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Monday, January 30, 1939
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PAGE TWO. i'HE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. .MONDAY, JANUARY 8(1, 101!!). BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" B. KINCELL. Class of 1934 Will Plan First Reunion At Meeting Sunday A meUiiiR ot the-Class of 193-1 ot lie,- CoaneUiiVille High Schuul lias jcen cared by the president, Harold s,.ger. foi 2 o'clock Su.icUiy after* ·loon at liu- Y M. C A., ,n Soutu P i f t b b u ' g t-tieet. At thi-i tune plans ttj'i be f o i m u l a t e d fo- an initial class rL-uiaon to be held tins ycur. Com- ·n 'ice v 11 be appointed. OPicc'i-. of the L-Ui^s are Picsicien'. H.t/old Sa«cr ot Smithlon; \ice-pre.-i-! ·lent, Ilerbci t RackofT; secretary, Mit-5 Eugenia M Dick " McGee, Former Dunbar Postmaster, 761 R. J. "Dick" McGee ot Umontown, a former postmaster at Durbar and now in ihe i\ieite count com U, u d^ 7B yccu *· old fbatmcKiy- \Vhcu he lepc.ted. foi duly SaU.t- day motning he found a\v t uting him many bnthcUiy caid*:. Mr. IMcGcc u as born t it Smith- Celd J a n i u n y 30, 1H63, ,1 yon of (he lute David and iM.ity .7MIC Cooky McGoe. He moved to Dunbar m 1885 and v.n- poitnia.stcr from 191.1 to 1023 Hr and l'i Lurily moved \o Un'.onto\vn ;n 1925. Scott Klingensmith, Wife Wed 58 Years Margaret E. Vaughn, Scottdale Man to Wed bmiounc'cd by .ill of their d i i _ n but one, grandchildren Ai e.'i-.u 1 .'P.cichildien. Mr and Scotl Klmgensmitri, life-long Kcnit of 3:o,(d Fold and one of the widely knov. n couples ol thai ioiTmun.l. celobr.ited then fifty- UiihUi v.rddmg anmvcrsjiy Tuuis- c.ciy at. their home. Th-2 occasion also marked the severty-ninth birthday o- Mr. Klingensmith. An jnnr ersary dinner, prepared by Mrs. Lev. is M. Fmdley of South Eighth 'itieet, Conncliv.-ille, a daughter, and .Mi.-.. Kenneth Klingensmith of Xematohn, a daughter-in-law o* (lie honotcd couple, \\ as served at 6 o'clock. The .man- wns lor members | of t'ie i% .Tniy and places for twenty- ' three vere laid. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed'.sard Vaughn of Djnbar announce the engagement of their dautflUei, Mess Margaret Ellen Vaughn, to Emery S. and I Hitenour, son of Mr. and Mrs. 3ia Mrc. I" lpn our of dcc'tldale. The werfciin" resi- u ' ^ probably bD a stimn'er f n o n l . from tne Dunhnr Township High School with me Clus-, of 1937. Mr. Ruenour at'.cnried tlic Scutl- dale High School and i~- now employed by A. Ovorhoit iS: Company, Inc , a t Broud Fold A FEW SURE 'HONGS NOT MANT ABSOLUTE "sure lhuig" propositions arc offered Lo bridg-e players. But there are a few which can be grasped, and which should DC grasped, when the alter- n.ibve involves any risk which Is not commensurate with the possible gain. Among these may be included the cashing of the crucial trick which makes the contract for the declarer, or which defeats it for the defense. The same principle applies to biddlr^, In the selection of n contract which can not possibly be beaten, In preference to one which may be defeated. rebid of 3-Spades and North the obviously proper bid of 3-No trump. Right there is where South went wrong-. He bid 4-Spadca, which everybody passed. No possible development, outside of a revoke by the opposition, could enable him to make that contract, which was set one trick. The simplest of counting' would have shown South that at no trump he could run sfcc spado tricka, bar- ling 1 a most freakiah distribution of the outstanding ones, and could add on three more tricks for the side aces. Passing: tho 3-No trump call by North would havo constituted the acceptance of R virtual Kure thing, whereas bidding 4- Spadea amounted to hoping for a trick of some kind from North without any basis for the expectation. Tomorrow's Problem A Q J 6 Business Men of Westmoreland Urge Labor Law Changes GIIEENSBURG, J»n. 30--Small , 3usiicss JVicn'b Abbociution · of Westmoreland County heard Clyde A. Armstrong, Pittsburgh attorney, discuss dangers of administrative oai ds i'ud bucraus established by he Federal Govei nment and unnni- noiibly went on rccoid as favoring nmencments to tl e Wagner Labor Act, includirR one to b'.np the National Labor Halations Board of its udicial functions. IRENE L. FRYAN. FORMER LAYTON GIRL, MARRIED Miss Irene Loui.