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Thursday, March 16, 1939
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PAGE TWO." THE DAfLY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1939. Yolanda Fasok Is Soloist at Meeting Of Junior Musicians By LYNNE B. KINCELL Junior Mozart Musicians Will Appear On Senior Club's Program Monday Night · Miss Betty Lee Dixon, Miss Marjoric and Miss Emma Jean Hay, members of the Junior Mozart Music Club and contestants in the Pennsylvania Forensic and Music League, ..will be guest, attists 'on the. program ot the Mozarf.Music Club' at 8 o'clock Monday evening. Miss Dixon is the soprano contestant' and lively. ·_ _·· ··--· ~- ·'··"·'- Mrs. Graydon- Whipkey- -has -ar-ranged a varied musical program, .using.Stephen.Collins :tions. A violin quartet, piano solos, .vocal trios and group singing will be enjoyed. Mrs. Douglas K. Mcllvaine, "president, will have 'charge of the -business session, ot which time plans' to send_Edward_ MoGiU-to'^Philadel- ;;phia to;com"pe£e-in"the co'ntest, s'poh- ·-sored bjr-the^Perinsylvania" Federa-' -lion of Musie'Clubs, will -be completed. -' -Hostesses. ar.e..Mrs.. _ Paul. _Munsey, .Mrs. Paul. O.~ Malonc · :Jarnes"Shields."' ::. _: and '.Mrs. National Defense " Program li ^Giy B y .A.R,;Women '- A -program -on "National' Defense" featured the March meeting of Philip Freeman Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution, held Wednesday afternoon at the i-hapter's room at the Carnegie Free Library. Papers presented were: "Defense for America and Our For- .eign Policy," Mrs. B. J. Hooper; "National Defense at Home," Mrs, Milton 'D. Williams. . . £;;, '. Mrs..R. M. Lei. bergery regent, was ^ln charge, of the business session. -£2rs.;.WUliam H. Soisson will be the ''chapter's. "delegate to the annual Continental Congress at Washington, D. C.,"the week of April 17 and Mrs. Edward F.' Clarke, the former Miss Mary Caroline Cochrac, will be one of the. pages from Pennsylvania. Mary E. GrimrrvBride : Of Charles R. Harvey Mrs. Elizabeth Grimm of Lcisen- ring No. 1 announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary E. Grimm, to Charles R. Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey of this city. The ceremony took place at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon, March 9, at Wcllsburg. W. Va. Rev. H. W. Best officiated. The bride wore an attractive blue dress with accessories to harmonize. Mrs. Harvey was graduated from Dunbaf Township High School, a member of the Class of 1938. Mr. Harvey attended the Connellsville High School and is associated with his father In business. J. F. Lev/is Gives Plant Talk Before ; - B. and P. W. Club Members ot the Business and Pro- |Sessional Women's Club in attendance I at- the semi-monthly - meeting, held Wednesday night at the West Penn Model--Home, heard and enjoyed an interesting and instructive' lecture on 'Thru the Year With Pennsylvania Plants, 1 ' -given by John F. Lewis, instructor pi biology at the High School. Mr. Lewis illustrated his talk with colored pictures, many of which were taken in this vicinity. The program was arranged by the bulletin ..committee, comprising .Mrs. QrarrEngleka, : chairman;-Miss -Mary Coyne and Mrs."