The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 17, 1939 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 17, 1939
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELt,SVn,T,E. PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 17,1533. By LYNNE B. KINCCLL Rev. J. R. Nicholas, Greensburg Conference President, Gives Talk Before Lutheran Men Rev. J. R. Nicholas president of the Greensburg Conference of the Lutheran Church and pastor of Chmt Lutheran Church at West Newton, was the guest speakei at the monthly meeting of the Men's Bible Class and Brotherhood of Trinity Lutheran Church at which Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Hctrick \\ere host nnd hostess Monday night at their home in East Pattciton avenue. Choosing us his subject "R, Our Brotherhood Really Worth- While?," Rev. Nicholas pointed out the ical benefits and functions of the organization and its true value in the church. - Mclun Keller, president, was in charge of the business session and gave a splendid yearly report of oil activities, showing fine progress in every way. Annual election of officers took place, the result being as follows: President, Mclvin Keller; vice- president. Call Morgan; sccrctaiy, Ralph Richey, assistant, F. J. Dechambeau; tieasurer, Paul Buckman. Lenten literature for daily devotions during Lent will be purchased and distributed among members of the church. The business session was supplemented by a short program It was: Vocal solos, ' "Living foi Years," Melvm Keller, accompanied by Mrs Kcllei; and "Cathedral in the Pines," Alma Drum, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Gcorgianna Redding. The meeting concluded with a delicious lunch served by Dr. and Mrs. Hctrick, assisted by Mrs L S. Robbins, Mrs. Gertrude Welkcr. Mrs Melvln Keller, Mrs Carl Morgan, Mrs. Gcorgiannn- Redding and Alma Drum. Scions' Wives at Garner Fete JUVENILE MOZART CLUB MCETS AT ANSTINE HOME Marilyn L Anstinc was hostess to the Juvenile Mozart Club at its January meeting Saturday afternoon at her home in East Crawford avenue. David Scolnick, the piesident, conducted the opening exercises and presided over a short business session and turned the meeting o\cr to Marian Frazec, program chairman, who announced the following inter csting program. Piano solo, "To a Wild Rose," Virginia McClelland. Violin solo, "Songs My Mother Taught Me," Robpit Marshall, with Ficdinc Alguirc playing the accompaniment. Piano solo, "A Tale of Gypsy Romance," Nancy L. Gregory. Reading, "The Portrait," Kay Campbell. Flute and clarinet duets, "Stars of the Summer Night," "Come Thou Almighty King," and "Now the Day Is Over," Janice Lindsay and Lois Hall. Piano solo, "Mistress Mary," Jean Godfrey. Clarinet solo, "Rosamonde," Kay Campbell. ; Paper, "Musicians of January Birth," Frcdme Alguirc. Excerpts from the life and works of Mozart, Sara Chlnn. Life of Schubert, Kay Campbell. Nancy Gregory and Marilyn An- stinc told the club of their attendance at the.concert played by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, at which Josef HofTman was guest soloist, at Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh'. At the close of the program lunch was served by Mrs. Carl T. Anstlne, counselor of the club, and mother of the hostess, ^assisted by Mary Ann Porter, Sara Margaret Pennlngton, Frcdlne Alguire, Virginia McClelland and Marian Berg. Musical games were played with prizes being awarded to Marilyn Sc,olnlck, Fredlno.: AJgulrc ·'. rand Marian Berg. The next meeting will be held February 4. W.E; Grosser,, Wife Celebrate Their 25th Wedding Anniversary In the picsencc of sixty-five icla- ,iv esc and friends, Mr. and Mrs Waltci E Ciossen celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Saturday night at their home on tjie Rock Ridge load. In the form of a miscellaneous shower, the celebration \vas planned by Mr. and Mrs. Crossen's daughter, Mrs. Allen Williams. The evening was spcit in a pleasant social manner, games and music being the main diversions Several piano seletions by Richard Lelghty, nephew of Mrs. Crosscn, were cn- oycd Later. In the evening Mrs Williams served a dainty lunch, assisted by Mrs Russell Hall, Mrs. Gene Clawson