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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEI/LSVILLE, PA. TDEgDAY,;.PEBEUARY 21, 1939. i Guest Reader and Musicians Give Spiendid Program Before Culture Club Women, Guests By LYNME B, KINCELL David Sapolsky Weds Riith Somertnan Of Pittsburgh at Schenley. Hotel . -(?r- Before an improvised altar of palms and ferns in the French room of the Schenley Hotel, Pittsburgh, Miss Ruth Somerman, daughter of Mrs. Ida Somerman o£ Oyertiill, Pittsburgh, became the bride of David Sapolsky, son of Mrs. Rebecca Sapolsky of Pulaski street, at a beautiful wedding Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Benjamin Lichter of the Bnai Israel Synagogue, Pittsburgh, per- permed the ceremony in the presence of three hundred guests. Pittsburgh musicians played the nuptial music, selections prior to the ceremony including "O Promise Me" and "Because." The bridal party came into the room . to . the strains of Wagner's wedding march from "Lohengrin." Mendelssohn's weddins march was played immediately after the ceremony. Given in marriage by her uncle, S. Wejrter of Pittsturgli, the bride wore a smart two-piece dress of dii- bonnet sheer woul, trimmed with natural squirrel, a navy blue hat with a fuschia veil, and navy blue sandals. Her corsage was of orchids. The maid of honor, Miss Eva Sapolsky, sister of the bridegroom, chose an attractive dress of cyclamen sheer wool paroshe, a hat pi hyacinth and deep wine net, and corsage of orchids. The brideVmother wore a poudre blue dress with navy blue accessories find the bridegroom's mother was attired- in a 'spring blue dress with black accessories. Both wore corsages of gardenias. , Henry Fix of Uniontown served as Mr. Sapolsky's best man. A reception of lovely appointments supplemented the cerernony. The bride WPS a.member of the sales force of Gimbel's store. Pitta- burgh, prior to her marriage. The bridegroom was graduated from the Connellsville High School a member ol the Class of 1925, anc Is engaged in business in McCormick avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Sapolsky left for several weeks wedding trip to Florida. On their return they wit be at home at 201 Pulaski street. Connellsville guests at the wedding in addition to the bridegroom's mother and sister, were another sister, .Miss Celia Sapolsky, Mr. and Mrs^ L. Sapolsky and son, Norman Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Daniels, L. Sine Miss Hose Sine, Mr. and Mrs. H Sine, W. Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. G. C Davidson, Mr, and Mrs. M. M Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Julius Harris and daughter, Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Leon M. Kingley and son, Harry, and daughter. Miss Ruth, Miss Florence Mervis, Charles Mervis, Mr. anc Mrs. Melvin Mervis, Miss Esthe: Memick, Samuel Melniek, Bernan Welker, Mrs. Jacob Klnsbursky, Dr and Mrs. William Klein, Mr. an Mrs. S. Klein, Dr. J. Goldbloom Other out-of-town guests were from Brownsville, Cleveland, Ohio, Beave Falls, Hochestre, Pa., Butler, Union town, New York and Wheeling, Va. BOBBY HOMER OBSERVES BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY A . delightful party WHS give Monday night at the home bf Mr ar.d Mrs. John Homer at Wheeler i: honor of the seventh birthday .o their son, Bobby, Twenty-eigh guests' were present. Games wer played, prizes being won by Halp Clark, Geraldine. Schomer and Rus sell O'Nell, A dainty lunch wa served by Mrs, Homer, assisted b her sisters, Mrs. William Stalker an Mrs. John Mitchell. .The table wa decorated with a birthday cake bear ing seven pink candles. Bobby re ceived a number of beautiful gilts. Guests present were: Donal Mitchell, . Ralph .Clark, ..Kathleer Clark,'Roger, Edwin and Shirle Younkin, Jimmy Evans, Daisy Fogle Russell, Wanda, Hilda and Nfilli O'N.ell, Ethel and Harold Shade Doris.and Betty Bates,.Lewis .Stach Ronnie