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   Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania                               ii TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSV1LLE, Pa.. MONDAY. APRIL 22, Clark Collins, Civil War Veteran, 90 Years Old, Honored With Dinner Junior Culture Club Will Give Card Party The Junior Culture Club will hold its annual card purty, the proceeds Lo be for the benefit of the eye fund, Tueedsiy evening, April 23, at the club rooms at the Carnegie Free Library. Games will begin at 8 Bridge, five hundred will be played. Follow- ing tiu! sanies prizes will be awarded and lunch will he served. The lit a c fit is one the major social events or the post-Lenten son- son, and because oC the worthy cause for which ihe party is being given It is deserving ot a large patronage. "SV'ar, (iiitctly s! tome in spec lit 1 ciileii! planned [ur I'M tho im.i-d vL-tera1 piveti old. Saturday. Clark or Con- vrtu.un of.the Civil MIL i iu day at hi.s y venue, no L uutt having" 'betml-' evtnt. Oir Sunday i'.onor guest at; ihe- home-of his soil T.L. Doorley, Wife Of Lemorit Celebrate -Silver 'Anniversary CHURCH ATTENDANCE RECORDS OF YEARS BROKEN ON EASTER 0. S, 0. CLUB A2GVVAL The G. S. G. Club will hold ite an- nual banquet at the Harliaugh homo Wednesday evening, April 24, begin- ning at 7 oclock. Members are to meet at the West Penu Tcrmlr.nl not later than o'clock. aid daiiRlitur-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. 0[ J. -K. -rolJin .1 ent mjuyed tho o-.-raaion more than he.- Charing the table was a large birthday cake.- Tlitmuh confined to ot tho time. Mr. Collins is in good b'eulth -for u mnu or -his advanced! years. He keeps in touch jervt evfiits iiy reading the news-1 On Saturday members or his -Mrs. Doorley; Lemon t celebrated their silver; Continued f'-om Page One. together, the responses in die taking on a. new meaning in the chant "I believe ir. the Resurrection of tlie A perfect day. unnmrred by clouds of wimla brought, worshippers In. throng's to the churches, all ot which were crowdo crs finding ing room. "Well rii-i' whom only proudly wi I to nipncHy, lute coin- ifliuulty iu getting seai- ed husbands, wonie of jpcar on such occasions, ted their wives, resplen- ann'iver.sary on'Easter Sun-i Miss Ruih E. Boll, missionary at -None Accompanied by all members of j the mission at Allison, nnd Ralph j family with the exception of a' Artis of Allison, were married- Thura- j .son. Lawrence, who is in Hawaii. Mr. day, April, at tbe home or Her. and jund Mrs. Doorley attended A- y- Hanes or Brownsville. Rev. ins home mass morning at SL Manes performing the ring ceremony. John's Catholic Church ol Union- tow-n With 3Lrs. >V. F. Brooks. The Silver Thimble Club will be 1 o'clock a prettily appointed; family dinner was served, among the i u.7, seme of Vs j "eins Mr. and Mn. P. J. Tor- at his home tu extend consratulalions may' Parents of Mrs. Doorley, and. entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. F. ftrouks at her home, 122 nut street. nsratulalions nlay' Paints aid to wiMi him many more happy daughter. Miss Anna Tommy. 01. _. L.-.C: B. lo Jllnnl. bTrllidays. He was also the recipient j Hillcivfit. xllo L. C. B. A. will meet Wednes- oj k numlji-r ot attractive birthday I- Air. and Mrs. Dourley were married j tov at 0[ [in the Immaculate Conception -Mr. Culliitc.