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B 1 MCltC Journal-Every Eveninp, Wilmington, Delaware, Friday, February 20. 1918 Enpagril City CliibChoi ns Plan niiiix Card P a r t y i it M a y Betrothed Atterhury Post Aides to Elect New Officers Jane G, Smith Bride Of Richard E. Thistle Hadassah Work . Bridge Party Proceeds DehMarClub Is Organ ized In Lower State To Buy CARE Packages To Be Benefited By Spring Dance Mr?. S. M. Dillon lo Be Hote al Home I'ropram Meeting to Be Held In P. R. R. Building On March 3 Announced At Mrs. Madelvn Dunn U rogram i f i Shrine Club On March 18 President of Business Group 1 f V'-'- ? v I . I s J j & - v. sfv T X f 4 A business meeting and luncheon fallowed the rehearsal of the Wilmington New Century Club Chorus yesterday in the clubhouse. Mrs. John Swenehart conducted the business session at which tentative plans for a card party in May at the home of Mrs. Samuel M. Dillon, 1114 Berkley Road, Westover Hills, were discussed. Luncheon was served at noon by a committee composed of Mrs. James P. Simpson, chairman; Mrs. Charles E. Scholl, co-chairman: Mrs. Dillon, Mrs. H. M. Romig. and Mrs. H. Martin McClure. Guests of the day -vere Mrs. Walter E. Segl. music chairman of the Wilmington New Century Club, and Mrs. R. W. Pote, of the club executive committee. Members of the chorus will sing the State Federation's "Song of Jubilee" at the next monthly meeting of the New Century Club on Wednesday afternoon, March 10 The song was especially composed by Mrs. Leonard W. Edwards for the Federation's 50th birthday celebration this year. The music was written by Dr. Harry R. Wilson. Mrs. Jehu Clifton will conduct the chorus on that appearance. IF. C. T. U. Again Honors Founder Tribute was paid to Miss Frances E. Willard, founder of the World W. C. T. U.. at the meeting of Thatcher Union held Wednesday afternoon in Harrison Street Method st Church. Mrs. Margaret Norris, recording secretary of the state W. C. T. U., was guest speaker. Those taking part in the memorial were: Mrs. O. G. McMullen, Mrs. Henry Moxham, Mrs. Martha Sutton. Mrs. H. B. Battis, Mrs. Nora B. Powell, Miss Lizzie Stirling, and Mrs. Elizabeth Burnite. The group also paid tribute to Mrs. Vioja Clayton, a member of the union who died recently. Mrs. O. G. McMullen, president, conducted a business session before the memorial program. McCabe Church Circle Meetings Announced The February circle meetings of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of McCabe Memorial Methodist Church will be as follows : Circle No. 2, Mrs. Harrv Andrew. leader, at the home of Mrs. James Berry. 2105 Baynard Boulevard next Tuesday afternoon, at 1:30. A pro gram combined with devotions will b" presented by Mrs. William lruiu ana Miss Mildred J. Van-Dyke. Circle No. 3. Mrs. Vaushan Clavey, leader, will meet at Mrs. Clavey's home, 804 West Twenty-eighth Street, at 1 o'clock on Tuesday, Feb. 24. with Mrs. Abner Overdeer ?nd Mrs. Charles Grantland hostesses. The guest speaker will be Mr. Carlyle Simmons, p esident of The Good Will Industries. Circle No. 4, Mrs. F. J. Wharton, leader, at 1:30 next Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Grover C. White, 209 West Sixteenth Street with Mrs. Noble Morgan assisting hostess. Mrs. Leonard Gardner will present the program entitled "Thy Will Be Done," showing worship in the Orient. Circle No. 5. Mrs. Lewis H. Talley, leader, will meet at 7:45 p. m., on Monday, at the home of Mrs. F. Clifford Kirk, 3223 Washington Street with Mrs. Ralph Carrington and Mrs. Charles Orth assisting hostesses. Devotions and program entitled "Let There Be Light," which deals with the educational work in the home field, will be presented by Mrs. Carroll Clark. Circle No. 6, Mrs. Grover A. White, leader, at 8 p. m. next Tuesday night et the home of Mrs. Marvin Turner, 2312 Carter Street. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Clarence Gilpin and will be questions and answers in the Bible. Newark Couple Mark Silver Wedding Day NEWARK. Feb. 20 (Special ). The twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrge Schaen was celebrated on Tuesday evening at their home, 82 Kershaw Street. The Schaens were married Feb. 17, 1923t at the parsonage of the Newark Methodist Church by the Rev. Frank Herson. Their attendants were Mrs. Beatrice Strickland and the late Mr. William Strickland, Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Schaen have two daughters and four sons: The Misses Lorraine and Nora Lee Schaen, George and Martin Schaen, all of Newark, and Radio Man First Class Eugene Schaen, stationed in the Philippines, and Sound Man First Class William Schaen in Key West, Fla. Mrs. Schaen will be remembered bs Miss Nrra Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Beck of Newark. Mr. Schaen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gottleib Schaen of Newark. Rummage Sale A rummage sale will be held next Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning at 802 Tatnall Street by the Woman's Auxiliary of Old Swedes Episcopal Church for the benefit of the church. Nurse Alumnae Supper The Nurses' Alumnae Association of St. Francis Hospital will hold a spaghetti supper next Thursday night in the nurses' home. The first table will be served at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Edith Schaeffer Is general chairman Harvest Party A harvest party will be held by i Delaware Temple No. 1, Pythian Sisters, at Pythian Castle at 1:30 o'clock next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Nellie Pepple is chairman. Star Mothers lo Meet Wilmington Chapter of Gold Star Mothers will meet Monday night in the American Legion Home, 2103 Lancaster Avenue. Mrs. Mary Don-oghue will preside. Miss Betty Jane Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson of Newark announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Jane, to Mr. David A. Marvel, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Marvel, Sr., also of Newark. Marie Johnston, Edward H. Lake Wedding April 3 Miss Deborah Marie Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kollock Johnston of Newark, has chosen Saturday, April 3, as the date of her marriage to Mr. Edward Henry Lake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carroll Lake of "Snug Hill Farm," Hockessin. Miss Johnston is a graduate of Wilmington Friends School and of the Sarah Lawrence College, Bronx-ville, N. Y. Mr. Lake, after having served three years in the armed forces, is now a senior at the University of Delaware. Weddings BrotvmMitchell 3 SMYRNA, Feb. 20 (Special). Miss Charlotte Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Brown of Townsend was married to Mr. Walter A. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitchell of Cranston Heights, at Asbury Methodist Church, here, on Saturday, Feb. 14. The Rev. Robert E. Green, pastor, officiated. The bride was given in maniage by her father. Miss Jean Brown was maid of honor for her sister nt.hpr nttpndnnts were- ivMcs .i,mi Hill, Harrington; Miss Clara Ann Mitchell, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Grace Jackson, Dover; and Miss Genevieve Cooper, Wyoming. The flower girl was the bride's 2-year-old sister, Beverly. Mr. Alvin Horn, Cranston Heights, was best man. Ushers were Mr. Ralph Gibson, Elkton; Mr. Harold Horn, Cranston Heights; Mr. George Palmer, Wilmington, and Sergt. Robert C. Landenberger, Philadelphia. The wedding music was played by Miss Eva Stehley and Miss Dorothy Burge and Mr. Robe:t Collins, both of Smyrna, sang. A recaption was held at the Century Club. After a wedding trip to Florida the couple will be at home at Cranston Heights. Raymond-Betts GEORGETOWN, Del., Feb. 20 (Special). Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Joyce Raymond, daughter of Mr. George Thomas Raymond and the late Mrs. Constance Raymond, of London, England, to Mr. Elwood Betts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Betts of Stockley. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Edwin Thomas, in the Georgetown Methodist Circuit parsonage, on Saturday evening, Feb. 14. The couple, who was at tended by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hud son or ueorgetown, win live on Douglas Street, this city. Dickerson-Harris KENNETT SQUARE, Pa., Feb. 20 (Special). At the home of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Dickerson, Avondale, this afternoon, their daughter. Miss Mabel Vi ginia Dick erson, will become the bride of Mr. William Francis Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris of West Grove. The Rev. Wilson Davis, a former pastor of the Avondale Methodist Chu.ch, now pastor of the Strasburg Methodist Church, will perform the double rin ceremony. The bride will wear a street isngth pink wool dress, matching accessories and a corsage of white rose buds. She will have as her only attendant her sister, Mrs. B:uce Worl of Chester, who will wear a white wool street dress, matching accessories and a yellow rosebud corsage. Mr. Worl will be best man for Mr. Harris. A : eception will follow. The young couple will leave for a wedding trip. They will live in Avondale. Mr. Harris served as a Marine for three years in World War II, with 26 months service in the Pacific. Sorority Meeting Kappa Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. will meet at the sorority studio on Monday at 8:15 p. m. Mrs. Nellie S. Collison, president, will preside. The program is in charge of Miss Eleanor Bader. Hostess wlil be Miss Dorothy H. Turner. IN OUR CIRCULATING LIBRARY CURRENT FICTION NON-FICTION MYSTERIES JOSEPHINE N. HAYES 913 Washington Street Dial t-6"Gi Open 19 a. m. t S p. m. Friday to S P. M. PARKING SPACE The Gen. W. W. Atterbury Auxiliary to Post 3420 V. F. W. made plans for election of officers to be held at the next meeting on Wednesday, March 3, In the Pennsylvania Railroad Station at the session held this week. A social hour will follow the elections. Mrs. Vera Edwards, who is directing work on afghans for patients at the Veterans Hospital at the New Castle County Airfield, announced a meeting on Tuesday, March 16, at 9:30 a. m. in the post headquarters to assemble blocks crocheted by the members. Luncheon will be served on that day by Mrs. Marguerite Donohoe, Mrs. Irene McLaughlin, and Mrs. Rachel Murphy. Mrs. McLaughlin presented a completed afghan at the meeting this week. Mrs. Helen McElrone, president, conducted the session and appointed Mrs. Gertrude Rhind as adult education chairman. She will be assisted by Mrs. Karie Donohue. Mrs. Ruth Parker of Diamond State Auxiliary to Post 2853 is department adult education chairman. The unit made a donation to the paraplegic bus being purchased for the Veterans Hospital by local units of Mothers of World War II. Reports of activities during the past month were presented by Mrs. Rachel Murphy, Mrs. Florence Law rence, and Mrs. Marguerite Dono hoe. A social hour followed the meet ing during which refreshments were served by Mrs. Elizabeth Duffy and Mrs. Margaret Berry. Wcllesley Campaign Discussed by Chairmen Miss Charlotte C. Mahaffy, chair man of the seventy-fifth anni versary fund campaign of Wellesley College for Delaware, is attending a meeting of regional chairman in Washington, D. C. Delaware is in the fourth district, for the campaign, comprising North Carolina Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia and Delaware, with Mrs Donald F. Roberts of Bethesda, Md., the region chairman. The meeting will be attended by Mrs. Theodore C. Haffenreffer, the chairman of the campaign wTho will report on the progress of the drive to date. The fund drive is for seven and a half million dollars, of which the alumnae hope to raise four million by June of the year. The local club, under the direc tion of Mrs. W. Breckinridge de- Riemer and Mrs. Constance C Gantt, is planning as its special project in this effort, a luncheon fashion show to be held on Saturday, March 6, in