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March 15, 1930

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PAGE TWO T1J W COUKIlfiK, GUNNELS F1-. 15A.TUi*~.£T, MAUCH 15, Colorful Festival of the Sun Doris Cunningham Weds American Consul to Tokio at Lovely Ceremony tlw ton · ot Kev R H d M i s U D Cun Mr "d Mrs Klc'.awl Ritenuoi of iilr-shum at Y v m x a , Japan, whon HI South Cottage .venue were de- t U . i r . l a u ^ i t e i , . d i « , T K n t o . w « u . united hghWully surprised last nlRbt «1mi In n u r . l a V *t f o ck-ck to I.oo D . **u ftfily of th -lr relatives and hl ,,i. m c h i r n e at tho Aniencaii I Tlondi assembled t their homo to ( o n s . i l a t e f U n . o a f l»i ToUlu Tho . ^lebrale the l»eut-flftli orll, uu-1 Th* core- i " "^ marriage. The ^l^nition by about t ; n r t y l H a i arranged by Mr and Mrs. FWo- tioiu's daughters, Misses Blanche and Helen, and will le remembered a n brM* s f a 1 her uio nv was ' i . t l m a ( ft lends ot Pie bride and f u n nit ghain o \ « t s u u , wore thoir James R. Ycimsc oi tho Japan Ad- served a Mi. Sturgeon'!* best men Labors HIM !*ois*' Atirell, of tho Am-eiic-an on-ulito In Yokohama ami V.'urii 1'lielps, oi the Japan Ad- K3rtifc;r Tho jueii v* the bridal party wore .wutionnlv-res o£ white orchids. Th-e wedding marc.ii of Lohengrin was played by a trio composed * oi! Mi»8 Jbabella Horn, at the piano, Hnb- bard Horn, flute and Frederick N'lco- violin, all students ot tho American School where Mrs. Stur- had been in charge of the music for the past y ar. The bridegroom's gift to the bride wu» a gold brooch, with diamond set ting. Mrs. Sturgeon's gifts to her bridesmaids ware peail necklaces Mrs. Sturgeon, who wae born in Japan. hah relatives and friends lu Oonnellsvllle, where her parents resided before engaging in missionary work twnty-nlne years ago. She is a niece of Councilman and MPS. B. M Swartzwlder and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. Portor of ihia place. After grad- uitlng from tho Oberlin Conservator) of Music, Oberlin, Ohio, and teaching in the United States, she returned* to Japan In 1927 to engage In further teaching and musical work. She Is an accomplished vioilst and has won great commen elation on tho occasion of several public apipearances. The bridegroom was educutefi ut fch« University of Nebraska nnd Northwestern Univsr»ity. He entered the United States foreign service in 1920 and was assignd to Toklo for language i.tu-dy Aft«r completing this work ho was assigned to the American Consulate In Yokohama where he was immediately following the earthquake in 19W Following this he was placed In charge ot th* American consulate at Dairen. Il-o located at Tokip In 192S and with the recent return of Graham H/Kemper to Yokohama took charge of the Consulate-General at the capital. Immediately after tho ceremony Mr and Mrs. Sturgeon left for a hortoy- moon trip. Mr. Sturgeon and bride hare been at, home since February 1 at -2135 Arswjuku, Omori. MAN IS AT COirN(JIL SABBATH SERVICE North capa- The Bnal Israel Synagogue Pitteburg street, wan filled observance "of Council Sabbath by the ConnellBvlllo Section, Council ot Jewish Women. The opening prayer by Rev. William Sennell, pastor of a Presbyterian Church in Plttsburg, was in the form ot a protest against the persecution of all religions -faith In Russia. The principal speaker of tho evo- Xning was J«eph Levine of Pltteburg, who Is studying to become a rabbi under the supervision of Bnnbi Stephen WNe of the Free Synagogue of New York Ctty. Levlne le an eloquent sp-aker and his address was of a most Inspiring nature. Hie subject was bused, on tho "Purlm Holiday," and his entire discourse was replete with Interest. Council Sabbath is of outstanding included. Later in the evening lunch was served The center of the- table was ornamented wli h a large wedding cake, a p p i o p t i a t « l \ decorated. Mr. and Mra Rltenour vere the recipients of many gifts. Both