The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 10, 1938 · Page 2
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January 10, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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.r TWO MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1038. By LVNNE B KINCELL. Elinor Roher Married in Chicago i * To Harry Quinn, Former Local Man took ber 31, at St It i Chureh in Chicngo 1^ Jaynes and Wife, West Side Couple/Mark of Mr, and Mri I led Roher of South ' \ i / I I Ar.ni\//irerrt-\/ Tenth street, west add; bec-ime the i Wedding Anniversary bride of Harry Quinn o£ Chicago son of JUn, Lllcn Quinn ot Biook-, RU _ md ^ Ifa ^^ wc ,,_ ·vale nt of Mn, Lllcn Quinn ot Biook-, ., wc ,,_ s The ceremony was pcrfoimcd o£ Conncllsvlllc ccll ._ 7 o'clock by the pastor, Rev £ Uiutieth wedding an- Conway. Miss Lorotta Corngan of Chicago wis the brides maid of honor and Joseph Prewltis, alio ot Chicago, served as the bridegroom's best man Mrs. Quinn, one ot Conncllsvilloi, most popular young women, wat graduated from the local High School and prior to her-marriage was a clerk in the commcicial department ot the West, Penn Power Company. Mr. and Mrs Quinn will reside in Chicago_v%here, thc.bridcfiroom, is a clerk in the offices of the Wheeling ·St Lake Erie Railroad Company "JaclCFranks Engaged, Is To Wed Uniontown Girl Mr. and Mrs Fred PestojT of Un" jontown announce the engagement of ~ their daughter, Miss Dorothy Tcstou, to Jack Franks, son of Mr. and Mrs- John Franks of thfs city No date has been set for the wedding £ The bilde-cleet- wab graduated from the South Union High School and is employed at the Union Supply Company's store at Continental Her fiance is a graduate of the Connellsville High School, n member of the Class of 1935 and is cmplovcd by the Capstan Glass Company Connellsville. at South THELMA E. WEDS JOHNSTOWN* MAN- MISS Thclma E Phillippl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bruce Phillippl of this city, became the bnde of James niversary with a family dinner of attractive ippomtmcnts Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock it their home in Green street, Gicenwood The menu consisted of chicken with al the trimmings Mrs Jiyncs was hostess and the eenter ot the table was griccd with a lirge wedding cake iced in pink Places were Ind for Mr and Mis Jaynes, their son Kenneth, a son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mn Donald Jcynes, a son Malcolm, and two daughters, Mis: Dorothy and Lucille Jaynes, and granddaughter, Nancy Lee Jaynes little daughter of Mr and Mrs Don ald_Jaynes A son H M Jayncs., a member of the State Motor Police was unable to attend Mr and Mrs Jayn._ ried in Cumberland, Md , and slnci then have resided in the West Side Conncllsville Mrs-Jayncs is th former ?Iiss Amandn Jane Fisher o Dunbar Mr Jayncs is a vctcrai cmplojc'Of-the West Penn Railwav Company, raving entered the nervic thirtj-one years ago as- an operate on the work car MRS. RALVH DAVIDSON IS HOSTESS TO D D. D CLUB An onjovable meoting of the D D D Club was held Friday night at th home of Mrs Ralph Davidson a South Conncllsville. Thirteen mem bers were present Plans for th thirteenth annual banquet of the clu were discussed. Mrs Esther Pierc wis reported iH Later In tho eve nine; cards were played, prizes bcm awarded to Mrs Harry Kincaid an BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WB1TTBN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "She Authority on Authorities" A DEFENSIVE CKIMC SOMETIMES n clefcnIor can figure out just what tlio declarer wouUI be doing If It wnro hU turn to lead Obilously, that should be the one thing that his enemy