The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 18, 1939 · Page 2
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January 18, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. TIII3 DAILY COURIER. CONNKLL,bViL,L,lU, FA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1933. Scott Klingensmith, Wife to Observe 58th Wedding Anniversary By LYNNB B. KINCELL High School Orchestra Presents Fine Program at Junior Culture Club Meeting w. The Connellsvillc High School Orchestra presented a delightful musical program at the regulni meeting of the Junior Cultuic Club Tuesday night. Miss Mac Zimmerman presented Bandmaster Richard H. Gingrich, who arranged the following program. ^ "Light Cavalry Overture," Von Suppe. "Who Is Sylvia' ' Schubert. "The Bohemian Girl," M Balfe "Poem," Zdcnka Fllsch "Minuet," from "Bermce," G. F. Hauld "Martha Oveilure," Von Suppe A get-acquamted party, arranged by the hostess committee, was also enjoyed. Crazy bridge was the diversion, high prize being awarded to Miss Marguerite SpUtler and low to Miss Marion Fenstcrmacher and Miss Esther Miles A dainty lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs C. J. Fctte, chairman; Mrs. Elmer Mlluron, Miss Virginia Minerd, Miss Charlotte Dillon, Miss Helen Tren- bcrth, Miss Dorothy Hoover, Miss Eleanor Hilling and Mrs. L. M Winkler. The meeting was held ai the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library and the. program was preceded by a business session In charge "Tjf the president, Miss Lois Kcffcr. The attendance was exceptionally large. The next meeting,"scheduled.lor Tuesday evening, February 7, will be In the form of a casserole dinner to be served at 6 30 o'clock. Members planning to attend are to make their reservations with Mrs. Jamse Lewellen, telephone 4108-R, or Miss Josephine Harry, telephone 701. The club will sponsor a play to be given Thursday evening. February 16, at the High School Auditorium. DR. F. A. GROSSMAN SPEAKS BEFORE VANDEKBILT CLUB Twenty-two members of the Saturday Afternoon Club_ot Vanderbllt and a "number of guests heard Dr. F. A. Grossman, resident physician at the Connellsville State Hospital, give a fine talk on "Austria," at the monthly meeting of the club which was held Saluiday alt«rnoori~at the home of Miss Hazel Clelland Dr. Grossman s t u d i e d medicine in Vienna Miss Grace Enyder, leader of the program, presented the gucsl speaker and Clark Bailey, who played two piano solos, "Country Gardens" and Chopin's "Waltz" At the close of the program dainty refreshments were served by the hostess ~ The next meeting will be held al the home of Miss Grace Moore al Vanderbllt Mrs. Stahl Shallcnbergcr will be leader of the program An interesting program on "Medine" marked a meeting of the Out- wk Club ai which Mrs. W. H. Het- ck was hostess Tuesday afternoon her home in East Patterson ave- ue Members responded to the roll all with Bible quotations. Papers were read by the loilow- ng "Doctors on Payroll," Mrs A Clarke; "Advantages of Socialized ledicinc," M.S. John B. Davis, "Dis- dvantagcs of Socialized Medicine," Irs. C. Roy Hetzel. A general dls- ussion followed. At the close of the program the ostess served a tasty lunch. Pottery will be discussed at the cxt meeting to be held at the ome of Mrs Davis ARAH B. COCIIRAN CLASS HAS TBOGRAM AND GAMES The Sarah B Cochran Class of the Icthodist Epjscopal Church at Dawon was entertained Tuesday evening the social auditorium of the church ith Mrs. Ethel Lancaster, Mrs atherlne Budd and Miss Laverno cnderson as hostesses Miss Vivian ollms read the Scripture lesson 'ter business there was a program Irs Wamright Strickler contributing vocal solo and Miss Myrtle Wilkin- on a reading Prizes at games were warded to Mrs