The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1930 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 1, 1930
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$? *} f", f F ^ ' V If - .',: » ' PAGE TWO. THE DAILY OOtUBIBOl, .OONNB1 , PA. SATURDAY, FBBRtTABY 1, 1930, Smart Resort Wear U. b. Imcfeavorers Celebrate 1 NationalWeek With In Charge on Sunday Night I- L _ _ - , j , r . ' .,,. 1 n -.i.,, -n, Twenty-Gandidates Will Be "Initiated At CD A. Meeting _ r ,-_ CT .tts, ono of tho, f-eatures of the,absorvjujce of,National Christian f^deayor Week was the,. tymu^ banquet of thm- Christian Ehdeavorers of the First,tlnfted" Brethren "Church last evening ut the church/ The speaker of tbo occasion wae , Rev, Warren H, Huyg, pastor pi the First United Brethren Ohtorth at Braddoek, and directoc ot Chrletta.uJd.ucatiaji }n .the Allegheny .Conference. "Sharing" j ;was his theme. ' Ninety persons' were "ga^h'efed about the tables. Tho affair was opened "with the singing of doxology and tho tuvo-, A class of 20 i atidldates will' bo Initiated tomorro^ 'afternoon at 2 o'clock ( in the ^mniajiujate'Conception School audltorhim '' at B. _ meeting, ° £ Court,Annuaciatej Catfio^Ic DdujfjUerH of, America.' Delegates, nxim'Bering ap- 250, ft e expected l'i I nor there'wa* grouj singing, led by Graydon Wiiljikoy and' Harold.;'Hoover. The (finuoi over, Alva .Kern, president of th£ Young People's Society, introduced" R»v. Schul^z 'as toast- iu addition to tiie address'ty Rev. t ,Haysi th° jprotfrap'embraced: Teuor solo, Lerpy fioovar, with his Jitatej., Jean, «H accpmpaiiist; reading, Lillian Pstemjae: whistllug t Veata Connor; group of solos, Mitu Charles B. Thomas; singing. Tho benediction was pronounced by Rev. Hays. During hie address Rev, Hays en- tordained the Junior Bndeavorers[, who ,wore in charge of Mrs, J. R. Dunston, with eloriee of Japan an4 Japanese songs, gleaned from hi^ eight years ot itorvico as !t missionary in. the Jand, ot the .Mikado., Among guests at the 'dinner wefe William Harris! ot Bvaddock and Mlsa The dining room was decorated with the colon, of the Senior ·Endeav- orers, red and white. A large emblem mode up of thtj letters C, B. was die. played on ono side .of the room, whjiie from a backgiound of lattice .work there -stood forth a likenese of Dr. Prancte E. Ch rk, founder of Christian Endeavor. The ladies' Aid Booie^y served the meul. , ,,, , t ChrisUan»£nde,ivor week at.ithe U.' B. Church wan opened Monday with u conference of Sunday school workers. Tuesday night there was a cabi- not meeting at the home of Mr. and · Mrs. S, K. Hucy at which plans were . made for tho year. On Wednesday thoro was a fellowship dinner at the church, attended by Tti persons, ReV. Schultz had- charge of-the devotions and Mrs. Huey of tho atewardship.'pro- gram. Talks were given by Kathleen Hoover, Lillian Oeterwise;,*Alva Kern and' Grace . younldn. , "Sharing . Our Privileges" wai tha.theme of a talk by Mte« Ella lleffley, Tenth Legion superintendent of tho Fayetto County Christian Endeavor Union. * :Ob3OTvanco of the weete«- "will be closei Sunday night when the En- deavorors .will ,ako full-charge of the .church service, /Alva,Kern, president of the Senior society, will preside-. H« will give a .history, of .the loctil organizations. Roge? Huey will read the" Scripture lesson. '*Prayeu«-will be- offered by Endoavorore. Howard Whlj- "key Will havo charge of and announce the offering. Special music will .be, provided'by-thy Junlo'r Endeavorere, 'A feature