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P \ r r T V ) DAILY COURIER, CONT-ELLS^TLLE, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, Seventy Attend American Legion Auxiliary Get-Acquainted Meeting Onp ot the outstanding social events of lust t ii?ht was a get acquainted m e-tmg held by tho American Logiou A u x i l i a r y In the Legion room, North PiUsbur? street Approximately seventy men bers of the auxiliary, Milton L Bishop Post, the American Legion, uitl tnt'uls were in attendance and WCMO ent rtained with a highly inter- pstlns; frogram A feature WAS a FiiUc federation Interallieadea An(lent Combattants program put on by the fldac tommlttoe of the American Legion Auxiliary to the LaFayette Post, U n i t 51, of Unioiitown. The following represented the several countries. Franco, Mrs. G. W. Williams; England, Mrs. Horlick; Bel- glum, Mrs. Wliitby; Poland, Mrs. Reed, IUly, Mrs Williams; Siberia, Mis. Gordon Sllbaugh; Rumania, Mrs. George Broad, United States, Mrs. Polly Cook Dixon. Mia. Kmma Cook Litnian was pianist and Miss Elizabeth O'Brvou was general chairman and dlrct tor of the program. The follow m? additional numbers were d e l i g h t f u l l y given by local talent. Vocal duet, Miss Frances Louist Means and Miss Twigg, accompanied by Phil McMullin; tap dancing, Billy Keflor and David Lepera, piano solo, Miss Angela Bosleti reading, Mrs S. M. Grimm. Games were also enjoyed during the evening. Prizes were awarded to Miss Anna Lloyd an 1 Mis Wliitby. The program was supplemented by a dainty lunch served by the social committee. Others £res( nt from Uniontov, n In addition to fiose taking part in the program wpre Mrs. W. J. Lloyd, state director, Mrs Margaret McHugh, piesldent of tho Unlontowu Auxiliary, and Miss Anna Llojd. Tho regular meeting of the auxiliary -will be hettl Monday night in the Legion rooms Mrs. L S. Robbing tho pi evident, desires a largo attendance, MFSICALE AT PRESBYTERTAK C HlltCn WELL ATTENDED Despite the mountain storm many music lovers from Connellsnlle and surrounding towns attended a musicale given last night in the First Presbyterian Church under the auspices of the J. L. Proudfit Class of the Sunday tchool. The mjsical program was presented by Mrs. J Montgomery Dllworth, organist-accompanist; Miss Sarah S Homer, soprano, Mrs. Leona Morey Davis, contralto, and M.!ss Paulino Hombach, violinist, all pi eminent in musical circles. The program was interhpei sed with delightful readings by Miss Lois Hodll of Uniontown. The mufcicaie was one ot the most brilliant to be ghen here in many months and tho au'hence thoroughly enjoyed every number of the well selected program. Out-of-town persons were present from Unioutown, Mount Braddock, Scottdaio and Mount Pleasant. Y. P. C. U. YOUNG PEOPLE'S RALLY Officers of the Young People's Christian Union of tho Westmoreland PreHbytt rial held a district rally laat night in the First United Presbyterian Church for the young people of the local, Scottdale and Mount Pleasant churche*!. About twenty-fjeven were In attendance. Miss Winifred Willis, of the Bethel Church of Irwin, president of the Young People's Christian Union of the Westmoreland Presbyterlal, presided over the meeting and gave a talk. Edward. Pntton of Braddoclc and Mies Bather' Quinn of New Kensington, Presbytorian officers, also spoke. A gocial hour was enjoyed later in the evening. Lunch was served. SETOW HILL DEBATERS DEFEAT WESTMINSTER TEAM Seton Hill College debaters won laet night in a spirited debate with Westminster College, the Soton Hill team upholding the negative ot the Question, "Resolved, that the adoption by the American colleges of the Wisconsin experimental plan would be beneficial to the intellectual developments of undergraduates." Dinner Meeting Planned. The