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PAGE TWO. THE DATLY COURIER, CONNELLSVUXE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11/1930. HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT By LYNNS B. KINCELL Virginia B. Graham And Everett Thomas Heard in Recital The Reading Club of township presented Miss. Dunbar Virginia Best Graham, pianist, and Eveiett Thomas, violinist, in a delightful re- "cital Friday night at the First Baptist Church. A representative group of music lovers heard and enioyed every number on the well selected program which was: "Romance in F Major," Beethoven, Mr. Thomas. "Lament" and "The Nightingale," Liszt, Miss Graham. "Concerto in D Minor," Wieniaw- ski; (a) "Allegro Moderate," (.b) "Andante Con Moto," Mr. Thomas. "Whims," Schumann; "The Little White Donkey," Ibert, and ''Etude in F Sharp Ma30r," MacDowell, Miss Graham. "Ciaccona," Vitali, Mr. Thomas. An arrangement of palms provided an attractive setting for the recital. B. and P. W. Club Will Hold Valentine Party February 15 The annual Valentine- party of the Business and Professional Women's Club will be held Wednesday night, February 15, at 8 o'clock at the West Penn Model Home. An attractive musical program has been arranged and later in the evening rofiesh- ments will be served. Reservations are to be made by Monday night with Mrs. A. E. VanNatta, telephone I434-.T. Mrs. Dorothy E, Griffin is chairman. Her'aides are Mrs. Piince M, Stone, Mrs. John S. Buck, Mrs. Kdna J. Brendel and Miss Lynne B. Kincell. SPAGHETTI SUPPER ENJOYED BY SENIOR C. E. SOCIETY The monthly meeting of the Senu.r . Christian Endeavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church, held Thursday night at the church, was preceded by a spaghetti supper given by the "blue side" of the society. Places were laid for twenty. Albert D. Fulmer, president, was in charge. Devotionals, consisting of Scripture and sentence prayers, were · conducted by the vice-president, Charles McManus. Interesting committee reports were given. The evangelistic superintendent reported that three teams launched the evangelistic campaign Tuesday evening and asked that more o£ the society members become Interested. All of those who desire to help are to meet at the church Monday evening at 7 o'clock. The superintendent also announced that he spoke before the Baptist young people during tht 1 month. The prayer meeting committee reported that it had charge oi a church service duirng the month. Members were asked to keep in mind that subscriptions for Youth Today must be in by February 26 and that it is necessary for tha society to have twelve subscriptions if credit is to be received from the county. The president read the names of two new county officers, pastor counsellor, Rev. E. L. Stehman o£ Brownsville and Cleveland registrar, Mrs. Grace Baird. The society received an invitation to attend a Christian Endeavor conference at the Belle Vernon Presbyterian Church Saturday, March 25. Pactical Christian Endeavor worS will be discussed. Members were asked by the president to join the Fey Day Club. The membership fee pays the cost of running couniy work for one day. To date the local union has one member, Albert Fulmer. It was voted to pay $5 to the Fayette County Christian Endeavor Union after the appreciation yeai pledge has been met. An attractive certificate of appreciation was presented to the society by the county. These certificates are issued to societies cooperating with the county union. After the melting a kitchen shower was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Tannc-hill. The couple received a number of useful and attractive gifts. