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February 9, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DATT-.Y COTTRTTCTt, CONNETJ.SVTTJ.E.- PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1939- Junior Auxiliary Of Vanderbilt Fetes Catherine. Q'-Tqple OfScottckleWeds Mrs. Thomas Acker i : ' ' Washington Man Troop 3 Scouts' Have Mothers As Program Guests Troop 3 celebrated the 29th anniversary of Boy Scouts by having a special mothers' night program in the Social Hall of the Immaculate Conception Church. Wednesday night .at which 25 .'rholherk. .and the troop committee were spepial guests. ScouU master John Brass; assisted by As- A miscellaneous shower honoring : Mrs. Thomas Acker of Connellsvillc, ·-a recent bride, was held in connection ·'with the February meeting of. the £ Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday ; : Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt Tues;-day night. Mrs. Jessies-Brady was ·.hostess, Mrs. Acker, , the '.former Miss r. Jcannettc Love, was: the recipient of .'.a number of attractive and useful ' . . .. . . _ . Miss Lola Newmyer was leader:.ot -";thc program -which .was: in keeping ·^wilh Valentine Day. Members ; re-. Vsponded to the roll. call with.'.a'.Valr' ... online verse. Two papers,: ."Legend -Oi Dan Cupid," by T Miss ..Mary .'-Leighty, and "Legend of St. Valen..'tine," by Mrs. Ellanoir Herron, were " games were 'playe'3,' ~ ."enjoyed. "". ..Valentine ^Prizes "were won~by Mrs. -"online, 'Mrs. Carrie 'Collins and' Miss ;V Virginia'- Edwards. - ' Each . member ^brought^-a valentine - : A tasty lunch, appropriate .to"-the ;;season,;-was-served by the. -assisted by Mrs. John Collins. ;- -Mrs.-Acker-and-sister,- Miss · Ruth ;;Love, will be hostesses at .the next :;meetmg, Tuesday evening, March 7. f;Ceee1iq,.KQury Engaged ·'.To' -Y/e'4 .U h i o n town' Ma n .;. Mrs; Anna ,Koury of North" Pitts;.:burg street -announces the engage- "ment of Jier. ..daughter, Miss Cecelia ';Ann Koury, to Joseph .Fans Milan, ·; son of Mr. and ' Mrs. "Charles Faris · Milan of Madison avenue, Union~ to\vn. The wedding will take place at 2 .; o'clock Sunday afternoon, February .-.19, at St. George's Syrian · Catholic -'-Church, Union town. Kev. Morisignor ,.W. Hayek wiU officiate. '; ; Miss Koury will be given in mar- -riage by her brother, George Koury. : The couple will reside in -pitts- V burgh,.where Mr. Milan is .employed :.'.:by.the..Victor .Brewing 'Company..'. '.. BET/TY BENFORD.'.MASONTOWN GIRL, NAMES WEDDING DATE ; Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Benford of · Masontown announce the' coming .'.marriage of their ...daughter, Miss ""Betty Eenford, to Stanley E. Farrier, '.' son of Mr. and Mrs". Ben Farrier, also ~-of Masontown. The ceremony, will "/take place at 6 o'clock Friday eve- · ning, March 24, at the Masontown Methodist Church with Rev, I. C. ^Matthews officiating. ·'· The bride-elect ha i Betty Swift as her maid of honor. ·. Francis Bowman, a cousin of Mr. .Farrier, will serve as best man. Miss Benford was graduated from . the Masontown High School, a mem- . ber of the Class o£ 1938. Her fiance, . also a graduate of the same high lschqol,i is employed by the Trotter Water Company, near Masontown. Miss Catherine Ruth O'Toole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. O'Toole of Scottdale, and John Webster Birch o£ Washington, D. C., son of Mrs. J. W. Birch oil near Winchester,- Va., were married Saturday, February .4, at the parsonage of the First..Baptist.Church at Alexandria; Va. ."Thevceremony was performed at 6'o!clock .by. Rev. Pierce Ellis. ..i The.:bride's gown was of dusty pink and"plnk. .rosebuds formed her corsage.. '.;." - .. . . Miss .'.Marie. O'Toole, her sister's maid oi :honor, was attired in blue. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds. N. E. Nasser of Washington, D. C., a close friend of the bridegroom, was best mari.~. After. the'.wedding a dinner was given^..'