Altoona Tribune from Altoona, Pennsylvania on March 19, 1937 · Page 5
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Our necessities never equal our wants Franklin. Friday, March 19, 1937 5 The Altoona Tribune Blair County Students Named on Honor Roll Ida Bickley of Williamsburg and Joseph D. Findley of Altoona, both seniors at the Carnegie Institig if Technology, have been named o.i the honor roll for the first semester, according to announcement yesterday by Alan Bright, registrar. Miss Bickley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bickley, 602 Second street, Williamsburg, is enrolled in the department of drama. Findley whose home is at 2106 Second av-nue, this city, is in the department tnd Katherlne Nelson. " how well 1 recall the days and long evenings when I felt tired- -out and looked it." fj1ADED...with a sad looking skin ...no pep! Millions have experienced such a sad situation. . .you may have to face it, too. ' Overwork. . . worry. . .undue strain .colds and other human ills often take their toll of the precious red cells of the blood. Hence a run-down condition... a poor complexion. Be good toyour skinfromwithinand (rour skin will be good to you. Enjoy more pep... more vigor... by taking the S.S.S Tonic treatment. Shortly you will be delighted with the way you will feel... your friends will compliment Fou on the way you will look. S.S.S.Tonic is especially designed to build sturdy health... its remarkable palue is time tried and scientifically proven. . .that's why it makes you feel like yourself again. Available at any rug store. S.S.S. Co. CATCHING Cold?l Full details of the Plan in : I H III ll COME IN AND SEE THESE NEW 1937 SEVERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS and you Will Want one in YOUR Kitchen! ONLY Compare the brilliant styling, the advance features of convenience and economy, the increased capacity, the low operating cost then look at the price tags. ran CENTRAL No Other Dollar Buys As Much As the Dollar You Spend For Public Utility Service. Roosevelt Junior High Sponsors Spring Music Festival Pretty Mary Ella Clouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Clouse, of 303 East Holmes avenue, will Interpret Cro-pin's "Grand Valse Brillante" on the piano tonight at Roosevelt's annual spring concert. She Is a talented pupil of Ophie Wertz-Selders. Secretaries Hold St. Patrick's Party An enjoyable afternoon party was held by the Altoona School for Secretaries in honor of St. Patrick on Wednesday, March 17. Various amusing games were played and several clever skits were presented by the girls of the school. A most delightful feature of the party was the impromptu impersonations ' given by Ruth Briden-stein, Mary Pearce, Franc3 Long, and Kathrine Nelson. A delicious lunch was served by the conrBittee . in charge. , LOVE-REED Mrs. Elsie Reed of 2412 Maple avenue announces the marriage of her daughter, Anne Reed to Andrew Wright Love, of Sewickley, Pa., on Monday, March 8, in Holly, wood, Fla. fAUGHT a Cold? each Vicks Package DOWN nHTn I . A variety musical program interspersed with dance numbers and a pantomime by dramatic students will feature Roosevelt Junior High school's annual spring concert tonight at 8 o'clock in the school auditorium. Nearly 250 talented students wii: participate. , A record attendance of music lovers is expected, Berger Baker, of the music department, announced. Members of the orchestra are: Violins: Harry . Schwartzbart, Verna Mae Ault, Joan DeLeo, Ruth Gibbonjv Mary Louise Gettemy, Marcella Wingert, Mary Elizabeth Musser, John Schatchner and Donald Shoemaker; drums: Hazel Kim-mel and Bobby Zimmers; clarinets: Richard Balthaser, Patsy Lacorel-la, Earl Flicklnger, Robert Caldei-wood, Eugene Houston, Glenn TV gan, George Nicomede; trumpc! James Pittman, Jane Rudisill, Wa lace Quinn, Paul Hettinger, Jamc. Martin, Richard Tyler, Roy Wilson, Eugene Brubaker, James Car-aher, Richard Weakland. Saxophones: Charles Hall, Albert Febbo, Walter Nearhoof, Joseph Sgro, Ward Miller and Eugene Speacht. Piano: Mary Ellla Clouse; horn: Grace Schade; trombones: Jane Schultzabarger and Ned Meredith. , Ninth grade glee club members include: Ann Adams, Edith Adams, Rosetta