The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1938 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 14, 1938
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f~ PAC~TWO. THE DAIL.T COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL State Federation Chairman, of Motion Pictures to SpeakB efore Culture Club National Convention Of Jewish Council Will Be Held in Pittsburgh College Head Quits One of the moit Important events of the fifteenth triennial convention of the National j|douncil of Jewish Women to be held January 23-28 nt the Willwm Pcnn Hotel Pittsburgh, will be the convention banquet on Wednesday night Among the 1,000 Mrs. Oliver J. Hallei* of Pittsburgh, chairman of the division of Tnollon Pictures of the State Fedci alien of Pennsylvania Women, will DC the guest speaker at the semi-monthly meeting of the Woman's Culture Club to be held Monday otCcrnoon at 2 o'clock at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Mrs Ernest E. Kooser will be program leader and Mis. A. C Stickcl wUl have charge of the music. Hostesses are Mrs. James W. Buttermorfl, Mrs \V. S Behanna. 'Mrs Harry" G. Brown and Mrs fary Keck Marietta. · A business session, to be In charge of Mrs. Henry W. McRobbic, president, 'Will preface the program. JOINT MISSIONARY MKETTNG TM "HELD AT HENDERSON HOME An unusually interesting joint meeting of the Woman's 1 Home and "Foreign Missionary societies of the First Methodist Episcopal Church "was held Thursday afternoon nt the "borne of Mrs J. B. Hcnderso"n In East Cedar avenue. _ The Foreign soclol; held the first meeting with the president, Mrs. S. Behanna, in charge Mrs. Homer C. Davis conducted the dcvotlonals "Mrs. Harold Gore favored the society with twoljcautiful vocal solos, "Rain" nnd "Beatiful Garden of Prayer" She was accompanied by Mrs L G. Hoover. Thc'study'of "Mohammed- ism" was in charge of Mrs J. B. Davis. Mrs. C. O. Bane, president, presided over a meeting of the Homo society and. Mrs, L S. Elliott conducted the devotionals. Mrs. Paul D. Luckoy reviewed three chapters of the year book, "Bebuildmg Rural America" They included "Haral Churches In Rural America.' "After the meeting a social hour was fcrjoyed -Mrs Henderson,-assisted by ,Mrs, Homer C. Davis, served a dc- cHcious lunch. Dcpite the Inclement t^yeather, j^ mce ting was well at- rtended. - . ~ _ : ;MRS-. ERNEST HEFFLEY~IS - - SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY ~ ' I n .honor of her birthday, Mrs. ,°Ernest Hcffley was feted at n dclight- liul party -Thursday night 'at her Ihomc, 206 North Eleventh afreet, ."West Side. The party, a complete "surprise to the honor guest, was given rby a number of her relatives and "friends. Games were the diversion -of the evening. Guitar solos by Stan^ley Swallop were also cnjoyedTLatcr £in the evening o delicious lunch was ^prepared and served by the guests ;-Mrs. Hefflcy, the former Miss Helen .· Swallop, was the recipient of many ^beautiful gifts. ~ Out-of-town guests wtre Mrs. Al- ;bert Peterson and son of Everson anc Hcffloy's brother-in-law anc ., sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Boyer, of JWooddale. -- -Prior to-the party Mrs. Hcffley was ^honor guesF~at n Birthday dinner .given by her parents, Mr. arid Mrs .George Swallop at their home, 417 Troop 2, Girl Scouts, To Give Play Tonight "Building a Character" is the title f the play which-will be presented his evening by Troop 2, Girl Scouts, f the Trinity Lutheran Church at :30 o'clock in Sunday school rooms Thcrplny shows the important factors needed for building a good character t will be interspersed