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p\r- TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA FRIDAY. JANUARY 7, 193S. 1 By LYNNE B. KINCELL Aquilla B. Barrow, Former Local Man, Is Engaged to Wed Margaret Hupe of Syracuse I Leo Norman Skemp, Jr., Of Scottdale to Wed Mis J. W Tlpton at Wilklnsburs I announces the engagement oJ her dnughtci, Miss Virginia Adclc Tipton, to Leo Not man Skemp, Jr., son of Mr. .ind IV'ib. Leo N. Skcmp of 511 Loucks .avenue, Scottdalc. The wedding will Inke plsco Sat- uidny, Januai} 22, nt the Tlrat Picsbylcrian Chuich of Scottdulc Rev J. W. Withcrspoon, pastor, will officiate. Mr. and Mrs H. Lloyd Hupc of 148 Milnor avenue, Syracuse, N. Y., announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss .Margaret Hupc, to Aquilla B Borrow, ibn'of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Barrow of 1200 Sycamore street'.-it-rf luncheon given TERRKNCE TAMBimiNFS MAKIUAGE TO BALTrMORE GIRLjOr LOCAL INTfcRLST At luiptial" high" mass 'Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at St Philip and Jume* Church- In Baltimore, Miss -Mary-DeShiiron, daughter of Wednesday, December 29, at the Onondaga at Syracuse. Covcis v ere Â«Â« I _ _ Mri -The bride-elect" Is n-graduate ot Syracuse University and i is afllliated with-the^Alpha- 'Â£p.srtpn_Egsilon, _Chl The bridegrooin-ejcct--\v-os graduated, from.tho_ConneJ!s.vll!e High School \rttlrctbe.zGlaBS"Ot 1928 and Irom Syracuse, XJnlversity with, tho ClassToI 1032. Ho Js_ a-member ol IKSTFKniCappA-TnuJaDd is~assoclatcd with-Tcters Calllcr"7Kohloi Swiss Chocolate Companyr "Inc", Pulton, N,-Y.-~No dato^was-announccd for the weddrng~ ~--~ _" J _."- wSLiNCT \VOKKhSS~Cti\SS -- -GIVES NEW-YEAR PARTY Members ot the Willing Workers Class ot the Lciscnring Presbyterian Church held their annual New Year party, Wednesday evening of this week at'the home of Mr and Mrs Howard Leighty on the VandcrblH roqd, A covered-dish supper with Virginia baked ham as the mam dish, Â·was served at 8 o'clock. 'Husbands of members were guests The table appointments were beautiful In every way.-. The center piece was n doll dresscd,,in red velvet, with "1938" in silver lying on her lap. Red tapers in silver holders graced either end of the table. Place cards were the first names ot each-member and guest, printed backwards, _-and provided plenty ot tun. ~_ --Following the supper the regular business meeting was held Officers for the coming year were elected as follows: ^President, Mis. Hopwood Hess; secretary, Mrs James Bailey; treasurer, Mrs. Howard Leighty. Other members included Mrs William Hamilton, Mis. Van Riggar. Mrs Forrest Wilson, Mrs. Thomas Bailey, Mrs. Cromwell Culver, Mrs. G. C Â· Herbert and Mrs Robert Woshn- baugh. Mrs Van Higgar will entertain the class Wednesday evening, February 2 ^ ^ _^ , . - __ ... *Â»"Â» DS * au " Â° BM( ~ more, became the bride of Tctrence _ , _ at aibca.uti(ul -wadding. l . W. Rev Va Os- tcttcr, the church pastor, officiated Thc_brlde wore a white lace gown, with_a,~long_ train, and_ carried a shower baup.uet.ot white roses and Jilics of the valley. Her long veil v as ot tullcC--Z-- -- _ ThÂ£,'maUon~of honor," Mrs. Helen Kane btZAnnapolis, was attired in brown-laffclalwUh ..latching acccs- sories, and cumedtiui arm bouquet ot jcllow rosct. John Kane of Morcantown, W Va , served ns~Mr, Thmburlm's best man. Ushers were M C. O'Connor of this city nnd Edward Â· Bailey of_Ciarks- burg.jjy. _Va- The ceremony was followed by a reception and wedding breakfast at the home of the bride Mrs M. C. O'Connor, a cousin of the bridegroom, was also a guest at the wedding Mr. Tamburinl has frequently visited bis local relatives and has a number of friends here On their return from a wedding trip to the