The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 9, 1939 · Page 2
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January 9, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THlfi UAlljy. UUUKIlliK, CJUNNEljLiSVlLiLilS, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1030. By LYKNt! B. K1NCELL Lilyan Mervis Wed at Home Ceremony To Maurice A. Cohen of Pittsburgh At 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Miss Lilyan Sylvia Men-is, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanucl Mervis of 204 West Green street, became the bride of Maurice Aaron Cohen, son of Mrs. Meyer Cohen of Pittsburgh, in the presence of close relatives and friends of the two families. The wedding took place at the Mcrvis home with Rabbi Julius Washer of Uniontown, performing the ceremony before an improvised altar of clbot- ium ferns and palms, arranged in front of the fireplace. A bower was formed of palms. A brief recital of nuptial music preceded the ceremony. Two vocal solos, "I Love You Truly" and "O Promise Me," were sung by Miss Betty Lee Dixon. Richard Gingrich, violinist, played Wagner's wedding march from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party came into the room and the 1 wedding inarch from "Midsummer's Night'Dream," Mendelssohn, at the close of the ceremony. The'briie, given in marriage by her "fRlhe'r, :.was~aUractivc.'.1n a pale violet crepe'drcss with a pleated skirt, topped with an eton jocket .with a Peter Pan collar , and Schapcrclli shoulders with long tight sieves. She wore a cyclamen colored fez hat with matching veil, and a shoulder, corsage ot 'orchids and lilies of the valley, tied with matching satin ribbon. She carried a white prayer book bound in pale violet and showered with lilies of the valley and palo violet ribbon. Charles. Mervis, brother of the bride, was Mr. Cohen's best man. Mrs. Mcrvis wore a tcil blue crepe dross with a drop neckline and soft full skirt, svith a design of. steel beads woven into the shoulders. Her accessories were black and her flowers, n shoulder corsage : of .Johanna Hill MISS MARY JANE BALDWIN OF MEYERSDALE TO UTED Announcement of the engagement of Mary Jane Baldwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldwin ot Meycrsdalc, and Scwell Crisman, Jr., son of Scwell Crisman of Norristown, was made at a New Year Eve progressive dinner. The first course of the dinner was served at the home of Miss Jane Livengood at Salisbury and the second course, at the home of Kathryn Shipley. The remainder of the evening was spent at the Baldwin home. Miss Baldwin was graduated from the Mcyersdale High School with the Class of 1035. She attendee Hood College, Frederick, Md., and Miss Illman's School, Philadelphia and is assistant to Dr. William P Cover.' Mr. Crisman attended Mercersburg Academy and is a graduate of Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. He is salesmanager for the Elliot Electric Company, Pittsburgh. HAZEL NICKLOW PRESIDENT OF I. C. E. SOCIETY Officers for the ensuing year wen elected at a recent meeting of th Christian Endeavor Society of th V K. WAUGAMAN IS SPEAKER · AT I. C. E. PRAYER SERVICE An impressive prayer service, jonsorcd by the Intermediate Christian Endeavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church was held Sunday night at the church. Robert Swan of Uniontown was leader and A. K. Waugaman, guest speaker, chose "The Bible and Its Influence" as his theme. The Connellsville Mule quartet sang. Harold Frazier will be leader of a similar meeting next Sunday evening. At the regular meeting of the society Thursday night at the Sunday school room of the church, Pauline Miller was appointed assistant prayer, meeting chairman and Jackie Schroycr was named to make the posters for the Sunday evening services of the society. Most of the reports were submitted, but not sufficient to give the society credit on the county register. A leadership training school which begins Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church was discussed and suggestions were made for cottage prayer meetings to be held at the homes of shut-In members of the church and Christian Endeavor societies, $5, to be given to the Methodist Protestant's appreciation year fund, was taken from the treasury. Dr. Fast