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Tuesday, February 1, 1938
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'PAGE-TWO A ;.~ THB DAH.Y-. COURIER;. TUESDAY,- Uniontown Musicians Give Exchange Program. Before Junior Mozart Club Judge Thomas H. Hudson Speaks. .Before Woman's Culture Club Tor Us annual civic and legislatives meeting Monday afternoon; the Woman's Culture Club had as · its guest speaker Judge Thomas H.'Hud-" son of " yhionto\vn. 'Presented by Mrs. John B. Davis, chairman^ of the tivic 'and- legislative committee' and leader of the program, Judge Hudson gave 'an interesting arid' enlightening' talk on "Juvenile Delinquency." -'He read, some 'of. the Acts of Assembly governing the laws of juvenile :' delinquency -and told of many of. the problems .that confront thc..Fayette county courts .in dealing .with ju^- vcnile^ofrenders. Many of these offenders _ came .from. .where training was the sur-. rounding?, not.what.theyshpuld he;, the speaker's talk .revealed. ; Judge Hudson believes .that if every, .boy and girl had a good home and would become affiliated with Boy and .Girl Scout 'activities there would be-no juvenile delinquency "or. criminals.' ,' '.' During the "year of 1937,' 250 .boys and girls were brought before the county courts, charged with various offenses.'- Of this number.. 40 boys and I5"girls- Were, sent to corrective. institutions." "Others'" were" "found* homes in · different parts -of -the- coun- ' "" Dr..W. S. Ashe to.Wed . - · New Kensington Girl Mr.' a'nd' Mrs^ Clyde' Klingcnsmith of 'Freeport r'da'd, 'New"Kensington, announce 'the'"enga'gcmc'rit of'their daughter, Miss . Mary Catherine KliriECiismith, to Dr. \Villiam 'Shannon Ashe, son of Mr'.' aha" Mrs. Stanley" 'K"" Ashe 'of . Ri verviow ' avenue, Pittsburgh! formerly of 'Corihellsvillc. The wedding"'will be an event of the'hear future. " ." ty. statisticsfshow-"" inj what it costs" th'o'- comity to', k'ccp thcsa^cJrenac"rs-iQ-tTlQ-4iffCJCriCug slliutiorisT" to wfirch""they'"afe""Ee'ri ; tenceB. -- ^'.... .-', Mrs. S. T.JBo'nfdrd arranged a. do"; lighflul-musical~prog'ram--anii" introduced the" guest 'pcrfo'rmcrsT "Paul Hefflcy, youthful "soloist, sang.."Trjf Singmg : -a -Song," and was -'warmly- appleudcd. t He. was 'accbmprinicdjbj^ ' ' ' " " '" . t . the . niaho-ljy'-'-m's"" sVicr-i ^ Hcff ley. - Two - marimba solos, ^.'Nc pollian Nights" and -/'The' End "of a" Pcrf ecf-'Day," were! played beautifully" by Miss Florence Wilkcy.. Mrs; J. S/*Brpwnlce was at the piano. A ^business", scssipn '- prefaced '·· the" program"." Mrs.-'Hcnfy'^VrMcHdbbieV prcsfden^ was in charge.- Four'iiew members^ . -Mrs."-- Ira. . Jaynes,--'Miss' Myrtle" Coughenpur, Mrs. C. M. Stone and Mrs. S. K. Huey, ; w'ere" "uriani- . moiisly voted into the club. Mrs. H. C. Barrow, chairman of. the annual Christmas seal sale, an-. nounced that .the -fund, had been in-: crcase"d "since" the · last meeting"'from" $601.^1 to $010.94. ~ '. Mrs. John M. Young gave the first , reading of the revisions to the bylaws~and constitution, :Theso changes are 'feeing made sp-as "to conform' with thfr'lby-laws and ' constitution of the Stafo" Federation . of Pennsylvania Women. Others serving on the committee with Mrs. Young were Mrs. . McSpbbie and Mrs. B. H. Willard. Held atjhe club room- at the Car- nepre Free" Library, the meeting was ·welT-attendcd. - - - ' Mrs. "Fred 'Oppcrman will give book; reviews at the next meeting to be ;}ield Monday afternoon, February 14. jf Mrs".- Carl 'T. Anstine will ar- range a. musical .program. PENEF.IT; PROGRAM FOR ; CHARLE3...SM1TII.W1LL BE . : GIVEN THURSDAY NIGHT. -- For-the- benefit-of.-Charles-Smith, a patient at- the ConneUsville Stato Hpspital-for the last-fifteen months, the Intermediate -Christian-Endeavor Society of..the-First Methodist Protestant. Church will -sponsor- a bo-given Thursday-night of; this: week- at ;the · First- - Methodist Protestant Church. " .'The program is made up of .selections to be offered by .Charles'High School friends,'assisted by "Carl T. Anstihe,'supervisor' of music at the High School.