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SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEI.LSVTIA.E, PA. PAGE THREE. Among the Churches FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg street and Morton avenue, George R. Krupp, minister-Bible school, 9:45 A. M. Morning worship at 11; the Lord's Supper. Pioneer Society, 3 P, M. Y. P. C. U., 6:30. Evening service at 7:30; subject, "Thy Kingdom Come." week service of prayer and Wednesday evening at 7:45. , Mid- praise EVANGELICAL Vf. S. Harr, pastor--Sunday school, 9:30. Preaching service, 10:30. Eve- ninR services: E. L. C. E., 6:45. Preaching service, 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30. Everybody welcome. FAYETTE UNITED BRETHREN W. J. Ritchey, pastor--East End: Sunday school, 10. Prcacnlng, 11; subject, "Forgetting--and Remembering." Sunday, January 30, will be observed as Anniversary Day on the occasion of the/ ninth anniversary of the church. /Special music and speaking will feature the day. Rev. W. V. Barnhort o£ Scottdale will be guest preacher for the evening service. Mount Olive: Sunday school, 10; preaching, 7:30 P. M.; subject, The Great Invitation." This service egtns a series of evangelistic mcet- igs. Services will be held each 'cning at 7:30. Everyone is invited. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Vanderbilt, A. V. Mountford, pastor--9:30, Bible school; 10:45, morning worship; 6, Young. People's prayer meeting; 6:30, Young People's service; topic, "Sailing or Drifting," leader, G. P. Stevens; 7:30, evening service. Monday evening at 7:30, Bible study at the home o£ Mrs. Mary McFarland. Wednesday evening at 7:30, prayer and testimony meeting. CHURCH OF GOD Indian Head, F. O. Eakin, pastor-Revival services begin Sunday night, January 9, continuing for three weeks. The pastor will be in charge the first week. Rev. John W. Whisler, A. M., ot Findlay, Ohio, former field secretary ol the general eldership, will be evangelist from Monday, January 17 to Saturday, January 29. Services at 7:30 each evening, including Saturday night. Sunday, Bible school, S:45, preaching 10:45; subject, "Preparation for the Harvest.' Christian Endeavor at 7 evening service, 7:30; subject, "Repairing the Altar of the Lord." UNION BAPTIST L. H. -Colvin, minister--Sunday school at 9:30; lesson, "Dedicating Our Lives to Service." Election o: all officers and teachers at the close of the lesson. Morning worship sermon subject, "A Wise Choice." B. Y P. U. at 6:45; Miss Frances Woodruff in charge. Worship at 8. Sermon subject, "God Our Refuge." A! are urged to attend and take par in these services. Missionary meet ing at the church Thursday afternoon at 2:30. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Vine and Newmyer streets--F. A Myers. 407 East Green street, pasto --9:45 A. M., worship service anc sermon, "Thy Kingdom Come." A 10:45, church school, Mrs. Olive Lcp ley, superintendent. At 6:45 P. M Y. P. D. roll call meeting; Hirarr Lcpley, president; 7:30, preaching hour, sermon, "The Mirage of To morrow." Monday evening, at 7:30 church council meeting will convene METHODIST EPISCOPAL Vanderbilt, C. J. Bland, pastor-Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. Morning worship, 11; subject, "False and Tru Hope." Epworth League, 6:30 P. M Evangelistic services, 7:30 P. M. subject, "Steps to Take in Finding Christ." DUNBAR M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Sabbath schoo at 10 A: M. Preaching at 11; subjecl "The Outward Reach." Epwortr League, C:45. Union service of a the churches in the M. P. Church The speaker for the evening will be Rev. Paul E. Porath, pastor oJ th German Lutheran Church of Con ncllsville. GREENWOOD M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Preaching 9:3 A. M. Sabbath school, 10:30. Ep worth League, 6:45, preceded by th Junior League at 6 o'clock. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Paul E. Porath, pastor--Sunda school, 9 A. M. The hour of wor ship, 10:15 A. M. The annual con grcgational meeting will be held i connection with the morning servic* Election of members for the church council will be held. The Luthe League will hold their monthl meeting on Sunday afternoon, Janu ary 16, at the home of Mrs. Emm Friel. On Sunday morning durin the Sunday school hour, the pasto will begin a Bible history rlass f' all children over the age of 12 an who have not bceen confirmed. Th class will .form the nucleus for th confirmation class of 1939. Paren are urged to send their children. CHURCH OF GOD G. W. Byrnes, pastor, residenc 119 West Crawford avenue--Tabo Sunday school, 10; preaching, 1 Breakneck, Sunday school, 10; reviv al services, 7:30. Revival meetini continue with good interest and larg audiences. Special evenings hav featured different departments of th church. One of the interesting tea tures is the spirited song servic conducted by Clifton Breakiron. ROCKY MOUNT BAPTIST William Lambert, pastor--Worship t 11 A. M. Deacons and trustees ally. Sunday school at 12:30. Wor- hip at 7:30 P. M. All are welcome. 5IETHODIST PROTESTANT A. R. Mansberger, minister-- /orship at 11 A. M.; sermon, "Things Vorth Knowing." Sermon, at 7:30, Kicking Against the Goads." FIRST UNITED BRETHREN Lincoln avenue at Race street, Elier A. Schultz, minister--Unified ervice of worship, sermon and Bible tudy, 9:30 to 11:25 A. M. Sermon y pastor,"What Is Your Demand n Life?" Bible study, "Preparing or a Life of Service." Christian En- eavor, 6:30 P. M. Evening service t 7:30. Sermon by Rev. Merrill L. Cadwell, pastor of the First Chrisian Church. PAYNE A. M. E. H. D. Lowber, pastor--9:30 A. M., Sunday school. 11, preaching; sub- ect, "God's Call." 8 P. M.. prcach- ng; guest speaker. Rev. J. C. Anderson. Monday, 8 P.-M., quarterly conference. Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. ALLIANCE GOSPEL TABERNACLE At 108 Porter avenue, Wylic E Smith, pastor--Sunday school 9:45. Morning service at 11. Evan- jelistic service at 7:45. Praycr-mect- ng Thursday evening at 7:45. Evcry- ody welcome. TRINITY REFORMED Corner Pittsburg and Green streets, C. George Shupe, pasloi 9:45 A. M., Sunday school hour 'Preparing for a Life of Service.' 11, "Holy Communion; 7:30 P. M. 'A Message for the Church Today." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg and Green streets Karl K. J. Schocnborn. pastor--Bibli School at 9:45 with classes for al ages. Lesson subject: "Preparing foi a Life of Service." At the morning worship service at 11 o'clock, th Sacrament o£ the Lord's Supper wil be observed and new members wil be rcicevd as a fitting conclusion to the Week of Prayer services. Eve ning worship service at 7:30 with the pastor presenting the ninth in the series of sermons on "The Lord's Prayer and Other Prayers of Jesus," entitled "Praying Against Tempta- ion." The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its meeting at 6:30 with John P. Barbor, Jr., as the leader. The topic for discussion is "How a Christian should spend his leisure time." TRINITY EPISCOPAL East Fairvicw avenue -- Evening prayer, 7:30; Donald W. Edwards of Brownsville in charge. CHRISTIAN Merrill L. Cadwell, pastor--Bible school at 9:30 A. M. Morning worship at 10:40. "Praying That Docs Some Good." Vesper service at 4:30 P. M. A review of the book, "Neighbors to the Sky," by Gladys Hasty Carroll. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. HIGHLAND BAPTIST S. M. Hayman, pastor--Sunday school, 10 A. M. At 11, the Young Ministers' Union will meet. Rev. W. M. Pearson, president, will have charge of services at 11 A. M. and 3 P. M. Everybody is invited to hear them. £he (SMeu ext Mark 1:8--"Make yc ready thc n-ay of thc Lord." By OR. ALVIN E. BELL Thc International Uniform Lesson on thc above topic for Jan. 9 is Mark'1:1-13. thc Golden Text being- Mark 1:3, "Make ye ready the way of thc Lord.") A BEARER of good news waste* no time getting to thc story he has to tell. So John Mark begins his account of thc "good ncus", or gospel, with a statement ic- brief as to be regarded by many Bible students as Mark's own title or superscription of his story of Christ's life: "The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, thc