The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 17, 1939 · Page 2
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March 17, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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GE TWO. THE DAILY CDITRTER. CONNET.LSVII.T.E. TA. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, By LYNNE B. KINCELL Harold Swank, High School Teacher, Is Engaged to Wed Pennsdale Girl . Mr. and Mrs. John Fogelman of Pennsdale announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Fogelman, to Harold A. Swank, "teacher of English at the Connellsville High School for the past several years, at a dinner party Saturday ·evening.atjheir home... The wedd.ing will take place in June. The house was. attractively decorated with., cut. flowers" in harmony with the color scheme of red and PHILATHEA CLASS ELECTS MRS. JAMES CHARLESWOIITH TEACHER FOR 12TII YEAR Mrs. James Charlesworlh was elected teacher of the Phflathea Class of the Christian 'Church for her twelfth consecutive year when the class met Thursday night at her Culture Club Women Will Discuss Doctors At Meeting Monday A piogram on "Doctors'* has been planned for a meeting o£ the Woman's Culture Club to be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Mrs. G. L. Owrey will be leader. Miss Emila A. Holmes, Dr. Katharine Wakefleld, Mrs. Bail C. Shernck, Mrs. W. G. Davis, Mrs. J. M. Cecil and Mrs. D. E. Treher will t^ke part in the program. | A musical program will, be in charge of Mrs. P. R. Weimer. Mrs. M. N. Speer, Mrs. C. H. Weisgerber, Mrs. Charles Weihe, Mrs. George H. Shumaker and Mrs. F. H. Smith are hostesses. · Hospital Auxiliary Meeting Postponed The monthly meeting o£ the Woman's Auxiliary to the Connellsville Slate Hospital has been postponed from Tuesday afternoon of next week to Tuosday, March 28. Kathryn Ward, Former Local Girl, Is Bride Of Iron Bridge Man A beautiful wedding of local inter- Thc meeting will be held at the' est took pla(:e at 7:30 o'clock Fri- ospital and will begin at 2:30, day cven i,, gj March 10, when Miss 'clocn. Members are nskcd to note Kathl -v n Ward, daughter of Mr. and Hosp o 1 tiie change of date. DEN NO. 1, CUB PACK MEETS AT GEENEN HOME The first meeting of Den No. 1 Cub Pack of the Christian Church, was held Thursday at the C. W. Geenen home m East Apple street. Don Chief J. B. Athey was in charge. Eldon Largent was chosen at denner for the coming month. Plans were made for the Bobcats to become Wolf cubs. Captain and Mrs. Geenen are den mother and father. 1:30 o'clock W/dnesday morn- The ceremony was solemnized at the ,rch 8, Miss Bitty Jane Rodg- Parsonage of the First United Breth- home Medcalf Pearl street, Mrs. Ros* J. was reolected president. i Other officers chosen.' for the coming year are: First vice president, Miss white. Red and while roses and red Susan Gllmore; second vice-presi- tapers formed the table centerpiece. , dent, Mrs. Smith Patterson; treasur- Announcement" cards, 'cleverly concealed under the plates, were fastened to red and white ribbons which led to a rose in the centerpiece. A rose was given to each guest as "a favor. After the dinner an evening of music and games was "enjoyed." ._ Miss Fogelman is well known at Pennsriale, having served four years as secretary to Horace W. Flegal, supervisor of the Williamsport Bureau of Inspection, State Department of Labor and Industry. She received her education at Williamsport Dickinson Seminary, Picture Rocks High School and Rochester School of Commerce, Rochester, N. Y. ' Mr. Swank, son of Mrs. Ellen Bwank of Pennsdnle and Philadelphia, was graduated from Muncy High School and Susquehanna University. He received his master's degree at the University of Pittsburgh. Among the guests at the announcement party were Mrs. Charles Winter of Wellsboro, Mrs. Mary Ryder pf Lewisburg, Mrs. Henry Warner of .Blue Ridge Summit, Miss Evelyn Crist of Williamsport, and Mr. SwarUc, bridegroom-elect. er, Miss Ratie Storey; secretary, Mrs. A. E. Henry; reporter, Miss Catherine Balsley. Miss Beulah Gilmore had charge of the devotionals, her subject being "Pioneering of the Master." '·During the evening C. E. Reynolds gave - a fine talk concerning the finance plan of the church. Hostesses, Mrs. Dewey Flynn, Miss Catherine Balsley and Mrs. J. E. Crishp, served a tasty lunch in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day. Favors were three-leaf shamrocks. . Thirty-five members and guests were in attendance. Among the guests were Mrs. Carrie Blackstone NORTON CLASS REELECTS MRS. W. H. BEKGER HEAD The Martha Norton Bible Class of the First Christian Church met Thursday afternoon