The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 23, 1939 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 23, 1939
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.MONDAY, J A N U A R Y 23, 1333. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELlvSVIULB. PA. PAGE THREE. PLEASANT HOSPITAL HAS GIFT. PROGRAM Annual Donation Day Observed Under Aid Society Auspices. NEW TURNPIKE OFFICES IN USE Activities Among Girl Scouts · Eagle Seoul Application. Miss Jean Sullivan, first class scout of Troop 1 of the Methodist Episcopal Church, captained by Miss Kathcnrie B. Humphrey, has made application to be an Eagle Scout. Word has been received from Girl Scouts, Inc., that it is under consideration. Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 23.-Annual "donation day" was observed at Frick Memorial Hospital from 1 until 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon under the auspices of the Hospital Aid Society. The officers of the society are: President, Mrs. Paul Bycrs; vice- president, Mrs. T. S. Hyde; recording secretary, Mrs. Jesse S. Mullin; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Shannon Kicinbrook, and treasurer, Mrs. James S. Braddock. The reception room was nicely decorated and tea was served in charge of the following committee: Mrs. Kirk R. Bryce, Mrs. Myer Posner, Mrs. Samuel N. Warden, Mrs. Richard Wible, Mrs. James S. Braddock, Mrs. William D. Mullin, Mrs. Earl Pirl, Mrs. Morris N. Pieman and Mrs. Wade S. Stillwagon. On the reception committee were Mrs. George W. Stoner, Mrs. Susan Kennedy, Mrs. Elizabeth Rumbaugh, Mrs. Margaret Pigman, Miss Nellie Rupert and Mrs. Alice Doncaster. Receiving donations were Mrs. Thomas S. Hyde, Mrs. Jesse S. Mullin, Mrs. James S. Braddock and Mrs. Shannon Kreinbrook. In New Quarters. Work of removcling the Firs*. Ward school building for occupancy of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission was carried into the night Saturday as offices were moved from , the Donnelly Hotel. The new quarters will accommodate 26 drafting tables and seevra] layout tables, with s'.x tables for the right of way departrient. In all there are 6,146 square feet of floor space. Younsr People's Service. Young People's Day will be observed next Sunday at Reunion Presbyterian Church with the pastor, · Rev. J. -E. Hartm'an, preaching, a sermon for them. Older people arc invited as well the younger. Throat Operation. ~ Harry Bills, Jr., the four-year-old . son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bills, of Tarr, underwent a throat operation " Saturday at Frick Memorial Hos- ·ipital. Entertains Club. Mrs. Arthur Lyda of East Main . street entertained the card club of . which she is a member at her home. -"Two tables were brought into play. - Prizes were won by Mrs. Samuel Schindle, and Mrs. Ray Galsthorpc. Removed to Hospital. Robert Kane of 143 Liberty avenue, who is employed as a baker by -;the Schaller Bakeries, became ill /Sunday morning at his home and ,,· was rushed to Frick Memorial Hospital, where his condition is reported ' as much improved, " In Frlck Hospital. -" Mrs. Sarah Ritcnour of Hunker is ." a patient at Frick Memorial Hospital r - for treatment. Skating and Sledding Party. The court of honor of Troop 4 of First Presbyterian Church met at the home of the captain. Miss Martha G. Driscoll Thursday evening and formulated plans for a skating and sledding party to be held Wednesday, January 25. Audrey Smyth was selected as scribe and other officers are Gloria Gould, chairman of sick committee; Louise Thornley, chairman of membership committee, anc Adriennc Brady, chairman of birthday committee. MINER TESTS AT SCOTTDALE WEDNESDAY Examining Board Will Sit Twice at Borough Building. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST First Lesson Returned. The first lesson of the Leaders' Correspondence Course being taken by the troop captains and lieutenants has been corrected and returned. Troop 2 Loses Lieutenant, Mrs. Betty Charlcsworth, lieutenant of Troop 2, Girl Scouts, of Trinity Lutheran Church, has resigned as she will take up a residence at Salem, N. J., where her husband, Thomas, has been transferred. Sports and Games Tuesday. Lieutenant Dorothy Sherrick will entertain scouts of Troop 4 at her home in East Fairview avenue Tuesday at which time sports and games will be studied. Last week tiny met at Captain Martha G. Driscoll's home. An international friendship quit was held between two teams cap 1 aired by Gloria Gould and Marian Miller. Gloria Gould's team won. Activities were discussed in the patrols and lunch served. Walter Lash Heads Guernsey Breeders Walter Lash of West Newton, R. D. 1, was- elected president of the Westmoreland County Guernsey Breeders' Association for the coming year. Other officers elected arc as follows: Philip Long, New Stanton, vice-president; Ernest Albright, West Newton, R. D. 1, secretary-treasurer. Directors of the organization jnclude S. W. Heath of Belle Vcrnon R. D. 1, D. S. Rogers of Scottdale, John E. Hamm of Acme, John Cook of 3elle Vcrnon R. D. 1, W. E. Long of New Stanton, James Lynch of New Florence, William Trcdwcll of Belle Vcrnon R. D. 1, and M. S. Crisc of Smithton. It was decided to wait until the April meeting to adopt a program for the year. Resume of Nature Field. A resume of the nature field with additional work upon the safety project will mark Troop 2's meeting Friday. Menus Planned and Prepared. Preceding the scout meetings of Troop 1 the patrols are planning to prepare their meal to pass the homo making field in second class woric. Lieutenants Jean VanNatta and Hai riet A. Humphrey are assisting the scouts. Bird Program Friday. A large crowd attended the bitd program arranged by Troop 3 at the Sunday school rooms in Trinity Lutheran Church. Members of Troop. 5 and 7 attended in a body and scouts were in attendance from the other troops. The program was' Formal opening, conducted by Lieutenant Meredith Woods; song "Trees," by troop; poem, "Birds, 1 Dorcas Burkhardt; moving pictures on birds, safety, Canadian travels Ross J. Mcdcalf; reading, "Origin o; B;rds," Jean Dull,' song, "Medley of BM Songs," troop and closed with all present - singing taps. Europe Looks to U. S. WASHINGTON, "Jan. 23.--Jan Masaryk, son of the late founder- president o£ Czechoslovakia, told the Woman's National Press Club that Europe depended upon the spiritual leadership of America and that he "prayed you will not fail us." Mrs. Nelson Eddy! Vases Heine Made. Beautiful vases arc being made by Troop 3 of the United Brethren Church, captained by Mrs. Harold Hoover, from odd shappcd bottles cord and flour paste. A year age Troop 4 tried its hand at this. Thi tables weren't high enough and mice took a fancy to the Hour paste Scouts are asked to bring wate; colors this week to complete the! work. Patrol Party Wednesday. Patrol 4 of Troop 1 will have n party Wednesday evening at the horn of the captain, Miss Kathcrine B Humphrey in East Cedar avenue. Jean Hoover Troop Guest. Miss Jean Hoover was a guest a Troop 3's meeting last Monday ant played numerous piano selection from the opera, "Hans and Grctcl." Community Life to B« Studied. At 6:30 o'clock this evening a ne\ field, Community Life, will b studied by Troop 3 when it meets a the church. Went Hiking Saturday Lieutenant Jeanne VanNatta tool Patrol 2 of Troop 1 hiking Saturday thus assisting the scouts to pass th out-of-doors 'rogram in second clas work. Troops 5 and 7 Thursday. Thursday evening Troops 5 and will meet at the South Conncllsvil! Firemen's Hall and continue work i the homcmakins field in second work. Plans will also be formulate for the troop birthday party to b observed February 14. Valentine Party. Plans were formulated Thursda evening by Troop 1 for a Valentin party. Committees were not ap pointed and details will be complete this week. Troop C Tuesday. Troop 6, older girl scouts wi meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday at th Christian Chiirch. · Here is recent portrait of Mrs. Ann Franklin Eddy, 40, former ·wife of producer Sidney Franklin, ,who eloped to Las Vegas, Nov.; with · Nelson Eddy, 37, singing radio and screen star. Pay Respect. Scouts of Troop 4 paid their re spects to the late John King, fathe of Scout Nancy King. airs. Mary Whan Buried. Last rites for Mrs. Mary E. Wha were held Thursday afternoon at th 'nomc of a son, F. A. Collins, 121 South Pittsburg street, with Dr. W. r Hctrick, pastor of Trinity Luthcra Church, o/llciating. Burial wa made in Hill Grove Cemetery. Pal bearers were Lyman Wills, Gu Wills, John Wills, Dean Wills, Allc Myers and Frank Collins, all rela tivcs of the deceased. Little Dies Committee. LANSING, Mich., Jan. 23.