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January 17, 1938

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p.vr~ TWO. THE DAU.Y COUH11SK, CONN!SJjL,SVIIjL,K, PA MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 103S. By LVNNB B. KINCELL Junior Culture Club Members yVi// Visit Capstan Plant Tuesday Night BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WJU'ITBN FOB CEMTBAX. FRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y .Authority on Authorities' ®- . An inspection tour of the Capstan Glass Corppanj's plant at South Con- nellsvllle on-Tuesday night,.is one ot the highlights listed on the Junior Culture Club's calendar. Members arc" to'nieot "at 7.30 o'clock at the club rooms, Carnegie Free Library, where transportation will be_^pro" the tour the delegation will return to the club rooms where .» business session will_bc hqld. Miss Louise Wilhelm, president, will preside. Lunch will be served Hostesses arc Miss Josephine Harry, Miss "Madclyn Welsh, Miss Jane Sybert, Miss Margaret Fowler, Miss Almo Show, Miss Helen Robinson and Mrs. Catherine Burhans. Richard H. Gingrich Will Play .at Meeting Of Mozart Music Club The Opera will be the theme o£ -Massachusetts Is JTopic lor D. A. R. Meeting Wednesday _ Mrs. Eh'ira T.'Burhans and Mrs JU. D. Williams of Dunbar will be leaders of the program to be offered at the January meeting ot Philip Freeman Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, to bo held ' WednesJay~afterrtoon-at 2 o'clock at the-chapter's-room at the-Carnegle Free" library- ZThc Zthemf will be Massachusetts--the sixth slate to ratify the Constitution, February 6, 17SS. -- ~i " TMrs B. "J. Hooper, regent, conduct the business meeting. 8 o'clock nt the club rooms in North Pittsburgh street Mrs. Samuel B. DeMerell will lead the program Miss Sarah Horner of Mount Pleasant and Richard H. Gingrich, band director, will be guest urtiits. MTU. J. Montgomery Dllworth will be Miss Homer's accompanist. The hostesses will be Mrs. Pas- qualc GigliottI, Mrs. Florenqo Huey and Miss Susan Hicks. NO XBUMP PREFERRED MINOR SUIT contract* should, as a rule, be shunned like poison when there Is any other playable spot In the hand. It Is even better, ordinarily, to make a try for n. no trump game with only one stopper in the hostile suit. A. contract In which you can afford to lose only two tricks on your way to gama Is almost as hard a* a small nlam In which you can afford to lose only on« trick. ' | A K Q 10 6 4 1 * A 8 ' , + K Q 7 AKon* · A J 1 0 2 4 . A K J 8 B S s. A A J 7 B M K * · 0 6 4 3 *Q 0 2 + 0 83 will D. L,. F. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. HAROLD WALK Mrs, Harold Walk entertained the D. L. F. Club Friday night at her home at Poplar Grove. Business was discussed, after which five hundred was pjaycd. Prizes' were won by Mrs. Orville Gallcntinc, Mrs. Mary "Vozor and MTB. Haven Miles, the last named received the low award. Guests of the club were Mrs. Robert Conaway and Mrs. William Walk. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess The club presented a gift to Mrs. Walter Miller in honor of her birthday. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, January 28, at the home of Mrs Orville Gallentlne at East Connollsville, Lcirge Crowd Attends ,,_ - Girl Scouts' Play A_Jar|je crowd -attended the play, "Building a Character," which was presented Friday cvening-by Troop -2, Girl Scouts, at Trinity Lutheran "Church. The captain, Miss Mary Elizabeth Vest, assisted ty'the lieutenants, Mrs. Helen Stoner and Mrs. Thomai, Charlcsworth, prepared the "affair. The Scouts sold-candy and flowers at the door^ The following program was pre- scnterl. W^eome song, Gloria -Oppman, 10 7 B t (Denier: West. East-West vuV ncrable.) This deal arose in a duplicate (tournament and the bidding varied lat several