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January 13, 1938

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rro THE DAILY COURIKR. CONNET-.LSVILILE. PA THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 3 938. Miss Sam/i Homer of Mt. Pleasant Will Sing at Meeting of Mozart Music Cluh Miss Sarah Hornei of Mount Pleasant will be tho guest artist at n meeting of thc Mozarf Music CJub to be held Monday evening at 8 .o'clock at its rooms in North Plltsburg street Mrs. J.. Montgomery Dilworth will be the accompanist.- Mrs. Samuel B DeMerell will conduct tberprogrnm, which _is ."Opera." Mrs. E. W. Heavner Is New Head of G. I. A. of Mrs. Daun_~E Nutc, president, will preside over thc businoss^culon. -^ " MrsTRSquale GIgliotti, Mrs. Florence Hucy and Miss Susan Hicks will bc thc hostesses. CALVIN JAYNES, WIFE, WED HERE 45 YEARS AGO, " ·- OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY The forty-fifth wedding anniversary, of Mr and Mrs Calvin Jaynes ot Nemacolln and thc sixtj-third birthday annlveisary of Mrs. Jaynes worejcclcbratcd Saturday evening at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs William Connois at Nemacolm Mr. and Mrs. Jaynos wcro mnrrlcd in Conncllsvlllc on Cfiristmas~Evc, "December" 24, 1802, jby Rev. James A. Maxwell, then "pastor of tho" First Baptist Church. Mrs. Jaynes' birthday falling on January C, children, relatives and friends secretly planned thc joint celebration. Blnpo and cards were thc main diversions of thc evening.- A delicious lunch was served Thc, center of the table was graced with a beautiful birthday cake, embellished-with s'xty-threc candles t Fifty-two guests were present. "Thc honored couple received many gifts Mr; and Mrs Jaynes are former residents of "Wheeler and have a number of relatives and friends In tiiis vicinity. _r _ PARTY WILL BK "GIVEN - _~_BY SPORTSMEN'S UNIT The Ladles' Auixliary to the Fayette County Fish and Game Protective Association vvill give a paity Tuesday evening, January IS, at the home of Mrs. WheeiT Miles at South ConnellsviUc. _ The ·_ party is for Members and_the.r friends. Five hundred will be played. Those planning to attend are to notify Mrs. William Bradley, telephone 211-R Books were audited Wednesday h-i Installation of officers featured the regular meeting of Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A 1o the B. of L. E , held Wednesday afternoon at Elks Hall In the absence of the past president, Mrs J. B. Koins, Mrs. John Collins was the installing officer. -She_was assisted by Mrs B. W. McCartney, chaplain, Mrs. Harry Vnnstone, marshal,- and Mrs. Jesse Soliday, musician w , Officers Jnstalle4 arc' President, Mrs. E. W. Heavner; vice-president, Mrs. Jesse Solldny, secretary, Mrs. Josephine Mcrandn; treasurer, Mrs. Lauia Tike, relief secretary, Mrs. Harry Vanstone; chaplain, Mrs C. H. Weisgcrber, guide, Mrs. A. J. McMullen, sentinel, Mrs. Jesse Whaley; flag bearer, Mrs H W. DeBolt, musician, Mrs. O. A. Travis; crescent marshal, Mrs. John Collins; star marshal, Mrs. J. H. MI'ls; pillars, sobriety, Mrs R. T. Cunningham; truth, Mrs. E A. Dunn; justice, Mrs. B. W. McCaitney; morality, Mrs R. S. Brashcar; press reporter, Mrs. Vanstone. The auxiliary received an invitation to n union meeting to be held Thursday, January 20, at Hazclwood, with Division 59 hostess Copper King Weds Fourth Col. and Mrs. Robert Guggenheim are shown on their yaeht at Miami, Fla,, shortly after their mamtre on board. It was Col. Guggenheim's fourth marriage. The bride is tha former Mrs. Rebecca Polltrd van Lcnnop, member of an old Virginia family. (Central Prest) ROLLER SKATING PARTY PLANNED FOR TONIGHT Plans for the roller skating party for You-ig People's Class of the Church of the Brethren to be held this evening at 10 