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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Monday, September 7, 1942
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PACE It ME PITTSIIMGH MESS. MONDAY, SmtMSU V 142 Why Grow Old?' Continue Condition Of Muscles Important Pre-War - Exercise for Aiding Wilson Alumnae P lan Tea Party to Honor First Year Students Pittsburgh Girls Will Be Guests At Saturday Event Launching Season For Club Women Projects Bustline Curve Advocated f : v Patriotic Needs .By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Are you curvacious? This Added to Club Schedules is a most happy feminine attribute. Naturally it's important to have the curves in the right spots. Also, they should v y u; - . H By ANNE WEISS Despite 1942-43 patriotic pro be gentle rather than abrupt. grams which will stress civil A curve which is too steep soon turns into a bulge. ian v defense, sewing for the QIC ' 3 By CONSTANCE HUMPHREY , Eleven young Pittsburgh girls who will enter Wilson College this month will be honor guests at a tea which Mrs. George Roth Craig will hold at her home in Edgewood on Saturday afternoon. , One of the guests will be Mary Jamison, whose sister, Rebecca, a senior at Wilson, will . describe their future alma mater to the girls. Aides at the tea, which will initiate the new season for the Wilson College Club of Pittsburgh, will include Mrs. Jay At one time we would have been Red Cross and conducting classes in nutrition, the majority of women's clubs plan to horrified at the thought of a well muscled woman. Our mind would have conjured up the vision of bulg continue pre-war projects In the ing femininity and a flying trapese. Not so today 1 This generation's beautiful lady is well muscled but interest of education and commu nity welfare. in a graceful, streamlined sort of An example Is the Woman's Club L. Bush, Mrs. Louis F. Drmmler. way. of Turtle creek, which has given Today's perfect figure is con scholarships annually since 1925 Mrs. Charles E. Macfarlane and Miss Elizabeth T. Mechesney. toured by muscles. These not only build the silhouette but give the Yoke Topped and has now endowed a 1943 stu dent at the University of Pitts burgh. woman graceful movement, good Mrs. Harry W. Tenney is the newly-elected president of the BRIDES-ELECT shown here are Miss Dorothy Cole of Dennis-ton Ave., top left, who will be married to Anthony G. Schleper of New Kensington on Friday Jn the Sixth Presbyterian Church ( Bachrach photo)'; Miss Florence Croyle of Schenley Heights (below), engaged to Russell E. Beal; and (above right). Miss Mary Katharine Finks of Birmingham, Ala., betrothed to her former Carnegie Tech classmate, Robert Baltzer Kramer of Greensburg. Dosture. and litheness. They also bring health and increased vitality. FOR IMPROVING THE BUST LINE Actress Louise Allbritton shows you how to do the exercise suggested by Josephine Lowman. President's day will be observed by the club Sept. 19 with "Stepping Stones to Peace" as the program theme. Mrs. A. P, Vincent, county club leader, will speak. A . tea will Our health as well as our beauty is dependent, to a large extent, on the condition of out muscles. Our prolapsis and all kinds of fatigue digestion, our elimination, our conclude the program. nerve health, and our freedom from are influenced by the condition of Officers who will receive the our muscles. guests with the president, Mrs. Ruth S. Hoffman, will be Mrs. Walter L. No feminine figure really can be both arms forward, crossing the arms in front of you. Now move arms back to side position. The first time the right arm should be on top the next time, the left arm goes on top. You can use dumbbells or a fiat iron in each hand. Keep the arms at shoulder height Davis, Mrs. R. C. Hughes, Mrs. attractive without a well curved bustline. Uplift brassieres help. Joseph H. Lusk and - Miss Estella Stewart. Mind Your MANNERS and so does padding, but these are Dr. W. W. Lantz will speak at our Baby Play Habits only makeshifts until the real bust-line can be improved. And it can be improved! I receive many let the Oct. 2 meeting on "Our First Ideal a Free Man." The seniors will be guests of the junior section on Oct. 5. The club anniversary Supervised 1 When you are talking to an unmarried woman should 'you speak level throughout. If you wish to have my exer-' cises for increasing the bust line, -send p S-cent-stamped, self-ad dressed . envelope . for "Round : Shoulders, Flat Bustt Reverse? Address Josephine Lowman, Box Pittsburgh, Pa. - Nuptials Mt. Oliver Girl Bride Of Corporal ters from readers who have built up the bustline with my exercises. Here is an exercise to try. Stand tall. Take a weight in each hand. Keep the elbows straight throughout the exercise. Lift the arms sidewise shoulder height. Move of another unmarried woman as an will be observed Jan. 22. Aliqaippa Women Plan Defense Inttitut Lunch old maid"? 