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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVIULE, PA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1933. Girl Reserves of High School Will Hold Annual Valentine Party Saturday^ Feb. 12 · ' The annual Valentine party o£ the "Girl Reserves of the High School will J3C held Saturday evening, Feb.-uary '"12, at 7:30 o'clock, at the school gyrh- r.asium, which will be transformed -jnto a scene of gayety -for the occa- Jsion. Rcd_and whitc;3treamers will- Jbc used in decorating. The evening's ·entertainment has been divided · into three sections- Dancing.. -games, program and The-town-sponsors-and husbands, -Mr. -and Mrs. -H: W. McRobbic, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. James; R. Manzella Weds Union town Girl At.Church.-Ceremony Hospital Club Will Do Social Service Work in Community At the monthly meeting- of the Hospital Club Wednesday afternoon at the Hospital, the executive committee-was authorized to do some social service work in the community for the rest of the year. Plans were discussed for a spring rummage sale, date to be announced later. It was announced that an afghan, which is being sold for the benefit of the auxiliary, will be awarded Wednesday afternoon, March 2, at 3:30 o'clock at the Lcgoin Home In North Pittsburg street. Mrs. Elwood M. Keagy, president, was In charge of the meeting. The new St. Theresa's Catholic Church at Unlontown was the scene of.aT beautiful Wedding Wednesday morning .at .10 o'clock :whon Miss Nell' Cavtello, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caviello of Delaware ·W. L. Lewis, Mrs^Louis_Hctzcl..Rev. avenue,- Uniontown, became the MrsT A.:R7 Mansbergcr, Mr.: ;Mrs. Wjlliam J;.Davldson;and faculty .members of the High School and -Junior High, will be guests. The Tarty is being arranged by the social Committee, ot which Winifred Mc- UCairns is chairman. Music by Well-Known "Composers to-Feature Mozart Club Meeting ~ Music and biographies of Brahms, 'Bach and Beethoven will feature the ^program of Mozart Music Club Monday evening when it will meet at ^'.o'clock, at. the .club rooms in.North Pittsburg street. Miss Jean Hoover Will" be the leader of tho program .fhich will consist of piano and vocal ~ Mrs. George H. Hazcn, MfsTCarl S. Homes Jr v -and Miss PearT.3Zoek Svill be life hostesses:..: . ~r r Pariy-Is Postponed Next Thursday To " The annual'-Valentlnc party of the Business arid Professional Women's "Club has been postponed from Tucs- "day to Thursday night, February 10 -The date was changed on account 01 ·a card party to be held Tuesday night ]by the Klwanls Club. T- The party will be held at the Wcs -Fcnn- Model Homeland will be in charge of Miss Roba Pore and Miss telizabeth Bower, who arc arranging diversified entertainment. MRS. S. TT. MORRIS HOSTESS ~, -TO "SILVER THIMBLE CLUB -- Mrs. "S. U. Morris .entertained thi Silver "/Thimble Club Wednesday afternoon ~ at her home in South Eighth" street. Greenwood. The afternoon" was pleasantly spent at fancywork" ami games. The prize for the was awarded to Mrs William F. Brooks, and for bingo to jlrs. BcWiJtcCartney. . Later, in the afternoon the hostess served · a delicious lunch. She was assisted b Jier daughter-in-law, Mrs. S. U.-Mor Ms, Jr. All members were "present. ~ Mrs. Charles Mclntyre of Stottdali will entertain the club at a 1 o'clock luncheon WeInesday afternoon, Feb xuary 16, at the Old Homestead. CARD AND BINGO PARTY '- GIVEN BY KEYSTONE CLXJB - The Keystone Club held its rcgu Jar Wednesday night card party a Odd Fellows Temple. Prize winners were: _{; Five hundred--high, Mrs.;J M. Ritchcy; second, Mrs. A. Slesky third, ;Miss- Grace Keslar; binge-high," Mrs. Edna Piern; second, Mrs B. Ji-Watson; third, Mrs.' Keslar doorr^MIss Anna Trevitt;: spccla bingo-f-high, Mrs:.' George -"Beibor second,7J. W./Eisley; "third, ' Mis Grace/: Kcslarj .door--Miss Ann Trevitt; 'The partywas~"wcH at tended.' -' Z Quarterly Thank. Offering. 