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February 14, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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,-PAGETWOr THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEl,L,SVTLX,E. PA .srONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 193S. By LYNNE B". KINCELL V. Vzncenf Soisson's Coming .yVtqmage,:...v ; .- To West Virginia \Girl;-ls: , Announced Banns were published Sunday · morning at the Immaculate Concep-Hiort-Church for the coming marriage i-o£r .Miss- Mary Frances Council, " daughter of-Mrs. Ella Conncll ,.o£. -Glai-ksburg, W. Va., and J..Vincent . Soisson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent ..GirllReserves Give ' : \ -·:-:-An r riual '-Vaieh line":; .^^.^Fete;" 175 Attend; H. Soisson;of 214 East, Fnirvlew avenue.. ,-,.. / · '.·· .-, . , · ; .Miss. .Council _is! JV.cst .PciuV.homc economics. representative at .'.Washington, Pa. . Her.fiance Is. districl manager of .the Connellsville. district ol the W.cst.Penn.Power Company. Mrs; rU :S; ..Cooper ": Present Papers D; A.:R.;Meeting · ,,· The lannuai- ·Valentine ·" party,' ' the "highlight cvent'on the'Girl Reserves . -prcfiranr, was held Saturday, evening ,,.nt the.High. School ..Gymnasium with 175 members and guests in attcnd- ...ance,.,,The gym "was. transformed in- .,..to:a.gay., setting .for, the occasion, a false ceiling of .red and, .white streara-' ,.,.crs providing. a colorful. and strik- . ,,.. . The Big Apple and Paul, Jones 'called by W. L. Lewis, and a pro-. gram were features ' of .the evening. KiferlcV 'Orchestra played for danc- ""IhgrvTlic" -"following 1 program war 'Vocal'.soto, Betty Lee Dixon; given: tap 'dance, Ernest Ruggierri; · vocal , trio, "Bel Mir Bist Du Schoen," and' r Thev' Dipscy -Doodle..'' I'.Mary - Jane," Marjqrlc and Hcbecca .Herd and a; ·tap -dancoT" R6salindI~.J?tulli. Miss 'Sarah.', Husband" of :iawsonr played, -the .piaho-accpmpliaujients.'^r. "CviThe|."town "sponsors arid-husbands, · Mr^ahd-Mrs. Bela B."Smith, Mr. and ^M"r£rw..L, Lewis, Rev. and.Mrs. A. ''R. Mansberger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ' "W. McRobbse 'arid Mr. 'and. Mrs.' ' "William "J." Davids6n,-~arid' faculty members of the Junior High and *TH5gfirSch661. were" guests'. 7 -^Y- Th'ejaffair'was arranged by the'so-* -ciai committee comprised of Winifred '~McCairns, chairman, Patti Coughe- ~nour, Marguerite Durbin," Mildred "JEiiany, Ann- ".".Laughlin, Beverly "Strawn with;Miss;'Alice.Murphy the -faculty sponsor of. this committee. "Other faculty sponsors'include. Miss 1 rDorctta Gallardi,.Miss'Mary Frances -Mrs....Robert S. Cooper :will: bo leader of the program to'be.given a the February meeting of Philip Freeman- Chapter, -Daughters.-of., the American Revolution,.and. will read two ..papers,. one. on . ^National 0e fense'.'-'and the" other on '.'Maryland,' the'seventh" state to ratify the Con sUluUon, "April 28, 1788.' ."."'" '. Tiie'meeting "will'bo held Wedncs day ' afternoon' nt' 2 o'clock ".at'; th chapter's room at the Carnegie'Fro Library. Mrs.' B. J. Hooper, "regent will have charge of the business ses siori. _ " ·" · ' Louis': Levinson Will .;· · -Wed.Pittsburgh"Gir Harry Kosenstein of -Morrowfiel avenue, · Pittsburgh, announces- th engagement'of his daughter, Mis 'Anne "Roscnstein;'to Louis -Levinson son "Of Morris. Lcvinson of 220 Eas Crawford avenue. - , . . .."..Mr..Levinson.is employed .by th Cohen Furniture Company In Union town. JBaer, Miss" Beatrice "Miss Frances Kerr. Horewitz. and ^Mozart Musicians .-.