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PAGE TWO. TI1K DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. MONDAY, MARCH 14, 193S. By LYNNE B. KINCELL. Junior Mozart Musicians Will Give Return Program for Uniontown Club The Junior Mozart Club will present a return program for the Junior Music Club of Uniontown Friday evening at the Uniontown club's auditorium at the courthouse. The program will be: Junior State song and pledge. Piano solo, Edward McGill. Vocal solo, Betty Lee Dixon. Violin and piano numbers, Jane and Bayonne Dunklc. Reading, Jean Goc. Small vocal ensemble, High School ciHs. Piano solo, Sylvia Schmidlc. Brass quartet, John Graft, John Jackson, ArJie Mansberger and Carl T. Anstme, Jr. Violin Solo, Betty Jordan. Choral, by the Junior Mozart Club, under the direction of Mrs. Leland S. Whipkcy. Mrs. Carl T. Anstinc, counselor, will have charge of the program. Approximately twenty-live from Conncllsville will attend. They will travel by trolley, leaving the West Penn terminal at 7 o'clock. After the program a social hour will be held at the McDowell Studio. About seventy-five musicians and guests are expected, Mrs. Josephine Anderson Will Give Talk At Junior Culture Club Meeting Tuesday : ' Mrs. Tosephlne Anderson,'a member, will be the speaker at the semimonthly meeting of the Junior Culture Club to be held Tuesday night at the club rooms at the 'Carnegie Free Library. Mrs. Anderson will explain the picture, the "Lord's Supper." Miss Virginia Scott will have charge of the musical program. Hostesses are Mrs. Kenneth Louden, chairman, Mrs. Mildred Dull, Miss Ruth Blacka, Miss Alice Mac Williams, Miss Mary and Miss Monica Atkins. Morris riUSCILLA SEWING CIRCLE FETES. MRS. EFFIE KOOSER _- A handkerchief shower in honor I of Mrs. EfUe Kooser, a.member t was - a feature of the March- meeting of the Priscilla Sewuai; Circle at which -Mrs. Jesse Barnes was hostess Fri" day night at her home at Poplar ,, Grove. The occasion was, a ccm- - plcte surprise to Mrs. Kooser and marked her birthday, anniversary which was Friday. Fifteen members were present and spent a delightful evening at fancywork. At the business meeting Mrs. W. H. Lenhart, president, named a flower committee comprising Mrs. "Harry Anscll and Mrs. Carl A, Morgan. A delicious ' lunch, with attractive Saint Patrick's Day appointments prevailing, was D. A. R." Will Meet Wednesday Afternoon Philip Freeman Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock nt its room at the Carnegie Free Library. The program will deal with South Carolina, the eighth state to retlfy the Constitution, May 23, 1788, and New Hampshire, the ninth state to ratify it, June 21, 1788. Mrs. John M. Young and Mrs. John F. Torrcncc will be leaders. · served. Mrs. E. C. Camp will entertain the club Friday evening, April 8, at ·her home in Franklin avenue, East - Park. I n s t a l l O f f i c e r s Of Pomona Grange Newly elected officers of Faycttr County Pomona Grange, Patrons of Husbandry, were installed by William Gaskill, of ncnr Faycttc- City, at the quarterly meeting in Odd Fellows Hall ;it Umontown. 5Ic was assisted by Mrs. Merle Deal and Mrs. Ear) LangJey. The staff Installed follows: O. W. Rittenhousc, Franklin township, master; B. S, Newcomer, ovcr- scci; Mrs. Mary Lyons, lecturer; I William H. Hixon, Lower Tyrone township, treasurer; Mrs. Viva E. Luce, Perry township, secretary; Mrs. Sadie Lynn, chaplain; Earl Langlcy, steward; Milton Luce, assistant steward; Mrs. Edna Conn, lady assistant steward; Roy Griffin, gatekeeper; Mrs. Charles Wilkey, Ceres; Mrs. Kelson Porter, Pomona, and Mrs. Edna Bailey, Flora. G. L. Coon is the new member of the executive committee, being named for three years. The morning session was given over to routine business of the organization with the subordinate granges making annual reports of their activities. Women of Union Grange served luneh. In the afternoon the annual meeting of the Southwestern Mutual Fire Insurance Company was held at which time G. L. Conn of SmUhfield and Charles Rao' ot Washington county were elected members of the board of directors. The installation service was later. A short talk was made by Farm Agent R. E. Carter. The executive committee will later determine the place of the next meeting in June. These "Bloom" in Almost No Time United Brethren Revival Begins; Attendance Grows LEE WINTER STUDIO PUPILS WILL GIVE