7 Missionary Circle No.'"i: of th First Methodist Protestant Churc will meet" tonight at the" home Mrs: Viola Orbin, North Eighth street. West Side.. It is the quartcrl thank offering. - - INGO r;r Door Prize: GO Guns Choi6c Trulls and Vegetables · - . -·· 25 lh. Sugar 1 Swift's Premium Hum - 1-gal.-Pickled-Pigs Feet. : sp.3r. · HE HERE: Ide-of .James R. Zllanzolla of 158 orth Eighth" street. West Side, sen the Mr. and Mrs. Nick Manila. Rev. J. C. Ccradini, pastor, fUciatcd. The church was prettily ccorntcd with palms and ferns. The edding was the first to lake place the church. The bride was attractive in her edding gown of white chiffon vol- et styled with a high neckline and long_train. Her long tulle veil fell rom a Juliet cap of seed pearls. She irricd a show:r bouquet of calla lies and lilies ot the valley, tied ith white satin ribbon. The maid of honor, Miss Helen eachko of Lcmont, wore a becoming avy blue chiffon velvet gown fash- incd with a long train, and a small latching turban. Her arm bouquet ·as .of pink roses, tied with blue rib- on. 'Dolores Manzella of Connellsvillc, ttlc nlc- · of thii bridegroom, was owcr clrt. She-Avorc. a quaint Ttrock flwhltc taffeta with a long train, nd carried a .lovely Colonial xjuquct. Her -Shirley Temple hat latched her gown.and was trimmed vith'long blue velvet ribbon stream- rs.,..- ..." . . :.. . Billy Cavlcllo, little brother of the 'tide;' was ring bearer. He was at- Ircd in a white satin suit nnd carried he ring on a white satin pillow. . Anthony Manzella of this city was ils brother's best man. After_,thc ceremony a wedding ireakfast "·; -.ttractlvo. appointments vas served at the home of the bride's jarents. Guests, including relatives if the two families, numbered one- tundred fifty.. The bridal table was lecoraled'.wlth. the bouquets of the ridc and her attendants, and a large veddlng cake, baked by the brldc- [room's. sister,. Mrs. Mary Paris of Connellsville, and adorned .with a miniature bride and bridegroom. A arge reception was held In the evening at the Caviello home. The bridegroom Is employed by he Household Furniture Company of Jniontown. Mr. Manzella and bride left Vcdnesday night for n motor trip to Connecticut. On their return they will reside with the bride's parents. They plan to go to housekeeping in he spring. CHARLES S. BUOWN, WIFE ' 3WARK GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Brown ot Perryopolis were honor guests at a G o'clock dinner given recently al the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Wells of Grindstone, in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. Covers wore Inld for thirty and appointments were carried out In gold ant Mr. and Mrs. Broxvn were married January 19, 1888, at the home of the latter in Washington township. Rev. A. E. Hustcd, then pastor of the Perryopolis Methoi Episcopal Church, officiated. They have resided at Pcrryopolis eve since. To the union nine children were born, seven of whom arc living. They arc: Mrs. Charles Slickel, James, Forbes, Emma and Eflle. all of Pcrryopolls; Mrs. Helen Woodburn of Pittsburgh and Mrs Wells of Grindstone. There are also thirteen grandchildren. Mrs. Brown' mother. Mrs. Rachel Tcggcrt, 0 years old, of Belle Vcmon, was un able to attend the anniversary celc brntlon because of illness. Mr. Brown, a son of the Inte Mr and Mrs. William Brown of Perry opolls, recently observed his seventy- second birthday and Mrs. Brown her seventieth. Both are hale and hearty. Br. Brown still care* for his farm on the outskirts of Pcrryopolls. VANDERBILT AUXHJAKy GIVES ASIATEUR PROGRAM An attractive amateur program featured the February