The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 4, 1939 · Page 10
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January 4, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE TJSN. Tlll'J U A l l j Y U U U K I W K . L J A. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ·!, 193U. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD SCOTTDALE, Jan. 4.--Mrs. Cecil Bradley will have charge of the pro- firam to be presented by the Monday Music Club Monday evening in the Presbyterian Church. It will be a Russian program, and is as follows: Chorus; soprano, (a) "Look, Pretty Maiden," (b) "Berceuse," Mrs. V. E. Decker; piano solo, (a) "Phan- tr.stischcs Marchon," (b) "Crepus- cles," Mrs. C. E. Stone; double trio, "The .Lonely Pine," Mrs. Edward Schrcceneost, Miss.. Pearl DcPricst, Mrs. Robert Byrne, Miss Dorothea Weaver, Miss Lillian Solomon and Miss Beatrice Vance; vocal solo, (a) "A Dissonanci" (b) "None But the Lonely Heart,' Mrs. Ellis Gault; piano duet, "Marche Slav," Mrs. Florence Claybaugh and Miss Margaret: Kritschgau;.'. double quartet, "Song o£ the Volga Boatman.'.' Mrs. E. M. S. Pyle; Mrs. W. B: Barnhart, Mrs. Fred Lcwellyn, Miss Ida Hickcr- nell, Mrs. James Comyay, Miss Dorothea .Weaver, Mrs. E^'Tft. Bycrs and Miss Margaret Laughrey; vocal solo, "Good Took From Me My All," Mrs. Albert Kunkle. The hostesses lor the evening^are Miss Mary Lou Herbert, chairman, Mrs. Floyd Harrer, Mrs. Albert Hemp, Mrs. George Gordon, Mrs. Josiah Reynolds, Mrs. A. H. Herbert and Mrs. George Hodges. rrcaches at Union Service. Rev. Roy E. Whittcmore, pastor ot the First Baptist Church, preache-J the sermon at the union-servica held in the Trinity Evangelical and Hr- formed Church Tuesday eve ling. Women's Class Elects. The Loyal Women's Class of the Church of Christ have elected the following officers to serve for this coming year: President, Mrs. E.' I. McGce; vice-president, Mrs. E. E. Rider; recording secretary, Miss Lena Carlson; corresponding secretory, Mrs. E. R. Foster; treasurer, Mrs. Ed Pelenbrink; teacher, Mrs. Cleo King, and assistant teacher, C. A. Williamson. Mrs. Gaut to Be Hostess. Mrs. John G. Gaut of Arthur avenue will be hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Club of Scottdalc and Mount Pleasant ot its regular meet-. ' ing Saturday afternoon, with the subject being "Modern Trend of Education." Dr. Charles F. Maxwell of Grcer.sburg will be the speaker. · Girl Scout Programs. Beginning with the January meetings, the Girl Scouts of Troop No. 3 will have a different program for each Week in the month. The first week's meeting is business, the second, tests are to be passed; third, handicraft, and the fourth, social. The committee named to make up the program, and program books is Mary Jane Uber, Nancy Rogers, Dor- ctta Mathias, Patty Porter, Phyllis . Lowstettcr and Lois Ruth. Missionary Program Arranged. "Thy Kingdom Come: Our Purpose," is the subject of the missionary meeting to be held by thcTnombcrs Held in Strangling LOCALS GET Or. Raymond L. Attetbcrry, 40, Canon City, Col., osteopath, is pictured at Denver police headquarters whore ho was token into custody on » warrant charging him with the ·translation death of his pretty 31- year-old wife, Nona. (Central Pros) Perryopolis of .the Missionary United Brethren Soci;ty of the C h u r c h next Wednesday. Taking part on the program, will be Mrs. J. G. Darling, leader; Introduction of the book, "Moving Millions," Mrs. Ivan Hernley; Quiz on India, Mrs. I-. N. Huntley; interview with a missionary of India, Mrs. J. T. Bradley, and special music, by Mrs. Jean Schrecengosl. In Frick Hospital. Joseph Clairmont of 123 Bridge street, who has been ill at his home, was taken to Frick memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant Tuesday for treatment. Special to Tlio Courier. PERRYOPOL1S, Jan. 4. -- Th Three Table Contract Club .held it: annual Christmas party Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. R. W Echard. The party had been planne to be at the home of Mrs. H. D. Blair but due to a sudden attack of influ cnza those plans were upset. Th meeting began with a chop suoy din ner and was followed by the annun business session. Mrs. Rist Stimmc was elected president and Mrs. Eai Curtis vice-president. Mrs.' Blair reported to be improving from the flu Democrat Club Meets. The women of the Democratic Clu gave their annual Christmas part last week in Karolcik's Hall with 6 in attendance and the president, Mrs A. J. Byers, presiding. There was gift exchanger". ~ ·'-'. "Class Names Officer. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth- Dunn en tcrtained .their Sunday school class o the Flatwoods Baptist Church Frida evening in their new home. Th principal business was the election o officers. Paul Luce, who has bee the teacher for several years, ha been elected superintendent o"f tl Sunday school and so a new teachc Percy Cooper, was elected in h place. The remainder of the electio included: Assistant teacher, Ro Griffin; president, Mrs. James Ritten house; vice-president, John Mosse secretary, Mrs. Paul Brown; Irons urcr, Ellsworth Dunn. There wcr about 15 present. New Year Party. Members ot the Two-Table Contract Club held a New Year party Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elwell. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Echard, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lint, Mr. and Mrs. George Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Strickler, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Evoy, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowthcr, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Blair. The evening was FIVE GOALS IN OPENER Continued from Page Seven, ecmed to stay with the Doldemcn attempted shots from the field, lany hit the rim ot the basket but oundcd away. Only five double cckerj! were tallied by the Oranse nd Black and four of these were ! mde in the first half. i Lander and Treagesser, Jcanncttc orwurds, led the scoring, assault | vith four baskets each. The former missed six penalty tosses, the latter nc. Soisson sank two field goals and foul to lead the Cokcr point-get- ers. Friday Connellsville makes its first cague road trip, playing at Johns- own. Other Section 9 games find Scottdale at Jeannette and Greens- iurg at Norwin. Tile line-ups: ;onncllsvillc G. K. Pis. Svans, f 1 1-5 3 Iced, f 0 0-1 0 Soisson, c --.. 2 1-2 5 Regis', g .. ~ 1 1-1 3 .IcCoy, ' g.·-...-- 0 1-1 1 *Tansbergcr, f 1 0-0 2 McClurc, c 0 1-2 1 lass, g 0 1-3 1 Totals 5 6-13 1G Non-scorinfi substitutes -- Jones, Furtncy and Murray. Teanncttc G. F. Zander, f Treagesser, f Hohn, Steiner, g Syan, K ... Shearer, t Totals - 13 1-14 27 Scoring by quarters: Jeannette: G 8 211--27 Connellsville 6 4 2 4--16 Referee--Cofiley. Dogiown Dribblers Score 99 Points, Win Over Leisenring Dofitown b a s k e t b a l l quintet smothered Lciscnrinfi passers 99-11 as John Vielella and Frank Marchand proved unstoppable in point scoring, cafiinR 35 and 45 markers respectively. Other members of the victorious team are Louis -Marc-hand, Frank Canada and Victor Vielella. The Leisenrins roster is as follows: EuRene HaRcrty, Jimmy Hagcrty, John Marchand, Joe Vielella and Philip McGrosan, Tony Canada was referee and Jake Keefer was time keeper. Liens Filed Against 936 Uniontown Homes UNIONTOWN, Jan. 4.--Tax liens against 930 Uniontown properties were filed for delinquent 1935 school and city taxes.. A total of 172 liens were filed by the school board and 704 by the city. The total in delinquent school taxes is $26,196.82 and about double that filed against amount in city taxes. - Similar .liens were Urges Boy-Girl Athletic Classes KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 4.