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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 11, 1938
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r ,, TOT! DAILY COtTRTER. CONNELLSVTLI,E, PA 'TUIfibDAY, J A N U A R Y 11, 133S. Firemen's Auxiliary Arranges for Annual Program for District Youth Council Meeting T j At its regular meeting Monday ~ ' nlght,~tho Ladies' Auxiliary to_ the _ South Conncllsvillc Volunteer Fire n: Company planned for its annual ban~ quet to bo held Tuesday evening, Z. January 38, at 7 o'clock at- Crawford r Tea _ Room, South Pittsburg street 7 Reservations arc t:~be made with Mrs. Ambrose Saisson, chairman of ~~ the banquet, by Wednesday Itjvvas JT reported that the president, Mrs , A Youth Council meeting o£ the annarv 1 8 McKccsport district 'will be held anUdly I O Saturday at the Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church at Uniontown, concluding with a banquet at 6 30 o'clock with Rev Seesc ot Homc- George Baiter, is 111 After the meeting the auxiliary -- held a successful card and bingo -- party at the firemen's rooms, prizes ~ awarded as follows Five hundred--- high, Mrs. J. M McWilllams, second, - Frank'Elig, third, Mrs "William Gir~ ard, bingo--high, Mrs. P J. Splshak; -- second, Mrs. J W Ward; third, Mis -- O. F. Thomas; special bingo--high, 1 Mrs J. R. Shipley, second, Mrs. Ken-* ncth Meyers, door--Mrs Pearl ^ Moore. The party was well attended and after served. ·the games lunch was :. Ida Mart, Former Local £ Girl, to Wed Ohio Man ^ Mr. and Mrs Simon Mart of Mil-- waukee, Wis, formerly of Connolls- viUe, have issued invitations for the - marriage of their dnugnter, Miss Ida Mart, to Henry Rich, son of Mr and - Mrs. Samuel Rich of. Cleveland, Ohio. The wedding will takt place Sunday evening, January 23, at 7 30 o'clock at the Temple on the Heights on Mayflcld and Lee road, Cleveland Heights Miss Anna Shulman o! tins city and Miss Sara Mart will l» bridesmaid Aaron Mart will serve as best man. Miss Sarah Kinjbi.rsky of New York, formerly of Connellsville, will be among the guests at the wedding Mr. Rich and bride .will spend their honeymoon in Florida On their return they will reside in Cleveland, where Mr Rich is n merchant Miss Mart was graduated in 1932 from the Conncllsville High School Nvith highest honors She was a member of the National Honor Society and the Girl Reserves of the High School. stead Park as the mnm speaker and Judge J W Dawson toastmastcr. The complete program ii 10-10 30--Registration 10 30-11--Devotional period, in charge of L A. Carter, president of McKccsport District Epworth of the League 11-11.45--Rev. J. S Brownlee, pastor of the Tirst Baptist Church, Connellsville Theme 'Christ in Everyday Living" 11 45-1 30--Lunch 1 30-2--Song service and devotional meeting, directed by Sarah Livingston of Phillips. 2-4--Addresses by eminent ministers--Rev E L. BoctUchcr, Mon- csscn. Theme. "Youth's Personal Christ. Rev H C Rer ion, Asbury Church, Uniontown. riiemc. "Problems of Youth in the Hwr.c" Hev F O. Civ istOjJier, West Newton Theme "?rol lems of Youth in the Church " Rev L S. Elliott, First Church, Conncllsvillc Theme. ' Problems of Youth in the Community." 4-6--Discussion Forum. 6 30--Banquet. Reservations already have been received from M.Keesport, Scottdale, Mcyersdale, Conncllsville and Point Marion SPORTSMFN'S AUXILIARY PLANS VALENTINE PARTY The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Fay- ettc County Fish and Games Protective Association met Monday night at the home of Mrs C. Roy Miller in East Washington avenue Plans were made for n valentine pirty en Monday evening, February 14, nt the home of Mrs F. H Smith, 509 Race street. Tho next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Wheeler Miles at South ConneUsvllle. GRADALE SORORITY WILL MEET AT MODEL HOME The Grndalo Sorority will meet Thursday evening at the West Pcnn Model Home The meeting will begin Many invitations to the wedding PTM»«** at 7 30 °' clock were received in Connellsille and vicinity, With Sirs. S. U. Morris. Missionary Circle No 3 of tho Methodist Protestant Church -v, jmcet Wednesday afternoon at 2 at the home of Mrs. Stanley Morris in South Eighth street, MRS J F. KURR SPEAKER AT W. C. 1 V. MEETING Mrs J French Kerr was the principal speaker at tho January