REVUE TONIGHT Tonight at 8:15 o'clock, the Lee 'Winter Dance Studio will present a - dance revue, "Stepping Stars," at "the High School auditorium. It Is -- the first revue' ot the local young ·'students. The costumes are boauti- ~ful and it is understood that this pcr- · formance will not be forgotten in "many a day. The Flit Can Military and Artists and Toy Shop scenes will ;be highlights of the program. A rthirty-minuto interlude of rollicking ..fun will be presented by Mrs. Nell -Weisigcr's junior dramatic pupils. -Yvonne Camp, whose name was un- ^-intcntionally omitted from the cast, "will dance in the revue. S. C. CLASS FETES THREE MEMBERS ON BIRTHDAYS About twenty-five members attended the regular meeting of the Stella Cunningham Class of the First Methodist Protestant Church held Friday night at the home of Misses Olive and Ethel Anderson, corner of South Pittsburg and Painter streets, South Connelisvillc. Mrs. D. W. Snydcr conducted the dcvotionals and Mrs. Lester Condiff, president, presided over the business session. Miscellaneous showers were held in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Myrtle Huey, Mrs. Irene Burns and Mrs. Marybcllc Fcnicllo. The hostesses served a dainty lunch in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. They were assisted by their stster-in-law, Mrs. Eber. Anderson. The April meeting will be held at the home ot Mrs. Lucy Marietta in Orchard avenue. It will be In the furm of a white elephant party. PATTERN 6070 Delicate Madonna lilies--the new note for your bedspread. In 6 to the inch cross-stitch and design Is set ofl by outline and single stitch. Pattern 6070 contains a motif 17yx24M: inches and a motif 6VixlO inches; color schemes; materials needed; illustrations of stitches. To obtain this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred) to The Courier Household Arts Depl, 259 W. 14 th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Army Corps to Begin Its Program at City Airport in Early May Continued from Page One. plosive ammunition for the bombing planes. It could also serve as storage for other ammunition that might be required In event the flying field is equipped with anti-aircraft artillery, which is a possibility as it would be a requirement for complete military field defense.- An important detail of this phase of a National' defense program, the Highland Baptist Church Opens Week Of "Seal" Services The Missionary Circle of the Highland Baptist Church, of which Rev S. M. Hayman is pastor, is holding a week ot services on "The Seven Seals." The llrsl seal service will be held tonight with Mrs. B. Jones anc Mrs. A. Harrison. Rev. William Lambs will, preach. The services for the rest of the week follow: Tuesday, Mrs. C. I. Campbell, second seal; Rev. C, M. Gregory. congressman revealed, arc storage j Wedncaday/Mrs. V. Anderson and EMMAJEA.V DECKER FETED WITH BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. Chris Decker gave a 6 o'clock spaghetti dinner Friday evening at her home in Sycamore' street in honor ot the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Miss Smmajean. Places were laid for fen. Appointments were in keeping: with Saint Patrick's Day. Green tapers n crystal holders decorated the able, while favors were paper hats. Miss Docker received a number of ittractive gifts. . - MRS. R. If. MILLER, JR., HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. R. H. Miller, Jr., entertained .the Bon Amis Club Friday night at her home in South Pittsburg street Two tables were called into play for ; auction bridge. High club prize was 'awarded to Mrs. Stanley A. Lujack ..and second, to Miss Lois Benford. .The guest award was received by "Miss Frances Nesbitt. ·-. ' After the games the hostess'served ~a dainty lunch.- Appointments sym- -tbolis of Saint Patrick-'s Day -. were' ^prettily carried out." - ~" "'. '- '. Mrs. John Cypher' of "Lalrobe will ·~be hostess at the April meeting. - - ' BIRTHDAY DINNER TO PRECEDE ATHENS TEMPLE aiEETT Athens Temple of the Pythian Sis- ers will meet Tuesday night at the Elks Home. The meeting will bo preceded by n birthday dinner at 6 o'clock, for members. After the dinner and business meeting there will be bingo and five hundred lor the public. This will start at 8:30. MRS. C. F. HIRST WILL ENTERTAIN THIMBLE CLUB Mrs. Charles F. Hirst of Scottdale, will entertain the Silver Thimble Club at a 1 o'clock-luncheon Wednesday - -of ternoon - at - Crawford Tea Room. - - . . - S. A. W. AUXILIARY TO MEET" WEDNESDAY · Plans for installation of officers on , Sunday afternoon, March 20,-_will be ..