The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 12, 1939 · Page 2
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January 12, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILI-E, PA. r,__RSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1933. Connellsvilte String Ensemble Plays Before Business, Professional Women By LYNNE B KINCELL Mozart Musicians Will Present im Before Uniontown Club Prograi ·-df \ - The Mozart"ATusic Club "Will.prci. sent an exchange^ program foi' 1HC UniontowiTMusic Club~Monda'y etfc- nmg at the home of MrsT Earl S. Arclord, 197-Dixon Jxmlcvard^Souto- Unkmtown Ttufprogram to be pro-" scntcd was arranged by Mi_s Lou!? 1 Shrallow. It zs: -- ~ ,r;~TV r Two pianosr "Licbesfreud;" Krcjg;. ler; "Singing- Fountain,' "Neimomrr and "Spinning-Song," Mendelssohn, Mrs. LouUC SHrallow and_Miss~Pearl. Keck. - 7- Soprano solos, "Ich Liebe Dich," Beethoven, "Chanson de Printcmps," Rodgers, and "Si Mi Chiamano Mimi," from "La Bohcme," Puccini, Miss Yolanda J. Fasola," with Miss Seek as accompanist.' j Violin salos,."Sonata in G-Major-,';; Mozart, and "Canzonotla," D Ambro-" Sia, Miss M. Ixjls Bcnjotd.^with Miss; formc.d byjthe bndc's.tather, assisted yirginia33._Graham at thcTpiono _: Robert R. Cairn's, ^Former Local Boy," Girl A'Aeddlng. of interest to Connellsville" friends of"the bridegroom tooJCpIacc at 4Io'clock Tuesday af- ternooH7 December 27, at the Metli- Protestant Church at Mount Vernon, "Ohio, when Miss Glenna Miriam Custls, daughter of'Dr and Mrs. Dwight ii Custis, of Mount Vci non, became the- bride of Robert Harlan Cairns, son of Mrs, Julia Cairns of Adrian, Mich, and the late Rev. R. E. Cnitns,-formerly of Con- rcllsville The ceremony was per- byDr. Harlan L. Fccmnn of Adrian, ~ Piano ' solos, "Scherzo," trojn. undo" of the bridegroom. "Sonata In F Major," .Brahms;-"Im-" promptu?' ~"Cho~piiC~ana ""March," from "Ruins of Athcns,'i Beethoven; !Mrs. Shrallow. - Soprano solos, "Stornello,"- Cim- aia; "Serenade," Tostl,".and "Marc- chlarc," Tosti, Miss~Fasoli *· Two pianos, "Andulucia," and ? 'iMalaguena," Lecpuna, Mrs .Shral- Jow and Miss Keck -- -- - -- - Monday, January 30. the Moz-\rt Music Club -will entertain ^embers of the Junior Mozart-Music Club at the former's room at the Carnegie Tree Library. The Junior musicians will present a program. COMjnXTEE NAMED BY HEAD · * OF CHURCH WORK SOCIETY The Church Work Society of Trinity Reformed Church met Wednesday night at the home of Mrs W. A. Witheute in Vine street Mrs B F. IVagaman, past vice-president, was In chaige Committees named by the piesident, Mrs. George H. Shumakcr, for the coming year are. V.~ Program--Mrs. -Wagaman, Mrs C. George Shupe and Mn7 George BitU ner. - Membership--Mrs Witheritc, Mrs George Rudolph and Mrs. Bittne ·· Visiting--Mrs. C. A. Purbiugh, Mrs Shupe and Mrs. L. J. Little. - Place of meeting--Mrs. G. W Penrod and Mrs Wagoman. _ Publicity--Rev. C. George Shupo and Mrs. Purbaugh Routine business was taken care of, after which a program, In charge of Mrs. Purbaugh, was given. Each member gave a testimonial of the Week of Prayer service. A delicious luncK v.as served by There were two guests the hostess. Mrs. E. I. Mankmyer Honored on Birthday The Buiincss and Professional Women's Club hud us its guest pcr- foimcrs Tuesday night members of the Connellsvillc String Ensemble composed of a group of popul.n The paisonage of the South Con- young men The oung and talented iicllswllo Evmsellcnl Church was the musicians played two numbers, i ^ccne of a large and delightful social 'Allcgio Movement," fiom "Sere- vent Wednesday £vemng when MARRIAGE OF UNIONTOWN COUPLE IS ANNOUNCED Taking :n afternoon off, last June B fiom her duties in the