2 If you are talking to someone Mothers May Teach Chil dren Correct Method who is overweight should you say Following the opening social pro what a shame you think it Is that gram honoring new officers. Sept. 8, Mary is putting on so much weight? the Woman s Club of Aliquippa rJOMSSON'S 3 Should you let your child ban' plans & Defense Institute luncheon die a friend's baby? Oct. 13. Members of the citizen At a ceremony In the Knoxville Presbyterian Church on Sept. . Miss Bernice Winter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winter of Fremont St., Mt. Oliver, became the bride of Corp. Dean E. Miller, son of Clifford E. Miller of Knox Ave. A Victorian gown of stiff white brocaded satin and a three-quarter 4 Should you speak of a man as ship and education committee will Liberty at Oliver an old man" wnen ine person to be hostesses. whom you are talking is just about By MYRTLE MEYER ELD RED In the main there are three ways in - which children leam. They learn by being told how to behave in any given situation. They learn by. being shown by you or others how to act. They learn by doing Dr. George B. Leiberman of Eoff M his age? St. Temple, Wheeling, W. Va., will group. She was formerly president of the Forest HUls Juniors and Is a member of the Forest Hills School Board. - Miss Mary Elizabeth Moore, of Rosslyn Farms, is vice-president of the club and Mrs. Malcolm Mallory Farnsworth is recording secretary. Since Seton Hill College, in Greensburg, will celebrate its silver anniversary this year. Miss Alice Yakulis. of South Atlantic Ave., newly-elected president of the national Seton Hill Alumnae Association, has announced that a drive for funds for the erection of a new libarary at the college will be started. Alumnae from all over the United States will contribute to the fund and a number of benefits will be held to raise the money. - In addition to Miss Yakulis. national officers of the group include Mrs. Leo Cassels of Perrysyille Ave vice-president, and Miss Agatha Mhley of Beaver Meadows, Pa., secretary. The Pittsburgh Alumnae of Seton Hill, headed by Mrs. Con McGregor, will hold a tea at Home's on Sept. 26. and as usual, the Thanksgiving Eve .Ball, sponsored by the local group, will be held at the Hotel Schenley. . At a tea at their home yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Croyle of Schenley Heights announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Florence Croyle, to Russell E. Beal. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Beal of Mansfield, O. Florence attended Pennsylvania College for Women. Her fiance, who attended Ashland College and Ohio State University, is an aviation cadet in the TJ. 8. Army Air Corps, stationed at Kelly Field, in San Antonio. ; , News of the betrothal was revealed by means of small engraved cards bearing the names of Florence and her fiance. Aides at the tea included Mrs. Robert G. Croyle of Coraopolis, Miss Elizabeth M. Eriksson of Mt. Lebanon, Miss Amy Robinson of Schenley Heights and three sisters of the bride-to-be. Mrs. William W. Ford 5 Should you laughingly refer to be a guest of the club in January. length veil were worn by the bride. His subject will be "America Lost a woman whose husband is away in the Army as "a widow"? who carried white roses and gardenias. Her attendants wore gowns America Regained." . Dr. Manuel C and then discovering what happens. in similar style. Miss Wilma Winter. Think of this when you are try i What woiifdiyov do i You are talking to the mother of Elmer of the sociology department, University of Pittsburgh, and Diana Parks, Press garden editor, are other speakers for the current ing to teach your child anything, from how to drink from a cup to two children near the same age as maid of honor, was attired in pale yellow and carried talisman roses. The bridesmaids, Miss Peggy Mor (a) Rave about how cute one is. season." without saying much about the other? how to play with companions. It demands a combination, of all the various teaching methods to put across the lesson you want the child spruce up gan and Mrs. Elsie Notaro, sister of Forest Hills Club To Hear State Leader the bridegroom, wore pale green and (b) Try to have as much praise for one as for the other? carried yellow roses. Suzette Miller, niece of the bridegroom, was flower The civic duty of Americans will to learn. . your hair at savings now! be stressed by Mrs. John M. Phillips, You will see that to leave the Answers 1 No. girl in a pale yellow frock. She car ried a colonial bouquet. former president of the State Fed child alone so that he may fight eration of Women's Clubs, at the 2 No. Vou will make the person bis own battles is just one of the Wayne Miller was his brother's best man and Merle Winter and Oct. S meeting of the Forest Hills to whom you are speaking feel Woman's Club. William Miller ushered. Mrs. Kath teaching methods that is. what he learns by experience. The other two you are neglecting. These small Other speakers who will be guests ryn Haen Winter, aunt of the bride. of the club are Rosemary Casey, sang, accompanied by Ernest Nen. children have to be shown the best Rev. Bernard Clausen, pastor of Corp. Miller is stationed in New wavs to Dlay. They have to be the First Baptist Church, and Diana shown, by your treatment of your Hampshire. 