PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COTJRIBR, CONNELiL-SVILL-E, PA. Â· FRIDAY, MARCH -1. W3S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Postal Employes Give Banquet In Honor of Sara Ray, Retired Clerk Honoring Miss Sara E. Ray of Snydcr street,.who retired is a clerk at the Postofilcc January 31, 3938, poslaL'employes gave a banquet of lovely appointments "Thursday evc- " ning.at Crawford -Tea-Roo'in,. South Pittsburg street. -Places .for"-~Jorty- seven were laid. Tiie mchii consisted of the- many, good - things accompanying TV-delicious chicken repast. Seated-at a large table were the four.retired postal employes, Miss Ray, Miss Pearl-Robinson, S. R. Cox "aria "C.~ Err;Raymond, and their guests. The.center.of the table was made attractive, \vitli daffodils and acacia, carrying out " a yellow decorative motif. 'Â· - Â· -During the evening L". _G. Hoover presented Miss Ray with "a beautiful Â· wrist watch, a gift from the -postal Â·Â·employes. She responded with a fine talk of thanks and appreciation. Postmaster Laura Clark read a letter "of congratulations and appreciation to Miss Ray from Postmaster General James A. Farley, who enclosed In the letter his autographed picture. _Aftcr enjoying the bounteous repast, the cioup assembled in the living room where the remainder of the cveur'r; was devoted to cards, binno ar.ri other games. A number _Â· of prizes were awarded. Like other social functions given by the postal employes, the banquet was a success and delightful in.every . way. ' Â·; -_ Uunior Mozart Club .Will Meet Saturday - - The Junior Music Club will mec Saturday evening at the home of ^ Mrs. Frank VanKorman,-417 John- -ston avenue. Members who -will assist thc host are Lida Engleka, Rh'ea Herd, Marjoric Craig and William " Richter. .; Thc business meeting will begin .- promptly at 7:30 o'clock. A program - ot vocal and instrumental music wil " follow. ;~ Thc Juvenile Chapter of the club . will be entertained Saturday aftcr: Â· noon, March 12, at 3 o'clock at thi : .home of Virginia McClelland, 418 ,: South Pittsburg street. Actress' Daughter Mozarl Music Club To Elect Conference Delegates Monday Ail important bUMiicts hCfcMon of .he Mozart Music Club will be held it 8 o'clock Monday evening at the club rooms in North Pittsburg street. Mrs. Daun E. Kutc, president, will, preside, A icport will be made by Mrs. Samuel B. DeMercll, chairman of the ways and means committee: National Music Week will be discussed and delegates to the Federated Music Club conference, (o be held at Hershcy In April, elected. Mrs. John F. Dubson will lead the program, which will be -a costume recital. Lunch will be served by the hostess,' Mrs. Paul O.- Malone, Mra._ Paul Munsey and Mrs. Frank -Keller. Lacy Luxury Inexpensive hi String Jano Bannister . . . Ann Harding'* daughter Seldom does thc photographer get a picture of Jttne Bannister, clght- ycar-old daughter of Ann Harding, screen actress, for Jauo is closely guarded. This new picture was snapped by n. Baltimore photographer as the child departed from a concert hall where her stepfather, Werner Jansscn, orchestra leader, conducted. Thc child In in the custody of Miss Harding, but thc father, Harry Bannister, \a permitted visits. AID, MISSIONARY SOCIETY HAS ANNUAL ELECTION Mrs. George H. Reagan led the devotional period at the regular meet-1 Dullj pres jdi n g. Mrs. HHZJI Bower ing of the Ladies' Aid and Mission- , lcd jj^ devotionals. It was decided ary Society of the First United Prcs- WESTMINSTER CLASS GIVES COVERED-DISH DINNER A covered-dish dinner marked a meeting of the Westminster Class of the First Â· Presbyterian C h u r c h Thursday ""evening with-tho Misses Jeannette and Ruth Love as hostesses. Dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock in thc small dining room to twenty members and two guests, Mrs. .Omor Arrcnbacher nnd Miss Ivenorc -Darr. Dainty green baskets, decorated with a scroll of music or a hatchet and filled with mints, were favors. "Happy Birthday," was sung to Mrs. .Carl Porter, who celebrated her birthday. A potted white hyacinth plant was presented to Mrs. Porter by her "pollyanna sister." After thc dinner, the class adjourned to thc T. J. Hooper Class room nnd conducted a business bes- sion with thc president, Mrs. D. W. TUNED TIME BELLS" GIRLS- TEACHERS ENTERTAINED Thc home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strickler