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March 12, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO TH«J DAIJL.T COUKrEH, FA. WEDNESDAY, MAKCH iZ, DAUGHTERS 101' JIT'TH ,11 tLl W 1TH MBS. DAVIS The Dauffhteis oi Huth Bible plass of Trinity Lutheran Church held Its regular meptiiu; last flight In the home of Mrs F i a n k V? Davis, East Oreen iitrci t Mi s Edward Baer, president, w i a in charge ot the business Bessie ·· Interesting readings were given by Alias Mary Brielrman, Mrs. Karl K Kiamoi, Mrs. H. CrHoit, man and Mts C Hoy Metzel. The class decided to sendvdrosss to tho Zellenoile Oiphans Home. 'This iff an anuuui custom of the class and tho dresses will be turned in at the May meeting Refreshments were served by a committee composed ot Misses Marv and Margaret Brictanan, Mis. Edwaid Buer, Mrs G. T. Barker, Misses Mai · and EH^aheth. Ankeuy and Mis. H W. Burge. MRS. CiJffFBELL HOSTESS TO MDELIS CLASS The regulir meeting of the Fidelia Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church was held last night in the home of Mra Clyde S. Campbell of Race street. Mrs. Ralph F SHger perslded over the buetoesfc session Mrs. Rebecca Buttermore, Mrs. Catherine Campbell and Mise H izel Lelghllter were appointed m«rnDers of tho nominating committee. Office: s for the ensuing year will be elected at the next regular meeting on Tuesday night, April 8. Following the business eeselon a Social hour wae enjoyed. LAinch was served. MBS. LEJGUTY HOSTESS 10 RAINBOW CLTJB Mrs. O F. Leighty was rostoss to tho Rainbow Olub last night at her home in Scirth Ninth street, Greenwood. All members but one were present. Business of a routine nature was transacted The remainder of the evening was delightfully spent at sewing and various other ninuso- ments, after which tUe hostess served delicious refishmenta. The decorations wore cleverly carried out in keeping with Salat Patrick's Day.,The next meeth-g will be held Tuesday night, March 25. in the home of Mra. W. D. Long, in tho \Ve-sley apartments, West Apple street. FRIENDSHIP CLASS GIVES $100 TO FttiE WILL OFITOJUXCt I M. Rudo was boat to the members ot the Friendship Bible Clae« of the Firel United Berthien Church last n'ght at his home in Park etreet. A* tho business session the claes decjjded to give $100 toward tho free-will offering. Plane were made for a nun- n;.age sale. Talke were given by ROT. E. A. SchulU, tho church pastor and S K. V. Huoy, teacher of the class. Mr. Rude-'e son and daughter-in-law. Mr. aad Mrs. Ralph Rude, served a hi a oh. LOCAL JEWISH WOMEN WILL OBSERVE COUNCIL SABBATH Joseph Lovine of Pittsburg will be the principal speaker of-a meeting to be held Ff5day night at 8 o'clock in the Bnai Israel Synagogue, North Pltteburs street, by the Conne'lsville Section of the Council ot Jewish Women. The meeting Is in observance of Coiincll Saobath, which 1* dedicated to all Jew«h womanhood of the country. Mr«. A. I. Daniels, president of the Council of Jewish Women, desires tho attendance of every member, SHILO LODGE COMPLETES PLANS FOB SOCIAL Shilo Lodge No 103, L A. to B. of R T, held a very Interesting meeting laet evening in Odd Fellow* Hal!. One application for membership was received. Plans were completed for the social to bo held following the regular business meeting on March 26, when a general good time will he held for the members and their friends. Following the business session, the. members adjourned to Baxter's private dinlngroom for luncheon. STEWARDSHIP CLASS MEETS AT U. ». PARSONAGE Tie Woman's Missionary Association class ia Stewardship of the First United Brethren Church met last night in the home of Rev and Mre. E. A..: Sehnltz In Lincoln avenue. Mrs. S. K. Huey had charge and conducted the study period on "Stewardship." Following the meeting the executive committee of the W. M. A. met to make out the annual leporto of the society. MRS. n. x. FLETCHER WILL SPEAK AT C. E. BANQUET Mre S. I, Fletcher, state mtefiion- ary cupeihitendent of the Christian .Kudeavor Vnion, will be included am.org the speakers at the annual bauuuet of the Senior Christaiu lOn- le*vor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church Thursday night at 7 30 o'tlooic at the church, i Somerset Man Host, Robert t Scull of Somerset entertained a number o£ hia friends at a 'ittuer Sat irtiwy night in honor of tho seteptioth annheTar of hjs birth. Sure Relief IAK£S You Feet BEtreiC_ ^^6 BCUrANS w .