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January 30, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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i J AUJi, T W O . ' \ THE DAILY COURIER, CONNER;iVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY .MO, Wedding of Miss Catherine Curry, 1 C.C. Eyester Interesting Event - A (iui«t fOK'inony tint, afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the T i i n i t y Lutheran Church sokMiinii'od I ho marHago of Miss Catherino Mar Curry, daughter of Mr. ami Mis; (i, orgo C u r r y ot 5C2 East Fiiuieu t u c u u o . uncl Carl C'. lOyster, s»ou oi.' iUts. 11 C. N u l l of East Codar avenue Hcv. Dr. \V. II. Ifetrick, tho church paotor, officiated. Tho impressive ling service- was uaod. Thoro wore no attendants. The bride wore a boduttCul gown of c-uinichie brown Hat crepo, modeled in. tho no»v silhouette, with an une\on hemline, and a becoming hat to Iwir- monizo Tho wedding is oi' exceptional interest, both Mr. and Mri JO} eater huvinR tnauy friend*, in Connollsville and vicinity. The bride was a clerk oil Ui» main floor oE the Tioutman Company store for tho patt five years. Mr. Eyt-stor Is employed by Lhc Capstan Class Company at South Connellsville Tho couplo- will reside with the hricio's parents. MAZS'Y GUESTS ATTEND U. J. A. CARP PAK'i'T Largo and enjoyable was a benefit card party gi»eu last night in Odl Fellows hall "by Merchant Division No. 70, Grand Int-t national Auxiliary to tho B. o! L. 13 Bridge aud live hundred were played, twenty-two tables being called into requisition. Pri'/es were awarded as follows: Five hun- (l-cd, ill si, Mrs Paul Herman and S. J. Shannon; bocond, Mrh. Bortha Franks, and W. II. Berkey; third, Mrs W. II Cunningham a n d A. J. Speoht; bridge, first, JMra. Stella Stone aud M. J. Baker; second, Mrs. Elmer Miller and .Kimes White; third, Mra. J. M. Strut!*) and J. Cnrwln. Tho door prize was won by Mrs,. Harry J. Brown. Lunch was served at the close ot the games Prizes were donated by local merchants. ·--) COLONIAL CLUB MEETS ·WITH MBS. ADA TISSUE The Colonial Club was entertained , Wod-nesday afternoon by Mrs. Ada | Tissue at her home on the Vanderbttt road. All members but one, Mra. Mary Lou Weaver, were present Mrs. Cornelius Moon aad charge of tho literary program on "Abraham Lincoln." Plans were discussed £or work to bo taken up by the club. Lunch was served later in tho evening. Tho club will meet Friday night at tho homo ot Mrs. Ronald Karle on tho Vanderbilt road to cut quilt patches. Mrs. Mary Lou Weaver will be hosiers at tho next regular meeting on Wednesday afternoon, February 12. ,11RS. M. J. Ki;HKIGA5'S ANA'WEKSAIiy OllSLJIVED Misses Slaiy and Catherine and Oenovicve Korrlgan were joint hoet- i-sses at A jireUily appointed birthday party la; t night at their homo in Kast Crawford avenue in honor of t h e birthday anniversary of then- mother, Mr". M. J. Ke-rigau. There .vcro fifteen guests. Mrs. Kerrigan was tho recipient ot numerous gifts. hunch was sjrvcd by tho ho3to%e. IukM.JIonsjdi.er. Announcement i's made of tho marriage of Misa .{can luko, daughter of H. Ifl. Inks ot Uuiontown, and Frank J. ifonsaker, sou ot Mr. and Mis. J. S Honsaker of NVw* Salem, which took place Worlrirsday, May 8, M2'.), in Oakland, Md. Kev ,1. lj. Tri-boy, pastor of the Methodi.H Jipiecapal Church, officiated The bride was a clerk in Rosonbaum'. store 1 , tJniontown, (luring the pas j c a t . Mr. Ilouakcr if oniiployed hj tho PeopU'S Kinnituro Company of Uuiontown, Greemiood Ladles' A?