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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 21, 1938
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...SAG.T; TWO. THE DAILY. COURIER, . CONNELLSVTLLE.PX ; JANUARY 21, IDSS. ( By.LYNNE B..-KINCELL. ^ i i -- Church Ceremoriy'fto,;^Poshqrcl c ; ; First-. ; Methodist · : Episcopa)- . c b ; * was 'the ; 'scene of "a- pretty : -wedding: Thursday -afternoon a.t.5',30 -o'clock when Miss Nell Rose Welling-, -daughter .of Mr.; and Mrs. Lo,u}s.E}r; . rward-_Welling-. of 403 East' Murptj' ;» V,enue_becamc. the bride of Charles. '· 3iarvey'P03harriarf;Ncw Kensingtons 3oa "of .Mrs. Ida Eoarl Poshard .of ZPooria;rlll., inribeoprcsence of manx . Rev. Ln\vrcnce S. Elliott, , .ofllciated, using .the: improsr". ring ceremony. Palms' and ferns e. effectively, gr6uped:ibout..thc: .. . · ~ Presiding at.iho-jorgan,-Mrs.-L...G. nioovcrtplaye'd' J'Trhumcfcl'.' 'Just; be-t nose the ceremony, Wagner's wedding .Anarch from "Lohengrin" jis the rbrjiial ^aftji.3)pproacKda" tho Mill Hiria "I Lovo^'ViU-TruTy"nond; 'Z ."Dawning" during" -the. "exchange^ of Snarrlagc vows. Immediately sifter nho"ce"fcmoriy'Mcndclssoh'n's 'wedding" IGHLIGHTS OF JEWISH ~ ~.'WOMEN!V6ONVENXtON: ."WILL ' 'BE HEART) OVER THE'AIR ·Members whoi-wUr.noCnbbVatilc }b tend'tho triennial "convention* of he-National "Council offJjwUh^Vo- icri" which convenes Momfny aj?tKc 'illjam Pcnn Hotri^Plttsburghj^n^' tlS-have the pleasure--ot ^hcnrlng putjtt over;~;§r}ade.a £_..(.. , ....... . - -- -- _ Monday..aftcrnoon.froin..3:30ao:4 clock, "There: Ought'tor Be o law;!' igislatlon round-table, Mrs-Samuel biding,'."chairman^; «xn:: ~ ~ Tuesday morning from 9 to~8:15 "'clock, an -Interview Sxstwee'n '-Miss Illinn Molohc ahd'Mrs.'Arth'ur Brin, atlonal president, '·_ --Wednesday^ bnnquctcvcnlnjt, from """ -to 10, ^Cotmcil-onrPiariido, 1 .' in lye episodes; .speakers,,-: George; S. rtossersmith, assistant. Secretary ot tatcr'" "·; · · - - · -· ^ "The? Council on the Radioland . _ __ -- Cfivcn "in r ma"rrja"ge "Sy^Hef'fSiher, -the-bride was- attractive in her wed- of-- white;-.- bridal-- satin styled-with-a-fioor-lcngth-sklrtHong- sleeves and a high neckline. 3ler finger-tip veil of tulle_was held ^Jn place with a bandeau r-ot · .Jstpnes caught at cither si3e 2iny cluster of orange blossomsv She_ -carried a shower bouquot-ot-- white ^Killarney roses and lilies of the valley. . ' -- -Bridcmaids were Miss Rulhella- , sistor of~the bridj and-^Irs Jharlcs F. Baldwin. ^'Gs jWelllnj 2«is attired in a^becomlng (own o| ·maize crepe with a Tloor-lcnglh-skirt %cr shoulder, corsage was of talisman and acacia, tied with talisman ribbon. Mrs. Baldwin chose a Striking tunic: gown -of "aqua 'moire lafteta with'-a floors-length skirt, arid iiushoulder,: corsage -of-.yellow roses ' r and acacia, 'tied with ycllbv/ satin ·ribbon. 