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p.vr- TWO. THE DAILY COUHIER, CONN75LLSVILL.E. PA MONDAY, \TANUARY 3, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Elinor L. Duggan's Engagement To Harold M. Deas Is Announced Meet Tuesday With Mrs. Louis B a r r e n .Mr and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr (Jewish Women Will announced the engagement of then daughter, Miss Elinor Louise Duggan, to Harold Morgan Deas ot Atlanta, Ga.7 son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Peas ot Atlanta and Augusta, Ga , at a cocktail party on New Ycat's Eve at their homo in 507 South Piltsburg street. Mrs Duggan wore, a tea gown of blick chiilon velvet trimmed with duchess lace Miss Duggan v\as charming in a \\hite brocade evening sown aimmcd with red velvet." The cential decoration was a bride and bridegroom standing m a bower of "white flowers and proceeded by bridesmaids dressed in pastel shades The announcement was printed on small cards attached to the women's glasses with a trlisman rosebud and the men's with a carnation. After thejjarty Mr. and Mrs. Duggnn and their guests attended the dance at the Pleasant Valley Country Club. . Among the" out-of-town guests were, Mr. and Mrs. S. Edsar Dandlcy and Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Van Hol- scn of Buftalo, N. Y , Mr. a.id Airs. Orvllle Devlin, of Pittsburgh -ind Miss Gerri Brunner of Cleveland, Ohio. Miss Duggan attended Fa rmont College -for Women and was pcadu- ated from Marjoric Webster College for Women at Washington, D C. Mr. Dcas was graduated from Virginia Military Academy at Lc ungton, Va , and Georgia Institute of Technology at Atlanta, Ga. Leon a B.Micheals, Lawrence A. Haggerty Wed at U. B. Church Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Leona B Micheals daughter of H, W. Michcils of 300 East Gibson avenue^ nnd Lawrence A. Haggerty, son _pf Mrs. Agnes Haggerty of 1012 South Arch_strect. The ceremony took place Mpnday evening, December 20, at_8 o'clock at the First United Bcrthren Church with Rev, Elmer A. Schultz, pastor reading the service tn the presence of the bride's sister, Jilrs. .Irene Landfcld, an aunt, Mrs, J. J. Rogers of Scottdale, and a few friends. The bride was attractive In a formal gown of royal blue crepe with gray accessories. She wore gardenias an her hair and carried a bouquet of ' talisman roses, tied with talisman satin ribbon, -- Mrs. Haggerty was graduated from the Connellsville High School with the Class of 1032, and had resided ·with her aunt, Mrs. Landcfcld, prior to her marriage. She Is employed at the State Employment branch office Mr. Haggerty'Is an employe of the State Highway Department. After the ceremony a wedding dinner for members ot the two families was served at the W. E. Haibaugh home near Pcnnsville. Mr. Haggerty and bnde have returned from a short wedding trip nnd are residing In East Crawford nvenue. The Connellsv illc Section of the Council of Jewish Women will hold its flrst meeting of the new year Tuesday evening al 8 "o'clock at the home of Mrs Louis Barron, 111 Washington avenue The council's delegates to the 15th triennial convention of the National ·CNIONTOWN. MONONGAIIEIA GIRLS SHARE 11ONORS Mr. and Mrs W. H. DeBolt gave a small dinner of pretty appontments New Year's evening at 6.30 VclocK nt their home in the Smutz Apartments in honor of Miss Margaret Hoffman of Monogahela and^thc birtl'day anniversary of" Miss .Vir- fiin'.a Burkholder of Uniontownr The center of the table was decorated "with a birthday cake. Out-of-town Cilcats in addition to tuc. honor ones were George'DcBolt ofMonongahelar and Clarence DeBolt of Point Marion.. Mrs.'