Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 5, 1930 · Page 4
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•uiliilHWUBi^ayg^CT%r«r^?-^e^;jFwgw ?•» n* IpPff^T ":• , v . -' •;,. - ) i; Jpfr'*' i, j-Afr g !N LAMONT'S OF TODAY WHAT NEW YORK IS NOW WEARING Mrs 1 . 'Twente Is a former AHootti. Whbge Aarents reside at Sf*th fttti iftmrteenth street. At th* Ing eh^ will appear in native costuhlft. B£ AltttKN LAMOftf, Stan* Correspondent. »yMghti 1930, by Altoona Mirror.) ,„' YORK, May 6.-They are con- STcwurttlng ft good deal on heart inter. (i-rtdMtl Paris these days. Some of the "vjwtn are heart-shaped. Some of the 4 VVftdbaga are heart-shaped. Some of iUW feathlng suits are decorated with fiUle, appliqued hearts; possibly be- Qtttte the heart is almost the only HaW Invisible when the suit is worn. ' *Tffl the good, old, womanly bracelet Well 88 the chain, each decorated ..-t& a Jeweled heart-shaped locket, is Wit* us again. ,<• Brown and Black Arc Chic. OBce upon a time, brown and blacR were an, awful combination. Today ' the* are chic together. Of course, it's 4 tturplish brown or a beige brown 1 ttt* brown so thin thafthe flesh shows through; as in the gauzy violet-brown Stockings now worn with black patent leather shoes. Brown hats trimmed •With big jet brooches are rich looking. " t(X>, provided the brown isn't at all Oh the drab side. Bat« In Tour Belfry, Too? Spreading as much from London as anywhere., the fad for jewelled bugs and birds on hata is unabated. Ruby- eyed and crystal-winged, grasshoppers, emerald and gold humming birds, onyx ^aid" diamond bees—you pay your " "thoney and take your choice. Kind of ffut«M at that. - .SOCIETY-NEWS 'it L — '• , *' The East Side Sunshine society will B eet 1n regular session tomorrow af- rnoon at 2.30 o'clock in the Pythian mple at 1105 Eighth avenue. A good [attendance of the members is desired. ' •' The ladies' auxiliary to the Ancient t>rder of Hibernians of Ashville will jonsor a cinch and 500 card party on hursday evening, May 8, in the town I at AshVille. Numerous prizes ™..J be awarded and delicious refreshments wilt be served. The Patronage fit the public is cordially solicited. _ »! The Past Chiefs' association of .the *ythlan Sisters will meet in regular teuton thi* evening at 8 o'clock^ in *he uniform rank room or the Pythian Jtemple 'at 1105 Eighth aVenue. Busi- Sess of importance will be transacted 2nd a large attendance ia expected. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. SartHa Clarkson, Mrs. Mary Bait and airs. Minnie C. Akers. !>• Members of the Young Women's Hebrew association held their regular ineeting yesterday afternoon at 6 £cTock in the Fenn-Alto hotel ; and Mans were discussed for a mothei £nd daughter dinner to be held next • Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the La- Sor toceum at 1827 Thirteenth ave- • nue. - Miss Anne Strauss presided and ' MUi Lena Karasek was appointed Bhairlady of the committee on ar- frangements. *> The Junior league of the Ladies' auxiliary to the American Legion held ta Interesting meeting on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in the Legion feome at 1123 ^Thirteenth avenue. Mrs. ^•Sr-j—Y«ite and Miss Elsie Hauser were in charge. Plans for a picnic for Sie Junior league were discussed. The Children were engaged^ in making icrapbooks for hospital use The next . meeting of tne league will be held on Saturday afternoon, June 7. At the regular business meeting of the Ladies' Columbian circle, sched- JMed 1 lor-this evening at 8.15 o'clock in ' he meeting room in the Knights of • ' Jolumbus home at 1508 Twelfth ave- 3 me. final plans will be discussed for a 5 nammoth card party which will be ! icld for members and friends on Sat- irdmy afternoon. May 10, at 2 o'clock. She hostesses for the social hour fol- wing the business meeting this even* will be Mrs. Mary Powel, Mrs. ! Byan and Mrs. Agnes Btrittmat- The first regular meeting of the feentral Pennsylvania Malta Field Day tion will be held