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\ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12,193S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKLLSVIULE, PA. PAGE THREE. Among the Churches FIUST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg street and Morton avenue, George R. Krupp, minister-Bible school! 9:45 A. M. Morning worship at 11; subject of sermon, "God Is Love." Pioneer Society at 3 P. M. Y. P. C. U. at 6:30. Evening service at 7:30; theme, "Love in Action." Mid-week service of prayer "and praise Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. PHILIP G. COCHRAN .M. E. Dawson, Dr. Charlcsworth, pastor --The services on Sunday will be as follows: 9:45 A. M., Church school: "vnÂ». preaching service, subject: "Religious and Political Liberty!" 6:45 P. M., Epworth League; 7:30, evangelistic service subject, "The Supreme Quest." Gospel singing. Come! FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Weimer Arcade, Crawford avenue .--Sunday services, 10:45 A. M. Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock. Sunday school for pupils under 20 years of age, is held at 9:30. Subject of lesson sermon, "Soul." Golden text, Psa. 35:9. A free reading room is maintained in the same building, where the authorized Christian Science literature may be read or borrowed, and is open each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 4 o'clock. The public is cordially invited to attend the services and visit the reading room. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Merrill L. Cadwcll, pastor--Bible school at 9:30 A. M. Morning worship at 10:40; "The Returning Tide oÂ£ Faith." The Expanded Session of the,'church school will attend the church service in a body, as is the custom on the second Sunday of the month. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 P.'M. Evening service at 7:30. The book by Ellen Glasgow, "Vein of Iron," will be used as the theme of the evening service. It is the story of a family livin? in a valley in Virginia, which see; passing before its eyes the drama of a changing world. They see what other people sec, but theirs is the privilege of adding understanding and meaning to ordinary sight. They "stand far enough oft to see the woods as well as the trees. Their conviction is that the world of their youth had within it a deep vein which held and guided amid cnang- cs. They are seeking a "Vein of Iron" which will support and sustain life in new conditions. It is a ue conviction and can be found. CHURCH OF GOD G. W. Byrnes, pastor, residence 1119 West Crawford avenue--Buchanan, Sunday school, 10 A. M. Preaching at 11. Christian Endeavor, 7:30 P. M. Mid-week service Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Clinton--Sunday school, 10 A. M. Preaching, 7:30 P. M. A two weeks' revival service will begin at Clinton church Sunday evening. Service each evening except Saturday evening beginning at 7:30 P. M. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Vino and Ncwmycr, F. A. Myers, astor, 407 E. Green street--Worship nd sermon, 9:45 A. M.; "Carry Your orncr." Church school session, 0:45, Mrs. Olive Lcplcy, supcrin- cndent. Â· Junior Church League, 6:45 . M. Y. P. D. meeting, 6:45; "Points I Interest on Airplane Tour to crusalcm." Evening service. "The hcphcrd and the Sheep," by the hoir, 7:30. Teachers and workers Â·onfcrcnce Monday evening, 7:30, at he church. FAYETTE UNITED BRETHREN W. J. Ritchey, pastor--Mount Olive--Sunday school, 10 A. M. At 11 there will be reception of members and observance of the ordinance of Lord's Supper. Men's Brotherhood meets at 2:30. Prayer-meeting, Tuesday, 7:30. East End--Sunday school, 10 A. M. Preaching, 7:30 P. M. The evening service marks the beginning of our evangelistic services at East End. Services will be held every evening at 7:30, with singing and preaching of God's Word. This is a day of unrest and uncertainty, but in Jesus Christ there is rest and security and assurance, you---coma God has a message for and hear it. For this initial service we expect to have with us the Men's Gospel Team of Bellwood. Come, hear these consecrated young men bear witness to the saving grace of God. The pastor will bring the messages from God's Word every evening. EVERSON UNITED BRETHREN P. A. Morris, pastor--Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. Worship, 10:45 Senior C. E., 6:30 P. M. Rcviva' service, 7:30; subject, "Plan of Salvation.' ST. JOHN GERMAN LUTHERAN Paul E. Porath, pastor--Sunday school, 9 A. M. The hour of worship 10:45. The theme of sermons: Ger