meeting of the Junior Auxiliary to the Saturday BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PKESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities" I GBAS1' AN OPPO~RTUNITY FINESSING toward on A-Q-J combination Is usually of no particular value unless you ar« able to take tho fincsso twice. Such being tho case, It Is Important to tako advantage of your opportunities to make those two leads. Should you find yourself at one stage with the load In tho correct hand for tho finesse, consider carefully whether to try It at once If there Is any doubt about your getting two chances later. V J 9 6 4 4 8 4 + K Q 9 7 2 4 J 9 8 4 2 · A 102 + 652 + 63 4 7 6 5 3 V Q 8 3 + K 1 0 9 + A S 4 » A K V K 7 5 » A Q J 7 3 + J 1 0 5 (Dtnler: North. Neither »idc .vulnerable.) , j The opening bid on this deal was mode by South, who called 3-Dla- moncl. West puused and North bid 2-Clubl. After 2-No Trumps by South, North took the contract to 3-No Trumps. West started th« defenau by leading the spade 4. which South won with the K. He Immediately attempted to let up the club sxilt and East, of course, held off the Lrst two rounds. Declarer won the ccond round In the dummy and Incsscd tho diamond J, which held. He then laid dawn the diamond A and gavo up a diamond to East. East then cashed the club A and returned a spade. South cashed ill remaining diamonds but had to cad away from his heart suit As South could not havo mad* the contract without the diamonds, is well as clubs, and realizing that f tho club A was In the hand with two others Uiat It would bo held up until the third round, he should mve won .the first club In the dummy, taken a diamond finesse, then led another club and tried the flncsse again. In this way game would have been made. · · · Tomorrow's Problem 4 Q 4 V A K S 4 2 · J 9 4 3 + J S · . MILK PRODUCERS Sewmq Proiect /TO ELECT OFFICERS 1 A D D · j / SATURDAY NIGHT May Be Revived; / .... ----... Ruling Sought 4 K 7 V J 1 0 6 · 1 0 8 2 4. A K10 4 2 A 10 0 8 6 V Q 9 7 3 · 65 4 . 9 7 6 4 A J 5 3 2 · A K Q 7 * Q 5 3 (Dealer: East. Neither side vulnerable.) How should South play to mak« his contract ot 4-Spadcs 1 · IKES ENDORSE ARMSTRONG TO SUCCEED REID Continued from Pace One, the showing of the pictures Mr. Wheeler devoted some time to dc- Ulllng what has been accomplished, more of which will be given to readers at another time. The chapter voted to join with the Connellsvlllc Chapter of the Faycttc County Fish and Game Protective Association In raising SOO rlngncck pheasnnt-i. This work will start In May. Each organization will apply for 250 birds. Robert S. Cooper, county chairman for the observance of National Wildlife Restoration Week In March, talked of his plans and was given the i s i Commissioners Inspect Proposed Site of New Bridge at Bridgeport Sp«cUI to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 3.-Westmoreland County Commissioner.-. Frank Cochrim and Harry White were nt Bridgeport, near here, Tuesday to look over the site of a proposed new bridge to replace the present structure. The State has agreed to erect the span providing the county pays for the damages and surveyors have already completed considerable work. -,,., , , \'' so " ***"= ' nd « LEE ETTA LODGE MEMBERS WILL PLAY DINGO FEB. 16 Lee Etta Lodge No. 515, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, met Wednesday evening at the Baltimore Ohio Y. C. A. Houtine business was ransacted. It was reported that Mrs. Sophia Carlson ol Pittsburgh, a member, who had been, seriously ill, s slightly improved. Mrs.' Edith Fisher and Mrs. Nannie Handtord, who were iU/are bble'to be out." Ah exchange o£ comic valentines, bingo and hobo lunch were planned for-the next meeting on Wednesday evening, ; Fcbruary 10. Tuesday night nt the home ot Mm. Ellnnolr Hcrron ot Vandcrbllt. Miss Virginia Edwards was leader. The program was: "Tonjruo Twisters," MUs Jcannctte Love; "Epitaphs," Mrs. Jesse Brady; rending. Margaret Monaghim; trombone solo. Miss Grace Snj-der; limericks. Mrs. Helen Lynn; "Little Willie," Mrs. Marie Schrock; "Little Willie. 