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The Standard-Star from New Rochelle, New York • 9

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THE STANDARD STAR NEW ROCHELLE THURSDAY MARCH 1 1945 9 Alumnae of NR College Convenes Here This Weekend OUR WOMEN IN SERVICE The annual convention of the ger and and Disgrace Alumnae Association of the Col lege of New Rochelle will be held at the college tomorrow and Sat urday Discussing New Wom (trends in music) by Do lores Morris A college sing led by Cecilia agan Glee Club presi an in the New the Rev rancis Wendell OP will be heard as featured speaker Satur day at 3:30 in the Library Lecture flail ather Wendell Is known throughout the United States as an exponent of Catholic Action having lectured on the subject across the country and written the pamphlet He is also director of the Third Order dent will follow Saturday mass for deceased alumnae will be celebrated in chapel at 7:30 A At 9 the board of directors and Chap ter delegates will hold a meeting in the library conference room Presented will be reports from the undergraduates from the Chapter delegates Miss Kathryn Ryan will speak on Scholarship und infor mation and Mrs Kay Cavanaugh Hamilton of the Holyoke Trans Mary W'ac ecei res Pro otio Corporal Mary O'Connor of the Women's Army Corps has been promoted to sergeant She is now serving in rance and has been assigned to a Staff section in Paris The sergeant daughter of ran cis O'Connor 22 Leland Ave nue has been overseas since last March Skidmore Honors List Names Three Prom Here of Dominicans associate editor of Torch" a Dominican peri odical and is located at St Vin cent errer's Church in New York fawCity Registration tomorrow at 5:30 in Brescia Hall opens the convention Mrs Henry Esler Miss Katnryn Ryan and a reception committee of undergraduates will welcome returning delegates Dinner for the board of dircc tors and chapter presidents both graduate and undergraduate will be served at 6 in Maura Hall Wor the evening reception which will be opened by Claire O'Mara president of the student body a panel discussion with Rita Scott presiding has been arranged by the college Lecture Group Heard will be: Molds Your Opin by Jeanne lnnup wood ails by Pat Martin "Curtain 'analysis of Broadway plays) by Mary Grain MUSIC for TOMORROW RIDAY MCMC OR Orrhertr di rection Rirmond Lne WAS 8:00 1:30 A Vokci of Spring Polka "Th! Bartered i Bmetans Minuet Mozart Waltz "Serenade No 3" Volkmann The Lark Ghnka March Mflltaire rancaise RafnrSaena Waltz Poeme Oodoasay Romance Sibelius BREAKASTEERS WAS S3' A the Dream I'm the 1 Dreamer Marianne ''Uncertain Doran 3a a Prayer for th Boyi Or There "Her! to Hold Devon My Dream Book of Memoriea "Winged Roae My Heart Stood Still "A Connecticut Rodgera RAINBOW RENDEZVOI WAS 8:55 A airy Talea from the Orient Strausz Gondola of Love Henry Serenade Schubert Beneare Simone My Dream Charmed Burke Serenade Braga MORNING SI Orehertra di rection Wladimir Selinaky with thur Tenor WAS 11:08 11:30 A Vale Sentimentale SchubertWhen You and I Were Young Maggie Andante Cantablie "ifth Symphony" Tachalkowsky Llebeatraum No 3 Liszt Killarney Balls Prelude Chopin false Romantlque Drbusy Come Back to Erin Claribel Romance Mozart TOUR ALBUM MUSIC WAS 11:30 11:55 A Are You Going to "Count of Lehar Here In My Arms "Dearest Enemy" Rodgera Moonbeams "The Red Song of the Vagabonds "The Vagabond rlml Your Eyes Have Told Me So Merry widow Waltz "The Merry Widow" Lehar Two Little Love Bees "Spring Reinhardt in Love "Gypsy Lehar Beautiful Dreamer oster RED A GOLD NOONDAY Oreheatra direction Reginald King WAS 12:00 12:55 Love and Spring Waldteufel tiovers Tonight Elliott A May estival Ellenberg Passion lower! Elliott Peggy Polka Ascher Reading Between the Lines Rome Regrets Elliott The Rose of Tralee Glover Rosemary Elliott Rose Serenade Artok Waltz of the lowers "Nutcracker Butte" Tachalkowsky "Russian Iljinsky Mv Old Kentncky Home oster Eslrelllta Ponce Gypsy Potpourri Traditional Aragonalse Mesenet Lea illee de Cadiz Delibes PROMENADE WAS 2:00 4 00 (Intermission for News 2:55 3:00 M) Andaluda Lccuona Danso Macabre Salnt Saens Scherzo "Quartet OPUS Mendelssohn Scherzo "Quartet Opus 31" Serenade Pierne Mlnuetto "Quartet In A Major Beethoven Scheherazade Rimsky Korsakoff Invitation to the Waltz von Weber The irst Love Horltek Schatz Walzer "Gypsy Selection "The Gypsy Own Sweet Song Kalman Mv Isle of Golden Blautuss Memories van Alstyne Polonaise "Eugene Una urtiva Lagrima "L'Ellsir The Demon "The Rubenstein Polonaise and Prayer "Christmas Rimsky Korsakoff Marietta's Song "The Dead City" Korngold Valse antasia Glinka