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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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*H1S DAILY COURIER, COWELLSTELLE, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, Seventy Attend American Legion Auxiliary Get-Acquainted Meeting One of the outstanding social of last nitjht was a get acquainted meeting he Ul by the American Legion A u x i l i a r y in the Legion room, North Pittburg street Approximately seventy members of the auxiUary, Milton L. Bishop Post, the American Legion, and fricuds ·were in attendance and wore ent-rrtained with a highly interesting program. A feature was a Fidae Federation Interalllesdes Ancient Combattdnts program put on by the (Idac committee of the American Legion Auxiliary to the LaFayette Post, Unit 51, of Uniontown. The following represented the several countries: Franco, Mrs G. W. Williams; England, Mrs. Horllck; Belgium, Mrs Whitby; Poland, Mrs. Reed, Italy, Mrs. Williams, Siberia, Mrs, Gordon Silbdugh; Rumania, MTB. George Broad; United States, Mra. Polly Cook Dixon. Mrs. Emma Cook Litman was pianist and Miss Elizabeth O'Brvon was general eiralnnan and director ot the program. Th* following additional numbers were delightfully given by local talent: Vocal duet, Miss Frances Louise Mejns and Miss Twigg, accompanied by Phil McMulltn; tap dancing, Billy KeffOT and David Lepera; piano solo, Miis Angela Boslet/ reading, Mrs S. M, Grimm. Games were also enjoyed during the evening. Prizes went awarded to Miss Anna Lloyd and Mrs. Whitby. The program -was supplemented by a dainty lunch served by the social committee. Others present from Uniontown in addition to those taking part la the program were Mrs. W. J. Lloyd, state director, Mrs. Margaret McHugh, president of tho Uniontown Auxiliary, and Miss Acna Lloyd. The regular meeting of the auxiliary will l»e held Monday night in tho Legion rooms. Mrs. L. S. Robblne, the president, desires a large attend' ajice. MUSICALE \T PRESBYTERIAN CHl-RCH WELL ATTENDED Despite the mountain storm many music lovers from Coonelleville and surrounding towns attended a musicale given last night in the FirBt Presbyterian Church under the aua- picel3 of the J. L. Proudflt Class of tho Sunday school. · The musical program was presented by Mrs. J. Montgomery DH worth, organist-accompanist; Miss Sarah S. Homer, sopiano; Mrs. Leona Morey Davis, contralto, and Miss Pauline Hombach, violinist, all prominent in music?! circies. The program was interspersed with delightful readings by Miss Loia Hodil ot Uniontown. The musicale was one- ot the most brilliant to be given here in many mouths and the audience thoroughly enjoyed every number of the well selected, program. Out-of-town persons were prea- eut from Unloutown, Mount Braddock, Scottdalo and Mount Pleasant. Y. P. C. U. YOUNG PEOPLE'S BAJJLY Officers of the Young People's Christian Union of fche Westmoreland Presbyterial held a district rally lattt night in the Firet United Presbyterian Church tor the young people of the local, Scottdale and Mount Pleasant churches. About twenty-seven were in attendance. Miss Winifred Willis, of the Bethel Chnrch of Irwln, president -of tho Young People's Christian Union of the Westmoreland Presbyterlftl, presided over the meeting and gave a talk. Edward Pattern of Braddock and Mies Bethor" QUian of New Kensington, Presbyterian officers, also spoke. A uocial hour was enjoyed later in the evening. Lunch was served. SETON HTM. DEBATERS DEFEAT WESTMINSTER TEAM Seton Hill College debaters won laat night in a spirited debate with Westminster College, the Soton Hill team upholding the negative ot the question, "Resolved, that the adoption by th« American colleges ot the Wisconsin experimental plan would be beneficial to the intellectual developments ot undergraduates." Meeting Planned, The Unity Fraternity will hold Its regular monthly dinner