The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1939 · Page 2
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January 20, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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TWO. 1M1JS UAll^Y UUUltlK, tXJNNEL.LiiVlL.IjBJ, fA. Y,'JANUARY 20, 1037. By LYNNE B. KINCELL J. F. Sears, Pittsburgh, G-Man, Will Speak At Open Meeting of Woman's Culture Club At an open meeting of the Woman's Culture Club Monday afternoon', John F. ScarsJ Pittsburgh'! chief-of the G.-Men, will be the guest.spcak- -cr. Mr. Sears, m charge of the Pittsburgh division of the Federal Bureau ..of Investigation, will tell of his woik and his talk promises to be of exceptional interest. AH interested, including men and women, are invited. T. Mrs. Ira D. Younkln will be lead- ~cr and Mrs. A. C. Stlckel will have " charge of the music. - Hostesses are Mrs. Warren L. Wright, Mrs. Carl Pritchard, Mrs. · Maude Rollins Mrs, Daniel Sinclair and Mrs. Josephine Mcranda, The meeting will be held at 'the club looms at the Carnegie Free Library and will open nt 2 o'clock with . a business session. Mrs. B. H. Willord, president, will have charge. 'Ralph B. Hyatt Is · Feted on Birthday ·\-yr, I » r-r-i 1 T"N» :m~a3 ima tuiiKruiuiuiuiy ·" With I UrkeV Dinner \ fmm relatives'and. friends. C ' I Mr. and Mrs. Nannini : Etzio Nannani, Wife-. Observe Twenty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary In honor of. their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrt. Etzio Nannml, well-known couple of Connellsvlllc, were feted with a delightful party, planned by members of a club with which they are affiliated, Thursday night at tehir home, 521 Hace itrcet. Tho evening was spent in a pleasant social manner. 1 change. A dainty lunch was served. The prettily appointed table was graced with on attractive anniversary cake decorated with silver flowers and the inscription, "25th Annlvoisary," in silver. Favors were small silver baskets, each containing n icd rose. The honored couple received many gifts of silver flowers, and other remembrances ;also many anniversary cards and congratulatory telegrams MAUTIIA NORTON CLASS MEETS WITH MRS. \V. H. BERGER Mrs. W. H. Bergcr was hostess at the January meeting of the Martha Norton Bible Class of the First Christian Church Thmsday afternoon at her home in Vine street. President of the class, Mrs. Bcrger, was in charge of the business session. Mrs. J. L. Kurtz conducted the devotionals, her theme being "Loyalty to Our Country's Ideals." Mrs. W. H. Showman read a letter of thanks from" Mis'? Anna Graver of the Cleveland Orphanage, for the Chi ist- mat box sent to the orphanage last December. At tho close of the meeting Hhe January committee composed of Mis. George Blackslonc, chauman, Mrs. A. E. Dumbauld, Mis. Lnrmav J. Stlllwagon, Mrs. Georfie'W. StaufR-r and Mrs. Robert L. Weiner, served dainty refreshments. The February meeting will be held at the home of-Mrs. P(»ul H. Belgh- ley. East Cedar avenue. BARCLAY ON BRIQCE By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" MRS. JOHN FBETNEY WILL ' - ·_ ENTERTAIN C. C. CLASS The Christian Culture Clnss of the First United, Presbyterian Church will meet tonight nt the home of Mrs. John Furtney, Morion avenue. Mcm| bcrs tire reminded of the bake cx- : Kulph B. Hyatt was feted with a "surprise birthday dinner Wednesday evening at his home in South Pitts-burg street with all members of the -onnual fishing party, with the. cx: eeptlon of William C. Driscoll, in nt: tendance. The affair was planned by Mrs. Hyatt nnd daughter, Miss .Betty. ". Covers were laid "for eight guests ·:at an attractively appointed