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PAGE TWO. THIi, U A I U V U U U K l F J l t , UUIMM t,L,L,SV 11_,L,1!;, FA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1009. By LYNNE B. K.INCELL Dinner Dance Will Mark Reunion Of Class of 1934 Saturday, March 25 Si- Saturday, March 25, a dinner dance will be given to mark the initial reunion of the Class of 1034 of tnc Cor.nellsville High School, it was decided by the general committee at a meeting Sunday afternoon at the home of Miss Martha G. Driscoll in Sycamore street. Harold Sager, president, and general chairman presided. Committee chairmen were appointed as follows: Contact--MIES Eugenia M. Dick and Miss Driscoll; tickets-Hubert S. Craig and Miss Carmel Caller; guests -- Miss Virginia Scott; dinner--Miss Jeanne VanNatta; transportation--Francis DeMarco; music--Miss Nettie Lee Whipkey, and decorating, Miss Louise Heavner, George Bowman and Melvin Wingrove. Committees will be appointed and members of the class contacted this week. All are requested to reply promptly. A meeting of the general committee will be held Sunday at 3:30 o'clock ot the home of Harold Sager in Smithton. C. B. McCormick, Veteran Employe Of Courier, 76 C. B. McCormick of Poplar Grove, Â·veteran employe of The Courier Company, was 76 years "young" Sunday Although no special celebration was planned in honor of the event, "Uncle Charley" as he is familiarly known among some of liis fellow employes v/as presented with gifts, including a large birthday cake bearing the inscription, "Happy Birthday," flowers other remembrances and cards conveying birthday greetings and good wishes. Last October Mr. McCormick rounded out his 50th year as a member of The Courier family. CHRISTIAN CULTURE CLASS PLANS ALL-DAY QUILTING The Christian Culture Class of the First United Presbyterian Church me Friday night at the home of Mrs John White at South Connellsville There was a good attendance. Mrs A. E. Lowery was in charge of th business session. The missionary committee displayed the top of a qui! which will be quilted at an all da; meeting to be held Thursday, Marc! 9, at tr-Â» church. A social hour, featured by games was enjoyed. The committee con sisting of the Mrs. S. L. Beeghley Mrs. Ruth Barbour, Mrs. Howan Adams, Mrs. William Johnson an the hostess served lunch. The next meeting will be held Fri day evening, March 17, at the socia room of the church. First M. P. Meeting. The Onward Class of the Firs Methodist Protestant Church wi meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night a the home oÂ£ Mrs. Charles Harvey 1316 West Crawford avenue. Th committee consists of Mrs. Jess Whipkey, Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. Kern Mrs. Guy Shaw, Mrs. Eowe and Mr CosseL Â· A meeting of the f. O. M. Class scheduled for 7:30 o'clock Tuesda night at the church. Girls' Mission Circle will meet 7 o'clock Thursday evening at th home of Mrs. Nevin Berkey on th Connellspille-Vanderbilt road. A meeting of Girls' Mission Circ 5 will be held Thursday evening a the home of Miss Lois Benford, Sout Ninth street, Greenwood. The tim is 7:45. Visitors are welcome. Mr. nd Mrs. N. B. Athey will en tatain the W. W. Pickett Class Thurs day night at their home. TJniontown Couple Married. Miss Selma Regina Nara, daugh ter of Mrs, Hegina Nara of Union town, and Frederick J. David, so ol John David of Uniontown, wer married Sunday morning at S George's Church, Uniontown. Hev Msgr. N. Hayek, pastor, performe the ceremony. The bridegroom i associated with the - advertising dc partrnent of the Fayette Publishin Company, Uniontown. Aitheran Missioners Plan Friendship Tea For Thursday Night Local Missionary Women Will Join In | World Day of Prayer i The Conncllsville Federated Missionary Societies \v ill join m the obtc. Vcincc of the annual World D t iy of Prayer Frday. An all-day meeting will be held st the First Methodist Protestant Church with missionary societies of the different churches Pui ticipatmg. The morning session will open at 10.30 o'clock and dcvotionak will be in chatge of the iVomen oi the First Christian