The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 1, 1938 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 1, 1938
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.PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELIiSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL J. Vincent Soisson, West Penn Official, Weds Clarksburg Girl A wedding of particular interest here took place Monday morning at 9 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church at Clarksburg, W. Va., when Miss Mary Frances Connell, daughter of Mrs. Ella Connell of Clarksburg, became the bride of J. Vincent Soisson, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Vincent H. Soisson of 214 East Fairview avc.iue. Rev, T. H. McDermott, pastor, officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Robert- E. Connell, wore a becoming dawn blue tailored suit trimmed with platinum fox, n dark blue hat and other matching accessories. She carried an old-fashioned bouquet of white roses and lilies of - the valley, tied with white satin rib' bon. Miss Gertrude Connell, her sister's maid of honor, chose a dark blue tailored suit with matching accessories. Her old-fashioned bouquet was of pink roses and lilies of the valley, tied with pink satin ribbon. Jack Soisson served as his brother's best man and Francis and Thomas Soisson, also brothers of the bridegroom, were ushers. The ceremony was supplemented by a prettily appointed · wedding 'breakfast at the Waldo Hotel, Clarits- burg Places for thirty-five, including members of the two families and a few friends, were laid. A color metif of green and white was effectively carried out. The bride was graduated from DeSales Heights Academy, Parkersburg, W.-Va., and Seton HU1 College, . Greensburg. She was.West Penn, home economics representative at Washington, Pa., prior to her marriage and has a number of friends here. The bridegroom was graduated from St. Vincent's Preparatory School, Latrobe, and Notre Dome University, Notro Dame, Ind. He is district manager of the ConneUsviUe district of the West Penn Power Company and is an active member of the Kiwanls Club. Mr. Soisson and bride left for a short wedding trip, destination unrevealed. On their-return they .will be at home at 136 North Sixth street, West Side. · ; - - -- - Out-of-town guests orthe wedding ;· included the bridegroom's parents, their sons, Jack, Francis and Thomas, r.nd daughter, Kiss Mary Caroline Soisson, last named of Fairmont, W 1 Va., Vincent Cuneo and Robert Herman of this c:ly. 1. C. High School Students Feted With Dance, Theatre Party Honoring tho senior, junior and sophomore classes of the Immaculate Conception High School, the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Immaculate Conception Athletic Council gave a large cmd enjoyable dance Friday night at Eagles Hall. The affair was given after the students' dancing class and the hours \vero from 9 to 10:30 · o'clock. Kiferlc's orchcstia played for the occasion. About one hundred guests were in attendance. The auxiliary gave a thcatie party for girl members of the freshman class Monday afternoon at the Or- phcum. Eighteen attended. Chap- eroncs were Mrs. John J. Brady, Mrs. Peter King, Mrs. I. L. Soisson and Mrs, P. A. McMahon. Refreshments preceded the paity. · The social events were the last until after Lent. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on AuttiorlUem" DOG EAT DOO WHEN KEEN antagonists get together, tho battle between tho declarer and his opponents Is likely to bo a case of dog cat dog. Each Is In there trying to put something over on his enemy and tho other is keeping his eye peeled to thwart him. Then Is when you usually encounter tho of bridge, tho (Overcoming of groat work 'means of other great work. 4 X 8 4 » A 0 2 * Q 10 S 3 + 765 by _ +9 2 * A J 5 V K 5 3 « K J 6 4 + K J8 (Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable.) When North answered South's 1-Dlamond coll with a bid of 2-DlR- monds, South tried 2-No Trumps anil North took tho contract to 3-No Trumps. West started the defense by .leading tho club 4, which South won with tho J. As diamonds had to bo run regardless of which opponent ncld th'e A, tho declarer started that suit and was pleased to find that West bad to win tho second round. If West had now decided to continue clubs, the contract would have been perfectly safe, but realizing this he switched to the heart ?, [on which East played the heart 7. When South now cashed two diamonds, West threw away his two hearts, counting on East (or tho 10. The spado finesse wis now tried and lost to West'* Q ind a spade returned, BO declarer was unable to make MB game. Had West held tho heart J, South could have forced him to lead a club or a spade, either of which would havo given the needed ninth trick. Tomorrow's Problem V Q J 10 S · A K Q 10 2 4 1 0 7 5 2 + A K J 8 5 3 2 9 8 4 + Q JS V K 8 7 6 5 · 765 + 106 (Dealer: North. East-West vulnerable.) What Is West's best defense against South'* contract of ·i-HertaT William C. Gailey . Dies at Mf. Pleasant Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Miir. I.