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PAGE TWO THE DAILY COURIER/. CONNELLSVILLE. PA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 193S. B. and B.W. Members, Guests Make Merry" Ar Valentine Party Of the many social meetings held byrthc Business and Professional Women's Club none was more dolight- fut:than_thc.annual Valentine party given Thursday night at the West Pcnn Model Home. Thirty-one members participated el "entertainment arranged by the committee, MisrReba Pore .and Miss EUzabcth" Bower. Appointments, were perfect ir. every detail and the room, prettily decorated .in keeping with the occasion, wasrthe scene.-of much gayety throughout the evening. An-auction sale launched the merriment of the evening, a: variety of "white elephants" bcinfi "disposed of to -the highest bidders by Mrs. A. E. VanNatta, who. couldn't .have been better in'the'role of auctioneer. The next diversion was a' guessing contest; "our city streets," prizes going to Miss"Grace-Adams and Miss Sylvia Sullivan. Awards for a heart fishing contest were received by Mrs. M. M. Snyder, Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell, Miss Viola Paisley, Miss Sylvia Sullivan and Miss Mary Glover. Contests, "?"*ind answers" and "perfect harmony," provided much amusement. The prize for the latter was won by Mrs. John S. Buck, president of the club. Fortunes were then told, after which a dainty Valentine lunch was served by the committee, assisted by Mrs. John M. Young. The ice cream was centered with a red heart and small candy hearts decorated the cup cakes. -Favors were paper and candy heart-shaped valentines. The decorations were especially attractive, an outstanding feature being a clever heart tree which adorned the center of the mantel. Red tapers, placed at cither end of r thc mantel, and showers of "red and white paper hearts embellished with cuplds were, arranged about the room. , February being International Rela- Mrsl F. S. Opperman To pive Book Reviews Before Culture Club - Th semi-monthly meeting "of the Woman's Culture Club to be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the clul rooms at the Carnogici-Frcc Library will be featured : by'" book reviews to be given by Mrs. Fred field, Mrs. Charles Dctwilcr, Mrs. A. I. Danijels,^Mrs.j;C. H. Stpufter and Mrs. C. E-Carson. Mrs. H. W. McRobbie will preside over .the business^ cession. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN FOU DOLORES. MANZELLA Mrs. Dominic Paris gave n prettily arranged party Thursday afternoon at her home, 158 North Eighth street," West-Side, In'honor'of the flfth birthday" of her" little "niece, Dolores Manzclla, d a u g h t e r of Michael -Manzella, also of North Eighth street. The hours were from 2 to 5 o'clock. During the afternoon the little guests danced, played games and sang. Prizes for games were won by Nicholas Manzclla, Milton Munk, Jr., Patty Ann Pcpor- ell and Jean Declcmentl. A dainty lunch was served at 4 o'clock, Dolores and her friends being seated at one large table which was prettily decorated, a color scheme of pink and white prevailing. The centerpiece was Â» large white birthday cake ornamented with five pink candles. Pink crepe paper was festooned from the chandelier to each place. Favors were small chocolate hearts on which was inscribed the name of each guest. Many beautl- ful gifts were presented to Dolores. Mrs. Paris' aide was Mrs. Roy Christ. , " Â· Â· " . - 'Guests were Angelica Paris, Patty Ann .Pepcrcll. .Betty-;June Schiff- baucr, Theresa May Godlscheck. Joan Declcmcnti,. Lorctta Galasso, Philip County Executives ! Dunbar Township Man |S. S. Executives Of A. O. H. Auxiliary i Mus Â» kemove Fence ^ To Meet Here Sunday The rogulor meeting of the Fnyctte county board of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Ancient Order oÂ£ Hibernians will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the assembly hall of the Immaculate Conception Church. Division officers oÂ£ Fayette and lions month for,the National Federa- _, , _ . , tion of Business and . Professional R ^ s Â°'^ * ^ ie Â° Ia ,', ., .,,,,, Womens Clubs, the local, committee; Â«l la , Nicholas ManzclUl, Jr., Milton MJSS Viola Paisley,-chairman,.has ar.t.Munle,_Jr. r and Philip. Paris .and ranged a mock court-trial,."Who Is Guilty in Asia, .Chlna'.or Japan?,", lor the next meeting on .Tuesday night, February 22. " Â· '.: ' JosbplvCochran. LOTTIE ~A. BRADLEY. CLASS -- r FORMS PLANS FOR ^SUPPER Â·; The regular:business.