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February 22, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PA'GE'-TWO.- THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, "PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 193S. 1C. B. McCormick of · . Courier Force Is 75 By LYNNE B. KINCELD Western Vice-President-.Gives .. National; Defense TS : . American Legip^uxiliary .'.There, are, two principles of..national defense,!! said Mrs,,Byrl. Beaver, of DravosburR, .western . vlceypresi- dent.of_.the American.I^gi.qn..Auxi-" liary r in addressing, a meeting ot .the local.auxiliary, held.Monday night In the. Legion, Home. ,,.. ."The Qrst.is..dcfcnse.liy. land, sea and .aitirom, invasion .and.the second that_T.vc..may worship. God as we. .Around, .this, theme. Mrs...Beaver. built an..interesting talk. ,She,_sald. Lincoln .and.WashinstonJwd '.'left, us a ivoriderful heritage,..but .in order, to preserve that heritage..it wpilld. have to be defended."..and that one, way" "of doing, this is .to '.'havq. sjtar. quato .protection .In our standing Army .'and 'Notional Guard."., She. further: stated that "we have, .never had the'full quota'in cither ot these as prescribed by. the 1920 National Defense Act.""' She declared .that '.'we could promote peace.by 'favoring the passing of th'e'-u'nlversal service bill \vhlch' prescribes that 95: per "cent of excess profits" wiU:Wtaxable'.by the Government'so'thdt the man 'at homo, ·will receive no more profit'.ttuuv.the man serving in the front, line trenches.". In referring to this Mrs..Beaver said "that "cyen . .Washington advocated adequate ^defense, and that only In that way could we preserve peace.". :The speaker told her listeners that foreign born should become citizens ^nd should be made to realize that" citizenship is not just a gift, but something to be attained.' After Mrs. Beaver's talk Mrs. Mollie Minek of California, Pa., sub- chairman of national defense, gave some of the high lights of the recent National Defense Conference" held In Washington, D. C. Another guest of the auxiliary, Mrs. Elizabeth Harris of Charlerol, western director, spoke during the business session anc stressed the value of membership In the American "Legion Auxiliary one the privilege of contributing to the splendid work that Is being done for disabled veterans arid their children The following program "was presented by members of the'Junior American Legion Auxiliary; "America, he Beautiful," chorus, accompanied by Miss Kathleen Trcvitt vocal solo, "My Buddy," Miss Betty Dixon. with Miss Sylvia Schmldl at the..piano; xylarimba 'solo, Mlsi £101:0 Backus;. patriotic tap dance Audrey Smyth; essay on "Nations Defense," Donna Dean Smith; plam solo, Marna Solssorr, piano solo, Betty Jean Whitten. At the business session, presided , over by the president, Mrs. Madelyn Reed, one now member was received.. After the program a lunch, with appointments in keeping with Wash- ingtonjs..Birthday, .was served. The tables were made attractive with red potted plants and red, white and blue candles in crystal holders. Mrs. L. S. Bobbins was in charge of the lunch and Mrs. C N, McCIure, national defense chairman, of the tables." Mrs. McCIure was also in charge of the program. Visitors were present from Dawson, Dunbar, Scottdale and Vanderbilt auxiliaries. LAUREL HILL T. T. C. MEETS "AT LEIGHTY HOME The Laurel Hill Youth's Temperance Council met Friday night at the homo of-Miss -Mary-Leighty,--Albert and Harold Leighty near Trotter. Harold/jLolshty ^conducted the :devo- tiqnals; The topic was "Narcotics" and talks were given,.,by...Bobcrt Fikc, Robert Harper and Miss,Mary Leighty. 'A:;generol discussion-followed. Two now members, Mr. ond Mr. : and Mrs." Charles Wilson Blttner of 1102 South Pittsburg treet announce the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter, Wlss Rearl Erdeno Bittner, to King M. Lcichleitor, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Waller Lelchleilor of the Breakneck road. The wedding will be an event of Thursday, April 7. Miss" Biltnor was graduated from. :he Johnstown High School, a member of tho-Class of 1034, and Is employed jiit-ajilork ut the G. C. Murphy store ln-W«st.Crawford avenue.