The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 6, 1939 · Page 2
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February 6, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. I'HJU DAiJ^Y COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. MONDAY,, FEBRUARY 6, 1039. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Mary Catherine Venersky Becomes Bride Of Philip G. Schomer at Chu.rch~Wedding The marriage of Miss Mary Cath- I with a · yellow ribbon. . · Donald erine Venersky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Venersky ot Pittsburgh, and Philip Gerald Schomer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schomer ol Grandview avenue, was solemnized Saturday morning at 8 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church. o£ this city. Rev. Henry Geibel, pastor, officiated. The bride wns beautifully attired road. Schomer, brother of the groom, was best. man. Misss Jennie Cuneo, church organist, played the wedding march and nuptial'music'during mass. Arcadell's "Ave Maria" was played during the wedding ceremony. Following the ceremony a delicious weddinc breakfast was served at the Old--Homestead on the - Pennsville in a royal blue velvet gown with accessories to match. She carried a bouquet of white roses 'and lilies of the valley, lied with white satin ribbon. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Donald Kessler, wore a beige and japonica dress with japonica accessories, and carried a bouquet of tea roses, tied - On their return from a honeymoon trip, Mr. and Mrs. · Schomer will be at home at 226 East Fail-view avenue. Among the out-of-town guests, in addition to the bride's parents, were William T. Venersky, brother of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Engle, all of Pittsburgh. Junior Culture Club Members Plan Dinner For Meeting 1 Tuesday Al 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, a casserole dinner wiil be served to members of the Junior Culture Club i rangcments for the initial class re- ICIossof 1934 Is P l a n n i n g Reunion Approximately twenty-five mem- , bers of the Class of 1934 attended } BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 6, Threa! of Rattlesnake Drape Brings Divorce the class meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon with the president, Harold Sager presiding. The meeting was called to make ar- j Daniel Hill sought a divorce, charg- ser'-ed Hill brought the viper home p-cl threatens . her with it but--by way of poetic justice--"prodded the snake to arouse its ire and was him- seli bitten." Rail Income Off. WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. -- Class ing abandoment but his wifge said if I me railroads had a net operating in- of $372,846,314 in 1938, the As- at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Hotsesse.s tire Mrs. James R. Lc\vellen, chairman, Mrs. Clarence O. Yaw, Miss Josephine Harry, Miss Emiiy McCann, Miss Helen Robinson, Mrs. Laura Alguire, Mrs. K. E. Miller ;ncl Mrs. Thomas J. Newmycr. union this spring. Mr. Sager appointed . Craig as class/ treasurer and ap- j pointed two committees, one to con- l tact members to obtain their opinion on a class reunion and the other to find a suitable site ior the affair. The first committee comprises she left it was because he threatened to drape her with a rattlesnake, complete with 14 rattles. Hubert S. ] In a cr °ss bill, Lelia Reno Hill as- sociation of American Railroads reported. This contrasted with $590,203,896 in 1937. '/ Files Divorce Libel. yjNIONTOWN, Feb. G.--Charging deterlion, Howard A. Layton o£ Con- mjllsville filed a suit in divorce again;' r'...-garer~E. -Layton of'Con- nellsville township whom he married February 23, Ifl23, in Cumberland, "Id. The husband said that on January 21, 1937, while he was at work his wife left him and, since, has refused to return . and -reestablish their home. A business session, in charge of ! Miss Eugenia M. Dick, secretary, the president, Miss Lois Keffer, will I chairman, Miss Martha G. Driscoll, follow. The chairman of the ticket ! committee requests members to report at this meeting on the sale of tickets for the benefit play,. Thursday night, February 15. Miss Margaret Vcrnon is arranging art interesting program of-entertainment. Virginia Scott, Miss Nettie Lee Whipkey, Thomas Deneen and Meivin Wingrove and' the second, Mr. Sager, Dais Patterson snd Miss Jeanne VanNatta. Reports will be given by the committees at the second, meeting, scheduled for Sunday,. 