PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COC'IUKK, CONNKLLSVILLK, PA MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1030. By L.YNNE B. KINCELL Loretta F. Hoover Wed at U.B. Church To Joseph McGinnis District Meeting Of D. of A. Will Be Held Here Thursday Misi Loretta F. Hoovu:, daughtci ot Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoover of Campbell avenue, became the bildc or Joseph L McGinnis, son of Mr and Mis. C. L McGinnis. of Last ConnellsviHc, at 5 o'clock Friday evening at the United Bicthien Church The ring ceremorv v. is performed, by the pastor, Rc\ E A Schultz. The bndc wore a teal blue crepe dress with navy blue accessories, and a shoulder corsage of bnarclifl rosebuds and lilies of the valley, tied with gold ribbon. Miss Thelma Ruth Kern and Lawrence Leonard were the only attendants. In honor ot the newlyttcds, Mrs. Hoover, mother ol the bride, entertained twenty Incnds at a turkey dinner Sunday. A large three-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bndc and bridegroom was the " centerpiece and slender white tapers -in crystal holders, tied-with pink ribbon, were placed at either end of the table Favors for the %vomcn were corsages and for the men, ^boutonnieres. - Mr. McGinnis and bride left for a two-week wedding trip to Mlaml^ " Fla On their return they will be - ot home in East Conncllsvillc. Mrs. Andrew Thomas Feted With Shower The Huey Llojd Bible Class of the West Leisenring Presbyterian Church gave a miscellaneous shower Friday 'night in honor of Mrs "Andrew Thomas, wife of Connellsvillo's chief of police. After the honoree had unwrapped a,variety of attractive gifts, the remainder of trie evening .was spent in a pleasant social manner, games being, among the diversions. Forty-three - guests _were , present. ,, Mrs. Thomas is the former Miss Bessie Dennis, daughter of Mre. George Dennis of West Lclxcnring. The qu 11 Icily mcctinR of Diituct No 2 of the Diufilittii of America will be held Ihuisdjy night nt Odd Fellows Temple The session \\ill begin at 7 30 o'clock and will be pit- sided oicr by District Dcputv Mrs Huth Geary, ti member of M mv. Sis- tci Council of Connclhxlllc One hundred persons me expected to attend Lodges included in the district arj Scottdnle, Mill Run, Point Marion, Vnndcrbllt, PcrrjopoHs, Dunbar and Connellsi illc MRS. G. R. KRUPP SPEAKS AT. C. C. CLASS MEETING A feature of the January meeting of the Christian Culture Cluass oi the United Presbyterian Church, held Friday night at the home of Mrs John Furtncy in Morton- avenue, was Â« short talk on "Policies of the Church," by Mrs. George B. Krupp Â·who stated that there are six church policies. The class decided lo form a prayer circle and to start a Bible reading contest at once. Each member is to offer a prayer at 10 o'clock every morning in her home, to be followed by a Bible leading starting with the New Testament. A report is to be given at the next meeting. The missionary committee reported a qlult of outlined animals which is being made by members of the class, will soon be ready for quilting It Was reported by the children's committee that two cards and a gift were sent to sick children of members of the class Atcr the business session there was a bake exchange in charge of the missionary committee Cookies, rolls, doughnuts, cinnamon and pecan rolls, wore exchanged. ' Â· A dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Clyde Lowcry, Mrs. Harry Mo Clain, Mrs Bert Conner, Mrs. Daisy Lchr and the hostess, Mrs. .Furtncy. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, February 17, at the home oÂ£ Mrs John White, Painter street, South Conncllsvillc. . ~ _ _ BETTY RINGI.EF., METBRSD/ULE GIRL, WEDS MERLE FLETCHER Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Betty Ringlcr, daughter of Mrs. Grace M. Ringler of Moyersdalo, and Merle Pletchcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fletcher of Garrett, which took place on Labor Day, September 4, 1938, at Stcu- bonvllle, Ohio, with Kev. Howard Zcis, pastor of St. Paul's Episcopal Church of that place, officiating. -- " Mr. and Mrs Jack Fletcher of Stcubenville. uncle and aunt of Mr. Pletchcr, were the only attendants. . A graduate of the Meyersdalc High School, Mrs Fletcher was high honor student of the Class of 1938. - Mr. Fletcher is a clerk for the Enterprise Supply Company at Garrett. The couple left for a belated honeymoon through, Ohio, returning January 10. They are residing with Mrs Pletchcr'i mother. | EUGENE SHIPLEY OF MILL RUN' I FETED WITH SURPRISE PARTY I A pleasant surprise birthday pni ty was held Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Bert Shipley oÂ£ Mill Run m honor of their son Eugene Fifty-six: guests were present arid Coined m extending con- Bratuiations to the honor guest and to wjsh him manj more happy birthdays _ Games and music -were the diversions of the evening The guest received many attractive gifts At a late hour, the hostess, assisted by Miss Dorothy Shipley, Kathiyn Bnrkley, Mrs James Friend and Mrs Chailcs Barklcy, served dninty lunch. Out-of-town cu",t- wcre from Normalville, ConncllsviUe Somerset and XJniontown D. D. D. CLUB MEMBERS PLAY CARDS, CHECKER! An enjoyable meeting the O D D Club was held Saturday evening a the home of Mrs Clyde Lowery o Chestnut street, with 12 members ir attendance. Following a short busi ness session, cards and Chines chsckcrs were enjoyed Prizes were awarded to Mrs Kelly Corvin, high and Mrs Martha Widcncr, draw Mrs James Soisson won the "pig. The hostess served lunch. The nest meeting will be Friday January 27, Tit the home of Mrs Fret Solsion of First street, South Con nellsvlllc, _ KE.VYO.V AUXILIARY PLANS COVERED-DISH SUPPER The Carrie Kenyon Auxiliary o the First Methodist Episcopal Churc will hold-a-covcredjtdlsh supper a 6 30 -olcloefc--Fndajrj-TOght at- th church Jnsten"d_ofnthe:38rsonagc a previously, announced--The regula meeting W. B. A. MEETING WILL BE FOLLOWED BY PARTY The Woman's Benefit Associatio will meet at 7 o'clock Tuesday nigh at Odd Fellows Hall, East Crawfor avenue. A party lor the public wl follow. LUTHERAN AID WILL MEET wrrn SIRS E. R. KOOSE The Ladies Aid Society of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet at 2 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ernest R. Kooser, 10714 Gallnntin avenue FRIDAY NIGHT Q CLUB MEE1S AT MILLER ROME The Friday Night Q Club was delightfully entertained Friday night at the home of Mrs G. E Miller at Liberty. Eleven members wore present. After a short business session, conducted by the president, Mrs. Hnrry Shalicnbcrgcr, a delicious I Ulrica was served by the hostess and j her daughter, Miss Gcraldlne The BARCLAY ON B R I D G E B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y Tho Authority on Authorities" GET MOKE DlbOABDS WHEN 5TOU HA VC B safe flt for cither of tÂ« o suits bid by our partner It \s visually bcttci to fa%or the one which is more cxcnly divided bcUM.cn Uic two hands Besides contributing more pliability to the problem, enabling your partner tho Setter choice bctuicn a cross-ruff- IK and a suit-establishing procedure, you Rl\o him on opportunity to obtain more discards of losers If tho unbalanced suit la on tho side. * K. J B Â» V 10 7 4 T 7 6 S K 10 2 Â·b 1 2 Q J 9 8 4 3 I? '! * S 3 A 9 4 Q 10 6 3 A Q J 3 0 3 (Dealer: Boot EMt-Wcst vul- ncnblc ) Hero was a caso in which North nad lus choice between hiving his partner play with e nine-curd trump suit divided on a basis of fl\ c cards In one hand and four in the other, and having nlno trumps divided on a bails of six nnd three North mnuo tha wrong choice though Ills pnrUicr clearly disclosed bin distribution. Eiat opened tnÂ» bidiiing with 3- South o\ crcxl cd with 2 Cluui, West passed. North mado a bad p iss when he should have bid 2.1;o trump. East lid 2-Spadcs, South 3-Dinmonds and Nortli 3-No trump After Easts pots South called 4-Dlamonds making It clear