Sunday News from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on November 2, 1952 · 2
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2Y 8 THE SUNDAY NEWS. NOVEMBER 2, 1952 YORK SOCIAL NEWS YJC Girls Unit To Work With WAGs Will Form New Group YORK, Nov. 1 A student-elected and empowered committee from women students at York Junior College will be used as the link through which suggestions and questions will pass to the womans advisory group established to act as dean for the women. The WAGS end the women students decided upon this method of operation In informal discussion of the mechanics of organization at a tea this week In thp home of Mrs. W. G. Higgins. WAGS secretary. A meeting will be held Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Robert Rcid-er. 2201 E. Market St At 10 a. m. for discussion of plans for monthly programs to be held for the women students. The tea. from 3 to ( p. m, was attended by college women and student nurses from York Hospital who also attend classes at the school. The attendance at the tea showed student -enthusiasm for the new plan in deans of women. Hopes of the group, working in joint meetings of the 15 WACS and the student committee yet to be formed include equipping of a room at the college where women may relax between classes or rest when they become ill at school. The students have also expressed a desire to hold a fashion show and to witness cultural and informative programs. Mrs. Howard Campbell, president of the advisory group states that the Tuesday meeting is by no means intended to interfere with members duty to vote, but will get them out of their homes early enough to he in the early morning voting group, before the 10 a. m. meeting. Needlework Guild Plans Ingathering Young Womans Club Plans Special Event YORK, Nov. 1 The Needlework Guild, a charity for cnari-ties, will hold its 51st annual ingathering of new clothing and linens at Zion Lutheran Church, 36 S Duke St., Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. i An open house for display of the articles will be held at t h e'fraudulant medium In New York church Tuesday and Wednesday, when she was working as a private according to Mrs. J. Alfred detective. Miss Mackenberg has Hamme, president of the Guild.) been engaged In the exposing of The workers plan to collect about fakes since that time. 7.000 garments in Pans exactly) she has been the subject of mag-, , alike. These new garments will benzine articles and has exposed distributed to welfare agencies faxes for Chambers of Commerce, , -4 upon request and to individuals! newspapers, civic organizations and who have made requests and been! courts of law YORK, Nov. 1 Demonstration of tactics used in exposing' spirit mediums who fleece a gullible public will be the theme of a performance by Miss Rose Mackenberg before members of the Young Womans Club of York in the Woman's Club auditorium at 8 p. m. Monday. An associate of Harry Houdini' - ' 'i 2 er I vns ? - !' - 00 A 9 Jk Xr CONFER AT TEA Members of the newly formed Women's Advisory Group to act as dean of women for York Junior College, discuss the plan with students at a tea in the home of Mrs. W. G. Higgins this week. From left are the hostess, Mrs. Higgins, Mrs. Is. hZ-Yflf- -A . j M Robert Reider, Miss Susan Scoville, York Junior College student; Miss Shirley Ann Miller and Miss Anna Mary Stine, student nurses from York Hospital; also enrolled at the colleqe, and WAGs president, Mrs. Howard D. Campbell. (Sunday News Photo) HANOVER, Nov. 1 Miss Pearl E. Frey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Women members of the eoIlegejOlivep H. Frey, Hanover R3, be-board of directors also were guests came,the bride of Pvt. Frederick E. at the tea at which board members Mrs. William D. Kirkpatrick. Mrs William McClellan and Mrs. J. Keflneth Stallman poured. .SOCIETY PLANS DANCE YORK, Nov. 1 Mrs. Joseph H. Perry III. chairman, and Mrs. Vincent Kehm, co-chairman, called. meeting Saturday of the dinner dance committee for the Medi-ral Society Auxiliarys fete to he held at the Lincoln Woods Inn Nov. 22.