are in good health and none present pi'Joyed the celebration more-than the/. Mri and Mrs R! enotir were married at the United I'.rethren Church of this city by Rev. W V. Barnhart, who was the pastor at that time. They have resided since their marriage in their present home There are three children In the tatuily, Ralph, married, and Misses Blanche and Helen, at home. Mrs. Kltenour was Miss Catherine Kooscr of Bullskin township previous to bar marriage. Mr. IRtenour has been employed by the Aaron Company for thirty-five years Out-of-town gue its present at the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Jam OP Dalsley and two children, Eugenia and Eleanor of Plltatourg, Mi. and Mrs. Ransom Bair I of Smithton, Mr. and Mrs. John Stouer of Everson, Mr and Mrs. Samuel slice of Youngwood and Mr. and Mra Wilbur Mickey of Dawsou. MISS WILLIAMS UXTERTACfS DOUCAS » INCYWOKK CLFIt Ten members ai d three guests, Mrs J. H. Lenhant, Mi i. Anna Miller and Mrs. D. R Grah.mi, were guests at a delightful mecilug of tho Dorcas Fancywork Club ut which Mias Eliza- bear Wlllams %va.' hos-tesa last night at her home In Y rk avenue. Mra, G L. Owrey was In charge af the pro- gra.m, which was In keeping with Saint Patrick's D»y, At the business meeting a nominating committee, composed of Mrs. J. 8. Tracy, Mra. J. F McCoy and Mrs. J M. Franks, waa appointed. The liofttesa served a dainty lunch. The next meeting will be held Friday night, API il 11, In the home oi Mra. J. B. Tracy, Chestnut street. Him. JAMES I'EIGJI HOSTESS TO III SIT TWELVE CLriJ Mrs. James Peiifh was hostess at an enjoyable meetinr of the Busy Twelve Club last atght at her homo in South Putsburg street. Ten members and one guest, Mrs. Kuaeell Vaughn, were present. Mrs. H irry Morgan was a new member reci Ived. The attendance prize, donated by Mre. H. Guy Colborn, waa won b Mre. Harry Morgan. The evening waf spent at music and fancywork, after which tho hostess 1 he favors were in keeping with 3-ttnt Patrick's Day Mrs. Anna Sprin ;er of Went Crawford avenue Is the next hostee-s. Luverne Heart ley Hostess. The Sunshine Class of the Final Methodist Episcopal Church met last night with Laverne Headley, South Plttsburg street The meeting waa In charge of Ann* belle Melllngfer, the president. Lave me conducted tho do- votionalg. Rea«t1ng6 wero given b; Fox, Virginia Cunningham and Helen Rohlnfeon. Games "wero also enjoyed, launch was served by Mre A ' S. He idley, mother of the hostess. The next meeting will be held In the hom of Miss Ruth Blacka of Washington avenue. The girls "planned for n food sale In April. Mre. Qv«0B and her «t th« Tertlval of the San *t L» Pl«y» Tto «wU«l« WM said to km S | ut ' ly colorful one and w»» attended by thousand* o' both aatta* «nd teuriata, HONOR GUIBT AT PARTY Miss Gayle Stough of Soottdale nad Mrs. Lewis Harrer of Mount Pleasant gave a bridge party last evening at he home of Mis* Stough In the form of a miscellaneous shower for M!P« Jane Halneg of Soottdale, whose engagement to Claude Horrer of Mount Pleasant was announced recently. Six .able* wero in use. The guest prize was *lven to Mies Haines. The adles' high prize went to MU» Mildred Stauffer and the gentlemen's to Duano Null. The color scheme was In rod and green In keeping with the St. Patrick eeaeon. Carnations In small green i basket* formed the table decorations. | Favore were potatoes on a shamrock. The guest table at lun«h was centered with a cake, bearing bildo with a card telling Miss Haines a package waa iiwaitlng her. The pacicage was a basket which contained her gift. Among the guests wero Miss Knther- ine Snyder of Connellevllle, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Brinker of Pleasant Unity and Miss Lillian Fryo of Greensburg. ConnelUvllle W. C. T. 17. Tlw Connellavllle W. C. T. U. will meet Monday night in the home of Mrs. Robert Allen, Mori ell avenue, Greenwood. Members planning to attend are aeked to g«t oft the street car at Eighth