The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on April 30, 1934 · Page 6
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Uniontown, Pennsylvania
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Monday, April 30, 1934
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PAGE SIX PA., NEWS STANDARD By Dorothy Barnes Dorothy Hilling Becomes Bride Of E. E. Strickler A wedding which comes as a surprise | burg, w. Va~, 0*1 October friends of both the bride and bride- ! Performing the marriage cer 4th, 1933. emony was to friends of both the bride and bride- ! Performing the marriage ceremony was groom is being made known today in the; Hev. H. L. Wiggins of the WeDsburg TPVPlaf inn ff TVip rnarrl«m^ nf Tlfiec TV\y_ f«lt»«{.r-Mr;w nit*.*..··!·. ,, «v; n _,3 -* iv.., i._--3,. COMING EVENTS DISCUSSED AT C. E. MEETING events of major Importance were discussed at the meeting of, the Payette County Christian Endeavor Advisory Board meeting; held yesterday afternoon in the Hrst Methodist Protestant church of this city. Albert Pulmer, county president, was in charge othy Mae Hilling, daughter of Mr. and ; Mrs. Strickler' was graduated from street, ,and Edgar E. Strickler, son of attended Bethany college wnere see is the late Mr. and "Mrs. E." E. Strickler, now head bookkeeper in the office of Sr. Both Mr. and Mrs. Strickler are! the school. members of prominent Uniontown fam- | Mr. Strickler is Identified with the ilies and the news is being received! Firestone Service stores in Altoona, here with a great deal of interest. i having been transferred from the TJn- The marriage took place in Wells- 'iontown location about a year ago. Council Of Jewish Juniors To Honor Mothers, May 13 CHILD HEALTH DAY WILL BE OBSERVED r , . _ . *-UHilCi., CWUUl/J TUESDAY, MAY 1st ° °* **^ j Of special Interest to the Sndeavor- Dorothy Canfleld Fisher wonders' ers to ^ secti °a is the annual South- what would happen in the world If i western oUstrict picnic to be held at whole single generation of its young- Washington park, near Washington, sters could be brought up healthy ini 1 *^ on Wednesday, May 30. A busi- body and mind. Mrs. Fisher is thel ness meetin S of district officers will e .^^v ^ ~v.^ ^u.'u.. «.i.uw.a (.VUS.JT iii me, x\.cv. «. jj, wigguis ui uie wciisourg "vuy aaq mina. Mrs. Fisher is t h * t ^ mccuii$j ui aistnct Officers ^ revelation of me marriage of Miss Dor- Christian church, a friend of the bride. Vermont, author whose latest novel! tai:e *** ^ 2 o'clock followed by *\fT \» % ff f* a. "trill*-*-*** *3r * *s*3* 4-AM *.-* U *"«. _ ~- J . » JT r*i t ^ »^ % · « * m** ,, .*- * « * _ _ _ * ,*«·..--.-^.--. ^ _ _ ·» * · nixing, aaugmer 01 Mr. anai Mrs. Stricter was graduated from ^Bonfire," has for heroine a struggling ^ orts program and dinner. Vesper B. Hilling of Connellsville the Uniontown high school in 1928 and community curse in a Vermont town. serv *ces will be in charge of Miss Flor- I Edgar E. Strickler, son of attended Bethany college where she is "Suppose," said Mrs. Fisher, "that on' ence Louden - A1 * members of Christian [r. and "Mrs. E."E. Stricter, now head bookkeeper in the office of Child Health Da* \*av ·»«· '. ^^^ 'Endeavor societies in Favrtt* rir^n* Among delightful social events isiiich have been scheduled for Mothers' Day is the Mothers' Day tea vrhich has been planned by the Council of Jewish Juniors for-Sunday, May 13. The affair ·will be held at the Tree of Life Syna- Child Health Day, May 1st, a comet, societies in Fayette, Greene, y, ay s , a comet, e, reene, like the comet H. G. Wens imagined in Westmoreland, Washington and AUe- * 16 * 2 one of his early books, passed over the S* 16 * 2 ? counties are invited to bring earth trailing: a strange gas, and that! ^ eU fiEfid baskete claimed for the ri? share the fun A guest- speaker will be announced later. Tne program will also include special musical features and a playlet i entitled, "The Jewish Word." Taking j part in this will be Miss Sophia Fin-1 gerett, Miss Bertha Tevelin, Miss Bessie j , , s esse gogue for members of the council, their ( Kronick. Miss Sylvia Wersbe will Ri-e ' mothers and friends. The Mothers' Day tea is an annual event is anticipated by the girls and a readin The program committee includes Miss Ida Sedicoff, Miss Hose Hubin Miss! -j --.