The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1939 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 15, 1939
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HIE DAILY COURIER CONNT5Lt,SVIL,T.,E PA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1930 B KlfvCELL Daughters of Ruth Banquet Attended By Has Rudy Arrested bi\ty-five members and guest attended the t nnual banquet oi the Daughtei s of Huth Bible Class of Timily LuLieian Chuich held Tuei- dav night at the social room oC the chuidi The Ladies Aid Society -with the president Mis L S Bobbins in charge ser\cd T delicious earner Mis Daniel Duric was in charge ot the dmingroora \ oung w omen o£ the | Solsso ^ solo _ 'Albert R Pirls Mark i Silver Anniversary \ Mr and Mii Albe t R Pnl cele biated then silxci wedding anm- lers-nj with a pdily S-Uuidaj it their hoTie m South Connells\ille Foity guests were in attendance An entei timing progiam \vut pic- j scnted with Willaid Pieice blather 1 of Mrs Pirl as rmtjtei of cei emonies The piogiam wit, Piano duet Audith Pieico and Mtuine Soibson solo, 'Home Gl idys G u n a , solo, The Sweetest Things in Life dedicated lo the honorces Mis Esther Pierce, song and c 1 mce Vuglnn t h u i c h were aides The loom was beautifu'ly dccoia'ed ippomtments beirg in keeping with the Valen'mc eason Vises of snapdragons and lighted tipeis graced the tables Officcis of the class piepared an mtciestmg and amusing program Prizes \\etc awarded to Mis H H Anderegg, Mrs W W Cunnmgtnm Mrs Eoil Hendeison Mrs O H Sil- c.o\ Mrs Kail K Kramer and Miss E-naruth Burkhardt MART BKITT APPOINTED W B \ JLMOR OFFICER BY SUPREME PRESIDENT At tne regular meeting of the Woman s Benefi. Association Tuesday night at Odd Fellows Hall it was announced that Miss Mary Britt had been appointed junior supervisor by Supreme President Mrs Bina West Miller ot Poit Huron, Mich Mrs Bess Conner piesident, appointed the following committees Piogram--Miss Mary Bntt chairman, M-s Ida Armstrong and Mrs Gertrude Storey Kefre-Jbments--Mrs Rose Shaw Mrs Ljda Moore Mrs Lisetta Johnson and Mrs Anna Urchasko A Valentine party supplemented 'he meeting Bmgo was the diversions and a puze was awarded for each game Valen ines were exchanged Plans were made foi a party to be recitation The Disli ct School B Pieice 30 years old fathei of Mrs Pirl Bingo wns played th ougl out the remamde of the e^er-mj, with Mrs Soott Soisson winning the jnzc Later lunch was served The lonored guests weie seated at one arge table \vhich centered wiJi a spring bouquet of sweet pens fel- ow rosebuds and jonquils inc" ;raced at either end with white tapers in ciystal holders Other gueits were seited at smaller tables Valentine appointments predominated Spring flov.ers were attrac- :i\ ely arra iged in ^H of the rooms Mr ind Mis Pirl recened many ovely gifts Mr and Mi s held meeting friends connection with Jie next It is for members ana JOHN BALSLEYS ENTERTAIN FRIENDSHIP BIBLE CLASS Mi and M^s John Balsley enter- tamed the Friendship Bible Class oj the First United Brethren Church Tuesday night at their home in South Cottage avenue Thirteen members and ele\en guests were present Prajer was offered by S K Huey and Mrs John F Kooser read the Sciipture lesson The business meeting was follow ec by a progiam, the theme of which was "Influence and Responsibility' It was Hjmn 'What a Friend We Have in Jesus , poem "Influence Mrs John F Kcoser talk, Influence ' Sev Elmer \ iFchultz, churcn pastor, duets, Doroth/ Witt and L G Hoo\er, with Mrs Homer at the piano poem, "The Seciet oi a Happy Life for Others Mrs A G Dunston talk, ' Responsibility," Re\ A R