table. ' Turkey with all the trimmings was served. Mr. Hyatt received n large "birthday cake covered with while ' frosting and topped with a large question mark. One o£ the party ' later remarked "and there were no Questions nsked!" In behaU of tho guests, Charles H. Kunkle, Jr., the youngest of tho_ party, presented the guest of honor with a fishing .rod and reel. Cards wcic played throughout the remainder of the evening. located in Comiellsvillc in 1D10 and with the xccptlon of .two years.. spent at cannctte, have since resided here. They have one son, Elio, a student t-the Univcrslty-of Richmond, Richmond, Va. Mr. Nannini is connected vith the Fort Pitt Brewing Company. CHRISTIAN PIIILATHEAS ~"-" DISCUSS SUPPER PLANS · Mrs. George Percy entertained the . Philnthea Class of the First Christian Church Thursday night at her home · in Johnston avenue. The meeting ·opened with a hymn, "Sweet Hour of Prayer," sung by the class. Mrs. · James Charlesworth offered prayer and read the Scripture. Mrs. Ross J. Mcdcalf, president, was in charge of the business ses- 'tion nt which plans were discussed · for the fellowship dinner to be served Wednesday evening, February 1, at !he social room of the church. A social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. 'Percy, Mrs. James Solsson and Mrs. Willaid Pierce served lunch. SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY WILL HIKE TO REIDMOKK The Woman's "Auxiliary to the Fny- ette County Fish Game Protcc- ivc Association will hike to Reid- more Tuesday. Tho hike wns planned by Mrs. Pauline Gallagher ind is for all members who care ip jartlcipatc. They aic to _mcct_ not aier than-10 o'clock nt the home of Mrs. Willis Walker, South Arch street.... pinner jvilljje cooked Jn. the ybodr. - Bircf^Avill _bc_stud;od. __ Since" the cold weather, Mrs. Gal- aghcr has been feeding at least two dozen red birds, who cat daily from three_second.story window sills of the "rollaghcr hpmcHn Blackstone avc- GAMES AND.WJNCH . MRS. HCGir SXIU-WAGON IS HOSTESS TO EMANON CLUB The Emanon Club was dcllghtfullly mtertained Thursday night by Mrs. Hugh Stlllwagon at her home in North Sixth Street. Bridge was played, high prize being awarded to Mrs. Russell Vaughn and draw to Mrs. Charles Chamberlain. After The games the hostess served a de- Uclous lunch. A towel shower in aonor of the birthday of Mrs. Prank Freeman was held. Mrs. William Fagan and Miss Katherlnc Patrick were guests of the club. · . The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, February 2, at the home of Mrs. Russell Vaughn, North First street. West Side. MEETING OF LEGION UNIT EXECUTIVES IS CALLED ' Mrs. Miller W. Cowan, preslden of the American Legion Auxillarj has called a special mooting of th executive committee for 7 o'clocl Monday night at the Legion Home All officers and chairmen of standing committees are requested to attenc The regular meeting will be held at 7:45. A delegate to the quarterly Tri-County Council "to be held Wednesday, February 1, at Charleroi, will be elected. Mrs. James B. Casey of Philadelphia, State president, will attend this meeting. IP CL-UBi-MEETNG The Fricndship-eiub-met-Thursday night -at the home of Mrs. W. D. Long In South Pltitsburg street. A business session was held and at the conclusion games were played. Mrs John Moore won high prize and Mrs Lindsay Wilson second. The "pig' wail received by Mrs. Sadie McClintock. Mrs. Wilson also received the door prize. The hostess served a dainty lunch. The next meeting will be held nt the home of Mrs. John F. Lewis in South Prospect street. Gibson Class Meets. Meeting Friday night as the hom of Misses Beatrice and Lcona Etling. the Gibson Memorial Sunday School I Class of Dmvson elected the following officers for the coming year: President, Miss Margaret McCrackeh; vice-president,' Miss Lcona 'EUIng; ! secretary. Miss Frances Krcpps; treasurer, Miss Beatrice .Etling, reelected. The class/planned .to make and sell dust caps.' Ten members and the .teacher, Mrs. 