-- V/illiam C. Galley, 75 years old, died Monday afternoon at 2.35 o'clock in Frick Memoual Hospital. He had suffered a stroke of paralysis January 18, and hod been ill since that time. Mr. Galley was engaged in the coach business here for 49 yenis and had been retued for tho pnst six years. He was a member ot Mossrose Lodgo, Odd Fellows, and Odd Fellows Encampment; a charter member ot (he Mount Pleasant Spoilsmen's Association and one of ihe first big game huntcis cl this locality. He was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. Besides his wife, Mrs. Luctta Galley, he is survived by these ehi\- dren: Mrs. Fiank A. Perkey, Thomas Galley and George Galley, Mount Pleasant; Mrs. L. Earl Albeit of Ellwood City, Florence of Connellsville, and Esther at home. There are 12 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren, three brothers, Elmer T. Galley ot Eagle Rock, Cal., C. M. and O. C. Galley of Mount Pleasant. The funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home in West Washington sheet in charge ot Rev. Gcoifie L. Bayha, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Interment will be made in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. NEW OFFICERS OF MILL RUN L. T. L. CONDUCT MEETING At the monthly meeting -of the Mill Run Loyal Temperance Legion, held at the United Brethren Church, officers elected at a previous session took their places. They are: President, Dorothy Laughrey; secretary, Beraicc^ Laughrey; treasurer, Virginia Eberharter, Committees arc: Lookout--Geneva Miller, Mane Tissue and Vcrda Spangler; sick--Rotha Johnson, Betty Bigham and Kathleen Krepps; social leader and program chairman, Madge Goldsboro. · The president opened the meeting with having tho group sing "I Am Thine O Lord." Scripture was read, after which- a hymn, "Tell It to Jesus," was sung. Mrs. Mao Krepps led in prrycr and the Loid's Prayer was repeated in unison. Madge Goldsboro then look charge of the meeting, the program being as follows: Duet, Marie Tissue and Marjoric Stillwagon; readings, Kathleen. Krepps, Rotha Johnson, Paul Miller and Betty Bigham; song, "Jesus Took My Burden."; readings, Janet Spangler, Marjorle Stllhvafion and Geneva Miller. The meeting closed with the "group repeating the young people's benediction. Twenty members, including n new one, and the leader were present. ' The next meeting, to be held In the TEAC^EK AT CONFLUENCE home of Rctha Johnson, will be lol- \VE IS PITTSBURGH DOCTOR i owcd by a covered-dish luncheon. Miss Mmciret Maddox, daughter i of Mrs. Mrjy Maddox of Ursina, and FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY Dr. C. C. Chesko ot Pittsburgh, were, GIVES SUCCESSFUL PARTY married Saturday, February 12, nt | A wc]1 attended card nnd bingo St, Peter's Rectory, Pittsburgh, by p;lrt y was hcld Monday night by the Rev. J. Dually Nee. Attendants Lad ics' Auxiliary to the South Con- were Miss Gtrtiudc O'Ncil, Miss j n «ii sv ,ii(. Ma; bdle Klein, Dr. A. J. Bock and Dr.-J. W. McLean of Pittsburgh. The bride wore a gown of hunter green velvet with matching accessories. Her flowers were gardenias. Mrs. Chesko was graduated from Bloomsburg State Teachers College and taught at Hazelton before becoming a member of the faculty of the junior high school at Confluence four years ago. Dr. Chesko, formerly of Kingston, and admitting physician at the Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, is a graduate.of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He interned at the Allegheny Hospital. Planning to specialize in obstetrics, he will be on the resident staff of. the Magee Hospital, Pittsburgh, next year. FIVE J:UNDRED,BINGO PARTY IS HELD AT LEISENRING The third of a scries of four card parties, sponsored by . committees from" various localities andlnade up of members- of St.; Stephens Greek Catholic Church at Lciscnrlng" No. 1, was held over the week-end. There was a large attendance. Winners of prizes were: Five