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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1S3S). THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. AMONG THE CHURCHES UNITED BRETHREW Fayette charge, W. J. Ritchey, minister. Mount Olive--Sunday school, 10 A. M.; morning worship at 11, subject, "Revive Thy Work": Y. P. S. C. TL, 7:30 P. M. Cottage prayer meetings will be held every evening next week except Tuesday, when when the prayer service will be held ax the church. Evangelistic meetings will begin Sunday, Fcbiuary 5. Fairview--Sunday school, 10 A. ( M.; union prnyer-meeting, 2 P. M. 3iast End--Sunday school, 8:45 A. M. At 7:30 P. M., the anniversary day service will be held. Chorus will sing and the men's Gospel Quartet from Cornellsville will be present. The pastor will preach on "What Is a Christian?" Special ot- tering will be received to apply on church deb't. Prayer - meeting Wednesday at 7:30 P. M. Brotherhood, Thursday, 7:30 P. M. VANDERBILT CHRISTIAN Paul Clemmensen, ministei- Morning worship, 9:30; special singing by Junior Choir, sermon "Talking With God", Bible school 10:30 A. M. Robert Lint superintendent. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock, special music by girl trio, sermon "Getting Back to God." CHURCH OF BRETHRE;-. Vine and Newmyer, P. A. Myers, pastor, 407 East Green street--Unified service at 9:45 A. M., divine worship, sermon, "Poverty That Makes Rich." Church school. Evening preaching hour at 7:30 o'clock, worship and praise, sermon, "Whiter Than Snow." Y. P. D. meeting at 6:45, study, "Know Your Chuich." ROCKY MOUNT BAPTIST William L. Lambert, pastor--Sunday services will be in charge of the Missionary Society; speaker at It o clock, Rev. B. J. Sledge, pastor of Baptist Church at West Newton; at 7 30 o'clock, a program with good singing. Mrs. Laura Glass is president and Mrs. Effie W.irmack secretary. TRINITY REFORMED ' Corner Pittsburg and Green streets, C. George Shupe, pastor--9 45 A. M., Sunday school hour, "Peter Declares His Love." 11, sermon, "For Such An Hour as This." 7-30 P. M., sermon, "Some Things I Do Not Know.' : METHODIST EPISCOPAL At Philip G. Cochran Memorial, Dawson--Dr. Thomas Chat iesworth will speak Sunday night on the theme "Wnere Are the Nine" He will give word pictuies of a visit to a leper colony near Jerusalem and Damascus, illustrating the sermon. Revival hymns and bongs to be led by the church choir. At the morning hour of worship his theme will be: "Suildinq a Character." A Cottage Prayer meeting was held Fr day night, at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rollings, North Dawson. PRESBYTERIAN East Liberty, Vandcrbilt, S. Kenneth Johnson, pastor--Sunday schoo begins at 9:45. Attendance last Sunday was 208. A meeting of session is called for 10:45. Sacrament of Holj Communion will be administered hy Dr. McKec at 11 A. M. Christian Endeavoi Society meets at 7 P. M. FIRST EVANGELICAL E. 1. Mankamyer, pastor--Sunda school, 9:30; morning worship, 10:30, subject "A Christian and Courage" Baptismal service and reception of new members at morning service. E. L. C. E., 6:45; evening worship, Holy Communion, 7:30. sermon by Rev. R. C. Miller, disti.ct supei mtcndciit of Pittsburgh Prayer service, Wednesday, 7 30; class in "Wnat Evangelicals Beliexe" Wednesday at 830. PRESBYTERIAN Leisenring, No. 1, William Hamilton, minister--Church service, 9:45 A. M.; church school, 10:30 A. M. special offering will be taken. Men and Women's Bible Study Class. Mis. Carrie Riggar ruperintendent. PRESBYTERIAN West Leisenring, William Hamilton, minister--Sunday school, 9:45, R. K. Warnick superintendent; Y. P. service, 6:45 P. M.; church service, 7:30 P. M. FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg street and Morton avenue, Geoige R. Krupp, minister-Bible school, 9:45 A. M. Morning worship at 11; theme, "The Wonder of Christ." Pioneer Society, 2:30 P. M. Y. P. C. U., 