-one of tho monf "widely fot Connellsyillc on April j highly oteemcd nten-of [Toe.v are the pwents of ten cliildrelli: Biuimon (.'lull lo yiect. the' CoimbMsvjlle community, moved I two-sots ot twins among them. The j Tjjc Emanon club will meet Wed- Irom lifs- home jn East Cormeilsvillej cUildren_ are-Lavvrenco in Hawaii, night at the home of Mrs. on avp-nie-a Tew years Mary -Frances, John and Jill, the! jame8 pjjsn in xinth street. West He-resides with a older twine. Pearl. Richard. gjae> Artoa--way. He is of-two Peggy and Pauline, ,the_ yotinger.j -_____ wrto were- mem-! twins, and Ava Anna. .Immaculate Conception Church. bftrs of-tb'e-t'ormer-William F. Kurtz! Doorley was Miss JJaudc tj The Woman's Benefit. Association Post. NO.-104-, Grand Armr of the may before her marriage. Mr. mect evcnhig at Odd The-otner is J. K. Giles_pf -who has'been in the employ '01! peHOws Hall The time is 7-30 South Sixth street. West. Side. Mr. the'II. C..Frtck Coko Company, tor. a ,or are to'be Gijes will be-91 years-" bid wlicHaelina C. Isola To Wed J. A. Petzel, Jr. number ot years. Is mine, auperln- made. tendect at Leinont. 3Ir: and Sirs. Doorley have many Mozart Clnli Tonljhl. 'ln'C6rinellsvme..and vicinity j" AB program viK. feature join in wishing them "many i'the mt'etlng-of the Mozart'Club lo- 1 more', happy wedding anniversaries. I night-at the Christian Church, with Louise Isola of North FJrat: _ Mrs.'Piiso.uaie Gigliotti as leader. street. Sld-o, announces the com-; JOirXSTOX. RTO" There "will be chorus rehearsals at 7 ing marriage of her daughter, Mias I JTAV. WEDS XKirvORk CIRI. o'clock. '.Mcmiiers may bring guests. to Joseph A.) Miss "Irene'-Siillivin. daughter oW- Tetwl. Jr., at Mount Pleasant." TJie: Mr. and Mrs.'Robert K. "Sullivan Attend hevhiil Services. take pla.'C Monday, Jamestown, X. Y., and Henry D. About 25 members ot the Tri-Town Ann) 19, at bt Kitas Catho.tc Johnston, son of Mr. and Mre. John llollnesa Gr Ch" P. Johnston of Mill Run. were mar- oup attended-the Naza- evangelistic services Sunday of the and wife will have charge of the -.111 mi.- ium nut; will UIIUIKC ut Lilt: spend their huney- SPnior class o. the Jamoslown Hlgh for two weehfl at Walters. :Tomc aHer Ma'v A only attendant was' burg. The holiness group will at- Mies Mildred Powell, a classmate, tend the service in a body on Friday TWIX KKOTHEKS SHAKE Franc'.s Johnson served as .1 TIJI.l I IK.Jt.-' .TII.1IVC, V t AV-SUKPRISC BIKTIIIUY I'AKTY Jest man. A birthtlay surprise party was held The bridegroom, who has ais evening. The next liollncas meeting will be Tuesday evening at Lhe many' home Mr. and Mre. Bert McLaugh- J3. U1J SU1 III IDC WftS I1C1U lit at .the home of Mr. .-nd Mrs Henry ls wcl1 known at Jamestown fln of Vanderbilt. Harshmaa of Breakn-ck road Satur-' an d'etrichm; the preeent day evening. The affair was arranged the couple will reside at Mill Run. In-rrnise In Strike: by Mrs. Henry Harshman and was in Oue8'3 a' "ic wedding were Miss nu April Bernice Freynjeyer, Miss Lillian Disntitins claims that Govnrnment In- Carlson, Kenneth Appleqtiist Paul Dean. honor of the birthday of Mr. Hareh- mai and hU twin brother, William Harshman. uf Breakneck. The eve- ning ivas spent at and music, George Keefer and J. V. Lytle provid- the music. The birthday cake was all. Qulltlnf: CIuli J The Frlduy Night Quilting Club baked by Miss Gertruae Sauer. niece nold jls meeting at the home of Henry Hurshman. The cake was of Mrs. Lyda Unt at LjbeJ.tT on Kri. -'Wen'-T with a KMli attendance candles on each tier, making sixty in o! members and two guests, Mrs. At- The honored received len Unt ot and Mrs. Har- toir "a Tuth Awas Slver- a' rs iman and. sionfi- Katheriae Patterson re- ceived first bingo prize and Mrs. J1. Love secoctl. Mra. Harry SUallen- won the consolation--award. Mrs. Ida Hunker was. club donated by Mrs. J. C. Jacobs. The hostess served a delici- ous lunch, assisted in-law, Mrs. Allen Lint anil Mrs. Har- old Lint. The next.meeting place I will; be.