East, Mr. and Mrs Tamburini will be at home at-Parkersburg. LOTTIE A. BRADLEY CLAbb FOKMS FLANS FOR SUPPER The Januaiy meeting of the Lottie A Bradley Class of the South Con- ncllsvlllc Evangelical Church was held Thursday night at the sochl room of the church with Mre P. J. Costelio, Mrs Melvin CoUghcnoui and Mrs C. R. Bloom co-hoflosscb. Sixteen members nnd two vlUtors were present Tho business session was conducted by the president, Mrs W. S Harr Plans weie made for a covered-dish supper and valentine party to be held in connection with the next meeting. Mrs Evelyn Tissue, Mrs. Costelio and Mrs. Daisy Austin were appointed members of the sick and visiting committee for the year. Mrs M. R. Uubach was reported on the sick list. After the meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. M. P. MISSIONARY CIRCLE 4 HAS INTERESTING SESSION Missionary Circle No. 4 of the First Methodist Protestant Church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Robert Boyd in Morrcll avenue. Sixteen membois and visitors were present. Mrs A. R. Mansberger and Mrs. H E Pcnn conducted trc dei \otionals The question box was In charge of Mrs Charles Hiles A social hour followed Mrs. Har-y T Crossland and Mrs Boyd served a delicious lunch The February committee comprises Mrs S. T. Bcnford and Miss Josephine Rlnehart. V. F. W. UNIT HEARS REPORT OF YULE WORK The Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E - Brown Post of the Veterans oÂ£ Foreign Wars held its regular meeting . Thursday night at V. F. W. Hall " Mrs. Stella Cunningham gave a fine report of the work done by the aux: iliary during the Christmas holidays ^. Many members of the auxiliary will 7 attend the thirty-eighth annual ban, quet of Walter E Brown Post to be _hcld Saturday evening, February 5, ~ at 8 o'clock at the First Methodist ~ Episcopal Church dimngroom. All members who have not made reservations are to do so at the next _ meeting of the auxiliary on Janu- ^-ary 20. After the business-meeting bingo ,, was played, prizes being awarded to Mrs Mary Trump, Mrs. Gertrude McGraw, Mrs Rebecca Kauilman and Mrs. Anna Urchasko. The special prize was won by Mis. Gertrude Madden and the Variety Club prize by Mrs. Lawrence Greene. . The next regular meeting will be preceded by a covered-dish supper at 6 30 o'clock. Members of Walter E. Brown Post will be guests. MISS GRACE DAVIDSON IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. L H. Bowers gave a birthday party of attractive appointments Wednesday night at her home in Isabella road in honor of the birthday anniversary of her sister, Miss Grace Davidson. Twelve guests were present and spent a pleasant evening at five hundred. High prizes were received by Mrs James Banning and Dole Adams and low by Miss Hazel Hetrick and Walter Freed. Alter the games the hostess served - a dainty lunch, guests, ictaS seated at a prettily arranged iabler which was centered with a mound of sweet --PBS and graced at either end with pink tapers in crystal holders. Favors were small pink baskets filled with minted candy. The prevailing color motif was pink and green. Miss Davidson received a number of at- tractive gifts. Out-of-town guests were Dale Adams and Miss Lulu Hazelbakcr, "Mr. and Mrs. R G. Bryson, Union_town, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Freed of rVanderbilU -GIRL SCOUTS, TROOP 1, JIEET AT M. E. CHURCH _ Girl Scouts of Troop 1 met Thursday evening at'the First Methodist Episcopal Church with Sophie Mel- ~acsanos In charge of the opening "exercises. Betty Pieico _and Mary _Loulse Fisher were visitors. Patrols discussed plans for the future and Patrol 3, Firefly, decided ' to sell cundy and to hold monthly | meetings at the various members' homes. After the business