- 0 ~-~ **-~.vt ( i.i*u, »_vvutx/,i_i, «vi »· £UJSc iiiiDin JSalSS i their mothers from the beginning of jEdythe Rodney, Miss Bessk- Kramck.1 the season. The committes in charge! Appointment committee- Miss Ruth 1 of the^jrogram always endeavors tojGeduldig, Miss Madelyn Coyne Miss arrange an entertainment which is a } Ayme .Shapiro, Miss Naomi Pranks. \ITfV T"rf%T* pv/\nr*v^ f\\*** t^.-^r* t-C -,»_ -.^ T ^^ it_ . - r - . _ worthy Day. commemoration of Mothers . Assisting the committees will be Miss Flora Shapiro, president of the council. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCES TO OPEN AT SUMMIT MAY ILois Hodfl Sings JAtBeflewe Wedcfing 5'' ci panned for the day. The 41st annual convention of the Fayette County Christian Endeavor Union, a two-day conference, will be held in the First United Brethren church of Connellsville on Thursday and Friday, June 14 and 15. According to the plans made yesterday, Friday afternoon will be devoted to entertainment and a testimonial dinner -will be given Friday evening for Miss Florence Louden, recenl% elected first vice president at the Pennseylvania state union. Reservations for the conference should be sent to Miss Jean Arnett, 115 Evans street, this city. Speakers have been named for the 16th bi-ennial convention of the Pennsylvania Christian "Endeavor union to be held July 9-13 in Hershey. The speakers will be Dr. Ross E. Stover of Philadelphia; Dr. "Ralph Hutchinson, president of Washington and Jefferson college; Judge Harold B. Wells, Burlington county, N. J.; Dr. Morton S. Rice of Detroit, Mich.; Dr. Lewis H. Evans of Pittsburgh; Prof. Homer A. Rodeheaver of Winona Lake, Ind^ and! 19 other nationally known Christian Youth leaders. The theme of the state Second M. P. Church To Entertain Miss McNurlan Mlfie Dorothy McNurlan will be at the Second Methodist Protestant; church from Tliuisday to next Sunday ES *epreseatatiTO of Adrian college In the interest of the young people's work. On Thursday, Miss McNurlan will meet with the Intermediate and the Young Peopte* Christian Endeavor so- d*ty and help with the play, "The Kernel." The Young People's society and the Intermediate group will hold an Adrian college party Friday. AH young people interested in the Chris- tfcn Endeavor work are invited to be in attendance. Sunday evening at 6 o aock there wQl be combined meeting of tfce Intermediate department and the Young People's Christian Endeavor society for a consecration service led by Miss McNurlan. At 7:30 o'clock Sunday night, the society will present the play, "Tie KerneL" Miss McNurlan will visit at the homes or young men and women who graduated last year from Adrian college, those who win graduate this year and the ones to graduate next year. Assisting Miss McNurlan while she Is in the city will be Miss Hazel Dins- acre, secretary of Christian Education and Mrs. J. c. Chidester, in charge of young people's work. .« * o Dutch Treat Dinner At Club On Saturday One of the popular "Dutch Treat" dinners was given at the Country club Saturday evening with covers laid for 12. The Informal get-together was planned complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Henry of Lebanon, weekend house guests of Attorney and Mrs Daniel McDonald of Belmont Circle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry's wedding last summer was an interesting Pittsburgh social event. MONDAY, APRIL 30, EVENTS OF THE DAY Mrs. Russell Carr of Berkeley street, will be hostess this afternoon at 2-30 8ta^. th - ebl - WeeHymeeHD801 ^ Y. p. B. contest party has been scheduled for tonight. Benefit card party sponsored by the P. H. C. in the Adelphia club rooms tonight The party will follow the business meeting. The admission fee is nominal. The Lodge Balbo Aquila