The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 19, 1939 · Page 2
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Thursday, January 19, 1939
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PAGE TWO. THIS DAILY COURIER, CONNELIiSVILLTB, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1939. ^ Dafe for Marriage of Helen Cooke Patterson," Dr. FredL Norton Announced at Bridge Showe'r To announce the date lor the corn- ins marriage of her niece, Miss Helen Cooke Patterson of Brookvale, to Dr. Fred Lee Norton of Belle Vernbn and 'Pittsburgh, Mrs.; Wade H. 'Marietta" fgave-a -bridge -shower of lovely^appointments Tuesday night at- her home in Wills · road. Five tables were called - into requisition · for ·.bridge. High prize was awarded to Mrs. Paul Fleck, second to Miss ;HcIen Matthews and consolation to : Miss Eleanor McClelland. :; A.buffet lunch, at .which the wed- .ding date was revealed,.supplemented -.the bridge-games. A-color'motit of :whitc, green and silver was beauli- . iully carried out. . The. table .was ^centered- with n'"mound of --ivhltc "snapdragons, chrysanthemums and plumoso, artistically- arranged in. a ."tut 'glass: bowl,: and adorned at iithcr' end 'with "two slender white' ilapers in crystal holders. The salad ;vas topped with two small cards embellished, with wedding bells and ^bearing tSe inscription, -"Helen and ^Fred. February 21." « The bride^clcct, a'daughter'of Mr.' !«id Mrs. SI'S. Patterson, was presented with beautiful gifts. -. Out-of-town · guests -were " Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs.'-William Jones, ·Mrs. V. W. Baif, Mrs. Van V. Rolcy, ·Mrs. Edward Harry' and Mrs. Harold ^Toner, all of-"Belle Vcrrion; Mrs. ·Mendel Hirsf of Scottdalo, Mrs. B. G. Strang and Mrs. Paul Fleck of Swiss- ·vale. . - -;~ -- Mrs. :Harry K. Lewis Unit Program ·CONTEST WINNERS GUESTS AT SPAGHETTI SUPPER Winners of the contest, held by the Ever Cheerful'Class.- of the First "United Presbyterian Church, were- feted by. the losers with a spaghetti .supper Tuesday evening at the church dining room. .-Places were : lald for fourteen. The purpose of the contest was to have every member present each Sunday. .;, : The regular business session, .:in ;charge of the vice-president, was" .held. . Officers were elected forlthK 'coming year. They are: President,.' Ruth O'Hara; vice-prcsidcnt,""R'uth .Schroyer; secretary. Grace -Marlz;- ·treasurcr, Eleanor Forsythe. ·-'·'"". The meeting was followed by a program. Numbers given were: ·Vocal duet, "My Wild Irish Rose," Mrs. Bessie Dushaw and Miss Grace Gilpin; plnno solo. Miss Grace Gilpin; vocal solos, "The Glowworm" and "Sundown," Mrs. Bessie Dushaw. The next meeting, to be held Tucs- .day evening, February 21, at the .home of Misses Grace and Evelyn Gilpin, will be in the form ol a Valentine party. Mrs. Harry K. Lewis was elected president of the Women's Auxiliary to the Baltimore Ohio Cooperative Traffic Program at the: January meeting, held Wednesday afternoon at the Y.-M. "C. A. Other. officers chosen-.arc: Vice-president, Mrs. 'J. L. Burmvorth; secretary," Miss Rulh E. Miller;-treasurer, Mrs. J. H. Collinson.:. _ ·'..;:."..'..'_ . . . :~: Mrs. J. H. Dawson was. in charge of the meeting which opened with "Hail the Baltimore Ohio," .sung by members. "Several,.members reported having secured, business for the B. O. within the past month. A letter from Dr.. Grimsley, director of C. T. Pi activities oftho eastern' lines, was'resd "by the secretary: Dr. Grimslcy. · complimented the women for their'flne record for-the-past year. A complimentary letter was also read from J. H. Fullorton, recently appointed by Harold L. Ickcs, Secretary of the Interior, as consultant 'in the employer-employe relations office of education, Department of ^"Interior, Washington, D. C. --" · · Mrs. Dawson, retiring president, was presented with gifts and-a large bouquet of gladioli, roses and snapdragons, at the close of the business meeting, with the best wishes of the members who were sorry to have hot- year come to an cndi · She was highly complimented -."lor·?. her leadership during the past year. "' : ·- After the : business session, bingo was enjoyed, prizes being awardecl to Mrs. J. H.