Swope, Geraldine and Doll Schomer, Jimmy" Stimm'ell, - Patty Ann'Bcvans, Billy Yarnell, Sylves- l .cr · Vozar, Geraldinft and Jack Wife of Ohiopyle Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs, Frank - Woodmency, felong residents of Ohiopyle, cele- rated their- golden -wedding -anni- ersary Monday. Mr. Woodmency, 5 years old, has been justice of the eace lor a number ot years. Mr. Woodmency and bride of fifty ears ago were "at-home" to many { their, friends who called during he entire day and until 10 o'clock Monday night.. Lunch was served rom 2 to 4 and from 8 to 10 o'clock, festive- dinner was served, places eing laid for immediate members f the two families. The couple received many beauti- ul and useful gifts from friends, the hurch and lodges of which both are i-imbers. Helen Patterson, Bride-Elect Feted Honoring-Miss Helen Cooke Paterson, Mrs. V. W. Bair of Belle Vernon gave a 1 o'clock bridge lunch- on of charming appointments Saturday afternoon at-the White Swan Hotel,- Uniontown. The table was ientered with a mound of- varicolored :weet peas.- Five tables - were arranged Jor bridge. High prize was awarded to »lrs. Thomas Ethridge of Belle Vernon -and second to Miss Carrie Jane Marietta of Wills -road. Tho guest award was -given- to Miss Patterson. Included among -the guests was Mrs. David G. Stang of Pittsburgh, cousin of the bride. Others were rom Connellsville and Belle Vcrnon. Miss Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Smith Patterson of Brookvale, will become the bride of Dr. Fred Lee Norton of Pittsburgh and Belle Vcrnon, this evening at 7:30 at the First Christian Church. Members of the Woman's Culture Club and a number ot guests' were entertained with ap outstanding program Monday afternoon when the club held an open meeting at its rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. The drama, literature and art committee, of which Mrs. Clarence L. MacDonald is chairman, and the music committee, Mrs. Carl T. Anstine, chairman, arranged the program which was one of the most entertaining and delightful to be presented before the club this season. Instead of giving the annual drama, Mrs. MacDonald and her committee were very fortunate in securing as guest reader, Mrs. Stanley Stebbins MqGuire of West Elizabeth, who presented an exceptionally fine program, It consisted of a reading, "The . Abandoned Elopement," by Joseph C. Lincoln a one-act play, "The Valiant," by Holworthy Hall and Robert Middlemass, and "A Friend in Need," by Mary Kyle Dallas. For her last number, Mrs. Mc- Guive appeared in 'an old woman's costume. A gifted reader and possessor of a charming personality, Mrs. McGuire held the attention of thi large audience throughout her entire program. She was warmly applauded. Mrs. MacDonald was leader of the program and presented Mrs, McGuire. Other members of the committee are Mrs. Charles F. Donnelly, Mrs. H. W., McRobbte, Mrs, N. E, Ferguson, Mrs. A. W. Springer anc Mrs, Harold Atkinson, The musical program was also wel received, each performer being greeted with much applause* It was Piano solo, "Wjtches Dance," McDowell, Mrs. Louis Shrallow; two vocal trios, "Dreaming," Shelley, anc "My Task," Ashford, Mrs. W. E BiseL.Mrs. J. W, Collins and Mrs. S K, Huey, with Mies Jean Hoover playing the piano accompaniment Ends a Love Story EARL HEBRANK OF IRWTN ADDRESSES LUTHERAN MEN Earl Hebrank' of Irwin was the juest speaker af the monthly meeting of the Men's Bible" Class and Brotherhood of Trinity Lutheran ;imrch Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bowman were host and hostess to the clas sat their home in Davidson avenue. Choosing as his subject, "What May Our Congregation Rightfully Expect of Us Men?." Rev. E. H. Daugherty of Adamsburg, father-in-law of Mr. Hebvank, gave a brief but splendid message. Melvin Keller, president, presided over the business session at which several matters of importance were taken care