«l. The. Ladle b' Aid Society of Greenwood Methodist Kpiscopal Church will meet at tho homo of Mrs. U D. Phillips of Niu h stiect this evening n1 7:30 o'clock. Something of importance is OTI th v program, it was announced. Hostess at Bridge. Miss Heh v n Ilann onteitaincd at seven tables of bri'lge Tuesday night .it hor homo in Stato Road, South Brownsville, in honor of Mrs. Thomas D. Hann, Jr., ot Detroit, Mich., who Is visit ing at the Harm home. Grpens.burg Girl Will Wed. The marriage of Miss Ann Fogg, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Fogg ot Gvoenaburg and George Beverly i'udUicombf of Montreal, Canada, will tako place Saturday night, February S in Chrlbt Kplacopal Church, Ureem- burT, lUlsti Fogg has boon honor guest at «x round nt fcoelal fuuelioiw during! tho past week Inclu\led ua« a bridge- ilinnor given Frkl.iy night by Mrs.. William Hi.i'hman of Mount Pleasant. KOR" - B I K T H D A V About twonty-F-qyc u guests attended a party tendered Mia. Ella ikibea lasl night a.t tho homo of her son-in-law a iwl daughter, Mr. .ijad,Mrs I'aul B. Blaokslonu of Race itre-et, with whom she makes her horn . Tho affair was in honor of the am iversarj oE the hirth oi Mrs. Jobe » and was. vew cleverly arranged. I'^trly in tho evening she accompaTiio.d hor son-in-law, Mr. Blaokstone, on a motor ride, and on her return she waa given on-e of tho gr-entest surpris s of hr life when greeted by her f r k n d s , who had assembled to cclebralB the happy occasion. Mrs. W. II. Show -nan conducted -interesting gcimea and a.btory liouv. Instrumental numlxir , a'lo radio mimic woro also eujoy d. Olive Ixmlso Blaclcstone, HtUe .-raiuklaughter of the honor gu«st, entertained with several pleasing \ocal solos. Mrs.. Jobea was prea^n'te i with a number of beautiful and uFoful gilts. Afc a late hoxir A dfliciou* Jtinch was, tterved. After wihing Mrs Jobcs nmuy more happy birthdays the guests letnrnwl to their homes Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs, Ray II. Jobea, sou and daughtor-ln-luw of Mrn. EH a Jobes, Mis. JSlla Goodwin and Mv. and Airs. Addis Triplett, all of Lemont MISS nEKTBirm-; LINDSAY Sl'KPKIvS! O O\ HTUTJIPAl ^il.ss O e i t r u d e Lindsay, ofllcc manager for the Troutman Company, wa* given a delightful surprise last night wh,cn she waa 1 onored with a 6 o'clock dinner at the West Peun Tea Room, tho occubion being tho anniversary o f i h e r birth. The dinner wa* given by her fellow office employes and the appointmc nts were lovely in every detail. The deliciously preparetl dinner consisted, o' chlelcen and many other good things The table was ai ranged in the largo diningroom and pi esented a most attractive appearauc o. Covers were laid for five. The centerpiece waa a largo birthday cake, iced in white, and ornamented with hearf-bhapod red candy. The combination )lace carda and fw- ors were dainty little red baskets filled with candy. Following tho dinner a social time waa enjoyed. ftltftt Lindsay was pre'ent«l with a number of nonbensica gifts. AHAETTE DUM, ASSISTS IX MAKING COSTWIICS Miss Annette Dull, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Jull of South Pittsi- burg street, appeared in a group pi - turo of students t.f Carnegie Institute) of Technology, P ttsburg, in Wednesday's edition of the Pittsburg Post- Gazette Times. Tho girls, all flr.st year students at tho institute, make the clothes used n theatrical productions of their upper classmates. CUf.TUKE CLUB WOMEN ·\VILL DISCUSS AKT A program on "Art" will ho pre- s^iited at tho sv mi-monlhly mooting oi tho Woman's Culture Club Mond.iy afternoon ni tho club rooms at the Ocirnegio 1'Yce Library- Mrs. Homer C. Davis is leadei and Mrs. M. J. Cuns- inings will arr.ai so the musical program. ,t) Entertained. U Brld'ge Club was uvemng at the homo hick McClalu in W»bl vo tablefe wc-ro called pri'/.o was a\ tirdcd and canboltitiou (o Drisroll. After lltfi s s-oi ved by the host- fa. William M d i t