The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1938 · Page 2
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January 27, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLB. PA , THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. 193S. By LXNNE B. K1NCELL Ladies Auxiliary To County Dental Society Formed At a. mcctlne Tuesday evening at the Uniontown Country Club, the Ladies Auxiliary to the Fayette County Dental Society was formed Mrs. Robert Invin, president of the Western Pennsylvania Odontological Society, aided in the_ organization ol the new society. The following oJHccrs were elected President, Mrs. O M. Howard; vice- president, Mrs. F. C. Robinson; secretary, Mrs. P. J. Kelly; treasurer, Mrs. B B. Pearlstein Athletic Council Wi// Give Annual Card Party Jan. 31 The Athletic Council ol the Immaculate Conception Church will hold its annual benefit card party Monday evening, January 31, at the social hall of the church The committee in charge is making extensive arrangements for the event and. a large crowd, is expected Bridge, five hundred and bingo will be played, and following the comes many beautiful prizes %\ill be awarded to the winners. DAWSON ALTAK SOCIETX GIVES BINGO PARTY Delightful and successful in every way was a bingo party given Wednesday night at the social hall of Sacred Heart Catholic Church oJ Dawson by the Altar- Society of the church. Miss Mary Brindllngcr was ] general chairman. Prizes were won by the following- Miss Theresa Guldenshuh, J T. Mack, Ted Shaner, Mrs. Thomas Serinko, Mrs. James Sproat, Mrs. Anna Hall and Mrs Alice Workman, special bingo- Mrs. Anna Hall, door--Miss Florence Mac Leonard. Bingo was in charge of Mrs. John Ward, Mrs C. J. Ganl and Mrs. Brindllnger After the games a delicious lunch was served by the committee composed of-Mrs. John Guldenshuh, Mrs. Owen D Slavin, Mrs. Serinko and Miss Mary Connelly. Despite the inclement weather, the party attracted a large crowd. JAJIES BURNS, FORMERL.I OF DUXBAB TOWNSHIP, WEDS At nuptial high mass this morning at St. John's Church, Uniontown, Miss Mary Packrall, daughter of Mrs. Mary Romeo ol XJmontown, was married to James Burns, son of Mrs. Agnes Burns, also ol Uniontown. The ceremony was performed at 8 30 o'clock by Rev. J. D. McCullough. Thi bride, wore n becoming tailored blue gown. Her flowers were gardenas. Miss Helen Glow at Unlontawn was moid ol honor and Robert Burns was his brothers best man. Immediately after the. ceremony, which was wjtncssed only by members of the immediate families and. a few intimate friends, a wedding breakfast was served at the home ol the Sndtt's mother. Mrs. Bums was graduated from, the Uniontown High. School, Class of 1035, and Mr. Bums from the Dunbar Township High School, Class of 192D. The bridegroom at a former resident ot Dunbac township. On their return from a, short wedding- trip, Mr. and Mrs. Burns will reside, at 14R Whyel avenue. Uniontown, where the former is a. salesman for Mitchell-Long. DAMES OF MALTA WILL EXEMPLIFY DEGREE The first degree will be exemplified at a meeting ol Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta to be held Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall at the usual hour. A good attendance is requested. Local Couplo Licensed. A marriage license was issued a Uniontown to Austin Miller and Jessie Sodlcs, both of ConneUsvillc, Teachers' Meeting Program Tomorrow DISTRICT COUNSELOR WILL VISIT MEDICAL AUXILIARY The. Fayette County Medical Auxiliary will have as its guest, Mrs. W. R. Dickson ol McDonald, district counselor, at Its monthly meeting to be held Thursday evening, February 3, at the ballroom, of. the. White Swan Hotel, Umontawn. This will be Mrs. Dlckson's first official visit to. the auxiliary. Dr. William Blake Hmdman ot Uniontawn will give a review ot the currently popular, book, "Return, to Religion," by Henry C. Link. Ac- carding to the usual custom, tbcro will be one ol a series ot discussions on "Highlights of.Medicine." by club members, filer Ralph. Cox. of. Star Junction, will present the. discussion, originally planned lor January. The detailed program for Friday sesisons of the. teacher's meeting ant educational conference ol the. Con neUsvilla and Dunbar Township School districts at the High Sjchoo I follows 9.00 to B'10--Devotional exercises Rev. L. S. Elliott, Pastor First Moth odist Episcopal Chuich, Connellsvillc Pa. 9 10 to 9 50--' New Prolcsisona Obligations," Dr. Robert M Stcele 8 50 to 10 05--(a) Trumpet trio John Craft, John. Jackson and Johi Armstrong, (b) vocal duct, Doroth; and Jean Osterwise. 