The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1938 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 19, 1938
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TPA'GETWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILL.B, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Mock Court Trial Is Planned for Meeting . Of B. P. W. Tuesday. ". A mock court trial, "Who Is Guil- "'iy'"in'Asia", China or Japan?" has "been"planned lor the regular meet-'j .ng of the Business and Professional' Wonie'n's Club to be held Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. The international relations committee, Miss Viola':Paisley .chairman, will have charge.. .Mcinb.ers may .bring guests ~ * :. ,, ·; . . . : . . " The meeting will open with a busi- " nessTsessiph'.' conductedjby the ·"·"president" Mrs."Jbhn S."Buck. The club is invited to an open house program to be held February 23, 24 and '' 25"al 'the central office of the Bell 'Telephone Company,' East Crawford nvcnuc. ' · Book Review to Feature "~. .'Outlook Club.Meeting Mrs. A. A. Clarke will entertain '". iiie Outlook Club: Monday, afternoon ' rit" Her" home in" North Pittsburg itreet'. - . . '""". Thc''mect'ng will .be'featured by n book review to be given by. MM. Fred S. Oppcrman. MT. PLEASANT WILL ENFORCE TRAFFIC RULES 'COUNTY FEDERATION GJVES ..PARTY'AT BROWNSVILLE The Fayctte County Federation of Women's Clubs gave a successful and enjoyable card and bingo party .Friday night at the Elks Home, at Brownsville. About thirty tables were ' arranged lor bridge. Lunch supple" mented the games. Present from ' Connellsville were: Mrs. Henry W. McRobbie, -president of the Woman's · Culture Club; Dr. Katharine Wake- flcld, Mrs. George P. Donehoo, Mrs. R. S. Cooper. Mrs. L. S. Robbins, Mrs. A. W. Springer and daughter, Mrs Robert Callaghan, Miss Louise Wilhelra, president of the - Junior . Culture Club; Miss Madclyn Welsh, Miss Marian Fcnstcrmacher, Miss Carolyn Grctz, Miss Josephine Harry, Mrs. James Lcwellcn, Miss Lois Ket, fer, Mrs. Elmer Milliron, Miss Marguerite Splttler and Miss Helen McCoy. Mrs. James · T. Burhans of Dunbar also attended. GIRLS' MISSIONARY BAND' RAISES PLEDGE OF S25 The Girls' Mission Band ol the First Methodist Protestant Church met Friday night at the church with twenty-six members and four visit- on ^present. Mrs. Irene UrchasXo was leader of the devotional period. The president, Miss Mary Elizabeth Whittaker, was in charge of the business session. The girls succeeded in raising their yearly pledge of $25 for missionary work. The circle will en- tertoin the Woman's Missionary -Auxiliary Thursday, March 17, at the church.- · · · A social hour followed the business session. Guitar numbers by Stanley Swallop were enjoyed. Lunch was served by a committee composed of Miss Grace Nelson, Miss Stella Jean Cunningham, Miss June Kcslar, Miss Ruth Shelkey and Mrs. Ernest Hcflley. DOLORES KING HONORED ON SEVENTEENTH BIRTHDAY .Miss Dolores King was honored Friday evening at her home in South Prospect street at a delightful party the occasion marking her seventeenth birthday. The parly was arranged by Miss King's grandparents, Mr. and · Mrs. D. G. Wagner, with whom she makes her home. Dancing and games were among the diversions. The main . event.of. the-evening was a mock wedding: Gail · Hoffman was the bride, Joseph Angle the bridegroom and Ethel Stange the preacher; - A delicious lunch was served by the _ hostess, Mrs. .Wagner,. assisted by . Mrs. Robert Knight, Miss Georgi Livingston and Miss Dorcas Swink , .The honor guest received many beautiful, and useful gifts. -·_ Bqracas Will Sponsor Musical Tuesday Night The Earnc.-i Class of the First Baptist Church will sponsor a musical program to "be given Tuesday evening, February 22, at 7:30 o'clock at the church, under the direction of Miss Florence Wilkcy. 'No admission will' be charged bill a silver offering will- bo taken, proceeds to be for-the ·church.