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EAGE'TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1338. Attorney Wade K. Newell to Speak At Meeting of -Attorney. Wade K. Newell of Uniontown Svill speak on "Juvenile.; Delinquency" aÂ£^a meeting Â«jE tiÂ»y Woman's Culture Club .to be held, Monday^oiternooh aÂ£thcTf upgroomt? at the CsTncgle^Free; Llbjory. Mr?; John B Davis istto be the;ieadcr-qnd- 2wrs. S T~*''Bcnfofg"jiai*'Qi'jrBnjied "O- -presiding-* musical program. Â·"Â· Hostesses ere Jvjrs jrElya Todd Burrmns,:*Irs. Charles Nempn, Mrs. and Mrs v -W.-;C. C B OF A, WILL HOLD REGIONAL CONFERENCE SUNDAY IN PITTSBURGH Mury C. Duffy, supreme regent ol j the Catholic Daughters of America, will be the guest speaker at the banquet following the regional conference to be held Sunday at the William Pcnn Hotel, Pittsburgh Margaret McHugh ol Unlontown, vice- regent, will be the toastmaster. Addresses will be made by Rev Paul E Campbell, superintendent of the parochial schools in the diocese Rev. Andrew Pauley of Mount Mercy College, Frances Mahcr ol Kane, State regent, and Alice Jolly, State treasurer. Cecelia D. McHufih . will deliver the introduction. ! The.Junior program is scheduled tor 1 o'clock and will be followed by life senior program at S o'clock. The DR. STEELE SAYS TENURE LAW PUTS TEACHERS ON SPOT , ^ m^tingfwlll^ipen at-5" o'clock with-- a ^business ^session with the' choirs "of Court 'Canonsburg and Court"Alleghcny will furnlfch the -music. - JOYCE AJJN GOLDSBOUO "Thirty members ol tlKf JunlOE.-Mu- sjc Club Â· Uniontown wlllrptescat r __ an "exchange program for thTTJUJllor: ^d'l'S^i Mozart Music Club Monday evening' af a meeting to be held at the home o f ' the president, Miss Sylvia Sjfhmjdie, in Snyder street. Accom- pwrijing the group will be Union- lawn counselors, Mrs. Hcrbort^John- spn and .Mrs Isaac Jackson. -A delightful program-- has, bÂ«jx atrungcd Included will be two numbers by the newly organized choral group, readings, by Dons Fast, a gucst;^ violin selections by Morgan McDonald, piano solos by Suo- Hess and Lmdsey Howard, Jr r~aTM piano duet by -Poris- Nixon anoTDorothy Edwards~Â»nd vocal solos b"y"Mabci " ~ Rifrsshments'ond a~soc!aThour will supplement the program. Members of the local club arc to assemble, ol tKe SchmidleTiomo at 7 3p-o'clockÂ»- . -The social commrtteerccpiMriscs Beverly Strawn, chairman; Betty Lee Dlxon, Jane Dunklc, Jean Gpe, Rose- Jyn Rullf, Nbrmn Elpern, Rosemary Hopkins, _MariorÂ»er"Atkinson, Frank Van Norman, Joseph- CarltonrMortin Strawn, John Jackson, CarX,J?~An- rtinc, Jr.,- and Misses ^Sylvia and Helen SciHnidle. Mrs. -The Stouffer - home in .Bridge street, Dawson, was .the scene oC a TREASURER ELECTED COKE QUEEN nt _ar.prsBilyr"apixlntcd chUdrens party Wednesday at her home at Dawson in honor ot the sixth birthday of her daughter, Joyce Ann. The hours were from 4 to 0 o'clock and-thirty-four of the little honoree's friends were" guests. The entire house was attractively decorated in keeping wltHT St. Valentine's Day. Games, under the supervision of-Miss McCune, Miss Shipley and Mrs. Obcr, teachers at the Dawson school, were" ployed Prizes were awarded. Later a dainty lunch wus served. As thc guesi* marched to the dining room table, which was covered' with .in ^attractive- valentineTMcloth, they afl sang ~'Happy Birthday" to You"" "Joyce "Ann responded by singing "Thank Vou My Dear Friends." Adorning^the table was a box, covered witH* white crepe pBpcr_nnd red hearts " Concealed in the^bbx, were the" favors, paper-horns "and hats -These-were received by the little guests when they pulled Â» string to which their favors were attached. TKe cfome in tbe'diningroom was decorated with-Mlckcy Mouse lights After'the lunch_the children donned Â·their hals^blew-thclr^lioms, and staged a~pafadeT' ~" --Â·"Â· " _ Thursday night at the B. O,-Y. M. C. A , Coke Queen Lodge, Ladies Society of the B of L. F. and E,- elected Mrs._Rebecca Blacka treasurer to /U1~the