-at~.'Hie' River Bend Club . at -Alexandria.' Guests included' the "bride's"parents and aunt,.Miss Nell TBerlin, bf-Everson. Mrs. Birch- was graduated from the Scoltdale'High School and attended Hoo'd College? Since her graduation in. 1936 '-from -Slrayer College, Wash- sistant Scoutmaster Kory put on a unique program, it was: ! j Investurc service, with the admission of two tenderfoot Scouts. I Renewal of Scout oath and laws by the whole troop. Demonstration of Scout work by patrols: Knots, Eagle Patrol; knife and axe, Beaver; signaling, Crow; first aid, Iroquois. Skits by the four patrols: Moth mind reading, Eagle; Christopher Columbus, Beaver; one week in Sing Sing, Crow; worst aid, Iroquois. Chat by Scoutmaster Brass. Talk by J. Whitney Soisson 'What a Boy Scout Troop Means to he Church and Nation." Pledge of allegiance to the flag and the scoutmaster's benediction. ingtonj' D? C."she has been employed in-the Interior Department. The bridegroom is connected with the'Hessick Coal Company in-Washington. On their return-from-a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs.- Birch will be at home in the fih'pde-' Island -Apartments," 1437 Rhode Island 'avenue, Washington. -" ' WILHELMINA CLtlB HONORS MEMBER ..ON ANNIVERSARY -A · feature; of the regular meeting of the Wilhelmina Club at which Mrs. John Fox was hostess Wednesday afternoon at her home, 258 East Fairview avenue, was a miscellaneous shower n honor of the'' fifth wedding anniversary of Mrs. H. E. Steiner Tuesday, February 7. Twelve members and two guests, Mrs. Victor Mosley and Mrs. T. J. · Hiers, were present. Mrs.- Earl Sharp, president, was in charger of the business session. Members 1 were entertained with several-piano numbers by Mrs. Hiers.. -The-.committee arranged a Valentine .box. ...The meeting concluded with, a dainty Junch. The..: next:.session::, will _'.. be held Thursday.reveulng;;February 23, at the home ofTytaCAlbert Christ, 216 Morton avenue. , G. I. A. GIVES SUPPER FOE'MEMBERS, FAMILIES ·. After,its regular meeting Wednes. day afternoon at Elks Hall, Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A. to the B. of ,'L. E., gave a covered-dish supper for .members and there families. There .was-a.fine attendance. · . . Appointments in keeping with Val- ..entine Day prevailed. Heart-shaped -favors were filled with red candy. ^.Tables decorations were carried out -in the"lodgc colors', red, white,' blue -i-and'.-purple.. Later'.'in _ihe .evening games-were ''played,-"prizes"-going to Mrs. O. A. :TrayJs,-'Mrs::De'liIah Spliday, Lillian '.Anderson' an'd .Mrs."-E. 'W. Heavner. .1 Thel^next'm'ee'ting^-will be held "."Wednesday"afteriibonr"February 22. .'."MRS. CLARENCE GEAKSART HONORED WITH 'SHOWER "· Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bailey enter- · ^.tained at their home at.' Leisenring ..No. 1 Saturday night-in honor of their "daughter, Anna Mae,; _ whose mar- jriage' to Clarence Gearhart was- an ·Jevent of last Thursday. The evening ~was spent at games. Mr. and Mrs. -.George Gearhart sang several selec- ;.tipns. At a-late hour a delicious ·junch was served by Mrs. Bailey, ·^assisted by ;Miss Lena Bailey and :,Mrs. James S: Bailey. Mr. and 'Mrs. Gearhart received -beautiful and' useful gifts. Guests .-were present from Leisenring,:Brook- rvale, Dunbar, CotmeUsvflleV.::;jiria -'Mount Pleasant. .-.'.:.',_...... .S. C. CLA'SS WILL MEET." """ WITH MRS. GEORGE HENRY ,: The,.Stella.. Cunningham-Class -of 'the First Methodist Protestant Church .'Will meet Friday.night.~at the home of Mrs." George Henry,' -East Fair- ;vlew avenue. Members who have .not been attending the monthly business and social gatherings are welcome to meet with the class'. ··'- Marlt Anniversary.""·'· '.' : Mr. and Mrs. Alvie H. Silbaugh of .Upper Middletown observed their fourteenth wedding anniversary Tuesday. Mrs. Silbaugh is the former Hazel Haun of this city. Mr. Silbaugh is an employe of the State Highway Department. Fellowship Banquet. The Upstrearners Class of Pennsville Evangelical Church FOSBRINK-BAILEY COMING MARRIAGE OF INTEREST HERE Of interest in Connellsvilie and vicinity is the coming marriage ot Miss Geraldine Fosbrink, daughter of.Mrs. Mae Fosbrink of Unlontown, and Robert E. Bailey, first class private, located at Fort Hoyle, Md. The ceremony will take place at 8 o'clock Friday evening at Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, Uniontown. Rev. Homer C. Renton, pastor, will officiate. The bride-elect is a granddaughter of C. H. Balsley of East ConneHsville. Her fiance is a son of John Bailey of Philadelphia. LENA NICOLAZZp-TO WED JAMES DeSilCHELE FEB. 11 At 9 .o'clock . .Tuesday.. morning, February 14, Miss.. Lena Nicolazza, daughter of. Mr. and . Mrs. -.Michael Nicolazza of North Third street, will become the bride "of James DeMich- elc, -son of Mr. · and - Mrs. Don DcMichele of Mount Pleasant, at St. Rita's Roman Catholic Church. Rev. Henry .