o'clock nt Means' Skating R i n k were completed Wednesday evening nt a brief business meeting, held nt the home of the DOROTHEA PORTER BECOMES | cac i,cr. Rev F. A. Myers, of East BRIDE OF ELLIS COTTOM' G rccn strcct Miss Dorothea Porter, teacher at the Hulltown school, Lower Tyrone William Myers, president, presided over the session Plans for a by thc class in the near township, became the bride of Ellis chlckcn and ua(IU , di ,,, bc Cottom, son of Mr, and Mrs. Dctmar Cottom of near Dawson, at a quiet but pretty wedding Wednesday evening at 6 45 o'clock at the parsonage of Philip G Cochrnn Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church at Dawson , ut wcre forraulalcd EPWORT1I LEAGUERS WILL ATTLND SERVICE TONIGHT Rev. Dr. Thomas Charleswoith, pas- ' Members of the ConnellsviUc Sub- tor, officiated, using thc ring sorvice. I District of the Epworth League of the Mrs. Charlcsworth witnessed the I Methodist Episcopal Church will .it- tend the special serwco tonight at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs Cottom will reside with the former's parents The bride's home is" at California, Pa MISS GLADYS POSTER is HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB Miss Gladys Poster _ entertained the Committee Contract Bridge Tuesday evening at her home James Cochian M. E Church at Van- dcrbilt. Thc leaguer., will sing. The league is observing Win Mv Chum Week DOROTHY MARIE FRETTS WEDS ARCHIE HAHBARGER Miss Dorothy Marie Frctts of Scottdalc and Archie E Harbargcr of The "president, Mrs. R. T. Sullivan, named the following committees for thc_coming year. Social--Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. F. A Pitsch and Mrs. Willis Walker. Educational--Mrs. Wheeler Miles, Mrs ;Davld Mullen and Mrs. Kath- iyn. Parks. Membership--Mrs Paulino Gal- laghcr, Mrs. F. H. Smith and Mrs C. Boy Miller. Auditing--Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Pitsch and Mrs. Miles. Hiking--Mrs Sullivan, Mrs Bradley and Mrs. Livingston. B. B. B. CLUB HOLDS DELIGHTFUL MEETING Tho B. B. B. Club met Wednesday night at the homo of Mrs. Ambrose Solsson at South ConnellsviUc All members and throe guests, Miss Alice Burns, Miss Betty Cole and Bobby Solsson, were present. After n short business session, bingo was played Prizes were won by Mrs. Carroll B. Fisher. Miss Wlnona Hall and Mrs. W. J. Porterflcld. Guest prizes were given to Miss Burns and Miss Betty Cole. Tha hostess served a delicious lunch There was a grab bag containing a ten-cent gift for members and guests. Thc February meeting will be held at thc home of Mrs Albert Orndorff of Gibson avenue. - - ~. were in attendance. Bridge was played throughoutrihe evening with Miss Beatrice Volkla receiving the prize. ~T.z___ Later a chicken and biscuit supper was served by the hostess. Appointments were in keeping with the valentine season. Thc club will meet Friday evening with Miss Rose Barren. SUCCESSFUL BENEFIT PARTY GIVEN BY KEYSTONE CLXJB Thc Keystone Club gave a successful five hundred and bingo party Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Temple Prizes were won by the following: Five hundred--high, Mrs Clara Ranker, second, Harvey Hoover; third, Mrs. J. W. Eislcy; bingo-high, Mrs. Wanetta Blair; second, Mrs. Violet Orbin; third, Mrs. Joscph- T. N". T. CLUB MEETS - - - _ WITH MISS JUNE TORT Miss June Port entertained the T. N. T Club Tuesday night at her home in Jefferson street. After a short business session the evening was devoted to five hundred. Plgh prize was awarded to -Mrs. Edna Rulli, d-aw to Mrs. Cecilia Micheais and low to Miss Eleanor Harvey Miss Harvey was feted with a Rift shower in honor of her birthday. A dainty lunch wa r served b the hostess, assisted my Miss Mary Elizabeth Vest. The next meeting