The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1938 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 6, 1938
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p i r ~ TWO. THE DAILY COURTEft, CONNUTLLSVILLE, PA THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 193?. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Hospital Club Hears Report of Activities "During Yule Holidays A report of Christmas work at the Hospital was given at; the January meeting of the -Hospital Club Wednesday "afternoonT^fThe club presented a gift to every~ehild in the children's ward and gave favors lor the Christmas dinner at the Hospital --The committee in charge consisted ot Mrs Edison H Harmon, Mrs - T. G. McLcllan and Mrs Earl F Harris. It was also reported that aid was given to some needy families Plans Ivverer made- for." selling an afghan'tor'the benefit o£ the Hospital. The meeting was held at the Hos- -pital and in the absence ot the "president, Mrs, Elwood M Kcagy, Mrs McLellan, vice-president, was in the chair. Two new members, Mrs Clyde Williams and Miss Doro; thy--Kcagy, were received aiRS. J. 1. LANDYMORE - HEADS PROTECTORS CLUB The Protectors Club of the Dames of Malta of Dawson was delightfully entertained Tuesday .evening at the home of Mrs Mary Valentine on Dickerson Run Hill with Mrs Valentine and Mrs Walter Jones co-hostess- Twenty members and _two guests, Mrs. J. C. Jacobs and Mrs Samuel Kairj^-were present.^ The business "session was ..conducted by the president, Mrs. Frank Husband, after which Mrs Katherinc Patterson, past presidcntrlnstiilled the following" offlccrs"ior the-cnsume.ycar. Prcsident.iMrs, J, Tr;Landymqr.ei vice-president^- Mrs Frank -Houpt, ·secretary, Mrs Allen McCuntock; treasurer, Mrs Henry Brown Mrs Lyda Lint, a ncw.member.-was welcomed into the club by the, new president. . . The hoslcsscs served a, delicious lunch, alter which bingo was enjoyed. Mrs- James Soverns, Mrs , Frank Husband and Mrs George Shallenberger received prizes Mrs. Samuel Hair was awarded the door prize The next meeting will be held Monday opening, February 14, at the Jr. O. U. A. M. Hall. Mrs J T Landymorc, Airs Carl Buda and Mrs Henry Brown will be co-hostesses George W. Enos Feted On His 59th Birthday George W. Enos vvab feted at n chicken and waffle dinner Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at Harbaugh's farm in honor of his fifty- ninth bulhday. Places were laid for fourteen members of the family. A large bouq'uet of cut flowers placed in a yellow vase formed the centerpiece, v\hile slender white tapers in yellow holders were arranged at cither end of the table Mr. Enos was presented with n large birthday cake covered with \\ hite frosting and bearing the inscription, 'H.ippy Birthday," and fifty-nine lighted pink candles The guests all sang 'Hjppy Birthday." After dinner the pirty went to the homc of Mr and Mrs Gcoige W. Enos, Jr, in Vine street where contract end auction bridge were played throuhout the remainder of the evening The party was arranged by Mrs Fred H Rush, George W Enos, Jr, and Charles Enos, children of Mr Enos The honored guest's grandchildren, Thomas and Jack Rush, ·Richard Dilv-orth and Charles Enos, Jr, were in attendance. INSTALLATION FEATURES ATHENS TEMPLE MLCTIXG Athens Temple No. 80 Pythian Sisters, met Tuesday night at Elks Hall. There was a good attendance of members Two guests from Friendship Temple were present and one candidate, Mrs Wayne Conaway, was initiated Mrs Hazel Humbert, instilling officer, assisted by Mrs. Ella LaRue, grand manager, and Mrs Ethel Ganl, grand senior, installed the following officers; Past Chief, "Mrs Jane Fru- zell, excellent chief, Mrs. Elizabeth Merely, excellent senior, Mrs Vera Conawa; , excellent-junior, Miss Nello Campbell;- manager. Miss Opal Rhynak, protector, Mrs