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February 18, 1938

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TAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEtlSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1938. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRA1. PRESS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y ·The Authority on Authorities" Western Vice-President Will Address Legion Auxiliary on "National Defense" Mrs. Beryl Beaver of Dravosburg, western vice-president of the Amer- · lean Legion- Auxiliary, will give "a talk on "National Defense" at the regular meeting of the local auxiliary - to be- held Monday night at :.7:43 ·" o'clock at the Legion Homc'in "North '. Piltsburg street. The national de- · tense committee, Mrs. C, N-TVIcClure, : chairman, will have charge ~bir-thc program. The Junior Legion'"Au^- iliary will take part.;--" -~-- " '- A social hour-and:iunch wJtL'supi plement the program-^"-- ; ~ - - PROGRAM FEATORES-MEETING - OF anSSIONARY AUXILIARY : The Women's Missionary Auxiliary - of the First Methodist Protestant - Church- met Thursday-night at -the ' church with forty-six members pres- ' I ent. Miss Edith Lewellcn was-lead- cr of the devotional period. Hymns, -. "Love Divine" and."My.Jesus I Love : Thee," were sung, followed by a : Scriptural dialogue by Miss Anna : Mac Lcwellen and Miss Rosalie _ Swink. Prayers were.'_ou"ercdi by " several of the^vomen. Tho program, · also in charge of : Miss Lewellen^.was: Reading^ "Work - With the Indians," Mrs. W. F. j ~. Brooks; guitar duet, "Ready to j !_Ecrve,'-'-Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCliu- tock; missionary reading, "Migrant, . Work," Mrs. S. T.-Bcuford: reading !Tof_a4clter from Pine Hidgc, Ky., Mrs. TErnest Heffloy. -- '. The business session was conducted -by the president, Miss EUa.Heffley. Z-Various reports." were" given, "by ttfe --circle chairmen^! Thee pastor's aid r«cmmUteo reported seven calls dur- 1'lng tha month. Jt was announced -that the emi-annuai:thank ottering ^service is to be held Sunday night ~A nominating committee- consisting tTot Mrs. Nelson Staftord,"-TIrs. W. L -Brooks, Miss Mary Farkhlll, Mrs. -Lyda Condiff and".Afrs.r;Albert D." rjFulrncr, was appointed'totselect offl- "ccrs for the new year. The auxiliary Iwas invited to a ticndY tho; annual --World Day of Prayer ."March 4 "at .·.the First Christian Church. ,,' A delightful social hour followed. 'A delicious lunch was served in TTtry unique way by members of rGirls' Mission CirbJe No. 6. Appoint- ^·aents were, in .keeping, with Wash- "tngton's Birthday and 'the paper ·neks In which the lunch was placed t^ere decorated with picture! of I'Washlngton, I«UEEN- E'STHERS'MEET WITH - _MR.S. ROBERT CRISLTP .: The Queen" Esther Class ol the ,~Rrst Christian Church met Thurs- rday night at the home ot Mrs. Robert ;Crislip in East Crawford avenue. r*5isj Naomi Bishop was co-hostess. =Kn. James W. Shaw ot Baltimore, Tttw former Miss Elinor Stimmel, 'conducted ~ tha devotionali which "epened-jrftb a hymn, "Into My 3HcarV* arid closed with prayer by ^Kiss Minnie Murray. -- ;Tb9,prcsident,~Mr». Fraclc Angle -»orjducted.:,the business cession anc ".named ainomlnatlnr; committee to ' racket officers to'be elected at the March meeting. I', consists of Miss Jean Swartzwclder, chairman, Mrs Crislip and Mrs. Cornelia Friend Flans were made for a tea to be given the latter part of March. '· Games were played, prizes bcini awarded to Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwell , Mrs. Louise Brooks and Mrs. Freda Whipkey. Lunch was served by Mrs. Crislip and Miss Bishop. - The next meeting will be held a -the home of Miss Catherine Foiey in -East Crawford avenue. Junior Culture Qub "Gives.Gard Party For -·:~BenefitLpfeEye Fund d^ol-tKc~major social events at Iho-wcck' was the Junior Culture Club's annual card parly, held Thursday night at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free" Library. The party was well arranged and was a splendid success. Proceeds will be used for the-club's eye fund which is maintained for purchasing glasses for underprivileged school children. One hundred pfty persons were in attendance and spent a most cnjoy- NECKS3ITX A SPDB CAUSE AND effect arc sometimes hard to distinguish. It a declarer who bid a more garno manages barely to malic tho game, ,\vhercas another who bid slam makes his slam, we have a case In point. Did tho better .p'mycr bid nlgher because ho can play hands better, or did he play the hand better because he had to when he found himself In a higher contract? Tho answer can be given both ways. Sometimes necessity Is a spur to greater deeds and sometimes greater ability causes greater ambition. $ 8 6 4 V 7 5 + Q1062 4 K Q 7 3 able evening. Between forty and fifty played bingo. At the close Ot the games beautiful" prizes were awarded as follows: Contract brldsc-^high. Miss Sara Adams; auction--high, M. W. Cowan; five hundred--high, Mrs. ·T. B; Miller; bingo--high, Mrs. C. V. Molinaro; draw^Miss Sara Neish, rs. M. W. Cowan, Miss Alice rancls, Mrs. Harry Mitchell, Mrs. A. Furlong, Mrs. Harold Hoover, Irs. T. B. Miller, Miss Marian Con- ;r, Miss Lois KcfTer, Miss Anna site and Mrs. Joseph H. Slrawn. The committee. Miss Edna Priney, chairman, Miss Margaret Fow- r, Miss Mae Zimmerman, Miss velyn Moore, Miss Louise Wilhelm, iliss -Marian Fcnstcrmacher, Mrs. amcs T. Burhans and Mrs. Clarence' aw, served refreshments consisting f cake, candy and coilee. IRS. CHARLES McINTYRE "-- OF SCOTTDALE'HOSTESS Mrs. Charles-Mclntyro ' of Scott- ale'entertaincd the Silver Thimble lub-nt a prettily arranged I o'clock uncheon Wednesday""aficrnobn at · Old Homestead on -the Penns- iile-road.- Fourteen members and wo guests - were- -present,- The menu consisted of the many good hings accompanying a real chicken nd waffle ~ repast. Appointments vcre significant ot Washington's ilrthday. The table was centered with a potted red cyclamen and domed at either end with red apcrs. Favors were cherries and liniaturc hatchets. After the luncheon the remainder tiie afternoon was pleasantly pent at guessing games for which rlzes were awarded to Mrs. W. L, -ewis, Mrs. Charles Moore of Scottdale, a guest, and Mrs. S. U. Morris. The club sent cut flowers, favors and a greeting card on which every member wrote her name, to Mrs. E. C. Louden, a /ellow member, who is critically ill at her home in East Cedar avenue. The next meeting will be held at he home of Mrs, W. F. Brooks in Chestnut street. · DEMOCRAT WOMEN GIVE ; CARD AND BINGO-PARTZ 5 .The Women's Democratic---_Ciu -gave a card and bingo party Monda -evening at 8 o'clock at the Arlingtb ^Hote], with Mrs. Helen Reagan, presl ^3cnt of jthe. club, presiding. - Mrs ^Anna Martin and Mrs. Charles Wa had charge ol bingo. Prizes were ;won by the following: - Bridge, M _Josephino_-.Licb and Mrs. -Florence .McGinnis; -bingo--Mrs.- Hanke. i'Peg" Creqd_on, Mary - Buttermore -Mrs. Louderback, Mrs. Senor, Ora -Hawk, Mrs. Mae Miller,--Mrs. Dess .Moore, Mrs.JR. ..W. Armand,.Cbarlc JiVay, Mrs. Laura .Thomas,'Mrs. Joh Collins, Mrs. Lawrence Greene an ilrs. Fannie Ncsbltt; door--Ann rfctte. About sixty persons wer 3rescnt. ~ .The next meeting the club will b ·Jicld Monday evening, March 14. M. E. FORWARD CLASS WILI/7 GIVE r BANQCET FEB. 2 ·_ The Forward Class of tho Green ·wood Methodist Episcopal Churc ·will hold its "annual banquet Tucsda night, February 24, at the. home o Mrs. Una 'Morris in South " Ninth street, Greenwood. The time is o'clock. .Each member is to brln Tier own itilverware;' plate, cup, des sert dish (ind a small glass. Rcscrva tions are to be made by "Monda. evening with Mrs. Morris, tclephon 310-R. "Forward sisters" will b revealed. ROYAL CHICLE CLASS t WILL MEET AT CHURC: ~ The Hoy al.Circle Class of the Fir United Brethren Church will met tonight at the church instead'of th home of Mrs. .S. L. Fletcher. Th change was made on account of ill ness in the. Fletcher home. ~ . Concert-'iif-Clirlilian Church." ~ A concert'.wllllbe given" tonight'a 8 o'clock at-the main auditorium o the First 'Christian Church by th Westinghouse'Alr Brake Male Chorus of Pittsburgh. The time Is 8 o'clock W. P. Sullivan, former resident South Connellsville, is a member o the chorus. ·{.None (Dealer: South. Neither side vuV ·ncrnble.) Only ono player reached » con(tract of 0-Dlamondfl on this deal In ;a recent duplicate, all tho others bolng content to stop nt five. Those .who stopped at nvo made Just that. Arthur Glatt of Chicago, the venturesome South who decided to try for »lx, reached his goal. The heart K was led, which he won with tho A. When he played the diamond A, and ' Eoat'n J dropped, ho realized the uneven dls- rlbution of his own hand was irobably duplicated In the other lands. Ho led a diamond to the 1 10, East discarded a club. The club C was next led, East covering with tha A and