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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLiE, PA. "4TURDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1938. By LYNNE B. KDJCELL Elinor L. Duggan Becomes Bride Of Harold M. Deas, Georgia Man; Reception Supplements Ceremony, A -wedding of social prominence took place today at tho rectory of the Immaculate v Conception Church when" Miss Elinor 'Louise Duggan, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., of S07 South Pittsburg street, "became "the bride o£ Harold Morgan Df as, 01 Atlanta, Ga., son of Mr, and Mrs. William Jackson Deas of Atlanta and JUlgusla; Ga. The ceremony was performed at noon by "Rev. Michael F. Bonfleld, assistant pastor of the church, in the 1 presence of Immediate members of the two families. The bride wore a sage blue crepe dress, with a smart eton jacket, with embroidered" ~ flowers adorning the neck and sleeves, a matching kldskln hat and black, accessories. Her"shoulder corsage was of gardenias, lilies of the \alley and silver foliage, tied with silver ribbon Miss Marcclla Llghtburn of Pittsburgh, the bride's maid of honor and only attendant, wore a beige crepe dress with Paris sand colored accessories, and a shoulder- cbrsage of pcrnet rosebuds ind blue iris, tied with beige satin ribbon. Tho bride's mother chose a tailored Paris sand colored dress with a bolero jacket, and black accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of orchids, tied with orchid satin ribbon. ' Thornton Dcas'of Atlanta was his brother's best man. The ceremony was supplemented by a reception nt the home of the bride's parents. One hundred guests were present. The rooms were made attractive with spring flowers, potted plants, palms ami ferns. A buftet luncheon was served. The beautifully appointed table was centered with two-tier wedding cake, ornamented with a diminutive bride and bridegroom leaving a church. A blanker of mixed spring flowers, extending from either sido of the cake to the end of the table, further featured the decorative motif. Souvenir boxes of wedding cake, tied with whltd satin ribbon, were favors. The bride w«s graduated /rom the Connellsville High School with the Class of 1934 and attended Fairmon' Junior College for Women and Marjory Webster College for Women both at Washington, D. C. The bridegroom Is a graduate o Richmond Academy, Augusta, Ga. and ot Georgia Institute of Tcchnol ogy, Atlanta. He is employed at thi Abbott Laboratory at Atlanta. On their return from a two weeks wedding trip to Miami, Fla., Mr. am Mrs. Deas will be at home In Nort'r Emory road, Atlanta. For traveling the bride chose a dark blue suit will a gray fox collar and a shoulder corsage of orchids. Out-of-town guests here for th reception Were: Mr. and Mrs. Orvill Devlin, Miss Marie McCahill, Mr and Mrs. James Callahan, Mr. an Mrs. Thomas Thornton, Mr. and Mrs James McLaughlln, Miss Helen Sten ell, Morris Cohen, Mr. and Mrs, Joh Duggan, III, Martin Flannlgan, Sena tor B. B. McGinnls, James McNcllls Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wurtz an daughters, Misses Ellen and Mary Jo Miss Carolina Nincr and Norblt Welch of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mr. Jphn J. Finnerty, Arthur Byrne, Ar Ihur Byrne, Jr., Misses Florence an Louise Byrne, Mrs. Frank Plsula Mr. and Mrs. Frank Byrne, Mr. an Mrs. Edward Flora, Mr.'and Mr John Byrne, Jr., of Scottdalo, Mr. an Mrs. Joseph Rodgcrs and William Balling of Unlontown, Gerald Tier ncy of Washington, D." C., Mr. an Mrs. George Cochran and son, Jacl of Homer City, Mr. ond Mrs. Edgar J. Donehy of Buffalo, N. Y., Miss Jane Reed of Fairmont, W. Va., Mis Gcrrl Brunncr of Cleveland, Miss Ida Sicbcr of Dawson and Miss Virgene Allan of Sault Stc. Marl' Mich. MRS. A. D. FKLMER HOSTESS TO MISSION CIRCI/E Girls Missionary Circle No. ? c tho First Methodist Protcstar Church met Thursday night at _th home of Mrs. Albert D. Fulmer I Morrell avenue, Greenwood. Th meeting opened with a ,hymr "Jesus I Leva . Thee." . Scntcnc prayers followed. The question to* was conducted by Mis. Fulmer. Miss Ella HefTley g.ivo a talk "Tithing and Missions." A delightful social hour followed tha business session, Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted- by Mi.ss Wanctta Yodcr v DORIS F. PHILLIPS IS _ .ENGAGED TO FLINT MAN Mr* and Mrs. Lmn V. Phillips of the National, Pike West, near TJnion- to'.vn, announce the engagement of their.daughter. Miss Doris Folding Phillips, to Russoll Spencer Bishop, Jr., of Flint, Mich. The wedding will be an event of the latter part of June. Miss Phillips attended Winchester School, Pittsburgh, and Is a graduate of Wcstovor, Mlddlebury, Conn. Mr. Bishop Is a graduate of Dartmouth. Aanderbilt Auxiliary Plans Health Rrbgram A health program will be given at ic March meeting of the Junior uxiliary lo the Saturday-Afternoon lub of Vanderbilt to-be held Tues- ay evening at the home of Mrs, :clen Mulnc. Mrs. Gladys Bctz will xs leader. - - A business session, to be presided vcr by the president, Mrs. Jessie irady, will precede the program, lARQE CARD PARTY GIVEN BY DAWSON ALTAR SOCIETY One of th! largest and mosfcrljoy- ble social events at Dawson In re- ent .months was a prc-Lonlen five- Undrcd and bridge party given Wednesday night by the Altar Society f the Sncrcd Heart Catholic Church Vlrs. Chnrlci Gaal was. general chairman. Her aides were Mrs. J. B Juldenshuh and MiSg" Mary Bfind- lingcr. Tables were placed In every nvail- ble space of the largo .social hal £ the church and It was necessary o place several in the dinlngroom o: he parsonage. Prlres were won as ollows! Five hundred, Bernice Gilles- uo; Joseph Stoskos, Mrs. John Ferari, Miss Margaret Banner, Miss Theresa Haggerty, Mrs. Owen Slain and Edward Stonor; Bridge-Mis. Dora "Rmesmlth, Ted Shaner and Mrs. Harry Cochran; door--Mrs "ennle Pastmo; special, Miss Hclci Uchter. After the games dainty re- rcshmenls were served, with Mrs ohn Scringo In chnrgd, atslstod y Mrs John May, Miss Mary Connelly and Mrs. John Ward. 'ANCYWORK CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. JESSE PRATT The East Liberty Fancywork Club was delightfully entertained Thurs day evening nt the home of Mrs Jesse Pratt at Liberty, with ten members and three guests, Mrs. Kat Jacobs of Pittsburgh, Mrs. C. S. Har per and Mr.s, Harry Shallonberger nrcsont. Alter a short business ECS slon bingo was the diversion of th evening. Prizes were awarded. U Mrs."Ida Hunker, Mrs. Kate Jacob and Mrs. Clydo Randolph. Mrs Trunk Husband received tho draw prize and Mrs. J. C. Jacobs tha club prize... Lunch was served by tho hostess, assisted by her daughter. Miss Martha. The next meeting will bo held March 10 at the home of Mrs. Randolph of Liberty. WEDNESDAY NITE CLTJB MEETS WITH MRS. JAMES E. SCHELL The Wednesday Nito Club was entertained Friday night by Mrs. James E. Schell at her home at South Con- ncllEvillo. Two tables of five hundred were tn play, Mrs. Harry Clawson and Mrs, Anna Lutz were winners of prizes. Mrs. Schell served a delicious lunch, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Julia Girard. The next meeting will bo held at the home of Mrs. J. D. Mortimer of Edna street on Wednesday night, March 9. -MUSIC ARRANGED FOR CULTURE CLUB MEETING Mrs. Posqualc Gighottl and Carl T. Anstinc will play piano numbers and Mrs. Lcland S. Whipkey will sing at the semi-monthly meeting of the Woman's Culture Club Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Two plays, "Mother's Cooking." ord "I Know George Washington," will be given. Mrs. Anstinc arranged the musical program. The .ncchng Is open to members and guests. GIRL SCOUTS WCLI/ GIVE MOTHER-DAUGHTER BANQUET _ At n meeting Monday night, Troop J, Girl Scouts, pf .tho First Methodist Episcopal Church decided to hold i moUjer-daughter banquet. A committee composed of Mary Carroll chairman, Bcrnlco Smith, Nclda Slvits, Emily Mae -Blucbaugh anc Mary Thompson, .was. appointed to pjan for .the event; which was