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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY. COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 193S. Book Reviews by Mrs. Fred S. Opperman And Music Feature Culture Culb Meeting Members of the Woman's Culture Club in attendance at the semimonthly meetmg_Motiday attcrnoon, were cntortaned with a program o! high caliber. Ipcluded - were two splendid book reviews by-Mrs. Fred S Opperman and- an outstanding muslcal-progranj,.presentcd by Will- jam Mycrstot EasfcGrcrKstrcetcjmd Carl T.~Anstlnc, supervisor oi-_mus- ic at the High School. .r.^_~, MrirrAustinczmascJsaderzpt -the programr»hlCKn3pcncd_lwitte Mrs. Opperman!s __flrstz^boote±:review, "Northwest _ Passagc,"rrnr:Wstorical novel by Kcanelh Boborts. ~She-.de- scribea~the bookras .probably the most interesting one published-in-,the last year and-oneroCtha,-TO05t widely rea"d.7"Since Itsrappearance m_July it has constantly-maintained its position. among"-the bestsellers, usually heading theliStT^zr.T';^' The central .figure, ot,the novel is Major Hobertr2tosers,rarhithcrto almost unknown .flCUrC-licColonlal history, who led the expedition that destroyed~the_3ndianztown of St Francis and wKOSCflream It was to reach the Pacific and the wealth ot that country--hence the title, "Northwest Passage." In concluding her review Mrs. Opperman" said "In this book Kenneth Roberts makes the past come alive. He makes the reader actually believe that it was once the present He does not get far Inside of his character but he does introduce to us their company, makes us see them and hear them " The next period was given over to vocal solos, "A Little Bit of Heaven," and "Old Man River," from "The Showboat," by Mr. Myers, who was accompanied at the piano by Mr. Anstine. This was the first appearance ot Mr. Myers before the club and he was warmly applauded, as was Mr. Anstine, who played a piano number by Mozart. For her second review, Mrs. Op- An Exclusive Filet Crochet Pattern perman selected "Katrina," by SaDy Salmfncn, because It Is the type which restores one's lalth Sn human nature, faith in the novelist because she produced a novel clean and radiant, faith in humanity, and because the central character "of the novel Is an outstanding model of physical and moral courage "In adverse circumstances. She described "Katrjna" as belonging to that group ot novels that have besn growing exceedingly popular. The action of the novel takes place on the Aland Islands, a small archipelago between the Gulf of Bothnia tnd the Baltic Sea, the home of smsjl farmers and distant sailors. Mrs. Opperman, a member of the club, brought to her listeners some of thi beautiful slmplicily of the life of "Katrina" as told by Miss Salminen. At the conclusion she read a llst_pjt .outstanding books and gave a brief description of each. _The performers were given a ris- Jns vote of thanks by the club. " Mrs. H. W. McHobbie, president, was in charge of the business session at which Mrs. H. C. Barrow, chairman of the annual Christmas seal sale, announced that the total received from the campaign Is now $618. Mrs. John M. Young gave the second reading of the revisions to the by-laws and constitution, after which they were unanimously adopted. Changes arc: That officers are to be "elected annually but may serve for three years instead of two years; that the executive committee will consist of the officers and three other members to be nominated from the floor and elected by the club. The next meeting on Monday afternoon, February 8, will be featured by two plays, "I Know George Washington" and "Mother's- Cooking^ The drama committee, Mrs. Clarence L. MacDonald, chalfman [ wllf have charge. Members may bring gucstsT W. L. Lewis Guest SpeakeratBanquet . Of Everhart Class . W. L. Lewis, a member of the High School faculty, was guest speaker at the annual banquet of the Everhart Bible Class ot the First United Presbyterian Church, held Monday night af-the church dining- room. His subject was "History of tho Constitution." A committee of women from the church, with Mrs. A. E. Lowery chairman, prepared and served a delicious chicken dinner with all the trimmings The invocation was offered by A.