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EGE TWO,- - THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. .MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1938. By LYNNB B. KINCEIi. Miss Margaret Riienour, State President, . ,WiM Be Guest at B. (P. W. Club Banquet ,, Seventy-two reservations have been received for "Our Town's" banquet 'to be'given Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at Trinity Lutheran Church by the Business and Professional Women's Club. In addition to local guests, there will be a number 'from Unlontown and Greensburg. Included .will be Miss Margaret Riten- .our of Umontown, State president, and Miss Marlon Leoncll, recording secretary, also of Uniontown. The banquet is in charge,of the public relations committee consisting ot Mrs. Dorothy E. Griffin, chairman, Miss' Rose A. Donegan and" Miss 'Louise J. Painter. Mrs. John Y, ·Buck; president, will preside anJ Mrs. Prince M. Stone will be toastmistress. Mrs. Ora Engleka -will Vanderbilt Club Gives One O'clock Luncheon The March meeting of the Saturday Afternoon Club, held Saturday afternoon at thc Old Homestead on the Pcnnsville road, was featured by a 1 o'clock luncheon of attractive appointments and an interesting program. Places were laid for tSventy members and Kucsts. Miss Cnrne Dull was hostess and Miss Grace Snyder was leader, Mrs. I. H. Hazlett of Wayncsburg, the guest speaker, save ft splendid talk on "Poetry." A former resident of Vanderbilt, Mrs. Hazletl is well known among the club women. The remainder of the program was: lead thc panel discussion. Miss Elizabeth Bower will be soloist. Her accompanist will be Miss Kcba Pore. | Vocal colos, "Kerry Dance" and Thc executive committee, composed of officers and chairmen of standing committees, will receive the guests. Every member is asked to be present at 6 o'clock. The club is Jnvitcd to a public affairs dinner to be given Thursday evening at 6 o'clock at the Congress of Clubs, Pittsburgh, by the Business and Professional Women's Club of Pittsburgh. There will be a debate by the debating team o£ thc University of Pittsburgh. Thc subject Is: "Resolved,'That the National Labor Relations Board Shall "Be Empowered to Enforce Arbitration In All Industrial Disputes." Irish Eyes," Mrs. Ellis Gault; rcad- ng, Miss Huttlcberry's Trip to Chiago," Mrs. W. S. Bryan; piano solo. Mother Machree," Miss Pahel; vocal olos, "Londonderry Air" and "When rlsh Eyes are Smiling," Mrs. Gault, Her accompanist was Miss Pahel. State W; C T. U ·Worker Will Speak ""-Monday, March 14 At a -meeting- of the executive committee of the -Fayctte County Woman's Christian Temperance Union, held Saturday at the home of the president; Mrs. 'Asia B.-DilUngcr, at' Unlontown, ~it -ytus , announced that Miss Mac'Mackon, State Held representative, will visit Fayette county in the near. future. In the interest of scientific , temperance, Miss. Macken. hopes-io contact 'the public-schools-during her visit. She will speak at the local First Baptist " ° " ~ ~A memfcersnip-cainpiafgn^thc ccn- Junior Mozart Club To Observe National Music Week in May The Junior Mozart Club met Saturday evening at the home of Frank VanNorman, Jr., in Johnston avenue, with thc president, Sylvia Schmidlc, conducting the usual business session. Plans were begun for an open meeting to be held in observance of National Music Week--the first week in May. The complete program will be announced later. Business of a routine nature was also discussed, after which thc following program of which Arue Mansbergcr was leader, was well given by the following young musicians: Piano solos, Helen Schmidlc, Ed- Wstory of the State W. C. T. U., now I being compiled by the State organ- ization,-were-discu6sed,~ Attention -was also-called to thc regional-con-. -fercnce. at Beaver. -- Dcvotionals were conducted by Maurice Ravel, the title page of the "March Etude," Dorcas Burkhardt; vocal_solo, Betty Lee Dixpn; ques- lidhnairc of fen questions" nnd'an- ' swcrs, the subject being "What Musi ic Juniors Should Know," conducted -- _ _ _ . . _ , ) 1W U U l l l U i A W L l V l t a U I V l J U W f t V M U U ;Mrs. George Cramer ot. Point Mar- . , he ^un^Mrs C4trl T . 3on. The closing prayer was given I sme - ' · .