The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 2, 1939 · Page 2
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March 2, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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P A G E TWO rnr DAH/F roumrR CONNTLLSVILLE PA TTILRSDAY, iviA.KU.-i i. By LYNNE B KINCEIi Mrs Jennie Goughnour, Department Officer, Inspects Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown P ( ost Mis J.ennie Goughnour o£ Uniontown, deputy chief o£ staff o£ the Depal tment ol Pennsylvania made an ocffiial business o£ inspection to the Ladies Auxiliary to Wai er E Brown Post Veteranb of Foreign \\ais at its icgular meeting WeJnescHy night at V F W Home in Soutn Pittsburg street Mrs Goughnour found the auxiliary to be in flourishing condition Sie complimen ed the officers and membeis on the splendid work accomplished by the local organization- Mrs Flora Sti-pa, president, u as in charge of the meeting I* was reported that Mrs Anna Dill who fell and broke Her hip, is- getting a'ong as well as can be expected, considering her advanced age Mis Dill who is 82 years old, is at her home in West Gibson avenue Honoring M s June Cook Mrs Lottie Burrows, Mrs Margaret Pickerel Mrs Cla'a Speirv and Miss Ora Hawk uhosc bi thdayu are this month the auxiliary w i l l give a party m connection with its next meeting Wodresday evening March 15 Mrs "Nellie IRowe and Mrs Louise DiU will have change o£ the lunch Games, for which prizes will be awarded, will be played B. and P. W. State Convention to Be Held At Bedford Springs Silver Birthday Plans Formulated By Lee Etta Lodge The annual convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Business and Professional Women will be held over the t eek-end of Ma 27-29 at Bedford Springs Hotel The executive board \v ill meet the preceding Fnday evemrg Miss Margaret Ritenour of Ur- icntown State president will preside over the business session Delegates from every club m the State are expected to attend Miss Jayne Goodman Of Dawson Engaged To Pittsburgh Man Mis^ Jean Snjder of Dawson announces the engagement of her niece, Miss Jayne Goodman, to Robert F Messersmith of Pittsburgh son of Mrs Thomas Messersmith of Manchester, N Y The betrothal will terminate in an early summer wedding Meeting in i e g u 1 a et ion Wednesday right at the Y M C A, Lee Etta Lodge Lndicb Au%il aiy to the Biotheihood of H ihoad Tiain- mcn foinujjtcd pi ins foi the celo- bialion of ils U\c it}-fifth annnei sary in Apiil Mrs John H Loweii preside it was in charge of the business session at which Mis Charles Wills was reported on the sick list It was also anrounced that Mrs Chailes Patkcr is conlmed to hei home %\itli mjunes received in an automobile nccidenl Mrs Cai 1 Beighley repoi ted a recent ba^e sile A commumca ion fiom Mrs Claia Biadley of Colurrbus Ohio, was lead The writer complimented the auxiliary on its fine attendance ind mciease in jnembei- ship Duimg 1938 nine new members M ere recen ed Mrs Edwa d ODonnell of Indian Head was initialed into the airxihaiy Tweity- one members attended The next meeting will be held Wednesdaj evening, March 15 By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities' Fights Freedom USE IT OB LOSE IT AGAINST A HAND of proved freakish distribution the problem of playing one of s our ices on some early trick/ 19 likeJy to be a question of either ike it or lose it by means of a I in easing ngainst some intermedJiite honor in tl o dummy Is then fraught with plenty of danger Whatever treks your side can get u 11 be probably on the earliest rounds of earji suit so you had bet ter hurry and give a good demon stration of why the olc. time expert, \\ hitchead in\ ented the term quick trlcka Dr R L Cox Speaks Before Hospital Club Di Ralph L Cox o£ Star Junction addressed the Hospital Club on TSn- dociinology at its monthly meeting held Wednesday afternoon at the Hospital Mrs Elwood M Keagj president was in charge of the business session A quilt, sold by the club was received by Mrs A I Daniel* BAPTIST MEN'S CLASS WILL MEET AT CHURCH The lookout committee comprising S B Dul!, C H Wilcox, Arthur Howard, C C Burnsworth and Charles Burl-ey, will have chaige of the monthly business meeting of the | Men's Bible Classs of the First Baptist Church to be held at 7 30 o'clock this evening at the social room of the Church Other committees arc Arrangements--W Ramage, J W Prmkey, W C Percy, C B Casebolt and Ira Moon Lunch--C Bailey, Arthur Howard, Eugene Peterson, W W Grouse Samuel Slaley, Lewis Hodge, Edward Guard and C A Palmer Entertainment--Dr J Harold Dull H