The Evening News from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 15, 1942 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE THE EVENING NEWS, HARRISBURG, PENNA., FRIDAyTmAY 5, 1942 Public Asked to Help Fill 1000 Soldiers' Kits ; Public aid in filling 1000 comfort kits made by the Harrisburg Chapter of the American Red Cross for soldiers and marines embarking for foreign service was asked today by Mrs. A. H. Stackpole, chair-jnan of the Red Cross War Relief Committee. The kits were made by members of forty Red Cross auxiliaries in this area.. The public is asked to Volunteer to be responsible for the yequired items in one or more kits. '; The kits will contain the following essentials: Small soap box and soap; one deck of playing cards; one package of cigarets or smoking tobocco and cigaret papers, one shoe polishing cloth, one small pencil with metal cap, one package each of envelopes and paper, one package of chewing gum, one pair tan, shoe laces, forty -inch, one waterproof match-box if available, one package of double-edge razor blades, one" small book (pocket size), detective or humorous preferred; a sewing case with needles, pins, khaki thread and assorted sizes of khaki and white buttons. The kit, when filled, must not weigh over ' one and one-half pounds, and a card of greeting from the local Red Cross Chapter will be enclosed. Any local organization or club, or any individual willing to .be responsible for fitting out one or more of these comfort kits, may secure the kits from the War Re lief Committee, at their headquar ters, Front and Pine streets, or may call , by telephone 3-3219, where full particulars and ", instructions will be given. SOCIAL AND LOCAL PERSONAL NOTES Tell of Betrothal FARMERS WILL VOTE By United Press LATROBE, May 15. Members of the United Farmers of America will vote soon on a recommendation by their leaders that the organization affiliate itself with John L. Lewis' Dairy Farmers Union. The recommendation was adopted at a meeting here yesterday at which leaders of Lewis' District 50 of the CIO United Mine Workers sounded the opening gun in a drive to enroll Pennsyl vania farmers in the union. The present American patent sys tem is more than 100 years old. PAROOW MISS, IS THIS-V J PRIZE WINNER VK" y MISS BETTY LOUISE TYSON Mr. and Mrs. George T. Tyson, 2505 Greenwood street, have announced the betrothal of ' their daughter, Miss Betty Louise Tyson, to J. Franklin Runkle, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Runkle, 3603 Centerfield road, Colonial Gardens. Miss Tyson, a graduate of John Harris High School, is employed by the Bell Telephone Company, in the revenue accounting division She is organist at Second Evan gelical and Reformed Church, and is also a member of the Harrisburg Symphony Choir and the A Cap- pella Choir. . Mr. Runkle, a graduate of Wil liam Penn High School, is an employe of H. A. Gable Company, in charge of the hotel supply equip ment, and is also a member of the Harrisburg Symphony Choir. Miss Tyson entertained a num ber of friends recently at a sur prise party in honor; of Mr. Runkle," prior to his induction into Army service. Those present were: J. Franklin Runkle, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mclver, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ready, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Y. Brown, Jr.,' Miss Miriam Gingrich, Miss Mildred John son, Miss Virginia .Long, Max Schubert, Edward Diehl, . Mrs. James F. Runkle, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kremer and Mr. and Mrs. George T. Tyson." Miss Helen Alleman Becomes Bride Here Miss Helen Alleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Alleman, 2409 Derry street, and Albert Holt-zin," son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Holtzin, , of Philadelphia, were married last evening at the parsonage of Christ Lutheran Church with the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Jacob E. Rudisill, officiating. The bride chose a street length frock of black and white sheer, with which she wore a large white hat and a corsage of gardenias. She had as her attendants, Miss Betty Bair, who wore a navy and white ensemble with a corsage of pink carnations,, and her sister-in- law,. Mrs. Wayne. Alleman, who wore a pale blue frock, with a white hat and a corsage of Talis man roses and daisies. Wayne Alleman was best man. ' Following the ceremony, a buf fet supper was served at the home of the bride, where the pair will reside. v! Mrs. Holtzin is a graduate of John Harris .High School and she is employed at the Plaza Hotel. Mr. Holtzin is stationed at the New, Cumberland Reception Center, ' , Penbrook Civic Club The executive board of the Pen- brook Civic Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Charles Patterson, treasurer. Those present were: Mrs. Eugene Earley, president; Mrs. Nelson Cassell, Mrs. Charles Lenker, Mrs. John Ream, Mrs. Earl Garraan and Mrs. C. R. Anderson The regular meeting of the club will be held next Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the school gymna sium. Mrs. Fred Benfer will be social chairman. Mrs. Harold