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SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 103S. DAlLiY OUUK11UK. CONNlSLLSVTLliE, PA. PAGE THREE. Among the Churches FIRST UNITED BRETHREN Lincoln avenue at Race street, Elmer A. Schultz, minister--Unified service of worship, sermon and Bible study, 9:30 to 11:25 A. M., sermon by pastor, "A Challenge to Fellow Men." Bible stu3y by classes of all ages. Congregational meeting at 11:30 A. M. "Christian Endeavor societies, 6:30 P. M., junior, intermediate and senior groups. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Men's day service in charge of the Otterbein Men's Brotherhood. HIGHLAND BAPTIST S. M. Hayman, pastor--Sunday school, 10 A. M. Preaching at 11:30 A. M. Program at 8 P. M. Prof. Crawford will preach at 3 P. M. on January 30. Business meeting of the church on January 21 at 8 P. M. GREENWOOD M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Preaching at 9:30. Sunday school at 10:30. Junior League at 6 o'clock in the evening. Epworth League, 6:45; president, Thomas DeBolt. A cordial invitation to all. ST. JOHN GERMAN LUTHERAN Paul E. Porath, pastor--Sunday school, 9 A. M., hour of worship 10:15 A. M. Newly elected church councilmcn will be installed in connection with the morning service Holy communion will be administered in the English language. Al members not familiar with the German language should make preparation and an earnest endeavor to attend the Lord's Supper at the beginning of the New Year. The theme of the sermon in English wil be "Called to Service." Luther League will meet on Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma Friel. The members of the church council are asked to meet with thi pastor at 9:45 o'clock Sunday morning. TRINITY REFORMED Corner Pittsburg and Green streets C. George Shupc, pastor--9:45 A. M Sunday school hour, "Beginning a Life of Service." 11"A. M., sermon "Giving God a Chance." 7:30 P. M "Getting Away From the Crowd." FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg street and Mor Ion avenue, George R. Krupp, min istcr--Bible school, 9:45 A. M. Morn ing worship at 11; subject, "HI Voice." Pioneer Society, 3 P. M._ P. C. U., 6:30. Evening service, 7:30 theme,-"The Angel in the Way. Mid-week service of prayer an praise Wednesday evening at 7:45. CHUKCII OF THE BRETHREN Vine and Newmyer, F. A. Myers pastor, 1 407 East Green street--9:4 A. M., worship service followed b the sermon and church school; sub ject of sermon, "God Measuring th Church"; lesson, "Beginning a Lif of Service," study of Mark l:14-2Â£ 6:45, Y. P. D. meeting; "Know Your Bible" study. 7:30, preaching service theme of sermon, "Busy Here an There." Monday evening at 7:3 o'clock a conference of the churc school teachers and officers will mce at the church. UNION BAPTIST L. H. Colvin, minister--Sunda school at 9:30. Morning service a 11, sermon subject, "Life, the Sea son of Action." All newly elected 01 fleers will be installed at the close the morning service. B. Y. P. U. ; 6:45 Evening worship in charge pastor. Revival services will sta Sunday morning, January 23, wi Mrs. Hurst, singer of the Nation Convention, present for 10 days. Sh Is a national evangelistic singe Prayer meeting Wednesday cvcnin at 7:30. EVANGELICAL W. S. Harr, pastor--Sunday schor nt 9:30. Preaching service, 10:30. L. C. E., 6:45. Preaching servic 7:30. The evening service will evangelistic with special musi Prayer-meeting on Wednesday evi ning. The firemen's memorial ser\ ice will be held January 23. On Jan uary 24 evangelistic meetings wi begin. CHRISTIAN Merrill L. Cadwell, pastor--Bible hool at 9:30 A. M. Morning wor- ip at 10:40. "Ought Men to Fear od?" The Expanded Session will e in session during the hour of the orning service. Vesper service at 30 P. M. Continuing to review out- tanding pieces of recent fiction, we me to the book by David Garth, ntitled, "Four Men and a Prayer." is a novel of loyalty and unselfish evotion which finds many opponents the form of intrigue and deception, he father of these four sons has ecn court martialcd as the result of clever frame up which brought calth to one man and mounting nies to another. They resolve to nd the truth which they know in- uitively has been concealed. Sus- cnse and action mark the story, but hen the covers have been closed, ou have something to think about .r a long time. Christian Endeavor t