will bo the reception of memoers in charge of Pi'esidorit'Kern. The address of the" evening; will be delivered by Benjamin S. Davlee, secretary "o£ the Diekarson Ruii Y;'M. C. A. Mr. Davles was 'formerly^ ,'Jrfeair dent of the Fayetto Cothity "Christian Endeavor Union and w«« at one-time tin official of tlie- Pennsylvania State Christian Endeavor Union. * , B. I. CI.UBK.KBTS. ' WITH MBS. RALPH DAVIDSON Mrs. Ralph Davidson entertained the ·J. B. I. Club last night M,heivh,dme ut South Conne'lsvilJe. Eleven mem- ·bens and throe- quests, Mrs. ( Carl H. Budd, Miss Gertrude Sproat and Miss Mary Sproat, a'l at Dawsoa, 'were yrefceiit. The evening was levoted to fancywork, music ahd cartls, ' Mrs. Gordon Baird received the attendance prize, which; wu*. donated by the hoet- MB. At a lale liottr '^a delicious t lunch was served by Mrs. Davidson. Ap~ polntmtnts were'suggestive-of Valentino Bay. The utixt meettng. will be hold iu the hojrae, of ..Mrs. ',, Stuart. KoHstennach'ef," 503 "DaVi(l«oti''avofiue", Kensington and other comtnmUties.. The- dqgree worU will ba conducted by Mrs, M. B.'Pryc'*, grand regont/aiul hp" staff. ' Tho d'i trict ideputy, Misu Margaret MoHugh of Untonttawn, will assist -them. ·Among the gue its will 'be Mlaa Helqu Heiwholts-ey of I'lttaburg, phalrman of, the icnie flndtng com-, mlttee. ^ r ^ Al^r ,tho ineotiiigf therQ wil} ,be a luncheon iu the social hall ot tho church. "Seven tables of 'lv« ,hundred wera ·callpd inW play i iat evening at tho card patiy of Uife Joutli ConiooUsvino Volunteer 'Fire Department;, wihich was held In Snydi r's storeroom ", at South CorineUsvlUo.' Mrs. WilUam GrierV-os was tho \ oman'a head prize winner while "Mrs David Cook 'took second honors. I, Rhyddorch was first among the m"i contestants while Warren Clawson took second prize. Mr. Rhyddoreb al i o won the door award/ Mrs. S. I .unrworth receivod low prlsset Luncheon was served. The party was the s-eci ad of th« scries of four sponsored by the-flrfl«men. The nojtfc will be held on Friday n|ght F«b- uary'14. , , Pronu'*- ^ - ,A Bot-tol event of Interest was held last night in tho Uulontown Country, Club whon tho JElnginpors-Ctub of ^the Unipntowu Center of the University- of Pittsburg save a "Consolation Prom," celebrating the- cud- of 'their-nridAsom- ester examinations. Two hundred-fifty guests were preient. The committee · consisted o£.-WlHiam D. Ghristi Jr., Sftrij Oottcsman, Robert Kulp, Jospb Akeroyd,- Louis IiaClair, Robert-Fike-,Will* c " "tr, Bernard Grossmati, Alex i ' Dwight Bisol. jSajitlst Aid Society. The Ladies' Aifi Society of the Uaptist Church 'will meet in tho church parlorH Friday night, February 7, at 7:30 o'clock. IlHdit Baker Hostess. Mtarf Hilda Biker will entertalit .he Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday Afternoon . Club of ,Vaulerl)llt Tues- Jay .uigliL.ut hor VaiKlerblU, Cluli WOHHII. Will JUet-t. Tho Woman's Culture Clvtl* .wll\ Hold its H'euil-moathly meeting- Maii- VJ'ay aft( v ru.K)i! i i i . i h e flub rooms at tho Free L-.brary. anis. w. B. lone OH BIBTUOJY AIHttYEBSABY Members ,and friands of the bow Club assemble I last night at the homo of Mr.s, W. D Long In the Wesley Apartments ard tendered her a pleasant surprise ii observance rff the anniversary of her birth. The evening was spent at Jjridg'*, for which prizes were wou by Mrs. H. A. Largeut, Miss Dora Cooley and Mrs. W. D. Long. A delicious lunch, prepared atid brought by the guests, was served. Mrs. W. H. PearSon of SmlthnVlcl was an out-of- town