man, "Gcrufen von dcm Hcrren" : English, "Called to Service." Th ,'V' Luther League will meet Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fran! Schmidtkc. SALVATION ARMY Corner Peach and North Arc! streets. Major and Mrs. A. Vcndc ville, officers in charge--Services Saturday open air, 7:30; Sunday holiness meeting, 11 A. M.; Sunda y school, 2:30; Young Peoples Legion 3:30; open air meeting, 7:30. Specia evangelistic service by Major Vende ville. Everybody welcome. TRINITY REFORMED Corner Pittsburg and Grce streets, C. George Shupe, pastor-Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.; "Conser vation of the Sabbath Day." Scrmo at 11; Foreign Mission Day, "Th Assured Success of Missions." Ser mon at 7:30; "The Church of th Future--a Place of Prayer." UNION BAPHST Rev. L. H. Colvin, pastor--Sunda school at 9:30; 11, morning worship sermon subject, "The Call of a Grea Deliverer." The call of each in dividual to the service of Go through serving his fellow man. Re member the words of Jesus, "In A Much." B. Y. P. U. at 0:45; 8, eve nine worship period. Devotional an praise service conducted by the pas tor and deacons, after which a liter ary and musical prgram will sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary to Joseph W. Lewis Post in obscrva tion of the birthday of Lincoln, th Emancipator. The young people the town are asked to sing. FIRST UNITED BRETHREN Lincoln avenue at Race street. E mer A. Schultz, minister--Unifie service of worship, sermon and Bib' study, 9:30 to 1:25 A. M. Sermon b pastor, "A Major Christian Educa tional Crime." Bible lesson, "Con serving the Sabbath for Man." Chris tian Endeavor societies, 6:30 P. Evening service, 7:30. Sermon b pastor, "A Reviving River." METHODIST PROTESTANT West Apple street, A. R. Mans berger, minister--Bible school 9:45; Walter T. Smith, superinten dent. Morning worship at 10:4" sermon, "The Common Place Li: Glorified." Intermediate Christian El deavor at 6 P. M. Senior Christin Endeavor at 6:45 P. M. Evenin worship at 7:30 P. M.; sermon sub ject, "The Reward for Faithfulness Those who could not unite with ou church last Sunday morning will b Kivcn an opportunity to join the rhurch at this service. Strangers \ and visitors arc always welcome. CHURCH OF GOD Cdrner Woodlawn and Aetna Ircet, South Connellsville, L. Frank laas, pastor--10 A. M., unillcd scr- iccs. Preaching by the pastor unday school session in charge of (Irs. G. H. Hall. 6:30 P. M., young copies' program. Rev. G. Myers vill lecture, 7:30 P M. Preaching y the pastor. Wednesday nigh id-week prayer meeting in charg f Fred McElhaney. ALLIANCE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 108 Porter avenue, W. E. Smith astor--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M Morning worship, 10:45. Youni 'eoplc's meeting, 6:30 P. M. Eve ning service, 7:30. You arc welcome TRINITY EPISCOPAL East Fairview avenue. Evcnin; Â·rayer, 7 o'clock. Rev. W. E. Hay or cf Cleveland in charge. Pleas note change in time of the service. EVANGELICAL W. S. Harr, pastor--Sunday school :30. Preaching, 10:30, subject, "Th Value of Religion." Evening serv ccs: E. L. C. E., 6:45. Preachin crvice, 7:30. This service will be evangelistic, subject, "He Comes." ROCKY MOUNT BAPTIST Rev. W, L. Lambert, pastor--Morn ng worship at 11 o'clock; sermon by he pastor. 12:30, Sunday school ^ , Evening service. Prayer-meet ng Wednesday evening at 7:30. Wei come all. HIGHLAND BAPTIST S. M. Hayman, pastor--Sunda school, 10 A. M. Preaching, 11:3 and 8 by pastor. Rev. C. M. Gregorj will preach for the Sunday school o February 20 at 3 P. M. PAYNE A. M. E. H. D. Lowber, pastor--9:30 A. M Sunday school: 11, preaching, sub jcct, "God's Warning." At 8 P. M 'Making Ready. Wednesday, 8 P M, prayer-meeting. WEST LEISENRING PRESBYTERIAN William Hamilton, minister--Sun day school, 9:45 A. M. R. K. War nock, superintendent. Y. P. servic 6:45 P. M., topic, "The Christian and His Country." Church service, 7:30, topic, "The Extent of Forgiveness." Special music from the new hymn- ary. (the (Joldett (Eexl From Yesterday's Last Edition Mrs. F. S. Opperman To Give Book Reviews Before Culture Club Mark 2:27- -"And he said unto them. The tabbath was made tor man." Conserving the Sabbath for Man Â·BRASS TACKS' ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON By DR. ALVPi E. BELL (The International Uniform Lesson on the above topic for Feb. 13 is Mark 2:2^-3 :i5. the Golden Text being Mark 2:27. "And he said unto them. The sabbath was made for man.") OUR LORD'S increasing popularity with tho people brought