-amiouncea; iajer. and tervcnlion lias intensified labor un- rest, the Twentieth Century Fund re- ported a decrease In strikes nnd striker.-i during the period of XRA, but warned nn increase unless tho functions of Section 7-A and of Gov- ernment labor hoards are clarified and strengthened. Hazel LeichlUer and vrs. Fred Wiant. About flftj'-seven guests were pres- ent.- Those from out-of-town were Mrs-. Minnfe Mocohon and daughter, Nettie, of Scottdale. Before leaving the guests all Joined ;n singing "Cod Be With You Till Wo- Meet by request ot Henry Uarthman. IJ1KNE VANCE UHlilK 01' MfLTO.V BEKHN Aunouuctnieiu i.s nnide of the niar- Xiagtof Miss Gladys Irene Vance, and Cfaesloa Alilion Berlin. Pitts- "burg, the ceremony bning solemnized Thuietlay IS, at o'clock at the Homewood Presbyter- ian ;_ Church at Hoinewood, Rev. George Long officiated. Tho bride is a daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. J, I. Vangp.ot Pittsburg, of Con- Tho bridegroom is a for- >ltSaT ouljC Berlin of Erie'." was' best -man. Mr; Berlin left by motor for UM eastern-'th'p. They will be at homd after rjlay 15" at Lemoyne avenue. Mount Lebanon, Pittsburg. Out-of-town, guests .it the wedding Mr.-'antl A. -Jlay and daugnters, .Frahcei au-t Lois, of con- Georgfr N'ei- soa of- Kretl Berlin of Erie. it Annoiinreil. Announcement of engagement of Miss daughter of Dr. arid Mrs. A. T, Murray of Xine- van, to Harold jay- son, 5011 of Mrs. A. X. JaytJon of Xe.w YorkiCtty, at a party given Saturday afternoon by Miss Dorothea Driscoll at her home at Untonlown. The is a former teacher in the Ella Peach School of Vniomown. rirsf U. B. Meetings; j The Otterbeia Brotherhood ol the First United Brethren Chrch will meet Tuesday night at Fellowship Hall for its regular meeting. The I election of officers and travelogues as j well as other features "will be in- cluded on the program. The Willing Workers Class will have a business meeting in connection with the brotherhood. j The regular, meeting dC the Wo- mens' aid .be" neKl TVed- i nesday the cloee.bf the mid- j weet prayer'service..' Residing: at >'ew Springdale. ..Mr.jand Mrs, Walter'Mayberry, who were recently, married, home in a Apartment at Sjttrmgdale.. Mr. Mayberryls an em-- ploya Pena" Power Com- pany. who Miss Laura MQC.lasfeey before her marriage, was a supervisor at the Citizens Gen- eral Hospital at Xew. Kensington. I -To The Women's -Mission Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the chapel. Mrs. James B. Bisel Is leader of the program and Mrs. John I May is to be devotional leader. There j will be installation of officers and I annual reports given. All women of tho church are invited. Who'.- IVIio (lull. Thff Who's Who Club will meet to- morrow night at the home of Mrs. B. r Lincoln at Smith Co-i'i-'lsvillc-. s CuticuraTal Cooling Refreshing Medicated witb fragnint, balsamic oils, Cnticora dusted on after the bath or .is a finishing touch to the toilet, in refreshing and Instantly this euper- talcum touches the akin these their soothin-. work and TOUT skin protected against irritation. Auxiliary io Meet. The Ladles' Auxiliary to -the Soutli Cormellsville Volunteer Fire Deparj> inept will, meet tonight o'clock at the 'firemen's business jeseipn will. Jbfl_JnllD.wed. by_ Asocial-period.'" JTk.JSc. ;i Einrortli League Actrvlties. "Xlie.cabinet of Lhe-EpwoftH League ..I of'" Uie Firsl.'