The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1930 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 19, 1930
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1'AGK TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKLLSVI ^LB, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1930. ospital Auxiliary Clears $47 From Benefit Valentine Tea V coinpk'to repoi t of tho benctlt Valentine tea xiv^n Thursday, Kebni- u; · ir, by the Woi ton's Auxiliary to th'» CJorniollsvillo State Ho»plt\l was sni omitted by Mi«*. !·«! S. Opperman, Roaernl chairman if the ways and nn-ans committee, at tite monthly meeting of the Aiuillary Tuesday af- te-noon In tiie Worxan's Culture Club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library, Mrs. Meyer Aaron, president, was IB eharg*. The tea, arranged by the ways and means committee composed of Mrs. Onpermnn, Mrs. ,(. Donald Porter, iMrs. Paul T. Karaerer, Mrs. R. T. Sul- 11 'an and Mrs. C. C. Carson, ST., was finite a, Bucce-ss an 1 proved to be one ol tho delightful social events ot tho °ttt30n. A total of £62.12 was realised. The oiVy expense to bo deducted from this amount was $15 rental for the Woman's Culture Club rooms, where the tea was held. A balance of $47.12 was turned over to the auxiliary treasury. A vote ot thanks was ex- tfrtd6d to Mrs. Opporman awl her committee, also to the local and out- of-town talent cm,tribntlng toward tto program. The auxiliary Is also very grateful to those who donated toward the refreshments or In any ether way cooper Hod in making the benefit tho great »ucc«ss that it was, Mrs, H. George May reported that v bronze table. tniTchaaed by the Hoard of Trustees of tie Hospital had been placed In the- reception hill I ol th« Institution in honor of tie Wom- on's Auxiliary. Hhe gave a description ol th« table.. Mre. Joseph H. Jttrawn ol Oawsor and Mra. May were ippointod a comniittoa. by Mrs. Aaroa to confer with. Ui trustees In regards 10 the tablet. Mra. Aaron appointed a cooimtttee composed of Mrs. Johjn B. Davis, Chairman; Mrs, Don C. Fojselman iijt) Mra, Louis C-lotzel to re'rise the by-laws and cont titution. The report of tie treasurer, Mrs. Sarah Goibord, given by Mrs. H. C. Hoffman, flnancinl secretary, showed a balance of $71.!»2 on checking. Mr«i. Davis gafe a report oi her visit to the Hospital oa last Saturday afternoon, at which. Hmo there were forty patients at the institution. The next meeting will be bold Tue«- rfay afternoon, JVfarch IS. A2VMVE RSAJCY »F BOLOIWSS KING OBSJBBVEB Dolores King, granddaughter of Mr. an Mr«. D. Q. Wa^nor of South. Plttti- burg street, w«is hostese yeateray afternoon at a birt lay party given In observance of her ninth anniversary. There wre twwty-five little guestt. The aftemoon was spent at games. I»rUeis were won by Betty Jane Jordan ·oE Race street a a Pauline Skaleski of Hill Btreet. Lunch was servo at Gt.iO o'clock by Mrs. Wagner, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Mildred Hartman, and Miss Maiel Stewart. Dolores was presented with, raanj; o.seful gifts. JCRS. LILLIAy COLE HOSTESS TO C. G. CLFB Th« regular meeting of tho O. G. Oliib was held 3aat night In the home of ll*rs. JLilllan C/ole, South Connella- ville. After tbf business meeting the owning waa spent at fan«ywork and playing caria. At a late hour a de- Uoionci spafthjet'i aupi\er was served by tho hostess The next rogtUar meeting will be held Tuesday evening, March 4, Lu the -home of Mrs, Caroline Frtebd, Sooth ConnelteviUe. ^_ ^ | GORISTJAW (TtTLTtrRB CLASS WILL PLAN FOB BAJSQIHST The CbrtstiaJi Culturo Class of the Flnrt United Pioebyterian Church -will meet iYiday nl ,'ht In tbe hom« of. M.ra. H. M, Chorpennlng in Race atreet. A silver ottering will lie taken for the memorial tor the late Kev. W. J, Bver- hari, a formei pastor of th« tocal church. Plant will be mad« for the annual banquet Officers for th« ensuing year will also be elected. A good aUoadanoi is dosirexi. 