-'i r' WilliiGiye Program ?' : Before Junior Club "Z*: The Mozart:Music Club will pro- ^jent a program at the regular meet-" '.Zing of the Junior Culture Club ^Tuesday evening .at 8 o'clock,at thei rclub rooms at .the. Carnegie Free ^Library. : ' . - . · . ' . . Z : A business session, to be In charge Zof the president,''Miss Louise Wil' ~helm, will precede the program. ~ '. A moetlng,:of.' the executive com- t.-tnittee is scheduled for 7 o'clock and ; -Miss Wilhelm requests the girls to £;come preparedvtp give a report of --tickets sold'fbr the annual card party ··-on Thursday night and to turn in. ^.the money:thcy:have received. UNIONTOWN MAN STEAKS BEFORE LODGE BALB Vincent 15'Auria of ,Uniontown was-the guest speaker at the rcgula meeting'., of - Lodge'.. Balbo'' Aqull" D'Halfa"hold'Sunday'.afternoon a the Columbus"Fraternal HaH'in Firs Street, Wcst.:SIdc7~Mr. 'D'Auria,' grand trustee, wh'6Tha» just returnc from-a meeting' of. the grand couric in Philadelphia;"'jcpbrtcd. .that dur ing the sejsiorC-Lodge Balbo wa complimented fdrrits-splendld wor since'its organization; .. ." ' After the busSncss"scsslon a soci hour.was held'-with Mrs. Rapha Prudente in.'ch'arge;~ Her aides we Mrs"..Christine NataIe7-Mrs..Margare DelligattiTan'd Mrs. TKaphacI 'Fru dcnte, Jr. r^Prl?;cs~for":"birigo"·'. we awarded.'to'Miss-lKatBryn Leper Mrs. Nicplina'Cromb'.arid'Mrs."Cath- erine Nesta.' A dellclous'lunch was served by -Mrs,~Prudente:'and: her aide's.' - A : coke, donated' by " Mrs. Margaret Rulli,' was won by Mrs. Christine Natalc. . . Mrs. Marie Morell- and her aides will- have charge of the social meeting and-program which will feature the March meeting. linor L Duggan, Bride-Elec^ Feted At Lovely Party Miss Elinor Louise Ouggan, daugh- er of' Mr.' and~Mrs. 'John Duggan, r.V'of South Pittsburg street, whose larrlagc.to Harold Morgan Deas. of Vtianta, Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs. Villiam Jackson Deas of Atlanta and Vugusta, Ga., will be an event, of aturday, February..2G, was feted aturday afternoon ' at a " bridge unchebnl given by 'Miss Ida M. ieber of Dawson and Miss Miirtha ,G. Jriscoll'at the Crawford Tea Room a South"Plttsbuijg'.. street. 'Covers orTtwclyc'werc 'laid, al .U;e attrac- ively : '-appointed table'·· which was entered with a heart formed of red arnations outlined with white car- lations. Slender rcB tapers in crys- .nl holders were placed at either end if the table.-Streamers bearing white ·u-rows which were, numbered and ] licrced the heart, were attached to he place cards'. : Miss Mary · Lou 'ortney was awarded the d.-aw prize.' "Three, tables., 'of conti-act iridge were in. play .throughout the remainder of: the afternoon.. Miss Virginia" A." Lambert" received high prize and Mrs., John Duggan," Jr., second high. Miss Duggan was presented the guest prize. Miss Gerri Brunncr of Cleveland was an out-pf-.tqwn .guest.. · : Miss Dorothy biiggan will- enter- \nm -at'a bridge luncheon Saturday af tcraoon · at" 'her · home ' in South Eighth street, Greenwood, in 'honor of Miss Duggan. HOWARD MATTHEWS, FORMER SCOTTJDALE- MAN, MARIUED Miss- Jane .Gilmorc-,': daughter- · of Mrs. E. J. Gilmore ot Hermitage' street, Homestead,, and Howard J.| Matthews of Scottdalc were married today. A reception at the Metropolitan Club, Homestead, supplemented the ceremony. The bride was graduated from Indiana State Teachers'College and the University of Pittsburgh. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Engineering. On their return from an extended honeymoon trip, Mr. and Mrs. Matthews · wilt be at home in Hermitage' street, Homestead. ONWARD "CLASS WILL GIVE COVERED-DISH SUPPER The Omvard Class of .the First) At its regular meeting Thursday Methodist Protestant Church will give a covered-dish supper Tuesday night ot 6 o'clock at the church din- ingroom. Members are asked to bring n covered-dish. The F. O. M. Class members .will be.guests. Members may also bring gucsts.- GRADALE SORORITY PLANS 'Swill meet Wednesday evening at the PARTY FOR FEBRUARY 22 "home of Ruth.Hlxon in North Jefferson street instead of Thursday evening as previously announced. Members who plan to attend and do noi know where Miss Hixon's, home ,is loeated, are to meet at the home of i Miss Francis. 118 Carnegie avenue, ! at 7:30 o'clock. night,, the Gradnle Sorority formed plans for a party to be held Tuesday night, February 22, at the Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A. may bring a guest. Each member Party for Jean Turns. Miss Jean Turns was delightfully entertained/ at a Valentine party Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank Darby of South Connellsville. The' evening was spent at games arid dancing. Jean received many Valentine. gifts, Lunih was served by the. hostess, .assisted by Margaret Trump, Ada Lcc . Garllck and Betty Wiltrout. O-. ,R. C. Auxiliary. Coke Region (Division No. 197, L. A. to O. R. C., will meet Tuesday af ternon at 1:30 'o'clock in the B. O.:y. M..C. A. . J. B. I. Club Thursday. Mrs. Albert Orndorff will entertain the'members of the J. B. I. Club Thursday evening at her home in Gibson avenue, South Connellsville. First U. B. Mcctlnns. The official board will hold a special session Wednesday night at the close of the mid-week prayer service. The Royal Circle Class will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. S. L. Fletcher, IK Beech street. The committee consists o£ Mrs. H. S. Scchler, chairman, Mrs. Ella Kuhns, Mrs. H. G. Wtit, Mrs. Ada Dull, Mrs. J. D. Armstrong 'and Mrs. A. G. Hoover. A meeting of the Young Men's Bible Class is scheduled for tonight. Recreation Hour Tuesday. Women of thic First Methodist Episcopal Chyrch will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock for a recreation hour. ' Co-cds Speak Only French. LOS ANGELES, Feb. H.--At the Maison Francaise; a girls' dormitory on the campus of the University of California here, the 20 inmates speak only French. I Three Births at Hospital. There were thrco births, at Connellsville State Hospital Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hitto'f Baldwin avenue "at 4:15 A. M. At 7:47 A. M. there was a son for Mr."nnd Mrs. F. %T. Plcklor of McCormick avenue. /A daughter arrived at 10:15"P. M. fol- Mr. and Mrs/Andrew Vni-Ro of r/orth Tenth street Andrew Huckshaw Dead. SOMERSET, Feb. 14.--Andrew Buckshaw, C7, died at his home .it Scanor of / a heart "condition. He leaves his wife and six children. {Catherine Francis Class. The Katherino Francis Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE -;". ' .:.' GIVES BENEFIT TARTY V.The.Protectcd Home Circle held a well attended card party Saturday night at "P. H. C. Hall. Prizes were awarded to the following: Five hundred--high, Mrs.'Arinabelle Durbin; second, Mrs, Sue Murphy; third, 'MnryyTrafacanty; bingo--high, Mrs. Mary Belle' Tober; second, Mary Hcgncr;-third, Mrs. O. F. Thomas; special bingo--high, Mrs/ Clara Ranker; second, Mrs. J, W. Eisley; third, Mrs. Lloyd Mahaney of Uniontown; door--Mrs.-Miles Johnson of Uniontown. Lunch was served. ;LO1S, MABJORIE MORGAN . . ARE HONORED AT PARTY. Mrs. C. A. Morgan gave a delight-. ful Valentine'party Saturday at her :home al Poplar Grove in honor ol 'her daughters, Lois and Marjories '.'