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P.\C~ TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 193S. B. KINCELL Hospital Auxiliary Will Meet Tuesday The Women's Auxiliary to the Connellsvjlle State Hospital will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Hospital. A report of the annual Christmas work at the Hospital will be given by the committee. MRS. EVA MII/tER IS HEAD NOKA E. HALFIIIU. IS FETED ON 17TH BIRTHDAY A delightful surprise party was given Thursday evening at the home of Miss Nora E. Halfhill in East Fairview avenue in honor of her seventeenth birthday. Activities of the evening weie m charge of the honorec's mother, Mrs. Roy Halfhill, assisted by Miss Marian Phillippi, Miss Kay Martin and Miss Carol S. Hauck. The main diversion was dancing and at a late hour a delicious OF EAST LIBERTY CIAIC lunch was served by Mrs. Halfhill. The East Liberty Fancywork Club was delightfully entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. T. Landymore of North Dawson. Fourteen members and two guests, Mrs.'George Shalienberger and Miss Jean Seefclt, were present. "·The -business session was conducted by the president, Clyde F. Bandolph. Officers for the enusing 'year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Eva Miller; vice-president, Mrs. Howard Colbert; secretary, Mrs. Katharine Patterson; -treasurer, Mrs. Carl Budd. The hostess served a delicious lunch, assisted by Mrs. George Shalienberger. -Bingo" was then enjoyed. Prizes were received by Mrs. Carl Budd, Mrs. ·Howard Colbert and Mrs. Eva Miller. Mrs. Budd was also awarded the draw prize. Mrs. Clarence Murray received the club prize. The next meeting to be held Thursday night, January 27, at the "home of Liberty. Mrs. O. S. Oglevcc at Her aides wore Mrs. Jack Murray and Mrs. Jennie Poiser. The table was centered with a bouquet of yellow roses. Places were laid for twenty-Jour guests. Miss Halfhill was the recipent of many beautiful gifts. Out-of-town guests included Kenneth Keffer, a former resident oi Jacksonville, Fla., Bernard B. Collins and Frances Elkins of Uniontown, George Arnold, James Dunn and Lee Johnson of Vanderbilt anc Miss Marjone burgh. Wadding of Pitts- M. E. EPWORTH LEAGUERS' - - ATTEND REVIVAL SERVICE Miss - Ruby Taylor, Miss 'Alma Dawson, Miss Ruth Blacka and Will- Jam Husband, members of the Ep- ·worth League of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Miss Ethel DcBolt, Miss Mary Morris, Thomas IieBolt, Donald Gore, Harold Kooser and Harold Frye, of the Greenwood league, attended the revival service Thursday night at the James Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, Vanderbilt. This being Win My Chum Week, members of the ConncUsvilIe sub-distrlut of the league attended in a body. All of the leaguers sang. Thomas DeBoIt Bang a special number and the Greenwood leaguers Tendered a chorus selection. At the dose of the service the sub- district cabinet met. Plans for n rally to be held at Monarch in February and for a roller skating party, dates to be announced, were discussed. It was also decided to ask each league in the district to give a donation to Miss Margaret Kriz, coke missionary, for her work in Fayctte county. MRS. C. E. GOE HOSTESS TO J. L. PROTJDFIT CLASS Mrs. Clyde E. Goe entertained the 3. L. Proudflt Class of the First Presbyterian Church Tlwsday night at her home in South Eighth street, j Greenwood. Mrs. Henry F. Martz, president, presided and Mrs. Don C. Fosselman was in charge of the devotionals. T. J. Hooper, class teacher, was present for a short time. He gave a brief talk and also reported his daughter, Mrs. James Whipkey, ·who has been ill sicca last July, to be slightly improved. ' At the close of the nueting the committee composed of Mrs. Goc, Mrs. Robert Hooper, Mrs."W. O. Bailey and Mrs. Martz, served a dainty lunch. /The next meeting will be held Thursday night, February 10, at the home of Mrs. Henry W. McRobbic to Snydcr street. GLADYS JEAN PATRICK IS ·· -BRTDE OF MICHAEL FARREL Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Gladys Jean Patrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick of Scottdaler and'MichaerJosoph Farrel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Farrel of Spruce street, Mount Pleasant, on Saturday, January 8, at the Boman Catholic Church at Greensburg. - The bride was formerly employed in the offices of Dr. James A. Cowan and Dr. Charles L.JRenahefc, Mount Pleasant. ~~~~^ I On' their .