^Thc.posters"were made by .other friends, Sherwood Brown- Ice, Charles Fikc, James Boslcy.and Kenneth" Jones. The picture oh the posters, was, taken by Marlin .Hartman.,/ f ' ,,..-...; ' . . . ^ :jjfo_ndmiss.icn. will, bo^chai-ged ^fpr- the.bencflt but. .a silver offering will be taken, the proceeds, used .to.-. Ward .an .art course which .Charles'/is. dcsirous"of'takirlg.''-" :Thc program-is:--MuslcrMcthod- ist Protestant. Orchestra;; under, the direction of Frank Boyd.Y/.v.. ·Vocal solo,. Betty. Lea Dixon, accompanied by. Carl.T.: Anstme. Piano solo, Edward McGill. Tuba solo,..Carl T. Anstine, Jr. . ! Heading,.Jean Sullivan. ~: ... .. . · Brass quartet, .John. Craft, Car] Anstinc, Jr., Arlic Mahsberger .and John Jackson. "Vbc"aT\rT6rDbr'6lriy "Witt; Elsley" Witt and Ralph Witt, v -^ :- ~^Xyloph"6rie solo t Florence - Wilkcy." ".Vocal selection, of the About twenty-four members of the I Junior .Music Club of Uniontown' presented an exchange program at a delightful meeting of the Junior Mozart Music Club, held Monday I night at the home of the president, Miss Sylvia Schmidle in Snydcr street. The attendance was exceptionally large, sixty-eight members of both organiaztions being present. ' /The meeting was opened by the local president, Miss Schmidle, who conducted the Pennsylvania Juniors' song nnd the pledge. The welcome to Uniontown and introduction of guests were given by Mrs. Carl T. Anstinc, local counselor. Guests included' Mrs. Isaac Jackson and Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Uniontown counselors and Mrs. W. O. Adrian, directress of the'choral.' Introduction ot officers of the Uniontown and ConneUsville"clubs followed:- They are-,"'" Uniontown--President, Adeline Jackson; vice-president, ' Irene Hook; treasurer," Doris Nixon; secretary., Dorothy Hackney; 'Cpnnclls- .yille--Prcsidcntr 'Miss Schmidle; vice-president, Martin Strawn; secretary, Betty Lee Dixon; treasurer, Marjqrie Atkinson. The program, read, by Dorothy Hackney, was as follows: " . . ' . . Choral, "Ah Sweet Mystery of Lite," Herbert, . Piano solo, "To the Rising Sun," Torjusscn, Lindscy Howard, Jr. -'.Vocal'solo, "The Kiss Waltz," Arditi, Dorothy Gorio. - ·· Piano-solo, "Prelude in A Minor," Dcbussey, Sue ilcss. ·Reading, "Little, Jim," Adeline Jackson. Vocal solo, "One Fine Day," Puccini. Mabel .DeilcnbauRh.. Violin, solos,. "Gravotte," Cramer, Zog's Bride? BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBTTTEN F.OB CENTRAL PRESS By Shepard B a r c l a y The Authority on AuUiorltle*" RECITAL IS GIVEN ... ..AT COMMUNITY CENTER Before an appreciative audience, a piano recital was given Thursday night by the pupils of Miss Louise Gold-*inlth ot the Leisenring No. 3 Community Center. The program ·was;,' "America," Marian Bloom "Evening Reverie" -and "Smile Waltz," Betty Grubbs, ' ' "jay Very First Waltz," Mary Jane 'Alissc. -. :: ' :.:;-.; -.... - · - · · · Duet, "Twilight Song," Miss Gold- smitH and Mary :Jone Alisse. '!Tbo One Rose" and "Hey Diddle Diddle^--the Cjrtr.and the Fiddle," Marjoric Kane. 'Kontra-Tanze," Beethoven, Miss Goldsmith.'.". ~. ~ 1. " Duet, '"No-Surrender rMarch," ;MtsT. W.tJT. WilUams"of Dtinbar'and-Miss Goldsmith. ., "Sing, Robin, Sing 1 ' and "Maypole Daac'e,". Catherine Miller. ~ 'iMarch of the Sages,", Jimmy Alissc. · 'VATLimo-Waltz" and "Teddy Bear Dance,"'Marion Bloom, "·· Duct,'' f'Shades "of "· the" Evening GaTOer-Round-Uc," Miss Goldsmith andTEdwina ScKmidtke.--.