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SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1933. THE DAILY COUK1ER, CONNML.L.SVJLULilS. PAGE THREE. Among the Churches TRINITY LUTHERAN East Fairview avenue, W. H. Hetriok, D. D., pastor--Class catechism, 9 A. M.; Sunday school, 10 . o'clock, lesson, "Peter Sees Christ's Glory." Morning church worship, 11, sermon, "Friend of the Friendless." Luther ^League, 6:45 P. M.; topic, "Records"; leader, Earl Bower. Evening church worship, 7:30, series of sermons on "What Then?" First sermon will be "Should There Be No Other Life?" GERMAN LUTHERAN Paul E. Porath, pastor--Sunday school, 9 A. M.: hour of worship, 10:1S A. M.; theme of sermon, "To Whom Will the Glory of the Lord Be Revealed." Newly elected members of the church council will be installed at the morning service. They are William Baughman, William Sehmidtke and Albert Hcgncr. Luther League will meet Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma Hegner. Cathecatical Class will maet Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock. FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg street and Morton avenue, George R. Krupp, minister-Bible school, 9:45 A. M. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, sermon by Dr. C. E. Hawthorne, who will also speak in the afternoon at 3 o'clock and again at 7:30 P. M. Mid-week service of prayer and praise Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Peter Sees Christ's Glory HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAT SCHOOL LESSON ROCKY MOUNT BAPTIST %Villiam Lambert, pastor--At 31 o'clock, covenant meeting; at 12 o'clock, baptism; 12:30, Sunday school; 3 P. M., Lord's Supper. The Missionary and Church Aid will meet as usual and members arc asked to ansxvcr the roll call for 1939. Â· FIRST PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg and East Green streets, Karl H. J. Schocnborn, pastor--Bible School at 9:45 with classes for all ages, James H Luckcy, superintendent; morning worship service at 11 o'clock with Calvin. Chorus, junior choir of the church, providing the special music, pastor will preach on the subject "A Crown v for Every' Boy and Girl in Connellsville." Christian Endeavor service at 6:30, pastor will lead the meeting, FIRST UNITED BRETHREN Lincoln avenue at Race .street, Elmer A. Schultz, pastor--Unified service of worship and Bible school, 9:30 A. M.; special United Brethren men's day service in charge of Ot- tcrbcin Brotherhood, sermon by pastor on "The Priest-like Father." Bibic school lesson, "Peter Sees Christ's Glory." Christian Endeavor for Juniors, Intermediates and Seniors, 6:30 P. M. Evening service, 7:30, devotions in charge of Brotherhood, part two* of pictures "Oberamcrgau and the Passion Play" will be shown. evening worship service at o'clock with sermon entitled 7:30 'Lessens From Jesus." the Family Tree of CHURCH OF GOD Buchanan Circuit, G. W.'Byrnes, pastor, residence H19 .West Crawford avenue. Buchanan--Sunday school, 10 A. ,, M.; preaching service, 11 A. M.; "' Christian Endeavor, 7 P. M.; mid" week service, Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. Breakneck--Sunday school, 10 A. .' M.; Christian Endeavor, 7:30 P. M.; mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:30 . P. M. Clinton--Sunday school, 10 A. M.; evangelistic service, 7:30 P. M. Special revival services will begin at . Clinton Church of God, Sunday evening, January IS, with services each ' evening during the week, beginning ' Monday evening. Rev. Walter I. - Martin will assist Rev. Byrnes. The -meetings begin at 7:30 o'clock every -'night, CHURCH OF BRETHREN Vine and Newmyer, F. A. Myers, pastor, 407 E. Green street--Unified service at 9:45 A. M., worship hour, sermon, "The Soul of Religion", church school session. Young People's meeting at 6:45 P. W; study, "Know Your Church." Evening preaching hour at 7:30 o'clock, praise service, sermon, "The Out-of-Plumb Man." FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT West Apple street, A. R. Mans- bcrger, pastor--Class meet, 9 A. M.; Sunday school,' 9:45 A. M.; church worship, 10:45, sermon, "The Overflowing Cup." Intermediate Christian Endeavor, 6 P. M.; Senior C. E., 6:45; topic, "Finding Hidden Treasure." Evening o'clock, sermon, o _. Intermediate Christian Endeavor will ha special guests and some of members will have part in worship service. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. (The International Uniform Lesson on the above topic for Jan. 15 'Is Matthew 17: 1-18; 2 Peter 1:1618. the Golden Text being 1 John 1:14. "We beheld His glory, as the glory of the Only Begotten of the Father.") By NEWMAN CAMPBELL WITH MULTITUDES of people following Christ about and listening to His preachings, It probably was felt by Him that He must get away from the world sometimes and commune with His God. So, on this night of which we ate told He took his three best friends, Peter, James and John, his brother, and went up into a high mountain to pray. The record says it must have been Mount Hermon, which rises 9.000 feet. At any rate, while Jesus prayed apart from his companions, the three disciples went to sleep. They were awakened by a bright light, and they saw Jesus transfigured 30 that "His face did shine as the sun, and His raiment was white as the light." With Him the disciples saw- two great Jewish leaders, Moses and Ellas, the prophet. They were talking to Jesus about His coming death in Jerusalem. Then . a cloud appeared, and out of the cloud a voice spake and said: "This Is my Beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear thou Him." You can imagine that the disciples were frightened at first, but Jesus come and touched them and told them not to fear. All their lives these men. especially Peter, remembered and pondered on this vision. Have you ever seen a familiar face become transfigured with joy or inspired thought? It is something to remember. Plain human faces can reflect such a wondrouE light that are transformed and plain features are made beautiful. On the next day a certain man came to Jesus and brought his only son with htm. The son was an epileptic. The people of that day thought a devil was In him, tear- Ing and bruising him and.making him foam at the mouth and cry Â· out. The father said the disciples had tried to cure him, but they had not been able. Jesus cured the son 1 : and when His disciples asked Him f why they could not do it. He told Â· them it was because they did not have enough faith. Another interesting story which comes In today's lesson also illustrates how lack of faith may literally let one .down. It la the story of Jcsua walking on the water. The disciples were In a ship which was tossed about in the rough sea. Jesus was on the shore, and He went toward the ship, walking on the water. The disciples were frightened at seeing this miracle. They thought He was a spirit. But Jesus comforted them by saying, "Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid." Then Peter said: "Lord, if it be Thou, bid me come unto Thee on the water." And He said "Come." So Peter started walking toward Jesus on the water, but he became afraid, and when he was afraid he started to sink, crying out "Lord, save me!" Jesus stretched out His hand and'caught him and said, "Oh, thou of little faith, wherefore ditist thou doubt"? This is one of the many lessons we can remember all our lives. We must have faith. We may not be able to walk on the water. We do not live in the time of Jesus and we do not have the physical presence of the Savior. But if we believe that He can do all things, and If we trust and work hard toward a solution of our problems, we, too, can cany on, even though our paths seem dark. With a record of 890 consecutive actings to his credit, W. D. McGinis tendered his resignation Thursay as a member of the Rotary Club. The state of his health has made it ifficult for him to be regular in at- endance, Mr. McGinnis wrote Pres- dent E. R. Kooscr. In recognition f his long service the club made him n honorary member for life. Regret over the cessation of active anticipation in affairs of the club vas voiced by President Kooscr and R. K. Smjth, also by Dr. Harry J. Bell ot Dawson, tlie speaker of the vcckly meeting. One of the first men ie met on coming to this region was Mr. McGinnis, the doctor said. A 'lose friendship sprang up which has continued to this day--almost 50 ears. It has deepened with the passage of time. Mr. McGinnis was a charter member of the club. His continuous membership covered a period more ban 17 years. Always when he WES unable to attend a meeting here he 'made up" in some other town or . 