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January 10, 1939

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PAGE TWO. THIS DAJL/Y COURIER, CONNELLSVIL-LE, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 10,aS33- Original Poems Mark Exchange Program' Given at Meeting of Mozart Music Club By LYNNE B. KINCELL" Bock Reviews and Music Feature : Woman's Culture Club Meeting With the passing of the holidays, the Woman's Culltue Club icsumed its activities for the remainder o£ the year Monday afternoon. The meeting was held at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library, and the program, one of the best to be presented up to the present tiue, was heard imd enjoyed by a representative gioup of club women. Mrs. Fred S. Oppcrman was leader of the program, the general subject being "Is Truth More Stimulating Than Fiction?" and also presented Miss Jean Hoover, who in the absence of her mother, Mrs. L. G. Hoover, was in charge of the music, which consisted of two trios, "Dreaming," Shelley, and "My Task," Ashlord, sung :n a pleasing manner by Mrs. J. W. Collins, Mrs. William E. Biscl and Mrs. S. K. Huey, with Miss Hoover al the piano. The performers were given a rising vote of thanks. Mrs. Oppcrmann thert took charge of the literary program and gave an Interesting discussion of the topic, after which the sub-topic, "Women of the Changing World," was taken up, with the leader presenting five - members of the club who gave splendid and informative book reviews. All were thoroughly enjoyed. Mrs. Thomas R. Francis reviewed "Facing Two Ways," a Japanese book by Baroness Shudzuc Ishlmoto, after which another Japanese book, "Daughter of Nohfu," by Madame Estu Sugimoto, was .reviewed by Mrs. W. R. Bowden. Mrs. L. S. Elliott gave a review of the biography of Jane Addams, American philanthropist and social worker, and who in 1889 inaugurated the establishment known as Hull House, an adaptation · of the "social settlement" plan to. Chicago conditions-: '.. ~ , ." .-"__~t. ;·,, The'next portion 'of" tho "meeting was-givcn over to a biography or the Martha Berry, an American promoter of education in the South, by Mrs. L. S. Michael. Miss Berry, a nativ» of Rome, Ga., founded in 1802 tho Berry schools for mountain boys and girls at Berry, Ga. "Cabins in the Laurel," by Mrs. Muriel Barley"· Sheppard, was -reviewed by Mrs. R. T. Sullivan." The story deals- with the highlanders who reside In the _ Appalachljui Mountains, and who emigrated from Scotland to Ireland and then Jo America. Some of them still live tha primitive life o£ 200 years ago. Mrs. H. C. Barrow told of tho outstanding pictures booked by managers of local theatres and gave a brief resume ol each. At the conclusion of the program Mrs. Oppermann named a list of outstanding books which every book- loving woman will enjoy reading. The program was preceded by a business session with tho president '· Mrs. B. H. Willard, in charge. Mrs. Robert S. Cooper gave a fine . report of the annual Christmas sea' ;;sale of which she was chairman. Two. new members, Mrs. Alma .Kelly and Mrs. J. S. King, were · unanimously voted into tho club. An open meeting has been planned for Monday, January 23. John F . Soars, Pittsburgh's chief of the G- · Men, will be the guest speaker. Mr , Scars, in charge of the Pittsburgh 'division of the Federal Bureau o, -Investigation, will chose a subject In connection, with his work. . Mrs. A ' C. Etickcl will arrange music for thi meeting. '.WEEKLY CARD PARTY GIVEN ' BY FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY -' Tho weekly card and bingo party ^sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary to "the South Conncllsvjlje Volunteer "Fire Company, was held Monday .night at the firemen's rooms. There .