Unity Fraternity will hold its regular monthly dinner meeting at tho "West Crawford avenue elub rooms ThursdBy at 6:30 o'clock. A committee heac'ed by Charles R. Driscoll is in charge of the menu and entertainment wll' be provided by a committee headed by Warren W. Halbrttter After the dinner there will bo a business session. Meeting Postponed. The rogula Kneeling of the O|ad--TJ- Kum Club, which was to have beeu held Mondiy night at the home of Mra. W. K Blsel of Chestnut streec, has been postponed Indefinitely on acc o u n t of toe serious illness of Mrs, BKoI's iistei, Mrs. E. V. Sommers of Tttc omu, Wash. Baptist Aid Meets. The Ladle*' Aid Society of the First Baptist Church held a briot mootimt Inet night In the church. I'l.uis v ere mado to serve a noon lunthoo i for tho public this month. O w i n g 10 the inclement weather the attendance wius smaller than usual. 1. 0. M. Class Monda). The monthly buslaets and social meeting of thd F O. M. Bible Class of the M J Church will be hold at tho church Monday evening. All members are aakinl to be theie. MRS. SCHULTZ RE-ELECTED HEAD OV U. B. MISSIONARY SOCIJETY Approximately lifty monibeiB and friendt, of tho Woman'*! Millenary Association o! tibe First United Brethren Church attended the rogular meeting loet night at tho homo of Mrs. E. E Ostprwise in Bast Green street. The meeting opened with de- votlonals conducted by Mrn. C' W. Kern, after which Mrs F A. llarah took charge of the mission study book, "From Jerusalem to Jerusalem " Talks on the lesson study ware given by Mta. EJrnewt Whtpkey, Mrs WilHara M. Fox, Mrs Otherwise ami Mre I. D. Younkin. Mn. Harah cloeed the program with a i alk on how t-he members of the fooclet/ could hel-p with th* work among the Indians, with W'hich the fifth chapter of the study book deals mostly Muses Olive and li/stlver Omtet wise sa ig a solo, "America the Beautiful." 'J he wonder box was conducted by MM, Osterwiee. The program was followed by the business meeting, presided ovor by the presl-den , Mrs. "E A Schultz. Officers for i he ensuing year were elected ae follows- Preeklent, Mrs. E A. Schultr , vice-president, Mrc. O 0 Otherwise secretary, Mss William S. Warmuth; assistant eecretary, Mrs. Ernest Whip) ey; treasurer, Mrs. G. R. Zimmerman; mission study teacher, Mrs F A 'larah; assistant, Mrs. Corene Kuhna; thank off-enng secretary, Mrs. I. D Younkln; assistant, Mrs. F. A. H-irah; secretary of literature, Mrs J E Bchard; aeetetant, Mrs. C. A. Beeman; secretary of stewardship, Mre S. K Huoy; aesist- ant, Mrs. C. V. Kern; collector*, Mrs. B. C. Henry, Mre. Ada Moyl-es, Mrs. Anna Ulery md Mrs. A. G. Hoover; pianist, Mrs. L. G. Hoover; assistant, Mrs. S. K. H ley. Mrs G. R. Zimmerman and Mrs. C. W. Kern were elected de^ a.tcs to the branch lon- ventlon in Jane- at Phillipsburg. At the close of the prograin lunch wa.s served by a committee composed of Mre. F E Kreger, Mr«. Richard BJtenour, M-a Walker Herwick. and Mrs. Harry Vouakin. LOCAL M1MSIONARY WOMEN OBSERVE \t ORLD DAY OF PRAYER Aibout twc 'ity-three women representing diffe ent missionary societies of the city braved . the inclement weather to ittend tae- service held Friday afte- noon in the Christian I Church in observance of the annual S World Day t Prayer for Missions. Mrs. Peter R Weimer, president of the Woman' Missionary Society of the host church, presided and Mre, W. II. Berger was leader. The meeting was marked by a splendid program. Pray rs were offered for the work that Is being done in the mission fields all ovi r the world. There was a period at prayer for each society represented. J!. M. S. Class. The E. M. S. Class of the Methodist Protestant f-unday School met last evening in the church wlbh twenty- one membeis present. The meeting was conducted by the president, Betty