3 No. 4 No. He will think, "So he thinks & man of my age is an old man." 5 No. She may not see the humor of it. . Better "What Would You Do" solution (b). Parks, Press garden editor. comnanv. what it means to oe a Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sedney Women Voters Leoue hostess. When your boy has a guest, his Schedules Meetings guest should have the first choice The League of Women Voters of the toys. Then each child can Time to pep up your outlook with a new hair-do and permanent! Be ready with lustrous hair for your new fall clothes. Have your lasting permanent at our savings now! We're open Monday and Wednes-. day evenings. You may consult Miss Hay on your hair problems. Phone Atlantic 6200. Our 6.50 Treo Wave, . 5.65 Our 4.25 Wave. 3.50 Shampoo and ffingsrwavs 1.00 Oir fanois Elfii hair-lob, T5e class in county government will have one toy to play with as long as he wants it. When one drops a meet at 10 a. m. Tuesday at League headquarters, Peoples Bank Bldg tov the other child may possess it Bridge Luncheon Women of " the ' South Hills Country Club will hold a bridge nf olenshaw. Mrs. William H. Gray with Mrs. George R. Wallace in until he drops it. No one child can charge of the program. Mrs. M. J. Foley of Hibiscus Dr. hang onto more than one toy ai a time, and, as the interest span is short, this works no hardship to of Allison Park and Miss Edna Croyle of Akron, O. Recewing with Miss Croyle were her mother and the mother of Mr. luncheon at 12:30 p. m. Wednesday under the chairmanship of Mrs. W. F. Doyle. Her committee includes Mrs. George J. York, Mrs. Henry H. either of them. will entertain members of the Swiss vale League Tuesday at a dessert luncheon at 1:30. Mrs. Winton H. Beck will preside at the business Beal. The larger toys riding ones, for (Edith Ferguson) have returned from a wedding trip to Washington and West Virginia and are at home in McKeesport. They were married July 25 in St. Paul's Cathedral. Oakland, with Miss Marcella Sedney, sister of the bridegroom, and Andrew P. Kruper serving as attendants. Mrs. Sedney is the daughter of Mrs. Claire Ferguson of Classport. Mr. Sedney is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Prank J. Sedney of McKeesport. - At a ceremony resterday in the Spring Lake. N. J Episcopal Church, Miss Zonia Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Porter of Wireton, Pa., became the bride of Alexis Andrew of New York. The bride, graduate of Geneva College, is a well-known violinist and was "Miss Television" at the instance have to be shared and -.. Mrs R-nbert Garvin ' and her this is another thine a child learns meeting which will follow. Tully, Mrs. Earl P. Johnson, Mrs. R. D. Quuxn, Mrs. C. L. Dumas, Mrs. P. J.' Schaming, and Mrs. L. H. McDanieL The yoke at the top of this classic shirtwaist frock keeps the shoulders smooth; below it, front and back, are the gathers which permit easy fullness through the bodice! Thus your frock fits smartly and comfortably. You can make it easily at home; try it in gabardine, plaid wool or one of the new rayon weaves! Pattern No. 8177 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 14, short sleeves, takes four yards 39-inch material, 2 yards 54-inch. The new fall book of attractive designs for every use and every occasion is now ready. Price of Pattern 16c Price of Book (includes 1 cent postage) 15c If ordered together, both for 26c bv beinz told, not by his own intui A meeting of Observatory League Hon which would be to keep the will . take place . Sept. 15, followed young son, Robert Day Garvin, will leave tonight for Colorado Springs where they will Join Major Garvin. They have leased their home on Pitcairn Place to Dr. Henry H. Hill, best of everything for himself. by a luncheon. Miss Clara Blumen- chein will be hostess. Plav should be supervised until such time as a child learns the new superintendent oi nitsoursu schools. . . ' rules of play. You can then feel free to leave him' alone to learn Mainr Garvin, a memrjer oi me what he can by experience. He staff of Western Pennsylvania Hospital, is now attached to the sta could never have disagreeable ex tion hospital at tamp vmouu. Allegheny County Fair in 1939. Mr. Deriences. which are as educational We. the Wemen-SelfishneSS Is Disloyal Soldier's Family Deserves Kindness Pittsburgh Press- Pattern Dept. as pleasant ones, if you interferred persistently and made everything Andrew is one or the Don cossacK singers. Sergeant and Bride come out right.