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r»A(HJI TWO. THE DAILY COURIER,, CONOTTLLSVILl 0, PA, 8ATTJRDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1930, Old Friends Meet on Biri bday of One Harold H. Johnstone, Nephew of Mrs. J. M. Reid, Weds in London ®~ A v/rddinjr of distinction ami ot interest to Coiutellsvlllf society took place J a n u a r y 9. in London, J£nghmd, when Mrn. Katharine Walters, formerly K a t h a r i n e Vaster Frasor, elder daughter of tjjxdy Fr-stor FYaser of Cornwall House, Gorirw.itl Gardens, K. W., became the tirido of Harold ilali«ck Johnstone, 5011 of Sam M. Johnstono ami tho laU- Mrs. Johnstono of Btttte, Montana, formerly of Con- ncltevilta. Tho bride, who i« a member tft a prominent family, is identified in London society. Mi'. Johmstone, who is a member of one of Btittc.'s foremost families, tK a nephew of Mrs. ,1. SI. Held of West. f'narh street, and has friends here. While attending .school in tho East, he stpeat hia summer vacations with Mrs. Reid. Ho attended the Butto schools and later the United States Naval Academy, graduating with the clafH o! 1907. in 1014 ho left, for HH? sia, where ho spent three years, au! since that time has toured all tho principal countries -t Kuropo as submarine export He U technical representative for .Uleclric Boat Company at Now York with headquarters in Paris, Froiici:. Mr. Johtwitone's liur. visit with hie a u n t , Airs. Reid, was two years ago. Aft«r a brief wedding trtji Mr. and Mre. Johnatono will Ixs at home in Paris. rM.TURK f ' U H WOMEN W I L L VISIT CAPSTAN «LAHS I'LAVH '·'oliowing tfw finn-'.i-mont'hly rn«f!nK of the Woman':-; Culture OH rib Monday afternoon In tho Hu'b rooms at tlie CfcriKsgio Free library the members will motor to Soath ConneUsvillc, w'jore they will bo taken through the Capstan Glass Company. U. Fred lUonuin. president of the plant, will address tho club daring the meeting. Mrs. Banks I). Brown, is I-rader of the program. All mombei*s desiring ic visit I ho plant and who do not have cars :»ro as.kert to nitify TWO H P N D R K P GFKSTS ATTENP irMVKHKH'Y C L U B H A N C K A prominent Kotinl M- -nt of *fu.Mt. night, was a Valentine tkincc KIVII in tho Htate Armory by the trnivoivdty Olu'b. Tho conHuitleo f » n a i s t o l of William Keffer, Walter Drucoll, Ralph Kinburssk'y and Henry I'.rowi!. One hundred couples were in attendance and eujoyott dancing 1 xm !i to 1 o'clock. The dance was marked 1 by bountiful docorutiouH and fine music. Never did tho large hall prosen u n.ore attractive appearance, 'Standing out in prominence was an ffeetrve arrangements of rod a/irt ye'low ribbonB, to whioJi hearts and rod iwllotis wore attached. The aide lighle ,vere colored, with «hadea of vari-colored heart designs, which cast a soft glow throughout the auditorium. Boon after an intei mission tho guests were cntwtaiuert with a duet danoo number my "Babe ' lve]era aud Bill Keffor, in which log and tap steps s'ere introduced. This was Col- towed by a solo number by Bill Kefter, Tho tiance will bo n-menxborowl as one oJ the mo-it delig \ t f n l uocial evonts of tho season. Tho numbers rendered by tho orehw ra eon- lined to the latest ton ; hits of tho .season. .1FMOK C. E. SOCIKTT HOLDS V A L K Y r i N E PARTY Tho Junior Christian Endeavor Society of the First Metho!iet Protestant C h u r c h hold e bueines: meeting and Valentino party laat i ight in tho church. Fifty-three « nmbors ·*er«; present. During the bu .ines,'} meeting, In. c.nargo of Mte8 Wa-n-.