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PAGE TWO. THIS DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 103!). By LYNNE B. KINCELL BARCLAY ON BRIDGE By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" " Eleanor Roland Gives Travel Talk Before Catholic Daughters of America Members \ · · . . . . ·) :---- -------- ! Appearing as guest speaker at the U..S. W. A u x i l i a r y regular meeting of Court Announ- ciatn o. ZOO, Catholic Daughters of America Thursday n i g h f , Miss Eleanor Roland gave a most interesting and informative illustrated travel talk. She told of the ca- thedrala. she "visited during her tour, of Europe last summer and held the attention of her listeners throughout her entire talk. The 'meeting, the regular: session of the"court; was held at Ella"Hall and all members present, signed a petition to be'sent to Congress, asking that the Spanish embargo be kept. Memborfi were invited to attend the Diocesan Conference of the Catholic Daughters of America which will be held Sunday afternoon, June 29, at the ballroom of the William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh. The conference will begin at 1:15 o'clock. Vice State Resent 1 Miss -Frances Mahcr of Kane, Most Rev, William Hafey, bishop of the Scranton Diocese and Most Rev. Hugh C. Boyle, bishop of the Pittsburgh Diocese; Will be honored : fiuest and speakers lit the banquet to be served at 6 o'clock at the urban room. Those planning to attend-the banquet are to make their reservations by calling Mrs. J. E. Small, telephone 1127, not later than Janu'ary 23. Officers Installed Officers for the ensuing ycnr were nstalled at tho regular meeting, held y the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Jniled Spanish War Veterans, held Thursday night at P. H. C. Hall. Mrs. tfnrgaret Cosgrove, past president of he [Uniontown auxiliary, assisted by Mrs, Olga Gibboney of Mount Pleasant, conducted the Installation. Officers, arc: President," Mrs. Hazel Hcr- rick; senior vlco-president, Mrs. Outlook Club Women .To. Discuss. Medicine A program on ."Medicine",.will be presented at the regular meeting of the Outlook Club to be held Tuesday afternoon, January 17, at' the home.ol"Mrs: W. H..Hetr!ck in East Patterson avenue." Members"' "are" aslted~'tb no{e": the change- of -date.-- INDUCTION OF OFFICERS MAKKS D. OF A..MEF.TING Installation of officers", featured the regular "meeting otr Magic " Sister Council of the Daughters of America which, was held .'.Thursday", night at I. O.'O. F. Temple. Deputy Mrs. Irene Baker had .charge. Officers are: Councillor, Mrs. Elinore Henry; associate councillor, Mrs. Ida Doppclhsucr: vice-councillor, M i s s Coldyc Stahl;" associate vlce-cduncll- ·lor, Miss Mary Ellen Swift; conductor, Ira Ritenour; warden, Mrs, Carrio Shelley; inside sentinel, Mrs Nell Rose Poshard; outsldo sentinel Mrs. Mae Walker; trustee, Mrs, Frances Mullen; financial secretary Mrs. Sara Crlslip; treasurer, Mrs Besse Glover; recording secretary, Mrs. Sadie Welling; assistant, Mrs. Ruth Geary. - The councillor appointed the fol*- lowing committees: Social--Mrs.? Anna:Jackson, chairman; Mrs. Nelle- Gangaware, Mrs. Hazel -Miller, Miss Mary Ellen Swift, Mrs. Catherine Kilenour and Mrs, Zadcll Doppelheuer, and Mrs. Myrtle LaRue. Orphans--Mrs. Irene Baker, chairman; Mrs. Jean Filburn, Mrs. Frances Mullen, Mrs..Anna Lnpe, Mrs. BCSSQ Conner and Mrs. Sadie Welling. Delinquent -- Mrs. Sara Crislip, chairman; Mrs. Bertha Gastkill, Mrs. Alice Ellis, Mrs. Delilah Soliday, Mrs. Besse