The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 11, 1939 · Page 10
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 11, 1939
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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURTER, CONNELLSVILI.E, PA. , JANUARY 11, 1030. MT. PLEASANT BANK ELECTS; HAS FINE YEAR O. S. Shields and Swaney Hall Named New Members of Board. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST C H. S. NEWS OF THE Music Marks Program. Pete Ruggicri played mouth organ selections and William Ullcry guitar numbers during the homeroom program of Paul A. Keightlcy's group. Vocations Discussed. A lengthy discussion was held by Marlm W. Hartman's homeroom, Study Hall B, with Mr. Hartman in charge. Special to The Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan 11 -Stockholders of the Mount Pleasant State Bank Tuesday afternoon elected Oliver S. Shields and Swaney Hall as new directors Those leclectcd are James A Cowan, Dr John R. Madden, Chester Painter, John K. Fox, W. S Lceper and Paul Doncaster. The board meets today to reorganize. The total assets of the bank, which had an excellent year, as ol December 31, 1938, were $1,748,25854, an increase of $112,097.20 over that of Decebcr 31, 1937. It was stated the earnings 'had been satisfactory. Woman's Club to Meet. The Woman's Club of Mount Pleasant township will meet Thuts- day night in the high school, when a book program will be presented. The program is to include a talk, "Interesting Facts About Our High School Library," by Miss Margaret Kaputa, librauan of Hurst High School; a book review by Miss Ethel LandgrafT; an impersonation of favorite book characters in costume by club members, as well an exhibition o fold books and documents. The hostesses for the evening are Miss Evelyn Ondrako and Mrs. Daniel Weaver. Quarters Made Ready. Work is progressing rapidly in pre- paiing the First Ward school building in Church street for the Turnpike Commission engmeeis who will have quarters in the building One large diafting room is being made with partitions removed for the purpose. Xcw Officers in Charge. Newly elected officers of the Mount Pleasant Volunteer Fnc Department vill take up their duties at the next meeting, January 17 The new officers are: Chief, Louis Sargent; assistant chief, Harry Whetsel; president, Robeit King, first vice-president, Kenneth Crusan; second vice- president, Geoige Nixon; third vice- president, Robert Etzc: treasurer, Roy Crosby; secretary, Kay Bmgaman; assistant secretary, Hemy Lcntz; chaplain, Rev. E. G. Sawyer; surgeon, Dr. Merntt McCloy; electrician, Joseph R. Myal; house committee, Charles Crosby, Wilmer Stohl and Harry Swartz; directors of the relief association, John Kortright and Joseph M. Goldsmith; and auditing committee, William Dolan, Kenneth Crusan and Wilmer Stohl. Church Loop Under Way. The Church Basketball League, which got under way last Thursddy evening at the State Armory, is again attracting much attention. The Reformed team lost in the opening game. Officers chosen for the league this year are: Leonard Volkin, president and trcnsuier, and Kensey Dillon, secretary. The league is made up of six teams. Council Meets Monday. The postponed meeting of council will be held Monday evening, at which time old ordinances will be considered and new ordinances drawn up. Marguerite Durbln Winner. A movie star contest was held m Junior Homeroom 1, sponsored by Miss Mary Frances Kurt?, with Mnrgucnte Durbm winning. Muriel Brooks was in charge of the contest. Foods Play Read. Miss Alice Murphy's Foods Classes aic reading a play entitled "My Lady Budgets." NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED BY DUNBAR ORDER Juniors Put Recently Elected Staff Into Their Chairs. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE B y S h e p a r d B a r c l a y "The Anthority on Authorities" Recording Contest Held. Earl Ringler played numeious recording records during junior homeroom program of Room 23 in charge of W. L. Lewis. Students guessed the name of the piece and the orchestra playing. Mid Stafford was the winner. Radlofrrams Studied. Harold N. Dicm's office-practice class Is studjing radiograms Talk on N"cv York City. Robert Frankcnbeiry told Miss Lorctta Gahardi's Study Hall A homeroom about his visit to New York City. After his talk he distributed numerous souvenirs, among which was a menu autographed by Kay Kser Mammal pictures Drawn. Junior Homeroom 7-B drew pictures of mammals on the board and the other students tried to guess what the picture represented. This room doesn't bras of its artists. Chickens