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Tuesday, February 7, 1939
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBJLLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1939. By LYNIIE B. KIMCELL Movie Stars, Composers Themes -of Papers Read at Meeting of "Woman's Culture Club. Movie stars of prominence and famous composers provided interesting material for well prepared papers presented at the semi-monthly meeting of the Woman's Culture Club, held Monday afternoon at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. An exceptionally fine musical program, arranged by Miss Jean Hoover, was also enjoyed, Mrs. Charles H. Stouffer was leader of the literary program which 'opened with a paper, "Behind the Scenes With Men Who Build Giant Movie Sets," presented by Miss Lynne B. Kincell. The next period was given over to Mrs. A. I. Daniels who reviewed "Of All Places," by Patience, Hlchard and Johnny Abbe. In their new book the children tell ·what happened after they left the Colorado ranch, autographed books in New York and Boston, were overtaken by movie scouts, down journeyed west in Hollywood and settled with their mamma while papa dashed off to report the Spanish War. A paper telling of the life and career of Fred Astaire, dancer and movie star, was written by Mrs. Warren L. Wright and read by Mrs. John I. Zimmerman. Gretta Garbo, glamorous movie star, was described in a paper written by Mrs. Joseph Lieb and read by Mrs. Robert S. Cooper. Mrs, J. B. Marietta, gave a review of films to be shown at the three local theatres. Biographies of Schumann and Mozart, famous German composers, and some of their outstancing works were given in papers, the former being read by Mrs. Charles M. Stone and the latter by Mrs. John J. Brady. The musical program included two piano colos, "The Nightingale," Liszt, and ·"Whims," Schumann, by Miss Virginia Graham, member of Mozart Music Club, duets for the two pianos, "Florence Waltz" and J'Tre- pak," Tschaikowsky, Marjone Hay and Bayonne Dunkle, members of the Junior Moza-.-t Club. The musicians were extended a vote of thanks, as were those who participated in the literary program. I" the absence of the president. Mrs. B. H. Willard, Mrs. George H Moyer of Dunbar, first vice-president, was in charge of the .business session at which two new members, Mrs. Jennie Durnell and Mrs. Charles Gaal, last named of Dawson, were unanimously voted into the dub. Mrs. Eobert S. Cooper, chairman of the annual Christmas seal sale announced that S11.65 had been received since the last meeting, increasing the fund to $614.08. Mrs. Moycr called the attention of the club women to the benefit play, 'Step This Way Please," to be given Thursday night, February 16, by the lunior Culture Club, proceeds to be for the eye fund. Hos'-ebses were Mrs. Clyde R. V/cihe, Mrs. H. C. Barrow, Mrs. C. A.. Wagner, Mrs. Charles Nemon and Mrs. Luthei M. Nemon. The next meeting will be held Monday, Feoruary 20. A play, Guest Artists Appear On Program Presented At Mozart Meeting C. A. Wagners Feted With Dinner on Silver Wedding Anniversary Three guest artists appeared on he program of the Mozart Music Ilub Monday evening at its meeting in the club rooms m Carnegie Free Library. They were William Myers, Edward McGill and Mrs. Nell Weis- iged. Mis. Douglas K. McDvaino, president, presided over the business session and two new members, Mrs. A. E. McDivitt and Mrs. N. E. Ferguson, were elected to the club. Mrs. Thelma Christy Smith had charge of the program which was presented as follows: . " Two vocal duets, "The Rosary," Nevin, and "Sweetest Story Ever Told," Stultz, Mrs, J.'Wilbert Collins and Mrs. S. K. Hucy with Miss Jean Hoover at the piano. Current events, Mrs. Graydon Whipkey. Two piano solos, "Moonlight Sonata," first movement, Beethoven and "La Polichinelle," Villa-Lobos. Reading, "The Day Is Done," Longfellow: "What's In a Name," Mrs. Nell Weisiger.'The last reading was an original one of Mrs. Weisi J ger's. . Piano solos, "Nocturne," "Prelude" and 'Waltz," Chopin, Edward McGill. Baritone solos", "The Trumpeleer," Dix; "The Gypsy Trail," Tod Galloway; "Dust," Johnny Marvin, William Myers. A joint program with the Junior Culture Club will mark the next meeting Tuesday, January 31. A costume recital, in charge of Mrs, William H. Soisson, Jr., will be presented. The first quartet- century of married life for Mr, and Mis. C. A. Wagner was duly celebrated at a dinner given lost Friday evening at the Old Homestead at Pennsville, by their "son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs 1 . Paul Francis. Turkey and all that goes with it were served to twenty-five guests, while Kiferle's Orchestra played appropriate music. A wedding cake surmounted by a bride and-a groom graced the table. Favors were pieces of _the cake in small boxes; The floral centerpiece was of yellow roses and jonquils. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. V. Hoover and Mrs. Ann Gantos of Uniontown and Ralph Miller of tfasontown. Mr. Wagner and Miss Leona Helzel were married at Cumberland, Wd., twenty-five years- ago lost Friday. They have lived since then n Connellsville, maintaining a summer home, "Jean's Delight," at Guard, Md. There are two children --Mrs. Francis (Jean) and C. A., Jr. Ruth Smith Is Wed To Archal Showman scheduled cancelled. gram will Jute. for this date, has been The nature of the probe announced at a later MILDRED FREED HONORED - - ON THIRTEENTH BIRTHDAY In honor ol her thirteenth birthday, Mildred Freed, daughter of Walter Freed, was feted with a party Monday night at her home at Vanderbilt, The delightful affair was arranged by Mildred's aunt, Miss Sara Freed, who had as ,he r a 'd Miss Grace Davidson of-- Isabella road, this city. About thirty guests were present and spent the evening I.C. Social Hall Is Scene of Large Party Large and successful -was a benefit card party, sponsored by groups groups Q and R of the Immaculate Conception ChUfcHT Monday night. Tables were arranged" in' the social hall of the church and devotees of the games spent a most enjoyable evening. About two hundred players participated. Prizes were won by the following: Bridge--Miss Mary Finn, Mrs, James V. Connell, and Mrs. Madeline Duggan. Five hundred--Miss- Catherine Dye, H. B. Stader and Mrs. C Staines. Beano--Thomas Riedman, Geraldine McGivern and John A. Brass. A quilt, made and donated by Mrs. Max Reidman, was won by Mrs Catherine Adams, while- a load coal, the door prize, went to Mrs Devoe. Others receiving prizes were: Mrs. Charles Winterhaller, William B. Logan, John Rittenberger, Mrs. Johanna Welker and Miss Catherine Neilis. The committee in charge was: Martin Rottler, chairman, Mrs, John T. Rush and Miss Mary Frances Ralston. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Ruth Smith, daughter o£ Mr. and- Mrs. Joseph Smith ot Star Junction, and Archal Showman, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ira Showman of Flptwoods. The wedding took place at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, February 4, at Waynesburg. Rev. Lindley Shearer, pastor of the Sycamore Baptist Church of that place, ahd an uncle of the bridegroom, officiated. The bride was attired in blue with matching accessories. Her shoulder corsage _ was of junk rosebuds and ilies of the valley. , Miss Ada Smith, sister of the bride, and Miss Lorella. Showman, sister of the bridegroom, wore attendants. After the ceremony a wedding reakfast was served by Mrs. Shearer, assisted by her two daughters, s. Leora Johnson and Mrs. Wynona Williams. On their return from a short wedding trip, a reception and dinner were held at the bride's home. VIembers of the two immediate fami- ies were present. Mr. Showman and bride will reside at Star Junction. Tri-County Council Meeting Reported By Mrs. L. S. Robbing Evelyn Reich Becomes Bride of Richard Cole Miss Evelyn Mae Reich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Reich of the Springfield pike, became the bride of Richard B. Cole of the Narrows Wednesday evening, February 1, at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Showman in South Cottage avenue. Rev. Eimer A. Schultr, pastor of the First "United Brethren Church, officiated. Attendants wete Everett M. Reich, brother o£ the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Laird Lceder. FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY -GIVES BENEFIT PARTY The Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company held its weekly card party Monday night at the firemen's rooms. The benefit was well attended and after the games prizes were awarded to the