wo. TH ^ DArl-.Y U J U K l f j K . SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1939. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD News of Day At Dunbar spec ol W Tl= SCOTTDALE, Mai 4 --The legu- Miss Jane Sybert Engaged to~We~d Dr. J. Paul Proudfit in Early Spring Announcement is made of the engagement oÂ£ MIES Jane Sypfit, daughtei of Mi and Mis John G Sybert of Portage, and Di J Paul Proudfit oÂ£ Washington, Pa, son ol Mis J L Fioudfit of Connejisville _ The wedding is to be an event of the early spimg The bride-elect a membci of the nuismg itaff ot ConnellsviUe Stole Hospital, was giaduated from St Joseph's School at Portage and Mercy School of Nursing in Pittsburgh, wheic she also took a postgraduate coutse in anesthesia She is assistant anesthetist at the Hospital Di Bioudftt, wljose Jdlhr was for 26 yeais pastor of the First Piesby- tenan Chuich hcie, was giadu^ted Irom ConnellsuUe High Scluo! Washington and Jefferson College and the Univeisity of Pennshdria School of Medicine in Phila4ejpnia He served his mleinship at Packer Memoiicjl Hospital at Sayre }"*or 17 months he was residPit phvsician at Connellsville S^ate, where the romance developed Recently he became associated with the MtCuijough Clinic at Washington Miss Lois Benford's Engagement To Hiram F. Lepley Announced Si- Mr and Mrs Samuel Thomas Benford of 317 South Ninth stieet, Greenwood announced the engagement ot their daughter, M^ss J.Uiy Lois Benfoid, to Hiram Foster Lepley, son of Mi and Mrs Paul Lepley oÂ£ 602 East Murphy avenue, when Miss Benford was hostess to the, membeii of the Bon Amis Budge Club BViday night ,it her home in South Ninth stieet, Greenwood Two tables were ai ranged foi Auction bridge loi which high piue was awarded to Miss Jean Hoovei and second, to Mrs Gilbert Hough Later lunch was served the attractively appointed table being coveied with a lace cloth and centered with a crystal bowl of sweetpeas, snapdragons and baby breath Adorning eithei epd of the table were sltndc} lighted yellow tapers in crystal holders Place cards were miniature hearts pieiced with arrows bearing the inscription ' Engaged" When the arrows were removed the urmes "Lqdy" and "Ham" were revealed The betrothal wil) teirnmate in a late spring wedding Misc Benford was graduated from the ConnellsviUe High School with the CJass of 1934 and is employed by the Connellsville branch of the Un- lontown A. A 4 Mr. Lepley was graduate?! in 1C32 from the local High School and is an employe of the National Bank and Trust Company MKS O. P. QSTCKWISE NEW HEAD Of U. B. MIBSIONER6 Mrs O. O Osterwise was elected president at the monthly meeting oJ the Women's Missionary Society ol the Fust United Brethren Church held Friday nÂ»ght at the home 01 Mrs Osterwise in East Green street Other officers chose are Vice-president, Mrs S K Hjey, secretary, Mrs H D. Miller, assistant, Mrs Delia Schrotk, treasurer, Mis G R r Cim- rnerman, thank offering secretary Mrs H C Shlppy, assistant, Mrs William M FO-.V, secretary of Wer- ature, Mrs Stella Echard, assistant Mrs F. E Kregar, mission study teacher, Mrs S L Fletcher, assistant Mrs Ei nest Whipkey, secretary o stewardship, Mrs W E Lawson, assistant, Mrs J E Dunston; pianist Mrs Saia Listen; assistant, Mrs L G Hoover, colleclois, Mis Sadie. Laughrey, Mis William Ulery, "Vlrs E C Henry and Miss Myrtle Cough enour, delegates to the blanch con ventlon, Mrs H C Snippy and Mrs J W Cpllms, alternates, Mrs J L Thomas, Mrs W E Bisel, reporters Mrs Fletcher, assistant, Mis J? Mrs Sehultz, retiring president hact charge of the devotionals am gave a talk on the Lord's Player Miss Doiothy Ostei-wise sang "In th Seciet of His Presence" Mrs Foj told a story, "Three Knocks jn th Night" A special service for seven ne\i members was held Mis Braes Whipkey had charge of the missio study book, "Moving Millions " Mrs Lawson spoke on ' Stewardship New members are Mrs Landefel' Mrs Harry Leighlitei, Mrs H L Brooks, Mrs John Mickey, Mis H E Weisgeiber, Mrs Huffire and Mrg Kay I'osbrmk ENTRC NOUS CLASS WIL.L MEET AT