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February 7, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEIXSVILLE, PA MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 193S. CRT,!. Caroline Cochran's Engagement ." To Edward RClarke Is Announced Announcement of the engagement o£ Miss "Mary Caroline Cochran, daughter of Mrs. James- 1 Leepcr Cochraji of 510 South Prttburg, slrecvand the late Dr. Cochranvrto Edward Furzer Clarke, son of Mi. and-THrs. Author Alfred, Clarkc_of 4C" North Pittsburg street, was made at a lovely 1 o'clock luncheon given Saturday afternoon at the Pleasant Volley Country Club by tho bnde- clcct's mother. The beautifully -"appointed table was~centefed with" red "rosebuds and white sweet peas and graced nt cither end with red tapers burning In crystal-candelabrum, Places were laid for twenty guests.. The Interesting news was revealed" when the third course was _servcd, ^ three dainty hearts, tied together with white ribbon, revealing, "Ted, Kiney, April 30." Contract bridge supplemented Ihc luncheon, five tables being arranged for the games. High prize, was awarded to Miss Louise Trcher and second to Miss Carolyn Bcuschcr. Miss Cochron was graduated from tho Connellsville High School, attended Beaver College nt Jcnklntown and later "was graduated from Bethany" College, Bethany, W. Va, She is a member of tho Alpha XI Delta Sorority and Is employed by tho Mothers' Assistance Bureau in Uniontown. Mr, Clarko was graduated from the Connellsvlllc High School and West Virginia University, Morgantown, and is a member of the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He Is associated -In" the drug store" business with his father. Out-of-town guests at the an- rnunccmcnt party were Miss Bctly Graham of Star Junction,' Miss Theresa Clingcrman of Scottdale, Mrs. Richard Combs of Grcensburg, Mrs,- Percy Sharps of Dawson ond Mrs. - Rodger W. McNaughton of Mount Pleasant. -- ,X. C. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE HONORED AT PARTY ' Following their fourth dancing lesson Friday night, the boys and girls of the senior class and the junior and sophomoro girls of the "Immaculate Conception High School were honored at" a party nt" the Knights of Columbus rooms at the Dunn, Evans Building. The hours o£ the fete were from 9 to 10 30 o'clock nnd a line time was ha"d by the young folks. Music was furnished by an orchestra. t The Ladles' Auxiliary-to the Immaculate Conception Athletic Council has arranged the dancing class as S diversion for tho girls of the High School and was hostess at the party. The auxiliary Is also providing instruction in dancing for tho freshmen girls every Thursday night. Kiwanis Has Sixty Tables for Tuesday Night's Card Party One of the most outstanding enter tninment program on the 1838 schedule of tho Kiwanis Club Is n card party arranged for Tuesday night at the clubrooms. Dr. E, F. FitzGcrald, chairman, announced today that already morc^than 60 tables, have been reserved. Play will begin at 8:30 o'clock. The atTalr is for tho benefit of the underprivileged and crippled chil drcn. All funds raised Will be used ir that work ot the organization. Many prizes will be awarded and a lunch will bo served. BAN HOOVER'S PIANO PUPILS GIVE RECITAL I Members of Miss Jean Hoover's siano class presented their monthly ecital Friday cxcnlng at Miss Hoo- er's studio m South PHtsburg street. Those taking part In the program vcrc: Arthur Schultz, Ruth Colln- on, Mary Ellen Pync, Edwin Sommers, Virginia Flncllio, Dorothy DeBolt, Edith Errett, Betty Lou McCoy, Clara Lee DeBolt and Norms Rowen. A few gucbts were present and cn- oyed every number on the program. Cochran Class Meets Tuesday. The Surah B. Cochran Sunday School class will hold its monthly meeting m the social auditorium of ho Philip G. Cochran Mcmonal M. E. Church nt Dawson at 7.30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Rev Thomas Charlcsworth, the church castor, will speak. Hostesses are Vfrs. Virginia Siefcrt, Miss Grace Husband, Mrs. Paul Landymorc and Mrs. Frank Landymorc. All members win respond to tho roll call with a Bible verse. JENNIE L/VYTON AUXILIARY MEETING IS ANNOUNCED Jennie Layton Auxiliary to the Baltimore.