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Monday, February 13, 1939
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PAGE TWO. Tti'UAlLiY CUUKIKH, jHUNUAY, FEBr-^rjARY 13, 1939. James L. Perrus And Wife Celebrate Silver Anniversary Daughters of Ruth ! Banquet Tuesday The annual banquet and Valentine parly o£ the Daughters o£ Ruth Class By LYNNE B. K1NCELL Mrs. Stanley McGuire, Reader, Will Give Program Before Culture Club February 20 Mrs. Stanley Slebbins McGuire, nrominent reader, o£ West Elizabeth, will present a program at ihe regular meeting ot the Woman's Culture Ciub Monday -"ternoon, February 20, at the c!ub rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Mrs. McGmrc will give a selected reading, "An Abandoned Elopement," by Joseph C. Lincoln: a monologue, "'A Friend in Need," by Mary Kyle Dallas, anci a play 1 , "The Valiant," by Holworthy Hall and Robert Middlemass. Mrs. McGujre is a graduate o£ the Hedpath-Horner School ot Expression* Kansas Citvj Mo., and spent ten years as a reader an3 director o£ plays in almost every state in the United States. The meeting will begin at 2 oclock and members nv - bring guests. Mrs. Clarence L. MacDonald, chairman of the drama, iiteiature and art committee, will be leader. The music committee, Mrs. Carl T. Anstino, chairman, will arrange a special program. Setback Winners Feted At Dinner by Losers · deor'ge Rowan -ahd 'Homer Miller of Mill RUn gave .in oyster dinner Saturday evening at iHe residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Stickel in Chest- mit :treet in honor of the winners o{ (he Hoot Owl Setback Club of Mill Run. After the delicioiis repast, the re~- mainfler of the evening was spent in n social way. Members of the club present were George Rowan, Homer Miller, Harry .May and A. C. Stickel. Guests included, Mrs. F. B. Livingston, Mrs. Homer Miller, Mrs. Gertrude Goldsboro and Mr. and.Mrs. E. Sturgis Colborn. Edward Miller, Jr., Mrs. P. J. Tommy's Grandson, Married o£ Trinity Lutheran Church will be held Tuesday night. Dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock at the social room o£ the church. The parly will follow. Mr. und Mrs. James L», Perrus celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home in Bast Fail view dvenue with a turkey din- REV E T MANKAaiYER IS ner. Covers were laid for thirty GUEST SPEAKER AT BANQUET guests at an attractively appointed Al 8 o'clock nuptial mass Saturday morning at St. Patrick's Church at Manninglon, W. Va., Miss Jean Chrislie Maxwell, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson Maxwell o£ Sislersville, W. Va., became the bride of Edward Francis Miller, Jr., son c£ Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miller o£ Boulder, Colo. Rev. P. J. Brady officiated. Attendants were Miss Patrice Miller of Charters!, a sister of the bridegroom, and Tormay Brown of Hilicrest, cousin of the bridegroom. A wedding bieakfasl at the Fairmont Hotel, Fairmont, W. Va., supplemented the ceremony. Places wete laid for fifteen. The bride was graduated £rom the West Virginia University, Morgon- town, and is palhotogist at the Charleston General Hospital. Charleston, W. Va. The bridegroom, a graduate o£ the University of Colorado, Boulder, is a grandson. ot Mrs. P. J. Tormay of Hilicrest. On their return from a southern trip, Mr. and Mrs. Miller will be at home in their newly furnished apartment at Charleston, Vfi Va,, where the bndgegroom is a chemist for the duPont. interests. . . Mrs. Henry B. Brown, an aunt of the bridegroom,' and dabghier,, Miss Rosenlary, fit. Hilicrest word guests at the wedding. table which was centered with large thiec-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and bride- gioom. A blanket of red rusebuds ( .jnd jonquils extended the enlire lenglh of either side of the table. Mr. and Mrs. Perrus came to Connellsville in 1906 and Mr. Perrus established :i floribt business. There are six children. Guests at the dinner included, Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Perrup, Mr. and Mrs. Andrea