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February 27, 1939

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AGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL,LSVIT,LE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1939. Anthony McNultys Married 55 Years; ! Bruce Shrallow Host To Junior* Music Club By LYNNZ B, KINCELL Mrs. L. S. Elliott Head of Federated Missionary Society Mrs. L. S. Elliott was elected president of. the Connellsville Federated Missionary Society at a business ses- 1934 Class Reunion Changed to June 24 At a general meeting o£ the Class of 1934 of the Connellsville High School Sunday afternoon H was decided to .postpone the class reunion Iroitt Saturday, March 25 to Saturday, June 24. Hubert . S. Craig, . treasurer, presided over the business vears TM T - and Mrs - McNulty are one In honoi of tlicir ding anniversary Thursday, Februaty 23, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony McNulty were feted with a 5 o'clock dinner Sunday at then 1 home at, Hrookvale. The rrtonu consisted of turkey with all the trimmings. Cut, flowers decorated the table. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. John J. McNulty, a son and daughter-in-law of. the honored guests, and' daughter, Jean, and T "r. and Mrs. \Varren Colliver, all of Jerome, ' * Resident- of Ehookvale Cor many with the ! session"dill to the absence of. the 1 president, Harold Sager. sion held in connection World Day of Prayer observance Friday at the First Methodist Protestant Church. Other officers chosen arc: Second vice-president, Mrs. C. George Shupe: chorister, Mrs. Jai-- , Chaifesworth. Mrs. Elliott succeeds j membeis^may attend,^ but no out- Mrs. J. L. Proudfit oi the First Pros- | *.'"'~~ bytenan Church. The meeting was exceptionally , a e. well attended. The morning session } opened a'. 10:30 o'clock with devo- | BAPTIST BENEFIT SOCIETY tionals conducted by Mrs. Proudfit. , CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY devotionals Merrill L. of the best Known and most highly esteemed couples of that community. Dun- I Mr ' McNalty H. C. Prick pensioner, bar will be the scene of the affair. ! was employed by tne company for 45 Invitations-will be placed in the mail ] years ' He ret ' red some y darB ; i shortly. Htisbancis and wives of class | ts m; Mr. have , and Miss Carme char e* °* *·· ticket The second half-hour ·.vas in charge of Mrs. Cadwell and Mrs. J. Frank Bust o£ the First Christian Church, and the ihird was conducted by Mrs. Louise Reynolds and'Mrs. H. C. Hoffman of Trinity Lutheran Church. Tt. Floto and Mrs. James When the Baptist Benefit Society celebrated its thirtieth anniversary Tuesday evening, February 21, at the Baptist Church at Dawton, five charter members weie present. They were Miss Frances Patterson. Miss Wood. Mrs. and Jacob Ora Boyd, Mrs. Edna Ruth Shallenbergei' Mrs. E. G. Cunningham of the same church offered | Luckey. prayers. . _ I "Onward Christian Soldiers" was """ ' sung in unison as the honor guests marched to the front of the church. of the hostess church provided The program was: Group song, "My coffee. j Faith Looks Up to Thee"; "History Mrs. Proudfit opened the after- . o f the Society and Why Organized," noon meeting with the call to wor- | Mrs. Edna Wood: vocal duet, Mrs. ship and held n period of. praise and i Etling a:id daughter, Beatrice; talk concerning the society, Miss Patterson, who named the oigmiiiUtUun: another talk about the society. ivliss At noon lunch was served in the al room of the church. Women hostess church provided thanksgiving. Mrs. J. L. Kmtz of. the First Chris-tian Church was in charge of. a period o! the recollection ot Jesus Boyd; vocal solo, Miss Beatrice Etling; talk to the group. Hcv. II. V. Layhew; presentation guest's Mrs. Cossei; gifts to group Ming, preceded the. program. and a period ot penitence was given by Mrs. Shupe. , "The "following had charge o£ the four .projects: "Christian Literature," Mrs. Shupe: ""Migrant," Mrs. James B. fiisel of "the First Baptist Church: "Union Christian Colleges," Mrs. Elmer A. SchulU of the First United Brethren Church; "Indian Government for Indians," Mrs. Mac Webster of the Community Center o£ Leiseni'ing No. 1. A period til intercession was in rharKC of Mrs, W. H. Hetrick of Trinity Lutheran Church and Mrs. Levada Bird of Payne A M. E. , [hc dcvo , j,. and M Draa]d Church gave s prayer of intercession B]adca WM ^^ Q£ (ho for our community. Mrs. James Charlesworth of the First Christian Church gave the roll call of the wolld and prayers were offered after each name. The Junior Music Club, oE which \X7irln riinnor bli-s. Evelyn Welker Graft is sponsor, VV tin J_/UUJt,l | W a s delightfully entertained Saturday i afternoon at the home of Bruce . 