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; i, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22,193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. PAGE THKEB. Among the Churches FIRST BAPTIST Corner Baldwin avenue and South Pittsburg street. Rev. J. S. Brownlee, minister--Dr. J. Roy Weakland will preach at Baptist Church Sunday morning, 11 o'clock. The evangelistic program under the leadership of the Weakland party will continue throughi ' the day with services at both Methodist Protestant and Baptist churches at 11 o'clock. Mass '*s meeting at 3 o'clock Sunday nfter- * noon in the Baptist church which is open for all church-goers. Services in the evening at 7:30, Baptist church, combined service; Betty Weakland-preachcr. Young People's meeting at 6:30 combined service of young people of both churches. Dr. J. Roy Weakland, lather of the evangelist will preach Sunday morning )^ at the Baptist Church. Special music . will be furnished by the choir, Marian Snyder, organist. Bible school, 9:45, classes for all. A well graded and up to date Bible school, A. K. V/augaman, general superintendent. ALLIANCE GOSPEL TABERNACLE Sunday school, 0:45. Morning wor- jhip at 11. Missionary from foreign field will speak. Evangelistic serv- ive, 7:45. The public is invited to attend these services. Rev. Wylie Smith is pastor. TRINITY REFORMED Corner Pittsburg and Green streets, C. George Shupe, pastor-9:45 A. M. Sunday school hour, "Ministering to Physical Needs." 11, sermon, "The Value of Spiritual Aspirations." 7:30 P. M., "The Value of Little Things." - CHURCH OF GOD G. W. Byrnes, pastor. 1119 West Crawford avenue--Mount Tabor, preaching at 11. Breakneck, preaching at 7:30 P M. Evangelistic message. C HRISTIAN Merrill L. Cadwell, pastor--Bible school at 9:30 A. M. Morning worship at 10:40; "The Christian Use of Money." The expanded session of the church school will meet during the hour of the morning service. Christian Endeavor at 6:30; leaders, Miss Phylis Younkin and Miss Frances Riley. Evening service at 7:30. The members of the New Haven Hose Company will be guests at this service. For the last few Sunday vesper services we have been considering certain works of fiction. Tnis evening we turn to the field of biography and take our departure from the book by Henry Barbusse entitled "Zola." It is the life of one of the outstanding figures in French literature during the last century. In addition to being dramatic enough to furnish material for a recent picture, it also carries a real challenge to thinking men. ST. JOHN GERMAN LUTHERAN Paul E. Porath, pastor--Sunday school, 9 A. M. The hour of worship, 10:15. The theme of the sermons: German, "Die Kinder Abraham, Isaac and Jacob"; English, "Taste and See That the Lord Is Good." EVANGELICAL W. S. Harr, pastor--Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching service, 10:30; subject, "God's Wonderful Grace." Evening services: E. L. C. E., 6:45; leader, Daisy Austin; at 7:30, the firemen's annual memorial service will be held. UNION BAPTIST Tu. H. Colvin, minister--Sunday school at 9:30. MorninK worship at 11; sermon subject, "Like a Tree.' 6:45, B. Y. P. U. Evening service at 3 o'clock; subject, "Life's Voyage." The deacons with missionaries will conduct devotionals through the services starting at 7:30. Come and help. Different ministers of the city will assist the pastor. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Vine and Newmyer, F. A. Myers, pastor, 407 E. Green street--9:45 A. M., worship service and sermon, "The Church Awake and Clcihed." 10:45 church school hours; Mrs. Olive Lepley, superintendent. 6:45 P. M., Y. P. D. meeting; discussion subject, "We Need the Church," led by Paul V. Leplcy. 7:30, praise service and sermon, "Stand By." DUNBAU M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Sunday school at 9:45; superintendent, Willis Craig. Preaching at 11 o'clock; subject, "Spiritual Ignorance." Epworth League, 6:45; leader, Clyde Holsing. Preaching at 7:30, "So Near Yet So Far. On Wednesday evening, prayer-meeting at 7:30, with a continued study in the Book of John, after which there will be a meeting of the Me.i's'Lay Activities Movement and a song service combined. GREENWOOD M. E. . C 1 . G. Cook, pastor--Preaching at 9:30. Sunday school, 10:30. Junior League at 6 P. M., with Mrs. J. C. Herwick as superintendent. Epworth League, 6:45, Thomas DeBolt, president. We extend a cordial invitation to those of our community to attend. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg and Green streets, Karl H. J. Schoenborn, pastor--Bible school at 9:45 with classes for all ages. Lesson subject, "Ministering to Physical Needs." Morning worship service at 11 o'clock; sermon, "Religious Neutrality." Christian Endeavor at 6:30; topic, "We Need the Church." Miss Jennie Umbel is the leao'cr. Evening worship service nt 7:30; sermon, "Jesus' Prayer of Thanksgiving," the eleventh in the scries on "The Lord's Prayer and Other Prayers of Jesus." The public is cordially invited to worship with us. TRINITY LUTHERAN Fairview avenue, W. H. Hetriqk, D. D., pastor--Class in catechism, 9 A. M. Sunday school at 10; lesson, "Ministering to Physical Needs." Morning worslu'p at 11; sermon, "Ways-ide Evangelism." L u t h e r League 6:40 P. M.; leader, Edith Floto. Evening worship, 7:30; series of sermons on "The Songs of the Bible." Stressing importance of congregational singing in worship. Preparatory service Wednesday, 7:30 P. M, FAYETTE U. B. CHARGE . J. Ritchey, pastor. East End-Sunday school, 10 A. M. Preaching, 11. Prayer-meeting Wednesday, 7:30. Next Sundair is anniversary day. Detailed announcement of the special services for that day will be made ncx' week. Mount Olive-Sunday school at 10. Revival serv- ccs which have been held for the past two weeks will be continued throughout the coming week. There will be a service this evening, also Sunday evening and every evening next week at 7:30. The subject for lonight will be, "Indifference," and for Sunday evening, "A Closed Door." HIGHLAND BAPTIST S. M. Hayman, pastor--Sunday school, 10. Praise meeting, 11:30. Preaching and communion at 3:30. TRINITY EPISCOPAL East Fairview avenue. Evening prayer, 7:30. James M. Frye of St. Paul's Church, Monongahela in charge. FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg street and Morton avenue, George R. Krupp, minister-Bible school, 9:45. Morning worship at 11; theme, "Unlimited Forgiveness." Pioneer Society at 3 P. M. Y. P. C. U. at 6'30. Evening service at 7:30; subject, "The Spiritual Octave." Mid-wcck service o£ prayer and praise Wednesday evening at 7:45, PRESBYTERIAN West Lcisenring, William Hamilton, minister--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.; R. K. Warnock, superintendent; topic, "Ministering to P h y s i c a l Needs." Young people, 6:45; topic, "We Need the Church." Church Service, 7:30 P. M.; topic, "A Generous Character." PRESBYTERIAN Lcisenring No. 1, William Hamilton, minister--Church service, 9:45 A. M; topic, "Big Hearted Barnabas. 1 Sunday school, 10:30 A. M.; topic, "Ministering to Physical Needs. Adult Bible Class for men and women; teacher, William Hamilton. A cordial invitation extended to all Christians/ COCHRAX MEMORIAL M. E. Dawson, Thomas Charlesworth, pastor--Sunday, January 23, promises to be a great day in the above church. The W. M. F. S. will take up its annual thank-offering. Mrs. Margaret E. Marsh, a missionary from Africa, who is home on furlough, will deliver the messages. She will speak at both morning and evening services, 10:45 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. She will give some thrilling stories of the work in Africa. The public is cordially invited to hcr.r her, FIRST UNITED BRETHREN Lincoln avenue at Race street, Elmer A. Schultz, minister--Unified service ot worship, sermon and Bible study 9:30 to 11:25 A. M. Sermon by Rev. L. S. Elliott. Christian Endeavor--three societies, 6:30 P. M. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Musical program by Prof. James Blough and pupils. VANDERBILT NAZARENE Rev.'A. V. Mountford, pastor-9:30 Bible school; 10:30 morning worship; 6, Y. P. prayer meeting; 6:30, N. Y. P. S. service; topic, "Adjusting Myself to Life." Leader, Mildred Welling; 7:30, evening service. Monday, j:30 P. M., Bible study nt the home of Mrs. Mary McFarland. Wednesday, 7:30 P. M., prayer and testimony meeting. MOUNT ZION BAPTIST Rev. R. D. Epps, pastor--Bible school, 9:30. Devotional, 10:30; lead by the ofllcers. Choir selections at 11. Sermon, 11:30; subject, "Christ, Our Exemplar in Social Christianity." B. Y. P. U., 7 P. M. Union services at the Union Baptist Church, 7:45 P. M. PAYNE A. M. E. H. D. Lowbcr, pastor--Sunday school at 0:30. Preaching at 11; subject, "Labor and Reward." Preaching nt 8; subject, "The Call." Wednesday at 8 P. M., prayer-meet- ir.g. 