Dordas, Mis. Harielela Perrus and son, George, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Polie, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Las- Aboul Ihirly persons ; attended Ihe annual banquel of Ihe/ Upslrenmers Class of Iho "Evnngehcjai Church al Pcnnsvilie, held Friday night at the home of Miss Helen Nicklow at Pennsville. Rev. E. 1. Mankamyer, pastor ot Ihe South Connellsville Evangelical Church, was Ihe main speaker of the evening. Cut flowers decoraled Ihe table. Valentine favors weic filled with red heart-shaped candy. Later games were enjoyed. Names of class friends were revealed and new ones drawn for the coming year Veronica Spishak And James Desmone To Wed February 20 A coming marriage ot interest is lhat of Miss Veronica Madeline Spishak, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spishak of Race street, South Connollsville, and James William S lake M AN ARRESTED FOR MEAT THEFT, HOG MORTGAGED Wild Life Pets Tame Prisoners ceremony place Monday morning, February ^U, at 8 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church. ReV. Henry Geibel, pastor, will officiate. Miss Helen Spishak will be her sister's maid ot honor and John Caller will serve as Mr. Desmone's Beit man. Tlie ceremony will be followed by a wedding breakfast at the home of the biide-eleet.. DUNCAN, Okla., Feb. 13.--II Fred Miller's hog hadn't been mortgaged to Uncle Sam, he (Miller) might not j be in jail today. | Miller was arresled on a charge of | stealing 250 pounds oC meat from a neighbor's smokehouse. "Why did you lake Ihe meal When you had a fat hog?" asked County Atlorney Arthur Marmaduke. "Thai hog is mortgaged lo the Government," Miller replied. "I MELBOURNE, Feb. 13.--Pennis- sion fur loilg-term prisoners lo keep pets in prison has proved a great success in I Victoria, Australia. The pels range irom canaries to swallows, hawks and olher wild birds Officials declare that some of the toughest chavaclers in laming their wild pels have been "lamed" Ihemselves. couldn't gel a ham off him without deslroying Governmenl property." karis, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Vuulkos and i y jr ^ MEETING WILL Pholy PerrUs of Washington, D. C. STORY HOUR CLUB MEETS WITH SORREL DAVIDSON Sorrel Davidson entertained Ihe Stoy" Hour ClUb Saturday afternoon at her home in Race street. Taking part in the progiam were 1 Voal solo, Lois Davidson, accompanied at the piano by her brother, Israel Davidson. Heading, Ruth Ann Carson. Piano solos* Bayonne DunkIC and Sara Chinn. Story, "Kildairc Castle," Mrs. II. T. Dunkie. At the close o£ the program a dainty lunch was served to twenty- four. Water lilies formed the beautiful centerpiece. DISTRICT INSTITUTE IS HELD AT MT. PLEASANT The Alvefton, Donegal township, Mount Pleasant, Rufisdale ana Tan- Women's Christian Tenifiei-ance Unions held a Well attended one! Instructive Institute 'Wednesday In the Mount Pleasant Methodist C-hufcH. The proprata lor the daj 1 was: "Yield Not to temptation." "Lead On, O King Eternal." Sentence prayers. . "Stand Up tor Jesus." Scripture reading. "I Would Be True." Medical teftiperance. "The Effects of Alcohol on the Human Body," Mrs. J. L. Kooser. "HeligioUs .Education,'' Mrs. E. R. Beistel, Mrs. Jessie Freeman Friedline and others. Current events and prayer. Noon recess. Devotional exercises", Miss Vernice EayJor. "Follow Ihe Gleam." Scripture reading and prayer. "In the Service of the King." Address, Rev. S. C. Cuthberi, pastor" of the Baptist Church of Mount Pleasant. Vocal solo, Mrs. Lawrence Light- freitz of EllWood City. £iscussion, "Local Option," dif* fereht persons. Talk, "Sabbath Observance," Rev. E. A. Eaklns, pastor of the Church of dod at Alverlon. . Prayer, Mrs. V. 0. Barnhart. Junior Culture Club Rehearsing for Play Hehearsals for the Junior Culture Club's musical comedy, "Step This \Vay,"-are in full swing. The cast, whlchiinoliides many prominent and well khown'people'of Connellsville, is workihg-thard lo- make this one of the best shows"of--ifs"kind ever presented in this vio'inlly.