The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on April 18, 1939 · Page 11
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The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Uniontown, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, April 18, 1939
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tAGESIX UNWNTOWN. PA. NEWS STANDARD A_^V UBS Triangle Club Reserves May 3 As Date For Annual Spring Playing Melodies For This Gala Social Event Will Be Paul Burton And His Band, ©- Invitations To Be Placed In Tlie Mail Within Very Near Future. Announcement is made by the entertainment committee of the Triangle club of the presentation of ·one or its many fine annual entertainment features. This entertainment is in the form of their annual Novelty Sprmg dance which is to be held in the Triangle club rooms on Wednesday evening, May-3, with dancing from 9 o'clock until one. They are presenting for the first time in this district, lor the music and dance lovers, Paul Burton and his famous National Broadcasting company orchestra, a presentation of Consolidated Radio Artists, Inc., of Cleveland, Ohio. Paul Burton and his famous N B C, orchestra, are coming here direct from an extended run at the beautiful Southern Tavern Restaurant in Cleveland, -where they oadcast over the N. B. C, network through^ tiie facilities of Station WTAM, Cleveland. Paul Burton and his band, like so many .famous band leaders such as Guy Lombardo, Kay Kyser, Austin Wylie, Sammy Kaye and Blue Barron, had their start to fame in this same night spot, which is one of Cleveland's smartest night spots. f Paul Burton and his orchestra feature music which is sweet, soothing-and danceable. It has brilliant instrumental and vocal specialties and has established itself as a favor- Charleroi Club Presents Fine Music Program ATTRACTIVE GRADUATE PAUL BURTON plays with "so many memories" and all of them pleasant. both in person and over the air The distinctive sweet music and in- : imitable arrangements will make the 'song "So Many Memories" (the band's theme song) one that will be Don Kaye, a sweet-voiced tenor who picks the songs to sell and sells the songs he picks; and Nick Bon, Tempo, the smiling baritone whc makes the listeners sit up and listen They are both fine looking boys and set feminine hearts a-going Other features of the orchestra include glee club arrangements, singing guitar and their sparkling scintillating style which will make you enjoy their smart, popular tunes. Invitations for this event will be Thirty members of the Charleroi Music club .were gueste of the Uniontowri Music club in" an exchange program presented at 8 o'clock last evening in tlie Second Presbyterian church. Miss Catharine Allen, president of the visiting group, was presented by Miss Ruth Dunn, head of the Uniontown club and following the musical program tea was served to the guests present. On display during the evening was a scrapbook prepared by Mrs. M. L. Johnson and which will be sent to the state convention in Philadelphia April 20 to be placed in competition with the scrapbooks of other clubs. The book receiving first prize will be sent to Baltimore for the biennial meeting at which prize winners from each state will be on display Miss Ruth Dunn, Mrs. D. H. Conway and Mrs P. P. Smith will represent the local" club. Announcement was made of an important rehearsal of the Uniontown Music club choral Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. C H LaClair. Preparations wfll be made «r the dinner meeting at the Country club May 15. Mcinbers ^ asked to meet at 7:30 - proeram ' arranged under the ion of Miss Therese Kochen- darler was one of the season's most dude? g in the mail shortly and as soon as tickets are distributed they may be had from any member of the committee or at any of the following downtown stores: ^ Rider's Meat market. Morgantown street; Dear Motor Service. Beeson boulevard; j C. F. Eggers Lumber company. East 'Fayette street;'from Ralph Hagan at Wright Metzler's or from Richard Tantlinger at Hankins-Paulson company. Beeson avenue. The committee, guarantees this