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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 18, 1939
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELIjSVTLLB. PA. SATURDAY, MARCH IS, 1939. By LYNNE B. KINCELL Mother-Daughter Girl Scouts Banquet Is Delightful Event One of the most delightful activities ' Oll'vp 1VI CjTfX Is scheduled on the Girt Scout progiam w u v c i v l ^^ A 10 Girl Scout banquet, sponsored by the Girl Scout banquet sponsored by the local council, held Friday evening at Trinity Lutheran Church. Covers wore laid for 215 guests at attractively appointed tables. Streamers of green and gold, Scout colors, extended lenghtwise through the center o£ the tables, interspersed with small bouquets of flowers. Favors weie Married at Warren To Charles Collins green shamrocks bearing black hats and whiis pipes. Mrs. W. W. Cunningham served as todstmistress and Mrs. L. S. Elliot gave the invocation. Jean Sullivan, first class Scout, welcomed the mothers and Mrs. Harold H. Anderegg, responded. Mrs. Frank VanNorman, commissioner of the council, was introduced and expressed her thank- ] fulness for the arrangement of such , an affair. Miss Emaruth Burkhardt, eagle Scout, was leader o£ group singing throughout the meal. After the lepast the following program was presented: Clannet solo, Lots Hall ol Troop 4; parade of future fashions, Troop I, with Sally Marchel giving the explanatory remarks; pantomime, "Milestone," the life of Juliette Lowe, Tioop 3; group of action songs, "My Tall Silk Hat," "John Brown's Baby," "Peter Babbit," Troop 5; hair style show, Troop 2; choir, "Kentucky Babe" and "Wild Irish Rose"; piano duet, Audith Pierce and Alma Jean Burke, Troop 7. The evening closed with all forming the friendship circle and singing taps. MRS. C. II. WEISGERBEK IS HOSTESS TO EMA.VON CLUB Mrs. C. H. Weisgerber was hobtess at a delightful meeting of the Eman- on Club Thursday night at her home in Vine street. Nine members were present. Two tables were called into play for bridge High prize was awarded to Mrs. John Collins and draw, to Mrs. James A. CowgUl. A business session was held and officers for the coming year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Weisgerber; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Earl F. Weaver; reporter, Mis. Hugh Stillwagon. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughters. Appointments were in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day. Covered with a beautiful cloth, the charmingly arranged table was centered with a large bouquet of green and white carnations, and graced at either end with two green tapers in silver holders. Favors were small green candy pipes, tied with ribbon of the same shade. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Charles Chamberlain In South Prospect street. ANGELA McGIVEKN BECOMES BRIDE OF DUNBAR MAN Mr. and Mis. Anthony DeMott of Dunbar announce the marriage of their son, Charles DeMott, to Miss Angela McGivern, daughter of Mrs Fedelis McGivorn of South Eighth street, this city. The ceremony took place Saturday, March 11, at Oakland, Md. There were no attendants. The bride was employed at the Union Supply Company's store at Trotter prior to her marriage The bridegroom is a former em- ploye of the Capstan Glass Company, South Conncllsville, Mr. and Mrs. DeMott will reside at Brvson Hill. Announcement was made today of the mamage of Miss Olive M. Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E, of the Springfield pike, and Charles N. Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- waid Collins of Snydertown. The ceremony took place September 21, 1935, at the parsonage of the First Lutheran Chuich, 211 East street, Warren, Pa. The pastor, Rev, C. A. Dennig, officiated. Both Mr. and Mrs. Collins were graduated from the ConnellsviHe iigh School. Mrs. Collins has been employed in the West Penn auditing department. After May 1, the couple will reside at Uniontown, where Mr. Collins is employed by the Bell Telephone Company. Veteran Producer to Wed I I A r» Pi r K. 11K. I ^*» C I R. I tet Greensfaurg and South reens- l l A r ! t l N I I N v J O IIN bm 'fi! instrumental ensemble, Traf- A K I f 1 ( Sam H. Harris, 67, veteran theatrical producer, is prepared for third time to act on advice he's always given stajre-struck jrirls: "Get married." The famous impresario is pictured in New York with his