will be held nt thc home of Mrs. Eveljn Miller In thc North End WEDNESDAY NITE CLUB NAMES MRS. WILLIAM; GRIEVE HEAD Mri. William Grieve entertained the Wednesd.ij Kite Club Wednesday night at her home at South Connellsville. Two tables were called into play for five hundred. Mrs. Edward Dye and Mrs. Blair Younkin won prizes. After the games a short business session was held and new officers elected as follows: President, Mrs. William Grieve; treasurer, M« J. E Schcll. recording secretary, Mrs. Harry Clawson. Thc hostess served lunch Thc next meeting will be held at thc home o! Mis Anna Lutz, West Green strcct. Will Meet Friday. Thc Gleaners Class of thc Church ot the Brethren Mill hold ats regular business, meeting Friday cvcnlna nt S o'clock nt the home of Mr. and Mrs J. G Slclghtcr, 1207 West Crawford avenue. A. Foroinnn licnut} Shoppo Permanents $1.00 Shampoo nnd Hnir Set, both for 35o . Phono 203501 second, Mrs J. M Rltchey. The party was exceptionally well attended and after thc games lunch was served. SUPREME REGENT TO ATTEND C. D. OF A. CONFERENCE Miss Mary C. Duffy, supreme regent of the Catholic Daughter of America, will bc guest of honor nt a regional conference to be held Sunday, January 30, at thc William Pcnn Hotel,., Pittsburgh Miss Frances Mahcr of Knnc, State regent, will preside and Miss Margaret McHugh of Uniontown, vice-State regent, will bc toastmastcr. Miss Alice Jolly of Carnegie, State treasurer, will bc in charge of the junior program. Miss Cecelia McHugh, district deputy, is general chairman S. C, CLASS WILT- MEET AT CRITCIIFIELD HOME Thc Stella Cunningham Class of the First Methodist Protestant Sunday School will meet Friday night nt the home of Mrs D L Critchfleld, 2G5 East Crawford avenue One birthday anniversary will bc observed. Names of "rainbow sisters" will be revealed In ten cents gifts. A. K. WATJGAMAN TO SPEAK AT Y. T. C. MEETING A K. Waugaman will be the guest speaker at a meeting of the Youth's Temperance Council to be held Friday evening at 7 30 o'clock at the First Baptist Church All members arc requested to bring dues. Visitors are welcome With Mrs. J. C. Moore. The Friendship Club will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs J. C. Moore, 213 East Cedar avenue marriage Mondn even by Justice of the Peace John E Smith of Lower Tyrone township TRI-COUNTY COUNCIL WILL MEUT AT BROWNSVILLE Thc quarterly meeting of thc Trl- County Council of thc American Legion Auxiliary will bc held Wednerday, February 2, at Brownsville. PRISCILLA SEWING CIRCLE TO SII-HT FRIDAY MGHT Mrs Harry Anscll will entertain thc Prlscillu Sewing Circle Friday night at her home at Poplar Grove. Gradale Sorority to Meet, The regular meeting of the Gra- dalc Sorority will be held this evening at 7 30 o cloek at thc West Pcnn Model Home Instead of the Baltimore Ohio Y M. C A. as previously announced There will be a demonstration of electrical nppli- E\cr Faithful Class. The Ever Faithful Class of tnc S o u t h Conncllsvlllc Evangelical Church will meet Friday night at the church parsonage with Misses Mir- garet and Mary Harr hostesses Mrs Ralph Davidson will !ave charge of the entertainment. Choir practice will follow thc mectir.S- Marriage Announced. , - Announcement is made ot the marriage of Miss Catherine Jean Elsey of Smlthflcld and Clyde Davis of Greensboro on Saturdiy, January 1, at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Lindley Shearei, of Syca- Wlll Meet Friday. The Dorcas Fancywork Club wll meet Friday night at the home of Mrs E H Fcnstermachcr in Davidson avenue. SERVICE TONIGHT AT MOUNT OLIVE Rev William J. Rltchey, pastor of the Mount Olive United Brethren Church, will speak on "The Curse of Sin" nt tonight's revival meeting there. There will bo special music by the choir The public Is Invited to attend. Babe Born at Hospital. MOUNT PLEASANT. Jan. 13.