The Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania on November 21, 1942 · 7
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Scranton, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, November 21, 1942
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I "i THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER '21, 1942 Seven I Todays Events Card party, Auiliary No. 10, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 8:30 p. m.. Memorial Hall. ' . ! Marriage, Miss Eleanor Henni-gan and Edward J. Kennedy 9 a. m., St. Patricks Cathedral, Newark. ' Marriage, Miss Mary Patrick and Joseph Keselowsky, 11 a. m.. St. Vladimirs Church. Annual card party, Junior Welsh Club, 2. p. m., Century Club, for benefit,, of Welsh Home. Marriage, Miss Gail Krauss and Frank A. Coleman, St. Aloysius Church, Newark. Cafeteria luncheon and meeting, Westmoreland Chapter, Daughters of 1812, 1 p. m., Y. W. C. A. Building. Marriage, Miss Helen Konopel-ski and Frank Palauskas, Bell-wood, 111. f Bake sale, Wednesday Club of of the Y. W. C. A., 10 a. m., Womens Echange and Thrift Shop, Jeffersor) Avenue and Linden Street. Marriage, Miss Eleanor Foderaro and William Dallalio, 9 a. m., St. Peters Cathedral. Card, party, British War Relief Society, 8:30 p. m., Green Ridge Bank Building, for Community War Chest. Marriage, Miss Katherine Mar-tinkovitch to John Kary, Holy Family Church. Recruiting for WAACs, Room 313, Chamber of Commerce Building. Rummage sale, Welsh Womens Society, 1906 Sanderson Avenue, for benefit of Welsh Home. Y, W. H A. Notes Clubs of the association will ' man the stamp booth in the lobby according to the following schedule, Anita- Mendlowitz ' announced yesterday: Monday, Chi Mu Omega; Tuesday, B. B. G.; Wednesday, B. Y. Y.; Thursday, S. . L D.; Sunday, Kappa Sigma Tai. Volunteer Victory workers who assisted this week are: A. and N, Argus committee Alice Deutsch, Judith Fallick, Estelle Friedman, . Floria Friedman, Ann Ruth Furman, Esther Iglewis, Ann Levy, Helen Rosenstein, . Esther Sabsowitz, Mrs. Martin Schartz, Mrs-B. Shearn, Dorothy Young; scrap book Joyce Silverstein; stamp booth Cynthia Safire and Sylvia Shapiro, representing Bnai . Brith Girls; litter writing Sara L:,-tphler and Bernice Hoffman. He ii,Mrs.f:Jlax j Roth ; presided- at- a v :-; recent meeting of the Y. W. H. A. ir Service Club board. The follow-10 ing members, each representing a different phase of Y. W. work, at- tended: Mrs. A. B. Cohen, Mrs. it- H. Marcus, Mrs. J. Greenes, Mar-V tha Levine, Sara Stahler, Ethel , Mendlowitz, Helen Rothman, Anita Mendlowitz, Mrs. Martin Schwartz, Rosalyn Berger, Marion Shiftman, ' Sara Golnick, Sophie Likach and f iGuitelle Brandwene. . " The Girls Activities Council . will reorganize Monday at 8 p. m. in the ' association building. Ar-- rangements willbe made for the annual girls rally, Sunday, Dec. Arranges Elm Park Bazaar V " f ' ' '' :S- i:;. t - ' V', ' '"o.x i' f '' '"i " ' iii ifiiiii tmmmm ' - - L .. s , 81- .Iff ', Mrs. W. W. Scheuer An t ' & 4ft ft. J .V . . 4' M 6,. at 2 p. m. Awards will be presented to Rosalyn Berger and Sara Stahler . and last seasons camp movies will -be shown. All group leaders and club members are asked to attend Other events for the week' follow: Tomorrow,. 10:30 a. m., Y Religious School; 8:30 p. m., lecture by Hallett Abend; Monday, 4 p. m., junior dancing class; 7:30 p. m., Boy Scout meeting; Tuesday: 10 a. m-, surgical dressing group; 7:30 p. m., Girl Scout meeting; 8:45 p. m.. Service . Club board meeting; Wednesday, 10 a. m., Red Cross sewing unit; 2 p. m., Hadassah sewing; 3 p. m., Senior Girl, Scout meeting; Thursday, 4:15 p. m., Brownie Pack meeting; 7:30 p. m., Red Cross First Aid Class; 7:30 p. m., Red Cross Home Nursirfg Class. ' ; ; There will be no cooking class Monday night. The last session of the current series is scheduled for. Monday, Nov. 30. . Dancing Tonite, Hotel Casey. Min. $1 Per Person. The annual novelty bazaar of the Womens Society of Christian Service, Elm Park Church, will be held Wednesday and Thursday afternoon and evening, Dec. 2 and 3, in the church. Reservations for the turkey dinner Thursday evening may be made with Mrs, Walter R. Scharar or at the church office before noon Wednesday. Chairmen of booths follow: Gifts, Mrs. Harry R. Van Deusen; dolls, Miss Wilhelmina Scheuer; aprons, Mrs. Tom Evans; baked goods, Mrs. James Musgraves and Mrs. Emmet Norton; night lingerie, Mrs. Eugene LeClair; candy, Mrs. Harry Hennemuth; rugs, Mrs. Earl L. Ressignie; white elephants, Mrs. Amos H. Stauffer; honey, Mrs. William Curry.' Births GEORGALAS To Mr. and Mrs. Gus Georgalas, 1601 Farr Street, a