and Mrs. Playford Hawkins, sisters of Mrs. Crossen; Mrs Hoy :wift, sister-in-law of Mrs. Williams; Vlrs. George Brlndle and Mrs. Pork Denny. The table was graced with beautiful three-tier birthday cake, baked by Mrs Ray Fosbrlnk and topped with a tiny bride and bridegroom. Favors were attractive little pink and silver umbrellas with bows of pale blue ribbon embellishing the handles .Mrs. Crosscn.wns attired In ose colored laco gown over match- ins satin, nnd wore a corsage of blue and silver flowers. The honored couple received many gifts of silver, flowers and other romcmbiances Married iri Cumberland January 12, 1914,'Jrtr. and 'Mrs. Crosscn are the parents of a daughter, Mrs. Williams, and a son, Charles Crosscn, at hcme. There is also one eranddaughtcr, Sandra Leo Williams. Mrs. Crosscn, the forme 1 .' Miss Beryl Lcighty, Is n daughter; o£ JUrr. Elvira Leighty of Sndctlown and the laic Isaac LclShly.' -I. , Mr. and -Alls. Crosscn arc well known "in and ~ about Connellsvillo nnd Ihclr many friends JoTn'in wishing them -many niversaries. " -- * BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h o p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" Guests nt the annual luncheon given by Mm. John Nance Garner, wife of the vice president, for mcmbcri_of the Senate Ladies Luncheon Club in Washington, included Mrs. Warren Barbour (left), wife of the senator from Now Jernoy; Mrs. Alva Adanis (center), wife of the senator from Colorado; and Mr«. Millard Tyding*, wife of the senator from Maryland. (Central Prat) Hilary E. Stader Wed at Greensburg To Dorothy Wright At 0 o'clock Monday the parsonage of the morning at Most Holy more happy an" " " " ^-" --" - IKej-elebra- tion were Mrs Nanna FlteJ-slster of Mi. Crossen, and two daugMersrRuth and Mar Elizabeth, of Scottdalc, Mr and Mrs. diaries Giahi'm, Mrs faai a Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Paik Denny and daughter, Sara, of Monon- yahela Among the other guests \\eie Mrs. Crosscn'i mother and her brother, Charles Lcighty of Connellsville. Sacrament Church, Greensburg, Miss Dorothy May Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wiight of Locust street, Groonsburff,- became the bride of Hilary E. Stader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilary B. Stader of 118 West Apple street. Rov. Ruppert Stadtmiller performed the ceremony in the presence of members of the two immediate families. The bride wore a beautiful teal blue two-piece suit with mink trimming, and rust accessories. Her corsage was of orchids , Miss Cyrllla Stncicr, nurse at the Westmoreland Hospital, Greensburg, and a sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. She wore a'rust suit with teal blue accessories, and shoulder corsage of talisman roses William H. Wright, brother of the bride, served as Mr. Binder's best man. The bride was graduated from the Westmoreland Hospital School of Nursing, Grccnsburg, with the Class of 1935, nnd was an honor student The bridegroom, engaged In the undertaking business nt Hcrmmic, \\as graduated In 1938 from the Cleveland College of Embalming. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Stader left for n trip to the South They will be at the home after January 22 at Hcrmimc. CARD AND BINGO PARTY ATTRACTS LARGE CROWD The Ladies Auxiliary toTthe South Connellsville Volunteer "..Fire. Co pany held its-weekly ."card- party Monday night atrth'o firemen's" rooms. Five hundred and birgo~wcre played and_after the games prizes were awarded to the -following; Fjve, hundred, high,-Mrs. Naomi ~McWJl- lid-ns; second,- Grace Kcslat; ..third* M- s.~ Anna Dyer." btago-=4ilgh7J: Joseph Wcimcr;tsccond^3lIfs.-nr.*'A: Kcslar; third, MrsnzobcrrXnepp special bingo, MriCXyda'^toore and Mrs. David Cook;~doSf,rMrs. Schlve- ley and Mrs. J. M. Ritchey. Refreshments were served~at th"e close of the games. There was a good attendance. - . . . . . . M. P.