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

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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r , TIT"DAY, JANUARY 11, IOSS. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEIJ-SVrMjE. PA. PAGE SEVEN. Postal Receipts Show 25 Per Cent Increase, Says Postmaster Clark Postal receipts during 1037 represented an increase of 25 per cent 1836, it was announced today by Mrs Laura M. Clark, postmaster here. There has been a steady gain) throughout last year which has con- Mrs. Sadie Deeler / Dies af Meyersdale MEYER'SDALE, dan. 11.--Mrs. tinucd on into this year. The up-,Sadie (Ware) Decter, 77, wife of ward trend was most pronounced j William H. Decter, died ft pneu- during the Christmas rush when the | monm at 7 o'clock Friday evening at largest percentage of gain was shown' her home, 203 North street, Meyers- over the corresponding period o f ' dale. She had been ill only a few 1839. i days. Mr. Deeter ib the owner of the Parcel post has been unusually Meyersdale Planing Mill, heavy, both incoming and outgoing, A native of Somerset county, she Mrs. Clark said. Many economists regard postal receipts as the best basic barometer of business conditions. Dr. U. F. Higinboiham Fayelfe City Burgess Dr. U. F. Higmbotham is the new burgess o'. Fayetto City, succeeding Burgess E. D. Stcinman. William F. Conlon administered the oath of office to the new burgess. John Moravek wcs chosen president of council to succeed Conlon. - Meyersdale MEYERSDALE, Jan. 11.--An unusual birthday party was held on Eriday evening at the homo of Mr. anil Mrs. Louis Weld when they enl«rtalncd In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Sanu Spring Witcr Company. Fifty years ago on January 7, the first meeting was called to organize a water company for Meyersdale and at this meeting official! were elected, and a charter applied for which was granted on January 20 of the same year. The concern was known as the Sand Spring Water Company. At the first meeting Samuel B. Philson, president of the Citizens National Bank, wns elected secretary and for 50 years he has served the company. In appreciation of his services Superintendent Louis Weld presented him with a beautiful gold plate with his name and time of service with the company engraved on It. Mr. Philson accepted the gift " and gave a brief talk thanking them very much for the kind reme; brance. W. S. Livengood gave a short talk after which a beautiful and delicious birthday cake was lighted and ' refreshments served from the dining room. There were about 50 ladies and gentlemen present and they all report having a very delightful time. was born in Allegheny township July 3, 18GO, a daughter of William and Mary (Coughenour) Ware. Mrs. Deeter was- a member of Amity Evangelical and 'Reformed Church, Meyersdale, for many years Surviving are her husband and the following children: Mrs. Samuel Seese, Mineral Point; Mrs. Olhe Boyer and Ware' Deeter, both of Meyersdale, Mrs. William C. Appcl, Somerset; Mrs. Caroline Pfeiffer, New Castle; William Bunn Decter, Yuma, Ariz; Miss Ida Deeter, at home; Warden Deeter, Vnlpariso, Ind , and Mrs. Joseph Shultz, Flint, Mich She was a sister of Mrs. Harry Bcrkebilc, Uniontown; Mrs. Anthony Shumock, Hyndman, Bedford county; Allen Ware, Klngman, Ariz.; John Ware, Chloride, Ariz.; Samuel Ware, Long Beach, Cal.; Albert Ware, Chicago, 111, and Charles Ware, Punxsutawney. The funeral service was conducted this afternoon at 2.30 at the Deeter residence by Rev. Dr. B. A. Black, pastor of Amity Evangelical and Reformed Church. Interment followed in nearby Union Cemetery. Mrs. Sarah Schcnck Hurled. The funeral service for Mrs. Sarah J. Schenck was held at the home in East Green street Saturday afternoon with Rev. M. L. Cadwell, pastor of the Christian Church, officiating. Pallbearers were C. A. Crowley, C. A. Port, I. V. Rouzcr, C. E. Scynoldi, C. G. Hyatt and J. M. Young Interment was In Hill Grove Cemetery. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Jan. 11.