-e r'ryan, daughter of Mr. and M i « . Elmer Fry,m of West Alexander, fjrmcrly of Lay- ion, mid Hussell F'oyd Crupe, son of M i . arid .Mrs. H m y Crupe of Chiys- ville. WPI e m ; i r - r d Wednesday, (Dealer: South. East-West nerable.) It isn't often that any player sues such a hand as South held on this deal, containing" all of the honors in no trump and a suit, especially tn the ranking- suit of spades. The particular rubber playor who had this one let it go tc hia head. After starting- the bidding- with 2-Spades and hearing 1 North a correct strength denial of 2-No trump, South made tbe perfectly correct * s a A 75 V K Q J S 5 1 3 · 1063 * 5 {Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable.) What Is the beat bidding ot this deal, in a rubber bridge game Jn which everybody is playing with an uniainillar partner? 19J9. br Kiog Featuiw Syadicitc. Inc. Hospital Club Will Meet at Higbec Home M.-. and Mrs. Klir.Kensrrith were January 25 at the l-omr of the bride, ; The Hospital Club will meet a t ' 1 30 o'clock Wednesday alternoon at { the horr.o of Mrs. Donald M. Higbfc | in West Cedar avenue The aftcinvion Slight Upswing In Beehive Ovens mum'-d at B i O i d Ford by R c \ . P T. Conway, v.ho nine was pastor of the Square Methodist Protestan Rev. M. O Mickey, pastor ol i to sewing. Th the 2ion Un.ted Brethien Church, i t 0 make lavettf's. officiating. i " l! Atterdarts u e r e Ruth Hudson l / r T I I E R A N - M issiONEJlS .,nd L \ c u t t F.nror of Lnyton Tne bndj wns graduated Pery Township High School from I The Ihe late at Hickory Chu-.c.i. They aie the pdient--- oJ six childien, live of uhoni are They aie: K. R. Kl-.ngensmith, at home: Ray C. Klingensmith, Clarksburg, W. Va.; Lee R. Kll.ngc-nsrmth, Brownsville, j TEXTILE DEMONSTRATION j i and Kenneth A. of Morgan Station,; WILL BE GIVEN AT ACME ; The time is and Mrs. Fmdley. A son, Harry L.. ; The Keslar Fncnd^hip Club of was killed at Morgan Station, De- Acme will meet Fuduy, Febru;,:y 3, cember 24, when struck by a tram. at tne home of Mrs James, M o u c i y . There Eie also 21 grandchildien The meeting i\ill begin at 9 o'clock eight great-grandchildren. Mrs. and Miss Mary Anderson of Un- lontown will give a textile demon- Beehivi; coke activity in the Con in will be given over I nellsville legion shov.-ed a slight up e women are planmns ] ward U'er.d. flun.'iR the week ended ,1 tnu.iry 28, a survey of the f-eld re \ c n l i n g -J60 o 1 . ens in blast. It was the Hist movement on th WILL PLAN FOR TEA:"P« v 'nS slncc U l C t u r n o f j t h o yo= Socte'v' whon operations continuea of Trinity Lutheran Church will hold ts monthly meeting Thursday eve- Khr.gensmith ihe former Miss Lauretta Hernngton, daughter of tne stration. l,ite Charles E. and Susan Cannon 1 Henmsrton. " I TRI-COUXTV COCNCII. The bride and brk'cgroom of fifty- i TO MEET AT CHARLEKOI right yeais ago received felicitations I The quarterly of t h e Tri- nnd best wishes of their friends, as County Council o£ the Ametican T,c- :45 o clock. Plans will be completed for the mission study tea to be held Thursday evening, February 23, at the ehuicli. The te t ) will inaugurate '-he m.ssion ^tudy ck'-^es conducted d u r i n g the L^nlcn penod b the missionary society. The quartci'y thank offering is to be turned in at the regular meeting. at -U Confluence Man Six Wesimoreiand Counfy Hoforists' License Revoked er Special to The Courier. CONFLUENCE, Jan. 30.--Dan-ell Lingenlield, a WPA woiker employed pt tlie Pennsylvania Game Reserve near here, was admitted to Frantz Hospital for treatment for an i n j u i e d GRLE.\'iBURG. Jjn. 30.