down upon him Increasing criticism from the Pharisees. Wo see this criticism at a (coat, then wo see it at a fast, now we see It again In the fields where his disciples shelled wheat and ate it on the sabbath day. Critics In the Field "It came to pass, that he was going- on the sabbath day through the gralnflelds; and his disciples began, as Uiey went, to pluck the ears. And the Pharisees sold unto him. Behold, why do they on the sabbath day that which is not lawful?" This was a favorite battle ground on which our Lord's enemies chose to attack him, there being six such attacks recorded In the New Testament. But our Lord sanctioned no policy at nullification oC God's law which read, "Remember the sabbath day to keep It holy." He came not to destroy this law but to fulQll it. His Idea of the sabbath was that it was Intended to minister blessings to. mankind and not curse; it was to be blessing not a burden. God had not forbidden men to eat on the sabbath day. He made men to hunger on the sabbath day as on other days. The hunger of a healthy body, was therefore, sacred and might be satisfied on a sacred day without sacrilege. Jesus even cited the example of David In permitting his men. on a sabbath day, to take the sacred showbrcad of the house of God, and cat it, despite the fact that It was intended for the priests and not for the laymen. David's men were in Cod's service as truly as were the prleats, and they were, therefore, sacred as were the bread and the day, and there was no incongruity in the act. So it was with Jesus' disciples that day In the Rrainflcld. He clinched his teaching on this question by enunciating the fundamental principle. "The sabbath was made for man, and not man for the sabbath, so that the Son of Man is lord even of the sabbath." God made Institutions like the sabbath, governments, and the like, for men, not men for them. How, in any given circumstance, the sabbath should be observed to minister the greatest spiritual blessing to man and the greatest glory to God, each one must determine for himself In the light of Cod's law and God's love, out of which grew the sabbath. Critics In tho Tabernacle "And he entered again into the synagogue; and there was a man there who had his hand withered. And they watched him, whether he would heal him on the sabbath day; that they might accuse him." These men /if withered souls had In their souls neither sympathy for suffering 1 humanity nor reverence for God. So Jesus, In utter contempt of the trap they had set for him "salth unto the man that had the withered hand. Stand forth." TAan of his murderous critics he Demanded, "Is it lawful on the sabbath day to do good, or to do harm to save a life or to kill? But they held their peace." Then, grieved at the hardening of their hearts, he healed the man. "And the Pharisees went out, and straightway with the Hcrodians took counsel against him. bow they might destroy him." o Thus they proved that all they had contended for was prompted not by love of God's day but by hatred of God's Son. The semi-monthly meeting of the Woman's Culture Club to be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library will be featured by book reviews to be given by Mrs. Fred S. Opperman and a musical program in charge of Mrs. Carl T. Anstinc. Hostesses are Dr. Katharine Wakefield, Mrs. Charles Detwiler, Mrs. A. I. Daniels, Mrs. C. H. Stouffcr and Mrs. C. E. Carson. Mrs. H. W. McRobbic will preside over the business session. Personal Mention County Executives Of A. O.H. Auxiliary To Meet Here Sunday The regular meeting of the Fayctte county board of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the assembly hall of the Immaculate Conception Church. Division officers of Fayette and Greene counties will be installed. Mrs. Margaret Myers of Uniontown, county president, will preside. A social period and lunch will supplement the business session. Miss Irene Karns, R. N., and Miss Dahlma'n of McKecsport have returned from a three weeks' trip' to Florida. Mrs. Mary Karns of South ConnellsviUe, who accomp'anied them on the tour, stopped in Philadelphia where she will visit friends for a few weeks. Harry Ash, Ross Miller and Kenneth Marietta visited friends at mithton Wednesday. Miss Rosemary Schuler and school lend, Miss Gcrri Brunncr of Clevc- nd, Ohio, arrived this afternoon to pend the week-end at Miss Schuler's ome in East Cedar avenue. Miss chuler and Miss Brunner attend cton Hill College at Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Seefelt oÂ£ awson left Wednesday for Miami, la., for a few weeks visit. John J. Spishak of South Con- ellsvlllc is spending the week-end fiancee. Miss at Swissvale. 