Floto. Gooc* reports were «ub- m It ted by com mitt DOE. The aim of the class is to have one hundred per cent in attendance at Sunday school, Sunday. A xm red-dish luncheon will be given In the near tature A good program follow etl the business seeelon. It consisted of readings by Mise Betty McCormick and Mtes Mary Zimmerman; piano solo, Frances Clabaagh, end a play, presented by Missee Martha Yoder, Betty McOornitck and Mary Zimmerman Dainty refreshments ·were served by Thelma M-eans, Gladys Splndler anl Edith Lewellen. The April meeting will be held at the home of Frances Olabaugh. True Bine Class. The March meeting of the True Blue Class of th« Mount Braddocfe Sunday School was held at the home of Miss Edna Ainsley l with Mrs. Francis AcUms as assisting ho«tess. After busiu -SB was disposed of the class enjoyed a social hour, with guessing contests providing the chien amusement. Prices w«re given Mrs Charles Holland, Mrs. Tony Jeneway and Mrs. Hirle Crayton. Appointments in keeping with St Patrick'* Day, with 1 my shamrocks as favors featured the dainty lunch. Mrs. Ortha Livingston is teacher. The April meeting wil! bo at the home of Mrs. Paul Baker with Mrs. James Cunningham as assisting hostess. ' ' Aid Society Meeting-. The Ladies Aid Society of the Summit Methodist Protestant Church hold 1U regular monthly business meeting Thursday a.ternoon at the home of Mrs. Janieii Barnhart. There were twelve present. Mrs. McDowell led the devotional. A social hoair late In the afternoou was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Barnhart served lunch She was assisted by M ss Ve-ra Lainbie and Mrs, Minnie Barnhart Tlie next meeting will be held Thursday, April 3, at the home of Mr John BarnharL "Round the Clock Wim Milady Four change* a day who would be through. Dame make a series of rapid clock at variotH period* (From, left to right) at tailored init is quite wear. Tbat ·drlsed forltb* yenBC gM f attired ti« whoU 3»y hiM ordered that «h« mn*t ehafs; sccordine to th» from br*kfaat to oedthn*. 11:80 a. Bk, AM anvy bin* appronriat* tat «fUnto«n b*! ted gray tweed affair that afford* perfect free- do-1 on the link* or tennis court. At five, milady do- m her tea gvwn. It has a high waistline and four- pic M overaldrtc set off by black long gloves and clc le-fttting black bat to match. For evening wear D* «· Fashion advocate* this lace raffled' evening go m, wWeh may oarwa the ground but not ·weoy $ REV. J. D. THOMAS DIES IN MARYLAND; ONCEATRUFFSDALE RUFFSDALE, March 1.--Word has been received bore of the death tu Frederick, Md., of Rov. J. D. Thomas, (pnner pastor of Christ Roforaeti Church, who retired from the pastorate here in 1926 and moved to Maryland, where he had engaged la supply work. His widow sarvives. Burial took place in Maryland. Rev. Thomas was born In Washington township, Lehlgh county, October 12, 1856, and received hia education at Weaversrlllo Academy and Heidol- borg College and Seminary, In Ohio. His was given tho degree of Doc*or of Philosophy by bis alma mat^r. He was ordained in 1887 by the Pittaburg Classis and Served pastorates in Crawford county, Ptu, Germanunvn, Ohio, Bloomaburg. Pa.. Manor, Md.. and Ruffadale. Hum mage Sale. ' Will be held by Friendship Bible Class, Reformed Chimb. Wednesday, March 12, corner Plttsburg street and Fairview avenue.--Advertlsttmoat.-- 8mar-3t. TRAFFIC OF11CER SCOLD 5 LINDY By United Pi *». DEL MONTt, Oai,, Char1« A. Lindbergh i America's otUsbimling a state hilghwaj officer a (raffle blocker, "When Lindbergh's gl on tho Btiite highway 8 from PebWo Bwuh th wind ctirrents, alwut held up by the blockai A traffic officer apt scene, scolded Lindbe untft«gl«il the tlr- up. Registry Lists Fo GREEN SB URG, Marc sending out the regiht sessore in the 223 boro bhlp elect ion precincts land county ^ai compl BoroBgh attd 'ownshl days are March 18 and cities registration day March 8.