Church, First Pietbytenan and Tr:mty Lutheran churches. A business session with the president, Mrs. J. L. Proudfit, presiding, will be held at 1:30 o'clock At this time a president, vice-president and Asks No-Vote Tax chorister will be elected. The theme ol the program, beginning at 2 o'clock is "Let Us Put Our Love Into Deeds and Make It Real." Women of all churches wll take pait in thp devotionals. Women ol the First Baptist, F.rst United Brethren and First United Presbylc-idn churches will have charge oÂ£ Hie four interdenominational missionary pio- jects--Women's Union Christian Colleges in the Orient, directors of religious works in the United States Indian schools, Christian literature for use in mission areas and the Christian service in migrant labor camps in the United States. The program which will be used Margaret Ncal Miss Margaret Nca.1, 26, only -woman member of the New Mexico House of Representatives, is sponsor of a law which would compel every registered voter in the state to cast a ballot on election day or pay fine of from $5 to $25. Invitations have been issued by the Women's Missionary Society of Triny Lutheran Church for an India Â·iendship tea to be held at 8 o'clock hursday evening at the social room t the church. The tea will inaugu- ate the mission study classes which ill be held duiing Lent. A fine program has been arianged nd later in the evening a silver of- ering will be taken. Committees for le affair are: Refreshments--Mis. L. S. Hobbins, lairman; Mrs. E. H. Garner, Mrt. L. Silcox, Mrs. Earl Henderson, Xrs. E. C. Camp, Mrs. C. J. Ellis, Irs. W. R. Scott, Mrs A. Â£. Peterson, pared by a group oÂ£ young women oE I curred December 16, 1938, when a NEWS OF THE COURTS Special u rhc Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 20.--Inques was conducted by Coroner S. A. Baltz into the death of Earlc Douglas by all missionary societies was pre- j Owen, 52, of New York which oc- rtrs J. G. Cunningham, Mrs. J. E Collins, Mrs. Mabel Barnhart, Mrs. da Sheeser, Mrs. J. H. Bittner and tfrs. Charles Stefl. Decorating and dining room--Mrs. Janicl Durie, chairman; Mrs. L, J. Moorman, Mrs. H. C. Hoffman, Mrs. . B. Marietta, Mrs. Harry Sheelz and Sirs. Karl K. Kramer. Program--Mrs. W. H. Hetrick, halrman, Mrs. E. R. Floto, Mrs. H. L. Silcox. Property--Mrs. J. B Marietta, chairman; Mrs. L. W. Carpenter, Mrs. O. H. Silcox and Mrs. A. W. Young. Girls of the Dorcas Mission Circle ompose the serving committee. BARBARA HUMPHREY FETED ON Barbara HER 12TH Humprhey BIRTHDAY was feted Saturday evening at a lovely party given at her home in East Cedar the Presbyterian Church of the United States, who meet together monthly for the preparation of helps for the development of the bpintual life. Those planning to attend both sessions are asked to bring their noon lunch. Bethany Alumni Arranges Dinner, Dance for March 4 car on a Baltimore Onio Railroad became ignited near the Connellsville passenger station. The jury in its verdict, found the victim 'came to his death from injuries ccived when he fell or jumped from a moving Baltimore Ohio Railroad train when the car in which he wa riding became ignited when an 01 lamp in the car exploded, setting fin to the car nnd its contents." Contrary to the usual verdict, the coro The alumni of Bethany College living In this section has arranged for a dinner the evening of March 4 at Lazy Hour Ranch, to be followed by br.dge, five hundred and dancing, avenue by her parents, Mr. and Mis. Mrs. Edward F. Clark is m charge i. H. Humphrey, in observance of ! of arrangement, according to notices " sent out by President Paul Shank of the organization. Reservations must be made on or before March 1. Attorney Arthur A Brown will be toastmastcr. There will bo n number of short talks, but no set speeches. her twelfth birthday. Twenty guests were in attendance. Chinese Checkers and Ferdinand ;he Bull were played throughout the evening, after which dancing was enjoyed. Later lunch was served by .he honoree's mother, assisted by two daughters, Misses Katherinc B. and Virginia. Barbara was presented with