THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1936 bedding of Ssther cKeating and fflCedford, Massachusetts, Wtan to fie Solemnized Will Be Brid Of John Bray ti iir i n i s morning Ceremony Will Take Place At 8:30 O'clock in St Paul's Church, This City Miss Esther Keating, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Keating, Penn Avenue, Green Ridge, will become ths bride of John J. Bray Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. John J. Bray, Medford, Mass.. this morning. The ceremony will be performed at 8: 3D o'clock, in St. Paul's Chur:h. Green Ridge, and Hill be followed by a nuptial mass. White gladioli, cibotium ferns and Boston ferns were used In decorating the church, With cathedral tapr.i on either sid?. Miss Keating will be given n mar riage by her father and will wear a gown of rose point lace, fashioned on simple princess lines, ending entrain, The high cowl neckline is unusual In Its side shirrings, extending into the Gibson shoulder, making a graceful lullness for the long, tight - fitting sleeves, finished jn points, with tiny button trim. She will wear a circular, fingertip veil cf illusion, falling in soft folds from a wreath of orange bbssoms, and will carry a white prayer books, with shower of gardenias and valley lilies. Miss Helen Keating will be her sis ter's only attendant. She will be at tired in a tunic gown of peach chiffon ending entrain. Her hat will be of peach rough straw, aff - the - face pic ture fashion, with fuschia ribbon vel vet trim, falling in streamers below the waist. She will wear lace mitts in the fuschia shade, and Grecian sandals of fuschia. Her flowers will be a Colonial bouquet of sweet peas, shad lng from pale pink to fuschia. John T. Howard, Medford, Mass., will attend the bridegroom - elect, as beat man. Following the ceremony, there will be a wedding breakfast at the Keat lng residence, for the immediate fam Hies, after whi:h the couple will leave for a wedding trip to Bermuda. Upon their return, they will reside in Med - lord, M - ss. Miss Keating has been employed Until recently in the Postal Depart ment, this city. Mr. Bray is executive secretary to Mayor John J. Irwin, Medford. H; attended Medford High School, H:ly Cress Preparatory School, Boston University, and Northeastern University School cf Law,, from where he will receive a degree in law this month. He is also a mcmbor of Kappa D;Ua Kappa Legal Fraternity. Out - of - town guests attending the wedding will include: Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bray, Mayor and Mrs. John J. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. James Callan, Mr. and Mrs. F. Merton Eocoline. Medford; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bray and Miss Marie Bray. Milton, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hugo and son, Paul Maiden. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walsh. Elizabeth, N. J., and Mrs. Ann McDonald, Roxbury, Mass. 0 0 0 Mrs. Jack Bexon Honors Bride - Elect Mrs. Jack Bexon Jr., Olyphant Avenue, Avenue, recently entertained at a bridge and personal shower at her home. In honor of Miss Mae Bexon, a bride - elect. Present were: Mesdames Jack Bexon Sr., William Benjamin, Jack Brit;ingham, Elmira, N. Y.; Mary McCarty, Jersey City; Walter Phil - bin, and the Misses Mae Bexon, Mary Lewis, Esther Lewis, Lillian Noth - acker. Katherine Falk. Lois Nothacker, Dorothy Miller, Betty Bexon, Alice McDonald, Marjorie Schorley, Lois Bexon. Martha Gwynne, Mabel Phillips, Phillips, Ruth Hadfield, Dorothy Cornell, Binghamton, N. V.; Ruth Bexon and Helen Bexon. 0 0 0 Marjorie Williams To Entertain W. A. R. Miss Marjorie Williams will entertain entertain members of the W. A. R..Club Saturday at Chapman Lake. Her guests will Include: Sallie Brooks, Martha Phillips. Maxine Phillips. Betty Allison. Peggy Allison, Jane Shanley, Ann Harris, Ann Lewis, Dorothy Dorothy Fickus, Gail James, Norma Held, Mary Jenkins, Nancy Apgar, Betty Jones. Nancy Joyce. Phyllis Carey. Jane Davenhall, Evelyn Crass, Peggy Crunden, Jean Rayner, Doroth7 Baker. Mary Louise Evans. Kit Simms, Mary Reinhart and Lois Stipp. 