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January 8, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAC- TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELL-SVILLiE. PA SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1938. KINCELL Health Program Is Planned for Meeting Of B. and P. W. Club Miss Edna M. Kurtz ' 'Weds Richard Keslar Miss Edna M. Kurtz nnd Richard S. Kcslar r 'both of Scottdale, were WYL1E OVERLY TALKS ON LIFE WITH CIRCUS Bank Cashier Will Perform as Clown During Vacation. The Business and Professional Women's Club will hold its first" meeting of the new year -Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the West Pcnn Model Home. Mrs. Frances Soisson Buck, president, will preside over the business session which will be followed by n program in charge of the health committee. ·_. Miss Violet Hussey, public school nurse, and Miss Margaret Erb, dental hygienist, will tell of their work. .Musical numbers have been arranged. "Mystery pals" will be revealed and new names drawn lor the .coming year.. ALTAK SOCIETY GIVES COVERED-DISH .SUPPER .... -j nc annua i covered-dish supper of the Altar Society of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Dawson was " " served Wednesday night at 7 o'clock 'At Sacred Heart Hall with many members in attendance. -" After the delicious repast the regular business meeting at the society -was held and officers for the ensuing - - -year were elected. They are: ' Presi,- "dent. Miss Mary Brindlingcr; vice- president. Mrs. John Guldenshuh; .secretary, treasurer, Mrs. John Ward. On Christmas, the society presented the church the altars. bingo party to be held jn the near with lovely linens for Plans were made for a future. After the business session bingo was enjoyed, prizes being won as follows: High, Mrs. John May; second, Mrs. Rose Obwciser; low, Miss Mary Brindlingor; door, Mrs. Ob- ,wciscr. Altar society changed gifts. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John Ward. U. B. MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS AT FLESHER HOME Mrs. Ira Flesher was hostess at the the parsonage of the Episcopal .Church of Rev. J. E. Lutz, pastor, I o'clock at Methodist Scottdalc. officiated. Immediately after the Mr. and.Mrs. Keslar loll for a wedding trip. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST DAWSON WOMAN ENTERTAINS - FRIDAY NIGHT Q CLUB The Friday Night Q Club of Liberty met Friday night at the home Special to Tho Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 8.--G. -.m-nm^r,,, ' Wylic Overly, cashier of Mount ceremony, plcasant State Bank _ Fridny morn . ing addressed the assembly of the Ramsay High School on "Circus Life." Mr. Overly spent the doy with the Tom Mix Circus while it was playing in Canton, Ohio, last fall, making arrangements with Mr. Mix to spend of Mrs. Earl Sherbondy of Dawson. h!s two . WC ck vacation next summer There was a good attendance of members. The business session was conducted by the president,- Mrs. Frank Husband. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Harry Shallcnberger; vice-president, Mrs. Paul Collins; secretary, Mrs. G. E. Milter; troas- with the circus as a clown. The show is motorized, using trucks and trailers. Mr. Overly has his own trailer. During the winter months he is working out six or eight stunk to be- used at each performance. Mr.'Overly has been placed on the urer, Mrs. C. S. Harper. Bingo was mailin g Ust ot the show, along with then enjoyed, with J. C. Jacobs, Mrb. the Tegular performers. Paul Collins and Mrs. Lyda Lint receiving prizes. Mrs. Lint also won the club prize. Tho hostess served a delicious lunch. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, January 21, at the home of Mrs. Lyda Lint. MRS. HOMER KEARNS IS HOSTESS TO EMANON CLUB Two tables of bridge were called into play at an enjoyable meeting of the Emanoti Club at which Mrs. Homer Kcarns was hostess Thursday night at her home hi East Fairview avenue. High prize was won by Mrs. John Collins and draw, by Mrs. Charles Chamberlain. In honor of her birthday, Mrs. C. H. Wcis- gerbcr was feted with a towel shower. The hostess served a dainty lunch. The next meeting will be held BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRA!. PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorise*" CROWDING YOTJR SIDE HIGH ORIGINAL bid* arc for just one purpose--to keep strong opponents from getting together in their beat contract. They seldom pay except on hands that ar» extremely weak In defensive strength but possess such great suit length that the sacrifice of points la leas than the opponents probably could mako in their own best dcclara* jtlon. A prc-cmptivo bid with « strong hand seldom pays. Its principal effect is to prevent tho exchange of Information between yourself and partner. *8 » A 6 4 + A K Q J D 6 3 *J5 46432 · 10 8 7 2 *8$43 * A K Q J75 »J832 While visiting with Mr. Mix, Mr. Overly dined with the circus folk, and was lihown the intricate workings of a circus and Its life. Flan Farmers' Institute. Farmers in this community are planning a meeting to make .arrangements, in conjunction with Kiwanis and Itotary clubs, for the nnnual termers' institute held in February each year. V. F. W. Auxiliary Mecls. The Ladies' Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, held its regular meeting Wednesday evening in the home m East Main street. After the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed. Bank Election Tuesday. The annual meeting of stockholders of the Mount Pleasant State Bank for the election of directors will be held Tuesday between 2 and 3 o'clock Thursday night, January 20, nt the 1 at the bank. The bank finished 1937 home of Mrs. Hugh Stillwagon North Sixth street, West Side. in January meeting of the Missionary Society of Women's the First United Brethren Church Friday night at her home in South Fourth street, West Side. Mrs. E. A. Schultz, HOME ECONOMICS WORKER MJJETS WITH CLUB WOMEN Miss Mary Anderson, home economics representative, g a v e a session and Mrs. S. L. Fletcher conducted the program, her theme being "Rural America." Talks, "The Change in Our Own Rural Community," bj Mrs. J. E. Echard, and "Miss Up-to-Date," by Miss Catherine Bungard, were given. Mrs. Fletcher concluded the program with with total assets of $1,489,«0.39. The earning)! for the year were satisfnc- tory. Taxes were a heavy drain, 510,500 having been paid. Of this amount over $0,000 was paid on income tax for 193G. Having charged of! or charged + A Q I O (Dealer: East. Neither side vul- pcrablc.) After n pass by East, South 'made on opening bid of 4-Spadca. 'When West passed North was a little hesitant about taking any action over a pre-cmptlvo bid, but having a solid diamond suit, ventured a bid of flvo In that suit. Wtei Soutli rcbld Spades at the jfivo level. North went to six. I Tho heart 10 was West's opening lead, which was won In tho dummy with tho A. Having no entry to dummy, declarer decided to try to get rid of his losing hearts on the diamonds, but Bast ruffed tho third round, so that South was left with one loser In that suit and later lost a club. If the bidding had proceeded differently North and South could liavo reached a far better contract. It so happens that North con make 7-Dlamonds or 7-No Trumps, but tho opening bid of 4-Spades by South so crowded tho bidding that it was impossible for North to read anything about his partner's hand except the fact that he held a number of spades. » · · MONDAY'S PROBLEM 4 7 6 3 * Q O 5 » K S 5 2 · K J 8 5 + K J 9 7 5 4 (Dealer: West. Both sides vulnerable.) What Is the correct defense against South's 3-Club contract, West having tlU 1-No Trump, North 2-Hearta, East 2-No Trump* and South 3-Clubs? News of Tri-Town Community demonstration of a one-dish vcge- dow " to market value securities held ., ...... ta bl 0 dinner at a meeting of the!^ th ? l » nk in accordance with the president, presided over the business Women's Home Makers Club of! d r o p m the m:ir ket, the income tax " "" - - " - Tyronc township Thursday !or 19S7 wi]1 bc considerably less. Special lo Tho Courier. DAWSON, Jan. 8.