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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVUjL/E, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 193S. I Albert T. Hemp, West Penn Billing i Head, Feted at Testimonial Dinner By LVNNE B.jKINCELL I C. Williams .and Wife Mark Golden Wedding Anniversary MrÂ»: and Mrs. John C. Williams of j South -Cpnncllsviilc celebrated their fiftieth- wedding.anniversary Thursday., ^vitlr "open house" during- the day and a B o'clock buffet dinner!'The honored guests received -many cards, flowers, telegrams- and a cablegram from relatives in Wales and England, who-extended their congratulations. Fifty people were present nt-the dinner which was -served at : an- at- tractively Â· appointed-table.---A large threertUr wedding cake topped with a rnhxiature ..br.ide ;.and.: bridegroom centered .table which, was covered wlthia.gpld-.colnrcd .cloth. A lovely golden wedding bell was- suspended frpm..thc .ceiling.and shielded the miniature ....br^dc ._and.. .bridegroomi Slender lighted yellow tapersjn gold holdcrs..w.Rrp.placed, at cither end of thsJaWe.... , ,Mlss..M.atgaret. .lames, daughter oÂ£ the. late;john.a.nd Rachel James, be- came the bride of John C. Williams, son of the late.James and Mary Williams, February 24, 1888. The ceremony.,was performed at the.Dimas JToddfa at. .Landorc, near Swansea, South .Wales,. England. Rev. W. P. Williams, pastor officiated. To the union three children, Herbert Williams of Youngstown, Ohio, Mrs. Beatrice Williams Crouse and Mrs. Sarah Wililams Fenstermacher. There are six grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Wililams came to the United States In" 1898 and maintained a residence in Pittsburgh where- Mr. Williams was employed as a tin mill roller. In 1001" they came to South Conncllsville, where Mr. Williams was employed as a in mill roller. He retired thirteen years ago. Out of town guests golden celebration were at the Thomas Jnmcs of Stcubcnvillc, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs.'-'Emlyn' Lewis and daughter Miss Wanctta, of New Castle. Madge Orig, Teacher in Mount Pleasant 3'". .Sc/to.o/s, -to. Marry Dr.'David K. Hunker Miss Madge Ong, daughter of Mr. and Mr,s. W. P, ,Ong of Vino street, Mount Pleasant, will become the bride of Dr. David K. Hunker of South Main street, Grecnsburg, at a quiet .'cetemopy; to be .solemnized Saturday Evening at 6:3.6^o'clock at the hojne.of Dr. HunkerV-brothcr and'Sister-in-law, Mr. and MrsrJ.-C. Hunker,'. ,ol;..Akron, .Ohio.. The couple.will be unattended. Miss Ong has been a teacher In the Mount! Pleasant schools for the past fourteen years and has been granted a month's leave of absence. Dt;. Hunker- is._a. .chiropractor ,.,at Grecnsburg. CDr. Hunker and bride will spend their honeymoon in New Mexico, California and other westcrn/'and southwestern states. On their return, the" bride will resume her teaching duties until the end of the school term, after which she and Dr. Hun- k'er will reside in Grecnsburg..'