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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVH,1,E, PX MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 19SS. By LYNNE a KINCEU. Many Dance at President's Ball For BeniHt of Paralysis Fund \Miss Jean Hoover Will Have Charge Of Mozart Program . Th« Mozait Music Club will meet I Monday evening, February 7, at its club rooms at the Dunn-Evnns Building, i North Pittsburgh street The time is 8 o'clock Miss Jean Hoover will have charge of the program which will feature selections of Brahms, Bach and Beethoven. * Three hundred "persons dancecVat I room "was-thronged with dancers a gala ball Saturday night at the from Connellsville and surrounding Pleasant Valley Country" Club, tod towns. Beautiful and colorful gowns the fifty-sixth" birthday--ol. worn" by-the women guests added '^President FrankluTD. Roosevelt and.: Tier the benefit of "the ncw~"NaUormr "foundation for Infantile Paralysis, ^whlch will receive the proceeds from -15,000 parties, · held throughout the" r country. ; r Dr. H. Daniel Mmerd was general ·"chairman of the local ball, ' which pwas one of the outstanding. social ^events of the season The large ball- br311iahcy-to the scene, -Music was furhished~by Maxcy's Orchestra of Uniontown. A number, who did not attend the "daiicc, bought tickets to help swell the fund. The President's birthday was Sunday bat the observance was advanced a day because of the anniversary falling on a holiday. ~High School Debating -Team to Appear ~ Before Junior Culture Club Tuesday i The Conncllsvllle High School de-bating team will appear before the ^Junior Culture Club at its regular rOTceUng to be held Tuesday night at Ithe club rooms- at the Carnegie ?ree "Library. The subject of" the -debate .is 'Resolved, That the Several States ^Should Adopt a Unicameral System of Legislation." . Miss Helen Grey has arranged a Zjnusical- program · Hostesses will be Evelyn Moore, Miss Nevada .Bishop, Mrs. Virginia Morcland, Miss 'Cyrilla Welsh, Mrs Elva Groschen, ;Miss Marie Louderback and Miss Ann iRankln. . -- ',, A short business session will be Uicld at 7.30 o'clock with Miss Louise l^Vilhclm, president, in the chair. -^JUNIOR MUSIC-CLUBTMEETS AT HOME OF. "SPONSOR " Members of the Junior Music Club Zheld their first meeting of the new Tyear Friday .night at the home ot the "sponsor, Mrs. Evelyn Welkcr .Graft, rsouth Pittsburg street. A new mem- "ber, Billie'Mayo, was introduced to of delightful piano .-the club. A program "music was offered by the young club . members. It was: M Vocal solos, "The Dolls JDance," "Beatrice Mayo. 7 "See Saw Margery Daw" and ""Song of the Rose," Wilma Martz. " "The Little Folk Song," and r"Bridal Chorus," JThomas McLellan. " "Minuet in G," Jean Godfrey. Z "Song Without Words," Mary Han-nah Martz : "Good King Wcnccslar," Billic "Brother John," Donald Graft. "- "Happy Farmer," Anthony Isola. - "The Cellar Door" and "The Dress CFaradc,"- Richard Malone. T ."Hap,"Hap,-.Hap," and "A Little -Tune," David Barge. ~ ."In a Hurry," Caroline Burrows. ~ " Gold stars were awarded to the ^following for their splendid performance: "Wilma Martz, Thomas -McLcllan, Jean" Godfrey, Mary Hannah Martz, BIHie Mayo, Donald £Graft, Anthony Isola, Richard Malone "and David Barge. T- Caroline Burrows, choosing Bich- .Brd Wagner as one ot her favorite "composers, gave a short talk concerning the most interesting facts ot his life. Mrs. Graft gave "Scenes From the Life of Richard Wagner.' The social part of the evening was .devoted entirely to the game, magic music. The next meeting will be held in February. ERNEST KEN'SINGERS FETED AT DINNER - In the form of a surprise dinner, "a farewell testimonial was accorded "Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kcnsinger Thursday evening at the West Leisenring Presbyterian Church Manager of the Union Supply Company's jtore at Bute for the^last nineteen -years, Mr. Kensmger~was recently transferred to Star Junction where "he and hisjtamlly*wiU7make_ their "home. ^_ ~°v£ '" Approximately sixty, representing Hie church membership and the staff T of the Butczstore, sat dowrrjto the Dinner. Later-in, the