p.\r- TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1935. D. /(jf MclLvaine Discusses Astronomy At Meeting of Junior Culture CLub Appearing as guest speaker at a meeting of the Junior Culture Club Tuesday night, D K Mcllvaine gave a most interesting and enjoyable talk on "Astronomy," one of his many hobbies. He discussed the similarity between'the astronomical and electronic worlds, and taking each, planet separately explained their peculiarities Mrs Marie Glgllottl arranged the following program 4 Violin solo, Charles JSobinson, accompanied" by Miss Virginia Graham; vocal solos, 'CMy Heart-Keeps Singing," Gustav Klcmm, and "Japanese Love Bong," Clajton Thomas, Mrs. Edna Charles- ivorth Decker, with Miss Graham pianist, -piano solos, "Prelude" and "The Girl With the Flaxen Hair," Do Busscy, Miss Graham. The meeting was held at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library and opened with a business session Â·with the president, Miss Louise Wil- --helnvin- charge Two new members, Mrs "William Bailey and Frances Floto, were received. A dainty lunch was served by the hostesses, MJSS Sylvia Sullivan, Miss Emma Hamgan, Mrs. Helen Fette, Miss. Bertha Cunningham, Mrs. Huth Hueshcn and Mrs. Laura Alguire The table, covered with a. lacq cloth, was adorned at either end with red tapers !n crystel holders. The lovely center piece was a New Year float on which was seated the baby New Year' driving two wnite reindeer nnd rinsing silver bells bearing "1838.' The float was white against a background of silver trees. The next meeting \vlll be an inspection tour of the .Capstan Glass Company. Hostesses ure Miss Josephine Harry, Miss Madelyn Welsh Miss Jane Sjbcrt, Miss Margarei Fowler, Miss Alma Shaw, Miss Helen Hobmson Burhans. and, . Mrs. Catherine V. B. WIN ONE CLASS FORMS BANQUET PLANS The Win One Class of the^Flrst United Brethren Church held. Its monthly meeting Tuesday night a the church at the close of the Week of Prayer service. The meeting opened with a hymn, "Holy, Holy Holy," by the class Mrs. E A Schultz offered prayer and Miss Delia Schrock read the Scripture - Mrs. H. C. Snippy gave'a jSlk^pn Good Beginning."'"The program closed with a hymn, "Close to Thee,' class. Mrs Sara Listen, president, hac charge oÂ£ the business session. Plans, were made for the annual class ban- quet to be held Thursday night ~ February 10. The meeting con eluded with the Lord's Prayer which _, was repeated In unison. Lunch was served In Fellowship Hall by the co-hostesses, Mrs. Lewi' Sidow and Mrs. George Bauer, and their aides, Miss LaVÂ»rno Miller Miss Elizabeth Gorsuch and Mrs Â· Harry Cause, * "were present. Thirty-five members Junior Auxiliary Will Celebrate Its - ] 0th Anniversary Meeting Tuesday night at the lomc of Mrs Mnnc Fuller at Van- derbllt, the Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday Afternoon Club of Von- derbilt planned for the celebration of its tenth anniversary on Monday evening, January 24, at the home of tflsscs Nellie and Grace Snyder oÂ£ liberty. A covered-dish dinner will 3e served at 7 o'clock Former members will be invited- Mrs. Jessie Brady, president,-presided over the business session. The greater part of the evening was given over to an Interesting program on "Science," Papers read Rabbi I.M.Walden Speaks at Meeting Of Jewish Council Rabbi Irving M. Walden gave a splendid talk on "Palestine Today" at the January meeting of the Con- ncllsvllle Section of the Council oÂ£ Jewish Women at which Mrs Louis Barren wnb hostess Tuesday night at her home, 111 Ejst Washington ave- ue. Rabbi Waldcn's talk was preceded y a business session with the prcsl- cnt, Mrs. M M Snyder, in the hair Mrs Barron served lunch at 10 close of the meeting. The Study Group will meet Tues- ay afternoon, January 11, at 2 'clock at the home of Mrs. Louis Snpolsky, 