- Lots of dancing, singing, laughs^ tfiViHs -and. chills -will be enjoyed by all. "·'; The proceeds from the show, which Is being presented Thursday flight, February 1C, in the High School Auditorium, are for (he Eye Fund which Is used for purchasing glasses lor school children whose parents are Unable lo buy them. " Reservation for reserved seats are to foe made at the ConnelisviHe Drug Store Tuesday or Wednesday. MARY LYNCH, GREE.NSBUHG GIRL, ENGAGED TO itIARKY Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenna Lynch of Starboard Light, Greensburg, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Mary Richardson Lynch, to Thomas Barrett Quinn, son of Mrs. James W. Quinn and the late Mr. Quinn, of New Roche-lie, N. Y,." Miss Lynch is a graduate of Wesl- over School, the Sorbonne, Paris, and the University of Pittsburgh. Her fiance is a graduate of Georgetown University. BE PRECEDED BY SUPPER The Ladies Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown Post or Ihe Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet at 7:45 o'clock Wednesday nlfcht at V. F. W. Home, South Filtsbui g slreel. The meeting will be preceded by a covered-dish supper lo be served nt 6 o'clock. Every member is asked to attend and bring a covered dish. The business session will be followed Pile Boys Give Up Transfer Business In Somerset Couniy by games awarded. for which prizes will be B. P. W. PARTY WILL BE HELD AT SULLIVAN HOME The annual Valentine parly of the Business and Professional Women's Club, scheduled for Wednesday night n't 8 O'clock, will be held at the home of Miss Sylvia Sullivan, a shut-in member, East Crav.'ford avemie, instead of the West Penn Model Home asr previously announced. Members may bring guests. Reserx'ations should be made by this evening with Mrs A E. VanNatta, 1434-H. CHARLOTTE OAKS DANCES- AT B. OF E. T. BANQUET Charlotte Oaks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Oaks ot North Arch street danced at the" 35th annivrrsary banquet oj the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen at Brownsville Sunday. Over 300 persons attended. A floor show and dancing followed the banquet. - Charlotte will dance tonight at the annual banquet of the A. A. A. to be-held at the Uniontown Country Club, Will ElciH Officers. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Patriarch Militants will meet at 7 o'clock Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Templs. Officers will be elected. Installation will follow. A social hour and Valentine gift exchange will be held. Jullifs Molnar will conduct the installation. FORWARD CLASS WILL GIVE TURKEY DINNER The Forward Class ol the Green* wood Methodist Episcopal Church will give a turkey dinner at 6 o'clock T'uesday evening at the hohle of Mrs. Melvln Arn, Morrell avenue, Greenwood. Members are to bring their own dishes and silverware. The regular meeting will follow the dinner. At this time names of Forward sisters will bo revealed and gifts exchanged. New "sisters" will be drawn for the coming year. , The committee consists of Mrs. Arn, Mrs, Hay EUenberger, Mrs. J. W. Raudman, Mrs. J. L. Cypher, MI-SI S, J. Witt and Mrs. Ernest Mistle- bauer. Ladies' Auxiliary Meets. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Jun- |ata Methodist Protestant Church held its monthly business meeting Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Baiph. Boone at Bitner. Twelve members and five guests were present. ' The president, Mrs. Smith Rhodes, led the devotionals and also presided over the business session, "Two new members, Mrs. Charles Fuller and Mrs. Joseph Sherrin, were tecelved' Into the society. Miss Eleanor Kern was reported on Ihe sick list. Elans wero made for a covered-dish supper to be served Jater in the month. Several rrterrtEers paid their birthday money. At the close of the business session Mrs. Boone served lunch in keeping with Valentine Day. She was assisted by Mrs. Dar.'al Leighty, Mrs. Virginia Engell and Mrs. Thomas Leighty. The next meeting will be held Marcii 9 at the home of Mrs. Smith Rhodes, Mrs. John Butler will be leader. M. E. FID6LIS CLASS MEETS WITH 3IRS. J. II. DAWSON TM Fidelis Class ot the First Methodist Episcopal Church met Friday night at the home of Mrs. John H. Dawson in West Green street. The meeting opened With hymns, after Which Mrs. Bryan Nabors, class president, read the Scripture lesson. The Lord's Prayer was repeated in unlsort. Mrs. L. S. Elliott gave a reading, "Why I Like to Read My Bible." A snort business session was heid. At the conclusion the meeting was turned over to the entertainment committee. Valentine games were played. The committee composed of Mrs.