-tta Voder, the following officer*: and hainnon worn elected: f^resldent, Ob irles Bishop; vice-president, 1'ark M Her; eecreUirjr aud treasurer, Lbuiao JCeffley; prayer chairman, Mwrjorlo Means; miselonary chairman, .lurlftl Brooks; iVrs. If. D. Whip ot Vine street. A r - I assistant, l^ois BMsher; lookout chair- will m«1o for their 3THM1JEK.S OF TKAINTNG CLASS (JI'KSTH AT S1MOHKTTI St'PPER Members ot" 'ihe Leadership Train- i-ig Class of tho first United PrueTjy- t»rian Church wore gueettuof Mrs. R. f'-. Ilartllne ot Ro')bluft street at a snaghetti supper l«ist evening, at v.-hif.h covers were laid for eighteen persona. Mrs. ITirtllno wu« man, Dorothy D'Heai; Charles Smith; so( ml chairman, Charles Harvey; afcssi a n t , G-ertrude Camiin; comrade of the Quiet Hour and Tenth I^egiou superintnedont, M«ry Ellen Shives. Four vieitore, Mrs. Datey Ebbert, M r«. Mary Rout, Mrs. Guy Shaw and Mian Mary Parkhill, wore present. Mr . Bbbert gave a short talk. Val«u.U e games wore played. Valentines v ere exchanged. AH meoibcre were itsk^d to attend the in entertaining by Mrs. Clark Glass. mooting Sunday aften oon at ;.! o'clock occasion w a s the fourth anni- iu tho church.. Kijcty- ive hius been wet ary F M» i Left to HEM, *e*t«'d, Harray FtreBtoa*, rtsbber- -f cif the brown tablet htmoring; Mr. JSdiaon. Tiut tlr« mi*n»te; Mr*. Thonwu A!Y» Zdteon, Mr. Edi- | oewuiion was UM aighty-thicd birthday of ·on, «na Herury Ford, automobile magnate, .RJ* 1 ^ ttt»d - - - -- i -- · « · - - MltS. B. C. 3AJtP HEA1 OF PKISCELIiA SKWINCI CJIBCtE An enjoyable meeting of thus PrisciUa Sowing Circle was hold last night in the home of Mrs, IS. G. Camp, Haas av«nne. About thirteen members were present. Mre. E. D. Guio ot Di.inbar, tsister of the hostess, wa« a guest . A bualn«iH session wtte hell at which offioorB for the ensuing year were- e-leettd a« follown: President; Mrs. E. C. Oarnp; vlce-preaidont, MrS. Randall Ljone; secretary, Mr». Carl Morgan; treesuror, Mrs. Rows Showman. Fantywork waa the ainusoment. later in the evening. Attra«Uva appointments ^nggefitlvo of Valentine Day predorjinatod. Tho hosteag served a dAiaty lu^ch. The next meeting will bo. held in the 'homo of Ml«a Minerva Kofler of l\plar Grove. . STIUBT FKK8TEOWACHER HOSTESS TO J. B. I. CLCB Str, irt Fonatermacher onter- fained the m«anb»rs of the J. B, 1. Club laKl night at her home, 605 Dnvidwon av«jnue. filne members were jirewent. After the business nKMsting the evening was Hpent at tuncyworK and music. S"r«. Forrest WJ)lpk?y re- ceivod the attendance prize, "which was ionaled by tho h-Ofitess. At a lato hour lh« hostotis Borved a very do! f clous lunch, all the appointments lxtiig In keeping vith Valentino Day. The roome were aJeo prottily decor ,U«d in keoplng v 1th the day. The next mooting wilt bj held Friday evoking, -"ebruary 28, at the home of Mne, A. J CM in Fayette si root- Snow Carniral -·ersary of Mr*. Ifcirtline's son, Richard. Master Richard was showered .vith toj'« ami othrr gitta. Appointaun(«, v ere in keeping with Valentine Day, as the ;oal. FO17K HlHSDRKl) WESTS ATTfc'MO X. K. 1;. A. A eouial event of ej;i optional interest was tho annual Veileu ln« ianeo of tho Southern Division, W at Ponn Section, N. B. L, A., held last light in the Gal- Appro xi- uiutely four hundred quests, incluuing one hundred CCty rr«m Connellevillo, in attendance. ducnUs from HltS. t. J5. H U L V K I l ESTKR.TAI'^IS F. if. CLUB MM. C. B. Culver delightfully enter- , ^.