3f. I. X. A. AJ303JLSJnr WTUL GIVE CAR1 PARTY 1'Jje fUri» Aiuciliary of the N. K. U A ot tho So ithoTn Division. o£ tho \V«!,f. Penn, ^rtll give a card party TiMsfcrtay nigh , Fabruary 25, in the Klwanis Club rooms at the Craftgle Froe Ldbrary. Bridge, five hundred and flinch will be played. MBS. TfOinVCJ HOSTESS TO KING'S DAUGHTERS CIBCLE Tho King's Jaughtora CSrcle o-f Trimly Lutheran Church met last 'night at tbo home (rf Mrs. A, W. X°»ns o* Uace (itreet. About twenty-Jive mem- bars were present. A boolal hour was held. Rofrcs^ments were served by Mrs. Youn«, -Mrs. Kdward Baer, Mrs. H G. Zimmerman and Mrs. Jacob Bengel j JUNIOR CULTURK CLT B ST.SSIOS !· tATURLB BY l-'lf « I'UOGttA.M Mist, Molllo Bair, ico-prcsidenl. prcbidrd at the isonn-m nthE T r moetinK of tho Junior Culture C lub last nii^ht in the club room? at tho Carnegie Free Library. Tho pn gram was in charge of Miss Molda Croylc. Mr, Sarah FenslerTOA^uev rendered two vocal solos, "A Brown Bird StnghiK," by Wood, and "The Sv {ote*it Flower That Grows." Several llano nitmibcTn were contnbuted by HS.B Kathleen Trt-vitt. Comments on lassical mush wre rouil by Mrs ! 'enstcrmacbei. Development la tMs «le islral art were shown, oach period of lime producing some musical icactio i which still lives. A paper, "The V /olutiou ot the Grand Piano," was read by Miss Molda Croyle. A short buhinoss in etinjr followed Uio program. Tho rep. rts trf the secretary and troasuror w-exe read by Miss Virginia Tullej. The naxt meeting will be hold T«esd y ni^ht, March 4, in the club rooms, at whioh time "The Ideal Club" will be discussed. OUR LAJ»Y OF MOUJf ' CAJOTBI/ SOBALITY GiVES BENEF A five hundred card tad biugo party -was held last nlgftt it the St. Rita social hall on West S de under the auspices of Our Lady t Mount Cartnel Sodality. There wcie !0 tables of five hundred in pUvy whil forty persons participated in bingo. The door prize wa« won by Mrs. 'moent Flynn. Josoph Carlngalo wo i fliwt prizo at five hundred, Othore winning prizes were Hannah Rottlei Mna. John J. Patrick, Jr., Mrs. Fr- d Hoher, Mre. Rlordan, Jamee SmaJ I, Sue Kmetz, Ixniise Rnlll, James Delllgatfl, J. Declementi, Charles O'Donnell and Thomas "Weleh. Tho next party will be held on March : . Lunch was served following tho g imea. . QUAT P. ENTERTAINS Y T. B. HL CLUB Mrs. Quay P. Her vick entertained the W. T. B. M. Club last night at her hom« la honor of uer bister, Mrs, Ruth McCoy who wlU leave Friday for St. Louis to reside, h r husband, H. C, McCoy, having secu ed employment there several month* ago. Two tables oC bridge wore calle I into play after which lanoheon "wa served by the hostess. Mrs. Wllli un ! looker hi^h prize and Mri. 'Vi'ilUam Sepp low. Mra. McCoy was g ven the guest priz-o. Mrs. "Walter Illchey of G-reens- burg was au out of t wn f;uest OFFICERS AND TF VCHERS 1YIL1 MEET TOMGHT '"ho offl-cere and · eachrs of the Mcthodiat Prote«tan1 Sunday School will ment tonight alter the regular prayer service. Matt ra of Importaace, it ie announced, will be transacted and all offlcere and teacl erg are j'equested to attend, Forward Ch Mrs. Ray BUenbf at- tbo regular moat' Forward Class of Methodist Kpiscopal at hor home in Morr wood. A social me business session. ' attendance. as Meets. njer was hostesH ily meeting oi tho the Greenwood Church last night 11 avenue, Oreen- ting followed the 'here ·was a good College Club Will Meet, The College Club will meet Sat tit- day afternoon at he home ot Mrs. Ralph Beatty of B( Imont Circle, Un- ioutown. Mrs. Mi rgarot McKinley, head o£ the Corrola Ion Department of Home's store, Pitts uurg, will be present. Sho will spea 1 on the subject of tho latest fashions, textUo-s and color comixlnatlons. Confereneo of The third annua Jaulor Clubs of S sylvanla will be hi noon, April 12, at Women's Clubs, 1 Maurice Snyder, B the juniors, will b Junior Clubs. conference of the uthwestern Penn- Id Saturday after- the CongresH of tttB'burg. Mrs, R. ate