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1'ALrlS TWO. j'FTE DAILT COURIER. CONNEIXSVTLUE. PA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939. T. G. Gardner Is Tendered Surprise On 82nd Birthday By LYNNE B. KINCELL Mrs. J. M. Harwitz, Regional- Hadassah President, Speaks Before Jewish Council The March meeting ol the Con- ncllsvillc section of the Council of Jewish Y/omen was held Wednescla afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Abe i Chmn in Wills road. Each member | and guest took a pair of pillow cases to the meeting, oil of which will be donated to Hadassah. The president, Mrs. Gerhart M. Horowitz, piesided over a short business session, hearing the reports fiom cacti committee. A fine musical program was given as follows: solo, "Hop Lee, the Ricksha Man," by Lockarl, "Yesterday and Today," by Spross, Mrs. Alice Small Martz of Scottdale, accompanied by Mrs. Louis Shrallow; musical monologue, "A Bundle of Letters," Mrs. S. D. Braemer, accompanied by Mrs. Shrallow; violin duet, "Slavoic Dance No. 1," by Anton Dvorak, Miss Lois Benford and Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens Hazen,' the'cluTrch.' The regular business accompanied by Miss Jean Hoover. meeting followed, the president, Mrs. Thomas 0. Gardner, one of Con- neHsMillc's leading citizens, and manager of the Fayette Realty Company, iv as 82 years "young" today. Dunng the morning he was pleasant- ly.sarprJsocl when his office force, Mis. ChaUes Baldwin and Van Dyke Humbert, planned an informal party, ssiving leireshmenti, cake and ice cieam. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Baldwin. Others present included H G. Baird, whose office adjoins Mr. Gardners, Pharmacist Glenn Rush and Walter F. Driscoll, a member of the reportorial blaft ol The Courier. Mr, Gardner opened and read many birthday cards, received from friends. Mr. Gardner was born March 10, 1857, at McKeesport and has resided in Connellarille for many years. He has a host of friends in the community, all ol whom join in wishing him many more happy birthdays. When it was recalled this morning that his NOMINATING COMMITTEE IS birlhd.iy falls on the date thai Alex- NAMED AT CLASS MEETING ( ander Bell sent his first telephonic Mis. W. O. Palmer had charge of j message, Mr. Gardner said that at Isabella Humphrey Chairman of Party Miss Isabellc Humphrey of Gallatin avenue is general chairman of a party to be given Saturday night in honor of the newly elected officers of the Horn? Economics Club of Scton Hill College. The fete will be held in the practice house on the college campus with members of the home economics facully and the club hostesses. the devobonnU at the Maich meeting of the E. B. Mai tin Bible Class of the First Baptist Church, held grams. Thursday night at the class room of that tirre and for some time prior he was a messenger boy, delivciing tele- The guest speaker was Mrs. J. M. Hurwitz, regional president of Hadassah' ot the tri-state area. She gave an inspiring talk on "Hadassah." Officers of the. organization were hostesses. Mrs. G..M. Horowitz and Mrs. M. M. Synder, the latter a past- president, poured.".The table was' decorated with a unique centerpiece nrranged by Mrs. A. I. Daniels, chairman oC the program committee. It was a sprinkling can, representing 5 tree in a yard ot grass, blooming with" branches of miniature pillowcases. There was a fine attendance of members and guests from Pittsburgh, Bcottdale and Mount Pleasant. Vera Long, piesiding. Miss Betty Workman .gnve the report of the treasurer.- The visiting committee reported several members on the sick list. Plans for the betterment of the clasE"were made. A nominating committee comprising Mrs. P. W. Dragoo, Mrs. W. O Palmer and Miss Betty Workman, was appointed. A social hour followed, Chinese checkers being the diversion. Hostesses-were Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. H. D. Shearer and Mrs* Rugg. Mrs. Davis, assisted by Mrs. G. A" Sour'd, served refreshments. Two guests were present. M. E. MISSIONERS HOLD JOINT MEETING AT CHURCH A joint meeting of tho Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary So-' ciety of the First Methodist Episcopal Church was held Thursday afternoon at the church with the last named society holding the first meeting. Mrs. W. S. Behanna, president, presided and conducted the devotionals. Mrs. W. G. Davis had charge of the study book, "Moving Millions," and gave a most