-. Dawson; Mrs;, "Frank R. Sweeney, Mrs* A. iff. Springer, Mrs. J. T. Hiers, Mrs. Harry Mitchell and Miss Martha Kauflman, served a de- liclotis lunch. Davistown Ciuss Meet*,. The Ever Faithful Class of the Davistotvn Evangelical Church met Wednesday at the home of Lottie Solomon. Helen Glotlelty, vice- president had charge ot the meeting. Nine members were present and all took part in reviewing the Sunday school lesson lor the past month. At the conclusion of the program a chili con carne dinner was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be hdd Wednesday, February 22 at the home of Mrs. C. L. Shaulis. . First tl. B. Meetings. The Willing Workers, Tried and and True, King's Workers and J. O. Classes of the First United Brethren Church will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night. A meeting of the Active Members Class is scheduled for 7;30 o'clock Friday night. The Y. M. B. Class will meet tonight at the home of. Mrs. John F. Kooser in Galiatin avenue with John KeUcy host. A supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock. : A meeting'of the Royal Circle Class will be held Friday night at (he home of Mrs. L. G. Hoover, 505 East .Washington avenue,-' The committee composes Mrs. William Warmuth, Mrs. Ada Dull, Mrs. W. S. Kurtz, L. G. Hoover and Mrs. Henry Hitenour. The theme is "Effects of. Unhappy Homes." " The Onward Bible Class, will meet .tonight .with Kathleen and Dorothy Hoover hostesses. Devotions will bo in charge of H, Roger Huey, while IX Harold Hoover will conduct the program. D. D. D. Club Meets. The D. D. D..Club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul Sols- son in Second street, South Connellsville. Every member vns present. There was also one guest, Mrs. Lloyd Feathers. Concluding the business session cards and Chinese checkers were plaj'cd. -Prizes were awarded to Mrs. James Soisson, high; and Mrs. Albert Helms, draw. Mrs. Kelly Corvm received prize for Chinese checkers and Mrs. John Lowery won the "p:g." A delicious lunch supplemented the games. The next meeting will be held Friday, February 24, at the home ot Mrs. John Lowery, 409 East Washington avenue. UECITAL AT BAPTIST CIIt'HCn FOLLOWED BY HECEPT3 IN After the recital, in which Miss Virginia Best Graham antl Everett Thomas appeared, Friday niflht at the First Baptist Church, a reception for Jarents of the Reading Club of Dun- townahlp was held at the home of Miss Sarah Malone in South Pitts- Durg street. The recital was sponsored by the onding Ciub. Y. P, C. U. WILL GIVE COVERED-DISH LUNCHEON The regular meeting of the Young People's Christian Union ot tha First United Presbyterian Church will be held Tuesday evening at the church. A covered-dish luncheon at 6 o'clock will precede the meeting. Party for Members. After its regular meeting to be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at Odd Fellow* Hall, the Woman's Benefit Association will give a party for members. Each member is to bring a comic valentine. Llgonier.Gtrl Efljaged. Mr. and-Mrs.' George B. Prills of Ligonier announce'the engagement of their daughter. Miss Idella Ruth Prills, to Raymond Keener of New Florence. B. O. TRAFFIC PROGRAM AUXILIARY WILL MEET Tfie February meeting of the Ladles" Auxiliary to the Baliimofe Ohio Cooperative Traffic Program will be held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Harry K. Lewis, new presi- dcnt, will appoint her commiltees at this lime. SOMERSET, Feb. 13.