0 0 0 Theta Chi Delta To Conduct Dance The Theta Chi Delta Sorority will entertain at its annual Summer formal formal dance the night of June 30 in the Elks' Club. Miss Ruth Smith, president, has appointed Miss Rosalyti Gross and Miss Ruth Hollander as cochairmen of the dance committee. Officers of the club, in addition to Miss Smith, include: Selma Block, vice - president; Harriet Weber, treasurer; treasurer; Rosalyn Gross, secretary. 0 0 0 Synagogue Auxiliary Will Conduct Picnic Ladies' Auxiliary of the Taylor Synagogue will entertain at its annual annual picnic Sunday at Baddak's Farm. Union Street, Taylor. Music and card games will be featured, and there will be a sale of home baked cakes. Players are asked to provide cards. Officers of the auxiliary are: Mrs. Esther Kalstein, president; Mrs. Blanche Davis, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Fink, vice - president; Mrs. Rose Leb - owltz. secretary. Committees in charge of the affair include: refreshments, Mrs. Max Ecker, Mrs. Bertha Weiss - berger, Mrs. Rose Davis; tickets, Mrs. Fanny Yuskowitz, Mrs. J. Weissber - eer and Mrs. S. Gelb: amusements, .Ill o . Aid a uiigivinvj... , - - Gordon and Mrs. Edith Fink. 0 0 0 Keystone Players Present Comedy "The Queen's Husband," Robert Sherwood's comedy in three acts, was presented last night by the Scranton - Keystone Players as their annual commencement commencement play. Earle Ernst, of the Keystone College faculty, directed. Those taking part were: Llewellyn Baer. Betty Danvers, Joseph Dobbs, Elizabeth Thomas, Jack P. Donis. Fred Zangardi, Edgar Forrest, Charles H:nry Rushmore, Julius Banionis, Robert Hawley, Ralph Ernst. Weds Massachusetts Man Today Miss Esther Keating Roosevelt Women Say Daily Alice: Alice Longworth while reported to CLEVELAND, June 9. This is tne eleventh national political con vention I have had the pleasure of at tending. (Pleasure not always un mixed with pain I should add. when I recall 1912!) In one re sped this gathtr tag resembles the Kansas City meeting of 1928. That year at this stage Mr. Hooer was as sure that he would be nominated nominated as Mr, Landon is now. The "stop Lan don" drive today, be on the wane. still gives forth sounds suggestive of the grinding of gears and the whir ring of whee'.s. But to did the movement movement to stop Hoover, up to the time of his nomination. In the Chicago convention of 1920 the bosses from the East were out in front. It is history that a long distance distance call to Mr. Boies Penrose in Pennsylvania preceded the nomination nomination of Mr. Harding. From this con vention the long distance wires lead westward; not to the East. The telephones telephones are busy, but the persons on the distant ends are talking from Tope Tope ka, Wichita, and points west and southwest. The men from the typical prairie states are in the saddle, and it's a Western saddle, at that. The plank proposing a constitutional amendment for state regulation cf hours and wages is put forward, not by a social worker from the textile mill area of New England, but by a mall town editor. Mr. William Allen White, Emporia. Kansas. There isn't a factory in Emporia that wouldn't be scorned by Lawrence, Mass., but Mr. White demonstrates to the party that all kinds of good ideas may come out of the West, and that the new control has a national point of view. If anyone had said a few davs ago that the Republican convention wo :ld be considering such a constitutional mendment he would have been laughed down. The nine learned members of the Supreme Court are not in politics, bat they provide plenty of political activity activity for the rest of us. ALICE LONGWORTH El eanor: Miss Williams Entertains For Mrs. LeRoy Barnes Miss Helen Williams recently en tertained at a linen shower at her home in honor of Mrs. Leroy Barnes, a recent bride. The guests were: Mrs. LeRoy Barnes, Mrs. M. J. Murphy, Mrs. T. E. Williams, Mrs. J. F. Ka - navy. Miss Gladys Smith, Miss Grace Roughton. Miss Helen Sabol, Mis Mary Kristof. Miss Anne Williams and the hostess, Miss Helen Williams. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. Luncheon was served. 0 0 0 Marguerite Dolan Weds William Kerrigan Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dolan, Phelps Street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Margu?rite, and William William J. Kerrigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kerrigan, North Washington Avenue. The ceremony took place May 19, In St. John the Evangelist Church, Wilkes - Barre, the Rev. Frank . McHugh officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Al Stone were the attendants. The bride is a graduate of Central Hign School and the Mercy Hospital School for Nurses. Mr. Kerrigan was graduated graduated from Central High School and St. Thomas College. DES MOINES, Iowa, June 9. A pleasant evening last night In Chicago talking to M - . and Mrs. Charles Braested and Mr. Louis Rup - a pel. I resciifu ;5 train a little be fore 11 - oclo k and arrived here at 7:30 this morning. I cannot quite get accustomed to so much solicitude solicitude and attention attention on the part o f everybody. Some day I suppose suppose I may expect expect to, but it is Eleanor Roosevelt still a surprise to me. When I was called up last night and told I could not possibly travel in a day coach for a part of my journey journey where the train does not cairy a parlor car, I was almost Indignant at being considered different than the rest of the world. Then I realized it had nothing to do with me, but with the fact that I happen to be the President's wife and must be treated differently. I think I shall have to learn this lesson every lictle while so as not to forget it. Dr. and Mrs. Morehouse, and General General Graw met us at the station this morning and we went at once to the Fort Des Moines Hotel for breakfast. We reached Drake University at 9 o'clock where the academic procession was just forming as we arrived. I slipped into my cap and gown and joined the line. I believe there is nothing In the world as hot as these gowns. As wc walked across the campus to the church where the exercises were held, I realized I was getting warmer and warmer, and more and more nervous. I do not think I shall ever get over being nervous before a speech, especially especially a speech to young people, but this was a remarkably attentive and helpful audience to talk to. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT Ellen Maegher Weds Hugh P. Mulloy Announcement Is made of the marriage marriage of Miss Ellen Mary Meagher, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Meagher. Pleasant Mount, and Hugh P. Malloy, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Mulloy, Binghamton. Binghamton. N. Y. The ceremony took place Monday morning in St. James Church. Pleasant Mount, vith the Rev. M. Jordan officiating and celebrating the nuptial mass. Mrs. William B. O'Neill, Miss Lourdes O'Neill and Gerald O'Neill gave the recital durirrjj the arrival of the guests. The bride was attired in white satin, made on princess lines, with flowing train. Her fingertip illusion veil was held in place by a coronet. She carried carried white roses and baby breath. Her maid of honor. Miss Theresa Murray, Jessup, wore pink mousseline de soie with fitted Jacket and carred Johanna Hill roses. The best man was John Mulloy, Binghamton. Following the ceremony, a reception reception was held at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. William R. O'Neill. After an extended trip through the South, the couple will reside in Wilkes - Barre.The bridegroom is an account ant In the office of Armour & Company. Company. 0 0 0 Elizabeth DeLacy Tent No. 10, Daughters of Union Veterans, will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at Memorial Hall. All officers will wear white. A social time to which the public is invited will follow. - 1 25 A week. '36 WYOMING AVE. Helen Cor bin Becomes Bride Of H. Snowdon Ceremony Is Performed at High Noon in St. Luke's Episcopal Church Attractive In every detail was th wedding yesterday of Miss Helen Cor - bln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WU' frcd M. Corbln, Linden Street, and Harold C. Snowdon. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Snowdon, West Pitts ton. The ceremony was performed at high noon In St. Luke's Episcopal Church by the Rev. Dr. Robert P, Kreltler. Cibotium ferns and white cathedral tapers were used In decorating decorating the chancel, and roses were used on the altar. The bride, given In marriage by her father, presented a charming piC' ture In a gown of softly tailored white chiffon. A pleated ruffle around the neck, continued down the center of the gown and around the edge of the train. The long sleeves ended in points over the hands, and fastened with tiny buttons. Her fingertip veil was of illusion, falling from a plain tucked cap, caught at each side with orange blossoms. She carried white orchids and valley lilies. Her bridesmaids, Misses Elizabeth and Dorothy Corbin, wore mala? and blue mousseline de soie, respectively. The gowns were fashioned with graduated graduated tucked skirts and puffed sleeves. They carried snapdragons, larkspur, yellow roses and African daisies. Mr. Snowdon was attended by A. Allen - dorph Schoonmaker Jr., Poughkeepsie, N. Y., as best man. Ushers were E. Treverton Clark and Paul F. Kayser. this city. Assisting the bridal party In re oeivlng guests at the reception and wedding breakfast in Hotel Casey were Mr. and Mrs. Corbin and Mr and Mrs. Snowdon. Mrs. Corbin wore printed chiffon with corsage of orchids, orchids, and Mrs. Snowdon was attired In blue lace, with gardenia corsage: After a .short wedding trip, the couple will reside at 64 North Franklin Franklin Street, Wilkes - Barre. Out - of - town guests In attendance at the wedding were: Mrs. F. D. Blod - gett, St. Albans. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis. 'Jackson Heights, N. Y.; Mrs. C. A. Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Corbin. Mrs. Elizabeth Mead. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mead, Miss Mary Louise Douglas, Binghamton: Miss Kathryn Candor, Lock Hav:n; Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Snowdon, Strouds - burg. 0 0 0 Mrs. George Evans Gives Luncheon Mrs. George Evans, president of Ladies' Auxiliary to Coeur de Lion Commandery, No. 17, Knights Templar, Templar, entertained her officers and committee committee chairmen for the new year, at luncheon yesterday at Shady Side Inn. Present were: Mesdarnes John Brandt, P. Anthony Sweet, Evan Evans, A. P. Clarke, Harry Aguthier. Thomas Bainbridge, E. E. Edwards, Rex Card - well, Elmer Fuller, Thomas E. Evans, J. Palmer Smith. Albert Snyder, Howard Howard Hutson. Elmer Ide, John Evan and Ripple Smith. 0 0 0 Mildred Lowry Will Wed Lewis Hess Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lowry, Phila delphia, former residents of this city. announce the engagement of their daughter, Mildred, and J. Lewis Hess. Benton, Pa. The marriage will take place the last week In June. 0 0 0 Party Planned At Sproul Home Mrs. H. B. Sproul, Clay Avenue, will open ner home tomorrow after noon at 2 o'clock for a musicale and reading under the auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary to Keystone Consistory Reservations may be made with Mrs. Sproul or Mrs. George Scheuer. 0 0 0 Alice Foy Weiss Weds in New York Th. marriage of Alice Foy Weiss. New York, daughter of Mrs. Catherine Catherine Foy, Prospect Avenue, this city, and Frank Tennill. Montgomery Ala.. which took place in Harrison, N. Y., Monday, is announced. 0 0 0 T. Y. S. - W. A. R. To Hold Dance The T. Y. S. and W. A. R. Sorori ties will entertain at a dance the night of June 17 in the Scranton Country Club. Misses Sallie Brooks and Judy Southard are cochairmen of arrangements. arrangements. Assisting them are Misses Jane Reid. Jane Shanley. Doris Diet - rick. Martha Phillips, Bette Powell, Maxine Williams, Gall James and Ruth MacMillan. 