chaimian of one of the s-peak- M. E. C. FajicjTVork Club. The M. E. C. F: ncywork Club -nan entertained last ni^ht ctt the homo ot Mrs. Earl Durbin o WUte street, Soutli Connelltfville. Se\ en members am, three guestfl aitei Jed tho moetln/,. After tho basinet* session, lunch was served. Tho next meeting will' be at tho home or Mrs. William Grievea of Pitteburg street. Derttfsts Doet Tonight. The Fayetto Co mty Dental Society- will meet tonight at the Unlomown Country Club, at A hich time a six-reel moving picture flim will be Hhown Arrangemonte win be ratule for Uie Oral Hygiene "We k on April 7, all over the country. Help Your Kidneys Deal Promptly witl Kidney Irregularities. F bothered wtlli const int backache; irntuuoua and .jetting up at night, help your kidneys with Doan'3 Pill* Used for more u4an 40 years. I'nrJoiscti the wot i over. Sold by ctaU«*ra everyw i«rv. A Stimulant Diuretic o the Kidneys Don't Go to Extremes To End Constipation When bad *hro*lh, 01 a eoafort tong-uo, bUlcusn?HH or headache* n a n i ol fon.-)tipit on, don't fulcr violin! p m - ^ritivos Tlxre'.s no use wht-n a ( a n d \ Lascdrot w 11 slop the trouble in » jilfv; will clctinho your system iilea 1 - tntly, and tompleto'ly. Tho rollei you get so promptly from Gastweta Is lasting. Caacaroln arc mado from ^aacara, a surbHtawo -which medical authorities asjreo acjfuallj' strengthens the bowel nuihrles. So Casrarets are a blessing I D old to tl with weakened bowels; to chil- dicn; to aryone in nool of «fctfiblibh- ing v regular bowel ha-btts Ton centb a box--all drug stores.--Ad-vrtlsrnient. MUSICAL* SUNDAY WIGHT AT METH013IST EPISCOPAL OHUK/CH A dellgh.ful muelcale will be Rivon Sunday evening at the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The public Is invited to attend and h«ar the exceptionally fine program, which IB telng arranged. It ie as follows: Organ -vhintiiry, Mrs, Ii. G. Hoover; hymn, vlo in solo, Kvorettc Thomae ; piano solo, Mre. Paaquule Oigliottl; Ircyor, soprano solo, Miss Mary Hera- ratttger; trio, organ, piano and violin; baritone solo, Ralph Sherriefc: Skirip- ture hawoti, offertory, organ and piano, Mrs. Hoover and Mtes Virginia Graham; aolfsctlon, Methodist Episcopal male quartet; anthom, "Ttw* nwl the ," choir; vocal duef, Laroy G. ard 0. Herbert Elite; imthem, "Festival To Benin;" hymn, benediction and Ellent moment. ST. C. D. CLASS HOLBS TNTEKESTrNG MEETING An cxcaptianally interesting meeting ot tho N. G. D. Claaa of the First, Methodist Episcopal Church was hold' last n!s;h.t «it the home of Rev. Dr. and Mrs. D, Jl. Graham, South Pittshurff stre-et. The attendance was unusually largo. Baring the business mooting; th« class planned to serve dinnai to the. Kiwante and Rotary Club on Thurs, day, February 26. It was also decided to give ·. coir«red-dteh Itmchoon for members oa March 18. Mrf, C. K. DeMuth arranged entertainment fta the venlng:. It consisted of ti\o vocal holos, "The Desert Sons" and "When We OOTOO to the End ox the Day," by Wllda Morrison and a ieaimK by Lois Marottl of Yanderbllt. Daiinj refreshments w-sr served, at the clobs of tiie meeting, A. X. W. CMTB MEETS WITH MRS, M. A. LARGER Mrs. M. A. L*rg«nt mis hostess at a delightful m«etlng ol the A. K. W Club lait night at hor home in East Orawforl avenu«. Four tables wore arranged for bridge, three for members and one for guests. Tho club prize Tf-in awarded to Mrg. Nelson Hartnan and the draw sprite, to Mrs O. R. Horwick. The guest pm* w,=us recoivec' by Mrs, Howard Stuckemau. The games were supplemented by a dainty unch, in which the appointments ?w* in keeping 'frith. Washington's Birthday. Th« next mooting will be held in the home of Mrs. Frank Cox, Ji)ast Crawford avenue. LIVE WIRES WILL ENTKRTALN JffJB HBJillS OF MINSTftEL CAST The Uve Wire Class will p-ntortalu the members of the caat of the recent Litre Wire minstrel at the summer home o' S. B. Dull, along the Springfield plLe, tomorrow -evening Members will imet