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a a a a a a a a man INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE, INDIANA, PI THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, SOCIETY Mrs. Waldo Travels To Marshall Islands Mrs. R. Waldo, daughter of: Mr. and Mrs.

Frank Noble of 103. Chestnut street left Indiana July 8 and arrived July 18 at Kwajavein, Marshall Islands. She made the trip by plane with stops at san Francisco, Hawaii, and Johnson It required 36 hours to cover the entire trip. Mrs. Waldo joined her Dr.

R. F. Waldo, "who is a flight surgeon at the United States Naval Station. Dr. Waldo served as house physician for two years at the Indiana Hospita: and is well-known here.

Visitors In Homer City Alex Buntin Atlanta, Georgia and grandson, Jimmy Bier of Jacksonville, Florida are visiting with Mr. Buntin's mother, Mra. George Buntin and two sisters, Mrs. George Keagle and Gene tin of Homer City. They had spent 8 week with Mr.

Buntin's brotherin-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Burgin at Pine Grove, Fulers Lake, before arriving in Homer City last Monday. Alex and Jimmy will leave for Jacksonville, Florida, Friday. Leave For Silver Lake Mrs.

Harry Canfleld and' daughter Cindy, of 923 Church, street will leave Fridpy for Silver Lake, New York, to spend their vacation. WDAD Art Broadcast Due to conflicting schedules, the the Artist" show scheduled for August 4, will be heard on WDAD Monday, August 10, at 10:45 p.m. Mrs. Hayden Harris will Interview Bert Elkin, who will discuss his paintings now on exhibit in Dining Room. These Art Association programs will be heard the second Monday; of each month over WDAD and will feature the artist of the month, Hospital Patient GERACIA Harry Lee Geracia, nephew of Mr.

and Mrs. Harry Bigley of 234 Clyiner avenue, is a patient in the Indiana Hospital, where he will undergo surgery on Friday for an incisional ruptura. He would appreclate hearing from his friends. Guests Here Mr. and Mrs.

Monte Tillif and children and John of Bartow. Florida will arrive in Indiana today. Mr. Tilt spend the weekend here returning South to spend two weeks 'n camp at Augusta, Georgia. Mrs.

Tillit and children will be Tue ste of Mrs. Tillif's mother, Mrs. Samuel Rinn and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cloid Rinn, for wo weeks.

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Has slustrate instructions. live cents coins add cents tor you wind ANNE ADAME Gasette. Want 17tb Prims plainly ADDRESS with SONS NUMBER BRADLEY ENTERTAINS SUCCESSOR GEN. OMAR BRADLEY (right), outgoing Joint Chiefs of Staff chair. man, and Mra, Bradley (left) are shown at their Fort Myer, residence with Adm.

Arthur Radford, new chairman, and Mrs. ford at reception Bradley gave for Redford, (International) COMING EVENTS Marion Center M.Y.F. The Marion Center Youth Fellowship will sponsor Service Sunday evening, August 9. at 7:45 p.m. at Musser's Lake on route' 119.

Rev. Kenneth Conant of the Brush Valley Methodist Church will be a guest speaker, Special must cal selections will on the program, Take blankets to sit on durthe service. Dunlap Reunion The Dunlaps' annual reunion will. be held Saturday, August 15 at the Marion Center Park. Plenty of room indoors if the weather is bad; come and enjoy the day.

County Hymn Sing The' Indiana County Hymn Sing. Association will hold its monthly hymn sing at the Presbyterian Chuch in Rossiter Sunday, August 9, starting promptly at 2 p.m. ID.S.T. Books for congregational singing will be supplied, Everybody is welcome to come and sing with and for the association. Y.

T. C. Rally The Indiana County Youth Temperance Council will hold a rally, Monday evening, August 10, at 8 p.m. at the Purchase Line Academy, 18 miles north of Indiana on Route 80. Rev.

Hauser of Dilltown will be the speaker. Other county and state officers will be present. Eats -and a good time for all young people attending. Rummage and Antique Dish Sale friends. On Saturday, August 8, in the Community Center building, a sale will be held.

