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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNT5TLLSIVILLE, PA. FRIDAY,/FEBRUARY 3, Jeanne Hay Is Wed Moving Picture Program Wilt Be Given ' Mrs. Thelma C. Smith At Winchester, Va., To David Newman At Woman's Culture Club Meeting Monday Arranges Program For W.pl. S. Meets Tonight. r _ ' The woman's Misisonary Society ! of the jjirst United Brethren Church will meet at 7:45 o'clock tonight at By LYNNE B. KINCELL Girl Scout National Gamp-Advisor Addresses Leaders' Association Mrs. Henry Robb of New Voric, I Pmaram tri member of. the Gir! Scout national: * ^5 4CU " LVJ Jewish-; Council's : · Meeting Tuesday camp ndviioiy stall', addressed the_| members of the "Leaders' Association at Us meeting Thursday evening at the United Brethren Church, At this time council membern and troop committee members were guests. , Mrs. Carroll B. Fisher, president, opened the meeting and, introduced Mrs. Frank VanNorman, who in turn Announcement, i.-, made of tne marriage of Mii^s Jeanne Hay, daughter o£ Mr. and M.-s. M. S. Hay of Penns- villc, and David K. Newman, son of Mrs. Bertha Newman, of near Uniontown. Tnc ceremony took place Tuesday, September 6, 1938, at the First Baptist Church, Winchester, Va. Rev. E. T. Clark officiated. Mr. and Mrs. ITewman are residing at Uniontown. . An interesting piogram has been planned for, the February meeting of the Connellsville Section of the presented Mrs, Robb. A round table Council of Jewish Women Tuesday discussion, led by Mrs. Robb; was | afternoon. _ . . ; . held for the captains, lieutenants and j .The meeting "will 'be held at the tioop commitlee members. It. per-.. West Penn Model Home and will tained to the revised. Girl Seoul' program and ways in -which".'.t may' be applied. Any leader ^wishing to discuss various points with Mrs. Robb is requested to contact her Saturday at the Arlington Hotel. .- Tea was served at the cjosc of the. evening. Mrs. John F, Kooser pre-' sided at the tea table which ivas at-, ti actively zppointcd. A l a r g e bouquet of yellow (lowers centered the table, two lighted yellow tapers at either end. A color scheme of yellow and green was carried out. Tea was served by Mrs. D. Harold Hoover, capiajn of Troop'3, of the United Bretluen Church, assisted by Lieutenants Dorothy Witt, Jean Osterwise and Gladys Brooks. . Mrs. Fisher will" entertain at "the begin at 2 o'clock. Class of 1934 W i l l Plan Reunion Sunday At 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, ell members of the Class of 1034 of the Connellsville High School who are interested in planning a class reunion are requested to meet at the Y. M. C. A. in South Pittsburg street. President Harold Sager has called Tlie Woman's obsene Motion regular mcetin; Culluie Club will Picture Day al its to be held Monday Mozart Club Meeting lhanlt °' TeriRS mcolint{ - afternoon at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Mrs. Charles H. Slouffcr will be leader and Miss Jean Hoover is arranging a masical program. Hostesses will b e , Mrs. Clyde R. Weihc, Mrs. H. C. Barrow, Mrs. C. A. Wagner, Mrs. Charles Nomon and Mrs. L. AT. Ncmon. Mrs. A. I. Daniels, Mrs. Joseph H. Leib, Mrs. C. A. Wagner, Mrs. John J. Brady, Mrs. John I. Zimmerman, Mrs. C. M. Stone find Miss Lynne B. Kincell will appear on the movie program. The meeting will begin at 2 o'clock with a business session. Mrs. B. II. Willard, president, will preside. A varied program, in charge oE 1 Mrs. Thelma Christy Smith, will , Juvenile Mozart Club Will Meet Saturday The Juvenile Mozart Club will meet Saturday afternoon at the home | mark the meeting of the Mozart of Virginia McClelland in South' Pillsburg street. The meeting will begin at 2:30 o'clock and a progrjm In charge ol Marian Fiazee, program chairman, wiU be given. The study o£ the lile of Mozart will be continued Music Club at 8 o'clock Monday evening at the club rooms in Carnegie Free Library. Mrs, Douglas I K. Mcllvaine, president, will preside over the business session. Hostesses for the evening are Miss Susan Hicks, Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens OCTET BRIDGE CLTJB MEETS WITH MRS. ROBERT WORK Mrs. Robert Work ontartaincd the Octet Bridge Club Thursday evening at her home in the Marietta Apart- PERRYOPOHS COUPLE TO WED FEBRUARY g , Hazen and Mrs. Frank KoUcr. The marriage of Mibs Katherine' Tarkas and Franklin James Ludvvig of Perryopo.is take place Wednesday, Febrjary 8, at St. John An- She meeting so that committees can 1 ments, East Patterson avenue. Two BIRS. VAN' RIGGAR HOSTESS TO WILLING WORKERS CLASS An enjoyable meeting of the Willing Workers Class o£ the Leisenring Presbyterfan f-;Church- -was held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. 