-DcBolt's aido Was~Mlss" Myrtle Stafford. T. N. T. CLUB MEETS ' " WITH ELEANOR HARVEX' "Miss Eleanor Harvey entertained the T. N. T. Club Tuesday night at Her home in West Crawfoid avenue. The evening was devoted to five hundred, high prize being awarded to-Mrs. Edna Rulli, draw to Miss June Port and low to Miss Catherine Richey. In the absence of two jncmbers, Mrs Thelma Bonadio, sister of Miss Harvey, and Mibs, Catherine Richey were guests. " A dainty lunch was bcrved by 1he hostess, assisted by Miss June Port of Jefferson street. · Council of Jewish Women to be held January 23-28, in Pittsburgh, arc Mrs. A. I. Daniels and Mrs. G C Davidson Alternates are Mrs Barron and Mrs. William Goldstone The formal call to the convention lias just been issued by Mrt. Arthur Bnn of Minneapolis, national president, to the forty-five thousand members. Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon, honorary president, opens the call with this message in commemoration of the 45th anniversary of the organization, which she founded in 1893. "In the present confusion of world events, which requires organized effort to solve problems created by past years and to restore peace and harmony so that we may go forward bravely and efficiently, the motto of this triennial should be 'come let us reason together'." The tentative program ot the organization, which is the oldest mt- icnal Jewish organization in the United States, centers around the central theme, "Toward an Integrated Jewish Wonvmhood.' The convention will be prcccdec by the annual meeting of the national board of directors, to be held Jan- Udry 22 and 23 at the William Penn Hotel, which will be the headquarters for the 500 delegates who arc expected from all parts of the United States and Canada, where the council has nearly 200 sections MRS. LELAND PUPILS GIVE RECITAL Piano ond voice pupils of Mrs. Le- Zand S. Whipkey appeared in Christmas recital program at the Whipkcy home in Bobbins strce Wednesday evening, December 29 Following the program Mrs. Whipkcy served lunch. The program wa; Piano solo, "Birthday Waltz," Gwendolyn Sharp Piano solo, "From a Wigwam,' Louise Tfexnchcr. Vocal solo, "Christmas Lullaby,' and "Santa Glaus," Janice Sharp. Piano duct, "Home On the Range,' Mrs Whipkey and Gloria Trump Vocal solo, "Silent Night" and 'Jingle Bells," Bobby Angle. Piano solos, "Country Gardens and "Tinker Tom," Harry C. Noschese. Piano duet, "Comm* Round the Hountam," Mrs. Whipkcy and Louise Taxacher. Vocal solos, "Roses in December' and "Japanese Sandman," Gwcn 1 dolyn Sharp. ' Piano solos, "To a Wild Rose" and 'Scarf Dance," Robert Whipkey. Vocal solos, "Carry Me Long" and 'Stouthearted Me," Harry Clydi Noschcse. Piano solo, "The Doll's Dream, Gloria Trump Vocal solos, "Little Boy Blue" am "111 See You Again," Audrey Show man. Piano solo, "Melody of Love" am "The Harp," Norma Rae Thomas. " -Vocal ducts, "Sweet nnd Low" am "HarboVXights," Elva Jean and Rit Mae Hoffman Piano solos, "Sparklets" and "Win Foo,' Irene Martin. Vocal^ duet "Barcarolle," from "Tli Tales o£ 'Boffman ) "~Kathlccn Bnrne and Jean Goe. -.Piano solos, "Flower Song" tin "Around the Christmas Tree," Lois Jean Angle. Vocal solos, "When I'm Looking a Turkey Dinner at Acme. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Coffman ward host and hOitcss at a turkey dinner Sunday, December Z6, at their home at Acme Places were laid for the following: TIr. and Mrs. Irwm Coft- man and Mrs. Eliza Coffman, Acme; Mr and Mrs Ben Coffman of Baltimore, Mr and Mrs I I. CofTman 3nd children, J. L , Hattie and Doris Jean, West Overton, Mi. nnd Mrs Joseph Coflman ard daughters, Lois Arlinc tind Garnet, St.ihlstown; Mr jnd Mis Charles Cr.ibtree and Oilldrcn, Anna Ruth and Charles, Jones Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bruner .md children, Charlotte Jean, Junior, Earl and Betty, Stihlstown; Harry Cofiman and Miss Gavle Brunei, Acme. PERMANENT WAVES special