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x-AUE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. FRIDAY,-FEBRUARY 17, 193D. (Adeline Candiloro Â· Weds Monessen Man 'Â· At Church Ceremony By LYNNE B. KINCELL Helen C.Patterson to Wed-Dr;fted Tuesday Evening at First Christian Church - At 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, February 21, Miss Helen Cooke Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith Patterson oÂ£ Brookvale, will become the bride of Dr. Fred Lee Norton of Pittsburgh and Belle Vernon, son of Mrs, Irene K. Norton, of Pittsburgh. The wedding will take place at the First Christian Church with the pastor, Rev. Merrill L'. Cadwell, officiating. Mrs. Cadwell will play the nuptial music. ' Â·' Mrs. V. M. Bair of Belle Vernon will be matron of honor and Miss Analou Patterson, sister of the bride- elect, and Miss Annabel Strang of Swissvale will serve as bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaid will be Shirley Patterbon, sister of the bride-to-be* Robert K, Norton of Washington, p. C., will be his brother's best man. Dr. V. W. Ban- of Belle Vernon, Willard F. Norton ,oÂ£ Pittsburgh, brother of the bridegroom;elect, Harold Toner and Vy,n V. Holey, both of Belle Vernon, will usher, 7: The ceremony vwriir be supplemented by a recp.ption at the Pleasant Valley Country.Club for members of the two families and a few. dose friends. "". - Honoring Miss - Patterson, Mrs. Charles E. Anderson," formerly oÂ£ Connellsville, wa; hostess at a bridge miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at her home at Dawson. Three tables of guests participated in the games. High prize was received by Mrs. William Herron of Vanderbilt. The guest prize was awarded to the honoree, who was also showered with many lovely gifts. -. After the games a tasty lunch was served by the hostess, attractive appointments being symbolic of the occasion. Among the guests were Mrs. J. -Earle Hlldebrancl and Mrs. Ralph Â·Davidson of Co-mellsville and Mrs. Â·Frank N. Anderson of Belle Vernon. Outstanding Program Will Be Given Before Culture Club Monday A pretty wedding took Wednesday morning at St. place Rita's Church when Miss Adeline Ar.geline Candiloro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Candiloro of North First street. West Side, became the biide of Robert J. Aleason of Monessen. The ceiemony was performed at 8 o'clock by the pastor, Rev. Henry DeVivo, in the presence of a number of relatives and friends. The altar was banked with pink and white gladioli and snapdragons. Henry Rulli, church organist, played the nuptial music and Michael Sapanaro sang "Ave Maria." The children's choir sang nuptial mass. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Frank Candiloro, Jr., wore a duty pink wool crepe ensemble with Suez pink accessories. ELECTION, INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS TAKE PLACE AT AUXILIARY MEETING Election ol officers, followed by an installation, took place at a meeting of Mil.tants, held Wednesday nighL at Odd Fellows Temple. Officers elected are- Past president, Mrs. Grace San- ncr; president, Mis. Mavy Richcy; vice-president, Mrs. Eva Patterson; chaplain, Mrs. Cariie Errett; tecre- tary. Mrs. Martha Strawn; treasurer, Mrs. Eflic Graft: offlcer| oE the day, Mrs. Emma O'Neil; officer oÂ£ the 'Emanon Club Holds 20th Fete at ^ l e a _ Room Will Meet Tonight. The monthly meeting of the V/ill^ ing Workers Class of the South Con- nellsviHe Evangelical Church will be held tonight at the home of Miss Virginia Groah, llyndman street. Organized twenty years ago, the Emanon Club celebrated the occasion with a beautifully appointed chicken dinner Thursday night at Crawford Tea Room, South Pittsburg blieet. The attract.vc table was centered with a vase of varicolored sweetpeas and adorned at either end with Legion Auxiliary to Meet. | The American Legion Auxiliary i will meet at 7:45 o'clock Monday night at the Legion Home. OANCE Crystal Ballroom Â· IFAIRBANKS Saturday, February 18 FRANK LOMBARDO AND HIS O CS _ ORCHESTRA ooc _ A .