Busey, program chairman, will present "A Spring Festival of Music." This will include selections by Susquehanna Township High School vocal ensemble, under direction of Miss Sarah Lindemuth; readings by Mrs. HaroW Miller and soprano solos by Mrs. Jesse D. Wells, accompanied by Mrs. W. H. Busey. In addition to the musical numbers there will be technicolor moving pictures on "Birds of Pennsylvania." Sisters Engaged to Mkny i . jS& 1 j ;f ' ii i 7 In 1940, the Army possessed 29,867 motor vehicles. Late in 1941 it had 153,000. The current program calls for 262,950 by 1942. WILL ATTEND CONVENTION.. Dr. C. J. Hollister, of 2510 Derry street, executive secretary of the ! Pennsylvania State Dental Society, will leave Sunday for Clarksburg, W. Va., to attend the West Virginia Dental Society convention. He will speak at a luncheon Monday. MISS KATIIRYN L. OYLER Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Oyler, 15 North Twenty-fourth street, Clamp Hill, have announced the engagement of their daughters, Miss Betty Jane Oyler and Miss Kath-ryn Louise Oyler. Miss Betty Jane Oyler is betrothed to William D'Agostino, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D'Agostino, 305 Herman avenue, Lemoyne, and Miss' Kathryn Louise Oyler will marry Jack Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray, of Gettysburg. MISS BETTY J. OYLEIl The sisters and their fiances all are graduates of the Lemoyne High School. Miss Betty Jane Oyler is employed by L. B. Smith, Inc. Her younger sister-is employed in the general accounting office of the United States Department of Agriculture. . Mr. D'Agostino is an employe of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Mr. Ray is a student at Gettysburg College, where he is a member of the Sigma Alpha Epnilon fraternity. Steele P. T. Meeting Paxtang P.T.-A. Meeting msm sm immosv ami Big Group! Porch and Window Sizes! SUN FAST PAINTED STRIPES-Careful Tailoring Choice of sunfast stripes in many colon or solid color effects! Oval grommets for easy installation. All awnings complete with ropes and pulleys. Rust proof iron pipe frames. These awnings represent real savings so hurry! The Steele Parent-Teacher As sociation will hold its last meeting of the year at the school on Mon day at 7.45 o'clock, with the presi dent, Mrs. Cyrus B. Stokes, in charge. The invocation will be giveji'by Rabbi Reuben J. Magil and the Camp Curtin Junior High School choir will sing, directed by Miss Dorothy M. Robb. Winfield H. Loban, president of the Harrisburg City Council of the Parent-Teacher Association, will instal the following new officers: President, Mrs. Donald B. Sloth-ower; vice-president, Mrs. James Gehrig, second vice-president, Mrs. Seth Keener; secretary, Mrs. Clyde Moser, and treasurer, Mrs. Carl Kitzmiller. , The new raincoats which have been purchased for the school patrol will be presented. A report of the Mayfair will be given by Mrs. Clifford H. Swartzell. A social hour will follow the business meeting. 30-Inch Widths $2.79 36-Inch Widths $2.98 42-Inch Widths $3.29 48-Inch Widths $3.69 5- Ft. Widths . .$6.49 6- Ft. 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Villiamstown, TqwerCity To Have Two Blackouts Williamstown in upper Dauphin County will have a blackout test next Wednesday night, with the rest of the Harrisburg area, and so will Tower City, which adjoins Williamstown, but is in Schuylkill County. When Schuylkill County haa its blackout test Monday night, May 25. Williamstown also will join. Thus the two boroughs will have more such tests than the average town. The plan has been adopted because the street lighting systems of the adjoining towns are on the same electric switch, located at the sub-station in Williamstown, and one town cannot have a blackout without the other. Defense groups say it would be costly to relocate the switch and that war restric tions probably wouldn't release enough wire for such an under taking. The final meeting of the execu tive board of the Paxtang Parent-Teacher Association was held last evening, following a dinner at Barberry Manor, 237 Briggs street. Mrs. Robert E. 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EASY TERMS NO CARRYING CHAROF $-95 UMBRELLAS AMD TABLES Student Benefit Recital The last student benefit recital of the Webster School of Music will bet held tomorrow evening at 8 o"clock; in the school, 306 North Second1 street.' Soloists will be Mary Elizabeth; Vance, Bette Cleaveland, Milnor Alexander, Jeanstte Erickson, Doro thy Jean Drawbaugh, Phyllis Has-tedt, Martha Jane Miller, Frances Scheffer, Phyllis Schubert, Barba Ahn, Mary Noel, Isabelle Childer- hose, pianists; Donald and Jack Mur ray, pupils of Stanley Brunner, violinists.. Appointed as Minister WASHINGTON, May 15.-Presi-dent Roosevelt today nominated Lincoln MacVegh, of Connecticut, to be minister to the Union of South Africa. At present MacVegh is minister to Ireland. Concert at Day Homes The first concert of the chorus of forty voices of the William Howard Day Homes will me held in the social hall Wednesday evening, May 27. Wilbur Stevenfion is director of the group. 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