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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAC.F: THE DAILY COURIER, CO WELLSVILLE, PA. SILYLK I ' l I L M K U : CLUB MEETS W I T H .URS. DPLli The i5ih?t Thimble- Club mat yesterday afU riuxju \ v i t h Mrs. Jacob Dull of Bast ['attention avenue. A one o'clock lunt hHn was served by tho hostefcg Sixteen members and one guest wM f o in attendance. The- appointments WTO significant ot Saint Patrick 1 ' Day and were exceptionally (.UL'ITKK LT'B K.EPRKSKVl'KT) Represent ttivas from moirt of the fourteen district*, tiltentixl a. meet ot the South w 4eru O i h t i h t ot the State Fi'itenUiott C Pennsylvania Women j yesterday in the Hotel Schenley, Pittsburg All o! thes«, s«ue hhreo-, it was reported, no\v have their federations The morrtln r session was given over attractive The center of the taWe, m o s y o le i c r s o coun wa« marie iwimtlhil with roses. Favor* P«*idenl B u.id chairman Tn (he ab- ftieen basket*, wac * of M r Ainu B ' DUhner ot Tf "" and were clover ornamental with tmall pipes lontown, who succeeds Mrs. Joseph J. , , , ,,,, , ... . . T . . , Thompson a . president, the report of Hhamroc'cs. and Hll«l with mmtx .Pol- ^ ^ Ue Count Ftde mtion wa s tmvh,p the luncheon tho remainder j gi%en by M , . £ , F Smlth of Unlon . town of tho afternoon w.is given over to fanryworlc and a historical contcot. two pria^a being awarded for the latter amufcement. Mrii. H, F. Tonipkin« waa awarded high prize and Mre. Joseph XUlloR, low. Mrs. Harry Rea- san will ontfrtam the clnb Wednesday afternoon, March 19, at her home In South Eighth street. Greenwood. sens, r. w. LTSIXGER HT,AI OF FIRST M. E. AID SOCIETY The election of officers featured the meeting of the ladles' Aid Society ot the first Methodist Episcopal Church heLd this morning in connection with Church Day at the church. The result was as follows: President, Mrs. C. M. Lysmger; president, Mr«. t. S. Michael; second vice-president, Mns. B. S. Swartzwelder; secretary, Mra. Elmer Sny- ·dor, financial secretary, Mrs. S. L. Miller; treasurer, Mrs. D. H. Horton. Mrs. H, F. Tompkins, the retiring presklent was in charge of the meeting. \ln. Tompkine, who wae serving her fourth year aa president, declined the nomination to serve another ye ir. Following 1 the meecing; lunch wai served to a number of persons In 'addition to m«mbere. J. W. ". PLFH MEETS WITH MRS. C. H. PUSS Mrs. J. W. N. Clnb was delightfully entertained ln*t night by Mrs. C. H. Pllss at her home at East viile. The appointments were significant of Siiint Patrick's Day. The evening was devoted to cards, two tables being called into pUy for the games High prize wae awarded to Mra. John Butler ami second high, to Mrs. John Spitler. A dainty lunch supplemented the games. The next meeting will be held In the home ot Mrs. John Spitlejr of JohnBtxm avenue. UOYJJE IirlMAN SURPItISE» OX IHRTHDAY Charming appointments marked a delightful surprise party jfiwn last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Doyle Hil'.man of Vine street, Conla nonor o£ Mr. Hillmaa's birthday anniversary. Games were the amusemen's of the evening. Out-of- town guphts present were Mr. and Mrs, Kenieth Kussell and Daniel Mosser of Perryopolls, Hilda Raker, «race St -iclder, Vlrguetta Miller, Katold L,ynn, Rosella Jones and Joseph Shallenberger of Vanderbilt, and Russell and Zelia Ijynn of Grindstone. At a late hour a delicious lunch waa served. WORLD DAT OF PRAYER WILL BE OB8ERT1ED The annual -World Day of Prayer for Missions will be observed by the local chur« hes with appropriate services