Dale Haas and Miss a Mae Swauger. Lunch was ervcd by the hostesses Hostesses for ic next meeting will be Miss Grace ·lusband, Mrs. James Goldsboro, Mrs arah Landymore and Mrs. Margare andymore , M. T. CLKB MEMBERS CHOOSE MYSTERY PALS The R M. T. Club met Tuesday ight at the home of Mrs Alva Plern Sixth street. West Side Seven members were present and two npvj members were initiated Plans for a eating party in the near future were iscussed^ Mysteryjpals were .selectee or"~tfie commg^car^JThe remainder f the evening"was spent at playln Chinese checkers. _Pnzes were won y Mrs Clark Potter «nd_-3«Irs-Harr} Arrold - - - - A delicious lunch was served at icautifully decorated table Colors were red and white The next meeting will be hold a the home of Mks Bertha Eovems date to be announced. TWO NEW MEMBERS ADMITTED TO M. P. ONWARD CLASS Twenty members attended th monthly meeting of the Onward Clas of the First Methodist Protcstan Church at which Mrs Bowie Glove was hostess Tuesday night at he home in Davidson avenue. The busi ness session was conducted by th president, Mrs Robert Boyd, Mrs Ernest McCoy had. charge o the devotionals Two new members Mrs Andrew Thomas and Miss Ollv Hetzel, were received It was an nounced that the class will serve th Rotary and Klwanls clubs In June. *~ Refreshments were "served. Tfi committee consisted of Mrs. Glover Mrs. Ernest McCo", Mrs. Bums, Mrs Robert Boyd and Mrs. E,'B. Small. KING'S DAUGHTERS MEETING ATTENDED BY MANY MEMBER CMrs Gertrude Welkar-was hostes at the January."meeWrig 'of "the- King Daughters Circle of Trinity Luthera Church Tuesday night at her home i South Plttsburg street. Mrs C Ro Hetzel, president, was in charge, an a number of attractive articles Tver turned m-for the-annual Christma bazaar. --"tT^X *" The meeting was inarked by an ex ccptionally Inrgejittendance and dc Hcious "refreshments;- served by committee' composed of Mrs, Welke. Mrs. Prince M. Stone, Mrs William P. Phuntek and Mrs Charles Andcr son. - - -- _ ,, ; _ - . NEW STUDY i¥ LAUNCHED" BY LAUREL HILL Y. T. C -The Laurel Hill Youth's Temper ante Council took up the study o "Syllabus in Alcoholic Education," a Its regular meeting Tuesday nightTa the West Penn Model Home, iKe He meeting "place. -Rev. FT^W.-'-Reec pastor oi the DunSSr Baptist Cjutrd is instructor of the"sfudy' ~~ "Robert Harper of Umontowp, prcr ident, was in charge, of^tha busines session and dcvotionals- were--con ducted by Hiss Mary Leighty, chair man of the medal committee. Lunc was ;crved by the hostesses, Mis Virginia Sarrpoy and Mrs. Fre Leighty, Jr. Will Mark Anniversarj. _Mr \id Mrs Joseph Bittncr, well known couple of the Dutch Hill sec lion, Uniontown, will celebrate the golden wedding anniversary uit "open house" Thursday. Guests wi be rcccl\ ed from 2 to 4 in the after noon and in the evening from 8 to 1 A family dinner will complete th day's festivities. - - - DANCE TONIGHT "THE MAYFLOWER" Route 119. Evcrson. Pa. Klfcrle's Orchestra Vledical Program Given at Meeting Of Outlook Club Mi and Mrs Scott Klingensmith of Broid Tord will celebrate their 58th vcdding anniversary Thursday, January 26 at their home There vail e a dinner in the afternoon, w he children and grandchildren homo 01 the occasion There were si\ children Five aie iving They arc R F Klmgcnsmith vho lues at home, Mrs Lewis M 'mdlcy of the West Side, Connclls- 'lilc, Ray C of CHrksburg W Va Lee R of Browns!, iilc and Ktnnelh A of Nemacolin Harry L was illed at Morgan Station December 24, 1914, when struck by a train There arc 21 grandchildren and eight grand-children Ail have invitations o be at the dinner Mr Klingensmith will be 79 on hi vcdding anniversary. Mis. Klingcn- smllh was 76 December 1, lost Be- 'ore her marriage she was Miss