--The practice of putting boys and girls in separate classes for physical education is an "unsocial" relic of the past, said Godfrey Novotny, physical education instructor at the University of Tennessee. Novotny said rr.ixcd classes aid in adjusting students to a normal fo- Redstone township properties. GARRETTRATE H I K E REFUSED HARRISBURG, Jan. 3. -- Public Utility Commission refused to permit the Garrett Water Company of Garrett, Somerset county, to increase its rates. . . . The commission cancelled a new set of rates, which became effective September 1 and directed the company to rcturn..to its previous rates effective January 1. The new. rates increased the company's revenue $758, about 10 per cent. . . . Mine Engineer Dead. · SOMERSET, Jan. 4,--Charles Em- mctt Shaffer, 55, a mining engineer for Industrial Collieries Corporation, died Saturday at his home in Conemaugh township. He leaves his wife, three sons, six grandchildren, three sisters and one brother. Clarksvillc Postofflcc Looted.,, WAYNESBURG, Jan. 4--Thieves broke into the ClarksvUle postoflice and hauled away the safe. After taking about $800 in stamps and cash, they left behind money orders and baby bonds in the amount of $7,387.50. MonotiEaliela Rector Dies. MONONGAHELA, Jan. 4.--Rev. William Heilman, 50, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church here, died Sunday in a Pittsburgh hospital of pneumonia. 'VYindbcr lioy Succumbs.. SOMERSET, Jan. 4--Frank Geigcr, 13, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Geigcr of Wlndber, died Saturday to Windbcr Hospital. He leaves his parents and eight brothers and sisters. prizes going to Mrs. Thorpe, Mrs. Pollock, L. L. Lowthcr and Russell Blair. Entertains Friends. Jack Thorpe had a watch parly Saturday night and had as his guests Ralph Murphy, GeorRc Johnson, Lloyd Marshall, Tommy McClcllun, Russell Miller, Huston Lindcrman and Leo Collcli. The cveninK was spent playing 500 and other Kamcs and -- was concluded with n lunch served by the host. " ..·" Many at Dance. A'large attendance at the dance in the Sokol Hall Saturday night made the New Year event a big success. - : Mrs. Ifcpley 11. Mrs. L. V. Lcpley is reported on the~ sick list. - To Learn Embalmln/r. Hermann Blair, accompanied by John-Maykuth of Smock and Haydcn Dearth -of New Salem, left Sunday for New York City where they "will enter an embalming school. Personals. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Beaner and Mrs. Eliza Grimm of Grcensburg and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grimm of Washington visited their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, Sunday. Mrs. Robert Thomas and children of Uniontown spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Evey. Mrs. George Wilson has been ill ever since the birth of her month-old baby. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dewitt of TJtus- ville returned home Wednesday after spending several days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Haul. Miss Doris Pringle of Clairton spent a week with her grandmother, cial life and that the custom-reinforced idea that the scxe.i should be separated had been accepted only because nobody had taken the trouble to think Ihe matter through. The University of Tennessee has co-physical education clax.es in swimming, tennis, Rolf, folk rhythms amt adult games. Form of Mental Illnrsx. WASHINGTON, Jan. 4.-- Hatred of Jews was 'diagnosed by Dr. Harry Slack Sullivan us :i form of ment.-il illnoss. President of William Alaimm White Psychiatric Foundation, Dr. Sullivan wrote his views in the foundation's magazine, "Psychiatric Journal of the Biology and Pathology of Interpersonal Relations." Kcally a New Var Uaby. UNIONTOWN, Jan ·). --A daughter bom to Mr. and Mrs. Charles William BIttner, Jr., of New Salem claimed the distinction of being the first arrival in 1939 in Faycttc county, being born at tv.'O minutes past the midnight hour. The child Is a fifth generation arrival. Mrs. Dora Keller. Donald and Billy Shirey o£ McKeesport spent the week with their grandmother, Mrs. S. B. Hamilton. Miss Vernice Kennedy and Miss Josephine Fee of Uniontown visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strickler Thursday evening. Miss Erne Hasson of California visited Mrs. W. P. Lint and other friends Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Cope of New Castle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Strickler Wednesday. ALL THIS WEEK WALDORF TISSUE 6 *·"· 23 FRAZIER CATSUP 4 14 ·«· 29 QUAKER CORN MEAL 5 "-' 13 1 HEINZ KETCHUP 3 Bot'tl« §fg| SUHBRITE 3 C «" 10 OLEO 2 " » - n ffREEH SPLITS 4"'- 19 BABY LIMAS 4 L ". IS LENTILS 4 ""-1 9 LAKE HERRING *·* 75 BUCKWHEAT Old Fashioned 5 Lb, . 