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SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 193D. THIS DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLB. PA. f AGE THREE. Among the Churches TRINITY EPISCOPAL East Fairview avenue, Henning O. Danielson, rector--Evening prayer at 7:30. Boy's choir rehearsal Friday at 4 o'clock. CHURCH OF BRETHREN Vine and Nowmyer, F. A. Myers, pastor, 407, East Green street--Unified service at 9:45; divine worship; sermon by Rev. L. R. Fox of Mount Pleasant; school sessions. Evening preaching hour, 7:30 sermon by the pastor on "The Great Alternative." Young people's meeting at 6:45, subject of study, "Know Your Church." Congregation Roll Call a! Vanderbill Tomorrow Morning TRINITY REFORMED Corner Pittsburg and Green streets, C. George Shupc, pastor--9:45 A. M., Sunday school hour, "Peter Denies His Lord": 11, sermon, "A Sabbaih Days Journey"; 7:30 P. M., sermon, "Lessons From the Winter Season." FERRYOPOLIS CHRISTIAN All members and friends of Pcrry- opolis Christian Church urged to be present at special service at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. , PAYNE A. M. E. H. D. Lowber, pastor--9:30 A. M., Sunday school; 11, "subject, "Peter's Question and Answer." At 8 P. M., Â· worship. Monday, 8 P. M., church meeting. Wednesday, 8 P. M., prayer meeting. DUNBAR M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M., Willis Craig, superinten^ dent; preaching at 11, subject "ThÂ« Altar of God and Its Significance.' Epworth League, 7 P. M., subject "Youth and the Church"; preaching, 7:30, subject "Contentment, Or Gain Or Loss." Mid-week prayer service, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. CHRISTIAN Merrill L. Cadwell, pastor--Bible school, 9:30 A. M.; morning worship, 10:40 o'clock, "Can You Change Your Mind?" Christian Endeavor will meet at 5:30 P. M. for fireside tea. Miss Eleanor Roland of High School faculty will be guest speaker. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock in the Martha Norton Room. "We are studying some of 'The Basic Beliefs Jesus.' The subject for the eve- ng is 'Jesus Believed in Growth, 1 " ev. Cadwell said. GOSPEL. TABERNACLE Christian and Missionary Alliance, 18 Porter avenue, Wylie E. Smith, istor--9:45, Sunday school; 11, orning worship; 6:30, young poo- e; 7:30, missionary service, Rev. W. Gunthcr. FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg street and Morton venue, George R. Krupp, minister-- ibie school, 9:45 A. M. Morning orship at 11; Sacrament of the ord's Supper. Pioneer Society, 2:30 M. Y. P. C. U., 6:30. Evening worship, 7:30; theme, "A Peculiar cople." Mid-week service of pray- r and praise Wednesday evening, :45 o'clock. O. GREENWOOD M. E. G. Cook, pastor--Preaching 9:30 A. M., Sunday school, 10:30, su- perinendent, W. S. Behanna; Junior" League, 6:15, superintendent, Mrs. A. C. Hcrwick: Epworth League 6:45; president, Harold Kooser. CHURCH OF GOD Buchanan Circuit, G. W. Byrnes , pastor, residence 1119 West Crawfor 'avenue. Breakneck--Sunday school, 10 A M.; preaching service, by pastor, 11 A. M.; preaching service, by R Denecn, 7:30 P. M.; mid-week serv- ,ice, Wednesday evening, 7:30. , Buchanan--Sunday school, 10 A M.; Christian Endeavor, 7:30 P. M. Â·mid-week service, 7:30 P. M. ' Clinton--Sunday school, 10 A. M. Christian Endeavor, 7 P. M.: evangel' "istie service, 7:30 P. M. Special re viv-'. services will continue all nex week at 7:30 P. M. PRESBYTERL-'lN . Leisenring No. 1, William Hamil ' ton, minister--Church service, 9:41 A. M., sermon subject, "Influence" Â· Church School, 10:30 A. M., Bibli Study Class for men and women theme "He Went Back on His Lead or," Rev. Hamilton teacher and Mrs Carrie Riggar superintendent. PRESBYTERIAN West Leisenring, William Hamil ton, minister--Sunday.school, 9:45 A. -M., R. K. Warnock supcrintendem Y. P. service, 6:45 P. M.; church service, 7:30 P. M.; Imperial Mai Quartet will sing three selections. S. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN South , Pittsburg and East Grce st-'eels, Karl H. J. Schoenborn pastor -- Bible school a't 9:45 wit} classes for all ages, James H. Lucke superintendent, lesson subject "Pete Denies His Lord." Morning worshi ct 11 o'clock with sermon by paste entitled "The Faith of the Friends, Christian Endeavor at 6:30, mectin for purposes of reorganization, paste to lead meeting and conduct buslnes session. Evcncning worship servic at 7:30 o'clock, pastor to preach o "They Got What They Wanted." HIGHLAND BAPTIST S. M. Haymer, minister--Sunda school, 10 A. M., Bertha Jones, su perintendent; regular morning and o'clock services. Beginning Januar 23, Rev. J. H. Robinson will con duct a week's meeting. GERMAN LUTHERAN Paul E. Porath, pastor--Sunda school, 9 A. M.; hour of worshi; 10:15 A. M.; theme of sermons: Ger man, "Was wirkt die Hcrrlichke des Herrn in seinen Christen?", Eng lish, "The Epiphany." Ladies' Ai will meet Sunday afternoon, January 29, at the home of Mrs. Adop Prcmus. Catechetical instructio Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock. MfiTIIODIST EPISCOPAL Services at the Philip G. Cochra Memorial Church at Dawson follow 1:45 A. M., "Abiding in Christ." A 7:30 P. M., "Helping Jesus to Bea His Cross," by Dr. Charleswortl Revival service at the evening hou of worship. Come! UNITED BRETHREN Faycttc Charge, linistcr. W. J. Ritchey, Mount Olive--Sunday school, 10 A. 1.; worship, 11; Y. P. S. C. E., 7:30 M. Prayer-meeting, Tuesday, :30 P. M. Brotherhood, Monday,, :30 P. M. Fairview--Sunday school, 10 A. I.; union prayer-meeting, 2 P. M. East End--Sunday school, 9:45 A. il.; C. E., 6:30 P. M.; worship, 7:30 'clock. Congiegation of Eabl Liberty Presbyterian Church at Vandcrbilt will use the following order of service for its worship nt U o'clock Sunday morning: Prelude, Mibi Grace Snyder, pianist. Processional hymn, "Rue Up O Men of God," festal song. Hymn, "Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus." Openng sentences, by the pastor, S. Kenneth Johnson. "Gloria Patn," response by the Girls' Chorus. -. Old Testament lesson. Anthem, "The Lord's My Shepherd." New Testament lesson. Choir, "Christ of the Upward Way." Pastoral prayer. Offering and doxology. Roll call of members. Hymn, "Blest Be the Tie Tha Binds." Benediction. Recessional hymn, "Heralds o Christ," The choir, under the direction of C. C. Collins, is prepared to offer several selected numbers, and wil' be assisted by the girls' chorus. Both choirs' will be vested for the iervice Instead of the usual sermon the pastor, S. Kenneth Johnson, will cal the names on the church mcmber.shi] roll. The purpose of this procedure is to acquaint individual mcmbci. with the entire congregation. Every member is requested to be prcscn in order to answer to his* name. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hctzcl Building, 126 West Craword avenue--Sunday service, 10:45 . M. Wednesday evening service at o'clock. Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. ubjcct of lesson sermon, "Truth." Jolden text, Deuteronomy 32:34. Responsive reading, Psalms 96:2-13. A free reading room is maintained n the same building where author- zed Christian Science literaure may e read or borrowed and is open each 'People Learn By Failures," Says Rev. L. I, Elliot Jonday, Wednesday rom 3,to 4 o'clock. and Friday FIRST UNITED BRETHREN Lincoln avenue at Race street, Slmer A. Sehultz, minister--Unified service of worship and Bible school, 1:30 to 11:25 A. M.; sermon by pastor. Bible study lesson, "Peter Denies His Lord." Junior, Senior and intermediate C. E., 6:30 P. M. Evening service, 7:30 o'clock. New Haven Hose Company and city firemen as guests for annual firemen's memorial service; special music by men's quartet and Kifcrlc's orches- FIRST EVANGELICAL E. I. Mankamyer, pastor--Sunday school, 9:30, classes for all ages; morning worship, 10:30, subject "A Christian and Loyalty." South Con- ncllsville Firemen's Memorial sen-ice at 7:30 P. -M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30. Class in "What Evangelicals Believe," Wednesday