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March 11, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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.PAGE TWO. 1'HIS JDA1J-.Y COUK.USK, CONNJi;LiLiSVIJLiL.B, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELI. Pittsburgh Interior Decorator to Speak At Open Meeting of Woman's Culture Club John ClUton of Pittsburgh, interior decorator, will be the guest speaker at an open meeting of the Woman's Culture Club to be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. His subject will be "Home Art." Mrs. Charics Detwiler will be leader and Mrs. J. H. Dull" lias planned a musical program. · Hostesses are-Mrs. Daniel Durie, Mrs. Bela B. Smith, Mrs. C. A. Fortney, Mrs. W. L. Beuscher, Mrs. H. K. Lewis and Mrs. L. Dale Johnson. The program Will be preceded by a business session with the president, Mrs. Henry \V. McRobbic, in charge. J Place for-1928 Class Reunion Is Changed Meeting". Thursday . night ;at Dc- Muth's flower store in East Crawford avenue, 7membcrs 'of ~thc, Class of 1028 of "the High School · discussed plans for the first annual reunion to be held June'25. The - place was changed from-the Pleasant Valley Country Club to the'Silver Slipper. Another"'.meeting will be held Thursday"evening,' April" 7. Emanon Club Marks 19th Anniversary The Emanon Club celebrated its nineteenth anniversary w i t h a beautifully arranged banquet Thursday night at Crawford Tea Room, South Pittsburg street. The . club colors, turquoise blue and gold, were effectively carried out. The table was graced at either end with yellow tapers in crystal holders, while the lovely centerpiece wa-s a gold basket of calendulas centered with a large bow of gold satin ribbon. Places were laid for nine members and "three guests. Atfer, partaking of the delicious chicken repast, a large birthday cake, bearing nineteen lighted blue candles In small yellow rose bud holders, was brought into the room. This feature was a complete surprise. Mrs. James A. Cowgill, president of the club and a charter member, read an interesting history of the M. E. WOMEN OBSERVE BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY OF FOREIGN MISSIONS Tfic Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the First Methodist Episcopal Church met Thursday afternoon in the church parlor and celebrated the sixty-ninth birthday anniversary of the national organization. Many historical events were brought to light. Next year people of nineteen foreign countries, together with the people in this country, will meet in San Francisco, Cal., to celebrate the 70th anniversary' of mission work. Elaborate plans made for the evening.' are being Mrs. L. S. Michael gave an interesting talk on the'work of Miss Carrie Kcnyon, former local woman, who has charge of the MayOeld Girls' School at _ Singapore Straits Settlement., Mrs. J. B. Henderson read a beautiful poem, "What Shall We Say?" Mrs. Henderson and .Mrs. W. S. Bchanna, president of the society. annual meeting ol the McKccsport district, March 22 aL South .Browns-, ~ A" numtjer of beauCful-.Jiymns were sung, after which -the session closed wilh_the-Lo«Ts Prayer. " -" IUNION SUPPLY EMPLOYED ·' - JIY-TE GOOD CLUB EEECTS MKS.-OLTVE'IIEKWICK HEAD The My-Tc Good Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Sara Listen at Poplar Grove. Officers for the coming year wi elected as follows: President, Mrs. Olive Berwick; secretary, Mrs. Margaret Mickey; treasurer, Miss Althea Hann; reporter; Mrs. Nell Perm. The club decided to hold a covered-dish supper Thursday evening, March 17, at the home of Mrs. Herwick In South street. The time is C o'clock. After the business meeting games were played, prizes being won by Mrs. Nan Fosbrink and Mrs. Mary Shank. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Miss Alberta. The next meeting club. Mrs. Short talks were Russell Vaughn given by and Mrs. Horncr Kcarns, also charter members. Mrs. Luther Fritz, of Cleveland, Ohio, was unable ,to attend. Bridge was played, three tables being called into play. High prize was won by Mrs. P. A. Moroncy of Hollywood, Cal., and draw by Mrs. Vaughn. " The door prize was received by Mrs. C. H. Wcisgerber. Mrs. Fritz was also a charter member. Guests were Mrs. P. A. Moroney, Mrs. J. E. Grindle and Mrs. W. J. Fagan. The next meeting will be held nt the home of Mrsy Wcisgerbcr in Vine street, date to be announced. Queen of Quilts is Easy to Piece Household Arts by Alice Brookn A Sparkling Design When Made of Scraps Prairie Qucon PATTERN 5702 A veritable rainbow of color is "Prairie Queen"--a simplc-to-picce quilt whose 10-inch blocks invite your gayest scraps! Appropriate for any type bedroom. Pattern 5702 contains Block Chart; accurately drawn pattern pieces; an illustration of the quilt; color schemes; step-by-stcp directions for making the quilt; yardage chart. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. S. S. EXECUTIVES TO MEET SATURDAY COOLEY CONVICTED AS DRUNKEN DRIVER The monthly executive committee meeting o£ the Fayette County Sun- /Spcci.il to The Courier. ... - UNIpNTOWN, Mar. 11.--One of day School Association will* bo held ,, . - / , . , . , at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon ,n tho "f fc 'convict,on- on drunken the 01 phans courtroom at Union- j drivmfe charges in many months c.imc this morning in .-. verdict returned to Judge W. Russell Carr against Ficd Coolcy of Fairchance. He was arrested May 20, 1935, and the following day escaped from the police station and was rearrestcd at Elco last December. town. All district president! and county officers arc urged to be piescnt as plans will be furthered for the county convention to be held in Great Bethel Baptist Church at Uniontown in June. The man whose wife's a champion baker Is just the man who likes to take her PRESENTS BIST THE "BALANCED" FLOUR--MAKES GOOD BAKING BETTER Dames of Malta to Meet. A meeting of Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta will be held tonight at Odd Fellows Hall. Thursday evening, April 14, at t h e j home of Mrs. Herwick. DAHL TRIO WILL PLAY AT WASHINGTON TONIGHT j will be held j Licensed to Marry. Wilbur H. Dcwitt of Clinton and j Freda B. Stillwagon of Normalville were licensed to wed at Uniontown. Eas invitation to render a musical program tonight at the Liberty Methodist Church at Washington, Pa. They were clocted-flelegatcs-1o-the-scmt---^t~p- r(;scnt a mixcd pro g ra m of twelve or more sacred, semi-classical and popular selections, on the piano, violin, trap drums and bells. From Washington they will go to Ohio where they will present a program. While there they will visit their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Bloom. They will be accom- AT DAVIDSON TO" WED panicd by their father, Charles A: - Miss_ Peggy -Bender, "daughter"-'of i Dahl, and will return home Sunday Mr. arid Mrs. Harry ^W. Bender" of evening. Lenox street, Uniontown, r.'wilT be- :: come the bridc'of 'J. R.'Alton', Jr., son ' MRS. C. O. SIEYERS IS -of Mr. and Mrs. J ; R". Alton, "Clevc- j HOSTESS TO~J.T. CLUB land avenue. 