- -· - -_^-First movement to the Bcclhoven Strnafa 5, Mrs. W. H. Williams. ·kSiosts in the Chimney" and "Bell Song;'.' Victoria Walchcsky. . - ·;MprnirigJStar Waltz" and;'.'At "the Circus March," Beatrice Ogclthorpe. "filpr Spangled Banner," sung in unijon. Alter the program a social hour was-enjoved. Miss Ella* Mae Web- stcriz superintendent of * the..Cont- .muijily Center, assisted by .the recital · girlie-served a 'dainty lunch. -;. '-T liberty IVoman-74. : -' ·' Mrs. Ella McManus of Liberty, quiofly celebrated her seventy-fourth blrflTday Monday evening at the homo : of her son-in-law and daugh- ter,'rir. 'and Mrs. K. B. Clifton, of Worrell avenue, Greenwood. Connellsville^High ^School..; -Rca,ding,; Jeani Goei' f,~- ;"; ,;;; ..-Vocal- trior.-Mary^Janc, -Margery: and Rebecca Herd. -- ' ' · ' · ' · Violin duet, Betty Jordan and Charles Robinson; _;:;: ; '·.',,; ~: Dru'msolo, Robert JDahl.' · · - · · Music, Methodist Protestant Orchestra. · · . ". ~ : Vocal duet, Dorothy and Jean Os- tcrwise. Music, Methodist Protestant Orchestra. Charles, who was · injured while playing football, has been very cheerful and courageous during his long .confinement to the Hospital. He has a talent for art and has done some work along this line with material brought to him by his friends. He has expressed a wish that he might take an art course, but thought it would not be possible because of the expense. All those interested in helping Charles to realize his wish are invited to attend the benefit. ' . and "Melody in F." Rubenstein, Morgan McDonald . Piano duo, "Hungary," Mowskow- ski, .Doris.Nixon and Margaret Jane Greaves. · .Choral, '"The Bells.of St. Mary's," Adams. A most- enjoyable and Informal social - hour- .supplemented the program. A -buffet luncheon was served in the 1 dining-room by the social ·committee composed of Bcvor- ly Slrawn, chairman, Betty Lee Dixon, Jane Dunkle, Jean Goc, Roselyn RiilU, Norma Elpcrri, -Gloria Corrado, Rosem'ary Hopkins, Marjotie-l Atkinson,; Frank VanNorman, Martha Strawn, Carl T. Anstinc, Jr., Helen. Schmidle and'.John Jackson. The committee was nssistd by Mrs. J. G. Schmidle, mother of the host- css.'nnd'Mrs. J.'D. Jackson. Decorations .were carried out in red nnd white, symbolic of Valentine Day. The next regular meeting of tho local club will, be held Friday night, March 4,~a't the home of Frank VanNorman in Highland avenue. Martha Andrus. The honor received many beautiful gifts. 3IARY K. SHALLEMJERGER- . WEDS JAMES R. GOUCHER Mr.-o'nd Mrs. A. K. Shalle'nberger of Vanderbilt announce the marriage of their;daughter Miss Mary Kathryn Shallenbcrger jnnd James -Robert Goucher,r,son.of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Goucher o£ this city.; Tho ceremony took- place Wednesday, January · 19, at- Curnberland, Md. Rev. A. K. Flora 'officiated. The brido was graduated from ·Ejjrjbar ~ LOIS SHADDOCK HONORED - - ON HER NINTH BIRTHDAY A delightful birthday party was held Saturday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Shaddock of North Jefferson street in honor of the ninth anniversary of their, daughter, Lois Tho cveninR was spent at games dancing and singing. Margie Shaddock, sister of Lois, and Bcrnadine Hornik played guitar solos. Prizes were won by Betty Stillwagon and gucs Later in the evening a dainty lunch was served by the honorcc's mother, assisted by her aunts, Mrs. Frank Gaidusck and Misses Pauline, Elizabeth and Helen Maceyko. The center of.the table was decorated with a beautiful birthday cake adorned with pink and blue candles which were lighted while the group sang "Happy Birthday." Guests were: Theres; Mac Gaidusck. Agnes Martin, Mar tha and-Cecelia Lucas, Dolores am Antoinette Tkas, Eleanor Micklus Dorothy Ambrisko, Julia Hcrchko Mildred Bizilla, Susan and Geneviev Ganofsky, Genevicve and Carmell Hudock, Agnes Palovchalk, Marth Andrus, Frances Shafsky, Paulin Ruby, Anna Mac Guzi, Bernadin Hornik, Ernestine 'Ambrisko am Betty Stillwagon. If religious differences can be overcome. King Zog, of Albania, will marry Countess Gcraldino Apponyi (above), 22-year-old daughter of the former Gladys Virginia Stewart, ·of