- The public- -is invited, : · ' · ." The program, to be given by Con^ ncllsville talent/is: Quartet from Presbyterian Male Chorus. Instrumental trio by Kingans. "Vocal solo," Betty'Lee Myers. Violin' solo, Margaret Brownlee. . Vocal duet, Jean and Dorothy Os'terwisc. Reading, Jean Sullivan. " ' · Vocal -duct, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dull. '·' Marimba duct, Marie Wilson-and Florence Wilkcy. - · · _ · Vocal solo," Paul Hefllcy. Instrumental duct, John Craft and Albert Fulmcr. . '' Vocal solo, Mrs. Frank Steward. Whistling solo, Edith Tullcy. Piano duet, Jean' Brownlcss and lorence'Wilkey. Vocal solo, Mrs. Burkholder. Rending, Evelyn Murphy. " Trumpet solo, J. T; Armstrong. Instrumental duct, Mr. and "Mrs. IcCIintock. Vocal solo, Bob Murphy. Flute solo, Jean Errctt. Reading, -Virginia Prinkcy. Vocal solo, Susan Welsgerber. Marimba · solo, Florence Wlllscy. Accompanist Marian Snydcr. Burgess Gearhart Lays Plans for Non-Parking Areas. COLLEGE AVENUE ONE-WAY STREET INT PLEASANT, Feb. 19.-- Y. T. C. FORMS PLANS FOR BANQUET AND PLAY Tho Connellsville Youth's Tempcr- nco Council met Friday night at the lome of the president, Thomas )ecnen, 502 East Murphy avenue, 'he dcvotionals and business session vere in charge of the president. The ouncil voted to hol'd its annual banquet in April. A committee was ap- xintcd to 'arrange for a playlet to presented at the W. C. T. U nstitute to be held March 31 at the 'irst Christian Church. A delicious unch was served by the host, as- ilstcd by his sister, Elizabeth. N. C. C. CLASS F.ORMS · , . . PLANS FOR 'BANQUET _... The N, C,. D. Class of the Firs , Jyielhodist Episcopal Church me ".Vcdncsday night al the church with _the president, Mrs. .B,.S. SwarUwcl- . .der,. presiding. It was decided to buj .linen cloths lor the altar and .to bok _i banquet .Thursday evening, March - J-7,. at the church social room. "N. C . P..sisters'.', -will be revealed at this time.; ..Mrs. S. T. Ervin,. Mrs. S. L ; Millcr,;and .Mrs.. J. C. Henry were .appointed u nominating committee to select officer!! ~a be elected following "the banquet bj .'the Fidel's. Class.. Those planning, to - attend' at* ts 'ca 851-J or 598.. 'MISS JOSEPHINE SANZONE. "' -. ' HOSTESS-TO BUSY BEES ~ Miss" Josephine " Sansone. entertained the Busy Bee Club Thursday evening- at - the home of her. sister Mrs. 'JbTih'-Fassoh, of. Trotter. The .'evening was spent at.crotheting am ''embroidering*. Mrs. Fasson scrvei a delicious" lunch, was assisted b. her sister, Josephine Sanzone. The next meeting will be held a the home of Miss Lorctta Sanzonc on Limestone Hill. ! DANCE TONIGHT John Kiferle and His Orchestra , LAZY HOUR RANCH No Cover. No ^Minimum MRS. AQUJLLA WllITE IS HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Aquilla White entertained the \. K. W. Club Thursday night her home in Morrell avenue. Three ables were called into play for aue- lion bridge. High prize was awarded lo Mrs. E. E. Sly and draw to Mrs Harry Hctzcl. Mrs. John McClain received high guest prize. A dainty 'unch-supplemented the games. Mrs. lletzel will entertain the club Thursday night, March 3, at her home in GaKatin avenue. T. J. HOOPER BIBLE CLASS WILL MEET MONDAIT NIGHT The T. J. Hooper Bible Class of th Tirst Presbyterian Church will mcc Monday night at the home of Mrs F. H. Smith, 509 Race street. Th time is 8 o'clock. Mrs. Smith, Mrs Harvey Harfaaugh, Mrs. M. J. Cum mings and Miss Nell Campbell com pose the committee. Mrs. B. Frank Smith will be the devotional leader . MOU Steps have been taken by Burgess Arthur Gearhart to enforce traffic regulations approved by council. The urb al6ng North Church street from 'ain street to Smithfield ctreet, and outh Church street from Min rcct to Washington street, hQs;bccn ainted. Parking will be prohibited on cilh- r side of. the street at these points, arking is also prohibited in Mullen venue from Main street to Smith- eld streets,.and added, to. this Col- gc avenue is to be made a one-way rcet, north. The regulations will be. rigidly cn- rced nfter signs are erected. It is xpcctcd the signs will be ready by larch. No Postal Service. No deliveries will be made by the ostoflice Tuesday, Washington's irthday, cither by local or rural car- ers. The lobby will remain cpcn ntil 10 o'clock In the morning lor he convenience of those having box- s. No windows will be open during ic day. Standard Man Dies. Andrew