The Times Leader from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on December 24, 1942 · Page 6
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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, December 24, 1942
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Auxiliary of VFW Entertains At Yule Party RantA Distributes Gifts to . ' Children at Affair in i ", Post Home ' An attractive holiday party was given by Capt C. E. Stegmaier Auxiliary 60, Veterans of Foreign Wars, recently in the Post Home, 33 East Northampton Street. A email Christmas tree trimmed -with colored lights, tiny Santa Claus in sieign ana reinurer m American flags and Christmas candles decorated the table center. disr.nih.ited rifts from a Christmas tree, hung with gifts. i : ...n i" q anno. n H t h p rp were ; games and dancing. Refreshments Mrs. Margaret Neiier is president Ladies Auxiliary, charge of Christmas party: Mrs. Maud Miller, chairman; Mrs. Elizabeth Thieman, Mrs. Margaret Lowe, Mrs. Mary Grace Burridge, Mrs. Mary Schramm, Miss Edith Hau-burger, Miss Betty Cronauer, Mrs. Maureen Albrencht, Guests included the following children: Gerald Albrecht, Charles Lynch, S. Schramm, Joseph Catina, Jr, Jack Thieman, Ted Ruch, Nelson Lowe, Durwood Burridge, Malcolm Burridge, William Evans, John Iskra, Stephen Buynak, Bernard Panzak, Walter Kinne, Jr.. William Krukowski, William Meneeley, Alex Snyder, Clifford Jones, Joseph Lowe, Patsy Slyker, Catherine Bauer, Marjorie Lynch, Barbara Schramm. Christine Brienza, Dar-lene Thieman., Rachel Angeles, Mary Nichols, Emily Jennings, Patsy Rush, Margaret Rush, Mary Rush, Ruth Albrecht, Lois Joan Albrecht, Eleanor Albrecht, Mary June Burridge, Marjory Jane Burridge, Dorothy Krukowski, Margaret Evans, Helen Hart, Joan Hau-burger, Jacqueline Hauburger, Janet Komelske, Geraldine Stasucki, Margaret Loeffler, Naomi Loeffler, Ruth Santa, Betty Santa, Audrey Santa, Beatrice Krothe, Shirley Slauzie, Jacqueline Cronauer, Marie Papson and the following auxiliary members: Mrs. Stella Olinski, Mrs. Jennie Nichols, Miss Emily Kow-nacfli, Mrs. Catherine Jenickl, Mrs. Esther Mellor, Mrs. Maureen Albrecht, Miss Edith Hauburger, Mrs. Catherine Loeffler, Mrs. Marion Evans. Mrs. Emma Jennings, Mrs. Maria Rush, Mrs. Anna Hudock, Mrs. Ann Buynak, Mrs. Mary Schramm, Mrs. S. Panzak, Miss Mary Panzak, Mrs. Evelyn Hau-burger, Mrs. Dorothy Thieman, Mrs. Dorothy Catina, Mrs. Genevieve Bauer, Mrs. Clara Lynch, Mrs. Frances Schramm, Mrs. Mary Brienza, Mrs. Elizabeth Thieman, Mrs. Maud Miller, Mrs. Catherine Ney, Mrs. Helen Andreas, Mrs. Henrietta Mary, Mrs. Elmer Jones,, Mrs. Tana Ann T?DOa MUa RftMv HftnfV. Miss Betty Cronauer, Mrs. Emma Blauzis, Mrs. Augusta uivengooa Mn Marv Grace Burridee. Mrs Margaret Lowe, Mrs. Katherine Stanley Snyder, Mrs. Margaret Shy- monwicn, lyirs. naiitu ouuixwioii, Mrs, Elizabeth Crawford, Mrs. Agues Hart, Mrs. Margaret Neiier. Mrs. Franck Darte of North River Street will be a guest of Mrs. Andrew Derr at New York over Christmas. Mr. John H. Williams of 100 Park Place, Kingston, and Miss S. M. R. O'Hara, Secretary of the . Common wealth of Pennsylvania, are spending Christmas with the farmers brother, ur. ionaia Marvin at State College. Mrs. Williams wail return on Monday. Mr. amid Mrs. Edward H. Kent of Edgefield, S. C, until recently of HuntsviHe, wffl De guiesis oi me latter'a brother and . sit'ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Evans, Atlanta, over Uhe holidays. Dr. and Mrs. J. Fraimklin Riobln-son of 41 Virginia Terrace, Forty Fort, will have the latter's son, Lt. Herbert Smith of Edge wood Arsenal, Md., as a guest over Christmas. Miss Marie Donn and Mr. and and Mrs. A Morriconi of Philadel phla will spend the Christmas week end with Mr. and Mn?. Joseph Richards of Carey Avenue. Mrs. Alice Phelps Haines of this city will spend Christmas at Bing-hamton. Dr. William L. Watson, Lieutanr ant Commander of U. S. Navy, ie expected to spend Christmas Day with has parents at Bonnie Brae, Trucksville. Miss Virginia Hopkins of New York City will be a holiday guest of ber brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mre. Robert A Eyerman of Charles Street. Ensign and Mrs. Warren G. Hart of Cambridge will arrive on Friday to spend the week end with the lat-tnr'n naremits. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Thomas of Lee Park Avenue. En sign Paul Jeffrey of Pasadena, Calif- also will be a euest. Eneign Hirt and Ensign Jeffrey, members of the United States Naval Reserve, are attending Harvard University. Mrs. Hirt is the former Miss Ruth Thomas.' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoban of South Franklin Street will have as mat over the holidays their eon, Corp. Robert H'oban, who arrived from maneuvers in California to apand a week's furlough, and tfrieir daughter, Mrs. ili. K. narnson oi Washington and a guest, Misa Rita McMorrow, Washington. Mrs. Helen Pokorny KLnsella of . 1J East Northampton Street will leave today Tor New London, Conn., to spend Christmas with her son and daughter! n-law, Lt and Mrs. William T. Klneella. James H.. Tippett, ssmior at Ursi- mi College," and Robert S. Tippett, freshman at Yale University, will ' spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tippett ' of 183 East Dorrance Street, Kings- ton. Jamct? Tippett is eiriisted in the Army Reserve Corps and wild enter active duty upon his graduation from Urainus in January, while Robert Tippett recently enlisted as a member of the Navy Reserve Corps. Miss Florence Crump, daughter of Mrs. Dana Cramp of Yeager Avenue, Dallas, is home from Skid- more College for ae nouaays. Harry F. Goeringeor, Jr., and Miss ' Eleanor Goeringer are spending the holiday recess with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Goerirger, Sr- of North Main Street. Their sister. Miss Chrielne Goeringer. student dietitian "at U of P Graduate . Hospital, Philadelphia, will spend some time at ber home next rhorim Wanks, student at St. Joseph's Seminary st Washington, and Pvt. Daniel Hanks, who is stationed with the Marines at Cherry Point, N. C. are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanks, Sidney Street, Swoyerville. . v-.-.:':; .v., U-;,sj Col. and Mrs. Conrad P. Hardy of Baltimore were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fraati , of Kingston. '- ''." Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fieeler 'of mM.,.:A 7 V i One hundred New York saving thousands of dollars which were used to purchase War Bonds. Shown is the receiving' line at the Victory Debutante Cotillion and Ball at the Ritz-Carlton aire, left to right: Olga Zuloaga, Georgette Louise Meyer, Rosalie Fletcher, Ysabel Angulo and Mrs. George B. St. George who is greeting Capt. J. Tremont, USN, Misa Angulo is welcoming' Mrs. Tremont. (Central Prwa) BEAR CREEK ASSOCIATION TO CELEBRATE IN NEW CLUBHOUSE Bear Creek Association, of which Edward J. Soheilenberg, Sr., is president, lhas leased the lake front De used as a clubhouse by association members Invitations have been issued for a New Year's Eve celebration on Thursday night, December 31. Midnight supper will be served. There will be miuaic and favors. PENN STATE ALUMNAE CLUB PLANS CHRISTMAS MUSICAL Students Home on Vacation Will Attend Festival on Tuesday Night Other Local Parties Annual Christmas musical of Penn State Alumnae Club will be held on Tuesday night at 8, at home of Street. A sextet or girls trom Meyers itgn senooi win oe leaturea singers and group pinging of carols will be enjoyed. Women students of State College who are home on vacation will attend. Students or members may make reservations witn A Christmas party will be given by kindergarten of St. Stephen's Church this afternoon at 2:30 in the kindergarten room of the clubhouse. Teachers in charge will be Mies Ruth B. Jones, Mrs. S. E. Ahrendts and Mrs. William Krim-mel. Miss Betty Roberts was honored at a Christmas dinner at Hotel Sterling given by Sunday School Class of First Welah Presbyterian Church of which she is a teacher. Miss Roberta received gifts. Guests: Jane Challis, Florence Evans, Catherine Powell, Mary Challis, Edith Thomas, Mrs. Betty Meredith, Mrs. Dorothy Mainwaring, Mrs. Alice Balliet, Mrs. Esther Dilley, Mrs. Blodwen Parry and Mrs. Ellen Ayre. A Christmas party was held by Triple S Class of Firwood Methodist Church recently at home of Mrs. George Thomas, 40 Maffett Street. Mrs. Lenore Beers presided. LOCAL MEN IN ARMED FORCES ON LAND, AT Sfrt. Ross T. Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Jensen of 380 Mar ket Street. Kingston, arrived in French Morocco, Africa, according to word received this week by his parents. The Christmas greeting was the fireit letter received by Mr. and Mrs. Jensen from their son in three months. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Hale of 372 Ridge Avenue, Kingston, received a Christams greeting cablegram from their son, Corp. Robert Hale, who is somewhere in Australia. Corp. Hale extended season's greetings to his friends. Lt. (t e James L. Hoban re- fiiiT,o1 in Oimnapt Pml.nt "R T I after spending a leave with his par ents on soutn UTanKiin street. Corp. Joseph Clark Burke arrived safely overseas according to a letter received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Burke of1 13V west Jttiver ireei. 38 South Main Street left for Richmond to spend the holidays with their eon-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emery and daughter, Pamela. Mr. and Mrs. William Hessler of Baltimore will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. William Hessler of Forty Fort. Mr. and Mrs. George Dittmar, Jr., Freehold, N. Y returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ramsev of 1665 Wyoming Avenue, Forty iort. Miss Charlotte A. Baylea of Net- cong, N. J., formerly of Kingston, and a government employe in the otfice of the Uage Design Section, Inspection Department of Picatinny Aivenal, Dover, N. J., will spend Christmas at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willard S. Bayles, 49 Slocum Street, Forty Fort. Petty Officer Russell J. Davis, Philadelphia, is spending Christmas at his home, 185 Academy Street. Mrs. Howard Simpson, Miller Street, Luzerne, is home from the General Hospital. Mrs. Charles H. Brown, Newark, arrived yesterday to spend the holidays with her sisters, Mrs. Carl A. Schwartz and Mrs. John J Noonan, city. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Mack of Newark, will be guests of Mrs. Helen G. Mack of 528 East North ampton Street over Christmas. Miss Margaret Austin of New York is spending: the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mre. Herbert L. Austin of 25 Tripp Street, Forty tMise Marion Eder, senior at Duke University, is spending the nouaays wim ner parents, Mr. and mxs. jtwiy iMer or Forty Fort. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ziegenfus of lew aouin Main street will entertain their daughter-in-law, 'Mrs. William Ziegenfus of Johnetown ana tne lattef's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheliy of Bethlehem over Christinas. A S.f. Dfpnit Su in n, hn-tMi-ht V..II, rV.l.ct, .alubbt at Im Him la e if. Finl How Str.t Uvaf N Slain WILKES-BARRE RECORD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24," 1942 I'M. v'.'tV debutantes made their leap into society to a etagie group, thus property of Oapt. Rutter Elliott to Open house will be held at the club on New Year's Day with a tea dance in the afternoon from o to 7. House committee: E. J. Schellen-berg, Jr., Herman A. Wagner and Edward J. Reap. Mies Alma Cotton, South Grant n:miiy jjawrence Dy naonaay Mrs. Arline' Brown led devotions and Mrs. Ben Boyd told the story of St. Nicholas. Other guests: Elizabeth Berninger, Hazel Rine-hlmer, Marie Frederick, Ruth Harris, Gladys Trax, Blanche Crew, Mary Rowlands, Isabelle Jones, Ada Becker, Nettle Thomas, Helen Cummlngs, Martha Foote, Lillian Williams, Edna Schwall, Margaret Schlier, Maud Sell, Mary Finner, Blanch Evans, Margaret Chapman, Millie Linville, Rae Robbine, Margaret George, Reba Middleton, Lenore Williams and Ethel Chapman. Mrs. Gnover C. Volgt entertained at a recital and Christmas party recently at her home, 18 Oregon Street. Present: Kfnneth Barber, Shirley Mauer, Shirley Owens, Betty Lewis, Jackie Lewis, Gayle Jones, Dorothea Jones, Marcie Labagh, Alan Woodworth, William Wood- worth, Donald Volgt, Doris Volgt, Sally Turner. SEA, IN THE AIR Aviation Cadet Arthur R. Man-iPatriotir--Aln Praptinal .n is spending, a few days at his, alll" llMJ rdLUtdl ga home 45 Popla Street, Kingston. Inducted in May he has been sta tioned at West Palm Beach with the weather service of the air corps. He has been selected by the air corps as an advanced student in meteorology and will leave Saturday for a seven months' training course in the new school at Grand Rapids, Mich. Cadet Mangan is a graduate of Kingston High School and Dickinson College. Sgt. Charles H. Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Hartley of m TfifiHor Rtrt atoHnnort in ! Honolulu, was promoted to staff aorp-oont . I "Just a minute, Joe," Mrs. Chen-William C. Jones of 135 North nault said firmly, "you're not going Washington Street, member of an into the Navy or anywhere else air base squadron, was promoted until you fix my pump!" to sergeant at the Williams Field, - Chandler, Ariz. He works in the! Intell U1CI, AliX. X1C WUIA4 111 lilt -1 m r- WWHWaiSEND-OFF COMMITTEE OF USO Jones has been in the Army February 5, 1942. He served at Keesler Field, Miss., before his transfer to Wllliame Field. In ci- S' he waa emPloyQ M a! Members of send-off committee of the USO. of which Mrs. Fletcher DOOKKeeper. j Booker id chairman, go to every train in this city and Kingston on Second Class Seaman Eugene 0.iwnich servicemen depart for camps and they agree that the task, while Lawson, USN, returned to Bain-; necessary amd worthwhile, to not an easy one as far as emotional Dridge. Md.. arter spending a nine-i dav flirlnmrh with his nnrpnta Mr and Mrs. 6be Lawson, 27 Oak I Street. Lt. Jack C. Heist, who was stationed at Eustis, Fla., has been transferred to Camp Polk, La. Lt. Heist received his commission May 29, 1941, at Cambridge, upon completion of Reserve Officers' training course at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received a BS degree from the institute. He was called to active duty October 31, 1941 and served in the office of the Chief of Ordnance until July of this year, when he was transferred to an armored division, where he served until November. He is married to the former Margaret Gallagher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joew eph A. Gallagher, 32 Monroe Street, city. The lieutenant's father, Henry S. Heist, resides at Eustis, Fla. Set. Chauncey C. Roth, stationed at Keesler Field, Miss., is spending tne nouaays witn nis parents. Mr. and Mra. E. J. Roth, 306 North Washington Street. Second Class Seaman John T. Edwarde, USN, returned to Bain-bridge, Md., after spending a nine-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Edwards, 323 Horton Street. Second Class Seaman Anthony Paddock, stationed at Bainbridge. Md., is spending a furlough at his nome in tnis city. Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Earl of 115 John Street. Kingston, received word that their son, Sgt. Charleo B. Earl arrived somewhere in Eng land, xnis was tne Ilret word they received from their son In 10 weeks. mothers hail; OVERNIGHT COLD MISERY Cold's coughing, nasal congestion, muscle arhes in rhf CARE and back relieved by warming, comforting, two-way action of Penetro, the salve with the base of old-fashioned mutton suet, which was Grandma's stand-by. Demand Penetro. 25c. double supply 35c f Kingston Couple Will Be Married 25 Years Today Mr. and Mrs. John M. Miller to Observe Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John M. .Miller of 254 P.utter Avenue, Kingston, will observe their 25th wedding anniversary at their home today. Mr. and Mrs. Miller were mar ried at Kingston on December 24, 1917, by the late Rev. James D. Bryden. Mrs. Miller was formerly Miss Mary Powell, daughter -of the late Mir. and Mrs. Daniel W. Powell of Kingston. Mr. Miller is a son of Mrs. Daniel Miller and the late Mr. Miller of Plymouth. They are -the parent of twoi daughters and a son, Alberta, at home; Mrs. Frederick Wright of Kingston, and Sgt. John Miller, stationed at ILockborn Air Bane, Co lumbus, O. They also have one grandchild. Robert Wright. Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Stitzer, 36 West Walnut Street, Kingston, will observe their 30th wedding anniversary today. They will celebrate with a family dinner at their home on Christmas day. Mrs. Stitzer is the former Mary Parker of Kingston. Couple was married in Kingston Methodist parsonage by Rev. Charles M. Omstead. Mr. and Mrs. Stitzer have five ohlldren. They are Parker, Plymouth; Harold, Wiikes-Barre; Mrs. Robert James, Kingston; Barl, at home; and Seaman Second Claes Howard Stitzer, University of Chicago, U. S. Navy. They have three grandchildren, Jerry and Bobby Stitzer and Billy James. Mrs. Chenault Is Waterproof, La, OP) Mrs. Claire Lee Chennault, wife of the "Flying Tiger" general, has been patriotic enough to give iup a husband and several sons to the war effort but she's a practical woman.too. Neighbors staged an informal reception recently when Navy recruiting officers escorted Robert Chennault, 17, her youngest son, home to get his enlistment papers signed by his mother. One neighbor, who had once serv- ea seven years in tne Wavy, took .occasion to ask recruiting officers if i he might get back in. EXPERIENCES "" uuiicernea, Yesterdav. only two davs from Christmas, proved to be the most idimcult yet for the women who i saw tne 118 boys off. end.-orr committees are an hand for the 7:45 a. m., the 1:45 amd 4:04 p. m. trains as well as the trains that leave Kingston at night. One cf the send-off committee meanbere happened to be at the station the other morning to meet a friend coming- In on a 4 o'clock train noticed four young soldiers waiting in the station and extended tine usual cciurtesies and gifts to the young men. In eddition to the usual candy, peamits, cigarets and stationery given the servicemen, Christmas cookies and fruit cake were pre sented to those lea vine- yesterday. Mrs. Charles B. Sloan e was chairman of the send-off committee for the day. Travelers' Aid is responsible for me troops In transit. Cooperating organizations and chairmen: Amer ican Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Elmer James: Veterana of Foreign Wars, Mrs. Manraret Cooper; Mothers of Sons in Service, Mrs. R., O. Hale; YMCA Mother's Club, Mrs. James Jones; YWCA, Mrs. Tom S. BOTTLE WITH W ID 2 nnPTfiiran ehm? h ,fi,BII Em m If (THCIOWICIUBSOM)- U 3 IT STAYS AllVl VVVI Li and SPAnkixs ViVv LONGER 25th Anniversary To Be Marked By Kingston Couple Mr. ancb Mrs. 'Harry Baer -Wed December 24, 1917 . In This City Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Baer of 850 Rutter Avenue, Kingston, win celebrate their silver wedding: anni versary today. They were married on December 24, 1917. in Wllkes- Barre by Kev. cnaiMea rletchard. -Mr. Baer, a veteran of World War 1, served 18 months with the AEF in France. He belongs to the Fourth Infantry, the Third Division, and was stationed with the Army of Occupation along- the Rhine River in Meiaenheim, Germany, for nine months after the Armistice was signed. He returned home on August 27, 1919.' Since that time, he nas Been a resident or Kingston. Mrs. Baer is the former Miss Nettie Hoover, daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. Walter S. Hoover of Rug- gies. iK lownsnip. Mr. Baer is the eon of Wesley Baer of Vestal. N. T. He is em ployed as a carpenter. Temple Israel Will Observe College Night 4 University Students Who Were Trained at School Will Give Talks Annual College Night will be held at Temple Israel on Friday night at 8:15. Theme of College Night this year will be "Jewish Youth in Col lege Today." Following students will speak: Sylvia Bravman, University of Maryland; Alfred Groh and Enid Laks, Syracuse University; Harry Rothstein, University of Pennsyl vania. These students received their religious training at Temple Israel Religious School. Aaron Weiss will be chairman. Following the service a reception will be held in honor of the home coming students and Rabbi Benjamin Kreitman, who is acting as visiting rabbi in the absence of Dr. Kazis. Cantor Siller and the choir of Temple Israel will chant the' serv ices. Saturday morning services start at 8:30. Rabbi Kreitman will preach. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Snyder of 17 Korn Street, Kingston, have announced the birth of a daughter on December 22 in General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett of 155 Scott Street have announced the birth of a daughter on December 23 in General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Landers of 156 Hanover Street have announced the birth of a daughter on Decem- Der n in u-e.neral Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Smith of 4 Park Avenue have announced the birth of a daughter on December 23 in General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones of 