Friday afternoon at the Christian Church. The meeting will begin at 3 o'clock anct will be presided over by Mrs. P«ter R. Weimer, president of the Womai's Missionary Society of the Christian Church. Mrs. W. H. Bergcr will be leader. XKTOJf HILL DEBATERS TO MKKT WESTMINSTER The Seton Hill College debate team will meet a to urn from the Westminster College Friday night at Setc-n Hill. The subject, for the debate is, "He- solved, that the adoption by American coliegea, of the Wisconsin experimental plan would be benetucial to the intellectual development of under- gradual ea." Seton Hill will uphold tho nNo{;ativf,\ Members of 'the Seton Hill toE.m will bo Miss Catherine Cole of Grtonsburg, Miss Margery Stratman and Miss Mary McCann of Pitta- burg. Uoiontown GW "Weds). Mia» Olari Wahler, daug-hter of Mr. and Mrs. C J. Wahler of Uniontowm ^nd Wilbivr Davis, son of Mrs. Sarah DaviH of Innn were nwuried Monday .it the honw of Mrs. Ray Howard of Wayn«etmrp. Rev. Russell Roberta officiated. Tho brldo was a member of the nursing staff of the Unioatown Hospital. The bridegroom Is a member of the State police. The couple will reside in Waynceburg, where Mr. Davis la locited. Phllathea The Philalhea Class of the First Baptist Chir-ch will meet tonight in the home oi Mrs. Glenn A. Cadwallader, 1218 Sycamore street. Margaret Pislier Hostess. The regular monthly meeting of the J. B O. Club will be held this evening .it the homo of Miss Margaret Fisher, First street, South Councils-villa. All members ar« urged to attend. Organized on April 16, 1927, by Mrs. Thompson, fie County Federation began with .in enrollment of five unite From that Uino growth has been steady, luitil today thia number ha* been increased to twenty-one. Mr* W. L. Beusciwr was a delegate from the Woman's Culture Club THIKTY-TWO ATTKNtt C-OLOSIAL CLUB I'OVEKED-IMSM H l l ' P K K The Coloni U Club gave a oovered- dlsh supper 1 ist night at tho home of Misses Minni and Laura More-land at Hickory Bott im. Thirty-two persons, including me nber3 and their families were present, and spent a most enjoyable evening Musical numbers by Minnie Tissue and Mary and Eleanor AnUerson anil u. reading by little George Kelly were well received. The prize for a guessing contest waa won by Mrs Earl Weaver-. A number of amusing stunts, also euchre and five hundred wer* included anscmg the amusements, batur in the evening a covered-dish inpper, served cafeteria style, waa enjoyed. Tb.« next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, March 12, in. the home of Mrs, F. P, Anderson. MRS. W. T. HA1NES ELECTED HEAD OF «JS»IOAK1 SOCIETY The Womat 's Missionary Society of the First Pi osbyterian Church met -e.st«rday alter noon In the- church Mrs. J. L. Pr mdflt conducted tbe dp- votiouals unc Miss Ida Wolfe, was leader of the literary program. The study book, Troni Jerusalem to Jerusalem," was on ducted by Mi*. U. Treher. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows-- President, Mra. W. W. Haincs; second vice-president Mrs. WfHiam Wiahart, treasurer, Mrs D. E. Treher; financial aocretary, Sarah Allen; aecretary of literature Mra. J. Kaynu nd Mestrezat, secretary GLORIFIED CLEAR SKIN A clear, smoot' \, lovely skin enhances persoi al attractiveness I Men adm re it. Women praise and s cre'yly envy. More happines , and friend*, may depend uf on it, \ ·jjie way to th« skin is through the blc ad. Rich, red, healthy blood iourish.es the body and aids in protecting it against infec tion and disease. When yon t ike S.S.S. to get rid of these outside b emishes you are bu Iding up the system to ward off graver diseases. If you are one of the embarrassed-and men are not exceptions--with skin blemishes that linger, and sometimes leave scars, you will ·want to possess body power to clear up your skin. S.S.8. wilt help Nature give you ·this power. Internal healthfulness will then reflect in your skin a natural loveliness--a skin glorified. 