Now York, according to report* 'from Budapest.' Announcement of tha engagement of the pretty young,Countess to Zofr ia expected within a fortnight. '·· · · (Central Prat) TAKING SURE LOSERS IN PLAYING for a no trump garao it la almost invariably hotter, If you have other sulta safely ·topped, to take the sure losers »t the top of some suit tor the purpose of building lowor cards, than to try an early flnesso In another «ult. K your finesse fails, you may not then have enough rounds 'left to act up your winning trick in the other suit. * Q 7 5 VQ10 + K Q 1 0 1 ost to West's Q. A second apaac vas returned, which South won. The diamonds A and K w«ro cashed and a heart led. West won vith tha K and cashed two spades, setting the contract, as another heart trick was lost, As tho apado' suit furnished no great danger, South should havo immediately attempted to set up one heart trich. i This, together with two apatlo tricks, two diamonds and (our chiba, would havu given him game, without having to resort to a Oncasa in the diamond suit Tomorrow'* Problem 4 Q J 7 S 2 V A J 10 8 » J 0 8 · A K J J.O. C. Class Will · Give Banquet Feb. 11 The J. O. C. Class of the First VIcthodist Episcopal Church will lold a banquet Friday evening, 'ebruory 11, at 6 o'clock, at the hurch diningroom. "J. O. C. Sis- ers" will be revealed. A program n keeping with Valentine Day will presented at tho ladies' parlor of the church. All' those expecting to ittend arc to make reservations by Saturday with Mrs. Frank W. Jones, elephpnc 123-R, or Mrs. E. O. Brown, telephone 1422. (Dealer: East. Both sides vulnerable.) ' South opened the bidding on this deal, after a pass by East, with 1-No Trump, North bid 2-No Trump and South 3-No Trump. The spado 3 was the original load, which South won with tho J. I He then ran four rounds of clubs and fincsacd the diamond J, which + Q J10 6 6 2 + A K B 6 J ' * · » 4 A K 9 8 3 « 8 4 2 · 53 (Dealer: South. Both ildea vulnerable.) How should South play to make 1-Spades after the lead of the club Q? D. B. CLUB ENTERTAINED BY MISS HARRIET DUNN Miss Harriot Dunn^entortaincd the D. B. Club Monday night at her home In Sycamore street. i Three tables were called into play for contract bridge. High prize was awarded to Miss Helen Trcnberth and galloping, to Mrs. Earl Graham. Mrs. James Lewellen received the guest prize. Following the games the hostess served a dainty lunch. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Helen Trenberth at South Conncllsville. TROOP 2, GIRL SCOUTS TO MEET FEBRUARY II Troop 2, Girls Scouts of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Friday, February 11. The date was changed in account of a training school that s being conducted by Miss Jeanne Christy for Girl Scout captains, licu- enants, troop committee members, ocal council and others interested. All arc asked to bring bandages, thread and needles. A Valentino party and exchange of valentines wil be held. Any further Information may be obtained by con- Incting the captain, Miss Mary Elizabeth Vest, telephone 1952. HOSPITAL CLTJB TO MEET WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON The February meeting of the Hospital Club will bo held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock ot the Con- ncllsville State Hospital. BAPTIST PIIILATHEAS WILL SIEET THURSDAY The Philathea Class of th« First Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening nt the home of Miss Grace Montgomery, 215 West Faycttc street. Other members ot the committee are Mrs. Anna Jean Dull and Mrs. Marie Blnkcy. Will Meet Tonlcht. The Church Work Society of Trinity Reformed Church will,meet tonight at the home of Mrs. George H. Shumakcr, 418 South Eighth street. Mrs. C. A. Purbaugh, Mrs. C. George Shupc and Mrs. George Rudolph have arranged an interesting program. Use Our Classified Ada. They bring results. Cost i» small, Westmoreland G. 0. P. Plans Lincoln Dinne HARRSBURG, Feb. 1.