'Josephine Rcarlck, were present. At a lale hour the hostess served a dainty lunch. The hostess and place; for the next meeting, February 10, will be announced later. BACKING IN LATER PASSING ON YOUR flrst turn to overcall and then backing Into tho bidding later tolls your opponents the same thing you tell your partner -- ,that you have a weak hand and nro mainly trying to Interfere with their affairs. It Is likely to get you doubled on a hand which would not bo doubled if you hud come Into the bidding at your earliest opportunity. If you.havo really quite a formidable array of offensive strength, you may pick up some extra points by postponing your entry Into tho fray. A K J 0 Marrlnne Announced. Announcement is made of the marriaRe ot Miss Velma Jean Lcich- itcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lelchlitcr of Searights Cross roads, ind John Edwaid Osborne of Upper Middietown, Thursday, December 22, at Cumberland, Md. Rev. A. K. Flora, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiated. The couple will reside ivith the bride's parents. Will Meet Tonlcht. The Active Members Class of thr Jnllcd Brethren Church will meet at 7'45 o'clock this evening at the home of Miss Bernice Conner, 704 Cherry unnc. Mrs. H. C. Snippy will be co- hostess. Road Supervisors In Conveniion Af Uniontown Saturday Annual convention of the Fayctte County R o a d Supervisors Auditois Association will be 8 7 * None V K 4 · A J 6 * K Q - J 1 0 7 6 5 Z (Dealer: East, East-West vulnerable.) At all tables of a six-table duplicate, bidding of this deal began with 1-Spade by East. In most caeca South now took some definite action. It Included an informative double and club calls ranging all tho way from two to five. In evory case the South players wound up as declarers at contracts of 5-Clubs, some of them doubled and some of them not Of course the best score frorn these tables was made on the doubled contracts, since a club game Is cold, with tho loos of a' trick each ui hearts and trumps. The player who made surest of his tic for the top score was ono who did nothing but pass on the first round, feeling sure the bidding would be kept open, in view of his shortage in the majors. East's 1- Spade then was answered by West's 2-Kearts. East *id 2-Spadcs. then South come In at 3-Clubs. West bid 3-Spatlcs, East 4-Spades, South B- Clubs and East doubled. North's two queens and ten-spot were all South needed to make his contract cosily. · · .* · ' Tomorrow's Problem A J 0 6 . V 8 ^ S « A Q 10 7 S A A 8"S 4 Q 7 4 2 4 3 V A B » K J 6 * 10 6 7 S _... _. A A K 10 8 V K Q J 10 4 S 5 * K 0 2 (Dealer: North. Neither uldc vulnerable.) What is South'o soundest responic to North's 1-Dlamond on this deal? 1939. by Kias Fciturei 5/ntUf«(r, Inc. and held Saturday in the courthouse auditorium at Unionto»vn, Secrctmy A. Linton Sharpnack. annpunccd. The .meeting will begin at 10 o'clock in the moining with President J. D. Moats in charge. Reports of the recent State convention will be given by the president, secretary and: .Max Krcll of Perry township. Reports will be followed by committee" appointments after which th'ere will be an address by State Senator Anthony Cavalcantc. Lunch will be served in the First Presbyterian Church and the afternoon program will be marked by addresses by Edward VonRiper, township engineer of the