South trumping. The spade A was next cashed, and a diamond tod to the Q. East letting jo another club. On the club Q, heart wno discarded. The club n was led and trumped. Now Mr. Glatt led tho heart J to West 1 , who had nothing left but hearts. Tho return of tho heart 10 was ruftcd In dummy and a spade led,. the 10 being finessed. When this 1 held, ho cashed the last two tricks Tomorrow's Problem 4 K 3 V K 20 6 * 2 « K 8 7 * A Q 5 « J 1 0 7 9 None « J 6 4 3 * J 10 7 3 2 4 8 6 5 3 V J f l 8 7 5 » Class of 1928 Will Hold First Reunion June 25 J U I l t JitJ Miss Dorothy M. Bigam,,$late Musf John Ritenour to Wed : Mr. and Mis. Ralph C. Bigam of Pleasant Hill announce the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter. Miss Doiothy Mildied, to John H. Ritonour, son of Mr. and Mis. Scott Hitcnour of Pleasant Hill. To Rfi}ain | ndus j r j es puiLA! T 1C asuiei p e nnsylv. By United Press. Feb. Harr lELPHIA, Luther 18.--City declared nia must caUilogue and ad- vcr t is e Its assots to keep other state* Meeting Thursday niglit at DeMuth's flower stoic in East Crawfoicl venue, members of the Class of , The wedding will be held Wodnes- i !in( j foreign countries from luring 028 or the Connellsville High j day, June 1. j Hway ( ra d e and industries. School decided to hold its first r e - j Mis 0 Bignm is a graduate of the| union Satuidjy evening, June 25, al | Connellsville High School, member j he Pleasant Valley Country Club. I of the Class of 1935, and is employed Another meeting will be held at as a clerk In the G. C. Murphy store, j he same place on Thursday eve- , Mr. Ritenour attended pie Connells- ning, R'arch 10, to complete plans I vlllc High School and is employed by (Dealer: East East-West vulnerable.) What li South'a best play for 4- Heart.1. East having opened the bidding with 1-Dlamond and West'ij opening lead being the diamond 3 7 Mrs. O. W. Bolton WillSpeak at Thank Offering Service The semi-annual thank offering service of the Women's Missionary Auxiliary of the Methodist Protestant Church mill be held Sunday evening, February 20, at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Mrs. O. W. Bolton, president of the Pittsburgh branch of the women's missionary work ot the Pittsburgh Conference, will be the speaker. Her subject will be "Thru Grace of Gratitude." "Miss Anna Margaret Smith will preside over tho meeting. The church choir will provide special music. Letters Granted. GREENSBURG, Feb. 18.--Letters of administration on the estate of Sadie P. Stoner, late of Scottdale were granted to R. E. Laughrcy. the event UH. c\.m. V. F. W. UNIT OIVKS COVERED-DISH . ,,_. u Former Charoroi Chief 'amps A. Muiphy, 57, former chief police at Charlcroi, died Tuesday Sal'iuluy moining al St. Jerome's j Chuvch thcie followed by burial in Named on 'Charities Board. | Belle Vernon Cemetery. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 18.--John I. Scull of Somerset was elected West Side Motor Company. , r * Jrannclte Fixes Budget. JEANNETTE, Feb. IS.-Jcannettc'!, I proposed budget for 1938 totals $185,088.32 with councilmamc action on 10. A covcrcd-dhh suppei. served a t , d , t , u pub , lc chantlci As _, 630 o clock preceded the regular I soclatlon of Pc!lnsylvan ia at the jn-, meeting of the Ladles' Auxiliary to . , mccllnK here Walter E. Blown Post of the Vetcr- ' nu mcc "" 8 " cr ' | ans of Foreign Wars, held Thursday night nt V. y. W. Home. Members of Walter E. Brown Post were guests of the auxiliary a' 'he -.upper. At the business session, presided adop(lon bcing schcdu i e d for March over by the president, Mrs. Flora I ,« Slirpa, it was voted to give a cas'h donation to the hospital fund ot the Department of Pennsylvania, the money to be used m the Veterans Hospital at Aspinwall. After the business meeting members played bingo, prizes going to Mrs. Gertrude Madden, Mrs. Anna Urchasko and Mrs. Anna Gallagher. The special prize was received by Mrs. Stirpa, while Mrs. Joan Weis- Kcrber wos the winner of the Variety Club prize. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, March 3. D A N C E E.VGr,KS HALL Saturday, February 19 Miisio By SlttchoncyS Orchestra of (Jrecnsljurg, 1'n. Hours 8:30 to 12:00 Door Prize Notice. Local No. 103, G. B. B. A., will meet Saturday, February 10th, 2:30 P. M., Eagles Hall. AH members requested to be present. Albert Helms, Secretary.