Son of God." Tho Roots of tho Gospel While we find thc fruits of the gospel in the New Testament, we must took for thc roots of thc gospel In tiic Old Testament. So Mark goes back to thc Old Testament prophets Isaiah and Mai- achl to show how that all that preceded Christ was but prophetic and preparatory to his coming and ministry: "Even as It Is written In Isaiah thc prophet. Behold. I send my messenger before thy face, who shall prepare thy way; tiic voice of one crying in the wilderness, Make yc ready the way of thc Lord, make his paths straight." This bold and rugged preacher's credential! were written on no diploma of the schools of his day, but rather in thc writ- Ings of thc ancient prophets of his nation. His was a ministry of utter, self-denial as he mln- Islcrcd, "clothed with camel's hair, and » leathern girdle around his loins, and did eat locusts and wild honey." Certainly, no one could accuse him of preaching for \\hat he got out of it! "Behold tho Lamb of Cod" j John thc Baptist directed attention from himself to Christ, of whom he said, "Hc must increase, but I must decrease." Hc claimed to be crying In the wilderness." He felt himself unworthy to render to Christ thc most menial service to thc King whose coming tie heralded: "There comcth after me he that Is mightier than I, thc latchct of whoso shoes I am not worthy to stoop down and unloose." It was John's high'privi- lege to be the last of the prophets and the first of thc evangelists, to usher the Christ Into his ministry and announce him. as "the Lamb of God that taki'.th away the sin of thc world." Ho dissuaded his own disciples from following him. and pointed them to Christ as their Master. "I baptize you In water: but he shall baptize you In thc Holy Spirit." he said. John's ministry was preliminary, partial and preparatory, while Christ's ministry was to be permanent, perfect and propitiatory. Jentii* Captlhm and Toting It was John's high privilege to minister at thc ordination of thc Messiah of prophecy when he baptized our Lord Jesus Christ, not for forgiveness of sin, but for identification with our sin: "It came to pass in those days, that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee, and was baptized of John In thc Jordan. And straightway coming up out of the water, he saw the heavens rent asunder, and thc Spirit as a lovc descending upon him: and a voice came out ot the heavens, Thou art my beloved Son. In thce I am well pleased." Thus God attested thc perfection of Christ and his fitness to be thc world's Redeemer. But Christ's perfection must first be proved by being "tempted In all points like we are," and so, for forty days Satan tcmpteJ him. but with no success, for Christ was "holy, harmless, undented ana separate from sinners." ant! thus thc pcrfc-t "Lamb of God". Tills Is thc gospel or "good news" From Yesterday's Last Edition 3randenburgs T r a n s f e r r e d To Homestead Captain and Mrs. A, L. Branden- urg, heads of the Salvation Army icre, have been notified of their .ransfcr, effective January 17, to Aqu'dla B. Barrow, Former-Local Mati, Is ' Engaged to Wed Margaret Hupe of Syracuse Mr. ,in Personal Mention d Mis. II. Lloyd Hupe.of 148 Mitnor avenue. Syracuse, N. Y., announced the engagement of their . _ . _ , ., | daughter. Miss Margaret Hupe, to Mis. J. Blame Reagan and Mrs. | Aqu j ]la B Barrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Barrow of 1209 Anna M. Martin- attended the i fun- ] oral set vice for Mrs. Elizabeth ; Syc ., morc slrcot , at a luncheon givco Thompson, held Wednesday after-1 Wcdnpsday December 29, at the lomcstcnd, in connection with which ' noon at the home of her son-in-law Qnondaga at Syracuse. Covers were hjy will handle the work at Clairton. They will hold their farewell service here the night of January 16. They will reside at Homestead. Succssois to th Brandnburgs arc Major and Mrs. A. Vcndeville and daughter of DuBois. They will take charge January 17. The Brandenburgh have been quite active here, Mrs, Brandenburg, a bride since the captai i began hi: work three years ago next April, also riolding the rank of captain. Mr. Brandenburg is a member of Rotary Club. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Majisterella at Belle Vernon, and the burial it Scottdale Cemetery. laid for twenty-two guests. The uride-elect is a graduate o£ Syracuse University and is affiliated Mrs. H. G. Potter of Lander, Wyo.,, wjlh thc Alpha Epsilon Epsilon, Chi is visiting her tarother-m-law and K p , d D ,, a Delta DcUa r.1^4*.*. ^*« ,,,,*] *,»..« 17 A /"*U.,!i *.. ""I-1* sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Christy, of East Green street. This is Mrs'. Thc bridegroom-elect was grad- Potter's first visit to Pennsylvania j Schoo! wuh thc in fifteen years. While in Fayette from Syi . acusc , thc George Delwiler's Children Ask Writ To Secure Big Farm PITTSBURGH, Jan. 8.--The five children ot George A. DeUviler, late of Bullskin township, Fayette county, petitioned in Federal court Friday for a writ of assistance to gain possession of a 120-acrc farm which they claimed is being held illegally by Charles Dotwiler. Their petition stated Charles Dct- wiler was adjudged bankrupt in 1927 and his property, known as "Home Farm" was sold by trustee to their father in 1928. Their father, the petition siid, died in 1935 leaving, by thc law of intestate, thc property to them. They plnimcd the property was not delivered either to them or their father. Judge F. P. Schoonmaker ordered a hearing to be held on t'le petition during the month of January. The children signing the petition were Ralph Detwiler, Nora McLean, Mary D. Obcr, Alice Kclley and Clara Showman. MRS. WILLIAM COSSEL HEAD OF SEWING CLUB The Thursday Afternoon Sewing uated from the Connellsvillc High Class of 1928 and , ..'om Syracuse University with the county she plans to visit other rela- j C]ass of 1932 Hc js a membcr o£ lives and fviondb. i the Phi Kappa Tau and is associated l r JV_^_ ,:.* c , 1 °'LTM* '. K . _J S i with p eters Caillcr KoWer Swjss spending a lew days with her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Marietta, of Race street. Mrs. Frank Widmer of Witter avenue and Mr .and Mrs, Frank Shank of Normalville visited Frank Wid- mcr, a patient at thc Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Thursday evening. Mrs. E. W. Heavner of Vino street and Mrs. M. L. Mcranda of Chestnut street will return tonight from_ Cumberland, Md., where they "visited friends for two days. Harold Dunn of the Somerset office of thc A. A. A. was a Connolls- ville caller Thursday. · Muss Mary Glover of East Apple street left today for Philadelphia where she will spend tho week-end with fnonds. Mrs. B. F. Gillett ot Hollywood, Cal., nnd New York City is visiting Mrs. Albert Johnson of Isabella road. Frank B. Moore of West Chester was thc guest of Miss Grace Davidson of Isabella road over the New Year week-end. Miss Theresa Gaol, R. N. at thc Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, has resumed her duties after spending thc holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaal, of Dawson. Mrs. L. Dale Johnson of Race street attended the January meeting of the Fayette County Medical Auxiliary held Thursday night at thc White Swan Hotel, Uniontown. She Chocolate Company, Inc., Fulton, N. Y. No date was announced for the wedding. Club organized by a gioup of MOUNT ZION BAPTIST Rev. R. D. Epps, minister--Bible school at 9:30; devotional, 10:30. An old-fashioned prayer and praise service at 11, conducted by Elders Robert Jefferson, Joshua Fant and officers. The week of prayer has been very inspiring. The pastor will preach the first of a series ol'sermons on "The Life of Christ" at 2:30. Mrs. A. Reynolds will lead the choir. We invite all pastors and ministers to unite with us in this service. The Lord's Supper will be served by the pastor. At 6:45, B. Y. P. U.: S. Cants will conduct the program. Usual services at 8. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Weimer Arcade--Sunday services, 10:45 A. M. Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock. Sunday school for pupils .v uv uuuung oui a vorcc ot one of God for sinful souls of all ages. under 20 years of age is held at 9:30. Subject of lesMm-scimon. "Sacrament." A free reading room is maintained in same building where thc Bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be jcad or txirrowed and is open each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 4 o'clock. The public is invited to attend tho services and visit the reading room. PRESBYTERIAN West Leiscnnng, William Hamilton, pastor -- Sunday school, 9:45 A. M,; R. K. Warnock, superintendent. Young people, G:45 P. M.; topic, "What Is Most Important in Our Daily Living." Church service, 7:30 P. M. Sacrament of the IxncVs Supper; topic. "Communion With God." Every member is urged to be present. PRESBYTERIAN Leisenring No, 1, William Hamilton, minister -- Church service, 9:45 A. M. Sacrament of the Lord's Supper; topic, "Communion With God." Church school, 10:30 A. M. Every member asked to be present. , CHRISTIAN Vanderbilt -- Morning worship at 9:30 A. M. Lord's Supper and ordination service for officers of the church and church school. Installation by Chester A. Williamson of Scottdale. Bible school follows immediately and closes promptly at 11:30 A. M. Wlndbcr Woman Succumbs. SOMERSET, Jan. 8.-- Mrs. Anna Legan, 64, widow of Michael Legan, died Thursday in Winriber Hospital. She leaves four daughters and two brothers. Chrisf-Centered Services inferest . First Mefhodisis "The Christ of Bethlehem nnd Nn^areth" will bo the theme Sunday moining at 11 o'clock at the First Methodist Episcopnl Church. It is the second Sunday of the Christ- Centered Crusade which is now RO- ing on in the churches. In the three- month Christ-Centered program nil thc great cxpcnLT.ces and teachings in thc life of Christ will be studied m thc services of the church. Thc main purpose of the cru- Sade is to spinluali/c all departments by puttinc Christ in the center of cttutch ai-tivitivs. thoughts and experience 1 ". Every member of the church is being asked to enlist their presence and pr.'iyor at ns many of the regular services ot the church as will bo possible for them to attend. Last Sunday, Hie first Sunday of the crusade, nil services were above the average in attendance, Rev. Elliott said. Thc evening service will bo at 7:30' o'clock. Tho theme "What Jesus Teaches about Man." Donald Edwards Will Have Dunbar Service Donald Edwards of Brownsville will have charge oC the service at St. John's in the Wilderness Protestant Episcopal Church of Dunbar on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Other Churcli News on Pace Five. women, who met Thursday afternoon at thc home of Mrs. William Cosscl of Connellsville, R. D. 1. Ofl'icers were elected as follows: President. Mrs. William Cossel; trcasuror, Mrs. Ellen Newcomer; secretary, Mrs. Arthur Graham. Thc circle decided to meet the firt-t Thursday of each month and to observe the birthdays of members. Thursday being thc date of Mrs. Cossol's birthday, each member presented her with a beautiful gift. The afternoon was spent at fjtncywork served a dc- molored to Uniontown with Dr. Johnson who was present at the monthly meeting of the Fayette County Medical Society. Leo Norman Skemp, Jr., Of Scottdale to Wed nnd lator Mrs. Cossel licious lunch. The next meeting will be held officiate. Thursday. February 3, at the home of Mrs. Robert Boyd of Morrcll avenue. Mrs. J. W. Tipton of Wilkinsburg announces thc engagement of her daughter. Miss Virginia Adelc Tipton, to Leo Norman Skemp, Jr., son of Itr. and Mrs. Leo N. Skemp of 511 Loucks avenue, Scottdale. The wedding will take place Saturday. January 22, at the First Presbyterian Church of Scottdale. Rev. J. W. Withci spoon, pastor, will Mrs. Elizabeth Sparks Surprised on Birthday In honor of her seventieth birthday, Mrs. Elizabeth Sparks was feted at a prettily arranged dinner served Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at her home at Davistown, the affair being planned by her children. Sharing honors with Mrs. Sparks was her little. granddaughter, Mary Jane Sparks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Sparks