. Methodist--Episcopal Church wnrraeet tonight ot Lyell Williams In. -Vorth" Jeffersoa street: The league orchestra .-will Imve charge of a uutsic social In the i-hurcb soyitil room at S.o'clock. The iunc-li connuittee consist's ot Mrs. i Clarence- Yaw, Chairman', Nellerode Welling, Betty King and Marguerite Use OUT Classified (1 en t in lius ter finery. Xew t rocks and siiii.s, adorable and gorgeous coraages oC many hues lent a color note to the worshipping congrogaUone, joyous "t the ciosc of the Lcnlcn season and the promise of springtime. Severn I hundred persons gathered on tho farm at Mountain Height, alons the Springfield pike. unar Pleasant Hill for tho sunrise service sponsored by the phalanx Fnue-rnity and the Gradate Sororitv. with min- iatera oC the city participating. In contrast with other years, Uio sun shone brightly, though a child wind swept, the nlace. Thomas DeBolt was Icador of the acrvice.. Kev. C. H. Bloom led the singing of Easter hymns. Prayer was offered by Rev. L. S. Elliott. ROSH J. Medea It led the responsive Scrip- ture reading. The speaker of Lhe oc- casion was Rev. A, H. Mausberger. Rev. R. K. Shobcr closed the service. Kdna Chnrlesworth played the sons accompaniments on a portable organ. The attendance at the unified vfce of Sunday morning at the Kirst United Brethren Church broke all rc- corde in 30 years. Fivfe hundred sixty wore present. membera were into the church and IS prior to Easier, making a total of 51. Seventeen re- ceived the sacrament of baptism. At the evenh.g service a vested choir, undtr the direction of Carl T. Ans- tlne, sang "Joyous Bells of by Carrie 13. Adurr.n. Easter Sunday was' an important day at ihe Method tat Protugiant Church, with overflowing congreRa- Houfi morulnK and evening, necessi- tating thfi use of the Sunday acboo! room in accornrocdiite the worship- pers. Sunday attendance was 171. a record nuinM.'r. Nineteen were Imptued hy tho Hev. A, R. Mansberger, and -J') were received in- to church membership at the morn- ing tjervlcp. In the evening a fiin- tftta, "Easter was presented hy the Sunday ediool. under the cnm- o! Mrs. S. T. Hertford. Mrg. W. T. Smith and MTH. W. F. Rrooka. The platform presented a garden sot- tins, and the audience was taken back to the events in the mlnUtry of JOSUK in the years A. D. 30-33. The dny'p offerings amounted- lo between and J600. Kufitor e records of sever- al years worn broken at the Christian Church, R''v. C. JL Bloom, pautor. At tho niorninf; sorvji-o Kev. Bloom WHS assistwl by Dr. Henry Hampton Hal- ley, Bible rr-ador. In the evening Dr. Ha I ley continued :ho Bible recitals, reading from memory part ot the book of Genesis. It was bin Una! fip- pearancp, at the Christian Church. To- night, the Ghrletian-UapUHt services will be transferred to the Kirat JJnp- Church, Hev. J, S. pastor. Dr. Hulley "will appear each night, including Sunday. State Master Will Speak to Perry Grange Tuesday Tuc Pcrrynnolis program will be presented Tuesday evening at S o'clock at tlie Ohrislinn CJnin'li nt Pevryopolls, ai which time A. .1. Boalc or GafUle, ElJUe grange master, j will speak. j The program to bo carried out j lows: j Welcome snng, rerryopolis Grange, j Oration, Robert Palonde.r. t Qnnrlot. RoBlvaver Grange. j Reading, Miss Denny. Afidi-oxa. by A. J. Bonk n'. New j Cattle. master. i Solo, William Gaskill. I