Dunbar News Evening Standard October 20, 1933

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Dunbar News Evening Standard October 20, 1933 - DUNBAR would is defend By D. J. GALDERISI O. O....
DUNBAR would is defend By D. J. GALDERISI O. O. Mclntyre talks of Broadway going shabby, the Times mission will be a dime for the adults and A nickel for the kiddles, Mrs. Catherine Bell with her daughter daughter Rose attended a high mass at Rita's Catholic church in Connellsville Wednesday morning. The mass was held in memory of her son Amedio who died a year ago. Within the shadow of circus spielers laud Mrs. Laura Kidwell was a shopper the sympathies I the educational features of a burlesque performance. Gaudy cinema palaces have crowded the streets until only one or two legitimate theaters remain. We regret the decadence of Dunbar as sincerely'as Mclntyre does that of New York. The Strand, Dunbar's only movie house, is silent-and empty. The boys in town no longer bowl and play very little billiards. A pall has settled. over Dunbar. Even the street lights have been dimmed to save expenses." Youthful football fans about town offer quarter bets on- their favorite teams. The sports of old scoff Tsfther than take a piker's bet. In the out of the way places poker games go on as usual. With feigned seriousness former former men of position rake in pennies or throw down their cards in disgust. Former brummeLs go about in shabby legance. Daily the change becomes of Church Hill has gone to the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh, for observation. " Mrs.-Beatrice Brownlee who works the American store is ill at her Miss Anna prace McGill of Dawsou visited at the* home of Miss Mary Margaret Courtney Wednesday. Both of the girls attend Connellsville high school. It hag been learned from a think "more and policies for hand are American": Ailmen the morning in might has kept -factory been which of the she lore noticeable. In its halcyon days Dunbar had its lagnificer.t idlers. Of course it is no in to idle, if one does it gracefully. There still Vemains the idlers, but they ack most of their former grandeur. We iimpsed two idlers the other day in all their glory. They were making heir'way. across the fields and woods which lie below Connellsville street. One carried a Remington repeating shot gun, reminiscent of a better day. He wore a hunting coat, breeches and an lace boots. The other carried an antiquated double barrel gun. He was dressed in a battered, hat and shabby hunting; coat. He wore his trpuser .legs stuffed carelessly in the tops of rubber: boots. Both smiled broadly with the joy of living. · - . A whirr of wings startled them. ,Up went, their guns; with -a series of resounding resounding -bangs. A bird fluttered helplessly to" the- ground." JJpon inquiry inquiry we learned that they had .killed a snipe. Officially'. a snipe is known as a woodcock. In their report at the end of the.season, they will make note of it. Snipe or woodcock, sport or no sport; the boys had their day. What promises to be one of the best football games in- town in a long while, is scheduled to take place between the Borough and Dunbar Township's second second team Friday night at the diamond. The Borough probably has the smallest squad in the county. It numbers fifteen players. Their drawing power- in town is. surprizing. A large crowd is expected. The Ladies' Aid society served a lunch, for those who attended. -.the Presbyterial meeting in Dunbar Wednesday. Wednesday. There ; were : a hundred persons persons . present, many coming from dif- that Wayne Bryner, who is serving second enlistment in the Navy, is in S#n Diego, California, at present. Guy Dinello of Connellsville street was a social caller in Uniontown Wednesday evening. Robert Wilson was in Connellsville on business Wednesday. Andy Padgean, a clerk in Bowman's department jstcre, has resumed his duties after a short illness. Speed Rossi was in Unicntown on business Wednesday evening. lerent parts of the county. Another Hallowe'en social looms - in Dunbar. It will be held Tuesday, October October 24, by the King's Daughters Sunday Sunday school class. They promise all those who attend a night of joy and hilarious laughter. Games of every description will be played, and a lunch will be served to climax the affair. Ad- True-..A BIG Just Boudoir BOUDOIR "CHAIR in well tailored Bounce, well padded. Choice interest a chair of boudoir. · · : . , ' : ·:-··· :

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