'Uniontown, " Sunday 1 The'" Ji F. Club was" entertained lafternoon, March 20". " - '~ ' "* . - Miss" 1 Bender and her flancc are graduates of the Uniontown High ;5chool, the former a member of the j Thufs'dayTiight"5y'-Mrs7 C. O. Meyers at her.home in~-VIm»-street,-South Connellsvilfe^" --We--.'evening - was plcasantlyTcpcntlit bin'gb*. First prize Class _of1935 and the latter of the | was awarded to Mrs. H. C. Shippy, jClass _pf -1934. The bride-elect has I second to Mrs. Howard Adams nnd ;becn -employed at Murphy's store, third, Mrs. Max Orndorff. The spe- ;JJniontown",- while the bridegroom-1 cial prize went to Mrs. James E. Delect is an employe of the Union"" ^Supply. Company at Davidson. -- 'Foltowing a brief honeymoon In ^Pittsburgh, Mr. Alton and bride will ·Jbe -a home in a furnished apartment, 502 East Crawford avenue, this xity. ;M. P; ENDEAVORERS PLAN - : · ' _ · - NUMEROUS ACTIVITIES _. Spring activities were planned for Ithe-' Senior: Christian Endeavor So- .ciety otahc First Methodist Protes- .tant Chifrch at a meeting Thursday "night at the church, presided over by Thomas Denccn, the president, and attended by 15 members. Plans were made to attend a rally of the Conncllsivlle branch April 1 at East Liberty Presbyterian Church. The society will hold two meetings at the Children's Home in Union- .town, April 3 and 10. A meeting will be held at the County Home the date to' be announced. " A social followed business. Re' .frcshmcnts were served by a committee made up of Mrs. H. E. Perm. Mrs. Ernest Hcfflcy, Miss Loma Swallop and Charles McManus. Schcll. Mrs. Meyers served a dainty unch, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Davidson. The next meeting will be held.at he homi; of Mrs. D. W. Cook, South PiUsburfi street. STATE W. C. T. U. FIELD WO1JKEK WILL SPEAK HERE Members of the Connellsville Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet at 1 o'clock Monday night at the First Methodist Protestant Church for the monthly business session. Miss Mac Mackcn of Philadelphia, State W. C. T. U. representative, will speak at 7:30 o'clock. There will be special music. E. B. MARTIN CLASS MEETS WITH MRS. J. G.-WILSON The E. B. Martin Bible Class of the First Baptist Church held its April meeting Thursday night at the home of Mrs. J. G. Wilson in South Eighth street, Greenwood.- "·" The committee consisted. of_ Mrs." H. D. ^Shearer, Mrs. George Sourd/ -and _Mrs. I. L. Davis. Twenty-five 'members wore present. Missf Lulu -Bailey, president, was in charge,-and Miss Betty Workman led"the_devo- .tionals. SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR 2 VETERANS UNIT TO MEET The Ladles Auxiliary to the Spanish American War Veterans will meet Wednesday night at 7 o'clock at the B. O. Y. M. C. A". Tho'chafler is still open and all those who care to join arc asked to attend the meeting. James Collins Honored. A surprise party was held in honor of the twenty-first birthday of James Collins of Ohiopylc. Five hundred, bingo and checkers were the diversion of the evening. Mrs. David Collins, assisted by Mrs. Leah Bryncr and Mrs. Dalton Herring, served lunch. A birthday cake, adorned with twenty-one candles, centered the table. The honor guest received a number of useful gifts. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Collins and children, Dale, Ray, Charles, James, John, Tommie and Jackie, Ikle Morrison, John Tishuc, Mrs. Bertha Spaw, Betty, Marie and Clifford Bryner, Mr. and Mrs. Homer. Leonard and children, Helen", Lawrence and Elwood, Mrs. Leah'Brynel: and children, Bobble and Bailey, Miss Bryner, Mr.. and _Mrs.