The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 16, 1939 · Page 2
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January 16, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILL-E, PA. MONDAY, JANUATS.Y 16, 1930. By LYNNE B KTNCELL Rose Mary McGivern of Dunbar to Marry Dr. Meivin O. Hoover Wednesday, Feb. 1 Miss Rose Mary McGivern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. McGivern ol Dunbar, has chosen Wednesday, February 1, as the date for her marriage to Dr. Mclvin O. Hoover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin G. Hoover of 267 East Crawford avenue. The ceremony will take place at 9 o'clock in the morning at St. Aloysms Church at Dunbar. Rev. George F. Hurley, pastor, will officiate. The bride-elect is nurse for A. Ovcrholt Company, Inc. at Broad Ford, and her fiance is a well-known local dentist. Richard H. Gingrich Arranges Program For Junior Culture Club Bandmaster Richard H. Gingrich has arranged a program for the regular meeting of the Junior Cultuio Club, scheduled for Tuesday night at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free SECRETARY TO HEAD OF COUNTY SCHOOLS TO WED Miss Hazel Ruth Downey, sec.ro- ary in the ofllccs of Harry J. Biown- flcld, superintendent of schools, has chosen Thursday, January 19, ab the late of her marriage to Samuel Dane, Jr., son of Samuel Dane of Fairchance. The ceremony will tnke rtncc at 7 o'clock in the evening at 5ts. Cyrjl and Methodius Church at Fairchnnce and will be marked by quiet simplicity. Rev. Thomas J. Harnyak will officiate. The bndc-clcct, a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Coughenour of Smlth- leld, was graduated from Georges Township High School and the Pittsburgh Academy. Her fiance, also a traduate of Georges Township High School, is employed in the produce department of the Union Supply Company's store at Footodalc. Library. The meeting will begin at 730 o'clock with j business session to be presided over by the president. Miss Lois Kcffer. Hostesses, Mrs. C. J. Fcttc, chairman; Mrs. Elmer Milliron, Miss Virginia Mmerd, Miss Charlotte Dillon, Miss Helen Trcn- bcrth. Miss Dorothy Hoover and Mrs L. M. Winklor, have arangcd special entertainment in connection with the lunch. ANNUAL SUPPER IS GIVEN BY MARY J. RHODES CLASS Places were laid for thirty at the annual covered-dish supper of the Mary J. Rhodes Class of Trinity Reformed Church, served at 6:30 o'clock Friday night in the church balcony. A color scheme of pink and green was attractively carried out. The centerpiece was a clever likeness of a rabbit, made of cabbage heads, while place cards were animal cut-outs fashioned of gingham. Favors were popcorn nosegays. At the close of the supper an interesting program, with Miss Margaret Shupc mistress of ceremonies, was presented. L, Ross Nicely, Sunday school superintendent, spoke on · "Suggestions for Improvement In the Sunday School in 1939," after which a talk on "What I Expect to Give for My Class in 1939," was given by Mrs Luclla Rudolph, class teacher. Mrs Jessie Kestner read the treasurer's report for 1938 and Rave suggestions for 1939. "Whit I Would Like to Give for My Class as a Member," was the subject of a talk by Mrs. Mary Banning. Miss Lorccn Purbaugh sang "I Would Be True." The prom am closed with a hymn, "Blest B* the Tie That Binds," sung in unison. WESTMINSTER CLASS GIVES GIFT TO MRS. THOMAS ACKER Airs Thomas Acker wns given a lovely bedspread by members of the Westminster Class of the First Presbyterian Church at the class meeting Friday evening Mrs. Acker is the former Miss Jeanncttc Love The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Ralph Dewcy in East Washington avenue with Mrs. Carl Porter as co-hostesses. Mrs. D W. Dull president, presided over the busincs' session which was followed by a game. Lunch