'his evening they will attend the reshman dance at Mount Mercy ollegc for Women, Pittsburgh. Attorney E. C. Higbec of South 'ittsburg street, critically ill at his ome, was reported to be "growing eaker" this afternoon. Marked improvement is noted in 1C condition of Mrs. Quay P. Herick of South Pittsburg street who ndcrwent an operation Saturday at CARMINE MOLINARO. BRIDE HONORED WITH SHOWER Completely surprised were Mr. and Mrs. Carmine V. Molinaro, recent newlyweds, when about one- hundred of their relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. Molinara's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moluiaio of 512 West Murphy avenue, Monday night and held a miscellaneous shower and serenade in their honor. The serenade was given by Molinaro's Band, directed by Amedco Molinaro, brother of Carmine, a member of the band. The surprise was supervised by Amedeo Molinaro and his sisters, Gemma Louise, Anna Grace and Natalien. Music and dancing were among the diversions of the evening. Delicious refreshments were served at a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Molinaro rcccive 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 Vanderbilt. evil). Christian Endeavor at 6:30, led by James Vcrnon; topic, "A Christian Looks At His Country." Evening worship service at 7:30; sermon, "Jesus Praying for Our Keeping," the 13th in the series of sermons on "The Lord's Prayer and Other Prayers of Jesus." LEISENRING NO. I FRESBYTERL\N William Hamilton, m i n i s t e r -Church service at 9:45 A. M., topic, "Lessons On Forgiveness." Church school. Unified service, 10:30 A. M., topic, "The Sabbath Day." Men and women's Bible Class. Teacher, Rev. Hamilton. Everyone heartily invited. Come and hear a discussion on "The Value of the Sabbath Day." DUNBAR SI. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Sunday school, 9: 45 A. M. Preaching at 11 o'clock; subject, "God's Heritage." Epworth League, 6:45 in the evening; subject, "How Free Are We?" leader, Edison Strong. Preaching, 7:30; subject,'"A Living Faith." Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening, 7:30. GREENWOOD M. E. O. G. Cook, pastor--Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. Preaching at 11; subject, "God's Heritage." Epworth League, 6:45 P. M.; subject, "How "Free Arc We?"; Jeadcr, Edison Strong. Preaching, 7:30; subject, "A Living Faith." Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. GREENWOOD M. E. O. G. Good, pastor--Sunday school and preaching combined. Sermon, 9:30 A. M.; subject, "A Divine Charge," followed by assembling of classes and teaching Junior League at 6 o'clock in the evening. Epworth League, 6:45, president, Thomas DeBolt. Epworth League "ally of the Connellsville sub-district at the Monarch League, Leisenring No. 3, February 18, 7:45 P. M. We urge our people to attend and make this a fruitful time. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN South Pittsburg and Green streets,, Karl H. J. Schoenborn, pastor--Bible school at 9:45 with classes for all ages. Morning worship service at 11 o'clock with sermon by the pastor, entitled "Why Do the Righteous Suffer?" (an analysis and explanation of the problem of suffering and ._ FIRST BAPTIST J. S. Brownlec, minister--Bible school, 9:45; A. K. Waugaman, gcn- crnl superintendent. B. Y. P. U., 6:30; Lynn Earl Kingan, president. The program of the church in a!l departments is built around the business of soul winning, culminating with Easter. The hope of the pastor and church leaders is to see 100 won to Christ by Easter Sunday, April 17. A Rood spirit of earnestness and devotion prevails over the entire service. Th pastor will bring evangelistic messages both Sunday morning and Sunday evening. You are invited to attend a church that believes in the Gospel that saves sinners. MOUNT ZION BAPTIST Rev. R. D. Epps, pastor--9:30, Sunday school; Joshua Fant in charge of the program exercises. 10:30, covenant and praise services, conducted by the officers. 2-30 P. M., devotional service, lead by A. B. Baily and other deacons. 3:00, special musical program will be rendered by the choir; Mrs. A. Reynolds, leader. Dr. W. M. Simmons of Detroit will preach and assist the pastor in serving the Lord's Supper. 7:30, B. Y. P. Union will liold services; S. Ganfz leader. Usual service at 8 P. M. Prayer service Wednesday night at 7:30. All persons are made welcome. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Vandcrbilt, Rev. A. V. Mounlford, pastoi--9:30, Bible school; 10:-!f, morning worship: 6:00, Y. P. S. prayer-meeting; 6:30, Y. P. S. service, topic, "Money, Its Use and Abuse,' leader, Paul Welling; 7:30, evening service. Monday evening, 7:30, W. F. M. S. meeting. Wednesday evening, 7:30, prayer-meeting. Friday, 7:30 P. M., cottage prayer-meeting at the home of Richard Scchrist. VANDERBILT CHRISTIAN Lord's Supper and sermon at y:30 A. M. Sermon by Chester A. Williamson of Scottdale, "Why This Church Is Here." Bible school follows immediately and closes promptly at 11:30 A. M. Rally Day and home coming services will be ri-lc February 20. Three Shots Worth $90. ALBANY, Ore., Feb. 12.--Three bullets netted Orin King $90. King was hunting and his dogs "treed" a family of cougars, including father mother and son. lie used one bullei for each. The county paid him ?30 and the state ?60 in bounties. 'Christ of Common People," Topic at First M. E. Church "The Christ of the Common People" will be the subject for the seventh Sunday morning message at 11 o'clock at the First Methodist piscopal Church. "The topic falls upon the Sunday in which we observe the birthday of our greatest American who said: God must have loved the common people for he made so many of them,' " .--iys Rev. L. S. Elliott, the pastor. "Born in a manger, spending His life as a wanderer without a home, this Christ was buried in a borrowed tomb. Although He did not hesitate to minister to the aristocracy any student of the life of Christ must admit that He spent most of His life with the common people. Many of us have allowed ourselves to be so occupied with the cares of this life that we have failed to see the wonderful Christ of the common people." Evening service at 7:30 o'clock at which time the great teachings of Jesus will be continued. "What Jesus teaches nbout Missions" will be the subject for the seventh Sunday evening. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN FOR DOLORES MANZELLA Mrs. Dominic Paris gave a prettily arranged party Thursday afternoon at her home, 158 North Eighth street, West Side, in honor of th fifth birthday oÂ£ her little niece Dolores Manzella, d a u g h t e r o Michael Manzclla, 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 game were won by Nicholas Manzella Milton Munk, Jr., Putty Ann Peper ell and Jean Dcclementi. A dainty lunch was served at 4 o'clock Dolores and her friends being scatc at one large table which was prettily decorated, a color scheme of pin] and white prevailing. The center piece was a large white birthday cake ornamented with five pin! candles. Pink crepe paper was fcs tooncd from the chandelier to cac' place. Favors were small chocolat hearts on which was inscribed th name of each guest. Many bcautl ful gifts were presented to Dolores Mrs. Paris' aide was Mrs. Ro Christ. Guests were Angelica Paris, Patt Ann Pcpcrel!, Betty June Schiff bauer, Theresa May Godischeck, Joan Dcclementi, Lorelta Galasso, Phili RUS.SO, Charles Spigola, Francis Man zella, Nicholas Manzella, Jr., Milto Munk, Jr., and Philip Paris an Joseph Cochran. EDUCATION DAY ATFIRSTU. B. CHURCH SUNDAY Education Day, an annual event, will be observed in the churches throughout the United Brethren denomination Sunday. The day places special emphasis upon the needs of Christian higher education, and especially Ottcrbcm College, which ;s owned and controlled by the United Brethren Church. Otterbein is a liberal arts college, an institution which gives broad cultural training. It is not an engineering school, a business school, nor a theological seminary. However, it has strong departments of music, arts, physical education, teacher training, business administration, science, social service, social administration, public service, extension and correspondence, etc. Onuses in Bible and religious education are part of the curriculum. Aito premedical, pre-law, prc-enginccring and pro-theology courses are offered. O/Iorings in tho various churches during the day will be given towaid the support of Otterbein College. A special program for ( thc day is being arranged by the pastor. Rev. Elmer A. Schultz. Five Connellsvillc young people are students in Otterbein: Mai-jorie Fox, Richard Grimm, Thomas Beeman, Oliver Ostcrwisc, Ji., and | Glenn Whipkey. PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE GIVES CARD, BINGO PARTY The Protected Home Circle he] its weekly card party Tuesday nigh at P. H. C. Hall. Prizes were awardc to the following: Five hundred--Norman Haberer first; Miss Jean Black, second Frank Illig, third. Bingo--Mrs. Sarah