'Wayside Evangelism," "Songs of the Bible" Lutheran Sermons Congregational singing is featuring the Sunday evening services in Trinity Lutheran Church. Dr. Hetrick is preaching a series of sermons on "The Song of the Bible." Worshippers are being encouraged into more active participation in group singing away from the conventional passive attitude. "Evangelism" is the morning theme. Revival Opens Monday At Evangelical Church Monday evening at 7 o'clock a revival campaign will open at the Evangelical Church with a consecration service conducted by the Young Peoples Society of the church under the leadership ot Miss Pearl King, president. During the service the Lord's- Supper will be administered by the pastor. Services will be held thioughout the week at 7:30 o'clock. Special music will feature every service. Che goKrett (Teak "^'*a«2ts:ts: Lvv^,;* ;·*** '' V. ^ .« ,, . - ' A Mark 1:34--"And he healed many lhat ucrc sick." By DR. ALVIN E. BELL (The International Uniform Lesson on the above topic lor Jan. 23 is Mark 1:29-45, the Golden Text being. Mark 1:34. "And he healed many that were sick. 11 ) IT IS NEVER far from the place of divine worship to the place of service to our fellowmen. So our lesson opens: "And straightway, when they were come out of the synagogue, they came Into the house of Simon and .Andrew, with James and John. Now Simon'.i wife's mother lay sick of a fever: and straightway they tell him of her: and he came and took her by the hand, and raised her up: and the fever lc(t her. ana she ministered unto them." Are we telling the Good Physician of our sick and bringing him to them as did these early followers of our Lord ? How promptly and effectively tlic Lord responds to such appeals of human need: "They tell him of her: and he came, and lock her by the hand, and raised her up." Authority Over Disease In last Sunday's lesson there was displayed Jesus' authority In the realm of doctrine: "They were astonished at his doctrine: for he taught them as one that had authority." His authority even extended to the realm of demons: "For wl-.h authority." they said, "he commandcth even the unclean spirits, and they do obey him." Again he asserts his authority, this time in the realm of disease. Luke the physician tells us that it was "a great fever" with which Simon's wife's mother "was holdcn". and that Jesus "stood over her and rebuked the fever; and It left her." And the word Luk« used here for "rebuked" Is the same word he used to describe Jesus' exercise ot authority over the evil spirit. This authority of Jesus in the realm of disease was displayed on a wider scale at sunset of that busy day. when "they brought unto him all that were sick, and them that were possessed with demons. And all the city was gathered together at the door. And he healed many that were sick with divers diseases, and cast out many demons; and he suffered not the demons to speak, because they knew him." Source- of Authority Jesus, walking among; the rows of sick and afllictcd brought to his door that evening, Is the picture of the Good Physician meeting perfectly a dying world's every need. That sunset marked "the end of a perfect day". How that day and every day of the Good Physician's busy life began, are told us next: "In the morning, a great while before day, he rose up and went out, and departed into a desert place, and there prayed." When his disciples found him, and gently chidcd him for this, as it must have seemed to them, waste of time from a busy day. saying. "All arc seeking thee," he replied, "Let us go elsewhere Into the next towns, that I may preach there also; for to this end came 1 forth." As much as to say, "I know it is to be a busy day, therefore I came forth here to pray." Prayer time Is by no means wasted time, to take time to pray Is to save time for work and to multiply strength for work. The authority Jesus exercised in every realm was purchased by prayer. Our lack of It is explained in the words. "Ye have not because ye ask not. Ye ask ana receive not, because ye ask amiss." Fourth Christ (en'lered Crusade Sermon Sunday At First M. E. Church FIREMEN'S MEMORIAL SERVICE SUNDAY NIGHT AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH "Tne Christ of Ihe Loving Heart" will be the fourth message of the Christ Centered Crusade scries, 'Following the Footprints of Jesus,' now being conducted in the First Methodist Episcopal Church, on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Last week we saw Hib baptized in the river Jordan, reminds Rev, L. S. Elliott, tempted in the winlcrness, performing His first miracle and