--E. B. Brown, who had been confined to his home several days on account of a severe illness, fell down a flight of stairs Friday, receiving injuries that necessitated removal to Frantz Hospital. He is reported to be resting as easy us could be expected. P. E. Vincent was a week-end visitor in Conncllsville. Rev. N. E. Schindler, pastor of the Baptist Church, preached in the Markleysburg church on Sunday morning and at the Rush Church in the afternoon. M's. C M. Cunningham was » week-end visitor to Cumberland. John Hyatt of Fair Oaks was visiting friends in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Butler and daughter, Lois, of Johnson Chapel were in town Saturday. Blow Torch for Hot Ootrs. DALLAS, Tex, Jan. 11.--Mechanics students at Dallas Technical High School have discovered a new method for roosting wieners. When a wiener rost was almost spoiled by a ram storm, students found a shelter, filled a bucket with wieners and applied a blow torch. Within a few minutes, the hot dogs were dons, uell done, too. MT. PLEASANT COUNCIL GETS INTO ACTION MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 11.-President Charles Dickson of the borough council, at an anjourncd meeting on Monday evening, named !he following committees: Finance, Ralph Easton, Ralph Stoncr and C 3. Shupe; street, Charles Queer, Bert Mason and Ralph Easton; police, Ralph Stoner, Joseph Zarown'skcy and Charles Queer; sewer, Bert Mason, Rice B Freed and C. B. Shupe; property, C. B Shupc, Joseph Zarownskey and Charles Queer; ordinance, Michael De Michcle, Rice B. Freed and Bert Mason; Ore, light and water, RJCO B. Freed, Michael DC Michelc nnd Ralph Stoncr. The finance committee treasurer, Gilcrt Clark, Secretary Frank L Overly, Solicitor Oliver Shields and Piosidcnt Charles Dickson will meet Wednesday and Thursday evenings to prepare a tentative budget to be fcubrmttcd at a meeting on Friday evening. , The bond for the treasurer was set at $2,000 and the Mount Pleasant State B.mk was named depository for all borough funds. The property committee was instructed to make rules regarding Fnck Park and submit them to council for its approval. The committee will also report the cost of a marker for' Frick Park. Burgess Arthur Gcorhart recommended a better system to govern the police department, and he, along with the police committee, will make plans for this. A quiet zone for the Frick Memorial Hospital was also recommended. It will be established at the top of the hill above the hospital and continue to Church sti cct. Jesse Itcclcr, s former councilman, was present and reminded council that the water question was not settled, and asked that the solons keep after the matter until the minimum charge referred to on the recent statement sent out is, settled. A communication from the Board of Health was received indicating it will reorganize. The board has jccn practically inactive for the past throe years. Dr. William Robinson was president and Richard Fox secretary. Payment of money to the Board of Health bos been discontinued until after another meeting when President Dickson will name the new members of the Board. Teachers Is'amc Treasurer. At a meeting of the Teachers' Association, held at Ramsay High School Monday evening, the resignation of Treasurer Orrcll E. Freed was accepted. He has taken a position in a Pittsburgh school. Miss Josephine Splendore of the Ramsay commercial deportment was elected the new treasurer. G. Clifford Slngley, principal of the high school, gave a report on the State convention nt Harriaburg in December and comments were made on the report by John C. Haberlcn, supervising principal. Rctristrar'i Report. C. A. Shcrrick, registrar for this district, gives the following vital statistics for the month of December, 1937: Deaths, Mount Pleosant t-wn- ship, one mole, and two i'ernale; Is Mother Dead? Hath Branum Rnh . . . mother executed In This little girl la Ruth Broman Rubens, daughter by a former xnrriagtt of Mrs. Adolph Arnold Rubens, the mysterious "Mrs. Donald I* Robinson" now reported to have been executed In Moscow. Ruth's home Is at Miami Beach, Flu, where she lives with Mrs. Rubcng* mother, Mrs. Fred Boerger. Mount Pleasant borouRh, three male and icven