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PAGE TWO. TUB DAlJjY lAJUrUli.lt. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1039. Young Republicans Of County Entertain At Delightful Dance The ballroom of the White Swan Hotel, Unlonlowii, was the scene of one of the largest and most dclis'n'.- ful social events of tho week when the Young Republican Club of ?ay- cttc county held a dance Friday night. Tho room was attractively decorated with red, while and blue strcamcis, varicolored balloons and American flags. Many beautiful gowns were in evidence. George Silver and his Kentucky orchestra played and an entertaining floor show also was an added atUac- tion. The dance was the fust big social event sponsored by the young Republicans and was a success in every way. [Mt. Pleasant Women ' Give Bridge Party Mis. J. Lawrence Fox and Mrs. Rodger McNaugnton entertained at a bridge party Friday evening at Mrs. Fox' home in Washington street. Mount Pleasant. Six tables of contract bridge were in play. Prizes were awarded to Miss Marguerite Clark, Mis. Richard Berry and Mrs. Lewis A. Harrcr. Miss Martha G. Drlscoll of Sycamore street was an out-of-town guest. ANNA I). MEIKRANTZ, IIEAD OF CHILDREN'S HOME, IS MARRIED TO KAY NIXON Miss Anna Dorothy Mcikrantz, daughter of Mrs. Anna C. Mcikranlz of Homestead, and Ray Nixon of Un- lOntown were married at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the United Presbyterian Church at Homestead. Hev. J. Howard Dowds read the scivice. The bride has been superintendent of the Faycltc County Children's Home at Uniontown for the past sev- cn years. The bridegroom is deputy controller 01 Fayette county, with offices at the courthouse. MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS WITH MRS. O. R. ZIJOIERMAN The Women's Missionary Society of the First United Brethren Church met Friday night at the home oÂ£ Mrs. G. K. Zimmerman, East Fairview avenue, at the close of the Week of Prayer service. About twenty-five members were present. Mrs. O. O. Ostcrwise opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. E. A. Schultz. president, had charge of the business. Mrs. William Lawson gave a talk on "Stewardship," which was followed by a vocal solo by Mrs. J. W. Collins. Mrs. H. C. Shlppy, thank offering secretary, gave a talk concerning the work of the thank offering department. Mrs. J. E. Echard announced that fifty-eight, women had read three missionary books up to the present time. The first chapter of the mission study book, "Moving Millions," was given by Mrs. S. L. Fletcher. Mrs. Ernest Whipkcy assisted, conducting a quiz about India. The meeting closed with prayer by Rev. E. A. Schultz. CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY TO aiARK SOTH BIRTHDAY The 50th anniversary of the Children's Aid Society of Western Pennsylvania will be cclcbiatcd Wednesday, January 11, at the William Pcnn Hotel, Pittsburgh. Fayette county welfare workers are planning to attend. The meeting will open at 10 o'clock with a round table conference with Dr. Florence A. Browne, pediatrician of the Child Welfare League of America, discussing the medical program for dependent children. Lunch will be served at 12:15 o'clock. Dr. James S. Plant, director of the Essex County Juvenile Court, N. J., will speak on "Tho Child Search for Basic Needs." MILL RU.V YOUNG MEN'S CLASS HAS SUPPER Members of the Young Men's Bible Class of the United Brethren Church at Mill Run were entertained Thursday night at a supper at the church, served by Group 1. The group also provided the program. Twenty-six members attended. Next' month Group 2 will have charge. JOSEPH WHIPKEYS WILL OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Whlpkey of Pleasant Hill on the Springfield pike will celebrate their thirtieth wedding anniversary Sunday. Gives Reading. Among tho guest performers appearing on the Junior Culture Club program Tuesday night was Carol Jean Houck, who gave a reading, "Little Boy Blue," in a pleasing manner. Married In Pittsburgh. James G. Grassland of Uniontown announces the moninjse of his daughter, Miss Polly Cropland, to Samuel Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edna Pearson of Homestead. New Year Day at the manse of the Episcopal Church, Pittsburgh. Rev. Dr. Norman C. Milliron officiated. The bride is a former student at the Fairchancc High School. Uniontown GIr] Engaged. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain of Uniontown announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Doroth/ Chamberlain, to Charles V. Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kcllcy, of near Hopwood. No dale has been set for the wedding. Cameron Pupils Show Harry Bower Their Appreciation Fifty-six years old Friday, Harry O. Bower, who is serving his 12th year as school patrolman at the corner of South Pittsburg street and East Fairview avenue, was given pleasant surprise when teachers snc pupils of the Cameron School remembered him with two baskets of fruit and an angel food cake. Miss Beulah Gilmore, member of the teaching staff, made the presentation Other teachers arc Miss Eleanor McClflland. Miss Luclla Oglcvee Miss Katherlne Francis and Miss Mae Zimmerman. How-Med Clnb to Meet. The How-Mod Club of the Howitzer Company and Medical Detachment, Connellsville's two units of the Pennsylvania National Guard, will hold an important business meeting at 8 o'clock Monday night, January 9, in tho Armory clubroom. All members arc urged to be present as ihcrc will be election of ofilccrs. St. George Knights Initiate Tomorrow Knights of St. George, Branch No 58, will meet In regular session at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Frick Hall, Leisenring, whore a class ol members from Lcisenrlng No. 1 wll be Initiated. George Miller of Latrobc will conduct the initiations and members o the other branches of the lodge arc welcome to attend the meeting as guests of Branch No. 58. DignltarlC' from Pittsburgh will be in attendance. LECKRONE SCHOOL GIRL MISSING Special to Tho Courier, UNIONTOWN, Jan. 7.--Fears foi Helen Irene Read, 16-year-old Lack' rone school girl who has been miss ing from her home at Messmorc since Tuesday, were expressed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henr; Read, as State Police extended thcl search into the trl-statc area. Helen Irene, left the Lcckrom school when classes were dismissei Tuesday afternoon and "for the firs time in her life didn't return home,' her mother explained to police. SALLY'S SALLIES J O. S P.l-nl 0*.Â» It seems that some people arc always looking for an excuse to make an excuse. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on A itUorlUai" L E A D E R S H I P SCHOOL DEAN ANNOUNCED COMMON SENSE NEEDED NO CONVENTION, no matter how woll worked out, can ever be a substitute for plain ordinary common sense. A splendid device for locating aces and kings, which Is juÂ«t what the Blackwood convention Is, can do nothing but furnish useful Information. But a keen player will give careful thought to asks the partner how many aces he hold*. To show none, North would say S-Clubs; one, 5-Diamondn; two, 5-Hcarta: three, 5-Spadca; all four, 3-No Trump North of course answered the 4-No Trump on thin hand with 5-Dlamonds, ehowing one ace. This enabled the Souths to know thnt the opponents held on ace, so tho way he will use th Information I that a grand nlam wodld bo whlcb has been vouchsafed lilm. A 10 8 5 4 2 .. V K J 10 4 S 5 * A 0 5 A J 7 V 7 i 3 Â« A J C 3 A J7 5 3 2 V Q D 8 6 5 2 * T 2 A Q S 4 A A K Q 0 3 V A Â« K Q 10 9 4 * K 10 (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable. ) Two pairs In a duplicate game used the Blackwood convention perfectly on this deal. Then one of the South players made the correct use of his knowledge to pick the final contract, whereas the other went wrong. In each case South utartcd with 2-Spadc.i, North bid 3-Spadcs, then South made the Blackwood artificial bid of 4-No Trump, which merely siblc. But the small slam seemed ^rctty mire to both Souths. Ono of :hem jumpctf at once to 6-No Trump, which wan sat because the diamonds would not break. The other made tho correct final bid of 3-Spades, safely made because one ruff of diamonds prevented a second loser In the suit. Monday' 1 ? Problem. A A K 6 2 y Q J 10 Â» A 0 , J 10 4 3 A D S 4 V K 8 5 3 Q 8 5 , 9 6 2 A Q 10 7 ft V f) 7 6 4 2 Â« 10 9 .1 * 7 A J 3 V A Â« K J 7 4 2 A A K Q 8 5 (Dealer: East Both sldci vulnerable ) What 13 the soundest final contract on this deal? . 1938. Kinj Futum Srsdicite. IDC. ML PLEASANT MAN BURNED BY POWDER George Thomas at Hospital After Lamp Falls Into Explosive. OTHER NEWS OF COMMUNITY Hello, Coleen! Spocl.il to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 7.-- corge T mss of the Duncan Plan was bpdly burned about the face, neck, head and hands Friday just before noon. Mr. Thomas was work- ng In a [.mall mine near Old Raincy, taking coal out for hib own use when owdor that was being used in m:n- ng the coal exploded, after the light ll-at he was using had fallen oft his cap, igniting the powder. Mr. Thomas was taken to Frick Memorial Hospital, where 11 was said he was getting along nicely. Union Sen-Ices End Sunday. Rev. Q. A. Holsopplc, pastor of Mount Joy and Mount Pleasant Churches 'of the Brethren, preached the sermon at the union service Friday evening at Reunion Prcsbyter- an Church. These services will come to a close Sunday' evening at the Church of God, with Rev. Harold C. Bacr, pastor of the First Reformed Church, preaching the sermon. To Receive Members. An opportunity will be given any person who wishes to unite with tho church at the Sunday morning service of r c Reunion Presbyterian Church. Daughter Dora. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. F.arl Goodwin of West Newton at Frick Memorial Hospital at 12:45 o'clock Friday afternoon. Youth Convention. The Youth Fellowship of the First Evangelical and Reformed Chusch will be hosts to the Reformed churches of the Westmoreland Classls Thursday evening, January 12. A motion picture, "Youth Goes Forward With Christ," will be shown. The mem' :rs of the cast in making the picture are all members of the Youth Fellowship. Other News. Rev. William Zundcll of Harolds Churcli will be the speaker at the morning service of Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday. Mrs. Mabel H. Byars, who has been employed nt Cleveland, Is spending a few days at her home here. Miss May Griffln of Baltimoic is spending the week at her home al Kccksburg. ( Miss Eileen Evans, who spent the l.olidnys with her sister, Mrs. Homer Llston, and Miss Joan Daughcrty, and with her parents at Mellingertown, have relumed to Cedar Grove, N. J., whore they arc employed. riles Suit for $500. GREF.NSBURG, Jon. 7.--William L Clark of Donoia cntcied suit hcie against Wilbur W. Wilkinson of Smithlon for $500, alleging that on August 21, last, on the Smithton- ScotUlale load his motor vehicle was struck and damaged by an automobile ol the defendant. The crash was at a curve in the highway. To Receive Communion. Membcis of the Holy Name Society at Dunbar will receive communion Sunday morning at mass at St. Aloytlus Church. Jlrs. Robert F. Nccly, tho former Coleen Moore, one time petite screen heroine, smiles from her table in a New York night club. Dawson Grange Community Day Saturdayjan.28 Officers of Duwson Grange wcr installed at a meeting Tuesday, Jan uary 3, with Pomona Deputy W. D Hlxon In charge, assisted by Pas Master Ellis R. Murtland and Glen McKnight. The Grange is planning for its an nual dinner and community day Sat urday, January 28. Women \vil serve the dinner al noon. The lee turcr is preparing a program for 1h afternoon. There will be a peake Dawson Missionary Society Pays Honor To Mrs. M. Sfouffe A very successful Woman's For eign Missionary Society meeting wa held Thursday In tho chapel of th Philip G. Cochran Methodist Epls copal Church at Dawson. The meet ing was opened by Mrs. Thoma Charlcsworth, president. Fifty per sons attended. Mrs. David Husban nnd Mri. Roy Wilkinson sang a due Devotions were conducted by Mr M. Stouffcr. A circle of prayer wa a part of the service. The stud book of India, "Moving Millions was reviewed by Mrs. Henry Cam cron. Mrs. W. H, Moore prcscnte n missionary story and the work o earlier missionaiics in India. Rev Chailcs\vorth gave recent reports the woik being done by minister und medical woikeis. After tho business meeting th company adjourned to tho bocir loom where a committee had pre pared a birthday suiprlse for Mri. f, Stoufier, who was escorted into IV room by Rev. and Mis. Charles worth, the j?ioup singing "Happ Bnthdny." There was a large cafc with burning candles on it. Man birthday cards nnd presents were o the table for her. Light refresh ments were served by the commi tec. Mrs. Stouffer will be 81 year old on J n n u a i y 2G. Thursday Night -- 8:15 -- January 12th WI/T.Y BISHOVS A M , VKOI-'IISSIOXAL STAMP SHOW Paul Gannon's KDKA Revue Supported by An All Stnr Cast The Car Family--Pennsylvania's Bobliy Breen--Kny, (jiolcUc, Maude, May, Alpo, Doroihy und Helen--Eddie Holliit/--Hilly Muni---Hoy l,t'i--Anlcn Caett--Joint n n d .loliiinj--.Tlminy liorry--llorotlij nnd A n t l i o n j , HIP hoj and c;Irl Bonders. lev. N. W. Shollenberger Will Head Organization at Scottdale. OPENING DATE IS JANUARY 16 bpcclnl to Tho Courier. SCO'lTDALC, J.in. 7.--Hev. Norian W. Shollenborgor, pastor of unity Evangelical and Reformed hurch, will be dean of the school of cadcislnp training that will begin at Â·30 o'clock Monday, January 16, at ic Methodist Episcopal Church. The .school is being sponsoied by ic Council of Christian Education, chools, cooperating arc Baptist, hurch of Chust, Evangelical, St. aul's Lutlieion, AK'erton Church of God, Pcnnsvillo Evangclic.il, First lothodist, Chapel Methodist, Alveron Methodist, Jacob's Creek Meth- dist, First Presbyterian, United 'resbytcrlan, Trinity Reformed, First tailed Brethren, Owcnsdale United ircthrcn and Mount Ncbo United Brethren . Persons wishing to register may o so after the communion service t the Methodist Episcopal Church unday evening Additional regis- rations may be made at 7 o'clock, anuary 13, .it the Methodist Church, t which time tcitbooks will be dis- nbuted and .issignment of Jcssons nil be made. Edwin Kelster will he he registrar. Four coutses will be offered, IN: first to be taught by Rev. J. E. Lutz f the Methodist Church, second by ii.s Ethel Loucks, third by Harvey 3aughcrty and the fourth by Rev. M. Snyder, vaster of the Unitec Brethren Church. Oratorical Contest. An oraloriciil contest will be con- luctcd by the- Women's Missionarj Society of the Pennbvillc Baptist Church