was served by the hostesses Mrs W. Howard Dean will entertain the class at her home in Sycamore street, February 2, with Miss Catherine Proudfit as co-hostess. ALLAN FIKE OF CONFLUENCE. V/EDS HARNEDSVILLE GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Roy Colfiesh O Harnedsvillc announce the marriagi of their daughter, Miss Mac Colflcsh to Allan James Flke of Confluence The ceremony was solemnized Saturday afternoon-, January 7, at Friends villc, Md , with Robert L. Grcynolds pastor of the Methodist Eplscopa Church, officiating. The bridegroom is n mall carrier between Conflucnc and Jricndsvlllc, The couple will go to housekeeping at Confluence in the near future. - - Lutheran Mlssloners-Mect. Mrs. L. W. Carpenter had charg of the devotlonals at the rcgula meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of Trinity Lutheran Church held Thursday evening at the socla room of the church. Mrs. H. C. Hoff man conducted the lesson, the topi of which was "What the Church Doe For the City." Mrs. W. H. Hctrick ircsldcnt, was in charge of the bus! ness session. Plans were made fo a missionary tea to be held February 23. Refreshments were served by committee composed of Mrs. E. R Floto, Mrs. D. K. Artman, Mrs. Wll .iam Love and Mrs. Frank Mcckes. JIRS. RALPH F. SLIGER IS HOSTESS TO riDELIS CLASS Mrs. Ralph F. Sliger entertained the Fidelis Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church Friday night at her home in West Patterson avenue. The meeting opened with several hymns, sung in unison. Scripture was rend by the president, Mrs. Bryan Nabors. A short bus.r.rss session was held, after which members were enter_ tamed with n vocal duct by. Mrs. "Harold Ghost and Mrs. Vcrna Rohlf, and an accordion and bell lyre duct by Mrs. Clarence L. MacDonald and son, Edward. Mrs. Ruby Hicrs had charge of the program. · Tasty refreshments were served by Mrs. Sliger, assisted by Mrs. A. L. Hall, Mrs. Pasqualo Gigliotti, Mrs. Elmer A. Raudman, Mrs.- John G -Scnor and Miss Sylvia Anderson. Auxiliary to Meet. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Patriarch Militant will meet at 7-3C o'clock Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street. There will be election of ofll- " ccrs and a gift exchange. Ormard Class Meeting. The Onward Class of the Firs' TMethodist Protestant Church will meet Tuesday night at the home ol Mrs E. B. Small in Vine street. " J. B. I. Club. Miss Winona Hall will entertain the members of the J. B. I. Club Thursday evening at her home in Atlas avenue, South Connellsville. Pay Off ALL Your Bills With a Personal Loan Then bavo LESS to pay «ach njoniJx, becauM you hovo emJy ONE plac* to pay. Thetvll bo moro LETT OVER lor your living expense*. Main ioquli«* meat, juxt your ability to repay tbo loan In email cams rogulaily. No co-makers. No iadteaoot laquUlu. Torvonol Credit" loons up to $000 oa your jugnotvu* only, or tho** of huibond oad wife. Cotnv Mcctlnc Announced. Tho Dorcas Mission Circle of Trin ty Lutheran Church will meet nt th tome of Misses Esther and Margare Miles, 227 South Prospect street, th evening. The time Is 7:45. Athens Temple Tuesday. Athens Temple of the Pythian Sis ters will mc6t at 7130 o'clock Tues day evenlng'at the Elks Home. Mozart Junior Club Will Meet Wednesday The Junior Mozart Club will hold s January meeting Wednesday cve- ng at the home of Miss Rosclyn ulli, 251 East Crawford avenue, he time is 7:30 Miss Rulll's Bides ·111 be Miss Violet Daniels, Miss Iclcn Enany, Miss OlK'C Louise lackstonc, Joseph Cariton and Don osselman, Jr. The program to be presented be- jr the scnloi club nt the Inttcr s loom t the Carnegie Free Library Janu- ry 30, will be rehearsed Wednesday vcning. IKS. CARL FKIEND HOSTESS TO HOME ECONOSIICS CLUB Miss Mary Anderson of Union- own, home economics w orker in | 'ayette county, had