Pepocfc, 51 years old, of standard, died at his home Thursday ftcrnoon at 3 o'clock. Besides his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth 'cpock, he is survived by the fol- owing children: Mrs. Mary Trcsko- ·ich of Hosteler, Andrew, Jr., iouth Grecnsburg, and George, John 'ctcr, Annie, Paul, Michael, Theresa ind Joseph at home. Four grand- hildrcn also survive. The funeral service will be held ,Ionday morning »t P o'clock at Visl ation Slovak Church. Intermcn vlll be in the Visitation Cemetery. Class Has Dance. The junior class of Ramsay Higl ichool held a Valentine dance at th chool gym Friday evening wit] 00 present. Miss Josephine Spk-n dorc and Willard Stevens were th eacher sponsors. Variety Club Entertained. The Variety Club was entertainer at a delightful Valentine party Thursday evening at the home o blisses Jessie and Julia Farrell. cupid's mail box graced the ccntc of the table and mlnature mail boxc were used as favors. Small valcn incs, cascading from the chandelier formed an arch above the center piece. Games \vcre the main diver on of the evening, prizes bcin awarded to Josephine Sp'.cndorc Frances Farrell, Lillian Ciprclla an Josephine Mamc. A Valentine bo was enjoyed by all. Many Measles Re ported. A number of cases of measles hn been reported to the Board of Healtl during the past week and homes ar quarantined. FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY .WILL MEET TUESDAY A meeting o£ the Ladies' Auxiliary to the South.Connellsvillc Voluntec Fire Company will be held Tuesday night a,t 7:30 o'clock at the firemen' rooms. 'This is the regular scssioi and Mrs. George Baker, presidcnl requests members lo note the chang in date. Will Meet Monday. / . The regular-meeting of Friendship Temple No.-25, Pythian Sisters, wil be held Monday evening at Elks Hal The time is 7 o'clock and member are requested to note the change ii the hour. Doris Duke Vacationi Uorli Uiiko Croimvcll ... oil Hawaiian Iwacli Often colled the "richest girl In the world", Doris Duke Cromwell. the tobacco heiress, is pictured on the beach at Honolulu, where .the Cromwclls have a winter estate. PARDON ASKED FOR FRANK FEENEY UNIONTOWN, Feb. IS Applica tion for D pardon has been filed b New and Smart for Bedroom or Ball* Household Arts by Alice Brooks PATTERN 6035 Here's color for your bathroom or bedroom--a stunning two-tone rug with matching towel or scarf in string. Crochet it in rug yarn, nigK or candlewicking. Pattern 6035 contains instructions and charts for mak'ng ,he rug, towel band and scarf; illustrations; materials needed; color sug- ;cstions. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 259 .W. Hth Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WBITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" WISE PESSLMISM IT IS ".VISE pessimism to play a 'hand as It all Important cards held iby tho opponents were located In ith» worst possible places. That Is, ill you can find a way to make your contract under thoso circumstances. If, however, tho contract is Impossible unless th« outstanding honors are just where you want them, you must bo an optimist and act aj If you know the cards arc In thoso spots. 4 K 3 W K 10 6 4 2 · » K 8 7 $ N onV m * A Q » + J 6 4 3 + J 1 0 9 7 32 4 8 6 5 2 9J8878S .(Dealer: East. East-West vulnerable.) East started th» bidding on this deal with l-Dlamond, South bid l-Heart. West 2-Dlamonda and North 4-Hearts. John Non-la of New Yorje was th« declarer at this contract. When tho diamond 3 waa led, he read West for four diamonds. H« also realized that for East's original bid the top honors In spades and hearts were no doubt held by him. Ho therefore, decided that before tried out the heart situation, he he would ruff out the diamonds, to get some reading on tho hand. He won the flrst trick with the A and led the club 6 to the Q. A diamond was led and ruffed. The| club K was covered with North's A and the diamond K cashed. Thcj club 5 was next ruffed. As clubs' and diamonds wcro now eliminated,! tho declarer led tho heart J and. East won with the Q. All East was ablo to do was to cash his two' hearts and the spade A. Had he decided to return a diamond, South could have rutted and discarded a spado in dummy, so that tho outcome would have been tho same, s MONDAY'S PROBLEM V A K 10+ Q S 6 * . + A J 1 0 7 5 4 A Q 10 6 3 2 ! V Q 9 J U + A2 *» NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Dr. Tjbwnsend Sfarls East to Go to Jai! LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19.