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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE.TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. _::r:3DAY, 'MARCH 9, loss. G. C. Davidson Predicts Better Business at B. and P. W. Banquet Miss Margaret Ritenour Of Uniontown, State President, Speaks. Business has reached the bottom and Is on an upward trend, not rapidly but gradually. G. C. Davidson said in. discussing -Connellsville's retail business during a panel discussion of'"Js"Connellsville a Good Place in Which to Live?" a'highlight ol "our town's business" banquet given Tuesday'-night m the'"dining room of Trinity Lutheran Church by the Business and Professional Women's Club. "When industry moves throughout the country we'll move with"it," Mr. Davidson added." Replying to a solution for out-of-town buying, Mr. Davidson said it will never be stopped." He " advocated PROGRAM MARKS MEETING OF FRIENDSHIP CLASS The Knenclship Class or the United Bicthren Church met Tuesday eve- LKK WINTER DANCE: STUDIO I M u S i C d l C Te3 Is GlV6n I'UPII'O i* IIjlj GI · L Kr»VUh. t r~ i i i i i j /·· i By Mrs. M. M. Snyder Local pupils of the Lee Winter Studio will make their first public appearance in a dance revue, "Stepping Stars," lit 8:15 o'clock Monday evening, March 14, at the High School. Tickets have been on sale for several clays. The students will offer a varied program, employing two act*. The flnt act will depict a typical dancing class in kmder- gaiten. acrobatic, toe, tap and ballet. Lavish costumes and settings will be used in the second act. One scene will be n military dance m which flit cans arc used in place of fiuns, with a large Hit can in the back ground. Another scene will be an artist number with vari-coloicd ] artist smocks. The dance is to be ' perfoi mod before a large pallctte I and bi ushcs. The bifi scene ot the K. Huey in Kace street. Twenty- five members and friends were present. The president, Mrs. J. L. Thomas, led the devo-lonals. Scnp- signed for the act and will include all types of costumes which a doll might wear. Miss June Ring, who teaches the ConncUsvllle group, will April. It was decided to attend the revival servicos.-comrrcncing at the church next week, eveiy Tuesday in a body. The business meeting was closed with prayer by Rev. E. A. Schultz. An interesting program was presented as follows: Instrumental trio, piano, saxophone and clarinet, "Community Grand March," Mrs. I-.'arry Mitchell and Betty is that they bring payrolls and arc not a detriment to a community. An -honor guest, Miss Margaret Ritenour ol Uniontown, president of the Pennsylvania Federation ot Busin c s s and Professional Women's Clubs, paid compliment to the Connellsville club when she said "I know of no equal of the organization in Heaven," Mrs. Roger tilery and Mrs. Roger Huey: talks, Mrs. 'William Hoover and O. O. Ostorwlse. Lunch was served by the hostess. There will be no claw meeting in the Easier the State." Miss Ritenour spoke I April on account ol briefly of the wor'c ot the State B.! sen-ices at the church. P. W. j Daniel Duric,,vice-prcsidcnt of the JUNIOR REGION AUXILIARY West Penn Railways Company and president ol the Board of Trade, spoke on, "What Is the Condition of V T Our Town's Business--Sound or' 'CC25:uadV "What Products Docs the Town Have to" Sell to the Outside World?, 1 ' "What are the Best Ways, to Increase Opportunities For Work in Connell-svillc!" "Do We" Sell As Much Abroad As Wo Buy?" and "What Would Stimulate General Prosperity?" The speaker "cm- -phatically pronounced business sound and said-thai more industries are -needed for the town's prosperity. Mayor Ira D. _Younkin _spoke on -Connellsville's new sir port. The -story will be found on Page One. ~ W. E. Boyland, Baltimore Ohio - division trainmaster, discussed "How -Do the Bailroads Affect-Business in -Connellsville?" and "What · me the -Opportunities for Work in Conncc- rtion "With the Railroads?" Chiefly She said the B. O. payroll here .is ~z million dollars, paid to 600 em- ployes. ~ ; Walter T. Smith, manager -of the "Goodwin Company, discussed Con- n^ellsvillc's industries. · . r : Walter S. Stlmmel, editor of The CCouricr,"spokc on "Would the Pur~chasing Power ol the People ol Con- ^nellsville be Improved If We Bought iMore Locally or Outside?" Mr. Stim- ·"mel's answer was that in the long ^run the people of this community, or ^ahy community" ns a whole, loses rpurchasfrig" power to the extent that -it buys out of town. ~ -Peter R, Wcimer, governor of Pennsylvania Kiwanis, spoke on -"Real Estate." He said that the out- PLANS BOWLING PARTS A meeting of the Junior American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday night at the Legion Home. There Percy, good attendance. chairman, -was in Audrey charge. Flaps were made for a bake sale and for a bowling party Tuesday evening, March 15. The girls decided to send checks to the Veterans Hospital at Coatcsvllle and a donation to the Junior American . Legion Baseball League. -Mrs. Maigarct Smyth, .sponsor, met with the girls. STATE W. C. T. U. WORKER - ' TO SPEAK "AT 5f. P. CHURCH Miss Mae Macken, State WC. T. U. field representative, will speak Monday night, March 14, at the First Methodist Churgh;Jnstead_of the First "Baptist-^Cfiurcfi as-'prcyiously planned. __-;Irz_T^: ." .". 7-- ~~ -.:. . . ' M. E. JUNlOR-jflfQiR- 'I- _ . TO REHEARSE MARCH 17 The junior choir of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will rehearse at the usual hour Thursday, March 17, instead o£ Thursday ol this week. -standing change in housing is filled with nuts. due to their untiring efforts. It required considerable time to plan the program and other details. Places for seventy-four were laid at the beautifully appointed tables. The club colors, blue ond gold, predominated. Jonquils, sweet peas and other spring flowers, and blue nnd yellow tapers burning in crystal holders, formed the decorations. Favors were small crepe paper cups children participating will include Barbara and Sue Swancy, Carolyn Bryner, Gloria Nabors, Cookie Str'awn, Patricia Ann Balsley, Ellen Murphy, Adeline Rcnze, Albina LnPorte, Cynthia Marinch, Marilyn Weisiger, Shirley and Dorothy Mitchell, Virginia McClelland, Lorraine Dixon, Doris Jane Halfhill, Marilyn Scolnick, Marion Frazce, Marguerite and Bobby Dutbin, Dona Jean Haney, Doris Black, Donna Jane and Janet May, Betty Lou McCoy, Maryeno Folcy, Kitty Lou Young, Geraldine Robbins, Joan Ball, Mary Jane Boyd, Phyllis Ann Morse, Barbara Adrienne Brady, Mary Alice Beard, Betty May, Dolores Jean Wandcl, Gladys Collins, Wilajcan and Virginia Burkett, Mary Elaine Santine, Shirley Cropp, Irene Ficr- schnaller, Mary Pockstallcr, Grctta 'iper, Connie Frank, Harold Dull, Billy Dawson, Kay Martin, Betty KcfTer, Ruth Collinson, Mary Margaret Patrick, Buddy, Audrey and Lois Fricdel, Sammy DeMcrell, Anne Brady, Nancy FltzGerald, Edith Mae Dill, Lois Black, Huth nnd Ann Carson, Irene Gallagher, Sharley Henvlck and Martha Jean Guthric. TRIED AND TRUE CLASS MEETS AT GRAFT HOME The Tried and True Closs o£ the First United Brethren Church mei Tuesday evening at the home ol Sara ond Mildred Graft. The meeting opened with. Scripture reading by Dorothy Trump, followed by a hymn The teacher, Mrs. W. E. Lawson, offered prayer. A discussion of "What Docs Lent Mean to Me?" and a pledge by oil present to give n sacrificial ottering to the church school on Easter Sunday morning, followed The class will attend the rcviva service at the church Friday evening March 18, in a body. A hymn close the devotionals. " The class president, Miss Beatrice Bates, had charge of the