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Thursday, February 10, 1938
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. JPAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE. PA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10,JOSS. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Missionary Society of Redstone Presbytery Wilt Hold Annual Convention at Scoitdale Plans for the annual convention of 'the Woman's Missionary Society of the Bedstone Presbytery to bo held May 5 and 6 at Scoitdale, were discussed at the mid-winter meeting o£ The annual Valcntmc party of the .. Busim B. and P. W. Club Will Give Valentine Party the executive committee held Tues day afternoon at the Second Presbyterian. Church of Uniontowa The themoTJbr"all.sessions-i"s JChuYch Women Ready for Creative Work ' Committees were appointed as follows: j^rrr.~~. Program-^Irs. H rwT. McRobbie of Conncllsville, chairmaK r Mrs,"'j:-W. Forsythe of ScottdalcT^MffcP'Mr L Johnson of Uniontow n arnKMrffC L MacDonald of Connellsvllle. Budget--Mrs. K. B. Porter of Fair- ex hance,- chairman,- Mrs -AIicc~-Co\ iebs and Professional Women s Club will be held this evening at 8 o'clock at the West Fenn Model Home The committee. Miss Reb.i Pore and Miss Elizabeth Bower, has arranged varied entertainment and a fine time is anticipated. Refreshments will be served ~ of New "Salem " and" : Mrs/-" Camblc of New Salem. Mary _ meeting of the executive committee will Jae-held Wednesday evening, May 4, at the hostess church. Mrs Knrry dark of Uniontown, president;-presided and Mrs.-Edward Vail of New Salem conducted the de- volionals Her theme was "The Power of Prayer." Lunch was served by the Vcdado. Missionary Society Valentino appointments prevailed Among those attending the meeting were Mrs W J Momycr of Scott- dalc H Df. .Mary Marsh and Miss Viola Stevenson of Mount Pleasant, Mrs J. Q. Robinson of West Newton, Mrs. McRobbie and Mrs MacDonaJd. MRS. A. E. LOWERY IS SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY A surprise birthday pirty in honor of Mrs A E - Lowcry was held Wednesday evening with approximately thirty of her friends gathering at her home at 308 East Patterson avenue The affair was arranged by Mrs Frank A, Pitsch and Miss Helen Lovery The evening was" spent in playing games and VALENTINE PARTY GIVEN BY LITTLE FLOWER CLUB A Valentine party Wednesday evening by was held the Little Flower Club at St Rita's school. The room_was;2ttractivoly decorated In Valentine apopintments Bunco was the diversion of the evening with prizes being awarded to Miss Catherine Mascia and Miss Helen George Miss Minnie Williams was awarded the_3oor prize. The following program was given Vocal duet, "Rosalie," Viola Rice and Marie Gallasso; rcading,~"Yes;"'l've Been Married," Josephine Carbanaro; tap dance, Diletta vocal solo, ""A Platinum Ruggicri; Star In Heaven,"-Miss Rice. Birthday greets Ings were sung to Miss Flora Per-" natozzi. "~" -Lunch was served. The committee in charge comprised Miss Angela Vernarva, Miss Antoinette Pujia arid Miss Irene Long ~The next regular meeting will be held Wednesday, February 16 M. E. EPWORTH LEAGUE GIVES VALENTINE PARTY '.The Epworth League of the First Methodist Episcopal Church gave a Valentine jalmagundi party Wednesday night at the jmalZ social room of the church. Forty were present, guests including members of the senior choir of the First Church and Epworth Leaguers from the Greenwood M. E. Church. High prize was vvon by Charles H. Poshard and second by Mass Ruby Taylor. Several games of volleyball were played. Refreshments: were served. Favors were valentines. IN ONE CLASS MEETS WITH SUSS THEL-MA HALL The Win One Class of the Church of God of South Connclslvillc held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Thelma Hall of Poplar G"xve Each member of the class gave her favorite verse of Scripture and a short talk Rev L -Frank .Hans, pastor, gave, an inter* cstlng talk on "Choosing Christian Companions" Fourteen members and. six 1 visitors; wire-present. t^Aftcr the business.meeting a dainty lunch was scrVed-by the "hostess and her mother,.Mrs. 'Garrelt Hall. -JThe r.cxt.mCLctog win be held nt the homaTot.fhe IteacherT'Mrs. Fred "McElhancy. " _ZZT-*»^ SIRS. EDWARD DYE HOSTESS TO WEDNESDAY NITE CLUB Mrs. Edward Dye entertained the Wednesday Kite Club at her home at South Conncllsvillc. Two tables were arranged for five hundred. Prizes were won by Mrs. J. E. Schcll and Mrs. Anna Lutz. The hostess served a dainty lunch, " i sisted by her daughter, Miss Kathryn. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, February 25, at the home of Mrs. Scholl. Members are asked to note change in time. MRS. ALBERT ORNDORFF IS HOSTESS TO B. B. B. CLUB The B. B. B. Club was entertained Wednesday "night at the home of Mrs. Albert Orndorff. Nine members and four guests were present. After a short business session bingo was played. Prizes _were TV on by Mrs J G Colp, Mrs, Alfred PJrl and Mrs. Kenneth Meyers. Delicious refreshments hostess. were served by the The March meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Russell Pierce in Gibson avenue. Queen .Esther Class Meets. Miss Ethel and Lois Solomon entertained the Queen Esther Class of t h e Davistown Evangelical Church Friday evening at their home. A social hour- supplemented the business cssion. Latc^ a dainty lunch was served by" Mrs Lottie Solomon, mother of the hostesses. Officers elected were President, Ethel Solomon, vice-president, Kath- crine Harkcom; secretary, Gaylc Adams; aistant secretary, Lois Solomon; treasurer, Betty Kuhns; program chairman, Eleanor Glotfelty; social chairman. Birdie Murray. The next meeting will be held Monday evening, February J.4; at the home of Rev and Mrs. Brj on Bishop. MEN LOVE GIRLS WITH PEP If yoa ar« ptppy and foil of foe, mn win Ia- vlte you to dftacf* aod parties. BUT. if you ate crosi. tifrkM and tired, men won t be lotrmttd Men don't Ilk* "quirt" cltU. For tare* croantloo* oo» woman liu tolil moothtr haw to CO "inullrur throughTM with Lydli E. Pltltiimml VtteUM* Compound. 1C help* Natur* tone up taaysUin, thua IMMA* lot th» divcomlorts ttotm the (unctloaal db* oroen which wonto ntat mdure M«k. · now MOW to ttl« bouli of world' famoua Pinkham'* Compound todar WITHOUT JAIL. Inn your droitirt-- more than a million women. b»v« written. la kttcn^v- , porttac benefit. Why not lr» LVDrA E- PINKBAM'3 VEGETABLE COMTOUNDJ prizes were Moore," Mrs Scoreo Rudolph, Lindsay Wilson, Frantf A Pitsch, John LcV/is and John Moore. Mrs I/-vvcry was the recipient of many lovely gifts, among them an electric percolator At n late hour n delicious lunch \vnj served "by l"rs Pitsch," assisted by Mrs. George Hall, Mrs Harvey Stull, Miss Martha Bashaw and Misses Helen and June Lowory. Valentine appointments prevailed. Out-of- town guests were Mr. and Mrs Lindsay Wilson of Star Junction nnd Aloyslus Amond of Scottdalc. KEKYSTOXE CCUBfGIVES -_ CARD AND-BINOO PARTT The weekly card «md;bInRo party of "the Keystone-Cluf, held Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Temple was well attended Prizes were won by the following- Five hundred--high, Miss Cith- erine Trafacanty; second, Mrs W. S Bovvlin; third, Mrs Sarah Bums- worth; bingo--high, Mrs Roy Jayncs; second, Mrs Mary Reed, third, Mrs Elmer Gcrhart; door--Mrs Agnes Bair, special bingo--Mrs J W. Watson and Mrs Clara Ranker NATIONAL DEFENSE MEETING TO BE HELD AT CALIFORNIA Tho Tri-County Council of the American Legion Auxiliary will hold a national defense meeting Sunday, February 20, at the California State Teachers College. _ James E Isherwood of Wayncs- burg, past department commander of the American Legion, and Mrs E K Beadle will be guest speakers. Following the meeting the Lct,lon home will be Inspected. EDNA REBEKAIIS PLAN ' COVERED-DISH SUFMR -Edna Rebckah Lodge last evening, at its regular meeting, made arrangements for a covered-dish supper preceding its business mpQtmg of February 23, to be followed by bingo An unusually large, number of mcmbers,were pn hand to greet Deputy President Margaret Fields and other visitors from Belle Vernon. The attendance prize was awarded to Mrs Sarah \Veimer. I. V. Ronzcr's Class Meets. Tnc monthly meeting of I. V. Rouzja-'s Class of the First Christian Church was held Thursday night at the home-of Miss Geraldinc Lardm In North "Pittsburg street. A business session was held, after which Miss Bliss Hoffman had charge of the social program A ^delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her aunt, Mrs McCprmick Miss Bculah Gllmore, superln^nd- ent of -the senior department of the Sunday school, was a guest I. C. E. Will Meet Tonight. The Intermediate Christian Endeavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church