6:30. Evening, 7:30, Young People's program. Mid-week SPrvice of prayer and praise Wednesday evening, 7:45 o'clock. FIRST METHODIST PROTESTANT West Apple street, A. R. Mansberger, pastor--Class meeting, 9 A. M.; Sunday school, 9 45 A. M.; church worship, 10:45 A. M., sermon "Unto You, Young Men." Intermediate Christian Endeavor, 6 P. M. topic "The Church and Our Denomination"; Senior Christian Endeavor 5:45 P. M.; evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. At this service young people will present annual "Young People's Day" program, offering to apply on "Appreciation Year" budget. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday Evening. CHRISTIAN Merrill L Cadwell, pastor--Bible school, 9:30 A ~'.: morning woiship, 10:40 o'clock, "Religion m .1 Scientific Age," Dean Barnal R. Weimer, dean of the faculty of Betnyny College; Christian Endeavor. 6.30 P. M ; evening service, 7.30 o'clock, this is time of quarterly evening communion service. TRINITY EPISCOPAL East Fairview avenue, Henning O. Danielson, rector--Evenng prayer. 7-30; Woman's Guild meets at 2'30 o'clock Thursday aEleinoon. Boys' choir practice at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. HIT. ZION BAPTIST R. D. Epps, pastor--8 30, church Bible school, J. Fant, presiding. Miss Ida Mae Reynolds, music dii ector; 10:30, devotional, conducted by officers and missionary worker?. Mrs. Nola Blanum. Mrs. Ida Brown. Mrs. Mollie Gibson and Mrs. Nellie Roberts; 11:30, pa.stor \viil address the Ladies' Missionary Circle of which Mis. S.idie While is president. 6:30, B. Q. P. Union. S. GanU, president; 8 o'clock, by request choir will render a musical piogram with Frank Hicks as choir director. Pastor will make some remaiks on the Baptist Churcn as a missionary church. There will be reports from all departments of the church. GOSPEL TABERNACLE Christian and Missionary Alliance, 308 Porter avenue, Wylie E. Smith, pastor--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M ; morning worship, 11 o'clock, topic ·'The Holy Spirit and the Coming of the Lord." Young Peoples meeting, 6:30 ?. M.; evangelistic service, 1 30 P. M.. topic "Thy Faith Hath Saved God in Peace." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg and Green streets Karl H. J. Schoenborn, pastor--Bible school at 9:45 with classes for ail ages; James H. Luckey, superintendent; lesson subject "Peter Declares His Love." Morning worship service at 11 o'clock witii sermon by the pastor entitled "Living Dangeiously, or Gambling With Life." Junior Christian Endeavor at 2 o'clock for children between the ages of nine and 13. Senior Christian Endeavor at 6:30 with Henry W. MeRobbie as the leader; the topic to be discussed is "My Church." Evening worship service at 7:30 with sermon entitled, "Is Heaven a Reality" CHURCH OF GOD Buchanan Circuit, G. W. Byrnes, pastoi, 1119 West Crawford avenue. Breakneck--Sunday school, 10 A. M.; Christian Endeavor, 7:30 P. M.; PAYNE A. M. E. H. D. Lowber. pastor--9:30 A. M , Sunday school; 11, preaching, subject, 'Running the Race"; 8 P. M., evening worship. Wednesday at 8 P. M., proyer-meetin 5. school, 9 A. M.; hour of 10:15; theme ol sermons, GERMAN LUTHERAN Paul E. Porath, pastor--Sunday worship, German, "Wie ofTenbart der Herr seine Herrlichkeit in seiner Gemeinde''"; English, "The Glory of God." Ladies' Aid will meet Sunday afternoon, Jnn- iry 29, at the home of Mrs. Adolph Premus. Church Council meet Wednesday evening at the parsonage. TRINITY LUTHERAN Fairview avenue, W. H. Hetrick, D. D., pastor--Ctasb in catech'sm, 9 A. M.; Sunddy school, 10 A. M., ies- son "Peter Declares His Love", church worship, 11 A. M., Hojy cum- municn, baptibm of i n f a n t s , accession of members. Luther League, G:40 P. M., topic. "Investing Life in the Foreign Field," leader, Evelyn Zimmerman. Evening church worship, 7:30 o'clock, sermon "Meat ?pd Drink for the Soul," Holy Communion. Prayer meeting "Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. I **I1 yo love me, keep my commandment^.