i u ol ' of town guest.s Bridge Ch Tho B. M. M. entertained, last oi' Mr. and Mrs. Green street. T into play. Ihgl .John P. Bar DO i Mrs. James M. cards a lunch w, es?.. Mr. and MI 0unbar were ou The W \V. Pit cett Class of tho First Methodist Prot jstant Church will meet tonight in tho liome ol! Mr. and Mrs Samuel 'Ualoy, South Ninth street, West Sido. MSB I\llltirHl 1'enninger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '£ liomas Ileiiainger of Grconsburg JUH! William M. Boplw, 60ii of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Bepler ot Greeiieburg, ^vora mariied day in Greensbiirg. Mrs, Ralph IJividson wll^ entertain the J. B. I. Club tomorrow night at her home at South Connelisvilie. Sirs. \Miitp Mi a. Mary AS'liito entoHanied tho M, F. C. Fancvuoilv Club last nlghf at hor homo at South ('oi)iie!lsville The hostess serv(tl .1 cKm ( v lunch. looking for If BO, read t! o advertising columns ot Tho Daily Courier. Finest Quality iuick, M'other! 'First aid must be applied at once to rnHE most important thing JL about first aid is to be quick about it. That's why you should have "Vaselirie" Petroleum Jelly always on hand for instant use. Think of the child who is burned or cut. You don't want him tosuf- fer a minute; you don't want to invits infections which often come from neglected skin abrasions. "Vaieline" Jelly will help you.' AppJy at once. And apply a fight bandage. Be prepared. Lay in a supply at once. For sale every-, where, in tubes and jars. j And remember when you buy that the trade mark Vaseline on the label is your assurance that you are getting the genuirie prod- uctof the Chesebrough Manufacturing Company, Consolidated, 17 State Street, New York. · SCQTTDALE K. OF C. DAS'CE AT COUATHY CLUB BIG The annual dance ot ttie Knights of Columbus of Scottdale held last night at the Pleasant Valley Country Club was one of tho outstanding- special orents of tho season. Given undei the coinmllteeshlT) of Leo Korean, j. Regis Bymo, Frank Doorley, Irfiuls Turk, Owen, King, Mic-haeS Williiima and Edward O'Hara, the was perfect in all its appoint. "ITho lodso rolora, purple and white, wore offectively used in dfco- ratlmT. Ixiyely gowns vroni hy the womm guasts added brilliancy to tho seem . Two hundred guests were pre-hent an! enjoyed !an tiifr from 0 to J o'clock. Lunch waB aerved dur- inp th« evening. Out-of-town gucata were from GnxFusliure, Uniontown, Mount Plooa- ant, Bro-wnsville, Masontown, Con- nellKville, Vanderbilt, Dawgon and other surrounding towns JEWISH COUNCIL ItEAJJ IH GUEST AT LUKC3IEON Mrs, A. I. Daniels, president ot iho ConnellflTlHe Section of the Council o£ Jewish Women, wan a guetst at a luno icon given Woducr.day afternoon by tho newly oleetett president of stat« organization. Covers woie placed for eixt at tho luncheon, eorved in (he crj*'.al room oC tho Penn Albert Hot(-l. Mre. Daniels was among tbo,3e who greeted tho aEtemlilage. Mns. William .Rakusin of Mount Pleasant and Mrs. Emanuel Morris of Srottdalo, prceidcntb of their Koctionss, were also introduced Mrs. itofienslom, Whj wa« curouto east from Los Angelos, Cal., where she attended sesaion« of the nationaJ convention, brought a motpage of un- itBu.a iutorent to tho Groonaburg wo- IHOD ani thoir R-ueuts from fon nearby sections. Benefit Card T!io Youag- Ladies' ^5ofjaliry of SI. Aloystua Catholic Church ot Dunbar gave a very enjoyable benefit part! party last night in tho social hall ot the ohuroh. Twenty tabk*a WOTXJ ca.ll- «d into play for flvo hundred. A mins- bor of other guests enjoj ed blnfo. Lunch waa served Pitzob weVe awirded to tho following: Klvo h u n - dred, Miss Delia Malloy, Aloyina Mc- Glvern, Mrs. Klhi Qi ahum, John Da; ley, Thomas Lyons, Mrs, Jennings; bingo, Mise Margaret