The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 26, 1939 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 26, 1939
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2G, 1030. MlllS JJA1L.V UUUIUL,K, C PAGE FIVE. ML PLEASANT PLANS ANNUAL FARM MEETING Six Westmoreland Schools Organize i Debate Conference Will Be ducted Ai I Day Tuesday, February 14. THREE CLUBS ARE SPONSORS Six Westmorland county · high schools--Hurst, Greensburj;, Bolivar, Ligonier.. Dcrry Township and St. Vincent Prep have formed the "Little Six Debating Confevciu-e." There will be live debates during the first half which opens on February 21 and the same number will be conducted during the second half that begins March 14 and closes March 28. Special to Tnc Courier. , C o ntcrcnce winner from three dis- MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 20.-- | tr j ctS| o£ w i u ch Westmoreland coun- Tuesday, February 14, has been I ty JS ' a part w ju compete in a «mi- deflmtely fixed as the date for the ^ ,, n;|1 to q ui ,i,f y entrants for the linals annual Farm Institute lo be held in i lo bc hcl(1 a t Allegheny College, the Grand Theatre. I Allegheny College has offered o The institute is spoiibOicd by the service clubs and business men of the town m cooperation with the West- ^ _ morcland County Agricultural Ex-1 cn t f rom that which has been fol- FINISH PLANS FOR INDUSTRY AT SCOTTDALE '. E. Updegraph Meets With Committee of Civic Association. tcnsion Association. The cc imittce. in charfie of the meeting, scheduled for both morning j and aftcinoon, arc: Solicitation, M. R. George. Shannon Krcinbrook; place of meeting, Frank D. Barnhart and C. B. Shiipc: publicity, Frank Queer, J. R. Wood; entertainment, Frank D. Bnrnhart and Edwaid Gridler; and badges. M. R. George. Representing the Rotary Club are Frank D. Bornhart, John L. Ruth and John C. Habcrlcn; Kiwanis Club, M. R. George, Shannon Krcinbrook and Edward Gridler; and the Agricultural Extension Association, Frank N. Sloner, Frank Lemmon and A. B. Horncr. A. B. Horner has eliaiga of the progiam. and through the efforts of W. L. Treager, county agrat, the services of State agricultural experts will be available. Addresses on .topics o£ vital interCii to the farm population will make up a large part oC the program. The Fsrm Institutes were inaugurated in Mount Pleasant in 1930, and have been conducted each year since, growing In interest annually. Special entertainment is always, provided on the program, and as the theatre's contribution a motion picture will *ie shown. Births at Hospital. The stork was busy at Frick Memorial Hospital Wednesday afternoon and night. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mr Tighlman Thorpe of Smithton, R. D., and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Werry of Mount Pleasant, H. D. in the afternoon. A Mn. oorn to Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Case of Mount Pleasant in the night, died at birth. Buried Under Ashes. Troup, 35 years old, of West Newton, an employe of the State Highway Department, received bruises and shock, when he was buried under a pile of ashes while loading a truck for distribution on the road at 5:30 o'clock Wednesday evening. He is a patient at Frick Memorial Hospital. His condition is considered good. ' Study Traffic Problem. In an effort to assist council in solving tr.-Hlc regulations and ascertain the desires of merchants as to whether parking meters · should be installed, a survey of the business men was made Wednesday by a committee composed of President of Council Charles Dickson, Councilman Michael Di Michcfe, Chief of Police Joseph White, 'C. E. Zimmerman of the S. P. Zimmerman Company, and Manager Irvin o£ the J. C. Penny Company. A report will bc made to council at its next regular meeting. Visilinc-rastor. Rev. R. D. Epps, pastor,, of the Mount Zion Baptist Church of Connellsville, will - reach at the Second Baptist Church at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, with a special message to the missionary society. AD arc in. vited to