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Wednesday, February 16, 1938
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY. COURIER.. CONNEULSVILLE. PA , YEBRTJARY is, loss. Mary Louise Oppermann's Marriage To James H. White: ; 'k : ;A;nnpimced ·_ Mrs. Gertrude Oppcrrnann of 509 · East- Francls--5veriuc 'announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Louise Oppermann, to James *H. White, Steubenville,.p.,. formerly, of ·Connellsyille,- at nuptial mass;-Saturday morning, February 12, at 9:30 o'clock at St; James Catholic Church, .Lakcwood, .Ohio. Rev. James Hen- ncssy officiated. " ! " . ." The brido wore an ensemble 'of. brown crepe with matching accessories, and a shoulder 'corsage" of · hybrid orchids arid valley' lilies. "She was attended by her niece) Miss Elsie Courtney, .of Lakewpod, ^yho afternoon. dress _of. .beige crepe with matching accessories, and . a.Colonial corsage of. sweet peas and Mozart Club's Organ - Program Planned For ; Monday Is Postponed butterfly roses. Robert Courtney .of. Lakewood, nephew of the bride, served,,as-Mr. White's best-man. .............-, . v.. » : The wedding breakfast at the Kaasc Tea Room, LakewobH, which supplemented the ceremony, was a joint cclebration-f6r : it'comp'limchted the__ newly, married couple and markedVthor.twentieth wedding :aiml- versaryiof.the .bride's brotherrin-law and .sister,. Mr. ..'and Mrs;' 'Thomas Courtney..of Lakewood, formerly of Corincllsvllle.- *;: f 1928 Will'.,: : Form: Reunion Plans · A-rneelintTof the Class of 1928 -of : the-High-SchooVwill be held Thurs-'. day^nighPjpt 8-o'clock-at DeMuth's flbwf? store Jn "East Crawford'avenue tp'cbmplete plans for a class reunion. -·All members-'are : urgcd to attend. COUNTY DENTAL SOCIETY -HEAD -NAMES -COMMITTEES . A meeting of the Fayctte County Dental Society held -Tuesday -after- lioon', at; the White Swan" Hotel, Uno n , _ w a _ . . _ _ plans for the year and namlng"of the standing committees _by the presl- iF. Spring-- ·" " · ;tees are: ; Program-^Mrs...' ·ir. -".-.,-·;·-' ~ Constitution--Mrs. J.- W. Martin.-- ;· Membership--Mrs. l. W.^Brbwn- -~ Music--Mrs. Louis Shraliow of this .city. -- ;"Ways and means--Mrs. Edwin B. ·Fast, Jr. ·- ....-- - public relations and, press--Mrs. .-E. C. Nixon. r-; :·- -· "; - -Hospitality--Mrs. Marcus Jaquctte. ·Z. .Mrs. E. B. Fast of Fairchance was ^unanimously chosen for honorary ^membership In the newly organized ^auxiliary. ~ ;The twenty-six members in at- ·tendance at the meeting Tuesday and .{ft last month's session comprise the ..charter membership. , ~ ;The March meeting will bo in the "Jorm of ;a tea and will bo bold at ·the home of the president, Mrs. rHoward, Ben Lomond street, Union"town. · '"Tfie"organ program'scheduled on 'the Mozart" Music Club's year book for Monday, February 21, has been 'postponed "indefinitely. Mrs. Daun' E. Nute, leader of the program, said the postponement was due. to the fact ;hqt -material to be used was not received until this week and that the program probably would be held in March or April. -A costume recital will mark the next regular meeting to bo hold Monday,-March 7,-ot-the-club.rooms in North Pittiburg-street. -The-busincss session will commcnco at 8 o'clock. VALENTINE PARTY IS . : . . . · GIVEN AT DAVISTOWTJ ' The Queen Esther Class of the Evangelical' Church '^at Davitsown gave a Valentine party Monday evening at the home of Rev.' and Mrs. Byron Bishop at Acme. The evening was spent at playing games and later a~ Valentine" Itinch was served by members of the class. The following were present: ..Gaylc Adams, Betty Kubis, Eleanor Glotfclty Ethel Fletcher, Ethel and Lois Solomon, Hobert Kemp, Chester McClaln Ray Fletcher; Raymond Solomon, Charles Glotfclty and George Lowe of Davistown, Kathryn and Dorothy Harkcom, Lloyd Hess,'Hussell Rltcn- our and Helen Wilders of Melcroft, Charles .Grimm-.of ..Indian Head, Birdie, and 'Ella -Mac Murray and Wilbur Murray of Normalvtllc, Alta Brown of. Scottdale, Charles Math- cny of Jones Mill and W. S. Keller of Acme. - - . . . . . . - ' ELEANOR KEARN PRESIDENT OF SE.NIOK GIRLS' CLASS ..:;rheVSenlocr.Glr!s t ---Class:-o£- the Juniata Methodist"Protestant Church beM-a.meeUng-Iuesdny.cpenine a the homt of.' MlsjtjGrace Lieighty Seventeen in ctnbersrand" two; guests wcre~prcscnU-The miuirbuslness was .the .