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January 27, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBLLSVl^Lu;. fj\. , JANUARY ar, iu:w. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Junior Mozart Club To Give Program For "Senior Musicians The Junior Mozart Club will be guests of the senior club at a meeting to be held at 8 o'clock Monday evening at the home of Miss Pearl Keck, East Fairview avenue, instead of the club rooms as prc%'iously planned. Members..of the junior club, o£ which Mrs. Carl T. Anstinc is sponsor, will present the program. Hospital Club Will. Benefit From Party Six tables for contract bridge were called into play at a bridge party given Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. J. Harold Dull in Wills rond. The party was sponsoied by Mrs. Earl F. Harris, Mrs. Clyde Williams, Mrs. Fred Cropp, Mrs. Kenneth W. Godfrey and Mrs. Dull for the benefit of the Hospital Club. Prizes, were awarded to Miss Alice Cropp and Mrs. Clyde E. Goo. Lunch was served, appointments in keeping with the Valentine season being carried out. .-MISSION CIRCLE HONORS HOSTESS WITH SHOWER . Girls' Misslonary-Clrcle-No; 5 of the Methodist Protestant Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs,. Elmer Tannehill in East Falrvluw avenue with 19 members and seven guests present. The devotional period was led by Miss Helen McCoy and a hymn, "Beautiful Garden of Prayer," was sung in unison, after which prayer was repeated. There was a reading by the leader. The question box was given by several of the members. The study book, entitled "Tales of India," was given by Miss Anna Mae Lcwellen. Plans for the semi-annual thank offering to be held Sunday, February 12, were discussed. One new member was received. At the close of the business session, a miscellaneous shower .was given in honor of the hostess, who before her marriage was Miss Grace Breakiron. She received' : " many beautiful gifts. A delicious- lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Lloydella Gangawarc. The next meeting will be held Thursday, February 23, at the home of Miss Lois Bcnford. TAROLD BRUCE DULL IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Harold-Bruce Dull, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. Harold Dull of Wills load. was feted at a lovely birthday party at his home Thursday afternoon. Twenty guests attended from 2 to 5 o'clock and games were played with prizes being awarded to Anita Malone, Ma.-y Ann Whorie, Harry Rich- n~i Lcic'iilltcr and Edward Schomcr. A highlight of the afternoon was a movie of "Pop^yc the Sailor Man," after which sledding was enjoyed for a half hour. The games were played m the recreation room which was gayly decorated with red and white streamers and red hearts pierced with white arrows. Lunch was served by Mrs. Dull. The honored guest was presented with a beautiful cake covered with white frosting and adorned with nine red candles. He j received many beautiful gifts. JUNIOR LEGION UNIT TO FORM PARTY PLANS Plans for a party will be made at a special meeting of the Junior American Legion Auxiliary to be held at 7 o'clock tonight at the Legion Home. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h c p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" TAKE A DEEP FINESSE FINESSES OF CARDS as low as sixes and eights are not ncccs- sarily fancy plays based on plenty of check or gall. In some situations they arc marked as certain to succeed, through careful card-reading based on the bids and plays already made. Such finesses are nothing like as hazardous as an ordinary flncsso of a queen from aco-quccn when there is no Indication regard- Ing the location of the king. A A 4 V K 8 7 i! * K Q 4 * A 10 6 3 KOBERT BOYD HAS CHARGE OF PICKETT CLASS MEETING Robert Boyd, president, was in charge of the January meeting of the W. W. Plckctt Class of th'e" First Methodist ProtesUnl Church, held Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Piper in East Peach street. The meeting opened with devotion- alg. A