The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1938 · Page 2
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February 8, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE-TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILtB. PA TUESDAY, FEBRUARY S; 103S. J~V By LYNNE B. KINCELL Mozart Club Will Sponsor Edward McG'dt '"-· 'As Participant in State-Piano--Contest ' At a'.meeting of the. Mozart Club' Monday night at the. club rooms in North Pittsburg street, Miss Virginia Graham, chairman of the atudcnt contest committee, submitted the name.of Edwaifd McGill to the club as contestant in the contest'"to" be held at Hcrstiey in 'April under the auspices of the Federated Music Clubs of Pennsylvania. His name was accepted. The contest will be held in connection with the annual Pennsylvania Federated Music Club conference. Funds for the convention are imperative. and each member -of .thc-.club is .requested to dor, naic~.at least $2 t o . , assist .in. the financial obligations. · Mrs.. Carl S. Horner, Jr., of · the membership committee, presented two names, Mrs. John Duggan,.Jr.. and. Richard H..Gingrich, eligible to membership. They. were unanimously elected. Mrs. Daun E. Nutc, president, was.in charge.of the busi- nesscssion. Miss Evelyn Murphy was n guest performer on the program conducted by-Miss Jean'Hoover, who used three "German 'composers, Bach, Brahms and Beethoven for' her theme.' Miss Hoover discussed the composers and stated how the ago In whfch they lived inspired their music. " The program follows: " "' "Biography of Johann Sebastian Bach, Mrs. Samuel B. DcMerell. Piano solo, "Chromatique Fantalse Fugue," Bach, Mrs. Louis Shrallow. Biography of Johannes Brahms, . Urs. Graydon Whipkey. ·.Vocal solo, "Lullaby," -Brahms, Miss. Helen drey, - accompanied by Miss Hoover. Piano solo, "Second Rhapsodic," Brahms, Miss Pearl Keck. Biography of Ludwig van Beethoven, Miss Hoover. Reading, "Moonlight Sonata,'.' Miss Murphy. · · Piano solo, "Sonata, Opus 2, No. 1,'.' Beethoven," Mrs. Nutc." . Lunch -was served 'by- the' hostess, Mrs. Horner, "Jr.j" Miss Keck and Mrs. George Hazen. ' The next meeting .will - be held Monday,-February 21. Further de- G. L. B u ttie r- mores Will Celebrate 60th .Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Butlermore, lifelong residents of Bullskln township, will celebrate their 'sixtieth wedding anniversary Saturday, February 19, at their home near Gil- morc's Mill. They will be "at home" to their friends from 2 to 5 o'clock and at noon a family dinner will be served. . Mr. Butlermore is 85 years old and Mrs. Buttermore 82. tails will be announced later. Nutc will have charge. Mrs. Program on "Science" Is Given .by Members Of'Vanderbiit-.Club / An ' i n t e r e s t i n g program on "Science"-was offered at the February meeHng of the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbllt. at which Mrs. O. F. Oglevec was hostess Saturday-afternoon at her. home at Liberty^ Mrs. Clyde F. Randolph was leader and well prepared papers were presented by the following: "Synthetic Fabrics," Mrs. Howard Dunn; "Platinum," Mrs. Ellis Gault; "Modern Metals,"- Miss -Alpha .French. Further featuring the program were a piano solo and reading, "The Ladies' Aid," by Miss Faye Stricklcr and two vocal solos, "To a Robin" and "My Task," by Miss Catherine White, accompanied by Miss Nellie Snyder. The program was'prefaced: by .a business session. A dinner meeting wjll be held Saturday, March 5, additional arrangements . to be announced later. Mrs. J;:H;. Hazlctt.of Wayncsburg, formerly pf. Vpndcrbllt will b« the guest speaker. -'·'.-".:· .* Reservation., Dr, E. F. Fi(zG the card party scheduieiT f6p ; lonfglit under the .auspices · of -tha -Kiwapli CJub, announccd.'today-'thaPreserya- tions are not nccessary^~'TheJv»-'wni be sufficient tables"for"-all, lie Valtf, but did request'.thot" players 'fu'jrnlsh theh- own cards."--- · "*'~' ' CARD PARTY TUESDAY, FEBKUABT 8 St. Jolin's'lsbclal Hall . . Ausp(ce*f-St.7?plin'5 CJioIr ·JSW* Door Prizes -- Door Prize -- ·A'pariSBIONffic .Please JBrlnjr Yoar"OwnrCanls:- V\rs. Malinda Sparks Is Feted on.82nd'.Birthday -A pink and-white color motif was beautifully carried out.at 8 chicken and waf ie dinner given Sunday noon at the Old Homestead on the Pennsville road in honor of the eighty- second birthday of Mrs. Mnlmda Sparks, one of the best known women of Poplar Grove. Mrs. Sparks' birthday fell on Monday but the celebration, planned by her children, was advanced a day so that members of her family could be present to assist in the observance of the happy event. T ncluded were all of her nine children. Places for forty-five -were laid at a large U-shaped table which was ..made attractive with a white birthday cake bearing eighty-two pink candles, snapdragons and jonquils. Group singing enlivened the occasion. After the repast the group returned to the Sparks home where the remainder of the day was spent in a pleasant social manner. Mrs. Sparks, widow of Samuel H. Sparks, was the recipient of many attractive gifts,"; ' · - . · Out-o£-town members of the family present were Charles B. Sparks of Duqucsno, Mrs. Roy Sparks, Mr. and Mrs.