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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLIi:, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, IDS!*. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Mrs. H. S. Robb, Field Representative, Will Be Guest of Leaders' Association Mrs. Henry S. Robb, a Held representative of District 3 Girl Scouts, will attend the meeting ol the Leaders' Association Thursday, February 2, it was announced at the regular meeting Wednesday evening. All Girl Scout captains, lieutenants, and troop committee members are urged to be in attendance as Mrs. Robb will explain thu new scout program: The meeting will be held at the United Brethren Church with Mrs. Harold Hoover, Miss Dorothy Ostcrwise and Miss'Dorothy Witt hostesses. The meeting Wednesday night was held at the home ot Miss Elizabeth Reynolds in North Cottage avenue. Troop committee members of Troop 3 of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Mrs. W. H.'Hctrick, Mrs. H. C. Hoffman and Mrs. B. C. Burkhordt nnd council representatives, Mrs. Frank VanNorman and Miss Minerva Kcffcr, were guests. Mrs. Carroll B. Fisher presided over the business session at which lime a Jenghty discussion pertaining to second class work as listed under the new program and to the correspondent courses being studied by members of the association, took place. Reports were given by Miss Reynolds, chairman of the folk festival committee, and Mrs. Kenneth Miller, chairman of the, booh list committee. The program committee appointed consists of Miss Katherine B. Humphrey, chairman, Miss Dorothy Sherrick and Miss Jeanne VanNatta. At 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, all scout captains will meet at the home of Miss Humphrey in East Cedar avonue to compile a list of handicraft equipment needed. This list will be presented to council at its meeting "Wednesda.. January 11, with Mrs Thomas Charlesworth and Mrs. Harold Hoover as representatives from the association. - Dr. Earl F. Harris Speaker at Meeting Of ..Hospital Club Addressing the Hospital Club Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Enrl P. arris gave nn interesting talk on Cancer of the Cervix." The mcct- ig was hold at tho Hospital and was ell attended. It was reported that everal Christmas, baskets were dis- ribtued among needy families.and lat toys were given to patients in ic children's ward of the Hospital. At the close of the meeting, mem- ers went to the children's ward to ee the improvements which were nanced by the club. The walls re painted in light ivory and the nneJs adorned with illustrated fairy vorics. The top of the walls arc jordcrcd with a circus scene. The ntirc effect is very attractive and dds considerably to the chceriness f the room. Vanderbilt Auxiliary "Gives Movie Program w_Â«-__ ' * ' Mrs. Edith Brown was hostess and Mrs. Gladys Rccd leader at the January meeting of the Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt Tuesday night. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Valentine, and a fine program on the "Movies" \ -, given. Members responded to the roll call by naming the best picture they had seen. Mrs Jessie Brady explained the diffcren terms of moving pictures. Mrs Jessie Brady gave the life history o Alice Foye, after which the life his tory o! Katherine Rawls was pre ,'cntcd by Mrs. Ellanoir Herron. ' At the conclusion of the program Robert Valentine, brother of the hostess, showed an interesting seric of pictures taken while on a trip through the United States and Mex ico. Mrs. Valentine and Miss Vir Sinia Edwards, both members of th club, appear in some of the pictures Fourteen members, including a nev one, Mrs. Carrie Collins attended. In the absence of the prcslden' Miss Ruth Love, a patient at th Connellsville State Hospital, Mrs Gladys Bctz, vice-president, was ii charge of the business session. . Mrs. Brown, assisted by her sis tcr-in-law, Mrs. Madlyn Valentine served a tasty lunch. The next meeting will be held Tuesday night, February 7, at .th home ot Mrs. Jessie Brady.. Mis Lola Newmycr will bo leader of th program. There will be a "pcanu sister" valentine box and each mem ber is to bring a valentine sreetin for her "sister." , ' LEE ETTA LODGE FORMS PLANS FOR PARTY JAN. 1 The regular meeting of Lcc EtU Lodge, No. 515, L. A. to B. of R. T was held Wednesday evening at th Y. M. C. A. There was a, large at tendance. During, the business scs sion, over which the president, Mrs Gertrude Lowery presided, an ap plication for membership was re ccived and Mrs. Mattlc Bowman wa admitted to "the lodge by tronsfe from Cleo Lodge, No. 158 of Scott dale. Plans were formulated for party to be held after the meetin Wednesday, January 18, at whic time "Capsule Sisters," for the pas year will be disclosed. The follow Ing coromlttcc.will have charge: Mr Alma Lowery, Mrs. Catherine Stew art, Mrs. Dorothy Lowman and Mr Gertrude Lowery. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Anthority on Authorities" VOUR HUNCH HUNCHES ARE all right when you have nothing else to trust But your guess rcgardlnR n situation should be disregarded If you have available name course of action which Is bound to work no matter whether your idea is right or wrong. In other words, prefer a nure tiling to a brilliant guess at all times. * 10 7 2 V A K 8 4 J 7 4 2 *. K 6 0 A, A K S 5 3 V Q 0 0 * A 6 * A 8 7 (Denier: South, Neither side vul ncrablc.) South hid 1-Spadc on this deal, North went to 2-No Trump, South rcbld spades and North went to 4- Spadcs. Tho club Q waa led by West and when tho dummy waa cxpofcd declarer realized he would have to lose a club and a diamond, BO that ho could afford to lose only one trick After winning the flrat trick with the club A, he laid down the npado A and when West dropped the Q, South, who knew him as an Inver- crate fatsc-cardor, figured ho also held the J. lie therefore played the K on the third trick and when he did he was set, i Declarer's safest play, even tf West also held the J, was to have played low to the 10. That play would have disclosed that the remaining trumps were bunched tn the East hand. When East then cashed the J, a finesse could have been taken through the D-G. Tomorrow'* Problem A A K 9 7 3 to trumps. Four Killed, 200 Flee in New York Tenement Fire Truckers' Strike Called in Boston A Q J 8 V A K Q 8 5 2 * Q 8 (Dealer: South. Both sides vulnerable.) What la tho safest way to bid Oils hand 7 IJJJ, J0Â« Yututi Spidlcitt, !Â«. ILVER THIMBLE CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. HARRY L. REAGAN All members but one attended it elightful meeting of the Silver himblc Club at which Mrs. Harry L. Reagan was hostess Wednesday af- ernoon at her home in South Eighth :reet, Greenwood. Mrs. W. L. Lewis cceived the award for a guessing ame. The president, Mrs. S. T. Benford, presided over a short uslncss session. Mrs. Reagan served delicious lunch. The next meeting will be held Vednesday afternoon, January 18, at he home of Mrs. A. W. Young, Race trect. ' UNION-TOWN" COUPLE WED IN PITTSBURGH CHURCH At 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at he' Friendship Park Methodist Church, Pittsburgh, Miss Vivian Slinor VanSickle, daughter of Mrs. .icnorc Hawes Case and the late E. E. VanSickle, was married to Howard Boyce Larlce of Unlontown, son if Mr. and Mrs.' Harmon Larlce of .fountain Lakes, N. J. Rev. Albert 3urry read the service. The couple vill reside at Uniontown where the ridegroom is employed by the Bell Telephone Company. MARRIAGE OF CONFLUENCE COUPLE is ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Bcggs of Confluence announce tho marriage ot heir daughter, Miss Janet Beggs, to Elbcrt McMillan of Washington, D. 1, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Mc- illllan of Confluence. The ceremony ook place Saturday evening, December 31, 1938, at the parsonage of the Lutheran Church at Arlington, Va. The bride will continue to reside lor a short time with her parents. VIr. McMillan is employed by the iovernment in Washington. Marriage Announced. Announcement is made of Uniontown 1 Musicians Will Present Program Before Mozart Club The Uniontown Music Club will ptescnt an exchange program before the Mozart Music Club Monday evening, January 9, at the lattcr's club room at the Carnegie Free Library. Members may bring guests. The following Monday night the Connells- villc club will give a program at a meeting of the Uniontown organization to be held at the home of Mrs. Earl S. Areford, Dixon boulevard. The program .for next Monday night is: Soprano, a. "In Autumn"--Curran; b. "1 Love Thee"-- Greig. 'Mrs. Albert Lochrn. Piano, a. "Spring"; b. "Carnival Scene"--Greig. Mrs. Neil Kidman. Soprano, a. "Drift Down" from "A Cycle of Life"--Ronald; b. "A Birthday--Woodman. Mrs. Joseph McNutt. Violin, "Romance" -- Wicniawski. Clifford Brown. Vocal duet, "Little Blue Pigeon," Olive F. Conway, Mrs..Joseph Mc- Miss Lida Hunt. Original poems -- Mrs. William Hiblcr. Contralto, a. "None But the Lonely Hart"--Tschalkowsky; b. "Clouds"-Charles, Lida Hunt. Piano duo, "Blue Danube Waltz"-Strauss, arranged by Abram" Chasins, Mrs. Marcella McKay Sica, Mrs. Ethel Gcnvig. Accompanists--Miss Helen Eckert, Mrs. Dewitt Conway, Mrs. Earl S. Areford and Miss Ruth Dunn. the marriage of Miss Dorothy E. Moore of Outcrop and William Barton of Morris Cross roads._ ; The ceremony took place Saturday \venlng, December 3J, with -.Squire Gruver of Georges township - officiating. The couple, will..reside' at Morris Cross roads. :._'._ ..".." Revenged? By United PnlM. ! NEW YORK, Jan. 5.