PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COtTRIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FKU7AT. FEBRUARY 10. 1939. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Patriotic Program Will Mark Meeting Â· Of Outlook Club Miss Ida Wolfe, president, will be .hostess to the Outlook Club at Â· 2:30 o'clock Monday evening at fier home, 202 East Washington avenue. A patriotic program will supplement the business session. A. R. Pirls to Observe Silver Anniversary - Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Pirl , well- known residents of South Connells^ville, will celebrate their twenty- ~fUth "wedding anniversary Saturday. . Their children will honor them -with a party in the evening .GEORGE M. BLYTHE, WIFE " MARK GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY . Mr. and Mi's. George M. Blythe ol : Grindstone, H. D. 2, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary "Wed- nesday. They were "at home" to ' relatives and friends and a buffet Clinch was served throughout the -'Â·day. Thedma Shearer, 13-year old granddaughter oÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. ~Blythe composed and read a poem, Â·_*'Sweethedrts." Mr. Blythe and (he former Miss , Margaret Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wells of, Jefferson township, were married February 7, 1889, in, the Little Redstone Church, with Rev. Kerr officiating. They are the parents ol three children, Samuel J. Elythe of Monessen, Mrs. Fred Shearer of Belle Vernon and O. C. Blythe ot Monessen. -MISSION STUDY DISCUSSED BY WOMEN'S WORK GROUP ; The Women's Work Group of Trinity Reformed Church held its regular meeting Thursday afternoon. Â· at the home of Mrs. J.- G. Sleightpr, West Crawford avenuer Mrs. J. F. Cogan oÂ£ Dawson was in charge oJ the devotional period which was followed by the insison study on "India's Moving Millions." Mrs. P.- A. Myers gave a talk ,, and Mrs. Ernest Cogan described Taj Magal Hall. Mrs. Paul Lepley, prCident, was In charge ol the business session. The group decided to make two quilts and donate them to an old folks home at Scalp Level. The next -meeting will be held at the home oÂ£ Mrs. George Smtih. Sewing Circle Marks " - 27th Anniversary The Pnscilla 'Sawing Circle cerebrated its twenty-seventh anniversary Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Roy B. Otto in East Ciawlord- avenue.- A delicious dinner, cate- teria style, Wds enjoyed by twelve members and two guests. Cut flowers formed the attractive decoialions. During the business session the following officers were elected lor the coming year: President, Mrs. Effie Kooscr; secretary, Mrs. Carl Morgan; treasurer, Mu,. William P. Phuntek. Fancywork was the main diversion of the evening. Miss Marian Faeldson of Dickcrson Run was an out-of-town guest. The March meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Phuntok at Poplar Grove. M. E. MISSIONERS MEET WITH MRS. R. M, EVANS The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies of the First Methodist Episcopal Church held a joint meeting Thursday afteinoon .at the home of Mrs. R. M. Evans in East Crawford avenue. Mrs. C. O. Bane had charge oÂ£ the home missions and Mrs. W. S. Behanna ot tho lorelgn missions. Devotions were .n charge ot Mrs. G. L. Owery. Mrs.' Paul D. Luckey reviewed two chapter ol the yearbook, "The American City and Its City." iMrs. L, S. Elliott gave an interesting talk on the Susanne Wesley Home in Honolulu, a Methodist home for dependent girls. The meeting was closed with prayer alter which a social hour was held. Lois Jean Fornwali Feted. Mrs. James Fornwalt gave a children's party Tuesday evening at her home in Woo-dlawn avenue, Greenwood, in honoi: of the fourth birthday oÂ£ her little daughter, Lois Jean. Six little girls-were present, - The hours were Iro_nv' 7- fo 9 o'clock. Games were played ah"d "-prizes* awarded to the winners. The hostess served a dainty lunch. Table appointments were'an keeping with fife Valentine season and favors" were little red baskets filled with Valentine candy. Lois- Je^n . received, many- beautiful and useful gifUr -Guests" were Barbara Fpgle, Daisy Fogle, Laverne Virgillo, Dolores Baer, Mary V.rgima Cunningham. June Fornwali. Mrs. FornwaH's- aides were Miss Madelyn Henry,' atfd Mcs. S. ~E.