The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 13, 1939
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, JANUARY 13,1933. THE DAILY COtrRTEn, CONNEIXSVILLE. PA. PAGE SRVKN*. East Presbyterians Elect Officers DAWSON, Jan. 13.--The officers of the East Liberty Presbyterian Sunday School of Vandcrbilt have been elected for the coming year. They are: General Superintendent, C. C. Collins; superintendent, Paul H. Collins; assistant superintendent, Everett E. Budd; flrst assistant, Oliver Oglevec; second assistant, Olive Ruth Keeney; treasurer, E. T. Budd; home department, Ina Lou Cooper; cradle, roll, Mrs. Jessie Brady; primary, Miss Nellie Snydcr; assistant primary, Mrs. John Dowdcn; temperance, Mrs. B. F. McManua; missionary, Mvs. D. C. White; young people, Everett E. Budd; adult, Waynewright Strickler; pianist, Miss Phoebe Gray; assistant pianists, Mrs. Florence Love and Mrs. Nellie Strickler; chorister, C. C. Collins; librarian, Harry J. Collins; assistant librarian, William Becson; education, Howard Dunn. The average attendance lor the year of 1038 was 187, a gain of 26 - per c.rnt over 1937. The following list of perfect attendance records has been announced: Richard Brown, 12 years Misses Pheobc and Sue Gray ane Harry Workman, nine years; Miss Mary Lelghty, eight years; James Allen, Rebecca Barricklow, · Beverly Brady, John Bnrrlcklow, Glenn Cooper and Frances Strickler, two years Vcroa Flydell, Marie Sehrock Rachel Flydell, Wayncwright Strickler, Angcllne DeLorcnzc, Cathcrin Brown, Opal Cooper, Ina Lou Cooper, Betty Addis, John Dowdcn Mrs. John Dowden, C. F. Strickler Daniel Workman, S. Kenneth John soj., Mrs. Frank Stricklcr, Harolf Leishty, Carl Workman, Betty Barricklow, Catherine Flydell, William Workman, Nelson Moore, Rtymcnc Cooper, Dorothy Workman, Wllletta Pratt, Donnle Budd, Ulna Grace Strickler, Glenn Strickler, Leon Stricklcr, Rose Marie Addis anc Charlene Wilson, one year. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. Harry Jackson and daughter Miss Ruth, of Connellsville weri Sunday evening callers here. Miss Imogcne Frazier oJ Vandcr- bilt, Miss Joanna Shallcnbcrgcr an Miss Vivian Yvonne Collins attendee the Connellsville Subdistrict Epworth League Cabinet meeting a Greenwood Methodist Episcopa Church Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bess Frazier and Mrs. H. B Moore of St. James Park, Mrs Grover Allen of Liberty, Miss Mar; Blackstonc, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. ! Morningstar were recent callers Ir Connellsville. · Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Collins o -Vanderbilt were Sunday guests o Mr. and Mrs. John L,.Kcck o£ Un iontown. Epworth League Leader. . Miss Mary Jane Stillwagon wa leader of the Epworth League Sun day evening. Talks-, on the topii "Jcsuss Had Courage" were given b Miss Edna Ruth Keller, Miss Joann Shallberger, Louis Hess and the lead er. .Ben.,Husband and Louis Hess were elected .'delegates' to the Mc- Kcesport District Youth Council, to be held 'at Green wood " Methodist Episcopal Church Saturday, January. 