--Fire swept through a five-story "Old Law" tenement today, killing at least four persons nnd driving 200 others into the sticct. The lire btaitcd at about 4 A. M., apparently in a restaurant on tho ground floor, and spread through the building by way of Â» wooden stairway. Tenants, inoit of them clad in niglitelothes, rushed outdoois where they stood shivering in the chill morning air. Many had paused in their flight only Ions enough to rescue pots. Clutching dogs and cats, they huddled us near as possible to the blazing building for warmth. Two cripples were rescued by flre- mcn after they appeared at windows and called for help. Tho dead were: Mrs. Georgette Daugnault, about 65. Her body was found on the fifth floor where sho lived alone. Mrs. Anna Lc Claire, 52. Her body was found on the third floor. Her husbnnd, William, crcaped with slight burns. Harry Argcss, about 22, and his wife, Reeky, about 19. Their bodies were recovered from a fourth-floor room. One of the survivors was Mrs. Clara Gomez who, awakened by the screams of fleeing tenants, wrapped her thrcc-months-old daughter in a blanket and rushed from the building. She and the child were taken to a nearby hotel. By United Press. BOSTON, Jan. 5.--More than 5,700 truck drivers struck at B A. M. today, halting movement of foodstuffs, gcn- ral merchandise and some fuel. The city-wide strike was voted last ight at a muss meeting ot 3,000 icmbors of Local 25 of the Internat- onal Brotherhood of Teamsters, :iiaufleurs, Stablemen and Helpers f America, an American Federation Â£ Labor affiliate, after a. month's fu- ile negotiations with employers. The meeting will o'clock. begin at 8 Phillips Girl Feted. Miss Margaret Pillar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Pillar of Phillips, celebrated her nineteenth birthday anniversary Wednesday at her home. The affair was a complete surprise to the honorcc, who was presented with a number of gifts, including a large birthday cake. Will Meet Friday. The C. I. U. Class of the Methodist Protestant Church will hold its monthly business meeting at 7 o'clock Friday evening at the homo of Lois Linthicum, 256 East Fairvicw avenue. Club Meeting Announced. The D. D. D. Club will niect Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul DeBolt, Hampton avenue, South Conncllsville. be hostess. Mrs. George Colo will With Mrs. J. C. Jacobs. The Friday Night Q. Club B. P. W.Will Meet " Wednesday, Jan. 11 The Business and Professional Women's Club will hold Us first meeting of the new year at 8 o'clock Wednesday night, January 11, at the West Penn Model Home. Miss Almetta Gay, chairman of the research committee, will have charge of the program. Mystery pals will be revealed. The president, Mrs. John M. Young, has called a meeting of, the executive committee for 7:30 o'clock. Nuptial Discord in Menuhin Family By United PrcM. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 5.--A discord was reported here today in the life of the youngest of the musical and recently-married members of the Menuhin family. Sixteen-year-old Yaltah Menuhin Stix's arrival from the cast with her mother gave rise to reports she had separated from William Stix, Washington attorney whom she married last June. To Meet at Vanderbilt. The Altruian Bible Class ot East Liberty Presbyterian Church ot Vanderbilt will hold its monthly business meeting at the home oÂ£ Mrs. D. C. White of Vanderbilt at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Acme Club to IVIeet. Felt flowers will be made at a meeting of the Friendship Club of Acme Friday at the home of Mr: Spurgeon White. Beginning at 9 A. M., the meeting will be conducted by Miss Mary Anderson. will meet at the home of Mrs. J. C. Jacobs at Liberty Friday evening. FANCXWORK CLUB'MEETS WITH MRS. JULIA COSSE . Mrs. Julia Cosscl entertained th GrecnwoottTancywork Club Tuesda, afternoon at her home in Isabel road. Ten, members.and. one guest j were present. Bingo was played,; prizes being received by Mrs. S. T. Ervln and'JIrs. B. S. Swartzwelder. The hostess served a delicious lunch, Ihe attractive table decorations being in keeping with the holidays. The nc:/ meeting, date to be announced, will be held at Crawford Tea Room. A turkey dinner will be served, U. B. Society to Meet. The Women's Missionary Society of the First United Brethren Church will meet in regular session Friday night at the home of Mrs. G. R. Zlm- mermman, 218 East Foirview avenue. The necting will follow the Week ot Prayer service at the church. Mrs. S. L. Fletcher will be leader. With Ella HeCflcy. Missionary Circle