presentation k be "tops" and al) for weeks to come. ' Paul Burton is a talented young'Fayette street;'from Ralph"naTan vaoknist who will capture the hearts -* TM-- -- - - - rv * lp " -»agan of his patrons not only by his brilliant playing,-but by his winning personality. Dark, handsome, and with a perfect smile, he makes friends easily and listeners will} Master Masons and Their leave any engagement which he (guests are welcome. treats and in duo. "LaBaladina"___;Lysberg Hall, Margaret Gunderman Quartet ,. Selected Ethel Earth, Thelma~"Lowstuter Blanche Toner, Vivian Beazell Soprano, a. "Batti, Batti" (Don Triangle Club Bridge Scores Announced! Anniversaries Was a Lover and His _ Hariis , .Navada Montgomery Contralto, a. "The Enchantress". u~~r,V;r" - Hatton o. Melisande in the Wood" Goetz Ethel Metz Choral, "St.-Mary Magdalene" --TM"T "DTndy Thelma Lowstuter, soloist Soprano, a. "MicacJa's Air" (Carmen) ._ Bij , et b. "Sing, Joyous Bird" Phillips Irene Wilson, 'ontralto, a. "Love, Lend Thine Aid 1 ' (Samson and Delilah) 7u""J^,r " r----·. Saint-Saens (b. The Guest"_____Eiinor Smith Catherine Allen. ] Soprano, ix. '"Love, Ply on "Rosy"' Pinion" (H Trovatore).-____Verdi b. "Ecstasy" -JRummell Eleanor Harris. Piano, "Moonlight Sonata" Birthdays Tri-State Bridge League Meets For 2nd Year Game Ten tables were in play last nighf at the White Swan hotel as members of the Tri-State Bridge league j Michael Zucci, son of Mr. and met for the second game in the (Mrs..Lewis Zucci, of Adah, celebrat- Dr. J. L. Messmore, of Masontown, one of the best known physicians in the county, leoeived birthday congratulations yesterday. evening of May Swan. Score sheets TM , .. --Croft photo. _ ^ Graduating with the Class of '39 from Uniontown Senior high, school in June will be Miss Lola Romesburg, 237 Coolsprmg street. . . Clubs and Classes Year Cup series. Enthusiastic plaj marked the competition and top scores were as follows; North-and South: first, Mrs J E VanGiMer,-. James R o b i n s o n 100 1-2; second, Paul Howard, Sam Shagam, 91 1-2; third, Dr, Harry Potts, Lawrence Semans, 87 East and West: first, Mrs. Mary Mead, Mrs. Herbert Guyton, second, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heyser 81; third, Mrs. John Angle, Mrs William- Ray, 80. , Next game will be the third in the^same. series to be played the - 1 at the White are now at the Region Electric company, Morgantown street. * * * ·" Somerset Girl Bride Of Young Minister Rev. William Morris, of Acosta, performed the marriage of Mtes Florence Welch, daughter of Mrs. Martha M- Welch, and the late Hughey Welch, of Somerset, and Rev. Brady Dennis, of Markleysburg, which was solemnized at high noon on Easter Sunday, in the home of the bridegroom. Only close relatives and intimate friends witnessed the ceremony. Nuptial music was played by Mrs William Morris. A supplementary weddirig dinner was served following the nuptials. The bride is a graduate of Somerset high school* Class of '35. and was a member of the National Honor Society. Rev. Dennis is a graduate of the Cleveland, Tenn., Church of God Bible Training school, Class of '38. Plans of the couple have not been announced. ed his birthday anniversary on Saturday. · . . . · . . » * Mrs. Elizabeth Stafford, of Coolspring, received tne best wishes of her friends yesterday, as she observed her birthday anniversary. - Henry Sighmln.'of New Salem, will celebraVrW birthday South Union Minstrel 'Wednesday 2nd Annual Show Eagerly Anticipated By Students, Friends Of School. versary on Thursday, April 20, with a family dinner. · · ' ' - . . - * * . · Miss "Honey" Gaddis, popular cheer leader, at Uniontown senior high school, and a member of the senior class, will be seventeen on April 20. She lives at 315 Evans St. Therese's Card Party Huge Success Those in charge of the card party recently sponsored by St. Therese's R. C. church wish to take ttiis opportunity to thank: all those who in any way contributed to the success of this annual affair. Prizes for the various games were awarded as follows: / Bridge: Mrs. D. A, Fiorini, Mrs. Jayne Heffern,--Mrs. A. Weaver.' Five hundred: Karl Chambers. Mrs. J. Mueseler, Dorothy Sante. Door: Elizabeth Ochvory. Other prize winners included Mrs. . Pavone, Jo Zack, Mrs. Ceredina and Mrs. M. Fee. Students and patrons of the j school second show which will be presented tomorrow evening in the auditorium of South Union high school.