-H. Long. In addition to the splendid talk by Mr. Lewis, the ·program included a trumpet *olo by John Craft, accompanied by Robert Guie, and short talks by John F. Lewis, chairman ot the banquet; E. A. Dunn, John Murray, president of the class; G. E. Kennedy, vice-president; George H, Reagan, Charles E. Carson and Rev. George R. Krupp, pastor ot the church. Group singing between courses enlivened the occasion. Frank A. Fitsch was leador. Robert Gule was the accompanist and also played as the members assembled in. the dln- Jngroom. ~. W. C. T. U. INSTITUTE TO BE HELD MARCH 31 Mrs. J. French Kerr entertained the ConncJIsvillc Woman's Christian Temperance Union Monday night at her home in East Falrvicw avenue. Fifteen members and one visitor \v ere present. Mrs. Alvcrda Kenned)-, president, liacUcharge of the meeting. Sadfc McClinlock conducted the devotional. Clippings on the life of Companion Sjuare* of Filet Crochet Also Form Spread or Scurf PATTERN 6044 Rare beauty is yours in this lovely filet lace--and a great deal more, too! You'll quickly work up these dainty companion squares into exquisite cloths, spreads, scarfs, and pillows! Sec how the distinctive rhythmic leaf design is set off by delicate open mesh' Crocheted in mercerized string they are 10 inches--smaller In finer cotton. Pattern 6044 contains instructions and charts lor making the squares, materials needed, illustration of the squares and of stitches. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents In stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dcpt, 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER, Frances Willard were read by Mrs, J. B. Kerns and Mrs. T. G. Wilman. 3t was announced that the annual local institute will be held Thursday, March 31, at the Tlrst Christian Church. Mrs. Clark Pope, Mrs. J. G. Slcightcr and "Mrs. W. E DcBolt compose the" committee on arrangements.' There will be" an afternoon and evening sessIonT" " The meeting closed with all repeating the W. C. T. V. benediction. A social hour was then enjoyed. Mrs. Kennedy gave a reading, "How the Great Guest Came," after which Mrs Witman entertained with a reading "Bridget and Flannigan." A delicious lunch was- served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Sara Malone. It was reported that Mrs M. J. Taylor has returned from Pittsburgh where she was a patient In Mercy Hospital. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOR CENTRAL. CRESS By Shepard Barclay Authority oo AnthwrittM" llamond 2 on this play, and when ho A %vas cashed, played the J, but won the third round with the Bo then returned a club, with he hopo of getting West In to ca»h his remaining spades, but South refused tho chance to Unease. The heart 10 furnished an entry tor the remaining diamonds, BO that h« was suro ot his nine tricks. At the other table, East decided to make every effort to get hU partner In the lead, 90 when th* llamond was led to ^the K, ho mossed tho diamond Q. * On the A, ie tossed the J, so that It was West and not But who captured the third diamond lead. With this iltvy South had no chance to make Ills contract. Tomorrow's Fromblem 4 A K 7 B 4 + A Q 1 0 7 (Dealer: Sooth. North-South vulnerable ) Tn a three-table duplicate match tho bidding and play varied considerably on this deal. At on* table Ui« contract ended In i-Hearts and at tho other two It wu played at 3-No Tnirapi. Against the No Trump contract!, the spade K waa led and tho roll continued until the third round * when South won with the A. The diamond 7 was then led and won In tho dummy with the K. At one table, East discarded thi Delightful Card Party Given by Easterri Star A large and delightful social event ot Monday night was a card and bingo party given at Odd Fellows Temple by the Connellsvllle Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star Appointments were in keeping with Valentine Day. I Thirty-one tables were arranged for cards, while fifty persons enjoyed bingo. Prizes for cards w*re awarded as follows Contract bridge --high, Mrs. Paul B. Dick and W. L. Lewis, second, Miss Mary Barton and K. G Godfrey, auction bridge-high. Mn. Cecil Smith and Joseph Murin; second, Mrs. Harry Hctzel and Carroll B. Fisher; five hundred --Miss Fornwalt and C. L. Burkey, Miss Mary Sllger won a bingo award. Mrs. O. C. Harmon was genera] Mrs. E. -H. Fenstermacher and Mrs. Stuart Fcnstermacher received the door awards, chairman ot the party. Mrs. A. W Young had charge of the sale of tickets and Mrs. H. W. McRobble conducted the bingo games. Cut-of-town