The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1939 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 31, 1939
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PAGE TWO. TTTE DATL" COTTRTETt. CnNNEU,SVTT.,LE. PA TUESDAY. JANUARY 31, 193'.'. Junior Culture Club I Will Give Casserole Dinner February 7 By LYNNE B. KINCGLL A\embers of Junior Mozart Club Present Program at Meeting of Senior Musicians The Janioi Culture Club will guc a cassetole dinner U ij 3D o'clock Tuesday evening, February 7, at the club rooms at the Crrnegie Tree Li- bitn-y. Heseivat'ons aie to be made as soon as possible with Mrs. JarnCb R. Lewcllen, telephone 4108-R-3, or Miss* Josephine Hairy, telephone 701. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" Bombing Suspects Bar Association Will Get Hearings Dinner February 25 An ."vcel!i.nt pio^iam, picbentccl b membets of Hie Junior Mozart Club, of v. Inch Mrs. Carl T. Anstmc 'S advisor, fcatuicd n meeting uf the Vczntl Miiiic Club, held Monday nis it at the home of Miss Pearl Ketk in East Fan-view avenue. The junior dub v, jb gnast o£ the senior rnusic- ijiib and the entire program, an- nourced by ]Yh-? Anstme. was well . eecucd It was. Vichn ensemble, "Country Gardens," Percy Granger, and "Londonderry Air," J. S. Zamtcnik, Don C. Fosbelrnan, Jr . Charles Robinson, Err.ersor. Camp, James Hostetler, Martin Strawn and Robert Stefl. Dcimar Christy played the piano accompaniment. Two pianos, "Trepak," and "Flower Wait?," Bayonne Dunkle and Marjor:e Hay. Piano «olo, "Sweet Briar Waltz," Woodward, and "Dance: ot the Gnomes," Schoytt, Ruth Collinson. Two pumos, "Andante," Chamm- ade, Dorib Landvmoic and Phyllis JroGill. Piano solo. · Mjlaguena," Lccuona, Lois Ramsey. Two pianos, W.CT.U.District Institute to Be Held At Mount Pleasant "Invitation to the Dance," Kathleen Barnes and Mar- lorie Hay. A district institute ol the Woman's Christian Tcmpeiance Union will be held Wednesday, February 8, at the Methodist Church at Mount Pledsant. The morning session will begin at 10 30 A. -M. There will also be an afternoon meeting. Unions at Alverton, Donegal !own- sh.p, Mount Pleasant, Scottdale, Tair, and RufTsdale comprise the; Westmoreland county district W. C. T. U. The public is invited to the institute. AH W. C. T. U. members of the entire district are urged to attend and brjng a large delegation of fjuests "The future of our Nat'on | is in the hands, ot the W. C. T. U.," i the notice reads.. Each union of th disti let will contribute something to the institute program, which will be interesting, entertaining and instructive. I GREENWOOD AID SOCIETY WILL MEET THURSDAY T1,L Ladies Aid SOL.ety of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church Will meet at 7:3G o'clock Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. W. E Ktlly, South Ninth street, Greenwood. Plans will be made for the fiicmen's n.uiual banquet to be held Tuesday night, February 21, at the sotial room ot the church. The Mcctiuc Announced, icsular meeting of the Lee JUST DON'T DO IT WITH A NEW PARTNER opposite you, judgment is at a premium to prevent misunderstandings which can cost hundreds of points. If you contemplate making some bid which may be Interpreted in any one of several different ways, don't do it unless you have a line on which interpretation he will place upon it. This is/most emphatically true of original suit bida oi three, which arc used In a wide vanety of different ways by tfoc3 players. With a hand calling f r your kind of favorit n three bid, don't make it. Pass, unless there la some other bid possible which your partner can undei stand. £tla Lodge No. 515, Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will be held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in the Y. M. C. A With