--Six per- ^-ons in \Vci-tmo;nland 'county hod theii driving revoked during the week ending J a n u a r y 13, the Bureau of Safety announced in Harris- buig. Revocations included Lyals Morris of Mount Pleasant, charged with fai.urc to stop. eye. He was struck by a piece of stick while cutting brush. The doctor ^ ^ Officers were empowered to notify ' believes he will not lost the sight. He j Scott H avcn. the congressmen as follows: · was takc'i to his home a f t e r receiving ^ -treatment. Class Rehearses Play. The H. T. Class oE t.ic M. E. Church completed plans for a play, I · His A«uk Cousin," lo be given in ' i i- - Restorations include R, L. Ridc- nour of Scolldale, Joseph H. Korze. 1 . of Donegal ..nd John Maruk, Jr.. of 'We believe (hnl the Wagner Act should be amended to: "I. Give employers equal opportunity and rights with employes. Give employes protection from coercion or intimidation from any source. | The committee in 3. Provide that the Notional | tl ,t-i which w i l l be announced later. I^abor Relations Board become a [ Other Items of Interest. bureau In the Department of Labor | Charles Bird, who has been ill at to act as an investigator and prosecutor before the district courts or the U. S. A." Meversdale . the church auditorium in FebUMry. charge picked the Playfard Walters Robbed. Slugged, robbed of S50 and left unconscious .n Lhe snow on s Masontown street, Playforci Walters of Old Frame, bi other of the murder-fugitive Jeff Walters, was recovering fiom a brutal attack by three men late Friday night. Predicts Long Reign. Jack Dcmpiey said that Joe Louii his home near here, is very much imnroved. Carl Fioldholer of Somerset was a business, visitor Friday. James Baird ot Mcyeisdale was a business visitor here Thursday. Mrs. Janet McMillan has gone lo Obceola Mills where she will visit a brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Ambrose. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burn worth were business visitors in Somerset on Triuvsdry. Undergoes Operation. C. M. Bowers was admitted to the probably would remn as i Memorial Hospital in Cumberland, ooxing champ 1 on "for horne time a f t e r his e.usy knockout \ i c t u r y o \ e r John Henry LOLIIK. Dempsey i n d i - cated Lewis made a mistake in fight- nig an opponent in another class. Hospital Patients. Sa'nui'l M Miller of Noimalville, James McGgwan of Dunbar, Mrs. Ma:y Ellen Pope of !08 Haas avenue and Mrs. Goodie Sleasman of Champion have been admitted to Connclls- \ille State Hospital for treatment. Dies in Detroit. SOMERSET. Jan 30 --Walter Md., Monday for an operation. His condition at the present is good. Injured in Tall. Elliott, Beggs was a patient in Frantz Hospital where he received treatment for a cut on his head which resulted from foiling on the icy streets last week. It took four stitches to close the wound. He returned home after receiving treatment. MEYERSDALE, Jan. 30.-- Mrs. George Wahl and Mrs. George Berk were jo'nl hostesses Thursday evening at the former's home in North .strejt, %\ here they entertained members of tl'.e Bethney Bible Cass ot the Ma n Street Brethren Church. Mrs. H. T. Staub, president of the class, conducted the business meeting, after xvhich a social hour was spent and a delicious lunch was served. Twenty-four members were present. Thuisday. January 26, Miss Anna Grof, one of Meyersdale's best known and highly respected women, celebrated her birthday at her home in Meyers avenue, and in honor of the occasion she was given a surprise Wednesday evening by some of her relatives who took with them gifts and lunch which was served later in tne evening. The entertainment was social conversation and music, Miss Anna be^ng a talented musician and a teacher for a number of years. Son of Somerset Man. John W. Cable, 34, chief test pilot for the Douglas Aircraft Corporation who was killed last week in a crash over the Los Angeles, Cal., airport, was a son of Norman Cable, a native of Somerset county, who n Ke IF survived b his mother and two j Waterloo, Iowa, a number of years hka. a former icsident of Boswell, I v 'died Wcdnesctny in Dertoit, Mich, of Somerset county, who moved to V. OF F. W. AUXILIARY MEETING ANNOUNCED The Ladies Auxiliary to Walter E. ovens, that m a t k beins hit the last week of 1938. Increased activity at Allison where 34 ovons were added to make a total of 128 ui blast. MX addition./! at Mew Geneva and 10 scattered fit other plants provided the 50 that were placed in operation during the wo^k The additional stimulus to the | beehive coke trade, however, has Iniled to give independent operators cause for optimism in the immediate future. They held that there must be a sharp increase in stee\ operation? before there can be much of a demand Tor beehive coke. sisters. 