No. 1 of the First Methodist Protestant Church will meet tonight at the home of Mits Elln UctfKy, East Faicvicw avenue. Will Meet at Vanderbilt. Tho Entrc Nous Class of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Vanderbilt will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. Belford Angle. Mrs C. T. Troilo will be co-hostess. Gustav Froelich, German film actor, shown as he played tho raovio role of a British army ofDcer, was imprisoned lost October after challenging Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels to s duel because of Goebbcls' rumored attentions to Lida Baarova, Froclich's wife. Friends of Froelich ore reported to have horsewhipped Goebbcls for trYin? to continue the affair. . Classification of Teachers Is Given Approval of Courl SCRANTON, Jan. 5.--Judge T Linus Hoban refused Wednesday to ord"- the reinstatement oÂ£ a suspended school teacher in a case which her attorneys said would aflec "more than 50,000" teachers in tlv State. He dismissed a petition filed by Gertrude Walker, one of 22 instruc tors suspended by the school boarc February 1, 1938, because of decreased school population. At the same time he ruled the or dor would apply to r.ine other teach crs who challenged the board's action and to 12 others who did not fil petitions after they were suspended. Miss Walker had contended th board violated the Mundy tenure act in appointing and placing tcachei subsequent to her suspension on job which she claimed she was qualiflc* to nil. Judge Hoban, however, upheld th Scranton school system of placing teachers into the primary or intermediate grade classification, and upheld the bonrd's contention that an instructor losing out in one class has no legal right to demand appointment to the other croup in case of suspension. Harold A. Scragg. counsel for Miss Walker, declared he would appeal the decision to the State's highest court. Licensed to Marry. Marriage licenses were issued at Grcensburg to Joseph E. Ketch of Mount Pleasant and Margaret M. Pcrmuka of Central, Chelsie C. Armel and Florence Craif of Mount Pleasant, Joseph Andy, Jr., of Mount Pleasant and Agatha Soricc of Crabtree and Verne Blackburn of West Newton and Frances Shustcr of Hcr- minic. Stork at Hospital. A boy and n girl were born at Connellsville Stale Hospital over light. A son arrived for Mr. and drs. Curtln G. Shopler of Normal- Â·ille at 5:10 o'clock this morning and a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wohler of Perryopolis at 2:20 i'clock Wednesday afternoon. Joseph H. Muiac Afiempts Suicide Joscph'H. Mulac, 53, a merchant at Vanclcrbill for nearly 20 years, was taken to Connellsville Stole Hospital early Wednesday afternoon suffering from a bullet wound in the head. lie was reported today to be in a "fair condition." State Motor Police said they had been advised Mulac was wounded by a self-inflicted rifle bullet during a period of "despondency." ' Memorial Service. Members oÂ£ the Woman's Benefit Association will hold a memorial service for Mrs. Anna Sullivan at 7:30 o'clock Friday night at the home, 329 McCormick avenue. They are to meet at 7 o'clock at Troutman's store. Mrs. Sullivan was a member of the lodge. in every cup Father's Condition Fair. "The father is getting along as well as can be expected" was the verdict of the doctor after the stork had left n daughter, the first child in the family, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomus Constantino at 344 North Arch street at 4:45 Saturday morning. The formerly was Miss Anna Russman of Lcisenring No. 1, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Russman ot Dry Hill. The new arrival, named Gertrude Ann, is the second grandchild of Mrs. Rose Constantino, mother of the father, who is an insurance salesman. o'clock mother All World Vnr Veterans Are Requested to Attend An To Be Held in the Connellsville Elks Hall SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, AT 2:30 P. M. Thorp will lie good music nnrt jfoort speeches. You iill hear somethine that is of vital importance to every soldier of the World War. Present your army cliscliarpo, nn American Legion membership card (any ycsir) or have some one vouch for you nt the door. EVERY BUDDY WELCOME Tiie Genrrnl Public Is Invited to Attend. Come to Shoes for Business and Dress Wear . . . Outstanding Values at $3.00 and $3.50 .See H . Representative Group - of These Shoes 'in Our AViudows Today. An opportunity for particular men to assemble an entire winter wardrobe at savings. These are not ordinary shoes usually found at this price. " You'll see the difference when you try them on.' In black, and brown in both staple and novelty styles. 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