--The Epworth L«ngue of the Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church visited the Christian Endeavor Society of the East Liberty Presbyterian Church of Vancierbilt and took) charge of the service. The topic was , "When There's Danger Ahead." The | leader was Ben Hubband. Talks were given by Miss Edna Ruth Keller, Miss Betty Bauer and Miss Vivan Yvonne Collins. Misses Elva Jean and Rita Mac Hoffman sang a vocal duct, "Jubilee," and Miss Sarah Husb.ind played a piano solo, "The Rosary." Mr. and Mrs. Othmar Haas were eccnt callers in Pittsburgh. Mrs. William Wilson and son, Vllliam, of Princeton, N. J., spent Scottdale Five Beaten by Jays SCOTTDALE, Jan. 8.--The Blue and White dribblers of Scottdale suffered their second defeat in Section 9 Friday night as Jeannctte earned off a 38 to 20 decision. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Unionloun Man Licensed. A marriage license was issued at Grecnsburg to Harry Carr of Uniontown and Madonna Victor of Haydentown. Brings Tense Moment; Machine Guns Mounted afternoon. The meeting was · opened by the president, Mrs. Anna Engle. Following the business session, Miss Anderson took charge. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, January 26. The subject short talk concerning the soil of will be "Parliamentary Procedure." the rural districts of the West. LODGE BALED ANNOUNCES MEETING FOR SUNDAY The regular meeting of Lodge CARD AND BINGO FARTS TO BE HELD AT DDNBAR A bridge, five hundred and bingo Personal. Mrs. Andrew Jordan, who returned early in December from New Mexico, together with her husband and daugh'.er, Mrs. Ernestine Clausner, is making preparations to go b.ick to the sculhwcst tor her health. Mr. Jordan and Mrs. Clausner will remain here. Mr. Jordan, who has been suffering from a heart condition, cannot stand the New Mexico climate. of Griscom street. Rev. Thomas A. Charlesworth, astor of Philip G. Cochran Mc- noriat Mcthodis; Episcopal Church, s holding revival services ot the Balbo D' Italia will be held Sunday party will be given Wednesday night afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Colum- at St. Aloysius Hall, Duhbar. There I bus Fraternal Hall. Routine business ' will be prizes for games and a door I wilt be taken care of, after which a · award. Card, Bingo Party. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the South i Connelkville Volunteer Fire Company will give a card and bingo party Monday night at the firemen's rooms. social session will be held. Lunch will be served by a committee of which Mrs. Rose Isola Is chairman. If It isn't doing so . well, why not trade It in on a brand new 1988 model. Our trade-in allowances are most liberal . . . our 'terms fair, and onr service Is unexcelled. 121! So. IMttsburg Street. Phone lOGi. · NAOMI MISSIONARY SOCIETY WILL MEET TUESDAY NIGHT The Naomi Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul Jackson, 1317 1-2 South Pittsburg street. Mrs. C. L. McDonald will be co-hostess. Mrs. John P. Barbor will have charge of the dc- votionals. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hosteller ot Uniontown announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Kathryn Hos, teller, to John Lilley, son of Mr. and I Mrs. William Lillcy of Revere. The wedding will be an event of the near future. Baptizing Sunday At Rocky Ml. Baptist There will be baptizing at the Rocky Mount Baptist Church Sunday at 2:30 P. M. Rev. Lambert, the pastor, will be in charge. Mrs. J. W. Shaw Under Operation. --Mrs. James W. Shaw of Baltimore, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stimmel of East Murpiiy avenue, underwent an operation at ConneUsville State Hospital this morning for removal ot tip of the spine, which was broken off by a fall last spring. Mrs. Shaw's husband will be discharged from the Hospital Sunday, following an operation for appendicitis. His wife will bo there for a week or so. M. P. and Baptist Churches Sponsor Revival Program At a meeting of the Joint evangelism committee of the Methodist Protestant and First Baptist churches Friday night, it was unanimously agreed to initiate a campaign ot evangelism under Ihc leadership ot the local committee and the Weakland evangelistic party. The meet- Ings will begin Sunday morning, January JS, at the Methodist Protestant Church and continue throughout the month. The local committee consists of A. K. Waugaman, chairman; Albert D. Fulmer, secretary, Walter Shank, S. T. Bcnford, R. M. Boyd, P. W. Dragoo and the pastors, Rev. A. R. Mansborser