The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 11, 1939 · Page 2
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 11, 1939
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PAGE TWO. DAIbiT CUUUllSlt, CUNNIfiLbSVlLLll,, 1 J A WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1U3U. By LYNNE B KINCELt, Mrs. Frank VanNorman, Girl Scout Council Commissioner, Names Committees for Year Mrs Frank VanNorman, commissioner of the Girl Scout Council, op- pointed hei committees for the coming car at the regular meeting oC the council held Tuesday afternoon at the Pbalan-s. room »t the Y M C A They are Camp--Mis Ljcll L Buttcrmore, Mrs William F Brooks and Mrs Don Blucku Piogrim--Mrs Eincbt R Kooscr and TVIiss Minerva Keffer, Finance--Mrs William J Davidson and Mrs William M Fox Peisonnel--Mrs W W Cunningham, Mrs John J Brady and Mrs. L S Elliott ^Publicity--Mrs George H Reagan and Mrs C E Reynolds Plans are being made for a three- day conference, beginning Thuisday, February 2, under the dlicction of Mrs Henry Eobb of Washington D C , a member o£ the National Camp Advisory staff Margorette Klink Is Wed to Hugh Rafferty When Miss Mnrgarctte Klink, daughter of Mrs Anna A. Klink of West Leisenring.-becamc the bride of Hugh D Rafferty, son of Mrs Eliztbeth Rafferty of Ohlopyle she wore a teal blue dress-witlv^brown accessories The ceremony, marked by quiet simplicity, was solemnized at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the West Lclsenrmg Presbyterian Church Rev William Hamilton officiated. The a were no attendants Mrs RiifTerty .vas graduated from Dunbar Township High School, a member of the Clnss of 1928, and is employed as a clerk at the store of W T Grant Company, Uniontown Mr RafTcrty, a graduate of the Washington Radio School, Washington, D C, is owner of the Rafferty Radio Service, Uniontown On their return from n wedding trip lo Cleveland, the couple will reside at 208 North Gallatin avenue, Uniontown - W. G. Davis Speaker For Gradale Meeting W. G Da%is, superintendent o£ schools", will address the Gradale Sorority Thursday night The meeting viill be held at the Y M C A and will begin at 7 30 o'clock PROGRAM GIVES' AT MLE1ING OI riUfrNDSIHF BIBLE CLASS The Friendship Bible Gluts of the Fust United Brethren Church met in icgular session Tuesday night at the home of Mi and Mrs H. W Budc- gum in East Washington avenue Twelve members and thirteen visit- ore attended. Clarlc Hucy and Mrs J. L Thomas read the Scripture lesson It was reported that thirty- eight visits wore rmdo The follow- prognm was then given 'alk and reading, "Causes Broken Homes," from the book "God's Will jn the Home," Mrs S K Huey, t-Uks, L G Hoo\er and Rev E A Schultz, vocal trio, Mrs J W Collins, Mrs S K Hucy and L G Hoover, with Mis John Bridegum a the piano, vocal duet, Mrs Collin and_Clark Witt, Quartet, Clark Witt Huey and Mrs .... . Biset and Mrs Collins, with Mrs Brjdcgum at th piano The meeting closed will prayer by Rev Schultz A social period was, enjoyed Lund was served by Mrs Bndegum, assist cd by her daughter The next meeting -will bo hel Tuesday evening, February H, at th home of Mr and Mrs John Balslc Cottigc avenue L, G Hoover, Mrs Collins, duet, Mrs Baptist Baraca Class Will Give Fish Supper The Baraca Class of the First Bap~ fjst Church \\ill gno a /Uh~ supper"^ for members and friends at" 6 30 o'clock Thursday night at the social room of the church. A business meeting will follow the cupper. DEBOItAH BIBLE CLASS WILL ASSIST IV SEKV1NG SUPPER Mrs J. D Jackson and Miss Mary T. Kilpatnck wcro joint hostesses to the Deborah Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Juekson in