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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONMiOiSViLL.!!,, FA. TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1038. Mozart Club Elects Mrs. D. E. Nute Delegate to Annual State Conference At its meeting Monday night at its club rooms in North Pittsburg street, the "orait Music Club elected Mrs Daun E Nute. president, a delegate to a conference of the Pennsylvania Federated Music Clubs which convenes Wednesday, April 20, at Her' si ey. Miss Pearl Keck will be the -alternate. Edward McGlll will be sponsored by the club as a participant In the contest Each member of the club is requested to earn $2 or more by the next meeting. The -money will be added to the talent fund for sending the contestant and delegate to Hcrshcy, A committee comprising Mrs. Warren Decker, Mrs. Paul O. Malone, Miss Yolanda J. ^Fasola, Miss Mary Frances Wood and Mrs. Abe Chinn, will make arrangements for National Music Week. It was decided to hold an exchange program" with Uniontown Music Club Monday, April 4. This meeting 'will be guest night and each member Is asked to Trmg two guests Mrs. John F. Dubson led the program which was a costume recital The following program was pie- sented- Vocal solo, "Japanese Love Song," Thomas, Mrs Decker, dressed as a Japanese maiden, with Miss Virginia w Graham playing the I piano accom- "pamment Piano solo, "La Cathedrale Englou- tic," Debussy, Miss Martha G Driscoll, wearing the garb of a nun Vocal duet, "Mother Machree," Mrs. J. Wilbert Collins and Mrs. Samuel K Huey, dressed as Irish twins, withJMiss Jean Hoover at the piano. Vocal s'olo, "La Gcrometto," Slbella and "Mattehata," Leoncavallo, Miss Yolanda-- Fascia, dressed as a signormaj- with Miss Keek playing the piano accompaniment Piano solo, "Minuet," Padercwski, M.ss Hoover who appeared m an old-fashioned skir'. dress--with a hoop D. D. D. Club Marks Birthday With Banquet Honoring the D. T3 D. 'Club, hus- innds and friends gatheied Saturday night at Snader's Farm, near McCoy's Spring, to attend the thirteenth innual banquet of the club Seated it a large table, members and guests enjoyed a delicious chicken repast, 'laces were laid for sixty. The at- ractively appointed table was cen- ered with snapdragons, while at cither end were yellow tapers in crystal holders. The dinner was irepared and served by club mem- crs. The D. D. D. Club was organized hirtcen years ago, February 26, 1925. It has fourteen members. Charter members are. Mrs. James Soisson, Mrs. Kelley Corvin, Mrs. Willard Pierce and Mrs. Fred Soisson. One member, Mrs. Bessie Hale Martin, was removed by death After the bounteous repast, square dancing was enjoyed, music being furnished by "Jap" Pierce and hi: gang. Tap dancing by Willard Pierce and singing by Richard Rich- :er, were also enjoyed. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemmon of Mounl Pleasant and Miss Edith Cran of Uniontown. UNIONTOWN COUPLE MARKIED BY REV. M. L. CADWELL Mr. and Mrs .C. M. Messmorc ol Uniontov, n announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Virginia Booth Mossmoro, to Dale McClelland, son of Mr. and Mrs Walter McClelland of Lenox street The ceremony took place* Tuesday evening, March 1, at the parsonage of the local Firsi Christian Church in East Washington avenue with the pastor, Rev. Merril Vocal solo, "Hop Li tho RiAshaw- man,"-Manmngs, one of the thumbnail sketches, Mrs. Decker, attired as · rickshawman. - - - - LunchJ with appointments in kcep- ' teg-wito tho St. Patrick's Dav season, was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Paul O. Malonc, Mrs Paul Munsey and Mrs Frank Kotler. ~ * The next meeting will be March 15 with a program of piano ensemble music. Class of 1928 Will. Meet Thursday Night Members of the Class of 1928 of the High School will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock at DeMulh's flower store, East Crawford avenue, to fonr additional plans for the first annua' reunion to be held June 25 at tho Pleasant Valley Country Club. A large aUendancc.Jsrdcslrcdr HELEN FAZENBAkER MARRIES RAYMOND DAILEY OF DUNBAR The -parsonage of St. Aloysius Catholic Church at Dunbar was the scene Tuesday evening, March 1, of