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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 20, 1939
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PAGE TWO. TfTE DATT/T COURIER. CONNETVLSVIW-E PA. MONDAY, MARCH 20. 193. Girl Scouts Give Lovely Silver Tea By LYNKE B. KINCELL National W. C. T. U. Lecturer Will Speak At Institute Thursday at Greenwood Church Plans have been completed for an institute to be held Thursday alter- noon and evening at the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church by the Connellsville, Rhoda Dunn and Mill Run Woman's Chritslan Temperance unions. The prmcipal sepaker will be Mrs. May B. Macken of Philadelphia, National lecturer, State organizer and field worker of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. Clark Pope, president of the Connellsville union, will preside. The afternoon sesison will begin at 2:30 and the evening session at 7:30 Show Will Be Presented Tuesday For Junior Club, Guests A style show, to be presented _ _ r through the couitesy of G. C. David- the troop assls ,ted, either on the son, will feature a meeting of the , program or j n serving. SIRS, WALTER MURRAY FETED ON HER 66TH BIRTHDAY A delightful 1 o'clock dinner was served Sunday in honor of Mrs , Walter Murray, who celebrated hei A t - ^rlinonknrn Hnmo 6Bth birthday at her home m South /AiocnoenDomnomej ConneLlsvlllet ^ affair was ar _ j i a n g c d by her daughters, Misses Olive and Murray. Covers were laid for nineteen guests at an attractively appointed table. A thiee-tier birthday take coveicd with white frosting and deco.-ated with pink rosebuds and Slender pink tjjpers in crystal holders weic place/1 at either end. Chinese cheikers was the diversion of tne aftpinoon The honored guest icceived'many lovely gifts. Tl-.e home ol Mrs. Kail 1!. J. Sehoer.born was the scene of a lovely silver tea which was given Saturday afternoon by Troop 4, Girl Scouts o'clock. The tea tab.e was ccnteied with an lusn scene, made by the Silver Star Patiol and now displayed in the widow o£ the P. H DeMuth stove, South Pittsburg street. Pig banks were placed on the table. Mrs. George P. Wairr and Mrs. J. Davidson poured. A musical p.ogram was presented throughout the afternoon. It consisted of piano, vocal, flute, and tap dance solos. All Scouts of Dr. James Goldblum, Pittsburgh Girl Wed Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Smith of Bcechwood boulevard, Pittsburgh, annojncc the marriage of then daug.itei, Misb Elvira Smith, to Dr. James H. Goldblum of this city. The ceremony took place Sunday, March 5. After Apul 1, Dr and Mrs. Gold- i blum will reside m Conncllsville uheie Lie briclegioom practices! dentistry. Catch the Spirit) of Spring at r 'S , Junior Culture Club to be held at 8 (o ha6e uni . o'clock Tuesday night at the club and ' rooms at the Carnegie Free Libraiy. Invitations have been issued other local women's clubs. to o'clock. The p-.ogram is: Afternoon -- Devotionals, Mrs J. French Kerr. j Address of welcome, Mrs. Pope. ; JUDGE AND MRS. COTTOM'S Response, Mrs. Mac Krepps of the ! DAUGHTER MARRIED -Mill Run union. from the ten, will be applied to this fund. ' I Judge and Mrs. Harry A. Cottom Talk, ''Why W. C. T. U. Institutes?" Mrs. Himes of the Belle Vernon Union. - -- Talk, "Religious Education," Mrs. Felicia Krepps of Mill Run. Frances" "Willarcl "Memorial, in charge of Mrs. Lulu Luce and Mis. Himcs of Belle Vernon. Short talk, Miss Macken Social hour, to be followed 1 of Uniontown announce the rnairiage of theii daughter, Miss Anna Margaret Cottom, to Allen Porter Young, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Young of Glenshaw, Pittsbuigh. The cere- money was quietly solemnised March 4, 1939, at the parsonage of the Methodist Church at Front itoyal, 1 Va. Kev. John IT. Owens, pastor, ojfl- I ciated. Frank Hickey of Front Royal, I