meeting at the West Crawford avenue club rooms Thursday at 6 - SO o'clock A committee headed try Charles H. Driscoll is In charge of the menu and entertainment will be provided by a committee headed by Warren W. Halbrttter. After the dinner th^re will be a business session. Meeting: Postponed. Tha regula rmeeting of the G'^ad-TJ- Kum Club, which was to have beeu held Monday night at the home ot Mrs. W. B. Bltel of Chestnut streoc, has been postponed indefinitely on account of the s-rrlous illness of Mrs. Blsel's sister, Mis. JB. V. Sommers of Tacoma, Wash. Baptist Aid Meets. The Ladlefl' Aid Society of the First Baptist Church held a brief meeting laet nig-bt in tho church. Plans were maie to serve a noon lunchoon for tho public this month. Owing to the inclement weather the attendance woe smaller than usual. F. 0. 1L Class Monday. Tho monthly business and social meeting of the F O. M. Blblo Class of the M. P. Church will be hold at the church Holiday avenmg. All members are asked to bo (.here. for Bargains 1 If no, react tin adtertli*iag columns trf Til* Daily Courier. MRS. SCHUT/T/; BK.ELETEI HKAT OF U. B. MISSIONARY SOCIETY Approximately fifty members and frieudb of the Woman's Missionary Association of t/he First United Brethren Church attended the regular meeting .last night at the homo of Mrs. E. B OsterwiBe in Bast Green street. The meeting opened with do- votlonais conducted by Mrs. C W. Kern, after which Mrs. F. A. Harah took charge of the mission study hook, "From Jerusalem to Jeruealem." Talks on the lesson study were given by MTK. Ernest Whlpkey, Mrs. William M. Fox, Mre 0 iterwise and Mrs. I. D. Younkin. Mrs. Harah closed the program with a talk on how Wie members of the society could help with the work among the Indians, with which the fifth chapter of the 8*ndy book deals mostly Misses Olive and Esther Oaterwiae sang a solo, "America the Beautiful." The wonder box was «ou- d«cted by Mr«. Oaterwtee. The program was followed by the buslneee meeting, presided over by the president, Mrs. E. A. Schultz. Officers for the ensuing year were elected ae follows' President, Mrs. B A. Schultz; vice-president, Mre 0. 0. Oeterwlse; a cretary, Msa William S. Warnvuvh; assistant secretary, Mrs. Ernest Whipkey treasurer, Mrs. G. K, Zimmerman; mission study teacher, Mrs. F. A. Ha "ah; assistant, Mrs. Corene Kuhne; thank offering secretary, Mrs. I. D Younkin; assistant, Mrs. F. A. HaraJi; secretary of literature, Mrs. J. E Bchard; asetetant, Mrs. C. A. Be-mau; secretary ot (Stewardship, Mrn. S. K. Huey; ansist- unt, Mrs. C. W. Kern; collectors, Mre, B. C. Henry, Mia. Ada Moyles, Mrs. Anna Ulery and Mrs. A. G. Hoover; pianist, Mrs. L, G. Hoover; assistant, Mre. S. K. Huey. Mrs. G. R. Zimmerman and Mre. C. W. Kern wore elected delegate, to the branch ion- vention In Jane at Philllpsburg. At the close of the 1 program liuich was served by a committee composed ot MTB. F. E. Kr- ger, Mre. Richard Ritenonr, Mrs. \Valker Herwick and Mrs. Harry Younkin. LOCAL MISSIOAtlY WOMEN OBSERVE WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Aibout twenty- 1 hree women representing different missionary societies of the city br ived the inclement weather to attend tne service held Friday afternoo i in th Christian Church in onsetvanco of the annual World Day of Piayer for Missions. Mrs. Peter R Weimer, president of the Woman's Mi .sionary Society o/ the host ehuroh presided and Mre. W. H. Berg«T wan leader. Tho meeting was marked by a splendid program. Prayers were offered for the work that is bein f done in the mission fields all over tb world. There was a period of prayer for each society represented. E. M. S. Class. The B. M. S. C'MSH of the Methodist Protestant' Sandav School met l»*t evening in the church with twenty- one members present. The meeting was conducted by the president, Betty Floto. Good reports were eub- m It ted by commit' ees. The aim of the class Is