-toy Mrs; Lulu Luce. ,,_Lunch was j L ^ nch was ECrved by th - c hosti as _ Tscn-ed^. · ·. · - ."tsisted by Rhea Herd, Lida Engleka ,~ "Among those present" were .-Mrs. -~ ··-· - -- · · · -- · . rlClark Pope, Mrs. J. · 'G. Sleigthcr, 3Mrs. Margaret Buttcrmorc,'Mrs. J. .-JB. Henderson, of this city, Mrs. H. . Cameron, of Dawson.'Mrs. Felicia "and "James Dunklc. Prizes for musical games were won by Helen Schmidlc and Doris Landymorc. ·' The next meeting will be held at the Home-of Roselyn Rulli, Eas ^Krepps-of-Mlll Run, Mrs. . Nettle Crawford'· avenue, Friday evening -Arnol'of Buena Vista, Mrs. Luvada i March 18." SBlalr'and Mrs. Faye Kamcrcr of TPcrryopolis." · . -JIBS. E/A. SCHULTZ AGAIN CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY WOMEN GIVE LUNCHEON The Women's Missionary Society ~ A1 * ifc * J * *·" *"' W V » A W « » « * » V * » M « " ~ - HEADS"MISSIONARY SOCIETY of thc Flrst Christian Church gave a - .Reports of committees and the an-J 1 o'clock, luncheon of attracfive ap- rmial election of officers were among 1 polntments Thursday afternoon a --the highlights of the .monthly mcet- nrig of '{he Women's Missionary So- -"cicty of the First United Brethren "Church, held "Friday night at the ·"home of Mrs. C.'M. Stone in Lincoln .avenue, with the .president, Mrs. El- rjncr A. Schultz, presiding. Reports Tshowed a fine increase In all de- "partmcnts. The nominating com- -mittee, Mrs. C. W.'-Kern, chairman, "gave its report and the election of ;offlcers resulted as follows: President, Mrs. Schultz; vice-presldenl, ,,Mrs. O. O. Osterwisc; s«crctary, Mru. "?R. D. Miller; assistant, Mrs. LeRoy Williams; treasurer, Mrs.' G. R. Zimmerman; thank offering secretary, Mrs. H. C. Shippy; assistant, Mrs. ·William M. Fox; mission study · teacher, Mrs. S. L. Fletcher; assistant, ;Mrs. W. E. Kooser; secretary of Ht- -crature, Miss Bessie Bungard; as- "sistant, Mrs. J. E. Ecliard; secretary ·ol stewardship, Mrs. W. E. Lawson; ^assistant, Mrs. J. C. Gorsuch; pianist, "Mrs. Sara Listen; assistant, Mrs. L. "G. Hoo-er; collectors, Mrs. E. C. ^Hcnry, Mrs. W. N. Laughrej^f-Mrs. Wr '"F~. Hcrwick and Mrs. William^yj.ery;- -idolegates to convention in "June at £Scottdale, Mrs. E. T. Whipkey and ^Mis. W. N. Laughrey; altci nates, Miss_ ;Xathryn;Bungard _and Mrs. H. S7 -Sechlcr. ~- · ~ ~ -- : ~ ~-~z. ~ · - -Thc progranij in chargejrt Mrs; S._ .L. Fletchcr.-was n study of the sec- _pnd part of the book, "Rural Amcr- '_jca.*' Scripture was read by Mrs. -AV. R. Kooser, after which-Mrs. J._W_r ;Collins, Mrs. R. D.-Millcr, Mrs,zS. -K. Huey and Mrs. Sinppjctpok ijart . a discussion of the book. ( -meeting closed with thc ;J'rayer repeated in unison. Lord's JttRS. CHARLES DETWILER - : TO SPEAK AT UNIONTOWN ~ Mrs. Charles Detwiler of near :PennsvilIe -will be the guest speaker ,at an open'meeting ot the Women's "Missionary Society of the Great .Bethel Baptist Church, Uniontown, to Jw held Tuesday afternoon.'March 8, at the church. The meeting will begin at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Detwiler is one of the selected (group sent out by "State headquarters to interpret to -local groups present needs and con- Tdltions of mission fields at home and "abroad. ~". Mrs. O. C* Kough, 'president, will' preside and tea will be served at the close of the program. the social room of the church. Spring flowers formed the centerpiece After the luncheon, a business session was held. Mrs. A. D. Solsson president, presided. Mrs. Frank W Showman was leader of the program. Thc topic was "Southern Unusual Honor [James Joscsak, Bride Honored With Shower Mr. and Mrs. James Joscsak were honored guests at a surprise miscellaneous shower Sunday 'evening at Mr. Joscsak's home at South Connellsville. Thc afTjir was planned by Mrs. Joseph Joscsak and Mrs. Louis J. Cole. Cards and games were the diversions for fifty guests. A buffet lunch was served. A large wedding cake covered with white frosting and topped with a miniature bride and bridcgioom, centered thc table. A color motif ot pink and white was carried out. The honored guests received many lovely gifts. Guests were from Connellsville and Uniontown. The marriage ot Mr. and Mrs. Joscsak was an event of Saturday, February 10. Mrs. Joscbak will be remembered as Miss Mable Dolan. S. A. W. V. AUXILIARY PLANS FOR INSTALLATION The first regular mooting ot the Ladies' Auxiliary to thc Spanish E. B. MARTIN CLASS WILL