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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaPage torn. The daily cot Tuer a. Saturday december 4, 1943. Rev. Patrick Cullen Speaks at dinner Given by sacred heart altar society the Parish Hall of sue red heart Church Dawson was the scene Wedgie Day evening of a Large and enjoyable social gathering. The occasion was the annual covered dish dinner served at 7 o clock of the altar society of. The Church. The beautifully appointed table was i Idun with a variety of delicious food. The Centrepiece was a Cluster of american flags in a Crystal Holder while Aci orning Cit if end of the table were reel candles i Green Crystal holders carrying out the Christmas colors. Rev. Justin j. Gallagher c Birch pastor presented the guest of the evening Rev. Patrick Cullen assistant pastor the immaculate Conception Church of Connellsville. Rev. Cullen gave an excellent talk on and in behalf of the Allar society miss Marie Seibert thanked him Lor his address which was in its entirety. A business session pre i sided Over by miss Seiterle Wasi Heid. A report of a party held j recently by the society the Benefit to have been a great Suc Cess. Approximately will be realized. Miss Seibert gave Rev. Gallagher a Check for s150, for the Church Treasury. Election of officers resulted As follows president. Mrs. Thomas putting Hon vice president. Mrs. Frank Batronis Secretary treasurer mrs. J. C. Keffer reporter and chop lain mrs. Charles Gaal. Mrs. Gaal and mrs. Keller were re elected. Hints on Beauty by Helen Jameson mme. Qui Vive Barclay on Bridge by Shepard Barclay smart travel Blouse authority on authorities Cue bid on some hands even when your Side is us ing the Blackwood slam bidding convention there Are plenty of times when some other method should be applied to a hand. That is True when you have a Diane suit and Are More interested in learn ing about some particular Ace or King than about knowing How Many of them your partner holds. An Ace in the suit in which you Are void is of no Quick use to you where the Ace of some other suit May make your slam contract air ight. Cue bidding is Best for such i an Els. 4 10 k a a 7 r 1085 a q 7 6 dealer North. Vulnerable. North South on complexion packs is a game can play. Complexion packs. J women love to smear tilings on their faces. When papa comes games were enjoyed prizes be Home in the Middle of the after ing won by mrs. John e. Smith noon because lie has the mrs. Julia Mistlebauer and mrs. And finds the wife with som Cal ing p. Orlando. The draw award. Johnt Lonks like breakfast foot in North 1. 1 v 2. 3 East South pass pass pass pass pass pass 64. 3 0 4.0 4 it 6 it West pass pass pass pass pass 3. T v pass 3 pass a puss 4 pass 4 y pass 4 41 pass 5 4, pass 7 Plain Straightaway bidding was used at the first table so the Best that South could do was guess his Best spot and 6-diamonds seemed to be it. At table 2, where this duplicate hand was dealt South used his Blackwood 4-no Trumps to find out that North had one Ace. He then decided there should be As Many tricks in no Trumps As in diamonds weat scored his heart a quickly to hold the Declarer to just his contract. At table. 3, the North South pair also had the Blackwood convention in its equipment but South decided this hand called for specific information. He wanted n grand slam if North had the club a. And Only a Small slam if he did not. Bidding 4-Spades show that a invited North to How his a which was most cheaply show Able. When he called the club a in reply South bid the grand slam. There waa no danger North a Ouid misunderstand the Spade bid and leave it in with four of them he would have rebid hearts. Your week end lesson under what circumstances should a member of a pair which j is using the Blacks Ood slam convention bid five in the already agreed upon major Suil instead of using the convention or showing aces by Cue bidding distributed by King features Syndicate. Inc. Went to mrs. Mary Addis. Officers elected by Alverton society of the the monthly meeting woman s society of service of the