att»nd. Chorus to Meet. The Gospel Chorus of the Second Bantist Church will meet at 7:30 o'clock next Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs, Mary Wilson, chorister. All members quested to attend. Infant Daughter Dies. A daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. William Parker of Main street. West Newton, Tuesday afternoon at Frick Memorial Hospital, died at birth. Mrs. Parker, before her marriage, was M5a - Christine Null. Improves After Operation. Robert Kane is getting along nicely after an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Wednesday. trophy and medals will be prose'Ued outstanding debaters. This college's plan of debating is somewhat dift'er- lowcd by county schools in other leagues. Unique phases of the plan are: Elimination of- the win or loss tag on each debate, a system of judging which rates all four speakers on »n 8-G-4-2 basis, a composite rating to determine the leading debaters, each school debates every other school, winners in this section will meet winners in the other sections for tiopny and medals and the right to compcie at Allegheny College with winners of other districts. The schedule fellers: First Half. February 21.--Mt. Pleasant Township at Grccnsbiirg; Bolivar at Ligomer: Derry Township at St. Vincent Prep. February 23--Greensburg at Bolivar; Ligonicr at Derry Township; St. Vincent Prep at Mt. Pleasant Town- hip. February 28.--Mt. Pleasant Township at Ligonicr; Grcenbburg at St. Vincent Prep; Bolivar at Dcrry Township. March 2--Dcrry Township at Mt. Pleasant Township; Ligonier at Greensburg; St. Vincent Prep, at Bolivar. March 7--Ml. Pleasant Townbhip at Bolivar; Greensburg at Derry Tosvnship; Ligonicr at St. Vincent Prep. Second Half. March 14--Gteensburg at Ml. Pleasant To%vnship; Ligonicr at Bolivar; St. Vincent Prep, at Dcrry Township. March 16--Bolivar at Greensburg; Dorry Township at Ligonier; Mt. Pleasant Township at St. Vincent Prep. March 21--Ligonicr at Mt. Pleasant Township; St. Vincent Prep, at .Grecnsburg; Derry Township at Bolivar. March 23--Mt. Pleasant Township at Derry Township; Grccnsburg at Ligonicr; Bolivar at St. Vincent Prep. March 28--Bolivar at Mt. Pleasant Township; Derry Township nt Greensburg; St. Vincent Prep, at Ligonier. Alfred Cavalcanle, Brolher of Senator, Held for Grand Jury PITTSBURGH, Jan. 28.--Alfred E. Cavalcante, 30, brother of State Senator Anthony J. Cavalcante o! Uniontown, was held for Fcdcra grand jury action on charges o£ embezzling approximately $1,500 in postoflico funds. Cavalcante, former postmaster ot McClellandtown, waived hearing bc- fore a U. commissioner and was held under $1,500 bond. Bond was posted by his father, Mike Caval- canfe of Edenbom. According to postal inspectors, they found a shortage of $1,042.46 during a routine '"spection of records a 1 the McClellandtown postoflicc las' January 9. Cavalcante was dismissed January 10, they said, but a subsequent checkup uncovered addition.! j ^regularities which raised the tola j shortage to approximately SI, 500. The alleged embezzled money was reported to include C. O. D. mai) postal receipts and money cntrustcc to Cavalcante to cover money orders Help 15 Mile, of Kidney Tubes Flush Out Poisonous Waste If you b«v« a rra*!t of acid wute in your fclooo. - our 15 nulea of kSflnry tube* tony b» otcr-isorkod. Thmr tiny filtrr* aad tubra nrfl working cUy xnd niabt to belp Xcturo rid your fyntftn of pouonotui wa*tr. Whtn functional kidney disorder permit* potsonouM matter to Trmam ID the b}ood. you won't ferl Mrll. Ttiia raay cawe nacginK barkaehe, rhf umatic paint. ]«c paint, low of pep and rnvrgy, I«tlinc up nig^te, «M elline, pulTineu UDoer th« ej w, bradafhc" and dmiaeea. If 3011 br.v« trou'-w with frequent or (canty paMitcet ^ with emartlne and burning. tb«B may b« aonie- tfiinf; wronc ^ito your kidne» or bladder. Kidnoyv may need help tho aama aa bowels. ao uk 3'our drue^ut for Doan'i PilU, used racCMftfully by millions for over 40 yean. Th*y cir« happy relief and will help the 15 nu]«a of Judcey tubra QUkh ouv noE»onoo9 waat* from your blood. Get Doaa'i i*iua. To Ban Auto Alashcre. WILKES-riARRE, Jan. 26.