street and Morrell avenue. A good attendance is desired ae planu will be matte for a membership contest. Lunch will'bo served. Program Complele For Military Band Concert on Monday The High School 'AuditoHu n la expect^ to be filled to capr city on Monday evening for the festival Fidelity Club 0 The Fidelity Club of Dunbar will meet Tuesday night, March 18, at the home ot Mrs. Ida Hoatetler of Dunbar. of the Oonnoltevllie Military Band. About 75 perf«i.fl will appe vp In the St. Patrick's Day entertains ent that will embrace singing, dancln ;, vaudeville and instrument*.! selec ions. The reserve seat sale got u ider way this morning nt the Connells^ ille Drug Company in We«t Crawford avenuo and the early returns Indie vted that the apacloiiB auditorium will be crowded. The curtain will rise proi iptly at 8:15 o'clock. The program follonre: March, "Thunderer," Soutsr Overture, "N'ortoa," Bel He . Solo, DEATH SUMMONS MRS. AMANDA MINER OF NORMALVILLE Mrs. Amanda Williams Miner, 86 yeara and six months old, one ot the oldest and best-known residents of Springfield township, died this morning at I o'clock ait her homo at Nor- West Newton Man John Wallace, Jr . of West Newton and Andlnan B. Wlndbush of Pilta- burt; were licensed to wed at Oreena- burt;. lu *·*· Tompkln, ,s the das, teacher. CV"*V ( t I M I J . t «la i hw*l oi town and hamlet In thelTM^ »»lng Die anniversary of the hostess, tlie grlrli presented her with a number of loveiy gl£te. Mount there is a Section ot of Jewish Women The i .iiet] U) the Jewish womun- b» country and la uuually t v ie Friday preceding the j Scottdale ·n j.at Oounrlls 3. 0. S. ClaRs Meets. The J. 0. S. Class of the First Women wi · rt»pre«ont«d at tho meeting. ARttOKY Sf'F'SK OF DKLiatlTFlTL SA1M PATRICK'S I»AY IA'E of Vernk'e Hoover, Bl£ street Itetty Gallagher, president, apuuil th s meeting. Plans were uir.de for ,i f od sale the latter part of this mo nib. launch was served by the mother of tht hostess, iitfter which DANIEL L PLETCHER OF CHAMPION DIES FROM PNEUMONIA E. Pletcher, 81 years old, well-known resident of Champion, died at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of his daughtpr, Mrs. N. G. Tei wllllger at Champion, following an Illness of Influenza and pneumonia, Mr. Pletcher was born February 21, 1849, near Trent, Somerset county, the son of the late Samuel and Susan Fletcher. He resided at that place until after his marriage ana then he moved to Champion where he made his home for about 35 years. He was a retired farmer. Mr. Pletcher is survived by the following children: J. M. Pletcher, Rockwood; C. M. Pletcher, Crouton, Ohio; Mra. A. B. Dumbauld and ReV. 1. R. Pletcher, Connellevllle, and Mrs. S. E. Solomon and Mra. N, G. Ter- wllliger oi Champion, Two brothers, Simon Fletcher ot Owenndale, and Abraham Pletcher of Somerset, and one slater, Mra. Sarah Folk ot Salisbury, survive. HiB wife, Martha Pletcher, died 12 years ago. There are 23 grandchildren and 13 great- grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2:30"o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Operatic masterplpcen, V. V. Safranek. "It happened In Nordlan ," Victor Herbert. "JDull Razor Blue*," Huffl Je. Victor Herbert's favorite March, "On tho Plor," Ed .'In Frank Goldman. Solo, selected. "S!ng« from the Ol«l Fol iB," M. L. Lake. March, "The Irish King" Intermission, "Turn on the n«at," ft IBB Ro«e Phillips with dancing chon 6 of Jean McDowell, Nolle Ruth, Van Dyke and Charlotte Mel^owell Martb v Stefanllt and Mariann Hutchfnson. Song, "Mother Muchr e," Paul Ruee. Two dancsrfl, Billy Koffe and Babe Lapera. Solo, "Painting the Cl udn With Sunehlne," Paul Ruse and shorua. Songs, Mies Roso PbllU w, chorus Famous Andensoa brolhe e la favorite songs. "Wedding ot the PtUnte Doll," arranged by MiB« Winona MacDowell and presented by pupila t the Mac- Do\v«U School of Dam Ing--Bfide, Charlotte MacDowell; gr-om, Billy Caton; pages, Adalyn Ja kson and Dorothy Kelstcr; flower {Iris, Janet Rush and Imogens Smith. Red Riding Hood, Genovieve Sanr rella; Bua- ter Brown, Theld4 Price. Jumping Jack, Martha Stefanik; 1 ango dano- ers, Edith and Jack Durb n; Adagio Dancers, Charlotte Mac) owe!! and Ellsworth Caton; Toe Tai , Kitty McDowell; brideemaiite, Kitt and Jeesie Cox; M«rtha Prince and li ona Mhley; preacher, Mariann Htitol (neon; Follies Dolla, Claire Sprluf er, Marion Winning, Jane St«van«oi) BliKAbeth Springer, Nolle Ruth Margaret Brown'and Jftan Owen, from the infirmities of She had been ill for several months, Mrs. Miner wua born near Kingwood, Somerset county, October 5, 1844, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Williams, and had »pent nearly all her lite In Springfield township. She was married January 1, 1#67, In Somorel county, to Martin Miner, who was a veteran of the Civil War. To the union eleven children were born, eight o£ whom survive. They are; Wai ren W. Miner of Bver- eon, George Miner of Youugwood, John W. Miner, Charles Miner and Mrs. L. Miller, "ail ot Normalvill*, William H. Miner, Mrs. Rusuell R. Brooks and E5.0. Miner, principal of the South Side, Second and Third Ward HChoolu, all of Connellavllle. She Is also survived by one brother, Levi C. of Scottdale, the last IMng member o, the family; 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr Minev died October 1, 1915. Mr». Miner TUB preceded in death by two brothers, Thomas and George Williams ot Kingwood and throe slstorn, Mrs, O. B*. M Niootey of Dawson, Mrs. H. G. Conn of Normalville and Mra. Mary A. List/on of Oonnellsville She was member ot tho Methodist Episcopal Church virtually all her life Burial will be made nt Normalvtlle The time for the funwal will be announced later. + + O + · t | ^r t * | Prominent among the social emita Barnes and a^iort program were the i County Line Chutch of the Former Everson Mill Worke · Is Called by Death SOOTTDALJ3, March IB.--Walter OstrosKy, 63 yeara old; di )d last nlglit at 8 o'clock at his hoi ie at South Everson, after a liftgerini illness. Mr Ostrosky was a former el iploye of/-the GEORGE DONGES OF MEYERSDALE DIES OF STROKE MBYBJEaDAlj.!!), March 15.--3«or# Dongea, who la«t Tuesday fluttered a ktroke of apoplexy, died at his home on. Thurmday, neV«r regaining con Bciousnefin. His funeral waa held this morning nt ID o'clock at his late home, his pa»tor, H/ov J. Luther FranU of the Lutheran Church,, ofB elating, Interment followed in the Union Cemetery beside his wife whc died aome years ago. MT. Dongitfs Is stirvivetl by five son and two daughters* Mtoi. Oscar AUen at present with ber hiisband In Tuc son, Ariz-; Clay A., ot Meyer»dal« Samuel Of, FViederi^, Edward L. o Meyerrtale,' WUJlam of Akron, Ohio Stewaart ot Detroit, Mich., and Mr*. MlldTed Adams of Cumberland, Md. At the time of his death Mr. Dong-en was 76 years old. He was a aattve o Germany but came to this countr when he was 16 years old, locating In Meyersdale, where he has resided 'eve since. of th« wect wai a Saint Patrick's Day diversions. Decorations were In keep- j where for many years Mr./Pletcher United States Cast Iron Mpe Fun- ,(..n^» * t v i n in«t ni*ht In the -State ing wlth 3aihf Patrick's Day, a color !was-a member,'serving constantly a s i d r y Company. He is sui vived by his danc, « v , « ln»t night ******* scheme of greca pr^aillng. The next Armory by the Jon or Roc^tion Con m w f n bij heW ^ alttei». conp«»«d of Paul Bdwarrt Ash HeUn Uau(lmuil of Qreen 3treel- and EURPI v Reagnti. The datico waa! markf) l.y b"aut»ul decorations, in ' Dam** of Mnlta Meet. keeping v, ith the season, and the at- Dames of M ilta met laat night in vi!faiuo f a large numtjer of out-of- odd p e ]iows H i l l svlth District Deputy ATI piif" s Tho hall was made at- Minnie Kergut on of Youngwood be- ictiM- with an artistic arrangement! i Qg present, ofllcers were nominated ^rt'tn and ifhHe paper. The llghta tor the year. The Dames of Malta ! -.i.