-my be one of leroes, hut to he is merely der descended imo five tnllen ough lack, of 76 cars were i jared on the gh and then ·warded. i 8.--Work of y lists to as- tgh and town- in Westmore- ted yesterday, i registration 9. Third rlasa s April 30. «a», Tax KARRISBOIUf, Mar h 8 --Collections oi trasolino tax di ring February amounted to 13,^30,869 if which $280,680 is returnable to the counties whence collected. , WHITSETT MAN IS ARRESTED ON CHARGE FOR ATTACKING GIRL to Th« Courier. tKNIONTOWN, March 8 --Following a chase since last August 31, extending through several states and a number of cities, aulhoritieb arrested Mike G-Hldar!»i, 40, of Whttsett, wanted here a«i a fugitive from justice on a s-hitua- tory charge Friday at Castle Shannon No. 3 mine in Allegheny county where h-e was working as a miner. Oaldarisi was said by police to have attacked 14-year-old Mildred Yano- vitoh, iu the former's home at Whitsett, last August 29, and her condition was such after the attack, police say, tha-t her life was despaired of for weeks, in the Brownsville General Hospital where she was taken the day following the attack fountains Authorised, GRKBNSBURG, March 8.--The county commissioners yesterday opened bids for the installation of a new water cooling system ia the courthouse which is to be installed in the basement. This will supply four drinking lountains, one ou each floor. for Bargains T If so, rave! UH achortWng columns if Th* Daily Oourlar. unt tit Yanderbili. A pagean , ' The Keepers of the Flame," will be presented tomorrow evening at 30 o'clock at the Christian Churc! at Vandcvbilt by tho Christian E ideavor Society, There will be a i 'jhearsal tomorrow afternoon at 2 i clock ami *very person in the cast * requested to be oraent. Results 1 Sure! V hon you use Classified Atis. hi TOK Dally Conrior. Tho cost is small, rtsulta axe big. COMMEMORATING Our Recent Business Expansion M. BERNARDO Connella viile'» Oldest Wall Paper and Paint Dealer Announces tie Formal of the New Store at 1 1 1 W. Apple St Saturday, March 8 and Monday, March 10 *OU win please consider this anno ineement yoiJr invitation to at- tencl our opening. We would hav you see our complete line of 1930 Wall Papers direct from tho facto ry-^-in latest designs and colors -- at moderate prices. You will marvj 1 remarkable -value in the new "Qleufaat" Wall Papers. Government tested, scientifically made, durable" colors that will not fade! Alt o we want you to note th« ' low prices on our big line of famous DBVC F Paints, Varnishes and Devoe Mirrolac Enamel. We are proud of om' new home, and believe that you, too, will be pleased. You will be trader no obligation to buy. Souvenirs for the Ladies Free-- 1 / 4 Pint Can DEVOE Mirrolac Enamel or Stain Balloons for Kiddles, Ace animated by Parents. M. BERNARDO. 5 lOc Wall Paper Co. Wholesale and Retail-- All Grades of Wall Paper. Ill West Apple Street, Connellsville, Pa. Rev. C. M. Coulter Re-Elected Dawson District S. S. Head Rev. Crawford M. Coulter, pastor of tne Dawson P)esbyterian Church, was re-elected president of Dawson District No. t5, Fsiyette County Sunday School Associntion, at the annual convention Friday afternoon and evening sit Bast Liberty Presbyterian Church at Vaniterbtlt. Other officers chosen follow. Vice- president, Detmer S. Cottom; secretary, Bdward T. Badd; treasurer, Howard R. MeBurney. Superintendents named are- Missions, Rev. Alexander Loffer; Christian education, Albert VanHorn. school administration R«r. William F. S«itt«r; homo und extension, Miss NaMto Snyder; class organization, R. B. Bamcr; teacher training, Mrs. J. M. Murtland: parent training, Mrs. H. D. Shallentwrgor; music, Curte