1939. King Feiturcs Syndicate. IIK. worship at 7:30 'Christ's College.' DUNBAR M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor -- Sunday school, - 9:45 A. M.; preaching at 11 o'clock, Â·Â·"subject "A City Which Was Saved '/ By Craft." Epworth League, 7 P. M.; ; preaching, '7:30, subject "Institutions -. and Discoveries As Ministers of God." .Â·.Community Bible study, Tuesday '.'.evening at 7:30 at the parsonage, '; Harry Williams, instructor, topic cn- r titled "Israels' Prophets and Closing "Events for, 10 Years," Rev. Jesse R. V.Lohsinger, pastor of the Presbyter":'-n Church will give illustrated lec- Tture on pictures from the Bible at .'that time. -Mid-week prayer meeting -Wednesday" evening at 7:30; preceded Zby Probationers Class at 7 o'clock. GREENWOOD M. K. O. G. Cook, pastor -- Preaching, t9:30; Sunday school, '10:30; Junior 'League, 6:15; Epworth League, 6:45; Â·.-McKeesport District Youth Council, Â·'Saturday, January 21 at the church. MOUNT ZION BAPTIST R. D. Epps, minister--Bible School, 9:30. Devotional at 10:30 by the officers. The choir will render special selections' at 11. Regular morning program conducted by the pastor at 11:15; subject, "The Necessity for a United Working Church." B. Y. P. U., 6:30. Preaching at 8 by the pastor. Thursday, District Missionary meeting, all day. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Hetzcl Building, 126 West Crawford avenue--Sunday services, 10:45 A. M. Wednesday evening service at 8 o'clock. Sunday school, 9:30 A. M., subject of lesson sermon, "Life.' Golden Text Proverbs 12:28. Responsive reading, John 8:51-5?. A free reading room is maintained in the same building, where authorized Christion Science literature may be read or borrowed and is open each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 2 to 4 o'clock. -Beginning at 10 A. - throughout the day. M., continuing TRINITY EPISCOPAL ' East Fairview avenue, Hcnning O. Â· Daniclson, rector--Evening prayer, -7:30; boys' choir rehearsal Friday at "- 4 o'clock. At 7:30 Monday, January -16, the annual congregational meeting will be held. A lunch and social hour will follow. It is very important that each member attend.' CHRISTIAN - Merrill L. Cadwell, pastor--Bible School, 9:20 A. M.; morning worship, 10:40 o'clock, "The Church in Action." ^Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P. M. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock in the Martha Norton room. We are to begin a new scries of studies which will lead us through a consideration of some of the basic beliefs of Jesus. The theme of this service will be "Personality in a Personal Universe," Rev. Cadwell said. Situation in China , Will Be Explained Here Sunday Night The people of Connellsville and vicinity will hove an opportunity to hear first hand of the situation in China as Miss Mary B. Amo, a Pennsylvania woman, who returned from China last spring after teaching in that country for some time, will speak Monday night in the First Christian Church. Miss Amo formerly taught school at Knox, has her bachelor's and master's degrees from Columbia in religious education. Her appearance here is under the auspices of the Pennsylvania State Council of Christian Education young people's section as a special project in world friendship. Monday afternoon Mi.ss Amo will meet leaders ot missionary and educational work of the local churches. Pastors, teachers, missionary society presidents and others are invited to a conference with Miss Amo at 2 P. M, in the First United Brethren Church. Arrangements for the afternoon and evening meetings have been locally arranged by a special committee composed of Rev. M. L. Cartwell of the First Christion Church and Rev. E. A. Schultz of the First United Brethren Church. 