1 Shrallow m Isabella road. An enter- .ilty-litth wca- lamln g pi ano program was presented as follows: "The Skating Bear," David Baige; "Dance o£ the Village's,' 1 Huth Ann Small; "A Maiden to See" and "Tripping Along," Wilma M.irU; "Til-Tat-Toc," Ann Kestnrr; "Hear the Bell," Shirley Porte.-; "Kittens," ,' Buddy Harmon; "Minuet," Anlhonj 1 ' Isola; "Tender Avowal,' Mary Hannah Martz. "Blue Birds Singirg m the Tree," Thomas McLellan; "Grasshoppers," Itichard Malone; "Frolic of the Ghosts," Billy Mayo; "Turkey in the Straw," Bruce Shrallow; "Cuckoo," Marcia Friedman, a gues'.. Two prizes were given in the contest held to "determine who gave the best musical selection. High prize was given to Billy Mayo and second to Bruce Shrallow. Judges were Mary Ilanndh Mart/, and Marica Friedman. Mrs. Louis Shrallow, mother of the host, contributed a piano number, "The Elf's Dance," McDowell. The selection was played beautifully and the children showed their appreciation by gencroiH applause. Stars were swarded to tile following for rendering their selections as required: Da\ id Darge, Ruth Ann Smail. Wilma Martz, Ann Kestner, Shirley Porter, Buddy Harmon, Thomas McLellan, Billy Mayo and Truce Shra'low. Musical readings were given as follows Riddle. "A Plea, for Recogni Hon." M;iry Hannah Martz; "Everyone s Favorite Subject," Richard Ma- FIUENDSHIP TEA IS GIVEN BY LUTHERAN WOMEN More than one hundred persons attended an India friendship tea given Thursday night at the social room of the Timity Lutheran Church by the Women's Missionary Society. A delightful program was given by the Sundey school orchestra a'ld the senior choir of the church. Emeison Kemp and Chailes Robinson played H violin duet, after which Marjorie, Jsck and Tommy Dahl rendered two selections. A dramatic play, "The Cry from Afar," was presented by young women of tho church. Refreshments were served by girU of the Dorcas Mission Circle. The tea table was centered with a bouquet of spring owers and graced at either end with green tapers silver holders. Forfythia and put-sy willow were arranged about the room. The ten inaugurated a series of j ,, ., thi PC mission study clashes wind! will '',, i':'.'.. b'ain Friday night at the church. ' y lone: Musical Bank Account," District WPA Workers Given i d a v i t s MADGE McCLAlN FETED WITH FARKWELL PAHTV Dorothy and Betty NiclOow gave an enjoyable farewell party Satur- : 'Blesl Be the Tie That Binds.' Re- j day rdght at their home at Paantvillc fieshments wore served. ' In honor of MiiK Madge McClain, a A brier business session, pi e-j.ded j student nurse, at the Mercy Hospital ovci by the president, Mi. Cosscl, | Pittsburgh. Bridge. Chinese checkers and dancing were the amusemcnt-i- Tuelvo guests \vpre present. Tho hoMefc c Cs served d n i n t y ic- Bil'y Maj'o. Mrs. Graft gave a short lesson in memory work. Thr social part of the afternoon i w.is de\ otcd to gjmcs. "Arithmetic beinrf won by An,y Isola: "Ted Goes to the Store," ^ Thomas McLellan receiving the prize, ,md fi number contest, the award bei ing u o n b Ann Kcstner. Lunch wot St.',ed. The next mcctinf; will be held in M a i c h . All Works Progress Administration workers'm this disti-icl today were being notified' that they must swear to an affidavit that they are American citizens, in order to continue on the work-relief program. The order is in compliance with the Act of Congress creating the deficiency appropriation of $725,000.000 to continue the WPA until next July ]. Each WPA worker is to be supplied with a form upon which he