The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 12, 1939 · Page 9
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January 12, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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THURSDAY, J A N U A H ' I Z . '1 M\'.' THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBLT.SVrLLIS. PA. PACK NlNli'. HAPPENINGS,|N A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT 1C. Hi-Lites · ; Special to The Courier. . MOUNT'.PLEASANT, Jan. 12.--At a meeting of the stockholders of the Mount Pleasant State Bank Wednesday evening, the following officers were elected: President, James A. Cowan; vice-president, Dr. J. - R. Madden! secretary, F. C. Painter; cashier, G. Wylie Overly; assistant secretary, Gilbert P. Clark. j It-was decided to take on another clerk. James Murtha was chosen clerk. ; Inspect Fire Quarters. The Mount Pleasant volunteer firemen held open house at the firemen's rooms and engine house Wednesday evening, when at least 200 people went through the rooms and Inspected the apparatus and the new fire alarm system. The new system seemed to be what interested them most. Members of the department acted as hosts in showing the people through the building. Plan for Year. ' An intimate prayer service was held Wednesday evening at the Reunion Presbyterian Church, when the members who attended gathered around the fireplace in the social rooms and discussed the "Church In 1939." Society Elects Officers. The Women's Missionary Society oZ the Reunion Presbyterian Church met Tuesday night with Mrs. Pear- sort ot the parsonage. Officers chosen were as follows: President, Mrs. Paul Newcomb; vice-president, Mrs. T. R. Snydcr; treasurer, Mrs. N. M. Pigman. Having the rotary system left some of the offices filled from a previous election. Miss Sarah S. Horner resigned as secretary. On the program Mrs. Frank Walker presented a paper on ."Southwest Mexico" and Mrs. Neweomb ' one on "China." At the. close of the program there was a social hour with refreshments Joint hostess with Mrs. Pearson were Miss Viola Stevenson and Mrs T. R. Snyder. · near About Convention. At a meeting of the Teachers' Association nt Ramsay High Schoo Wednesday evening a report of the ' State meeting at Harrisburg was givtn by the delegate, G. . Clifforc Singley. ; . . "/"Much time was given to the. dis- "cussion 'of the Teacher Tc'hure Ac and 'contemplated changes. Latin Clnb Organized. A Latin ' Club was organized Wednesday morning. All fourth and third year students and 1 the second year students who intend to take Latin for another year were admitted as members. Officers elected were: ' President, Catherine Denvir; vice-president, Martha Llposky; secretary, Paul Jrvin; treasurer, Kathryn Soisson. A name for the club will be selected at the next meeting, Eugene O'Donovan was appointed to draw up-a-constitution'for the club. Wild Life Expert, Native of Somerset ., -,v,;J.-. : - : .County; Succumbs SOM JRSET, Jan. 12.--Earl E ;Hpover,-.27i:.chieJ!; biologist 1 of .the.New ^Hampshire Game- Pish Commission vjfncV'a ^ormer. Somerset .county, nth ·5ete,"'dlcd' suddenly'in a hospital'lin ^Concord;- N: H., of pleurisy aftei-'ar rjllness.pl,five weeks. A,son of .Ed ^·ward K. and Minnie Fitt.Hoover.'o rjyest Race.street, he was born hece ;-jjas graduated from Somerset Higl ·;S.chool.and.received degrees'at Lcba ·^jon Valley College and Johns Hop ·Jdns University. For the past trire : ycarsC'he had been biologist in Nc\ ^Hampshire. He is survived by "hi :jarents, his wile, one sister and'tw ^brothers. The body was brough "here'for burial. -EVERSON REVIVAL : END SUNDAY -.;... The revival at the United Brethre Church at Everson, which .has bee ·in progress two weeks, will be con eluded with'a service Sunday eve. hlng, January 15. There will b services each evening except Satur day. y-Friday night will be set aside fb y.oung people ot the community. -' ·'Rev. Paul A. Morris is the pasto: Subway Petition Denied. : HARRISBURG, Jan. 12.--Publi Utility Commission dismissed a com plaint of Penn borough, Wcstmorc land county, asking that the Penh sylvania Railroad be required to ton struct a subway estimated to cos $458,200. The commission found tha the necessity was not such as to war rant construction of such a vchicula ! .and pedestrian subway. Father Join's Medicine Helps Build Sturdy Bodies Its healthful,- nourishing elements aid in maintaining strength, vigor and vitality. Father John's Medicine is not "just another cold remedy." It. not only helps brealt up colds, but builds up the body. Its use by millions of people during 84 years is the strongest possible proof of value.