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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COTJRTER, CONNELLSVrLUE, PA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1930. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Â·Ve/iearsafs for Junior Culture Club's Play Thursday, February 16, Under Way i Â· Junior Auxiliary Of Vanderbilt Will Meet at Brady Home ncllsville have ingness to cooperate with the Junior Culture Club in the presentation of its production, "Step This Way," ,a mystery musical comedy, Thursday evening, February 16, at the High School Auditorium. With the ai- rival of the professional directors, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. McFadden, rehearsals are under way. A large cast oÂ£ local talent, singers and dancers will appear in the brilliant production that has met with splendid success everywhere. A fascinating mystery in "Step This Way," makes the show unique among musical comedies. Proceeds from the benefit will be S C O T T D A L E LEGION UNIT HAS PROGRAM Mrs. Jessie Brady will be hostess at the February meeting ol the Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt Tuesday night at her home at Vanderbilt. Miss Lola Newmyer will be leader. Miss Mary I/eighty and Mrs. Ellanoir Herron will take part in the program which will be followed by Valentine games. There will be a BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT PLEASANT : for the eye fund. For ten years the ,, peanut sister" valentine box. Junior Culture Club has been buying glasses for school children whose parents, due to circumstances, are unable to buy them. Since October the. young women have obtained 23 pairs and have had seven pairs repaired. By taking care of the eyes of school children many defects are corrected and the sight is improved, thus enabling the child to do better school work. In many cases the sight has been saved. The cooperation oÂ£ the entire community will be appreciated by the club, as well as the children who receive aid. D. of U. V. Observes Lincoln's Birthday A program in observance of Lincoln's Birthday was presented at the regular meeting of Emma B. Goodyear Tent No. 46, Daughters oÂ£ the Union Veterans, held Friday night at Elks Hall. It was: Poems, "If I Had This or That," Mrs. Julia Cossel; "Visions of Lincoln," Mrs. C. B. Furtney; "Lincoln," Mrs. J. B. Kerns; remarks concerning the character of Lincoln, Mrs. Amelia Penrod, Mrs. Sadie McClintock, Mrs. Furtney, Mrs. Cossel, Mrs. Nevada Inks and Mrs. L, B. Gangawere; first portion of Lincoln's first inaugural address, read by Mrs. Penrod; second, Mrs. McClintock; Gettysburg address read by Mrs. Gangawere. Photographs of Lincoln's Memorial Park, Lincoln's Memorial Highway, his monument, the grave ol his mother, Nancy Hanks, the wall around his cabin site, other scenes of the cabin and the hearthstone which Lincoln used as a desk, taken by Mrs. Gangawere's husband, were shown. There was an exchange of valentines. It was announced that Mrs. Rose Cunningham was operated on at the Connellsville State Hospital and is getting along fairly well. M.S. Martin King, also a member, is recovering from an illness. A Martha Washington tea will be held this month at the home of Mrs. C. B. Furtney. Delightful Card Party Given by Lodge Balbo The first social, held this year by jOtige Balbo Aquila D'ltalia, No. 686, was a delightful card party Riven Friday night at the club rooms, Dolumbus Hall, First slrect, West Side. A large crowd wa'i in attend- ince. Prizes for cards w ;re nwarded s follows: High, Miss Rose Sar ponaro; second, Mrs. Philip M. Wills; hird, Miss Anna Trafecanty. Draw iriies were received by Henry Kulli, *oy Cirillo, Mrs. Frances Hamlon, Mrs. Hoy Siesky, Mrs. Edna Wiliams, Mrs. Howard Adams, Miss Theresa Cirillo, .Mrs. William E. De- 3olt, Mrs, Nick Renze, Miss Sue Xmetz, Louis Maricondi and Miss Lleanor Passalnqua. Two special awards, home made cakes, went to tfrs. Edna Williams and Miss Mary Trafecanty. Mrs. Roy Siesky won he door prise. At the conclusion ot the evening a delicious lunch was served oy the committee consisting of Miss Marie Prudente, chairman, Mrs. Maxwell Lizza, Mrs. Laura Fasola. Mrs. Philip M. Wills, Miss Kathpryn Lapera, Miss Cecelia Tacconi, Miss