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January 4, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. UAlLTir COUK1ISK, CONNEI.i'LSVlLiTjE, FA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1039. By LYNNE B. KINCELL . Margaret Duffy Tells Junior Culture Club Of Trip to Alaska An inteicstmg piogrjm, air.mgcd by Miss Margaret Dully, wi.s presented at the semi-monthly meeting of the Junior Culture Club, held Tuesday night at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. The meeting opened with a business session, piesided over by president. Miss Lois Keffcr. Miss Dufty gave an entertaining and informative talk on her trip to Alaska, and then presented the other performers. The program was: Tip dancing, "Little Boy Blue," .little Rose Ann Collins, with Miss Kathleen Tievitt at the piano; marimba and piano ducts, "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "Glow Worm," Betty and Winona Boyd. At the close of the piogram tasty refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Kenneth Louden, chairman, Mrs. Helen M. Luckey, Mrs. Helen Hoover, Mrs. Evelyn Wclker Graft c Miss"-Ruth~E. Miller and Mrs. AlildrccTDull. The" novel appointments jwere in keeping with Miss Duffy'sjtalkr jrhc..tablc.in-thc reception room .was centered with two small igloos .with tiny Eskimos standing at either side of the doors. Tall ivory tapers burniiig in crystal holders graced either end of the table. The next meeting w l l l . b e held Tuesday evening,' January 17. Bandmaster Richard H. Gingrich will present a program. Dr. F. E.-Grossman Will Speak;Before Vanderbilt Club Dr. F. E. Gio-sman of this city will be the guest speaker at the January meeting of the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vandcrbilt at which Miss Hazel Clclland will be hostess Saturday afternoon at her home at Vandcrbilt. Miss Grace Snydcr will be leader and Mrs. Elsie E. Confer, president, will have charge of the business session. W. J. B. MAVOS FETED BY HOPPERS MINE OFFICIALS Mine officials of the Koppcrs Coal Company at Melcroft honored Superintendent and Mrs. W. J. B. Mayo with a surprise dinner Saturday evening, December 17, at the Dix Dining Hall on Route 711 between Indian Head -;and Melcroft. Dinner was served.at 6:30 o'clock and the menu consisted of turkey with all the trimmings.- · Places were laid for thirty eight. Included were officials of Kop- pcrs Coal Company, their wives, girls from the mine office, the personnel of Koppers stores and Manager E. D. Cooke and wife. .Robert Gracie was toastmaster and K program of talks and music was presented. Small gifts were given to .all present. At the close of the program special gifts wcrc'presentcd lo the officials and personnel «of the Koppcrs Coal Company and Koppers stores. Mr. Gracie presented Mr. Mayo with an electric razor and a cowhide tiaveling bag, while Mrs. Mayo was given six pieces of sterling silverware, an addition to the set presented to her at a similar occasion the previous year. The presentation was made, by Miss Lois Solomon. E. J. Hess presented Mr. Cookc with a gold medal desk type pen set. Those receiving gifts expressed thanks and appreciation. PAST CHIEFS GIVE DINNER; INSTALLATION FOLLOWS The Past Chiefs Association of Friendship Temple No. 25 gave a chicken and biscuit dinner at 6 o'clock Monday night at Elks Hall. The tables were decorated in keep- ng with the holiday season. Deputy Olive Henderson of Wllklnsburg was lonor guest. The regular business meeting followed the dinner. Officers installed y Mrs. Georgia Travis, Mrs. Delilah Soliday and Mrs. Bessc Conner are: 'ast Chief, Mrs. Pearl Flcshcr; most excellent chief, Miss Emma Welsh; most excellent senior, Mrs. Alice ''orkran; most excellent junior, Mrs. Sydna Smith; manager, Mrs. Cora .Vitherite; mistress of finance, Mrs. Ida Armstrong; mistress of records and correspondence, Mrs. Macic Roberts; protector, Mrs. Edna Blascy; (u.ird, Mrs. Matilda Fox; trustees: VIrs. Soliday, Mrs. Smith and Mrs Ada Mac Rlchcy; pianist, Mrs. Travis; press correspondent, Mrs. Smith. Miss Welsh appointed the following committees: Entertainment--Mrs. Sydna Smith, chairman, Mrs. Corkran, Mrs. Blascy, VIrs. Fox and Mrs. Soliday. Social--Mrs. Conner, chairman Mrs. Anna Mills, Mrs. Alice Bishop Mrs. Carrie Errctl, Mrs. Armstront and Mrs. Ada Wh'aley. J. C. BLANEYS. FORMER PEERY