female; births, townahip, flve male, and five female; borough, 10 male, and 18 female. Special U. B. Service*. Special church services will begin at the United Brethren Church this evening and continue .during the week. The pastor, Rev. E. G. Sawyer, will bring back former pastors to speak during the week. This evening Rev. J. D. Good, pastor at Mc- Kecsport will speak; Wednesday evening, Rev. J. H, Bridigum of Braddock, will make the address and on Thursday evening Rev. W. A. Sites of Latrobe will be here. No speaker has been nnnounccd for Friday. Firemen's Meeting Dates. R C. Blngnman, recording secretary of the Westmoreland County Firemen's Association, has sent out' the following list of meetings for the next flve months: January 14, Munci- pal Building, Youngwood; February 11, school hall, Westmoreland Homesteads, (R. D. No. 1, Mount Pleasant); March 11, No. 2 flre station, Jcanncttc; May 13, borough building, Latrobe. Mrs. Minnie Ferguson Dies. Mrs. Minnie Husband Ferguson, 60 years old, died at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr«. Harry M. Tedrow of Bridgeport. Mrs. Ferguson had been in the Allegheny General Hospital, Pit'sburgh, frc:n December 2 until New Year Day, when she was brought home. Mrs. Ferguson was a daughter of th« late Mr. and Mr*. Marion Hus- baid of Mount Pleasant. She ia survived by her daughter, three grandchildren, one sister, Mrs Glenn Hamson of Mount Pleasant, and two brothers, Chai Ics and Frank Husband, both of Pittsburgh. The funeral service will be held at the home of Mrs. Harrison in South Church street, on Wednesday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Interment will be in Donegal Cemetery. y AM I A MONEY-SAVER/ WITH THIS ELECTRIC RANGE I MAKE THE CHEAPER MEATS TASTE DELICIOUS-AND CUT OTHER COOKING COSTS! £lectttc Kecattfi SAVES YOU MONEY IN COOKING AN «lt*ctnc loaitoi u on id«ol aerront to have in youi kitchen, not only becaue« it u x convenient to O5« but also because it CAB save you money in cooking An «10ctnc xoastui is depend Able--It given consistently good result! in baking, itowing, roast ing and grilling Th» cheap** cuts ol m«a3 axe given a delight lul taste Meat vegetables and dessert are cooked at one tune, with the samo beat--and the flavors don't mix. Noi can the cleanliness tvatui* cl *a eloctnc roaster b* over looked Clean utoasils, clean walls; clean curtains--thes* mean real savings 1 ( YooV* fnrit*d to In»p«ct *| th» dvctrtc Ro*stm Thai 1 Locml 8tor*T AT* Dt*pUyin9 I SaysREDDY KILOWATT "Your Willing Servant" ©1 ° o o o o i -,,KS««« jlssr^v './ About $ 2.0O FOLKS on West Ponn lines who cook with an electac range now pay, on the average, only about $2.00 a month tot the electricity' Many say they would gladly pay more, rather than be without this clean, automatic cooking service. "» ».. ««· *· ahead 9e avoids costly 1 dwmmw. puts you EASY MATTER NOW TO COOK BABY'S FOOD One of the special featuies that has been prepared for The Courier Cooking School tliis year is a practical demonstration of cooking for baby. Mrs. Dorothy Bathgatc, who will conduct the school, says the day of struggling with the baby's food from morning until night, cooking a dab of this and a dab of that, is past. Instead of this tiresome method, iho will show the mothers, and grandmothers, m her audience how to cook seven different foods all at one time! "Of course," sas the instructor, "every mother wants to have a healthy, rosy-cheeked baby. Today, mothers realize that this can only be accomplished by following a conscientious regime of milk, sunshine, fresh air and the pioper diet. To most mothers whose youngsters have reached the age of solid foods, a well- balanced diet is a problem, usually involving constant cooking. But the lucky mother who has an electric range,' can cook one or two days' supply of cereals, /nuts and vegetables all at one time in the steam cooker. By using small covered jelly glasses, seven different food- can be cooked at one time in one container. I'm going to show exactly how to do this during one of my cooking classes and I'm sure all the women will find it interesting. The same idea can be adapted for convalescent foods, too. "All the valuable minerals and vitamins are retained in the foods when they are cooked this wny. And the foods can be safely kept in the Does" Slumber Snapping" To Earn College Tuition COMPULSORY HEALTH EXAMS BEING URGED Special to TTio Courier. HARRISBURG, Jan. 11.