17 MUSHROOMS Pi «" and Stems 8 O*.. £3 V^i"""* PURE 2 Ib. Kr.ut « T » » B " f i a f l « B M S LARD 21 STREAMLSsE 0^17 THF. SAVE WAY, * * Sale-ing" into a new year of Great Values witk Oar Big Our 1939 Old Fashioned January White Sale means "Stocking Up Time" in every household. Not only do you stock up on bedding, towels and iinens, but you buy curtains, house frocks, undies, clothes for the children and "your man"--and you buy all these needs at good old fashioned savings. 81x99 Irregular MOHAWK SHEETS 90c (Labeled EMPIRE) Save 29c on ea.! Only 4 to a customer! Conic early! They'll be a mad scramble for them! orders! Cannon and Mohawk Pillow Cases No Phone Equity and Mayfair Pillow Cases, ea. Mountain Mist Quilt Cotton-2 rolls 4 lor $1 19c $1.00 81x99 and 63x99 Poplar Sheets 79c Cotton Plaid 70x80 Sheet Blankets 70x99 White Cotton Sheet Blankets Cannon Turkish Towels, Special 4 for A Hfg White Sale Special! 18x36 Colored Border Turkish Towels, 6 for 39c All Linen Tea Towels, ea. Fancy Hand Blocked Towels, ea 54x54 Cotton Crash Table Cloths ... In ·! very attractive styles! $1.20Pkg. of 12 Cannon Face Cloths 84c 29c 15c 79c Soft Wash Cloths Chicken Feather Bed Pillows, ea. $1.49 "Black Rock" Mattress Covers CURTAIN SALE! SAVE NOW! $1.00 Value Lace Curtains srwiAi, · Pane-Is arc i~ inn. wide. "'. yds. Ions with eyelet tops. Pairs are :"·! Inches wide overall, '2 1-G yds. long, w i t h pl.iin tops. Reg. 79c to $1.00 Curtains .si'iri.u, Ruffled, tailored and i.-ottu;;" sutK. Creiim, ecru and colors. Full lengths and wide widths. 69( Pr. pr. Strong for long service; tape bound; rubber buttons. $1.19 $2.49 Bed Pillows $1.99 ea. Snv« SI.00 on a L'r, Killed with clown, goose and duck feathers, Bxtra Special! H O P E M U S L I N W h i t e Sale Special Snowy white. 36 inch. lOc yd. 89c $177 J, t jV'^'''- i -' ^·'^'-^'';.T'*-"';'-^*': '' '· - ^ . -^.v ' ' . - ' · ' ' · ' · · ' ··" t "'' '· :tSi^ inch Unbleached .Utisllii--10 yils. Linen Toweling Fancy Appliques given Free with ench 3 yds. ' : Heiriilnr *^rt I »5c- ·! 29c yd. FJIIJCV stripe. Get 3 yds.--get 3 KUE1C appliques! $2.50 Reversible Bed Spreads SCxl05 popular "Mt. Vornoii" reversible colonial spreads. Choice of G colors. Reg. 22c Part Linen Tea Towels, ea 69c Cotton Crash Table Cloths, 45 in. Big Sale Men's Shirts White Patterns Special purchase^ of irregulars of better shirts. Now is tho time to stock up on shirts. Excellent values! Men's Shorts, ea 17c Men's Socks 5 prs. $1.00 REGULAR PRICE Every lovoly. now, fresh Roxoos in otir tfocfc . . . reduced 20% now. but ready to 90 becfc to original price ftftor fbo M!O! Not "special jaio" morcHandise ... no "drsconlinued models" ... bat tho very *omo Bovecs yoti'vo worn and lovod for mdlt- "mg you 10 comfortable end so lovely. If you haven't already profited by thissaving, dow now! Our utttjf (Xpert fitffng sfrvite . , , trained cprtftieret to "Shatfo uv grapl" you tjctOTtliaf; to the f/r.v- ta tnetlnxi of dheovcthiR tbr ffr- fftt foritt lor ftwr figuri-typc. Day and Night Wear Gown Slips o- G ° wns 34c54c Built up cotton slips. Rayou taffeta slips with adjustable straps at 5-lc. $1.00 Flowered Batiste Gowns Satin Dancettes and Chemises, special 84c 94c Cotton F r o c k s Attractive Styles $ 1.00 Fruit-of-the-Loom and other cotton prints. Pick several. Perma Spun and Flax Spun Dresses $1.98 Wear them now and this Spring. Women's Uniforms 95c

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