." V -Miss Ong was given a surprise at noon Thursday when her fellow teachers in the Third Ward school building presented her \yith a set of Kcsta tableware. ^.Miss Kathcrine Trcber' will substitute for Miss' Ong during her absence.' ' Program Planned Â§ Â·; For March Meeting ^': Of Jewish Council -Mrs. William Goldstone, .Mrs. Cools Shrallow and Mrs, Gerhart M. Horowitz arc planning a . program lor thr social part of the March meeting of the Connellsville Section of the Council of Jewish Women to be held Tuesday evening at tho homÂ« of Mrs. Goldstone in East Patterson avenue. v.The business session will begin, at 8 'o'clock. . . . . " : . Miss Mable E. Dolan Weds James Joscsak At Quiet Ceremony Announcement is made of the mar riage of Misj Mablc Elizabeth Dolan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlc Dolan of Water street, Dunbar, anc James John Joscsak, son of Mr. an' Mrs. Joseph Joscsak of Hyndman street. South Connellsville, on Satur day. morning February IS, at Cum berlond, Md; Â· The ceremony, markei by quiet simplicity, was solemnize at the home of the officiating minis tcr, Bev. A. K..Flora. Â· The bride wore .o becoming" navj blue suit with harmonizing acces 3p.ri.cs. ;Hcr attendant. Miss Dor Coraretti of D,imbar, was attfrcd Ir beige with . Both Mr. and Mrs. Joscsak have wide circle of friends. The bride at tended Dunbar Township His School. and is..cmploycd,..by.thc Con nellsvillc SU!c Company:. -The bride groom, an. employee ol '_tbc Fort Wayne Corrugated Paper.- Company attend:d the Chicago. Radio School Alter the ceremony "Mr. JOSCSP and bride went to Pittsburgh where they spent the week-end. They returned to Connellsville and arc home in their newly furnished apartment, 103 North Arch street. Albert T. Hemp of Scottdale, head : the West Pcnn billing department i Conncllsville, was honored at a irge and delightful testimonial diner party given Thursday night at 10 social room of the First United Brethren Church by all of the cm- j Auxiliary'to Spanish i War Veterans Formed i A Ladies' Auxiliary to the United Spanish Wnr Veterans Camp wts prsamzcd at a meeting held Sunday afternoon at the Veterans' of For- R. W. B. CLUB PZ/AN'S . .: . COVERED-DISH LUNCHEON 'Meeting Tuesday night at the home of -Mrs. Carrie Graft in Vine street, the R. W. B. Club of the Daughters at America, formed plans for a covered-dish luncheon to"~jxs Micld. l*uesday evening, Ma~rch- 29,- at -Ocfcl ' , Fellows Hall. The'- luncheon, ^He annually by the clubVntHodge,-will be supplemented by flve^unffretP , _ - ;;Aftcr the meeting a-^Vslcntine Pjirty and bingo were enjoyedXPrizes wer.c won as follows: Valentine nuzzles-- high, Mrs. Mae Weaver- second, Miss Jennie Miller; bingo-^ first, Mrs. Alice Ellis! second, Miss Jennie Miller; third, Miss Connie King. Twelve members and two guests were present. rThc committee for April consists oÂ± :Mrs. Ida Rltenour, Mrs.. Ruth GÂ£4ry and Mrs. Nell EnoJdiT." Mrs. HItcnour will be hostess. ~ ~ Â« EimiERAN* AID SOCIETY - : HOLDS BUSINESS SESSION ZA well attended-meeting of.-the Ddics Aid Society of "the Trinity Eutheran Church was held Thursday. aTlernoon at the social room "of the cCurch. 'Mrs. E. H, Garner conducted the devotibhnlfT." " At 'Â·' the business session plans were made to serve the Business- md Professional "Women's dinner on Tuesday night, March 8. It was yoted-to give-$26-to tfic-Amelia Earhirt" fund. ~A social period.-, was -, enjoyed. Ironch was served by- Mrs. Harvey Lr Silcox, Mrs. -J/r; L; -tenpline ;and ^s. James Weinzierl. MRS. MARY PKYOR HOSTESS TO W. IV. PICKETT CLASS The W. W. Pickctt Class of tho First Methodist Protestant Church was delightfully entertained Thursday evening by Mrs. Mary Pryor, North Pittsburg street. Thirty-eight members and friends were present. Mrs. Ella Newcomer, president of the class, was in charge, and opened the meeting with devotions. -Mrs. Althca Stafford, 88 ycnrs old, . of Snydor- town, repeated .the. (\rst- psalm. Talks -were -given Â· bx;.thc : tench er,- E. E. Grouse, Robert Boyd, -Albert Anderson and Harry T;.Crossland, It was reported that fifty-two sick calls were made. Three new members were received,'.". During the social hour Mrs. W. H. Adams conducted a spelling, bee. Mrs. Pryor served a delicious lunch, assisted- by: Mrs" '--j Lewis -'-Still wagon JEheinext m.eetlng^wi)l be held at thschoroeiof jyir.