Being Hatched. The zoology classes of Miss Irene Kline arc- placing eggs in an incubator in the class room and awaiting results. Each student turns in eggs and at the end of the experiment will possess the chicks. New Unit Todaj. Miss Madelyn Sonafclt' 1 ! (jeowaphy classes .started a unit entitled "Horticulture," today. Class Colors Grouped. The seniors voted for cplors and flowers for the class Tuesday afternoon and the results will be made known tomorrow. The choices were divided into the following groups: I--crimson and white, white carnation; II--copper and light giccn, talisman rosebud: III--green and white, green carnation; IV--gieen and unite, white carnation; V--jcl- low and brown, ellow rosebud--VI-turquoise and nory, white carnation, nnd VII--puiplc and white, white carnation Si. George Knighls Install Officers Officers were installed by Grand fice-Prcsidcnt John Lohrum of Pittsburgh and four new members accepted into the order as the Knights of St. George, Branch No. 58 met in regular session Sunday at Frick Hall, Leiscnring No. 1. Officers for the ensuing year ai .· as follows: Rev. Henry Geibel, spiritual advisor; Jacob Brass, president; Ralph Rcidmau, vice-president; Henry Docrflcr, recorder; Joseph Sikora, secretary-treasurex, Charles Haggerty, marshall; trustees, Thomas Sikora, Max J. Rcidman and Henry Fettc. The Blanch Life in Jugoslavia. Angelme Morolt gave a talk pertaining to life in Jugoslavia to Senior Homeroom 6, sponsored by Hniolo. A. Swank. Angelme was a former resident there and at the close of her talk she answered all inquiries made by the students. MANY NEWSY EVENTS OF TOWN DUNBAR, Jan. 11--At the regular meeting of the Junior Order of the United American Mechanics Monday evening Distuct Deputy W E Murphy ot Connellsville installed the following officers: Councilors, Fred Lowry; vice-councilor, Sam Raum; recording secretary, William Jacobs; assistant recording sccictary, Hairy Ainsley; financial sccictary, Dan Hair; treasurer, Edwin Harvey; conductor, John Stanm,. warden, Howard Hampton; trustees, Junior Haidj, Albert Hughes and Cljdc Holsmg Ready for Part. Mrs B. J. McGivein, chairman of the benefit card party to be held tonight at St Aloysius Hall has announced her aides. She will be assisted by Delia Maloy and Sara Nclis. Committees are, bridge, Mrs. Anthony Galand, 500, Mis Edward Gibbons and Mrs John Sansone; door, A. L. Schwcnmng. Miss Nclis wants all books on the quilt turned m as the quilt will be awarded tonight. Playing is expected to start at 8 30 o'clock Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin of Smock were visiting at the home of Mr. Martin's brother and sister-m- la, Mr and Mrs. Earl Martin of Ferguson road Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Hall and daughter, Patucia Ann, of Ohiopyle, wc-c Sunday guests ot Mr and Mrs. John Williams of Peehin. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Soakcy have moved to H.irdy hill. Dickie Smith was able to resume his studies at St. Aloyslus school Tuesday after being confined to his home for a week. Agnes Wilson is ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Snowdon and daughter, Lois, and HeRina Mejers of Uniontown were recent visitors here. Pras'cr Meeting. Prajer services held every Thursday evening by the Dunbar Mission will be at the home of Mrs. Mary Pcnwcll at 7.30 o'clock Rajmond Hitchcock of Vandcrbilt will be m charge. Scwhisr Club to Meet. The D. D. D. Sewing Club of Pechln will meet Thursday evening with Mrs. H B. Amslcy. Home I'rom Hospital. Upton D. Spccr returned home Tuesday after spending the past week at Uniontown Hospital where he received trcttmcnt. He is reported resting well Girl Scouts Elect. The Girl Scouts held election of officers at the meeting Monday e\e- ning. Results follow: Secretary, Louise Moer and treasurer, Norma Spangler. liich patrol elected a new leader. They on." Leeches, Mar} A WELCOME PRESENT There la no more welcome present lo a bridge player than getting doubled at a contract which he can redouble and make. One splendid way to Invite such gifts Is to bid for a no trump game when holding a long solid minor suit which you have never shown to the opponents That Is, of course, only when Vou believe the other suits arc prcpably well enough stopped to keep the enemy from a long run before your get Into the lead A » 5 2 V A J S · A K Q J S 5 2 * None (Dealer: East. Neither side vul nerable.) Some interesting didoci were cut on this deal, submitted by Hnrry Adlcr of Trenton, New Jersey. Aftf r East opened with 1-Club, South disdained to reveal his suit with some number of