Carmel Hull! and Miss Frances Cuper- afiffi. U. B. MttSSIONERS GIVE THANK OFFERING PROGRAM The annual thank offering was held in conjunction with the regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First United Brethren Church Friday night at the church Mrs, Elmer A. Schultz, president was in charge of the business and appointed Mrs. Ernest T.' Whipkey Miss Katherine Bungard, Mrs. Grace Coughenour, Mrs. H. S. Sechlcr anc Mrs. G. E. Graft members of a nominating committee. Mrs. William Lawson, stewardship secretary read a paper, "Being Our Best in Our Home." The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. H. C. Shippy, thank offering secretary. A worship program followed. Mrs. J. W. Collins and Mrs S. K. Huey sang a duet as the thank offering was being presented, playlet, "Mrs. Thankful," was presented as follows: "Voice of coins," Mrs. Shippy; voice of mission fields, Miss Jean Ostcrwlse; voice of societies," Mrs. Ernest Wbipkey. Mrs. Collins entertained with a vocal solo, "In the Secret of His Presence." Mrs. Sarah Listen was at the piano. Mrs. S. L. Fletcher was in charge of the second chapter of the mission study, "Untouchable/' Papers were read as follows: "What it Means to Be an Untouchable," Mrs. John F. Kooscr; "The Conversion of an Untouchable," Mrs. G. R. Zimmerman; "Those Living in the Untouchable Fields," Mrs. Listen. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Schultz. "Business Meeting Is Followed by Bridge and Bingo Games. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST ' Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 4.--Thorrns A. Lewcilyn Post Auxiliary held an interesting meeting Thursday eve- I ning in the Legion home. At the business meeting, reports were given on "Rehabilitation," by Mrs. Clayton Uber; "Community Service," by Mrs. Stanley Rowe; and "Coupons," by Mrs, Fred Lewcllyn. Two chorus numbers, 'Tor God and Country," nnd "To the Auxiliary," were fea'.ured; and two vocal solos by Mrs. P.ay Martz, accompanied by Mrs. Walter Edge; and cornet solos by Walter Edge, Jr., were presented. Bridge and bingo were enjoyed after the business meeting, with prizes won by Mrs. J. P. K. Miller and Miss Sally Ann Rowc. At the close there was a social hour, with the following committee in charge: Mrs. John Bixler, Mrs. Hazel Bixler, Mrs. Fred Collins, Mrs. Gladys Fretts, Mrs. Donald C. Keister and Mrs. Von Hoffman. The juniors will be entertained at a Valentine party Thursday, February 36. Christian Endeavor Day. Christian Endeavor Day will be observed at the United Brethren Church at both the morning and evening services Sunday. At (he morning service Eev. H, E. Richer, evangelist of Peru, Ind., will be the speaker. In the evening the Christian Endeavor Society will have charge of the service. An interesting program will be presented. FOILING AN END KEEN O/UIDSMEN CAN sometimes sec, as soon as the dummy goes down, that the declarer can squeeze them later on or catch them in a lead-throwing end play, unless radical measures are taken at the outset to prevent it. Even if the trick scored by such a procedure does not mean the difference between making and defeating the contract, it can be vitally important in tournament play, perhaps the difference between top and bottom on the deal. 4 WANDA BEIGHLEY HOSTESS TO MISSIONARY SOCIETY Miss Wanda Beighley of West Crawford avenue was hostess to the Anna Duncan .Missionary Society of the First United Presbyterian Church. Miss June Lowery had charge ot the dcvotionals. Owing to the absence o f ' t h e president, Miss Grace Gilpin, who is ill of scarlet fever, Miss Harriet Dunn conducted the business meeting. It was announced that letters of thanks had been received from mission stat.ons to which the society sent Christmas boxes. After the meeting games were played, the prize being won bv Miss Beta TrUIIi-Y Meets. Miss Ida HickerneU led the discussion on rules, and "Do You Find It Difficult to Study?" at the meeting held by the BeU Trt-Ki-Y in the Y. M. C. A. Thursday evening. Virginia Earle was elected a new member of the club. Chimney Fire. The Scottdale Volunteer Fire Department answered a call at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon for a chimney fire at the home o; Mrs. Rachel