Hazel Con- awny; outer guard, Mis Evclvn Conaway; mistress of finance, Mrs Edith DeVoc; mistress of records and correspondence, Mrs Laura Fike, tiustces, Mrs Elln LaRuc, Mrc lona WhipKcy, Miss Nell Campbell; pianist, Mrs Dorothy Conaway; press corresspondcnt, Mrs Goal The retiring past chief, Mrs Frizzcll, v-a-; presented with a beautiful scarf b the members. "MRS. H. L REAGAN IS HOSTESS TO THIMBLE CLUB Fancywork and guessing contests were the diversions at a delightful meeting of the Silver Thimble Club at which Mrs. Harry L Hcagon wis hostess Wednesday afternoon at her home in South Eighth street, Greenwood Mrs Henry W. McRobbie was awarded the prize. Later in the afternoon the hostess served a delicious chicken dinner, places being laid at small tables Her aides were her sister, Mrs. James Watson, and Mrs. George Bieber, Jr., who were guests. The rooms were decorated with colorful potted plants All members but two were present. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. B H. Wjllard, South Ninth street. Greenwood. IMSEY E. SIMON OF UNIONTOWN MARRIED Miss Rose Kichcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Richcy of Bornes- boro, and Disey E. Simon, son of Mr and Mrs James Simon of Uniontown, were married Monday morning at St. John's Church at Barnesboro, with the pastor, Rev. Joseph Banlk, offlicatuig. ' Mrs. Mary Joseph of TJnlontown was the bride's matron of honor and James Simon, also of - Umontown, served as his brother's best man After a wedding dinner, served at the home of the bride, Mr and Mrs. Simon lefi for a wedding trip to the East. : _ _ _ _ r KEJiNETH BROOKS HONORED^ 1 -"-ON HIS 21ST BIRTHDAY ' The home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harm was the scene of an enjoyable su.priso party given Tuesday -night by Miss-Mary Louise Llningcr in honor of the twenty-first birthday of Kenneth Brooks. Cards and dancing were the diversions and at a late hour lunch was served by Miss Lin- mgef, assisted by her mother, Mrs Lewis Limnger and her sister, Mrs Harold Hann. The honor guest was the redpicnt_of many beautiful and useful _ gifts,; ~_Out-of-town guests ·were Mr, and;Mrs. John Hann and daughters, _Pcartc and Phyllis, ot Mount Braddock. D. OF U. V. WELL GIVE COVERED-DISH LUNCHEON Emma B. Goodyear Tent of the Daughters of Union Veterans will hold its annual covered-dish luncheon Friday evening at 6 o'clock at Elks Hall. Each member is asked to bring a covered-dish, cup and silver. At the close cot the meeting officers for the new year will be installed. _ LOUISE B. JENNEWINE'S ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr and Mrs Harry Jenne\vinc of WjlMnsburg announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Louise Bcriicr Jenncwine, to John F Spies of St Louis and Pittsburgh The Jennewmcs are former residents of Scot'riilc MirrJage Announced Mi. ind Mrs Harry McGufley of Key. Stanton announce the marrngc of their diughtcr. Mi's Ruth Elizabeth McGuilcy, to Curtis Duranire of Rochester, Pa. The bride was graduated from Seton Hill College, Grecnsburg, and at present Is a teacher in the Hompfleld township schools. GREENWOOD FANCYWORK CLUB GIVES DINNER AT TEA ROOM. Places for nine wen: laid at the annual turkey dinner cf the Greenwood Fancywork Club held Tuesday night at G o'clock at Crawford Tc.i Room One of the club's major social events, of the year, all members but one, who was detained by illness were present After partaking of the delicious repast, the women assembled in the living room where the remainder of the evening was given over to a pleasant social time Th next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, February 1, at the home of Mrs. Albert Dune in Morrcll avenue. DOLORES BEEGLE TO WED KENNETH SI1IRCY. JAN. 8 Miss Dolores Bceglc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bcegle