The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 3, 1938 · Page 2
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March 3, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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I'AUE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELiLSYILIJE, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 103S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL County Federation Executives to Plan - Spring'Cdnverition A meeting o£ the executive, com- mitiee of the Fayotte County Federation o£ Women's Clubs will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at th« White Swan Hotel," Umpntownj lor_ the purpose of deciding on the place and date lor the annual spring meeting of the fedciation A program will also be outlined at this time Local members of the committee planning to attend are Mrs Henry W. McRobbic, Dr Katharine Wake- fleld and Mrs. John M Young Charles-F;-Hirst," Former Local Man, Is : Feted ori Birthday MRS. JULIA COSSEL IS HOSTESS AT DINNER Mrs Julia Cosscll" delightfully tntertalncd the Goodwill Fancywork Club Wednesday at her home m Isabella road A baked him dinner of lovely appointments, symbolic of "Saint P-itrick's Day, was solved at ^oon Places were laid for four members and three guests, Mrs. L S, Michael, Miss Mary Adams and Mrs. John Moore ' The table was ornamented with green tapers in crystal holders. Combination place cards and favors were small green baskets filled with green and white mints Attached to the baskets were miniature pipes The aftcrnoon'was given over to fancywork and games, the prize for the latter being received by Miss Adams The door prize wa; awarded to Mrs Michael The club will hold a banque' Wednesday evening, April 6, a Ccauford Tea Room Charles JT. Hirst, former, well- nawh'reslde«t of ConrjellsvUlc, was leasantly surprised Wddnesday eve- ing when fellow members of tho Comas Club of this city 'assembled t'Kis Tiome'in Walnut aVenuc, Scott- Sle, to assist m celebrating the an- jlversary of his birth. The party, a tag aftMtr, was arranged by Mrs Iirst Contract bridge \vas the di- rersion of the evening, four tables if players participntlng in the games ,'nzes- were won .by Judge Hoss S Matthews and C Gould Hyatt Dur- jng the evening Mr Hirst was presented with a pen and pencil set At the close of the games, Mrs Hirst, assisted by her daughter, Mrs Sherman Moorehcad and daughter-in- aw, Mrs. J. Mendel Hirsi,of Scottdale, Mrs C B Culver of EcIsenrinR, to Charles H Stoullcr and Mrs W. :. Michael of this city, served a dainty lunch Pick-up sticks nnd games were played by Mrs. Hirst and her aides Prizes were won by Mrs Culver and Mrs. Stouffcr. PAULINE PRTTTULAK IS BRIDE OF WILLIAM BLAIR Mr. and Mrs John Prytulak of East Fnirvlcw avenue announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss niELBA SCOLAVINO HONORED ON HER 18TII BIRTHDAY A delightful and noval surprise party was given Monday evening a the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Scolavino at Dawson in honor of th eighteenth birthday of their dough ter, JT;lba On their arrival th guests all donned house coats an' greetings of "Happy Birthday" wcr exchanged They were then mvite to £hc dimngroom where a 7 o'cloc spaghetti dinner, prepared in tru spaghetti style, was served The at tractive table appointments were i keeping with Saint Patrick's Day The guests ate by candlelight." Four | tall green candles burning in crystal' RICHARD OVER AND BRIDE Pauline Prytulak to E Blair, son of Edgar Blilr William of West Crawford avenue The ceremony took place Monday evening, February 28, at the parsonage of the Frist Baptist Church at Morgantovvn, W. Va , with the pastor, Dr. O O Dcitz, officiating The bride wore a brown faille crepe frock, trimmed with white grosgraln ribbon, and