The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 18, 1939 · Page 12
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January 18, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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j PAGE TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER. CONN ELLS VILLE. PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IS, 1939. College Students Get Recognition For Stage Ability Three Connc-Uvillc and one Porry- opolis students who arc attending college received recognition lor their thcspian ability in being selected for important roles in various presentations. Bichard Grimm, of 304 South Eighthth street, a student at Otterbcin College, played the role of "Chuck Mjyo" in the play, "Girl Shy," a threij-act play given by the play production class Friday night under the direction of Professor J. F. Smith of the Public Speaking Department. Mr. Grimm is a member of the Christian Endeavor, the Zigma Zcta National Scientific Fraternity and the Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity. He is also active in the Ottcrbem Y. M. C. A. Miss Virginia Miner, of 303 East Green street, had n role in the musical comedy, "The Muchado," which the] senior class · of Wilson College presented Monday night. The plot had for its theme the return of "Aunt Sally" Wilson, founder of the 69- year-old college for women, to the campus and portrayed her reactions to the Wilsons ot 1933. Miss Miner, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Miner, took part in one of the dance routines which highlighted the eight scenes of the play. For the second consecutive year, Miss Betty Luce, daughter of Mr. and "~rs. O. A. Luce ot Perryopolis, has been honored in being selected to handle the title role in plnys presented by her class at Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio. Miss Luce, a senior, will be starred in "The Old Maid," a comedy to be presented at the college soon. Miss June Galley, one ot Bethany College's outstanding actresses, has been cast in the feminine lend in "Outward Bound,'* Broadway play which will soon be produced by the local chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic fraternity. Sutton Vane's philosophical drama on death was first played in America in 1923. Considerable interest had been shown in its present New York revival. Miss Galley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Galley of HUlcrest, Conncllsvillc, will play the role of Ann. Her lending man, Mr. William Hetller of Bethany, will carry the part which fell to Mr. Leslie Howard in the original New York cast. Strangely enough, Mr. Hettlcr starred in the Bethany presentation o£ "Petrified Forest" last season in another role which Howard had also played on Broadway. Elliolf Roosevelt Believes Texan May Soon Be President By United Pros*. FORT WORTH, Tex., Jan. 18.-Elliott Roosevelt believes that a Texan will soon become President of the United States and that Vice- President John N. Garner, among others, is a Texan of suitable qualifications. His views were expressed by radio Monday night in a broadcast o£ a wax recording he made before he went to Washington where he is a guest of his father at the White House. He comments weekly on current events for his chain of Texas stations. Roosevelt did not specifically nominate Garner--who has been reported as the leader of the conservative opposition within the Democratic party to some of his lather's policics-^-for the presidency, nor did he state the year in which he thought a Texan would be elected. His point was that Texas had made such strides in population growth, agricultural and industrial development, that its influence was growing and "the time will come soon for a Texan to be elected to the presidency of the United States." Then he discussed the merits of prominent Texans, including, in addition to Garner, Jesse H. Jones, chairman of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and consistent supporter ol his father. WOMAN WHO SAVES LIFE OF MONGREL VICTIM OF RABIES DETROIT, Jan. 18.--Somewhere in Detroit today there is a mongrel dog, that owes its life to Mrs. Stella Kronbcrg, but Mrs. Kronberg, because of the dog, is dead. Three weeks ago Mrs. Kronberg saw the stray animal fighting a losing battle in the icy River Rouge. With an ax and a rowboat she went to its assistance. For two hours she cut her way through ice and rowed against the cunent. She reached the dog as it neared exhaustion from vain attempts to climb upon flouting ice cakes. When she lifted it into her boat the dog could scarcely move. Back on shore, she bent over to aid the dog from the boat. The a n i m a l , apparently bewildered, snapped her on the cheek. Then,' its strength returning, the dog ran away. Mrs. Kronberg did not tell her husband or two boys about the bito. She treated it with iodine but when they asked her about the scar she gave a minor excuse. Sunday she became ill. Monday she went to a hospital and she died of what doctors diagnosed as rabies. Asks for Divorce. RENO. Nov. Jan. 18.--Mrs. Nona H. MeAdoo Taylor, daughtor of former U. S. 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