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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEIVRTJARY 23, 1938. c /. B. P. W. Observes Internatiptfal Relations Month With Mock Trial - A mock trial, "Who Is Guilty in "Asia, China-or Japan?" provided in- "structive ' and novel".: entertainment lor members of the Business and .Professional Women's Club who at"-tended the semi-monthly meeting -Tuesday night at the West i Penn .Terminal." The unusual program was '.in charge" of "the international relations committee, composed of Miss -Viola Paisley, chairman, and Miss :Olga Tomaska, assisted by Mrs. -Dorothy E. Griffin, and much time Tind energy were_ spent in its de- -vclopment. Miss Paisley conceived "the idea of "the trial arid "every mem-" _ber of the cast worked out her own -part. :~ "Wearing a black robe, and a -Colonial wig,-Mrs. John M. Young, 'presided'with dignity as the "judge. -Mrs. Griffin, counsel for China, Mrs. rLync'-R."-Scott, counsel lor Japan, ^and every .other member of the cast ^wcrc -splendid in.' their respective -roles. --. ._ .Miss Bertha Cunningham arranged _thc i.-ourt procedure.- -- ~ Â· -- Taking place in a -typical court H-oora" setting, the-trlalTwas realistic -and many interesting "and education-al lacts'concernlng Japan and China -"were ."Brought out by the witnesses, "Ot'.ior members of tho cast'were: ~ :Clerk, Miss-Berthn Cunningham. ^ "Court crier, Miss Sylvia Sullivan. ;Â· Hcprcsentative for China, Miss ^Martha Kauflman. ; ~ .Representative for. Japan,, Miss -Jessie Brooks. :.: China's witnesses--Soviet Union Miss Tomaska; United States, Miss "Xetta Dull; League of Nations, .Miss Rose Doncgan. .: Jurors were Miss Agnes Nemon Miss Sara Adams and Miss.LouIst .Painter.. Mrs. Prince M. Stone anc Mrs. A. E. VanNatta were challenged. " ".Character witnesses were". Mlas ".Violet Hussey and Miss Grace Ad? .tarns. .__;.. . ',," . Â· " . V. Thc "summations "before thc jury D. A. R. Honors Washington and Lincoln; W. L Lewis Guest Speaker at Luncheon Sued by Sister ^.L.Zimnierinans, :- : East" C^nhellsville : '..' " Married 50 "Years "A well-known East Connellsville couple, Mn and Mrs. C. L. Zimmerman, had .the happy privilege ot celebrating their golden wedding anniversary Saturday nt their home. Many.friends of the bride and bride- grooncof fifty, years _nEo..called.-at (heir home to extend congratulations. In thc evening all of the children, together with many friends, assembled to assist in celebrating the happy event. Music_was furnished by Jennie Eicher arid -Matthew Dainton, accompanied " by Charles Eicher, after which nil "-joined" in singing Mr. Zimmerman's favorite hymn, "Thc Old-Rugged Cross." and Mrs. Zimmerman's favorite, "When thc Curtains Are Lifted." Games were enjoyed. A delicious lunch followed. Mrs. C. M. Dainton of Beaver Falls' baked a beautiful wedding cake which-was adorned with a miniature bride.and bridegroom. The honored couple received many Rifts, among them beinR'an" easy chair, presented to them by "their children and'closc relatives. Ida" Mae Coughcnour - and C. L. Zimmerman of Mount Olive were married on February 19, 1888, at Murphy Siding by Squire A. S. Murphy, nnd have spent all of their lives in and around this community. Present nt the anniversary celebration were Eugene Tnylor of Clcvcland,-Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dainton and daughter, Martha Mac, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hutchcrii of Beaver Falls; Mr. and- Mrs. Jake Conn and son, Frankv Mr. and Mrs. Roy Halfhill and family of Point Marion, Edward Thomas of Uniontown, Mrs. Maggie Ulciy of Mount .Eicher and Miss :by the "counsel for each, also - t h c j tcharge "to.'the jury by the judge.-.