The Entie tyous Class of tho Jame Cochian MemoriaJ Metiodist Epis copal Cljureh of Vandeibilt wi[l mee topighl at tl)c home of Mrs W D Sliajlenbeigei Mis Ethel Talbo wi be joirjt hostess The meeting wa postponed from Friday nlghi on ac count of play practice Mrs W. U. Hllben Hostess The Trunsday Alterrtpon Sewjn Circle ipet at the home p^ Mrs V H Hilsen, 112 West Fayette steee Ten. menber!, were present arÂ»d spen the afternoon piecing quilts Plan were, made for a banqtief, place arj dpte to be decided op later, Tlj hostess seived a delicious lunch tractive appo;ntrpents previilei Friendslilp Temple to Meet. Fiiendsh.p Temple Np 25, Pythia Sisters, will meet at 7 o clock Mon day night at ElKt. Hall A caid pail \ull follow D A N C E Crystal Ballroom rURBANHS, PA. Saturday, March 4 Lombardo and His Oreliesti.i. jar meeting oÂ£ the Otterbem Guild ot the United Brethren Church was held Thuisday evening at the church with the election ol officeis being 9 feature of the business tiansacted The following weie elected Piesident, Dorothy Weaver, vice-president, Adiienne Stauffer, secietary, Bernice Tiu\el, treasuiei, Velipa Ruth, secietary ol Irieratuje, L e n a frown, setretmj oÂ£ stewardship, Anna Meintt, seciotary of thnnk- ofJenrig, Thelma Snyder, mission siudy teachei, Ethel Loucks, pianist, Geiqldinc Weaver, patroness, Mrs J G Darling and delegate to the convent on, Katherine Rogers ard Imogene Tiu\el Entertains Hospital Alumni. Mr and Mrs Joseph of O. C CLAbS SPONSORS SUCCESSFUL BENEFIT PLAY] A large cro\v(} attended and en- yed a play ' Oui Busy Ladies Aid ociety," presented Fiiday night at le laige d|nmgioom oÂ£ the Tirst iethodist Episcopal Church The lay wab spon^oi ed by the J O C laso oi the Sunday school and di- ected by Mis James A Cowgill very membei of the cast gave d tine erformance ?nd was gieeted with eneious applause Chaiacterii v,ere tylrs Christopher Astorbilt, Mrs rank W Jones Mauannd Poppett, Mrs B S wartewelder Hortense Hackett Mis frank Van 'orman Wilhelmir/a Wilkins, Mrs John [orrisoii Viiginia Valentine, Mas Agnes eedei 5usanna Wiggins Miss Alice Mae Villiams peorgeanna Pnckett, Jfiss Edith eedei Sally Sycamoic, Mr? L E Wellujg Twin sister, Sari Sycaraoie, Mrs V Rouier Glouana Kissem, Miss Catherine 'rancis Bettjna Toplady, Mis C R Clem- lei Amoretta Mwnsey, Mrs Lottie .litchell ] Ca)ro}ina.DeMoft, Mrs W. L Lewis Hey. gilas Sycamore, Norman Mortson Abraham Sycamoi e, Lyell Williams Charles Broadway Swift, Charles 'osbard Visitors, Geneva, Mrs Harold, and Alicia, Mrs John Baker Waiters, Wllliim Hi^soi and Dop- ild Shaw Mrs Jlany Mitchell was at the iano Hei daughter, Betty, played a saxophone solo An accoidfon and jell lyre duet was contributed by Mrs Clarence L MacDonaJd and son, Edward 3MMA B, GOODYEAR, TgM VISITS SICK MEM8EK Business of a routine nature was :aken care oÂ£ at }he regular meeting Of Emma P fiqodyear ffnt of. the daughters of Union Veterans, held Friday night at Elks Home Alter :he session members Went to the home ol Mrs Rose Cunningham, who convalescing and presented her with Jove gifts, She was recently dischaiged frorrt the Pos.pital, It was reported -that Mrs Martin King, also a member, il| at her nome South Corjnejlsvllle, Js Improved Graft street, Evprson, Thursday evp- nmg enlet tamed the Alumni Association of Frick Memorial Hospital at its regular meeting M'ss Stella Wojak, a member of the association and a daughter of the nost and hostess, leaves April 1 foi Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, %vhere she. will take a six months' course in anesthesia Games were played and fund, was served the 24 members present Lenten Service Rei Kormap W Shollenberger peached the seimon at the union Lenten service held Friday evening in St Eaul's Lutheran Church MUSIL was furnished by the church cnpjr Many pnter Tourney. Many have signed up for the cr|b- bage iouinameni that will get under way Friday evening 115 the borough building All persons wi=hmg to play are asked to sign before Monday evening Final Mcetlns Veinon H Signer president ol the