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February 16, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER., CONNELLSVTL'LH], PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1030. By LYNKE B. KINCELL Mozart Musicians Will Present Costume Recital! at Junior .Cultare Club .Meeting BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" BEAD THIS ROAD SIGNS I North thereupon put South Into ANY EFFICIENT automobile 6 - No tnimp. driver reads the road signs, In order to keep out of trouble. It A costume recital oy the Mozart Mu is the guest of the Junior Culture j Club.at B o'clock Tuesday evening all the club rooms at Carnegie Free LU brary.' All members of the Mozart I Music Club are requested to bring j guests. · ! Those appearing; on the program are: Mrs. Saipqel .D. Braemer, Miss Martha G. Driscoil, Mrs. Abe Chinn, ^l j Violin Ensemble Plays, at Junior Mpzart'Meeting The February.-meeting of the Junior 'Mozart^Club: was held. Wednesday at .the.home of Marjorie Atkin- Mrs. Leland S. Whipkey, Miss Yo-| £ori] South. Arch street, with Coun- landa J. Fasola, Miss M. Lois Ben- [ se]or Mr j. Cai .i Ti Anstine in charge. ford, Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens Hazen, I Thcra was a large and enthusiastic Mrs. Alice Small · Martz, Mrs. Pasquale Gigliotti, Mrs. Louis Shrallow, Miss Susan Hicks, Miss Gladys Clark, Miss Mary Jane Herd, Miss Marjorie Haynes and Miss Marie Galasso. The program, arranged by Mrs. William H. Soisson, Jr., is quite varied. It will.include piano solos, vocal solos' and ' trios, violin, duets, dances arid a', story. The numbers . will" represent, Russian,' Egyptian, ' Italian, etc.', music and all participating will be costumed accordingly. Committees Named ByHeadofB.O. . Traffic Auxiliary Mi's. Harry K. Lewis, new.president, . appointed her standing committees at . the February meeting of. the .Wom. en's Auxiliary to the Baltimore Ohio Cooperative Traffic Program. They are: Soliciting business--Mrs. J. H. Leib and Mrs. J. H. Dawson Entertainment--Mrs. James A. Cowgill, chairman, Mrs. Harvey Harbaugh, Mrs. William R. Scott, Mrs. C. L. MatDona? !, Mrs. H. A. Lynch and Mrs. Earl Henderson. Social--Mrs. John Kerns, chairman, the some in selecting the opening lead against the opponents' contract. Sometimes the lead which la indicated as the best will not defeat the contract, whereas the apparently worst possible lead wilL But in the long run tt will pay- to observe the logic of the situation as pointed by the bidding- and by the cards you hold yourself. A K J V A. 5 4 * A K C3 9 7 6 * A 3 * 9 87 6 4 f V 9 7 $ 8 - 1 3 2 * 5 2 A Q 10 3 V K J 10 6 « J 10 5 * K 8 4 attendance,.. -The opening exercises, conducted by the president, John R. Jackson, consisted of (he usual routine order with Marjorie Hay at the piano. Featured for the evening was a violin ensemble, organized by Charles Robinson, and comprised of the following · club members- - and - guests: Emerson Camp, Don C. -Fosselman, Jr., James Hosteller, Robert Stefi and Delmar Christy. : · Their recital.included the follow-| ing numbers; ... ' i "Rondo," from "Serenade,!' Mozart. "Minuet," Haydn. "Tales From the Vienna Woods," Strauss. "Liebestraum," Liszt, arranged by Z.-.meenik, and the Allegro Movement o* the "Serenade," Mozart. Piano, numbers were contributed by Lois Ramsey who played -"Mal- quena," Lucuon'a, and Dick .Leighty, playing "German Da'ncei" " Bee- 'th'oven. ' . . Bayonne Dwikle conducted a question and answer exercise, '-"Musical Arithmetic."- . . A delicious and beautifully appointed, luncheon was served by Mrs. J. H, Atkinson, mother of the hostess, assisted by the following social committee: Elizabeth Norris, Betty Lee Dixon, Norma Elpern, Baycnne D'unkle, Prank Van Norman, John Jackson and Henry McRobbe. Mrs. W. H. Berger, Mrs. Hoy O'Don- I Assistant Counselor Mrs. Leland "S. noil, Mrs. A. E. Lowery, Mrs. Joseph- Whipkey was absent from the meet- ine Meranda and Mrs. Bert Conner, -ing because of illness. · Membership--Mrs. J. H. Dawson ·-' ·Arvihvita'Uoh to the club-has been and Mrs. J. H. Leib, Publicity--Mrs. John R. Totten, chairman. Visiting shut-in members--Mrs. J. B. Bisel and Mrs. P. J. McClain. Mrs. Lewis