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   Southeast Economist (Newspaper) - November 30, 1939, Chicago, Illinois                                SOUTHEAST ECONOMIST. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1939 Adult Education Conclave Will Open Tomorrow 'Round- e THE SOUTHEAST SOCIAL CIRCLE Effects of European War Here to Be Basis of Dis- cusson. After a honeymoon spent in French Lick Springs. Mr. ana Mrs. Warren Bloden will be home to :heir many friends next Wednes- day at 7050 East End ave. The Blodens were married last Sunday in a nuptial service :r> the St Adrian church, 7000 Washtenaw The date was the Effects of the European war in wedd-.ng anniversary of the the United States be discussed brides parents. Mr and Mrs. George ference called by the Adult EcUca- tion council of Chicago in coopera- 5Chool Of fashion and de- tion with the American Association signed a.l of tne bridal costumes. for Adult Education which will be For herseh she chose a metal bro- held at the Chicago Woman s club cade lashioned in a pnncess tomorrow and Satin day More than 500 Mio> est educators are expected to attend the sessions which bring the repie- sentatives of agencies f i om e 'Aitn an extremely long train Her eil held to her hair bv os- irich and sne carried a book and a white orchid. All-white were the costumes of her included he! loommate at Fiancis Shinier school, states to grips with the pi oblems of Aljce and Eileen Haiter, war propaganda, the need for mass con me Doiotin Arnunus education, jouth adjustment and j and Their gowns Newlywed safeguarding and extending demo- fasmoned of white ciepe with cracy. Theme of Conference. Challenges to Adult Edu- cation" will be the theme of the wmch 15 mciies fiom the floor conference. at the sides. chiffon tops complete with hoods fastened with ostrich tips. They carried single strands of pompons Announcing the meeting Curtis W. Reese, president of the Chicago council, declared that the piesent international emergency and its im- plications in the United States brought forcibly to the attention of adult education leaders the impera- tive need to consider together the new responsibilities these conditions place on the processes and agencies of adult education serving the needs of a democratic society." On War Propaganda. The war propaganda will be dis- cussed at the luncheon session to- morrow by Dr. Morse A. Cartwnght, director of the American Associa- tion for Adult Education with Dean Carl F. Huth of the University of Chicago presiding The luncheon meeting on Saturday will be con- cerned with youth problems. SERVICE BUREAU HOLDS BENEFIT Woodlawn Craft Shop Is Scene of Bridge Party Proceds of a luncheon and bridge party held yesterday in the Wood- lawn Craft shop, 6343 Dorchester ave., by the family service bureau of the United Charities, will be used for the maintenance of the work of the bureau, it was announced by Mrs. R. W. Harms, chairman. The bureau is also planning a Christmas party in the near future to be given in the craft shop for the under- privileged children who live in the area. Assisting Mrs. Harms yesterday were Mrs. Frank Crothers, 1534 E. Marquette rd.; Mrs. R S. Dawson, 1222 E. 65th st Mrs P. A Gray, 6501 Kimbark ave.; Mrs. A. F. Oil- man, 5135 University ave Mrs. F. J. Groat, 1464 E. 69th st; Dr. Adelaide Haeflel, 1534 E. Marquette rd Mrs W. G. Helmer, 8204 Evans ave Mrs. John L. Hodges, 756 E. 82nd st.; Mrs. Mae McGuide, 6730 Cor- nell ave.; Mrs. William V. Muttart 8325 Luella ave.; Mrs. John K. Piety, 7959 Marquette ave., and Mrs. W I. Sykes, 6843 Dante ave. William Martin served the groom as best man and the ushers included Fiank Reaj. John Madigan, Joseph Fassel James Nellis William Peters and Raymond Nelson. One hundred and twenty-five guests were entertained at a recep- tion in the Plaisance hotel, after which the newlyweds left on their honeymoon. Mr Bloden is the son of Einest Bloden, 7109 Vmcennes ave. That romance is not yet dead is proved by the number of romantic engagements taking place. Amelia Ozrelic and Roger Jestice chose Amelia's 22nd birthday, a week ago Friday, to announce their en- gagement at a party in honor of both occasions. Miss Ozrelic's birthday gift from her fiance was a diamond solitaire. Miss Ozrelic, who is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ozrelic, 7230 Langley ave., is a graduate of Hirsch high school. Her fiance, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pestice, 2022 W. 69th pi., at- tended Harrison high school. The young couple will be mar- ried sometime nevt Summer, al- though no definite date has been set for the ceremony. Conrad Photo Mrs. Michael Pedone is the for- mer Jane G. Suhon, daughter of Mrs. John Suhon of Minneapolis. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mariono Pedone, 7038 St. Law- rence ave. The newlyweds are mak- ing their home at 1903 Fuller- ton ave. In a simple ceremony held a week ago Saturday afternoon in the St. Columbanus church, 71st and Calumet ave., Jane G. Suhon, daughter of Mrs. John Suhon, 442 Fillmore st., Minneapolis, became the bride of Michael Pedone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mariono Pedone, 7038 St. Lawrence ave. The bride was lovely in a gown of white brocaded satin with leg- of-mutton sleeves. Her two-tiered veil was suspended from a coronet embroidered with seed pearls that sat atop her blond curls. In her arms she carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The newlyweds are now making their home at 1903 Fullerton ave. on the Northwest side. Mrs. Pedone is a graduate of the Edison high school of Minneapolis while her husband attended the Park Manor school. Just one year from the day they had their first date Sally Scullion and Henry Lamer announced their engagement a week ago Sunday. The young couple first met in the office where both are em- ployed. From this meeting came that first date a year ago that blossomed into romance. Now Miss Scullion is wearing a dia- mond solitaire as a gift from her fiance on the plighting of their troth. Miss Scullion is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scullion. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Wil- liam Larner, 134 Clyde ave., Evan- ston. She is a graduate of St. Thomas high school and Mr. Lar- ner is a graduate of New Trier Township high school. No date has been set for the wedding as yet. Now well established in house- keeping at 2207 E. 75th st. are the newlywed Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Iciek. The Icieks moved directly into their new apartment after their wedding recently in the St. John of God church, deferring their honey- moon until next Summer when they will travel to California to visit the bride's mother, Mrs Lucille Lee, formerly of 6225 Washtenaw ave. The bride is the former Florence Lee. At the elaborate wedding cere- mony the bride wore a gown of white satin damask with a four- yard train and an eight-yard veil. The veil was suspended from a crown of rhinestones and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of gardenias and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor was Alphild Benson and the matron of honor was Mrs. John Carey, sister of the groom. Both wore royal blue taf- feta. The bridesmaids were Lillian Blakely and Julia Mis in light blue taffeta, Annabell Lee and Mrs Frank Gonciarz in hyacinth blue and Eilene Benson and Adline Kas- przycki in old rose. All carried roses in matching shades. Florence Mary Joyce was the flower girl and her brother, James was the ring bearer The groom was attended by Georgi Lee as best man and the ushers were Dr. C. J. Fisher, James Lee, Ben Novak, Frank Gonciarz, Thoma Blakely and Joseph Lisowski. A reception was held in the horn of the groom's paents, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Iciek, 6229 Washtenaw ave Scouting Review Will Highlight Annual Banquet Expect 500 at South Shore District Event Monday Evening. Next ANNUAL BAZAAR IS SET BY SISTERHOOD Five hundred friends of Scouting n the South Shore district of the Chicago council, Boy Scouts of America, will attend the .annual banquet and meeting Monday eve- ning at o'clock in the South- moor hotel, 67th st. and Stony sland ave. The theme of the meeting will be South Shore Marches On" and he program will include camping and Scoutcraft displays, handicraft, nature and Indian lore exhibits and tubbing and Sea Scout demonstra- lons. To Survey Progress. A survey of the progress made in the district during 1939 also will be made. According to Wayne A. Johnston, 8221 Kenwood ave., district chairman, Scouts are regis- tered in the district, an increase of over last year. E. J. Seidner, 5328 Harper ave., is chairman of the dinner and Harry Fridstein, 5211 Cornell ave., is en- tertainment chairman. Communities in District. Communities that comprise the South Shore district are Blue Island, Eastern, Hyde Park, Oakland-Ken- wood, Woodlawn, Shoreland, Stony Grove, Triangle, Western, Roseland, Pullman, Beverly Hills and Mor- gan Park. C. H. Rockwell, Jr., 1116 E. 45th st., is district commissioner, George A. Ryan and William J. Schumacher, Jr., are district executive and assis- tant executive, respectively. Two-Day Event Wilt Be Held Sunday, Monday Next Sunday and Monday the Sisterhood of the South Side He- brew congregation, 74th st. and Chappel ave., will hold its annual bazaar in the social hall of the con- gregation. Mrs. Siegfried Kohn is the chairman, assisted by Mrs. A. L. Schatzman and Mrs. I. J. Zimmer- man. Reservations for dinner Sunday are being taken by Mrs. Charles Lewis and Mrs. Leo Stein. The next meeting of the hood will take place at the bazaar luncheon Monday at pjn. at which time Ben Aronin will talk on the subject "The Lady in the Attic." Mrs. Leonard J. Krane is chairman of the luncheon. Mrs. Paul Volk is president of the Sisterhood. RETURNS HOME. Richard Brown, 7130 Cyril pkwy., returned home from Elgin academy hi Elgin, 111, to spend Thanksgiving with his family. Dorothy Kahn Club to Hold Fashion Show Sunday evening the Dorothy Kahn club will hold a fashion show and dance in the hotel, 5454 South Shore dr. Members of the club will model and sell candy and flowers. Don Fernando and his orchestra will provide the music for dancing. Marjorie Leifer is president of the club and Beverly Leve and Lois Newman are co-chairman of the ways and means committee. 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