0 0 0 The Lackawanna County Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutical Society Auxiliary will meet tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Catholic Women's Club. All members are urged to be present. Plana will be completed for the proposed proposed bus ride to Johnson City, N. Y. Mrs. George Brown will preside. Married Photo by Schrifver MRS. HOWARD C. SNOWDON ersonals Miss Ann Strutin, Quincy Avenue has returned from New York, where she attended the fur fashion show Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gaskill and daughter, Marjorie, Clarks Summit, have returned from Chicago, 111. John Cullen, Philadelphia, spent tlit week - end with his aunt, Miss Helen Flanagan, Adams Avenue. Miss Ellen Weir, Erie, was the week end guest of Miss Frances Niemeycr, South Blakely Street, Dunmore. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Warman, Adams Avsnue, Dunmore. have opened their Summer home at Maplewocd. Mr. and Mrs. George Felton, Quincy Avenue, have returned from Atlantic City and Elizabeth, N. J. Miss Margaret McHale, North Key - ser Avenue, Is spending the Summe: with her brother, the Rev. Aloyslus G. McHale, Great Falls, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Cadden Linden Street, left yesterday for Washington, D. C. o attend the graJ - uation of their son, John J. Cadden, from Catholic University. . Mrs. William Judge and daughter. Margaret, West Market Street, have returned from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins, Co' lumbla Street, are attending the grad uation exercises at Lehigh University this week. Their son, Clyde, will re ceive a Baccalaureate degree. Mr. and Mrs. Cliston Cooke, Monroe Monroe Avenue, have returned from a trip to New York and Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Davis, Philo Street, have returned from New York. Miss Mary Jones and Miss Sarah Jones, Colleg? Street, have returned from New York. Miss Lillian Whitaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitaker, Madi son Avenue, has returned from Ursinus College to spend the Summer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenswelg, Allen Street, Dunmore, and Mrs. H. H. Scheck, Capouse Avenue, will at tend the graduation of William Rosenswelg from Temple University Medical School tomorrow In Phlladel phia. Miss Jessie E. MacLeod, Quincy Avenue, is vacationing in Atlantic City. James Nese and Casper Greco, Old Forge, are spending several days In New York. Central Class Plans Reunion Miss Dorothy Hausser Is active In arrangements for the reunion of the January class of 1934 of Central High School to be held at the Hotel Jer - myn Tuesday evening, June 16. The reunion will be celebrated as a dinner dinner dinner - dance commencing at 6:30 o'clock. Members df the assisting committee are: Paul F. Burns, class president: Betty Bailey, Betty Danvers. Betty Corbin, Harry Apgar Jr., Joseph Riley and Robert J. Williams. Reservations may be secured by call - in? Misses Corbin, 2 - 2195; Bailey, 3 - 0587, or Hausser, 2 - 4054. ItiflV Invites You tome to ine ianage in june ma enjoy Atlantic City ac its best. Balmy days with cool nights. Surf bathing direct from hotel without charge. . Sundecks. Solarium. Health Baths. 400 rooms with fresh and sea water baths ... European and American Plan. HOTEL SiClaridge ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. ;omph P. unni, UtMvf VnoktTnatJ vine tf tctan, boardwalk iniparkfrm let Siytcraprr by tbt Sea Elizabeth S e r i o To Become Bride This Afternoon Her Wedding to the Rev. Alvin Cook to Take Place In Immanuel Church Miss Elizabeth Howard Serlo. daughter daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Francis Vincent Serlo, Delaware Street, will become the bride of the Rev. Alvin Jenner Cook, Logan, W. Va this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The ceremony will be performed in Immanuel Baptist Church, by the Rev. Dr. C. Gordon Brownvllle, Boston, Mass., a former classmate of the bridegroom - elect, as sisted by the Rev. William D. Go' lightly, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church. Miss Serlo will have her sister, Rae, as maid of