^ Glln[ Unio , tained the F. H. t ^ l u b lost night ivt her home at Leteenri IK No. 1. Two aiblce were called into play for .bridge. High , f,-~ jy { r, v f V M Mf U- V^.^.*VU***.I VI-V'* .» UlA^IJ V«J I. * VJAlJt AIT^l O prlzo was won bj Mrs. Herbert K.eflter j travele(t to t h o coun ,,, Heat on i apeciul Hecoml, by Miss Pearle Robinson and ! etreet c , ir low, by Mlm Sara Ray. Mrs. Prank I Tho j^,;^ w . V) . S. Mc(,'fl,lrn« of this place and Mrs. Hood of Trotter were gue«ts. Kach received a RUost firixe. T^unc'h «upplerf.ent«l the games. Mrs. HOSPITAL ATfXILIARY MJEET TUESDAY AFTERNOON The February meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to tho ConnellsvHle State Hcapitel will be held Tue«day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Womam'6 Culture Club roonuf at ttie Campsite Fre« Ubritrj- wlt.h Mrs. Meyer Aaron, the president. In chargn. A reivcrt of iho Valentino ttfa given 7'hurslay afternoon will le given. A attendance- la Iferbort Koffor will etitortaln tho club Thursday n!i;ht, February 27, at her homo in NorUi Cottage avenue. BUSY TWKLIT: CLUB OBSKRYES ITS I'lFTKlNTi! ANMVEIWABY The Busy Twelve Club observed its 15ih anniversary las-t night with a chicken and vva'Tlo dl-nncr at Hie Harbaugh farm at l'ennsvlll3. There wore twelve tnc-mbevs in attendance. A harulkcrchlo!' fhower was tendered Mrs. Harry Hotzol. Tlie following ol'- llcern were elrctcd £of the enwuing year: Presidort, Mrs. Krwlu L. Fry;: .secretary, Mrs. Charles A. Marietta; treasurer, Mrs, Irvin A. Sbumakor; r6rorter, Mrs. J-Iarry Hetxel. The next ·meeting w i l l bo held at the home of Mrs. James Pe^gh ou March 14. R A I N B O W BOfS «IVK KNJOYABLK DANCB '('ho Huobov.' Boys held a very eu- joyable \"aloi:tin-w dance Thursday n i g h t in th.» SU-vleh Hall, South Kighth streot, West Side, Muny guests were pj'«s«nt (von' neighboring towus. Novelties K|V«.! as a part of tho iro- ijram helped (o enllreti the occasion. Tho music vvus also a delightful foa- turo ol r tho da ic-e. Tho rommitteo con- Htetod ot Sanirny Caligulre, Joo P- trilia and Mike Leone. Tho hours were horn 8:30 to 12 o'clock. Given um! the comrnlttee- Khip of William Alt «l thi.-i city, chairman, C. A. Miller, F r i n k Kproul, W. S. and Herrn; n Weaver of Union town, the dauco u rangenients were perfect-in every re ail. All present had a delightful Uni . Light refreshments were eerved. M.RS. FRANK Ml'Jtl'HI.SEW BY FRIK5DS Mrs. KrauK Curran was delightfully surpri«eii aat night when about twelve of her friends assembled a! h/r home in South Ninth street to spend tho evening. Valentine ap- iH;j;tnwnits predominated and w«r« in iV^ry detail. During thu Mrs Currau was presented w i t i i two be.iutlful gifts. A dainty l u n c h wi* stf.