Lauretta Hcrrington, who came to Broac Ford from Greene county with her parents, Charles E and Susan Cannon Hcrrington, in 1877 Mr. and Mrs Klingensmith wore married at Broad Ford, where" they lave lived ever since The cemc- mony was performed by the Into Ro\ P. T. Conway, who at that time was pastor of the Hickory Square Methodist Protestant Church. MRS. IRA JAYNES HOSTESS TO M. E. FORWARD CLASS The Forward Class of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church met Tuesday night at the home o£ Mrs Ira Jaynes in Green street reonwood Mrs. Ernest Mistlc- baucr, president, opened the mcct- at which plans were made for a special meeting to be held ncx month. Forward sisters will be revealed at this time ard names for th coming year drawn The commute in charge consists of Mrs. Mistle- baue , Mrs J. L. Cypher, Mrs. S J Witt, Mrs. J. W. Raudman and Mrs Ray Ellenbcrger. The place will bi decided on later. At the close of the meeting a de llclous lunch was served by the hos less and her committee, Mrs J C Henvick, Mrs Albert Jones, Mrs Walter Jones and Mrs. W E Kelly VANDERBILT KISKI CLUB PLANS VALENTINE PARTY The Klskl Sewing Club met Tucs day evening at the home of Mrs. Jaj Thurston at Vanderbilt. Miss Pe Jaucrs, president, presided over th business session at which time plans were formulated for a Valentine orty. Lunch was served by the lostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs fcorge Beatty. -Present from out-of-town were Hiss Catherine Herman, Miss Madelyn Brooks, Miss Mary Shuty, Miss Geraldine Weir Plrzl. nnd / . Mrs Frank CIVIC CHORAL SOCIETY TO MEET FOR REHEARSAL The Civic Choral Society will mee for rehearsal this evening at ! o'clock at the home of the director Miss Helen Kctl, 1119 Race street An important business session will be conducted along with the regular re. hcarsal, it is announced Will Mark Anniversarj The 27th anniversary of the Priscilla Sewing Circle will be ob served with a covered-dish lunchcoi at the home of Mrs. Roy B Otto m East Crawford avenue in February it was decided at the meeting FrkSiy at the home of Mrs Carl Morgan a Poplar Grove Ten members wer in attendance Mrs William Leonhardt, president, presided ovc the business session The afternoo was spent at sewing Lunch wn served by tho hostess, assisted b Mrs William P. Phuntck. Uniontown Girl Married Mr and Mrs. Ray Smell of Union town announce the marriage of the daughter, 'iss Ruth Marian Smel to John D Brady of Pittsburgh, so of Dr and Mrs Harry Brady Daytona Beach, Fla The cercmon took plnce in December at the mans o£ the Presbyterian Church, Pitts burgh, with Rev. Paul Elliott official mg. For the past three years th bride had been associated with th offices of the Bell Telephone Com pany, Uniontown. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" LADY LTJOK AT BAT THERE MUST BE aomo kind of a divinity that watches over caro- lesa players once In a wbilc. Ho -or perhaps it In a she, Lady Luck-will dramatically pull tho contract safely into port in spite of all the rinks entailed by bizarre play Tho only trouble about depending upon such help is that It can bo trusted only seldom, whereas a bit of careful thought in advance will pay dividends frequently. A A 9 6 V 9 5 4 J 7 1 A. J 10 83 A Q J * V J 10 « 10 D 6 3 A Q 0 5 4 A. K Q 3 2 « A K Q + 6 Dealer East North-South vul nerablc ) South felt BtronR enough to open this deal with a bid of 7-Hcartn North responding with 3-Club.i Next came 3-Spadca from South, 4-Cluba from North, 4-Hcarta from South and B-Hcarta from North, a elam Invitation which South refused because he felt ho had already gono pretty strong by opening with game-guarantee two bid on ft hand with no ourplus values. If the slam was there, ho reasoned, North would