of. The business session was supplemented by a group of accordion and belle lyre duets, played by-Mrs, '"'ir- ence L. MacDonald and son, Edward. The meeting concluded'wlth lunch served by Mr. and Mrs. Bowman. There was a good attendance. two violin quartet numbers, "Un- nished Symphony," Schubert, and "Military Symphony," H»ydn, Emma Jean Hay, Samantha Stickel, Jack Dahl and Carl Anstine, Jr., with Kathleen Barnes at the piano. Th quartet members are affiliated with the Junior Mozart Club said were coached by Everett Thomas, violinist. Mrs. Anstine introduced the music- inns. Other members of Ihe music committee include Mrj. W. H. Will- Hero Mate B Phony On the grounds that .he posod aa a "bit shot" when he really was * fugitive from justice, Mrs. William 0, Krcuger (above), the former Phyllis i'Acourt Beadon, 28-year- olei socialite, instituted suit for annulment, in New York, against her 61-year-old mute. New York Uses IJOO Police At Bund Meeting By EARL B. STEELE United Press Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, Feb. 31-- An Amer icanization meeting of the pro-Naz German-American Bund, attended b. 38,000 persons and ^featured by tri butcs to George Washington and denunciations of Jews, ended shortl before midnight last night wit salutes to swastikas and the singing of tile Nazi nnthem, "Horst Wessel. 1 ' Outside Madison Square Garden, policemen had hud B six-hour struggle with throng* of who BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" HE MAT NOT HEAR ONE OF THE BEST laughs in the game comes when an inatten- the hand, especially If he could prevent a diamond lead." So he called 6-Diamonds, which Bast of course tlve opponent failed to pay atten-1 doubled. When this reached North, Uon to your psychic bid and be-1 he bid 6-Spades and East doubled. cause of that leads the very suit which will beat your overambltious contract. A good sense of humor is important to you then. If you can't take it when the : joke is on you, psychic bids are bad things for you to monkey with. Besides costing you plenty of points, they can ruin your fun. 4 A Q 1 0 8 7 5 * V None » 8 A Q J 9 6 3 (Dealer: North. Bast-West vul nerable.) . After two passes, South made an unorthodox opening third-hand, pid of 1-Spade on this -deal. West, an inexperienced and not very attentive player anyway, made a very bad pass in view o£ his two-suitor, and North, fearing a psychic by his partner, bid 2-Chibs instead of raising spades. East cut in with 2- Diamanda,- South bid 3-Clubs, West 3-DLtmonds, North 3-Spades, East ·i-Dlamonda, South 4-Spades and West 5-ptamonds. North 'decided, after hearing his partner bid spades the second time, that there ought to be a alam in 7orth thereupon redoubled. West led his diamond K and two tricks were made, beating the contract. Had he led a heart, as North wanted him to, the diamond 6 could have seen discarded at once. In tho post mortem. North asked West if ho hadn't heard the cue- bid of diamonds, and he said he didn't think, about its showing a blank. He was then asked If he didn't realize East's double of the slam Indicated that East wanted some lead other than the natural one, but West had never heard of that convention accepted by Tnost advanced players. North ia still being kidded by his friends about the hand. Toraorrojv's Problem A K Q 6 5 V Q 9 « A K 6 5 , J e 3 * 10 y A K J 1 0 8 6 5 Q 10 9 3 * 8 A J V 7 2 * 8 #· A K Q 9 4 2 : (Dealer: West. North-South vulnerable.) If West bids 4-Hearts, North doubleg, South 1-Spatles, East doubles and West leads the club S, · how should South play for his contract? Junior Culture Club: And Mozart Musicians Plan Joint Meeting A joint meeting of the Junior Culture Club and the Mozart Music ; Club will be hold tonight at the former's club rooms at the 'Carnegie Tree Library. The Mozart musicians will present a costume recital. A business meeting of the junior organization will be held at 7:30 o'clock with the president, Miss Lois Keffer, in charge. Miss Leah Showe is chairman of the hostess committee. .