^ Ohio Veterans Association will rncet Tuesday evening al the Y. M. C. A. in South Pittsburg street at 7:30 o'clock. MRS. G. N. WOOD WILL ENTERTAIN AT LUNCHEON Mrs, G. N. Wood will entertain the Wednesday Afternoon Club at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home in the Arlington Apartments, South Pittsburg street. IHKLMA CHRISTY SMITH is HOSTESS AT STUDIO TEA _ Thelma Christy Smith was hostess at s studio tea for her piano pupils Saturday afternoon at her home in East Green street. The students presented a musical program. There were games. A tap dance by Marilyn Wcisiger was enjoyed. Later in the aflernoon, Mrs. Smith, assisted by her aunt, Mrs. H. G. Potter, served a lunch in keeping with the Valentine season. The following piano students were present: Naomi Rlchcy, Marilyn Wcisiger, Martha Louise Langford, Betty Jean Ellcnbergor, Marilyn Scholmck. David Scolnick, Bertha Mac Guthnc, Betty Guthric,-Helen Schmldlc, Gall Crouso, Yvonne Camp, Tommy Bargcr and Paul Barger. ~ *~. PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE ~ GIVES BENEFIT PARTY -The Protected Home Circle held a benefit card and bingo party Saturday night at P. H. C. Hall. 7 Prizes were won by the following: High, Mrs. Mildred Wandel; second, W. P. ·Wandol;Jhirdr_W-altcr_Shaw; tdngo, high, Mrs., jhomas;--second; Mrs. Tobcr; third, Mrs.^Ednn Picrnr special bingo, high, _Mis." ."Joseph Murphy; second, 'Mr. "Sichter; third, Mr. Riser; door, Mrsr Norman Habercr. ~ - Marrlafre Announced. 5 Announccinent- is jnade_ of __ trie marriage pf--Miss JPaye .Taylor, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. George Taylor of St. Clairsvillc, Ohio, and Robert Gray of ,St.,ClairsvilIe r son of Mr. and Mrs. Jr Frank Gray of tlniontown. The ceremony took plncc Saturday morning at 9:45 o'clock at the manse of the St. Clairsvillc Presbyterian Church. Miss Virginia Gray of Uniontown, sister of the bridegroom, and Paul Taylor of St. Clairsville, brother of th'e bride, were the only attendants - G. I. A. to Meet Wednesday. £Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A to; the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers will meet Wednesday aft^ prr.oon at 2 o'clock at r Elks Hall. First U. B. Events. A meeting of the Otterboln Guile of the First United Brethren Church is scheduled for tonight. Mines Marie and Goraldlnc Hawkins, Miss Nello Whipkey and Miss Irene Johnson are hostesses. The topic is "Tho King's Business" Miss Marguerite Sechler is leader. The-Friendship-Bible Clais wit meet -Tuesday evening tit the homi of J. R. Balsley In Cottage avenuo A free will ottering will bo taken. The Tried and True Class will meet Tuesday evening nt the home of the teacher, Mrs. William Lawson, Race street, South ConneUsvillc Miss Dorothy ,Wjtt zwill be co hostess." "V '^. ~ Z - Miss Thelma-R 'Kern will entertain the J. O. Class Tuesday evening at her home, 615 Snyflcr street. Miss Lorctta Hoover is co-hostess. . The Tried and" True Class wil have charge of tho mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock "The theme Is "Messengers of the Good News." , Those Attending th study period will have the choice o three discussion groups. They nrc "Children's Work," "How to Bull Up the Adult Bible Class" and "The Life of Christ." The Goodfellowshlp Class wl] meet Thursday night at 8 o'clod at the home of Ray Fosbrink on th Rock Ridga road. The annual banquet of the Win One and Young Men's Bible clnsse will be held Thursday evening March 3. - '-" Mrs. Kelly Corvln Hostess. Mrs. Kelly Corvin entertained th D. D. D. Club Friday evening at he home in South Connellsville. Evcrj member was present. Following Ibj business hour, caids were enjoyci Prizes-were awarded-to "Mrs. Ear Bostty, high, and Mrs FrccTSoisson draw prize. "-Mrs. Ralph Davidson won" the pig which was donated by Mrs. -"Harry Kincaid. ~"D. D.