The Evening News from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on March 7, 1932 · Page 4
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The Evening News from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania · Page 4

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 7, 1932
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PAGE FOUR THE EVENING NEWS, HARRISBURG, PENNA., MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1932 SOCIAL NEWS TLANS are leinjr completed by A the Outdoor Department of tha Harrisburg Civic Club, of which Mrs. Richard M. H, Wharton is chairman, for a lunch eon to be given next Monday afternoon at the club house. Samuel S. Lewis, State Secretary of ; Highways, will be the principal speaker. Mrs. Charle3 E. Ryder will talk on "What Was Done Last Years in the Gardens for the Un employed," and Mrs. Arthur II. Hull will sing a group of songs. The luncheon proceeds will be used for purchase of seeds for the gardens which the department sponsors for the unemployed. Mrs. Leonard P. Fox and Mrs. Ada V. Metzler, of the Civic Club, will have charge of tickets. MISS FANNY RANDALL RUD-DEROW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas- W. Rudderow, of iNew Cumberland, who has been spending a year in Florence, Italy, as a student at the Dona Tello School, plans to continue her studies there next year. This summer she will go to Bevey, Switzerland, where she will study in a French School. Mrs. Rudderow and her other two children, Kathleen and Thomas, Jr., are making- plans to visit Fanny in Switzerland. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD MOFFITT JOHNSTON, of Johnstown, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son last night at the Harrisburg Hospital. Both mother and baby who thi3 morning had not yet been named ars reported as 'doing very well.' Mrs. Johnston will be remembered as the former Miss Mar garet McVey, daughter of Mrs. James P. McVey, of Athens, Ohio, 'and a sister of Camden H. McVey, 2902 Parkside Lane, this city. Mr. Johnston is the son of Mrs. Paul Johnston, 1714 North Second street. Guests in City Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Conrad, and son Russell, of Sunbury, and Miss Olive Hinebaugh, of Danville, were Sunday guests of Mrs. C. E. Hanibright, of 1906 Green street. Lebanon Couple File ; $iO,000 Damage Suit i International Jfetc Servica POTTSVILLE, March 7. Suit for' $40,000 damages, instituted by Samuel D. Clarke and Belle D. Clarke, his wife, of Lebanon, was on file in Schuylkill County court here today against the Susquehanna Pine Company. The couple alleged they were in jured when they were struck by a truck of the company near Mc-Adoo. They are over 60 years of age, according to the bill filed, and averred they suffered permanent injuries as a result of the crash. MRS. DANIEL HERR KUN-KEL, of Washington, who is the former Miss Eizabeth Knisely, of this city, is spending several days with her mother, Mrs. A. G. Knisely, 2035 North Front street. She arrived here Saturday evening and will return to Washington either tomorrow or Wednesday, to join Mr. Kunkel, who is an attorney with the Interstate Commerce Commission. AFTER a delighful week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Robbins, Jr., of Steelton, Miss Frances Robbins returned last night to the Baldwin School at Bryn Mawr, where she is a student. Frances had with her, as her guest, her roommate, Miss Marjorie Kenyon, of Great Neck, Long Island. Talk on Movies Mrs. Maude Seymour, of this city, will speak on "Truths About the Movies," at a meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock of the Mother's Service Club in the assembly room of the Y. M. C. A. building. A reading, "Rose to the Highway," will be given by Mrs. Carlton D. Burley and Mrs..R. E. Boswell, will preside. Ladies' Aid Circle The Ladies' Aid Circle, of Camp Hill Presbyterian Church, will hold a meeting tomorrow evening at 7.30, o clock in the social room of the church at which time officers for the ensuing year will be elected. Circle Sisters will be named and flower contributions will be made, Bi-Centennial Program A Washington Bi-centennial program will be presented tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the Trinity Lutheran Church, Wiconisco and Lexington streets, by the Young Ladies' Bible Class. RED CLASH WITH POLICE By VnitoA Frets VIENNA. Austria, March 7. Communists throughout Austria de fied a police order against demon strations yesterday and clashed with guards in many cities. Philadelphia Flower Show Is Opened Today International Kevst Service PHILADELPHIA, March 7. The Philadelphia flower show, hailed as the greatest collection of flowers ever assembled under one roof in this country, opened here today. The opening commemorates the lapse of one century since the first flower show in America was held in this city in 1832. 