--The West morcland County Republican · Com mittee has arranged for a Lincoln Day rally and banquet at the Peni Albert Hotel, Grcensburg, Februar 12, with U. S. Senator Frederick Steiwer of Oregon as princlpa speaker, the G. O. P. State head quarters announced today. Revival Interest Grows, Evangelical Church Pastor Says The revival meetings at the South Connellsvillc Evangelical Church are eing marked bfr growing interest and attendance. / Rev. W. S. Hurr, the pastor, spoke in "Back to th/; Broken -Down Al- . ars" at Monday night's service and as chosen "Will a Man Rob God?" or his sermon tonight. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Dean will sine at tonight's service. The pastor's theme on Wednesday \vi(l be "The Dying Flame." The president ol the Ever Faithlul 2)ass requests all members to meet and attend the church services in a body with the Willing Workers Class. "If you like old fashioned hymns and enjoy singing them, attend our services," an announcement by.'the [astor said. -- THE-LEE WINTER DANCE STUDIO · I'roseuts Their First Juvenile 'STEPPING STARS' . (TO 1 ConnclIsviHc Stars). ., BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES! 6 BEAUTIFUL SCENES! 'HIGH SCHOOL' AUDITOR! 031 Monday, February 7 Curtain 8:15 V. M. Admission 4 Or, Children 15c Information for New Students, Call Mr*. Nell Weisiffer, riionc 549. freA twice at much iea dinee chwtj4n$ to AL AD A" TEA Will Meet Thursday. The Woman's Work Group of the Church of the Brethren will meet Thursday afternoon at tho church parsonage, 407 East Green street. The meeting will begin at 2 o'clock instead of 2:30, and a half hour will be devoted to a mission study. The business session will follow. TO ALL CARD PARTY Tuesday Night, February. 15. Ladles of Kount Cnrmcl "500"--1HUDGK--HIXQO Admission !)5c. DOOJl PK1KE Giunc.s lie-in at 8:30. member "of the Class of 1937,'and is a formy^clcrk atjthe. G. C, Murphy Compaify's store in ConnellsviHo. The couple will-reside with the-bride's parents,./ .: -- ; ' ,-· .; SUCCESSFUL JPARTX \GIVEN " : OSY TFIREMEN'S-AUXILMKY. Large and successful was a benefit cardrnnd bingo party given Mon-; ^day_nigh.t by the Ladies' Auxiliary to: .the South ConneUsville Volunteer Fire Company. "Prizes,-wererwon by the following: Five hundred--high, Grace Kcslar;r^«pndr:Mrs.-Hubert Ansell; third^RusseJtDcBolt; bjngoir high, Jlrs. Roy Jayncs; second, Mrs. William Stichl; third, , Mrs. Lyda Meyers; door--Mrs. .Albert White. They party was held at the firemen's rooms and after the games lunch was served.'"' "" ' ·"'.;"'-- Ob'obrujiry :i - 7:00 P. M. 1p 10:00-P. M; '· ilAASJtOUSK ..111 South'Water Street:.'. -SAVE MONEY ON DRY GLEANING and Topcoats 49c and Coats (plain) 49c - SOS So. Pittsburgh Street Opp. Carnegie Library Sandy has just figured that he could have saved two bucks by using a trolley coupon book last month. Don't say we 'didn't tell YOU, that you can save around 25%'extra-by using Trolley Coupon Books. Price $2.50 and $5.00. WEST PENN RAILWAYS BETTER SIGHT I -E*S* LAMP FOR THE MAKES your easy chair an easier place in which t o read! ' · ' " ' · ' Here's an L E. S. lamp that's especially designed for end table use. It doesn't glare. It makes no shadows to dance annoyingly across the pages of your book, magazine or newspaper. It gives nothing but good light -- light that actually rests the eyes 'and speeds up reading at the same time. There arc many other I. E S. models, too -moderately priced. Stop in at the dealers' stores and see them. . ·* I. E. S.-- Abbreviation tor lltumf nmin j Engineering Society, the non-profit organization thit dvelop«d th!« lamp «o provide hotter light for betttr sight. LOOK for the I. E. S. ns on the lamp you buy--your assurance of a model that's built for easy seeing. littAMF DIALERS

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