tomorrow eve- a 7.30 o'clock in the Grand thea- building in the P. O. of A. lodge ! oom» at Huntingdon. All representative* are expected to be present and An Invitation. is extended to any raera- 'er Of the Malto commandery. Ladles uxiliary to the Order of Red Cross ind. Sepulchre Knights of Malta, and lta sisterhood to attend this session. e past year closed very successfully d great success is hoped for in the Doming year SISTERHOOD PLANS TO SERVE BANQUET £504 By ANNEBEJLLK WORTHJNGTON. A slender appearance that' comes from vertical lines is smartly evident in this printed crepe silk in black and white, relieved with plain white. It is very conservative, and shows ;ood taste for street or afternoons. . The jabot revers break the breadth through the bodice. The curved seaming and wrapped arrangement of skirt also tend to minimize width. The belt is placed at natural waist ine which is generally becoming to average full figure. Style No. 2604 can be .had'in .sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and 46 inches bust. Heliotrope-blue crepe silk is stunning with revert and vestee of •self- fabric with eggshell crepe bow - trim. For summer resort, you'll like it in dusty-pink flat silk crepe, opal-rose shantung or yellow linen. Pattern price 15 cents. Be sure to fill in size of pattern. Illustrated dressmaking lesson furnished with every pattern. Address. FASHION BUREAU / Altoona Mirror • 261 Fifth Avenue . New York City, N. Y. Our Spring Fashion Magazine is 15 cents, but you may older a pattern ind a Fashion magazine together .for 25 cents. 2 • A very enjoyable evening was spent in honor of the 1 celebration of the 61st *irtt»day of William G. Gailey. The arty wa» a surprise and was attend- d »y all of the sons and daughters Ad by bis sixteen grandchildren, 'hose, present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. ;. Gailey, William B. Gailey, Arthur •alley, Mr. and Mrs. Fonner, William, Carte, Lorma and Robert Fonner, Al- aretta Steeie, Mrs. Gillon, Mr. and ira. C. A. Blchelberger. Vivian, Helen ind Dolores Elchelberger, Arthur, jr. Dorothy, Jack and Charlotte Gailey Mr. and Mrs. Norman Drennlng, Jim fay, Edwin, Billy and Norman, jr. brenning. Members of the Beth Israel Sisterhood have completed plans for- their annual mother-daughter banquet to be held in the social hall of the Temple Beth Israel at Columbia Park on Wednesday evening, 'May 7,'at 8 o'clock. The affair will be featured by a fine program of unusual Interest which has been arranged. Prayer will open the program for. the evening to be offered by Mrs. Julian Pack, ex-president of the Johnstown Sisterhood. Mrs. Malcolm .will bring the greetings from the mothers and the response will be offered by Mis* Emma Herman for the daughters. Rev. Robert McLeed, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Johnstown, will be the speaker' of the evening. Miss Juan Smith, contralto, member of the Beth Zion temple of Johnstown, will be the guest soloist and she will be accompanied by Miss Minnie W,olfberg arid Mrs. Meyer Abelson. ' ' Rabbi Eugene E. Hlbshman, pastor of the local congregation, will close the evening's program, Each Sisterhood member is urged to be in attendance and to bring along a "daughter." This affair will take the place of the regular May meeting. • CHURCHNEWS The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the church. Mrs. Cftenn Hoss will be In charge of the devotional services, and Mrs. Attic will preside at the meeting. A good turnout is desired. 