Zimmerman Nut Shop, in Uniontown, Miss Flor- fcni.i Cribble, graduate from Georges Township High School, with the Class ol 1931, boarded an automobile with James Cook, manager of the Union Auto Spring Company, and sped away to Cumberland ' The girl returned to work as usual on the morning of June 9. No one suspected that she then was Mrs. James Cook. - Announcement of the wedding % vas officially made Wednesday night. The bride is the daughter of Mrs C. B Gribblc of 54 Feathers avenue, Uniontown. Mr and Mrs. Cook arc well and favorably known in Uniontown. Mr Cook was a member of the Uniontown High School graduating class of 1929. -- -_ --^jrj- ^Thc couple ypiU reside with the bridegroom's mother. ;-jMrs. Pearl Cook, 110 Mill street; Utuontown The church "TABS heaullfully_dcc- iralcd" A Tjackgi'ound of palms with argc bouquets of chrysanthemums and cathedral candles at either sides faced tho chnncel. ".Mrs"F. D Matdls pf Mount-Vcr- ribn presided at the organ and prior o the ceremony Paul Cairns, brother of the bridegroom, sang "O Promise Me" and "At Dawning" Donald Cwcnk, a close friend of the bridegroom, sang "I Love You Truly." Tl e bridal party came into the church to the strains of Wagner's wedding march from "Lohengrin " A lovely gown of white satin with train ind Queen Anne lace collar, as worn by the bride Her coronet \\ as of orange blossoms and she carried "n bouquet of bride- roses. Mrs._C._ D Lehman, matron of honor/-was-attlred in doubon.iir over aquamarine, with matching coronet She"cafricd Johanna Hill roses. The,bndc's .mother wore a teal blue- dr»«s with bead trimming, and a hat -_to -match. ,_The_ _brldegroom's mother chose jr, tailored _cnscmble with brown hat-^Both^vore corsages of roscs-and swectpcasc' -Paul Cairns _was his^brpther's best man. _ j- r~ Ushers v.ere Robert Custis^ brother of the brjdc, andJDonal Swcnlr,_both of Adnarc.Collcgcs-chailcs.Dlblcy Ol ansing, Mich, ·anitRichardrBarndt of Belmar, N J., ctec3rlCEdsiot.thc bridegroom at WestmmstccThCOlQE- ical Seminary The ceremony was followed by a wedding dinner at the home of the bride The «ccorati\ o motif in keeping with the colors of the American Association of Commons Clubs, was carried out m a wreath of silver leaves and bells around a three-tier wedding cake with a tiny bride md bridegroom, silvered candles and a silver bowl of red roses The bride was graduated from Adrian College and Is a member of he Delta Delta Sorority. She has .aught Latin at Amity, Ohio, since her graduation. The bndcgroom, well-known here, was also graduated from Adrian College, where he was a charter . bcr of the Adrian chapter of the American Association at Commons Clubs. He will be graduated In April from Westminster TheoIogicarSemi- nary, Westminster, Md,- He Is a member of the Pittsburgh Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church His father-was pastor- of -the Con- ncllsvllle. cBureh for--n number of years ~" -- Mr and Mrs Ciirns spent their honeymoon in New York City and other places in the East They arc residing at Westminster. nadc,' Mozart, and "Minuet," Haydn, in an exceptionally pleasing manner They uere gicetcd with much applause and were given a Using vote of thanks by the club. The peison- ncl of the cnicmble is. Piano, Delmar Christy; first \iolln, Charles Robinson and Emerson Kemp, second v lolln, Martin Strawn, James Hosteller and Don Fossclman, 'Jr : viola, Robert Stcfl. The meeting vac hcld-at the West Pcnn Model Home and Miss Almettn Gay, chairman o£ the research committee, ai ranged the program nnd presided " --A fine book review" by the president, Mrs, John M~. Young, was another highlight of the program. Mrs Younr; chose "Rebecca," a mystery story, by Daphne