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January 20, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLIyB, PA THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,103S." By LYNNE B. KIKCELL 'A. F. Greene, East Huntingdon School Head, and Wife Feted at Country Club ' Arthur F. Greene, supervising principal of the East Huntingdon township schools, and Mrs. Greene, who were recently married, were pleasantly feted Wednesday evening at a dinner and reception at Pleasant Valley Country Club. - Covers -were laid for sixty-flvc, among guests being members of the toard of education, their wives, the faculty, bus drivers and superintend- 'ents of buildings. Following a sumptuous repast of chicken, there was 'a program of speaking with Andrew Carnacfc _5.erving in the role of toastmaster. Then followed bingo, five hundred, bridge^andtdancing -with-music j being iurnishcd-by. Jie EastrHuntmg; don Orchestra, -Guests included four; school directors, John_Kr FoxrJVice- PresldentnBay juier, IU M, Thorn and:Xawr3ice~Taylorr~Three_Wera unable-to attend, two being "111" Tit Firemen's Auxiliary Gives Annual Banquet At Crawford Tea Room , Beautiful in every detail was the annual banquet of Ladle' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company, held Tuesday night at Crawford Tea Room, South Pittsburg street The dcliclously prepared menu consisted of the many food things accompanying a real roast chicken repast At either end oMhcJtgble-wcre tall red tapers in ':ai~holdcrs.-~Nasturtiums formed thelpnhbmes.-- A coffee Cable that had bcen~pre- parecPto resemble "a "Jlghting-bull- dog.iUrepresentlng the spirit of_thc " . lownahjp -school football presented" to Mr. "arid-Mrs. Greene. Talks were made , by _CKarles" -F. Maxwell,- " supei'intendent-- _-p£ ~ ;the Westmoreland county schools; John S. EUlott,:£assistant superintendent; the -four, members of,, the _board of education; -- William Davis,-_blgb the--attractive-centerpiece-"^ Favors wercjjpink _and green bask'ets filled with^candy.^.Places Were_^laid for thirty-four members. ^r -- After -the__baneiuet members as- scmbled-in--thcrHving-TOom where several, delightful hours were spent at cards and- bingo.--Prizes were awarded to .the following Five hundred--high," Mrs. r.Clarcnce Davidson and" Mrs. OlJvcr'Shupley; bingo--hlgrcr^Mrs. William. Smith: second, Mrs-Carry Black; special bingo--Mrs.~Joseph Silslcy; door- Mrs. PauLQcBolL -_ r ,Mrs Ambrose Soisson was general chairman of the, banqucfcand not in Tccentsears. lias the auxiliary held n .more, delightful social-event: Ruby :Cojjnacherr:danghtcr.ot-JMrs: Catherine" Connacher,_ot_Tylcrtowji; ClcarfleloVrcounty., was: lormcrbCra member''ol th£~faeuUy::ln:rCoaper township Iwherc Mr, ~ been located as. supen pal. -MrTTGrecne'last Julyrbecamtt East 'Huntingdon township supervising principal to succeed Horsch who went to West Mr, and Mrs. Greene wera-uhited In marriage on Friday, November 28, 1937, lit Cumberland, Md^Tby Rev,. Isenberger, jxistor of the" First Presbyterian Church - there^-T- They are making--their- home""ai~~6i2 Market street, ScoUdule.-j^^"TM; IJEE KTTA IXDGj£LANS '~~-FOR MEMBERSHIP CONTEST ' Lee Etta Lodge. No. 513,~ Ladles' Auxiliary'to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, met Wednesday evening at the" Baltimore" Si'OhJo M. C. A. During the business meeting MrfC Helen Conner was intsolled as inner~guard. A"contest to'iccurc new~members was planned, --- ~ Alter the business meeting bingo was played. Prizes_ were won by Mrs. Blanche Lowery, f Mrs,^ Alma Lowery and Mrs. Clara "Witt." Junior Auxiliary Meets, A well attended meeting of the Junior' American Legion Auxullary was held Tuesday night at the Legion Home with Audrey Percy, president. In charge.. Routine business was transacted.' A special meeting will be held next ruesday night Mothers! In treating your family** cold*, or take needless chance*... use PROVED BY 2 G E N E R A T I O N S . Dunbar Women Read Splendid Papers At D. A. R. Meeting Massachusetts, the sixth stale to 'allfy the Constitution in February i, 1788, was the theme of the program presented Wednesday after- loon at the January meeting of 'hillp Freeman Chapter" of the daughters of American Revolution, rtrs. Elva T. Burhans and Mrs. Milton D. Williams, both of Dunbar, verc leaders and each read a splendid paper on the subject. Mrs. Burhans' paper was interspersed with beautiful poems. The meeting, was held ot the chap- .er's room at the Carnegie Free Li- srary and Mrs. 