The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1939 · Page 7
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February 17, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1935. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE SEVEN Certificates For Leadership School Grads Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 17.--Certificates for those persons who have completed the five-week course of the Leadership Training School conducted under the auspices of the Council of Christian Education of the Scottdale district will be distributed by the teachers to the individuals Rev. N. W. Shollenbprger was dean of the school, and the teachers were Rev. James E. Lutz, who taught the "Prophets and Their Message"; Miss Ethel J. Loucks, who had "The Child's Approach to Religion"; Harvey Daugheity, who taught "Guid- Jng Youth Groups"; and Rev. M. M. Enyder, who taught "How to Administer the Sunday Chuich School." The churches coopeialing were First Baptist, Church of Christ, Evangelical, St. Paul's Lutheran, Alverton Church of God, Pennsville Evangelical, Methodist Episcopal, Chapel Methodist, Alverton Methodist, Jacob's Creek Methodist, First Presbyterian, United Piesbyterian, Trinity Evangelical and Reformed, .First United Brethren, Owensdale United Brethien, Mount Olive United Brethren and Mount Nebo United Brethren. Devotional services were conducted each evening previous to the opening of the school by the following churches: Scottdale Methodist, Pennsville Evangelical, Trinity Reformed, Presbyterian and Alverton Church of God. Edwin Keister was school registrar. Party Postponed Week. The Valentine pcuty planned lor the Junior Legion Auxiliary Thursday evening was postponed until next Tuesday evening. Hours will be from 7 until 9:30 o'clock. Juniors eligible to join the unit will also be guests. There will be a business meeting, games and lunch. To Observe Holiday. Washington's birthday will be observed next Wednesday by the banks and the postofHce, all of which will be closed. Girl Scouts Have Party. Troop No. 3, Girl Scouts, held a Valentine party in the Scout rooms in the Eiks building Thuisday evening, with Nancy Franks, Marjorie Beadling, Mrs. Benton Jenkins and Dorothy Jariett as hostesses. The committees in charge were: Decorating, Louise Huntley, Mary Jane Uber, Betty, Shirer and Nancy Higers; entertainment, Patty Bixler, Patricia Younkins and Doretta Mathias. and refreshments, Nelda Cramer, Frances Skiles and Elinor.Merritt. Party Committee. Betty Shirey, LaVerne Sleighter, Mary Durstine and Wilda Clark comprised the committee in charge of the Valentine party held by Troop No. 1, Girl Scouts, Monday evening in the Scout rooms. Fellowship Night. ". Sunday school fellowship night was observed by-Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Sunday Sehool-Tues- day night at the church. · There was a business session, followed by entertainment which included the showing of photographs of the persons in attendance, many of them when they were babies. Afterwards, a lunch was served. Dinner at Church. The Women's Foreign Missionary Society ol the Methodist Episcopal Church held a dinner--in the-church Thursday evening. Washington Party. The Jubilee Circle of the Methodist Episcopal Church will hold a Washington birthday party at the church Tuesday evening. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities'' THE JUAIE REVERSE A LATE BID BY your partner of a higher ranking suit than the one for which you had shown a fit -- what could be a more logical force, in its natural meaning? Since your Inability to fit that suit would oblige you to go a level higher into the earlier suit, your partnei has by his bid taken full responsibility for your getting higher. If you pass such a bid, you are derelict in your duty to him, unless you mistrust him or have been unworthy of trust yourself on your caller turns. A 7 3 3 V 4 * Q 8 7 6 5 4 3 * 8 5 J 10 8 7 None A K Q J 1 0 4 2 A A Q 0 8 5 V A Q 9 · A K 1 0 0 * 6 * K 10 6 V K 6 6 3 2 * J 2 * B T S (Dealer: East. Both sides vulnerable.) With his splendid holding, East naturally opened here with 1-Spadc. This was passed to North, who bid 2-Clubs. East next .showed 2-Dla- monds and South 2-Hearts, a very fine Inferential call since the display of two other suits by East made it likely his partner might flt