The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1939 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 6, 1939
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNETvLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1939. By LYNNE B. KINCELL- Mrs. Arthur Beaver, Department Membership ·Chairman, Will Visit Legion Auxiliary Jan. 12 Mrs: Arthur Beaver of Dravosburg, \7 TT ^(7 'department membership chairman of v ' * ' T v · the American "Le'gion Auxiliary," will jbo a guest at a covered-dish luncheon -to be given-BiG:30 o'clock Thursday Anight. January 52, "by the auxiliary _ to Milton L. Bishop Post at the Lc- ;gion home in North Pittsburg street.! ··. AH members are urged to attend i 'r.the regular meeting of the unit nt | E Brown Post of the Vctcnms of .-.7:45 o'clock Monday night. Plans (or Foi . cign Wa rs met Wednesday cvo- Will Be Inspected By Department Officer The Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter /the luncheon, of which Mrs. J. R. ^Laughlln is chairman, will bo com- :.pletcd. ··Splendid Program · I Will Mark Meeting v * -Of Culture Club " The Woman's Culture Club will be~gin the new year with a splendid ^jr.ogram Monday afternon.' TUe -suU- -jcct ls : "Is Truth-More-Stimulating ~Thn Fiction?" Mvs. Fred S.- Oppor- £num will -be leader and ftvc-mlnirtc 3alks will be given" fay Mrs. Thomas Qt. Francis,-Mrsi W. R. Bowden, Mrs. 3L,. S,-Elliott, -Mrs."'Homer C. Davis ;hnd Mrs. 1 R.'T: Sullivan. Mrs. H. C. '"Barrow will give a film review and "Mrs, L.^G. Hoover has arranged mu- ^slc for-the occasion. _ ~ - The-meet ing "will begin at 2 o'clock ~nnd_ will be held n't the club, rooms at IhVCnrnegie Free Library. Mrs. B. H,-,Willard,- president, ivill have chnrgo-of -the-business session. -"· Hostesses are Mrs. Mary Samuel "Marshall, Mrs. J. B. Tracy. Mrs. James A. Voorhies, Mrs. B. L. Berg "·and Mrs. J. S. Dctwilcr. ^WILLING WORKERS CLASS Z - TO FINANCE rilPKOVEMENTS '.- 'The "Willing Woi-kcrs Class ot the -Lcisenring Presbyterian Church met ^Wednesday evening at the home of Ulr. and Mrs. Robert Wnshabnugh, Rev. William H. Hamilton led tho devotionals and Mrs. W. H. Hess prc- .fdded over the business which took tip the cmtre evening. The church dining room and kitchen will undergo . a complete change. The former room will be p..intcd and the kitchen -win be enlarged and rearranged. ·Workers have always been handl- · capped by lack of space while preparing and serving suppers, main ·source of income for defraying cx- · -penses. The class planned to meet .at 6 o'clock this evening to present ·plans to the carpenters who are ·donating their services. The young men of the church also offered their 'services. Work will-be started im- :medlately. Announcement concerning an entertainment will be made in Oho near future. _ Later in the evening Mrs. Wnsh- "nbiuigh, assisted by her daughter, Miss June, Cora Belle Riggar and 'Olive Llndcrman, served a delicious lunch. ' CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY WOMEN DISCUSS INDIA In the absence ot the president, Mrs. James Charlesworth, Mrs. A. D. Solscon, vice-president, presided at the January meeting of the AVo- men's Missoinary Society of the First Christian Church, held Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. J, L. Kurtz was leader ot the program. The topic was "India and Her Millions." Papers were ' i-cud by Mrs. J. F. Rust, Mrs. M. R. Yqunkin, Mrs. W. H. Bcrgcr, Mrs. . A.; C. Berwick and Mrs. W. · C. Reynolds. ; Refreshments were served, hostesses being Mrs. J. B. K^rns, Mrs. George Freeman, Mrs. A. D. Soisson and Mrs. Ina Moss, AIRS. FRANK E. FREEMAN IS C -HOSTESS TO EMANON CLUB ^Mrs. Franl: E.-Freeman delightfully entertained the Emanon Club Thursday evening at her home in North Sixth street. West Side. Alter a brief business session bridge was played. . Jijgh prize was awarded to Mrs. Earl P." Weaver and draw to Mrs. James A. Cowgill. Mrs. William Fagnn received the guost prize. A towel shower was held in honor, of :.thc birthday of Mrs. C. H. Wcisgcrbcri The hostess served n delicious lunch. Quests of the club were Mrs. Fpgan apd Miss Kalhcrlne Patrick..._ -;Thc next meeting will'.'