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March 16, 1938

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PAGE TWO. THW IJAIL.'Y CUUKUSK. CONNtJLibSVlIJLiE. FA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 193S. :CELL Mrs. C/iar/es Anderson Gives Illustrated Talk at Meeting of Junior Culture Club An outstanding feature of the I regular meeting of the Junior Culture Club, held Tuesday night at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library, was an illustrated talk' on Leonardo Da Vinci's picture, "The Last Supper," given by Mrs. Charles Anderson, a member of the duo. In order that her fellow club members could follow her talk more easily, Mrs. Anderson used cards with a reproduction of the painting, among the audience. .The speaker explained the series of. events IcadinRiHP to "The Last Suppcj^. bcginningrwith Abraham and following thc_ course to the Israelites."' She then described the characters. in:^thc;rpictutc,_;-As a whole, her talk "was enlightening-and entertaining.--·_!_. "TV" - ^ ~* - "' Z.A-musical progratnr arranged" by Miss"Virainla"Scott,' was:enjoyedr It was: . Piano "solo, "Moonlight Sonata," Beethoven, Miss-Bearl Keck. . Vocal solos, "O Lord Remember" and "O Master Let Me Walk With Thee," Miss Yolnnda Jasola, with Miss Keck at the piano. Violin solo, "The Holy City," Miss Lois Benford, accompanied by Miss 'Jean Hoover. The program was prefaced by a business session in charge of the president, Aliss Louise Wilhelm. Two new members^'Mrs. Richard Loucks and Mis. Hazel Hirst,'both "of"Scott- dalc, were^rcccivcd. ·""" A nominating committee "compris- -ing Miss Marguerite Spittlcr, chair~man, Miss Ruth Miller, JVIIss Edith ~FIoto, Miss Edna Prinkey,.---was' Delected. .--j; ·- ~ £1 .-· Lunch was served by the follow-^; ; the hostesses: Mrs. Kenneth Louden; · chairman, Mrs. Donald Dull, Miss 3Ruth Blacka, Miss Alice Mae Wil- "liams, Miss Mary Morris and. Miss ^Monica --Atkins"- -pAttfactive^ Saint' -Patrick's'-Day -appointments.- pre- ^vailcd. -Covered with a lace" cloth; ,-the table was centered with a green - "basket of yellow jonquils and graced ·_at cither end with green tapers in ·crystal holders. · j_ The next meeting to be held Tues~day evening, April i, will be feat[ ured by a style show to be presented ^through the courtesy of G. C. David- Miss Wilson Wed Susanna Wilson, daughter of Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, is shown us sho entered tho Church of tho Resurrection in New York City, to bo married to David 31. Hare. Miss Perkins is pictured in the back." " r _ ground. " - ~ -- - - (Central P'reif) N:-C D. ClassWill Banquet at Churc hcTN. C. D. Class of the Firs Methodist Episcopal: Church .wl hold a banquet Thursdaycvcning 6:30 o'clock at the small diningroo of the church. Places will bo la for approximately fifty-five. Hu bands will be guests. "N. C, 0. Si tors" will be reevaled. Officers for the coming year w be elected at a business session. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By Shepard B a r c l a y "The Authority ou AntborittM" THE TKOMP COUl It is not necessary to lead a rump through the opponent's ruarded trump honor toward your i\vn tcnaco In order to capture his. H you arc ablo to time the play of the hand so that, toward the close, you lead tome other suit through him, in which you can over-ruff U he ruffs, you obtain the same result When that timing Is obtained by using up somo of your own trumpi for rudlng, «o that you will shorten your own holding and not bo caught with the late lead In the wrong hand, you arc using a trump coup. And If the cards you ruffed to shorten your trumps happen to be winning high cards, then tho "lay Is called a "grand coup". $ 8 6 5 2 A 2 Hli ambitions were realized by too play, whereas tho others, h»v- ng bid only six, gave up one trump rick and claimed tho rest The alddcr of seven proceeded to trump the lead of tho diamond K with the pads 2. Ho then led a heart to tho 3 and finessed the spado 10. Sow he laid down the spade A, and East's Q-9 holding was disclosed. His next move was to lead o the heart Q, and ruff a diamond. Followed tho club K, overtaken vltli the A and another diamond ruff. Next camo the club 10 to tha Q. When the club J was led, It did not matter whether East ruffed or discarded, for the declarer had tho remainder of tho tricks in either event. Tomorrow's Problem 4 » 54 3 . ( . A Q J 6 4 2 * A Q 9 5 3 f 974 « 10 8 7 5 *85 H. S. A A K J 1 0 6 4 2 V A K 1 0 3 AK10 (Dealer: South. «3oth sides vulnerable.) One declarer tn the duplicate where this deal arose landed In 7 Spades, although most of his com petltorj wore content to play fo 6-Spadcs. TORNADO HITS MISSISSIPPI CITIES; 15 DIE Continued from Paso One. ranging from mild wind disturbance to cyclonic storm at Belleville which reached tornado velocity. Twenty Negroes were Injured at Dcmopolis, where a number of Negro shanties were demolished. Five persons, all whites, were hurt at Mulfia. The low pressure area was believed passing today, minimizing danger of further storms. Cute, Ain't He? 4 K 10 8 3 * A J 10 7 2 4 J 9 6 5 2 » K Q 7 · K 10 3 2 (Dealer: Efut. East-West vulnerable.) What 1« the correct bidding on this deal? B. and P. W. Club's Tea for Senior Girls Changed to April 26 A meeting of the executive committee of the Business and Professional \Vomon's Club was held Tuesday'night at tho home of "tho president^ Mrs. John F. So'uth Pittsburg street. Buck, ' in ·LUTHERAN MISSIONARy STUDY - COURSE TO BE LAUNCHED WITH SILVER MOSLEM TEA -" Mission study in Trinity Lutheran "-Church will be inaugurated Friday ^-evening, March 18, with a silver t-Moslcm Tea, beginning at 8 o'clock ^nt the social room of the church. A -musical program is being planned -and a playlet, entitled "The Sheer 7\Fpy in Giving," will be presented. - The course will cover three mect- ^ings. the first being scheduled for ^Friday evening, March 28. There "will be competent leaders, both men ^and women. The theme for the study 3s "The Moslem World," based on the S"text book, "Mecca and Beyond." -- , The course will conclude with a -special church service on Palm Sun, day evening when all the missionary "organizations of the church will at-, ' tend in a body to hear a message on "The Symbol of the Crescent, Which ·Shall It Bo, the Cross or the Crescent?" -GIRL SCOUTS, TROOP 4, '; WILL MAKE PUPPETS Troop 4, Girl Scouts, of the First Presbyterian Church met Tuesday evening at the church. Ann Kest- ·ncr opened the meeting with Huth, carol Anderegg and Martha Herbert ;as color guards. During the business session the Scouts were asked tto bring an Irish potato, from which puppets will be made, to the next aneeting. During the patrol meetings tscrapbooks were discussed. Z The membership committee "comprised of Mary Jane Sweeney, chairman, Martha Herbert, Betty "Ann Goldstonc, Ruthcarol Andercgg, Lois May, Norma Soisson, Maryrene 'Folcy, Mary Hannah Martz, Audrey ;Smyth, Claire Vcrnon and Louise Tullcy, met with the captain, Miss Martha G. Driscoll, \vho explained ·the duties of the girls. ^ The remainder of the evening was spent making vases and yarn flowers and singing Scout songs. The meet? Ing was closed with the friendship circle and taps. MKS. W. H. HETBICK RECEIVES EASTER GIFT Mrs. Daniel Durie was hostess at a well attended meeting of the King's Daughters Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church Tuesday night at her home in Race street Mrs. Charles C. Mitchell, president, presided. The class voted to give a donation to the Amelia Earhart fund or Thiel College. In behalf of the lass, Mrs. Mitchell presented Mrs. V. H. Hctrick with an Easter gift, lovely gold cross and chain. The serving committee was composed of Mrs. J. G. Cunningham, .Irs. B. C. Burkhardt, Mrs. Harold H. Andercgg and Mrs. Durle. Because of Holy Week, it was decided to postpone the annual tea, honoring senior girls of the Con- nellsvillc and Immaculate Conception High School, from April 12 to Tuesday evening, April 26, place to be announced. The education committee, of which Miss Letta Dull is chairman, will have charge, assisted by the research committee of which Miss Jessie Brooks is chairman. Mrs. Ora Englcka, a member of he publicity committee, presented lans for the next regular meeting to be held Tuesday night, March 22, t the West Penn Model Home. A professor quiz," spelling bee and music are being arranged. The club is invited to a style show ) be presented Tuesday evening, .pril 5, through tho couitcsy of G C. Davidson, for the Junior Culture Club. BETTY KEFFER HOSTESS TO MERRY EIGHT CLUB Miss Betty-KcfTer entertained tho .lorry Eight .Club of the Gibson Jigh School Tuesday evening at her home at South Connollsville. Music, cards and^dancinfi^werc^thc.diver- ilons of the evcnlngcAnnaurfJco.v and Billy Kcftcr playsd~"scveral ?anjo and guitar selections. 