Lieut, and Mrs. Patrick A. Hayes, Flinton, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Steele and sons, Tommy and Jimmy, Madison CLEANING PRICES REDUCED s.oo NOW " 9xl Ft. Cleaned and Shampooed Scranton if RUG n arbiter operated under a frequency of 270,ooo,Doo (C) cycles. Navy blue predominated among the women; the dark gray striped suit for the men. A majority of the best dressed women wore suits, and hats sporting bouquets of flowers or bunches of vegetables. Gladys Swarthout, the singer, was unique in a navy blue crepe bolero frock witn gray blouse, a Puritan cape, ana a broaa - brunmed gray hat. Princess Rosplgllosi, the former Laura Stallo of Cincinnati, was on Fifth Avenue In a black flower silk printed crepe fro with a fox scarf. Occupying his usual place in a front pew at St. Patrick's was former Gov ernor Alfred E. Smith with his wife and son, Alfred Jr. Smith wore cutaway. Mayor and Mrs. Fiorello La Guardia were among the 4,000 parishioners at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine The Mayor came in business suit and his familiar wide - brimmed black hat. Not more than a dozen of the men in the congregation held silk hats, Judging from its frequent appear ance, the most popular Easter "boa - net" was the black baku with a shallow crown and wide brim. Women favored ( the black Oxford, men the long - her aided tan shoe, One of the smartest dressed women was Mrs. Sea ton Gales, socially proml nent matron, who wore a Persian lamb cape, a black wool crepe dress, with a bouquet of velvet flowers atop her hat matching another cluster at her throat. A wide mesh veil completed the costume. It was an Easter crowd that for once had left its finery home and had gone to church to listen and not to see. Lowering skies spoiled the fashion parade, but they failed to thin the crowds intent on ending the days of Lent at church, Avenue, spent the week - end in Washington, Washington, D. C, the guests of Major Harry Aurand, of the Army War Col lege. Misses Alice Shepherd, Richmont Street, and Ann Williams, Electric Street, are spending several weeks In Florida. . Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Kelly, Monroe Avenue, are visiting Mrs. Joseph McCann, Flushing, L. I. Mrs. William J. Robertson, Colfax Avenue, has returned from her home, "Greenfield," Botetourt County, . Va, where she was called by the death of her mother. Mrs. Thomas Sprague, Clay Avenue, will return May 1 from Florida, where she has been spending the Winter. Miss Margaret Oettinger, North Web ster Avenue, is spending some time In Baltimore, Md. Miss Marlon Oettin ger spent the week - end in New York. Mrs. Elizabeth Burnett, Welsh Home, Green Ridge, spent the Easter holidays with friends at Lansford, pa, Mrs. Hannah Phillips, Welsh Home, Green Ridge, is visiting her daughter, daughter, Mrs. Trevor Morgan, Nanticoke. Robert Thomas, a student at Uni versity of Pennsylvania, is spending the Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Thomas, North Hyde Park Avenue. Hannah Derr Bride Of Joseph A. LaCoe Miss Hannah Derr, R.N., daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Derr, Susque hanna, and Joseph A. LaCoe, son of Mr. and Mrs. William LaCoe, Clarks Summit, were married at 3:30 o'clock on Saturday afternoon in Evangelical Lutheran Church, Archbald. The Rev. Levi Yiengst, pastor, officiated. The attendants were Frances Ed' wards and Lawrence Blesecker, Mos cow. Miss Derr is a graduate nurse of the Mosesg Taylor Hospital. Mr. LaCoe, the West Scranton correspond ent of The Republican, graduated from Muhlenburg College in 1935. They will make their home at 116 Newton Road. ooo ; Dames of Malta Hold Installation Scranton Sisterhood, No. 35, Dames of' Malta installed officers recently with Mrs. Mary Canterbury in charge. Those inducted were: Queen, Mrs. Francis Seeley; Ruth, Leah Perry; Naomi, Rachel Griffith; B. of A, Elizabeth Evans; assistant, Maude Smith: Bursar. Ella Sherman; Herold, Gertrude Smith; deputy herold, Mar garet Be van; color bearers, Hattle Hollon