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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaSaturday May 1, 1965. The daily courier Connellsville a. Page five. Maltas list committees for 65- 66 mrs. William showman newly elected Queen of St. Omer sisterhood no. 288, Dames of Malta presided for the tuesday evening meeting of the Lodge held in the local y. M. C. A. Mrs. Clyde Higbee was belatedly installed As keeper of archives by mrs. Cora Bess col born and mrs. John Malcolm in stalling Marshall. Mrs. Rhesa Shaw Deputy presided for the rites. Mrs. J a in e s Bryner was elected funeral Captain succeed ing mrs. Malcolm who resigned that office. Committees for the coming year were named by mrs. Show Man As follows ways and Marie Wilson miss Fern Sherrer mrs. Walter Fike mrs. Robert e. O Neill mrs. Albert w. Wagner and mrs. Ruey Wolfe. Kitchen mrs. J. T. Mcvey mrs. Edward Dushaw mrs. Estella Piper mrs. Clarence Cole miss Lois Wilson and mrs. Paul Speight. Entertainment mrs. H. R. Dunston mrs. J. W. Snyder mrs. Louis e. Bishop mrs. Don Ald hair mrs. John Mort and mrs. Charles Shannon. Delinquent mrs. Malcolm mrs. Bishop mrs. Earl Durbin mrs. Higbee and mrs. Pearl Clausner. Bryner mrs. Alyce Kessel mrs. R. J. Topper mrs. Glenn Reed mrs. Howard l. Frye and mrs. Charles Spangler. Wilson mrs. J. R. Dunston and mrs. Mcvey. Drill team Benjamin Hall and mrs. Earl Keller. H. R. Dun Eton. Cheer cards were sent mrs. Cole mrs. Bishop mrs. J. R Dunston and mrs. Alice Cork ran All on the sick list. Mrs. Bryner won the door prize. Due to the school of instructions being held tuesday at the Youngwood i. 0. 0. F. Hall the luncheon of the protectors club of St. Omer sisterhood no. 288, has been advanced to monday afternoon. It will be served at 1 . In the y. M. C. A. With mrs. Durbin and mrs. Clarence Danner As hostesses. Class 55 dts to meet monday night the tenth anniversary reunion of class of 1955, Dunbar town ship High school will be held july 24 at Shady Side inn. Members of the class Are esked to attend a meeting at 7 . Monday at be olde inn to further plans for the event. Prospective Bride Cathy e. Coughenour or. And mrs. Charles Coughenour of North Scott Dale announce the engage ment of their daughter Cathy Eileen to Charles h. Faust Iii son of mrs. Dorothy k. Faust of Ruff Sdale and the late Charles h. Faust or. The Bride elect and her Fiance were both graduated from East Huntingdon High school with class of 1960. Miss Coughenour is presently employed in the instalment credit division of old Republic insurance co., Greensburg. Or. Faust received his Bachelor degree from the Bob Jones University Greenville s. C. He is now working for his master s degree at Indiana state College ind. No Date has been selected for the wedding. District w. S. C s. Parley the Connellsville District of the woman s society of Chris Tian service of the methodist Church will hold its annual Spring meeting thursday May 6, in the first methodist Church. Registration will begin at ., and the meeting at 10 The theme of the District meeting will be what is in thy miss Ann Eaton regional Secretary woman s division of the methodist Board of missions will be the speaker. Miss Eaton was graduated from Concord College and mar shall University w. A. She has served in Many capacities in the local conference and jurisdictional Levels. Lunch will be served for which reservations Are to be made with miss Rebecca Camp Bell 306 East Green St. Attend ants will be on hand in the Nursery. Special committee meeting. Mrs. Daniel Fitzgerald is calling a special meeting of her May social committee of court Annunciata no. 260, Catholic daughters of America to be held at 8 . Monday in the social Hall of immaculate con caption Church. Please All members of the family with this tempting dessert. Slices of tender canned pears Are arranged Over a chocolate malt layer then covered with a sour Cream custard and Crunchy filberts. The dry cake mix is merely crumbled with butter to make a Brownie like Bottom crust. A simple custard of sour Cream egg and sugar binds the sliced Pear and cake layer together. Canned Pear and chocolate flavors Are most compatible however you might try a spice cake mix if you prefer. Pear Kuchen 1 1 la. 13 of can Bartlett 1 egg Pear halves 1 cup Dairy sour Cream 1 package chocolate malt cup sugar cake mix cup toasted chopped i cup butter filberts Drain Pear halves slice each in fourths. Crumble cake mix and butter together to consistency of coarse Corn meal. Reserve cup mixture for Topping. Pat