~ Melvln Bryner, Lester Bryner, Roy^Colliny, Fred Dean, Dollle Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodmency .and daughter, Marie, Francis Sipe, Lillian Sipe, Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Herring, Miss Pearl Molokcy, Miss Gcnevieve Schaeffer, Miss Margaret Schaeffer, Mrs. Eva Schacffer, Mrs. Annie Staup. Floyd »nd Bobbie Staup. Pomona To Hold First Quarter Meeting at Unionlown First quarterly meeting of Fayette County Pomona Grange, Patrons of lusbandry, will be held Saturday in Odd Fellows building at Uniontown, icKinning at 10:30 o'clock In the morning and will be featured by a aricd program of activities which remise to draw a record attendance. O. W. Riltcnhousc of Frrinklin ownship, newly elected master, said he meeting will open in the fifth de- ;rce and close in the fourth. Any ncmber may attend the closed scs- ion until noon when lunch will be served by members of Union Grange, "Tho afternoon session, beginning at 1:30 o'clock, will be devoted to the business period of the Southwestern Mutual Fire Association. The [range will then have an open installation will be in charge of Willam Gaskill of Mornlngstar Grange and his attendance will be from Men- alien Grange. The meeting will be closed In the fifth degree. SPORTSMEN'S AUXILIARY WILL MEET MONDAY NIGHT The Woman's Auxiliary to the Fayette County Fish and Game Protective Association will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Wheeler Miles at South Connellsville. The time is 8 o'clock. Card and Bingo Party. The Keystone Club held its weekly five.-hundred and bingo party Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Temple. Prizes were won by tho following: Five hundred--high, Mrs J. C. Smith; second, Miss Gladys Fowler; third, Mrs. W. E. DeBolt bingo--high; Mrs. Joseph Wedgewood;, second, Mrs. Roy Jaynes third, Mrs. Edna 'Piern; special bingo --high, Mrs. George Bieber; second Mrs. -Abbie Wcimor; third, Mrs Violet Orbin; fourth, Mrs. L. E Brown; door, Rosella Tober. .- - ' P. II. C. Gives Party. The weekly benefit card and bingi party, sponsored by the Protective Home Circle, was held* last nigh at P. H. C. Hall. Prjzes were won by the following: Five hundred-high, Paul Hall; second, Grace Kes lar; third, Mrs. A. Siesky; bingo-high, Clarence Danner, Jr.; scconc. Helen Tober; third, Mary Catherine Stillwagon; special bingo--high, Mrs Joseph Wcdgewood and Miss Ida Walk; second Mrs. Edna Picrn; third. Mrs. Nellie Pollis; door--Mary Catherine Stillwagon. Youngwood Takes Lead in Brethren Contest The Youngwood United Brethren took the lead in the first week of a 14-week "Sunday School Revival" being jointly conducted by the United Brethren churches of Youngwood and Connellswllc. The effort is being put forth to have each church exceed its own Sunday Church School record of last year for March, April, May and the first Sunday of June, which is Children's Day. Both churches made good gains over the previous week but both fell rJhort of one year ago Sunday. Youngwood gained 42 over the previous week when 279 were present but fell short three per ccnl of last year's attendance of 287. The Connellsville U. B.'s gained 25 over the week before by reaching 3G5 last week but fell short ciglv per cent of last year's record of 390 for the first Sunday in March. The coming' of Rev. J. F. Strayer pastor of thei Youngwood U. B Church, to Connellsville for a two- week preaching mission in the form of revival meetings, is expected to add considerable interest to tho friendly contest between the two churches. Rev. Strayer will begin Ills program here Sunday night. Two Die In Explosion. BRADFORD, Pa., Mar. 11.