SI .00 Jlnrtlm Jane Boiuitj Shop IH W. Crawford Avc Phone 1704 You" and "The Dutch Mill," Albert Noschcse, Jr. Pythian Sisters Installation. Athens Temple ot the Pythian Sis tcrs will install officers Tuesday eve ning "in Elks Hall, beginning at 7 3 o'clock. "Past Chief^Hazcl Humber is the installing officer. Her aide are Mrs Ella Larue, grand manage and MVsT Ethel Ganl, grand senior There will be initiation Officers ar to wear white Coke Queen Lodge to Meet. The regular meeting of Cok Region Division No 197, Ladle Auxiliary to the Order of Rallwa Conductors, will be held Tuesda afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the B O Y M. C. A A good attendanc is desired Special Meeting Tonight. A special meeting of the Tnnit Luthcnn Girl Scouts will be hel tonight at 7 o'clock at the church They .ire to rehearse foi a play. Aid Society \VI11 Meet. A meeting of the Ladies' Aid So cicty of the First Methodist Episcopa Church will be held Wcdnesda night at 8 o'clock nt the church ~ CARD PARTY .'500"-AND BINGO ST. JOHN'S SOCIAL KALI. Vest Side Tuesday, January 4th Auspices Christian Mothers Door I'ri/e Child Evangelist Marries Pictured M they left the Little Church Around the Corner in New York City *ro Uldlne UUcy, who won fame throughout the United States as a child evangelist when she was 14 years old, and her new husband, Wilbur E Lnnelcop. a salesman from Osaga City, Mo. 'C«tlroIPr«») Mr. and Airs. E. E. C rouse Celebrate Golden Anniversary With Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs E E Croutc, one of he best known couples of South Conncllsvillc, ccleorated their fiftieth wedding annhcrsaiy Sunday at the lome of their son-in-law and daugh- cr, Mr and Mrs Clnrlcs M lirjncr, of Gibson avenue. South Connclls- vjllc. A feiture of the happy OCC7S- on was a dinner served at noon for members of the family and close friends Mr. and Mrs Earl Bittner ·»nd Mr. and Mrs John McFaden, all of Pcnnsvllle The table was graced with a large wedding calce, while cut flowers were arranged throughout he house Mr and Mrs Crouse were mar- pcd at New Florence, December 2fl, 188V, by Hcv. Albert J. Cook, Methodist Protcslant minister, Mrs. Crouse icing the former Miss Lurinda Parke. Iloth were born at Stahlsiowr., Wcst- noreland county, and located at South Connellsvlllc thirty-nine years ago, where they have c-mtinucd to reside. They have been mi-mbcrs of the First Methodist Protestant Church of Connellsv llle for thirty- line years and Mr. Grouse Ins taught the W. W. Pickett Class of the Sunday school for twenty five years. He taught school thirty-six terms, being I member of the faculty of the Dun- uar township schools until retiung live years ago Mr. and Mrs Crouse are the parents ot six children, five of whom ire living They are Mrs Eryner, L. (. Crouse, Harry M. Crouse and lharlcs W Crouse, all ot South Con- nellsvlllc, and John P. Grouse of East Green street. A daughter, Ethel, died three years ago Thcie are also sixteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Mr and Mrs Crouse enjoy good health In remembrance e-f '.heir fifty years of happy married life, they were presented with gifts. a m-nbcr of LEE ETTA LODGE 'WILL- GIVE ANNUAL SUPPER Lee Etta Lodge No. 103, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Hall- road Trainmen, will hold its annual sauerkraut supper Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock at the B O. Y. M C A Mrs. Blanche Lowery is chairman "Capsule" sisters for the past year will be revealed and new ones chosen Tho regular meeting will follow and at the close bingo will be ployed Will Meet Wednesday. The regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of Trinity Lutheran Church will be held Wednesday evening at 8 30 o'clock at the social room of the churcch immediately following the close o) prayer service. Members are asked to noto change in time.