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

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 10, 1939
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1'AUK TEN. THE DAILY UOUKlliU.jCONNlfiLLSVlUJS. PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1U3!J. SCOTTDAL.E COUNCIL HAS BUSY SESSION Former Tax Collector to Be Reimbursed for Over-Payment. BUDGET WILL BE DRAWN AT ONCE Special to Tho courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 10.--Formr Tax Collector A. Mejdc Tannchill will be reimbursed $394.48 overpaid the bor- ou(!h of Scottdale by tax revisions on teal estate, according to action taken by council at its Monday night meeting. A request for back State taxes due Ihe Commonwealth will bo taken care of by a communication from Borough Solicitor John L. Moliison, who will instruct the Slate authorities that the borough will mate an effort to forward a substantial payment from back taxes by May 1. Solicitor' Moliison \vas also instructed to have Borough Manager Howard Frank draw a voucher for approximately $30 owed the State for taxes on 1938 taxable bonds, which were retired during that year. The borough is without any other taxable bonds. As a tentative budget must be adopted by January 15, the various committees will meet with Borough Manager Frank to draw up the budget: Wednesday afternoon, sanitation and light committees; Wednesday evening, fire and water and building committees; Thursday, street committee; Friday, police committee; and Saturday, finance committee. The budget will be posted for 15 days until it is cither accepted or rejected. The street committee had no report other than it met with the police - committee to talk over parking regulations in Pittsburg street and also that it notified police that the State law, which prohibits parking in front of water plugs, must be enforced. The sewer committee reported that ..all sewer drops and water tables had been cleaned; also that the outlet at Jacobs Creek will not be dredged until next spring. B. C. Bell of the light committee reported he had a request from a resident in West Pittbburg street that a light recently moved from Anderson run to Pittsburg street be re placed at Anderson run. This wa: referred to the committee. People who reported the light said children gathered there and played, creating a nuisance. The building committee hod no report other than that the firemen's rooms, rest rooms and hall had been repaired and decorated. The sanitation committee reported It had received its truck. The works committee reported thai in February it would again preseni its sewer and sidewalk project for consideration. Some time before the next regular meeting of council the street and police committee will meet and draw up a tentative parking ordinance. A request from the Scottdale Merchants Association to have the'police committee meet with its for luncheon January 19 was granted. An adjourned meeting will be held next Monday evening to draw up a tentative budget. Private Funeral Saturday. Private burial of Anthony (Tony! M. Gioia, who died in Lakeland, Fla. Saturday morning from meningitis will be made Wednesday morning in St. John's Cemetery, Scottdale. "Talks of Highway. Macholm Newhall. a Pittsburgh engineer now located in Moun Pleasant, representing the Turnpiki Commission, talked on the proposed super-highway before the Rotary Club at its Monday night dinner meeting in the Presbyterian Church Hurts Arm in Wringer. James Herman Baumann, 1' . months old, son of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Baumann of Scottdale, suffered an injury to his arm Monday morning when he caught it in a wringer. The boy was taken to Fricl Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasani Oratorical Contest. All plans have been completed fo the oratorical contest to be conducted by the Women's Missionary Society of the Pcnnsvjlle Evangelical Churc] at 7:30 o'clock this evening. Fou contestants, will be presented. Thcr will also be special musical numbers A cordial invitation is extended t all to attend. Conducts Revival. Rev. R. Walker, evangelist of Eas McKeesport, is conducting evangel ical meet Jigs 'at 7:30 o'clock eacl evening at the mission of the Chris tian and Missionary Alliance, 1 North Broadway. Rev. F. W. Henry of McKeesport is pastor of th church. There will be special musi ·11 week. Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rhodes, Eliza beth and Elmer of Walnut Hill spen Sunday visiting with relatives i Canton and Massilon, Ohio. Daughter JBorn. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of Scottdale a 4:15 o'clock this morning at the Frici Memorial Hospital. Before Bedtime Do This For BRONCHITIS And Enjoy A Good Sight's R Sleep sounder and awake refreshed-just bo wise cnoush to take 2 or 3 dose of BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE (triple acting In sweetened hot water Just before you go to bed. For Bronchial coughs --for toufih, oh permit en t coujjhs. take a few doses o BUCKLEY'S--by far the largest-selling couch medicine In alt cold Canada- Buckley's gives definite quick relief from that choking gasping struggle for breath It "acts like flash" and satisfaction is guaranteed. Get it at druggists every \i here. Burn's Drujf Store. Italy Wants Him Back Courtesy Pictures Posted. Courtesy pictures have been posted n the bulletin board in Senior Jomeroom 9. Iluvc You Head? A lifl of line books available at the ibrary has been placed" on the ccond Horn- bulletin bo.ird as an al- ractive poster. These named are: 'Two Books ot Marvel!,," Richard Halliburton; "The Yearling," Mar- orlc Rnwling!.; "Alone," Richard E. 3yrd; "With Malice Toward Some," Margaret Halsey; "Young Dr. Galahad," Elizabeth Scifcrl: "Through ^ands of the Bible," H. V. Morton; 'Peace," John Gunthcrs. Professor Enrico Fermi, Italian physicist who won the 1838 Nobel Prize for discovery of radioactive substances, is pictured in the laboratory of Columbia University, NCTV York, where he will teach. Italian scientists denied report* Fermi would not return to Italy because of, anti-Semitic laws there. (Control Press) Blind Speaker Draws Crowds, Dunbar Church DUNBAR, Jan. 10.--The prayer services at the Methodist Protestant Church 1 are starting the second week with Rev. Neil Mclntyrc, the Scotch blind evangelist, in charge. Many friends of Mr. Mclntyrc's from surrounding towns are coming to Dunbar to hear tho talented preacher. The people were greatly pleased at .he Sunday service'when a" sheet of braille, written especially for blind persons, was presented to each one attending the service. Besides being a lecturer, Mr. Mclntyre is also a soloist. Rev, William Hamilton", " the pastor,~ "extends^ an -invitation to al] to come and har the services. Priest's Father HI. Rev. George Hurley has been called to Butler by the illness of his father. Another Son Born. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weed are the parents ot a son born January 4, at :he Montifiorc Hospital, Pittsburgh It is the second son and child in the family. The mother will be rcmcm- 3ercd as Miss Violet Hcrshbergcr. Other Ilcnu of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. George Speight were visiting Mrs. Speight's sister, Mrs George Hillcn at Tippccanoe recently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green and Emma Grace Williams of. Morgantown, W. Va., were Sunday visitor: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Williams. Anna Hennessey, a blind woman of Mather, is visiting friends anc relatives here. She is also attending the services at the M. P. Church am reports she is enjoying them im- menseley. Mr, nnd Mrs. Clark Mankins anc Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kinncy were visiting Charles Mankins and Robcr Gray at Conncllsvillc State Hospita Sunday. Mrs. Jeffries Buried. The funeral service for Mrs. Myrtli Jeffries was held at the home Monday afternoon with Rev. Raymond Hitchcock in charge. A choir composed of Josephine Bodkin, Blanch Smitley, Mrs. George Clements Olive Bodkin, with Mrs. Edn.i St Clair at the piano, sang "Will- ih. Circle Be Unbroken?", "Good Nigh and Goodmorning" and "No Nigh There." ~ Pallbearers were al nephews of the deceased. They wen Ray, Newton, Kenneth, Garret Thomas and Robert Boyd. Out o town" relatives and friends were from Brownsville, Monongahclu City Grccnsburg, Donoru and Charleroi. Mrs. Realty 111. Mrs. James Rcutty is seriously il at her home on Furnace hill. Woman Ends Life. GREENSBURG, Jan. 10.--Coronc H. A. MeMurray was notified of th suicide of Mayme Belle Walihan, 01 ot Washington township. She rente a ' cottage near her home, took th hose from a gas stove in her room laid down in bed, puled the cover over her head and inhaled the deadl. fumes. C. H.S. NEWS OF THE DAY MILITARY FUNERAL FOR W. D. DUNLAP Cl.iss Play BcinR Selected. Miss Gladys Phillips and Miss Dorothy Mathias arc revicwins plays o select one for the annual presentation of the Sophomore Class. Whistles for Sale. Girls desirous of buying whistles o be used in rcfereeing are urged to contact Miss Gladys "Pat" Clark. Chemistry Students Perfect? "Ported is the word," says Mrs. Esther Burkholdcr, for attention given by the students pertaining to .he study of the electron theory in the chemistry classes. A Bat to Nurture. The zoology classes of Miss Irene Kline are taking care of a bat. Bryce Dixon nnd Joe Enos turned it in to the clnss. Formal Valentine Party. The annual Girl Reserves' Valentine party, where the girls arc accompanied by their beaux, will be formal this year lor the first time since the organization started. The affair will'be held February 11 in the gymnasium. Spanish