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THE HARTFORD DAILY COURANT: THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1939. 13 Society and Personal News Mifi Prances M. Beardsley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Beardsley of Sunset Farm, West Hartford, and Miss Janet L. Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Miller of Linwold Drive. West Hartford, have been named junior ushers at Smith College. Chosen by a committee of class officers because of their contributions to class and college activities the 133 juniors named will usher at all commencement activities. On Ivy Day, June 10, they will carry the Ivy chain and form a court of honor for the seniors. Miss Josephine Buckingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scoville M. Buckingham of Watertown, and Miss Sylvia Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elias R. Stevenson of Waterbury. are other Connecticut girls selected for the honor. Mr. J. Wesley McKee, director of Thornton Wilder's "Our Town," which was given at the BushnelJ Wednesday night, was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Kimball of Lexington Road, New Britain. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Carvalho and Mr. Bertram N. Carvalho of Bloomfield Avenue returned Tuesday after spending several days at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Spings, West Va. Others there this week were Mr. Guy E. Beardsiey of Oxford Street, Mr. Robert D. Saf-ford of Lexington Road, West Hartford, White of Hartford. and Mr. Frederic C. Walbridge Road, West Mrs. Thomas N. Hepburn of Bloomfield Avenue was the honor guest at a luncheon given Wednesday by Mrs. Charles Sabin of Rye, N. Y. Tlie luncheon followed an inspection of health centers in Port Chester, Mount Vernon and New Rochelle, N. Y. Afterwards, Mrs. Hepburn, who is a member of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, addressed members of the civic section of the Rye Woman's Club. Miss Kane, Dr. Murphy Wed. Miss Mary Scott Kane became the bride Wednesday morning of Dr. Thomas Francis Murphy in a D:30 o'clock ceremony held in St. Joseph's Cathedral. Only the im mediate families were present at the wedding for which the cathedral was decorted with palms and bouquets of white flowers. Rev. Anthony Murphy, of St. Thomas' Seminiary, the bridegroom's broth er, officiated. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Thomas F. Kane, Jr., wore a white mous-selinc de soie gown, fashioned with a high neckline and long sleeves adorned with pleating at the shoulders. Her white tulle veil was ar ranged from a cluster of orchids and she carried a white mother-of-pearl prayer book with a shower of orchids. Miss Florence Quinn War ren or Holyoke, Mass., the bride's cousin and only attendant, wore I hyacinth blue marquisette, with flowered turban, and carried a I bouquet of spring flowers. Dr. Murphy's best man was his I brother, Mr. John H. Murphy. Mr. iierDert jonnson oi west tiarnora and Mr. John K. Higgins of New I Haven ushered. A reception for the families was held at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Thomas F. Kane of Westerly Terrace. Mrs. Kane wore a Vienna blue costume suit with navy I accessories ana a corsage of orchids. ine bridegrooms mother, Mrs. Anthony Murphy of Norwich, wore a Iblack suit, with orchids. When the couple left for a wed ding trip, the bride wore an orchid tweed suit with matching accessories. Dr. and Mrs. Murphy will live at 12 Concord Street. West Hartford. The bride attended Mount St. Joseph Academy and St. Joseph I College. Dr. Murphy was graduated from Catholic University and Jeffer- Ison Medical School and served his Isnterneship at St. Francis's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Muddle lof Gloversville, N. Y., formerly of iWest Hartford, announce the birth lof a daughter, Ann Hunniford Mud- Idle, on April 18 at the Gloversville Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Harold s. I Backus of Vanderbilt