·was a good attendance and after tho .games refreshments were served. Prize winners were: Five h drcd--high, Mrs. Naomi McWilliams second, Mrs. Shallcnborger;' third Ruth Bucketts; bingo--high, Barbara McCleary; second, Mrs. James Wat son; third, Mrs. Mary Trump; spccia bingo--Mrs. Laura Thomas and Mrs Nnomi McWilliams; door -- Mrs Smith and Mr»r Lyda Moore. ; Tho regular meeting of the auxiliary will be held at 7:30 o'clock to ·night at the firemen's rooms. Officer; will be installed. Liberty Woman Hostess. The Friday Night Q. Club o Liberty met Friday night at thi .home of Mrs. J. C. Jacobs: Ten rnenv bors were present. After a deUdou lunch, served by Miss Geraldini Miller, granddaughter of the hostess bingo was played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Paul Collins, Mrs. Harry Shallcnberger and Mrs. Earl Shcr bondy. Mrs. D. P. Husband received the door prize", while Mrs. G. E Miller was awarded the club prize Mrs..Clyde F. Randolph was a gues of the club. The next meeting wil be announced. With Miss WinCim Hall. The B. B. B. Club will meet at, I o'clock Wednesday evening at thi home of Miss Winona Hall in Atla nvenuc. South Connellsvillc. M O D E R N WOMEN Nt«d Not Suffir monthly p?»tf aadd"!ay duo to ewish' Council Is Invited to Meeting At Mt. Pleasant Mcmbcis of the Connellsvillc Sec- ion of Uic Council of Jewish Women nd their husbands me invited to an ipen meeting to be held nt 8 o'clock Vcdnesday evening at the Tree o£ life Synagogue, Church street, rfount Pleasant, by the Sisterhood of the synagogue. Mrs. Julius Cohen of Pittsburgh, a ncmber of the board of tho National Hadnssah, will be the guest speaker. ilrs. Cohen is a past president of the 'cnnsylvania State Hadassah nnd ilso a former president of the iadassnh Chapter of Pittsburgh. iirl Scouts, Troop 4, Will Discuss Program An International Friendship Pro;ram and the badge work pertaining o this Held will bo discussed by Troop 4 Girl Scouts of the First 'resbylerian Church when it meets at 6:30 o'clock tonight at the scout room. The field entitled "Commun- ly Life" wilt be completed at this meeting and plans will be formulated 'or a covered-dish dinner, the social activity for the month. This is tho first meeting of the New Year and troop officers will be nominated and patrol officers elected Original poems read by Mrs. Willm Hibler were highlights of the cx- lange piogrnm presented by the niontown Music Club before the :ozarl Music Club Monday night at 10 lattcr's club rooms in Caincgie i ice Library, Mrs. Hibler read live] oems and was greeted with round:, ! applause for each. The meeting' as turned over to Miss Ruth Dunn, j hauman of the program, by Mrs. 1 oxtglos K. Mcllvalnc, president of 1 ic Mozart Club. If was: Soprano solos, "In Aulumn." Curan and "I Love Thee," Gi'elg, Mrs. lbei-t Lochra with Miss Helen j ckcrl at the piano. j Piano solos, "Vcnetiynnc," Goddard j nd "Carnival Scene," Grieg, Mrs. r eil Kidman. i Soprano solfts, "Drift Down,"' lonald and "A Birthday." Woodman, rtrs. Joseph McNutt with Mrs. Deitt Conway as,the accompanist. Violin solo, "Romance," Wieniaw- kl, Clifford Brown with Mrs. Earl S. \reford at the piano. Vocal duet, "Little Blue Pigeoh," ilrs. Coway, Mrs. McNutt and Miss Lida Hunt, accompanied by Mrs. Conway. Contralto solos, "None But the ncly Heart," Tschalkowslty nnd Clouds," Charles, Miss Hunt with llss Dunn nl the piano. Piano duo, "Blue Danube Waltz," Strauss, Mrs. Marcella McKay SJcn nd Mrs. Ethel Gcnvig. Lunch was served at the close of ic program by the hostess commit- ce, Mrs. Pasqualc Glgliotti, chair- nan; Miss Virginia 3. Graham, Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens Kazcn and Mrs. Lcland S. Whlpkcy. A program arranged by