Mansbeiger, pastor of the Firs Methodist Protestant Church solo Mrs Mansbergcr, selection by trio ccrrposed of Mis S K Huey Dorothy Witt and L G Hoovei with M r s lioo\ ei pla mg the piano accompaniment piayers fo" sick members of th. church, offered by Rev Schultz L G Hoo\ei and S K Huey tea-h- cr of the Class A social hour was enjoyed Lunch was served by Mrs Balsley, assisted by Mis Hany LeigMiter and Mis A C Stickcl, Jr Appointments were in Keeping with Valentine Day The next meeting will be held Tuesdaj evering M rch 24, at the home ot Mi and Mrs S K Huey O r v U Oillard Cot den Dillard Eorden Miami fauaboy, charges Rudy Vallcc, crooninp orchestra loader, struck him when ho accidentally brushed his tray against the singer's back Arrested for assault and battery Vatlce do mod the charge and was released in custody of his attorney pending tna! BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y Wins Beauty Dare "The Authority on Authorities' WHY BE AFBAJtD" THOUGH PROPER BIDDING of tour-card sjlt lengths Is practically the heart and soul of good contracting there are still many fair to- nuddUng players who (are afraJa ot them Perhaps thati la because there are still plenty of partners who will raise their four card suits with a holding of three cards m- Uudlng a nigh honor If your part- ttcr can be depended upon to hive (our cards when he raises jour suit except In rare situations you may bid thorn with confidence anil aplomb, and BO will find many of those desirable four-four fits worth 130 points 80 for the tncks plus 50 for the part score bonus At four other tabies East passed the 2 Clubs and South bid 3 Clubs four being made for the aime score At only one table when the 2- Clubs reached fcouth did he make the correct bid of 2-3pades North raised to 3 Spades and South made this for a top on U e band West led the heart K then tho Q which South ruHed To lowed two top spad«s then clubs Bast ruffing the second and returning a heirt South ruffing- East the-eaXter got another trump and another heart trick but no more If experts had been at the table practically all of them would hav6 bid spades on the second time around In total-point play some would have gone to four and been set because of East s bunched trumps Tomorrow s Problem Pal 1m e three children Mrs John Duggan, III of Pittsburgh Mrs Einest Guerriero of Connellsxilie and Albert J r , at norne Tnerc are also three grand- chiloren, John Dugg-m IV, BaHly Duggan and Cynthn Jean Guerriero Mrs Pirl is tlie former Miss Vernice Pierce daughtei of R S Pieice Mr Pirl Is i West Penn employe Out-of-town guests at the anniversary celebration were from Pittsburgh and Grecnsburg MRS WILLIAM GARLICK IS FETED ON S5TH BIRTHDAY Mrs Williahi Gaihck was feted w i t h a surpriSL birthday party Saturday e\ tmng, at hei hdmfe in South Connellsville In commdmora'ion of her 35th birthday "The affair was planned by her daughtei, Miss Ada Lee Gdrllck, who was assisted by Miss Margaret Gill and Miss Olive ""ryncr \pproximately forty guests v.eie n attendance F ve hundied and bingo were the diveisions of the evening wi*-h prizes being awarded to Mis Earl Trump and Mis E^eljn Tissue Latei lunch was ser\ed by Kid Sister Proves Real Trouper, Takes Part in School Play By United Press. PITTSBURGH Feb 15--The kid sister' came through Tuesdai night foi Johnny Ash on 2^, who died Sunday with a lost request that she not fail tc appear in her high school play Lighten-vca^-old 'Vnnubellc Ashton concealed her grief spent the dollui he had given her to get her hair culled ind played her role as Mrs bpoonci in the class play corned} Tetch d in the Haid Johnnj used