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March 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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TWO. - CfTS TJATLy COtTRTWR. CONM r KTL,T J SVlX,T J E!. TJt. FKIDAT, MARCH 24, I93S. B. KINCELL Miss May B. Macken, National W. C. T. U. Lecturer, Principal Speaker at Institute With Miss May B. Macken of Philadelphia, as the principal speaker, a well attended institute, sponsored by the Connellsville Woman's Christian Temperance Union, was held Thursday afternoon and evening at the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church Miss Macken, National W. C. T. U. lecturer, State organizer and field worker, gave splendid talks at both sessions. The afternoon meeting began at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Clark Pope president of the Connellsville union, presiding. The opening number was a hymn, "Come Thou Almighty King." Mrs. 3. French Kerr led the devotionals, after which Mrs. Pope extended greetings. Mrs. Minerva Mountain of the Mill Run union, responded. Mrs. Grace Himes ol Belle Vemon, county institute director, spoke briefly on "Why Institutes?" Speaking on "The Centenary Fund," Mrs. Asia B. Dillinger oJ Uniontown, county president, asked each member to secure a new member. Mrs. Felicia Krepps of Mill Run, county director of Sabbath observance, gave a talk during which she urged that more temperance programs b. carried out in Sunday schools. Dorothy Williams and Anna June McDowell sang a duet, "God Will Take Care of You," accompanied by Miss Jean Chambers. Mrs. Lulu Luce of Belle Vernon, county director of medal contests, and Mrs. Himes gave the life of Frances Willard, founder of the W. C. T. U., in the form of a dialogue. The next period was given over to Miss Macken, her talk dealing principally with the effect of alcohol in the children of drinking mothers. This was followed by a piano solo, by Mrs. Foster Bigan o{ Mill Run, Mrs. A. H. Mansberger led in singing and Mrs. L. B. Gangawere was at the piano. Miss Macken closed the session. A social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. J. B. Henderson, director of nonalcoholic fruit juices, assisted by Mrs. J. G. Showman, served delicious fruit juice drinks. Dinner was served at 6 o'clock by ·women of the Greenwood church to about seventy-five persons. A short program was presented. A temperance reading was given by Virginia Prinkey. Miss Macken gave a brief talk. The evening session opened with the selections, "I Want My Life to Tell" and "Blue Galilee," by a quartet comprising Robert Williams, Arhe Mansberger, Robert Swan and William Richter, with Miss Chambers at the piano. Rev. O. Pulitzer Program Will Mark Meeting Of Outlook Club County Federated Club to Meet Here Friday. April 28 The annual spring meeting of the Fayette County Federation of Women's Clubs will be held Friday, April 28, at the Woman's Culture Club rooms. There will be a morning and afternoon session. A program of addresses and music will be presented. The Woman's Culture Club will be hostess and federated clubs throughout the county will send delegates. A Pulitzer program has been planned for a meeting of the Outlook Club to be held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George P. Nairn, 515 East Patterson avenue. Mrs. Arthur P. Freed, Mrs. John B. Davis and Mrs. C. Roy Hetzel will take part in the program. Mrs. Donald Sherbondy, Recent Bride, Feted Mrs. J. E. Blackburn and Miss Anna Mary Null were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Donald Sher- body. The evening was spent at games and music. At a late hour a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, assisted by other aides Mrs. Sherbondy will be remembered as Miss Janet Echard of Scottdale Mr. Sherbondy is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sherbondy, also of Scottdale. The honor guests were the recipients of many beautiful gifts. Present were Mrs. H. G. Martz, Mrs. Alan Marth, Mrs. Paul Weaver, Mrs. Ray Sturtz, Mrs. Madeline Felgar, Mrs. William Hough, Mrs. Lillian Anderson, Mrs. Herman Hepler, Mrs. Roy Henderson, Mrs. J. K. Lewis, Mrs. H. C. Cox, Mrs. J. W. Echard, Mrs. H. C. Lytle, Mrs Lewis Sherbondy, Mrs. George Freeman, Mrs. Leslie Stoner, Mrs. Turah Harmon, Mrs. Alva Eicher, Mrs. Clarence Eicher, Mrs. J. D. Blackburn, and ANNA MARGARET SMITH HEADS MISSION CIRCLE The annual election of officers took place at the March meeting of Girls' Missionary Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist. Protestant Church, held I Thursday night at the home of Miss Mary Ellen Shives, Jefferson street. The result was: President, Miss Anna Margaret Smith; vice-president, Miss Betty Mansberger; secretary, Mrs. Lester Condin"; treasurer, Miss Lois Benford; question box and publicity, Mrs. Ernest Heffley; chairmen --devotional, Miss Rosalie Swink; social, Mrs. Robert Floto; assistant, Mrs. Paul