-.discussed at a meeting o£ the nevrty '.'organized Ladle?' Auxiliary .. to ~ the Spanish-American War ..Vetcrans/'to be held Wednesday night -at 7 o'clock at the Baltimore "OhIo Y. M. C. A. The charter is still open and members who care to unite"with -the organization are asked "present Wednesday night. to be -.TROOPS-GIRL SCOUTS WILL MEET TUESDAY . Troop '£ Girl" Scouts"o£..the First Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the church. Each scout is asked to bring an Irish potato and Water colors. Any scout who has not started a vase is requested to bring a bottle to the meeting. Patrols 1 ar|d 4 are to remember the patrol flags. KING'S DAUGHTERS WILL MEET AT DURIE HOME - The King's Daughters Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Daniel Durie, 1006 Race street. -- Mrs. W. R. Solsson Hostess. Mrs. William R, Soixon entertained the D. L. F. Club Friday night at her horc.e in Cottage avenue. A business session was .held, after which five hundred was played prizes going to Mrs. Mildred Rist Mrs. Orville Gallentine and Mrs. H J. Walk. A delicious lunch, suggestive of Saint Patrick's Day, was served by the hostess. Guests were Mrs. W. W. Walk and Mrs. Robert Conaway. Mrs. Haven Miles wil entertain the club Friday evening March 25, nt her home Grove. »t Poplar Revival meetings at the First United Berthren Church opened Sunday night when Rev, J. F. Strayer of Youngwood preached to on increased Sunday evening congregation on the theme "The Nature and Character ot the Church." L. G. Hoover led the congregational singing. Miss Jean Hoover played the organ and Mrs. Sarah Liston was accompanist at the piano. R. C. Witt and his daughter, Dorothy, sang "Somebody Else Needs Him Too." A large evangelistic chorus is a feature of the sen ices. The church pastor, Rev. E. A. Schultz, announced that Connclls- ville took the lead yesterday from Youngwood in the special Sunday School Attendance Revival. Youngwood had eleven less than its own record of 285 last year. Connclls- ville exceeded its last year's attendance of 201 by 38 when 329 it- tended yesterday. Tonight Rev. Strayer will speak on the theme, "The Christ of the Church." The service will begin at 7:30 o'clock. Beta Chapter Host To Uniontown Tonighl The Beta Chapter of the Phalanx Fraternity will entertain a sister chapter of Uniontown tonight at itii club rooms at the Y. M. C. A. with a special program featuring th» showing ot educational pictures on health, followed by competition In various sports such as ping-pong, volleyball, pool and shuffle board. At the close ot the program * light lunch will be served. " . P. H. C. "Gives Party. . The Protected Home Circle held benefit card and bingo party Saturday night at P. H. C. Hall. Prizes were won by the following: Five huri-red--high, Joseph Joins; second, Miss Jean"-"Black'; third, J. C. Smith; bingo--high", Mrs. Kcslar; second, Mrs. -LaRue; third, Miss Dolores · Dall;- special bingo--high, Mrs.~~George Biebcr; second, Mrs. _Watson;. third, Joseph Jones; dooi-- Mr. Hiser, Mrs. Smiley, Mrs. Mc- Willlams and Joseph Jones; special-Miss Myrtle Barnhart and Mrs. Nellie Polis. - · Surprise Fruit Shower. · Th"e Sunbeam Class of the South Connelisvillc Evangelical Church gave a fruit shower Saturday afternoon for fellow members, B'ctty Mae and Martha Lou Lawson, who have been confined to their home in Race street, South Connelisvillc, for the past four months as the result of burns. The shower was a surprise to Betty Mae and Martha Lou. O. R. C. Auxiliary. Coke Region Division, Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors, will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Irene Dougherty of Pittsburgh will be a gue.st. PEACE OR WAR CHIEF QUESTION AMONG BRITISH Continued from Pago One. day's decrees making Austria German. Interest centered on the" revelations to be made in Commons. After the cabinet meeting, the King granted an audience to Chamberlain and received an account of the government's decisions. Members planned to force a full debate during which Liberals and Labor men were ready to attack the government a 1 !"having bowed to the dictator powers and thus courting the danger of a debacle. The statements