- Prize Winners. Winners ot prircs m the Juniors bingo party Friday night were' First Miss Ida Wak; second, Mrs William Steelc, third, Charles Robert Leieh- liter. blltcr Thimble Club. The Sliver Thimble Club will be entertained by Mrs. Harry I/ Heogan Wednesday afternoon at her home to South Eighth street, Greenwood. Evangelical Society to Meet. The Missionary Society of the Evangelical Church will meet at 7 30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the church Arrest Bares Nuptial Nell Rose Welling Is Engaged to Marry Charles H. Poshard Mr and Mrs Louis Edward Wcll- Ing of 402 East Murphy avenue nn- nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Nell Rose Welling, to Charles Harvey Pobhard of New Kensington, son of Mis Ada Poshard of Pcona, 111, at the annual New Year's Eve parly of the Epworth League of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, held Friday evening at the Welling home Miss Wellini? has chosen Thursday, January 20, .1;, the date for her wedding, which will take pHce in the morning at 10 30 o'clock at the First Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. L. S. Elliott, pastor, will officiate. The bride-elect was graduated from tho Conncllsvillc High School, a member of the Class of 1037, and is active in young people's social work and other activities of the First lethodist Episcopal Church The bridegroom-elect is well nown in Conncllsvillc, being us- ociatcd with the laboratories of A. ivcrholt Company at Broad Ford cfore going to New Kensington He s employed in the electrical department of the Sanderson Porter Contraction Company at Sprlngdalc. Ic Is a graduate of the Kingmnn ligh School and Bradley College at 'eori'i EVER FAITHFUL CLASS MEKTfs: JfESIBERS EXCHANGE GUTS The Ever Faithful Clas" of the jouth Connellsvlllc Evangelical Church met Friday night at the home f Mrs R H Patterson, Wine tircct, vith Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Itlnger o-hotcsscs Miss Catherine Shultz, last president, was in charge of the icetmg. Business of a routine nature was discussed The class decided to sponsor a George Washington tea in 'cbruary with Mrs Jock Adujns general chairman Her aides will be named at a later date. A Christmas -xchange took place at the close of he meeting. "Capsule" slatTs were evealed and new ones chosen for the year 1938. The sick committee ·eported one member on the sick ist. Later a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, insisted by Miss Lena Bailey, Miss Florence 'ictcc, and Miss June McDowell laces were laid for sixteen at an attractively arranged table. A color cheme of red and white was carncc out. Games and making resolutions ormed the entertainment. As the old year was Uavlng a fucndship circle was foimi'd and all sang ' Elcs 3c the Tie That Binds " All mem- crs then partook of a good luck ,unch, sauerkraut and wieners The next meeting will bo held he home of Miss Margaret Hair with sister. Miss Mary, joint hostesses. Max Hcltnuth Ohm, German wine nalosmon, whose arrest by immigration authorities disclosed his ranr- rlaga to a former baroness, is pictured above. Ohm was arrested in Baltimore and officials disclosed his marriage In October to Bareness Lillian Manteuffcl, who von Lillian Hopkes, Detroit society girl. Sha gold tho marriage will bo annulled. Assemblyman Arnolc Is Speaker at Meeting Of Vanderbilt Club With Assemblyman J. Harolc Arnold of near Vinderbilt as th mam speaker and members of thi Star Junction Woman's Club guests the Saturday Afternoon Club o Vanderbilt held Its January meet ing on New Year's afternoon at th home of Misses Nellie and Grac Snyder of Libprty. About forty-twc members and guests were present. Miss Hazel Clelland, president was in