at 8:30 P. .M. ROCKY MOUNT BAPTIST Wm. Lambert, pastor--Sunday morning service, 11 o'clock; Sunday school, 12:30. Special service for young people, 7:30 P. M. Dcvotionals, 7:15, led by Deacons Luther Wormack and Wm. Geater. "How to Fail Successfully" will be the subject of the Sunday morning sermon nt the Fir.st Methodist Episcopal Church. There will be special music by the senior choir, di- iccted by Miss Helen Grey, with Mrs. L. G. Hoover at the organ. "People have learned by wise use of their failures." Rev. Elliott says. "Even il we fail always, and nev;r succeed, there is a chance that what we do may have success m others. There have been people who found their only ndjustiflcation in lives beyond their dny. Men who gather their inspiration from n vision they have of the future. Men who could say with David 'I had failed unless I had believed to sec the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.' A wise football coach said to his freshman class 'mcst of your football life will be spent in falling.' To learn to fail successfully we must realize that most of our life is spent in being violently tackled, ;md in the Ijnguagc of the football conch, we could say to youth todny 'you must learn how to be tackled, how to fail, how to fall, in order lo win the gnmc of life.'" Evening service at 4:30 o'clock, for workers in the loyalty campaign which will start February 5, and run until Easter, April 9. FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT A. R. Mansberger, pastor--Class meeting, 9 A. M.; Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.; church worship, 10:45 A. M., sermon, "The Inevitable Word." Intermediate Christian Endeavor, 6 P. M.; Senior Christian Endeavor, 6:45 P. M.; topic, "Ways of Using the Bible." Evening service at 7:30, sermon, "The Christ of the Soul." Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. CHURCH OF N'AZARENE Vanderbilt, A. V. Mountford, pastor--9:30, Bible school and special message to Sunday school by Rev. W. J. Strack; 6, Y. P. prayer meeting; 6:30, Y." P. service; 7:30, evangelistic service. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. VANDERBILT M. E. CHARGE Joseph M. Somcrs, pastor. Vanderbilt M. E.--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M., G. W. Brady, superintendent. Preaching service, 11, R. M. Fellow Workers with God. Junior League, 2:30 P. M., Mrs. Somers in charge. Senior Epworth League, 6:30 P. M. Wednesday evening prayer- meeting, 7:30 P. M., followed by choir practice. Jacobs Creek M. E.--Communion service, 9:30 A. M. Sunday school, 30:30 A. M,. Paul Snyder, superintendent. Epworth League, 6:30 P. M. Preaching service, 7:30 P. M., Miss Mae Webster, guest speaker. Ser- vices every night during week except Saturday. Wesley Chapel--Sunday school, 10:30 A. M., Miss Jennie Hodge, superintendent. Epworth League, 6:30 P. M. Prayer-mceUng, Thursday evening, 7:30 P. M. TRINITY LUTHERAN Fairview avenue, W. H. Hctrick, D.D., pastor--Class in the catechism, 9 A. M. Sunday school, 10 A. M., lesson, "Peter Denies His Lord." Morning church worship, 11 A. M., sermon, "The Yoke of Christ." Luther League, 6:40 P. M., topic, "Book Study," leader, Betty Guthric. Eve- nl ig church worship, 7:30 P. M Junior choir will sing. Sermon, nexl in series now presented, "Should There Be No Heaven?" Holy Communion, January 29. MOUNT ZION BAPTIST Rev. R. D. Epps, pastor--Bible school, 10:30, devotional conducted by officers. 11:15, sermon Â· by the pastor, "Christian Progress Is the Demand of the Hour." Frank Hicks, choir director, will conduct the music. 6:30, B. Y. P., U. S. Gantz, leader. 8 o'clock, Rev. A. J. Woods the evangelist, will preach. The pastor requests all officers and members to meet in a special congregational meeting after the morning services. He also urges all officers to be present on Wednesday night for prayer-meeting. Finds Wife Murdered. INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 21.--Body of blond Mrs. C. Lclah Romlg. 