Stroup, flrs Mrs. Mary Rosendale, second; Mis, Margaret Mary Stroup, third. Special--Mrs. Helen Cossell, firs Miss- Jean Black, second; Mrs. Hclc Cossell, third. Door prize--Mrs. Mary Bel Tober. LOTTIE A. BRADLEY CLASS FORMS PLANS FOR SUPPE The regular business and soci. mooting of the Lottie A. Bradle Cl.iss of the South Conncllsvil Evangelical Church was held Thur day night at the social room of th church. It was alsoMecidcd to ho a covered-dish supper in connectio with the next meeting on Thursd evening, March 3. Plans for a fool sale were made a brief business session. the home of his larie E. Laughran he Hospital. Rev. E. G. Sawyer, Lewis A." larrcr, Elvie Christner and G. Wylie Overly attended the fellowship din- ier given in the First United Brethen Church, . Johnstown Monday vcning in connection with the an- ual board meeting of the Home Missionary Society of the Church Erection Society of the church. Miss- Betty Scott, R. N., of New- xrt News, Va., is spending a vaca- ion at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lync R. Scott, of East Crawford venue. Mrs. H. G. Potter who had been Â·isiting with her brother-in-law and istor, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Christy of East Green street, has departed for icr home at Lander, Wyo. Enroute he will visit relatives at Rudolph, Ohio. M iss Kathryn Ward, daughter ot VIrs. H. L. Krepps of Iron Bridge, who was operated on two weeks ago it Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount 'leasanf, has returned to the hospital or treatment. Miss June Collins, daughter of Mr. md Mrs. John Collins, has returned o Philadelphia where she is located, having visited her home in Penn street for a few weeks. Among local sportsmen who will ittend the convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs at Harrisburg are Robert S. Cooper, Howard E. Wcisgcrber and James H. Banning. Mr. Cooper will also attend the convention of the B.indP.W.Members, Guests Make Merry At Valentine Party OC the many social meetings held by the Business and Professional Women's Club none was more delightful than the annual Valentine party given Thursday night at the West Penn Model Home. Thirty-one members and guests were present and participated in the divertig and novel entertainment arranged by the committee, Miss Rcba Pore and Miss Elizabeth Bower. Appointments were perfect in every detail and the room, prettily decorated in keeping with the occasion, was the scene of much gayety throughout the evening. An auction sale launched the merriment oÂ£ the evening, a variety of "white elephants" being 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 guess'ng contest, "our city streets," prizes going to Miss Grace Adams and Miss Sylvia Sullivan. Awards for a heait fishing contest were received by Mrs. M. M.. Snydcr, Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell, Miss Viola Paisley, Miss Sylvia Sullivan and Miss Mary Glover. Contests,"? and 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 the mantel, and showers of red and white paper hearts embellished with cupids were arranged about the room. February being International Relations month for the National Federation of Business and Professional Wornens Clubs, the local committee, Miss Viola Paisley, chairman, has arranged a mock court trial, "Who Is Guilty in Asia, China or Japan?," for the next meeting on Tuesday night, .February 22. Wildlife Institute in Others who will attend American Baltimore. :hat gathering ore John H. Craig and Homer M. Chorpenning. Kenneth A. Held, formerly of Connellsvjlle, now of Chicago, will be a speaker at the latter gathering. Mrs. Orville Devlin of Pittsburgh visited Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., in South Pittsburg street Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ada Whipkcy, who is ill at the home of her brother-in-law and bister, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Fletcher in Greenwood, is slightly improved. The condition of Mrs. Elsie Yaw Sroderick, who is very ill with a blood stream infection at Connellsville State Hospital, was reported today as slightly improved. Further transfusions are planned. Stanley Morris, Jr., of South Eighth street visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Marietta at Dunbar Thursday evening. He is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Marietta. MISSIONARY SOCIETIES HOLD JOINT MEETING The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies of the First Methodist Episcopal Church met Jointly Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. M. Evans in East Crawford avenue. Mrs. C. O. Bane opened the meeting 'n-ith a reading, "The New Year's Gift." Devotionals were in charge oÂ£ Mrs. L. S. Elliott Miss Louise Goldsmith oÂ£ the Community Center at Leisenring No. 3 sang two solos, "Tell Me His Name" and man Road." 