-'. -~ . · Mr. teCHIcitcr attended U\e~Con- ncllsville^ffiigh School- and Is cm-. }loyed : bjM;heJ5imder8on Porter Coil- structlop-iSoiSpany. He is locotcc at Spring'Jijlc at present. . to Wed ·King M: Leichleiter Dr. N ev^Kenst rig ton -G i r' Miss'Wary~CathcTln'e"jainKensmlth daughter ' ;-- and Mrs. "Wr.Claude C. B. McCormick, oldest member of The Courier family, and one of he most widely known men o£ the community, quietly observed his seventy-fifth birthday Saturday at lis home at Poplar Grove. The only celebration planned for tho event was a small family dinner served in the evening, the menu consisting of chicken with all the trimmings. Seated at the table, which was graced with a birthday cake, were Air. McCormick, his grandson; Charles H. McCormick, Miss Alicia Bertz, Red Cross supervising nurse ":i Washington, ' PH., ' Mi"" Violet rlusscy, public school nurse, and ·Thomas Newmycr. ' ; .-.Known to fellow employes as "Uncle Charley," Mr. McCormick .received £ifts, including cut flowers and birthday cards. Friends called to offer.: congratulations and to wish Him.many more happy birthdays. Star Years Ago A Martha Washington "held Monday evening at KllnReri'smrth. ".of "New Kensington, has sclcclccTSaturdny, -March 19;;as the date.for her marrlage'to:Pr.'. William Shannon Ashe, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Stanley .P.. Ashc ,01 Rivcrvicw avenue,; Pittsburgh, formerly: ot Connellsville. '.;;!..":. .".' ". '. " . . MARTHA WASHINGTON TEA -'·; IS GIVEN. BY Y. r. S. Tea ' was the First Presbyterian Church by the Young ·"People's Society of tho church. Approximately Jiixty members and ·friends were in attendance. The following program, arranged by Mrs. Karl 11. J. Schoenborn, WHS pre_s_cntcd: · . · - . : . ·.""JY.Clcom.e'Tiddrcss, Marilyn. Wcisi- gcr, who was dressed in Colonial costume, : Violin solo, Donald Fosrelman, Jr., with Norma Elpcrn playing the "piano accompaniment; · .... - Vical trio,'Gladys'Guard, Eleanor Sanncr and Dolly.'HclcniZ'V".'" Piano solo, · Norma Elpcrn. Heading, Ruth Ann Carton. Vocal solo, Miss Helen Groy, with Miss Jean Hoover nt "the piono. Violin · solo, Edward McDonald vith Miss Pearl Keck ot the piano. V and X trio, Mies Viola Rice, Miss Camille Falcone and Miss- Murlc Hluiicho Sweet nnd husband Yo'.ra ago Blancho Sweet ruled as the star of tho ailcnt movica. Core's Blnncho today, shown In Boston with her actor-husband. They aro In a «tago play. --Central I'rai T. J. HOOPER CLASS MEETS · ·WITH MRS. F. II. SMITH A meeting of tho T. J. Hooper Bible Class' of the' First Presbyter- ion Church WHS'held Monday night at the home'of Mrs. F. H. Smith in Race street. Mrs. B. Frank Smith conducted tho'devotlonal which was a memorial to Mrs. John G. Hoyncs, ·A member, who died in January. Mrs, A. B. Norton, -president, was in charge of the business meeting, after, which" lunch was served. Appointments 'were in keeping with Washington's Birthday. The committee was composed of the hostess, ond Miss Nolle Camnbcll, Mrs. Harvey Harbaugh and MrsrM. 'J. Cummlugs. Misses Dorothy and Jean Osterwlse sang two solos, with Mrs, Roger Ulery at the piano.' The next meeting will be held at tho homo of Mrs. B\ B. Smith In West Green street. The committee consists of Mrs. Smith, Mrs. W.'L. Beuscher, Mrs. D. E. Treher and Mrs. Paul O, Hood. Mrs. Floyd ceived.-' - Hixcnbaugh," were re- Soihty lunch In keeping'with Washington's Birthday was-'scrvcci. Thjrry member*were preJOnt; : Guesti! ·were- -Elsie- Thompson, 1 "-"Thomas Lrighty and Fred Leighty, Jr.; Mrs. Commodore Fike and Mrs....James GKADALES WILL OBSEUVE .:. - ^VASHIN-GTON'S BIRTHDAY The Gradale Sorority will give n Washington's Birthday party tonight at the. : Baltimprc. OhIo.";Y;-M.::C;-A. The fete will begin nt 8 o'clock and members may bring friends. : "Marlon' Barrett Feted." Marion Barrett was feted Thursday «venins^at a-party in honor-of-her l'4th birthday'-at her home : in-Wcat Apple-street/-Her rnpthcr, Mrs. J;-A. Barrett,fga%g trie party.