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" CORA LEE DRISCOJLL IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY In honor o£ her thirteenth birthday, Cora Lee Driscoll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James,M. Driscoll of Vine street, was feted wjth a prettily anangcd party, given Friday night at the, home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Driscoll, Sycamore street, by her mother. Mrs. Dnscoll's aides were Mrs. Paul V. DriscoU and Miss Lida Davis. The hours weie from 7:30 to 10 o'clock and twenty friends of Cora Lee at- ended and spent the evening at aned entertainment. Junior Robbins eceived a prize for the heart-to- eart game* Chinese checkers were layed and a high prize was awarded t each of the five tables, winners eing Martha Herbert, Phyllis Gaal, luth Carol Anderegg, Jimmy Driscoll nd Richard Mosley. Jackie Harmon ave two readings, "Romeo and uliet" and "Snook." Louise Thomey played several piano solos. After the diversions, Mrs. Driscoll nd her aides served lunch. The center o£ the dining room table was ·aced with a large birthday cake ced in white and adorned with hirteen red candles in white rosebud olders. The honoree opened many ackages which contained attractive and useful gifts. MRS. GEORGE HENRY IS HOSTESS TO S. C. CLASS Seventeen members and two guests .attended a meeting of the Stella Cunningham Class of the First Methodist Protestant Church at which Mrs. George Henry was hostess" Friday night at her home in Fairview avenue. Devotionals were in chargi of Mrs. Florence Penn. Several im portant items were discussed during the business session which was con ducted by the president, Miss Anna Margaret Smith. Mrs. Damon Critchfleld had charge of traveling basket. . A delightful social session followed The hostess and Mrs. Herbert Linrhi culm served a deicious lunch. The March meeting will be held a the home of Mrs. D. \V. Snyder, Fay ette street. S. A. CLUB OBSERVES FIRST ANNIVERSARY The S. A. Club observed its firs anniversary with a delicious chicken dinner at the Model Dairy Mart. Th beautiful table decorations were. in keeping with Valentine Day, a colo motif, of red and white predominat ing. Prior to the dinner, interestin talks were given by Mrs. Anne Marj Hall and Mrs. Alberta Kesslar. Mrs Hall is president oi the club. Later in the evening member went to the home of Mrs. Game McDowell, where games were playi__ Prizes were won by Mrs. Olive lios tetler and Mrs. Helen Herbert. W. C. T. TJ. WILL MEET AT CHORPENNING HOME Connellsville Union of the W. C T. U. will meet Monday evening a 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I M. Chorpennmg of 1128 Race stree it which time arrangements will b made for an institute, to be held i March. Mrs. J. French Kerr wi lead the devotions. Scouts Honored At Dunbar; ^ei," Antoirteue iate, ;\n- i . Rega, Catncnnc Antliony, | (^\tL _ - I t - A r n C iandaca, Elsie Benedict, El- VXI 1 ICM I I G I I I i FARKAS BECOMES BRIDE OF FRANK Lt'DWICK Miss Susan Farkas, daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Stephen Farfcas of 'erryopolis, became the bride of 'rank iudwick, at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. John's Church, 'erryopolis. Rev. Swan officiated. The bride wore. dress with white accessories,, and- a coregc of link rosebuds. Attendant.', were Mary Farkas, sis- er of the bride, and Albert Ludwick )rother 01' the bridegroom. The ceremony was followed by i wedding breakfast at the home of the bride. Places were laid for immediate members of the two fami- '.es. :ASTON SPROUL, FORMERLY OF FAYETTE COUNTY, 83 Caston Sproul, native of Fayette :ounty, celebrated his eighty-third Birthday Monday, February G, at his home, 7064 Kelly street, Pittsburgh with -Tprise dinner given by his wife 1 'argc biithday cake adomcc the ' Mr. ^proul was born February 6 1806, near Farmington, and has resided in Pittsburgh for many years He attributes his lognvity · to living clean life. · · -He- - never · sjnoked chewed or drank. He taught the Ladies Bible Class of 'a Sunday school for ten years and is still active worker in the church . school. Gleaners Class Meets. A Valentine party featured a meet ing of the Gleaners Class of th Buchanan Sunday School held Fri day, February 3, at the home of Haze White. A tasty, lunch was servec after which a social hour was en joyed by all. Present were: Mr. an Mrs. Emory Sanner, Ethel Mae Sny der, Vergie Estella Davis, Estell Wilma and Mildred Mowry, Estella Charlotte and Jesse Flack, Jean Ba singer, Will JKarr, Clark Brown Luther Harrill, Stanley Keefer, M and Mrs. Elmer White, Hazel, Sylvia Louis, Domer, Bryce and Adrian White. Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb.ll.