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PAGE TWO TFTE DAILY COURIER, CONNEI,LSVIt,LE. PA' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Tri-County Council ^WillMeetatDawsoh -Wednesday, May_4 rihe next quartcly meeting ot-thc. Tri-County Counctt-ol the. American Legion Auxiliary--will, bo held Wednesday, May Cat Dawson with tBb. auxiliary of tKat puce Jiostcssr Tfie department president; Mrs. Sally- Homer, will bo a guest. -- - TM Â·The council inct Wcdncs'day^atlUicl Mbnongahcla Hotel at' BrownsvllldT Tfie president, Mrs.-_"Clnra~Hoover, presided and one-^hundrccf--iwehty^ live wo./icn, representing"tho^yarious units of the council, were--present^ The morning session was glvi to; business. ~. z".". ~ .. -_S. Donald Conn, principal- of. the- junior high school-tnV-Brownsville, WTis the guest -speaker during the luncheon hour. He urged the co- oscxation of the auxiliary Â· in the problems of child welfare. ^Commander .E.. C. Nickel 6f A. Kramer Axton. Post of Brownsville gSve a talk, calling, attention to the part the American Legion and its auxiliaries have "played in solving many problems .which confronted the world and-arc continuing to do so. AT musical-a'n'd literary program was given. Rev." C. W.'Oreselc, pastor of tfie South Â· Brownsville Methodist Episcopal Church, pronounced tho Invocation and benediction. "Mrs. Dcpcllis Gallagher, president oÂ£_ -the Brownsville. auxiliary, Â· assumed the role of i hostess and-intro- duccd thei speakers. " - f-Mrs. Sarah Smith, Mrs. C. N. Mo Cjurc and Mrs. Winifred Cowan were present from the local auxiliary. Mrs. Smith was a delegate. -A banquet for the past presidents of ihe council will be held Thursday evening, February 24, at Charlcroi. "Â·~Lunch..was.scrved by the hostess, assisted: by~hci r 'daughters, Dorothy and LucillcY~and Eleanor Duke. s. THOMAS HERBERT FETED ON ANNIVERSARY ..'Mrs. Thomas Herbert of East Dawson was guest of honor at a surprise birthday party given at her home Tuesday evening, February 1, in observance of her 68th birthday. Assisting her in celebrating the event were 75 relatives and friends. Bingo and cards were played. .Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Harry Stillwagon ior first bingo and Billy Herbert, second. At cards the'first prize winner was Mrs. Mary Orbin and second Frank Williams. rH.unch .was served by Miss Helen Verne Herbert and Mrs. R. H. Davis, granddaughters, and Mrs. Bert Herbert, daughter-in-law. Assisting otherwise during the evening were ' Mrs. Frank Herbert of Connellsvillc, Miss Louise Budd and Mrs. James Endd of Dickcrson Run and Mrs. Earle Browcr of Dawson. 1/Utcr lunch Mrs. Herbert was presaged with'many gifts. Charlotte Moline, a niece, presented her with a beautifully decorated pink and white birthday-cake, reciting "A Birthday Greeting.""""' Doris Lee Colbert, also a^niecej^played a piano selection, "JÂ«ba."--She then-recited "Grandma's Valentine." The guests before parting sang "Happy Birthday." WILLING WORKERS CLASS OF LEISEN1UNG MEETS Ten members of the Willing Workers Class of the Lciscnnng Presbyterian Church and one guest were entertained Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Van Riggar. Dc- votionals were in chargo of Rev. VUlliam Hamilton, after which a business session was held. The president, Mrs. H. Hess, presided. Mrs. Thmas Bailey, chairman of the sick" committee, gave her roport. "Entertainment of the evening was iiv. charge of Mrs. Forrest - Wilson. Refreshments were served-"by the hostess, assisted by her "daughters, Misses Evelyn and Cora Belle. "Mrs. Robert Washabaugh" will .entertain the class Wednesday, March 2,.at hoVome at Lelsonring;-^--""- - "- GEORGITOHVER MARTIN," ~ ~ -".