--. " Plans ."were" announced by 'Mrs; "Dorothy E. Griffin, chairman, for the ;.town*s'.business banquet ~to be ."given. ".Tuesday '.evening, March" 8, at 6 ..o'clock at the dmingraom of Trinity ILutheran Church. A special feaurc ".'of the banquet will be a panel dls- 'cussion at which time guests representing the business, social and cultural activities ot Connellsville will "give short'talks concerning thc outlook "for"the city in these fields, of service clubs have been jnvited,.as well as members of thc rBusincss and Professional Clubs In ^District 3. . Miss Margaret Ritenour Cot Uniontown, State president of the -Business and Professional Women's '"Club, win bo among thc guests. "Banquet reservations arc to be made -with Mrs. A, E. VanNatta, telephone, ."1434-R. - - ' ' Â·z Mrs. John F. Buck, president, was 'Jn charge ot the business session and "announced that the club' had been invited to an open house program -at thc -central office Bell Telephone in East Crawford avenue. Club members accepted thc Invitation. One group will attend in a body on Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock and tho other on Friday evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Members who were not "present at the meeting nnd who desire to accompany cither one of the groups are to get In touch with Mrs. icher'.of Scottdale, Mr. and Charles JVclmcr, Mr. and Mrs. Coughenour ~ nnd daughter, Thelma, nnd Mr. and Mrs. James Morgart of Connellsville, Leroy nnd Ray 'Zimmerman, Mr." and Mrs Walter Zimmerman and son, Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weimer, all ot East End. Buck this evening, "number is 2111-J. Her telephone -MRS. LOUISE REYNOLDS ^ SURPRISES LUTHERAN MEN ~ The ^. social room ot , .Trinity .'Lutheran Church was filled .'With ;jncmbers and friends of the Men 1 ! -.Bible Class and Brotherhood Monday "evening, the occasion being thÂ« -.monthly meeting of the organization. ' The president, Melvin Keller, pre: sided. - ..- --J._:.L .. The devotions comprised singing "of gospel hymns and Scripture read- ring byjiRalph' Snyder, ""The United 1.utheran~Brotherhood Service," and "prayer by John S._ Snyder. _ pamphlet on. daily, devotions for Lent, _:entitled:"Kceping Lent," will bc'dis- . tributed at the. church services next Sunday.""- - It is .to be used "by the "members' of the church. ~ Miniature gold crosses . .will be "given by~the men of this organiza- .aibn to-each member of tho catechetical class when confirmed on Palm " Sunday. -" '- Charles Anderson, chairman of the Boy Scout committee, gave an en- "couraging report of the new troop "in progress. Oher business and rc- " ports showed real Interest in th; J- organization as a whole. Â· The topic", of the program was ""What -Would We Do Without Wb- "mcn?" "Harvey Silcox gave the In- Â· troduction, after which the men were given a great surprise- when Mrs. -Louise M. Reynolds, who for five "years served the church as parish ^worker,-was presented at tho guest -speaker. As Mrs. Reynolds came JJnto the room the men stood and -welcomed her with hearty applause. "In her usual gracious manner, she "gave a splendid talk on "Tolerance -"to Others."' In behalf "of their fel- " low-members, several of the men expressed the sentiment of the class -in its appreciation of the delightful occasion. NOVELTY DANCE THURSDAY EAGLES HALL DIXOXUNS Hours D to 1 Door Prlie J1S.SO Witli W. L. Lewis, n member of the High School faculty, as guest speaker, Philip Freeman Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution gave a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon at thc chapter's loom at the Carnegie Free Library in honor of the birthdays ot George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Places for forty were laid. The program opened with singing "America," followed by thc salute to the Flag. The next period was given