^and .social meeting of the Lottie "A. Bradley Class oÂ£-'thc; South. Connellsville Evangellcal'Church was held Thursday .night at the social"room "of the cnurch. It was nlso-"decided to hold a covered-dish, supper, in .connection with the next meettaÂ£:on Thursday evening,.March 3. _ : Plans for n fool sale were made at a brief business session., .At the close of the mcctnig the class attended the revival service in a body. MRS. J. E. SCIIELL IS HOSTESS TO J. F. CLUB The J. F. Club was entertained by . . . - , , . . Mrs. James E. Schcll at her home Music and dancing were among t h e ; , H yndman street. South Connells- ''Â· """ "' Â« hc Â° vc TM% Â° clici ,Â°Jf ville, Thursday evening with bingo as the chief diversion. Prizes were won by Mrs. H. C. Shlppy, first: Mrs. C. A. Durbin, second, aiid Mrs. D. W. Cook, thrid. A special bingo prize was won by Mrs. C. O. Meyers. Mrs. Edward Dye was the recipient of .the CABMINE MOLINARO. BRIDE - HONORED WITH SHOWER Completely ..surprised were-_Mr. and Mrs. Carmine V. Molinaro, recent ncwlyweds, .when" about one- hundred of their relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. Molinaro's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis' Wolinaro of-512 West Murphy avenue, Monday night and held a miscellaneous shower and serenade in their honor. The serenade was given.-by Moliriaro's Band, directed by Amcdeo Molinaro, brother ol Carmine, a member, ol'the band. The surprise was supervised by Arncdco Molinaro and his sisters, Gemma, AnnaCGraccCtand TCatalicn. refreshments were served at a late hour. Mr. andi Mrs.' Molinaro received many beautiful and useful gifts. Among them was an electric roaster, a gift from the bridegroom's family. The band presented the newlyweds with attractive electric mantel clock; Mrs. Molinaro is the,former Miss Anna K. Matuschak of Brookvale. Out-of-town guests, were -from Star Junction, Mount Pleasant, Uniontown, Dunbar and T. N. T. CLUB WILL ' '-_"Â·,, ,, GIVE CHICKEN SUPPER The T. N. T. Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Cecilia" Micheals. At the business session it was decided to hold a chicken supper Tuesday evening, February 22, atfjlho Old Homestead._ _ Members may-bring their" husbands or ~ a" friend. Five hundred was the diversion of the evening. High prize was awarded to Miss Eleanor. Harvey, draw to Mrs. Eleanor Mongello and low to Mrs. Edna Rulli. In honor of her. birthday the hostess was feted wilh.'a gift shower. A .dainty luncheon was served by Mrs.:Micheals, assisted by her sister, Miss: Evelyn Bartholomai. . PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE - GIVES CARD, BINGO PARTV The Protected Home Circle held itsrivcckly card party Tuesday night at P.-H. C. Hall. Prizes were awarded to the following: " -Eive hundred--Norman Habcrer, first:; Miss Jean Black, second; Frank lllig, third. .' Bingo--Mrs. Sarah Stroup, first; Mrs. "Mary Rosendale,' second; Miss Margaret Mary Stroup',' third. Special--Mrs. Helen Cpssell, first; Miss Jean Black, second; 'Mrs. Helen Cossell, third. " -. - Door prize--Mrs. Mary Belle Tober. 3LVNY FROM HERE ATTEND DANCE IN PITTSBURGH About eighty persons from Connellsville motored to Pittsburgh Thursday night and attended a large Valentine dance given at the ball- loom of the Schenley Hotel by em- ployes of the West Penn system in Pittsburgh. Music was furnished by Barron Elliott's Orchestra. Those \% ho cared not to dance, played cards. The.hours were from 9 to 1 o'clock. SKINNY GIRLS! C*n often uln flattertnr poandi and UKIV vitality by uddluE Yruc Vlumlu and Iron (as contained In Vlnol) to their diet Start UVlns Vlnol today and notice how skinny limbs and flat chert start to fill out, liow ntly antlc disappear. No matter Â«bat you hayo tried or how sXtnny you art. set vlnoL Union Druf Company. guest, -prize.^- Mrs." -Schell .was _as- slstcd in Â·sonjing-lurich' by- he? sister, Mre.~Gh-ard."~The .next niVefirig will bc-held at the home^of MrsVMcyers. VANDERBILT, C. E~SOCIETJT .-~. 'TO GIVE'..VALENTINE'.PARTY T The" Christian Endeavor Society of 'the" -Vanderbilt' Presbyterian -Church "wlirjiold a."VaIcntlhe party Monday night, at the". homo\af.. Miss" Mary "L'c'ighty- oL .neac-.Trottcr_"^The. affair wili~b~ln~th^f6xrarcifa.-box-social end membefsTh'ay-bring friends. The social committee Is"to charge, and the . o'clock. " . - .