The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1939 · Page 10
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January 6, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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P \GCTEN. TITE DATT,Y COURIER CONNELLSVTI^t: PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1-93') FINE RECORD BY F I R E M E N AT SCOTTDALE Girl Shot 10 Times by Suitor | POLICE MAKE 527 ARRESTS HERE IN 1938 Equipment Is Improved During Past Year; Slight Loss Increase. FEWER CALLS MADE IN 1938 SCOTTDALE, Jan 6--The Scott- djle Volunteer Fire Dopaitment has maiie many iropiovemcnts during the past year, having completed Installation of iv.Q booster tanks, two trucks equipped with stretchers, blankets, v, ater prool first aid kits, and a master industrial first aid kit, three trucks with one and ono-half inch Ore ho!.e rnd gas masks, one truck equipped with half inch hose and also the mhilator donated by William Ferguion Over a period of months, once each week first aid cla'ses were held by two lull teams under the leadership of Reese Davis, accredited instructor. The fire report for 1938 has been gi\ en by Chief Ho\\ ard Beegle as follows Fire loss in Scottdalc, 36,415, an Increase over 1D37 of $2,775 Number of calls ans\\crcd in Scottdale, 20 out of town 13 making a (otal of 42, as against 53 in 1937 Calls to dwellings 14, loss $3,390, amusements, one, loss, $2,800, miscellaneous four, loss, $200, business buildings, two, loss $250, false alarms our, autos, three, and garbage one Hose laid totaled 3,700 feet of two and one-half inch, 950 feet of one and one-half inch; 300 feet of threc- quirtcr inch, and 100 feet_of one- Florence Gottwald, 26, wai shot ten times by a spurned nuitor twenty A ivfcv.il*.u fc.Mw»..«. , , ._».«·,, »!ft njtnnwlmr* In half inch were used .Ten gallons of chemicals fusion might snvo the eirl's C H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY December show cd tho largest number of calls, nine, of which eight were local with a loss of 51,230, and one cmcigcncy January had the great- e-t loss, totalling $3,015, and included a dwelling repair shop, roller skating un\, and a stable There uere two out-of-town calls. In February there v,ere three false alarms, and one out-of-town call, March was without a single call; April, brought calls to two dwellings and one business building, with a loss ot $1,945, Mny had two out-of-town calls and one automobile with no loss, June, no calls in Scottdale but two out-of-town, July, no calls in Scottdalc, two out-of-town, August, one business building and one automobile, with no loss, September, one call out of town, October, one dwelling, with a loss of $25, and one out-of-town call, and November, two dwellings, one garage, one false alarm, one automobile, and two out- of-town calls, no loss Field Fire Extinguished At 4 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, the Scottdale Tire Department was called to a field fire near the Cap Distributor Plant in North Scottdale Flames were extinguished before they reached the building Supervisors Reorganize At tho reorganization meeting ot East Huntingdon township supervisors, held at Buflsdnle, John S Deibler of Ruffsdale was again chosen chairman The other two members are J A Miller of Mount Pleasant, R D. 3, and George N Smouse, Scottdale, R D 1 The First National Bank, Scottdale, was named depository, John G Gaul of Scottdalc was again named solicitor and A L Porter, secretary. The meeting to set the milage will likely be held the latter part of Fcb- luary or early in March Class Party Saturdas. The junior class pint} will be held Saturday, January 14, in the gymnasium The committies appointed are Muriel Brooks, general