- The meeting was held In the home of Mrs. Phillip H. Minnlch, 2 Hill St. Mrs. Minnich is chairman of the orchestra committee. Mrs. H. B. Thomas, auxiliary publicity chairman, reported that progress was made in planning for the danre. . Pearl E; Frey Clubwo m e n Is Married To See Color Film On Spain YORK, Nov. 1 Artist, photographer and world traveler Alfred Home at 7.45 p. m. to elect officers Wolff will present colored motion for their new organization, pictures and commentary on Spain On the agenda for the meeting Officiating at the ceremony 'Inlto the Womans Club of York at a are aIs0 collection of membership Bethel Reformed Church. Smiths'meeting Friday at 2 p. m. In the cards and dues to be sent to the Wentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Wentz, Spring Grove R3, at 3 30 p. m Saturday. Miss Hoke Is Wed To Lt. Shatter Station, was the Rev. Harvey M. Light. Mrs. Stewart Wagner was matron of honor for the bride, and Stew'art Wagner was best man for the groom. The bride carried a white orchid. A reception followed the ceremony in .the home of the bride's parents 'where the couple will reside. The bride is a graduate of Hanover High School, and the groom, of Spring Grove High School. He is now stationed at In-dlantown Gap Military Reservation and is attending Combat Engineering Leadership Training School there, - COLE Met Bast GAS-FIRED HEATERS GAS HEATERS AS LOW AS x $49.00 Also 1 4 OIL AND COAL H. H. Haugh Furniture OPEN .EVENINGS 28 South Pershing YORK club auditorium. Wolff, a former naval aviator, has just returned from Spain with his pictures of Granada, Seville. Toledo, Cordoba, Valencia and Covadonga. He will show the home and garden of the painter El Greco together with some of the famous El Greco paintings. His pictures include views of Spanish architecture, old cathedrals, paintings by Goya and Val-esquez, the birthplace of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, the Spanish home of Chopin with his piano, Spanish arts and crafts, Moorish mosques, colorful gypsy dancing and a bull fight His presentation,' title This Is Spain," was arranged for by pro gram chairman Mrs. Paul Koenig of Spring Grove. Ushers for the meeting will be Mrs. Charles Dutrow and Mrs. Helen Dell Alba. At a meeting Friday in the Woman's Club auditorium, Mrs. James S. Butler took charge of a program railed Bringing the Garden HANOVER, Nov. 1-St. Matthews Lutheran Church was the setting for the nuptials of Miss Jacqueline Snyder Hoke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J," Russell Hoke, parent group, Cosmopolitan As- Middle St., and Second Lt. soriation Inc., and discussion of a possible Christmas party. Women who have attended either of the previous meetings of the groups are urged to attend this all-important election meeting. It Is expected that three war brides from Lancaster will attend the Wednpsdav meeting, according to Mrs. Philip Hartman, club member. The Lancaster women were members of a group of war brides cleared through the Social Service exchange. Many of the articles will go to local hospitals, the York Nursery School, cerebral palsey and cancer societies. All the garments gathered in York will be used in the county. , The Guild is an international organization founded about 70 years ago in Wales after a disastrous file. In England the group is called Queen Marys Guild and is administered to the Queens charities. The reason for requiring two articles of clothing or linen exactly alike is the groups slogan, One to wear and one to wash, based upon the fact that needy persons should be enabled to have at least one alternate wardrobe. The Needlework Guild is open to anjone who wishes to contribute two articles each year, says Mrs. Norbert Neuman, publicity chairman for the ingathering. Her talk -and demonstration will Include audience participation in experiments in blindfold vision, message reading from a sealed envelope and a seance with ectoplasmic figures. Donations by Young Womens Club members for the annual packing of Thanksgiving baskets will be accepted at the Monday meeting according to Thanksgiving basket chairman Mrs. Daniel