'B. J. Hooper, regent, was in charge of the business session at which Mrs. Robert M. Leibergcr and MrsrR. S. Cooper were chosen delegates to the annual Continental Congress to be held in Apirl in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Hoopei will attend by virtue of her office. Plans KING'S DAUGHTERS REELECT . _ .MRS. C. C. MITCHELL HEAD Largely- attended and exceptionally interesting was the January meeting of the Kind's Daughters Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church, held Tuesday" night at the home of the president. Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell in East Green street. Mrs. Mitchell presided and during tho business session-*was reelectcd..president. Other officers _.rcelccted arc' Vice-president, Mrs.rKart K. .Kramer, secretary, Mrs._Ernest R. Koooser, treasurer, Mrs. W. C"Mlchacl._~ Mrs Mttchcll~nppointed Mrs Edward Baer, Mrs/ C. Roy Hetzel and Mrs. J. L.- Moorman n-comlmttee to have charges of: flowers for the altar during the "jear, and Mrs J.' B, Marietta T nnd Mrs. \MIchaoI a com- jnittcc'to care for'the altar cloths during "the year. *~ , A program was given as follows .ReadingMrs. J. B'Marietta; Mrs J. D. Fox, Mn^W. W. Cunningham and- Mlss~Mrrry-3rJckmim; poems Mrs. C. Roy^HctzctandaJrs. Harold Roth. Refreshments were served by committee consisting of Mrs. A. J McMullcn, Mrs. Roth, Mrs. D. K Artman and Miss Pearl Keck. MEYERSDALE WOMAN'S GRANDDAUGHTER TO WED Announcement Is made of the engagement of Miss Anna Grace Koontz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W C. Koontz of Gary, Ind, and Robcr T. Carr, son of Mrs Sara Carr, also of Gary. The bride-elect is granddaughter of Mrs. Anna Hady of Mcyersdale. Her mother will bo remembered as Miss Zlla Hndy o; Meyersdale. ~- " " _ D. D. D. Club to Meet. , The D^Dv D. Club will meet FIT day evening at the home of Mrs Pnu DoBolt in Hampton avenue, Soutl Connellsville. Gives worc'discusscd for Birthday tea. a Washington's GEORGE w. MCLAUGHLIN, FORMER VANDERBILT MAN, MARRIED AT ALIQUIFPA Before an altar banked with palms and ferns. Miss Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of Mrs. G, H. Johnson of Aliqulppa, became the bride of George Willard McLaughltn, son ot Mr. and Mrs. L, E. McLaughlin of Vanderbilt, Wednesday evening, January 12. The ceremony was solemnized at the Chrllsian and Missionary Alliance Gospel Tabernacle ut Aliqulppa with Rev, O. H. Sitt officiating. ' Tho bride was attired in n forest green two-piece suit with brown accessories. Mrs C. A. Yost was the bride's only attendant. Ralph Rohm of Vandcrbilt served as the bridegroom's best man. Miss Mary Jane Stitt sang "Make Me a Blessing" and Weldon Blackford of Ambrldgc played the wedding march. The bride is a clerk In the office of tho United Iron and St«el Workers at Aliqulppa, while the bridegroom is nn employe of the Jones Laughlm Steel Corporation. Guests at the wedding included Mrs. L. B. McLaughlin, Mrs. J. L. McLaughlin, Misses Theola nnd Mildred McLauchlln, Olan McLaughlin and Mrs. Ethel Fairchlld, all of Vandcrbilt. A reception for the newlywcds was held last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry McLaughlin and Mr. and Mrs Robert McLaughlin, 1G1S McMinn strccl, Aliqulppa. ELIZABETH IIAZEN'S. VIOLIN PUPILS TO GIVE RECITAL A recital will be given Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by the Uniontown and Pcrryopolls students ot Elizabeth Stevens Hazen, at the Parish House of St