The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 27, 1939 · Page 8
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January 27, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVmLK. FA. FRIJ3AT, JANUARY 27, 1939. Mlmrfvt or* pnrcfou*. On« mtnut* lot* may mean an ordvr l«t.. a train mliwd . . mn opportwmty pone fo»- *v«r. Ofv« CREDIT TERFflS H E R E ! Terms as Low as 50c a Week CONFLUENCE ODD FELLOWS WILL INSTALL SATURDAY Plead for War on Infantile CONFLUENCE, Jan. 27.--Addison Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Friday evening completed the induction into the order of 11 candidates by conferring upon them the rank of knight. The meeting, in spite of bad road conditions was well attended, with seven members present from Somerset lodge, two from the Rockwood and 10 from Confluence, in addition to a good representation from Ad; dison and the 11 candidates. During, the meeting it was announced ; that the Rockwood lodge would '. have a class for candidates in the near future and that · both the Somerset and Confluence lodges will , have degree work in the next month. This evening Addison lodge will r install its officers for the ensuing ·~ term of six months, and Saturday evening Confluence lodge, Pleasant - Valley No. 72, will install new officers. The installation will be in '. charge of District Deputy Grand Chancellor Charles Cook of Rock" wood. A committee in charge is making plans for a diamond jubilee banquet ' to be held in this district during the latter part of February or March in celebration of the 75th anniver- - sary of the founding of the order. " The committee will meet next week at which time it is expected a defi- ; nite date will be set for the affair - and a tentative program announced. ~ Membership has increased in the '. last six months. Surprise Party. Harry Hunter. T - was honor ' 'guest at a birthday surprise parly held at his home Monday evening. : Harry is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry - Hunter of West Side. It was his : eighteenth birthday. After playing " cards and games, a lunch was served by his mother. He received -" many nice gifts. - VITA Crews Transferred. For some unknown reason all the men working on the WPA project . here were transferred to Pennsyl:. vania State Game Tteser%-e land near ' Confluence Monday. Plans for continuing work on Confluence streets - were made and pas. c ed by the coun- " cil when it met in a special meeting last week. Foreman Joe Wilson had supervised the work. Has Narrow Escape. A. L. Bird was a lucky driver last - Thursday when his car skidded on the icy highway near Listonburg. It came to a stop when it turned over on a bank. He was bruised but ~ otherwise uninjured. Damage to the car was estimated at about $100. County Glee Club Planned. Members chosen from the Con" fluence High School Glee Club attended a meeting in Berlin Saturday. Representatives from every school glee club in Somerset county attended. They had plans to establish a Somerset County School Glee Club which in the near future will compete with other counties'for the - championship of the State of Pennsylvania. Members from Confluence were accompanied by Musical Director Carl Neher. Those representing Confluence were Hazel Johnson, Margie Humbert, Elleanor Brooke, Vivian Redrick, Jean Bowlin, Virginia Black, Dick Hyde, James Davis, Scott Younkin and Carl Burnworth. The next practice session will be held in Central City. Other Items of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burnworth spent *he week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burnworth in Connellsvillc. Miss Reba Pore and Elizatcth Bower, teachers in the Conncllsville region, spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Pore and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bower, respectively. Carl Freidhoffer of Somerset was a business visitor in Confluence Friday and Saturday. George Brown, employed in Cleveland, Ohio, spent the wcek- ; end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Brown. Miss Myrtle Hopwood, a teacher in the Hcoversville schools, spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Hopwood. Elbert McMillan, employed in . Washington, D. C., spent the weekend with his wife, Mrs. Janet Beggs McMillan' and his parents, Mr. and " Mrs. N. I. McMillan. Elmer Shipley, Floyd Bower, and William Howell were business · visitors in Somerset Saturday. Miss Beulah Hall, employed in Washington, D. C., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hampden Hall. Mrs. Ruth Brown, Darwin Cuppett . and J. F. Murray were visitors in "Johnstown Wednesday. · Frank Springer, employed as a -boat pilot operating on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers, is spending a lew days with Mrs. Springer here. C. O. C. Class Meets. . The C. O. C. Class of the Meth'od- ·ist Episcopal Church met at the home of Mrs. Lewis Fisch last Thursday evening. There were 11 "members and four visitors present. Plans were made to earn money to "defray expenses of the church. S. S. Officers Elected. At a business meeting of the Sunday School Board in the church auditorium last Thursday evening, officers for 1939 were elected as follows: Superintendent, J. T. Reynolds; assistant, Harry Gunderman; secretaries, Margie Humbert and Jane Downs; librarian, Ernest Jcfl- ries; treasurer, Robert Brown; cradle roll superintendent, Mrs. Cora Edgar; missionary superintendent, Martha May; and home department, Louise Lohr. It was also decided ti organize a junior Sunday school and Mrs. Charles Black WEA elected fuperintendent in charge. Condition Improves. · Paul Bird of New York City has; returned to his home there after being at the bedside of his