Mrs. A. W. Kerns. Mrs. A. W, Kerns will entertain the Thursday Afternoon Sewing Circle Thursday afternoon at her home in South Eighth street, Greenwood Piano solo, "Grande Poika rie Con- SUCCESSFUL PARTY GIVEN Marki 87th Birthday. Mis. Mai-y Kobbms celebrated her eighth-seventh birthday Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs J. F. Maize, of Crucible. BY FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY Despite the unfa\ T onib!e wedther :ert;' BarUett, Faye Strickler. Violin ensemble, "Serenade," and 'Allegro," Mozart. At the close of the program lunch | Monday night by the "Ladies Auxi- was served with appointments in ' liary :o the Soutli Couinellsvillc keeping with the Valentine season. I Volunteer File Department was well the weekly card and bingo party held Tne committee comprised, Miss Keck, Miss Yolandti J, Fasola, Miss Virginia B. Graham, Mrs. Thelma Christy Smith and Miss Mattha G. Driscoll Miss Dorothy Mathias, a guest, assisted. The next mooting will tie Monday, February, G at the club rooms with Mrs. Smith in charge of the program. attended. Tables were arranged in the firemen's rooms and after the games prizes were received by the following: Five hundred--high, Miss Catherine Dye; second, Miss Mary Traficanty; third. Mrs. William held! Smitn : bingo--high, Mrs. Roy Jaynes; Fine Program Planned For B. P. W. Meeting The International relations committee ha.? planned a fine program for the regular meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club to be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the We.^t Penn Model Home. Speakers will be W. G. Davis, superintendent of schools, and Dr. F. E. Grossman, resident physician at the Hospital. Mrs. Ray Miu-tz of Scott' dale will be the soloist second, Miss Lorraine Fowler; third, Mrs. Robert Knepper; special bingo --Miss Ida Walk, Mrs. Barbara McCreary and Mrs. J. W. Watson; door --Miss Loramne Fowler, Mrs. Rose Lfngenf.cld. A dainty lunch supplemented the games. Will Meet Tonierht. The C. H. B. Club will meet lo- nUht at the home of Gertrude M'ller in Baldwin avenue. Brotherhood Dinner On Wednesday Evening At Christian Church (Dealer: South. Bast-West vulnerable.) Hero South, playing In a rubber game with a new partner, found hliMdt with just the kind of hold- Ing on which ho likes to bid three of his long auit--a worthless hand defensively, but ono which promises to go down about threo tricks If he tads his partner unable, to help. If the sutt were one card longer, fte would bid 4-Hearta en it- So South started with 3-Hearta. West passed. North, expecting his partner to have a pretty good hajid with about an honor trie'* or so on the side, bid 3-No trump. East passed and South, willing to take not-vulnerable puru'ihment If not doubled, parsed aK'o. West, who knew South'a kind of three bid, was pleased to double th*g. South then felt ho had to take It out into 4- arts, which West doubled. eetns a vulnerable game probably lost. East now had the temerity to back m with 4-Spades, which North doubled. Scared to death now, South took it out to 6-Hearts, which West doubled. This was set five tricks, worth 900 points to East antl West, who could have made only an ordinary spada game, plus possibly one overtrick. Tomorrow's Problem A 9 7 5 4 A Q 10 6 3 6 4 2 A Q 6 V 0 0 3 « K 9 8 i * J id a 7 (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable.) Against a lead of the heart J, how should South play for a no trump game?. UNIONTOWN. Jan. 31.--Charged with blackmail anc bombing m con- ncct.'ri v-ith the blasting of the Holy Trinity lloman Catnolic Church at New Salem and its pastor, Rev. Alex 3ankevich, two brothers, Andrew nd M'cliael Krevinko, arrested last veek by State Trooper Charles A Woftatt were to be given hearings his afternoor) befoie a New Salem .quire. t 19)9, by Kicfi Featulu Syndicate, tc. Sherriff Who Refused to Hang /V\an Second Time in 1884 Dies UNIONTOWN, Jan. 31.