at the social room of the church with Mrs. W, H. Berger, president, in charge of the business session. Mrs. Jesse Barnes conducted the devotionals. A nominating committee composed of Mrs. E. C. Gibbons, chairman, Mrs. W. H. Showman and Mrs. M. R. Younkin, submitted its report and the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Berger; past president, Mrs. W. H. Showman; first vice-president, Mrs. P. R. Weimer; second vice-president, Mrs. J. P. Bute; thiid vice-president, Mrs. Jesse Barnes; recording secretary, Mrs. H. C. Frisbee; corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. T. Giles; treasurer, Mrs. W. C. Reynolds; assistant, Mrs. Jesse Barnes; teacher, Mrs. J. L. Kurtz; first assitsont, Miss Beulah Gilmore; RODGERS-HENKEL WEDDING TAKES PLACE AT | PENNSVILLE At 10: ing, Ma: ers, daughter of Mrsj Daisy Rodgers of Mount Pleasant, bpcame the bride of Earl Honkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henkel of Scottdale. The wedding took place at the Pennsville Baptist Church %vith Rev. Robert Smith of Wilkes-Barre officiating. The church was decorated with ferns, palms and lilies. Mrs. Violet Shumaker presided at the organ. Given in marriage by her brother, Francis Rodgers, the bride wore a white satin and lace gown with a train, and carried calla lilies and lilies of the valley. Her veil of lace was draped from a halo of seed pearls. Mrs. Felicia Heller, her sister's Mrs. H. L. Krepps of Iron Bridge, formerly of Connellsville, became the bride of Francis Miltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miltz, also of Iron Bridge. . , Mrs, Sadie Conn, Mrs. Althoa Slat- i second, Mrs. W. It. Berger; reporter, ford and Miss Clara Bjiley, named of Umontown. SOCIAL MEETING ENJOYED BY SIIILO LODGE WOMEN Shilo Lodge, Ladies' Auxiliary to the. Brotherhood of. Railroad Train- last Mrs. Maude Craig; assistant. Mrs. Robert L. Werner; pianist, Mrs. W. S. Stimmel; assistant, Mrs. Helen Brooks; program leader, Mrs. P. R. assistant, Mrs Charlotte Buttermore. The committee, Mrs. Berger, chair- , men, met Thursday night, at the Y. . mallj Mrs , j p. u \ e: Mrs. J. D ' MRS. S. T. BENFORD AGAIN HEADS M. P. MISSIONERS The annual election^of officers took place at the March meeting of the Women's Missionary Auxiliary of the First Methodist Protestant Church, held Thursday night at the churchr' The result was: President, Mrs. S. T. Benford; vice-president, Mrs. W. H. Hilsen; secretary, Mrs. W. F. Brooks; assistant, Miss Edith Lewellen; treasurer, Mrs. T. R. Cunningham; assistant, Mrs. Frank Boyd; secretaries-- ipiritual life, Miss Rosalie Swink; missionary education, Mrs. Elmer Dye; Christian education, Miss Lloydella Gangawere; thank offering, Miss Mary Parkhill; assistant, .Miss Anna Margaret Smith; scholarship, Miss Anna Mae Lewellen; literature, j , . : M. C. A. Business of a routine nn- ' Mor tj me r, served lunch. ture was transacted. Mrs. Stella Dushaw, president, was in charge. A social hour followed. Lunch was served by a. committee composed of Mrs. June Cook," Mrs. Stella Dushaw and Mrs. Bessie Glover. SOCIAL 1VILL SUPPJLEHIENT ;:..:.. -- LEGIONTTJNIT MEETING The A_merican Legion Auxiliary will hold" its regular meeting at 7:45 o'clock Monday night at the Legion Home. After a brief .business session, to be presided over by the president, Mrs. | Miller W. Cowan, a_ social meeting will be held. Mrs. J..A. Bums, social chairman, and her committee have arranged for games and other entertainment. Lunch will be served. Will Elect Officers. Election of officers lor the coming year will take place at the monthly meeting of the Gleaners Class of the United Presbyterian Church, to be held at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the home of Mrs. Martha Milliron, North Second street, West Side. seven persons attended. Mrs. T. R. Cunningham; temperance, I The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Clark Pope; membership, Miss 7 :30 o'clock Thursday evening, April Ella Heffley; benevolences, Miss 20, at the church. Josephine Rinehart; young people's work, Mrs. Ernest Heffley; precious jewels, Mrs. H. E. Penn; flower fund, Mrs. W. H. Hilsen; pastor's aid com- rr.'ttce, Mrs. A. R. Mansberger, Mrs. Frank Shelkey, Mrs. H. E. Penn and Mrs. Paul McClintock; pianist, Miss Rosalie Swink; program chairman, Miss Anna Margaret Smith. The secretary is the only new officer. The nominating commitee consisted of Mrs. D. W. Snyder, Mrs. Robert Keller, Miss Ella Heffley, Mrs. Lester Condiff and Mrs. Daisy Ebbert. The devotional and program period was in charge of Miss Helen McCoy and the Junior Christian Endeavor Society. The program, theme, "Fellowship Furtherance Through Training," was in charge of Miss McCoy. The remainder of the program was: Hymn, "Jessu Savior Pilot Me," sung in unison. A prayer poem and Scripture, by the leader. Vocal solo, "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning," Viola Jane Hann, with Dorothy Mae Hann playing the guitar accompaniment.