Mrs. Louis Shrallow will be presented Me iday by the Mozart Club for the Union- own Music Club, Monday, January IP, the Junior .loiarl Music Club u'ill be guests of ho club. IATHERINE VOX BORA CLASS COJIMTTEES ARE APPOINTED The Catherine Von Bora Bible llass of Trinity Lutheran Church held its monthly meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Edna Rulli 110 West Apple street. The meetini was called to order by the president Wrs. Rulli. Devotionals were led by Miss Nell Davis;- The Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison. A hymn 'Saviour Like a Shepherd Lead Us,' was sung in unison. A business meeting followed." Committee appointed for the year are: Flowers-^juno DalLL-and Dorothy Davlsr ~rr~~ ~~~~~T Gift--MlssrEditlr JElOto and Mrs Charles Anderson. _irn .Aides to .the. secretary.--Miss Bcs Eystcr and Miss -\Vilma"Scott. 'Moonbeams sisters" arc to bring gift, ranging from twenty-five cents to the next meeting. Each mcmbe ic to attach her name to the gift. In this manner "sisters" for the pas year will be revealed. The following program was given Readings, "See God in Everything, Mrs. Roth; "Do You ' Know?" Mi:, Evelyn Zimmerman; "Message for the New Year," Miss June Dah: "New Yc-ar Resolutions," Miss Flor cncc Snyder. Chinese checkers were played un til the serving of lunch by tho ofTi ccrs of the class, Mrs. Rulli, Mrs Lena Eichcr, Miss Dorothy Petciso; and Miss Mary Colborn. C. I. U. CLASS DONATES S10 TO. M. P. CHURC1 At its , regular meeting Frldo night,:thc..C. I;JU. .Class-of the Firs Methddistr Protestant ChUrchrvotc to give. $10 to -the. church. :rThc"clasi"wlll assist irf earning th: money by the use of an apron, cac girl being asked to sew in the pocko of.the apron the money, she collect, each month -toward the pledge." Miss Lois Linthicum, prcsiden was hostess and opened the mectin which was attended by fourtce members and one guest. Plans wcr discussed for bringing about the re turn of members. Money was take from the treasury and given to th lookout committee. It will be use for buying cards which will be sen to absent members. The next meeting will be held a tho home of .Margaret Williams, 22 Queen street. CIVIC CHORAL SOCIETY TO REHEARSE WEDNESDAY The Civic Choral Society will mec for rehearsal at 8 o'clock Wcdncsda evening at ths home of the directo: Miss Helen Keil, 1119 Race street. "A matter of vital Importance t every member of the organizatio will be discussed and voted upon b the members," the notice reads. The Choral Society is rchcarsin for a special performance to be give next month. JUNIOR LEGION UNIT MEETING ANNOUNCED The regular meeting of the Junio American Legion Auxiulary will b held nt 7 o'clock tonight at the Le gion Home. Licensed to M.irry. Marriage licenses were issued Grccnsburg to Solomon II. Lint o Scottdalc and Anna G. Shullenbergc of Vanderbllt. Boyd Hixson an lonn J. Sullcnbergcr of Scottdlc an Matthew W. Foriska nnd Mnry J Billcr of Mount Pleasant. With Mrs. Dilworth. The J. , L. Proudflt Class of tl! First Presbyterian Church will met at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at th homo of Mrs. J. Montgomery Dl' worth in East Washington avenue. A. Foreman Beauty Siioppe Permancnts 51.00 and up Any style hair drcii 25c Shampoo and finscr wave 35c Manicure 25c I'lione "203S-M Gets State Post Sportsmen's Auxiliary To Mark 10th Birthday Mrs. Charles Bryner of Gibson nvenue, South Connellaville, was tCE! at the rcRulnr meeting of the .ndics Auxiliary to the Fayette Counly Fish and Game Protective Association Monday. Mrs. Wheeler es read papers on "Theodore Roosevelt's Bird Sanctunry" nnd 'Cardinals." A general discussion 'ollowed. Plnns were mnde to celebrate tho tenth anniversary Tuesday ovenlne, February 