remaining mixture into 13 x 9 x 2-Inch baking pan. Bake in 350-degree oven for 15 minutes. Cool. Arrange Pear slices Over cake. Beat egg slightly blend in sour Cream and sugar. Pour Over sliced pears. Mix remaining cup cake mixture and nuts Sprinkle Over top. Bake in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until custard is set. Makes 12 Servings. Dear Abby age old question Abigail Van Buren dear Abby i am a sunday school teacher. One of my pupils mothers told me that a few years ago you had something in your column in reply to a child who had lost his baby brother. She said your answer explained death beautifully on a child s level. If you recall such a letter i would appreciate your printing it again. Thanking you in Advance i am sincerely yours loves children dear loves children i do recall such a letter because of the Many requests i had from clergymen requesting permission to reprint it in their Church bulletins. And Here it is dear Abby my sunday school teacher says that god is everywhere. Please put this letter in the paper and maybe he will see it dear god Why did you let my brother die when he was hit by the car my Mother prayed to you to let him live but you would t. My Little brother was Only two years old and he could t have sinned so bad that you had to punish him that Way. Everyone says you Are Good and can do anything you want to do. You could have saved my Little brother but you let him die. You broke my Mother s heart. How can i love you Peter dear Peter your question is one that has troubled religious men for thou Sands of years. One great thinker wrote e Book about it. It is called Job and is part of the Bible. It says that the suf Fering of innocent people is something we cannot understand. But this much is sure death is not a punishment. It is one of life s mysteries. Speak to your minister Peter. Communicate with god by praying and he will help you in your search for Wisdom and goodness and help your 1 Mommy Happy dear Abby what do you do about these sunday pests who drop in unexpectedly and ruin your plans my husband and i had a dinner Date for sunday evening when these pests dropped in about 5 o clock in the afternoon. My knot headed husband started playing the perfect Host and he poured them one scotch after another. Naturally they stayed and stayed. I was boiling mad at him but he refused to help me get of them. I finally had to go into the other room and Call the people we had a Date with and beg off. After the pests left it was too late for us to go anywhere. My husband claims it was t his fault that these people dropped in. I would like your opinion As to whose fault it was that our sunday was ruined. Still boiling dear still when unwelcome guests drop in and you want to discourage a pro longed stay serve Buttermilk or lemonade. Let the kids make it had your Hubby been a Little More scotch with the scotch you d have been Scot free much earlier. Dear Abby i never thought i would be writing a letter to you but my wife Al ways reads your column so i Hope you will print my letter. I have a Lovely wife and three Small daughters but my wife wears pants seven Days a week from the time she gets up until she takes her Bath and puts on her . S. 1 work in a Plant with All men so i see pants All Day and i would love to see my wife in a dress when i get Home in the evening and i hate those pants on sunday. I know pants Are Nice for cleaning or doing the laundry but she has so Many cute dresses i wish she would Wear them once in a while. Also i Don t believe it is a very Good example for those Small daughters. Please print my letter. I Hope my wife will take the hint. Three years today Bride of today s wedding Gail Ann Mcconkey of or. And mrs. Arthur Mcconkey of Dunbar r. U. And Cornelius j. Furin son of or. And mrs. Nicholas Funn of Leisenring no. 1, were United in marriage at 10 o clock this morning at St. Stephen s greek Catholic Church Leisenring no. 1. The Rev. Marko Badovinac pastor of the Church officiated for the double ring ceremony. Escorted to the altar by father the Bride appeared in a floor length gown of White Peau de some taffeta. The slim fitting bodice was designed with a Bateau neckline and Long taper ing sleeves. The a shaped skirt was highlighted with also con lace appliques and the lace was repeated on the upper bodice. A detachable Watteau train was attached to the Back Waistline of the gown. The Bride s head dress was a Cluster of silk illusion petals outlined with irides cents pearls and crystals to which was