D Shearer, Jr, Paul Shearer and Glazier Burkhardt The spring nrogram u ill be planned and all members are asked to be present at the meeting MRS STANLEY U MORRIS ENTERTAINS THIMBLE CLUB Mrs Stanley U Morris entertained the Silver Thimble Club Wednesday afternoon at her home in South Eighth street Greenwood All members but two were present A feature diversion was a spelling bee which was won by Mrs Walter T Smith and Mrs S T Benford .who drew for the prize the latter winning The draw prize was receued by Airs Charles F Hirst of Scottdale Chinese checkers were plaed Later in the afternoon the hostess served a delectable lunch The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon March 21 at the home of Mrs Walter T Smith in Wills road M E Missioners Will Meet At McKeesport The annual spring meeting of the Woman s Foi eign Missionary Society of the McKeesport District of tne Methodist Lpiscopal Chuich will be held Wedinesday March 15 at the First Methodist Episcopal Church, McKeesport There will be a morning and afternoon session Delegates from the local society w U attend JUVENILE MOZART CLUB SIEETLNG POSTPONED A meeting of the Juvenile Mozart Club scl eduled for Saturday afte-- noon of this week, has been postponed to Saturday, March 11, because of the illness of the hostess Marian Frazee of 1121 Sycamore street EMMA B GOODYEAR TENT, D OF U V. TO MEET Emma B Goodyeir Tent of the Daughters of the Union Veterans will meet at 7 30 o'clock Friday night at Elks Home Business of importance mil be taken care of and a good attendance is desued Married Fifty Years Mr and Mis Clarence E Lynn quietly celebrated their golden wedding anmveisary Tuesday at their home near Sycamore tree on the Morgantovvn road They weie married at Grindstone, February 28,1839, by Rev J T Hendeison and prior to moving to their present home thqj resided on a farm near Merrittstown for forty-two years Mr Lynn is 80 jcars old and his wife, tne former Ada Ella Henderson is 70 "Mark Golden Anniversary Attorney ard Mrs J R Silvis i-elebrated their golden wedding anmveisary Tuesday at their eoun- tiy home, Gieensburg S. D 2 They ;were guests at a dinner given in the evening at Village Inn by their -hildren Mi and Mis Silvis are the patents of fourteen children, twelve 3f whom aie living Included is Dr I R Sih is of Scottdale Point Marlon Girl Married Mr and Mrs L R McClaln of Point Marion announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Nellie Janis McClain, to S Ralph Clover, Ji son sf Mr and Mrs S R Clover of Clar- lor Sunday evening at the Clanor Baptist Church Will Entertain Club Mrs M\rtle Hurley \\ill entertain he Glad-U-Kum Club Monday night it net home 1206 Scamoie sheet How Women in Their 40's Can Attract Here s cood adv:c« (o* a ·woinaa du mft tier chante (usually from SB to 52) who *ear» the U loaa hor appeal to inti who wornca about hot dashes loss of pop dizzy apclls upset nerves and moodj spells 4ust get more Ircsh air 8 hra sleep and if you a«d a reliable WOMAN S toaic Ufce lydia E Piokham · \oretable Compound, ma-do especially for tsortfn. It holpa Nature build op phyiica! rf^Utanct thus bdpa rw» ·more vivacity to cojov life «nw araist calm- InCJtttwy nerves sod tbOMtLsturWnz sytap- tOTji* tha often aceampuny chttnco ol lur PiB^hais s u WFLL 'WORTH trywe OFFICERS WEUL BE ELECTLD BY U B IVUSSIOVERS Elecaon of officers for the coming year will take "place at the regular meeting-of the Women s Missionary Society of the First United Brethren Church to be held at 7 45 o'clock Friday night at the home of Mrs O O Osterwise, East Green stieet There uill also be a special service fo" new members received during the year This as the last meeting of the year and at the close the execute committee will meet to take care of all business Bethany Alumni Arrange Saturday Evening Program The alumni and former students of Bethany College are planning a social evening In the form of an informal dinner at Lazy Hour Hanch at Dunbar at 1 o'clock Saturday evening In charge of arrangements is a committee composed o£ J Hist Stun- mel of Perryopolis Mrs J Mendel Hirst of Scottdale Mrs Roy B Olio Clarence O Yau, J Ronald Irwm Mrs Carroll B Fisher and Mrs Ed- \vaid Clarke all of Conncllsv ille, and J C Blau of Dunoar Assistant District Attorney Arthur A Broun will serve as toastmaster A short business session for the pu-- pose of oiganuing a c ocial club will be held and the lemamder o£ the houis v.ill be given ox el to dancing bridge and five hundred rte c ervat ons mi} be made by calling or writing Mrs Edward Clarke DlO South Pittsburgh street Connells\ ille telephone