**-^i Hot water ^^ Sure Relief ELL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION 254 and '54 Pkgs.Sold Everywharw BIRTHPAY PAKTY FOB W VLTER HAY CURTIS WaLter Ray Curtis, little son of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Curtte, was els years old Tuesday and in honor of the occasion Mis Curtte gave delightful children's paity in the afternoon at her home in Stahl Square. Her aide* were her mothej, Mrs. Lenna Peters, and Mrs. Frank Weaver, The "hours were from 3 to 6 o'clock. Owm*w were enjoyed by the little guests, after which, lunch wa served. The appointments were suggestive of toaster and wore very attractive. The table was ornamented with a birthday caTte. bearing six pink candlea. fu%» were Easter egg- and bunnlas. So% teen of Walter Ray's little frlc w-eie in attendance and present-eel 1 with a number cf dainty gifts. Oneets w«ra Jack and Dick Pli-on, Junior Lewis, Dinald Furtney, Donald Springer, Jimm-v Ball, David MHB- grave, Ralph W kgner, Bart Wagner, Jack Harmon. ( eorge. Curtis, Shirley Spear, Norma J««aa Oallagher, Helen Hoffman, Betty Miller, Betty Fnrtney and Eileen Springer, all of this city, and Lilly Bnie f Elk Garden, W. Va. P. G. CltTB HOU$ M1ETIWG AT MRS. BUSfSTON MOMl The P G. Club of Saint Omar Sisterhood, Dames of Malta, was delightfully entert lined last evening by Mrs. Edith Durston and Mrs C C. Bloom at the h mo of the former in Lincoln avenue Fourteen mcm and two guests were present. Frizes for guessing cv ntests were woi b Mrs. Anna Jean l?uU, Mta. Edna Itob- bins, Mrs. Rutii Crlslfp and Mis. Bertha Swift. Tho draw prize was awarded to Mrs Edith Dunaion, who was also teudeied a -miscellaneous ahower by the «'lub at the' close of the business sc Jslon Mrs. Dunstori and Mrs. Stahl served refreshmtsnts. The next meetli g will be held Friday night, April 4, in tho home- of Mm Effle Graft, Orchard avenue. FRIENDSHIP CLASH PLANS ANJflVEB^ABY CELEBRATION ·Mrs. C. G-eorj-e Shupe was hostess at the regulir meeting of the Friendship Bible Clast of Titnily Rafornied Ohurch last nlg'it at the church parsonage lu ElaM Green street. There was an unusually good attendance. Mrs. G. W,. Pernod, the president, presided over the business session, at which, plans i ere completed for a rumtdage sale Ueld today. The class lti planned to celebrate Its eighth aonhersaiy Monday night, Maroh 17, Saint Patrick'* Day, in the social room of the church. A covered* diet luncheon will be served at 6:30 o'clock. A social hour followed the business meeting. The class 1« composed of women of the Sunday school. Solomon Lepley is teacher. *-,r- W. B, A. PLAWh TO ATTEND DISTBIC C RALLY MARCH 31 The Woman 'H Benefit Association, at its meeting last evening la Pythian Hall, initiated a candidate and received an applit atlon for membership. Arrangements were completed to attend a district ally in Uniontown on March 21. M«MTJ bers will leave on the 12:30 and « o'clock cars. The rally embraces Unloutowti, Councils ville, Belle Vernon, Urownsville, Mononga- htila and other places. s MRS. R. L. CBlTCHflELD GIVES SOKG PBOGBAM Mra. R. JLeror Critclifleld of Cu,m- berland, fcwhneily of Coniteljsvlne, presented a aon* program at the celebration of the eeventh birthday ot OumberkknSeictlon, Council ot Jewish Women, Tuesday. Mrs. Critchfleld will be remembered by h«r many Coanells- vllle frtonds a i Mlea BllzaDotH Mae Brown She is