Parley, Donald Ho^an, Miss Margaret Galduresi, Miss Roye. Sf-erra, Miss Eileen Miller, MUh Madalhie Harper, Mrs. John Mctiar- rity, Mra. Bixler, Airy. Ranker, tho last named oC Connellsyllle, Mrfe. Joseph Courtney, Samuel Miller/ and Mi'is Mary Margaret Courtney. The door prize waa won by Mr-.. Ranker. Scottdale Girl Licensed. TreI D. Leonard of Rutfsdalo and G e H r u d e F, Clixson of Scotldale woro licensed fo wcl at Greene burg-. Licensed at Ciiinbwliind. C'lmenco Miller Myoih and Hose Elizabeth Sfandibh, both of RuffHunlo, were lloon.'wl lo wed at CimiberJand! Mrs. MJnord Jlosless. M r t . U. D, Minerd w i l l entertain the K if. C l u b tonight it I KM- homo in AV ht Green atieet. Vanderbilt Junior Band to Elect Staff ,Life Policy W i/h Char ge of Rate at 1 End of Three Years INUAl PREMIUM $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 20 30 40 50 F1rolThre Fourth and Years Following Yours $60.50 80.25 115.15 174.90 $71.20 94.40 135.45 205.75 Divlciund A n p o r t t o n o d for 1830 $13,20 16,90 23,05 33.10 Not Cost FeurthYoar $58.00 77.50 112.40 172.65 (Payable Quarter y, Seml-annually or A n n u a l l y ) Ages IS to 66 $S,Q0O and up This policy jails for one increase in rate beginning wit T the f o u r t h year; but dividends begin.at that 1 ime and if current experience of the Company as to earnings continues, dividends should at least equal the increase. Call the Prudential Office atnd get rat; for your age A, L. B mrd, Aest. Supt. N. T. H: hbon, Asst, 8upt. Second Ne tlonal Bank (J( unellsYlIlc. jltodenlia! 3fw8tiranct Camptmg EDWARD D.3»I7F]»EU» HOME OFFICE $1.25 Flaxoljri $1.00 $1.25 Konjola 95c $1.00 Nujol 79c $1.50 Agai-ol .,,...$!.19 $1.25 Uratabf ...$1.00 CUT HATE DRUG CO. 801 North Pittshnrg- Street, Connellsrille 60c Pertussian 48c 60c Rem .' 48c $1 Miles Nervine..79c $1.20 Vinol _,99c $1.20 Bromo Seltzer ...1 ,, 93c FF1DAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS Electric Ir »ns $4.00 puaraitteef (J It), hoary Kleclric Ir m, with 6-foot cord, spcci.-'.L $1.08 Alarm Clccks ¥1.50 first ?rradi, largo Nickel Alarm Clo -k, guaranteed. Special .. Pocket Wutc'k $1,50 nice size Pocket WnfcJ) ivitli Hilvc · T /iftl -- SpeoinI ._ ......... _ ,,.,, ..... !)8c fiflc Bioycle Cards 43c $1.25 White I acquered Batli Brushes ^v th larj^o Imndlo 88c $1.35 Pierce's Favorite Prescription $1 $1.35 Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery $1 $1.00 Wampole's Ext. Cod Liver Oil 87c $1.00 Burke's Cod Liver Oil Tablets 63c $1.35 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound $1.23 $1.20 Father John's Medicine $1, $1.20 Scott's Emulsion ,, , $1 $1.20 Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin $1 $1.25 BudwelFs Emulsion, No. 1 ,,...,, $1 50c Phillips Milk of Magnesia 39c $1.20 Sal Hepatica 97c $1.15 Dare's Mentha Pepsin 93c $1.00 Squibbs Mineral Oil 87c $1.00 Squibbs Cod Liver Oil 87c $1.25 Triner's Bitter Wine $1 Medicines $2.00 S. S. S $1.J5 $1.25 S. S. S -- $1.00 #1.00 Creolin 87c $1.00 Lysol 87« $1.00 Laroris ,,. 87c $1.30 Petrolapir $1.29 $1.00 Listerine ...85c $1.00 World's Tonic ...85c $1,50 Allenrhn $1.20 $1.00 Creoterpfn 87c 85c Ifruseljou Halts ^_?3c Malts Bottle Caps 2Sc g^oss ,$1.00 Bottle Cappwrs ...87c Jilue itlhbon ... ISmlneisor .. . Kpd 'IV p Puritan Open Sunday Everything Cut Rate Every Day. Prescriptions Filled Ofiicors will bo elected tomorrow nlrht at the meeting: of tho Junior Baud, sponsored bv (lie American Lesion Community Baiwl of Vunder- b f l i "iire^tor C u i t c t' Collins reqiiesis a U i ' f , f .vUenilanre for thr u-hcarsal ami si'sslon F o l l o w i n g 1lu K..- "Fresh from the In Packets and Individual Tea-Sags First Uuntmnge S , Fobruaty C, l Church.~AlvoitisMnMit. 