Glover, Mrs. Carrio Shelley and Mrs. Carmle Earle. : j.. ; · School--Samuel M, May, chairman; Mrs. Dorothy Stools, Mrs. Mary Rilo- nour and Mrs. Nell Rose Poshard. ·-Funeral--Mrs. Nellc-Shippy, chairman, Mrs. Nolle Enolds. Miss Qpldye Stahl, Mrs. Mac Walker. Mrs. -.Emmalou Cowgili, Mrs. Sarah Collins Cecelia Harshman; junior vicc-pres- dcnt, Mrs. Lottie Strawn; chaplain, Mrs. Clara DcBolt; conductor. Miss \lnry Fagari; assistant, Mrs. Viola Kern; guard, Mrs. Julia Guard; assistant,* Mrs'. . HuUla MoCormick; patriotic instructor, Mrs. Josephine ^oughcnour; historian,' Mrs. Edith Darby;. . secretary, Miss Madclyn Welsh; treasurer, Mrs. .Mary Fagnn; colorbearcrs, Miss ..June Helms, Miss Edna Muc. Collins and Miss Hazel Coughcnour. .. At Uio close of Iho meeting lunch was served Table appointments wcro carried out-in. -tho auxiliary colors, red, white arid yellow. Vases of yellow chrysanthemums were used in decorating. Favors were small red and yellow baskets filled with candy. There were a number of guests Including-members of Colonel Crawford Camp, present. Out- of-town guests were from Uniontown and Mount.pleasant... ; WI1AT A COMPLIMENT! KVKRY PINE cardamon llltca to have his partner show confidence in his ability to play a hand expertly. It placoi on him the burden of trying his best to Justify tic trust reposed In him. If It has resulted In his getting into a higher contract than he would have chosen. If able to sec all of tho carda, his greatest brilliancy nhould bo called forth in tic effort to flnd some possible way to mike the contract Mr. Morgan over-called the opponents' unmakcnble 5-Clubs with 5- Diamonds, West doubling and leading the heart K, followed by the club 2 to the A of East, | who returned *, A 10 4 V 2 4 . A J 8 8 5 4 3 + » » (Dealer: North. East-West vulnerable.) William Fellowes Morgan, Yet- eran player of the Union Club In New York, gave a ap«ctacular example of confidence in hut partner, J. Harlln O'Conncll, former Individual champion of tho Intar-Club Contract League, on this deal. Mr. O'Connell, known to bto Intimates aa Pat, needed all of hli acumen to Justify the confidence, : Mr. O'Conncll had opened the bid. ding with 1-Dlamond In the South Alter a lot of calls around the table. W. G. Davis Speaks At Gradale Meeting; Recent Bride Feted Vote on Overseas Warfare Proposed the United Stales territorial possses- sionr. the heart Q. / Seeing no chance for tho contract except by n squeeze] Mr. O'Conncll noted that (our cntrlu to dummy were needed U he nneased tor the diamond K. Af the dummy hod only thrco entries, his only chanco WOA to »avc one by dropping the K. Thla he did with the diamond A. led to the diamond Q, ruffed a heart, rutted hi.1 last club,'ruffed another heart, then led two diamonds. On Uie last. West had to throw hbi heart A, mldng the nine good, or a spade, which he did, actting up the winning third vpade trick for the doughty declarer. Tornomm'u Problem A 10 6 3 2 V 10 8 · K J 7 5 2 10 4 o the home of Mrs. Russell C. Burk- holdcr in East Fairview avenue nnd urpriscd her with a shower. The sororily's gift to. Mrs. Burkholder was a table lamp. Mrs. Burkholder, a recent bride, is the former Miss Esther Ansell. Lunch was served by members. A K Q 0 7 V A K Q t B * Q a * K S (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable.) What la the correct bidding of this deal? IM». Klnc rcualcs Sjndlate. Im OFFICERS INSTALLED .. .". AT G. I. 