- Clarence Sparks, Mr. and Mrs.' Edward Enos and son, "Sonny," Mrs. Dorothy Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Julian; Hart of Washington, D. i C,, Mr. and-Mrs. Charles Keefcr -of Somerset, Miss Ethel Sparks of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Sparks and children, Harriet and Samuel, Jr., of Greensburg, Clyde Sparks and daughter, Jacque, and Mrs. J. H. Sparks of Uniontown, Kenneth, Donald and Jean" ISpafks ; and ·Virginia Felgar of Indian-Head, Mr. and Mrs. George'Miller'"and chi'ldrcn, Virgil, Clayton and Eloise of Scottdale. J. O. O. CLASS WILL BANQUET FRIDAY NIGHT The J. O. C. Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will hold a banquet Friday evening at 6 o'clock at tho church diningroom. A program will supplement the repast.' C. D. OF A. BUSINESS MEETING IS ANNOUNCED Court Annunciata, Catholic Daughters, of America, will hold its regular business meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the K. of C. rooms. Marriage Announced. Mrs. Minnie H. Coleman of Fairmont, W. Va., announces the marriage of her daughter, Virginia Rush Pole-nan,.to Wilbur Gerhardt of Confluence,, on Monday,.January 17,, at Oakland, M d . ' - . . ' - The Farmer Takes a Wife (70) John J. Lorencik, £2, and hli bride-to-be, Henrietta Picpor, 10, a practical nurse, poso happily at Unionville, Conn. In spite of friends' picas that he marry someone nearer his age, Lorencik said: "Well, I know lots of girls, but what would I have? Someone who ha« mo out all night, running around until three In the moraine." (Central Prni) MRS. MARY E. WILLIAMS, FORMER LOCAL WOMAN, IS FETED ON 80TH BIRTHDAY Surrounded by immediate members of her family and'closu relatives, Mrs.. Mary E. Williams, well-known resident of Scottdale and a former resident of Conncllsville, celebrated her eightieth birthday Sunday at tho home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. George W. Gordon of 514 Market street, with makes her home. The .whom party she was prettily arranged by Mrs. Oordoji, Mrs. Ora L. Hayes of Scottdalo and Mrs. P. E. Sw.irtzwcldcr of Jcan- nette, also daughters of Mrs. Williams. Twenty were- present. Dinner and supper were served, the menu consisting of turkey with all the trimmings. Guests were seated at vo prettily appointed tables. A rc\J and white color motif in keeping with Valentine Day predominated. Decorations :onsisted of three largo birthday cakes, sifts to Mrs. Williams; red carnations, talisman roses, a potted cyclamen nnd tall red tapers in cut holders. One of the cakes bore the Inscription. "Hnppy Birthday." In red. Mrs. Williams said grace, after which a hymn, "Blest Bo the Tic That Einds" and "Happy Birthday" were funtf. Mrs. Williams, who had been 111 for same time, past, Is convalescing and none present enjoyed the btith- day celebration more than she. An active member/ of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Sroltd.'.lo, the attended Sunday school and the morning service Sunday for the f.tst time since her illness. Sho was accompanied by her sitter, Mrs. i.. S. Michael,' of Connellsvillc. During the afternoon n number of her friends called to Oder congratulations and to wish her many happy birthdays. Mrs. Williams is the mother of eight children, Including Dr. Howard Williams, professor of biology anil director of the University of Pitls- National Defense Program Planned By Legion Auxiliary Plans for a national defense pro- Brain wore announced by Mrs. C. N. McCIurc, national defense chairman, at a meeting of the American Legion Auxllary, held Monday night at the Legion Home. Tho projjram will feature the next meeting of the auxiliary on Monday evening, February 21. and Mrs. Beryl Beaver of Dravosburg, western vice-president, will be the principal speaker. She will tt'l of the national defense conference held in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Sarah Smith, delegate, gave a fine report of