'Van Riggar. Devotionals were conducted by Rev. W. H. Hamilton, after which Mrs. W. H.- Hess presided. A lengthy business scsion was held. It was announced that the remodeling of the kitchen and painting of the dining room of the church be appointed and work begun for the reunion to be held this year. "A large turnout is expected as this is the first the class hab planned I a get-together since graduation, 11 ' said President Sager. Herbert Rack- oft, vice-president, will not be present as he is studying at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, this year, but Miss Eugenia M. Dick, secretary, will be in attendance. LOTTIE A. BRADLEY CLASS MEETS AT BJLUEBAUGH HOME The Lottie A. Bradley Class of the South. Connellsville Evangelical Church held its monthly business and are completed. The women are j social meeting Thursday night _at the bearing the expense of these improvements and meeting vith splendid success in - raising ' the funds. P'.ans are being completed for a next meeting, Wednesday, March 1, marimba concert to be given"in-the nt her home; in South Connellsville. | near future by Miss Florence Wilkcy of this_ city. Miss \Vilkey won high prize jn-fi recent Amateur contest. Mrs. Howard Leighty- was · made J ; . C. E. Society Marks 1" .Birthday With Supper ' The Intermediate Christian Endeavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church celebrated the fifty-eighth anniversary of Christian Endeavor with a spaghetti supper, Keld in connection with the monthly meeting of the society Thursday chairman of. a.committee to arrange for a Colonial- 1ca to-.-be- held-jlne lattef part of .February in the church dining room. , - ~ During-the meeting it was announced that., an eight and a half! pound son wis born to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wilson. Mrs. Wilson not only arranged the programs for all enter- night at the church. Robert Free- j tainment of the class, but engineered man was master of ceremonies. most of the activities of the Virginia The business session, supplementing the supper, was in charge of the president, Ailie Mansberger. The secretary, Mary Louise Burkcy, and treasurer, Betty Mantell, submitted reports. Splendid reports were given by chairmen of various committees. The society decided to sponsor a Christian Endeavor expert course so that members may become more efficient C. E.'s. At the request of the pastor, Hev. A. R. Mansberger, the union will hold another Sunday evening service, mittec reported The mission com- that two prayer services were- held at the Hospital and that shut-in services are to be held Sunday atternoon. New members were: accepted. At the close of the business session an enjoyable program was given. The Screw Bjll Stock Company of the High School enacted a short play entitled "Our Happy Home." It was produced and written by Paul Swallop. The cast, all seniors, consisted of Frank McClurc, Leonard Long, Fr jnk Secan, Dale Johnson, Jr., Robert Kamage and Bill Bernardo. The Jub'lcc Singers sang three numbers. Ex temporanepus speakers were Rev. A. R. Mansberger and William Shaw, -who spoke concerning the birthday of Christian Endeavorer. The president gave a short talk on the organization of the union. · Paul Jfeffley will be the leader at the service to be held at G o'clock Sunday evening. "All One Body." be given by Dick Rowe.' This is consecration" meeting. .;Thc society had_ three guest speak- as during the month of January. They were" A, JEC. Waugamac, Mrs. A; D. Fulmer and Mrs. Ernest Heffley. Society speakers included Elmer Breakiron. There were three novel meetings. Speakers this month will be Robert Swan and Henry -Breakiron. ^The committee in charge of the spaghetti supper consists of Mary Ellen Shives, Polly Miiler, Robert Freeman and Arlie Mansberger. Sampey Class, of which her daughter, Anna Jane, is a member. At a late hour Mrs. Riggar served a delicious lunch. The next meet- home of Mrs. Ralph Bluebaugh, Hyndmaji street. Fifteen members and four visitors were present Mrs. J. R. Shipley, class president, was in charge oC the meeting. Plans were made for completing a quilt, which is being made by members. Reports of a covered-dish supper held last month, and also pot cleaners sold by the class, were hc?rd. The money was turned over to the treasurer. A social hour was enjoyed. Little "Sonny" Bluebaugh sang two songs, "Jesuss Loves Me" and "Tony Boy." Mrs. Daisy Austin played a piano solo. Games were played and at the close of the meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Charles