-Edna Trinkey;-with Mrs. Engteka presenting the speaker. Mrs. Lyne H. Scott, reeordh^g secretary, presided over . the _ business session., at .which the club voted to sell'an. allotment of tickets for two concerts ".to' be given March 31 and; April" Connellsville High School auditorium by the All-Western High School Ban'd, sponsored, by the Pennsylvania State Music Association'. - The band is"~c6'mprised oj selecte'3 students from high schools of Western Pennsylvania, who are recommended by their teachers and supervisors. Arthur- Pryor, nationally- known band director- and the world's greatest trombone soloist, will be the guert conductor. Voting on proposed amendments to the by-Jaws- and constitution was postponed to" the next meeting. The club received an invitation to U style show to be- given -Tuesday night, 'larch 21, at the Woman's Cul- !ure Club roonid at the Carnegie Free Library. The event Is being sponsored by; the Junior Culture Club and presented, through the courtesy' of G. C. Davidson.- It was announced that $10 was realized-from n recent card party Riven by Mrs. J. Raymond Meslrczat, Mrs. Thomas D. - Newmyer, Misses Grace and Sara Adams and Miss Dorothy Sherrick. Proceeds were applied to the club's dental fund. The'triaxt meeting, scheduled for Tuesday ei-cning, March 28, will be featured by a book review to be given by Miss-Ruth Sensbach, denn of High School girls. C. B. Murphy Speaker For Gradale Meeting The Gradale Sorority will meet at 7:45 o'clock tonight at the Y. M. C. A. - The topic of the Bible study course is "The Kingdom of Heaven." C. B. Murphy o£ this city will be the speaker. - Boston Dons Blizzard's Mantle Marian Harris was hostess at the March meeting of the Junior Mozart Club Wednesday evening at her home in South Prospect street. After the usual opening exercises which were conducted by John Jackson, president, with Kathleen Barnes at the piano, the meeting was turned over to Betty Lee Dixon, program chairman, %vho presented the following program: Piano soio, "Romance," Rubinstein, Nonna Elpern. Violin quartet, "Military Symphony," Haydn, arranged by Carl Simonis, and "Unfinished Symphony," Franz Shubert, arranged by Carl Simonis, played by Emma Jean Hay, Samantha Stickel, Jack Dahl and Carl T. Anstine, Jr., accompanied at the piano by Kathleen Barnes. Piano solo, "Caprice In Old Style," Templeton, Marjorie Hay. Exercise, "Who Knows?" Barbara | Moore and club members. At this-point-of the program a delightful feature was the singing of Miss Volanda Fasola, soprano, accompanied by Miss Marie Galasso. Miss Fasola' rendered the following numbers in the - beautiful Italian I tongue: "Serenada Rimpianto," To-1 sell!, -"Marechiare," Tosti, a nd "La' Serenata," Tosti. The program for the April meeting was read and - announcement made that all members; are.. required to make up t back -numbers - before the [ season comes to a dose, in June. At the invitation of the State historian, a scrap book, historical in eon- tent, is in the making by Helen Schmidle, under the assistance of the club counselor, Mrs, Carl.T. Ansticrc. The' treasurer's report, submitted by Jean Goe, showed that the local junior club has a paid membership, numbering fifty-live in the Pennsylvania Federation of Music Clubs. ... The social houi^was marked by delicious refreshments served, by the hostess and the following assistants: OUT-OF-TOWN WOMEN ATTEND V. F. W. UNIT MEETING When the Ladies. Auxiliary to Walter E. Brown Post ot the Veterans of Foreign Wars met Wednesday for its regular session, it had as its guests Mrs. . Thelma. Littler.