-ved. CJ,ASS« MEKTN WITH MA1UO1UB FOX The Suu:-!iine Class of the Flr^t · K liaeopal Sunday School met UiHf. nigl t in the homo of Marjorto .Fox. Kiwi \\a»hlni-;tJii avenue. Devotional j wef C'oudiH-twi by the hotttws, fti ,1-iy Taylor aud AnnaUil Mellhiiwr ga/e r-j-'idingij. A f t a r tho uieeting. \ir;,. SV. At. Pox, mother of ihi: i)«su v dtt, sorv«i Uui«n. Mrs. H, V. n(: Party. Mre. D. E. Folia" of South Ninth Htreet, Greenwood, was a guest at a bridge party given Thurnday night by Mr«. Archie Megha i at her home in Mount Pieaannt. ft rs. Foltz received the guest prize. Conncilsvlilo W, L 1 . T. TJ. T!U) CoiHK)ll8.vm W. C. T. U. will hold a Frances 'Villiard Memorial service In couoeotinii with its regular meeting at the Kit *t Baptist Church on Monday ovnin. A splendid program is b»ing an-; nged. The puhlic in invited. Soton lin Defmtcrs. S-eton's Hill's debating team won from tho Penn St ite debaters in UM i'.oilege ai-vditorium la»t evening. Misw Margaret Lorah, ; 01i8:abeth Bell ami Melon Kcopei-s ivp tetd the sitte of tho visitors while Misies IJorothy Gtonn, Catfiorhio Keunefl ·· ami Mary Clancy debated tor Sotou i-Iill. nr-Fenrod. Mr. and Mrs. C B. Cougihenonr of Hyndman annonn -e the marriage of their daughtur, 1- velyu, to I/ouis C. Penrod, son of'lMi 1 . and Mrs, G. IT. Psnrod oif HolHdi ysburg, which took place May iS, 181;!, Jn Hoilidaysburg. -Grrve. Miss Maude L u r e n n a Buoy, daughter of. Mr. and M -a. Addey Huoy, and Frank Hlbbs On vo, both ot High House, wore m; rrioil Thursday in Cumberland. R v. U. C. Stanaburg o Hi elated. J. II. Be wiiini! Host. Tho Won't* Bi ilo Class of Trinity Ltitheruti S u n d u · School will m«ot Monday night h t.S',e home of J. M. iiowttian, 512 D! vldsx;,-! i'orwand Class Will ]tfo«l, The Forward C!as,i of the Greenwood Method!i« '.piscopai Church will HUH'), TncMlay i ight in the home of i t.lM» clttda war her and ! M,-.S. Ruy KUtHib rsvr, Morrell avenue, MoUinRor. p r o A t l » n l . i C r o o n wood. Th rniuniitlec' consist!,' -- - -- - i r , r M r * Kl!e»iiber c-r, Mr:-. .1. t,. Cypher, Ads. ! Mrs. M y p f l p H«. d, M r s . C.'uy Coiborn l a u d Mm. W. fcl. L KOJN WILL PUT UP STORE BUILDING A two-atory ouUdlnir will 1 oreeted at MeOcrmlck and ITrancia sventiefi by L. Klein, permission iMiving been granted Friday evening by th3 City Planning Commifialon. The 'Irst story will in part be utilized lor a storeroom, while tie second floor is to be occupied aa a dwelling. Mike Colarusso of West Gibson avo- nue wns given a permit to build an addition to his houee. The .K'ayotte Building Loan Association received portnl«s*iku tor the erectkia of a porch in front of the property at the corner of Morton avenue and South Arch street. It wa» formerly owned by the Gregory Brothers. Johi) Barnes of Suyder atreet was given perinisafon to build a canopy over his g«a pumps. Kfng Winter has ch'XK^n J! isu Cecil Belanger iu hia queen, at Ottawa, Canada, for tltc inter ua» tk»«al wjnk'r caj-nir,ii there · -» OTHER MINISTERS WILL AID IN U. B. REVIVAL SERY CES "The MU1 of at tho rcrlvsil gervi os at tho Unit**! Uretiiron Church, Arhich will bo under way SvinJi y, will o: Sunday n i g h t , Kev. E A. S huHa, the pastor, wbouo anl»iocii i /ill 1 Ixxst GHp." Monday, Rev. £. K. V/iUe w Run. Tuesday, 'tier, 'Cfeorfje It. Krti Cohne)!»v311e, W«ln.oeday, Rev. It. H. Arndt -t East End United Brethren. ;. TtirwJay, Hev. ,f. )i. J-aiobert £ Friday, Rev. S. \'. Duty. A song jxjriod will prepetlc service. " · · There will bo u livrgt- clioru; ivltfr Wre. F. Sagarholtii AS . ! rector. Captain C. J, Fox of tho B; tvatlon Army will play rxm«t numbora several evenings. Services wDl lo h-ald ixich voning at 7:30. MORGAN H, BOWMAN DIES OF PNEUMONIA WHILE ON WAY SOUTH Morgan H. 