Bryner and Mrs. George Crawford. tables of contract bridge were in play throughout the evening with Mrs. Louis Genovese of Uniontown and Miss Barbara' Brooks winning the prizes. Miss Agnes Edwards, a student at Grove City College, who is spending the mid-semester vacation at her home, was a guest. Later lunch was served at an attractively appointed table. A bouquet the Baptist Church with Rev. drew Shu ran officiating. The bride-elect was graduated frorn the Perry Township High School and until recently was employed in New York. Her fiance is affiliated with the medical department of the United States Army. EMAXON CLUB FORMS PLANS FOR 20TH ANNUAL BANQUET Mrs. Hussell Vaughn delightfully entertained the Emanon Club Thursday evening at her North First street home. A brief business session was held after which biidge was played. High prize wjs awarded Mrs. Earl F. Weaver and draw to Mrs. C, H. of spring flowers in a crystal vase I Weisgerber. The hostess served a formed the centerpiece. Slender j delicious lunch. Plans were made red tapers in crystal holders were at either end of the table. Favors were miniature red hearts filled with heart-shaped candies. ~ Mrs. Genovese will entertain the club Thursday, February 16, at her home in. Unicmtown. CARD TARTY MONDAY NIGHT AT L C. SOCIAL HALL Groups H. an3 Q of the Immacu- ConceptioruChurch will sponsor for the twentieth annual banquet to be held at Crawford Tea Room February 16, Cora Belle Riggar Feted. An evening of delightful entertain- j ment was provided for a group of j young people who assembled Satur- | day evening at the Van Riggar home at Leisenring to celebrate the birthday of their daughter, Miss Cora Belle. An assortment of beautiful gifts received by Misfe Riggar were displayed and at a late hour a delicious lunch was served to the following: Lurene McBeth, Joe Luczak, Martha Bodovic, Edward Luczak, Jessie Mae Goodwin, Wayne Burwell, Bud Mcllravey, Anna Jane Wilson, Junior Boger, Thelma Dwyane Whetsel, Anna Goodman, Haggerty, Robert Garlic, June Washabaugh, Alex Bobbs, John Brown, Walter Luczak, Irene Gelitko, Dorothy Yos-j wick, Jane Cottom, Clark Hess, Joe McGarrity, Berndrd Burwell, Carson Eoyd, Doris Arnold, Syl Cominsky, Mary Fortney, Leslie Sepesi, Roland Goodman and the honor guest. PROGRAM GIVEN AT MEETING OF DONEGAL W. C. T. U. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Donegal township met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Sam Hoyman. Theie was a good attendance. Important business was transacted, after which a varied pro- a benefit party at 8:30 o'clock Mon- j gram of an instructive and entertaln- day night, February 6, at the social hall of the church. Bridge, flve- hundred and other games will be played and at the conclusion of the games attractive prizes will be awarded to the winners. There will also be a door prize. Committee chairmen arc Mrs. John T. Rush. Miss Mary Frances Ralston nnd Martin Hottlcr. NAOMI anSSIONEUS WILL HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION CHRISTIAN' MISSIONERS MEET WITH SIRS. J. [KELVIN GREY Plans for attending an all day ing will -be held Wednesday evening,! Prayer service Friday. February 24, March 1, at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.' were discussed at the monthly meet- James Bailey on the Dunbar road. I ing of the Women's Missionary ' Society of the First Christian Church, held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Melvin Grey in East Craw- MRS. H. W. MoKOBBIE IS HOSTESS TO THIMBLE CLUB All members but one attended a meeting of the'-SilyeV-Thimble Club at which Mrs. lIe~n?y"^W.' McRobbie was hostess Thursday night at her home in Snyder street. Mrs. McRobbie planned interesting entertain- ford avenue. Mrs. James Charlesworth, piesident, presided. Mrs. J. D. Mortimer led the devotional and Mr.«. J. Frank Rust was leader of the program. The topic was "Christ's t Way in India." Papers weifi read by high, and Mrs. B. H. Willard, second. His theme will be Special music will Grccn.si»ir# Couple Married. Miss Dorothy Louise Johnson and Clyde Allison Funk of Greensburg were married Monday afternoon at the parsonage of the Somerset Church of the Brethren. Hev. T. R. Coilman officiated. ·-· ·· -- Sponsored "by tile Junior Culture Club THURSDAY, FEB. 16th HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Benefit of the Eye Fund. Admission fiOc Mrs. award for composing the best Valentine verse and Mrs. Harry L. Reagan, second. The hostess served a delicious lunch. This concluded the most enjoyable meeting. Mrs. Willard will be the next hostess, date to be announced. Ins nature was