--As an aftermath of the slaying of Margarc' Martin of Kingston last month, State Senator Leo C. Mundy said he would introduce several bills in the Legislature that would make it a criminal offense Tor motorists to urge strange girls into their automobiles. Squire Ordered Held. GREENSBURG, Jan. 26.--Justice of the Peace B. F. Swartzwolder o£ Seward was charged by the State Motor Police with driving an automobile while under the influence of liquor alter an accident Saturday night on Route 22. OTHER ITEMS OF I'NTEREST Special to Hie Couiler. SCOTTDALE, Jan. 26. -- R. E.' Updegr.iph of Pittsburgh last night met the committee of the Scottdale Community Civic and Industnni As- iCcialion. concerning the dual agree- nent that will bring the R. E. Updegraph MamifacttnmK Company here with its plant. The plant was formerly located at Lexington avenue. Homewood, and was destroyed by fire m the late fall. The company buikK ti (informers for every use and has ofliccs in all of the larger cities fiom coast to coast. Some of the transformers built by the compiny are type HD distrib.u- tion up to 500 KVA, both stud and cable-lead types; type RD farm or rural distribution; small do 1 type E low voltage; type P, potential trnns- formeis with and without fuies; type C, primary wound; type B, bus bar current transformers; bpccial transformers; motor starting and reactors; broadcasting transfoi mcrs; furnace and welding transformers. All manufactured goods arc designed and '.ompleted in accordance with the rules md regulations of the American In .titute of Electrical Engineers and of National Electrical Manufactures Association. Mothcr-Dauchtcr Banquet. The Sunday School Class of the Methodist Episcopal Church taught by Mrs. J. E. Lutz will hold a mother and daughter banquet at G o'clock Friday evening in the social rooms of the church. Bible Tea. The Theodore Hockey Bible Class o£ the Methodist Episcopal Church will hold a tea a'. 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chester Fugate in Koit^ Ches,tnut stiect. Alumni Mc£t Tonight. A good attendance is desired at the postponed meeting of the Scottdale High School Alumni Association, to be held at 7:30 o'clock this evening in the high .school. The meeting, which will likely be held in Room 8, will have special business and the planning of activities come before it. To Entertain Clasi. Rev. J. E. Lut£ will entertain the Young Men's Bible of the Methodist Episcopal Church at his home in Aithur avenue Friday evening. Posfponemenl Made In Smuggling Trial l.y United I'rcsi NEW YOHK, Jan. 20'.--Tile .trial of Jack Benny, rticiio comedinn, on chillies ot Mnugfllir jewelry, was adjovunucl Tuesday until February M. ' Uiwyci'b agreed \o the- postpone-' irioiU t,o that all available evidence in the ca: could be obtained. A Federal official is in Hollywood obtaining sta' jnents from George Burns, Benny's comic rival who pleaded guilty to similar charge, Craeie Allen, Burns \Vifc 1 , and Jack Pearl, another comedian who knew Albeit N. Chapcr.iu, who confessed he imuiir'^d gams ami clothing .nto Out. countiy for clients nent in cafe and screen society. Benny, denying any moral Rtitlt In connection with his purchase oC S2,- 131 worth of Ficncil jewelry for his wife, Mary Livingston, announced at his arraignment January 10 that he would flsl t the charges. If convicted, Ucnny faces a possible maximum sentence of six ycais in piibon and a $15,000 line I Chicken Thieves Jailed. WAYNESBUKG, J-n. ^6.--Chicken t f iie\cs need not expect miy leniency in Greene county coutts, Judge C. \V. Waychoff said in sentencing Kilcy U'nlteis of near Rices Landing to the \vorkhousc fo" bix months a f t e r he admitted taking five chickens from a neighbor. Slunhsville Woman Dies. Mrs. Catherine Zcigler Siylcher, 8-1, daughter of the late Samuel and iOh/.abcth Keller Zeiglcr and widow of Potor Spcichcr, died Sunday night at the home oC 'her granddaughter, Mrs. George NS'iIson, at ShunkiVille, of pncumoii'ii. Giant Lemons Shown. "MEW ORLEANS, Jan. 26.