East Crawford avenue. Twelve members and three guests were present Mrs J. L. Proudlit was lendci of the s'.i'dy of Daniel and Mrs J M Cecil read a paper, "Why I Read the Bible " Mrs L S Elliott wrote the paper and read it at a meeting of the Woman's Culture Club Mri Anna Springer, president, presided over the business session at which plans were completed for assisting with the covered-dish supper of the officers and teachers of the Bible School. The supper "will be served Monday evening, January 23. Articles of food, domtrd by the members, were sold and a substantial turn realized A social hour was enjoyed and dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses IV. C. T. U. PLANNING FOR LOCAL INSTITUTE Mrs L B Gangawcre was devotional leader at a meetlnp of the Connellsville Woman's Christian Temperenco Union at which the president, Mrs Clark Pope, was hostess Monday night at her home In East Murphy avenue Mrs Pope was In charge of the business session and named Mrs William E DoBolt, Mrs T. G Witman and Mrs Ellen Newcomer members of n committee to plan for i local institute to be held sometime in February Mrs -J_S Detwilcr nnnounced-that she DENTAL AUXILIARY HEARS TALK BY DR E B. FAS' Addressing the, Fayette Count Dental Society on "Random Aspects of Preventive Dentistry," Dr E B fast of Umpnto\w_Wid in,_ par "Dentistry plays an important par maintaining normal health first iy keeping the indi -virtual masticating apparatus in KOO order and repair; by removing dcnta infection to alleviate disease, an finally by preventing or controllin the de\ elopmctn of primary foci o Infection -IrtTthclrJnplplency.- TJien can be -no reat-provonlive-dentiatra foi, iho BduTC^bf-ntnl^dccny is prevcntablg-^-tdsVaK---in--- children largely due t»-mcprrectrdjet and lac of care" - -- - _ The mcctlnff w as held Tuesday a tcrnoon at the home of Mrs W F Springer of Uniontown Mrs O. Howard, president, conducted U Business session and tea was serve y the hostess and her aides, Mr M M Jacquette Mrs B. B Pearlstein, Mrs P J. Kelly and Mrs E C Nixon i B CLUB MEMBLRS GUESTS SPEND EVENING AT BRIDGE Three tables for contract bridge were called /nto play at n meeting of he D B Club at which Mrs E\in Jones was hostess Mondny night at icr home in South pitlsburg street High prize was awarded to Mis Elmer Milllron, go]lopmg~lo Miss Louise Wilhelm and draw to Miss Lois Koffcr Guest awards were r«- c Ived by Mlb» Tfathlccn_^McGrath and Miss BoaJrice'~LaHue Ai a late hour the hostess served n dainty lunch. Tho next meeting will be held Monday evening, Januiry 23, at the home of Mrs Earl Graham in Sycamore street tained the Youth's TemperaneeT-Caun- cil The mectint; closed with the W. C. T U bcnedictionjivh'ch was repeated in unison -- "_ -- Mcetlnjr Announced. Missiomry Circle Noc.2-o£ the Fir^t Methodist Protestant Church "will meet at 2 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the h»me-o* Mrs Frank Shelkey, Pine street, South Connells- Yttle. With Mrs. C A. Morgan. The Pnscilla Sewing Circle will meet Friday night of this week at the home of Mrs C A Morgan of Poplar Grove Will Entertain Club The My-Te Good Club will be entcrtimed Thuisdny night by Mrs Walker HcnvjcU at her home in South itrcct egion Auxiliary Department Chairman Will Speak at Dinner Plant Jo- a covercd-diih dinner, to c i,i\en at 630 o'clocK Ihursdny ight by the Amencan Legion Vu\iltai, wcic made at a mooting f the unit Monday night at the L.C- lon Home with tho president, Mrs Vrthur Beaver of Diavosburg, de- ·ulment mcmbciship chilrm in, will e the guest j,peakei The dinner vill L,' ieivccl at social room of the Legion Home and will be in chaige f the losing team in the membei- hlp drive Mrs J aptain of the tcim, Laughlin, chaliman Mcmbcis of her committee are Mrs. Douglas, Mrs Nell Scott, Mrs John V. Kincaid, Mis Miles Bcul, Mrs. 