10 05 to 10.45--"The Role ol Edu cation in Social Construction," Dr Ale .zo F. Myers. 10 45 to 11.00--(a) Boys' octe Connellsville High School; (b) pian solo, Carl T. Anstine Departmental Conference. 11 00 to 12.00--."Schoolroom Fosil bilitiea in Science," Dr. Samuel How ard Williams. 11.00 to 12.00--"Trends in Seconc ary Curricula," Dr, Alonza F. Myers 1:15 to 2 05--"The Contribution o the- Clinic to the Elementary Schools," Dr. Robert M. Steele; "Th Future ol High School Science," D Samuel Howard Williams General Session--Auditorium 2 05 to 2.20--Music, Conncllsvill High School Orchestra 2 20 to 3 00--''Educational Free dom- Fact or Myth?" Dr. A. Myers. 3 00 to 3:05--Intermission 3-05 to 3 20--(a) Vocal trio, Belt Lee Meyers, Edna Ruth Keller an Violet Provancc;, (b) double tri Dunbar Township High School. 3.2Q to 4.00--"Life in the Sou' American. Jungles," Dr. S. H. Wll llams. MRS! ANNA. LTJTZ HOSTESS TO WEDNESDAY NIGHT CLUB Mrs, Anna Lute entertained the Wednesday Kite-Club at her home in West Green street. Two tables ot five hundred were- in play Mrs. ISair Younkm and Mrs William. Grieve won prizes After the games the hostess served lunch. The- next meeting will be held at the name ol Mrs. Edward Dye- in Hyndman street, South Connellsvflle. KING'S DAUGHTERS WILL NOT MEET UNTIL TUESDAY The monthly meeting: of: the King's Daughters' Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church, which was tor have been held Saturday afternoon of this'week, at th*-home-of Mrs- William-Wjshart, has been postptmwf to- Tuesday afternoon of next week. Party at Jones Mills. Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Leasurc of Jones Mills, gave, their first party in. thair now home, whicn was completed last fall, Saturday night. Music was furnished by Mr. Leas- urc and. son,. John,, of Jones Mills, Peter Deline,. Michael and Joseph Kynosky and Paul Gauldcr ot Belle ^ -non. Selections included cowboy and. mountain iongs and other old and new melodies. Delicious refreshments' were served about 10 30 o'clock^ Mrs Lcasure was assisted by Mrs Keller and Mrs. Pyle. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Leasure and children, Johnny, Ralph and Charles, Mr. and Mrs John: Pyle and son, Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pyle and daughter Martha, Opal Tinkey, Mr. and Mrs John Keller. Roscoe KeIIer Mrs Iva Overly and family, Dorothy Den-'er, Richard and Ruth Eicher, Esther Keller, WoodrowandJ D. Keller and Arietta Coffins, all of Jones Mills; Peter Dclme, Michael and Joseph Kynosky of Belle Vcrnon and yew- ton Bell and Lcona Showman ot Batersville. Second Training Conference,WPA eachers Friday The second of a series ot cduca- on and training conferences for carriers of adult education, citizen- lip, music and recreation of the Vorks Progress Administration pro- ram for District No 16, embracing ayetto, Greene and Washington ounties, \\ill be held at Eagles Hall n South Arch street on Friday with pproxlmatoly 150 teachers in at- cndance from the three counties The first of the seiie-i of three Conferences was held at Wayncs- ura College on January 14 and the bird and final scsion is scheduled or Fcbruaiy 18 at Washington, Pa. Mary Bush Hauck, Stuto super- 'isor o( the music division of the VPA from Hnnisburg, will be the principal sneaker. Interesting demonstrations in Kioup singing by a double Ulo from ine of Glodla Stewart's classes and lemonstrations in tap and folk danc- ng by Everson's famous 12 dancing lolls will be presented during the lay. The public is invited to attend the conference. Tho detailed program follows 1 0 a m , address ol welcome, May- ir Ira D. Yourtkm, 10 10, greetings. Lyclt L. Buttermore, branch office monnger, Area 16. 10 15, remarks, N. S Floto, area iUjx-Tvlsor 10 20, dramatics and the "Littlo rheatro" movement, E-irlo B, Curtis Perry Townnhip High School. 10:55, announcement, B. B. Smith, Superintendent Conncllsvilla Schools, 11, double trio, WPA music group under supervision of Glodin Stewart. 11:10, "Continuation oC Recnation ind Sports Programs Beyond High School Ycais ' Gladys Clark, physical education director, Conncllsvillo High School. 11 45, lunch. 1 15, demonstration of tap d.inco routines and chorus work by Juvenile groups "The Dancing Dolls," o Everson WPA recreation center under supervision of Samuel Caliguire and Jonn Franks, Jr 1 25, "Recent Education Legislation," State Representative Harr; Crownncld. 