Bently, Mary Alice Brophy, Gloria Brown, Margaret Cam, Mary Ella Clouse, Jane Daniels, Clementine Galardi, Marjorie Good, Hilda Gruber, Blanche Hancock, Ruth Haverstick, Gloria Heller, Dorothy Jones, Esther Kinsel, Mary Jane McGuire. Evelyn Pryor, Jane Seward, Ethel Sheraw, Doris Benn, Vivian Bigelow, Lorraine Callahan, Helen Cozen, Lillian DeLeo, Josephine Gallace, Jacqueline Gibbons, Evangeline Hare, Janet Helsel, Kathleen Hesser, Kathryn Hesser, Kathryn Luckner, June Lykens, Geraldine Musselman, Stefle Pod-gurski, Betty Jane Shaffer. Mildred Watts, Marcella Wingert, Margaret Yingling, Helen Yost, Mary Elizabeth Musser, Margaret Kimberlin, Eleanor Martella, Genevieve Kehoe Lottie White and Edith Fusco. The Girls glee club directed by Mr. Baker will sing "Now the Day Is Over" with a stage setting of a church scene. The girls will be attired in choir costume. Chime ef-feots will be given by Miss Eleanor Burd. The second number, "By the Waters of Minnetonka," shows the girls appearing as Indian maidens, seated around a camp Are. Organs accompaniment will be played by Miss Burd and Mr. McTavish will give the violin ob-ligato. Members of girls' glee' club are: Madolyn Auman, Mary Campbell, Louise Conner, Rachel Corrado, Ruth Croft, Betty Hanks, Joan Hauser, Harriet Helms, Betty Hoffman, Fern Imler, Lois Kern, Dorothy Koush, June Kraus, Mary Launi, Betty Darr, Mary DeSantes, Myrtle Fagley. Betty Long, Mae McClain, Betty Madden, Dorothy Martin, Charlotte Miller Mary Louise Miller, Dorothy Smith, Jeanne Stoke, Irene Watson, 'Kathleen Williams, Agnes Wolfe, Emily Ziegler and Hazel Brice. Ninth grade girls will sing "A Cake-Shop Romance," Osborne, directed by Miss Beryl Ernest. Members of this club comprise: Ann Aciams, Mary Alice Brophy, Lorraine Callahan, Josephine Gallace, Jacqueline Gibbons, Hilda Gruber, Blanche Hancock, Evangeline Hare, Janet Helsel, Kathleen Hesser, Dorothy Jones, June Lykens, Stefle Podgurski, Evelyn Pryor, Betty Jane States and Helen Yost. A pantomime for "Cake-Shop" dance will be directed by Miss Carolyn V. Cox. The cast includes Jane Pensyl as the bride; Russell Davis, groom and Joe Betz, gingerbread man. Dancers in the specialty number, "Havanna," under the guidance of .Miss Lilly Lutman are Rose Marie DeStephano, Audrey Gleichert, Lena Paciflco and Betty Weidley. A male quartet of Robert Pros-ser, first tenor; Herman Grassi, second tenor; Allen Brumbaugh, baritone and Charles Speacht, bass, will sing "In a Chapel in the Moonlight" and "Love's Old Sweet Song." Mary Pickford of the films and Max Baer of the fighting ring displayed these smiles as they arrived in Southampton, England, after voyage from New lork. .(Associated Press Photo) James Martin (left) and James Pittman (right), two talented young trumpet players of the Roosevelt school band and or-.. chestra, will play the duet "he Donna E Mobile," Verdi, tonight at Roosevelt's annual spring concert. Martin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Martin of 205 Fourth avenue. Pittman, residing at 602 East Walton avenue, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Pittman. Warmth in Quiet Color Scheme .Furniture Selected For Comfort Prepared by the American Home For The Altoona Tribune. Some people have complained that the modern style of furnishing and decoration is cold and un- livable. Here is a living room which proves this need not be true. The color scheme . has been kept JUNIOR AUXILIARY TO MEET The regular meeting of the Junior auxiliary of the Rowan post 228 will be held in. the . Post home Friday night at 7 o'clock. A . safety ' program in keeping with that being conducted by the Legion, will be the feature of the meeting. A representative of the Penn Central Light and Power company will show several sound pictures on "Safety." She was giving an order to the grocer. "And I require some cheese," she said. "Yes, Miss," replied the grocer, smiling' amiably, "I have some lovely cheese.'" "You should not say lovely cheese " said the customer severely. "But why not, miss?It is lovely cheese." "Because," she tried to combine maidenly modesty with an air of learning '"because lovely - should only be used to qualify something that Is alive." The grocer's smile