S:30 P. M. BRANDENBURGS WILL HOLD FAREWELL SERVICE SUNDAY FIRST BAPTIST Pittsburg streel and Baldwin, J. S. rownlco, minister -- Betty Weakland f the Weakland evangelistic party rill preach at the First Baptist :hurch Sunday morning at 11 o'clock n the opening service of a two weeks ampaign of evangelism, wilh the ethodist Protestant Church co- perating. Sunday night the joint meeting of he two churches will be held in the lethodist Protestant Church and ontinue in that church each night during the first week of the cam- algn. ^ Bible school, 9:45. The Bible school will cooperate in this evangelistic campaign. Nights have been designated for various at the hall in West Peach street. They will leave for their new work ''at Homestead Monday. They welcome all who care to atlcnd Ihe final service. Both Captain and Mrs. Brandenburg arc appreciative of the cooperation of the people of the community. It will be recalled Ihey were Cnp/ain and Mrs. A. L. Brandon- married during their stay here. Mrs. burg, pictured above, will close their Brandenburg was Miss May Hinkle, work with the Salvation Army in who al the time was _ slalioncd at Connellsville Sunday evening when Franklin. The wedding was an event their farewell service will be held of December 14, 1936. Church Notices Must Be Received Friday Notary Speaker Proposes Laugh As Insanity Cure There's health in a good laugh, more in many of them, J. Walter Barnes, head of the Franklin Busi- icss College in the Citizens Bank Juilding, said, in effect, speaking be- ore the Rotary Club at its weekly unchcon Thursday. Ninety-nine pcr- ons who go insane do so because hey don't laugh, said the speaker. Laughing may cure them, he went in. Doctors, he added, cure more patients by smiles than their pills. 'For health, wealth and sanity, take a good laugh," was Mr. Barnes' advice. Smiles arc especially good in business, he said. Mr. Barnes lauded the common eople, especially those who come :rom the small towns and rural dis- ricts. He cited examples to show that great inventions and industrial developments have Ihcir slart in the trains of country folks. et aside '.asses to attend. Monday night, Berean, Mrs. Brownlce, teacher and Jen's, S. B. Dull, teacher. Tucsd:-y r.ighl, E. B. Martin, Mrs. Sourd, cacher; Philathca, R. M. Boyd, cacher; Baraca, W. L. Zollars, teacher. B. Y. P. U. will meet at 0:30 an effort will be made to -have Miss Dorothy Weakland, young people's worker of the parly, speak. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Vandcrbilt, A. V. Mountford, pas;or--Bible school, 9:30. Morning worship at 10:45; 6, young people's raycr mceling; 6:30, young people's service; topic, "Strength for Life Through Worship," leader, Mrs. G. P. Stevens; 7:30, evening service. Monday evening at 7:30, Bible study at iie home of Mrs. Mary McFarland. Wednesday evening at 7:30, prayer and testimony meeting. Attcnlion of ministers is directed i the deadline of Friday noon for receipt of church announcements for publication on Saturday. The ministers arc urged to exercise care in preparing them and where announcements arc typewritten they should be in double space. DUNBAR M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Sunday school at 10 A. M. Preaching at 11 o'clock; subject. "Finding the Doer While Doing." Epworth League at 6:45 in the evening; subject, "What Jesus May Mean to the World." Leader, Mrs. O. G. Cook. Preaching at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. WEST LEISENRING PRESBYTERIAN William Hamilton, minister--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M., R. E. Warnock, supcrintcndcnl; Young people, 6:45 P. M.; topic, VPlanning to Make Each Week Count," leader, Miriam Fisher. Church service at 7:30 P. M., topic, "What Is the Value of a Good Man?" Men's Day Will Be Observed Tomorrow By United Brethren Men's day, an annual occasion among the United Brethren churches, will be observed in the First United Brethren Church tomorrow. At the morning unified service at 9:30 o'clock, the pastor, Rev. Elmer A. Schultz, will deliver n special sermon in keeping with men's day. The theme announced is "A Challenge to Fellow Men." The entire evening service will be in charge of the Otterbein Men's Brotherhood, a federation of all the men and older boys of the local congregation. The program is in charge of Samuel K. Hucy, the president, John M. Kclley, general director