interesting and compre-" hensive review of "The Untouchables ot India." Mrs. J. B. Davis, corresponding secretary, read a letter from the district secretary, Mrs. Sara Erhard of South Brownsville, telling of the spring meeting to be held Wednesday, March 15, at the First Methodist Episcopal Church at McKeesport. The morning session will begin at 10.30 and afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The afternoon speaker lor this meeting will be Bishop Chigam- MY-TE GOOD CLUB ELECTS MRS. W. F. HERWICK HEAD The My-Te Good Club was entertained Thursday evening at the home Meets at Mill Ran. . The Young Men's Bible Class of Mi). Run held its monthly meeting Tuesday night at the church basement. Forty members and four visitors were present. A' short program, including a talk by D. L. Dtckcy, was presented and at the conclusion an oyster supper was served. All young men of the Mill Run community who do not attend Sunday school elsewhere are invited to meet with the class. Earl Burk- of Mrs. Sara Liston, West Crawfoidl holder is president. avenue. Twelve rriernbeis and one I guest were.present. ATthc business! sesssion officers for the coming year weie chosen.l They-arc- 'President, Mrs. Walker. F. Herwick; secretary, Mrs. Thesdore .'Mickey, "treasurer, Mrs. N. D. Murphy; reporter, Mrs. H. E. Penri. The club decided to hold a banquet at 6 o'clbck Thursday evening, April 13, at 7Tarbaugh's. At the close of the business meeting Chinese.. checkers were played. The haslessrsafVecr-iraelicious lunch, bar, a native al India speaks English fluently. and who Mrs. J. B. Henderson was elected delegate and Mrs. J. B. Davis alternate to the convention. Mrs. Davis also read a letter from the society's missionary who is located at Bidar, India. Plans were made lor the annual thank-offering service to be held Sunday, March 26. Mrs. C. O. Bane, president, presided over the meeting of the home society and Mrs. Paul D. Luckey tave a flna levlew oÂ£ a portion of. the study book. IVJLHELMINA SEWING CLUB MEETS AT STEINEK HOME The regular meeting of the Wilhelmina Sewing Club was held Thursday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. H. E. Steiner, of 507 East Green street. Eleven members v and four guests wore present. The hostess seived a dainty lunch, assisted by Mrs. John Fox and Mrs. Earl Sharp. Appointments were in keeping with St. Patuck's Day. The special prize was won by Mrs. Albert Christ. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, March 23, at tho homo' oÂ£ Mrs. Donald Heffley, South street. assisted" by. herjjaughter, Alberta. WOMEN'S WORK GROOETMEETS WITH MRS. G. A. SMITH The Women's Work Group oÂ£ the Church of the Brethren met at tlie home ol Mrs. G. A. Smith in Car- negic avenue Thursday for an all- day quilting. A covered-dish luncheon was served at noon. A mission study, in charge of Mrs. F. A. Myers, | was conducted in the afternoon. Tho subject of the Jcsson was "The Rural Districts oÂ£ India." A quill, donated to the Old Folks Homo of the church, was mailed to the home. The next meeting will be held Thursday, April 13, at the home ot Mrs. Ernest Cogan on. the Vandei- bilt road. At this time work on o quilt for a local needy family will be started. Licoiiier Girl Weds. . -The marriage 'of Miss Dorothy Louise Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Arcy N. Miles of Eminence, Ky,, took place at 1.30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at ihc United Presbyterian Church at Ligonier. Rev, J. E McCall of Canton, Ohio, read the service. Mrs. Mary KHngen- smith ot Greensbui'g, 00 years old, was n guest at the wedding. She Is a great-aunt of tho bride. With Mrs. W. r. Fhontek. The Puscilla Sewing Circle will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. William P. Phuntek at Poplar Grove. MEN LOVE GIRLS WITH If you arc peppy and full of fun, men will Invite you to dincea and parties, BUT it you are cross, listless and tlfttj. men -won't b* Interested. Man don't liks "ruJel" rirU. When thoy go to pnrtlea they want RirU along who arc full of pep, So in cas* you nefQ rood general Â«yit#tn tonic, remember for 0 sreocnttfon* onÂ« " , woman ban told another how to go " thru" with LydÂ«Â» E, PlnkbÂ«m'Â« VcraUMo Compound. It he] pa build up mom pbyvleal resistance and thiu *ldÂ« in giving you more pep and leowna distrou from femuo fuse* uonal disorders. _ You'll Had Ptekham'B Compound TO3Ui WORTH TKYING! Mt. Pleasant Girl Licensed. Echvaid Strange of