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L'AGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEI^LSVILLiE, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 103S. Alex Herspold, Perry Township Man, to Wed Announcement is made coming marriage Â·Â»Â£ Miss oÂ£ the Evelyn Beatrice Lanowitz, daughter oÂ£ the late Mr.'and Mrs. Samuel. Gregory Lanowitz of New York and Baltimore," and Alex Herspold of, Perry- opolls. The wedding will take place Saturday, April 8, at. Holy :Trlnity Church, "Baltimore." MrrHerspoItfcis attached to the United States Army. HE and his bride will Jrcsldc in Druid J Ull,- Baltimore," until" the. expiration of his enlistment, alter which they will leave in*-August _ for a short hone moon" trip to "Niagara Falls. Later in the season they plan! to visit friends at Perryopolis. _ ~ 1 Tho "bndc-olect~made~hcr debut at the Bachelors Cotillion,.Baltimore, in 1937.-- - " - Lone Coed GBADALKS WILL HAVE BIBLE STUDY LESSON The Grn'dalc Sorority will hold a Bible study this evening at 7 45 o'clock at the Baltimore Ohio Y. M C A. Ross S. Mctcalf will teach the lesson KATHLEEN HOOVER-HE ADS V. B. OTTERBEIN GUILD Election of officers for the ensuing year Wok place at a mealing of the OtterbeuuGulld of the.Eirst United BrethrenuChurch, held Monday e\c- nmg at-lhe home of Mr--and Mrs. O. O. Osfcrwise in East'Gicen street. The resuHTwas: President, Miss Kathleen "Hoover; vice-president, Miss Olive Cox, secretary, Miss Jean Osterwise, treasurer, Miss Dorothy Hoover; secretary of literature, Miss Delia Mae Barnes, secretary of thank-ottering, Miss Frances Leich- literT secretary of stewardship, Miss Catherine Zimmerman; collectors, Dorothy Oster\\ise, Miss Dorothy Kern and Miss Marie Hawkins. The organization contributed $59 to"the branch association. The program was in charge ol Miss Marie Hawkins Music was played softly by Miss Catherine Zimmerman _as*_ a sacrificial offering was taken/-; Jean Biscl presented an interesting missionary lesson. ' After the business meeting lunch was served by Misses Dorothy and Jean Osterwise, Mrs Roger Hucy and Mrs. Hoger Utery. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON CLUB HAS DF.LIGHTFUL MEETING Mrs. Martin King delightfully entertained the --Wednesday Afternon Sewing Club Wednesday afternoon_at h"r home in South Arch street. Five B 11. M. Club -Meets. Â·The B B M Club met Tuesday evening .it 021 Snyder blrcct A bingo paity followed. Pnzeb were won by the following. High. Mis. J Tiump, second, Miss jEilcen Tiump, thud, Mrs. Gust; special-Mis Weimei, Mis Tobcr, MiN. Mc- Luuglilin, Mrs LLO AIcGonn, Mrs M. McGann, Miss Alice Keffer imd Miss Eileen Tiump, door. Mis. Peter Ranker. si I Small, blond, and pretty, Miss Ruth Schlosinger is tile only coed in the University of Pittsburgh's School of Dentistry first-year cjass Interested in preventive dentistry, Miss Schles- Ingcr hopes to work with children In an effort to build healthy teeth and gums. MISSIONARY CIRCLE ELECTS MRS. S. T. BENFORD HEAD Missionary Circle No. 3 of the First Methodist Protestant Chruch met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Howard Smith South Ninth street Mrs. S. U. Morris led the devotional* and Mrs. S T. Bcnford, chairman, was leader of the question box Officers were elected for the corning 5 car as follows: Chairman,_Mrs S. T. Benfoid, assistant chairman,,Mrs, E B Small; secretary-treasurer, Mrs William F. Brooks; birthday chanman, Mrs Walter T. Smith, and thank-offering rcqulrcd lo nle lncomc chairman, Mrs Howard Smith. wh,iÂ« ,, H.-,,,,II, ,.,,,, K S. C. Class to Meet. The Stella Cunningham Class of the Fust Methodist Protestant Church will meet J'riday night at the home of Miss.es Olive and Ethel Anderson, corner of South Pittsburg and Painter streets, South Connellsville Birthdays of three Â·members will be observed. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "Tho Authority on Authorities" Edgar Luckey Goes ToNewYorkjWilh Pennsylvania "Y, Edgar Luckey, ion of Mis. Mofy JUDGE DAWSON TO BE EVANGELICAL SPEAKER TONIGHT Uniontown Couple Married. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glover 1 ! of Uniontown announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Zelma Glover, to Clde A. O'Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred O'Neal ol Downer avenue, Uniontown. The ceremony took place March 8 at Oakland, Md., with Rev. C A. Shilke officiating. Annual Dollar Meeting. The E. B. Martin Class of the First Baptist Church will hold its annual dollar meeting tonight at the home of Mrs. J G. Wilson, 313 South Eighth street, Greenwood Friendship Club Friday. The Friendship Club will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. L B. Gangawere at Dunbar. Revenue Department Criticized tor Not Having Deputy Here Lunch" was served by the hostess, assisted by her sister, Mrs. G. E. Hart of Poplar Grove. "~ MT. PLEASANT MAN . "IS WED AT BROWNSVILLE ,- Mtss_Wilma Drug-i, daughter of i icmbers and two guests were pres-| A tj.- an( nars. George Druga of Wash- ont. Fancywork was the diversion,jjngton. and Henry Mullen, son of after which a beautifully ar r ="ged . . - - . . dinner v as served. Appointments Much criticism has been heard m tho Connellsville district of the Internal Revenue Department for not having a deputy nt the Postoftlce here during the last week of the time rcturns. While a deputy was here one week were sjmbolic of Saint Patrick's Day. Tulips centered the table, while at either end were green tapers in crystal holders. Favors were dainty little 31 ecu baskets filled with green last month and also list v.eck, it is contended that the deputy should have been assigned to the Connellsville ofilce for the seven-day period prior to March 15, the last date to file rcturns. Many persons \v ere unable to meet the deputy while he was in the city ,,,,, . __,, ., , ._.. _. and they are now being compelled Mr and Mrs. Michael Mullen of I to go to Uniontown or Pittsburgh to Mount , Pleasant, were married Wednesday morning at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Brownsville. Rev. John Kaezwarek .officiated. Miss Mary Cedrlc of Brownsville -._ ,, ,, .was maid of honoi and Joseph Muland white gum drops and decorated i cn brother of the bridegroom, was w ith shimrocks OC st man. Wednesday being the birthday of The bridegroom has been a desk Mi- J H Bittncr, a member, she' c lerk at the Monongahela Hotel, WES !-;^:nted by Mis G. N Wood Brownsville, since his graduation w i t n i;b i uti/nl hand crocheted radio f, o m the Mount Pleasant High i c v i i - VK .hib gave her a box ol school. The bride is emplocd at di.rt}_l'!'nukttchiefs the same hotel. Mi W S Kurt/ wll entertain the j club Wi.Jnci.d-v nfteinoon, March 1C, BIRTHDAY DINNER IS GIVEN* ,.t hci home in East Cedar avenue. CIVIO CIIOKA1. SOCIETY 11A.S MEEKLY REHEARSAL The regular ichcarsal of the Civic Chora! Society was held Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs W H Dean in Sycamore street. The Â·.uuety is ichearsing for a spilng COIKOII I'heie will be another practice on Wednesday night with the men rehearsing at 8'30 o'clock and the regular chorus at 9.30 o'clock. EVER FAITHFUL CLASS MEETING ANNOUNCED The -Ever Faithful asa^of the South Connellsville^ '-IJvn'ngelical Church will meet Friday night at the home of Mrs. Amos Johnson." It is the regular meeting and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Glenn Helms will be co- hotcsscs. Misa Pearl King will have charge of the entertainment. Margaret Gratzinger Feted. Margaret Fern Grat?mger was honored at an enjoyable birthdaj party given Saturday evening at hci home at West Overton by her aunt, Orcta Stouffer..and_iei - cousin, Mrs H. B. Boyer. _Muslcfa FOR HAMMONDVILLE MEN Mr. and Mrs. David Kmneer gave a dinner Sunday at their home at Hammondvjllc in honor of the twenty-first birthday of their sons, Paul C. and David L. Klnneer, Ji. The Uble was centered with a large and beautifully decorated birthday cake baked by Mrs Charles Wolfe of Uniontown. Placey were laid for Mr. and Mrs. AlvIe'May and daughters, Patricia, "Dolores . and Dona- gale, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfe of Unlonlown, Mr.'and Mrs Vcrn Colbert Â«nd"Reoh Jane, of Dawson, Mrs Dolores Kmneei of Grindstone, Mr. and MTs. David Klnnccr. of Hammondville, Mr. and Mrs. Delmur Wolfe of South Conncllsville were unable to be present on account of 5IRS.