is to swear his citizenship. These forms must be signed and sworn to before a notary public. The Act ot Congress stipulates that any one who is not an American citizen is ineligible for work relief. The citizenship form affects every WPA worker Irom administrative to project workers and ii Nation-wide in scope. Several months ago a purge of aliens and those with first citizenship papers was made in Washington, .Faye-.te and Greene counties by the Works Progress Administration. At that time, several aliens were found working and were dismissed. The new affidavit, in conformity with Congress' order, is expected to purge any few other aliens who migM have secured jobs on the work- relief program since that time by labe statements or other causes. Any falsification of the nflidavit of citizenship is punishable by fine or imprisonment or both, Works Progress Administration oflicials declared. The order will affect some 17,000 men and women in the three counties of which this area is composed. KENYON -AUXILIARY MEETS AT M. E. CHURCH PARLOR | The Carrie Kcnyon Auxill,uy of the First Methodist Episcopal Chuich met Friday night al the church par- i i lor. Mrs. C. A. Leonard conducted Miss, Murriasc Announced. Theresa Mapon Kendall, daughter of Mrs. Kathryn Kendall of The program closed with a period ot dedication in charge of Mrs. Proudfit. Series First of Of Dances Given At Country Club was Miss Elizabeth Williams \Vi!l represent the auxiliary as a delegate at the annual spring meeting of Womnn's Foreign Missionary Society of the McKeesport district to be held Match 15 at the First Church, McKeesporl. The committee composed of Mrs, B. S. Swartzwelder, Mrs. S. B. Henry, Mrs. Pearl Wood and Misss Kathcrinc Francis, served lunch. Krostburg, Md., and Danic-I Young p rogram .' Browne of Cumberland, Md., wore married "Thursday evening, Frbnuiy 23, at the parsonage of St Paul's Lutheran Chinch lit Cumberland. Dr. H. T. Bowersox. pastor, officiated. The bride was graduated from the Meyeisdalc High School. Quarterly 51eclini!:. The quarterly mcct.ng of the- F..y- ette County Children's Aid Society will he hold at 2:30 o'clock Wednoi- d.iy afternoon at tho Parish House, Uniontov/n. A delightful social event of Saturday night was a buffet supper dance given at the Pleasant Valley Country Club. The hours were from 10 to 2 o'clock and fitty-five couples, including members and guests, were present. Music was furnished by Eddie Higgins. and his orchestra. Tho committee comprised Mrs. J. Vincent Soisson, Mrs. William E. Dolde and Mrs. Carlton Hughes, last named of Scotldale. The affair was the first o£ a series ;of monthly closed dances to be held at the club for membei's and guests. AUXILIARY- ;M EETINCT-ANNOUNCED The Ladies Auxiliary to Walter' E, .Brown Post of the Veterans of For- "eign Wars will be held Wednesday evening i-t V. F. W. Home. The time is 7-45. For Mrs. William Grieve. Mrs. William C-rieve was entertained Friday night at, a birthday party given in her honor by her Daughter, Mrs. Lois Umble, at the Grieve home in Hyndman street, South Connellsville. Thirty friends gathered for the event. The evening was given over to cards and bingo. Prizes at five hundred were won by Mrs. Myrtle Orndorff, first; Mrs. Anna Lutz, second. At bingo the winners were: High, Mrs, Bessie Shipley; second, Mrs. S. B. Miller. The guest "prize was won by Mrs, J. D. Mortimer; the door prize by Mrs. C. L. Myers. Mrs. Grieve received numerous gifts. Miscellaneous Shower. Mr. and Mrs. Charles" Dillon of. -'Smock gave a miscellaneous shower at the Smock Community Hall in honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bryte, whose marriage was an event-of_Jast-June. ·Mrs. Bryte, the ; lormer~ Kathleen Dillon, has been "employed "at · the. Union Supply Company's store at" Smock for the last four years. Meeting Announced. The R. W. B. Club of the Daughters of America will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Carrie Graft. Vine street. The committee comprises Mrs. Graft, Mrs. Carrie Shelley and Mrs. Ruth Geary. CHRISTIAN MISSIONERS WLL MEET THURSDAY The Women's Missionary Society of ! the Fast Christ.an