'World Has Become Village" Rev. Elliott's Sermon Tomorrow PRESBYTERIAN Leisenring No. 1, William Hamilton, minister--Church service, 9:45 A. M., sermon, "Excuses Why I Am Not a Christian"; Church school, 10:30 A. M., topic "Peter See Christ's Glory"; Bible Study Class for men and women, "What Do We Mean by Transfiguration?", teacher Rev. Hamilton and superintendent, Mrs. Carrie Riggar. TRINITY REFORMED, Corner Pittsburg and Green streets, C. George Shupc, pastor-9:45 A. M., Sunday school hour, "Peter Sees Christ's Glory"; 11 A. M., sermon "The Cost of a New World," 7:30 P. M., sermon "Tomorrow's Church." HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday school, 10 A. M., Bertha Jones, superintendent. Regular service, 11 A. M. At 7:30 P. M., preaching by Rev. W. L. Lambert. His choir will sing. Beginning Monday, January 23, Rev. J. H. Robinson, former pastor, will conduct services every night for a week. UNION BAPTIST L. H. Colvin, minister--Sunday school at 9:30. The pastor will conduct morning and evening services. At 3 o'clock, Rev. H. D. Xober, pastor of Payne A. M. E., will preach and his choir will sing. The public is invited. Wednesday evening, at 7, prayer meeting. Thursday, the missionaries *will attend the woman's convention at Mount Zion Baptist Church, all day. Dr. Hawthorne Will End Sermon Series Tomorrow Evening Dr. C. E. Hawthorne of Washington, D. C,, will'bring the message at the United Presbyterian Church tomorrow at the morning, afternoon and evening services. At 11 o'clock, the sermon will deal with the modern question asked by an ancient governor. "What Shall I Do Then With Jesus?" At 3 o'clock a unique presentation of the Gospel will be cpntcred on the theme, "My Wife's Religion." The evening service at 7:30 wil' conclude the scries. In his closing message Dr. Hawthorne will attempl to answer the question "How Much Do You Weigh?" Dr. Hawthorne said Dial in finding out how njncr FIRST EVANGELICAL E. I. Mankamyer, pastor--Sunday school, 9:30; classes for ail ages. Morning worship, 10:30; subject, "A Debt of Honor." E. L. C. E., 6:45. Evening worship, 7:30; subject, 'Loves Law and Life." Prayer- meeting Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. Beginning Wednesday, January 18, there will be a class in "What Evangelicals Believe" follow the prayer service for 10 weeks. CHURCH OF NAZARENE Vanderbilt. A. V. Mountford, pastor--9:30, Bible school; 10:45, morning worship, message by Rev. W. J. '_ Strack, evangelist; 6, Y. P. praycr- *Â· meeting; 6:30, Y. P. service, topic "Foundations for Christian Living," leader, Mildred McLaughlin; 7:30, evening service, sermon subject "Where Are the Dead?" message by Kev. W. J. Strack, evangelist. Revival services will continue at 7:30 o'clock each evening next week including Saturday with Rex-. W. J. Strack. UNITED BRETHREN Faycttc Charge, W. J. Richey, minister. Mount Olive--Sunday school, 10; morning worship', 11, subject "The Secret of Power." Bothcrhood, IJon- day, 7:30; prayer-meeting Tuesday, 7:30. Â· Fairview--Sunday school, 10 A. M. There will be a union prayer meeting, to which everyone is invited at 2 P. M. East End--Sunday school, 9:45; C. E., 6:30 P. M.; evening evangelistic service, 7:30 meetings will continue all week with services each night at 7:30. The subject for tonight will be "Satan--Who Is He?" and for Sunday evening "How Much Is Your Soul Worth?" we weigh used." ''God's scales will be Decision Day for Dawson Methodists Decision Day will be observed h the Philip ,G. Cochran Mcmoria Methodist Episcopal Church at Dawson Sunday. A short service of thi church school will be held aftei which all scholars will go into thi sanctuary for the worship service Rev. Thomas Charlesworlh, pastor will preach on "Ananias and Saul." The evening service, 7:30 o'clock will be n continuation of the revivn effort which has been going on fo the past two weeks. The attendanc at all ot the services lias been ex cellent with the church being filled t capacity. PRESBYTERIAN West Lcisenrint;, William Hamilton, minister--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M., R. K. \Varnock, superintendent; Y. P. service, 6:45 P. M., leader, Kennedy Jenkins; church service, 7:?0. Imperial Male Quartet of Uniontown, will be here at 7:30 P. M., January 22, to render three selections. Has Finser Injured. GREENSBURG, Jan. 14--Miss Virginia Celzer of Tarr, employed at Seton Hill College, had a deep cut on her left index finger dressed at Westmoreland Hospital. She received the cut while performing her usual duties. Game Deceived. LAWTON, Okla., Jan. 14.