guest. ' REPUBLICAN WO.'tEjV MEET C1IAJIIMA3N 31 rtS. W. K. AI/LEN - A meeting of tho VmiH'llirville Coun *cll of R-epicbliftsn SVom-^n was hold i last uight at tho Isom-o of th^ chairman, Mrs, W. K, AHen, in Viiie street. Mrs, Edith Kerr Thompson was elected treasurer to succeed Mrs. Max Hackoffr who resigned. Tho meeting was well attended. Three new member i were received. Activities to be ta-kon up by the council wwe-dte'cussed. Wili Entenain Club. , Miss NeJle Colboi-n vrill ontertain the A.' K. W. dub Tuesday nlg-ht at her home iu Penn street Scottdule Tfoiuun Jttostess,' M^rs. Max Koch' t attained tie H, O. L. Card Club of Connellsville last night at hor homo in Loucks avonue, Scottdale,» ( Threo lables were called into play for the games. Prizes were awarded to Mrs, Paul Herman, Mrs. Theodore/ Collins and ,Mrs. ' ; Earl Weaver, Lunch supplemented the games, (Juests of tae club were Small of Si ottdole ,and Miss JSlvera Weaver of this city. The noit meeting will be he Id Friday '' night, February 14, iu tho f home o'f. Miss Anna Fette, Snyder street. , ' Kiier-1 ose. Miss Arline Edna Baer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Baar of Greenville township,'Somerset county, and William Kaymond jlose of Ursina, were, married January 27 In Cumber"land. Tho bride hta been employed at Moyersdale. Mr. Rose is a 11^0- man for the Bell- Te iophone Company with headquarters in Greensburg. ' "Licensed at Cumberland. 1 , John Barnardo and Helen. Lecon- ch'lck, both of Sagamore, Harry Ed- "waird Miller and" Margaret Isabelle Hoffman, both of Meyeradale, were licensed,to 'iv«a,'at Cumberland. Hampton-' r Nathaniel Talley i\ Greensburg an,d Edith Hampton of Mount Braddock were licensed to wed at G-reensburg. I SHOW DATES. Annual Event Will Open Jn Uniontown on Becitmbcr 80. T UNIONTOWN, Fob 1.-- The annual poultry show will be held on Eitacora- bor 30 and 31 and January i, ,'J and 3, 1.931, it was decided at the mot- lUK of' the Uhkratown Poultry ' Farm Products Association yesterday, til. B, Provina was elected president; 'Wai- UT Brown and Wilburt Cook, "vice prelil(lMits', John F. Hogsett, Secrcs- ', tafy, atid Jasper Cope, treasurer. I Tho directors are Le! Hughes, "Jamoa Wilson, Mrs. Reuben Martin, Wllburt Cook, C. D; yib'61. Kersey Deal" and Paul Swartz. Ads, JE 1 the nnmbsr ot prftUr worn »t tlw J*', {tnart southern remetu prppheay truly, next aprlne and irummer will 'a-o roorc printed fabric* than evor ' before. Fbr wto^. lB"Hot»« »; t 1lica^ SRnje resorts ,d«rinjr ^»?| wtotei t mortths, is ettf ytire to »» vory n 'much-In evidence in tlio ntthiimcr at thi nortliBrti AeatJB wjwrtt' and tot novel v lrtlrt *»S chosen by Mtsii Marion ·Qer'vl!), Bocioty girl of Nev lork Ctty, itor her promenade , at TaJna aeaoh. Iftoe frock 1« beltftd at (i nonnaJ waiiilllixa aod Jam tlio new cap oloavea. NAMED CHAIRMAN CqUNTYRED CROSS , Feb. 1.-- Officers for the eisuins year for tb- Fayfltto ·Count/ Chapter, Amorfeon Ilod Cross were uhos«u yesterday at tho annual election held at Chapter Headj'uarter, FayeWo Title Trust BaUding. Bart S. Aroford was re-elected chapter chairman and K, M, Fj-y and H. A. Cotton as first and second vtee-ohair- men, J«spect1v-oly. Othor ofllcore eletjt- ed were: Secretary, Br Btirr R. Mc- Knlght; tr«asu.rer, L, II. Humbert; directors -- Uo-mo Ser-i-lc^, W, Ru»soll Carr; Development, ii«v, B. A. HocliU Arcouats, J^. J. Aiwtt,; Publicity, W, P, Soienck; Production, Mrs. J. C. Work; Ftr«t Aid, »r. H, A. Heiae; j-unior Re I Croas, Helen N. Oarroll; Snlpplles, John