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WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. FRIDAY, APRIL 13. 1956 Dr. C. J. Katz Gives Talk To Ki -Wives Junior League Elects Heads At Luncheon Parjey Mapped : Symphony Series Drive Planned LISTS CHECKED FOR HOMECOMING By Children' Of Revolution Psychiatrist Speaks On 'Normal Person' At Luncheon THIRTY-EIGHT 1 If V Mrs. G. L Bussard Is Named President Of City Group 3 Societies to Send Members to D. C. Convention Mrs. Gordon L. Bussard was elected president of the Junior League of Wilmington at the April luncheon meeting Wednesday at Christ Episcopal Church, Christiana Hundred. She will Representatives of three so "The Normal Person" was the subject of an address given by Dr. Charles J. Katz, psychiatrist, at the April luncheon meeting of Wilmington Ki-Wives yesterday at the DuPont Country Club. Mrs. Herbert Weld in, president, conducted the business session in which final arrangements were announced for attendance succeed Mrs. J. Edward Schell, .iwiiwiiiin .lit, nr-' ii " " Mornlnc Newt Phot Mrs. C. W. Hazel, Jr., left, and Mrs. Robert W. Lautz are completing plans for the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra subscription series campaign which begins Sunday. The series vill include Jour Monday evening concerts during the 1956-57 season. Final concert of the current season will be held. Sunday at 3 p. m. in The Playhouse. Checking lists of Delaware Hospital olumnae as reservations are received for the 25th homecoming celebration on Saturday, April 21, are (left to right) Miss Audrey Lynn, secretary; Mrs. Eleanor P. Jester, vice president, and Mrs. Rita Miller and Miss Theresa Lavin, both directors. Reservations will close on Wednesday, April 18. NEW CASTLE GARDEN CLUB PLANS FOR MAY MARKET BANKER PRAISES PROGRESS WOMEN MADE IN 40 YRS. Plans for the May Market to State (Court) House Plaza and Green in New Castle were made at 'the April meetin2 ot the Arasapha Garden Club yesterday. Mrs The great strides made by women during the past four decades were lauded by Mr. Edwin P. Nellan, president of the Equitable Security Trust Company, in an address before the several hundred William H. Barney, president, luncheon of the Wilmington City officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Warren F. Beasley, treasurer; Mrs. James Black, record ing secretary, and Mrs. Alext Guests Listed For Hospital Unit Banquet Delawa re Alumnae Plan 25th Annual Homecoming Among honored guests at the 25th annual homecoming banquet of the Delaware Hospital Alumnae Association on Saturday, April 21, in the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel DuPont will be Mrs. Alberta M. Trunck, principal and director of the hospital School of Nursing; Miss Lucile E. Dugan, now of New women attending the 31st annual Federation of Women s Club and in the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel were given suffrage only five years before the federations founding, he said that a great deal of production today is de signed to meet standards which women have imposed. "Wnmpn havp traditionally Tarumianz, corresponding secretary. Holdover officers, in addition to Mrs. Barney, are: Mrs. Newlin T. Booth, Jr., vice president, and Mrs. J. Danforth Bush, second vioe president. The club has been Invited to participate in a number of forthcoming flower shows. On Friday, April 27,. from 2 to 9 p. m., the Seedlings and Spade and Trowel Garden Club will sponsor a community show at the American Legion building, v.tc .miiciii.au uckjuu uuuuiiiK, been interested in the Mure.Golden Anniversary and it follows that their con- w ' Allied Organization yesterday DuPont. Recalling that women vitations; Mrs. Joseph P. Koller, guest table, and Mrs. Ralph E. Lyness, publicity. City Couple Observe jvir. ana Mrs. James H. Dick- inson, 426 South Bancroft Parkway, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary yesterday. In their honor a family dinner was held at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Dickinson, 10 Wordsworth Drive, Hyde Pai- T 1 1 1 . , . I siderable influence should be exerted in support of policies which are of long-range good," he said. Pointing to the need for wom- ens interest in the education ' , ri i r i -i l Kennett Square. The public SlKi '5 imrft J Hmit.,; i Hon. Richard P. Robbins. York, former director of the field, not only in teaching but school of nursing; Miss Kath-iin long-term policies and plan-erine Davidson, co-soonsor of this year's class, and Mrs. Jean!grettable that exchange students j going from our country into for- . 