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Wednesday, March 2, 1938
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- PAGE TWO. THE DAILTf COURIER, CONNELt-SVILLlS, p A . WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 103S. Miss Ruth Sensbach Gives Book Review. At Meeting of Junior "Culture Club A book review by Miss Ruth Sensbach, a member ot the High School faculty, was an interesting feature of the tegular meeting of the Junior Culture Club, held Tuesday night at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Miss Sensbach's splendid rcvtew of "The Mother," by Sholem Ascli, was thoroughly enjoyed by the club members. The story deals with the immisration of n Jewish family Zjo ihc United. States. The musical program, in charge of Miss Eleanor Welhe, was arranged by Call T. Anstine, supervisor of music at the .High School. It was' iPiano solos, "Juba Dance," Dett, and "Cabaletto," Lack, Doris Lee Colbert of Dickcrson Run. Piano solob, "Ballot In G," Charn- inade, and "Ballet in B Flat," Fay -Strickler of Vanderbilt. Piano solo, "Arabesque No. 2," DoBussy, Doris Walters of Uniontown. Vocal solo, '"Ich Llebe Dich, 1 Grieg, Dons Walters. Piano solo, his own composition IMr. Ansiine. ·Prior to the program a busmes meeting, In charge of the president Miss Louise Wilhelm, was held. Lunch was served by the follow' ing hostesses: Miss Dorothy Kcagy chairman, Mrs Robert McCoy, Mrs Edward S. Hisbce, Mrs. Ronald J Ervm, Miss Carolyn Beuscher am Miss Frances Floto. The table in th reception room uas covered with : lace cloth and centered with a bow of daffodils and lilies of the valley At cither end wcie yellow tapers in crjstal holders Mrs. Josephine Anderson will b guest speaker at the next mcetin on'Tuesday night, March 15. Delightful Program Is Given at Meeting Of Jewish Council Mis William Goldstone, Mrs Louis Shrallow and Mrs. Gcrhart M lorewttz arranged an entertaining iJJUm^ilqg;^ March meeting o Council of Jewish Womcn' i 'at* 1 w^ lc ' Mrs. Goldstonc was hostess Tueij| a . night at her home in East Patters^ avenue. The progiam was precede" i. a brief business session in charge if Mrs. M. M. Snyder, president. Original songs by Mrs. Goldstone vcre sung jn. unison, with Mrs. Shrallow at the. piano. Mrs. Horewitz was in charge of the remainder of the program. The prize for a question box game was won by Mrs. Shrallow, while Mrs. E. Mcrvls received the award for a guessing jame. The hostess served a dainjy unch. Mrs. J. H. Hazlett Will Speak Before -Vanderbilt Club A 1 o'clock luncheon and program will feature an open meeting of th Saturday Afternoon Club of Vandcr bilt to be held Saturday afternoo at the Old Homestead on the Penn sville road. Miss Carrie Dull wl be hostess and Miss Alpha Frenc leader. , Mrs. J. H. Hazlett of Waynesburi formerly of Vandcrb.llt, will be th guest speaker. Mrs. S. W. Brya \. 11 give a reading. ^MRS.'W.'B. DOWNS AGAIN* - . HEAD OF MARY DICK CLAS The Mary E. Dick Bible Class o Uhe First United Presbyterian Churc -met Tuesday night at the home ^Mrs · Charles R. Graft in Orchar payenue. Twenty-five members wer cjjj-cscnt. The president, Mrs. W. ;£owns, conducted the business ses rslons, and Mrs. J. F. Kerr had charg "of the program which was a rcviev £pf some cL the Bible characters th class" had been studying for the pa _j-car. A rising vole oJ thanks wa "given Mrs. Kcrr for her splcnd: work It was decided to have th Gleaners Class, taught by Mr 1 George H. Reagan, to serve the clas at its next meeting Election of officers resulted as fo lows: President, Mrs. W. B. Down vice-president, Mrs Charles R. Graf recording secretary, Mrs. W. B. Car son; assistant, Mrs. Cora Fenicll treasurer, Mrs. Homer May; teache TWrs. Balph B. Hyatt; assistant, Mr rw. D. Long. The meeting close -.with the Lord's Prayer repeated i 'unison. __ - . t A delicious- chicken "nnd'biseu Uunch was" "served" by" Mrs" Graf Tchairmari, assisted by Mrs J. S :Showman, Mrs: J. H. Moore and Mr HDavid Nixon. MARRIAGE OF PARADISE 2; COUPLE is ANNOUNCE: ~ Mrs. Mary Fait of Paradise an Tiounces the marriage of her daugh ]jer. Miss Lee Anna Fait; to Handa Drench, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F -French, also of Paradise. The cere Imony took place November 29, 193' ,8t Cumberland, Md." : The newlywcds weic serenade ^Tuesday evening, _February 