- Featuring the program will 'be a play, "Filming of TJncle Tom's Cabin," dances and'other numbers of unusual interest. Students from the sophomore, junior and senior classes^ are engaged in busy preparations for the production.. . · * * · ' » .April meeting of the Fowler class, New Salem Presbyterian church, will take the form of .a. covered dish supper and: hat social this evening in the church dining room. Each member is- expected to bring a trimmed hat for the social hour to follow the 6:30 supper. M«ri N«*Srf«r moRtUy paia and delaj due to soUitDerrouzafctiui, npotcre or "t"vn°r cmses- Ch3-A«-tear)i»iaoadBrandPill8«)ri effective, wli*hloftad«tr*Q«tekJUH«f.ScMby illdruggists foroyerSOjreaEi. Aricfof CHICHESTERS PILLS Eleanor Curry The duplicate contract bridge committee of the Triangle club announces a change in date for the seventh game in the present- series. The date has been shifted from ;^c:ssday, .May 26th to Tuesday, May 25th, the change to be for this one game oniy. All those playing in this series are asked to note the change. , Last week's scores were as follows: Horth and South, first: Mrs. Mary Mead and Miss Sue Hogsett, 81 ; second, Mrs. Donald Stone and Mrs. Hurst Core, 72; third, L W. Rider and Dr. L, W. Brownfield 69 . 'sonage of East and West, first: Miss Moldred! cil urch. Dr. and Mrs, Howard Johnson ol the Fayette Title and Trust build- :ng : celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary Saturday with . best wishes of their many friends. * · Betty Ann Brown Saturday Bride The marriage of Miss Betty Ann Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs H S. Brown, South Vernon avenue and Robert A. Dearth, son of Mr' and Mrs. Randolph Dearth, also of Mt. Vernon avenue, was solemnized at 7:30 Saturday evening in the par- Great Bethel Baptist Cowell and Dr. W. E. TrezSse, 83%; second, Mrs. Helen EarroM and Mrs'. Albert E. Coughanour, 76; third, G. S. Wise and Dr. F. C. Robinson 66%. The standings at the end of the sixth, game show Mrs. Mary Mead, U; Dr. Trezise, Miss MBdred Cowell and Mrs. Donald Stone, tied with S; I. W. Rider, 7; Mrs. Gomer Jones, Gomer Jones and Dr. L W. Brown- r tied with 6 points each. Rev. L. Spurgeon Clark read the .. Beethoven Ada Wattenmaker. Canta, "Mon Dah Min"_:Paul Bliss Club Choral directed by Therese Kochendarfer. Accompanists -- Florence Barger, Margaret Gundennan, Ruth Hall' Irene Wilson. Miss Catharine Allen is club president. * * * Oxford Class Names Officers Meeting of the Oxford class units scheduled for tonight has, been postponed because of the death of Mrs. Wallace Ryland's son. Officers" who assumed their executive duties! at a supper meeting Friday evening) «,* r of - T^- , . in the home of the president, Mrs. j f'l TM£?J*1 CO |.1 cto h. Meet- Laurel Hill Youth's Temperance Council will hold its regular monthly meeting this evening at the home of Mary, A l b e r t and Harold Leighty, of near Connellsville. The third lesson in the study course, "A Syllabus in Alcohol Education," will be discussed by instructor Rev. Floyd Reed, of the Dunba r Baptist church. . Meeting . is called-for 8 o'clock and a full attendance is urged. ' * * Attention of members of the Hoon Missionary society, Fairchance Presbyterian church, is called to tne postponement of the covered dish dinner which was to have been held this-evening in the church dining room. Further details will be announced. . * * Monthly meeting of the Daughters of the King will take place the social hall of Tlnion Grange will meet tonight in the Odd Fellows building. This will be the second in the attendance series contest and a full attendance of both teams is expected. MJSS Eleanor Curry, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.. John Curry, of Hogsett Lane,,was honor guest at a farewell party .given. Thursday., evening