in Parliament were awaited- with an anxiety hardly matched even during the days of the Ethiopian crisis. Then it was Italy, 500 miles away by air, that was the potential enemy, and the prospective theatre of war was the Mediterranean; now it was Germany--powerful Germany, 200 miles away across the Dover straits and Belgium, and long agp the present Earl Baldwin, us Chamberlain's predecessor, had warned the country that its frontier was now the Rhine. Actually it was Czechoslovakia that Britons wondered about, not Austria. The Austrian absorption-"the rape of Austria," angry Liberals and Laborites called it--was an accomplished fact. British and French protests had been rejected summarily by Germany. The question was, briefly: Would Czechoslovakia, France's ally, become a sort of Belgium of a new European war and would Britain declare formally her intention to stand by France if she aided Czechoslovakia against an aggressor? facilities for munitions along Route 40, between Cumberland and Brownsville, and most likely in the mountains. The Army would construct a munitions magazine ot vast proportions. Caverns will be excavated In the mountain sides lor shells lor all military purposes. The big Army munitions stores arc in process of removal from the Atlantic coast, where they would be highly vulnerable In time Df war, into the Interior where they would be well guarded by nature as well as machine defense. After tho munitions storage facilities arc completed, it will require an Army defense foicc, but the size of the detail will not be determined until plans nre more advanced. The plan of the War Department, the congressman said, would not interfere with the development of commercial traffic at Conncllsville Airport. Already the Works Progress Administration, under th« project sponsored by Conncllsville Council, v;ith the cooperation of the Fayette county commissioners, has expended $682,000. There are expected to be additional "extras" which have not been provided for to date, Congressman Snydcr said, making the total outlay in excess ot $1,000,000. The Connellsville Airport will serve as a base for the Air Corps on the Army air trails from Langley Field, Va., to Washington, Dayton, Ohio, and Detroit and from Middleton, Pa., to Dayton. Its location near the foot of the mountains makes it most feasible lor the halting .of planes for refueling or rcchecklng engines while on hops about the country. It sits a sufficient distance from the mountains to en- abla heavy bombers with cargoes to gain altitude to clear them without difficulty. Tho section leased by the War Department is situated between the site of tho hangar now being erected and the point where "A" and "C" runways connect, near the taxiing strip that connects the two paved ribbons of landing and taking oft" surface, Tho administration building would go up at a point where it would sit between "C" runway «nd the proposed "B" runway, to be located between the two now built. In this structure will be facilities for 20 to 30 men of the Army Air Corps, the- congressman said. Plans for the entire program were discussed at length several months ago at n conference of city, county and district WPA officials but forma: announcement was deferred unti: definite action was taken. Mrs. Cassie Grasty, third teal; Rev R. McCombic. Thursday, Mrs. Cassie Grasty fourth seal; Rev. W. Bradley. Friday, Mrs. F. Gaiter, fifth seal Rev. S. M. Hayman. The gospe quartet of West Newton will sing. Sunday, Rev. S. M. Hayman wIV. preach on the sixth seal at the lorning service and Rev. H. D ,owbcr will preach on the seventh cal for the junior missionary society t 8 o'clock. lusband's Confession Fails to Explain All Details, Says Attorney By United Press. DELAVAN, 111., Mar. H.