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March 25, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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UE TWO. THE DAILY CnuKTETl. CONNEU.SVTLL.E. PA- SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1939. By LYNWE B. KINCEL.L, N. C. D. CLASS BANQUET IS DELIGHTFUL EVENT Delightful in every way was the annual banquet of the N. C. D. Clam of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, held at 6:30 o'clock Thursday night at the church dinmgroom. PJaces were laid for forty-one. A color motif of green and white was carried out in the appointments which were symbolic of .Enstcr. Favors ·were small baskets, filled with Easter candy, and tiny chicks. The meal, consisting of turkey with all the trimmings, was prepared and served by the Fidclis Class of the Sunday school. After enjoying the repast, members adjourned to the church parlor where a business session was held. Mrs. B. S. Swarbswelder, president, INTER-RACIAL MEETING PLAN AT 5COTTDALE ELLA IIEFFLEY INSTALLS MISSION CIRCLE OFFICERS Installation of officers, in charge of Kiss Ella IlelTley, took place at the close of the business meeting of Girls' Mission Circle of the First Methodist Protestant Cnurch, held Thursday evening at the home of Mis. A. D Fulmer in Morrell avenue, Greenwood. O/TiLeis installed are: Chairman, Eva Fulmer; secretary, Mary Buikey; assistant, Dorothy Willims; ereasurer, Louise He.lley; question box, Dorothy O'Hara; study book, Catherine Dye; chairmen--de- TOtionals, Jean Chambers; thank offering, Minnie Oldland; publicity, Sarah Cameron; transportation, Mary Buikey and M.nnie Oldland; social, Wanetla Yoder; lookout, Tholma Mixey, Ethel, Olive and Nellie An- Fellowship Session Will Bring Together Various Groups. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST was in charge. Officers lor the en- derson; scholarship, Florence Penn; ;,uing year U'ere elected as follows: President, Mrs. C. E. Leonard; vice- president, Mrs. W. S. Behanna; secretary, Mrs. George H. Fuehrer; treasurer, Miss Mary Murrie; financial secretary, Miss Elizabeth Williams; teachers, Mrs. J. B. Henderson rnd Mrs. L. S. Michael; sub-teachsrs, Mrs. Behanna and Miss Martha Mitchell. N. C. D. sisters were revealed. flower shine, fund, Caroline Shaw; sun- Georgianna Anderson and Mabel Zimmeiman. The quarterly thank offering will be made at the April meeting to be held at the home of Jean Chambers in East Murphy avenue. XJ. B. GIRL SCOUTS WILL MEET MONDAY Girl Scouts, Troop 3, of the First United Brethren Church will meet at 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the F. S. SMILEYS WILL MARK 62ND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY | church instead of Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Smiley of Elliottsville, one of the best known couples of Fayette county, will observe their sixty-second wedding anniversary Monday. In honor of the interesting occasion, the couple will be honored with a family dinner Sunday. Sharing the festivities will be their six children, Mrs. E. Dice and Mrs. Frank Barr o£ Elliotlsville, Mrs. Taylor Burns of McKeesport, Mrs. Charles Wjlkey of Perryopolis, Mrs. Don Ludington of Lemont and George Smiley, at home. Five grand- Queen Esther Class Meets. Misses Ethel and Lois Solomon entertained the Queen Esther Classs ot the Davistown Evangelical Church Monday evening at their home. Devotionals were conducted by Ethel Solomon, president of the class. Business of a routine nature was carried out. Present were Ethel and Lois Solomon, Kathiyn and Dorothy children vrill also be included among the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Smiley, born and reared in Fayette county, are the parents of seven children, all of \\ r hcm survive with the exception of a daughter, Mrs. N. C. Foringer, who I died ten years ago. Mr. Smiley is S3 years old and Mrs. Smiley, 84. llarcom, Violet Lowry, Stella May, Gayle Adams and Eleanor Glotfelty. I At the close of the meeting the host- B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Authority on Authorities" esses' mother, Mrs. Lottie Solomon, served a delicious lunch. The next meeting will be held at the home of the Harcom sisters. COTEIUE CLUB WOMEN GIVE INTERESTING PROGRAM The Coterie Club was entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. W. E. Kelly at her home in South Ninth street, Greenwood. AH members were present and participated in an interesting literary program, in charge of Mrs. William E. DeBolt. Each responded to the roll call with a Biblical quotation. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Mrs, David E. Foltz. A program on "Home Economics" will be given at the April meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. DeBolt in South Tenth street. Chorus Dines At Presbyterian Church; 50 Attend MISS MARY EUTSEY BRIDE OF FRED KRE1NBKOOK Announcement Is made of the marriage of Miss Mary Eutsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Eutsey of Paradise, and Fred Kreinbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kreinbrook, also of Paradise. The wedding took place Friday evening, March 17, at the parsonage of the Paradise Evangelical Church. Rev. A. M. Gahagon, pastor, officiated. MRS. ANNA LUTZ HOSTESS TO WEDNESDAY XITB CLUB Mrs. Anna Lutz entertained the Wednesday Nite Club at her home in West Green street. Cards were the amusements. Mrs. William Grieve ·won tho draw prize and Mrs. James E. Schell, high award. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be held Thursday night, April 33, at the home of Mrs. J. D. Mortimer. HAROLD WALKER SEMANS ·WEDS BROWNSVILLE GIRL Announcement is made of the rnar- riage of Miss Nancy Wright Morcland of Browntjvilie and Harold Walker Semans of Uniontown, Friday, November 25, 1938, at Cumberland, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Semans nrc residing at Brownsville. Members ol the Connellsville Male Chorus, sponsored by the Presbyterian Church, met around the banquet board with their wives, sweethearts and guests at the Presbyterian Church dinmgroom last evening and heard the organization of singers extolled as filling a definite cultural need in Uie city. President William Thomas presented John Davis as toastmatter. The latter interspersed witty re! marks with many kind words in introducing the speakers, Including Judge Ros S. Mattev.-s and Superintendent of Schools Will.am G. Davis. Superintendent Davis was credited with "lathering" the men's chorus, he having been a guiding spirit in its organization while principal of the High School during the late 20's. The chorus blossomed into a sturdy body, withered away and died shortly after Mr. Davis left for other fields, and defied efforts k revive it until the last couple of years when the active backing of, John Davis and men of the Presbyterian Church accomplished the result. 'he chorus, which at the toastmaster's suggestion adopted the name of ConnelUville Male Chorus, is enjoying its most successful year. Women of the church served dinner to about 50. George Laing directed the chorus in a spiritual and a patriotic ) number and Herb Ellis led the entire group in singing popular songs. Mrs. C. E. Rothlisberger was at the piano. The chorus is scheduled to sing at the Calvary Methodist Protestant Church, its second appearance m Uniontown, within the next low weeks. SCOTTDALE, Mar. 25.--Attorney Wooda N. Can- will be the speaker at the Wednesday night meeting o£ the Scottdale Inter-Recital Fellowship to be held at the Arcade Theatre. The program will be in charge of the representatives of the different racial and religious groups of Scottdale. Music will be furnished by the band from East Huntingdon Township High School, with the Scottdale High School taking part. Union Lenten Service. The Girls' Choir of the First Baptist Church furnished music at the union Lenten service held Friday evening at the church at which time Rev. L. Spurgeon Clark of Uniontown, who has been preaching there this week, talked on "The Golden Age When Christ Shall Return to Earth and Reign." There WES a very good attendance. Lily Service Easter. Mrs. O. L. Baker and Mrs. J. V. Stoner have appointed a committee in charge o£ the Easter lily service on Easter Sunday morning at the Methodist Episcopal Church. The service is an annual custom at which lilies are placed at the altar by members of families or friends who wish to remember some person who has died. The list of don- [ ors, as well as the person or persons in whose memory the flowers have been placed, will be read by the pastor, Rev. .1. E. Lutz. No Drill Monday. Announcement was made Friday that there will be no drill for the Service Company, 110th Regiment next Monday evening. The next regular drill will be held April 3. Plan Church Service. Troop No. 2, Boy Scouts of America, is planning n church service to be held Palm Sunday evening in Trinity Lutheran Churdi. All Scout, scouters, fathers and mothers are invited to attend. It is a part of the new program in the district. Baptist Program. Wednesday evening has been designated as a busy one at the First Baptist Church with the board of deacons meeting at G:45 o'clock to confer with candidates for church membership. At 7:30 o'clock there will be a devotional service and business meeting. Vesper Service. A Lenten Vesper service will be held at 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening at the United Presbyterian Church, at which