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January 29, 1938

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELtSVITJLE, PA il. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 103S. KIN CELL Gradale Sorority Plans Washington's Birthday Party Meeting Thursday night, the Gradale Sorority planned for a Washington's Birthday party to be held Tuesday evening, February 22,~nt the auditorium of the. Baltimore_ Ohio Y. M. C A The social committee was instructed to arrange for the annual Easter dinner dance It was also decided to attend In a body a church service the first Sunday of every month This will go into effect February 6 when members will attend the First Baptist Church. Miss Emma Jean Decker, primus, presided over the business session Dawson Dames of Malta Hold Annual Banquet Omar Sisterhood No. 157, Dames ot Malta of Dawson held its annual banquet Friday evening at 6 o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church at Dnwson. Places for forty-three were laid at tho prettily appointed tnblc, which was centered with n bouqucl ol yellow roses and graced at cither end with crystal holders in which wcro gold tapers, adorned with bows of purple ribbon, carrying out the colors of the sisterhood. The menu consisted oJ tho many good things accompanying a real turkey repast. After the banquet the regular meeting of the sisterhood was hcld- at the Jr. O U A. M. Hall Bingo supplemented the meeting Pri/cs were V-OD by Mrs. Roy Herbert, Mrs William Cossel and Mrs. Samuel Hair. Out-of-town guests were Mrs Zclla Habel of Cumberland, Md, and Mrs R W Hughes of Beaver Falls. · oiL'crry WOMAN GETS NOMINATION FOR HEAD OF STATE FEDERATION Mrs Earle F. Magce of Oil City was nominated Wednesday in Har- rlsburg for president ol the State Federation of Pennsylvania Women by the nominating committee, preparing for the convention in Pittsburgh, May 4, 5 and 6. Mrs John M Phillips of Pittsburgh Is the retiring president. THRIFT CLUB PRESENTS HOSTESS WITH GIFTS Mrs. Jesse Sollday entertained the Thrift Club Thursday evening at her home in Woodlawn avenue. After the business meeting games were ployed. Prizes were won by Mrs Orval Brynor and Mrs William Walk Door awards were received by Mrs. Arthur Osterwise and Mrs Orval Bryner. The "pig" was won by Mrs. Sadie McClintock i-ach member presented Mrs JPSSC Sollday with beautiful gifts, the occasion marking her birthday. Guest prizes w»re awarded to Mrs. Carrie Errctt Lucille OTHora, Mrs. Harry Pierce and Ethel McClintock. Lunch was served by tho hostess, assisted by Mrs. Homer Ackers and Mrs Harry Pierce. The next meeting will bo held Tuesday evening, February 22, place to be announced. M. E SUNSHINE CLASS HONORS RECENT BRIDE Honoring Mrs Charles H. Poshard the Sunshine Class of the Firs Methodist Episcopal Church gave miscellaneous shower in connection with, its regular meeting, helc Wednesday night at the home Miss Frances Livingston In Chestnu street Mrs Poshard, the former Miss Nell. Rose Welling, received many attractive gifts Officers for the coming year were elected as follows. President, Miss Jean Blacka, vice-president. Mis. Betty .King, secretary. Miss .France Livingston; treasurer, Miss Ruthellc Welling, Lunch was served DAMES OF MALTA MEETING MARKED BY INITIATION The first degree was conferred en one candidate at a meeting of Sain Omar Sisterhood of the Dames Malta held Friday night at Odd lol lows Hall Mrs Minnie Ferguson o Youngwood, deputy, was a guest Two candidates will be Initiated i the next meeting to be held BTid«i' evening, February 11, at which tim a Valentine party will also be hold. GREENWOOD FANCYWORK CLUB MEETING IS ANNOUNCED Mrs Albert Dune will entcrtaii tha _ Greenwood