awarded the door prize to Mrs. C. W. Groover! The meeting was held at the Y. M. C. A. and after the transaction of business, bingo was played, prizes being, received by Mrs. E. W. Heavner an'! Mrs. George N. Wood. Refreshments, consisting of ice cream, Valentine cakes, candies and coffee, were served by the refreshment committee. Each member was presented *v : th a valentine. The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, March 15. extended by Miss Virginia B. Graham and Everett Thomas to meet with them at their.sludjos in North Pittsburg street at some future date. M. E. FORWAKD CLASS GIVHS TURKEY SUPPER The Forward Class of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church gave a delicious turkey dinner at 6 o'clock Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Melvin Arn in Morrell avenue, Greenwood. The occasion also marked the fourteenth birthday of Mrs. Arn's son, John R. Places were laid for twenty-four members and seven guests. Valentine decorations were used throughout the house. The table was made attractive with cut glass vases of red flowers, a... large birthday cake bearing fourteen red candles, and red tapers 'in ' silver ·holders. Favors were small red -.baskets filled with candy. ' After the repast the class held its regular business session. Plans were made for a covered-dish supper to be held some time in March. Two new . members were received. Forward 'sisters were revealed and 'beautiful 'gifts'were exchanged. New names 'were drawn, for the coming year. The committee consisted of Mrs. Arn, Mrs! S. J.Witt, Mrs. J, W. · .Haudman, -Mrs.. Ernest Mistlebauer; Mrs. Ray Ellenberger-and Mrs. J. L. Cypher. . . .. ... . . - The March- committee.;', comprises -.Mrs. Dora Konshak,. Mrs. 'Anna Lunnen, Mrs. Una Morris arid Mrs. . Mistlebauer. BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN FOU .CHAKLES..S..COOPER The home of ,Jttrsr:Alphi': Cramer was the scene ofanlSrsJoyaHlE': social gathering Tuesday; the'occasion being a bi-.-thday party in honor of her brother, Charles S. Cooper. A sumptuous dinner was served at 1 o'clock. Later women guests quilted and did fancy work. Watson Murphy told of his recent trip to the farm show in Kurrisburg. This concluded the day's activities. Relatives and friends present included Mrs. F. S. Townsend and Mrs. Mary McBurney of Flatwoods, Mrs. J. P. Bute of Connellsville, aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Watson Murphy of Smock, brother-in-law and sister of the honor guest; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooper and daughter, Hanna May, and -J. A. Townsend of Flatwoods, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Cramer and daughter, Ruth Ann, of Vanderbill, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fleming 'ol Vandorbilt, Mrs. Willis Strickler of Star Junction, Mrs. Bud - Collins ol VanderbUt, Mrs. Roy B. Otto of Connellsville, Allen Cramer, Viola Cramer, Miss Alice Cramer, Harry Harper. and MrsrLevina Cramer. : CONTRACT BRIDGE IS PLAYED BY. FORT-NITE BRIDGE CLUB Two tables 'were called into play for'contract bridge -at a meeting of the .Fort Kite Bridge Club Wednesday night. Mrs! "Quay P. Berwick was hostess at her home in South Pittsburg street. High prize was awarded 'to Miss-Betty Howard and draw to ·Mrs. Fred Cropp. The hostess served a dainty lunch. Mrs. B. F. Herbert will entertain '-the club Wednesday night, March 1, at her home in Hace street. 4 A 5 2 f Q 8 3 2 « None . Q J 10 B 7 6 ' (Dealer: North. .North-South vulnerable.) North opened horo with 1-Dla- mond, South bid 2-Clubs and North forced with S-Dfcmwmds-- or, at least, it was a force unless South's hand barely held enough for his flrst bid. When South bid 3-No trump, North asked about aces with the Blackwood 4-No trump and South showed one with 5-Diaraonds. North next asked about kings with 5-No trump and South showed none with 6-C!ubs. Sounfi logic for West would be about as follows: My own hand is worthless, so I should lead what figures to be the best help to my partner In setting, this contract. The opponents' suifcs of diamonds and clubs are out o£ the question. My own spades are hopeless. I must lead a heart. j Had