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January 19, 1938

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p \r~Tcvo. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLTS, PA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, By LYNNE B. KTNCELL Members. of Junior. Culture Club Pay Visit to Capstan Glass Plant About sixty members of the Junior Culture Club visited the"plant of the Cnpstan Glass · Company Tuesday night The members met at the club rooms in_ the Carnegie Library-at 7 30 and were taken by bus to the Capstan -plant. --The tour through the plant, which " was guided "by various employees of the company, was very enlightening, as well as enjpyab:.. ,, . _ Although, only established in 1918, Capstan Glass has rls.cn to a position of pre-eminence in the glass container field. The factories and warehouses contain a total ol 250,000 square leet of floor space lor the production, fabrication, and storage of glass containers. Five furnaces* with an aggregate capacity, ol 375 tons per 24 hours, operating at a temperature ol 2700 degrees feed the most modern ol container flowing equipment. Sand, sodd and limestone are the most important constituents in the forming ol glass The manufacture of "glass, from the raw materials to the finished product was fully ^described and illustrated to the group. XJpon_leaving_thc plant each guest ·was" presented with a measuring cup and a leaflet on "How Glass Con- taincrs_Arc Made" The- club then fciurned to the club rooms where a short business meeting was held Plans were discussed for the annual card party to be held February 17. At the close ol the business meet- Ing lunch was served by the following hostesses. Miss Josephine Harry, Miss Madeljn Welsh, Miss Helen Robinson, Miss Alma Shaw, Miss Margaret Fowler, Miss Jane Sybcrt and Mrs Catherine Burhans. The table was spread w ith a white cloth and centered with miniature skating scene with small lighted houses in the background Tall green tapers in crystal holders graced either end ol the table. Marie Moriarity, R. N., " Weds "JoKnjGastrcill Hospital Auxiliary Hears Report of Gift Giving to Patients A short meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to the Connellsvillc State Hospital was held Tuesday afternoon at the Hospital with the president, Mrs Meyer Aaron, presiding Miss Helen Armstrong, member of a committee in charge of the Christmas activities at the Hospital, announced that adult patients were given gifts and a Christmas card and that the children, who received gifts from tho Hospital Club, were also given a box of candy by the auxiliary. Serving on the committee with Miss Armstrong were Mrs J Kirk Rcnner and Mrs Fred D. Munson Routine business was taken care ol and at the close of the meeting members inspected a new operating table, purchased recently lor the Hospital The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, February 15. The marriage of Miss Marie Moriarity, R N , and John L Gastklll, both ol this city, was announced at a prettily appointed shower given Saturday evening at the home of Mrs Gastkill's mother, Mrs Nell Moriarity in Cottage avenue. The ceremony was quietly solemnized November 27, 1936, at Blossburg, Pa , where Mrs. Gastklll was a nurse at the Blossburg State Hospital Mrs Gastklll was graduated from the Immaculate Conception High School with the Class of 1930 and Irom SC Joseph's School of Nursing with the Class ol 1932. Before go- Ing to Blossburg she was a nurse lor Dr. J. French Kerr. Mr. Gastkill was graduated Irom the Connellsville High School, a member ol the Class of 1929. Mr. and Mrs. Gastkill arc residing at 512 Seventh avenue, Coraopolis, where the former u employed by the Montour Railroad MELVIN KELLER PRESIDENT OF LUTHERAN BB3LE CLASS Melvln Keller was elected president 0-' the Men's Bible Class nnc Brotherhood of Trinity Luthcr-m Church Monday evening when it met at the parsonage in East Patterson avenue with Rev. and Mrs William H. Hetrick Other officers elected were' Carl Morgan, vice- president; Ralph Richey, secretary 1 F. J DcChambeau, assistant