have to bid it, not Invlto it After tho diamond 10 was led SouUi'a soundest ploy woo probably to try three rounds of apadu, BO as to be in shape to ruff tho fourth If the suit didn't breik, and then to go for trumps This would mako It pretty suro that at tho worst only one trick could be lost In each major. But no South won tho diamond cad led to tho club A, returned a small club, East playing his K and getting It ruffed and then South took two more high diamonds, risking a run* unnecessarily. A spado was led, West false-carding the Q and tho A winning, next a spade to tho K nnd throo high hearts establishing East's 8 A spado to West n J, however mada tho contract secure Had East been able to win this, his heart 8 could havo dropped South'? last trump and tho club Q would have been tho last trick. But West, no matter what ho led, could not help giving South a trick on a ruff with hla last trump, making the contract · · · Tomorrow's Problem A A Q 10 8 V K 6 · A Q 7 5 2 A 5 4 4 7 6 3 2 V A Q J 10 S 6 · 8 6 3 * A 10 6 (Dealer North. North-South vulnerable 1 If West had bid hta clubs and had Anally doubled tho 6- Heart contract how should South try for It ogainot a lead of tho club K' Hospital Auxiliary Receives $ 139 From Annual Card Party The Women's Auxlllaiy to the Con- cllsvillc State Hospital cleared 13080 fiom its icccnt bcnetlt card arty This was bhown by a report ibmiltcd by the Ueasurer, Mrs arah Guibord, at the January mccl- nfi of the auxiliary, held Tuesday ftcinoon at the Hospital with the resident, Mis Meyer Aaron, in harge The money will be applied o the fund maintained by the organl- atlon foi financing Its worth-while vork at the Hospital Miss Helen Armstrong, chairman if the committee In charge of the annual gift giving at the Hospital, announced that all of the ward patients verc remembered Boxes of* toilet irticlcs were given to the women, ,ocks, combs and handkerchiefs to he men, books, pencil sets, toys and inndkcrchicfs to tho children and land-knit sacks and hoods to the In- 'ants In addition to these gifts, a ialf-pound boc of candy was given o each paticn- The packages were jayly wrapped and bore the name of the recipient Other members of lie committee were Mrs Fred Frisbee and Mrs J Hall Spear Before the meeting, the women islted the nursery and admired the recent Improvements Ananccd by the Hospital Club The next session will be held Tuesday afternoon, February 14 193!. by Kinj Peiwiti SjatlcM. IK. Nurse at Hospital Married a Year Ago To Fairchance Man Of interest to their many friends Is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Ethel Hixson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Dan F Hixson of Scottdalc, and Woodrow B Wilson, son of Mrs Henry Wilson of Fairchance. The ceremony too'., place a year ago in Miami, F)-, where the mother and her son spent tho past winter Mrs Wilson was graduated from the nurses training school of the Uniontown Hospital, a member of the Class of 1934, anc for the past three years was associated with the ConnellsUlle State Hospital Mr. and Mrs Wilson plan to reside with the former's mother in Morgantown street, Fairchance PAST CHIEFS ASSOCIATION MEETS AT CONNER UOME Mrs Bcssc Conner entertained thi 'ast Chiefs Association of Friend hip Temple No 25, Pythian Sisters 'uesday night at her home In South Cottage avenue Bingo v.as the di /crsion High prize was. won by Mrs tfacic Robcits, second by Mrs. Olive Gcrhart and third, Mrs Delilah Solldny. Miss Agnes Spence rcccivei the booby prize A delicious luncl vas icr\cd by Mrs Conner, assists ay Mrs Ida Armstrong Uniontown Girl Engaged. Announcement is made of the be rothal of Mauc Brajdic, daugh cr of Mi and Mrs Frank Brajdlc o Uniontown, and Albert Malago so if Mi nnd