54, hoi skull crushed with a little clav hammer, was found lying in clotted blood on a bed in her small apartment by her husband, Daniel, 28 when he returned home from work in a downtown store. Che (Soliett Cest From Yesterday's Last Edition J. F-Seafs/'Pittsburgh, G-Man, Will Speak At Open Meeting of Woman's Culture Club "Let him that thlnkcth he standcth take liccd lest ho tail."--I Cor. ' Inthlaiu 10:12. Ralph -B. "Hyatt Is Feted on Birthday With Turkey Dinner Ralph B. Hyatt was feted with a surprise birthday dinner Wednesday evening at his home in South Pittsburg street with all members of the annual fishing pnrty, with the exception of William C. Driscoll, in attendance. The affair was planned by Mrs. Hyatt and daughter, Miss Betty. Covers were laid for-eight guests at an attractively appointed table. Turkey with all the trimmings was Peter Denies His Lord HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON (The International Uniform Leason on the above topic for Jan. 22 U Luke 22: 31-34; 54, 62, the Golden Text being 1 Corinthians 10: 12, "Let him that thinkcth he standclh take heed lest he fall.") BY NEWMAN CAMPBELL THE LESSON today tells the sad atory of how Simon Peter, the "beloved disciple", was disloyal to his Master. It was like this: Jesus knew, of course, that eventually His enemies would arrest and put Him to death. The high priests were always trying to trip Him so that they would have nn excuse to arrest Him. But Jesus, while always preaching what He knew to oe the right, was clever In giving them ju.it the right answers so that the priests had no excuse for taking Him into custody. However. Jesus knew that sooner or later He would be token, and He often referred to it in Hia talks with His disciples. Now He knew Peter very much better than Peter knew himself. He knew that Peter was a fine man. but that temptation might overcome him. And so He told him that Satan was trying to snare him, but that He. Christ, was praying- for him. But Peter, very sure of himself and of his love and loyally to Christ, answered, "Lord, I am ready to go with Thee, both into prison, und to death." Jcsui probably smiled sadly as he answered: "I tell thee. Peter. the cock shall not crow this day, before that thou shalt thrice deny thnt thou knowcst me." Then Jesus was arrested nnd taken to the high priest's house, and Peter followed them. The men took Him into the hall and they built a lire in the middle, thereof. and sat down nnd talked. Peter sat with the rest. A young girl looked at him and said, "This man also was with Him." Fearful of being taken. Peter, without thinking, answered hastily, "Woman, I know Him not." Then o. man occused him of being one of Jesus' followers, one again he said he was not; and yet a third person said, "Of a truth ijjs. King this fellow also was with Him: for he is a Oalilcfji." Again Peter denied it, and ji'at at that moment a cock crew. T lat sound brought to Peter's mir.d what Jesus had told him, and as he glanced up ho saw Chrlsl looking' sadly at him, and he went out and wept. It must have been a bitter moment to him. It is so easy to talk of our love and faithfulness, but when we Srow afraid for our safety or our lives, we turn cowards. This Is the only time that Peter failed, and he fluttered from it, probably all his life. But you must remember, too. that Peter ha(J fought for his Lord when the soldiers came to arrest Him. St. Luke tells it. and says that when the soldiers came Peter took a sword and sliced off the ear of one. But Jesus rebuked him for his violence and healed the man who was hurt. Peter, too. was forgiven for this iln and lived to do a great deal of good in the world. But Judas, who betrayed his Master to the Roman soldiers, destroyed himself when ho realized what he had done. It was this same evening,earlier, that the disciples had eaten tho Keast of the Passover with their Master, and Jesus had told them that "the hand of him who bc- trayeth Me is with Mo on the table." He had sent His disciples ahead to prepare the feast, and when all wore seatod at