1 "e, ?een"nL3 were raarrieaiion ana air. irea nanacn eign lands are often unable to! AP 12-196- bv "e Rev. Jud- of YVilming on were the god-attend native schools due to!son estfal- pastor of Bethany parents. Following the chnsten- oapusi unurcn. airs. uicKin- ing, a ainner was sitvcci ai me son before her marriage was home of the baby's grandpar-Miss Susan Rebecca Lukens. Be-lents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Lind- utiitu uuu aimiioatuii la lice, The anual Wilmington Garden n, pi,- ck, c,f,... ll-u May 5, will be held at Bishop stead, Wood Road, Wilmington. The first annual Flower Show to be conducted at the University of Delaware will be held June 2 and 3 at Agricultural HalU A complete schedule of classes will be available after April 15. Information concerning any of these shows may be obtained from Mrs. Horace L. Deakyne or Mrs. Barney. On Wednesday, April 18, Mrs. Heatherly Dutton will -conduct a class in flower arrangements, who has served in the office during the past year. Other officers elected for 1956-57 are: Mrs. Donald F. Pollock, vice president; Mrs. Robb M. De- Graff, recording secretary; Mrs. John B. Tepe, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. W. Coleman Edgar, treasurer. Speaker at the meeting was Mr. Walter J. Heacock, director of research and interpretation of the Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation. The next board meeting will be held Monday, May 7, at the headquarters, 1308 Delaware Avenue. Engagements Mr. and Mrs. Franklin T. Rex of Tamaqua, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marilyn Elaine Rex, to Dr. Carl Wendell Lofland, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Carl W. Lofland, of Kennett Square, Pa. Miss Rex Is a graduate of Tamaqua High School and Pottsville Hospital School of Nursing, and is a member of the nursing staff of the University of Pennsyl vania Hospital, Philadelphia. Dr. Lofland, a graduate of the Kennett Consolidated School and Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, received his degree of doctor of dental surgery at the University of Pennsylvania last June. He is currently attending a short course in oral surgery at Letterman Army Hospital, San Francisco. Dr. Lofland is on active duty in the U. S. Air Force Dental Corps, stationed at Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Block of 11 Fifth Avenue, New York City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Diane Block, to Mr. Beryl Joseph Chaby, son of Mrs. Abraham S. Chaby and the late Mr. Chaby. Miss Block is attending Washington Square College, New York University. She is president of the Washington Square College League of Women. Mr. Chaby attended the University of Delaware, where he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He received his bachelor of science degree from Temple University College of Pharmacy and is currently attending Still College of Osteopathy and Surgery in Des Moines, la. He is a member of Lambda Omicron Gamma medical fraternity. A June wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Madron of East Marlboro, Pa., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Delores Madron, to Mr. Harry Abel of Cochran-ville, Pa. Miss Madron is a member of the senior class at the Union-ville-Chadds Ford School. Mr. Abel is employed at the Maule Farms. AAUW Branch Plans For Spring Luncheon Ticket sales have been extended until noon today for the 35th annual spring luncheon of the Wilmington Branch, American Association of University Women, tomorrow at 12:30 p. m. in the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel DuPont. Reservations are in charge of Mrs. Wilmer A. Jenkins, SYcamore 8-8296, and Mrs. Raold Bowers, OLmpia 6-5830. Miss Bess Howard, well known authority on world affairs, will address the meeting on the theme, "Where Are We Now?" Decorations will carry out a color scheme of deep blue, rose and gold with a world motif in keeping with the topic. The annual luncheon is the occasion on which election votes are cast. Candidates this year are: President, Mrs. S. Marston Fox; second vice president, Mrs. Matthew C. Sullivan and Mrs. Frank H. Waters; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Frederick H. Her-zog and Mrs. Marcus A. Naylor, Jr. SALE TO AID PUPILS A bake sale will be held tomorrow from 9:30 a. m. to 1 p. m. at Hearn's Market, Collins Park, for the benefit of the ninth grade of Colwyck, to raise funds for the year book. Contributions for the bake are asked, and will be accepted by Mrs. Paul Steele, OLympia 5-0349; Mrs. Henry Arnold, OLympia 2-6648. sides their son, there is one grandson, James E. Dickinson, and one great grandson, William K. Dickinson. FARBAXD TO MEET Farband Organisation will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Seidel, 2418 West Street-Trees are to be planted in Israel by the organization in honor of the newly-born granddaughters of Rabbi Simon Krinsky and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cherrin. This is .sponsored- by the Dela-fsion ware uarden Committee and will be held at Christ Church, Christiana Hundred from 10:30 j a. m. until 12-noon. Tickets may: be secured from Mrs. Benjamin N. Jackson. Mr. Oscar Mcrtz, Jr., will be presented at Tower Hill School on Thursday, April 26, at 8 p. m. His talk