DTtalia of Connelisville, will hold a dance in the Pleasant Valley Country club tonight from 9 until 1 o'clock. Emma V. Jefferies Missionary society, Third Presbyterian church, will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Pauline Sesler, Byrer avenue. .. John Knox practice meeting at 7-30 o'clock tonight in the Third Presbyterian church. Board of Trustees, Church of the Brethren, will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Covered dish supper tonight at 6:30 o'clock and college party for the young people of the Krst Methodist Protestant church. Special meeting of the Ladies' Aid tonight- in the church. Members of the Jnlontown Music club will have a choral practice in the auditorium of the 'county building tonight at 7:30 o'clock. * » * Called Meeting Of Farwell-Hagan Class A called meeting of the Farwell- Hagan class of the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church will be held in the church parlor this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The purpose of the meeting is to elect a new teacher and all members are urged to be present. Mrs. W. M. Marsteller is the former class, teacher. Phyllis Burgess Honored At Lovely Birthday Party A delightful party was given in honor of Phyllis Ivedene Burgess,'lrftle daugli ter of Mrs. AnnabeBe Burgess, Oakland avenue, at the home of her grandpa- rente, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Addis, in celebration of her seventh birthday anniversary Friday. The guest of honor entertained seven little girl friends from 4:30 until 7 o'clock. A series of games was enjoyed and the children sang their favorite songs to the accompanying music played by Mrs. Burgess. A lovely birthday luncheon was served. The table was decorated in a color scheme of pink and yellow' with streamers in the gay colors en-closing each little girl at her place at! the table. Yellow spring flowers in a' cleverly trimmed basket formed the centerpiece. Three large birthday^ cakes graced the table and the'scene 1 was greatly enhanced by the soft glow! from the candles on the cakes. Dainty i favors in the form of tiny baskets and caps were presented to each of the little guests. Those present were Betty Jean Allison, Thelma Jobes, Annabelle Brooks, Dorothy Marie Miller, Mildred Lorraine McCormick, Eleanor Lee Allison and the guest of honor, Phyllis Ivedene Burgess. Catholic Daughters Will Have Meeting, Tuesday Regular monthly business meeting o£ Court Uniontown, 505, Catholic D2fcgh- ters of America, will be held in the club rooms of the Public Library at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening with Miss Alice Reagan.,grand regent, in charge. A trustee will be elected to fill the unexpired term of the late Mrs. Catherine Irwin. Plans will be completed for the banquet to be held May 8. A full attendance is urg- This coming Saturday night, 5th, will be a social event at the Summit hotel, when the new and Miss Lois Hodil gave a recital nuptial music just before the wedding · health?" ceremony which united -In marriage I Miss Betty Long, daughter of Mrs. i ·DOROTHY CANFIELD FISHER SLS s?r BiM;=TMssss 'What fools we've been!' What would' people do then in regard to child' for the summer season. George Silver and his dub Kentucky orchestra wffl play for dancing each Saturday night and a ***»* Waltr Amier ' son of Mr- and Probably Mrs. Fisher thought, they would take a Jeaf out of book and set about s were first made happy. Russians Attend 'Banquet In Pittsburah «D aUhSren' Sunday evenill g to tbe downtown Y. M. C. A. of Pittsburgh found many "Adequate surroundinss, right food Russians from the entlre vicinity Mrs. Oliver Miller of Apollo. The -wed- I regular rest, cherishing care, play and se . mbled to en J° y ^ ^PKiog program din? took place Saturday morning at' education--these are the natural'her ^^ Dr ' P * L Seedick ° s toastmaster. 10:30 o'clock in the BeBevue Meth! itages of every child brought into the Soine ° f the dIstill S ulshed guests who fl/v ^ , _ ,, . · . ^ - j 0 ^ Spisccpal church with Eer.l world," Mrs. Fisher said. 