Road. West Hartford, are the baby's grandpar ents. Miss Dorothy Van Strander, iaughter of Dr. and Mrs. William IH. Van Strander of North Main Street, West Hartford, is assisting 'ith the decorations for the an nual spring prom to be held Satur day evening, April 29, at Bennett Junior College, MUlbrook, N. Y. Attend Mt. Holyoke Prom. Several Hartford girls and their es- horts will attend the Junior Prom of Mount Holyoke College Friday night. Miss Nora Sorokin, daughter of Mr. Iuid Mrs. Leo Sorokin of Judson Wenuc, East Hartford, a member of I he decoration committee, helped irrance for the crystal baa and Inirror panels which will transform,! Jnapin Auditorium into a guttering' resemblance of the Hall ot Mir- I'ors at Versailles. From 7:30 until 8:30 the receiving me will welcome the juniors ann he guests, after which a banqurt Ivill toe served. The promenade will follow dinner. Les Brown and his orchestra will play for dancing. Amone those attendine the dance re the following Hartford girls and heir escorts: Miss Grace Bucii- htane of Morris Street with Mr. Samuel Ritvo of Yale Medical Ichool; Miss Nora Sorokin with Mr. Stanley Barclay of Ohio State tjraauate acnooi; miss Helen iya-mest of Beverly Road, West Hart- ord, with Mr. carl Christensen; Itss Ella Tambussi of Windsor Mocks, with Mr. Tom Grasso of r-ast Hartford; and Miss Ruth Hale. 'ortiand. with Mr. Joseph Pacnicky hf Brown University. Warren A. Schilline, son of Mr. lind Mrs. Jacob Schilling of Dur ham, will play the part of Paaquinot FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Mny wearers of falsa teejh have tuf-ered real embarrassment because their 'late dropped, slipped or wabbled at ust the wron time. Do not live In fear of this happening to you, Just nrlnkle a little FASTEETH,, the alka-ine non-eld) powder, on your plates, tolds false teeth 'more flrmb-. so they eil more romfortartle. Does not sour, herks "piste odor'' identure hrenth). et FASTEETH at any drug store. in Rostand's "Romancers"' which will be given by the Dramatic Club of Mercersburg Academy at the commencement exercises in June. Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Gns-wold of Huntington Street arrived this week at, the Williamsburg Inn, Williamsburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Manning W. Heard of Asylum Avenue arrived Tuesday at the Commodore, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Blumen-thal of Whetten Road, West Hartford, have returned after spending the winter in Florida. Rev, Charles J. Murphy and Rev. John K. O'Connor of Middletown are among the Connecticut guests at the Inverurie, Bermuda. Mr. Paul Cruikshank, headmaster of the Taft School, and Mrs Cruikshank, gave a dance in honor of their daughter. Miss Elaine Cruikshank, Saturday evening. Alumnae and friends are Invited to attend the performance of Dodie Smith's "Was It Spring," to be given by the Dramatic Club at Low-Hey-wood School, Stamford, on Saturdayr. Wins Fellowship. . Miss Helen Murphy of North Main Street, West Hartford, has been awarded the class of 1905 fellowship by Mount Holyoke College for the continuance of her work for the Ph. D. degree at Yale. A gmd- Party Welfare Governs Tenure Harwood States Says Baldwin's Stand on 'Deals' lias State Com-mittee's Approval Cheers and applause Wednesday greeted Benjamin E. Harwood of Chester, chairman of tlie Republican State Central Committee, as he announced that "notwithstanding some recent newspaper articles," he would continue in his present office "until such time as the party welfare makes it wise" for him to resign. Chairman Harwood made clear his stand at a luncheon of Republican legis'ators at the Hotel Bond, the second of its kind held thus far in the 1939 session of the General Assembly. Abos.it 200 members of the House, state officers, including Governor Baldwin, and other party leaders wee present. Conspicuous for their absence were Re To Direct HPHS it Brown Studio. JESSIE DiPILLO. I ' ' f ' ' I - I J k I; ir - 'Xv- Oh Friday, April 28. at 