hymn, "Happy Day," was sung by request of Mrs. C. R. Jones. "A Home Beyond the Skies," was sung in honor of Mrs. Mary Luckey who recently celebrated her 80th birthday. The regular business session was held, after which short talks were given by Rev. A. R. Mansbcrgcr, church pastor; Norman Avcy and A. C. Anderson, Betty Jane Keys and Helen Avey sang two hymns. Three new members were received. It was announced that Mrs. W. H. Adams, Mrs. Etta 'Wright and Mrs. Joel Vernon arc ill and that Miss Althea Stafford is confined to her home with a broken wrist. Mrs. Wright is a patient at the Conncllsville State Hospital. The hostess served a delicious lunch. ESIARUTII BURKHARDT FETED WITH PARTY AT MEADVILLE Miss Emaruth Burkhardt of South Connellsville was honorce at a dinner party. In observance of her birthday, Thursday, January 26, at the home of Miss Edith Rowley at Meadville, Miss Burkhardt, who was . graduated Thursday from Allegheny "College, Meadville, spent last summer with Miss Rowley, head librarian at the college, they having toured many interesting points in New York and Canada. Miss Betty Bultermore, also enrolled at ^"leghcny College, was a guest at the party. C. D. OF A. GIVES PARTY ' FOR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS Court Annunciate No. 260, Catholic Daughters, of America, held its monthly social Thursday night at . Elks Hall. Ten members and their friends were present and spent a . most enjoyable evening at bridge, five hundred and other, games, for which prizes were awarded. After the games lunch was served, attrac- tice Valentine appointments prcvail- -ing. . .' The party was in charge of Mrs. Margaret Smyth and her aides. EVELYN CROSS IS HOSTESS TO GIRLS' SEWING CLUB Mrs. Evelyn Cross entertained the Young Girls' Sewing Club Thursday - evening at her home in South Connellsville. Sewing was the diversion of the evening. Lunch was -served " by the hostess, assisted by her sisters, Mari« and Helen Turney. - - - Th« next meeting _will be held -"Thursday, February 2, at" the home "of "·Miss Helen Pritchard in South Arch ·street. Art. Braddock Man (o Wed. · Miss Alice Marie Springer of Fair- ;chanc« and Francis Phclan, son of -'Mr. and Mrs. John Phelan of Mount :Braddock, will be quietly married at 3 o'clock Saturday evening at Dunbar. Mr. Phelan jnd bride will reside at Uniontown where the former is employed as a mechanic at Phelan's garage. I'oNh-Ainoriciiii Chili. BVEUSOX, PA. Saturday, January 28 Music By Silver Streamliners Dance Every Saturday Jilifht Until Lent. Everybody Welcome 3Ilsr!'jnary_Soclcty Meets. _ The Missionary,_Socic.tj" of .the Church of God mot Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Homer Clark in South Conncllsvillc. Mrs. Ray Bittncr, president, presided over the business session at which time a discussion wns held concerning the" two quUts being made for the Yearly State Camp meeting at Emilinton. Mrs. lx:vi' Stoncr will entertain '. the ' society Thursday, February 23, at*-her home in Woodlawn avenue _ . . Marriage Announced. Announcement is mndc of the marriage of William Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilham EvnnB of Dicterson Run, and Marion Bennett of Pittsburgh. Tiic ceremony took place Saturday, January 21, in the manse of n Presbyterian Church in Pitti- burgh. A 7 (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable.) Here was one time that a player gave too accurate a count of his hand during the bidding. After South's 1-Dlaiaond, West bid 1- Spado, North 2-Hoart*. South 3- Hearta, West 4-Clubs, North *-Dla- monds and South now Invited slam with the Blackwood convention bid of 4-No trump, asking his partner about sees. West cut In with B-Clubs. but North managed to show his two aces with 6-H«arts, sines 5-Dlamonds would have shown one and a pass would have shown none. South next bid S-No trump to ask about kings. West Interrupted this with 6-Spadcs, whereupon North revealed two kings with 7-Clubs, as 6-No trump would have shown one und a pass