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i-HUJ DAILY COURIER. CONNTStiLSVlLLH!. 1 J A- THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 193!. By LYNNE B. KDJCELL Miss Ruth Sensbach To Give Book Review i FRIENDSHIP TEMPLE HEARS ! REPORT OF RECENT PARTY I -Friendship Temple No. 25, Pythian 1 Sisters, he'.d its regular meeting Moni day night at Elks' Hall. Two vislt- R nnrl P W Â·'' Â° rs ' Mrs ' Iona Whipkcy ot 'Athens JJ. clilU 1 . . v v . Temple and Mrs. Mary Fan- bÂ£ Uniontown Temple, were "present. Mrs. Emma " Coughencur was reported to ' Miss Kuth Sensbach, dean.of High' 'School girls, will give a book review at a meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club to be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday night, March 28, at the West Penn Model Home. The program committee of which Miss Bertha Cunningham is chairman, will have charge. Mrs. John M. Young, president, will conduct the business session. be"" quite. ..ill at'Vfer Koine in East Green street. A" report of Dn old- fashioned school party, held at the home of Mrs. Sydna Smith in Sou*.h Pittsburg street, Her Twins Born a Month Apart given. The j MRS SMITH GRIMM HEADS BAPTIST WOMEN'S UNION Election of officers took place at .the regular meeting of the Baptist Women's Union, held Tuesday evening at the church. The result was: President, .Mrs..Smlth M: Grimm; first vice-president, ..Mrs. "i H. D.. Shearer; second vice-president, Mrs. Fred Wiant; recording secretary, Mrs. Edith Cunningham; correspond- i ing secretary, Mrs. Rodger Gorsuch; treasurer, Mrs. C. H. Binkie; assistant, Mrs. Frank Kennedy. A violin and piano duet by Mary Ellen and Louise Payne, was enjoyed. Mite boxes were opened and quite' a nice sum was realized for missions. Mrs. Henry Porter, president, was in charge of the business session. The following program, in charge ol Mrs. Arthur Black, was presented:Piano solo, .Mary Ellen Payne; devotionals, Mrs.. Kulp; piano solo, Mary Ellen Payne; story ot Gertrude Miller, Mrs. .A. K. Waugaman; special prayer, Mrs. H. D. Shearer; "Judson Fellowship," Mrs. S. M. Grimm; study book, "Moving Millions," Mrs. James B. Bisel; prayer, Mrs. James Speelman. award of merit lor spelling went to Mrs. Macie Roberts-.and for the William Tell contest, - to Mrs. Delilah Soliday and Mrs. Gertrude Tulley. The rest of the evening "was given over to Chinese checkers. Practice for initiation of candidates to be held in connection with the meeting, Monday evening, April 3, took place. The attendance prize was given to Mrs. Delilah Soliday and the "pig" was won by Mrs. Georgia Travis. The next meeting will begin at 7- o'clock. MISS INEZ C. PROVANCE OF POPLAR GROVE TO WED Annonuemen't is made of the engagement of Miss Inez Clare Provance, daughter of - Mr. and Mrs. George H. Provance of Poplar Grove, formerly of . Dunbar, and Frank Lewellen of Uniontown. Miss Provance is a graduate of the nurses training school ol the Uniontown Hospital and is a member of the staff of that hospital. She was also graduated from the Dunbar High School. Mr. Lewellen, associated with the Department of Public Assitsance, Â·was graduated from the Uniontown High School and attended the University of Pittsburgh. The betrothal was made known at a party given last Thursday evening at the home of the bride-elect. The wedding will be a June event. SAUERKRAUT SUPPER GIVEN BY EVER CHEERFUL CLASS A sauerkraut supper was given Tuesday night at the social room of .the First United Presbyterian Church by the Ever Cheerful Class of the GRADALE SORORITY WILL . STDDY PRAYER, WORSHIP The fifth lesson on "Prayer and Worship," will be taken up at a meeting of the Grndale Sorority to be held at 7:45 o'clock tonight at the Y. M..C.:_'_ Betrothed Couple Honored. .Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Rose of MAYO APPOINTED ON M I N I N G BOARD Mrs. Robert Scherlc, of Jasper, hid., is pictured with her twin boys, born exactly a month apart and thriving heartily. The first arrived February 16, weighing five pounds, the second on March. 