dcMnuricr, for her review. The story, laid In England at Manderlcy, a beautiful ancient house and estate, Is colorful, romantic and rapid in Its movement. It Is exceptionally well written and the chiracters arc clearly and finely diawn The heroine, companion to rn American woman, ls_small, poor and of the quiet tpe. On~the Rlvcrla, she meets Maxim de . WlnUr, rich widower and owner of-Mandcrlcy, and Is later married to him Home at Manderlcy, the young bride Is everywhere and to everything overshadowed by the memory of the glamorous Rebecca, Maxim's fl wife She is almost driven to despair, when a storm reveals just how Rebecca died at sea The story has a melodramatic ending. Mystoiy pnls for-the past year «erc revealed In a clever manner, ench girl bdnff. requested to write r description of herself and address II to her pal New pals for the coming year were drnwn Mrs. Lyne R Scott, recording secretary, read a beautiful poem, "It i In Your Face." Mrs. Young, In charge ot the business session, was presented dur ing the cv cning vv ith a B. P W. goU pin, a gift from the club Tho presentation was imdc by Mrs Scotts Business of a routine nature was taken care of. There was a splendid attendance The next meeting will be held Tuesday evening, January 24, with the international relations committee, of which Mrs. Scott Is chairman, in charge MARY .T. RHODES CLASS STJTPEU FRIDAY EVENING The Mary J. Rhodes Class of Trinity Reformed Church will hold IU nnnuil covered-dish supper on the balcony of the church Friday eve nlng, beginning at G o'clock AI F1DELIS CLASS WELL MEET '.: VHTII MRS. RALPH StlGER '-"The Fidclis Class will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. Ralph F. Sllger, 217 West JPatterson avenue. The committee consists of Mrs. Pasquale GJgliottl, Mrs Arthur Hall," Miss Sylvia Anderson, Mrs. John G. Senor, Mrs. Elmer Raudman and Mrs. Sliger. Mrs. Ruby Hlers will have charge, of the program. ^ meeting will begin at 7 30 o'clock. MRS. GEORGE SOISSON ^ HOSTESS TO CARD CLUB _Mr; George Soisson entertained the Wednesday Night Club at her Uome _at _South ConncllsvUlc. Five hundred, was played Mxs J. _,E Schcll received first prize, Mrs. Blair Yourklnr second.1 Lunclrwas served by the hostess. " - - The_next meeting will be at the home-of. Mrs. "Blair Younkm South Connellsvllle, January 25 of UNIONTOWN WOMAN WRL ~ - CONDUCT INSTALLATION ;Mrs William Cosgrovc of Uniontown will conduct the. install itfon of officers at a meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary to the United Span .sh War Veterans at 8 o'clock tonight it P. H. t C. Hall. Members of Colonel Crawford Camp will bo quests. Lunch will supplement the meeting Granted Marriage Ucemr. A marriage llcentc was isued_at Grccnsburjr to William A, I yars of AKcrton and Alice Hipl.Ks cf Scott- diile . DANCE TONIGHTf Eagles Hall JThe Ji\ni.uis. S::fO to 12. SEMOK C. E. SOCIETY ' . -WILL MEET AT DYE HOME The-TM Senior ChrisTlan End*eavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church will meet tonight nt the home of -Irs Catherine Dye, 284 East Falrviow avenue, instead of at the church as prcvlously.announccd. Licensed to Marry ~ James S.~ Dtoichole ol Mount Pleasant and Lena C .Nlcolnzzo of Conncl ville, Kalph S. TCcrn of Newport News, Va., and 'Gladys E Itohm of Vanderbllt, Teddy Maston- skl of Whifo'ond Mary Masowsksl of Alvcrton, 'James R. RItenour and Alice -M-TPortorficM ot Normalville Croighfon -V."]PoUcr -of New York City ancl Maignref Bonce of Star Junction^ Glenn R. Eutsey of Wooddale,-and Anna Jane Flask of White and Edward Lancaster und Frances Eleanor Savafis. of. Somerfleld were licensed ··- Wltli Mrs.Xilltu Cunnlngliam. Mrs, Edith Cunnnlghom will be hostess at the regular meeting of the E.