presented. Mrs. Jessie Freeman Friedline will entertain the union Wednesday evening, March 1, at her home, Sunny Dale Farm. Will Mark Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Emery, well- known residents of German township ivill- obsei ve their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday at their home near Masontown. Mr. Emery was 86 years old last September 19 CARD PARTY Bridge, "500" and Other Games, By the "R. Q." Group of the Immaculate Conception Church, Monday Eve., Feb. 6th Door Prize--Load of Coal 8:30 O'clock ADMISSION 50c DANCE Saturday, February llrutr Co. Will G'ivo $K50 Vorth 01* Medicine io Hut* It Vnmily for Only 49c. W E W A N T every family lo have a bottle of this grand old In- diaHcrb Medicine, To Prove the value of this wonderful p l e a s a n t tasting product of Nature, we make you t h i s liberal trial offer. But first, let us explain that Constipation is man's greatest enemy in this modern world today, and further that all formsof disease known to Science ore effected by o persons habits of elimination Stomach and Gall Bladder, Liver and ' Kidney trouble, also swelling and a stiffness of the lO.nts, as well as bloating, Indigestion and gas in the Stomach, not to speak of Rheumatism. Arthritis^Neu- ri»is. High and Low Blood Pressure, and: Skin Irritations, arc all definitely affected by a person's habits of eliminating waste products and Toxic Poisons, Sequoia India Herbs is a blending of Natural ingredients to stimulate elimination. Chief of these ingredients is "Cassia Acutifoha," a small plant that grows in Indie. We use the fruit and not the leaves of this unusual plant. As to it» therapeutic value, we refer you to your family Doctor, to any Medical College or to the United States Dispensatory, j We further protect you with this guarantee. Sequoia India Herbs must promote elimination if taken as directed, and as a result of this, satisfy you that your general Health is improving, oryou can return the empty bottle and your full purchase price will be returned to you with no questions asked. You must be satisfied with results obtained. Sequoia India Herbs originally sold for 51.50. However, while our present importation of drugs last, we arc able to make you this great reduction in price on the samclarge family sized bottle (3 weeks supply) for only 49c. Each person will be limited to three bottles as we want this special offer to benefit as many familiesaspossibtc,MajlOrders,10cextr*j Election of officers will take place at the regular meeting o£ the Naomi Missionary Society o£ the First Presbyterian Churc-h to be held at 8 o'clock Monday night at the home of Mrs. Charles E. Carson in the Windsor Apartments. Mrs. Don C. Fossclman is co-ho;tess. Miss Alice Cropp will be leader al devotionals. and Mrs. Emery will be 82 years old March 2. Fair at M. E. Cliunrch The junior choir of the First Methodist Episcopal Church wiil hold its annual fair at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the social room of the church. At- tractu'e entertainment has been planned. SLOVAK HALL West Side Benefit St. John's Ciioir Music by Tajc Brothers Hours: 8:00 to 12:00 Admission: Ladies 35c; Gents 40c L A U G H R E Y DRUG CO. Jas. AV. Swan, Ph. 0. 312 South Fittslmrg Street. Phone 359. "**""" fc ' VALENTINE SOCIAL PLANNED AT SHILO LODGE MEETING Siiiio Lodge No. 103, Ladies Auxiliary to vhc Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, met Thursday night at the Y. M. C. A. Three applications lor membership were reecived. A committee was appointed to make plans for a Valentine social to be he!d in connection with the next mectjng. It consists of Mrs. Mabel Wagner, Mrs. June Cook, Mrs. Laura Tresslcr and Mrs. Mary Belle Tober. LEGION AUX1LL\RY WILL INITIATE CANDIDATES Initiation of candidates wiJI take i place ;it the jcgular meeting ot the American Legion Auxiliary, which will be held at 1'4S o'clock Monday night al the Legion Home. Entertainment snd lunch will follow the meeting. CRYSTAL BALLROOM Fairbanks, Anceda Club Presents RAY MARVIN'S ORCHESTRA Saturday, Feb. 4th Admission 35c VOUR OLD WATCH FOR A NEW STYLE think of til A n»W Jtyh BULOVA- ucsurato, beautiful, d«p*ndabl« -fai 1h« oW clumsy timoplacathat hoi it*n t»tter days. Bring In your old watch -- we willstv* you a Itb*rat a!)owanc on U whtn yog boy a n*w Bvlava, Terms as Low as 50c Weekly Credit Jewelers Slid National Bank BuiMinR Opposite Orphcum Theatre. Phone 680 681-155 ON QUALITY ... SERVICE . .. LOW PRICES FOE 57 Y.EAKS. M O R N I N G BRACER Coffee, pound 16c As Good as Most Codecs Costing a Few Cents jllorc. 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