'The Christ of the Hu- 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." Then, Miss Mae Webster, in charge of the Community Center at Leisenring, told of the work she is doing there. The meeting closed Â·with prayer, Lurith was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. H. H. Mclntire" and Mrs. W. J. B. Mayo. John Parkhill Leaves On Tour of World John Parkhill of 832 Worrell .avenue, celebrating his 95th birthday anniversary Friday, was in New York City prepared to sail at 12:15 o'clock this morning for a world cruise that will take him to 22 countries and islands in 54 days. The Dunbar township native, who spent the greater part of his active life in farming in North Union township near Leisenring No. 2 and who came to Conncllsvillc 25 years ago, is fulfilling a lifelong ambition to sec the ocean and sail on it when the famous cruise ship, the Santurnia, slips out of New York Harbor. Mr. Parkhill was accompanied to New York by his son-in-law, Andrew Lerch, and the lattcr's daughter, Ruth. Despite his advanced age , Mr. Parkhill is making the cruise unaccompanied. He has no misgivings about his journey and intends to spend as much time as possible on deck. BAPTIST EVER LOYAL CLASS GIVES VALENTINE PARTS The Ever Loyal Class of the First Baptist Church held its monthly meeting Thursday night at the tome of Margaret Brownlee in Wills road. The meeting was in the form of a Valentine party and after the business session a social hour was enjoyed. Games wcic played and a Valentine lunch was served. Tho hostess was assisted in entcrtalnins by her mother, Mrs. J. S. Brownlee and her sister, Jean. Favors .were valentines. Eleven members and two guests were present. Mrs. C. H. Binkie is the class teacher. The next meeting will be held Thursday, March 31, place to be announced. T. N. T. CLUB \VILL 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, at the 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 Mongcllo'an'd low to Mrs. Edna Hulli. In honor of her birthday the hostess was feted . with a gift shower. - - --- -A dainty luncheon was served by Mrs'. Micheais, assisted by her sister, Miss Evelyn Bditholomai. MANY 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 ballroom of the Schenley Hotel by em- ployes of the West Penn system in Pittsburgh. Music was furnished by ! Barren Elliott's I Orcheslra. Those At the close of the mcctnis the who cared not to Banco, played cards, class attended the levival service in I The hours were from 9 to 1 o'clock. body. Uses Gas to End Life. With Mrs. J. F. Kcrr. The Connellsville W. C. T. U. will MRS. J. E. SCHELL IS'- - " --- "-HOSTESS"1O J.'F.'CLUB The J._F._Club was entertained by Mrs. James E." Schell at he'r home in Hyndman street, South Connellsville, Thursday evening with bingo as the chief diversion. Prizes were \yon by Mrs. H. C. Snippy, first; Mrs. C. A. Durbin, second, and Mrs. D. W. Cook, thnd. A special bingo prize was won by Mrs. C. O. Meyers. Mrs. Edward Dye was the recipient of the guest prize. Mrs. Schell was assisted in serving lunch by her sister. Mrs. GIrard. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Meyers. NEW YORK, Feb. 12.--Mrs. Ruth | meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock Limpsromb Alley, 40, of San An- """' " Â» -- Â· - Â· - - tonio, Tex., was found dead Thursday in a gas-fltled apartment. Police believed that she had committed suicide. Mrs. Alley, who came here February 4 to visit her ("aughter, Ruth, was divorced in 1923 from Rayford W. Alley, former counsel of the Democratic Natinal Committee. with Mrs. J. French Kerr at her home at 115 East-Fair-view avenue. Plans will be made for an institute to be held in the near future. Stork at Hospital. A son was born at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Connellsville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lucjur of North Pittsburg street. VANDERBILT C. E. SOCIETY TO GIVE VALENTINE PARTY Tiie Christian Endeavor. Society of the Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church will hold a Valentine party Monday night at the home of Miss Mary Leighty of near Trotter. The affair will be in the form of a box social and members may bring friends. The social committee is in charge and' the time is 8 o'clock.