'loience Rutheiford and Mri L S. lobbins Mrs Kincaid gave a report of the Christmas part, held jointly with Milton L Bishop Post, for children of veterans. The telo was, a fine success. Mrs Bcal announced that nine 2hilstmas baskets were distributed among needy veterans and their 'amlllcs One application for membership, that of Elizabeth Micklus, was received and accepted Mrs. Margaret Smyth invited the auxiliary to n meeting of the B and 40 to be held Thuisday evening, January 10, at her home in East Patterson avenue, A rising vote of thanks was extended to the Past Presidents' Club for attractive draperies provided for the auxiliary s meeting room MISSIONARY CIRCLE .NO 1 MEETS AT CROSSLAND HOME Mrs Harry T Grassland and Mrs Hi/uert Boyd were co-hostesses at a meeting of Missionary Circle No 4 of the First Methodist Protestant Church Tuesday night at the home of Mis Crossland in South Eighth street, Greenwood Twenty members and two guoaU were present. Mrs William Cojsel conducted tho devotionals and Mrs Charles Hllcs had charge of tho question box Plans were mode for a sauerkraut supper to be held in connection with thu next meeting The committee consists of Mn Lloyd B Gangawcre, Mrs W H Hllscn, Mrs Nelson Stafford, Mis Clark Pope, Mrs Charles Harvey and Mrs Jesse Whipkcy. Mrs Hnrry Hetzel, president, was in charpo of the business session At tho close of the meeting the hostesses served a tasty lunch Musical Show Sponsored By Billy Bishop A musical extravagan/a, typical of those sponfcoied by Billy Bishop, will be piesented Thuisday night at Orpheum Theatre under auspices of Billy Bishop and His B md scheduled to pirticlpato in the inauguration parade in Hainsburg next Tuesday The entertainment will be one of the finest ever oltercd and will feature the Paul Gannon Revue, a professional nil-star vaudeville stage show, tho headlincis including KDKA and National Broadcasting Company stirs The show will stall -U 8 15 o'clock sharp and tho doors will open half an hour earlier The ticket window will bo opened at 7 o clock f Billy Bishop-sponsored entertainments have become widely known thioughout Southwestern i Pennsylvania ai they have always given the public a diversity of talent that makes the yeaily presentations more popular in succeeding years Paul Gannon, KDKA entertainer and announcer, will appear in the role of master of ceremonies w i t h a Hrge cist of rndlo performers In a oiogram thit promises a big night of song, dance, music and laughter The program of entertainment will nclude Opening by band under direction f Walter M. Edge, playing Barnum Bailey -Rlngling Brothers favorite pectacular marches, ' The Purple! Carnival, 1 "Herbert Clark's Triumphal," Barnum and Baileys" and Triumph of Old Glory ' Paul Gannon, radio's Irish tenor, imster of ceremonies Eddie Hollatz and Billy Mang, European acrobats The Carr bisters, from the "train of Carrs' In all tho latest sonj,s and dunce Interpretations Three Silver Cyclones, Arden, j Fean and Johnny Cuvatt, worlds :astest skaters Lee Hov, blackface minstrel man Jimmy Berry, world's greatest banjo-guitar artist in songs that please, known as Pennsylvania's 3obby Brcen, the wonder boy. Kay, May, Goldle, Helen and Maude, high class singing and novelty dance act Dorothy, the 13-year-old wonder who will sing "A Heart That's Free --My Own Chick and Lee (Chicken 'Dizry" Dent and Loo "Simple Simmons), nitwits of nonsense VfcTFKANS INVITED TO IN ST \LLATIOV Colonel Cnwford