16, tipping the Â«ales at seven pounds. A few days after birth of the first twin, Mrs. Scherle was up and about, caring for her three other children. (Central Press) Forensic Music Eliminations At Perry Saturday The Fayette county scholastic music eliminations of the Pennsylvania Forensic and Music League will take I place Saturday at Perryopolis and .Greensburg ' entertained -at a large j Connellsville High School, has regis- dinner party at the Jacktbwn Hotel tered for 23 events, 11 more than last Tuesday night in honor of Miss Sara- year. Richard H. Gingrich has louise Finkelstein, daughter of. Mr. charge of the instrumental con'.est"arid Mrs. Max Finkelstein of Greens- ] ants and Carl T. Anstinc the vocalists burg, and her fiance, Louis. Bergam Rose, -son of the- host and hostess. Miss Finkelstein has chosen April 20 as the date for her'wedding. Masontown Couple lo Wed. Miss Betty Benford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benford of Masontown, will become the bride of Stanley Farrier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrier, also of Masontown, at 6 o'clock Friday evening at the Methodist Church at Mnsontown. Rev. L. C. Matthews will read the service. church, thirteen. Places were laid for After the supper, a business session was conducted by the president, Miss Margaret Semple conducted the devotionals. Old and new business was discussed, after which reports Â·were submitted by committees. The class decided to devote a social period to embroidery work, at the next meeting to be held Tuesday evening, April. 18, at the home of Miss Margaret Sernple, burg street. 309 South Pitts- KENYON AUXILIARY WILT' HEAR CONVENTION REPORT A report of the spring meeting, of the McKeesport .; district of the Woman's Foreign Missionary. Society will be heard at a sesison of the Carrie Kenyon ' Auxiliary of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, scheduled for 7:30 o'clock Friday night at the church parlor. --- ; Â· Mrs. B. S. Swartzwelder will have charge of devotlonals and Mrs. Cecil Clemmer is chairman of the program. Hostesses will be Mrs. C, A. Leinard, Mrs. J. A. Staley and Mrs. B. K. Dixon. TWO NEW OFFICERS ELECTED AT EDNA REBEKAH MEETING Meeting in regular session Wednesday night at Odd Fellows Hall, Edna Rebebah I:odge elected Mrs. Zadelle - Do'ppelheuer "ribble grand and Mrs. Kathryn Bieber, vice-grand, for the ensuing-y, jr. Other officers will be appointed. ;Â· -. . . '. A covered-dish supper, to be served at 6 o'clock, will precede .the next meeting to be held Wednesday evening, April 12. G. I. A. WOMEN MEET . IN REGULAR SESSION Meeting Wednesday afternoon at Elks Hall, .Merchant Division',..G.-I. .. A. to the B.. of L. .E., transacted ": business of a routine nature. Mrs'. E. W. Heavner, president, was charge. Mrs. C. H. Weisiger will be at home the last three days of the month to collect insurance. The next meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon, April 12. DAMES OF MALTA WILL ELECT OFFICERS FRIDAY Officers will be elected at the regular meeting of Saint Omar Sisterhood of the Dames of Malta to be held Friday night at Odd Fellows Hall. The sessions will begin at 7:30 o'clock and a good attendance of members is desired. Will Meet Tonight. A meeting of the Girls Missionary Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist Protestant Church will be held at 7:45 o'clock tonight at the home of Mary Ellen Shives, Je.Terson street. Belgium Gets ^Guarantees From Germany By HAROLD ETTLINGER United Press Staff Correspondent PARIS, Mar. 23.