evening the cuest of honor was presented 3vith a pew desk as.a testimonial otJnend- 3lup and good-will. The presentation 3vos made by R. K Warnock, superintendent of the Bute plant. Greet- Jngs were extended by Rev. William "Hamilton, pastor of the church, and Jjis daughter, Mrs Earl Honsinger, "oCEast Orange, N. J. Jean, one of .Mr. and Mrs. Kensmger's five children, is a student at Indiana State .Teachers College nnd was not pres- 'ont at the party because of school duties. - - JEWISH WOMEN WELL HEAR : REPORTS OF .CONVENTION . The monthly meeting of (he Connellsville Council of Jewish Women will be held at the home of Mrs, G. C. Davidson of 511 Race street Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. A report of the triennial convention which was held in Pittsburgh last week will be given. Will Meet Thursday. . The monthly meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of Trinity Lutheran Church will be held Thursday evcnnic at 7.45 o'clock at the iocuil room of the church Plans will be completed for the missionary tea to be held in March. Samuel Clark Honored On His 72nd Birthday A surprise dinner of. pretty appointments was given Sunday at the tome of Samuel Clark at Whistle Park in honor of his seventy-second birthday. The menu consisted of sauerkraut with all the trimmings 'A color scheme of yellow and white was effectively carried out. The center of Uie table was graced with a large birthday cake decorated with candles. Places ^ere laid for Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hockcnbury and daughter, Marlanna, Scottdale; Mrs. Elizabeth ~ShcfHer- and daughter, Daisy, and sons, Howard and Corry, Mount-Pleasant, and C. B. McCormick of Poplar Grove, lifelong friend of Mr Clark. The party was arranged- entirely by Mr. Clark's housekeeper. Miss Mary Brethaucr, and was a delightful affair. k ~ Mr, Clark/ one of the most widely known men of the - ConneUsville community, has been superintendent of the First National Bank building for many years. He was the recipient of many gifts. Miss Virginia Hockcnbury and six Girl Scouts, all of Scottdale, were on a hike and stopped at the home of Mr. Clark to wish him a happy birthday. MRS. "CARMEN MOLINARO, RECENT BRIDE, HONORED The Sodality of St. John's Church, West Side, gave a shower Tuesday night in honor of Mrs. Carmen Molinaro, a former member and a past president. Mrs. Molinaro is the former Miss Anna K. Matuschak and the home of her parents at Brookvale was, the scene of the shower which was attended by about thirty members of the sodality. Games and dancing were the diversions of the evening. Prizes were awarded as follows. "Rcad-O," first, Mrs C. V. Molinaro; second, Miss Catherine Kostclnik; pop corn contest, Miss Agnes Homsek; second, Miss Mary Jane Shrmkle. The sodality's ensemble gifts to the honor guest were a beautiful handmade quilt, a table lamp and a picture of the patron of the sodality, Virgin Mary. Delicious refreshments were served by the sodality committee composed of Miss Mary Matuschak, Miss Margaret Herchko, Miss Anna Galik, Miss Mary Ambrosc'and Miss Agnes Kocis. " - TRI-COUNTY COUNCIL WILL MEET AT BROWNSVILLE More than one hundred women will attend the quarterly meeting of the Tri-County Council of the American Legion Auxiliary, scheduled for Wednesday at Brownsville, u.th the auxiliary to the A. Kramer Axton Post of that place hostess. The conference will be held at the Monongnhela Hotel and will begin at 10 o'clock R. Donald Conn, principal of the Brownsville Junior High School, will be the main speaker. Mrs. S, F. Denny will be the guest reader and Tony Wilson will play violin solos, with his daughter," Miss Victoria Wilson at thcS piano. Rev. C. W. Orcsek, pastor of /the South Brownsville Methodist Episcopal Church will pronounce the invocation. Dinner will be served at noon, after which the meeting will conclude with n business session. Mrs. Sarah Smith is the delegate from the local auxiliary. No Trouble, Police Sent fo New Salem Greek Church Report UNIONTOWN, Jan. 31 --State Motor Police, called to St Mary's ircck Catholic Church at New Salem Sunday morning, found everything quiet und serene they ·eportcd Officers answered a call that reported a threatened riot in the church where officers said they were old iomc women had been disorderly. Women served as escorts or some of the men performing their duties in the church to frustrate any disturbance, it was said. DONALD H. CATT MOVED TO ROANOKE MRS. ORVILLE GALLENTTNE ENTERTAINS D. L. F. CLUB Mrp Orville Gallentine entertained the D L F. Club Friday night at her home at South Connellsvillc A business session was held, after which five hundred was played. Prizes were awarded to Mrs William Sols- son, Mrs Walter Miller and Mrs Haven Miles. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. McGinnis Miss Peg Hoover and Mrs David Shelkey v.ere guests of the club The next meeting will be held February 10 at the home of Mrs. Mary Vozar at Wheel- Mrs Mary Agnes Catt, wife of Donald H Catt and a daughter ot ·Ir and Mrs James J. Drlscoll of Sycamore street, left yesterday by lutomoblle for Roanoke, Va., where ihe will join her husband, who has Mien located there since January 10 Mr. Catt, employed in the sales department of P. Lorlllard Company, manufacturers of Old Gold cigarcts, has been transferred from Pittsburgh to the Virginia city. The change is an advancement, Mr. Catt being put in charge ot a staff of six men Mr. and Mrs Catt are well known n Connellsvillc. Mr. Catt is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Catt of Pittsburgh, 'ormer residents of this place. Mrs. C. E Catt accompanied her daughtcr- n-Hw to Roanokc, where she will assist the couple in establishing their new home. Prizes were won by Five hundred--first, Mrs. C. Louderback; Rozella Tobcr; third, PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE GIVES SUCCESSFUL PARTY The Protected Home Circle held a successful party Saturday night at P. H. C. Hall, the following- Mrs. Worthlngton; second, Mr. La- Rew; third, Mrs. Annabelle Durbln; bingo--high, second, Mrs Mrs. Joseph Murphy; special bingo-high, William Hobaugh; second, Mrs June Cook; third, Mrs. Rozella Tober; door, Mrs. Tober. Lunch was served CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY WOMEN MEET TOMORROW The monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the Christian Church will be held Tuesday afternoon, Instead of Thursday, at the church, beginning at 2'30 o'clock. It will be Christian orphanage day. Mrs. J. Frank Rust will be program leader. Mrs. John Martin will have charge of devotions. ROSELLE ANN BOYER IS HONORED -ON BIRTHDAY A birthday party of pretty appointments \vas given Thursday by Mrs. George Boyer at her home at Van- dcrbilt in honor, of the second anniversary ot " her little daughter, Eoselle Ann.-- The hours were from 5 to.'-8 o'clock...! Hide-and-seek, the little. MonorCe's--favorlto game, was enjoyed" and later MrsrBoyec. served a dain'y lunch consisting of sandwiches, ice cream, cookies and pop The table was centered with an attractive birthday cake, iced in white and adorned with two pink candles Favors were small cookies decorated to harmonic with the "birthday cake Guests were 'Sonny" and Dora Lee r Gloria Donna and Ruth Elaine Lint, Jeanne and Dolores Mossei, cousins of Eoselle Ann The honor guest received many attractive gifts, a fa\onto one being a large toy dog presented to her by her father. With Mrs. Albert Durlc. Mrs. Albert Durie will entertain the Greenwood Fancywork Club Tuesday afternoon of this week at her home in Morrcll avenue, Greenwood ,.- PRESBYTERIAN SOCIETIES TO HOLD JOINT MEETING The Woman's Missionary Society and the King's Daughters Circle of the First Presbyterian Church will meet jointly Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. William Wishart, 1145 South Pittsburg street. SILVER THIMBLE CLUB MEETING ANNOUNCED Mrs S U Morris will entertain the Silver Thimble Club Wednesday afternoon at her home in South Eighth street, Greenwood. First V. B. Meetings. The Win One Class will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs Charles Lcighty at Snydertown. IViss Delia Mae Barnes is co-hostess. The committee comprises Mrs A. J Huf- finc, Mrs. Ray Elcher, Mrs. Elmer Friend, Mrs Charles May, Mrs. H. A