Cable of North Scotidale The fire was extinguished on arrival of the Bremen. Sacred Concert. The Presbyterian Male Chorus of Connellsville will give a sacred musical concert at 7:3f! o'clock Sunday evening at the First Baptist Church. George Lning. a former resident of Scottdale, is director of the choru^. A s 3 2 V K 9 8 Â» K Q 10 7 4. A. K -4 (Dealer: East. Neither side vulnerable.) East opened here with 1-Heart, South doubled. North bid 2-Dia- mondg, South a rather fancy and daring 2-No trump and North 3-No trump. South felt this was probably sound, since whatever his partner held outside of diamonds was almost sure to be in spades, in view o/ East's heart bid and hla own club holding. When West opened the heart 6, East felt that his own failure to double the contract necessitated his setting It at least two tricks in order to get anything but Â» score. He could count on getting either two or three tricks in hearts, one in diamonds and probably one in club;, which would likely be the tnck with which he would be thrown into the lead and would have to lead into the spade tena.cc. So ho strained to get his partner into the lead. South let East hold the first trick with the heart J. East then led the Q, which South had to win or else later lose his K, He led the diamond K to East, who tnen made his sortie, a lead of the heart 2, hoping West had led from the 10-8-5. West won with the 10 and led the spade 5 to the Q and K. East now cashed the heart A and returned a spade to the A. Declarer took three diamonds and two clubs, then lost a slub at the end, going down two -jistead of only one. Monday's Problem A K Q J 8 7 V 7 Â« A S , Q J 10 6 3 A 3 V K 10 a 6 Â« Q 9 6 2 * A . K 7 5 A 30 5 .V A Q J 6 3 Â« JC J 10 5 1 * 8 (Dealer: East. Both sides vulnerable.) If East bids 1-Club on thia deal. South 1-Henrt and West a very hazardous 1-Spade, what ia the soundest further coursa of the auction? Copjricbt ;?39, by King Peanuei Srcdicite. Inc. Victoria's Kin? Communion Service. Sunday being the first in the month, the communion service will Helen Trenberth. At a. late hour a be held and a welcome extended delicious lunch was served Mrs. J. Earle Hildebrand and Mrs Carl Beighley were guests. The meeting was Friday night. LENTEN PROGRAM OUTLINED BV REV. C. GEORGE SHTJPE The Church Work Society oÂ£ Trinity Reformed Church met Thursday nigh', at the home of the president, Mrs. George H. Shumakcr, South Eighth street, Greenwood. Routine business was transacted. Rev. C. George Shupe, pastor, outlined tne program for the church Lenten season. Mrs. B. F. Wagaman, chairman of the program committee, was in charge of the program which consisted of current events topic. A dflicious lunch was served by the hostess. Valentino appointments prevailed. Several guests, all of this city, were present. MRS. A. W. KERNS HOSTESS TO THURSDAY SEWING CIRCLE The Thursday Afternoon Sewing Club wos entertained Thursday alt- errtoon by Mrs. A. W. Kerns at her home in South Eighth street, Green- wooc'. The afternoon was spent at piecing quilts. One new member, Mrs. J. H, Hilsen, was received. At the close of the meeting the hostess served a delicious lunch. Eight members and two guests were present. A flower was sent to Mrs. Joel Vernon, who is ill. The next meeting will bo held at the home of Mrs. Hilsen, 115 West Fayette street. REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN- MISSIONARY WOMEN MEET The Women's Missionary Society of the Reformed Presbyterian Church held itt monthly meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Samuel Fornwalt at Wheeler. The theme for discussion was ''Stewardship and Missions." After the business session a social hour was enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, June, and Mrs. J. V, Cunningham. CIVIC CHORAL SOCIETY WILL REHEARSE SUNDAY The Civic Choral Society of Connellsville, directed by Miss Helen Keil, will meet for a special rehearsal Sunday evening at the Orpheum Theatre. The rehearsal will begin promptly at 8:30. The chairman of the theatre pro- giam requests the members to have complete reports on ticket sales to date. Golden Rule Class Meets. The Golden Rule Class of the First United Brethren Church was- de- lightftiily