^lection-ofroffldeisr.-The resul was: President, Eleanor Kern; vice- president, Mrcella Butler; secretary, Nellie Mac Leighty; treasurer Grace Lclfihty; reporter, Edna Jrost. Nellie Mac.Lclghty~,was chairman.'hour.'ieatured by various games; was enjoyed. A delicious lunch was served.' The next meeting will be hclc Tuesday evening, March 1, at the home of Elizabeth Matthews.- D. D. D. CLUB'S ANNUAL : BANQUET SET FOR MARCH 5 An enjoyable meeting of the D. D. ,D. Club was held Tuesday evening at the home ol Mrs. William Clones of Vine street, South Conncllsville, .with thirteen members and one ·guest, Mrs. Stella Davidson of Alliance, Ohio, were present Plans were completed for the club's 13th 'annual banquet to be held Saturday, March 5, in Leonard Hall, South Connellsvillc. Each member may bring her husband and two additional guests. The banquet will be served at 0:15 o'clock. - After the business of the evening cards were ployed, prizes going to Mrs. James Soisson, high, and Mrs. ·Earl Beatty, draw./ The hostess served lunch. She was assisted by Dolly Corvin. ^ Mrs. Earl Beatty will entertain the club Friday, March 4, at her home In Second street, South Connellsvillc. CAKD AND BINGO PARTY - ; GIVEN,AT LEISENRING ^1 The committee of St. Stephen's Greek Catholic Church at Lciscnring No. 1 entertained 120 guests at a five hundred party February I3"at : the school hall.~ Winners of prizes were: _Flve~h"uriarcd, William McQuodc, "Mrsi Ray Maccyak, Mrs. tflary McQuadc, Mrs. Julia Settko; b'ingo, Mrs. Petrov, Mrs. Marie Brcnch, Theodore Dzmura;. door, . Mrs. Marie Brcnch. At the conclusion of the games women of the church served lunch. ~ Four consecutive weekrend parties, held annually before the beginning of:the Lenten season, .have been planned. They will be supervised by committees from Vandcrbilt, Juniata, Bltner and Monarch. MISSIONARY AUXILIARY WILL MEET THURSDAY "The Woman's Missionary.Auxiliary of the. First Methodist Protestant Church will meet. Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Girls Circle No. G will serve lunch. CHRISTIAN PHILATHEAS : POSTPONE MEETING The regular meeting of the Philathea Class of the First Christian Church has been postponed from; Thursday night of this week to Tuesday night, February 22. Place will be announced later. "· Will Meet Thursday.- -Shllo Lodge No. 103, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Thursday evening at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. The time is 7:30. EIGHT SISTERS ASSEMBLE FOR BIRTHDAY DINNER Eight .sisters assembled last Thurs day at th home of Mrs. J. C. Cunningham" in Ogdcn street to hono one of -the- number, Mrs. R. P. Me Mullen of Baltimore, 'Md., with i lovcly_birthday_dinner... Mrs. Cun ningnjim'~'3nd^ Wirs. C. F. Raymont were: Joint hostesses.'.' Appointments were prettily carried out in keeping with the ; Valentine season.' "· Sisters present in : addition to Mrs McMullen: were: Mrs. W. A.- Haw thorne and Mrs. F. Rcshcnberg o McKcespprt, Mrs. Mary Ridenour o Grcehsbur'g, Mrs. J W. Miller, Mrs C. B..-B!ttncr, Mrs'. C. F. Ra'ymon. and : Mrs. C. J. Cunningham,'nil.6 this place,' ; ; · ,·'"/ ; [ ^-"Hospital TatienlsT ~'··'""· JohV Kantorlk of- Mount Pleasanl William Krepps o'f Trbtteri Mrs. Bes sie VanStone of Chestnut street,.DeL ma Ballcj; of Sriydcrto\vn, ·· Mis BcrtrJa'Carr of Uniontown^nnd Mrs Mary^Hawk of Diinbar -iinve been admittccVtor ConnellsvUlcl_State ; Hos pital ; : lp'ri: treatment. ,;rU:"r_^L.;:.!r: 'Burglar .Stcals"Phbne;:T.T~: ASHTABULA,.rOh!o, Feb." 16.