--Fayelk County Bur Association will hold Hi annual boriolict Saturday afternoon and evening] Fcbruaiy 25, in Uniontown Countiy Club, it was announced today by Attorney David E. Bane, pres.dert of the lawyers group. John B. Brooks ot Erie, former president of the Pennsylvania State Bar Association, will be principal speaker. By Un.led Frew. WASHINGTON, Jan 31.--T. O. Magee, former Mississippi sherift* J who refused to hang £1 second time not included in Purvis' curse, outlived him three and one half months Magee led Purvis to the gallows in 188-1, placed the nooj-e about his A brotherhood dinner be pe-vcd at the Christian Church--in the gymnasium--Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock as a part of a movement of Christian churches throughout the land at the same tune. The dinner will be of the covered-dibh type. Each person attending is asked a man who survived the fzrst attempt, | neck and sprang the trap. But when died hoi e today r.ftcr outliving the the doctors examined the man to pronounce him dead, he was alive. The knot hnci slipped. Mage*' refused to hantf him a sec- prophecy of the man who escaped death. Masee v-as sheriff in Columbia, Miss , en 1884 ivhe.i Will Purvis was i ond time and Purvis' sentence was convicted of murder. Purvis, sen- j commuted to life imprisonment. Twenty-seven years later Purvis was gintUed an unconditional pardon tenced to hang, made a dramatic plea } to the jury professing his innocence | and concluding with this challenge: when the icnl murderer confessed the "Everyone of you \vill die before ' crime TURKEY DINNER IS GIVEN IN HONOR OF R. G. McGEE R. G. McGee, well-known resident of Uniontown, was fated with a turkey dinner Sundoy at his home m honor of his seventy-sixth biith- day. The table was, centered with a to hi ing plate and silver, also bread 11 do!" and butter. Everything else will be [ That prophecy was fulfilled so far D. D. D. CLUB COMPLETES PLANS FOR 14TH BANQUET The D. D. D. Club met Friday night with Mts. Fred Soisson at her home in First street, South Connellsville. Twelve members and two guests, Mrs. George · Soisson and Miss Thelma Lowery, were present. Plans were completed for the club's fourteenth annual banquet, to be held Saturday evening, February 25, at Stader's farm in McCoy Hollow. Later in the evening cards were enjoyed with high puze and draw prize going to Mrs. John Lowery. The hostess served a dainty lunch, assisted by her daughter, Blanche large birthday-cuke,- bearing candle representative or, -Die one last quarter of "i centurjC Places were laid for Mr. and Mrs. McGee, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. McGee and uu'ldren, Freddy, Jimmy, Dorothy and Cerma, and Jane Stau;7er oL Scottdalc, Mr. and Mrs. D H. McGcc, Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Croston and daughter, Jacqueline, of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McGee and son, H. C., Jr.. of Uniontown and James Smiley of Fairchance, furnished. The pastor, Rev. Meinll L. Cadwell, asks Jhnt all be there in time to be sci ved at 6'30, so that a special radio broadcast arranged as a feature of the day may be tuned in at 6:45 o'clock. Rev. Robert Early, pastor of thr Cl'ristinn Church at Point Mario*', and Mrs. Early will be iruests. T-Dahl children of this c'ty will pn- musical numbers. The official board will meet following the festivities. as the jury was concerned, the List juror dying October 13, 1938, four days before Purvis succumbed. But Magce, who had contended he was Baptist Business Meeting. The quarteily business meeting of the First Baptist Church will be held after the regular Wednesday night. prayer service. SPOTTO'S Continue Their Sensational!