hundred--John Lmney, Andrew Mehalllck, Donald Burns and John Zavatchan; bingo-Evelyn Zavatchan, A. Dershaw, Nick Macko and John Gabor. Women ol the church from Conncllsvlllc, Dunbar and Adelaide served a delicious lunch. In addition to cards, B-musical entertainment by local talent is being planned for the last of the series. SPANISH WAR VETERANS AUXILIARY TO MEET A meeting of the recently organized Ladies Auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans Camp will be held Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A. The charter is still open and those who are eligible and care to join are requested to attend. NEW DEGREE TEAM WILL BE FORMED BY P. II. C. The Protected Home . Circle will meet In regular session this evening at 8 o'clock at the' P. H. C. Hall. A new degree team will be formed and a good attendance of members is desired. With Mrs. Paul LcpTcj-. The Women's Work Group of the Church of tho Brethren will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home- of Mrs. Paul Lcpley at 602 -East Murphy avenue. -- ". ~ D "A N C E At Polish. American. Club Ilnll, Evcrson.Ta.r" " TUESDAY, MARCH 1. 193S Music Furnished 1/y RUDZIAK BROS. ORCHESTRA iry Fire Company. Prizes were won by the following: Five hundred--high, Thomas Licb; second, Mrs. Kenneth Prltchard; third, Kenneth Meyers; bingo--high, Mrs. J. A. Keslar; second, Mrs. Mary White; third, Mrs. W. E. O'Brien; special bingo--high, Mrs. Watson; second, Mrs. Sue Murphy; door-Mrs. Joseph Wedgewood. The party was hcld at the firemen's rooms and alter the games lunch was sen cd. CARRIE KEN YON AUXILIARY NAMES CONVENTION DELEGATE Tho Carrie Kcnyon Auxiliary of the First Methodist Episcopal Church met Friday evening at the church parlor. The regular business was conducted by the president, Miss Anna Horner. Tvliss Mary Munie was elected delegate to the spring convention of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society to be held March 23 at South Brownsville. Mrs, Leonard led the devolionals and Miss Martha Kauffman was leader of the program. Lunch was served by the hostes-.cs, Mrs. S. B. Henry, Mrs. J. C. Henry, Mrs. Pearl Wood and Miss Horner. LUTHERAN SOCIETY WILL PLAN MISSIONARY TEA The monthly meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society o£ Trinity Lutheran x Church will be hcld Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the social room of the church. Quarterly thank offering boxes are to be turned in. Plans will eb completed for the missionary tea to bo held Friday, March 25. CHRISTIAN WOMEN WJLL HAVE LUNCHEON THURSDAY The monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary of the Christian Church will be held Thursday aller- noon at the church in the form of a luncheon to be served ut 1 o'clock in the dining room, with the business meeting to follow. An effort is being made to have all members at the luncheon. Phllathca Class to Meet. The Philnthea Closs of the Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs, Pearl Martin, 116 Porter avenue. . / Married Couples on Panel. NTWBURGH, N. Y., Mnrch 1 Four married couples were among a special panel ol 100 jurors drawn to serve on an O-ange county court jury. The juiy will sit for a murder trial. MODERN WOMEN Nttd NotScJiima:hlj paid anddtlay due to c o l d n c v Members of Woman's Culture Club Present Delightful Plays Before Large Audience A group of women from the Woman's Culture Club scored a big hit Monday aftcinoon when they ap- pluys, Know peared in two one-act 'Mother's Cooking" and "I George Washington," presented at ·the club looms at the Carnegie Free Library. Sponsored by the drama committee, of wl,:ch Mrs. Clarence L. MacDonald te chairman, the plays were capably directed by Mrs. Charles K. Donnelly, also n member of the committee. The large auditorium was (Hied with members and guests and tho audience greeted each performer with generous applause, showing its appreciation of the refreshing nnd delightful entertainment. Each member of the casts gave an outstanding performance. Mrs. Carl T. Anstlne, chairman of the music committee, music lor the occasion. Mrs. Pasquale Gighotti played » piano bolo, "Llebcfatraum," Lis?t, after which "Mother's Cooking," a comedy, was presented. V. F. W. AUXILIARY WILL MEET THURSDAY The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held Thursday night at 7:45 o'clock at V. F. W. Home. The trustees will meet at 7 o'clock to audit the books. WIN ONE CLASS MILL MEET TONIGHT AT U. B. CHURCH The Win One Class of the Fit it United Brethren