The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 25, 1939 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 25, 1939
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNET^SVTTJUS;, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, IS'J'J. By LVNNE B K1NCELL Miss LucyCropp Is i Feted on Birthday' Mrs T. J Hooper entertained the Deborah Bible Class ol the First Presbyterian Church Monday niter- noon at her home In Worrell avenue, Greenwood, in honor of the birthday ol her sister, Miss Lucy Cropp, who has served tor sc\cral yenrs ns treasurer of the clasb The affair was a complete surprise to Miss Cropp and all of her sisters were among the guests. Mrs Hooper was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. W. O BmJey and her daughters-in-law, Mrs. B. J. Hooper and Mis. Robert Hooper Many old-time songs were sung, Mrs Effle Hopwood playing the piano accompaniment. Gancs, led by Mrs. J M. Cecil and Miss Ida Wolfe, were played Mrs. J. L Proudttt made the presentation of gifts from the class, as well as many othei beautiful remembrances sent by the relatives of the honoree Delicious refreshments w e r e served by the hostess and her aides A color scheme of pink and while was effectively carried out. About twenty-one guests were present and spent a delightful al'crnoon PLEASANT HILL CLASS TO FINANCE IMPROVEMENTS The Friendship Bible CHss of the United Brethren Church it Pleasant Hill, meeting Friday night ut the home of Mr -ind Mrs E E Cox along the Spimgfield pike, voted to bcai the cost of finishing the church dining room and making changes to Ihc pulpit platform Twenty-one membcis and iour guests participated in the acti\ ities of tho after-business session which embraced games and a social hour, during \vhich lunch was scr\ccl by BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority oa Authorities" Miss Olive 1 Cox and her ci s-in- law, Mrs Charles Cot. and Mis Russell Cox The next meeting will be al the home of Mr and Mis Ralph Bigam of Pleasant Hill, on February 17 There will be an exchange of \ alen- tincs. WATCII THE TRICKSTER INCORRIGIBLE psychic bidders can sometimes be made to pay heavilv for their fancy didoes if opposed by players « ho keep a canny watch on them. Sound use c! the natural mcarunga of bids and doubles will usually reveal the true situation to the opponents and may Iciue the psychic bidder's partner the only one fooled. stopped and also probably * bit of something in clubs, a pert cat pic- uro of his holding. New 8 about his partner's heart stoppers was all East needed to know to sec thnt a heart /game bould be in tho cords for hit side, so he leaped to 4-Hearu without urthcr ado. Now South thought he saw a winning defense A lead of his diamond K, ( thcn another to the A. indicated by nU partners bidding, bllowcd by] a diamond ruff, would ca\o him where he needed only · spade trick to set tho contract. So he doubled. The post-mortem on this deal wan not pleasant to hear, after East made an ovcrtrlck, losing only one trick in each minor MISS JULIA SALTR1K - OF'DNIONXOWN MARRIED Miss ^Sulia Saltrik", daughter of Mr anoTMrs. August Saltnk of Un- lontown, and John B. Lnzor, son of Mr. and_Mrs ^Vdajii Lazor of Unite ), v. ere marrled^ot-S 30 o'clock Tuesday morning "at St Mary's Church, Uniontown, with Rev John Blnz'c officiating Easter lilies, representing the t»a ears the br dc has been a member of St. Marys Sodality, banked the altar, while carnations and snapdragons, and the glow of white tapers against a background of ferns, formed an attractive setting for the ceremony The bride wore a white \elvet gown, stylccl on princess lines, \\ith a long trair Her veil was held in place by se d pearls and she carried calla lilies _ Mrs. -William Saltrik was the bride's matron of honor and Paul Lazor_ served -is his brother's best man. Patricia Ann Saltrik of Charleston, W. Va., \vas flowor girl After the ceremony a wedding dinner for immediate members of the two families was served at the home o£ the bndc. On their return from a week's honeymoon trip to the West, the couple will reside at United, where _Un- bridegroom Js a contractor. Miss Helen Kerns and Miss Ne- Bishop of this city were amoni, the guests -t the wedding. WILLIAM V. BERNARDO CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY In the presence of a number of his friends, William Vincent Bernardo ·on of Mr and Mrs M. Bernardo celebrated his seventeenth birthday Friday night at his