to 1 id me about bc- mj a budding Garbo she said and I wanted to pla^ the p u t beciuse he isKed me to I ti cd to keep on acting and forget that anything happened ' the hostesses tered w itn ; cake iced in The table was ccn- tniee-tier birJiduj white and decotated with pink frosting K bore the m- scuption "Happy Birthdaj to Mo'hc- ' Mrs Gaihck received many attractive gifts IUCKOR1 SQUARE C E GROUP WILL PRLSENT PLAY FRIDAY The Chi stian Endeavoi Society of Hickoiy Squate Methodist Protestant Church will piesent a three act comedy at 7 30 o'clock Friday rught of this weejv at the church Chat- acteis include Robert Schuvler Clyae Ivewcorr-- ci Pinkie colored maid, Opal Ferne Hernnglon Harvey Hobbs Paul Stillvvagon Iimothy Brewbter Ray Lane Richard Pies on Scott Stillvvagon Eleanoi Hale, Romaine Pnngle ·\my Gladys Pnngle Mrs Hale, Thelma Giace Wiggins FAIRCH \iNCt COUPLE OBSERVE C7TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr ind Mr" A M Frederick, w ell-1 nown coup e of Fairchance, lecently celebrated tieir sixoy- seventh wedding annive-sary A miller by t'-ade Mi Frederi k 87 year;, old recalls there were forty grist mills in Tayette county at the time of his marriage He finds his chief interest n gaiden ng and raising chickens Mis Frederick, ui her 90ti jeai, is an e-spert knitter and spends many-hours piecmg quilts Will Vcet Thursday Shilo Lodge No 103 Ladle ^u-xil d i j lo the B of R T will meet at " 30 o cloc 1 . Thursday night at the \ M C A in Their 40's Can Attract Men 11 re * soot! udviCK !or ^ woman iljr rm 1 tr chanc* 1 (usually I onj Jd to 5-) who Uur* «hc II lo«o her appeal to men Vho worrira about hot flashes low or pep dirsy apella upset ncr%cs and moody spells Just get moro fresh air s hit sleep and ( yonnncdmroHiIjta BOM I N S tomi. mlTM Ljdl» i. Pinkliims Vcsctablo Comcound niado aptaallv/or iremw It trips Mature tmld up pbiBical res^tance thus helps p \a n.0 vfwidt to PD;OA life and awint cailrn lop iitlorv nerve* »od thow dislu bios «yviv- t mp tbut oftro a -omi»in\ ct nice of life I alui=» ' W tLL W OUTB tn-iBC VALENTINE PARTY FOLLOWS MEETING OP LA11ON UNIT Jennie Layton Auxihaiy to the Baltimore . Ohio Veteians Assot-ia- tion met Tuesday night at the \ M C \ and at tne business session new members vveie received A delightful Valentine party followed the mee'uig Bingo uas plajed and puaes rcLeived by Mi« J H Bittner, Mis E M Du.y and Maiv and Gladjs Oglevee The dooi p-ize was Deceived by Mrt A O Travis, while the special awaid went to Mrs J H Fieckenstem . A delicious lunch in keeping with, the _Valentme season was served Fayelle Counly Will Hold Domestic Court SpLClal to The Couric- Feb 15--Domestic relations court is scheduled for Friday when spp-oMriately 30 cases have been listed foi hearings However, this number ma-v be reduced" b setjements witliout necessity of imposition of sentences Judges m accordance with a system instituted in this particular branch ot the judicial government, have m j d e efforts to effect amicable reconciliation between husbands and wives in an effort to save homes for the sake of an} childien who might be involved in the marital entanglements A A K V 6 « A 1 6 + A Q J 6 5 (Dealer West. Neither side vul nerable } This deal was followed all around the room in a six-table match, but only one pair got into the best contract. Everywhere there were three passes and South started with 1- dub West avercallod with 1-Hear-and Jsorth bid 2-Clubs Then came tho variations At one table, East had the temerity to bid 2-Dlamonds South S-Clubs West ^-Diamonds and North 4-Clubs a contract which was made and was l 1019 bi Kin K 8 4 A A 