to have one hundred per cent In attendance at Sunday echool, Sunday. A covered-dish luncheon will . given in the near future. A good program followed tJie business seeeion. It consisted of readings by Miss Betty McConnlck And Miss Mary Zimmerman; piano solo, Frances Clabaugh, and a play, presented by Misses Marina Yoder, Betty'McConnlck and Mary Zimmerman. Diiinty refreshments were serred by Tbelma Means, Gladys Splndler and Edith Lewellen. The April meeting will be held at the home of Frances Clabaugn. True Blue Class. The March meeting c-f the True Blue Class of tho Mount Braddock Sunday School wai held at the home of Miss Edna Alnsley, with Mrs. Francis Adams ah assisting hootess. After business was disposed of the class enjoyed a .social hour, with guessing contests providing the chieu. amusement. Prises were given Mrs Charl«s Holland, Mrs. Tony Jeneway and Mrs. Earle Orayton. Appoint- mants in keeping with St Patrick'* Day, with tiny sh tmrocks as favors featured the daintj lunch. Mrs. Ortha Livingston is teacher. The April meeting will bo at the home of Mrs. Pfcjil iBaker, with Mrs. James Cunningham as assisting hostess. Aid Society meeting. The Ladles Aid Society of the Summit Methodist Protestant Church held Its regular month-)} business meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Barnbart. There were twelve present. Mrs. McDowell led the devotional. A social hour late in the afternoon was enjoyed by all, Mrsj j Barnhart served lunch. She was assisted by Miss Veru Lamble and Mrs. Minnie Barniiart. The next meeting will bo held Thursday, April 3, at the homo of MTS. John iJarnhart. Pagt-nnt at Vnnderbllt. A pageant, "The Keepers of the! Flame," will be pr -sented tomorrovr, evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Christian Church at Va iderbtlt by the Christian Endeavor Society. There will be a lohearsal tomorrow after-1 noon it 2 o'clock and uvory person in the cast Is requested to be pre-sent. Besult i ! Sure! When you use Classified Ada. in TSie Daily Courier. The ooet ia small, results ajr. big. 'Round the Clock WitK Milady Four chang** a day ar« who would be jprop«rt through. Dame Fashion male* a series trf rapid clock at various period* (From left to right) at tailored suit is quit* wear. Kbei adriacd for itba jrouBf «W attirod ta« whole day hw ord««4 that ah* mart ehanMS according to the from braakfwt to ie4tim«. 11:80 a. m.. *· aavy bits* appropriate for afternoon tfwet 9t*m*». It U » belt* I fray twaed affair that affords perfect freedom »B the link* or tennu court. At five, milady done bn taa crowa. It hae a high waistltoe and four- piece orerekuia cet off by black long gioves and clove fHMatf black hat to match. For evening wear Dan». Faehlon advocate* thie lace rnffled'erenint* ·ti«h may eanwa tike grouad bat not ·weey $ REV. J. D, THOMAS DIES IN MARYLAND; ONCE AT RlfFFSDALE RirFTSDALE, March 8,--Word has been received, here of the death In Frederick, Md., of Rev. I. D. Thomas, fprmer pastor of Christ Reformed Chttrch, who retired from th« pastorate here in 1926 and moved to Maryland, where he had engaged in supply work. Hi« widow survives. Burial took place in Maryland. Rev. Thomas was born in ton township, Lehigh county, October 12, 1856, and received his education at WeaversvtUo Academy and He Idol- berg College and Seminary, In Ohio. His was given the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by his alrna mater. Ho wai. ordained in 1887 by tho Plttaburg Claissis and served pastorates in Crawford county, Pa., Gormamown, Ohio, Bloomaburg. Pa., Manor, MU.. and Ruffsdale. Rummage Sale. Will bo hold by Friendship Bibl« Clatis, Reformed Ohurch Wertneeday, March 12, corner Plttsburg stroot and Falrvi««r avenue.--Advertisement.