--Mich gan legislature would create a "lilt. Dies" committee if a bill introduce receives favorable action. 125,000 Loss At Irwin Dairy Farm 1RW1N, Pa., Jan. 23.--Firemen awed forty head of cattle and horses Saturday when fire bioke out on he dairy farm of William Blair, ·outheast of here. The fire of undetermined origin destroyed a large )arn, a wagon bhcd, two silos and two hogs causing an estimated loss of $25,000. Fireman H. J. Good was njured when kicked by a horse while leading it from the bui ning barn. Six other firemen aided in saving cows, horses and pigs. ,, , Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 23.--Beginning at 9 o'clock ; n the morning and again at 1 o'clock in the afternoon Wednesday, an examination of applicants for certificates of competency nnd qualifications as bituminous miners will be held in the borough building. The examining board consists of Earl Miller, Indian Head: Paul Vucish, New Alexnndi la, and E. H. Davis, Smithfield R. D. 1. Men's Pro/tram. A special men's program was ob- ervcd at the Mt. Nebo Church o1 Westmoreland U. B. charge Sun- ay morning. It was the first of a ones that will be continued tomghl nd each evening this week. Rev A. Schultz of Conncllsville wil: reach Monday evening; Rev. Pau' lorris of Everson, Tuesday; Rev. W Barnhart, the pastor, Wednesday .cv. M. M. Snyder, Scottdale, Thursay; and Jacob Kooscr of North cottdale, Friday. The services will be carried out as chedulcd* if the weather permits. Hymn Service. Singing of Robert Lowry hymns eatured the Sunday evening service ,t the First Baptist Church. New OiTiccr in Charge. Wayne Pahel, who has been named uperintcndent of the Methodis Ipiscopal Sunday School, took up hi: new duties Sunday. Daughter Born. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patoka of Old cthany announce the birth of n daughter at Frick Memorial Hospital, .lount Pleasant, Saturday evening. Transferred to Ohio. R. H. Camlin of Parker avenue, vho has been in charge of the Scottdale works of the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation for a number of years, has been appointed works luditor of the Corporation's Guernsey Works, located · at Cambridge, Ohio. Mr. Camlin will take up his new duties immediately after the transfer of the Scottdale plant to the Scottdale Civic and Industrial Association, and will move, with his family, to Cambridge where they will make their home. Emergency Operation. Lottie Jane Cole, 10 years old, of Owonsdalc, underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Sunday afternoon. In Frlck Hospital. Robert White of East Scoltdalc, one of the best known Negro characters n the community, has been taken to Frick Memorial Hospital for treatment. Leadership School. The second session of the Leadership Training School will be held at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Fourth of July Costly. CHICAGO, Jan. i3.--Twenty-five deaths and 7,933 injuries were at- Tibutcd to firearms and firewoiks in ihe American Medical Associationls survey of last year's Fourth of Ju|y casualties. In the picvious year, 20 rc killed and 7,205 were wounded. Favors Absentee Votinjr. HARR1SBURG, Jan. 23.--Senator Frunl- W. Ruth, Democrat, of Berks resubmitted his constitutional amendment to permit absentee voting whicl' was approved by the 1038 Legislature. G. A. U. Encampment. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 23.--Officers of the Grand Army of the Rcpublu met here to plan their 72nd annua encampment to be held in PitLsbuigh from August 27 to September 1. SALLY'S SALLIES last Rites Held For J. W. Zimmerman The funeral service for John Wilson Zimmerman was held Friday afternoon at the home at Hillcrest with Rev. L. S. Elliot!, pastor ol the First Methodist EpiscopaliChurch, officiating. Burial in/Hill Grove Cemetery. 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