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11 TIIE SCRANTON TIMES. MONDAY, Al'IlIL 28, 1911. ! U-OCNCI-CIUL EKEACEf.'EUT ADM 1 :- - M S J i K MISS HELEN TELESKA Mn. Mary Teleska, 200 Fi(th ave Due, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Helen Teleska. to AIovmus C. Andrejack, ion of Mn William Andrejack, 424 Emmett street, and the late Mr. Andre-jack Miss Teleska is a graduate pi Technical High School and Is employed as a bookkeeper by the Blossom Dress Co , Inc. Mr Andrejack was graduated from the University of Scranton and is employed in Bridgeport, Conn. A late spring wedding is planned, 'DFD9RNMS Fred W. Warnke, Jr, Vine street, la a patient at the State Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stamper. Kay Aug Apartments, spent the Week end In New York. Mr. and Mrs. W L. Stocks, Quincy i avenue, have returned from Harris- burg where they spent the week end. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Von Bergen. 1600 Linden street, were week-end , guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wagner, Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W.iRymer, Jefferson avehue, Dunmore, nave re- turned from Philadelphia and New ; York. Mr. and Mrs. SlTnon R. Ward, Olive street, will return Saturday from Santa Monica, Cal, where they spent the winter. , 1 Mrs. E. L. Klesol, Arthur avenue, la spending some tune with her son , and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ! William Klesel, Utica, N. Y. . Miss Helen Palmer, Capouse ave- nue, spent the week end at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadel- . phia, ' Miss Dorothy Burnett, S12 Wyoming avenue, ia spending a few days in Baltimore, Md. and New York. Mrs. Louis Hinerfeld. 813 Quincy avenue, is confined to her home with a fractured ankle as the result of a recent falL i Miss Claire Dougherty, Capouse i avenue, has returned after a 'brief visit .with her sister. Miss Caroiyne , Dougherty, Irvington, N. J. Miss Louise V. McMenamin, Quincy avenue, has returned from Washington, D. CL where she was the guest of Mis Eileen Boland. . I Mr. and Mrs. E. Sheldon Curtis. , 1543 Capouse avenue, announce the birth of a daughter this morning in Hahnemann Hospital. Mrs. Curtis j is the former Ruth Davis. A daughter was horn this mom ing in Hahnemann Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kavaliauskas, 1296 Byair avenue. Mrs. Kavaliauskas is ! the former Anna Ruseski. j Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Pricci, 1715 i Prospect avenue, announce the birth of a son yesteiday in Hahnemann Hospitar Mrs. Pricci is the former i Esther Palmasani. , A daughter whs born this morning in the State Hospital to Mr. and ' Mrs. Chris Barber, B13 Willow street , Mrs. Barber.is the former Margaret ' BurnelL 1 Nr. and Mrs. Steven Goodla, Miss 'in mi Goodla, Joseph Doyle and 1 Carl Blesecker, this city, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs, Angelo i Vrissis, Syracuse, N. Y. Mrs. Elvira R. King, executive secretary of the Progressive Recrea-. tion and Social Service Association, is attending the conference of rec- reation workers among colored clti-1 gens in Louisville, Ky, this wtek. 1 Murray Druck, senior at Perih-1 sylvanla State College, spent the j week end et hi home, 829 North Webster avenue. Oscar J. Kranich, I Jr., of York, hia roommate at school, ! was his guest. , Mr. and Mr. Stanley Leonard and , daughters, Wanda, Estelle and J rnne, 103$ Cottage avenue, and Joseph E. SOnwartz, this city, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Leonard, Jersey City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Beckman, Troy, N. Y., announce the birth of twins, a . son and daughter, born. ' April 23 at the Leonard Hospital, North Troy. Mrs. Beckman is the daughter of Mr. and Mr. Henry Burke, former Scranton residents. Miss Marcia Catherine White, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White. Syracuse, N. Y., underwent a tonsillectomy today at Moses Taylor Hospital. She will convalesce at the home of her aunts,1 Misses Florence end Catherine