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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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I'AGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL MT. PLEASANT SEWING GROUP IS E N L A R G E D D. of A. to Hold District Meeting At Vanderbilt A district meeting of District 2 of the Daughters of America will \x held Wednesday afternoon and evening, April 20, at Moose Hall at Vandcrbilt, with the lodge of. that place host. Plans for the meeting were discussed at a session of Magic Sister Council, held Thursday night at Odd Fellows Temple. The degree team of tho local lodge will have charge of tho initiation and practice was held after" the meeting. Plans were completed for the annual covered-dish suppi'r to be held Tuesday evening, JAarch 29, at Odd Fellows Hall It was announced that Mrs. Ada Whipkey and Mrs. Benjamin Showman, who arc ill, arc Improved. Mkss Mary Ellen Swift was elected and installed outside sentinel. MISS ELIZABETH B. RTJPP ADDRESSES FIDELIS CLASS Miss Rcbekah Campbell was hostess at the monthly meeting of the Fidclis Clas: of the First Methodist Episcopal Church Fiiday night at her home in East Green street The meeting opened with three hymns, "In the Garden," "Try Singing a Song" and "He Whispered Love's Message to Me," Mrs Joseph Carlton, president of the "class, read Scripture which was followed by prayer. During the business session the class decided to serve a banquet for the. N. C. D. Class Thursday night, March 17, at the church din- v ingroom. Miss Elizabeth B. Rupp, guest speaker gave an Interesting travel talk, her theme being the temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. Omi new member, Mrs. Jean Shields, was received. Later a delicious lunch was served by the hostess and her committee composed of Miu Lillian Edmonds. Miss Eula Knappcnberger, Mrs.. Stuart Stott, Mrs. Kenneth Godfrey and Mrs. Ewlng R. Harmon. PROUDFIT CLASS ELECTS BOARD OF GOVERNORS Meeting Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Hugh Lytlc in North Phtsburg street, tne J. L. ProudfU Class of the First Presbyterian Church decided to elect a board of governors for th'i coming year Instead oi a president. The board is composed of Mrs. Elwood M. Keagy, Mrs. J. Montgomery Dllworth, Mrs. Clyde Williams and Mrs. George P. Nairn. Other officers arc: Secretary, Mrs. Paul O. Malone; assistant, Mrs. Chailes E. Carson; treasurer, Mrs. H. W. McRobbie Mrs. O. C. Harmon was leader of the dcvotlonals. A social hour was enjoyed, after which lunch was served by Mrs. Lytlc, Miss Margaret Lytle and Mrs. K. F. Martz. FANCYWORK CLUB MEETS WITH LIBERTY WOMAN The East Liberty Fancywork Club was delightfully entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Clyde Randolph of Liberty. Fourteen members were present. Guests were Mrs. J. W. Gwcen, Mrs. Charles Garlick, Mrs. Charles Bobbs and Mrs. Wilbert Mickey. After a short business meeting, bingo was the diversion. Prizes were won by Mrs. Georgo Beatty, Mrs. Claicncc Murray and Mrs. Howard Colbert. The club prize was awarded to Mrs. Frank Husband. The hostess served a delicious lunch. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, March 24, at the home of Mrs. G. E. Miller of Liberty. BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN FOR MRS. JOHN TOTTEN A surprise paity was given Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. John Tottcn of South Arch street in honor of the anniversary of her birth. Five hundred, bridge and "Kan You Go," were the diversions of the evening. The honor guest was the recipient of many lovely handkerchiefs. At a late hour a delicious lunch was served. The party was given by sixteen friends and neighbors of Mrs. Tottcn and was a most enjoyable affair. Hospital Auxiliary Will Meet Tuesday The March meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to the Connellsville State Hospital will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2'30 o'clock at the Hospital. The attendance of every vice- president is desired as business of mportance is to be brought before the auxiliary. E. M. S. CLASS REMEMBERS MEMBERS ON BIRTHDAYS A meeting of the E. M. S. Class of the First M e t h o d i s t Protestant :hurch was held Friday night at the church. Fifteen members and two guests were present. Lois Ambrose had charge. Good repoits were given by chairmen of different committees. The class will hold two cottage prayer meetings during the month of March. A delightful social hour followed the business session. Six members of the class who observed their birthdays this month, were showeicd with lovely handkerchiefs Girls honored were: Margaret Sleightcr, Margaret Williams, Lois Lil.thicum, Elsie Siydcr, Virginia Bc.il and Helen Rowe. A delicious lunch was solved by a committee composed of Jean Jeflers, June James, Lois Ambrose a.nd Helen Rowc. Married Fifty Years. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Nixon, uell- kno\vn couple of Fairchance, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Thursday. They were at home from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon and from 8 to 10 o'clock in the evening. Ten was served. A turkey dinner lor immediate members of the family was served at Old Frame. Marriage Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haragos of the Pittsburgh road, near Uniontown, announce the marriage of their daughter,' Miss Catherine Haragos, to John Link, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Link of Upper Mlddlctown. The ceremony took place Monday, February T.8, at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Uniontown, Hev. Blazlo officiating. C. E. Projrnim Leader. Miss Frances Lowe will,be leader of the Sunday evening program of Laurel Hill Christian Endeavor Society, the topic to be "What Christ Does for Individuals " The meeting will begin at 7:30 o'clock. Protectors Club to Meet. A meeting of the Protectors Club of the Dames of Malta of Dawson will be held Monday evening at the Jr. O. U. A. M. Hall at Dawson. Mrs. Lyda Lint, Mrs. Grovcr Allen and Mrs. George Beatty will be hostesses. WPA Project Increased By 24 Workers, Making Total of 91 OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special to The Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Mor. 12.--At the sewing project being conducted n the Junior High School 24 new workers have been taken on, making a total of 01 that will be working on .he project Monday. Kntcrtalas at Tea. Mr!.. Margaret Shupe entertained at a tea at her home in West Mam street Thursday afternoon. Present were Mrs Weaver .ind Mrs, Kennison of Youngwood, Mis. Lillian Eichcr, Mrs. E. Whclsel and Mrs. H. C. Jaquettc of Mount Pleasant and Mrs. David Byers of the'Westmorc- [and Homesteads. Games were played at the close of tha tea. Hobby Club Formed. A Boys' Hobby Club has been formed at Ramsay High School. It makes model airplanes. One of the most interesting is that which operates with a model gasoline motor, The plane has n wing spread of five feet C. E. Meets Sunday. An interesting program has been arranged for the meeting ot the Christian Endeavor Society of the United Brethren Church, to be held Sunday evening in the social rooms of the church. Miss. Sylvania Canosc, president, will have charge. The meeting begins at 6 30 o'clock. All persons interested in Christian Endeavor woik are mvilcd to attend. Plan Good Friday Service. Arrangements arc being completed for the Good Friday service to be held in Reunion Presbtcrlan Church. It will be divided into seven periods. The service is sponsored by the Ministerial Association as has been the custom for tho past 10 years. Birth at Hospital. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sopsko of Calumet al S.30 o'clock Friday morning at Flick Memorial Hospital. Both mother and daughter are getting along nicely. Attend Firemen's Mcctlnff. Secretary o£ the Westmoreland County Firemen's Association, Ray Bmgaman, Chief Chester Lcntz and a delegation of Mount Plcasint fire- ment went to .New Kensington Friday evening to attend tho regular monthly meeting of the association. To Undergo Operation. William Ryddle, 18 years old, of Grindstone has been admitted to Frick Memorial Hospital for an operation. M. P. ONWARD CLASS WILL MEET TUESDAY The Onward Class of the First Methodist Protestant Church will meet Tuesday night at the home o£ Mrs. Mary Camper in East Fayette street. The committee cons'sts of Mrs. Camper, Mrs. T. R. Cunningham, Mrs. Nelson Stafford, Mrs. Occana Shaw and Mrs. C.. N. Shaw. Miners Examining Board to