An Album Leaf Wagner Brunette or Blonde Waldteufel Beautiful Dreamer oster Caprleho Catalan Albeniz Bohemian Polka Quand L'Amour Meurt Cremleux RED GOLD DINNER Oreheatra dlreetlnn Howard Kane with Radcrman Violinist WAS 0:30 7:30 Bouncing Balls Gniwynn Turkey In the Straw Traditional Then and Now Chernlavsky Ylra YirJ Ylra A Little Bit Of Heaven Hell Meditation Will Love ind a Way? "Stags st Bay" Bowman Selection Rodgera Walther's Prize Song "Die Medley of Drinking Traditional East of the Sun "Stags at Bowman Selection "Sweet Adeline" Kern Sweet and Low Barnby Love In Bloom "She Loves Me Halnger script staff on "Do You See Your self in Bunch in Maura Hall a meet ing of class agents the annual business meeting presided over by Mrs Elizabeth Maher Griffiths Alumnae president at which elec tion results will be announced and Mother Thomas Aquinas Dean of the College will speak will pre cede ather talk at 3:30 Tea in Brescia Ha lat 4:30 will include a program arranged by Mrs Esler Skidmore College Saratoga Springs has announced the names of two students from this city and one from Larchmont who are on the honors list for the first sem ester They are the Misses Marjorie aycn senior business major of Normandy Lane Leah Hoffman senior Spanish major of Tayrnil Road and Susan Kadison senior art major of Chestnut Avenue Larchmont MV' ATER THEIR WEDDING at Silver Chapel ort McClellan Ala eb 2 Lieutenant and Mrs Connor Hall Wright Jr above were photographed Mrs Wright is the former Doris Cummings Bastine daughter of Lieut Col and Mrs Wilfred Bastine 245 Rockinustone Avenue Larchmont The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Wright of Lynchburg Va TJ Army Signal Corps Photo Parents 31 ust Give Teacher reedom In Handling Child By ANGELO When a child becomes ill his parents call the physician and put in his hands trust fully They do not tell the dictor how to treat the child They do not tell him his manner is too brusque his treatment all wrong They stand by prayerfully while he does his work It would be a good thing for teachers and chil dren AND their fathers and mothers if parents looked at the teacher in the same way as they look at the physician or the cler gyman or the plumber Teachers are trained for their work and they understand it They have had experiences with chil dren that give them a feeling for them They feel a child's mind feel his needs feel his responses in a way that enables them to attend him properly and minister to his needs accurately The par ents have parental feeling for their children They too know his wants his ways his responses but they cannot minister so well to him as the teacher because their emotions are mixed with their un derstanding and their actions A teacher looks at a pupil as the physician looks at his patient calmly with the sureness of a practiced professional mind Kate is so stern with hint He is only a child He be supposed to get his work dona so fast nor so correctly yet She made him do his work over three times until it was right too hard on a child She ought to lx? Kinder? the rub Is it kind to let a child suffer because the medicine is bitter? Nobody would drcam of refusing the child his bitter dose if the doctor order ed it but when it is the duly to order one mother protests father growls Granny shrugs her shoulders and says "What else could you expect from an old The teacher Is responsible professional worker and should be respected as such Her duty is to sco that a child develops normally in body and mind and character and she should be up held by those whose great inter est it is to see that the child has the best possible help Be careful about the selection ol the teacher but once having accepted her stand by her and help her Miss Anastasia Costa Engaged to Mr lanary Mr and Mrs Paul Costa of 112 Division Street have announced the engagement of their daughter Anastasia Theresa to George lanary son of the date Mr and Mrs George lanary of Penning ton Gap Va Miss Costa was graduated from St School and New Ro chelle High School Her fiance who recently re ceived an honorable discharge from the Army Is now asso ciated with Eastern Aircraft in Tarrytown No date has been set for the wedding CHI BETA SORORITY Chi Beta Sorority Beta Chap ter will meet tonight at 8 at the home of Miss Renee Gar giulo 268 Sickles Avenue A Thought for ood A RICE VARIATION Swordfish Steaks with Sour Cream Sauce Rice Cakes Quick frozen Spinach Whole Wheat Bread Stewed Tears with Ginger Snaps (Recipes serve four) Swordfish with Sour Cream Snuee 'One and one half pounds sword fish One quarter cup flour Salt and pepper our tablespoons fat One and one