guests were from Scottdalc, Dawson, Dunbar and other nearby towns. MARY LEIGHTY HOSTESS TO VANDERBILT C. E The Christian Endeavor Society o. the Presbyterian Church at Van- dcrbilt held a large and cnjoyabli Valentino party,'in the form of a box social, Monday night at the honv of Miss Mary Loighty near Trotter About forty were present and all hot a fine time. The rooms were colorfully decorated in keeping wit] Valentine Day, Games were played after which a dainty lunch, consist ing of the contents of the boxes, wn served. GET OUT OP THE WAY WHEN XOUR partner has set up his nilt against a No Trump contract, your Job Is usually to use every possible tu-Uflco to got him into the load so he may run his re- mainderi. When otner suits are played by tho declarer, you should tons oft any high csrdi you pos- «ss which may thus leave your partner** lower ones In ranking po- u entrlea. * «T« V 10 75 I + A K 8 6 3 4.J3 - + 8 3 2 + 0 8 6 1 2 + A 2 + Q J B 3 With Mrs. John Lewla The Friendship Club met Friday night at tho home of Mrs. Johi Lewis of South Prospect street. Twelve members were present. Mrs Wilford Laughrcy of Kittannlng anc Mrs. Lewis Sidow won the doo prizes The "pis" was won by Mrs Frank A. Pitsch. Bingo was played prizes going to Mrs Wilford Laugh rcy, Mrs John Moore and Mr, James Showman. Lunch was scrve by Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. George Hal The next meeting will be held at th home of Mrs. Lloyd Gangawarc Dunbar on Friday night, April 11. lunior Culture Club Will Give Card Party; Proceeds for Eye Fund The Junior Culture Club will hold Is annual card party Thursday evening ot this week at tho club rooms, Carnegie Free Library. Proceeds vlll be for the benefit of the eye 'und, maintained by the club for the purpose of purchasing glasses for un- lorprlvilegcd school children. Many )caut!ful prizes will be awarded and the hostesses will serve lunch. T.ic committee in charge consists of I Miss Edna Prinkey, chairman, Kiss Marian Fenstermacher, Miss Vtargaret Fowler, Mrs. Ethel Yaw, '.Irs. Catherine Burhans, Miss Mac Zimmerman and Miss Evelyn Moore. Players are kindly requested to bring I heir own cards. JUNIOR CULTURE CLUB HOSTESSES FOR TONIGHT Miss Alice Crop, Miss Josephine Richey, Mrs". Agnes Cropp, Mrs Angela Pullla, Mrs. Llla Roth and Mrs. Mildred Cage will be hostesses at- the regular meeting of the Junior Culture Club to be held tonight at 8 o'clock at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Rose Mancuso Engaged To Pittsburgh Man' Mr. and Mrs. Salvadore Mancuso of Grape alley announce the cngagc- .ent of their daughter. Miss Rose !ancuso, to Frank Cuda, son of John Ida of Wheeler street, Pittsburgh. ie engagement will terminate in an irly spring wedding. Miss Mancuso attended the local High School and is an officer of Lodge Balbo, Her fiance Is proprietor of two restaurants In Wilkms- burg. MARTHA NORTON CLASS WILL MEET THURSDAY The Martha Norton Bible Class of the First Christian Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the church dlningroom. Ladles Bible Clws Thursday. Ladies Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church will hold its monthly meeting Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock In the social room of the church. With Wltma. Travis. The Sunshine Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Wednesday night at the home of Miss Wilma Travis, South Con- ncllsvllle. Money Loaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED *25 to *300 Call or See Us If You Need Monty For Airy Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust Co. BUg. Telephones 244-866 , BONDED TO THE STATE ConncIISTillc, Fa. Prompt, Courteous, Convenient Service Athens Temple to Meet. Athens Temple No. 80, Pythian Sisters, will meet this evening at Elks Hall. After the business session a bunco party will be held for ·members and friends. Hostesses are Mrs. Margaret Carothers and Mrs. Opal Rhynak and Mrs. Jean Sherrick of Alverlon. Lunch will be served nnd each member may bring a fncnd. (Dealer: South. Neither side nil- nerabto.) How ahould South play to raok* hli contract ot 7-No Trumpi atte* the lead of the diamond J? VALENTINE PARTY IS GIVEN Robert Sine entertained ten guests -at a Valentine party Monday evening ;at his home In East Francis avenue. ; Dancing was the- diversion - of the evening. Mrs. Harry Sine,--mother -of the host, served