Taylor, South Everett avenue. Mrs. Fred Hartman end Mrs. Jack Yuhas, this city, have returned from Baltimore, Md., where they spent the past week with the formers daughter, and the latters son, Mr. and Mrs. John Yuhas, who left by plane on Saturday for Jackson, Mich., where they will reside Mrs. Yuhas is the former Rosamond Hartman. i f; VCiGE IF EXPEUKCE IS FATHER IF SEIIEITP0ER3 Hollywood, April 28 UP). Mrs. Mildred Taylor, wlfa of M. Sayl Taylor, radio's -"voica of experience, became the mother of a oven-ound girl Saturday. They - have anolher' Hanphter, three r r ' - T, v i Mr. and Mrs. Franklin J. Collins, Taylor avenue, entertained Salur day evening at supper m honor of Mrs. Colima parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Coar, 738 Taylor avenue, the occasion being their ailver wedding anniversary. There were six teen guests. 00 Miss Ethel Henkeltnan, Hickory street, will entertain this evening with a pantry shower and supper party at home in honor of Miss Prances Niemeyer, a bride-elect. Decorations appropriate to the shower motif will be used, with I niature sprinklers filled with calendulas, euphorbia and gerbera in hades of bronze and yellow. Guests will include Mrs. P ay Woodruff, Mrs. Richard Parsons, Mrs Wortley B. Hughes, Mrs. Walter H. Niemeyer, Mrs. Max llenkelman and Misses Grace Sandercock, Helen Letlyard, Louise Patterson, Helen Weaver, Louise Remhait, Jane Williams and Wilhelmma Scheuer. . .00 Mis. 'Amelia Calkin, 1712 Qumcy avenue, Dunmore, was honored lust evening by her taniliy at a dinner at her borne, the occasion being her seienty-lifth birthday. Datiodils and sweet peaa were used in the table centerpiece. Out-ol-low n guesls included: Mr. and Mrs. Burt Calkin, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Sutliff, Lake nuntiiigiou, N. Y.; Virgil Calkin, Auburn, N Y.; Frank Calkin and daughter, Barbara, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Calkin, Edwin, Robert and Gerry Calkin, Beachlake; John Calkins, White Mills; Mr. and Mrs Joseph Calkin, Herrick Center. Other guesis were: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mirtz and son. Harold, Mrs. Henry Scneuer and Miss Carrie Steiple, this city. o o Miss Frimi ..z, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. jie.i-dii Suraviu, 910 Monroe avenue, was married yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock l5Myr-Enikelstein, son of Mrs. Harry Pin-kelstein, Wilkes-Barre. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Arthur T. Buch and Cantor William S. Horn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nogi, 524 Wheeler avenue, this city, uncle and aunt of the bride. Ivor Price, harpist, played the wedding music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an aquamarine silk jersey dress under wool jersey coat, a hat of similar shade with a short veil, and carried white Bible with a marker of white violets and orchids. She dispensed with attendants. Bernard hinkelbtein. Forty Fort, was best man. Alter a reception for the immediate families, Mr. and Mrs. Fin kelstein left for Atlantic City and .New York, the bride wearing a Sfreen silk dress, a beige corduroy coat, matching hat and corsage of orchids. They will reside at 5 Mallory place, Wilkes-Barre. The for mer Miss SuraviU is a graduate of Central High School and attended Pennsylvania State College.' Mr. Kinkelstein was. graduated from Wyoming Seminary, attended Pennsylvania State College, and is vice president of the Pioneer Manufacturing Company, Wilkes-Barre, 00 Mrs. S. W. Fitch, of Clay avenue, entertained the eight members of her bridge club at her home -recently High scores were made by Mrs. P. H. Ackey, Mrs. John H. Wil Hams and Mrs. Edgar Transue. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the games. The next meeting will at the home of Kirs. J. N. McClurg, Wheeler avenue. - o O Mrs Harold Conrad will read, "The Mon-ugnors Hour," bv Emmet Lavery, this evening at 8 15 o'clock m the social room of OReilly Hall, Marywood College, sponsored by the Literary Guild of Marywood Seminary Members of the association and friends are invited to attend the reading for which there will be no admission charge. The seminary alumnae association will meet following' the readmit to "arrange for the communion breakfast May it"-. 