cleansing the temple. "Sunday morning we shall con- i sidcr the events in Christ's life during the first six months of the second year ot His public ministry, January to early summer of A. D. 28," Rev. Elliott says. Sunday will be known to all crusaders of the church as 100 per cent day. The church school has .set its goal at 500 present. Morning and evening worship so 1 vices have as their goal the doubling and tripling of the attendance of these services respectively. Tho prayer meeting last Wednesday night was more than quadrupled, showriR that many of the objectives of the crusade have already been reached. The crusade will continue until Easier. The evening services which deal with the Teachings of Jesus will cover 15 of the part mount problems of today with Chr srt's answer to each. The theme for Sunday is "What Jesus Teaches About His Church." The annual memorial service of the New Haven Hose Company will be held on Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock a' the First Christian Church. Rev. Merrill L. Cndwell, pastor, will preach the sermon. Members of the hose company and the Firemen's Band will meet at 7 o'clock at the fire station on the West Side and attend the service in a body. The men will wear their uniforms. Juniafa JUNIATA, Jan. 22.--Mr. and Mrs. George Danko and family were visiting in ConneHsviHc on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Mcnart were Uniontown callers Tuesday. Pete Stetch, Jess Madison, Pete McNosky and John Vinclcr were Pittsburgh visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Workman are the parents of a daughter born on Sunday, January 10. It is the ninth child in tiie family. The mother and child arc noing nicely. Joseph, Andrew and George Mar- sinck were transacting business at Uniontown Wednesday. Mrs. Andrew Stiner was visiting friends at Continental Tuesday. Mrs. Klin Ira Baker Expires. SOMERSET Jan. 22.--Mrs. Elmira Geisel Baker, 74, a ro-'dcnt of Windber for 37 years, died Monday at her home after a lingering illness. Her husband. Harry, passed away several years ago. She loaves one son. one daughter, two sisters and two brothers. S. Connellsville Firemen's Service On Sunday Evening The South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Department will hold memorial services Sunday evening .it 7:30 o'clock at the First Evangelical Church Rev. William S. Hair, pas- lor, will preach. The following pro grim will r» rendered. Invocatio i. Hymn, ' When We All Gel to Heaven." Scnpturi' Selection, Men's quartet. Prayer. Piano and Hawaiian guitar duct, Kathl'jon and Harry Trcvitt. Announcements. Solo, Gladys Guard. Offering. Selection, Men's quartet. Address, "God's Call for Men," Rev. Harr, Hymn. "Rock of Ages." Musical reading, "God Called," Florence Piern. Anthem, "Those Lights of Home." Firemen's necrology. Auxiliary necrology and memorial poem, Mrs. Walter Baker. Benediction. Union Baptist Church Opens Revival Monday A revival service will open Monday evening at the Union fiapjist Church with the pastor, Rev. L. H Colvin, in charge. There will be special music, with Mrs. Hurst, nationally k n o w n evangelistic singer, in charge. The public is invited to attend. Mrs, Ella Walker Dies. SOMERSET, Jan. 22.--Mrs. Ellu aiida Walker. 73. of Berlin, died Tuesday at her home. She leavns a son. Her husband. Di. Frank Walker, preceded her in death. From Yesterday's Last'Edition Farewell Party Is Given at Mt. Pleasant For Mrs. D. H. Catt Mrs. Donald H. Catt of Brookline, Pittsburgh, who arrived Wednesday to spend the remainder of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Driscoll in Sycamore street, was feted Thursday evening at a farewell party given by her sisters, Mrs. Lewis A. Harrcr and Miss Martha G. Driscoll at Mrs. Harrer's home in Mount Pleasant. Contract bridge was the diversion of the evening. Seven tables were in play. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Edward Clarke and Mrs. J. Lawrence Fox. The draw prize was won by Mrs. Wilmcr Fox. Mrs. Catt received lovely guest prizes. Appointments in keeping with the coming Valentine season were used, tables being centered with red rosebuds. Lunch was served by the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Richard Copcland, Mrs. Rodger W. McNaughton and Mrs. Walter F. Driscoll, the last of Conncllsville. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Ronald J. Irwin, Miss June Collins, Miss Elinor L. Duggan, Miss Mary Lou Fortney, Miss Caroline Cochran, Miss Carolyn Beuscher, Miss Helen Matthews, Miss Emily Higbce and Mrs. Robert Kerns of this city, and Miss Ida Sicber of Dawson. HIGHLIGHTS OF JEWISH WOMEN'S CONVENTION WILL BE HEARD OVER THE AIR Members who will not be able to attend the triennial convention ol the National Council of Jewish Women which convenes Monday at the William Pcnn Hotel, Pittsburgh, will still have the pleasure of hearing about it over the air. Broadcasts arc: Monday afternoon from 3:30 to 4 o'clock, "There O'ught to Be a Law," legislation round table, Mrs. Samuel Golding, chairman. Tuesday morning from 9 to 9:15 o'clock, an interview between Miss Lillian Malone and Mrs. Arthur Brin, national president. Wednesday, banquet evening, from 9:30 to 10, "Council on Parndo," in five episodes; speakers, George S. Messersmith, assistant Secretary of State. "The Council on the Radio and Newspaper." Thursday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock, daily digest of the proceedings from Pittsburgh by Mrs. Marion M. Miller, executive director of two Pittsburgh radio stations. Members of the local Council of Jewish Women who arc planning to attend the convention are to make reservations with Mrs. M. M. Snyder, president, by Saturday. Telephone 634-R. UMONTOM'N SYNAGOGUE TO MARK ANNIVERSARY The thirty-fifth anniversary of the Tree of Life Synagogue of Uniontown will be celebrated Sunday evening, Fcbruaiy 6. Visiting dignitaries will attend and covers for three hundred will be laid at the anniversary dinner. Plans, in charge of Mrs. N. Ginsberg and Mrs. L. Ncuhauscn, call for the simultaneous celebration of Rabbi Julius Washer's first anniversary of his call to the Uniontown charge. Guests will include Rabbi and Mrs. Julius Washer, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Glessncr, Rabbi Irving M. Walden of, Conncllsvilel, Rabbi Prager of Brownsville, Rabbi Elffant ot Donora, Rabbi Cohen ot Moncsscn, Abe Cohen, past president. ?nd Mrs. Cohen, J. N. Kronick, president of the congregation of the Tree of Life Synagogue; H. Gusky and Mrs. Gusky, president of the auxiliary, and Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan. Dr. Kaplan will be toastmastcr. Dinner will be served by the auxiliary, assisted by a number of Young Judean Club boys. Following the serving of an elaborate chicken dinner, the program will include: Opening remarks--Dr. Ed Kaplan, toastmaster. "America"--Sung by assembly. "In Memoriam"--Rabbi Elcfant of Donora. Invocation--Rabbi Prager, Brownsville. Music--Young Judean Club boys. Remarks--Mrs. H. Gusky, president of the Tree of Life Auxiliary. Greetings--Rabbi Samuel Glas: ncr. Violin solo--Louis Levin. Remarks -- Rabbi Walden, Con- nellsvillc. Music--Meyer Lcvinson. Greetings--Rabbi Cohen of Moaes- sen. Music--Leroy Fienbcrg. Address--J. N. Kronick, president of the congregation. Music--Rita Sterner. Address--Abe Cohen, past president. Response--Rabbi Julius Washer. Special music. Shower for Newlywcils. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Thomas gave a shower Saturday night at their home at South Connellsville in honor of their son and- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Thomas, who weie recently married. About thirty guests were present. The bride-elect received many attractive gifts. At .1 late hour a dainty lunch was served by the bridegroom's sisters, Misses Vesta and Eva Thomas. Junior Ushers Meet. At the regular session of the Junior Ushers Club of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, plans were discussed for a i spring banquet and means for increasing the regular attendance After the meeting, the boys went lo the gym where a game of volleyball was enjoyed. Nell Rose Welling Is'Wedl at Pretty : Church Ceremony io| Charles Poshard Personal Mention Miss Mary Goldsmith of Mount Pleasant is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKenna of North Cottage avenue., Miss Bertha Omalacy, Miss Mary Gallo and Rudolph Mazzalonl motored to Pittsburgh Thursday and visited the KDKA broadcasting station, and friends in Carnegie. Mr. Mazzaloni remained in Pittsburgh, where he is employed. Mrs. Walter Dodson of Hyndman is the guest of Mrs. J. A. DeMuth of East Cedar avenue. Lucy Coffin of Phillips was discharged Thursday from the Uniontown Hospital where she underwent an operation. Tom Phillips of the DcLuxe Cafe and Gus Hillas of. Scottdalc attended a convention of the Western Pennsylvania Restaurant Association Tuesday at the William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh. Miss