son, Sunday at home. Mrs. Georgalas is the former Miss Anna Cselouch. There -are also three daughters in the Georgalas family. BIDEN To Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Biden, 2446 North Washington Avenue, a son yesterday in St. Marys Hospital. Mrs. Biden ii the former Miss Jean Finnegan. This is the . first child in the Biden family. KAMINSKI To Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kaminski, 428 Genet Street,'! son, yesterday in Hahnemann Hospital. MEYER To Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meyer, Taylor, a son, Thursday in Hahnemann Hospital. STINKA To Mr. and Mrs. John Stinka, Peckville,.a son, Thursday in Hahnemann Hospital, JESCOVITCH To Mr, and Mrs. John . Jeskovitch, 543 .Cayuga Str6et," a "daughter, "Mfljtday 'at home. Mrs. Jescovitch is the , former Miss Agnes Kane, Putnam Street. REGAN To Corp. and Mrs. Gordon Regan, 908 Taylor Avenue, .a son, Tuesday in Hahne mann Hospital. Mrs. Regan is the former Honora Hopkins. , f ARNOLD To Mr. and Mrs. James Arnold, Bloomfield, N. J., a daughter, Nov. 6, in Irvington General Hospital. The baby has been named Suzann Janet Arnold. Mrs. Arnold is the former : Miss Suzann Smar, daughter of 'Mrs. Michael Smar, 116 Broadway,: this city. GRABOWSKI To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grabowski, 1118 Loomis Avenue, 9 daughter, yesterday in the State Hospital. EIFFERT To - Mr. and Mrs. William Eiffert, Newark, N. J., formerly of , Moosic Street, this city, a daughter, Nov. 14, in Beth Israel Hospital, Newark. Mrs. Eiffert is the former Miss Nell James, Wilkes-Barre. , , BROWNIE PACK 81 MARKS ANNIVERSARY Brownie Pack 81, Hickory Street Presbyterian Church, celebrated its fifth year in scouting yesterday afternoon with the investure of four new brownies at a birthday party. The Girl Scouts of Hickory Street Presbyterian Church will meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. Each girl is asked to bring a can of food for the Thanksgiving church baskets. gogue, arrangements were made for a card party to be held Monday, Dec. 7, at 8 p. m., in the vestry rooms. Mrs. William Gurie was named chairman. Personal Howard Warren Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Davjd Harris, Main Street, Dickson City, has left the mid-Valley Hospital and Is convalescing at his home. Miss Claire Baskerville, Webster Avenue, is spending the weekend in New York. .1 Robert Wolfe, son- of S. A. Wolfe, La Anna, is a member of the news board at the Peddie School, Hightstown, N. J. Mrs. C. J. Williams, Electric Street, president of. jhe Quota Club, has returned from Harrisburg, where she was an honor guest at the annual Friendly Relations dinner of the Quota Club of that city. She also was the guest of Mrs. Wt W. Leroy, formerly of this city. Pvt. Irvin T. Maschal, North Main Avenue, has returned to Fort Meyer, Va., after spendig several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maschal. Miss Nancy Schneider, Myrtle Street, is spending the weekend in New York. Mrs. William J. Phillips and her daughter, Mrs. William B. Sweet-ser, are in Washington, D. C., for the holidays as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fuoss. Mrs. Fuoss is the former Miss Sarah Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Jones, Washington, D. C., have returned home after visiting at the latters former home, 315 Wheeler Avenue. JESSUP SODALITIES ARRANGE DANCE An annual card party and dance will be held Wednesday at 8 p. m.. in the American Legion Hall, Peckville, by the United Societies of St. Marys Assumption Church, Jessup. Honorary chairqien are the Rev. William. P. Boyd, the Rev. Gerald Conahan and the Rev. John Zorhornacky. Joseph Simancelli, Mrs. Salvatore Maio-latesi, and Miss Ann Nicoteri are in charge of arrangements and Mrs. Mary Fanucci is chairman of the prize committee. Chairman of Card Party Today Mrs. Charles Kaestner, above, is chairman of refreshments for the annual Fall card party the Junior Welsh Club will hold today at 2 p. m. in the Century Club, for the Welsh Home. Miss Grace Jenkins is general chairman. Latin America Program Given (Continued from Page 6) . Religion in the News given by Mrs. Harold C: Case. Dr. George P Howard, Chile, guest speakef for the afternoon,, spoke on Latin America. Bridges of understanding must be crossed to make us good neighbors. We should speak the same language and worship the same God in order to fully understand the problems of the world," he said. MISS INA SAWYERS FETES BRIDE-ELECT In honor of Miss Evelyn M. le Claire, Moosic Street, a bride-elect, nMIss Ina Sawyers, Colfax Avfnue, recently entertained at a