The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1930 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 10, 1930
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i'AGE TWO .H«3 OAIJUY COTJRriSR, CON1 TELUSVILJ..E, ^A. MONDAY, MARCH 10* 19M. V Wise Mother Local Jewish Women Will Observe Council Sabbath Friday, March 14 The Connellaville Section ot Jewish "Women, will observe Council Sabbath with an appropriate service Friday night, March 11 at ! o'clock in the B. F. DAVIS WILL ADDRESB MEN OF FIEST M. K. CHIJRClC II K. Davl , secretary of the Y.~M C. A. at Dlcicerson Bun, will Bnai'lsiaol synagogue, North puts-1 Principal sp ake-r at a ^get-together burg street Mrs. A I. Daniols, presi- meeting for he men and young men clont of .he council, urges every mem- % ^ f TM \\ Methodist ***« )jer to a ,ten(l Church tonight at 7:45 o'clock In the The day H 'universal and te dedlnrt- chuich. Thi meeting has been ar- ed to Jewish womanhood o£ the coun- TMaged In c lebration of «» unUlag and is I ° M«IB a n d Y o u n g M o n s Bible try It la an annual event usually observed tho Friday preceding the Purim holiday The day is observed in every city, tovn and hamlet, where tteir ia a section 51*the Council of Jewibh Women. Tho message Is usually delivered by a local council ineinlbe-r, a visiting council speaker or the rabbi of the local council. The Connellsville section hcu secured Joseph Levine ot Plttsbur* as the principal speaker. GIRLS IN CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR COMPETITION The Junior Christian Endeavor Society ol the First Methodist Protestant Church held a very Interesting meeting Sunday afternoon at the church, with forty members in attendance. The meeting was in the form of a contest between the boys and the girls. The girls won by one point The program presented was: Songs in unison by the Juniors; prayer, Miss Bishop and Miss Williams; duet, William Shaw and Miss Eva 'Yoder; "Good Morning" and "Good Night," accompanied by Miss bourse Heft ley; talk, Miss Williams, county Junior superintendent; stories by the Juniors; piano solo, Miss Frances Clabaugh; discussion of Bible question, by the Juniors; talk, Miss Mary Bishop, "quiet hour" superintendent of the county. Miss Marjorle Means was received into the "quiet hour." Several new members were admitted to the society and al93 several new namesvput on the honor roll. The leader for the meeting was Mlas Loin Fisher. MARY TuOU OTTO HONORED ON TWELFTH BIRTHDAY Mrs. J. P. Bute and daughter, Mr8. Kay B. Otto, of East Crawford avenue weie joint hostesses at a heautl- lully appointed birthday dinner Saturday at noon at the Otto home in honor £ the twelfth annivereary ot (he blrti of Mary Lou Otto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otbo and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bute. The appointments were (significant of Saint * Patrick's Day and were charming in Spring flowere tectlvely used in decorating. \vere li tlo green baskets filled with candy and peanuts. Six of Mary Lou's Kttle frlende were present to in celebrating the happy event. Following the dinner the afternoon was ghen over to games. Margaret Jwm Porter was awarded the prize for it guess ng contest. The honor guest ·was the recipient of a number of lovely gifts Gueate at the party were Margaret Jean Porter, Elizabeth Brooks, Katherlne Rust, Ann Laugh lln, Mary Jane Whipkey and Dorothy Brown. First U. B. Events. The Young Men's Bible Class will rce-et tonight in the home of Ernest Whipkey, 003 Morrell avenue, Greenwood. Tho Ottertein classes of tbe Sunday school. MARY J. RHODES CLASS MEETS WITH MBS. RUDOLPH The Mary I. Rhodes Sunday School Class ,0? Trinity Reformed ' Church was delight! ally entertained Friday night by Mi*. George Rudolph at her home in Vino street. Elwren membere and two gw*t« were present. Following the regular business aesslon a social hour was enjoyed. Dainty refreshments v»ere served. \ The Visitation Workers. community meeting for the Home Visitation Evangelists will be held TcieMlay night at 1 o'clock in the First United Brethren Church. Workers from other churches will meet for in itructlon and inspiration and leave to r visitation. Vlth Mrs. Gay. The Good Will Fancywork Club of Connellsvilk and Mount Pleasant will meet A\ ednesday lor an all day session at fie homo of Mrs. R. O. Gay, East Ciawford avenue. Bmy Twelve Ulnh. The Busy Twelve Olub will meet Friday James street. night in the home of Mrs, South Pittsburg Trustees. Will "Meet. The