tables. All West play- (ar» started with J-CIub, but from [there on the bidding proceeded Wong different lines. At one table, after the club bid, North doubled. Bast redoubled, South colled 1-Heirt, W«st passed, North bid 1-Spadi, East 2-Clubs. South 2-Hecrts and West jumped to 6-Clubs, which North doubled. At this contract the opponent! were abla to defeat East-West by capturing one heart and two diamonds. At another table th« bidding was 1-Club by West, 1-Spade by North, 1-No Trump by East a pass by South, 2-Cluta by West and 3-No Trumps by Host. With an opening bill made by his partner, East figured his partner for diamond ·top- pers East's fine club at alio Indicated to him that a no trump game was a safe spot. I The spado 9 was led against this contract and the declarer wa» abl* to make 4-No Trumps. Tomorrow'* Problem 6 4 2 A Q J 7 5 6 · K 10 5 2 4 A 9 7 V A J 1 0 0 5 4 2 * « 4 K 8 (Dealer: South. Neither sittt vulnerable.) How can £outh make 6-Hcarta on this deal after th* lend of the diamond Q? Betty Hough, Bculah Linlngher and Betty Lewis,. Prayer and address, Rev. Dr. W. H Hctrick.- ' History of scouting, Mabel Darst. Piano solo, Lois Morgan. - Scout song, Gloria Oppman. Piano solo, Elinor Phuntck. - Knots tied and explained, Lcia ·Trump, Helen "Smldtkc,' Elvera "Weaver and Anna Margaret Balsley. Piano solo, Caroline Burrows. Marjory Morgan and Dorothy Lminger unrolled o large green scroll ·upon which was written the name -ji the pjay in large white letters. ·Girls participating In the play wore a" large green banner bearing the name they represented. - The cast was: I Father, Jean Dull; son, Gertrude Daist; hard work, Anna Margaret JSalpley: perseverance, Gloria Oppman; little fun, Kathenne Burrows; "poLteness, Helen Smidtke; punctuality, Elvera Weaver; honesty, Lcta Trunp; loyalty, Caroline Burrows; kncwledge, Beulah Linlnger; cleanliness, Lois Morgan; kindness, Betty Hough; helpfulness, Elinor Phuntck; obedience, Betty Lewis. - Songs were sung and the program "cloted with the friendship circle and _sraglng taps "PRISCJLLA SEWING CIRCLE '-_ TO:GIVB-ANNtfAI.-BANQZJET MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER GIVEN FOR NEWLWEDS Mr. and Mrs. H W. Stange gave a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at their-home in East Francis avenue in honor of their son-in-law "and daughter,. Mr. and Mrs. James BenI of Mount Pleasant, who were recently married Mrs Bcal is tho f6rmcr~Mlss Dorothy Stange. The couple received many beautiful gifts. Cards were the main diversion of the evening and later lunch was served by Mrs. Stangc, assisted by her sister, Mr». Niswonger, and her Stange present from Scotldals, Mount Pleasant and this city.- . · - PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE GIVES SUCCESSFUL PARTY Tho Protected Home Circle held a successful card and bingo party Saturday night at P. H. C. Hall. Prize winners were: Five hundred --high, Mrs. SIcsky; second, E. G. «llcs; third, Mrs. Anna Williams; jingo--high, Mr. Riser; second, Mrs. Sergln; third, Mrs. Collins; special-- ligh, Miss Jean Fllburn; second, Mrs. Bergin; third, Mrs. Betty Murphy; door--Mrs. Roy Jaynes. Lunch was served at the close of the garner. Nell Rose Welling Will Become Bride Of James Poshard Miss Nell/Rose Welling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Edward Louis Wellins of East Murphy nvcnuc, will become the bride of Jjmes J. Poshard, of New Kensington, son of Mrs. Pearl Poshard nt Pcoria, 111, Thursday afternoon at 5 30 o'clock nt the First Methodist Church. Rev. L S Elliott, pastor, will officiate. Bridesmaids will be Miss Ruthclla Welling, sister of the bride-elect, and Mr i. Charles Baldwin. King Lclch- liter will serve as Mr. Poshard's best man J. O Welling, brother of the bride-to-be, and James Cropp will usher. Mrs. L G