this. West was overjoyed to have a chance to bid, ahowing his harmony with his partner's hand at 3-Diamonds. North then proclaimed a fit for his side with 3-Hearts. At this stage East made a very strong bid, 3-Spades. By so doing, he took full responsibility for his partner going to four if he had to slip Into diamonds. Such being so, tie also took responsibility for West going to 4-Spades If ho had as, many as three cards for the rebid suit. But both South and West passed this and North raised to -4- Hearts, which East doubled. As It was. South made his contract, losing only two tricks In trumps and one in spades. Had West taken this out to 4-Spades, it could have been set only if South gave his partner a chance to ruff diamonds. Tomorrow's Problem · K 9 V J 7 · J 10 4 . A Q 1 0 9 7 6 3 A 10 4 V K 9 8 6 3 2 4 7 5 3 * J i * A J 8 7 6 3 2 V S · A K 9 G 2 j. None (Dealer: West. Neither side vulnerable.) If East bids hearts on this deal, North and South then bid all of the other suits, winding* up in 6-3pade3, and South along the way has made a fake cue-bid of hearts, why should West refuse to let that scaro him out of leading; that suit? Copjrisht 1939. far K.n£ Fs»hu« Syndicate. loc. Confluence P. 0. Vacancy Filled By Uniontown Man How to EaSe FIRST-- massage throat, chest, and back with Vicks VapoRub at bedtime. This relieves the distress. THEN-- to make its long -continued action last even longer, spread a thick layer of VapoRub on the chest and cover Trith a wormed cloth. LONG AFTER sleep comes. VapoRub keeps working-- loosens phlegm-- eases muscular soreness or tightness-- clears air-passages-eases coughing-- relieves local congestion. _ Of ten, by morn- %/l^fi/C Ing the worst of \S BV»ff\V the cold Is over. Jg VAPORUB CONFLUENCE, Feb. 17.--Bayard Listen of Uniontown was appointed by Postmaster M. M. Brooke to fill the vacant clerkship in the Confluence postoffice created by the lesignation of John I. Turney. Mr. Listen was an employe of the First National Bank'of Somerfield until it closed in 1932. He then located in Uniontown and has since resided there with his family. Shower for Mrs. Robert Kinney. A shower for Mrs. Robert Kinney was held at the home of Mrs. Harry Hanna Tuesday evening. The hostesses were Misses Mary "Whitney, Evelyn Austin and Helen Ogline, members of the Confluence High School teaching staff. Mrs. Kinney was the former Miss Dons Lyons and is also a faculty member. She received many nice and useful gifts. A Valentine Day lunch was served by the hostesses after bridge. Mrs. Helen Mack Reese of Uniontown was a guest. The Dramatic Club of the Christian Church presented "Mrs. Wigglesworth Gets Religion," a two-act comedy, in the church auditorium Thursday evening. - There was a ! large crowd-present. The proceeds will, be used-to_send young children of the .church to-. Camp Harmony, near Windber, this summer. In the cast .were Martha Beggs, Dorothy Beggs, Margaret Reeves, William Wable, Harry Hunter, James Johns and Hazel Johnson. Begin Quilt Making;. The Ladies Aid-J. O. L. Class started working on two quilts Tuesday^ the M. E. Church. The quilts are being made for Mrs. Ann Frazee, a member of the class. A lunch was served, each member present bringing a covered-dish. CONFLUENCE, Feb. 17.--The bi-monthly Bidge Club of Confluence met at the home of Mrs. Harry Hanna Monday evening. The hostess was Mrs. Doris Lyons Kinney. After games of bridge, a delightful lunch was served. Prizes were won by the following: Mrs. C. M. Bower, high; Miss Elisabeth Black, draw; Mrs. Frank Springer, consolation; and Miss Pauline Frantz, galloping. Guests were Mrs. N. I. McMillan and Mrs. Besr'3 Howell. There were 12 present. Birthday Surprise Party. A birthday surprise party was held for Miss Vivian Rederick in observance of her 17th birtfalay Tuesday evening. She received many gifts. A lunch was served by her mother, Mrs. Helen Rederick. Hospital Items, Mrs. John Hayden and infant daughter, Sandra Kay, and Mrs. Donald Weller and infant son, Don- eld, Darwin, all of Marldeysburg, were discharged from Frantz Hospital recently. Mrs. Howard Frantz and son, William Welfrey, were discharged recently- No new patients will be admitted to Frantz Hospital "while the owner, Dr. C. W. Frantz, is taking a month's vacation in Florida and Cuba. It will be closed until March 15. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burnworth, Thomas Rush, G. A. Frantz, Jr., J' R. Younkin and Junior Ringer were business visitors in Somerset Tuesday. Dick Chenoweth, who was a patient in Memorial Hospital in Cumberland Md., for several weeks, is now convalescing at his home in Oden street Tie 's a retired Baltimore Ohio Railroad conductor. Mrs. Charles Connor and daughters of Connellsville were visiting at the home of Mrs. Lottie Younkin Tuesday. Dr. G. B. Hopwood was a business visitor in Somerset Monday. Crowds Attend Minstrel Given By Dunbar Scouts D UNBAR, Feb. 17.--Large crowds attended the minstrel show for the beneflt o£ the Dunbar Boy Scouts, presented under the direction of Bill Percy and managed by J. D. Baker m Junior Hall Wednesday and Thursday evenings. The following program was presented' Opening chorus, "Alexander's Bag- time Band"; "The Cat Carre Back," by Raymond Provahce; "Only Star in My Blue Heaven!" Lulu Mancini; "I Must See Annie Tonight," by chorus; "Ferdinand the Bull,'.' by Walter Cair; "Ten Pins in: the Sky," by Nina Hair; "This Can't Be Love," by chorus; "Show Me the Way to Go Home," Bob nichter; "Shoe Shine Boy," Bob Williams; "Ten Little Bottles," Dam Pancella; "Louiville Lou," Ray Billman; "F. D. R. Jones," by Bill Percy; "Thanks for Everything," Dons Hair; closing chorus, "Back to Old Virginia." Novelty numbers rendeied were: Tap dance, Virginia Alexander; solo, Leo Riley; Dunbar Buckaroos, a tap number by Lulu Mancini; impersonations by Bill Percy and duet by Doris and Nina Hair. End men were Bill Percy, Lincoln Rugg, Dora Pancella, Pete Provance, Walter Carr and Bob Richter. In the chorus were Doris Hair, Lulu Mancini, Bob Williams, Nina Hair, Claud StiUwagon, Emily Leapline, Betty Baker, Regis Logan, Edison Strong, Norma Hardy, Mary Minerd, Allen Hair, Irvin Martin, Doris Baker, Elizabeth Watkins, Leroy Avey and Gertrude Watkins. Mrs. Nell Callahan was pianist and Donald Provance played the saxophone. Townscnd Meeting:. There-will be a Townsend meeting at Fechin _ chapel, near Dunbar, Tuesday evening. Talks will be made by Professor Wentzel and others. The meeting is open to anyone. The committee in charge is James T. Burhans, A. L. Smitley and John Stannis. Personals. Mrs. Willis Craig was a ConneUs- ville caller Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sofranko and daughter, Eleanor, of Umontown were recent visitors at the" home of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Sfero. Valentine Tea. A Valentine tea was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sinda Thorpe for the benefit of the Dunbar Mission. The decorations and lunch were in keeping with St. Valentine's Day. The members exchanged valentines. Raymond Hitchcock o£ Vanderbilt was a guest. News of Tri-Town Community Marakas, Munson In Inter-School Debate Special lo The Courier DAWSON, Feb. 17.--A temperance program will be presented Sunday morning at Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Sunday School. Articles on "Significant Shifts in the Liquor Problem" will be given by Miss Joanna Sl-allcnberger, Miss Peggy Bauer, Miss Roenna Shekel and Miss Betty Bauer. The program was arranged by the W. C. T. U. ' Cochran Class to Meet. The Sarah B. Cochran Class will hold its regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening in the social' auditorium. _ i Visiting Gospel Team. The Connellsville Subdistiict Epworth League gospel team will visit the Dawsou Epworlb. League Sunday evening. The team will take part in the evening church service. Personals. E. D. Brewer of Vandcrbilt was a Un.ontown caller Tuesday. Mrs. Ken H. Collins and daughter, Vivian Yvonne, visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Olmger of Mount Pleasant. Miss Collins also visited | Mr. and Mrs. Harold leonard. . George Marakas and John Munsor. of Connellsville are members of the John Marshall "Literary Society of Mercersburg Academy which will participate in a debate with the Washington Irving Society Saturday n^ght at I Mercersburg in the concluding byent of the annual midwinter wee"k-end celeEration. The debate topic will be "Resolved, That the United States Should Co- orrrate Vigorously With the Latin American and South American Countries to Ensure the Solidarity j of the Western Hemisphere." OflfOFSORB? "let-a 1* Amazing R»H«f far fton* Due to