COUPLE. MARRIED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mis. John C. Blaney, well-known couple of Fayette county, quietly observed their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at their home on the Pittsburgh road, near Uniontown. Mrs. Blaney was Miss Lida Crow, sister of the late Senator W. E. Crow, before her marriage. The wedding ceremony took place at the J. B. Crow home near McClellandtown, with Rev. Bailey, pastor ot the Chuich Hill Presbyterian Church, officiating. For fifteen years Mr. and Mrs. Blaney resided in Perry township and since November, 1902, they have lived at their p'rcsenl address. They are the parents "of two sons, Harold, at home and Ralph CT, of Belief onto. Thcie arc also six grandchildren. ^Mr. Blaney was Grange treasurer for twenty years. He is_director of the Faycttc Stockyards and chairman ot the Fayette County .Milk _Producers Association. ;A turkey dinner was served at the Blaney home. An informal reception followed. Shilo Lodsc to Meet. Shilo Lodge No. 103, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will meet at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the B. O. Y. M C.:A. i: ' T. E. Auxiliary Thursday. .Trinity Episcopal Church Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the parish rooms. RUFFSDALE COUPLE MARK GOLDEN ANNIVERSARi Mr. and Mrs. George M. Shcrbondy of Rufrsdalc_ v celebrated thelr.golden wedding anniversary December 26 at their home near Ruffsdalc Hymns and old-time songs were sung by all present and prayer was offeree by Mrs. Harry Poolc. Many packages .containing, beautiful gifts for the honored guests vrera opened and presented to them by their eldest ion Lester. Later supper was served. George M. Shcrbondy nnd Sara! Frances Weaver were married ccmber 27, 1888, at Grccnsburg by Rev. S. M. Bell, who was then pasto of the Methodist Episcopal Church. After their marriage they located in South Huntingdon township where they have since resided. They ar the parents of the following children Lester and William Shcrbondy, Mrs J. D. Miller, Mrs. Harry Poolc, Mrs Olen Pfoutz, Mrs. Lucin Momycr Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mrs. Quintal Suter and Mrs. Earl Goodwin. Th couple's grandchildren also attendee the anniversary celebration. NEW YEAR FETE GIVEN BY SPORTSMEN'S UNIT Places for twenty-five were laid a a 0 o'clock covered-dish dinner giver Saturday evening at the home of Mrs R. T. Sullivan in East Francis avc nue by the_Woman's Auxiliary to th Fayette Cotirity^.Flsh _and Game Pro tectivc Association. "-Husbands an friends of members \vcre guests. Five hundred supplemented th dinner," five tables of players particl paling In the games. Prizes were woi by the following: High, C. Roy Mil ler'nnd 'Mrs. James Cole; seconc Wheeler Miles nnd"; Mrs. Rnlpl Grimm. The door prize was reccivcc by Mrs. Wheeler Miles. After watch in. the old year out and the new on in, _ games were ployed. Lunch v wa served. E. L. C. E. Will Meet. All members of the South Con ncllsville Evangelical Church win are aflllia.tcd with the E. L. C. E. ar requested to be at the church at 0:41 o'clock Friday evening. From then they will go to the Scottdale Evan gclical Church fo:- the reorganization of the John Heir or Union to whicf the South Conncllsville union be longs. The president desires a goo representation from this district. I Sewlnsr Circle to Meet. The Thursday Afternoon Sewin; Circle will meet Thursday aftcrnoor at the home of Mrs. A. R. Mansber g'er in East Crawford avenue. All World AVni: Vctcrnns Arc Jtequcsteil to Attend An To Be Held in the Connellsville Elks Hall SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, AT 2:30 P. M. There «ill he ;:iod music nml puoA spuvehe*. You -nill hear something that N of l i t n l importune**, to f\cr\ soldier of the World "\Vnr. Present your army discharge, nn American legion nicmherslii]} card (any year) or have some-one -vouch for you at the door. EVERY BUDDY WELCOME The General Public Is Imitcil lo A t t e n d . BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y 'I "The Authority on AnthorltiM" '· i . , WHAT IS A GOOD HAND ANSWERING THAT question correctly depends upon the circumstances. Many n holding which would bo worthless as a dummy Is valuable if Its owner is declarer at its longest suit A partner with a fair amount of high card strength and a moderate fit for the trumps can 'turn mere long suits of small cards into very valuable assets. 