The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1938 · Page 12
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January 20, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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:: PAGE TWELVE. THIS DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVUjLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 193S. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY, TOLD Special to The Courier. I ..SCOTTDALE, Jan. 20.--At the annual stockholders meeting of the Scottdalc Savings and Trust Company,-held Wednesday afternoon, the following directors were elected for the year. B. F. Keistor, William Ferguson, Fenton O. Keistcr, R. D. Ovcr- hoUVH. E: Laughrcy, Edwin C. Kcis- ter, JDonald C. Keistcr, Harry Laugh- rcy, Frank D. Barnhart and H. C. Deffenbaugh. After the stockholders' session the board of directors organized and elected the following officers: ' Ficsident, B. F. Keister; vice-president, Donald C. Keistcr; secretary and ' treasurer, Harry Baughrey; assistant secretary, Fenton O. Keister; assistant treasurers. A. J. Strickler and Elizabeth Landenbcr- ger. · \ - · " Dr. Strlcklcr Reads Paper. .-Dr. James P. Strickler of Chestnut and Mulberry streets "read a scientific paper before the staff at the monthly meeting at Trick Memorial Hospital - in Mount - Pleasant on Wcdnesday-at noonjx Missionary Society Entertained. Mrs. Edward Albig and Mrs. Small were assistant hostesses with Mrs. M. M. Allbcck on Wednesday evening when she entertained the Women's Missionary Society of St Paul's Lu- t'ueran Church-at her home in Mulberry- street. - Mrs. I. W. Henderson was- leader of the prdgram that proceeded the' social hour. _ To .Entertain Club. · Mrs. J. R. Smith will be hostess .to the members'"Of the-Saturday Afternoon Club at her home Saturday afternoon. .The roll call 'at the meeting will -be answered by the favorite poems of members. Officers Installed. - . Installation of officers took up the greater part_of the evening on Tuesday at the monthly meeting of "the Scottdale Volunteer- Fire Department. -_Z7-- - ·_ -"'- · Officers installed" included: - "- Presidcntr-John- Huth; vice-president, Waide. Weaver; secretary, Earl Sturtz; treasurer, C. J. Loucks; ehief, H. L. Bcegle; assistant chiefs.-Albert Reynolds and Ben Clarkson; relief directors, Albert Reynolds, George Hoffer, Ed Rolllnson, Robert Hill, William Laughrey and Cecil Loucks. The relief officers are the same as those of the fire department. . Plan Boy Scout Week. District No. 6, Boy Scouts of America, including Scottdale and the immediate vicinity, will observe Scout Week from February 6 to 13. Plans are being made for all Scouts to attend their respective churches on February 6. On February 8 every Boy Scout will re-dedicate himself to scouting ideals. The place for Scottdalc's ceremony has not been designated. On Saturday afternoon, February 12, safety demonstrations will be given, the place to be decided upon later. Condition Reported "Fair." The condition of George Graham of West Pittsburgh street, who is a patient at Frick Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant, was fair on Wednesday. He has been critically ill. · - ·'. Revival Draws Crowds. There has been good attendance each"~evening'at the" Evangelical Cfiurch where" revival meetings arc in progracss. Hcv. G. A. Marks is in charge. This Crochet Will Be an Heirloom /Illouseholil Arts by Alice Brook- Western Pennsylvania Volunteers Will Be Invited Back. FIREMEN BUY NEW AMBULANCE An Original AJice Brooks Design - - PATTERN 5695_. Future generations will point with pride to your handiwork and in the meantime you'll enjoy the making o£ these stunning filet crochet companion squares as much as you'll 'enjoy the beauty of the finished piece, be i! spread, scarf, cloth or pillow. In string each square measures 10 inches anc in finer cotton 6V4 inches. Exceptionally easy and pleasant to make. In pattern 5695 you will find instructions and charts for making the squares shown and for joining them to make various articles; material requirements illustration o£ the souares and of all stitches used. To obtain" this pattern send 10 cents in stamps or coin (coin preferred; to The Courier Household Arts Dcpt., 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER Everson EVERSON, Jan. 20.