609 East Gibson avenue. The next meeting of the council vill be held Tuesday evening, Febru- ry 1, at the home of Mrs. G. C Davidson, 511 Race street were: Love; "Cellophane," Miss "Photo Electric Cells," Clara Bedillion, "Liquid Air.' Ruth Miss Mrs Helen Lynn; "Latest Inventions," Miss Lola Ncwmycr; "Bemberg," prepared by Mrs. Hilda Dunn nnd read by Mrs, Madlyn Valentine. Lunch was served by the hostess and her aides, Miss Anna Mae Workman nad Miss Hilda Barnharl. An amateur program will be given, at the February meeting to be held at the home of Mrs Allanoir Hcrron. The February meeting will be helc : at the home of Mrs. Charles Leighty O. R. C. ATJXIIJARY OFFICERS INSTALLED Officers for the ensuing year wcr installed at the regular meeting o Coko Region Division No. ID' Ladies' Auxiliary to tho Order o Railway Conductors, held Tuesday afternoon at the B. 4* O. Y. M. C. A They are: President, Mrs. Pearl Knight; vice-president, Mrs. Agnes Seese; srcretary-treasurci, Mrs Helen Conrer; senior sister, Mrs " Margaret Mickey; junior sister, Mis. Frances Treiitlo; guard, Mrs. Maude - Alccse, trustees, Mrs Sarah Moon, Mrs. Rose Lingcnficld and Mrs. Alice Showman; delegate, Mrs - Knight; alternate, -Mrs. Francos' Treutle. Mrs. Knight was the in' stalling officer. - Mrs. Alice Showman was reported on the sick list. Mrs. Mary Fair and Mrs. Edith Fisher, who have been ~ ill, were reported to bo Improved. JESSE SHEARER DUNN IS SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY A delightful birthday party was - given Saturday evening at the home _ of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Dunn near Flatwoods In honor of the twenty - first anniversary of thear son, Jesse Shearer Dunn. The party, a" com- r plcte surpnse~to theJThonor guest, _ was cleverly . arranged by _ JSifi" .-brother, Jimmy. -Guests, numbering -- about thirty-five, included members _ of the Christian Endeavor Society of J the VanderbiH PresDyterion Church - and a few neighborhood friends of the guest of honor. The evening was given over to ^gamcs Later Mrs. Howard Dunn, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. James Romesburg and daughter-in-law, Mrs.' Willard Dunn of ConneJsviJUc, scxved a dainty lunch. Mr Dvnn was the -recipient of a number of gifts. ' FLATUOODS W. W. GUILD MEETS IN UNIONTCHVN A covered-dish supper preceded the January meeting of the Worlc Wide Guild of the Flatwoods Baptist Church, held-Monday evening at. Uie home of Mrs Vcrnon Crawford of Uniontown Mrs. Ellsworth Dunn presided over the business and Mrs Roy Griffin had charge of the program in which all participated. The topic was "The Rural Church and the New Day." Cheer Sisters" were revealed and names were chosen for the new year Present at the meeting and supper were Mrs. James Rittcnhouso, Miss Sarah Zimmerman, Mrs. Roy Griffin Lorcnn Vance, Mrs. Daniel Mosser Morfaret Brownfleld, Mrs. Ellsworth "Dunn, Esther Arisen, Anna Holland Mrs. Robert Furnier, Mrs Willard Dum., Mrs. Gordon Vaughn, Mrs Paul Brown, Mrs-. Otis Rittenhouse Mrs. John Holub, Grace Brov.nfield Mrs. Thomas Moore and one guest Mrs Robert McBurncy. The February meeting will be heic at the home, of Mrs Paul Brown. UPPER M1DDLETOWN GIRL MARRIED AT McKEESPORT Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Jeanne R. Whctscl daughter of W. Clayton Whetscl o. Upper Middletown, and Clifford Rcct of Latrobc on Tuesday, December 28 at the parsonage of the Ballentyne Methodist Church at McKccsport Rev. Donald Whctscl, cousin of the bride, officiated The bride, who was unattended wore a gown of navy blue chiffon velvet with matching accessories, an a corsage of orchids. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Randolph at McKccsport Mrs. Fred Reed is ctaa teacher a the Scanght school, while Mr. Reed is a member of the faculty of thi Junior High School at Crafton. Miss Jean Sparks of Indian Hem was among the guests at the wed ding. DR. HEMINGTON WILL SPEAK BEFORE MEDICAL AUXILIARY Dr J. G. Hcmington will be the suist speaker at a meeting of the F.iycttc County Mcdl_cal_Auxiliary to -be held Thursday cv enmg at LOIS MAY RECEIVES PRIZE FOR SELLING YULE CARDS T.ois May received first prize fo selling tfie- greatest number o Christmas "card- boxes for Troop 4 GlrirScouts, it was announced Tues "day evening when the troop met a its room in tho First Presbyterian Church. Mary Jane Sweeney aw Sally Minerd tied for second plac and both received awards Othe Scouts who will be entitled to year's subscription to tho Amcric.i: Girl Magazine will bo notified at til next meeting. A money raising contest between the pairols is being staged. Eac patrol must pay for its flag whic! she will complete and bring to th next meeting All-girls will finis their tenderfoot tost next week. Scout-songs -were sung and th mooting closed with tho friendship -circle and taps. Â·OCTLOOK CLUB POSTPONES LUNCHEON AND MEETING The annual New Year luncheon o the Outlook Club, scheduled lo Saturday, as well as the regula meeting which was to have bee. held Monday, have been postpone to a later date because of illnes within the membership of the club. SIccrsdÂ»lc Girl to Wed, Announcement of the engagcmen of Miss Mildred Virginia Allen daughter of Mr. and Mrs Osca Allen of Meyersdale, to Charles Lc Hill of Cumberland was made Sun day night at a luncheon giv en at th Allen home - The engagement wil Ready for Takeoff FAYEITE COUNTY'S OLDEST TWINS MARK 89TH BIRTHDAY Fayctte county's_oldest twins, Mrs Eliza Harris of Balsingcr and Mrs Matilda Maust of Uniontown, celebrated their eighty-ninth birthday Tuesday nt tic Maust home. Mark- ng the occasion was a birthday dinner at which covers were laid for the honor guests and. Mrs. Lottie Moser nnd daughter, Sara, J. E Maust of Philadelphia and Mrs. Maust's daughter, EH/a, and son, Charles N. tlaust. Mrs Harris and Mrs. Maust, daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs Joseph Johnson of German township, were born January 4, 1840. They arc sisters of Albert Johnson of East Connellsvillc, who is in his 86th year, and aunts of Dr. L. Dale Johnson of this city. 1IARJORIE BROWN. FORMER LOCAL GIBL. TO MARRY Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Brown of Elgin avenue, Pittsburgh, formerly of Connellsville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Warjoric Lytlc Brown, to Dr. Frank Ellsworth Butters, Â·son ot Mr. and Mrs C. M. Butters of Corry, Pa Miss Brown attended Maryland College and the New York School of "mo and Applied Arts. Her fiance s n graduate of Allegheny College md the University of Pittsburgh Medical School. He is now doing post-graduate work nt Harvard. EDNA KESLAR IS HOSTESS TO GEMMANEE BRIDGE CLUB Miss Edna Kcslor entertained the Gcmmanee Bridge Club Monday night at her home in Cottage avenue. High prize was awarded to Miss Marie Louderback and second to Mrs. Thomas Hess. At a late hour a delicious lunch was served by the liostcss, assisted by her mother, Mrs. John Keslar." Attractive appointments in keeping with New Year prevailed. The next meeting will be held Monday evening, January 17, at the home of Miss Loudcrbjck. U. B. MISSIONARY WOMEN- WILL MEET FRIDAY NIGHT Following the Week of Priycr scr- \icc on Friday night, the Woman's Missionary Society of the Firsl United Brethren Church will meet a! the home of Mrs. Ira Fleshcr, HO South Fourth street, West Side. Mrs S L Fletcher wil have charge 01 the program The theme is "The Change Life." in American Community SHILO LODGE MEETING WILL BE PRECEDED BY SUPPER Shllo Lodge No. IOC, Ladies Auxiliary to the B of R. T will hole its regular business meeting Thursday evening at 7.30 at the B O Y M. C A. A chicken supper