-return,^from". a sltrt wedding trip, v Mr.- nnd_Mrs. Farrel will be at home at Grcensburgcwhcrc the b.ridcgroonvte:.cmpjoyccr"by the BortztrHardwarerCompr: Beginning a Life of Service "BRASS TACKS" ON THE SUNDA Y SCHOOL LESSON E. M. S. CLASS ARRANGES FOR VALENTINE PARTY The E. M. S. Class of the Methodist Protestant Church met Fridaj night at the church with twenty members and one guest present The meeting was in charge of the vice president, Miss Ethel Goswick. Goot reports were given by the differcn committee chairmen. The class wll hold a cottage prayer meeting, Fri day evening, February 4, at 7:31 o'clock at'tho home of Mrs. Dill in West Gibson avenue. Plans were made for a valentine party Friday evening, February 11, at ihc socia room of the church. Handkerchief showers were givci for four members, Mrs. Ernest Hcf fley, Miss Mabel Burkcy, Miss Lorna Gangnwere and Miss Jean Jeffers, in honor of their birthdays. The business session was sopplc- mcntcd by a delightful social hour. A committee composed of Miss Virginia Seal, Miss Betty Rlchey nnd Miss Sara Ann Hay, served a delicious lunch. MISS ELIZABETH B. RUPP TELLS OF TRIP ABROAD An interesting talk by Miss Elizabeth B. Hupp, who recently returned from a tour of Italy, France, Egypt and the Holy Land, featured a well attended meeting of the Church Work Society of Trinity Reformed Church Thursday night at the home of Mrs. W. A. Withcrtte in Vine street. Mrs. George H. Shumaker, president, was in charge and at the close of the meeting the hostess served a dainty lunch. By DR. ALVIN E. BELL (The International Uniform Leeson on the above topic for Jan. 16 Is Mark 1:11-28, the Golden Text being Mark 1:15, ~Tho time to fulfilled, and the kingdom of God IB at hand: repent ye, ond believe In the goo- "GOD BURIES the workmen, but he carries forward the work." "Now after John was delivered up, Juraa came Into Galilee, preaching tile gospel of God." For year Jesus had been busy at his ministry In Judaea. This has been called "the year of obscurity." It» record, found only In John 1:194:42. belongs between verses 13 and 14 of Mark's first chapter. where Mark begins his account of "the year of popularity", of Jesus' Galilean ministry. As John goes. Jesus comes. Both have their part in the plan of God. It is something for us to remember when death removes our loved ones. JOet us then look for Jesus as ho "comes preaching the gospel of God." It was a grief-burdened, oln-cursed world into which Jesus came, bringing as God's remedy for all humanity's needs nothing but "the gospel of God." What confidence ho had In the power of that gospel, to remake a troubled world: "Jesus came preaching the gospel of God, and saving-. The time is fulfilled and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe In the gospel." Authority In Realm of Devotion One word stands out In this lesson as expressing the Impression Jesus made by his words and works; It '* the word "Authority". "Be taughh them as having au- Vhorlty" ahd "with authority he commandeth even tlie unclean spirits, and they obey him." Ho wielded this same authority In the realm of human devotion wherever men opened their hearts to us love. "Come ye after me, and I will make you to become Ushers of men. And straightway they · eft the nets, and followed him." Thus Simon Peter and Andrew yielded to the winsome authority it hia loving appeal. "And going on a little further, he saw James the son of Zebedee, and John his brother. . . . And straightway he called them:- and they left their father Zebedto