22. - / "miscellaneous shower ih~ihelr~liono Svill be held Friday evening at th Tiome of Mrs. Mary Fait : }V. C. T. U. EXECUTIVES "~ WILL MEET SAXURDA - A meeting of the executive com mittec of the Woman's Christian /Temperance Union, of Fayettc Coun ty will be held Saturday at the horn of (he prctident, Mrs. Asia.B. Dlllin cr of Uniontown. The hours ar from 11 to 4. , - All county officers, local pres: dents or their representatives an county directors are expected to at tend. GLEANERS CLASS PLANS COVERED-DISH SUPPER _ The Gleaners Cl.iss of the Church of the Bicthren' will meet in regular session, in the form of a covered- dish luncheon, Friday evening at 6 O'clock at the church dlmngroom. It will also be guest night. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d Barclay -The Authority on AuUioriOee" VS. RUCBICK«, METHODS OF expert players In duplicate tournaments for match. points differ from their rubber bridge tactics somewhat In overy department, oven defensive ^plny- In any contest for totul contract points, such as a team of four knockout frame or rubbers, the defense must concentrate on defeating the contract In the safest and surest way, even If doing that foregoes any chance to beat It an .extra trick or two. But In match point events, It pays to take a Sit lof extra risk for a bigger set. If the ·player thinks the odds turn ever so slightly In favor of Ms getting away jjyith Jt. - _- - _·" _ .4 9 4 3 '" ~, . . V Q J"10 3 · _ ~_:~.» "A K ( 2 ~ A 10 7 5 2 tf 9 2 · J.B S 1 # Q 9 T _ .ARE YOU PALE, NERVOUS? Enr, Pa JJn. ora tfernoU*, HIM BuifrJo Roid. «ar* * · I wal to Bcrrou* I dMQ t ilevp wcQ. 1 hid txcotnc thm sod paJe. and WJLA unable to do nt7 housework. 1 woatd become tired o exnlr.*" I aptd Dr. -- Pierce's Faronte Prescription and tar appvite tuereated. I cimed weiehe and strength and felt M veil »* evrr." Buy it m liquid or tablets from TOOT druscut today. WIN ONE CLASS COMPLETES PLANS FOR ANNUAL BANQUET The monthly meeting of the Win One Class of the First United Brethren Church was held Tuesday night at the church with Mrs. S. K. Huey, hostess. Mrs. E. A. Schultz was leader, Vier theme being "Spreading the Gospel." A hymn, "O Zion Haste Thy Mission," was suns and the Scripture was .cad in unison. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Schultz. A duet, 'Speed Away," was sung by Mrs. J. W Collins and Clork-Witt, accompanied by Mrs. Sara Liston The benediction was repeated in unison. Mrs. Liston, president, had charge of the business meeting. Plans were completed for the annual banquet of the Win One and Young Mens Bible-classes to be held Thursday evening of this week at Fellowship Hall. The meeting closed with prayer by Rev. E. A. Schultz. Members then assembled in Fellowship Hall where, a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Huey, assisted by Mrs. Fred Moon, Miss Anne Gassier, Mrs. J. W. Collins, Mrs. A. J. McKlveen, Mrs John Hough, Mrs. Maude Gaugler and Mrs. Loui Lohr. About forty members were present. GREENWOOD FANCYWORK CLUB ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON Mrs. S. L Miller entertained the Greenwood Fancywork Club ot a beautifully arranged 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon ot her home In East Crawford avenue I' was the regular meeting of the club and places were laid for nine members and four guests. Appointments were in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day and the menu consisted of the many good things accompanying a real chicken and waffle repast. Green and white carnations formed the centerpiece, while adorning cither end of the table were green tapers In crystal holders. After the luncheon the remainder of the afternoon was delightfullj spent at fancywork and games Prizes were won by Mrs. L. S Michael and Mrs. Roy B. Otto, guests Other guests were Mrs. J. P. Bute and Mrs. J. C. Henry. Mrs Florence MacDonald will be hostess at the April meeting at the home of .her sister;" "Mrs. Holland Piersol in "Crawford" avenue, West Side.