chairman, entertainment,'Bill Finn, chaii- man, Bob Chambers, Annette Cole, Hoselyn Hulli; ticket, Dons Giny, chaiiman, Vcra Jones, Jennie Umbel, Margaret Young, Bayonna Dunkle, Norma Elpern, and Muriel Walker, refreshment, Knthleen Barnes chairman, Marguerite Durbm, Margaret Young, Mariin Harris, Marjorlc A'- klason, Dorothy Ostenvtse; publicity, Mac Jean HorzberEcr, chairman' Bob Galley, Jack Dahl, Barbara Moore and Jessie Prmkcy, clean-up, Alice Collins, chairman, Bob Beard, James Fox, Gerald Clcmmcr, Dorothy Frco- mand nnd Bernicc Grucn Tickets go on sale Monday Posture Discussed The Etiquette Club held a lengthj discussion Wednesday on posture, Miss Martha Horky is sponsor Officers tlcctecl. Sophomore Homeroom 41 elected officers Thursday afternoon with the following results President, Bernard Swallop, vice-president, Mary Louise Young, secretary and treasurer, Louise Tulley The program committee was appointed and is Miry Louise Young chairman Amos Thomas, Edith Stillwngon, Dulc Wilt and Pauline Ryan Pantomimes Presented. The Sophomore Dramatic Club, sponsored by Miss Gladys Phillips, presented pantomimes Wednesday Mechanical \Vo-ks Discussed The Automobile Club resumed a lengthy discussion pertaining to the mechanical works of an automobile which had been interrupted at the last meeting David C Guhl is ad- visoi Senior Dramatics Ape. Impersonations ot famous characters of the school, radio, screen nnd town were enacted by the student under the supervision of Miss Dorothy Mathlas Court Upholds Salute to Flag By Students BOSTON, Jan 6 --Thice Boston court justices upheld tho constitutionality of the Massachusetts flag salute law which requires public school children to salute and pledge allegiance to the American flag The court dismissed a petition of William A Johnson of Decrflcld who sought an injunction to restrain the Decrftcld school committee from barring his three children from school for failure to comply with *he statute. The court declared that the "right to attend public schools is not an absolute right but subject to such reasomblo conditions as the state may impose" CoIIce Pot Plajcd Junior Homeroom 7-B, -.ponsorcd by Miss Edith FJoto, played cof'cc pot Tuesdjj Spelling Bee. Sophomore Homeroom 38 held spelling bee Thursday with the teim captained by Christy Wagner le fcating that headed by Anna Jt,n McDowell The individual honor went to Eileen Springer and to Clalr Vernon second The words wcr pronounced by the instructor, Dwi C Guhl Letters Granted. GREENSBURG, Jan 6--Letters of administration on the estate of Mary Uram, late of Rostraver township, were granted to Charjcs Uram The estate is valued at $2,800 Pay Off ALL Your Bills With a Personal Loan Then hova LESS to pay each month, becauso you havo only. ONE place to pay Thorollbo moro LEFT OVER foe your living expenses Main requirement }u«t your abihty to 10- pay tho loan in amall auram xogularly No co-raalccia. No indiscreet tnquirioa. Torsonal Credit" loans up to £300 oa your ugnaluio only, or thoso ol husband and wl(o Como in or phone Questions and Answers. Jannic Dunhlc had charge of he roKrnm In Homeroom 20-A with Questions nnd Answers" being on- oycd Wardrobe and Colors htuated. Miss Inrnccs Knrr's clotliing class,, arc studying problems with the cventh and eighth grades woxking in colors and the Hlsh School stud- nts plinning a wardrobe Knnllsh Talks Tiilks were given Thifiidny in Miss Giaco Adams' English clasios by oan Downs on ' Sir Rchord Stcclc " md Catherine Fnno on ' Joseph Ad- ti^on Koom 25 ll.is Contest. The results o£ the populanlj con- est in Freshman Homeroom 25, .ponwrcd by Edward S Spoto\ich arc Tho best boy nnd girl, Edward MacDonald and Gcne/ieve Columus, biggest feet, Vernon