close friend of the biidegroom, was supper at 6 o'clock with women of 1 th f onl y attendant. the hostess church serving. Devotionals, Rev. O. G. Cook, pas- Thc bride v,as graduated fiom the High School and from Music by Chailcs Robinson's stung quartet. Address, Miss Maxcy. Benediction, Rev. Cook. CHRISTIAN CULTURE CLASS HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION Mrs. A. E. Lowery was elected president of the Christian Culture Class of the First United Presbyterian Church when the class met Friday night at the social room of the church for its monthly session. Other officers chosen are: Teacher, Mrs. H. M. Chorpenning; first assistant, Mrs. G. E. Hart; second, Miss Florence Patterson; vice-president, Mrs. Carl Beighley; recording secretary, Mrs. A. F. Lewis; assistant, Mrs. Frank Secan; financial secretary, Mrs. Harvey Stull; treasurer, Mrs. Clyde Lowery; corresponding secretary, Mrs. John White; reporter, Mrs. Bert Conner. Miss Patterson is the only new officer. Prior to the meeting a covered- dish supper was served at 6 o'clock in the social room of the church. The table was beautifully decorated in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day. The centerpiece was a bouquet of lovely cut flowers. Placed at either end ot the table were green tapers in crystal holders. The business session supplemented the supper. The next meeting will be held Friday evening. April 21, at tiie home of Mrs. Frank Secan in South Pittsburg street. Township High Schoo 1 The bridegroom is an alumnus of the University at Pittsbuigh, and during three of the five years of hss association with the GMAC has been located at Uniontown. His father is a well-known Presbyterian m.nister of Pittsburgh. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY' MEETING POSTPONED The monthly meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to the Connellsville State Hospital has been postponed from Tuesday afternoon to March Norrnn Mae Adams Feted. The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Adams at Libeity was the scene of a prettily arranged children's party when Mrs. Adams entertained Thursday afternoon in honor of the seventh birthday of her little daughter, Norma May. Seven of Norma's friends were invited to assist in celebrating the event. The hours were from ·! to 0 o'clocK. Many games were played during the afternoon. A beautiful birthday take, bearing seven pink candles, was presented to the little honoree. At this time the guests sans "Happy. Birthday." A delicious lunch was served by Mrs, Adams, assisted by Miss Violet Gillen. Norma May, a pupil in the nd grade school of East Liberty, LOIS KEFFER REELECTED HEAD OF GLEANERS CLASS The Gleaners Class of the First United Presbyterian Church met Fn- day night at the home of Mrs. Elmer Mllh.'on in Nortn Second street, West Side. OHicers elected are. President, Miss 1 QIS Keffer; vice-president, Mrs. Milliion; sec" lary, Miss Patty Hart; treasurer, Marian Connei; teacher, Mrs. George H Reagan. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting The next meeting, to be he'.d at the church, uill be preceded by a covered-dish supper. IVlill Run Couple Honored. A miscellaneous shower was given Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Prinkey at Mill Run in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith. The evening was spent at games. Music was also enjoyed and at a late hour lunch was served by Mrs Prinkey u nd Mrs. Grandville Smith, assisted by other aides. Mrs. Hoiner Smith w.ll be remembered as Miss Regrna Prinkey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Prmkey. Mr. Smith is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Smith, formerly of Dawson. Onehundred and fifteen guests attended From out-of-town were: COTEUIE CLUB WILL MEET WITH MRS. W. E. KELLY The Coterie Club will meet