lunch at a prettily -appointed table. Yellow jonquils in a blue vase, .centered the table and .lighted yellow tapers in blue holders were placed at either end. Dainty i " red heart boxes filled with candy were favors." T " ~Z'~: - Miss Anna Mac Lewis of Uniontown was an out-of-town guest. DICKERSON RUN GIRL HOSTESS AT PARTY Miss Doris Colbert entertained fourteen of her young friends at delightful Valentine party Friday evening at her home at Dlckcrson Run. The girls have an orchestra ot tuned time bells and the evening was given over to bingo and rehearsing their' musical numbers. They will play these numbers February 20 during radio amateur hour. The orchestra consists of Doris Colbert, Doris Moxln,~Tercsoa Marotta, Faye Stickler, Mildred Freed, Lorraine Stoner, Anna Orlando, Mabel Foreman, Helen Morris, Jessie Ruth HagermancGIorla Lint, Wiletta Pratt, EulMia Evans and Ruth Elaine Lint. The door prize was won by Tercsca Parotta, while bingo awards went to" Miss Ethel Painter, Ruth.E. Lint and Eulalla Evans. Prizes were Injceeolng with the Valentine season. A delicious lunch was served by Doris and her mother, Mrs. Howard Colbert. - Guests included Kiss Ethel Painter, Miss Alvcrda Soverns, Miss GracelHusband and Miss Mary Hemminger, the girls' teachers, Miss Nora Evans, WHma LynnT Mrs. Harry Stricklcr and Miss Irene Lewis. -VALENTINE PARTY FOLLOWS r DAMES.OF MALTA SESSION ; The second "degree" was centered ~on Mrs. Delilah S. Soliday at a'meet- Ing o£ SaJnt.Omar Slsterhood'of the Dames of Malta Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. A Valentine party supplemented the meeting with Mrs. Amy Perdew in charge ot the valentines. Mrs. Nell Fikc and her aides had charge ot the lunch and. decorat- Wife Preservers To serve leftover meat loar, xllai cold moat loaf and put In greased baking dish. Pour 'tomato soup over all. and heat tn moderately hot oven. FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY -- --"GIVES BENEFIT PARTY A successful benefit card and bingo party was given Monday night _by.the Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsvllle Volunteer Fire _ Company. Prizes were received by the following: ~ "Five hundred--high, Paul Hall;~second, Mrs Naomi Mc- Wilhams, third, George Durbln; bingo--high, Mrs Kcady; second, Miss Stella Reagan; third,- Miss Audrey Shlpp; special bitTgo^-hlgh, Mrs. Hoy Jayncs; second, Mrs. Lyda Moore; third, Charles Moore;.fourth, Miss Stella Reagan, who-la!so won the door prize. - The party was held at~the firemen's rooms and after the games lunch was served Prior to the benefit the auxiliary held Its regular meeting and decided to_mect hereafter on the second and.fourth Tuesdays of .each month A covered-dish supper to be held Wednesday evening at S.-30 o'clock at the firemen's room, was, also planned. Delightful Birthday Party. A delightful birthday party was held Saturday at the home of Mis. Kenneth Hart in honor ot Bernadlnc and Audrey Jean Hart. The hours were from 2 to 5 o'clock and the at- ternoon was spent at playing games "Happy Birthday" was sung by the twenty guests in attendance Gloria Caruso tapped danced. Prizes were won by James Towzoy and Gloria Caruso. A dainty lunch was served by Mrs Hart, assisted by her mother, Mrs. James Riti'iour, and hei sister*. PROGRAM FOLLOWS MEETING OF PROTECTORS CLUB Twenty-six members and three guests, Mrs. J. C. Jacobs, Mrs. Ida Hunker and Mrs. Clyde F. Randolph, attended a meeting of the Protectors Club of Omar Sisterhood No. 157, Dames of Malta of Dawson, Monday night at Jr. O. U. A. M. Hall Mrs. J. T. Landymore, Mrs. Carl Budd and Mrs. Henry Brown were hostesses. Mrs. Landymore, president, presided over the business session, after which the following program was presented: Piano solo, Mrs. Jack Hoffman; paper, "Malta," Mrs. Eva Miller; vocal solo, Mrs. D. P. Husband, reading, Mrs. Frank Husband; piano duet, Mrs. Roy Herbert and Mrs. George Shalienberger; reading, Mrs. Cyrus Whipkey. Mrs Carl Budd portrayed the role of Mrs. Valentine and distributed hearts. Mrs. J. C. Jacobs won the coke walk and draw prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Morgan and Mrs. John Myers. Mrs. Grover Allen, Mrs. Lyda Lint and Mrs. George Beatty will be co- Tiostesses at the next meeting to be held March 14. ,- V. F. W. AUXILIARY WILL GIVE SUPPER-THURSDAY The Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will