8 p. m.. in the Broad Street Auditorium, the HPHff Italian Club will present "An Evening of Entertainment." the proceeds of which will go to worthwhile projects of the various clubs. "Ihe affair Is under the direction of Jessie DiPillo and Gino Tordonato with the following as the committee: Louis Romano, Salvatore Sansone, Kenmeth Moore and Tina Levecchi. Those who will take part in the entertainment are Cristy, Discenza, Edward DuBrule. Henry Heine, Geraldine Wells, Harry Hilliard, Sebastian Bafcetta, Salvatore Torascio, Frances Lobosco, Ralph Macron, Concetta La7Aosa, Mary Tuccitto, Lena Leggio, Virginia Corey, Ella Andredi, Saivatore Vita, Geraldine West, and Albert Enliano. The officers of the club are: President, Attilio Gianinl; vice-president, Mary Tuccitto; secretary, Lucy Mangarella, and treasurer, Kenneth Moore. OUTLET AULLINERY.1 ! WQAAENS , MATT LY ' -7 - ; - ft.- . , , New Spring DRESSES $n Regular $7.98 to f 12.98 uate of Mount Holvoke with highest honors in the class of 1938, Mlss ! Murphy has been studying this year j in the department of physiological cnenustry at Yale. j Mrs. Robert L. Fernald of Albany Avem h rwn at. the Vanderbilt, New York, this week. -- w - i Miss Virginia Carev, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Carey of Whiting Lane, West Hartford, has been elected to the Smitn College Outing Club board. She is a fresh-mau there. Mrs. C. Elmer Berggren of Washington Street entertained with a shower Saturday evening for Miss Mary Ivanora Hamilla, who will be married in June to Mr. George Carlson. Holy Trinity Guild Dance, Holy Trinity Guild will hold their semi-formal spring dance at the Indian Hill Country Club in Newiag-ton Saturday night. Miss Marian Yakaitas is chairman of the dance committee and is being assisted by Miss Anne Kasavage, Miss Pearl Griska, Miss Agnes Siiimkus and Miss Josephine Doyd. The Colonial Club Orchestra will play for dancing. Mrs. Charles Baedor of Foley Street, West Hartford, entertained at tea Tuesday for Miss Bargell Carterud. Miss Katherine Grant and Miss Marian Tumillo gave a program of dances and songs for the guests. . publican senators who were busy at the time with the conspiracy bill at the Capitol. Remarking that he was "still very much alive and kicking," Harwood went on to state that "it is my pleasure and duty to tell you that the position taken by Governor Baldwin in the matter of deals has our hearty approval and support and we expect to go right through with him to the end." When asked later by newsmen to expound the term "deals," Governor Baldwin repeated the stand he made at the Young Republican convention last Saturday at Bridgeport. He declared "we are ready to compromise with those senators who do not believe in" a policy of "amendment and opposition" and desire to see ' the legislative program put through." if Democratic leaders "are definitely committed" to obstructive tactics. "I think these compromises," he said, "should be accomplished by the elected representatives of the people and should be open and above board." The Hartford Tuberculosis and Public Health Society, Inc.. offers sound motion pictures, exhibits, literature and speakers free upon request to schools, clubs and organizations. Club Program GINO TORDONATO. APPARE I t - . BEGINS TODAY Regular (14.98 to f 19.98 Reg. 650 . Pairs of Foot-Delight Debonair and Debette Shoe's at DRASTIC REDUCTIONS Glawackus, Hungry, Spotted in Portland! The G'.awackus, Glastonbury's I ubiquitous monster. popped up i agaui Wednesday night in a new lo. j cation and with a new description, j The place was Route ISA in Portland and the dsscription was mighty like a timber wolf." j along the highwav at "7:30 p."m. i ith o;her persons in the car. re-! ported seeing an animal resembling ' fcSrdh'ahOTtw ears Ad-' ! L"g", ana 'm. .s.noFter ears- A? ! narpnj v fl'trsoron t n -,- ; neaa.ignts. cne animal stopped m ! full view of the persons in the ma- ; chine who agreed it was not a dog ! and was the "hungriest looking i beast we've ever seen." 4 Heretofore the Glawackus's de- i scription. given bv hunters and ' others who said they saw it. tallied i closely with that of a large wild- ; cat or a mountain lion. little has I been heard of the Glawackus for I several weeks. I Birth Record In Hartford The following birth certificates have been filed at the Bureau or Vital Statistics: Son, John Patrick, born March 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Sullivan. 