00 ' Mrs. Robert Richman,'' aeltory-vilie, announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Roberta Rich- man, to George Slocum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Slocumr-Nichol on. Miss Richman was graduated from Factory ville High School, class of 1940, snrf is attending Scranton-Keystbne Junior College, a student of tha legal secretarial course. Mr. Slocum is a graduate of Nicholson High School, class of 1919, and is employed by the Penn-Dell Dairy, Stroudsburg. I - . 00 t Mrs. Howard L. Williams, Quincy avenue, will entertain her bridge club of eight at luncheon and cards tomorrow at her home. o o Mis Agnes Urban, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Urban, of Von Storch avenue, and Leo Foley, son of John Foley, North Keyser avenue, were married Saturday evening at 6 o'clock In St. Josephs Lithuanian Church. Rev. John G. ValuniM officiated. The bride wore powder blue crepe with hat and coat to match, and her sister, Miss Josephine Urban, who was maid of honor, wore a navy blue ensemble. Both wore corsages of gardenmi and roses. Michael Ruane was best man. A reception for members of the immediate families of the couple followed at the home ol the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fotywill reside it 1728 Von Storch gvenuer ' 00 Mrs. Thomas Harold ' Brown, Moorestown, N. J, announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Jean Tsylor Brown, to John Tudor Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs- David W. Phillips, North Washington avenue. Miss Brown is a graduate of Drexel Institute. Mr. Phillips was graduated from Lafayette College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. . lie is affiliated with the Aetna Insurance Company, Philadelphia. . , 00 ' Announcement U made of the en-i agement of Miss Kathlyn M. Wil-ama, dsnghter of Mrs. Clinton Jt. such emu tui mi , ciumy f- 5M CUP H -e L AT no COST! V- - Thousands of particular women tell how they formerly bought other nationally-known, higher-priced teas, but now save up to 20 (a fifth) by serving -AAPs delightful Nectar or Our Own. They save because A&P eliminate many usual In-between expensea in bringing its auperb feaa to you. -- 5 Young Women Who Became Brides Saturday MBS. JOHN MK. a. V. t KCCACCI JUNIOR GROUP OF KOCH-CON-LEY POST ARRANGES FOR AF FAIR MAY I POPPY DAY DISCUSSED. Koch-Conley Junior Auxiliary met Saturday afternoon in the le gion auditorium with Miss Clara Down. presiding under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Mayer snd Mrs. Teresa Kamck, adcisers. Miss Jean Astringer, chairman, announced that a child welfare shower of new articles of clothing will be held at the next meeting on May 10, to which mmebers are ssked to contribute. Shirley Hixon, poppy chairman. Is planning Poppy Day. The juniors will assist Mrs. John Kaditus, adult chairman, in co-operation with the post on that day, Announcement of the winner In the poppy poster and essay contests will be made at the adult meeting May 8. Plans were furthered for the sport dance to be held May 8. Miss Clare Dolon is general chairman, assisted by the officers and chsirmea Arrangements will be completed at a meeting Saturday at 2 30 o'clock. Thursday at 4 o'clock, the first aid class will meet In the Chamber of Commerce building under the direction of Gerard Sheridan and Mrs-G. E. Noll. Knitung instructions will be given Saturday at 2 o'clock. Free Bui Service to St Ann's Party. See Ad On Page 8. Williams, Philadelphia, t6 Arthur P. Matthews, 2d, son of Mr. snd Mrs, Richard J. Matthews. North Irving avenue, this city. The wedding will take place June 28 in Washington Memorial Chapel,. Valley Forge. Miss Williams is -a graduate of Sharon Hill High School and attended . Drexel Institute. Mr. Mat- thews was gradual from Scran- avetn. .inn Cnii.c- an ton-Keystone Junior College