Hoover, church Organist, will play the nuptial music, After the ceremony a wedding dinner will be icrved at the %Vclling home. ETROTHAL OF PITTSBURGH GHIL OF INTEREST HERE Mrs. Mary E. McCormlck of Stral ord avenue, Pittsburgh, announce! ic engagement of her daughter, Miss lorothy Louise Dcllcnbach, to Robrt J. Roncy, son of Mrs. Myrtle loncy, also of Stratford avenue 'ittsburgh. The bride-elect was graduated rom Birmingham School for Girls a lirmingham, Pa. Her mother is a ormcr resident of Conneilsviile am daughter-in-law of William Me Cormlck of McCormlck avenue. daughter, Miss _ Mildred About thirty guests were ~ jplans-- tor-- tSe-- an be held" in" February "at "the Old .Homestead on the Pennsylville road, ,dato to be announced, were discussed at the January meeting ot the" Priscilia Sewing Circle 3Tarry Ansell was which Mrs. hostess Friday night at her home at Poplar Grove. "Members may bring their husbands of a friend. Mrs. W. H. Lconhardt, "president, was in charge of the meeting and appointed a committee to nominate officers for the coming year election will-taVe-place at the meeting The committee'"consists of Mrs. S~M. Kuhlman, Mrs Roy B-Otto and_Mrs Carl Morgan. -- Fancywork was the main'divcrsion iqt. the evening.----The hostess served 31 ,dainty lunch. ^Fourtecnjncmbcrs ;wero present ANTHONY STACIA HONORED - OK BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY -- Thirhome of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stacia at Wheeler was the scene of a delightful surprise party given Saturday night In honor of Mr. Stacla's birthday." Cards and bingo were the main diversions of the evening Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Nick Stada, Mrs. Wilbert Richtcr, Miss Elizabeth Virgile and Samuel .Stacia. Eater Jn-,the_evening:a dainty.lunch was servedrbyrMrsrStacla^wHeiot the honor "guestr~She was assisted by her mother, Mrs. D. L. Virgile. The center of the table was centered_with a large birthday cake embellished with green candles and "Happy Birthday." The honor guest i 'as the recipient of many attractive gifts Guests were immediate members of the two families. M. E. QUEEX ESTHER CLASS TO MEET AT PARSONAGE The Queen Esther Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Thursday night at 7.30 o'clock at the parsonage, South Pittsburg street, with Mrs L. S Elliott hostess. Miss Edith Bane will have charge ot the program anc Miss Frances Livingston will conduct the devotionals. MADELYN KELLY BRIDE OP GRANT L. ALLISON Mrs. Lilllam Kelly of Pittsburg street, Scottdale, announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Madc- lyn M. Kelly, and Grant L. Allison, son of Thomas D. Allison of Mount Pleasant The ceremony took place Thursday, July 8, at the study of the Mount Plen^ant United Brethren Church. Rev. E. G Sawyer officiated. Mrs. Allen, a graduate of the Scottdale High School and California State Teachers College, has been teaching school at Yukon Mr. and Mrs. Allison are residing at IB College avenue, Mount Pleasant, where the former Is employed by the M. R. George Hardware Company. SILVER THIMBLE CLUB WILL MEET WEDNESDAY Mrs. B. H Willard wiU entcrtain- the'SIlvcr Thimble Club Wednesday afternoon at her home in South Ninth street, Greenwood. '- --First U. B. Events. The first quarterly conference for the conference year 1937-1038 will be held Tuesday night In the flr^t floor chapel ot the church. Dr. F. B. Lcarish, conference, superintendent, will preside," Every member of the official board is asked to attend The Friendship Bible Class will have charge of the mid-week prayer serv(ce_Wcdnesday night. The theme j S -."Thc:High privilege of Being a Church member." The Royal Circle Class will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs Ira Flcshcr, 110 South Fourth street Time, 7.45 The devotions will