--A burglar who" broke into the home o Rev. H. W. Harris near here escapee with but one piece of loot--tho telephone. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBTTTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By Shapard Barclay -The Authority an Authorities" UBi'KNUJBM' ON 1'WTE SOME OF the most beautiful plays In tho game, lor which the declarer deserves utmost credit, ·could never have been made If he ;had been just-a wee bit unlucky. A different load, which would de- Istroy an Important contact be- ,'twecn his own hand and dummy, lean sometimes prevent him from ever having- a chance to show his brilliancy. It Is up to him to seize the opportunities that'do come his way, nnd not bemoan too mud) those which might have but didn't" 4 3 V A 10 5 · » K Q 5 4 + A K 7 6 2 (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable.) Walter Beinecke, tar of the Manhattan club team In New - York's Inter-Club league wo» the -- -South player on this deal. He and his partner rcoched_a contract of 7-No Trumps. ' '. Against this, West led the diamond J. Mr. Belnecke won thli with the A mid cashed ' the dla- .. monda K.ond Q... After that he · · played his two high heart* and Ulcu started on the club suit. When he cashed the last club, which was the tenth trick. West held J-D-8 of spades and tho diamond 10, North A-K-7-8 of spades, East Q-10-6 of spades and the hear tha spade 3, heart and tho club 2. T last club squeezed I for If each one Q ami South LO, diamond 5 ie lead ot tho th opponents,go a ipadc, North's remaining spades would have been good. If West tossed the diamond 10, South's .diamond 5 would have been a winner. Tho same would have been true if East let the heart Q go, as that would have «et up South's heart 10, . It so happens. that if West had elected to lead a spade on the open- Ing round, the squeeze would have been Impossible, · · · Tomorrow's Problem *»,« + 7 5 4 2 4 K J S 4 3 » 2 · X 0 4 3 2 + J 10 4 A 10 , | i A K Q « (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable.) How should South play for hl contract of 6-Hearts, after the lead of the club J t Troop 4, Girl Scouts, Gives .Valentine Party , Approximately thirty-six members of Troop 4, Girl Scouts, of the First Presbyterian Church held » successful Valentine Party- Tuesday evening at the church. The room was attractively decorated with red and.white streamers and shaded lights. The tables were covered with white paper with a valentine design as Its border. The program for the evening was arranged by Lois May, Maryrcnc Foley, Mary Jnne'Sweeney'and'Martha Herbert. Patrol'2 gave a pantomime entitled 'Brownlocks and the Four Bears," which provided much entertainment Songs by different Scouts were sung. Prizes were awarded as follows: For pinning the tail on' the 'donkey, Louise Thomley and Vcssa Knight; pinning tho pipe in Popcye's mouth, Betty- Ellenberger; musical chairs, Betty Humphrey and Audrey Smyth; tearing 'hearis, Louise Tullcy, Marion Miller and Janice Nairn. The valentine box, covered with white paper .and red hearts, was opened and the valentines distributed by Ruthcarol Andcregg. Lunch was served by the committee comprising Claire Vernon, Dorothy Miller, Mary Louise Newmyer, Margaret Ncwmyer, Mary Virginia Cunningham and Nancy King. During lunch songs were sung led by Ann Kcstncr. The party closed with the friendship circle and taps. Members arc asked to bring ten cents to tho meeting Tuesday, February 22, to pay for the parly, and an empty bottle. GIRLS' MISSION BAND WILL MEET AT CITORCn The Girls' Mission Band of the ·First-Methodist Protestant Church .will meet Triday. night at. 7..o'clock at tho church. ".. : Lee Etta Lodge to Meet. Lce^Etta Lodge No. 515', Ladies' Auxiliary to the B. of R. T., will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at'the B. O. V. 