Stroudsburg, PA Tri-Hi-Y 3/1951

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local principal directors liist presi- is ex- would meeting and sausage by mem- of on survey John R. These painting lead- paint job of lire in the g s , also dis- h a t of by cars decided placing driving ion look tree last of the serv- to ex- neces- decision which sides of lime. proof contents by w i t h the rep- com- last n u a l meeting young r activities e r and son lokt 10"mem- t u d y under Har- basket- which part.* h uniforms with t h e well done In which shape for Strouds- Slroudsburg m u n i t i e s w i t h the Y, ihe hns for an- spon- Strouds- Friday girls, the Strouds- p a t e in t h e program 17. expense the Auxiliary Strouds- to W. L--I ?r--* -55* ,p, ^.^ ^. ^ rr _ f ., | j i ^ JTHE DAILY RECORD. STROUDSDURG--KAST STRC)IjDSKi]Rfl, PA WKDNKRDAY. MARCH 14, 1951 I * lfi F ,, F - 0l i\ HISH SCHOOL 'f^"** vHo will participate in the model United Nations Assembly at Harri.bwg during the weekend, under sponsorship of Tri-Hi-Y of State-YWCA. are Dolores DeliaTM fecrtrude Resh and Jean Pearson. Jane Eckle, the other member, was not present tor picture. Girls will represent Nicaragua. They are wearing costumes of that country. Tri-Hi-Y To Sponsor Model United Nations 'Assembly"* Four local Tri-lli-Y girls will participate IP 'a model United Nations Assembly in the Slate Education building, Harrisburg, during (he next weekend, s t a r t i n g w i t h an "inlernalioiml dinner and ball" in the Penn Harris hotel Friday night. I-oiuil students who will' partici-^ pate include Deloros Dellnria, East ' Stroudsburg; G e r t r u d e R e s h , Stroudsbnrg; Jean Pearson, Ea*l Stroudsburg, and J u n e Eckl?, Slroudsburg. Three h u n d r e d High school girls. nil members of Pennsylvania Tri- ll I-Y clubs, will join in (he model IT. N. Assembly. The "assembly" is being conducted by Hie State YMCA ot Pennsylvania for the pur- pose ot a c q u a i n t i n g the girls nnd Ihe clubs they represent w i t h the TunetEons nnd problems of t h e United Nations. All of t h e local girls will repre- sent Nicaragua in the nssembly. For the past several weeks dele- it es hnve been preparing them- selves for participation through re- search nml study concerning the United Nations and t h e country they w i l l represent. In the model assembly. Kach p a r t i c i p a n t has prepared costumes symbolic of the country they will portray. These costumes \viH be worn nt the international dinner ami ball. Among Issues to be discussed will he Ihe use of the atomic bomb in Korea, Ihe rearmament of Ger- many, creation of nn International police force and similar 1 p e r t i n e n t subjects. A representative of the United Nations will address the girls at Ihe Friday , night session. A simitar assembly was held tvvo years ago wilh very significant re- sult.-; in the understanding of t h e functions nnd problems of United Nations, Mrs. Sarah Franlz, ad- viser of the local Tri-Hi-Y club, said yesterday. Subscribe lo The Daily Record. Eagles To Hold Party Officers of Stroutlshiirg Eagles rinounced l a s t ' n i g h t a SI. Pat- rick's clay p a r l y will he held .il Iheir club Snlllrday " niglit for Easles and lbe:r ladies. Hal llnley nnd riis orchestra, with Terry Rae. song" specialist, will provide music, for dancers. An outstanding floor show of four entertainers is scheduled for the intermission. Tummy Check, s mer boy dire nl dru IJoidt's radio and TV show, will be (he headliner of .the show. Tom- my Dolnn, who has acted as mas- ter of ceremonies for previous sho\vs, will return Saturday n i g n t , Patty Wing, dancer from metro- p o l i t a n supper clubs and I.c Galan, comedienne, nre o t h e r members of the show. Man Released From Jail Here A r t h u r A. Pritcfiard, 32, of Ban gor, was released from Monroe c o u n t y jail yesterday on expiration of a 30-day sentence imposed for d r u n k e n driving. Pritchard .also paid n S300 fine assessed against him when he ap- Whereabouts Of Boys Not Determined Sluto iiolicc of iho Slrouclsburfi substation nml other substations at points ncm* I h c Appalachian (rail in eastern Pennsylvania were alerlt ed yesterday for three Trenton; N.J., youths believed to be hiking either north or southward along the trail. The trio has been listed as miss- ing by New Jersey Stale police Bl Trenton, who report t h a t the three left t h e i r Trenton homes Saturday on a hiking excursion which was to have s t a r t e d at Delaware Water C!a[i. When they did not telephone their homes, as t h e y had agreed be- fore starting, t h e i r parents became alarmed and notified New Jersey police. Tho llircc'" \vero Identified