-- The funeral service for Mri. Elizabeth Ann Maries will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Fairview Church of God near Keeks- burg, with Rev. McCune of the Methodist Episcopal Cnurch at Madison incharge. Interment will be m the church cemetery. The body of Mrs. Marks, who died Thursday night at her home m Acme, will bo at the Grimm funeral home where friends may call from 2:30 o'clock in the afteinoon until 5 o'clock, from 7 until 10 o'clock in the evening and until 1 o'clock Sunday allernoon when it will be taken to the church where it will lie in btatc for an hour pnoi to the funeral service. Valentine Program. A Valentine program was given by eighth grade students of the Junior High School Friday afternoon. It was ;ib follows: "A Warning to Girls," Carmen Feu fell; "Gems t i o m Lincoln's Speeches.," Rose Fiundacn; play, "Friend Lincoln," by Frank Yanr.iello, Ruth Farrah, Marycllen Plannett, A. R. Gearhart, George Gardner and Loreua Curte; music, guitar, David Witt, monologue, Kichaid Hank; "Words ot Washington," John Forejt; "Tribute to Washington," Elsie "Washabuugh; ploy The Model School," Barbara Fieaki, i dna Franey, Arthur Rega, Mary | eancardi, Hlchard Hank and Kichurd isman; muiic, harmonica, I'ttcr ropik; dance, £dna Tate and Edna raney; plaj, "Frank's Valentine," oymond Huffman, Da\ id Witt, cibcrl Berg, Thcreui Cernuto, Anna j arrell, Floiencc Leonard and Elsie] homai, music, cla;*; play "Friendly j alentincs,," Antoinette Tate, Anhony ose Fiai ora Hillard, Peter Dropik and MU- n Shawlcy. Entertains Cits*. Mrs. Eugene Hcffling ot West "ashmgton street was hosiers Frl- ay evening to the Philathea Cl.isi f the Methodist Episcopal Sunday chool at its regular burinci^s and ocial meeting at nar home. Auxiliary Program. The Ladies' Auxiliary to th* Mount leabant Volunteer Fire Department eld its regular meeting Thursday venmg in the firemen's rooms. After he business mcclinK. there wa.i a hat social witli Mrs. Robert Kins and | Irs. Joseph Myals ns milliners. A larch was held and prizes for the lost becoming hats awarded to Miss rtary Lobingicr and Mrs. LouU jergant. A box lunch wan served nd bingo played, with p"lzc» bring von by Mrs. ILirry Swaita ,md Mrs. 'rank Scrgant. Quarterly Serviceft. Quarterly mfctinc .ser%'ito5 of the 'rcc Methodist Church btijan Friday evening and will be continued through ID Sunday evening. Rev. J. S Mitchell, district elder )f the Un.ontown district, has charge of the service*. He preached Friday ivcning and will .-ilio preich this evening, Sunday inoralng and evening Forclim Mission Day. Foreign Mission Day will be ob- .*rved at 10:20 o'clock Sunday morning at First Evangelical and Ro 'ormed Church. Chorus Rehearsal. A rehearsal of the choiuj of the VIount Pleasant Music Club will be icld at 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday in the Reunion Prcsbylcrjjn Church. Holiday Monday. As Lincoln's birthday is being observed Monday the local unemployment office will not be open that day aut will be open as usual Monday, February 20. GET OUT OF THE WAT! KEEP YOUR WITS about you and notice what your partner is trying to tell you. If he has bid a. suit and then during th'o play extends a high-low signal to you, he surely Is trying: to give you aome sort of a message. K you don't manage to read It, or If you take too long to realize what he ia screaming at you, disaster la likely to befall your aide. John Licensed to Marry. Joseph Yorkinson of Sta Junction and Mary Magdalene Luca of Perryopolis were licensed to we at Uniontown. State Beer Revenue Shows Large Decline HARRISBURG, Feb. 11.---Penn sylvania's revenue from the $1.24 pe barrel tax on beer in December, 193 was $30,000 greater than in Decem ber, 1937, and $10,000 greater than in December, 1936, but the total rev enue for the calendar year 1938 w, $687,000 below the $7,522,003 rev enue for the calendar year 1937 an 3452,000 below the $7,287,425 revenu for 1936. The total revenue £rom the tax o beer in the calendar year 1938 w, $6,835,779. D A N C E SATURDAY SIGHT Silver Moon Night Club ConnellsvUle-TJniontown Road, Featuring The Bnldora Sisters Floor Show Children's Clinic Wednesday. UNONTOWN, Feb. 11.