The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 8, 1945 · Page 19
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afar "e-o-ar- 'aaaarr o . . f f a ( , '-S-fllKEagaRESS, SUNDAY. APRII a. I04S PAGE 19 Daytime Frocks Are Smart Crochet Housecleaning Set Marriage Is Announced Dessert Bridge Benefits Deshon A desert-bridge party for the Deshon General Hospital will be held by the Junior Woman's Club of Coraopolis, Saturday, April 14, at 1:30 p. m. in the Coraopolis Y. M. C. A. Mrs. H. C. A. Hofacker, general Chairman of the party, has as aides Mrs- Walter Holsinger, chairman of f Ricardo ANNOUNCES OF HIS BEAUTY SALON FOR THE DISCRIMINATING WOMAN Specializing in nistinetivo Hair Styling and Permanent Waving ATLANTIC 5494 Suite 602 212 OLIVER AVE. V OPEN EVENINGS 5338 fP 5151515 Mothers' Group To Hold Benefit On Tuesday afternoon at 1:30, Omega Chapter of Psi Psi Psi, International Mothers group of Delta Delta Delta, will hold its semi-annual benefit dessert-bridge at the Chapter House, 4206 Bigelow Blvd. A business meeting will precede the bridge. Members will meet at 12:30. The committee in charge is composed of Mrs. H. Schutte, Mrs. E. J. Schorr and Mrs. Thomas Ramsay. Western Girl Bride of Officer Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mary Margaret Mason, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Mason of Reno, Nevada, to Lt. (jg) Alfred G. Elpern, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Elpern of Craft Ave. The ceremony took place In Ottumwa, Iowa, Naval Air Station, Feb. 10. Since that time, Lt. Elpern has been transferred to Corpus Christi Air Station. The bride is a graduate of the University of Nevada and is a member of Tri Delta fraternity. Lt. Elpern, a graduate of Annapolis Naval Academy, took part in three major operations in the liberation of France. His bride paid a brief visit to his parents here en route to Corpus Christi, where she rejoined her husband recently. To Install Officers Mrs. C. V. Foerster. Dast nresident of the Mt. Oliver Woman's Club, will install new orTirers at. a mpot. ing Tuesday afternoon at Masonic Haii, isjiox Ave. Mrs. J. J. Mohan is the new chief executive. Other new officers are Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. Mrs. J. J. Fox, Mrs. R. M. Colter- yann, Mrs. H. J. McGough, Mrs. Leo Dithrich and Mrs. J. J. Fox. Serenade" Permanent Wave "US1' $5-00 "French Oil" Permanent Wave Regularly $6.25 $3.50 Complete with shampoo and styled fingerwave. With or Without Appointment fhona AT. SI 00 3rd Fleer Frank & Seder I Husbands Invited Husbands of members of the Bethel Garden Club will be entertained by the club at a covered dish dinner Thursday evening in i i I I ,the Bethel Presbyterian Church, Homer Martz, Pittsburgh Press garden editor, will speak on " Vic-i tory Gardens." Dusting Mitten Household Aid By MRS. ANNE CABOT A housecleaning set of dusting mitten and a dust-broom case to slip over your broom when you do the walls will be invaluable aids in your April or May spring cleauiing. Both are made of giant filet mesh crocheted of soft white cotton yarn. When soiled the set is as easy to launder as a pair of gloves. And if you now have difficulty in finding good dish mops, why not just put a new cotton yarn end on your dish mop stick. I've noticed that the mops now in the markets are very inferior and much more expensive than they used to be. Putting a new top of rug yarn or candlewick yarn on your mop is easy to do and highly satisfactory. The furniture polisher mitten is really a treasure it saves your i hands, spreads the polish evenly j over furniture surfaces and gives it i a good high polish. Dunk it in thick ! suds when it becomes badly soiled, i hold it under the faucet to rinse it i out and hang it to dry by the big loop at top. Crochet it of cotton yarn. It is easily and quickly crocheted in a big filet mesh and then the loops on the polishing side are pulled through the meshes, caught and cut so that it provides a deep, thick pile. Size of this mitten is 8 by S1 inches. It makes a grand gift for the girl who is just setting up housekeeping. To obtain complete crocheting instructions for the Housecleaning Set (Pattern No. 5338) and for the Big Polishing Mitten (Pattern No. 5555) sketches of stitches and detail. PITTSBURGH PRESS PATTERN DEPARTMENT No. 5338. Price 16c. No. 5555. Price 16c. Name Street Address City State to" 9f ha. the tea committee; Mrs. Robert CV O'Brien, prizes; Mrs. W. J. Wicsner, tables and decorations; and Miss Elsie Becker, candy sales. SEW-SAVE BUY BONDS Sow ts the ttme to bare ronr eewinr machine repaired. We clean and adjust rour ewtng machine for only $2. Doee not Include parts all tovemment and charitable institutions will be riren 80" tiwounv 8 reani experience In thi type Of worh. formerly connected with 8 of Fittebiir(th' leading department etorea. AU work ruaranteed. Call or write A. L. MORRONE LO. 2287 J 127 Illinois Ave., Ptttabarth 18. P. IIAJR STYLIST THE OPENING WJAS KDKA ' - Educator to Speak Leland C. Zook, supervisor of Vocational Agriculture of Shaler High School, will address the Mount Royal Village League at their monthly meeting on Thursday, April 12.- de luxe Wiltat COLD WAVE M SPRAYED PHENOMENAL SUCCESS WITH FINE AND "DIFFICULT" HAIR Colle's were the FIRST to introduce Cold Waves in Pittsburgh ... their years of experience males it possible to get results on ANY texture of hair, including white, bleached or dyed . . . Cir-clette gets closer to the scalp ... even the shorter strands are turned into exquisite curls. COMPLETE SI5 ivanda Ct'd Wave, $10 i J J P.-T. A. Calendar MONDAY West View, 8 p. m. Russell Adams, speaker. TUESDAY McCleary, 7:45 p. m. Frank X. Eckl, speaker. Harwood, 7:30 p. m. Donald M. Carrol, speaker. Sunnyside, 8 p. m. Harvey Crass, speaker. Kelly, 1 p. m. Juvenile Court Visit. Belmar, 1:30 p. m. Dr. Howard S. Kaufman, speaker. Henry Clay Frick, 8 p. m. Discussion. WEDNESDAY Hillsdale, 7:45 p. m. Musicale. Kelton, 8 p. m. Open house. THURSDAY Morningside, 8 p. m. Dr. Kaufman, speaker. Beltzhoover, 8 p. m. Business meeting. FRIDAY Emsworth, 2:15 p. m. Scout activities. April Meeting The April meeting of the Rock-ledge Garden Club will take place tomorrow at the College Club. A garden forum will be conducted by Mrs. Alexander P. Lindsay. Questions on practical gardening will be discussed. 0,1 23rd vtnnversary- i Magic Hair Piece! HOLLYWOOD-FALL The new hair piece designed especially for your ROMANTIC moments. So easy to attach to your own hair, then wear it up or down, or in smart chignon Braids Chignons Large selection of beautiful combs and hair brushes. Jerry Fedele's Iloaniy & Cosmetics Salon 1st Floor, Jenkins Arcade 1. 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