broadened as he glanced at the Gorgaiuoia. - "Well miss," he said, "I'll stick to lovely'." Boston Transcript. Brazil has 22,149- miles of railways within her boundaries. Sr J ft?" m Modernism Achieves Effect typically quiet; ivory walls, inlaid with chromium strips around the bookcases and above the mantel piece, woodwork a trifle darker, a beige carpet, beige and white homespun unholstery, and draperies horizontally striped in white through beige to orange and brown. Note the extremely comfortable sofa and chairs on simple, rectangular lines; the . chromium and glasg coffee table, and the consistently modern accessories such as the sidelights either side of the sticks, and the like. Surely it is a charming version of contemporary living. Modern Etiquette By WANDA GINGRICH Q. In interviewing a servant, what questions should be asked to show his character, and abilities? A. In interviewing a servant, the employer should be careful that he asks the questions "and not the prospective employe. Any servant who begins asking questions be fore he is even sure of his posi tion, is to be doubted from the start. , One way to judge a servant is to give him a brief resume of the dutie3 expected of him, and to notice his reactions. Overeagemess, too great suavity; or an ungracious and surly demeanor are generally to be regarded as danger signs. Having told the servant what is expected from him, one may then inquire into his duties at his pra vious place of employment, look at his references and ask him to tell, if h will, why he left the previous position. One should not overestimate the danger of letting the servant take control of the interview. Beware of talltative applicants. Servants who talk themselves into positions have a tendency to talk themselves out or them. Whenever possible, one should contact the previous employer to make further inquiries. Smart Easter FOOTWEAR At Budget Prices .$1.99 $2 BUDGET SHOE SHOPPE 1329 Eleventh Ave. Jr. Hadassah Will Sponsor Services The annual services conducted by members of the Junior Hadassah at the Agudath Achlm sisterhood, will be held tomorrow night in the synagogue. The purpose of the meeting is to bring together the young and old members. The program will include the ' .ocation by Zelda Weeler, the Keddush by Florence Patt, who is a member of the Young Judea club sponsored -bv Junior Hadassah, and songs under the direction of Miss Sonia Klatzen. Miss Goldie Lasser, president of Junior Hadassah will deliver the sermon on the subject, "What the American Jewish Woman Can Do for Adult Jewish Education." Following the services, refresh ments will be served by the following members: Sylvia" Kline, chairman, Minnie Wolfberg, Helen Savitz, Miriam Isaacson, Jennie Karasek, Libby Magdowitz, Ann Weiner, Ruth Koff Mrs. Phil Marcus, Ann Ruttenberg, Mary Brozgal, Sylvia Cohen, Edna Myers, Sylvia Klevan, Gita Glesser, Ann Colbus, Ruth Shulman and Ann Petrick. Members of all Zionist organizations in the city are urged to attend the services. By LOUISE BENNETT WEAVER INFORMAL BUFFET SUPPER Menu Serving Eigh(. Sliced Baked Ham (Hot) Pickle Relish Sour Cream Potato Salad Cheese Biscuits Celery Ripe Olives Current Preserves Pineapple Ice-Box Cake Coffee Sour Cream Potato Salad 4 cups diced cooked potatoes 1-3 cup Vinegar 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons minced plmientos 2 tablespoons minced parsley 1-4 cup minced onions 1-4 cup diced celery 1-4 cup minced dill pickles 1-2 teaspoon salt 1-4 teaspoon paprika 1 cup thick sour cream 1-3 cup crisp chopped cooked bacdn Mix the ingredients with a fork. ChiM. Serve in a large bowl lined with crisp lettuce or other salad green. Cheese Biscuits (Square-Shaped) 3 cups pastry flour 6 teaspoons baking power 2-3 teaspoon salt I- 2 cup grated cheese . 4 tablespoon butter . 