1'55, demonstration ol folk dancing an 1 ! group singing by ]u%cnile groups, "The Dancing Dolls" 2 10, "Music on the WPA Adul Education and Recreation Programs,' Mary Bush Hauck, state supervise; music division WPA, Hirrisburg BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "TIw Authority on AnUiorlUeo" TEACHERS HOSTS AT ANNUAL DINNER Annual banquet of Conncllsvill Branch, Pennsylvania State Educa tion Association, will be held thi evening in Trinity Lutheran Churc! dimngroom. Two ot the instructors appcarin here for the annual education con fercnce and teachers' meeting wi! be the speakers and members of th teaching corps will present othc phases of the program. DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES' HALT, Dixouinns 8:30 to 12 Door Prize 87.50 TRUMPS HAVE more purposes than merely to constitute trick takers and knock off Ipscrs. They aro absolutely essential, in some hands, to furnish entries for some other null which U needed to got discords of losers opposite them. When this condition prevails, it i« well to discontinue trunip leadi for at least ono round until tho ld« *ult is set up 1M8 + A 0 6 4 + 8 7 5 2 4 8 2 *K 3 2 4 J S 5 3 + Q J 10 6 4 1 0 6 4 VA.7S + Q102 + A K 4 3 4 A . K J7 5 V Q 10 9 8 4 (Dealer. South. North-South vulnerable,) South'* opening bid on Uiin deal wo* 1-Spadc, North called 1-No Trump, South Z-Hcrtii, North 2 Spades and South 4-Spadci. Tho club Q was West's opening lead and when this held another club lead wnjj made, which South ruffod. Throo rounds of trumps wore now .cashed am) a heart led, which West won with Uio king. A third, club lead took Souths last (trump, and when ho led another heart to establish Uia suit, won and played another club (on which South had no trump, and was consequently set ono trick. SouUi's correct play waa to have ,ed only two rounds of trumps, after winning the second trick. A. shift should then have boon made, to a heart. If a trump was led, he could win and clear tb« hearts at once, while still retaining a trump. lor a. c!ub ruff. M the opponents led » club Instead of a trump, thiv declarer uould have been In position to ruff in hi* hand. Ho could then have given up iv, heart and ruffed tho return club. A diamond to tho A would hava enabled declarer to. lead tho spade Q to talte East's last trump. * * " 1. ' Monday's problem \ 4 Q 8 6 1 V 7 6 3 2 4 9 5 ,.. V Q J 5 U + Q J 1 0 9 S f _j +10802 4 A J 10 2 · A7 82 4 K Q J 3 (Dealer 1 East. Neither side vul ncnble.) What Is South'! correct play at l-Spadcs, after the heart K hat been cashed, followed by tht heart A? Helzel Begins Remodeling Crawford Avenue Property Continued from Page One 38 inches wide at the front and tapering to a depth ol 10 feet at the door Tho west front window will b« of similar width Back of it will b« the entrance to the second floor, with an "Island" display window flvo by two feet between the upper floor, entrance and the door into the store, j The mam portion of the first floor will be occupied by the drug store, with the prescription department in the rear taking up the space formerly occupied by the vault and banking quarters. On second and third floors will he two suites of two offices each Rear exits and fire escapes will be provided. The first floor entrance will be eight feet wide. The small front windows, two feet wide, will remain as they arc George W. Enos was awarded the sub-contract for removal of the vault. Cypher Son has the heating and plumbing contract. Both began work this morning. Malta Banquet Friday. The annual banquet of Omar Sisterhood, No 107, Domes ot Malta ol Dnweon, will be held Friday evening at 6 o'clock nt the Dawson Presbyterian Church Members arc to meet at Jr O. U A. M. hall at 5 30 o'clock Heads tsomcrfccl Association, MEYERSDALE, Jan, 27--Samuel S Rickard was elected president ot the Somcrot County Fair Association, Cyrus M Bird first vice-president, Arthur O. Lorcntz second vice- president, William A Allshousc secretary and Lloyd D. Peck treasurer. Elks' Bingo TONIGHT 1)0011 PRIZE: S25.00 Value Chromium Breakfast Set 4i Other Beautiful Pri/es WINTER H(TS NATION; TEN KNOWN DEAD Continued from Pai,e One. from two to three feet. Northwest ol Fox Lake, 111, a flooded creek caused $100,000 dam- o"o to nearly 100 hpmcs Six mai- ooned families were rescued b boatmen as the water washed into the first floors of their homes Others ' wcic rescued £t Prophctstown Fulton, Eric and Morrison, 111, still were without electric power Flood waters on the Rock 'River at Rockford, 111 hardest