Will Speak Before Dental Unit The First M. E. Metlnss. The monthly meeting of the Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip of the First Methodist Episcopal Church wll be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the church. The J. O. C. Class will meet at 8 o'clock church Wednesday night at the The committee consists o; Mrs. Walter Shaw and Mrs. Elmer Snyder, co-chairmen, Mrs. Charles Storey, Mrs. Thornloy and Mrs Frank VonNorman. The Sunday school board will mce at the close of the med-wcek prayer service. Pennsvillc Evangelical Church. They | The Junior choir will meet for rc- «trc: President, Miss Hazel Nicklow;" " ' . . . -· vice-president, Mrs. William Beals; recording secretary, Miss Edna Hctzel; .corresponding secretary, Miss Emma Jean Showman; treasurer, George HcrshberRer; pianist. Miss Evelyn Spaugy. The society decided to buy Bibles for the church. rosebuds, lied with Johanna Hill fleurette. Mrs. Cohen wore a navy blue crepe dress with quilted shoulders, nnd matching accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of" gardenias, , lied with ··'.vcr ribbon: " " A reception supplemented the ceremony and a buffet lunch was served. The table was centered with a mixed bouquet of pink rosebuds, sweetpeas," snapdragons, blue .daisies and . heather, in an oblong silver contain".. cr. Slender white: tapers" in crystal holders, tied with white satin rib,. bons, were placed at either end. A . two-tier wedding cake covered with white Costing and topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom, centered the server. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen left for a two : weeks' motor trip to Miami, Fla., and ". on their return will be at home at 12- Whjtcsidcs rood, Pittsburgh, where Mr. Cohen is employed by the Amcr- .. ican Oil' Company. For her going- · away outfit," Mrs. Cohen selected a 1 fuschia wool sport dress with a hcart- " shaped neckline and quilted should" ers, and a black coat with a flared · skirt and trimmed with'a wide panel · of leopard down the front Her pill" box hat was of leopard and her accessories black. Orchids formed her '. shoulder corsage. . . Out-of-town 'guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Click, Mr. and Mrs. ' Howard Smith, Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldcnson, Mrs. M. Mervis, Mr. and Mrs. M. Aberman, .Dr. J. Mandcl- . blatt, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mervis, Dr. 1 and Mrs. H. Baum, Harry, Wilbur ' arid Irwin Mcrvis, Mrs. B. Cransficld ·.and daughters, Misses Belte and ·~ Myra, Mr. and Mrs. Dave'Cohen, Mr. . and Mrs. S. Savage and' daughter, ': Miss Dclorcs of Pittsburgh; Mr. and '. Mrs. M. Miller and. Mr., and Mr;'. B. -.Slomoff. Pitcairn; Dr.'andiMrs. W. Y. Conn, Mr. and Mrs."C.. Goldberg and '..'.Sir. and Mrs. J. Goldberg, Grecnsburg; ·'Charles Mervis, Lock Haven; Mrs. S. ' .Mervis, Homestead; Mr. and Mrs. P. Kesslor and Mr. and Mrs. H. Finbcrg, · McKeesport; Mr., and Mrs. J. Whitc- ;rnan and family, Jeannette; Mr. and ;..Mrs. H. Freeman, Uniontown, and H. ",Marcus, Cleveland." First U. B. McctlnKs. The Onward Class will meet this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Whipkcy on the Pleasant Valley road. Moving pictures of Yellowstone National Park will be shown. The Young Men's Bible Class will. meet. tonight, at. the. home of 3. Wilbert .Collins, 401 East Washington avenue. Mrs. H. W. Bridcgum will be hostess at the regular meeting of the Friendship Bible Class Tuesday night ":it her home, 411 East Washington avenue. The Willing Workers,,.Tried 'and True, .King's Workers and CT--O. classcs:wiinncct.Tusday_night at.thc church;"";: "·zt^.~_T- ~~r.'~~ " The:;. GoodfcUaTOMprjBible. Class will meet In recular: session" Friday night at the church. " ' " " ' : " . hcarsal at 0:30 o'clock Thursday nirht at the church. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies will meet Jointly at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon a the church i.orsonngc. A meeting of the Fidelis Class i announced for Friday night at th home of Mrs. Ralph F. Sliger, Wcs Patterson avenue. Mrs. Sliger, Mis Sylvia Anderson, Mrs. Elmer J Raudman, Mrs. J. G. Scnor, Mrs Hnll and Mrs. Pasqualc Gigliott compose the committee. The time i 7:30. The Boy Scouts will meet at 7:3 o'cloclc Fridjiy night at the church. Daughters of Ruth to Meet. The Daughter of Ruth Class Trinity Lutheran Church will mcc at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at th home of Mrs. A. W. Young, 114 Race street. Will Meet Tonight. The Connellsville Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Clark Pope in East Murphy avenue. Lutheran Women to Meet, The monthly meeting of the Wo man's Misisonary Society of Trinitj Lutheran Church will be held Thurs day evening at the social room of th church. The time is 7:45. Rcbckahs Will Meet. Edna Rcbckah Lodge will meet i regular session Wednesday night a Odd Fellows Hall. Dr. Edwin B. Fast of Uniontown ill be the scpaker at the monthly iccting of the Lndies' Auxiliary to he Fayette County Dental Society to )c held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William ipringer, 333 Elizazbcth street, Un- ontown. His subject will be "Some Aspects of Primitive Dentistry." MRS. L. B. GANGAWKRE NEW PRESIDENT OF D. OF U. V. Installation Af officers look place at he regular meeting of Emma B. Goodyear Teni No. GO of the Daughters of Union Veterans, held Friday night at Elks Hll. Officers chosen for he year are: President, Mrs. L. B. Gangawere; senior vice-president, Mrs. J. B. Kerns; junior vice-president, Mrs. C. B. Furtney; treasurer, virs. Amelia Pcnrod; chaplain, Mrs. C. L. Inks; patriotic instructor, Miss Caroline Shaw; council No. 1, Mrs. J. I. Zimmerman; secretary, Mrs. Sadie McClintock; press correspondent, Mrs. J. E. Angle; guide, Miss Isabella Loomis; guard. Mrs. W. E. Love; assistant, Mrs. Mabel Zimmerman; color bearer No. 1, Miss Mary Johnston; No. 2, Mrs. Martin King; No. 3, Mrs. J. R. O'Hara; No. 4, Mrs. Julia Cosscl. The newly elected president appointed the following committees: Flowers--Mrs. W. H. Showman, Mrs. Eliza Fclton and Miss Dora Pahel. Social--Mrs. J. E. Angle, Mrs. Charles Graft and Miss Isabella Loomis. Aides for the year arc Mrs. J. B. Kerns and Mrs. Amelia Penrod. A covered-dish supper preceded the meeting. Plans were made at the business session for a tea lo be held January 27 at the home of Mrs. Gangawcre in East Murphy avenue. Mrs. J. I. Zimmerman will have charge after program, color bearers Nos. 1, 2 and 3, guard and 'assistant guard will be installed at the next regular meeting. MARRIAGE OF WIIITSETT COUPLE IS ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. William Wilkic of Whitsctt announce the marriage of ;heir daughter. Miss Roucna Mac Wilkic, to Gaylord Warlow, son of i Mr. ;md Mrs. George Warlow of : Whitsclt, Wednesday, January 4. j Rev. Fred B. Grimm, pastor ot the j Perryopolis Methodist E p i s c o p a l ; Church, performed the ceremony at the home of the bridegroom's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Webb Ostcrwise of Delmont. There were no ttendants. The bride was attired in navy blue with matching accessories. She was graduated from the Perry Township High School. The couple will reside at Delmont, where the bridegroom is employed. LEGION AUXILIAKY WILL FORM LUNCHEON PLANS The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 7:45 o'clock tonight at the Legion "ome in North Pittsburg street. Plans will be completed for a luncheon to be held Thursday night. Have a small AF your bedroom TROOP 4, GIRL SCOUTS, WILL MEET TONIGHT Troop 4 Girl Scouts of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening Instead of 7 o'clock, the scheduled hour. IA Radio in nly $10.95- Just One More Week of Oar Scouts are requested change in time. to note the Additional society on Page Six. MYSTERY PALS WILL BE REVEALED BY B. P. W. Mystery pals will be revealed at a meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs to be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday at the West Penn Model Home. The meeting will be preceded by a session of the executive committee at 7:30 o'clock. MT. PLEASANT TOWNSHIP COUPLE ENGAGED TO WED Mrs. Hattie Faith of Mount Pleasant township announces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Marjoric Newill, to .William T. Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Myers, also of Mount Pleasant township. No date has been set for the wedding. 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