Peter's EpLco- pal Church, Uniontown. Lorratn Lint, Edmund Evcy, Robert Lint. Vera Johnson and Frances Knox are the Pcrryopolls students. Mrs. H- A. Blair, also of Perryopolix, will be an accompanist. Guests on tho program will be Miss M. Lois Bcnford, Joseph Rulll and Betty Jordan and Charles Robinson of this city, who will play duets Joseph Rulll will also play a violin solo. Mum Virginia Graham will be · accompanist. Friends and relatives of the pupils arc Invited to attend. A record breaking crowd attended the initial performance of the Polka Dot Social Club, under the auspices of the American Stores Company of Fuyelte County, Wednesday evening. Jim Fujla, president of the club, was the Instigator of the brilliant affair. *. The complete program of entertainment was cleverly arranged by Babe Lepcra, who with his Kiddie Klub Revue, composed of members of his dancing school, brought forth a round of applause. ' Little Biddic Freed, Dons Filburn, Jean Staines, Marion Miller, Lois Tujia, Gloria Caruso, Marie Car- mgola, Dlan Morcll, Charlotte Pcr- rine, Dolly Novens, Olive Hclstcr, ind Eileen Prltchard, billed as the 'Ki-Hattcrs," presented fait moving professionally styled tap routines and made a big hit with the audience. The rope skippers, Elizabeth Rcn- gcl, Cecelia Boris, Vivian Colhoun md Mary Lou Secsc, entertained vith novel rope jumping. Dian Morcll, "the pocket edition of Sophia Tucker," responded to two icores A highlight of the evening was a song and dance number by the CEREMONY, WITH ONLY MALE WITNESSES, GIVES NILE MOS'T BEAUTIFUL QUEEN rhythms steppers, Lucille and Ella Holyamn. Jean Mock, who gave an impersonation of Eleanor Powell, was well received. The Unholy Three, a trio conslst- rg of Joe Donnadlo, James Pujia and George Silvers gave a rendition ot ho old Italian ballad, "Oh Maria." Later in the. evening John Kifcrlc, violinist, and his orchestra furnished Ine music for dancing. A delicious Dutch lunch was served All ptcscnt report a fine time Among tho guests. were M. Clark, A Federcr, J. Repp, S Brobncr, B Chasnaw, A J. Price and L Martin, all superintendents, of Johnstown, and J J. Stavolsky, gi-neral superintendent, of Grccnsburg J. S. CLUB ENTERTAINED AT SAUERKRAUT SUPPER A 6 'clock sauerkraut supper was a feature of a delightful meeting of the J. S. Club nt which Mrs. J. H. Shipley was hostess Saturday night at her home at South Connpllsvillc Plicei were laid for ten Later in the evening bingo was played. Mrs. George Snyder icccivcd high prize, Mrs David Cook, second and Mrs. Howard Adam*, third Mn Snyder was also awarded the special prize. Mrs Charles Bates was n gticst. ROYAL CIRCLK CLASS WILL MEET AT CHURCH The Royal Circle Bible Class of the First United Brethren Church will meet Friday night at the class room at the church instead of the homo ot Mr«. Ira Flether, -who is ill, ABOUT A -WE'RE IH A HURRY TO GET TO COOKIN SCHOOL. By P. S TAYLOR United Press Staff Correspondent. CAIRO, Egypt, Jan. 20 --Forouk I, youthful monarch of 16,000,000 Egyptians, signed his name to a wedding contract today in a "bridelcss 1 ceremony which , gave the Nile its versity, presided, "moit beautiful queen since Cleopatra " daughter in the presence of male witnesses, including members of the royal family, 40 princes, cabinet ministers, court dignitaries and the sheikhs of (Alazhar University Sheikh el Mardghl, rector of the uni- The ancient Mohammedan ritual xcludlng all women from the ceremony, even the bride--the lovely 17-year-old Sarlnaz Zulflcar--was held in the drawing room of Koub- bch Palace, the first wedding of a ·cigning king of Egypt since the Pharaohs. Young F.irouk, who will be 18 on February 11, signed his name to the vcdding parchment at 11 A. M. (5 A. M EST) A moment later a white Hag was unfurled atop the palace and the cannon ot the Cairo garrison roared a royal salute. It told the thousands of Egyptians who crowded Into Cairo, others who wore unable to make the trip and the wandering nomads of