--Cripple children's r". -gnoslie clinic has bee scheduled for Wednesday at Union town Hospital under direction of D .Tohn S. Heberlnift, Pittsburgh orilv pedlc surgeon. Eagles Family Night EAGLES HALL Sunday; February 12 Eagles ninl Friends Imited. s 6 (Dealer: West. East-West vul nerable.) West opened here with 1-D1- mond. East bid 1-Hcart, South 1- Spnclp, West 2-Clubs, North 2- Spades, East 4-Clubs, South 4- Spades, West 5-Clubs and North sacrificed st 8-Spades, which East doubled. To make the set profitable, In lieu of a vulnerable game. It would have to be of four tricks, or In other words, abc tricks roust be taJten. West peeled off two heart tricks, two clubs and then shifted to s. third round of hearts, which South ruffed. As three spades were betas rua West, a quits canny pl»yer, saw a Croirirtt 1»S», I sosslblo danger arising, so when he discarded diamonds used first his 9 and then his deuce. Bast got the Idea then and throw oft his diamond Q. Declarer suddenly realized what he should do. Hoping that East originally held the diamond king-queen alone, he did not first lay down his ace, but led a small diamond. Sure enough, East had to win It and had nothing to return but a heart or club. He picked a club, so declarer discarded a diamond from his own hand sjid ruffed the trick in dummy. Ho then cashed the diamond aco, and finished with trump tricks, having lost only two hearts, two clubs and one diamond. If he had run another round of trumps, so East could have discarded the diamond K. he would have lost two diamond tricks. * · · Monday's Problem NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD High Schtlol faculty will be initiated into the (university of Pittsburgh Chapter t£ the Society of Sigma XI as an asicciate member Wednesday. This orgkni2ation is the highest scientific honor society in America. (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable.) What ta the best bidding of this deal? [cc. Many Attend P. T. A. Meeting At Confluence Three Indicted For Acheff Death in Westmoreland Special to The Courier. GREENSBURG, Feb. ll~The February grand jury of the Westmoreland county courts Thursday afternoon returned murder indictments against three Connellsvillo men who who are charged with the killing of Naum Acheff, Scottdale confectioner, in his store on the night of December 13, last. Those indicted are Luther (King Kong) Eoyston, 25, and Clyde (Blue Top) White, 19, colored, and John Turza, 25, white, all of Connellsvjle. The men will be arraigned f or tnal at the February term of criminal court which starts Monday, February 27. Death penalty will be demanded for the trio who drove from Connellsville to Scottdale in Turza's automobile, according to police. As Turza drove about the borough, the two Negroes went into the store and held ·up Acheff, police charge. When the storeman resisted, White felled him with a wrench and Eoyston shot him, the allegation sets forth. The three are also being held for Fayette county authorities in the murder of Henry D. Foster, 69-year- old retired farmer of Franklin township who was fatally injured in Connellsville the night of December 3 when he was robbed of $675. DITNBAR. Feb. 11. -- The Inther and son banquet held Thursday was thi! highlight of Boy Scout Wee!:. It u,.;i in tt'.e Preibylc-inn Church bn-emcnt. A baked ham dinner was served by the mothers o£ the Kcouts. The following program was presented: Demotion* by Rev. GcorRc E Huricy, p.ii'.o- of S! Aiojsius j Chu r ch; "America' 1 by all; pledge ot allcsianeo. Jed by Senior Patrol Lc;idcr Frank Moore; addicsi of welcome, Senior Patrol Leader J. D. Baker; response by fathers of the patrol leaders. Enrl Martin. Ira P.Ucr and Harry Baker; renewal o( Scout o.ith, all Scouts and former Scouts; rong.H by the whole group, led by Rev. Floyd Reed; outstanding events of Troop 1 In 1938, by Assistant Scoutmnjtcr Jerry Ross!; poem, "Father," by William Hardy; poem, "When PA Gets Mad"; sonsa for dads by the Kroup; highlights of "Our Trip to Gettysburg" by Junior Scoutmaster Dominic Poncclla; dramatization of the Scout lows by the djflet- cnt patrols; song, "Gymnastic Hc- lief." by the croup; song. "Herc'e to Rev. Mnnjbergcr," by itroup; address. Rev. A. R. Mnmbcrgcr; rong, J,TOUP; presentation of Scout badges by CommHteeman W E. Tictbohl. Second class badges were awarded James Shipley ot the Daniel Boone patrol; Emerson Hosteller. Wclliim Reynolds and Willmm Hardy of the Beaver