-iindrMrs. Hnfry T. Crossland in JSojuth ;-Eighth Â·Â· street, Gxccaxwood. ^.'zz ~r .. ;^" GlRt,S''3rfSSrON CIRCLE Â·^r~-MEETS-AT BENFORD HOME 'GTrl? Missionary Circle No7-5 of "the : Methpdlst Protestant Churcli .met Thursday nlKht^at-'thb-homo 'of Miss Lois Bcriiord-in Sbuth'Nihth"street, West Side, with thirteen members and one visitor present. The devotional period was conducted by-Mrs. Cdn3lfT~with We^'hymns, "Love fiio'^and Y 'My-Je"Rus-"l.Love Tfiee"," b^ing sunig followecl BY "the Sb'ripture reading^ Thc"que3tlo:."Hox was conducted by Mrs. Ernest Hcffley. The study book, "Congo Crosses," was conducfed'by Miss'Rosalie Swink. ' The business session was In charge of the" president, MIsg Swink. A nominating .committee, consisting of -Miss"- Mary Parkhill,, Mrs.' Ernest Hefflcy, Miss Lois Bcnford and Mrs. Robert Floto,.was appointed-to select offlccrs 'for "the" hew year". A delightful social hour followed "the business' session and delicious refreshments, in keeping with George Washington's birthday, wore served by a comimttce consisting of Miss Lloydella" Gangawcrc, 'Mrs.. Robert I Floto and the hostess. loyos of the billing department. The ommlltee in charge consisted of fiss Edna Prinkey, Miss Mary :oync, Miss Minnie Welgley. Miss Monica Atkins, Miss Edna Kcslar nd Mrs. Ora Englcka. Appointments were In keeping with Saint Patrick's Day and places or sixty-five were laid at the beauti- ully arranged tables. Decorations Â·onslstcd of jonquils, sweet peas and napdragons. Favors were small Teen baskets filled with mints, paper hats and other St. Patrick's Jay novelties. The dcliciously prepared "menu consisted of chicken vith all the trimmings. George E. Martin, chief clerk in he billing department, was toastmaster and a line program was presented entirely by tnlcnt from the billing department. It was: Vocal solos, Miss Gladys Albright imd Miss Pauline Blade; quintet, Miss Ann Rnnkln, Miss Edna Krslnr, Miss Nevada. Bishop, Miss Dorothy Witt nnd Miss Rhea Light; reading, Miss Jean VanNatta; Impromptu numbers, vocal solo. "My Hero," Earl Graham; 'Moonlight and Roses," by a chorus composed of all men employes of the department. The occasion was enlivened with enthusiastic group singing. Miss Edna Kes!ar was tho accompanist. In behalf of the employes, Mr. Martin presented Mr. Hemp with a beautiful lounging chair. Remarks of thanks Â»nd appreciation by Mr. Hemp, followed. A bouquet of jonquils, sweet peas and snapdragons 1 , Uie centerpiece at the speakers' table, WBÂ« given to Mrs. Hemp, who was a special guest. Of the sixty-five employes present, eleven seated nt the speakers table have seen from fourteen to thirty- one years of service in the billing department. They aic: Miss Gladys Albright, Miss Edna Prinkey, Sanford Inks, Miss Kuth Burkholder Miss Sara Adams. Miss Clara Adams George E. Martin, B. H. Willard Miss Harriet Cover, Miss Bertha Falk Â»nd Mr. Hemp. Successful Party Held By Mt. Pleasant Club A successful bridge and cootie party was given "ihursday evening at the home of