by members .of her bridge club at the White Swan hotel. Miss Curry, who celebrated her birthday anniversary March 28, left yesterday for Washington, D.' C., where she has accepted a government position. She was formerly Meeting is scheduled ror 8 o'clock. T ployed with the Richraond mamage service. There were no attendants. The bride wore a smart spring ensemble with lacy accessories and a shoulder corsage of roses and sweet peas. Following the ceremony the couple left on a week-end honey- er; an * P. E. Connelly, West Fayette street. They include. Mrs. Connelly, president; Mrs Robert Bryson, Mrs. W. D. Rankin and Mrs. Reuben Thomas, vice Miss Anna Wilderman, ing is for 7:3 °- Mrs - Snyder, assistant secretary; Miss Etta Allen Wilbur R. Dunn, teach- assistant teacher, Miss Mrs. Stephen Seman Honor Shower Guest Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Mary Seman, Jamison. Games evening, following which, dainty re- A^eshments were served. Those present .included Mrs. Ambrose Sofranko, Mrs. John Ruper, Mrs. Andrew Sofraako, Mrs. Joseph Arendosh, Mrs. William. Boskovich, Mrs. Joseph.Sepia, Mrs. Stanley Griglak, Mrs. Joha Krizner, Mrs. Stephen Regets, Mrs. George Cfaeranko, Mrs. Prank Collins, Mrs. George Banks, Mrs. Joseph. Karpus, Mrs. Lewis Butch, Mrs. Stephen Duranda, Mrs. John McBSto,,.Mrs. John Vacha, Mre. George McKito, Mrs. Mary Se- roan, Mrs. Harry Reagan, Mrs. Andrew Btifless,-Mrs. Stephen Bud-- 'Mr* William Hbvanec, Mrs. moon trip to Latrobe. They are new Flora wiliiai ns and Mrs. W. S. Bow- at home to friends at 190 South'M Vernon avenue. The bride and bridegroom ar both graduates of Uniontown Sen ior high school, class of 'SI. Mrs. Dearth, since her graduation has been associated with the offices of Dr. George H. Hess, Morgantowr street. Mr. Dearth is employed wltt Millers Motor'Sales -company p Marion. "' Brownfield-Caton Andmr Bates and the guest of honor, Mrs. Stephen Seman. · · · · · . · , ' : · · · . ; ' . · · . » * . ' Palmer Social Club Convenes JUdiet Social club of Palmer held their regular monthly meettnf re- oerrtJj at the home Of Mrs. Fred Palmer. Members of a new committee elected during the were Mrs. Fred Davis, Mrs has been made of the marriage of Miss Elsie Brownfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Brownfield, of the Morgantown road, and John E. Caton, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Caton, also of the Morgantown road, which took place on Sunday, February 12, in. the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Chester A. Thomas, pastor of the Church 'of the Brethren, near Bruceton Mills, W. Va. The bride, who was recently graduated from Clarion State Teachers college, Is employed *as substitute teacher In the Georges township schools. * * « Spaghetti Supper Bay Btttthart and Mrs, Jack Mc- Afcmbom prwent included Mrs, OUrin Matter, Mn. Walter Bamhart, Mrs. Jack UcXUnth, Mrs. lAXira Daili, Mi* Thtlm* Wbttml Mn. tUa Ado*?, Mm. n*d Davit, Mrs Hay Bamhart, Mitt Frances Cote and Mttt Ruth WhetMl. Tickets On Sale Tickets are now on sale for the annual spring spaghetti dinner to be held Thursday, April 27, in the Titlow hotel, under the suspices of St; Therese R. C. church. Joseph Altomonte is ticket chairman, and reservations may be made through members, of the congregation. Hours lor serving will be from 11 to 2, and 6 to 8 p. m. A delicious menu Is telng prepared by women of the parish. man. Unit and committee appointments were announced by the president members of the two units being requested to clip from this column for future reference the membership lists which follow: Named on the various committees groups are: Yearly social--Mrs. A. A. Mitchell, chairman; Mrs. Richard Sherrick; assistant chairman; Mrs. lodia Norris, chairman, dining room; Mrs Basil Brownfield and Miss Jane Rankin assistant dining room chairman; Mrs. J. M. Roberts, Mrs. Harvey Summers, Mrs. C. B. Garland, Mrs. James Thompas, Mrs. Robert Bryson, Mrs. Harold Hathaway Mrs. William Grassland. · Devotional. Mrs. Florence Beatty chairman; Mrs. W. A. Rankin Mrs' Wallace Ryland, Mrs. Harvey