- Collinson, Mrs.-Howard Wagner and;Mrs..John.Collins,. z Mrs. Dawson awarded a large B. Historical Homes Is Theme of Program For D. A. R. Meeting An exceptionally fine program was presented at the January meeting of Philip Freemnn Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution Wednesday afternoon. The general theme was "Historical Homes . of Western Pennsylvania." -The meeting, .held at the chapter's room at the Carnegie Free Library, opened, with the D. A. R. ritual conducted by Mrs. John M. Young, chaplain. ."America" was sung in concert, after which the salute to the flHKi led by Mrs.-Milton D. Williams, chairman of the flag committee, was given. In the absence of Mrs. Thomas G. McLcllan, chairman of the program, Mrs. Robert S. Cooper presided and read, .an informative. paper concerning Friendship Hill, the former home of Albert GaUatin. . "The . Early Architecture of Western Pennsylvania'," was the subject of a splendid paper'presented-by Mrs. Edward Bacr. Mrs. Young reviewed the D. A. R. magazine. Mrs.- Robert-M.-LeibcrgCT, -regent, -presided over the business session "n't which Mrs. Edward Baer and'Mrs. ·John F. Torrence were eloctcd,:dele- ·gatcs to the annual Continental Congress to be held ire April in .Washington, D. C. Mrs. Lcibcrgcr will attend by .virtue of her office. ' The chapter Iwill hold" its annunl -Washington's Birthday luncheon at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Febrtf- iry 22, at Crawford Ten Room Reservations arc to be made with .Irs.- S. L. Bnlslcy, chairman of the vays and meant committee, tcte- ihonc 831-J, or Mrs. Bacr, telephone 586. . - ' . . - . · . . - · : ' LEE ETTA LODGE MEETING x IS, FOLLOWED BY PARTY The regular meeting of Lee Etta Lodge No. 515, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, was held Wednesday evening at She Y. M. C. A.'. There was an un-usually large attendance. One new member, Mrs. Helen Herbert, was initiated. A party was held after the meeting tud each member was presented ·with a sift with the name of her capsule sister lor the past year attached. Names for this year's "sisters" were drawn. Lunch wns served. The party was arranged by Mrs. Blanche Lowery, Mrs. Dorothy Lowman, Mrs. Catherine Stewart and " Mrs. Gertrude Lowery. "-" ." "-'. '' An invitation was received to attend a party to" be given Tuesday evening, Jauary 24, at the'home' 61 Mrs. Anna Cunningham, East Washington avenue. ..'.": .. O. R. C. AUXILIARY IS '; INVITED TO; STATE MEETING ':. Coke Region Division No. 1ST, Ladles Auxiliary-to the Order ol Railway Conductors,- met Tuesday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. ,A£ invitation was received to attenSjthe Pennsylvania State'Associatipn'meet- Ing which will be held January ,29 in Pittsburgh. The invitation also includes conductors. . . . . -- - ·:. Plans were made for a bingo party to be held next month, date., and place to be .announced. Committees are Mrs.'Sara" Moon,"Mrs. Frances Treutle, Mrs.-Helen ' Conner and Mrs. Rose Lingenfleld. _ O. j:enlcnnial turkey platter, cle.- picting-lfte-Indian Creek .viaduct, .asai ^obrjprize";to Mrs.r.Gcprgc N- Wood. -Thejnext^ meeting will ibe-held -Wednesday, February 15, with :Fue\v president in. charge. ^ WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON CLUB MEETING'MARKED BY DINNER A delightful mceling'~'oi" ~ life ·Wednesday Afternoon Sewing Club was held Wednesday-' afternoon at the home of Mrs. J.'H." Bittner in South Arch street.