the quarterly meeting of the Tri-County Council which was held last Wednesday at Browns 1 villc. One new member was received Into Die auxiliary. The prc/rtdenl, Mrs Madelyn Reed, presided. Mm. John Harper Feted. Mrs. Rnbert Hackney nnd Mrs, Harry Haught entertained Friday evening nt Mrs. Haught'i home in Bclmont Circle, Unlonlown, In honor of Mrs. John Harper of Dawson. n recent bride. Bingo was the diversion, high prize being awarded to Miss Kva Curlco. Dainty refreshments wen: served. Appointments were In keeping with Valentine Day Mrs. Harper, the former Miss Ann Sielx'r of Dawson. is employed at the State Highway ofllce nt Uniontown Mrs. Stanley Belghlcy and Miss Ida Siebcr of Daw«;n were out-of-tovn guests at the fete. burgh Lake Laboratory. Guests at the anniversary party were from Conncllsville, Scottdoic, Jeannctte and Hunker. Tlie Daughters-.of. America, i'reetlom Coiincil-Ju). .107 "Will Hold n ; .'. : v.'-.-.:: Covered Dish Supper WecL Evening, Fefc'9 Jr. O. U. A..M. Hall, Vanderbllt.; . Hours 6 to 7 . . ; Admission Z5c Free Bingo, Hlch and Low Prize Everybody Welcnmc . FREE MONOGRAMMING This Week on Clothing and Home Needs r Save Now on Your "Coat of Coats' Beginning An . Exciting New J^onMettliisisensational money-saving opportunity slip through !"This daring February event proves nguin tho niying your Fur Coat from our fur specialist again the value ,of our VAST VOLUME and -purchasing; power. REMEMBER . . . our furrier 5s ·jiot~Jack-6f-all-lradcs, but master pf one--Furs, to *wJieK-:the creation of furs is a life Ktucjy--not a side- dine;.'.When, the fur .market broke, he grasppd the ' opportunity .to bring you FUR COATS that regularly sell-' for. $98.50 to ^139,50. Choice o f smart furs: · · . - · - - ; r'KUR.-COATS-that regularly sell-for $139.50 to $189.50...:Sea this fine selection.' .' .. ; - . ' LOVELY FURS that regularlv Cl OQ * n sell for $13.5 to $395.00. Beau- ·* ' ·£·** lu tiful luxurious furs now very jnnnr .low priced. - ' §295 Convenient Easily Arranged! SALE.BEGINS WEDNESDAY-LASTS THRU SATURDAY! BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WIUTTBN FOB CKNTRAJb PRBSS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y Tho Authority on AuthorlUcB" NEVEIt TOO BESIOTK NO MATTER how remote a certain danger may seem to be, It Is worth guarding against. One of thcsa which always may bo waiting to .ambush a suit declarer la the possibility of a defensive ruff or ovemuT. For that reason, the hos* UIo trumps should always be dropped before attempting a ruff, If the declarer can afford the try and ·till have enough left for any ruffi no requires. A J 7 5 V I C ·· A K 7 S 4 8 2 A A K 0 8 6 V A 7 3 3 4 None *A J10 (Dealer: East- North-South vulnerable,) South'a opening bid on this deal wasl-Spadc, West ovcrcallcd with ,2-HearU, North bid 3-Clubs, Soutli '3-Spades, North 4-Bpadca, South flvn and North sl^ ,gainst this contract, tho heart ,K ivu led by West and won by ;South with the A. South 1 Immediately ruffed a heart and Eaot ovcr- rufted.' A club was returned and ruffed by West, who led another heart for Bast to ruff. This en. ablcd East to give West another club nid. As South harl nine trumps, his safest play w*) to have tried out the trump Hltuutlnn first. The two dlamnndfl would have provided for two ulr tho )njiu£ hearU and tho extra heari could then have been trumped In the dummy. If Cast covered the club Q with the K, acvcn could have been made, but If ha did not, South could not have missed six. Tomorrow's Problem Marjorie Ann Ashe To Wed Detroit Man S a t u f d a y , Feb. 19 Mr. and Nlrs. Stanley P. Ashe of North Side, Pittsburgh, formerly of. Conncllsville, have issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Miss Marjorie Ann Ashe, to Fred- crick Storey of Detroit, Mich.. The wedding will take place Saturday evening. February 19, at the home of the bride-elect, 61 Hivervicw avenue. Miss Ashe is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. C. Roy Hetzel of West Cedar avenue and has a number of friends here. Her father, warden o£ the Western Penitentiary, is a former superintendent of the Conncllsville schools. V A 7 3 - » K 7 5 4 7 0 4 2 ·»Q J8 · O Q 8 6 3 . 