318 Wethersfield Avenue. , Daughter, Loretta Celina. born March 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sylvester, 249 Lawrence Street. Daughter, Margaret Ellen. born March 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tully 368 New Park Avenue. Son. Benjamin, born March 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vittl. 16 Capen Street. Daughter. Patricia, bom April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baldwin, 14 Allen Place. Daughter. Jane, born April 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Alden Bennett, 141 Madison Street. Son, Raymond Thomas Joseph, born April 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bouchard, 186 Buckingham Street. Son, Ralph Gibson, born April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, 74 Van Block Avenue. Daughter. Sheila Anne, bora April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Curtin, 110 Seymour Avenue, West Hartford. Son. Raymond, born April 3 to Mr. and Mrs. John DeGray, 60 Barbour Street. Son, born April 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Druckman. 73 Blue Hills Avenue. Daughter. Judith Louisa, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Feld. 76 Vine Street. Daughter, Margaret Jane, born April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Forbes, 21 Fennbrook Road, West Hartford. Son, William, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herman, 69 Fairmount Street. Daughter, born April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Sven Ih'.strom. 203 South Highland Street, West Hartford. Daughter. Nina Judith, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan, 169 West-land Street. Son. Winfield Elliot, bora April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Lennon, 22 Fair-view Street. West Hartford. Son. Raymond John, born April 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lockwood, New-ington. Daughter. Lucille, born April 3 to Mr. and Mrs. George Lcubier, 54 Grand Street. Daughter. Joyce Marie, born April 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Micha, Windsor ! Locke. Daughter, Beverly Ruth, born April 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Milier, 232 South Marshall Street. Daughter. Mary Frances, born April 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Nevin, Glastonbury. Son, Andre Eugene, born April 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Hilaire Noel, 164 Babcock Street. Daughter, Marie Grace, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phillips, 27 Judson Street. Son, Thomas Joseph, born April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quinn, 31 Oliver Street. Daughter, Barbara Elizabeth, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Aldore Richards, Kiliingsworth. Daughter. Sheila, born April 1 to Mr. and Mrs, James Rock. Bristol. Son. born April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Lucy Albert Rome, 220 Fern Street, West Hartford. Son. born April 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rose. 469 Farmlngton Avenue. . Daughter, Linda Sharon, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs, Philip Sack, 270 Edge-Wood Street. Son. Robert Daniel, born April 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Schaefer, 262 Maple Avenue. Son. Richard, born April 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Peter "Shechan, 55 Rowe Avenue. Son. David Reed, born April 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart, Wethersfield. Daughter. Janet Marjorie. born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoddard. Wapping. Daughter. Sandra