--An urgent pica that Pennsylvania adopt legislation requiring prospective brides and grooms to submit to a Wasserman test -before a marriage license is issued was voiced today by the head of the division of syphilis of the State Department of Health. Dr. Williarr Bolfon, of Upper Darby, an acknowledged authority and specialist on" the treatment and cure of social diseases, addrcsscd-his plea to legislators of the State shortly after the Health Department announced its intent to continue its "Wasserman Week" for another seven days. _ Two other slates, Wisconsin and Connecticut, have enacted legislation making such blood tests mandatory before legal permission to wed is granted. electric refrigerator untU time to use them. * -· "I'm especially glad to include this type of cooking on this year's program for it's a new idea and one that will save the busy mother hours of time." Every one of the cooking classes this year is lull of such practical, time-saving methods. Everyone is invited to attend all three days, January IB, 20 and 21. Classes will be held in the Orpheum Theatre and will start each morning at 9:30 o'clock. There are all kinds of schemes for working one's way through college but Frank! Gill, Duqucsnc University senior, comes up with one that is tops in originality. ,, Gill is what is known as a "Slumber Snapper" whose gentle technique in awakening fellow students for eight o'clock classes has won him an enthusiastic following in men's dormitories, for a price of course. Mr. Gill's own novel program of "person ilizcd publicity" is reflected in a snappy handbill which reads: "Do you know that failure to cat · breakfast kills more men every year than cancer,.tuberculosis or halitosis? Failure to attend, early classes ,has blighted more college careers than any other cause!" Mr. Gill only has one demerit on his record. HP overslept the first day his system went Into effect. . Wirnelce, Jr., Stockholder. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Jan. 11.-Charles Louis Warnoke, 11 months old, is believed to be organized baseball's youngest executive. Young Warnkc, the son of Lon Warneke, hurler for the St" Louis Cardinals, is the proud possessor of eight teeth and a share in the stock of the newly organized Hot Springs ball dub in the Cotton States League. Councilman 37 Tears. MONESSEN, Jan. 11.--J. F. Boycr of Finleyville has established some kind of a record as ho began his 37th consecutive year as a member of council. For 22 straight years he was president i, Reduce Your Food Expenses! Buy Your Needs in Your ASCO Store Where Quality Counts And Your Money Goes Furthest! FRESH FROM OUR OWN OVENS- Bread Supreme 3 Jumbo Loaves 25c The Economical loaf for the lurgo size family--and you may have it Sliced or Unsllced. ·g ASCO Fancy Quality Tomato Soup, 4 Tall Cans 23c Kudo of finest Quality Sound Tomatoes, perfectly seasoned. Tomato Juice 4 Tall Cans 23c Pure nnd Delicious--Serve It Cold. Brazil Nuts, Fancy, Large, Washed Ib. 21 c ASCO Slowly Cooked Pork £ Beans, 2 large 28 oz.cans 19c Convenient for Quick Meals. Have tt supply on hand. Happy Baker Flour Wincrest Coffee Farmdale Milk Princess Oleo Pure Lard Bag 65c Ib. 15c--3 Ibs. 43c 4 cans 25c 2 H). 23c 2 Ib. 23c ASCO Pancake or Buckwheat Flour, 3 pkgs. 20c California Lima Beans Ib. 9c Special Prices on Qualify Produce 5 Ib. 25c 2 Ib. 25c pk. 23c 8 Ib. Bag 33c Bananas, Golden Ripe Tomatoes, Nice for Slicing Potatoes, Mealy White Oranges, Florida Juicy Special Prices on Quality Meats - - Chuck Roast Ib. 14y 2 c Round Steak Ib. 25c Pork Chops, Center Cuts Ib. 28c Fresh Calf Liver in. 49c Pork Shoulder Steaks ib. 24c Veal Chops Ib. 20c Fresh Oysters Pint 25c Fish Fillets 2 Ib. 19c These Prices Effective in Connellsvilfa, Dunbar and Dawson. btf'FM'MlifTlafM'M'lB^^

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