--Th uzzling death ot Mrs. Betty Crabb 9, thrice-wed brunette who wa ound shot to death two weeks ag n the home ot her wealthy parents in-law, has not been solved com letcly despite her young husband 1 onfession of the killing, State's At torney R. L. Russell said today. The'girl's husband, James, 21, soi f the village banker, Willis W Crabb, was arrested Saturday on /arrant charging murder, Immcdl tely after he completed his tcsti nony before a coroner's jury. Nin lours later he admitted the slayin but said it was accidental.. The vivacious brunette, a bride o five weeks, died from a bullet woun ver her right breast. Her body wa ound in her bedroom early on th morning of March 1 after she ha Mended a wedding party with her husband. Lee Etta Lodce to SIcct. Lee Etta Lodge No. 515, Ladles' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the B. O. Y. M. C. A. Friendly Circle Class. The Friendly Circle Class of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mir* Dolores King at 232 South Prospect street. Former Local Girl Mother. A daughter, the first child in the family in 12M:ycars, was born Sunday morning about 4 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Reynolds of 53 Union street, Uniontown, formerly of Connelsville. There are now two girls in the family. Mrs. Reynolds is the former Miss Dorothy Dull. The baby is a granddaughter of Mrs. William Dull of East Fairview avenue and Mrs. EfTle Reynolds of East Murphy avcnuo. · DAVID HARRIS GOES ON TRIAL IN CRUELTY CASE Continued from Page One. sre Carrie McDonald, a housewife Fayette City; Mabel Reese, housewife, Brownsville; Virginia L. An derson, h o u s e w i f e , Unionfown Pierce Boord, miner, Chestnut Ridge Redstone township; Fred Hess, fin boss, New Salem; Thclma Dwycr housewife, Fayette City; Mary Lesko Housewife, McClellandtown; Fran) Sadler, merchant, Point Marion Fred C. Martin, Miner, West Lciscn ring; Stanley Jaworsky, miner, Car dale; William Martin, retired, Con ncllsvillc, and Melvin McCormlck miner, Grindstone. The prosecutor told the jury "w must establish this child was unde the control of this defendant an that he was legally liable for it maintenance. "We propose to show you that :on ditions existing around this chil were discovered by humane asents working out ot Pittsburgh. , Som time in January they visited th place and discovered the child on th third floor. Sanitary condition were bad. The girl--the mother o the child--worked hard about th place." The Will Meet Tuesday. Sarah B. Cochran Sunda School Class of the Philip G. C'och ran Memorial Methodist Episoopa Church nt Dawson will meet at 7:3 o'clock Tuesday evening at the socia auditorium. Folfz, Sager Planning Bucknell Senior Ba LEWISBURG. Pa., Mar. 14.--Tw students from the Connellsville arc William Foltz, son ot Mr. and Mr D. E. Foltz, 156 South Ninth stree and Harold Sagcr, son of Mr. an Mrs. J. L. Sager, Smithton, hav been appointed to the committee In charge of plans for Bucknell University's annual senior ball. Foltz represents Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and Sager Sigma Chi. Both men arc on the varsity basketball team, the varsity track team, and arc members of the "B" athletic club. Both are enrolled in the chemical engineering course. To Address Dental Club. Warren G. Ridder of Morgantown, W. Va., and John Young will be the speakers at the Conncllsville Dc-ital Study Club Tuesday evening. The meeting will begin at 8:15 o'clock at the Medical Building in South Pittsburg street, Westmoreland Educators to Meet. Spring meeting of the Westmoreland County Schoolmen's Association will be held Friday, March 18, at South Township High School, County Superintendent Charles F. Maxwell announced. Convention Bid Made. SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 14.--This city has launched a campaign to bring 1,500 conventions to this city during the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. To attain this end, it expects to spend $100,000. Girl Born to Weavers. A daughter was born at 8:50 o'clock Saturday night at Connclls- ville State Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. George Weaver of Highland avenue. Ira S. Vcrnon Dead. Ira S. Vernon, 68 years old, lifelong resident of Uniontown, died Saturday at the Uniontown Hospital after an illness of complications. Democrat Women to Sleet. The Connelisvillc Women's Democratic Club will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Arlington Hotel. Uniontown Man Dies. Homer S. Miller, 30 years old, of Uniontown, died Sunday evening at the Uniontown Hospital. Shampoos and Finger Waves, now 35c Phono Slid for Your Beauty Appointment -'specially when the Spring Fabrics are so lovely! H O P S A C K I N G Spring Fabric News! $1.OO yd. Ilopsacking is a rustic weave ot crown tested spun rayon and wool that tailors so beautifully! Light and airy, sag-proof. Clipper blue, cyclanen. rose, coronda rust, cocktail blue. PRINT CREPES Alive with Design! $1.00 yd. 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