a daughter of ^Vta-B D. P. Browq of Vlll» roa'd. J. t. rrondfit «lasc. The J. L. Prondftt Olaas of tlie Pirat Prebyterlan Ch irch wttt »*«x Thurs* day evening at the home ol Mrs. J. Roy Henry of White Frond Apart- meats. The oo'niaHtee !» nw*e ur «I Mrs Henry, M s. W H. Myer», Mrs Walteif Llndeay and Miss Axt-ell. -- -t ! Luncheon Oneata, Anna C Scull, Mrs. Krn«Ht V Cook, Mrs. lio \vard H. DeLong and Mr». Paul A. 8 !i*Jl of Somerset w«re luncheon guest i of Mrs. J. t). Hitchman of Mount Heaflttnfr Saturday. Dorcas I ancywork Club. The Dorcaai ^anoywork Club will meot at "the home of Miss Elizabeth of York avenue on Friday night. 9o 0. I. B. Meettaf. There will bo no meeting of W1J- llam P. Kurtz Poet No. 104, Grand Army of thu KepuMtc Prtday afternoon. The *i.ecdng v^ftft postponed on account W 'tttft inclejjtcnt weather and* 111 health 6f tho fflethbers. , Deborah Bible Class. The Deborih Bible Class of the First Presbyleilan Church met Tuesday afteinooti nt the church. The annual election ol officers will take place at the next regular meeting Tuesday afternoon, Apr 1 S In the church. At thie timo mon« y earned by members during the y«ai will be turned in. Thursday, March 13th. we start a \ Specia| 9-iday demonstration of the new Frigidaire H Y D R A T O R ·H Aid Society. The- Ladies' / Id Society of the South Conneltevillo 1 vangeiical Church met liut night at t h e home of Mrs. J. R. Shipley, ritUb irg Htreet, South Connellsville. Elg it members were pres- eiit Plans w* le made for a chicken and biscuit Kupiier to be given early in Apt 11 .J. B. I. Meeting Postponed. The J B I Club meeting has foeei) postponed iro'ij Fiiday night until Kriddj night, t l a i c h 21. Miss Francos wilt ha Uostosa- Desserts and salads will be i served. New recipe boots will be given away . . . . Be sure to attend! Here's your opportunity to fibd out all about the marvelous new Frigid* ·ire Hydrator. On Thursday, March 13th, we start a special 9-day demonstration --one of the most interesting ever Held in our showroom. We will show the Hydrator ia actual use--just as you would Use it in your home. You will see how lettuce is rr ide tender and brittle bjr the Hydrator's moist, reviving cold. You will see how celery and rad- jishesrake on added criipness--how tomatoes are improved ia texture And flavor. You will see how convenient it is to keep all your vegetables in one compact compartment --how the Hydrator saves shelf space--how it simplifies marketing. And that ia not all you will see. 1 Ft ft freezing exhibition The Ia est household cabinets in gleami ig Porcelain-en-steel will be on display. The famous "Frigidaire Cold Centre " will also be demonstrated. You w. 11 be sh,owh how this device freezes ice faster--how it permits you tc make scores of unusual dessert i that require extreme cold. free dessert and salad recipe fooks And we'll giveyou an opportunity to taste the better dishes madepossible by the Hydrator and the ''Cold Coo- trol." A cooking expert will prepare and serve unusual salads and frozen desserts during the entire period of the demonstration/ And we've arranged to distribute two souvenir recipe books. THE fAMpUS."m«DAiat COLD CONTtOl" S P E C I A L OFFER UNTIL SATURDAY, MARCH 22nd W« trt brep*r«d to make a liberal specialofltr to all wt» buy Frigidaire dmrmg tthf 9-d *y demonstration. Let m tell you about tbit offtr. Let m tell you about our ea$ t payment flan. Come in at your first opportunity, - We will be open evening t until ten o'clock every day of the demonstration. F R I G I D A I R E BNN "Tbo umettkry at tt canto fnmtiko anttortM/ollou/fog miming. The m action of the HyJmtor ba$ rettoml celery to itt original uato--fntb, delict***. kottf majt« l tto ·HOP* CONNELLSVILLB, PA. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY BOTHER FOR 5I11S. JOHN SANNER, 70 The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Banner of Snyder street was tho scene a happy surprise dinner given in M.ervanqe ofc the seventieth, anniversary of the birth ot Mrs. SanneT. At thi, dinner were Mr. and Mw. S. H. 