-JRTiS8ELL.i;ieRCE IS . UOSTES TO B. B. B. CLUB - Jhc_BrB. B. Club-met Wednesday Tilgliv-at-the home of-Mrs, Kennetli Meyers at South Connellsville with Mrs. Russell Pierce hostess After a short business session bingo was played. Pri/cs were won by Miss Wlnona Hall, Mrs. Grover Cole, Mrs. Albert Orndarft and Mrs. Albert Pirl. prize was "won by 2211a Marie Schmuck and" George Smitley. and low, by Gilborttstout. Marie Herbert was awarded the door prize. The honoree-recciyed-a-numBer of beautiful gifts. Present were: Mabel Burke, Betty- Felgar, Betty Midel, June OttenbcrgrElla Marie Schmuck, Betty Stoner, Marie Herbert, Wilma Fowler, Sara Margaret Sherrick, Lucille Bolllngcr, Ester Lou Boyer, Bessie Bnnker, Kenneth Funk, Paul Baker, Henry Sullivan, Gilbert Stout, Henry Wick, Donnld Espey, Hilton Wick, Dale Snyder, John Pmskcy, Harry Rillcy, Bill Jones, Bill Bnnker, George Smitley, Clair McCloy, John Sheaffer, Oreta Stouffer, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Boyer and son, Bobby, George, Jr., William, Ruth, Louise, Helen, Dickey, Donald and Ronald GraUingcr. Encasement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bers of \5-\- lontown announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Helen Berg, to Robert Mattcson of Buffalo, N. Y. The wedding is expected to be an event nf the early summer. The bride-to-be is a member of the nursing staff of the Buffalo General Hospital. Fidclls Class \MII Meet. The Fldelis Class of the First Methodist Episcopal Church will meet Friday night at the home of Miss Rcbckah Campbell, 306 East Green street. The committee consists of Miss Campbell, Miss Lillian Edmonds, Miss Eula Knappenberger Mrs Stuart Sutt, Mis Kenneth Godfrey and Mrs Ewlng R Harmon. intcd Mri^tfcyeis' with a gift. The hostess served a dainty lunch The March meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Carroll B. Fisher at South Connellsville. EMANON CLXJB WILL GIVE BANQUET AT TEA. ROOM Thc"Emanon Club will hold its annual banquet at G 30 o'clock at Crawfrod Tea Room. Places will be laid for members and guests. file returns The same condition prevailed last ycai but in former years Connells\ille always had a deputy m the local office up to anc including the last da. Girl Who Risked Life In Operation Improves By United Press KANSAS CITY, Mo, Mar. ID. Sylvia Eugenia Davis continued to show Improvement today from dangerous spinal operation she underwent yesterday in the hope it would give he-r the use of her arms and legs, which were paralyzed ul birth. The 20-year-old girl was c scious most of the time and wantcc to talk, but her physician at St Luke's Hospital advised her to remain quiet. The girl's affliction was spastic para]j sis, and her phjsician coulc promise her only an even chance to survive the rare operation that might jelieve it. OWENSDALE WOMAN GRANTED DIVORCE TKA.SIIING TIU5 LOSERS MAKING n milt contract Is mainly a problem of getting rW of .your losing cards, leaving nothing but winners. Sometimes n declarer will count the loscra In each of the suits and add them up to a larger total than ho can afford,' But If ho can trash some of them, by rufflng or throw* them on setup iards of another suit, ho puts hlm- eelf In Uno to attain his goal, 4 10 0 S Â» Q 6 3 2 4 . Q 6 5 4 4 A J 8 7 Â« Â» A J 8 4 * J O 7 6 j. Nnno (Dealer: North. North-South vulnerable.) After passes by North and East, South opened the bidding on this deal (with 1-Spnde. North spondcd with 2-Clubs, South 2-Hcarts, North 3-Hcarts and South 4-Hcarts Against this bidding, West elected to lead tho heart 7, on which East played tho 10 and South tho J. Declarer then cashed the heart A, Uavlng the heart Iv. a winner. With two diamonds off the hand and a trump, tho question was how to avoid another loser. His next move was to give up a trick to Boat's heart K, whereupon tho opponents cashed two dla-l