father, Charles Bird, for a few days. Mr. Bird's condition is very much un- proved. Mrs. J. Donald Colboin and Mrs. Kenneth Williams were visiting the former's mother, Mrs. W. R. Smock, in Brownsville Monday. - - · · · Frank Previere was a business visitor in Somerset recently. Mr. ai d Mrs,. Paul Gunia and son were visitors in Pittsburgh over the week-end. Mr. Gunia is employed by the Government here as a driller. Logon Hall, employed in Washington, D. C., is spending a few days visiting Mrs. Hall and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hampden Hall. Mrs. Margaret Chcsko of Pittsburgh spent the week-end visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Maddox and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Critchficld. Mrs. Choko was a former Confluence school tc* -'her. E. E. McDonald of Somerset, formerly Baltimore Ohio agent here, now retired, was a recent visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black were business visitors in Connellsvillc Monday. William Boor, employed by the Baltimore Ohio Railroad in Somerset, spent a few days at his home here. Glenn Kcidcl, a student at Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, is spending his mid-scmeslcr holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keidcl. Mrs. Fred Marquart, \v!io is ill at her home on the West J'.ide. remains in about the same condition. At the present time her sister, Mrs. Clara A pica for more infantile paralysis institutions was broadcast from Washington by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (ncntcd) and these guests at a White House tea. Left to right: Miss Mary Margaret McBride (Martha Dcanc of radio), Mrs. Gifford Pinchot, wife of the former Pennsylvania governor: Mrs. Marry Woodring, wife of the Secretary of War, and Mrs. Edith Noursc Rogers, representative from Massachusetts. Walton of Pittsburgh, is at her bedside. Mrs. Walter Shipley and son, Harold Shipley, were business visitors in Somerset Monday. Miss Dons Lyons and Miss Mary Whitney, teachers in Confluence High School, have returned after spending the week-end with their parents in Pittsburgh, Mis. Hazel Folk has icturned after spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Heinbaugh, in Cassclman. Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Wills and son have moved from their residence in Oden street to the J. L. Burnworth home on the West Side. Auto Inspection Deadline Closes Tuesday, Jan. 31 Motor vehicles failing to display inspection stickers will be denied the I use ot the highways on and after! Fcbruaiy 1. 1 This was the warnins of the State I Motor Police who :-rc makins plans to enforce rigid rules against the operation of automobiles which have not been inspected and passed by the official inspection btatiois. "Although the inspection period ends January 31, a vast number of the State's motor vehicles have not been submitted for the lest of mechanical fitness," a State trooper said. "Car owners who wait until the final week may discos'er that official station facilities are not equal to the task of handling the last hour rush. In consequence many motorists ore likely to find themselves in an cm- barr.iismg position February 1." The officer urged motorists not to plrcc entire reliance upon the adjustments made in the inspections, pointing out that it is necessary to keep constani check on safety features of motor vehicles. "The presence of a sticker on the windshield is no guarantee that the car will remain 'safe' until the next inspection period," the trooper added. "This is particularly true of headlights, which do not long remain in perfect adjustment." The period February 1 to April 30 is known as the "enforcement period." The next inspection period will begin May 1. Credit Jewelers. SECOND NATIONAL BANK BLDG Opposite Orpheum Theatre THE ONLY SOAPS AND SHORTENING ENDORSED AND USED IN THE WEST SIDE MARKET J002 West Crawford Avenue. J. R. DAVIDSON CO. 10!) West Crawford Avenue. BURN'S DRUG STORE West Crawford A \ c u u e . SCHNEIDER'S MARKET SOI) AVcst Craw ford Avenue. LEONE'S GROCERY ·21-1 East JKayettf Street. SAPOLSKY'S MARKET 501 McCormick Avoime S. S. SEMBOWER (iOS Snyder Street NICHOLSON'S MARKET ·134 East Crawford AICIIHC. PHILLIPS' GROCERY C22 Park Avenue. W. S. RINGER South Conncllsrllle ROSS GROCERY 31G West Crawford Avenue. J. W. MICKLUS 1122 West Crawford Avenue. SILCOX MARKET 314 North I'iltshiirg Street. ANCHOR GROCERY SIS North I'ittslmrg Street. JOHN. TRAFECANTY 413 Highland Avenue. JAMES PALLADINO (i-f York Avenue. KESLAR BROS. (501 South rittMnirs Street. ABE GORDON 212 East South Street RUSH MEAT MARKET 80S East Crawford Avenue. D. VONA 302 "Eiidt Crawford Avenue. A. G. HOOVER 207 East Crawford Avenue. LOUIS DeMIRE ·12(1 East Murphy Avenue. G. A. CADWALLADER South Connellsville. OHIOPYLE, PA. Ohiopyle General Store C. A. Corristan Holts Market ' B. W. Whipkey MfLL RUN, PA. Lester Dull MT. BRADDOCK, PA. 31. S. Sodlock At Clover-Farm Stores At Union Supply Stores At I. G. A. Stores PERRYOPOLIS, PA. J. J. Boss Karolcik's Market Vincent Tiklo VANIDERBILT, PA. 3fnrotti Bros. DICKERSON RUN, PA. Henry Hunker DAV/SON, PA. F. E. Burdctto Btirdette Cash Market At A. P. Stores At Thriftmart Stores EVERSON, PA. Central Market Sherrlck's Market Jtyan's Grocery DUNBAR, PA. Vnrinno and Colatch H. 1». Smith Son INDIAN HEAD, PA. I. L. Sparks Son Sparks Supply Co. At American Stores At Streamline Markets At Acme Markets All-Purpose Shortening- it's Triple-Creamed Help guard against cosmetic skin with LUX Toilet Soap LUX for dishes -kind to hands Stops "B. O/ in your daily bath For tub, washer, dishpan, and all household 1 cleaning

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