^. Each member may bring : a guest. Will Meet Thursday. The Loyal Workers Bible Class ol the Mount Olive United Brethren Church will meet in' monthly session at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. At the close of the meeting. the Women's Missionary Society will hold its thank offering service. Observe Holiday Hours Tomorrow . Holiday hours will be observed tomorrow . at the PostofBce, the day being Washington's Birthday, Mrs. Laura M. Clark, postmaster, announced today. The lobby will be open from 6 A. M, to 10 P. M., and the regular holiday schedule will prevail. !«?, Kins Featuns Syndicate, IDC. a m s M r s . EPISCOPAL- AUXILIARY SPONSORS CARD TARTY The Ladies Auxiliary "of Trinity Episcopal Church gave one of the most delightful of the pre-Lenten card parties Monday night" at the church vestry rooms. There was a good attendance, seven tables being arranged for auction bridge. At the close of the games' : high prize was awarded to Mrs."Eva Watson and second to Mrs.' Josephine Meranda. Mrs. J. W. Trenberth won'the door prize while the odd prize 'was received by Rev. Danielson, Hostesses, Mrs, W, H. Atkins and Mrs. Clyde Burkett, served' a delicious lunch. .' .The. auxiliary is. planning, to hold a series-ol caret parties after" Lent. R. Welmor, Mrs. Fred Rhodes, Mrs. A. C. Stlkel, Mrs. Paul Lucius, Mrs. James Charlerworth, Mrs. S. K Huey and Miss Ellis Show. Mrs. B. H. Willard, president, u-as in charge of a brief business session. Mrs. Robert S. Cooper led in the salute to the flag and later announced that the fund realized from the annual ChriBtroan seal sale, of which she was general chairman, had Increased to $619.58 since the last meeting. The club voUd to sponsor bundle day, date and other details to be decided on later. The stage was attractively decorated with ferns. A potted plant adorned a small table. Monday evening, March 8, the club will give its annual reception (or the Junior Culture Club, Mrs. W. K. Bowdtn will be leader »nd Mrs. Anstine will arrange music for the occasion. The guest speaker will be Miss Louise Heatheringtcn of the Weatintfhousc High School, Pittsburgh. She will bring with her 150 dolls which will be displayed. Officers of the senior culb will be host- INITIATION TAKES PLACE AT LEGION UNIT MEETING One new member, Miss Elizabeth Micklus, was initiated at tho regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, held Monday night at the Legion Home. Mrs. L. S. Bobbins reported that the recent card party was a success financially and socially. Mrs, John W. Kir.caid reported that plans for the awarding of medals are progressing. The meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Miller W. Cowan. Peter repeatedly charged their lines trying Edward A. Cremer Dies in Greensburg GREENSBURG, Feb. 21--Edward A. Cremer, 63, one o£ Westmoreland county's best known men in political and athletic life, died Monday night in Westmoreland Hospital ot complications. He came here in the late nineties from Chambcrsburg and svas ;i star baseball player. He entered news- Parents of Son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Husak of near Acme are the proud parents of a son, the first boy in the family, born, recently at their home. The new arrival has been named Joseph Clyde. There are now a boy and two girls in the family. Mrs. Hasak, the former Miss Nettie Snyder, and baby are getting along nicely. Eog Production Gain. WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.