the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel DuPont at 1 o'clock. Reservations may be made singly or for tables now with Mrs. A. Jud-son Wells, 2004 Woodlawn Avenue. Announcement was made today that Miss Ilka Chase who will be playing in the Playhouse on March 6, will be a guest at the luncheon Red Star of David Aid for Palestine At a recent meeting at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Walles, a group was organized which will be affiliated with Red Mogen Dovid (Red Star of David) organization in Palestine. This organization compares to the American Red Cross, and its primary purpose is the rendering of medical aid to the Jewish fighters of Hagana. The group organized in Wilmington has already launched a cam paign to solicit funds for the purchase of bandages, medicine and blood plasma. A meeting is being planned for the near future to acquaint the public with the cause. The group is under the temporary chairmanship of Mr. Isaiah Wer-theimer, 2101 North Van Buren Street. Any person interested in further information may contact him at 5-8775. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Wilson of Cambridge, Md., announce the en gagement of their daughter, Miss Rosabelle E. Wilson, to Mr. W. Can-by Brown III. nephew of the Misses Alice and Mary Brown of this city. Miss Wilson is a graduate of Cambridge Iigh School, Cambridge, Md., Nurses' Training School in Baltimore, Md., and of Goldey Col lege. She is -mployed in the medical division of f he DuPont Company. Mr. Brown is a graduate of Wil mington High School. He is now employed by General Motors Corp. Returns From South Mrs. Charles Langges, 1205 Wood- lawn Avenue, has returned after a trip to New Orleans, La., where she attended the Mardi Gras. f MAKE YOUR TREADLE ( a Btawtilml ELECTRIC PORTAB1E Comptttt tOO Caartatccd &V Ph. 4-8S8S New Motor: Foot Coetrol; Light; Portable Cat. V.M0DERN 317 E. 4th St.J THE LINOLEUM ASPHALT TILE RUBBER TILE WINDOW SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS BR0ADL00M CARPETS WILMINGTON FLOOR COVERING COMPANY C!mj law i Mrs. Richard E. Thistle Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Jane, G. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett-son Smith of Carney's Point to Mr Richard E. Thistle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Thistle of Highland Park, N. J. The ceremony took place on Feb. 14 in the First Methodist Church, Carney's Point, with the Rev. Lionel Driscoll officiating. A reception followed the ceremony in the DuPont-Penn's Grove Country Club. After a wedding trip in the Poconos, Mr. and Mrs. Thistle will live in New Brunswick, N. J The bride is a graduate of the New Jersey College for Women. Mr, Thistle is a graduate of Rutgers University. He served in China dur ing World War II with the Office of Strategic Services and was released with the rank of first lieutenant Luncheon Marks Golden Jubilee Of Milford Club MILFORD, Feb. 20 (Special) .-Officers of the Delaware State Fed eration of Women's Clubs, headed by Mrs. E. W. Buchanan, president, and presidents of member clubs, attended the luncheon and golden jubilee celebration of the Milford New Century Club this week in the Odd Fellow's Hall, Milford. Mrs. Joseph J. Pearce, the club president, welcomed the guests and presented Dr. M. Dalema Draper, who gave the invocation. Mrs. Bu chanan spoke of the past 50 years of the club, praising the foundation laid for present members, and wished that the club -might continue in accomplishments and development Mrs. John W. Fry, Kent County vice-president, presented many rolls of gold" as the club's share in building of the state foundation fund. Each roll contained 25 pen nies wrapped in .gold paper, collected from the club's membership. Presidents of other clubs, stafte officers, and chairmen of club committees were also presented. Luncheon was served by the Ladies Auxiliary of Calvary Church, Milford. Mrs. Philip Jacobs, program chairman, presented Miss Josephine