with slides is entitled "Prarie Schooner 1956" and is a tour through the national parks. Tickets are in charge of Mrs. Barney or Mrs. Deakyne. The next meeting of the Ara be held Saturday, May 5, on the conducted the session in which WEDDINGS MRS. VIVIAN G. HESS MR. JAMES N. CARTER III Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Gubelmann of 1101 Berkeley Road. West over Hills, announce the mar riage of their daughter, Mrs, Vivian Gubelmann Hess, to Mr, James Newman Carter III of Palm Beach, Fla., and Washing' ton, D. C. The ceremony was performed -i i i j m :Hin;h,r' .f"? Towe!; School, vassar College, and the Rhode Island School of De- sign. She made her debut in 1943. Mr. Carter is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James N. Carter, Jr., of C'hadds Ford. Pa.. and the grandson of Mrs. War wick Emile Montgomery of Wash ington, D. C. He attended Portsmouth Priority School and Georgetown University. A reserve infantry officer, he fought in Europe in World War II with the 84th Infantry Divi sion. In the Korean War he was with the Seventh Infantry Divi -and later-served with the Third Infantry in Washington, D. C. Among his decorations are two Combat Infantrv Badces and the Bronze Star. He is a mem- ber of the Chevy Chase Club. Chevy Chase, Md.f and associated with Previews, Inc., in Palm Beach. MISS LOIS V. FOX MR. JAMES C. DRAKE The wedding of Miss Lois Virginia Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fox of Salem, and Mr. James Curtis Drake, son of iast saturaay morning in the parsonage of the First Methodist Church, Salem. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. John Hope, Jr., of Penns-ville was her sister's only attendant. Best man was Mr. Robert Swift of Collins Park. Following the reception held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. Drake and his bride left on a wedding trip to New York City. The bride, a graduate of Salem High School and Goldey Beacom School of Business, is associated with the Life Insurance Company of America, in Wilmington. Mr. Drake, who was graduated from McDonough Preparatory School, attended Penn Stale University, and is now with the U. S. Marine Corps, stationed on the U.S.S. Forrestal in Portsmouth, Va. MISS JANE DE YOUNG MR. JAMES O. ALEXANDER The wedding of Miss Jane De Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter De Young of Huntingdon, ConUnutd n followlnc pite QwjW Paints to BitM 7 ctmwiUnt Jboafijm American Revolution in Delaware, accompanied by Miss Helen M. Scott, senior state president, will attend the 1956 convention of the National Society, Children of the American Revolution, in Washington on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 20, 21 and 22. Sessions will be held at the Mayflower Hotel Attending will be: From the Blue Hen's Chickens Society, Wilmington Miss Charlene E, Witsil, Junior president; Miss Beverly McCloskey, delegate, and Mrs. Donald OUendorf, sen ior president; from the Robert Kirkwood Society, Newark Frazer Jones, junior president; from the David Peterson deVriei Society, Lewes Miss Adele Chambers, organizing senior presioeni. key will serve as pages and Frazer Jones will carry the Del--aware flag in the processions. The program will open Frl- day with a reception at the DAR District Chapter House, to be followed by a Junior National Board meeting, junior dutch treat dinner at the Shoreham Hotel, and stunt night at the The remainder of the program follows: Saturday, 9 a. m., con vention session in the ballroom, Mayflower Hotel, preceded by a concert by the Navy Band Orchestra; in the afternoon a tour of the city; dinner dance in the evening at the Mayflower; Sunday, memorial service at the National Cathedral, tour to Arlington National Cemetery and to Mt. Vernon where lunch will be served, and to the Grave of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington, Va. BABY CHRISTENED Stephen Robert Kelly, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kelly of Willow Run, was christened in Lower Brandywine Presbyterian Church on Sunday. The Rev. John Oldman, Jr., pas- tor, was in charge of the serv ice. Mrs. Robert irost of Arling- i T 7 Jf A L. strom, Old Kennett Road. DINNER DANCE MAPPED Delaware Link 43, Order of the Golden Chain, will hold their annual dinner dance on Saturday at the Hotel Rodney. A cocktail hour at 7:30 p. m. will precede dinner to be served at 8:30. Music-will be furnished by Manny Klein and his orchestra. Chairmen are Mrs. Rose Adlcr and Mrs. Ceal Levin. The year book chairman is Mrs. Estelle Berg. YOUTH BED LINE OF Our Layaway Plan, Heath, another co-sponsor of the class of '56, a former science teacher at the Delaware Hospital School of Nursing and now science instructor at Highland Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. Jean C. Nichols, alumnae president, will preside at the banquet which will be attended by alumnae, their escorts, and the 42 members of the 1956 graduating