previously announced as n father-daughter banquet. Miss Katherlno Humphrey Is captain of the troop. MISS HAZEL ZIMMERMAN AND LLCYD BLAIR MARRIED Miss Hazel Zimmerman of Pcrry- opolis and Lloyd J. Blair of Greensburg wero quietly married Tuesday evening at tho parsonage of the Flatwoods Baptist Church with the pastor, Rev. Gordon Vaughn, officiating. There were no attendants and only relatives witnessed the ceremony. The couple will reside In Greensburg. KESLAR FRIENDSHIP CLUB OF ACME TO MEET MARCH 4 The Keslar Friendship Club of Acme will meet Friday, March 4, at the home of Mis. Lcroy Slouffcr. The HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT io The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 20 -Hurst HiRh students presented a German minstrel at the high school auditorium Friday evening with a last of ISO pupils. Typical German folk dam.es and ongs featured the production, with Arrteiictm -romantic bnllnds, sling in English, find several speciality dances also being given. Marvin Stahl was interlocutor, with fohn MeU, Jimmy Joseph, George }ndrako and Bob Kennedy as the end men. Featured soloists included Betty ?etranlonl, Bob Kennedy, Jlrrtmy Joseph, Frances Knpallta, Adah Hello Blystone, Bruce Harr and John McU. Tho Llttie German Baml, popular In the school,_gave several numbers ·with Glenn Harr, Walter Rcgulla, Jnwrenec Hausele, Lnlrcl Lewis, Bob Srlbal, Heed Brown and Ed Chcrvak taking part. Jean Newill was pianist and Harry Haggerty, drummer. The Hurst Moonlight Hamblers, a hillbilly organization, gave several numbers. Tho minstrel was under the direction of Miss Ada Kalhryn Miller, director of music, assisted by Paul Jones. Mrs. Elizabeth M. RusSell was director of dramatic* and Miss Kunklc director of dances. Religions Council Reorganizes. The Council of Religious Education d£ this district met nt the church of the Brethren Thursday evening lor reorganization aftcf being- inactive for several years. Rev. Q. A. Tcske of Larmier, presl dent of the county organlratlon, presided and talked on the work of the Sunday School. Officers chosen are: President, Edward Bltner; vice-president, H6V V. O. Barnhart; secretary, Adclla Leeper and treasurer, Ocorgo Gearhart. Red Cro* Program The Junior Red Cross of Ramsny High School had charge of tho schoo' assembly Friday morning, with Mus Blanche Gnlley as faculty sponsor. A , Red Cross film was shown and musii' was furnished'by the High Schoo',, Orchestra. , Quests were Junior Rod Cross members of Scottdnlc High School. Knee Placed In Cost. Lester E. Mclndoe, 39 years old, of Youngwood, n WPA supervisor who sullercd a knee Injury, hnd a cast put on the knee at Frlclc Memorial Hospital Friday morning. He Is at his home. Attend Education Meet, Superintendent of School!! John C. Haborlcn and Wlllard Stevens, a teacher in the high school, left thli morning for Atlantic City whore they will attend an educational meeting Junior Auxiliary to Meet. The regular meeting of the Junior auxiliary at the Hospital Aid Society will bo held Monday evening at 6 o'clock at the hospital. Sportsmen to Meet. A meeting of the Mount Pleasant Sportsmen's Association uill ba held Monday evening In the Odd Fellows' room. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRKSS By S h e p a r d Barclay ·The Authority on Authorities" i , KEEP ON MANS a declarer g«ts panicky If ho realizes a wrong bid bj» himself, has lured his partner Into another bad one which landed him In an Illogical contract. In such spots, some players practically throw the cards around In any old way, taking It for grouted that the nldo is duo to be punished for Its bidding Bins. The jjreat player, however, who realizes that ho is ,prono to err occasionally, goes manfully to uorH on his crazy assignment and sometimes manages to pull the fat from the fire. + K 7 6 B · A 0 7 5 3 2 + 0 * A Q J 10 ¥ 7 5 2 + SS32 thing not bid, West led th« spade A and I when the K showed up tn dummy, decided he might as well continue that suit. East