Continue Exams in County The Bituminous Mine Examining Board of which Earl Miller of Indian Head is chairman will return to Tayette county during the week of March 20 to give those persons who have been unable to appear before it an opportunity to qualify for ceitlflcatcs of competency and qualification that will be mandatory in Pennsylvania April 1. Chairman Miller said that dates and places where the board will sit will bo determiined later and announced In these columns. Also on the board are Secretary Paul Vucish and E. H. (Jack) Davics. The board will close its examinations in Westmoreland county next week with these appearances. Monday, Slickvillo, company office. I Tuesday, Humphreys, first aid room. Wednesday, Jamison No. 20, company office. Thursday, New Derry, D. John Hall. DANCE TONIGHT Sergio's Castle Garden TARR, PA. Uy THE MERRY MAKERS For RcscrMitionis, Call 3It. Pleasant 2219. Coker Negatives Win at Charleroi Connellsville High School broke even in a debate Thursday afternoon with Charlcroi High, the competition taking place belore the student assembly, one group gathering in the auditorium and the other in the library. Ench negative lenm was returned the winner by the members of the State Legislature who served as judges. The debate, an exhibition in the prc-scason program, had ben widely advertised by Charlcroi as its feature event of the year. Speaking for Connellsville were Affirmative--Thomas Fioto and Sarah Bailey. Negative--John Munson a n d George Marakas. Thursday night will find Moncs- sen appearing m Connelsvilie for a debate, the competition to begin at 7 o'clock, Coach Harold Swank announced. LADIES SAVE MONEY on your permanent until March 31st by bringing this ad. with you when jou come in This Ad. Is Worth $1.50 On Our $5.00 I'erinnnenl IVm o. M'c Hn-ve Other 1'crimi- nouts Priced from $2.50 up For Your Permanent-Phone 792. Helen Belle's Beauty Salon (Formerly I,oretta'n Beauty Salon) WEST CRAWTOTCD AVE., Above McCrory's S 10. --Owned and Operated Bj -- jWIss Helen Belle Shouman. IT is about time we make America safe for Americans. · -- e IF you have wasted your past life you should profit in' the future life. · -- · THE greatest tragedy in life is the wasted time. 32-M H9-t23S.ttrr$BUR3HST. CONNEUSVltLg. R^ "I Employ No Agents cr Solicitors* Mrs. Robinson Named Mrs. Joseph T. Roblniton . . * poslmistress Widow of the late Democratic leader of the senate, Mrs. Joseph T. Robinson has been appointed postmistress of Little Rock, Ark , by President Roosevelt. The position pays $6,000 a year --Central fren W.CT.lUoHave All-Day Institute At Flatwoods Hall NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD bpccluL to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Mar. 12--Members of the Northwestern Expedition pioneer wqgon tram were guests at a stag party at Pleasant Valley Country Club Thursday evening. The members of this expedition, now located at West Newton making rafts by which they will go down thc^ river, as the original expedition did, related their experience on the long trek so far. Freshman Officers In Charge. Officcis of the freshman Class of Scottdale High School, President Jamci, Byrne, Vice-Ptcsldent Frank Turk, Seuetary Edith Sturgis, and Treasurer George Lockard had charge of art assembly at the high school, Fnday. It \vas first to be held by this class. Club Presents Program. The Commercial Club of the High School presented a program at the senior assembly Friday morning Janet Warnck gave a reading entitled, "Kentucky Philosophy" A News of Tri-Town Community had the negatives developed and put thi-m nsidc, planning to have them printed '/later." He was cleaning house recently and found them. Special to The Courier. DAWSON, Mar. 12.--Mis. Kate Jacobs of McKees Bocks returned home after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobs of Libei ty. Mrs. Claude Barfoot ot Vanderbilt, who has been ill, Is improved. Wlnona Ruth, baby' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Collins of Vanderbilt, lias been ill for a couple of weeks. Ralph Livengood and Edwaid Stncklcr of Vanderbilt were business callers in Uniontown Tuesday. Mrs J. L. Keck of Uniontown and Mrs. P.ml H. Collins, o£ Vanderbilt were Pittsburgh callers Tuesday. Miss Mary Blackstonc, Mrt. Carl Bucld, Miss Lucy Sproat, Mr. and Mis. Henry Livingston and son, Harold, and C. M. Whitmoycr were recent callers in Connellsville. Mrs R J. Stoner, Mr. and Mrs J H. Ruth of Scottdale and C. O. Bane and daughters of Connellsville were callers here Wednesday evening Square Dance Tonight, ......... ~^.