charge of the business sesbion and Mrs G B Roberts was leade of the piogram which was Accordion solo, Billy Richtcr pnno trio, "Tho Rosary," Hcnnett Hagcrman, Mildred Jane Freed an Janet Sccfclt, vocal duel, "The Ligh of the Morning," Miss Alpha Frcnc' and Mrs Paul McManus; piano solo "Country Girden," Janet Secfelt reading, "The Letter He Did No Send," Mildred Jane Freed, piin trio, "Floral Parade," Mvrtlc Wilk inson, Jack Colbert and Bill GUlcspic, talk, "Agriculture," Ai semblyman Arnold, reading, "Wh Doctors Disagree," Henrietta Hager man; vocal duct, "Whispering Hope, Miss French and Mrs. McManus, ac cordion solo, Billy Richter. At the close of the meeting hostess served refreshments. th Men's Class Meets TonlchL The Men's Bible Class of the Ear Liberty Presbyterian Church of Van derbilt will meet tonight at 7:3 o'clock at the church The class wi be reorganized and officers elected. 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VapoRub keeps right on working, hour after hour Often, by morning ( the worst ot U» cold is V. F. W. AUXILIARY WILL MEET THURSDAY The Ladies' Auxiliary to Waltci E Brown Post of the '/(-.erans of Foreign Wars will meet Thursday evening of thii week at 7.45 o'clock a V. F. W. Home. After the business meeting bingo will be played. HOSPITAL CLUB WILL MEET WEDNbSDAY The January meeting ot the Hoi pital Club will be held Wednesday afteinoon at 2.30 o'clock .it the Hos pital. Win One Class to Meet. The Win One Class ot the Firs United Brethren Chuich will mce Tuesday night at the church follow ing the Week of Pinycr service Mi Lewis Sidow and Mrs George Baue will be hostesses. Good Beginning" The theme is "A Turkey Dinner Tuesdaj. The Greenwood Fancywoik CIu will hold its annual turkey dinne Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at th Crawford Tea Room, Soutli Pitts burg street. No Meeting Tuesday. There will be no meeting of t,ok Queen Lodge, Ladies' Society of In B of L F. and E , Tuesday afternoon The next meeting will be January 1 at the B. O. Y. M. C A. For BILLS-- For CLOTHES-- For EXPENSES-- --For COAL --For REPAIBS --For TAXES I-READY CASH When Tho Thermometer Goes Down. Winter Expenses Go Cp. NEW KATfcS Up To S300. Combine Your Debts Here, Have Just Ono I'laco To Paj. -quire A! o-rt the UVION PLAN \Viih NO Endorsers. Small Payments Arrancci) To Suit YOl'U INCOME. Repayment* INC1 DDK INTEREST $ Tj Loan, Pn t 5.4C Monthly ISO " " 9.T 2MI " 14.13 300 " 21.27 Old Reliable--26 Yrs tn Gr«ntmrs Loans Made la Westmoreland Ami Surrounding Counties. N I O N LOAN CO. :04--Second Floor Klrst National (Sank Bldg. Phone 1-3-1-3 GREENSBURG BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d Barclay -The Authority on Authorities" TWO WAV8 TO FIQUKE "WHICH WAS ohall 1 flnessoT" With plenty of players tho answer to that question la usually a pure guess With card readers, then may bfl Indications from two directions. On« of them may consist of tho count of suit lengths In the two defenders' hands The other ono may bo th« necessity of one player having to hold a certain curd tn order to h»vo enough for Bomo bid ho made. * A K 9 8 » 1 0 2 *K 371 * J 6 S 2 ¥ 3 A 10 0 6 4.KQ109 (Dealer: West. East-West vul- tu rablc ) Went opened the bidding on this dral with l-Heart. North passed, 3Sist bid 2-Hearts, South doubled ·West bid 4-Hearts and North 4- Tho declarer now plaved n. club, which West won with the A and returned another club After cash- tag ills remaining clubs, the declarer was in a quandary as to just which way to take the diamond fines:*, as his failure to guess it correctly would mean defeat. K» guessed wrong, feeling that West was more likely to hold the diamond Q than East. There was a greater chance that East held the diamond Q than West, as the original heart lead showed West with six hearts. He . had