Tooker of New York City, lyric soprano, who gave a program. Miss Beryl Blanch, also of New York City, was the accompanist. Mrs. F. Davis Watson was the club hostess; Mrs. David N. Sills was chairman of decorations, and Mrs. Herman Phillips provided place cards for the tables. Mrs. M. Haswell Pierce headed the reception committee. Charter members of the club still active are Miss Edna Barker, Mrs. J. Lynn Pratt, Miss Ida Roosa, and Mrs. Jack Sichterman. Son for Knights Mr. and Mrs. J. Vernon Knight of Pittsburgh, Pa., are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son at the Shadyeide Hospital, Pittsburgh, on Feb. 13. The baby will be named John Vernon, Jr. Mrs. Knight is the former Miss Mary Jane Banks. Eoth Mr. and Mrs. Knight are formerly of Wil mington. Bible Class to Meet Theta Delta Class of West Presbyterian Church will meet at 8 o'clock next Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Anna W. Blest, 3407 Franklin Place. Sunshine sisters will be revealed and new names selected. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Lillian Lawson, Mrs. Lurietta Long and Mrs. Marian B. Behringer. cfi r men Well known Wilmington ladies' and chil 'idren's hair cut ;-ter, is located at H the DaU OUannj 711 Market St. 2nd Floor PHONE 2-2122 Exclusive But Not Expensive Buy" Cash At Cash Prices rr iiur r--- DIO MNb 31. Phone 4-8816 rfDOaWPPOPQt lOOOBWflOliBWC Mrs. Herman I. Kerbel is chair man of the spring dance to be held Thursday night, March 18, at the Shrine Club. Mrs. Millard Sklut is co-chairman. Music will be fur nished by Jack Garnett's Orchestra, with Marie Lenza as vocalist. Proceeds will go to Hadassah Medical Organization which sponsors a hospital in Palestine as w?ll as clinics and nursing homes. The organization is also making plans for the opening of the first medical school in the Near East on Oct. Fifty applicants from all over the world have already been acecpted for the first term. No quota rules will be used and the school will be non- sectarian. Tickets may be obtained by phon ing Mrs. George bntotman, or Mrs. Sol Fink, 7853. -The co- chairmen for food will be Mrs. Ralph Bell and Mrs. Louis D. Gluc'c-man. Food captains are: Mrs Samuel Eisenstat, Mrs. Robert Flam, Mrs Jack Ezrailson, Mrs. Harry Porter, and Mrs. W. P. Harwick. Co-chairmen for food contribu tions are Mrs. David Katz and Mrs. Samuel Seltzer; beverages, Mrs. Benjamin F. Cohen; cake chairman, Mrs. Albert Bunin; food tickets, Mrs. A. L. Cooper, Mrs. Abram Kur-land, and Mrs. Barcus JafTe; prizes, Mrs. Harry Berger, Mrs. Harry Glick. A meeting of the executive board will be held at 1 o'clock Monday at the home of Mrs. Philip Cohen, 703 West Nineteenth Street. Sorority Receives Neiv Class of Pledges Miss Aileen Cotton of New York, international representative of Beta Sigma Phi Sorcrity, conducted initiation for the Lambda Chapter at the meeting held last night in the Rainbow Room of the Hotel Rodney. Miss Gwen Neumeyer, vice-president, was named chairman of rush ing season in a recent meeting. She will be assisted by Miss Alice Jordan and Miss Marion Murphy. A nominating committee was appointed, with Miss Hazel Tarbutton, chairman. Miss Janet Anderson and Miss Ann Murphy. The chapter pledged $25 to the International Endowment Fund for Cancer Research. Lambda Chapter is working with Beta Chapter in sponsoring the spring dance. The committee from Lambda Chapter is: Miss Dolores Stewart, Miss Betty Findley, Miss Dorothy Betts, and Miss Janet Cohee. Bridge Winners Mrs. Olive Peterson directed the weekly bridge tournament at the Wilmington Country Club yesterday. North and South winners were: High, Mrs. Roberts W. Brokaw and Mrs. E. C. Kirkpatrick; second, Mrs. William C, Hunt and Mrs. R. N. Mullikin; third, Mrs. P. W. Meyer-ingh and Mrs. John L. Brill. East and West, high. Mrs. Robert H. Richards and Mrs. Caleb S. Lay-ton; second, Mrs. George P. Bissell and Mrs. John P. Nields; third, Mrs. Maurice duPont Lee and Mrs. Leonard Richards. O. E. S. to Meet Julia M. story Chapter, No. 3, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet at 8 o'clock next Monday night in Pythian Castle. 