Barber, Mazie Clamor and James Funan, allcst, J Firestone and Genevievc Columbus, smallest, Rnnnle Har- jnugh and Gloria DePola, most londsomc James Funarl and Donnn Morcry, popular, Edward MacDonald ond Dorcus Burkhardt. best iicd, Edwaid MacDonald nnd Patty OHara, noisiest, Paul BciRh- Icy and Mane Yarnell, most quiet, Edgar Ilensell and Joan Gdosky Pressure In Water Discussed. The physics clnsscs are stud} ing the cfTcct of pressure below the wnt- er in deep sen diving and submarines Jumbled Names Game John Harbor had charge of a jumbled names game in Football Club Wednesday Names of outstanding players, uere jumbled on the board After the boys guessed the mmes the schools thc attended were r^en nnd the nlckmmcs of the te.un for uhich they played The program closed with n mouth organ solo by Pete Ruggicrl Arthur H RufC is sponsor Forfeits and Fines Total $2,612, Drop From Preceding Year DRUNKENNESS HEADS CHARGES Conne Isvllle Police Department made Sf! arrests and collected n total o£ $2,012 in Ones and forfeits duilng 1038, it was jovcalcd todiiy in the annual report of Chief Andrew W Thomas This compared with 503 arrest and $3 335 in 1037, 802 arrests anc $3,300 in 19TG and 329 arrests and $·15050 in 19J5 Public diunkenncss again headed the list of odcnso'! with traffic ordinance \lolatlons second followed by disorderly conduct There were 184 on the first count, 82 on the second and 08 on the third In addition, the policemen received 481 complaints, answered 80 request* for special assistance, performed special duty 154 times and recovered the 24 automobiles that were stolon in the city duilng the 12-month period While Connellsvllle rounded out four consecutive years without a fatality growing out of a local automobile accident, theie were 05 mis- hap« within the city's confines during tho year nil of which were called to ·Utention of the department The police car patrol covered 11,777 miles nnd the motorcycle 3,101, or a total of 14,868 miles ArrfsU, were made on the following counts Public drunkenness, 184, drunk and disorderly, 28 disoiderly conduct, C8, suspicious persons 46, runaways from home, 14 gambling, 52, maintaining disordcily houic, two, inmates of disorderly house, seven; larceny, 54, violation of traffic ordinance, 82, assiult and battery, one, material witnesses, three; murder, three, sodomy, one, and huckstering without a cit peimlt, two. Of the 627 arrested, 324 paid fines or left forfeits 153 were discharged, 7G released and 64 committed Those who ran nfoul of the law included 190 white males, 25 white Jcmalcs, 88 block males and 26 black females The nationalities of those taken into custody Included American, 385, Italian, 40; Slovak, 30, Poliih, 22; German, 18, Austrian, 14, Welsh, cicht, Russian, four, Hungarian, four Assyrian, four, Irish, nine; Jewish, three, Greek, two, English, thiec, and Swedish, one The laborers topped the list with 295 followed by cool miners SO, clerks 15, farmers 12, railroad brakemen five, insurance agents two, truck drivers 10, housewives 21, domestics 16, tinner one, salesmen 13, porters four, cooks five, storekeepers three, public accountant one, moulders four, barbers three, poolroom proprietor one, merchants five, students 27, machinists 15, electricians 12, palnt- e- one, plumber three, attorney one, interior decorator one and movie operator one. I.a} ton \\oman Divorcul UNIONTOWN, J.ui (I--A divoice was, gvimtcd Doioncc It I i y m , 30, of Luyton, fiom Clyde T t i y m , ilso ot tli it phicc, whom hhe described as ibout the most single marled rmn I evei saw They WPIO manicd June 28, 102.!, ,il L lyton The wife chuged descition look plicc November 1, 193-t Distribute Foodstuffs HARRIS JRG, Jjn 6--Distribution ol 10 181 000 pounds of Fed' · ' - ' cd cd m- ids 2,- Mjiplus commodity foodstuffs, val at $018000, duuns Novcmbci lai tlir tot il of such necessities to Pci sylvani I's needy to 67,290,007 pou wlth 951 1*. 