ns Richard E, Alexander, 16; Charles V. Sruis, 17, and Donald Koniclzko, 17. Konlet/.ko Is ihe son of a New Jersey State Capitol police force officer. Now Jersey Stale troopers, who came here yesterday and assisted Pfc. Donald J. Henzcy a n d - o i l i e r Slroudsburg troopeis in checking that portion of the trail near Wjiter (lap and the M o u n t MInsI lower, sajd Alexander and Sans were' each wearing bine dungarees, and t h a t IConielzko was a t t i r e d in a blue shirt. Each had other items of h i k i n g apparel and carried blankets and overnight* equipment, f h e officers said. Police said each of t h e missing Ifids is healthy in appearance and at least five-feet, len inches in height. New Jersey officers here yester-, day saitl there is great concern be- cause of (he anticipated cold weath- er and n possibility of blinding snow squalls on Ihe higher elevations which tho trail follows. The Ihree were first carried as "missing persons" on Sunday, al- though they had left Trenton on Saturday. The mnther of one of the three reportedly drove the group t o w a r d Riegelsvitle and t h e y started h i k i n g from there. State police here pointed out l h a t the three could have struck off t h r o u g h Northampton 'county, i n t e n d i n g to" come across the Ap- palachian trail along the Blue m o u n t a i n ridge. The'lrail extends southward from tbo southeastern edge o r ' M o n r o e county along Ihe Blue mountain and continues as far south as Georgia. In the other direction, it runs from Waler Gap into north- ern New Jersey nnd cm lo Iho atote of Maine. . ,, . v . peared In Monroe county court on February 12. He bad buen ar- rested us n second offender after an accident nnd attempt to h at Delaware Water Gnp. Why Thousands of Doctors prescribe pleasant tasting (CAUSED BY COLDS) PERTUSSTN acts at once, Itnotonly relieves such coughing but also loosens up phlegm nnd makes it easier to raise. -PEBTUSSIU Is sa/c.i Mighty effecliuc for old and young! Pleasant tastitiot OpereUa To Represented For Students A iniilljicp pcrrnrinancc of "iMcpl Arizonn," (ho Kast Slrouilslmri; High school o|icrit(n, will tic given mrsilny nt 1:30 p. in, (or nil 10ns! Stroudsburg clomcnlnry nml junior liigli school s t u d e n t s in llic Jailer's auditorium. The second pcrfo] nftnco, o|ion to Ihe ncneial publlr, w i l l be Kiv- cn Friday nt 8 p. m. In Hie j u n i o r '·iEh school nuclllorliini. Tlic production, \vlilrh bonst.s n cnst of 15 nml chorus of 34, is im- or t h e illrcelion of Miss Bellejo Goodnll, lu'nd of choral i n s l r u c L i o n in the two schools, l-A»'rione," sho explained, "en- Joys the opporlunlly ID pit-sent music in diiiniatic form, 1ml It is not always easy to find u vehicle which combinrs a r l i s t t c m e r i t u-itli Koocl c n t e r t n l n m o n t . "Charles \Vakeliehl Cadtimn'-s Meet Arii-onn', Hie Jinal work of ihe composer's career, lius been n lorridc h i l , " sbe nsstirled. "The lih- rettd, cunceVning rulventures on n dude ranch, is timely nnd the music delightful." Harold Kramer, commercial leachur al the hiuli school, an- mmaccil Hint tickets for tlic oper- etta hnve been distributed to mc'in- :crs of the Kirls' and hoys' chorus- es and lo Ihe studcnls of llic f i f t h - Jet Pilot Returns To Active Duty Tho M n r i n n Air who used to buzz over bui'fia in a GOO-mph lighter plane is buck on He is 1st 1,1. Hoborl F. sou of Mr .nnd Mrs. 1.n\vsnn, 517 Kcott St., The 28-year-old fighter .vho Imd been a member active reserve In t h e arm since the end of the wrts recalled to a c t i other members ot his f ?· Ho Is now staliom-rt a( Air base, Willow Grove, ing assignment to a N force, whci'o his group ed to operate from an r i n g World War ed t h r e e years In ei~ squadron. L i e u t e n a n t and his wife, Frances M, resides at JO S. Seventh Stroudsburg. The couple child, ttnrbarn, ft. General ITospihil i p n r r a l Consus N i n e t y - t w o , in/ants. Admissions Charles Morris, H . E e l v n VanWhy, soine, bntii of East S l Samuel Welllver, Kimkletown 1; Many Shoesmith, i co no. Discharged Mrs. Lorraine A i i (Tiuii-hter, Hartonsvllle; Rinkei- and son, 3; Mrs. Evelyn Wilkins Snmlra Cramer, both of ^lroudsbLfrn; Susan C E'nsl Stioudshurf; 11D '2; Hnrrisnn, SIlondsbmg. sixth, seventh, elgitth grade s p . TJircr '.'a''h prl/cs w i:d t n I b t three pupils grrnk-sl number of llclicis. Beverly Husk, Kdwaixl nnd .Samuel Pennise «rc Mr. Kvnmor. N ow that (he 1951 offerings of

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The Pocono Record (Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania)14 Mar 1951, WedPage 5
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