--The newspaper Matin reported today that as the result of diplomatic negotiations Germany had given Belgium "certain guarantees" regarding Belgian sov- erignty over the Eupen and Mal- medy areas which Belgium received from Germany after the World War. It was asserted that Germany declared she had no intention of seeking to reincorpbrate the areas as she did the Memel territory.' Matin said that Henri gian vice premier-"and minister" of transport, wrs expected to announce the assurances in an election campaign speech in the; Eupen area Saturday. . . . ' : . . . : Discreet but methodical reinforcement of the Rhine frontier under dictatorial powers.Lgranted ,:Premler Edouard Daladier indicated today the extent of'.'French concern lest Germany turn suddenly toward western Kurdpe. '1 Information in T semi-official and diplomatic sources - indicated specific points which-France is watching with greatest interest, including: 1. The Shleswig-Holstein district which Denmark got from Germany after .the World War. ;; 2. The Eupen and -Malmedy districts. 3. The Swiss frontier," where unconfirmed reports recently have said that Nazi garrisons were strengthened coincident with pro-German agitation in some Swiss cantons. ., While there has been no connection between the possibility, "of Nazi 'expansion affecting these areas and "the French defensive precautions, the government's new military measures have sent small groups of reservists eastward to" positions behind the Maginot line at regular intervals In the past few days. and pianist. The contestants are named below, with the name of the current competitor first, followed by the name of last year's participant and their placement if any: Trumpet, John Jackson; Jack Craft, second place. Saxaphone, Joe Reed; Belty Mitchell, third place. Clarinet, Edward McDonald; Virginia Moore. Bass horn, William Ri^htcr; not contested. Trombone, Arlie Mansberger; not contested. Flue, Jnne Errett, she won first place in county and second in State. Violin, Emma Jean Hay; Betty Jordan, second. Viola, Robert Stefl; not contested. Oboe, Frank Van Norman; not contested. String quartet, Betty Jordnn, Jenn Fuehrer, Robert Stefl, Norma Elpern; not contested. Trumpet trio, John Jackson, J. T. Armsrong, Warren Elliott; John Jackson, J. T. Armstrong, John Craft, first place. Brass sextet, John Jackson, J. Armstrong, Arlic Mansberger, Robert Colborn, Mickey Delladonna, William Richter; none entered. Soprano, Betty Lee Dixon; first in county and fifth in State. Alto, Marjorie Herd, she won first in county. Bass, Frr-h: Secan. Trio, Samantha Stickel, Roberta Spangler, Mary Jo Strong; not contested. Mixed quartet, Jessie Prinkey, June McITowell, Jack Dahl, Frank Secan; not contested. Mixed ensemble, Betty Lee Dixon, Jean Brooks, Anna Mary Harmon, Jessie Prinkey, Kathleen Barnes, BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" PITT YOUB POOH EXEMT IT IS SAD to see tho plight of the poor defenders as they grope tround In the dark sometimes trying to figure out Juat what to do. With no guide to your holding, they arc doing their best to guess. Or perhaps tt ts worse still. Your bidding may have given them a complete misunderstanding of what you hold and what you Intend to do. They try to protect themselves agalrjt the cards they think you possess, only to flnd that you'have thrown them onto the wrong track. Next come six spade tricks, followed by tho club K and club A. All this time West had been try- tog to discard the best he could. He had been trying to keep his guarded heart K, to protect against the A-Q which he felt South's bid had shown. He also still had the diamond A, and had to thrown one of those three cards on the club A. Deciding to hold his two hearts, he threw the diamond A, and declarer got the last two tricks with the dummy's diamonds. Far be It from anyone to defend West's play ?