and Rev. J, S. Brownlee. . The Wcekland evangelistic party is compelled ot Dr. and Mrs. J. Hoy Weaklimd, Dorothy Weakland, soloist, :,nd Betty Weakland, widely known girl preacher and evangelist, of Cle\ eland, Ohio. Betty Weakland, 20 years old, has been preaching before great crowds since she was eight years old and audiences today are moved by her straightforward presentation of the gospel message. Sun Jay afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock the lcx:al committee will meet at the Methodist Protestant Church with Miss Arlenc Pierce, secretary for the Weakland party. Young people's .workers and Sunday school teachers arc asked to attend. For the pasi .several months the committee has been considering holding evangelistic meetings. AD criticized the sermon, mother thought the organist made a lot or mistakes, sister didn't like the choir's singing, but they all shut up ·when little Junior piped In. "Still," it was a pretty good show for a nickle. Speak low, 'less you herald words you Jiia v regret. IW-C3 S. PITTSBURGH ST. CONNCLLSVttAE, PA. f Off. 32-J PITTSBURGH ST. CONNSLLSVtLLE, FA p ^iResiaz-M "I Employ No Agents or Solicitors" Continued from Page One. officers. There was a distinct difference between the incidents involving tho French nnd the British. The Japa- Special to rhe Courier SCOTTDALE, Jan. 8.-- Thomas A. wellyn Post American Legion, ! icld its monthly meeting Thursday | evening in the Red Cross rooms, j One guest, Mrs. Helen Bell, formerly j of Scottdale, now of Grccnsburg, was j jrcsent. | The meeting opened with a tribute . .o the American Flag, and a brief | listory ot the flag by Mrs. P. K. | Frctts and Mbs Mary Byrne. Mrs. William Simcox, Miss Mary Byrne and Miss Dora Stciner read ( news letter items. New senior and junior members of the oi^anizations were introduced i and a welcome was given them by j the president, Mrs. James A. Con- r ay. An invitation was extended to I all members to attend the West- I moreland County Council meeting to ] be held in Traflord next Tuesday. I Entertainment consisted of games. A lunch was served. The commit-' tee in charge was Mrs. P, K. Fretts, Mrs. George Freeman, Mrs. Wilbur Baker and Mrs. Freda Ebcrhart. Prizes were won by Miss Elizabeth Newton, Mrs. Etta Kcnncll and Mrs. John Bokros. Alumni Hold Dance. The alumni of the East Huntingdon Township High School held a dance in the high school auditorium Friday evening. There was a good attendance. Union Services End. Ernest Rldenour was leader at the last of tho union church services in the Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church on Friday evening. The pastor, Rev. Norman W. Shollen- bergcr, was speaker. His theme was 'The Christian and His Daily Walk." To Give Opcnmtr Exercise. Mrs. J. W. Beadiing's class of girls of the Methodist Episcopal Church will have charge of the opening exercises of the Sunday School on Sunday morning. In Magce Hospital. Dr. Frank J. Pyle of Chestnut .street has gone to Magee Hospital in Pittsburgh for an operation. New Justice Takes Office. Don R. Kenncll has taken the ofllcc r retiring Justice of the Peace John Gordon in the Reid building. Beta Graclalcs Organize. Under the sponsorship of the Alpha Gradale Sorority a club for younger girls has been organized with 13 members and will be known as the Beta Gradale Sorority. The CARD PARTY "500" and Bingo Auspices Dunbar Jr. O. U. A. M.. JUNIOR HALL, DUNBAR, Wednesday Xi'rlit, liin. 12th DANCE TOM1GHT --to-John Kifcrle and His Orchestra LAZY HOUR RANCH No Cover. So Minimum nese have made regarded as d n bid for what is over the administered by the municipal council--an international body--under an agreement with the Chinese government. However, the French concession is French territory and the church. j Japanese have recognized its speci.il Mr. " and Mrs. Frank McGill o f , staim. North Dawson, Mrs. Ken H. Collins I Japanese embassy authorities said ind daughter, Vivian Yvonne, ot' today that they were still unable to .ughlin street were Uniontown caller. 