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John L'lwery was hostess at a delightful m- etini; of the Jolly Friend-s Club H'ednesday aifternoon at her home in S mth Cortnellsville. All members were present. Guests of th« club were Mrs Samuel Witt and Mrs. A. E. Lowery. One new member, Mrs. Carl W. Gefin n, was received. Following the business meeting thp remainder of th ^ aJfternoon was given over to fancyv. -nrk. The hostess served a dainty lunch She was assisted by Mrs. Samuel AVitt. Mra. John While will entertain 'he club Wednesday afternoon, March 19, at her home !u South Connollf rill«. MRS. C. IU «» \FT GIVEN PAST PRESIDENT'S PIff The regular meeting of the Juad1«?s Auxiliary of P.Uriarc2i Militant* wan held laat night in Odd Pellow«' Temple, at which time Mra. Charley H. Graft, was pr«ented with a pa president's jewol by Mrs. Charlotte Shaffer, the piesiding president, and Mrs. John Bodeoheimor, socertary All present voted a good time, after which the meeting adjourned. The next session will March 19. iield Wedm««dny night, MRS. WILLIAM GRIEVES HOSTESS TO CLJ7B The. M. E. C Fancyrrorli Club mot Tuesday night in the homo of Mrs. William GrleviH of South ConnellB- ville. The draw prize was won by Mrs. Earl Durbin. Pancywork was enjoyed. At the clo»e of the business session the hostoss servied ;i delicious lunch. EJight members and four gu-osts were present. The next rnoeting will be held at the lome of Mra. Ben Lincoln. Dance for SFewlywcds. Mr. and Mra. T. J. Gliaan entertained recently at « dance- at thir home at Markleysbur? In honor of their .son and daughter-in-law, Mr. iwwl Mn-. Roihort Giisan, ^rhose marriage was a recent event. Mrs. Ollsan waa formerly Miss Margaret Wlltrout of L^is- onrlng, I. C. K. Meeting. The Intermwliate Chrietian Endeavor Society of the First MethodUst Protestant Churi h w i l l hold its regu- .ar business and 'social meeting tonight In the church. Carrie Keiiyon Auxiliary. Th« Carrie Keayoa Auxiliary to tho FIKE JIDJIDRED AM) BllIDGE IMRTY AT ST. RITA'S H A L L Thirty-live tables were in play at a flvo hundred and bridge party given at St, RIU'.s Hall liy the Sodality of Our Lady of Mount Carmel The door prize waa won by Mr-i A. V, Corrado. The head priiw at fivo hundred wont to Mrs. Paul Herman Other live hundred winners were Mist) Ixui«e Kulli, ,Misa Wollte'g, Mrs. li. B. Brown, C. Eluah, MSiW Lucy Smith, Mrs Susie Tuzsio, Mrs. B a r n h n r t , Angrlo Ba«- Uono, PUil Mongell, Henry RulH. At bridge head prizt* was awarded to "SVllilam R. Duncan Other winnore u-ere Mrs. J. V. Connoli, Miss France* Bolsson, Dr. B. F. KltaQernld, Henry Oppmtin suid N'i h o l n x Boll Lunch waa served. The next party will he the Monday .iTter EitiBtoT. EXECUTIVE CO SI WITT BE OF VEDEIUTKD CLUOH TO MEET A meeting of the executive committee ot the F.iyotte County Federation of TVoiiH'u'a Clnba and all pr-eM- dents of th-o ilube affUl.Uwl with th« f-»tlerat!on will be heki Saturday afternoon, March 15, at 2:30 o'clock at t^ie White Swan Hotel, TTniontown, at v l i l c h time jilaiift will be mat« for the s p i i n g meeting in A p r i l iit Star Junction. Laid Commiii list Plan Philip Freeman Freeman Chapter of the Da.ughtc.rfi of Am«ri an Revolution n.et Wednesday afternoon at the Car- nagia