Rummage and children's clothing, also antique dishes -Circle 4. Indiana W.C.T.U. The regular meeting of the Indiana W.C.T.U, will NOT be held August 10, but instead 8 family picnic will be held at the Mack Community Center August 17, at 6 p.m. Mrs. Howard Tomb will duct devotions and members of the "Two Blind Is Lively Lampoon of Washington Bureaucracy "Two Blind Mice," the Broadway romedy hit by Samuel Spewack, 1s the lively lampoon of Washington bureaucracy which Summer Guild plays again tonight at 0:30 at the Fisher Auditorium on: the college campus in Indiana and continues for three performances through Saturday, August 8.

The "mice" in Mr. Spewack's, zany frolic are two dizzy elderly! 'ladles who continue to conduct a governmental bureau several years, after it has been officially abolished. Before a resourceful newspaperman who comer to their aid runs the gamut in practical joking, the State Department, Army, Navy and Air Force are dragged into a colossal hoax, and the two old ladles! get Invited to tea at the White House and decorated by the government. Also involved in the hilarious ceedings are a young woman who gives rhumba lessons in room next to the ladies' office, a colored man who operates a cleaning-andpressing establishment in the basement, and a couple in the upstairs rooms who are about to have a baby, Ruth Neal and Dorothy Barton are seen in the title roles in the tion Summer of "Two Theater Brind Guild's producing Mice," and Noam Pitlik will be seen as their whimsical volunteer help-mate. Kenneth Walker, Victor thorne, Joseph Sasway and Edward servers Langhans who will play struggle the official ob- unhappily to write reports to their superiors explaining just what is happening in the lost bureau.

Other roles have been assigned to Roger Evans, Jean Carter, Edward Teichert, Anita Pifer, Carol Thompson, Robert Megill, Joseph Gorman, Reynolds, Jullus Bayard Leary, Sumner Spizzirri, Krisak. Bartley McKee were Punxsutawney shoppers last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burns and.

sons Jimmy and Eddy attended the Allshuuse reunion on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and; daughters of Avella, Washington county, attended the of Ernest's cousin Frank Wetzel on Sunday. Mrs. Homer Work who was patient in the Punxsutawney Hospital was able to return to her home last Tuesday.

Visiting In Coalport Mrs. Edward Bratton and son Timmy are spending this in Coalport visiting among Birthdays August 6 Chris Butterworth Mrs. Cora B. Cooper Poach fish fillets and serve with a shrimp sauce. Make the sauce by diluting thick white sauce with a little cream and cooking sherry; dice cooked shrimp and heat gently.

committee. for the picnic are as follows: Mrs. John Everett, Mrs. Marle Revie, terson, Mrs. E.

J. Klingensmith, Lowry and Mrs. Ida Galley. Members please take a covereder dish, sandwiches. and table service for your own family.

Chartered Bus A bus being chartered for Rev. Jack Coe's Evangelistic and healling meeting at Pittsburgh; Saturday, August 8. information, phone IN5-8684 or CL4 4738. Coe can be neard over radio. station WPIT, 750 on the dial, Monday through Friday, at 10:30 a.m.

Society of Christian Service The regular meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service the First Methodist Church will held at 7:30 tonight in the church parlor. The Prayer Circle will meet 15 p.m. in the Chapel. Johnston Reunion The 22nd annual reunion of the (John A. Johnston clan will be held at the Mack Community Center, Indiana, August 8.

Basket picnic at noon. All friends and relatives are asked to come and make it en enjoyable Flower Workshop The Indiana Flower Garden Club will present its members and friends a Workshop in Flower Arrangement under the of Mrs. William F. 'Lowry Tr. of ure, on August 11, Library, noted television, figthe clubroom at Memorial Hall.

Anyone not contacted desiring to take the course, contact Mrs. Race or Mrs. Boyd Bennett, An opportunity will be given members and friends who will not be able to take he course to hear Mrs. Lowry in her introductory lesson at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday for a nominal fee.

You can improvise a pastry cloth by using a heavy crash towel and rubbing flour into it. Then your dough will not stick, Modern Fabrics Will Simplify Your Home-Decorating Problems Now drapery and alipoover fabrios come in many interesting patterns and motif like the ones shown in the socompany. ing plotures. Stylised pea-pod designs in white on olive green and colorful socalo patterns add life and beauty to that hard-to-decorato room. A Close harmony in another firm teams printed patterns on semi.

sheer casement cloths with match- tect color register. Used to curtain window, the tabric will present as colorful face to the street side as it does to the inside. Five patterns ranging from modern abstract to traditional scenic will be available. Rambler or ranch houses with open floor plans blending one living area into anothor, sparked another collection of and bark cloth patterns With the cor. related designs and colors, you can cling to pasio color throughout the house eves to 100 train motif for Johnny's room.