honor, and the bridesmaids will be: Miss Violet Cook, Beckley. W. Va.; Miss Theresa Mallon, New York; Miss Elizabeth Renculll. phila delphla; Misses Anne Jackson, Grace Moffatt and Bessie Weber, this city. The Rev. William Turkington, Boston, Boston, Mass., will be best man, and the ushers will Include: Theodore Jansma. Philadelphia; George Needs. John WU' Hams and Thomas Lowther, Shen andoah; Robert Clark, James Hurd and Charles Fahringer, this city. A reception at the Serio home at 4:30 o'clock, will follow the ceremony Last night, Mr. Cook entertained his ushers at a bachelor dinner at the Dietrich, and Mrs. John Moffatt, North Washington Avenue entertained the bride and her maids at a dinner party in her home. Out - of - town guests were entertained at dinner at the Serio home. Out - of - town guests include: Dr. and Mrs. C. Gordon Brownville. Miss Althea Brownville, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. John Freeman. Beckley. w. Va.: Mrs. Joseph Renculll, Philadelphia; Mrs. Fred Shiffer, Plymouth; the Rev. and Mrs. Merwin Heller. Harrlsburz: Miss Irene Jones, Carbondale; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zimmerman, Pottsville; Gsrda Avery, Germantown; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Turnbull. Misses Mildred and Elizabeth Turnhull rmvlH Rnki Benjamin Howell, Anne Mellichad. Shenandoah; Mrs. David Del Rossi and daughter, Rita, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Harold McMillan, Dauphin. D. of A. Council Elects Officers Officers were elected bv Liberty Council, No. 2, D. of A., at a recent meeting, as follows: Councilor, Mrs. Ellen Moore; Lillian Baumbacker. associate; Helen Dixon, vice - councilor; Bertha Dlckman. associate; Hazel Dixon, conductor; Hannah Howell, warden; Catherine Fiedler, financial secretary; Muriel Prestwood, assistant; Christine Pletcher. treasurer; Bertha Jones, recording secretary Margaret Jackson, Inside sentinel; Jennie Haid - enstelne, outside sentinel; Rosalie Wil bur, trustee; Ruth Jenkins and Muriel Prestwood, representatives to the state council; Helen Dixon, alternate; Mary Reed, deputy, and Maude Gregory, captain of degree team. Installation will take place July 13. Republican Club Holds Meeting The Lackawanna County Council, Federated Republican Women, met last night at the W. W. Scranton residence. Ridge Row. with Mrs. J. Palmer Smith presiding. John J. Owens gave a talk, and the musical program was presented by Mrs. John Lloyd, vocal soloist. Plans were discussed for the annual carnival of nations, to be held by the council in the Fall. D. A. R. Board To Meet Tomorrow Scranton Citv Chapter. D. A. R.. will hold a board meeting tomorrow morning at 10:15 o'clock, in the Cen tury Club. Engaged J Miss Mary Scarlata, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Caltaldo Scarlata, 2J3 Dunmore Street, Throop, whose engagement engagement to Thomas C. Salvatore Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Salvatore, Salvatore, Philadelphia, is announced. The wedding will be performed July 4, at St. Anthony's Church, Dunmori?. Honoring the bride - elect, Miss Mary Mazzucca, Sanderson Avenue, will entertain entertain 50 guests at a shower party Saturday night, at her home. Conservation League Elects New Officers Mrs. Cecil Garey Named President President for Third Year, at Annual Luncheon Mrs. Cecil Carey was reelected president of the Child Conservation League, for the third successive term, at the luncheon meeting of the league held yesterday" at the home of Miss Beatrice Boam, Maplewood. Iris and garden flowvrs were used In decorating decorating the luncheon tables. Yearly reports reports were presented. Assisting officers named were: Mrs. Horace Noyes, vice - president; Mrs. Philip Lewert, treasurer; Mrs. Thomas Walsh, secretary; Mrs. Max Henkel - man, corresponding secretary: Mrs. B. F. Phillips, auditor. The nominating committee was composed of Mrs. Charles H. Taylor, president: Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. Clifford Edwards and Mrs. Edward Scholia. Plans were made