for members will be served at 0 o'clock After the business meeting Christmas gifis will be exchanged. Members will play bingo Lottie A. Bradley Class. The regular business and socia meeting of the Lottie A. Bradley Class of the South ConncUsvill Evangelical Church will be helc Thursday night in the tocial room o the church. Dunbar Couple Licensed. A marriage license was issued a Uniontown to John Edwin Her* bergcr and Helen Cole of Dunbar. Everson Man Heads V. F. W. County Group Chirlcs Wmgrove of Everson vva reelectcd commander of the Fayett County Council, Veterans of Foreign Wars, at the annual meeting Tues day night at Uniontown Harry Couch of Brownsville "wa named senior vice-commander, Le Myers of Brownsville junior vice commander and Hart Moore of Un lontovvn chaplain. In the absence of John V Horan State department commander, Chcs ter Zcrbe, senior vice-commander accompanied by Liasion Officer Clark Swensel and Adjutant C A Gnau visited the council after making stops in Connellsville and Everson There were largo delegations from all sections of the county. o Joint Service Tonight; Churches Have Own Programs Piayci servK.cs w'll be held this venmg in all Protestant churches in rdcr that each conjugation may idividually take part in the Week '. Prayer services "Barriers Burned Away" was the home of meditations last evening , services held in the Reformed, lilted Brethren and Trinity Luther- churches The program, as ar- angcd by the Committee on Evan- elism of the Federation Council of 10 Churches of Christ, brought to ic attention the need of prayer for oigivcncss. Through the faults, lortcommgs and trcspasseb of man' md a barrier has been placed be- wccn man and his Creator, it was omtcd out In order that man may cceive forgiveness from God, he must in turn forgive those who have (Tended him. What haim has been one to the church of Christ in the hurchcs thcieof because of the lack f forgiving harmony, now one vcr measure Services will be held Thursday vcning at the First Presbyterian Baptist and the Greenwood Metho- ist Episcopal Churches Rev. G. R. Crupp, pastor of the United Presby- crian Church, will preach at Dun- jar. n. A. StranaJuui, Jr.. Hundreds of New Yorkers have gone west for their winter vacations UiiÂ« year at Sun VoJlcy. Idaho, snow playgrounds In the mountains. R. A. Strannhan, Jr., son of a New York manufacturer. la pictured ready to start swiff descent of the long okl 3lOÂ£c._ Paul L DeBolt New Burgess, S. Connellsvill Paul L DeBolt, who lust Cctobc was 28 years, of age, became South nclliville's youngest bargcss on Mondaj. An employe of the packing deportment of Capstan Glass Com [any, the new executive is a son o Mr. and Mrs. R. W. DeBolt: Hi succeeded C E. Pmkerton. South Connellsville Council re organized Monday night with the re election of Maxwell Moore as presl dent and Samuel Witt as vlcc-prcsi dent Charles E. Wcjant, who h.i served as secretary for 10 ycjrs, \va chosen, for another term of two y while H E Adams, treasurer fo about 18 years, was reelectcd. W. G Cochran was named health officer and secretary of the Boai of Health, succeeding W S Burdcttc Kcnzie McClmtotk'vvas chosen po lice officer and Donald Higbc borough solicitor for two years L O. Burke was elected audilo for four years to serve out the un expired term ot Burgess DeBolt vvh had been named two years ago an resigned to become burgess Gcorg E. Hoggart is the auditor for si years New members of council arc Al bcrt R Pirl, Ernest Helms an Alonzo LinRcnflcld, succeeding W. L Ritcnour, Â£. R. Pierce and S. J Er.glc. Others on the body are A' bcrt Orndorlt, Maxwell Moore on Samuel Witt. Council granted permission to th firemen to install sufficient units fo gas heating of the Cre station. Th work will bo done by the firemen Three building permits m th amount of $555 were granted. The