Cas of the designs, which looks Mike pes pods to me, shows up printed in reverse colors on semisheer rayon casement cloth. Colors are muted -DE the most part and motifs are seat an' sharply detined. Penn State Seminar For Science Ends STATE COLLEGE Orientation in philosophy and theology is important for science teachers orientation in science 18 for tench. ers of the humanities. This is one of six conclusions formed at the close of Seminar on the Teaching of the Natural Sciences in Relation to Religious Concepts at the Pennsylvania State College.

The Seminar was sponsored the college in cooperation with the Danforth Foundation, to provide an upportunity for leaders discuss the belief of some persons that people give up moral, ethical, and religious standards and values 88 they acquire knowledge of sciences. Other conclusions formed indicate that there is a gap in commu-ed nication between specialists in ence and religion; that an cal and critical interpretation the Hebrew-Christian drama resolve conflicts between the two (fields; that emphasis on the origins of culture in teaching leads to. a sided view of contemporary life; that college faculties are to the importance of Christian message; and that ence is capable of reinforcing than tearing down Christian conviction. The conclusions were summarized by E. G.

Stanley Baker, professor and head of the department of zoology at Drew University, Madison, N. one of 30 teachers enrolled for the swo-week program. Dr. William G. Pollard, executive director of the Oak Ridge stitute of Nuclear Studies, leader of the Seminar while Henry S.

Brunner, professor head of the department of agricultural education at Penn State, was chairman of the program. be of, St. Vincent Adds Two To at School Staff LATROBE As part of the development program begun at St. Vincent College and to make possible the additional service to an expanded student body, President Denis O. Strittmatter, today made two significant staff appointments to the college.

Named to a newly-created post of assistant to the dean was Rev. Aelred J. Beck, of Pittsburgh. Also Hastings, and formerly on the faculty at the Latrobe college, was educated at St. Vincent College, and was awarded his master of science degree at the University of Notre Dame.

His return to the faculty permits. the college to offer its first pre-" siring to take advantage of the engineering course to students de tie-in with Notre Dame's School of Engineering. Students enrolled the pre-engineering courses at St. Vincent will study for a period three years and then transter Notre Dame for two years. Upon successful completion of the fiveyear program, the student will be awarded his undergraduate degree from the Latrobe college, as well as his master's degree in engineering from Notre Dame.

appointed was Professor Cyprian Yahner. O.S.B., to the mathematics department. Starting with the semester. Professor Hahner will be teaching mathematics and: ments became effective on mechanical drawing. Both appoint: Rev.

Aeired Beck. son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beck, Pittsburgh, was transferred from the staff of St. Vincent Prep to the college dean's office where he will serve in an administrative capacity.

A graduate of St Vincent College, Rev. Beck is presently studying at the University of Pittsburgh where he is enrolled for his post-graduate degree in education. Professed 88 a Benedictine monk in 1943, Rev. Beck was ordained to the priesthood 'at St. Vincent Archabbey by Bishop Hugh Boyle in 1948.

Professor Yahner, a native of Children Making School Decisions SAN DIEGO Who (speak to the third graders' should bly? Should the kindergarten chilren roller skate in the concrete ares outside the classroom? How while riding on the school bus? should the boys and a girls behave The students it the third through sixto grades at San Diego College Laboratory School decide these problems themselves. It's part of the college plan to educate its 200 pupils in responsibility and to train 160 college students tor teaching. Parents and teachers say the system promotes sell discipline and smooth social adjustment. Report Over 4,000 To Local Boards STATE COLLEGE Mare than 4,000 reports as the status of dents at the Pennsylvaala Stal College were tiled by the with Selective Garvice local boards The collage is required to 1 local boards of each change of stay tus that might change the datermeat all student, Here's Way to Get Your Husband to Take You Out One Year Old Sandra Louse Adamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Wayne Adamson of Creekside R. 1, celebrated her first birthday Sunday, August 2. Sandra Louisa is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spence of Creekside and Mr.

and Mrs. C. E. Adamson of Creekside R.D. 1.

Marion Center Mrs. Mollie Wynkoop, daughter Charlotte of Larimer, daughter Mrs. Mary Case of California, and son and wife, Mr. a and Mrs. Harry Wynkoop and daughter of Beaver Falls were guests of Mrs.