for a picnic to be held at Mrs. Lewert's home in'Wayne - wood later in the Summer. There were 30 guests present. Y. W. S. A. Ha Outing At Ariel Miss Louise Matthews, chairman of the membership committee of the Y. W. C. A., was In charge of arrange ments for the annual outing of the association, which took place yesterday at Lake Ariel. A program of water and other sports was enjoyed, 'including 'including a track meet, community singing, led by Madame Fitz - Randolph, and dancing last evening in Woolworth Hall. The Mothers' Club and other groups of the association held meet ings at the lake during the day. There was a large attendance. World Wide Guild Installs Officers The World Wide Guild, Immanuel Baptist Church, met recently at the home of Mrs. Ella Moore. Vine Street, and installed officers as follows: Miss Moore, president; Marlon Manley, vice - president: Emma Ritch. secre tary; Edith Butz, treasurer. A farewell farewell party was also held In honor of Mrs. Samuel Brown, who will leave next month to reside in Scotland. Tennis Club to Hold Bridge Tournaments Summer Series of Contract Matches o 'Be Played Each Friday at Clubhouse The weekly duplicate bridge tournaments tournaments conducted by the Scranton Tennla Club will be transferred from the Hotel Casey to the clubhouse on the Morgan Highway starting Friday evening, June 12. These tournaments will be held each Friday evening during during the summer months under the direction of Mrs. Morris Lawrence. Top score prizes will be given each evening to the North - South and East - West winners. A main series prize as well as five group prizes will be awarded at the end of the series. All bridge players are Invited to compete compete for these prizes. Plavers leadlnir for the various Broun prizes at the end of the first five tournaments are as follows: Group 1: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coston Jr.. Mrs. George Parry, M. DePietro, E. H. Martin, Morris Lawrence, and J. Kenneth Kenneth Bates. Group 2: Mrs. s. Kenneth Kenneth Bates, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Stevens, Stevens, Mrs. R. L. Jewett, and C. B. Little. Group 3: J. P. Jennings. Mrs. Harry Raker, Mrs. Frank D. Clarke, Mrs. C. F. Umphred, Miss Geraldlne Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Warren S. Davies. Group 4: Mrs. Jack Harding. Mrs. Edward Noyes, Mrs. Walter Davis, Mrs. J. D. McCutcheon, Mrs. Frank Kaufman, Mrs. Francis Morgan, Morgan, Mrs. J. J. Burns, Miss Kay Davltt and David Bowen. Group 8 - C. Endfield, Mrs. A. S. Freedman. Mis. T. V. Nealon, Mrs. Anna D. Stone. Dr. A. S. Freedman, Mra. George Griffiths. Mrs. Walter Harris, Mrs. C. H. Sassen and Mrs. John Morel. Y' Menetteg Hold Meeting The Y's Menettes Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Rjilnh nou. North Lincoln Avenue. rith utr Emily Stauffer presiding. Plans wert made for a dinner and nnHn tn s. held this month, the date and place to De announced. Cards followed. A. O. H. Ladies To Meet Tonigbt Mrs. Mary Jennlnes will nrlrf t the meetlnsr of the Ladies' Auxtliurr No. 4. A. O. H. tonight In the Hyde Park Hotel. Alice Bohan will preside at the meeting of the Junior Auxiliary, scheduled for 7:30 o'clock. Church Guild To Meet Today Woman's Guild of St. Mark's Church, Dunmore, will meet this aft ernoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home cf Miss Susie Hollow, Green Ridge Street. Auxiliary Will Convene Today Ladies' Auxiliary to the Eastern Travelers will meet this afternoon at 2:15 o'clock In P. O. S. of A. Hall. Self - Consciousness Overcome Personality Developed My course slst you In developing developing potsr nd charm. And In eliminating eliminating the handicap of neglected education. education. NAt.DAH ROSS 7S5 TAYLOR AVE. Telephone 4 - 5,180 Permanent Kurls and Waves Large natural waves with Cluster Kurls, Croquicnole or Spiral, complete complete with Shampoo and Finger Wave. Moderately priced. R. BELLE RICHARDS Beauty Shoppe ' 114 S. MAIN AVE. Thone 2 - 4681 Bees Like Honey... 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