at th-e horn© o£ P.uil Wetherell Ir North Pltteburg atrett from which they will be conveyed in automobiles to the place. An. evening of entertainment has bewj planned, with lunch. The class has boon invited, to put on the shovr at Greensburg, This will !e discussed arid decided at the gathering tomorrow S' BIBLK CLASS WILL atYE COTERliD-BlSH SDPPER The ladles' Biblo Class of Trinity Luthena Church will moot Thursday night ut the churcli. A covered-dish du^por will be served at C:30 o'clock In the joeial room o-C the ciiurcili, after ·which the regular basinets session will bo held. Members aro aaked to attend and bring their guests. Licensed at GrewnBbarfr. And -ew M. Povirk and Stoffle Zorko, both f'£ West Newton, weie licensed to -weU at Greens'bua'g. Licensed In Dniontowii. Har^y Parfltt of Mount Pleasant and Josephine Kimeciak of South Bverson were Jlceiused to wed iu HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS If j o u r akin IB yellow--complexion pallid---tongue coated--appctito poor --you have tt barf taate in your mouth --a liizy, no-sood feeling--you ahouKl t r y . O v i v o Tablets. Dr. .Edwards Ollvo Ta.b)eta--a sul- stituts' for c«U»mel--wero prepared by Dr i dwarrts after 20 ycara of study. nib d Tablets ai c a purely vase- table CiOmpouttd. Know ttie*n by thair pllve rolor. To have a clear, pink sfcln, brigtit eyea, no pimples, a. feeling 1 of .buoyancy like childhood days, you njuat get at tbo cause, ' Dr. Biwarda Olive Tabletu act on the 1 ver and bowols like calomel--yet have no dangerous a/tci- rftects Thuy start tha bile a.nd help over- tomq constipation. Take nightly aud note tho pleasing results. Millions ot boxei, aold yaarly. 16«, 30c, 60c.---Ad- vertisement. ILLNESS B ^^^^ | ggppgglKH*'® 91 '- *-»'»---- «·* THRQM Give your tfyroat the comfort of a throat-easy cigarette impurities.., The roughness disappears when (they are blended to It takes three years tobaccos that make smoother cigarette. scratch begins to BETTER T O 8 A C C full rims to meliov the irritation goes completely freed ' ' N O T A C O U G H I N A C A R L O A D ' * On your Ha4i»... OLD C )U-*1»AGL WHTratAN HOUR. Paul Whiteman, wiUt hi* couplet* *icb««tt» ... er irr Tuetday, 9 to 10 P. M.. Etttexa Staadlttd Tim* to prepare the OLD GOLD a . . The throat- eave when its )S are allowed and ripen . . . when they are from dust and pears wen ( t e y are ene to honey-smoothness, with no artificial treatment added . . . Three years to make your throat say "O. K." and y9ur taste say "100%" . . . JBut y9ur taste say . . . ut it's worth it to OLD GOLD, and to you. NEW ST. VINCENT ARCHABBOT TO Bl NMEDBY.^UNE GREKNSBUTiG, Feb. 19 --Tb blow oi Archabbot Aurellus Stohle't death is keenly felt at St Viac;nt a vd out of respect to hiti t h a r j will be no Immediate clectlca of A buef« son it has been announced. No date ha ix-en aof for t h : election, but the btstutes oi the Benedictine Order require th it ai arch- abbot bo named within three i ionth«. At Arehablxit Aur'lins i tefale's vacant place'at ttve table In tb · Coni- munity Refectory at St. \i»' ent at dinner* last nigh', a cruet fix a id two lighted candles javo rnuto, t« ttmony that he had departed. His r ace ai the table will remain vacant for a month except for the erot i and candle. The meal inumdcd OT him ·will be given to the poor. Thit. arranRemnt is cu toms-ry when a member ot |.re Ben 'dlctine community dies. At Wie, prfts* at time there are four vacant placet m tho monastery rectory, ono for tb s Arch- abbot and the olhers for thra who di«d.daring the p*.st thre- For a month Kt every (jwni ig a prayor is said for each dece -wxl for that month O'hia ia follow d by a prayer for all die-cased con£y ees and tor all faithful iepart4. Every priest of tin St. Vtac*nt community Avlll otter six me uses for the deceased Archabbot am every priest of tho American Cassin .se Congregation ot the Benedictine )rder IB the 14 abbeys in the United St utea will