be in Charge of the teacher. Tho committee consists of Miss Bessie Bungard, chairman, Mrs. Margaret Kcrfoot, Mrs. A. B Nicholson, Mrs. E. C. Henry and Mrs. Carrie Hoover. The Active Members Class will meet Friday night at the home of Mary Carroll, 305 Francis avenue. Esther Calhoun is co-hostess Trinity Lutheran Events. The Men's Bible Class and Brotherhood will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the church parsonage 1 The regular meeting of the King's Daughters Circle will be held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell in East Green street The time ii 8 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet In regular session on Thursday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ernest R Kooser, Gailatln avenue. The meeting Is being held a week earlier and members arc asked to note the change. -A meeting of the Ladles' Bible Class wllllbe held Thursday evening at 7.45 o'clock at"the social room of the church. GIRL SCOUTS. TROO1' 4. TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT Troop 4 Girl Scouts of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday evening at the Scout room at the church. The patrol flags are to be finished by this time and brought to the meeting where they will be displayed Those who have not completed their tenderfoot test will do so All arc requested to bring their Scout book Flag signaling will be taught A money making contest between the patrols is being held with Patrol 1, Silver Star, in the laid ant Patrol 3, Pine Trail, second A court of honor meeting will be held SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT FOLLOWS D. OF A. MEETING Mrs. Baker installed the ofHccrs at the regular meeting of Magic Sister Council of the Daughters o America held Thursday night at Odd Fellows Temple. Ira B. Ritenou: was reported on the sick list. After the meeting the lodge gave a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Nell Rose Welling of East Murphy avenue, flam.cc ot James J. Poshan of New Kensington. Miss Wellln. received many lovely gilts Lund was served BETTY JAMES HONORED ON HER 16TII BIRTHDAY The home ot Mrs Lillian Jamc at Brookvalc was the scene of an enjoyable party on Saturday night the fete being given in honor of th sixteenth birthday anniversary of he daughter, Betty. The evening uo spent at games and dancing. A a lat hour a delicious lunch was served b. Mrs. James, assisted by Mrs Job Fronek and Mrs Mary Dominac. PITTSBURGH WOMAN WILL VISIT COKE QUEEN LODG The regular meeting of Coke Re ion Division, No. 197, Ladies' Auxl lary to the Order of Railways Con uctors, will be held Tuesday after ioon at 1:30 o'clock at the B O Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Irene Doughcrt f Pittsburgh, a Held representative will be a guest. A good nttcndanc s desired IRE-MEN'S AUXILIARY HILL BANQUET TUESDA The Ladles' Auxiliary to the South Connellivillc Volunteer Firo Com any will hold Its annual banque Tuesday night at 7 o'clock at Craw ord Tea Room. Fldelli CUM Procram. The Kidehs CHss of the Methodis Spiscop il Sunday School was cntcr- ained Friday night by Mrs. Pasqualo Gigliottl at her home In Isabella road Singing of "In the Gnrdcn" by the class and the Scripture lesson were lollowed by n solo by Miss Susan licks. "Living 'or Jesus." Games were played, following which prizes were awarded Miss Helen Carroll and Mrs. Frank Sweeney. Lunch was served by the hostess *nd her committee, made up of Mrs. Byron labors, Mrs Arthur Hall, Mrs. Amos follifte, Miss Gertrude Lindsay and vliss Susan Hicks. The next meeting will bo at the home of Mrs. John 3av.