session the remainder of the evening was spent In studying tests The meeting closed with the friendship circle and tnps until January 13. MRS, "WILLIAM COSSEL HEAD OF SEWING CLUB The Thursday Afternoon Sewing Club was organized by a group of women, who met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Cossel of Connellsvjllc, R. D. 1. Officers were elected as follows President, Mrs. William Cossel; treasurer;-Mrs. Ellen - Newcomer, secretary, Mrs. Arthur Graham. The circle decided to meet ..the flrst Thursday of each month and to observe the birthdays of members. ThursdayZicing the dato "of Mrs. CosscTs bhthday, each member presented her with a beautiful gift. The afternoon was spent at fancywork and later~Mrs Cossel served a delicious lunch. The nsxt meeting will be held Thursday, February 3, at the homo of Mrs. Robert Boyd of Morrcll avenue, i -- , ~ - - DAVID COHEN. UNIONTOWN . BUSINESS-MAN, Mrs. Bertha H. Braunsleln of Atlantic City and David Cohen, Un- lontown merchant, were married Thursday afternoon by Rabbi Julius Washer of the Tree of Life Synagogue, Uniontown Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs Cohen were guests at an informal dinner given by Mrs. Abe Cohen at her home at Uniontown. . 1 Connellsville W. O. T. U. The Conncllsvi'le Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. J. B. Kerns, 507 Newmyer avenue. The timq is 7:30. Democrat Women to Meet, The January meeting of the Con- jicllsvillo Woman's Democratic Club will be held Monday night at 8 o'clock at the Arlington Hotel. Licensed nt Uniontown. A marriage license was issued at Uniontown to Archie F. Harbarger of Dawson and Dorothy Marie Fretts of Scottdale. A. K. W CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. JAMES PEIGH Three tables of bridge were In play at a mcet'ng of the A K. W. Club at which Mrs James Peigh was hostess Thursday nlghi at her home in South Ninth street, Greenwood. High prize was awarded to Mra J. H. Bowman and draw to Mrs J. L. Hyatt. The guests prize was received by Mrs. W. E. Kelly. At the conclusion of the games Mrs Peigh served a dainty lunch. Mrs. Ewlng R. Harmon will entertain the club Thursday evening, January 20, at her home in Morton avenue. LUTHER DERRYBERRY WEDS TENNESSEE GIRL Mr. and Mrs L. R. Derryberry of Dunbar announce the marriage of their son, Luther Derryberry, to Miss Mabel Martin of Columbia, Tenn. The ceremony took place Monday, January 3, at Sheffield, Ala. The bridegroom was graduated from Dunbar Township High School with the Class of 1035. Mr. and Mrs Derryberry plan to reside in the South. JUNIOR USHERS' CLUB HOLDS REGULAR SESSION The regular mcetirj f the Junior Ushers' Club of the First Methodist Episcopal Church was held Thursday evening. There waa a good attendance. Two motions were made and carried After the meeting members adjourned to tho gym where a few games of vollelyball were played. Scenic, Dnncingr, Singing MINSTREL AND SPECIALTY REVIEW Will UP Presented bj- The American legion Milton Bishop Tost, No. 301, JANUARY 11 12 High School Auditorium Married at Easton Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Townsenct of .South Sloe, Brownsville, announce the marriige of their son, Delphin, to Miss Maxine Eastman, daughter of Mrs. Sue Eastman, also of South Side, Brownsville The ceremony was solemnized Thursday, December 30, nt Easton, with Rev. EdulnElUott officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Townscnd will rcsido at Uniontown where the former is. manager of the Hngan Dairy Mart" - on Women's Shoes Included in this sale are: Foot Rest Shoes Ttteertle Alluring Foot-wear Air Step Shoes --and other fine makes. When you purchase such fine shoes at so great a price reduction you get the utmost in foot