**---John 14:15 FROM YESTERDAY'S LAST EDITION Hospital Club Will Benefit From Party S,x tables for contract budge were called into play at a bridge party given Wednesday evei name of Mrs. J. Harold road. The party was sponsored 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. Goe. Lunch wa in keeping son being carried out. Americans Need To Know History, unufei; HOU-J- | | « tufnfwms Educator Says Mozart Club To Give Program For Senior M u s i c i a n s school districts be- i Auditorium. Dr. Driggs, professor of English as served, appomtments I Dunbar township schoolidistri with the Valentino sea- | TMS held at the High School Members of the junior clul, of which Mrs. Carl T. AnsUne is sponsor, will present the program. C. D. OF A. GIVES PARTY education at New York ^UniverbUy, i flUSS1ON CIRCLE HONORS FOR ME31BCRS AND FRIENDS ] ff, 1 ^ Court Annunciata No. 260, Calho- held Peter Declares His Love HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON QThe International Uniform Lesson on the above topic for Jan. 29 is John 21: 11-19, tlic Golden Text being" John 11: 1!5--"If ye love me, keep my commandments.") By NEWMAN CAMPBELL IN LAST WEEK'S lesson Peter, faced with the possibility of arrest for being with Jesus, denied three times that he knew the Lord, and when the cock crew, he remembered that Jesus had told him that he would act thus. He was filled with anguish for his faithlessness. In todays lesson he is with the other disciples, walking 1 sadly along- the road three d.iyy after the crucifixion. Jesus joins the group, but none of the disciples knows Him They ask Him to stay and dine with them, and He tells them where to cast -heir nets to £et a good catch of fish. They follow His direction and land many large hshcrf. and wnen they eat, Jesus breaks hread and gives it to t h e m -- and then they know the Christ! Peter feels he is forgiven for his denials and Jesus asks him if he loves Him. Peter answers fervently. "Yea. Lord, thou knowest that I love Thee." Then Jesus answers. "Feed my lambs." Three timesi is the question put, three times Peter answers. "Y«a." and three times is he told to "Feed my lambs," or "Kced my sheep " It not earthly food that Is meant, but spiritual -- the preaching of the gospel Peter understands Tho disciples nre now convinced that Christ has really risen from the dead. Before this thry were Inclined to be doubtfn! The t 1 Man's had first toid the story of finding the tomb empty and the bod/ of Jcau.s gone, but the men put *hat down to "women's talk." Now thry know that the talk was true. Now we go back a bit, ',o before the crucifixion, and recall the story °* the woman who wn« smner and who anointed thr- Savior's feet with precious ointment It was one time u-hen a PharHcn asked Jesus to cat with him, and He did so. While they were at the meal this woman, who was known to he a sinner, came in, and stood behind Him weeping. Then, kneeling before Jesus, she bathed His feftt with her tears, wiped them with her long hair, and finally anointed them with the precious ointment which was in an alabaster box. Of course the self-righteous Pharisee was horrified, and said to himself that if Jesus reatly were i prophet. He would know what type of woman this was and shrink from her. But Jesus, reading" his thoughts said, "Simon 1 have something to say to theu." Simon said, "Master, say on." Then iesua tnld the parable of the man who had two debtors, one of whom owed him only a little money, and the other who owed him much. Ke forgave them both. "Which of them will lovt him most?" Jesus tiiked. "I suppose he to whom he forgave rr ost," answered Simon. Then He turned to the woman saying that when He entered Simon's house He was given no water to wash His feet and received no kiss of welcome, but the woman hr.d given Him both. "Wherefore I say