5 2 f Q S 3 2 t None A Q J 10 9 Y S (.Dealer North. North South vul nerable ) If North bids dlajronds hers and South clubs the aide wlrdlng up at 6 No trump plaed b South what should West lead and why Pf tnrel Synd'citt, InC Cecil e Cote Dared by a "Wclleslc., College roommate to enter a chnrm contest held 1)} Franklin ard Marshall College students, Lancaster, Pa, Cecile Cote of Bcil.n, N H , won She will represent Massachusetts in a con test to decide ' perfect" college girl (Central Press) MOTHER ATTEMPTS T\VO HOLDUPS TO GET MONET TO BUY CHILDREN MILK SUVSHINE CIRCLE WILL GIVE PROGRAM THLRSDAY The Sunshine Circle of the Methodist Piotestant Church will present an interesting piogiarr at the church Thuisday night at 7 30 o clock The leaders, Miss Wanetta Yoder Miss Louise Heffley and Miss Dorothy O Kara extend an invitation to trc membe-s of the church and-the public An offering will be taken Following program there will be a short business meeting of: the Woman s Missionary Auxiliary at which time repoits of the various circle chairmen will be grven Lunch will be served by Girls' Circle No 6 B P W WILL MEET WITH SYLVIA SDLLIVAN The Business and Profess on il Women s Club will hold its annual Valentine paity tonight at the home of Miss Sj'via Sullivan in Eist Crawford avenue Mcmbeis a e asked to note the change in place The time is 8 o clock DRESS REHEARSAL TONIGHT TOR "STEP THIS WAY' A dress reheaisal for a musical comedy, "Step This "Way to be presented Thursday night by the Jumoi Culture Club, will be held tonight Proceeds fiom the play will be applied to the clubs eye func Dunbar Township Class Plans 10-Year Reunion Mcnbe s of the C/a=s of 102D Dunbir Township High School are considering T 10-yca*- icunion, p^ns for \\hich \\ill be outlined .it a meeting at 8 o clock Tuesday night at S imuel S polio i \vall piper stoie 8 3 West, Crav £ord avenue \\cst Side All merrberb ot the Leiscnrmg Mo I class arc ir\i f ed to attend he mec ins \v«cn an organ zation will be cftec ed and an ingemen.ts ad- \inccd for the icunion the fust since the pupils left the high school NEW YORK, Feb 15--Mary Cusack i husband a "WP\ \\orker g i v e , her $3 75 Tuesd*i night to bu a ] v,eeXs groLOdes for her famU Shcj needed more than thai for mi k for: her two bojs, sex en and 30 years' old i She put the bovs to bed took a to pistol £iom among their pla - thiigs, slipped a coat oxei her house dress and walked from he" home (at 5614 Fourth -u enue Brookl n) to he neajesl subway stition Mrs Sarah McGcath change booth agent alone m the station -\vhen Mis Cusack wearing her ho-n- rimmcd spectacles and looking her 39 je-u- pointed the toy pistol through the v,lcket and said This is a stick-up Give me everything \ou M, got ' The ticket agent di opped to the floor of the metal booth dragging the telephone vuth her and called police At tho same time a t'-a n aruved and Mis Cusack pocketed her "wenpon while the passengers hurried by She w is sti I slanding at the booth when Geoi EC Fre ler a company collector .ipproached and displaed his identification shield Mrs Cu- :ack pointed the gun at him and said it was a hold-up He iccognized the pistol as a toy and seized it A passing motorman helped him hold her untj] police arrhed She w as arrested on assault end lobbery cha~ge She told Detect vc Eugene Mc\aJly t h a t she turred to crime because she needed milK for her boys Cavaicante Draws Revisions for Law Governing Marriage Mill Run W C T U Meets The Mill Run Woman s Christian Temperance Ur on met Thursday afternoon at the home Nevada Dethng with ten o£ Mis members and two guests m attendance Dc\o- tionals w ere