Stcphcnson and Mrs. Ralph Rude The theme Is "Honoring Our Cues Leader," Mrs Theodore Mickey There will be n kitchen shower for Mrs Carrie Mac Moag. The official board will mee Wednesday night following the midweek prayer service. A meeting of the Women's Missionary Society is scheduled for Friday night at 7 45 o'clock at th church The theme is "At Work Through Our Thank Offering." Mrs H C. Shippy is to be the leader. First M. E. Events. The Ladies' Aid Society of th First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Wednesday night at o'clock at the church. The official board will meet Tuesday evening at 7 30 o'clock at the church Instead of Thursday night. Next Sunday will be church schoo and family day. The junior choir will sing. ARE YOU PALE, WEAK? YoA. Pa. -- Hits Kaibrya M. Ucilman. «S7 Cirlule Ave.. UT * 1 w»i wealc, could not ilcfp well and cputd J icarcfly CAL Alter try m«t lr Pierce'* Golden Mtjtical Discovery. I wu able to itay up all diy tnd ilecp all Bight. I tudily icained vajl strength. After USIK it a few months 1 w** feclic£ ne," Say n. m Moid oc tablet* irom your droffXUt todaju SAVE 50% I SPOTTO'S SENSATIONAL FOR 1 SALE Buy One Roll Wall Paper-Get One Roll mm LOTS .25 10 M'nll 20 Border G Celling LIMIT--One Jot to n customer. Do not full to get 6c to Oc tallies /» 2 rolls . _ . _ ._ DC lOc to 13c nlue 1 A 2 rolls . . ,,. lUC JSe to 25c values f O 2 rolls .. ,, IOC Choose From America's Tinesl up to $2.25 Values. All 1937 Papers Must Go' SPOTTO'S Sl!t 'HfM Crawford Atcniir and PAINT Phone 012-ir County Red Cross Makes Appeal For Funds for China Grate Fire Ignites Floorimr. Slight damage was caused at the Flanigan apartments in West Gibson avenue Fndiy night when flre broke out near the grate. Firemen were called. It was discovered that insufficient insulation between the ;ratc and floor had caused the latter to ignite. Takes Post at Confluence. CONFLUENCE, Jan. 31 --Miss Lydia Glessncr, for years employed in the Second National Bank of Mey- crsdalc, has taken a position with the Ringer Independent Oil Company and will be in charge of the office here. V. F. W. AUXILIARY WILL MEET THURSDAY ,Thc regular meeting of the Walter E Brown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at V. F. W. Home. After the business meeting members will play bingo. MARY E. DICK BIBLE CLASS WILL MEET AT DUNN HOME The Mary E Dick Bible Class of the First United Presbyterian Church will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday evening nt 7 45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E A Dunn in Sycamore street. Busy Bees Club Organized. The Busy Bees Club was organized at a meeting, held Thursday evening at the home of Miss Lorctta Ross. Officers were elected as follows President, Miss Sanzone; vice-presl- dnl, Miss Kathryn Ronzio; treasurer, Miss Mary Salatino, secretary, Miss Lorctta Sanzone. The evening was spent at fancyivork and at the close ot the meeting Mrs. Anthony Sanzone servd a delicious lunch The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, February 3, at the home of Miss Annette Ronzio of Limestone Hill An appeal for funds to be used for the relief of million of suffering men, women, and children in China was made today by Dr C. H LaClo r, chairman of the Fayette County Red Cross Chapter, who announced that it the suggestion ot President Roosevelt, chapters throughout the county were joining in the appeal. "In asking our community to assist 'ti raising this fund," Dr LaClair said," there is little need to emphasize appalling conditions existing iround Shanghai and other cities, in- as much as newspipcrs, ncwsreels and radio have vividly pictured con- C 'ions that exist." He said that this money would be iillocatcd to relief agencies and hospitals already existing, and that a committee ot American business men in China, appointed by the American Ambassador, Nelson T Johnson, would be formed to distribute the fund. No personnel will be sent from the United States 'In addition to the urgent need for food, shelter, and warm clothing, one ot the great needs in China at the present time is for medical assistance," Dr. LaCIair said "Great danger