The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1939 · Page 12
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January 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB. PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2-1, SCOTTDALE'S GUARD UNIT I N S P E C T E D Newly Appointed Senior Instructor Views Armory, Records OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Honest-to-Goodness Sponge Cake Special to rii-v Courier SCOTTDALE, Jan ".4 -- Lieutenant Colonel John H VariVlicl, the newly appointed scntoi list uetoi of the 110th Regiment, recently issigned to this regiment fiom the First Infantry, Fort Thorms, Wyoming, held an inspection Federal property of the Service Company, 110th Regiment, at the Armory Monday evening All papcis and equipment were reported in the best of ordei The armory is being painted -ind decorated m preparation for the general inspection Leadership School. The second of the Leadership Training School periods was held Mondav evening m the Methodist Episcopal Church with much interest being shoxvn and careful alien-* tion being given the studies Rev Norman W. Shollcnberger, dean, had charge Continue Revival. Evangelistic services are being continued this week at the Missionary and Alliance Church in North Broadway. R H. Walkei, East McKccs- porl, is the evangelist In Frick Hospital Mrs Ida Lo\v cry of Fourth avenue, Scottdale, has been taken to Friclc Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, for treatment Undersets Operation Mrs John Stoner of Mulberry street underwent an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Monday and is getting along mccl Music Club Program. A slumbei music program, in charge of Mrs Edward Anderson, was presented bv the Monday Music Olub at the Piesbytcnan Churdi Monday evening On the prognm was a number by a double quaitet, including Miss Mary Lou Hcrberl, Mrs C R Bradley, Mrs David Craig, Mrs James Convvav, Mrs Mjer Homer, Mis Al- be-t Remolds, Miss Lillian Solomon and Mrs Charles Hirst, piano solo, Mrs Florence Clabaugh vocal solo, Hazel Belle Porter, double trio, Mrs F J. Pylc, Mrs John Zimmerman, Miss Lillian Solomon, Mrs C F Lewis, Miss Uorolhcn Weaver and Mrs Earl Pirl reading, Leo Shumaker, Mrs Walter Reese and Mrs James Blackburn; and vocal duct, Mrs Floyd Harrer and Mrs Walter Reese, accompanied by Mrs Leo Shumaker. At the close a social hour was held with Miss Theresa Clmgerman as chiirmin Other members of the committee were Mrs W H Clmcer- man Mrs Albert Kunklc, Mis George McCurdy, Mrs D M Ryall, Mrs D S Rogers and Mrs Margaret Laughrey. Ail members of the chorus urged to attend rehearsal it 7 30 o'clock Monday evening m the First Presbyterian Church Budcct Inspection The tentative budget for the borough is open for inspection at the borough building Any interested citizen may look it over One of the iccipes Mis Dorothj B i t h g i t c will give it The Coin in Cooking behool which stilts tomonow morning is foi a simplified-version of sponge c ike- Here she h i s just bca en the isi's the thuty minutes they icquire and aceoidmg to the little eloek (shown at the usht) times =01 just up, and the cake is leady foi the ne\t step in mising C H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY Chicks Next \\cck The students in Miss Irene Kline's zoology classes aie anxiously awaiting next week when the egg 1 ; in the incubitor should hatch Economic Gcosrapliv Topics Hoiticultural districts of the United States and commercial importance of Movie Pictures, Inc, are topics being studied by Miss Dorothy E Griffins classes Victorian Age The senior English classes under the irslruction of Miss Grace Adams began a study of. the Victorian ARC Monda} Ruth Whipkey and Gerald Witt gave talks Teachers Return Harold A Swank, English teachei, and Miss Dorothy Licbeit of the commorci.il their duties, deportment resumed Monday aftci having been ill at their respective homos Notice Girl Reserves Membership cards m u s t be tamped nnd signed bcf6re tickets ia be obtained for the Valentine )incc to be held February 11 Freshman PopuHritj Contest Freshmen Homctoom 11, instiuctcd y Andicw MeNeii, held a popular- y eonlel v\ith the following results Most Inndtome Kenneth Hcrberit, rettiest, Dorothy Diniels, largest ect, Jack Cartwright best diessed, 'om Bailey nnd Betty Bowers, most .iciso'iality, Jo in GHsi and Bob Jurbin, most intelligent, .Times Bcn- elt, peppiest, Betty Bowers, tallest, ack Cirtulight, best actors, Join lTSi and Bob Duibin loudest J ick artutight and Dorothy Daniclt and lost athletic, Join Gloss and Bctt Bowers Crime Talks Given Students m J A Lerew