Fi^ee JLlbrary, v. Ith the regent, Mrs. Mary Gibson, iu charge. It wus ii"geI that all listen to tho «or!e« of Ulke to be broadcast each Thursday n ght at 7.30 to S o'clock from Station WEAF and WRC Vy lh« Nationa Daughters of tho American Uovolu tion. Mrs. KatharSm- Tlooper hac cl arge of tho progr?im in the abflenc ol Mrs Joaephino Wllltams. Mrs. Marj MInnte save a talk on Kilts Ilitttd. F. of F. W. Flirty. The Walter K. Brown Po»t, Velerann of Foreign Wars, will hold one of a series of benefit card purtfrfl tonigh In th« cluh rooms, North Plttetmrg stiNaet. l^-lzes for flvo hundred wll be- awardc»d. There will alaso bo i door prize. The Ladles' Auxiliary wl] servo Innch Williwn Z. Forter, 1* der of th« Communiit party in the United Stateif, and head of the Trad* Union Unity letgm, directed plan* far CammunUt demonstm- Uona, The Outlook ('Ini Med.s. Outlook Cluh will beycnt(«r- taincd Mondny afternoon by Miss Ida Wolfe at her home la East Grec-a street. C, E. Meeting. The monthly businc^rf a.nd social meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society of th« First United Brethren Church will bo hold Friday in ihe church. Vflth Mrs. Bran hear. Mrs. Mary Brashear will entertain the Greenwood Fancy-work Oltib Saturday afternoon at her ,home in Trump avenue. Postponed. The regular meeting of the P !lub, which wae fo have been hold Friday night, has been postponed uni ill Tuesday night of next wek, owing ;o a death in the family of MI-H. TSdith Duueton, the hostess. Star Junction Child Dead P/dith Pearl Wingard, nine yearn, old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- John Win- Word of Star Junction, died at tha Woman's Foreign Mlaeionary Society home there on Tuesday evening. In of tho First' \Iethodist Episcopal I ad'dttiou to the parents, tho following Church will me t tonight o'clock at the church. at 7:30 orotheys and sisters ourvlvc, William, Irritating Rashes- Those raaheg which stln ff , born, itch and cause sleepless hours are quickly relieved by Resinol. The itching is often stopped at once and the skin soothed by thir healing ointment used by thousands with almost startling: snccess. Resinol Soap not only aids in treating skin disorder,, but its daily use for toilet and bath is unexcelled for keeping the skin clear and youthful. Resino] FREE umplo ol a«eh.Wr««Raa. inol, D.p». 10O, B.himor. Md Samuel, GxrBo and John and Mrs Leroy Johnson of Arnold, and Mary and .'ano at home. Funeral service was held at the at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Interment was in Mount Olive Cemetery. Concert, J. L. Proujpflt Class of the Ffrgt Pres'syterian Church will present Mrs. .T. Montgomery DOworth, organist-accompanist; Miss Sally S. Hor- nri, soprano; Mrs. f^eona Morey Davi^, contralto; Miss Puulln Hornbach, Yialinist; Miss Lola Hodil, reader, Ir concert Friday, March 7, at 8:13 In t AC First Presbyterian Church Admission 50 cents--Advertisement --Uuuar-lt. FRANK JAG10LKA OF SMOCK DII SAT UNIONTOWN HOSPITAL Frank Jwpiollca, 48 y *r« old, of Smock died today at th Uniontovrn Hobpltal from a compile .tion ot dl*- eanes. He waa a son of tho l*te Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jagioika, H« U »ur- 'vlved by a aistar, Mrs. H. rry Lmno of Connellsvilld, and flro bi ithera, Alex of'Connollsville, Potcr c; Plttsburg, Victor of MeadviUe, Jos« ih of Sontli ConnellB\"ill8 and Louis o Smock, He was unmarried. Tho body will l* brou *t here tomorrow morning and u kux to tho homeVof t h a slater. In £ araugertown road, with Funeral Dim -JOT William A. McNanamy In chorga. 