--The Bureau of Agricultural Economics BENEFIT CARD 1 PARTY GIVEN BY FIREMEN'S 'AUXILIARY A large crowd attended the week-.y card party- given Monday -night by tho Ladies Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company. Tables' were arranged · in' the Bremen's looms and after the-games prizes were awarded to the following: ?ive-hundred--high, Mrs. Naomi-McWilliams: second, Catherine third, Kenneth Grieve; ·-bingo Dye; -high, Stella Resgah; second, F l o y d Feathers; third, Mrs. Lyda Moore; special bingo--Mrs. Dave Cook and- Mrs. Senor; door--Mrs. Dave Cook snd Mrs. Shibley. A dainty lunch ·-VE5S served. f; J. HOOPER BIBLE CLASS MEETS AT HARBAUGH HOME The- T. J. Hooper Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Harvey Harbaugh, Blackstone avenue. Twenty-two members were present. Mrs. William Wisbart led the devotionals, her topic being "The Way of Life." Tlv committee, composed of Mrs. Harbaugh, Mrs. Clyde R. Weihe, Mrs. W. L. Miller and Mrs. John Evans, served refreshments. The next meeting will be held at ic church and will be preceded by a -·overed-dish dinner. MISS HELEN' TRENBERTH HOSTESS TO ». B. CLUB The: D. B;'Club met Monday evening at the h o m e - - o f Miss Helen Trenberth. 'at Scuth. Connellsville. Three-tables were called into play .for contract bridge. High prizes were awarded to Mrs. Evan Jones to · - . - - Y Y W I C dweuucu tu UUJ. -U.V3I] UUni Mitchell, Djck Watson_..and- Audrey | and Miss Lois Kefler, galloping · ? 'Per. . ' Mrs. Earl' Graham' and draw to Mi; Betty Mahokoy.- A dainty lunch supplemented the gomes'. · · The club will meet Monday night, March 15, at the home ol .Miss Lois KefTer -in- Haas avenue; G. H. BIGAM, MILL RUN - MAN, FETED ON BIRTHDAY · Children and friends of George H. Bigam assembled" at .his home at.Mijl Run - to honor' him -on his seventy- first birthday. A sumptuous supper was served-and-none, present enjoyed the celebration more .than... Mr. Bignm, .who is.'hale and hearty. He was the recipient of many gifts? " ; FRIENDSHIP TEMPLE GIVES PIN TO PAST OFFICER Frienship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters, held its regular meeting Monday night at Elks Hall. The past chief, Mrs. Pearl Flecher, with a past officers' pin, Plans were made for a card, party in connection: with the next meeting. Mrs. H, L. Lenhart, who was confined to her home with an injury received in a fall, was reported to be improved. It was announced that a sister of Mrs. Ida Armstrong died last Thursday, Meete at Fleasunt Hill. A meeting of the Friendship Bible Class of the Pleasant Hill United Brethren. Church was held Friday ·night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blgam . of Pleasant Hill. Twenty- two members were present. A business meeting was held. A social hour, with games as . the main ·diversion, followed. Prizes were won by _ Mrs. Mary . Rltenour, Mrs. Ada Firestone and Mrs. Pear 1 Eicher, Starlight brothers, and sisters exchanged . valentines. Lunch was served by. Mrs, Bigsm.- and daughter, 'Mrs. ..'Dorothy RHenqur. The nexi meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Eicher of Scottdale Friday nighk, March. 17. to fight their way inside. Although there were numerous individual fights, none was seriously injured. Thirteen were arrested, including Isidore Grecnbaum, 23, B sanitary engineer, who rushed the joeaking platform in an attempt to attack Fritz Kuhn, national bund leader, and was severely beaten by bund storm troopers. Greenbaum's trousers were torn off. Traffic was halted completely in a six block area most of the night and [ it svas estimated at on?, time that a | crowd ol 100,000 was in the neigh- i borhood. j Police Commlwioncr Lewis J. Val- i cntlne commanded 1.700 policemen Ht ] the scene, the largest force rver doUill«d to one task in the city's history. The climax of the demonstration arrived when bund mcmbcry. leaving the hall, were attacked on the sidewalk in a score o£ Individual encounters. The meeting, widely advertised ns a George Washington Birthday riilly for bundsmcn and sympathizers, failed to produce the serious rioting and bombing predicted for it. Several hundred uniformed storm troopers, in brown or gray shirts, commanded the interior of tho building, with the aid of 750 policemen. American flags, swastikas and banners carrying such slogans as "Stop Jewish Domination of Christian Americans" decorated the hall. In the lobby, copies of Rev. Charles E. Coughlin's publication "Social Justice" were hawked by boys. Storm troopers wore civilian overcoats concealing their uniforms, but once inside discarded the coats, arranged themselves in formations nnd took orders from their leaders in German, Kuhn denounced the New Deal spending program for relief, accused 'Dictatorial Harold Ickes" of attacking Nazi Germany without cause. 