board of trustees of the First aptlst Churot wtll meet Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clo -k In the church chapel. The L. C I/* V* B» A« B. A. will meet Wednes- Guild wilt hold Its regular meeting tonight at 7i45 Vclock in the church. The Wotttu'n's Missionary Association Cl iss in Stewardship will meet Tuesday night at 7:45 o'clock in the church parsonage. S K. Huey, secretary of stewardship, will have charge. W. M. A. members as well as others are Invited to share this study. A meeting, of the W. M. A. executive eommiUee will follow. At this time annual reports will be made out. Every officer, who is a member of tnls committee, Is requested to attend. The Friendship Class will meet Tuesday night In the home of I. M. Rude in Park street. A large attendance Is desired. Tho J. O. Class will meet Tuesday night In the church for the regular monthly business session. Shllo Lodge. Shilo Ixxtge, lAdlee' Auxiliary to the O 'H C, will meet Tuesday night at 7-30 o'clock In Odd Fellows Hall. No need to be! Keep your system clean with Epsotabs. Take two Epsotabs at night for constipation relief in the morning. Easy and pleasant to take .No griping, no lost time. Try them tonight. For sale at your druggists in EScand SOcpackages. Write for free sample. THE D I L L COMPANY Norrittown, Pa. day night in the social hall of the Immaculate Conception Church. G. A. R. Circle. The Ladies' Circle No. 100 to tbe William F. Kurtz Post, Grand Army ot tho Republic, will meet In regular session Thi rsday afternoon In Odd Fellowa Hall. · TV. B. A. Meeting, The Woman's Benefit Association will .meet U morrow evening in Pythian Hall, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. J, B. L Club. Miss Frances Lelghllter will be hostess to 'he J. B. I. Club Friday night F. H. Club. Mrs. J, B Kline will entertain the F. H. Club Thursday night at her home In South gtreet. ' Lxg-lon Auxiliary. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet tonight in the Legion rooms, North Pittsburg street. Mrs. L. S. RobDlns, tht president, desires a large attendance. Senior C. E. Banquet. The anini il banquet of the Senior Christian J nd-eavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church will be hel'l Thursday night in the ·oclal rootn of the church. Here are Edward and Raymond, husky young sons of Mrs. K. B Garman, 8438 Irving St., Philadelphia. Their mother's experience shows what can be'done to k«ep children robust. Sh Bays: "Sinc I tound out how good California Fig Syrup 1s, I have kept some in the house. 11 always helps my boys. I give it lor upseta or colds." When your child's breath Is bad! tongue is coated; or he is headachy, bilious, feverish, without appetite or energy, give him a little California Fig Syrup. See how its gentle cleansing helps a child. Appetite, digestion and assimilation improve. Stomach, and bowels are toned and ^trength.- ened. The genuine always bears the word California. So look for that when buying. Seven million bottles used a y«ar proves its merit!--Advertlae- menU The Fidelia Class. Fid. Us Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Tue-sday in the home of Mrs. Clyde S. Campbell, 520 Race street The time is Blacka, Mi s. 7:45. Mrs. Rebecca Campbell and Mrs Naomi Hont d,ker compose the committee. Bridge Luncheon. The March 1 o'clock bridge luncheon 'will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Pleasant Valley Country Club. tlartin-Ciiiitarle. Miss Fau Ine Martin and Sheldon Guthrle/both of California, Pa., were married Wednesday, March. 5, in Morgantown, W Va. Sportsmen's Auxiliary. The regul ir meeting of the Woman'* Auxiliary to tire Fayette County Fiah 'and Game Protective Association will be held tonight at the home of Mrs William Blough, Crawford avenue, WeM Side. Uniontovrn Woman 88. Mrs. Amanda Coughenour, for many years a resident oj Unlontown, celebrated the ( ighty-Blxth anniversary of her birth today. She Is enjoying umial good health at her advanced age. GREENWOOD FASCYWORK CLUB · MEETS WWH MR8 BRA8IU3AB The March meeting of the Greenwood Fancywork Club at which Mrs. Mary Braehoar was hostess Saturday afternoon at her homo in. Trump avenue, was qne of the/ moet delightful In many months, Eleven members and one guest, Mre Fell of Philadelphia, who te visiting Mrs J W. Raudman of Morrell avenue, Greenwood, wero present and enjoyed fancy woik during the earlier part of the afternoon. Lunch was served by Mre, Brashear's granddaughttr, Miss Mary Porter and her niece, Mrs. James