Fancywork Clu! Tuesday afternoon at her home in Morrell avenue. Greenwood. Amateur Program Is Planned for Meeting Of Junior Auxiliary An'amaleur program has been or- anged for the February meeting of ic Junior Auxiliary to the Satuiday AfternobJi. Club Of Vanderbilt to bo eld Tuesday night at the home of Mrs Ellonoir Hcrron at Dlckerson *un Miss Virginia Edwards wilt ba eader of the progiam The meeting will open with a business session, with Mrs. Jessie. Brady, president, in charge , LORRAINE PORTERFJELD IS HONORED ON BIRTHDAY .Mrs. W J Portcrflold gave a sur- nsc party Wedncsdaj evening at icr home m Oak street. South Con- ncllsville, in honor of tho so\cn- eenth birthday of her daughter, Lorraine The evening \vas ipcnt ol dancing nnd other diversions Rc- 'reshments were served at a late lour by Mrs Porterflcld, assisted by ler daughters, Misses Leila and Sleanor Guests were seated nt a able" which v,as centered with a birthday cake Miss Portcrflcld received many beautiful gifts Gue-rts were Florence Smith, Norma Halfhlll, Carol Hauck Kay Mar- ;ln, Marian Phllllppl, Vesta Thomas, Warjorle Wadding, Esther Kcnncr, Ixirraine Moore, Marjorle Schroyer, ALUMNI HAVE SPELLING BEE AT SCOTTDALE Ethel Loucks Is Victor; Louis Shope Wins "Quiz" SECOND CRIBBAGE ROUND PLAYED SCOTTDALE, Jon 29--Much enthusiasm was shown Thursday night in the spelling boo sponsored by the ScoUdole High School Alumni As- soclntion at the high school The prize wns won by Miss Ethel Loucks Tuo sides wcro cl'Oscn, ono of women captained by Walter Newcomer, and tho other at men, John Zimmerman as captain Walter Newcomer and Mi«s tm- mogeno Barkcll pronounced the words Among those on which most contestants went do\\n were millennium, stereotype and chautnuqun. Tho prize was a Prince of Wales cake Another feature of the evening was a "Professor Qul?' game with Lloyd Hernlcy presiding Louis Shopc of Scottdalc won The program marked the second anniversary cl tho alumni association tvcrnon Raises $40. Evcrson borough, .Instead of pon- sorlnc a President's ball, held a bingo pirty In the Polish-American Hall en Thursday night, nnd raised $40. Tho entire amount will bo turned over to the National fund for tho prevention and euro of infintilc paralysis Dr. V. P Plsula Was chairman Others on the committee were mem' Isabella Mctzgor, Audrey Percy! bcrs , ot the ^o-ncn's Democratic Peter Solsson, Wendell Lcasuro, committee ind members of the Evor- Thomas Hamilton, Thorn-is Duncan. I son Recreation Center ^ Arnold, James Dunn, Lcc In Charge of rrofriun. Opening of church school cxcrclftci «t the Methodist Episcopal Church on Sunday morning will be In charge o: Johnson and Harry Hoover MISS ISABEIXE IIU.MPimEY POURS AT PITTSBURGH 1EA Miss Isabella Humphrey of Galla- tln avenue was a guest at a beautifully appointed tea given Friday afternoon by Miss Virginia Kram at her home in Wostview, Pittsburgh, n honor of the birthday of Miss Edith Henry, also of Pittsburgh Miss Humphrey poured. The guest list included members of tho school stt home tor tho mid-semester vacation Miss Kram, Miss Henry nnd Ml« Humphrey arc students at Scion hill College, Grccnsburg Miss Humphrey was accompanied to Pittsburgh by Mrs Krncit R Kooser, Mrs. Charles C "Mitchell and daughter, Miss Edith. Miss Mitchell witnessed tho performance a* n PJtfciburgh theatre, where Ted Weems and his orchestra Is playing MRS. O. S. OGLKVEE OF LIBERTY HOSTESS Mrs O. S Oglevee was hostess at an enjoyable meeting of tho East Liberty Fancywork Club Thursday night at her home at Liberty. The business session was conducted by tho president, Mrs Eva Miller Fancywork was the diversion ol the evening The club prize was won by Mrs Grace Shallenbcrgcr. The hostess served a delicious lunch Guests o£ the club were Mrs Nevada Gween, Mrs. Harry Shallenberger, Mrs James Shaffer and Mrs C F Harper. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, February 10, at tho homo of Mrs son. Kathcrinc Pattcr- BIRTHDAY TAUTY GIVEN FOR VANDERBILT GIRL In honor of her seventeenth birthday, Miss Dons Lint was feted with a surprise party Thursday evening at her home at Vanderbilt. The affair was arranged by several of her friends Dancing and cards were enjoyed, after which lunch was served Tho tablo was centered with a birthday cake adorned with icven- tccn pink candles. Miss Lint received a'number of beautiful gifts Guests wore Merle Luce nnd Alex Herspold of Perrjopolis, William Robert Flcmmmg of Flatwoods, Oleon Beatty of Liberty, Leah Herbert, John Lint, Helena McLaughlin, Huth Lint and Flora Lint of Vanderbilt. G. I. A. WILL, HOLD UNION MEETING HERE Business of a routine* nature was transacted at the regular meeting of Merchant Division No 70, G I A to tho B.~ of L E , held Wednesday afternoon at Elks Hall Two members, Mrs Harry Vanstono nnd Mra O. A. Travis, \vere reported 111. It was announced that the next union meeting will bo held Wednesday, May 25 here on KESLAR CLUB OF ACME WILL MEET FEBRUARY 4 The Keslar Club of Acme will meet Friday morning, February 4, at 9 o'clock at the homo of Mrs Forrest Keslar. The meeting will be conducted by Miss Mary Anderson Mrs. George Eberle's Class ot the Sunday School The plan of havlni some clar.s In the school in charge o. the services each Sunday mornini Iris greatly Increased attendance one has proven more popular than anything introduced it the school lor some time Unemployed Rccjstered On Thursday an office was established in the borough building for tho purpose of registering those entitled to compcniiUon under the Social Security act The number who registered the flm day wns 250 The oflicc will be open each Thursday from 8 30 o'clock in the morning until 4 30 o'clock Scottdalc residents were herc-to-forc classed in the district with offices In Moun Pleasant and a large number of tho unemployed had registered nl tha' place. Entertain Music Club Mrs William Ludy and Mrs Benton Jenkins were hostesses to the Juvenile Music Club at its meeting In the Y. M. C A Wednesday evening The program was in charge of Miss Mnrlorlc Bell It follows. Piano solo, Jane Brownflcld, vocal duet Ann Sichelstcel and Dons Ovcrholt plano-accord!on solo, Ruth Rogers voc-U solo, Marjone Bell, vocal duct Virginia D lie and Marjorie Dick, ant piano solo, Alice GaOlt Crlbbane Interest Growl, Although only half as many tables of cribbagc were in play Friday eve nlng at the borough building as en the previous Friday, tho attendance was much larger After tallying thi scores, announcement will be madi of the winners and later the commit tee will draw for the names ot part' ners who play next Friday Church Committee to Meet. There will be a meeting Thursday of the evangelistic committee of th Methodist Episcopal Church at th church The committee includes O L Baker, A L Porter, Wil'iam Tay lor, J. V Stoncr, Harry Taylor, B C Boyd, J W. Bcadlmg, C B. Hagcr man, Claude Porter, George Ebcrle Gailey Espoy, Gilbert Seese, Mrs C W. Slauffer, Mrs H C Fox, Mrs C A Colborn, Mrs George Lockir Mrs W H Rhodes, Mrs L K Mctz gcr, Miss Blanche Lowrle, Miss ,Ielc: Pylc, Miss Phyllis Newcomer, Mis Goldic Bergstrom, Mrs W. E Boyle and Miss Katherme Boohcr. New World's Largest Coin. LONDON, Jan 29--A no 1 "world's largest com" is now recog mzod by numismatists The coin, Swedish eight dnler of 1C59, has bee brought to London to be auctloncc It measure^ approximately one b two feet and Is of solid copper, bear ing the