vacancy caused by the deatb_of Mrs._Annn Watson, Thc charter was draped for thirty days in memory ot Mrs Watjson. ..Installation of officers were completed. The meeting was well attended. Marrfaco Announced. Miss Alia MacJKegK. daughter ot Mrs. Lydia Kegg of Uniontown, and . D. Barnhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. acob Barnhart ot Lcckronc, were man led Thursday, January 20, in SalUmore, Md. Rev. Huffman, pastor oÂ£ the Calvary Lutheran Church, performed the ceremony. Mr. and Urs. A. Strublc ol Frcdericktown were the attendants. The couple left or a short wedding trip. On their return they will reside for the present with the bridegroom's parents, MettUiE postponed. A meeting ot the King's Daughters ;irclo- of the Tlr*t - Presbyterian Church, scheduled for Saturday afternoon at the home ot Mr*. William Wl.ihart, has been postponed to icxt Tuesday afternoon. Miss Flora Leej-Scally- 1 and "Mrs. George "Moorec- ~ H. IV. B. CLOU MEETS " ~ pleasing --surprise" partyp- ^glvcn .WITH MRS. SARA-CRISLIP Wednesday evening -in honor of Mrs TTM R- W. B Club of the Daugh- Wargaret Stouffer, who was eighty Â«Â«Â« of, America met Wednesday night years "young" on that date. The at thc homo oÂ£ Mr s Sara Crislip in affair was arranged by four of Mrs ' Stouffer's nearest neighbors, Mrs. Lucy Husband, Mrs. Hugh T. Duff, Mm. T. C. Stark and Mrs. Daisy Brown. An interesting program, Jn charge of Mrs. Duff, was given as follows. JSong, "Happy Birthday," by all. -Birthday greeting, Ralph Duff. -Vocal duet,-"As the" Years Roll By," Mrs Virginia'SelfeH and Mrs. June Husband ^Heading, "The David Husband.' Stubborn Auto," ""I Have o Friend," Mrs. Stouffer's favorite-hymn.-^Rov.- Dr. Thomas ' pastor or- Philip O. Cochran Memorial Methodist Episco- pal.Church of Dwvson. , -Piano solo, "Playtime," Ralph Duff. Glowing tributes to Mrs. Stouffer, given In short addresses by A. C. Brown, Thomas Stark, David Husband, R. K. Smith and Dr. Charlesworth. Tiano solo, "Mighty Lak a .Rose," Sara Husband. Vocal solo, "The End of a Perfect Day," Mrs. June Husband. Closing number, "Sweeter as the Days Go By," another of. Mrs Stouffer's favorite hymns, by the entire group. "A delicious lunch was served by Miss Clara Stouffer, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Husband, Mrs. Stark and Miss Brown, after which Mrs. Stouffer, Davidson avenue. Considering thc unfavorable weather, there was a good attendance Plans were made for a covered-dish luncheon, date to be decided on Bingo was played at thc close of the meeting, prizes being won by the following. High, Mrs C. J Ellis; second, Mrs Ruth Geary third, Mrs Nolle Snippy. The hostess served a delicious lunch. The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Carrie Graft The committee is Mrs. Carmie Earle^ Mrs Jean Filburn, Mrs Mae Weaver and Mrs. Graft. A valentine party will slso be held at this time and each member Is to bring a comic valentine. opened and gifts. displayed her- lovely "Mrs. Stouffer Is one of the most highly esteemed and dearly loved \vomen of thc Tri-Town ComrounKy, ami all of her friends hope she will have many more happy birthdays; t^Those participating In- the party in: addition tr the. honor guest were alt of her children, Mrs. Earl Blair, Stcubenville, Ohio; James Stouffer, WashlngtonTTaT-MisStr-CJara --and Lloyd Stouffer at home, and the foi. lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. B7 Husband, Mr. and -Mrs -- Hugfi'-TT Duft and son, RalphJ Mr. "and Mrs*- A7C. Brown, Miis Daisy Brown, Mr^ and- Mrs. T. C. "Slarlf -and' son, Thomps, Mr anil Mrs Henry Livingston and.ch.ildr.en, Ciena and Ruth, son, David, Miss Sara*Husband.Miss Naomi Blair, Mr. snd '_Mrsn.Frank Hsupt, Mrs, Jack.-HoffmanrMrs.rj. C."tevcrgood, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Charlesworth, Mr. and'Mrs K -X. Smith, Mri. J. R. Cottom, Mrs. Alice" Sherbondy, Mr. and Mrs. -Eldon Sutherland, Mrs? Mary Boers," all of Dawson; Mr.