- CHARLES R. HAGAN, FORMER UNIONTOWN MAN. MARRIED Mrs. William David Reno of New YofkrCity, announces Ihe marriage of her "sister, Mfss Anne" Sampson, to Charles Jlodehaver Hagan, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Hagan j»d the late Dr. A. S. Hagan of Uniontown. The ceremony took place Saturday, February 26. The bridegroom residi'd at Uniontown until eight ycars.dgo when he left for New York where he-has an executive position with the National Dairy Company. COVERED-DISH SUPPER WILL PRECEDE CLASS MEETING The monthly business and social meeting of the Lottie AT'Bradley Class of the South Connellsville Evangelical Chuich -will -be held Thursday night at the social room of the church. A covered-dish supper will be served at 6 o'clock. AID, MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION "The Ladles' Aid and Missionary Society of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. The annual election of officers will take place and a good attendance of members is desired. " ~ Greenwood Aid Society, The Ladles' Aid Society of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Thursday evening at the home ot Mrs. Ernest Mistlc- bauer Tenth street, West Side. _.._c. ." -i . lotind a West, he doubled. The deal arose In a duplicate and th» final contract was 4-Hcarts nt nil tables At all except one, it was set fine trick. But S Carton Churchill of Great Neck, Long Island, Who sat in the West position, managed to Bet his opponents two tricks. Ho started his ·"-'"--· by laying down the spade when his partner's deuce ( he switched to his ghiglel mond The declarer won 1 and led tho heart £ whi' won. Ha then led » low hoping his partner held nt least the Q of thnt suit. Ho did, and returned n diamond for Mr. Churchill to ruff with his last trump. The result wns two down. * - · · _ . Tomorrow's Problem : Q 106 v ~(D«aJorf-NorUir East-WesUvul- JerableO " - ~- -*~ - Vorth's opening bid was 1-Dltt' mon East passed. South callec 1 Hear*. Wcat passed, North bid , Hcarti". Ea 1 " 1 and South pa»«l and Wat P" " a Dld ° f *clubs ·Kterti. »Vk tho contract "to North "Need ol Prayer" Theme Of Sermon This Evening At Gospel Tabernacle "Need of Prayci" will be the topic tonight of Evangel st Mabel E Moore of Baltimoie, Md., who is conducting an old time revival service at the Alliance Gospel Tabernacle at 108 Porter avenue each evening at 7-45 o'clock, excepting Saturday Mrs.'Moore's topic Thursday will be "Bow, Budge or Burn " She has arranged a special seivice Fudny night foi those who are oii.k. Rev. W. E. Smith, pastor, extends an invitation to the public to attend he meetings. CALIFORNIA AIR LINER, WITH N I N E ABOARD, DOWN Continued from Page One. tude ot 10,000 feet between Tejon and Saugus. That was when he advised officials if his line that he decided to turn | northward ( The passengers were Mr and Mrs L B. Walts, of San Francisco, cnroute to Chicago on n pleasure trip (He is a salesman with Belie Vernon Will Celebrate Diamond Anniversary in June · 10 8 6 5 3 *Kone + 8 8 S ~ " (Dealer: North East-West vulnerable.! What Is South's correct play to mako 5-Spades, redoubled, th« club K having been led 7 Minerva Speaks Before"G irl Scouts Miss Minerva Keffcr of the local Girl Scout Council was .1 guest t. the meeting of Troop 4, Girl Scouts, held Tuesday evening at the First Presbyterian Church. Misi KefTcr explained how the council could keep a permanent record of the girls activities in Scout work and would register them at headquarters. The meeting was opened by Gloria Gould with Barbara Humphrey and Lois May as color guards During the patrol meetings scr.ip books \\ ere discussed. The remainder of the evening was used in making voscs. All Scouts who were absent Tuesday evening are asked to bring an empty jar next week and water colors. Songs were sung and the meeting ended with the friendship circle and taps. MISS EDITH COLANIO IS WED TO GKEENSBURG MAN Miss Edith Colanio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Colanio of West Smlthflcld street, Mount Pleasant, and Frank Mechlnko of Greensburg were married Tuesday morning at 0 o'clock at St. Bernndmc's Church, Mount Pleasant. Rev. A. DiStintis officiated The bride was gowned in white satin and carried lilies of the valley and orchids. Anna Colanio v,as her sister's bridesmaid and Paul Mechinko served as his brother's best man. Other attendants were Madeline Colanio and Elizabeth Mechinko. John Uhua and Michael Galonc were ushers. The ceremony was followed by a reception at the home of the bride. Mr and Mrs. Mechinko left for a short weddinc trip The/ will be at home after March 6, in Broad street, Greensburg. Marion Herron Guest Speaker at Meeting Of Junior Auxiliary Miss Mar.i a State nurse, 'on Herron of Brook%ole was the guest speike nt the March me. 