none. South then chosn 7-No trump as the contract. The 3pad£ 6 lead was won by the 0. South thrm ran five diamonds and led to jthc heart K. West's bidding had Indicated six spades and five clubs, and he had shown two singletons. Bast therefore- held all the other hearts. So the heart 0 xta unensed successfully when East failed to cover, and the contract was made, with four tricks In hearts, three In spades, five In diamonds and one In clubs. · · * Tomorrow's Problem Ik Q 8 4 if Q 9 7 · A 4 + 10 8 i e 10 6 3 ( 6 5 4 J 10 9 8 , J 3 Attorney Cottom Will Be Speaker At Grange Dinner Attorney H. Vance Cottom will be the principal speaker Saturday afternoon nt the annual oyster dinner of Curfew Grange in the grange hall at Flatwoods. The dinner is for members t'Ud their families. The program is scheduled to begin at 1 o'clock rr,d will he as follows: Group singmfi. Violin iolo, John Carroll Robinson, accompanied by Miss Betty Higln- )otham, Reading, Clyde Wells. Piano solo, Clark Bailey. Novelty number, Charles Hutton. Reading, Catherine Mosser. Trumpet solo. Jack Thorpe, accompanied by Miss Helen Eckert. Address, Attorney H. Vance Cot- Lorn of Uniontown., Closing songs by audience. A K 0 3 7 (Dealer: North. Both Bides vulnerable.) With the heart 4 led against South'e 3-No trump contract. East winning with tho K, what cord should he lead to the second trick?* ANOTHER CAPACITY CROWD AT FINAL COURIER COOK SCHOOL Emarufh Burkhcirdf Receiver Diploma Emarulh Burkhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Burkhardt of Gibson avenue, South Conncllsvillc, was graduated Thursday from Allc- Cheny College, Mendyil'0,-^on her twenty-first birthday. She "received her bachelor of science degree. Miss Burkhardt majored in three sciences and mmored in mathematics. She is also credited to teach Spanish and mathematics. In her freshman .year, Miss Burkhardt belonged to the Independent Sorority, Outing Club and also was with the debating team. During her sophomore year she was initiated into the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority and was'also'a'member of the debating team. In her junior and senior yeor, she belonsed to the Allegheny Singers "and 'was in the'Ath- letic Club tournaments. Miss Burkhardt was initiated into the Professional Education Sorority of the Kappa Delta Epsilon and the Phi Beta Phi. She is president of the Senior Spanish Glut and Is active and pupular on the campus, as well as i n - t h e - c i t y of Meadville. She sponsors the Girl Reserves at the Y. W. C. A. and directs them in their plays and social activities. She also assists the Girl Scout, Troop 1, at Meadville and is an active member of the Sunday school and choir of the Presbyterian Church of Meadville. The closing session of The Courier's three-day cooking tchool at the Orpheum Theatre this morning attracted another rccoid breaking crowd. Attendance was estimated at 1,000, the fame as Thursday.'. During the three sessions approximately 2,900 persons were in attendance and enjoyed the lectures and demonstrations of Mrs. Dorothy Btithgatc, in d-irge of the school. · Hostess today was Mrs. B. H. Willard, president of the Woman's Culture Cluj. Ushering were Eleanor Keffcr, June Williams, Bernice Smith, Gertrude Waug.imnn, Jean Sullivan, Mary Wi rd, Ethel Stnngc, Martha Welsh, Beryl Shelley and Ruby Adams, senior High School girls. The school closed with awarding of door prizes to the following: Bag of ijrocorics, donated by Lever Brothers Company and West Side T" rkel, Mrs. Clara Deiter. Molded pudding. Mrs. Frank Stclndl. Two boxes of cake flour, Clarence E. Ncth, Jr. Ba» _.i .Toccricb'. La Verne Howclls, Fudge, June Friend. Sack of .iour, Mrs. Worman. Mor- rcll. BUR of groceries.' Mrs. Joseph Craft. Graham cracker cake, Mrs. Anna Weaver, Mount Pleasant. Spaghetti nnd meat balls, Mrs. John White. Bog of groceries, Helen Galik. Pineapple and raisin pie, Mrs. Philip Rcilly. Bag of groceries, Mrs. Charles H. Ballard. Buttermilk spice cake, Mrs. Louis Sidow. Spaghetti and meat