sccrc- I tary; Paul Brlckman treasurer The vice-president presided and conducted the devotions which comprised hymn singing, the Lutheran Brotherhood Service during which the Scripture was read by Martin Gcrke, and praj er by Mohan Keller The reorganization of the Boy Scout Troop will take place with James Koch as leader and William Guthrie, assistant leader. A Boy Scout" commiltce~ol six men Irom the Brotherhood was appointed t assist the organization Following the busin"ss _an inter csting program _was_presented with Dr. H. C Hoffman_ speaking, using as his thcne,-"The^Fuhirc ol the Church" A quartet- consisting o Mrs Forest Buckrof-Scottdalc, Mrs George Dopplchaucr, Robert L Werner and Roy O. Clabaugh sang "Sweet the Moments" and "Al Through the Night," with Miss Pear Keck playing the piano nccompanl ment. A social hour lollowcd COURT OF HONOR MEETING IS HELD BY GIRL SCOUTS Audrey Smyth opened the meeting ol Troop 4, Girl Scouts, of the First Presbyterian Church Monday evening with Mary Louise Ncwmyer and Vcssa Knight as color guards. A brief business session was held it which time attendance was "discussed Signaling was studied for the second class test and scouts arc to_ study and be able to pass thrift, health, knot review, in case ol fire, the flrst stanza ol "The Star Spangled Banner," and discuss the American flag at next meeting Those who have not passed the tenderfoot test studied to pass it January 31. The meeting Z. closed with friendship circle "and ~ taps. " *~-. ~ -- --"^, A court ol honor'meetinB loJlawed the troop meeting at which time -- - Mary Jane Sweeney was appointed -~ chairman ol attendance committee, iissistcd by Betty Goldstone and Lois - May. Those unable to attend a meeting will contact a member of the committee. Margaret Jean Ncwmy- -- - tr was appointed to assist the troop - treasurer, Gloria Gould, in contacting the girls who have not paid their -- - dues, and suggest ideas for earning "~_ money. Miss Doris Mullen, lieutenant, was appointed to arrange lor an entertainment to be held in February. Sally Minerd and Louis Tullcy will be her assistants. MARIE LOUDERBACK HOSTESS TO GEMMANEE BRIDGE CLUB Miss Marie Eoudorback cnter- ~ tained the Gemmanee Bridge Club Monday evening at her home in East Fayette street. Prizes were awarded to Miss Ann Rankin and Miss " Monica Atkins. At a late hour the hostess served a Dutch lunch. Miss Monica Atkins will entertain _ the club Monday evening, January -- -31 Members will be notified ol the -- place. ~ . Earl Licensed to Marry. R Lohr of Confluence and -~ Dorothy V. Hall of Dunbar and Luigi Maccdpnl ol McKcesport and Carmela Tede»co of Juniata and George - A. Gosbaro of Scottdale and Sara H Coburn ol Point Marion and Amelia - Presello ol Perryopolls and Mary C Pradell ol Star Junction were licensed to wed at Unlontown take Will Install Officers. Installation ol officers will place Friday evening when the Daughters ol Union Veterans-meet at 7.30 o'clock at Elks Hall BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y W. P. MILLER, INDIAN HEAD MERCHANT, FETED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs Joseph R Millc were host and hostess at a v.ell ap pointed family d'nncr Monday eve nlng at 6 30 o'clock at their horn at Indian Head in honor of th seventy-fifth birthday anniversary o Mrs. Miller's lather, W. P. Miller well-known merchant at India) Head The menu consisted of turkey with all the trimmings. Members o Mr. Miller's family present in addi tlon to the host and hostess were hi sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. an Mrs. Lyman K. Miller and Mr an Mrs Bruce K. Miller of Connclls ville and Mr .and Mrs G H Mille of Champion, his son-in-law nn daughter, "Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bun gard of Normalville and p-and daughter, Miss Madalinc Pn'.ts, wh resides with him. The hunor gues 1 was presented with a substantla sum of£moncy _Alt«P-partaklng of tho sumptuou repast the group attended the scrvic at the Indian Head Church of God o which Mr. Miller is a member. Mr Miller has spent all of his