In the beat with the hired sorvnnto. and Went after him." Howl far T James to the icaffold In Jerusalem; Peter to the cross in Rome: John to exile in Patmoa.' And what colossal characters he made these plain fishermen to become. Never would they have boasted that they were "oelf-mado men"! Their Master literally "made them to become" all they ever were. Authority In Doctrine" "And they go into Capernaum: and straightway on the sabbath day ho entered Into the synagogue and taught. And they were astonished at hb teaching: for he taught them as having authority, and not as the scribes." He was not mouthing over tho teaching of other teachers of whom he learned. "Verily, verily, I say unto you," was the keynote of his authority «o bo taught tho people about God and heaven.' Ha spoke with the'same authority as be addressed the realm of demons: "Jesus rebuked him. saying. Hold thy peace, and come out of him. And the unclean spirit, tearing him and crying with a load voice came out of him. And they were all amauxJ, . . . saying. What la tolsf A new (cacalng! With authority be comniandeth, even the unclean spirits, and they obey him!" Are we yielding to his tenifloent authority as he says to. us. ^Repent ye, and believer" · TON OF ICE FALLS ON MINE CAGE IN RENTON SHAFT; ACME MAN SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 15.--Sunday will be denominational men's day at the United Brethren Church. The church has on a special effort to make thus a very great occasion for all men and boys of the church. The program will include music, with the men of the church in charge. The guest speaker will be Rev. A. R. Mansberger of tho Methodist Protes- lant Church, Conncllsvillc. The vesper service will be held as usual at 4 o'clock Sunday aftcinoon. Ready to Debate. The East Huntingdon Township High School debate season will open Tuesday evening, when it will rruct Llgonlcr Township at Alveiton. Each ot the members. o£ this year's team will have had at Icjst three years' speaking experience, and while tl.e team last year defeated Latiobc, West Newton, Ligonier and Joan- ncttc, it lost to Monesscn in the finals. This year's conch is Miss IsabcIIe Doherty. On the team are three boys and one girl, Hilton Wick, Ilon- ry Wick, Joseph Sutor and Miss Betty Stoner. One of the Wick brothers, Hilton, will be on the affirmative side with Miss Stoner, while Henry will be on the negative side with Joseph Sutor. Temperance Dlscuision. Temperance will be the topic of the opening exercises at the Sunday morning session of the church schoo' at the Methodist Episcopal Church Miss Irene Colborn, with a group of girls, will have charge of the program. Evangelical Revival. Revival meetings will begin Sunday evening ft the Evangclica Church. The pastor, Rev. D. A. Mill. er, will be assisted by Rev. G. A Marks. Rev. Marks will speak Sun day evening on "Choked Channels.' FRIENDSHIP CLASS MEETS - ·_ WTH ants.-j. c. MOORE " A meeting of the Friendship Club Was held Friday night at the home: of Mrs. J". C. Moore in East Cedar avenue. ~ Bingo was played, prizes being won by Mrs. Wilford Laughrey of Kittannmg, Mrs. C. Roy Miller and Mrs. George Hall. The "pig" was won by Mrs. Frank A. Pitsch, a guest. Mrs." Sadie McCiintocfc won the door prize. A dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Moore. : The_next jnccting will be held at thc~homc-oTMrs.' John-Lewis of South Prospect street" on" Friday night, February 31. MKS. ANNA E. COKVIN IS ' HEAD OF BIBLE CLASSS ' Officers of the Ladies' Bible Class of the South Connellsville -Evangelical Church" "arc: President, Mrs. Anna E. Corvin; vice-president, Mrs. A. L. Lowman; secretary, Mrs. Blanche Miller; treasurer, Mrs. Harry Mahoney; teacher, Mr;. Grant Shoemaker; assistant, Mrs. Jennie Swartz. The class meets at the home of members on the third Thursday of each month for meeting. T. J. HOOPER CLASS MEETING ANNOUNCED A meeting of the T. J. Hooper Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church will be held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. L. Dale Johnson of Race street. The committee composes Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. J. G. Haynes, Mrs. A. P. Freed and Mrs. A. B. Norton, Jr. Mrs. M. J. Cummings will be leader of dc- votionais MRS. E. R. KOOSER WILL ENTERTAIN AID SOCIETY Mrs. Ernest R, Kooser will entertain the Ladies' Aid Society of Trinity Lutheran Church at its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at o'clock at her home. In Gallatin avenue. Card, Bingo Party. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company will give a card and bingo party Monday night at the firemen's rooms "Christ of Divine Grace" Sermon Theme Tomorrow At First M. E. Church "The Christ of Divine Grace" v41 be the sermon theme Sunday mom- ing at 11 o'clock at the First Methodist Episcopal Church. "The third theme in the three month Christ-centered crusade Includes tho baptism and all the events in the first year-of Jesus' active ministry. In the brief time allotted for a sermon, we shall follow the footprints of Jesus through the 12 months of A. D. 27 from January to December. Many of the most interesting and important events in life of our Master took place during the first year ot His ministry. Thi first miracle at the marriage at Cana of Galilee, the cleansing of the temple, the woman at the well and the healing of the nobleman's son will-be among the list of events tha will show the influence o£ the Christ of Divine Grace," Rev. L. S. Elliot said. The evening service will be hclc at 7:30 o'clock and will continue the study of the great teachings of Jesus by using the subject, "What Jcsui Teaches About Himself." Girl Born to Prcstias. A daughter was born Saturday afternoon, January 8, at 3 o'clock, to Mr. and Mrs. Felix Prestia at their home, 323 McCormlck avenue. The baby has t bccn named Monica Ann for its mother. Mrs. Prestia and ,, ,- Daughter arc gelling along nicely business nnd social i Mr. Prcstin is a well known loca 1 photo finisher. KIVG'S DAUGHTERS WILL MEET TUESDAY NIGHT The King's Daughters Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell m East Green Ktrect. Tables Turned on Junkman. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., Jan. 15.-Robert She/Tcr increased considerably his stock of junk when his auto- trailer, laden with junk, crashed a guard-rail and ran away. The trailci was added to the junk pile after that Special to Thft Courier. NEW KENSINGTON, Jon. 15.-- fohn Yonek, 39, ot R. D. 2, Acme, Pa., one of four miners injured when a ton of ice fell on a mine cage Wednesday, died in the local lospital Thursday night from a skull fracture. Yonck was injured while riding Jic cage in the shaft of the Union Collieries Company at Renton, Pa. Three other miners, John Pylo, 36, of Calumet, William Winslog, 26, of Harrison township and Bat'Jstc Montanari, 28, of Renton, still arc in the hospital. Twelve men were in the cage when the accident occurred. They had been assigned to clean up a section of the level preliminary to resumption of operations today. The falling ice, witnesses said, jarred loose gravel and boulders, cascading nearly a ton of debris on the occupants of the rage. Beyond scratches and bruises the, other eight miners on the conveyance were unhurt. HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT Special to Th* Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 15.