3T1MSON SEEJ GOOD RESt LTS FROM PARLEY By United PTWJ , LONDON, Marptj 6.---S njr«Ury of State Henry Ij. Stnnaon, ar from regarding the London Naval Conference a Catluro, tore«ees a redi ctton of at least 200,000 tons in th* Ar erican fleet and «ven greater curtailm- -ut ot Great Britain's naval forftes. In a statemont made r ihlic today the ohtef of tho Am«ricar delegation vigorously disputed "|m impreiialon that work of the America? delegation is likely to increase- instea 1 of reduce the tonnage o£ the navii d of the world." i "The surest way to an wer that," said SUnnson, "la to give* t, :ch results as beem to bo within reach to date." RRONCHIHS ^J ^^ chaat thoroujnly* ith-- urn MILLION JARS USE ) YEARLY PEGGY'B Beauty Shcppe 157 West Crawford Ave. Realistic Permanent Wave Uiyen for Two Weefe i Only For $5.00 Phone 1319 I'HUKSJJA*, MAKUtt o, J.JNW. A YOUR DOCTOR KNOWS When you feol JII the best policy Is to get in touch with the doctor at once. Quite frequently a single loes of medicine will put you back on your feet. In ca.se you need a prescription filled, send it to UN; Our 8to«k of chemicals is complete and we use the utmost care in mixlnjr drugs. Al! prescriptions are triple checked. 60c Mulsified Cocoanut Oil Shampoo 45c 25c Feenamints 19c 60c Pertussin Cough Syrup 45c 85c Kruschen Salts 75c 50c Lavori* 35c to $5 French and Italian Briar Pipes off $1.00 World's Ton c 79c Connellsville Company 124 West Crawford Ave., Open All Day Every Sunday ConpelUville, Pa. 15 WORDS THAT TELL YOU MORE ABOUT A REFRfCERXKMI IOOO claims OF THE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF OWNERS HAS PAID A CENT FOR SERVICE That i« tfce amaiing record of G«a«ral Electric Refrigcrmton--· record ot economy ·ad edmcj nude paMtble bj M§ mebmtn Gooerml Electrie fcatare--the Kemnttoaliy ·«aled pwmamauily oiicd mechaoutn on top. Gooetal Ekwtrie mecfaaninn ia ao tidily ·emled that dntt and moisture, nut and IroobU an foreror abut ootaide. Inomdibly opention U aaannd. Yoor coat of opanbow ia ot to bet * few eeau a day. And ot th* hondrada of thinnan^t at owurri mot on* baa paid a cent lor aerrice. Think of thjaraeoid when yon fruyf Come in and see owr ntaay attractive all-Me«l modda--and let w tell yam ·boot oar anrpriciacty «uy t«rma. Join iu in the General Electrie Hour, brood- coil every Saturday at9P.M, t Etut*rnStandard Tim*, over a n*lwn-uide JV. B. C'. network. GENERAL W' ELECTRIC REVRMSERATOtt YOUGH ELECTRIC CO. 105 South Plttsburg Street. Phone 1243 A55SOCIATIJ DEALERS Behanna fcwan J. I. Dick Co. The 8. P. Zimerman t'o. Connellsrille, Pa. Scottdale, Pa. Mk Pleasant, Pa. MISS ROBERTA WADDING DIES AT HAZELWOOD Miss Roberta Wadding, 18 year.i old, daughter of Boyd and Margaret Gause Warding, former residents of Connells-ville, died Wednesday at her homo at Second avenue, Haxolwood, Pittburg, from complication*). Miss Wadding was born in Con- ueilsville and when bin an inCo.nt, her parents move to Haw iwood. In addition to her parents, two hrotheis, Frank and William of tlazuiwoort, and one sister, Marjorie, at home, survive. She was a cousin of Mi s. Rqy Halfhill of 142 North Iflighth K t i o c t , West Side, The hody will h b - o u g h l to Clon- ueilbviile by Funeral Dir^ctoi W. A. McNanamy and later removed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Halfhill on the West Side where th« sorvice -win In; conducted at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Interment will ba made iii Hill Grove Cemetery. Homes i Everyday you will flud hornet mad borne sitna advertised la our tied columns--reui tluun

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