MEET WITH MUS. J. G. WILSON Tell E B. Martin Bible Class of the First Baptist Church will hold Amci lean -War Veterans was held j its annual dollar meeting Thursday Friday night at the Baltimore | night I at the home ot Mrs. J. G. ' ------ ' " "'" "-"- "'-'--- -'--' IEDICAL AUXILIARY WILL HONOR STATE CHAIRMAN Thc Fayette County Medical Auxiliary will give a 1 o'clock uncheon Friday afternoon, March 5, at the White Swan Hotel, Union- own, hi honor of Mrs. Welling D. Grlcscmer, State president. A fash- on tea is also being planned, date to be decided on later. Plans fo thc events were discussed at the monthly meeting of the auxiliary held Tucs day night at the White Swan Hotel Miss Esther M. Scifert, dietitian at the Connellsville State Hospital, was ;ucst speaker, her subject being 'Trends in Menu Planning." Thc science of menu planning is one of relatively recent development, she explained. Thirty-five years ago .here were but few hospitals which employed a trained woma^i for thc purpose of scientifically planning ind preparing diets. Miss Seifert told icr listeners. Today, menu planning s really the hub around which nil activities of the dietary department rotate. Miss Scifert was accompanied to the meeting by Miss Emily A. Holmes, superintendent ot the Hospital. Continuing the series of "Highlights of Medicine," this month's subject was "Syphilis," with Mrs. George Riffle leading thc discussion. Dr. KnUrorlno M. Dcnworth . . . heads junior colleges First woman ever elected to head the American Association of Junior Colleges, Dr. Katharine M. Dcnworth, of Philadelphia, and president of Bradford Junior col- lego at Bradford, Mass., was selected to head discussions of thc association at Its convention in Philadelphia, March 4-5. --Central Prest Asia." Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwell read a paper on "Buddah," while thc subject of Mrs. Frank W. Showman's paper was "Hindu." Hostesses were Mrs. Soisson and Mrs. Showman. Mrs. Robert Seaton of "Uniontown, a former member, was a guest Mrs. Carroll B. Fisher gave a report of the junior department, turning in a nice sum ft money for mission service. Hostesses for April will be Mrs. W. H. Berger and Mrs. M. R. Younkin and Mrs., Sarah Douglass. Mrs. Charles Phillippi will . be program leader and'Mrs. J.-D. Mortimer devotional leader, TROOP 4, GIRL SCOUTS. TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT Scouts belonging to Troop 4, Girl Scouts of the First Presbyterian Church arc asked to bring water colors to thc meeting at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening at the church. Vases are being made and water colors are essential. Patrol scribes are nskcd to bring boxes in which to keep their material. Those that have failed to bring the patrol flags to thc meeting nre reminded to do Tuesday evening. A court of honor meeting will be held following thc Scout session. Flnt W. B. Meetings. Thc Ottcrbcin Guild will meet this evening at the home of Jean and Dorothy Ostcrwise, 307 East Green street, Mrs. Ethel Huey and Mrs. Ruth Marietta are co-hostesses and Miss Marie Hawkins will be leader. A meeting of the Friendship Bible Class will be held Tuesday night nt the home of the teacher, S. K. Huey, 508 Race street. Mrs. Huey will be hostess. A meeting of the Girl Scouts will te held Tuesday evening at 6 J 30 o'clock. A meeting of the Boy Scouts is scheduled for the same night. Thc time is 7:30. The Tried and True Class will meet Tuesday nisht at th home of Sara and Mildred Gruft, 1001 Vine street. The children's choir, under the direction of Miss Jean Hoover, will rehearse Wednesday evening from 6 to 7 o'clock. Those who have not as yet tried out for the choir may attend. Norma Ruth Addis Is Bride of Benny Cable Mr. and Mrs. Robert Addis of Van- lerbilt announce the marriage of aughter. Miss Norma Ruth Addis, o Brentford Cable, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cable, of Con- ellsvillc. The ceremony took place Sunday, March 8, at Morgantown, V. Va., with Rev. W. Roy Hashin- ;cr, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Ihurch, officiating. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. '. D. Hefflcy of this city, brothcr- n-law and sister of the bridegroom. A wedding dinner was served lunday evening at the Addis home, places being laid for immediate members of the bride's family and the attendants. Mrs. Cable was n member of this 'cars' junior class of the Dunbar Township High School. Mr. Cable mown to his many friends a ( ·Benny," was graduated from the Uniontown High School. He it employed at the State liquor store at Jrownsvillo. The couple will reside with the bride's parents. T. A. Rt Club Meet*. ~ The T. J.. M. Club met Wednesday aftcrooaat rthe-Tiome of Mrs. .Olive Hostetlc'r IrCPcach street. '".Two new members, Mrs. Margaret Cole and Mrs. Sara Grace Gardner, were received. Th- draw prize was won by Mrs. Thclma Welling. A dainty lunch was-served. The next meeting will bo'held a t-the home of Mrs. Garnet McDowell, in Blackstonc road, March 16. -~-licensed"to Marry. . ~"Thomas~~3osepir Shamrock and Helen-Esther Hcltcrbran, both of Uhioniown, were licensed to wed at Cumberland. Rockwood Man Wed'. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Wilma Geraldine Parks of West Decatur and Charles Edward Shucmaker of Rockwood. The cere mony took place Wednesday, Febru 'ary- 16. Mr. and Mrs. Wallao Kennedy ot Clearfleid were th attendants. The couple will reside a Clearfleid, where Mr. Shuemakcr 1 employed at the CCC camp. D. of U. V. Meets. Emma B. Goodyear Tent of thc daughters of the Union Veteran met Friday night at Elks Hal! Routine business was transacted. A] members arc urged to attend th next meeting on Friday evening March 18, as business of importance is to be taken care of. Z ' W. B. A. to-SIcct." · - .Z -The Woman's Benefit Association ."Will meet Tuesday night at 7:30 "o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, East Crawford avenue. DO YOU LACK PEP? H. a Blysoii R. V. D. i. wr: "X^u wiqtcr J hid no pep or enercy-aad bad to Jorce tnytclf to rac. v I Bird Ir. Pierce's Cold- " ., en Medical DtKovcrr and , it made me feel like a new man. It gave tne a. fine" appetite and I recalled my · trencth," Buy it in liquid OT tableta (ton your .»j».~I today and ire how moeh at/umici i ttri. New tat, tablet* 0 cento. FOLKS! ANOTHER OUTPOURING OF DEPARTMENT OFFICER VISITS V. F. W. UNIT Mrs. Jennie Goughnour of Union- own, deputy chief of start of the department of Pennsylvania Auxll- ary of Veterans of Foreign Wars, vas a guest at the regular meeting f the Ladies' Auxiliary to Waller E. Jrown Post, held Thursday night at V. F. W. Home. Mrs. Coughnour nspected the auxiliary and found it o be in n satisfactory condition. Mrs. Ruth Ringer was the winner of the rize in the Variety Club, conducted y the auxiliary. After the business necting, a delicious lunch was served by a committee of which Mrs. Margaret Pickard was chairman. Thc next meeting will be held Thursday evening, March 17. REBEKAUS WILL NOMINATE ' OFFICERS WEDNESDAY Officers to serve for six months will be elected at a meeting of Edna Rcbckah Lodge to be held Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Hall. SUZETTE AND ARTHUR HELMS, TWINS. FETED BY SISTER A delightful surprise party was held Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hclmi of South Connellsville in honor of their daughter, Suzcttc, and son, Arthur Thc occasion marked their fourteenth jirthdays and was arranged by the twins' sister, Miss Alberta. Games were the divcision of thc evening zes being won by Helen Adams Donald Corvm and Alma Jean Burke The twins received many useful gifts Lifnch was served by Alberta, assisted by Mrs. W. B. Helms, Mr:,. Wesley Helms and Mrs. Richard Garner. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garbcr and son, Me! vin, of Scottdale, and Mr. and Mrs Wesley Helms of East Connellsville. Deborah Bible Clas.1 ot Meet. Thc Deborah Bible Class of th rst Presbyterian Church will mce Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock wit; Mrs. J. W. Buttcrmore of the Col Apartments, South Plttsburj btrect. Every member Is asked t bring and article of food. Pythian Sisters Tonlsht. Friendship Temple of the Pythian Sisters will meet this evening at o'clock at the Elks Home. Ohio Y. M. C. A., with the prcsi- dent, Mrs. J. C. Heiwlck, presiding. New members ieceived were: Alberta M. Storter, Edna Mae Collins, Mrs. Julia C. Girard, Mary Fagan and Hilda McCormick. Plans were discussed for the installation of officers on March 20. About sixty members from Pittsburgh and Uniontown will attend. Wilsoi," 313 