Mis Jacob M \lago Trcensburg No date has been sc or the wedding COTERIE CLUB WILL GIVE DINNER AT TEA ROOM The Coterie Club will give its annual turkey dinner at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at Crawford Tea Room, South Pittsburg street Elizabeth Phillips Fclcd Miss Nellie Phillips gave a delightful surprise party Monday evening at her home in honor of the birthday anniversary of her sister, Miss Elizabeth Phillips Thirty-five guests were prcsc t and spent the evening playing bingo Later a delicious dinner was served The beautifully appointed table x^as decorated with spring flowers and candles An- ranged in the center was a large birthdiy cake The honor guest received many aitractivc gifts Meeting Announced. Shilo Lodge No 103, Ladies Auxll- loiy to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Thursday evening at tho Y M C A The time is 7.30. SUSIE NEVER HAD A BEAU. HER UFE WAS WSJ A TALI Of WOE; WENT TO COOKING SCHOOL ONE DAY AND NOW MUST SHOO THE MEN AWAYf You', too, can be a social success! A good cook is always popular, so come to all three classes of the CONNELLSVILLE COURIER COOKING SCHOOL Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Jan. 25, 26, 27 ORPHEUM THEATRE 9:00 to 11:00 A. M. Lecturer-MRS. DOROTKY BATHGATE Will Meet Thursdaj. The regular meeting of the A O I Auxiliary will be held at 7 3 o'clock Thursday evening in the Im maculate Conception social hall Licensed Joseph Stasko, J r , of Broad For nnd Twila Elizabeth Livingston o iopwood were licensed to wed a Cumberland O. D D. Club to Meet. The D. D D Club will meet Silur day evening at the home of Mr Clyde Lowcry, Chestnut street v .yi!liam C Hood Testimonial February 16 UNIONTOWN, Jan 18--Thursday evening February 10, has been fixed as the time of the testimonial dinner in honor of William C. Hood, newly named general superintendent of the H C Fnck Coke Company | Sharing honors with the new superintendent will be Cliy F. Lynch of Grccnsburg, who had retired from that capacity on December 31. Guests will include high officials of the United States Steel Corporation and its affiliated interests and others The dinner, being sponsored by the Uniontown Chamber of Commerce, will be held in the White Swan Holel with Judge W. Russell Carr serving as toastma-itcr and Robert J. Arnctt, chdirm.m of the executive committee, presiding At the ... Quick! use this specialized aid for nose and upper throat.. .where most colds start. Helps lmml many colds. Women's fine shoes. Kegulurlj priced to SC.85 now regrouped to make one large lot of 325 pair to sell quickl) lit S3.G5 .... Still another lot to sell at $i!.G." -\\hicli u!H merit jour close attention. Eerj pair u lionn fide bargain. GROUP 1 Composed mostl) of F001VRKST SHOES, of sucdo, leather nnd gabardine. You'll ·ttnnt seernl pnlr at this price. Regular $6.85 $3 ftunranteed by GOOD HOUSKKEEPING GROUP 2 of PARIS FASHIONS In snappj high heel pattern*. MUM, WISE, BLACK snode. Regular $3.85 $2.65" Everything at Reduced Prices! Men's $1.00 Chalmers Nationally advei Used Chalmers long sleeve, ankle length unions All sizes. Infants', children's, women's and men's. Closcout of all fall stock All si/es HI the lot. Part Wool Double Blankets Regular $395, double bed size, part uool, double blankets. Wanted colors 59c Chenille Rugs 59c Rc\cislblc patterns, for Mtihcn and bnth Regular 50c heavy flannelette gowns, V-neck, long sleeves P E R D R E S S Assorted no\\ st\leb and f,ui- cv fast oolnr print pattoi ns. All blzes. Boys' $1.00 Odd lot boys' school knickers. All sizes -While they last! Up to ?2.93 values. AH wool coat sweaters, some ·n 1th c o l l a r s . Wanted sizes and colors. Table Oilcloth 14c Yard

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