Church Mill meet i i Mill Meet Thursdaj. al 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon a t ' Thc monthly meeting of the V,o- the Martha Norton Class room at the mcn « Missionary Society of Trinity church. ' Lutheran Church will be held at 7'-l.! o'clock at the social room of the l chui'cl Mrs. John Swope Hostess. The Women's Missionary Society | of. the Reformed Presbyterian Church was entertained Wednesday evening by Mrs. John Swope at her home at Wheeler. Twenty-one members and friends attended. ..The theme for the devotional_servicO"J3V.as "Prayer! and Missions.' The business session was conducted by the president. I Officers elected" for "tile coming year' arc -President;'Misrrcarl Murphy;! vice-president, Mrs.-Evelyn Cunningham; secretary, MrsT'Samuel Forn- ,walt;^-corfespohding--secretary, Miss I JuHeTornwall; treasurer, Mrs. J. W.' Swope. Two new-members weie received into the society. A social hour followed and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Mrs.. Frances Quarnere and Mrs. Edna Soldano. The date is Thursday. KKSLAK FRIENDSHIP CLUH vm.L MKET AT ACMK. A mpiti!i? of tho Keslar Friendship C'lul) ot Acme will be held Friday. M.itrh 3. at the home ot Mrs. Clifford Klnnccr. Tho meeting will begin at n o'clock and the subject of the program will be "Co'.ton and Woolen Textile. Miss Mnry Anderson of \.'n- lontcmn, home economics extension workcts in Foyettc county, will have chnrgc Will .Meet at Parsonage. Women a Mifstonary Circle No. 1 w i l l meet Thursday rvpmnj,' nt tlic p.ui-onHge of the Methodist Protestant Church. CALLS FOR TAXI, GETS F I R E TRUCK Verdict for $400 Reiurned by Jury In Motor Mishap GREENSBUMG, Feb. 27.--A vcr-' diet of S100 was icturr.ed for George | and M.'it"- Lyon of South Huntingdon ' townsh p, plaintiff!-, in an automobile ' damage Hilt ;ignin..t William J. Graham of Wcf-tmorcLind City before Pro.Mdent Judijc Charles E. WhiUcn. Tiny claimed dnmnges for injuries received May 14. 1938, when their automobile collided with Ihe defendant's car. Tho defendant did not appear when the case was called nor was he rvpre.-,enled by counsel. TesUmony of the plaintiff was then heard after which the jury was in- ptmctcd by the court to find a verdict. WEST CHESTER, Feb. 27.--A woman returning from church rang foi a taxi nnd got a hook and lad- | dc-r truck. ! How was she to know, she asked, { that the shiny little box on a pole i was a now lire alarm? ' Farmer Confesses Murder. MORRIS. 111., Feb. 27.--Elvir. Wood, 35, well-known Grundy county farmer, confessed, authorities said, Wllli Mrs. Charles Wcyanl. The M. L. Fancyv.-ork Club meet Tuesday night at the home of that he shot and killed wealthy Ab- Mrs. Charles Weyant, South Con- nor Nelson, his long-time friend, dur- nellsvllle. ing a kidnap attempt Sunday night. SALLY'S SALLIES Wiite Elephant Exchange. The regular meeting of .Saint Omar Sisteihood oi the Dames of Malta, held Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall, was followed by a delightful party. There was a flne attendance. Bingo was the diversion and instead* of awarding prizes, white elephant gifts were exchanged. This feature caused much merriment. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Margaret Carothers, Mrs. Carrie Smith and Mrs, Sadie Welling. D. O. D. Club Meet*. Mrs. John Lowery entertained the D. D. D. Club Fridayevening'at her home in East Washington avenue. AU members but one were present. Cards were played after the "business session, prizes being awarded as follows: High, Mrs. Clyde Lowery; draw, Mrs. Ralph Davidson. A dainty lunch supplemented the games. The next meeting will be held Friday night, March "10,'at the home of Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Hyndmnn street. NUMSKUU- THE; E^ WOME1N WERE. TO THE. HIL-LJ3, WOU1-D THE. MEN GO TO PEKIN 7 STOVJE. DEAR. NOAH-IF A CAR.PENTF3. PUT LOCK ON HIS DOOR.. WOULDN'T THAT SE. BOLTTIN' HIS POOD 7 VINCCMT OJCUETf Ai-CONA. IOWA. lu ^CXJR. NOTIONS TO MOAH A. KOKK3LVN BEAUTY SHOPPE Easter Prrmiiiicuts, $1.00 Shampoo and Finder Wave, 35c Manicures 25e. Phone 2938-M BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" · Jth DENIALS