- -;Gomes -and dahcing^were diversions,--Lunch %_as served by Mrs^Barfctt,' who'5vos_as- sisted ·Sy'-lver-^laughfer, M»i -David Foltz "and^moQiVfr - Mrs." "Louida Jor.es. Morion was presented with . a lovely-cake covered with -white frosting and fourteen lighted candles, and lovely gills. Thu day was also 'the .'anniversary of Mrs. Barrett's birth. . . . . WEST LEISENRING GIRL'S MARRIAGE IS ANNOUNCED Miss Ruth Hoflman of West Lcis- cnrlng and Alva C. Allan, Jr., of Hopwood were married Saturday, January 22, at the Methodist Episco- cal Church of Cumberland. Rev. Vernon Ridgely officiated, using the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a black sport frock with silver accessories. Mrs. Allan was graduated from North Union High School and at the present is employed in the Office c£ the secretary of that school. Mr. Allan Is a graduate of the South Union High School, a member of the Class of 1932. For the present Mr. and Mrs. Allan are residing at Hopwood. FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY GIVES BENEFIT PARTY The Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Company gave' a successful party Monday night at the firemen's rooms. Prizes were won by the following: Five- hundred--high, George Durbin; second, Mrs. Harry Klncald; third, Grace Kcslar; · bingo--high, Miss Mary White;'second, Mrs. C. Cock- roll r third, Mrs. W. E. O'Brien; spo- ciarbingo--high, Mrs.'Walter Shcer- lng;'sccond, 'Miss Audrey Shipp; third, Kenneth' Meyers; door--M. H. Ansell:" A dainty lunch was served. :. Will Meet Thursday. ; Girls' Missionary Circle No; C of the Methodist Protestant Church .will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs:" Albert D. Fulmcr in Morrci: avenue, Greenwood. :. J. B. I. Club Thursday.. " The J. B. r. Club 'will meet Thursday-evening at the home of Mrs R. C. Shupe on Murphy street, South Connellsville. Girl Scouts Will Give Father-Daughter Fete A father-daughter banquet will be held by Troop 1, Girl Scout») of the First .Methodist Episcopal Church In March, it was announced Monday evening by the troop captain, Miss Katherine Humphrey. A committee to plan the affair was appointed. It comprises Mary. Carroll, chairman Bcrnicc Smith, Nelda Sivits, Emily Mac Bluebaugh nnd Mary Thomp- j son. The regular troop meeting will be held Thursday "evening at 7 o'clock at Its room In the First-MetlVodis Episcopal Church. Gnlusso of WMBS broadcasting sla- ;ion. ' ; . . · Readings, jjun Sullivan. Piano solo, Miss-Jean Hoover. Vocal trio, Mary Jane, Marjorio and Rebecca Herd. Reading, Ruth Ann Curson. Vocal duet. Join and · Dorothy Osterwlse, \vlth Mrs. Roger 1 Ulcry accompanist. Lunch was served with Jennie Umbel and Elizabeth Norrls presiding at the tea table. They were attired in Colonial costumes. Claire Vernon, also In costume, was nn aide. The kitchen committee comprised Mrs. Harry Tulley, Mrs. E. H. Langford, Miss Margaret Baker, Rcnii Moore and other members of the society. PROTECTED HOME CHICLE WILL MEET WEDNESDAY Tho Protected Home Circle will meet Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at P. H. C. Hall. The meeting will b'e opened by officers of Liberty Cricle in full form. Initiatory will be conferred by the Uniontown degree team. All candidates are urged to attend. Mrs. Maude C. Hobaugh of Uniontown, State deputy, will preside and will Introduce the distinguished guests as follows: Mr. Clarke, state deputy, of West Virginia; W. H. Hobaugh, supervising deputy, of Johnstown; Jesse Hpbaugh, deputy, of Uniontown, and Mrs. Lukcr, deputy, of Donora. A program is scheduled for the evening. The regular meeting will be held Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Junior P. H. C. will meet on the same evening ut 6:30 o'clock. MRS. HENRY COLBERT, TJAWSON WOMAN, FETED In honor of her seventieth birthday.'Mrs. Henry Colbert was feted a a prettily arranged dinner, given Sunday noon at her home at Dawson Included among those present were all ot the honor guest's Icn children who arranged the party. ·The.taWc wns ornamented with three birthday cakes. Iced in