South Eighth stieet. Greenwood, The committee consists of Mih. H. D. Shcaier, Mrs. George Sourd and Mrs-. I. L. Davis. Will Meet Tuesday. The J, O. Class of the First United Brethren Church will meet Tuesday night at the church. The time is 7:30 o'clock. Former Local Girl Mother. A daughter was bom Jhis morn- scv- j ing at 4 o'clock at a hospital In West- Un- field, N. J., to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred State Trooper Married. Paul A. Rittlemann, a member of thc State Motor Police who for several ycnrs was stationed at the Uniontown sub-station before his tians- | H. Swcnsoii of Wostfleld. The baby for to Grccnsburg and then subse- I j s the first in thc family. Mrs. qucntly to Washington, was married Swcnson, the former Miss . Lucy February 26 at St. Francis Xavler Bittncr, is a daughter of Mrs. J. H. Catholic Church at Cresson, accord- , B ittner of South Arch street. ing to word received by friends here. I _ The bride was Miss Louise Joan Chrlstc, daughter of Mrs. Kearney Christe of Cresson. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ellsworth of Dormont, Pittsburgh, announced thc engagement of their daughter, Miss Lorraine Ellsworth, to Dr. Samuel H. Hibbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott L. Hibbs of Monessen, at a- luncheon Saturday. Dr. Hibbs is director of laboratories at the Allegheny Conuty Hospital at Woodville. Mary I Maintenance Local No. 88, G. B. B. A. ! Miantcnancc Local No. 88, G. B. B. A. will hold their regular monthly meeting, Odd Fellows Temple, Tuesday, March 8t'n, 7:30 P. M. J. F. Cole, President.--Advertisement.-- 7mar-lt. Dance. Tucs., March 8th, Ray and Gang with Charlie Martin, figure caller at Jack Leonard's Place, South Con- nellsville/--Advertisement.--77-ltx. First M. E. Events. A iccreation meeting for men of the church is scheduled for this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Thc J. O. C. Clai.1 will meet Wednesday at 8 o'clock at the church. The committee consists of Mrs. Frank VanNorman, Mrs. C. A. Port, Mrs. Elmer Snyder, Mrs. Thornlcy and Mrs. Moore. The Boy Scouts will meet Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at the church. A meeting of thc Fidelis Class will be held Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at thc home of Miss Rcbekah Campbell in East Green street. Thc committee comprises Miss Campbell, chairman, Miss Lillian Edmonds, Mrs. Stuart Scott, Miss Eula Knappenberger, Mrs. Godfrey and Mrs. Harmon. * With Mrs. Earl Bcatty. Mrs. Earl Bcatty entertained the D. D. D. Club Friday night at her homo m Second street, South Connellsville, with every member present. After a short business session cards were enjoyed. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Fred Soisson, high, an ' Mrs. Ralph Davidson, draw. Mrs. Kelly Corvm won the "pig." Later the hostess served lunrh, jssistcd by Mr... Pnul Soisbon. Mrs. Ray Ramage will entertain the club Friday, Mjrch 18, at her Hyndmon street home. Laurel Hill W. C. T. U. An all-d.iy meeting of the Laurel Hill Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jessie Moore on thc Connellsville road near Rcndinc Park. The meeting will begin at 9 o'clock and all members arc asked to come prepared to sew. VandcrblH das* Tuesday. The Faithful Friends Class of the Vanderbilt Christian Chinch will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at thc'church. All members are urged to be present. At Last! THE ideal-Fitting READY-MADE Furniture Covers · M n r r t * « · R C M O V A B L K UPHOLSTERY Imagine) Ready-made furniture coven that fit so snug, smooth qnd trim that the/ actually look like upholstery! Gracefully conform to every curve and line of chairs and sofa. In the "twinkling of an eye," with Sure-Fit SWANKS, you can give your furniture a smart, newly upholstered appearance. As easy to put on as a glove. Patented STA-FAST Feature vntt Sliding, Cr««pln0, and Twining. Mad* «f an » n l l r l y NEW KNITTED FABRIC. No Wrinkling, Slipping, or Bulging. REMOVABLE RUFflE--jlv.i th« oppMr-- onco of Slip Covm whtn ON* Uphet- tt«ry wh«n OfF. COLORS] RUST, OMEN, BLUE, BROWN. F O R S O F A C O V t K S SU«t.rTT -VASSAB" Slip Cover Depf.--Second Hoor House-Cleaning Time Is Near! Specials! " Buy Now Willie the iavlnss Arc Greatest! 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