--Two men were killed late yesterday in a nitroglycerine explosion which de molished the one-room factory o the Eastern Producers Glycerin Company, at Lafayette, 15 mile south of here. The victims were D H. McQueeney. 54, president of the company, and Rulph Mong, 40, a "shooter" employed by the firm. Granted Marriage License. Paul Howard Prinkey and Mary Elizabeth Vest were issued a marriage license at Uniontown. SfUHHY GIRLS! Caji often coin flttcrlnr pound! And new vitality 1y .dainit vi.iS° vitlmSj j-nu Iron (« contained In Vlnol) to their diet. Start tahlnr Vlnol today ind notice how iklnny llmbj »nd flat cheit start to nil out. how unly a nc!e disappear. No matter what you navo tried or cow skinny you are, cet VJnol, Union Drnc Company. for every occasion If you want to make her happy, select jewelry for every occasion. Whether it be a lovely little watch or a strand of lovely pearls, she'll welcome Jt with adoration. Our collection of fine jewelry meets the demands of the most limited budget. J. M. KURTZ Successor to A. B. Kurtz. 131 "VV. Crawford Avenue. Phone 680 681-155 Prompt Delivery Quality... Service... Low Prices For 57 Years! Our prices are low six dnjs a -neck, not. just on .Saturday. Save on Canned Foods PREMIER Fancy Sliced Pineapple, 2 large cans 49c PREMIER Spinach, 2 medium cans ' 19c PREMIER Red Kidney Beans, 2 medium cans 19c PREMIER Run of Garden Peas, 2 cans 33c UNICORN Cut Green Beans, 2 medium cans ISc l-CENT SALE 2 Boxes KELLOGG'S Wheat Krlsplcs 24c 1 Box Kcllogg's Krnmbles Ic Allfor25c HOGSETT'S Yellow Corn Meal, 5-11). sack _ ISc LOG CABIN Syrup, Tnljlo Size can 2:fc PREMIER Fancjr StuKod Olives, large full jar 29c PREMIER Grape or Blackberry Preserves, ·2--11-oz. jars 2!)c tUTZ SCHRAMX Apple Butter, quart jnr T9c It's Best! PARD Dog Food 3cans27c FOR THE LENTEN MENU PREMIER Sardines (in olive oil) 3cns29c Fancy Mustard Sardines, 3 large cans 29c BKECHOi'UT Spaghetti, 3 medium cans 29e «KECK-"UT Chill Snuce, large bottle 23c Fancy Navy Beans, 5 Ibs 25c XAHLE TKEAT Noodles (fine or brontl) 2--1-11). packages - _ ,, :ic 'uncy Elbow .11 neuron I (bulk) S Ibs __2.c T,A TREMLVTA Tomato Paste, 4 cans 25c 1'HEJHEK Arturo Sauce, 2 cans .... ,, _ 20c Try It--You Will Like It! MORNING BRACER Coffee, 2 Ibs.. 33c STEWART'S PENCO Coffee, 2 Ibs... . 57c POSTUM Cereal, 18-oz. box .' 22c I'or n Healthful Drink. HOSCO (Food Drink--Clioqolute-aralt Flavor) large jar . .... ... 35c And BOSCO Glass FREE. Fancy Fruits and Vegetables Full Variety... Lowest Prices Fayette Spice Cake Butterscotch Icing 0 Cheri-Gold Cake 29c and 35c PILLSBURY'S Best Flour 24i/2-lb. sk. 99c 5-lb. Sack 29c HOGSETT'S Fancy Pastry , Flour, 5-11). sack 21 c SWAXSDOTVX Cake Flour, a box . - - ..- 2Cc STEWART'S Powdered ' Simar, 2--12-ox. boxes 17c STEWART'S Vanilla, S-oz. bottle .....: 12c HERSIIEY'S Baking Chocolate, 2--}5-lb cks 23e HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup, IG-oz. can _..10c i SUPER SUDS Red Box, 2 Igc boxes :!7c Super Suds (concentrated) 2 large boxes ;t"c PAUIOMVE Soap, ·1 cakes - ,, 25c ICED TEA OR BEVERAOE GLASSES SIT OF 6 fKEE for ("A COUPONS SOAP PRODUCTS OCTAGON laundry Soap, 10 Giant Bars _.45c OCTAGON Toilet Soap, U cakes «. 34c OCTAGON Powder, 3 bxs 1-ic OCTAGON Clearer, 3 cans ,,-. 14c OCTAGON Chips, 2 large ljoxe,s S7c OCTAGON Granulated Soap, 2 large boxes ,,,, 37c MorrelPs Pride or Honey Brand--14 to 15 Ib. average Shank Half, Ib. 24c--Butt Half, Ib. 25c GENUINE SPRING LAMB Lamb Breast, Ib 12V2C Lamb Shoulder, Ib 17c Shank On--S to 6 Ib. Average. 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