fiancee, Mrs. Kathleen Nolan Watson, 37. sister of movie star George Brent, and widow of Victor Watson, newspaper executive. W.CT.U. National Lecturer, Organizer Will Tour County CHUKCH OF GOD Y. P. S. MEETS AT HALL HOME The Young People's Society of the Church of God held its monthly social, m the form of a Saint Patrick's Day party, Thursday evening at the home of Thelma Hall at Poplar Grove. The program was in charge of the chairman, William Stoner, It was: Prayer, Mrs. Fred McElhaney; vocal solo, "Tell Me His Name," Thelma Hall; voqal duet, "Home Sweet Home," John and Lester Carroll; vocal duet, "Christ Is Not a Disappointment," Florence Hixenbaugh and Helen Pritchard; vocal quartet, "If I Be Lilted Up," Florence and Mary Margaret Hixenbaugh, Thelma Hall and Helen Pritchard; vocal solo, "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen," Thelma Hall; group song, "My Wild Irish Rose." The rest of the evening was given over to games. John and Lester Car- roH sang. Later a dainty lunch, in keeping with the season, was served by Mri. Garrett Hall, Thelma Shomer, Mrs. Freda Clark and Mrs. Levi Stoner. Fifty persons were present. Out-of-town guests were Mr and Mrs. John Carroll and sons, John, Jr., Lester and Edward, of Washington, Pa., Mis. L. Frank Haas of York Springs, Pa., wife of Rev. Haas, former pastor of the local church. Miss Mary B. Macken of Philadelphia, national lectuier, State organizer and field wo'ker of the Woman's Christian Tempeiar.ce Union, will arrive at Uniontown tonight, and will be entertained at the home of the county piesident, Mrs. Asia B. Dil- Imer. Miss Macken has arranged an intensive program during her visit in the county. She will come to Connellsville Thursday and in the morning will vlbit the local schools. In the afternoon she will speak at an institute to be held at toe Fu-st Methodist Protestant Church Wednesday afernoon she will Ms.t the Dawson schools and will speak in the evening at Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist Church. She will address the Perryopolis High School students Fnday noon and will attend a group institute, beginning at 1 o'clock, Friday afternoon at the Christian Church of Perryopolis. She will speak at 9:45 o'clock Sunday morning at the East Libeity Presbyterian Cnurch at Vanderbilt Miss Macker. -will also tour other parts of the county. News of Tri-Town Community fotd; trombone solo, Greensburg and Southwest Greensburg Mount Pleasant has been the only Class B baritone entered. Father 111. Michael Yanmello of New Yoik City has been called home by the illness of his father, Jerry Yanmello of East Washington street, who is a patient at Frick Memorial Hospital. Flea Surveyor on Job. JOHANNESBURG, Mar. 17.--An Oxford University man, H. Davis, is official ecologist to the Government of DAWSON, Mar. 18.--The Sarah B. Cochran Class of the Philip G. Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church will meet at 7:30 o'clock j o£ the P r °-! e ' , foid and Greensburg; piano solo, A n /~\ I ] T J D e i r y Township, TraiTord, Scottdale O \,J \,J | I 8nd St. Vincent Prep; cornet solo, I Gteensbuig and Southwest Greens- K A T D I E A Q A Kl T bu ig. baritone horn solo, Hurst, /V\ I . r L L r~\ O r\ I N I Greensburg and Mount Pleasant; bax- aphone solo, Gieensburg and Traf- MOUNT PLEASANT, Ma ' is--An enjoyable day was spent by the Westmoreland Coonty Schoolmen's Association, compnsed of school sup- euntencienls and supervising pnnci- pa's, at its annual St. Patrick's Day meeting at Westmoreland Homesteads The meeting opened with an inspection of the new Homestead's school which took up the first hour, after which Lloyd F. Rumbaugh, supervising principal of the Mount P.easant township schools, gave the of welcome and described the building. A school program was presented that included three numbers by the Huist High School band; numbers by band from fifth and siScth grades; ·15 students from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades in a chorus that gave several numbers; 'St. Patrick Day songs by third and fourth giades; 24 upperclass students in an Irish gig; rythmic band from first and second grades. County Superintendent Charles F. Maxwell gave the closing morning address, and luncheon was served in the dmingroom of the school by the Mother's Club of the Homesteads. The afternoon program got under way with a tour of the Homesteads project