hit city in the flood area,' were reported receding and 500 tarn- ' Hies were returning to their homes ! In Michigan. Governor Frank' Murphy threw the state's entire resources m getting aid to isolated families and clearing highways There was a ·10-inch fall of snow t ore Th)ee hundred minors w e r e marooned m shafts along the Coge- bic range in Michigan Thirty-three boyg whp fled to a high schopl building near Jromvood, Mjch, Tuesday night when their school bus became blocked by drifts, were reported in. jio danger They w«rc supplied with food by county uorlnjrs who battled their way through drifts with snowplows The boys passed the time b playing basketball and singing Tram service v.as disrupted la Michigan and northern Wisconsin. Most bus schedules were suspended throughout the area Scores of communities were cat ctf in the two states Small bojts In the harbors alpng the Great La'ces waive damaged by ice jams TSvo wen crushed at Charlcvoix, Mien Th c U. S Coast Guard cutter Diligence, smashed through Lake Superior ic.0 to rescue two Qshcirmcn mnrooucd on Cat Island, near Duluth, Minn The men were stranded Tuesday when a 50-r/iile an bom; gni'e ripped out Ice joining to the islaud to Presque Isle* where they hadt left their boat for a dogsled trek across the lake i/e. Airline* officials repovted that good visibility in the MidcYlewest will make possible scheduled -operation of their ships. The stornv was expected to hit the Atlantic ^aboard and Vririg on end to a. "warm weather" which has held the mercury up to comparatively comfortable readings Frank Galley Improving. Slight improvement was noted this morning in the condition of Frank B. Galley of yanderbilt who has been bedfast two wcoks with erysipelas. NERVOUS? Io you tcfi no n*r» how to eo '.mllte Lydla E I'lnlcham. Vaci helps N.tum lono « t h It ' r , , o m . ordcra which women mint endure f. H^A "SP N - OX J? " «* · lamoiu PinkhKma Compoun The wafer musie iv/li \f \ Warm a crockery tea-pot ( Put in one ·bsaspoonfui'~^N = of tea fbKeach person and one*foi"the poF - -Add fresKbOlUNGwateK Steef) 5 minutes @ and serve. Only Fine Quality gives Fine Flavor ALL the money in the world couldn't buy a better bottle ol milk than a bottle ol Farmers' 1 Farmers', nch in fat content, vitamins, bone-building calcium and other nutritious elements, )s the ultimate an fine jrnilk Grown-ups as well as children like its fresher flavor . . . it's the favorite drunk rooming, noon »nd night la. the homes of ConnclUrville! Be sure that you ore serving the best to your family ., . remember it costs no more! Purity · Flavor Nutrition FARMERS' Co-Op. Dairy Assn. Phone 880 AS THE NEWEST ADDITION TO LINE! Low Electric Rates Here Prompt Action by Forward-Looking Store Always on. the alert for new or time- tested merchandise that offers best value and service to customers--this store now enters the Electric Range business. We recognize that the Electric Range of today offers an all-efficient type of service. It is clean. It is cool. It is safe, attention-free, utterly dependable. And the 1938 models are easier to operate and more beautiful than ever. An Electric Rangt consistently cooks foods to a tastiness that is otherwise difficult to attain. Further, OPERATING COST is DOWN to the point where electric cooking is CHEAP. Present models give you ANY SPEED YOU WANT. We are pleased to present a line of quality built Electric Ranges -- each representing the big value that is always expected here. Housewives Say: CHEjiPr-- "Operating eort of my dee- trie range «ycrsgej even leu than the $2.20 a month I bad been told it would be."-- MRS. O.Si. FASTI -- "I never knew any range could reach « 400-degree oven heat in 1 1 rninntei, but my electric range doei. Surface cooking, too, it as fait at any I ha,ve ever experienced." --MRS. RJ£.K. CLEAN (--"How nice and dean-- tuch · wonderful cooking icryicel" --MRS. C.LJ. COOLf-- "My kitchen never become* overheated now that I have an electric. range. If the temperature goei up at an, the cook certainly doean't feel it." --MRS. B.H.R. EASY!-- "It i* wonderful to be able to place the foods in the oven and come back hour* later to serve a per* fectly cooked meat." --MRS. J.C B. BETTER RESULTS!-- "I am getting much tastier cooked foods -- both in the oven and on the surface unita." MRS P.RF. Inspect Our Neio Line of 1938 Electric Ranges -Have Your Questions About Electric Cookery Answered FRANK R. SWEENEY, Connellsville, Phone 977

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