'MISSING WOMAN FOUND , , i 1 By United Brest McKEESPORT, March 7. Mrs. Lena Olson, 72, McKeesport, sought by police for twenty-four hours after her husband reported she had disappeared from their home, was found at the home of neighbors yesterday. STAINLESS Same formula . . tame pike. Ia original form, too, if you prefer for COLDS OVER MILLION JARS USED YEARLY Get all e pacts about the before you decide on any- fuel Burner. Telephone 5oA2 . Harrisburg, Pa, o Here Comes Spring o Refresh Last Year's Clothes Have Them Cleaned Like New YOU'LL be surprised atthe money you can save this year instead of buying a great many new clothes, have last year's made to look new! Eggert's scientific methods guarantees absolute satisfaction. Phone 7391 (? GGERT' JUL- CLEANING DYEING WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED THE STYLEFINDER FAMILY Easter Bonnet Variation By MARX BROOK LUCAS The traditional Easter head covering wilt truly come under the classification of "bonnet' this year. Fusily feminine are the new hats being shown! Dad is a bit puzzled as he wishes for Jeanne's or Judy's help in this buying ordeal. The model Is showing a hat of bright red paillasson trimmed with two carnations. The "up in the back" movement is a favorite silhouette suggesting the Louis XVI period. It is developed in a new black straw called shark-skin. White carnation petals encircle the crown and cover the "bustle back." This hat style is popular with matrons young and matrons "not so young," for it Is flattering combination. Ribbon trimmings gain strength and importance in both bonnet and sailor types this season. For the green and black costume this hat has been especially designed. It is an excellent example of the ondule brim, fashioned of black Milanette, with wide green lacquered ribbon making the band and high placed bow. Dad feels certain Mother would back him up in his decision concerning these two hats. The black Milan beret type is a version of the "pancake" hat and is trimmed with a metal quill and flattering veil. The large capeline brimmed hat is of white paillas-son trimmed with absinthe green velvet ribbon, and apple clusters. Walking Club Meets Mrs. Theodore Carey, 1736 Market street, was to entertain the members of the Walking Club at her home this afternoon. Leaves for Tour Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Meloy, of 909 North Fifteenth street, have left on a tour of the Southern states. After visiting in New Orleans, they will, visit their. daughter, Mrs. A. I. Carter, at Lubbock, Texas. Meeting Tonight The Ellen Gutelius Missionary Society, of the Salem Reformed Church, will meet tonight at 7.45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. William Bowman, Third and Ma-clay streets. Mrs. Bowman, who will be in charge of the meeting, will be assisted by Mrs. Paul Chad-wick and Mrs. John Delaney. I" ... , iwftmrngmgrn I v Hi Ready to cry! Skin was such a sight In any case of pimples, blackheads, itching rash or eruptions you can clear up your skin quickly and easily by applying a little ROWLES MENTHO SULPHUR. Its twofold action is what you need to re lieve stubborn skin troubles. Get a jar from your druggist. Guar anteed to give hest results or money back. Permanent Waves The hMft In IlArrlhhurl re- r-udleM o f orlre LAMAY BEAUTY SHOP Roll M (! I ornf ft. 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"Holds steady heat and serves best." That's "why our chefs and FIFTEEN MILLION American women have chosen gas for cooking. See the 1932 Models on Our Display Floor TfieHarrisburqGasfo. OR SEE YOUR PLUMBER The Citizens Reconstruction Organization sponsored by President Hoover, in Its campaign to increase public confidence has secured the issuance of special U. S. Treasury Certificates, to be dated March 15, 1932, to be payable in one year or on 60 days' notice and to bear 2 interest. In urging the purchase of these with money which is lying unused, it says, "If your money is in a bank or invested in good securities, leave it there. The special Treasury Certificates are to be purchased with idle money only." - If you have money available which should be put to this use, we will be glad to get you the Certificates. 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