Church will meet tonight at the church instead of with Mrs. S. K. Hucy as previously announced. Mrs, Hucy will be hostess. Liberty Boy Honored. Paul Kcffcr was honored at an enjoyable party Friday night at his home at Liberty, the occasion mark- arranged I i"S his fourteenth birthday. Bingo ' and other games were played, prizes for the former diversion being won as follows: Hih, Robert Banner; low, Emma KcfTer. Later a delicious lunch scr\cd by the honor The scene is laid in the Ihinjnoom Kucst's mother, Mrs. Joseph Kefler. of Loretta Page, a bndc of seven months. Having had no experience in cooking Loretta is very much worried and excited over the coming of htr mother-in-law for a visit. Many funny situations develop dur- assisted by Mrs. Penrl Danner and lola Welling. A color motif of pink and green was carried out, the birthday cake being decorated with fourteen green candles. Paul received many useful and attractive gifts. ing the course of the play. The cast Guests were: Ruth Lee McManus, Winifred Corrlstan, Lillian Mc- Crackcn, Walter Little, Thomas Bobbs, Charles Dunlap, Henrietta Hagerman, Paul McClintock, Frances McClintock, Alvn Herbert, Loretta Colbert, Dorothy Harshman, George Sovcrns, Emma Kcffer, Caroline Ellenberger, Jessie Keffcr, Jack D.mncr, Robert Danner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keffer, pjrcnts, and J. L. Ke/Tcr, brother of the honor guests, Mrs. Pearl Danner and lola Welling. was: Loretta Page, the bride, Mrs. Harold S. Roth. Mrs. Glenn Page. Sr, mother-in- law, Mrs. Clarence L. MacDonald. Alice Wells, n granite ware saleswoman, Mrs. W. L. McNamara. Grace Burns, a radio saleswoman, Mrs. L. S. Elliott. Irene Ncsbit, n vacuum cleaner saleswoman, Mrs. J. H. Atkinson. In keeping with the second play, Miss Sylvia Schmidle played a piono solo, "Yankee Doodle," with variations and read a history of the selection. The cast of "I Know George Washington," a Colonial play, was: Grandma Pettibonc, a woman of eighty nnd a great admirer of George Washington, Mrs. Henry W. McRob- blc. Nahoma, an Indian girl, Mrs. Anstinc. Mrs. Pettibonc, the tavern keeper's wife, Mrs. Robert S. Cooper. Mahal.. Pettibonc, her stepdaughter, Mrs. Paul D. Luckcy. Mrs. Goodrich, the minister's wife, Mrs. A. W. Springer. Mrs. Eno, a natural pessimist, Mrs. O. O. Ostorwisc. Lucy Chase, Mahala's rival, Mrs. Ira D. Younkin. The" time of the piny is In 1777, early evening rnd the place. Sim- bury, Conn. The scene is laid In a room in the Pettibone tavern. Costumes nnd stage furnishings were of the Colonial period. Mrs. Lcland S Whipkey sang "A Soldier's Farewell." Mrs Morrlll L. Cadwcll was her accompanist. American Home Day is schnduled for Monday afternoon, Mnrch 14. An interior decorator from Pittsburgh will be thp guest speaker and the mooting will be open to guests. Mrs. Charles Detwller wMI be lender nnd Mrs. J. H. Dull will 01 range a musical program. The annual reception for the Junior Culture Club, a feature to be a style show to be presented through the courtesy of G. C. Davidson, has been postnonpd from Monday eve- "ninc, Mnrch 28, to the following Thursday night. The chance was imde because of the annual banmiet of the Order of the Eastern Star with which mnnv of both club members are affiliated. DUNBAR FRESHMAN PLAY THURSDAY Freshman class of Dunbar Township High School will present an operetta in two acts at the Lolsen- ring No. 1 auditorium Thursday night at B o'clock. The production, entitled "It Happened In Holland," requires the appearance of approximately one-third ot tho freshman class. There arc 16 pupils in main roles. Miss Virginia McGivern is directing the ipcaklng, Miss Helen Patterson has charge of costumes anS Miss Mary J. Hcmmmgcr directs the music. Parly at Dlckerson Run. Mrs. Marie Stoner delightfully entertained a few of her friends, last Tuesday evening at her home at Dlckeison Run. The evening was spent at bingo, prizes being won by Miss Grace and Miss Mary Hcmmmger. At a late hour a buffet lunch was served. The guest list included Miss Ethel Painter. Miss Alverda Sovcrns, Miss Grace Husband nnd Miss Hemminger. Mrs. Stoner was assisted by her daughter, Lor- ram, and her brother, Herby Scifcrt. Vandcrbllt Class to Meet. The Ladies' Alturlan Bible Class of the Fust Presbyterian Church of Vnndeibilt \\ill meet at 7:30 Thursday evening at the Harry Stricklcr home on the Conncllsvillo road. IN TIMES LIKE THESE Do you hesitate to q«t « * loan? Ju«I CQQO In And tell * u» how you wilt repay ui in email, regular instalment! . . . tho