The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 7, 1938 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 7, 1938
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Second Part Pages 11 to 20 VOL.- 86, NO. 64. CONNELLSVILLE. PA.. FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1938. TWENTY PAGES. KIWANIS OFFICERS INSTALLED John M. Young Succeeds Paul O. Malone As President. NAMES NEW COMMITTEES With an impressive ceremony conducted by Peter R. Weimer, governor of Pennsylvania Kiwanis, new officers of the Conncllsville Kiwanis Club were installed at the noon meeting Wednesday. John M. Young succeeded Paul O. Malone as president and told the members that while lie would do oil he could to make 1938 successful in Kiwanis history "it remains with you whether the coming year really is a success or not." Other officers are: Samuel D. Braemer, vice-president; John J. Brady, secretary; C. C. Gallagher, treasurer; Dr. E. F. Fitz- Gcrald, Dr. E. B. Guie and A. A. Brown, trustees. The installation came alter Mr. Malone, retiring president, made his report on the year. H; used a post- folio of voluminous newspaper clippings as reference^ frequently reading paragraph: of spcial interest. "VZc can justify our existence," he declared, "but I think we should be more responsive to the social and economic problems of the city, State and Nation." The installation by the highest State officer of Kiwanis was regarded as a distinct honor,"President Young stated. Mr. Weimer became gover- . nor at the last State convention. "I realize my responsibility," said Mr. Young upon taking the chair. "I feel we should all take our coats off and go to work. We have a lot to do, especially for under-privlliged children. That fund is running low and with your cooperation we hope to build it up. I think we should also apply ourselves more definitely to boy and girl work." .Committees for, the year arc: .Membership and Attendance-Samuel D. Bracmcr, chairman; Louis Scolnick, Dr. William A. Pujia, Dr. I. J. CosscI, Albert Enany and Dr. C. S. Campbell. Agriculture--Edward Baer, chairman; Eoy B. Otto, R. M. Evans, William Fox, J. D. Porter, M. Glessner and T. C. Leighty. Underprivileged Child--A. A. Clarke, chairman; H. M. Leiberger, Dr. Louis Shrallow, J. P. Anderson, John Davis, E. M. Lawrence and Dr. D. S. Newill. Boys' and Girls' Work--Rev. L. S. Elliott, chairman; T.' W. Henderson, D. E. Nute, B. B. Smith, A. A. Brown, I/co J. Lowney, C. K. McKesson and Dr. S. C. Campbell. Vocational Guidance--C. C. Mitchell, chairman; H. P. Pore, Roy B. Otto, W. L. Zollers, M. W. Shaw and Jesse Buck. Business Standards and Finance-Joseph J. Cuneo, chairman; E. J. Smutz, W. L. Zollcrs, J. V. Solsson, A. A. Clarke and Banks D. Brown. Inter-Club--George Thaycr, chairman; H. W. Hcrwick, C. F. Ster- butzel, Dr. George Dull, H. P. Pore, S. D. Braemer and William Swan. Sports--Dr. W. A. Pujia, chairman; Dr. E. F. Fitzgerald, E. M. Lawrence, Dr. George Dull, M. Glessncr, J. P. Anderson and C. C. Gallagher. Music--C. F. Sterbutzel, chairman; Dr. George Dull, Joseph J. Cunco, John Davis, B. D. Brown, Jesse Buck and P. O. Malone. Program--J. V. Soisson, chairman; ' George Thayer, A. A. Brown, B. B. Smith, R. M. Evans and S. D. Braemer. Reception--J B. Henderson, chairman; A. A. Clarke, J. Donald Porter, W. L. Kollers, Dr. George Dull and Dr. E. F. Fitzgerald. House