charge of th" nnuary meeting of the Mill Run lome Economics Club at which Mrs. Clyde Friend was hostess. The meeting wns devoted to a dls- usslon of household improvement, lothcs designs, and minor hints in ui; making. Eleven members were present. Ticy were: Mrs D L. Mnricltn, Mrs. Charles Marietta, Mrs. Lcland TIs- ue, Mrs. Irvin Mountain, Mrs. Ralph 'Issue, Mrs Gro\er Work, Mrs. Charles Dahl, Mrs. Clyde Friend nnd ·liss Virginia Friend of Mill Run, Vlrs. F. S. Wortman of Ohlopyle. The February meeting will be held t the home of Mrs: Irvin Mountain. GREENWOOD CHOIR FETES MARY MORRIS, DIRECTOR The choir of the Greenwood Meth- tdist Episcopal Church gtivc a surprise party after the rehearsal Friday night in honor of the birthday anniversary of Its director. Miss .lary Morris. The affair was held it the home of Mr .and Mre. Ray Ellenbcrgcr In Morrcll avenue, irccnwood, and music and games vere enjoyed. Later the committee consisting of Mrs. Ellcnbergcr, Miss Ethel DcBolt and Thomas DcBolt, scr\cd refreshments. V. F. W. AUXILIARY WILL MEET WEDNESDAY The Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E. 3rown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday night at V. F. W. Home, South Pittsburg street. Lunch will e served by a committee of which Mrs. June Cook is chairman. Games uill be played after the meeting and prizes awarded to the winners. Flrat M. E. The men's recreational hour of the First Methodist Episcopal Church Is scheduled for 7.30 o'clock tonight at the church. A meeting of the N. C. D. Class will be held at B o'clock Wednesday night. The junior choir will meet at fl o'clock Thursday night tor rehearsal The brotherhood dinner will be belt at 6:30 o'clock the same night at the church social room. Boy Scouts, Troop No. 5, will meel at 7:30 o'clock Friday night at the church. With Mrs. Ir* Jaynes. The Forward Class of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ira Jaynes, 107 Wcs Green street. Members of the committee arc Mrs. J. C. Henvlck, Mrs Albert Jones, Mrs. Walter Jones, Mrs W. E. Kelly and Mrs. Jaynes. Meetlne Announced. The King's Daughters of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday evening at the homo of Mrs. Gertrud Welker, 806 South Pittsburg street. With Mrs. Alva Plem. The H. M. T. Club will mcc Tuesday evening at the home o Mrs. Alva Piern, Sixth street, Wes Side. Genevieve Goodwin Is Engaged to Marry Robert A. Herwick Mr. md Mrs. O. N. Goodwin -it Poplar Grove announce the engagement of their daughter, Mist Gcn- evlevc P. Goodwin, to Robert A Hcr- wick, son of Mrs W. F. Herwick of 797 Franklin avenue, and the late Mr. Herwick. Both Mr. Hcrwick and hie fiancee were graduated from the Connclls- ville High School, the former a member of the Class ot 1835 and the latter f the Class of 1936. C. E. MEMBERSHIP CONTEST WILL CLOSE JANUARY 29 At its monthly meeting Thursday ight at the home of Mrs. Elmer Dye n East Fall-view nVcnue, the Senior Christian Endeav6r Society of the 'irst Methodist Protestant Church ccldcd to clow Its membership c.n- Sunday, January 29. Albert D. Fulmer, president, was in charge of the meeting *nd Charles McManus, Ice-president, conducted the dcvu- lonnls which consisted of Scripture fading and prayer. Captains of the membership contest read the names if the persons on their teams, It was innounccd that subscriptions for The .Icthodlst Recorder and Youth Today ire due. A motion was made to set side the anniversary of the found- ng of Christian Endeavor as blrthdtiy "lunday. On that Sunday members re asked to bring a penny for each car they are old. The money will be applied to the appreciation year 'lodge. An evangelistic rally will be held Friday, January 27, nt Union- own. Rev. A. R. Mansbcrger, coun- y superintendent of Evangelism, requested th-t n^ a fitting climax to the ·ally