the desert the news they were waiting to hear. Egypt, under the country's year- old constitution, will have the first independent sovereigns in four centuries. \ The bride's father, Youssef Zulfl- car Pasha, signed the contract for his COUNTY Y. T. C. TO HOLD CONFERENCE AT UNIONTOWN Connellsville, Laurel Hill, Elllotts- ville and Masontown will join with the Youth's Temperance Council of Uniontown in a countywidc Y. T. C. conference to be held Tuesday evening, January 25, nt 7-45 o'clock at tho auditorium of the West Pcnn Terminal at Uniontown. Rev Lcroy F. Caitor, pastor of the Uniontown Central Chi Mian Church, will be the prlncip il speaker of the evening. Surprise for New I) weds. Mr and Mrr Clnrlcb E. Baker ot Uniontown, who were married in this city on Siturday, January 8, were honor guests at a surprise shower at the Keystone Firemen's Club, Butteimllk Lane, near Uniontown About 150 guests were present. The party was ghcn by the Farouk's "best man" handed the bride's father an envelope containing the dowry, the amount of which was not disclosed but which was understood to be an enormous sum. Then, after praying to Allah, the king's representative shook hand;, with the father and the "pope of IMam" covered their clasped hands with a silk handkerchief. "I betroth to you my daughter, Fanda," intoned Zulflcar Pasha, "for a dowry of shillings' sum for his bndo in event of a divorce, he provided a feast for all the poor and entertained the thousands of his subjects. Ten tons of mutton were delivered to those 1 who came to Cairo. J The weddmg was the signal for wild cclebialions throughout Egypt and did j tnuch toward alleviating political tension which has characterized the youn« monarch's reign since he come I to the throne on April 28, 1930. PERRY FIREMEN DINE TONIGHTS Farouk nodded his head in acquiescence and the wedding parchment was signed. The sheikhs rccIUd the "fatlma" and the ceremony was concluded Sarinaz, her mother and sisters and ' the princesses of the court, awaited! in an adjoining room. At its con-I elusion the queen put on her "yash- l mak," or veil, for the first time and went to her home for the triumphant j drive to the palace In Egyptian, sarlnaz means "grace, pure and very beautiful," but Farouk Covcis will be laid for approximately 150 persons for tonight's annual banquet of tho Perry Township Fire Department in the dmingroom of the Pcrryopolis Methodist Episcopal Church. , The turkey dinner will be served by the Ladles' Aid Society. Wives and r friends of the firemen will attend the affair. An interesting program has been prepaicd The February meeting will be held ' Uniontown brunch of the Seven at the home of Mrs. James E Schcll at South Connellsville. KEYSTONE CLUB GIVES SUCCESSFUL BENEFIT The Keystone Club gave a successful benefit five hundred and bingo pr Wednesday night at Odd Fel- lov.. Temple Prizes were awarded as follows: Five hundred--high. Miss Kathryn Trafacanty: second, Mrs. Helen Cosscl, third, Mrs. Sara Bunwworth; bingo--high, Mrs L A. Smith; second, Mrs C. C Louderback; third, Mrs O. Thomas; special blngoi--Mrs J, R Shipley, Mrs Clara Ranker and Mrs Olive Kcedy. Lunch was served. With Mrs. Charles Mahokey. The January meeting of the Christian Culture Class of the First United Presbyterian Church will be held Friday night at 8 o'clock at tho home of Mrs. Charles Mahokcy In Highland avenue Bakers Brothers of which Mr Baker Is manager. Mrs. Baker is the former Mits Florence Chisholm of Pittsburgh Miss Bettj Klne Feted. Mr and Mrs Cessc J King gave a party Wednesday evening for thcir daughter. Miss Betty, in commemoration of hi-r 17th birthday anniversary. Twenty guests were in attendance slon of the evening Lunch was served by the hostess The honored guest received many lovely gifts. calls her Fsrida, which means "unique." He Inherited from his father, the late King Faud I, a superstitious regard for the letter ' F." With her long, white georgette yashmak covering her pretty face, Farida