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March 11, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1933- GUARDSMEN FAVORABLY PASS TESTS By LYKNE B. KINCELL Dr. J.H. Dull Will Speak at Meeting Of Dental Auxiliary ° foul ? c f- Scottdaie-Couple's- Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. William H. Echard avenue, Scottdale, an- icunce the marriage ot their daughter, Miss Janet Louise Echard and Donald Sherbondy, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sherbondy of Delaware Scottdale, at 7 o'clock The Fayette County Denial Auxiliary will hold its monthly meeting ,,,,,,,,,,,._ ,,,_,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,.. at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Wednesday evening at the United home of Dr. and Mrs. J. Harold Dull, Brethren Church of Scottdale. Rev. 512 Wills road. A musical progiam has been arranged and Dr. Dull will be the guest speaker of the aCtcinoon. His subject will be "Habits Which Cjuse a Hcgulaiity of Teeth." Betrothal Announced Bv Scottdale Woman Mrs. Clifford E. Shively o£ Scottdale announces the engagement of j M. M. Snyder, pastor, officiated and the ceremony was witnessed only by immediate members o£ both families. The bride were a French blue crepe dress with blue accessories, and a shoulder corsage ol yellow tea roses and p:nk sweetpeas. The ceremony was supplemented by a reception at the home of the bride. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sherbondy were graduated from tho Scottdale High School, the former a member of the her sister, Miss Ruth Helen Lowe of j Class of 1936 and the latter o£ the Pittsburgh, to Dr. Charles Stewart Class of 1838. The bridegroom is employed at the Clairton mills of the Carnegie Illinois Steel Company. McConnel of Waynesboro. Miss Lowe, a daughter of Hoy W. Lowe of Scottdale, studied at the i Allegheny General Hospital School of ( Dr. J . A, ReSV6S Will Nl Dr! nS McConnei, son of the Intel, Share Dinner Honors Charles H. McConnell and Mrs. Lulu 1 B. McConnell of Beaver street, Beaver, is a graduate of Washington and Jefferson College and of the school of medicine of Temple University. He interned at the Allegheny General Hospital. He is a member of the Beta Thela Pi and Alpha Kappa i Kappa fraternities. Outlook Club to Meet With Mrs. C. Roy Hetzel Mrs. C. Roy Hetzel will be hostess to the Outlook Club Monday afternoon at her home m West Cedar avenue. At the close of the business session, to be presided over by Miss Ida AVolfe, president, a proginm on "Mindb That Come presented. Back" will be K. M. S. CLASS REMEMBERS ME-MBERS OS BIRTHDAYS The E. M. S. Class of the First Methodist Protestant Church met Friday night at the church. Twentysix members and two visitors were present. The devotional period was The Connellbville Chapter of Seton Hill College Alumni will entertain Dr. James A. Reeves, president of the college, and the Seton Hill Student Choir and director, Madame Emmy Ohl, at a G o'clock dinner Sunday. Miss Alice Murphy is chairman of the dinner. SKATING PARTY IS GIVEN FOB JUNIOR C. E. GROUP A skating party for the members of the Junioi Christian Endeavor of the First Presbyterian Church was held Friday evening at the church. Sixteen children were in attendance and enjoyed games and roller skating throughout the evening. Box lunches were served. Cards were distributed and lour corresponding ones marked the table mates. Dessert was served by the sponsors, Mis. E. H. Langford, Mrs. M. J. Cummings and Mrs. H. S. Martz For the activity next month an All Fools' Day party is being arranged. Service Company Undergoes Both Federal and State Inspections. MANY VISITING OFFICERS PRESENT BARCLAY ON BRIDGE By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y Dunbar Township High School Paper Wins Second Prize ·The Authority on Authorities" Double Birthday Party. Mrs. Arthur Eisk gave a double led by Sara Ann Hay and *ft-\%^£S££S%£ jjf^^S^^ Good reports were given by the vari- " w j re won * Miss A sWalla ous committee chairmen. Victoria Mohal and Miss Gertie A delightful social hour followed Snafsky . Latel . in lhe evmlng Mrs . the business session. A mandolin I solo was given by Loma Gangawere, [ after which a reading, "Viola Goes I Shopping,-' was given by PhyJlis, The beautifully decorated "table was Morse. Birthdays ot seven of the ed a( . e j h ^ d with a cakc irface adorned with pink and white candles Sisk, assisted by Mrs. Charles liter, served a delicious lunch, a color motif of pink and white prevailing. members, Odessa Gillispie, Nelson, Deane Kershey, Jean Gaal, Virginia Beal, Betty Hichey and Carolyn Miller, were observed. Each girl was showered with beautiful handkerchiefs. A delicious lunch was served by members of the "gold" side losers of the membership contest. AILJBEN HUNTER BECOMES BRIDE OP SCOXTDALE MAN Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Hunter of this city announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Aileen Hunter, to George Ryan of Scottdale. The ceremony look place Tuesday evening, February 28, at the First United Brethren Church with the pastor, Rev. Elmer A. Schultz, officiating. The ring service was used. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan are residing at 822 Mulberry street, Scottdale. in harmonizing holders. The cakes were baked by Mrs. Sislc. Win Mrs. Donald Kesslcr. Mrs. Donald Kessler will entertain the Wilhelmma Club Thuisday afternoon, Mirch 23, at her home in South street, instead of Mrs. Donald Heffley. Class of '29 Will Consider Reunion Mrs. Carrie McManus Feted. A surprise party was, given Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Carrie McManus at Broad Ford in honor of her birthday, with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Brown of Uniontown and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Bcal of Honco, hostesses. The honoiec received many beautiful Biffs. At a late hour lunch was served by Mrs,. Brown and Mrs. Beal. Thirty-eight guests were present. Attending in addition to members of the family, grandchildren, brothers and sisters, were: Miss Blanche Wil- rcn of Uniontown, Mr. and Mrs. John Bcal of Ronco, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ball of Edcnborn, Mr. and Mrs. Myles .Deal of this, cit, Mr. and Mrs. Chailes Klmker of Ronco, Mrs. Sadie Donahogue and Miss Lorraine Dona- hogue of D.uvson, Mrs. William Lane nnd Mrs. IVUry Martrano of Broad Ford. Will Observe Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller of Uniontown will observe their forty- fifth anniversary Monday at their home in Summit avenue. For many years Mr. Miller was an employe of the H. C. Frick Coke Company. DINE AND DANCE "THE MAYFLOWER" Route 119, Everson, Pa. To Johnny Maxie and His Tcn-riccc Swing Time Orchestra Featuring Tvo Vocalists anil Whistling by fllaxic. SATURDAY. MARCH lllh Plans for a reunion of the Connellsville High" School Class of 1929 will be considered at a meeting of members of that group to be held at the Y. M. C. A. The session, which will be brief, Is scheduled tor 4 o'clock. Unlawful to Send Lottery Matter Through Mails PITTSBURGH, Mar. 11.--Postmaster Stephen Bodkin warned that it is unlawful to ma.l any advertising matter regarding bank night drawings, bingo games, door prizes raffles and games of chance of any kind. In a circular letter mailed to "interested parties," the postmaster announced these activities have been classified by the department as lotteries. Bodkin said as far as he knew postal authorities do not plan to take any other action Regarding the alleged lotteries but that It was his duty to "warn the public that sUch schemes are in conflict with ptistal laws. All matter relating' thereto, including advertisements and programs, containing references to the enterprises, is unmailable." Special lo The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Mar. 11 --The Service Company, 110th Regiment, had its annual Federal and State inspections at the orrpory Friday evening. Inspection offlceis, Major Mays and Major Eggers, said it was most satisfactory, especially complimenting (he company on appearance o£ the men and the paper wcrk ol the company. The armory, always clean and orderly, was at its "shining best" Friday evening through the efforts of the caretaker, John Hafman. The company had in line 45 enlisted men and three officers, Captain Edgar C. Kelly, and Lieutenants James Murphy and Frank Murphy. Visitors included Major G. S. Bryce ot Mount Pleasant, Who organized the first Service Company and commanded it while oveiseas during the World War; Major William Houston, Monessen; Major James Gallagher, Latrobe; Lieutenant Dick Jameson, Lieutenant Gaines and Captain Robert Potts, ol Company I, Greens- burgj Captain Norman Browell, Con- nellsvllle; Lieutenant Piper, Washington; Lieutenant John Gordon, Scottdale, of the old Tenth Regiment; Sergeant Matthias, Greensburg; and Sergeant Oscar Johnson ot Company E, Mount Pleasant, with about 100 interested spectators from Scottdale and vicinity. Tile company officers entertained visiting officers with a social hour after the inspection, and the noncommissioned officers and enlisted men also were entertained in the men's club rooms. Poultry Piccture. A moving picture "Where Chick Life Begins," will be shown at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the audl- orium at the East Huntingdon Township High School under the auspices ot the Future Farmers of America. Any person interested in this phase of agriculture is invited to attend. No admission fee will be charged. Vesper Service. A Lenten, vesper service will be leld at 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening at the United Presbyterian Church, Scouts, Advanced, At a Boa.