~B. Martin Bible Class of the First Baptist Church-tonight at her home In BIhckslonc avenue. " Co-hosteiscs areJMrs Cora Bess Colborn and Mrs George Mmnls.r - - members are Invited GOODFELLCmSinP CLASS WILL MEET AT CHURCI The monthly meeting of the Good fellowship Bible Clnss of the Firs United Brethren Church vill be heir. Friday evening at the church A members arc urged to be present. Gleaners Cius Meets. The GlcanciB Chiss of the Buch onnn Church of God met Friday ev c nlng at the homo of Russell Flack Estclla Movvry had charge and at th close of the business meeting a socia hour was enjoyed Plans were mad for a valentine party to be held ncx nn an Mildred Mov,er\, Hlldi Ferguson Orpha Gene Baslngcr, Clark Brown Jesse Rnj Flack, Luthor Harrcl, Mr and Mrs Emorj Sanncr, Vcrgle an Estella Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Russc Flack, Anna Jane, Ejtclin, CharlotW and Shirley Hack month Present were Sylvia White, Estella, Wllma FcrropoUs Man to Wed. Announcement of the cngagcmen of Miss " Ann Melanlc Patchan diughtcr of the late Mr. and Mr Matt Patchan of Lcmont, to Joh Hozlncc, son of Mrs. Bertha Ho7lnc of Pcrryopolls, was made during th Greek Christmas holidays over th past week-end, at » dinner given a the home of the bride-clcct'i, brothc and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Jo Patchan Miss Patchan attended th North Union HI eh School. He fiance, a graduate of the same hi* school, is proprielot of the Victor. Service Company at Pcnyopolis .my mcmbeis andlfrlendb of the lurch assembled to honor Mrs E T ankmyei, wife of the pastor, who bscrved her birthday. Rev. and rs Mankmver were called to the ome of Mr and Mrs George Bitinci nd on their return they wore cfcted by eighty guests who had as- imblcd to celebrate the occasion he evening was delightfully spenl gmncs and singing, with old nnd oung joining In the merrymaking, oward the close of the evening a ommittee composed of Mrs. J. R ilpley, Mrs. Lee Banner, Mrs. Einesi elms, Mrs. George Blair and Mrs harlcs Bates, served n bounteous unc i. Mrs. Mankmyer was eccortec o the dining room" table, which wai lied high with on assortment of ovely and useful gifts. The entiio sscmblagc joined In singing a birth- ay song. A bcautful birthday cake ·as baked and presented to Mrs ilankmyer by Mrs. Lee Sanner. The committee in charge of games nd other diversions consisted o rlrs. John Adams, Mrs. Glenn Helms Irs. Harry Ringer, Miss Pcnrl King .tiss Kay Shultz and Miss Florcnc 'lerce. Out-of-town guests were Rev. an drs. M R Tyson, Miss Marian ohns and Miss Margaret Shcppaid Cherry Tree, Pa., Mr. and Mis Villlam Beals, Misses Hazel and Geraldinc Nicklow of Pcnnsville Will Meet Tonltht. The Stella Cunningham Class o, the Methodist Protestant Chuich wil meet Friday night at the home o vtrs D. L Critchflcld, 265 Eas Crawford avenue Rainbow sister, vlll be revealed at this meeting, and ·ach member is to bring a ten ccn lift to acknowledge her sister. A. J.Walker, Retired Elizabeth Attorney, Dies in Tennessee Albert J Walker, 75 years old, o Ehznbcth, a rctlied Pittsburgh attor ney, died suddenly Tuesday evenin at Jackson, Tcnn, while enroute b lutomobllc with Mrs. Walker tc Texas to visit a brother he had no seen for 50 yenrs. Mr. Walker hod not been In th best of health for some time but ha not been bedfast. He spent I ic pas .wo summers at his cottage, "Brook side Cottngi'," near Guard, Md. In addiLon to his widow, Mrs Allhca Mountslcr Walker, he is iur vlvcd by two sons, William Walkc of Pittsbagh nnd Albert, Jr, home. Friends will be received at th :iome, Third street, Wnlker Heights Elizabeth, until 8 o'clock Friday ovc rung when the