Problems of Democracy classes, started toda to give floor talks on the subject of "Crime * G. R 's ln\ itctl to Clinic Miss Loretta DeOrc, State nurse who addressed the Girl Reserves using the theme, "Personal H gienc," invited the G R's to visit the Children's Clinic held every Tuesday After the address, Dorothy Osterwisc led tongs Skatinir Part). Mis Elsie Walton «; sophomoic homeroom is planning a roller skating parly to be held in the near future Reuben and Rachel A dince routine entitled Reubci and Rachel is being learned by th Clogging Club under the instruction of Miss Irene Kline Lasi Riles Held For Mrs. Amanda Laughrey The lunoial service lor Mrs Amanda Laughrey was heM Thursday afternoon at the familv home, 129 Sndcr street, with Rev. A H ' lanbbergcr, pastoi o£ the First Methodist Protestant Church, in charge Many friends, assembled to pay then last respects to the aged woman Mis James Chailcsworth, Miss Roialic Swink nnd Mrs Fred Mc- Clmtock sing "Good Nisht and Good Morning, ' "Someday We'll Understand ' and ' Meet Mother m the Sky 11 Grandsons, Ralph, Walter and Samuel Laugbrcv, Jr, John SwiJt, Jr, Earl Balslcj and Edwaid Anderson were pallbcaicis Tiieie wcic a number ot beautiful floral tributes Interment vv- in Chestnut Hill Cemeteiy. Funeral Director John H D. Sibel had charge Out-of-town persons attending weie \V H Laughrey ol Pittsburgh, a brother-in-law, Mrs Bessie Stein- rmllcr ot Mither, stepdaughter, George W. Laugluej o£ Colonnl No 3 and Simucl P Laughrey of Uniontown, stepsons of the deceased Unit on Grammar. The "Merchant of Venice" h i been eompietcd by Mtss Beatrix Horcwitz" freshmen English classes and a uml on grammar has been started Officers' Elected. Haloid Scott was elected picsiden of Sophomr.c Homeroom 3G spon sored by Mis IZu.sxel! Burkholdcr Othci offlccis are Rea Herd, vice president and Loretta More, secic tary and Ircasuier GLASS PROSPECTS HELD BRIGHTER "Little change m marketing and manufacturing conditions affecting Slass pioducts vvcie repotted during the week," the American Glass Rcs \ lew snid. "Production is being maintained ut a Rood late, taking into account the scas-on of the year, and is on a moic active basis than in January, 1938 Prospects are increasingly brighter, especially in flat glass and pressed and blovn glassvvaie" . Tuition Students There aic a number oC tuitio pupils in High School Bullskir Township li.if. 110, the luigcst nurn bcr Tho Tating is Saltlick town ship, 93, Springfield township, 02 Lower Tvrone township, 10, Uppc Tyrone township, 26, Pcny to\vn ship, 22, Davvion, 29, Stewait town ship five. Franklin township, one South Huntingdon Wharton township, township, on two, Smithton ght, Bullskm township, l i b South onnellsville, 50, Dunbir, !·), total 39 Recordings \rt Gnham, Cecil Wagnot and Ear] Rmglci presented i program of c ording on A-l Giaham's amphnci n Freshman Homeroom 7, sponsored Miss Beatrice Horcwitr French Te^ts The Second Ycir French students, ns'ructcd by Miss Mugucrite Davis, re taking tests Mondiy a vocabu- ary test of 100 words was given, today a gramm ir test and Wednesday ,t v. ill be comprchensiv Cb Lost and Found. A line looking bo s coat can be obtained in second floor office It was lost three weeks igo and to date lasn't been cliimcd There ire also numerous oooks and gloves which will be jeluincd if Miss Chtjbogcnc Wiihelm is seen Did You Know? When Robert Trankenberry, Dnl- Logue columnist in The Coker, visited m New York during the Christmas holidays he. interviewed populai radio entertainers among them K i v Kjser and S imm\ Kayc They icnucsted him to send them o copy of The Coker Ilirfd Concert IVcdncsdaj. The fouith annuil conceit of the band will be given Wcdnesdiy wit! v incd progrim under the direction of Riehaid Gmgiich The bind will pi iy its version of the tunes Mr Tianklin D Roosevelt Jones,' and 'Music, Macitio, Please" States WASHINGTON, sjlvama icceived $247,761,653 thni Tasmcnts Jan 24 -- Pcrn- $580801 of th the Agriculture Adjustment Admmistiation expcndcc finm July 1 through December 31 1938, including paymcnt to grower participating in crop control pro grams. Just a I'cu bips and-Like a Hash--Relief: Spend a icv. cents today at anv dmc ilorc lor a bottle ot BUCKLEV. s MLK- TURE (triple actin*,}--bv far the largest 3ttllng cough medicine In all of cold Canada Take a coup\c doses at bedtime anil enjoy a good nights rest One li tic sip and tlie ordinary couch is 'on its way" Continue for u\o or three dajs «mJ youll hear JIUle more from that tollhh old han£-on cough that nothing »c«ns !o help--1! not joyfully (.atlifscd-- morn*v balk --Advertisement Jturit i Drue More --who attends the cooking school--tloesn'l li.