--A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kostelnlk of United at Frick Memorial Hospital at 1 50 oclock this morning ueh mote County Inter-Allied Congress lo Hear Talk BySen.J.J.Haluska State Senator John J H.iluika of Cambria county will addrcs.s the Fayetlo County Intcr-AHicd ContfrCM tonight at St Rita Hall on the West Side. Road Supervisors Gather Saturday UNIONTOWN, Jan 13 --The annual convention of thc Faycttc County Koad Supervisors and Auditors Association will bo held in thc auditorium of thc Courthouse on Saturday, beginning at 10 o'clock in thc morning. President J D. Moats will be in thc chair and thc speakers will Include Judge nosi S. Matthews, Superintendent VanRlper In charge of al! State township roads, and Secretary H A Thompson of thc State Association. Dinner will bc served in thc Thud Presbyterian Church at 12 o'clock with a special program of speaking and music. Thc afternoon period starts at J 30 o'clock. CROWDS ATTEND DAWSON REVIVAL Revival meetings at Philip G Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church at Dawson are continuing with unabated Interest. Each sen Ice Is attracting a large crowd. The attcndnnce Wednesday night was exceptionally good Thc men's Bible Class attended in a body Members from Bryan and Hickory Square churches were also present Dr. Thomas Charlesworth, pastor, delivered thc sermon. Rev A H. Mansberger, pastor o( the Methodist Protestant Chureh of Connellsville, occupied thc pulpit on Monday nifiht and Rev Homer C Renton, pastor of Asburj Methodist Episcopal Church of Uniontown Tuesday nlRht Tre meetings will continue each night and Surday will be Decision Day. OWENSDALE MOTOR ACTION SETTLED UNIONTOWN, Jan 13--Suit for $1,500 damages as a result of an automobile accident was settled ou of court today upon ngreement oJ counsel Peter B nnd Louise M Smith of Owensdale for themselves and their nine-year-old daughter, Prlscilla rought thc money from Ralph Neisham of West Newton after the car struck the girl last September 28 near he-r home The child s glasses were shattered and she suffcrcc numerous lacerations Upon agreement a judgment was entered against Nelsham for $190 The parents agreed to pay $15 to Dr V P. Pifula of $1650 to Dr L. W Connellsvllle. Evcrson anc Carpenter of File Club Petition. UNIONTOWN, Jan 13--Directors filed a petition today for a charter for thc Legion Club of Belle Vcrnon BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBTTTEN FOE CENTB/U. PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities'* NOTHING 1O COtJNT ON WHEN A PLAYER passes t. hand on which he should make an opening bid, most anything can ensue. A non-vulnerable opponent with a \vctik holding may stick In a psychic and, unless the vulnerable side Is on Its toes, may prevent a nice game Ot course, the ·ide may get into Its belt contract ,, anyway. In eplto at the bad pass, but a correct final contract Is nothing to count on If any Incorrect action has been taken along the way 9 A 7 6 4 3 s A 8 it A Q 10 6 * V Q J 8 6 2 (Dealer West. North-South vulnerable ) With normal blddirsr on this deal, It Is an easy matter for the North-South players to reach their correct contract of ^-Hearts, but In thfi duplicate where it waa played several of the East players were Inveterate psychlo bidders who tried to trap the North-South players out of their game. One eucccodcd Where this occurred. West oossed and so did North East put In a bid of 1-Hcart, figuring that was the suit that the opponmU probably had South passed and West bid 1-No Trump There w»a nothing North could do at this point but pass West did likewise and South came In with a bid of 2- Spades This became the