PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIL.LE. PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1939: By LYNNE B. KINCELL Mary Marcella Lightburn Wed in Detroit To Ralph Kingsbury, Former Local Man " Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Lightbuvn of 118 South Sixth street, West Side, announce the marriage ol their daughter, Miss Mary Marcella Light-burn, to Ralph Kingsbury ol New 'York, formerly ol Connellsville.' Tha Â· ceremony tool: place Tuesday nwvn- -ing, January 3 r at the rectory of'St. Patrick's Church, Detroit, Mich., with Rev. John Dcvine officiating. - Following her graduation . p rom tho Connellsville High School, the bride -completed a course nt the Griffith -School of Beaut;- Culture, Pittsburgh, Â·and was a teacher there for two years. Later she became manager of Miss Griflth's bcautly shop at rEric and since last July she taught at Wanamaker's beauty shop in New ';York. : The bridegroom, also a graduate ot .the local High School, attended the University of Pittsburgh and a col- .loge in Miami, Fla. He i s ' a n ac- 'countant. On their return from a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Kingsbury, well rknown among Connellsvllle's younger set will reside in Cincinnati, Ohio. .'Double Wedding Takes Place at Vanderbilt - The parsonage of the Vanderbilt Methodist Episcopal Church was the .Scene of a double wedding nt 5 ;o'clock Wednesday with the pastor, Rev. James Somei-s, officiating. Miss Anagrace Shallcnberger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Shallenbcrger of Vanderbilt, became the bride of Solomon Lint, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lint of Scottdalc, and Miss lona Jane Shallenberger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baron Shallenber- KCI- of Vanderbilt, was married to Eoyd Hixson. son of Mr. and Mrs. rank Hixson ot Scoitdale.; The ring ceremony was used. Â· Â· Â· Â· - Mrs. Lint was attractive In a royal blue crepe dress with short puffed sleeves, flared skirt and a white Queen Anne's collar. Her accessories were brown and she wore a shoulder corsage of white rosebuds tied with white satin ribbon. Mrs. Hixson wore, a royal blue crepe dress with a heart-shaped neckline, puffed sleeves and pleated skirt, with rust accessories. There Â· were no attendants. - After the service dinner was served at the home of Mrs. Lint's parents. Covers were laid for fourteen at an attractively appointed table which was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake covered with white frosting and topped with n miniature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Harry McDonald baked the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Lint and Mr. and Mrs. Hi won are residing near Scottdale. Junior Culture Club To Give Musical Play; -Proceeds for"Charity For the benefit of its eye fund, the 'unior Culture Club will present n ,lay, "Step This Way," Thursday svcning, February 10, at the High School Auditorium. 'Step This Way," is a'brand new production by Walter Stone, well- tnown musical comedy writer. The lory has an interesting plot full of mystery and humor, as Well as a beautiful and snappy musical score. About one hundred will participate n the cast and choruses, and will include many well known local singers nd dancers. The committees in charge of arrangements are: Advertising and publicity, Joseph- nc Harry, chairman, Beatrice Prin- *ey, Marguerite Spittlcr, Marjorie iaynes, -Margaret Miller, Catherine UcCleary, Ruth Miller, Jane Lansberry and Beatrice LaRuc, Tickets--Mrs. Martha Milliron chairman, Madelyn Welsh, Margnret Duffy and Marian Conner. Talent--Esther Miles, chairman Men McCoy, Alice Francis, Helen Hoover, Helen Luckey ond Edith Floto. Property--Mao Zimmerman, chairman, Vera Tomaska, Bertha Cuningham and Margaret Miles. WEDNESDAY N1TE CLUB PLATS FIVE HUNDRED The Wednesday Nile Club met Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Margaret Younkin First street, South Connellsville. All members were present. The evening was spent at five hundred. High and draw prizes were rc:cived by Mrs, J. D. Mortimer. Each member gave a gift to Mrs. Yoankin In remembrance of hei birthday. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter. Miss Althca and a friend Miss Jackson., The next meeting will be held Wednesday evening, February 8, at Ihc home of Mrs. Harry Clawson. F'!aror-IIaBCrty Nuptials. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Betty Fearer, daughter of the late Mr. ond Mrs, W. H. Fearer, and Lloyd Hagcrty, son of J. H..Hagerty of Waltcrsburg The wedding took place Tuesday January 10, at the Baptist Church at Winchester, Va., with Rev. E. T Clark officiating. Future plans o. the couple have not been revealed. Licensed at Ulllcinlowii. .: Marriage licenses were issued n Uniontown to Irving Jacobson o Brownsville and Emma Irene Beck of Connellsville, Howard E. Basingc and Hazel Taylor of Eviirson, and John Milotti and Helen Carocci OJ Layton. . :,. FOODS ': SPECIAL!!