'A. MEETING Officers for the ensuing year were installed at the regular meeting of Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A., to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, at tho semi-monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon at Elks Home. They arc: President, Mrs. E. · W. Bcavncr; vice-president, Mrs. Delilah Soliday;. secretary,. Mrs. Josephine Meranda: chaplain, .Mrs. Frank Krcgor; insurance secretary, Mrs. C. H. .Welsgerber; treasurer, Mrs. Laura Fike; marshals, Mrs. John Collins and Mrs. Edith DcBolt; guide, Mrs. A. J, McMullen; sentinel, Mrs. Jesse Whalcy; flaebeorer, Mrs. G. N. Wood; musician, Mrs. O. A. Travis; pillars, Mrs. R. T. Cunningham, Mrs. R. S. Brashear,..Mrs. E. "A. Dunn.and Mrs. BrWrMcCartncy," MrsrJohn Collins, past president, was in charge of the Installation Buaincss-otji-routine nature' was. alsa'lffinsactaar^'-. - Thb next mcctlrtg~'wnr~bo.' held Wednesday afterhoon, 7oh~uary~25. MISSIONARY CIRCLE NO. 2 MEETS AT SlIELKEY HOME A covcrcd-dlfh dinner will be given Thursday, January 19, by the Missionary Circle, No. 2, of the Methodist Protestant Church, it was decided at a meeting held Thursday evening at the home of Mm Frank Shelkey in South Connclisville. TSr dinner-will be served at the church. Mrs." Minnie Reynolds conducted the dcvotionals, after which Mrs. rlartin King presided over tho business session. Plans were formulated or a Martha Washington tea which will replace the February meeting. Mrs. Newcomer was received as a icw member. Lunch WOK served by the hostess. and Mrs. Ida Doppelheuer. ^ Reporters -- Mrs. Carmie Earlc, chairman, and Mrs. Ruth Geary. .-Magazicn reporter.-7-Mrs. Sadie appointed Thursday Welling. "Flagbear'ers night arc Mrs. Ida Ritenour and Mrs. Jean Filburn. :.The quarterly district meeting of. F-ayette District No. 2 will be held Thursday evening, January. 26, at Odd Fellows Temple. E. B. MARTIN CLASS MEETS -WITH MRS. R. B. CUNNINGHAM -_;The E. B. Martin Bible Class of the First Baptist Church held an interesting meeting.Thursday night at the'home of Mrs. R. B.'Cunningham in Franklin avenue. Mrs. W. O. Bal- rricr conducted the. 'devotlonals and Mrs. Vcra Long,' president," had charge of the business session.. The meeting was well :' attended arid was followed by a social period. PAST. rUKSIDENT CONDUCTS AUXILIARY INSTALLATION Mrij. C. H, W«isgcrber, past president, conducted the installation of officers at the regular meeting of Jennie Layton Auxiliary to the Baltimore Ohio Veterans Association Tuesday night at the Y. M. C. A. Jfflcers inducted , are: President, ilrs. Laura Fikc; vice-president, ilrs. Jesse Whaley; secretary, Mrs. foscphinc Meranda; treasurer, Mrs. 2. W. Heavner; chaplain, Mrs. Sadie HcCllntock; marshal, Mrp. Samuel Witt; outer guard,"" Mrs. " Frank Shelkey; musici;in,-Mrs.-L: L. Leap- "ine. A social hour followed the mect- ng. A delicious lunch was nerved, after which bingo was pluycd. Prizes were.. won..:by.~ Mrs« JI.: B.-'.pigman, Mrs... Witt; Mrs::Welsgerbcr'':and',Mrs. Oglcvcc../..'.',,.-;:·.",:'.--..'. . .. "... .CV:~Eneaircmcnt Announced, .'.f. .'. Announcement Is.made, of the .en- jagemcht'ot MJss Anna Marie Stanis- awv'.daughter of Mrs.:Anna Stanis- aw of Uniontown, and: Joseph M Kissel, son/.ot JVIrs.. Anna Kissel-of Slbbs. .Tho".wedding is expected to ae an event of "the early spring. The Mride-to-be Is "employed in the offices of flic General Exchange: Insurance Corporation at Uniontown. Her fiance is. an employe-of the· H. C Frlck Coke' Company at Hibs. ·" Ohward Class' o*Mcel. ···'"''· '· Tlie Onward-Class "-'-oJ- the- Firs Methodist: fPfotestant-- Ch'urcli . wll Tuesday.'iiight "al'ihe.homelif Mrs." E B. Small,"1227-yine street." The"committee co'naisfs" of; ;Mi-s.. Sniaili Mrs Bcsso Gloyeri --"Mrs.