the table HÂ« had taken bread and broken It and given it to them and said, "This is my body which is given for you. This do In remembrance of me." And taking the cup of wine. He said. "This cup Is the testament in my blood, which is shed for you." How con we lay such strong foundations* for our characters that we do not fail In crises, as Peter hod failed? Well, we obey the laws of bodily health to make our bodies strong and resistant to disease. And we con obey moral laws to make our souls strong. We can do as Jesus said when He told the parable of the man who built his house on the rock, digging its foundations deep, so that when the flood rose It could not be shaken. :Â»tum Syndicate. Inc. At an open meeting of the Y.'om- an's Culture Club Monday afternoon, John F. Sears, Pittsburgh's chief oi the G.-Men, will be the guest speaker. Mr. Scais, in charge of the Pitts- buigh division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will tell oÂ£ his work and his tall: promises to be of exceptional interest. All interested, including men and women, arc invited. Mrs. Ira D. Younkin will be leader and Mrs. A. C. Stickel will have charge of the music. Hostesses arc 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 : joms at the Carnegie Free Library and will open at 2 o'clock with a business session. Mrs. B. H. Wil- scrved. Mr. Hyatt received a large , ard fircs idcnt, will have charge. birthday cake covered with white _____^_ frosting and topped with a large question mark. One of the party. p. Â· \J anmir t Wifp later remarked "and there were no L-ALlQ .INdlllldlU, W lie questions asked!" In behalf of the guests, Charles R. Kunkle, Jr., the youngest of the party, presented the guest of honor with a fishing rod and reel. Cards were played throughout the remainder of the evening. CHRISTIAN PHILATIIEAS DISCUSS SUPPER PLANS Mrs. George Percy entertained the Philathca 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 Charlcsworth offered prayer and read the Scripture. Mrs. Ross J. Medcalf, president, was in charge of the business session at which plans were discussed for the fellowship dinner to be served Wednesday evening, February 1, at the social room of the church. A social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Percy, Mrs. James Soisson and Mrs. Willard Pierce served lunch. Observe Twenty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary Firs! M. E. Church Prepares 10-Week Loyalty Campaign A 10-week loyalty campaign will open February 5, and run until April 9 in the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The campaign will include every department, class, and individual of the church, it is announced. An intensive study of the program, attendance and support of every group in the church will be made during the campaign. Enlistment Sunday is tomorrow when the members of the church and church school will enlist their presence, talent and support during the 10-week campaign. Officers have been elected to represent the various groups of the church, who will conduct the enlistment Sunday program. Officers for the campaign arc: Herbert J. Richtcr, general chairman; Allison R. Marshall, chairman of men; Beatrice Dawson, chairman of women; Ruth Blacka, chairman of youny people; Betty Mitchell, chairman senior girls; Billy Blacka, chairman senior boys; Margaret Lashinsky, chairman intermediate jtirls: Jack Senor, chairman intermediate boys; Frances Van Norman, chairman ot, juniors. Roll call Sunday, January 29, will be the lost day of preparation and the day in which the full membership of the church and church school will be asked to enroll for 10 weeks. Junior Choir To Sing At Trinity Lutheran Church Special Sermon Series For the next sermon in the series showing how absurd arc the conclusions reached to doubts on questions about the future life, Heaven and hell, the junior choir of Trinity Lutheran Church will have charge of the music Sunday night, Dr. Hetrick's theme will be "Suppose There Is No Heaven? What Then?" In the morning at 11 o'clock" the message will be on "The Yoke of Christ." GAMES AND LUNCH FEATURE FRIENDSHIP CLUB MEETNG The Friendship Club met Thursday night at the home ot Mrs. W. D. Long m South Pititsburg 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" was received by Mrs. Sadie McClintock. Mrs. Wilson also received the door prize. The hostoss served a dainty lunch. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John F. Lewis in South Prospect street. In honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Mr. and M.-s. Etzio Nannini, well-known couple o* Connellsvillc, were feted with a delightful party, planned by members of a club with which they are affiliated, Thursday night at tehir home, 521 Race street. The evening was spent in a pleasant social manner. A dainty lunch was served. The prettily appointed table was graced with an attractive anniversary cake decorated with silver flowers and the inscription; "25th Anniversary," in silver. Favors were small silver baskets, each containing a red rose. The honored couple received many gifts of silver flowers, and other remembrances ;also many anniversary cards and congratulatory telegrams from relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nnnnini located in Connellsville in 1910 and wjth the exception of two years, spent at Jeannctte, have since resided here. They have one son, Elio, a student at the University of Richmond, Richmond, Va. Mr. Nannini is connected with the Fort Pitt Brewing Company. DAWSON B. Y. P. U. \\TLL SHOW CAMP CORBLY SLIDES The B. Y. P. U. of the Dawson Baptist Church will show slides of Camp Corbly, a Baptist camp, at the regular meeting to be held 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. Rev. Witherspoon AI Dawson Church Sunday Preaching service will be held at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening at the Dawson Presbyterian Church. Rev. J. W. Witherspoon, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Scottdale, will deliver the sermon. President's Dime Shower. President Franklin D. Roosevelt next week will begin receiving the greeting cards, each containing 10 dimes to be used in aiding the fight against infantile paralysis, which various "March of Dimes" committees are sponsoring in observance of the President's birthdays. Gibson Class Meets. Meeting Friday night at the home ot Misses Beatrice and Lcona Etling, the Gibson Memorial Sunday School Class of Dawson elected the following officers for the coming year: President, Miss Margaret McCracken; vice-president, .Miss. Leona Etling; secretary, . Miss . Frances Krepps; treasurer, Miss Beatrice Etling, reelected. The class planned to make and sell dust caps. Ten members and the teacher, Mrs. Josephine Rearick, were present. At a late hour the hostess served a dainty lunch. The hostess/and place for the next meeting, February 10, will be. announced later. J1ARTHA NORTON CLASS MEETS WITH MRS. W. II. BERGER Mrs. W. H. Berfioi' was hostess at the January meeting of the Martha Norton Bible Class of the First Christian Church Thursday afternoon at her home in ' Vine street. President of the class, Mrs. Bergcr, 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 Miss Anna Graver of the Cleveland Orphanage, for the Christmas box sent to the orphanage last December. At the close of the meeting the January committee composed of Mrs. George Blackstonc, chairman, Mrs. A. E. Dumbauld, Mrs. Larmar J. Stillwagon, Mrs. George W. Stauffer and Mrs. Robert L. Werner, served dainty refreshments. . ' The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Paul H. Bcigh- Jey, East Cedar-avenue. Personal Mention Peter Denies His Lord ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON , Scripture--Luke 22:31-34, 54-62.. By Alfred J. Bueacher ," Jesus tei Peter that before the" cock shall crow this day, three times wi that he knows his Lord. ic. COCK i The soldiers take Jesus and lead Him to . Questioned on being a disciple of Jesus. Peter goes out, weeping bitterly, and will ho the high priest's house, while