class. The alumnae now number over 1,100. Additional guests invited for dancing from 9 to 1 o'clock are the medical staff, residents and intern staff, board of trustees, and the educational faculty at Delaware Hospital. Jack Gar-nett and his orchestra will furnish the music. Sorority to Mark 35th Anniversary Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority will observe its thirty-fifth anniversary tomorrow night with a Bunny Hop in the Scottish Rite Cathedral. Music will be provided by the Melody Knights from 9 a. m. to midnight. Students from many high schools in the area will atend. Miss Sandra Miller is dance chairman and ticket chairmen are Miss Joyce Heath and Miss Jane Montgomery. Tickets will be sold at the door. Prizes and refreshments are planned. Activities planned by the sorority include an alumni tea, a rummage sale, and a trip to the seashore next summer. FINK of local members at the inter state luncheon of Ki-Wives on Thursday, April 19, at the Wil-lard Hotel In Washington, D. C. airs. Paul R. Longenecker is In charge of reservations. Al ready more than 25 members have "signed up." Leaving Wil-mirton from the B & 0 Station at 8:28 Thursday morning, the group will tour the White House prior to the luncheon. Election and installation of officers will feature the next monthly luncheon of the Wilmington club on Thursday, May 10. Mrs. Joseph I. Haggerty is chairman of the nominating committee. Area Couple to Mark Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. Massey will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday at an open house at their home, 1605 I'Ailndclphia. Pike, Holly Th Massevs 'were married taster bunday, April 15, lyuti, at the parsonage of the Clayton Methodist Church by the late Rev. G. P. Smith. They made their first home at 2011 Market Street, Wilmington, and have lived in the city or its suburbs tver gince. Mr. Massey was born in Wilmington and attended old As-tury Methodist Church as a -hild. He served in the Spanish-American War and was in the Philippines for three years. A machinist by trade, he was Kith the Pennsylvania Railroad Tor 21 years, later going with :he Congoleum-Nairn Company here he remained until his retirement three years ago. He is a member of Washington Lodge, No. 1, A. F. & A. M., and the Pugh-Lendcrman-Chal-fonte Post 2907, Veterans of Foreign Wars. He and his wife are members of Hillcrest Methodist Memorial Church. The Masseys have two daughters, Mrs. Howard L. Davis of the Holly Oak address, and Mrs. Marion Miller of Wilmington, and five grandchildren, Miss Marguerite O'Neill, of 1605 Philadelphia Pike, and her twin sister, MLss Anna Marie O'Neill, a registered nurse in New York City; Richard Carmine, Gwin-hurst, Robert Carmine, at home, a nd Clarence O. Davis, Belle-fonte. CLASS TO HOLD SALE The Lo-Se-Sa Bible Class of Peninsula Methodist Church, Twentieth and Washington Streets, will hold a sale of home baked goods tomorrow on the church lawn. In case of rain the lale will be held indoors. WSCS MAPS BAKE SALE The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Cedars Methodist Church will hold a bake sale tomorrow commencing at 10:30 a. m. at Pellerzi's Store, Cedars. i t (I ' 4 j I fx I Ti FIRST FIOOR sapha Club will be held on!Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Drake Thursday. June 5, at 2:30 p. m.j0 Drexel Hill, Pa., took place ML STAMPS j, I TOYS j I Tin''?- 4'it -" ( j I DOWNTOWN STOrFI I east wino I) 91 1 ORANGE STREET their lack of basic language training. "If we are to continue to exist in a constantly shrinking world, it would seem necessary that our understanding of other nation's tongues as well as their history and customs are more essential to our survival than inter-continental missiles and space satellites," he declared. Greetings were extended by Gov. J. Caleb Boggs, Mayor August F. Walz, Mrs. W. Harman Money, president of the Delaware State Federation of Women's Clubs; Mr. Lloyd R. Leslie, president of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. Ward I. Miller, president of the Wilmington New Century Club. Mrs. Walz was also a guest. The Rev. J. Elmer Leas of St. Stephen's Lutheran Church, president of the Wilmington Council of Churches, offered the invocation and benediction, and Mrs. Kenneth C. Smith played the luncheon music. Mrs. William N. Cann, City Federation president, presided and Mrs. Frank L. Frost, Jr., luncheon chairman, introduced Mr. Neilan. Other members of the luncheon committee were: Mrs. John N. Karlsson, hostesses; Mrs. William H. Bullock, decorations; Mrs. William R. Stevens, tickets; Mrs. Arthur H. Wilkins, seating; Mrs. Jerome J. Sheehan, Jr., pages; Mrs. John B. France, in- SACONY SUIT OF PALM BEACH9 $25 Famout Palm Beach cloth with froity piqu trim that holds itt preu, ihrugs off wrinkle. In sparkling nw colon, navy, mlon, aqua. Sizl 10 to 20. SACONY AT ANY PARKING IOTI EL'S I ! 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