^ iss ,- on _ guard, Mrs. Eva Lake; [pianist, Mrs. ] slender green tapers in crystal hold- An .outstanding program has been 'arranged for'the semi-monthly meeting of the' Woman's Culture Club to be held Monday afternoon at the club ( rooms at the Carnegie Free Library, j Her corsage was of orchids and Members may bring guests. Mrs Â· '-"-- -' "Â·- Â·Â·-"-- --' -*"Â· "-"Â·Â·Â· ! " rf Stanley Stebbins McGuire, talented reader, of West Elizabeth will give a selected "reading,. "The Abandoned Elopement," by'Joseph C. Lincoln; a monologue, _.'.1A "..Fried, in Need," by Mary Kyle Dallas, and a play, "The Valiant," by Holworthy - Hall and Robert Middleniass. - -Mrs. McGuire spent ten years as a'reader and director ol plays in almost every state in the United States.- A rare treat is_in store for all who hear her Monday. Mrs. Carl T. Anstine has arranged a fine mu'sicarprogram. The meeting will begin at 2 o'clock with -a business session. Mrs. B. H. Willard, president, will preside. The program will be presided over by Mrs. Clarence. L. MacDonald, chairman of the drama, art and literature committee! C. L. B u t t e r m o r e s -Will Celebrate;. 61st Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Buttermore win observe their sixty-first wedding anniversary Sunday, February 19, at their home near Gilmore's Mill. They will be "at home" from 2 to i o'clock to their friends. Mr. Buttermore is i i years old and Mrs. Buttermore, 83. They have five children, Henry Buttermore oÂ£ New Salem, Fred S. Buttermore oÂ£ East ConnellsvilJe, Smith W. Buttermore of Snydertown, Mrs. W. A. Leighliter and Mrs. W. G. Fosbrink, of near Gilmore's Mill. "FUN NIGHT" IS ATTENDED BY RECORD BREAKING CROWD "Fun night" Wednesday evening at the Connellsville Recreation Center met with splendid success. There "was an overflow audience, nearly 400 persons enjoying the following program: Community singing, led by Mir. 'Caliguire. ' Dancing dolls, featuring their sailor number. Short skit, directed by Richard Foote. Slight of hand-tricks. 'Â· Another short sJcit by Mr. Foote. Â·[ Demonstration of folk dancing by the dancing dolls. ' At the dose of the program the Â·audience joined in folk and ball room dancing. Kelso Atkins, general chairman of the program, plans 'event a weekly one. to make the ttJXHERAN WOMEN GIVE WASHINGTON HEADINGS ';, The Ladies Bible "Class of Trinity Lutheran Church-met Thursday evening at the social room of the church, -; Fine readings concerning George Washington, whose birthday is February 22, were given. Mrs. Herman Stang had charge. -. Lunch was served by a committee composed of Mrs. J. B. Marietta, Mrs. William H. Miles, Mrs. Cora Mossholder and Mrs. Stang. D. A. R. Will Give Luncheon Wednesday; W. G. Davis Speaker In observance of Washington's Birthday, Philip Freeman Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution; win.give, a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon, February. 22, at Crawford Tea Room, South Pittsburg. street. ,W. G.". Davis, superintendent of,schools,, witL be the guest speaker.~" ' .'." . Reservations must;, becrmade by Monday. .evenlng~^vlth Mrs."S. L. Balsley, telephone.:831-J,.or Mrs. Edward .Baer, .telephoneU.586. lilies of the valley and she carried a prayer book and rosary. Miss Louise Isola, maid of honor, was attired in an old rose ensemble with wine 'accessories. Gardenias formed her corsage. Frank Candiloro, Jr., served as Mr. Aleason's best man. The ceremony was supplemented by a wedding dinner at the home of the bride, places being laid for members of the families. A.color motif of pink and white was carried out in the table appointments. The centerpiece was a beautiful wedding cake topped with, a tiny bride and bridegroom. The bride attended the Conriells- villo High School and is popular among her many friends. The bridegroom, a graduate of the Monessen High School, is assistant foreman for the Pittsburgh Steel Company at Monessen. The couple left Wednesday afternoon for a short wedding trip lo Cincinnati, Ohio. On their return they will be at home in Chestnut street, Monessen. For traveling, the bride chose an orchid crepe princess dress and the bridegroom's gift, a squirrel coat. Her accessories were Charlotte