half cups sour cream One half cup minced parsley Cut swordfish into serving pieces Dredge with seasoned flour Panfry fish in fat turning only once Remove fish to hot serving platter Drain fat from pan Pour sour cream into pan and bring to a boil allowing the cream to boil up just once Re move from flame and stir in minced parsley Do not cook pars ley Pour sauce over swordfish Rice CnhcN Two cups cooked rice Two eggs Salt and popper Two tablespoons butter ot sub stitute Combine rice and well beaten eggs and seasonings Heat butter in skillet Drop rice mixture by the spoonful into the butter rown on both sides Drain on un glazed paper Molly Picon Noted Stage Star Delights Audience at Beth El Molly Picon diminutive star of the Yiddish Theater was guest artist at the luncheon held by Beth El Sisterhood for the Goldye James Scholarship und at the Synagogue yesterday presenting a series of characterizations in song The wit sparkling delivery and inimitable style for which the ac tress is famous delighted the New Rochelle audience which was equally enthusiastic over her hu morous and serious presenta tions A serious note was her delivery of a poem written by her hus band Jacob Kalich after hear ing the broadcast of the first Jewish service held in Aachen Germany following that city's capture by the Allies Miss Picon sang in English and in Yiddish with brief excur sions into rench and Russian impersonating a wide field of characters Opening with a hu morous song on love she con tinued with Lesson in Yid then a characterization of a rabbi in this country recalling his home town overseas Other selections were a mother discussing her son in the Army including explicit instructions to the sergeant on how to take care of the boy Dear in which the actress satirized mem bers of an audience and a moth er boasting about her children Miss Picon impersonating each child in turn with devastating effect Her accompanist was Eve ranklin Miss Picon told the audience that she had just celebrated her 25th wedding anniversary by ap pearing before service men sta tioned at Keesler ield More than 200 women attended the event which was underwrit ten by a committee of hostesses who prepared the luncheon ar ranged the table decorations and assumed all expenses in order to swell the scholarship fund total Approximately $400 was realized Mrs Harvey Bright Sisterhood president welcomed those attend ing including representatives of many groups Rabbi Gcrshon eigon pronounced the invoca tion Mrs Alfred Hackman general chairman of the lunch eon and of the scholarship fund spoke of the establishment of the fund honoring Mrs Maxwell James several years ago when Mrs James completed ten years as Sisterhood president Mrs James speaking in appre ciation of the fund's purpose promotion of Jewish scholarship made the suggestion that women as well as men be encouraged to study the Jewish background and heritage in view of the fact that their responsibility is the training of the children Hostesses at the luncheon In cluded Mrs Bright Mrs James Mrs Philip Schonberg Mrs Lew is Brown Mrs Israel Streger Mrs Max Goldstein Mrs Sol Kaplan Mrs Edward Reyman Mrs Leonard Lewlnsohn Mrs Harry Goldstein Mrs George reedman Mrs Edward Glick Mrs Isidor Motzkin Mrs Louis Motzkin Mrs Louis Goldberg Mrs Hyman Bloom Mrs Hack man Mrs Abraham Abrams Mrs Emanuel Heller Mrs Irving Rubin Mrs Louis Sack Mrs Max Block Mrs Ben jamin Seidenstein Mrs Joseph Rich Mrs Irving Wolfsic Mrs Joseph Greenbergcr Mrs Louis Streger Mrs Joseph Matthews Mrs Harry Bernstein Mrs Henry Roth Mrs Joseph Rattner Mrs Joseph Lukashok Mrs Abraham Wissoker Mrs Ralph Schain Mrs Bernard laster Mrs George Rosenberg MHR SIDNEY OSTER oster Pianist to Appear In Concert Saturday Night By JOHN CHEQUER Sidney oster American pianist will be heard in recital at the Club Saturday night under auspices of the riends of Music of New Rochelle Born in New Orleans La oster began his piano studies at nine years of age and a year later entered the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia After two years at Curtis he returned to New Orleans to study with Walter Goldstein Mr oster includes on his pro grams many new American works which he says are "profound and vital contributions to the growing repertoire of American music and distinguished additions to the whole of piano literature" oster has given four Carnegie Hall concerts in the past four years In 1930 he gave his debut re cital in New Orleans and there after concertized for the ensuing four years In 1934 he decided to devote his entire time to further study and returned to Curtis In stitute graduating in 1938 Prize winning