'Ing of the Junto Auxiliary to the Satu Club cf Vnnderbilt at 'day Aftcrnooi Slate Treasury Has $91,000,000 Balance By United Press HARRISBUBG, Mar. 2--A financial statement made public today howcd a State Treasury baiancc of $91,211,689 at the bcginhing of ilarcli business. The sum was $27,104,543 greater than the aggregate of Commonwealth cash on February 28, 1937. Meantime, the motor fund, depository of vehicle tecs and gasoline :axcs, more than doubled, increasing from $10,483,066 to $38,623,500, The general fund, from \vhich ordinary expenses of government aic paid, decreased slightly to $9,932 313 February receipts totaled $47,315,847; expenditures, $39,371,023. Queen of Iklardl Gras. NEW ORLEANS, Mar. 2--Miss Malcolm McCullough Tullis, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs Garner H. Tullis, ruled New Orlcars i as queen of carnival. The queen's father was king of the Mardi Gras in 1935 He Is a cotton broker who almost cornered the cotton market recently. he Standard Oil Company. V Kiause, San Francisco, slep- The 75th a: -ing- of the b will be cclcb the Belle Vol mvcisrry ot the found- tough of Belle Veinon atcd with a cai nival by non Volunteer Fire De- father of Gene Klose, a TWA pilot of Kansas City. Krause was cnroute' to Kansas City to visit his stop-son. | Jay Tracy Dhlam and Mary Louise Dulam, Stanford University students j emoutc to their home at Mansfield, Ohio. He is a senior and his sister a sophomore M. H. Salisbury, a company pilot cnroute to Wmslow, Ariz. He has been visiting his mother at Walnut Grove, Cal. The crew included: Captain John D. Graves, chief pilot, Palo Alto, Calif, been with the airline since 1830 and on the San Francisco-Winsiow run since September, 1037. C. W. Wallace, co-pilot, Tucson, Ariz. Margaret M. Wilson, hostess, formerly of Philadelphia. partmcnt June 4 to 11. The parade will be held June 9 with scores ,of fire companies throughout Western Pennsylvania participating. Belle Vernon was incorporated from Washington township in 1863. Formed at East End Men of the East End United Breth- cn Church organized the Mon's Brothcihood at a meeting at the ·hurch Monday night. Rev. W. J. Ritchcy, church pastor, was in charge. Officers were elected as follows: President, Boy Lewellen, secretary, Harold Huey, and treasurer, William Sandusky. ' The brotherhood will meet Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock of each week WASHINGTON, Mar, 2.--The Bureau of Air Commerce today ordered three inspectors to report immediately to the area in which a Transcontinental and Western Air- six llneb plane was missing with passengers and n crew of three. It was understood three other west coast inspectors are available and may be called to the area. which Mrs Helen Mulac was hostess u ?, s j night at her home at Vnndcrbiu was a health program and Miss Heiron chose "Social Diseases" for her subject. Her interesting talk wns followed by a general discussion Mrs. Gladys Bctz was leader. Rcfrcsh-icnts supplemented the program The April meeting will be held at the home of Miss Lola Newmycr. Hospital Patients. Mrs. Mae Jones of Dunbar, John Hamman of Watt street, Anna Mane Freeman of York avenue, William H. Anderson of Connellsville, Star Route, and Mrs Bculah Stump of Fairchance have been admitted to Connellivillc SUtc Hospital lor tre. ntmcnt. Stork at t/:r was born at daugh -, v afternoon at o'clock Tuesdc. nellsville State Mrs Arthur Miller K. D. 2 5 9 Con- Hospital to Mr. and of Connellsville, Married Month, Divorced. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 2 --Married little moic than a month when !he icparated from her husband, Mildred R. Rosano. 