office of boiough cngincc will be filled at the meeting February. Counclimamc committees ap pointed follow. Street and s^wer -- Orndorff Helms and Mctcalf Property and police -- Witt, Orn dorff ,ind Pill Ordinance antl printing -- Pir Vilt and Helms Finance and auditing -- Orndcr: Metcalf and Lin jenfleld. Street lighting-- Lmgenflcld, Me calf and Helms Planning -- Helms, Lingcnilcld at: Witt Health -- Mctcalf, Pill and Lingcn field. Siffns Odd Fledge. HOLLYWOOD, Jan 5 --Haro! Lloyd, film comedian kept from wor by a sprained ankle, has bound h latest leading lady, Phyllis Welc from engaging in any plans abo mirriage for the next six months Miss Welch signed a pledge to kce not only from marrying but fro even becoming engaged in the fir half ot 1038. o'cle-i ai C~ V. .',, .. ,iotcl, ding Umontoun. Member speaker for the o\ermg will be Mis Ralph Cox ot fatar Junction, a past president, who terminate in an early spring wcd- vvill give the second of a series of talks nn "Highlights of Medicine ' Hosieries for the Â·social hour are Mrs. David Hemington, chairman, Mrs G. H Griffin, Mrs. Franklin Smi'Ji and Mrs S A Balta Guest it Partj. Miss Mabel Irent of Uniontown was a guest nt a New Years Eve pnrtj given by the Progressive Social Club Mrs Elcnnor Colvin, president, served on the committee Marriage .Announced Miss Betty Leonard, only duugh- j H E L P S TO tor of Mr. and Mrs LaMott Lconai d [ of Uniontown, nnd Charles Lowe, al- Â·Â·o of Unlontonn, v\ere married Julv 1037 al Wcllsburg, W. Va Mrs Leonard is a member of the senior class of tho Uniontown High School Licensed ot Cumberland. Robert Henrj Ferns of Cleveland and Anna Stark of Mount Pleasant were licensed to wed nt Cumberland. D. of U. V. lo Mcel The Diuehtcrs of Union Veterans, will meet Friday night al Elks Hall nt 7 30 o'clock Installation of ncv\ ofiiccrs will lake place. Spccnlly designed for the nose nnd uppt r throat, where most colds start. Used in time, helps lmml many colds. ' GET AHEAD IN 1938! 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Â«= Â· fei;Bj| Over McCrorys ruts'I W Criwford A \ o ^ Vily pnone 34 ConnellsUlIc " \our Unseen Friend WJAS ^ S-turd.v 8 P M JOB INSURANCE FUND TO MEET ALL DEMANDS UTHERLAND WILL RETIRE JANUARY 18 Dunbar Township / Supervisors , Frazier Chairman By United Press HARRISBURG, Jan. 5 --Ample funds are available to support the State's new job-insurance system, officials insisted today, despite heavy filing for unemployment compensation benefits recorded at the 100 employment offices The job insurance "pool," now containing upwards of $85,000,000 will be swelled to about $150,000,000 before the end ot 1838, while the drain this year in benefits IE not expected to exceed $10,000,000. WASHINGTON, Jan. 5.--The Social Security Board today granted more than $2,000,000 to 18 states and Alaska to meet the "exceptionally heavy administrative burden" placed upon state unemployment compensation officials by current business recession and the seasonal unemployment Chairman Arthur J. Altmeycr of the Social Security Board pointed, however, to the "stabilizing effect on business" of the unemployment com- Eugone Frazier was elected chairman of the board of road supervisors of Dunbar township at the reorganization meeting on Monday. Bricc J. Colbert was chosen secretary-treasurer and Arthur A Brown solic.tor. f i The other supervisors are Fred 'worthlngton and Jack Cochran, the latter succeeding Roy Strlckler. pensation' benefits which started in 21 states and the District of Columbia this month. States receiving a portion. oÂ£ the money included Pennsylvania and West Virginia. HOW'S YOUR STOMACH? Allooot, PJU--Mfi Olire Coldvrell. 