-f ofmvalt. M. P. Mission Circle Gives Colonial Tea A Martha Washington tea of attractive appointments was given Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. E, Younkin in Vine street by Mission Circle No. 2 of the First Methodist Protestant Church. The hours were from 2 to 5 o'clock and about f o r t y peisons attended. Decorations were symbolic of Valentine Day. Mrs. Martin King, piesider.t of the society, appeared as Martha Washington and Mrs. Frank Shelkey was her lady in wailing. Both wore picturesque Colonial costumes. An entertaining program was given as follows: Two trumpet solos, Jack Younkin; violin solo. Miss Clare Lucas, with Miss Kathleen Trcvitt playing the p.ano accompaniment for both; missionary talks, Mrs. S. T. Bcnford, president of the Woman's Missionary Auxiliary, and Mrs. A. R. Mansbcrger; paper prepared by Mrs. Ernest Heffley, president of the Girls' Mission Band, read by Mrs. L. It. Wagner; patriotic musical reading, Mrs. Wagner, ivith Mrs. Mnnsberger singing "Jesus Lover of My Soul. 1 The group sang "Happy Birthday" for Mrs. King, Thursday being her birthday anniversary. A tasty lunch was served. SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT Mrs. Clark Cunningham .will be hostess at the regular mealing of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Fayctte County Fish and Game Protective Association at 8 o'clock Monday night at her home, 316 Ogden street. Evelyn Shlves Honored. In honor of her tenth birthday, Evelyn Shives, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shives, was feted with a party Monday night at her home near Trotter. The. enjoyable affair was arranged by Evelyn's mother, who had as her aides, Mrs. Donald Lyons and Mrs. Albert Cossel. About twelve guests were present and spent the evening at games. At 7 o'clock a tasty lunch was served by the hostess and aides. A color scheme of red and white was cleverly carried out. The table was graced with a birthday cake iced in white and [decorated with ten candles to harmonize. The honoree received attractive and useful gifts. D A N C E SATURDAY SIGHT Silver Moon Night Club ComicllsviHe-UnioiUown Road, Featuring T.Jic Baldoi'a Sisters Floor Show Meet Your-Friends at 7he Mayflower' Route 119, livcrson, Pa. and Â· DANCE TO JOE SANTE'S OKCHESTHA Â· SATURDAY, FEB. 11TH DANCE Crystal Ba 31 room FAIRBANKS, PA. Saturday, Feb. 11th Joseph Bnrtek am! His Orchestra Featuring Three Girls 35c -- Admission -- 35c Polish-American Hall, EVEltSON, PA. Sat. Night, Feb. Uth Benefit Si. Joseph's Church. 3fusic )jy Seven Lcwendusky Brothers. Admi.vsion '!."r CARDS FOLLOW MEETING OF ST. AOTHONY'S GUILD St. Anthony's Guild oÂ£ St. Rita's Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Mary DeFcvrari of Fairview avenue. A short business session was held for hearing final reports. Arrangements were made to visit St. Anthony's Village, Oak- raont, this coming Sunday. Later in the evening cards were played, prizes being received by Mrs. Mary Mongol!, Mrs. Louis Mancondl and Josephine Ruggieri, The hostess, assisteu by Miss Agnes Wallace, served a delicious lunch. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Rachel Isola of Crawford avenue. Married at Cumberland. Saturday afternoon at the parsonage of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church at Cumberland, Md., Miss Marjoric Loralne Schrcck, daughter ol Mr. and Mis. Lloyd Schrock of Garrett, was wed 'to Joseph Bruce Meehan, son oÂ£ Mrs. Annie Meehan of North aieycrsciale. Dr. E. P. Sykes, pustor, read the betv- ice. Both Mr. and Mrs. Meehan were graduated from the Meyersdale High School. CLUB PLANS FOR BANQUET FEBRUARY 23 Mrs. John P. Lewis was hostess Thursday evening to the Friendship Club at her home in South Prospecl street. After _ the business session, plans were made for a banquet Thursday evening, February 23. These were two, gufsts, - Mrs Frank Pitsch anc Mrs. H. Y. Browning, in attendance Games were played, Mrs, George Hall winning first prize and Mrs Charles Eichcr second. Mrs. Pitsch Â·A on the guest prize. The "pig" was won by Mrs. Villiam Eamestc and door by Mrs. Sadie MeChntock. The hostess served lunch assisted by her daughter, Betty Lou, Marrlac* Announced. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Itose Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Miller of iiear Meyersdalo, and "Edward Monohan, Jr., son ot Mr. and Mrs. Edware Monohan of Frostbuig, Md., Saturday e\cnins, January 28, a* the rectory of St. Michael's Catholic Church a Frostburg. Local Girl Licensed. A marriage license was issued a Greensburg to George Ryan of Scottdale and Aiicen Hunter of Connellsville. 206 Xo. rittsbttrf? Street Phono 679. Big Savings Special display of smart Pur Coats just in from. New York Furriers--Hudson Seals -Persians, Caraculs, Beavers -- superbly styled. THEY ARE SURELY SWELL and Big Savings! Values to $150.00 BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" BtAKY SQUEEZE PATTERNS ] THERE IS HARDLY any limit to the numbdr of poss(ble variations of squeeze playa. All of them are of course founded on the principle that, If a player holds enough cards to guard his wlnneif or winners in one suit, he cannot also retain enough to protect those/in some other suit or suits. But thejarrangcment of the cards can extend over a vast range. The playar who learns the main ones, including the principles that underlie tiiem, will every once in a great while unearth a combination ivhirfi is new to him, but which he Bgures out successfully, to his great delight and profit. " A 10 Â» K 10 7 4 A 10 D ' A Q 10 8 2 Q 3 5 5 4 A K S 2 V 6 3 4 K ? J 7 * K 9 6 (Dealer: South. Both sides vulnerable.) No man has done so much to make squeeze plays popular as Sidney S. Lenz, who named them that over a decade ago. This deal showed him the other day doing his usual stuff with all the old-time aoumen. After his 1-Dlatnond bid, North bid 2- Clubs, Mr. Lenz 2-Bpades, North 3 Hearts, Mr. Lenz 3-No trump, North 4-Clubs, Mr. Lenz 4-No trump and hiÂ« confident partner 6-No trump. *?. King West tried a short-suit Usafl of tha diamond 9, whereupon, seeing the dummy, the old master counted up a probable string of nine tricks in Uio minors. He decided to take in the diamonds first, so he could try the squeeze with his clubs In the dummy. After tho diamond K won the opening trick, he took the club A, club K, diamond A, Q and J, club 10, A and Q. On the latter Bast had to play from his best two he^rts and best three spades. If a spade, Mr. Lenz would discard Â£ heart, win three spades and give up a heart .t the end: if a heart, Mr. Lenz c-ould discard a. spade, lead a heart to tho A, and then collect two spades and the set-up heart K. It was a nice finishing- play. Tomorrow's Problem * A 9 8 6 3 V 10 5 3 4 7 6 4 S 6 A ? V K Q J * J10B*' S 2 4. A K 7 4 * K Q J 10 5 * V 1 1 Â« A 5 3 * 3 2 (Dealer: West East-West vulnerable.) Against South's 5-Spades doubled, if West takes two tricks in hearts, two in clubs, leads a heart for a. ruff, and then declarer then runs several trump tricks, what should East do and why ? feinu-ef Srndieire. Inc. Loucks-Miller Wedding;. Misa Dorothy M. Loucks of New Stanton and Albert L. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller ol Youngwood, were married August 4, 1937, at the parsonage of the United Brethren Church at Yoimgwood. Tho couple will reside at Foxdale, near Youngwood, alter March 1. Licensed to Marry, James Younkin and Annabelle Mitchell, both ot Confluence, B. D., were licensed to wed at Soractict. Toullrymen Meet Tonight. A meeting of - the Uniontown Poultry Farm Products Association will be held in the courthouse at Uniontown tonight. Officers will be elected. Mrs. Martha A. Lincli Dies. SOMERSET, Feb. 10--Mrs. Martha A. Linch, 80, died February 1 at the home of a son, Blake Lmch, at Hoov- ersvillc. She leaves one son, one daughter and two grandsons. MEN LOVE ji ----'Â· GIRLS WITH If you tre peppy and fuH of fun. men wfll Invite you to dances and parties, BUT if you tra crota, listless and Urefl; men won't br interested. MÂ«n don't lifca "quiet" girls. Whan they go to parties they w*at cfrls alone who ara (toil of pop. 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