also shown up with two spades and three clubs, leaving him with only two dlamondi and only one If he held the apadc The finesse for the diamond should have been taken Into his hand rather than East't, who probably needed tho Q anyway for the single bid he had made * * · Tomorrow's Problem 4 3 10 T 5 » A Q 2 + K.Q J9 3 2 {Spades. Vjutt t East opened the heart 4, which [West won with the J. figuring that he bad no better lead and that 'North probably held one more heart, he laid down the heart Q, Iwhlch wna ruffed in the South lhand. Tho spades A and K were cashed, leaving the outstanding (trump a winner. · 104 + A K Q 5 3 J (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable ) After winning the flrst trick with tho diamond A, how should South proceed to moke 5-CIuboT D. K. M'llvaine Will Address Junior Club D K. Mcllvainc will speak on Astronomy" at a meeting of the unior Culture Club to be held Tues- night at the club rooms at the Carnegi" Free Library. Mrs. Pas- unle Gigliotti will have charge of a nusical program. Hostesses are Miss Sylvia Sullivan, VIiss Emma Hamgan, Miss Bertha :unningham, Mrs C. J. Fctte, Mrs. 'aul A. Hucsken and Mrs. Laura Al- gulre. EORGIA BROWN, NLRSE IN- PITTSBURGH, HONORED Miss Rose Moore entertained Saturday evening at the home of her ister, Mrs. Charles Chamberlain m South Cottage avenue, m honor of Miss Georgia Brown, daughter ot Mrs. W J Brown of South Ninth street. Greenwood. Miss Brown ic- cently returned from Tucson, Ariz, and came to her home here to spend the holidays She expects to return soon to Pittsburgh to take up nurs- ng Kcslar Club Friday. Kesiar Friendship Club will hold ts meeting at the home of Mrs John Gregor at Acme on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. The subject will deal with smocking clothing, Miss Mary Anderson, home cxtcn- lon representative, will conduct the meeting. Somerset Downs Bolivar. Somerset triumphed over Bolivar, 31 to 10. ODDFELLOWS NAME OFFICERS Officers tor the ensuing year were elected at a meeting of Canton Fayette, No. 33 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The result was: * Captain, J. S. Molnar, lieutenant, ; ' J. W. Prinkey, clerk, W. E. Chorpen- l . ning; treasurer, W. M. Bodcnheimer; chaplain, L. K. Fisher; sentinel cop- tain, W. R. Shearer. Captain Molnar inspected the officers of Fayette Auxiliary No. 8 and installed the officers for 1338. They are: President, Mrs. Eva Lake; vice- president, Mrs Grace Sanntr; sccrc- tary, Mrs Alice J Osborn; treasurer, Mrs Effle Graft, chaplain, Mrs Car- '" ne Errctt, right aide, Mvss. Fern Sherrer; left aide, Mrs Emma O'Ncil; past presidents, Mrs. E K Richey and Mrs. Martha Strawn The committee in cha-gc of the Saturday square dance i eported progress and a capacity attendance Dawson W. C. T. TI. to Meet. -The Dawson W. C. T. U. will meet at 7 o'clock- Tuesday evening m the Sunday School chapel of the Philip G Cocfiran Methodist Episcopal Church. There will only be a short business session on account of the revival service which opens at 7:30 o'clock. Injured Railroader Dies. CUMBERLAND, Md., Jan. 3 -Frank W Arnold, 43, Baltimore Ohio fucman who suflc^d a frac- tuicd skull while on an cast-bound freight train near Hancock, died in the hospital here Thursday. Speaking o£ Tm on my way, Folks!" / "Hcigho, my hearties! Ship, ahoy, To each and every one-Oh, what a mighty welcome you have planned! 1 see you have some work for me That's waiting to be done-I want you all to know that's simply grand! "I've traveled far and am I glad My destination's near-(Sir Stork, please drop me midst these folks below!) I'll make young 1938 A very wondrous year For all who use my services, I know!" "Your Willing Servant" REDDY KILOWATT WEST PENN POWER CO.

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