business meeting, A social period followed The hostess served a delicious lunch The meeting closed with the forming of a friendship circle and a period o: prayer. The next meeting will be held April 12 at the church. A musicale ten wns given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. M. M. Snyder, president ol the Conncllsvllic Section of the Council of Jewish Women, t her home in Race street. The af- air was for members of the council this section and thirty women vcrc present, including guests from Pittsburgh, Scottdnle and Mount 'Icasant. The hours were from 2:30 o 4:30 o'clock. The j table was attractively arranged with a centerpiece of waxed water lilies and matching ivory tapers. Mrs. William Goldstone presided -it the table. Aides were Mrs. Louis Barren and Mrs. Julius Harris. The musical program was firrangcd by Mrs. Louh Shrallow. It was: Vocal solos, "Homing," "The S.lar" and "Slave Song," Mrs. Glodia tcwart. Violin solos, "Hungarian Dance" and "Meditation" from "Thais," Charles Robinson. Vocal solos, "Give a Man n Horse He Can Ride," "Shortnin" Bread" and "Or Man River," Williom Myers. Piano solos, "Aragone" and "Witches Dance," Mrs. Shcallow. Mrs. Shrallow was the accompanist for the soloists. modernization which indicates progress and a higher scale of livirg. Superintendent of Schools Bela B. Smith discussed "Are the Schools Adequate for Conncllsville's Present 'and Future?" His reply was that .they are lor the present but not lor the future. He said our buildings 'are not of the most modern type but ' lhat they hacv been adapted so that "they function fairly well. -- Miss Violet Husscy, public school "nurse, spoke on "Health," telling of 'the work that the civic clubs and Tothcr organizations arc doing along this line. -- D. K. Mcllvaine, chairman of the "City Recreation Commission, spoko" lot what is being done in the way of Trccreational centers and planned "social activitlcs^for the community. ~ Dr. Lou!s Sftallow stressed the ·Importance" of loyalty to ^Connclls- ·yille on the part of-Its residents. ~-- ;3udse Ross S. Matthews, sum- marian, waid that Connellsvillc is as 'good a place to Uvc in as any in I · -Pennsylvania. _He aded. that the j ·welfare of the people lies in their r "ability to live happily and .well.with jthcir neighbors. . '.'.":"- Mrs. John F. Buck, president of ihc club, presided. Mrs. John M. I young, vice-president, offered the Invocation. Mrs. Prince M, Stone, 5 past president, was toastmastcr and presented the guests, representing heads of industry, business concerns, civic clubs and other activities. Mrs. Ora Engleka, also a past president, conducted the panel discussion. ,, Prior to the forum Miss Elizabeth . Bower, soloist, sang "Sylvia," Olcy Speaks; "Because of You," - Mana Zucca, and "Michael's Flute," Rolfe. Miss Reba Pore was at the piano. " The banquet was in charge of the public relations committee," Mrs. Dorothy E. Griffln, chairman, Miss ISose A. Donegan, and Miss Louise J. Painter, assisted by - Miss Viola Paisley and Miss Olga Tomaska. The outstanding success of the affair is The menu, consisting .of roast chicken with all the trimmings, .was prepared and served by "the Ladles' Aid Society of the hostess church.' " In addition to listing the speakers and their subjects, the clever and original booklet programs contained a small map of Conncllsvillo, the population, climate, altitude and location of the city, leading manufacturing companies in the Connclls- ville area, number of stoics and em- ployes, means -of -transportation, school, recreation facilities, Connclls- ville State Hospital, number of doctors and-'dontists and progressive developments of Connellsville. ^'Accompanying Miss Ritenour were 3tfrs. Blanche DuQuin, president of the Unionlown Club, and Mrs. Edith Wyatt, secretary of the Fayette