on the Connelsville road was the scene of a delightful social gathering Wednesday night when mothers of the members of the "Tuned Time Bells" of the East Liberty school entertained'the girls and their teachers in charge, Miss Ethel Painter, Miss Mary J. Hcmmingcr, Miss Alverda Sovcrns and Miss Grace Husband. The girls played several entertaining selections on the bells, after which the remainder of the evening was spent in a social manner. Speaking in behalf of the mothers, Mrs, Walter Freed expressed, their appreciation to the tcachcars for their untiring efforts in training the girls Â·md at the conclusion presented to Miss Painter a gift, a'purse of money, ns a token of gratitude. Miss Painter responded and expressed thanks n behalf of thc teachers for thc kind interest shown and for the lovely party. The guest list was: Teachers, Miss Ethel Painter. Miss Alverda Soverns, Miss Mary J. Hcmminger, and Miss Grace Husband; mothers, Mrs. Walter Freed, Mrs. Howard Colbert, Mrs. Marie Stoner, Mrs. Harry Sirickler, Mrs. Viola Moxin, Mrs. Peter Orlando, Mrs. Sanford Morris, Mrs. Clarence Lint, Mrs. William Evans, Mrs. John Pratt nnd Mrs. Dan Parrotta. The committee in charge consisted of Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Strickler and.Mrs. Freed. W delicious lunch was served. Fourteen girls compose thc "Tuned Time Bells." They are directed by Miss Edith Painter. The girls recently appeared on a radio amateur hour at Uniontown and are planning to appear in the final contest thc latter part of the month. Each girl was given a beautiful pen and pencil set. Household Arla by Alice Brooks M. K. MEN'S CLASS WILL HOLD BUEAKFAST SIARCH 13 The Men's Bible Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will hold a bacon and egg breakfast Sunday morning, March 13, at the dining- room of the church. Breakfast will be served from 8 to 9 o'clock. Every member is asked to attend and to bring a friend. The, committee consists of H. R. Richtar, chairman, Allison Marshall, C. H,' Kennel, Hnrry Mitchell, Rcy Lambert, L. K. Fisher, C. O. Bane, R. S.', LoRaw and W. Grist. Combine Crocheted Medallions Into Spread of Rare Beauty PATTERN 5896 Joined together, these dainty crocheted squares form a striking all-over pattern for spreads, cloths, or smaller accessories! Use string or finer cotton. Pattern 580G contains instructions for making the square; illustration of it and of stitches; materials needed; photograph oÂ£ square. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 259 W. 14th Street, New Yoric, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Salisbury Pastor Resigns. Rev. C. L. Bash, pastor of Wilhelm Church of Saint Paul, near Salis- bury, Somerset county, has resigned after a five-year tenure. He won! to Salisbury from Grantsville, Md. D. OF U. V. to Meet. The Daughters of Union Veterans will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at Elks Hull. SALLY K. /laraiERHIA.V IS 3RIDE OF DONEGAL MAN Miss Sally E. Zimmerman of Mount Pleasant township and Oscar A. Haugcr of Donegal were married Thursday evening at 8 o'clock by Justice of the Peace Fred DePriest at his office in Eagle street, Mount Pleasant. PETEK BALABAN-arARRiED TO FORMER DUNBAR GIRL Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mnrybello Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Baker of Hanover, formerly of Dunbar, and Teter Balaban of Connellsvillc. The ceremony took place Thursday, Fob- j ruary 24, at Tlanovcr. LOCAL NO. 213 Will Meet SATURDAY, MARCH 5th In Firemen's Hall, Soutli Cnnncllsville, At 10 A. M. Men's and Boys' I 51.98 Values. Ladies' Spring Hats $1.00--$1.95 Straws that arc smart. i Children's Shoes pair Leather Solos. Sizes 2 to 8. Boys' Knickers $1.00 pair The Kind That Wear HARRY 71IJ West Crawford Avc. West Side. i byterian Church held Thursday af- ~ tcrnoon at thc church. The program Z consisting oÂ£ a review of .the work T done in the foreign mission station ". 'of the United Presbyterian der.om: ination was given by Mrs. W. D. ~" Long and Mrs. R. B. Hyatt. r. The business meeting followed. ^ Election of officers resulted as fol- -- 5ows: President, Mrs. George H. 7 Reagan; flrst vice-president, Mrs. W. ~ JB. Downs; second vice-president, . Mrs. H. M. Chorpcnning; recording ', secretary, Mrs. R. T. McMinn; as. 