J. C. McCormick and Blair Wynkoop on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Alice Jones entertained at 4 dinner Sunday evening Dr.

and Mrs. J. R. Nielson of Aspinwall, Mr. and Mrs.

A. D. Feeman of Beachview and Mr. Mrs. J.

C. Moore of Marion Center, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burns and daughter of Indiana were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Floyd Braughler on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jamison of Indiana were calling cn friends in town Saturday. Mrs.

Harry Mra. Reese, Mrs. Dick, Fulmer, Richard Phillippi, Mrs. John Bence and son Mrs. Mary McCormick and Mrs.

Herbert Williams r.d son Teddy are spending a few days at Conneaut Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Kinter of Indiana were calling on old friends town on Saturday evening. Mr.

and Mrs. Nelson. Whittaker of Indiana were Marion Center visitors on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs.

Lee Miller of Pitts-1 burgh were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meanor recently. The friends of Wess Meanor will, be sorry to hear he is a in the Aspinwall Veterans Hospital. He underwent a very critical operation last week and at the last report he was getting along as well; as could te expected.

His wite is at his bedside. The Misses and Gertrude, Mrs. James Beatty, Mrs. Mary Stewart, and Mrs. Alice Leopold attended the W.

U. at Washington Clurch last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice of But.

falo spent the past week with Frank's brother, Bud Rice and tamily. Mrs. Sara Flick and daughter Sara Jane of Indiana were Sunday guests of the Pices. Alice Marshall who is employed at Erie spent a few days in her home here Mr. and Mrs.

Doyle McIniston and children of Ind.ana and Mrs. Mary McCormick of town spent a few days at Niagara Falls last week. Pvt. Ernest L. Aul spent Sunday in the home of his parents, and Mrs.

Glen Aul. Ernest is sta. tinned at Fort astis. Vi--inia Mr. and Mrs.

Howard Nelrig and children Nancy and Lonnie of or City spent Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Aul. Frank Wetzel Jr. of Columbus, Ohio, as called home Friday on the death of his ather, Frank Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houck and son Billy were called to Niagara Falls Friday evening. Their son, ard Houck who is employed there was badly burned in the plant where he was working. Mrs.

Harold Hill will entertain the C. I. M. Ciub in her homel Thursday evening. Mr.

and Mrs. Boyd Freedline were visiting friend. in Pittsburgh on Suncay. Jim cre, resident of Marion Center suine 70 years ago and some of his family of Canada were call-: ere in town week one day, asking about old residents. He made calls upon Lloyd McCormick, local druggist, Don Wood, and Har-y Ellis.

Mrs. Floyd Braughler and son Juck left Tuesda morning for Brooksville, Xe tucky, where they will visit for a couple of days with Mr. and Mrs. David Braughler. Rev.

H. J. "1chivitt of Pa. tormer minister of the local Pres. byterian Church.

Ail: preach in the church va Sunday, Sugust 9 at 'I clock, filling the pulpit tor WilLiam Murphy who is away on vacation for the month of August. Mrs. Car' McKee Hossiter wa the guest of her Mother, Mrs. Lena Kinter on Monday. Mrs.

Norman Raybuck and Maybe you're bored with staying at home night after night and you've made up your mind that tonight you and your husband are going out. Well, you don't want tion to the idea, don't use, any of the following methods. A lot of wives use these methods and than wonder why they have such a hard time getting George to go anywhere. Don't begin by feeling sorry for If you start out, "You know been ages since we've gone anywhere in the evening," then your selt-pity will be showing. And your husband will be more anat the self-pity than interestin taking you out.

Don't start out with an accusa-tude may like to sit at home down all day." If you do night atter night, but then you're you'll just hear now tired your hus-is is and how he likes a little at the end of a hard day. Don't try to get him into a general discussion by some remark such as: "I've been thinking that we really ought to get out more often. We're getting into a stayhome all the time." He'll want to know Just what de wrong with staying at home, you know it, he will have convinced himself that Raying every night is the only sible way to live. DON'T BE VAGUEBE POSITIVE Don't. sound vaguely unhappy and dissatisfied.