County Tuberculosis Association. W. B. A. RECEIVES NEWS OF TWO CONVENTIONS The Woman's Benefit Association held its regular meeting Tuesda; night ut Odd Fellows Hall. Mrs Bess Conner was In the choir. Plan: were made for a bingo party to be held in the near future. A Ictte was read from the supreme offlct in regard to the State convention to be held in Harrisburg May 28, also one about the supreme convention to be held m New York in 1930. Mrs. Gertrude Storey was installed financial secretary for her thirty second,consecutive year. Shampoos and Finger Wave now 35c-Phone 890 SERIES OF WEEK-END CARD. BINGO I'ARITES CONCLUDED The last of a scries of week-end card and bingo parties, sponsored by St. Stephen's Greek Catholic Church j at Lcfsenring, was held over the week-end. The crowd, one of the largest of the scries, was also entertained with n musical program which preceded the games. Miss Anna Belle Sankcy ol Lciscnring played several accordion selections and Betty and Catherine Mchallick, twins, of Scottdale, tapped danced and sang. Miss Anna Marie Alex- readings. Lunch was served by general committee of women from the church. Prizes wore won by the following' Five hundred--A. Adams, H. Pilsner nnd George Zubck; bingo--Mrs. Margaret Kinnock, Mrs. J. Derov, Mrs. Carrie Zubck, and Mrs. John Gabor. The door prize was won by Alex Scmber, while Frank Basmscr received a $10 cash prize. The series prize lor five hundred was won by A. E. Matuschak. J. L. PROUDFIT CLASS WILt, ELECT OFFICERS The J. L. Proudflt Class of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Hugh Lytlc, North Pittsburg street Officers for the coming year will be elected. The committee consists of Mrs. Lytle, Miss Margaret Lytle and Mrs. II. S. Mnrtz. Mrs. O. C. Harmon will be the devotional leader. E. M. S. Class to Meet. The E. M. S. Class of the First Methodist Protestant Church will meet Friday night at 7 o'clock at tho church. Six members of the class will be honored with handkci chief showers, the occasion marking their birthdays. SENIOR C. E. SOCIETY WILL MEET THURSDAY ~- A meeting of the Senior Christian Endeavor Society of the First Methodist Protestant Church will be held Thursday at 7:45 o'clock nt the church. The lunch committee consists of Mrs. H. E. Penn, Charles McMunus, Miss Loma Swallop and Mrs. Ernest HefTlcy. The Will Meet ToniBht. Wednesday Nile Club will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. J. D. Mortimer in Edna street. With Mrs. Sara Llston. Tho My-To Good Club will be entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Sara Llston of Poplar Grove. Local Man Licensed. A marriage license was issued in Pittsburgh to Louis Lcvine of East Crawford nvcnue and Anna Rosenstein of Pittsburgh. Coke Queen Lodge to Meet. Coke Queen Lodge, Ladles' Society to the B. of L. F. and E., will meet ' T " ursdny evening at 7:30 o'clock at tl.e Y. M .C. A. Will Meet Friday. 'The Priscilla Sewing Circle will be entertained Friday night by Mrs. Jesse Barnes at her home at Poplar Grove. Will Entertain Club. The D. L. F. Club will meet Friday cvcniriK at the home of Mrs. William R. Soisson in South Cottage avenue. With Mrs. Sara Llston. Mrs. Sara Liston will entertain the My-Te Good Club Thursday evening at her home at Poplar Grove. ARE YOU | WORRIED.-.-. J ·bout eai Iniulminlt --ot olh«T s| dtbls 7 Biln^ yout picfclems Jo - -J? "Persona/". . lh* i«tl is »lmpl». J R»Haoiice -- cul BIG paytn«nH St~ dowa. No ·ador*«iB Quiet -Loam np to $3CO · Pihrai* PERSONAL FINANCE CO. 376 Olficri Ktath Ytar in ConncUrvllle. O\er McCro'£ W. Crawford Avrnot. Phone M. Like the Phoenix, that fabulous bird of yore which when burned to death arose from its ashes bedecked w i t h bright, new plumage, so-the emerges from the dust of a titanic liquidation sale. Every department resplendent with the newest fashions of spring and as always, ready to cater to your needs. At your leisure you might drop fay to inspect the new things . . . they're mighty pleasing. 