olfer three massier, for the Ai ihabbot Every cleric wiy nffei tJire« fllces of tJie cl-f-ad a»d ·erory !ay bio lor will offer three rosurlep for him Shortly aftri noon yester ay tho remains of tho Bopedlctin Arch- abobt Auroliun Stohln, were interred in that section of the ir onaatery cemetery re-riirveit Cor arohi bbota of the order. Thus came (o a losa one of the most Impressive and 4aborate funeral ceremonials twr en xxted for a Benedictine prelate NURSES^LASS ENTER'S TRAI1V ING AT MT. PI.EAJ ANT Blue and Gold Uniforms Chosen South Conuellsvillo Volunteer Fire Department last oveidng selected the col ·· and atylo of tht- uniforms which will be secured by tfee members. T ) e uniforms will be blue, with gold braid. All of tira buttons will be in gold. Plans were completed tor the 'iext card party to be held on Friday oven- lug, February 28 Tills will lt hold ut Sayder's storeroom. Tlio scries prte s will be given in achli'iou '· the regi lar awards Use (Jhvs»iikl Ads. lja auintlv JSoXtanr MOTJNT tUBAf!Arrr, Fob. terday the spriag cl^K^ ol nu Into training at the Memo pltal. In tho dais are Miss Kelly of MadiijOU, .Vfiss C Kversoa and Misses Clara I Margaret Palmer of Soottd. Mary Connor is supwviaor and has chargo of tha traini The new nurscf,' home tc of the hospital/IB rapidly completion. Ii is, no-jv havin and the windows and com put in. !).--Yes- s«« went Sal HOB- Flofence mrad ot dish and Je. Miss f nursea g sthool. the rw nearing ; Iho root ·eto floor MMMW L IECHE ·" J 1 TADRICS In Our February White Sale C LEVKR women seeking to express fheir personalities in the lovely Spring styles, flwl evpryfhiug in the ^ fabrics at Leche'a. Below are several of tho npw fabrics «t prices that jiK'an groat MXH)omy In the new wardrobe. Beautiful cotton, prints in neat patteriis and large floral designs. 32 and 36 inches wide. Included are the lovely Colleen prlnto at 38c tbo yai'd. !8c 21c 38c CoraocUyne and Patrfclan prints with a lasting silk-flniah luatro. Use these liandsonwj prints for street and afternoon frocks, 36 laches wide. 50c t Sure Reliief EL BET 6 BEI L-ANS Hot \ 'ater Sure telief 'ELL-AIIS FOR INDI'SES ION 25* and 75* Pk.'iold Eve ywhare We Oive 'SS. H." Discount Stumps Satisfaction or Your Money Refunded. VMWWVWWJWMWWVI Two ^xee-ptiontU rayon fabrics . . Val-U-RnV l\ne CYest Traits and Rayou Cropo Chai- niainc. 16 inches wide. Rega- l.trly priced at S5c and ?1.00. Large assortment of cotont 69 89c MWMIIAAAIIMIIWIWWWVWVWWM Husband and Wife Duel To Death With Pistols In Street of Chicago By ®-- (JHIOAGO, Fob. I'K --I'eter ami Mary 1 tough! out their matitil UMJtiblea with pistols today on q, noar North vSilo fllief}i« Mis. Koneuty, 27, wa« Killwl in the dud and Kosenty, 37, «MH Uikeii 10 a lio»pUal neai death w l f l i .·' luiilel under In? heai t Separate! several moiuli- becuuso \lib Kosenty bak! be wouUln't woik, t h e v met a^ *bp w e n t to work. Both roaulHtl for theii pifatols on sight and they .fired the first round almost eimul- Uuwously. Their ha«-ty aiui on the iirst s h u t wa« bad .nwl bo(l) lufngod Mrs. KosK'-nty watj quicker anl moi o acuuuitw on HKJ spconu Khot. Her bullet htrtK'li Kosenty UIK er the hMirt, A,s li3 iell 1m ftrctl the jjeioiid ti«»e. Mrs, fall to the ai ewalk !oal, his bullet piercing hw heai t In .L I . . .I i i .1. REVIVAL UNDER WAY AT EVERSON CHURCH sprviree wei 1 * begun yundav evening at the Tflver»on United Biothren Church ami will coutinuo for tinoo weeks. A large choru^ choir, led li Hev (; 10 Hou.volioUler. the pas(01, Riugfc every evening;. The Sunday School Oiclu'ulru will pUj Sunday, Tuesday uiul Thuisday of e-.vch week Rev. Paul Mwkev oi! Puillinttbnrg ar- mtHl on Tuwday and %vill preat'h each evening Tom Filer, blind biugor from AJtoonu, will IH preecut the la,'5l week oi llio campaign Looking loy B Read the advertise -jeiJts Daily Conrtar, Classified newuOta AdT*rtl»ejH«Btg plaool ta tb*

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