- · "- 'Talk, "Frbm"FIooor Sweeper to ."eminary Graduate," Miss -McCoy. Reading, "The ..Little Widows," .Betty Jane. JKeys7_'_ J7Y .. '~--; · Reading, "Raising Corn' for Missions," Dorothy Mae Hann.' " .Vocal duet, "The-Children's "Pi-ay- er," Ray Huey and Ralph Tetrone. Recitation, "Busy Bee," Mary Louise Newmyer.' Recitation,".."A -"Penny,"'"Joseph Huey, Jr. _ Recitation, "Signal Lights," -Vivian Mansberger.T Song, Junior "Christian Endeavor Society. A business" session,- in" charge "of Mrs. Benford, followed. The pastor's aid committee reported that ten calls were made during February. Various circles turned in $72. Yearly reports were given -by officers and secretaries. Miss Miss Swink closed the meeting with silent prayer. A social hour, during which refreshments were served by the Girls Mission band, was enjoyed. Sixty- ST. PATRICK'S Novelty TONIGHT Little White House Inn GOOD MUSIC Sf. Patrick's Dance TONIGHT 8:30 to 12 O'clock- Eagles Hall DIXONHKXS . alucs--for only 819.75. Tbcreare 11 beautiful models forraenandwomen loclioosc from--all ftmart. modern, accurate. After March 13, the ELGIN "Annivereary" price goes rj)i lo $24.75. So act now, and ea\c S5.00. St. Patrick's Day Dance-Tonight MOOSE TEMPLE Vanderbilt, Pa. SICK IRVIWS NEYT SEVEN-PC. ORCHESTRA Admission: 50c Pet Person Ask about our convenient lay-away or budget plan of purchase Terms As Low As 5Oc Weekly Credit Jewelers 2nd National Bank Bulldlne. Onnosjlc Orpheum Theatre. rcn Church of this city, the pastor, Rev. ~~,!mc[ A. Sdiu'.U officiating. The ring service was used. The bude wore a becoming dress of green flat crepe with attractive accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of roses and sweet peas and her only ornament was a silver chain and cross brought from England in 1835 by her grent-grandmothcr. There weie not attendants. Mrs. MiUz was graduated from the Connellsville High School with the Class o£ 1935 and has a wide circle of friends among the younger set . Mr. Miltz, ;i graduate of the East Huntingdon High School, is employed at the Latrobe foundry. Licciiicd to Iarry. Harry Thomas Wright and Arlene A. Smith, both of Addison, and Ernest drimm of Stahlstown and Leone Hylnter of Laughlintown were licensed to marry at Johnstown. Admitted to Hospital. Charles Smith of East Apple street was admitted to the Hospital for treatment. St. Patrick's Dance TONIGHT I)inp nnd flnncc to Larry Phillips and His Melodalres --at-"THE MAYFLOWER" Route 119, Everson, Pa. matron of honor, was att.red in yel-i . A TM e *? la * ^^ «" S ?-T S £"~ low tulle chiffon with matching ac- ! ^^ "'pp^mcd"^ was center- v ho appeared in a gown of lilac crepe; Jennie Fasano in yellow; Nellie Smitley, in peach net, and Erma Henkel, in nile green lace, were bridesmaids. They carried pink roses and wore matching ribbon in their hair. Daisy Anne Smitley and Lucille Ftisano were flower girls. James Rodgers, Jr., nnd Joseph Fasano, Jr., erved as veil carriers and William mitley, Jr., as ring bearer. Mrs. Rodgers, mother of the bride, 'as gowned in printed crepe, while le bridegroom's mother was at- red in wine silk. Both wore cor- :ges of roses. John L. Henkel was his brother's est man. Ushers were Gene elites Bobtown, Angelo Fosano and 'alter Padrazo of Mount Pleasant, ·nd Clair McCloy of Bridgeport. After a wedding dinner, served at he home of the bride, Mr. nnd Mrs. enkel left for a trip to Washing- on, D. C., and Virginia. groom and adorned at either end with tall tapers in crystal holders. Favors were small pieces of wedding cake, tied with pink ribbon. Places were laid for fifteen. Guests were from Connellsvillo, Scottdale and Mount Pleasant. PAST PRESIDENTS OF LEGION UNIT TO MEET Mrs. Laurn Clark will entertain the Past PrcMclenU,' Ciub of the American Legion Auxiliary tonight at her home in IV'cCormick uvcnue. The Ur.ie is 8 o'clock. Covered-Dish Supper. A covered-dish supper will be served at 6 o'clock this evening to the Christian Culture Class of the United Presbyterian Church. Following the supper a meeting will be held in the social room of the church. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected. Bring you America's most popular syles shoes at most popular price , . . Many styles in this "wear- with-everything" orange-rust color. 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