--The "bugle calls" reported by visitors at the Wichita Mountains Wild Life Refuge come not from brass but f.-om the throats of bull ejk, refuge officials have said. Country's Future Held Dependent Upon Religion NEW YORK, Jan. 14.--Religion i the only foundation upon whic liberty and democracy, can be main tained in the opinion of John D Rockefeller, Jr. So he expressed himself in makin a donation of $25,000 to the campaig under way for 5250,000"for the con struction of a temple of religion a the New York World's Fair. He said: "This country was founded religion. Every day we are heann of the efforts made to banisli religio from other countries and of th ghastly train of events following ; the wake of these efforts. "The future of this country depend upon the religious foundation upo which it is built." "Our World Has Become a Vil ige" will be the subject of the ser ion at 11 o'clock Sunday morning a ie First Methodist Episcopal Church pccial music by the Senior Choi 'ill be under the direction of Helc rcy with Mrs. L. G. Hoover at th man. "It takes more of the grace od to live in the City than it doc i the country side," Rev. L. S lliott said. "The psalmist of ol ,ay have forbid us of taking up cproiich against our neighbor but h avc us no remedy for unneighbor ness. Modern life and modern in ention has brought the nations to rthcr as a neighborhood. The na ons, therefore, arc experiencing th cst ot living at close range just a imilics had to do during the in ux of rural people to the city. The earned that it took entirely ditleren pirit for people to live together : 'ose range than it did to live at som istancc apart. In this light, Jesu f Nazareth lias become a ncccssi' the world, not, because of th reeds and ceremonies with which avc surrounded him but because he spirit he can suppy to a trouble vorld. Without, which the world vill die of self-inflicted wounds." The evening vesper service will be it 4:30 o'clock. Meditation theme vill be "The Devil's First Lie." The /espcr hymns will be "Through Love o LiRht," "Ye Watchers and Ye Hob- Ones" and "Son Of My Sou!." From Yesterday's Last Editio, W.D. McGinnis Retires From Rotary After 390 Consecutive Meetings Eleanor~:Rdland Gives Travel Talk Before Catholic Daughters of America Members W. G. Davis Speaks At Gradale Meeting; ' Recent Bride Feted W. G. Davis, % superintendent of schools, gave a talk on "Educational Growth" at a meeting of the Gradale Sorority, held Thursday night at the Y. M. -C. A. Mrs. Ross J. Medcalf conducted the devotionals and Miss Evelyn Murphy, primus, was in charge of the business session. After the meeting members went to the home of Mrs. Russell C. Burk- holdcr in East Fairview avenue and surprised her with a shower. The sorority'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. Outlook Club Women To Discuss Medicine A program on "Medicine" will be presented at the regular meeting of ;he Outlook Club to be held Tucs- OFFICERS INSTALLED AT-G. I. A. MEETING Officers for the ensuing year were installed at the regular meeting ot Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A., to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, at the semi-monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon at Elks Home. They are: President, Mrs. E. W. Heavner; vice-president, Mrs. Delilah Soliday; secretary, Mrs. Josephine Meranda; chaplain, Mrs. Frank Kreger; insurance secretary, Mrs. C. H. Wcisgerber; treasurer, Mrs. Laura Appearing as guest speaker at the regular meeting of Court Announ- ciata o. 2GO, Catholic Daughters of America Thursday n i g h t , Miss Eleanor Roland gave a most interesting and informative illustrated Â· travel talk. She told of the cathedrals she visited during Jicr 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 Elks Hall and all members present signed a petition to be sent to Congress, asking that the Spanish embargo be kept. Members were invited to attend the Diocesan Conference of the Catholic Daughters of America \v.hich will be held Sunday afternoon, June 29, at the ballroom of the William 5 cnn Hotel, Pittsburgh. The con- crcnce will begin at 1:15 o'clock. Vice State Regent Miss Frances vlaher 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 