C-nnp ol lha United Spanish War Veterans arc invited to attend the installation of officers of the Lad'cs' Auxiliary Tliursda evening, January 12, at 7 30 o'clock, at which time a covered-dish luncheon will be served Uniontown Couple Married Mrs John McKay of Uniontow innounces tho marriage of her sister Miss Blllle Mclluth, to Robert S Grove, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Gjove, also of Uriiontov-n A civt ceremony which took place last July in Wcllsburg. W Va, was supplemented by a religious ceremony Thanksgiving Diy at the parsish house of St John's Church Union- tow n Rev J T. Dunn officiated Westminster Class Tridi). Mrs Ralph Dewey will entertain the Westminster Clnss of the First Prcsbyteriin Church at 8 o'clock Friday evening at her home in East Washington avenue Senior C. E. to SIccl The monthly meeting of the Senior Christian Endeavor Society of the first Methodist Protestant Church will be held at 7.30 o'clock Thursday night, at the church Gleaners Class to Meet The Gleanrs Class of the Church of the Brethren will meet Friday eve- Ding at the home of Rev. and Mrs, F. A Myers, 407 East Green street The lime Is 730 DANCE, THURSDAY Eagles Hall Tho Dlxoninn-!. S:30 to 12. Hustle and Shuffle -- To f h o Music of _~2duie Unwell nnd His Orchestra Tonight-At "THE MAYFLOWER" Route lift, r^crson, Va. TOMORROW NIGHT - THE NIGHT - 8:15 Orpheuni Theatre 1116 STAUE SH(n\ bided Attrnctlon: CHICK AM) IKE--Mtnits of --a lid-- DCJ50T1IV--Tho Kt-Yenr-Old IUT,T,Y WSIIOP AM uis Lamberton Girl /* i louncement is midc of the bc- mil of Miss Elizabeth Peirle :i imnge, daughter of Mr and Mr 1 n Rimago of Lamberton, md Private Harold C Baker of Fort Meado Md An early spring wedding planned Will Meet Thursday The regular! meeting of Magic Sis- [cr Council No 103, Daughters o America, will be held at 7,30 o'clock Thursday evening In Odd Fellow Temple, South Pittsburg street. Off! cers will be installed for the cnsuinj term Will Meet Tliursflay. Coke Queen Lodge, Ladles' Aux lllary to the B of L F and E , wil meet at 7.30 o'clock Thursday nigh at the Y M C A Gifts will be ex changed and lunch ser\cd. Revival Procram Tonight, Tho evangelistic campaign will be continued at 7 30 o'clock tonluht at the Fust End United Brethren Church woth Rev William J Ritchie, pastor, prciching on the theme of "Lylnu to God The chorui will present n special selection, entitled ' He Is a Saviour for Me " The public is extended an Invitation by the pistor Scottdale Couple Parents A daughter, Cnrol Ann, the first child in the family, wns born nt 4 o clock Tuesday morning at the Frick Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleisant to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of Scoltdiile Mrs Miller [c tho former Miss Ruth Nicklow. daughter of Mr and Mrs Bruce Nieklow of Penna- ville Announced. Mr and Mrs Leonard W Williams of State Line, National Pike, announce tht. engagement of theii daughter. Miss Ann Williams to Donovan Show, son of Mr and Mrs Jervis Show of Farmmgton To Create New Job. Jan 11--A proposal to create ft deputy warden in the county jail hau been presented to Westmoreland County Prison Board How Women in Their 40's Cam Attract Men Hero* food advloe for a woman during h*r change (usually (ram S3 to 62). who 7«ar ·he It IOH her uppcAl to men, who worrfci hi out hot Aaihrt, lou of p«p dluy »pcll*. up*ct nerves *nrl moody pUx Jtut fflt Tuota frenh Bjr. a hnu ilccp «nd If you nted a reliable ' WOMAN b tonic uko Lydt* l 1'lnlthim * Necatsbla Compound, made ttpctially /or vymtn It Iclps Nature build up physical rwiatanc*. thus holpi ictvo mor« vivacity to enjoy J|fo «nd auUt calm* to ma that oil Hero is a chance foi wise shoppers to economize on fine shoes FOOT-REST SHOES enjoy such a fine reputation for COMPORT-STYLE and QUALITY ,T\e feel that moie women will become acqiiaintd with these fine shoes through a very low SALE pi Ice of $3 03, and of couise it enables us to move biolten si?e rims.