B Bisel. The gUeste wore eeated at email tables, which were made attractive with bud vasea holding sweet peas and maiden hair fern. The luncheon appointments wore -significant of Saint Patrick's Day, with tho ehamrock design being cleverly carried out, and were exceptionally beautiful. The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, April 2. at the home of Mrs. Alburt Durio, Morrell avenue, Greenwood. KEFOKXED CIIDBl'H HOSTESS FOK 198i PKAYftb HEKTICE At the observance of the annual World Day of Prayer for Missions Friday afternoon Jn tho Christian Churcb, an invitation, 'extended through MTR. C. A. Purbaugh, was accepted to hold the 1931 service in the Trinity Reformed Church, Kolnbow CinK The Rainbow Club will meet in regular session Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. O. F. Lelghty, South Ninth street, Greenwood. With Mrs. HetzeL The Bmanon Club will m*et Thursday night in the home oft Mrs. Harry Hctzel in West Crawford avenue, Went Side, E. B. Martin Class. The 13. B. MaTttn Class of the First Baptist Church Avlil meet Thur»day night in the home of Mrs. Walter Flke, South Pitttsburg street. Hostesses are Mrs. Fike, Mrs. Cor'a Bess Colborn, Mrs. Harry Joy, Mrs, Roy Bryner, Mrs. J. W. Black. First U. P. Meetings. The study of Dr. Torrey's book, "How to Bring Men to Chrlet," will be continued Wednesday night In the church. The study hour is 7 o'clock. The regular prayer service will be neW at 7:45 o'clock. The Mary E. Dick Bible Class will hold an all-day quilting Thursday at the home of Mre, Datvid Nixon, 1119 Race etreet. A ouslneae meeting of the Y. P. C. U. will be held Friday night at 7:45 o'clock in the homo of Mr. and Mr6. W. D. Long in the W«sley Apartments, West Apple street. The Junior Missionary Society will meet Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the church, at which time the junior Special boxes are to W turned in. 0. I. A. Will Meet. The G. I. A. to the B. of L. E will meet Wednesday afternoon in Odd Fellows Temple. Dobornlt Bible Class. Thea Deborah Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church w}ll meet tomor-ow .afternoon at 2:30 o'clock' at the church parlors. Bin. Anderson Hostess. MrSi Frank P. Anderson of Vander- btlt road will be hostess at the regular meeting of the Colonial Club Wet!- n«*day afternoon: Former Local TVomaii Mrs. Fletcher Cunningham ( Somerset, iormerly of Connellsvllle, [ entertained (he member* of her "bridge club \Vedne«day night of lu«t week, Two tables of player* participated in the games, IXiughterg Will Meet. The King « Daughters Bitye Glass of Trinity 1 utheran Church will hold i Its regular meeting tomorrow evening i at the homo of Miw, Frank W Davis of 208 Bast Green etreet, With Mrw. The P, O, Olub of the Dames of Malta will meef, Tuesday night in- the home of Mrs. Edith Dun«ton of Lincoln avenue, C. S3. C. Club. Mi. and Mre, Paul Herman will be host and hostess at tho regular meeting of the 0, H, C, ^lub Wednesday night at their home in Glbeon avenue. THE GENIUS OF MAYTAG / Presents a M. VYTAG , to Jateat stamp**--* $4,500,000 product...tie result of unmatched Maytag r:tource» and equipment..product c f the skill and science of fl» world'* itnot vraaher craftsmen.-made in the world** largest washer fectocy. rfce NEW MAYTAG aur- pawes afl other Maytag achievement* as definite ly a* previous Maytag* have blazed tin trafl of washer development. FOR T HttFIRST TIME, a washer h equip? ed with a NEW ane-pJcce. caat-alun inuxn tub. FOR THE FIRST TEMPS, Maytag offer* a new roDer wfttu jtiuove^ with encased, puptiiHXKtfao, auto* matic dnio. FOR 1 HE FIRST TIME, Ms WASHER presents i NEW, quiet, fife-time, packed d ive. A NEW handy, autotype shif -lever for starting and stop- ptng the rater action, and many other ontstpndne new features, give new convenie tee and greater efficiency to this latet c Maytag triumph. Tao w** the it Pbocw for · trial marfiiin in your own borne. If t ctoewt «dB ttadf, don't keep it t THE JIAYTAG COMPANY, Newton, Iowa Perm- nent Phlluirlphlx Branch. 'l«yt*« UulldtHo-- 3CVI-8 Worth Br«H I *«,, PhllwIelvUla, !