balls, Mrs. Ray Fosbiink. Bag of groceries, Mrs. Stephen Zavatsky, Jr. Pineapple and raisin pic, Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, Dunbar. Cherry pic, Mrs. Jolm E. McClaln. Bag of groceries, Mary Glotfclty. Spaghetti and meat balls, Anna White Rotllcr. Lemon sponge 'pie, Mrs. Kenneth Stout. Bag of groceries, Miss Ethel Lapc. Cherry Pic, Mrs. H. B. Moore, St. James Park, Dawson. Bag of groceries, Mrs. Anna Jackson. Bag of groceries, Emma Jean Hay. ' Bag of groceries, Mac Nicholson. Fern--donated -by P. R. DcMuth and Sons, Mrs. L. F. Oppmnn. Three County WPA Projects Approved Three Fayette county Works Pro- grcsc Administration projects, have been given approval In Washington, Congressman J. Byell Snyder has advised The Courier. They provide for expenditure of nearly $11,000. One expends S792 to sort, arrange, flic and set up a new index of teachers certificate records for .Fayette county scfibols. ' . Another provides $2,201 to clean, rcpulr and rct'ad text and library books for Nicholson township school disti-ict while a third .iHocatcs $7,723 for a similar project In Sprlnghill township. Wine, Dine and Dance TO LARKY PH1LMPS A'D HIS Saturday Night The Mayflower' Route 119, Everson, l'n. Tor Reservations Call Scottd.ilc 0470. Hospital Fatlcnts. Sandy Laborio of North 10th street, James Harden of Conncllsville, R. D. 1, Mrs 1 . Lenora Lcusher of Kingvlcw and Vincent Keill of Conncllsville, R. D. 1, have been admitted to Con- nellsvillc State Hospita' for .treatment. Crawford Tea Room Home Made Layer Cakes CHOCOLATE CAKES YELLOW CAKES SPICE CAKES With Any Kind of Icing. ANGEL FOOD CAKE With Fresh Strawberry Icing. To be sure ot the kind of cake you want place your order the previous day, A DELICIOUS - _ Chicken and Waffle Dinner FRIDAY SATURDAY EVENINGS 75c Other Dinners Vrom oOc Lincoln Birthday Dinner. CREENSBURC, Jan. 17.--Westmoreland county Republicans are banning a Lincoln birthday dinner either on Saturday, February 11, or Monday, February 13. H is hoped a.have State Supreme Court Judge George W. Maxey as the principal speaker.. Stork at Hospital A son was born at 6:24 o'clock Thursday evening at Connellaville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Welling of Vanderbilt. CONFLUENCE YOUTH 1 ADMITS ROBBERY Special to rhc Courier. / CONFLUENCE, Jan. 27.--Ralph- Shipley, 19, arraigned before Justice ' of the Peace Earle Hall on a charge i of robbing Colborn's Pharmacy early j Sundny morning, was committed to ' the Somerset county jail to await I arraignment before Judge Norman T. Boose on February 14. Constable Frank Previcre and a State Motor Policeman arrested Shipley shortly after the robbery was discovered by a store cleric and he is said by the officers to have admitted the burglary and to f:avc signed a confession. Shipley told police he took "$11 and two packs of clgarets from the drug store. Entrance to the store was gained through the trapdoor leading to the Ilrst floor from the cellar. Four Arrested in Child Welfare Cases Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 27--Four men have be?n taken into custody and additional wholesale arrests ordered by Judne W. Russell Carr In cases where maintenance of dependent children has been shunted by parents known to have sources of Income. Informations were made before Alderman Robert F. Hopwood. Jr., against Riley Moore of Alicia, father of six children; Leonard Coloflesh of Romney, near Indian Head, father of four; Frank Martin of Lcith, father of four, and Isaac W. Lancaster of Middlctown, father of one. Orders for the arrests come from the -ourt, it was learned following reports from Miss Fanny Machettc of the county welfare bureau and Female Probation Officer Helen Reagan upon which the court directed investigation into particular cases where parents, rather than the county, should support the families. IF YOU FEEL SUNK Read this and cheer up Art you to bloc that llf« (· no loneer worth -llrlog? Do you csy caally? 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