patrol; Life Scout badge to Irvin Martin. After a Eong. "Now I Am An Esgle Scout" by the group, piescn- tation of Eagle Scouts badges by H. 3. Air.iley V.MS made to J. D. Baker, 3ommic Pnncella, Frank Moore and crald Rossi, Jr.. A bronze Eagle alm for Robert Miller was presented sy Rev, Mansbeigor, Presentation First Aid badges was made by Committceman Herman Can*. Among hose introduced were Scoutmaster G. I. Provance, Assilant Scoutmasters Robert Miller and Jostph Schee, Jr., Assistant Scoutmasters Dominic Pan- cella and Gerald Rossi; Senior Patrol Lenders J. D. Baker and Frank Hoorc; Hikemaster Walter Carr; Troop Comrmtteeman Herman Carr, Rev. W. H. Hamilton and Thomas lements, W. E. Tietbohl and H. B Ainsley. Announcements by the toastmaster included; Scout services at the Presbyterian Church at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening with Rev. Jesse Lonsinger as the speaker; Scout minstrel nex week. The Scout benediction was ed by Robert Miller with dismissa iy Rev. Jesse Lonsinger, pastor o. the Presoyterian Church. Music Club Meets. The Music Club met at the homi of Mrs. W. H. Williams in Church street Thursday evening with 15 present. The lives of the composers Stephen Foster and Ethelbert Kevin were studied. Afterwards a socia iiour was enjoyed with games and music. The next meeting will bi held Thursday, March 9. Attend Republic Testimonial. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DeOre, Mr and Mrs. Frank Grass, Mr. and Mis Joseph Lowery, Mr. and Mrs. Josepi Ruse, Mr. and Mrs. Bedy Lizza, Mr and Mrs. Nicolas Variano, Theres DeOrc, Arthur and Philoraena Cia macco and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Di CONFLUENCE, Fcb 11. -- The February mcctins of the Parent- Teacher Association was held on Thursday niRht m the High School auditorium. The G-man expected to ipcak v.-as unable to attend. The ,peaker was Dnnicl Smith. His topic "Arts and Creative Work for tiie oung Child." Music was furnished t Ihc Lutheran Church Choir. The book given as a prize to the ·achcr havma the most parents at- :nd was awarded to Lawrence ritchfleld. Devotionals were in hiirge of Ray Hyatt, supenntend- nt o£ the Christian Churcn Sunday chool. Injured at Work. GcorRo Hyatt, a WPA worker on he Pennsylvania State Game reserve ear here, injured his back while ftinc a rock Friday afternoon. Af- Meet Your Friends at ower Route 119, Everson, Pa. and DAXCE TO JOE SANTE'S ORCHESTRA SATURDAY, FEB. 11TH Nella attended a pig roast and danc at Degiegory Hall in Repubh Thursday evening in honor of Sen ator Anthony Cavalcante. Personals. Mrs. Martha Thomas visite 'Yes-I Wish You'd Try Father John's Medicine for your Cold-- I've used it for years" receiving medical attention he -as taken to his home. His condi- on is not rcnous. i Personals. James Baird of Meyorsdale was a ismesi visitor in Confluence Thursay. G. B. Hopwood and daughter Dorothy, Mir.s Julia Frazee anc Ccnneth Burnworth were visitors in :ooversvile on Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Black and 'barlcs Downs were Visitors in ontowri on Thursday. Mrs. Edna Burnworth, who was 11 t ber home on West Side, is very iuch improved and able to leave *r home. Charles Kurlz, Jr., has returne rom Warren, Pa., wheic he wa isltmg his wife (former Virginu Boring), who ii employed as a nurs here. Home Supervisor Quits. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 11.--Mrs. Ray Vixon, formerly Miss Ann Mcikranz las resigned as superintendent of th ihildren's home on Oakland avenue Urs, Mary Morrison of Dunbar has been placed in temporary charge. Special to fhe Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 11.