methodist Church its worse form spread Over her face we Trust he will to Ful and not make smart she is fulfilling a Beauty duty. If the baby sees the mama in oking like that he will probably on the floor and scream. So we suggest that when face packs advice to the lovelorn by Beatrice Fairfax b Amous authority on problems love and marriage. Distributed by King features Syndicate inc of Alverton was he hid thursday evening at the Home of mrs. E. B. The devotional program theme when you Corne bring was in charge of miss Christen applied the ceremony privacy a Are take p. Ace or pc a looks looks take parents advice for Early dear miss Fairfax they be been making two years ago i met the boy out ail right. I love my boy i m now going with and we have Friend so much 1 Don t feel As if been in love with Sacii other Ever i can wait until after the War. Since. He s now 19 and 1 am 16. E. W. R. We want to get manned but i m what your parents and be when herself. A face mask that to give smoothness skin one that has been Flayer by hesitating because of our Ages friends think about your marriage charge cold weather or has rumpled he recently went the coast at sixteen they know the boy Ruth ohm. It was into because of Sim i guard and in his last letter and would be in a be iter position hymn a prayer Lor peace. J digestive disturbance is made by asked me to marry him on a satisfactory answer to b Ewar snip of Etc lae mixing Rich top Cream and Almond next furlough. I answered hts your . If your parents by Alice Alden if you hav nostalgia for the Happy Holiday trips that used in be or you Are Day dreaming about the trip you Are going to take some Tim after Victory then this in Duli Niti by slated Lor your wardrobe. la pc see de signed this Clover travel Blouse it is of silk and is printed with a design built around International hotel lands that reach from can Ada to Cairo. It is amusing and very smart with skirt or Slacks and charming with a tailored suit. Gala 1, letter and told him 1 would Vou think i be done Cream until you have a Nix Liny girl i Thi consistency of whipped i i Cream. Spread it on a Clenn friends Are do think Well of this Young All you d probably be Safe in going marrying on with your plans. Mrs. E. B. King. Meal. Put two heaping Tespo prayer Circle conducted of the meal in a Small mrs. George Felgar. I add Tymn of come aj1 be Faith Jure Thi scripture Reading. Surface read your my Stern Story make decisions when Soldier returns Home. Prayer of thanksgiving Lor for Twenty minutes then remove dear miss Fairfax would t be a Good idea for me Leader followed by with warm water. J r have Beon going with a Young u be away when he comes Home. New need or Christ be Jhm t by a former sweetheart and Are both mature adults but the just could t be sure i loved unrest and unsettled affairs of the hot i of the Church the need for the u. S. C. In Pitts optic org were elected As follows president mrs. W. M. Hill vice president mrs. Henry ohm re cording Secretary mrs. George Fol Jar corresponding Secretary mrs. William treasurer. . Charles Parry. The presi Dent appointed the following Sec retries local Church Sherrick. Activities Irene Over the Gauze place steaming applications. Moist Gether with the oily heat to Content of i him. 1 about seven months ago world seem to have ate Teri he More than it has the younger m. B. The Cream and the soothing the army and since then ones of the meal form a grand i have discovered How intensely Bina Tion for facial love Lim jul Honas changed. The steam makes the in ask More 1 says he in t sure that he loves no 1 would t be away when. Penetrating. Me enough to marry me. There s the Young Man returns on fur. This is a Nice game for two a girl near Camp whom he you be grown to care few state Farmers assured of Gas Supply Paramount Bowling league will hold annual Christmas party wednesday dec. 8 program 1 till in Najil Jill the Lumail ii off isl i Church waa ln-1 l in Hie . Conducted pm no a in of bal s of us w. M Huey acting i Hiram Nuiji Bowling la Golff i hair manual Christmas y wednesday Etc Ning dam t a at