a bcautifuj.,cake covered with white frosting and decorated with twelve green candle holders bearing lighted pink candles. The honored guest received numerous lovely gifts. COTERIE CLUB TO MEET WITH MRS. C. H. KEMP The Coterie Club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrt- C. H. Kemp in North First street, West , Side. The meeting will begin at 2 o'clock and Mrs. W. B. Downs will have charge of the literary program. GREENWOOD M. E. LEAGUE HOLDS SUNDAY SERVICE The Sunday evening service of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Epworth League was in charge of Howard Frye and Thomas DcBolt The topic was "Song Festivals" James Kelly will be leader of the service next Sunday evening. It was announced that a business meeting scheduled for Thursday night of this week lias been postponed to Monday night, February 27. The session will begin promptly at 7:45 o'clock. LAUREL HILL Y. T.-C: WILL MEET TUESDAY The Laurel Hill Youth's-" Tempet- ance Council will meei_at-it-o'clock Tuesday night at the "West Penn Model Home. Hostesses-will be-Mrs. Thomas Leighty and.- MrsT Fred Leighty, Jr. The study lesson, "Sylabus in Alcohol Education," will be continued. FIELD WORKER TO VISIT O. R. C. AUXILIARY The regular meeting of Coke .Region Division No. 187, Ladies Auxiliary to the Order of Hallway Conductors will be held at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Irene Dougherty of Sharpsburg, a fleld worker, will be present. VFed at Church Ceremony. Wednesday morning, February 1 Miss Sophia Bogal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Bogal of Uniontown, was . married to William-Dobbersteto, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dobberstein of Lambert, at St. John's Church, Uniontown. Rev. Thomas J. Dunn officiated. With Mrs. Harold Roth. The King's Daughters Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday night at the homo of Mrs. Harold Roth, 112 West Green street. Mcelinff Announced. Magic Sister Council of the Daughters of America will meet Tnursday night at Odd Fellows Temple, South Pittsburg street, at the usual hour. Card Party Tonight. The Ladies' Auxlliaiy to the South Connellsville Fire Company will give Its weekly card party tonight at the firemen's rooms. Dames of Malta Meeting. T!ie regular meeting of Saint Omul- Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta is scheduled for Fridny night at Odd Fellows Hail. First U. B. Events. The quarterly conference of the Firtt United Brethren. Church will be held at 7:30 o'clock ton.ght at the first floor chapel. Dr. Elm ;r Learish, conference superintendent, w i l l preach. This will be a pro-Lenten retreat for church, leaders. The Win One Bible Class will hold a banquet at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday night % Each member may bring a guest." There will be a retreat for women at-7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the church. ~A meeting ol the Women's Aid Society will follow. A men's retreat and brotherhood meeting is planned for Friday night. The time is 7:30. " Will Meet Tuesday. Athens Temple No. 80, Pythian Sisters, wiR meet at Elks Home 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Afterwards five hundred and other games will be played. G. I. A. Will Meet. Mel\_hant Dl\isior. No. 70, G. I. A. to the B. of L. E., will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Elks Home. G. I. A. to Meet. The G. I. A. to the B. of L E. will meet Wednesday at 2 o'clock nt the Elks Horrs DANCE TUESDAY (JPre-Ienten)" EAUI.r.S HAlV--8:3( to 12 DIXONIANS Mrs. Margaret Keating Dies. MONONGAHELA, Feb. 20.--Mrs. Maigarct Sloan Keating, 64, wife of Edward Keating, editor of "Labor" anci former United SUiles representative from Colorado, who died suddenly Wednesday at her home in Washington, D. C., was a native ol Monongtihela, being the daughter anc only child of the late Dr. and Mis, James Gordon Sloan, members ol ar old Western Pennsylvania families Mrs. Keating, after leaving college went west and for years was a member of the editorial staff of the Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News as a society editor and feature writer. It was while she was working on the News that she met Mr eating, then managing editor oi the paper. Sues for Divorce. GREENSBURG, Feb. 20.