-.peVivo will officiate. Miss Helen DeMichele, sister of the bridegroom-elect;^.will be .maid oi honor and Albert'McMichele will be his brothev.'sibest.man.. A; P. SMJtlHS'.OBSERVE ' ..:":.:WEDDING ANNTVERSAR Mr.' and lMrs."~A. P. Smith celebrated their twenty-first wedding anniversary Tuesday night at the'ir home in Highland avenue with · a family dihheri the menu consisting of' chicken with' all ,the . trimmings Sharing the repast with Mr.' and Mrs. Smith wore their four sons Wayne, Clarence, James and Donald Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Ada Bales of West Newton. ; ;CliamtierIain-Stafford Wedding. · -'Miss'"Alice Chamberlain, daughter: pi Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain .of Uniontown, and Ralph W Stafford'were married at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Firs Mcthdisl Protestant Church at Uniontown, the ceremony being solemnized on the bride's iwenty-firs.t birthday. Rev. Shell officiated. 'An informal reception-at--the-home of the bride's parents -followed · the ceremony.- JMrs. Harry-Slrou'd- of Dunbar was" among the guests. My-Te-Good Club. The My-Te-Good Club, will mee this evening at the. home, of Mrs Ray Fosbrink of Rock Ridge road. ;: Will Entertain Club. 1 The Friendship Club will meet tonight at the home o£ Mrs. John F Lewis of South Prospect street. the will hold its annual fellowship banquet at 7 o'clock Friday night .^at the home of Miss Helen Nicklow at Pennsville. Democratic Club to Meet. ' The Woman's Democratic ...Club will meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday night, February 13, at Attorney Arthur A. Brown's office in the Title Trust Buildinjr. .. ': Special Music Tonight. Tlie topic for the revival service tonight at the Mount Olive Unitei Brethren Church is "Where Were You Sa've'd?'.'' .There will be special music .Rev."W;."J.'Rilchey "is pastor. DANCE TONJGHT Eagles Hall THE ·'IHXOMANS ·8:30 to 12 ienate Considers Bill Tc Revamp Labor Board, Making II Fair to All Continued from Page One. ng directly to the United States Dis- rict Court. Such a change, he said, ivould remove from the board its udicial function, leaving it in - the ro3e of investigator and prosecutor. 2. Permit either employes or.em- ployers to petif.ion for an election to determine the collective bargaining representative; a secret ballot within 20 days after receipt of the petition ivculd be mandatory. . Grant to employers the right to aargain collectively "free from threat, intimidation, restraint or coercion from any source." The aresent act prohibits employers from engaging in such unfair labor prac- ces. 4. Define as "unfair labor practice" an act of a labor organization or any officer, agent or employe o the organization, to threaten or in- timidatc-workers to violate a civil or criminal law in the course of a dispute, to strike without ah affirmative vote of a majority ot employes in an appropriate unit, to interfere with th( orderly conduct of an employer': business, or lo strike in violation o; a valid contract or agreement. 5. Require labor organizations to file information regarding their groups, including the names of a] officers with a certification that each is an American citizen. The Labo Board would not be allowed to certify as collective bargaining agent any union not complying. i. Grant employers the right "to counsel or advise his employes orally or in writing" about the Wagner Act 7. Substitute "remedial severanci pay" for the practice of "reinstate ment of employes against the will o trie employer." Burke described compulsory reinstatement of "trou ble-making employes" as "vexatious' to employers, contending that thi: proposal would force the "accuser t come into court with clean hands." Proposed changes in the election machinery of the board, Burke said were based on complaints "commonly made Uiat the board refuses to cal an election until it is assured b; Committee, of Industrial Organizations leaders that they are in control." Thn board has been accused by Burke jnd the AFL of favoring the CIO, which opposes any