- and Mrsl-Jqhn'-Blair' and daughler, Jean, -Dunbiir;"-- Mr% j Virginia Seifcrt~nnd .daughter,. Jopnj Lee, Mrs HcrsJlSfcHasbanci, MJs:c Grace Husbands-Mrs. Anna 'Shaffer, Mjss Betty Shaw, an otLlberty.~_- CHICKEN AND WAFFLE DINNER ATTBACTS 160 Approximately 160 people were served i at a chicken and waffle dinner Thursday evening at thc Church of the. Brethren,; by the Young People's Class.-- -Artificial flowers were used in decorating. Miss Alice Hidgeway was general (iairman. Mothers of the class members prepared the meal, with Mrs. Paul V Loplcy In charge of the kitchen and Mrs George Smith, thc dining room AMORE CLUB ENTERTAINED BY BIRS. D. E. ISOLA The Amore Club met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. D. E. Isola in West Crawford avenue. -Knitting and crocheting were the diversions .and later the hostess served lunch. Thc next meeting will be held a the home ot Miss Rachel Isola in West Crawford avenue. Continued from Page One ' at the same time not retard those of | "superior" intelligence I Referring to recent legislation that ( was passed regarding the compulsory inclusion In the schools of all boys and girls under 18 years, he said this only tends to increase thc obligations of? teachers A new program including in a rgc measure recreation not only uring school hours but in the cvc- ng as well, would have to be anncd if the teachers were to cap- re and hold the interest of the dcr students and discharge their wn obligations in a flttinu manner, e speaker declared. He reminded the teachers that thc cneflts and securities provided un- er thc tenure act would be received nly BO long us the teachers remained impctent and that meant u con- nuol effort to improve themselves trough study an dapplication Dr. Alonzo F. Myers of New York niversity concluded the morning ession with a discussion on "The lole of Education in Social Rccon- ruction." The educator said that everyone as convinced there is "a problem of oclal reconstruction confronting us today and that a change is being reeled. "What we do not know is 'hat the eventual goal will be " He claimed that education Ins a orgc part of piny In the recomtruc- on and that its changing was rot omethinc new because changes had Â»cn made in the past. 'Society today," he declared, tanging in a decade as fast ns solely over a hundred jears ago hanged In a century." He said education develops an pen-mind attitude that permits a nange to be effected and thit thc people soon adjust themselves to that bange. Boy Who Got $150 ' From.Somerfield Store Is Parolee ~ SOMERSET, Jan. 28. -- Evcrson KelJy, stocky H-ycnr-old Some! field schoolboy'who admitted the theft o more than $150 train the Frey general store at Somcrficld last Friday drew a three-year parole term and a stiff lecture from Judge Norman T Booso in Juvenile court. In a halting mumble the lad toll the court he had been on a temper ary holiday since the school fire ihr re last week and wanted some spend' ing monc . After hearing testimony ot arrest ing officers of the State Motor Police and qj Manager William McCulIough the court warned the Ind that h must stay out of trouble in the fu turc "You are at the crossroads of you life," Judge Boose told him. "If yoi do not choose the path of a goo citizen you mujt look forward t years in prison " The boy was returned to the cus tody of his parents but will be un dcr the supcnrision of the couit pa role officer. In addition to the parol term, he must pay costs and mak restitution of the stolen property. Mr McCulIough SRid that all of th money excepting $25 had been re turned to him as the boy had $140 1' his possession when apprehended i; Fayette county where he had gone tc visit. Condition Critical. Condition of William Kestncr o East Cedar avenue was reported "critical" at Connellsville State Hos pital shortly before noon today. CARD PARTY Immaculate Conception Athletic Council Will Hold Their Annual Card Party Monday, January 31 Reception Hall of the Church. DOOR PRIZE