root (· tiinpl* at ' Perional Finance Co. No ondoiioT*. Com* In NOW1 LOANS up to $500--Alt PLANS 376 O///CM Ninth Year In ConnclUMIlc. PERSONAL FINANCE CO. y Over McCroy'i. . W. Crawford A\emie. I'lionc 31. Dancing Heiress .Five Meyersdale Ciurches io Hold Loyalty Campaign MEYI *SDALE, Mar. l._Five Mils Ann Mccm, nice: of Mrs. Kvclyn Walsh McLean, who owm the world-famous Hope Diamond, Is piceurcd dancine with Gordon Moore In 'Palm Beach, Fla. lltea Mccm is ono of tho national capital's best-known younger society cirls. ICentral Prcts) Lenten Services A! Lutheran Church Beginning Wednesday at 7:30 P. M., Trinity Lutheran Church announces special Lenten services to bo held with evangelism the theme, bringing Christians and the com- mun'ty to the importance ot Christianity in modem life. The world condition is such that serious minded souls should rally for prayer and repentance, with the hope ot stemming the tide of Godlcssncis and paganism," says Dr. W. H. Het- uck. "The only hope for humanity amid the sinister forces that threaten even in our own country is the Kinj;- dom of God. The public is invited." Engine Ride Ills Reward. WAVERLY. N. Y., March !.-- Scven-yejr-old Edin Hilcy, credited with reporting a broken rail nnd averting possible train wreck, would rather have a ride in the cab of an engine than a check for $25. West Ncnton Woman Dies. Mrs. Maiy Paulik, widow of John Paulik, d:ed Wednesday at her home at West Newton. With Mr?. Gule Tonichl. Mrs,. E. B. Guiu will cnteitain the Dunbar Tuesday Night Card Club this evening at her home at 8 o'clock. chinches of Moyoisdnlc, comprising the Evangelical and Reformed, Zion Lutheran, First Methodist Episcopal, M.iin Sticct Brethren and Church of tho Brethren, will inaugurate a Loyjlty campaign beginning Ash Wednesday, March 2, and closing with communion services in all churches, on Easter Sunday. Sunday, March 6, will be known as "Enlistment Sunday," when nil members of the Sunday school and all chuich members arc expected to attend the services throughout the day and also enlist for the scries of services closing on Easter Sunday. Former Constable Held for Robbery GREENSBURG, Mar. 1.--Alleged to have stolen 25 chickens, two hciit- stoves, a cooking stove, chains', scrap iron, dishes and other articles from the property of Alex Boggs of near Carbon last October 10, Raymond Frick, former deputy constable ol Mount Pleasant township has been hcld for court under 31,000 bail following a larceny charge before Squire J. H. Silvis of Hcmp- flcld township. According to the information, Frick, whose office as a deputy constable has been vacated by tho court since that time, accompanied two other constables and State liquor agents to Boggs property last October. Boggs did not live in the place at that time and had icnted it to another family. On the day following the »aid, it is charged Frick returned nnd removed the articles, including the chickens from another building en the premises. When head throbs and aches nnd nerves shake, Capudlno brings comfort In Just a few minutes. Being a liquid Its ingredients arc already dissolved, ready to act. Capudlne quickly clears the head and soothes shaky nerves. No narcotics. By tho dose at drug store fountains or In 30c and 60c bottles. Use the LiquidRemedv ~ -H SAVE MONEY OH DRY ClEWiG Men's Suits Ladies' Dresses and Topcoats and Coats (plain), 49c 308 So. Pittsburgh Street Opp. Carnegie Library BEING SOLD WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE At the Lowest Prices Ever Quoted by This Reliable Firm WANTED TO BOY Old Fashioned Articles Furniture, Glnssivnrc, Old Scenery Pii'ture-i, etc. Abraham Watson SJHTHFIEM). P.\. WOMEN! READ THIS That extra pair just to knock about in. Shoes that 'clamor for sport wear. S'noes for dress. Shoes for women who want comfort and still want a bargain. Ordinarily you'd pay $'4 7 $5, $6 and like it. NOW DRAMATIC PRICE CUT PER PAIR AS LONG AS THEY LAST All the latest and wanted styles and colors in the height ot the season. NONE SOLD REGULARLY FOR LESS THAN $4.00 MANY WERE $5.00 AND 5G.OO Plenty of sizes though not all sizes in each style. P. S.--We have quite a few--but you'd better come speedily. BARGAIN DE LUXE The allure of fine footwear can now be yours at extremely low cost. Save one-third and more. Dainty and feminine models, suitable for women of all ages. Regular prices $4 to $7. LOW SALE PRICE AN ECSTATIC SURPRICE ENTIRE STORE SEETHING WiTH SAVINGS 104 West Crawford Avenue

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