-^'Ernest .\.McCoy Mrs. Harry-jDoppci Svcucr,; Mrs;;Burn and'Mrsr Robert-Boyd;;.-:".._;;.; · ': B. B. B. Club Plays Blneo,':- "-The B. B. B. Club was "entertained Wednesday evening'by Miss Wjnona Hall at her home."in "Atlas avenue, South ConneUsville. Seven members and one guest were present. Bingo was played. .First prize went to'. Mrs. Kcnnelh Myers, second to Mrs. Albert OrndorfF,. third to £!rs. VT. J. Portcrflekl. The guest prize was won by Mrs.. Scott. Soisson. Lunch was served by.. Miss Hall.'.as- sistcd by her sister, Mrs...Kenneth Myers. The place forthe next meeting will be announced. Benefit St. John's Choir, Saturday, January 14 Slovak Hall. Wcsl Side, ' . Music by Tajc Brothers Dalicinc 8:00 to" 12:00 Admission 75o Couple .IRS. HOWARD COLBERT HEAD OF EAST LIBERTY CLUB Mrs. Howard Colbert was elected resident of the East Liberty Fancywork Club for the coming year at a delightful meeting held Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. J. T. Landymorc, of North Dawson. Other officers chosen are: Vice-president, Mrs. G. E. Miller; secretary, Mrs. ?rank Husband; treasurer, Mrs, corse Beotty. The hostess, assisted jy her daughter, Miss Olive, served a delectable lunch. Bingo was played, !h« following receiving prizes: Mrs. [da Hunker, Mrs. Frank Husband and Mrs, Howard Colbert. The club prize was won by Mrs. Fred Sccfcit. Miss Scefelt was a guest. The hostess for the next meeting will be announced. SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARV MEMBERS ENJOY BIRD HIKE Members of the Ladles Auxiliary (o the Fayette County Fish and Game Protective Association enjoyed » bird hike Thursday. They hiked to the end of Wills road extension and then toward Mnplc Spring, where thcj cooked their lunch over a camp Ore While there they taw the fallowing birds: downy woodpeckers, cardinals, tufted titmice, chickadees, juncos and snow bunting;. Dames of Malta (o Meet. Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta will meet at 7:31 o'clock tonight at Odd Fellows Hall Will Entertain Club. Mrs. Carl A. Morgan will entertain the Priscilla Sewing Circle tonight a her home at Poplar Grove. By United Press. WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.--Ueprc- : scntative ' Fish, Republican, ' New i York, proposed a constitutional j amendment to require affirmative ap- W. G. Davis, superintendent of schools, gave a talk on "Educational Growth" at a meeting of the Gradale , . Sorority, held Thursday night at the 1 P roval by the people voting in a Y. M. C, A. Mrs. Ross J. Mcdcall referendum before the Government onducted the devotlonals and Miss collld drart "c'tons and aliens foi-j :velyn Murphy, primus, was in ""rood service overseas. ; harfic of the business session. \ The legislation would not nltcct any i After the meeting members went | national defense program and would xclude the western hemisphere and j MEN GfJUSWiTH ', II you ar« peppy and fult ol fun, men will InviU you to dancca And partlo*. BUT II you arc cross, llstlcfw and tJrM, men *on't br Interested. Men don't like ' "iniiot" elfin. When they to to partlca they want jam alone who arc full ol pep. So in CBJIO you need a Rood ccn«ral system tonic. riMr.flmbor for 3 cencr»tfon« one woinun hwi uld Another how to co "anjlllne thru" with Lydia K. Plnkhnm's Veertabio Compound. H help* hulld up more pnyiical rc4«iflncf nnd thus aid* in giving you more ncp and (encns dUtrasa /rom /cauUe fuao* lionnl dlsardom. a Compomia WELL SECOND COMING REVIVAL THEME The revival meetings being conducted at Christian Missionary Alliance, 108 Porter «vanuc, in ch:ir;;e of Evangelist! Mary Nelson and Ada Micholson arc continuing to draw iurgc audiences. Thursday night Mrs. Nicholson preached on "God's Foolishness Is Wiser Than Man's Wisdom." Pastor Wylie Smith Issues an invitation for all to attend tonight's ecrv- Ices and lifcir Mrs. Nelson's sermon, "The Second Coming of Christ." Will Meet at Vanderbllt. Mrs. C. T. Troilo will entertain the Entro Nous Class of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Vander- bllt tonight at her home. The meeting was postponed from last Friday on account of a death. Stork at Hospital. A son was born at 1:52 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Connclltville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walsh of Cardale. ' " DINE AND DANCE To the Music of "K1)IIE HIOGINS HIS JJHYTIUr. MAKERS" Saturday Night "THE MAYFLOWER" ICoulc 119, Evcrson, Pa. For Reservations Call Scoltdcilc 0479. THESE 17 JEWEL EASY CREDIT TERMS Credit Jewelers SECOND NATIONAL BASK RLDG Opposite Orphcum Theatre REV. L. S. ELLIOTT SPEAKS BEFORE MISSIONARY GROUP The Womnn's Homf mid Foreign Missionary societies of the First Methodist Episcopal .Church met Thursday afternoon at the church parsonage, South Pittsburs street, wilh Mrs. Lawrence S. Elliott hostess. Mrs. W. S. Behanna had charge of the last named society and Mrs. C, O. Bane, president, in charge of the business session of the Home Missionary Society, opened the program with a New Vc;ir poem. Mrs. L..S. Michael conducted the dcvotlonnls. The theme of the program was "Citizenship" "and Rev. Lawrence S. EUiott,-church pastor, gave a fine talk on ."The Relations of Home Missions to tho Community." A social hour followed. Mrs. Elliott served a tnsty lunch. Crystal Ballroom : FAIRBANKS,.PA,- Anceda Club Presents I 'WASH.-JEFF;! ORCHESTRA'.'.'!. Soturday,·; January 14 - ".'.". Hours: 3:30 (o 12:00 .- : ,:.'.'.."."_. :'AclniIsfiIon ARE Thouundi UK this marvelous diet ind praise it as Ihi bust yel, More Is VOUR chance to reduce tinslbly and untly. Phone 680 681-155 Prompt Delivery QUALITY ... SERVICE ... I.OTV PRICES FOR 57 YEARS. JELL-0 Ice Cream Powder (Chocolate, Strawberry or Unflavored) . 5 Boxes 25c JELL-Oor .TKIit-O Puddings, -I hxs 23c J .IKIiL-O Chocolate I'liddinp .'. _... 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NEW LOW PRICES PREMIER Peaches, 2 large cans 35c; 6 for $1,00 Fancy Yellow Cllnc UNICORN Fancy Blue Berries, 2 medium cans 43c Make an Old Fashioned Pie I'RIXCESS Fancy Early Juno Peas, 2 mod. cans 19c C for 55c PREMIER Fancy White Corn, 2 cans 19c; 6 for 55c PREMIER Fancy Tomatoes 2 Ige cans 29c 6 for 85c JUICES .. NECTARS .. RICH VITAMINS PREMIER Peach, Plum or Pear Nectar, 2 tali cans I9c PREMIER Grape Fruit Juice, 2 medium cans 17c BEECH-NUT Tomato Juice, 6 cans , 47c Fancy MANDARIN Orange Slices, 2 cans ."..".,,'....-. ; 19c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Priced Right VIENNA FLOUR The Old Reliable 241/2-lb. sk. 79c MLI.SBUKY Sno-Shecn Cake i'lour, box ·...,,......:.. '24c Handy .Kitchen Scoop FREE . 2')oxcs ......_ ..... .. ..... TM......."....._.'17c / Telephone Set FREE Fancy Shredded Cocoanut, Ib. cellophane pkge. ____ 2Sc CAMPFIRE Marshninllows, Hi. Economy pkpo ...... TM.18e Fancy OREGON WALNUTS 2 Ibs. 43c CAMAY SOAP The Soap of Beautiful Women 3 for 19c IVORY SOAP . 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