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.PAGE Tvvu. DAILY C O U R I E R . CONNEUjSViLiLJS. PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 103'J- By LYNNE B. KINCELL Pittsburgh Woman Will Speak at Reception For Junior Culture Club Monday Night Membeis of the Junior Culture Club will be guests of the senior ,'lub at a reception Monday night at :he ekib rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. The meeting will begin at 3 o'clock and ofliccrs of the hostess jlub will form the reception com- Tiittee. Miss Louise Heatherir.gton of the Wcstinghouse High School, Pittsburgh, will be the guest speaker and will display 150 dolls. Mrs. W. R. Bowdcn wiilibe leader and Mrs. Carl T. Anstinc is arrang- ng a musical program. Junior Auxiliary Will Meet Tuesday Mrs. Thomas Acker and sister, Miss Ruth Love, will be co-hotsesses to the Junior Auxiliary of the Saturday Afternoon Club of Vanderbilt Tuesday night at the Love home in franklin avenue. The program theme is "Old Songs." Mrs. Virginia Seifert will be leader. Auxiliary Women Will Discuss Poppy Sale Plans Plans for the annual poppy sale to be held Saturday, May 27, will bo discussed a1 the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, ! scheduled for Monday night at 7:45 ! o'clock at the Legion Home in North i Pittsburg street. | Mrs. Miller W. Cowan, president ! of the auxiliary, is general chairman o£ the poppy campaign. MRS. DON BROOKS LEADER OF MISSIONARY PROGRAM A well attended and interesting meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Christian Church was held Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. James Charlesworth, president, was in charge and Mrs. A. D. Soisson was devotional leader. . Mrs. Daisy Austin sang a solo, "Open My Eyes." Mrs. Don D. Brooks was program leader, Mrs. W. H. Berger conducted on open discussion on India, after which Mrs. W. H. Berger discussed '·Ideals of the People in India." Mrs. GOLDEN RULE CLASS MEETS WITH VIOLET LIVINGSTON The Golden Rule Sunday Class of the United Brethren Church jit Mill Run met in monthly session Wednesday night at the home of Violet Livingston. The meeting was called to order by the president, Ada Minerd. "The Old Rugged Cross" was sung and the Scripture lesson was read by Ada Hawkins. Sentence prayers were offered by members of the class, after which a hymn, "Come Thou Fount," was sung. The lesson study followed. A solo was contributed by Evelyn Laughrey and Mrs. Arthur Richey gave a reading. A business session was held and at the conclusion Mrs. Arthur Richey and Evelyn Laughrey sar.g a duel. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer, repeated in unison. A social period was then enjoyed. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Louise Dahl. Eleven members and six guests were present. The next meeting will held at the Turnpike Asks For South Penn Highway Bids By U'ltted Pi ess. HARHISBURG, Mar. 3.--The Turnpike Commission advised contractors today bids will soon be received for completing excavation of two of seven abandoned tunnels to be utilized on the South Penn highway and asked for bids on grading and draining a seven and one-half mile section of the right-of-way Somerset county. Governor Arthur H. James recently gave the go-ahead signal for construction of the super highway linking Harrisburg and Pittsburgn and pledged "every proper cooperation" (o see its completion. The road is being financed by a 535,000,000 Reconstruction Finance Corporation loan and n $26,100,000 Public Works Administration giant. The two tunnels on which bids are to be asked soon arc at Sideling Hill near Hu c tontown, Fulton county, and Laurel Hill on the Somerset-Westmoreland county line. The former largest in the group of eight, will be 6,840 feet long, of which 3,400 feet were drilled 50 years ago when William Henry Vanderbilt was directing construction of a railroad to compete with the Pennsylvania; the latter will extend 4,592 feel, of which 900 feet have been boied. Chairman Waller A. Jones of the Turnpike Commission said