of Loucks avenue, Scottdale, has chosen Saturday, January 8, as the date for her marriage to Kenneth Shircy, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Shirey of Connellsvillc The wedding will take place at 8 30 o'clock in the evening at St Bartholomew Episcopal Church at Scottdale. Miss Beeglc wai graduated from the Scottdale High School and is secretary to its principal, E M Bycrs, at the present. I KEYSTONE CLUB GIVES _ CARD, BINGO PARTY Members and friends of the Keystone Club held a well attended five hundred and bingo party Wednesday night in Odd Fellows Temple Prue winners were Five hundred--high, Mrs J. W. Eisley, second, Mrs W. E Smith; third, Miss Anna Trevitt, bingo--high, Mrs W. Strawn; second, Mrs. Mary Reed; third, Miss Charlotte Williams, door--Mrs S B. Miller; special--Mrs. Roy Crishp, Miss Stella Reagan and Mrs A. Shallenberger. THE PAUL SFISHAKS GIVE NEW-YEAR'S EVE PARTY Mr and Mrs Paul Spishak entertained at a New Year's Eve party at their home at South ConneUsville Twenty-three guests were in attendance. The home was attractively decorated in keeping with the season Dancing aid cards were enjoyed throughout the evening Later lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs Joseph Joscsak, Mrs. Julius Katona and Mrs Joseph Katona Out-of-town guests were from Up- iontown and McKeesport. Appears on Club Program. At the ;eml-monthly meeting of the Woman's Culture Club Monday afternoon, world events of 1937 weie icviewed by Mrs Harold Roth instead of Mrs Harold Ghost. Mrs Charles F. Donnelly was leader of the program, one of the best presented before ths club this year. · Maine's Champion Potato Eating Family Judge Dumbauld |WPA S t a t i s t i c s Orders Extortion L, 1 0 x 0 * A-I Charges Quashed Show 1,343 Miles Of Road Improved Special to rhe courier UNIONTOWN, Jan 6--Motion to suppress charges of extortion and false pretense/ .against William F. UNIONTOWN, Jan C--Work by crews of WPA laborcis since inception of the Government's work-relief ""-i f **i Conlon, well-known Fayettc City min closely nssocHted with State ' program has resulted in the improve- Senator Anthony Cavalcante, was nicnt of approximately 1,343 miles of granted in in order handed down I roads in Fayettc, Washington and by Judge H S Dumbauld The couit order set forth Greene counties, WPA statistics re- that vcalcd today. 'upon consideration, the motion of The WPA crews opeiatcd on pri- hc defendant (William F. Conlon),! mary highways, secondary routes o suppress the information in the and township arteries in the Tricase, is sustained " Counties area, Branch Office Man- Conlon was charged with two oger Lyell L Buttcrmorc disclosed counts last September 10 by Mike m his rcpoit As a result of the im- 'ailna, Jr, Yoik Run, in an mforma- provcmcnts, hundreds of "farm-to- .ion made before Alderman E S ' market' routes have been put into ^laycomb of this city [condition for ycar-'round travel, farm i, on the extortion charge,, Countless scores of motorists have alleged that in March and April, I been "token out of the mud" A The family of Mr nnd Mrs Hurry E. Grcenlaw. of Solon, Me., won a prize of thirty socks of M-Uno potatoes ottered bj Gov Lewis O Barrows for MtUng the best record of potato consumption during Potato Week. Tho sateen members of the family averago more than two pecks n day the around Tha family v.ill cat at least three bic pans full of the tubcni for supper They havo potatoco nt every meal, consider them the, "staff of life," 'Central Prcit) BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOE CENTRAL PRESS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities" BE SURE TO SET IT - might bo ruffed, the declarer led a. WHEN YOU HAVE an nbsolute- ly certain way to beat the declarer 1 * contract, it IB highly foolhardy to gallivant around