will meet this evening at 7 30 o'clock at the church for its monthly-business meeting A joint social hour with the senior En- deavorcrs will supplement the business session. Will Entertain Club. - Tho~My-Te Good Club will be entertained Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Harry- Leichliter of South Cottage avenue New York's Ace Gardeners ·i-ardcd to Mrs. John I R T Sullivan. Mrs ' Holding their trophy and a nmule of their prize celery »r« the Mullen «stor», Zclda (left) »nd Louise, of SUfford. N. Y., after they had been acclaimed champion e»rdoncri of the New York StaU 4-H Cluba for 1937. Tho award waa mado at the annual Potato and Vegetable Growers' Association in Syiacme. (Ctntrol Prtti) BARCLAY ON BRIDGE FOB CENTRA!. PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y Authority en AatborlUe*- UIIO RCPTS FIRSTT WHEN A DEFENDER has the aame number of trumps u you, or more, the safest move usually Is to shorten his holding by making him ruff a aide trick before he can make you ruff. If you have to trump nrst, he may wind up with the liut trump and then run hi» BUlt. V AK8 3 · 8 6 4 4 Nona V Q 10 7 6 2 · 8 5 3 + 8 T« 63 } many trumps u himself, he Immediately switched to the club suit, to force a trump or two out of We«t The second club lead was ruffed by West, who then cubed hla diamond Q and followed with another diamond, which the declarer trumped A third club was led by South and when We«t ruffed. h« had oily two remaining trumpi Thre* tricks had been cashed by West, a diamond and two trumpi, but It was Impossible for him to capture another trick, 10 that South made the doubled contract. 4 A Q 9 S 8 · A T 4.KQJ10 (Dealer South. Both sides rul- nerable ) South started the bidding on this deal with 1-Spade, North called 2- Hearts, South 3-Clubs, North 3- Spades and South 4-Spades, which Went doubled The opening lend of the diamond K was won by South with the A The *pado A was cashed and when South discovered that West held ai GEORGE FISHER, FORMER UNIONTOWN CIVIL WAR .VETERAN, DIES AT 100 Special to The Courier UNIONTOWN, Tcb 10--Thinning ranks of th Civil War veterans lost one of then most prominent and oldest members on Friday, Januiry 21, w*icn George Fisher, nc«d 100 -n, | former resident of Uniontown and | luibband of the late Martha Rockwell Fisher, of this city, died at the home of a daughter, Mrs Joseph Picthall, in Auroia, after a two weeks' illness Deceased uas bom in Germany and came with the family to the United States when he was l r cars of age After spending a few years in New York City, he moved to Uniontown, where he secured employment on a farm At the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted in the Union aimy and scived under Generals McClelland and Grant fought in the battles of Wiltin--sburg, Chatleston Deep Bottom and Dismal Svvjmp and took r-irt in many other battles of less importance '"'hile serving as a private - Compiny E, 85th Pennsylvania Infantry, he was wounded by an enemy shell He was promoted to the rank of corporal and returned to complete three ears and three months of army service On several occasions he conversed with President Lincoln He also witnessed the bct- tle between the Monitor and the Mcrnmac and was one of the men who built Swamp Angel a masked battery with which the Union forces shelled Charleston Soon after his discharge from the army in November, 18B4, he was united in marriage to Miss Martin Rockwell it Uniontown and in 1884, they moved to Ncbrnski and established their home on a farm near Arbonvillc Until a few yoirs ago, Mr. Fisher maintained his home in the vicinity of Arbonvillc About seven years ago he went to Aurora to make his j home with his daughter though he j maintained his voting residence In j Arborvillc township until his death. On October 6. 