the Misses Evans In Church street. Mount Pleasant, by the Junior Women's Socla! Club o Mount Pleasant. The party was to members and friends. Six table were called Into play for contrac and auction bridge and two fo cootie. Prizes were awarded as fol lows: Contract--high, Mrs. Frank Pre moshis; second, Mm. Rodger W. Me Naushton; third. Miss Marguerit Clark; auction--high, Mrs. Ned Cul ler; cootie--Mrs. Lucinda Hixon o RuffJdalc and Miss Jane Fisher. Lunch was sered by the soda committee, comprising Mrs. FrarJ Naylor, chairman, Mrs. Alex Cope land, Miss Eleanor Broun, Missc Feme and Ethel Hosteller and Mrs Lewis Ilarrcr, assisted by the prcsi dent, Mrs. J. S. Blackburn. Appoint ments In keeping with George Wash Ington's birthday were cleverly car ricd out. T. N. T. CLUB'S BANQUET HELD AT OLD HOMESTEAD :Thp. T. N. T. Club held its annua banquet Tuesday evening at the Ol Homestead on tho Pennsville roac Appointments were In keeping wit Washington's Birthday and places fo sixteen members and one guest wcr laid at the beautifully appointee table. Bingo was played utter th banquet, prizes being awarded a follows: High, Miss Elizabct Maccyko and Howard Blackston low, -Miss Eleanor Harvey an Samuel Mosholder; draw, Mias Loll Ringer and James Rulll. The re mainder of the evening was devote to dancing. _;Thc next meeting will be held a ,thc-home of Mrs. Eleanor Mongcll eign Wars Home In South Pittsburg street. Officers cliccd were: Prcsl- cnt, Mrs. Hazel! Hcrwick; senior cc-prcsident, Mrs. Lottie Strawn; crotary, Mrs. Miidlyn Welsh; trcas- rer, Mrs. Mary Fagan; chaplain, rs. Clara DcBolt; patriotic instruc- r, Mrs. Ruby Harshman; historian, rs. Edith Darby; conductor, Myrtle .cwart; assistant conductor, Mrs. ary B. Tober; guard, Mrs. Laura elms; assistant guard, Mrs. Ruth clson. Guests were Mrs. Nell B. Wilson, ilef of stsilT, and Miss Mary Mackey, tale president, of Pittsburgh; Mrs. lac Fasbrink, president of the niontown Auxiliary, Mrs. William osgrove, past president, Mrs. Helen IOOVCT, secretary, and Mrs. John Gnddis. nil of Uniontown. Donations made to the nc\v auxi- ary were: Altar cloth, Uniontown Auxiliary; Bible, Mrs. Mackey; bnl- ot box, Mrs. Nolle B. Wilson, chief f staff; flag and gavel, Commander lerman Welkcr. ~ i Special Meeting. -pavidson Local No. 6320, U. M. W. Ax will hold a special meeting at Lciderkranz Hall, E. Fairview Ave., Sunday, February 27th at 2:30 P. M. Very important. George- --Miller,- Pjresidcnt; Walter Stimmel, Financial Secretary.--Advertisement.--25- feb-2t. V: D A N C E J -Saturday, Feb. 26th T : SLOVAK HALL ' r. West Side. ; . Auspices St. John's Sodality. Â·John Kurti and Ills Orchestra Hours: 8 to 12. Will Meet Tonight. The Wednesday Nile Club will meet tonight at the home oÂ£ Mrs. J. E. Schell at South Connellsville. Members are asked to please note "WASTED TO BUY Old Fashioned Articles Fnrnitiire, Cflassivurc, 'Old' Scenery Pictures, etc. Abraham. Watson I'A. . in Jeftcrson street. OPEN HOUSE AT THE B E L L TELEPHONE BLDG. 145 E. CRAWFORD AVE. CONNELLSVILLE o Today (Friday) Is the Last Day! Â· Â· GUIDES ON DiUTY FROM 1 TO 9 P.M. Everybody Welcome! Color Eiichaiitment for Your Spread Peacock Design MakcH Effective Decoratioi PATTERN 5920 The colorful plumage of the regal pcncock--nn effective way of odding distinction to nn old or new bedspread! So easy to do, the stunning result is well worth the time spent on this simple embroidery. 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