Summers. . Music--Mrs. W. S. Bowman". Miss Florence Beatty. .Bible Review--Mrs. Reuben Thomas chairman; Mrs. w. Scott Bowman Mrs. E. B. Jefferis, Mrs. William Waugaman, Mrs. Anna Snyder, Miss nora Wyncoop. Linen and silver--Mrs. W. Circle Eight, Calvary M. p. church, has postponed until Thursday, April 27, the spaghetti dinner which was to have been served this week. Members are urged to note the change in date. * * Class of '29, Uniontown senior high school,--will meet this evening in the courthouse to discuss further plans for their June reunion. Meeting will commence at 7:30. Thelo class, Third Presbyterian church, will meet this evening at 7:45 with Mrs. Ruth Frost, 502 Union Trust building. * * _Ladies Auxiliary to the Tree of Life Synagog will meet this evening in the vestry room s of the Syna- gog. Mrs. H. Gusky, president, will be in charge and hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. M. Greenwald, Mrs. S. Eisenberg, Mrs M Peril, Mrs. D. Schatten. * * , Regular monthly meeting of the Friendly Girls class, Second Presbyterian church, originally scheduled for this evening, has been cancelled. Members are urged to watch for further announcements. * * Delta Rho chapter, Gradale, win convene this evening at -8 o'clock in the "Y." The program will be in charge of the .social Miss Verna Woodfill committee, chairman. Guest speaker will be Miss Margaret Ritenour, of the Benjamin Franklin junior high faculty, who will take a s her subject, "Etiquette and Charm." and Flower -- Miss Miss Jane Rankin. Ra Chad Chalfant. Membership--Mrs. Robert Bryso Mrs. W. S. Bowman, Mrs. Jam Thomas. Sick Smith, Calling--Miss Etta Allen, Mr George Elliott, Mrs. William Long Mrs. Anna" Garner. Active membership of the class i divided into the following units- Unit No. 1--Mrs. W. D. Rankin chairman; Miss Flora Williams Nirs. Robert Bryson, Miss Ann Wilderman, Miss Etta Allen.. Mi; 3ora Allen, Miss Florence Beatty Mrs. Olive Davidson, Mrs. Eva Conn Mrs. George Elliott, Mrs. Elias Jef feris, Mrs. C. B. Garland, Miss Mary Kennedy,-Mrs. A. A. Mitchell, Mis. Jane Rankin, Mrs. Ionia Norris Mrs. Mary Woodward, Mrs. Kather ine Boast, Mrs. Ed 'Bierer, Mrs James "Christy, Mrs, E, L. Cramer Mrs. Perry FareH, Mrs. John Kay mond, Mrs. Bert Rankin, Mrs. Rich ard. Sherrick, Mrs. John Stumpf Mrs. Garland Arnett, Mrs. Roj LUCKY STAR TAVERN GEORGE SILVER'S ORCHESTRA Benefit Uniontown Hi-Way Safety School FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1939 FLOOR SHOW- $1.50 COUPLE chairman; Mrs. Harold Hathaway, Mrs. Reuben Thomas, Mrs. Anna- Snyder, Mrs.. Basil Brownfield, Mrs. C. W. Chalfant, Mrs. William Waugaman, Mrs. Ewing Dawson, Mrs. .W. A. Rankin, Mrs. An Gardner, Mrs. W. S. Bowman, Mrs. William Long, Mrs. James Thomas, Mrs. J. C. White, Mrs. Harvey Summers, Mrs. J. M. Roberts, Mrs. C. C GiUingham, Mrs. Fred Bierer Mrs William Crossland, Mrs. LiK;y'Dris- ooll, Miss Rae Smith, Mrs. William MeCormick, Mrs. Robert Rohlf, Miss Cora Wyncoop, Mrs. Samantha Wyncoop, Mrs, I. L. Coffman. Mrs. Elmer Dunn, Mrs. A. C. Sliger Mrs. G. Orval Rush. " '! ator company. Covers were placed for the following guests: Mrs. Michael Kelly, Mrs. A. B. Norton m, Mrs. Hunter Rcckwell, Misses Madelyn Haley, Mary Mahoney, Josephine Wood, Margaret Mittereder, Alice Reagan and Eleanor Curry. * * * Newlyweds Honor Guests At Dinner fresh from the Mr. and Mrs. Allen Porter Young will be guests of honor at a dinner given this evening by*the faculty of German township high school at the Summit hotel. A large bouquet of sweet peas will form an attractive centerpiece for the long table. This" will be flanked by baskets of Wandering Jew and tall pastel tapers. Mrs. 'Young will be presented with a corsage of rosebuds and sweet peas. Mrs. Young, the former Margaret Cottom. is a teacher of English in Georman township high school. Arrangements were in charge ' Miss Melinda Fiat and Miss Lois Rex. * * * 3rookvale Girl To Wed Thursday Announcement has been made oi the engagement of Miss Mary Margaret Culver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cromwell B. 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