Committee--B. M. Swartz- wcldcr, chairman; Charles Weihe, E. M. Lawrence, E. B. Zimmerman, Daniel Duric and George Thayer. Public Affairs--Paul O. Malone, chairman; William Swan, A. A. Brown, E. B. Zimmerman, B. D. Brown, T. W. Henderson and E. J. Smutz. Kiwanis Education--Daniel Durie, chairman; Dr. E. C. Sherrick, C. R. Hctzel, Dr. I. J. Cossell and W. R. Scott. Good-Will. Grievance and Flowers --R. E. Wilhelm, chairman; Albert Enany, P. Gigliotti, Dr. E. B. Guie, C. R. Hctzel and E. J. Oglovee. Publicity--James M. Driscoll, chairman; R. M. Leiberger, M. W. Shaw, P. R. Weimer, Albert Enany and E. J. Smutz. Pennsville PENNSVILLE, Jan. 7.--Mrs. Fred Redding ol Punxsutawney, son, Paul, and daughter, Miss Wilma, of Texas visited at the home of Mr. Redding's mother, Mrs. Minerva Redding, Wednesday of last week. Mrs. E. J. Bitner returned home Thursday of last week from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Zimmerman ot Greensboro. Mrs. Zimmerman, who underwent a mastoid operation at the Uniontown Hospital, was able to return home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halfhill and Mrs. Ella Kulms attended the funeral service for Samuel Goodwin at ConnellsviUe Wednesday ot last week. The members of the "Forget-Me Not Sisters and Brothers'" of the Pennsville Evangelical Church held their last meeting of the old year Friday evening at the home o[ Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. McFadden. Clouds Scud Darkly Over White Cliffs MACARONI, 3 Pounds 22c SPAGHETTI, 3 Pounds 22c Photo from Fenna. Publicity Commission. This tmnsiul view b of the sand-stone hills--over 100 feel high--at Maplelon, near Huntingdon, alone the banks of the Junlati River. From these bills are quarried tho finest sand osed In maklnx xlass. Beached via Route 22, the TVllllam Fenn Hlchwar. FEMALES HAVE PLACE IN LAW, ASSERTS DEAN PITTSBURGH, Jan. 7.--Are women apt to succeed in the profession of law?. · That very definite "yes" you hear is by A. Marshall Thompson, dean of the University of Pittsburgh law school and recently elected judlje o'. the common pleas court .of Allegheny county. Dean Thompson points out that there arc 32 -women in the university's law school this year. "And," he adds, "they are doing very well, too." Judge Thompson claims that the best student in his classes last year was 'a woman, and that, on a comparative basis, women do as well in classes as men. Most women, Dean Thompson explains, are forced to enter private practice because large law firms still cling to the old belief that a woman lawyer is less.competent than a man. To offset this mistaken idea, Dean Thompson points out that two women graduates of the Pitt law school last year are working for labor relations boards--one for the State, and one for the NLRB. "Women of today are still pioneering in the field of law," he says, "but we are coming to the day when as much confidence will bo placed in a woman attorney as in a man." Police Station Robbed. BRISBANE, Jan. 7.--When a prisoner on remand escaped from the police station at Babinda, the whole of the small town's police force was mobilized to hunt for him. They didn't find tlia prisoner, but when they returned to the police station they found that it had been robbed. The burglar had taken $100. Baby Has 11 Grandparents. CANBY, Minn., Jan. 7.