The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 3, 1938 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 3, 1938
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JfAGE TEN. TUB DAlbY CUUKiJfiR, CONNJSJjLSVIIjLB, PA. , JANUAltV 3, 1938. WYANO MAN HIT AND RUN AUTO VICTIM Cokers al Jeannelle, ' , Dunbar at Youngwood in First Cage Games John Cyktor Taken to Hospital at Mount Pleasant. FIREMEN ENJOY -ANNUAL BANQUET Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 3.-John Cyktor, 21 years old, ot Wyano, was struck by a hit and run driver Friday night, and suffered injuries to the head, chest and back. Cyktor crawled to Mendcn Tavern and collapsed on the floor after he had been struck. The Frick Memorial Hospital was notified and sent an "ambulance for the man. Yesterday it was thought Cyktor might develop pneumonia but his condition last night was considered much better. Investigate Robbery. Police arc still investigating the Thursday night robbery o£ Hagan Market. Chief Joseph White stated that $45 had been taken from the cash register but that no finger prints could be found. Bible Class Sponsors Party. The Ladies' Bible Class of. the Hccla Methodist Episcopal Church held a_ surprise j»rty lor Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson at their home in Hcela on Wednesday. An evening of delightful music and games was enjoyed by" the'39 guests.-A Irneh was served at a late hour. New Year Eve Tarty. Mr. and Mrs Walter Bcchtell o£ Hecla entertained a group of friends on New Year Eve with a bingo and card party. Among those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Adam Forbes and son, Bobert, Mr. and Mrs. John Everett, Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. Forbes, Mr. and Mrs, Lester Slothowcr, Mrs Sauerwein, Clara Sauerwein, Anna Harvan. Blanche Bcchtell, William Bungard, Henry Bcchtell and Mrs. Edward Jones. A midnight supper was served. Revival Begins. Hevlval meetings began Sunday evening at the Hccla Methodist Episcopal Church in charge of Rev. Jacob Kooscr. Personal. William Forbes, who is attending Penn State College, spent the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Forbes of Southwest. Mr. and Mn. Lester Slothower of Iaurcldale, who spent the holidays with Mrs. Slothowor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Forbes, have returned home Dr. Stork Kept Busy. The stork was busy at Frick Memorial Hospital over the week-end. ,_-Dn Friday a son was born to Mr. arii'Mrs. Ernest Jacobs, of Latrobc. It is the first child in the family. Mrs. Jacobs was Miss Eleanor Slater, a graduate with the Class ot 1936 at Continued from Page Seven ville, Jeannette at Scottdalc, Norwin at Grcensburg, Mount Pleasant at Latrobc. Section 10--East Huntingdon at Llgonier, Youngwood at Derry, Hurst j at Dunbar. * Section 18--Rostravcr at South Huntingdon, Sewickley at West Newton. .Section 14--Georges at Redstone, South Union at Monongahcla Township, North Union at German Section 4--Umontown at Charlc- roi, California at Monongahcla, Brownsville at Monesscn. A game for Saturday night: Section 18--Faycttc City at Perry Township. Non-league games include. Tuesday--St. Vincent Prep at Hurst, Seal of Frostburg at Meyersdale, Somerset at Berlin, Fcrndole at Windbcr. Friday--Boswell at Rockwood, Dale at Blacklick, Mcycrsdale at Somerset, Windbcr at Shade Township. 5COTTDALE U Y" HOLDS OPEN HOUSE New Year Day Marked by Various Kinds of Entertainment. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Frick Memorial School. Hospital Training The first baby to be born in the New Year arrived at 5:50 o'clock Saturday morning, a daughter oi Mr and Mrs. H. R. Bablc ot New Stanton. Next was a son born at 10:30 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. William Kranitz of Hcrminie. * On Sunday morning a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Buczek of Standard Shalt. Sliot Victim Discharged. Esther May, 11 years old, of Tarr who was shot *n the leg with a shotgun on Friday morning near her home, had the shot removed on Saturday morning and returned home Constable Chester Lcighty is making an effort to learn who did the shooting. Chllil Fractures Arm. Angelina Cavonne, 10 years old, o this place fell while roller skating Sunday and fiacturcd her arm. Boy Has Pneumonia. were given by the retiring chief, Lewis Surgeont, the newly elected chief, Chester Lentz, Assistant Chief Ralph Meredith; F. E. Painter, president of the Western Pennsylvania Firemen's Association; Chief Howard Bcegle of Scottdale; John T. Coughlin, Greensburg, president of the Westmoreland County Firemen's Association; Bev. E. G. Sawyer, chap- lam; Burgess Arthur Gearhart, S. C. tevenson, retiring c o u n c i l m a n ; Sharles^Oickson, Carroll Shupc, Rice 3 Freed, Bert Mason, Ralph Eastern, Clharles Queer; Oliver Shields, bor- ugh solicitor; S. P. Stevens, honox- ry member, Henry Lentz, captain I the Hook and Ladder, and John C. Haberlen. S C. Stevenson said that in the :0 years he had served on council, 1C was the only president who did not belong to thc^flrc department. G. Wylio Overly gave a chalk talk, Vilham Covert showed motion pic- ures_and_games.were played with Ernest Dolan as tho winner. Favors in keeping with the New Year were given. Harry Martha Dies. Harry Murtha, 39 years old, died iunday-morning at 7 o'clock, at the home ot his brother-in-law and sis- er, Mr. and Mrs Christ Kearney of Vest Main street, after being ill since Wednesday night. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Murtha and had been an employe of the H. C. Frick Coke Company at its Standard plant He was yard foreman UntlL tho plant closed down and since then had been employed around the plant. Mrs. Murtha died six years. He 's survived by two daughters and one son, Phyllis, Lillian and John, and the following brothers and sisters, James P Murtha, Carpentertown; Felix Murtha, Grays Landing; Francis, Pittsburgh; Joseph, Con- ncllsviUe; Mrs, Mary Cronin, Mount Pleasant; Sister Theodosia, Seton Hill, and Mrs. Adeline Kearney. Funeral mass will be celebrated Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Church and interment will follow in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Injured in Fall. Dommick Michawolsky of Connellsville fell on the sidewalk here Sunday evening and suffered a badly Socclal to Tho Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 3--On Saturday, New Year Day, open house was observed at the Y. M. C. A. The activities opened with a splash party at the pool, and was followed by semi-final and final matches for championship of grade school checkers, cue-roque and pins pong, and the high school ping pong, cue- roque, checkers and chess. Results have not been announced. Awards will be given later when the names of the winners are announced The high light of the day was basketball. On Saturday night the Y Midgets defeated the Buddy Club by a score of 34 to 11, in a preliminary game and the Everson WPA Recreational Center lost to the Phy- Mo-Me Club by a score of 33 to 27. Week of Prayer. The annual Week of Prayer services will begin tonight at Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church and continue each evening. The speakers will be Rev. J. W. Wither- ,poon of the Presbyterian Church, Rev. A D. Miller of the Evangelical tourch, Chester A. Williamson ot the Church of Christ, and Rev. Roy E. Whittemore, pastor of the Baptist Church. The leaders will be well known laymen, including C. L. Graft, J. W. Bcadhng, Albert Storey, R F. Darsic and Ernest Ridenour. Vesper Scricc. A vesper service was held Sunday at the