from tho rebld that t f e suit was of at leant a\o cards also letting North know that the clubs were a card longer because they had been named flrst On the unsound reasoning that the club suit must bo better be catitc K w.w shown before the dlarronds, North went from 4-Diamonds to 5Clubs West led the ipude 8 In answer to his partner a bid When the play was o\cr Nortli / r ot n. loison from his partner, who midc on ovcrlriclt because n hcirt v.aÂ» discarded from the dummy on tha diamonds South showed him that, with diamonds as trump.i. two hearts could have been discarded on the clubs because the suit v. as more unbalanced than the diamonds Tamorrovs'* 1'roblcm A Q 10 4 V K Q 7 B * J 0 2 K 0 5 A J 9 7 2 f A 2 Â» A 10 7 A A J 64 (Dealer. North. Neither side vul- neraMe ) With the spade 3 ltd against hU 2-No trump contract, which wan doubled by West, what card should South piny from dummy on thÂ« flnt trfclt, and why I ?ntofa Srtxlictee. !Â· Carl Leighty of Dunbar Weds Carmichaels Girl A quiet ceremony Tuesday, January 17, at the manse ot the Pres- iytcrlan Church at Winchester, Va, solemnised the marriage ot Miss Marie Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy o! Carmichaels, nnd Carl Lclghty of Dunbar. The single ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Ronald Wilson Ihc bride was graduated from the German Township High School with the Class of 1337, and is a student nurse at the Uniontown Hospital The bridegroom was graduated in 1929 from Dunbar Townihip High School and is employed by the City View Dairy at MMontown, where he and his bride are residing. LEGION AUXILIARY WILL MF.ET IN REGULAR SESSION The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 7 45 o'clock tonight at the Legion Home, North Pittsburg street A meeting of the executive committee composed of officers nnd chairmen of rtanding committees is called by the president, Mrs Miller W. Cowan, for 7 o'clock. ennsyivania Vlay Join On State's. Rights By United Press. HARRISBURG, Jan. 23 --Possibll y of Pennsylvania joining othe .atcs insisting on "states right" 1 cderal flood control developmcn Â·as seen today as an aftermath o ersonncl cuts in the Forests an r ater? Department Secretary C Albert Stcwar Immcd tKc departmental salary udget $92,000 a year by flrinc 6 erT, including 33 drawing allow anccs from the State's; $Â·! 900,000 floo ontrol appropriation at the rate 72,100 a year. Stewart said Governor Arthur H ames 1 Republican Administrate oped to determine soon its attltuc oward flood control work hi f the state s rifihts fight under wa Vermont, Oklahoma *nd othi tales Rcbckahs to Meet. The regular meeting of Edna Rc- bLkah Lodge will be held Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Hall Oncnsdale Club Meets. The Curiosity Club, composed of members of the Recreation Center of Owensdale, held its regular meeting Thursday night at the home of a member. Dorothy-- Gabryczak had charge and ali~-memberil- weic present. - Games -wefc jjiSybd and lunch was served Pffins were made -thg-^next meeting, Thursday nij;hl,-Januiry 26, place to be decided on. ~ Silver Anniversary. --Mr and Mrs, Walter Caton celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Saturday at their norm; at Un- lontoivn, a dinner for immediate members of the family be ng served. Mr Caton is a former employe of the Union Supply Company. Marriage Licenses Issued. Marriage-licenses were issued at Uniontown to Anthony John Mastl- huba and Jane Layhew of Uniontown and William Paul Gross and Blanche Elizabeth Kramer of Somerset. Famous Auctioneer Dies in Youngstown Cleveland Lawrence Cook, 54, of Baldwin township, Allegheny county, near Pittsburgh, one of the loremosl Â·mctionocrs in America, died Sunday 'n a Youngstown, Ohio, hospital after 5 three-day illness He was taken ill aboard n train while returning home. Cook was auctioneer when the effects of the once rich J. V. Thompson, Uniontown banker and coal baron were told several years