o( Christian Education in the local church, and William M. Fox, prcsi- dcnt-clect. New officers will be installed. Special music will be furnished by a male chorus. A feature of the service will be the unveiling and dedication of a beautifully framed picture of Phillip Willlam Otterbein, the founder of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, TRINITY EPISCOPAL East Fairvlcw avenue--Holy Communion, 11 A. M. Rev. Fargo Boyle, general missionary of Pittsburgh diocese, in charge. ROCKY MOUNT BAPTIST W. L. Lambert, pastor -- At 11 o'clock covenant, meeting; 12:30 Sunday school and 3 P. M. the Lord's Supper. All are asked to be al their post. LEISENRING NO. 1 PRESBYTERIAN William Hamilton, m i n i s t e t -Church service, 9:45 A. M.; church school, 10:30; topic, "Beginning a Life of Service." CHURCH OF GOD G. W. Byrnes, pastor, residence 1119 West Crawford avenue--Clinton--Sunday school, 10; preaching, 11. Buchanan--Sunday school, 10; preaching (Sunday afternoon), 2:30; Christian Endeavor, 7. Breakneck-Revival services, 7:30 P. M. The revival meetings which have continued for three weeks'will close Sunday evening. TRINITY LUTHERAN Fairview avenue, W. H. Hetrick, D. D., pastor--Class in calcchism, 9 A. M. Sunday school, 10; lesson, "Beginning a Life of Service." Morning church service, 11 A. M.; sermon, "Empty Voxels." Luther League, 6:40 P. M., leader, Leonard Long. Evening church service, 7-30 P. M.; sermon. "The Songs of the Bible," beginning a series of song services. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Weimer Arcade--Sunday services, 10:43 A. M. Sunday school at 9:30; subject of lesson-sermon, "Life." Free reading room in same building. The public is invited. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Vanderbilt, C. J. Bland, pastor-Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. Epworth League, 6:30. Evangelistic service, 7:30 P. M. Special services arc being held each night and interest growing. Six persons have already accepted Christ and many more are much interested in the meeting. Several have reconsecrated their lives to Christ. The services will Dawson Methodists To Observe Decision Day Sunday Morning The revival in the Philip G. Cochran Memorial Kc-thodlst Episcopa Church at Dawson continues with great interest and attendance. Th church is full nightly. On Sunday mornm,i decision daj will be observed in the churc/i and church school. There will be a united service 1 . The pastor, Rev. Thoma Charltsworth, will preach on "Multitudes in the Valley of Decision." An opportunity will be Kivcn for folk: to Join church, to make a decision for Christ, and to decide for life's ncrv- ice. Prayer is being offered by thi church for a great victory. At the evening service, the pasto; will preach on "By My Spirit." Betty Weakland Begins Services Sunday Morning Practically all the preliminary or- ;anization work for the Betty Weak- and evangelistic campaign which is icing sponsored by the First Melho- dist Proteslant and First Baptisf churches has been complclcd. Under the personal supervi?ion oi he pastors. Rev. A. R. Mansberger lev. J. S. Brownlee, and the join evangelistic committee, committees have been organized, prayer meet- ngs maintained and the congregations of both churches brought to i tale of keen anticipation for the coming of the young evangelist Belty Weakland. Miss Weakland and her party wil arrive in Connellsville today. Mis Wcakland Is scheduled to preach in the First Baptist Church Sunday morning and her father, Dr. J. Boy Wcakland, will be the guest spcakc the First Methodist Protcstan Church at the 10:45 service. The congregations of both churche will unite for the initial opening o .he campaign Sunday (veiling in th First Methodist Protestant Churc when the girl evangelist will preach and sing. In spite of her exceptional abiliuo as a preacher and singer. Mis Wcakland is a normal happy, viva cious young Kirl. She has a flair fo sports and, while she skates, swim and plays tennis, her favorite form of recreation Is horseback ridini During a campaign in Sidney, N. Y a few years ago she was irude a honorary :ncmbcr of Troop 'C of th New York State'Police. This will be the Kirl preacher' first visit to Connellsville. She wii preach each night at 7:30 In the Firs Methodist Protestant Church durin the first week and the following wee she will appear nightly in the Firs