C. Collins; tempenujtjo, W. C. Handlln; community serrl«e, Benjamin - S. Daries; adult, J. C. King; young people, John S. P'-fttt; children, Miss Grace Snyder. Tho election wes at the afternoon session, at which all business -if .the district was transacted. O. C. Collins led the song aerrice and .Rev. Seitter of the Methodist JJplacopal Church at Dawson conducted the devotional period. Mr. CoBUna, A. VanHorn, Burt S. Means, Henry GUmore and Frank Zora were oa th« nominating com- Dr. George W. Wellborn of Philadelphia, superintendent of Christian education of the State Sabbath School Association, gave -alts at the evening session which wan attended by nearly 300 persons, including many delegates from the Hickory Square Methodist Protestant, Tyrone Prosoyter- ian, Bryan Met hoc 1st Episcopal, Dawson Methodist Episcopal, Dawaoa Baptist, Dawson Presbyterian. V»n- derbllt Pre»byt»rian, Vaderbllt Christian, VanderrtK Methodist Episcopal and Libert} Presbyterian Sunday scboote, embraced in the district. In Ms first appearance. Dr. Wellburn gave a very brief discussion, on "Leadership Training," In part it was a technical talk on the different courses. He said that its object was "to prepare teachem to make our Sunday schools more efficient." "A Great Teacher and a Great Book" was the iheme of Dr. Wellburn's- address, jle declared that "a great teacher no only Is one that teaches but one *ho gets the pupils to give their bent efforts." He said that "the Bible Is the great book and we know it. Yet we don't take' the time to read it sufficiently to become familiar with it." Tho attendance banner was awarded to the Vande-biH Christian Sunday Scbvol whi h was represented by 78 delegates. L. G. Hoover, president oC Con- nellsvlUe district, installed the newly elected officer* la the absence of Judge Johu W. Dtiwson of Uniontown, county association head. Harry C. Ru*b conducted UM orchestra which provided music. Curte C. Collins had diarge of the song service, i Rev. J. It. Cogiey of toe Vanderbilt Methodist Episcopal Church offered prayer. Her. Alexander Loffer of the Dawaou Baptist Church invoked th« benediction. A men's quartet also provided music. Eighty persons were in attendance at the fellowship supper which was served by the Smile Class of the host church. An interesting entertainment was presented. The Grim Reaper MRS. RETTA B. PAGE. The funeral service for Mrs, R*tti Brewer Page, widow of G«eorg« Pag* will be held tomorrow ifternoon a J o'clock at the late home near Btai Junction, Perry township. Rer. Las Ho Megargo*, pastor or the Flatwx5« Baptisf Church, will officiate. Inior rnent will be made In Provldaict Cemetery, near Perryopolto. GEORGE ADAMS. MOUNT PLEASANT. March ^-' George Adams, 52 y«a«i, 10 mon h« and 20 days, died y«et«rday at b* homo of his cousin, Benjamin Adain« near Keckeburg. Tho funeral service will be h«W to morrow afternoon at th» homo. EDWARD M-OUNT PLE1ASANT, March 8.-- fl'hj, funeral service for Edward Witt, »h« died yesterday, will be held Mow las afternoon ai the Ohurch of God. The Mount P1«a»ant Volunteer Flr» He- partment, of which he was a m*mler, will attend in a body. Interment will be made in tho Mount Pleasant Cemetery. MRS SARAH MoCLAIN. Mrs Sarah McClain, 72. wita of J H McClain, died Thursday afternoon a(TM4 o'cloo^jt in her home, near ew Smnton after a lingering UlneM. He- sides her husband she Is Borvired b; four sons and four daughters as '!