entertained Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Bert Shipley. Scripture was read by the prejjaenl, Mrs. Ada Minerd. Â· At the contusion an interesting program Â·. as new members at the morning service at the First Baptist Church. Rev. Roy E. Whittcmore is pastor. Begin Revival Sunday. Revival services will begin* Sunday evening at the EvanReUcal Church. Meetings will be held each evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. D. A. Mirnr, pastor ot thf church, will have charge of the services. Cr. G. A. Collins, former district superintendent ot the Pittsburgh District, will preach Friday and most of the evening the follow.ng week. New State Rule A f f e c t s Burial Regulations providing that all cases of cancer and diabetes be reported to the State Health Department by physicians and another ruling pertaining to burials hove been promulgated by the advisory board of the State department. Blanks arc to be furnished by the State Health Department upon which reports are to be made, the responsibility of submitting the report resting upon the attending physician. Information to be given includes the name of the patient, the age, sex, color, martial state, nativity, and, in the case of cancer, the location ol the primary growth, its approximate duration and intormalion relative to diagnosis and operations, if any. Throue'\ these reports, the department expects to furnish leads to state nurses and free advice offered to the needy. It was pointed out that with a record at Harnsburg of all cases reported by local physicians, it will be an easy task to compile the exact status of each disease, Under changes in rules affecting undertakers, sextons and others concerned, the depth of graves in any public or private cemetery are to be at least five feet, instead of six feet, except where solid rock or water may be encountered, in which cases, DUNB/.R, Feb. 4.--The Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian Church held an interesting meeting last Sunday evening. "This Church and Our Denomination" was the topic, with Annadel Herron as leader. Mrs. Jane Bowden gave a short history of. the church. Mrs. Milton Williams read an excerpt concerning the Presbyterian denomination. Special music included a vocal' quartet "The Church In the Wildwood 1 ' and a solo, "Our Dear Church," by Evelyn Robbins. In studying the history of the church U was .found that Miss Jennie Watt is the only living charter member. After the meeting the society went to Miss Watt's home and presented her with a plant. The meeting tomorrow will be featured with a talk by Robert Hennie, president of the Fayette County Union of Christian Endeavor. Everyone is welcome. ] Mardi Gris Planned. ' Alary of Mount Virgin Lodge met Thursday evening in Junior Hnll with the president, Mrs. Anthony De- Ore, in charge of the business meeting. A report on the cord party, held recently, v.'as heard. The women decided to hold a "mardi eras" along with the men's lodge February 2], This is an annual affair and always poves quite interesting ns each member masquerades and prizes are awarded for the best. Carrie Giobbl. Mrs. Anthony DeOre. Mrs. James DIBlasio and Mrs. John Lanzi were appointed ns a committee to plan for the "mardi Rras." A report was given tli.it a q u i l t will be awarded that night. It is being displayed at Reeds dairy bar. After the business meeting a social hour wos enjoyed. Members played "bunco." Among the prize winners were Dolly Spcency, Elviro ITAngelo, Mrs. James D'Blasio and Mrs. Giobbi. Entertains Card Club. Mrc. John Sansone entertained a card club at her home Thursday evening. The evening was spent playing "Take in Hearts." Prizes were won by Mr;; Gerald Rossi and Maxwell Liy.za. After the cards were played the hostess served a lunch. The table decorations were in red and green. Mr. and Mrf. George Morrell of Conncllsville were guests and will entertain the club Thursday evening. February 1G. Directs Minstrel. Alfred Hampton is directing n min- Speclal to Tho Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 4.