'Americanism should be returned to the Christians who founded it," he said. "We must defy those who turned this country into a bolshevik paradise." paper work and for years was editor i predicted that hog production would of the Greensburg Press and later ' conlinue to increase this year and city editor or the Greensburg Tri- possibly equal or exceed the 1929- bime. He served two terms ys dcpu- 1933 average of 80,000,000 pigs. ly under the Ifite. Register of Wills David A. Miller and then was named (o the registry position he held for three terms, twice being elected without opposition. In 1037 Mr, Cremer managed the reelection campaign of Clerk o! Courts Arthur E. Swing and then led the primary campaign here for Governor Arthur H. James. He is survived by his wife, one son, two grandchildren and one brother. First U. B. Events. 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 ot'7:30 o'clock Thursday night at the church. A meeting of the Women's Aid Society will follow. ' A men's retreat and brotherhood meeting is planned for Friday night. The 7:30. . . Retired Minister Dies. Rev. W. P. Varner, 77, a Methodist Episcopal minister since 1891 when he was graduated from Allegheny College, died in Greentree, Allegheny county. He had retired 16 years ago after having served at Youhgwood, Bolivar, Nineveh (now Seward), Beallsvillc, Allenport, Hays, Aliquippn, Banksvillc, Smith Ferry, Smithport and Conoquenessing. XcTveil Woman Dies. Mrs. M.iry Schmidt, 76, died suddenly Saturday of a stroke :it the Newell Hotel at Newell where the lad resided with a son, Frank Schmidt, She leaves Jour children, five grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. The funeral service will be held Wednesday morning. Distinctive Flavor Undergoes Operation. Miss Verna Mae Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller o£ Meyersdale, underwent a major operation in Somerset Community Hospital. . · Normalville .Woman Feted. Mrs. .William Basinger was honored with a surprise party. Saturday I night at her'home at' NormalviUe",' the occasion marking her sixty- second birthday. -She-received many-! beautiful gifts. Guests were present- from Normalville, 'Mill Run, Connellsville and other places nearby. ·_ DANCETONIGHT (Pre-Lenten) EAGI/ES HAI/Ia--8:80 to 12 DIXONIANS Ltaeiued to Clyde Woodrow Hughes and Myrtle Irene Hammett of Dunbar and Thomas E. McKnight of Dawson and Ruth Gilmore of Dickereon Run were licensed to wed at Uniontown. Dine and Dance Tonight THE MAYFLOWER" Route 119, Eversoh, P»,' to the Music of Glbby Lockara ana Hi« Club -Royale Orchestra, 9:00 to 1:00 Money Loaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED Call- or See Us If You Need Money For Any Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust Co. BMg. ConnellsTiHe, Pa. Telephones 244-866 Prompt, Courteous Convenient Service SO IN THE HOME THE trend ia to L E. S. lamps--the woman who wants her home to be beautiful and cheery has several of them. You get more for your money today, when buying I. E. S. lamps, than ever before. More beauty, the latest in style, finest materials--and good light, always. You'll admire the models the local dealers are displaying--and this is the best time to purchase, because stocks are still rather complete. Within the-next twenty-four hours, visit the dealers and make your selections. ' ' ' ' ' ' '*"" "

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