change in the act. Burke would "protect the rights o craft unions" by making it impossibl ;l to impose upon employes by tlv board . . . representatives selected by a minority of workers in a given unit." The preamble to the Wagner Ac would be changed to read that it purpose was "to end industrial strif and unrest, however caused," in con trast to the present reading which, h contended, assumes that employer only are to blame for labor dls turbances. · With Mrs. John Dawson. Mrs. John G. Senor will hav charge of. the program to be -. pre senled at the monthly meeting of th Fidelis Class of the First Methodis Episcopal Church at which Mrs John . H.. Dawson .will be - hostess a 8 o'clock Friday night at .her..horn in West Green street. The committc consists, of .Mrs. .Dawson, "chairman. Mrs.' Frank' R.. Sweeney, Mrs. T. . Heirs, Mrs. A. W. Springer, Mrs Harry Mitchell ar.d Miss Marth Kauffman. Death Probe Ended. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 0.--Death o Anna Enozek, 24, of Herbert, re 'suited accidentally, State Motor Po lice said after an investigation whic followed her de'ath in the hospital here a few hours alter she had suffered a skull fracture. Police found two persons who saw the girl fall pri the sidewalk at Fairbank, suffering the fatal injuries. , Personal To Fat Girls Now yon can Glim down your face *nd figure without strict dieting or back-breakine exercises. Just eat.sensibly and,take 4 Mar- _ mo la Prescription Tablets K dar. ftccordiztf · to the directions, until you have lost enough fat -- then atop. Marmola Prescription Tablet*-hare-been sold to the public for rhore-than thirty- ycam. More than .twenty million boxes have been JliWbutcd during that period. - Mnrmola Is not intended as a cure-all for all ailments. This advertUcment U intended only for fat porvon* who-a.ro normal find, henlthy otherwise md who»e fatntsi U caused by R reduction* in'the"secretion from the thyroid -aland (hypo-thyroldiBm) with accompanying »ybnormal metabolic rates. No other representation is made as to this treatment except-under, these condition* wid.. according to the dosage as recommended, W« do not make any diagrnoiis u that {· the function at your physician, who must b« consulted for that purpose. The complete formula is included in every package. Start with Marmola today and win th« Blender lovely flsnire that is riebtfully 7»ur*. Celebrate Boy Scout Week The Boy Scoots of New York City herald opening of National Boy Scoot Week -with the erection of a log cabin on.top of the R C A Buildinsr, Radio City. Tho celebration marks the 29th anniversary of Boy Scouting in America. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" DOti'1 GUESS--COUNT! IN MANY A situation, a guess can be avoided If the player will only count up to thirteen and then do whatever subtracting is necessary. That simple procedure can sometimes" show you that beyond peradventure of a doubt a singleton king or ace is bound to be playod on the current trick, «o that you may therefore employ your own cards in the way you absolutely know will produce the best result. M Q J 6 4 » None 4 Q J 7 5 , Q 9 7 3 2 * A J 10 5 A A V Q J S B 4 2 4 A 9 6 A K 6 4 (Dealer: East. Neither side vul- merable.) George Reilh In the West and S. Carton Churchill In the East, winders ot many national events, got a clear top score on this deal In a rc- fcent tournament. The same bidding pccurred at several tables. East bid J.-Club, Sou to 1-Heart, East 1- ISpade, South 2-Hearts, West 2- Bpades, South 3-Hearts, and West doubled. Also the play began the same at two tables, with West leading the (spade 2 and the Q being put on from dummy. At one table East covered promptly with the K and the A won. Kext the heart Q lured the K, a diamond brought tha J, K and A, Ojpvtipht- 1959. KIB? another diamond to the Q enabled the discard of a third diamond on the spade J, then a diamond lead, ruffed by East's heart 7, was over- ruffed by the 8. The heart 4 forced the A, then Bast led the club A and another. West ruffing. South ruffed the return, dropped West's last trump and had the rest of the tricks, making his contract. Mr. Churchill refused to play his spade K on the dummy's Q, counting his partner for four because of his supporting spades and also knoivlng- he would have led the A If he had