1 March 5, at the . M. C. A. ' Anna Mae Bailey Of Leisenring Weds Mt. Pleasant Man Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bailey of Leisenring No.. 1 announce' the marriage of their daughter, Miss Anna Mae Bailey, to Clarence A. Gearhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gearhart of Mount Pleasant.- The ceremony, marked by quiet simplicity, took place Thursday, -February 2, at the home of the officiating minister, Hev. D. C. White, pastor of the Brethren Church of Mount Pleasant. The bride was attired in a navy blue tailored suit with matching accessories. Miss Lillian White and Wilmer Eicher, both of Mount Pleasant, were the only attendants. Mrs. Gearhart was graduated from. Dunbar Township High School with the Class of 1936, and for the past two years has been employed by the Union Supply. Company at Leisenring. Mr. Gearhart was graduated in 1934 from Ramsay High School and is employed by Bryce Brothers Glass Factory at Mount Pleasant. A wedding dinner was served Saturday at the Gearhart home, places being laid for the two immediate families. Mr. Gearhart and bride will reside at Mount Pleasant. Local Women Will Take Part in Annual World Day of Prayer The Connellsville Missionary Federation will observe, .the annual World., Day of Prayer Friday, February 24, at the First Methodist Protestant Church. Morning devotions will be held at 10:30 o'clock and at 1:30 o'clock a short business session will be held. The day of prayer program, "Let Us Put Our Lovo Into Deeds and Make it Real,", will be given at the afternoon devotionals, beginning at 2 o'clock. The same program will be used by women all over the world. Each hour that day Christian women of different denominations in every country will pray. U. B. WIN ONE CLASS \\TLL MEET TUESDAY The regular meeting of the Win One Class of the First United Edward McGill Will Play At Mozart Meeting Edward McGill, talented young pianist, will be guest soloist at the Mozart Music Club meeting this evening at 8 o'clock at the club rooms in Carnegie Free Library. Mrs. Thelma Christy Smith has charge of the varied musical program to be presented. Mrs. Douglas K. Mcllvaine, president, will preside over the business session at which time names will be submitted for membership. JENNIE CLLER IS FETED ON HER 10TH BIRTHDAY Twenty-one little friends of Jennie Miller gathered at her home in Davidson avenue Saturday afternoon and assisted her in celebrating her; 5; PRISCILLA CIRCLE WILL CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY A covered-dish dinner at 6 o'clock Thursday will mark the 27th anniversary of the Priscilla Sewing Circle. The affair will be held at the home of Mrs. Roy B. Otto in East Crawford avenue. DAWSON W, C. T. U. PLANS FRANCES WBLLARD PROGRAM The Woman's. Christian Temperance Union of Dawson will meet at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. H. Moore. The date is Tuesday. A Frances Willard program will be presented. tenth birthday anniversary. The afternoon was delightfully spent at games. Prizes were won as foiloxvs: Name guessing contest, Mary Hannah Martz and Gloria DePolo; radio program, Arline Miles: Chinese checkers and bingo, Mary Jo McCartney, Rutii Crouse, Irene Adams and Mary Hannah Martz. Miss Helen McCoy hnd charge of the games. After the games the children sang "Happy Birthday." Jennie then opened many packages which contained lovely and useful gifts. A dainty lunch was --erved by Mrs. L. A. Glover, aunt of the little honuree. The table '.vas adorned with a birth- Brethrcn Church will be held Tues- da ' eakc . P'ctWy decorated with ten PARTY WILL SUPPLEMENT ATHENS TEMPLE MEETING Athens Temple No. 80, Pythian iiers, w i l l meet a'. 