--Esther M. Bailey of West Newton, R. D. 2, filed suit for a divorce against Albert Bailey, charging indignities. They were married October 17, 1D27, and separated November 17, 1938. ner's jury failed to fix responsibilit bridegroom. settmg forth only the manner in which testimony revealed the fatal ty might have occurred. Invcstiga tion into the fire and the death is still under way by the Intei state Commerce Commission. Two New York men, who were charged with having attempted to remove important evidence from the scene, were taken into custody several days after the f.ie. On application oC Stanley Wolk- anis, Poplar Grove, Connellsville township, the will of John Wolkants. Conncllville township, who died January 18, was admitted to probate Personal estate was set at $50 and real estate, $750 Cnarged v*uh surety of the peace and wantonly pointing firearms by Mrs. Cclcslma MorelU, Tower Hill No, 1, Pete Otruba, also of that place, was directed by Judge H. S. Dumbauld to pay costs m the case and j furnish an appiovcd surctj of the j pence bond in the mount o! 5"'00. Orders was handed down by the ' court authorizing the sheriff to re- lurn Charles IX, Gale, former city clerk, from Western penitentiary to Taycttc count j a i l to testify before the March gi and jury on the em- bezr.kmer.it chorgcs pi ef erred against Madeline Spishak Weds James Desmone At Church Ceremony The Immaculate Conception Church was the scene of an attractive wedding this morning when Miss Made- me Veronica Spishak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spishak oÂ£ Race sticet, South Conncllsville, was married to James William Desmone, son of Mrs. Sylvester Desmone oÂ£ Johnston avenue. Rev. Henry Geibel, church pastor, performed the ceremony at B o'clock. The bride chose for her wedding beautiful white lace dress with a floor-length skirt, and a finger tip tulle veil, held in place with a bandeau of seed pearls. She carreid an arm bouquet of calla lilies, tied with white will-o-wisp ribbon. Miss Helen Spishak, her sister's maid of honor, wore a pink lace dress and carried an arm bouquet or mixed spring flowers. Her pink tulle face veil fell from a bandeau of flowers. John Caller served as Mr. Desmone's best man. The ceremony was followed by a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride, places being laid for members of the two families. The prettily arranged table was adorned with a large wedding cake topped with a diminutive bride and bridegroom, and a mound oÂ£ mixed Sowers. The bride, one of South Connellsville's best known young women, at- ] tended the local High School. The bridegroom attended the Immaculate Conception High School and is a teacher at the motor patrol driving school at Uniontown. Mr. Desmone and bride left lor a wedding trip, destination unrevealed. On their return they will be at home for the present with the bridegroom's mother. Out-of-town guests at the wedding included Miss Marie Laughran oÂ£ Swissvale and Mrs. Frank Desmone of Somerset, a sister-in-law of the of Crisp New A Wonderful Collection at Choose from Uufflca, Tailored, lace Pairs and Panels! Real Savings in time for Spring Cleaning I Sportsmen's Unit Will Celebrate 1 Oth Birthday Wednesday The Woman's Auxiliary to the Fayette County Fish and Game Protective Association of Fayette County will observe its tenth anniversary with a covered-dish supper at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday night at P. H. C. Hall, North Pittsburg street. Husbands and a few friends of members will be guests. Mrs. R. T. Sullivan is president of the auxiliary. Councilman Sho:t-ln ed Mi ike prisoners last \VCCK LaClair. of county jail ngamst serving of i ire dppa* cntly has been settled and the d i f f i c u l t y jrorcri out with assurance of those in charge that this particu'ar item of food will not be dished up at meal time in the future Rice had only been served as the basis for the meal on one evening a week, it was said. However, a number of inmates protested and caused a general revolt against it by all prisoners who "Toycotted" the food item. General run of food orders for county jail include bread, merit, spaghetti, beans and canned goods, records show. Based on a daily figure of 80 pris- onerSt the cost per each day amounts to approximately 12 to 13 cents. Food costs jn county jail for 1938, a ccording to the annual controller's report, amounted to $4,566.32, Dairj-men Name Officers. SOMERSET, Feb. 20.