funeral service wl be held Private Interment will tok place Saturday morning. (avaicanfe Will Be Honored at Dinne State Senator Anthony Cnvalcant o{ Fayctte county will be honored a testimonial dinner at 630 o'cloc this evening in White Swan Hotel i Uniontown Approximately 400 persons will ai tend the banquet that has bee sponsored by his friends of both po Jltical parties Tlicre will be mnny promlncn State and district citizens who wi appear on the program of (peaking After the dinner and program there will be many prominent Sta nnd district citizens who will nppea on the program of speaking. After tho dinner and program there will be dancing. Y. P. S. to Meet. The Young People's Society ol th Church of God of Aetna street will hold its monthly social meeting at 7 30 o'clock tonight at the home of Miss Mary Jine Stoner, Woodlnwn avenue. -Announcement of the meel- Ing~was " imdc at the "mid-week prayer seivlce Wednesday night All Interested ore invited IV 111 Observe Birthdays. Blrthdos of four members will be. observed at a meeting of the E M. S. Clasi of the First Methodist Protestant Church to bo held at 7 30 o clock Friday night at the church Up Your Home! Blooming AZALEA PLANTS" 75c and $1.50 Only! .IOXQU1LS Special, . "OgleyeeSons 1J3 Soufli I'iUsliurjj Street _ Phone 42 1. Come to when you need: Wall Papers Paints Enamels f Varnishes Brushes . Window Glass Plate Glass Picture Frames Display Cards Slpn Painter Brushes Gold Leaf Silver Leaf Parchment Butter Paper Drop Cloths Ladders Paper Hanger Tools Cellophane in rolls Vitrophane in rolls Wall Paper Cleaners Paint Cleaners Wall Paper Removers Electric Floor Sanders Eltctrlc Floor Waxcrs . . . and do/ens of other Items tluit ou nerd Mlien j o u ]) u ji o r, jinliit mid Wall Paper -- Glnss -- Lucns Pnints. 1'hoiie 311. 122 Soutli Pittslmrg Street BARCLAY ON BRIDGE By* S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities" WHERE CREDIT IS DUE , IT IS NOT merely kind to give the opponents credit when credit la duo them. It la also winning bridge, much more profitable in the long run than berating yourself and partner for not achieving the maximum result on a deal and thereby upsetting your side's morale. On many on occasion the bidding done by the other fellows makes It Impossible for you to send fa many messages across the table as you would like to In all coses East opened with 1-Hcart, and subsequent bidding varied only slightly Usually South overcallcd with l-Spade, West bid 2-Hearts, North 3-Clubs, East 3- rloarts, South 3-Spadcs, West 4- Hcarts and North 4-Spadcs, which Became the contract. j North might have agured tht, with the splendid fit shown by the opponents In hearts, his own four cards there guaranteed that his partner had one or none He might Imvc read that for his overcall Ilia partner might have had tho club ace, but that would have been rather presumptive. However, of course seven wcro made, by ruffing one diamond and discarding two of them on the clubs. Tomorrow** Problem * K 7 6 2 V 8 8 7 6 4 * Q 10 7 A 10 (Dealer. Bant. Neither side vul ncrblc.) This deal, furnished by C. B Mai chow of the Kcarsargo Inn at Warner, New Hampshire, was put Into th» boards of a New York City duplicate game to sec If anybody would arrive at the grand sUun contract in spades which can be made by North and South against any defense Not one pair -- among them some very fine players -- arrived at even 6-Spadcs A A 10 V 2 4 A J 8 6 5 4 2 + 9 3 (Dealer: North East-West vulnerable.) If West leads the heart K. switches to the club 2 to the A, and East returns the heart Q, how should South play forS-Dlamonds? CoprnsM, IMS. Wot Ftuuro Srwlmtt. Inc. ^adio -Stage Stars I Here Tonight In Band Booster