guest and speakers at the banquet to be served at 6 o'clock at the urban room. . Those planning to attend the banquet arc ;o make their reservations by calling VIrs. J. E. Small, telephone 1127, not .atcr than January 23. day afternoon, January 17, at the | Fike; marshals, Mrs. John Collins home of Mrs. W. H. Hetdck in East Patterson avenue. Members are asked to note' the change of date. PAST PRESIDENT CONDUCTS AUXILIARY INSTALLATION Mrs. C. H. Wcisfjerber, post 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. Officers inducted aro: President, Mrs. Laura Fike; vice-president, Mrs. Jesse Whnlcy; secretary, Mrs. Josephine Meranda; treasurer, Mrs. E. W. Hcnvncr; chaplain, Mrs. Sadie McCliniock; marshal, Witt; outer guard, Mrs. Samuel Mrs. Frank Shclkcy; musician, Mrs. L. L. Leapline. A social hour followed the meeting. A delicious lunch was served, after which bingo was played. Prizes were won by Mrs. H. B. Pigman, Mrs. Witt, Mrs. Wcisgerbcr and Mrs. Oglevee. and Mrs. Edith DeBolt; guide, Mrs. A. J. McMullcn; sentinel, Mrs. Jesse Whaley; flagbcarcr, Mrs. G. N. Wood; musician, Mrs. O. A, Travis; pillars, Mrs. R. T. Cunningham, Mrs. R. S. Brashenr, Mrs. IX A. Dunn and Mrs. B. W. McCartney. Mrs. John Collins, past president, %vas in charge of the installation. Business of a routine nature was also transacted. The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, January 25. 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. Palmer conducted the devotionals and Mre. Vera Long, president, hac charge of the business session. The meeting was well attended and was followed by a social period. Men's Day Will Be Observed Sunday By United Brethren MISSIONARY CIRCLE NO. 2 MEETS AT SHELKEY HOME A covered-dish 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 Mrs. Frank Shelkcy in South Connellsville. The dinner will be served at the, church. Mrs. Minnie Reynolds conducted the devotionals, attcr which Mrs. Martin King presided over the business session. Plans were formulated for a Martha Washington tea which will replace the February meeting. Mrs. Newcomer was- received as a new member. Lunch was served by the hostess. Men's Day, an annual observance of all churches of the United Breth- Â·en denomination, will be held Sunday in the local First United Breth- Church. Both the morning and evening sessions will be in charge of he Shower's Chapter of the Otter-, beiu Brotherhood. The pabtor will deliver ii message, "The Priest-like father" at the morning service. An nnoration will be i liirge combined Men's Bible Class composed of members of the Friendship, Goodfellow- Â·ihip, Y. M. B., Onward, Willing Workers and King's Workers Bible classes, all of which include men or younR men. A special men's day bulletin and s'crvicc of worship will be provided at each service. The morning theme will be "The Man of Galilee in the Homes of Today" and the evening theme "The Man ot Galilee and . the Church U. S. W. Auxiliary l Officers Installed Engagement Announced. Announcement is made ot the engagement ot Miss Anna Marie Stanislaw, daughter of Mrs. Anna Stanislaw of Unlontown, and Joseph M Kissel, son of Mrs. Anna Kissel o Hibbs. The wedding is expected to be an event of the early spring. The bride-to-be is employed in the offices of the General Exchange Insurance Corporation at Uniontown. Her fiance is an employe of the H. C. Frick Coke Company ot Hibbs. Officers for the ensuing year were installed at the regular meeting, held by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans, held Thursday night at P. H. C. Hall. Mrs. Margaret Cosgrove, past president of the Uniontown auxiliary, assisted by Mrs. Olga Gibboney oÂ£ Mount Pleasant, conducted the installation. Officers are: President, Mrs. Hazel Herrick; senior vice-president, Mrs. Cecelia Harshman; junior vice-president, Mrs. Lottie Strawn; chaplain, Mrs. Clara DeBolt; conductor, Miss Mary Fagan; assistant, Mrs. Viola Kern; guard, Mrs. Julia Guard; assistant, Mrs. Hulda McCormick; patriotic instructor, Mrs. Josephine Coughenour; historian, Mrs. Edith Darby; secretary, Miss Madelyn Welsh; treasurer, Mrs. Mary Fagan; colorbcarers. Miss June Helms, Miss Edna Mae Collins and Miss Hazel Coughenour. At the close of the meeting lunch