Sluaolsh Bowels If you thlnfc all l ' try tlua xatlv*. o mild, ttjorourb, ro- dblft relief from tired feeling when sick associated Without Risk u not deilqhtefl. refund the purchase KHkraaaa «aqg pm» QUICK RELIEF FOR flcID INDIGESTION Navy Educational Pictures Available The Navy recruiting station at Umontown has received word from Pittsburgh headquarters that the 16- millimeter portable motion picture outfit will be available'for this district from March 1 to March 7. The , movies are educational, showing Navy life aboard ship and ashore. The movies will be shown free of | charge by the Navy recruiting service lo schools, patriotic, and other organizations. Any groups interested are reijuested to get in touch with the Navy recruiting station. E. E. McDonald, formerly Baltimore Ohio Railroad station agent here and now retired and residing in Somerset, was a business visitor Thursday. ConneJIsville Fruit Mkt. 1S6 North Pittsburg- Street Phone 106. Connollsville Fruit Market Offers You the Best in Fruits and Vegetables nt low Prices'. Week End Specials FRUITS Sunkist Lemons, thin skin and full of juice doz. I9c Sunkist Oranges do*. 15c Florida Oranges doz. lOc Seedless Grapefruit doz. 35c Fancy Grapes !b. 19c Winesap Apples 8 Ibs. 25c VEGETABLES Solid Ripe Tomatoes Ib. lOc Eggplants 2 f o r l 5 c Fancy Hothouse Rhubarb Ib, lOc Leaf Lettuce 2 Ibs. 19c Also Mushrooms, Cucumbers, Pascal Celery, Lima Tieans, tringless Beans, Peas, Kadlshes, Green Onions, Avocado Pears, Tirussell Sprouts, Broccoli, Green Peppers and many others. SEE OUR DISPLAY BEFORE YOU BUY! ~\Ye Deliver: Phone 10G ORGED TO CLEAR OUR SHELVES AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES! Cotton SHIRTS Broadcloth SHORTS 2oc grade 20 SUITS In this lot you will nfid suits that sold as high as 515. $1.95 HATS $1.00 Ne\v felt and wool hats in. different shades. Regular $1.95 value. OXFORDS One lot. Styles and sizes for men and boys. Sold G*"t OP* to $1.95 - Now *P-«-« " arEN'S WORK SHOES $1.29 $1.79 $2.19 PANTS 8 or. Cottonade 79c 1.95 Moleskins 1.15 $1.95 Breeches 1.19 $1 Boys' l.ongies 69c H. W A R S H A L OUTFITTED FOB MEN A N D BOSS 134 North Pittsburgh Street New Spring Sweaters . \j By MCGREGOR They're new-They're smart-They'i Pull-over, button or zipper style choice in a variety of new spring shades tans, grays and greens. $1.95, $2.95, $3.95, $5.00 different! ake your Blues, THE NEW SPRING TOPCOATS ARE HERE! "Beau Brummell" Sportstown Woo! Ties $1-00 SIMMONS Are featured in our Great February Sale. Your chance to own good bedding and know the health that comes from restful, sound sleep. Just Received A s ' ee our complete line of r i · r '-^aagSfrrr : Simmons Beds, 3I.it- Carload ot ...^pS^^^^^.,. tresses, Springs, Studio Simmons Bedding! Couches. THE BEAUTYREST IS A DIFFERENT MATTRESS . . . Most mattresses look alike-but it's the inside story that counts. Beaatyrest's Pocketed Coils are not joined like a spring of many coils fastened so that they move together. Instead, they are free to adjust themselves to the'weight and shape of each part of the body. Millions of satisfied sleepers have made Beautyrest the world's standard for comfortable sleep. Its luxury costs so little--only Ic a night more than the price of an ordinary j?OQ CJA mattress an investment in health Simmons Deep-Sleep Mattress Simmons Pull-Easy Studio Couch Deepsleep is the finest quality. . and comfort value in its price. Improved inner-spring construction with 299 coils. Simmons Slumber King Mattress $24.5O Has 242 finely tempered coils. Pre-built border is quilted. Sanitary French edge. Choice of colors. Simmons Bed, Spring and Mattress $19.95 A nietal bed, full or twin size, coil spring and cotton mattress, priced special for the sale. Smart modern style at a budget price. Opens at rear into twin beds or a double. Choice of fabucs Save on Coil Bed Springs Tempered SteeL quality -- worth much more than our February price Inner Spring: · Mattresses^ At a Saving! Hundreds ot coil springs make this one of the most .comfortable mattresses, im- TOBBi.VTrrW.iiSSfflS' a, Metal Beds as low as AH Cotton Mattress All cotton filled, and covered in durable quality ticking. Available in "full or twin size -- $5.95 ,'ood Spool Bed - $12.95 _J. omes in walnut finish, twia size. : real beauty.

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