801 MRS. FRANCES HAN SING , DEADATPERRfOPOLIS Mts. Francos Haiimng, 4 ! years old, yesterday at iier hoin ) at Perry. Hor husband, Mi ehell Han- died throe yearH ag ). Slie ia sinvivcd by the f o l l o w l n ; children: Nornicui, Josr 1 ))!), J«'1oyd, Olarenco, Wimfrod and Frcdi, all at homo. Hor mother, Mrs. Frances ft arch, who hvxl w i t h her, a l o surv vcs. Allen March and Mrs bc-win " V a l n p r anU Mi 131 mcr JvofCcr of 'erryopollB, Mrs, Ifrwl Nygreeu ot tiv nmlt, Dun- ba.r township, and Airs. I ewis Smith of California are brother xnd sisters*. The f u n e r a l will bi^ hell Sunday afternoon. A brief f.ervke vill be held at (he home- at 1,30 o'Uc jlc followd by an additional .service it 2 o'clock at tho Pcnyonolit M o l h o l l b t Kpiut'C- pal Churc-h Rev I. \. Fr -gic, pastor, will 0/Rciate Interment i il! be made in M o u n t M aMiiiig'lon. Co lelery. U. P. PREPARATORY A preparatory servico will bo held tomorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock at the U n i t e d Presbyterian Church, ol which Rev. George 11. K r u p p is pastor. Rev. John It Ijanvbei (son, pastoi oi t h e First Methodist I'roiebt/unl Church, v i ) l bpeak Commnnion will bo held on H u n d . i j Albert Soisoon V/ith Ernst Ernst A l b e i t N Holssmi, Bun ol Mr and Mra. J N Soih^on ol U,uU NVaaUniiitoii avnup, iitib taken a pot tlon i\i. an- j i-ountant with H i n b t S Ernst, tho | \voH-knowii publk a c e o t i i Uintn. lie" is at presoiu engaged at hf Yonn^ 1 ( o w n , Ohio, Dr. Graham Speaks Tonight at Dawson An elaborate program, marked by several uniisiw! Features, will teaturo the hocinl cntertainiViont of tho Uig Brothers A6"-o' lation of tho Dawgon UIK! Brvnn Melhodtef r«'niscop:il (hurfh««3 in the social auditorium ami Sunday neliool rooms ol tho P h i l i p CJ Coelnan Memorial Meiiiortisf Epiac-o- pal L'huieh ,it Dawson t o n i g h t at 7:30 o'clock H«'\' P f t V K l H ( i l . U t . U H O l C O M M t ^ l U , v i l l i " \. U ti'ldrc-s 1 - tho K n i h e i - i n t : Tli.- U r v n n O i i - U f h t i M w i l l p i o v l d o m u s i c \Vouicn w i l l IIP stit'fidi o f lln J I I K w i l l }»· MRS. MARTHA LONG DIES » PITTSBURG Mrs. Slartha l/onp, (it years old, ,1 former resident ol H 1/3 phtco, diod at tho homo of hor son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and M i s Thomas Sutch, l''r,Liilc nlreot. Sqiun 1 '1 H i l l , Pitlsburg, ye.-tordaA, a f l o r .1 lingering: illnci». M"rfi. Txitig, w h j l o · rosKlont of t h i s j p i . H P , lived in W\st Main btreot and j j u l t o in lidbt M a i n H t t i N i t A b o u t eight ' y e . n s at;o oho wont to T i t t h h u i g to miiko hoi home She is ouivived b three t-ond, Oglo, Wilbur awl Glonn of Pittsburg, ami two daughters, Mrs. Hobert Moran of Uhio auc' Mrb, Tliomuri Sutch of Pittsbui-f. The body will be brought lo Mount Pl(«i-uit Cemetory for i n f c r m e n t . It js tliutight thnl tho f u n e r a l party w i l l .irrivc at tho cemolory about 31 o'clock .Kriday morning A l (he Hus])i(aJ, Charloh (\iinp oC D i i u b n i and ElmtM" Litni-iH if T'oiii* Marion nnrlrrrenif tonsil opc'iation.s t h i s morning. Jainrs of 1'ortoi .\\r'iiue w,ts · d\ c b t i - u l a y lor treatment. BEWARE THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON T i j l N r i i f l n i H Ui -m nl KIIUMIS CH.i. 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Crepmulsion is guaranteed -utiefaC' lory- in the treatment of roughs from colds, bronchitis and minor forms of, bronchial irritations, and h excellent for budding "P the By-stem afK-r colJa or flu. Money refunded if not relieved after taking according to i .ceetion*. Ask your druggist, (adv.) FOR Ttf£ COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG OAf

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