70S 6th Ave.. uyi: "I suffered from Â«etd vn- diffestioa and lour I Â·tamach, I wonM txlch KU and have hranbnro ted!?. After I bad used Or Pterce'i Golden Medical Discovery a Â·hort time I had a aplendid appetite and could digest practicalir ererythmg " Bur it from your drnffirot today. Sec how much more vigorous TOO fed. Continued, from Page One. look the step because he felt he had Â·cached the age where ho no longer could continue the duties of the Su- rcme Court justice without sacrl- icmg his health. It was understood that his genera physical condition at present was ;ood but that he believed it might jrcak should he continue on the court. He 15 70. Sutherland's retirement followed Van Devantcr's by eight months Van Dcvanter's resignation came near the conclusion of the historic fight over President Roosevelt's' judiciary reorganisation plan. The act provides that Supreme Court Justices may retire at the full $20,000 per year salary nnd may be colled back to active service m lower courts at the direction of the Chief Justice. Van Devantcr is sitting this month as B judge in the Federal district court for Southern New York, having been named to serve there during the month of January by Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes. Friends of Sutherland said he planned to offer his services in the future m the same manner as did Van Dcvantor and that he expects lo -;it occasionally in lower Federal tribunals Sutherland, one of the four men born outside oÂ£ the United States ever lo sit upon the Supreme bench, was enlisted firmly among the conservative branch of the court during his 16 yean, on the bench. He was appointed in 1922 by President Harding and from his first appearance on the bench. Ills career was distinguished for conservatism. Wlmt Do Marks Mean? NEW YORK, Jim 5 --Two Broadway producers hive accepted the first play of a Hunter College senior, Hilda Konlgsberg The joke at present, however, is that Miss Kocnigs- bcrK is taking a course in play- vvnting In which she has received only "fair" grades thus far Steel Official Die*. SHARON, Jan 5--Thomas B Doyle, 58, ofliciiil of the Malleable Steel Cotipiny, and brother ot Chailes "Chilly" Doyle, Pittsburgh sports writer, died today. f W O R K FOR J.OW WAGES AND NEVER ASK FOR T/ME Off. BEST OF REFERENCES, TOO.' REDDY KILOWATT "Your Willing Savant" '1 never ask for time off, but I'll give YOU plenty of rime off--if you'll just turn your housework over to me. Check up--maybe there are more places you can use me right away!" WEST PENN POWER CO. We're Celebrating - - the First Anniversary of Our Portrait Studio You - - 8x10 Portrait, Unfed in Oik--for .. Just one year ago tomorrow our Portrait Studio on the Second Floor was given biith. And to celebrate we offer you this outstanding value as well as several others we'll tell you about. Portraits taken, without appointment. WOULD YOU BUY IT All merchants-nearly everybody who makes a living by selling something--can be divided into two distinct groups: GROUP ONE: The merchant whose goods give so little value that he, like the old-time vendor of gold-bricks, cannot expect "repeat" orders. He must make all his profit from the first (and only) sale. Then he must seek buyers not yet familiar with his goods or reputation. GROUP TWO: The merchant whose goods are sold in the hope of winning the purchaser's continued patron, age. He can exect only a mod- ate profit. Thus, one sale per person is not enough. Each article must be good enough to make the buyer want to buy it again. The merchants who advertise in this paper belong to Group Two They could not stay in business unless they earned "repeat" orders- unless they gave you honest value for every dollar you spend with them That is why each article they sell must be so thoroughly satisfactory that you would later answer "yes" to this, the most important question a merchant can ask a customer: "Would you buy it again?"
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