'M. C. A.' "After the business meeting members" will" play bingo. A hobo' lunch will be served Licensed Ui Marry. *- · 'Marriage licenses were issued in Grcensburg to" Paul' SI ~ Miller of Mount Pleasant-"-"imd'Catherine C. Prutz of Evcrsoh"ahd Arthur 'Clelland of Scottdalc 'and Anna B. SchoUcnberger of Jacobs Creek; Near Death on Crossing.'' ~ SOMERSET, .Feb. 16.--Rev. H. B. Hull.of ·Hooversvlllc,- his.: wife and their: :ttwa-yoar-old;:.son: narrowly rcscapccU'dcaULlwheii. their;sedan was 'struck by.: the'CapltorLimlted, crack Baltimore Ohio Railroad train, on the grade crossing at Hyndman. The occupants were bruised. The front part of the auto was struck and it was demolished. when it comes tcrdresslng Well...why does she stop half way on "U. O."? Some women go only hilf wi; when ehccklng"U. O." (.mitt-arm ft/or). They use something to merely K- moycodpr.But because they dpn'tSTOPperspintion, their dresses become wet and ittined under the trm, their arm-pits acquire odor from the petspiuuon thit flows after deodorizing. Why do these women go only half-way? Do they think there's mote lius and trouble in using a prepz- -ration that stops perspiration? Do they think such . eparations nuy.harm tlicic. skin or rot .clothing? at's notjrue any more. ' · ........ " Mw fnam-Dndttunt .Saftfy.Supt fir- -. , : 3 t"T a jM,» ' to^nwty a /tut stmnat to tat. - - · 1. Docs.not rocdresses-- docs not Irritate skin.' ·f'Nowaiting-todrjr. -- - --.. ....... ..... " 3. Caaba iucd tight i/te'r shaving.'- "-'"-- "^ - .'* Stops perspintioaand odor i to 3 days. : . ' S. A whitc,-greajelejs, vanishing cream. . chc onlr d«odot»nt to itop otriplr- .witdrd ihc St.l of Appft.v.fc.1 the Tn= Ameticin Institute of i t tot bcint liitmfcii 10 fibtic. ARRID . 39t ~el M tetJ int, nimttif a»tt di- parfmtml ntrti. D. of TJ. V. to Meet. . Emma B. Goodyear Tent of the Daughters of Union Veterans will meet Friday night nt Elks Hall. The time Is 7:30 o'clock. Mozart Musicians Give Deiigktful Program-Before Junior Culture Club Vanderbili Church Home-Coming Sunday The Mozart Music Club presented a delightful program at the regular meeting of the Junior Culture Club, held Tuesday night at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. . Members ot the guest, club taking The.;CfhristIan.Church. at Vandcr- j mobiles nt the Intersection-of the part in the program were introduced · bilt will have home-coming services j'Wharton Furnace road and Route'40 by Miss Jean Hoover. Selections ! Sunday, 1 February 20. The morn- on the eastern slope of Mount Sum- Six Injured, Three Critically, When Two Automobiles Collide Special to The Courier. UNIONTOV/N, Feb. 16 Six persons were injured, three · critically, i in a head-on collision of-.twtvauto- rendered were: Piuno solo, "Bnllndc : ing service will be at 9:30 o'clock, G Minor," Clnpla, Mrs. Pasriunlc ; with Chester A. Willinmson of Scott- Glgliclti; vocal solo", "Long Ago," , dale, the pastor, In charge. Dinner. Malicy, Miss Helen Grey, nccom- will be served at noon. . : The principal service at 2:30 o'clock at which the speakcri will be Rev. H. Glen Carpenter, a former pastor. · I'll possible, plan to attend and bring others of your congregation," is the invitation of Eugene C. Dunlap, church clerk, on cards mailed over the region. panied by Miss Jean Hoover;'piano solos, "Ab Erato" imd "Liebors- trnum," LisrA, Miss Hoover; vocnl solo, "In the Louxemburg Gardens," Manning, Mrs. Lcland S. Whipliey, with Mrs. GlglioUl nt the piano; "Carry Me Long," Stephen C. Foster, by quartet composed at Mrs. J. W. Collins, Miss Grey, Mrs. Whlpkcy and Mrs. S. K'. Hucy. Mrs. Gigliotti was the accompanist. A short business meeting, presided over