'Banner and children and Mrs. Henry Coughenoui* and children ot Oooriellsfllle, M, M. Sauner and mem- beis of his family, David Sannfir and Mr. and Mffl, Phillips ot Herbert and Mtis Leona Whipkey of Conneilavillc. FAJflLY OTH*1!B FBTOAT -AT- THE COtWfcBTf CLTTB A family dinner party will h« held Friday night," March 21, at the Pleasant Valtey Country Cluli DlAner -will be wrved at 6: So o'clock. % Faithful The Kver Faltltful Olas« of the Bvang«HCal Sunday school will meet Thursday night at th» home of Mis* Lav-erne Miller in South Pittsburg etreat. All member* are asked to be Plans for The Ladles' Aid Society of the East End United Brethren Church met in tho social room of tho church for its regular session. Seventeen members and one guest were In attendance. EUgular business "WRS tran*acted Plans were also made for a baked bam supper to b* held in the near future. A pat«l post sale, from which a generous sum was realized, was held. , V| / Xot Orlfflnal Committee. The dance to be held tit the State Armory FrWay, March 14, under the narao of the Juniof Reception Com- lttee 1e not the original committee, it was said today. *he annual junior prom i* to be held 'in May, it wae announced. I), of A. Will (Wed Magic Sister Council, Daughters of Ameiica, will m^et Thursday nigh.t in Otld Fellows Temple. * Dunbnr Auxiliary Thursday. The American Legion, Auxiliary o$ Dunbar will rmeet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Peail Workman. After the business session there will lx» a covered dhh supper provided by tb« members A larg-e attendance ia desired. , , Lioeitved at Greenburg. David Kelly Pipfcerton of West Newton and Lillian r Robinson ot IS izabftth took out a license to wed at? Greeusbuig When You Want Something the Classified PREACHING MLSSK N WILL OPEN SU1 (DAY ATPERPYOPOLJS A two Weeks' nraachi tg mtsulon will begin on Sunday at th« Perry- opolls Methodist ffipisco al Church, of which Rev James A Forgle is pastor. Th*re will be s rvlces each evening except Saturday and they will continue until SuncUy evening, March *0. Rev. William C Marqt Is of Pitts- burgr will be the gues' preacher. There trill bo special nstrumental and vocal music for the ervices. The usual order of, th i day will preach next Sunday. Tonight nt 8 o'clock, an unusual program and meeting, s onsored by the young people's choir group, will be presented. The »ubj ot i* "The Meaning of Lent." The 'aadera have arranged an excellent de^ otlonal program and three high sch K1 sturtant* ,are to speak. At 7:60 o'clock a praise and prayer service will be beld. There will be » choir pra tice at S-SO o'clock. All officer*, mus'3 committee and memtiere of choir alo ig with oth- fre who promised to be present are expected. Last Sunday there was a excellent attendance and interest in the -Hutch and school session In the evening a program was given in cnarge of the Young Ladies' Class, of which Miss Almk Rankle is tbe teacher. M. D. L BROOKS WILL BE BURIED SATURDAY The body of M. D. L. Bracks, who died in Ban Diego, Oal., will be removed to the home of a sister-in-law, Mra. Jamet A. Ryan, at 213 West Washington avenue upon its arrival IB -ConnellsviUe Friday morning at 1:30 o'clock. The remains will be at the home until 1 o'clock in the afternoon when they will be removed to Indian Head to the home of a brother, Norman Brooks, There they will be kept until 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, at which time interment will be made in the Lutheran Cemetery near Indian Head. Funeral Director C. C Mitchell will have charge. U«e our "want" advertisement Mothers don't ncg Icct your child's COUGH or COLD ^^ _ _ . · · *ll * *_ ^J t _ « _ J _ ~f n *·_«··!