ri.iy Read. "El Palacio Triste," by Martinez Sierra, is the play being translated by Miss Dorothy Mathias' second year Spanish students. Martinez Sierra js a contemporary Spanish writer and well known in this country-as he toured here In 1927 with his troupe, produclnc his plays and receiving favorable criticism. ' Unit Ends This Week. The unit, "MakinR ot the Constitution," studied by the junior history classes, sponsored by W. L. Lewis, will be completed this week. To Sponsor Contest. The Woodcraft Club is formulat- ng plans for a Hying model and kite flying contest. Paul A. Kcightlcy is advisor. Composition Studied. Miss Maiy Frances Kurtz' sophomore English classes are studying composition. Oickcus Story Read. Tlic sophomore English classes under the supervision of Miss Eleanor Roland are studying "The Talc of Two Cities." Freshmen Use Diacrams. The study of diagrams fills the freshmen English classes taught by Miss Elizabeth Osburn, Lumber Movie Today. Miss Madelyn Soncfelt's geography classes finished a unit on lumbering today. A movie, entitled "Lumbering" was shown to the classes. Botany Unit. ·How Plants Assimilate Food," is the title o£ the unit now being used in John F. Lewis' Botany classes. Concessions Tonlcht. Virginia Humphrey and Kdith Bane- will have charge of the concessions at the basketball game this evening. "Transportation" Studied. Finishing the unit. "Fuel," the senior science class taught by Paul A. KetghUey is starting another on "Transportation." Jr. Ill Presents Program. The students in Miss Catherine Francis' homeroom in Junior High School presented the assembly program today for the underclassmen. Sophomores Study Grammar. Mrs. Elsie B. Walton's sophomore English classes arc spending some time studying grammar. P E R R Y O P O L I S Special to Tho Courier. PERRYOPOLIS, Jan. 10.--The Women's Club was entertained Thursday afternoon by' Mrs. W. P. Lint. The meeting was conducted by the bccond vice-president, Mrs. William Armstrong. The society voted $5, its yearly contribution, to the tuberculoses fund. The program had been arranged by Mrs. Frank Elwcll and included talks by Mrs. O. A. Luce and Mi's, Harold Blaney on "Life Begins at Forty"; a talk by Mrs,. D. M. Graham en "Life Begins at Sixty." Extra guests were Mrs. George Pollock, Mrs. Albert Reynolds and Mrs. 1. H, Baugh. Bobby Lint and Lorrain Lint each pljjed violin solos and were accompanied by Mrs. Lint and Helen Echard respectively. Silver Anlvcrsary. The Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Perry Methodist Episcopal Church had a special dinner Thursday evening in celebration of its 25th anniversary. The society was begun as the Standard Bearers and had a* counsellor, Mrs. R, P. Kamercr. The members, of the present Standard Bearers were invited to the dinner and 14 accepted. Mrs. Knmercr read a letter from Miss Olive Curry, formerly of Washington and now in Nagataki College for Women in Kwassui, Japan. This was of special interest as Miss Curry is s frcind of Mrs. Kumcrcr and has spoken in the church here. There were also talks given by Mrs. Walter Townscnd, Mrs. J. R. Martin, Rev, Grimm and Miss Florence Louden. A report was given by the secretary, Mrs. Perry Stuck. Nineteen of the 28 members attended. There were 25 charter members and of these, six are still identified with the socicly. Entertains Bible Class. Mrs. JoJ n Bnnkcr entertained the Women's Bible Class of the Star Junction Methodist Episcopal Church Wednesday evening with 15 members in attendance. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McClay and daughter Letltia, of Uniontown visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrec Luxury Is Yours in Little Time Household Art* by Alice Brook* Done In' Two Strands of String It's Quick!) Made CO** Itll MOUWWdO AJnl. INC PATTERN 6270 H you love beauty you'll wont to own this lovely 92 inch cloth. It's done in a double strand of string. By crocheting it in a single strand or in !lne cotton you can make cloths of various sizes. And if you'd like a scarf for the buffet, crochet just the center part including the solid band. Simple beauty of dciign gives this cloth a richness hard lo surpass. Pattern 0270 contains instructions tor making cloth; an illustration of it and of stitches- materials needed. ' To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arts Dept., 250 W. 14th Street, New York, N Y Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong am Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin at tended the business meeting of thi Fox Hunters' Association of Fayctti County at Haddonville Wednesday evening. f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller visitci the latter's relatives, Mr. and Mrs Fred Beancr and Mrs. Eliza Grimm or Grecnsburg Friday evening am at the same time Mr. and Mr. am Mrs. E. II. Evey visited the former' mother, Mrs. George Kazel. Second Child Is Son. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pcvonik hav a son, their second child, born Tues day. Aid Society Meets. Tlie Ladies' Aid Society, section live, of the Great Bethel Bapti:, Church of Uniontown had its month ly all-day meeting Thursday at th home of Mrs. William McBurney At noon u chicken dinner was servec In the afternoon, at the business ses slon, plans were made lor the shar of the work of this section in th turkey dinner and supper the churar is sponsoring. The women froir Pcrryopolii who attended were Mrs Charles G.irree, Mrs. William Esslng ton and Mrs. Helen Johnson. WAGE DISPUTE THROWS 7,400 OUT OF WORK By United Press. DETROIT, Jan. 10.--The Plymout division of Chrysler Corporatior and a portion of the Briggs Manu facturing Company plant were shu down Monday as a result of D "slow down" strike In the forge shop, of thi Dodge-factory. Ofllcial.s s.iid that 5,400 employe at Plymouth nnd 2,000 at Brigg Brigss were sent home. They sai( that other divisions would be forcei to close later today, possibly throw ing an additional 6,000 men out o work. The dispute in the forge plant wa over wages, officials said. Will Change Title. CINCINNATI, Jan. 10.--The wore "dictator" now has many "unhapp, connotations" so thc v Loyal Order o Moose will supply another title fo its governing officers. Senator Jame J. Davis said here. Senator Davi was a founder of the organization. "Virginia Judge" Dead. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 10.--Walte Kelly, 65, known as the "Virgin! judge," died and M passed one o the celebrated acts of vaudeville. H was injured three weeks ago when hit by an automobile in Hollywood. Will Meet Wednesday. The East Liberty Fancywork Clul will meet Wednesday evening at th home of Mrs. J. T. Landymore o North Dawson instead of Thursdaj evening. Members are asked to not the change. Mrs. Peter Klink Dead. SOMERSET, Jan 10.--Mrs. Susa Christner Klink, 59, wife of Pet« Klink of Berlin, died Friday in Som crsct Community Hospital. COLDS, JbVver and Liquid. Tablets, HcndncllCS Salve, Nose Drops duo to colds Try nub-My-Ilsm-.i Wonderful LLnJmcn The funeral for Waller Dale Dunap of Vandcrbilt was held Thursday ftcrnoon witli-a prayer at the home ollowcd by a service at the Christian Church of Vandcrbilt. Chester A. Villiamson, pastor of tho Christian Church of Scottdalc, assisted by '.lev. 'aul Clemmenbon, pabtor ot the Christian Church of Vandcrbilt, olli- -iatcd. Burial was in 'DIckcrson Hun Union Cemetery. At the grave Mr. Dunlap was ac corded military rites by members o th« Pennsylvania National Guard c C ConncllsviUe with First Sergcar t Thoirms Gicgg in charge. Pallbcarci were Sergeants George Daughcrt: John L. Soisson, Paul DeBolt, Gcorj ,Cole and Robert DeBolt and Private iVincent Moon. Taps were sounded by Private Joseph P. Budeigh and echo by Sergeant Anthony Vitalc. Corpoial James WcIIinK and Private William Cochran fired a salute from a 37mm RUU. NATIONAL BANK CALL ISSUED By United Press. WASHINGTON, Jan. 10.--The Comptroller o£ the Currency issued a call for the condition of oil National banks at the close of business Saturday, December 31. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation also announced its call for the condition o£ insured state banks, not members ol the Federal Reserve System. On Quality Clothing and Furnishings We must turn our stocks into cash and in order to do so are marking it at unbelievable prices. .Regular values to $27.50 in single and double breasted for Men and Young Fellows. Regular values to $35.00 in the season's newest styles and patterns. Sizes in regulars, shorts, longs and stouts. ALL FINER SUITS; INCLUDING:Hickey, Freeman and Kuppenheimer $40.00 Suits now $30.00 $45.00 Suits now $33.75 $50.00 Suits now $37.50 $65.00 Suits now $48.75 Men's Shirts . . . Broken lots of regular $1.65 and $1.35 quality in smart patterns. All sizes from y : to 17. Pajamas $1.95 now $1.65 $2.50 now $1.85 $3.50 now $2.65 Dress Socks . . . Made by Allen-A in smart patterns and plain colors. Regular 25c value, 5 pr. for $1 .00 Cotton Kaynee Shirts . . . Junior and Youth sizes in assorted patterns. Regular $1.00 value 59c Socks, 18c Men's Wool Union Suits-'A Off One lot Sweaters to $2.95 values, 95c Manhattan Shirts 14 Off Wool Jackets to $9.95 value, one of a kind, $4.95 Men's Union Suits Medium weight, ankle length with long or short sleeves. To ?1.50 values 85c Bostonian Shoes $7.50 now $6.35 $8.50 now $7.35 Mansfield Shoes . $4.85 Shirts and Shorts The shorts ot fine quality broadcloth in new patterns. The shirts of fine combed cotton. 3 for $1.00 Men's Hats One odd lot of fine Hats, slightly soiled. Former $2.05 and §3.50 values. $1.95 FASHIONS FOR MEN 117 No. Pittsburg Street Phone 2087

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