Scottdale Iron and Steel Workers Beneficial Association, has called meeting oÂ£ all members for 7 30 Saturday even ng in the borough building It will be the final meeting ot the organization, which became void lihen the mill property of the Pafrnegie-Illinois Steel Company was deeded over to the Scottdale Civic Association Foreign Missions Day Foreign Missions Dav will be observed at the United Brethren Cnurch funday with Rev J E Luj fapeclal t* Thv Courier DUNBAR, Mar 4--Miss Ruth rjldroy, teacher of Room No. 1 at Pechin school, was pleasantly surprised Wednesday when her pupils had a buthdaj party foi her She was presented with many lovely gifts arnong *hem a Jarge cake baked by Mis Richard Moyer Miss Gildroy shaied hei caXe with the boys and girls J Daughter Horn, Mrs Paul Alexander ol Church hill gave birth, to a bifpy gh.1 fiiday moimng. Both mother and daughtei. are getting slong-nicely. Oilier Items of Interest. Wilbur !Rodkey and Ross May weie in ConnellsviUe on business Friday, Mi and Mis Edwaid Gibbons and Mrs Mictfael Nelis were Connellsville shoppers Friday afternoon Harold Baker,"_a student at Cai- negie TeclÂ£ Is spendmg_the week-end at the honje of jijs parents, Mr and Mrs Hafry "Baker-. Miss Mary Catherine Seighley, a student at Seton Hill College, will have Miss Mary Connell of Connellsville as her week-end guest J T Burhans was a business callei in Pittsburgh Thuisday Townsend Meetin? A Townsepd meeting was held Friday evening in the basement ot the Methodist Protestant Church with a large crowd attending O W Hower ol Umontown conducted the meeting according to the Townsend manual Dr Carl H Person of Un- lontown was the speaker and explained the plan A Men's Club was oiganized and instructed the secietary to send for a chapter at once Mr Helmey also gave a brief address Anoth.ei meeting wij! be held next TURNPIKE MEN TRAIN FOR DUTIES Mount Beehive of Activity, Staff Increased OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST At that time it is hoped to organize B Women's Club To Receive Communion Young Ladies' Sodality will rece ve Holy Communion in a body at mass at 8 30 o'clock Sunday moimng Sunday evening at 7'SO o'clock there will be rosary and benediction George F Hurley will speak on Second Commandment " Rev The Urges Prayers For Success of Elks Americanism Week An urgent plea that all clergymen , j, ,, . . - , , ,, . _. , of Connellsvilla pray for the suc- of the Methodist Episcopal Church | cess f ' ., Al , iet)uir sm Wee i v .. and 3sh speaking at the morning service on , 1)( _, congreg l t l n r s to dD "Erasing Our pastoi, Rev Mistakes," and the | M Snyder, preaching same i was made today by Abe I Daniels, Bate Advanced Meeting of Ladies A^xijiaiy to Emory Lewis PratJ Post of the Amencan Leg on at Vanderbilt has been advanced to Tuesday night, March 7 It will be held qt tile hgme oÂ£ Mrs Nellie Orjando at Vand'rflilt with Mrs Rose Woodward as co- hostess Many C-irh Pledged A! Stale College STATE COLLEGE, Mar 4--One. hundred forty-two women students at Pennsylvania Slate College \vere pledged to women s fiaternlties at the close oÂ£ the recent lushing season Among those who accepted bids wei e Fayette county--Anna M Ev ins, 523 Edst Ciawford avenue, Connellsville, fieshman in home economics, to Alpha Omicron JPj, Matilda serv^""^ he will Â£Â»Â£Â£ lute * TMÂ» Â«Â° TM B P "ElVi U dges all ovc the country, together with hur^reds of local groups ^re oGOperiitinÂ£ in thu weeklong progi am to encourage a more vigorous Americanism,' Mr Dan'?!? said toda "Churches, schools, business men, professional men's group? and many other public spirited end patriotic bodies are aiding in this use pictures to supplement the presentation Legion Auxiliary M.eets At the regular meeting of the auxiliary ol Thomas A Lewelljn Post Thursday e\enmg new members were presented and activity reports were heard Mrs Roy Martz, music director, conducted gioup singing After the entertainment, prizes were awarded as follows Bridge to Mrs Willurp Green, J r , and bingo to Mrs Stanley Rowc Refreshments \\ere served b the chairman of the committee, Mrs Robert Snyder assisted by Mrs lharles Tittenngton, Mrs J L Lewellyn and Mrs R I Bentord Baptist Services. Reception of members will follow the ordinance of the Lords Supper at the First Baptist Church Supday morning The pastor, Rev Roy E Whittemore, -will preach at the evening service Afternoon Serv|c* *4 fte Z|pn Lutheran and Reformed Church near Alvsrton, a seiv- ire wjll be herd at 2 30 o'clock gun- y afternoon with Rev N, W Sholjenberger, the pastor, preaching on "The Bible Through Twenty Centuries " Croce, Umontown, junior m education, to Theta Phi Alpha, and Jennie F Krofcheck, Uniontowp, R I? 3, junior in education, to Theta Phi Alpha Westmoi eland county--Barbaia J McMahon, Sutersville, freshman in liberal arts, Alpha Chi Omega, and Carolyn ftjoorhead, West Newton, freshrran in liberal arts, to Alpha Chi Oriega, and M. Jean Seanor, New Alexandria, R D. 2, freshman to liberal arts, to Gamma Phi " "We believe that the prayers of ajl the congregations in Connellwllje will be given ch"2rfu|!y that this movement may achieve jts true end --tha creation of a vigorous God- fearing Americanism Jt is particularly nri eSi .ry today when GodleiS- ness is as widespread in otner countries that we in America should approach our problems under tlv !n- sp'ration oÂ£ luayr and the guidance of feligirn "Citizens of inqn} other nations are today denied tne freedom of worship that '5 one p! the keystones of American liberty In mjny foreign lards the complete destruction ot religion and the perversion of religion tÂ° (he firds of the state ure accepted as lofflcaS instruments oJ national policy,' asssited Ml Daniels "Jt is the morn fitting, therefore, *hat we hen* In Conne^bVllle enter upon nur cettbratinn of Ante icaniam iVeek with tl|e pisyers of nil denominations for our success behind us" bpccial to The Councr MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar 4 -With the momi^e of Gove'noi Ar- Uiur A James that tne Turnpike | Commission will be given the proper | cooperation, for completion of its sups-highway between Pittshui gh I and Hamsburg, plans are bemp made ta i ush the work ulong and the offices oÂ£ the oomnMBtion in the First Ward school ouilding in Mount Pleasant are a beehive of actiyity In draft- it g details oÂ£ e/igmeerme for the vast project Moie men are being bioughl into the local olTices and a e engaged doy and right Along with Uie office woik nnd planning, schools aie being held for men who will be sent our. rn tho project when wo^X is begun on the stretch of road wnich this ollice represents When these men go out on inspection JODS they vill be thoroughly acquainted with ipad building in al] its phases and will know not only the fundamentals of Jaying the load and pbuttnents, anc} the reinforcing cf the tunnels, but will be able to see and supervise the mixing of e\cry inch of concrete that goe'j into the worl? protecting the SUtc m its large undet taking With bonds being issued against damage suits slmy the s i t 1 the road has begun \o look like more of a reality than it ha at a n j time since the flr^t engineering S oup arrived in the twi and small offices were set up it. the Pome'Ij building m East Mam st-cet To Elect Officers Election of officeis will be held by the Otteibem Guild of the United Brctjiier/ Church at its meeting at the church Monday evening Daughter Born A daugh'er was bom Fiiday night to Mr and Mrs Andrew Marchinko of Vine stieet, Mount Pleasant, at Frick Memorial Hospital Both mother and daughter are getting along nicely Lenten Ser\icea The second Sunday of Lent will be observed at the various churches, as follows Dr Joihn F Jose, distiict superintendent, preaching at the Methodist Episcopal morning service The quarterly conference will follow The pastoi, Rev Geoige L Bayha, will preach at the evening service The regular church service will be held again Sunday morning at the Reunion Presbyterian Church, wi*h the pnstoi. Rev J E Hartman, preaching At the Trinity Evange'ical and Reformed Church, the