and as an incentive for Easter, :ach member should put forth an effort to win one new member for the church. Thomas Denccn, cvangells- ic airman, for the society, suggested that n visitation evangelistic campaign be sponsored until Easter. Members are to go out by two's In nn effort to win others. Monday, February 6, following Christian Endeavor Day, was set as the date for the beginning ot the campaign. Tho ^resident thanked all members attending the Leadership Training School for their Interest and announced that it is not too late for others to attend, for the society to receive credit. The society is also sponsoring a drama, e n t i t l e d "Shrines," for Young People'i! Day. Characters were assigned to members of the senior society. Four new members were received. They are: Mrs. Thomas Denncn, Elmer Tannchlll, Clarence Eutsey nnd BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" KEEP YOTJtt TEMPER MAYBD YOUR partner wan In n. position to know more nbout the opponents' hands than you know. Ills own holding may have made it clear to him that they were very Hkcly to make their contract, despite your strong bidding and business double Hold your criticism of him for biking out your double until you «co how It works out. Maybe ho has srwcd you a lot of points by his action. A K Q V A Q J 8 « A 4 4, K J 10 8 3 (Dealer: South. Neither nldo vulnerable ) Deals with a lot of long sulu in them usually product! plenty of bidding, and this ono woa no exception. South began It with 1-Club, West overeaHod with 1-Spndc, North paused and, the none-fitting black suits having started the bull n-roll- Ing, th« well-Bttlng red mitta now got called Boat Introduced one of them with 2-Dlrunonna and South the other with 2-Hcarta. West hopped to 4-Dlamonds, North showed bin fit with -t-HearU, East colled 6-DtamondB, South 6- Hoarts and Wool «-Dlamonds, which passed around to South, who toubled. North reckoned carefully. His hand was worthless defensively, but splendid In support ot hearts. He calculated that East was surclf short In spadea because he himself had BO many and West had bid them He had so many hearts, he was SUM the opponents were short In one hand or the other. Probably one opponent could stop the clubs, with cither a ruff or an honor. So he took out the double Into 6-Heorts, which Ea.it doubled. South was very milted when West took his spade A, East ruffed a upudc and tho club \ was cashed for a two-trick set But when the post-mortem showed that Siat could have made his diamond small slam, losing only the trump ace South was appeased Tomorrow'* Problem A A Q 0 8 3 D. A. R Women Will Present! Program On Historical Homes A piogrum on "Historical Homes of Western Pennsylvania" will be presented .it the Januiry meeting of Philip Kieeman Chapter, Daughters of the Amenc.m Rev olution, Wednesday afternoon. The meeting will be held at the chaptoi's loom at the Carnegie Free . Library and will begin at 2 o'clock. ) Lenders will be Mrs, Thomas G. McLellan, Mrs. Robert S. Cooper, Mrs. Edward Bacr and Mrs. Elva Bur- hnns. Election of delegates to the Continental Congress will take place. F. O. M. CLASS TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT AT CHURCH Tl o monthly business meeting of the T O. M. Class of the Methodist Protestant Sunday School will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Business of impo r t- once calls for presence of all members. * K 10 7 5 4 3 V A J 9 8 7 2 4 None * t (Dealer: Bast Neither ttd« vulnerable.) What Is the correct bidding of this deal? 19)9. by Kins Fcalultt Srndlcttc, Inc. Licensed to Marry. Dean Whlpkcy and Margaret E. Bnrkley of Mill Run, James Edwards Williams o( Peiryopolis and Josephine L. Ludwick of Star Junction and Edward Bailey and Edna Chldcster ot Lcmont were licensed to wed at Unlontown. Engagement Announced. Mi. and