Connellsville 1457-J MRS EDWAKD DYE HOTfcSS TO WEDNESDAY NITE CLUB Mrs Edward Dye entertained the Wednesday Nile Club at her home in Hjndman street, South Connellsville All members were present Five hundred was the diversion_o£ the evening, high prize being wbn~6y Mrs Frances Sheering and draw by Mrs Harry Clawson-- A dainty lunch was served by- the hostesss The next meeting will be held Wednesday evening, Marcn_}3j at the home of Mis William Grieve South Connellsville M. L FANCYWORK CLUB MEETS AT WEYANT HOME Mrs Charles \Veyant ente-iamed Jie M L Fancywoik Club luesday night at her home at South Connellsville All membeis but one were present Fancywork and games were enjoyed a£ter which a tasty lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her two daughteis, Barbara and Marilyn Two guests we e present The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs J H Shipley Pittsburg street South Connellsville Marriage Announced Mi and Mrs Frank Brownfield of Umontown announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Bt-tte Bicavn- field, to Anthony Finnell also of TJmontown The ceiemony took place place Saturday Februaiy 25, at Greersbtirg C I U Class to Meet The C I U Class of he F ist Methodist Protestant Chuich \vill meet at 7 o'clock Fuda nig it at the church 4.11 officers aie asked to come prepaied to give wr tlen reports Will Meet Tonight Missionary Circle Ivo 1 of the First Methodist Protestant Church will meet tonight at the hone of Mrs A R Mansberger East Crawford avenue Licensed to Wed Jesse Burkholder of Scottdale and Violet Keifei of Nomalville and Charles Coleman and Violet Landman bo h o£ North Union to \nship, were licensed to wed at Union own Licensed at Greensbmg- Everett K Millslagle and Charlotte M Seighman both of Mount Pleasant, -and Frank Lenz and Martha Waywood of Scottdale i\ere licensed to wed at G-eensburg LORET1V RICE ROCK Will Resume Her Dutj as Beauty Operator at the VENETIAN BEAUTX SHOPPE 33D Jefferson St Phone 1J023 M Point Marion Police Search tor Person Who Poisoned Dogs ipecJaJ to The Courier UNIONTOWN Mar 2--Police of the Point Mai ion district are searching for the peison believed responsible for the poison deaths of at least a dozen dogs some o£ them v iluable The dogs are believed to have died ol strychnine poisoning would have been a cinch to make ho opped to £ Diamonds which East as pleased to double When West opened the heart 2. ifc 5 being played £rom the lablc Sast thought himself right out of JID set he couid have scored by play- Ing threo successive arcs and presented the declarer with his contract. He decided not to act up both the dummy s K and Q ao finessed against the J by playing the 9 Of course the J won A diamond was led to the A the heart K covered by the A and ruffed then another d'a- mond to the 8 ard the heart Q furnished a discard of the spade 5 Ail that East couid get after that A ai two club tncks Tomorrow's Problem A 3 A A 10 6 A 5 V J $ K Q J * S 7 5 4 [Dealer South East West vulnerable ) North opened the bidding here with 1-Spade East doubled and South gavo a very good picture of his hand with 3 Diamonds indicating lack of de'ensive strergth but quite a diamond suit. He was Francis t Wurzburg canny New York pub isher and member of the Afetro- politan Club team After .North bid 3 No trump which as it turns out * 10 8 V 10 9 8 6 1 2 * A K 7 * J 4 (Dealer South North South vulnerable } If South makes a weak opening bid of 1-Heart here West ventures a sickly 1-No trump North doubles and East bids 2-Spades what bid ding should follow to get North and South into their best contract' Cooyi (bt 1939 by Krnc Featura Sradieite loe Seek Her Sainthood Elks to Nominate Staff on March 13 Officus for the ensuirg year will be nominated by Connellsville Lodge Benevolent Protective Order o£ E ks, at , meeting Monday n ght, March 13 The election Is scheduled for Monday night March 27, with the installation tak ng plice Kondav night, April 10 Announcement Dr W L Monser Optometric Eye Specialist announces the opening of his offices in the McCrory Building, on March 4, 1939, for the care and correction of the Human Eje Two years pie-optometry, one at the "University of Notre Dame, ind three years optometry at Northern Illinois College of Chicago comprise Dr Monser s formal education The last yeai at college was devoted to clinical duty in the college clinic which selves more than one hundred patients daily One of the interesting loutme duties while looking for pathological changes with the ophthalmoscope is tlie t acing of the blood vessels of the fundus as they entei the