--Advertisement. Watch the Birdie, Please'.. All this week different groups of nior boys and girls are .having icir pictures taken. They all smile iweetly" when the command, vatch the birdie, please!" is given. Geometry Class Small. For the first semester the solid eorrietry class claims the distinction : being' the smallest mathematics ass in .the High School. Its cnroll- icnt consists of four senior girls, larcella DeOrc,. Martha Liposky, wothy Mclntyrc and Catherine icnvir. " What Frogs! The-poor Charmless frog .is the atest victim of the determined lology students. By their dlssec- ons on biological specimens they ave made the laboratory into a slaughter house." Sewing Class In New Work. The sewing classes, sponsored by the Ladles' Auxiliary, have taken up ·cnitting and crocheting. La'tln Assembly. The second-year · Latin class will iresent an assembly entitled "The Special-Assignment" Friday morning n the auditorium. Chemistry Studies Irritable. The.members of the chemistry class are very irritable these days They are having much difficulty writ heir new unit. They cannot master he art of .forming and balancing equations. Freshmen .Plan Assembly. The freshman class is making plans lor an assembly program to be ;iven in honor of the purification o he Blessed Virgin Mary February 2 Chanclta Club. The students of the second yea Spanish class held a club meeting in the senior homeroom Friday cvcnlni after school. From several Spanisl names'"Chancita Club," or "A Littl Fun," was voted by the members. Sr. Imelda told the class of a; exhibition of Spanish,- French ani rman material-to be.held in Fcb ruary at ·Sacred Heart High Schoo Frick Safety Speaker NEWS OF THE COURTS i By an act .of special legislature, t the county treasurer's tax sales for ('delinquent 1932 and 1033 taxes were j postponed until April 1. ' At that time, County Treasurer H. Dan Mlnerd said, properties on which taxes are delinquent for the years 1032 and 1936. inclusive, will'be sold. Properties for the years 1934-30 arc being prepared for newspaper advertisement while the first two years, 1932-33, have, already been properly advertised according to iaw. Unless additional legislation again stays the treasurer's sales, properties for the five years will go on the block April 1. The sales were originally scheduled for the first Monday in December, postponed until January 0 and then until April . .' Berle Explains By deed filed with Recorder Patrick F. llynes more than 194 acres of coal land in Saltlick township were conveyed by the heirs " of the late John B. Lyons to the Koppors Coal j Company of Pittsburgh. ; The transaction was for a consld- j oration of S2.917.95, and Included two ! separate tracts, one of 140 acres and j the other 54 acres. Transferring the property to the j coal company were James I. and Elizabeth Lyons, Norman R. and Catherine Lyons, Samuel T. Lyons, Alfred S. Berg and Ruby A. Berg, Samuel C. Berg and Margaret I. Berg, Annie B. Miller and Emory L. Miller, Eva B. Miller and Archie D. Miller, Blanche Berg, Emma B. Collins and Charles W. Collins. · . THOMAS MOSES .... ' ." . '-f Thomas Moses, vice-president of the United States Steel Corporation o£ Delaware in charge of raw materials. will..be the principal. speaker ;af the.24th annual safety ·dinner of operating officials of tile. H; C. Frick Coke Com- 'pany Saturday evening at Pleasant.Valley Country Club. Mr. Moses' son, Harry M. f who will serve as toastmaster . and introduce Ws father, is president of tho.Frick Company, having succeeded his father to that position. in Pittsburgh, and'rcmlndcd the class to bring in pictures, 'stories, and magazines concerning Spain. Other points of business discussed included: a change in club meeting '.schedule.' Meetings will be held on the first and third Fridays of the month because the basketball players cannot be present on Wednesdays. The president selected two members to get the- principal's permission to have the club's picture taken and printed in the commencement number of "The Imrnaculat.1." The meeting was very well attended. Essay Contest Sponsored. The Ladles' Auxiliary to the Ancient Order uf Hibernians Is sponsoring its annual contest on Irish history. All students are invited to enter. A 500-word essay on "The United Irishmen" is the theme of the contest. Many valuable prizes will be' given. JTow.Many "\Vcur. FALSE TEETH " . . ":.' . IVlili More Comfort FASTEETH,' a pleasant alkaline tnon- acld) -.powder, holds foJ.sc teeth more firmly. -To-cal- and talk In more com- .fort. Jmt. sprinkle a lltllc FASTEETH on your -plates. ^ No summy.vEOocy, pnsty taste or feellnu. Checks "plate odor." (denture breath). Get FASTEETH Bt any drug store.