in school buses, stopping at the highest point, which is the reservoir, for a view, and then to the dairy barns and the chicken hatchery. This proved so popular that the party returned 50 minutes behind the schedule for the afternoon. Ward I Beckwith, manager of the Homesteads, told of the plan and purpose South Africa. He is paid to travel through the union, making a survey of the fleas earned by South Africa's plague-carrying rodents. Any Cold MAy Prove Serious PROOF of its Merit--84 Years of Success No! only helps break up colds, but aids m building stiong. sturdy bodies. Rich In vitamins; mo harmful drugs. :ct. Tuesday evening in the social auditorium D. H. Rissell of North Dawson is seriously ill at his home. Mrs. Carl Budd is recovering from an attack of influenza. Mis Bncc Colbert and Mrs. C. S. Harper of Liberty, Mrs. S. E. Porter and Miss Vivian Yvonne Collins attended the Greensburg Chapter, O. E. S., at Greensburg, Wednesday. Mr. Colbeit motored to and from Greensbuig with them. Mis. C. J. Gaal of North Dawson is improving after being ill for about a week. Mrs. Charles Arnold and daughter, I G. S. OF VANDERBILT HOSTESS TO BOYS' CLUB The Intermediate Girls' Society of the Chnstian Endeavor of the East Liberty Presbyterian Church delightfully entertained the Boys' Club at a Saint Patrick's Day party Friday night at the chuich. The evening was spent at gomes, after which tasty refreshments were served. Appropriate appointments were carried out. Favors were shamrocks. Miss Ruth Kecney, counselor of the I. G S , was, genei al chairman of the parly. Thnty-five persons, including young people's groups from the Tri- Town Community, attended. ENJOYABLE MEETING HELD BY J. L. PROUDFIT CLASS Well attended and most enjoyable was the March meeting of the J. L. Proudflt Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church at which Mrs. Carr Sheets was hostess Thursday night at her home m Porter avenue. At the business meeting a nominating committee was appointed and will submit its report at the next meeting. A feature of the evening was a baby contest. Each member brought a picture of herself when a baby or in her early girlhood. These pictures were numbered and the member guessing Uie largest number as to their identity received a prize. The award went to Mrs. H. W. McRobbie. Names of secret sisters were revealed and new ones for the coming year drawn. A dainty lunch, in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day, was served. The committee consisted of Mrs. C E. Rothlisberger, Mrs. C. E. Goe and Mrs. Lucy Norns. FRANCIS J. McDIFFETT WEDS HOFWOOD GIRL Mrs. Lucy Sturm of Hopwood announces the rndinage of hei daughter, Miss Geraldine Sturm, to Franus J. McDiffett. sor of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McDiffelt of Footedale, March 19, 1938, at Oakland, Md. Rev. W. S. Patterson officiated. The bride was graduated from South Union High School, a member of the Class of 1937. The bndegioom, an alumnus of German Township High School, is employed by the H. C. Frick Coke Coirpany. T. J, HOOPER CLASS PLANS COVEKED-DISH SUPPER The T. J. Hooper Bible Class of the First Piebbyteuan Church will hold u co\eied-dish supper at 6 o'clock Monday evening at the chuich. A business session will follow the supper. This beinj- the last meeting ol the yeai, officers will be elected. The committee consists of Mrs F K. Smith Mis J E Stuble ;.nd Mis Paul K. McGill and Mrs H. C. Eairow. Mis. G. E I.eapline will be the devotional leader ATHENS TEMPLE WILL FETE MEMBERS ON BIRTHDAYS Athens Temple No 80, Pythian Sisters, will hold a covered-diih sapper Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at Elks Home in honor of members whose birthdays fall in the months of January, February and March. The regular meeting of the temple will follow the supper. E p i s c o p a l rrorma Jean. Miss Marie and Thomas Louderback of Connellsville were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mis. E. D. Brewer of Vanderbilt. Mrs. Wade Haas of St. James Park, Mrs: Ken H. Collins and daughter, Miss Vivian Yvonne Collins, atttend- ed the Laureitc Ch.ipter, O. E. S,, In Uniontown Thursday. Mrs W. H. Moore, Miss Kathryn Van Hoin and Crus Crubaugh were Thursday callers in Uniontown. Mrs. Balph Black, Mrs. Brlce Colbert and Mis J. L. Henderson of Liberty were icccit caller;, in Connellsville. Miss Ida Sober was a Wednesday evening