2 tablespoons lard II- 4 cups milk " Mix the flour with the baking powder, salt and cheese. Using a knife, cut in the butter and lard. Mixing with the knife, slowly add the milk until a soft dough forms. Pat it out until it is half an inch thick. Cut into one and one half inch squares. Bake 10 minutes on a greased baking sheet in a mod-ate oven. Serve hot with butter. Another Buffet Supper Menu Shrimps And Crab A La King Asparagus Salad Rolls Plum Conserve Orange Sherbet Sponge Cake Coffee Slated Nuts Egg whites will not beat up fluffy and light if they are placed in anything besides a cold bowl or if there is any egg yolk or water in them. The egg beater should be dry, perfectly clean and cool. It is often a good plan to place the bowl of egg whites and the beater in the refrigerator for 10 minutes before beating the eggs. A. H. S. Faculty Member Addresses Secretaries James Mathers of the Altopna High School faculty addressed the students of the Altoona School for Secretaries, Wednesday, March 17. Mr. Mathers discussed various types of insurance in detail after which . the . girls asked questions. He gave extremely useful advice concerting the various policies and warned the girlg against the hasty choice of policies, stressing the point that all should be read carefully. FAVORITE MATERIALS Fine Gabardine All Patent Gabardine and ' Patent Kid or Calf Soft Doeskins ALL THE NEW COLORS Blue Grey Green Black Beige Brown Thistli Bright Colors - 4 JO" Opposite Gable's MENUS Of the Day ST. PATRICK'S PARTY HELD BY A. O. H. Members of the Ladies Auxiliary to division No 2, A. O. H. enjoyed a St. Patrick's day party at the. home of Mrs. Hannah Conlon, 1201 Fourth avenue, on Wednesday eve ning. Thirty-five members attended the affair. A six course dinner was served at 6 o'clock at a table beautifully decorated with a boat centerpiece and colored candles. Mrs. Maria Conlon Boylan and Mrs. Dick Conlon, daughter and daughter-in-law of the hostess assisted at the din ner. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing cards. ROLLER SKATING PARTY ' A roller skating party will be held Monday evening, March 29 at 7 o'clock in the Mansion hall skating rink under the auspices of the Parents' psociation, American Legion troop 22. Proceeds will be used to sponsor Get the world's good news daily through The Christian Science Monitor An International Daily Newspaper' Published by THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PUBLISHING SOCIETY One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts Regular reading of The Christian Science MoNrrot. Is considered by many a liberal education. Its clean, unbiased news and well-rounded editorial features, including the Weekly Magazine Section, make the Monitor the ideal newspaper for the home. It is 5 cents a copy, or ) cents a day on subscription, delivered to your door, and it obtainable at the following location! JHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM 1421 Twelfth Avenue, Altoona 1210 ' 6LEVENTH AVENUE xjlk store l i n v Economy Q J COATS & SUITS Smartly Styled and Well Made and Extremely Low Priced They're lovely! We've never shown such fine ma terials and workmanship at such low prices. Beautiful pastel shades and individual fashion details that you usually see only on higher priced apparel. Other Coats & Suits 7.95 to 29.95 EASTER FROCKS g5 to 95 In our economy section your Easter dress can cost you as little as $2.95. That's fitting dresses to an' budget no matter how small. Prints and plain shades in great array. Easter HATS 88c to 1.79 The usual prices for comparable . quality is $1.00 to $2.79. Our prices are 12c to $1.00 lower. It pays to choose your hat at Brett's. New Happy Home Frocks $1 DOWNSTAIRS STORE a trip by members of the troop to the national Boy Scout jamboree at Washington, D. C-, in June. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Oftea Bring! Happy Relief Muy sufferers nhave ntfling biekach quickly, one they discover that th real eauai of their trouble may b tired kidnays. The kidneye ara Nature's chief way of tatdtte the excess acida and waste out of the blood. Moat people paaa about 3 pint! day or about 8 pounds of waata. Frequent or scanty puts fee with tmartini end burning ahowa there may be something wrong with your kidney or bladder. An excess of acida or poison in your blood, when dua to functional kidney disorders, may be the cause of nagging backache, rheumatio pains, lumbago, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nighte, swelling, puffin under the eyes, headaches and diaiinaaa. 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