exists that epidemics may break out." Admiral Gary T. Grayson, national Red Cross chairman, s-iid American oQMals in China had informed him that 650,000 sick and homeless persons were crowding the International Settlement and Greater Shanghai at the present time, with many times that number scattered throughout coastal and interior cities, townb and villages that have been devastated. The nifion.il chairman also pointed out that lack of adcquitc housing facilities for the homeless was aggravating the health problem, and that existing public shelters had long been ovci-crowded, resulting in thousands of homeless being forced to huddle under straw shelters without sufcicnt protection from inows and cold rains sweeping over the country. Alleys and doorwajs in the towns and cities were crowded with bewildered men, women and children, Americans on the scene reported and since railway services had been disrupted there was no way to evacuate them to other areas "An offer of assistance to the Japanese and Chinese Red Cross societies was made last August by the International Red Cross Committee at Geneva The Japanese Society replied that their resources were adequate to deal with their situation, but the Chinese stated that they very much needed outside assistance " "The Red Cross has become an international symbol o£ mercy," Dr. LaCIair said, "and there is great need for our cooperation at this time, am sure that our appeal will mecl with a generous response, and thai we who live in such a fortunate land will assist the suffering and homeless thousands in China " Checks should be made payable to the American Red Cross and mailcc to the Fayette County Chapter, Un- lonlown Postofllce Building, Uniontown, Pa, O. R. C. Auxiliary Tuesday. The regular meeting of Coke Region Division No. 197, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock in the B. O. Y. M. C. A. Juliana Gives Birth to Girl; Princess Happy By H C. BUURMAN United Press Staff Correspondent. SOESTDYK, Netherlands, Jan 31. --Princess Juliana, heir to the ;hrone of the House of Orange, gave birth to a gill today, her first child The baby, provided there is no future male child, was destined to carry into the third generation the line of queens ot this sturdy nation of 8,500,000 people. With the pretty, pink cheeked princess jn the semi-circular white palace here were her mother, Queen Wilhclmina, whose heir she is, and her husband of a year, Prince Bernard, himself a scion of the ancient ; erman house of LIppe-Bicsterfeld. Princess Juliana wanted a girl; Prince Bernard a boy. For weeks, the nation and its possessions all over the world had awaited news of the birth. As the official announcement was flashed, waiting batteries of artillery and cannon of warships at sea, began firing salutes of 51 guns. It wou'd would have been 101 guns it the baby had been a boy. As the guns fired their news, the people ran from homes and offices into the streets to ask whether the baby was a girl or boy and to begin a celebration that, aided by national holiday?, was expected to continue for days. Weakland Revival Closes; Hundreds Fail to Get Seats Girl Born to Doppelhancrs. A daughter, tipping the scales at eight and a fourth pounds was born Thursday, January 27, to Mr. and Mrs Frank Doppclhauer of Tanyard Hollow There are now three boys and a girl in the family. Mrs. Doppelhauer is the former Miss Edna Mae Shaw. Sues for Divorce. UNIONTOWN, Jan 31 --Libel in divorce was filed by Edna Crawford against her husband, Levi Crawford, on grounds of cruelties and indignities They were marrl"d at Oakland, Md , October 13, 1936. K. of C. Meet Tuesday. The Knights of Columbus will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday night at the club rooms in the Dunn-Evans building in North Pittsburg sticet. The Betty Weakland evangelistic campaign closed last evening with the grcitcst crowd ever assembled in the First Baptist Church. Long before the announced time to begin the service every available spice in the auditorium, balconies and Sunday school rooms was taken Even standing room was at a premium. Walls of the church were lined with people and the