·»«·· ROLLS SALE! FOR the 1'riec of WALL PftlER Will until Spring? Save % and more now. Thousands of rolls must go out to make room for new stoc llepulnr fie 2 JIOLLS Keimlur 12c ·2 ROJVT.S Buy One Roll-Get One Roll FREE! C DC Uegulnr 2ic 2BOI.LS..... ............. ... Regular 51c 2 BOILS ...................... Room Lots 10 Wall--30 yfls. Border--6 Celling ?1.27 Sold ivith matching liordcr?. ~~ ENAMEL ~~ Washable--l-lir. Dryinir / 2 go!., $1.27 S5IERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS FREE! Broom with order of $2.50 or more One to a Customer HOOFING PAPER 813 West Crmvford SPOTIO! Just I'll one 93 St, George Knights Elect At Scottdale FORWARD CLASS TO GIVE TURKEY DINNER FEB. H The committee appointed by the Officers were elected Sunday nf- i tcrnoon at the quarterly meeting of president, Mrs. Erneit' Mistlcbauer, to ! t h e Catholic Knights of St. Geoige form plans lor a turkey dinner lor 1 " £ the Fay-West Penn District in St. members ol the Forwaid Clnss ot the' Greenwood Methodist. Episcopal Church, met Monday Jiight at the Here are the Clothes that are the Most Popular for that Important Occasion--Senior Color Day, Feb. 9 John's School Hall at Scottdaic. The staff follows. Chairman, Charles Henry. La- i home ol Mrs. Melvin Arn, 1005 Mor- i trobe. The club will meet Friday, Febru- I rell avenue, Greenwooxl. . I Vice-chairman. Henry A. Doerficr, ary 10, at the home pi Mrs. Paul Soisson, South PiUsburg street, South Connellsville. CIVIC CHORAL, SOCIETY TO REHEARSE WEDNESDAY The Civic Choral Society will meet for regular rehearsal at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of the dhector, Miss Helen Keil, 1119 Race street. The society is rehearsing earnestly for its program (o be presented at the Orpheum Theatre, Wednesday evening, February's, at the 9'o'clock performance. -U. B. MISSIONEKS PLAN ' .;_ ANNUAL THANK OFFERING The Woman's Misisonary Society - of the First United Brethren Church will meet at 7:45 o'clock Friday night at the church. This is the annual thank-offering meeting. Mrs. II. C. Shippy is the" leader, The theme is "Thy Kingdom Come.'-' The dinner will be served Tuesday night, February 14, at Mrs. Arn's home and members are asked lo note the change in time. Those planning to attend arc also asked to notify any member -of -the following committee: Mrs. Arn, chairman, Mrs. J. W. Raud- Connellsville. Rceoider, H. W. Schildkamp, Scottdale. Treasurer, John W. Demangove. Marshal, John Noonan. Trustees, Charles Haggerty, Edward Kuhn, William Johnston, An-, Mrs. Ray EUenbergcr, Mrs. J. | thony DeMaro and Michael Zeola. L. Cypher, Mrs. S. J. Witt and Mrs. Mistlebauer. Birthday Party. Mrs. James Whetsel entertained Saturday evening at her home at Upper Middletown in honor oE the birthday of her son, Edward "Whetsel, of Uniontown. Among the oue-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Morgan, Hattie Lou Townsend ol Shady Grove and Mrs. Earl Moyer oC Dunbar. PHILATHEA CLASS TO MEET IVITH FRANCES MARIETTA The Philathea Class ot the First -Baptist Church will meet Thursday "evening at the home of Miss Frances Marietta, 404 Wills road. The meeting will be in '.he form of a hat social and each member may bring a guest. First U. B. Events. ·The'Boy Scouts will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the church, A meeting of the official board will be held at the close of the regular piayer service Wednesday night. The children's choir will meet for rehearsal at 6 o'clock Wednesday night at the church:" Missionary Society lo Meet. The Women's Misisonary Society of the First Presbyterian Church will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the J. L. Proudftt Class room of the church. Mrs.