final contract. You can Imagine the chagrin of North when he discovered what nil pass had led to Another East, over the 1-Heart by North, doubled South redoubled and East then put In a bid of 1-Spade, but South jumped to 1-HcartB. Where a club was bid by East, South bid spades. North, hearts, and they also landed In 4-Hearts. t * * Tomorrow's Problem 6 J 10 9 6 V A Q J 4 4 - 7 2 + K Q S V K 10 S 6 2 s 9 3 ' 4.97 Q J5 jfr 10 8 1 \ (Dealer. West Neither slda vulnerable ) What l the correct defense against East's 6-Club contract after tho lead of the diamond K ? Grim Reaper MRS. SAMUEL SCHONG Mrs Ella May Schong, GB years old, wife os bimucl Schong, died Wcdneiday afternoon at hot home at 122 Snydcr street of complications She had been fiiLng for several years. Mrs. Schong was born in Wcst- morclind count], May 16, 1870, tho daughtci of Mi. and Mrs Phillip Miller. She is survived by two children, Mrs John Schemer and John Schong, and one brother, Harry Miller, of this city. There arc also six gnnochildrcn The funeral service v.111 bo held Saturday aftcrncon nt 2 30 oclock a', the lite home vlth RQV C George Shup.f, pastor ot the Tiinity Reformed Church, officiating Interment will be in the Mount Pleasant Cemeters. F.ACKOFF FUNFKAL Lirgcly attended was the funeral service for Mrs Paulino Silvcrrmn Rnckoft, wife of Max Rackoff, held Wednesday morr Ing at 11 o'clock at the family residence, Woodbury road, New Kensington. Included were about 100 friends from Conncllsvlllc, representing neirly every Jewish family of the city Rabbi Rose of Pittsburgh, assisted by Rabbi Irving M. Woldi'n of Bnai Is-ael Synagogue of ConnellsviUc, omcl.ited Burial \\.ii n Mill\ale Cemetery. . WILBUR R. FROST Wilbur Raybum Frost, 35 years old, associated until reccniiy with the engineering department o£ the H. C. Frick Coke Company, died suddenly Wednesday evening at his home on the Connellsvllle road, near Uniontown, after a several days' Illness of pneumonia Besides his wife, Mrs. Ruth Jessie Paull Frost, he Is survived by his mother, Mrs. Lucretia Frost, and one bi other, Donald L Frost of New York. WILLIAM 11URKLKY Willi im Burklcy, 38, of Palme-, died Wednesday morning at his home. He formerly resided at Mutual, Westmoreland county The body was removed to the home of George Danser at Humphreys and the funeral service will be conducted Frldny afternoon nt 2 o'clock at St Paul's Reformed Church nt Traguer. Burial will be made in the church cemetery MERTS FUNERAL UNIONTOWV, Jan 13--The funeral service for Frank Eugene Merts, '64, piominent businessm in, who died Wednesday, will bo held Fridny afternoon at 4 o'clock at the First Prcsb} terian Church of which he was a member. Rov. William Blnkc Hmdnrm will officiate Interment will be made in Oak Grove Ccmcter. MRS EVELYX TRUXAL SOMERSET, Jan 13.--Mrs Evelyn Kooser Truxal, 82 years old, widow DANCE TONIGHT EAGM,S' HALT, DKonlans 8:80 lo 12 Door 1'ri/c $5.00 Hundreds of Remnants of A clcan-up sale to make room for spring stock. Included ar'o papers that sold fot as much as $1.00 per roll. Re-paper now at. exceptional savings! c to * I TM GLASS-- WP Itaic CT,ASS for Everj Purpose--GLASS WALL PAPER--GCASS--LUCAS TAINTS Hione 3H. 122 South Plltsburi: Mitct of Rev. Dr. A. E, Truxal, died Wednesday. Dr. Truxal was one of the most prominent members of the cicrgy of thc Reformed Church In Western Pennsylvania. He had occupied ruial pulpits in Somerset and Westmoreland counties. JOHN E. DIGBTT Mrs J M. Cecil of South Connclis villo was called to Pittsburgh this morning by the death of her brother, John E. Dlgby, Wednesday afternoon ut I 25 o'clock at his home, 220 Mendan street, Duqucsnc Heights, following a two-day illness of pneumonia. Besides his wife, Rachel Davis Dlgby, he is survived by tv\o