Arlcne Mac Barber of Alverton spent a week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John W Collins, and an aunt, Miss Mary Olokosky, who resides with the Collins, of this city Mrs Anna Shutsy and Mrs Jean Patterson, both of Brookvale, are serving as jurors at Uniontown this week Mrs. A. J. Boor of Keyscr, W. Va., arrived today to spend the weekend with her sister, Mrs. E. W. Heavner, of Vine street. Miss Hannah Townsend of Dawson spent the day in Pittsburgh. D. E. Long of Sloycstown is visiting-ins son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Scott, of Blackstone avenue. Clinton DeBolt has returned, having visited in Pittsburgh Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Roberts Dennis has resumed her duties in the offices of Dr. Robert Wood and Dr. George Dull following a two-weeks illness. Mrs. Mayme Shannon and daughter, Loutiscla, of Blue Island, 111., are visiting the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Woodward, of South street. Mrs. Zuella Arnold and daughter, Viola, spent the day in Pittsburgh. Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., o£ South Pittsburg street spent the day in Pittsburgh. Mrs. George E. Baker, who has been ill at her home in East Apple street, is slightly improved but still confined to her bed. Mrs. James Dailey Dies During Sleep Mrs. James Dailcy, 92 years old, was found dead in bed Friday morning by her daughter, Mrs. T. R. Francis of 223 East Apple street, with whom she had been making her home for the past eight years. Mrs. Dailey was born In Clarion county, October 12, 1845, the daughter of Rachel and Michael Williams. She was the mother of five children, three sons and two daughters, three of whom survive. A daughter, Mrs. Olive Hammond, died in May, 1921, and a son. Dr. W. F. Dailey, died in May, 1937. Surviving children are James T. Dailcy of Kingwood, W. Va., A. Jerome Dailey of Buckhannon and Mrs. T. R. Francis of this city. There are four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 oelock at Buckhannon with burial in the family cemetery there. SILVER THIMBLE CLUB MEETS AT WILLARD HOME With all members present, the semi-monthly rr.eeting of the Silver Thimble Club, held on Monday afternoon, was o.ie of the most delightful in many months. Mrs. B. H. Wiilnrd of South Ninth street was hostess and planned interesting cn- torUimment for her guests. -Included were guessing contests and bingo, Mrs. William F. Brooks and Mrs. E. C. Louden received prizes for the former diversion, while the bingo award wont lo Mrs. S. U. Morns. Later in the afternoon the hostess served a delicious chicken dinner. Cut flowers were used in decorating. Mrs. L. S. Elliott was a guest. The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, February 2, at the home of Mrs. S. U. Morris, South Eighth street, Greenwood. SUCCESSFUL BENEFIT PARTY IS GIVEN BY P. II. C. A large crowd attended the Protected Home Circle five hundred and bingo-party Thursday night at the P. H. C. Hall in North Pittsburg street. The prizes were awarded to: Five hundred--Maude C. Ho- baush, Uniontown; Annabel Durbin and Mrs. Andrew Gaal. Bingo -- Mrs. Stroup, Clarence Danner and Mrs. Joseph Murphy. Door--Walter Shaw. Special bingo--Mrs. Joseph Murphy, Miss Stella Harrison and Mrs. ShaUenbei gcr. Lunch was served by the committee in charge. MARTHA NORTON CLASS MEETS ,AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Martha Norton Bible Class of thd First Christian Church held its January meeting Thursday afternoon in ^hc church diningroom, Mrs. W. H. Borger, president, presided over a brief business session. Mrs. J. ]L. Kuitz led the devotionals. ' Lunch was served by the January committee, comprising Mrs. R. L. Werner. Mrs. George Blackstone, Mrs George W. Slauftci, Mrs. A. E. Dumbauld, Mrs. A. E. Kuru and Mrs Larmar J. Stiliwagon. The First Methodist Episcopal Church was the scene of a pretty wedding Thursday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock when Miss Nell Rose Welling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edward Welling of 403 East Murphy avenue, became the bride of Charles Harvey Poshard ot New Kensington, son of Mrs. Ida Pearl PosKard of Peorm, 111., in the presence of many guests. Rev. Lawrence S. Elliott, paster, officiated, using the imprcs-. sivc ring ceremony. Palms and ferns . were effectively grouped about the altar. \ Presiding at the organ, Mrs. L. Gi Hoover played "Traumcroi" just before the ceremony, Wagner's wedding march from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party approached the altar, and "I Lovo You Truly" and "At Dawning" during -the exchange .of marriage vows. Immediately after the ceremony Mendelssohn's wedding march was played. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attractive in her wedding gown of white bridal satin styled with a floor-length skirt, long tight sleeves and a liigh neckline. Her finger-tip veil of tulle was held in place with a bandeau ol-rhine- stoncs caught at either side with a tiny cluster of orange blossoms. She oarri' 1 d a shower bouquet of whitc^ Killarney roses and lilies of, the val-~~ ley. Bridcmaids were Miss Ruthella Welling, sister ot the bride, and Mrs. Charles F. Baldwin. Miss Welling was attired in a becoming gown ot maize crepe with a floor-length skirt. Her shoulder corsage was ol talisman roses and acacia, lied with talisman satin ribbon. Mrs. Baldwin chose a striking tunic gown, of aqua moire taffeta with a floor-length skirt, and a shoulder corsage ot yellow roses and acacin, tied with yellow satin ribbon. Botli wore rhinestone bandeaux in their hair. The bride's mother appeared In a gray crepe dress with a small matching turban. Her shoulder corsage was ot gardenias centered with a pink sunkist rose and lied with silver ribbon. King Lcichliter was Mr. Poshard's best man. John O. Welling, brother of the bride, and James J. Cropp ushered. Following an Informal reception, held in the vestibule of the church, a wedding dinner ot twenty- four covers was served at the ho/ne ot the bride. Places for twelve were laid at the prettily appointed bridal table which was centered with a two- tier heart-shaped wedding cake, topped with a tiny bride and bridegroom, and adorned at either end with a mound of yellow and white snapdragons. Similar blooms decorated the other tables. The bride was graduated from the ConneUsville High School, a member of the Class of 1937, and is popular among her many friends. A member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, she has been prominently identified with its young people's activities. The bridegroom, a graduate of the Kingman High School and Bradley College at Pcoria, 111., has a number of friends in Connellsville. A former- employe at the laboratory of A. Overhalt Company, Inc., at Broad Ford, he is now employed in the electrical department of the Porter Sanderson Construction Company at New Kensington, Mr. and Mrs. Poshard left for a wedding trip, destination unvealed. On their return they will reside with (he bride's parents. MRS. L. S. ROBBINS AGAIX HEADS LUTHERAN SOCIETY Mrs. L. S. Robbins was reelccted president ol the Ladies 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. Kooser in Gallatin avenue. Other officers chosen are: Vice-president, Mrs. E. H. Garner; treasurer, Mrs. J. G. Cunningham, both reelected, and secretary, Mrs. Ida Sheeser, who succeeds Mrs. F. J. DeChambcau. Mrs. Robbins presided over the meeting which was exceptionally well attended. The society decided to give a gift of 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 tho annual banquet of tho Connellsville Branch, Pennsylvania State Education Association, Thursday evening, January 27. Mrs. H. C. Hoffman was received as a new member. After the meeting Mrs. Kooser, assisted by Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell and Mrs. E. B. Zimmerman, served a dainty lunch. EMANON CLUB OBSERVES BIRTHDAY OF ME3IBER Mrs. Frank Freeman was honored' with a towel shower in observance of her birthday anniversary Thursday evening by members of the Emanon Club when it met with Mrs. Hugh Stiliwagon at her home in North Sixth jtrect. Mrs. Freeman received many towels. Two tables of auction bridge were in play throughout the evening. Mrs. Earl Weaver received the high bridge prize and Mrs. Homer Kcams. oraw. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Russell Vaughn will entertain the club Thursday evening, February 3, at her home in North First street. MRS. GEORGE BLAIR IS HOSTESS TO M. R. CLUB The M. R. Fancywork Club was entertained Thursday evening by Mrs. George Blair at her home at South Connellsville. Fancywork was the diversion, after which a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Blair. I Guests were Airs. Francis McClain 1 and Mrs. Milfrcd of Scottdalc. | Tne date and hostess for the next I mcctinc will be announced later.

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