.bo hold Thursday evening, January 10; at.the of Mrs, Hugh SUllwagon,.North' street. -··;· ~"~ W. C. T. V. TO MEET " * MONDAY AT POPE HOME -The Connellsvillo Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Ctark Pope In East Murphy avenue instead of with Mrs. H. M. Chorpenning as previously planned. - Members arc asked to note the change. MISS DOKIS BROWN " · · TO WED HENRY LENTZ Mr. and Mrs. Leasurc Brown of AlVcrton announce the engagement of their .daughter. Miss Doris Mclba Brown, to Henry J. Lcntz, Eon of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Lent/, of · North HHchmim street. Mount Pleasant. : D A N C E To tlic ^Iiislc'of Sddic Hliiains nnd His lihythm ^Inkers, nt "THE MAYFLOWER" Boutc 119. Kvprsoii, 1'n., Saturday ning at the V. K. W. Home. In the absence of the president. Mrs. Flora Stirpa, Mrs. Mnrgarct Pickard, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Mnry Andis and Mrs. Nellie Rowe gave a report of welfare work done during the Christmas holidays. The auxiliary received an Invitation from Milion L. Bishop Post to attend an Americanization meeting at 2:30 o'clock this coming Sunday afternoon at Elks Hall. The president hopes that as many members as possible attend, ~ "· ' ' -Mrc. Jcnnin Couglianour of Uniontown, deputy chief of staff of the department of Pennsylvania, will 'attend the next meeting ot the auxiliary to lie held Wednesdny · night, January 18, for (he purpose of Inspecting the -unit. - Lunch will -bo served by a committee composed of Mrs.: -June 'Cook, chairman, Mrs. Sadie. Ballor,.Mrs. Sue Collard, Mrs. Anna. Tresslcr, Mrs. Gcncvlcvc Wills and-Mrc.-Margaret Pjckard.' A'. Wcinl hour will follow. Games will he plnycd 'and prizes awarded to the winners, DONEGAL W. C. T. U. MEETS The AT HOME Or PRESIDENT January meeting of the Woman's Christiiin Temperance Union of Donegal township was" held Wednesday evening at the home of the president, Mrs. Ida Burns. A birthday handkerchief shower in honor of Mrs. Ralph Saylor and an exchange of Christmas gifts were pleasant features of the social meeting. " . Mrs. Burns read the Scripture nnd Mrs. J. F. Friedlino offered prayer. The roll call was preceded by a song. Refreshments wore served. A most entertaining Impromptu program was given. The next meeting will _bc held Wo'dnesday.-'cvening, February -1, at the" home'of "Mrs. Samuel' Hoyman. MARRIAGE OF CONFLUENCE Mr. and Mrs. P;- E.".- Vincent of Confluence announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Cccilc, to Raymond Sawyer of Westvillc, Ohio. The ceremony took place Sunday afternoon, January 1, at the parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Confluence. The service wns read nt 2 o'clock by the pastor. Rev. J. O. Martin. Only the bride's parents attended. The bride was graduated from the Confluence High School with the Class of 1935 and from Moore's Business College, Urban, Ohio, in 1937. The couple will reside at Wcst- vllle, Ohio, w:icrc the bridegroom, is- a dicsel engineer. -- -- -- 1 -- MRS. HELEN REAGAN-GIVES. TALK BEFORE' SOCIAL CLUB Mrs. Walter King entertained the Women's Social Club'.of.. ICingview Tuesday evening at her homo nt Kingvlew. Mrs. Helen. Reagan of Vine street, female - probation and parole officer, .gave a.most interesting talk on "Social/Welfare.'" Reading's by members of. the club,followed. A delicious lunch .was. served "to twenty women.'.." : - . ' . . ' . · " ; ·'." · This small club, docn.n.grent dcnl of welfare work among needy children of Kingvlew. Called Meeting. A called meeting for all old and new officers of the Ladles' Auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans %v!ll be held. Monday night at P. H. C. Hall. The time is 7 o'clock. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "Th« Anthority on Anthorlttc*" TO KNOW EVERY SERIOUS bridge player should familiarize himself with the "Blackwood Convention" devised by Eoslcy Blackwood, of Cincinnati, to aid In slam bidding, which hns been gaining widespread popularity. Even those woo dislike .artificial conventions ought to know what their opponents' bids mean. Both for those who expect to encounter it, and for those who wish to use the simplest efficient device for locating their partners' aces and kings, a. presentation'of its modus operand! ·an bo valuable. . ' . * A K 9 7 3 v 4 4 K J 10 4. K Q 8 5 A 10 6 2 10 7 3 (Dealer: South. Both sldca vulnerable.) Reduced U Its simplest terms, the Blackwood "convention la. merely this: A bid of -No Trump, utter a satisfactory fit haa been ibown or Implied, «aks tho partner how Many acea ho holds. A rctporue of 5-Cluba shows no aces; 5-Dlamonds. 