The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1939 · Page 8
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January 13, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT. TUB DAILY COURIER. CONNBLLSV1LLE. PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 193!). JUDGE JAMES TO GIVE OATH TO 5. 5. LEWIS Chained-Dad Held Unprecedented Event Is Assured for Tuesday's Ceremonies. TO BE HIS LAST ACT AS JURIST By JAMES SHEPLEY United Press Staff Correspondent HARRISBURG, Jnn. 13.--Pennsylvania's official spectacle, "the inauguration" will be colored by a ceremony that has never taken place before and Ynay never take place again. That event without precedent will be the swearing in of the new Lieutenant Governor by the incoming Governor, who at the time will be a judge c£ the Superior Court, empowered by law to administer the oath ot office. Inauguration Chairman Fred C Morgan has announced that Governor-elect Arthur H. James will administer the oath to Lieutenant Governor-elect Samuel S. Lewis just before he rides with retiring Governor "George H. Earle to his own inauguration in the picturesque old horse- drawn victoria which has served the State since 1800. It will be Arthur James" last official act as a judge ol the Superior Court. The Constitution does not -- permit the Chief .Executive ot the Commonwealth to hold aether official position. Another "first" of the 192P inauguration, to take place next Tuesday amid the customary fanfare and marching thousands that make the eyes of railroad and hotelmen shine, will be the induction of a former Lieutenant Governor into the State's highest executive office. One other Lieutenant Governor, W i l l i a m Frcame Johnston, became Governor after the resignation ot Governor Francis Rawn Shank, but none has been later elected to the office. C. H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY Negro Mail Carrier Charged With Rifling Registered Pouch PITTSBURGH, Jan. 13.--Andrew Odiil Napper, 43, Negro U. S. mail carrier on the Pittsburgh-Brownsville "star" route was held in jail here today on charges of, rifling a registered mail pouch of approximately S5.GOO. Postal Inspectors recovered $3,063 of the missing money when they arrested the contract mail carrier in his room in the Centre Avenue Y M. C. A. Arraigned before a U. S commissioner, Napper was orderei committed to jail in default of $5,00' bond to await a hearing. Government agents charged Nap- pcr purloined and opened 25 registered letters from his truckload of mail last Monday. At the arraignment the agents said Napper was being pressed for payment of old debts and took the mail as a result. The missing letters contained about $3,600 in cash and securities and additional amount of approximately $2,000 In checks and other papers. Nellie Stevens, 15 (above), told authorities «t Bangor, Me., that she had been shackled ·with automobile tire chains orer a period of tiro years, and that a flntiron hod been attached when she tried to run ·way. The jrltl's father was indicted and charged with the chaining. Meyersdole MEYERSDALE, Jan. 13.--Mrs. C. J. Bowmaster entertained Tuesday by having a quilting party at which the ollowlng women were present: Jesdames Benjamin Imlcr, Edgar Berkley, Anna Hurley, William Kcefer, Dennis Deist, J. F. Reich, Andrew Stein, Minnie Hartline, and viisses Margaret Bowmaster and Margaret Weber. Mrs. H. K. Hilner was hostess Monday evening at the Lutheran parsonage, when she entertained the Tiembers of the Missionary Society of'Zion Lutheran Church. After the business meeting a social hour was spent and lunch served. The-monthly meeting of the Missionary Society of Amity Evangelical and Reformed Church was held Tuesday evening in the social room of the church. Airs. Joseph Slagle presided. Mrs. W. H. Ryland had as her guests Tuesday evening, members of the combined Missionary societies o£ the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. Leo Ford presided and Mrs. Ryland was the leader. Lunch was served after the business meeting and then a social hour was spent. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Livengood returned Tuesday from St. Louis, Mo., where they visited relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William Mctz have returned from a few days' visit with friends at Cumberland. Miss Lillian Baer visited her Tournament Teams Announced. The three upper clnsscs of the High School arc entered m the girls' basketball tournament with each cla.ss composed of three trams. Tlie managers for the three elates are Marjoric Herd, Senior; Dorothy Miner, Junior, and Ruth Boyle, Sophomore. The teams arc: Senior I--Jean Fuehrer, captain, Edith Tullcy, Rcna Moore, Kalhryn Polls, Florence Bunch, Mnigaret Younkin and Ruby Adams. Senior H--Marjoric Herd, captain, Mary Elizabeth Whittakcr, Twila Davis. Joan Downs, Effle Davis, Janet Burdettc, Winifred McCairns and Mary Jane Keith. Senior III--Helen Hooper, captain, Joan