21. and for a hike Thursday of this week. Members r i to meet at 10 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. Pauline Gallagher in Blackstone avenue. The hostess served a tasty lunch. There was a good attendance. With Mrs, Carroll. The Women's Work Group ot the Church ot the Brethren will meet Thursday at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll of 208 South Prospect street. Sophia M. R. O'Hnra (above), ol Wllkcs-Barre, wat named secretary of the Commonwealth in the cabinet of Governor Arthur James, of Pennsylvania, first woman to head tho department of state. Tho post hns long been regarded ns stopping atone to hichor colitical preferment. Eleanor Roland Will Speak at G. D: of A. Meeting Thursday The icgular business meeting ol Court Annunciata No. 2GO, Catholic Daughters of America, will be hole at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at Elks Hall. Following the business meeting an Illustrated talk will be given by Miss Eleanor Roland. All members interested in tho Study Club arc requested to attend as plans will be discussed at '.his meeting. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS MAKKS DAWSON CLUB MEETING Mrs. Frank lloupt, president, was In charge of the regular meeting 01 the Protectors Club of the Dames of Malta of Dawjon, held Monday righ at Junior Hall. The business session was marked by the installation o officers. Twenty-three members and three guests, Mrs. J. C. Jacobs, Mrs Harry G. ShaHenberRcr and Mrs Clyde ?'. Randolph, were present Hostesses were Mrs.'Kuthcrine p terson, Mrs. G. E. Miller nnd Mrs. A W. McClIntock. After lunch bingo was the diversion, prkcs being won by Mr*. Car Budd and Mrs. Ewlntf Shipley. Mrs Budd also received the door prize. Hostesses for the next meeting are Mrs. Grovcr Allen, Mrs Ear i Shcrbondy and Mrs. George Bcatty Coogan, With Fortune, Job And Bride Gone, Now Faces "Licking" at Poor Auction (·r- By FREDERICK C. OTHMAN United Press Hollywood Correspondent. HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 10,--Jackio Coogan, who lost his fortune, his job, and his bride, became the original tough luck kid today when sale of the furnishings from his love cottage brought pcihaps a tenth of .their value. Tho 22-year-old Coogmi, who is suing his mother and step-father for an accounting of the S4,000,000 he said he earned ai "the Idd" of the silent movies and whose bride has left him because he couldn't support her, ordered all his magnificent furniture sold to the highest bidder. "A guy has got to cat, hnsn't he?" he asked. When the first session of the sale had ended and perhaps 300 curious people had filed from the garishly lighted Beverly Wllshire art galleries, Auctioneer Benjamin Seewack shook his head. He said Jackie might realize hundreds of dollars--when he should have received thousands. The bidders didn't seem niuch Interested In Jackie's two grand pianos,, oriental rugs, oil paintings, ornately carved furniture, Ivory miniatures and--as Seewnck put it--other articles too numerous to mention. Betty Grablc, Jackie's movie actress bride, was homo with mother. Jackie also was absent ns Seewack sought for bids on some of the most luxurious furnishings movie money ever bought. He called for an initial bid of $2,000 on tho collection of 28 mlnia- tuies by such artists as Cosway, Gainsborough and others--a group said to bo ono of the finest of its kind in tho West--and got an offer of $500. Seewack rejected that and tried to sell the pieces, one by one. He abkcd $100 for the first one and got a S10 offer, which went up dolla by dollar, to S15. Seewnck disgusted ly withdrew the rest of Jackie 1 miniatures. Then he put up the furnishing: A pair of rosewood commode brought $35. A Sheffield