comfoit, smart styles and perfect fit at lowest prices. Blacks Browns and Color Combinations You o\\e it to yourself to buy more than one pair of quality shoes. Fine Kids Patents Onbardine Alligator HOOPER LONG BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WWTTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "Hie Authority on Authorities" DON'T ALWAYS DOUBLE INFORMATIVE or takeout doubles aro Qno plccea of machinery to find out what your partner likes beat, but there are times when norno othor courno Is far preferable. Thero In always the possibility with an Informative double that your partner may Ilka to make Imilnea* or penalty pane If your hand Is such that you do not wont to play against the opponents' contract, no matter what your partner holdn, tt may be better to call Â· isult, In rare instances even the opponent's lUlt Â· A 108 63 :n * Q B 2 - ~, 6 5 2 * K 10 B 8 9 K 10 9 7 3 Â· None 4 . A 0 8 0 (Dealer: East. North-South vulnerable ) After two passes, West opened the bidding on this deal with 1-Dla- mood. North and East passed and South was undecided aa to just what action to tke. With a pus- Ing partner and he himself having previously passed, he feared a bid of a heart might be passed. He would normally hvo doubled with his typo of distribution, but there was the possibility that North might have length In diamonds and decide to pas* the double for a penalty South was not anxious for this to happen, as his holdings did not by any means Indicate that one diamond could be set. After duo consideration, no decided upon a bid of 3-Olamonds, figuring' that It would not be possible for his partner to misinterpret this bid, In view of the original pass. North caught the Inference and jumped to 3-Spades, which South took to four East led a diamond against this contract and declarer had no difficulty In making hie game, with the Iocs of a trick each In spade* heart) and clubs Tomorrow's 1'roblcm 4,8 V A 6 4 Â· A K Q J 0 6 3 + J5 Â« 10 0 W K Q 0 7 3 4H) 4 3 2 Â» 10 8 7 2 + 8 0 4 3 A K 9 7 2 4 . A K Q J V J 8 3 2 Â· None Â·fjAQlO (Dealer: East. Neither side vulnerable.) How should the bidding proceed on this deal after a pass by East! Perfumes Owe Debt to Coal. NEW YORK, Jan 7.--A lump of coal Indirectly produces pcr/umes, antiseptics und medicines, nnd dyes of all colors, according to the American Chemical Society. Mrs. Elizabeth Sparks Surprised on Birthday In honoi oC her seventieth birthday, Mrs Elizabeth Sparks, was feted at j prettily orranged dinnci served Wednesday evening at G 30 o'clock at her home at Davibtown, the alfair being planned by her children Shar- inc honors with Mrs. Spiufo was her little granddaughter, Mary Jane Sparks daughter of Mr and Mia Howaid L Sparks of Davistown, v,ho celebrated her ninth birthday The dmnet was n complete suipriic and was attended by all of Mrs Sparks six! children and then f ami- lies Places wcic laid foi twenty- eight The table was made ittrnc- twc with pink tapers In crystal hold- cis, placed at eithei end, and a large ccntci piece ol cut flowers Then, weie also two birthday cakes, both Iced in white One was decorated with the numerals ' 70" In pink and the other, with nine pink candles in m itching loscbud holdeis. Mis Sparks, well known m the Indian Cicek Valley, was presented with a ladio Alter the dinner the remainder oÂ£ the evening was given ovci to a pleasant social time and none present enjoyed the occasion more than Mrs. Sparks Class Mceltnc Postponed. The meeting ot the C I. U. Class of the Methodist Piotcstant Church has been postponed indefinitely because of the Week of Prayer. It was to have been tonight MOUNT PLEASANT GIRL IS ENGAGED TO MAURY Mr. and Mrs. Al Collanni oÂ£ 811 Smithficld hticet, Mount Pleasant, announce