- of. Greensburg, president of . the West- J. D. Morgan. LAUREL HILL Y. T, C. MEETING ANNOUNCED rnorcland County Council of Auxiliary to the V. of F. "W., foe and Mrs. Jennie Goughnqur," past president of the Uniontowri auxiliary. ·- After the business^sessiori, presided; over by the : president, Mrs. Flora Stirpa, handkerchief showers were; given in_honor of Mrs. June Cook^ Mrs. Clara Sperry, Mrs. Lottie Burrows, Mrs. Margaret Pickard and Miss Ora Hawk,., whose.. .birthdays fall in March. Each was the recipient of many beautiful handkerchiefs. L'unch was served in the 'djningroom, a" color scheme of green and 'white being carried out "in' tKe' table decor-' aliens-and Juneli. ATarge birthday cake "iced in white'and bearing" the inscription "Happy Birthday"- in greeny centered the fable, -jyhile .at cither' end "were--crystal" holders in whjcb... were .green tapers. The .ice cveam.was centered with a. shamrock and 'favors, ..small .green baskets, were filled with mints. . ' ; Games were played afUr the lunch. -Many lovely- gifts, donated: By Mrs. Mary - O*Donnell, were awarded to Mrs. Anna Tressler,' Mrs. Myrtle Orndprff i: -Mrs; --June Cook, Mrs. Margaret Pickard, Mrsl'-jThelma LitHcr and Mrs.;Giara Sperry.- Mrs. Anna ·-Tressier Deceived the -door prize. - -- · · - ' '--'--- .-.. . ·'".;; Nomination and, election of officers will take place titrths. nextjmeeting: to be held Wednesdayr.evening,.:Aprjl.. sions, award fov the former" going to Soverns, Mrs. John Meyers and Mrs. Mrs. William F.-Brooks and for the - - -· later, to Mrs. Stanley U. Morris. Later in the afternoon-pie hostess served a delectable lunclv appointments being significant of Saint Patrick's Day. A green and _ white color motif prevailed. THe rqqms^ were "made at~ tractive with cut "flowers a'nd potted' plants. Twelve memb'ers and a guest, -Miss Jesse. : Brpoks, sister oi the -hostess, were present.' · " ' · ' . _· The next .meeting will be held :Wednesday_;afternpo.n, March 29, at the home of-"Mrs. D. H. Horton in" ;_South Pittsburg street. · Ohionyle Woman Honored. Mrs. David. Collins was honored -with a surprise birthday party Sat-: urday.evening at..her.home at Ohiopyle.. Five hundred and games were ·the diversions'.ol.the:.evening. Lunchi '.was ..served.·;by.Mrs. EHinger and Jennie Schaefer. 'Among the guests were 'Mr. and'Mrs. Richard Bryner, .Mr."and Mrs. B. B. Ellinger and .children, Jean and Dale of. Grindstone, George and .Jennie Schaeffcr, .Warren Cunningham and. Lillian Sipe. ' Mrs. Collins received useful .gifts... . ' GREEN-WOOD CLUB MEETS--'--'"-' WITH MRS.-ALBERT BUKIE Fancywork and sewing were .the diversions at the March meeting .of the Greenwood Fancywork Club at which Mrs. Albert Durie'was hostess Tuesday afternoon at her home in Morrelt avenue. Greenwood. Nine, members were present. The meeting concluded with a dainty lunch, .served .by the hostess. Date and hostess for the next meeting will be announced later. 'Pageant of Brides' St. Aloyshis Hnll BUSBAR, PA. -T.V Friday, March 17th A d m i s s i o n 3"r SIRS, VI. T. SMITH HOSTESS TO SILVER THIMBLE CLUB The Silver Thimble Club was delightfully entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Walter:!. .Smith at her home in Wills road.' Bible lotto and Chinese checker's'were the diver- Tliia photo, taken from tho Boston Common, shows the State House as It appeared folio-wins the unexpected March blizzard that swept New England. Fourteen deaths have been reported in Massachusetts, with scorfct of people injured. S. (\. CLUB ENTERTAINED ; marking licr birthday. At a late hour BY MRS. SYLVESTER HALL j a delifcicus lunch was served. The S. A. Club met Wednesday j Tha next meeting will be held ·em'ng a', the home of_Mrs. Sylvester! Thursday evening, March '3.0. · Mrs. Hall of Park street. Ail members · Ray (McDowell of Wheeler will be were present. Mrs. Frank Koballa i hostess.. . . ,, .