lif In Springfield township and Is on of the most -widely known and high ly esteemed men of the community He Is in good health and non present enjoyed the birthday dinnc more than he. ~ * SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY GIVES ENJOYABLE PART The Ladles' Auxiliary to tho Fay cttc County Fish and Game Protcc tive Association gave a party Tues day night at the home of Mrs. J. W Miles of South Connellsvillc SI tables of five hundred were In play prizes being awarded to the follow ing' High, Mrs K.ithrjn Gordo and Robert Bryson, second, Mrs. 1 A. Pltsch and Frank Illig Lunc was served after the games to thirl members and guests. Visitors wcr Mrs. Frank Livingston and Mis Gladys Livingston, and Miss Dell Henry, Miss Vona Robinson, ail Mill Run and Mr and Mrs Rober Bryson of Chalk Hill. WOMAN VISITS O. R. C. AUXILIARY Coke Region Division No 19 tadles' Auxiliary to the Order o Railway Conductors, met Tucsda afternoon in regular session at th B O. Y. M. C A Business o a routine nature was transacted Mrs Christine Gulln and Mrs Jenni Walters, last mmed of Ursina, wer reported on the tick. list. Mrs Jren Dougherty ol Pittsburgh was a gues at the'meetmg ~. Licensed at Cumberland. Marriage liccnbcs were Issued a Cumberland to Charles Lloyd Kin, of Ow- isdale and. Ruth Ann Habore o' Connellsville, Albert Aplcella o New Salem nnd Frances Bobak o Bufflngton, James William Lynn an Wanda~Mae-Thorpe, both of Dicker son Run. Tfce Authority on Autliorltle*" STABS OF DESTINT A LUCKY STAR seems to govern tho dutlny of come declarers. When they get into their moat Important contracts, involving tho largest amounts of points, then everything seems to break for them. Not only are the hostile {cards to located that there- IB a Ichancc to make an otherwise Un- Ipoislbla contract, but tho oppo- Inents In all close questions choose to play In the only way which will make the path easy. + K 8 6 4 2 V A J 1 0 8 6 1 2 · 6 4 (Dealer- South. Neither Bide vulnerable ) North and South reached a contract ot 6-Hcarts on this deal after an opening bid of 1-Heart by South, 2-Hcarts by North, lour by 'South and six by North. Wiien the diamond Q was led by ·West, tho declarer realized he nced- 'cd a lot of lucky breaks to make this contract, but tho latcs were iwlth him and on tho cards were 'distributed ho did not even have to Snake a guess, Alter winning th* first tnct with the diamond A, the declarer led the heart Q. East obligingly 1 covered with the K, which wis won with the A and the only outstanding trump drawn. II East had not covered, South would bavt been on the spot as with only two trumps out, lie probably would have played his ace. He now set out to establish a spade In dummy to discard his losing diamond in. the South hand This he was able, to do with the entries ha had in the trump sutt in dummy. The question In his mind now was how to loee only one club trick. He played tho 4 from dummy, and East Immediately won with the A. There was then only one loser in the hand. Tomorrow's Problem *10 6 4 9 Q J i o · A 10 4 . Q 0 8 5 1 + K 8 7 S 2 ¥ 8 6 4 · Q 9 8 S (Dealer. South. Both sides vulnerable ) What lc Souths best play lor 3-No Trumps alter the lead ol the spade 3? After 20 Centuries Beauty Again to Be Egypt's Queen Royal Bridegroom Here Is the most recent portrait ol Farouk I, King ol Egypt, fint independent Egyptian ruler since Cleopatra, who on January 20 will marry Fanda ZulOeur, daughter ol *n Egyptian judge. (Central Prut) St. K. FORWARD CLASS PLANS f O R BANQUfcT FEBRUARY IS The Forward CIiu5 of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church met Tuesday night at the home ol Mrs Ira Juyncs in Green street Eighteen members were present. The meeting wa5 opened bv the president, Mrs John Sohonnge A nice sum was realized from a food salo lust Saturday. It vnix decided to hold a banquet In connection with the next regular meeting Tuesday evening, February 15, at the home ol Mrs Una Morris, South Ninth street. A dainty lunch was scrvd by the committee composed of Pars Jtynea Mrs StclH Ford, Mrs L M Findlcy and Mrs E L