'Miss Kcffer served lunch, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Roy Kcfler. Miss Gloria June. Archibald will entertain the club next Monday, evening at her home in'Soulh Pituburg street. .'" C. C. CLASS AVILL' ELECT ' ~ OFFICERS FRIDAY NIGHT The Christian Culture Class of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at the church. Members are asked to bring their lunch. The executive committee will serve coffee. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected and a good attendance of members is desired. W. W. GUILD TO HOLD RALLY AT UNIONTOWN - The annual spring rally of - the Baptist World Wide Guilds will be held Friday, April 8, at the Great Bethel Buptist Church, Uniontown with the guild of that church hostess. Will Meet Thursday. Srilo Lodge No. 103, Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood ~ 'of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Baltimore Ohio Y. M. C. A. £t. Patrick's Day. Dance Thursday, March 17 DIXOMAXS 9 (111 1 Eacl«' Hall Door Prize S2.SO .nSSlONARY AUXILIARY WILL MEET THURSDAY The monthly meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Metho- list Protstant Church will be helc Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock a he church. The nominating committee will submit its report. The iris' Mission Band will haw charge of the entertainment. LUTHERAN-BIBLE CLASS- MEETING-IS'"ANNOUNCED The Ladies' Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church will hold _jts monthly meeting Thursday evening of this week at the social room o! the church. The time is 7:45. Hostess "at Chicken Dinner. Members of the Hear Do Class o the East Liberty Presbyterian Sunday School at Vanderbilt were guests of their teacher, Miss Catherine Brown, at a chicken dinner Sunday Members present were: Jack Dan- ncr, Gorge Cochran, Junior McCracken, William Neil, Benny McManus and Dale Evans, all of Vanderbilt. G. F. Stricklcr of Franklin township, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Col lins and daughter, Mary Elizabeth Collins, ot Grove City College were guests. Shalmer Stephens, Joi Evans and Emery Pratt, mem bers, -were unnble to attend becausi of illness. Will Sleet Thursday. Rev. F. A. Myers 1 Class No. 10 o the Church of the Brethren wjl meet for a social time Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home o Mrs. George-Love, 424 South Pittsburg street, South Connellsvillc. Girls' Mission Band. A short meeting of the Girls' Mis sion Band of the First Mcthodis Protestant Church will be held Thursday night at 7 o'clock at the church. ;ATUERINE FELTONT BECOMES BRIDE OF RICHARD RICHTER Miss Catherine J. Felton of Dun )ar and Klchard Richtcr of Normal ville were married Tuesday after loon, March 15, by Rev. G. W Byrnes, pastor of the Buchanan :hurch,ot God Circuit, 1139 Wcs Crawford avenue. rhllathca Class Friday. The Philathca Class of the Christ ian Church will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the social room a he church, at which time "Sunshin Sisters" will be revealed. Hoslcssc will be Miss Susan Gilmorc, Mrs Roy B. Otto, Mrs. Charles Phillipp and Mrs. George Brindle. AULINE METCALF ELECTED HEAD OF T. M. T. CLUB The T. M. T. Club held its regular iccting at the home of Mrs. Don Slack at South Connellsvillc Tues- ay evening. Six members and one guest, Mrs. Kenneth Balslcy, were ircj.cn t. There was a short business during vhich the following officers were k-ctcd: Miss Pauline Mctcnlf, president; .Mrs. Joseph Kinnick, vice- president; Mrs. Don Black, sccrctary- reasurer. Various games were played, prizes icing awarded to Mrs. Balsley, Mrs. Clark Potter and Miss Mctcalf. Later n the evening the hostess, assisted y Miss June Lee, served a dainty unch in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. Favors were miniature Irish ,op hats. The next meeting will be held at he home of Miss Virginia Largcnt in McCormick avenue. South Connells- villc, the date to be announced later. By PAUL DIX United Press Start Correspondent. BELLEVILLE, 111, Mar. 18.