n corsage of gardenias There were no attend- Dr. Paul Proudfit | Speaks at Meeting Of Hospital Club V --^--^-Dr Paul Pioudflt, resident physician at the Connellsvillc State Hos- putal was the guest speaker at the March meeting o£ the Hospital Club, held Wednesday afternoon at t 2 Hospital with the president, Mrs El- wood"MTM Keagy, in charge Dr Proudfit told of the duties of a resident physician and gave some of hib experiences The club decided to hold a'rum- mage sale in the near future and to meet once a week at the Hospital, on nltcinatc Wedncsdajs and Thursdays, to sew fo- the institution The first sewing Is scheduled for next Thursday Cod liver oil was bought by the club and will be given to needy families One new member,-JMrs. Ralph L Cox of Star Junction, was received After the meeting members went to the Legion Home where a beautiful af 0 han, sold for the benefit of the club, was disposed of. The winner was Edward Lawrence-of 720 East Chestnut street, Lancaster, Ohio, formerly of Conncllsville Quite a substantial sum was realized BRETHREN YOUNG PEOPLE TO MEET SUNDAY NIGHT "Church Attendance" is the theme of the topic to be discussed by_tho Brethren Young People's Department of the Church otthe Brethren when it meets Sunday evening at 6 4 5 o clock at the church Russell Lepley will have charge of tho program. Susan Ridgeway, Florence Smith, Kathleen Coldrcn, Naomi Truxell and Delmar Myers will give brief addresses A membership contest is brm, held with the dcpirtment being divided into two teams, red and blue The contest will continue for seven weeks All young people are in- BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WMTTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" NOT AT ALL ALIKE THOUGHTLESS plajora may ants Mr. and Mrs. Blair are graduates of the Connellsvillc High School, the bride a member of the Class of 1937 and the bridegroom, of the Class of 1935 Both ore popular among the younger !et Mr Blair is employed by the Capstan Glass Company at South Connellsville For the present the couple will reside at the home of the bride vltcd to attend HAZEL KING, UNIONTOWN NURSE. TO BECOME BRIDE Miss Harcl King daughter of.~Mr ,md Mrs Samuel W King of Chalk Hill, and I 1 ranch. Maher, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Mahcr of Footcdale will be married Monday morning March 7, at St-^John's Parish, Un- lontown There'will be no attendants ^ The bride-elect is a graduate o the Uniontown High School, a mem ber of the Class of 1334, and of tin Uniontown Hospital School of Nurs ing Her nance Is a graduate of th German Township High School am Is employed by the H C Frick Cok Company at Bufflngton. holders formed the centerpiece. At each plate were dainty place cards -Later in the evening dancing was the diversion Punch was served The honor guest received beautiful gifts The guest list included Albertha Guldenshuh, Mary Grace Chambers, Doromy Dong, Eleanor and Esther Primus SILVER THIMBLE CLUB IS ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON i Mrs William F Brooks entertained the Silver Thimble Club at a beautifully appointed 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon at her home m "Chestnut street AH members but one were present. A color motif of green and white, significant'of Saint Patrick's Day, was effectively earned out: The centerpiece was a potted white hyacinth, while gracing cither end of the table were green tapers in crystal holders Guessing games and fancywork supplemented the luncheon Prizes for games were won by Mrs Harry L Reagan and Mrs W L Lewis. The nc -t meeting will be held at Crawford Tea Room Wednesday afternoon, March 10, with Mrs. Charles F Hirst of Scottdalc, hostess RESIDING AT UNIONTOWN Mr and Mrs Richard Over, whose marriage was on event of Sunday, February 13, are