silver grav bowl and tray went for $3. A silve Jolly bowl brought S6. One of the pianos went for $151 the other--a $3,000 grand--brough $450. A painting valued by Sccwac nt $2,500 sold for $225. A pin chnise lounge which looked as Betty never evel had sal upon i went for $80. H cost Jnckic $20 A sofn of rust brocndc, with Intricate ly carved walnut frame, broURh $180. The two Cliinn ducks which ha decorated the Coogan-Ornble mantc piece told for $5 each. The gold encrusted service plates, which th Coognns had used nt their frequon dinner parties, sold for $2 each, gold fllngrccd mirror brought $1 And so it went. Seewack said th sale would last for three more day maybe longer unless the bidding be came more tplrlted. Miss Grnble. who earns $500 pc week .-it Paramount Studios, has bee supporting Jnckio almost constanll since their marriage little over n yea ago. She left him last week. Jackie CARD PARTY St. Rita's School Hall, 3EOSDAY, JAMJAKY 28nl Auspices Ladles of Mount Carmcl Sodalltv acar Bridge, "500", Beano By Jie "K. Q." Group of lite liiuimoulnte Conception Church Monday Eve., Feb. 6th 8:30 T. M. Door I'rlxe, Load of Con I. Admission .lOc Money Loaned ON VOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCF.D ' to Call or See Us If Vou Need Money For Any Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title As Trust Co. Hiag, Conncllsvlllo, I'n. Telephones 244-866 Prompt, Courteous Convenient Service BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "Tho Authority on Authorities" nK READY FOR THEM Fighting opponents will try whenever they can to Interfere with'the smooth exchange of Information between your partner and yourself when your side has the big hands. "Xour bidding conventions should be so worked out as to enable them to continue to operate efficiently even with obstacles thrown In the way. That Is truo of the- Blackwood convention, for slam bidding, which enables you to continue showing your aecs and kings despite interference sacrifice bids. A A 8 3 V K 8 5 A K J 10 D 8 \ * J 10 7 6 2 V 10 · J B 0 0 3 2 * 6 A K Q 4 V A Q 6 « 10 8 * A K Q 7 3 (Dottier: East. North-South vul norable.) After East's pass ant! Soutb's opening bid of 1-Club, Wfest com blncd a semi-psychic with Interference and preparation for a sacrifice by calling l-Dlamonfl. A wise North, foreseeing the likelihood of an ultimate No Trump contract, refrained from the artificial call of his opponents' diamond suit and Instead signalized strength with ' A 9 5 V J 0 7 4 3 2 by showing a nt at S'Dlnmonds. Undaunted, South used his artificial Blttckwood 4-No Trump call to ask about North's acca. West Interfered then with 6-Dlamonds. To show no aces conventionally. North would pass this! to show one would bid this next highest thing, 3-IKftrts; to show two would bta the next level of 0-Spadca; to show three would bid 3-No Trump. Whert he called 5-Spadco then, South knew he had two aces. South'a 5-No Trump thereupon Inquired about the kings. West cut In with G-DiamotlclS, but North's 6-Spadcs disclosed two kings. East then tried to sacrifice with 7-Dla- monds, but South knew tho No Trump grand slam was certain, with fourteen top tricks countable, so bid tt. Tomorrow's Problem $ ? 