unto thee, her sina whizh arc many, are forgiven; for she iovrd much." And to her He said, "Thy sina are forgiven. Thy faith hath saved thee; go in peace." The last part of the lesson is one w hich you should read for yourselves, for it is too long to copy here and It is so beautiful It should be memorized. It Is Irom 1 Corinthians, cnnpter 13, beginning "Though 1 speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity (lovp). I am become as bounding brass or a tm- khnfr rymbal. "And though 1 huvc the gift of prophecy, and understand all mystery and nil knowledge; and though I have ail faith, so Uiat I could remove mruntmns. and have not chanty, I a-n nothing." lic Daughters of America, held ils monthly social Thursday night at Elks Hall. Ten members and their r.ends were present and sp^nt a tiofat enjoyable evening at bridge, ve hundied and other games, for vhich prizes were awarded. After lie games lunch was served, attrac- ice Valentine appointments prevail- ng. The prtrty was in chaigc oC Mrs. Margaret Smyth and her aides. EVELYN CROSS IS HOSTESS TO GIRLS' SEWING CLUB Mrs,. Evelyn CLOSS entertained the Young Girls' Sewing Club Thursday nin? at her home in South Con- nellsvule. Sowing was the diveivon must and women whose Jives went the mitking of our country." "This has been partly accomplished by books already pioduccd but the vast work is yet to be done," he declared. "What we need is Htci iiturc that will portray the throbbing heart o£ real America. 11 Dr. Driggs said he has been asked by s'.udents why history should be studied. His nnswer to this is why is it necessary to take caic of roots oC apple trees.? The reason is obvious. Unlc.ss care is given the tree roots, there will be no fruit and similarly if American history is not learned by Americans it is hardly likely that democracy can last. "If we believe ; n our democracy, into ' the Methodist Protestant Church met i Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Elmer Tannenill in East Fairview 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 repealed. There was a reading by the leader. The question box was given by several of the members. The study book, entitled "Tales or India," was given bv x Miss Anna Mae Lcwellen. Plans the seni-annual thank offering Lunch was served we have to get its origin across to " ' n " know anything ·f the evening. - _ . - . _ . - , v the hostesb, assisted by her sisters, those that don t Mane and Helen Turney. , about it," he said. "We must make The next meeting will be held i history come to life. Thursday, February 2, at the home of Professor Driggs told his listeners Miss "Helen PulcVurd in South Arch that ,n older to ge. the heart throbs street. 1 oC Amei ican history. it was .Missionary Society MceLs. The Missionary Society of the Church of God met Thursday evening at lh«» homr of Mrs. Homer Clark in South Conncllbville. Mrs. Ray BittncT. presidrnt, presided over the buss ness session at Vvhich time n dibcusiion was held cor.cern- necessary to go to te "story spots" of our country and dig into the lives of those, important and insignificant, whose exploits played such n laig° p a i l in the making of the nation. He ^nid some books had been wi'tten portraying eaily life in the Nation and mentioned "Noithwest Passage" and "Diurns Along the to be held Sunday, February 12, were discussed. One new member was received. At the close of the business FCS- sion, a miscellaneous shower was given in honor of the hostess, who before her morriage was Miss Grace Breakiron. She received many beautiful gifts. A delicious lunch was served by toe hostess, assisted by Miss LloydellQ Gangaware The next meeting will be held Thursday, February 23, at the home of Miss Loi? B Gilford. EMARUTH BURKHARDT FETED WITH PARTY AT 3IEADVILLE Miss Ematuth Burkhardl ol South Connellsville was honoree at a dinner party, in observance ol her ing the two quilts being made for Mohawk." However