--After H cheering, weeping send-oft by a crowd of several hundred elderly followers, Dr. Francis E. Townscnd was enroute to Washington, D. C., today to serve a jail term for contempt. The old-age pension loader was sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $100 for refusing to testify before a House investigating committee. He told the crowd at the Santa Fe sta- ^pcclal to The Courier. . SCOTTDALE, Feb. 19.--Adolph W. Thciss jof Mpnessen, State dog law investigator, returned home Friday after spending the greater part of the week here checking on dogs without n 1938 licenses. ,,._ ,,,,_ ,. ,,,,.,,,, ,,,, OMl _ He slated^ that on his return the tion last night that "I'll refuse to pay the fine, and I suppose that will mean more time in jail." In jail he will complete a book called "It They Don't Muzzle Men" which tells his philosopsy and views of world affairs. owner of any dog not having a license will be liable to fine. In ChurKfi of Service. The Girls' Guild of Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church will have charge of opening exercises of tlie church school Sunday morning. In Frlck Hospital. Ilussell Faulkner of Scottdalc was taken to Frick Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant Friday for treatment. Mrs. Homer Ruth 111. Mrs. Homer M. Ruth of: Norttiside extension is quite ill at her home. Holiday Next Week. Banks -/ill be closed Tuesday, Washington's birthday. The postolfice will also observe holiday rules, the lobby remaining open until 10 o'clock in the morning but no windows will be open' and no local or rural deliveries will be made during the day. Temperance Subject. Miss Irene Colborn will have charge of the opening service at the Methodist Episcopal Church school Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. A temperance subject will be the topic. Luther League Leader. Miss Corrine Prltts will be the loader at the Luther League service at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. + 0 8 6 - 1 3 * 7 5 V JS6 * K J 10 B 7 5 + K Q (Dealer: Weat. Both sides vulnerable.) What dcfcnsa by Weit sets South'i 5-Diamonds contract? Priest Kidnaped By Bandils Dead; Strangled, Repori By United Prcs*. TOKYO, Feb. 10.--Rev. Father Gerard A. Donovan, kidnaped by counsel for Frank M. Fccney, Union- bandits from the Catholic mission at town,,who on Mnrch 19, 192G. was found guilty of the murder o( Hurry F. Miller, gasoline station operator on the Duck Hollow road, and subsequently was sentenced to life imprisonment in western penitentiary. Robert Sickles, co-defendant, was convicted of second degree murder April 14, 1920, and. on December 28, 192G, was sentenced to serve seven and one-half to 15 years in the penitentiary. Miller was slain in R holdup staged the night of January 26, 1926. The case was presented by Attor- ned E. D. Brown, then county prosecutor, and the penalties were Imposed by ex-Judge Davis ~Vf. Henderson.' A. W. "Tony" Bell, former county detective, was "the" arresting officer. World Traveler Dies. NEW YORK, Feb. 10.--Funeral arrangements were made today for Dr. J. Summer Stone, 82, prominent " ; tizen of Wheeling, W. Va., who died suddenly. Dr. Stone was a retired Methodist minister, world traveler, author and physician. Wife Preservers Always uso a dry cloth in handling hot cooking utensils. A · damp cloth will transfer the heat to your hand and burn you, and besides, a hot dish may crack If handled with a wet cloth. Fushun, Mnnchukuo, last October was strangled on January 21, the Japanese foreign office spokesman raid Friday in quoting official reports from Mukden. He said that the priest, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., and member of the Maryknoil order, was strangled because chilblains prevented him from keeping up with the pace set by the fleeing bandits. Japanese gendarmerie, the