ought to avoid On the face of It, anything «Isc at all should be preferred Yet that hind of defensive crime \l perpetriUetl nt hundreds of bridge tables every day by pliy- cra who act llrst and think afterward 4 A K R V Q 10 0 4 3 4 3 10 4 2 If A 7 6 * A Q 10 * A 8 3 4 7 6 3 * Q 0 6 V K 8 S 2 + K J 8 S *K J 9 7 5 (Dealer West Both sides vulnerable ) In trying *.o defend against opponents with 60 on score of the rubber game, West started the bidding with 1-No Trump North called Z-Hcarts, Eist 2-No Trumpi and South J-Clubs It seemed too dangerous tor West to attempt any further bidding, but he had his chance to de- Coat tho contract and threw It auay. He started off with tho lead of the heart A. which was far from a good loa! and when ho saw th« I drop switched to tha spade J. He had nothing to gain by that switch The heart Q was led and when East refused to cover. South toiacd a losing diamond The heart LO was next led and another diamond discarded The club J was now finessed ord loot to tho A and the diamond A cashed Tha declarer lost one trtik In each suit and made his contract Instead of switching to a spade, which South would have dona If In tho lead, West should havo tried out the diamonds His partner had raised tho no trump bid. Hit strength obviously was not In clubs or spades, so ho undoubtedly held something in diamonds Toroorruw'B Problem A Q J 10 S 4 V10S · A 0 5 + J 9 4 * K 6 + Q 8 7 8 3 4 8 3 2 V Q 7 4 2 · 32 4A.1063 (Dealer. West East-West vulnerable ) After an opening bid of 1-Dla- mond by Went, how should tho bid* ding proceed? MISS LOUISE \\OLFE FCThD ON IIEK 21ST UIRTIIDAY In honor ol her twenty-first blrth- dny, Miss Louise Wolle was feted with .1 surprise porly Saturdiy evening nt the home of Patij Sod is in North Seventh street The party was filvcn by Mr Sodts and was an cnjoynblc cv cnt. - The cv cnlng was Tent at singing and dancing, after which n delicious lunch was served The table was adorned with larfiL birthday cake baked bj Miss Agnes Honiscl: and decorated with tvvcntv- onc candles The colors were green ,and white Twenty-five guests were present JENNIb LAYTON AUXILIARY WILL HAVE INSTALLATION The January meeting of the Jcnni ivtor, Auxiliary to tha Baltimore fe Ohio Veteran) Association will hold Tuesday night at 7 30 o'clock at .he B O Y M C A Installation of ofllcera will take !lnce T. Jordon, son ol Mr. and Mrs J R Mr Pau i soisson Mrs Klncaid Jordan of Johnstown, Wednesday ako won tne « pl g' Mrs George morning at St. Joseph's Church ofjccj e rece j v ed the draw prize The Johnstown. Rev. Kelvin Lynskcy. O , hostess served a dnmty lunch, as- S B, read the serv ice and officiated at nuptial high mas., Attendants were Mr. and Mrs William J Jordan* brother and sis- ter-m-law o£ the bridegroom The bride was graduated from the Hockwood High School and is employed at the store ot F W Woolworth Company, Johnstown The bridegroom, is a graduate of the Johnstown Catholic High School On their return from a wedding trip, to Washington, D C, Mr and Mrs Jordan will reside at 309 Messenger street, Johnstown, where the bridegroom is employed at the Colonial Service Station LODGE BALBO HEARS REPORT OF YULE WORK At its monthly meeting Sundiy afternoon at the Columbus Fraternal Hall, Lodge Balbo D Italia heard a - splendid report of its Christmas ac- "tivities U was also announced that Lodge Balbo gave the lirgest single donation to the Dante Orphimage at Concordville, Pa Miss Marie Prudente, worthy venerable, presided At the conclusion of the business session a delightful music.il program was prsentcd by Mrs Ro;»e Isoln. Bingo followed, pnrcs being won by Mrs. Marguerite Dclligatti, Miss Kc.se Sapanaro, and Mrs James JPrudcnte. Mrb