- : RUFFSD'ALE -MAN,-TO -WED -ilr. and^Mrs.-Charles" Greerie^oÂ£ Yukon "announce the engagement_pf their dauÂ£htcr,-._Miss Meredith Ann Greene,, tcH3eorgeOliver-Mnrtin,-50n of-Mr. Â·and;Mrsrrrhomas.^G.-. Martin of-_Rufl:sdafe. .The bride-elect--and her fiance-arc jfraduatcs;of Jhc South Huntingdon-Township -High -School. The. bridcgroomrelect is also a former student at Slippery Hock State Teachers College and was graduated. 3trom thc^Davey Institute oCTrce Surgery. He ii employed by thE West Pcnn Tree Surgery department. Ihe engagement wilLtcrminate in an; early spring wedding, r --. - - . IV. CLTJB 3IEEX: - : WITHOIISS-GKACE-REEnEK.: 3Ilss GracCKeeaer Avas;hdstess~at an-enjoyabKniCellnftorthc-A. K."W7 Club Thursday cvcnlng-at hcrlhome in-Robbiig- street " Auction -Bridge wasHhe Uvsrslon,~ffircp^rbTeT~of players participating in" the -games. High" club "prize was" wo'iTb"y Mrs. E." E.5Sly arid ~draw,-"by Â· Mrs. James PeTgh. MrÂ». r Leland S. Whipkey re- ccfyed the'Kigh guest award--and Mjss" Lynne Kiricell "low. A dainty lunch supplemented" the "games. The next meeting will be hold Thursday night, February 17, at the hume of Mrs. Aquilla White in Mor- roll avenue, Greenwood. MRS. IRA JAYNES HOSTESS TO GREENWOOD AID SOCIETY A-meeting of the;Ladies' Aid Society of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church - was held Thursday_ night _at_thc, home, of Mrs. Ira Jayncs/iGrecr.--street, .Greenwood. Mrs.' AJbert- Jones opened the mcet- Â·Â·witlr Scripture.-_Teadings._ The Lord's Prayer was;rcpcatcd in unison," and~the" aid hymn; "Jesus Calls JsJ' was Sung. .-,, . ;. ,, -Tbllowingrthe dfiVotionals Mrs.."W. E..DcBolt, president, took 'chargc-Of tho-meeting.' Plans were ."completed "fdr^Wo'-fifcmeh's niahquoVori Tues^lay eVeningT Fcbfuary~15,"-at~-thc ehurd--Jdinmgroorn, Ninth" _ ajreet, Twelve^mcmbers and- two---guests, Mrs. Sarah"iPierce-and_Mrs._ Davis ~ ~~ the evening- Mrs. r Mrs. -Scatty^: became WESTMINSTER CLASS PLANS ~ COVERED-DISH SUPPER The Westminster Class- of tho" First Presbyterian Church met Thursday evening at the home of Miss Alice Cropp in Chestnut street. Mrs. Charles R. Driscoll was co- hostess. The devotional period was led by Mrs. Carl Porter and the business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Donald Dull. Plans were made for a covered-dish supper to be served at the next meeting Thursday night, March 3, in the diningroom of the church. Misses Jeannctte and Ruth Love will have-charge of the March meeting. SIRS. ANNA M. HALL HEAD OF .TOLLY GOSSIPERS CLUB The Jolly Gossipers Club was organized Wednesday evening at a meeting at the home of Mrs. Anna Mary Hall on Park street with seven members in attendance. Ofllccrs were elected ns follows: President, Mrs. Hall; vice-president, Mrs. Dorothy Kcrr; secretary, Mrs. Alberta Kesslar, and treasurer, Mrs. Garnet McDowell. The door prize was won by Mrs. Beatrice Hosteller. A dainty lunch was served. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, February 16, at the home of Mrs. Hosteller at McCoy Hollow. SUCCESSFUL CARD. BINGO PARTY HELD BY P. H. C. The Protected Home Circle gave n well attended card and bingo party Thursday night at P. H. C. Hall. Prizes were won by the following: Five hundred--high, Norman Hav- erer; second, Grace Kcslar; third, Mrs. Laura Belle Sicslcy; bingo--high, Mrs. Sarah Stroup; second, Mrs. Susan Humbert; third, Mrs. J. A. Kcslar; special bingo--high, Norman Havcrer; second, W. S. Bowlin; third, Mrs. Willinm Bcatty; door- Mrs. Shallcnbcrgcr. RESERVE OFFICERS WILL GIVE MILITARY BALL Fort Necessity Reserve Officers Association will hold a formal military ball Saturday, Feb. 12, at the Uniontown Country Club in honor of Colonel and Mrs. Samuel Taylor of Butler. Colonel Taylor is commanding officer of the 39th Infantry with headquarters in Pittsburgh. The ball will be the opening affair in the Notional Defense week program and about one hundred couples of the R. O. A. members and their guests will attend. Junior Ushers Club Meets. The rcgular'mceting of the Junior Ushers Club of the First Methodist Episcopal Church was held Thursday evening at^thc church.