Baptist Church The personnel of the Weaklan party is Dr. J. Roy Wenkland, direc tor; Pearl E. Wcakland, musical director; Betty Wcakland, evangelist; Dorothy Wcaklnnd, young people's worker, and Marjorie E. Pierson, secretary. The special services have been planned to benefit the entire community and everyone is cordially invited to attend. Reservations for delegations may be secured by contacting the ministers of the cooperating churches. continue for another week. MOUNT ZION BAPTIST R. D. Epps, pastor--Bible school 9:30; devotionals, 10:30 At 11, th choir will sing special seleclions o spiritual songs. Al 11:30 the pasto will preach on "Our Exemplier in Temptalions." B. Y. P. U., 6:45 Regular services, 7:45. All ladies de sirous of reorganizing the Scnlo Missionary Society will meet tin pastor after the morning service. PRES2YTERIAN SERMONS Sermons of Rev. Karl H. J. Schocn born at the First Presbyterian Church Funday will be: Morning, "The Woe of Over-Con tcntment." Evening, From Evil." "Prayer for Delivery From Yesterday's Last Edition State Federation Chairman of Motion Pictures to SpeakB, efore Culture Club Personal Mention Farewell Party Given For Mrs. D. H. Catt Mrs. Donald H. Catt of Bropkline, Pittsburgh, who will leave in a few weeks to take up her residence at Roanokc, Va., was feted Thursday evening at a farewell party, in the form of a handkerchief shower, by Miss Mary Lou Forlney at h*r home in Eliza street. Contract bridge was played throughout the evening, with Mrs. Robert Kerns and Miss Helen Matthews receiving prizes. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. C. A. Fortney. Ivy 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. CHRISTIAN WOMEN HEAR DISCUSSION ON MOSLEMS "Moslem Lands" was the theme for study at the monthly meeting of the Women's Misisonary Society of the Christian Church at the church last evening, with Mrs. A. D. Soisson presiding. Mrs. Peter R. Weimer was leader of the program. She read a paper on the theme. Mrs. J. E. Hildebrand was in charge of the Mrs. O. R, Hcrwlck of South Pittsburg street, who underwent an operation 'at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, will not return home until Saturday night. Miss Eleanor Portcrflold of South Connellsville is spending the weekend with friends in Pittsburgh. Miss Rosemary Sohuler arrived today from Seton HiU College, Greensburg, to spend the week-end at her home in East Cedar avenue. Fred DeMuth visited friends at Unlontown Thursday evening. S. C. Kalp of Davistown was a Connellsville visitor today. Mrs. W. H. Soisson of Wills road va called to Johnstown Thursday lorning by the serious illness of her istcr, Sister Gonzaga, who is atient at the Mercy Hospital. Miss Naomi Bishop of Jefferson ircct will attend the University oÂ£ ittsburgh junior prom this evening t the Â·William Pcnn Hotel. Mrs. Mary McGrogan of Leisen- ing No. 1 left this morning 'for i, Fla, where she will spend a cw days as the guest of Mrs. Delia O'Hara, a former resident of Con- icllsville. From there she will go a Cuba to visit a sister. Mrs. Frank K. Bailey of Ohiopylc, vho was admitted to the, Uniontown Hospital, expected, to undergo an pcration this morning. Mrs. D. A. Ram?ge of Dunbar, vho suffered an injury to the knee ast Saturday when she fell down he stairs at her home, is improved She wart able to be down stairs today or the first time since mectinE'with he accident. Mrs. U. W. Becchly of Brownsville, ormerly of Connellsville, who has been ill at her home since Christmas s able to sit up. Mrs. Becchly daughter of Mrs. J. H. Bittner oJ South Arch street, was threatened with pneumonia. Her son. Jack, who urtered a severe attack of grip, has returned to school. Mrs. James W. Shaw, who underwent on operation last Saturday for removal of the broken end of the iplne at Connellsville State Hospital was removed this afternoon to the lome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. S. Stimmel of East Murphy avenue. Her condition was said to be devotional period. Others taking part on the program were: Men's trio, Ross W. Showman, Jesse Barnes and Leland S. Whipkey "More Love to Thee" and "Let Jesus Bear the Cross Alone"; Bible story on friendship. Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwell; contralto solo, "Still, Still With Thee," Mrs. Leland S. Whipkey; talk by Mrs. C. H. Bloom, guest. After the program lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. George Freeman, Mrs. J. B. Kerns and Mrs Ina Moss. Guests other than Mrs Bloom were Mrs. Anna D. Mason and Mrs. H. E. Mason of Edenborn and Mrs. W. C. Michael. Senior Choir Not Part fo Combination, Spokesman Declares The following statement was given to The Courier, purporting to express the sentiment of the majority of the senior, or regular, choir of the First Methodist Episcopal Church: "On January 8, in The Courier, there appeared an item which stated that at a meeting of the official board of the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Connellsville on Thursday evening, January 6, the board replaced the choir leader, Charles D. Bailey, by electing Miss Helen Grey as minister of music of the combined choirs. The majority members of the senior choir wish it understood that they arc not members of the combined choirs. "The ilom slated that this action was taken to eliminate the paid choir. The senior choir wishes to state that in the choir of 11 members there was but one paid member and the choir leader. All others were volunteers.' JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB GIVKS SLEIGHING PARTY A sleighing party was held Thursday evening by the Junior Women's Club of Mount Pleasant with thirty- six members in attendance. Three sleighs were used for an hour and a half ride through the mountain district. The party gathered at Evans farm on the New Stanton road, anc after the party adjourned to the home of Miss Dorothy Bryce where the remainder of the evening was spent at dancing and playing games The affair was arranged by thi social committee which comprise: Mrs. F. O. Naylor, chairman; Mrs Alex Copeland, Misses Feme anc Ethel Hosteller, Miss Eleanor Brown Mrs. Louis Harrer and Miss Bryce. The regular club meeting will be held Thursday, February 3. LOIS McCOY CHOSEN HEAD OF FIREFLY PATROL Troop 1, Girl Scouts, of the Firs Methodist Episcopal Church, me Thursday evening at its room in th church. Miss Katherine Humphrey captain, conducted the formal open ing. The troop divided into patrols at which time business of a routin nature was discussed. Patrol ! Firefly, elected new officers. The arc: -President, Lois McCoy; scribe Dora Anderson. The meeting was closed with th friendship circle and taps. The ncx meeting will be January iO. LEGION AUXILIARY WILL INITIATE NEW MEMBER New members will be initiated at meeting of the American Lcgio Auxiliary to be held Monday nigh at 7:45 o'clock at the Legion Horni Lunch will be served. Beginning a Life of Service ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON .Scripture--Murk 1:14-28.. By the Bov. Alvin E. Bell And Alfred J. Buoscher After John the Baptist had been beheaded Jesus left Judca and camo Into Galilee where ho taught great crowds during the second .ycar_of Jiisjninlstry. At the Sea of Galilee he again met Peter, Andrew, James and John whom he first saw a year before at their work ax ttshermen. He called them to follow him and.thcy became hi! apostles. In the city of Capernaum he taught in the synagogue. The people were astonished at his teaching: "For he taught them 33 having authority, and not as the scribes." Here also he found a man afflicted with an evil jpi.-it, which Jesus cast out * the amazement of all the people. (GOLDEN TEXT--Mark l:15-Â» satisfaclory. Mrs. D. L. Davison of Detroit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hyat of Gibson avenue, suffered a leg fracture while attending a skatinj arty Sunday afternoon. She is a icr home and is getting along nicely National Convention Df Jewish Council Will Be Held in Pittsburgh One of the most important events f the fifteenth triennial convention f the National Council of Jewish Vomcn to be held January 23-28 at lie William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh, vill be the convention banquet on. Vcdncsday night. Among the 1,000 cwish guests will be Mrs. Tonl Japhn, president of the Union- of cwish Women of South America. Principal speakers are George T. Mcssersmith, asssitant Secretary oÂ£ itate, and James L. Foughtcling, Â·ommissioner of immigration, United tales Department of Labor. _ "Council on Parade," a series of Lramatic episodes portraying the lighlights of the council's immigra- ion work, which has been one of its hicf projects for the last twcnty- ftve years, will be another feature. Meetings to be held