'Both wore rhlnestone .. iSandeaioc in their hair.' 2 .The bride's* mother appeared ; ln- a ^gray crepe-dress wlfli a ; smatf niatch- " tog turban. Her shoulder' corsage was of gardenias centered with a pink sunklst rose and tied with silver ribbon. .'S King Leichlitcr.was Mr. Poshard' .Best manV'Johri.'O.-'WcllSng'. brothe "of- the bride, 'a'nd -.'JameV J. Cropp '·' tishercd. ~ Following ariCtoformaK. reception -Jield' in the vestibule' of the church, R wedding dinner of twenty four covers was served at the horn 'of the bride/'. Places tor twelve.wer laid at the prettily appointed brida table which was centered with a two tier .heart-shaped wedding 'caki ; .topped with a tiny, bride and bride groom, and. adorned . at .cither, en 'twill a mound of "yellow'and whi( ttapdragons. Similar blooms dec orated the other tables. ''" The bride'was graduated from th Connellsville High School, a mcmbe of'.the Class of 1937, and'is popula among her many friends. A member of: the First Methodist Episcopal Church, she- has-been.-prominent] SJe'ntifled-witti its young people's ac :tivitics. ; . . . . . . ; . . '"± The bridegroom; a graduate ot th Kingman High School and Bradlc College at Pcoria, HI., has a number of friends in Councilsvllle. A form employe at the laboratory of A. Over halt Company, Inc., at Brond Fori he is now employed in the electric department of the Porter Sanderso ' · . Construction Company at New Ken cihgton. '.. : i . - , . . - -'· ·. . ; ' ^Mr, and Mrs. Poshard -left for a'· wedding trip, destination, unvcaled.., . On their return they will reside with 1 the" bride's parents. i "EMANON.CLim OBSERVES -.,'; : ~: ' ,,' BEKXHDAT, OF- MEMBER --Mrs. Frank ·Freeman was honored ,with a'towel-shower.-in'.observance . ol 4er birthday :annivcrsary.;Thiirsr. da^ evening by',members of.ttie Emanon Club when-it-met .with'Mrs: . Hugh StiUwogon--;at'her.-homc'Jn Ntorth Sixth street. Mrs. Freeman received many towels. ~!Hvfo tables of auction bridge were in; play throughout the evening.'Mrs. Earl Weaver received the high bridge prjze and Mrs. Homer Kcarns, draw. Lxjnch was served by the hostess. . ;Mrs. Husscll Vaughn will entertain tfce'.club Thursday^ evening, February; 3, at' her · home in North First, . . {Farewell Party, Is j Given at Mt. Pleasant ! For Mrs. D, H. Catt Mrs. Donald H. Catt ol Btooklinc, ittsburgh, who arrived 'Wednesday i spend Uic remainder oJ the week ·jth her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. amcs J. Driscoll in Sycamore street, ·as feted Thursday evening at a arowoll party given by her sisters; Irs. Lewis A. Harrcr : and Miss ilnrtha C. Driscoll' at Mrs: Hnrrer's omc in Mount Pleasant. Contract ridge was .the diversion ol.the eve- Ing. Soven. bibles 'were- In play.' rizcs were" awarded to Mrs. Edward Clarke and Mrs. J. Lawrence Fox. 'he draw prize was won by Mrs. Balfjimore's Smallest -ThursdBy-aftornoon-from-3;30 to :30-o'clock,-dally digest of-the proceedings-from - Pittsburgh-by Mrs Marlon M. Miller, executive director ! two .Pittsburgh radio stations. Membprs of the local;',Cojineil o: ar/i'planning Jto ittend:. the contention ^jrpLto make ·osorvattons \vith~Mrs.