over to Mr. Lewis' interesting and instructive address, lie told of the life ot Washington as related to Western Pennsylvania and ot his various trips in 1754, 1755, 1758, 1770 and finally in 178-1 when he last visited Perryopoli.s- where he operated Washington's Mill with slave labor. Mrs. Milton D: Williams, n member of the chapter, very ably reviewed -"The Perfect Tribute," by Mnry Raymond Shipman Andrews, nnd which concerns thc writing, reception and reaction of thc people iftcr Lincoln made hK famous address at Gettysburg. Mrs. Paul II. Bcichlcy, also ufflli- -\tcd with the chapter, nrr.-nccd n delightful musical program. It was: Piano solos, "To Spring," Greig, and Murmuring Zephyrs," Jensc.V, Mrs. MerriU'L. Cadwcll; vocal solo, "Grny Days," Mrs. Pnul Jackson; singing, Battle Hymn of the Republic," with Mrs. BeighU-y nt the piano. The prettily arranged luncheon was served by the ways and means committee composed of Mrs. Thomas G. McLcllan, Mrs. C. E. Musgrave, Mrs. Edward Beard, Mrs. Samuel L. Balslcy and Mrs. J. O. Morton. Out-of-town eucsts included Mrs, Russell Myers, a member of Phoebe Boird Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolutions of Gettysburg, and Mrs. Ronald Enrlc of near Van- dcrbilt. CHRISTIAN" FIRST YEAR SENIOR GIRLS GIVE TEA The first year senior clajn of the i aw.irded to Miss Ann Rankin, M.iss First Christian Church, under thc IIelc! McCoy and Miss Margaret direction of Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwcll, gave a tea Sunday afternoon nt thc Battling a'gnliut Mrs. Berthn McDevitt (nbovc) in Boston, Muss., court. Is her sister, Mrs. Ada Cuy- cttc, oÂ£ Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. Guyotto charjrca her aistor stole tho lovo of her husband, nnd demands $100,000 damages. (Centra I Prea) Washington's Birthday- Observed by Gradales The Grndnlc Sorority observed Washington's Birthdny with n de- llRhtful party Tuesday nisht nt th auditorium of the B. O. Y. M. C. A. The affair. In charge of n committee composed of Miss F.%-clyn Murphy, chairman, Mrs. William Fornwalt, Miss Jane Lnnaberry and Miss Minerva KcfTer, was perfectly nr- rnnued and wns attended by thirty- seven members and Kuests. Games wcj^e phiycd, prizes beinff Forward Class Members,';Mrs. Fred Opperman ; H. \^/. Byrne, Assistant Guests Enjoy Banquet ~' Places for twenty-three members nnd (our guests were mid at the annual banquet of the Forward Class of the Greenwood Methoditt Eplsco- ia\ Church held Thurtday nifilit at f JLA W . A * V^W* %rfr u/ IS V..* J\ A 4 I A . 1 I -- / -- ' /~i. D i r Â· 'District Attorney, Weds (jives book Review i | f \ i i /oi i ' A.IS slant District Attorney Harry kJlltlOOk L-IUD W. BJ-i-ne revealed today his marriage to Nellie Florence Livingood, owner of Nellie's Jnn on Route 40. Mond;iy nftej'noon at the the home of Mrs. Una Morris in hom(! ol Ml .. A A c , arko i|t Noi : lh South Ninth street. Greenwood. Thu deliciously prepared menu consisted of turkey with all the trimmings. Appointments were symbolic of Washington's Birthdny nnd were lovely in every detail. The tables were centered with red tulips and carnations. Concealed in the favors, Thu miniature red, hatchets, were the sisters' white and blue names of the for thc coming dinner, Mrs. John ceremony toik place Friday, street, thc Outlook Club, February 18. at Cumberland, hud us its sucst speaker, Mrs. Fred' Tnc bridegroom s home a S. Opperman, who Rave an interest- j Evcrson. ing book review. The topic for the nt afternoon was "Literature" and Mrs. Opperman reviewed "Katrina," :i de- ' Second Child in Orr Home. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. book that restores one's fait'i in 'Forward year. After thc Sohpnage, president, conducted the I human' mVturc7faith' in'The novelist business meeting, at Uic close of | because she produced a novel which "Forward histcr.s" for thc past clean and radiant, and because year were revealed ;md each received , . - , - . , _ . , , . lightful Scandnnavian story by o Jamcs Orr oÂ£ Huntington, W. Va., Scandannv.,m writer, Sally Salm.nen, Monday morning at a Huntington Tho story deals with the simple peo- hosplto i. The new arrival is the first pie on the Aland Islands, inhabited i0n nnd sccon d child in the family. by small farmers and sailor folks. Ml . s On . w jn be remembered as Miss Th s c a Â« : r ' d e s c r l b o d "Kntrinn" as Elcimor Hyatt, daughter of Mr. and ------ c Gould' C ' Gould in Wills road. a gift. Games were conducted by Mrs. Ernest Mistlebaucr. Prizes were won by Mrs. Mclvln Arn, Mrs. Walter Jones and Mrs. Ray Ellcnbcrgcr. The committee in charge wns composed of Mrs. Albert Jones, Mrs. Mistlebauer, Mrs. J. L. Cypher, Mrs. W. E. DcBolt, Mrs. Sohonage nnd Mrs. Morris. Gueits were Mrs. John Bixler of Dunbar, Mrs. John Arn, Mrs. Howard Clark and Miss Mary Morris. Will Meet .Thursday. The East Liberty Fancywork Club will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Jesse Pratt of Liberty. Son Born to n. II. Vance*. A nine-pound son, the first child in the family, was born Tuesday morning at 10:24 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Vance of North Pittsburg street, at the home of Mrs. Vance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichorn at Frostburg, Md. The baby, the first grandchild of Mrs. M. K. Vance of North Pittsburg street, has been named Daniel James Gaylcn. Mrs. Vance is the former Miss Mildred Eichorn of Frostburg. Vernon. A cafeteria lunch in keeping with thc senson was served. Two long tables wore centered with 11 Class. Entertainment was n panto- I fTM" trunk ot n cherry tree with Â« And the Light Went Out." hatchet In the center. Candles, carry- DeVeer ' *Â· pntriotic colors, in crystal church in honor of tho Phtlathca mime, holders motif. thc Characters wore: Mrs. mother of Kathleen Bnrnev, Evelyn, her daughter, Norma Jenn Showman; Herbert Vnndersiice. the villain, Geraldine Gt-iRcr: Ralph Grayson, thc lover, Bcsyle Shcely; reader, Dorothy Frrcmnn. Sound effects were produced by Kuby Adams. A -- delicious lunch of cookies and candy, Rue.it at thc regular meeting of Troop MINERVA KEFFER WILL BE GUEST OF GIKL SCOUTS Miss Minerva Keffcr, Â» member of tho Girl Scout Council, will be was served. Mrs. William Percy poured tea. This was thc sccond tea thf girls 4, Girl Scouts, of the First Presbyterian Church next Tuesday, it was announced by thc captain, Kiss ton Class. MEET WITH. PRESIDENT The Phllathea Class of the First i Christian Church met Tuesday evening at the home ot Mrs, George Percy in Johnston avenue. Devotionals were in charge of Mrs. J. B. Kerns. Mrs. Percy, president, conducted the business session and named a nominating committee composed of Mrs. Helen Brooks, Mrs. Omer Matthews nnd Mrs. Lewis Scolntck, to select officers for the coming year. A report will be submitted at thc meeting and thc election will follow, "Sunshine sisters" will also be revealed at thc March meeting. The business session closed with prayer by Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwell. A social meeting was featured with an interesting game'in keeping with Washington's Birthday and In charge of Miss Bculnh Gilmorc. Thc prize was won by Mrs, Wlllard Pierce. Lunch" was served by the committee comprising Mrs. Dewey Flynn, Mrs. Ross W. Showman, Mrs. James Charlesworth and Mrs. Percy. The place for-the next meeting will be announced. CARD AND BINGO PARTY .. _ ^ GIVEN AT LEISENRING A committee from Vandcrbilt, Juniata and Monarch had charge ol tho sccond ot a series ot card and bingo parties, given at thc Greek Catholic Church hall at Lcisenring, proceeds to be for the church. The party attracted a -large- crowd and after'the games lunch.was served. - "Prizes-were won"b"y-tbe following: Five hundrc^Mrs^-Mary McQuade, Steve "Hazuda",- "Mrs" J,~ Doyle and Mrs.