1937, he celebrated bis 100th birth anniversary. He was the oldest surviving member of the Robert Anderson Post of the G A R In Aurora for several years Mr Fisher's death reduces the number of Civil War veterans with membership in the Robert Anderson Post, to three Surviving are four sons, Rev. Charles Fisher of Clcvclind, Ohio, Dr A. M Fisher of Bismarck, N D ; Walter ind Thonms Fisher of Polk, and two diughtcr, Mrs Joseph Pict- hall of Aurora and Mrs Charles Swanson of York. Senator's Bride Tomorrow'B Problem V J 10 9 3 · 10 S 5 2 + 0 5 3 3 4 A Q 10 8 V A . Q 7 8 · 7 4 3 4. A 10 (Denier: Zut Neither rid* rul- ncnble) \Vhnt play by South enabled liim to make his contract of 8-SpadeJ after the lead of the club 2? SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY PLANS VALENTINE FETE The monthly meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary to the Faycttc County Fish and Gume Protective Association will ba held Mondnj evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs Frank Smith, 505 R ice street At the close of the meeting a Vil- entlne party for members their husbands and a few guests, will be held MRS CHARLES DETW1LER TO SPEAK AT UNIO.NTOWN Mrs Charles Detwllcr of rear Pcnnsvi le will be the guest speaker at an open meeting of the Women's Missionary Societj of the Great Bethel Baptist Church of Uniontown to be held Tuesday, March 8 It will be an open meeting and tea will be served PRISCILLA SEWING CIRCLE TO HOLD ANNUAL BANQUET The annual banquet of the Prisciila Sowing, Circle will be held Wednesday evening, February 18, at 630 o'clock at the Old Homestead on the Pcnnsvillc rood. Mrs J. L Clyphcr is chairman. SENIOR C. E. SOCIETY WILL MEET TONIGHT The Senior "Christian Endeavor Society of the First Methodist Pro- testont Church will meet tonight at 7 30 o'clock at the church Officers and chairmen are asked to come prepared to gh e written reports Licensed to Marry. Harry Morris and Edna Williams of Smock, John Stclck of Dunbar and Helen Fetsko of Lciscnrmg, Andrew S Zcrechccg of West Lels- cnrmg and Doiothy E Stiner of Oliver, John Stanko and Mary Smith of Lciscnring No 3 wcie licensed to wed at Uniontown. Will Meet Friday The Friendship Club wiil meet Friday night at the home of Mrs John Lewis in South Prospect street CATCH COLD EASILY? VICKS VA-TRO-NOL helps prevent ^rnany colds helps end a cold quicker dtUUio/ltt Plan In cock Vfcb Pi COLDS HANG Oil AND ON ? V / I C K S v VAPOR us HAGAN MANAGERS. FRIENDS GATHER AT DIN'NER-'DANCE Store managers nnd salesmen of the I. N. Hagan Ice Cream Company and their wives and girl friends githcrcd Wtdncsdny evening at Bill Green's night club, along Route 51, near Pittsburgh, for a dinner and dance Thirty persons attended the affair Among theme were Henry E Stimmol, manager of the local store, and Miss Betty Graham of Star Junction, Willis Withcritc of thu city, man igcr of the Fairmont store, and Miss Mirtha Downs of Connellsvllle, ·md Robert Elscy of Uniontown, former local manager, nnd Miss Vcrnice Hoover of ConnelslviUc Others represented the stores at Uniontown, Brownsville, Morgantown, Woyncsburg, Latrobe, Mount Plcas-int and Grcensburg VALENTINE PARTY TO FOLLOW E. M. S. CLASS MEETING A meeting of the E M S . Class oi the First Methodist Protestant Church will be held Friday night at 7 o'clock at the church A Valentine social will follow the meeting Meeting. Tho Elks Coke City Lodge No 126 West Side, extends an invitation to all Elks to meet Saturday night, 8 P M and Sunday afternoon at 2 30. The speaker will be Jas. Marlowe, Grand Deputy of Western Penna Chicken and hilterlmg will be served. Jno Wallace, Secretary.-- Advertisement.--10feb-3c. Vanderbilt Legion Auxiliary Members Hear Defense Talk Mrs Daniel McGill and Mrs tcr Barrlcklow entertained Les- thc American Legion Auxiliary of Emery Lewis Pratt Post of Vanderbilt at the home of Mrs McGill. Fourteen members and eight guests were present. Mrs Molly Mlnch of California, defense chairman, gave R talk on 'National Defense" and Mrs Elizabeth Harris of Charlcroi, Southwestern director, discussed membership, complimenting the Vanderbilt unit on Its 1938 drive Mrs. Nellie Orlindo, president, calling attention to invitations to be present at a national defense meeting in Connollsville on Fcbruiry 21 and the coming past presidents' banquet to be held at Chirlerol on February 24, urged that all members make it a point to attend Mrs Orlando give a report on the TrI-County Council meeting held at Brownsville Others who attended that meeting were Mrs John Ferrari, Mrs Wray T Laird and Miss Grace Moore After the meeting bingo was enjoyed and prizes were received by Mrs. Elizabeth Harris and Mrs Mary Addis A lunch in keeping with Valentine Day was served The next meeting will be held March 8 at the home of Mrs Jesse Pratt with Mrs Kate Pratt as co- hostess. Stork at Hospital. A daughter was born nt 10'15 o'clock this morning at Connellsville Stitc