- Eight members were present, and after spending an enjoyable afternoon · at fancywork they were invited into the dining- room where the hostess served a de- icious 6 o'clock dinner. The prettily ippolntcd table was cetnered with onqulls. Favors were little gold and irecn baskets filled with mints. Mrs. Sittner was assisted by Miss Jane Burns. After the repast the remainder of he evening was given over to games The club presented three members Mrs. E. A. Dunn, Mrs. W. S. Kurtz and Mrs: J. B. Kerns with birthday gifts. Mrs. Harry DcBolt of Hazelwood was a guest- Mrs. G. N. Wood will entertain the club Wednesday afternoon, February -PLAY'ATLTJTnERAN- CHURCI "TrcQtop arTd Concert Singers," i the^title of the one-reel film-to be presented at 7:30. o^clbck' Friday eve_ ling'for'thc Girl Scout-Troopa-at the Sunday School room at Trinity Lutheran Church. The film obtaine'd and to be presented by the^. M. C. A., will ·'·old in the nature-field of second class work. ·· -- -"· "-' - The movie will ba supplemented by i'jjrograrivto be prcscntcd'-by Troop 2 of-Trinity Lutheran Church, which has-arranged for- the affair.- The puttie ""is" invited as "wcllr-as the scouts? -This troop arranged thic 0117 tire entertainment. B. AND P. W. MEETING ._ ..'.: , . POSTPONED TO JAN.-31 "·The regular meeting ot.'tKe-BniS^ ness and Professional Women's Clubj scchcdulcd for Tuesday nlght^Janu- iiry 24, has been postponed'to;Tues- clay night, January 31, because of conflicting date;. "-.;· , ' " : -"- r ; _'" The International relations committee will have charge. is Your Nose a Target?: * your no*e irrut?i-'l' iXclog - . -- :rn yoa latias ycur feata of twt«, ·mvll. iiu* to » cutt? Ar* your brMthioe n^vAca i orkjd up? Get a UIM or lar of Mcalhalitum toiliy. Wnte up tomorrow moraiac with a clearer ' lira! and foc!tn4 lit:* r**rierMn. Thi) ootb* in£ b*lot -- when applied in the noitril*-- vapor* In* almcvt iafttaatly. Ita actiw ootniortlnc rxpan help brvoJc up tha cbokinx mucus.. r»- lt«ve irriufa'oo ajxllooal coQ«v«tioa «od opra up stuUy broathlnc pavict*. Meotbobttura ltay« ovt »od bfinfil iootbjos comfort with *»«ry. brittOl. A»k JOQI dracc^t lot MeathoUtum lodu. la Jin or tnbn. 30r. 1, at her home in the- Arlington Apartments, South- Plttsburs; .'street '. F. W. UNIT INVITED TO VETERANS: BANQUET A well attended meeting of the .adlcs Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown Post of the ; Veterans of Foreign Wnr« was held · Wednesday night at th V. F. W. Home, South Pittsburg Street.. ,Mrs.- FJor.i .Stirpa, prcsidenl ·was in charge. Mrs. Mary Andi: gave a fine report, ot the audit. The invita tion to attend the- thirty-ninth an nivorsary. ..banquet -. ol.. Walter E 3rown:Post~to'be."hcld at ,8 .o'clocl Saturday night,.'February 4, at th Social room of 'the First Unitei JSrethren- Church." A .turkey dinner will be served and members plannin :o attend arc to make reservations on Or before January ?3 with Mrs. Mar ;arct Pickord, telephone 553.. It was reported that Mrs. Ros Cunningham is a patient at the Con ncllsville State Hospital. The meeting was followed by a do licious lunch, served by a committc of which Mrj. June Cook was chair man. Games were played and prize awarded to Mrs. Marie White, Mi Sadie Bailor, Mrs. Juno Cook an Mrs. Clara Spcrry. Mrs. Nellie Row won the special prlic. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" ONCE IN A,BLUE MOON A SO-CALLED "trump squeeze" U seen only onco in tho proverbial blue moon. It la a gorgeous play, really known clearly to only the most skilled cardsmon. It differs from most other squeezes In one respect. If the, squeezed player makes a dlacnijd from a certain suit, the declarer Is put in a position where he con establish a winner there by nifBng the suit, thus disposing of the last remaining card of it held by the defender. A A Q 10 S V K 5 4. A Q 7 5 2 4. A. 10 6 (Dealer: North. North-South vulnerable.)