be White mouse near Scot triage. With if he Columbia team Host dinner Vil be served at 7 Nunci Mchors Are to go on f anti Street car leaving terminal a o clock. members not Able to at i if to Natii v one of the Coin Ethel Swift chair a my. Airline boar Riman miss Hull. Mrs Ruth Graham and mrs. Mar Kin Ylli before tuesday. Mill will vim Clivi Ico l. C. Hoover. After n Short All adjourned lit us Cli urch Bine men t Fri a social hour. Lunch at which Covik a sri Laid for one Hundred was he re d at a to repro Sente live of a of or a cry it keeping with Christmas. V3n s. ,mx7j pms for a Siwa Heta to of it. Tunc six of he. Women of the Moose chapter a of Vanderbilt thurs Clay night at Moose Home. The supper will be served to members Moose women plan supper and Yule parly with intervening music _ Sung by a quartet composed mrs. J. W. Collins mrs. S. K Huey mrs. Cecil Wagner and Margard Atkinson with miss Catherine playing accompaniment. The will be cooked by the Sone a Christmas party is planned for sunday evening december 20. Members having children Are to bring and if not they Are to Bethlehem Mary at Tii e to in it a neighbor s child. They Manger camels and shepherds Are to brins two gifts one for Angels with the. World miss hams Clvis and one Lor their Helen Ruth Henry and miss Fuest. The supper and party will scenes of the Mary Dorothy were osterwise. And Joseph. I. D. Your Kin on the Way Frances Charity Faith acrostics. Love and eternal life Soldier j. H. Dunston Sailor Elaine Gore Ruth nurse mrs. Thomas poner. Miss Kathleen Hoover read scripture verses and poetry i be Heid at o clock. Mrs. Patricia Sparrow senior rodent presided Over the business conjunction with the program. By Tony Zecca Harrisburg dec 4 i Zuj his pea yet Anc Sylvania Farmers were assured those taking part in the Tableaux adequate gasoline rations next i were mrs. Gemas miss year under a new program per a Betty Law son. Martha taws a fix Tori Fri Dikiy by Federal agric us miss Var Delia Curtis Mips Betty Tural and uie Olifice of Jean Brooks miss Louise Sleven in mount pleasant married fort hueneme i Rice in Lisburg with James e. J miss son mrs. Ralph Tivitt visit Helen the mrs. Adam Eidemi Lucr Alexandria Greensburg of Leighler Road announce the marriage Henry miss Frances a i s Dorothy , i. D Sneir Dauchler miss Anna Mary Walker chairman of. The Agricula 1 Younkin j. H. Dunston Eidemiller to warrant of lice turn adjustment Agency and Thomas Porter Aid Elaine Guter i Stewart r. , son of mrs mapped out a uniform system de j Muth. Mrs. A Shippy was in signed to Alloi note equitable charge of the Luich and gasoline to banners and avoid administrative listed by John mrs. J. Korsvir was As r. Dunston h. S. Mileage chiefs were i Sechler and mrs. S. L. Fletcher. Present from the seven state opa honorary members Are s. K. Sevan Ion. Eric Pitts o Osle Wiso i. D. Fur a final occasion. By vef a Winston two my he thinks More of me than he meeting May probably Clear up the situation satisfactorily. Of shall i keep on writing and can make up his mind h Linch Loving him or shall 1 Stop both you two girls he really cares for he s coming Home for a Short land you can make your own de girls to play. You steam face i la steam yours. If you obliged to skip your appointments docs of her. For Facia treatments of the general pressure of daily activities and Lack of this Cream and Almond pack will As a substitute. For treatment of blackheads the kaolin pack is a humdinger. T kaolin is our old Friend Fuller s1111- 0-1 Earth made clean. It is used ask7 i 1 to 1 i a cleaning agent for furs and Felts v wild Erblat to Mojo does just As Well by the far about twice a month but he says him during his absence and your furlough and i m wondering u it vision regarding him. Student work mrs. Laura Cunningham. Literature mrs. William Beistel. Supplies mrs. K. U. King. Missionary education mrs. Henry ohm. The ask yourself question Box Ironi the methodist Wom was followed by the Mission Arv Benediction after which a so a Gerki Iosim Christmas Cin hour and a duh Cious two heaping i enjoyed. Mix with Witch