with piano olds and the Singing of Scout songs Rev. Dr. "William H. Hctnck will give a short address The play was coached by the cap- nm, Miss Mary Elizabeth West, and he lieutenants, Mrs T h o m a s Charlesworth and Mrs Mclvm Stoner. A silver offering will be aken at the close of the program, ollowed by the friendship circle and taps _A11 girls participating on the program are requested to be at the church nt 7 o'clock. North Eleventh street, eight were laid. Places for -COKE QUEEN LODGE MEETING - ; MARKED BY INSTALLATION il.Offlcer^ forjhe coming jrcar were installed at. the;regular meeting 01 _£pke Queen Lqdge^ Ladies' Auxiliary +fr the Brotherhood of locomotive firemen and Engmemen hiild Thursday night at the B. O. V. M. C. A Mrs. Virginia Mack was the installing officer and Mrs. Angle Coughe- hour, marshal " ~Mrs Ethel Sinks and Mrs. Eliza Becghley were reported on the sick list. The mci'ting was well attended CHRISTIAN WOMEN HEAR DISCUSSION ON. MOSLEMS "Moslem Lands" was the theme for study at the monthly meeting of the Women's Mlsisonary Society of ihe Christian Church at the church last evening, with Mrs. A. D. Solsson presiding. Mrs Peter R. Welmer was leader of the program. She rend a paper on the theme. Mrs. J. E. Hildebrand was in charge of the Jewish Women of South America. Principal speakers arc George T Messeismith, asssitant Secretary ot State, and Jnmcs L. Houghtclmg, commissioner of immigration, United States Department of Labor "Council on Parade," a scries of dramatic episodes portraying the highlights of the council's immigration woilc, which has been one of its chief projects for the lost twenty- fi\c years, will be another feature. Meetings to be held simultaneously by the two hundred sections in the United States and w«nada will link the entire organization by means of a broadcast during the -anquet. At the conclusion of this session a movie, "The Making of an American Family," will be shown for the first time. A souvcmrjbooklct will include messages from a number of nationally prominent workers in social service. Among the other outstanding features of the convention will be a round table on peace legislation nnd interpretation of council work Mrs. William Dick Sporburg, president ot the New York Federation of Women's Clubs, will lead. part on the program were: devotional period. Others taking Men's trio, Ross Vf. Showman, Jesse Barnes and Leland S. Whipkey, 'More Love to Thee" nnd "Let Jesus Bear the Cross Alone"; Bible story on friendship, Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwell; contralto solo, "Still, Still With Thee." Mrs. Leland S. Wt }k«-y; talk by Mrs. C. H. Bloom, gucsx. After the program lunch was served "by "the TiostcssesrMrs. George Freeman, Mrs. J. B. Kerns nnd Mrs. Ina Moss. Guests other than Mrs. Bloom were Mrs. Anna D. Mason and-^Irs. H.'E,- Mason of Edcnborn and Mrs. W.'C. Michael. " -_ MRS. J. H.'BITTNER IS _HOSTESS_TO SEWING CLUB Meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home_of Mrs. J. H. Blttncr in South Arch street, a group of women \Yc.dricsdayiAftemoon Sewlnj: Club. Fancy-work and sewing .were enjoyed, after which Mrs Bittnei served a delicious * dinner, places for eight "being 1ald-at the beautifully appointed -table. TYellow and white chrysanthemums formed the attractive centerpiece. The club will »ncet on the second Wednesday of each month Mrs G. N. Wood will be hostess at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon, February 9, at her home in South Pittsburg street. W. W. Plckett Class Meets The W. W. Pilckett Class of the Methodist Protestant Church met