Davib! Dirocl.ors p.t Large, D, K. Orr, Q. S, Har/'h,' 'jT, Fred Kurtz, S. IS. Taylor, J. W. Dawson, EJ. It. Owen, JohU B, Moore find Charles W. Ba-ir. J. F. OKEY BIES IN CALIFORNIA Word 'has boon received here of the death Thursday night at ll:ao o'clock of J. J'. Qkey, 66 years old, ot Sacramento, Cal. Mr. Okey was the husband of Miaa Vivian Chalfant, former- resl- d^p,t of, Pennsville, ^vtho for several years waa a taacher in the schools at Seotfcdulo and In Bullekin township. M'rs«.0key is a sister of tho tote Mrs, E. L. JPoyd and a, cousin of Mrs.' W. W. Kern of ConnollaviU-e. Mrs. Okoy wept to California about 12 years ago, to' llv^ with hor sister and she taught there before tvhe was united in marrisigo. The funeral will be held Monday at Sacramento. ' · Seaton,Child's Funeral The body of'Ray Seaton, little son of C. H. and Maude McGe Seatoni Who! died' at the family home at Springdale, will be brought to Duttbar Sunday morning and will bo removed to the home of the deceased's grandmother Mrs. D. A. Ramage, where tuneful service will be -held -Monday afternaotu i Rev, - Harry R. HumboTt, pastor of the Methodist Bpisoopal Ctturch oif Dunbar, will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Auburn Cemetery. Funeral Director* J, T. Burhaus will have chaxge. Looking for JtoJrgains 1 If, so, read -tb§ ad^;rSJsii | nig of Th« Dally fl CobrIor, Opening So DEI! White/, Se^vingf Machine Co." J*. fl . , * « , - , , , ^ *. , , v . t A t ^ ( ' Df '1JiltVV^JFfM.^k, OJL'UJiJC* ill avEsi;, GJJAWFQBP, V;; Whiter school, - xf wsp|jes "of ' $., chaser, ot 'a ' Machine is enOtleastp"ttl s fg. course without charge. Th® White Sev/irsg Machine Qo. the Management DAWSON DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL BI RALLY 4. rally of tha organiz K) " fiible claesQB of Dawwon District' -Vo. 15 of the Fayotte Cijuuty,, Sunday £ ahobl Association was held laat nigbt at Bryan Methodist -Dptecopaf -, Ohur h r .' v The church wan filled, to oapacl y, Many per Rons remained Utanding curing {he exorcises. MJw ^usjiie 'attarson, superintendent of elnaB,, OKI animation of tha district, wp# cljairma) . The Bryan Sund led by Ree» B, furntehed, music. of VundeTbUtti - jbrbiU ' .tn* 'I ,y ficliool i irchastra, Davis of ioottdalo, B.iD, Shallenborger 1 has con luct«ii ,in Mnmunfty, including aJttderbilt Chrtetlan ChUrcHj I c'ond weMd ' th 1 ^ ' (SOn'j ' pirvice, One hundred apd eighton' -Jelegatea wore present tlwu the'"viiriot B,clae«es in th'a district,' ; ; Tlie entire ; w'fts given by the' Bryan Suivday School, ? « participating. t ' ' Rov. B. H. .IJteven-i^ pa^tc r o£ ;ttve, First Bpttet Churoh. of Qon v^UavlUe, watt the princljiAl «pcakfr of the, evening. His aubjwst waii' J ''Sund ,y Scnool the Be»t Place for "Young Fo ls»." t ^ Rev. Stevens declared t^aj a, "Sunday School is a real 'aidi?^tk ual teal- i ur« in life today lor all aigeti f people ] and particularly those who or «k to go to fichool. The Sunday aoho r Ja 'a, · reoruiting' atati«ui for bil tsor fftroncou, for tn l«adera got tlnrtr atari throHgh i the Snuday aohools. 