West done mat the contract would have been ' set. For East would have taken one trick in hearts and one in clubs. But West didn't. He led the fourth-best of his own suit, spades. The declarer won It in dummy, led a club, and sii lost only one trick, to the club K, as the diamond suit set up on a lucky break. Tomorrow's. Problem A J 4 V J 10 8 1 O None 4, A K O.J 10 4 2 A 7 3 2 | 5 1 ^ A Q G 8 B V A Q 8 Party for Benefit Of I. C.. Athletics Meets With Success A largely attended and delightful social event of Wednesday night was a benefit card party given at Elks Home by the Ladies Auxiliary to the A.hle-'-ic Council, the Christian Moi-h^rs, Court Armuncial.a No. 260, Catholic Daughters of America, and the Young Ladies Sodality, proceeds to be foi' the benefit of athletics of the Immaculate Conception Church. Prizes were won by the following: Contract bridge--Mrs. Milton V. Munk; auction bridge--Miss Kathl_en McGrath, Walter B. Shaw and W. Cowan; five hundred--Mrs. W. B. Logan, Mrs. William Finn and Miss Helen Alt; uingo--1'. D. Armstrong,' Mrs. George Sherrick and Pat Connell; draw--Mrs. Martin Rottler, Mrs. T. B. Miller, Mrs. M. W. Co ./an, Mrs. Margaret Mclntyre, Miss Alice Stader, Mrs. H. B. Pigman, Miss May Lapsin, Mrs. Etzio Nonnini, Jack Waller and Mrs. Margaret . Doyle; door--Miss Virginia Cuneo; special award, Miss Clare Dixon. Lunch was served at the close of the games. * 6 K 10 6 K 6 S 3 2 J 2 B 7 3 (Dealer: East. Both sides vulnerable.) On thus deal, with each side seem- in£ to have a major suit game, what is the best bidding? . bT KJnc Feitufca Syndicxw, Inc. Musical Program Features B. P. W. Valentine Party B. B. B. CLUB GIVES SHOWER FOR ALICE BURNS The B. B. B. Club met Tuesday evening at the home o£ Mrs. R. H. Patterson in Wine street, Sauth Connellsville, with seven members and five guests present. Games were the diversions. First prize was awardec to Mrs. A. R. Pirl, second to Mrs Chnrles Thorpe and third to Mrs Albert OrndorfT. Mrs. Dorothy Leslie won the guest prize. A handkerchief shower was held in honor of the birthday of Miss Alice Burns, a member. There was also a valentine box with each member receiving a valentine. Decorations Slides to Death SKATING PARTY IS PLANNED AT R. M. T. CLUB MEETING Plans for a skating party to be held Wednesday, March 1, were made at a meeting of the R. M. T. Club at which Bertha and Ruth Soverns were hostesses at their home at Dickerson Run. Mrs. Clark Potter was in charge of the business by Gloria B«rjrforB Coasting- at Sqnantum, Maas., three- year-old Gloria Berfitfors lost control of her sled and hurtled over a six-foot sea wall into Quincy Bay. She drowned despite frantic efforta of her mother, who leaped into the icy waters after her baby. Alfred F. Adams, Fprmer Perry Man, Weds Arizona Girl Mr! and Mrs. Howard Adams ol Perryopolis received word Saturday of the marriage of their son, Alfred F. Adnms and Miss Gaynelle Holmes of Phoenix, Ariz. The ceremony took place at Yuma, Ariz. The bride was a teacher jn the schools of Calipatria, Cal., where the bridegroom is employed in a bank. Mr. Adams is a graduate o£ Perry Township High School. JOSEPH RALPH O'BRIEN I HONORED ON BIRTHDAY ' A spaghetti supper was given [ Tuesday evening at D o'clock nt the | home of Mrs. Elizabeth O'Brien in Crawford avenue, West Side, in honor of the birthday anniversary o£ her grandson, Joseph 'Ralph O'Brien. Places were laid for fifteen. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out. The table . was centered with a birthday cake decorated in pink and white and bearing twenty-one candles. The dinner was prepared and served by Mrs. O'Brien, assisted by her daughters, Mrs. Ted Collins, Mrs. session which was followed several piano solos, played by Emma Pizzichetta, Mrs. Carl Fox Bertha Soverns. All participated in and Mrs. Donald Conlon. The guest group singing, alter which bunco | list was confined to boy friends ol was played. High prize was won | the honor guest. Cards and games A fine program presented by a group of talented young musicians from the High School was a delightful feature of the annual Valentine party of the Business and Professional Women's Club held Wednesday night at the home oE a shut-in member, Miss Sylvia Sullivan, m 0 ,, .,, ^ ,,,,.