^^ L .,.,,,,,,!,.,, ^ Sponsored by the Men's Democra- play was presented with the follow- | tic Club of Dunbar township, White Miss Mac Mackcn of Philadelphia, W. C. T. U. field representative, will be the main speaker at an all-day institute to be held Tuesday at the Flatuoods Grange Hall bv Distuct 4 of the Woman's Chustian Temperance Union. The program Is' Morning Session, 10.30. Music, institute. Pinycr, Rev W S McKcc, pastor of the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church. Talk, "G.imblmg and Lotteiy," Rev. Gordon V.iughn, p.istor of the Flatwoods BaptiA Church Reading. Mrs Evans of Peiry- opolis T.ilk, on "Moving Pictures," Mrs J. French Kerr of Connellsville. Short talkb by visitors. Noontide pr.iycr, Mis Ana It. Dill- mcr of Uniontown, county president Lunch, to be served h/ Ihc Buena Vista union Afternoon Session, 1:30. Singing, institute, followed by prayer. Business session and minutes ,of last meeting Collection. Talk, Rev. B. H Chilcote of Str.r Junction. Talk on "Road Signs," Mrs. Florence Moore of Dawson Spcci.il music, Dawson W. C. T. U Addicss, Miss Macken Hymn, "Blest Bo the Tie That Binds" Adjournment, W C. T. U. benediction. Unions included in District 1 are Dawson, Vanderbilt, Perryopolis and Bucna Vista, ing cast Thomas Hamilton, James Ruth; David Hamilton, Tom Helenski; Stanley Cla, Don Horton; Sally Hayes, lanet Echaid; Marian Hastings, Ann Luczki; Sandra Montgomery. Ruth Shallcnbcrger, Mane Winters and Virginia Elcher Doc Trials Sanrta. A bird dog field trial will be held under the sponsorship of the Scottdale Sportsmen's Association at the Frank Kenny road house near Reagantown Sunday afternoon. At Firemen's Session. President John Ruth of the Scottdale Fire Department, Chief Howard Bcegle and a delegation o£ members were in New Kensington Friday evening to attend the meeting of the Westmoreland County Firemen's Association To Conduct ScnMce. Mrs. C. W Slautlei · tlass of young men of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday School will ha\3 charge of the opening servile at the church school Sund.iy morning. The -lass has arranged with Earl Bere»r, teacher of the Men's Class to talk on "Law ,md Grace." Revival Service. N. i: Troycr of West Liberty, Ohio, is holding icMval services at the Menmmito Church c-ch evening at 7 30 o'clock. They will continue until March 20 with .1 prayer meeting each evening at 7 o'clock in the basement of the church. He rns .mnounced the titles of his sermons over the week-end as follows: Saturday evening, "The Pi Ice of a Man or What I Cost', Sundry morning at 11 o'clock, "The Wondrous Cross," r.nd Sunday evening, "Repentance." These services arc atti acting much attention and the public is imltcd to attend To Repair Streets. Borough Manjgcr Howard Frank and Councilman A W. Shircr visiting the highway department office at Grccnsburg, have been assured that the State department has begun plans whereby it will put two coats of blacktop the entire length of Bioadway. The stic«t has been designated a State highway under a recent act of the legislature They were also assured that the State, 1-aving taken over Plttsburg street from Chestnut street to the west end of the borough, will improve this street. Oak Camp, Route 110. Music by Irvin Yauger and Band. Ladles free, gentlemen 15c. -- Advertisement.-- 12mar-lt. Films Good After 22 Years. HELENA, Ark, Mar. 12.--A man here developed some camera films after having forgotten them 22 years. The prints showed up well. Dr. B. D. Schrantz took the pictures in 1915, Thi R eason Mfferent from Others BECAUSE:-Father John's Medicine is not "just another cold remedy". It not only helps break u p c o l d s , b u t tmhlsupthcbody. I t s healthful, ·nourishing e l e - ments aid in maintaining strcnRtb, vigor and vitality. Its value as a proicn treatment (or colds is supported by certified medical tests. ecord of 83 year* U Convincing Proof of its Metis and Value. 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