meet- I Greenwood ing of the Conncllsville Woman's I Christian Temperance Union which Daughters of Ruth to Meet, was held Mondny evcnng at the | The Daughters of Ruth Bible Class homo of Mrs. J B Kerns in New - t O f Trinity Lutheran Church will myer avenue. Her subject was "Legislature Set Ur in Harnsburg ' Mrs. Al\erda Kennedy, president, ·was in charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Clark Pope conducted the devotionals, her subject being "Religious Education and Evangelistic." Miss Virgama Moore played a clarinet solo in a pleasing manner. Her sister, MJSS Evelyn Moore, was at the piano. Mrs J. S Dcwiler, ·who had been ill, wns reported improved Mrs L B Thatcher has recovered from an Illness and is able to be out Mrs M. J. Taylor was readmitted to the Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh The meeting closed with the W. C. T. U. benediction The hostess, assisted by Mrs Ellen Newcomer, served a dainty lunch The February meeting will be held nt the home of Mrs.' Kerr in East Foirvicw avenue. TEN DUCES CLUB MEETS WITH MARIAN A .HARRIS Thu Ten Duces Club held Its jfirst meeting of the year, Monday.^, cvs- ning at the home of Miss .'..Marian Aline Harris in SouitLt-Prospect street. -A brief business meeting was held followed by a social hour at which time dancing and games" were enjoyed Prizes were oworded --to Miss Mildred Enany_and Miss_Norma Jean Gray. _ Later lunch_ was-served by Miss Hams' mother,.Mrs J , H Hams. The da.te and meeting, place--of the next mceilng ·wEL.Jjo_r,ani)ounccd later. The club~ls composed ot ! sroup of High School girls.7r._. r, j. L. pRotrorrr CLASS r WILL MEET THURSDAY. The J"E.Troudnt"~Clais--of the First Presbyterian Church "will meet Thursday night nt the home of Mrs. C. E Goe, 230 South-Eighth. street7 Greenwood The time is 8_o'clock. Mrs Goe, Mrs. Robert Hooper, Mrs W. O. Bailey and Mrs ^ F. Mortz compose the-committee Mrs V. C. Fossclrqan,--will conduct,, the devotionals. _ . - - C. D. OF A. BUSINESS ANNOUNCED The regular business meeting _'of Court Annunciate, Catholic Daughters, will lie held Thursday evening al 8 o'clod in the K. of C. rooms. H. L. Club Wilt Meet. The H. L. Club will meet tonight at the homo of Mrs. John Lowery, East Washington avenue. Meeting Postponed. The American Legion Junior Auxiliary ' will meet on Tuesday night, January 18, Instead of tonight A. Forcmnu Beaut} Slioppe Permonents $1.00 Shampoo nnd Ifiiir Cut, both for 33c Phono 2038-31" meet this evening ot the home of Mrs- W. H. Hctrick, 110 West Patterson avenue. ·Wednesday Nleht Club. Mrs. William Grieve ot Hjndmnn street, South ConneUavillc, will entertain tho Wednesday Night Club at her home tomorrow evening. B. B. B. Club to Meet. The B B B. Club ,\vlll meet Wednesday night at the home of Mrs Ambrose Soisson in Atlas avenue. South ConnellsviUe. Dames of Malta to Meet. Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta will meet Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. 'Value of a Soul" Mi. Olive Revival _-_. Jopic This .Evening The revival services of tho Mounl Olive Umfed-Brethren Church will continue"this "evening with the subject, "The Value of A Soul." Rev, William Ritchey, pastor, is in charge Special music will be rendered by Ihe choir.- - Americans Wed at Sea SPORTSMEN GIVE TESTIMONIAL FOR _,, t KENNET_H A..REID Sportsmermriends of Kenneth A Held gathered Saturday evening at the home of MrV and Mrs. James H Banning in Grandvicw avenue in r testimonial to Mr." Reid, who will go to Chicago next week to become executive secretary of the Izaak Walton League of America -- In connection with lunch, prepared and served by members of the Con- TieUsyille Chapter of the Izaak Wpl- tonJLeague, Mr Reid was presented with a set of pipes. _ ~~ Install Pastor Thursday. -MEYERSDALE, Jtm. 11.--Rev. DeWitt L. Miller of Cleveland, recently elected: pastor of" the Church of Brethren to succeed Rev. George L Detwllcr, resigned, -win be installed Thursday night by Rev. Tobias F. Henry of Jobnstowa Turkcvfoot Elects. CONFLUENCE, Jan. 11--J. M Critchfteld was elected president of the .Tuikeyfoot Game and Fish Association with George Groft vice- president and Ken Williams secretary. Plans were advanced for the annual banquet .