simultaneously y the two hundred sections in the United States and Canada will link he 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 Crst imc. A souvenir booklet 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 legis- ation and interpretation of council work. Mrs. William Dick Sporburg, ^resident of the New York Fcdera- ion of Women's Clubs, will lead. M. P. SENIOR ENDEAVORERS GIVE S5 FOR COUNTY WORK The Senior Christian Endeavo Society of the First Methodist Pro testant Church met Thursday nigh at the church. Twenty member were present. The president, Thomas Dcencn, conducted the meeting Good reports were given by various committee chairmen. The society voted to give $5 to the Fayettc bounty Christian Endeavor work The Sunday evening Christian En deavor prayer meeting will be hel in the basement of the church in stoad of the Sunday school room. A delightful social hour followcc the business session. LEO NEBRASKA ENGAGED TO MARRY LEITH GIRL Announcement is made of the en gagement of Miss Rose A. Bukovitz daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josep Bukovitz of Leilh, snd Leo E. Ne braska, son of John Nebraska o Unionlown. The bride-elect is a graduate o the South Union High School and : employed by the W. H. Farwel Printing Company. Her fiance wa graduated from St. John's Hig School, Uniontown, and Is employe at the Union Supply Company store at Trotter. No date has bee disclosed for the wedding. COOKNG DEMONSTRATION MARKS GRADALE MEETIN' Miss Emma Jean Decker, prcmus presided at the regular meeting the Gradalc Sorority held Thursda evening at the West Penn Modi home. During the business seisio the social committee was instructc to form plans for a valentine part to be held on February 10. Prospec tive members will be honor guests. After the business meeting Mi; Elizabeth Weitzel, West Pcnn horn economics representative, gave demonstration of an electric cooke The delicious meal she prepared wa served to the Gradale girls. COKE QUEEN LODGE MEETING MARKED BY INSTALLATIO Officers for the coming year wer installed at the regular meeting Coke Queen Lodge, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotiv Firemen and Enginemen held Thurs day night at the B. O. Y. M. C. Mrs. Virginia Mack was the instal ing ofllcer and Mrs. Angie Coughi nour, marshal. Mrs.- Ethel Banks and Mrs. Eliz Beeghley. were reported on the sic list The meeting was well attcnde Mrs. Oliver J. Haller of Pittsburgh, lalrman of the division of motion ctures of the Slate Federation of cnnsylvania Women, will- be the uest speaker at the semi-monthly eeting of the Woman's Culture lub to be held Monday afternoon t 2 o'clock at the club rooms at the arnegie Free Library. Mrs. Ernest Kooscr will be program leader nd Mrs. 'A. C. Stickcl will have large of the music. Hoslcsscs are Mrs. James W. ullermore, Mrs. W."S.' Behanna, [rs. Harry G. Brown and Mrs._Mary Cock Ma'riella. A business session, to be in charge f Mrs. Henry. W. McRobbic, presi- ent, will preface the program. _ PROTECrED HOME C TtCLE GIVES BENEFIT PARTY The Protected Home Circle held a well attended five hundred and bingo party Thursday night at P. H. C. Hall. Winners of prizes were: Five hundred--high, Mrs. William Hobaugh of Uniontown; second, Mrs. Ann Williams; third, Mrs. Jean Fil- 3urn; bingo--high, Mrs. Sara Low- cry; second, Mrs. William Hartman; :hird, Mrs. William Kenyon of Pittsburgh; special bingn--Delia Seibert; door--Walter Shaw. After the games a dainty lunch was served. Jlcv. Polahar Married. Rev. Mary B. Polahar, pastor of the Free Methodist Church at Wynn, and Rev. S. A. Fansler of Fairmont, W. Va., were married Wednesday, JEHUary 12, nt the Free Methodist Church at McKcesport. Rev. J. T. Logan, close friend of the couple, performed the ceremony. Smltbfleld Man Weds. Miss Ella Warrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warrick of Nemacolin, and William Fife, Jr., son of William Fife of Smithfield, wera married at Oakland, Md., with Rev. W. Patterson officiating. O n e o f t h e f i r s t questions after any fire- WAS IT INSURED?. Why not be sure that your property is properly and adequately insured. C a l l t h i s A g e n c y " To-day. J. DONALD PORTER IXSUKAXCE First National Bank Connellsville, I'a. A N N O U N C I N G -THE- GEORGE I. HARRISON FUNERAL SERVICE 7J!I \V. IMttslmrch Strwt. SCOTTJD.\T,K UK! "PRICES THAT VOU CAN AFFORD TO.PAY'