The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1939 · Page 20
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January 27, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 20

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.fAGETWENTi. THE; DAILY cmmiETi. CONNELLSVILLIS. PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. NEWS OF THE DAY/ AT PERRYQPOLIS Special to The Courier. PKRRYOPOLIS, Jan. 2?. The Acklin Bible Class ot the Whitsett Union Sunday School met last Friday night in Community Hall with 23 members present. The president, Mrs. Arthur Miller, conducted the business meeting. A pie social and bazaar was planned for February. Mrs. Charles Lynn, Mrs. Fulton Whirlow and Mrs. Mary Kersten I served on the program. This was ! .followed by a lovely shower of gifts for Mrs. Miller, who lost ail her possessions in the recent fire at Whitsett. Mrs. William Wilkic presented the gifts and Mrs. Miller responded with a few words of thanks. Entertains Card Club. Miss Mary Wolfe entertained her Three-Table Contract Club at her home Saturday night. Extra guests' were Mrs. E. H. Evey, Mrs. Ralph Cox, Mrs. Frank Elwcll, Mrs. P. O. JLucc, Mrs. Martin Picrsol, Mrs. Joseph Wolfe, Mrs. H. D. Strickler, Mrs. R. R. Strickler, Mrs. W. R. Ver- iion. Mrs. Charles Landymore of Dawson, Mrs. John Zimmerman of Dormont and Miss Nancy Bowman of California. The prizes were awarded Mrs. Picrsol, Miss Ruth El- wcll and Mrs. Frank Elwell. Miss Bowman spent the week-end with her hostess. Missionary Society Prosrani. The Franklin Missionary Society was entertained Saturday afternoon by Mrs. William Murphy, with the president, Mrs. Walter Woodward, presiding. The program, in charge of Blanche Murphy, included talks on the book, "The Upper Room," by Mrs. Roy Griffin, Mrs. G. M. Griffin, Mrs. J. A. Allen, Mrs; Harold Blanoy, Mrs. Ernest Barnes and Mrs. Murphy. Guests were Mrs. R. P. Kamerer, Mrs. Ira Blair, Mrs. Harriet Currin and Mrs. B. M. Wade, all of Pcrryopolis, Mrs. Robert Moore of Masontown and Mrs. Mildred Garlow o£ Point Marion. Bible Class Meets. The Goodwill Bible Class of Perry Methodist Episcopal Church had its . monthly meeting Thursday evening in the church rooms with Mrs. E. I. Ramsicr, Mrs. James Sampey and Mrs. Harry Lynn as joint hostesses. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs. Jack Kirschner, attended. After the routine business a program including a reading by Mrs. Perry Stuck, jokes by Rosetta Duff and a "Professor Quiz," conducted by Mrs. A. J. Blair, was given. The meeting w.-is concluded with a sauerkraut supper served by the hostesses. Officers Elected. Class No. 10 of the Flatwoods Baptist Church met with 14 members present at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Mosscr Friday evening. Election of officers resulted as follows: President, Henry Cook; vice-president, Watson Luce; .secretary, Mrs. Ellis Vance; assistant secretary, Mrs. Watson Luce; treasurer, Clyde Brown; teacher, D. R. Mosscr; assistant teacher, Mrs. Harlon Wise. Mrs Wise, who has been ill for scvcra weeks, is now able to be up and around in the house and is expecting to be able to attend church and the meetings before much longer. Have Annual Dinner. The annual dinner of Class No. 9 of the Flatwoods Baptist Church 49 members and their families present for a dinner at Curfew Grange Hall. The meeting was a social one, Officers Kcelcclcil. . The Men's and Women's Class ol the Christian Church Bible Schoo! met Monday evening at the home o! Mrs. Fred Fink with on attendance o£ 15 and with one guest, Mrs. Howard Adams, present. The election of officers resulted in reelection o: all. They are: President, Mrs. L. L Lowther; vice-president, Mrs. Clarence Kcarns; treasurer, Mrs. Bert Skilcs; secretary, Mrs. John McClanahan. The program Included readings by Mrs. J. S. Thorpe and Miss Margaret Blair, which was followc by a social time and lunch. The next meeting will be- February 10, when the class plans to have a Valentine party in the church parlors. Class Has Bake Sale. The Junior Class of Perry Township High School had a succcssfu bake sale, Saturday in Kalman's store, the proceeds of which are to swell the fund for the annual junior- senior dance. The girls who worked on the committee are Dorothy SUrt- zula, Norma Lomango and Mary Jane Call. The class and its sponsors Miss Cook and J. Rist Stimmel thank all who helped make the venture a success. Largest Party Yet. Another 500 party sponsored by ' the'Perry flremen was held Thursday night in Karolcik's hall with the largest attendance of the winter about 80-men and women. Mrs Hunter was given the women's prize · and R. W. Echard received themen's prize. Entertains Club. Mrs-. Peter Scrinko.entertained the Friendly Club, with H members present. Thursday evening. Plan Annual Banquet. ' At the regular by-monthly meeting of the Perry Grange Friday night plans were made for the annual banquet to be held on the third Saturday in February. The committee on arrangements is Mrs. John Carson, Mrs. William Carson and Mrs. Lloyd Krcpps. -. Progressive Tea. The women o! the Rohobeth choir are planning a progressive tea to be ·held tomorrow at the home of Mrs, Bessie Wills. Memorial Gifts. A beautiful gift in memory of H. D. and Ray Blair, late sons ol Mr. and Mrs. Ira Blair, was presented to the Christian Church Sunday morning at the regular sen-ice. The gift included two arm chairs for.the pulpit, given by Mrs. II. D. Blair; communion table and two chairs ,nnd two flower stands by. Mrs. Ray Blair; draperies for the baptistry and clioir railing by Mrs. Ray Blair and the soys' sister. Mrs. L. L. Lowther: two linen cloths for the communion table ! by Mrs. Ira Blair. The draperies and : Delmor.t were guests ot Mr. and upholstering lor the chairs, is. in a . Mrs. Walter Ker.stcn over the week- mulberry shade \vhilo the chair backs are |xinted in the old Gothic style of architecture. Rev. Fred Fink, pustor, accepted .the.: gifts and Miss Mary Margaret Francis, the soloist, sang "Oh, Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go." " Oilier Items of Interest. , . . A. J. Blair, who underwent a -rc- cnt operation at ]the · Uriiohtown lospitaly-.