Frye U. I. GLEANERS CLASS TO MEET FRIDAY NIGHT The Gleaner 1 ! Class of the United Presbyterian Church will meet Fri- 6iy ovcnlng at 7 45 o'clock at the home of Mrs George Reagin In 322 South Eighth street, Greenwood Sunshine friends \vill bf revelled nt the meeting Mrs C D Slblcy anc Miss Wanda Bclghlcy will be Joint hostesses LITTLE FLOWtR CLUB WILL MEET AT ST. RITA'S HALL The Little Floucr Club will meet this evening nt St Rita's Hnll In th West Side MHi Antoinette Pernn twn, piesidtnt will preside over th business session A social hour will be held. CintlSTIAN PHILATIfEAS WILL MEET AT CHURCH The Phllathea Class of the First Cnnstiin Church will meet Thurs day night at 7 45 o'clock at the Mjcial room ol the church Hostesses are Mrs George Percy, Mrs James Soisson and Mrs Willard Pierce Will Meet Thunday The Katherme Francis Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Thursday c\emng at the home of Mrs Eduin Junk at Poplar Grove \V M A. Thursday Night The Woman's Missionary Auxiliary of the Methodist Protestant Church will hold n brief business sess on following the revival sen ice Thursday night A. Koromun Iteauty Slioppc Permanents $1.00 Shampoo und Hnlr Set, both for 35c J'hono 20SSOI CARIO, Jnn. 19--Slender, dark- eyed Fnnda Zulficar, who will become Egypt's second queen since Cleopatra on Thursday, completcc her prc-nuptinl arrangements today with sphinx-like calm The 16-year-old bnde-to-bc placidly had her 45-crown trousseau packed end sent to Koubbch Palice where she and yoi'ng King Tarouk will live after their marriage From the time of Cleopatra, who was the country's ruler when Egypt passed under the domination of Rome In 31 B. C, there was no queen until Farouk's mother galncc the title when her late husband E*uad, was proclaimed king in 1022 All Cairo was aflutter over thi impending ceremony, which will bi Egypt's first royal wedding since th days of the Pharaohs, for Fuad =1 ready had been married to Queen Nazi! when he became king. Meanwhile, 17-year-old Farouk re ceived foreign diplomats bearing presents Among diplomats payin; their respects was Sir Miles Lamp son, British ambassador, wh brought a letter of congratulations from King George Farida is the daughter of a judg of the Alexandria mixed court of ap pcaL Her parents named her Sat Naz, which in Persian means "Pur Rose,' but at home they called he Fauvcttc (Warbler). Farouk, by royal decree, change his sweetheart's name to J'jridn meaning "Peerless" She said "c va" (all right) when Farouk pro posed to her Although she is as modern as he bridegroom, she won t use powdc or lipstick She may have to rx veiled in public and stay home wher Firouk goes to ollci.il parties, bu she re\els in her smart clothes anc has plenty of them Her 525,000 troiisiciu includes on "Arabian Nights' model, n rose peach garment embroidered wit wntcr-drop pearls with a 24-foo lame tmin spinclcd with jewels nn Irimmcd with blue vehct nnd erm Ine It has a brocade design of lotu folHge ind n qunrter moon Inscribcc In gold with a verse of the Koran Tho train alone cost $3,000. Se\eral palaces arc avnllible Farouk nnd his prospective bride A national holiday has been pro claimed for the mnrringc nnd go\ ernment railways cut fares 70 pe cent to enable more celebrants t visit Cairo for the occasion Publl buildings nnd monuments will be specially lighted Mount Olive Quarterly Conference Tonigh The nubjcct fo- tonight at th Mount Olive UnltccJ Brethren Church will be "God Hnth Spoken " Rci William J. Richey, the pastor, wi speak There will be special musi by the choir and n vocal solo b Mjry Ruth Detwiler. The quarter ly conference will be held after th service with Dr E B Lc irish, Iran sicnl superintendent, presiding Ball and Horsi Battle. ELIZABETH, 111, Jan 19 --A bat tic which raged for hilt an hou between a bull and a horse cndc when the horse slumped to th ground with several ribs broken an its body a mass of wounds whic necessitated its destruct'on. Home Economist to Speak. Miss Mary Anderson, Fayett county director of home economic, will be the speaker at the mcetin of