- SnSSJONERS WILL GIVE LUNCHEON THURSDAY The Woman's Missionary Auxiliary of the First Methodist Protesttin! Church will hold a covered-d,sh luncheon at 6 o'clock Thuisday nigh! at the church. Each member is askcc to biing one or moie guests. A short business session \\ ill follow the luncheon DOLORES SPEIGHT HONORED ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mis. Paul Speight cntci- tamed at a birthday party Saturday afternoon at their home In South Eighth Direct, Greenwood, in honor of their daughter, Dolores 'Games, songs and dances, including acro- aatic dancing by little Kathleen Surkey, were enjoyed. A dainty lunch was served, places being laid for ten. The table was centered with a birthday cake which was adorned with five pink candles. Dolores received many lovely gifts. Present were- Charlotte Pierce, Geraldinc Hem, Ruth Ellen and Billy Gladden, Eileen Hodge, Kathleen Bui key, Gwendolyn Swift and Paul Duggnn, all of Connellsville; Audrec Lee Speight of Dunbar, guest of honor, and her little sister, Connie Ann Speight. MISS HKLEN KERNS GIVES SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT Miss Helen Kerns gave a tea towel shower Friday night at her home in South Eighth street. Greenwood, in honor of Miss Julia Saltnk of Uniontown. The evening was spent in a delightful social manner and later the hostess ber\cd a tasty lunch Valentine appointments prevailed. Miss Saltrlk will become the bride of John Lazor of United next Tuesday morning at 8 30 o'clock at a Uniontown church. Guests, at the shower in addition to the honorce were Miss Elizabeth Barnhart, Miss Isabel Ruttcr and Miss Mary Rishel of Uniontown, Miss Edna Ainsley of Mount Brndclock Miss Ann Hudok of Youngstown, Pa and Miss Nevada Bishop of this city SILVER THIMBLE CLUB WILL MEET WEDNESDAY Mrs A. W. Young will entertain the Silver Thimble Club Wednesday afternoon at her home in Race street DINNER PRECEDES MEETING OF T. J. HOOPER CLASS The T. J. Hooper Bible Class of the Firn Presbyterian Church gave a covered-dish dinner Monday night at the social room of the church. Twent-flvc members answered to the roll call. Mrs. Karl H. J. Schocnborn led the devotionals. Mrs. A. B Norton, Jr., president, was in charge of the business meeting The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. D. E. Trehcr, Mrs. Robert McCoi- mick, Mrs. M. J. Cummmgs and Mrs G."~C.-Lciipllnc: " - ONWARD CLASS-WILL MEET ---^TONIGHT AT-GLOVER HOME The '-"monthly meeting-of the Onward Class"of-the First-Methodist Protes\ant Church _will-Jb"e held tonight at the_;homc-;_of Mrs. Bessie Movcr, Davi^son^nvenuc, Instead of the home of Mrs.-E -B. Small, who vjas called to- Pittsburgh by the flcatlrc! Licenced to Marry. Lloyd W. Abraham of Connellsville and Alice Hotinpittcr of Continental No 1 and Jacob Clay of Continental No. 1 and May Almasi o West Lelsenrmg uere licensed to marry at Uniontown At Divorce Hearing A LESSON IN ETHICS PLAYERS WHO arc Inclined to be juat a little bit unethical -which of course la just an bad aa being completely so. In principle-ore occasionally tripped up by their Own Crimea. Many operatives of a particular stripe like to do such tilings OB hesitating for long study whnn possessing a singleton to play on the current trlclt. They think this la smart practise and is calculated to fool the enemy. If their effort auccccda only In fooling their own partners, just deserts. thoy receive Ihclr A K 10 7 G 4 3 V A J 9 8 7 2 « None A 7 (Dealer: East. Neither side vulnerable.) Eist opened the action here with 1'Dlamond, South bid 1-Spade, North leaped to 3-Spadcs, East called 4-Club.i, South 4-Spadcs, West D-Dlamonds, North G-Spados, Eo«t 6-Diomonds, South 6-Spades and Ea»t doubled North had 10 much confidence In hl« partner, the great old veteran Sidney S. L«nz West led a diamond, for some reason the deuce, which was the deuce of a thing for East to read Mrl Lonz played low from tho dunimy and East was puz-slcd. finally deciding to play the A, which wraa rutted. Mr. Lonz next led to tho spado A nnd Q, discarded his only club on the diamond K, then *d Uic heart 10 from dummy. Eaat studied nearly half n minute before rte played the K, Mr. Lcnz taking with tha A and Immediately leading the heart 2. West decided that his partner 1 ! study had been due to holding the K and J, so ducked this trick and the heart 6 won. Thus an ovcrtrlck was made, for a grand alam'on a hand which could havo been defeated at a small slum contract. Tomorrow'* Problem A A 0 fl V 9 5 » J 