-- 8mar-3t. TRAFFIC OFFICER SCOLDS LINDY By UnffKl Pr«* DHL MONTE, Oal., 1 Charles A. Lindbergh ma America's outstanding hoi a state highway officer hi a traffic bl-ocker. When Lindbergh's on the state highway from PebbJe Beach throu wind currents, about 76 held up by the blockade. A traffic officer appear scene, scolded Lindbergh untangled tho tie up. larch 8.-be one of ·jes, but to is merely descended flv«i miles ;h lack of cart were d on the and then Registry Lists Forwarded. GRBENSBURO, March 8 --Work of sending out the reiribtry ) ste to aa- see««rB in tho 223 borough and township election peecincts in Westmoreland county was completed yesterday. Borough aijd lownshlp 7 3 £i strati on. days are March 18 and 19. ' "hird class cities registration day is £ pril 30. Gas Tax *$V330,8«». HARKISBURG, March *.--Oollec- Uons ot gaaotinp Uvx duiiju February amounted to ?2,230,£69 of v, ilch |280,680 is returnable to th« counties whence collected. . WHITSETT MAN IS ARRESTED ON CHARGE FOR ATTACKING GIRL to The Courier. UNIONTOWN. March 8.-- Following a chase since last August 31, extending through several states and b. number of citiefl, authorities arrested Mike Galdaris!, 40, of Whltaett, wanted here an a fugitive from justice MI a statua- tory charge Friday at Castle Shannon No. 3 mine in Allegheny county where be was working a» a miner Galdarisi was said by police to have attacked 14-year-old Mildred Yauo- vltch, in the former's home at Whitsett, last August 29, and Her condition was such after the attack, police say, that her life was despaired ot for weeks, In tho BrownsvHlo General Hospital where she was taken the day following the attack. Vonntains Authorised. GtUflKNSBURG, March 8.---The county commissioners yestefday opened bids for the installation of a new water cooling system in the court- hoa06 which IB to be installed in the basement This will supply four drinking fountains, one OB each floor. COMMEMORATING Our Recent Business Expansion M. BERNARDO Connellftville's Oldest Wall Paper and Faint Dealer Announces the Formal Opening I J of the New Store at 1 1 1 W. Apple St. Saturday, March 8 and Monday, March 10 please consider this announcement yofit invitation to at. teii'd our opening. We would have you ,ee our complete line ol 1930* Wall Papers direct from the factory-- it latest designs and colors -- at moderate prices. You will inarvyl at t je remarkable -value in the new "Olenfast" Wall Papers. Government tested, scientifically made, durable colors that will not fade! Also we srant you to note the low prices on our big line of famous DEVOB Pai its, Varnishes and Devoe Mifrolaii Enamel. We are proud of our nev home, and believe that you, too, will be pleased. You will be under no obligation to buy. Souvenirs for the Ladies Pint Can DEVOE Mirrolrc Enamel or Stain Balloons for Kiddies, Accomptm ed by Parents. M. BERNARDO. 5 10c Wall Pape Co. Wholesale and Betail-- All Grade* of Wall Taper. Ill West Apple Street, JonnellSYille, Pa. Rev. C. M. Coulter Re-Elected Dawson District S. S. Head R«v, Crawford M Coultpr, pastor f the DftWBon Pr-'Sbyterisn Church was re-elpctad president of Dawson District No. 15. Fayetto County Sunday School AsHOcfa ion, al the annual convention Friday iiftarnoon and eve ning at Bast Lfb»rty Presbytf-rian Church at Vanderbilt. Other ofBcers chosen follow: Vice- president, Detmcr S. Cottom, secretary, Edward T. B»dd; treasurer, Howard R. McBurrey. Superintendents named are' Mis stons, Rev. Alexander Ijoffer; Christian education, Albert VanHorn, school admslnistratJon R**. William F. Seitter; home and extension. Miss Nellie Snyder; ctas-s OTg»nis«tion, R. B. Banter; teacher training, Mrs. J. M. Murtland; parent training, Mrs H. D. Sh»Henb«r«er; music, C«rt« C. Collins; temperance, W. C. Handlln; community aerrtce. Benjamin . S. Da vies; adnlt, J. C. King; young people, John S. Pratt; children, Misa Grace Snyder. The election was *t the afternoon session, at whlnb all business ol the district was transacted. C. C. Collins led the song »ervice and/Hev. Seittor ot the Methodist Episcopal Church at Daw