stringent precautions will be taken to protect workmen engaged in drilling the tunnels. The completed tunnels will be equipped with normal and emergency lighting systems, telephone and signal equipment and stationary and portable fire fighting equipment. The original South Penn rignt-of- ·. ay included nine tunnels of \vh,cn the commission will use eeven. One new tunnel will be drilled. O f h r r tunnels to be constructed for the super hishw.iy of wh.ch a large portion already has been graded nrc located tit Blue Mountain, Kittntlnny, BARCLAY ON B R I D G E By S h e p a r d a B a r c l a y ·The Authority on Authorities" House Hits Foreign Policy. WASHINGTON, Mar. 3.--The House prepared to pass a 3500,000,000 War Department appropriation today, but continued attacks on President Koosevelt's foreign policy threatened delay of Senate passage of the emergency defense bill until next week. CHOOSE LESSEE EVILS IF YOU HAVE opened the bidding with a hand on which you later teel you really should have paased, you axe likely to have a difficult problem put up to you. especially u* your partner shows great power with some Hind of a forcing bid. You have to chotse between carrying on just as if your first bid was sound, and backing down because you don't quite possess what you advertised. Usually the lesser evil Is in accept- he called 3-Spades to proclaim his powerhouse. When East doubled, South decided to let this ride to his mate. North then called 4-Clubs and South, after long study, passed. It was down two after a lead of the heart B. At another table South got to 6-Hearts, doubled by West, and made a grand slam. West led thg spade Q, and on the tenth trick, when South played his last heart, Bast had to choose between throw- tng tile force hft puts on you, hop- ing off his spade K to make the 10 tag ho has tho slight bit of extra good for South, or one of his dia- atrenjrth which will make up for monda, which would build up an ex- your deficiency. tra diamond trick In the dummy. It was a perfect "backward squeeze." (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable.) It was Bad to soo what happened on this deal at one table ol a tournament. South opened lightly with i-Heart. West made what amounted to a semi-psychic 1-No trump. North doubled and East bid 2- Spades. When this reached North Tomorrow's Problem A None V K Q 7 S « A J D 6 * A Q 8 1 3 (Dealer: West. Neither side vulnerable.) What natural bidding of this deal makes it clear to North and South that all of the spades held against them are in East's hand? CopTTijht 1939, by Kjof Features Srcdictte, inc. William E. Hirt Named by James to Superior Court By United :*rcs3. HARRISBURG, Mar. 3.--William E. Hirt, Erie, was appointed to State Superior Court by Governor Arthur was followed by a vocal solo, "Hold Thou My Hand," by Mrs. Charlesworth, who also read a poem, "Talents." A reading, "Court Trial," was given by Mrs. John Martin. Mrs. Brooks was the accompanist for the soloists. It was reported that Mrs. John J. Enos, Mrs. J. L. Gilmore and Mrs. W. W. Kern, who are on the sick list, are somewhat improved. Plans for a special meeting to be held before Easter were discussed. Hostesses, Mrs. Charles Philiippi, i Mrs. J. Earle Hildebrand and . J. D. Mortimer, nerved lunch. CHURCH WORK SOCIETY MEETS WITH MRS. C. GEORGE SHUPE Mrs. C. George Shupe was hostess- to the Church Work Society of Trinity Reformed Church Thursday night at her home in Vine street. Rev. Shupe conducted the worship service and business of a routine nature was in charge of Mrs. George H. Shumak- cr, president. Mrs. Shupe also arranged the program which was: Religious readings, "Giving His Best," Mrs. B. F. Waga- Tufcaioia Rays Hills, Clc.tr Ridge H. James who vacated the 518,000 a and Allc-heny. Bids on the grading contract in Somerset countv will be opened Maich 17. Remarried, But Must Pay for Maintenance Of His First Wife year bench position when he took the gubernatorial oath January 17. Hirt, president judge of Erie coun- iy common pleas court, will serve on Uie appellate bench