he asserted, ^ Thursday January 26, at the Yearly State Camp ^meeting at hardly onc-muhontn of Oie job had j ^ hQme o[ ^ Ed]th Rowlfiy at EmiUnton. Mrs, Levi S toner \vill entertain the society Thursday, February 23, at her home :n Woodlawn avenue. Stork at Hospital A von was born nt 6'24 o'clock Thuid iv evening at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mis. Vincent Welling of Vandcrbilt. Dean Weimer, Bethany, A! Christian Church Holy Communion Y. P. Anniversary Church Affiliation j Program Tomorrow Trinity Lutheran Mid-u inter C'ommumon, the first in the- new ye;u. will be solemnized in Trinity L u t h c i a n Church Sunday morning nnd evening. As is ihvas customary, U n l d i e n u i l l be baptized when arranged foi and new riombcrb w i l l be received. Oppoi lumty for the Sacrament will Ix* given at the evening service when it -^hort sei - rnon will oe d c l n o i r d by the jj;ibtor on the- theme, "Meat and D u n k for the Soul." Baptist Contest Ends Tomorrow; Race Close The membership attendance con- te 1 -! betucen the B;u.ic.ii onrf Men b Bible classes, ends Sunday W i t h both classes i u n n m £ u close race. The Men's Bible Class attendance List Sunday w c is 6G nnd the BaiMca Class 62, \vhic.i makes a gain of over 200 per cent lor each chi--. 1 . W. L. ZoIKas, lejcher of Baraca been done. Preceding Dr. Driggs on the speaking piosram was Dean Thyrsa | W«lhU«ow d n of -.en ; Pittsburgh, who spoke on the topic, "The Marks of. a Real Booklover." Dean Amos said book collectors who buy books only for the sake of. possess on and those who buy books just to adorn a room are not considered true bookiovers. The booklover is one who has a great d.gmty m reception of new ideas and v. ho tries to understand them nnd g^t from them what he d Meadville, Miss Burkhardt, who was graduated Thursday from Allegheny College. Meadville, spent last summer *vith Miss B,ou'Iey, head li- toured many interesting points in New York and Canada. Miss "city Buitennore, also enrolled at / "legheny College, was a guest at the party. Marriage Announced. Announcement is made of the marriage of William E\ ans, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Evans of Dickerson Hun, and Marion Bennett of Pitts- biugh. The cei emony took place E \ c m n g services nt Lhe United , Pri^bytenan Church w i l l be in I ch.uge of OIL- YOJJIR Peoples s o c i e - tici tomorrow night. Tht- pros ~nm is planned in re- ' cognition of t h r - 50th timmms:t: o f ; lhe eitjiblishntnt of the denormna- j tiopiil Young I'enpleV Grgaru7.aUon. ( It \v;is in "-he Foui Lh Church, Pittsburgh, April 30, 1889, that the Both the morning and tne evening first Young People's Comcntmn was services at the Christian Church me held to phin for young peoples work j ^ o be mnrkcd tomorrow with unusu.il in the United Presbyterian Chun h. interest. Dean Benin I R Wumer. Five b u n d l e d delegates, represent- who i.s dean of the Bethany College mg 181 societies, i expended. In the j faculty anr piufcssor of biology at ser\ice tomoirow evening the fol- [ that mstnuUon, will b:mg the 'ness- lowmg topics will be presented as { ;\gc at the. moimng service. He lub follows: "Tne Y. P. C, U. Looks Backward B. Personal Mention can i n f o l d of just passing them off j Saturday, January 21. ii. the manse because they are new to him, she ^ o[ a Presbyter j a n Cnurch in Pitts- saic. burgh. "\Ve love books because we arc 1 lovers-, of life and books are Uie records of life," she declared. "Books me lhe unifying elements of generation? " Rev. C. George Shupe, pastor of Trinity Reformed Church, was in charge of the devotions to open the second and concluding day ol the annual leachci s meeting. The cn- tertaminent program featured vocal solos by Betty Lee Dixon, accompanied at the piano by Carl T. An- Mrs. M. R. Vance, who has been ill at her home in JSJoith Pittsburg street, is slowly improving. Rev. Rcmo PJ etcher