'sistant, Mrs. Bert Conner; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. S. Pierce; navc a fi ow cr committee and Mrs. James Luckcy and Mrs. Kenneth Louden were appointed. The class voted to pay the remainder of its pledge to thc church. The birthday box, opened every March, was opened and thÂ« sum of $8 was realized. Miss Ruth Brown .will entertain the class Thursday, April 17, at her home in Lincoln avenue, with Miss Anaruth Darr as co-hostess. GREENWOOD AID SOCIETY HEARS BANQUET REPORT The Ladies' Society of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Ernest Mistlcbauer of Tenth street, We.xt S:de. The meeting opened with a ps."lm repeated in unison. The Lord's Prayer was ic- peatcd by the members, after which he aid society hymn, "Jesus Calls Us," was sung. Mrs. W. E. DcBolt, Jrcsldent, was in charge ot the mcct- ng. Eleven members were present. A report of the firemen's banciuct was ;i"cn. A nice sum was realized. LVays nnd means for raising money were discussed. A dainty dunch was served by Mrs. Mistlcbaucr, assisted her little daughters, Mary Louise, Phyllis and Jimmy DeBolt. DONEGAL W. C. T. X T . FORMS'FLANS FOR SOCIAL Mrs." Samuel Hoyman entertained financial secretary, Mrs. R. Clintock; treasurer, Mrs. ",5 '_} thc Donegal Women's Christian Tem- 'l w " | perance Union Wednesday evening ,, . . '! at her home. Mrs.'Ida Burns prcsl- Shancr; thank oftermK secretary,! ( ,., t 1(;d th( , ^votjonais and pre- Mrs. G. R. Kfupp; first assistant, ' s , Jc( J ovcr lhc busincss scssjon . A Mrs. it.^ii., socla j to bc held March 18, for approximately thirty young people at thc,Sunny Dale Farm, home of Mrs. Jessie Freeman , Fricdline, was planned. Mrs.- Marion Halle and Miss Anne Hays guests, were introduced. Â· The following program was pre- Vocal duet, Misses Vcrnicc Hyatt; junior superintendent. Miss Florence Patterson; assistant, Mrs. McMinn. Thci'c was a good attendance. Z COVERED-DISH SUPPER GIVEN ' BY LOTTIE BRADLEY CLASS Thirty-V rcc members and guests j scntcd: ". of the Lottie Bradley Class of - the South Connclsville Evangelical - Church were dcl'Ehtfully cntcitaincd -- at a covered-dish .supper, held Thursday night at thc social room of the -" church. Two lon'i tables were bcau- " iofully decorated with pink and white carnations, donated by Mrs. ' James E. Schell of South Connclls- ville. -- T The regular business session fol- '-'Â· lowed the supper. Mrs. Russell De- Bolt.had charge of the devotionals, '" while Mrs. W. S. Harr, president, -' presided over thc business session. Â·"Â· A report of a ,food sale, held was -- given by Mrs. George Blair and "-money realized was turned over to Â·~ ihc treasurer. Plans were made for Â·"the members to serve lunch at*thc --congregational meeting next Thurs-~day night. Date and place for the next meeting will be announced later. and LaVcrnc Saylor; reading, Mrs. Frank Roadman and Mrs. S. E. Solomon; vocal duet, the Misses Saylor; reading, Mrs. Hoymun; piano solo, Mrs. W. H. Ringler; address, "Am I My Brother's Keeper?'", Mrs. Jessie Frledlinc; hymn. Lunch was served by the hostess. The April meeting will be hold at the home of Mrs. Ida Burns. : OUTLOOK CLUB WILL MEET WITH MRS. W. H. HETRICK Thc regular meeting of the Out' look Club will be held Monday af- tefnoon at 1 o'clock at thc home of Mrs. W. H. Hetrick in East Patterson _avenue. Ml. Pleasant Couple Licensed. A marriage license was Issued at ..Grccnsburg to Kenneth J. Baldwin -".and Pearl O. Hoynian, both of Mount Pleasant. SPEC9AL MEETING Davidson Ji TroHcr Locnl.s Vnitcil 5lino Worltoix of America Saturday, March 5th :t i'. .M. / HAIYL Knst Fnlrvicw Avenue. IViii. Ilincs, President Kistriet "o. I. Will Meet ToniRht. The Anna Duncan Mission Circle of thc First United Presbyterian Church will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home ot f Miss Delaine pollins, Hans avenue. I.oc Etta Lodfrc Meets. Lee Etta Lodge No. 103, Ladies Auxiliary to thc B. of R. T., met Wednesday nlfiht at the Baltimore S: Ohio Y. M. C. A.. Mrs. Gertrude Lauehrcy, prciidcnt, was in charge. Regular business was transacted. Mrs. Rose Corvin nnd Mrs. Alma Lowery were reported on the sick list. It \vns announced that Mrs. Louise Forsythe had been injured in nn automobile accident. Plans \ycrc made for n bingo party for members on March 10. Mrs. Ethel Yaw is chairman. Her aides will be Mrs. Myrte LaRue and Mrs. L, E. Welling. 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