Hazel until you the next meeting will be held j have a muss that spreads easily mrs William he Iron u us be Friday evening. January 7, at the j Wash the lace vigorously with hostess to the Junior auxiliary of Home of mrs. Henry ohm. J soap suds Rince with warm saturday afternoon club of Foliar will be Lender j or. Dry spread on the pack. Lei t Vanderbilt tuesday night at her Kerrtu Iraj the ecoling will be in it remain until its starts to at Dunbar she will also str ipalion of officers Anci the pledge i which will be in about Twenty be Leader the program. Chrisl Hehe is s signed for a per maps Home a Soldi that is think of thei ing the so coloured crept front. Pale Satin Are Usei tiny Rhine St cent i evening gown t occasion i party to Welcome Warrior on leave he Way men like r womenfolk dress it is of deep Plum and it is Silt Blue and Luschas i Lor the bodice with be banding for a service. In about be Leader of the program i minutes. Remove with a moist Mas music and an exch cloth dry the skin tap in Cream. Do this once a week cold nge of a ill be features of the eve legion auxiliary will initiate members a meeting of the american i feted on birthday. Lesion auxiliary to Milton l. A Surprise party was Given Post will be held at monday evening at the Home of o clock monday night at the or Ancl my s Robert Johns vew legion Home North Pius urge Corners court Gibson Terrace Street. Mrs. J. E. Lugt. Johns opened j Monaca eng. Mrs. John Hardy president will preside Over the business session. Union lion girl weds. Miss Betty Turner daughter Oliv a. And mrs. Robert Turner of Honor of the birthday of mrs l Uniontown Ancl Russell v. Cuth .-----o.ilin, were son of mrs. Edna Guthrie of Tion chairman requests All mrs. Hers to bring packages in which cards for disabled veterans. Newi attractive gifts. Lunch i a bars will also be initiated. Served. Were married thursday were evening in the methodist Church was at Winchester is. Rev. Thomas i Hawkins officiated. U. S. S. Liscome Bay Scottt Carrier Host american escort Carrier to be lost is the u. S. S. Lis some Bay torpedoed and sunk during tee invasion of the Gilbert islands the Navy department has announced. The Liscome was tie baby Flat top As the u. S. S. Casablanca a no stun of which is Shewn above. The Liscome Bay wan the 01113 ship lost in the Gilbert operation the Navy International news of the Day Paradise special to the courier. Paradise dec. Tic services arc in Progress each night at o clock at the Para a disc evangelical Church and will continue through december 12. Rev. W. M. Minerd of Somerset circuit in tiie speaker. Rev. R. C. Feather is pastor. There have been 15 conversions. Much inter est is being shown in the meet Ings. There is a Junior choir and boys and girls Sunbeam choir. The Public is invited to attend the services. Missionary society meets. The woman s missionary society held its regular meeting and Somi Aniual covered dish dinner at the parsonage wednesday with an attendance of 30. Christmas gifts were exchanged among the Walnut ladies and the society was reorganised for the coming year. Several new members were received. The next meeting will be held at t be parsonage the last wednesday in december. Returns to Hospital. Mrs. Harry Mcconnel who re covered sufficiently to be removed from the Frick memorial Hospi Tal to her Home Here suffered a relapse and was taken to the hos Pital again thursday night. Personals. In incas in thu family of Lloyd Daniels has been diagnosed Scarlet never. The Home is under quarantine. Mrs George Freeman and Mary Hoke spent monday in Scott Lac visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Wylie Zufall employed by the Acme machine die company of Latrobe has returned to work after recovering from a Carbuncle on her shoulder Tara. Slonecker of fiks Burgh spent wednesday evening relatives Here. Mrs. E. R. Whetsel and son Chester of mount pleasant Anil grandson Samuel when Sci who on furlough from a Camp in South Carolina and his wife the former miss Opal freed called friends Here wednesday eve g. The Soldier returned to Camp thursday accompanied by Lis wife who will re main indefinite Jav. Hillbilly of the Hill Bil Hun met thu Home of Reth Ning was of wit having High lunch was so assisted by h Man and Sis All cml Martha Milu Huth Prinke Reth s John miss Anna guest. Tin next at the Homo Ard club Mill run meets y card club of Mill Day evening at the i Johnson. The eve at playing five i Madge Goldsboro so orc. A delicious red by the hostess t Moth r. Mrs. Truer. . Is s. Mares tissue a Madge Goldsboro Betty Bigham and on were present Ruth Ohler was a nesting will he held 3f entry Bigham. 