You will if you start talking about how much tun you used to have and how duf life has been lately. A man doesn't relish the thought of taking out an unhappy woman just to see 1 he can't get rid of her discontent It all of those are wrong ap proaches, then what's a right one! Have a definite plan. Offer enthusiastically so that your atti is simply that there is some place you want very much not just to get away from homes Don't let your nusband think this the first step in a "we-must campaign, bus there is something, interesting you want- to very evening. Make your suggestion positive land see gracious if As you a don't social get invitation, taken where you want to go with no argue Iment. NE Unsightly thighs spoil the appearance of many girls in shorts and bathing suits.

Girl above keeps hers slender and firm with massage unit of pillow type. It operates on electricity, can be adjusted to any depth of massage the user wants, works on any part of the body. There's also hand unit for facials. Wrinkles Hang Out Of Treated Fabrics BY ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor What Is a "crease-resistant" finish? Does it have any real value? These questions are asked by girls who want to get the most for their clothes money, This tinish is intended to overcome cotton's old drawbacks crumpling, mussing, wrinkling. To prevent this wilted look, a processor applies a finish to the fabric, which may be made from linen, wool or other tibers and not just cotton.

This finish, when given by reliable processing firm, really enables these fabrics to recover from wrinkles. You simply hang the up for a rest and the creases out. They'll never be deep the first place. Many kinds of fabrics, chambrays, taffetas, tweeds, and so on, are treated. Don't depend on any salesperson's word for your information.

for 8 hang-tag which gives the manufacturer's name and tells you just what permanence you can expect from the finish, which will be trade-marked, and just how to care for the garment, Tests have proven these fabrics absorb less soil than the same fabrics untreated. They'll also hold less moisture. This makes strenuous washing unnecessary and fast drying a certainty. Pressing, when slightly damp, la easier. Starching is never needed.

You are asked not to use bleach on garments with (this crease-resistant finish. Have your water temperature in accordance with the color-fastness of the tabric. College Teacher Has An Ike Pen STATE COLLEGE 1. C. Lin, supervisor of Aldsi at the Pennsylvania State Collage, is the proud owner of one of the pens used by President Dwight Eisenhower to sign a bill authorize ing special postage rates fox the malting of educational films.

BoerLin executive secretary committee, representing more 60 organizations, which sought the legislation that redused the postage rate to that in tor You don't special molds for selatia salads or desserts: say dish on pas may be used you are making a big or dessert party, works out alesly and gives was Sessions 'At State To End STATE COLLEGE The Main (Summer Session program at the Pennsylvania State College wil close on Friday, Aug. 7, Post-ses sion classes will begin on Monday, Aug. 10, and continue through Fri day, Aug. 28. Parboil eggplant slices, brush with melted butter or margarine, and broil.

Serve with scalloped to matoes (cooked 0" top of the range), and buttered snap beans (for a summer vegetable plate. Net P. 169 old Station. Yorks N. v.

FERN NUMBER, YOU AD and ZONE Do One A Day! 647 by Laura Wheels Embroider one 8 day in just one week you'll have set at raven bright towels for gay gifting, to decorate your kitchen! As as they're pretty! Jittty embroidery! Pattero 647 bas seven embroidery motifs. to inches. Sand TWENTY- FIVE CENTS solas for this patters- add each patters for to Evening Ga. BY KAY SHERWOOD. NRA Staff New drapery and slipcover tabrics make a strong pitch to contemporary home owners with such decorating problems too much window glass to curtain and open floor plans.

Reversible prints, correlated patterns, colors and textures designed to avoid monotony are aimed to, solve these problems. Those cf us in older homes benafit too. Fabrics and motifs are adaptable. Some of the most handsome are priced, I'm happy to 78- port, for the "mass" market, which means you! art me. One of the most interesting tabrice I've seen is the reversihle print on vashable, Fre-shrunk sotton.

The cloth is roller-printed elmultaneously on each side in ing patterns on heavy sailcloth. These can be used 1 side drapes or slipcover material. The sheers! have soft pastel backgrounds, including 4 delicate watery green, as well as white. Nothing muted or delicate about! colors used in another new, tured, drapery cloth. The brightest plaid I saw on my rounds was woven of solution-dyed acetate and flashed a brilliant red, kelly green and chrome yellow, out a ieum of black.

Abunirum toil coats the back of glazed cotton chintz to double and insulator when the chintz is made up into draw drapes. The are pleasantly floral. The material would not only look well at window out would serve to cut down exces. sive draits or screen a room from excessive amounts of burning sun.

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