the marnagc of Miss Helen Fazen- bakcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Fazcnbaker of 405 Baldwin avenue, Connellsville, and Raymonc Dalley of Dunbar. The bride wore an attractive ensemble of rust crepe with harmonizing accessories Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dailey o: Clairton. brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were the only attendants. Mr Dailey is employed by the Interstate Amelsite Company at Dunbar. " For the present Mr nnd Mrs Dailey will reside with the bride's parents. FIREMEN'S AUXILIARY GIVES BENEFIT PARTY A large crowd attended a benefl card and bingo party given Monday night by the Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connellsville Fire Company Prizes were won by the following Five hundred--high, Mrs, Anna D ^ second, Miss Anne Trevifl, third-Miss Catherine Dye, bingo--high Mrs L L- Blair; second, Mrs Louderback; third, Mrs. John Collins special - bingo--high, Mrs. Mary Trump; second, Mrs. Louderback door, Miss Catherine Dye. The benefit was held at the firemen's rooms and after the games a- dainty lunch was served. The regular meeting of the auxiliary will be held tonight at 7 30 o'clock at the firemen's rooms P. H. C. Gives Party. The Protected Home Circle held a successful card and bingo party Saturday night at P. H. C. Hall. Prizes were won by the following: Five hundred--high, Mrs J. C. Smith second, William Hobaugh; third Walter Shaw; bingo--high, Mrs Watson: second, Julia Retoskcy thin 1 . Mrs. Smiley; special bingo-high, Mrs Claia Ranker, second William Hobaugh, third, Mrs. Blair, door, Miss Stella Reagan Lunch was served at the close o£ the games Daughters ot Ruth to Meet. The Daughters of Ruth Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet tonight at the h.ome_ot_.M)rs. Fred Allen at Poplar Gro\c. M O D E R N W O M E N lMiHintUypjla nndddiy diuto · co!di.oclTOu» iu»m,«iix»ui« or«imil»j ·num. Chl-cho-UnDtamooiii'nuxlFills an effective. SoVlby tCHICHESTERSiPittSiJi Cad well, officiating Miss Betty Daugherty BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WHHTEN FOB CENTRAL PKESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on AnthottUctf* A PHYSICS AXIOM IT IS AN axiom of physics that two things cannot occupy the same 'space at the same time. That la the principle on which squeeze plays work. If it ii a player's turn to discord on a certain trick, ho is out of luck In cajo ho needs one of Us cards to guard against one of the aamo suit held by the ,enemy, and In addition needs tv.o ior more others to protect the bot- |tom card of a rival combination Either discard will wreck him. 4 A . 8 6 5 3 -- . V A Q t + A J V j 10 a 2 · Q 9 t 2 4Q J 108 A J 1 0 7 4 2 r - - » K 6 4 J + K 8 5 10 7 6 3 (Dealer: North. Neither side vulnerable.) On this deal the bidding was (opened by North with 1-Spadc. '.South jumped to 2-No Trumps, North to 4-No Trumps and South 'to 6-No Trumps West started tho defense- by Beading the club Q, which was won with the K. The spades K and Q were now cashed, and It was evident to declarer that ho could not (hope to set up that suit. He therefore decided to try to pick up an extra trick in the diamond suit, so Immediately tried tho diamond J finesse. When this worked, he laid down the diamond A. From West's discards it was apparent that he was trying to protect hearts, so the declarer,decided to squeeze one more card out of that hand by playing a low opadc and allowing East to win it. East returned another diamond, which South won with the K. A heart \\as now led to the IQ and the spade A cashed. Next came the club 4 to the A. To the ele\cntli trick, a heart wan led to tho A^ and as West had held hearts, tho club 6 was set up. .That trick, followed by the heart K, made the contract. - * - · · Tomorrow's Problem A A K 9 7 . »10 6 5 3 I 4 10 « 5 $ + a + 9 7 E 4 J Alliance Tabernacle Revival Closes; Prayer Meeting This Evening Revival services *\vhich weic held j at the Alliance Gospel Tabernacle at I 108 Porter avenue February 21 to March 6 closed Sunday night with (frent results; it was reported by Rev. Wylie E Smith, pastoi. "Many sought the Lord and weic saved and many were marked healing," he said The evangelist, Mabel E Moore, who conducted the bcrv- ices for two weeks, left for Balli- moi e, Md , for .1 rest after a four weeks campaign at Uniontown and Connellsville She will return later to conduct special services at Scottdale There will be a prayer meeting at the home of Joseph Schemer at 815 North Jefferson street tonight at 7.30 o'clock. 