^ One Week . ' BIRDS El'E CUT COKjT : ' Golden Bantam, regularly 23c, -Box ^ n (13 oz.) JLJ/C Youngbcrrics, 10 oz. box 19o Green Beans, 10 oz. box Z3c Asparasus Cuts, 12 oz. box, ZSe Scallops, K 01. box 33c Birds Eye Strawberries Equals 1 quart whole berries. Regularly 27c. Box (16 oz.) ^qlly Is Planned By County Endeavorers The Fayclte County Christian Endeavor Union will hold a rally Friday night nt the Third Presbyterian Church, -.Uniontown. The rally will begin at 7:30 o'clock and will be in the- form ol an evangelistic service. Miss Ruth Miller, superintendent of the State department of evangelism, will be the speaker. A devotional service and special-music will be given special emphasis. MRS. JOHN MACKEY HONORED "ON BIRTHDAY ANN'IVERSAUY Mrs. John- W. Maekcy of Moun' Pleasant R. D. 2 was honored with n surprise birthday p.arty Saturday evening. Sho was--presented with many attractive gifts. Games were played nnd prizes awarded the winners. The eighty-five guests in attendance extended congratulation to Mrs. Mackey and wished her many more happy birthdays. A delicious lunch was served. Some o the guests were from Irwin, Rufls- dale, Penn Station, Scottdale, Evcr- son, Dunbar, Blairsville and Monn Pleasant. Wed al Oakland, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Emmelt Lyons o Morris Cross Roads announce th marriage of their daughter. Mis Dorothy Marie Lyons, to Charle Miller, Jr., son ot Mr. and Mrs Charles Miller of Smithfleld. Th ceremony took place May 15, 1833, lit Oakland, Md., with Rev. Wlnlleld S. Patterson, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. ' ' BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h o p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" Firemen's Auxiliary Gives Annual Banquet; Forty Members Attend Kennel Club Election. C. L. Standish oÂ£ Connellsville was elected a trustee of the Westmoreland Kennel Club at its meeting rt the home of Miss Helen Ditner at Latrobe. John Deeds of Ligonier was nnmcd president, Margaret Numbers Hearing; Postponed. UNIOOTOWN, Jan. 26 Preliminary heaiin-j of Stove Samonas, Tony D'lCarlo -and Â· 'Ouke - Davis, charged (by, Assistant County Dctec- tive Patty Minerd with conspiracy, I was-postponed Wednesday until Fri- DONT PUT IT TO DED WHO DOESN'T HATE to "go to bed" with an ace? That Is Uliely to happen to any player who doesn't keep his eyes open, and of course to some who do. Your acca are In particular danger whenever the declarer seems to have a good trump suit and set-up side suit, so that he Is pretty sure to run a fair-sized string ol consecutive tricks. He may discard the- losers In a suit which contains your ace, or ho may render It worthless by meunn of a squeeze. (Dealer! West. Neither sldÂ» vulnerable.) .SVest's 1-Club opener hero wop paused around to South, who overcalled with l-Spnde. North bid 1- No trump, South 2-Hcarts. North 3-Hearts and Sooth 4-HeartÂ£. lUv- tng the trumpe stopped with the A, West decided to try for a epado ruff, so led the apodo A and followed with U?a 9 to tho K. The heart 3, J, K and A formed the third trick, and Wot was now at hla crisis. Seeing no sure way to put Ms partner In tho lend, since tho club A was In the dummy, a far-thinking player would have noted the danger of belnj squeezed out of his diamond A. Since the game was duplicate, the taking of that ace might have meant the difference between a gostJ and a bad score. But West tried to got his partner In by leading the club 6. Dummy ducked, East played the J and the K won. Next Â«ame sqvcn consecutive major suit tricks. When the last trump was played, South also had a club and a diamond, and the dummy had the diamond K and club A-7. West did not like to make the diamond good by tossing off his A, so discarded tho .'10 from the club Q-10. Declarer then shed the diamond K from dummy, dropped the club Q with the A and cashed the club 7 for an overtrlck and a Sue ncorf; Tomorrow'* Problem * A 4 jry to the South Comicllsvillc Vol- nlcer Fire Company Monday night, ables were arranged in the llre- icn's rooms and the menu consisted I chicken with all the trimmings, lolors of the auxiliary, blue ond rhitc, were prettily carried out. lecorations consisted -of while pom- ons and tho favors were small askcts ot varicolored cellophane lied with mints. The repast was ervcd by a committee from the uxlliary with Mrs. Max OrndorfT erving an chairman. After the banquet which was for members only, a business session vas held. Matters of a routine na- urc were taken care of. The remainder of the evening was given ver to bingo. * K J 9 V A Q 6 3 4 A J 10 9 7 * t (Dealer: South, North-South vulnerable.) ' It West's Interference bidding Indicates a holding 6f six spades and live clubs, how ahould South play' for 7-No trump against a lead of tile spade 6? 