time a Bible drama "The THE mrriATivTB is TOUBS IF YOUR PARTNER has had a chance to double the opponenta' game contract and has not done so, the decision must be made for the side by you. If you are pretty sure your side could rqot make its contract, in case you over-bid the other side, your problem' is still not settled. Do you think the enemy can make their contract? lit the answer is yes, you still have A problem. You of course will not double them In that event, but will consider only the question of a sacrifice. How msjiy points will it probably cost you"! If -less than the value of the hostile game, go ahead and sacrifice. (Dealer: North. Neither side vulnerable) East opened this deal with 1- Spade, West bid 1-Ko trump, North 2-CIubs, East 2-Spades, South 3- Clubs and West passed. North was satisfied to let the 3-Clubs alone, but East now revealed his six-four division with a bid of 3-DiamondE. South, having made one free bid, thought he had better wait to see What his partner wanted to do, so Copyright, I9J9, K*oe passed. West then shifted from 3- Diamonds to d-Spades, North called i-Clubs and Bast 4-Spades. South again felt he had already pictured about all that he held, so passed, a* did West. North reflected that hi» hand was very weak against spadea. ao sacrificed at 5-Clubs, which East doubled on general principles. By leading the spade A, shifting to diamonds, and West then shifting to hearts, the defense took the flrat five tricks, setting the contract two, for a score of 300. It was profitable to North-South, however, for East would have made his 4-Spades, losing only one trick in trumps, one in hearts and one In cluba. Monday's Problem * 10 8 2 !S 9 g 6 S ·» J 10 6 2 * 9 7 Coroner's Jury Inquiries inio Four Accidents dren had stepped only a short time before to visit a neighbor. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 25.--A. herd of cattle trampled Joseph Stanislaw.bl, of Dunbar township, to death on February 9 in a field near Vanderbilt, according to a verdict of a coroner's jury Friday afternoon. The victim had been in the employ of Martin 'Melega on a farm in Dunbar township. Failure to appear at the evening meal started an investigation which led to the discovery of the body in a field where the man had been pasturing a herd o£ cattle. Charles Gleason, 56, of Elliottsville, died March 18 of injuries received when his car, which he was operating, turned over and pined him beneath the wreckage, the jury found ] .n another case. In the death of James Hunter, 67, of Washington township, near Fayette City, the verdict was "a portion of poisonous cleansing fluid accident- j ally self-inflicted." The man died at us home on February 18 after, it was reported, he had taken the poison by mistake. From testimony heard, it was found that John William Turner, 30, of Wharton township, came to his death on February 7 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The victim had used single barreled shotgun to end his life in the kitchen of his humble home from whfch his wife and chil- (Dealer: South. East-West vulnerable) If South gets into the crazy contract of 4-Spades doubled here, because of his partner's psychic bidding, and West leads the heart 2 to the A, what heart should East return and why, if during the auction his partner had bid clubs ? Fwrairt Syndicate, Inc. PARTY TUESDAY MIGHT FOR ADAICI NATURE STCDY CLUB Mrs. Sydna Smith will entertain members of the Adahi Nature Study Club and their friends at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at her home in South Pitts-burg street. Five hundred and Chinese cjieckcrs will be the diversions. Resurrection Proved," will be given. Fellowship Leaders. Dorothlea Wissingcr and Mildred Schwartz will be leaders at the Fellowship meeting at 6:30 o'clock Sunday evening at the Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church. Girl Scout Party. A birthday party for Troop No. S, Girl Scouts, will be held at 7:30 o'clock March 30 in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Each member may bring two guests. An interesting program is being planned. School Band Rehearses For County Event ConneUsville High School Band yesterday completed a week of strenuous rehearsals in prepniation for the competition in the annual Fayette county eliminations of the Pennsylvania Forensic and MUMC League this afternoon at Perry Township High School. The group of Coker musicians, 70 strong, is the largest Class A band entered in the competition. Uniontown with 6G members and Brownsville with 65 rank in that order. Brownsville carried ofT top honors last year \vjth Connellsville in second place. Bandmaster Richard K. Gingrich has spent many hours drilling his players and the results