by the president, Miss Louise Willielm. supplemented the program. New members received Into the club wcro MIssLorottn HertKst, Mrs. Lc- roy Hoover, Mrs. Allison Marshall, and Miss Virginia Halncs, Another ncd member, Mrs. Harold .Hoover, had her membership transferred from the Brownsville club. Lunch was served by the follow- iny hostesses: Miss Alice Cropp, Miss Josephine nichey, Mrs. Kred Cropp, Mrs. Nick Tullia, Mrs. Harold Roth and Mi's. Louise Cage. Patriotic appointments were prettily carried out In the reception room. The larsc table, covered with n lace cloth, was centered with a small log cabin at the side of which stood n statue o£ Lincoln. Crystal holders, in which were red, white nnd blue candles, graced cither end ot the table. The next meeting will be held Tuesday evening, March 1. COB! Production Drops 20,000 Tons WASHINGTON, Fob. 16.--National Coal Association estimated bituminous coal production totalled 7,600,000 tons (he preceding week and 9,003,000 tons In the comparable week last year. From January 1 to. February 5, production amounted to 30,327,000 tons compared with 40,300,000 tons In the similar period of 1937. Mcyrrsdalc Neffro Dies. MEYERSDALE, Feb. 10.--Walter Purdy, 78, member of one ot the first colored families to settle In Mcycrs- dalc, died Monday of a heart attack at his home near Bakersvlllc. He retired as n barber acvcral years ago. A brother nnd a sister survive. The funcrnl service will be held Friday afternoon. ' . mil · Tuesday evening. crash occurred * at the wide entrance of the new road junction nnd (he impact was so great that victims were hurled from the cars and the wreckage scattered over the' highway, interrupting trade until arrival of the State Motor Policed In Uniontown Hospital are": Mrs, Grace Benson, 48, Clifton Mills, fractured skull, lacerated face, probable fracture of jaw and left leg; condition critical. Wade Friend. 19, Friendsvillc, Md., fractured skull and lacerated face; condition critical. , " Ward Livcngood, 20. Hazeiton, W. Va., contusions of mouth and shock; condition critical. C. M. Benson, 39, probable fractured skull, severe lacerations of face and scalp. : Everett Friend, 20, FriendsviUe, concussion of the head, contusions and abrasions of face. Eugene Friend, 18, Friendsville, lacerated chin and body bruises. Pastor Preaches Tonight. Rev. W..J. Ritchey, pastor, will have charge .of'the evangelistic service tonight at the East End United Brethren Church. His subject will be "Turned Into Another Man." There will be special music by mem- · bers oi the choir. Mcycrsdalc Burgess 'III. . . Joseph F. Reich, Meyersdale burgess, is reported confined to his home with a severe cold. PUBLIC SALE STARTS FRIDAY, FEB. 18th 9 A. M. Connellsville's Fine PUBLIC STARTS FRIDAY, FEE. 18th · 9 A. M. MERCHANDISE TO BE SOLD FOR CASH TO ADJUST THE STOCK AND BUSINESS OF THIS RELIABLE FIRM By order of the Directors of this long established store To mark down entire stock of nationally famous brands of America's finest Shoes, Hosiery and Rubber Footwear for Men, Women and Children. After more than 57 years of faithful service in this community, Hooper Long Store is faced with the strict necessity of sacrificing its complete and entire stocks, so WE SURRENDER OUR STOCKS TO AN EXPERT MERCHANDISER FOR DRASTIC, SALE-COMPELLING PRICE-SLASHING . . . . A : r OF PRESENT STOCKS Our agent has carte blanche--absolutely free rein--to cut and slash prices as he sees fit. Our instructions to him are simple --"GO THE UJV31T--SELL THE GOODS." P. S.-As he is known for his fearless price cutting if will, no doubt, pay you to watch tho newpapers for future announcement. ON THE PREMISES TO START FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18th at 9 A. 104 V/. CRAWFORD AVENUE, CONNELLSVILLE, PA.

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