was served. Table appointments were carried out in the auxiliary colors, red, white and yellow.. Vases of yellow chrysanthemums were used in decorating. Favors were small red and yellow baskets ftllcd 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. Onward Class to Meet. The Onward Class of the First Methodist Protestant Church will Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. E. B. Small, 1227 Vine street. The committee consists of Mrs. Small, Mrs. Bcssc Glover, Mrs. Ernest McCoy, "Â·Irs. Harry Doppelheucr, Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Robert Boyd. MRS. HOWARD COLBERT HEAD OF EAST LIBERTY CLUB Mrs. Howard Colbert was elected president of the East Liberty Fancywork Club for the coming year at a delightful meeting held Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. J. T. Landymore, of North Dawson. Other officers chosen are: Vicc-prebidcnt, Mrs. G. E. Miller; secretary, Mrs, Frank Husband; treasurer, Mrs. George Beatty. The hostess,, assisted by her daughter, Miss Olive., served a delectable lunch. Bingo was played, the following receiving prizes: Mrs. Ida Hunker, Mrs. Frank Husband and Mrs. Howard Colbert. The club prize was won by Mrs. Fred Sccfclt. Miss Scefelt was a Ruost, The hostess for the next meeting will be announced. Personal Mention Triumphant" -with Oberammercau and- Play," Part II. pictures of the Passion Timely Sermons At Lutheran Church Beginning Sunday evening, Dr. W. H. Hetrick, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, will begin a scries of sermons i.howirig the absurdity of the atheistic and skeptical reasoning on views regarding the afterlife, heaven and lie]]. One species of conviction is to show the reduction and ab- surdum of viewpoints which will be attempted in the sermons. The first sermon will be on "Suppose Theic Is No Afterlife, What Then?" SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY MEMBERS ENJOY BIRD HIKE Members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Fayette County Fish and Game Protective Association enjoyed a bird hike Â· Thursday. They hiked to the end of Wills road extension and then toward Maple Spring, where they cooked their lunch over a camp fire. While there they saw the following birds: downy woodpeckers, cardinals, tufted titmice, chickadees, juncos and snow, buntings. Greek Catholic Ruling Reversed PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 14.--The State Supreme Court reversed a lower court ruling that it had no jurisdiction to grant a petition in which the Greek Catholic Union of Russian Brotherhoods of the U. S. A. sought to amend its charter. The Srfiuylkill county court had decided it could not act because the charter previously had been amended that the principal place of business should be in Munhall, Allegheny Â· B. B. B. Club Plays Biiijro. The B. B.' B.. Club was entertained, Wednesday evening by Miss Winona Hall at .her" home in Atlas avenue, South' Connellsville. Seven members and one guest were present. Bingo was played. First prize went to Mrs. Kenneth Myers, second to' Mrs. Albert "OrndorftY third 'to Mrs. W.TJ. Portcrfield. The "guest prize was won by Mrs. 'Scott Solssori. Lunch was served by'Miss Hall, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Myers. The place for'the next meeting will be announced. Torch'Victim pies. FLINT, Mich., Jan.'- -14. --Mrs. Anna Wight, 54, found with her clothing aflame at her home here, died in a hospital shortly after sheriff Thomas Wolcott said her husband, Jack, 49, n WPA worker, confessed he poured kerosene over her and ignited it. Mrs. -Charles Â·Â· R.- Driscoll and daughter, Mary Carol, of East Green street arc visiting Mrs. Driscoll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Riley, of Youngwood. Rhoda Mac Bavron, little daughter oÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barren ' in East Washington avenue, is able to be about after an illness. Edwai'd' S. Spotovich - of Norlh Seventh street visited in Pittsburgh Wednesday evening. Miss Jane Goodman of Dawson is spending the week-end with friends in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Louise Cage and daughter, Kathleen and Anita, ot Lincoln avenue arrived home Tuesday evening from Stuart, FJa., where