11," Mrs. Hazel Lcighty; multiflutc solo. Miss Nellie Snydcr; boners, Mrs. Gladys Beta. At the close of the meeting the hostess served n dainty lunch. A health program is scheduled for Tuesday night, March 1. Mrs. Helen Mulac will be hostess. erber to cooperate with Mr. Cooper n working out the program. The dca of Mr. Cooper was to turn the bscrvancc here over to the two portsmcn's chapters. The Fish nnd Game body was represented at the meeting^by its president, R. B. J Icads plls t tnc P i casant Valley Coun- ry Club and comes out onto the Conncllsville-Mount Picasant hlgh- vay at Murphy Siding, Bullskin ownship. MISSIONARY SOCIETY WILL HOLD TIIANK OFFERING The Women's Missionary Society of the First United Brethren Church will hold its annual thank offering meeting Friday evening nt 7:45 o'clock nt tho church. Mrs. H. C. Shlppy, thank offering secretary, will have charge of the program, her theme being "At Work Through Our Thank Offering." A playlet will bo given. The public Is invited. MOUNT UNION COLLEGE ' -1' ALUMNI DINNER FEB. 11 Thc-annual dinner of the Mount Union College: Alumni Association, which- alsOTcmbraces :"formcr _ Sclo College of Sclo, Ohio, will be held at the Congress of Clubs IrCP.enn'ave- nue,. Pittsburgh, : Friday "."."evening, February 11, at G:30 o'clock. There are numerous graduates of the two schools in this region. Mount Union ft at Alliance, Ohio. Meyersdale Girl Married. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mary Getty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Getty of North street, Meyersdale, and Ralph Trent of Somerset, the ceremony taking place last August. The bride attended Indiana State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. Trent will reside at Somerset where the former i« a salesman for tho Sipe Company. St. Anthony's Guild Meets. St. Anthony's Guild met at the home of Mrs. John Lewis on North Third,street.on Tuesday evening. A letter was received from tho Oak- rnont Orphanage, extending appreciation .for :thc work .done toward it during the past year.. After a business meeting, -cards were played. Prizes were awarded'to Mrs. D. E. Isola, Mrs. A. -D. "Ferrari and Miss Lavina Rivosccchi, Lunch was served. The next meeting- will be held at the homo o£ Mrs. A. Rivo- secchi in" two weeks. Licensed to Marry/ - William Edward Null pf Johnstown and Marie Mac Trimble of Indian Head ..and Glenn Arthur Hcintzclman · of New : Salem anc Nancy Mosella of Uniontown were licensed:.towcd at Cumberland. "Will Meet Friday. The Anna Duncan Mission Circle of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet Friday night nt the home of Misses Grace and Evelyn Gilpln at South Connellsvllle. Champion Couple Licensed. A marriage license was issued at Somerset to Glenn Lcmoyne Kuhns and Mary Agnes Geary, both of Champion. ... Slie'll Bo ..... Expecting EUDWERS Thfs is~just-n rcmind- piyjeliows;-that Feb- -runry-i4th-is-thc day when your thouglitful- noss is. put to test. So don't let her jdo\yn;nnd don't let yourself down . . order a lovely Viil- bouquet now! Oglevee Sons :.;:.,:.- -KLOHISTS -rrv. Crit'Flowers " ." """Designs 113 South Pittsburg Street -.":.. - - P h o n o 424 ...... Will Meet at Scoltdale. The True Blue Bible Class of th« Pcnnsylville Evangelical Church ; wil meet Friday night nt the home o Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ullery of Scott dole. -D. D. D. Club to Meet. Tho D. D. D. Club will meet Fri day night at the home of Mrs. Kelly Corvin in Vine street, South Con nellsville. . h ° us ./UNIONTOWN, Feb. 3.