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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 3, 1939
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILT.E, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1930. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Alpha Chapter of Phalanx Fraternity Gives Annual New Year Dinner Dance The annual I!ew Year Day dinner dance, sponsored by the Alpha Chapter ol the Phalanx Fratcinity, was held Monday at Horbaugh's farm. Dinner .was. served at .6:30 o'clock, covers being laid for thirty members and guests at numerous tables which were centered with bouquets of talisman rosebuds in crystal vnses. Talisman rosebuds were favors for the women. Balloons covered with the insciiption "Happy New Year," were used in decorating. Hubert S. Craig was toaslmastcr and introduced the sponsors and their ·wives, Mr, and Mrs. Ross 0". Mcdcalt and Mr. ard Mrs. Clarence O. Yaw. A questionnaire was also held, after which gifts were presented to members who were married recently. Those receiving gifts were: Mr. and Vrs. Clarence DcBolt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Jamcj I DAY OF PRAYER WEDNESDAY Program on "Alaska" Will Be Given Before Junior Culture Club The regular meeting ot the Junior Culture Club, schedued for tonight at 7:30 o'clock nt the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library will be featured by a program on "Alaska" to be presented by Miss Margaret Duffy. Hostesses are Mrs. Kenneth Louden, chairman, Mr;. Helen M. Luckcy, Mrs. Helen Hoover, Mrs. Evelyn Welkcr Graft, Miss Ruth E. Miller and Mrs. Mildred Dull. Miss Lois Keller will have charge of the business session. W. Swin of town. Dancing was the diversion throughout the remainder of the evening and an entertaining floor show was presented by John Luckcy, Homer Hoover, Graydon WHipkcy, Bert Fornwalt and J. Eis- Jcy. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. DcBolt of Point Marion, Miss Betty Ann Abner ot Kingston, Jamaica, and Miss Clara Bailey of Uniontown. The program committee for the dinner was Graydon Whipkey, Hiram Lcpley and John Liickey. Mount Pleasant Girl Will Wed Minister Rev. and Mrs. Q. A. Holsopplc of Mount Pleasant announce the engagement of their daughter, Juniata Ruth Holsopple, to Rev. Harry K. Zcllers ol Hagerstown, Md. Miss Holsopple is a junior at the teachers college of Temple University,' Philadelphia. Hev.' ZcIIcrs*, pastor of. the Church of the Brethren at Richmond, Va., is a senior at the Un-" ion Theological Seminary, Richmond. MARY COOK, MEYERSDALE . GIRL. TS ENGAGED-TO WED Mrs. H. Dalton Cook of Meycrsdale announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Mary B.- Cook, -to Willard S. Hahn, son ot Mrs. Cora S. Hahn, ol Spring Garden sticct, Easton. Miss Cook is a graduate of Juniata College and has taken graduate work nt the University of Wisconsin and Duke University. She is a member .ot the faculty. Mr. Hahn is State College and a member of the Huntingdon High School graduate of Penn Chi Upsilon Fiatcrmty. A!: present he is employed as a resident engineer with the General Slate Authority. FORMER LOCAL COUPLE WED SIXTEEN" TEARS Mr. and Mrs. George Struble, formerly of Connellsville, celebrated their sixteenth Wedding anniversary with a family dinner Tuesday, December 27, at their home at Nemacolin. Mrs. Struble is the former Miss Gertrude Rhodes. Mr. Struble is a son of Mrs. J. E. Struble of East Patterson avenue. C. D. OF A. INVITED XO RECEPTION JAN. 9 Court Annunciata No. 260, Catholic Daughters of America, has received an invitation from Court Pittsburgh No. 253 to attend a reception of new members Sunday afternoon, January 0, at the gold room of the Roosevell Hotel; Pittsburgh. Reservations musi be made not later than Thursday with Mrs. E. B. Small, telephone 1127. V. F. W. AUXILIARY MEETING ANNOUNCED -The regular meeting of the Ladies Auxillaiy to Walter E. Brown Post ol the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday night at V. F. W. Home, South PitUburg street. SILVER THIMBLE CLUB WILL MEET WEDNESDAY "Mrs. Harry L. Reagan will cnter- tmn the Silver Thimble Club Wednesday afternoon of this week at her home in South Eighth street, Greenwood. The annual exchange o£-Christmas gifts will take place. U. B. Church Meetings. The Win One Class of the Firsl United Brethren Church will mcel tonight at the church. Mrs. Johr Dickey and Mrs. Leroy Williams arc hostesses. Mrs. S. K. Huey will be leader. The committee consists ol Mrs. Ray Eicher, Mrs. Elmer Friend JMrs. H. E. Wcisgerber,'Mrs. Emcs, Whipkey, Mrs. Etta Forest and Mrs H.