State Highway Department; Tony Marino, township engineer in the county, and Secretary A. J. Thompson of the State Supervisors and Auditors Association. There will be short talks by A s s e m b l y m e n John R. Rider, Matthew J. Welsh, Burton E. Tarr and John Burns. Mf. Pleasant Township Teacher Dies of Burns GREENSBURG, Jan. 20. -- Miss Ida Weaver, 65, for 40 years a teacher in the public schools of Mount Pleasant township, died Thursday morning at her home at 520 Oakland uvenue as the result of a lingering illness from burns received at her home tome months ago. Miss Weaver was born in Mount Pleasant April 3, 1873, the daughter ot the lale Frank and Sara Jane Fisher Weaver and WHS united with the Mount Pleasant Reformed Church in early childhood. She was n member of the Greensburg First Reformed Church and an active worker until her recent illncsx. Siie is survived by ono sister. Miss Notice. ' ' Sealed bids:Will be received at" the 5frice of the City Clerk until 5:00 o'clock P. M. EST, Monday, Fcbru- iry 13th, 1039, for the purchase of Two (Hundred Thousand (More or Less), wire cut lug paving brick for Fairview Avenue anc 1 various other ity streets. City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. CITY OF CONNELLSVILLE, P. H. Bcighlcy, Pui chasing Agent. jnn20-271feb-3. 188/.. Her iccond husband, James .Tlvimas,:dXcd:in 1927. She-leaves 10 children, one sister, 18 grandchildren anjl tout great-grandchildren. Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas Dies. Mrs. Elizabeth Spelgle Homer Thomas, 76, died Wednesday at the lome of her son, Robert Thomas, of Jenneis, Somerset county. Her first lusbnnci, Franklin Horner, died in How Women in Their 40's Can Attract Men llvrw'a itooJ advlo* for it woman rturlnc b*F chani;i (usually from 33 to K}, who lean she'll low her aprwnl to men, »bo worrte* about hot Itaehct, lou o[ pct, dluy iptllf. up'el norvt'a utid tuootly awlli. Juat get mnrr frwh air. 8 hnt. alecp and fl you need a reliable "WOMAN'S" tonic Uk« l.ydia K. PlnkMra'a Vwtabl« Compound, mndc trprrttillj for vonun. It MM nature build up phyHlral resistance, thus nripf ri»» morn vivacity to enjoy Ufa and aMUt calming jitury nerves and thote dliturbltir ·yap- lonm that oltcn accompany Chang* o{ Ufa. I'lokh.m'i, !i WELL WOHTtt tryton. Heads Forensic Events. C. C. Shaffer of Somerset, assistant county superintendent ol Somerset county schools, has been placed in charge of the Somerset county eliminations of the Pennsylvania Forentic . Music League. The former Confluence supervising principal succeeds A. B. Cobcr, retired assistant superintendent, who. was county director for eight years. Anna Weaver with whom she lived; one brother, McKec G. Weaver ot Litlz, P,i,, in Lancaster county, and 10 nephews and nieces. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the First Reformed Church here with Rev. Dr. L. E. Bnir officiating. Interment will follow in 2'leasnnt Unity Cemetery. A. Sen Tcchnliiiio of Color Finishing. Jarman Shoes $5.00 to $7.50 Sco Our Windows Wright's are first, tc introduce, Jn Con- nellsvillc, this new Uootmnker's Finish ·which gives a new technique of color finishing to the new spring leather in the light tan shades. UUV KUJHT AT ir Phone 680 681-155 Prompt Delivery " Will Entertain Club. Mrs. Harry .Hetzel will entertain the A, K. W. Club tonight at her home'in Gallal'm avenue. DAWSON B. Y. P. U. WILL ' SHOW CAMP CORBLY SLIDES The B. Y. P. U. of the Dawson Baptist Church will show slides of Camp Corbly, « Baptist camp, at the regular meeting to" be hold Sunday night. The time is .7 o'clock and the public is invited. "The slides should be of Interest to "old and young," the announcement reads. ," Round - Square DANCE JUNIOR HALL. VANDEUBILT Saturday, January 21 8:00 to 12:00. Admission 25c Crystal Ballroom FAIRBANKS, PA. Frank Lombardo's Orchestra Saturday, Jan. 21st Auspices Anecda Club. - :Danchi(r 8:30 to 12. Admission 35c for COLD ^ WEATHER ^ NEEDS · IUOU'1 1 NOW Uiero xi'i M ui.iny moro biD* u jui..