at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Kelly of South Ninth btreet, Greenwood. Mrs. W. E. DeBolt will have charge of the literary program. Licensed to Marry. A marriage license was issued at Greensburg to William J. Manown of Belle Vernon and Ruth J. Magill of West Newton. -- t 3VI.U1I1.1 ^l clue UV.HHW* ~. -- -- - - ~. .. , Mr. and Mrs. Young aie residing a l l . Qceivccl some beaulifal girts The 71 Pennsylvania avenue, Uniontown I guest hst included Lols jane Hixon, I Joann Budd, Joann Bhicka, P.itrlc'a Cochranc, Helen Freed and Dora Lee MRS. LAURA CLARK HOSTESS TO PAST PRESIDENTS' CLUB Eight members of the Past Pre-i- dents' Club of the Ameiican Legion Auxiliary attended the March meeting at which Mrs. Laura-Clark was Boyer. Liberty Woman Hostess. Mrs. Loietta Livingston of Liberty entertained the Naborhood Club at , , « . . J i l l , - Ull.t:! L U i U C V l Lllli * l u ^ v t J l w w v . ^ - . ~ ~ -- · hostess Fr. night at her home in ! slalnt Patrick . s Day party Thurs- MeCormicfc avenue. During the eve- , d evenmg . Priz e s were awarded nir".(* ft/lVc R TP T « n a « * 11 -ir- n i - n i - n n t n i - «-"V *· * « _ First Iff. E. Meetings. The weekly recreational hour for men at the First Methodist Episcopal Church will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the church. The N. C. D. Class will hold a banquet at 6 o'clock Thursday night at the social room of the church. N. C. D. "sisters" will be revealed at this time. Those wishing to attend are to contact Miss Mary Murrie or Mrs. John Morrison. The junior choir will meet at 6:30 o'clock Thursday night for rehearsal. A meeting o£ the loyalty campaign workers is scheduled for 7:30 o'clo'cls- Thursday night. The Carrie Kenyon Auxiliary will -meet at 7:30 o'clock Frima'^-night at the church. Mrs".' B. S. Swartzwelder will be leader of devotionals_ and _Mrs. C. R. will ;have charge- o£ the program. Hostesses are Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. Staley and Mrs Dixon. · ning Mrs. B. F. Jones was presented I vith,a gift," the occasion marking her birthday. Mrs. J. R.'Laughlin, president, was in charge of the business session, at which the dub voted to send an Easter box to its adopted war nurse, Ida Masters, at Dayton, Ohio. The hoite^s berved a delicious lunch, a gieen and white color scheme, symbolic of Saint Patrick's Day^being carried out m an attractive manner. D, OF U. V. SENDS BIRTHDAY CARDS TO MRS. K. S. MAKSH Plans for a birthday caid shower in honor of Mrs. Edward Marsh, vho is wintering at her home in Sarnsota, Fla., were made at a meeting of Emma B. Goodyear Tent, Daugbleis of Union Veterans, Friday night at Elks Home. The cards were mailed Saturday. Mrs. Marsh, a member of the tent, will observe her birthday Wednesday. Arrangements were also made for a pound social to be held Friday night, March 24, at the home of Mrs. L. B. .Gangaware, East Murphy avenue, for the widow of a Civil War veteran. to Mrs. Pauline Gillespie, Mrs. Perle Haas and Mrs. Dorothy Downey. The '·jobless served a delectable lunch. The next meeting will be held Thursday night, March 30, with Mrs. Ruth Bldsey and Mrs Ruth McManus co- hostesses. ADAIU .NATURE- STUDY ." - "WLtJUIKE-WEDNESDAT Cliib.wiU Casparis, _ hjkc-- tortttsrrcffir, 'Hear First H. r. Meetings. ·- .The Onward Class 'Of .the First Methodist Protestant Church" will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Walter T. Smith, 93 Wills road. The committee consists of Mrs. C. N. Shaw. Mrs. Camper, Mrs. Thomas R. -Cunningham, Mrs. Oceana Shaw, -Mrs. Nelson 'Stafford, Mrs. Walter Arlis and Mrs. Robert KefTer. T The F. O. M. Class will meet at ".7:30 o'clock" Tuesday T night at" the ~i+ Teh. Girls' Missionary Circle No. 5 will meet Thursday evening at the home of Miss Mary Ellen Shives, Jefferson street. The time is 7:45. ~ The Jubilee will furnish special music at the Wednesday evening prayer service. , .WednesdayiVJKembers planning to at1 l eoO::ar.e,~ta-rneel at 10 o'clock at the Horfle.'or-'Mii: William STBradley, McCormick 'avenue," South -Conntlls- ville. They will eat -their lunch in the woods and will "sVuQy b'ifds and flowers. "~ Sauerltra-ut-SuppoV, The Ever CheerTuJ" Class- o£ the I First tTnit_ed_ . Fresbyterian-_ Church 1 will hold"fts"monthly meeting Tues-" ' day evening at the 'church. The meeting will be preceded by a sauer- k'raut supper to be .