pastor, Rev Harold C Baer, will preach on "He for Whom Jesus Was Crucified" At the evening service there will be an- othei of the 'Di ciples Through the set ics presenting a modern qisciple ' A Disciple Who Went to j Constables lake Steps (o Organize, * Zack Is Chairman UNIONTOWN", Mar 4 --First step toward organuat on of the Fayette County Constables Association was taken Tuesday night when 53 officers of the county me.t in the courthouse Cha'les Zack oÂ£ Umontown was named temporary chairman and another meetfpg will be held next week J Hart oÂ£ Republic, George Zemo of MenaJIen township and Chairman Zack will draft a program for the next meeting An educational program to bettei acquaint the public with responsibilities of constables is conte nplated by the new oigamzation ' Notice ! The meeting of Milk Producers' vhich was to have been held in the 'leasant .Valley Giange Hall al Wooddale poned an 45 P 1 ited --Ac Rlclj Hill Couple Parent? Mi and Mrs Harry Stilhvagon of Rich Hill are receiving congratulations on the recent birth of a nine- pound daughter Zoja Grace, at theh home Mrs Stilhvagon and baby, the fourth gill in the family, are getting along nicely, of caids weie brought into play and tho puze was awarded Mrs Ruby Gridlei J O Haberlen Home. John C Haberlen, superintendent of schools, returned Thursday night from Cleveland, Ohio, where he had atterded the meeting of superintend? Arrange for Debaters The Hurst High School debating team is making plans to go to Boliva; Tuesday, Maich f, at which time i will meet the Bolivar debating teem Maich 1, has been post- will be held Maich 8 al AU Milk Pioduceis m- vei tisement --4mar-lt ome people buy insurance on fhe principle that (hay re saving themselves money by skimp ing and shopping around for low rates It's like cheating at sol tairc to skimp on msur- spec The whole idea of insurance u to provide a jure safeguard agamsf loss Â»nc it' s risky business to save money at the expense of certainty " I turned alt my insurance problems over to a mart I know I can trust to do Ihe right ityng by me-the agent of the National Fi c Insurance Company of Hart ford Believe na its a load off my mine! to know Ifiaf there aren t any wea|c spots in my msi-rance protection J. DONALD PORTER First National Bank Comiellsville. I'a. Phone 7flS. Africa" At the Church of the Brethren, the pastor, Rev Q A Holsopple, will preach at 0 30 o'clock and ohurdi school will be held at 10 20 o'clock Departmental meetings will be held , at 7 o'clock |n the evening, and I preaching service at 7 30 o'clock Fntertalns Club Mis, Howard Schroder was hostess to the curd club of which she is a member Thursday evening at he- home in College avenue. Two tables --and Goodwin's Offer Superior Cleaning Service If your budget won't stand the strain of buying new clothes, don't worry--we'll clean your old ones so well you won't need new ones' So, go right ahead- plan to enjoy Spring outdoors PHONE ^^S? 813 Inc. GOODWIN Cleaners Dyers OONNELLSVILLE, PA. DANCE TONIGHT "THE MAYFLOWER" Route 110, Everson, Pa. -- to-- LABRV PIIIlLIPb HIS O-PIFOE ORCHE8THA rcaturinp- "Rustj," Vop^lljt, January Rail Income WASHINGTON Mar 4--Association pf American Railroads leported Ithat Class One railioads had a net railway operating income of $32,090,711 in January compared with $7,144,036 in January, 1938, and $54,645,698 in January, 1930 S1SE--Cecil B. DcMllIe's "KING of KINGS" That 2'/ 2 Million Dollar Picture 1,000 SconuB, 8.0PQ People-TWO Hour ExJllfilt It amazes anil charpl^ Ihe world-turning away 500 in on? nip|lt, Exhlhlictl Xvcry Nigljt at 7 30 except Sunday (Weil 8 40) Until March ll(h 1st Church of United Brethren In Christ, Co)inellSY(llc, No admission charge A free -will offering taKen after seeing the picture GOVERNMENT official gays the Church, is a financial failure. Even if true, it Isn't a? gjeat a fiÂ» nancial failuie as the Government would be if it were lua on voluntary contributions. awe. 119-123 5 PITTSBURGH ST. CONNElXSVIOf , PA. 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