- D. · E. Trehcr will have charge of the "devotions and P;!rs. J. Clyde Whiteley o£ the In.piv-.i-y program. The business meeting will be in charge of'Mrs. M. J, Cummings. The study book, "The American City and Its Church," will be- reviewed by Miss Ida Wolfe. Licensed to Marry. Harry Erxjest Williams and Gertrude Ruby Welsh of Mill Run, Kenneth Daniels of Mill Run and Dorothy F. Leonard of Ohiopyle and Frank Matulas of Indiana and Huth Amedia Spaw of Farmington were licensed to wed at Uniontown. Licensed at Greensburg. : A marriage license was issued st Greensburg to Clarence A. Gearhart of Mount Pleasant and Anna M. Bailey ol Leisenring. The next district meeting will be held Sunday, April 30, at Latrobe. After the business session, lunch w?s served in the social hall. Locale Young Girl In New York Cily UNIONTOWN, Jan. 31.--Held in N:w York by the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 14- yeai-old Ruby Gearhart, who one week ago started out to make her own way in the world, will be returned to her home here at the expense ot a brother, according to Helen Reagan, woman probation officer. The girl was picked up after she fled from here. She was said to have told officers that she had obtained employment as a domestic in New York. CARD PARTY Tonight 8 O'clock Holy Trinity School Jildg., West Side. "500" and Other Games Admission 85c Lottie A. Bradley Class. The monthly meeting ot tho Lottie A. Bradley Class of the South Connellsville Evangelical Church will be held nt 7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Ralph Bluebaugh, Ilyndmnn Mreet. South Conncllsvitle With Sirs. VT. II. Deuu. The TVestmiiter Class of the Firit Presbyterian Church ivill meet at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of Mis. W. Howard Dean in Sycamore street. Miss Kalhortne j r-oudfit i? ro-hoptc^?. THE CIVIC CHORAL SOCIETY OF CONNELLSVILLE-PRESENTS A n Production Orpheum Theatre, Feb. 7-8-9 Tickets may he purchased from Ono ml Society members or irom th«so drug stores: A. A. Clarke's-- Keagy's-- Laughrey's Hand Knit Sweaters they're simply adorable! Kveryone goes for these soft, deverly k n i t sweaters. Brief and waist-hugging . . . i n lovely light shades. Jelly Bean Sweaters Slipons and btilton front, in lucious jelly bean colors Skirts for Color Day and All Spring! $1.98, $2.98, $3-98 In all the new colors and styles. Pleated - all - around, (lares, cluster pleats. Wool flannels, and wool crepes. In navy, new light shades and plaids. They Match! Sweaters .$2.98 Cardigan $3.98 Glorious new light hues that match each other and also the $3.9S skirts. A matched outfit -would be perfect for Color Day! The first Viig event of your Senior year . . . Color Day! Knke tills (lay one that will 'ic loua; remembered by looking ymr very best. We've dros.seil ^o many Senior's for so many years that we know just what you want--so come to Troutman's first. Color Disy Shirts for fellows. Slips srs, will lie raonogrammcd WEAR MONOGRAMMED APPAREL! F R E E ! Choose your Color Day Dress from these at Sport a n d semi - s p o r t dresses -- just the type that looks the smartest for Color Day. Navy, rose, aqua, Powder, p r i n t s , polka dots. Colors that*, do the most for you. Getjp a high fashion mark in your selection--\voar it all Spring. $ 5.95 7.95 Rayon Satin Slips MONOGRAMMED FREE $1.00 Lovely Sheer Chiffon Hose - 69c Good Looking New Woof Plaid ^j?. 1 ^ . . . for Color Day Check Sport Jackets *. «« *« ,·« i»*» fto $8.U// ^l-'*' tao:*ifciP New Spring Blouses fresl, sparkling crepes In a dainty frilly style--and tail- i\ ored style so escellnt for mono- grammmg free! New shades. Gay Colored Velvet Ribbon for the hair - 1 5c yd. Monogrammed Free! All fine shirts--you'll be mighty proud o£ them! Whites, fancies. Ties- 65c Interwoven Socks - 35c

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