.Seven guests were , present. Diver- "sions were binro and ptonlng a ^heart on cupid.. .Prizes were given: - The special prize was awarded - to ·jLois Forsythe^''.'·'·,·'-.-. . . · - _ · " « . ~ A dainty-lunch was served at^a r prcttily arranged .table'. "-The center- MRS. J. C. SNYDER OF' SCOTTDALE IS HONORED About eighty-five relatives and friends of Mrs,.J. C. Snyder honored her oh heK birthday Saturday eve- riingj February 5^ The affair was a complete .wnfcplcasant .-.surprise. to Mrs; Syndcr and the .guests:included members of*.the .Untied Brethren Church at; OwensdaleJ,ana;';plher friends. Games, were enJoycSJfltitcr in the.'evening^.,after ,whlcfi"Mrs. Snyder's.daughters,.Mrs. Alton Colbert, Mrs. HBrry;Cros5an,.Mrs.;Lester Snyder; Delrosa-and^Alfrctta-.Snydcr .served a.-lunph;, The-hopbV.guest received many,·useful'.·gljtsjirom her friends who .wishcd^her'.niany more happy, birthdays.-: w ;.,-r. - :-,".T MRS. SARA AT3GUSTJNE ·HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Madeline Duggan gave a 'amily dinner of pretty appointments Sunday noon at her home in Craword avenue, West Side, In honor of the birthday anniversary of her niece, Mrs. Sara Augustine of the Masonic Apartments. Places were laid for ten. Mrs. Guy D. Swlnglcy ot Pittsburgh was an oul-of-towii guest. Mrs. Augustine Is R daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kcphart. Apiece was *»,-,yi!ehUne ··- box ·--from 1 -which red ribbons ·extended-tb^each- BON 'AJnS."CXirB".^KTERTAINED £place. --guest receiyed-y:8~ T valentine~-and ^novelty . -Little valen.tittJcbaskct3;,nUed;jyHti; 'r:candy , r^;: Quests- ^w.ere. . . "Dorothy King^EUnor Phuntekr,Caro.i' "line Burrows.liLoiar-Eorsythe^-nnd 4Katbryn -- ; Places . - , rat a prcUily;?7pointed;bgnq«?)::iivcn; rFriday nlgh^at-the-homc-ot-Miss .Jiuth Nicklpydnt^P^nnsville by -the. -Upstreamcr5.Class;Of~therPennsvill worrhJgh':prize and Miss Annabcllc ShorriclCsc'cond high. "A'_aalnty. lunch in keeping with Uie-VaTe'ntTne season was served ot · the games. Miss Mary of Grcensburg was t The'noxt meeting will be held a the-uome-ofrMrs. R/-H.'Mlller, Jr.'- , ~ '.: After the ;"3!«jiuct.rthc follo'w.lng 1 ^program was,sivon: .Piano solo, Mrs. ^Ruth Mlllerr^elections,r:yUtt trio; 3-eading, Ermn McFnddcn; short talk^ ?Rcv. Dorrie, Miller, church--P0stor: ;Gamcs were' enjoyed later'In.thc evening. "C^'-'"--""^*" .= : WUrMcet Tuesday. __;-.-The D. D. D. Club will meet Tucs- -day cvenine at the home of Mrs. ·^Vililam DIcnes, Vine strcat, South ^Cbnnclslville. ~ ~ Licensed to Marry. ~ .Charles A, Rlchter ol Clinton and :TOlma A. Campbell of Scottdale.wcrc, Uiccnsed to wed at Greensburg.' ' " Wife Preservers VERNON Vernon entertained Club Friday night at ijertKdmcJn North Sixth street, West were arranged for Mrs. John Cypher auctld'rdiridge. FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY- --"" ----·t'7-" WILL MEET Tp'NIGHT- The-'fiadies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company-will hold its regular business meeting tonight at 7 o'clock at .the firemen's room. A card party wll follow the meeting. _ . : COUNTY DENTAL AUXILIARY TO MEET AT.UNIONTOWN The auxiliary to the Fayettc County Dental Society will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the White Swan Hotel, Uniontown, The unit was recently organized and a good attendance of members Is desired. Plans for future activities will -be outlined. '- ·' Flwt Jt E, Events. The Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the church. The Epworth League will be leader at the jnid-wocK prayer service Wcdncsday.r'nleht.'