-served at B o'clock. Forward Class, to Meet. The Forward Class of the Greenwood Methodist Epibcopal Church G. I. A. to Meet. Merchant Division No 70, G. I. A. to the B. ol L. E., will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Elks Hdll. Charles H. Gleason Dies Suddenly As He Drives Aufo Mr. son, Mid Mrs D Danny, and ma, Point Marion, L. Sheaier and Wil- Charles H. Gleason, 56, postmaster' at Elliottsville since 1005 and a | pi eminent farmer and stoiekeeper there, died Satuiday evening of a heart attack while he was driving his automobile on the Furnace road near Elliottsville. The car struck a pile of cinders and overturned. A son o£ the late Patrick and Susan A. Gleason, he was born at El-, Whorton township. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Elliott Gleason, at home, and the following childien: Wessie Gleasorj, Uniontown; Norman, o' ElliottsviUe; daughter, Mi and Mrs. Hughey Smit i and daughter, Nancy i Hazel Miller, Uniontown; Edwaid Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lohr and and Earl, at home; three grandchildren and the following brothers and bisters: Mrs. Louise Sheets, Hop- daughter, Virginia, and sons, Carl and Robert, Jr., Dawson; Helen and Mildred Burkholder, Indian Head; V,m Truman, Farmington; Mrs. Judson Brynei, Kentuck; Mabic Romesburg, Connellsville; E. Colmn, West Virginia and Mis. Hazel Nicholson, Normalville. The honored guests were the recipients of many beautiful and useful gifts. Combs-Btmvell Weddins. The marriage ot Miss Blanche Combb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Combs of Upper Middletown, and Bernard Burwell, son of James Eur- well of Kcisterville, took place August 25, 1938. at Oakland, Md Mr. and Mrs. William A. Moss of Smock were the only attendants. O. R. C. to Meet. The regular meeting of Coke Reton Division No. 197, Ladies Auxiliary to the Older o£ Railway Conductors, will be held at T30 o'clock M C. A. uill meet Tuesday night at the home i Tuesday aftcinoon at the Y of Mrs. Harry Kooscr, South Sixth ' stieel. The time is, 7.30. The committee consists of Mis. Kooser, chan- man; Mis. Dora Kor.schak. Mrs. Anna Lunncn, Mrs. Una Morris and Mrs Errett ristlebaucr. Will Meet at Dtintar. The King's Daughters C.rcle o£ Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. E. B. Guic at Dunbar. wood; J. P. Gleason, former poor boaid commibbioner. of Elhottsville; Mis Ellen Van Sickle, Elliottsville; Mib. Mary Nicldes, Coolville, Ohio; Mib. Sarah Canoll, Uniontown; Grovei Glenon, Uniontown; FraiA Gloason, Chalk Hill; Mrs. Bertna Knox, Rothville, Pa., and Mrs. Besbie McCormick, West Fmdley. The funeral seivice will be held ;,t 9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning nt. the Elliottbville Catholic Church in charge of Rev. Father Heinnch of Pittsbuigh. Interment will be made in the church cemetery. "MEN LOVE *Y l GIRLS WITH If you are peppy and full of fun. men will Invite you to dances and parties. BUT if you aro crow, liitless and tfrftd, men won't be interested. Man don't like "quiet" ciriB When they go to parties they want girls ulong who Bro full of pep. So in case you need a cood general system tonic, remember for 3 generations one woman baa told another how to go "amiling thru" with Lydia K. rinkham'a Vegetable Compound. It hclpa build up more pnysical resistance and thua aida in giving you tnora pep Hnd