variety shower. Mrs. Donald Dick-man, Colfax Avenue, will be hostess Monday evening at a trousseau shower at her home in honor of Miss le Claire, who will be married Thanksgiving Day to Robert W. Catilin, Philadelphia, formerly of Washington Road, this city. C. D. A. ENTERTAINS AT READING TOMORROW . Court Bishop Hafey, Catholic Daughters, wi)l entertain at a reading and musicale tomorrow at 2 p. m. in St. Marys Auditorium, Hickory Street. Mrs. Howard Murphey will read The Song of Bernadette. by Franz Werfel. Mrs. Mary Donahoc Coyne and Mrs. Mollie O'Donnell will present the musical program. OPENING-TONIGHT Clarence Staples and His College Band Omar Room Minimum $1.00 Per Person HOTEL JERMYN Adv. Night Coughs 'ue to colds . . . eased without dosing. VICKS V VAPoRua APPROVED! BmtGENERATIONSt Miss Velma Lewis Weds John Bogg Miss. Velma Lewis, daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Lewis, Dalton, became the bride of John Bagg, Waverly, last J Saturday t 8 p. m. in the Lewis residence.' The Rev. O. G. Langford, pastor of the Waverly Baptist Church, officiated. The bride wore a dubonnet velvet dress, matching accessories and corsage of white pompons. A reception followed the ceremony for members of the immediate families. The guests . were: Mr. and Mrs. John Hanes, :r Dalton; Mr. and Mrs. Herman . Schaek, Lake Winola; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wickizer and daugh- ; ter, Elaine Wickizer, Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hindman' Waverly; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bogg and daughter, Ruth Bogg and sons, Walter, Donald and , George Bogg, Waverly, and Merle . Lewis. ' ' RED CROSS PRODUCTION ROOMS CLOSE FOR HOLIDAYS Red Cross production headquarters in the Coal Exchange building wil be closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next week because of the-Thangsgiving holiday. Attention: Brides-To-Be Get thp VHluAbiB and helpful 'BRinK'S HOOK OF PLANS' at THE OLORH by merely fllllnff out your preference Hat. A wonderfully complete guide for mnklntr ell of your wedding r rnngementfl. The record begins several weeks before the Wedding Day and keeps track of activities , and account right through that momentous First. Vearl Simply regiRter with the Bride's Consultant at THB GLOB IS and a he will present you with your very own copy of this lovely 161-page plastic-bound volume .... THE FmiDE8 HOOK OF PLANS I BRIDAL SHOP SECOND FLOOR Cleland-Simpson Co. OHEV ZEDEK WOMEN PLAN CARD PARTY At the November meeting of the Sisterhood of Ohev Zedek Syna- Crochet Sunburst Doily T By MRS. ANNE CABOT To obtain complete crocheting Instructions for the Sunburst Doily (Pattern No. 5448) send 10 cents in COIN, YOUR NAME and ADDRESS and We PATTERN NUM BER to Anne Cabot (iW Scranton Tribune), 106 Seventh Avenue, New York City. Enclose 1 cent postage for each pattern ordered. Anne Cabots Fall and Winter Album is priced at 15 cents; IIEY KIDS, DADS and MOHS! Look At Our Wonderful Books Fairy tales and mystery stories , . d stories about dolls and trains I Read about Jack Horner and Little Miss Muffel and the Rabbit with Four Lucky Feet (by our own fashion .enlist). Look At Our Beautiful Dolls Such looely dolls . . . and so many of them . , From bouncing, cuddly babic to glamorous "lady" dolls. Come, see , , . We've dolls for every little mother. . ' Look At the Wheel Toys Tops on Santa's list I , Autos, scooters, wagons, skates, bicycles, are only a few of our marvelous new toys that are made with wheels f See Our Huge Menagerie Teddy' bears, furry dogs and cats, ducks, elephants, rabbits, giraffes, many, many others that are the pride of every child 1 life , Look At Our Trains Watch them speed around the tracks . . listen to the whistles blow . , . thrill to the brightness of the cars! Little trains, big trains, we have them all I And Talk to Santa Yourself Yes, he's come all the way rom, the North Pole to listen to your wants for . Christmas . Get a magical surprise package from jolly Santa lor only 25c. Is till! Dili! Be Sure to Ask Santa for a Free Story Book! SCRANTON OWNED CLUODD SIIDPSOn READY AS THE MGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS . . . yes, Santa arrives this morning ... tvith all the wonderful toys and dolls . . . games and trains! You9 ve never seen such a wonderful collection before! All fiearts will thump with excitement and eyes grow starry as you spy Santa here at The Globe! Butf youd betten come early and spend some time with him . . . tell him just what you want for Christmas ! TOt WORLD THIRD FLOOR componV SCRANTON MANAGED,

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