-M-. -M. any-* der, president, 'by Saturday. Telephone 634-R. Vilmcr Fox. Mrs. Catt,. received ovely guest : prizcs. · · "-Appointments -In keeping ;.wiOi-. the coming Valentine season; wpre-.used, ables-being -centered, with redyrose- uds. ;Lunch was served ::by the lostcsscs, assisted by Mrs: Richard lopcland, Mrs. Rodger W. McNaugh- on and Mrs. Walter F. Driscoll, the ast.ot Connellsville. Out-of-town' "guests : were' Mrs. Ronald J." Irwin,' Miss June Collins, ,Ilss Elinor L'^ Duggan, Miss Mary jbu Fbftncy, Miss Caroline' Cochrnn, illss Carolyn Beuschcr, Miss Helen flatthcws/'MIss- Emily Higbee and Mrs. Robert Kerns of this city, and Miss Idn'Sicbcr, of Dawson. ",:,.·;. .'."' UMONTOWN SYNAGOGUE -- ~ TO ' -MARK ANNIVERSARY The' thirty-filth anniversary '61 ihe Tree of "Life "Synagogue ~~6f "Uniontown will be celebrated Sunday evening, February 6. Visiting digni- afles .will attcnd.--jmd-- covers for " " ' atith'cjm- SILVER THIMBKE CLUB --Z. _ _ "."MEETS: AT,TVIL'EARD:HOME WitK all' members prosorit,~tlth" semi-monthly meeting ol the Silver Thimble Club, held on'Monday al crnoon, was one of the most dc ightfid In many-months.--Mrs.-B.H Wlllard. of- South 'Ninth street, wa ipstessVarid 'planned interesting en ertalnment for her "guests! Jncludci were guessing contests and bingo Mrs. William F. Brooks and Mrs. E C. Louden, received .prizes for th former .diVersioiviwMIe; the bins award' went' to Mrs. S.-U. Morris,Later in the aftcrnoon'.toe'.hostes served a delicious ..chieken:.~dinner 3ut flowers were'..Use(J:1n;decoratine _Mrs.:l,.J3:;.Elliott:3.vas_a; guests":; "hoi "Wednesday..' afternoon,". .February?. 2 ToC Mrs.rS.",.U: Morris South XigKlh rstreet,- Grccmvob'd.V is GiyEWBsr.K u.'-c i'.-A large crowd atten"ded ; Thy Protected Home Circle flve : Kundre"d an bingo party .Thursday nighT-at th P. Hi'C. Hall in North Pittsbur street. The prizes were awarded tc Five hundred -- Maude C. Ho baugh,. Uniontown; Annabel Durbi and Mrs; Andrew. Gaal. Bingo -- Mrs. Stroup. Clarcnc Banner and Mrs. Joseph Murphy. Door -- Walter Shaw. v Special bingo -- Mrs. Joseph Mur phy, Miss Stella Harrison and Mr Shallenbergcr. · Lunch was served by the committee in charge. '' . fho tiniest baby on tccord in Baltimore, Md., ia the 26-onnce girl bom to Mrs. WinSeld Beatty. She in pictured obovo with a nuree «t University i ..Hospital. Tho iittlo eirlis doing well. (CentralPreii)' MRS. I. S. HOBBINS AGAIN HEADS LUTHERAN SOCIETY Mrs. L. S. Robblns was reelected president of ihe Ladles Aid Society of Trinity Lutheran Church for her seventh consecutive year at · the regular- meeting, held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ernest R. Kooscr in Gallatin avenue. Other officers chosen arc: Vice-president, Mrs. E. H. Garner; treasurer, Mrs, J. G. Cunningham, both vreeloctcd, and secretary, Mrs. Ida Shooscr, who succeeds Mrs. F. J. DeChambcnu. Mrs.' Robbins (presided . over t'he meeting which i was exceptionally j well attended. f.Thc society decided i to give a gilt ol money to the church '. The annual report of the treasurer Mrs. Cunningham, showed that the past year was most successful. Plans were completed for serving the annual banquet of the Connellsvillr Branch, Pennsylvania State Education Association, -Thursday evening, January 27. Mrs. H. C. Hoffman was received as a new member. . . . · ) · After the. meeting Mrs, Kooscr, as-: sisted by Mrs. Charles C. .Mitchell i arid Mrs, E. B. Zimmerman, served; a dainty lunch. . - · - . . . ! MRS. GEORGE BLAIR IS HOSTESS TO M. R. CLUB Tho M. R. Fancywork Club was entertained Thursday" evening by Mrs. George Blair at her home at South Connellsville. Fancy work was the diversion, after which a delicious lunch .was, .served by Mrs. Blair, Guests wore Mrs. Francis McClnin and Mrs. Mllfrod of Scottdalc. ..Tho data and hostess for the next meeting .will be announced later. , .Use Our)Classified Ads. They bring fesults. Cost Is small. DON^T BULLY CONSTIPATION If you suffer fromcommoa' 1 constipation, due to Itck of bulk In. the diet, hnn cathartics don't get at the causa of your trouble. You can avoid this kind ot constipation by eating Kel- logg'8 All-Bran. This tasty · cereal not only contains , ' · thelntestlnaltonlcvltinln ' B,, but also provides th« · · bulk you need: It absorbs moisture... fattens like a · .' aponfc Into, a wat«r-oof- . . tcncd mass .ttwt encour- ' ' ngcsruldnldi natural cllm-' · ' · Inntlon. . . · Use Kcllogg's All-Bran In muffins. Or as a break- rost 'cereal. But cat All- Bran every ttay and drink . . . plenty of water. Mnde by '"· KcUogffatBattlo Creek. . niycrsary dinner.- ~ ·__- _ ^ ·;,- ' Plans, in ch£rgc~oT Mrs. N. Ginsberg and Mrs. L. Neuhauscn, call tor ·he simultaneous .. celebration, ol Rnbbl JuliusriWajhcr's -flint ::H"jfe ycrsary of.hls caUr(o the Unloritow,« charge. ~ .-.. ~~~ "I-" ~~~~'. - Guests vrtll include -Rabbi" and Mrs. Julius Washer, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Glcssner, Rabbi Irving M. Waldcn .of Conncllsvilel, Rabb! Prager' of Brownsville, Rabbi Elcf ant of Donora,' Rabbi Cohen of Moncssen, Abe Cohen, past president, and-Mrs. Cohen, J.. N. Kronick, .president' ol the congregation of the Tree" of Life Synagogue; ,.B;":;.Gusky^and"."Mr3'. Gusky,. president of the auxiliary, and Dr.-and Mrs.'.Kaplari..' Dr.'.: Kaplan will' bxTtoastmaster.' Dinner will'.be served by" the auxiliary, assisted by a^number of Young Judean-. Club ' ' " ' ' 1 Shower for Ncwlywwls. Mr. and^Mrs. O. F. Thomas gave n shower Saturday night at their home at South Conncllsvlllc in honor, .of their son and-daughter-in-law, .'Mr. and Mrs. Francis Thoiijijsv"who were recently marritdi'AbouT'thjjfty guests .verb : present "· The { bride-elect ;received iriany-'aftracfjvc igifts. ^At a [ate*fibur -a.} daint^lunch .-was.' served b3T ; the bridegroom's - sisters," Misses Vesta'and Eva-Thomas.- - - ·-'·-.