diamonds. East then switched to tho spado Q and declarer went in with tho A. The diamonds J and 9 v,cro now played, on which t\\o Bpadcs \vcro tossed from dummy. A apado was now ruffed with dummy's last trump and on tho clubs A and K, two spades wcro discarded. A club \vas now ruffed and the remaining good spade cashed. Tomorrow's Problem V Q J 10 ! (Dealer: South. Neither side vulnerable ) What is tho best defense against, South's contract of 4-Spades, the club A being tho opening lead? A N N U A L SPORTS CARNIVAL FRIDAY AT CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA, Pa , Mar. 10 --This will be a busy week-end for students at California State Teachers College when they celebrate their annual sports night carnival Friday night ard their annual dorm dinner dance Saturday night. Herman Presercn of Yukon is president of the College Varsity Club that is Eponsonng the Friday program. Activities will include novelty games, apparatus work, tumbling, ping pong, boxing, basketball, relay races and fencing. The Siturday night dorm-dinner dance committee includes Mr. Pre- scren, Robert Schiflbaucr of Masontown, Margaret Jane Madden of Van- dcrbiit, June Erskine of Hermlnie, George Shcplcr of Champion, Bron lloon of Snrithflcld and Mary Belle Whipkcy of Vanderbilt. Ucwcd After 31 Year*. COALINGA, Cal, Mar. 10--An elderly couple, dnorccd 34 years, honeymooned today after being reunited in mnrnagc by their son, Justice of the Peace M B. Presscy, who disclosed he had performed the ceremony foi his father, Willis W , 81, and his mother. Actor Leaps to Death. HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 10 --Lee Willmott, 39, nctor and tap dancer and former vaudeville headliner, leaped to his death from a seventh floor wlrdow of a Hollywood boulevard ofilcc building His body fell on the roof of the second floor. Negro Whose Poor Driving Killed Two Convicted by Jury GREENSBURG, Mar 10 John Walton, Negro of Carbon, today awaited sentencing following his conviction on charges involving his driving an automobile into i group of men, killing two of them. A jury late yesterday convicted him of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assiult and battery in tho death* of John Donohoc and Frank Slianley, both of Grecnsburg When Dr. O. B Snyder, Greensburg physician, took his car to paikmg lot January 4 to hax'c II taken to a wash stand, Walton, without permission, started driving the car later to the wash stand, the Commonwealth charged. J In his defense, Walton said thai when he was driving the car out of the lot, hib foot slipped from the brake pedal to the gas, causing the machine to lurch forward The car went over the curb and struck a group of men. P.ltroiman Bernard Hanson said Walton told him he had no diner's license and had not driven a car for 14 years Foimer Judge John W. Dawson of Uniontown, president of the Fayette School Association, congregational meeting of the South Con.icllsviUe Evangclicjl Church this evening at 7 30 o'clock at the church. Parents aie icquested lo accom- . pany their children, Rev. W. S Harr, I pastor, said. After Judge Dawson's talk, there ill be a social hour in the the church. L* Luckey, I.orth Prospect street, ij ft j County Sunday Sc Wednesday morning for New Yrk ... dd ^ City where he will be assistant sic- w \ _ , f ictaiy of thi. Pennsylvania Raihoad Y M. C. A , located in the Union Station there Mi. Luckey wts ueltctcd for the position upon the iccomrnendation of [Joss J. Metcalf, local Y. M. C. A. sccietai y. It was chiefly because o Â£ j the line lecord made by Mr Luckoy through the Phalanx Fraternity and other Y. M. C. A activities ho was| given such a high recommendation.] Another factor WHS the splendid record he built up at the First Presbyterian Church. Mr Metcalf explained that the profession requires a college education and that this is being provided thiough a plan worked out by the personnel committee of tho Transportation Department of the Y. M. C. A National Council, whereby a beginner could work to get practical instruction with his working hours arranged in