-The Junior Women's Club had as its month's activity a sledding party Thursday evening. Three cleds were used for the 36 members. The back roads near the Ben King farm were used. Following the party, Miss Dorothy Bryce entertained ot her home on Orchard Hill with light refreshments. Installation Service. There will be a special candle light installation service at Trinity i,uther- an Church Sunday evening, when the officers of the Luther Leagues will be installed. The service will begin at 7.30 o'clock. The pait/xr. Rev. George C. Booth, will have charge of the service. The church has four leagues, the Little Leaguers, ranging .in age from four to eight years; the Junior Leaguers, from eight to 12 years; the Intermediates, from 12 to 16 years, and the Seniors from 16 up. Gome to Harrisburjr. William C, Cochrane, teacher of agriculture in the Mount Pleasant schools, is planning to take some of the members of his agriculture classes to Harrisburg January 17 to attend the annual State Farm Pioducts Show, the largest of its kind to be held in the State. Ramsay School has been represented at the show for several years. Personal Mention. Clifford G. Singlcy left Friday for Harrisburg to bring home his wife and son, "Skippy," who have been visiting at_Mrs. Singiey's home since before the holidays. News of Day At Dunbar Special to Th« Courier. DUNBAR, Jan. 15 --Installation of officers took place in the Jr. O, U. A. M. hall on Monday evening, with past councillor William 'Martin in- 6talllng in place of District Deputy E. S, Shupe who was ill. Officers Induced were as follows: Councillor, Howard Hampton; vice- councillor, James Riser; recording secretary, W. C. Jacobs; assistant recording secretary, Charles Brubakcr; financial secretary, Daniel D. Hair; treasurer, Edwin Baker; warden, Samuel Roum; conductor, Fred Lowery; trustee, Albert Hughes. Episcopalian Services. Rev. Baylcs of Pittsburgh will be in charge of the services which will take place in St John of the Wilderness Protchtant Episcopal Church on Sundny afternoon at 4 o'clock. Fidelity Club Meets. Members of the Fidelity Club met on Tuesday c/emng at the home of Mrs. Einora Kidd. The next meeting will take place nt the home of Mrs. Rose Lowery. This gathering will be in the form of a Valentine party. FInrt Son Born. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Smltlcy of Tower Hill are the proud parents of a son, the first child in the family, born to them at Brownsville General Hospital on Wednesday. The little fellow who weighed 5*4 pounds at birth has been named William Charles. The new mother prior to her marriage was Miss Helen Soltis of Lelsenring No. 1. The Smitleys are former residents. Circle Has Lunch. Circle No. 2 of the Methodist Protestant Church enjoyed n very dclictablc lunch which was served in the church dining room on Thursday. Attends Concert. Miss Margaret Galderesi attended a concert in Pittsburgh on Thursday evening. Wallace-Chosen Ohiopyle Health. Board President OHIOPYLE, Jan. 15.--The Ohio- yle Board of Health was rcorgan- sed Wednesday evening. W. A. Wai- ace was named as president, suc- ceding the resignation of William 'ohnson. Mrs. Gwendolyn Waters, icalth offlcer;Oran Waters, secretary, ovlth Harrison Taylor, Dr. E. E. Philips nnd Allen Bolan as members of he board. William Mason, who was injured iy a fall on the pavements on Monlay was removed Tuesday to the Frantz Hospital at Confluence. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hamilton and daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. William Burnworth and granddaufihter, Viola, attended the funeral of Mrs. N. A. Knotter at Confluence on Wednesday morning. Miss Gertrude Burnworth is re- )ortcd on the sick list. William Neargard was a Connelis- ville visitor Saturday atlornoon. William Johnson and Thomas ·"leming, Jr., were among the Un- ontown visitors Monday. Mrs. Fannie Waters is on the sick 1st. FORCOE.DS WBODY BUILDING/ SMOKER Benefit K. o£ C. Basketball Team, Tuesday Jan. 78 iniis Building, A'orth PJtfsburg Street. Admission .'iOc Pickpockets Try Church. BERKELEY, Cal, Jan. 15.