'the monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary society of the Fourth Lutheran church will be held tomor- dow evening at 7.45 o'clock in the church. The subject for the evening will (Jbe "World Missions and World Workers." The leaders will be Mrs. G. H. Smith, Mrs. G. M. Rine and Mrs. G. L. Eamigh. A good attendance of the members'is anticipated. Mrs. Mary Decker's class of the Grace Methodist Sunday school held a delightful business and social meeting on Thursday evening in the church. During the business session, arrangements were discussed to hold a strawberry- social later in the month. ' Delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses for the evening, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Brewer and Mrs. Stroh. Those present were: Mesdames Youngi Brewer, Stroh, Ickes, .Schandelmeler, Strobel, Ake, Sharer, Mitcheltree, Westover and Dalby. The May meetings of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Eighth Avenue Methodist church will be held tomorrow evening at 7.45 o'clock in the Sunday school room Of the church. Miss Harriet O. Delo and her group will be in charge. The ladies of the group are as-follows: Mrs. T. L. Banks, Miss Mary Baisor, Mrs. C. R. Bell, Mrs. Cornes and Miss Elizabeth Houck. The honor guest and speaker will be Mrs. Twente, a missionary on furlough from India. the 4 Altoona ttescue Mission _„..,. this feOenlnf Will be conducted by WOrkera ffOm the Christian and Missionary Alliance congregation Of thlfi city. Rev. T. H. Patterson IB pastor, this service is always appreciated by the mlsslon'gOlng people on account Of the very fltti 'gospel singing which is featured at all services conducted »y thl* 'group, A strong old-time gospel message wil be^given. An Jnvltation to all to attend these services. The Young People's society of • the St. James Lutheran church will nifet tomorrow evening at 7.45 •o'clock! The society bears the name of Friendship league and alms te> keep In close touch with helps and aids for devel6pfnent, seeking to disseminate current topics and absorb Information along the Whole line 1 of church activities. Mlsi Edna schmelzlen is the leader for the May meeting. The young people art invited to this session. The May meeting of the Women's Missionary society of thi! Christ Second Lutheran church will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 O'clock in the church. The Itaders willbe Mrs. William Walte, Mis. Ella Fleck and Mrs. Rose Meek. The topic is "World Mission and World Worker*." A pleasing program will 'be presented following which a social hour will -be enjoyed. The hostesses for the day will be Mrs. Arthur Bradley, Mrs. Albert Gearhardt, Mrs. C. C. Marks, Mrs. S. D. Shields, Mrs. H. F. Hanson, Mrs. Philip Rudacllle and Mrs. J. L. Hamilton. . The foltowin* is the pfoffams Slntln «/..»...*. ..... ....... .j.. .F, Ti A. SevotloffiS.., ......... R«v. K. (J. AMwin 'of the Smith: A *6*lal enliven th« tttttlnf . tf- *<« ** ****** & hour >fll be held !8 T-W!W i < v ... *' . . . .!..., ...... ...Mrs, H. A. ffispy ««te.V..Mlsig Alwrlfc BtackHoute Motions picture*, ., » . - N '„ P«nlf Central Liggt * Power CO. K. Smrth ureftidehtf 4 wfifefi Waved R rl6u* imjbbrtartt tioti mn b%W| -- Inte>e»t ftn4,f$ among those m lit ENDRESS P.-T. A. MEETS TOMORROW The Endress Parent-Teacher association will hold its final irteetlng of the present school term at the school building at Broad avenue and Forty- second street • at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. An interesting program hits been arranged for 1 the event and It is specially desired that the patrons of the school be in attendance. President Mrs. H. A. Espy will pro,side and the session will complete her term of office. It has been a very successful one and on this occasion she will give a review of the organization's .activities. There will be a business* session at which the affairs will be closed for the year. The speak- PJttT-TEIGflER GROUPS INCREASE Blair county now .has a total of seventy Parent-Teacher associations, thlr- tytwo of them located in Altoona, according to reports made Saturday at the' annual convention of .the Parent- Teacher associations of .BIfttr county held in the Bentof High'School auditorium, dfx new aseociations have- been organized in the part year. Owing to the removal of Chester Martin of Lakemoflt, .vice president of the county association, to Philftdel- ihla, the office was vacant and D. B. 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