1938 ictail maikct value of tor the first 11 months o£ NOVlTVdUNC. FULL OF LIF 1 «««i trom out Only as but wit eld. nut om*E cite tr« rath --Itunrll Jirk Gtrtnlfltt ll** USTRI X conulni orcinlc lUraulint tultiKl rtcra no ojiim "h!t» J*pi 7011 TO AT ONCF «!« 4 ·ih*r Intlfttiion mm«d br l»idlnf dociori Bit; cltmnl liftlm an (1 osfrlKX ui'J Iw «»' 1' not dellchlrd tnil.tr rtfurrfl prlw ot thli pitk " · D'Wtf Oil «»* 7«t»th lodu e N«wRa»rOyi»«rTonJc tor » t ti «t union Drug Co. Foods Classes Discontinued Due to the illness of Miss Alice Murphy, foods instructor, the classes nrc being discontinued this week Precious Gifts The gifts Santa left were discussed by Senior Homeroom 23, with students riming the Rift with uhich he or she would not pirt W L Lewis ·Is sponsor Conduct Contest. A populnrity contest was held in Sopromore Homeroom 22 v.itn Dorothy Kingan nnd Jean Coughcnour in charge "Keep the Home Fires Burning" WEAR FINANCE COMPANY OF LADIES' AND MEN'S The Ladies 7 and Eta's Departments in Our ftew Continental Store Are Presenting a Fine Group, of Bargains at Attractive. Reductions -Through The Month of MIGHTY SALE! 243 PAIRS Union Made DRESS PANTS $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 Values All sbos. 20 inch to ."fl Incli niiists. 210 N. Pittsburg St. H«r* or* llio ilopU, «n«raybulll|na foods that yoa want br your icmll/i winter dint, pilcod tc fit January bu Ja«til Eoch Clovtr Farm Store will hairi mat)y additional barflabn tH» wo«lc, dm la fatMntoor cliarann. BNDAI.K--Tlt« AII-1'JrpoM floor in w mnnic BLI10W »r SPA«IITT« 25c S U G A R F L O U R OI.BK R I C E BT auerkraut 3 3 ·* I3c fcVK ROW VARIrTY - *25c CIXVr.H VAKM--Kn 3 "°"25c Solid 1n the CLOVFR FAHM FACIAL TISSUE 2 '---·. 19c Matches 6 noi» 25c Cl OV KM VA11M Cough Syr. "" 23c fillPAT SKA I Cold Tabs. PKC 19c GHKAT Sl'.AI. Asp. Tabs. "K 29c GUI' VT SI AI. Eps. Salts ft? lOc Apple Sauce 2 - I9c CLOVER PAHH--Supreme In Vlnror P'Nut Butter a I7c CLOVEll PAHH Salad Dressing kit Koonomlenl Spread Rich Smnnth, Cr«amr M A Hr««iil»jt Thnt VMM Met! the Approval ,1 he Kntlre Fumllr. KAUM OLE PASHUN Go Men Wr*rminn+m Thnt MnU- A. ttnff Cllronx For Any Heal. 2Sc CLOVKR FARM ^rvnhcd Golden Ranta C O R N 2 No. 2 Cnni Gr'fruit 2 ?";,; 25c CLOVEH FARM ·;,,= 19c CIOVEn FARM -- SUeed P'apple Spinach 2 ^sf* 37c CJ,O\FIl FARM Tomat's 2 ^ 21c CIO^·FR j»AHn Pears 2 ?» n . HAVKS SUGAR PUIIE CAWE H.20 TOMATOES S A L T 5c .i' b -5c CLO\KR FARM--Xrte n«nnln K SAUERKRAUT S. 1 5: HTTJ.H F-AHM linA«(I TOOTH PICKS -« 5c CIXJVBR FARM NOODLES CI.OVEH FAKH--Pine or Braat) lOc C.n -No F«t B E E T S ci.r.vnAi,B--c«t CORNED BEEF 01 O\ EH I'\.HM^--'No Grlnli O A T S CLOMiR KARU--Quick or Kccalllt- CAKE FLOUR "SE 2Oc CI.OVIIK PARK--A Superior Cak« Floor 2SS I7c F E E Rleh nnitteil -- Frill nn» RED CUP - - · ii* 17c *fltrij Mr-How, Vlnvorfiil GLENDALE - · u. 25c TVia r«mflr HI end · CLOVER FARM · TM 29c MALTED MILK- {.J* 29c rtovrcit I»AIIM BABY FOODS 3"- 25c Vegetable*. Gtreal. Prune*, Bean*. U«vU, Carrot*, Splnnch, Pctm and Tomnto* CROC. KAJUUMALLOW C O O K I E S KRISPY CRACKERS I7c I5c SLICED BACON *'» 15c CLOVKR IfAJOr--lit Oltophnne GLENDALE.. . 2 lls. 03c H Iff h Grade Crcumcrr Uutter CLOVER FARM 2 Ibs. G7c A neat »w*ct Crcnm JJalter FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES V JERSEY SWEET POTATOES ITuncy 6 Ibs.--25c iCEBEHO LETTUCE Largo Itnttls ' 2 for 15C Bfiack Twig APPLES, fancy 6 ibs. 25c Si/c Per Doz. 25c 130 SI/C Doz. 19C I'ltin H KrKKCTIlK UKnWMMG KH1DAY, JAHUARY 0.

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