following: Five hundred--High, Miss Ann Trevitt; second, Mrs. Howard Adams third, Miss Mary Ellen O'Brien bingo--high, Mrs. J. Wedgewood second, Virginia Orbin; third, Mrs Scnor; special bingo, Miss Stella Eeagan and Mrs. Naomi McWilliams door, Mrs.. Ralph Davidson and Virginia Orbin. A tasty lunch was served. TRIED AND TRUE CLASS WILL PRESENT PLAY THURSDAY The Tried and True Class of the United Brethren Church will present a three-act comedy-drama, "Plain Sister," Thursday night of this week at the church. The time is 8:15. The play is being directed by Mrs. Harold Hoover. Members of the cast are: Rose Murphy, Ruth Kern; Jim Murphy, Walter Silbaugh; Junior, James Fox; Beth, Jean Ostcrwise; Jewej, Helen Romesburg; Dorothy, Dorothy Witt; Neil Armour, Elsley Witt; John Webster, Robert Herwick. Music will be furnished by the Methodist Protestant Sunday School orchestra. MARIAN FRAZEE ARRANGES FINE PROGRAM FOR MEETING OF JUVENILE MOZART CLUB Virginia McClelland ot South Pittsburg street was hostess to the Juvenile Mozart Club at its February meeting Saturday afternoon. Davic Scolnick, president, had charge ot the opening exercises. The following program, arranged and read by Marian F razee, was presented: * Piano solo, "Bolero," Sara Chinn. Piano solo, "Chiquito," Sarah Margaret Pennington. Piano solos, "Bach Minuet," and 'Valse Miniature," Marilyn Anstine. Piano solo, "The Guitar," Marilyn Scolnick. Piano solo, "Perfect Day," Fredme Alguire. Piano solo, "Chriss Cross," Marian Berg. Clarinet solos, "Sweet and Low" and ''Bringing In the Sheaves," Lois Hall, accompanist, Virginia McClelland. Piano solo, "The Bear," Mary Lee Mason. Piano solo, "Fairyland Music," Minerva Pirl. Piano solo, "The Chimes," Ruth Anne Snail. The study of the life of Mozart was continued with -Arthur Schultz, Kay Campbell, Trepola Dunkle and Betty Lou McCoy, participating. The Pennsylvania State song for the juniors was sung by the club, accompanied on the piano by Miss Kathleen Barnes of the Junior Mozart Club. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mrs. L. S. Hobbuis, delegate, gave a fine repoit of the Tri-County Council meeting held February 1, at Charleroi, at the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Monday night at the Legion Home, North Pittsburg street. Mrs. Millei W. Cowan, president, was in charge of the meeting at | which it was announced that Mrs. John W. Kincaid, chairman of the Americanism committee, and her aides arc making plans for the American Legion medal awards. _ I t was decided that eighth 'grade students of the nearby township schools may also compete this year for the medals. The unit voted to gave a prize of $2.50 for. the best local fidac essay and to purchase the book, "Spirit o£ the Flag," and present »t to the Carnegie Free Library. Mrs. Madeline Reed, Mrs George Percy, Mrs. Geotgc Percy, Jr., Mrs. Edna Kestner and Mrs. Margaret Smyth were reported on the sick list. A social period supplemented the meeting. Bridge and bingo were played. The award for the former diversion was received by Mrs. J. R. Laughlin and for the latter by Mrs. C. N. McClure. 'A buffet lunch was served. C. D. OF A. BUSINESS · · MEETING IS ANNOUNCED Court Annunciata No. 260, Catholic Daughters of America, will hold its regular business meeting 'at 8 o'clock! Thursday evening at Elks Hall. Following the business session there will be a meeting of the Study Club. Officers of the court are requested to report at 7 o'clock for a special meeting. The Meeting Postponed. regular meeting of the Wednesday Nile Club has been postponed to Wednesday of next week on account of sickness. Mrs. Harry Clawson of South Connellsville will be hostess. Valentine Dance Harvey's Hall, Dunbar Tuesday, Feb. 14 "BOX" MICHAELS' OECH. Benefit Molinato's Band. Gents 35c ladies 25c Margaret Williams Hoslcss. The C. I. L T . Class of the "First Methodist Protestant Church met Friday evening at the home of Margaret Williams, 224 Queen street. The president opened the meeting and a short devotional period was held. Cards, to be sent to sick members, were given to the lookout committee. Miss Williams, Marlene Stephens, Irene Urchasko and Helen Brooks served a delicious lunch. Valentines were exchanged. Fifteen members and three visitors were present. W. C. McClelland, mother of