· lows: Charles Smith McClain, n-5r,i Donegal; Mrs. W. C. Barktoy, Tonig- wood; Joseph K. McClaiu, n«ar ^ew Stanton; Edgar J. McClain, South Greensburg, Henry, New Stantnn; Lourinda J. Stout, near Younswoxl; Elizabeth McClain, at home and Mrs. Lloyd Shaw. Mount Pleasant. Twccty- nine grandchildren ami seven great- grandchildren also survive. The funeral aerrlce will be bold Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock a| the Fairmouni Church, near Llgrm- ier. Interment in. the Fatemounl Cemetery. CHARLES fi PIERCE DIES AT HOME HERE AFTER YEAR'S ILLNESS Charles Harper Pierce, W years old, well-known resident of Connellsrille, died Friday at bi« home, 314 North Prospect street. He had been in poor health for over s year. He WAD afflicted with jvaralyeis which caused him to lose bis ssuwch. Mr. Pierce waii born in Oonnells- ville Octoter 31, 1865, a aon of the late Cecil and Mary Pieree. He later moved to Dun bar, where he renided until 14 years ago when he returned to Cotmellsville. Mr. Pierce was engaged In the coil and real eotate business until his late illness. He was a member of Trial y Lutheran Church. He was married to HiBa Sarah Hennessey of Dnnbai, who «urvlres, with the following children: J. C. Pierce, C. F. Pierce and Mra. Elizabeth Lincoln, all of Conn JllBville and William Pierce of darks ourg, W. Va, He ia also survived br 11 grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. O. P. Koplin, and one brother, William Pierce, both of Akron, Ohio. The body wae removed by Funeral Director French 3. Durst to the home of Mr. Pierce'a daughter, Mrs. Lincoln, 305 North Prospect street, where the funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Dr. W. H. | Hetrlck, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, assisted by Rev. D. K Ml nerd, will officiate.' Interment will he in Hill Grove Cemetery. ( JAMES B. M GLUMPHY, CIVIL WAR VETERAN, DIES AT AGE OF 92 James B. Mcf lumphy, Civil War veteran and widely known in Washington and Gree 10 counties, died Friday afternoon a! the panley Hotel at West Mnley, Washington county. He was 92 years of age. Mrs. Ati-aa G inn oC Dawson Is among the »u,n iving children. Mr. McGlumphy was engaged in mercantile business at Fairmont for sometime. For aever.il years he was secretary of the .Tatlttown Fair Association. MRS. The funeral_ service for Mrs. Missouri Ellen Mathias of Grindstone ^nll be held Stmd-ay afternoon at 2 o'clock !n the Church of God at Mount Pleasant, followed by interment la the church cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave tho home at 1 o'clock. ARTHUR COLLINS. The funeral service for Arthur Col-* llus was held at the home of George Martin, a haltbroth«r, in North First street, at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Rev. George R. Krupp, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, jfll- ciated. Members of Walter E. Brown Post, V, F. W., In charge of Thomas A. Dailey, formed a firing squad which fired volleys across the grav* of the SpanHh-American War veteran. A R, Lambert sounded tape.' Interment was In Hill Grove Cemetery. DAVfD P. PATTERSON. The funeral service for David P. Patterson, who met his death in au automobile accident in Bo-wling Green, Ohio, wag held yesterday with, Cull military honors accorded by meml-ers of the "Walter B. Brown Post, Vet- . erans of Foreign Wars. Th« service was held at the home of Mrs. Es(.h«r Patterson, mothei of the young man, In Rac« street. Hev. George R. Krupip, pastor of the Hutted Presbyterian Church, officiated. At the cemetery the firing squad wai i*v charge of Thomas Dailey. Taps ner'e sounded by A. R. Lambert, Fall- bearers were Mack Patterson, Paul G. Wagoner, Chester K. MeKea.ou, Ewing« Harmon, Howard Moore' Mid Smith Patterson. AUBREY SUGGESTED AS GRUNDY RUNNING MATE B; United Press. WASHINGTON, March 8^--flhuriff Thomas K. Aubrey of layette county, Pa, 1 was recommended to Se*Litr Joseph R. Grundy aa a «altabk» *n- dtdate for lieutenant governor on tho Gptindy--flwi» tietoet. He WBB introduced to the eenator by a group from Fayette county. 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