led by Mrs Mmer\ a Mount TUT and Mrs A Ritchey A program dealing with tne i i f e of Frances E Willd d was m charge of f hc piesident, Mrs FeJicn Krepps Headings were gi\cn by Mis Cose Punke, Mrs Emma LaugHrey, Mrs A Hitche} Virgin a Pnnkey M s Minerva Mountain 'md Mrs F D Krepps The urton decided to sell baked goods at the next meeting to be held at the home of Mrs C K Biooks Enjoy Chicken, Waffles Members ot the Lojal Friendship Class of the E\erson Lmtwi Brethren Chu"ch, together with the tsachei, G M Bums, on}oyed a delicious cbickcr und wafTc dinner Friday evening a t ic Ojd stead on the Pcnusvill^ load in the evening garrcs and were the diveisions Charges Singer's Husband in Hiding With Their Child NEW YORK Feb 15--George A Ferris counsel lor Mai ion Talley choiged today that the singers bus- bind Adolph G Eckstiom, had gone Into hiding \\ith their four-yeai-old diughter Sun i to avoid legal procedure o% cr cus,tod of the child Ferns sod he uould rest on the o\idence of habeas corpus proceea- ings in White PHms 'ast ueek which Miss. Talley, calling her husband i rmn ot immonl chai actor asked fo custody ot the child \vhosc biril^ had been kept icciet by the couple foi several years Actor Weds Actress MIAMI BL4CH Tla vb 15 -Gloria Brewster, ^ho \\ith ^i twin sister pHys in the mo% les was married to o^ of the Stioud twins Claude of the ridlo and stage Jack Dempbey \\as best mnn Glorias twin Boibira, w s maid of honoi and Claude s twin Clucnce \vas a sort of assistant best man Feb la--Revelation here of a 33-yeai-oid school g i r l s mariiatc to a 22-jear-old unemployed Iiboicr piompted State Senator Anthony Cavalcante to pio- pose a five-point revision of Pennsylvania^ marriage laws C,n alcarte said he would woik on bill w i t h a committee heie and present it to the Legis iture on March On the commission with him, he said are District Attorney James A Reilly and icprcsen a'tives of the Jew ^h, Protestant and Cathouc faiths The senator «iid he favoied Requiring couit consent foi mai- iiagei n which c trei paity is undei 18 Requiring the pei mission of parents when either is over 18 but under 21 Requiring piitors nnd others who perform marriages to obtain substantial evidence of the ages Codification if necessarv of all laws peitiirung to marrngc Preventing residents motiving outside the Stite CHAMPAGNE JSNX TO ELEANOR HOLM Westmoreland S. S. Convention Will Be Held a! Scotidale Special to The Courier GRbENSBURG I eb lo--Rev G A Teske of Lanmer, president of the Westmoreland 1 County Sunday School Association informed Gieensburg distr ct at its annual banquef Tues- diy night that tne annual county convention will be held in the Methodist Episcopal and United Brethjen churches at Scottdale on June 22 and 23 Tcmpeiance ' will be tne dominant theme of the 1939 convention v.i-31 notable temperance leaders appearing on the progiam, he said Plaj at Hickory Square Church Fnda Evening A Ihiee act comedy Will be pie- serted bj the Christian Endeavor Society of the Hickoiy Squaie Methodist Protestant Church at Broad Fold on Tnday, February--i 17th at 7 30 P M Your presence necessary to make this play a success Admission, adults 25c, children lOc--Advertise- ment--15£eb-U NEW YORK Feb 3 5 -- H will be! several days befoic Eleanor Holm ind thiee othei bathing beau'ies wear bithmg suits in public Their legs are liberally daubed with iodine because of Miss Holm s latest en- countei with champagne \s she nised the bottle to dedi- cnte the "million-dollar aquacade at the Wo^ld s Fair yesterday, Grov- ei A Whalen president of the fair corporat on said 1 The las time you broke a d-am- pagne