5 J 8 G · 7 6 3 A 8 0 S * A V K Q 8 10 S 4 NEA President Will Address Teachers A! Brownsville Dinner A K10 7 4 3 V 10 7 -1 3 2 + Noho * 9 7 2 I r. Robcil T. Shaw, president of the National Education Association, will nddiejs a dinner meeting .of Fayetle County Chapter, Pennsylvania Stole Education Association, at Brownsville Wednesday evening. , Dinner will bo served at 0:15 o'clock Ml the South Brownsville Methodist Episcopal Church and a public meeting is called for 8 o'clock the Brownsville Junior High School Auditorium at which time Dr. Shaw will speak. This will be the first appearance o£ the National president in Fayetle county. More than 100 educators of the county arc expected to attend. Postmasters Elect Thursday. Western Pennsylvania Postmasters Association will hold its election at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Fort Pitt Hotel in Pittsburgh, A dinner and dance will be hold at 6:30 P. M. with Fred Favo of Oakmont as master of ceremonies. K Q J 10 6 * None (Dealer: East. Neither side vulnerable. ) If on this deal, East bid 1-Club, strength with 3-Clubs. I South doubled, West 1-Htart, South This showed up West's bid-as al-1 doubled again, West 1-Spado, North most surely great length and weak- doubled and East passed, what ness, 8ft East prepared for a sacrifice should South now So? 1931. Kiot Featum Srailitite, IK. iar Junction Scout Troop Will Receive Charier A charter will be presented tonight o' the newly organized BOy Scout loop at Star Junction. A committee from Connellsvillc, icadcd by Joseph B. Henderson, chairman of the group in charge of new organization, will go there for he presentation. A candle light ervicc will be enacted by members it Troop No. 5, of this city. In charge if Scoutmaster Ralph F. Sllger. The Stnr Junction troop Is the first o be organized in that region and here is interest in the movement in both Perryopolis and Layton. Among those who will RO from licre in addition to Mr. Henderson re Rev. L, S, Elliott, pastor of the 'irst Methodist Episcopal Church, Joss J. Mcdcalf, secretary of tho Y. M. C. A., nnd Walter S. Stimmel, editor of The Courier. only earnings were as a bit player n n movie and as a Vaudeville per- ormcr for a week, cracking unfunny okcs about his suit against Mrs. Arthur Bernstein, his mother, and icr husband. He charged them last summer with ipproprialing the monfy he earned is the first of the child movie stara and demanded nn accounting as well as a receivership for Bernstein's beer distributing business. Tho case Is expected to reach a Jury next month. In Brownsville Hospital. Miss Louise Klaglter of Grindstone was admitted to Brownsville General Hospital for treatment. With Mrs. Ira Jnyncs. The Ladies Aid Society of the Greenwood Mcthodiit Episcopal Church will meet Wednesday night at the home of-Mrs. Irn Jaynes, Green btrcet, Grecnwoocf. HOW'S YOUR STOMACH? Altoona, !*».--'Mfi. Olire ColdweiU 70S 6th Ave., M.y*: "I ·ufTeml from acid in- diRrition aid sour ttomacb. I would belch fru *·") h*Ve Iirartburn badly. After Ihaclu*e4 Dr. Ficrcc'i Golden Medical Di»- covery a short time I had K tplendla appetite and could dijcest practically crerfUnftB- 1 * Buj ic Irom jrour drugffut today. See how much more vigorous you led. "" ·· JPOTTCXS' January Clearance Specials On Your Sale! On All 1988 Tapers Bargain Hunters Prices Slushed More Than ] ._ Values to 22}jjc For Only Co lloll \ ONE QUART [ ENAMEL Regular 05c High Grade--4-Hour Dryinr With Order of $3.00 or More 10 Kolls Wnll--20 Yds. Border Only 2 to A Customer, Hnrrctt JIOOFIXG PAPER Roof Taint Roof Cement (Special Prices) ' y 2 Gallon $1.19 Phone 793 . 813-Wcst _ Crawford Ave. Tonight THE 1939 After Dinner THE local I. E. S. lamp dealers are now, displaying their finest models--all reasonably priced, all big values! Look them over at once--while you still have a large number to choose from. Don't miss these bargains--make up your mind to have several 1. E. S. lamps in your home NOW. Whatever decorative scheme you may have in mind--or whether you want good, restful light for sewing, reading or any other "close" work--you'll find just what you're after. Take time out to find out! Treat yourself to light that treats you right! i \\

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