-.....-..* East .Crawford avenue. Approxi-| were j n keeping with the Valentine mately thirty members and guests \verc present. Mrs. Dorothy E. Griflir. was in charge of the party and Mrs. John S. Buck, an aide, presided aver the program, of St. She also lo!d of the origin Vaientine's Day, spoke briefly o£ the lives and works of Victor Herbert and Rudolph Friml, famous composers. Miss Jean Goe and Miss Kathleen Barnes .sang, "Ah -Sweet Mystery of Life," Herbert, and "Indian Love Call," Friml. The next period was given over to a selection, "Minuet," Bnth, by a string quartet posed of Robert Stcfl, Miss Fuehrer, Mis? Betty Jordan Korma Elpern. Miss season. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Lena Bailey. The next meeting will be held I larch 8 at the home of Mrs. Scott Solsson in Atlas avenue, South Connellsville. WEDNESDAY N1TE CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. HARRY CLAWSON Mrs. Harry Clawson entertained ihe Wednesday Nile Club Wednesday home in Pittsburg and Betty Leu Dixon sang "Kiss Me Again," ' by Herbert, and "Luxemburg Gardens." BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN FOE MKS. J. H. JOHNSTON In · honor of her forty-first birthday, . Mrs. Harry J. Johnston was feted with a prettily arranged surprise party given Wednesday night at her home in South Ninth street, Greenwood, by her - mother-in-law, Mrs. Minerva Johnston, of North Cottage avenue. About twelve guests were present. The-principal diversion was Chinese checkers." A tasty lunch was. served, .-..··· Mrs. Johnston- presented her daughtc-r-in-iaw_ with- an -.-attractive birthday.,-cake iced in white and decorated: with silver candy and small pinUr candles..- The hor.oree received a nifmber of beautiful gifts. H. J. Johnston's birthday will be celebrated, with a, supper Saturday evening at the home of his mother/ Miss Prudence Walters was the accompanist for tiie singers. The entire program was presented beautifully nnd the performers were greeted with rounds of applause. During the evening Mrs. John M. Young, president of the club, in behalf of her fellow members presented Mrs. Thomns D. Newmyer, a recent bride, with » beautiful coffee table. Mrs. JNewmyer, the former Miss Violet Hussey, public school nurse, responded with remarks of thanks. Refreshments In keeping with the Valentine season were served. Other I aides were Mrs. Prince M. Stone, Mrs. Edna J. Brendel and Miss Lynne B. Kincell. Red roses and potted spring plants were arranged about the living room and dining room. The next meeting will be held Tuesday evening, February 28, at the West Penn Model Home. Mrs. Newmyer has arranged an interesting program. night at her street, South Connellsville. All members but one were present. Five hundred was played, the pri7.es being cT ° mr ~ I won by Mrs. Margaret Younkin, high, " '' ' and draw to Mrs. George Soisson. Mrs. William Grieve was presented with a g i f t in remembrance of her birthday. Mrs. Clawson served a chicken and by Miss Alta Moyer and low by Miss Virginia Largent. Miss Alta Moyer won the prize for a guessing game. A "heart quiz" was enjoyed, the prize being awarded to Mrs. Harry Arnold. A delicious lunch was served in keeping with the Valentine season. Hostesses were assisted by their mother and sisters. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, March 14, at the home of Mrs. Francis Thomas, South Pittsburg street, South Connellsville. PAST PRESIDENTS' CLUB WILL MEET FRIDAY NIGHT The Past Presidents' Club of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. Nell Scott in West Fayette street. Collecting Letters. Jimmy Walsh, who already has seven letters, probably will be Michigan State Normal's first nine-letter athlete in 10 years. He will receive his cage emblem this season and has another year of baseball and football to play. were played after the repast. Ralph received a number of attractive gilts. Parents of Daughter. A daughter was born at 4:44 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in Brownsville General Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John Kovatch of Fayette City. Crawford Tea Room Unusual Food At An Unusual Restaurant Friday and Saturday Evenings We Serve a Really Delicious 75c CHICKEN 'AFFLE With all the waffles you want. MANY OTHER DINNERS ON THE MENU Large Home Made LAYER CAKES We bake these Home Made Cakes every day. Order your cake the day before you want it.. Famous for Flavor t TEA biscuit supper. She was assisted by ] her sister, Mrs. S. Hixor.. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. George Dye in Hyndmsn street. Licensed to Marry. Marriage licenses were issued at Uniontown to Eugene Beneke and Marie McClinlock, Neal L. Rae and Anna Mae Evans, all of Connellsville, James William Desmone of Connellsville and Veronica Madeline Spishalc of South Connellsville, George C. Anthony of. Mount Pleas- and and Catherine Gonua 'of Everson, Max Sapinsky of Smithton and Olga Brazilewick of Belle Vernon. SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY DISCUSSES SUPPER PLANS Plans Xor a covered-dish supper, date and -place to -be announced, were discussed' at the regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Fayette. .County Fish and Game Pro- j tective Association, held Monday j night at the home of Mrs. Clark I Cunningham in Ogden street. After the meeting, the hostess served a dainty lunch. Will Elect Officers..;- .! :. Junior Auxiliary Meets. The Sunshine Class o£"the First I Meeting Tuesday night at the Le- Methodist Episcopal Church will j gion Home, the Junior American Le- meat'at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the- gior. Auxiliary made plans for a bake home of Miss Wilma Travis, South ConneUsville. Officers for the coming year will be elected. ..ays Send sale. Routine business "was also taken care of, after which lunch was served. ' . , " . . * SWING INTO SPRING Enjoy Atlantic City's finest-- luxtirlou* hospitality that consiciora your puxKe -- «» Colton Manor. ZSO modem room.. comlorlahlo bod., a.j Uniiju. SM,,'«D«cV" "\ -- g«m«» «nd «port» fo *«WWp«r perso double, in O N E ylv«nva Avenue OT ATLANTIC PAU! Auchter. IVIgr. f t N t S T H O T E L S Hoom.Bath, ell M o » U , Friday · Itor breakfast thru Sunday? orSahircay thru Kondaj. F L O W E R S The language of flowers is the most. appropriate way to express your feel- ings: A lovely cor- . · s a g e , decorativ.e'.v baskets or "fresli. ~". cut flowers . . . See our complete selections. OgieveeSons FLORISTS US South Pittsburg- Street Phone 4-24. .MRS. B. H. WTLLARD IS HOSTESS TO THIMBLE CLUB All members but one attended au enjoyable meeting of. the Silver Thimble Club at which Mrs. B. H. Willard was hostess Wednesday afternoon at her home in South Ninth street, Greenwood. Mrs. William F. Brooks won the prize for a question bee, while the award for a guessing contest went to Mrs. A. W. Young. Later in the aflernoor the hostess served a delectable lunch. Cut flowers and potted spring flowers were used in decorating. Tiie next meeting \nU be held at the home ol Mrs. W. L. Lewis in East Crawford avenue. D. of U. V. to Meet. Emma B. Goodyear Tent of the Daughters of Veterans will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Elks Home. FROSTED FOODS Special! LIMA BEANS Garden fresh, box serves 4 --equals 2 Ibs in pods --12 oz. box Cost per portion 5^c. Special! RASPBERRIES They're great--the full ripened flavor scaled in. 1 Q- 10 oz. box J.I7C. Cost per portion 4 : }:jc. D I N N E R FOR 4 1 Ib. CHOPPED STEAK 1 box JIASPBEREIES 1 box PEAS 79C ail 3 items Costs less than 20c per serving. That's economy, BUDGET VALUES . BEANS, Green or Wax, 10 oz. box CUT CORN, 13 oz. box Itctl Perch FILLETS, Ib SHRIMP, 12 oz. box Schneider's Market ROBERT ROBBINS 800 West Crawford Avenne. Phone 457-458 Coniiellsville, Pa. 151 E. Crawford Avenue 19c 23c 23c 39c RAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS WITH SELECTIVE AIR CONDITIONS 5ub-Froozing Storage High Humidity and low Temperature Storage Moderate Temperature and High Humidity Storage Safety-Zona General Storaga ·GET THE INSIDE STORY1' · 1939 G-E Refrigerator $ BIG, KOOMY C OIL FOOT aiODEL--ONLY CONNELLSVILLE 107 S. Pittshnrs St. Phone 124-J. DN10NTOWN No. Gallntin Avc. Plume 45.

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