residing with the 1 idcgroom's parents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Over of 30 Coolsprlrtg street, Uniontown. The ceremony took lace at Wellsburg, W. Va, with Rev tartis Wise officiating The bride ras formerly Miss Mirjorle Rankln, aughter of Commissioner and Mrs ohn W. Rankin of Uniontown She ; a granddaughter of Mrs F M 'isher of South Connellsvillc ' Shilo Lodfro to Meet. Shilo Lodge No. 103, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet this venlng at 7 30 o'clock at the Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C A. consider a four-card holding to the A-J, opposite three to tho Q. Just as good as four headed by the A-Q-J opposite, 1 three little ones There Is a far [cry between them, however, if the! 10 and 9 arc missing. When the) three honors are In tho some hanU, It la possible to take all tricks In the suit, but utterly impossible If tho combination IB split * K Q 10 5 V A . J 4 2 4 10 8 6 5 3 ANone * A 7 3 4 J 9 8 ·» 2 U Q 6 3 A 7 cd to bouth s J. The heart Q was ho next lead. West covered with ho K and dum.ny with the A. Tho I was then cashed and a low heart oat to West with tho 10 A club vas returned which South won The spades 9 and 8 were cashed and the diamond A, but the last two tricks had to bo given up Harold C Richard of New York, ho other declarer, managed the hand quits differently. After winning the club K lead with tho spade £, he led ft diamond to bis A and :hen offered his losing diamond Sast won and returned a club This was won in tho dummy and a third diamond led. In this way, Mr. Richard set up two diamonds for discards, and ao made his contract Tomorrow's Problem A Q J 10 6 4 2 9 8 5 (Dealer: North. East-West vuV ncrable ) At two tablci In duplicate "Itoumoment, the South players . Handed In a contract of 6-Spades doubled by East and redoubled by North. It was sot at one table two tricks, and made at the other The clab K-was led, which wen ruffed at table 1 with the «pad K The »pade Q was" led, which East won with tho A and returned the club Q. This was trumped wit] (dummy 1 * spado 10 and tho spado i Daughter Born to Skcllcjb. Mr and Mrs James R Skclley of outh Conncllsvllc announce the Irth of an eight-pound daughter, Tuesday, March 1 The baby is the ist in the family. Mrs Skelley is he former Miss Mary Catherine laxwell t / A 8 7 · K 8 7 3 4. K J 10 0 8 North. Neither flidt (Dealer- vulnerable ) What ii the correct bidding on this deal · Unofficial List "Of Flood Dead Continued from Page One drowned when a rowboat ovctumed in deep water near Hollywood High School (reported to emergency council.) Stork at Hospital. Two boys were born this morning at Connells"ille State Hospital, the Irst at 1 10 o'clock to Mr and Mrs Walter Stout of Diwson, R D 1, am .he other at 9 28 o clock to Mr am Mrs William Johnson of Scottdale Stir Route Killed in landslides Mrs Ruth Randall, 28 Leonard Rindall, six, son of above Mrs RdChel Whitman, 32 Donald Lewis Whitman, son of above. Fred Wilk, buried under ton of dirt at his bungalow court Unidentified m m , buried alive when concrete embankment collapsf-d (police report) KEYSTONE CLUB GIVES CARD AND BINGO PARTY The Keystone Club gave a well at« tended card nnd bingo party Wednesday night at Odd Follows Temple Prizes were won by the following: Five hundred -- high Miss Bertha Luck, second, Miss Grace Kcslar third, Mrs June Cook; bingo-- high Mrs Abbic Wcimer, second, Billy McFarlndi5_third, .Mrs-JWilliams special" bingo -- high," Mrs? ;Isapellt Kress, second, Walter Shaw; third M r _ C . - J _ Jnynes-_^After -the -garnes^u. dainty lunch was-- ervcd - --- _ --_ , WEET;AI_CHURCH -The Intermediate Christian." En dcflvor.Soclcty at the FJrst~Mcthod IStrEtotcatant ChUrch~wUirhold" its monthly rfclisiness" meeting 1his~evc- nWg7at_7^0^ o'clock "a t"the£church AIT'ofllcers anajchalrmen""are~asked f5~jatten3r~ T n° social fiour"will be given over 1o a taffy pull. ; ; ETKS. BINGO 1 Door Prijce -. " Consists" of ^ 99-PIECE' ~ GROCERY ASSORTMENT WANTED TO BUY Old Fashioned . Articles ^ Furniture, Sccucrj riftim-s.