| 'O manj- ertrn seasonal expenses. Tho niioMlnn Is--lion flnO where, nro you coinc to «t tlio extra tncinov MM i«v]2 Our cnvh loan nlnn la n itonrmlnhlr miwor t., this problem. Borrow here on vour nernonnl aeeurltv on coi7enlem topaymsnt terras to fit vmjr-income' InrjnlK. fxlnr wlthnnt flip nllchte't nhllo.itlon UNSON LOAN COMPANY Second Moor Phone 1-3-1-3 NAtion.il Batili Bide. · GrccnsburR Sensational Savings At Warsiial's in two great low-price groups 50.$ All wool garments in new-. est and smartest styles-featured at two moneysaving prices. 'Xtra Special Men's S7.95 HORSEHIDE Ontflttcri for .Uon and Boys. QUALITY ... SERVICE ... LOW PRICES FOR 57 YEARS. PILLSBURY Flour 5-lb. sack 27c PILLSBURY Pancake Flour, 2 Boxes 17c MORNING BRACER Coffee,lb. 16c STEWART'S Brazilian Coffee, 3-lb. bag 57c BOSCO, 21-oz. jar 35c For a Healthful Bcvcrace Pure Somerset Rtickivhciit, 10 DJS. :)i)c PREMIER Syrup, pt. jug ISc Maple Flavor COPE'S Fancy Evaporated Corn, Ib. 25c Crosse-Blackwell's Stews, medium can 19c, Beef. Irish or Lamb Ll?T/ SCTIRA.1I.ir Genuine Dill Pickles, Ig »-pt. jar 29e LA MirailATA Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5-lb. box ...... 4!lc JIDIBO Mnrron'fat Beans, '» Ibs ............ ______ -23c Jixtruorilinary wiving on "doxcn'lots. JS'nllonnl surplus of Canucil Pens brings reduced prices to cut down market over-supply. PRINCESS Early June Peas, 2 cans 19c Dozen Cans, $1.10 VAR1GK Early June Peas, 2 cans 23c Dozen Cans $1.33 Premier Fancy Telephone Peas,2 cans27c Dozen Cons $1.55 PREMIER Fruit Salad, 2 No. 1 cans 35c PJlTwriKJl Grnpe Fruit nnd Orange Sections, 2 medium wins : .- -- Sic Make Delightful Salads UJilCOKM ffn'ncy Cut Qrcen Hcnns, 'J mcd. cans ...Ifle " _ BEECH-NUT Specials JJKUCH-XWT 1'onmto Juice, « enus ...._ 23c' . HKEUH-XUT Cntsuj, 2 largo bottles ..85c 11EECH-MJT S]m«liotU, 2 cans ,, IDc BEECH-NUT Baby Foods, 3 Jars 23c '- ." ' ' Many Varieties ; FresjvFruits and Vegetables Priced Right VIENNA Flour The Old Reliable .241/2-ib- sk. 79c SWAXSIKW'Jf Cake Flour, u liox ~ 24c STKIVAKT'S Powdered . Sugnr, 12-oz. liox Sc STEWART'S "Buimcr Vnnlllii", lire 8-oz bottle J3c WALTER MAKER'S Coeon, t^no Jij-D). boxes _15c OCTAGON Soap 10 Giant Bars 39c OCTAGON Gninuluted Soap, 2 large boxes 37c OCTAGON roiviler, 8 boxes -- 1-ic PALMOLIVE Benilb, 2 boxes IVc ONE GENT SALES Concentrated SUPER SODS (Blue Box) Large Uox ,,,,...._,, ,. _20c Medium Box Ic Both for 21 c SWEETHEART Soap 3 Cakes 18c 1 Cnke _ Ic Both for 19c Whole or Shank Half Ib. § (Ready to Serve) WJiole or Hulla Sample of This Delicious Hum nt Our 3Ieat Counter. ARMOUR'S Pure Lard, TWO Mb.pkgs;19c VELVEETA Cheese, TWO V 2 -lb. pkgs. 29c BRANDED BEEF . HIGHEST QUALITY Rib Boil, Ib lOc Chuck Boil, Ib 20c Chuck Roast, Ib 25c Rib Roast, Ib 27c R u m p Roast, Ib. . 32c Extra Fancy Lean Bacon ICnil PCS, Hi. 20c; Center pes, Ib. 23r , POP.K LOift ROAST Small Loins Rib End, Ib 17c Loin End, Ib 25c Pork Butts, Ib 20c - Small, Lean. Pure Pork Sausage, Ib. 25c Loose or Link r SWIFT'S Jewel Shortening 4-lb. can 57c "Mndc from Vtcctable Oil" SPRING LAMB Lamb Breast, Ib 10c Lamb Shoulder, Ib 25c Legs of Lamb, Ib '. .. 28c Sliced Bacon (Old Hickory) '/2-lb. pkg. 15c;2for25c Dressed Chickens, Ib. 32c Hcn«, Springers--Freshly Dressed ·THE STORE THAT DOES THIM-S FOR YOU"

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