white and decorated with "1808" in pink. Mrs. Colber received a number of beautiful gifts Children and other members o the family present were: Mr. am Mrs. Robert Colbert, Mr. nnd Mrs Elmer Gallagher nnd nine children of Dickcrson Run, Mr. and Mrs Hurst Gallagher and three children Mr. ond Mrs. H:irry Colbert an daughter, Dorothy, Mr, and Mrs William Ridenour and daughter Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Col bcrt and daughter, nil of Dawson Mrs. Earl Sluiltz and son, Buddy, o Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Col bert ond three children ond Marti Colbert of Vounsslown, Ohio, Mr and Mrs. Alton Colbert ond sons Charles Henry and Glenn, of Scott dale, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCallum Mr. and Mrs. Edvvnrd Keller PittsburR, Mrs. Robert Gollaghe and children of Dawson, Mr. an Mrs. Eugene Todrow, Mr. and Mr Philip Dye and Mrs. Curte C. Patter son ond son, Curte, Jr., of Connclls villc. Wade Stanford of Youngs town, Ohio, was ti nucst. G. I. A. WILL PLAN FOR UNION MEETING The regular meeting of Merchant Division No. 70, G. I. A. to the B .of L. E., will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock ot Elks Hall. Plans will be made for a union meet- Ing to be held May 24. Unlontown Woman 93. · Mrs. Emily R. Hess, one of Uniontown's oldest residents, observed her ninety-third birthday anniversary Monday. An old fashioned country ham dinner was served at 1 o'clock ut the old homestead, known today as the Deilenbaugh place, nenr Old Frame. A group of intimate friends of Mrs. Hess attended. Mrs. Hess, the former Mary Ann Gans Griffin, is a charter member of Colonel Andrew Lynn Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution of Uniontown. NOVELTY DANCE THURSDAY K V G n K S .11 AM, . . J H X O X I A X S Hours 9 to 1 - D o o r I'rlze S12.SO nnd HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA Uniontown, l'n. TOMORROW NIGHT VISIT BINGO-LAND WEDNESDAY NIGHT ;EAGL'E'S Beautiful BALL-ROOSVi (SO SXAIBS^.TQ-.CMMB.-- EVERY CON VENIEXCK) $25.00 OR MpRE CASH DOOR AWARD Every 1'crson IVho IMrigOS 'iivo or 3I«ro Times Burins; Even Ing AVI11 Ucoeh-o o EXTRA" GRAXJD AWARD CERTIFICATES! Double Cards -- oOc Entitles You to 1'lny 35 Gamr*! _ ONE FKT-.K fi.urr, AT s P. M. CLARADELLG SPRINGER, SOMEKFIELD GIRL, WED Announcement is made of th marriage of Miss Clarabcllc Springe daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Clifior Springer of Somcrfielri, and Fran Crawford Andrews, son ol Mr. on Mrs. Frank Andrews of Uniontow The ceremony took place August 3 1031, at Powhatan, Va, There wcr no attendants. The bride was foi merly employed in the partmcnt ot Sears-Roebuck Uniontown. The bridegroom is n graduate Virginia Military Institute. - Mr. and Mr*. Andrews arc resit inn at Brookville where the forme Is employed by tho . Jntcrnation Harvester Company. \nr\a Daily Becomes .. Bride of Louis White Miss Anna Dally, daughter of Mrs. lien Dally of West f'ayetto street, id Louis While, also of West Fay- tc street, son of the late Mr. and rs. Michael White, were united in arriage this morning at 6:45 o'clock the Immaculate Conception Inirch. Hcv. Henry A. Gclbol, pas- r, ofllciatcd. Owing to the recent oath of the bridegroom's father, the c-ddli:3 was very quiet. The bride was attired in navy blue nd wore a shoulder corsage of sweet ias and roses. Mrs. J. W. Glover, her sister's atron of honor, wore a Copenhagen lue dress with matching accessories nd a shoulder corsage of sweet peas nd roses. James Daily, brother of the bride, ns Mr. White's beat mun. Mr. and Mrs. White will reside at 03 West Fayette street. C. SOCIAL IIALl. SCENE OF SUCCESSFUL PARTV A benoflt card and bingo party, eld Monday night at the social hall f t h e Immaculate Conception Church by groups H. I. J. and K. of \c church, attracted a large crowd, 'he party was a succcss'and enjoyed n every way. Attractive prizes vere won by the following: Bridge--high, T. J. Lieb; second, lenry Dperfler; third, Mrs. Fred S, Dppurmani fourth, Miss Margaret DufTy; high five hundred--Edward Campbell; second. Mrs. A. G. Jlcin; hird, Bculah