7 4 4, A J 10 8 3 J 4 10 that he redoubled. J 10 9 0 3 Q 9 B 4 K 7 2 A K 10 7 5 V A K Q 3 2 « A K Q Dealer: East. North-South vulnerable ) Against a lead of the diamond 10, what Is Soutn's safest play to make a 6-Hoart contract? , Copyright 1959, by Kb* Fcttum SjmUatc. Inc. Mrs. Charles Wacker, Jr., leaves Supreme Court, Now York City, after hearing in husband's «uit for divorce. Dr. Kdwm Evans Gewin, physician for Mr. Wckcr, ¥85,000- «-ycar Chicago heir, testified ho peeped on Mrs WacLcr in tho company of another man. (Central Prest) Patrick Quinn, Frick Veteran of Adelaide, Summoned by Death Patrick Quinn, 72 years and 10 days old, of Adelaide, died at 3:10 o'clock this morning nt Connollsville State Hospital where he hod been a patient for a week. Mr. Quinn was a native of Ireland and came to the United States when a boy. He had been a resident of Adelaide since 1891, going there from Wheeler. He was a pensioner of the H. C. Fnck Coke Company, having been for many years a track foreman for the concern. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Hose Quinn; one daughter, Margaret; three sons, James and John, at home, and Hugh of Adelaide, and two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Brcnnan of Fairmont, W. Va , and Mrs. Margaret Kccfe of Pittsburgh. The funeral will be held Thursday morning. The cortege will meet at the home at Adelaide at 9 o'clock and requiem high mass will bo celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church at 10 o'clock. Rev. Father Henry A. Geibcl, pastor, will officiate. Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery In charge of Funeral Director H B. Stader. Menallen Grange In State Farm Show Rural Music Meet Million Band Will Meet. The Girls' Mission Band of the Fiist Methodist Protestant Church will meet Friday night at the chuich. The time n 7 30. HARRISBURG, Jan. 17.--The wide open spaces of the West and the mountain ridges of tho border states and the cotton fields of the South arc going to get some competition in the field of rural music thij, week. This competition will come from five octet 1 and two tiios which will participate in the annual music tournament in connection with the Pennsylvania F a r m S h o w--on Wednesday and Thursday, January 18 and 19. Triumphant m divisional tournaments, th- seven groups hnve won the right to battle It out for Slate honors In Room A of the Farm Show Building. They will sing Wednesday evening and Thursday between the plays in the rural one-act' play tournament. Entrants include Mcnnllcn Grange, Fayctte county. Mr». Hiram Faldlc? Dead. SOMERSET, Jan. 17.--Mrs. Eliza- gcth Marker Faldlcy, 70, widow of Hiram Faldley, died Friday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Harry Berkcy, at Somerset. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. J. L. Sanncr oi Rockwood, Mrs. Albert Day o) Middlecrcek township and Mrs. Bcr- kcy, three brothers, one sister and eight great-grandchildren. November Business Down. STATE COLLEGE, Jan. 17.--November, 1938, business in Pennsylvania dropped eight per cent below the same period in 1937, the Pennsylvania business survey reported. FIRE CHIEFS MEET WEDNESDAY-NIGHT The Southwcstcin p«i»"'"" Association of Fire Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs will meet Wi.uju.ju,,, night with the Elrama Volunteer Fin Department Womiin Dies of Burns, _ After Coal Oust In Furnace Explodes UNIONTOWN, Jan. 17.--Enveloped r flames when coal dust exploded ns he went to tend the furnace Satur:iy night at hei home, Mrs. Anna CacanlB, G3, of near Point Marion, ied Monday in Monongahn County lospltal in Morgantown, W. Va., vherc she was removed, without re- gulning consciousness. Her husband, Nicholas, was burned ilxmt the hands as he tried to mother the Pnming garments. The Mctim wai a former Greene county ichool tcmhcr. Revival Subject. Rev. William J. Ritchcy will preach on "I Believe" at 7,30 o'clock at the East End United Brethren Church evangelistic meetings. -The chorus will contribute a special selection. Major Bryant III. Major Victor C. Bryant of 228 South NintH street, Wen s.orf, i..t admitted to the Hospital Monday for treatment. Major Bryant t« « h » commanding officer of the Salvation Army detail. Ly |^ OlMA .. .when you can tarn the waiting months into cose and comfort. AVOID unncccuMrjr discomfort and jtTL after regrets by preparing your body- now for that dear baby's coming A ms- sago medium and tfcln lubricant, called Mothers Friend, helps to relievo and prevent, during the carrying p«rlod. ekln tightness.. .abdominal skin breaks...dry»kcd breasts Mother's Friend refreshes nnd tones the nkln. An Ideal massage product for tho tired back muscles. It la Bclentlflc In composition-composed of highly beneficial ingredients -- e x t e r n a l l y applied--pure and cafe. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to \ue. Highly praised by users, many doctors and nunos. Time-tested for over 60 years Millions of bottlu oold Just ask any druggist for Mother's Friend--the eXln lubricant. Try it tonight. I StOTTO'S' 20,000 Rolls on'SALE 20,000 Bargains! Prices slashed on every roll! Save Vz on America's finest brands! Imperials! Statters! Mayflowers! One with order of I ' S 5h« OlCM O l - g C» g CQ 10 Wall--20 yds. Border Other ff Lots _.J 813 W. Crawford (0 PAINTS Phone 793 HOOFING PAPKK Bible Class Will Meet. The Ladles Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet at 7:45 o'clock Thursday night at the social room of the church. O. "UNIT TO HOLD ELECTION Officers for the coming year will be elected at tbo.January meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Baltimore Ohio Cooperative Traffic program, scKcdulcd for 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Lee Etta Lodge Wednesday. Lee Etta Lodge No^ 515, L. A. to O^Jl,~/r.,*^vHl mcci-m regular session at 7:30 o"dock"Wednesday evening in the Y M C A Members of the ways and mejns committee will assemble at 7 o'clock foi ,i special session before the lodge meeting A bingo pait will bo held at \vhich CHRISTIAN' PHILATHKAS WILL MEET THUUbDAX Mrs George Percy will enteitaltf the Phildthca Class of the First Christian Chuich Thursday evening at her home in Johnston a\ enue. The time is 7 30. With Mrs. Bcssc Conner. The Past Chiefs Association of Friendship Temple No 25, Pythian Sisters, will meet at 7 30 o'clock tonight at the home of Mrs Bessc Conner, South Cottage a\cnuc. time the capsule .sisteis foi the past Sear win" be revealed. Hie Marflia"N*br(oiit, to Meet * Mai ilia Not Ion-Bible Cliiss of Cluisllaii Chufch will meet Thursday at 2 30 o'clock_at the home of Mi street . W Kr Ecrger Friendship Class to Meet. The Friendship^.Bjbjp Vine of Trinity Reformed-Church-will meet Wednesday night utthe home of Mrs. Clara Jordan, 112! Rate street. BRITISH BOMBER FALLS ON HOUSE; SIX PERSONS DIE LONDON, Jan" 17--A royal air force bomber crashed into n house In Crowborough, Sussex, today, setting it afire. Five men in the plane and a nuisc in the house wore believed to huvc been killed. EYE INJURED AS AUTO SKIDS Ernest Shipley, 32, of Mill Run, suffered lacerations of the right eye Sunday when the cai in which he lode with Russell Firestone; also of Mill Run, tmashed against a tree after skidding on the ice near his home. He was treated at Connellsville State Hospital DINE AND DANCE --to-- - KIFERLE'S ORCHESTRA Wednesday Night --at-'THE MAYFLOWER' Koutr 119, Kvcrson Pa. Suit Club Costs $35. ALTOONA, Jan. 17.--Judge Marion D. Patterson declared that operation of suit clubs and similar forms of promotion violated tho State lottery laws and fined R. S. Miller $25 for operating a lottery. Money Loaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED Call or See Us If You Need Money fc'or Any L'tncrgonc} Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust Co. Bltlp. Connellstllle, Pn. Telephones 244-866 ITompt, Courteous Convenient Service "Waterless" cooking is only one of ihe many new methods to be taught at the cooking- school. There'll be economy cooking--oven, broiler and roaster meals --baking--party suggestions--favorite dishes of many nations--all prepared by easy, time-saving methods. CONNELLSVILLE COURIER COOKING SCHOOL Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Jan. 25, 26, 27 ORPHEUM THEATRE 9:00 to 11:00 A. M. -. Lecturer-MRS. DOROTHY BATHGATE

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