OF STRENGTH ORDINARILY A BID shows a certain amount of high card strength, but some In certain situations advertise the contrary, weakness. That In the cose with original pre-emptive bids, vvitli High Jumps on a fairly early round of bidding, and with aJir.ost any kind of bid when the call which reaches you is doubled by etther your side or the opposition. The taking out of the double carries the natural meaning that you think your side wtll be better off in some other declaration. Let us hope that when you make such calls your partner will know you are not proclaiming great defensive strength, or even any at all, A A. 8 2 V Q 1 0 9 7 5 ^ 2 » 3 * K 7 or go out to 6-Clubs. but West decided to pass. West grot bottom score on tn« deal, because of his combination OL leaving In the redouble and making a lead which gave South an overtrick. He led the club J to the A. South then dropped the trump K on his lead to the spade A. discarded his only heart on the Club K. then gave up a diamond and later ruffed his other two diamonds. In the East-West argument that ensued, based on the fact that 6- Clubs would have been set only one or two tricks. West tried to tell East he should have taken out the redouble, when he knew his hand waa so weak defensively. East retorted that he had already done that by taking out the 4-Spade redouble, and that it was up to West to either take out the one at the five level or else set the contract single-handed. V A K J 6 # A K. J 4 * J 10 6 5 108765 i Q 9 8 4 3 2 A Q J 10 9 7 6 1 3 V * + Q 9 2 * A (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable.) When South started the bidding or. this duplicate deal with 4-Spades, West doubled and North redoubled. East cut to with 5-CIubs, which was passed to North, who bid S-H«arts. South shifted that to 5-Spades, which Weal doubled and North redoubled. East passed this to see if his partner wanted to let It stand. t 1559, bi Km« Tomorrow's Problem ft 10 8 7 B A K Q 9 5 4 3 V 8 6 * A 9 5 * Q 9 (Dealer: South. Both sides vulnerable.) What Is toe best match-point duplicate bidding of this deal? Fetmies Sicdicite. .Inc. Succeeds Mulrooney Second Deputy Pollea Commissioner John A. Lyons (sbove), of New York, is slated for 1 appointment as state commissioner of correction to succeed Edward P. Mol- rooney. Mnlrooncy resigns to become arbiter in labor disputes for New York's hotel industry at a reputed $25,000 * year. (Central Prat). Slayer Sentenced. HUNTINGDON, Feb. 27.--A sentence oi five and a hall to'11 years in prison was imposed on Wilbur Hoffman of Orbisonia for the ax slaying o£ his brother, Walter, during a quarrel last December 18. Hoffman had contended he struck his brother in self-defense. HAS BABY" Relieve tffe Misery As Most Mothers Do Rub baby's bacl£ chest, and throat with Vicks VapoBub and tuck him deep Into bed. "What a comfort to know that VapoRub goos to "worSc right away to relieve the misery of his cold without "dosins"--without risk of stomach upsets. And what a comfort to know that long after restful sleep comes, VapoRub will still be working-two ways at once-direct through the skin like a poultice, and direct to the Irritated air-passages withi its medicated vapors. YouTI find that of ten by morning the worst of the cold is ^V/ICKS 5 v VAPORUB, Chinn's Stock Turnover at cost and below cost 30 gal. Heavy Galvanized Water BoHers _ -- .¥8.50 30 gal. Standard Boiler* $7.50 Cast Iron Single Coll Gas Heater _ $4.50 Double Coil Got Heater $5.50 Boiler Unions 40c Boiler Brass Supply Pipe ..40c ?20.00 Toilet Outflt S13.50 $20.00 Lavatory Outflt ....$12.50 $43.00 gink Outfit $27.50 18x30 Heavy Sink 54.75 1% Cast Iron Trap $1.40 1H N-P Sink Trap S2.40 Sink Force Pmnps $5.25 Pitcher Pumps $1.90 Outside Iron Fmnpi 58.50 Oatside Force Pnmps $9.50 Automobile Pumps ¥1.25 No. S Galvanized Tubs 79o No. a Galvanized Tubs 69o N'o. 1 Galvanized Tubs 59e No. 0 Galvanized Tubs 49c The hardest.thing to remember, and the most useful, is that it's none of your business. CLYDE A. NETH K A II 10 S E R V I C E H 0 A U T 0 l«t East r ' l n r t f c Street. o Crodil. I'tiiMifi 1910. 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