-ne time to shop around,.and when bho knows tli.it trucks Haidwn.ro Icccp a complete lino of the latest good kitchc-u gadgets it is easy to select what tou Genuine Pjrev. 0on anil lop of stme unre at the lowest prices in historj. life \»ro. Hittlcr Douch Itlendois. llutriui. AMups, ('nit crsul tric 0cii, the finest on tlic Jimrkcl. f'ooks an entire men) ^hile jou attend the cooWnir school. (irci C'oliee Hroners, Tj- rcv Ton Kcftles, Si//Ie J'lattcis, Sleak Vlnnhs, (op ol sin rails. Vine Mood- en Spoons, MKing Spoons. Onc-fo.it Ma irk l)u o I'ninl. QUALITY 1'HOM. 1 »5. "Harem" Head? Howard" Dingwell, 40, of Biin- bndffc, N. Y , has been arrested m Miami, Fla, accused by federal agcnta of distributing his affections in his cross-country "trailer harom" to a troupe of four giris as bonuses for selling tbc most magazines. (Central Proa) PI F A ^ A K I T STRIP-TEASER K L t A S A I N l \ OUT OF DANGER GUARDS GIVEN | FLOOD MEDALS , KANSAS CITY, Mo J i n M -I Betty Fallon, 18, blond stup-lease Recognition of Services Rendered During 1936 High Waters NSPECTIONS ON MARCH 8 she went to render assistince to a student \vlio hid been injured in i Jed iidms accident n e \ r the school In Hospital Mis S-uah rictUiu of nc.ii Mount Pic is ml v\as taken to Flute Mcmoi- lal Hospii-il Monday foi treatment dancer, who was released from a hos- pitil after phjsiclnns decided it \/ould not be necessary lor net to undergo an npiiondcctomv, siid she hoped to lia\c ./ new job in a few days / Miss Fillon Huit her night club job when sh; M is taken to a hospi- til She* to d physicians she \vould not sive hei consent to an opeiatton, much os sh might need it, because blic xv .is afiaid the tear would spoil hci career as o strip-tease artist. V.imc«l Jail Ihslcian GREdNSBURG Jan 24 -- West- lorelind County Prison Boird amed Dr Thorn is P Cole of Greens- JUrg £s county jail physician pro cm T ic board v, ill meet ag-nn nciay February 13, to rmke a lermanent appointment to succeed )r J F Long of Harrfcon City who as resigned the $'50 lon a year posi- Special to Iho Courier MOONT PLKASANT, Jan 24 -- 'lood sciMcc mcd ils were presented Monday evening at the Aimoiy to he following men of Compiny E, 10th Regiment, who seixcd cluung he flood in Johnstown, in March, OJG Ciptam Ted J Smith, First jieutenanl Thorn is D McPh.nl, Second Lieutenant Vito A Fairtll, Fust bergemt John M Slaminko, icrflcints Linest L Clausner, Carmen J Grixell , Kenneth N Ciusan, 'ames P Donnelly, Welly S. Love, Nick P. Ncsta, Olla A Zeman, Coi- oials Ldwnrd W Ciomn, Donald C Hellein, Milliid t. Met/, Puvites first Class Dax id K Beig and Thomas W Colemm ond Puvates ?iul W Kennedy md Tony A Ciruso In the ab cuee of Buif,ess Aithur ] e uhait and Captain Edgar Kelly, neither of whom could be picsenl, Capt un Smith piesented the medals The Federal and £lat inspections ill be held Match 8 The public is invited to attend Church Barnes Ofliccr-f. The following officers o£ the Fast Evangelical and Reformed Church xieie installed Sunday Elders, Lloyd Rumbiugh and R B treed, deacons, Edward Gridlei, J R Wood, G Clifford Singlcy and Gilbcit Cl irk ny School officers fire Superintendent, Robett Wcisel, secretary, Elm-i Jean Whctsel, and tieisurer, Wilson Parfltt The pastor, Ee\ H u o l d C Baei, installed the odiccts Twin Son Dies. Daniel Davazsky, the 18-day-old twin son ol Mr and Mrs. Michael Davazsky of Carrcntertow n died Sunday at the home Inteimcnl was made at 3 o clock Monday attcrnoon m Visitation Sloxak Cemeteiy Tri-Ui-y Meets. The Tri-Hi-Y held its regular meeting Monday evening in Ramsay High School After the bus i ess meeting there was dancing Has Fool Lacerated. Michael Dzambo, 17 vears old, of Mount Plcisant sulcied deep lacerations of his left foot Monday motn- ing when it v\as ciught belwcen l\\o coil cai in a mine He was admitted to Frick Memorial Hospital for treatment Resumes Duties. Miss Armeid Queer, uho ins been absent from hei teaching position in the Third Wird school since a fall in October, resumed her duties Monday. Teacher Hurts Ankle Miss Grace Galley of West Washington street, a teacher in the Noith Vandorgnft school, is suffering from an injury to her ankle received when GLASS CO., OF JKAiJBTTE Tie Plnle, 8 in. 1'ip Plate, !) in. I'ic Plate, 10 In. lOc 15c 20c 3 for Cusftml Open Opoii Makers ,, _ UtiliJj Truj --. UlilH) Trnj . .. . _ 35c Dripolutor .. $1.18 Double Holler ____ $1.00 lOc 2!)c 3.»c 25c v SPECIAL Covered CASSEROLE JL\trn largo, Heir. $1.00 Viiluc BUY that roast p want, if. 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