\ . Hero North bid 1-Dlamond, South 1-Heart, West 2-Clubs, North 2-Spades, South ^-Hearts and · North 6-Hearts, which East doubled. Among fine players, such ' a double o f ' a alam bid, since so many points arc already at stake, usually calls for some lead other than the natural one, Ita purpose being to help beat the contract rather than Increase the value ol tricks taken. West, however, made bis natural load of the club K. In tho South a very na player, Charles Lochrldge, winner of many national titles, decided that East probably had the spades covered, so decided to try to build a delayed squeeze. Ho let West win tho Oral club, then took the second with nil A, ruffed a club with the heart K, then ran his hearts, watching discards carefully. As ho played the heart 9 for the eighth trick, he also held the heart 6, three diamonds and his spade, the dummy three spades and three diamonds, ona of the latter being thrown on th» trick. East now had to ehoosa. between lib thrco spades and three diamonds. If he throw one of the' diamonds,. South's 8 would bo the final trick. If ho tossed a spade, a'taad to'the A and-a ruff would aat up the Q. East picked the diamond. A diamond lead, prepared to finesse, brought the K and A, then the spado A, the diamond Q,-a spado ruff onrj tho diamond 8 completed the contract Tomorrow's Problem * 3 2 ' V Q 8 6 .4. Q 10 7 5 1 8 4 3 ' . V* A K J 9 8 7 4 r » T » *° K 4 ·'. A J 6 * K Q J 1 0 T « 5 2 (Dealer: East East-West vulnerable.) After East bids 1-Spadc on this deal, what Is South's best plan for bidding his hand? OSMIUM 19)9. b7 Kill Fcthnti SjodJeit*. he. Overholt Employes Will Be Feted With Spaghetti Supper The Overholt Employes Social Club will sponsor a spaghetti supper from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock Tuesday night, January 31, at Eagles Hall, South Arch street. Those attending may be served any time during the hour named. The entertainment committee-has planned special entertainment which will feature Overholt employes as guest stars of. the evening. Cards will be indulged in from 8:45 to 10 o'clock and beautiful prizes will be given to the winners. The program will follow. Music will be furnished by a popular Connellsville orchestra for those whr care to dance. The door committee has made its usual selection of an attractive prize. Mitchell Forensic Head. Dr. Claude Mitchell, supcrvisin rincipal of West Newton schools, ha wen selected for his third year a Vcstmoreland county director of th 'ennsylvanla Forensic Musi League. MRS. A. IV. YO17XG HOSTESS TO SILVER THIMBLE CLUB Mrs. A. W. Young entertained th Silver Thimble Club Wednesday af tcrnoon at her home in Race strcc The delightfull meeting was attcndc by eleven members and one gues Mrs. O. C. Harmon. Two guessing games, for whic prizes were awarded to Mrs. W. L. Lewis and Mrs. Willlarn F. Brooks, and Chinese checkers were the diversions. The hostess served a delicious lunch. Mrs. H. W. McRobbic will entertain the club at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, February 2, at her home In East Falrylew avertue.. EMMA B." GOOXVYEAll TENT :TO MEKT FRIDAY NIGHT Emma B. Goodyear Tent No. 40 of th; Daughters of Union Veterans will meet at 7:30 o'clock Friday night at Elks Hall. The names of Mrs, Minerva Johnston, Council 2, and Mrs. Sarah Douglass, Council No. 3, were unintentionally omitted from the list of officers. All officers who have not as yet been installed arc asked to be present at the meeting Friday. SIRS. FRED CROFP HOSTESS TO FORT-NITE BRIDGE CLUB Two'tables were arranged for contract bridge at a meeting ot the Fort- Nite Bridge Club at which Mrs. Fred Cropp was hostess Wednesday night at her home In Chestnut street High prize was awarded to Miss Alice Cropp and draw to Mrs. David Wcrlhelmer. A delicious lunch supplemented the r.'ames, guests being seated at a preltlly appointed table. Ml.s Alice Cropp will entertain the club Wednesday evening, February 1, at her home In Chestnut street. Ever Faithful Class. : ··"· The Ever Faithful Class of the First Evangelical Church at ;.South Connellsville will meet Friday eve'-; ning at the-home-of Mr.-and-Mrs. Harold-Wills, Hyndman street. -The timejsi7:30. .;'· - -;·:. :.- :;;·--" ":" Licensed (o Marry. Marriage licenses were · issued at Uniontown' to Joseph L. McGinnis and Lorctta F. Hoover, Richard B. Cole and Evelyn M. Reich, all of Connellsville; Ralph A. Hltenpur of ConneUsville and Goldle L. Leonard of South Connellsville,-;and James Hillen and Hugy Mac Keffer- of Smock, ·"."." ..Exclusive'G-E feature means ::'".