«on of 215 West Green street on February 11. " Card Parly Date Changed. The card party arranged by the Kiwams Club for Thursday, January 27, has been postponed because of ^)tner^yents scheduled on that date and will be held on Tuesday evening, February 8, it was announced today. The party is being held for the benefit' of the underprivileged child fund of the organization. Will Meet Tonight Friendship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters, will hold its regular meeting this evening at 7 o'clock at Elks Hall, East Crawford avenue OfHccrs air askod to be present at fi.»5 o'cloci. to practice GREENWOOD FORWARD CLASS TO MEET AT JAYNES HOME The Forward Bible Class of th Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Tuesday night a the home of Mrs Ira Green, Gree street, instead of the home of Mrs Stella Ford as previously announced The committee consists of Mrs Fore Mrs Archie Grmdlc, Mrs Erwm L Frye, Mrs J C. Herwicfc and Mrj Jaynes The time is 7 30 SMOKER Benefit K. of C. Basketball Team, TuesdayJan. 18 Dunn-E\ans Building, 'orth Plttslmrg Street, Admission 50r elty Weakland's First Service Has Overflow Crowd Continued fiom Pate One. he many convincing arguments 'hich the young evangelist put forth i her bnlliant discussion of "The Jelly of Jesus Christ" "Christ is mentioned more than 40 mes in the Bible ns the 'Son of God'," she said. "God testified that esus was His only begotten Son and Christ many times declared Himself o be such We also have the testimony of the Angel Gabriel, Even lie evil spirits and demons acknow- cdgcd Him to be tho Son of God " Special music will feature the eivico tonight. The Sunday school rchcstra o£ the Methodist Protestant Church will render several selections nd vocal numbers will be presented 3y members of the \Voakland party. iss Weukland's subject will be 'God's Great Word of Invitation " The Berean and Men's Classes of he First Baptist Church will attend he service in a body tonight also the Picket O. F. O M. of the First Methodist Protestant Church A meeting for boys and girls will ! held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock in charge of Dorothy Wcak- and, sister of the evangelist A Young People's meeting will be icld under Miss Dorothy's direction !rom Tuesday to Friday inclusive at 6.45 o'clock. AH the meetings will be open to :he public and everyone is invited The services will be held in the First Methodist Protestant Church during this week. Perryopolis Couple Married 50 Years; Fefed by Friends Mr and Mrs Frank H. Jones o Perryopolii wete delightfully fct« on their golden wedding anniversary at their home on Saturday night by members of the Perryopolis Grung who attended in a body. About on hundred persons were in attendance Mrs. John Carson, lecturer of thi grange, had charge of the program A quartet, composed of Mrs. Bcr Brewer, Mrs. William Lincoln, Mrs Harrison Mastcn and Mrs. Jelle Luce, sang. There was a talk bj William Lccpcr, grange master, aftc which Miss Nina Carson contribute a reading Harold Jones, seven grandson of the honored guests, of fcred a rcidlng after which ther was a harmonica solo by Miss Dor othy Strover. Mrs. O A. Luce gov a talk. Mrs. Ruth Wade Jones, daughter-in-law ot the Jones couple contributed a reading as did Milton Luce and Mrs Brewer, the Intte having as her subject "1884." Charlc H. Cuppctt of Washington, forme supervising princlpit of the schools spoke as did Dr. J. R. Martin. Ther was o male quartet composed o Lloyd Krcpp-i, N R Martin, William Lincoln nnd John Cnrson Mr Jonct is a son o^ the late Davlc and Rachel Jones and Mrs. Jones is the daughter of the late George am Anna Hozcn. They were united in marriage by Rev. Jefferson Bccman on January 15, 1887. They had re ·tided In Perry township continuously since their marriage Class Pi ins Social. The Stclli Cunningham Class of the Methodist Protestant Church, meeting Friday night at the home of Mrs. D. L Crltchflcld, planned a covered-dish social for January 31 at the home of Mrs D. W. Snydtr Rainbow