--The Internal Revenue Department will have a deputy collector in Scottdale M-irch 1, 2 and 3, at which time he will sit at the borough building to assist in the preparation of current income taxes. Need Correct Addrcsscb. Motorists must have their correct addresses registered with the State Department of Revenue in order to assure delivery of applications for renewal of automobile operator's licenses. Although the postman knows the present address of the driver, unless it coincides with the address on the card they cannot be deivered. Motoiists, who have moved since they received their last year's card should notify the Department of Revenue immediately. Board to Meet. The regular meeting of the Board of Education ot Upper Tyrone ownship will be held Monday eve- ing at the Kingsview school. To Continue Revival. Revival services at the Evangelical Church will be continued next week. Services arc being held at 7:30 'clock each evening except Satur- ay. ' Dr. G. A. Collins, former sup- nntendent of the Pittsburgh district, vill preach throughout the week. Men's Day Prosrraro. Men's Day is being observed si :30 o'clock Sunday morning at the Jethodiit Episcopal Sunday School vith Wayne Pahel in charge of the ervicc. Tenth Anniversary. At the unified service o£ the First Baptist Church Sunday morning the enth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. Roy C. Whittemorc will be ob- :,ervcd. The pastor will preach on Lessons From the Life of Abraham -incoln." Scout Activities. Parents' night was observed by 3oy Scout Troop No. 2 of Alverton Friday evening with a covered dish supper at the Church of God. Today the boys are taking a good turn hike, and will distribute food for the birds. Book Club to Meet. The regular meeting of the Book Club will be held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. E. C. Leighty ol Grove street. An interesting program will be presented. Missionary Meeting. The Woman's Missionary Society oi St. Paul's Lutheran Church will hold Its regular meeting In the church Wednesday evening. Senior Philathea Session. The Senior Philathea Class of the First Baptist Church will hold its regular meeting- Tuesday evening in the church. An interesting program in keeping with Valentine Day, is being planned with a remembrance for each of the Philathea sisters. In Honor Society. J. Mendel Hirst of the Scottdale To Make Room, for New Spring Patterns Actmil 10c to 15c Wallpaper Papers for every ·· loom in the home. L^ ^^ Two-tones, tapes- ~»·· tries, sprays, florals, ^f V stripes; majority vnT T are sunfast and ""^ waterfast. Sold, with binders. Devoe Derayco Interior GLOSS ENAMEL Kegular $2.50 Values! Washable a n d A «| JJQ easy to keep O I .03 clean. In white | and 7 p o p u l a r Gallon colors. Dries in 4 hours to a smooth, glossy finish. · Flat Wall Pniut, ivliitc only --gal. 81.89 · Ready 3Iixcd Hpuhc Paint -- gal.-$1.89 · Porch and Floor Enamel .?al. $1.89 · Varnish Stains gal. $1.89 · All-Pprrjose Vnrnish gal. $1.89 Sale of ENAMEL (discontinued shades) ..... Zfor «JlC _ 2 for 46C 2 for 81C 2for $1.46 M. Bernardo 5 10c Wall Paper Paint Co. , PHONE 968. 10S-13 W. Apple Street, ConnellsviUe, Pa.' }i Pints, reg. 30c -., i£ Pints, ref. 4oc ._ Piiits. rec. SOc ... Qnnrts, rcc. 81.45 riends in Uniontown Wednesday. Mrs. John 'Stannis- visited her nephew, Paul Milsom, at Uniontown Hospital Friday. Paul is recovering rom an operation and 'is getting along nicely. Leroy Cooper was a visitor in Connellsville Wednesday evening. Miss Rcba Harvey and Miss Mary Margaret Courtney attended a stage show at Uniontown Friday evenmng. Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan visited Mrs Edward Mahan at the Connellsville State Hospital Friday evening. Male Chorus to Sing. Presbyterian Male chorus of Connellsville will present a program at the Methodist Protestant Church a 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening. The chorus has about 21 members and is directed by Geoige Laing. The program will consist of solos, quartets and the chorus. No admission will be charged but a silver 'offering will be taken. An invitation is extended to everybody. =By Cupid A VULNERABLE time ,to create "good will" with the lady of your heart is on Valentine Day! Send her a token of your love . . . and when you see her in the evening, be sure you're all "spruced up." Then she's sure to lend a sympathetic ear to your "Be My Valentine" plea. PHONE 813 GOODWIN CO. Cleaners 'Dyers CONNELLSVILLE, PA. nip 00 many people dispose of all It their problems by saying--"I'll take care of that next week." Men are like cars In one respect. . . they make faster time on the level. l»-l» 5. WTTSWJRGH ST. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. KB. rOff 32-J . . , Phone I Res'. 32-M "I Employ No Agents or Solicitors i

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