21. : : _' Mis*. Collins Hostess. ' I ' Mis£ !Viv3arit.'Yv6nne'"CoUins* entertained a few friends at her home Saturday evening. The program included singing and dancing. Guests included Miss Mary Morris, Miss Ethel DeBolt, Miss Ruby Taylor, Thomas and Charles DeBolt, Harold Kooser, William Husband and Ralph O'Brien, all. of Connellsville. Refreshments were served by the, hostess' mother, Mrs. Ken H. Collins, as- sistcd by Mrs. Othmar Haas. This Machine Even Talks to Itself Tho first machine in tho world to create speech is operated ot Philadelphia's Franklin Institute by Mtn Helen Harper, of the Bell Telephone Laboratories, where the robot wna invented. In tents It pronounced tongue-twisters better than those who suggested them. H aleo imitates birds and anlmnls. Watching Miss Harper arc (left to right): S. S. Watklns, II. W. Dudley, R. R. Ricaz, all of New York Boll laboratories. (Central Prett) American People Than Ever, Special to The Courier. WASHINGTON, ' Jan. 13.--Dr. Thomas Parran, surgeon general of the United States Public Health Service, declared that the American people are healthier than ever before. Reporting this to Congress, he added that there still was much room for improvement and suggested an enlarged program of investigation of drugs in the treatment of disease, on annual appropriation of $25,000,000 for vcneral disease control and establishment of a special Institute for research on mental and nervous diseases. During 1938, he said, the general death rate, the maternal and child death rates, nnd deaths from typhoid lever, scarlet fever, diphtheria, tuberculosis, malaria,' pellagra and kidney, disease continued the steady decline which began several years ago. From 11.3 per 1,000 population in 1937, the general death rote dropped to 10.9. The leading causes ot death and sickness were diseases of the heart and brain, cancer and malignant tumors, pneumonia and tuberculosis. Dr. Parran said the death rates from these causes could bo materially reduced by better education, quicker treatment and more widespread provision of facilities for treatment. Navy -Frosh Grid Coach. ANNAPOLIS, Md., 'Jan. 13;--John N. Wilson, varsity backflcld . coach and head basketball coach, has been named'head, plebe. coach at United States Naval Academy as Navy, in a major change of policy, moved (o strengthen forces by coni ccntrating more attention on the material from,which.varsity; teams ar.c built:: ·.--·.·· ~:~: ~.:~T:~- - Former Bobtown Man Held for Grand Jury PITTSBURGH, Jan. 13,--Joseph Dix, 65, formerly of Bobtown, was ordered held for the. grand jury on a murder charge In connection with the fatal razor slashing of his wife, Mary, 60, in their Carrick home. .A coroner's jury ordered him held after hearing testimony that Dix clashed the throat of his wife, 'then attempted to end his own life with a razor. Appeaal Sales Act Ruling. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 13.--Tho district attorney's office appealed to the State Superior Court an 'Allegheny county court decision ruling unconstitutional the fair sales act* prohibiting sales-below cost." '· · Motor Sales Service Co. Electric Appliance Division 108 So. Arch St. Phono SO? Will Probated. GHEENSBURG, Jan. 13.--Will of J. B. Flack, late at Smithton, was probated in Westmoreland county courts. The personal estate is valued at $25 and Lillian A. Rowan Is the executrix. A life interest in the estate has been willed to Nancy Flack and at -her death the estate shall pass to Lillian A. Rowan. Healthier Congress Is Told Studying Form OHIOPYLE, Jan. 13--Mr. and Mrs 'ohn Tottcn of Conncllnvillc spent Tuesday evening visiting Mr. Toten's sister, Miss Norra Totten, at her home on Commercial street. Mrs. Frank Bnlley, who was in an lutomoblle wreck with Miss Henry ilgh school tcnchcr, when the driver eft the road near Normalville to itecp from hitting n large dog las week, it at the home of her sister ,lrs. Ed'.th Harmon, in Connclisville Mr. and Mrs. Lewis moved Tuesday from rooms at the Sproul property on Commercial street, to the R W. Whlpkcy property between the county bridge and the B. O. Railroad tracks. Floyd Staup, who has been ill a his home at Stonervlllo, is Improving it this time. A. L. Beard of Connellsville was a visitor In Ohlopylc Monday. Honey bees, caterpillars and fish worms were seen by several In Ohio syle Monday nnd Wednesday. Ret Mrds were seen flying about. "Oiv denotes warm nnd the other cold, st we do not know what weather to ex pect. but seems that all the old sign arc foiling," said an old-timer. Rosa JRutzen, aquatic ftjvr of the Mcdinah Athletic Club of Chicago, studies herself in a mirror as flhe Becks to improve her diving form for coming meets. Miss RuUcn holds the Contra! A. A. U. iwirn- mlny title. (Central Prtst) Property Transfers. GREENSBURG, Jan. 13.--William H. Nisewongcr of Scottdale sold a lo at Scottdale to John S. Faulkcr, also of Scottdale, for $400 and Mary E Wooley sold n lot there to Albert T Hemp for $1, cccordlng to real cs- tato transfers recorded here. MEAT YOUR Roastlnr · O7/» CHICKENS Ib. « · ^ Honey Brand T A * HAMS, Whole Ib. ^TM- Fresh . ;AO, EGGS 2 doz. ^**/ lullan GET A MET -- SALAD OIL BUT nr YOUR BUVIMQ PRUBES M · ta *- '·"·· B " 9 PRUNES ' a «- |b - *» 98 SUNSWEET APRICOTS 2 B k «'2B EVAPORATED APPLES ""· 10 CRAX 2»""-2S VELVET CAKE FLOUR 5 b - 2 4 PIHK SALMON . 2 '"" 19 ..: - . DEU MA1Z .. .. . MIBLETS 2 * M 19 LIPTOH TEA *·"" '"· 19 BABY LIMAS 6 "·· 25 FAHCY RICE 3 »· 10 KftVY BEANS S "·· tJ "RED KIDNEY BEANS 4 »· 19 SPLIT GREENS 4 '*· 19 LENTILS - 4 *· 19 SPAM "°"°" c " 29 LUNCHEOH MEAT "°"? rt c " 29 PEACHES 2 Zo { SAUERKRAUT "'« «" 6 TOMATOES 2 v «- 3 I I OREEN BEANS 2 *··- It CORN 2 "»- s I I PEAS 2 *°-= I I BEETS 4 "* c "« 29 TODDY vi '·''· Ic "'"' "°° nd ".39 CtOSE OCT. WALDORF TISSUE SCOTT TISSUE 4 ««»· 25 ' WYANDOTTE 2 «»· 15 SUPER SUOS*-- "8 '««· IS CONC. SUPER SUDS 9 " a 19 OCTA80H SOAP 10 «· 38 OCTA60N CLEANSER 2 «"· 9 OCTAGON POWDER 2 »«·· 9 OCTABOH POWDER 2 '*"» 29 S T K E A WATERLOO? POKK LOIN HOAST -| r _ S Rib Cut Ib. A3C CHUCK KOAST . ~t A f , Pot Koast Cuts .. Ib. J-'iC Short Lee or Rump and Boneless Veal Boasts. Ib.' 22c Cook G». 79 WE'RE WELL OFF-ON OUR 1933 PRICES PANCAKE FLOUR 4 »*«·· 19 PANCAKE S Y R U P L - 23 CATSUP . 4 "·«· 29 CATSUP ·"'· I " MU 5 BOSCUL. COFFEE "·· 21 SANDWICH SPREAD qt 21 FCOUR n l l h 0fEj ' . SMV 41 GREEN .GIANT p£ flS 2 oai«25 I 1 '..* P. Cucklall, 8 tall 19 P. G. SOAP ' . 10 for 33 LIFEBUOY SOAP 4 ""· 21 LUX TOILET SOAP 4 «*~ 21 BERBER BABY FOOD 4 ""· 25 KNOX-JELL DESSERT S """· (9 BRILLO 2 **«· IS BURNETT'S VANILLA «'· 25 BarileU I'c.irs 2 blc 25 WI1I1VS ICOSKDAUS PEAS 4 No - l 19: Very Fine Quality . . CAMPBELL JUICE 4 .»···· 29 CAMPBELL T. SOUP 3 ""· 20 CAMPBELL BEANS 4 "·"· 25 MORTOH SALT · " -"-3 pk " ; 20 CHICKEN NOODLES "· ·"'·" 19 DOS FOOD «··» « C" 79 HATCHES " · · ( ! »·"· 15 KTHIKAUTKS · . 6 TM Ms 23 SCOTT TOWELS.. I "oiu tg larjrc Fancy TANGERINES S doz. 25 Cal. or Florida ORANGES . 2 doz. 25 Eating or Cooklnr APPLES 7 Ib. 25 Larce POTATOES pk. 28 EVS E] § I^T ££l Qhiopyle McKcesport Mill Resumes. McKEESPORT, Jan. 13.--A tliou sand employes returned to wort Monday after the holiday shutdown ut the McKeespoit Tin Plate Com O r a t o r i c a l Contest Held At Pennsville Spcclnl lo T»c Courier. PENNSVILLE, Jnn. 13.