-t _Sfsters" _were remembered wltr [valentine'gifts.- -Later" the hostes servcd'n dainty funch, assisted by her daughter, Dolly. Mrs. William Dicnes will entertain the club Tucs day, February _15,_at her home in Vine street," South-Connellsyillo. Valentine "Parly" Tonleht. A Valentine party will be held thi evening by the Friendship Temple .N°-t25.J yi hi » n Sistors,_at Elks Hall .InrHntfon-jif new members will tak' j?lacc~nt 5?;SO o'clock. The parly will follow. Officers will have charg of. the, initiation. Mrs. Sydna Smith is_chalrman, of the entertalnmcn commtltcc~for the party. - "W. B: ArMeetinc Announced. TM Thccregular meeting of fhe-Wom 1 anIs;Ben£ftt Association will be helc Tuesday-night at 7.30 o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, East Crawford avenue Will Entertain Club. . Mrs. Mary Sslatino wjll entertain the Busy Bee Club Thursday evening of this week at her home In North Tenth street, West Side, -·_- - With Mrs. Charles Lelghty. Mrs. Charles Lelghty will entertain the Glad-U-Kum Club tonight at her home in Snyder street. Licensed to Marry . A marriage license uas issued a' Grcensburg to Fred Giachctti and Emily jCiarochi, both of Uniontown E. B. Martin Clas* to Meet. The E. B. Martin Class ot the First Baptist Church will meet in rcctilnr session Thursday evening at Lhc home ot Mrs. Edith Cunningham in Franklin avenue. Hostesses arc Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Minnis and Mrs. Kcnnison. Will Meet Tucsdaj. A meeting of the Lndlcs' Auxiliary to the Joseph W. Lewis Post No. 617 will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the former colored Elks Hall, West Crawford avenue After the meeting the public is invited to ti social period, bcsinnlnfi at 8 o'clock With Mrs. James Pclth. Circle No, 3 of the Wcthodist Protestant Church will meet al 2.30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon al the home of Mrs. Jamet Fclch In South Ninth street. Will Alcct Tuesday. A meeting of the Ladlct 1 Aid Society ot the Presbyterian Church o£ Vandcrbiit will be held Tuesday evening at tho home of Mrs. Roy Herbert All-Day Meeting. Mr*. Lnurn Fuehrer will be hottest at an all-day quilting of tho Laurel Hill Woman's Christian Temperance Union Wednesday. A covcred-dlth luncheon will be served. Coast Guard Ordered To "Shoot to Kill" As Whale Hunt Opens Continued fiom Page One. of the speediest/cutlers Their or- t'ers were "shoot to kill." The men who sit and watch the ships go out were of n mind that the onc-poundcr would do the job, though some of them sniffed at the sight ot the rifle: and sidcnrms. i "We used to call them devil flih," said Captain Louis Lane, who Jhas done a bit of whaling off AlnskA m his time. "They're man killers all right. This one's Rallied (mad) and is something to slay away from. They're bad enough any time, but when they get trapped, watch outl Why, she's likely to swamp a ferry n a rush. They'll ram a ship sometimes, and a hundred tons of fish rushing through the walcr can utavc n a mighty bad hole." Captain Lane look a particular Interest in the whale because he was first to sight It. He Is pilot aboard a Norwegian vessel now, and hasn't felt harpoon In his hnnds In many years, but if ,ic had, there wasn't a whaling coat in the harbor and no market for a whale. The marine department of the Chamber of Commerce declared the whole » serious menace and the Coast Guard went to work. Lookouts on all cutters kept watch with binoculars during regulnr patrols, and the one cutter was assigned to the battle. Lookouts also were stationed on ferry boats, and men on tugs and fishing boats kept a whaler's eye to the sea closa by. The whnlo came in pint tho Golden Gate last week, probably while chasing herring, and wa unable to find its