attached a bouffant veil of imported illusion. She carried a White prayer Book topped with a White Orchid Cor Sage. Mrs. Nicholas Steich of Juni Ata sister of the bring Groom was the Matron of Honor. Brides maids were the misses Linda Coffman of White and Patricia Mccauley of Greensburg friends of the Bride. The attendants wore identically styled floor length gowns of Poudre Blue sheer organza Over taffeta with scoop necklines and a line skirts. Matching panels floated from the Back necklines to hemlines. Their headdresses were petals of Blue organza outlined with pearls to which were attached bouffant Blush veils. Mrs. Steich carried a bouquet of White carnations with Blue streamers. The brides maids bouquets were composed of Blue tipped White carnations with Blue Ani White streamers. Flower girls were Antonette Moscalink Niece of the Bride and Cynthia Marie Steich Niece of the bridegroom. Their Short dresses of Poudre Blue organza Over taffeta of identical fashion and their Petal head dresses were like those of the bridesmaids. Each carried a Small Basket containing Blue carnations with White streamers. The bridegroom asked his Cousin Bernard Karaffa of Lei sending no. 1, to serve As his Best Man. Ushers were Charles 1, Angel m. Gallentine pretty dark eyed Angel Marie Gallentine daughter of or. And mrs. 0. Glenn Gal Lentine jr., of 1400 Ridge blvd., is three years old to Day and in Honor of the Occa Sion a family birthday dinner is being planned. Angel has one sister Karen sue eight months old. They Are the grandchildren of or. And mrs. 0. G. Gallentine of 302 Connellsville ave mrs. Paul Sanner of Smithfield and e. J. Murphy of Bell Calif. Great grandparents Are or. And mrs. Lloyd Gallentine of South Connellsville mrs. Ruby Mcginnis of 1815 Kentucky ave., and or. And mrs. J. M. Franklin of Smithfield. Angel s Mother is the former Linda Louise Murphy. Rest Well. New York up Check mattress for lumps and spaces. A poor mattress will cause you to toss and turn More during the night bedding experts report. If you toss and turn even on a Good mattress try a hot or cold Glass of milk of the Bride or in uni up firing this Matsko of Leisenring no. Another Cousin of the Bride Cocoa before retiring. This Groom and Michael Steich of to reduce movements Dur ing the night and contributes to Cleveland. Ohio. For her daughter s nuptials mrs. Mcconkey chose a Poudre Blue crepe dress with Navy and White accessories mrs Furin Mother of the bridegroom selected a mint Green boucle jacket dress with beige accessories. Both wore corsages of White carnations tied with rib a Well rested feeling in the morning. Yellow Wool suit with Black accessories and the White Orchid Corsage from her bridal Bou Quet. Or. And mrs. Furin were both graduated from Dunbar town ions and harmonizing with their ship High school the former outfits. With class of 1958, and the a reception for three Hundred i Bride with class of 1959. Guests is being held this after they Are both presently pm noon at the knights of Columbus played by the West Penn Power diocesan committee plans Outing mrs. William Hazan of Connellsville chairman of the Greensburg diocesan commit tee Ca t h o 1 i c daughters of America presided for the lunch Eon meeting of the held last saturday afternoon in the Penn Albert hotel greens Burg. State officers attending were mrs. John Cronin Regent mrs. Edward Harvey treasurer and mrs. John Irwin chairman of world missions mrs. Cronin spoke briefly stressing that each court hold an annual reception for new members. She then announced the Junior Cath Olic daughters convention will be june 11-13 at Harrisburg. Grand regents vice regents and chaplains will be guests of their respective courts at the twelfth annual May Schasny scholarship award luncheon this afternoon at Mountain View hotel Greensburg. Bishop Wil Liam g. Connare will be Hon ored. Mrs. Hazen grand Regent of court Annunciata no. 260, and mrs. Edmund Mac grand re gent of court Leechburg no. 1000, were named chairman and co chairman respectively to plan the annual diocesan picnic scheduled for tuesday july 20, at Idlewild Park. Mrs. Alex Helkowsky grand Regent of court lambing no. 314 of Scott Dale and mrs. Nicholas Ritz Are planning the sports program. Junior club convention in Pittsburgh the annual convention of the Junior club women of the Penn Sylvania federation of women s clubs will be held May 26-28 at Pittsburgh. Mrs. Thomas Houde director of Junior clubs general federa Tion of women s clubs will give the principal address at the