«···. . doa. Berlin, Hambara. Ctanm, 0*7, Mdbo JTM. MMO*. W tw*. Bixnt Aim an CMo. Srd- «uj- dtfe*. T U N E I N $ 4 , 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 P R O D U C T linum Washer j FAYETTE MAYTAG COMPANY Bforgantown Fayette Street*, Unioniown, Fa. JOHN H. WORK \ 117 West Apple Street, Phone 1540-R. Connellsrllle, Fa. PARTY AT EAST LIB 6ETT FOK nOIlOTH · LIE DTJR8IV Dorothy L«e Durbln little daughter ot Mr. and Mrt. C. W. Durbln of iSarit Liberty, celctwatad h r eighth birthday anniversary with a party Saturday afternoon at hes ) OHM, the hours bejng from 2 to- 4 o'cl ck. The party was given by Mra. I urbin and was attended by twenty-sei an lUtl* friends ot Dorothy Ieo. Qam SB, tilngiriff and dancing were the dl ere^ons. Marguerite Durbln enterta n«4 with fanoy dftncing. l«tor In t ie Ztfternoon a dainty lunrh was »erv d b)r Mrs. Dur- bln, assisted by her n ace, Miss Edith Durbl of CorinellsvUlt The decorations were in Tteeplng vlth master, th« colors, orange, silver and blue being carried out. Favors were small Easter eggs. The following % ere present: Thelnta Mloke, Helei Colbert, Glena Lilnt, G-ludys Johnston, Lois O'Donnell, Winifred O'Donnell, Wanda Lev-or- good, T'rancea Miller, lelen Mundorff, Tressa Paratta, Carolj n Paratta, Laly- EvanB, Vernon Ui dernvan, Ruth Evans, Janet lAickey, A. Olive Stolp- ley, Glenn Shiplev, Be ty Black, Doris Lee Colbert, Ixrotta t lav-en, Gertrude Shipley, Ruth Shlple;, Bobby Ounn, Billy Richer, Heed Dur.bin, Blxty Durbln, all of 19Ht Liberty, Bobby Durbin and Margu£ Ite Durbln of B. 0. Vets V 111 Meet, The March meeting · f the Baltimore Ohio Veterans Aes elation and the Jennie Layton Auxilie ry will "he held Tuesday night in tha Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A E ich wilj! hold a separate business eese on, after Which the Layton Auxiliary Will be gueats of tthe veterans. Bryner-Port' rfleld. Norman Porterfleld ot Normalvltle and Lir/ie Bryner of Ohlopyle were licensed,to wed in Urlontown. Patronize those wta adrertlas. JOHN W. GREAVES AND WIFE OBSERVE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John W. Greaves of Uniontown, formerly of Dunbar, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage Sunday at a dinner given at the home of their son, Joseph H, Greaves of Unlontown. Mr. and Mrs. Greaves were married March 9, 1880, at Rotherham, Yorkshire, England, and came to America in 1887. They settled at Brownsville. Mr. Greaves for six year*, from 1890 to 1896, was identified with the H. C. Friok Coke Company, serving in the capacity of fireboas and mine foreman. For the next quarter of a century he vas superintendent of the mines for the Dunbar Furnace Company. With b.!s wife he later moved to Unlontown, where he has resided for a number ot years. Ten children were^ born'to Mr. and Mrs. Greaves. Two daughters have since died. Present at the dinner were eight children and their families as follows: Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Greaves of Fairchance, Mr. and Mr L. M. Walters of Aliquippa, Mr. and Mrs. George Greaves of AdiHsou, Mr. and Mrs'. J. W. Greaves, Jr., of Unlontown, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pratt of Outcrop,' Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Walters of Waltewi- of Waitersburg, Mr.- and Mrs. Joseph Greaves and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gr«aveB ot- Union-town. Earl Moyer of Dunbar, a son-in-law, also was a guest. , There are 25 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. I Mr. Greaves has one brother, Thomaa, living at Brownsville, 'Benjamin York, brotKer of Mrs. Greaves, resides at Mount Braddcok. Use {Classified They bring results. Ads. Patronize those who advertise. 11 urn mage Sale. Will be Held by Friendship Bible Claas, Retc raed Church Wednesday, March IX c irner Pittsburg street and Falrview avenue--Adv-trtlutent.-- 8jnar-3t, LU-GRIP Caflapky*fcian, Th«n btfin "emtrgtncy" traatamt wita OVEff W MILLION JARS USED YEARLY Examined and Frames Fitted Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday Kltfhts 100 Kortb Pittsburjr Street* §f i ^* «* A»e» .*.««· _..» 1i :» AW ^toBiMfi* ^A^t^^ tff* So* V*^ d» e ^J *-^ VI * * ^ f P * t t Bait?: at Si. UNIONTOWiN, March 10.--On account of* the absence of Dr S. A. Baltz, who is in St. Louis at the bedside of his daughter, who recently became a mothei, the tiial of Gwrge Reedy, Jamison negro, charged with killing his 19-^ar-old Hweetheart, Bliza Byrd, was con^hrued this morning until tomorr )w, Dr. Baltz is^ex- peeted baok Wednesday or Thursday and he will then give testimony essential to eatabl'shing a "corpus de- licti." Homos 7 Everyday you will find bomu and bom* iltai advertised In our aaliuoi)*--Mii£ tlMB ow. PAINT UP! A dollar's worth ol ·ati»fe»» tiott for «Tery one~rm nwmi. Call FOX'S And You'll G«t III Phone 841. U«e Oui-CUwifiad Ad*

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