Connie at party 1932

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Connie at party 1932 - Women visitor to the annual state rjnvention of...
Women visitor to the annual state rjnvention of Pennsylvania News p?r Publishers association wer (,,.eti ot honor a tea this alter noon' given at Wyoming Valley Country club. Mrs. Ernest &. Smith, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Eugene . T.' Glaring. Mrs, John A. Hourigan, Mrs Wesley, Woodruff, Mrs. Thomas ; E, Heffernan, Mrs. Frederick John son, and Mrs. I J. Van Laeys were v in charge of the entertainment. The tea followed the historical pilgrim ' age arranged by the committee. - ;-- ;-- ;-- : -' -' - Mr. and Mrs. John D. Farnham of West-South West-South West-South street, will spend the - week-end week-end week-end in Lancaster, a guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stauffer. -, -, : Mrs. Sumner Kirby and daughter Gloria, will sail tonight from New York City on the SS Roma for Italy They have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Kirby of . South River street, who left today for their ulntr tin ma. In Palm ftAArh.- ftAArh.- Mrs. William C. ' Outman, of usceoia avenue,. Aingsion, nas returned returned from New York, where, she was at The Barblzon-Plaza. Barblzon-Plaza. Barblzon-Plaza. - Mrs., James Harris of Park Place entertained her bridge club at luncheon Tuesday at Forty Fort Arms. - ; Bridge followed at the Harris residence. ; ' A picture of Mrs. Ernest O, Smith appeared in this morning's Publlo . Ledger, in conection witn tn annual Publishers Convention being held here. Mr Smith Is chairman of the entertainment committee for the women visitors. Kenneth H. and Raymond Hunt sons of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. H. Hunt of WilkesBarre are both home fsom Bucknell University for mid-semes mid-semes mid-semes ter vacation, Miss Claire Dever of Dewey Park, Kahtlooke. had as her recent guest, Miss Alice Watrous of Florida, JJ. Y. S Miss Mary .' Williams, Nicholson street, has as her week-end week-end week-end guest, M lss Kay Hare of Sayre, student at Mary wood College. ? Miss Vera Finlay of PIvMon street, is spending the week-end week-end week-end at ' Chester. ' ' . " ii Charlton Eonham, student at Ur-Inus Ur-Inus Ur-Inus Collega will pass the week-end week-end week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bonham of Park Place, Kingston. Executive committee of Plymouth Woman's Civic Club will meet to-o to-o night at 7:10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank Marts, East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fisher of Wilson street, Larksville, announce the birth, of a son, January 26. Mrs. 'Fisher was formerly Miss Loretta, MacGowan of Larksville. St. Agnes' Guild of St. Peter's Episcopal Church will hold a card party tonight in the parish house, Academy street, Plymouth. Commits tee members are: Mrs. Charles Fu-rey, Fu-rey, Fu-rey, Mrs. John Hail Griffith, Mrs. James Durbln, Mrs. David Bird, Mrs. Howard Rowlands, Margaret Pickett, Pickett, Mrs. Thomas Kennedy, Mrs. Mary Quinn, Mrs. William Watson, Mrs. Sue Dodson, Mrs. Benjamin For, Mrs. 