Shaffer. Installation was in charge of Caplain Julius Molnar, assisted by Captain Smith and Major Peter Lake, both of G ensburg; Major Small o[ Jeannette, Major Lloyd Fisher and Lieutenant J. W. Prinkey at Con- nellsviilc. A social session followed. Lunch crs. After the repast, the women assembled in the livmgroom where the remainder of the evening was spent. Mrs. Russell Vaughn read an interesting history of the club which is one of the city's oldest social organizations. There are nine members ft the present. was served. Music and dancing weic! Bridge was played, high prize being the diversion. Visitors were Charles O'Neil Donora, Mrs. Bertha Taylor Greensburg. of V. F. W. AUXILIARY MUSICAL PROGRAM GIVEN -AT LEISENRING-CHURCH A musical p"fograrn."was presented under the direction "pi "-Miss-Florence Wilkey at the- Leisenring Presbyterian Church "Thursday---evening. Hev. William Hamilton, pastor, presided as master of ceremonies. The musical was given by the Willing Workers Class to raise money to pay for alterations made in the church kitchen. The program included several numbers by the orchestra composed of Marian Snyder, Doio- thy Whittaker, Betly Mitchell, Jean Fuehrer, .Ruth DeChambeau and Florence Wilkey. Other numbers MEMBERS ENJOY SUPPER A 6 o'clock covered-dish supper preceded 1 the regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wjrs, held Wednesday night at V. F. W. Home. I received by Mrs. Earl F. Weaver and of draw by Mrs. Frank Freeman. The door prize was won by Mrs. Hugh Stilhvagon. Mrs. Weaver will entertain the club Thursday ex'cnmg, March 2, at her home in East Apple street. :\fKS. LELAND S. WHIPKEY HOSTESS TO PHILATHEAS Mrs. Loland S. Whipkey was hostess at the montnly meeting of the Mrs'. Flora Stirpa, president, was! Philathea Class oÂ£ the First Christian in charge ol the business session at which it was announced that Mrs. Anna Dill, who fell and broke her hip, and Mrs. Rose Cunningham, a patient at the Connellsville State Hospital, were icported to be improved. The auxiliary voted to give a cash donation to the Scotland Orphans School at Scotland, Pa. After the business meeting games were enjoyed, prizes being awarded to ,VIrs. Margaret Pickard and Mrs. Lottie Burrows. Miss Ora Hawk patriotic instructor to fill a vacancy Church Thursday night at her home in Edna street. The meeting opened w.th a hymn, "Bughtdn the Corner Where You Are." Mrs. Roy B, Otto conducted the devotionals, her subject being "The Peril of Power." Prayer was offered by Mrs. James Charlesworth, who also conducted a short and impressive memorial serv- ic-- for Mrs. Ina Moss.' It consisted of silent meditation and "Until Our Ships Have Crossed INTERESTING MEETING the Bar," read by Mrs. Charlesworth, appointed ' and a solo, "Shadows," sung by Mrs. 1 Frank Showman, with Mrs. Whipkey at the piano. The business session was in charge EVELYN AND MARY. WHORIO HAVE BIRTHDAY PARTY Evelyn Joan and Mary Arm Whoric, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John H." Whoric of East Fairview avenue, were honored with a birthday party Thursday afternoon at their home. Evelyn Joan was nine years old February 15 and Mary Ann will be eight years old Saturday. The house was attractively decorated-in keeping with the Valentine season, with red hearts pierced with white arrows forming the outstanding appointments. Games were played throughout the afternoon with prizes being awarded to Cora Lee Driscol), Harold Dull, Billy Dawson and Janet Wall, last named of Uniontown. Later lunch was served by Mrs. V.rhoric, assisted by Miss Beatrice Bower, Miss Peba Pore, Mrs. Annie Kotch and Mrs Nick Cavalcante, the last, of Uniontovn". A large bouquet c" spring floweis formed the centerpiece and slender red tapers in crystal holders were placed at either included a saxophone solo by Betty | en( j of the tj, b i e . Miniature hearts, Mitchell; vocal solo, Mrs. Jean Burkholder; marimba Â· solo, Florence Wilkey; vocal solo, Susan Weisgerber; reading, Jean Sullivan; bell duet, Ruth DeChambesjt_and Florence Wilkey; saxophone arid" marimba duet, Betty Mitchell and'Florcnce Wilkey. Marian Snyder was accompanist for all numbers. A request was made to have the program repeated at Leisenring No.' week." Z. mext l With Mrs. G. H. Reagan. ." A meeting 'of the -Gleaners Class of the First United" Presbyterian Church will bo held at 7:45 o'clock .this evening at the home of. the teach- -er, Mrs. George H.