Latrobc and Pearl Williams of Mount Pleasant \verti, licensed to marry at Greensburg. Crawford Tea Room Hzive 3 p ou tried our Friday and Saturday Evening Dinners? Our food must' be unusual to attract so many people from Uniontown, Dawsoa, Scottdale, Mt. Pleasant, Greenshurg and Pittsburgh. A Roest Chicken Dinner with-Filling and Waftlec, a Cocktail, New Potatoes and fresh Vegetables, a Sherbet and Salad, Hot Home Made Holls and Preserves, a Delicious Dessert and Coffee. A really fine iinner foV 75c. OUR FRIDAY * SATUKDAy EVENING MENU INCLUDES: Sweet Breads Mushrooms 65c Roast Tenderloin ot Fork, C5c Breaded Halibut Steak, 60c Baited Virginia Ham, 75c Prime Rib KoJst of Beef, 65e Broiled Tenderloin Steak, 85c These prices include entire dinner We sen e a gient muiiy Ditinei Parties and Bridge Luncheons. If interested call Connellsville 303. PLACE YOUR ORDER EARL1' FOR OUR HOME MADE LAYER CAKES, TIES AND ROLLS YT. C. T. U. TO COMPLETE PLANS FOR INSTITUTE The Connellsville Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet at 7:30 o'clock. Monday, night-at the homeroCMSCtJ^Hr^KBIE^rnr East Cedar avedue. PlatB will be completed for an instltilta, to be held here Thursday, March 23. BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MAItCH lltli In. Storeroom Formerly Occupied by Pcnn Stores. Auspices I. C. Athletic Auxiliary. Everything in the line of bakert goods. Pay As Little As 5Oc Weekly Credit Jewelers BARCLAY ON B R I D G E B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" Grim Reaper ADAIII NATURE STUDY CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT The Adahi Nature Study Club will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. \V. H. Cunningham, 415 East Washington avenue.] Members are asked to note the change of time and date. HOW HONORS SHRINK REPEATED BIDS OF one very long suit QI' two long ones should warn a prospective doublet that some oÂ£ his higty cards will have to be discarded on/tha declarer's little ones. In fact, tile declarer may run all of the triclts he needs in that particular suitlor those particular suits. If ho does not, he may run so many that safe discarding becomes impossible and the holder of the strong defensive hand is squeezed * 5 Â» A J 10 4 3 4. A K J 10 5 2 i trump, North 6-No trump and West doubled. West picked the worst of all possible leads, as it turned out, hie spade J, which the singleton Q won. Followed then the Club ?, diamond Q to the K and A, and five more cluba. On the last West had to choose to discard from his three diamonds, his best two hearts or his spade A. He piclted the heart J, whereupon the heart A dropped the K and the heart Q was played. This time West tossed the spade A, whereupon the spade K, d'amond J and diamond 10 made the last three tricks for a grand slam, scoring an overtricl doubled. tomorrow's Problem A J 10 7 5 3 Â» A S 1 Â« K J 0 2 * 6 Extra "Sunshine" In Alverfon Today SCOTTDALE, Mar. 10.--D. Willam Davis, principal of East Hunt- ngdon Township High School, was 'all flustered" today as he failed to p his mmd on business at his Alverton office. The reason for the extra "shine" on the ever-beaming countenance was oxplnmed with the announcement that there is a "crown rince'' in tho family, a son being 2nd National Rank Opposite Orphcujn rheritic. (Dealer: North. Bast-West vulnerable.) North opened Innocuously here with 1-Club. South then bid 1-Hoart, North 2-Dlamonds, South 3-No trump, North 4-Diamonds to show that suit was at least a five-carder and thÂ« clubs longer, therefore at least six cards. South gently Invited slam with 4-No trump, the natural bid, not any convention. North went to 5-Clubs, South S-No Coprntbt, 1939, Ktoj A K Q f K Q 6 V Q 10 7 6 * 10 8 7 3 (Dealer: North. East-West vulnerable.) What is the best bidding- oÂ£ this- deal? Fciturej STcdfcite, toe. born to Mr. and Mrs. Davis at Friclc Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant I Thursday night. Both' mother arid ] son are getting along nicely. "Just wait till that boy" is old enough to play football. He'll give you sports experts plenty to wr,te about," commented Bill. Democratic Women to Meet. Tho monthly meeting ot the Women's Democratic Club of Connellsville will be he-Id U 8 o'clock Monday night nt Attorney A. A. Brown's office tit the Title Trust building. JAMES B. KOHLAND James B. Rohland, three years and nine months old, died suddenly of convulsions at 6 20 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of his grandparents,,Mr. and Mrs. Bart Cunning- bam of/Owensdalc. He Wjbs tlie son of Herman Rohland of Connellsville. He was preceded in death by his mother in July, 1935, when ho was only one month old. In addition to his father and his grandparents, he is survived by one sister, Patricia Ann, who resides with tlie grandparents at Owensdale. The funeral service will be held at the home oÂ£ the grandparents in Owensdale at 9:30 o'clock Saturday morning. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery at Scottdale in charge of Funeral Director Milton V. Munk. will bi in Hill Grove Cemetery. Meijibers of Connellsville Lodge, B P. O./Elks, ot which Mr. Fisher waj a mehiber, will meet at the club tonight aha go" in-a body to the Sheet?, home] where the Elks' ritual will be conducted at 10 o'clock. CRITCHFIELD SERVICE I The luneral service for Clarence William Cntchfield, 28, of near I Champion, will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Mount Nebo Church of God with Rev. F. O. Eakin, pastor of the Indian Head Church of God, officiating. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. W. C. FISHER FUNERAL The funeral service for William Can- Fisher, who died Thursday morning in Allegany General Hospital, Cumberland, Md., will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Carr Sheetz, 114 West Porter avenue, with Dr. W. H. 'Ictrlck, pastor of Trinity Lu- theian Chureh, officiating. Interment MRS. JEI NFE L. ESLER Mrs. Jennie L. Esler, former resi^ dent of Uniontown, died Wednesday at the Drake Hotel, Philadelphia. Her maiden name was Ebbert. D I N E A N D DANCE "THE MAYFLOWER" Route 119, Evcrson, ]?a. To Johnny Maxie and His Ten-Piece Swine Time Orchestra Featuring Two Vocalists and Whistling- by Matic. SATURDAY, MARCH llth FEMININE COMMENTATOR g AUTHORITY ON FUNERAL SERIES Have you ever attended a funeral service, and thought to yourself--perhaps commented to someone with you --"How beautiful the flowers are!" IE so, you paid an unconscious tribute to tSe skill "and artistry and good taste of someone in that funeral director's organization, for the arrangement of floral offerings is a real test of skill. The Milton V. JIunk firm in. this city has exceptional ability, I find, in this phase of its profession. Sirs, 3Iorris Recommends MILTON V. MUNK FUNERAL SERVICE IMione Connellsrille, 722-J. Phone 680 681-155 QUALITY . . . SEBVICE .-.. tOW PKICES FOB 57 JTEAES. SON'S Prompt Delivery Values Our foods arc as fresh as Spring 1 itself. Why not telephone in an order thin week-end and dlsetncr for yourself Â·why Northern Kaycttc Countluns prefer Da-ddsou's. Also think of the saving In time. M O R N I N G BRACER Coffee, Ib. 16c PENCO Coffee, tuo l-Ili. cans oilc POSTUM CEJIEA1, JS-oz. box 21o Try It for a Healthful Beveragrc LV'fZ SCHHAItnt Genuine Bill Tickles, cxtru large 3-plnt jnr _... :!!)c I,0TZ SCHRAttiir 1'iirc Apple Butter, qt. jur TJc POST Toasties Corn Flakes 3 Boxes l!)c GRAPE NUT FInkcs, 2 boxes 10c CHIEF Paper Cleaner large quart can 23e JOHNSON'S Glo-Coot Quart Cnn and Apyvlier both for $1.09 V I E N N A FLOUR (The Old Reliable) 24i/2-lb. sack 79c STEWART'S Powdered Sugar 3--12-oz. boxes 25c WALTER BAKER'S Cocoa, Ib. 13c W. BAKER'S Chocolate !/2-lb cake .. . 16c CRISCQ, )b. can 21 C; 3-lb. can 53C Z New Crisco Conte!-is for two $5,000 Cash prizes and 1,000 Mixmaslcra. Lenten Menu Specials Fancy Juiniio 1/nke Herring, C-lb. pail _ 98c rHK3IIU3I Fiiucy Pink Salmon, 2 tall cans 25c AM, ftOI/1) Sardines ('i'omnto Sauce), 2 Ige cans 23c ynncy Elhov jffncuronl (bulk), 4 Ibs , , 25e Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Priced Right Butt Half 11% |D CALLAS, pound 15c Kraft's Oheese Spread, Olass 15c "TULIP" GLASSES--Pimento, Olive Pimento, Kay, Limburgcr, Pineapple. Fairmont Better Cream Cheese, Pkg. 10c--2 for 15c Cheese, Fri. and Sat. Spec'a!, Box 25c Land o' nionts Brand--Regularly 35c Lamb Breast, Ib. Lamb Shoulder, Ib. Legs of Lamb, Ib. .13c .25c 3 l c Pure Pork Sausage, Ib. 25c Loose Dressed Chickens, Ib. 33e Freshly Dressed in Our Market DRESSED VEAL Breast (with Pocket) Ib. 15c Shoulder Roast, Lean, Ib 27c Rump or Loin Roast, Ib. 30c Old Hickory Sliced Bacon i/2-!b. pkge 15c; 2 for 25c Tl PILLSBURY Snotv-Shcea Cake Flour, Box 2-Jc And Handy Kitchen Scoop PILLSBtJRY Farina, 2 boxes T..T. 17c Telephone Set FREE PLLIiSBimr Pancake Flour, - S boxes .'... 17c QUALITY C A N N E D FOODS! SAVE! 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