'Charls Berkheiser, Mrs. Gwen Jenkins, Mrs. Richard Williams, Williams, Mrs. Blanche Davis, Mrs. Sue Hendershot,. Mrs. Charles Evans, Mrs. Frank K. Flelg, Mrs. Wayne Wandell. - " - Miss Katherine Harding of Went Northampton street recently spent several' days. as the guest of Miss Katherine Tompkins of Dallas. . ' ifl; ,,fl il, lilttl'tX 'Tr"' Ruth LaUX of Shaveftown is con valescing at Mercy Hospital; where she underwent an appendi operation.,:. operation.,:. . '' ' . Mr. and Mrs. James Gillespie of n - , n w . v v ..va.ih . i.v ....... of a daughter on January 28. Mrs. GlMeeple was formerly Miss Katherine Katherine McAneney of Scott street. . Mrs. L..K. Haymaker of KIngStolf entertained at tea .yesterday for Mrs. J. A. Woods of Jnklntown, who is the guest of Mrs. C. E. Moore of Alden. Junior Woman's Club of Plymouth Plymouth will meet Monday night at 8 o'clock, when new members will be admitted. Prof. Henry Jones will ; be guest speaker. Announcement ' Is made of the , marriage on January IX of Miss and Mrs. Charles Paulaskis, of 23 Dodson street, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, and Anthony Bartuxkl, son of Mrs. Frances Bartuski, of 78 West. Main street, Wanamie, performed' in Holy Trinity Church, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, ' by Rev, ' P. B. Paukssti. The couple was attended by Sophie Mazaika and Stanley Kolis, both of Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. The bride wore a gown of turquoise blue lact with a jacket of matching lace and long lace gloves. A picture hat to match and slippers , of . corresponding color completed the' ensemble. She carried a bouquet bouquet of pink roses. Miss Mazaika wore a gown of orchid orchid eyelet organdy and a hat to match. A reception was held, at the rfome of the groom's mother, and after an extended wedding trio they will make their home with the brides parents at 23 Dodson streU Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. - Miss Dorothy.H.- Dorothy.H.- Franklin, daugh. ter . of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin,. ,43 Beach street, has passed state board examination for registered nurse. She is a. gr'adu-ate gr'adu-ate gr'adu-ate i of the Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre General : Hospital. v; t A party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I H. Morgan on .Pierce street,, in honor of their daughter jBvelyn, who is going in the February training class of , nurses , at. the General Hospital. Games and dancing were enjoyed, after which luncheon was served to theV following: Gertrude Turpin, Helen Schnialtx, Peg Davis, Krlda Williams, Jean' Mundy, Alice Fayc, Louise Finnen, Lois Morgan, Marie Maguire, Dorothy Vought. Evelyn Morgan, Harry cJBrddhead," French Jones, Gilbert Streng, Konnle Du-kas, Du-kas, Du-kas, Marvin Evans, Bob Speece, Bob O'Dea,. Pete Kushner, Edward Piergo, i Charles Haines, Harry Gommer, William IHouck, Marvin HUermain, Ossie V Morgan, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gordon Mathers and son Buddie, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Morgan, , '' ' ' ' v . Miss Florence Ayers of Pearl street, East End, entertained at cards at her home Wednesday eve ftlng...- ftlng...- Winners: Florence Carey, KiizaDeth Ayers ana Harry Cark huft. Present;- Present;- Florence ; Carey, Mary Agnes gulnn, Florence. Williams, Williams, -. -. Pearl Vivian, Elizabeth Ayers, also, Harry Sarkhurf, Jack Jones, James Collini, James Smith and the hostess. - , Mrs John Curtis of 447 South River street, ', has 1 been spending several days at Th Barclay in jf nuaaeipnia. ' Mrs. Bayard Hand of West River street, is stopping at The Barclay in jrniiaaeipnia. . Dr. F. L. Fltnchbaugh and daugh ter. Anne, of Smith Franklin ntret are at Chalfonte Haddon Hall. kt lantlc City. Mary'R. Kane has returned to her home in Hasleton after visiting her momer,' Mrs. js,. Kane, of. 84 Madison Madison street. -"-' -"-' -"-' -"-' ' Announcement has been made of the marriage - of Miss Tolaride Smith, daughter of Mrs, Fred Smith, West Elm street, Scranton, and Howard Frederick,. South Main avenue, Scranton, which took place an Jan. 21 in Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. ' , - . Mr. and ' Mrs. Edward , Howell, North Sumner, avenue, Scranton, announce the marriage of their daughter, Verna Romayne, and WilliamA. WilliamA. Leuthe, son of Mrs. Louise Leuthe, South Webster avenue, which took place on Jan.l9, in the Baptist Church, Wikes-Barre, Wikes-Barre, Wikes-Barre, the Rev, James Lewis officiating. Plans have been completed for a card party to be held this evening, by Circle 4 of St. Theresa's pariah. In the school auditorium, on Old River Road. Pinochle, bridge and "600" will be played, "and an attractive attractive prize will be given the winner at each table. A door prize will also be awarded, and refreshments refreshments will be served. Members of . e4 PlannliK the party are: Misa Nan Walker, captain: Mrs. George Schroeder, Mrs. P. M, Reil-ly, Reil-ly, Reil-ly, Mrs. T. F. Collins, Jr.. Mrs. John f!nmrfnpil x- x- tau. t r i land, Mrs. Anna Smith, Mrs. TlioS.' wiurray, mrs. uan Meighan, Mrs. Pat Carey, Mrs. Frank Yeri, Mrs. Petex Murphy. , ,A variety shower - was held Wednesday evening by the members members of St. Cecelia's Choral Club in honor of Miss Margaret Sikora, bride-elect. bride-elect. bride-elect. Cards and dancing were the features of the evening. Lunch was served to the following: Helen Jacobs, Agnes and Helen Michaels. Marv k'oitar fai-nl fai-nl fai-nl I',. I do. Margaret Sikora, Mildred So- So- um, jvamryn BooeK, Anna Sitar, Margaret Gosco, Helen RahL Elizabeth Elizabeth Phllllna Hslsn - " IIUIIO, "ci- "ci- trude Macsey, Mary Puhllk, Mary nmvKy, Mane Krakosky, Anna Nevalls, Mary Guldo, Be.tha Mea-arls. Mea-arls. Mea-arls. Emelia Spnnlnk W iru sii, Jack Walsh, Joseph Zavada, Martin vy. vorait, jonn unaish, George Kovacs, Vincent Macsey, John EvahS. niffRvana .Tnhn Vlo.WL. George Sekerak, John Hudock, John oeooina, ntepnen 'nuilps. George Matey, John Kllsch, Michael Klein. Frank Bork. Genrtra Ttiwbov rnro. Kolman, John Sikora, John Kosickl, .nHries jvurpis, teve voitek, wm. Lukasavaa-e. Lukasavaa-e. Lukasavaa-e. Mr. and Mra Ktanhan Luksic, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Farris, Mrs. John Uroan, Mr. and Mrs. John Kovacs. Fox Hill Country club will hAU its annual mid-winter mid-winter mid-winter formal dance tomorrow night as a concluding social event of the pre-lenten pre-lenten pre-lenten season. season. Guv Hall and hlii nrchoatri will play for dancing for the mem- mem- ners arm ineir guests. Nicholas Burns is chairman of the committee. committee. Entertalnmpnt will h nrn-ld. nrn-ld. nrn-ld. ed and a-la-carte a-la-carte a-la-carte a-la-carte a-la-carte dining service has been arranged. A handkerchief shower was -held -held at the home of Miss Marjorle Wll-linms Wll-linms Wll-linms of 238 Daiw street, city, on Wednesday evening. The guest of honor was Miss Gertrude Roberts of JdcLaln street, city. Miss Rob erts will enter Into training as a nurse in the General Hospital on Monday. A luncheon was served and ' a good time was had by all. The guests were: Misses Gertrude Roberts, Marjorle Williams, Jeanetta Evans, Helen Jacobs, Mary Hughes, Eluned Belton, Grace Moses. Mil dred Wood, Arline Cooper, Phyllis Wynne, Phyllis Jones . and Mrs. Eleanor Williams, ; Card Party Dats Arrangements ar nrnETpasIno- nrnETpasIno- fnr the card party to be given by HEW DISCOVERIES CONFIRM VIRTUES OF MIAN 111 DIET Supplies 'Bulk" and Vitamin B for Constipation; Also Iron for Blood For ten years, now, millions have j-anier,

Clipped from Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News29 Jan 1932, FriPage 21

Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)29 Jan 1932, FriPage 21
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