llenedlctiun. Rev. L. Kin .T. Lloyd Krepps, master of the has1, grange, todny extended an innintion lo the public and all granges from the surrounding commur.lly. Miner Killed, Nine Wounded in Clash Sl'Kl.NGFIKLD, III.. April war of the- coal lielils l.hal. 1ms taken .15 JivBs and cost more than in throe years smcr.ilderod to the vertfn or n'conflagration today. Rtau> authorities sutiovviwd arm- inK ami posting of guards at strategic points Uiroiighoul tho state while they ir.vesUgntecl a slreel shooting in SnringneJd yesterday in which one minor WBP and nine wounded. Fred Thomason, a member oE the United Mine Workers of America, was held one the alayws. Warrants cr.a.vglns first degree mnrder also were issued Tor Riiy Kdmiindson or Bcnton. 111.. stale president of the U. M. W. A., an of the American Federation ot and William Furlow, an- other member. Tliomasnn named the other two as his comoanionE in a motor car from and revolver bullets spewed into a crowd of members o? llio Progressive Miners ot America, ;i "rebel" offshoot of the okler union. The shooting was in front of a building near the old state i-.apltol in which Progressives just had met to riisrusf picketing a Springfield mine ofthe Peabody Coal Company. A group of the conferees loitered, conversing. I before their headquarters. The side- walk was ailed with Easter prome- nnders. Without warning, so far police learned, guns began roaring in a passing motor car. When it aped aro-.ind a corner 10 seconds later Kward Maine, 4'1, an organizer and leader ot the Progressives, lay dead on the pavement with seven wounded men around him. The death car collided around the corner with another cur. Two oc- cupants fled in a taxicah, another on foot. Thonrnson was arrosted in hi.-- home after the cab driver reported l.o police. V'iiinl-. Iujnri's IS. j .lililcil CtninliTtVltrr. LOS A.N'CiELKS, April When UKCKLHV. W. Va.. April D. C. M. (Vmly faimed ?.t Hit wheel Viilk-iinl. ''.7. who. Kcdira] said, tried '.n a Plato from n prinlinfi company "wliii.li print of iii-- tin- car plowc-i! in- a mass (if ncik-slviiins. injuring 13. Use Oar Classified Ads. Costs small. Results MR. DANCE TONIGHT 3 In HALT. i'eadiurjng: IVnliy Hemlrickson Ton Dollars Will He filvun Awny Why Pay More When You Can Get a Plate Here for as linv ns Other Plates Extractions 50c JlolliarKl the six-year molar is often mistaken fov a temporary tootli. Bring your children in for a free examination. DR. FOX JHt. KLEIN DENTISTS 112 W. Crawford Avenue, riioiie 1981. jr> bills" of jailed on churls FOR HOME Citloniil, boaulilnl Icriiu and dosig-ns iliat privc your liumc ln- rrpiisrd allnu-tiveness ami conn'orf, in sum- mer. FOR OFFICE a n fl stores will make ilH'S'e build- ings inviting Phone 9645 FISHER'S 310 South PlttsburR Street Friendly, Liberal LOAN Service Well put as much as in your possession within 48 hours...and then give you as long as 20 months to repay out of your income, in convenient monthly installments. You are charged only for the unpaid part of your loan, and only for the period you keep the money, so you control the cost. Reasonable charge. Come in, write, or 'phone today. PERSONAL FINANCE CO. 113 W. Crawford Ave. Over rbone Connellavllle, Pa. AUTO, FUKNITUKE CO-MAKER LOANS GENERAL ELECTRIC WRINGER Control starts and slops rolls applies and relieves pressure directs drainboard. illustrated also features ACTI- Permanent Lubri- cation, and Quiet MADE 8f GENERAL ELECTMC AT BRIDGEPORT, COHH. Mode! 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