at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday eve- ing, January 10, nl the church. Along with the four contestants to be presented thcie will be special musical numbers, both vocal and nstrumcntal. The society extends a cordial invitation to all. Injured by Tall. Thomas Giles, nine years old, suf- ered a dislocation of his elbow when ic fell from the porch Friday morn- ng. Other News. A business meeting was held by :hc Beta Tn-Hi-Y on Thursday cve- ilng at the Y. M. C. A. Miss Ida iickcrnell, who sponsois tho organization had charge of the devotions. The new garbage truck recently purchased by borough council has irrived and is being made ready to put in operation next week. Chester A. Williamson, pastor of the Church of Christ, preached at the union church service Friday evening t the First Presbyterian Church. A congregational meeting will be icld next Friday evening at the Methodist Epi-fcopal Church. Mrs. Chester A. Williamson of North Chestnut street, who underwent an emergency operation for tp- pcndicltis at Frick Memorial Hospital at Mount Plcnbnnt Wednesday evening, is getting along nicely. News of Tri-Town Community Special to Tho Courier. DAWSON, Jan, 7.--Mrs. Othmar Hans has returned Homo after spcnd- ng a week with her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Charles Bosloy, at Mc- Kccs Rocks. Mr. Haas spent New Year Day at the Besley home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and I daugtcr, Nancy Mac, of Plttsbuigh .pent the week-end with Mrs. 3rown's paicnts, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Husband. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bicwer, Mrs. frank B. Galley and daughter, Ruth, of VandorblH motored to Bainsboro Sunday to visit with Mrs. Galley's sister-in-law, Mrs. Laura Taylor. Mrs. Taylor has been ill for seveial weeks. , iis Anna Belle Bnlkiy, a rcgis- teied nurse at the Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, spent the week-end at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bailey, of North Dawson. Janet Marie Brewer of Vandcrbilt, Mr. and Mrs, Ken H. Collins Â»nd daughter, Vivian Yvonne, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Haas of LcKcnring. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagcr and children of Pcrryopolis spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Moore of Vandorbilt. Mrs. Kelly Shaffer and daughter, Shirley Ann, of Vanderbllt were Un- lontown callers Wednesday. Mrs. Godfrey Haas of Lclscnrlng visited with Mrs. Othmar Haas and Mrs. Ken H. Collins Wednesday. Miss Nina Grace Smith has returned to Oak Park, 111., after spend- ing-a couple of weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorae Donovan ol Stajc College have returned home afwr spending, the holidays with Mrs n'b parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. ottom ir. and Wit,. E. S. Bailey of Norlh \ibitcd with relatives in tnwney Monday. "JA1 SAYS you'd better got busy--take care of that cold--remember It's Inside ami that's where to treat-It. He knows: He's used Father John's Medicine." It is not "just another cold remedy." It not only helps break up colds, but builds up the body. lt'i healthful, nourishing elements aid in maintaining strength, vigor and vitaliy. Merly Murphy Named Young G. 0. P. Head Meryl Muiphy has been named chairman of the Trl-Town Community Young Republican Club which held Its Hist meeting of the year Thmsday night at the Vanderbilt Y. M. C. A. .Other ofllceih chosen follow: Vice-chairman, Magdalene Herbert, Phoebe Giay, Anthony Rulli and Jack Smith. Secretary, George Rathburn, Jr. Treasurer, Wllmer Jones. The workers during the past year were commended for the faithful performance of their duties. During the discussion of activities for the current year, many social events were planned. Girl Born to Alacdonalds. A daughter, the first child in tho family, was born at 12.04 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Connollsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M.icdonald of 201 North First street, West Side. The baby is toe first ginndchild of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rcshcnberg of Brookvale and Charles Macdonald of North First btrect. Mrs. Miicdonald is the former Miss Anna Reshenbcrg. To Continue Services. The Everton United Biethn-n Church will continue the icvival meeting next week \% Uh services starting each evening except Saturday nt 7:30 o'clock. The public is invited to attend. January Extra Specials Regular 10c grades roll Regular 15c grades roll Regular 20c grades roll K Pint, Special . 32c Special TURPENTINE, gal. 50c 109-113 W. Apple St. Phono 90S. Comicllsvillo, Pa. Fragile garments need expert care! You can trust tho flimsiest fabrics to Goodwin's, for fragile garments cleaned the Goodwin way receive extra attention so necessary for their preservation. 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