- CARD PARTY ~'500" and Bingo A-nsplcrs Dunbar Jr. O. U. A. M., JUNIOR RAIX, DUNBAK, Wednesday Xtelit. .Tan. 12th Helen Schlcy, of Plamfidd, H '., and a H. Cnckcnborg, superintendent of schools at Elmsford, l T., vrero married in mid-Atlantic by Cnpt Giles C. Stcadman, aboiire tho liner Washington. Tho wedding was performed on iie -wcddlnjr anniversary ot tho brido's parents as tho luxury liner iras speeding from Wew York to Qneenstown. Capt. Steadman Is at ii«i ncht of the happy pair. (Ctntral Prm) Slew Her Facher Dorothy Schacffer, 18 years old and pretty, is held bj Jersey City, N. J., police, charged -with the murder of her father. Police say the plunged a carving knife In-xj him, ending a quarrel orer a shopping trip. She pictured as aha was arrested. (CmtralPrm) 'Warm Recepiion" For Kid Elopers; Left Home Friday By United Press. BREMEN, Ind, Jan U --The parents, of Echvlna Keyser, 13, and Lowell Mast, 14, eighth grade classmates believed to have (.loped to a stale where they cm be wed, said today the children will receive a "warm reception" when they return home "I'm very worried," the girl's mother said. "I'll be glad to have th m back, married or not" The children have not been heird from since they disappeared in an automobile owned by Edwina's parents. Notes written in a childish scrawl by Edvv ma supported the pircnts" belief the two definitely planned marriage "We found the notes in a magazine m Lowell s room " Wilbur Mast, the boy's father, sjld "We think we know Tor bure they went aw ay to get mnrrled " One of the notes, apparently written while Edwma was attending school, said - "You're not going to back on me now, are you Lowell 9 ' I know a town about the size of Plymouth Ind, in New York where if we «tay three days we can be married " Another note- suggested they might also be married in Tennessee or Kentucky,. The notes were written on paper supplied at the little Bremen school State and" local police arc searching for the children Authorities in Kentucky, where Lowell 1$ acquainted, ateo were askcd_to aid in the iearch, Iowa's First Band Traced. DES MOINES, l a , Jan 11--The federal Writers project has disclosed that tho first recorded appearance of a bind m Iowa was at Davenport in 1841 It consisted of a bugler and clarinet player, who furnished the musical inspiration for the first territorial Whig convention at the LaClaire house Admitted to Bar. ' UNIONTOWN, Jan 13 -^Jesse Hutson, son ot William Hutson, school principal here, Mondny was admitted to the Fayette county bar Motion for his admission wax made by Attorney David E. Bane The U. S. Rubber Co. presents on C. B. S. Network BEN BERNIE and al! the Lads ·»Uh Jnne PIcKons, J« Lohr mid Build) Clark WED., 9:30 p. m., M'JAS OPPERMANN'S SUPREME SERVICE Opp. Went Penn Terminal Phone 1252 Mrs. Max Rackoff Dies of Illness Af New Kensington Mrs,. Pauline B Rackoff, 47 years old, wife of Max Rnckoff, formerly widely-known rcsidcrts of Cpnnclls- ville and for years proprietors of a women's %v earing appearcl store here, died at 3 5 ) o clock Monday afternoon at her home at 1040 Woodbury «nd at New Kensington. She had never fully recovered from an opera- lion which she underwent some months ag* and was confined to her bed two weeks prior to her death Mrs Rackoff, n daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sol Silvcrmnn of New Kensington, was born at Neustadt, Poland and vvhtn their children were small Mr. and Mrs. Silverrmn came to the United States and settled at Dunbar. Mrs. Rackoff had been a resident of Conncllsvillc for about 15 years up to the time the family removed to New Kensington last August and during the residence here she was very active in club, i.ocial and civic affairs She Ind pirrlcipatcd in operation of the women's store in West Crawford avenue and at tho present business sito in North PitUsburg street. She was a member of Bnai Israel Synagogue, a former president of tho Conncilsvillo Section of the Council of Jewish Women, a former second vice-president of tho Woman's Culture Club, a member of the Americ-m Legion Auxiliary, the Connellsville Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Stir and and the Woman's Auxiliary to tho Conncllsville State Hospital She was especially active and interested in the work of tho Jewish Religious School while residing here Her pleasing personality and her kind manner won for her the