and the University of Pennsylvania find is associated with hts-father In Matthew Bros. Miss Dorothy Matthew entertained at teaSaturday afternoon in honor of Miss Williams. Mrs Otto Robinson, Jr. presided at the tea table whiclL was decorated with funk roses, delphinium and yellow ria. Mrs. J. F. Joyce and Mrs. Wilbur Eshelman assisted about the rooms. Theie were thirty-five guests. - - 00 Honoring Miss Nan Cawley, 224 West Drinker ' street. Dunmore, whose engagement to John J. Hattei, New Haven, Conn., formerly of 1804 Bloom avenue, this city, has been announced. Miss Jeannette Reese, Linden street, entertained the young women employes of The Times at a cocktail party Saturday at Hotel Casey. Pink carnations, yellow daisies and bachelor buttons in a wicker basket were used in the table decorations Other guests included: Mrs. Edward J. Lynett, Jr., and Misses Elizabeth R. Lynett, Laura McCarnck, Emily Wilcox, Alice Gannon, Helen Flanagan, Helen Haggerty. Margaret Noone, Louise Collins, Ruth Kreilich, Mary Driscoll, Kathryn and Frances Roland, Jennie Murphy, Josephine Coggins and Gertrude Mangnn. o n Mrnrmt Mrs-Frank Santarsiero, 328 Twelfth avenue, entertained recently at a family dinner and theater party, the occasion being their sixth wedding anniversary. " 00 Miss Mary Veronica Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Holmps, Sloan avenue, will ba married Wednesday morning at 9 oclock in St. Anns Monastery Church, to fContlnued on Pape 151 Rug Crcaning Pays ' With Longer Wear Street dirt, duat and sand are responsible for most rug wesr. The grit gathering at the base of the nap la ground against the wool with every step and th4 loose wool Is rs-nioved by the vacuum sweeper. A thorough cleaning by the Scranton Bedding Company, Including dusting, shampoo and, most important, a thorough rinse, costs only $2.50 for a 9x12 1 domestic rug. Oriental rug cleaning costs 5c par aquare foot. Bealde the improvement In appearance, the Bedding Company cleaning pays In lengthening tha life of rugs. ' The method of cleaning and materials used are guaranteed by Good Housekeeping! as advertised therein. Phone the 1 SCRANTON REDDING1 COMPANY Fhaae 111$ ,1 RUCKaK BEREZNAK MKS. WALTER The marriage of Miss Margaret P. Refice, 438 Breck street, to Samuel V. Ceccacci, 2308 South Webster avenue, took place Saturday morning in St. Francis-of Assisi Church. Rev. William J. Giroux officiated. Detalli were published In Saturday' Times. Mr and Mn Ceccacci will reside at 2005 Prospect avenue. Mr. Ceccacci is employed by the Gold Medal Baking Company. Miss Claire E Sierkierka, daugfr ter of Mr and Kirs, Michael F. Sie Rierka, 1122 Myrtle street, was married Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock in St Stanislaus Church to First SkV John Bereznak, Jr, Langley Field, Vi, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bereznak, 607 Warren street, Dunmore. Bishop John Misiaszek officiated. The bride wore ia white faille taffeta gown ending in a long tram, and a tiered veil of illusion. She carried gardenias and baby breath; Miss. Ann Bereznak. maid of honor, wore a shell pink gown, a matching veil and carried a colonial bouquet of sweet peas, roses and baby breath. Mass Victoria Zaikow-ski, bridesmaid, wore a baby blue silk jersey and mousseline de soie gown, a short veil of matching illusion and carried sweet peas, roses and baby breath. Stanley Siekier-ka waa best man and Joseph So-brhkl was usher. After a dinner and reception at the home of the bride. Sergeant Bereznak and hi bride left for Langley Field. They will leave ehortly for Oklahoma City, Okla, where the former has been assigned to the air base. llfliss Mary Louise Bircher, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Harrison Bircher, Jefferson avenue, Dunmore, was married Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in Westminster Presbyterian Church to Walter Lincoln Schlager, Altoona, ion of Mrs. Walter L Schlager, Montrose, formerly of this city. Rev. Dr. Peter K. Emmons officiated. Llewellyn Jones played the wedding music. Easter