7:30 o'clock} Tuesday evening at Elks Home. A party for members will follow the meeting With Mrs. Ernest Holms. I The Ever Faithful Class of the j Sunday school of the First Evan- i gelical Church of South Connellsv'.lle will meet at 7 o'clock Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Ernes'. Helms. Rcbokahs Will Mccl. Edna Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Hail. day evening at the church with Mrf. Fred Moon and Mrs. J. R, Dunston hostesses. Mrs. I. W. Tissue be !he leader of the topic, "Effects of Unhappy Homes." The committee, consists of the following: . Miss Elizabeth Gorsuch, Mrs. Harry Gause,"Mrs. Dale Whipkey, Mrs. Eva Mitchell, Mrs. Alberta Brothers and Mrs. George Santmycr. Y. T. C. GIVES FAREWELL PARTY FOK ROBERT FIKE ! ance Council gave a farewell party Gleaners Class Marks 17th Anniversary The Gleaners Class of the Church of the Brethren celebrated its : in honor of Robert Fike Friday night icvcnteenth anniversary with a covered-dish luncheon at 6:15 o'clock Friday night at the social room of the :hurch. Places were laid tor forly- :ne, including four guests from TJn- iontown. Guests were Marian Miller, Sarah Catherine Fcnstcrmachcr', Mary Hannah and V.'tlma Mart:, Marion Dc- Lozier, Audrey Griffith, Gloria Smith, Asks /or New Trial. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 0.--Motions to | set aside a directed verdict and for ! a new trial were filed with Prothono- tary John J. Brr.dy by Fourco Glass j Company, defendants in an action Lois and Irene Adams, Dolores · brought by Qucrtinmont Glass Com- Baushmun, -M.ir.iorie Gr.'O', Mary Jo i pany to secure paymant for natural McCartnc". Virginia and Evelvn i K as - Judge H. S. Dumbnuid directed Bea!. Gloria DePoio, Donna Dean ! ;1 verdict of S11.55C.22. Dushnw. Ccncvievc Houck. JBc'.ti- G:irlcl3 and Arlinc Miles. and Camill; Rut!) Crou Will Meet Tonlcht. ,,, , , ,,.,. . . , , , _ ; The Catherine Von Bora Biblp _Thc^Laurcl H.1, Souths Temper-j c,,,,, of Trinity Lull,,TM Church Music was furnished by the Con- ncllsville String Ensemble. Mrs. F. A. Myers, Mrs. Coliett, Mrs. A. R. Pirl and Mrs. Hazel PorlerSeld were will hold its monthly o'clock tonight ,,[ the home of Misses i ora ' 01 '. E. R. Solomon Dcud. Edward R. Solomon, it World War veteran, /onneriy of Unionlown and j Pittsburgh, was found dead Wcdnc.-- j day at the horn'.- jf his brother. J. A . ; Solomon, nt H-imiiton, Ohio, where I lie had bctm living. He was a dec- i at his home on the Connellsvillc- i F i ortnc ,., Emrna ond Aclclinc Snvdcr Leisenring road. During the eve- ! a t yu3 Wcst M u r p h v , v . cnue . " ning he was presented with a brief [ ' case, a gift from the union. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Harper and Mrs. William Fikc. Games ! 7 co-hostesses. Later in the evening a business i College, session was held. Mrs. J. G. Sleigh- i ler, president, presided. in keeping with the Valentine season were enjoyed and later in the evening a dainty lunch xvas served. Mr. Fike will go to Waynesburg Tuesday to attend Waynesburg SMOCK WOMAN IS HONORED ON NINETIETH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Clark Hagerty of Smock celebrated her 90th birthday Sunday at her home at Smock, a farr.ily dinner being served in honor of the happy occasion. A member of one of Fay- ctte county's pioneer families, Mrs. Hagerty has lived in the same residence for the past sixty-eight years. G. I. A. TO GIVE SUPPER FOR MEMBERS, FAMILIES First U. B. Mi-elinc*. The Otterbcin Guild will meet fit ! :30 oVlnck tonight at the home ot ! Miss Jean Hoover, East Washington , avenue. An important feature ot the · mtcting will be reception of new ' members. ! The Goodfcllov.-5))ip Cla?.-, will ·' meet Friday night nt ihs church. I Licensed to Joseph Bzik of Marry. : Lciser.ring ; How Women in Their 40 7 s Can Attract Men t a, » o w o r r j about hot QlRtiM, low o[ p«p, rftury »n*ll» UPW nrrv«, .nJaoo.!/ aSS. ^ JUit set mor, rrf«b air. ft hr». »!r*n ind If you :,c,d rt'.Uble "WOMAN'S" toilc Jik« l.ycif. E. Hak.iim-i V.s.ublt Compound, !»*.!·.· "» TM 1 «ll» /«·«"»»«. II b«lia ft.tur. Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A.. I and M;iry Snvajje of Uniontown j to the B. o£ L. E., will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Elks Home. A covered-dish supper for members and their 'families will be served at 6 o'clock". A party, planned for friends and which was to have been held Wednesday evening, has been postponed to a later date. Sharing the anniversary celebration with her were her two daughters, [ FIREJ'SN'S AUXILIARY WILL Mrs. Violet McCay of Grindstone and" .Robert C. Hagerty, who reside at home; two grandchildren and three " great-grandchildren. Mrs. Hagerty, the former Laura McDougaJ of Franklin township, is gifted with excellent health, despite her advanced age, and well informed on current topics of the day, in which she maintains an active and untiring interest. McCKUM TRAINING SCHOOL TO OBSERVE OPEN HOUSE - From 2 to 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon, "open house" will be observed at the McCrum Community Center, UnionUwn. Tea will be · served during the afternoon. To carry on effectively its work, McCrum center is in need of table linen and bedding, particularly bed . sheets :md other household- articles. An opportunity will be given to inspect tie building and the work done among the less privileged persons of .the community. .. Miss Bessie Van Scyoc is superintendent o£ the center. Morgantown Dentist Weds. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Margaret Eberhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Eberhart of New Geneva, and Dr. Ralph C. Hager of Morgantown, W. Va., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hager of New Geneva. The ceremony took place Saturday, February 4, at Elkins, W. Va.. v.-ith Rev. O. A. Linger, pastor of the First Baptist Church of that city, officiating. The couple will reside at Morgant^wn, where the bridegroom practices dentistry. HOLD SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company has been called Ior 6:45 o'clock tonight at the firemen's room. A card party will follow. First .M. E. Events. The men's recreational hour of the First Methodist Episcopal Church is scheduled for 7:30 o'clock tonight at the church. The J. O. C. Class will meet at B o'clock Wednesday night at the church. Mrs. F. W. Jones is chairman. Other members of the committee are Mrs. L. E. WolUng, Mrs. E. O. Brown, Mrs. Clemmer, Mrs. J. A. Cowgill, MIT. Cunningham and Miss Anna Hyatt. A meeting of the Sunday school board will be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday night. The junior, choir will meet for rehearsal at 6:30 o'clock Thursday night. . The' Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. M. Evans, East Crawford avenue. The time is 1:30. Mrs. John H. Dawson will be hostess at the February meeting of the Fidelis Class at 7:30 o'clock Friday night at her home in West Green street. Mrs. Dawson, chairman, Mrs. Frank R. Sweeney, Mrs. Heirs, Mrs. Springer, Mrs. Mitchell and Miss Martha KaufCrnan compose the committee. . . - . L . . . 1 1 1 ^ ^ J l l , i l ( ^ v J L O l l l U I U U ^ V l l tOlnlt lltlt O f t t D HCCO ii were licensed to wed at Uniontown. I Pinkharo'i » WELL wcm j Will Meet Tuesday^ Coke Hogion Division. Ladies Auxiliary to Railway Conductors will meet at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Class Meeting Announced. The E. B. -Martin Bible Class of the First Baptist Church will hold its regular meeting Thursday evening at the church. Mrs." A. C. -Sticke!, Palmer and Mrs. Pir Hostesses are Mrs. · Charles ' Past Chiefs to Meet. Mectlns Announced. j The Past Chiefs Association of The regular meeting of Saint Omar Friendship Temple ,\'o. 25, Pvthian Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta will be held Friday nicht Odd Sisters', will meet Tuesdiiy the home of Mrs. Cor; South Conncllbvilio. iiv evening at Fealhors, VAiUIS .$89.05 NOW $59.95 la aJi our experience ot selling washers we've never offered such a value as this. Imagine--buying- a beautiful, gleaming white new General EJeccric Washer, with large clothes capacity of eight pounds, at this record low price! ·.Don't delay an. instant to get yourself this wonderful new washer and cash in on the big saving. Come to our store today-or phone us for a free dem* onstration. F E A T U R E S »8-Pomul Capacity. »G-E Activator «Xo Oiling. OPcnnadrive Mechanism e Quiet. Operation O Gravity Drain · Lovcl! IVrincer oG-E Guarantee CONNELLSVILLE 107 So. i'ittaburg St. Phone 1242. 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