--Residents of tliis rjuiet mountain community called a new trucker lo "come for some boxes" because the ubiguitous Pile boys have given xip a transfer business almost as old as the town ifself. Irvin J. Pile, last of three generations of freight carriers, has retired, entTng a family business founded by Irvin Hi Pile who jjned Ihe gold rush in '40 and helped launch the Nation's first pony express. With three others, the elder Pile treked through the wild country between Independence, Mo., and Sacramento, Cal., where ho panned gold I until 1851. That year Major George Chorpenning contracted lo cany mail once a month for the Government between Sacramento and Salt Lake City with Pile as his first assistant. For several years, Pile rode the frozen ranges of the high Sierras, fighting cold, perilous snow and Indians. Later he returned to Somerset and started a drayage business. His son, Milton, assisted him and took jver the busines when his father died. He continued the 10-mile mail route between Somerset and Rockwood, aided by his son, Irvin J , but the railroad soon made the Pile's horse-drawn wgon obsolete. Irvin convinced his falher that a truck would aid their business. It did but in 1928 the elder Pile fell from the vehicle and his injuries were fatal. Irvin continued until his retirement. Come to Troutman's . . . we're budding info Springtime . . . see all the bright new things . . . get a gay new dress, have your hair done in a new way . . . but come^gef Spring in your heart. An Unusual Opportunity! SAVINGS Silver Thimble Club to Meet. The Silver Thimble Ciub will meet with Mrs. B. H. WilUrd, 5-50 South Ninth street, Wednesday afternoon. Quads' Mother Sees Them For Firsf Time It. M'. T. Club Tuesday. The R. M. T. Club will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Bertha Sovurns nt Dlckers6n Run. With Mrs. Patterson. The B. B. B. Club will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. H. Patterson ol Vine street, South Conncllsvllle. Will Entertain Club. Mrs, Tlay Fosbrink will entertain the J. B. I. Club Thursdny es'erting at her home on the nockrldge road, Snydertown. Wife Preservers it you spill hot frreiso, harden Rslortee with a cloth soaked with colfl Wiler, Ihm ·Mrrapt aft all you can .with dull kniff. Rob the spot next witn a hoi uel cloth generously wrinkled with Mda. GALVESTON, Tox. Feb. 13.--For llic first time since they wore born. February 1, Mrs. W. E. Badgelt will sec her quadruplet gii Is today. Mrs. Bndgett's condition had been so tveakened thnt she had been confined to her hospital bed. But Dr. W. J. Jlnkins decided that she was well enough to be rolled into the nusory in a wheel chair to see the babies--Gernldine, Jennette, Joyce and Joan. Dr. Jir.kins sale! that the mother and babies were progressing well. The babies are gaining weight rapidly, but the physician asked young Galveston mothers lo provide milk for tnem. Junior Culture Club's Musical Comedy "STEP THIS WAY" Thursday, Feb. 18fh HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM HcncBt Eye Fund Atlmlbsion 50c Reserved seats lOc extra. On Sole at Cannellavllle Drug Co., Hth. 15th NOW AT l /2 Price And Less! For Spring Outfits! 10T1 formerly $1.95, Choice, yd LOT 2 formerly $2.95, Choice, yd LOT 3 formerly $3.50, Choice, yd. $ 1.39 1.69 Plain Weaves Checks for Coats, Suits, Skirts These woolens at their unusually low price will inspire you to plan a smarter Spring ·wardrobe! Come, in and see them--you'll find a large array of weaves and colors. .Tust for a limited time! VSK OUR HOLLYWOOD AND lle'CALL PATTERNS For better steep, get in on this February SALE of BEDDING Special Purchase "Ritz ' Bed Pillows 50% 50% Goose Down Goose Feathers Formerly were $6.95 pr. SALE So Simple...Yet So Complex! A. FOREMAN BEAUTY SHOP Perrnarierifs $1.00 Machinelrss Pcrmanc'nts S2.00 Shampoo and Finger Wave. Bolh for 35c. Plione 2038-M. rpEW THINGS are simpler than making a JT telephone call. Yet ieW things are irtorft complex than making that call possible. 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