-L. Fullem. -The Women's Missionary Society will meet Friday night after the prayer service, at the home of Mrs '"". R. Zimmerman, 218 East Fairvicw avenue. Mis. S. L. Fletcher is lead- c Ncu- Salem Teacher Weds. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Louise Logan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Logan o New Salem, and Aided McGinnis son of Mr. and Mrs. George McGin nis of Capitol Heights. Md. -The cere mony took place Tuesday at ' St Mary's Church, Hageistown, Md with Rev. Simon Kenny celebrnlinj, nuptial high mass. The bride is a teacher in the New Salem schools. With Mrs. Harry Cause. The J. B. I. Club will meet Thurs ria;' evening at the home of Mr. Harry Cause, raintrr street. South Conncllsvillc. - AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The quarterly day of prayer of the 'ii-it Presbyterian Church will be eld Wednesday at the T. J. Hooper lass room. The meeting will begin t 10:30 A. M. . Leaders arc: 10:30 o 11--Mrs. William Wishart; 11 to 1:30--Mrs. S. C. Campbell; 11:30 to 2--Mrs. Walter Haines. Lunch will c served at 12 o'lock. The afternoon meeting will begin it 1:30 o'clock and Miss Ida Wolfe vlll have charge ot the study book. .Irs. C. C. Lcaplinc will be leader of he devotional period and Mrs. B. J Hooper will have charge of the litcr- iry progiam. The business meeting ill follow. CIVIC CHORAL SOCIETY WILL HOLD REHEARSAL The Civic Choral Society will meet or rehearsal at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of the director. Miss Helen Keil, 1119 Race street. It s announced that Important business i5_to be presented and the attendance" of "every "member Is" - desired. There .will be no rehearsal .his evening. _; The conccrfc'whlch-was. .to have een given Wednesday evening at the First Episcopal Church ins been 'canceled .because of the Week or Prayer sen-ices. Dr. E. C. Sherrick And Wife Celebrate Silver Anniversary Dr. and Mrs. Earl C. Shernck, one of Connellsville's b e s t known 1 couples, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary New Year Day at their home in East Fnirview avenue. Miss Gcnevievc Sherrick shared lonors with her parents, the occasion marking her twentieth birthday. Because of the illness of Mrs. Sherrick, a family dinner was served in her bedroom, A delightful surprise to Mrs. Sherrick was the arrival of her mother, Mrs. Annie H. Ivcs of Philadelphia, for the celebration. She wns given another^ .pleasant surprise when her brothers find sisters, residing in Philadelphia, phoned to exchange greetings and congratulations. The dinner and surprises were planned by Dr.-and Mrs. Shcrrlck's daughters, Misses Gencvievc, Doro- ary, Annabclle and Edith. The beautifully appointed dinner table wai centered with a large wedding cake, decorntcd in silver nnd topped with n miniature bride and bridegroom. Favors were small silver boxes tilled with mints and embellished on the top with tiny horseshoes. Another table was graced with a birthday cake, bearing twenty candles, in honor of Miss Gcnevievc Sherrick. Dr. and Mrs. Sherrick were the recipients of many sifts ot silver and floweis. Friends called during the day to offer congratulations and convey gcod wishes for many more happy anniversaries. In «ddltion to four daughters, Dr. and Mrs. Sherrick have a son, Earl Shcnlck, Jr. Mrs. Sherrick is the former Miss Edith Ivcs of Philadelphia. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE ·By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y Authority on Authorities" Auxiliary Plans Supper. Meeting Friday night at the home of Miss Helen Carroll in South Prospect street, the Carrie Kenyon Auxiliary of the First Methodist Episcopal Church decided to hold a supper Fiiday evening, January 27, nt the small dlnlngroom of the church. Mrs. Lottie Mitchell conducted the dcvo- tionals and Miss Annn Horncr, president, was in charge of the business session and program. Altrurlan Class to Meet. The Altrurian Bible Clnss of the East Liberty Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. D. C. While of Vandcrbilt. The new president, Mrs. W. K. Barrlcklow, will nnmc her committees. r Btrnraav. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Pcnn of East Peach itrcet entertained at s delicious spjghetti dinner Friday evening in honor of the eleventh birthday of Dorothy May Hani), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Hann of East Francis avenue. Places were laid for eight. The table was centered with poinscttlas. Other decorations were also in keeping with the holid.iy season. A birthday cake adorned with eleven candles, was baked by the honor guest's mother. Licensed to Marry. Marriage licenses were issued al George E. Ssntmyre of Scottdalc and rcnc A. J. Keller of Alverton Uobcrt W. Blackburn and Pearl Nit- eright and James P. Palonko and Martha Baluh, all of Mount Pleasant Mrs. G. C. Shupc Hostess. Mrs. C. George Shupc entertained the Friendship Bible Class of Trinity Reformed Church Friday evening at her home In East Green street. There was n good attendance. Devotionals were conducted by Rev. Shupe and Mrs. G. W. Pcnrod, president, was in charge of the business session. The rooms were prettily decorated in keeping with the Christmas holidays. Gifts were exchanged-and later in the evening the "hostess served a tasty holiday lunch. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garda of Mount Pleasant announcd the engagement of their daughter, Miss Viola Gazda, to Frank Kiral, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kiral of Southwest, at a dinner dance Saturday evening, December 24, at Penn Albert Hotel, · Grccnsburg. Places were laid for approximately eighty guests. A Yuletidc decorative motif was carried out. No date was announced for the wedding. Dorothy O'Hara Feted. Fifteen guests attended an oyster supper given Saturday evening iit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Bryner at East Connellsville in honor o£ the birthday of Mrs. Bryner's sister, Dorothy O'Hara. Table decorations were in keeping with the Yuletide season. Music and games were the diversions of the evening. Will Meet at Hospital. The January meeting ot the Hospital Club will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday aftcrncon at the Hospital. Relieve the Misery As Most Mothers Do Rub baby's back, chest, and throat with Vicks VnpoRub and tuck him deep Into bed. What a comfort to know, that VapoRub ROM to work right away to relieve the misery ol his cold without" "dosing"--without risk of stomach upsets. And what; a comfort to know that lonr niter restful sleep comes, VapoHub will still bo working-two ways at oncc- dlrcct through the skin like n poultice, and direct to the Irritated alr-passajres with Its medicated vapors. You'll find that often by morning the worst of the COM la m .-, .^ -- i TM VApoRuo/ Will Meet at Y. M. C. A. Lee Etta Lodge No. 515, Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood ol Railroad Trainmen, will meet ut 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night at the Y. M. C. A. Mtrrlcd 56 YCIM. Mr. a r J Mrs. Calvin Critchficld of Somerset observed their fifty-sixth wedding anniversary New Year Day LISTEN AND LEARN I IF* ONE OF YOUR opponents bids and--rQbids a particular suit, and his partner then assists It, how many cords have they In tho suit? Right -- at least eight or nine. If you have fcur cards of tho suit, how many can your partner hold ? Right --cither one or none. When you listen to ouch bidding conversation you may Icarn many things, If you also think--Including too best defense against the eventual contract. -A K Q "V Q 8 · A Q 8 6 3 2 A 7 3 A A 9 8 5 ' V J « K 7 5 4, K 10 B 8 5 (Dealer: North. Eaot-Wcst v nerable)- North began the auction on this deal with a bid of 1-Dlamond, South called 2-C!ub». North 3-DIamonds, South 3-Spades, North 4-Clubs, South 4-DIamonds and North 8- Clubs. Before leading, West reviewed the bidding and figured with North'u diamond bid, hia Jump In tho suit and South's assist, he might fln] ila partner void, ao ha led tho dia mond J, which Bast ruffed. East had no other return but a heart, as «pade3 hod been bid by South. He made too lucky return of a heart, which West won, giving him a chance to allow East to ruff another diamond. With any other lead the hand Is a laydown, as only one club and one heart need be lost. Tomorrow'" Problem K Q J 10 7 6 A 0 6 A A 10 8 ·V K J * A 9 8 4 * K Q 10 7 A K S 2 V 10 9 8 G 3 2 4 Nona * J 4 3 2 (»«aJcr: North. North-South vulnerable) What Is the best bidding on thia deal? Somerset Native Dies. Mrs. Elizabctji Meyers, 74, widow of Isaac Newton Meyers, who died in 1915, was found dead in bed at her home in Elim, a subuib of Johnstown, Th.ursd.iy. She was a native of mersct county, being born Fcbru- y 3, 1864, a daughter ot the' late ivid nnd Elizabeth Lohr. She leaves ur children, nine grandchildren, ie grcat-sr.ndc.hild, one brother id sister. CotFytiaht. 