'Bowman, 81 yearo old, Uniontown banker, died this morning at. i o'clock in the Rex Hospital, nalojgh, N. C. While enroute by motor to Florida, Mr. Bowman waa stricken with pneumonia 'and wao taken to the He* Hospital. His condition becarae sorious late Jn 1:b.e af- ternoom as the resnk of a heaat atr tack, . ' The aged banjtor was accompanlod by his son-in-law and daughter, (}e.n- era] and Mrs. Richard Coulter of Greonetjarg:, and his son, Oharlea S. Bowman. All w«re at the bedside at the Ume of death. They had left last Saturday for the South. Mr. Bowman was born at Ma«m- towu, March 5, 184D. His parents wore Jameft A. and iiuldah M. Bowman^ H« received his ed-ucation in the Mawra- town Bchoola and then la the winter of I860 he entered tho B. C. Paine shoo atofc in Union-town a» a clerk. After being Ihcve for a y«ar ho wont to Morgantown, W, Va., wbero for two yearn ho was with a branch cif tho I'ainu store-. He then returned to Un- lontown and bocame cJerk in a dry goods 8tor* owned by Seaton and Smith. From there ho wept to tho first National Bank of Uniorrto-wT) aa clerk. Upon the opening of a bank in McvKee£port he went there- where he remained for a short timo, Teturning to Uniontown to become cashier of the People's Bank of. Fayotte Cono.ty. In 1882 he was elected cashier of. the Bank of Fayette County, established in 1S as a. state bank, which institution bocamo a national bank in 1864 and known its tho National BanJc o Fayette Count?. Mr. Bowman succeeded tho lalo Captain Null as cashiftr of this institution and s«rmi as cashier until April 13, 1914, when ho was i elected president of the bank, suc- ceeddng the late Judge Nathaniel Swing. The institution has been marked by remarkable growth under the regime of Mr. Bowman as president. Mr. Bowman was a mem'ber of an Mastanie bodies up to and including Mfd degree. He was a member ot th$ UnJontown Rotary Club, Uniontown Country Club, and the Duciuesne Club ot Pitttiburg. Surviving are the folio-wing chU~ droa: M. IL Bowman, Jr^ ot Pittsburg, Charles S. Bowman of Uniontown and Mrs. Kichard Coultor of Oreensburg. Mrs. Bowman passed away in September, 1926. ". Mr. Bowman waa a brother oi A. W. Bowman'.of Ijos Angulas, CaL, formerly at ConnellBville. VANMRBILT JUNIOR BAND ELECTS TONIGHT Th« Junior Band at Yandorbilt meet this evening at 7:16 o'clock in the Legion rooms at which time ofll- cers will be elected. A good attendance of th« members is asked. Looking 1 for Bargains 1 It W t read the adveo-tiauii'g- columns ot T3» .IteJly Courier. PERRYOPOLIS WOMAN PINNED UNDER GDI PE; DAUGHTER FLACSTRHLLEY Mrti. Fred Bakor of Pei ryopolis tmfleml a, broken right slioa der and lay pinned undiir her coupe for 15 j minutes today shortly after m M wlien the machine clddded on the ioe near Phillips ,and overturn!