62 « A K 10 7 4 3 + K Q (Dea'er: South. North-South vulnerable ) What Is the correct bidding on this deal' Luncheon Features Outlook Club Meeting; Miss Ida Wolfe Is Elected New President bride's only attendant and Robcrl Fike scnred as the bridegroom's DCS' inn _ The bnde ^vore a 'green and rust ensemble and a corsage of of talisman roses Miss Daugherty chose a dubonnct gown and black accessor- :s Mrs, McClelland v%as graduated from the Uniontown High School and is a clerk at the Wright-Metzler store at Uniontown. _ Mi-. McClelland, Is a graduate of the Uniontown Senior High School and attended Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va. He is employed by the Fike Dairy Company at Uniontown, where the couple will reside in an apartment in West Fayettc street. A 1 o'clock luncheon of attractive appolrtments featured the regular meeting of the Outlook Club at which Mrs William H Hetrick was hostess Mond»y afternoon at her home m East Patterson avenue Spring flowers centered the table. The topic for the afternoon was "Household Exchange " Recipes and samples contributed by the members provided an interesting, as well as a delightful and novel luncheon Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows President, Miss Ida Wolfe, vice-president, Mrs Charles D Bailey, secrctary-treas- was the urer, Mrs C Roy Hetzel The next meeting will be held Monday afternoon, March 21, at the j home of Mrs. Bailey in East Green street DANCE FOLLOWS MEETING OF FRIENDSHIP TEMPLE Friendship Temple No. 25, Pythian Sisters, met Monday night at Elks HalL There was a good attendance. Mrs. Emma Welsh and Mrs Edna Blascy were reported on the sick list Three members of Jcannettc Temple were present. Mrs. Neva Scott, Belmont, was appointed Friendship Temple deputy. Plans were made for a card and bingo party to be held in the near future.,. _Mrs. ,O. A. Travis was present for the first time since undergoing an operation at the Uniontown Hospital some, wqcks ago. It was announced that Mrs C. L Burkey, a member, suffered a stroke. After the meeting a well attended dance was held. C. D. OF A. CHANGES PLACE OF MEETING The regular business meeting of Court Annunclata, Catholic Daughters of Amcrica,.win be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the office of J. J Brady, 408 First National Bank Building. Members aie asked to note the change in place. GRADALE EXECUTIVES TO MEET WEDNESDAY A meeting of the executive committee of the Gradate Sorority will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A. ' D. of A. Will Meet. Magic Sister Council, Daughters of America, will meet Thursday night at-T 30-o'clock in Odd Fellows Temple. Plans will be completed for a covered-dish supper to be held this month. A district meeting will be held in April at Vanderbllt Licensed to Wed. Albert C. Sidchamcr of Mount Pleasant and Margaret A. Secosky of Calumet and James Q. Warrlngton of Smithton and Edna Brown of Van Meter were licensed to Grcensburg. marry at Dames of Malta to Meet. Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta will meet Friday night at Odd Fellows Hal] ARE YOU j WORRIED .::; about g«r Iniutmtnii---or ofli*i_ ( d«b!2 Bttaij your ptobltnx 1° "Ptaaaal". ih« ml U ilmpl* I K«Lnanc« -- cul BIG paymtnli ' down No ·ndontti Itqulied. * Quick-Uiiuupiofcw,Fiiva:« '. PERSONAL FINANCE CO. t 379 Ofllc,! \ Mnth Ye»r In ConnclUvUlc. Over MeCTo) i ; « Crawford A \ r n u e ' Pbonr 3i PHYLLIS SHAFFER HEAD OF LAUREL HILL C. E. The Christian Endeivor Society of Laurel Hill was reorganized Sunday night with Robert Rcnnie, president of the Uniontown branch in charge. Officers for the year were elected as follows: President, Phyllis Shailcr; vice-president, Lester Junk, secretary, Frances Shaffer, treasurer, Ralph Dunn Dorothy Lowe and Janet Junk were appointed chairmen of publicity and prayer-meeting committees. Miss Elsie Smith was chosen the