eye with the optic nerve and -amify throughout the retina--Advertisement -- 2mai-lt Hospital Patients Jesse Schultz o£ Connellsville R D 2 Max Marko\ itz of Connellsxille Edwin E Bower of 131C South Arch stieet Mrs Bertha Lancaste of 130S Vine street Mrs Minnie Hileman of Dickerson Run and Mis Charlotte Seighman of Connellsvil e R D 1 have been admitted to Connejlsviile State Hospital foi treatment SEE--Cecil B DeMilles "KING of KINGS" That ZK Million Dollar Picture 1 000 Scenes 5 000 People-- Tno Hour Exhibit It amazes and cl-arms the world- turning away 500 tn one night Exhibited Everj Night at 7 30 except Sunday (Wed 8 4 0 ) Until March 11th 1st Church of United Brethren in Christ ConnellsviUc Es o admission charge A free w 111 offering taken after oee ng the pic nr" Mother Elizabeth Seton (above) vnll be first American bom, American bred women elevated to sainthood if efforts, of Cardinals Dougherty and Mandelem avail at Vatican City Founder of the Sisters of Chanty in United States she camo from family distantly related to President Roosevelt. Condition Improved. Mibb June Shannon daughter of IVIr and Mis C L Shannon of Vine street \vho h i s b rt cn ill at Union- to\vn Hospital for the past si\ weccs, was iblc to be up fo- the first time "Wednesday and is bhowuig marked irnpiovement Miss Sharncn is member of this j c j i s graduating class of nu-ses at Union town Hospital Stork at Hospital A son wis bom at 5 08 o clock this morrmg it ConneUsville State Hos,- pjtal to Mr and Mrs Allen Gilley of Vanderbilt RELAX TIRED NERVES UNbER A LA SALLE WALLAMP BETTER LIGHT BETTER Stem 6 Abovo s an ideal 'alt amp (.m three papular colors) for kitchanuse Aun quo ^^ shade decorat on MANY STYLES £ sk tto 3e « Model R 2Jo Marsh glaray light causa of k r»d, jangled norves x elim nated by La Salle WaHflmp, with thai larger, exclu s ve d ffujing bowls under the shades An abundancv of soft, restful I gHt protects eyes and relaxes narves Com* in today and see the many smartly styled La Sale VCallampi for every room n the home 100 Waft Bulb FREE with these Lamps! Cokers to End Floor Season Here Tonight The High School basketball season vill be closed ton ght The game featuies the Dunbar Towns up and Connellsville High Dr B M Gancy. Philippine lawyer and economist of Washington, D C appears before Senate committee to declare the islanders arc not yet ready for independence and do not want it The committee v, as holding hearing on amendment to bill which would grant islands free dnm by 1945 Bad Check Writer Held UNIONTOWN, Mar 2 --Edward Mason, 35, arrested here two weeks ago on bad check chaiges, is wanted in Elyria, Ohio as a parole violator f|r the same offense, city poliuc haie :en notified Crawford Tea Room Pldn to have one o£ our delicious dinners this week Our frnJay and Saturday Ever ing Menu includes , A ROAST STUFFED CHICKE AND WATTLE DIN-NER 75c A BAKED VIRGINIA HAM DINNER 65c A ROAST TENDERLOIN OF PORK DINNER, 65c A BROILED FISH DINNER 60o And a Selection of Other Dinneis Our Tndav and Saturday Eve- nine Dinners include a choice of Cocktails 01 Soup, Potatoes, Vegetables, an Ice, Salads, Rolls, Dessert and Coffee We serve fresh vegetable"; and fruits Our lolls and pastries are home made We Sell a Great Many HOME MADE LAYER C'UCES, PIES AND ROLLS Our cakes are covered and filled \uth thick creamy icing This week we are baking Red Raspberry Pies made with Fresh Raspberries THE CRAWFORD TEA ROOM! is listed In Duncan Hlnes 'Adventures m Good Eating' Charles Williams Given 40-Year Jewel By B.LF.L lodge Charles Williams has been presented with a 40-jear continuous membeiship emblem b Yough- ogheny Lodge Brotherhood of i Locomotive rnemen and Engmoircn The emblem is presented membeis n honor of long and faithful service :o the brotherhood Mr Williams entered railroad service in March 1880 at St Marys ?a taking employment w th the Pennsylvinui Railroad In 1905 he entered the employ of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad as a fireman and was promoted to engineer on the Pittsburgh Division which position le held when he reined fiom service in 1921 becjuse of ill health For Springs First Fling The opea-toe and heel so refreshingly new tins season, styled in glistening patent, Spring Wine, Blue and the soft warm shades of tan, -will do things lor your New Spring Ensemble See these creations, early A de-posit will reserve your selection. 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Kalman STAE JUNCTION Union Supply Co VANDCKBILT Marotti Bros FNTDIAN HEAD Sparks Supply Co

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