1 . Wednesday. Mrs. Otto Haas and Mrs. Othmar rfaas of Railroad street were Con- ncllsvillc callers on Tuesday. MENALLEN STAFF INSTALLS DAWSON GRANGE OFFICERS Ceremonies marking the installation of officers of Dawson Grange with Earl Langley serving as installing officer. Thirteen of the Mcnallen oillcinls participated m the work. The officers inducted are: Master, Ellis Murtland. Overseer, George Hixon. Leclurer, Hazel McKniRht. Steward, Vincent Moon. Assistant steward, Donald McKnight. Chaplain, Mrs. Annie Engle. Treasurer, Mrs. Fannie McKnight. Secretary, Mrs. Minnie Hixon. Gatekeeper, Oliver McKnight. Cceres, Gcraldme Cunningham. Pomona, Cora, Nell Zorn. Flora, Opal KcfTcr. Lady assistant steward, Helen Zorn. Trustee, W. D. Hixon. Lunch was served at the close of the installation exercises. announce whether their censorship would be mnde an "open" one. For several days, Japanese censors have been stationed nt wireless and cable offices to say what dispatches sent by American and oilier foreign correspondents shall be transmitted. At present this censorship is a "closed" one in that correspondents are nol notified which ot their dispatches, or what portions of them, are transmitted. Also the radio oflicers arc permitted to be open only during the day time and, as censors will not talk by telephone, nil contacts with them must be made personally. Under an ' open" censorship correspondents would be advised what messages, or what partr of messages, had been censored. members Weaver, Colborn, arc Betty Gcraldinc Meredith Legion Annual Minstrel Show Tuesday and Wednesday January 11 and 12 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. Tickets 5ftc (Reserved seats lOe extra) Show Shirts at 8:15 1ST ME BO MORE WORK FOR YOU- I CAN HANDLE MAWT /OSS AT A TIME AN!? BQ EACH OWE R f G H T Baker, Betty Weaver, Irene i Waldo, Gallic Doorlcy, Esther Pritts, Betty Kelly, Martha Pimlott, Charlotte Diven, Martha Kepner, Lois Kepner and ] N'na Rider. Officers are: Primus, Nina Rider; pro-primus, Charlotte Diven; tribune, Gcraldme Weaver and quaestor, Esther Pritts. 1'halonx Induction Tuesday. 1 The United Brethren Church has) been chosen by the Phalanx Fraternity ns the place for the public induction of its new members on next 1 Tuesday evening. Personal. Harry P. Porter is a new clerk at the Cash and Carry Store. I liuard Meets Monday. School Board will meet in adjourned session Monday night to open bids for additional materials for the new High School stadium. CERTIFSCATED MINERS EXEMPT IN LATEST TESTS Miners who have filled out applications legally at plants where they have been working and paid $1 undo- provisions of the law, thereby obtaining their certificates as qualified bituminous Examining Board, it was announced today by Chairman Earl Miller of Indian Hood. There will be examinations on Monday at Melcroft and Tuesday at Indian Head. These will conclude tests for Fnyette county as the board then will go to Somerset county. Miners must present certificates from the company where they had been working at least two years before they can take the examinations. Dawson Grange To Hold Annual Supper Jan. 29 The annual oyster supper of Da%v- son Grange will be held on Saturday, I January 29, in the grange hall near I Bryan in Lower Tyronc township, it j was announced today. | It has been the custom of the J grange for many years to invite the public once every 12 months for this | particular event for a good social time, a grange announcement stated. A program will be presented in the afternoon. Says REBBY KJLOWATT "Your Willing Servant" "UPSTAIRS, downstairs --all around the house! 1' set so much done because I can be in many places at the same time. Try me at the jobs you're now doing the old fashioned way, ladies--satisfaction guaranteed!" WEST PENN POWER CO. Sale of Quality Thousands of rolls of quality wall papers arc included In tliis sensational sale. Buy one roll at regular price, then pity only Ic for (he second roll. Buy wall papers now lyhile such savings arc possible. 8c Wai! Papers 1 Ce Wail Papers roils rolls 12c Wail Papers 15c Wall Papers Borders also Included In Ic Sale. Pny for one yard, pay Ic for the second yard. price 5 10c Wall PaperS Paint Co. lii'.l-ii:; W. Apple SI. I'lioiie !)»V CoiiuPlMillc, I'a. rments. Phone Tb GOODWIN LO. Inc. Cleaners S Dyers

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