ago. The funeral service will be hcl Wednesday. Past Chiefs to Elect. The Past Chiefs of Athens Temple of the Pythian Sisters will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Edith DeBoll of South Connellsville. Officers will be elected Members of Announced Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta will assemble Friday night at Odd Fellows HaJl for the rcguar session of the lodge. .. Plcketl Class Will Meet, Mrs Elirabcth Piper will cntcrlam the W W. Pickctl Class of the First Mfthodist Protestant Church Thursday night at her home in East Peach ittLCt Will Entertain Club- James Lewellen will cntcr- remiiinder of the evening was given I tain the D B Club tonight .it the ) Mrs over to bingo The following received prizes' MR. Ida Hunker, Mrs Paul Collins and Miss Stouffer MrÂ« C S Harper was awarded the club pn^o The ntxt meeting will be held Friday evening, Februiry 3, nt the home of Mrs Kathcrine Patterson at Libciti homo of her parents Mi. and Mrs . T ohn Pierce, on the Spnngfield pike G L A Meeting Announced. The regular meeting of Mcrch.int Division No 70, G 1 A to the B of L E, v.ni be held -it 2 o clod' Wcdncsdij afteinoon it Elks Hall With Mrs. L. E. Wclllnt. The R W B. Club of the Daugh- tcri of America will meet Tuesdiy evening at the home of Mrs. L E Welling, East Murphy avenue The committee consists of Mrs \Vollinj? Mrs Nell Rose Poshnrd, Mrs Catherine Smi'l Rltcnour Â»nd Mrs Carrie \V1U Ilold Fart}... TUe. Women's AUUliai} lo South Cocnellsville Volunteer the Fire Tri-Town Sportsmen Will Meet Thursday A meeting of tho Tri-Town Sports men's Association has been called fo 8 o'clock Thursday night at Lint 1 electric shop at Vandcrbllt. A large attendance is urged be cause, Secretary George F. Boyer said, a vote'will be taken on a pro posal to become affiliated with th Fayette County Fish Gome Pro tectivc Association Sues for Divorce. UNIONTOWN, Jan 23 -- Non Fisher ot Connellsvllle, R D, fllcc divorce action here against Gcorg E Fisher of Dunbar township, charg ing cruelties and Indignities The were married here April 11, 193: On petition of the wife, Judge II. A Cottom issued a rule on Uic hujbnn to show came why he should not pa, counsel Ices of $200, a support of $4 monthly to his wife and child durlr the divorce piocccdings Donora Girl in Movies. DONORA, Jan 23.--Talentcc Jacquelin Ossko, Donora dancln and dramatic student, has bee signed on a seven-year contract b Paramount Studios of HollywoO' She attracted favorable attentio while attending the American Schoo of Ballet in Cleveland and dramat classes nt Carnegie Tech Mis Ossko is scheduled to begin work o a picture in Fobiuary Company v.111 hold a card party tonight at tho Aremcn's looms - Licensed to Wed Andv Scmancik of Taj cue county and Joonm Tordy of Pi.tod-ile v\crc licensed to m i n y at Gicciibbur*. SMOKER Tuesday, January 24 K. of C. HALL Cltlzi-ni Mtlonil Bank Buildlne. EVTERTAINJIENT REFRESHMENTS Condition Improved. Condition of Ewing Upton, son rtr. and Mrs. Clarence Upton ummit, freshman at Dunbar Town hip High School tvho had his eg amputated after it had bee rushed in n bus-truck collision Fr ay aftcraocn, was reported at Con icllsvUle State Hospital today good" Another Big Shipment of "CHINESE CHECKERS' Hurry in for yours--only 98c Bring Your Baby , t In Each Week We've Everything in Baby Furniture High Chairs $5.98, $8.98 Nursery Chairs $2.98 Baby Beds $8,98, $10.98 Also Tiny Pens Swings, Teeter llcbes, Auto Scuts Â·ri $1.00 Handmade Dresses Infants' Dresses, special 74c 54c Handmade Slips Infants' Long Sleeve \ZV Z % Wool Vests 29eto$1.00 39c "Dad" Albright Recovers. John S (Dad) Albright, editor of ho Uniontown Evening Genius and Jnlontown corrcspond^rt of The Courier, returned to his duties this morning after having guttered in- urle 1 ! when struck by an automobile vhilc crossing a Uniontown street Thursday evening. Dr. Herrlngton Improves. Dr. L. 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