ruffed the K and returned th« heart J, which was won with tho A. The diamond K was cashed and followed by the club A. Tho declarer now rutted tho club J and cashed tho diamond A, discarding a spade, The diamond 3 was ruffed with the heart 9 and the hearts Q and K played. After winning tho two high clubs, the declarer gave Up tho last trick. South realized ho was tn a bod spot when he saw tho dummy but decided to "exert ovcry effort to make his contract. He did, with the loss of the spade A, the spade that was ruffed and the last trie)' Tomorrow's Problem 4 8 4 3 2 V A K Q » J Neither side (Dealer: South, vulnerable.) With poor bidding South landed In a contract of 4-HearU. Ho ·tartod with 1-Club. North 1-DUv mond, South 1-Hoart, North 2-Dta- mond«, South 2-No Trumps, North jS'DIamonds, South 3-Hearts and iNorth 4-Hearto. As the spado suit was th« only CAPTAIN KELLEY GETS 20-YEAR SERVICE MEDAL Scottdale Office Guest Of Hon'or at Tin Hat Dinner. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST ?K J D 6 4 J 7 5 2 4 A Q 10 3 « A Q 10 4 + 8 4. A 10 « 2 (Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable.) How -should South piny tot 4-Hearts after two diamond leads. News of Day At Dunbar DUNBAR, Feb. 26 --The next regular -mooting of Girl Scouts will be held Ifi thft NYA building Monday evening. The topic of study and discussion will 'OB birds' nests, Plans for the "kids party," an event of the near future, will bo made. Plans for a hlko will also be completed. Club Organized. A -jroup of local women met re- ccrtly at the homo of Miss Agnes NcTon and organized a book club. ^ Nemon was named president and Miss Gwendolyn Guyton, secre- UNCLE RUFE AND THE SMOKEY MOUNTAIN GANG WITH PETUNIA, CLEM, THE PUMPKIN CENTER FOLKS AND PINE RIDGE STRING BAND CONNELLSYILLE STATE ARMORY Saturday Evening, February 26th Benefit Medical Detachment Hunting Club. 110th Infantry Live Bahy Given, Away to Holder of Lucky Number. Admission--Adults 35c: Children £0c. S P. M.--Two Shows--10 r. M. Skunk Cabbage Diet Gives You Courage PORTLAND, Ore, Feb. 20--A diet of skunk cabbage for those who want couranc is recommended by Fred A. Hcnton, Alaska guide and big game hunter. After 32 yearn on Kodlnk Island, Hcnton Is convinced tho tflant Kodlnk bears arc the most itavoRO members OH their family, and could quickly dispose of tho Rocky Mountain grizzlies. Ho believes the vltnmlns in skunk cabbage, their favorite food, have something to do with It. Special Meellnc. Davidson Local No. 6320, U. M. W, A. will hold a special meeting at Lclderkranz Hall, E Fairvlcw Avo., Sunday, February 27lh at 2:30 P. M. Very. Important. George Miller President; Walter Slimmcl, Financial Secretary.--Advertisement.--29 fcb-2t. meeting will begin at !) A. M. Miss Mary Anderson, home economics representative, will have charge Knitting will be the subject. Mrs. Elmer Watklns rioslcvi. Tho M. L. S"nncywork Club was entertained Thursday night al the home of Mrs. Elmer Walklns a South Connellsville Ten member! were present and spent the evening at fancywork. A dainty lunch wns served by tho hostess assisted by her daughters, Elbabcth and Gertrude. The dntc and place for the next meeting will be announced Inter. Lutheran Radio Minister Gets Mu(h "Fan" Mail As many as 7,000 Mters In n single vcck arc received by Dr. Walter A. Muicr, notod Lutheran theologian nd member ot the faculty of Con- ~ordla Seminary of St. Louis, Mo., who prcachci the gospel in nationwide radio broadcasts each Sunday fternoon. Advoting tho complete acceptance if Christ and the Scriptures, Dr. Maier has received many letters from members of the clergy and laity of thcr denominations, both Protestant and Catholic, warmly praising his tary. Mrt. Milton Williams entertained .vith a reading, "A Tribute o Lincoln." George Greenwood, cm- Ioyed as a chemist In a sugar rc- Incry near New Orleans, La,, sho-vcd ilcturcs on the growth and cultiva- lon of sugar cane and also of the manufacturing process. Time and place of the