Peter fol- three times does Peter deny It. and even prays for strength to resist temptation. rd - Â»wÂ» and watches from far oa. ' while h* speaks, the cock crows. ' (GOLDEN TEXT--I Corinthians 10:13.) Mrs. Mary Purcell has returned to her home in Boston, Mass., after spending two months at the home of her mother, Mrs. Louise Holliday, of East Orchard avenue. Mrs. Purcell was called here by th.j death of a sister, Miss Nellie Holiday. Mrs. Thomas Daughcrty of Wheeling, W. Va., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Harriet V, Franks, of Jefferson street. Mrs. John Invin of Dawson was admitted to the Uniontown .Hospital for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Beal have returned to their home in Race street after a four-day visit in Harrisburg. Miss Katheryn Herman of Gibson avenue visited Mrs. J. Donald Marietta at Dunbar Wednesday evening. Mrs. Charles A. Crowley and daughter, Miss Betty, of East Cedar avenue visited in Pittsburgh Thursday. Mrs. Louis Genovese of Uniontown is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DeMarco, oJ South Arch street this week. Raymond Ellcnbergcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellcnberger, is ill at his home in Morrcll avenue, Greenwood. Mrs. Samuel Mong of South Pittsburg street went to Uniontown this afternoon to spend a couple of days with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Porter. She will also visit her mother-in-law, Mrs. Alice B. Mong, who is ill at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hansell. Mrs. Ella Sohncr of Barberton, Ohio, who was called here by the death of her t.-other-in-law, William Henry, of Poplar Grove, is visiting at the home of "Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Leichlitcr of Jeilerson "street Mrs. Sohner, an aunt of Â·Mr.-LeichJilcr.- wlll also visit her sister,"Mrs." Alice J. Osborn. Mrs. Dudley Woods of McKeesport is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Mc- MRS. HUGH STILLWAGON IS HOSTESS TO EMANON CLUB The Emanon Club was delightfullly entertained Thursday night by Mrs. Hugh Stillwagon 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 delicious lunch. A towel shower - m honor of the birthday of Mrs. Frank-' Freeman was held. Mrs. William Fagan and Miss Kathcrine Patrick were guests of the club. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, February 2, at the home ot Mrs. Russell Vaughn, Norfa First street, West Side. SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY WILL HIKE TO REDDMORE The Woman's Auxiliary to the Fayette County Fish Game Protective Association will hike to Reid- more Tuesday. The hike wns planned by Mrs. Pauline Gallagher and is for all members who care to participate. They are to meet not later than 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Willis Walker, South .Arch street. Dinner will be cooked in the woods. Birds will be studied. Since the cold, wcatbor, Mrs. Gallagher has been feeding at least two dozen red birds, who eat daily from three second story window sills ot the Gallagher home in Blackstonc sve-. MEETING OF LEGION UNIT EXECUTIVES IS CALLED Mrs. Miller W. Cowan, president of the American Legion Auxiliary has called a special meeting of the executive committee for 7 o'clock Monday night at the Legion Home. All officers and chairmen of standing committees are requested to attend. The regular meeting will be held at 7:45. A delegate to the quarterly Tri-County . Council . t o - b e -held- Wednesday, February 1, at Charleroi, will be elected. Mrs. James B. Casey' of Philadelphia, State president, will attend this-meeting. Marriage Announced. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Velma Jean Lcich- liter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leichliter of Scarights Cross roads, and John Edward Osborne of Upper Middletown, Thursday, December 22, at Cumberland, Md. Rev. A. K, Flora, pastor of the Baptist Church, officiated. The couple will reside |CleUand, of. South Pjttebjurg street. |with the bride's parents.