with efforts to set him more than one trick, at the possible risk ot enabling him to make It Tour all Important Job ot such B juncture la to head oft the danger of his ranking the game and then do your gambling for other tricks later. V J 10 8 6 3 * A . K Q J 9 5 * K Q J 10 V Q 7 4 · 8 7 6 4 * A K 1 0 9 8 4 2 (Dealer: South. Bant-West vulnerable.) Here South bid 1-Club, North 1- IDiamond. South S-Clubs, North 3- fHcarta, South *.Club5 North *[Diamonds and South 5-Clubs. I The *psdo K was Weat e opening head, which South won with the A. Tho spado 6 wa ruflcd with dummj s singleton trump. The declarer felt he had a chance to make the contract If the club would fall in two leads and he could connc his losses to Uvo hearts. With the fear that diamonds heart from dummy, which East won with the K. Knowing that h* u a s B U r c o f n t r u m p trick and having uon one heart trick, East hod nothing to lose by trying^ second heart, but he switched to n spado, which South ruffed When two rounds of trumps disclosed a loser in that suit, declarer led n diamond with the hope that the holder of the trump held three diamonds. East fell down again In the defense by not rufflng the acc- oad diamond On the diamond Q. South tossed his losing heart, making Ws game Eaat a excuse for not cashing his two hearts was that ho felt from South'o play that only one V..IB held, but It would have been better to try it than give up bope, · » · Tomorrow's Problem 4 A J 7 4 · A 10 B 6 3 . « K 10 9 8 9 K 1097 3 (Dealer: East. North-South vulnerable ) What la the correct bidding on thUdeolT Raymond R. Ringer Dies; in Hospital For Three Years Raymond R Ringer, 41 jcars old, of South ConneUsville, died Wednesday morning at 2 40 o'clock in Vet- cranh' Hospital at Cotttesville, where he had been a pitient for more thin three years Mr. Ringer, son of W S and Minnie M Ringer of Pine street, Sou'h ConncllsviUe, wa-: with Company 64, 153rd Depot Brigide, at Camp Jackson when he was injured He nevei recovered Beside his parents, he leaves four brothers. Lawrence, Warren and Harry, at home, and Lloyd, a student at West Virginia University. The body was to arrive in Connellsville tod^ and be taken by Funeral Director John H D Sibel to the homc where a private funeral service will be held Friday afternoon at 1 30 o'clock Rev George R ICrupp, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, will ofllciate, assisted by Rev. \V S Harr, pastor of the South ConneUsville Evangchcil Church. Burial will be made in Sylvan Heights Cemetery. STAMP COLLECTORS TO MEET FRIDAY The next meeting of the Fay-West PhiMclic Society will be held F iday night, at 8 o'clock, in the club room at the Carnegie Free Library. At the Inst meeting the club decided to purchiic a number of copies of the "Deaf Index," an Index for the new illustnted government booklet "A Description of United States Postage Stamps " Barbara's Baby Lance, 2-year-old son of Barbara Hutton Kevertlow and Count Curt von Rovcntlow, is pictured aa ho tried a spot of pVnng at St Monti, Switzerland Tho chilu"» mother rushed thcro after renouncing her American citizenship (Central Preet) Paul C. Garret! Made dsirn Agent For B. 0. Line Will Meet Tonight Misi^omiy Circle No I of the First Methodist Proleslint Church meet tonight at the home of Mrs D street. W Snydcr, East layette Will Elect Oflkcri Offlcei"; for the irsuing year will be elected at a meeting of the Chris- lion Endcwor Society of the Prcsb- terian Church of Vandcrbilt to be held tonight at the church Will Meet at Dawson Thc Fridny Night Q Club will meet Fridny evening at the home of Mrs Earl Shcrbondy of Dawson New Series Starts Friday! EAGLES HALL--8 p. in. Larger and Better Than Ever! DOOR PRIZE DOUBLE CARD FOR40c FOIl CLOSING MGHT -Every Admission Gels a Frco Ticket Tor Grand I'rl^e Avturd 21S orth VittsljtiKr Sticot PII rum on nt Theiitre BALTIMORE, Md , J"m 6 --Baltimore . Ohio Railroad .mnouncec tint Paul C Gauctt, acting genera Unim .iKent, has been appointed to the pobl permanently, succeeding Cluries C. Pccry, retired. Garrett, i2, wis born ncir Wnver- ton, M d , md entered the nilroac service us a tri i. urun in 1912 Hi 1 Her scr%cd *!