Rose Isola served a delicious ,Junch, assisted by her aides, Mrs, Frances Hnnlon, Mrs Antoinette Basilone and Miss Rachel Isola, Hostesses fqr the February meeting _are Mrs. Raphael Prudente,-chair."man, Mrs Marguerite Delligatti, Mrs --Marguerite Rullt and Mrs^Chnstme "Natole. ~ -DOLORES BEEGLE BRIDE OF KENNETH SIUKEY , Miss Dolores Beegle, daughter of, -Mr. and Mrs ^Howard Beeogle of -Loucks avenue, Scottdale, and Kenneth Shirey, son ot Mr. and Mrs. "George Shircv olihis city, were mar- _rlcd Saturday evening at 8 30 o'clock -at St Bartholomew's., Episcopal Church of Scottdale Rev Frederick^ -C. P. Kurd performi'd the ceremony The wedding, marked by quiet simplicity, was attended by n few "close friends of the young couple There were no attendants _ ~ First M. E. Evenk. : A mea's recreation meeting will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock -at the church - -" A meeting of the- Sunday school board is scheduled for Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock _ _ -_ The Woman's Home'.md'Forcign Missionary societies will moot .Thursday afternoon nt 1 30 o'clock the home of Mrs. J 15 Henderson in East Cedar avenue A quilt display j);- Mrs Holland Picrsol will be a feature. AT mstillition dinner for the Brotheihood of Andrew and Philip will bo given Thursday evening at 6 30 o'clock at the church I ~ Mrs Pasqualc Gigliotti will entertain the Fidclis Clnss Fnd^ evening at 7 30 o'clock at her home in Isabella raid sistcd by her dauphter Norma The next meeting will bo held Fri- dny evening Januiry 21, at the home of Mrs Paul DeBolt In Hampton avenue, South Conncllsvillc, PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE GIVES BENEFIT PARTIES Large and enjoyable was a benefit card and bingo party given Saturday night by th2 Protected Hone Circle at P H C. Hall. Prizes were won by the following Five hundred-high, Mrs Sicsky, second, Mrs Eisley, third, Walter Shaw, bingo-high, Mrs. Williams, itcond, Mrs Thomas, IJiird, Mrb Lyda Moor', special--Miss Jo.m Whipkey, door-Miss Gladys Fowler. Lunch was served at (he close of the games The lodge save a similar party Thursday night, prices being won by She following Five hundred--high, Chris Sicsny, second, Harry Fette, third Mrs Siesky, bingo---high Mrs Josephine George, second, Mrs L S BHir, Louderback,, third, Mrs C C special bingo--Mrs Ann Williams; door--Miss Grace Koslnr. Lunch wis served First U B. Meetings A troop committee mootlnr o( Boy Scouts will bo held tonight at 7 30 o'clock at the church. The committee comprises W L Lape, chairman, S K'Huey, M A Mimman, William Warmuth, C A. Bceman, Chester_Bilslcy and. the pastor. Rev. t A Sehultr Scoutmaster and assistants are asked to attend. A meeting of thcCFrlcndshlp CKss will be. held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Ira Flesher, 110 South Fourth street, West Side The Tried and True Class will meet Tuesday night at the home of Miss Gcraldlne Leifihty on the SprinfiTlcId pike Miss Madeline Brooks uill be co-hostess The Goodfe'towship Bible ~_Class will_hnve charge of the mid-week .prayer service Wedncsdny night The regular meeting of the class will be held Friday night at 7 30 o'clock at the church Men's, Day "vill be observed next Sundny-The OUcrbein- Men's Brotherhood will be in charge of the service Sunday night New officers will be installed W B A to Meet Tuesday. Tho-regular meeting of the Woman's Benefit Atsociajion will be held Tuesday evening at 7 30 o clock at Odd Fellows Hall New officers will take their places for the ensuing year Coke Queen Lodge to Meet Coke Queen Lodge, Eadics' Auxiliary to tbc Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineins nnd Firemen will meet Thursday