--The junior class of Hurst High School presented its annual class play entitled "Almost/Eighteen," Friday eve- nihg in the high school auditorium resignation oÂ£ Rev. George C. Booth last summer. To Begin Revival. Revival services will be evened at the Church of God Sunday evening and will be /continued for several .veeks. Mrs./Edith Lightfritz of Eli- ivood City wfl conduct the congregational song service eacii evening. Rev. V. O. Barnhart, pastor of the church, will preach each evening ftom the Book of Romans. Radio Drama at Church. A radio drama will be piesented at 7 o'clock Sunday evening in the First Evangelical and Reformed mder the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth | Church instead of. the regular cve- M. Russell of the school faculty. I ning meeting. Taking part in the play were Society to Meet. Audrey LaVelle, Jean Boshdosh, Wendell Keck, Marjorie Clausr.er, The Missjonaiy Society of t h e ' United Brethren Church will hold its Clyde Cook, Madeline Glover, Adah Bell Blystone, Helen Reckner, Maiy Honse, Arden Miller, George Loughner and Glenn Harr. All-Day Meeting. An all-day meeting of the district of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held Wednesday in the Methodist Episcopal Church. This district includes Scottdale, Alverton, Tarrs-Ruffsdale and Mount Pleasant. Music Club Rehearsal. The regular rehearsal of the Mount Pleasant Music Club will be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in the Reunion Presbyterian Church. Rehearsals will be begun at this meeting for the Palm Sunday vesper service. Covered-Dish Dinner. A covered-dish dinner will be held at 6 o'clock Monday evening by-the Otterbein Guild of the United Brethren Church at the church. A business meeting and program will also be held. Legion Auxiliary Meeting. The regular meeting of the auxiliary of the James E. Zundell Post will he held Tuesday evening at the Legion rooms. New Pastor in Pulpit. Rev. George D. Wolfe of West Sunbury, who was recently chosen pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, will preach his first sermon Sunday. Rev, Wolfe is also pastor oÂ£ St. John's Middle Lutheran Church. The church has been without a pastor since the regular meeting Thursday evening at the church. To Begin Extension Course. The second of a series of extension schools for the term will open Wednesday evening in Ramsay High School. The school is held each Wednesday night during its terra. It is conducted by the University of Pittsburgh. Rev. D. E. Daniel Called. Rev. D. Earl Daniel, pastor of the Charleroi Presbyterian Church, has been extended a call by the First Presbyterian Church at Holyoke, Mass. Madame Lucie In K Paris court, this woman, who identified herself na Madame Lucie, presented her claim to being the granddaughter of the late Queen Victoria of England. It's Different BECAUSE:-Father J o h n ' s Medicine is n o t "just another cold remedy " It not only helps b r e a k up colds, but builds up the body. Rich In vitamins, it increases resistance to colds and other infections. Keep it on hand and use it at the first sign of a cold. ' PROVEN MERIT: 84 Years' Use shows Great Value. First Outrages Only Test. BERLIN. Feb. 4--Julius Streicher, Germany's Xo. 1 Jew-baiter, warned German Jews at a huge anti-Semetic rally that the burning of synagogues and plundering of Jewish stores last November WPS ''just a little test ' Miss Harper Ansu:ncs Duties. Miss Elirabcth nllrpcr, Bed Cross nur=\ has tnkcn charge of her work in this district and will be at the office at the Postoiltce from 1 to 2:30 o'clock each afternoon with the exception of Saturday. ELOISE STltATT.V LICENSED TO WED WILLIAM O'TOOLE William Paul O'Toole of this city and Miss Eloisc Belle Strawn of South Eighth street. West Side, took out a marriage license at Cumberland, Md. Others licensed at the Maryland city were Harry Floyd Twigg of FJintstone and Thelma Jessie Seiders of Connellsvillc, Ira Dwight Heckler and Mary Catherine Swartz of Somerset and Charles Wilson Burley and Roselln Jean Valentine of Meyersdale. Marriage Announced. Announcement is made 01 the presented by members of the dabs, the minimum depth may be not' Lunch was served, appointments be- less than four feet from the natural ing with the Valentine season. Nino ! sjrface of the ground. Exception is members and live guests were pros- made in the interment oC children under four years of age, a minimum of three and one-half feel being established m these cases. Disinterment from the original place of interment is prohibited except on a permit issued by the local registrar, the person making application for ^uch permit to furnish the correct name, date and cause ol death, under another regulation. Disinterment for the purpose of autopsy also is prohibited unless written consent is obtained- from the ncxt-of-k n or by an 01 dcr from a court of competent juried.ction. Use of power sho\rls or disnlcrment al- i.'