The Ithaca Journal from Ithaca, New York on January 29, 1948 · Page 4
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Ithaca, New York
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Thursday, January 29, 1948
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4 FOUR THE ITHACA JOURNAL, ITHACA, N. Y. THURSDAY 'EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1948 I 9 I I The Journal's JOURNAL Social S: Note 1948 JANUARY "t UH The 1948 Frl Sat , 12 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 Jhc Weather r-JRF-CAST: Western Nw York Snow flur- ries this afternoon and becoming I rnidrr: snow flurries and much colder tonight and Friday. ITHACA TEMPERATURES Highest Wednesday 2 Lowest to noon I3 Mean of above 18 Normal mean to date 24 Sunrise. Friday. 7:17 (EST). Sunset. Friday, 5:11 (EST). Tf3tPERATl'RE CHART 24-Hour 12-Hour Albany Binghamton Boston ! Buffalo Chicago Cleveland Dea Moines Detroit Galveston Kansas City Miami Minneapolis Montreal I New Orleans New York ! Philadelphia I Pittsburgh ' . Rochester JJrsctise JJ'aahington pToday Meeting, Scout Troop 15. St. 1 John School, 7 p.m. 1 Scout night. Belle Sherman. PTA, 1 auditorium, 7:30 p.m. ! Meeting, Tompkins County I League of Women Voters, YMCA East Room.' p.m." Game nlRht, members, Ithaca Lodge 636 BPO Elks. 8 p.m. Meeting, Ithaca Chess Club, YMCA. 8 pjn. Party night, American Legion, 415 Stewart Ave., 8 p.m. High Low 22 .6 21 . 6 21 16 17 12 18 7 17 . 2 19 8 ; 20 8 ' 34 30 20 11 79 69 25 6 20 18 36 33 23 17 23 14 18 20 13 19 , a 21 15 26 16 , . . . j Tomorrow I Rummage- sale. St. Hilda's Guild, I St. John's Parish House, 210 N. Ca- f yujra SU 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. I Sewing meeting. Women's Alli- liance. Unitarian Church, starting at 10:30 a.m. . Room open. Adopt-a-Family I Plan, Unitarian Church, to pack I parcels, 3 pjn. '."'. Open House and tureen supper, Ithaca Lodge 71. IOOF, Odd Fellows Temple. 6:30 p.m. I Meeting, Cub Pack 15, St. John School, 7 p.m. I ! Party. Cascadilla Lodge 89, K of P. Pythian Hall, 7:45 p.m. Annual meeting and election of officers. Friends of Library, Cornell Public Library, 8 p.m. Theaters Strand: "The Fabulous Texan," with William Elliott, John Carroll, and Catherine McLeod. State: Spencer Tracy, Lana Turner, and Zachary Scott in "Cass Tim-berlane" (IBFC, adults). Temple: Red Skelton in "Merton of the Movies" tIBFC, adults and young people). .-. Ithaca: Walter Pidjteon and Maureen . O'Hara in "How Green Was My Valley" (IBFC, adults and young people). Weddings Decker Earl , Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Dora L. Earl of Van Etten and Benjamin S. Decker of Candor RD 1. The ceremony was performed by tha Rev. Earl A. Noyes. pastor of the State Street Methodist Church, Ithaca, on Thursday. Jan. 22, 1948, in the church parsonage. . Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. David Bullinger of Van Etten. Mr. and Mrs. Decker will be at home at Candor RD 1 after Feb. 1. Mrs. Ethel Bernabei. 702 W, Court St., will leave by plane Fri day for New York City. She will return Monday, Mrs. T. K. Southby, 308 Farm St., accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Ernest Ballard of London, England, has left for an extended visit to Sain Francisco, Calif. En route they will visit friends in Charlotte, N.C. Mrs. Nancy Baker Cooper of 433 N. Cayuga St., who has been a patient in Memorial Hospital for several months hag returned home. Mrs. Henry P. Horton of Tru-mansburg is a patient in Memorial Hospital. PTA Hears Speaker Dr. Helen Bull, professor of Child Development and Family Relationships at Cornell, gave a talk on "S-x Education" before a large audience at the South Hill School Pa rent-Teacher Association meet-at the school Wednesday evening. : A coffee hour followed with Mrs. Margery Benton, second and third grade teacher pouring and thej Mesdames Elmer Pearl, Vernon Kenney. Merle Baldwin, Howard Allen, Robert Barnard and Leon ard Summers as hostesses. Unit Has Lesson Meeting ' Coddington Rd. Home Bureau met Tuesday at their Community House for a lesson meeting on Soups" given by foods leader, Mrs. IJlv Pakkala. Several kinds or soups were made which were later arved for lunch. There were 10 members, a guest, and 7 children present. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 10. at the home of Mrs. Pakkala, RD 4. , Reports Given at Meeting Mrs. Mabelle Protts, foods leader, gave a lesson on "Soups" and "Soup Accompaniments" at a luncheon meeting of the Community Home Bureau in the Community Building Wednesday. There were 14 members and 3 guests present Reports on the Christmas box packed for a needy family and also on me 4 )reviuua icbbvu. is. cilling on Fabrics" were given, Club to Have Turci Supper Newcomers Child Study Club will have a tureen supper and meeting at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Com munity Building, at which fathers are asked to be present. Loren Schoel, freshman crew coach at Cornell will talk on the "Role of the Father in the Family. Those attending are. asked to bring table service, rolls and a dish to share. Mrs. Harold Birkler is in charge of arrangements. Unit to Have Food Sale Hayts Home Bureau will hold a food sale starting at 10 a.m. Saturday in Janes 5c to $1 Store, 208 E. State St Sate will be for the benefit of the Hayts Community As sociation. District Association to Meet Annual meeting of District 3, New York State Nurses Association will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 3. at the Arnot Ogden Me morial Hospital Nurses' Home, El-mlra. Program will be in charge of the Arnot Ogden Alumoae As sociation. Union Holds Winter Meeting Eighty-four members and friends attended the winter meeting of the Tompkins County Baraca-Phila-thea Union at the First Methodist Church Monday evening following a tureen supper. Walter Carpenter, president. conducted the business meeting. and introduced Mrs. Paul Lombard who led the hymn singing, accompanied by Mrs. Edward B. Harris. Mrs. Lombard also sang two solos, accompanied by Miss Ann Fisher and Mrs. Harris played a piano-accordion solo. Devotions were led by Mrs. W. E. Ayers, who used as "her topic "Give and Giving." Introduced by Mr. Carpenter, Mrs. Arthur Adams, formerly superintendent of Beebe Chapel, spoke on "What Is My Responsibility to My Church?" Next meeting of the Union will be held in the First Baptist Church Apr.' 27. Miss Test lit to Wed William Tallmadge r"' ' I X Photo bv William Crsy MISS DORIS TESTUT Mr. a.nd Mrs. E. Frank Testut of 417 Hector St. announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Doris Lillian Testut, to William Earle Tallmadge, son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Tallmadge of 419 Hector St. 'Miss Testut was graduated from Ithaca High School, Class of 1946. She is a member of Pi Mu, national society of the St. Louis Institute of Music, and a graduate of the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Mr. Tallmadge, who recently returned to Ithaca, was graduated from Red Creek Central School in 1939, and from the Rochester Mechanics Institute, Class of 1943, He is presently employed as manager of the photographic department of the Cornell Co-op Society. No date has been set for the wedding. 4 . Young GOP Head To Sneak Here Cornell Plans Junior Week Events Zionist District Plans Program Charles S. Hamilton, president of the New York State Association of Young Republica n Clubs, will speak at the Lincoln Day dinner in the Hotel Ithaca Feb. 12. An active worker in the GOP Sten-icause in metropolitan area, he will be here as the guest of the Young Republican Club of Ithaca and the Cornell Young Republican Club, joint pponsors of tha affair. Ham ilton is affiliated with the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell. Reservations for the evening din ner may be made by calling District Attorney Frederick B. Bry ant or any member of either the Ithaca or Cornell club. All Republicans interested in the. gathering are invited but Bryant pointed out reservations should be made early for accommodations are limited to 225 persons. , 1. e .. Letters Issued fn l Estates A long lint of indoor and outdoor events is planned for Cornell Junior Week Feb. 5-8. The students' time-honored period of gaiety between terms will officially open with the arrival of "imports" on the Lehigh Valley trains frorrr New York City Thurs day evening. House party guests will "parade" in their escorts' cars from the station, through town and to the campus. Cornell co-eds and girls from out of town will compete for the title of Junior Queen, the winner to be crowned during the Glee Club Show in Bailey Hall Friday night. Photographs of entries are being judged by John Robert Powers of the model agency, New