next meeting have not yet been decided but Miss Elizabeth Rupp of Connellsville .vlll give a travel talk on her trip to Europe last summer. Miss Goldsmith and Ml*« Poolc of the Community Center At Monarch were guests. Son Born lo Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rogers ot Hardy Hill arc the parents of a boy born to them at their home Wednesday. Both mother and infant are doing nicely. Move to CUIrton. The family of the late Mr. and Mrs John Dailcy moved to Clalrton Wednesday. Aid Soclctr MceU. The L»dlc»' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church met recently ct the home of Mrs. D. R. Baker, with Mrs. Upton Spcor and Mrs. Norman Williams ns co-hottcsici Mn. Charles Nemon presided In the place of tho president, Mrs. Anna Smith. Tha next meeting will be held In tho church In the form of a covered dish dinner. Election of officers will bo held. With the hick. Evelyn, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs Belli Robbins of Railroad street, it reported Improving from on car Infection. Tha child Is a patient at Unlontown Hospital. Mr* Robbins who has been quite ill of qulnv at her home is also slightly improved. Mrs. Pnnsy Emlgh, who hns been suffering with an Infected knee. Is able to le about the house. Improvement is noted in the condition of Mrs. Scott Crowe, who has been 111 nt her home in Third street Mrs. Nora Speight contlm-cs to show improvement after an operation which she undenvcnt at Connellsville State Hospital recently. Mrs. Mary Hawk, also a patient al Connellsville Hospital, is recovering from nn operation. At Presbyterian Church. Rev. L. R. Lousing of the Western Theological Seminary of Pittsburgh will occupy tho pulpit of the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. Birdcll.i Elscy of Rnilrond street is visiting at the home of her son, Warren Elscy, of Ncwaik, N. J Mrs Hazel Murray of Blnckstonc road, Connellsville, was a Thursday lews. There Istcncrs among his audience. are many Connollsvlllc Ohiopyle Services At Forenoon Hour Rev. F. S. Wortman, pastor of the Ohiopyle Baptist Church, announces 10 will hold his service* Sunday morning after Sunday school at 11 o'clock Instead of the regular Sunday evening service because of n 10- vival ho I* conducting ot Mill Run. The revival will week. contmo another NO LENIENCY FOR ERRING HUSBANDS IN WESTMORELAND GREENSBURG, Feb. 20.--Judge Ellchard D. Laird today gave wam- ng that husbands who fail to support their wives and children, con expect no leniency In Westmoreland county court. Ho sentenced Edward J. Tuk, of Humphrey, near Mount Pleasant, to pay $7.50 weekly to his wife, Helen. SCOTTOALE, fob. 28--Edgar C. Kellcy, captain Of the Service Company, 110th Regiment, wns guest of honor at a dinner held at the Kenny load hou;c Thursday evening by the Tin Hat Club of the company. He was presented with n 20-year service medal. Lieutenant James E Murphy was master of ceremonies and presented the medal. Sharing honors with Captain Kellcy were John D. Gowcr and George Scbey, who received recognition for rifle marksmanship. Captain Kclley is listed as a major on the omccrs' Eligibility List. Bird Dog Trials. The Scottdalc Sportsmen's Association will sponsor a bird dog field trial stalling Sunday morning at 10 o'clock on tho Klan farm near Hawkeye. Consider Church Bids. Bids will be received and con sideratlon given Tuesday, March 1, by the Church of Christ for the erection of a new church on Its lot In North Chestnut street. The congregation has been without a church structure since its building burned eight years ago. Fire Alarm Inspected. A representative of the Gamcwell Flrd Alarm System made tests of the lire alarm system this afternoon. Chief Howard Bccglo accompanied tho party. Dinner for "Y" Secretary. A dinner was given on Thursday evening in St. Paul's Lutheran Church by the trustees and directors ot tho Y. M. C. A. in honor of J. B and Mrs. Lambert. Mr. Lambert Is secretary of the "Y," George Hodges, president of