Junior banquet on thursday evening May 27, in the Urban room of the Penn Sheraton hotel. A Brief message will be Given at the banquet by miss Thelma j. Showalter president of the Pennsylvania federation who will be a guest of the juniors. After the banquet there will be bus trip Captain Kidd s there will also be a boat ride viewing Pittsburgh s Shoreline at night. A living doll of washing wooden items. Observe no soaking when cleaning wooden articles. Wash Wood bowls and serving pieces quickly rinse and dry immediately. Cathy Staszel the adorable Little person above is Cathy Staszel Only child of or. And mrs. Paul Staszel of 302 East Patterson ave. Grandparents of the Tot who is one year old today Are or. And mrs. John p. Butela of 1012 Aetna St., and or. And mrs. Jacob Staszel of Dunbar . 1. Cathy s Mother is the former Pauline Frances Butela. I had a Ball Garden care discussed by can do club mrs. Clyde Thompson Dis cussed Garden activities for May at the wednesday afternoon meeting of the can do Garden club held at the Home of mrs. Frank Mafield of Johnson Lane . 1. The eleven members attend ing responded to Roll Call with readings or verses pertaining to gardening mrs. Joseph m. Kurtz was a guest. Mrs. Mayfield president led the group in the club collect. Among suggestions Given by mrs. Thompson for Garden care this month were transplanting seedlings removing mulch from roses and other plants planting dahlias ind Gladioli How to improve peonies planting lilies annuals and varieties of Flower ing vines and the Best sprays to use for insects. In addition to her talk mrs. I Thompson showed pictures of Flower gardens at the interstate nurseries. Hamburg Iowa and pictures of the club members Flower gardens. Mrs. Bruce Nicklow acknowledged a kindness from the members. Lunch was served by mrs. Ray d. Cavanaugh and mrs. Mayfield. Local plans Michael Bart Bargiband Michael Bart Bargiband the cuddly Cherub above had a Ball for his first birthday on thursday. He has one sister Michele Ann six years old. They Are the children of or. And mrs. Victor Bargiband or. Of Keife town Scottdale. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Victor Bargiband of Keife town and or. And mrs. C. V. Bart of 407 Eleanor ave., Scottdale. An Indian adjutant is a Large Stork like scavenger. Elect Ion the Connelsville business and professional women s club will Dine at . Monday at the Crawford Tea room. After the dinner there will be a program and election of offi cers. Installation ceremonies for Connellsville mount pleasant and Scottdale b. P. W. Officers will be held at a dinner meeting at 7 . Thursday Juns 3, at Shady Side inn. The Connellsville club will have charge of the program. Reservations for the affair Are to be made by May 30. Dawson legion women to Dine. The ladies auxiliary to Mil ton j. Newmyer Post no. 483, american legion of Dawson will Honor the Gold Star Moth ers of the Post with a covered dish supper at 6 . Tuesday at the Home of mrs. Alice Sher Bondy of Dawson. Report weddings at time of event for better coverage report of weddings and other events of a social nature should be made to this office immediately after they take place in order to get the Best possible cover age. News is More important at the time it occurs and every Day that lapses Between the event and its publication lessens the value of the item. The society editor is required to give current Nup tial stories the Best play and those which arrive late must be allocated the lesser space. Writeup coming More than two weeks after the event has taken place will be curtailed in order that current items can be fully covered. This notice is published so that daily courier readers May be come familiarized with the practice and not be disappointed should their items fall into the late classification. Hall Poplar Grove. When the newlyweds leave for heir honeymoon at Niagara Falls and Canada the Bride will Wear for travelling a Canary company in Greensburg the Bride in the system and proce dures department and her Hus band in the customer accounting Section. Sincerely Mvi dear Mvi Why just Tell her that you Don t mind her doing the laundry or housework in pants if she s More Comfort Able but when you get Home in the evening you would like to see her in a dress because you Wear the pants at your House. You do Don t for Abby s Booklet How to have a Lovolo Send to cents to Ahby Box g0700. Los Angeles Calif. Troubled write to Abby Box 60700, los Angeles Calif. 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