104 W. Crawford Ave. Tke Owls point the way to Wise Happy Savings SPRING SUITS such Grand tCJ QK *?#*«* ,Pa. Values at Slim fitting mannishly tailored suits In navy, brown, grey or plaid jacket with plain skirt and vice versa. 2 PC. Flannel Spring Suits- In gold, powder and ihrimp. Misses' sizes. Fleece Toppers . .$3.98 Gold, aqua, shrimp, powder. 12 to 20 sizes. S P R I N G C O A T S .95 All High Fashions and ONLY Casual and sport models that every- ono is so fond of. Fleeces, tweeds and plaids. In those glorious colors you like. Misses' and women's sizes. umsfrw 59 TScSIZE '«* -- TO§H PASTE £»' 'cSIfe B i g P h o t o g r a p h Special Minoture 3x4 in. Photos - FOR ONLY Glossy finish photos, unmounted, ready to frame. No appointment is necessary--Photo Studio open from 10 A. M. to 4 P. JM. SPECIAL FOR THURS., FRI., SAT. ONLY! Spring F Dresses Prints, navy, (PO QG high shades tpO.i/O Sl.OO to $4.95 Lace Curtains Now 75c to $3.71. Pairs and panels. Includes entire JL OFF stock 4 Men's Vardon Shorts Elastic sides; full cut. Shirts also ot 25c. Savings on Nevr Dresses Leading shades nnd Spring (ge styles «P«J 82.39 Scatter Rugs 27x45 all wool rugs. Choice ol (PI CV7 colors »pA.»/« Men's Sl.iO Shirts "Sutton" tailored. White :md ^i on fancies JJ..UU ?i.r.n to Blouses Crepe, challic, tafTcta. Hurry! _ 38-In. "Topmost" Cotton Prints In gay new Spring patterns. Fast color, yd. Girls' Dresses and Raincoats Polka dot rain coats; print dresses. J_ OFF 7 to H yrs 2 S1.9S Ollsilk Umbrellas 16 ribs. Gay coloi- .Bates Knyon Bedspreads and darks . - . $1.68 84x105 size. Green, gold, orchid. S p e c i a l tor Thursday! .$2.77 Girls' Rayon Undies Panties, Vests, -J n Bloomers. Save J-1 C Women's Colton Dresses Fresh Springtime prints of fine count fi*"J A A i.ibrics - tpJ-.UV 69c Roa Hing Crepe 39-in. In light Spring shades and brown. A tj Save 12c the yd. * * C Little Boys' 81.00 Jersey Suits Two piece; striped top. 89c (iflc nnd 7!)e Hose l-thread perfect quality chiflons. Oaik shades . Linen Crash Toweling Save Thursday! Colored borders. Yd. Jfon! Clothes Hampers Scat or upright. Ivory, srcen ' orchid r»rc Si Hose Women's sramless hose ·£ flattering sheerness. coloi, $1.08 Spring Handbags Shine in fashion with a patent or smooth leather bag. flj-J r n Thursday _.. «Pl.e/J Sl.OO Clothes Baskets 31 in. sturdy splint baskets. End handles _ . Women's $1.00 Gloves Suede fabric in blown, lack, fiieon. Save r A ~ ·iGc Now! _ _ «'*'-· To lOc Women's ' Cotton H'dkfs Prints and white cokr- appliquc - .6 f Coffee or Sugar Cans White, red and green with decalc trim _________ Women's 5()c Gowns Of cotton crinkle crepe. Light shades. /1_Qf» 1C to 20 size .- *«/'·' $1.10 Admiration Sham poo and Hair Tonic 59o Troutman'a Cod Liver Oil 5i)c Boxed Stationery Box of 24 sheets and 24 envelopes 39c !na Undies Choice of well tailoied rayon Panties and Vests. Ovcrlockcd Q for (PI seams . . * «I )J - $73.00 Arift Radio 8 tubi; console wall electric tuning ... _ $59,95 .19c Women's Neckwear Lace and pique collars, v.inous styles - . A March Opportunity! 40%, 50%, 60% SAVINGS ON To some women this may seem almost the end of the Fur Season. Yet Uie wise woman will buy her Fur Coat now because there are still many days to w/ar it, and the saving is so great now. But what should confront you most is this -- RAW SKIN PRICES ARE AGAIN RISING -- and everything points fo their continual rise. We want to help you beat the rise iu fur prices, which must take plnce next Fall. Expert Furrier Hore! Tliur*., Fri., Sat.! liOX'T JIlss this chance to buy a Fur Cont nt this "Low Ycnr'-i" Lowost Trices! 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