give a covered-dish supper Thursday night at V. F. W. Home, South Pittsburg street. Every member Is asked to attend and bring a covered-dish. "Walter "E. Brown Post members will be guests. The regular meeting will follow the supper and after the business session bingo will be played by mem- l irs Miss Mayme Harper will have charge. Queen Esther Class Thursday. The Queen Esther Class of the Christian Church will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Robert Crislip of 230 1-2 East Crawford avinuc Will Meet Tonight. The Friendship Bible Class of the Trinity Reformed Church will meel Wednesday evening at the home ol Mrs. G. C Shupe, 104 East Green street. ARE YOU ONLY A 3 /4 Mm can n*t*r tmdentaoa » tbrm-quvter wife-- a wife who is lovable (or thr«« we«ki of tb* month-- but * hell-cat th* fourth. No matter how your back teh«-- no matter how loudly your nervm «re*m-- doo t takt U out on your husband For throe generation* one woman ha* told another how to to "·mlllng through" with L.ydU E. pfnleham'* V*K*Ubl0 Compound It hdpi Nature tone up th« vyitcra. thus lr*«n- Inr the dbKomlorU from tbo functional db- oracra which women muat rndurr Make a not* NOW to g*t * bottlt of rinkbam'a today WITHOUTTAIL from your drucgtit-- mofo than · million women have V P1NHUAMS £/ dff dl/tce chafwmaiff LADA'TEA TO ALL SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY GIVES VALENTINE PARTY A business meeting of the Wo men's Auxiliary to the Fayette County Fish and Game Protective Association, followed by a Valentine party, was held Monday night at the dome of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Race street. Mrs. R. T. Sullivan, president, was in charge of the business session. Eight tables of five hundred were In play. Prizes wero awarded to Frank Illig, Wheeler Miles, Miss Gladys Livingston and Mrs. Kathryn Gordon. Other games followed, prizes going to Frank Illig and Mrs. W. E Flynn. A delicious lunch was served. Favors were valentines and small baskets filled wtih candy hearts Out-of-town guests' were from Mill Run and Chalk Hill. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Wheeler Miles at South Connellsvllle. SCOTTDALE WOMAN WILL ENTERTAIN THIMBLE CLUB Mrs Charles Mclntyre of Scottdale will entertain the Silver Thimble Club at a I o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon at the Old Homestead on the Pennsvllle road. Fidelis Class Meet*. The monthly meeting of the Fidelis Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church was held Friday nigftt at the home of Mrs John Dawson at 215 West Green street. The session was opened with the singli.R ot three hmns, reading from the Bible and prayer. A general business discussion followed, after which games wore played Prizes were won by Mrs. Helen Cunningham and Miis Susan Hicks. Two new members were received. They are Mrs. Lo- rcna Springer and Mrs. Lois Callaghan. A dclicous lunch was served by the hostess and her commttee, composed of Mrs Frank R Sweeney, Mrs B H. Willard, Mrs Harry Mitchell, Mrs John Senor and Miss Martha Kauffman. 0 ^ written fa letU-ra irportfnt benefit. hy not fry LYIMA T6 fiTABLE COMPOUND? Wh VEO mgo WED. NIGHT 8 O'Clock EAGLES' HALT; Door Trizc--Consists of 6 Lovely Prizes Set of Eml). Guest Ton els 8 Large Cannon Bath TOM els Screen Top Cnrrt Tallin Wicker Clothes Ilnmper Table Cloth and (i X b i l k Q u i l t BESIDES having roar eye* examined regulir^ ly, take care of them with I. E. S. ilaht-pro- tecting light. N L O O K for the I. E. S. taB on the lamp you buy -your guarantee «hat the lamp l» not an Imitation. APPROVED I. E. S: LAMP ASSURES ^^ AS birthdays pile up, the- pupils of the eyes become smaller. That is why older people need more light, L. E. S. lamps have been designed for just one purpose: To give good light for safe seeing. Sit down by an I. E. S. lamp-- with your reading or sewing. Instantly you'll be able to see far easier and better than with any other type of lamp you have ever used. Your eyes won't become fatigued -- you'll work faster without extra effort. See the I. E. S. lamps at the stores -- there are models for the table, end table and floor -- and moderately priced. * I. E. S. Abbreviation for Illuminating Engineering Society, the non-profit organization that developed thl* lamp to provide better l!{ht for better *l£ht,

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