at the church Thursday evening with a large attendance, at the church. Robert Boyd, presided over the business session because of the absence of the president, Mrs. Ella Newcomer. A few .members gave brief and interesting addresses Rev. Polahar Married. ~ .Rev. Mary B Polahar, pastor of the Free Methodist Church at Wynn, and Rc,y,,,S. A; Fansler of Fairmont, W. Va,,-were married Wcdnes- j3ay,.Januaiy,12, at the Free Methodist McKeesport. Rev. J. X"Logan, close friend ot the couple, Torformed the ceremony.. LEO NEBRASKA ENGAGED TO MARRY LEITH GIRL Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Hose A Bukoxltz, daughter of Mr jind Mr? Joseph Bukovite of Lcith, and Ixrc E Nebraska, son. of John Nebraska of Uniontown. The bridc-Ufct is » griduate of the South Union High School and is employed by the W. H Farwcll Printing Company Her fiance was graduated from St John's High School, Uniontown, and is employed at the Union Supply Company's store at Trotter. No date has been disclosed for the wedding. ·JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB GIVES SLEIGHING PARTY U . A sleighing party was held Thurs- nday evening by the Junior Women's .Club of Mount Ple.isant with thirty- Tslx members in attendance. Three 3sleighs were used for on hour and a -half ride through the mountain dis- itrict" The party gathered at Evans '"farm on the New Stanton road, -and "after the party adjourned to --the -home of Miss Dorothy Bryce whero_ -the remainder of -the evening was 5pcnt at dancing and playing ga««e3-t^r~_:._Roner.Skatlne Party.. -;The affair was arranged by-the; -^tpproidnifitclyrslxty-members and Asocial committee which comprises- 2triChdsrof.Hflib"r}T6ung-jpeoplo*! Class JTMrs. F. O. Naylor, chairman; Mrs.. .£_iho~CKurch of the Brethren at- ZKlex Copcland, Misses Feme -and,: :fSded3J5rrcII0r~skaiing parlyTicld lEthel Hosteller, Miss Eleanor Bro^n -SnaoamTSkating" Rink, Tlillerest, plrs. Louis Harrcr and Miss Bryce.-- -Thursday n | Ent from 10 untu n - JThe.jcgular club meeting wiUrbc 0 clock The affair WM , nnncd ,, TSursHay, February 3. - - Hiram Lcpley. P. SENIOR ENDEAVORERR £ · GIVE SS FOR COUNTY WORK ~ -The Senior Christian Endeavor ^Society" of the First Mcihodist^Pro- ^estant"Church met Tfiursday^iigh .^aj the church.---- Twenty"" members ^i\fere present. The president,-Thoma 2Deenen» conductodrr-the -rocetinx 3Good reports ~wi.rt, given by various :xommittec chairmen^ _ The society :3;oted to give $5 to the Fayctti ^Cour.ty Christian Endeavor worK. ^The Sunday 'evening Christian -Beavor prayer meeting wiU_be~7iclc ^5n tfie basement of_ the^cliurch' m- ^tcad of the-Sunday school~room. -- ;A delighffuj- aocjaFhour--followe ~lhe business-session. --~--TM-- "* PAINTER'S DRESS SHOP Ko.\t Door to Bell Telephone Office 151 E. Crawford How! Drastic Redu^lons on The Talk of the Town! Sale! Here's Wh»t You Want Now. New SPRING FROCKS Exciting new prints and print combinations in the fashion favorite colors o£ black and navy. New square necklines that arc being featured. See them tomorrow. SATURDAY ONLY"* Regular $5 95 - $6 35 Dresses Now $3.95 We Have a Few Coats Left to Sacrifice If Your SIzo Is Here! Don't miss these prices Colors, brown, navy, green, wine. - %22.."»0 Conts, Xo« $12.95 All sales final. No refunds, .credits or exchanges at these prices H LEGION AUXILIARY WILL - INTI1ATE NEW MEMBERS New members will be initiated nt n meeting ot the American Legion Auxiliary to be held Monday night at 7 45 o'clock at the Legion Home. Lunch ~\\ ill bo served Memorial Sen ice. In connection with the regular meeting tonight the Dames of Malta wiljjiold