was the next stage in career Mac Dowell Club prize was his in 1939 and the coveted Leventritt Award in 1940 which provided for a solo appearance with the New York Philharmonic Society That appearance in March 1941 proved memorable He performed the Beethoven Concerto No 3 under John Barbirolli and won enthus iastic press notices Since then both as recitalist and soloist with symphony or chestras he has played from coast to coast Better To Return Ring To Man After Affair Is Ended By EMILY POST Everyone will agree that a man should be able to make up his mind before all the wedding plans have been completed and that no girl deserves the treatment de scribed in this letter daugh ter was engaged to a Navy officer for over a year and they were to have been married last month The date had been set the wed ding dress bought and the brides maids put to the expense of their dresses Out ot the blue he wrote and broke oft everything with no further explanation than that he had decided marriage was not for him and ho asked to have his ring returned Considering ail the ex pense everyone has been put to and the embarrassment caused my daughter would you say that we might keep his ring?" To this I am sorry to have to say I think she could keep his not even as part pay ment of the expenses incurred! In her place there is nothing to do but pul the wedding clothes away which cannot be returned in the hope that they may be put to a happier Use than could ever have been possible with him Showing Sympathy or Bereaved Paresis Dear Mr Post: What can we do to show our profound sympathy for parents who have lost their only son overseas? We have not seen these people for eight or nine years but think of them as We want to do the utmost Answer: The only thing you can do is write a short note sincerely say how sorry you are or possibly send a few flowers to the mother Later on go to see her A Chaperon May Dance Dear Mrs Post: Is It proper for a chaperon at a young dance to dance with the young people? Answer: It depends a great deal upon how old the chnirron is and still more upon how well she dances If she is neither young nor especially gifted she should dance very briefly! if al all Buy another War Bond and keep everyone you have purchased Clan Rruce Is Host To Scotia Daughters Clan Bruce 180 Order of Scot tish Clans entertained members of Marjorie Bruce Lodge Daugh ters of Scotia at an "at last night in Hall when the birthdays of Thomas Mc Laughlin 80 and John Movvatt clansmen were observed with a birthday cake and songs Chief William Brown wclcomec those attending and Duncan Cop land recited a poem on Singers included Mrs Margare: Giles Kenneth Baxter Mrs Mar garet Munro Claude Mackie ant1 John Gilcsr who was chairman Mrs David Harkis Miss AnnJack and Miss Jessie Copland Chief Daughter of the Lodge pro vided music I The Clan will have its next! meeting March 14 The DOS will meet tomorrow night at 8 I with a paper demonstration fol lowing the business session Mrs Joseph Hamerman To Address Hadassah Mrs Joseph Hamerman presi dent of the lower New York Region of Hadassah will address New Rochelle Hadassah Wednes day at 2 in Huguenot YMCA Mrs Hamerman is a graduate of New York University Law School and is a member of the Council for Community Action riends of Democracy and League of Women Voters Lot Ihiriel do your A Complete Line of Bridal Attire DRESS AND BRIDAL SHOP 591 Main Street 2 7076 Clip Bidji OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Seaman (USCGR) and Mrs Livcsay were married at the 'Church of St James the Less Scarsdale eb 17 The bride formerly Barbara Anne Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson who lived in New Rochelle before moving to Scarsdale is a radioman 3c in the SPARS SEAMAN 1C AND MRS Studios ERNEST IIVESAY Work for All Is Emphasized In Talk on Postwar Economy In a talk focused on post war prosperity with the balance of production and consumption as its hub the views of Otto Lorenz economist and marketing author ity were brought before members of the Woman's Club yesterday Mr Lorenz appeared as guest speaker for the American Home Department following a program of piano music by Elizabeth Read Taking the stand that in the new economy of America the only real security is work Mr Lorenz predicted that if for every in dustry in America a quota of pro duction and sales could be calcu lated there would be no postwar depression but plenty of wprk for all Essential to this fu ture prosperity he said is the installment plan of purchase which makes it possible for famil ies to buy out of income thus putting their into good sound durable goods With Mr