Mary Secure; messengers, Katie Hlghfleld, Anne Reese; guards, Margaret Markey, Emma Frey; musician, musician, Laura Travis Spring Permanent Super X Melba Frederic or Eugene 4J5 Croqnignole S - 5 Croquignole Ends Combination Croquignole And Spiral , 1H Shingle' Curly 1 remanent A . Long Bob, - 50c Extra Shamooo. Flnrer Wave 4Ca Or Arch Each bWV Every Day Except Saturdays and Holidays NO SCHOOL OR SCHOOL CONNECTIONS All Licensed Operators (Mr. Losier by Appointment Only) LOZIER'S 417 - Lackawanna Ave. OVER KKESOE'S Phone 4 - 1713 With Or Without Appointment OPEN EVENINGS J West Side Nurses To Hold Card Party Miss May T. Hill to Be In Charge of Benefit Affair to Be Given May 1 A benefit card party will be held the night of May 1, In the Nurses' Home of the West Side Hospital, with Miss May Y. Hill, superintendent of the hospital, in charge. Proceeds will be used to purchase a refrigerator for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Atkins, Moosic. who will leave in May for Sona Bata, Belgian Congo, where they' will continue their medical missionary work. Mrs. Atkins was the former Miss Gladys Aston, an alumna of the West Side Hospital Training School. Mrs. Atkins and her husband have been in the Belgian Congo for' six years, returning last Fall to Scranton, on a six months' furlough. Reservations for the party may be made by calling the hospital. Playing Playing will begin at 8:30 o'clock and the public is invited to attend. D.' of A. to Meet Past Noble Grands Liberty Council, No. 2, D. of A., will meet tonight, at 8 o'clock in Washington Washington Hall. "Y". to Hold" " Membership Tea Mrs. ' Salo Friedewald will read Light of the World," by Guy Mld - dleton, Thursday night, at 8 o'clock, in Piatt Woolworth Auditorium, for the membership . of the Association. Auxiliary to Hold Meeting Tomorrow Ladles,' Auxiliary No. 331. National Association of Letter Carriers will meet tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. " George Kennedy, Woodlawn Street. Mrs. Kennedy will preside, arid Mrs. Robert Naegell and Mrs. J. Meehan, chairman of the card party, to be held May 9, in P. O. S. of A. Hall will report progress of the affair. affair. Mrs. Thomas Walsh, chairman of the membership drive, now being conducted, has called a special meeting meeting of captains of the various teams, to follow the meeting. Cards and bingo will follow. Hostesses will in clude: Mesdames' Russell Cavies, Ernest Ernest Pintinell, Edgar Grinnell, Michael Grzywinski, R. C, Ide, Joseph Linen and Lyda Griffiths. Abington Club 1 To Meet Tonight The arts and crafts department of the Abington Junior Club will spon sor the meeting tonight in the. club house, at 8 o clock. Mrs. Robert Smith, Waverly, will give a demonstration demonstration of handicraft in the home, and Miss Peck will review "Periods of Furniture." The review will be used as a foundation for the contest, to be held by the club at its May meeting. Members are asked to bring pencils and paper. . Mrs.' Richards Entertains Club Mrs. Edgar Richards, North Webster Avenue, recently entertained the fol lowing members of her club at home: Mrs. Chester Kraemer, Mrs. Albert Andrews, Andrews, Mrs. William Gilbert, Mrs. Stanley Stanley Kraemer, Mrs. Lester Davis, Mrs. Paul Jerske and Mrs. Morgan Williams. OF Tl! and from ml S irtj.ii. (L LACKAWANNA SERVICES Damp Wash Thrif - T Rough Dry Economy All Hand - Finished y DUTCH GnU. TOWELS KITCHEN TOWELS PATTERN 120 Cant you see what fun you're go ing to haver - embroidering this spirited Dutch figure. It requires only single, running and outline stitch, and any bright scraps of floss your work - box will yield. When finished, you'll have a bright, cheery towel for each day in the week. ' Pattern 1205 contains a transfer pattern of seven motifs (one for each dav of the week) averacrinsr 5 V, x 8 Inches ; material requirements; illus trations of all stitcnes needed; color schemes. Send 10 cents In stamps or coin (coin preferred) for this pattern to The Scranton Republican Needlecraft Department, 