* -Â· -- ~- Greene counties will be Installed. Mrs. Margaret Myers of Uniontown, county president, will preside. A social period and lunch will supplement the business session. IVITSSIONARY SOCIETIES HOLD JOINT 9IEETING The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies oÂ£ the First Methodist Episcopal Church met jointly Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. M. Evans ill East Crawford avenue. Mrs. C. O. Bane opened the meeting with n reading, "The, New Year's Gift." Dcvotion- als were in charge ol Mrs. L. S. Elliott Miss Louise Goldsmith of the Community Center nt Leisenring No. 3 sang two solos, "Tell Me His Name" jmd "The Christ of the Human Road." Readings were given by Mrs. J. B. Davis and Mrs. W. S. Bchanna. Mrs. Paul D. Luckcy reviewed the mission study book, "Rebuilding Rural America," after which Mrs. J. G. Cunningham gave a most interesting talk on "Mite Boxes." Th'cn, Miss Mae Webster, in charge of the Community Center at Leisenring, told of the work she is doing there. The meeting closed with prayer. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. H. Mclntire and Mrs. W. J. B. Mayo. BAPTIST EVER LOYAL CLASS GIVES VALENTINE PARTY The Ever Loyal Class of the First Baptist Church held 1U monthly meeting Thursday night at the home of Margaret Brownlcc in Wills road. The meeting was in the form of a Valentine party and after the business session a social hour wns enjoyed. Games were played and Valentine lunch was served. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by her mother, Mrs. J. S. Brownlce and her sister, Jean. Favors were valentines. Eleven members and two guests .were present Mrs. C. H. Blnfcle is the class teacher. "The next meeting will be held Thursday, March 31, place to be announced. With Mr*. J. F. Kerr. The Connellsville W. C. T. U. will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. French Kcrr at her home at 115 East Fairvlow'avenue. Plans will be made for an Institute to be held In the near future. Will Meet Tonljht. The Stella Cunningham Class of the First Â· Methodist Protestant Church will meet tonisht nt the home of Mrs. George Henry, East Falrvicw avenue. Two birthdays will be observed. Mcctine. The 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 Jus. Marlowe, Grand Deputy oÂ£ Western Pcnna. Chicken and chittcrllng will be served. Jno. Wallace, Secrctary.- Advcrtlscmcnt.--10fcb-3t l/ooklni for Bargains; II so, read the advertising columns Medicated with throat soothing ingredienta of Vicka VapoRub. VICKS COUGH DROP Flattering Smartness Begins With the ,New Footwear for . Spring. Rich Colors! New Designs! .Every Wanted Fashion Patents . Gabardines Fine Kidskins Soft Calfskins New Shades and Combinations HOOPER LONG tipeclal to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 11.--In an injunction directing the reopening of an alley in Dunbnr township, Judge H. S. Dumbauld ordered Samuel Joseph of Dunbar township to remove a fence which restricted pass- as*, shutting ofT property of Amnto Cicircttl from the highway. Ciciretti filed the suit, charging that he was damaged in being unable to gain access to the property nfter the fence had been constructed on the ground that the [land was a part oÂ£ the William Parkhill tract In which the alley was set aside. Finding against) Joseph, who denied that the land was part of the tract, the order placed costs of the suit against him, forbidding him to interfere now or later with the alley. Meet Saturday Monthly meeting of the executive committee of the Faycttc County Sunday School Association will be held Satuidoy afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in Fayette county courthouse at Uniontown. Matters pertaining to the county convention and other activities will be discussed. Stork at Hospital. A son was born at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Connellsville Stole Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luciur of North Pittsbui'K street. Fire Chiefs Meet Wednesday. Southwestern Pennsylvania Association of Fire Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs will meet Wednesday night at Wayncsburg. Hospital Patients. Mrs. Nora Speight of Dunbar, Curtis Harper of Vanderbilt and Jane Miller of RufTsdalc have been admitted to Connellsville State Hospital for treatment. When a girl makes doughni A man comes running w PRi is rich and tasty th a hasty O P O S A L THE "BAIANCED" FLOUR--MAKES GOOD BAKING BETTER Phone 680 681-155 Prompt Delivery BETTE Quality... Service .. ..Low Prices For 5^ Years! / 8 Happy .suggestions (or dnlnty Valentino IUCIIH.S. High grade foods nt lowest prices In keeping with the better quality. CROSSE-BLACKWELL'S Date-Nut Bread, 2 cans 27c PREMIER Bridge Sandwich Spreads, 2 cans 35c 4 Strlklrc Coasters FREE With Every Two Cans. 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