« So, it you piofer GABARDINE, KID or CALF Icatheis In Black, Brown, Blue--COME IN. Of course we don't have all sizes in each lot, but v o u r size is here SEE OUR WINDOWS Once a Year Sale of GOSSARD Garments Always $5.00 Tor » l i m i t e d time, \ Girdles-Corsets Combinations Get In ou Gossard's once -a-year Sale! You'll find your fnvoiito style gieatly i educed now 1 Theie's the MisSimpIlclty (llliiBtiat- od), the front lace combination, tho front lace corset, antl girdles Huriy in for .1 Jilting Women's $1.00 lo $1.85 Knit Shoulderettes and Bed Jackets Off NOW 50c to 93c Men's Shirts \\cre m u c h B.irgains you'll be proud of .Mussed and soiled V i h i t e b , folium, fancies Essex Socks md 5()c Inegulars Silks, -wools, lisles 5 jus. 1.00. Itcn's St.O Pin Id Jackets , . . ML .3U All Girls' Coats and Snow Suits ] /3 off $ 3 9 S ' s n o w $ 2 G 5 , $5 OS's now $1 02, ?S9S s now $ 6 0 2 , ?109S'b now $732. Group «i Assorted J.. Girls' Apparel ,, _ 2 Oft Felt Base Rugs Hea\y quality, eveij rug pei feet Choice of IS new Spring patterns 1 ) .1 S1.9S Kufdoil and rujJored ( u r t . i l n s New Selection of Fruit-of-the-Loom D r e s s e s - $ 1 . 0 0 Fiesh new pilnts in stylos that will be a sunny spot In the home Cast aside your fuded, nuicli vvoin fiocks that you'ie tired of wealing and the familj is tiled of seeing you weai--and perk up with several of thebe new ones. Also included are piint npun rnyons and cottons ' Now Fruit-of-the-Loom Pinafore Style *J C Print Aprons A J C 79c Hardwater Soap, 12 cakes 59c 69c Bag Scented Water Softener, 5 Ibs. 49c 50c Phillips Milk of Magnesia . 39c 89c Hot Water Bottles and Syringes . 49c Lux and Lifebuoy Soap, 10 cakes . .. 59c 55c Ponds Vanishing Cold Cream, ea. 39c Little Boys' 3 to 6 yr. $1.00 Jersey Suits 89c Clearance $1.00 Oakbrook Chiffon Hose 85c 59c Playing Cards, 2 decks . 49c $1.00 Large Baby Psctures, now 39c $1.98 and $2.25 Angora Slipon Sweaters $1.79 45c Pyrex Pie Plates 25c $1.00 Pyrex Casseroles . 65c APPAREL CLEARANCE Group of $4.98 and $5.95 Dresses- $ 3.i Sa\c ·sourself mone--and pep tip your waidrobe--with one of these Suburban Day pi Iced dresses. You'd best come early! Dressy and Sport Coats Jtep. feIG.!)i to 825.00 |jj| I* ^/^ CIrn ran co Priced S^ W w Some with fur You'll be saving dollars If you buy one Thursday! Clearance of Few $16.95 and $19.95 Cloth Coats - M1.95 ffjT| NEW! 22x44 Cannon Towels ** .---- _ * *V» lOc Big, soft absorbent towels in rich solid colors with triple band_border. Dress up your bathroom with them! 12},jj Knee Cloths to nut tell ,, Print Flaxons 22c yd. New, crisp flaxons In dainty punts. JBov of fit KOTKX . $1.00 Cotton Blankets Now Vi off! Col-d»i orlul block plaldstP 1 » and white with colored border. 7flc 1'oplar 81\90 Sheets _.. 64c Rayon Satin Slips 51.00 Values! . _ Tiuly lovely slips--and well made Tearoso. 34 to 44 sUcs. Tuok Stitch Punts nnil O for i Yosts J Closeout of $1.70 Capeskin Gloves Brown slipons tfl AA In several styles «pJL»UU Hmry! 79c Wool Glotcs lac to 2.")c Soiled LInon H'dkfs Window Shades 3 for $1.00 Of washable fibre 36 Inches wide, 6 ft. long Cicam, tan, green. Linoleum Remnants J (o 12 sfj. }d. plecoh. 20c Keg. Sl.oS Poublc Toilet Tissue 10 rolls 49c A Scott tissue Phone 810 1/2 Gal. Old English No Rubbing I loor Vn\ ...

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