'ago. chance (usually from 3S to 52). who lean sho'il loac her appeal to men, who worries nbcuL hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spoils, upset nerve* and moody spoil*. Just put more fresh air, 8 fan. nlrep and if you nerd a ici.iible "WOMAN'S" tor.'.c tafco Lydis E. Pinkhfini's Vegetable Compound, made ftpccially for women. It helps Nature build up physical resistance, thus helps giva more vjvac.ty to enjoy life and assist calm- IHE jittery ncrvrs and those disturbing symptoms that often accompany chance of life. Piakbam'a U WELL "WORTH, trying. well as a number of congratulatory ! fi' on A u x i l i M y will bcjield Wcdnc«- j Brown Post of the Veterans of For- .1 i H:iv :ii fhnrloivii 7 \ . ^ r c " T . *_ Ttn\iVim^ · ,,.,»., i'7-i,. t, mnnf ~,t 7'A^ n'nlnnl.- DELIGHTFUL MEETING HELD BY JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB The Junior Music Club, ol winch Mrs. Evelyn G i a f t Wolfed is sponsor, was delightfully entertained Friday at the home of M a t y Hannoh and Wilma Marte, Davidson avenue. The afternoon's entertainment began with a game, "musical terms" for which Bruce Shraliow received the prize. A most entertaining p,rno program was presented by the: club day at Charleroi. 7\lr c . "L. S. Rnbbms is the delegates f i o m the local unit Hoop," It Bruce was: "Roiling the Shraliow; "Spinning the Top'' and "Playing Leap Fiog," Thomai McLellan; "London Bridge" and "Waltz of the Raindrops," Donald McDnitt; "I'm Called Little But- Icitup." Wilma Martz; "Intermezzo," Jean Godfrey; "Sounds From Vienna Woods,' 1 Betty Joyce Cole; "The First Lesson," Ruth Ann Small; "The Chanot Race," Edwin McDivitt; "The Katydid," Ann Kestner; "Purity" and "Alpine Roses," Mary Hannah Martz. The cnteitainers played their numbers unusually well and for their rewui d the following received gold sla:s: Biace Shraliow, Thomas Mc- Lelian, Donald IVIcDIvitt, Wilma Martz, Jean Godfrey, Betty Joyce Cole. Ruth Ann Smaii and Edwin McDi\ itt. Musical readings were given by the following: "The Keybosrd Traffic Line," Ruth Ann Small; "Two Win or Not to Win," Mary Hannah Martz; ' "Richard and the Railroad Trains," Bruce Shraliow; "Modern Music," Thomas McLellan. A social period was devoted to two games "accidentals," for which ll'c prize was received by Mary Hannah Martz, and "notcs-rests-time," the prize being received by Jean Godfrey. A tasty iunch was seived by Mrs. .11. S. Maitz, mother o£ the hostesses. LOCAL C. D. OF A. WOMEN AT DIOCESAN CONFERENCE Mrs. C. J. FeUi. Mrs. T. B. Miller, Mrs. Milton V. Munk, Mrs. Forest Keslctr, Miss Loretta Lowney, Mrs. -lames Houck, Miss Catherine McCleary, Mrs. Margaret Falkenberg and Miss Ellen Kenny attended the fourth diocesan conference of the Catholic Daughters of America, held Sunday afternoon at the William -Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh. The meeting opened at 1:30 o'clock and at 6:30 o'clock dinner was served in the urban room. Speakers were Most Rev. W.lhdm Haley, bishop of the Serai-ion diocese, Most Rev. Hugh C. Boyle, bishop of the Pittsburgh Diocese, and Fiances Maher of, supreme icgent. ' I h n t y of ihe deigy, some of whom -sic chaplains of difteient courts, \\t-re present, as were Miss Alice | Jolly of Carnegie, State treasurer, .ir.d Miss Maude Decmcr of Scranton. State monitor. Miss Margaret McIIugh ot Umontown, State vice- sranri regent, wa c toastinastcr. Mrs. Frtie i» grand regent of Court An- nunciala, No 260, C. D. of A , of Connellsville. First M. E. Events. The lecrcftional hour for men of the First Methodist Episcopal Church scheduled for tonight at the church. The time is 7:30. The I. H N. Class i will meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday, night at the church parlor. The junior choir wiii rehearse nt 6 dO o'clock Thursday night at the church. The official board will meet at 7:30 o'clock the some night. At 7:30 o'clock Friday night, the Boy Scouts, Troop 5, will meet at the church. eign \Vai.s will moet at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday evening at the V. ot F. W. Home, South Pittsburg" street. Marriate Announced. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Viola M. Yowler, daughter of Mr. and lUrs. George D. Vow- Inr of Brownflcld, and James E. Bain- hart, pon of M i . and Mrs. Barnhart of Palmer, Tuesday, January 17. Rev. C. C. Sollemberger, pastor of the Church of the Brethren of Union- Hurt When Uorsc Falls. Kcivn n d Cole, 19, of Lcisenring No. 1, "-uflt'.od :ri injury !o his left ankle ' A h t u a horse he was udmg fell and t ' light the IPR under it at about 5 o'clock S.iUirday afternoon He was treated at the Hospital. town, officiated, side at Palmer. The couple will re- Christian Women to Meet. The Women s Missionary Society of the First Christian Chuich w meet at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon j Banquet for U. B. Church Officers. A banquet will be held at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening for teachers, ..,11 cluss officers, departmental officers , nn i and genera! officers of the United at the home o£ Mrs.'TT. Mclvin Grey, East Crawford avenue. With Mrs. H. W. McKobbie. Mrs. Henry W. McRobbie will entertain the Silver Thimble Club at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at iier home in Sr.ydei street. Brethren Sunday Church Bible School, as well as member of the Board of Christian Education and directors The affair will be held at the church. Srotidalc Man Let Out. Arthur D. Kennedy of Scottdale, a senior claim inspector of the Department of Labor Industry, has been dism.sscd, it was announced at Harrisburg. Hi's salary -was $1,020. Preservers Patronize Home Merchants. Who advertise in The Daily Courier on the plalcs keeps the psj-jur free from finger marks. a square of CeUo wallpaper around lijfftt Kui'ch plalcs Licensed to Marrj. A'age licence was issued at G.eer.-bU!c to Andrew G. Congo of (," -trri-ouig and Veronica Mm?enko ol Maun: Pleasant. Definitely New! Pervel Cellaprintz Draperies Of amazing new cellulose material. Dust and dirt merely lie on the surface -- just wipe them off with damp cloth! pr. January Sale of Savings to Make You Hustle Here at Once! $59.50 to $95.00 RUGS K x l i Euirh SPECIAL High quality WILTONS, figured TWIST WEAVES, AMERICAN ORIENTALS! Outstanding patterns and qualities at a ridiculous price! Don't miss this opportunity. BUY 01V OUR EASY PAY PlAX! January 30, 1939. SAVE THE MOST ON THE BEST Corner North Pittsburg and Peach Streets, and 117 West Crawford Avenue Prices On f Crescent Cooked Ready to Serve Whole or ]J1_ Shand Half *W» CHOPS FRESHLY GROUND LEAN BEEF Center Cuts FRESH LAMB BREAST to Stew Sugar Cured Lean Bacon li Smoked Picnic Shoulders Ib. 15c 2 !bs. 1 5c Boiled Ham or Picnics %-lii. 10c Fancy Fish Fillets Juicy Jamaica Fresh Washed Root Vegetables or Parsnips 3 ibs Crisp Tender Green Pascal Celery Fresh Crisp Iceberg Lettuce 2 Large Fancy Cooking Onions 10 large stalk solid ·§ heads I Ih. butr lOc 29c Heinz Cream Soups medium can 12c Heinz Cucumber Pickles large jar 19c Heinz Tomato Ketchup, 3-14-oz.bots.50c i ! H Reenlar $5.!,". SPKCIAL ,0x12 heavy quality, enameled and lacquer finished rugs. Tile and floral patterns. Chase Sanborn Coffee Ib. 22c FineQualityTaWe Salt, 3-1 V 2 lb.pkgs.10; California Seedless Raisins 2 ibs. 15c Fancy Evaporated Peacnes 2 ibs. 25c Tomatoes or Green Beans No. 2 can 5c Pancake orBuckwheatFlour,20-oz pkg.5c Karo Fancy Table Syrup, No. 1 y 2 can '11 c 10 tall cans 54c Peach or Apricot Nectar 3 tall cans 25c Phillip's Tomato Juice, 4-20-oz.eans 25c Nola Brand Peanut Butter Ib.'jarlSc Mother's Rolled Oats lp.pkg.17c Hurff's Cooked Spaghetti tad can 5c Octagon Laundry Soap, 10 giant hars 36c Ivory Soap, medium size 10bars47c

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