evening at the Baltimore Ohio Y M C A Rcbekalm (o Meet Edna Rcbckah Lodge will hold its regular meeting Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Hall Married Fifty Yean, Mr, and Mrs Henry VnnSickle \vcll known throughout Somerset county, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Mondav, J m- unry 3, at their home at Cas.selmin They were plcisnntly surprise when the members ot "he Lndios' and Men ; Bibie clashes of the Cissolman United Brethren Churc v cilled ot their home and presented them with a lovelv SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY WILL MEET TONIGHT The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Fay- cttc County Fish and Game Proteo live Association will meet this evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mn C Roy Miller, !01 East Washington avenue. GRADALF SORORITY WILL MEET THURSDAY MGIIT A meeting of the Gradalc Sorority will be held Thursday evening at 7 10 o'clock at the Phalanx room at the Baltimore Ohio Y. M C A. GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL WILL MEET TUESDAY The Girl Scout Council will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the Y M C A Mrs William M Fox, president, will preside. F O. M. to "Meet Friday. The F. O M Class will hold its business meeting ot the Methodist Protest mt Chureh Frulny evening Januiry 14 at 7 30 There will be spccnl music by Paul Heftlcy Members arc isked to come ind to bring their friends Robert Hcflley is president ot the class. Pickctt ClTiS Thursday The W W Pickctt Clnss of the Methodist Protestnnt Sunday Schoo' will meet Thursdiy evening nt 7 3( o'clock ot the chureh A feature wil, be a song -ind pniso service Members may bring friends Will Meet Tonicht. The Ladies' Auxilnry to the South Conncllsville Volunteer Fire Department will meet this evening it o'clock at the firemen's room A cart and bingo party will follow Democrat Women tc JMcct The monthly meeting of the Connellsville Woman's Democratic Club will be held tonight at 8 o'clock at tho Arlington Hotel with the president, Mrs TJelcn Roigan, in charge -- Will Meet Tuesday. The~"Mary E Dick Bible Clnss ol tho First United Presbyterian Churcl will meet Tuesdav night at the homo of Mrs Rilph B Hyitt In Soutl Pittsburgh street With Mrs Grace Adams The E L C E Society of th South Connellsnlle Evongeliea Church will meet Tuesdny evcnms, it 7 30 o'clock at the home of Mrs Grace Ado-": - Mcctlntr Cancelled There will be no January meeting ot the E B Martin Bible Class the First Baptiit Church. IPcrryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Jan 10--Mr and vlrs Jacob Echird and son Jerry of Jmontown visited Mr and Mrs R W Echard on Sunday Mr and Mrs, R B Dunn and dnuglitci Barbnia of Unlontown visited Mi and Mrs Rist S'immel on Sunday Miss June Picrsol and Mis Alex IVauph spent Mondiy in Pittsburgh Mr nnd Mrs John Pollock ot 3ayon, N J , and Mr ind Mrs Thomas Pollack of St ir Junction dined with Mr and Mis W P Lint on Mondiy A J Stoner of Woodbury, N J , vistcd his sister, Mis Joseph Wolfe on Tuesday Dr md Mis W R Vcrnon spent , Sundiy in Bobtown visiting Mr and Mrs T C London Joseph Foe and Bemlcc Kennedy of Uniontown visited Mr and Mrs Harold Stiicklcr on Mondiy, The Conuact Biidge Club met Wcdnerdiy night at the home of Mis H R Strickltr The cxlia guists were Mis J B Knox, Mrs R W Echnid, Mrs Joseph Wolfe nnd Mit H. D IBliir PUzes weio awarded Miss Ruth Elwell, Mrs R. R Stnck- ler and Mrs Knox You will fnd desirable homes and, home Liles advertised in our classified columns ifdrensi Colds Yield quicker to double action of J. O. r Clus to Meet The J O. C Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet after prayer m«ting