1 ace; 5-Hcarts, 2; 5-Spadcs, 3; 5-No Trump, all four. After response about aces, n bid of 6 -No Trump by tho original questioner asks about the number of kings held. To this a response of 0-Clubs shows no kings; 6-Dlamonds, 1 king; 6- Hearts, 2; 6-Spadcs, 3; 6-No Trump, all four. Tho questioner then chooses the final contract. .Perhaps the most valuable feature of such convention is lUi prevention of unmakeablc slam contracts. On the dcttt given above. South bid 1-Hcart,' North 1-Spadc, South 3-Spadcs, then North the Blackwood 4-No Trump. South an- .nvvctcd, wltli 5-Dlomonds, that he had only one ace. .0 North, knowing that the opponents Held two aces, signed off at fi-Spaden. Players using no special slam convention might easily have bid to six on this deal and taken a set when the opponents cashed their two aces.-. · · · Tomorrow'* Problem A 10 8 5 4 I » K J :0 · 4 8 5 "#" A:9 5 * J 7 V Q D S 6 5 2 4 7 2 . .* Q 8 4 A K Q 0 3 --V A - . -· ' 4 K Q 10 9 4 + K 10 (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable.) ,. .. . How would you advtoe bidding this hand? mi. K» ( Ftimrti Sftxikitt, lot. SWING CLUB MEETS WITH ' MISS KATIIERINE SANZONE j The Swing Club held its monthly meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mies Kathcrlnc Sanzonc on Limestone Hill,' Twelve members and two guests were present. The president, Miss Cclia Prichurd, vvus in charge of the business session. Attention wn* called to outstanding dues. Aller the business session dancing was also enjoyed. At a Jntc hour the hostess served a delicious lunch, assisted by her mother and sister, Miss Carmcl Sanzone. SrORTSMKN'S AUXILIARY" MEETING IS ANNOUNCED The Woman's Auxllary to Uie F.iy- ette County Kish nnd Game Protective Association will meet nt 8 o'clock Monday night at the home of Mrs. Charles Bryncr ot South Connclls- villc. Mrs. Charles Bates Hostess. Mrs. Charles Bates entertained the Lottie A. Bradley Bible Class of the S o u t h Connellsville Evangelical Church Thursday night In her apartment In South Pittsburg street. Seventeen members and two visitors were present. Dcvotlonals and the business period were conducted by Mrs. J. R. Shipley, the president. A short business session was held during which time plans tor the year's activities wero mode and committtecs appointed. Rov. K. I. Mankamycr closed the mooting with prayer. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. George Bfoir and Mrs. Lawrence Burke. The time and place of the next meeting will be announced later. Class Meeting- Announced.' The Onward Class of the First United Brethren Church will hold its regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock Monday night at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Groydon Whlpkcy on the Plees- ant Valley FIRST NEW YEAR / BABY HERE BOY ·· The first new ycnr baby in Connellsville and the first child In nhc family, is Albert L. Herman, born at 11:20 o'clock Tuesday night to. Mr. dncTMrs. Albert Herman at tho home of Mr. .Herman's parents, Mr. and Mrs...WIUIam Herman, Locust street, 'Sriydcrtown. ' : " " -" .'."'." Will'Meet Tonlftlii.'-' The Youth's Temperance Council of Donegal township will meet this evening nt the home ot the councilor, Ml»s Vcrnlce Snylor. An investigation Is extended to any desiring to loin the organization. FOOT-REST TWEEDIF SUEDE SHOES Regularly $6.50 $6.90 Illustrated is'one of several smart, patterns In black or brown suede-suitable for street, dress or"sports wear. Styled to .fit in the fast; movlnu modes of the j-eason nnd priced now to meet · ttw- budfjct of wise shopper*' (or quality footwear. Sizq and stj'lo : range .liuiituU,so . . come In 'fcaVly; ~-- Juniors' Officers To Be Installed Al Meeting Tonight District Deputy N. E. Murphy will install the ofllcers of Magic Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, tonight at the lodge rooms in I. O. O. F. Hall. The new membership campaign which will be outlined Is to continue to July 1. It wns announced that Charles Hampshire, Martin Gerkc and Paul Hosfclt who had been on relief