-s the best possible, but you have to feel sort of sorry for him just Uae same. Tomorrow's rroblem A 10 a 5 V K 6 V K 10 S tf K Q 7 6 5 (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable) What would you think of a fellow who said he made 7-No trump on the North-South cards of this deal? Don't say it until you find out how he did It North bid 1-Spadc, South 2- HearLs, North S-Spades and South 3-No trump. West led the diamond 5, the dummy's 10 winning. The club Q waa used as an entry to lead the diamond 9. West ducked, envisioning a possible brace of tr"ck3 later U South had no more diamonds. Copyright, 1919. I J 6 4 J 10 B 7 4 3 2 6 4 * A K 9 A Q Q J E A Q T V S B 4 A 7 5 A J 10 S 4 3 2 (Dealer: East. North-South vul- What is the best bidding o* this leal? ; futures Srndicitc, Inc. Dr. Hetifick Takes Part in Panel Hour At Lutheran .Rally The State Department oÂ£ Mines has appointed W. J. B. Mayo of Melcroft as s member of the examining board mine foreman, assistant mine oreinnn, fire boss and chief electrician certificates for the Fifth Bituminous Inspection District.- Â·. Mr. Mayo is an outstanding young :xecutive of the soft coal industry and is an authority on "mechanized mining." He is superintendent of the church of Connellsville Koppers Coal Company properties in companicd the pas tor, The Greensburg Conference of the Pittsburgh Synod of the Lutheran Church is holding its annual spring conference in the Zion Lutheran Church at Harrison City today. Robert L. Werner was elected a delegate from Trinity Lutheran and ac- Eev. Dr. the Indian Creek Valley and is wilHam H . Hetrick, to the confer- credited for the complete mechaniza: tion of the Melcroft mines which are rated among the Pennsylvania. most modern in . the Sessions were being held in morning and afternoon with Mrs. Brooks Has Operation. Mrs. H. L. Brooks of 602 Edna street underwent an operation for a iracture of the right shoulder, suffered in a fall last December, Tuesday at the Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. Mr. Brooks was present for the operation and when ie left for home his wife's condition was fair. papers and discussions. On the program this afternoon was a panel hour on "The Auxiliaries of the Church" with Dr. Hetrick taking up the "Brotherhood Division." O'Hara at 7:30 o'clock tonight. St. Patrick's Day Baby. Mr. and Mrs. Mike. Martusi of Fteidmore are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son at their home on Friday, March 17. The baby is the first son and second child in the family. Syria Caravan To Ho!d Dinner Friday Night The annual dinner of Syria Caravan No. 9, Fayette county Shriners, in honor oÂ£ the illustrious potentate B. R. T. to Hold Ritual. All members of Youghiogheny Â£0dgo No. 218, Brotherhood of . , A A o N- M . s Railroad Trainmen, are requested to . , ? , , , , ' % ; ' , , , ; at , t ~t , h l be present at the ritualistic service wl11 be hela Fnday mght at the be held at the home of William White Swan Hotel in Uniontown. The dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock. All Shriners are invited to attend. Babe in Bradley Home. Spring was ushered into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bradley in Hyndman street with the arrival of a son, Tuesday, March 21. The babe is the fourth child in the family. By FREDERICK C. QECHSNEK United Press Staff Correspondent - BERLIN, Mar. 23.--Germany and Lithuania have signed an unconditional neutrality treaty,:..it was .announced' today,': as part ot a . formal agreement providing for Lithuania's surrender of Memel territory. Â· The treaty provided for establishment of a free port at Memel for Lithuania's use. But of particular political importance, as tending to take Lituania itself into Cermany's orbit of influence, was Article IV of the treaty: "In order to emphasize their decision to secure friendly development E. Licensed to Marry. Joseph M. Lueck and Viola Bond, both of Connellsville, ajid Calvin Conner and Jean Hoffman, both of West .Newton, were licensed lo wed ;,t Uciontowa. HOW'S YOUR STOMACH? Altoona. Pa.