19, daughter of Hairy L- Shultz, tod ly was granted a divorce from Frank Rosano of Unionto\vn They were married November 12 1930, at Eikton, Md. She left him December 24 ot the same year. was slapped In the face the same day I was married because I wanted tc come home," the wife testified Within a week after marriage she said ho twisted her arm, forcing her to cry out in pain. Dr. BeJl Coming Home. Dr/ Harry J. Bell of Dawson, who had been a patient at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, for the last five weeks, will arrive 'tome this evening Mrs. Bell, who accompanied him to the- hos,- pital, will return with him. Dr. Bell underwent a major operation and is getting along nicely. Edward II. Dickie Dies. SOMERSET, Mar. 2--Edward H. Dickie, 41, district manager of the Standard Oil Company, died Monday night In Wmdbcr Hospital of complications He is survived by his wife and a son. Son Born to Daviscs. A son was born tc Mr. and Mis. James Davis, colored, of Connellsville, Star Route, at the Hospital at 8:42 o'clock this morning Dunbar Township High School Freshmen Present "IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND" At the High School Auditorium Thursday, March 3rd S 1'. 31. Admission--25c mid 35c MASTED XO BUY Old Fashioned Articles Furniture, Glassware, Old ScenerjiPJctnrcs,-ctc. _ Abraham Watson SMITIITIELP, F\. MISSIONARY SOCIETY WILL LELECT OFFICERS The Women's Missionary Society of the First United Berthrcn Church will meet at 7:45 o'clock Friday night at the home of Mrs. C. M. -Stone, 211 Lincoln avenue. Mrs. S L Fletcher will have charge of the program. Officers will be elected An executive meeting will be held and this being the last session of the year all collectors are to have their reports ready. CHURCH WORK SOCIETY TO~BIEET AT PARSONAGE The Church Work Society of Trinity Reformed Church will meet Thursday evening at the church parsonage, 104 East Green street. ~ " Mabel I/ols Schrock Feted. Mabel Lois Schrock was honored Tuesday evening at a delightful party held at the home of her parents, Mr nnd Mrs Charles Schrock, the occasion marking her eleventh birthday anniversary. Th5rty-fl\ e flicnds of the honored guest joined in the celebration. Bingo and other games were placed. Among many beautiful and useful gifts received by Mabel Lois was a large birthday cake covered with while frosting and yellow candles and presented to her by her mother. Lunch was served by Mrs Schrock and daughter, Miss Opal Licensed at Grccnsburjr. Oscar A Haugcr ot Donegal and Sally E. Zimmerman of Acme were licensed to wed at Greensburg. EVEBY SUNDAY $1.35 Pittsburgh Round Trip $1.10 aicKecsport and Braddock. Lv. Connellsville 8:00 A. M, or 10:10 A. M. Return Sunday Night Consult Ticket Agent for Details. a par. HFBF\ HOW! Bu) n pair of shoes, at low nerve j n w v » ! . . . U S I N 1 C ( j ,,cio« . . . T U C K I Hf\D I *' ir lc (One Penny) ou can get n pnli I nClM I W I X 1 ... which snlil orlKlnnllj for less thnn Si, , (he store lor jour easy selection. le prices of $2.88, $3.88, 51.89, $5.88, of Tv omon s Shoes none of «5 } ge, all displayed on rack in THINK OF IT! A PENNY A , _ _ _ ,, , BUT DON'T THINK TOO LONG! 1 SPORT and DRESS SHOES for WOMEN Giouped heje are shoes suitable for women pf all ages. For women who want comfort in walking or all-day wear shoes, but who demand style too -Hooper style. Dress shoes In leather or suede, French or Cuban heels. Walking oxfords or straps with all leather heels. Chrome or oil tan. calfskin, suede, or suede and leather combinations Excellent size selection insuring competent fit. These are good all-year 'round shoes. FAMOUS Air Tread and Tweedy Shoes The alluie of fine footwear can now be yours at extremely low cost. Save one-third and more. Regular stock 56 00 and $6.50 nationally advertised shoes. Many with cushion insole construction. Significant style versions of step-in or strapped models. Supple calfskins, fresh colored suedes. Dainty and feminine for daytime wear. Tie or lace styles foi stui ider use. Heels to suit. Sizes to f i t . . . and the price SCippendorf Foot Rest Shoes Ml leather Krippendoi f-Dittman made shoes. Were ?6.90 and ?7.90. Superb fitting quality. Treat your feet! $ for Young Lady or Mature Matron Sophisticated creations expressing the peak m shoemaklng art. The glove-fitting materials -- variety of styles--various heels--accent your mood, whether it be for active outdoor use or the repose of cocktail hour. Of course oil styled by Hoop\ «rsonally. Krippendorf suedes er £ 'bardmes included. and giU uar Prices $6.50 to $7.00 Rcgi , Perse, tnified . for Spling The vciy latest ai rivals ^ u must ECC included m this sale. Yo f can do to them to realize uhat a pai brighten your spirits. DON'T RUB YOUR EYES IT'S TRUE P ! 1O4 West Crawford Connellsville, Pa. J W

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