hostess, assisted by Mrs. D, Porter. Prizes for musical games were won by Fredine Alguire, Lois Hall, and Sarah Margaret Pennington. A door prize, presented by the hostess, was won by Lois Hall. The meeting was in charge of Mrs. Carl T. Anstine, counselor of the club. The March meeting will be held at the home of Marian Frazee, 121 Sycamore; street, with Janice Lindsay co-hostess. With Mrs. John Tounkin. Missionary Circle No. 2 of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Younkin, Vine street. Spotto's Continue Their Siensotionot*"*TM FOR fllSALE OF QUALITY WALL PAPER - Thousands'. Thousands of Kolls! A parade 01 beau- Jiiii] pnttprns--ihey must march out, We must have the "room--you have the SAVINGS! 75 (7Y ONE ROLL GET ONE ROLL F R E E ! Regular 6c Roll 2 BOILS...- Reprular 12c Boll 3 ROLLS Regular 24e Roll O 4 2'ROLLS £*tl. Value to $1.75 Roll Included. FREE! 1 Broom with any order orer $2.50. One to a customer. Super Value ROOM LOTS 10 Wall--SO Border 6 Ceiling; $1.21 Super Value! ENAMEL 1 hr. Dry-Washable 1/2 gal. $1.21 Just Phone 783 SPOTTO'S 813 IV. Crawford Ave. See the Mountain Mist Model Quilts on display this week! H you're a lover of fine quilts you'll -want to see this special display. Made entirely by hand by experts. The complete making costs of each ranges .from. $20 to $40 . . . and as many as twenty 100 yd." spools of thread -were used -in the quilting of some. See them! at games, for which given to the winners. prizes were Later in the evening a tasty lunch was served by the hostess and her aide. A color scheme of -pink white was prettily carried out. and The table was graced with a white birthday cake iced in pink and decorated with thirteen candles of harmonizing color. The honoree received attractive and useful gifts. Betty Bowers of Connellsville was among the guests. · Others were from the Tn-Town Community. VANDERBILT CLUB MEETS WITH MISS GRACE MOORE The Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt met Saturday at the home | of Miss Grace Moore. After a short I business meeting the following program was given, with Mrs. Stahl Shallenberger as leader: Paper, on "Washington, Home City," written by Mrs. Flora Porter and read by Miss Carrie Dull; paper an. "Mexico City," by Mrs. Ernest Bealty; paper, on "Quebec, Capital of French Canada," by Miss Nellie Snyder, who had visited that city; "The Beautiful St. Lawrence," by Mrs. Eleanor Knox; talk on nurbing in the Kentucky mountains, by Miss Elizabeth Stevenson. At the conclusion of the program refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting, an open one, will be held March 4. D. B. CLUB ENTERTAINED BY JimB. EARL F. GRAHAM Mrs. Earl F. Graham entertained the D. B. Club Monday night at her home in Sycamore street. Three tables were called into play for contract bridge. High prize was awarded to Miss Helen Trenberth, galloping j to Miss Lois Keller and draw, Mrs. C. Murray of Hazelwood. The ?uest award went to Miss Catherine Somerville. A tasty lunch supplemented the: games. The next meeting will be held Monday evening, February 20, at the home of Miss Helen Trenberth, South Connellsville. CATHERINE VON BORA CLASS MEETS AT SNYDER HOME The Catherine Von Bora Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church held its monthly meeting Monday night dt the home of Missss Florence, Emma and Adeline Snyder, "303-West Murphy avenue. The meeting "was :alled to order by the president, Mrs. Edna Rulli. Devotionals were led by Mrs. Chester Balsley and the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison. A business -nieeting-'was-held and a list of hostesses ~-for 'th£ year was read- Moonbeam sisters were revealed by an exchange of gifts ; after which it'was decided to change the name of secret pals. New names were drawri'for the coming year. A ?ame, "coffee pot," was played until the serving of lunch by the hostess- Will flleet Thursdaj. The Women's \Vork Group of the Church of the Brethren will meet-at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at~th"e home of Mrs. J..G. Sleighter at 1207 West Crawford avenue. M O D E R N W O M E N H«td NotSufter monthly p»u and delay duatc colds, ncrvouB*traiD,enxuuro or similar causes. du-chta-tersDiaiaondwaodPtllaare effective. ilUi. Sold by CHICHESTERS PILLS DAWSON .BAKHST B. Y. f. U. MEETS AT'EDMCNDSOITHOME The Baptist Young People's Union of JDawson- met Friday evening at the home of Miss Mary Edmundson with-eighteen members in attendance. The president, Beatrice Etlmg, presided over the business session. A~ social-hour was enjoyed. Games were played, after .which prizes were received by the -winners. '.A delicious lunch, in keeping with Valentine Day, was served. Place and date for the next meeting will be announced. GLADYS, HOHM, VANDERBIMC 1 GBRL WEDS-JRALPH KEEN Mr.'