such a manner that he could attend college to earn a degree. Youth Faces Charge Of Attacking Sister Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 10--Charged with on attack on hit 15-year-old sister, Willard Mains, 26, pÂ£ Dawson, R D., went on trial this morning before Judge W. Russell Carr on charges instituted by his father, William L. Mains, of Lower Tyrone township. The father said the son had been 'drinking some." Under cross- examination he admitted he and his son had trouble and that about August 13 he had lodged a disorderly conduct charge against him. Mains said that at the time he, and his wife and five children resided in a fbur- looin house. Money Loaned ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE UNPAID BALANCES RE-FINANCED $ 251. '300 Call or See Us It Yon Need Money For Any Emergency Moderate Repayments Fayette Loan Co. 510 Title Trust Co. Bldg. Pn. Telephones 244-866 BONDED TO THE STATE Convenient Service Prompt, Courteous, Safe From Flood. Mrs. George B. Roberts of Vandcr- bilt hoj received word that her nephew, niece and grandnlcce, Wayne McClain, Mrs. Thclma McClain Patterson and the 1 itter s daughter, Patty, are safe from the flood at Santa Ana, Cal. Their properties there and at Los Angeles were not damaged. Do von steep it enou* \ Worm a crockery tea-pot O ^ Put in oneteas|3Oonful"^N-Â»of tea fo^each person and one "fof the fcot' vQ..Add fr-esh.bOILINGwatei' Steep 5 minutes Â£Â£Â·) and serve. Only Fine Quality gives Fine Flavojf V TEA. Special to The Conrter UNIONTOWN, Mar. 10-- Crnrges of desertion won a divorce for. Blanche Edna Gcehring McGce, 25, of Owcnsdale, from Robert H McGee, 25-year-old mechanic, of Scottdale, in a. decree handed down by Judge Harry A Cottom. They were married November 14, 1830, in Cumberland, Md Following the ceremony, the action set forth, they temporarily resided with the wife's pirents in Owensdale. Later .the husband left and returned lo the home of lus parents in Scottdale. Although she requested him to provide a home and live with her, he had, in each Instance, she charged, refused to comply with her wishes. Mrs. J. D. Mortimer Ilosloss. The Wednesday Night Club met with Mrs. J. D. Mortimer of Edna street and two tables of, five hundred were in play. Mrs Blair Younkin and Mrs. Edward Dye were prize winners. After tho cards a lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be March 2J at the home of Mrs. Frances Sheering First street, South Connellsvilic. in ELKS BINGO TONIGHT 1 Door Prize Consists of 102 PIECE GROCERY ASSORTMENT Show Your Colors ST. PATRICK'S DAY All true Irishmen, and their friends, will be showing their colors on St. Patrick's Day. firocn Carnations Iflc en., $1.00 do/. I'otfed Minmrocks, each JOc OGLEVEE SONS CUT J-'JUnVClJS i'J.OJUSiTS DESIGNS 113 South rittsliun,' Struct. I'Jionc i'li. 105 NORTH P1TTSBURG STREET WE'RE CLEARING OUT ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE, SURPLUS STOCKS AND ODD LOTS TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE WHICH IS ARRIVING DAILY AND IT'S YOUR TURN TO SAVE. YOU'LL FIND EXTRAORDINARY VALUES! BE HERE EARLY! SAVINGS GALORE! Final/ EST1KE STOCK Oi -Women's ftn*^ Ils T^ Y/INTER COATS at HALF PBICE o ,, H st 0 Children's WINTER COATS at HALF PRICE Choice f the House WINTER HATS Values Up to $3.05 Â·Women'* .xÂ«* * KSCS $1.98 Wash Dresses CLEARANCE! 94 Women's Misses' Actual Values to $5.95 A. baigain boom that will fill the most hardened value-grabbers with delight! A rack of stirring ^ dresses boasting such highlights as fringe-trims, embroidered crepes, crepe-and-satin combinations, sheer wools, two-tone frocks and many others! Sizes 11 to 52 in the group. CLEARANCE! 131 Women's Misses' Actual Values to $10.95 We can sec your eyes sparkle when you glimpse these specials 1 Shirt-waister fiocks, handsome black talloied street and afteinoon dresses, two- faced types In color duets, trim little woolens, rayon ercpcb and velvets, In bright and dark shades. Sizes for Juniois, Misses, Half-sizes, Women's and Stouts in the group. ALL SALES FINAL! NO EXCHANGES! N O RETURNS!