1 r a is in Scran Ion Eric p itts Burgh a Toon a willing sport Philadelphia my Harrisburg. The plan includes expansion of the five member Farnon transport Tiomi committee so As to provide at or More members for each county to represent Farmers in milking gasoline applications. A streamlined worksheet to be used in connection with the Farmers applications fur gasoline is being prepared for distribution. The worksheet Calls for listings of acreage types of farm operations and machinery Power units and work Stock on the farm and oat Side operations including saw Milts cutting and removing Tim Ber and custom work with Power units. Local farm committeemen who have knowledge of farm require ments in their communities Wil scrutinize applications and make their recommendations to local rationing boards. Younkin w. R. Calhoun hem Stone. C. W. Kern and c. M. Ruth Macphail of mount pleasant the wedding took place tues Junior culture club to repeat minstrel instead of the previously plan Ned program 1he Junior culture club will repeat the sewing Circle minstrel at o clock tuesday night at the club rooms car Nicsie free Library. Music for the evening has been arranged by mrs. Harry Witt. All members Are requested to bring old novelties or jewelry. A Rich Carsal of the Cost Wil be held at 8 o clock monday night. Over Bard of Avon preserve America buy War Bonds Europe too had its counterparts to our Library until the coming of Hitler. Today these edifices of education Are n shambles and their treasures destroyed or stolen by the nazi Rob Bers. Chas. A. Mccormick funeral service 306 South Pittsburg Street 85-j phone 85-m girl scout troops report meetings under the leadership of mrs. Eleanor Keslar girl scout troop no. 5 held its regular weekly meeting. The Pii is worked on their badges. Games were played and the meeting dosed with embers and laps. Scribe Doris Sois on. Brownie no. 13, under the leadership of miss Helen to Binson assisted by mrs. Betty Spray held its weekly meeting. Members of tile troop made tur keys Lor the children s room at the Library. After playing the brownies a dancing game from the opera Hansel and led by mrs. Spray the wishing Star and the thankful Turkey were told. The meeting closed with a game one two during which Mem Bers Learned to count to four in Spanish. Keb Kab Lodge meets. Edna Rebekah Lodge met in the Grid Fellows Temple wednesday. Mrs. Irma Buchholz was appointed outside guardian to fill the vacancy caused by the death of mrs. Authea Stafford. Mrs. Bea Trice Armstrong and mrs. Elva Standish will entertain the Mem Bers Friday evening at the Homo of mrs. Armstrong in Penn Street. A Christmas party and a gift Exchange will follow the next meet ing which will be held december 15 at the Temple. Day november 23. At fort Hunet Caval base in California. Chap lain Booth officiated. The Bride attended by he Mother wore a Royal Blue Suil Matching accessories and a Orchid Corsage. Warrant officer John Ford of Louisiana was Best Man. The newlyweds will reside Foi the present at Ventura Cal. Come to la Ricondo s every sunday for Spaghetti dinner we serve steaks chops Chicken lunch and jul Why bar 001 w. Crawford ave. Smart for Bowling and equally appropriate for office Wear these outfits can do double duty it they re Well tired for. Remember to Brush and air clothes after each wearing. When they need dry cleaning Send them to us for gentle thorough Sani toning. Phone 813 the Goodwin co. Inc. Cleaners dyers Connersville. A

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