--Mrs. Olive Cold well, 70S 6th Avc., sayi: "I suffered from acid indigestion and sour stomach. T Â·would belch Â£u* and have tb-JTO badly. After used Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery a ihort time I , , . nad a splendid append could difÂ«; practically eYerÂ»tbins-" il from your druggist today. See bow more visoroua you JteL - . . . . . . Birth of Daughter Announced. Announcements have been received here of the birth of an eight and a half pound daughter Monday, March 20, to Mr. and Mrs. David S, Ferguson of Pittsburgh, formerly of South Connellsville. The baby, born at the West Penn Hospital, has been named Ruth Suzanne. Mr. Ferguson is a Baltimore Ohio Railroad engineer. Frank B. Galley HI. Funeral Director Frank B. Galley of Vanderbilt is ill with grip. $050 AH Styles HOOPER LONG Your Less Will Look So Lovely HOSIERY T'nis new Phoenix Personality Color called I N T R I G U E will do things for you I It's a delightful toasted tan to wear with your Copper and Mahogany ccstuno jtiadoi. And -- so glowing ; . . to scft and yet so eltreclive to the eye! See Intrigue in 2, 3 and 4-thread weights 79c $1.00 $1.15 HOOPER LONG Licensed at Greensburg. Earl Nicl-Jow of Scottdale and Dorothy C. King of Mount Pleasant, Samantha Stickel, Ardita Pizzi, Mary 1 and Walter M. Parker and Isabelle Jo Strong, June McDowell, Dorcas Burkhardt, Joe Luczak, Don Soxman, Jack Dahl, Frank Secan, Carl Anstine, Robert Ramage; not contested. Girls ensemble, Betty Lee Dixon, Jessie Prinkey, Roberta Spangler, Betty Stillwagon, Kathleen Barnes, Samantha Stickel, Ernma Jean Hay, Marjory Kay, Dorcas Burkhardt, Mary Jo Strong, June McDowell, Ardita Pizzi; not contested. _:Piano, Marjorie Hay; Edward Mc- Giil; "first in county and State. Baritone, Willard Lewis; not contested. Â· : Band, won second place in county, Â· Instrumental group--large string and reed ensemble, Emma Jean Haye's", Betty Jordan, Edward McDonald, John Fleming, Donald Fosselman, James Hcstettler, Jane Errett, Virginia Moore, Robert Stefl. and Frank Van Norman. Hammers of Smithton were licensed to wed at Greensburg. of relations between Germany aria Lithuania, both sides obligate themselves that neither will take steps by force against one another, nor support force applied by a third party to either of these sides or to both sides." The treaty prescribes that alii Lithuanian military and police forces f shall be evacuated from Memel Â· ter: riiory immediately, and that the Lithuanian government shall see to. it that the evacuation is effected in an j orderly manner. NOTICE ' Private. Dunce at. 'THE MAYFLOWER' TONIGHT (Bar will be open as usual to the public) Crawford Tea Room Friday anil Saturday 11 ven in jj Slenu Fresh Shrimp Cocktail' ; Fresh Fruit and Sherry Wine Fruit Juice Tomato Juice Cream of Mushroom Soup Roast Chicken with Filling and-Waffles, 75c Baked Virginia Ham Trilh.'_ Crushed Pineapple, 75o : Roast Legr of Spring* Lamb . with Mint Sauce, 65c Breaded Fillet, of Perch with Tartar Sauce, 60c Calves Liver and Bacon, CSc Baked . Stuffed "Meat .Loaf, 60c Broiled Tenderloin Steak with Mushrooms, 85c. Buttered New Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes- New Peas , New Beets. . Cauliflower, Cheese .Sauce":'.'." ' Pineapple 'Sherbet Â·"Â·'Â·"Â· Jellied Pear Salad.'-"Â· Fresh Rhubarb Sa.uc.e....:;.:: Hot Home Made Rolls Fresh Hed Cherry- Pie Fresh Red Raspberry Partait Chocolate Fudge Cake Fruited Jello, Whipped Cream Coffee Fayette County Daylight Saving Pol! ( )--I f a v o r J)aylight Savins Time in i'ayette Conntr. ( )--1 oppose Daylight Saving Time in Jfnyette County. NADtE P. 0. ADDEESS Kfitnrn this coupon to your newspaper before noon of March 2". Ch oose W/ieh Building ~ or" Remodeling! LIVING ROOMS take on new beauty when they're dressed apropriatcly. You'll find your pattern among: the styles in our huge selection! DINING ROOMS need charming wallpaper to look their best. Choose from dainty floralD, modern geometries, s m a r t stripes, and grains! 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