-" o£ Reviews, held Friday evening in the V. M. C. A. under -he direction of R. F. Darsie, assisted 3y Julius Adams, the following Boy Scouts were passed from tonderfool second class: Troop 2, Ealton Baker, Jimmy Marth, Harold H. Echard, Jack Reed. Russell Kalp James Daniels and Bob Minster. To first class, Troop 3, George Koch. Merit badges, James Dick, Troop 1. athletics, ilrtt-aid to animals, anc public health, Arthur J. Baughman, Troop 1!, firemanship. Missionary to Speak. Rev. Albert I. Good, D.D., of Cam- eroun, West Africa, will be the speaker at the morning service at the First Presbyterian Church. Rev. Good has spent a part of his lime In scientific work and has many specimens of his finds in the Carnegie Museum, Pittsburg, and the Cleveland Museum. A part of his timfe has been spent in translating the Old Testament, fiom the original language, into the Bulu, and is now being proof-read by him so that the Bible may be presented to the natives in their own language. Rev. Good, who was a classmate of Rev. J. W. Witherspoon at thg seminary has spent 30 years in the mission field. The public is invited to hear him. Bible Class Elects. The Ladles Bible Class of the Presbyterian Church held a covered- dhh luncheon In the dinmgroom of the church at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon with covers for 44. Rev. J. W. Witherspoon returned thanks and the Hex'. Albert I. Good was speaker. The president, Mrs. W. A. Gordon, presided at the business meeting, and the names of the "Friendly Sisters' were revealed. Officers Were chosen lor the coming year as follows: President, Mrs. R. G. Baird; vice-president, Mrs. J. N. Kling; secretary, Mrs. Lorna Dor- bey; assistant secretary, Mrs. Walteis; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. H. Pahel; treasurer, Mrs. W. A. Gordon; Dorothy J. Hauscr Dies. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 13.-Dorothy June Hauser, three months old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hauser of Mount Pleasant township, died Saturday at the parental home. She Jeaves her parents and one sister, Betty Laverne. The funeral service was held Monday afternoon at the Fairview Church of God near Kecksburg. Interment followed in the church cemetery. THE BEST GET BLUFFED CHUCKEy'3 A BLUFF seems to be just as effective today a.i when tile game was young'. We all hnow tile old story of the badly outnumbered troops whose commander orderefl them to advance. When the powerful enemy saw them coming, he retreated, thinking ho was seeing the skirmish line of on immense force. The samo gag works sometimes in bridge, when you lead the suit you dread ijnost and thereby scare the defenders away from repeated leads of tt, In the fear that It is your best suit. (Dealer: North. East-Went vulnerable*) Fishing for his favorite No-trump contract, South opened hero with 1- Club, North bid 1-Spade, South 1- No trump, North 2-No trump and South 3-No trump. West picked the iinbtd major as his best defense and led the heart 10. South saw that the crisis was at hand. The opponents could run either four or five clubi against him, depending on how the suit was divided, and two «ces. His only cfcancfe was to keep them away from clubs, which might bo possible If the honors were fairly well split. So he took the first heart trick in the North and led the club 6. East played low. South pxit on his 10 and West won with the Q Feeling sure that South had the ace-jack, West naturally did not return the suit, but repeated hearts, with his 9. The Q won and the spado Q was led, then the K, which Eas;t captured. He would not lead a club, being sure South had the K and would have to lead up to Mm at the end. So he played a thira heart to tho K. West won the lead of a small diamond and still refused to lead clubs. He returned a diamond, and South gat the rest of the tricks, makirg an overtrlck when he could have been set two. Monday s Problem. * J V Q 10 9 7 6 5 4 3 2 » 8 5 * 8 (Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable.) What is the best bidding of thli hand? Baptist churches-will be held at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. The evening service will be held at the Baptist Church with Rev. F. S. Woctman, pastor,' in) charge. Tne D. T. Informer, scm:-m6nthly publication of lhe Dunbar Township High School, was awarded second place in the senior high school newspaper competition sponsored by the Columbia ,' University Scholastic Press, it /was announced m New York. j The Laisenring school is entered n the grc/up having an enrollment of from 201 to 800 students. A total of 1.075 scholastic publications of schools from all sections of the United StatPs was entered in the contest, one of the features of the annual three-day convention attended this year by 2,500 school editors and writers. i Other senior high winners Include: I First, Latrobe, 801 to 1,500 enrollment. Ohiopyle Services. OHIOPYLE, Mar. 11.--Sunday school in both the Methodist and t t N I Be Sure it's SHERWIH- WILLIAMS ^^n^^~ Spotted "Where Better Wallpaper Costs You Less." 813 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 793. · NEWS OF THE DAY AT DUNBAR 1DXJNBAR, Mar. 11.