--Advertisement. --18-fcb-lt Vv h en a gir wins prizes for her bread Some man is sure to lose his head ABOUT HER THE "BAIANCED" FLOUR--MAKES GOOD BAKING BETTER y. r. c. v. EXECUTIVE DISCUSS TLAXS FOR TARTV The High School group of the Young People's Christian Union of tho First United Presbyterian Church held an -executive committee meeting Wednesday night at the home of Jean Sullivan in East Francis avenue. Frank Sccan was appointed to take charge of forming plans for a party to be held in the near future. It was also decided that Eleanor Keflcr would place posters announcing the meeting in the church Sunday. After the meeting a dainty lunch was served by Mrs. R. T. Sullivan, mother of the hostess. MARTHA NORTON CLASS HAS REGULAR MEETING The February meeting of the Vlnrtha Norton Bible Class of the ?irst Christian Church was held Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. w . H. Bergcr had charge of the Business session and Mrs. H. L. Werner conducted the dcvotionals. Mrs. George Blackstonc read the history of the class which was organized in 1908. Forty calls on sick members and shut-ins were made during the last month. Mrs. H. L. Werner, Mrs. George Freeman ' and Mrs. Maudo Craig wero'named a nominating committee to select officers to be elected at the March meeting. The February committee: composed of Mrs. Paul H. Beighley, chairman", Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Berger and Mrs. A. D. Solsson, served lunch. BINGO PARTY FOLLOWS SIHLO LODGE MEETING Shllo Lodge No. 103, Ladies' Aux iliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, met Thursday night at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Stella Dushaw, president, was In charge of the business meeting. Business of routine nature was transacted. There was a good attendance. After the meeting bingo was played, prizes being awarded to Mrs. Sara Crislip, Mrs. Agnes Seesc, Mrs Carrie Graft and Mrs. Grace Ervm A dainty lunch was served. IOCAL GUESTS ATTEND " TROTJTMAN'S DINNER DANCE - Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lconhardt, "Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Lujack, Ella Percy, Miss Wanda Decker, William Blasey, Vincent Browning and Stanley A. Phillips of this city and Miss "Margaret Korn ot Butler attended a dinner dance given Thursday night at the Perm Albert Hotel, Greens-1 burg, by the executives and employes of: Troutman's store at Greensburg, with employes of the ConneUsvillc, DuBois, Butler and Indiana stores honor guests. A turkey dinner was served after which dancing, cards and bingo were enjoyed. PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE , GIVES BENEFIT PARTY A well attended benefit card and bingo party was given Thursday night at P. H. C. Hall by the Protected Home Circle. Winners of prizes were: Five hundred--high, Norman Haberer; second, Betty Kcf- fer; third, Mrs. Roy Kcffcr; bingo- high, Mrs. Joseph Murphy; second, Miss Stella Reagan; third, Helen Tober; special bingo--high, Helen Tober; second, Mrs. Shallenbergcr; third, Mrs. Edna Piern; door--Anna Trevitt. . . _ C. L. BUTTERMORES " TO MARK ANOTVERSARY In observance of their sixtieth wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Buttermore wll! be""at home" to their friends Saturday afternoon from to 2 to 5 o'clock at their home near Gllmore's Mil!. A family dinner will be served nt noon. " EMANON CLUB MEMBERS PLAY AUCTION BRIDGE Mrs. Earl Weaver entertained the Emanon Club Thursday night at her home in Eait Apple street. Two tables were called Into play for auction bridge. High prize was won by Mrs. C. H. Weisgcrbcr and draw by Mrs. James A. Cowglll. Mrs. Weaver served a dainty lunch The next meeting, to be in the form of a banquet, will be held Thursday night, March 3, at Craw ford Tea Room. SKIHKY CHILDREN Thouianan of moUi«ri-havo louna Dint by »ddlnt Vrajt VJtamlnj and iron, «j contalaed In Vlnol. to th"lr chJldren'i flilly dint m«kc» ippVute IJ ? I ' r S ve V,?i klnn 5' l 'f.\ rml * M Know checkf nil oat. Children like Vlnol tcextue It Cartel to ,ootf. Sold for 35 years. By all meant try Vlnol TODAY. Union Drue Company. Beautifully Dry-dcnncd Slight extra charge for call and delivery service. Radiantly renewed by finest, safest process, at lire-season savings. Act now and bc.it the Spring rush: riioxi: jmts Sfll^lONS Cash Carry Cleaners J57 W, Crawford Avenue. 921 West Crawford Avenue. p hone 680 681-155 Prompt Delivery Q u a l i f y . . . Service... Low Prices For 57 Years! 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