of Davistown, who celebrated her ninth birthday. Thc dinner was a complete surprise and was attended by all of Mrs. Sparks' six children and their families. Places were laid for twenty- eight. Thc table was made attractive with pink tapers in crystal holders, placed at cither end, and a large centerpiece of cut flowers. There were also two birthday cakes, both iced in white. One was decorated with the numerals "70" in pink and the other, \vith nine pink candles in matching rosebud holders. Mrs. Sparks, well known in thc Indian Creek Valley, was presented with a radio. · After the dinner the remainder of the evening was given over to a pleasant social time and none present enjoyed thc occasion more than Mrs. Sparks. LOTTIE A. BRADLEY CLASS FORMS PLANS FOR SUPPER The January meeting of the Lottie WILLING WORKERS CLASS GIVES NEW YEAR PARTY Members of thc Willing Workers Class of the Lciscnring Presbyterian Church held their annual New Year party Wednesday evening of this A. Bradley Class of the South Con- ( £ t lh h ^' o£ Mr ." and Mrs . i:°ward Leighty on the Vanderbilt road. A covered-dish supper with Chut ch was hold Thursday night at the social room ot the chuich with Mrs. P. J. Costello, Mrs. Melvjn Coughenour nnd Mrs. G. R, Bloom co-hostesses. Sixteen members and two visitors wero piescnt. Thc business'session wns conducted by the president, Mrs W. S. Harr. Plans were made for a covorcd-dish supper and valentine party to be held in connection with Virginia baked ham as the main dish, was served at 6 o'clock. Husbands of members were guests. The table appointments were beautiful in every way. The center piece was a doll dressed in red velvet, wilii "1938" in silver lying on her lap. Red tapers in silver holders graced cither end of the table. Place cards were thc first the ntxt mectinR. Mrs. Evelyn Tis- names of each membcr and guest, sue, Mrs. Costello and Mrs. Daisy Austin were appointed members of the sick and visiting committee for the year. Mrs. M. R. Uubacli was reported on the sick list. After the mooting a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. M. P. MISSIONARY CIRCLE 4 HAS INTERESTING SESSION Missionary Circle No. 4 ot the First Methodist Protestant Church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Robert Boyd in Morrcll avenue. Sixteen members and visitors were present. Mrs. A. R. Mansberger and Mrs. H. E. Pcnn conducted the devotionals. The question box was in charge of Mrs. Charles Hilcs. A social hour followed. Mrs. Harry T, Crossland and Mrs. Boyd served a delicious lunch. Tho February committee comprises Mrs. S. T. Benford and Miss Josephine Rinehart. printed backwards, and provided plenty of fun. Following the supper the regular business meeting was held. Ofllcers for the coining year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Hopwood Hess; sccietnry, Mrs. James Bailey; treasurer, Mrs. Howard Leighty. Other members included Mrs. William Hamilton, Mrs. Van Riggar, Mrs. Forrest Wilson, Mrs. Thomas Bailey, Mrs. Cromwell Culver, Mis. G. C. Herbert and Mrs. Robert Washabaugh. Mrs. Van Riggar will entertain thc class Wednesday evening, February 2. TERRENCE TASIBURINI'S MARRIAGE TO BALTIMORE GIRL OF LOCAL INTEREST At nuptial high mass Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Philip and James Church in Baltimore, Miss Mary DeSharon, daughter of Mrs. Mary Kane DeSharon ot Baltimore, became the bride of Tcrrcncc Tambi-rini of Parkersburg, W. Va., at a beautiful wedding. Rev. Os- tetter, the church pastor, officiated. The bride wore a white lace gown, with a long train, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of thc valley. Her long veil was o£ tulle. The matron of honor, Mrs. Helen Kane of Annapolis, was attired in brown taffeta with . latching accessories, and carried an arm bouquet of yellow roses. John Kane of Morgantown, W. Va., served as Mr. Tamburini's best man. Ushers were M. C. O'Connor of this city and Edward Bailey of Clarksburg. W. Va. The ceremony was followed by a reception and wedding breakfast at tho home of the bride, Mrs. M. C. O'Connor, a