- - No. 8177. Size Honevmoon in boutn But. for children of this age who Kaednege Society Thfl. marriaee of Miss Virginia know none of the rules, you are right to stand guard to help them Ma Peters to Set.. James Byrd Will Hold Meeting The Kaednege Society will meet Name v.iv, .ir cnn of Mr. and Mrs find out how to play in trie way T.m.J -R ioitVi of Asheville. N. C, that will bring the greatest hap By RUTH MTLLETT Thursday in the East Liberty Pres kj aijiv.j - has been announced by her father. When a man goes off to fight for - Street Address byterian Church lor the regular Raymond W. Peters oi s. rTemoni. nis country he has a right to ex monthly . meeting and sewing. pect that the wife he leaves behind Ave.. Bellevue. t-h. wiiiiam V. Parsons perform Hostesses will be Mrs. J. if. lai- City State f erty. Mrs. T. A. Fleeson. Mrs. S. V. will be treated courteously, decently, and kindly by the civilians he is .H the reremonv on Sept. 4 and piness to both of them. - Our leaflet on "Toys for All Ages'1 suggests the toys which are of the greatest interest and amusement at different ages. It may be had by sending a 3-cent-stamped, self-addressed envelope to Myrtle Meyer Eldred in care of The Pittsburgh Press. Sattele. Mrs. F. H. Beebe, Mrs. risking his life to protect. the couple is now noneymoonms 1 n Via CAIltVl Ralnh Noah. Mrs. Harry Thompson, Hill City Head to Talk But a soldier's wife isn't always Miss Fannie Werdenbaugh, Mrs. W. rm, hriria attended the Ad-Art treated the way a soldier's wife A. McCready. Mrs. J. H. Park and Howard McKinney, director of Hill CitV. will arirtrpss memHore r wi" School and Mr.. Keith attended the should be treated. Mrs. R. H. . Bennett. in a soutnern city recently a the Soroptimist Club of Pittsburgh University of North Carolina, ne is soldier's wife was put out of the stationed at Fort Eustis. va. wmmrow- at -a iimcneon meeting house her husband - left her In Crochet Trimmed Layette because the money he sent -her to ip. n. a. live on was late in 'arriving. Anotner soldier's wife suspect JO ing that her husband was about to be sent to another country. JEzasenaBptiawnDO 9s asKea ner employer if she could get away for two weeks so that she could . be with him a little is ready with an whue before he sailed. She got "No" for an answer. Those are extreme cases. But in evsry town there are service Secretarial ICoorse men s wives to whom no one is Accelerated making any effort to be neighborly. A service man's wife and kids move into a new neighborhood and often the wives who live on the same street make no effort to in clude her in their social activities. Nor do their husbands bother to oner to help her out by doing some of the yard work that is too our You3 Y,ondr.Hireut- ' i 1 'l Pretty and - heavy for a woman. Too many people are taking the acutuae tnat 11 a woman s hus band is in the service it's just her nam luck. Rockledge Garden Group Sets Meeting I us Mrs. R. A. McCrady will entertain members of the Rockledge Garden It Practical. Toe ... A Casual, Shart starting Monday September 14th We'll train competent secretaries to speed up the war effort of business, Uncle Sam! In six months we'll give them the thorough, sound business training that you want P. I. A.'s accelerated secretarial course includes Shorthand, Typewriting, Business English, Business Machines, iaw, Filing, Indexing and Accounting. Although the Time is minimized, you 11 find that the Uaining is not! Enroll now! ' Open to High School and College Graduates " , . Oegls Scpterahcr Cth to . 11th Pittsnrbh Institute of Aeronautics Aviation Building, Seventh Sfc at Duquesne Way. Atlantic 0S00 Club at her home in Edgewood on Sept. 14. Members of the group will discuss various gardening problems. Serving as co-hostesses will be Mrs. C. S. Pitkin, Mrs. J. I. McLallen, Mrs. E. C Bothweu, Mrs. C. E. Wil- lock. Mrs. W. C. Dierks. Mrs. E. W. McCallister and Mrs -G. L. McZntyre. By MRS. ANNE CABOT Fine "baby-lace" done in crochet is all youll need to trim this lovely little set of new-baby clothes. The tiny dress, petticoat and wrapper will make a most welcome christening present! Use nainsook, lawn, batiste or soft crepe for the set. Do the delicate crochet edgings in very fine thread. , . To obtain this pattern send this clipping along with 11 cents (includes lc postage) in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to THE PITTSBURGH PRESS PATTERN DEPARTMENT Pattern No. 5202 (Print Your Name and Address) Betrothal Revealed At Ingram Luncheon At a luncheon at their home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. De The new short hair-do Is easy to wear and easy to care for. It's efficient and tidy looking. . It's easy to dress up . . . and best of all, it's so young! Cherub Cut. ..... ... 1.00 Cherub Permanent. ...... .. . .... .4.25 Phone ATlantic 4500 for Appointment Kosenbaum's beauty salon, seventh floor Tour Name wees of Ingram announced the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Margaret Ann Dewees, to Thomas E. Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.v E V Kramer of Sheraden. -Miss Dewees attended Westmin Street and Number ster College and Mr. Kramer is a graduate of Washington and Jeffer son College. City and State

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