--Settk"6; bingo^-Anthony Dershaw, Emily Dzmura,~Frank Bancy and- Mrs. H."' Derov;- door--Mrs. Waltrc Turek. Thc third of the scries will be supervised Â· by- committees from Connellsville and"Dunbar. DANCING FOLLOWS JWEETING OF FRIENDSHIP TEMPLE A well attended meeting of Friendship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters, was held Monday evening in Elks Hall. Routine business wns transacted, after which square dancing, to music by tho Pleasant Valley Ramblers, was enjoyed.- Earl Jotters called figures. Door prizes were -won by Miss Shirley Jeflots of Brookvale and "Edward Lynch of Moyer. ,' - 1V1I1 Meet Thursday. " Girls' Missionary Circle No. 5 ot the First Methodist Church will meet Thursday night at the home of Miss Lois Benford, 317 South Ninth street, West Side. Thc time is 7:30. gave for members of thc church, thc I Marthn Driscoll at thc meeting Tucs- first one honoring thc Mr.rtha Nor- I dav evening. Barbara Humphrey led thc opening exercises with Mrrtha Miller nnd Mary Hannah Martz as color guards. Handicraft project-! were discussed. j-/uuKii"--i? Â«ji iinicm.-.!, *wii inwt. Each scout is requested to bring one Thursday evening nt Odd Fellows or two small bottles to the next D. of A. to Meet. Magic Sister Council, No. 103, or* of America, will meet the central character of thc novel is an outstanding model of phvsical and. moral courage In adverse circumstances. Following thc review there | was a general discussion of "Katrina" j and other outstanding books. At the close ot the program the j hostess served a dainty lunch, ap-' pointmcnts being in keeping with Washington's Birthday. ' Thc next meeting will be held' Monday afternoon, March 14, at thc home of Mrs. W. H. Helrick in East! Patterson avcnuo SHE K N O W S IT'S N E C E S S A R Y TO KEEP ARMPITS DRY aÂ» w.ll 01 ODORLESS XOXOKROW SIGHT -THURSDAY- ESks' Bingo One l)oor Trize: 4 TON CO A I, AM) A 14-HOUSD HAM geer nnd Better All thc 'fimo! New Cream Deodorant Safely Stops Under-arm Perspiration 1. Does not rot drosses-- does not Irritate .cktn. 2. No waiting to dry. 3. Can be used right oftor shaving. 4. Stops perspiration 1 to 3 days. White, groasoleaa, vanishing croara. JRRED 39c a lor al drug and dtparlmtnt Temple, South Pltt-sburg street. After the meeting members will play penny bingo. Will Meet Thursday. The Woman's Missionary Society of thc First Evangelical Church of South Connellsville will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Harry Mahancy. 0. R. C. Auxiliary to Meet. Coke Queen Lodge, Ladles' Auxiliary to the B. ot L. F. nnd E., will meet Thursdny evening nt 7:30 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. With Mrs. Elmer Watkins. The M. L. Fancywork Club will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Elmer Watldns at South Connellsville. meeting. Ecch patrol nnd various j members of the troop are planning to mnkc scrap books. They arc requested to commence gathering material. Songs were sung and n new one entitled "Little Sir Echo," was learned. Thc meeting closed by forming the friendship circle and singing taps. OPENING DANCE By the Swlnfr Club ELKS'BALL KOOM Wednesday, Feb. 23rd Frank Palcrra and Ills Sophisticated Rhythm Hours 9 to 1. Admission SOc MEN LOVE GIRLS WITH PEP If roa aw pÂ»ppy and full ot (un, ratn will In- Tit. you to dinro ind putln. BUT, It you Â«lÂ» crom, lllrfra. ,na tired, men won't bo Intrnvtrd. Men don't like "quiet" clrli. For threq gcncRtlons one woman b.-u told rather how to r "imilitiir throuch" with l.ydlÂ« E. 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