4.10 5 3 4 A O 7 ' ' V K 6 2 · A82 + A J O S (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable.) The heart 4 Is led. against South'* 3-No Trump contract. When tho finesse 'of the club 8 Is won with West's K. what reading docs South get on the hand when FSast plays the C .on th« second round of clubs? American Affairs Theme of Program At Outlook Club "Headliners in American Aflsiirs," provided Interesting material for the program presented at the regular meeting of the Outlook Club held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs, C. Roy Hutzel iij West Cedar avenue. Mrs. John B/'Dnvis was in charge of the progriftn, her theme being "Women in American Affairs." She told ol these women and displayed their pictures, of the splendid program, roll was called. Each member responded by naming a local or national American woman and telling something of her work. The hostess, as.-oslcrt by hir mother, Mrs. W. S. Heeler of Monroe, a guest, served a dittnty lunch, Mrs. II. H. Cruig ot Pittsburgh -was also u guest. I). B. B. Club to Meet. The B. B. li. Club will- meet Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Albert Onidorff of Gibson avenue, South Connellsvillu. NAOMIiMISSIONARY SOCIETY HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION The Naomi Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. John P. Harbor In Murphy avenue. After the worship period, conducted by Mrs. Charles E. Carson, officers foe the ensuing year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Fred Cropp; vice-president, Mrs. J. Montgomery Dilworth; secretary, Mrs. George P. Nairn; assistant secretary, Mrs. Don C. Fosselman; secretary of literature, Mrs. C. L. MacDonald; treasurer, Mrs. O. C. Harmon; pianist, Mrs. C. E. Rothllsberger; secretary of stewardship, Mrs. Clyde Goe; secrcr At the close! t.'iry of missionary education, Mrs. 1 Clyde Williams. A social, hour followed the meeting. Refreshments were served. VALENTINE PARTY FOLLOWS FRIENDSHIP TEMPLE SESSION A well attended meeting of Friendship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters, was held Monday evening at Elks Hall. Seven visitors from Scottdolc and five from Athens Temple No. 80, were present. Mrs. Georgia Travis, who was recently discharged from the Uniontown Hospital, was reported to be improved. Mrs. Edna Blasoy and Mrs. Ruth Waugerman were received as new members. A Valentine party was held at tho close ot the meeting. Lunch, consisting of ice cream, cake and coffee were served. ' · Pitchfork Infection Fatal. · JOHNSTOWN, Feb. 8.--An Infection that resulted from a pitchfork wound above the right eye suffered in an accident five weeks ago, today caused the death in Somerset Hospital of five-year-old Harry Miller of Rockwood. The boy apparently had recovered from the wound when the infection developed. Do you fr*l §o ntrvoos you want to acrraml Are you crou and Irritable? Do you «cctd tbo«« drareet to yout If your rwrvM »r« on Pdjjf. try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VECBTAn^E COMPOUND. It often bdpf Naturo calm qulrcrln*- nerve*. For three eenvratiotu one woman na* told anDtbcr how to co "·mlllne throuffb** ' ' ' "·'nkljani'j VcKctaMe Con( Id-dU K. I'lakham'a VcgctaU pouna. It help* Nature tone up th* tfyatern, tbua . Sorf the dlKomtoru from the functioc-J db- oraen wbleb women must rndure. U.ko a note NOW to eel a bottle of «orM- famou* rjnkbam'c Compound today WITHOUT FAIL from your druccUt-~oioro than a nation women hayij writu-o in letun n- · porUol benefit. Why not In I.YD1A E. PINKHAM'3 VEGETAJ3LE COMPOUND? °* u "* a Perry W. C. T. U. Wednesday. The Perryopolis Woman's Christian Temperance U n i o n will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ot the home of Mrs. O. P. Pore of Perry opolU. SAVE MONEY Men's Suits and Topcoats 49c OH DRY CLEANING Ladies' Dresses and Coats (plain). i State* 3a 80S So. Plltsliur'gji Street Opj». Carnegie' GENERAL ElECTRIC SPEEDSTER "42 Speed Orai.' Matter Oven! Super Brotlcri AU-thrte-comb'mcd-ip-one I oil ]?37 Gon.ro! El.clric Rang. Mod.b E«cept METEOR and COMET.) Other G-p Automatic Range $ -j"^ -3 models for as little as IZ.J HEW oac*plecc porcelain "Uoitpp." NEW cop OTCQ vent and automatic moiKtuc control. Cannot stain wall. NEW flat, ribbon.type G-E Hi-Speed CaUod cooking units--greater speed and economy. HIV/ Duplex C-i; Hi-Speed Cclrod oven unit. t «oge should be a Genet i! Electric--the range that will be Itill modern "tomorrow." It simplifies the fine art of good Cooking--add] a new wst to meal preparation. Electric cookery ii the limplcsl method of cooking ever known--better tatting, more healthful foods -- more uniform rciultt , -- more leisure time--cleaner--cooler-- ' faster--cheaper! Commercial nnd Domestic Electrical UNIONTOWN 30 \n. Gullatln Ave. I'lionc 45 Supplies and Beer Equipment CONNELLSVILLF, 107 So. Pittsburgh St. I'lionc lit".

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