Lois, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. William Travis, 183 Sigourney Street. Son. Fred William, born April 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wentworth, 193 Barker Street. Son. Michael, born April 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Greenspan, 138 Bran-ford Street. Son. Richard Mayer, born April 5 to Mr. and Mrs. A!ex Levy, 472 South Main Street. West Hartford. Daughter. Patricia Virginia, born April 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pliska, 45 John Street. Marriage Licenses An application for a marriage license was filed at the Bureau of Vital Statistics Wednesday by Albert S. Ekwall, clerk, of 603 New-Britain Avenue, and Marjorie L. Runde, clerk, 4 Westfield Road, West Hartford. Glorious Spring STRAW HATS mi i nil J . $3.98 lo $7.50 Club Events Today Women's Auxiliary to the Municipal Hospital, sewing, 2 Hol-comb Street, 10 a. m.; luncheon. 12:30. Queen's Daughters Thrift Shop, 7 Charter Oak Place, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Thursdar Club, Station 58, East Windsor Hill, 10:15 a. m. Musical dub. Colonial Room Bushnell Memorial, 10:30 a. m. Women's Auxiliary to the YMCA, 315 Pearl Street, 2:15 p. m. Lincoln Neighborhood Circle, annua) meeting, talk, Navlor School, 2:30 p. m. Guild of St. Bamabas, 123 Retreat Avenue, 3 p. m. Hartford Council of Catholic Women. St. Augustine's Unit open house, talk, St. Augustine's School hall, 8 p. m. Northwest and Frank O. Jones PTA's classwork demonstration, Northwest School, 8 p. m. Simsbury Book Club, Simsbury Library, 8 p. m. Hartford Grade Teachers Club. Dr. George R. Wells of the Hartford Seminary Foundation will address a dinner meeting of the Hartford Grade Teachers' Club Monday at 6:30 p. m. at the Wampanoag Country Club. "Safety Valves ol Life," will be his subject. This will be the annual meeiing of the organization. The Hartford Teachers' Chorus, directed by Mr. Joseph H. Soifer, will present a group of songs. Mrs. Augusta H. Hoyt, president, will preside. Social Benevolent Society Elects. afternoon, the Universalis! Social Benevolent Society of the Church of the Redeemer, West Hartford, elected the following new officers: Mrs. Roy S. Melvin, president; Mrs, J. C. Rowits, second vice president; Mrs. C. C. Scarborough, assistant secretary; and Mrs. Warren E. Hayter and Mrs. D. S. Crehore, board members. Officers whose, terms will carry over another year are: Mrs. Clifford E. Kelsey, first vice president; Mrs. Henry F. Hall, assistant secretary: and Mrs Stephen G. Pierce, assistant treasurer. Children's Museum Committee. Mrs. James W. Carpenter was reelected chairman of the Woman's Committee of the Children's Museum at its annual meeting Wednesday held at the Museum. Other officers named are: Mrs. J. Ross Stewart, first vice chairman; Mrs. Louis F. Middlebrook, second vice chairman; Mrs. Charles J. Bennett treasurer; Mrs. E. Welles Eddy, secretary and Mrs. C. Julian Kaiser, chairman of the motion picture committee. Reports were given by three committees on their work for the year, which included the Irving Johnson lecture, the series of Favorite Motion Pictures shown at the Bushnell, and the current events lectures by Mr, Lewis rose. It was decided that the course of lectures by Mrs. Rose which is scheduled to start next October will be held at the Town and County Club instead of the museum. Box luncheons, tea and coffee were served. King's Daughters Union Elects. Mrs. A. J. W. Myers was again elected president of the Hartford City Union of King's Daughters and Sons at the annual meeting of the organization held recently at the Fourth Church. Other officers were chosen as follows: Honorary president, Miss Harriet I. Eaion; first vice president. Mrs. Charles W. Cooke; second vice president, Mrs. R. M. Adams; recording secretary. Mrs. Ernest N. Way; corresponding secretary, Mrs. R. Stanlev Pen-field; treasurer, Mrs. Belle S. Benedict. Members-at-large: Mrs. W. T. Steven. Mrs, A. W. Mont, Mrs. Louis