United Brethren Church with Rev. M. M. Snyder's sermon subject being "How Old Are You?" A choir of 25 voices furnished music. Aid Society Meets. The last meeting of the year of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church was held at the church Thursday evening. The business included plans for the coming year. School Sessions Resumed. Classes \verc returned at both the Scottdalc and East Huntingdon township schools this morning. Bank Dividend. The First National Bank of Scottdale on Friday mailed out to its stockholders a 25 cent dividend on each share of stock. The bank has been rapidly paying off its waivers and to date has paid six installments. The last payment of five per cent was made December 17. It amounted to $55,499.78, making a total distribution of $388,408 47. Falls to Improve. The condition of Edward Sutcr, president o£ the East Huntingdon Township Board of Education, who is ill at Frick Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant with pneumonia, is not good. He was taken to Hospital, where a lacerated head Frick Memorial dressing was made, and was then discharged. Mlchowolsky had been visitor at the Polish Falcons Club. B. 0. Veteran Dies. Samuel Albright, 73, of Somerset, retired employe of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad after 36 years of service, -died in a Jahnstown hospital Thursday after -an operation. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how raany medicines you have tried tor your cough, chest cola, or at Frick Memorial Hospital. Firemen Have BnilQUct. The Mount Pleasant Volunteer Fire . Department held its annual banquet at the National Hotel on Saturday may bo brewing and jxm cannot afford, to tatas a chance ·with any remedy less potent than, Crcomulslon, which goea right to tho scat of the trouble and aids nature to cootho anc'i heal the inflamed mucous membranes and to loocn and evening, having as its guests the i expel the. germ-Jadta phlegm. Foremen's Band, councilmen, John C. . Even Bother remedies _have failed, don't bo discouraged, try Crcomulslon. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you arc not thoroughly satisfied with tho benefits obtained Irom the-very first bottlo,Crcomulsionl3 Haberlen, supermtcnent of schools, and honorary firemen with covers for 35. The retiring president, John Nixon, opened the program, and turned it I ; - - - - over to Frank Olinger, newly elected ] SS£l, m wo uaMm u . wouutU4aaal . ^^ president, wfto introduced the toast^ JOUTI get the genuine product and tho master, August Hobinslaw. Talks relief you want. (Mv.) West Pcnn Lcabfs Buitding. West Pcnn Power Company has leased the four-story Montgomery building at Washington, Pa, and extensive remodeling has been started to have it ready for occupancy May 1. GET AHEAD IN 19381 1 Pay ojj ALL your old A billsurithaPcrsonalLoan! ^ Then you'll have only ONE ^ place to par instead of many. You n«d only ONE A thing to get a loan isrc.---the ^ ability to repay small, xcg-. , ular amounts on any loan \ plan you select. Your pe»- eonal business is privately ^ bandied. FREE Booklet. Come in or phone! j Quiet LOANS up u t300 All flam 4 P E R S O N A L ^ r i N A N C E CO. ^ tammi 0\cr McCrorys · [\sjTyI ^* C r R w '°rd Avc. ^ Vgft^/ Phone 34 ConnclIsvJIIc ^ r Your Unseen Friend, WJAS ^ Sjturdaj 8 P. M. " Let the Trolleys Stretch Your Budget Many families aro now lacing the problem ot making reduced budgets reach from one month to the next. Trolley transportation offers an easy way to save without giving up tho things you nead. Using TROLLEY COUPON BOOKS will save you about 2S?5 more. Coupon Bool-s $2.50 $5.00 Launching a/Year of Greater Values With Our Real Old-Fashioned Our 1938 Old Fashioned January White Sale means "stocking up time" in every household. Not only do you