lilies, white gladioli snd cathedral tapers decorated the church Given in marriage by her father, the -bride wore a colonial gown of ivory duchess satin made with a fitted bodice of net and Chantilly lace The bouffant skirt ended in an oval tra train. Her tictred veil of Illusion was arranged from a pompadour cap of the lace and was trimmed In orange blossoms. She carried a colonial bouquet of white orchids, valley lilies, bouvardia, swzeet peas and forget-me-hots, and wore pearls, the gift of the bridegroom, Mrs. Stuart H. . Fulkerson. Orange, N. J., was matron of honor. She wore a Bermuda coral marquisette gown, a garland 1 of ffowers in her hair and carried yellow daisies and forget-me-nots. The bridesmaids. Miss Jane Ferber. Miss Janet Davis, Miss -Eleanor Thomas, this city, and Miss Kathryn Canfield, Detroit, Mich., wore sea pray green marquisette gowns and carried yellow roses, orchid sweet peas, gerbera and delphinium. Charles Warren Schlager, Cleveland, Ohio,, was best man and the usher were Gerard R. Williams, Jr., William MacNamara, Frank P, Christian and Albert E. Doble, Jr this city. After tie reception at the Country Club of Scranton. Mr. and Mrs. Schlager left on a southern motor trip. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Bircher wore champagne silk marquisette and Mrs. Schlager, the bridegroom's mother,' wore black silk marquisette. Mr. and Mrs. Schlager will reside In Hollidays-burg. .The former Miss Bircher is a graduate of Wellesley College and is a member of the Scranton Juhior League, the Junior Centjiry Club and the Wellesley Club. Mr. Schlager, a fxaduate of Pennsylvania State Col-ege. ' is employed bv the Pennsylvania Railroad at Altoona He is a member of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. i The marriage of Miss Mary Ce-snre. daughter of Mr and Mr Jos Nsvy Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration ! Does not ' rot dresses, does not irtitite skin. Z- Nowimngtodry.Cinbeused right after shaving, Instantly stops perspiration ' tor 1 to) days. Remove odor nom perspiratioa 4 Apure,white.greselei, stainless finishing; cresm, S Arrtd hss been twirded the ApprovalScal of the American Institutt of Laundering for i being harmless to fabrics. Women use more Arrld than any other deodorant. Try a jar today I nnum L. SCHLAGER eph Cesare, Peckvllle, to William Smith. 310 Beddoe court, this city, took place Saturday morning at 9 oclock in St Marys Assumption Church, Jessup. Rev. George Cana-hon officiated. The bride wore a white slipper satin gown, a fingertip length veil arranged from a cluster of gardenias, and sh carried white roses and valley lilies. Miss Ro-mayne Sollaml maid of honor, wore a pink taffeta gown, a soulder length veil of blue illusion and earned roses, sweet peas and baby breath. John Burke w-as best man. After a reception and dinner at the brides home Mr. j and Mrs. Smith left for New York. They will reside at 912 Falrview street Peckville. Miss Marion Orlando, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Messina, 214 South Apple street, Dunmore, was married Saturday morning in St Anthony's Church, Dunmore, to Peter Kesigno, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Resigno, 2310 Ash street. Rev. William Crotti officiated. The bride's gown was of white silk marquisette with Inserts of lace and her tiered veil of illusion fell from a coronet of white roses. She carried orchids and gardenias. Miss Nettie Massuto, maid of honor; wore a blue chiffon gown and Muss Sarah Santoro and Miss Grace Messina, bridesmaids, wore pink, chiffon gowns. All the attendants wore hats to match their gowns and carried roses and sweet peas. Carmine Santola. Mount Vernon, N. Y was best man and Geno Santi, Shick-ahlnny, and Marco Resigno, brother ef the bridegroom, were ushers. After dinner snd a reception at Washington Hall, Dunmore, Mr. and Mrs. Resigno left for the New England states. CUT FARE FOR SERVICE IN On and after May, the personnel of the - Untied States army, navy, marine corps and coast guard, also cadets at West Point Academy and midshipmen