home, 714 Isabella road The party was planned by Mrs. Bernardo and was held immediately after the basketball game 'Games and dancing were cnjoycc and later in the evening Mrs Bernardo served dainty refreshments The table was graced with an attractive birthday cake bearing seven teen pink candles The honored gues received a number of gifts. Presen were- Patti Coughenour, Vcra Jones Helen Enany, Agnes Kern, Joan Downs, Mary I/ o u J s c Young, Eorothy " Miner, Rosemary Hop; kins, Edith Tulley, M a r j o n e Kcnberger, Verna Jean Young, 'Martin Strong, Frank King, Don Carroll, Abe Shafskey, Bob Nesbitt, Fred Shrallow, Albert Noschese, Te-ry Shaw, Grant _ Buttcrmore, 'George Soisson, Frank Secan, Frank McClain, Jack Younkin, Jim .Thompson and Bob Ramagc. JSN'JOYABLE PARTY HELD AFTER W. B A MEETING f- The regular meeting .ol the Woman's Benefit Association/held Tuesday night at Odd Fellows Hall, was followed by an enjoyable party at ·which bingo was the diversion. Prize winners were- High -- Lawrence Greene; second, _Margaret Schroycr, third, Mrs Violet Orbm; special Miss Agnes Spence, door, Mrs Lyda Moore A dninty lunch was served by a committee of which Mrs,. Lyda Moore was chairman Miss Mary Britt was chairmin of bingo COVERED-DISH SUPPER IS PLANNED BY R W B CLUB The R W. B Club of the Daughters of America met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. L. E Welling, East Murphy avenue Seventeen members and several guests were present At the close of the business meeting games were plajed, prizes being won by Mrs. Jean Filburn, Jennie Miller, Mrs Nell Rose Posh- aid, Mrs. Cathcimc Rltonour and Irs. Walker. At the close of the amcs Mrs Welling and her committee served a delicious luncn The no-1 club meeting will be icld at the hon-c of Mrs Carrie Graft in Vino street. I Irs Carmic !arlc and Mrs Came Shelley will bo co-hostesses A K Q 0 d 3 ·- v s 4 a t K 6 A 9 4 2 (Dealer' South. Bast-West vulnerable Holding 1 the North cards of this deal was a player known to be plagued by too much imagination After his partner's pass ha visualized tho opponents having s sure heart gome, so decided to forcstal it with on opening psychic bid of 1-HcarU East doubled, South redoubled and West pasted North couldn't aUad that redouble, no bid 2-Dlamonds East bid 2-Spi\dM South doubled and West made tho whole situation clear to his partner with 2-No trump This showed hearts and diamonds amply A A V A 7 · A 8 B * Q 10 8 Tomorrow's Problem A K J 5 V Q e 3 2 « K 9 4 A A 7 4 A 6 3 V J J 10 8 7 8 3 J S 3 if, Q 10 8 7 2 V K 10 9 8 5 · Q * K 9 (Dealer- West. Neither side vul- nciablo.) If tile first three tricks against South's 4-Heart contract are the spade A, spado 9 to the K and heart 2 to the J, K and A, why should West next lay down his diamond A ' 1917, tdeg Pettorct Stcdlcat:, lae. MUSICAL PROGRAM GIVEN AT PEARL KECK'S HOME A group of Miss Pearl Keek's 'riends were entertained Tuesday evening at her home in East Fairview avenue with o musical program, including two piano numbers, piano solos, vocal solos and violin solos. Approxima'ely sixty guests were in attendance. Those appearing on the program 'S Blasts to Attend First Session of Cook School vvere: Miss Keck, Mrs. Louis Shral- ow, Miss Yolandn J Fascia, Mrs Pasqtinlc GigllottI and Mrs Elizabeth Stcv en 1 ! Hai-en. Mrs Thelma -hnsty Smith accompanied Mrs Hazcn Later Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mis J B Marietta, Mrs Chailes H. Stouffcr, Miss Dorothy Mathias and" Miss Gladys Phillips. " " S W. V. ADXIL.RYJVILL - " MEtT-THURSQAY JS'IGHT - The Ladies Auxiliary to thrUnitcd Spanish War Veterans Thursday evening at P Tho meeting will o clock promptly will H C begin at meet Hall 730 Meeting Announced. The Kathcnne Francis Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Chuich will meet Thursday evening ta tho home of Mrs Hustcll C Burkholdci in East Fan view avenue instead of the home of Miss Fiancis as previously planned Card Party Thursday. A card party, sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans, will be held at 8 30 o'clock Thursday night at P. H C. Hall Members of ColoncKCrawford Camp, friends of the camp arid auxiliary are invited ~~ Licensed to Mar7j£ Marriage licenses were issued at Uniontown to-Robert Jos"ph Aleason of Mohessen and-Adelmc Angelne Candiloro of Connellsvlllc and yd Eugene Miller- and Eleanor Rose Cramer of Indian Head Licensed in Pittsburgh Phillip G Schomer ol Connellsvllle ond Mary C. Venersky