the Monarch Parent-Teacher. Association Thur^Jay evening at 7 3 o'clock in the community center social hour will close the mcctlnj CARD PARTY Immaculate Conception Athletic Council Will Hold Their Annual Cird Parts Monday, January 31 Reception Hall of the Church DOOR PRIZE Brldce "5 0 0 " Blnto xcuses for Rejecting Jesus Only "White Lies" Says Belly Weakland Waves of laughter, tnen (cars and ods of assent was the manner in vhich another large audience in the 'irst Methodist Protestant Church eccivcd the message of Betty Weak- and Tuesday evening, those present aid 'Betty'--all who hear her and meet her call her Betty--has a streak f original Iiumor in h"r make-up t Is manifested as naturally and pontaneously on the platform before lUndrcds of people as it is with a group of friends in private. Thus icr barbed ariows of pungent truths nd attacks against sin arc relieved f their hurt," it was s-iid "Don't forget," said the young evangelist, "a white lie soon gets tan rom exposure and I call excuses for ejecting Christ 'white lies' " Miss Weakland preached upon tho ubject of "Excuses " "Excuse-making is as old as man- und," she continued "Adam and Eve made excuses and folks arc still making them I hate traveled across he continent four times in prcaUi- ng the Gospel I have heard many excuses for not accepting Jesus Christ, but in all my preaching I lave never heard a real reason. 1 " Taking her Scripture lesson Irom .he 14th chipter of Luke, Miss Weaklnnd declared that e\ cry excuse men give for not entering unto the cingdom of God is found in this chapter. "The first man could not go to the feast because he had bought a piece of ground and had to go and look at t at supper time--the pride of possession The others were the claims of business and the claims of another affection which prevented them fron. attending the leas". The same excuses are being oflered today which prevent men and women from cnter- ng :nto the kingdom of God," the evangelist said. 'People who say they cannot be Christians because of the hypocrites in the church will have to spend eternity with them because hell is Cull ol hypocrites." Preceding her message Miss Weakland sang a chorus, "Following Jesus," after which she taught it to the congregation The mule sextet of the First Methodist Church also bang a special number. An all day prayer-meeting was being observed at the church today. Frc-n 7 o'clock this morning until 7 this evening the following persons were in charge of each hour E B, Small, Charles McManus, Thomas Dcncen, Rev. A. R Mansberger, Rosalie Swink, Mrs J Roy Weakland, Marjorle E Pierson, John Broakiron, Mrs Daisy Austin, Mary Pnrkhill and Joseph Huey. At noon today Miss Weakland was the guest speaker at the Klwanls Club. The young evingelist has chosen for her theme tonight, "A Neglected Doctrine " The Odd Fellows, Rcbekahs, Knights of Malta and the Junior Order United American Mechanics will be represented at the service tills evening. PAUL H. STEELE OF RUFFSDALE DIES, WAS FRICK WORKER Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 19 -Paul H Stccle, 46 yejrs old, of Ruffs- dale, an ofllce employe of the H C Frick Coke Company at Scottdale, died at 4 45 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in Frlck Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, after a week's illness of pneumonia He was a member of the Ruffsdalc Reformed Church Mr. Stcele Is survived by these children Robert, Marjory, Thomas, all at home; his mother, Mrs Elizabeth Stccle, of Ruffsdale, and the following brothers and sisters, Charles Stcele of Ambridgc, Meyers Stccle of Gary, Ind, J. Floyd Steele of New York, Donald Steele of Pittsburgh, Miss Olive Steele of Ruffsdale, Edwin Stccle of Glendalc, Cal, Mrs. Maude Terhorst of Ruffsdale, Mrs. Sara Ridenour of Pittsburgh, Howard Stcele of Pittsburgh and Miss Josephine Steele of Ruffsdale. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon In the Ruffsdale Reformed Church with Rev. C. H Faust, the minister, in chirge. Mr. Stcelo's body will lie in state in the church for an hour preceding the service Interment will be made in the Mount Lebanon Cemetery at Tarr. ODD FELLOWS' INSTALLATION ON THURSDAY District Deputy Grand Chancellor William Farr of Dunbar will install officers ol Fayette Lodge, Knights oi Pythias, Thursday evening at 730 o'clock at Odd Fellow's Temple in South Plttsburg street. With Elaine Collins. The E\cr Cheerful Class of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday evening »t 7 3 0 o'c'ock at the home of Miss Elaine Collins, 105 Haas avenue. Shllo Lodcp Thursday. Shilo Lodge, LadieV Auxiljary to Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Thursday evening at 7 30 o'clock at the Y. M C A. Canada to Become Fascist? MONTREAL, Jan. Ifl -- A Fascist regime will rule Canada within three years. Dr. Gabriel Lambert, Fascist leader, predicted here. Robert Pluck, Killed In Arizona, Will Be Buried on Thursday Special to The Courittr MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 19 -Robert Pluck, 20, foster son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pluck of Branden- ville, killed more than a month ago in an automobile accident near Gll- lespie Dam, Anz, will be burled Thursday afternoon In St. John's Lutheran Cemetery at Middle Churches near here. The body was /c-movcd to the home at Branden- " ville and the funeral rites will be conducted at 1 o'clock at the Latrobc Methodist Episcopal Church with Rev. Clark officiating. The young man was fatally injured December 8 when the car In which he was riding was involved in a crash He was enroute to his home from an Arizona Army post after the expiration of his three- year enlistment and had planned to be home in time for the Christmas vacations when the accident occurred. Westmoreland Paroll Up GREENS13URG, Jan. 19--Westmoreland county's payroll for its office staff and other workers will be increased by about $5,000 during the year as a result of new salary schedules agreed upon by the county salary board The entire payroll lor the year will amount to approximately 5250,000. Restaurant Association Officer. William Saxon of Unlontown was elected a vice-president of the Associated Restaurants of Pennsylvania at the annual convention in Pittsburgh. R L. Gammon of Pittsburgh was chosen president. Former Uniontown Man Dead. E J. Ball, 47 years old, associated in the automobile business at Uniontown lor IS years, died Monday morning in Pittsburgh. He had been ill lor four years. LEADING PIANO FIEM SACRIFICE S3L4.LL- SIZE PIANO For very small Imlnncc. Responsible party may take ocr for terms loi\ as $1 iveeklj. Piano Is almost new and full} guaranteed. After seeing it, i\e iill tune and dolher it to your home. For appointment and information, Mrite -F. A. NORTH PIANO CO., Inc. 1533 Chestnut St. Philo. SHE GOES THE Lmir it conies to dressing well...why does she stop half way on "U. O."? Some women RO only hiifwty when cheddng"U. O * (undtr-arm «/ff).Thcy use something o merely remove odor. But bco use the;- don't STOP perspiration, their dteiiei become wet and auiniu uouc.- the urn, their um pits acquire odor froza the persp ration dm Sows aftec deodorizing. Why do th«c women go onlr half-way? Do they think there's cnofe fuss and trouble in using a preparation that stops perspiration? Do they think such preparations may harm their skm or rot clothing? That s not true any more. Nm Cnttin Dodtraml Saftly Sufi Ptf $maaii...ukaenljaftwumndtto sat. 1. Does not roc dresses--docs not Irritate skin. 2. No wamag to dry. 3. Can be mod ri§ht after shaving. 4* Stops perspiratjon and odor 1 to 5 dap y. A white, greascless, vanishing cream. PUyltfe-mimonAmd. the oolr deodoftnt to KOP pcnptf. · tioa wh*h hu beta »wwd«! the Seal of Appro«f of ihe Amcriccn loiutute ocLtoodcrinc tot cxiaK bunlcM to ftbtic. ARRID 39t a far ire Qoin COOKING SCHOOL TODAY LAST TWO CLASSES THURSDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS 9:30 to 11:30 Why don't you come too? You'll say it's the most entertaining and profitable time you ever spent. Y O U R E L E C T R I C A L A P P L I A N C E D E A L E R S

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