Hospital to Mr and Mrs. Clayton McFadden of Scottdalc. D A N C E EAGLES HALL Saturday, February 19 Music By ," arnclionej'b Orchestru o£ tirccusbnrg, 1'n. Hours 8 30 to 12 00 Door Prize Mary James Foley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamcn W. Foloy, of Winter Haven, Fla, is pictured shortly before she became the bride of William II Smathcrs, Senior United States Senator from New Jersey. Tho ceremony waa performed, with only a few friends prcgcnt, in a romantic little church near the national capita!. (Central Pnts) Mrs. Eiia Rice Fatally Injured By Automobile SCOTTDALE, Fcb. 10--Mrs Ella Rice, 64 years old, of Homestead avenue, died at 10 10 o'clock Wednesday night in Frick Hospital from injuries received at 8 45 o'clock when she wns struck by an automobile driven by Donald Rogers o£ Chestnut street. She hod a fractured skull Mrs. Rice, a widow, was walking along the road outside the borough line at Homestead avenue when the accident occurred Mr Rogers rushed the woman to Frick hospital Mrs Rice would have been 65 years old today She hod been a member of the United Brethren Cl.arch since In early life Her husband, Charles L Rice, died in August, 1925. Surviving are three sons and a daughter Walter of Monongahela, Floyd of Scottdalc, James of Hersey and Mrs T 1 Brant of Burlington, N. J , There are seven grandchildren and three sisters: Mrs Thomas Sproat of Dawson, Mrs. Frank Hixon of Scottdalc and Mrs. Jesse Wellington of New Kensington The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock at the home Burial will be in Scottdale Cemetery The body is at the Murphy funeral home. Hospital Patients. Bormdlne Shcpler, eight years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Curtm Shcpler of Normalville, and Mary Ruth Martin, seven months old, of Mclcroft, hav c been admitted to Con- ncllsville State merit. Hospital for treat- Lillle Alice Harris Already Knows, and Dislikes, Cod [ UNIONTOWN, Fcb 10 -- You can't fool little Alice Harris, the atonement child in moat kindly hands In the county home. She knows the difference between her liquid diet and cod liver oil. And to prove it she displays a temper which Is rather appreciated by Nurse J-ickson and others as a sign o£ returning mentality Several times in the midst of a mca] Nurse Jackson has attempted to slip in the cod liver oil. These itlompls have been met by a storm Alice kicks cries and makes painful fjcoj, .is the oil is forced upon her. The little red-head has shown more temper within the Jast 24 hours than at any time since she was received at the county home And it appears to be a good indication. This morning for breakfast she was niven a cup o£ milk, prune juice and a fine grain cereal. She seems unable to swallow mashed potatoes given her, cries and spits them out Instead of sharing a large bed with two male babies Alice now enjoys a bed of her own, sent out, with a clothes cabinet, by v the Uniontown Hospital. The bed has been placed ncai a window where she benefits from sunlight. DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES' HALL fllxonfans 8:30 to 12 Door Prize $10.00 DIJiXEK ,, JuC Thursday, February 10, 1988 7.00 P. M. to 10 00 P. M. HAAS HOUSE 111 South Water Street ELKS BINGO TONIGHT Door Prize: !. E. S. FLOOR LAMP Value $25.00 S P. 3f. BE HERE! CARD PARTY JUKIOR CULTURE CLUB Benefit Eje Fund Thursday, Feb. 17th Woman's Culture Club Hooins Auction And Contract Bridge, "500" and Binso PRIZES L1TNCH Admission 50c Cand f Valentine I for ' Chocolate* fresh from the makers! A package everyone-- icluding Heart Boxet --at 25c to $7.50 Woohvorth Bldg., X DJRUGCIST ConncIIs^ille, Pa. Luwrenco Galley, Hillcrest, CoitiicllsiIIIe KID/ - WHEN voooraiv THE KIND OF USED CAR. TORN OVUK- VUH W E L L POUUV OO YOo FtsEL. VERBAL PART? T ° -3 OAR NOW? ^ Au _ EXCEPT THE VERBAL PftRT/ U/ONT Hf\ve USE F^R T K A T V M N O OV="/ * When you buy a new CHRYSLER heie you won't h.iie any use for that kind of language, eithci! All Chrvs'.er eais arc built"to give vehety smooth performance. The} 're jll sturdily built--with a body o£ safety-steel Come 111 and see how smart thej are--and hov\ easv to dn\e! Folds, Plmouths, Dodges, Oldsmobilcs, Pontiacs, Nashes and Auburns See these cars befoie buying any Ued Cai You cannot make a bettei buy 1 Puced at $40 $50 $65 $95 $125 $145

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