friendship and esteem of all with whom she came in contact Besido her husband Mrs. Rackoft is survived by three children, Herbert, T student at University of Pittsburgh and a former member of the Conntllsville High School debating tenm and Raymond and Frances, ni hom« Her parents and the following brothers and sisters, also survive Attorney Sidney Siherm.m and Oscar Silvcrman, both of New Kensington, Mrs Gertrude Raff of Ch irlcs- ton. W. Va, Mrs Mildred Bcrkman of Pittsburgh and Mrs Jcannette Ward of Ha'tford, Conn. The funeral service will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock ai the family home with Rabbi Rose of Pittsburgh and Rabbi Irving M Wjldcn of the Bnal Israel Synagogue of Conncilsvillo ofTlci iting Buna will be in Millvnle Cemetery Friends are requested to plmsc omit flowers Felon Freed and Given Dog. SAN QUENT1N, Cal, Jan 11 -Warden Court Smith of San Quentm penitentiary rcafllrmcd the doctrin* that "dog is man's best friend" when George W Smith, granted a parole after 17 jears imprisonment, was al lowed to take with him his closes friend Buddy, a dog that was born In the prison eight years ago and attached itself to Smith ever since MEN LOVE GIRLS WfiTH PEP If 700 are peppy and full of fun, men will In- T)ia you to danca anil parUd. UUT. It you ar* CT099. llfitaa and tired, men won't b« Intcratrd Men don t Ilk* 'qtilet* KlrU. For tfarco rencrallonj one- woman Tjat told ·"".*«' tOf w r ·ralllnr throuzb" with Lydla P I' Vptetalle Compound It helpm Nntum tono up tho ayutem, Uiua Irarn- iity tho dlscomforta from th-j functional dla- ordera which women muit cr duro Make a nolo NOW to ,a i bottlo ot world- ftrfS"?, PJ.nkhama Compound today WITHOUT FAH. from your Jruxc-it-- m or« than a v o m o n tav ° wr l tlcn I" letters re- BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBITTKN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities" VITAL INTKRI'EREISCH, WEAK HAND3 vrflh a fairly long suit make bctti r non-vulnor- able ovcrcalla thnn evenly balanced ones with a ( b i t more honor strength The Irtttir may be of value defensively if tho opponents arc allowed to go unimpeded to 11 high place, whereas no such likelihood confronts the bidder when he has little more than fair suit length Th"Ji a call of Mi salt may act as or intcrfcrtnce bid and to'w tho monkey vvrcrch into the works for opponents \\ ho otherwise may be destined to secure plenty of points 4 Q J 10 6 « + K 5 VK 383 4 . Q 8 7 5 2 V Q 1 4 2 '· · 32 4. A 10 6 3 (Dealer. West East-West nerablc.) This deal arose in a. recent duplicate and at some tables the East- West players arrived at a no trump #arao whereas at others the bld- «lng stopped at 3-DIamonds Each West opened the bidding with 1-Diamond Where the North vul- .,*. o ,, F LQ £.UHl Did C1UDS, West rcbid the diamonds and East went to 3-No Trump Some pairs failed to reach thl« contract because of an Interference bid by North Where a spade Wis the ovcrcall after Uic opening bid, some East players bid the club*, South raised the spades and the West players merely rcb'd the diamonds, as with only one stopper In spades and lacking 1 the diamond A they feared the consequences. East felt obliged to pasa this As North was not vulnerable, the feeling was that the bid could not be penalized greatly and might prove valuable, which it did · · · Tomorrow's Problem V A Q 10 6 3 + A7 4Q108 » J 7 5 * Q 10 6 * 3 + K 6 + K 9 7 6 4 3 VNona (Dealer West. Eait-Weat vulnerable ) How should West play to make his contract ot 3-Hcarts, doubled, after th« lead of the spade J? Married to Three Allen Proctor . . . married to throe womca Pleading guilty to polygamy charges brought by his third wife, Allen Proctor, Boston waiter, was ordered held m jail ponding disposition of his case Jan. 23. Tto third wlfo insisted she still him. ---Ccnzrai Preo* School Buses Placed Under Martin Kearns In Dunbar Township Martin J. Kearns was placed in change of buses of the district at Monday night's meeting of the Dunbar Township School Board. He was named by Chairman Harry B Ainslcy of the property committee, who said that all repairs must be authorized by Mr Reams. The high school's emergency lighting system is antiquated and will not work, Superintendent R. K. Smith reported. The secretary was instructed to contact various firms to get specifications