royal mint marlc in each cor ncr Licensed to Marry. A marrijgc license was issued a Cumberland to Russell Herman an Frances Elizabeth Hensel, both o Mill Run H OW many, at the end of tho day, will say, in piayei . I thank you deal Loid. for all you have ghen me this day. You thank others, for all favors, each day. Why not thank tho Lord for all his favors? each da\ { ___ ., _ . OTT. 3Z"J Res. 32-M B9H29 3 PITTSBURGH ST. CONNELUSVtUe, WC __ T Employ No Agents or Sbhdbors" BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBIXTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Atrtbaritto*" TWO STIHNGS TO A" BOW " NEVER EMPLOY B line of play' which gives you only one chonca to mak« your contract If you can Ond another method which fur- ·trlngs to your the one clianeo procedure, It It doesn't work your hopes arc ended With tho double barreled method If you do not «cor« a hit with your first shot, nlshes you tno bow. Following you may make Hie tccond. + Q 10 8 · K Q J 8 Z + K Q a bull's-eye wltli 4 7 6 3 2 · 10043 + J 7 S 2 (Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable ) SIX. heart* constituted the final contract on thli deal In a recent duplicate and three different typo of piny were used tn attempting to tnk* that contract. At UbU one the dcclarer'uaa the diamond K lead .with the A, drew trumpi and ticn fln««cd cue ipade J, *hic!i lost to the Q and later lott a club trick, »o that he wai down one, At table two the declarer tried to avoid the Sncuo by attempting to squeeze the opponent*. Ho ac- complished this by leading all at his hearta after winning the first trick Ho got West Into the position where ha held his three aparlei, diamond K and clubs K-Q and on the hut trump hod to let go of one of them Ho let go a npado and, ai East had discarded four »pado», the declarer did not need the finesse, but played the A nnd K, cttablUhlng tho J At tablo three the declarer aloo decided not to try tho flnf.i«e it possible. He alio got the Welt player Into the aame position nit above, but this Weit toisad the diamond K. South thon canned the club A, on which W««t throw the K, but then wan nothing for South to do but lead another In the hope that Weit would win Wlien he did, he was obliged to lead a Into South'* tenac«. MONDAY'S rnOBLEM 4.1098 FIREMEN HEM ALARM; TfflNK IT IS STATIC Inadequacy of Mount Pleasant System Easily Proven. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST + 7 8 3 + A J 1 0 8 4 .(Dealer: South Eaat-Weat vulnerable With the diamond K led agauut South'* {-Heart contract, how should be plan the handT New S. A. Head MAJOR A. VENDEVILLE It will be 35 yean next Juno since Major A. Vcndeville, new commander of the Salvation Army here, was graduated frtm the Salvation Army College in Chicago He was first sent to Colorado He later served In Woming and New Mcx- eo Ho was transferred to Detroit and filled a number of slitlons in Michigan and Indiana Coming to 'arkcrsburg, W. Va, 23 years ago he las since served stations in West Virginia, Ohio and Pcnnsylv mla 3urng the World War he was trans- Icrred to Umonlown for a year's stay He assisted for several days in a fund drive here Since that time he has been located In Pennsylvania. He came from DuBois Mrs Vendovillo las been in the service nearly 32 years She began work soon after her graduation from the Salvation Army College in New York She is major, also Both are natives of Holland There are seven children two of whom arc with the major and tis wife--Mae Msngaret, a junior in High School, and David, in the sixth de of the South Side School Their home Is at 726 South Arch street Pairons Day Will.Be Observed February 18 In Fayelie Schools Friday, February 18. has been deslgmtcd as