the engagement ot their daughter, Miss Edith Colianni, to Frank Jl. Mechinko, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Mechinko oÂ£ Uniontown. No date has been set tor the wedding OLOBILLfr WITH A CASH LOAN $25 to $300 FROM US. IK LAST VbAK'S BILLS AKfc THIS YEAR'S I'KOBI.CM, Hlij Not Combine Them Here; Let Our Cash Solve Your Problem. NO Signers Except Hnshand And Wife. No Enibarrosbinf; Iiutstigationft. Inquire Alwut The Union ICcpnmcnt Plan. Small Payments Arranged To Suit YOUK INCOME. Up To 18 Monlhi to Rcpij. Old Reliable--!? V.ni. in Gmwburg Loans Made In Westmoreland And Surrounding Counties. Gall--Ilione--Or Write. U N I O N LOAN CO. Admitted to Hospital James Turner of Star Junction was admitted to the Brownsville General Hospital for treatment 50-1--Second Floor First National Bank Bid;. Phone 1-3-1-3 GREENSBURC Phone 680 681-155 Prompt Delivery Quality... Service . . . Low Prices For 57 Years! High Grade 3Icnts and Groceries nt lowcÂ«t prices, consistent \\ltli the high f[uulit}. Give us a trlnl order this neck-end, jou'il llko our -itiift, our sen ice. ALL GOLD Fancy Yellow CS.ng Peaches,2 ige.cans 39c PREMIER Yellow Bantam Corn Grainlets, 2 cans 29c PREMIER Fancy Cut Wax Beans, 2 med. cans 21 c PREMIER Red Kidney Beans, 2 med. cans 19c CROSSE-BLACKWELL Soups, 2 med. cans 25c Cre'un of Pea, Mushroom, Beef Broth, Noodle, Spin ich and Other Varieties. CROSSE-BLACKWELL'S Old Fashioned Pork and Beans, 2 cans 19c CROSSE-BLACKWELL'S Prune or Date-Nut Bread, 2 cans . 29c CROSSE-BLACKWELL'S Tomato Juice, quart can . 19c FAYETTE CAKE SPECIAL Spice Cake Mocha Icing 29c and 35c PREMIER Barbecue Sauce, 2 bottles 19c FRENCH'S Ycllon Mustard, large jar . _ _. ... 12c TAHM GARDEN Salad Dressing, Â«it. jar . 20c LUTZ SCHRA3nt DPI Tickles (large) 3 pt jar 29c MORNING BRACER Coffee, 2 Ibs. 33c As Good as Most Coffees Coitinc 2c to 3c a pound more. MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee, 2 Ibs. 61 c Drip or Percolator Ground HOSCO (Healthful Chocolate Bcterngc) 24-oz Jar 35c JOHNSON'S Auto Cleaner Polish 59c and Can of JOHNSON'S Auto Wax FREE JOHNSON'S KIcon Floor (liquid polish) pt. jnr i',c Quart j a r _ ,, ,, _ ,, _ . 5 9 c JOHNSON'S Kloor Wax (paste) Ib. can G0c Full Variety-Low Prices Vienna Flour The Old Reliable -i. sk. 85c SWANSDOWX Cuke Tlour, box - _ . . 2Gc WALTER BAKER'S Cocoa, pound }o\ ~ _. _ 12c WALTER BAKER'S Chocolate, J4-11*. cake . 15c BAKER'S Southern Style Coconnut (moist) 2 ens 19c CALUMET Unking Powder, 12-o/. can ~. _- . 19c STEWART'S Pondered Sugar, 2--12-07. Ijoxcs 17c JELL-O Freezing Mix, 2 cans 19c Assorted Flaiors CATttPFIRE ttnrshmnllows, pound pkge. _ ...ISc Fancy English Walnuts, Somerset BUCKWHEAT 10-lb. sk. 39c HOGSETT'S Yellow Corn Steal, o-II). sack . 19c VERMONT atAFD Sjnip (maple ilaior) pt. jug 28c KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes 2 Extra Larpe Boxes 23c 1 Box Wheat KRUMBUES FREE Staley's Gloss Starch, 3-lb. box 21 c OCTAGON Cleiuibcr, 8 cniib .. Â«Â»_Â»Â«Â»..TM-- H ~, ,, 13c OCTAGO' Soap, 10 giant hars 45c OCTAGON Gnumlatcd Soap, 2 large boxes 37c PALMOLIVK Soap, 4 brs 25c Thss Week-End Pork Loin Roast (smaH loins) Rib End, Ib. 17c Pork Butts (small lean) Ib 20c Pure Pork Sausage (loose) Ib 25c BRANDED BEEF Rib Boil, Ib. . . 15c Chuck Boil, Ib 20c Chuck Roast, Ib 25c Rib Roast, Ib. ... 31 c Rath's Pure Lard 2-Mb. pkges23c Fresh Spare Ribs, Ib. 18c FRESH OYSTERS Extra Standards Pint 25c SLICED BACON Delicious, l/2-lb. pkge 18c Black Hawk, Vz-lb. pkge 20c Swift's Pork Beans 1-lb., 6-oz. can lOc GENU8NE SPIRSNG LAMB Lamb Breast, Ib. 15c Lamb Shoulder Roast Ib 28c Legs of Lamb, Ib. 31 c Fairmont Better Cream Cheese, 2 pkges 15c CHOICE CHICKENS Frcshlj Dressed In Our Market "The Store That Docs Things For You!"