the annual service in Odd Fellows Hall. // You-lntend To-Purchase Shoes Soon Buy- Now -And Save . Every pair of shoes in our -;stbre will be put on Sale'at .very greatly reduced prices. "You buy quality shoes when y6u buy here. ' You select from the latest "_ models too All men's, women's, boys', gtrls' and children's shoes are included in this sale HOOPER- LONG Or. Etlmiind p. Sopcr . . . retires as collcgo prcxy Resignation of Dr. Edmund D. Sopcr, president of Ohio Wesleyan university at Delaware, O., staco 1028, has been announced. Friends of the 61-year-old president naid Dr. Sopcr planned to retire because of illness. In campui circles, houcvcr, It had been repotted that there hud been dlssatl (faction among certain alumni ovr some ot Dr. Sopcr*s appointments and administrative stcp;t- COOKNG DEMONSTRATION MARKS GRADALE MEETING Miss Emma Jean Decker, pi emus, presided at the regular meeting of the Gradolc Soioiltj held Thursday evening at the West Penn Model home Dunns the business session the committee «js instructed to foim plans for a valentine p.uty to be held on Febiuary 10. Prospective members will bo honor guests After the business meeting Miss Elizabeth WcitEol, West Pcnn home economics representative, gave a demonstration of an electric cooker The delicious meal,she prepared was served to the Gradalc girls Farewell Party Given For Mrs. D. H. Catt PROTECTED HOME f RCLE GIVES BENEFIT PARTY The Protected Home Circle held a well attended fl\ e hundred and bingo party Thursday night nt P. H. C. Hall Winners of prizes were. Five hundred--high, Mrs William Hobaugh of Uniontown, second, Mrs Ann Williams; third. Mis. Jean Filburn; bingo--high, M-s Sara Low- cry, second, Mrs. William Ilaitman; third, Mrs. William Kenyon of Pittsburgh; special bingo--Delia Seibcrt; door--Walter Shaw. After the games a dainty lunch was served Rltoda Dunn Union Monday. Rhoda Dunn Union of the W. C. T. U. will meet Mondny night with Mrs B S Swartzweldcr of South Prospect sticct. Mrs Donald H. Catt ot Brookllne, Pittsburgh, who will leave in a few weeks to take up hci residence at Roanoke, Va, was feted Thursday evening at a fnicwcll paity, in the form of a handkerchief shower, by Miss Mary Lou Fortncy nt her home in Elua street. Contract bridge was ployed throughout the evening, with Mis Robert Kerns nnd Miss Helen Matthews receiving prizes Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs C, A. Fortney. Tvy and star cacti formed the centerpiece, with lighted red tapers in crystal holders, placed at cither end of the table, illuminating the room. Mrs Catt received many lovely handkerchiefs Smlthflcld Man Weds. Miss Ella Warrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wnrnck of Ncma- colin and William Fife, Jr, son ot William Fife of Smithflcld, were married at Oakland, Md., with Rev. W. Patterson officiating. Justice Cardozo Better. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14--Justice Benjumin N. Cardozo has maintained during the last 24 hours the Improvement which was noted in his condition early yesterday. Dr. J. O. Earnest, Jr., reported today. LOIS McCOY CHOSEN HEAD OF FIREFLY PATROL Troop 1, Girl Scouts, of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, met Thursday evening at its room in the church. Miss Katherinc Humohrcy, captain, conducted the formal opening The tioop divided into patrols it which time business of a routine natuie was aiscussed Patrol 3, Firefly, elected new officers They are: President, Lois McCov; scribe, Dora Anderson The meeting was closed with the friendship circle and taps The next meeting will be