5532 Woodland Avenu, Philadelphia, have announced the birth of a daughter at St. Vincent's Hospital, Philadelphia, on December 16. Mrs. Jones is the former Miss Anne Letner of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser of 138 Madison Street have announced the birth of a daughter on December 23. Mrs. Glasser is the former Miss Mary Cusick of North Franklin Street. Mr. and Mrs'. Edward Bomboy of Williamsport have announced the birth of a daughter on December 20 in Williamsport Hospital. Mrs. Bomboy is the former Miss Marjorie Rhodes of Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Sooby of 27 West Hollenback Avenue have announced the birth of a daughter on uecemDer a in General Hospital. St. Anthony's Church A midnight mass will be celebrated in St. Anthonv's Svrian Church, Dana Street and Park Avenue. High mass will be sung iuy xiev. jonn j. s.oury. Uholr will sing Massa deAngells and Adeste Fideles. Carols will be sunir hv t.h choir before the mass. Miss Kegina T. Mack, organist, will di reci me muelc. DIFFICULT DAY Mefoane; Catholic Community Service, Mrs. Charles B. Sloane and Miss jviary Keny; Jewish Welfare Board Mrs. j. N. S:lverman; Wyoming v-aaicy woman s uiud, Mrs. John Doran; Salvation Army. Mrs. Samuel Raub. Committee chairmen of West Side train committee: Mrs. Theodore Abbot, Mrs. Roger Clark, Mrs. Arthur Wheeler Emilv SiervHla Mra Aaron Wrei.s, Mrs. Joseph Shaffer,! ruLy-mono. wan, Mrs. Charles Ferguson, Mrs. Myles T. Cavanaugh and Mrs. Josepii Burke. Following meet special tradns: Mrs Henry Bailey, Margaret Hughes, Bennlce Ellinraon. Mrs. Fred Gutendorf, Mrs. Chapelonis, " XVI'nic' arimred Huznick, Rhoda Morgan, Mary Pnoferes and XWLIl jMXJTn. 1 -"ito .. Picked as the nation's ideal woman war worker, Mrs. Barbara Ann Clark of Flint, Mich., Is shown as she departed from Chicago for a War Bond tour. Mrs. Clark, adjudged "Miss Victory" in the finals at Chicago, works in a Flint war plant MOUNTAIN TOP OBSERVE 50TH ANNIVERSARY Mr: and Mrs. Irvin Zearfoss of Mountain Top will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary today, evening, Mr. and Mrs. Zearfoss were mar ried at Plymouth on December 24, 1892, by the Rev. William J. Day, pastor of Plymouth Presbyterian Church. The couple had 11 children, three of whom are deceased, two in in fancy and Mrs. John McCann of Ashley. Those living: Clara, at home: Mrs. William Russell, Hazleton; Mrs. Jcseph L. Duffy, Mountain Top; Eugene, Dixonville; Irvin and Marion, Mountain Top; Earl. Hazleton. and Wi'lliard of Elizabeth. N. J. Friday Bible Class Rev. George M. Smith, pastor St Lukes Reformed Church will teach the Friday Noon Men's Bible Class today in the IMCA. Due to Christmas and New Years on Friday the class1 will meet Thursday at noon. Nesbltt Auxiliaries Women's Board and various branches of Nesbitt Hospital auxiliaries will have monthly meetings on January 4. Join iho Payroll War Savings Plan. Put'at least 10 per cenf of your wages In War Bends. TIIS CHI TELEPEIOin COttPANY OP COUPLE WILL with open house afternoon and They also have 16 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. A family dinner will be held on Christmas Day. 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We must ask you to forego your usual Long Distance greetings this year-to make nd Long Distance calls unless they concern the war or are otherwise urgent. Your cooperation will help clear the lines for the vital calls of war and for the calls by men In Army camps and Navy Yards far from home. Central MetnodTs! Thursday, Christmas Eve service 11 p. m. to i midnight; Friday, Christmas "Day, annual Churca School program from 4 to 5 p. m. Honor roll plaque, dedicated to boys, who entered the armed services, will he unveiled; Christmas eandlelight carol service of pageantry and tableaux will be repeated Sunday night at 7:30. '; DOM'T CE AFRAID tiiTTCI 4 Make 2-lbs. Grand Spread Using Only 1-lb. Butter... with KNOX GELATINE Save 39 (Or. mm, baud m murag print) It's EasyHere' How: KNOX SPREAD 1 envelope Knox Gelatine U cup cold water 114H-OZ. can evaporated mttk " lib. butter 1 teaspoonful salt L Soften gelatine In K cup cold water. i. Dissolve thoroughly over hot water. J. 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