McClmtock; thank offering, Miss Betty McCormick; assistant, Miss Mary Parkhiii; scholarship, Miss Anna Mae Lewellen; study book, Miss Mary Ellen Shives; membership, Mrs. Elmer Tannehill. The nominating committee consisted of Miss Parkhiii, chairman; Miss Edith Lewellen, Miss Mansberger Miss Shives and Mrs. HeMey. The devotional period and question box were in charge of Miss Heffley The program was: Hymn, "Safely Through Another Week," sung in unison; prayers by several members talk, "From Floor Sweeper to Seminary Graduate," Mrs. Heffley; hymn "Sweet Hour of Prayer," by circle Several of the girls took part In the question box. Miss Mansberger conducted the study book, 'Tales of India." Trie business session, in charge o: BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority oo Authorities" DONT CFKDBK^RATE THEM YOU CAN GET some pretty hard wallops from under-rating your opponents. Doubling them as a matter of habit is lust as expensive as making a practice o£ bidding too much yourself. If they redouble and cash an overtrick or two, they amass hundreds of extra points beyond those which were reany dealt to them. It is profitable to be especially wary about doubling when their bidding has indicated extreme suit- length, which may result in the killing off of your own side's high cards. A 10 8 5 W K 6 K 10 S K Q 7 6 5 * J 6 4 V J 10 9 T A Q T y S 5 « A 7 6 j. J 10 8 4 3 2 (Dealer: East. North-South vulnerable) East had plenty in reserve here when he opened this deal with 1- Spade. Just a little more hi£h card strength would have given him a two bid with that distribution. It passed around to North, who doubled. East decided that, with his distribution, it was better not to pass but show hia second suit at 2- Diamonda. South now made a free svercall of 3-Cluba, making his partner see considerable strength in his hand. West cut ui with 3-Hearts North bid 4-Clubs, which passed to West, and the latter came to itfe with 4-Spades North doubled, and East, who had not begun to show his real power cheerfully redoubled. South thought this situation demanded radical treatment, and that his partner wanted a lead of dummy's suit So the heart K was put under the hammer, two high spadeff dropped the Q, the heart Q waa taken and a spade led to the J for a run of the hoarts, discarding all of declarer's diamonds. Thus seven were made, for three overtricks worth 200 points apiece. All told, the declarer gained hundreds of points from the double, hia own redouble and the heart lead. Tomorrow's Problem * 9 5 V Q 9 4 * J 10 6 A Q 10 0 3 (Dealer: North. Neither side vulnerable) What is the correct final contract on this deal if both sides bid perfectly? STATE AUXILIARY MEETING AT ALTOONA I At the regular meeting of Coke Queen Lodge, Ladies' Society to the B. of L. F. and E., held Thursday , C. D. OF A. IS INVITED TO ANNIVERSARY PARTY Members elf Court Annunciate No. 260, Catholid Daughters o£ America, ^. ui. ^. j . . ....- -., , received an Invitation to attend the n'ght at the Y. M. C. A., it was an- | twenty-fifth j anniversary, party 01 nounced t'nat the annual State meet-; Court St. Xavier No. 230 of Latrobe, will be held Thursday, April 20, Sunday, April 23. In celebration of at Altoona. | the occasion, a dinner will be given Mrs. Ethel Banks, president, was at 5 30 o'clock at the Latrobe Coun- in charge of the meeting. | try Club. v 8/ff NATIONWIDE PRIZE CONTEST! Copynsht. 1519. Ku£ Feituro Sjmjic.tc. lac. Miss Rosalie Swink, followed. The circle pledged S75 for the new year A potted plant was sent to a sick member o£ the church. The circle presented Miss Swink, retiring president, with a beautiful gift in appreciation of her faithfulness, son, Dick, Mrs. Lois Sparks, Mrs. J. j A social hour, during which re- £. Blackburn, Mrs. William Echard, i freshments were served by the bos- Miss Bertha Cowling, Miss Gerda Carlson, Miss Eva Carlson, Miss Frances Henderson, Miss S a r a Eicher, Miss Alberta B o w m a n , Miss Virginia Eicher, Miss Anna Mary Mull, Mrs. J. E. Blackburn, Mrs. W. H. Echard and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sherbondy. tess, assisted by Miss Mary Louise Burkey, was enjoyed. Fifteen members were present. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, Apnl 27, at the home of Misses Helen and Bernadrae McCoy, Chestnut street. G. Cook, pastor of the hostess church, conducted the devotions. A string quartet composed of Charles Robinson, Delmar Christy, Martin Strawn and James Hostetler, played two numbers. An interesting lecture on "Alcohol and Narcotics," by Miss Macken, followed. Rev. Cook closed the meeting with the benediction. Miss Macken addressed the Trotter schools, Dunbar High School, South Connellsville High School and Connellsville Junior High School Thursday. ' MRS. PETER HANKER FETED WITH SHOWER ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Donald Kessler delightfully entertained the Wilhelmma Club Thursday afternoon at her home in South Arch street. Nine members of the club were present. Mrs. Kessler is not affiliated with the club but is the daughter of a member, Mrs. Peter Ranker, whose birthday was Thursday, was feted by the club with a shower. Mrs. Kessler baked a large cake, iced in white and decorated with pink candles and the same color was carried out in the inscription, "Happy Birthday." A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Earl Sharp, president, was in charge of the business session. Mrs. Harry Austin will entertain the club Wednesday afternoon, April 5, at her home, 282 East Fairview " D. of A. to Entertain State Officers May 12 At a meeting of Magic Sister Council, Daughters of America, held Thursday night at Odd, Fellows Temple, it was announced that District 2 will entertain the State officers Friday, May 12, the meeting to be held at Elks Hall. A school of instruction will be held. The council received an invitation to a meeting of District 2, scheduled lor Friday, April 21, at Dunbar. After the transaction of routine business, members practiced for a memorial service. DAWSON M. E. BUS SIGNERS WH.Ii GIVE TEA SATURDAY The Woman's Foreign Misisonary Society of the Philip G. Cochran M e m o r i a l Kethodist Episcopal Church of Dawson will give a tea . at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the social auditorium of the church, joining many other groups in the celebration of the 70th anniversary of thesociety. A special program, consisting of solos, duets, readings and a missionary demonstration by a group from the Sarah B. Cochran Bible Class, will be given. Will Entertain Club. The M. L. Fancywcrk Club will meet Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. J. R. Snipley, South Pittsburg strcot, South Connellsville. Acme Couple Licensed. Wayne E. Stairs and Helen Shaf- £er, both of Acme, were licensed to wed at Grcer.sburg. HOSPITAL ATEOLARY " TOCLi MEET TUESDAY The March meeting ot the"Women's Auxiliary to the Connellsville State Hospital will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Hospital. Crawford Tea Room Prlday and Saturday Evening Menu Fresh Shrimp Cocktail Fresh Fruit and Sherry Wine Fruit Juice Tomato Juica Cream of Mushroom Soup Roast Chicken with Filling and Waffles, 75o Baked Virginia Ham with Crushed" Pineapple, 75o Roast Leg of Spring Lamb with Mint Sauce, 65c Breaded Fillet of Perch with Tartar Snoce, 60o Calves Liver and Bacon, G5c Baked Staffed Meat Loaf, 80c Broiled Tenderloin Steak with mushrooms, 85c Buttered New. Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes New Peas Kew Beets Cauliflower, Cheese Sauce Pineapple Sherbet Jollied Pear Salad Fresh Rhubarb Sauce Hot Home Made Bolls Fresh Red Cherry Eie Fresh Rod Raspberry parfait Chocolate Fudge Cake Fruited Jello, Whipped Cream Coffee Will Wed Sunday. Miss Dorothy L. Jones, dauchter of Mrs. Anna Sheranko of Hopwood, and William Watkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Watkins of Gary Ind., will be married at noon Sui day at the Calvary Methodist Protestant Church of Uniontown. Dr. A. J. Allen, pastor, will officiate. U. S. W. Auxiliary Marks First Birthday The Ladies' Auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans celebrated its first anniversary Thursday night at P. H. C. Hall. Paul .Berkey was master of ceremonies. The program consisted of dance numbers by "Brother" and "Sister" Berfcey; vocal solos by Miss Lena Cuperaggi, and music, Greenwood Hillbilly Band. Miss Kathleen Trevitt was accompanist for the dancers and soloists Lunch was served at one large T-shaped table, which was decorated in red, yellow and white, auxiliary colors. The centerpiece was a large white cake bearing one yellow candle. Latex in the evening a cake walk was enjoyed, the birthday cake being awarded to S. M May of Scottdale. Prior to the celebration, a business session was held with the president, Mrs. Hazel HerwicK, in charge. Short talks were given by S. M. May, commander of Colonel Crawford Camp, United Spanish War Veterans, and other members of the camp. Mark Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Smith "Irish" Fuller, well-known Uniontown couple, celebrated their nineteenth wedding an- niversav Thursday evening at the Legion Home, Umontov/n. Class of -29 to Meet. A brief meeting of the Class of 1829, which is planning to hold a 10- year reunion, \vill be held at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Y. M. C. A. AR A DAY EVERY 9 AY S o THAT motorists from coast to cotist may know what a sensationai value the new O]ds Sixty offers at prices right square down in the low-price field, Oldsmobilc is staging a great nationwide prize contest all through March. Olds is giving away a car a. day every day from March 1 to Marnn 31, inclusive. The prizes are big, roomy, 90 H. P. 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