York. The group thus selected will be Judged Friday night by a trio of Ithaca men. Climax of the weekend will be the Junior Week dance in Barton Hall Friday, known as the Bal de Mi-Careme. Elliott Lawrence's orchestra will play. Other events will be an ice show on Beebe Lake, two performances of Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" bv the Cornell Dramatic Club, sleigh rides around cam'pus, and a treasure hunt. Sports will be a basketball game with Pennsylvania at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb, 7, in Barton Hall, followed by a wres tling match with Lehigh at 4:30 p.m. , ; Church Names 3 Trustees Doxler -Slater-Culley The '"marriage rt Mrs. Mildred Slater-Culley, formerly of Asbury and Ithaca, daughter of Mrs. Le-Roy Head of Asbury and Frank D. Slater of Ithaca, to L. David Doz-ier 3rd. son of L. David Dozier Jr. and Mrs. August Bush Jr.. of St ,Loui. Mo., took place at the home of friends in Snowflake, Ariz., Sat-I urday, Jan. 10, 1948. 4 , j The couple will live at the bridegroom's ranch home,- R i n c o n Ranch, in Winslow, Ariz. J Farm Enrollments Reviewed Approximately 120 reports of enrollments in tne ivio agricultural conservation program were reviewed at a meeting Tuesday of the County Conservation Committee in the Court House. According to S. W. Barnes, chairman, 465 applications for 1948 have been reviewed, 3,196 tons of lime and 369 tons of phosphate allocated. During January, 1948, 500 farmers have reported, either at the coun'ty office or at the various sittings held in townships throughout the county. Since the enrollment period does not end until June 30, Barnes said the 1948 sign-up period may exceed that of 1947, which touted 1,060 farmers. Farmers wishing to enroll are asked to call at 301. the Court House. Cornell Professors To Present Papers Three representatives of -the Physics Department at Cornell University will deliver papers Saturday at the annual meeting of the American Physical -Society In New York. Dr. Lloyd P, Smith, chairman of the department, will discuss "Sepe-ration of "Isotopes in Qunantity by Electromagnetic Means." Dr. Hans A. Bethe, professor of physics, will speak on "Electromagnetic Shift of Atomic Energy Levels." Free man J. Dyson, a graduate student in the department, will follow Dr. Bethe with a discussion of the same topic. Club to Hold Bake Sale Four letters f administration have been issued in Surrogate's Court. , . Personal property valued at more than $10,000 was left by Elton L Lane of Trumansburg, who died Nov. 22. 1947, The beneficiaries and petitioners for administration include Nelly C. Lane, widow; Roger C. Lane and Burel H. Lane, sons, all of Trumansburg, and Andrew L. Lane, son, Hamilton.- Carl F. Denman, a son. of Caro line township was the petitioner for administration of the estate of Ade laide Denman of Caroline, who died Dec,. 30, leaving personal property exceeding $500. He is the benefi ciary. Personal property valued at not more than $673 was the estate left by Mary E. Dean of the Town of Ulysses, who died Aug. 28, 1947. The petitioners and beneficiaries are Anna E. Dean, Trumansburg RD 2, a daughter, and Earl A. Dean, Jacksonville, a son. . Personal and real property val ued at not more than $3,000 was left, by Chauncey S. Goodrich of Caroline, who died Dec. 11, 1947. The beneficiaries are six nieces, Dorothy G. Dougherty, Jean F. Goodrich, Jane F. Goodrich, Ruth G. Makarainen, all of Ithaca; Mary G. Lolly, Richford, and Marjorie Yaple, Caroline, the petitioner for administration. The Hi-Lo Horizan , Club, under the leadership of Mrs. J. M. O'Byrne, will hold a "bake sale at Besdin'a Furniture Store from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday. The proceeds of this sale will go into a radio and a party for the Children's Home. . mi r& B m 1 i A..r'j 7 M. H. Cleveland. Willard Nivison and Paul Thayer were elected trustees of the State Street Methodist Church for 3-year terms at a board meeting and family night supper Wednesday at the church. The financial budget for the com ing year was approved and adopted. Plans were completed for par ticipation in the City United Church Canvass. The Rev. Earl A. Noyes, pastor, was chairman of the meeting. A series of Sunday evening services during Lent was approved Highlights will be the sound film "Beyond Our Own," produced by the Protestant Film Commission; "The Story 'of the English Bible" in color slides; an address by A. Keith - Ellenwood of Conesus, a member of Alcoholics Anonymous, on "The Problem of Alcohol and Alcoholics;" a forum discussion on "Universal Military Training" by a panel of speakers from Cornell, and a color slide presentation or ine Easter Story." Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs.. Nivison were hosts at the church supper. ' . ; . Leaders Named For College Drive Personnel for the forthcoming drive to raise $8,000 in the Church of the Immaculate Conception par ish toward a Rochester Diocese goal of $1,047,236 for the projected St. John Fisher College in Rochester was announced today by the Rev. L. John Hedges, zone director. Lawton J. Pugsley" has been named parish chairman, and team captains . are as follows: Mrs. George A, Zellar, John F. Bangs, J. Edward Shea, Mary Hastings Mrs. Frank Quirk, Georgn A. Chsrmn, W. Arthur Sprague, Dr. Charles V. Brown. The fund-rnfsing drive will open officially In Rochester on Thursday, Feb. 12, with a. dimner in the Chamber of Commerce Building, to which all campaign workers in Ith aca are invited. The drive will end Feb. 23. - I If the airVwere as dense at all altitudes as it is at sea level the layer of air around the earth would be about five miles thick. The Ithaca Zionist district will hold a Sunday night program at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 1. The program will include a color film, narrated by Quentin Reynolds, called "Assign ment in 'Tel Aviv." It is the movie diary of a typical Jewish family In the all Jewish city of Tel Aviv and how its members spend their day. The Zionist district will also present a speaker, Kenneth C. Her man, who is now living in Ithaca, During a stay in Palestine, he was a member of Hagana and served with the British Army. He will speak on the current wenc. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Kaplinsky, veteran Ithaca Zionists, will also be presented with a Jewish National Fund Golden Book certificate. They were inscribed in the Jewish National Fund , Golden Book after the recent partition of Palestine. f Refreshments and dancing will conclude the evening. Tho public Is 'invited. . At Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Whittaker, Brooktondale, are the parents of a son born Tuesday, Jan. 27, 1948. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bacon, Trumansburg RD 2, a daughter, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 1948. eo,: e.L. ete' " founded 1535. capital of Peru, was by Francisco Pizarro in ISiili& HAVE YOUR WE SKATES Sharpened 4 For Better Performance At COSENTIfJI Shoe Rebuilder 217 E. State St. General Electric Appliances Refrigerators Electric Ranges Dishwasher Sinks and Disposals Home Freezers Electric Blankets Small Household Appliances Water Heaters Vacuum Cleaners Radio Phonographs 1 and Radios 1 l inn ni l-1 lift IT a 1 w ummft 210 N. TIOGA ST. 116 N. AURORA ST. Catholic Council Reelects President Mrs. R. Leo Sullivan of Groton was reelected president of Ithaca District, National Council of Catholic Women, at a meeting of deanery members in Parish Hall, Church of the Immaculate Concep tion, Wednesday evening. Elected vicepresidents were: Mrs. Norbert H. Schickel. Mrs. George Laucht, and Mrs. Jacob Kratchovil of Groton; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Egan; secretary, Mrs. William Hastings of Groton. ' j Chairmen of the various standing committees are as follows: Familyj and parent education, Mrs. Arthur A. Cross; war relief services, Mrs. Frank Connor; cooperating with social agencies. Mrs, George A. Zellar; shrines in the home, Mrs. W. Arthur Sprague; libraries and literature, Miss Margaret McCormick of Groton and Public Relations, Mrs. W. F. Alder. 1 ,,,,im -itt- ludolptf's 1 16 Tea Spoons 8 Dinner Forks . 3 Service Spooru 8 Salad Forks 1 Suaar Spoon 1 Butter Knife 8 Dessert Spoons 8 Hollow Handle Dinner Knives 0 BERMUDA from New York j IN 2 HOURS BY CONSTELLATION SPEEDBIRD! Now there is no faster service. Only 2 hours flying. Cruise above the weather In "pressurized" cabins, e $70.00 $126.00 One Way Round Trip (Plus 15 F.d.ral Tax) YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT IS OUR LOCAL OFFICE. Information and reservations also at BOAC, 420 Madison Avenue, New York 17. Tel.i Plaza 5 5961. 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