P. Davis, Mrs. A. H. Greenwood, Mrs. Fred W. Hurley. Mrs. Fred T. Atwill, Mrs. F. E. Tolhurst, Mrs. Victor Swicker, Mrs. Newton P. Clark, Mrs. Stuart Webster. Mrs. J. B. Woods and Mrs. Louis Abbott. Italian Mothers' Club Elects. Mrs. Angelo A. Picciolo was elecU ed president of the Itanan Moth- iuDx)uHIFORMS Activities of Women's Clubs y - 4 V I T MISS RUTH KATZ. Miss Katz is co-chairman of the committee on arrangements for the Youth Aliyah formal dance to be given by the Junior Hadassah May 6 at the Highland Country Club, Meriden. ers' Club at the club's annual meet ing held Wednesday afternoon at 10 Prospect Street. Other otneers elected are: Mrs. Daniel A. D'Esopo, vice-president; Mrs. Ernest w. Buck, recording secretary; Mrs. George J, Lorenzo, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Frank Magestri, treasurer, and Mrs. Leo F. Lyons, financial secretary- The last two mentioned were reelected for a second year. Alpha Delta Pi. Delegates from the Hartford Alumnae Association of Alpha Del-; ta Pi who attended the recent conclave of the Delta Province of the sorority at the Beekman Towers, Panhellpnio House, in New York were: Miss Ruth Crockett of Bristol, state chairman of Alpha Delta Pi, and Mrs. Eino Johnson of West Hartford, a former president of Delta Province. The Hartford group has elected officers for 1939-40 as follows: Mrs. Clifford Strike of Walbridge Road, West Hartford, president; Miss Margaret Gustin of Arnoldale Road, West Hartford, vice-president; Miss Ruth Crockett, Main Street, Bristol, secretary; Mrs. Fred D. Wish, Jr.. Girard Avenue, treasurer; Mrs. Eino Johnson of Robin Road, West Hartford, Ade'.phian reporter; Miss Elaine Cooper of Bridgeport, endowment chairman; and Mrs. Buist M. Anderson of Foxcroft Road, West Hartford, publicity chairman. Center Church Women. Center Church Women will meet Friday at 1:30 p. m. to hear a talk by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Russell J. Clinchy. The meeting will conclude a year's study under the direction of the Home Missionary Department on the theme, "The Church in the City." Dr. Clinchy will speak on the subject, "The Place of Center Church in the Community." Members will meet at 10 a. m. for sewing and making surgical dressings. Luncheon will be served at 12:45. s Polish Junior League. The newly organized Polish Junior League of Massachusetts entertained the following girls of the Polish Junior League of Connecticut at a tea Sunday afternoon: Miss Wanda Chotkowski, of Kensington, president. Miss Helen Sym-olon. of (New Britain. Miss Antoinette M. Winalski of Hartford, and Miss Stasia Chotkowski of Kensington. The Polish Junior League of Mas sachusetts is affiliated with the Poush Junior League of Connecti- for Nurses by White Swan "tops for style and value" This is a beflutifui'y fashioned mode! with set-in be't and cordad tucking. It has the, most modem no'e of efficiency, a Ta!on zipper cbsing to let you in a-d out in a dash and every second ;s prec'ous to a nurse. Sizes K to 33. PHONE 50131 SECOND FLOOR X98 cut and will endeavor to carry on Its charity and social activities in such the same manner. The newly elected officers of the Massachusetts group include Miss Josephine Niedzielski of Holyoke. president; Miss Ann Jegelewicz of Westfield, vice-president: Mrs. Sjc-phanie Misiaszek. Holyoke, secretary; and Miss Stella M. Oiko of Chieopee, treasurer. Miss Josephine Niedzielski was hostess, and Miss Anna Jegelewicz poured. Miss Niedzielski showed films of Europe, including Denmark, Poland, Germany, France, England and Italy. St. Anthony's Guild. The committee on arrangements for the bridge which the Ladies' Guild of St. Anthony's Church will hold Friday at 8 p. m. at 10 Prospect Street consists of Mrs. Anthony Zizzamia, Mrs. Florence Tinnereila, Mrs. Thomas A. Verilli, Mrs. Emil Marzano, Mrs. Anthony Bertucci and Mrs. Daniel A. Guerriero. The affair will be for the benefit of the altar fund. Northwest, Frank Jones PTA's. A combined meeting of the