at the Naval Academy, Annapolis, will be privileged to purchase roundtrip coach tickets on the basis of m cents per mile on all eastern railroads, including the Delaware, Lockawanan and Western Railroad Company. The only stipulation is that members of the service must be In uniform and must present furlough fare certificates issued by their commanding officers when they purchase tickets. John L Van Wie. Scranton division paskenger agent of the D, L Sc W said today the reduced fares will apply to service men on weekend leaves ' is well as those with more extended furloughs. The reduced rates will be in effect until Oct. 31 andt tickets will b limited to thirty days. They will apply from all stations to any destination in the United States. T China has established an import monopoly on maps. . Oh Hair-Styles That Bloom In the -Spring Tra, La! Yet, Indeed, madarae, and the very newest end most attractive you will find at JOANS. Let one of oar beauty experta get yon In tep.wlth Spring! SPECIAL! Reconditioned Oil Permanent $250 Kf.U AH Work Cailer th Ferooaal Supervleloe of Jean." Coninlt one of JOANS epecial-iita en Hair Coloring and Scalp Froblema. Clairol Hair Dyeing, Parker llerbex Scalp Treatment. 439 Sprue St., Scranton Phone 3-4680 Open 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. rrert At JOANS all thli rntti month! A dlag- boI on your scalp and hair problems by a Parker llerbex Specialist. Call 3-4680 For Tour Appointment. MRS. WILLIAM SMITH MRS. PETER KEN IUNO TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY Or 1 AND 4 UNIT WILL BE CELEBRATED THIS EVENING IN BLUE LANTERN. Salon 130, 8 and 40, of which Mrs. Leland C. Rogers is chapeau, will celebrate its tweltfth birthday anniversary with a dinner at the Blue Lantern Restaurant this evening at 7 o'clock. , The affair, which will be Informal, is for members only. Mrs. William Owens, activities chairman, is in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Moran and Mrs. William Dittneld. A program of entertainment will be featured. Salon 130 is composed of members from the various legion auxiliary units in Lackawanna. county and is organized primarily for service to the legion and its auihary and for child welfare, stressing tuberculosis prevention. WELSH DODD IB- Mrs. William Pritchard if in charge of arrangements for the annual banquet of the Welsh Women'a Society of Lackawanna County tonight at 6 30 o'clock at Hotel Jermyn. Mr. Stanley Evans, president, will welcome the guests snd Mrs. Osborne TUchards, program chairman, will be toastmaster. Mrs. William E. Jones is m charge of the musical program. Davis Jenkins will lead the community singing with Mrs. Alfred W illlams at the piano. Miss Frances Purrlv. director of nursing education When work at homo i tiros... pau.se-and I 4 Mb5 1 ,pmlf :6S WOMAN'S Ai ZBs f I NTERESTSl Mrs. A. Blair Platt, president of the Scranton Junior League, will be hostess at her home in Waverly for a luncheon meeting of the cast of the leagues Childrens Theater and the advisory committee for next year on Friday afternoon. Women of WestMinster Presbyterian Church will meet for all dav sewing tomorrow from 10 to 4 o'clock at th church. Those attending are asked to provide sandwiches. Tea will be served. The Worthy Matrons Club of 1940-41, Order of Eastern Star, will entertain husbands of the members at dinner Wednesday evening at 8 30 oclock at the home of Mrs. France Burdick, 14 Canaan street, Carbon-dale. Cards will be played following the dinner. The Young Women's Guild of Westminster Presbvterian Church will join with Lackawanna Presbytery women for its meeting tomorrow evening at Washburn Street Presbyterian Church. Supper will be served at 8 oclock for which reservations may be made with Mrs. W. C. Carter or Miss Bessie MacMurtrie. Miss Mary Bischoff, of Canton, China, will speak. Mrs. John Regal, chairman of the membership committee of the Ladies Auxiliary to Koch-Conley Post, will meet with members of her committee,, captains and teams in the membership drive, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Legion