--Advertisement. Persons mailing »pplications for dog licenses arc urged to add an additional three cents for postage. Deputy Treasurer Herbert Ketfor announced Monday that those who failed to send the three-cent postage must either come In for the licenses or send the neossnry three cents to over postage or the canine permits will be held in the treasurer's office. Approximately 2,000 dog licenses have been issued to date, it was learned. Jules J. Naples, representative of Ihc Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, division ot personal prop- . erty tax, will assist in filing personal property tax return for 1030 and'aid .in adjusting claims. Mr. Naples will be present in the office of county commissioners on the following dates: January 9. 10, 16, Boston Tijuck Drivers End Seven-Day Strike BOSTONl Jan. 12. -Boston truck drivers, yielding to a personal appeal jy Governor Levcrett Saltonstall, ended their seven day strike today vith ratification of a compromise vage proposal. Officials of the teamsters' union, an afllliato or the AFL, said the 5,000 men on strike would return to work mmedintely after employers sign agreements embodying the ·compro- mise.".. . A. A. Berlc, assistant secretary.of state, explains stand United States took at the Pan-American conference in Lima, Peru, as he returns to New York. Boric was member of the U. S. delegation headed by Sec- ; V«:iry of State Cordell Hull... 17, 23,-24; 30 and 31 as well as February 6, 7, 13 and 14. : Those who have not filed returns with the commonwealth for the years of 103B, 1937 and 1938 must do so on the above dates in order to avolc greater penalties. Interest is accumulating in these years. It is advisable, the representative pointed out, that returns be filed for any or all the years in question. For 30 yean I bad* constipation, awful ets- bloating, headaches and back- naini. Adlerika helped right away. Now, I eat «aut*ge. bananau Krrfr Mt beftrr.' Union Dru£ Co. and Burn's Drue Store PRICES THAT CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD! FREE! Beautiful 2-Cell Flashlight free with" purchase of first set/of; bntterles.and bulb nt regular retail price of 30c. . .10c ·: Copper -Pot 'Cleaners I0c . Hnudngc " 2 In. x 10 yd.-' lOc ' . Powder . P u f f s 10c Adhesive In. x 5 yd. ,4c 50c Phillips MILK OF Citro Carbonate . Sl.OO Size 79c $1.50-Size 1.19 S2.25 Size 1.83 FREE! Calendars For ·. 1939. Ask For Them! . 50e, P.epsodcnt.1 Tooth Powder .;.. 39c Sl.OO Nco Vim Tonic 79c $1.25 Father John's ' 89c $1.00 Heef, · Wine Iron Pint 59c Sl.OO Cod Liver 011 Pint59c 50c Pepsodent Antiseptic 2 for Sic 50c DcWttl's Kidney Pills 29c $1.25 Scott's Emulsion 98c · 50c Tck TooUt Brush 2 for 5!c Sl.OO SVampolo's Tonic 89c 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brush 37c $2.00 S. S. S. 1.67 :(5c Vicks Sulvc 27c 50e Vicks Drops 39c 40c I'cpsodont Tooth I'nstc 33c Friday M orning-- 9 O'clock 7*licrc comes a time at the end of ever,.* season when wo sell out all brokev sizes, and make room for our ncv stock. \Vc will be truthful \vhc;i we tell you that we arc also sc'Jlne out shoes that have been with us for a year or year and a half and because of this, we Imvc the Tow prices of $1.00, $1.95, 52.95, and $3.05. Well known and advertised lines such an Walk-Over. Natural Bridge. Modern Miss and Ideal, will be sold out in Wright's semiannual ccnlarncc. So be on time Friday mornlnt and get your share of savings. W. L. WRIGHT. Semi-Anriua "Do You Have Lucky Feet?" If Your Size Is Listed Below You Sure Have SIZES | 4 |tV4 Black-- AAA | | Brown -- AAA | | Black-- AA ,,_.., | ] Brown -- AA | | Black -- A . . . _ I ! i Brown -- A | j Black -- B | | 2' Brown -- B | 1 | 2 Black-- C .._ | 1 | 2 Brown -- C | | 5 1 1 4 3 1. 2 1 SHI G 1 1 1 | 2 3 | 1 4 |2 2 | 1 2 | 1 1 ) 2 2 | 3 1 |1 U 6V* 2 1 K :: V. ]. i. i i ' i 3 2 1 1 z 1 4 2 1 iVi 3 2 3 4 3 4 1 3 1 2 8 2 1 1 3 1 5 1 1 1 8% 1 2 5 1 3 2 2 1 9 1 1 2 1 1 1 Your Choice of Above $3.50 to $6 Shoes at 165 Pair Modern Miss and Ideal Shoes, $3.50 to $6.00 Values 279 Pair of Natural Bridge and Godman Shoes . . . formerly $4.00 to $6.00 ...... 127 pair of Walk-Over and Modern Miss Shoes . . . formerly $5.00 to $9.00 .Turmuu Custom ... grain oxfords Jarmnu Kriimdly ... icrnin oxfords Dnrldsou ... calf uml grain oxfords .Tarman Ditviilsou .. odd lot .:..;....,,....: BOYS'SHOES Skyrider... Service Oxfords ... formerly $3.50 : , $4.95 $3.95 $2 95 $1.95 $2.65 Children's Shoes, Straps and Oxfords Sizes 3 to 5 ... formerly $1.25, now oOc Sizes"..') }£ to. S ... formerly · $1.75, now ...;....'. ,, Sixes $y z to-12.. $2.25, now: ...... Sizfis 12% to 3 . $8.00, now ...:. 95C ,.. formerly SJ.25 ,. f ormerly; __; ,,'.,,.... $1.05 0X0 APPROVALS OXO EXCHANGES «ALL SALES CASH ASell-Out -of- ODDSS ENDS! $35 Discontinued .'NuihWcrs .Full Lined $22.50 and Fruit-of-the-Loom and Fulton s* $1.05 and S1.95 Grade Broken · ,. tots fr "fl OC ' -· T R ««0 - · - · · Reduced! Union Suits No. 302; now $2.65 No. 427, now $3.65 No. 622, now $4.35 Heavy ribbed Special Goldstone TlHo i; Trust

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