until January 1 if his appointment gains State Senate confirmation, a prerequisite to issuance of a judgcship commission. James stud his appointee probably bench vacancy. Prospects of early confirmation of the appointment were regarded doubtful, since the Senate is in partisan snarl over the Philadelphia Second district seat temporarily vacated by Herbert S. Levin, a Democrat, while majority Republicans are negotiating for approval of former State Senator Samuel W. Salus, a Republican. Confirmation of a James Cabinet appointment, Major Lynn G Adams, Harrisburg, as State Motor Police commissioner, has been pending for weeks. Hirt has been a common pleas judge since March 1, 1920, when hi was appointed by former Governor William C. Spioul. He was elected to the judgeship the following yea] and rcelected in 1931 on the nomination of both major parties. He . ^ would not sit with Superior Court' born at Erie May 13, 1881, graduated until March 13, opening day of the i from Princeton University in 190 Special to rhe Courier. UMONTOWN", Mar. 3.--Clayton Howard Dennis 0( Dunbar, who has remarried, was ordered tori.-.y to pay I bccn absent from virtually all specu- ' -- comment on refilling of the next session, in Harrisburg. Announcement of Hirt's appointment came aa a surprise to many Capital observers, his name having -DINNER PRECEDES MEETING OF WESTMINSTER CLASS A covered dish dinner and elec- "tion of officers marked the meeting ot the Westminster Class of the First Fresbytenan Church, held Thursday evening at the social room of the 'church. Thirty-fhe members and guests attended At the close o." the meal- a few selections were sung by Miss Helen Keil. She played her own accompaniment. Miss Nell Weisiger gave two readings'. The business session was opened by Vice-President Miss Proudflt, owing to the absence of the president, Mrs. D. W. Dull. Birthday boxes were opened and a sum of S10.50 realized. Mrs. W. W. Haines conducted tho election which resulted as follows: President, Miss Alice Cropp; vice-president, Miss- Ruth Brown; secretary, Miss Carolyn Beuscher; assistant, Mrs. Harold Bauer; treasurer, Mrs. Joe Whiteley; publicity, Mrs. D. W. Dull. The April meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. William DeMuth in South Pittsburp street. Mrs. Frank Reynolds will be co-hostess. Mrs. | man; "Seth Parker Soys," Mrs. Amelia Penrod; "His Marching Orders," Mrs. C. A. Purbaugh. The hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Margaret, served a delicious lunch. A social hour, with Chinese checkers as the diversion, was enjoyed MRS. EARL F. WEAVER IS HOSTESS TO EMANON CLUB Mrs. Earl F. Weaver was hostess to the Emanon Club Thurid.iy evening at her home in Apple .street. Alter n bnef business session bridge was played. High prize was .nvnrdcd Mrs. William Fagsn and draw to Mra. Rtissseli Vaughn. The hostess served lunch, assisted by her daughter, Elvera. Miss Catherine Patrick and Misss Evelyn Horn were guests. The next meeting will be held Tnursdoy, March 16, at the. home o£ "Irs. C. H. Wcisgerber in Vtoc~slreet. LOTTIE BRADLEY CLASS HOLDS MONTHLY SESSION The Lottie A. Bradley Class of the S o u t h Cormelisville Evangelicdl Church held its regular business and social meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Melvin Coughenour in Murphy street. Fifteen members and three visitors were present. The meeting opened with two hymns, sung by the class. Rev. E. I. Manka- mycr offered prayer. Mrs. J. R. Shipley, president, had charge of the business session. Mrs. L. S. Banner, teacher of the class, and Mrs. M. R. Urbach were reported on the sick list. After the business meet.jig lunch was served. The rest of the evening was given over to games. Mrs. Ambrose Soisson and Mrs. William Grieve were Mrs. Cougheuour's assistants. - The next meeting will be held April 6 in the church basement. At the close the class will attend the revival service in a body. MARIE AIcCLINTOCK BECOMES BRIDE OF EUGEXNE BENEKE Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCiintock * | of Ninth street announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Marie McClintock, to Eugene Beneke, son of Mrs. Martha Beneke of the Swaugertown road. The ceremony took plaee Sunday evening, February 1!), at the home of Jjslicc of the Peace C. P. Slillwagon, a second cousin of the bride. Present at the wedding were Mrs. McClintock, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stillwagon, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Petrosky and Miss Gertrude Greafl. Mayor, Two Police Heads to Attend County Conference Mayor Ira D. Younkm, Chief ol Police Andrew W Thomas and As- «istant Chief Charles J. Nez will attend the cunfercr.r e cf all Fnyettt* county pt'ace oiTlccrs m the courthouse a* Uniontown at 2 o'clock Saturday .iftcinoun nt me mil of District Attornej- J.-smci A. Kellly. The county prolocutor has culled the jjarle} to which every law en- foi cement af;cnt functioning in the county is invited. II his ftrst wife $10 a month from his j 1-itive WPA wages for the maintenance of j his son and daughter. The dKorccd wife said she 'was ill i and had been trying to suppoit her- helf and two other children by working in a Mount Pleasant hotel. She said her fornvjr luisband'.i parents had agreed to kike the crtlclren but she would not consent £o the separation. and admitted to the Erie County Ba two years later. The Superior Court position t which Hirt was appointed will bi contested in the fall elections. Th« winner will serve a 10-year term. BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 4th [At Hiles' Nut Shop Auspices St. John's Sodality Why Not Trade-in Your iOLD WATCH? WM. ROGERS SON 44-PIECE .SERVICE FOR 3 OPEN STOCK PRICE, 130.50 \*i Handsome Prcvcnt-Tarnhh Chest Included! Tht j«me fine qualify tfief h« characterized WM. ROGERS SON lilverpMc for more than hfilF a century. International Silver Co.'i full replacement guarantee assuTet splendid service. H o l l o w H a n d l e Krttvei, with mirror finish Slain- le« Steel Forged blades. Limited quantity. No more at ihJj price when these are son*. E O D G E T T E R M S A R R A N G E D Terms As Low As 50c Weekly , POSNER'S Credit Jewelers 2nd National Bank Building, Opposite Orpheum Theatre. VANDERBILT CLUB WOMEN WILL MEET AT TEA KOOM - The Saturday Afternoon Club ot Vanderbilt will meet Saturday afternoon at Crawford Tea Room. A 1 o'clock luncheon will be served, af- tor which members and guests will assemble in the living room where a program will be given. Mrs. J. G. Carroll of Uniontown xvill be the guest speaker, Mrs. S. IV". Bryan will give a reading and Mrs. Elhs Gault will be the soloist. SUMMIT WILLING WORKERS COVEIIED-D1SH SUPPER The Willing Workers Society ot S u m m i t Methodist Protestant Church, Dunbar township, held a covered-dish supper Thursday evening at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barnhart to raise funds (or the church. The program following included group singing and readings by Mrs. J. H. Hartford and William Fike. Then came games. Forty persons attended. NAOMI MISSIONERS WILL MEET TUESDAY NIGHT A meeting of the Naomi Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church will be held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. George P. Nairn, 515 East Patterson avenue. The time is 8 o'clock and members are asked to note th: change of date. Licensed to Marry. A marriage license was issued at Cumberland, Md., to Frank Yeardie, Jr., of Brownsville, and Sara Mclvina Hartaock of Grindstone. Do This If You're F. A. Club Entertained. The F A. Club met Wednedity evening at the home of -Mrs. Olive Hoslcllei m Peach s t r e e t The evening was spent .n ·«wmg. Mrs Helen Herbert received a lowel from tach member of lie club in observance of her birthday. Mrs. Alberta Kes±.lar won the door pme. At a late hour a lunch was served with n color scheme of green and while being carried out. The ne:U meeting \vill ho held at the home of Mrs. Anna Mary Hall in IV.rk .street March 15. D A N C E CrysfrcsS Ballroom FAIRBANKS, PA. Saturday, March 4 Frank Lombard o and His Orchestra. Admission