home. Since the May meeting of the auxiliary has been changed from May 13 to May 6 it will be necessary to close the membership drive at a date earlier than was originally planned. Arrangements to complete tfie work will be made at the meeting tomorrow. The annual tea ot the Agnes Rome Missionary Auxiliary of Washburn Street Presbyterian Church will be held at the church on Tuesday, May 13. at 8 oclock. Mrs. Charles Lewis, who is home from China on furlough, will be the guest speaker. Miss Olive Plowright, president, .will be in charge and Mrs. William Merwin will introduce the speaker. Miss Dorothy Ace is in charge of decorations and the dining room. DeMolay Mothers' Auxiliary to Crusade Chapter met Saturday evening m Masonic Temple with Mrs. J. Rexford Johler, president presiding. New members were received and a May social committee was named consisting of Mrs. John Koch, chairman, Mesdames Howard McCormack, F. J. Schillow, Albert Lamm. David Thomas, Grace Smith and Ella Madison. A social hour followed the business session with Mrs. Delbert Paige in charge of refreshments, assisted by the April birthday hostesses Mesdames Charles Ettinger, B. B. SheartJ and J. R. Butler. Cana Shrine. Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem, has completed plana for a card party to be held tomorrow evening in the rooms of the Scranton-Spnng Brook building. Cards and other games will be played. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments served.. The public Is invited. The twelfth birthday anniversary of Salon 130, 8 and 40, will be celebrated with a- dinner at the Blue Lantern tonight at 7 oclock. Mrs. William E. Owens is in charge of arrangements. assisted by Mrs William Dittifield and Mrs. Joseph Moran. Miss Elaine Hope, daughter of George H. Hope, of Monsev avenue, a student at the Women's College of f Continued on Pape 15) A Ice-cold Coca-Cola It refreshment at Its best. ' 1 It leaves you with a happy, refreshed feel- j Ing. It is pure, wholesome and delidou . . . the drink' for home refreshment. So when you ) pause throughout the day, make It th pause that refreshes with Ice BOTO.EQ UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY SCRANTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ! HAS ROLE IN COM i 4 ! !- ! : MARITA GROGAN Miss Marita Grogan portrays th' character of Ellen Leighton n Tish, a three-act comedy to b given Thursday evening. May 1. b: the Scranton Group Theater a Weston Field. Others in the cast are: Mollle Mil ler Sloan, Mary E. Evans, Doroth; Evans Kunuth, Edna Doney, Gili Dunn, Lubov Gambal, Leo Bolam Agnes Williams, Tom Todd Jone' Laurence Steier, Neal Blackne) and Ann Dougherty. A. i .p. RETAIL STORE CLERKS GRANTED FIVE-DAY WORK WEE New York, April 28 UP). Sevf thousand retail employes of tt Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Con panys eastern division will go o a five-day week beginning Rlay 1 Company President John A. Han ford announced today. Full-time clerks, butcher workme and store managers will be affecte by the move, which will cover som stores in New York, New Jersc and Connecticut, and which prr vide for a forty-eight-hour week, cut of six hours. Salaries will r main the same as for the present (it day, flfty-four-hour week. The stores will operate six days week. PARENT-TEACHEB ACTIVITIES A leadership conference for P ent-Teacher Association worke and members of executive commr tees of all schools will take plar tomorrow afternoon at 2 30 oclor in the Chamber of Commerce bulk ing. Dr. Glynnwood Grace, a membe of the state dental division of tit Public Health Department. Harm burg, will be the speaker at tH meeting of the city council. P.-T. A to be held tonight at 8 o'clock in thf Chamber of Commerce building. I will have for his theme Dent, Protection to. Public Health." D. John H. Dyer, superintendent ( Scranton public schools, will ak I be a speaker. v; - cold Coca-Cola. 3-H At all afi8 telllM talUrt (ala Am I0aajf9 Jan) ID CSEEX JUDGE ITRE1CT . H. RtITEIAHL, Ugm. I

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