- - Following ttic-serving-'of-tin orate'-fdiickeai' diriner, 'the' . program will include:- · "Opening rcmarks^-Dr. Ed-Kaplan, toastinastcr. · ·· · ' · · · . - · ; - . · -'· ; "America"--Sung b'y assembly. · "· "In Mcmoriam"--Rabbi Elcfant of Donora,' , ·Invocation--RabbS.Prager, Browns- MUe.' · · · · ' · ' · . ' : · · ' ' · · . ' · : · ' · · : :' ··: Musics-Young Judean Club-boys. '.' -Remarks--Mrs. H. Gusky, president of the Trco.ofl.ifc Auxiliary.; :" Greetings--Rabbi Samuel ncr.' .'.' '·.;" . · ." . ··" ' '· ·/ '· ''·" i "Violin solo^-rlxmls Ixsvin; '. '·; Remarks -- feabbl Waldcn, Con-' nellsville. ' ' '." '. Music--Meyer Lcvinson.' Greetings--Rabbi Cohen of Moncs- scn. ' · Music--Lcroy Ficnbcrg. Address--J. N. Kronick, president of the congregation. ·' . ' · ' ' . ' . Music--Rita Stcincr. .. Address-^Abc Cohen, past' presl-. dent. ' · ' - '· · ' . '. " ; ; Response--^Rabbi .Julius Washer.; Special music. NORTON CLASS MEETS FIRST CHKISTIAN CinmCH Martha.Norton Bible Class ot tfcCtFirst Christian Church held its January meeting Thursday, aitornoon in:thc church dtalngt'oom,"Mrs. W. H. Bergcr, president, presided, over a brJel. business "session. ^-^Mrs. J. I^. Kurtz led the devotionals* -- ^Xjunch was serveS" by the*"January committee, comprising Mrs. K. L. ^Vemer, Mrs, * George Elackstone, Mfs: George ;w.'Stauffer, Airs. A'. E. DumbaiUd," Rlrs. "Al' ; E.. Kurtz ·'and · Mrs'.Larmar.J.;stiU\vogon.':·· :.'-.:-. MISS EDA 'WOLFE WtLL" ' " ·.ENTERTAIN OUTLOOK CLTIB : The Outlook . Club .will meet on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock-at the" home of Miss"Ida'Wolfc'at 303 East Green street,'.'.: '-" '"·"" ·'·". "- '· '· PGLES'BSNGQ ^FRIDAY NIGHT AT EAGLES HAMi: - ^ : [£ - Games Begin Promptly st ~- · . ;.;;8:SO-.P. M.--~ ; .--..21 3 Door Prize.s. ;...... Every one who attends -will be clvcn S-door-.prize tickets. Junlor^Cshers; M At the ' Ushers Club^ of'yvgFirat "jyTetlipdist Episcopal ^Church",- ' cussed " ;,':l':' .XVlth Marr Carroll. , . The, Active'Members Class of tho First United Brethren Church, will meet tonight at the home .of Mary CarroUr .305 'East .Francis avenue; Esther Calhoun is co-hostess. fSKIMYCHILDREN · Thonsandi-of mother* b*T» totmd.-- that by - fcddlOK VeMt Vtumfns and-f 'j;"lron. as'contained In Vino!;, to. tli«tr , -- children'* -daily dJ«l .mikei- appetite.., - N -lmi»ove,-«Wnny'l*ii!vaTnw w»d hollow--, n:chceK;flH:ontr. C2tndi:en.:«xc^Vtoot-,V · .It tA»t*t »o.£00d._. Soaa_for 35, tty-v .- -There's' al iri:this 'lot; buFribf ^ : ·'·''':: ..,---. ---- --,.-. -- -- " , - . . -.*... . y. ! . · · · . V" - ·* ......... .. szes in style usual Hooper and ity shoes. Select your pair or pairs now:" .