4 8 » A T * « K Q J 10 7 6 J. A 9 6 4-Diamond bid because his hand provided no entries for his partner. However, with a vulnerable partner bidding and rcblddlng with no encouragement. South decided to gamble on 4-Hcarta, figuring the damage could be no worse than at 1-Dlamoncts. West led the spade Q which East won with the A. He returned the club K to the A. Declarer led tho diamond K and tossed a club when East fulled to cover. This was followed with the Q. East held off again and another club was discorded. When the J was covered, South ruffed and led to the Heart A. He then gave up a heart and a club. · · · Tomorrow's Problem. A A K 3 2- V 10 0 8 5 3 2 4 None * J * 3 2 (Dealer: North._North-South vul ncrablc) One diamond was North's open' ing bid on this flcal and East overcalled 7.wlUi 1-No Trump. South passed and West bid 2-Spadcs. North retold his diamonds at the three lavel and East old 8-Spadcs. South and West passed and North bid 4-Dlamonds. ' When East failed to put In another bid. South was In a quandary. Ho feared the consequences of the CopTiitbt. 195S. Kins A Q A A K S S 3 'J Q 6 5 4." A 6'. . A A 8 T. _ (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable) With the club Q~ led against his contract of 4-Spadcs, how should South plan the hand? Fntura Srndicdc. Inc. U. B. WIN ONE CLASS PLANS BANQUET FOR FEBRUARY 21 The Win One Class of the First United Brethren Sunday School met Tuesday night at the church. Devo- lionals were in charge of Mrs. S. K. Huey. Mrs. E. A. Schultz offered prayer. Mrs. Theodore Mickey read the Scripture. A duct, "There's Beauty All Around," was sung by J. W. Collins and Mrs. William E. Biscl. A reading, "Ten Commandments for Marriage," was given Mrs. H. A. Stephcnson, after which a talk on "Causes of Broken Homes," was given by Mrs. S. K. Hucy. The business session was in charge of Mrs. Sara Liston. It was decided to hold a class banquet Tuesday evening, February 21, at the church. The Lord's Prayer, repeated in unison, closed the meeting. A delicious lunch, was served at Fellowihip Hall by the co-hostesses, Mrs. Lee Williams and Mrs. John Dickey, assisted " by ' Mrs. Ernest Whipkcy, Mrs. H. E. Weibgcrbcr, Mis. Etta Forest, Mrs. Elmer Friend and Mrs. Ray Eicher. Twenty members and one guest were present.] TWIN SISTERS QUIETLY MARK 90TH BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Matilda Maust of Uniontown and Mrs. Eliza Harris of Balsingcr, Faycttc county's oldest twins, quietly celebrated their ninetieth birthdays today with a family dinner, served at noon at the Harris home. A birthday cake adorned the table. Mrs. Maust and Mrs. Harris are daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson of German township and aunts ot Dr. L. D.ilo Johnson of Race street. They were born January 4, 1849. Mrs. Alberta Smith of East Connellsville, a niece, and Mrs. L. Dale Johnson called nt the Harris home home this afternoon to extend congratulations and best wishes. SUCCESSFUL PARTY GIVEN BY FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY A benefit card and bingo party w?s given Monday night by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company. Tables were arranged in the firemen's rooms. Prizes were w. .1 by the following: Five hundred--high, Miss Catherine Dye; second, Mrs. Howard Adams; third, Mrs. Ida Shccscr; bingo- high, Mrs. James Waliion; second, Mrs. S. B. Miller: third. Mrs. Piern; special bingo--Mrs. "Shnllcnbcrf?cr and Ttliss Catherine Dye; door--Mrs. J. D. Mortimer. There was a good attendance and after the games lunch was served. - ~ I. C. E. ENDEAVORERS TO MEET THURSDAY NIGHT The regular meeting ot the Intermediate Christian Endeavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church will be held Thursday evening after the Week of Prayer service. Officers and chairmen arc requested to come prepared to give written reports. One hundred pei cent reports will result in live credits toward the county goals oi the society. An effort is being made to secure Robert Williams as a special speaker for the occasion. Mr. Williams recently attended a Christian Kndcivo convention in Arizona nnd his talk promises to be of interest. Rober Frazicr and Mary Louise Bui key will give reports of the annual midyear