--E. Marcellus Sh.iulis of Jcnncr township was reelected president of the Somcrset- CambrM Milk Producers Association. J. S. Rhoades of Jenner township is vice-president, D. G. Stufft of Stoyes- to\vn secretary and Edward Smucker of Fnedens, R. D. No. 1, treasurer. Coal Production Gains. WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.--National Coal Association estimated soft coal output :n the United States for the week ended February 11 as approximately 8,375,000 net tons against 6,866,000 tons in the like 1938 period MEN LOVE v ------'Â· GIRLS WITH If you arc peppy Â»nd fuJI of fan, men vDJ timtÂ« you to dance* and parties. BUT U you am crow, UsUeoa *nd ttrcd, men won't bÂ« Int*rr8t*d. Men don't like "quiet" ffirla. When tboy (to to parties tiey want girl* ilonff who are full of pep. j In cue you ne*d a Rood general system tonie, rpmamber for 3 acnermtlona ono tcDoun bA* told another how to so "imiUuR thru" with Lydi* E. PinJthwn'n Vegetable Compound. It help* build up morn pnyiicol resistance and thuy ittda to RiTlng you mor* pep and leeaenj distrcao from female functional diaordor*, You'll find Pinhham'a Compound WELL Â·WORTH THYING! For the Minute that Seems Like a Year! O N MOST of your telephone calls there may not be much need foe split- second speed. Why. then, have telephone people made the service BO fast? Because there may come a time when an emergency will strike. Then a minute will seem like eternity. To be on the safe side, we aim to handle every call as if it were marked "URGENT!" Seconds may be vital, so we try to give you split-second service every time. To do this requires "the world's finest telephone plant, a highly-traineiTpsrEOnncl and never-ending research. Millions have been spent to improve telephone equipment and methods--to save a second here and there. Some day you may find that second priceless! Try a long distance call tonight after 7 or any time Sunday, when rates are lowest. See for yourself how fast your call goes through! Afumai understanding and cooperation between thf people of [ha company and the people KC sens are essential to the high quality and low cost of your telephone service. T H E B E L L T l i L E l ' H O i N E C O M P A . N Y O F P E N N S Y L V A N I A Buy those fresh, new curtains now at savings--have them to hang after you've Spring housecleaned! Cream, ecru, colored dots and figures. Lasf Week to Save on our 6-Pc. Sheet Towel Set 1 Colored Sheet White Sheets Â» Bnth T envois Unch With Monogram down or n i t d ,"0c A Week Dresses for Happy Daytime Hours Dripping with the freshness oÂ£ Springtime! These Fruit-of- the-Loom printed cotton froclts have what it takes to put joy into home duties. Styles for misses and women. Pick yourself tonie cottons! You'll like the attractive appeal of their prints and styles. Vou'll like the way they $% ,vash and wear! made to give super service Moleskin trousers that can really take plenty of rough, hard wear. They're reinforced at points of strain . . . pockets taped for reinforcement . . . extra roomy . . . made with strongest thread. Wear them for real service! Swing-Hi-Pique Prints 29c yd. Not ordinary prints . . but different, intriguing ones. A new fabric for a gay new season! See it! "West Point" Prints and Others 39c yd. A sanforized shrunk fabric in snappy designs and wliite dots oil rose or teal. Also "Fashion. Girl" sheer printed muslin. Kerrylin Rexshan Prints 49c yd. Liuen finish Kerrylin a n e w interesting jrints. And Swagger 3roadcloth in solid colors to combine with prints.