^ed to harmonise. About are roquesitcd to meet at the First i y coxirlos ^jfere present and en-- Baptist Churcu at 1:15 o'clock Sun- member* of tlie, board of deacons. R, E. Shober, pastor Church of the Brethren In Connellfi- wife and* Several chlldre j. The funeral set vice wi J 'be Sarday at 2 o'clock at St. Josepl 'a' Church at vllie, will have charge of the services.'Everson. Burial will be · In St. Interment will be made In Mount Nebo Cemetery. }o, {. Iun Ins until after midnight. LIMP el Hill W. C. T. V. T'i( Laurel Hill W C T. U. 1 f ilnv nt tht* home of Mrs S , J o h i s s o i ot Laurel HiH. Devotlon- - w o t o ill ehavo;^ o Rev. William a -.Hon Dinner waa perved at noo.u. a *(»r wh oh a program WHS given Mrs Ceo ce !orey will be hoste. s at MRS. SHALLENBERGER'S FUNERAL THIS EVENING i ^ The funeral service lor Mrs. Ellen ' ShaHenberger, whose death occurred suddenly In a Pittsburg Hospital, v/heie she was taken after being Btrickeu while attending xu m»etlnf!! of the Rebekahs in Homestead, will Joseph's Cemetery, o April nw ting AeUvc Cln«i», da-y to go iu i body to the Chestnut Hill Cemetery and assist iu the last | funeral rites of Mis. filleu Shtdlen- ; borger. tl'LTUBK Cl TB WOMEN WILL * 1'RESEXT ,RISII DAY PROGRAM An Irish D ty program, in keeping j be held at the-home thare th'is evening with Saint Patrick's Day, wilj be ore-! and interment will be in Chestnut sented at th semi-monthly meeting' Hill Cemetery here Sunday afternoon of the Womai 's Culture Club Monday ! -The funeral cortege will come over- afternoon In the club rooms at the Carnagie Fret Library. Mrs. Citarlcs The Ai live Members Clans of the'F. Donnelly t .nd Mrs. Ivy Bvam wiU ~ Hs have charge )f the literary program the and Mrs. John J, Bnos of the music United Tiothren Church held monthly meeting l.wt ulght at church There was a good Regular bubluesw vrue transacUxl. PatronUed those who advertisa. land and arrive at tli(» cemetery at 3.3fr o'cloclt Members of the Dames^ of Malta will meet\ at the First Bap- ilst Church at 1:15 o'clock to go to the cemetery in a body. Use our classified advertisement. i NIGHT EXCURSION Washington AND EBTU1 N SUNDAY March 1 S Round 0 Trip FROM TRAIS Will Leuvft nt 1 :! 5 A. M. Consult Ticket tgents BALTIMORE 4 OHIO Son of Local Man ,, Found Dead in Be Felix Wojcyeckowakl, 36 years old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wojcy eckow*kl of West Gibson avenue North End, was found dead In his bet al a rootofng house at Youngstown Ohio, Thursday morning, He was em ployed as a laborer' in a mill a Youngtown, and stayed at a roomln house. The body was brougjit to Conpella villa this morning" and'removed b Funeral Director French S. Durst t the parental home. The funeral wijl be held Monda; morning, the time to be announce later. AD Fayette County is invited to attend Gnnellsville's Greatest AUTOMOBILE SHOW Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 26th to 29th at the EVANS MOTOR CO. East Crawford Ave. Connellsville, Pa. · J · · · 4 ·^ + + · ! : Conducted by the Gmnellsville Automobile Dealers Association · 4 + 4 A NEW PEAK DM RADIO HEAR Clreuft. AMB I\dIToo»olw rnAmio Speaker. Odm Aptt lUdtoe tarn $46 to |16a (1«M tube*). reaiwit tenaa. WERTHEIMER MOTOR CO. . West Crawford Ave Phone 196. Connelto* lite, ft , Notice to the Public. Due to necessary repairs to our pipe lines near the pumping station, . the water prseure will be reduced in {our mains Sunday, March 16th, at 12 I o'clock noon. People living on high i points in ConnellsvHle, South Con| nellsville and West Side are requested ' to draw sufficient water 16 last them 1 several hours. Qonnellsville Water Company --Advertisement--15mar-ll APEX R A D I O ftetttng Along Well. Miee Frances Thompson of Mount Braddock, who underwent an opera*- tlon at the Uniontown Hospital last Thursday, is getting along as well" as could be excected. Commercial Printing : o/ all Kinds i Done at 15he Courier Job Printing Office.

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