· claim jgcnt jt Rockwood, P i and Cumberland, Md among other places Former Local Girl "Mother A son, lipping the scilcs at seven nnd a h ilf pounds, was born Wednesday, January 5, to Mr an Mrs H L, Brooks of Oakland, C il The biby, the first in the family, ha been mined Stephen Ifopkmb Mrs Brookb formerly Miss Kathleen Wclkcr, is i daughter of H O. Wei ker of North Pittsburg street. 937, Conlon took from him $70 more tlun was allowed by law as a certain reward or fee to execute duties of is ofllcc On the count of false pretense, he isieited that Conlon promised to get his liquor licenses returned The petition presented the court jy Conlon's counsel, State Senator Cdvalcante, set forth that no offense, vuthm the meaning of the criminal code, is properly charged; that the disti ict attorney, in oral argument, conceded this reason good with reference to the extortion count The false representation, as described in the information, the pcti- jon declared is that Conlon "promised to get the liquor license returned" and that the interpretation of this was, that it was "nothing more than a broken promise to perform some art in the future" According lo law, it was asserted, there must be a representation of an existing fact to bring the cose within the statute, rather than a surmise or supposition L. L. Yoder, Somerset County Farmer, Dies large porl in of the cost was borne by the Federal Government, with local sponsors--in the form ot township supervisors, county commission- cr.s and boroughs bearing the expense of a percentage of tools, equipment and other necessary essentials Included in the highway artery improvements were drainage, shoulders and berms, pavement, surfaces, rc- paving and rcgrading The WPA workers were taken from direct relief rolls through facilities of the various governmental employment service-; All were paid the prevailing WPA "security wage." Broken into counties, the improvement program discloses the following statistical information' Fayettc--Primary highways, miles paved, 9 76, bcrms and shoulders improved, 27862 miles (both sides), drainage improved, 1647 miles (both sides) pavements widened, 0 46 miles (both sides). Secondary roods, (formerly dirt roads) surfaces, 69 29 miles, grades and other improvements, 103 85 miles Township roads, boroughs and city strc.ts, paved, 10 G8 miles, repavmg. 17 miles; grades and other improvements, 13.14 miles and sidewalks laid, 1 mile. Philathca Class Tonicht. SOMERSET, Jan C --Levi L Thc Philathea Class of the First Yoder, 75, one of Somciset county's Baptist Church will meet tonight at best known farmers, died Sunday | t h e homc of Mrs w - K - Lambie at morning ,in a Johnstown hospital 211 East Cedar avenue where he had been admitted on December 15, his golden wedding anniversary He leases his wife, nine children, and six grandchildren The funeral service was held Wednesday at the Davidsvilic Lutheran Church. Interment was in nearby Kauflman Cemetery A. Foreman Bcntitj Shoppc Permanents $1.00 SJmnipoo itnd Hair Cut, both tor Ifoe PJiOno 203SOr imeeotmucfi'lm d o "IT TAKES FINE TEA TO MAKE FINE TEA" Make the Family Trolley Pass your Magic Carpet. It will take you and the family* anywhere on the trolley line. It is good all day Sunday and only costs a dollar. (Pay $1.50 and'collect SOsi refund when pass is turned in.) Two adults and all the children in {he family under 12 years of aya may ride on one pass.

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