The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1952 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELV*.. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNHiJUL.SVi.Ll.Ji]. PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1952. SMITH ION NEWS H E M S By MRS. WILLIAM C. KEEDY Phone West Newton 6317R11 SMITHTON, Jan. 31.--Dr. and Mrs. William F. Pfeifer entertain- West Point to St. Paul's Cathedral in New York City last week-end. Among students who spent midyear vacations at their homes reed the council of Hope Memorial cently were David Post, who at- Lutheran Church at a dinner | tends Kiski Prep School and meeting in the church dining room Bruce Hayes, sophomore at Theil Monday evening. Attending were] College at Greenville. Mrs. H. E. Wagner, Miss Cecelia Mrs. John B. Smith, who has Barthels, Miss Grace Luppold, j been bedfast at her home at Bar- George F. Crouse, Ivan Hoenshel, | ren Run for some time, has been Dr. Harolr. Snowden, Robert Ol- j seriously ill for the past several sen, Frank Wagner and J. E. Mo- weeks. logne. Officers elected for the new Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bitzer and HIGHWAYS LIKE RIVERS IN FLOODED OHIO CITIES , Mr ' and Ml ' s ' year are Dr. Pfeifer, president; i Children of Clairton were guests Miss Cecelia Barthels, vice-presi- .Friday at the home at' Rev. Anna dent; Mrs. H. E.' Wagner, secre- JB. Potter. They accompanied Altary George F. Crouse, treasurer,! hert Bitzer, the former's father, and Miss Grace Luppold, assistant who had been visiting with his i treasurer: sister ri- Mrs. Potter, to his home in | BridgeCIub Eas t Liverpool Saturday. '· Mrs. H. E. Wagner was hostess M f" Hattie Chambers of Allison j Thursday evening to members of | spent some tlme tnls week visiting; her bridge club at her Second street home. First and second prizes respectively were won by Mrs. L. L. Barthels and Mrs. E. . , . , , , . , Bruce Hayes while the guest prize i J°hnStown, visited recently with was awarded to Mrs. R. A. Sher-i" 18 ^ sister-in-law, Mrs. Floyd bondy. Other members attending \ H'xson who has been a patient at were Mrs. Harold Snowden, Mrs.i 55 ^ Hos P lta l ln Pittsburgh. Harry Frost, Miss Cecelia Barthels 1D .ff r - an * Mrs. John Magill of and Mrs..L. A. Mologne. 'Pittsburgh were Sunday guests at :the home of Mrs. Tilhe Zundel. some ? h+ °TM I^ , ,, , , . »,, TC] y de Hoenshel and Mrs. r - JoneK ' «« last named of Mrs. William Keedy spent sev- Mrs. Mary. Weber of Jacobs. eral d last week t th } Creek, who was 95 years old on , her borthM . d sister . in . laW) January 29 celebrated her, birth-| Mn and ^ · T p _ K day on Sunday at the home of her ;Dormont She was accon £ anleri granddaughter, Mrs. Nick Man-' h o m e on Saiurd b t h e K ? ack. There were 50 present for the |wno spent the we£ £. end at \ e celebration, including four grand| h o m e oi theil . parents Mr anri daughters and their husbands, Mrs- j. j. Krup £ five grandsons and their wifes, 21 Mr . and ^ rs _ H Frost d sreat-grandchildren.and her great- children Wer 4 Sunday ts at ff«rt-grandson, Craig Bosetti of | t h e home of their aunt, Miss Jacobs Creek Mrs Weber, had Elizabeth Paint at Jeann ' eUe . only one daughter .Theresa Roell \ Rev . Anna B _ Potter wiu be the Of Pittsburgh who passed away: speaker at W e b s t e r Methodist Christmas Day. She received | Church on Sunday evening. many beautiful gifts, money, c u t , Mrs . Roger Lu p po]d) daughter NEWS OF DAY AT PARADISE Mushirigrum river covers Route 40 in ZanesvilJe. River empties Into the Ohio at Marietta, flowers, potted plants and two huge birthday cakes. Also present .j received" worTrecentiv were her niece, Mrs. Albert Fabean; her sister-in-law, Agnes Weber, her nephew, William, and his family, and Mr. and Mrs. Zac Williams. Benefit Party. of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Durstine, from her husband, Roger Luppold, E1VI.P '2 who is with the Navy on the U. S. S. Beale, that he expects to sail soon for maneuvers in Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Liftman ., _ ... _ j o f Brooklyn, New York visited Mrs. Lucille Bosetti entertained ! last week at tile home of Ml . ancl at a benefit party at her home at| Mrs . John Vetovich and Mr. Wil- Jacofas Creek for the Altar Society Iiam Vetovich of St. Timothy's R. C. Church last veiovicn. Motorists plow through Hood on Route 7 leaving Marietta. Down river towns are hoarding up. SOME 10,000 are homeless arid death toll is mounting as tributaries of the Ohio river overflow their banks into Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia towns. The Ohio