-o i c prohibited Painters--Architects--Contractors and Builders should specify- MAN O'WAR Ultra-Spar Varnish because it has ... Â· More SPEED Â· More PROTECTION Â· More DURABILITY Â· More ELASTICITY Â· More HARDINESS Â· More RESISTANCE Â· More GLOSSINESS Â· More PALENESS You can immerse Man O'War Ultra Spar Varnish in boiling water for seven hours without damage! Close Out! WALL PAPERS Closing out high grade wall papers to make room for new spring patterns arriving daily. roll M.BERNARDO 5 10c WALL PAPER PAINT CO. 109.118 W. Apple St Phone 968. ConncllsviUe, Pa. strcl for the benefit Scouts. Rehearsals of the were Boy held marr.age of Miss Lori nine Craig, daughter of Gcoige Craig of Paradise and Chelsea Armel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curt.s Arme! ot Bridgeport. Mr. Armel nnd bride are residing for the present with the former's parents Wlll Meet Monday Night. Friendship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters, will meet in tegular session Monday night at ElkÂ« Hall The ', nc is 7-30. Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Junior Hall. Any persons desiring io t.iko part are to get in touch with Mr. Hampton. Mission Holds Supper. A roast beef supper held by the Dunbar Mission nt the home of Mrs. Charles Hall Thursday evening was a successful one. This supper was piepared by the Sunday school workers of the mission. Funds derived arc to be used for a Sunday school building. As yet sufficient money has not been raised for this purpose but it is hoped with the cooperation of all they may be realized soon. Raymond Hitchcook ot Vanderbilt has charge oC the Dunbar Mission. To Entertain Auxiliary. Mrs. Walter Reynolds will be hostess to the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening at her home in Connellsville street. All members are requested to be present and to remember that a "pot luck" dinner will be served. A social hour has been planned for the remainder of the evening. Fruit for Patient. Mrs. Gerald Rossi and daughter, Amelia, Mrs. Bedy Lizza, Mrs. Frank Bruno and Mrs: John Sansone went to Uniontown Tuesday evening to vibit Mrs. Frank Santo who lias jusl D I N E A N D DANCE "THE MAYFLOWER" Route 339, Evcrson. Pa.. Saturday, February 4 To Frtdic Iligtins and His 7Iii.sic Masters. returned from Uniontown Hospital after having an operation. The women presented Mrs. Santo with a largo basket, dccor.itcd in red and white c " i p h a n c , and filled with fruit. Other Items of Interest. Gary Owens, son of Mrs. W.liam McClain, is improved after being ill at his home for the past week. Myitle Stafford of Connellsvillc was a visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. H. B. Ainslcy was a business | caller in Uniontown Thursday. Mr. ;:nd Mn,. Silas A. May of Con- nellsMllc t,nd Joseph Ebeiharter of Dawson were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Smith ^hursday evening. Alex Portci and Charles Hardy molort'ri to Brownsville Friday. G.bson Hardy of Unior.town is spending a few days with relatives nnd fiicnds. CRYSTAL BALLROOM Fairbanks, Anoeda Club Presents RAY MAUVIN'S ORCHESTRA Saturday, Feb. 4th Admission 35c "J^HAT'S what many CoiinellsviHe ../ women have said about GoocVivin cleaning . . . nnd you'll agree, -when you see vrhnt an excellent job Tre actually do. "We do all kinds . .. clothing 1 , nigs, drapes, at very reasonable prices. AH work called for nnd delivered at no extra charge. PHONE 813 GOODWIN CO. Cleaners , Dyers CONNELLSVILLE, PA. (nc. T O be popular and receive ap- qnet is unworthy of special attention. But the man may well boast whose home life is such that he is popular at his own breakfast table. ewe, II9-I23S. PITTSBURGH ST. CQWNEUSVlliE, FA. "I Employ No Agents cr Solicitors"