of near Eliza- cblh returned todtiy after having visited friends here for two days. Rev. Pletcher is a former resident. F W. Fitzimons and Holland Pier- stmc; piano solos by Edward MeG:ll, i sol o£ the Wcit Side, who have been ill of grip lor the past month, are improving. Miss Margaret Hanrahan of Cleveland is spending the mid-semester vacation with a school friend. Miss ,-ind rhythm work depicted by First Grade students, ROBERT BOYD HAS CHARGE OF P1CKETT CLASS MEETING (Rosemary Schulei, m East Cedar Robert Eoyd, piesident, was in , avcnue . They .,,.,, mem bcis of the charge oC the January meeting of the W W. Pickett Class, of the First Methodist Protestant Church, held Thui faddy n.ght at the home ol Mrs. Elizabeth Piper in East Peach street. The meeting opened \\ith devotional s*. A hymn, "Happy Day," was sung by request of. Mis. C. R. Jones, "A Home Beyond the Stvics," was sung in honor ot Mrs. Mury Luckey Inlo the Local Church," Mrs. R Hynlt. "The Y. P C. U. Looks Back to UNION BAPTIST Rev. L. H. Colvm, pastor--Morning mid-week service, Wednesday, 7:301 worship at 11 o'clock in charge of P. M. Buchanan--Sunday school, 10 A. M.; Christian Endeavor, 7 P. M.; midweek service, 7:30 P. M. Clinton--Sunday school, 10 A. M.; Christian Endeavor, 7 P. M.; evangelistic service, 7:30 P. M. Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. M. J. Lewis, M~s. E, Stevenson; 11:15, sermon by the pastoi; 7:30 P. M., program in chargo of committee. Reading, Nannie Swell on "The Rapid Flight of Time"; solo, Mrs. Mildred Taylor; talk, D. Stevenson on "JesJS On His pic's chorus, t'nder the direction of ! David Charle'iwoith, will sing rn 1 anthem in the morning, entitled, Ils B n t h d a y , ' Miss Evelyn Moore, ' " Pl 'sise Ye the Father," by Gounod. "The Y. P. C. U. Surveys the Past Dean Woimcr wants to meet all announced his subject as "Religion who rKcnl i y celebrated her 80th in a Scientific Age." The young pto- Fifty Yeais," .It.sse V. Boyer. i alumni of Bethany College who are | in the area at 3 o'clock m the social | rooms of the Christian Church. This Class, and S. B. Dull, teacher of the | Miss Ida Mae Sidles, president of the 'The Y. P. C. U. Surveys Future." Jean Sullivan. j , The serv.c.c begins at 7:30 o'clock. ' P r °S r: «' has been planned by Pau; Men s Class, ate pi.inning for a j senior society, will preside. large joint meeting after the contest i -closes, with losers serving a suppcj j to the winning class. " ) I Shank, president of the local Bethany College alumni. At Mount Zion Church. Way to Ljixa.ut' G.'avc"; solo, Miss ' Mary Washington; reading, Sa.He Henderson; t a l k , R. D. Fl.rl, on ' "Missions"; instrumental sole, Mrs. L. H. Colvin; paper, Mr* Sarah Mills; remarks, J. Locketta; solo, R. D. Flint, "Loiri Hold My Hand, Lead Me On," accompanied by M.S. Flint There will be a "talent program" under the direction of Miss Bei tha Mil's, Miss Ida Mae and Miss Marinn Reynolds al the Mount Zion Bap- list Chuicn at 8 o'clock Sunday night. OTHER CHURCH NEWS WILL BE FOUND ON PAGE FIVE At the evening teriy comrr.un'on service, the quar- service will be held under the leadership of the elders and deacons o£ the church. "If it is difficult in these days to follow the pattern ol Christian living wh cli Chi is', laid di wn for His followers, perhaps it is oecatise we have .lot laid hold of the same power to which He reached while He walked this earth. Christ-like worship is a foie- runncr of rhrisl-hke work," said ihe pastoi, Rev. Merrill L Cadwell. birthday. The regular business session was held, after \vhich short talks' weie given by Rev. A. R. Mansberger, church pa tor; Norman Avey and A. C. Anderson, Betty Jane Keys and Helen Avey sang two hymns. Three new mcmbe: s were received. I', was announced that Mrs. W. H. Adams, Mrs. Etta Wright and Mrs. Joel Veinon aie ill and that M'ss Althea Stafford is confined to her home \vith a broken \vi.st. Mrs. Wright