'If'children Sp ° ke were Prince Serge AIexis G " fioor show wm be one or tbe featos Ralph B. Urmy officiating. j got them, they would grow up sfmerr? ^ ° f ae Russian ^Ptomatifi. service; Of the iveekly dances. I Tne bride was gowned in-white lace! so neighborly, so intelligent, and so joy- Dr ' Caro1 Brevska _C2echo-Slovakian The Bamboo loom nas been Temod- TaruJ ^° re a tiara orange blossoms, j ously interested in their work that therei consu1 ' ^-^ ^ Avinon, director-of the *2ed, redecorated and pTT«r^ «^ ? e . carried ***** ^oses and lilies cf! would be no cause for r.h* HTOW^' *~*. Caraegie Museum. enlarged and ^ "^f^ 19Wt ? J1 oses and ]Dies cf ' · - - · - - . . *--ijP jcLLi6y» wffl now be more convenient'for «bef' ^e bride^s sister, Mrs. ifarv R aancexs as well as the fioor show. j Long, was her ^aW5 ^ Tne mgbtiy dances will be contm- she was attractive to hrf ued in the Baron Munchausen room' cbiffon BTV? ^^ ^ w ^ 5 t ^ but oh Saturday nights dances an^ScwTbSdL * ^ tbT^^^ AJIllK)QirOCmSl{ TQ ^^ *^fe*fc, Mrs. John E. Bamboo^m^with^^cStri! ^^^^^^JS^ 1 *** own ^^ «id^^^1^ ^^f ^^ the Four Hunchausen Barons -f^^^^^^^^j^^- «««--- - ^_ l 5 ^ Helen Zawatson, alon, were costumes of pink, green, j But a great many more should have' Czap ' Iva22 Czap ' BasU ^^ye, icy an this training, Mis. Fisher felt and the iMiChail Semier » Gregory Bokosh »nd e J ~r_--- _ - . , .. · c John Wallace. George Silver's orchestra playing. Dunbar High Planning To Present Operetta The complete cast of 142 students has been selected for the annual operetta, "An Old Spanish Custom," which is to be presented Thursday evening by the Dunbar township high school The main characters are Don Jose would be no cause for the rivalries and -. , r . ,r hates that upset society nowadays" .-! ohn selecfcions * ere presented ... g . Mrs. Fisher observed that thousands' Pr ° f *' N ' silverbro2 ^^ the'-Russian ; of Girl Scouts studied for their child! Sym P ncnic cholr ' ^^ Q j health badge every year. I ?rof * ^ Staurovsky, sang amo'ng ^That insaiis," she said, "that they I r nujnbers compositions by the are skfflfid in the physical-and mental ... care of babies and older children in' - A±tendm S the banguet from ^^on " · town and the vicinity were settlements and '^.! 5ky ' Helen Zawatson ' *** Stefardk, ^ J ,Rer. -Kestor Rokovsky, Rev. Micliael blue and ecru respective^. They Carried dainty colonial bouquets. After an eastern honeymoon trip the newlyweds will be at home In AUfcon Park. . I giving of it would cost mcnev. -ffnere togetit? "We might," she suggested, "squeeze mnmintr ! *^ M * t% - A -»»i- To Be Served In budget. If jastone!n - i o Ti T grew up healthy in' ransn HOUSe, Ihursday morning. Miss W3da McKee To -- ·**·--«'" *^vv-^*fcj v^x w J^/Wi-i OVJOC Eamon Blvere, Edward Vaughn; Silas Many WJlliaftl KeffeV Dav. 3f»n Hmhanr!- TVJTQr^o 13^4-^^^« J ' Day, Ben Husband; Maria Patrons, Freda Humphreys; Wilhelraina Dav _ -*-"*j i j ··"**jvniii\,! Wiii in Mary Anderson; Stanley Darling, Ella; end of the approachin Announcement was made this week- and Mrs. Hugh McKee, and William Keff er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kef- bie; Patrick Murphy, Kenneth me!; State police officer, Jesse CoS- man; Chinaman, Harold Baker. In addition to the main cast there Ere seven choruses and E number o* extras' for the fiesta which feature the presentation. T^P h M _ ^ r t , , . ·*iic o-j.d£ is gradua e o^ iliss Mary Hemminger, teacher. !s opolis high ^chool with * directing the work of those active in 1329 and of California State" TelSe^ tne production, ---.-,-_. _. ^* ^^^ j.eacr»ers I Dorcas Class Wffl Meet In Church Tuesday Night Regular social and business meeting of the Dorcas class, Second Methodist Protestant church, will be held in the church Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Hostesses for the social hour are Mrs. Sarah Andrews, Mrs. Evelyn Augustine, teofjeanette. AJthough no d^Ie! Mrs. i^ w. Sk jSS · KI narnect ^or tne wedding It isi Bayless, Mrs. Bessie Bcal ilrs Madee unaerstooa that IL ^tll be RM pvprsf /\f'. Beavpr jt-^ ·xr-rr. tr'^»-.