cousin of thc bridegroom, was also a guest at thc wedding. Mr. Tamburini has frequently visited his local relatives and has a number of friends here. On their return from a wedding trip to the East, Mr. and Mrs. Tom- burini will be at home at Parkersburg. Licensed at Uniontown. A marriage license was issued at Uniontown to Archie F. Harbargcr ot Dawson and Dorothy Marie Fretts of Scottdale, Preparing for a Life of Service ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Scripture--Mark 1:1-13 By tho Rov. AHln B. Bell And Alfred jr. Bucscher John thc Baptist preached In the wilderness of Judea to great throngs ot people to prepare them for thc ministry of Jesus. "Make ready thc way of thc Lord." was the heart of his messae*- John pointed his own disciples to Jesus and directed them to follow him. saying. "Behold thc Lamb of God that taketh away tho sm of thc world." COPYRIGHT 1937 KING ftAT^fS SVNOICATC I John urged his hearers to be baptized as a sign of repentance. Hc also baptized Jesus, not for forgiveness, but to identify him with sinners and inaugurate hi» ministry as the Saviour of sinners. Following Jesus' baptism the Spirit led him into thc wilderness to be tempted ot thc devil. Jesus triumphed over Satan m every temptation. (GOLDEN TEXT--Mark 1.3). A. K. W. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. JAMES PEIGH Three tables of bridge were in play at a meefng of thc A. K. W. Club at which Mrs. James Pcigh was hostess Thursday ninhl al her home in South Ninth street, Greenwood. High prize was awarded to Mrs. J. H. Bowman and draw to Mrs. J. L. Hyatt. Thc guests prize was received by Mrs. W. E. Kelly. At the conclusion of the games Mrs. Peigh served a dainty lunch. Mrs. Ewing R. Harmon will entertain the club Thursday evening, January 20, at her home in Morton ave- IMISS 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 birth- dsy anniversary of her sister. Miss Jrace Davidson. Twelve guests were present and spent a pleasant evening at five hundred. High prizes were received by Mrs. James Banning and Dale Adams and low by Miss Hazel Hetrick and Walter Freed. After thc games the hostess served a dainty lunch, guests being seated at a prettily" arranged table, which was centered with, a mound of sweet pas and graced at either end with p:nfc tapers in crystal holders. Favors were small pink baskpts filled with mixed candy. The prevailing color motif was pink and green. Miss Dwidson received a number of attractive gifts. Out-of-town guests were Dale ' dams and Miss Lulu Hazclbakcr, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bryson, Uniontown, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Freed of Vanderbilt. MOUNT PLEASANT GIRL IS ENGAGED TO 3IARRY Mr. and Mrs. Al Colianni of 911 Smithfteld street, Mount Pleasant, announce thc engagement ot their daughter, Miss Edith Colianni, to Frank R. Mechinko, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mechinko of Uniontown. No date has been .set for the wedding. Marrlud at Easloa. Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Townoend of South Side, Brownsville, announce the marriage of their son, Delphin, to Miss Maxine Eastman,- daughter of Mrs. Sue Eastman, also o£ South Side, Brownsville. The ceremony was solemnized Thursday, December 30, at Ea.ston, with Rev. Edwin Elliott officiatmK. Mi. and Mrs. Tov-'nscnd will rosido at Uniontown \vhoic LUTHER DERRYBERRY WEDS TENNESSEE GIRL Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Derryberfy 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 HlRh School with the Class of 1935. Mr. and Mrs. Dei i yburry plan to reside m tho South. DAVID COHEN, BNIONTOWN BUSINESS SIAN. MARRIED Mrs. Bertha H. Braunstem ot Atlantic City and David Cohen, Uniontown merchant, %vcrc married Thursday afternoon by Rabbi Julius Washer of the Tree ot Life Synagogue. Uniontown. Following the ceremony Mr. :»nd Mrs. Cohen wcic guests at an informal dinner given former is manszc-r ot Ihc HaKan b; Mrs. Abe Cohen at, her home at Dairy Mart. Umontown.

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