S5r Don't tak« chances on products you know aolh'mc about or rely on temporary relief ·when there's need of good general system tonic like time-provon Lydta. E. Pinkhain'q Vegetable Compound, rnada esptriallv for women from wholesams herbs and roots. Let PinWiara's Compound beJn build up more physical resistance and thug aid In calming jaagly nerves, lessen distress from female functional disorders and make life »orth living. For over 60 years oae woman UOB told srothcr how to go "imilintr tbni" with Fmklmm's--o\cr 1,'JOO.OOO woimn hive MUST BE C P OOD? B! TM" m ° Un ' ;0 "'-' t Crawford Tea Room Flan to have one of our delicious dmr.crs this week, Oui' Friday and Satuiday Evening Menu includcb: A KOAST STUFFED CHICKEN AND WATTLE DINNER, 75c. A BAKED VIRGINIA BAM DINNER, 65c. A ROAST TENDERLOIN OF FORK DINNER, C5c. A. BROILED FISH DINNER 60c And a Selection of Other Dinners. Our Friday and Saturday Evening: Dinners Include a cnoice of Cocktails or Soup, Potatoes, Vegetables, an Ice, Salads, Rolls, Dessert and Coffee. We serve fresh vegetables and fruits. Our rolls and pastries are home made. We Sell a Great M.my HOME MADE LATTER CAKES. PIES AND ROLLS Our cakes are ~ covered and filled wilh thiclc, creamy icing. This week we are baking Red Raspberry Pies made with Fresh Raspberries. THE CRAWFORD TEA ROOM is listed in Duncan Hines "Athcnlures in Good Ealiug." Phone 680 681-155 SON'S Prompt Delivery QDAUTT ... SERVICE ... LOW PBICES FOB 67 TEAKS. VIENNA FLOUR The Old Reliable 24i/2-lb. sk. 79c GOLD M E D A L Flnur, SOFT-A-S1LK Cnhc Flour, Ijox . . . . . . iSo Kiuu'j- Shrcilded Coconut, Ib. iucknt;e _ _ ._ "Jllc CAMI'FIRK M«r-hmalI«MYS, II), Economy pkifc 18c R O Y A L Gelatine or Desserts I IKIXOS ... 2lr U.VKliDA BAKERS L m n u l)uone Cnkcs, 11), .-25c Cliocolnte R r n l i n m Crackers, ' II). . 'J.-.e ONE-CENT SALE SUPER SUDS I.nrc-c Hhu Ho.v 2l)c .lledluin nine Box . . _ Ic BOTH KOK 21 c FKKK--Cake Octillion Toilet Soap ivltJi 1 Largo Box OCTAGON Chips 2)c S W K K T H K A I t T Soap rinkcs, life 5-Ib, box Sic S W J K K T I I E A H T Toilet Soap. 4 cukes JDc Premier Qualify Foods [¥ERSARY SPECIALS Buy now mid save fit these special low prices. PREMIER Coffee, two Mb. cans 53c The Blend That Pleases. PREMIER Peaches (halves) 2 Ig. cans 35c 6 for SI.00 P R E M I E R Apricots, 2 large cans 41 c Halves or Whole Peeled P R E M I E R Trny Tot Peas, 3 cans 49c P R E M I E R Corn, 2 cans 23c Crushed Golden Bantam or WhKa P R E M I E R Stringless Beans, 2 med ens 23c Cut Green or Golden Wax P R E M I E R Red Kidney Beans, 3 medium cans 23c P R E M I E R Spinach, 2 large cans 29c P R E M I E R Grape Fruit Juice, 2 large 46-os. cans 39c' NEMAN'S Pure Fruit Preserves, 2-lb. jar 33c Strawberry or Apricot MAZDA LAMPS, 25 to 100 Watt 15c The Bebt Gives Better Light--Lasts Lonffcr Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Priced Right Lenten Menus PJRXSCE'S Finest Eed Aluska Salmon, 2 Tall cans ..... 47e PREMIER Codfisli Cakes, S cans 29c Fry and Serve' LA PREItriATA Koodles, two 1-11. pieces 25c Fine or Broad Great Northern Beans, 8 ifos I..... 17c Fine Cookers lixtru Fancy Blue Rose / Sice. 3 Ibs. ,,.. 17c BEECH-JTUT Spaghetti, ii mod. cans .'..._..... 19c BEECH-*UT Catsup, 2 large bottles -.. 35c TABLE GARDEN Salad 1-csshir. qt, jnr 31c H A R V E S T TIME Pancake Flour, sk. 19c HIGHLAND 100% PURE MAPLE SYRUP 12-oz. Jus 87c--Quart, 88c MORNING BRACER COFFEE, Ib. 16c Glasses 1 8C 3 glaSS-- 2 ^ 3 1 C Pimento, Olive Pimento, Kay, Limlmrper, Pineapple SPRING LAMB Lamb Breast-, Ib. . .. 13c Lamb Shoulder, Ib. . . . 25c Legs of Lamb, Ib. 3Jc Pure Pork Sausage, Ib. 25c Loose or Link Old Hickory Sliced Bacon V2-lb. pkge 15c;2for25c Honey Brand String Half, ' 5-i ib. aye., 1). Butt Half, ·1-5 11). UTC., Ib. Salt Mackerel Fillets Extra Fancy, II) BRANDED BEEF Highest Quality Rib Boil, Ib 15c Chuck Boil, Ib 20c Chuck Roast ib 25c Rib Roast, Ib 28c Rump Roast, Ib. 32c Dressed Chickens, Ib. 32c Freshly Dressed in Oar Market "THK STORE THAT DOES THINGS FOE VOU" II

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