it. South therefore had s singleton A. Ensuing tricks were the heart Q to the K, the spade S ruffed by South, heart J to the A, a heart to the 10, spade ruS, heal* 19, club K to the A, spade 10, club J ito the Q, two diamonds, then the club 10, eo that it was set two tricks. South was beaten the moment Mr. Churchill refused to cover the spade Q. · · * Tomorrow's Problem A 10 V K 10 7 4 · A 10 5 j, A Q 10 S 2 ~S 1 * Q 9 6 5 I 4 3 S[ V A J 2 . « S 3 2 Rev. W. F.Seitter Dies; Was Former Dawson Minister ,Kev. William F. Seitter, 58 years old, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church at California, Pa., and former pastor'o£ Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist E p i s c o p a l Ihurch at Dawson, died at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at his home at 313 Liberty street,' Cali- lornia. He had been bedfast since :he beginning of December. Born on a farm near Triadelphia, W. Va., Rev. Seitter was educated in the public schools of his community, West Liberty Normal School at West Liberty, W. Va., West Virginia University at Morgantown and Drew Theological Seminary at Madison, N. J. Following his graduation from the seminary he spent a year.in Europe--studying at Leipsic and Rome, on a fellowship from Drew. Rev. Seitter entered the Pittsburgh Conference o£ the Methodist Church in 1906 as pastor o£ the Allenport- Speers-Ebenezer charge in Washington county. After two years there he was assigned to Morningside Church, Pittsburgh. In turn he served Ambridge, College Hill at Beaver .Falls, Baden," Conemaugh, Derry, Dav/son and California. He was at Dawson for 11 years. It was during his pastorate the church there, one of the finest in the conference, was erected and dedicated. He was in his third year at California. Surviving are his wife, who was Miss Grace Murray of McMechen, W. Va.; an adopted daughter, Mildred, a student at Southern Seminary at Buena Vista, Va.; four brothr- ers, Albert, George and Fred of Wheeling, W. Va., and Louis of Wintersville, Ohio, and three sisters, Miss Louise of Cincinnati, Mrs. Amelia Wheeler and Mrs. Henry Nauman of Triadelphia, W. Va. The funeral service will be Saturday at 1:30 o'clock at the Methodist Church at California. Burial will be at West Alexander! Come to FOX'S '-;··· when you need: Wall Papers Paints ·Enamels ' " ~ ' :' . jV'arnishes . Brushes- Window Glass Mate. Glass . Picture Frames Display Cards Sign Painter Brushes Gold Leaf Silver Leaf Parchment Butter Paper Drop Cloths ; . Ladders Paper.Hanger Tools Cellophane in rolls Vitrophane in rolls Wall Paper Cleaners Paint Cleaners Wall Paper- Removers Electric Floor Sanders Electric Floor Waxers . . . and dozous o£ other items that you. need when you ] a p e r, puint and reii orate. » For Cupboards, Presses, and Small Rooms WALL PAPER REMNANTS 50c to $3.00 Values 10cto75c FOX'S Wall Paper -- Glass -Lucas Paints. Phone 341. 122 South Pittsburg Street cj 9 s 9 6 -1 J 7 5 A A A K S 2 V 6 3 -» K Q J 7 * K 0 6 (Dealer: South. Both sides vulnerable.) With the diamond 9 Ir.d. how j should South play for 5-rfo trump ? Fe»ture» STotilcaK. Inc. Adult Bible Class Meets. The Adult Bible Class of Hickory Square Sunday School met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loney Herrington Thursday evening. Fred Zorn was leader, using for his- subject the Sunday school lesson, "Peter Preaches at Pentecost." Fifteen members were present and all took part in the meeting. After the devotional service lunch was served by Misses Leona, Edna and Fern Her- ringlon. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Hall on Thursday, March 2. Juniors Meet Friday. Magic Council, Junior Order of United American Mechanics, will meet Friday night when a membership campaign - will be started and continued until June. The social committee is planning-to stage a party. Home From Hospital. Harry Gainer -ot 406 'Stephens street, -inj ured in an automobile accident last week, has been discharged from Connellsvilie State Hospital. His ; condition -is much improved. Will Improve Bridge. Slate Highway Department and i-ubJic Utility Commission disclosed (n Harrisburg they are preparing to make major improvements to the bridge over the Monongahela River connecting Speers and Belle Vernon. 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