·'; i^FIRST COME-FIRST SOLD I HOOPER LONG Phone 680 681~155v. Priompt Delivery . . Q u a l i t y . . . Service... Low Prices For 57 Years! Fayette CAKE SPECIAL RIBBON CAKE with Sea Foam Icing 29c and 35c MORNING BRACER COFFEE, 2 Ibs. 33c StCTFart's PENCO Coffee, : -2 Ibs. -...:;..,..:....:; 57c · HOUSE OJP XORB'S Tea, %-lb. plfg« 43c , And Tea Strainer FREE WEIDEMAN'S ; Pure Fruit Preserves Strawberry or ToiranT«rry 2-Ib. jar37c ; TVcldeman's Re8 Cherry Preserves,'Ib. jar ~- 21c TABLE GAEDEN Salad Dressing, qt jar _TM29c Pure Somerset BUCKWHEAT · IQ-lb. Sack 39c Vermont Maid Syrnp (roaplo . .flaror) pint jug --- 23c Campflre STarslunnlloTvs, * Large Fancy Pecans, 11). 28c Fancy/English "Walnuts, '..'.' 2' lb's."CU^2iJ«.' ___ . 37c Fancy Baby LIMA BEANS 3 Ib 23c -Ellibw Macaroni (bulk) ."·3 ibs. ; 25c Ta?))o Trent Noodles (fine or broad) 2--1-lb. pkgcs _38c LA PBEMIATA Tomato Paste, 4 cnns _~..~__TM__25c ..:«. r 3 Ib. can 556 small, 2 for 19c small, 2 for 17c SPRY, 1 1b. can 21c :;l. LUX, large box 22c ^ RINSO, large box, 2 for 41 c LUX TOILET SOAP, 3 for LIFEBUOY SOAP, 3 for '· Specfa/~Walter Baker's Cocoa ib. can 1 1 VIENNA FLOUR SAVE OH CANNED FOODS ALL GOLD Fancy Yellow Cling Peaches, . 2 large cans ......... ........ ...;..,.;...,..!.. ............... 39c ALL GOLD Bartlett Pears, large can ...23c ALL GOLD Pineapple Juice, 2 tall ens 19c ALL GOLD Corn, 2'cans : ..:..; -..'..i;. .,,!... ..... 27c · "^Vhlte". Cormtrr Gentleman or Golden Bantam BANCROFT Sweet Peas, 2 med. cans 1 9c tomato Juice, 2-20-oz. cans ..l.:...L^ ......... .'.,,.!.'.,,...;.,,.':... 19c fl ^» B 6 * 1 Bb. I "V £*+ AL fl B""" 1 -CENT SALE KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES 2 Extra Large Boxes 23c , 1 Box of Kellogg's KRUMBLES ............ ..... Ic for 24c KELLOGG'S All Bran, 2 large boxes 47c ' And 8-Cup Muffin Tin FREE FANCY FRUITS and VEGETABLES - r . · · · · . * . Full Variety . . . Lowest Prices. boys.went to the gym where "a- gnmo A Final \ Clean-Up Of 1§5 Pairs The Old Sellable'. ; b. sk. 95c HOGSETT'S rancj' Pastry ' Flour, 5-lb. sack -- .21c S1VASSDOWN Cake Flour, -. a' box _ .; -- ; __ TM._.TM 26c STEWAKI'S i?owflorcd Sugar, 2-- 12-oz.-bpxcs 17c HEALTH: CLUB Baking Powder, .25-oz. can i-- 2Sc Cream -Cor n Starch, ' 2--1-lb. boxes _ 19c EDISON MAZDA LAMPS 15,25,40,50,60 ' ·'" 1 C'i. Watt Sizes . XtJC 75 and 100 Watt Sizes' 20c STALEY'S Gloss Starch .'-·Mb. box 19c v PEKFUCTION Paint Cleaner, large can ~TM Sic Breast (with pocket) Ib. ....15c Lean Shoulder Roast, ib 27c Rump Roast, Ib.............:... 32c Rib E n d ' l b - 17c Loin End, Ib - .-.24c PORK BUTTS (small lean) Ib .2Oc PURE PORK SAUSAGE (loose) lb..-^.,.. : -25a FRESH SPARERIBS lb :·. .15c H^BRANDED BEEF RuVBiiii, Ib : lOc Chuck Boil, Ib :..20c Chuck Roast, Ib 24c Rib Roast, Ib 28c Rump Roast, lb ; 30c CHOICE CHICKENS Freshly Dressed In Our Market BATH'S PURE LARD 2-1-Ib. Pkgs. 25c SLICED BACON Delicious, y2 r lb. pkgc .. 18c Black Hawk, Vi-lb pkgc 20c GENUINE SPRING IAMB Lamb Breast, I b . . . . . ' . . ' 15c Lamb Shoulder Roast lb 28c Legs of Lamb, Ib. ...31c Fairmont Better Cream' Cheese, 2 pkges 15c. Beef, Veal and Pork, Ib. 25c Ground for Loat DSON CO. V "The Store That Docs Things For You!" -il

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