- Heagan, -South ,Eighth street, West Side. GRANDDAUGHTER OF OHIOPYLE WOMAN ENGAGED TO MARRY Announcement" is made of the engagement of Mios'-Velma Stricken- burg, ^daughter of Mrs: J.'G. Strick- eriburg" of East 'Cleveland, formerly of .Unlontown, and .Ralph Bolyneaux Holah, son of Mrs.'John T. Holah of Terrace road, East Cleveland. '"No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Strickenburg is a granddaughter of Mrs. E. S. Jackson of Ohiopyle. A graduate of'National Park Seminary, Washington, D. C., she has been employed in the' tifflce oÂ£ Newton D. Baker. Pre-Lenten Dance SLOVAK HALL ConneHsville, Pa. Saturday, Feb. 18th . Music by TAJC'BHOTHEHS Admission: Gents 40c Ladies 35e wrapped with red cellophane papei and tied with white ribbon, were favors. The honored guests each received a birthday cake covered with white frosting and bearing red candles in white rosebud holders They alio received many lovely gifts. Guests were Joan Ball, Joan Whipkey, Barbara Kay Fisher, Marilyn Anstine, Gwendolyn Mannch, Mary Ann Ranker, Dennie Rose, Mary Ann Porter,' Wilma Hartman, Shirley Cropp, Shirley Chinn, Jacquelyr Benedict, Jean Spring, Richard Ma- lonc, Minerva Pirl, Patricia Ann Rulii, Billy Dawson, Robert Mahoney, Delores, Antoinette and Valeria Kotch, Charlotte Sue, Clifton Nancy and James G. Driscoll, anc James Cavalconte of Uniontown. Win Meet Tonight. The Christian Culture Class of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet at 7:45 o'clock this evening at the home of Mrs. John White Painter street, South Connellsville. IF YOU FEEL SUNK Read this and cheer up Arc you BO blue tht life ia no longer worth Ilvine? Do you cry easily? Doyoufeellow, mo TM?' d .Â°PÂ«8Â«d--jmt abiolutcly SUNK? 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IS HELD BY SHILO LODGE Shilo Lodge No. 103, 1/adies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Tminmen, held an interesting meeting Thursday night rt the Y. M. C. A. There was a large attendance oÂ£ members. T\vo new members, Mrs. of Mrs. Ross J. Medcalf, president. The meeting closed with the MÂ«p?h benediction. A short program followed. It was Piano solo, "Meditation," Lois Jean Angle; vocal bolos, "The Umbrella Man" and "Woman in the Shoe," Janice Sharp; vocal solo, "My Own," 206 N. Pittsburg St, Phone 679 Nannie Greer and Mrs. Bessie Ship- Mls _ Frank ' w _ showman. Mrs. ley, were received. A committee consisting of Mrs. Frances Christ, Mrs. Gertrude Lincoln, Mrs. Anna Brown, Mrs. Stella Dushaw and Mrs. Jessie Brant, to arrange a program for the next meeting. The business meeting \ras followed by a delicious lunch. Appointments were in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. Mrs. Mnbel Wagner was in charge of the lunch. Winner of Prize. Mrs. W J. Shaffer of Scotldale was awarded a prize for five hundred at a card party given Tuesday night by Miss Marjorie King at her home at Greensburg to announce the marriage oÂ£ her sister, Mary Florence King, to John McCaulley of Jeannette. The coiemony took place October 11, 1938, at Rockville, Md. Whipkey was the accompanist for the vocal numbers. Lunch was served by Mrs. Whipkey, Mrs. Ross- W. Showman and Mrs. Ruth Shaw. r. H. SMITHS HONOR ' GUESTS WITH DINNER Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Smith gave a dinner Sunday at their home in South Pittsburg street in honor of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steele of New York City, who celebrated their silver wedding anniversary. The occasion also marked the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Smith. A mound oÂ£ sweet peas centered the table, while silver tapeis in crystal holders were arranged at either end. Out-of-town guests \veic from Greensburg, Pittsburgh, Johnstown and Fairchance. Be a Tailored Girl and be smart for spring. 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