^ -ri:.i_»_-_ Under auspices of the Supper Gufld cJ St Peter's Episcopal -churdi, a ohiek- en pie dinner vffflbe served in the Parish House Thursday. Serving win begin at 5:30 o'dock and te public is invited.- MTE. Jane McClelland is in charge of arrangements. Get Ready to Enjoy Your u tdoofs G 1 i d $n.95 Are You Cartooning? to Public Is Invited To Dinner On Thursday A roast beef dinner will be served to eir future home, the public by the Ladies' Aid of the * · * Central Christian church Thursday AcK,i-T. T J: T m from 11 until 1 o'clock. Mrs. Fred ^ St)Ur ^Oies lo Observe C^fyrfSi OOTVd lfc Ql /»ViQ iyiTQys %^ r e« *5«» V***· ' I 1-- -»..-"--f_ T\ ^^ *|*1 ^ rch Uay, Thursday g j Troop Seven Meeting ! Omitted This Week Gerke, general chairman, has ES aides Mrs. THIa Yaager, Mrs. Earrey Tate, Mrs. J. W. Cramer, Miss Ruth Colemau, Mrs. C. W. Wiley, Mrs. Ries Humber, chairman of the dining room, Mrs. Thomas Rockwell, Mrs, Orbir. O'Neal ana Mrs. George Colemar.. · * # Miss Sara Lee Marries Clayton Crowe Saturday ! ^e~TX ^7~^l Because of InTc^e to be given' .. -where he a,d nis wdl make. this ^ek for Brownie and Girl Scout leaders by Miss Julia Williamson of the [National Council, the regular meeting ' of Troop Seren, of which Zvliss Eleanor WoodfiU is leader, vrfB be omitted this week. I Seven meets regularly each at 4 o'clock in the Second Pres- AH girls are asked to ^ff 1 ^ of the Asbury Methodist Epis- Day; make not of the a meetto » of . be on hand next Tuesdav.* open at I the Home Missionary society. Mrs ' - - - jAsia Dffliner wIH be program ieader!p U p T * T ;and her subject is "Citizenship." A - ^* JUniOFS lo : covered dish luncheon at coon *ill be; Meet This Evening by a meetirtg of the Ladies'[ . ^ Regular meeting of the Foreign; P. H. C. Juniors 'are in plans and Miss Sara Lee. daughter of Mr. and! ££fc£S^S £ aT 2 ^cf £1 f^SSS-^ ***** * Mrs. A. C.Lee. and Clayton Cro^, both! An interesting program Lbe^ ^ S2^ £ n r ^ h ^evening for of Motown, ^e married Saturday.! ned and all ia^ies af^^^^! ^ L t ^f^ T^ J" TM~ April 28, to the tnan^e of the PSist Pres-' ed to be present. I ~± + ^ H ? lcniberfi are byt^rian ch-orcn, Masor.tom Rev. R. ; - ^ -ged to be on nan*. J. Shields, pastor of the church, of- Mr. 2nd Mrs. Crowe will be at home to their friends hi rheir newly furnished he-Hie in Harbison aven-je, M?-sou- Choral Rehearsal To Be Held This Evenincr r^ An important rehearsal of the Union- tovn Music club CboraJ will be he3d this evening ai 7:30 o'clock in the auditorium of the county binding. A CHALLENGE TO SALLY RAND MORE GORGEOUS. MORE BEAUTIFUL, MORE AESTHETIC "A STATUE OF LOWLINESS" EVERY NIGHT IN THE BARON MUNCHAUSEN ROOM 6 P JW. TO 8 A. M. Financial t | Item * · Mi-s. McSlamph's head suddenly radiates dollar marks as a sure-pay idea for Auslander cartoon Contest bursts i n t o flame, "For $101 in cash I can get lots of ideas about wall paper," says Mrs. McSluniph. / GO TO A U S L A N D £ R ' S WALL PAPER STORE TODAY AXD ENTER THE CARTOON CONTEST--WIN ONE OF THE $101.00 CASH PRIZES. J 9 and up to 29 .75 Many Gliders are similar to that pictured above -- Some have even seven separate removable cushions ae manuacturer, all with coil spring seats for greater comfort and beautifully upholstered in handsome denims or water-proof fabrics. Greens, browns, black, and tangerine backgrounds with highly colored patterns. Six-Cushion Gliders, $18.95 up lub $11 .59 ^d U p to teamer COR instance, a chair similar to that pictured, covered with durahle, bright - colored webbing is sold, as shoini for §1.59. Without the Footrest, 31.00! Chair as shown, with canopy extra, $1.95. Double-seated steamer chair, with footrest, $2.25. With footrest and canopy, $2.75. With footrest, canopy and headrest. ?3.95. Steamer chair cushion pads, 59c. Yacht Club Chair, T H E F O U R T H F L O Boeson Blvd. and Penn St. Of UNIONTOWN

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