N. Peterman. The group gets together baskets for five needy families whose names they obtain from the VNA each year. They then pack canned goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, and meats donated by members and bought with treasury funds. The baskets will be delivered before Thanksgiving by committee members Mrs. Wilson Robinson, Mrs. Henry Wolfe and Mrs. Peterman The Young Women's Club will dispense with the December meeting to hold a Christmas dance, Dec. 5. James Wallace Shaner, Highland Avenue, son of Frank Shaner, Dallas, Texas. The pastor, the Rev. Dr. Harry H. Beidleman, officiated at the single ring ceremony conducted at projectare Mrs"' Alice mer! enter 4 p. m. this afternoon. J. Herbert tainment; Mrs. Dorothy Blevins, Stewartstown BPW Plans County Fair STEWARTSTOWN, Nov. 1 Business and Professional Women of Stewartstown are planning to hold a County Fair" at the Stewartstown auditorium Saturday, Nov. 22. afternoon and evening. Plans were discussed at a meeting in Norris Restaurant this week. Mrs. Maude Kunkie, treasurer of the club, was named general chairman for the event. The group plans to include entertainment and prizes for baked goods in the County Fair program. 1 Committee heads named for the Nurses Assoc . Plans Program YORK, Nov. 1 The York County Nurses Association will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the new nurses home at the York Hospital. At the meeting they will hear Mrs. Carl Fenninger Jr., chairman of nurses recruitment for the defense blood program of the Red Cross. Mrs. Fenninger will speak on the blood program and a motion pic-turf, There Is No Substitute, will be "shown. A slate of officers to be elected at the ensuing meeting will be read during the business session. 1 MISS ROSE MACKENBERG YW Club Plans Book Review YORK, Nov. 1 Mrs. Philip Smy-ser will review the book. "Bradford of Plymouth" . by Bradford Smith before the Married Womans Club of the YWCA Thursday at a covered dish luncheon. The luncheon is scheduled for 1 p, nt. at the YWCA. According to Mrs. Smyser, the book is a biography of William Bradford, leader of the young Plymouth colony for 36 years after the death of its first governor one year after the landing on Plymouth Rock. The book's author is a direct descendant of William Bradford. The Married Woman's Club is also furthering plans for the annual Holiday Mart under chairmanship of Mrs. George R. Wachter, It will beheld Nov. 20. Springer, church organist, played the traditional wedding music. Escorted by her father, the bride in their own city which has been ... disbanded. They plan to join the,had as her mald of honor Mlss York group. . Marilyn Jane Hanley, Rochester, Following the election and other business, refreshments will be served and women will continue their process of getting acquainted. Hanover Pair Is Married TRULY DISTINCTIVE JEWELRY FOR YOU Your personal Idea for Jewelry can become a reality. Let us help you create a truly distinctive piece of Jewelry. HANOVER, Nov. 1 Miss Sara , . ., .. , . , ., . 1 Ellen Good, daughter of Mr. and Indoors. It consisted of ideas for Mrs clair R Good 419 Frederick things to be done in a garden in gt and jevin Burnell Musselman, the fail season and examples of ' f Mr and M Nevin B. Mus-gardens for all seasons. Herbs and selman 34 w Mlddle st, were dried arrangements were on display and demonstrations were given. The program also Included ideas on feeding of birds in the winter. Guest soloist Edith V. Winter. graduate of Westminster Choir Col-i ilege. sang "In Mv Garden and $ Take Thou This Rose. i I Working with Mrs. Butler who J.was co-chairman for the program were Mrs. Carl R. Mav, Mrs. James D. Black. Mrs. A. P. Disc, Mrs. Rirhard F. Yost, Mrs. Charles B. Helnly and Mrs. H, B. Thomas. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL v This Week Only Nov. 3 -8 Ml Styles $15.95 more zest for living uhen your feet feel good! n O Beineuecqf 51-5 SOUTH GEORGE STREET. TOR, PENNSYLVANIA Weekdays 9 00 5 30 Friday 12 Noon Till 9 30 P. 1L united in marriage at 3 o'clock this afternoon in SL Joseph's Catholic Church. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Assistant Rector,1 the Rev. Louis W. Forgeng. The bride's sister. Mrs. Robert James. 240 Locust St was her at-1 tendant and Lawrence Myers, 514 High St , served as best man. Mrs. Musselman attended Eich-' elberger Senior High School and is employed by the Leader store 1 The groom is a student at Eichel-berger Senior High. The couple will make their home for the present with the brides parents. STUDENTS INSURANCE YORK, Nov. 1 For the first time in this area, a broad cover- YORK, Nov. 1-Monday evening LeLnlUJ'.an"f,,i1ia". isfb7" at the Dallastown Auditorium, Ron,Ld J" th? c! ! f th S th aid Beckmjer. Ronald Day. Edwin ,h Fischer, Donald Gilmore and JackLfr a ff a, I il . n .. child can be protected in caa of Myeis, all members of the Conti-accidpnt tQ from Mhool at school, while participating in N. Y. Stewart C. Hoffheins, Hanover, served as best man and the ushers were Philip Bange, uncle of the bridegroom, and James Stauffer. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Hotel Richard McAllister, with the couple then leaving on a wedding trip. The bride is a graduate of Eicb elberger Senior High School and Wilson College, Chambersburg. Lt. Shaner is a graduate of McDonogh School, Gettysburg College and of the Officers Candidate School, Fort Bennings, Ga. The couple will reside at Camp Breckenridge, Ky., where the groom is serving with the Army. baked goods; Mrs. Jessie Coover, white elephants and plants; Mrs. Emma McCleary, fish pond; , Mrs. Ethel Norris, snack bar; Miss Beatrice Trout, shooting gallerv; and Miss Trout and Mrs, Irene Wallace, advertising. There will also be a fortune telling booth and rides for the children, The BPWC will meet Nov. 10 for a program under direction of the Finance committee of which Mrs. Norris is chairman. CLASS HAS-REUNION YORK, Nov. 1 The first reunion of 1917 graduates of Manchester High School was held Saturday evening at a dinner at the Homestead Inn. Ten of the original 14 graduates attended. Ellis Wam-baugh, chairman for the reunion reported that Scott Knaub, principal of the high school in 1917 and Harvey Becker, a former teacher, were guests of the class. ROTARY PLANS MUSICAL i YORK, Nov. 1 Rotary Chorus will present a musical program at its next meeting at noon Wednesday at the Hotel Yorktowne. Otis Morse will serve as narrator, with soloists from the chorus. Also included will be the favorite song of the club, the result of a recent poll of membership. 1 Chocolate Marshmallow SPECIAL FOR NOV. and Butterscotch Vanilla FEDERS NEWS SHOP 357 S. George .York, Pa. YOU ARE NEVER TOO LATE 124-126 N. George St., York all school activities and all sports except football. , nental Chapter, Order of De Molay, will have the Degree of Chivalry conferred upon them, it was announced this week by chapter members. At the same time, John Knaub bined degrees will be conferred by and Arthur Grim, De MolayWtlbur Minich, advisor to Pilgrim "dads," will be given the Legion Chapter, Harrisburg, with the aid of Honor Degree, the highest hon-jof Continentals Chevaliers and or given to a De Molav. The com- Legion of Honor men. If It's Delicious Bon-Bons Or Assorted Chocolates To Suit Your Taste, You Will Find It At White Rose Candy Shop 144 SOUTH CEORCE YORK, PENNA. Inspirational Furs . . . A SOUND INVESTMENT The finest quality furs . . , notable for their beauty of design and infallible workmanship , . , repreent an imestment that is really sound. You caA't go wrong by seleeting Inspirational Furs by Andes . , . their breathtaking hnelines and supreme quality give you outstanding returns from eserv dollar you inetf Come see them! Black &.Grey Caracul Coats . . . .8289 ailfl $o89 Natural Wild or Ranch Mink , . Paw Coat 8789 and $o89 (Tax Included) 237 EAST MARKET STREET, YORK Dailv 9:30 to 5:30 Fridas til 9 P. M. in 1847 this was an underskirt but look at underskirts today crisp black taffeta sprinkled with woven dots in red or blue to match the underskirt of pleated nylon net, junior sizes THE FABRIC SHOP 169 East Market SL

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