Bridge "500" Blnco PROTECTIVE HOME CIRCLE - GIVES CARD, BIXGO PARTI A well attended card and "bingo pnrty wns given Thursday night at) P H C Hall by the Protected Home ) Circle. Pilzcs were won by. thc_foU[ lowing: Five hundred -- high,-- Mrs I Jean Filburn; second, Mrs Nilnnd, I third, Mrs. Siesky; bingo-- high, Mrs Tober; second, Mr^-LEdna Plern, tliird, Mrs. Joseph Murphy; special bingo-- high, Mrs. Jack-McWilliams; second, Mrs O. Thomas, third, Mrs. S. C Miller; door. Miss Anna TrcsiU. Lunch -was served by- thc committee. Town O ff -'. Every .Pair of Shoes in Our Store, Men's, Women's and Children's, -zr ~:/_- Included in This Sale! _-Quality.Sho.es / ^Nej'er Before, Offered for . - " V.. So~L"ittIe Money! -.'- -A Special Group Ot -Women's Pumps, Operas, Colonials and Strap patterns. Blacks and browns Up to Six Dollar Values . Pair HOOPER LONG 'Dance Thai Someone Else May Walk," Urges President's Bail Head ConnclJsville and environs will do its bit toward the Infantile poiolysit fund that is being raised nationally by sponsorship of birthday balls on the anniversary of Piosidcnt Roosevelt on Saturday. The local celebration is scheduled for Pleasant Valley Country Club and indications point to another successful event. There is a good advance ticket sale and many reservations arc being made at the club Dr H Daniel Mineid, city chairman of the birthday ball committee, today urged all who possibly could to purchase a ticket from any member of the general committee whether or not they plan to attend the ball Those desiring to -rmlcc smaller contributions may leave them with Chairman Mincrd or Treasurer J. Vincent Soisson. "Dance so that someone else may walk again," declared Dr. Minerd as he urged the people of the community to again measure up to their usual standard In participating in any and all worthwhile projects ' Connellwille has always acquitted itself proudly and this noble cause Is deserving of everyone's support," the chairman said. Perry Stuck Elected Perryopolis Firemen's Memorial February 6 Annual memorial service of Perry Township Volunteer Fire Department will be held on Sunday night, February 6, in the Perryopolis Methodist Episcopal Church Hcv. Fred B. Grimm, pastor, will preach the sermon There will be a spclal program. Tiremcn wall attend in Â» body. Head ot Fire Chieis Perry btuck of Perryopolis has been elected president of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Association of ?iro Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs, 3emg chosen at a meeting held at Lock No. 4 in Washington county Other officers named follow Joseph Radish, Washington township, vice-president, Carlisle Beatty, Belle VernonJ secretary-treasurer, Mount Olive Revival Closes Sunday Night Rev WilhanS J. Ritchey, pastor of the Mount olive United Brethren Church, will preach on "What Think Ye of Chiistl" at tonight's revival service The special meetings, in progress foi the third week, will come to n close on Sunday evening Grange Dinner Saturday. Rev Lawrence S Elliott, pastor ot and Fred G j Latta ol California, | the First Methodist Episcopal Charles Martin ot McKeesport and Herman Reeves of Belle Vernon, executive committee. Plans were discussed for the annual flre school to be held in the summer. There will be another meeting of the association at Wayncsburg on Fcbruar/ 16 at which time arrangements will be started for the annual picnic Church, will be the speaker tomorrow afternoon at the annual oyster dinner of Dawson Grange in the grange hall in Lower Tyrone township. A program of entertainment has been planned by the lecturer. Champion Sportsmen' Will Meet Saturday Champion District Sportsmen's Association will meet Saturday night a t ' 8 o'clock at Champion. I A good attendance is desired as. Important topics relative to game and its protection will be taken up. j Medicated with throat soothing ingredients of Vicks VapoRub. TAX NOTICE! 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