193*. Kins Features Syndicate. Inc. Hood Home Is Scene Of Attractive Tea Miss Katharine Hood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Hood of Trotter and cousin, Miss Virginia Cochran,, entertained a few school friends at a charmingly appointed tea Saturday afternoon at the home of -Miss Hood. The Hours were from 2 to 5 o'clock. Holiday colors were attractively earned out in the decorative- motif. Covered with a lovely lace cioth, the tc.i table was centered with princess pine, red winter berries and Ruscus* and adorned at cither end with silver candelabra holding slender red tapers. Miss Rachel Frisbce and Mis 1 ! Marrc Sanford poured. Twelve guests were present. From out-of-town were: Miss Ida Davis of Cresson, Miss Katharine Schroth of Indiana, Miss Marrc Sanford, of Mount Lebanon, Miss Isnbclle Lull of Dormont nnd Miss Eloisc Mullen of Wcstvicw, Pittsburgh. Meetlnc Announced. The regular busines sand social meeting of the Lottie A. Bradley Class of the South Connellsville Evangelical Church will be hold Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Charles Bntcs In South Pittsburg street. Meeting Postponed. The Naomi Missionary Circle of the First Presbyterian Church, which was to h.ivc met this evening at the home of Mrs. PrfUl Jackson, has been postponed to Monday night of next week on account of the Week of Prayer. If Angry, Keep Away From Mate, Advice of Cumberland Couple 1 Special to Tho Courier. CUMBERLAND, Md., Jan. 3.-Sixty-seven years of matrimony is a mighty long time--unless you're married to the right mate. And even then it's something of a record. · Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thompson of Romncy, W. Vn., repeated their wedding vows in a local hotel. Their secret of staying happily married so long and they think .some people need to be tolJ it these days, is simple enough. "Don't contrary your wife and don't let her contrary you," says the husband. "It's a question of give and take. When you get provokd at him tor a moment and you're bound to some, times, just get out o£ talking distance for a while. Everything will be all right," Die wife countered. LEADERS ASSOCIATION WIIX MEET WEDNESDAY Miss Elizabeth Reynolds will entertain the Leaders' Association at her home in 410 North Cottage avenue at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. Miss Jean Dull will be co-hoitcss. The troop committee of the Lutheran Troop will bo guests. Missionary Society to Meet. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Christian Church will meet at 2.30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the church. Shop by Trolley f With all the January sales going on, why not shop by Trolley! Merchants everywhere are selling excellent merchandise at bargain prices. ' The trolley takes you to your favorite store and brings you back again safely, conveniently, a n d comfortably. And besides, it's the cheapest way to travel. You save more than 25% when you buy The Trolley Coupon Book--the bargain of bargains. Coupon Books $2.50 and $5.00 Like to be dainty and fresh-then use Evening in Paris Bath Powder and Cologne-- · both for $1.10 Put your wardrobe in High Spirits with these Dresses A gay new print frock will revive your spirits just as water revives a bouquet of flowers. As this is the time of the season when wardrobes seem Hat and lifeless you do need something gay and bright. And these new print frocks arc just the thing. Styles that are new. Got a Cold? Going to Get One? We hope not, but if you do, here's a t i p . . . use KLEENEX in place of hankies Ijnxes, each with .11)0 sheets fsice and soft, easy to dispose of, seems to us there's every argument in favor of using Kleenex for handkerchiefs. Comfort-Making Time Calls for China Comfort Cotton u'l^-ll). Batl. SPECIAL AT We're prepared to supply your "filling" need. Your new comforts will he warm and downy when filled with this soft, fluffy cotton. Jn a 72x!*0 in. sheet. Sleep in'Comfort during- the New Year -. Tuftless MATTRESS $24.95 Value; " 1'eur Guarantee Tempered steel spring unit; sisnl pads; heavy felt padding; ventilators; handles for easy turning. Attractive damask ticking. A big value! January kug Specials! Get New Rugs for your home now while Savings prevail! $ t°,° 2vF f e Axminsters $ 24.I We anticipated a price advance and bought before It went into effect--thus you get the.advantage of our wise buying. Beautiful new patterns in deep' piled all wool rugs. Don't miss this special! Reg. $55.00 to $95.00 Chinese and modern, design Hindustan rugs. Also" Sanforstans and figured Twist weaves. Don't miss these great savings! I .

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