is a patient at the Conrellsville Stute Hospital. The hostess served a delicious lunch. avenue. senior class at Scton Hill College, Greens burg .lames J. Dnscoll of Sycamore street left this morning for Roanoke, Va., Co ioin Mrb. Di'ibcoll who has been visiting n .son-in-lau and daughtci, Mr. and.M.F. Donald H. Catt for the last two \tcckb. Mr. and Mrs. Driscoll plan to spend three \\eeks traveling through the southern states. Misses Betty and Maigucntc Dixon, students at Set or, Ki3t College in Gieensbuig, j.ro spending the week-end at their home in Aetna sticot. Mts. A r t h u r H. Stoll icturned today to Etna, -Pittfabuigh , having visited a week with her son-in-uuv and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. RufC in Race street. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Cohen returned to Pittsburgh Wednesday after a few days' visit with Mrs. Cohen's parents, Mr. and Mrs Emmanuel Mervis, of West Green street. Mrs. Robert Hylton of Chicago Is visiting Mrs. Clarence W. Duibin at Dickcrson Run. Mrs. J. W. Thornton of Pittsburgh has returned from Union. N. J., ' AUOLD BRUCE DULL IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY, Harold Bruce Dull, sen of Dr. and Mis. J. Harold Dull of Wills road, 1 was feted at a love];- birthday party 1 where she visited her brother-in-law Mrs. Robert weeks. Mrs. ,lt his home Thursday afternoon. Peter Declares His Love ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Scripture--John 21:1' 1?. By Alfred J. Buescher After Jesus' death He appears to His disuples as they walk sadly along the road together, but they know Him not. They asked Him to stay with them, and when they want food He tells them where to cast their nets, which are filled After they have eaten the disciplps know their Lord, who asks Fetor if he loves Him, and tells hirru "Feed my lambs." A woman comes to Christ, anoints His feet with oil and dries them with her hair, (GOLDEN TEXT--John UrlS.) Twenty guests attended from 2 to 5 o'clock ,ar.d games were played with prises bemg awarded to Anita Ma- and sister, Mr. and Adams, for a few Thorrton IF visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. DeMuth, i M _ __ __ _ _ of Wills lone, Mary Ann Whoric, Harry Rich- [ road over the -week-end, a i Leicliliter and Edward Schemer. Miss June Shannon of 110£) Vine A highlight of the afternoon was n j street, is a patient at the Union town movie of "Popeye the Sailor Man," i Hospital, where she is a student after wl-ich sledding was enjoyed for nurse, for tieatmenl of an infected a half hour. j foot. Miss Shannon has been con- The games were played in the i f ine d for a week and will be in bed recreation room which was gayly j f o r nt least another week or ten decorated with red and white j (j^ys. streamers nnd iea hearts pierced Mrs. Frank K. Bailey, who was in- with white arrows. Lunch was | Jurcd a lcw wecks agc ip an auto _ served by Mrs. Dull. Tne honored | mobl!e accident , is g e ttiag along guest was presented with a beautiful niccl but fe sU1] confinod to he ^. cake covered with white frosting and adorned with nine red candles. He received many beautiful gifts. Mt. Braddock Man to Wed. Miss Alice Marie Springer of Fafr- chonee and Francis Phelan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Phelan of Mount Braddock, will be quietly married at o'clock Saturday evening at Dunbar. M". Phelan nd bride will reside at Uniontown where the former is employed as Phelan's garage. a mechanic at home at Ohiopyle. Miss Mary Margaret Mintserman of McCormick avenue is spending two weeks with relatives in Pittsburgh. R. H. Croushor^ and Albert D. Fulmer of the Troutman Company returned home from Pittsburgh yesterday after attending an annual sales convention of an electric refrigeration company. They expressed themselves as being confident oJ a big sales year in the appliance field.

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