--Lemons that the grower, Fred Smith 01 Myrtle Grove, claimed would make halt a gallon o£ lemonade each, were displayed here. The lemons, o£ the Pondcntea Variety, were from !5 to 20 inches in ciicumfercnce. DO YOU LACK PEP? Montfromery. Pa--Mr H. C. llayotr. It. f. D I, ny^: "Last winter I hswl no Jiep or cncrRy and fivl to force myself to eit. I ucd Dr. 1'iercc's Golil- ' rn Medical Duco^ery anrl i it madr me feel like a ·-·- *-·' man. It Kav Ippetite and I C O R S A G E S For the President's Ball Don't wait! Come in, or phone, today. Choice of a variety of beautiful corsages at reasonable prices. OGLEVEE SONS "Every Winter had Grateful Letter "I vant to thank you for the -wonderful couch and cold mcdiclnr. BUCKLEY'S MIXTUlti:, 1 boucht the bottle last winter, for the old gentleman whom I am taking care of, for he had had terrible colds ctcry ulnter. The ftr\t dose helped, and after the thlid do*c cold \\sts cone--it does vuch quick *ork." Mrs. C, DavJs. Don't take chances, (or even the mo*t stubborn, ruckinc couj'.h tv,iftly yield*, to the poucrtul intlucncc o£ BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE (triple acting), tho JnrKtst selling medicine for couphs. coldv nnd Bronchitis In oil of cold Canada. CU a small bottle at uny driiKRlvt :myv.hcrc. Safe and MtisfacUon RuaranlccU Burn's Drtiff Store. Do FALSE TEETH ItoeJi, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an improved powder to bc sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds tolw teeth more firmly An plncc. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy. Koocy, pasty t ttvstt- or feellns. FAS- TEETH ts alkaline non-ac*d). Docs not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH ot any drug store.--Advertisement. SPECIAL! PIG HOG FEED $1.60 F M n Bffitj. M eed fit Lower Prices! Scratch 16% Dairy , SI.50 1- B. 3 _S1.40 I Brim $1.40 $1.35 Special Prices on Roofing, Koof Cement Rmif I'nint KEYSTONE FEED STORES TJionc Connollsvlllc, 107--Cniontotvn, 70. Wo Deliver at Slight AUditionnl Clinrgc. 'URSK.IN' frequently reflects hem \\c lc«l. In business and MKial contacts we like our friends to tell us how well ice looh. The Jaiiy now rccognbcs--ns phjM- cinns and scicniisis linvc lor JCJTS-- tlic ·\jtal import.incc ol rich, red blood, as the Found;) lion ol -itrcngin.cncrgj'.and a clear healthy skin, for llml !irc]-lcl-(!onn feeling U is well known how worry, o\c nnd undue t.ikc thcu loll ot the precious red colls of the blood. S.S.S. Tonic brings you nciv strength and \ttalit) by TCMoring ouj blood to a hcultliy stale, and its* arc cumulative and cndming in t!ic absence oEan organic trouble. impro\ot, the ajpclitc FurtlicT, S.S.S. Tonic irticts the nppc- titc . . . foods taste better . . , li. ^cstivc juices arc .stiimil.ucd, nnd nn.if- Jy, the tocnl jon cat i? o( more \nttic. .. a very important step bach to health, Buy and use uiili complete confidence. and uc believe you. like tlioxi- saiuls o£ others. wiH lie enthusiastic in your praise, ol S.S.S, Tonic for us part mmaking")outccllikc jourscU agrnn." Alall drug stores in t;VoM7cs.VoimdI find the. larger size more economical. a/t/if/t/f am/ /ic//i j i /a j/joua o/i , * / nircriRlh." B«y it i" ''1 tin! or wblcis from your torfiy and *« )iow much auon^cr New sue. tablet 5 50 cents. NEVER . UNDERSOLD I UNDERSOLD ALKA- SELTZER 25c SWEET SPiRIT OF NITRE, 1 ^oz. 1 1 c 2Qc EPSON SALTS, Full Pound ......... 9c 81.00 CASTOR OIL, FULL PiNT ...... 43c 25c OIL W8MTER6REEM ....... . .......... 11c 35c BORIC ACID, 8 oz ................... 14c SPECIAL , " " loukh acqua mtei I 35c PONDS COLD CREAM 4-WAY COLD TABLETS $1.00 Halibut Oil Capsules .Approved by Good kccphiir 25c AROtVL SPIR8TS of AMSV10M8A Itc 5c Household MATCHES 60c Phillips Cleansing or Texture Cream 15c ROCHELLE SALTS ........................ 9c 35c OUVE Oil (pure) 4 oz. ............... 9c 35c ALUM (powdered) 8 oz ............. 14c 50c CAMPHORATED OSL, 4 oz. ...... !9e 35c PEROXIDE Pint Only SI.00 DJER KISS SACHET ' 35c VANILLA EXTRACT Vz Pint

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