-ctc. _ Abraham Watson S3n r j'irrn;i,i), PA. FIVE HUNDRED FOLLOWS ALTAU SOCIETY Mf ETINC The Altir Society of Sacred Hea Catholic Church at Dawjon held its regular meeting Tuesday night at the church hall Reports of a recent cnrd party showed the benefit to have been a success, both socially and financially After the business session flvc hundred was played won by the following O\ven SI ix in, second, Prizes were High, Mrs Miss Mary Connelly, low, Miss Mary Brindlinger, door, Mrs John Ferrari At the close of the gimcs, Mrs Ferrari, hostess, served refreshments Lost in collapse of Randall street bridge over Los Angeles river Charles Potter (listed by police) Two unidentilled persons (witncss- ci reported these s\vcpt into the water) S M. Bathgntc, rancher, drowned in collapse of footbridge over Oso creek nt San Juan Capistrano Charles E Parks, employe of Bathgate, drowned in same accident Unidentified w o m a n f o u n d drowned in gutter on Riverside Drive W. E Stone, 08, Los Angeles, died of heart attack trying to push car out of mudhole near Colton. Gradates to Meet. A meeting of the Gradale Sorority will be held thil evening at 8 o'clock at the Baltimore Ohio Y M C. A Operators' Branch No SG. Operators' Branch No 86 v. Ill hold their regular monthly meeting Saturday, March 5th, Columbus Hall First St, West Side Meeting will convene at 2 P M Large attendance requested Ernest Helms, Secretary --Advertisement --mar3-4. Will Meet Tonight. The Philathea CJjss of the Vander bilt Methodist Episcopal Church wll meet this evening at 7 30 o'clocn a .he home of Mrs Laura Miller o Vonderbill Hospital 1,'aiicnts. Clarence Jones, Jnmes McVcy an Phyllis Emigh, nil of Dunbar, hnv been admitted to Connellsville Slat Hospital foi treatment Do you fc*l «o nervous you wint la acream? Are you cron and InlUblll Do you icold tboH le«rwt to you? II yoyr nerve* an 1 an *dr«% try I YD1A r . riNXHAM 3 VI OETABCr. CfiMPOUND. It after* h*lp« Nalura cslra qulvtrfar nirvec Kor tbr*o generations ont woman h*i told another bow to KO «mltlDC throueh" with Lydia £ Pinkbim a Vrx«tabte Compound It help* Nature tone up tho iy»tem. thui lTM»n- inir the dlncomforta from thn functional oia order* which women must endure Why not l,y LYDIA » 1'Ilh.UAlI 3 VEGETABLE COM.POUNUI alvalion Army Truck To Get Papers, Clothes Salvation Army truck will call for upers, magazines clothes, furniture nd other articles today and tomor- ovv, it was announced by Major A 'endoville "Phone 1096 i£ you have something 01 the Salvation Army," he said Westmoreland Detective Quits. Captain David E Miller of Greem- burg lias resigned his $2,000 position as assistant Westmoreland county detective. Distiict Attorney Charles D. Copeland, Ji , said the office will not be filled for the present" Will Meet at Parsonar-t. Missionaiy Circle No 1 of the Fiisl Methodist Protestant Church will mc»t tonight at the parsonage with Mrs. A R Mansbege hotcss Will Meet Fridas. The O D D Club will meet Friday night at the home of, Mrs Earl Beatty, Second street, South Con- nellsvillc Liberty Club to Meet The Friday Night Q Club of Ll- jerty will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs Kathcrine Patterson of liberty. Now Available For the First Time in Conneiisviile AMCRICAS HIGHEST PtlCCO OCAUOHT BEU Also--On Draught-Pabst Blue Ribbon and Real German WONDER BAR AND GRILL 125.129 So. JMttsburg St. Dunbar Township High School Freshmen "IT HAPPENED IN HOLLAND" At the Jllph School Auditorium Thursday, March 3rd s r. 3r. 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