Outstanding radio and stage stars will appear on tonight's musical extravaganza at the Orphcum Theatre under the auspices of Billy Bishop nnd His Band The progiam gives promise of be- ng one of the outstanding of its kind ever presented in this district with a diversity of performers Stars will include vocalists, dancers, comedians, instrumentalists, sensational roller skaters and acrobats In addition to tho band personnel which will be under the direction of Walter M. Edge Paul Gannon, KDKA entertainer and announcer, will appear in th'j role of master of ceremonies and will have a big cast of KDKA and NBC stars who will participate in "a big night of sons, dance, music and laughter," according to Billy Bishop whose yearly attractions grow In Interest and popularity. The master of ceremonies, known as "radio's Irish tenor," will introduce the following entertainers: Eddie Hollatz and IIIHy Mang, European acrobats; Carr sisters, in latest songs nnd dance interpretations; 'Thee Silver Cyclones," Ardcn, Jean nnd Johnny Cavatt, world's fastest skiters; Lee Roy, blackface minstrel man; Jimmy Bciry, world's greatest banjo-guitar artists with songs that please; Kay, May, Goldlc, Helen and Maude, In high clnss sing- Ing and novelty dance act; Dorothy, 13-} ear-old song wonder, and Chick "Dlz7y" Dent and Lee "Simple" Simmons, nitwits of nonsense Sale of tickets begins at 7 o'clock and the doors will open at 7 45 o'clock The curtain goes up at 8 15 o'clock The band Is sponsoring the entertainment to raise funds to pay its expenses to Harnsburg where Tuesday it will participate In the monster parade that will follow the Inauguration of Judge Arthur H James, Republican, as the Governor of Pcnn- aylvan'; Repairing Bridge. State Highway Department Is mak ing repairs to the Belle Vernon bridg but the span is not closed. nferesf/Grows Irf East End U.B. Revival Services The evangelistic meetings at the Hast End United Brethren Church uc being mother' b., incicased intcr- and attendance At 7 30 o'clock tonight Rev. Willam J Ritchey, pastor, will pieach on 'Where Were You Saved'" The chorus, will render j special number entitled "Jesus Will" The public is invited to the serv- Somerset Woman Dies. SOMERSET, Jan 12--Mrs. Mary Stuhl Hciple, 73, widow of Charles Hciple who passed away 14 years ago, died Tuesday at her home in West Patriot street after a 10-year illness. She leaves a son, one sister and four bi others The funeral service will be held at 2 30 o'clock Friday af tei noon. Poultry Meeting Friday. Election of officers will feature Filday night's meeting of the Union- tow n Poultry Association in the farm bureau office at Uniontown. Wife Preservers Most f«l!«n eakn » U» mull of using Incorrect proportions! too much fat. cusr or liquid. Or putting cake into too flow »n oven f Flavor and rldi*. 4 Cr«am*d Cr*«n Vuttafoltt. Craimd NcM PotitoM. 6. CriM .IDte«IV««t»M« NEW! JUNIOR FOODS "Your Hirds Ej e Denier" » Junior ^oods Prepared in the Heinz Quality Tradition. Ready-to-serve dishes perfected to meet the special needs of Growing Children. Prepared to furnish older babies ready for coarser . f o o d s with delicious well- balanced meals. JlOBKRT X. ROBBINS 800 V. Crawford. Aemic, Phone 437-458 ConncIIsvlIIc, Pn. Regular Alloumice S»10 Factor) Allowance $10. Double Old Stove Allowance N 01VS THE TOLU to Iju) your Tupiiun lit it Mg sirvlnj;! Limited q u a n t i t y at tills pi ice! Act now! Divided Top Built-in Lamp Tappan Timer Giant Top Burner Drawer Broiler Toe-Cove Base CONNELLSVILtE 107 S. Pltlsbure St. Phone 1242 DELIVERY INSTALLATION SL'KVICE CONVENIENT TEUMS! UNIONTOWX .1!) No. Gnllutln A v c . Plione 13.

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