- '.' Mbre£C6ld with Less torrent ·Mora .: YerirsTbf Service o Quieter Operation CO.ViVELL'SVILLIi 107 So. Plttsburc Si I'honc-1242. UNIONTOWN '· No. Gallalin Avc. Phone 45. I-AST PRESIDENTS' CLUB ^VILL MEET FRIDAY NIGHT Mrs. J. R. Laughlln will cntcr- aln the Past Presidents' Club of the American Legion Auxiliary Friday light at her home In East Crawford avenue. · Assists With Mrs. Carrie Errctt Lunch. assisted Mrs. 3esse Conner in serving lunch at the regular meeting ol the Past Chiefs Association of Friendship 'Temple Pythian Sisters, held Tuesday night at the Conner homo in South Cottage avenue, instead -of Mrs" Ida Armstrong. ·· . · ; Snrnhlnc Class to Mcel. The Sunshine Class'of.'the Firs Methodist Episcopal Church wll meet at :30 o'clock tonight. at th home of Miss Virginia Sharrelt, 127 East Fairvicw avenue. . - Come to FOX'S when you need: Wall Papers Faints Enamels Varnishes Brushes Window Glass Plate Glass Picture Frames Display Cards Sign Painter Brushes Gold Leaf · '·' -- Silver Leaf. '· . . : . · Parchment Butter- Paper - · Drop C l o t h s . . · · · -.; Ladders - ;_ - ·· : : ~ Paper Hanger -Tools Cellophane in-rolls ··'· Vitrophanc in rolls.- Wall Paper Cleaners · Paint Cleaners Wall Paper Removers Electric Floor Sanders Electric Floor Waxers ... anil dozens of other Hems tlmt you need ivJien you - p a p e r , finlnt. and renovnte. - - Wall 1'aper -- Glass -Lucas Phone 3H, \-i-i South Wt'tslMirgr Street arent-Teacher Meeting Tonight At Monarch Cenie A meeting of the Monarch Parent cacher Association will be held :30 o'clock tonight at the Monarch ommunity Center, William E, Tictbohl, superintend nt ot tho Dunbar township schools rill be the principal speaker. Mis ouisc Goldsmith will be vocalist. A prize program has been ar angcd. Special Chorus Number Tonight. Rev. William Ritchey will preac i "Greater Love," tonight at th East End United Brethren evangel stic meeting. The chorus will sin special number. Everyone Is .we! come to attend. Forensic Leader. W. G. Burkett, assistant suporin cndent of ..Washington county choola, has been named Washingto ounty chairman of the Pcnnsylvnnl "orenslc Music League. Mrs. Isabel'Marshall DIej. Mrs. Isabel Marshall, 71, die. N.'on'day at her home in Cook town ship, Westmoreland county. Sh eaves three daughters, a sister an live grandchildren; . - Friendship -Club Tonltht. The Friendship Club will meet th evening at the home of Mrs. W. D Long of South Fltuburg street. Licensed to Wed. Leroy Reynolds of Yukon an Agnes Romesburg of Scottdale we icensed to marry at Greensburg. atally Stricken In Cab of Truck UNIONTOWN, Jan. 19.-- James lair, 57, of Sunshine, was fatally ricken in the cab ot a WPA truck .ondny and died almost instant- f near Masontown; · Hospital Patients. Mrs. Henrietta Papke of. 1410 West rawlortl avenue, Russell Payne of tar Route, John W. Keefcr of R. D. , Margaret Yourich of Dunbar, R. D. I, and itobert and Ronald Tannehill of South Connellsville have bcen-ad- mltlcd lo Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. ACjiD INDIGESTION? rimbumh, P*- -- M 1 *Con Hickey, 6 Private Way, says : "My »tora- acb became upset euUr due to cxceat iciditT and whit little 1 ate cauied me to belch RU* I felt ju»t about 'all ».' I used Dr. Pierce'* Golden Mellcil ery and my appetite in* d, I sained strength tnd did not t*ve nearly so much trouble with my ttonuch. Atk your drug gist tcxUy for Golden ilcdi- cal Discovery in liquid or U-bleta. LEON'S 206 No. Plttsburgr Street. Phone S73. You Can Buy a Deep Blnck Priced; From. . Mini: Conls .,- (,'iiricul Coats. Kldskin Coats Persian Coats Silver Jfuskrat Coats arondozn Beaver Coats Priced to $99.50 Tay 10% DOAVII and 12 Sleuths to · Pay the Balance. USE OUR BUDGET 'FLAX See Our Credit Manager. V SKATES IN T^£ CM*, f 'r WANT To MISS A ' OF COOMH A ^CHOOfc. / Smart girl! She knows there'll · ... . be loads of fascinating ideas and unusual recipes " : ' . ' . . - at the CONNELLSVILLE COURIER COOKJNG 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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