January 20 F. O. M. to Meet Tonight. The monthly business meeting of the F O. M. Chiss will be held this evening at 1 30 o'clock in the class ,mom at the Methodist Prptcstcnt Chuich. Paul I-omey will sing, accompanied by his sister. Miss Louise Hcffiey. Members arc asked to bring fi icnds. Aged Latrobe. Man Dead. Charles II Berkelbach 88, died Thursday night at his home at Latrobe of a stroke. JUSCE Polish-American Hall, Everson, SATURDAY. JANUARY 15th M-islc by Rud/Ialc Brothers' Orchestra Admfsston 35o Phone 680 681-155 9 4JT* Prompt Delivery Qualify... Service ... Low Prices For 57 Years? The housewife loolts to the qimiity of Hie inenH '·lie sor\cs tho family, IIPCUUIQ health depends upon It. Our groceries nnd meats arc of the highest grade nt Ioi\0it prices consistent itlth tho better Save on General Foods Products POST TOASTIES, 3 boxes 19c HUSKIES (Wheat Cereal) 2 boXGS 1 9c BAKER'S COCOA, ib. box 12c BAKER'S CHOCOLATE %-ib. cake 15c JELL-O (all flavors) 4 boxes 21 c LOG CABIN SYRUP table size can 23c MINUTE TAPIOCA, box 12c BAKER'S SOUTHERN STYLE COCOANUT (moist) 2 cans 19c CALUMET BAKING POWDER, 12-oz. can 19c POSTUM (Makes o Healthful Beverage) 18-oz. box 22c FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Every Egg Guaranteed, doz. 33c Frrshly Laid on Nearby Farms Fayeite CAKE SPECIAL ORIENTAL QUEEN CAKE 2Sc and 35c Fancy California Prunes (30-10 size) 2 1'bs 21c Fancy 3fnlr Peaches, II). 18c B.\lrn Fancj- BLIIMIEIM Apricots, Hi 2!{c McEjriKK Sccdltss Rafsins, 2 boxes . _ Ifle SPECIAL Barton's Black SHOE POLISH 2-1 Oc Boxes 15c MORNING BRACER COFFEE, 2 ibs. 33c BEECH-NUT COFFEE, Ib ............ 33c Drip or Percolator Ground -- Vi-lb. Can FREE with Each Pound BEECH-NUT TOPS, 2 boxes ............ 29c The All Purpose Cracker UJiKEDA BAKEKS Premium Soda Crackers II). }x 17c BETTER CANNED FOODS Vane) Sliced Pineapple, 2 Igc cans . 19c PREMIER Run-of-Garden Peas, 2 cans ____ . .«Sc UMCOirS GoM-Corn, 2 medium cans ____ _ _ .Me UNICORN Cut Green Beans, 2 cans -~ _____ _-._19c ______ _ f FANCY FRUITS and VEGETABLES Full Variety . . . Lowest Prices PILLSBURY FLOUR (Balanced) 24i/2-lb. sk. 99c 5-lb. sack, 29c PIMiSBURY Siio-Shecn Cnko Flour, liox ._ ,, 23c PJIJ^BUBV Pitncako Flour, 2 boxes ,, ,, __ ..... JOc Y Jb'iirinu, 2 doxcs - _ ~- ~ ~ ~ JOc TREE -- 3 StooKCs Olovine · _ Picture Machine) For Frjiiiff, for Shortening, For Cake Maklntr. Ib. can 21 c 3-lb. can 57c Pure Somerset BUCKWHEAT 10-lfa. sack, 39c IIOGSUTTS Ycllo-n Corn l, 3-11). -iiick . _ 19c . 30c BUFF'S Inrgc can ,, . LADY BETTY Mince Dteat, 28-or. jnr . 29c PKE3IIER Grape Jam, 2-Hi. jnr 25c LUTZ SCHKAJIM Apple Butler, qt. jar ~19c BKECH-XUT Chill Sauce, large bottle -- 23c !-CENT SALE CAMAY SOAP :i Bars ,, Iflc 81.00 Bottle Perfume 1C All for 20c SUSBRITE Cleanser, :t tuns - . --- ~ 'I3c 20-Mulo Team Borax-, Ib. box . _ ,, 15c 20-3Iiile Team Bornx Chips, 2 boxes . _ _ . ___ 20c P. G. White S Soap,, 10 Giant Bar;, ..41c Rib End, Ib 1 8c Small Loins Loin End ' lb - 23c PORK BUTTS (small lean) Ib 2Qc Pure Pork Sausage (loose) Ib. 25c--Fresh Spareribs, Ib. 17c BRANDED BEEF Rib Boil, lb. . 15c Chuck Boil, lb 20c Chuck Roast, Ib 23c Rib Roast, lb 28c Kump Koast, lb. 3Uc CHOICE CHICKENS Freshly Dressed In Our Market FRESH OYSTERS Extra Standards Pint 25c SLICED BACON Delicious, !/2-lb. pkgc 1 8c Kingan's, Vi-Ib. pkge 17c GENUINE SPRING LAMB Lamb Breast, !b. 15c Lamb Shoulder Roast Ib 28 c Legs of Lamb, Ib. 31 c Fairmont Better Cream Cheese, 2 pkgcs 1 5c Beef, Veal and Pork (ground for loaf) Ib. 23c The Store That Does Things For You!"

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