fill your bedding, towel and linen drawers, but you buy your curtain needs, house frocks and undies, and clothes for the children and "your man"~all at good old fashioned savings. Big CANNON Turkish Towels 4 for $1.00 White Sale Special! Color. ed border 22x44 size, or plaid ' 20x40 size. 27c tor one. 19c 87c lOc 23c 20x40 Colored Border '\ Turkish Towels, ea. 118x36 Good weight \ Turkish Towels, 6 for (Turkish 3 Wash Cloths, 3 for j Absorbent, soft (Wash Cloths, 3 for ,, Linen Pantry Glass Towels 6 for $1.00 Reg, 19o ea. Pantry towels with colored borders; check- ·?» ed glass towols. a! I Reg. 29c Linen Pantry Towels, ea. . I Part Linen · Pantry Towels, ea. ,, . White 36 inch Pajama Check, yd White and Color Broadcloth, yd Croup to 39c Sheer Cottons, yd. . 24c .7c 19c 14c 19c 81x99 Reg. $1.29 Mohawk Sheets mi first ci nn quality .,, «M.UU Stock up ... and save 29c on each onefYou know their fine quality, so we just say, BUY NOW! Also twin sizes. No mull or phone orders. Full TnJn Sue Mattress Covers Of good quality muslin, with tape ties. QQ/» Save! OOl Zig-Zog Quilted Mattress Pads $1.68 Savings on Toweling 19cyd. Bleached, with colored borders. Reg 25c. 17c Linen Toweling, jd. 14c 5% Wool Plaid Blankets 70x80 size. In colorful plaids. Keep warm (?O 9Q and save! .. . , $£·««/ Jleff. 98c While 72x09 Cotton Slicot Blanket . 88c New Full Size Candlewick Spreads The fluffy colored lulls add charm and gaiety to (PI rjn your room. Save' -- «pA»* v 80x105 Cotton Crinkle Bed Spreads 98c IVhitc Sale Special vii Rayon Flat Crepe Rayon Spun, yd. ·· In solid washable color:. For dresses, AQp undies _ _ ... ^*OC 70c Raj on Flat Crepe and .. . 67c * A Big Safe 79c Linen Crash Table Cloths 42x42 and 54x54 sizes. White cotton crash with colored borders 29c Mohawk Cannon Pillow Cases ·J2xSG Special, ca. Reg. 15c Hope 1 l' White Muslin, yd. ,, 11C 27 Inch 12c White Outing Flannel, 5 yds. ,, ,,_,, ._ 381A Inch Unbleached JIuslin Sheeting, yd ,, . lOc 0. N. T. White orr Thread, No. 40, 50, SO, 3 for "«JC $1.19 Gaiment Bags . .. 97c 8c Mercerized *J "White Napkins, ca. _. I C of All Style C u r t a i n s Values to SI .8!) .. . Window chaim at savings! Ruffled, tailored, cottage -even 42 inch lace panels. Widths range up to 84 inches overall. Save Now! 59c Curtains 2 prs. . . . 9 9 c Ruffled, taiolred, cottage; cream, ecru, colors. Here Are Savings on Women's Rayon Undies Panties, Vests and OO Bloomers, en.._ . ... £*)C Supply your needs now! 5 to 9 sizes in panties and bloomers; 34 to 42 in vests. "White, Pastel, Stripe Outing G on ns, special, 2 for Sale of UNIFORMS for Housp-whes, nurves, clerk"., etc. . ,, . White in short and long sleeve style; blue in short sleeve. 14 to 50 sues. V "Fruit-of-the-Loom" and "Perfection Maid" House Frocks $ 14 to 52 sizes Two dresses known for quality and style. New styles and gay patterned fabrics that stir the spirit of Spring within your being. Attractive Famous Make Daytime Dresses Such dresses as Wayne Maid, Quaker Lady, aad Georgianna. When you buy them you know you're buying the ultimate In quality, the newest m Giris' Cotton Slips 25c Built up shoulder. 2 to 14 sizes. Girls' Cotton Print Dresses 54c Special 1 7 to 14 sizes in prints for school. Outing Wear _. 39c for infants Includes kimonos, gcrtrudcs and gowns. A warm weight Infants' Creepers Bobby Suits 39c $1.98 W H I T E S h i r t s Values to §2.00 dj-t OA White Sale Special _ «*1.«5" --or 3 for 84.00 With standing never-wilt collars. In plaia white and white on white patterns. 14 to 17 sizes. Have 3 several new 'whites.' Shirts and Shorts 17c tor men special at . JL i v. en. Past color, full cut. 30 to 44 sizes in shorts; 36 to 46 in shirts. Men's Pure Linen, Large White Handkerchiefs-] 8c ea., or 3 for 45c v

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