--Geraldine I by the two organizations and was j Hagner was honor guest at a birth- j reported as a successful one. The · day party held Wednesday in cele- evening was spent playing games, bration of her fifth anniversary. She Refreshments were served. Hoy- received many lovely and useful gifts. Refreshments were served at a table which centered with a large mond Frovance fs leader o£ the boys while Mrs. W. H. Reynolds captains the glr's. There were over 00 mem- :ake bearing five pink and green ! bors present, candles and the letters, "Happy Other Xews of Interest. Birthday." The evening was spent The condition of Webster Thomas, playing games. Those present were Nellie Rugg, Eleanor and Peggy Shipley, Ellen Gabriel, Helen Rugg, Jimmie Rankm, Eugene Baker, Ellis home. who suffered a stroke last week remains unchanged Mrs. E. K. Strong is at her Martin, Mrs. Delia Baker, Mrs. Minnie Rankin, Mrs. Henry Bryner, Harry Baker and Miss Linme Mankins. Fidality Club to Meet. The Fidality Club will hold Its monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. L N. Kldd Tuesday evening, March 14. Meeting Thursday. There will be a Townsend meeting Thursday evening in the basement of the Methodist Protestant Church. The committee hopes for a large crowd. There will be several speakers and the meeting will start at 7:30 o'clock. To Attend Communion. HAGAN'S Pie and Ice Cream iHagans New Store FOR YOUR en ran buy fire miurance, y*u'r« buying tin promise 61 an insurance company (o rfand between you and loss In case fire strikes. Vi all you've gof fdr y6t» money -a promlie, II certainly pays fo place yaw inuiranee with ft company filar you know elands by it* word "Thai's why 1 do all nt Inturiwic* buj)- n«: wlh the ajjenl ol the National fire Inturanco Company ol Hartford. I know he represent a sound, stebls company -- bo leel that my insurance h ijnl -- that a fits my needs, and thai I undenlonj eucrty what Mil prolKtioft is tnd how iar it joev" J. DONALD PORTER J''irji Halloua.1 B a n k ttldj?,, tJuiniellMille. Pa. Fbone 76'S. George and James Greenwood of Pittsburgh were Monday evening visitors at the home of their mother, Mrs. Nellie Greenwood. Mrs. Joseph Panone was a Uniontown caller Friday. Thomas McCleary of Connellsville was a Wednesday evening caller. Richard Maize, mine inspector of Uniontown, was a business caller Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wortman of Charleroi were recert visitors at the homes of their respective parents. Peggy Vaughn is ill ot lier home. Mrs. Peppcrell Burled. The funeral for Mrs. Nancy Pep- All members of the Hoiy Name perell was he i d Thursday morning Society of St Aloysius Church are w j th a prayei . a t the home, 148 North requested to attend Holy Communion in a body at the B 30 o'clock mass Sunday morning. Postpone Celebration. The party originally planned for Thursday evening in honor of members of the American Legion by the auxiliary has been indefinitely postponed. After the members were notified of the coming party they decided It would be better to wait until the Legion home is ready for occupation and celebrate the opening of the new home and the 20th anniversary of the organization at the same time. Joint Scout Party. Boy and Girl Scouts held a party at the Parish hall Thuisday evening. It was the first joint affair ever held teacher, Mrs. J. \V. Witherspoon; assistant teachers, Mrs. William F. Fleming and Miss Ida Parker. Mrajorie Walters gave a reading and there was group singing, led by Mrs. G. F. Kelly, with Miss Evelyn Pahel as accompanist. HAVE BREAKFAST WITH US! Serving From 8 A. M. lo 11 A.M. Hagan's New Store Third street. West Side, followed by requiem high mass at St. Rita Church wth Rev. celebrant. Henry DeVivo, pastor, Interment was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Patsy Mongelluzzo, Frank Materazzi, Joseph Martray, Patsy Romaldi, Anthony Rulli and Nick Manzella. GOODWIN CLEANING Restores Style to Your- Clothes You'll enjoy wearing y o u r Goodwin-cleaned clothes almost as much as you would new ones-- and you'il look, and feel just as fresh. Our superior methods get better results; try us, we'll show you REAL dry cleaning! PHONE 813 GOODWIN CO. Cleaners Dyers OONNJELISVILLE, PA. HAT has become of the honest man, -who's word was his bond? A knocker is a person who sees good in no one; narrow-mindefl, selfish, and does not pay just debts. H9-03 5. PITTSBURGH ST. CONNELL5V1LU, PA "I finplcy No Agents or Sofidbors WELL! WELL! WHAT'S THIS?' "That Long Distance call I made to Aunt Sarah last month cost only a dollar! "She lives nearly 450 miles from here so I thought it would be more. Guess I've been 'way wrong on the cost of Long Distance calls." Most people do guess far too high on Long Distance rates. Look over the typical rates in the front pages of your directory. Note especially how much you save after 7 at night and all day Sunday. Take advantage of these savings for calls to the folks back home. T U B J t B l l T X L I P H O N Z C O M P A N T 0*

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