son conducted the devotional period. Mr. Coflln*. A. VanHorn, Burt 8. Means, Haory Gilmore and Frank Zorn were on the nominating committee. Dr. George W. W^ntmra o Philadelphia, Buporin tend ant of Christian educatioa of the State Sabbath School Association, gave talks at the erenlng ·eaaion which was attended by nearly 300 persons, including many delegates from the Hickory Square Methodist Protestant. Tynoa* Pravbyter- ian, Bryan Methodist Episcopal. Dawson Methodist Episcopal, Dawsan Baptist, Dawaon Preabyterian, Vanderbilt Presbyterian, Vand«rbllt Christian, Vanderbilt M«thodiat Episcopal and Liberty Presbyterian Sunday schoote, embraced In th« district. In his first ppea*anoe, Dr, Wellburn gave a very brief discussion on "Leadership Trainhn." In part it waa a technical talk on the different courses. He said Uuit its object was "to prepare teach-ere to make our Sunday schools more efficient." "A Great Teach*? and a Great Book" wa« the theme of Dr. Wellburn's address. He declared that "a great teacher not only is one that teaches but one who gets the pupila to give their best efforts." He said that ''the Bible is the great book and we know it. Yot w don't take the time to read it sufficiently to become familiar with, it." The attendance banner was awarded to the Vanderbilt Christian Sunday School which wax represented by 78 delegates. L. G. Hoover, president of Oon- nellsvilto district, installed the newly elected offloen in U« aiwenc* of Judge John W. Dawsoa of Uniontown, county association Hartr C. Ruah conducted the or- cbeotra which, prortdixl music. Curte C. Ooilins had charge of the song service, i Rev. 3. M. Copley ot the Vanderbilt Methodist Episcopal Church offered prayer. Rev. Alexander Loffer of the Dawoon Baptist Church invoked the benediction. A men's quartet a too provided music. Eighty persons were in attendance at the fellowahip supper which was served by the Smile Claw of the »»o8t church. An interesting entertainment was presented. The Grim Reaper] . . -- _ -- --s CHARLES H. PIERCE DIES AT HOME HERE AFTER YEAR'S ILLNESS Charl«« Harper Plerca, 84 years old, well-known resident o Ooanellsville, died Friday at his home, 314 North Prospect street. He had been in poor health tor o»«r a year. He irae afflicted with paralysis which caaeed him to lose his speech. Mr. Pierce wae born in OonnelU- vlUe October 81, 186B, a son of the late Cecil and Mary Pierce. He later moved to Dunbar, where he resided until 14 years ago when he returned to Connellavllle, Mr. Pierce was engaged in the coal and real estate business until his late illness. He waa a member oi Trinity Lutheran Church. He was married to Hits Sarah Hennessey of Danbar, who survires, with the following children: J. C. Pierce, C. F. Pierce and Mrs. Elizabeth Lincoln, all of Connells-vtJl'3 and William Pierce of Clarksburg, IV. Va. He is also survived by 11 rraudchildren, one sister, Mrs, O. P. K-jplin, and one brother, William Plice, both ot Akron, Ohio. The body waft renuwd by Funeral Director French S. Durtt to the home of Mr. Pierce's daughter, Mrs. Lincoln, 306 North ProBpecl street, where j the funeral service will be held Snn- ! day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Dr. W. H. 1 Hetrlck, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, assisted by Rev. D. E. Minerd, will officiate. Interment will he in Hill Grove Cemetery, JAMES B. M'GLM PHY, CIVIL WAR YFfERAN, DIES AT AGE OF 92 James IJ. MeOlUOTphy Civil War vetemn and widely known in Washington and Greeno counties, died Friday afternoon at the Dualey Hotel at West Ftnley, Wrtshlttfjtoi county. He was i)2 yearn of ago. . Anna Uutui of liuwaon Is tho surviving c lildren. Mr. McOIumphy was cngiige 1 in mercantile businoHS at Knlrmo it f o r sometime. For several years le was secretary of tho Jucktown 5'air Association. Classified Advertisement* Bring- result wtoer placed In the columns of Tine Daily