*··*. *J^*M fl«V«/\tlA /^OODoUMusterolet VJ er for babies and t nail children. So pleasant to us* am «o fetiable-- apply Children's Miwterc efreely to the infected area once evt V hour for five liourt* That's the safe, ·me treatment that millions of mother* and leading doctors and nurses recognize and endorse. rr liLe the CHILDREN'S trained bands of * maaseur; this famous blend of oil of mustard, camphor, menthol and other helpful ingredients brings relief naturally. It penetrates and stimulate! blood circulation, helps to draw out infection and pain. Keep fufl strength Mustcrole on hand for adults and Children's MuRterole for the little tots. All druggists. ORRIE P. HLXON DIESATPENNSVILLE OF J1LIRT ATTACK Orrle P. Hixon, 63 years old, died Tuesday afternoon, 'March 11, at 4:30 o'clock at hta homo at Penneville from a heart attacK Although in poor health for several month*, he waa able to be a xut his regular work on Monday. Mr. Hizon is surv ved by his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Hough ICixon; one daughter, Verna, at honw, and two sons, Ralph ot Springdaio and Forreet alt home. Two aone, Wajde and J. D., preceded Mr, Hixon in death, Waide several years ago^and J D. 10 months ago. One brother, oie elsUr and four half brothers and three halfslsters al*o aurviye. Mir. Hixon wa« a member of the Evangelical Church at Penrisville and served as the Sunday echool superintendent for a numler of years. He was also a member of the board of stewards for a number of years and a teacher in the young people's department of the Sunday echool. He wa« a good neighbor and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. The funeral service will be held at his late home in I'enneviUa, Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in charge of Rev. H. L. Grove, prstor ot the Evangelical Church. Burial will be in Scottdale Cemetry. JOHN BAIRD FdUND DEAD^TJCOHDALE Special to Tha Courier SCOTTDALB, M.irch 12 -- John Balrd, an «g«d man Was found dead in bed this morning it I the home of his eon, Joseph BaltxJ, n Second avenue. He had been a suffi r^r from asthma. He retired lafit nig)it at the usaul time. He appeared letter, It was eald. Mr Baird forineily was a resident of ESvereon. E.F.Albee Second Theatre Magnate To Die in Week PALM BEACH, FJa., March 11- Th* boay of B. F. Alto*, 71, Kmei h««d of the Keith-Albee-Orpheiin; vaudeville circuit and on* ot th» loud- Ing theatrical flguraii of the coantr) for halt a ceptnry, will ba started on its homeward Journey to New York to night. % Albee succumbed to angina pectorit here last night. His death narked tn passing of the eecond theatrical per sonage within a week. Abrahanr Lincoln Erlanger, theatrical or*aaiaei who left a fortune estimated at f J5,- 000,000, died laat Friday. Albee had been vawlevllte'a mlfi for years until the re«nt toeauMot of the Radio-Keith-Orpheum when ht virtually retired from buslneM. H started hie career in 1886 when wltl) B. F. Keith he opened a little tbeatrr in Boston. Then, cam* the Kelt) vaudeville circuit, extending as fat w-eat ae Chicago. This became ttu Keith-Albee circuit and in May, H2« the Orpheum circuit was taken In. Burial will be In New York. Letters C runted. GRBENSBURG, H a l oil 12-- Letteis of administration on the estate of Robert Gove, late tf Scottdale, was graiited yesterday to Thomas D. Byrne. The estate ii valued at $2,250. In the estate of Homer McCrackeq, late of Bast Huntingdon township, letters of administration were granted to Edwurd H. Heeei The personal estate is valued at $2,000 Who to P »troul/e. Those who advertise in The Daily Couii«j A CLEAR COMPLEXION Ruddy cheeks -- ·parklln* ·rev- moat woman can h*v*. Dr, F. M. Bd wards for 20 yaara tr««tnd acoro ot women for liver *nd bow*l ailmcaU During these yetn he cvf !(* pa Metita a substitute fpt calomel tnaS« oi a tow well-known vegetable Ingre J t j n t s , nsnfingr them Or. Edwtrd Olive labials. 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