--In an effort to revive the Faycttc county sewing project, employing 516 women, county authorities and the district WPA headquarters through Administrator Lycll L. Butterrnore took steps Wednesday to secure legal opinions as to the financial rcsponsi-j bility. Controller Albert Montgomery said his ofllcc was not inclined to approve bills for the county-wide project until tho legal status had been approved. Mr. Butterrnore, after a conference with county oftl- clals, sent a request to Harrisbui-g for an official interpretation. The major question coming to the front was whether the county commissioners and the county were empowered to foot the bills ot the new county public assistance board. If the latter body is held responsible, then the State would have to make the appropriations, it was pointed out. In order to save the project, which has received $355,000 from the Federal Government for the employes and the costs of materials and equipment, Mr. Butter-more immediately contacted the legal department in Uarrisburg to obtain an opinion. Controller Montgomery likewise said he "was anxious to sec that the project was kept going, but that it is necessary to first determine if the county commissioners or the Public Assistance Board are to approve the bills." "I w'ill abide by. whatever opinion the attorney general's office hands down In the ·natter," Mr..Montgomery added. After the question of sponsorship is settled, the project could be revived within six weeks, it was learned yesterday. Commissioner John W. Rankin said the board, "as sponsors, would foot the bills for materials on the projects with wages being met through Federal funds." He added that "I am not opposed to these projects, and I am willing to aid in sponsoring them if the WPA will lend its cooperation." Annual meeting of the · Fayctlc County Millc Producers Association will be held Saturday night at 8 o'clock in the courthouse at Uniontown for the purpose of electing directors. · will have to be moved if the new bridge Is erected as planned. The bridge is located on Route G.4042. The bridge is on a macadam road that crosses a creek from Bridgeport into Hammondvillc in Faycttc county. The present span is about 50 feet long and is 14 feet above the water level. It Is a one-way structure. The rond on which it is located Vcisgerber. Progress was reported in plans or the annual banquet of the chap- cr February 24. It will bo at the 'irst Methodist Episcopal Church. President Weisgcrber appointed » ommittce composed of Charles W. Thomas, W. S. Stimmcl, J. ·Icdcalf and Roy B. Otto on nominn- ibn of ofllcers. It is to report at the March meeting. New members are being enrolled Ight along. Chairman Albert Nos- :hcse of the membership committee eportcd. The chapter accepted the offer of Scoutmaster Ralph F. Sliger of Troop 5, Boy Scouts, to have his boys check coats and hats of persons attending the annual banquet. Mr*. Anna Mary Hill Dies. Mrs. Anna Mary Hill, 61, wife of J. Pierce Hill of Manor and mother of Freeman Hill of Mount Picasant, died Tuesday in Westmoreland Hospital at Grcensburg. Reserve;! Meet Tonight. Captain Ira B. Coldren adjutant of the 394th Infantry, will be the instructor tonight nt 8 o'clock nt the meeting of the Reserve Officers Corps at the County Building In Uniontown. Notice. Local No. 213' will meet in Firemen's Hall Sat. morning, 10 o'clock All members requested to be present. --Advertisement.