908 West Street. Mrs. Phoebe E. Sharpley, worthy matron and Mr. Joseph N. Borg-lin, worthy patron will preside. The chapter will observe birthday night on March 8. v fow v we JOHN BROWN & CO., Inc. 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Both men and women are invited to at tend. Proceeds will be used to purchase CARE packages for Europe. Reservations must be made by Monday with Miss Baker, telephone 2-2146, or Miss Betty Chipman, 9944. Other members of the committee are: Arrangements, Mrs. Donald Coxe; tallies, Mrs. Forrest Chapman; prizes. Miss Dottie Mae Kalmbacher; refreshments, Miss Dorothy Welsh. Delaware Girls Cited at Wilson Two Wilmington area girls, students at Wilson College, Chambers-burg, Pa., have been cited for academic achievement during the past semester. They are Miss Iris Peirsrn, daughter of Mrs. Alice E. Peirson, Yorklyn, and Miss Jane Sheppard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Sheppard, 100 South Road, Lindamere. Miss Peirson is a senior and Miss Sheppard is a freshman. The semester honor list was made public by Dean Margaret C. Disert. Veterans Entertained The auxiliary of Speer Post, No. 615, Veterans of Foreign Wars entertained with a party at the Veterans' Hospital, New Castle County Airport, recently. The patients in twn wards were the guests. Mrs. Millicent A. Rodman, hospital chairman for the auxiliary was in charge. Accordion music was provided by Mrs. Mary Colgain. Miss Francis Trago, guitarist played folk songs, Mrs. Marie Williams sang, accompanied by Mrs. Elsie Tomkins, two black face cemedians, Mrs. Mae Nadolny and Mrs. Catherine Rash, entertained. News-Journal Travel Bureau at your service. Phone 4-5351. I "AS NEW AS TOMORROW" Watch Repairing I Called for i and Delivered ; All repairing- done in our store and guar- ! anteed for one year. D0KERTY & BROWN j 714 King St. Phone 5-3501 re yt oen THE LOVELY NEW CARVEL HALL I5kr BY BRIDDELL is DELMAR, Del., Feb. 20 (Spe-i cial). A new women's club, to be known as Del-Mar Business and Professional Women, was organized on Tuesday night when about 20 mAf Viara A r.rn ct i til t inn X!). i & uunii up aiiu wit. f,iuu(j n.-o ...... - j application to the Delaware ana the national federations for affili ation. Women from both Delaware r and Maryland will be eligible for T membership. j Officers elected are: President, Mrs. Madelyn Dunn. Laurel: vice-president, Mrs. Lucy Sparrow; j treasurer, Mrs. Florence Zeller; corresponding secretary. Miss Carrie i Carr: recording secretary, Miss Margie Phillips. The club will hold alternate meet- ( ings in Delmar and Laurel at the i Nichols Restaurant and Rigbie Hotel, respectively, on the fourth Monday of each month at 8 p. m. The next meeting of the group, at which the charter is expected, will be March 22, in Delmar. Poetry Recital Is Announced The fifth and final recital of the Wilmington Poetry Society's current series will be held on Monday, March 1, at the Washington Heights Century Club and will feature Mrs. Lysbeth Boyd Borie of Philadelphia, author of "Poems for Peter," and other lyrics for juveniles Irvin C. Kraemer, treasurer and ; past president of the poetry group will read some of his works. The next regular business meeting of the society will be held at 8 o'clock Monday night at the home of Mrs. Charles Clyde Behney, 18 Beach Avenue, Oak Grove. Wilson College Club Plans March lAincheon Plans are being made for the spring luncheon of the Wilmington Wilson Collese Club to be held March 20. Miss Emily Good is chairman assisted by Mrs. Charles Tome, Mrs. Earl Phillips and Mrs. : R. W. Ivett. i Miss Charlotte Davison, retired professor of mathematics at Wilson College and an alumna of the col- i lege, will speak. New officers of the club will be announced at the luncheon. 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