*!. He · daughter, Beatrice, was .uninju ed and liedled the crew c-f a West Pei a trolley car and the crow and pi ssengers lifted the car off Mre. Baker, who wae 'removed to the Uniontown H BpU.a]. Mre. Baker and daughter were on their way to Uniontown,, Classified AtlveitlKemei ts placed in tihe coliinu 3 of Cotucieir briiug remjlbt. Try fchem. J.E. BALDWIN DIES ATjOTTINENTAL John B. Baldwin, 54 years old, a former resident of Broad Ford, died Friday at the. home ot his sister, Mrs. WJtour R«agan of Continental No. 1, ot coiapiieationfi. He WTW a sou of the late Williuni and Elizabeth Ann Baldwin of-Broad Ford and of late bad resided at Contineutal N«. 1. He is survived by one «oh, Clifford, at home, and the i following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Alice Bishop ot Connellsville, Mrs. 'Wilbur H/eagaa of Con- tin«iital, Mra. Bird Czible of Dawson, WilHata Baldwin of ConneHsvllle, Arch Baldwin of Broad Ford ', Boy Baldwin, w-hose place of residence la not known. Mr, Baldwin's wife died two years ago. The funeral service Will be held at the Reagan home Monday at 2 o'clock. Save money---read tta ads. today. N O one call get anything .in life without ·paying., its price eventually. One in ay help himself 1 a anything h-e fancies, but like a self-sei ve grocery, there comes a time o)' check, ag up and paying up. - ii'9 SPiUsburgSt vCoMiHeLsviLLe, PA *TK« r s unaral Direet-or Who Emplotis No Agents orSolicitpra f February Special I ROOM LO^Sof WALL LOT 1 16 patterns to choose from in thin group. 10 rolls of wall, 20 yards of border and 6 roll? of ceiling. Now specially priced at ,,, $1 .80 LOT 2 3.6 patterns of a better grade of wall paper. 10 roll3 of wall, 20 yards of border and 6 rolls cif ceiling. Now oaly LOT 3 High grade wall pa oers, many of them emboseed. 13 patterns in the group. 10 rolls of wall, 20 yards of border an 1 6 rolls of ceiling. A bargain at .--; $4-80 Showing absolutely new thoughts in Sun- Fast Wall Papers for 1930--individuality, modernity ,con forming to the spirit of the home. Wall Papers of greater beauty. D E V O E Paints, Varnishes, Brushes, Shellac and A Hour Enamel M. Bernardo 5c 10c WALL PAPER CO. Wholesale Ratal! -- All Grades of Wall Paper. Ill W. Apple St. Phone 968. CoanellsvLUe, Pa. 'S^kFE-CONSERVATIVB STRONG" Experience Coupled With PROGRESS There would be no especial signifieauqe attached to the fact 1 that this band's experience extends over 39 years if in these yeers its service had not always been progressive, and of that sound and helpful kind that is the financial mainstay of succeosful business. The Second National Bank invites you to give it consideration in the handling of your banking transactions. Resources Exceeding $3,300,000.00 OLDEST BANK IN CONN ELLS VILLE ECO ^ ID ATI ON A L BAM IK ^11 Washington A Practical Business Man George Washington prepared himself to be a practical business man. When his regular instruction ended, his education was just beginning. He made the most of his opportunities. Interest I'Rid on Savings Accounts. THE CDNNEIJLSYILLE , PA, W E S T S I D E \ When You H* ve Something You Want to Safl Advertise* it in Our

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