--3fcb-2t. Will Meet at Liberty. The Friday Night Q Club of Liberty will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. James Shaffer. Dr. Harry J. Bell in Philadelphia Hospital Dr. Harry J. Bell of Dawson is in University Hospital, Philadelphia, for observation and treatment The former State senator, who has been In ill health for some time, was discharged from Uniontown Hospital the latter part of last week after which he and Mrs. Bell left immediately for Philadelphia. Drops Dead in Street Near Uniontown Home TJNIONTOWN, Feb. 3. -- Frank King. 75, one ot the city's most prominent citizens, died Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock after he collapsed In front ot his home at 12 Johnson avenue while making one of his periodical business trips to local stores. Mr. King was a blacksmith here for 42 consecutive years, retiring from the business in 1920. He was born here May 22, 1862, a son of Captain Thomas G. and Emily Marietta King. Tie is survived by his wife, Mrs. Hester King, and a nephew. The funeral service will be held in the Johnston chapel on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be made in Oak Grove Cemetery. F. B. Galley Improved. Frank B. Galley of Vanderbilt, ill for three weeks "with erysipelas during which time he was bedfast, Is able to bo up and around the house. Drug Co. will giv« $1.00 worth of. medicine to each family Sn response to tills ad. W E W A N T every family to have a bottle of this grand old ln dian Herb medi cine. 1 To prove the value of thi* wonderful pleasant Catting product of N a t u r e , your , DruBgUt hat a- creed with our Laboratories to make you this liberal offer. In the treatment of Stomach, Gall bladder. Liver and Kidney trouble* you will be delighted with irt mild thorouRh results. Within eight hour* it will uiuaUy drive poiioni from the body that are black as ink. Rheumatic and NcuritU pains and achts Tv-ill as a rule start to disappear the Mcond or third day. Swcllingand stiffness usually require* eight to ten dose*. However, Bloating. Indigestion and Gas in the stomach ar« usually relieved with but one dose,. Regulation of the Bowels i» most important and you cut usually depend on full and' free elimination within eight to ten hours after taking the first dot* This special offer ii good Friday and Saturday as well u all next week, or until our present stock is exhausted.^ Each person will be limited to thrc* bottles as we want this special offer t» benefit as many families as possible.' You will receive the larfce 51.50 family sired (3 weeks treatment) for only 49c. The aavine of $1.01 to you b made possible by the co-operation of your Druecist with our Laboratory and! is good only while th'iSyprcsent stocki lasts. Sequoia Indian Kerbs is sold to/ ycu on an absolute money back'guar-i ·ntee. If you are not entirely satisfied! with results, your purchase price wOJJ be refunded. Mjiil orders IDc «tra .{ Drug Co. 112 South Pittsburg Street, Phono 339. Parkins Ticket Mistake Costly. CUMBERLAND, Md, Feb. 3.--Albert W. Alsip made the mistake of throwing a police ticket for illegal parking into the gutter. He paid a $10 fine for littering the streets-also $1 on the parking charge. Pythian Knights Tonight. Fayctte Lodge, Knights ot Pythias, will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in Odd Fellows Temple in South Pittsburg street. OUR ANNUAL FEBRUARY SPECIALS IN DRY CLEANING (From February 4th o February 18th, Inclusive) MEK'S- SUITS flflc 3IE"S OVERCOATS 70c NECKTIES, 8 for 23o MEN'S HATS _ ,, 50 c LADIES' PLAIN COATS . FUR TRIJD1ED COATS , ANY PLAIN DRESS ANY KNIT SUIT _..GOc ...,,. 70c OOc 70e We Call for and Deliver at No Extra Cost YOUR GARMENTS INSURED! OUK CLEANING GUARANTEED! SIMONS GASH GARRY GLEANERS PHONE 1065 t."7 IVest Craivford Avenue. . 021 "West Crawford Avenue Agents for Richman Bros. CIorhes-ALL $22.50 the best is Farmers' ... best in flavor/nourishment and vitamins . . . best for that perfect glow of health that means so' much! Be sure your entire family enjoys the benefits of a better, richer milk. For Health's Sake Make It A Family A f f a i r . . . . Drink Milk!, Phone 880

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