report said, arrested an alleged Communist bandit, Wang Fu-Shcng, on February 10, the day Father Donovan's body was found. Wang reportedly confessed kidnaping the priest for ransom and abandoning his body in the mountains north of Antung In southern Manchukuo. Information supplied by W^ng, it was said, led to finding of the body. Funeral services for the priest were held at the Fushun Catholic Church Wednesday. R. B. Ludden, American vice- counsel at Mukden, who identified the body at Huaijensicn, believed Father Donovan had been dead a week before his body was found. He said that the priest had suffered severe hardships. Vanderbill Church To Have Father-Son Banquet Tuesday The annual father-son banquet, sponsored by the Men's -Bible Class of tho Methodist Episcopal Church at Vanderbilt, will be held in the church diningroom at '6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. The meal will be served by the women of the church A program will consist of music by Collins' orchestra, readings, vocal selections, and a talk by Dr. J. F. Jose of Pittsburgh. and HIS FAMOUS BAND LUCKY STAR Uninntown. I'M. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd Japs Claim Advances Which Chinese Deny SHANGHAI, Feb. 19,--Japanese reported' further advances today in their march toward Chengchow and their ultimate goal at Hankow despite assertions by Chinese leaders, that Japanese activity in Honan province was merely a maneuver to attract Chinese forces away from the Hsuchow area in the cnst. Chengchow is the junction of the east-west Lughai Railway and the Pciping-Hankow road, down which the hope to drive against the temporary capital at Hankow. Chinese maintained that in order to effect such a drive the Japanese must break Chinese control of the junction of the Lunghai and north and south Tientsin-Nanking line in Klangsu province to send sufficient supplies and armaments into the west. A Japanese column was reported to have made a forward thrust from Kengkiu, opposite the Honnn province capital of Kaifcng, and driven to within 30 miles of the Peiping- Honkow road at Kangwu. Sees No. U. S.-Jap War. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 19.--"Japan's fight for power and security will not be at the expense of a war with the United States," George E. Sokolsky, noted author, journalist and authority on Far East problems, told a community forum here. Sues for $50,000. GREENSBURG, Feb. 19.--Mary Irene Baumgardner of Pricedale entered suit here against Frank Fair- Icy of North Belle Vcrnon for $50,000, alleging that on February 10, 1936, she was standing on the berm of the concrete portion of, the road leading out of Pricedale when struck and knocked over by the defendant's automobile. .Don't Keep Me bom School. . l.Motherl .Gives Me Father,' John's: HAVE IT OUT NOW! Don't suffer any longer .with an ailing radio. One or two bad tubes may be causing all the trouble. Let us test them and remove the bad ones. It may hurt a little to buy new tubes but you'll feel much better afterwards and you can really enjoy your radio in comfort. 120 So. PghSt. Phono 1962 Licensed at Somerset. William Paul Rosskamp of Dunbar find Elsie Elrcda Newell of Dawson filed an application for a marriage license at Somerset. Card, Binco Party. The Ladies Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Fire Company will give a benefit card party Monday night at the firemen's rooms. Thrift Club Will Meet. The Thrift Club will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Florence McClintock of East Crawfor j avenue. ENJOY IT MORE WITH FRESH, CLEAN CLOTHES! Collect all your old, spotted, soiled · clothes and send them to Goodwin's. We w i l l return them as fresh and clean as spring sunshine. Then you'll enjoy spring more! . Then you'll feel like Spring! Phone GOODWIN CO. Cleaners Dyers OONNELLSVILLE, PA. Inc. HEN a man marries a woman older than himself he wants to understand that he is marrying experience and "Experience Teaches," so he should be prepared to be taught. ····HZ3 3. PITTS BURGH ST. CONNELL5VILLE, PA. 1 Employ No Agents cr Solicitors" Off. 32"J Res. 32-M

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