banquet. O. R. C. AUXILIARY OFFICERS INSTALLED The regular meeting of Coke Region Division No. 187, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conduc tors, was held Tuesday afternoon in the Y. M. C. A. During the session Mrs. Eleanor Lilley, a new member was presented with a jubilee pin from the grand lodge in Columbus Ohio. The following officers wen installed: President, Mrs. Pear Knight; secretary-treasurer, Mrs Helen Conner; senior sister, Mrs Margaret Mickey; junior sister, Mrs Francos Treutle, and trustees, Mrs Sarah Moore, Mrs. Rose Lingenflch und Mrs. Alice Showman. Vice president, Mrs. Agnes Sccsc. and guard, Mrs. Maude Mccse, were un able to attend. They will be installed later. ATHENS TEMI'LE INSTALLS OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR Athens Temple of the Pythian Sis tore installed the following officers its meeting Tuesday evening at th Elks Home: Past Chief, Mrs. Eliza both Mosley; excellent chief, Mrs Vera Conawny; senior, Mrs. Nell Me Cormlck; junior, Mrs. Opal Rehanek m.inagcr, Mrs. Hazel Conaway; mis tress of records and correspondence Mrs. Hazel Humbert; mistress ot fl nance, Mrs. Edith DeBoH; prlector Mrs. Evelyn Conaway; outer guard Mrs. Dorothy Conaway. A. 1'OKKMAX BKAUTY SHOITE PERMANENTS SI.OO AND UP. Shampoo and Flnecr Wave, Roth for 35c. Phone 2038-M, WIN 5500.00 WIN .... 400.00 WIN ' 300.00 WIN 200.OO WIN 100.00 / uJ8th ,° =^T «»·»«·· lwwnWXUtHim.6ow.nl n«we"r n |s C co r rr«'t 0 you win «' lh * ·"""· et · ""nam MnU Sbr coivo AT ONCE, freo. your Second Prize$500.00 Third Prize$400.00 Fourth Prize $300.00 etc. Duplicate ptintJneiM of t*i Start NOW! Send In Your Anawer to the Movie Scramble above. Hurry. DON'T DELAY.- Use This Coupon MAIL NOW Manacrr MOVIK SCKAMBLLS, ZOO K. Second St, Wlnona, Minn. My Answer . Jlfy Kinr. . StfHt Send Me «hc Free Picture Qml: in »quA IDonAmech. J Senji H.m. 3 ShuU? TuapU below pknir« duirtd. n Tyron. Pow.c Q Atlc* Ftv« QFrcddit Btnholomtw ogles' New Year Fete Is Attended by 200 About two hundrcc' couples at- mded n delightful New Year party, ponsorcd by the Fraternal Older of glcs of Connellsville, Sunday. The ffalr was in the form of a cabaret arty and "'c professional floor show, nc of the highlights, well received, y the large audience. The hall was eautifully decorated, Yulelidc colors' cing carried out. Trinkets and oibcmakers weie passed among the rowd and added to the merrymak- ng. Dancing was enjoyed to music y John Kiferlc and his orchestra. The Eagles Booster Club, which is esponsible for holding these affairs or the public, is again ready to func- on. The club dispensed with events uring the months of December be- ause of the holiday season. Com- ng events will be announced. Public Health Meeting At Uniontown Jan. 1| The annual public health meeti: of the auxiliary to the Fayettc County Medical Society will be held at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, January 12, m the auditorium of the county uildmg in Uniontown. Dr. C. L. Palmer of Pittsburgh, (.hairman of the public relations committee of the Pennsylvania State Wcdicul Society, will be the speaker. "Socialized Medicine," is his topic. The public and members of the profession are invited. \VIS AUMSTROXG BRIDE OF CUMBERLAND MAN Mr. and Mis. George Weber of Cumberland, Md., announce the marriage of their son, William A. Veber, to Avis Armstrong of this ity. The ceremony took place Thuisday, December 29, at the par- onage of St. Luke's Lutheran Church Church, Cumberland. Rev. Dr. H. Hall Sharp officiated. Marriage Announced. Miss Josephine Haer, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Haer of Garett, H. D., and Joseph Bush of Mount 'leasant were married recently in 'ittsburgh. Mrs. Bush wns graduated rom the Mcyersdale High School and ndiana State Teachers College. She s a teacher at the Crossroads school, Somerset county. With Mrs. W. K. Lambic. Mrs. W. K. Lambie of 211 East -cdar avenue will be hostess to the 'hilnthej Cl;iss of the-First Baptist Church Thursday evening. The nccting will convene at 8 o'clock. Assisting Mrs. Lambic will be Mrs. Idrlc Howard, Mrs. Grace Black, Mrs. Sarah Fenstcrmacher and Mrs. Mary Keslcr. Meeting Postponed. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Jrccnwood Methodist Eplscopa Church, scheduled to mceC Thursday evening, has postponed the meeting until next Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock due to the observance of Week of Prnycr this week. Mrs. Ira Joynes will entertain the scciety at her homo in Green street, Greenwood. Continued Rise in Business Forecast PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 4. --The Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank noted that business conditions in the district have "impiovcd substantially since the middle of the summer" and forecast a continued rise. Dr. J. Paul Proudfit To Join Clink Staff At Washington, Pa, Dr. J. Pnul ProudfH, former resident physician at Connellsville State . Hospital, will go to Washington, Pa., tomonow morning where he will join the staff of the McCullough Clinic. Dr. Proudftt, a son of the late Rev. J. L. Proudllt, retired pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, and Mrs. Proudfit of West Cedar avenue, has been practicing here since September 1. For IS months prior to that time he was resident physician at the Hospital. The young physician graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 1935. Major Lancaster Promoted. Major Joseph L. Lancaster, former unit instructor of the 394th Infantry, has been promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel in command of the First Battalion, 14th U. S. Infantry, at Fort Davis, Panama Canal Zone. Colonel Lancaster had been located ut Uniontown for several years until last August when he was succeeded by Major Lee V. Hunnicutt. Covered-Dish Supper. The Daughters of the Union Vcteians of the Civil War will hold their regular meeting Friday night at Elks Hall. A covered-dish supper, to be served at 6 o'clock, will precede the meeting. Each member is to bring plate and silverware. Officers will be installed. Fractures Right Hip. James Jones, nine years old, son of M:. and Mrs. Ted Jones of Hyndman street. South Connellsville, suffered a fractured right hip when he fell oft a play wagon Monday. He was taken to the Hospital for treatment. Sportsmen Meet Friday. Westmoreland county sportsmen will meet at 8 o'clock Friday night in Grccnsburg Y. M. C. A. to hear reports on the antlerless deer kill last month and also plans for the annual banquet. Stork at Hospital. A son was born at 9:15 o'clock this morning at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Martin French of Dawson. Priccdalc Woman Dead. Mrs. Goldie Bell Burgess, 54, wife of William Burgess, died Sunday at her home at Pricedalc. At the first s ... Quickl use this specialized aid for nose and upper throat..-where most colds start. Helps present many colds. VlCKS ·SPOTTO'Si Medical Auxiliary lo Meet. The auxiliary to the Fayctlc County Medical Society will meet Thursday cvcnir.g at White Swan Efotcl, Uniontown. AH members arc requested to attend as it is .1 special business meeting. Medical Auxiliary lo Meet. The auxiliary to the Fayette County Medical Society will meet Thursday evening nt While Swjn Hotel, Uniontown. All members are requested to attend as it is a special business meeting. Notice I. O. O. F. All members of Degree Team requested to be pros-cut. Thursday, J.muary 5th, to confer Initiatory Degree. Clalr Mullen, N. G.--Adver- tisement.--4jnn-lt. Each room lot con- alsls of 10 rolls wall, 20 yds. border, 6 rolls Cellini. 813 W. Crawford Avc. Phone 793. HE: "Where'd you get all the swell red t o w e l s ? " SHE: x \ '. . At the WHITE SALES . . . naturally!" This is another of those things that husbands never understand . . . why the January White Sales are a riot of color in towels and tinted sheets and table linen and,dish towels.. But women understand that our White Sales today are not just a sweep-up of ali the soiled odds and ends of a' year's merchandising. Store buyers plan months ahead for the freshest, most colorful, most spring-like assortments . . . all priced so temptingly that even January pocketbooks open-up and let you shop. Of course ,the bargain tables are present too . . . and this is the thrifty time to stock your shelves with staple sheets and spreads. But this year, as never before, there are "specials" on smart, fashion-wise bath linens, bed linens, table linens.' You can find them, first . . . right here and now in this newspaper. Why not look up the White Sales advertisements, read the good news, and see the good buys.

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