The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1939 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 13, 1939
Page 10
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1'AGE TJSN. : THE DAILY COURIER, CONNRI.T.SVILLE. PA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1030. Mount Pleasant Business MOUNT PLEASANT; Jan. 13.-Merchants in Mount Pleasant have circulated a petition against parking meters in the borough and will present it to council at next Monday night's special meeting. This step wns taken following the talk on traffic regulations ot the regular meeting of council, when meters were discussed. x Communicable Diseases. of the Board of Heulth for tho 1938 shows that during the year the following communicable diseases were quarantined: Four cases of-measles; thrca-maJc' and one females -ftvo mumps,-'three' male and two-female; threo diphtheria, one rnalc and two female; 11 whooping-cough, "six male-.and five female; four typhoid-fever, two male and two female; twp ; scurlet-"fever, both female; 47 chicken-pox, 28 male and 21 female; one tetanus, mule; two broncho pneumonia, both male. s Health certificates delivered numbered 134. Total arrests made during the year were five, with^.-pnc i fined, nnd four no action taken by the burgess. · Dr. Miller Injured. Dr. A. D. Miller of East Main street is suffering 'from a fracture of the left shoulder, received when he fell "while calling on a patient at Standard. Dr. Miller has been a practicing physician for 49 years. December 21 he celebrated his 79th birthday. . Sunt. Maxwell Speaks. -Charles F. Maxwell, Westmoreland county school superintendent, gave an historical talk before the Rotary Club at its regular Tuesday dinner meeting at the National Hotel. Mrs. Koloolnski's Funeral. The funeral mass for.Mrs. Anna Kolocinski will be, celebrated at ft o'clock Saturday morning at .Transfiguration Polish Church, Interment, will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Kolocinski, who died Thursday morning in Frick Memorial 'Hospital, is survived by her husband,' Anthony, and the following children; Mrs. Albert Twardzleskl, Connellsvllle; Mrs. Walter Skoncczny. and Mrs. .Rose Palk'o,.Everson; Michael, Walter," Anthony, "Jr., "Theodore and Virginia 'at home. ' '. ' :' Music Club Program. Miss Jean Marsh will be the leader of the be presented by tho Mount Pleasant Music Club at Its regular meeting Tuesday evening at Reunion Presbyterian Church. * program is entitled a "Musical Cruise Around t h e World." . - - . - - Bycrs' Home Sold. Alex Ghantous, Main street merchant, has purchased the Main, street home of the Barbara Byers estate, now occupied by Mrs. Byers' daughter, Mrs. Margaret Byers Barnhart, The consideration was $8,800. Hospitalized Railroad Experts * Oppose Poslalized Passenger Fares WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.--Railwaj management experts opposed a proposal to postalizc passenger lures today, contending that the Increase in traffic would not bo sufficient to compensate for low long-rllstanc rates. Private rail opposition to the !)lan which has been endorsed in prin :lpl by some congressmen and economists was disclosed alter a meeting hetc a which it was explained to prlncipa railway executives. Perryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Jan. 13.--The Fin Arts Club met Monday evening a the home of Mrs. R. W. Echard wit 11 members present. The. first paper "Hot Stuff," by Mrs. Earl Curtis con eluded the work-that tbo'.Vdub 1 doing on the subject of Mexico. J new subject, on "Canada," was bcgui with a paper on "Canada As a British Province," by Miss~Mnry Wolfe,' an one on "The .French-Canadian" c Mrs. Rist Stlmmcl. One membe; Mrs. Frank Sislcy,. was reported o: the sick list.- The next meeting wi: bo at the home of Miss' Roeiin Kamercr Sines Over Radio. Charles Letanosky sang over a Un lontown radio station Sunday alter noon. . . " . . . . " Son Is Born. · Mr: and Mrs. Mike Phillis ar parents of a son, weighing 11 pounds born Tuesday. . Entertains Guild. Mrs. Roy Griffin entertained th · Rosebud Guild of the Flatwoods Bap list Church Saturday afternoon." : At C. E. Meeting. Miss Faith Swarlz attended amccl ing of officers of this district of th Christian Endeavor Societies Sunda afternoon in the Christian Church Brownsville. . '- - Personals. Mrs. H. D. Strickler visited friend and relatives in West Newton Sun day. Mrs. Robert Logan of New Ken sington visited her a'urit, Mrs." D. M Graham, Monday and together the spent some time with Mrs. J. B. Kno at the Uniontown Hospital. The Misses Mary and Hosetta Du/ spent Sunday evening at Chcstnu Ridge with Miss Eliza Higginbotham Mrs, Larry Heller of Castle Shan non spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker. Andrew Lynn of Morgnntown i visiting his son, Harry Lynn. Miss Francis Gallcttly of Toront Ontario, Canada, has returned horn after a brief visit with her friend Miss Huth Hudson. Mr«. John Eoo«evclt (above), th« former Anne Lindsay Clnrjc, entered a hospital in Boston for observation niter being »triclen ill at their Brooldine apartment. Nature .'