.and Mrs; Alva J. Rohm of Vanderbilt announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Gladys Hohm, to Ralph G. Kern, son of Clarence Kern of Perryopilis. "The ceremony took place Fr»day, January 13, at the Some of the feide, with her pastor,-Rev. Paul- ClemmejSson, pastor 'of-the Vanderbilt Christian-Church, officiating. · "- '» ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. _Kern- will reside in Newport Ne\vs,-ya., where Mr, Kern if employed. LUTHER LEAGUE WILL HOLD VALENTINE SOCIAL The Luther League of Trinity Lutheran Church will hbld its annual Valentine social at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at the social room of the church. "Percy's Valentine," "Maiden Anxiously Waiting," seeking St. Valentine for help, and a debate to determine which girl is more important, "Sara Crum or Sarah Bellum," along with other entertaining activities, will provide an evening of iun, the notice reads. The organization extends ar. invitation to all young people of the church. Liberty Woman Hostess. The Friday Night Q Club met at the home of Mrs. Katherine Patterson of Liberty, Friday evening, with ten members present. The business was conducted by the president, Mrs. Harry Shallenberger. Bingo was then the diversion of the evening, the following receiving prizes: Mrs. D. P. Husband, Mrs. Ida Hunker and Mrs. Paul Collins. Mrs. Clyde Randolph, a guest of the club, was awarded the draw prize while Mis. Frank Husband received the club prize. The hostess served a delicious lunch. The next meeting will be held January 17, at the home of Miss Clara "touffer of Dawson. Hospital Patients. Mrs. Mary Malinosfcy of Lcith, Miriam Brilhart of Scotldalc, Samuel Nicholson of Connellsville, R. D. 1, Donald Newcomer of Uniontown, Mrs. Nellie Ringer of Dawson and Mrs. Ethel Coliny oil Dunbar have been admitted to Connllsville State Hospital for treatment. THURSDAY --LAST DAY! 2 , A for I A man's suit cleaned FREE with one at (No call and delivery service / at this price.) Our "Once-a-Yoar" Promotion Special The same high quality cleaning is absolutely guaranteed. Phone 1965 " SIMONS Cash Carry CLEANERS 105 South Pittsburg Street. 921 West Crawford Avenue. '8 UG SALE You SAVE the MOST on RUGS NOW! Annual "TMl B I A U O N P S SALVE Relieves -COLDS Trice lOc * 25c THUMZOOP,NO? SPLIT GREEN PEAS 4 Ibs. 13 LARGE LENTILS 4 Ibs. 19 BLUE HOSE RICE 6 Ibs. 25 NAV3T BEANS 3 Ibs. 10 EGG NOODLES 2 Ibs. 19 KEISPIT CRACKERS Ib. U ELBOW MACARONI 20 Ibs. 79 MED. POTATOES 2 pkc. 33 JUICY ORANGES 2 doz. 25 CAL. CARROTS 2 bueh. 9 STEW. OYSTERS pt. 23c Sauerkraut, 3 Ibs. 10 SKINLESS WEINTERS yb. 19 THUMB ZUDS, EH? SUPER SUDS small 8 2 Ige. 29 CONC. S. SUDS gian' *5 Ige. CONC. S. SUDS giant u o Ige. 18 OCTAGON* LAUNDRY 5 brs. 19 PALMOLTVE SOAP 4 cks. 21 Bny 1 Pke. OCT. CHIPS Ige. 19 Get 2 OCT. TOIL. SOAP for 1 OCT. POWD. Ige. 15 sm. 9 SMDER'S G. B. CORN wit. ker. 3 No. 2 25 Wyandotte pay 7 for 1, getlforl PASTRY FLOUR 5 Ibs. 12 SWEETHEART SOAP 4 cks. 19 FILLET HADDOCK. Ib. 10 Ridseland Farms ROLL BUTTER 2 Ibs. 53 9x12 Seamless AXMiiCSTER RUGS The Big Feature of tke Sale! *22.88 NOW AT Fiavy quality, seamless, all wool Axminsters at a price that cannot be duplicated. Eight patterns to choose from. $29.50 value. Hurry! CHROMALIN 9x12 RUGS NOW AT 7 / . Fe!t Base Floor Covering NOW. *1 j $1 AA AT I sq. yards *1.UU Tile or marble designs in heavy quality Quaker floor covering. We'll lay it FREE, except in bath! $1.98 Chenille Bath Rugs $1.59 $2.69 Chenilie Bath Rugs $1.88 lOc Rubber Stair Treads 8c Perfect for kitchens. Will outwear ordinary linoleum rugs. Patterns and colors thru to the back. g. $11.95. ' . $1.29 Reversible Chenille Rugs 99c Dark,' color rugs suitable for kitchen, bath, bedroom. 24x48 size. FELT BASE LAYED FREE DURING THIS SALE!

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