new sponsor. The executive, publicity and praj- er committees and Miss Smith u l H meet Friday evening at the home of the president to discuss and plnn worn for the new year. MISS LOIS KEFFER IS HOSTESS TO D. B. CLUB Miss Lois Kcfter entertained the D B. Club Monday night at her home m Hias avenue. Contract bridge was the diversion, three Uiblcs of players participitlng in the games. High club prize was won by Miss Marian Conner, galloping, b Miss Helen Trcn- bcrth and draw, by Mrs Earl Graham The guest prize was received by Mrs James Lcwcllen. The hostess served a dainty lunch. Appointments were symbolic of Saint Patrick's Day and appropriate favors were given Miss Marian Conner will entertain the club Monday evening, March 21, at her home In South Cottage avenue MISS VIRGINIA GROAII WILL ENTERTAIN E. L C E. The regualr meeting of the E L. C. E of the South Connellsville Evangelical Church will be held tonight at the home of Miss Virginia Groah All members are asked to be present and to wear something green In keeping with St. Patrcik's Day. Miss Mary Harr will have charge of the devotlonals and a spelling bee will be given under the direction of Miss Florence Pierce. NEW MEMBERS INITIATED INTO LEGION AUXILIARV Two new members were initiated at the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, held Monday night at the Legion Home. The officers conducted the Initiation Mrs Madclyn Reed, president, was in charge of the business session A social hour was enjoyed Lunch was served G. I. A. to Meet Wednesday. A meeting of Merchant Division, G. I. A. to the B of L E , will be held Wednesday afternoon at Elks Hall The meeting will begin promptly at 2 o'clock. In the absence of the president, Mrs. E. W. Heavner, Mrs. Delilah Soliday will have charge C. T. STEWART, WEST PENN EMPLOYE. MARKS BIRTHDAY Clyde T. Stewart, well-known resident of South Connellsville, was pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when about thirty-eight guests, including fellow employes of the !bt Penn Power Company, and o few other friends, assembled at his home in Hyndman street to assist In celebrating the forty-first anniversary of his birth The pirty was cleverly arranged by Mrs Stewart Bingo was the main diversion of the evening, prizes going to Mrs William Hall, Mrs Ira Eicher, Mrs. Arthur Wird and Mrs Ralph Blga-n Later in the evening Mrs Stcuart served n dainty lunch, assisted by Mrs Louis J Cole and Mrs. Eimcr Wolfe Mrj, Cole honor guest with a cake iced in white presented the* large birthday and dccoratec with "Happy Birthday" in green and smill pink rosebuds. He was also the recipient of a number ol other gifts Mr. Stewart is a West Penn lineman Out-of-town guests were from Ohiopyle, Armbrust and Smithton. Kay Francis to Wed Roosevelt Council, Republican Women, To Meei Thursday The Theodore Roosevelt Council of Republican Women will meet at the home of Mrs. J. French Kcrr in East Fair\ lew avenue at 7 30 o'clock Thursday c\enmg All members md any others interested are urged to attend Daughter in Jones Home. Mr. and Mrs Howard L. Jones ot Star Junction announce the birth of a daughter, born Friday morning at 4 35 o'clock at their home. The new arrival, named Sandra Lee, is the second child and first girl in the family. Mrs Jones will be remembered as Miss Elizabeth Thompson of Star Junction. Opening Announcement The Beautj Box, under the management of Etta Weaver, will open next week at 124 S Pittsburg St. LoreUa Rice, operator, will be glad to take care of all former patrons. Watch for opening date ind specials --Advertisement--8mar-ltx. Aline Tests at 'Mount Pleasant. Ihe Bituminous Miners Examining Board will be at Mount Pleasant March 11 to conduct examinations for miners of that district it was Announced today. To Speak at Jeanncttc. Rabbi Irving M Waldcn of Con- nellsMllc will be the guest speaker tonight at the meeting of Jeannette Section of Jewish Juniors at Jcan- nettc Community Center. PIANO RECITAL IS GIVEN AT FIRST U. B. CHURCH The piano students of Mrs Sara Listen gave a recital Monday evening at the First United Brethren Church for their parents and friends. The following program was presented Organ nnd piano, "Nearer My God to Thee' .md "Largo," Mrs. Listen nnd Alberta Llston. piano o!ob. "Dime of the Dutch Doll ' and Mirch of the Little S igrs ' M.irjone Morgin, "LKtlc Fairy Mirch," The Slrect Band" and "The Soldiers' March." Billy McN.imora:-"Morning Prayer' and vocal solo, "Sympathy," Mary Elizabeth Rice, \ocal solo, "Home On the RanKe," David Listen; piano solos, "March Miniature," "Sing Robin Sing' nnd ' LcL'i Go Sailing," Lois Morgan, "The Wedding of the Painted Doll" .md "Meditation," Edith Mary Hart, ' Falling Water,' nnd "Hunginan Folk Melody," Lois Jean Huey, "Llebc- straum," "Minuet In G" and "June Caprice " Reba Jane Lyons. B B. B. Clnb lo Meet The B. B B Club will meet Wednesday night at the home of Mrs Kenneth Meyers in Atlas avenue Mrs Russell Pierce will be the hostess Use Our Classified Ads. They bring rcsulls. Cost is small. lyl** ClMA . ."when you can turn tbo month* ot waiting Into tmao and comfort Avoid unnecessary pain and after ro^reta 07 preparing your body now for that dear baby · coming. A man- «aeo medium and alclni lubricant, cAl!cdMotn-| cr*s Friend, helps tor xcllcio and prevent , ekln tightness . abdominal tissue breaks ...dry itkln ..caked brentA. .after dc- Jlvery wrinkles. Mother aPrlcnd refreshes nnd tones tho skin, tissues and muscles. It makca thtm supple, pliant and elastic-. It U scientific In composition--composed cf capeclal oils and highly beneficial in- credlentft--«£f«rn«Kp applied --pure and j»fe QulcUy absorbed Delightful to u*e. Highly praised by users, many doctors andnuraes Time-tested forever 60 years. Mlllloni of bottle* sold. Try It tonight. Just asfcany druggist for Mother B Friend. SAVE MONEY ON DRY CLEANING Men's Suits and Topcoats 49c Ladies' Dresses and Coats (plain) .'(OS So. Pittslnujrli Street Ojip. Cnrncgie Library B. i O. Vets to Mcel The March meeting of the Baltimore Ohio Vcterins Association will be held this evening at 730 o'clock, at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. Kny Fntncis Baron Barnekow One of tho highest-paid actresses in Hollywood, Kay Francis, bru- nct star, plans to marry a fifth tune. Her fiance is Raven Erik Baraekow, a German baron, who is hi the airplane business In California. No date has been set for the \veddlng, but is expected to be "sometime within tho next few months " Miss Francis has made more than $200,000 a year. Licensed to Marry. William Oscar Boger and Dorothy Griffith Allen, both of Uniontown and John Dubroka and Emma Esther Bodnar, both of Masontown, were licensed to wed at Cumberland. Dumbauld Refuses Younkin's Appeal From Damage Suit UNIONJTOWN Mar B --Ovcrrul- i r j a motion for a new trial in the damage suit brought by Anna F. Evans, widow of John Louis Evans, former Mayor of Connellsvlllc. against Mayoi Ira D. Younkm of Connellsville, an Older signed by Judge H S Dumbauld directed that judgment be entered against the defendant A jury awaided Mis Evano $2,000 as a result of an accident in Younkin's warehouse that purportedly caused th" death of the plaintiff's husband The opinion said "from all the evidence the jury could properly flnd that the trap door in question was across i passageway in the place of business of the defendant \vhich passageway was used by employes and customers in going from the ofTlco or main warercom to the cooler and that leaving the tiap door open and thereby making a hole or drop in the passageway unguarded was an jc*. of negligence " LEE WINTER DANCE STUDIO Present* Their First Juvenile Bevue 'STEPPING (70 Connollsvillc 6tarj} BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES! 6 BEAUTIFUL SCENES! HIGH SCHOOL AUDIIOEIUX Monday, March 14 Curtain 8:15 P. M. Admission 40c. Children I5c Information for* New Students, Call Mrs. Nell Wcislger, Phone 549. WEDNESDAY NIGHT 8:15 P. M. FREE ADMISSION!: ATLANTIC CITY STYXE BIXGO BlUOTITUl ATTENDANCE PRIZE! (irnnd PriVe Certificato to Ever} Person Bingolng. This is M Scotiy Tapp jaeftdaenafVcube at a remarkable Saving Until March 15th Regular price Special Factory Old Store Allowance Convenient Terms fommprclitl and Domestic Home Supplies and Beer Equipment. COXXELLSVILLK UXIOXTOAVN 107 S. Plttiburg SI. 3!) *o. Gnllatln Ai. Pboue 1212. Phone 45.

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