· of illness was not disclosed. hree Confluence Men Given JPrison Terms for Thefls CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER OF ACTIVITIES By Prtjj. | members of the ncwr Cabinet and In- HAUU1SBURG, Jan. 13.--Chron- j vitcd guests, ologicat order of events incident t o ] 11:50--Another group moves Irom Constable Appointed. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 13.--President Judge Harry A. Cottom appointed James Slonn deputy constable for the j man Ralph Wood. Constable Fourth Word, Uniontown, on peti- j Roby^ the cojjrl said, joined tion of residents, headed by Alder- petition. Leslie in. the nduction of Republican Governor- elect Arthur II. James Into odlce icxt Tuesday were made public by Chairman Fred C. Morgan ot the jinuRuriil committee, as followa: JO A. M.--State Motor Police take tho Cnpltol to the stands, members marching In this order: Earlo, Jnmcs, Samuel S. Lewis; John W. Kephart, Supreme Court chief jubilee; Dennis J. Mulvlhill. Senate chief clerk; Rev. George G. Surnmcrson, who will de- over closed main Capitol Building; liver the invocation;! InauRural ind clear lanes for principals in Uic : Chnirmnn Morgan; Lieutenant Gov- naugurnl cere-monies. 10:-15--Inauguration ot Licutcn- ant-Governor Samuel S. Lewis in the i Arthur If. .Tam«, Jr., and James F, ornor Thomas Kennedy; Mrs. Earlc; George H. Knrlc, IV; Dorothy James; Senate chnrnbcr.: 11:00--Governor-elect Jnmes 1 party meets, in Chief Executive's reception the*Capitol;.Earlo. goes to Executive Mansion in official car. 11:10--Mrs. Earlc and son, George, IV, leave mansion to join the Governor-elect's daughter and son, Doro- Tornmco, Republican State Com- ;nittec chairmen. 12 noon--Morgan announces the Governor-elect Is present to bo In- auourated and presents Rev. Sum- nr.crson who prays; Mulvlhill reads certificate of James' election; Kcp- harl administers oath of oftlce; executive offices. 11:15--Earle and James escorted thy and Arthur H. Jnmcs, Jr., at the j Earies leave stand escorted by Major General Edward C. Shannon, commander of the State's National Guard; Governor's flag goes up and artillerymen firo 18-gun salute on nearby Front street; James speaks; benediction; Motor Police escort James and Morgan over parade route. 12:45 P. M.--James reviews Inaugural parade from stand. 7:30--Buffet supper at Executive Mansion. 0:00--Inaugural ball at Zembo Mosque. from the mansion to the Capitol by the Governor's troop of brightly uniformed National Guardsmen; troop proceeds to position in inaugural parade line. 11:30--Inaugural party moves from Governor's reception room to inaugural stand on the front steps ot the Cupitol, the first group including tho Inaugural committee, members of tho Supreme and Superior courts, hoads of elective departments, Coal Gas Fumes Fatal. CATAWISSA, Pa., Jan, 13.--When Miss Helen Margcrum failed to report for the language class she taught at Catawlssa High School, a pupil went to look lor her. He found the teacher overcome with escaping coal gas and her 76-year-old-father dead. Corn or Peas 2 sTM 25 c Or.KMlAtK 1111 Vr» C R I S C O Given Prison Term. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 13. -- Charles Crutchman, 22, of Kelatervlllc, was serving a 10-day term in the county jail on reckless driving charges after he allegedly backed hl» car around a corner, striking a funeral car parked in readiness'for a funeral. SOMERSET, Jan, 13 Three Con- [uenco youths, who admitted burglarizing a Confluence home and tho (gh school building there, were scn- enccd'to terms in the county jail by "udge Norman T. Boose. Charles Groff, Jr.. who admitted being-on parolejrt the timo o£ the obbery last _\yeek was ordered to erve out the remainder of his parole n the county jail and Jhen to do ah additional stretch of »lx months to ono year. The other defendants, Max Hyatt and Henry Milliard, each were ordered-to pay-the costs,"a fine of $1 and icrye six -months to one year in the county jail. Wiled "135,000,000'Forms. -WASHINGTON, Jan."-13.---: The Central Statistical Board- reported fiat Federal agencies required business; men and-just plain .-citizens to Hi out i35,"bOO)000 forms] and questionnaires in-1937. The«;j ontTbcjrwsy" to _beat ctke butler to make 'your cake tender, *nd to make it rise properly. Do you know it? I LOOK IN THESE BAGS FOR NEW IMPROVED CAKE j METHOD--PIUS A FLOUR THAT MAKES SIMPLE I CAKES INTO PfllZE-WIHNERSI In simple fooJj -- bre*d, biiculli, pies, plain calcei--the goodncn comet from the flour. It coju only i£c more per recipe to me Pill»bury'« Best Flour thao to uie the clfteapeit flour.i PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR OW PEPPY."YOUNG~AGArN at .57 Itui Oitrtx KtJ* n»« DtK t TUK · ciaaj. u« wv yeQiB weir. --Tie Haw Ro wOyif «rTonlc 1'ur »Jle at onion Drus Co. WE EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITATION TO EVERY WOMAN IN UNIONTOWN AND SURROUNDING ViCBNSTY TO ATTEND THIS BARGAIN EVENT! 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