way bnck to the gale, which is the bay's only outlet to the sea. Captain Lane said the whale was "very old and covered with barnacles." He said that history of Alaskan whaling was full o,' accounts of gray-backs attacking ships, that they had wrecked any number of ships and killed scores of men. Eight years ago another whole got itself li.ippcd In the buy and died on the ihoals when It ventured too near the shore and wns left there by the outgoing tide. The present whalo h-«; been »e«n perilously nenr the shore and "lOmc of the harbor men thought t might deitroy Itself before Coast Guardsmen found it. Sons of Legion to Meet. A meeting of tho Sons of Legion will be held Tuesday night at 7 o'clock at tho Legion Home. Charles Hile5, in charge of the boys, requests a good attendance. Vanderbllt Clui Tuesday. The Faithful Friends Class of the Vanderbilt Chrl«tl»n Church will be held Tuesday evening it the home of Mr. nnd Mr*. Norman Drownll »t Vanderbllt. Gradate Girls to Meet The Grndnlc Sorority will hold Its regular meeting Thursday evening nt 7 30 o'clock st the B. O. Y. M. C. A. Evangelical Church Revival Meetings Go Info Second Week The revival meeting* at the South Connelliville Evangelical Church swung into their second week on Sundny night and will be continued every evening, except Saturday, nt 7:30 o'clock. Rev. W. S. Harr, pastor, who is preaching, has choten "The Straight Question" as his sermon topic tor tonight. Tomorrow he will speak on "The Way Home" nnd Wednesday on "Atonement." There is special music each evening by the church choir. An invitation Is extended to the public to attend. $33,000,000 Paid Out In Railroad Pensions WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.--The Ball- road Retirement Board reported it had paid more than $33,000,000 In pensions -And annuities since the original retirement act became rffcc- "tive In" 1935." Births at Hospital. There were two births at Connellsville State Hospital Sunday evening" A boy was born to Mr. and JVIrs. Harry Harvey ol Peach street at .7:50 o'clock and a girl was bom to Mr. nnd Mrs. William Stickler ol VandcrbUt at 12:52 o'clock. Hospital Patients. George Kutch, R. D. I, Connells- villc, Oscar Rinnan, 3, R. D. 2, Connellsville and Mrs. Nellie Shupc of Walnut avenue, Scottdale, were admitted to the Connellsville State Hospital Sunday. Former Local Ctrl Mother. A daughter wax born thii morning to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fryc o£ Blalrsville. There »rr now a boy nnd a girl in the family. Mm Frye Is tho former Miss Bertha Coughcn- our, duughtcr of Mrs. Grace Cough- cnour of Aebnn street. TXnorraU Meet Tonight. The monthly meeting of the Men's Demoortlc Club ol Dunbnr township will be held tonight at 8 o'clock In Kramer's Hall at Morrell, formerly Camp White Oak. E. U Cabinet to Meet. Tho cabinet of the Epworlh League ol the Vanderbllt Presbyterian Church will meet tonight at the home of Miss Ruth Shallcnborgcr. The Daughters of America Freedom Council yo. 167 Will Hold n Covered Dish Supper Wed. Evening, Feb. 9 Jr. O. V. A. M. Hall, Vanderbllt Hour* 6 to 7 Admission 25c Free lilnro. Htfh and Lou* Prlie Everybody Welccmo "500" AND BINGO Monday, Feb. 28th Auspices Rosnry Society St, John's Social Hnll M'est Side 8:30 O'clock Promptly Admission B5c CARD PARTY JUJUOJl CUI/1'CJiB CLUIJ Benefit Eye 1'iind Thursday, Feb. 17th Woman's Culture Club Booms Auction and Contract Bridge, "500" and Bingo PRIZES LUNCH Admission 50c SPOTTO'S RECORD-BREAKING EVENT Now in Full Swing ! BUY OXE ROLL! GET ONE ROIL! FOR EXAMPLE-- (ic to !)c Values f* 2 Rolls for ......... OC Choose from America's Finest Values Up to $2.25 2 rolls for price of 1 All 10SJ Papers to Be Closed Out! Greater Savings Possible Here! 1. ION Overhead 2. Qnantily Buj- iub'! 3. Experienced Sftles Service! --You save the difference. Plionc 313-,-U. West Side Mall P.ipcr A, Paint. SIS W. 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