Mrs. Steve Ciafcheck of Duwson announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Crafcheck, to Paul Vincent Hudock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudock of Smock. No date has been set for the wedding. O. R. C. Auxiliary to Meet. The regular meeting of Coke Region Division, Ladies Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors, will be held at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Do This If You're Don t Ulco chanw* on products you know nothtnz About or r»ly on temporary r«tltf whpn tb^-0 1 * n*ed of a good gtatnl sy»t*Ta Ionic tike Umc*-prov«n £,ydt* E. Pinkh»a*i V«tBUbl« Compound, mad* tiptnolt* for teomen [torn whokuomo herbs and root*. Lrt PinVhtm's Compound help build up moro phy*fi3il nuliUora «tid tnui *id In rat mine iancly nerves, Icswn dlstrem from ftroRfo functional dlwrdcn and male* Itft worth^ living. For over CO yean on« woman hi* told another how to go "kmftfnc thru" irtlh PlnVham ·--ow 1,000.000 women MUST BE " l ° riOU1 Have you seen our Big Array of Cotton Daytime Frocks in New Spring Styles at $1.00? Mr. Avey. One new member, Mrs. Fcnlello. was received into the quiet hour. Tho missionary committee reported that twenty-two boxes were given to the aged of the church and twelve baskets to the poor, nt Christmas time. The lookout committee hai a£jptcd the slogan, "Everyone Bring Someone," for the month. The social hour was in the form of.a mock trial. Participants were: Bailiff, William Shaw; Judge, Wan- elta Yodcr; court stenographer, Betty Mansberger; prosecuting attorney. Rev. Mansbcrger; defendant, Albert D. Fulmcr; accused, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dcnecn; witnesses, Mrs. A. D. Fulmer, Sarah Cameron and Edith Lcwellcn. "Stolen goods" proved to be wedding gifts for the accused. Next month's victims will be Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tannchlll. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs. Dye and Miss Edith Lcwellcn to eighteen persons. The meeting adjourned with sing- Ing, "Bleat Be the Tic That Binds. 1 The next session will be held In January at the church. Do your own quilting with a GIBBS Quilting HOOP H $1.00 and $1.49 The $1.00 hoop is a large round one, 23 Inches in diameter. Lean it against a table or chair while you work. The ?1.49 hoop is a 18x27 inch oval hoop with adjustable stand which supports the hoop, allowing free use of both hands. New _ Chatham Blankets $5.95 M'arm ns can be! Choice of a 50% wool double plaid blanket or an 80 % wool single solid color one. Both are 72x84 inch size. Nine more ·weeks of winter yet -- you'll need one! Here's How to Entertain Your Guests and Family FINANCE COMPANY" id Floor, Room Bulldta Crawford A Phone 31 , MISTER/ /OUR V4IFC IS Right, officer! Lots of women will learn how to get better cooking results with less work at these interesting classes. THE COURIER COOKING SCHOOL Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Jan. 25, 26, 27 ORPHEUM THEATRE 9:00 to 11:00 A. M. Lecturer-MRS. DOROTHY BATHGATE Games Everyone Likes Pnrchocsi ,, 81.00 Politics ... $1.00 · Easy Money . §1.00 Sticks 81.00 Checkers .. .25c up Old MnWs .. .. 25e Dingo 50c up Angagrams 25c up r FEATURE 'I HIS WEEK! en'sDress Shirts 3lonogriimined on sleoo or pocket $1.00, $1.49, $1.65, $2.00 Men's Pajamas V'H^ JTonogrnmrnod Free $1.49, $1.95 Boys' Pajamas With His Monogram Free $1 $1.39 Get your Monogram Free on these JANE REED Perma-Spun Flake Rayon Dresses Mostly In the stjlo illiistiatecl. Lovely colors. 1-1 to 44 sizes A 'rco :!-5jOtt«r Cotton, Shantung Sport Shirts Rayon Satin Gowns P. J.'s, monogrammed Cloth;, 'J'o« els $1.79 We Monogram These Free! $1. 00 Hemstitched linen Table M AO 4 for $].0() $1.38 I'Ofjuot Slicets Linen Guest 'i'o^cls., 2 for

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