-._·; was an honored guest.. The. evening i --: ' ' was spent at sewing. Mrs. F r a n k : . Licensed (o Wed. Herbert received the door prize.: William Sawyer and Myrtle John- Each member presented Mrs. Harold son of Layton were licensed to marry Hostetler with a. towel, the occasion ' at Uniontown. - . . . Perfect Tea -- Conveniently TEA LEE ETTA LODGE PLANNING BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Lee Etta Lodge, Ladies Auxiliary MRS. ADA SCOTT. FORMER LOCAL WOMAN, HONORED Mrs. Ada Scott celebrated her l!U3L-l:£3 dull lilt: L u ; l u . v i l l ^ U3al3 ItlH t3. . . Ruth Harbaugh, Marjorie Hay, Kath- j f U fJ C «r P ? ar ., raeeUn * '?, leen Barnes, Agnes Kane, Jean Goe, Don Soxmar. and Joseph Carlton. The assistant counselor, Mrs. Leland S. Whipkey, was absent because of continued illness. The April meeting of the club will be held at the home of Bayonne und Jany Dunkle, 243 East Fairview avenue, Wednesday, April 19. SAINT PATRICK'S PROGRAM GIVEN BY DAWSON CLUB to the Brotherhood of Railroad eighty-second birthriuy Monday at Trainmen, met. Wednesday evening i the home ot her daughter, Mrs. Flora at the Y. M. C. A. Two applications I Garlite, second avenue, Hazelwood, for membership were received. The ' with whom she mukes her home. A lodge decided to hold a covered-dish | prettily appointed family dinner was served at (i o'clock, the menu consisting of chicken with all the trimmings. The center of the table was ornamented with a beautiful birth- j held Wednesday evening, April 19, in celebration of the silver anniversary of the auxiliary, which was orgnnizcd April 22, 1914. The fol- ' day cake decorated in the center lowing wore named on the mittcc: Mrs. Sara Moon, com- Mrs. with the inscription, "Mother," in ' pink. Mrs. Scott v/as the recipient Eleanor Lilly, Mrs. Rose Corvin, Mrj. ' of many beautiful gifts, also a num- Mrs. Catherine j ber of birthday cards, some being Blanche Lowery, Stewart and Mrs. Myrtle LaRue.' seni by her Connellsville friends. Mrs. Ethel Wills, who is ill ut the i Among those present at the dinner home of her sister, Mrs. Blanche | were the honor guest's son-in-law Dagon of South Connellsville, was ; and daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold i reported to be improved. Mrs. Bertha : Blascy and sons, William, Howard The Protectors Club of the Dames i Lancaster, who was a patient at the · and Donald, oE this city, and Mr. of Malta of Dawson met Monday | Connellsville State Hospital, has re- j und Mrs. Edward Garlite and son, night at Junior Hall with Mrs. Frank j turned to her home. It was also a n - j Jerry, ;mc! dnughtcr, Barbara, of "-'-' : "~" : ~ - u ' "-" . .. . -- - - - ' Bcechview. Pittsburgh. Mr. Garlitz is a son of Mrs. Flora Garfitz. Mrs. Scott lias n number of friends in this community, having resided here at one time with her daugiHer, Mrs. Garlitz. Houpt, president, in charge of the nounccd that Mrs. Dorothy Lowman business session. Nineteen members ; s confined to the Hospital for treat- and one guest, Mrs. Clyde F. Ran- ment and that Mrs. Ida Evans o£ dolph, were present. After the business meeting, the hostesses, Mrs. John T. Landymore and Mrs. Henry Brown, arranged a program in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day. It was: Reading, JJ Saint Patrick,'' Mrs. Graver Allen; poem, "Everybody's Irish," Mrs. Frank Houpt; piano solo, Mrs. Jack Hoffman; reading, "When Spring Is Come." Mrs. Peter Miller; piano solo, Mrs. George Shallcnbergcr. An old- fashioned spelling bee fololwed and was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Frank Husband and Mrs. David Husband won the prizes. The door prize was won by Mrs. Jack Hoffman. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, the beautiful table appoint- Hyndman suffered a fractured shoulder in a fall. Mrs. Evans is the mother of Mrs. J. B. Kerns of Newmyer avenue. Members and friends were inviled to a hat social to be held Tuesday, j March 21, at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Lowery, president. Each member is requested to bring a beautifully trimmed hat WILLIAM 1SENDER OF BERLIN OBSERVES 91TII BIRTHDAY V^illiom Bender, Berlin's only surviving veteran of the Civil War, observed his ninety-fourth birthday Wednesday. A number of his relatives und friends called to offer ments being in keeping with 'saint' congratulations. A native of Zanes' vlUe, Ohio, Mr. Bender, with his fam- Patrick's Day. Hostesses for the next meeting, to | be held April 10, will be Mrs. George Crawford Tea Room . ::Our:-.FrI(lay ami. Satur- "'·clay ' Evening Dinners are becoming very popular.'. rJNlany of our pa. trons come 'to Cormells- ville,' just for these "de- llcio'iis'-dinners. ^Chicken Waffles . .. -·--.: : 0 ' ur -most ...... '.popular dinner " ' " This. dinner includes a se_ lection' of Cocktails and . Soup, Koast Chicken and Filling, .Waffles with Chick-. en Gravy or Syrup, New Potatoes or. .Sweet Potatoes, several Fresh Vegetables, Sherbet,' a" selection- of ~SaI-' .ads, Home. 'Made Rolls;. just out of tlie oven, a Dessert and Cofl'ee. _ Our Friday and Saturday Evening Menu includes - many other Dinners from GOc DELICIOUS LAYER CA-rvGS, PIES AND ROLLS ON. SALE EVERY PAY settled at Berlin December 25, 1855, after a long journey across the Allegheny Mountains, Following in the footsteps oJ his father, He established a carpenter trade at Berlin, retiring at the age o£ 80. At the last election, Mr. Bender walked to the The Youth's Temperance Council! ' :oUs io . vo ' e an i? ex P ecls lo ' Vote a of Laurel Hill will meet at B o'clock Tuesday night, March 21, at the West Penn Model Home. Rev. Reed, pastor of the Baptist Church of Dunbar, will speak. Members will respond to the roll call with, a' verse of Scripture be- ginning.with A. CHRISTIAN PHILATHEAS WILL MEET TONIGHT The Philathea Class of the First Christian Church will meet, tonight at the home of Mrs, James Charlesworth in Pearl street instead of Friday night as previously announced. few more times." B. OF U. V. WILL MEET FRIDAY AT ELKS HOME Emma B. Goodyear. Tent of the Daughters of Union '.Veterans will meet at 7:45 o'clock Friday night at Elks Home. St. Patrick's Dance Friday, Karcli 17, 193!) 8:30 to 12 O'clock Eagles Hall DIXONIONS Spring WINE, for Beige, Blue and Black Shown is one of Lizard, with dainty openings over the instep, heel and toe. Pit is assured -by a "wee-bit" of gore which gracefuliy .swings over the instep and back of the heel. The new Pagoda heel .is dashing in its spiral design . . '. the FAIR.' Also in Parisian Blue. They're TWEEDIES, may we show you these, soon. HOOPER LONG Babe Born to'Conkos. A son weighing seven and one half pounds was barn Wednesday morning j at 11 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P, Conko o£ South Seventh street, West Side. It has been named Francis Joseph. There arc two boys and a girl in the family. The mother vvas Johanna Riedman, THE SWING IS TO THE ELECTRIC RANGE Simplifies the fine art of good cooking! At it new lower cost you can now enjoy the cleanliness, cool kitchen comfort, the speed and economy, and the better results . of modern electric cookery. All these are yours with the newGsNE8Ai.EMCTWC-#/»j added advantages no other range can offer. Til-fl-COOK LIGHTS IN COLOR. Tell rou in- atao'dy .when and -where . the carreat is oa, SEIECT-A-HEAT CMSOO COOKING.UNITS. Fire cooking beats--from . luper-spesd to simmer. NU-FLEXTRIPL-OVEH. 3 ovens in one! 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