19)9, Kinx mtua SredJtitc, Inc. SURPRISE SHOWER IS GIVEN FOR DONALD THOMAS, WIFE A beautifully appointed surprise shower was held Wednesday evening, January 17, at the home of Mrs. Helen Canouse of King's Hill, Owensdale, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomas, who were .married July 24 at Bro\ynsvil!e. Mrs. Canouse is nn aunt of Mr. Thomas. Many lovely gifts were presented to the couple. They expressed their ap- preciatior and thanks for the delightful surprise. Fifty guests were present and at a late hour Mrs. Canouce served n dainty lunch. ."Mr. and Mrs. Thomas spent their honeymoon during the Christmas holidays at Niagara Falls nnd Buffalo, N. Y. They are (it home ut Cherry street, Snydcrtown. Mrs. Thomas will be remembered as Miss Dorothy Trump, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Trump of Grandview avenue. Mr. Thomas Is a son of Mrs. Myrta Thomas ot Connellsvilo R. D. Both were graduated from the Connellsville High School the Class of 1030. with Thank Offcrlnc Service. The Girlr,' Misisonary Circle No. 0 ot the First Methodist Protestant Church will meet nt 7:30 o'clock this evening at the home of Miss Wiui- etta Yodcr. The quarterly thank offering service will be held. Mrs. Florence Pcnn will have charge of the dcvotlonals. Will Meet Frldaj. The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Evangelical Church o( South Connollsville will hold Its monthly meeting Friday evening at Ihe home of Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Mankamyer. Plans will be completed for the yearly program. D. D. D. Club Friday. The D. D. D. Club will meet Friday evening at tho home of Mrs. Fred Solsson in First street, South Connellsville. Ruby P. Ritenour is Bride of Wayne Clark Mr. and Mrs. James F. Ritenour of South Connellsville announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ruby Pearl Ritenour, to Wayne Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark of Sycamore street. Rev Terruh Boyd, pastor of the Churc): ot God, performed the ceremony al 8 o'clock Saturday evening, Jnnuar 21, at tho home of the bride. To the strains of Wagner's wedding march from "Lohrengrin," played bj Iss Blanche Boyd, the wedding party entered the room. The bride attractive In a shcbla blue crepe dress with matching accessories, was given In marriage toy her father. Hoi shoulder corss.gc was of pink rose buds. Miss Beuluh Ritenour, sister of the bride was maid of honor. She wore a pale blue crepe dress with matching accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Harry Clark was his brother's DCS man. Stella Mac McLnughlin, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McLaughlin was ring bearer. After tho ceremony a buffet tup per was served. The table was ccn lercd with n beautiful two-tier wed ding cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Bouquets o snapdragons, yellow daisies and jonquils were used throughout tht rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Clark are residing with the latters's parents, Mr. an Mrs. Ritenour in South Connellsville Guests from Smlthflcld, Haydcn town and York Run attended tin wedding. DANCE TONITE EAGLES HALT, The Dixonians 8:30 to 12:011 ROBERT ROB31NS 800 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 457-158 ConncUsvlllc. Ta. Swim, if you must--but don't let anything -;. keep you from these unusual cooking classes where you'll learn the last word in modern time-and-work-saving methods. CONNELLSVILLE COURIER COOKING SCHOOL . Last Class Tomorrow--Friday, January 27 : ORPHEUM THEATRE -; .% ""' Â·_ . 9:00 to 11:00 A.M. Lecturer^- MRS. DOROTHY BATHGATE Coulter of Grecnsburg first vice-| day niglil. Informations were made Pbce.s lor fbrly were laid at the j president, Fred Turrcll.of Laughlins- after ucorge Betters, Connellsville nnual banquet of the Ladies' Auxll- town second vice-president and Hcl- COVERED-IJISII SUPPEK IS PLANNED BY G. L A. Plans for a 8 o'clock covered-dish upper were completed at the regular meeting ot Merchant Division No. 0, G. I. A. to 'he B. L. E., held Vcdncsday atteraoon nt Elks Hall, 'he supper Is to be served in conncc- lon with the next meeting Wcdncs- ,ay afternoon, February 8, and is for members and families. Tho remainder of the evening .will be given over o cards and bingo. The charter was draped in memory 5f Mrs. Rebecca Gastklll. KEN YON AUXILIARY WILL GIVE SUPPER FRIDAY A covcred-d:sh supper will be icrvcrt nt 0 o'clock Friday night al he small diningroom of the First Methodist Episcopal Church by the Carrie Kcnyon Auxiliary. The rcgu- ar meeting will fullow. MRS. ROY B. OTTO WILL SPEAK BEFORE GRADALES A summary ot "Four-Fold Lille' will be Riven by Mrs. Roy B. Otto al he regular meeting ot tho Gradalo Sorority to be held at T:'i5 o'clock oniglit at the Y. M. C. A. inier-Club Council Elects Officers The Inlcr-Cliib Council of the Y M. C. A., at a meeting Monday night elected Ihe " 'lowing officers: President, John Collinson of tho Streamliners; vice-president, Frank 3urns ot the Blue Devils; secretary Junior Hartmnn of the Y-Pionccrs The council, talked over problem; to be worked out by committees, such as taking care of the ping pong nm pool tables and acting as life guards n the pod. There arc 10 c'ubs in the council It will meet Thursday evening at 0:30 o'clock. m B. Fry, secretary-treasurer. Negro numbers king, ihargcd them with a lottery conspiracy. O N E G A L L O N O F T E X O L I T E * Will COVER THE FOUR WAUS OF AN AVERAGE SIZE ROOM ... You need less paint when you decorata with Texolita, the now principle paint. 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