Latavieh, Jean Sullivan, Nelda Conway, Lila Schroycr, Mildred Ghnst, Gertrude Waugaman and Elinor Kcfter. Junior I--Dorothy Miner, captain. Marguerite Durbin, Bernice Hayes, Rosclyn Rulli, Rosemary Hopkins, Mary Alone Struble, Baibara Moore and Phyllis Grassland. Junior II--Candls Witt, captain, Violet Daniels, Lois Landymore, Jennie Falvo, Ida Brooks, Josephine Dawson, Maxine Derov and Anna Soika. Junior III--Peggy Davidson, Samantha Stickcl, Muriel Brooks, Marjorie Atkinson, Norma Rolhlisbergcr, Norma Elpern, Gertrude Miller and Julia Smarto. Sophomore 1--Ruth Boyle, captain, Mary Contc, Herd, Mary Errctt, Dorothy Barbor and Betty Mitchell. Sophomore II--Doris Beard, captain, Sally Mincrd, Coughcnour Louise Tulley, Dorothy Whlttnkcr Jean Baker, Betty Rude and Dorothy Kingan. Sophomore III -- Gladys Brooks captain, Margaret Brownlce, Anna Orazi, Pearl Cricco. Marie Secan Claire Vcrnon, Joanna Shallenberjj cr and Mildred Tcmplcton. Dorothy J. McDowell, Marian Mantel], Rea Review Events of 1938. Important events of 1938 were re viewed in Lloyd Shaner's March o Time Club. Next week, events per taining to Conncllsville will be dis cussed. G. K. Cabinet Dine. v The ten cabinet members and liv faculty sponsors of the Girl Re servo, held a dinner - mcctin Wednesday evening at Harbaugh' Farm, served. Chicken and waffles wer niece, Mrs. Joseph Levy, at Somerset. Mrs, Minie Hartline and son, Dick, returned Sunday from a two weeks' visit with relatives in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Leo Derry and daughter, Mrs. Roger Bolden were visitors at Cum- erland Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Berkley were iusincss visitors, at Somerset Monay. The Misses Margaret, Olevia and Caroline Dia have returned from the rceir tour in California. Mrs. Walter 3'iko visited at Cum- crband bcvcral days last week. American Press Unit. The Freshman Social Scienc classes taught by Miss Catherin Zimmerman and Miss Lorctta Gali ardi arc studying the American Pres Old and new; foreign and local, book and magazines have been gathered A copy of The Courier printed i 1880 is among the collection. Quadratic Equations Studied. The advanced algebra studen' taught by Marhn W. Hartman or studying quadvatic equations. Mill Run MILL RUN, Jan. 13.--Mrs. Lcland Tissue was hostess to the members of the Anagram Club at her home Tuesday evening. Prizes were awarded to the three highest players who were Mrs. Ralph Tissue, Miss Delia Henry and Miss Florence Marietta. Low prizes were awarded to Mrs. Sturgis Colborn, Mis. Truman Johnson and Miss Gladys Livingston. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Tissue. Revival Service Begins. Revival services have begun at the Baptist Church with Rev. F. S. Wortman in charge. H. D. Shearer of Conncllsvillo will assist Rev. Worlman. Personals. -Mrs. Charles Dahl, Mrs. Gcoige Bay Cramer and Miss Louise Dahl were callers in Connellsville Wednesday. Hobson Newill of Brownton, W. Va., visited his mother, Mrs. Charles Newill over the week-end. Ernest Hawkins and Miss Mary Fadley of Connellsville visitec friends here Saturday. Budd Ritenour of Normalville visited his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tissue, several days last week. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McDowell, all of Uniontown, visited Mr. -anc and Mrs. Charles Marietta Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Arzbachcr and small daughter of Connellsville visited Mrs. Freda Arzbacher Sunday. Joseph Gibson ot Holiopple spcnl the week-end at his home here. Miss Martha Miller is ill at her home of tonsilitis. David Marietta of Johnstown spenl the week-end at his home here. NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS: Water will be off Sunday, January 15th, at 10 A. M. for approximately sSx hours, affecting consumers In and in vicinity of Wheeler, Lelsen- ring No. 1, Leisenring Xo. 2, Leisenring No. 3, Juniata, Bitner, Trotter. Brookvale, Adelaide, Broad Ford, and on the Narrows. Trotter Water Company Prince A lexis Marries. MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Jan. 13.-- 'rince Alexis Obolensky, II. of New fork, and Miss Jane Wjieelcr 'Irby, ormcrly of New Orleans, were married In Manassas, Va., and ore now loncymooning here. It was disclosed y the bride's stepfather and mother, Dr. and Mrs. George D. Lilly. Program Members Appointed. Adricnne Brady, program chair- ian of the Collectors Club sponsored y Miss Irma Fishbach, appointed ircc members to present a program t the next meeting. During the club enod, work continued on their obbies. "Mock Wedding" Soon. The dramatic club, sponsored by liss Elvada Marshall, is rehearsing or a "mock wedding." I Advertising Contest Held. Nora Grace Williams conducted nn dvertising contest during Home "conomics Club period under the upcrvision of Miss Alice Murphy. T o winners were named. To Attend Play. Miss Gladys Phillips' Sophomore Dramatic Club plans to attend the