- Following a short discussion of business, mcm- mcrs went to the gym .where games .were played. SIRS. VLOKA STIRl'A UEI'ORTS NATIONAL DEFENSE MEETING Mrs. Flora Stnpa, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, gave a splendid rcpoit of the thirteen women's patriotic conference on National Defense, held January 24-27 at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C., when the auxiliary met Thursday night at the V. F. W. Home, South Pittsburg street, for its semi-monthly session. Many members of the unit are planning to attend the thirty-eighth annual banquet of Walter E. Brown Post to be held Satuiday night at 8 o'clock at the diningroom of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. Pearl King and Mrs. Clara Sperry were reported on the sick list. Mrs. Arthur McCuskcr was the winner of the Variety Club prize and Mrs. Anna Urchasko won the special prize. The next regular meeting on Thursday evening, February 17, will be featured by a covered-dish supper at 6:30 o'clock. Members of the veterans' organization will be guests. EMANON CLUB ENTERTAINED BY MRS. RUSSELL VAUGH Mrs. Rurscll Vaugh entertained the Emanon Club Thursday night at her home in North First street, West Side. Two tables of bridge were in play. High prize was awarded to Mrs. Hugh Stillwagon and draw to Mrs. C. H. Weljgerbcr. _At the close of the games-the hostess served a dainty lunch. The next meeting will be he'.d at the home of Mrs. Earl Weaver in East Apple street. Attend Meeting at Brownsville. Four managers and 10 clerks of the American Stores Company of this city attended n meeting of the Pok- A-Dot Club held Thursday night at Brownsville for the purpose of initiating American Stores employes there Into the club. The managers, from the local stores included George C. Morcllo, Charles Stcfl, James Pujia and Joseph Donnadio. Banquet Postponrd. The banquet which was to have been given Tuesday night, February 15, at the home of Mrs. Una Morris, South Ninth street. Greenwood, for the Forward Class of the Greenwood 1'ithodist Episcopal Church, has been postponed to February 22 because of the firemen's banquet. "Forward Sisters" will be revealed. NaomU to Elect Officers. The Naomi Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Monday evening at the homo or Mrs. John P. Barbor of 515 Murphy avenue. Mrs. C. K. McKesson will assist Mrs. Barbor. Mrs. Charles E. Carson will have charge of the devotional period. Election of officers will take place. Why not a gift of JEWELRY Make it a personalized, lasting gilt . . . one tnnt will not only warm the heart NOW, but in the future, too . . . It need not be expensive for here you'll find n varied selection oÂ£ moderately priced gift Hems. 1 M. KURTZ Successor (o A. B, Kurtz, Jeweler 131 Weil Crawford Avenue. 1 OVVEXSDALE DANCING CLASS IS HONORED WITH"PARTY A large and successful party was lidd Wednesday afternoon at the Kccrention Center at Owcnsdale for the. OwensdaJe dancing clnss. Miss Dorothy Gabryszak oÂ£ Owcnsdale, Moss Dorothy Fasson of this city, teachers; Samuel Caliguire, tap daning instructor, and John Franks, accompanist, were in charge. Gamcb ^crc played and lunch was served. BE'AN INDIVIDUALIST! PHOENIX New Spring shades koyod to your costume and personality. "Scandal" -- a coppery beigo. 