North west and Frank O. Jones Parent-Teacher Associations will be held today at 8 p. m. in the kindergarten room of the Northwest School. There will be community singing, with Miss Alice Brown as accompanist. The program will consist of class work demonstrations by the manual and fine arts departments. Classes will be in session from 8:30 to 9:15 p. m. so that parents may observe actual class pro cedure. Refreshments will be served at THE STORE OF SPECIALTY SHOPS SAL- E MEN'S PAJAMAS The man's Shop. Regularly 1.39 and 1.55 i i'rli- -t Fl 1 1) 1 1 tur ii riWiHwi'fi rt " - - I Superior savings on Sfsiger paamas . . . at prices that suggest buying them by the dozen. All first quality merchandise, well-tailored, full-cut, and long-wearing. Stripes, patterns, light and dark grounds, all guaranteed fast color. Your choice of middy cr coat style with convertible neckline. Trousers with draw-string waist. Sizes A to D. MAN'S SHOP MAIN FLOOR 9:15. with mothers of first and sec ond grade children as hostesses. Musical Club Program. ! ""Jaz2, Its Origin and Influence" ' is the theme of this morning' pro-i gram of the Musical Club of Hart-j ford, which will meet at 10:30 at the Colonial Room, Bushnell Me-1 morial. The program will be as fol-i lows: j Negro spirituals "Steal Away. "Peter. Go Ring Dem Bells," "City Called Heaven," "De Blind Man Stood on de Road and Cr.ed." "I'm Troubled" and "Deep River," tenor solos sung by Russell G. Moore, tenor, accompanied by Rachel R, . Moore. Juliet Grace Wolfe will play a theremin obligato to "Deep River." Mr. Moore will also sing 'The Lord's Prayer," by Malotte. Theremin solos "By the Waters of Minnetonka," by Thurlow Lieu-rance; "Russian Lullaby," Irving' Berlin; "Reverie," by Debussy, with violin obligato by Margaret Scafar-eilo, played by Juliet Grace Wolfe, accompanied by Esther Meyers. Soprano solos "Yo CaJi't Git Yo Lodgin' Here," old Negro folk rhyme by Edward Morris; "Down in the Valley," of Kentucky mountain origin, arranged by Eliot H. Robinson; "The Whiffle of the Smell," mountain "moonshiner's" song, arranged by Eliot H. Robinson, and "Summertime," from "Porgy and Bess," by George Gershwin, sung by Barbara HUiard, accompanied by Mary Lynch. Violin solas "Jazette," Op. 26, No. 2. by Louis Gruenberg; and "From the, Canebrake," by Samuel Gardner, played by Margaret Scafarello, accompanied by Juliet Grace Wolfe. Indian songs "Love Song." Red Willow Pueblo melody by Thurlow Lieurance; "In tlie Vale of Kah-wahtona," on a Sioux melody by Maurice Baron; "The Year of Dry Leaves." from a rain dance song by Lieurance; and "The Moon Drops Low " on an Omaha tribal melody by Charles Wakefield Cadman, sung by Barbara Hillard, accompanied by Mary Lynch. Piano solo "Rhapsody in Blue." by Gershwin, played by Juliet Grace Wolfe. Sunshine Circle. Sunshine Circle, King's Daughters, of the South Park Methodist Church, will meet Monday at 7:45 p. m. in the church house. Mrs. Margaret Buckland. hostess, will be assisted by Miss Ethel Scott. Prof. Dutcher to Give Peace Day Talk at CSC Storrs, April 19, (Special.) Professor George Dutcher of the Wes-leyan University history department will be principal speaker at" the second annual peace day meeting to be held Thursday morning at Connecticut State College as a part of the nation-wide movement of college and youth groups to make an articulate protest against war. Professor Andre Schenker will give a short talk as faculty speaker, and student opinion will be repre sented by Normand P. DeBeau of Wiliimantic, editor of the Connecticut Campus. Dean Sumner A. Dole will read a message from President Albert N. Jorgensen, who will be unable to attend because of illness. The National Peace Day Movement was started at Brown University in 1934. and last year over 1.-000.000 students all over the country participated in such meetings. Esther P. LeGeyt of Hartford is In charge of plans for the peace day demonstration at Connecticut State 1 College. u

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