--Six grandfathers and five grandmothers gives year-old Vernon Hanson a new record number of living re!; ; 'es. He has a great great grandmother, two great grandmothers and two grandmothers, four great grandfathers and two grandfathers. of Cheer for Farm Folks; Ho More Droughts in America Until 1975 fit- By United Press. WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.--America's farmers need not worry about another serious drought until 397n, in tho opinion of Dr. C. G. Abbott, secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. Testifying before a House Appropriations sub-committee on budget requests of the Smithsonian, Dr. Abbott based his prediction on his lifelong study of the effect o£ sun soots on weather. "We are, I believe, on the very verge of recovery from the drought of the lost 46 years' period." Abbott said. "We have no expectation o£ another one of such great consequence until 1975, although following the 23-year period there will be a minor one during the decade 195060." Abbott said that the country is "Just now passing through the end of a drought period which began about 1930" which was associated with a lowered level in the Great Lakes, which, in turn, was associated with sun spot cycles of 46 years. GillcttI Funeral Held. The funeral service for Mrs. Anna Gilletti, 34, who died Saturday morning at her home at 1GO North Eleventh street, was held Tuesday morning, with requiem high mass at St. Rita's Church. Born in Italy, a daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Germano Yannicllo, Mrs. Gilletti resided in this city practically all her life. She is survived by her husband, Anthony, and the following children: Marie, Vincent, Margaret, Anthony, Jr., and Elizabeth; also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Germono Yanniello; her brothers, Michael, Samuel, Dominic and James; her sisters, Mrs. Anthony Carbonara and Mrs. Albert Orbin, all of this city. Pallbearers were James Jordan, Michael Gilletti, Rodger Rickctti, Michael Conforti, William Orbin and 1. Clean brakes and Inspect for irorir parts. 2. Add hydraulic brake fluid and Ir * spcct for leaks. 3. Lubricate all raovlnc parts. 4. Adjutt brakes tor winter driving* 5. Equalize on Flrestoni brake »calei. 6. Clean, Inspect and re-pack front wheel 7. Clean and polish reflectors. 3. Inspect and Inflate tires. 9. Inspect all parts for your safety. 10. Apply State Inspection Approval Seal. (Parts Extra) Regular $5.00 Value Utitft to tbt Veictv/P/rttfimt/taturtnt Richard CnoJtt end Martartt ft«H Men4*7 tvtrtha orrr Na^tmieitlt K A C Rtd Nttuvrk AUTO SUPPLY AND SERVICE STORES 122 W. A p p l e St. R O A J ) SERVICK. Plionc 21. Union Revival Opens January 10 At Ohiopyle Church Union revival meetings will be held in the Baptist Church, begln- ninc January 10. Rev. Lindlcy Shearer of Sycamore, Pa., will do the preaching. Frank Jackson ol Clairton will be the song leader. Rev. Overly, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and F. S. Wortman of the Baptist Church will have charge of the field work. All church people are invited to take advantage of the meetings, Ralph Gaudiello. Out-of-town relatives at the funeral were Mrs. Samuel lamarino, Miss Emily Cirino and Michael Gilletti of Cleveland, Mrs. Joseph Yanniello and Mrs. Dominic Yanniello o£ Mount Pleasant and Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Richetti