'Tease"-a glowing warm beige. Many others to harraonizo with your mood and ensemble. $1.00--others 79c to $1.35 HOSIERY HOOPER LONG BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBTITEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" ^KKVl',^^Tl^^I TWO LOSERS IF YOU HOLD the A, Q and J icf your trump suit, with one of those secondary honora opposite |thÂ« other one and the A, but do not rposscss the 30 or the 9, your best chance, usually, to avoid losing two tricks In the suit, consist* of Icail- 'Ing a small card towjird tho single honor. In fact, It Is Impossible to Jccep from losing one trick In the ault, and it Is easy jo lose two of them if you lead the single one toward the others. V A K 5 4 2 Â· J 9 4 3 + J8 Â« 10 9 8 S V Q 9 7 S # 9 7 f l *A J 8 3 2 *Q 5 3 (Dealer: Eaat. Neither side vulnerable.) After a pass by East, Sotith'n opening bid on this deal waa 1- Spade, West ovcrcallcd with 2- Clubs,. North. bid. 2-Hearta, South '3-Dlamonds, -North 4-Dlamonds and South 4-Spadcs. ! West caahed tho clubs A and K land then switched to the heart J, iwhlch waa won In the dummy with .the K. The spade Q was then led 'and won by West with the K. West returned the heart 10, which was won with tho A and the SIIM.L J finessed. ThH held, but the declarer was disappointed to find, upon cashing the spado A, that East still held a winning trump, so that 4,-Spadcs could not be made. With so many high cards missing In tho trump suit and able to afford only the loss of one trick In tho suit, tho declarer's best play was to have led a diamond to the South hand and then a low trump toward dummy's Q. With tile K In tho West hand, this play would have limited the opponents to capturing only one trick In that suit. Even If East had held the K, tho play would have succeeded, provided he did not hold all the top missing cards. Tomorrow's Problem 4 J10 V J04 Â· 1086 4 9 8 5 3 2 V K 7 3 Â· Q 4 3 2 Â·M V Q 10 5 2 J Â·5.AS63 (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable ) What Is the correct defense against South'a contract of 3-No Trumps? Hospital Patients. Carl Ilcrwick of Soufh street and Nettle Shipley of Mill Run have been admitted to ConnellsvilJo State Hospital for treatment. Notice. Local No. 213 will meet In Firc- men'.s Hall Sat. morning, 10 o'clock, All members requested to be present, --Advertisement.--3feb-2t. KIWANIS CLTJB WILL GIVE CARD PARTY FEBRUARY S The Kiwanis Club will give a card paity Tuesday night, February 8, at the Kiwanis rooms at the Carnegie Ficc Library. Contract-auction bridge and five hundred will be ployed. Will Meet far Practice. All membots of Friendship Temple No. 25. Pythian Sisters, are requested to jmcct Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock nt Elks Hall to practice lor initiation. Vandcrbllt Class Tonight. The Entrc Nous Class of the Van- dcrbilt Methodist Episcopal' Church will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Donnld Lynn at her home on Von- derbilt Hill. Three Boys Born. There were three male arrivals at ConncllsvilVe State Hospital overnight. A 'ton was born at 6:20 o'clock Thursday evening to Mr. and Mrs. John Osier of Dunbar, R. D. J; another at 4:28 o'clock this morning to Mr. and' Mrs. John Puhalla'ot 121 North Tenth street. West Side; and the third at 5:50 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Euficnc Murray of Painter street, South Conncllsvllle. Home From Morcantown. 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