diamonds, but doubled Instcid. West, apparently hoping to lure South Into some kind of a spade bid, made a weakness call over the double, 1-Hcart. After North and East passed this, South doubled This time West decided to bid his apadcs at one, whereupon North got Into It with a double, which East passed, South's next call of 3-No Trump would have shocked many players if they had been kibitzing, put it was not as unfounded as may appear. North's double of spades had surely shown them stopped, plus something else in his hand. The somc- Lhing else could not very well be In hcartJ! In view of West's bid and South'o own holding Likewise it could not possibly be in diamonds It must be hi clubs That's the way it turned out. East saw fit to double the 3-No Trumps, but South redoubled and a club was led, producing nine consecutive tncks for the declarer. · · · Tomorrow's Problem. A Q J 4 V 30 8 8-6 » A * K Q 10 B A A 9 8 7 6 3 V None $ 7 6 - 1 3 A A 7 2 (Dealer: East. Neither side \ul- nerablc ) What is the soundest bidding on this deal, considering that no player has a chance to sec anybody's hand but hla own' Fcituiel Sytxlicitr. lac. Auto Injuries Fatal. Harold Forsythe, 27, son of Richard Forsythe ot Washington, Pa, was killed in jn automobile accident in Chicago Sunday night. He was a native of Fayette City and had resided In Washington prior to locating in Chicago. He leaves his f.ithei, a sister and two aunts The funeral service will be held at the father's home at Washington at 2 30 o'clock this after- Credit Hoard Elects. UNIONTOWN, J.m. 11--H M of Grins Station and Ray Stro snidei of Wancsbuig wete iceleclei foi three e,ir terms to the boaid o directors of the UmonUnvn Produc lion Credit Association, i branch o the Federal Production Credit Cor poration, at the annual stockholdei meeting Monday M. O Wilson o Baltimore, parent firm president, wa the prmcipnl speaker at a luncheon. DUNBAR WINS IN OVERTIME LEAGUE TILT Continued from Page Seven, o 30, and Perry Township drubbed Belle Vcrnon, 13 to 17. The summary: 3itnlar G. ^'crthko, f 7 Pivolosky, t J_ feit/nell, c !. rlusband, g . 0 Contia, g _ _ . ,, . _ ,, 3 , .. 0 Jin. ie, g _,,_ Scpcsi, g . _ 2 Totals Scmcklcy Smith, f Bara^ky, f _ Kov \\, c Arch, £ Baltisti, g Bcdnarz, g Kramer, ff Polet, g . Totals Score by periods Dunbar 10 10 12 Seiucklcy 10 :0 12 Rcrerce--McEndoi fur. F. Pk. 0 14 0 10 Christmas Seal Sale Nets $579 Mrs. Robert her rcpoit bcf S. Cooper, chairman o£ the annual ^hiistmas j,eal sale, in re the Woman's Culture Club Monday afternoon announced that up to the present time $57828 h i d bCLn rcccncd. Thib rc- poi t is not complete as *i rumber of peibons receiving bcah thiough the mails have not .is, yet been heard fiorn. The rtpott iubmitlfd wjs: Schools -- Cormcllbville, $190.72; South Conncllsville, S25 12; Casparis, S2, NJIIOWS, $296; Rockridge, 5519; Poplar Grove, $6 67; Immaculate Conception, $10; total, $24860. Postotncc- booth. $5291. The seal campaign is sponsored by the Woman's Culture Club Mrs. Coopei untiringly worked toward the disposal ot the seals Jnd she cx- preisnd appicciation of the aid of ! her committee and the cooperation of the public The money received will be applied to the fund used by the club in maintaining Connellsville's three clinics--Well-Baby, Tuberculosis and G -U Overholt, Uniontown. Play Friday Ovciholt Distillery will swing into action for the second time before home followers at 8:15 o'clock Friday night, meeting the Kauffman five of Unolntown at Scottdale S t a t e Armory. A preliminary game pl.mncd for 7'15 o'clock. The distillers went to tripping Large last week counting on big things Fayette countyscaters. is being town in and arc against the CHILDREN'S (due to colds) Don't let distress of chest colds or spasmodic croupy coufihs due to colds go untreated! Rub Children's Musterolo on v child's throat, chest and back at once. This milder form of regular Mustcrolo penetrates the surface skm, ·A arms and stimulates local circulation. Floods tho bronchial tubes with its soothing, relieving vapors. Mustorolo brings such speedy relief because it's MORE than "just a ealvc." Recommended by many doctor* and nureca. Three strengths: Resular, Children's (mild) and Extra Strong, 40'. Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. All druggists. CHILDREN'S Jumble Game. Orchestra leaders, stage and screen stars, popular authors and opera stars were listed m the jumble game played by Senior Homeroom 3, m charge of Miss Elvada Marshall. Frank McCIuro Presents Quiz. A town quiz of all cities was held in Senior Homeroom 10 with Frank McClurc in charge. Miss Prudence Waltixs is; supervisor. Tho Food Supply Studied. Freshman General Science classes taught by Mrs. Virginia D. Furrier are studying "Food Supply." a unit entitled Belle Miller and Dora Dean, assistant; Industrious 7, Dons Miller and Lynettc Rechcnboig, assistant; Dependable Girls, Alice Quarnc and Henrietta Sykcs, assistant; Amells Fedilis, Dons Porter and Norma Spangler, assistant. The girls decided to attend the prayer services at the Methodist Protestant Church in body tonight. They also made plans for a skating party to be held in the near future next regulai meeting of No. 58 will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, February 5, at Leisennng No. 1. The Fay-West meeting of Knights of St George will be hold at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, January 29, at Scottdale. Members of all branches are urged to attend. Gray-Y Boys Tour Jail, Courthouse Members of the Gray-Y, under the leadership of Harry Arnold, visited the county jail in Uniontown Saturday, toured the courthouse and then took a swim at the Y. M. C. A. Accompanying them were Charles W. Eoyce, boys' work secretary at the Y. M. C. A , and Rev. Merrill L. Cadwcll, pastor of the Christian Church. In the Gray-Y group besides Leader Arnold wore Harry Morgan, Dale O'Donnell, Dwane Moi timer, Carlton Trump, Jack Conway, Thomas Blacka, John Phillips, Robert Burns, Bud DcWitt, Donald Adamson, Clyde King, Robert Baylor, John Collinson and William Harris.- 1 Max Bacr In Movies. Maxic Baer has been signed for sue Western pictures, the first of which is to go into production February 15, Arcadia Pictures announced m Hollywood. Victor Herbert Program. Harold N. Diem gave a brief address pertaining to Victor Herbert and then illustrated his talk by playing numerous selections written by Herbert on a victrola-radio in Homeroom 20. Among the numbers played were "Babes in Toyland," "Sweethearts" and selections from "Naughty Marietta." Miss Dorothy Mathias is sponsor of the homeroom. Aiforney R. L Besf Heads Bar Association GREENSBURG, Jan. 11.--Attorney R. E. Best was elected president of the Westmoreland County Law Association, succeeding Attorney H. E. Marker. Attorney Vance E. Booher is secretary and Attorney Charles H. Harman treasure!. R. W. Smith, Thomas G. Taylor and John W. Pollins aic on the executive committee and Scott Fink, R. W. Smith, Jr., George L Ely, Paul J. Abraham and James Gregg the banquet committee. STEEL OUTPUT DROPS IN 1938 NEW YORK, Jan. 11.--Preliminary figures of the American Iron Steel Institute placed 1038 steel production at 27,839,261 gross tons, tho smallest since 1934 and 44 per cent below the 1937 output of 49,502,907 tons. The estimate was compiled from reports of companies which in 1937 made 98 26 per cent of the open hearth and all of the Bessemer steel ingots. December pioduction was 3,143,169 tons compared with 3,572,220 tons in November and 1,473,021 in December, 1937. The gam December, was 113 per cent 1037, the lowest point of the depicssion and the lowest level in four years. 17 Jockeys Barred. Seventeen jockeys who weie ic- fuscd 1939 iidlng permits by the California Horse Racing Boara \\eie barred from the Agua Calicnte lrick in Mexico. No names were mentioned. Perry W. C. T. U. Tonight. A meeting ot the Pcrryopohs Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the home of Mrs R P Kamerer at Porrjopolis. CLYDE A. fiETH Radio Service Aerials Tubes Used Radios 104 Enst Fnjcttc Street Xo Credit Phone 1910 Thursday. Tommy Speigal, Uniontown light- weifiht, boxes Julio Gonzules in an eight-round mam bout in Brooklyn Thursday night Off ALL Your Bills W a Personal Loan Then have LESS to pay each month, because you have only ONE place to pay. There'll be more LEFT OVER for your Jiving expenses. Mam requirement, just youi ability to repay the loin in small sumj, regularly. No co-makers No ind:.erect inquiries "Personal Credit" loan-, up to $300 on your signdtuic only, or those of husband and wife. Come in or phone. FINANCE COMPANY I lour. PCI !letzti Huliain; Crawford A' Phone 31 3O2 So. Pittsburg Street UNIVERSAL GAS RANGES ana. E L E C T R O L U X REFRIGERATORS * SPECIAL SALE -foot a. limiteel fl/ne Only a. few models left. Act now. You can make a substantial saving. All ranges and refrigerators are new and carry full factory guarantee. Come in today . . . make your selection while most models are available. * BUY ON OUR BUDGET PLAN A small down payment installs the appliance in your home. The balance can be arranged in small N monthly payments. Phone 322

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