Wednesday evening at the church The committee in charge is composed of Mrs Walter Slnw, chiirmin, Mrs Efflc Rlshcbirger, Mrs Sinh Rouzcr, Mrs Charles Storey and Mrs Eflle Sn ur. FREE Knitting Instructions Given Begins Tuesday Twin Son of Moore Family Dies Suddenly Divld Moore two years and two months old, son of Mr and Mrs John H Mooro of Portsmouth, Ohio, formerly of Conncllsville, died Sit- urday morning at the pircntal home after a buef illness The child first became ill with measles and croup developed. The infant Is survived by his pir- cnts, a twin sister, Doris, and a brother, John, Jr The body v\ ai removed to the home of James Houck at 706 Sycamore street Interment was made this afternoon in St Joseph's Cemetery Who Would Ever Dream Like These Could Sell for So Feted AfUr 50 Tears of Service. MEYFRSDALE, Jan. 10--Samuel B Philson, rounding out 50 years as secretary of the Sand Spring Water Company here, was feted by Louis M Weld, president, who cntcrtimed ibout 50 friends A fiold plaque was presented Mr. Philson. Son Born to Whlpke\i A son, weighing seven and a fourth pounds, was born Thursdiy morninj* to Mr and Mrs Forrest Whipkey of neir Pennivillc There arc now a boy ind two girls in the fimily Mrs Whipkey was formerly Miss Ola Harper R R Gnliam Die* GREENSBURG Jan 10--Robert R Graham, 62, proprietor of a cen- er.il store at South Grccnsburg for 20 jcirs, died Sunday morning at home at Greensburg, R, D 4. Legion Annual Minstrel Show Tuesday and Wednesday January 1 1 and 12 HIGH SCHOOL FOR EARLY BIRD CUSTOMERS WE HAVE AN OUSTANDING GROUPOF FUR COATS THAT ARE $79 TO $119.50 VALUES-FOR Up to 50% On Our Other Make no mistake about it--this Is a Fur Coat Event every \\oman should attend who -slants a really beautiful Fur Coat at splendid savings' Not only do we feature this fine group of different type furs at $69, but we feature savings up to 50% on formerly higher priced fur coats. Be sure and see our window. THIS WEEK ONLY Now You Can Own a Fine Fur Coat at Great Savings Xlckcts 50c (Itoservod south lOc extra) Starts at 8:15 GREATEST SALE EVER HELD IN CONNELLSVILLE! Save 1/3 to 1/2 BUY NOW! FREE! OM: no oji t\ ALL PAVER uith every room purchiscd. B u y one room--git one room free All 1937 papers must go (Specials not included ) 5000 ROLLS On the Sacrifice Table HcBiilarly lOc to SI blnglc roll, priced from 4c to 15c To Make Koom for New Stock AVIUlnins Pulnls PHOJiJ. 8J2OI SPOTTO'S VTST SIDE WALL TAPER 4 PAINT 813 W. Gran ford Ave Connellsvillc I'a Soft, Sturdy CANNON A s Gay and Cheery as sunshine after rain The laigost selling cotton nock stvle in Ameiiea. makes the ideal housefrock for eveij housevv if a--because Its Princess lines and tie back sash fit all figures. Alwa a neat and appeal ingly fresh. PRINTS -- CHECKS -- DOTS 11 to 30 sUes See Our Many Other Cotton Dresses from $1.00 to $1.98 Unusual Cotton and Linen Dresses-$2.98 to $5.95 ROOM LOTS Sidcwitll and Border for room* 10x12. If bought b the roll would c o s t SI 75 Turkish Towels Tree Dclhcrj! THOU WASHERS ea. Buy all \,ou need it this savings' 20\ 10 si/a touelb of v\hite ivith coloied botders 01 so,id colois Sale of Linen and Lace Pieces Doilleb, bridge sets and mam othei pieces that find it place in e v e i y home Wond e i t u l 7Q/» values' _ - . · yC your figure Let GOSSARD'S "MisSimpSscity' mold youthful lines The diagonal pull of the crossed back straps gives an effective uplift . . . and the boned front and back molds and smooths our "front" and "back " Svva- mee and lace bra, 12, 11 and 16 inch skirt length; low back huitable for evening \\eai. 33 to 42 sizes. 95c Value GRISWOLD Ciist Iron No. 7 Skillet-79c

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