vestibules were crowded to capacity. Even then it was neccssaiy to tuin hundreds away. During the preliminary part of the service Dr J Roy Weakland publicly expressed his appreciation In behalf of the par.y for the splendid coopora- Llon of the local newspaper He also thanked the cooperating pastors. Rev. A R Mansbcrger and Rev. J S. Brownlee. and the various groups and individuals who helped to make the campaign a success. In spite of having preached nightly during the past two weeks with three and four services on Sundas, Betty Weakland was in her usual trim last evening and preached with the same pep, poise and power that she has been manifesting throughout the campaign In the story of her life she paid a glowing tribute to her parents, Dr. and Mrs J. Roy Weakland, for the sacrifices which they made to make It possible for her to go about the country preaching the gospel. After the main service was dismissed an "after meeting" was held which again filled the church. Dr. Weakland presided over the meeting and in response to his invitation for those who wished to acknowledge their acceptance of Jesus Christ many men, women and young people went forward. Tonight Miss Weakland will speak in the United Brcthern Church ot Mount Pleasant, Tuesday evening in the First Baptist Church of McKeesport and Wednesday night in the First Christian Church of Steubenville, Ohio. She will then have a three-day rest before opening a campaign in the First Methodist Protestant Church of East Liverpool, Ohio, next Sunday. Hospital Patients. Thomas J. O'Hara of East Murphy avenue and Mary Jane Enos of 137 Peach street have been admitted to the Hospital for treatment. Fractures Wrist in Fall. Harold Brooks, 28, ot Scottdale, employed by the American Bridge Company, suffered a possible fracture of the wrist while at work and was removed to Conncllsvllle State Hospital. VlCKS TRO-NOL V holpt pravertf many colds Vi*V'V^7i)Wi'-'S"' 3 f. .it-' Will Entertain Club. Mrs Charles Leighty of the Springfield pike will entertain members of the Glad-U-Kum Club Monday evening, February 7. THE FOLKS IN THIS HOUSE SAY EVERYTHING TASTES SETTER SINCE I'VE BEEN COOKING FOR THEM . . . THAT'S BECAUSE ELECTRIC COOKING SEALS IN THE GOOD FLAVORS; BETTER FLAVORS with an Electric Roaster THOUSANDS ol women who have not yet purchased an «loctrlc rango already own on electric lofttr Many of Ihem uw thoir eloctnc roaster regularly, instead ol thoir old style stove, fust because it'* 00 easy to do and the foods taste better Pic baking, for instance, a K ·unple You lust put the pie into the roaster cover it--Ihea bake it as long as the recipe tells you io Whon you take it out you'll find that the iruit in the pie is very "done'. that the crust iJ "flaky' --and the lasle i» marvelous It's a last clean way to bake--and very little trouble An olcctiic roaster 11 alco convenient in cooking complete meals --and lor stewing grilling, roosting Oporahngcoilitlow too Investigate--You C*n Get A Good Electric Router Tor Low Than S20 REDDY KILOWATT "Your Willing Servant" FAST, CHEAP THERE is no (aster method o' cooking than tho electric method--and all it costs, at West Ponn's low electric rates, is about $2 00 a month Many ianuliet pay even less' ELECTRIC RANGE makes the cooking of tasty meals so much easier! ONE of the first things that the family learns, after an electric range has been installed, is that everything tastes better! And mother learns that she is able to get these fine results with far less work than ever before. Electric cooking requires very little water-- in some cases none at all. It is "sealed-in" cooking. Juices don't steam away. They remain in the foods and develop into rich, fine flavors. Electric heat is measured-- there is a correct heat for all foods. You can depend on an electric range to do the job right-- without the necessity of watching and testing. That's why it is so easy. Users will tell you that they prefer this modern cooking method-- that they're cooking electrically "for keeps!" jf Go to the Electric Stores and See the H. Models-- Join the Swing to Electric Cooking! J

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