of Scottdalc. Institute Defines Perfect Policeman In Pittsburgh Survey The Institute of Public Administration has issued a definition of a policeman. The institute admits "it is doubtful whether a person having all these qualifications could be found but it represents something like an ideal combination." The institute has been surveying the police needs in Pittsburgh. Its definition follows: "A policeman must be morally, physically and mentally sound. Integrity and honesty are prime requisites. He should be a skilled marksman, boxer and wrestler; be capable of rendering first aid in emergencies. He must be alert sizing up and judging situations and in making prompt decisions; be informed, particularly concerning the luws and ordinances, location ol prominent streets and buildings, itnc arterial highways leading to other municipalities; be poised, patient anc unprejudiced" and a lot of other things. Ice Firm Head Retires. SOMERSET, Jan. 7.--W. H. Kantner has retired as president of the ' Somerset Ice Company, turning over ! his stock to the new presidcnt- i manager, W. G. Carter, last of the 1 five charter stockholders of the concern formed in 1910. Entire Stock of To £9.95 Values Regular $7.95 Grades New Shipment Just Arrived! SPRING DRESSES Entire Stock of SACRIFICED! I N C O R P O R A T E D GROCERIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES Buy your groceries at -\vliolcsule prices at the Venn Store. Join the many t h r i f t y people who bring their orders hero from iniles tround Conncllsville. MJiko up your order from this list, now and bring it to this low price store. We can have your order delivered for ." cents. · . . . ' PIUSBURY F L O U R 93c MILK, 10 TALL CANS 69c Octagon Soap, 10 bars _45c P. G. Soup, 10 bars __.4Sc Pels Naptha, 10 bars -17c [tumford Baiting Powder 22c Snlumet Baiting Powder 19c Health Club Bak Powder lOc Frunklin Sugar, 10 Ibs. ...59e Brown Sugar, » Ibs. 3Jc Swansdown Sugar, !$ for 27c Ivory Soap, 10 bars._L 50c Lux, 3 for 19c; 10 for --G3c Lifebuoy 3 for 19, 10 for 63c Carnation Milk 10 for 73c For! Pill lard, 2 Ibs. 25c Sno-Shecn Cake Flour ...25c Swansdown Cake Flour _.2fle BISQUICK, Large box 31c I51NSO, 2 large boxes 43c OXTDOl, 2 large hoses 43c dORCX, 2 bottles " 25c Silver Cow Milk 10 for 73c Franklin Sugar, 10 Ib. 59c Macaroni-Spaghetti 3 Ib. 22c Hacaronl, 'SO Hi. box $1.29 Spaghetti, 20 Ib. box .,,.....$!.20 Saniflush, large can DRANO, largo can-.. SUPEBSUDS, large Rumford Baking Pow.22c BROWN SUGAR, 5 Ibs. 31c Noodles, 2--I-II). pkgs. _27c Tomato Paste, 4. cans ·.~_.2Sc Italian Grated Cheese lOc BON AaCT, 2 cans -- -._25c Old-Dutch Cleanser 3 ens 25c SOAP CHIPS, 5-11). box 39c IVORY SOAP, 10 for 59c BREAD, 3 Big loaves 25c Salad Dressing, quart 20c MUSTAHD, quart Jar lOc Peanut Hatter, big jar 19c Ammonia -10c--Bluing lOc taFrance 3 for SSc-^Jjye lOc Argo Starch, 3-lb. box 25c Navy Beans, 5 Lbs. 23c PRUNES, 4 POUNDS 25c KAKO, Half Gallon 39c Duffs Molasses, large --2flc ItFaplo Pancake Syrup lOc Eagle Brand Milk 20c PHIslmry Pancake'flour lie English Walnuts, 2 Ibs. ...37c Sno-Sheen Cake Flour 25c SALAD DRESSING, QT. 29c Ex-Cell S. Crackers 2 Ibs 2(Jc Graham' Crackers, 2 Ibs. 25c KHz Crackers, big box ...22c JJ1I1 Pickles, quart 19c Sweet Pickles 29c Preserves, Large jar 33c GEORGIE PORGIE, Box 15c Tomafo Pasie, 4 Cans 25c NAVY BEANS, 5 Ibs 23c LIMA BEANS, 