have relumed to work. .Son Born to Goodwlnj. \ eon wns born nt 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Goodwin ot HO North Sixth street, West Side. Scolldale Coundl Jr. 0. U. A. M,, Has Officers Installed Newly i'cctcd officers of Scotldalc Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, wore! installed by District Deputy N. E. Murphy who visited the council Tuesday night. Tho sltift inducted follows: Councilor, George Wclsel; vice- councilor, Ernest Weiscl; recording secretary, L. S.' Shlrey; junior past councilor, Ralph Springer; assistant recording secretary, Orland Sutcr; financial secretory, Grant Orbin; treasurer, Isaac McLaughlin; conductor, W. M. Walker; warden, Joseph Killluger; sentinels, Hale Johnson and Joseph O'Roark; trustees, Earl Dull, Daniel Schwart and Elmer Blank; chaplain, Ernest Skinner; district delegates, Arthur Wcisel, Earl Dull nnd George W. Prinkcy, and nltcrnntc delegates, George Wcisel, Daniel Schwartz and Harvey Harris. District Deputy Murphy was accompanied to Scottdab by Alonzo Lcichliler, George W. Shank, James W. Prinkcy and L. N. Green. After tho meeting, R lap lunch was served by the social committee. Talks were made by visitors. DR. RALPH COX, STAR JUNCTION, HEADS MEDICOS Dr. Ralph Cox ot Star Junction was elected president of tho Foyctto County Medical Society at tho annual business meeting Thursday night in tho Unlontown Country Club. Dr. Cox succeeds Dr. R. A. BctUty. Other officers chosen Include: Dr. F. II. Harrison, Connellsville, first vice-president; Dr. It. . E. nalston, second vice-president; Dr. C. Franklin Smith, secretary: Dr. O. t". Kough, editor, and Dr. John B. llibb.i, reporter. Legislative matters nnd public health questions, including the work of the physicians under the Department ot Public Assistance setup, were discussed at length. Attention! I wish to announce to my friends and patrons that I am now associated with Kay's Beauty Shoppe, located at 101 Sellers Arcade, and nm ready to serve my patrons with better nnd better services. Miss Geneva Stoncr. Phone 223,- tiscmcnt,--GJnn-lt. -Advcr- Radlator Plant Working. lory period, 200 men have been rc- UNIONTOWN, Jan. 6.--Following callc to work at the enamel plant of a brief layoff for the annual invcn- I the ichmond Radiator Company. The A NEW H A M I L T O N f E H E is a new watch with a new feature! It's the watch with.the two-, way curve. I la spherical dial and case add the modern note of streamlining to. this accurate and dependable Hamilton, The case is smartly curved to fit the natural contour of your wrist. 17 jewels, UK. gold-filled, $52.50. Pay S1.OO Wee/c/y ' Perfect center diamond engagement ring with n diamond on each side nnd three- d i a m o n d Wedding Band to match'. Now yellow gold mountings. Pay 50C Weekly Credit Jewelers SECOND NATIONAL BANK BLODG Opposite Orplioum Theatre Phone 680 681-155 Prompt Delivery QUALITl"... SEKYICE ... LOW PRICES FOR 57 TEAKS. MORNING BRACER Coffee, pound T6c Coffee, two l-ll». cniis ________________ -..."3c . 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BEECH-NUT Specials BEECH-NUT Tomato Juice, 3 cans 25c; 12 cans.93c BEECH-NUT Catsup, two Ige bottles 35c BEECH-NUT Spaghetti, two med. ens 19c BEECH-NUT Pork Beans 2 nied. ens 19c BEECH-NUT Strained Baby Foods, 3 jars ...... 25c _ _ Many VarleUe.1 _ CROSSE-BLACKWELL STEWS Make a Delightful Dish-Beef, Irish or Lamb, medium can, ....................... ................... 19c CROSSE-BLACKWELL'S Ucef Broth, Crenm o{ Pen or Crenm ot' Toninto Soujis. 2 jned. cnns .......... .25e CnOSSE-UTACKWELL'S Orange or Grapefruit Marmalade, 11). Jnr ..... .. ...... ..................................... ; .......... _ 25c v EDISON MAZDA LAMPS, each ......... 15c _ 15 to 100 Watts Inclusive FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES Best Quality -- Low Prices VIENNA FLOUR The Old RcliiDlc 241/2-ib. sk. 82c f Cake Flour, w _____ ..,.«.... 21c ft box 5UN0TE Tapioca, n box 12c For a Quick Dessert .WALTER BAKER'S Cocon, two ^-11). boxes ____________ 15c KOYAL Baking Powder,. 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Legs of Lamb, Ib. 28c Sliced Bacon (Old Hickory) -lb. pkg. 15c;2for25c "Tin-: STOKI; THAT DOKS THINGS FOR YOU"

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