Btttner »nd Mrs. J. 3. Brady; bingo--high, Mrs.. Minnie Rottler; second, George J, Friedel; hird, Robert Kelly; fourth, Kathelcn 'ockstaller; door--Mrs. Barbara McCleary; special prizes--Miss Margaret Creedon, Mrs. J. II. Llcb. DRAMATIC CLUB HONORS MISS LEVADA MARSHALL The Dramatic Club of the Epworth League of the Greenwood Methodist Church cave n spaghetti dinner Saturday evening at the home of Miss Ethel DeBolt in Tenth street, West Ido, In honor of Miss Lcvada Marshall, director of the recent play given by the league. After the dinner the remainder of the evening was spent at games and dancing. 'rlzes were won by Miss Mary Morris and Harold Kooser. Miss Marshall was presented with a table lamp. Fortresses · j On Return flight j . - - - j BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 22.--Six U. I S. Army --'flying fortresses"- look oft! today for Santiago, Chile, oh"-the first j eg of their return night to the. United States. ; The huge planes left El Palomar air base at 7:22 A. M. (EST.) OPENING DANCE By the Swine Club ELKS BALL ROOM ' Wednesday, Feb. 23rd F/unh 1'atcrru and His .Sophisticated Rhythm Hours 9 to 1. Admission SOe Licensed to Starry. Marriage licenses were issued at Jnlontown to Raymond M. Dailcy of Dunbar and Helen llaienbaker ol -onnellsvillc, John Edward Lcnk of Upper Middletown and Kathcrlnc Mary Haragos of Uniontown. Prank Markish of Fayette City ond Pearl Edwina Darnell of Dunbar. Daughters In Miller Homes. Daughters were born to Miller families at Conncllsville State Hospital. The first girl arrived at 9:45 o'clock Monday night for Mr. and Mra. Thomas Miller of Dunbar and the second at 3:42 o'clock this morn- Ing for Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller of Leisenring No. 1. In Brownsville Hospital. Paul Vancidi of Mount Pleasant was taken to Brownsville General Hospital for treatment of an old injury to his right leg: Farmers'Mi Ik is a better milk, rich in body-building, health-giving properties that mean so much to baby! The most fastidious milk-drinker in the family goes for Farmers' better flavor in a big way! If you aren't using Farmers' now then switch to it today ... it satisfies. Better Milk Costs No More! Phone 880 THE LADY OF THE H O U S E SAYS MY COOKING FASTEST "ELECTRIC RANGE Speeds Up Cooking and Saves Watching Time," Say Users Tasty Pancakes Easy to Bake with an £lecttic EVEN tomperalura 1 Even heat distribution' Baking lonc at jnrt the right speed! " Women who uso their electric roasters ior pancake baking "javo* ' about this juponoj method. It's so simple and easy and the pancakes are simply delicious, Ono woman says "When I belted pancakes on my fuel stove I could bako only two at a time, because the griddle got hot only · in the middle But the gruHl« oi my electric roaster gets h l all over, and I c.\n bake i» many as six at a time " Gel an electric toaitet! It will do so much for you -- bake, iQJst, cook meal*, stew, grill-- and everything tastes bolter! REDDY KILOWATT "Your Willing Servant" COSTS LESS T H A N EVER The average monthly operating cost of an electric range is only about S2 00, but many users cook for even less than thai. * "I prefer the automatic oven-meal service of my electric range. It is convenient, and saves work and watching time." (Mrs. K. L. McMillen, Canonsburg, Pa.) * "I find my electric range much faster than auy other method of cooking." (Mrs. William C. Cochrane, Mi Pleasant, Pa.) * "Electric ranges may have been slow and expensive fo operate years ago, but they are certainly fast and cheap today." (Mrs. Robert R. Reeves, Brownsville, Pa.) * "I not only found my electric much faster than my old stove but the meter reading also showed a surprisingly small increase." (Mrs. Martha B. McGrew, Irwin, Pa.) f Visit the Deltas' Stoics--Set the Htw 1938 Electric Hinges "S i--Seller Looking, Filler ud More Efficient Than Evei! ) lK*jJ^^l»£LB^i»^wyi^gi.J^Jf J.-Wr'J/m^g^ t -/g t B..W:*.^^ ^-L".'*·· · W M,'M ·_' -· ± ^rTW^.lM_ZJ -M^L* · jj..m^ fc-J,- 5s!5iS!3!w5Sffi5^S!§6=^

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