. A meeting of. the N. C. D.-Class will be" held .on the same night at.8 o'clock at the church. The Boy; Scouts wlU'Jncet.Frlday evening nt 7:30 o'clock at.the church. Party^fbr-Harold* Jones. · · Harold · Jones.-son'- of Mr/- and ,Mrs. Bcnnctt-R.-Joncs of Perryopolia, who on Friday was "eight" years" of "age, was feted Saturday afternoon at n birthday party attended by 25 boys nnd girls ot the community. Games were played after which lunch was served by Mrs. Jones. Harold was the rcciplcnt-pf many gifts. "·"" King's Da'ucljtws to Meet. Tlie-King's ^Daughters Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Ernest H. Koo'ser in Gallatin avenue. . ^ . " Store your leftover vegetables 'separately to the relrigerator : even when you are plannhig- later «o combine them. Separated they · X-sep th«ir tndi»Mu(«l fltvora. Spotfo's Sensational February Offer On Get Another Lot ot Same Grade for Only -· AT REGULAR PBICE .CHECK YOUR SPRING SEEDS--BUY XO.W! ROOM LOTS Wall and Border for room 12\-15-large assortment 88c Not Included. 'In above special. .."."^ . Bakelltc Base, Porcelain Finish QT.--Was $1.S Now...... 97c " Extra!--We trim 3D in. Plastic papers. 20,000 Rolls of Wall Paper Values lOc to 25c To Be Sold at 5c10c Ml 1937 Paper to Go Phone 703 hJB iimiiini 81 a West Crawford Avenue BIG FeGture of Our FEBRUARY RUG SALE $35.00 and $39.50 AXMINSTERS and VELVETS Be Wise aud H»3' your yew Hugs Sow! Make your selection of a new living room, dining room or bedroom rug from these 9x12 ft. Axminster and Velvet Rugs. The designs are lovely and suitable to any home. EASY TERMS $79.50 SANFORSTAN RUGS of outstanding Quality and Beauty Striking patterns; deep luxurious pile--act quickly. News /Review of Spring Coats with an exciting air! CASUAL COATS in glorious colors $16.95 $19.95 Fabrics you'll simply have to feel! Styles you'll glory in! Fleeces, suede fleeces, tweeds. Nude, taffy, arcadla blue, strawberry. Fur Collar CASUALS $29.95 $39.95 Wear them here and now -- and in the Spring. Light shades, extravagantly topped with fur. Highlights from Oar FEBRUARY BEDDING SALE! SALE BED PILLOWS A well filled 100% Duck Feather Pillow; featherproof ticking. 21x27 In. size. $1.49Jfattress Covers February Bedding Snlc Sturdy unbleached muslin isheeting cover; tape bound ic.-ims--rubber buttons. Full and Twin sizes. $29.95 Simmons' "Coronet" Innerspring Mattress Bedding Famous quality, covered with damask of great durability. 276 coll springs, inner roll type bortler, out,cr row of coils attached to border, 35 Ibs. layer felt sisal pad on top and bottom. with handles and sanitary ventilators. Greater Sir-ins* Demonstnrtkin Now Ctolne On. Cotna to- So* PROOF, Before You Boy! · Don't uke economy for gttnted in the refrigerator TOU buy. Tbe teoutiooal new 1938 Frigiiure--with the NEW Silent M«cr- Miset--plainly prove* ic stashes current co5t dttpertha erct before I And keeps food safer ... makes fee cheaper... safes you upJktep expense yeftr after yerl Brings TOU the big* gcj£ aO-antaut ssviogs in Jrifrfonlte history! And it O0ers you, in addition, the coo* Tcnicnce of NEW "Dooble-Eajy" Qoiclcabe Trayi... tfsr Moisture-Sell Hydra tors... NEW dose-Bar Sliding Shelves and dozen] more exclusive advantages. Get COOK--save more, with Frigtdairef PRICES AS LOW AS EASY TERMS Pay As You Sate See Our 4-WAY SAVING Demonstration! For Further Information and Prices, Phone 890

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