--The ora- ·orical contest sponsored by the W. VI. S. of the Pennsville Evangelical Church Sunday evening was well nttcnded. The conte.itanls were: Mrs. W, J. McFadden, Jr., Robert D. Miller, Miss Erma McFadden arid Miss Evelyn Spaugy. Miss Spaugy von the silver medal. The judges vcre Rev. Whlttcmore of the Baptist Church and Rev. J. E. Lutz of the Methodist Church, Scottdale, and Mrs. Samuel Detwiler of Pennsville. Special music was presented by Carl Johnson, piano; Rev. D. A. Miller, piano and violin; Emogenc Showman, reading; Mr. and Mrs. Rliome, duet; Mrs. Rhome, solo, and Rev. D. A. Miller, solo. The prcscnta- ion of the medal was by Mrs. M. E. Wilier, president o£ the W. M. S. Mrs. Nina Solomon and Miss June Uighbergcr were Uniontown callers ?rldny. Mr. and Mrs. James Pearson moved Monday to apartments at the home of James Ritchey. Mrs. Clarence Hall and Miss June Ftighbergcr were Scottdale callers Thursday. Mrs. Roger Miller ol the West Side here, confined to her bed by illness, is under the care ol a nurse. Hayes Heck of New York City who spent the holidays with with lamlly here has relumed to that city. Mrs. W. C. Clark attended the funeral of Mrs. Howard at Mount Pleasant Monday. Misses Lola and Margery Morgan of Poplar Grove were visitors Sunday at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, Robert Miller of Scottdale Tuesday morning at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Miller were former Pennsville residents, Mrs. Miller was Miss Ruth Nlcklow. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Miller of Scottdale were callers here Monday evening. Mrs. Ruth Crosby and children and Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw of Mount Pleasant viisted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clark Sunday evening. Mrs. Pearl Kelley of Pittsburgh spent several days last week at the home of her brother, James Rltchcy, here. Society Enemies listed by Prexy Of Wilson College LOUISVILLE. Ky., Jan. 13.--President Paul Swntn Havens of Wilson College at Chambcrsburg, Pa., told pany while mediators conferred on I this Presbyterian College Union "the the wage cut proposal made by the! concept thut society owes us suppor company. Youne Loclslalure Speaker. OLYMPIA. Wash, Jan. 13.--The Washington legislature organized for its session with the youngest speaker in the state's history, John N. Sylvester, 29, Seattle attorney. whether we work or not" is one o the four "present day enemies" tha' ;tre "especially dangerous to youth.' The other three, he said, are "the tendency lo depreciate the dignity mid worth of the Individual, the defeatist attitude and the growth o: reliance on physical force." 20G ?) ortii Pittshurg Street. Plione 679. Fur Trimmed --and-- Staggering V a l u e s ! Richly furred Winter- coats at tlic LOWEST clearance price ever! Well tailored of lovely woolens, warmly interlined . . . coat values you'll LONG REMEMBER. Fitted, belted and swagger styles. A I'l sizes to 44. © Caracul! © Beaver! Wolf! Raccoon! Dyed Fox! Skunk!. © Studio Couch' ©Coffee Table ©2 End Tables. O2 Table Lamps We've assembled this smart, grouping for women who "want QUALITY in their-homes, and yetrwant the'extra sleeping space that a studio couch affords. The couch itsell is the product oE a well known maker. It is a good looking combinatioii~pf-plain and" plaid Uomes'puns, in-any color, almost, that you-wish. The-tliree smart tables" and two lamps are "just-right" for .the.whole ensemble.-'.;.;-·:; .·_...-. .... : ".. ;. : Evening Appointments 7 Gladly Arranged. Call 376.

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