was driven to the palace In a massive state coach drawn by eight spirited Arabian horses escorted by a squadron ot Egyptian cavalry, while a squadron of airplanes few above in formation She wore a wedding gown of silver lace with a long white train trailing 20 feet behind her. Her retirement to the seclusion of the palace was in accordance to Moslem tradition which proved stronger than Egyptian feminists had hoped Thpy wanted thcir queen to lead the way toward abolition of the ancient harem custom. Thousands upon thousands of fervent Egyptians acclaimed their new sovereigns. From all classes, they \bull kave more funwken tKeSKINis clear firomWITHIN TVTO man or woman wants to ha%c a j. 1 finger poked at them or receive sympathy became ot an unhealthy Mn appcirancc. Some slan (roubles arc tough to correct, but we do know this--skin tissues like the body Itself must be fed from tutthin To make the food we eat available .for itrctiRth at d energy, there must be ·an abundance ot red blood-cells. S.S.S. Ionic builds these precious ,,-- -- , --,, red cells. It is a ilnple,internal remedy. poured into the city during the night' icsiccl Tor generations and also proven and morning in every type of con- vcyancc. Many camped on the streets in Bedouin stylo and others were on houseboats moored on the Nile. At the wedding the acclamations to Farouk reached its highest pitch and with the signal of the white flag the crowds roared thcir approval.) Most impressive was the assembly of | students from the university who) came full strength at the request of | Sheikh el Maraghi. They forced Farouk to appear six times on the ) balcony of the palace to acknowledge by scientific rcseirch. You, too, will want to lake SJSS. Tonic to regain and to maintain our red-blood cells... to restore lost height ...to regain energy...to strengthen nencs...and togi\cto our ikm that natural health C!OH. . Take the S.S.S. Tonic treatment and shortly )ou ihould be delighted with the way ou fed... and ha\e )our friends compliment you on tbevayyou look. Available at any drug store. Games were the^ diver- thcir acc , ama tions yesterday. Farouk's wedding day, the start of i a three-day celebration, was an e\- I pensive one for him. In addition to S the secret dowry which, according to Moslem custom, provides a handsome , ·\\lth Mrs. Gtorxe BUir. The M. R. Fancywork Club will meet Thursdny evening at the home of Mrs. George Blnlr, Gibson avenue, South Conncllsville. Will Sleet at Vancdrbllt. The Nom Nom Club will meet Fridny evening it the home of Mrs Willnm Hcrron of Vandwbilt : Drive, Hitch-Hike, Run or Walk-but don't miss a single class of this thrilling three day school! COURlM COOKING SCHOOL Last Class Tomorrow Morning 9:30 to 11 A.M.Orpheum Theatre 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 Afulill runners' Milk K chosen Dorothy Bntltgnte, for use in Tlio Courier Cooking HfflF EN Like the Invigorating Refresh mg Farmers' Co-Operative Dairy Association Use 'Balanced' Flour!" j Mra Dorothy DaUnate, Cooking School Director. \VhcD you join the rest of the audience in admiring- the delectable-looking baked foods turned out at the cooking school, you'll probably siy to yourself, "If I could just do biking like that at home!" You c«o, eisily. Simply do as your cooking school instructor urges... follow a dependable recipe exactly, and use a "balanced" flour. For nearly seventy years, Pillsbury's Best has been *, "balanced" Sour, never changing in its high quality--always nulled from the finest wheats, scientifically blended. This "balance" gives you success in every type of baking, from biscuits and breads' to delicate pastries. It also helps your budget, for Pillsbury's Best can never cause a baking failure. As for dependable recipes, you'll find a folder of tempting new "balanced" recipes in each bag of Pillsbury's Best. TOT cooking school success at home, gee Pillsbury's Best at your grocer's. i

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