--Miss Katha- lecn ·Mulroy.'of Grcensburg spent Saturday with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Mulray of Jones street. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Earnesty were in Connellsville on Saturday. ".. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Whaley and daughter, Miss Evelyn, spent Friday evening at Connellsville State Hospital with the former's daughter, Miss Marie, a patient there convalescing after an operation. " "Among the recent visitors to Un- Jontown were Andrew Glevlcki Alexander Dayoob, Alexander Bolos- kl,~Thomas"Byrne,. Oliver Shannon " Robert Sherrick was a recent business visitor to Connellsville. Mr..and Mrs. Russell Murray anc daughters^ of Connellsville vlsltec with the'latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brodigan, ol Brown street. ..DAY IN WASHINGTON BYDAVID LAWRENCE Continued from Pago Four, in businesses where competition is keen and selling skill is an important factor.-- ~- -; To say, for instance, that _thc auto industry should not have-sold as many cars in a given year as it did s but another way of claiming that demand and selling skill should-be or can be controlled. It wasn't controlled in 1936 when the soldier xmus was distributed. · It .will not be.controllcd in other-years for other reasons not now foreseen. , The Administration will never make mut.'i progress on its "planned production" scheme by trying to regulate" the terms ~of sale or the salesman's commissions. These should be as high as possible to encourage incentive. If the American people arc unable to refrain from buying something they cannot afford, if they would prefer nn automobile to a life Insurance, policy, or fancy wearing apparel to anything else, surely "no" system short of a regimented commonwealth can control or'limit human desires. What President Roosevelt is alm- ng ut is regularized production. He is tackling all phases, doubtless on the theory that industries themselves will find some plan for adjustment and better balance. For the moment, however, the Administration is interested in regularizing production largely to bring about a higher an- jiual income to workers. Prouction, on the other hand, Is impeded whenever any factor is introduced such as high taxation, higher than necessary labor costs, or undue increases f .n the cost of raw materials. The Administration is studying plans to keep do\vn the pricr.s of raw materials like steel, which, of course is a big Ingredient of automobile costs. To accomplish an equilibrium it is the belief of some government advisers that a coiling or maximum must be put on raw material prices If control is to come, it will have much more widespread effects in getting production lined up evenly than would any plan to fix the terms of siU;ng. The making of easy terms is an incentive-to marketing certain types of_products. Also the-government itself has believed so much in the theory of installment selling, for instancerthatr it has. adopted a plar for housing-which involves ten_1o 2( years for repayments and allows nn individual to buy and'bulld a house with as little as 10 per cent down payment. If high pressure selling Is a national crime, then the gullibility of the public is something that needs correction, too,.and.that is a pretty big order to "put into-effect in a nation of 50,000,000 families. Divorce TJncontcstcd. PITTSBURGH,- 'Jan.' 20. --"Mrs Grace Towley Mellon was grantet onTuncontcstcd divorce from William Larimer Mellon, Jr.," scion of the Mellon "family." Judge Joseph A Richardson, "in "common pleas court s -signed "the"divorce decree for tin pretty 26-year-old wife of Mellon who is a grandnephew of the late Andrew W. Mellon." The newest to strike the communi y is the soap racket. Although not as profitable as sonv of the others that have been worked t has been pulled nevertheless. A man waits until the housewif departs and then knocks on the doo and tells the maid or man of th house that he had seen Mrs. . . . anc she had ordered some soap for whicl ic is to collect. THE ITCH Prevalent In This Section. Go to Oarkc'fi ru£ Store and get a bottto of Gatca Sanative Lotion. Guaran teed to stop the embarrassment and dls comfort ot ITCH. 60. largo bottle.