sons, J Norimn Dlgby of New York ,md Homer E. Digby of Pittsburgh and 11 giandchildren, also one brother, Arthui Digby of Philadelphia, James Digby of Cleveland, Lee Digby of Pittsburgh and one sister, Mis. Cecil. Mr. Digby had frequently vlUtpd at thc Cecil home and had a number of friends here. He was a member of the Haven Methodist Episcopal Church of Duquesnc Heights for many years and was superintendent of thc Sunday school "or 50 years He was also well tnown In Pittsburgh Masonic circles Thc funeral service will bc held Saturday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the Haven Methodist Episcopal Church MllS. HOLLA,D'S FCNERAL The funeral service for Mrs. Jane A. Holland, whose death occurred Tuesday afternoon, will bc held Saturday afternoon ut 1'30 o'clock at thc home in Eas-t Patterson avenue and at 2 o'clock at thc First Methodist Episcopal Church. Burial will be iu Hill Giovc Cemetery. JOShPII WOZNIAK MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 13 -Joseph Wozniak, 56 years old, of Spring street, died at Frick Mcmor- i il Hospital Wednesday morning He had bean a patent at tne hospital for the past two iionths. Evangelism Life Work OfBefiyWeaklaniTWno Comes Here Next Week Betty Wraktand, Ameriea's foremost evangelist of this generation, who will begin a Joint evangelistic campaign Sunday at the First Methodist Piotcstant and First Baptist churches, plans to make evangelism her life woik Bom In Elmira, N. Y , May 30, 1910, but foi the past nine years a resident of Cleveland, Ohio, Miss Wcakland has been actively engaged In the evangelistic field for the past 15 years She aspires to become an evangelist of tho type "which made the histoiy of the church what it is." She pi caches regeneration, not reformation "I nm no reformer," she says, "I believe in regeneration. I hold up Chi 1st to the people and preach the value of the Gospel. If they accept my mcssnge the rest will take care of itself " Miss Weakland prepares her own messages and delivers them in an extemporaneous manner with a force and power that grips the hearts of hei listeners Bible teachers and denominational leaders \vho have heard her preich say that she possesses an amazing knowledge ot the Bible and declare that her ability to teach and expound the Scriptures is astounding. The following is an excerpt from a letter written by Dr. W. R. Mc- Chesncy, piesldent of Ccdarville College, Ccdarville, Ohio, concerning Miss Wcakl.md. 'It is rcfieshing to hear the tiuth put in so cleat, earnest, forceful and convincing a manner as she preaches it. God has lichly endowed her with an attractive personality, a winsome spirit and n capable mind. She has added to these gifts n wide and genuine knowledge of the Bible and its precious truths. She has cultivated an excellent vocabulary of the choicest words and speaks clearly with a power that gnps the hearts of her listeners. She is a true Christian girl full of the Spirit of God and impelled by her love of Chi 1st. I wi^h the whole world could hear ner." Miss Weakland will preach each nifiht at 7 30 o'clock including Mon- das and Sntuidays The meetings will be- held the fust week in tho Tirst Methodist Piotcstnnt Church and the Inst %vcek in the First Baptist Chinch The public is invited to attend all the services JOHN D. EBBERT FRAT PRESS DENT New oflieers have been elected by the Unity Fraternity and plans made foi filling a number of vacancies In the membership The or eis are: Piesldcnt, John D Ebbert; vicc- piesidcnt, Arthur B King, secretary, Paul F Cohen; treasurer, Hugh Hindford: tiustces, Walter Moorman and Frank Ellis. TOM8GHT DOOR PMIE 8P.M. JANUARY WITH THIS LIGHT-WEIGHT GENERAL ELECTRIC CLEANER Don't Drag Around an. 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