--Federal troops and itate police patrolcd a mile-long path of desolation today where a tornado killed nine persons, injured 50, and destroyed property worth approximately 5500,000. While the tornado was ripping through Belleville and environs late yesterday afternoon, other wind storms, some of tremendous force, were ripping at cities and towns in Missouri, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Kentucky, Iowa and Indiana. In all, including the Belleville dead, 15 persons were killed. But the Belleville tornado was by far the worst and it was feared that some of the 25 critically injured would die. The black funnel roared in from the southwest and cut a path from two to three blocks wide through a residential section. At least 100 dwellings were demolished. The tornado first struck here, then lifted, to descend and hit O'Fallon, a suburb. Trees were felled or uprooted in its path and hurled hundreds of feet. Houses were bowled over. In 'many, Instances only foundations remained. Several were killed when their automobiles were hurled into buildings. In one instance two automobiles demolished a filling station when they were swept against it. The tornado missed the $1,000,000 Belleville High School by scarcely 50 feet, breaking only a few windows. The Union grade school, directly in the storm's path, where less than two hours before 250 pupils had dismissed, was demolished. The telephone exchanges were swamped with calls from outside the city. Telegraph communications, destroyed by the storm, were not restored entirely until early today. John Hoar, Jr., of Brooklinc, Mass., won't bo accn in the manner pictured above when Harvard's Hasty Pudding Club puts on its chow. The bathtub «ceno was ruled out when the cast hold that it would stop the show, "So Proudly Wo Hail." Johnny will dance M a chorine, instond. (Central Prett) Martha Harris' Trial Continued To June Term MONETARY, CREDIT POLICIES AFFECTED BY EUROPEAN CRISIS Continued from Ppge One. ight upset the tri-partitc monetary ccord. Under that agreement, the irec countries pledge themselves to so their stabilization funds to mairt- In currency stability. Imposition of rigid exchange con- ol by France would controvert it. It was considered possible, how- ver, for France to impose a moder- to form of exchange restriction dc- gned primarily to prevent currency, ieculatlon, and yet remain a partner the three nation pact. A tremendous inflow of capital rom .abroad probably would be fol- owed by renewal of gold imports to ic United States. Any incoming old in excess of $100,000,000 in each uarter of the year would be ab- orbcd by the Treasury's gold stcrli- ition machinery. Most of the "escape" money com- ng into tho United States generally nds its way into short-term bank ccounts while a large portion usual- y Is converted into American securi- es. Government economists here feel hat this would be undesirable be- ause it would swell the volume o£ die bank funds and thus broaden he credit base beyond actual needs, nd because foreigners might with- raw their funds at n later date, criously unsettling the stock market y large-scale liquidation. In addition to these problems .ustria owes the Treasury approximately $25,000,000 advanced in the orm of post-Armistice relict sup- tlics. American investors also hold ipproximatcly $41,000,000 of Aus- rian government municipal and corporate bonds. ' 1REENWOOD FORWARD CLASS MEETS AT JONES HOME The Forward Clasi of the Greenwood Methodist Episcopal Church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Albert Jones in East Fairvicw avenue. Twenty mcmbrs and two visitors. Mrs. James Williams and Miss Elizabeth Magdovltz, attended. Mrs. Ira Jayncs led the devotional and Mrs. John Sohonagc, president, look charge o£ the business session. It was announced that a nice sum had been realized from the food rale Saturday. A dainty lunch was served by the committee. Change Meeting Place. PITTSBURGH, Mar. 16.--The proposed meeting of members of the German-American bund in Pittsburgh Friday has not been called oft but the meeting place has. been changed, Dr. Eugene Harsh. Pittsburgh organizer, announced today. Colonial Club Will Meet. The Colonial Club will meet Thursday afternoon at tho home of Miss Laura Moreland on the Crossland road, Dunbar township. Temporary Council President. SOMERSET, Mar. 16.--Councilman W. Guy Critchflcld has been named temporary president of borough council with the death of Dr. Willis D. Fuller, 63, veterinarian, who died in a Cumberland hospital. Dr. Fuller'had served as president since 1932. Falrhope Woman Uici. Mrs. Martha Jane Tiernan, 51. wife of George Tiernan of Washington township, died Monday nt her home near Fairhope. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Thuisday afternoon. Continued from Page One. Judge Corr announced. "However it is not the purpose of this court to set the standard of living for the country." With this statement the cour granted a demurrer by the defense and ended a highly publicized child- neglect case. District Attorney Rcilly protested angrily against the court's decision. "This Is not a question of law bu a question of fact for the jury to de cide," he declared. "If the Cornmon wealth has made no case, then ther never has been, a case 'n this court room." The court firmly replied: "This child was received into th house of which the defendant wa head. He did not assume the lega care and custody of this child so fa as his position as head of the hous Is concerned ... On tho question o food and clothing, it would tic ncces sary to prove wilful refusal to pro vide it." Fcrslilne Leaves Bed. TUCSON, Ariz., Mar. 16.--General John J. Pershing left his sick bed for the first time since he was. stricken with a heart attack a month ago. He was allowed to sit up in a chair 10 minutes. Named Fairhope Auditor. SOMERSET, Mar. 16--Judge Norman T. Boose appointed Mrs. Nellie Mowry of Falrhope, R. D. 1, as auditor of Allegheny township to succeed Anna B. Coughenour, resigned. THasontown Councilman. George E. L. McLeod, real estate operator, was unanimously elected councilman at Masontown, succeeding Owel Diel, resigned. . James T. Rhoades had also sought the office. Hospital Patients. Jesse Glcndenning of Eleanor avc nuc, Scottdalc, Mabel Geary o Champion, Mary Jane White of Arc street and Mrs. Rocco Palladina o Gibson avenue have been admltte to Connellsvillc State Hospital · fo treatment. St. Patrick's Dance 5foo.se Temple VAXDERBILT, PA. Thursday Night, March 17th ilii^ic by Angle Hates' Orchestra Hours: 9 to 1. Admission 50c Dies After Car Hits Tree. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 16--James ilorris, 21, died today in Uniontown Hospital of a broken neck and frac- urcd skull suffered when his car went out o£ control late yesterday and crashed into a tree near McClel- andtown. Two others In the car, Walter Fisher, 19, and Richard Rafer, 20, were taken to the hospital for reatment, but their injuries arc not serious. Stork at Hospital. A daughter was born at 7:23 o'clock this morning at Conncllsville State Hospitjl to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blend of ConnellsyiHc, R. D. 1. Democratic Meeting. There will be a meeting at Kell School House for the Democrats of Bullbkin Township, Friday night, March 18th, 7:30 o'clock.--Adver- tisement.--mar-16-17x Hotel Harpist Dead. GREENSBURG, Mar. 16.--Walter DeSoto, 55, harpist at a hotel here, died suddenly Tuesday night at his room of acute indigestion. TROUTMAN'S SPECIAL.OFFER! 1 Minature and 3 Large 8x10's AII4f For Only $2.0O TIIURS., FRI., SAT. ONLY! Two softly tinted in oils; all unmounted; 2 poses to choose from. No appointment necessary. rhoto Studio--Second Floor. Howard Solomon, Jr., Feted. Mrs. Jessie Freeman Fricdlinc wa hostess at a birthday dinner Sunday at her home at Sunny Dale Farm in honor of her grandson, Howard O. Solomon, Jr., of Scottdalc. Eighteen, the entire family circle, were present. Included were Mr.~and Mrs. W. H. Rlngler, daughter and son, Dr. and Mrs. S. S. DeVaux and son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, H. O. Solomon, son and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Sturtz and daughter. EASTER SPECIAL! Permanent* $1.00 A. FOREMAN BEAUTY SHOP Finger Wave 25c Phone 2038-M SQUARE DANCE WHITE OAK CAHIP ST. PATRICK'S DAY Thursday, March 17th By Dunbar Township Democratic Club Music by "Bub" Yauircr's Old Trail Ramblers Men 25c 7:30 Ladies lOc Back to the Society Bingo System 35 GAM-; ON DOUBLE LAP CARD, 50c (2 Extrn Games Free) WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MARCH 16 . . Shirting S.-35 P. 3f. Promptly ·..:_.. j£AGLES BALL ROOM Come nnfl""ciiJ6}~tlie many innovations Introduced in ConnellsYiHe by. Lillian Bny, -nho ivill personally he in charge of the remaining pnmes of the series!. Evcry'one attpnilinz: ainrcli 1C. will be given n $200.00 Grand Avunl Ticket. ·32*-*-! Greatest Money Saving Event You Don't -Dare Miss It! f * 1 ^j^*^^B B tRklrT* 4" \f ff^ R \H Friday« COURTESY DAY Ou this day j o u can buy at the featured prices that prevail on TROTJTJtAX' DAY, Saturday--it's our way of helping you avoid Hie rush! The inerrfianilisD Js new, fresh and tvnntcd -- for Your Family, Your Home and Yourself. 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