sisters for last year were revealed nnd new ones drown A miscellaneous birthdiy shower was held for MIM Anna Margaret Smith. Mrs. George Henry and Miss Anna Margaret Smith had charge of the devotional*. Mrs. Critchficld was assisted by Mrs Frank Boyd j To Entertain Club.' ' Mrs. Charles Lclghty will enter-' tain the members of the J. B I. Club i ProsressHc Social Club Meets. The Progressive Social Club me at the home of Mrs Mary L. Wash Ington on the Swaugertown road o Friday. All but one member wer in attcndincc. After the busincsi meeting, the evening was spent ir games. Prizes were awarded to Mr Evelyn Walker and Mrs. Eleano Colvin. Lunch was served by th hostess assisted by her sister, Mrs Lucille Roschcn i Out of town gucs were Mrs Bertha Settler ot Morgan town, W. Va, a sister of Mrs. R McDanicl. The next meeting has been deferred from its regular time owing to a revual service, until February II. It will be held at the home of Mrs. Magdalene Flint In North Second street. West Side. Mrs. Col\ m Is the club president nnd Mrs. Eva M Montgomery Is secretary Still Coughing? No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Crcomulsion Serious trouble . , _ ,, _ , . ~. . may bo brewing and you cannot afford N. C. D. Class to Meet. , {,, jujr^ a ch n nco with any remedy less The N. C D. Class of the First I potent than Creomulslon, which goes Methodist Episcopal Church will right to the scat of the trouble and olds nature to soothe and heal the Inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel tho germ-laden phlegm. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try Crcomulsion. Your druggist Is authorized to refund your money If you aro not thoroughly satisfied with the benefits obtained from thovcry first lotUc Creomulslon Is at her home on the Springfield pike on Thursday evening. meet Wednesday night nt the close of the regular prayer service. A. Foreman Ucaiity Shoppc Permanents $1.00 Shampoo and 7fn!r Set, both for 35c Phone 203S-3f onoword--nottwo.andlthnsnohyphcn in It. Ask lor It plainly, ECO that tho name on tho bottle is Crcomulslon, and youll get tho genuine product and the relief you want (Adv.) JANUARY CLEARANCE ON Bargain Hunters - Your Sale! ONE QUART With Order of 52 50 or More. grade; 4 hour drying, rcffularly 97c. Wall and Border For Room 10\12 SUNFAST Patterns. See Our Imperial Washable Wall Papers on Display S P O T T O ' S TtEST SIM WALL PAPER PAINT CO. SIS \\. Cuivrford Avenue. l-x-ono JM2OT you should have when you cook the many tempting dishes Mrs. Bathgate prepares at Cooking School, January 19,20,21 Egg Whips lOc Veg. Mincers lOc Egg Beaters 25c Pastry Mixers lOc Bov/l Scrapers 18c Meas. Spoons lOc Patapar Cooking Paper, pkg. 25e Big January Stationery Event RYTEX PRINTED ISTATIONERY A $2.00 Value! White Rytex deckle edge smooth vellum sheets and envelopes with your Monogram or Name and Address printed In coloi pd Ink. The price is usually $1.00 for 50 sheets aud envelopes--but during January you get double the usual quantity. Soft, Warm Wool Blankets $ 6.95, · .Reversible and Solid Colors Cosily warm. All wool blankets and Chatham 80% wools--In 72x84 size. In the Evening, gather 'round and p / a y -- G A M E S Checkers lOc - Bingo 25c Backgammon $1.00 Anagrams ' 25c Easy Money $1.00 Parcheesi. $1.00 Monopoly $1.98 Flinch . . 75c ( KAN-U-GO-the new Crossword Card Game Craze . . 50c SALE--Famous Deluxe C A R D T A B L E S 3 - L a t t o r rionograjn sod Pnlr ol $1 Caaslen CJvon With Folding Tables Tour own monogram and a pa'r o! onamel coasters worth $1 gvroa FREE! O N L Y Choice of 10 Different Styles! Ten smart styles, including the tilt-top table. Samson card tables aie strong and tiouble-fiec--will hold 300 Ibs. Shop for yours now! Samson Card Tables--Second Floor. 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