-jvas-. brought home Mori- lay morning. Mrs. Mary Wilson of Ohio is here to take care of her aunt, Mrs. I. H. iaugh, who is very ill. Word has been received that Frank Browncller, who for many years was a resident of Wick Haven, died last veek at his home in Carlisle. He is iurvived by his wife, E'.izibcth Por- er Brownellcr, and two children, Alberta and Russell, who are graduates of Perry High. They have many friends here. " Two 51st wedding end. lave been quietly observed within he last week. Those of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and Mr. and Mrs. rank Jones. Mr. and Mrs. John Beck spent Sunday 'with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kober of near Belle Vorhon. Joseph Knox drove to Mount Jebanon Tuesday to get his mother, Mrs. Eleanor Knox, where she had stopped.on her way home from Chicago to visit another son, James. Mrs. Knox had been visiting a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Patton, since before Christmas. Mrs. I. H. Baugh is reported to be in a critical condition from an illness. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wade visited Mr. mid Mrs. F. B. Gnllcy ol Van- dcrbilt Thursday. Felix Knvanos of Carnegie spent the .week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Glanccy. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller spent Thursday nnd Friday in Greensburg with the lattcr's sister, Mrs. Bcchncr. Mr. and Mrs. George Duff spent Sunday with the hitter's grandmother, Mrs. Anna Darrall of Uniontown. Miss Camillc Campbell taught for Miss Alia Por,e Monday. Miss Pore was absent duo to the funeral service of her aunt, Mrs. Pore of near Pcrryopolis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chalfant ot Beverly, Ohio, have returned home after coming here for the funeral services of the late Mrs. Stuckslagcr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Echard of Un- anniversaries ! iontown visited the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams of levy Monday. Mrs. Frank Sislcy. Sunday. Mrs. Sislcy, who has been ill for weeks, is reported to be improving slightly. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowther, Ira Blair and Thomas Martin attended the inauguration in Harrisburg. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kovaly of West Newton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Skilcs. Mrs. J. B. Knox and daughter Sue were brought home from Uniontown i Hospital Tuesday. Miss Vernicc Kennedy and Miss Josephine Fee of Unionlown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Strickler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Haul attended the funeral of the latter's grandmother. Mrs. A. Franchini of Dun- Clotnoj should not bo purchased just bocauso they woro marked down. Chttncos are they ware Chancos much too wall In the first place. a;o sure ol prices" all year With Iho quality of suits being "jale-d" all ovor lown. YOU bo tho judgo! ^EATURING a complete selection oi /'fresh, newly stocked merchandise, all this season's goods. A Splendid selection of patterns, and fabrics to suit every individual taste -from the boy of 15 to the man o! 70, In models to fit every build. S I Z E S 15 to 50 A V A I L Y O U R S E L F O F O U R F A M O U S L A Y - A W A Y P L A N 37 W. Main St., Uniontown Pal's Death Means Life for Him Philip ChalefT in Ambulance Philip ChnlcfT, one of five cop-killers condemned to die in Sinp Sinp prison, is pictured above. Near death from diabetes, Chaleff was given chance for life by physicians, who said reprieve by the governor would allow them a chance to transplant pancrca from one of ChalefT'a pals after execution. The operation never has been tried before. fCcnlral Press} Editor Says Britain To Give Franco Money To Repay Duce, Hitler GREENWICH, Conn., Jan. 27.-- '.Vythc (Williams, cclitc. of Greenwich Time,; assorted Wednesday that Great Britain was preparing to grant Spanish insurgent General Francisco Franco a huge "reconstruction loan" to stave off further "land-grabbing" by Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. The lowest estimate is that the loan will be $100,000,000, according to Williams, and the money .would be used by Tranco to repay Mussolini and Hitler "for services rendered" and war materials they shipped to insurgent Spain. Williams said his information came from "a secret and incontrovertible source." "International Courtesy." BERLIN, Jan. 27.--Propaganda Minister Paul Joseph Gocbbels admonished the United States in its own interest to "return to the old established methods ot international courtesy." 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