and quotations A communication urging creation of n school band was tabled The directors voted to meet in regular session in the future on the third Tuesday of the month, the next to be held on February 15 at 7 o'clock. Johnstown Gets Kiwanis Meeting Dy United PTCM. HARRISBURG, Jan 11--Trustees of the Pennsylvania Kiwanis district have selected JohnUovvn as the 1933 convention city, it was announced list night. Peter R Wcimer, Connellsvilli 1 , president, said a realignment of the 10 divisions of the Stile is contemplated, the lirgcr districts to be reduced and the smaller ones to be enlarged A budget ot $7,208 for 1938 and a convention budget of $857 were ndoptcd by the trustees and Miss Miry Glover, St Maos, was reap- pomtcd assistant secretary for three years. Dunibar Township Likely "In Red" When Year Ends Dunbai (Township School District will cloiclthe current fiscal «ar on June 30 JUtvvcen $25 000 and $35,000 "in the red," according to estimates of Superintendent R K Smith and Board Picsident Clyde S E. Martin at Mondjy night's meeting of the directors The superintendent said 1 that the \ deficit vv uld approximate $25,000 and Mr Mai tin indicated that it would ag| regale "about $35,000 " The pr-sident said that funds probably would have to be borrowed from Uut btnlc when the board meets next month Est mot-'s were voiced as the president hunched a pressing inquiry into Ihc sytcm of bookkeeping, con- ^ tending that information listed on copies }f minutes of meetings sent to the directors apparently did not always orrcspond with the'report of the superintendent Several instance' of errors in typewriting and rccoid entries were brought out in the (itestlon'ng Trc superintendent urged that the rnerr b *r.j make arrangements to go lo the school office at a convenient time so that tho records could be gone over in minute detail with the office secretary. Distribution of expended amounts Intc the various departments as pro- vidad by the budget was gone over in detail Mulac Funeral Wednesday. The funeral service for Robert A, Mulac, w'dcly-knovvn musician and postal worker, who died suddenly Monday morning, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late home at 402 South Eighth street, West Side. Rev. A R Mansberger, pastor of the First Methodist Protestant Church, will officiate. Interment VMll be in Dlckcrson Run Union Cemetery in charge of Funeral Director John H. D Sibel. Gets Glass Contract. PI'TSBURGH, Jan. 1.--The Pittsburgh Plate Glaas Company has ob- tainoi the contract for safety glass to bi used in the new low-priced Hudjon car model which the Hudson company recently announced, H. S. Wherrett, president of the glass company, said today. Supervisors Meet Tomorrow. GHEENSBUHG, Jon. 31--Supervisors and auditors of Westmoreland county will meoi in annual convention here tomorrow ..,when you cn turn the month* ol waiting Into cue »nd comfort , Avoid unnecessaryj( patn and alter regrets c f a ? preparing y o u r E body now tor that d tar n toaby s coming A mas-F zag« medium nnd aklnC lubricant, called Moth- fi «·*· Friend, helps tor relieve and prevent^ _ _. skin tightness, abdominal tisane breaks . .dry skin, caked breasts ..after delivery wrinkle* Uother'aFr land refreshes and tone* tho sfcln tissues and muscler, 3t makes them iupple pliant and clastic. 3t U Klontinc In composition--composed oZ upcclfti olla anil highly bcneflcUl In- credleuts--external*j aptfud--pure and. mafa.Quickly atuorbod Delightful to uo. Highly praised by user*, many doctor* and nurse*. Time-tested for over GO years. Millions o2 bottles iold Try It tonight. Just ask any druggist for Mother'a Friend. VlCKS -TRO-NOI. --o few drcps up --rub on throat, chest, and back al bodtimt Legion Annual Minstrel Show 1 7 Tuesday and Wednesday January 11 and HIGH SCHOOL 12 Tickets 50c (Kcscrved scuts lOc c\trn) Show Sfnrfs, nt 8:15 ALL RIGHT, I'll. TfcKE HER BACK IF PROMISE TO GO TO COOKINS SCHOOL AND LEARN HOWJ TO SBRX/B MEAUS MEN Should Attend this fascinating, practical three day school--new recipes-modern methods--electric kitchen COURIER COOKING SCHOOL Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-Jan. 19, 20 21 9:30-11:30 A. M.-ORPHEUM THEATRE Y O U R E L E C T R I C A L A P P L I A N C E D E A L E R S

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