bottle Miss Holm the noise wns heard all over the world Miss Ho m sriiled at this reference to her dismissal from the Olympic swimming team for drinking and said "Yes, and I hope th s blast is hea,.d just as far She smashed the bottle against the I piling w i t h such force tnat the flying g 1 iss cut hei legs and tl ose oE three other girls The girls all wore bath ng suits The cuts w ere slight Police Inspector HI PITTSBURGH Teb 15--The condition of Police Inspector Dennis F Hennessy w is iepo-ted unchanged todav a* South Side Hospital where he was reported seiiously ill fiom a heart condition Townscrd Mcctlne. | A Townsend meeting will be held, at 7 30 o clock Thuisday night a t ! Eiueka Grange hall at Hawkeye near Scottdale The e will be several abie speakers STUFFY HEAD A fevy drops . and you breathe again! Clcirs dogging mucus, reduces swollen membranes--helps keep sinuses open. VSCKS THE PROVEN quality of our cleaning assures perfect TV oik. Plain DRESSES Cleuned for the Price of 1 69 Both (No call and delivery at this price) Our "Onee-a-Year" Promotion Special Phone 1965 SIMONS Cash Carry CLEANERS 105 South PJttsbors Street, 921 West Crawford Avenue. TRiciry erything Better ss* ^ta^^ Home- Later nusic Marriage Announced Announcement is made of the marriage o£ Miss Rhea Jeanne McGurk and George Grainger both oi Umontovn, Sunday Februaiy 12 at t i e Cent e SUeet Methodist Episcopal Church at Cumbeiland Rev Hidgley read the service Boy in Geary Home Mr and Mri Omert Geirj of Jones Mill Tre leceiving i ongratulations on the oirth o' d son, Tiomas Willard tipping the scales at nine pounds The ne\v arrival is the second child and son in the family Vis Geary wi] 1 be remembe-ed as Miss Hos- tetllei daughter of LloyJ Hostettlev of Big Spiing^ Trinity Episcopal A.uviliaM TUP ty Episcopnl Church Auxiliary \Mll hold U regulai neeting in the ve=tu oom« 230 o clock Thurs- div o r tornoon Mission Band to lilLet. The Guls Mission Bard of the Methodist Protestant Chuich will meet at the church Fnda night at 7 O clock _ ~ _ Oluopslc Girl lie John Kn nr=Kv o f I Ci c" Ritenour of O uc' 1 i en r i to w rri ( C oci W i J Honor Students C A Davis of Confluence lanked second in the junior class at Washington . Jeffeison Co lege in scholarship during the fiis f semestei of the cairent nC-idemic yeii Don Rose of Someiset uas eighth Among fiesh- m f n W A SheS-inrd o£ Uniontown w as e ghlh atiobe iiid · U \ \ c i e 1 US PIMi AM) TONIGHT AT THE MAYFLOWER' Route 119 LMrson Pa to the '(Ffisic of Bonds Purchased New issue of Wabhn gton tosvnship schcol district bxnds in the amount oE $i5 000 it 4 3-4 per cent has been sold to D S Wright of Dunkirk W Y it \vas announced Pre-Lenten Dance SLOVAK H VLI, Connolly Hlc, Fn. Saturday, Feb. 18th r u e Admission: Gents lOe Ladies 35c Junior Culture Club's "tension! Corned) "STEP THIS WAY" Thursday, Feb. 16th HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Benefit Eje Fund Admission oOc Rcseived scats lOc extra Or Sale at ConnellbMl p Diug Co F e b i u a i v 14th loth RIGHT HEAT'S the Reason! FLICK an electric switch and you get exactly the amount of heat needed for the cooking job. Even for platform cooking you have three, four or five levels of heat--a. correct heat for any cooking operation you can name! It takes the guesswork out of cooking! Every cook knows how difficult a 7-minute icing is to make--principally because low heat is absolutely essential. On an electric range (as illustrated) it's easy--for the low heat can't creep up and no double boiler is needed! cokln VJSJT THE RANGE DISPLAYS

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