callei in Connel'svillc. ANN LAKATOSH ENGAGED TO MARRY JOHN TAKAC Mr. and Mrs John Lakatosh of Dunbar announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Ann Lakatosh, to John Takac, son of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Takac of this city. No date has been set for the wedding Joseph lewis Post Meets Monday Night Joseph Lewis Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will hold a meeting Monday night at the Union Baptist Church. All members are requested to be present, Commander J W. Hobson announced. Solos by Lorraine Bitner and I lancis Kapalka, accompanied fay the high school swing band, were sung. The program closed with an ad- chess by Assistant District Attorney C. Ward Etcher of Greensbarg, who talked on "Americanis-i." CCC Enrollment. Applicants for the April enrollment of the Civilian Conservation Corps will be interviewed March 23 and March 28 by the Department of Public Assistant at the borough building. Boys from families receiving public assistance are nsked to get in touch with these people on cither days. Epuorth League Play. The Epworth League of the Methodist Episcopal Church will present a j ploy at 7.30 o'clock Sunday evening ! m place of the regular church service. It is entitled "Tara Finds the Door to Happiness." There will be no Epworth League meeting. St. Patrick Dance. A St. Pataick's Day dance was held by Mount Pleasant Lodge, B. P. O. Elks Friday evening in the rooms in Mount Pleasant State Bank Building. Music Contests. Eight schools have entered the elimnjtion contest of the Westmoreland county instrumental music division of the Pennsylvtania Forensic and Music League to be held at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening, March 27, in Ramsay High School auditorium. The schools entered are: Brass sex- Recent Bride Feted. A miscellaneous shower, honoring Mrs, Wilham Gcrke, B February bride, was hold Fr.doy evening by Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Brownfield at their home on the Connellsville road. Guests were all fellow teachers of the bride in the j schools of North Union townsnip. refreshments were served You'll Like Spring FRESH, CLEAN CLOTHES Phone 813 It's the out-of-doors season . .. time for long walks and shopping expeditions in the warm Spring air. To enjoy spring to the utmost, be sure that your clothes are smart and clean. An easy way to do that is to have Goodwin clean them. You'll like our work and our prices, too! GOODWIN CO. Cleaners Dyers COJfMELLSVlLLE, PA. Inc. FLORENCE WILKEY PLAYS MARIMBA SOLOS AT TEA Miss Florence Wilkey played several marimba solos at a tea given Friday afternoon at the First Methodist Episcopal Church o£ McKeesport by the McKeesport Women's Club. Mrs Marian Snyder was at the piano Mrs. Nelle Mooie Spiouk of Pittsburgh gfve a reading. Miss Wilkey and Mrs Snyder weie accompanied to the tea by Mis. N. E. Ferguson of Vine street, a member of the club. Will Meet Mondaj. Fuendship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters, will meat at Elks Hall Monday evening. The time is 7:30. The degree team will practice and a good attendance is desired. Will Meet Monday. The legular meeting of the Doicas Mission Circle of Tumty Lutheian Church will be held Monday mgnt at the home of Mary Louisa and Margaret Grace Young, 1147 Race street. Bees Taxed as Animals. LANSING, Mich., Mar. 17 --A bee may be an insect to some people, but to Attoiney General Thomas Read, it's an "animal" Tor tax assessment pui poses, bees must be considered in the same class as livestock, he informed Vester E Mock, chief apiary inspector of the depaitment of agriculture Woman, 100, "Never m." WINGHAM, Qnt., Mar. 17.--Mrs Margaret Meuser has celebrated her 100th birthday at her home in nearby Eirmvood with the boast she "had never been sick" in hei life. Offering no advice on how to attain longevity, she said she had never taken "medicine of any kind." THEATRICAL ENTERTAINMENT Sound on Film Talkies Programmes arranged for Clubs, Churches, Socials, Dinners, Private Parties, Benefits and Class Roqms. Wide selection of subjects in: Sports, Travels, Musicales, Dramas, Religion, Westerns, News, Comedy, Cartoons, etc. Machines operated liy competent licensed projectionists. For Complete Details, PJione or Write, Film Go. 328 JlcCormick Are., and 2H East Fnyettc Street. Phone 171G. 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