they visiteo Mrs. Cage's father, James Kilroy. James J. Driscoll, president and general manager, James M." Driscoll, associate editor and J. Wylie Driscoll, u 'vertising manager of The Daily Courier, .went to Harrisburg to. attend a three-day newspaper conference. Mrs. J. W. Thorfon of Pittsburgh, who has been visiting her parents, air. and Mrs. C. E. DeMuth in Wills road, will leave this evening for Union:, N. J., to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams. Mrs. James .J. Driscoll, Mrs^ J. Wylie Driscoll, Mrs. James M. Driscoll and Walter F. Driscoll motored to Elizabeth Thursday afternoon to express their sympathy to the family of Albert J. Walker, retired attorney, who died suddenly .at Jackson, Tcnn. Mrs. 'James J. Driscoll. Mrs. Paul Â· V. Driscoll and daughter, Mary Susan, and George Fuehrer left this morning for Roanoke, Va. t to visit Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Catt. Mrs. James J. Driscoll, mother of Mrs. Catt, will remain for a few Â·Â·Â·eeks' visit. : Mr. and Mrs. .O.' H." Newcomer of 602 East Fayette street are in Aiken, S. C., where they plan to remain until April 1. Mrs. L. M. Findley and daughter. county, instead of "Mahanoy City, Schuylkill county. The Supreme Court ruled that it would be proper to allow the charter amendment in the 'county which granted the original charter. INDUCTION OF OFFICERS MARKS D. OF A: MEETING. Installation of officers featured the regular meeting of 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. Â· Officers Â·e: Councillor, Mrs. Elinore Henry; associate councillor, Mrs. Ida Doppelheuer; vice-councillor, M i s s Goldye Stahl; associate vice-council- lor, Miss Mary Ellen Swift; conductor, Ira Ritenour; warden, Mrs. Carrie Shelley; iriside sentinel, Mrs. Nell Rose Poshard; outside sentinel, Mrs. Mae Walker; trustee, Mrs. Frances Mullen; financial secretary, Mrs. Sara Crislip; treasurer, Mrs. Bcsse Glover; recording secretary, Mrs. Sadie Welling; assistant, Mrs. Ruth Geary. The councillor appointed the following committees: Social--Mrs. Anna Jaclcson, chairman; Mrs. Nclle Gangawarc, Mrs. Hazel Miller, Miss Mary Ellen Swift, Mrs. Catherine Hitenour and Mrs. /Cadell Doppelheuer, and Mrs. Myrtle LaRue. . . . Orphans--Mrs. Irene Baker, chairman'; Mrs. Jean Filburn, Mrs. Frances Mullen, Mrs. Anna Lape, Mrs. Besse Conner and Mrs. Sadie Welling. Delinquent -- Mrs.' Sara Crislip, chairman; Mrs. Bertha Gastkill, Mrs. Alice Ellis, Mrs. Delilah Soliday, Mrs. Bes.se Glover, Mrs. Carrie Shelley and Mrs. Carmie Earle. . School--Samuel M. May, chairman; Mrs. Dorothy Stools, Mrs. Mary Ritenour and Mrs. Nell Rose Poshard. Funeral--Mrs. Nolle Shippy, chairman, Mrs. Nclle Enolds. Miss Goldye Stahl, Mrs. Mac Walker, Mrs. Emmalou Cowgill,. Mrs. Sarah Collins and Mrs. Ida Doppelheucr. Reporters -- Mrs. Carmie Earle, chairman, and Mrs. Ruth Geary. Magazien reporter -- Mrs. Sadie Welling. . . , Flagbcarcrs appointed Thursday night are Mrs. Ida Ritenour and Mrs. Jean Filburn. The quarterly district meeting of Fayette District No. 2 will be held Thursday evening, January 26,, at Odd Fellows Temple. REV. L. S. ELLIOTT SPEAKS BEFORE MISSIONARY GROUP The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies Â· of the First Methodist Episcopal' Church met Thursday afternoon at the church parsonage, South Pittsburg street, with Mrs. Lawrence S. Elliott hostess. Mrs. W. S. Bchaiina had charge of the last named society pr.d Mrs. Cl Mrs. Howard Clark; of South Eighth i O. Bane, president, in charge of the street. Greenwood, lett Thursday business session of the Home Mis- night for Wyandotte, Mich., where they will spend a week us the guests of Mrs. Findley's son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Miller. Â· Mrs; F. D. Clifford of Huntington, W. Va., arrived here Thursday night for a visit .with her brother, T. V. Donegan, and her sisters, Misses Alice and Rose Donegan of West Cedar avenue. sionnry Society, opened the program with a New Year popm. Mrs. L. S. Michael conducted the devotionals. The theme of the program was "Citizenship" and Rev. Lawrence S. Elliott, church pastor, gave a .fine talk on "The Relations of Home Missions to the Community." A social hour followed. Mrs. Elliott served a tasty lunch.