82 Eighth Avenue, New York. N. Y. Write plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS. Past Noble Grands Plan Banquet Tonight Past Noble Grands' Association of Lackawanna County will have a banquet banquet at Rosar's Restaurant tonight, at 6:30 o'clock, to which all Rebekahs are welcome. A meeting will follow at 8 o'clock, in L O. O. F. Hall, with members of Waneta Rebekah Lodge, No. 23, in charge. Among the honor guests will be: Josie Brotherson, Erie, assembly president; Martha R. Perry, Philadelphia, assembly secretary; Mrs. Belle Heidenreich, past president; Fred C Hanyen, past grand master and now state treasurer; Archbald A. Grant, past grand master; Albert E. Montgomery, past chief patriarch of the encampment, and Philip Vetter, past grand master and past chief patriarch. Mrs. Friedewald To Read for Guild The Nativity Convent Guild will entertain entertain at a reading Sunday afternoon, April 19, at 3 o'clock in the school audi - toritlm. Mrs. Salo Friedewald will read "Victoria Regina." ". Mrs. George L. Griffiths is general chairman of the arrangements for the affair. She is being assisted by a large committee. PENN STATE ACADEMY OF BEAUTY CULTURE 318 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. Opposite Town Hall Prepares you for a very pleasant and profitable profession. profession. Day and Evening classes We invite you to inspect our class rooms and will be very glad to explain hours of study, rates, etc. Tel. 4 - 9434 .. s.$ffi jt.: vaA t'i 'o::.: - :.'..: - : - : - y.:.:.: - : - - .y.: - : - :; - .:.:.. it t t $ i ? i I it"t) "? ?fl il tl 1 - a )j pote$ many extra duties nn neifrlv every houtewife added work that it inacapable. And home wath dayt just make the situation all the more unnerving. Shift your "wash days to Lackawanna 1 Service. IT COSTS NO MORE than ordinary laundry service and assures you of faultless washing and ironing. TjACKAVANtlA "THE" ILiAUNDRY DIAL 2 - 8193 We Rent Coats, Aprons, Towels and All Linen Supplies Regnar Keartpn Has Role in League Play "Her . Master's Voice" to Be Given at Century Club April 22, 23v and 24 Regnar Kearton, because of his many fine performances in well known plays in this city, has been given the role of Mr. Twilling in the forthcoming forthcoming Drama League production 'of "Her Master's Voice," to be given April 22, 23 and 24. . Mr. Twilling is a hale and hearty business man, who has a way and a will of his own, not only hi business but also In the game of love. The play is a sparkling comedy with plenty of twists and quirks in the plot, and has exceptionally good dialogue. Mrs. Magdelene Helriegel Fruehan is directing. directing. Philip Schulatt and Edwin Kammer are designing the stage setting. College Head To Address Quotarians Dr. Byron S. Hollinshead, president president of Scranton - Keystone Junior College, will sneak on "The Youth Movement," at the luncheon meeting o'clock, in Hotel Casey. Mrs. Clara b. wnumore. oresident. will tell of her recent cruise to Havana. Welsh Society To Meet Tonight The Welsh Women's Society of Lackawanna County will meet to - rtfO'llf at ft JiVLrvlr In f Via Pkem)sA of Commerce.' Temple Sisterhood To Meet Wednesday Temple Israel Sisterhood wQI m Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30 o'ck) in the vestry rooms of the temr, Mrs. Irving Mack and Mrs. Jose Blume will give a demonstration the making of open face and cockt sandwiches. The public is invited. Scout Officers To Meet Tomorrow The Girl Scout Officers' Associate will meet Wednesday night, at 7: o'clock, In the new headquarters, i Linden Street, with Miss Lois Dakin in charge. A salmagu party will follow the business sessi WOOLEN FLANNEL, PLAIDS, TWEED Popular Colors. MIU PrlMf. WUl Send Bamplct Birdsall Brothers Co. SEELEYVILLE, PA. A. B. WABMAN, President. S. B. WAR MAN, Genl Mp, II Ailifti.i)frJ I 46

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The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)13 Apr 1936, MonPage 6
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