'Tito ft ««t men and woioon who 5mve stMtai; ed great work In the chctioh % IB tb, mission fl«*ld got their start to tho Sunday schooL" ' ' *· Rev. Stevenu exp««»ftcl «? e*t sur- prtoo that such a large gatl orlag of, men and women was pomrfb a in the] so-called country cooirauult \ "Tha j people ot this vicinity shot Id tftk-a prldo in tho foot thai each · s. largo gafhering is In attendance for thls Sunday school rally. It te ud«efl a great aurprlne to mo that it It possible; to get at least 350 pojIe to turn o«t for each worth -whik oooaaijna," be «ad. C. Startr ot tl»e TOi a'» Pro- Claeip ot the Bryan Sunday School, aleo spoh*. Rev- Crawfonl Coult^n pt star at the Presbyterian Church at I wson, la the diatrict pr«ridont. The dommitleu in ohirgeo! iie rally constated of W. D, IUxon, A. N. Stricklor and Thoma* C- Sta: k. Dei- mor S. Oottom JB superintende it of the Bryan School. ' are lilfc r,tars; you will not-succeed in touching them with your hands, the .-sear-faring man on the desert o£.. waters, you choose, f hem as your guides, and I'ol lowing them you reach your destiny. , ' CHAS CMITCHEUU ll:A - 119 SPittslburgSfc *The Funer«sl Director, Whc|i . PA ,"*. Kiss Morton Mo sue r of Duwso t State Hoard Twt. Mtee l»fartha Mower of Df gradnato of Uie West Ponn Training Sohfiol, HtUrbur j, passtid th« State board oxa: and is now a rairlstercil uuree She Is at the YoungBtoW|B Hoirpitkl. Mie« Mosser iva daugbtec of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Masse? -of Dawt in, , .': ha» Exhibits of \ Munspn-Geni-yi^pr Wanh Air Furnace? MAPIN PONNISLLSVILLE Munson-Me Cairns Beater Foundry Co. ! * f 10 Sizes --- Meeting livery Demand Priced From $100 to $322 ' First Showi*ifr v df the "VIGOR" Our New Product. Complete Line Will Bo On Displaj? at 116 N. Pittsburg Street., Connellsvffle, Pa. February 1st to 8th 1 Mm. Henahisr** T3je funeral ?t $rs", Fr«,noe-, March Heunlisg, ^^Jio (ii^d T^ednej toyj at Pijrryopollfi, wili bi,,held iundjiy. TJiere wi\l be a short sorrict a^. ^he home at 1 % ;39 o'clock and the ti 1J service at the SSetbodiBt Episcopal Ch\wch at Petryoj^oliB at "2 o'cloc . r James A, ^"orgie w)^ ofariaio. srill be at Plat-woods. ^ W MRS. W. J. LYNCH DIES NEAR PERRYOPOLIS Mre, Mia Mae Lynch, wife of William J, Rynch, died 1 at her home near PerryopoiiB, In ,t«tt6rson township, this morning at 5:30 o'clock at the ago of 68 years. She had bean, ailing for somo tinve. Mrs. Lynch is survived by her band, one son, Thomaa Wood Lynch, andfalx dfl-ughters: -Mrs. Mary Alison, Upper Middle town; Mre. Eva, li. Wolfe, Porryopolis', Mr» Lela Ha-wk- er, Grlndetonft; Mrs. Jasie Sutherland, Fayette Cfty; Mrs, Hazel Cross, Perryopolia, and Mrs, F -eda s Morphy, Qrlndstonei. The s following brotiherrs and aistera also survive: Alexander Klnneor, William Kiimiear, PtoUip Kinnear, CJharles Klnnear, .PerryopoHe; James Klnaear, Webster; Frank Kin- near, Mead ville, and Oliver Kinnear, McClellandtown; Mre. Hannah Burton, Coal Center; Ida Kinncat, Perry- opoHa. · s Tho funeral service will bo held. Monduy afternoon at 2 o'clock at the lai* home, with R«v. E. J. KnepsMeid of the Little Bedstone Presbyterian Church officiating. Intorniont wid be made in I'rovidnce Gomefcery, :aoar P«rryopoHs. ' THE GROUND HOG '*! i,\,, .11 , is good grounds for staying out! " . · · ' [ ' . . · · - ' . .·/··^·"""T-"'. ;. . ·.! -, ., -:·."' ·!·:'·. .J - . . . . '- · i .. ·. . · . ,. . ' ·. I Ib tfee prophetic :woo4chuck would look at The Daily Courier's " . . · ' , \ . ' Cl issified Section insteadi of concentrating on the discouraging "· " · ·' ' : ' ,· · darkness of his own shadow as an indication of future prospects-' ^ 11 ' r he would never go back for more sleep! The .Classified Section is i * so fulf of opportunities right now that one look at it is enough to fill anyone with ambition. Don p t fail to read this encouraging and profitable news every day!

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