Courier. MRS. RETTA B. PAGE. The funeral service for Mr*. RetU nrewor Page 1 , widow of tteorge Pace will IJP h'-ld tomorrow .ifternoon a( ! o'clock at the late homo near Std) J u n c t i o n , Perry townwhlp. Rev. Leslie Mopargo* 1 , paetor of the Platwool* Baptial Church, will officiate. Intr r nipnt w i l l lx made in Providence Ceraetery, near Perryopolte. GE5ORGB ADAMS. MOUNT PLEASANT, March R..' George Adamu, 62 years, 10 mont w and 20 days, died yesterday at tl* homo of his oouain, Benjamin Adam a near Keck«burg. Tht« funeral service will be held t morrow afternoon at the Adatni homo. EDWARD WTTT. MOUNT 7'L.BASANT, March 8.--T) », funeral service for Edward Witt, wb died yesterday, will be held Moods3 afternoon at the Ohnrch ot God. Tin Mount Pleaaant Volunteer Fine D partment, of which he waa a membo ·, will attend in a body. Interment wlu be made in the Monnt Plea«ant Oemc-- tery. MRS. SARAH MoCLAIN. Mrs Sarah McClain, 72, wile «f J H. MrClaln, died Thursday afternoon utA o'cloc^c in her home, near New Sranton after a lingering Ulnem. Rt- aides her husband she ia Biirvived bv four sons and four daughters as fol lows: Charles Smith MoClain, nca Donegal; Mrs. W. C Barkley, Tonng wood; Joseph K. McClain, near Nev- 1 Stanton; Edgar J. McClain, South Greenaburg; Henry, New Stanton. Lourinda J, .Stout, near Young-wood. Elizabeth McClain, at home 'and Mrs Lloyd Shaw. Mount Pleasant. Twenty nine grandchildren and senen great grandchildren, also survive. The funeraJI service will be bo-la Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock al (he Fairmount Church, near Ldgon- ier. Interment ia the Ibrinnounl Cemetery. MRS. MT-SSOUHI MATH1AS. The fuueral_ service for Mrs. Missouri BJlen Mat bias of Grindstone will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Church of God at Mounl Pleasant, followed by interment in the church cemetery. The fuwral cortege will leave the home at 1 o'clock. ARTHUR COLLINS. The funeral (service for Arthur Col-» Una was held at the home of George Martin, a halfbrother. in North First street, at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Rev Geo-ge R. Krupp, paMor of the United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Members of Walter B. Brown Post, V. F W., in charge of Thomas A. Dailey, formed a firing »quad which fired volleys across the grave of the Spanish-American War veteran. A. It I/ambert sounded tap*. 1 Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery. DAVID P. PATTERSON. The funeral service for David P. Patterson, who met hia death in au automobile accident in Bowling' Green, Ohio, was held yesterday with full military honors accorded by members of the Walter E. Brown Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars. The service was held at the horn? of Mrs. Esther Patterson, mother of the young man, in Race street. Rev. George R. Krnpp, pastor o* the United Presbyterian Church, officiated. At the cemetery the firing squad was i«; charge of Thomas Dailey. Taps were sounded by A. R. Lambert. Pallbearers were Mack Patterson, Paul G. Wagoner, Chester K. McKesson, E?wing- Harmon, Howard Moore'and Smith Patterson. AUBREY SUGGESTED AS GRUNDY RUNNING MATE By United Press. WASa-niNGTOtN, March 8s-8tMfrttt Thomas R. Aubrey at Fayett* county, Pa,.,' was recommended to Senator Jo30]»h R. (rrundy ae a roltabto candidate for lieutenant governor on tho Grundy4bewf» tlotoet He was introduced to the senator by a group Irom Fayette county. Patronized those who atrortl*s. WINDSTORM I N S U R A N C E protects against any loss or damage to your h o u s e caused by wind. Every home owned i n this w i n d y mountain section should have this protection. It costs but little. We will gladly furnish rates by telephony or personal call. Fayette Realty Company T. I). Gardner, Managwn. (20 Yean' Insurance Experience) Sellers Arcade, Connellsvllle. ii

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