and Mrs America in a position to purchase household necessities and conveniences he said industry will be in a position to provide full1 employment Whether the community of New Rochelle will survive the war said Mr Lorenz there is no question however economical readjustment must be made carefully for it will not be a matter of course The plans must always permit expan sion of industry said the econo mist because you cannot freeze progress without sliding down hill have to stick your neck out in order to get anywhere and we are going places uphill not he said the he said "New Rochelle had very little local in dustry since Pearl Harbor 37 new plants have been introduced Are you going to hold on to them? What is to become of the local population which commutes to war jobs in Bridgeport? Will the city grow or diminish after the war? These are the questions to be studied and Mr Lorenz declared It must be considered that with the popular use of helicopters and airplanes in the postwar period a much wider area will be brought within a half hour of New York New Rochelle will have to offer special influcements to commuters in order to retain her population status the economist explained His view of the future includes a trend toward the building of four or five thousand dollar houses which could be moved in sections to different parts of the country Such innovations will keep Am erican factories busy said Mr Lo renz while consumers are able to purchase As a final word of ad vice the speaker urged his aud ience not to cash War Bonds to buy postwar goods During a question period which followed his talk Mr Lorenz ex pressed the opinion that the war would be followed by a period of slack for reconversion and after that a long era of business ac tivity Mrs Kenneth Huntington presided over the meeting in the absence of Mrs Charles Dun lap who is ill Mrs piano selections were in Sharp Ma (Chopin) the Edward Bal Mrs Borchard Is Speaker Before League There is no excuse for political illiteracy Mrs Paul Borchard of New York former president of the Civic League told members of that organization at its meeting at Huguenot YMCA yesterday If you give a tailor good ma terial the garment he makes will always wear and always give you service Our political parties are the same and it is important that they first last and always have good material Our repre sentatives are cut from the ma terials on hand she continued Since women hold in their hands the shaping of the kind of peace and the kind of world they want it is important that they accept the responsibility of making their political parties strong and con structive and the candidates representative of the people she said Mrs Borchcard emphasized the importance of the district County committee man and woman as the axles on which the wheels of government grind and stressed the value of knowing them and let ting them know what their dis tricts want Mrs Anthony Mcrola is chair man of the League's nominating committee Elected to the com mittee yesterday were Mrs Harry McKinney Mrs Philip Havey Jr Mrs Betty Noyes and Mrs Joseph Piermont The League has received a cita tion from the Treasury Depart ment in recognition of its sale of War Bonds and Stamps in the Sixth War Loan Mrs Walter Calenberg Bond and Stamp chairman announced Mrs Robert Garlock of the Child Guidance Center explained that institution's operation In a brief talk With Mrs Thomas asso presiding the League voted to send two representatives to the meeting of the New Rochelle Civic orum tomorrow night Mrs Charles Oliver and Mrs Havey presided at the tea table after the meeting TO ADDRESS CONERENCE Jerome Nathanson a leader of the New York Society for Ethical Culture will address the Conference of the Westchester Societv Tuesday at 2 in the Club on the topic Struggle for the Tea will be served and the program Is open to anyone interested it was an nounced lad of Brahms and (Debussy) As an encore she played a piano prelude by George Gershwin Luncheon was served at 12:30 Presiding at the tea table after the program were Mrs Robert isher and Mrs George Eckels Give how ff'ne more keep your Red Cross at his sM 565 MAIN STREET NEW ROCHELLE 2 3692 own symbol A lovely diamond is a shining symbol of your undying love as eternally sweet as falling in love So fashioned that each scintillant facet will catch the light and reflect the fiery glory within it is an unforgettable tribute to that memorable moment when two lives are joined together in holy matrimony Lei ns help you choose your diamonds from our really fine collection i 8 i ntSdS I Jf 1.

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