of PiUsbuigh were giantcdji mariiage license in Pittsburgh Fancyvvork Club to Meet - The M. LT Fancyw6rk Club will meet Thursday evening with Mrs Elmer Walkins at her home at South Cornellsville. " Will Meet at Liberty. The East Liberty Fancyvvork Club will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs Peter Miller at Liberty Mark Silver Annhersarj, Mr and Mrs. John S. Olsvary of New Salem observed their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary Wednesday, January 18 Mr. and Mrs. Ols- vary were married January 18, 1914, at St. Emery's Church of Connells- villc and have resided at New Salem for the last fifteen jears The bride of twenty-five years ago is th,e "or- mer Miss Helen J. Blanc of Lambert. Due to the Illness of Mr. Olsvary, who is recuperating from a major cperation, the anniversary was quietly observed with a family dinner at the home. Sharing the occasion was the couple's daughter, Miss Bclty. MKs!onir Circle to Meet. Mis Grace Brcnkiron Tannchlll will entertain the Girls' Mission Circle No 5, of the Methodist Protestant Church at 7 45 o'clock Thursdav ecmng at her home in East Fairview avenue. Mi«i Uovdclla Gnnsra- vvere will be co-hostess in important business session will be held Miss Rosalie Swink, president, vvll will pi?tidc Scottdalc Couple Licensed Theodore W Baker anl Laura F Walker, both of Seottdal«, nnd Ear P. Schrock of Rockvvood and Sarah ft Mingle of Scottdnle vurc licensee to vvcd nl Grccnsburc John Beaiiy to Gel Merit Certificate Approximately 850 women braved vUntcry weather this morning 19 attend the opening session of The Courier three-day cooking school at the Orphcum Theatre with Mrs Dorothy Bathgatc conducting the classes Women came from all pails of the city nnd from manj of the surrounding town? By B o clock, when the class begin, every scat on the first floor of tho large auditorium was occupied and there were but few vacant seats In the balcony Mrs John M Young president of the Business and Professional Wo- vvcn's Club, was hostess and the following senior girls of the High School usl.cred Twila Davis, Elizabeth Norrls, Dolores King, Miry Wild, WlniCicd McCitrns Jean PibCl, Mildred Stafford, Dorothy Beemon and RobTta Spinplcr At the close of the school 17 prizes, including the foodstuffs prepared b Mrs Bathfiate, \vcrc awarded to the following Sponge Cake, Mrs Gcoigc Bciber, 213 North Prospect street Two pounds of cottngc cheese donated by the Farmers Cooperative Dairy Assoc lion, Mrs Kenneth Stout, Connellsvillc, I! D. 1 Three tvvo-ptund packiges of flour, Charles Slagncr, South Connellsvlllc Stuffed cabbage and carrots, Mrs Dorothy Potter, 238V.: East Crawford avenue Two pound 1 ; of cottage cheese, Mrs James Trump, 10£ Cemetery street "Rice pudding Mis Joe Hudock, IsabelH road Three two-pound packages of flour Mrs Oliver Coughenour, Connellsville, R D 2 Two boxes of cake Hour, Mis Olive Davidson, Hyndman street, South Connellsville Lamb chops and sweet potatoes Mrs Mabel Linlnger, 347 North Pittsburg street Two pounds of cottage cheese. Miss Ruth Stewait, Hyndman street, South Connellsville. Apple dumplings, Mis Joseph F Craft, 12S Epst Peach street Three two-pound packages o£ flour Mrs L II Honey, 400 1-2 East Washington avenue. Waffled wafers, Angela Vernavn 237 North Eleventh street. Three two-pound pickaces of flour Mrs J F. Lewis, 240 South Prospcc street Beet rings with potato salad, Mrs Lewis Stllhvagon, 814 Ninth strce Potted plant, donated by P R DeMuth Sons, Beulah Mackoy Mount Pleasant Merinfiue cake, Clara Swift, 12 East Peach street Missionary Rally A} Tabernacle Will Be Closed Tonight The misslonaiy convention in prog- ess at the Gospel Tabernacle, the hristian and Missionary Alliance, at 08 Porter avenue of which Rev. Vyllc E Smith Is pastor, will come o a close tonight. Miss Emma Kratcr, who has hod 7 years of missionary experience in ndia, will be the speaker tonight, clllng her life story and many of the irilllng Incidents during her long enure. "Along with her life story, s! e will ell how God raised her up from Icith bed, Rev. Smith said ' Miss Crater lay unconscious foi six days n an Indian hospital, authorities of Ahich had sent to the missionary icadquartcrs of the Christum and .Iissionary Alliance o£ India to come and get her dead body. A missionary com tho Chxuch of England prayed jv ei the fover-stnckcn body and God raised her up " Rev E E. Johnson will close the ·onvention with a message on consecration