Is rising steadily. (International/ Thursday evening. Those attending were Josephine, Jack and Louella Manacle,' Faye, Ann and Blayne Mariani, Lucille, Craig and Tommy Bosetti, Schallenberger, Mary Bertha Booth, Cora Fronhofer, Helen Ritz, Bessie Migrock, Ann Mingrone, Michelle and Toni Ritz, Helen Bargiband, Olive, Elwyn and Elizabeth Bosetti. After the entertainment refreshments were served. Variety Show, Mrs. Arthur Faulx, local chairman for the March of Dimes Campaign, reported $243.77 was cleared in the benefit variety show, "Mission Polio," presented at the Sons of Italy Hall last week. On behalf of the Westmoreland County Chapter Mrs. Faulx thanked all who contributed in any way to the success of the show. Personals. Mr., and Mrs. Li A. Mologne received word recently that their »on, Cadet Louis A. Mologne, had been selected as one of the cadets that accompanied the choir from Train Flays Burglar. . OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. U.~ Policemen investigating the ap- Margaret i parent b urglai-y of the Mud Prod- Q_Jr · I vets Inc., building were mystified 1 ' because whoever had pried the back door open hadn't stolen anything. Officers finally discovered it had been done by a freight train. A plank jutting from a car on the slow-moving freight had jammed against the door, forcing it open. Scouts Own Half Of Dog. WRENTHAM, Mass.. Jan. 31.-The mascot of a local Boy Scout troop is half of a bloodhound. Of course, it's really a whole dog but the troop, right now, only owns half of him. The bloodhound's owner gave the Scouts half of the animal, the troop to be given full ownership only after proving that the" dog would be treated with kindness. Indian Election. The Huron Indians elected their chieftains by a vote of all the mothers of the tribe. APOLOGY PROMISED U. S. SKIER Try and Stop Me By BENNETT CERF A N EDITOR of a New York paper asked his precocious ·i*- daughter what she wanted for her seventh birthday. "Either « bike or a television set," she answered. Later he heard her confide to her mother, "I knew he'd never let me ride a bike in city traffic. That's how I trapped him." * * * Berliner* who still retain a vestige of humor say the pretty girls know all about soldiers of the various occupying forces by this time. The Russian soldiers kidnap them, the French make eyes at them, the Americans marry them -- and the British rush back to England to divorce their wives. · * * Voting: machines were used for the first time in a certain midwestern city this year. One citizen, displeased with election results, observed, "Those devices are exactly like tJie slot-machines in Las Vegas and Reno. You pull down tto lever iind up come the lemons." Cbpyricht, J95S, *f Bennett Cert. DiitXilmtM liy Kine yeatune Syndicate. SUZY HARRIS RYTTING, sent home from the U. S. Olympic skf teajn in Europe when it was learned she is expecting a baby, is shown in her Salt Lake City, Ut., kitchen with her husband. Bill. She said she came home "almost in disgrace because the committee was afraid someone would learn of my condition." In New York, Courtney T. Hill, ski committee chairman, said letter of apology would be sent. (International^ r Country Meat Market AT HNMSVIUE, PA. JUST OFF OF ROUTE 119 PHONE CVILLE 3317 Smoked with Hickory and Sassafras Country Cured BACON, any size, Ib. 39c Sliced, per Ib. 45c. HOME MADE SOUSE Ib. 40c Wilson's CERTIFIED OLEO Ib. 30c In colored quarters. FRESH SIDE Ib. 39c Sliced or in the piece. FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF . Ib. 65c Cat from Young Steers CHUCK ROAST, first cut . . . . Ib, 65c Center euts, lit. «»c Auditors in Surcharge Litigation Against Three Supervisors GREENSBUEG, Jan. 31.--Sewickley township auditors Wednesday filed a $1,000 surcharge against William M. Shoaf, Joseph P. Sittman and William H: Fennell, charging them with filing unauthorized expenditures on March 6, 1951. If the three. men 'fail to take action, the surcharge will remain as a judgment in Westmoreland county common pleas Court. While the accused served as supervisors for the township, the Sewickley Township Tax League began a court procedure to test the legality of alleged unauthorized activities by the officials. The league charged them with purchasing road equipment and supplies without submitting bids. As a result of the action, Judge Richard D. Laird declared their offices vacated. However, the three men appealed the. decision and remained in office. Since then Sittman -was defeated for reelection arid Fennell resigned, leaving only Shoaf still in office. By MARY HOKE PARADISE, Jan. 31. -- Mrs. Wiley Zufa'll, and Miss Elsie Crouse o:C ScoUdale, R..D. 1, were callers in Pittsburgh Saturday. Jack Zufall has returned to his home here from a hospital where he underwent a major operation. Mrs. Joseph Lasher and two daughters Patty Lee and Judith were week-end guests with Mrs. Lasher's parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hoke were recent visitors with relatives at Daws on. Ernest Stonucker of Bridgeport stopped here for a brief visit. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Coffman were recent guests .of Mrs. CoflO- man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rhodes of Gimlet Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rhodes are now occupying ' the tenant 'house on the Adains farm, formerly the Leonard Craig farm. Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r iiarbaugh visited Wednesday with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Older at Rockwood R. D. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hart of Mount Pleasant were recent visitors here. Word was received here of the death of Charles Woodhulli a former resident of this place and a twin son of the .late Rev. and Mrs. Jeremiah Woodhull. He passed away at his home Sunday evening in Morgantown, W. Va., where he had made his home for a number of years but visited occasionally with frieds and relatives here. The Woman's Society of World Service was_ held in the church annex Tuesday evening. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Mardella Shaulis, assisted by Mrs. Charlotte MsConnell. The busin- ness session was in charge of the president Mrs. Mildred Wads- worth.Mrs. M.ary Bassinger and Mrs. Freda Matthews were on the serving committee and served lunch. Revival services are being held each evening at Paradise Church and will close Sunday. The services are in. charge of the pastor, Rev. Charles R. Weslager A miscellaneous shower was in Pleasant Valley Grange Hew Jersey Still First For Population Growth Rate in Middle Atlantic New Jersey, first among, the three populous Middle Atlantic states in rate of population growth over the past 100 years, maintained this position during the 1940-1950 decade, life insurance company statisticians report. i New York was second and Pennsylvania third of the Middle At- I lantic group in percentage of popu- · lation increase during the 10-year I period. · · New Jersey's population total climbed by 16.2 per cent during the 1940's, New York's by 10 per j cent, and Pennsylvania's by 6 per i cent. For comparison, the popu- I lation of the country as a whole Hall Saturday evening January 25 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earl 1 Poorbaugh, newly weds. EGG PRODUCTION HITS NEW LEVEL HARRISBUI State Agrlculfr. day reported record output sylvania farmt Egg output 000,000 compa; 000 for the prt 195ft. Pennsy: among all stat and first in from eggs. Milk product last year to pounds, compa- high of 5,938, 1950. ;G, Jan. 31. --' The ire Department tp- in all-time annual of eggs on Penn- last year. in 1951 of 3,531,ed with 3,377,000,- vious high mark In Vania ranks third s in egg production ;ross cash income ion in Pennsylvania aled 5,886,000,000 ed with the record 000,000 'pounds in increased by 1 i .5 per cent during the 10 years. Each of ho tliree states has continued to rank high in total population, with Ne v York first among the 48 states, 'ennsylvania third, exceeded by California, and New Jersey eighth. ( Mexican Street Names. · | Several principal streets in 1 Mexico City are named for important dates in its history. Keglers Suspect. LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 31.--At least one Nebraskan was not satisfied with the state's crackdown on gambling. Attorney General C. S. Beck reported he received an anonymous letter from a resident warning him that there was a bowling alley "going full blast on the edge of town." English Penal Offense. In England under Oliver Cromwell it was a penal offense to use the Book of Common Prayer. TRAVEL WEST PENN SAFE - CONVENIENT - DEPENDABLE and COSTS LESS STOKE HOURS;: Monfcy Thra Tlwr«tay..J A. M. to 4 9. M. Fraby and Satw*y~8 A. M to 8:30 P. M. CHOICI HOME DRESSED MEATS AT REASONABLE (WCB NOW YOU CAN CLEAN RUGS BETTER LIKE THEATRES AND HOTELS DO With Wonderful New, Easy-to^Use GLAMORENE lust Sprinkle On... Brush In... Vacuum Offi tjihimoreue is news--It's Biiy News because February 1952 Header's Digest Report to Consumers tells you after 1,000 tests of 100 otlier cleaners they say, "Best rug'-clean- Ing compound for liome use we have found." 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