ilay, "Victoria Rcgina," with Helen foyes at a Pittsburgh theatre. The lub extended an invitation to the ithcr dramatic clubs to accompany Fine English Reports. Exceptionally fine reports were ven in Miss Grace Adams' Senior English classes as follows: Glona nks, "William Cooper"; Kathryn Ritenour, "Thomas Gray"; James oore, "Samuel Johnson"; Kathryn 'olis, "Lite o£ Goldsmith," and Eva can Rice, "Edmund Burke." Linoleum Block Club. Book plates, heads and monograms arc being made by members )f the Linoleum Block Club with Miss Elizabeth Osburn as sponsoi. Fire Drill Wednesday. A fire drill was held Wednesday morning with the entire building being emptied in six minutes. Quilt Completed. Helen Jordon has completed n quilt started In Quilt Club this Jail. Miss Edith Floto is sponsor. Briddc Tarty Planned. Practice bridge hands were played by W. L. Lewis' Bridge Club and plans formulated for a club party at the home of Janet Burdelte at Dawson Wednesday, January 18, Portraits Taken. Members of the Camera Club were taught how to take portrait pictures ot a meeting Wednesday. "Jack and Beanstalk" Show. A puppet and marionette show was given in club Wednesday, each using the play, "Jack and the Beanstalk." The puppets and marionettes were made by the students. Latin Teacliers. In the third year Latin classes, taught by Arthur Boyland, student teachers have charge of the first half of the class, teaching any subject pertaining to Latin and answering all questions. The remainder o£ the period is used for class work. B. O. Buys Mill. WHEELING, W._ Va., Jim. 13.--A deed filed here diicloscdJhc.BaHi- more Ohio Hnilroad had purchased .he Wheeling Steel Corporation's Belmont mill covering three blocks High School Office Will Ge) New Carpet The floor ol the main ofllcc in the High School will Kt't a nvw covering, it was decided by the School Board Monday. The new carpet will be a dark green, replacing the brown which will be relaid in the third floor office. Only two bids were received by the directorate. The Troutman Company bid of SI96.50 was low. Superintendent W. G. Davis in recommending the purchase of the carpet taid it was hoped to have it laid before the opening of the annual teachers' meeting to be held here January 28 and 27. on Main street. $114,000. Purchase price wns U. S. Drinks More Coffee. NEW YORK, Jan. 13.--A new record was established in 1938 for American coffee consumption, equal to 14.38 pounds for each man, woman and child in the country, It is estimated by the New Yprk Coffee and Sugar Exchange. field townhhip, Westmoreland county, to force Westmoreland Water Company to extend service were ordered closed by Examiner James Wallace. Kills Divorcee. LEBANON, N. H.. Jan. 13. -- A hairdresser who, Police Chief James F. O'Neill said, confessed he j»hot and killed Mrs. Frieda Eds,on, 28, n divorce, because she "laughed" at him, was held in jail today. Water Hcarinjf Closed. HARRISBURG, Jan. 13.--Public Utility Commission hearings in Pittsburgh on. petition of residents of the Lincoln Heights district of Hemp- Connellsvslle Fruit Mkt 130 North Pittsburg Street Tlioric 10(i. WEEK-END SPECIALS angerines ................................. 3 doz. 25c Small Size Tangerines .............. 4 doz. 25c Indian River Oranges (tree ripened) more juicer and sweeter, ...doz. 1 5c, 29c, 39c Texas Seedless Grapefruit .......... each' 5c Small Delicious Apples ..................... 5 Ibs. 25c Imported Chestnuts .......................... 2 Ibs. I9c .New Peas 2 Ibs. 19c Lima Beans 2 Ibs. 29c Brussel Sprouts quart 15c Hot House Rhubarb Ib. 15c Eggplants . ... 10c each or 3 for 25c Cucumbers . 2 f o r l 5 c Select Potatoes, individual pkge, peck 31 c Also M'nx BciniK. Croon Peppers. 1{;i(IUIic. - er, Jiroocoli, 1'a.ic-ai Celery Hearts Green Onions mid mniiy others,. SEE Omi DISPLAY BEFORE YOU BTJY! IVo Deliver. Phone 106 Everyone Is wonderful snle! Actual $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 Values BENNETT Union Made Dress Pants All sjy.es. 2J inch to 50 Inch waists. Children's iSnaiv .Suits OFF Sueilc Work Shirts Winter Ribbed UnJon Suits 69c $2.45 Work Slioes (Unhide or Leather Soles) All O'Coals mid Topcoats... . 1. OFF 4 The Monogram Girl is here to sew FREE MONOGRAMS on your purchases of $1.00 and up of L i n e n s , Dome'stics, Men's Wear, Lingerie, Blouses, Scarfs, Women's Uniforms. GREAT JANUARY WHITE SALE ENDS SATURDAY 210 N. Pittsburg St. Scramble Your Seasons It's Smart . . . It's Fun . . . Choose Styles like these for Now and Spring "C narm ode" Dresses Interpret the newest notes of Spring 10.95 Heralds of Spring! Char- mode dresses express in fine fabrics, unique styling, and charming shades, the deptli of every woman's yearnings. You will have new confidence in them. Misses', -women's. Accent on Youth Print Dresses $4.98 Look like a lovely Spring day in these new style dresses. They'll sparkle under winter coats now. 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