The public is welcome, Rev. Smith said. HARRISBURG, Jan. 25. -- John Beatty, Uniontown, veteran forest fire warden, will be presented with a merit certificate tiom Forests and Waters Secretary G. Albert Stewart in recognition of 25 years service to the'Commonvv calth, It was announced today. Appointed as flre warden in 1913, Beatty is now serving ns an inspector In Fayctte county. COKER BAND PLAYS CONCERT TONIGHT The Connellsullc High School Band presents its annual sjmphomic bind concert at 8 o'clock tonight at the High School auditonum, ploying i djRlcult prog! am of 13 numbers three of which will be directed by Harry Canneld president of the WcsC- crn Pennsjlvania Muilc Association, \vho is consldcicd one ot the finest of school musicians.% , The CoKci bandsmen lw\u spent many hours ol cxtr-u practice undc.\ Bandmaster Richaid H Gmgitch to make the concert one ot the bett e\ el gi\en by student musician's The program, including the works of Bennett, Panella, Fricdmann, Alford. Davenport ard othoi-. is PX- pected to la^t two bourn nnd » laigc crowd is anticipated Erosion Control Meeting At Wooddale Grange Hal A melting will be held at 8 o'cloc Thursday night at Pleasant Valle Grange Hull at Wooddale, BullsKi township, to which all fanners tri others interested in erosion contro are invited A E Cooper, agrononi} Teci of State College, will speak o "Erosion Control," County Fan Agent R E Carter said Friday and Saturday Only At Now as never before is the time for you wives, motheis, sisters and sweethearts to stock some o£ these shuts for your men! Be hero early Thursday morning to assuie yourself of these wonderful values. Communicable Diseases in City There was not a single case of communicable disease In the oily today, City Health Officer Charles H Balslcy reported The last quarantine curd was taken down Saturdiy and no additional cases had been reported, Mr. Balsley said Do This If You're Don't talcn chnncci on product* you know nothing about or rrty on temporary relirf when there s need of a goo 1 g«nrrat «yatera tonic like time-provfti Lydla 1- Pfnknatn a V«£«tallo Compound mad* ttpttialtv for wemn from wholcsoroo herbs »nd root* Txit Pinktiurn's Compound help btrfld tnoro phynlcat r*tlitanc* and thus »(d in c*)mlnjf jangly nerves, Icwen diitrtu from fmnftlft functional disorders and mak« lite worth living For over 60 years one woman hu told mnother how to 20 ' amlUng thru" ^rUh Plnktum'R--over 1 000.000 womrn h*vo wrttttn In reporting; glorious beoaflU---It MUST BE GOOD! DANCE THURSDAY U YGLES H \JVL The Dixonians S:.H) to 12:00 Hustle and Shuffle To the Music of Eddie .Russell ,V KJb OrcJietia TONIGHT AT THE MAYFLOWER" Route 119 Evcrson. 1'a. Help Fight Infantile Paralysis . Attend The PRESIDENT'S BALL PLEASANT VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB Saturday, January 28th 10 'til? I'hom 9G55 For Reservation's Music By GORDON CLARK AND HIS PENNSYLVANIANS Assessment $2 00 1 ukrts On Sale at Dr H D Winerd's Dental Oliceb, Second Nitlonal Bank Building Phone 524 Of the quality broadcloth used in fine shirts--tightly woven! Excellent tailoring! WHITES! FANCIES! 14 to 17 sizes. We're Counting for Inventory and we want to have less merchandise to count--so we've cut prices very low on many items to clear them! ! SEE-THE $158 Cotton Double Blankets $11.95 Chromalin Rugs, 9x12 ' $7.88 $12.95 Fiburtex Rugs, 9x12 $8.88 $1.19$1.39 Drapery Damask, yd. $1.00 Lace Curtains, pr. 36 in. Drapery Damask, yd. 59c Suedette Card Table Covers 25c Bottle Furniture Polish $139.95 ABC Electric Washer ~ with Spinner dryer - $99.50 $110 Aria 9 tube Console Radio . $55 $135 Aria 12 tube Console Radio $67.50 $3.98 Boys' Gabardine and Wool Plaid Zipper Jackets $2.98 Group Girls' Infants' Wear Girls' Coats, Snow Suits and Bath Robes, now 59c Cod Liver Oil _ Clearance Women's Coats 14 Coats Were $10.95, Now $5.74 12 Coats Were $12.95, SI 5.00, $16.95, Now 12 Coats Were $16.95 and $19.95, Now 19 Coats Were $19.95, $25.00, $28.00, Now 5 Coats Wer $39.00 to $49.95, Now Sale Crepe Dresses To $1.19 Cotton Dresses $4.95 Maxene Shoes $7.88 $9.95 $14.95 $24.95 $1.69 79c $2.98 $1.98 Van Raalte Knit P. J/s 1.59 Tuck Knit Pants Vests, also Knit Union Suits 3 for $1.00 $1.79 to $3.00 Women's' Leather Gloves $1.19 '/2 Off 1/3 off .34c Prices Are Cut to a NEW LOW in this Sweeping of Worth of Fur .Slashed to $15,00®! A 3IOS'1 STAMLlXOr SAW! THURS.! FRIDAY! SAT.! 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