annual patrons day, it wis announced by Superintendent James G Robinson of the Fayctto county schools Cape Town Has 300,330 CAPE TOWN, Jan 29 -- The population of Cape Town grew fiom 293,180 in 1836 to 300,330 m 1937 according to statistics issued by the Medical Officer of Health Mount Pleasant 1 Wrestlers Beat SewickleyHigh MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 20 -- Rannny High wrestling toum '\rcst- orx defeated Sewicklcy Township sy a T5 to 13 score on the local floor Thursday The results' Zeclln, 85 pounds, Famsiy, lost to Bruno on decision Gabos, 95 pounds, Ramsay, won Crom Heffcrlc on n fall Zcglin, 105 pounds, Roms.iy, won from Dunn on a fall Gcttemy, il5 pounds, Ramsey, won from Gainrelli on a fall Kind, 135 pounds, Ramsay, v/on from Packcy on a fall Knlp, 145 pound 1 ;, Hicnsay, lost to a tall In an extra point Bntlstl on bout. Shumar, 155 pounds, Ramsny, wen from Mnrsiglio on a fall · O. Fiandica, 165 pounds, Ramsay, lost to Newhousc on a fall S Flandaca, 186 pounds, Ramsay, won on a forfeit The referee was Wolfe of Norvvln Thrco no-dcclslon boxing bouts opened the bill and was follow ed by three exhibition wrestling bouts between Mount Pleasant and Scvack- ley Basil, 115 pounds, Ramsay, won from Marks on a fall Jack Shumar, 125 pounds, Ramsay, won from Millingcr on n fall Yanicllo, 135 pounds, Ramiay, won from Folscalla on a fall. Mount Pleis-int will have its next home bouts on Wednesday evening, February 3, with Elizabeth The Ramsay boys previously defeated Elizabeth there Sixth Child In Family. Mr. and Mrs Emery C Stewart ol 320 West Fayette strict arc the parents of an eight-pound son born at 0 30 o'clock Friday morning at the home The family now consists of three boys and three girls The father, manager of the local Western Union Telegnph Company office, is an active member of the New Haven Hose Company The child has been named Emery C , Jr Special to The Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 29 -Tho Inadequacy of the present firo alarm system was demonstrated. Friday night when firemen at headquarter* heard a noise they thought wns static on the radio Turning It off in disgust, they discovered the sound was the firo alarm on tho borough building roof A bucket of gasoline at the Paul Newcomb filling station in West Main street had ignited but the burn- Ing gas wns thrown out a window before any damage resulted Beacon Staff Has Party. The Ramsay High Beacon staff held a party at the school on Friday evening, it which tho amusements were dancing, games, music and a social hour Teachers sponsoring the nftair were Mlsa Gertrude Cottom, Miss Rosemary Cooper, Miss Gcr- aldlnc C mnebccr. Miss Josephine Splcndorc, Kcnsey Dillon and Mr. Hackman The itaff is composed of the following person. Editors, Ihoburn Snydcr and Eugene Stefl, student council, Jack Rakuain; Junior Red Cross, Margaret Simon, band, Russell Myers: Choral Club, Frances Taylor; Trl-Hl-Y, Angellnc Kingora, Future Farmers of America, William Keslar, society, Ann Overly, news, Blanche Matulay and Margaret Fcr- rell, literary, Margaret Eckman, business managers, William Levlnson .ind Leomrd Levin, producers, Elizabeth Corcoran nnd Robert Click, sports, Elliott Volkln and James Davis, art William Covert, Jack Jordan, Ernest Davis and Betty Cxllne, jokes, Russell Myers and Fred Zaiden; reporters, Emily Kozar Genet Stull, Li!} Mae Ohnger Cecelia Zclinka, Muriel Thompson Mildred Kurtlc and Virginia Bergman, advisors Miss Cooper and Miss Cottom, typists, Jean Faust, Martha Kattcra, Lucille Santora, Evelyn Fox Betty Schindcl, Brtty Topley anc Fdna Ullery. Sportsmen to Meet Th» annual meeting of the Mouni Pleasant SporUmen's Association will be held Jn Grand Theatre bulldinp Monday evening at 8 o'clock. In addition to the election o£ officers there will be motion pictures from the Pennsylvania Stato Game Commission and a speaker. Covered-Dish Dinner. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Church of God held a covered- dish dinner Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Galley o: West Washington street Friday evening Injures Hand at Work. Ralph Cicco of Quarry street, employed by the Bortz Coal Company buffered an injury to his hand whll at work After being treated a Frick Memorial Hospital Friday hi went home. In Frick Hospital. Mrs. Henry Barklcy of Acme ha been brought to Frick Memorial Hos pitul where she will undergo treat mcnt, Bradford Principal Dies George Schilling, 65 years old principal of the high school at Brad ford, died at his home Thursda: night. His wife, who survives, i William Kesine/ Dies Aiier Brief Illness; Widely Known in City After an illness of about a week, Vllliam Kcstner, well known busi- css man of this city, died at 8 o'clock Friday evening In Conncllsvillc State lospital A hcait attack resulted in cnth Mi. Kcstner, widely known n» Bill," wan associated In business vith n brother, John Kestner They ipcrated Kestncr's Book Store Mr Koitncr was the oldest son of he late Charles and Martha Kestncr f Scottdalc In addition to his v/id- ·w, Edna Rhodes Kestjier, he Is sur- i\ ed by a small son, Paul. One other on, William, preceded him in death One sister, Mrs Elizabeth Pimlott ol Scottdalc, and two brothers, Charles Kcstner of Latrobc and John of this city also survive Mr Kcstner was o member of the rirst Methodist Episcopal Church here and of tho Independent Order if Odd Fellows at Scottdalc. During he World War he was in overseas ervicc and was identified with both he American Legion and the Veterans of lorelgn Wars The funeral service will be held at 2 30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the residence, 308 East Cedar avenue, o which the body wai rnmovcd by 'uneral Director Charles C Mitchell Rev. L S Elliott, pastor ot the First Methodist Episcopal Church, will of- Iclatc, assisted by Rev. C. Geoige Shupe, pastor of Trinity Reformed Church. A military service 1 will be conducted at the grave at Scottdalc Cemetery by members of Milton L Bishop Post, American Legion. Post members will meet at the Legion home at 2 o'clock Monday. DANCE TONIGHT --to-John Kiferle and His Orchestra LAZY HOUR RANCH No Corcr. No 3Un.im.iim Closing Out Sale of Entire 1937 Stock of M e w a n t to clenr our stocks of nil 1837 patterns. The neii 108S slock is arrivlnc; and \\o must mnke room for it. Tho reductions nrc genuine, tlio values supreme. They're buiTiOil )y oar 21 yeur experience In the w a l l ]M]ei. nnd paint business In Oonnclls-vIIIc. tOc to J."c PAPEHS _.. J2c to 20c PAPJGlfS 22c to liOc PATKKS 5 1 0 c 5c lOc 3,'ic to l»c PAPKltS __- tOc to 50c I'APEKS ."0r to 7 15c 29c . _ 2 5 c TI. 109-1VMV. Apple St. Phone JHW. Connellsvillc, Pa. Vtrs, Daisy Stauffcr Schilling, a lormcr resident of Mount Pleasant 3urlal was made in Mount Pleasant Cemetery this afternoon, Three Births at Hospital. The stork was busy at Frick Memorial Hospital Friday night Twin ;lrls were born to Mr and Mrs Charles Summy of near Tarr, one at 9 30 and one at 9 45 o'clock At 1 35 o'clock this morning a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs William Achtzinger of Armbrust. O n e o f t h e . f i r s t questions after any firo~ WAS IT INSURED? Why not be sure that your property is properly and adequately insured Call this A g e n c y To-day. J.DONALD PORTER INSURANCE First National Bank Bldg.' Connollsvllle, Pa. 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