the board of directors, presided. A program Included music by n brass quartet composed of Edward Hlggins Robert Barkoll, Walter Edge and J W. Bnrkell; readings by Miss Ethlynnc Miller nnd an address of welcome by Attorney John G. Gaut Responses wcra by Mr. and Mrs Lambert. Guests Included Miss Ethlynne Miller, Walter H. Clingerman, Mr. an Mrs. S. B. Bulick, Mr. and Mrs John T. Chldester, Mr. and Mrs. R F. Darsle, Attorney and Mrs. John Gaut, Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. George Hodges Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hurd, Mr. am Mrs. William Ludy, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Ovcrholt, Dr. and Mrs. F. J Pyle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Storey Mr. and Mrs. J. I Murphy,' Dr. anc Mr«. J. P. Strickler, Mr. and Mrs Waller F. Stonor and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton L. Uber. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert and family will be at home after March 1, a 1100 Loucks avenue. Bet»-Trl-IU Meet*. "Fatigue and Conduct," was thi subject of discussion at the meeting of the Beta-Tri-Hl-Y held In the Y M. C. A. Thursday evening. Frances Henderson hnd charge of the Bible study. At Education Meet. Superintendent of Schools S. B. Bulick left this morning for Atlantic City, where ho will attend an educational meeting. !y United Press WASHINTON, Feb. 26.-^Secre- ory of Interior Harold L. Ickcs m- ormed Congress In records of hear- ngs published Friday that the Inter- or Dcpaitment urgently needs pro- 'Islon for n $50,000-o-year publicity bureau In the department's 1339 ap- pioprlatlon. Ickcs said tho department never inn had a division of information and hnt for the last five years he has had to rely on the publicity experts of the Public Works Administration. Ickcs said he "might get along with SBO.OOO" if he had to, but'that could use more reasonably and egitlmately to clear up public misapprehension. Dictionary Courtship Wins. SYDNEY, Feb. 20.--Zahara Zclc- nevich, Russian bass singer, and Miss Qwen Graham of Wellington, both deficient in each other's language, managed to conduct a successful courtship cnrotuc to Australia by means of A Sp.inish-Engllsh 'dictionary. They were married upon Uiclr arrival here. Ickes Would Spend $50,000 Per Year To Publicize Work Mrs. E. O. Louden'* Funeral. The funeral service for Mrs. E. C. Louden was held Thursday afternoon at tho home, 411 East Cedar avenue with Rev. 1 E. A. Schultz, pastor of the First United Brethren Church, officiating. Pallbearers wero C. M. Stone, I. D. Younkln, S. K. Huey, M. Sloan, O. O. Osterwise and William ?ox. Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery. WASTED TO JJUY Old Fashioned Articles Furniture, Glnssnare, Old Scenery Piclurcs, etc. Abraham Watson SSIITHFIELD, PA. DANCE TONIGHT --to-John Kiferle and His Orchestra LAZY HOUR RANCH So Cover. Xo Minimum visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Stannls. Ross Jack and sons, Ross, Jr., rnd Andrew and Mrs. Mary Black of Brldgcwatcr were recent guests al. tho home of Mrs. Gertrude Johnston. Students of the sixth grade veiled the Bell Telephone offices nt Con- ncllsvllle Thursday afternoon after school hours, In tho open house program being conducted by the telephone company. D A N C E Saturday, Feb. 26th Benefit St. Joseph's Church, Polish-American Hall, EVERSON, PA. Music by JiroUicrs West Pcnn Appointee. V. V. Rossi of Masontown has been appointed new assistant manager of the West Pcnn Power Company at Jcniuicttc, replacing Alvln W. Shaffer who was appointed to tho Grecnsburg office. With Mrs. S. L. Miller. The Greenwood Fancywork Club will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. L. Miller in Enst Crawford avenue. MUTINY 'IN THE RADIO? Bewue of mutiny ia your radio set. Worn-out tubes will rebel against your radio's c\ery effort to catcmtn you. That'] why your radio hasn't been giving the Cone and rolume ou want. 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