--A new field of operations for pickpockets has just been opened here. Two choir singers at the North Congregational Church had their purses stolen while services were in progress. DANCE TONIGHT --to-John Kiferle and His Orchestra LAZY HOUR RANCH No Coter. No Minimum Perry Dedication Services End Sunday The week of special services marking the golden anniversary of the dedication of the Perryopolis Methodist Episcopal Church will close tomorrow night with a program of music by a Uniontown chorus. Rev. Dr. Thomas G. Hicki, Monongahela district superintendent, will preach Sunday morning. Rev. Fred Grimm, pastor, said that the church is pleased at the good attendance at the services and thai the anniversary has been a great success. School Director Quits. Groigc Feins has resigned ns school director at Pavett* City. Author Hits Critic Of His Play But Gels Beating in Return By United Press. NEW YORK, Jan. 11--Jack Kirk land, author of the pncnomcnal stage j success, "Tobacco Road," was so j irked by the critical roasting of his new play, "Tortilla Fl it," that he punched Richard Watts, drama critic of the New York Herald-Tribune, it became known today. The punch was delivered Thursday night in the artists and writers restaurant near the Herald-Tribune office, a most unfortunate locale for the playwright because it Is frequented by many of "Watts* best friends. Jack Beeck, proprietor of the restaurant, promptly socked Kirkland in the jaw and added a few more wallops as the playwright reeled backwards to the door. There Ralph Hewitt, former Columbia all- American football player, tried to slop the light. But when he learned Watts had been hit, he swung lit Kirkland himself. Hewitt missed and Arthur Kuhn, foreman of the Herald-Tribune composing room, stepped in. He demanded to know why the playwright had punched Watts. When Kirkland muttered something uncomplimentary, Kuhn smashed him with two fast rights. Mrs. Eva K. Truxai Is Dead at Somerset SnecUl to Tho Courier. SOMERSET, Jan. 14.--The funeral service for Mrs. Eva Kooser Truxnl, 82 years old, widow of Dr. A. E. Truxai, was hold Thursday afternoon at the late home with Rev. Dr. George L. Roth of St. Paul's Reformed Church officiating. Interment was made in Union Cemetery. She was the third daughter of the laic Curtis O'liarn and Emellne Kierman Kooser and was born and reared in Somerset. Following her marriage to the Rev. Dr. Truxai they resided m Manor, Westmoreland county, foi a number of years prior to moving to Meycrsdale, where Dr. Truxai occupied the pulpit of Amity Reformed Church for nearly thirty years. Upon his retirement from the ministry 36 years ago Dr. Truxa], with his :!amily, came to Somerset to live. Six children were born to this union, the two oldest, Mrs. Emily Truxai Binford and Albert Truxai, nre deceased, and she is survived by Attoiney W. Curtis Truxai and Miss Rebekah 1C Tiuxal ot Somerset, Dr. Cyius W. Truxai of Wayne and Mrs. John C. Ritchy of Bellevue; four grandchildren, William Binford of Somerset, Albert Truxai of Boise, Idaho, Mrs. William MacGeorge of Philadelphia and Nancy Ritchy of BeJIevue. She is also survived by one sister. Miss Rebecca Koosjr of West Patriot street, and a biothci, Edmund K. ECooscr, -.vho icvides in Nw Ynrk. Perryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, J?n. 15.--Margaret Allison ot Unlontown spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Allison. Mrs. W. P. Lint, Miss Ruth Elwell, Mrs. Olive Drumm and B. H. Waugh served on the jury this week in Uniontown. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ira Blair had a turkey dinner for all their family in celebration of three anniversaries--their own wedding anniversary, their daughter, P.cna's birthday, and their daughter-in-law, Roberta's birthday. Mrs. Howard was in Pittsburgh Tuesday on business. Bert Hixcnbaugh has been confined to his home the past two weeks through illness. Andy Swetts, Joseph Hazy and J. S. Thorpe attended the minstrel show in Connellsville on Tuesday night. Mrs. Keener and Mrs. Dearth of New Salem attended the Christian Church on Wednesday night while the Mis-ses Florence and Velma Keener visited Mrs. Martin Pieisol. On Tuesday afternoon at the rtl! dny quilting at the Christian Church the women had n hankerchief shower for Mrs L. L. Lowthcr m honor of her birthay an in appreciation ol the work she has done to make n success of their bi-monthly dinners III Now in Full Blast! 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