leiwna djatrcra from fcmoio funo- uoaal disordcra. I/tiiid!nir Fiano - Will Sacrifice Small-Size For .Very small balance. Responsible party may take over for terms low as 51. weekly. Piano ts almost new and fully cuaranteed. After seeing II, we will tune and delHer to your tiomc Also "-Betsy Robs Spinet at attractive prJce. For appointment and Inror- matluu ft rite-F. A. NORTH PIAKO CO. Inc. 1533 Chestnut St. Phils. at cost and below cost 6 ft. Chicken Wire, 150 ft. S4.50 5 ft Chicken Wire. 150 ft. $4.00 4 ft. Chicken Win:, 150 ft. S3.25 3 ft. Chicken Wire, 150 £t. $2.75 2 ft. Chicken Wire. 150 ft. S3.25 1 ft. Chicken Wire, 150 ft. S1.50 4 ft. Pce-I'ce Wire. 150 ft. SC.50 3 ft. Pec-Pee Wire, 150 ft. S5.50 2 ft. Pee-Pce Wire, 150 ft. S4.00 18 inch P-P Wire, 150 ft. S3.25 1 ft. Pee-Pee Wire. 150 ft. S2.35 All ^ire galvanized after weaving. 3G in. Lawn Fence, Double Scroll, 100 ft. rolls Sll.OO 80 rod Heavy Barb Wire S3.20 80 rod Light Barb Wire S2.20 10 K. 4 ft. Farm Foncc S5.50 100 Ibs. galvanized Smooth Wire X 3 00 Fishing Reels, low as 50c \ Flahtag Poles low as -..$1.25 Fishing Lines low as - lOc Gut Fish Hook, card of 6 18c Fifth Neis 75c Bolt Cutters S3.00 and S5.00 Monkey Wrenclies SOc, 75c, SI \\oscott Wrenches 75c, SI, S1.25 Creiceut Wrenclies SOc, 75c, S1.25 Steclson ^Vrenchcs, 60c, 73c, Sl^o Socket Set Wrenches 75c to S6 Screwdrivers lOc to S3.Z5 Hatchets 90c to S2.23 Carpenter Hammers SOc - S1.75 Carpenter Wood Chisels 60c to S2.'^5 Corner Chisels ?1 to S3.30 Ship .\iifrr Hits SI.33 to 52.50 Next time you Have a shipment for Pittsburgh, try the electric way. Low rates, store door p i c k - u p and speedy delivery make the electric freight the most convenient and economical method of shipping. Phone your local West Penn Railways Office for complete information Brownsville Connellsville Greensburg" Irwr'n Where local office-, are maintained. Jeanneffe La t robe" Masontown Mr. Pleasant Scottdale Uniontown :; Youngwood Your Baby's First Shoes Made Into p A lasting memory--your baby's own shoes--not a replica, but the shoes themselves--preserved and finished in a beautiful metallic bronze finish. Mounted on a pair of ivory and gol3 finished book-ends. $ 2.95 F. BICYCLE CLUB $1.00 DTMn $1.00 Week The New "FLEETWINGS" have arrived! Models for girts boys $24.95 TO $42.50 Better Made - Better Looking than ever! They're unbeatable values! Better styled, better finished, better features--but the prices are the lowest ever! See these handsome new Fleetwings--get your boy or girl one on our Club Plan. Have Your Hoover Sweeper COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED $ 2.50 ECaily for Spring Cleaning FOB JUST Phone 890 and we'll send for your Hoover and give it a thorough going over. New belt, gasket, carbons, brushes, spring and casters will be added if. needed . . all for only $2.50. in our HOUSEWARE SALE Curtain Stretcher Sale Special Very simple to adjust. Has rust-proo£ pins and hardware. Opens to 5 ft. by S ft. B Beverage Glasses in Wire Rack Eight dainty decorated glasses in white garden fence rack with handle for carrying QQ and serving. In tulip, flower garden, ilexi- ftff can, fruit patterns. ** ·* *· See the New Spring Line of Gleaming ALLIED Electric WASHERS With More Ke Features -- but at the same low Prices 95 to $ 69- 95 $49.95 _ $59.95 MODEL 1 Special Value A new all white washer with safety wringer, family size tub, oiled for life motor See its other fine features. 3IODHI, 2 All V/hi'.e .... Compares with $74.00 national brand washers. Oversize bullet shaped anti- splash tub of white vitreous porcelain enamel. Automatic 1'imer .................. A giant size machine, with automatic timer -- a brand new feature! Shuts machine off a f t e r predetermined length of time. All white. ALL! ED is truly a Great Washer Value

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