5 Ibs 49c Kidney Beans, 5 pounds 39e CRISCO, 3-pound can _...59c Tetley's Tea Bags 23c Heinz Vinegar, bottle lOc Arm and Hammer Soda 3c NOODLES, 2 POUNDS 27c PRUNES, 4 pounds 25c Seedless Raisins, 2 boxes 19c APRICOTS, pound ,, 23c Hclnr, Ketchup, small _.13c Heinz Ketchup, large .21 c Meinz Mustard, jar _ lOc Ex-Cell Crackers 2 Ibs. 20c Buckwheat Flour 10 Ib 39c Salmon, 2 Tall cans 2Bc SAIHHNES, B cans _.25c French's Mustard _...._ lOc Arm and Hammer Soda --3c Rice, Fancy, 4 pounds 2i5c Apple Butter, quart _....19c LIMA BEANS, 5 Ibs. 49c JEILO, 2 BOXES 11t Rackoff's 105 Norlh Pittsbiin,' Street. HI-1,0 COFFEE, pound _.17c PENN COFFEE, pound ...23c Tetloy's Tea __ lOc and 19c Hcrshey Cocoa, Ib. 15c Hershey Bak. Chocolate ..7c "Walter Baker's Chocolate 19c Ocfagon Soap, 10 for 45c Matches, 6 Big Boxes 25e Buckwheat, 10 pounds 39c Corn Meal, 5 pounds 22c Pastry Flour, pounds _.23c RINSO, 2 Big Boxes 43c Shredded Wheat, 2 for _..28c Puffed Wheat, 3 for 25c WHEATIES, 2 boxes 25e NBC Oyster Crackers 2 Ib 33c- NBC Premium Flakes 2 Ib 33c Sky Flake Wafers ,, 19c SALMON, 2 Tall Cans 29c Salt, Free Running, box _5c SALT, 4 pound sack lOc SALT, 2 large boxes ..._:._15c OXYDOL, 2 big boxes 43c Chocolate Drops, Ib. 10c MOTHERS OATS, box .flc Mothers Oats, big box --28c Cream of Wheat, large --24c Sunkist Oranges, doz. 19c-23c Tangerines, large, doz. _15c POTATOES, peck _.25c lux Soap, 3-19c r 10-63c RICE, FANCY r 4 LBS. 25c Kcllogg's Corn: Flakes 3-2oc Jersey Corn Flakes, 4 for 29c Kcllogg's All-Bran, 2 for 25c Bayer's Aspirin, 12's lie Epsom Salts, 1 Ib. box _li)c Ex-Lax, 2--lOc boxes --lie Lifebuoy, 3-19c, 10-63c K A R O , Half Gallon r, Rice Flakes 12c Kcllogg's Bice Krisjries ...12c Post Bran Flakes -- 12c Roman Beans, 5 Lbs. 39c Georgie'Pogie, box 15c Postum Cereal, largo 23c Instant Postum, Largo _43c P E A S , 4 C A N S 25c- Peas, 4 cans 25C, lOc and 13c Libby's .Delicious Peas _17c Diced Carrots, can ..lOc CANS Ovaltine,-50c size Ovalline, $1.00 si/e Fletcher's Castorla SARDINES/6 Vick's Salve, jar 29c. VIck's Nose Drops :.39c Citrate Magnesia, 2 for ..25c Swansdown Cake Fir. 25c Double Dutch 59c Blue Jilbbon Malt 65c Razor Blades, 10 for _^i.--lOc TOMATOES, 3 CANS 25c Shredded Wheaf, 2-23c Corn, can lOc, 3 cans 29c Golden Bantam Corn ...2-2oc Baker's Whole Corn 2 for 25c Prince Albert. Tobacco ..--lie Cigarettes," plus tax 2.f6V25c Tobacco, All Brands 3 for 25c Bisquick, Large Box 31c Campbell To. Soup, 3-25c | Tomatoes, fancy, 3 cans 23c ' Mixed Vegetables, can lOc GREEN BEANS, cau .......lOc Wax Paper Rolls, 4 for _...;25c Matchcs,'.G large boxes --25c Safety Matches, 2.doz. 15c CATSUP, 2 Big Bottles 25c KIDNEY BEANS, 5 Lbs, 39c HOMINY, 2 Mg cans 19c KIDSEY BEANS, can lOc Spinach, Fancy, 2 cans 25c BROOMS ..39c, 49c, 59c, C9c MOPS, Best 19c and 29c WASHBOARDS 49c, 59c, 69c Duff's Molasses, large 29c Jersey Corn Flakes, 4-29c Peaches. 2 large cans 30c Pears, Fancy, lurire can 2-ic Red Pitted Cherries, gal. 79c HI-LO COFFEE, Pound 17c Campbell's Beans 3 for ...23c Phillips Baked Beans 1 - 25e Campbell Tomato Son]) 3-25; Clothes J'ins, 40 for .lOc Clothes Lines, o() feet --29c Motor Oil, 2 gal. can .,, 89c Calumet Baking Pow. 19c Tubs, Galvanized, large !)8c Boilers, Galvanized SJ.59 Boilers. All Copper $3.98 Spaghetti, 20 Lbs, $1.29 Hershey Baking Choc. 7c

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