have plensed him greatly. He will lead them in the playing of the required number, "Morning, Noon and Night," by Von Suppe, and the selected number, "III Guarny," by Gomez, \ The band competition gels under way at 1:30 o'clock and will last un- Ul about 4:30 o'clock. The order in which the bands will play will not be determined until (his afternoon when they will draw Cor position. The vote of throe judges will announce the winner. Waiting for "Dixie" to gat all hoi and bothered about so-cattsd Mow-cost' insurance --figured Ifcai 1 cowW save a third, maybe, on my prtm\mt But when the agenl of the National Rra btMf- ance Company of Harl/ord showed milhai buying insurance in. a sound stock fire insurance company mean* lavina to* * lot of possibly costly headaches, 1 saw $ocxJ sorse in staying w/e- "I buy insurance for j complete relief from any financial aibility. Experimenting wiHi low tos* n*w ance might mean that I eonH be (eft out on the end of a limb some fine day--and that's whsf I tten'l want. Betov* me, good, sound stock insurance, ·written by the National Ftro agent, o*#s ray vote every time." J.DONALD PORTER INSURANCE First National Bank Connellsville, Pa. Phone 768. This picture of Hope Dare waa taken in Supreme Court, New York, where her fiance, J. Richard "Dixie" Davia, was sentenced to one year 3n pnson for criminal conspiracy charges which also trapped Tammany Leader James J. Hines. Hope said she and "Dixie" would be married "as soon aa possible." Minimum Salary Of $1,700 Yearly for Police Officers Caroline Walk Fetccl. Mrs. William Walk gave a children's party Thursday at her home at Poplar Grove in honor of the ninth birthday of her little daughter, Caroline. The hours were from 5 to 7.30 o'clock. Games were played, prizes being received by Florence LaRue, Helen Cole and Jackie Ebbert. As a tasty lunch was being served, guests joined hands and sang "Happy Birthday." Mrs. Walk was assisted by Caroline's grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Walk, and Mrs. E. M. Cormick. The little honoree received many gifts, among them being a large birthday cake, bdkerl by Mrs. E. M. Cormick. Donald Eari Mason was the or.ly out-oi-to\vn guest. "THE MAYFLOWER" Books Merlin Music As a Special Attraction Saturday .N'lylil, "Tlie Slaj flower" ims en- na.Ted Uie music o[ JACK MERLIN AND HIS ORCHESTRA TIMS organization has played numerous dances locally, but will make this their initial appearance at IJiic popula: night s-pot. KOL'TE 11H. F.VF.IiSOX PA Treasurer's Sale In Westmoreland County on April 3 Special tu The Courier. GREEKSBURG, Mar. 25.--The county treasurer's sale ot seated lands for 1936 delinquent taxes has been llxed for Afcril 3, County Treasurer Alex T. Collins announced. The sale was originally scheduled for August, 1938, but was postponed by an act of Legislature. About 3,000 county properties will be involved. HARHISBURG, Mar. 25.--A House committee reported out affirmatively a bill providing for a minimum salary of $1/700 annually for patrolmen in third class cities. The bili, sponsored by Representative David P. Reese, Jr., Republican. Dauphin, would provide an annual increasment of $100 a year after the first year. This increase would be limited to seven years. It provides further that the compensation ot any patrolman now employed shall not be decreased. CARLOAD! NGS CHURCH GROUP MANAGER JAILED AS EMBEZZLER PITTSBURGH, Mar. 25.--Michael J. Yubasz, Jr., 53, of Homestead, pleaded guilty of embezzling $13,560 from the Greek Catholic Union of Russian Brotherhoods and was sentenced from one to five years in jail by Judge Heber Ditrlch. He was manager of the organization's printing department. George H. Komlos of Homestead Park, financial secretary of the union, was sentenced to serve one to five years on a charge of embezzling 58,500 from the union. Yuhasz told the court he had given most of the money to needy friends. Ho has repaid nearly hnlf the sum alleged to have been appropriated, his counsel said. Son Born to Holdcns. A son, tipping the scales at eight nnd a b.ilf pounds, was born this morning tu Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holden at their home in East Francis avenue. Tile baby, the first child in Uie family, is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Holden of East Francis avenue ;ind Thomas Means of Hillcrest. Mrs. Holden is the former Miss Sara Means. .GODWIN'S RESTORE THE All the lustre, richness and beauty that was originally in your rug will be brought back. Stains and spots are carefully removed. You'll be pleased with our fine work and the appearance of your rugs. The prices are very reasonable! Telephone for an estimate at once! 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