--Ad vcrtlscmcnt. Will Probated. GREENSBURG, Jan. 20.--Tho wil of Joseph Katonka, late of Unity township, was probate'd hcre."-Thi estate is valued "at $800'with Mary Katonka as executrix and soli legatee. Latest Racket SlipperyOne; ~ Is About Soap Prizes for Twenty-Three Women at Cooking Schoo - Continued from Page Five. Shal, South Connellsville. Chestnut burrs nnd O'Brien pota toes, Mrs. J. P. Harper, Uniontown road. , Basket of groceries, Mrs. Andre Shal, South Connellsville. Broccoli and butterscotch pudding Mrs. Ada Brill, city. Basket of groceries, Mrs. Georg Kerr, South Connellsville. Fresh vegetable salad, Mrs. Ann Hudock, city. Basket of groceries, Mrs. Glady Wandcl, city. Pork chops and apples and swcc potato puds, Mrs. W. F. Pockstalle city. Electric toaster, donated by We: Pcnn Power Company, Mrs. Jaco Rabat in, city. Basckt of groceries, Mrs. Harol Miller, city. Electric waffle iron, donated by | the Service Radio Electric Company, Mrs. Frank Riggor, city. The baskets of groceries were donated by Fayette Baking Company, Farmers' Co-operative Dairy Association, Kellogg Company and Pillsbury Flour Mills Company. The second session was held this morning and the final class will be conducted Friday forenoon. V\T. PLEASANT TO SEEK 1940 FIRE SESSION Special to Tho Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 20, t the Tuesday evening meeting of tie Mount Pleasant Volunteer Fire Jepartmtnt steps were taken to get he 1940 Western Pennsylvania Firemen's Arsociation convention. The department purchased an am- mlance that will have various uses n the department. New officers were installed. They arc: President, Frank Olinger; first ice-president, Amos Pfcifer; second ·ice-president, John Cooper; third 'ice-president, William Randolph; rcasurcr, Roy Crosby; secretary, R. C. Bingaman; assistant secretary, Henry Lentz; chief, Chester Lentz; assistant chief, Ralph Meredith; elcc- rician, Harry F. Swartz; chaplain, Jcv. E. G. Sawyer; surgeon. Dr. M i 1 . McCloy; house committee, Harry Swartz, John Benedict and Robert JEtzc. Declines Pastoral Call. Rev. Perry Smith of Southwest Harbor, Me., who was called as pastor to the First "Reformid" Church and the St. John's "Reformed" charge ias declined the call, having accepted previous call to Lcwisburg. Parkins Prohibited. Burgess Arthur Gcarhart has forbidden parking on Mullin avenue from Main street to Smithfield strec inasmuch as the street is so narrow it is impossible to drive through will cars paiked on it. Wrestling 1 on January 27. Ramsay High Schools wrestling team will be at home for its nex exhibition on January 27 when i meets Sewickley township at the Ramsay gym. There will be fiv boxing bouts as a preliminary. Th opening one is scheduled for 7:3C o'clock. DAWSON, Jan. '20.--The Intcr- cdiatc Epworth League meeting as led by Emily Bcatty. Follow- g prayers by Frances Keller and mmie Turney, the Scripture lesson as read by Rocnna Stickel. Talks n the topic, "Missions," were given y Polly Beatty, Ncwana Stickel, arbara Sohonagc and David Hus- and. The Standard Bearcis of the hilip G. Cochran Memorial Metho- ist Episcopal Church met Friday vcning with 17 members present, oil call was answered by New 'ear's resolutions. The president, Mrs. Lawrence Vinklcr, had charfirt of a short usiness session. The next meeting ill be at the home of Miss Sarah [usband. Roll call will be on Famous People" whose birthdays re in February. After the meeting ic members attended the revival crvice of the church. Ben Husband, Betty Bauer, Mary Lois Wood and Vivian Yvonne'Col- 'ns attended the Youth Council of ic McKeesport District Epworlh .eaguc Saturday at the Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church of Un- ontown. Godfrey Haas of Lelsenring, Miss Cathryn Collins and Dr. and Mrs. '. R. Cottom were Uniontown callers iaturday. Miss Hannah Townsend of Wash- ngton spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Elmer Kuhn of Rail- oad street. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Porter of Un- ontown were Sunday guests of Al- «rt Van Horn of Laughlin street. Juniata JUNIATA, Jan. 20.--Mr. and Mrs Joseph Ccrkovich and children o Allison spent Sunday with Mr. an Mrs. Anthony Balaban of Kim Grove Mrs. John Korchanjak of Elm Grove was' calling on friends at Un iontown Monday. Mr. and-Mrs. Rudy Menart wen Connellsville callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sosnak anc children of Richeyvillc visited wit Mrs. Sosnak's parent*, Mr. and Mrs John Marsinck, last Sunday. Mrs. Anthony Balaban and daugh tcr, Kay, -visited Annette Balaban o Uniontown Sunday. Andrew Marsinck was a Connclls ville caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Fikc an Last Riles for Sirs. Watson. The funeral service for Mrs. Anna Watson, wife of Albert G. Watson wqs' held Monday afternoon at the home, 1015 Sycamore street. George R. Krupp, pastor of Rev. First United Presbyterian Church, and Rev. F. A. Myers, pastor of Church of Brethren, officiated. Pallbearers were _ Raymond Knight, Jacob Younkin, Raymond Hunter, Ira Whlpkcy, C. E. Lcasurc and George Duncil. Interment was in Hill Grove Cemetery. SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment OfUn Bring* H«ppy Relief Mfcny Bulfrren teller* otccfox tMek*ch» quickly, one* thtjr dUcorer *t the ml CUA* of their troubla jn*y b« tired Jridoej*. The kiJneys nre Ktture'i chief wmy of UHnj th* eicew »cid* and wiuiU out of lh« blood. Moat praple pua ftbout 3 pint* n day or nbout 3 POUDU* of wutc. 3-rrquent or eamty pjuuc" with «n*rtfac «xl burning »ho*B there m»y b* aororthlni wron£ with your kldne« or bUdder. An rxctra of »cldj or poison* In your blood. ting up U(hU, KweltiDC, puifuMM under t Won't «»!(! Ajjc your dnitciil for Oou* il!*, u««i guecfMtulTy lv millions 1« ·"' ivobmn or over 40 Tl "y fit" '"PP? "1"' »""i »U1 bdp tb« n of kldn'nr tut*a fitub cub coboaou* rcm year blow). Grt £ean'» Mb. Come to F O X ' S when you need: Wall Papcn Faints Enamels Varnishes Brushes Window Gluts Plate Glas» Picture Frames Display Cards Slfn Painter Brushes Gold Leaf Silver t*af Parchment Butter Paper Drop Cloths ladder* Paper Ilanecr Tooli Cellophane in rolls Vltrophane In rolls Wall Paper Cleaners Paint Cleaners Wall Paper Removers Electric Floor Sanders Electric Floor Waxors .. . and dozens or other Items that you need -nlion yon p a p e r , paint and renovate. FOX'S IVnII I'npcr -- Gluss -linens 1'alntii. 1'liono 341. 122 SonUi FKfsbiirK Street -by- Tiaivronce Galley, Hillcrest, ConnollsvJllc Tue TRooai.e WITH THIS CoOMTRV.LOiDieS AMD GEMTLEf-lSM, IS EXTRAVAGANCE ·DID EVE WEAR 61 UK ST6C.KHS6S? HO/ DID HERO HAVE A «o»DIO? f^tO/ Dlt PAUU REVERE LOOK/THGRB EXAMPLE OF V\MAT is WORLD'S COMlM 1 To/LOOK AT THAT LUXURIOUS CAR/ WHY. IT PRoeA6cy COST THAT FEU- MORE THAN AW.TORH YOURSELF IM Po« A ME\A/MODEL/ THIS IS A USED CAI « GOUWT FOR A SOH AT rrne PAYMENTS SMALL, i UON'T EVEH MISS 'THE MOHEY/ You will enjoy driving--and owning--auy one of our used cars. Every one has been reconditioned bv expert mechanics. Every one acts and looks like new. See our line-up today. 1934 Plymouth Coupe 1935 Plymouth Sedan 1933 Plymouth Sedan 1933 Plymouth Coach 1932 Plymouth Coacli 1934 Dodge Coupe 1936 Chrysler Sedan 1936 Chrylcr Airflow 1935 Chrysler Sedan 1937 Chrysler Sedan 1931 Chrysler Sedan 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Ford Tudor Scdnn 1931 Ford Fordor Sedan 1930 Ford Tudor Sudan 1931 Tcrraplanc Coupe News of Tri-Town Community Champion Typist Demonstrates At Franklin College Students of the Franklin Business College were entertained Wednesday afternoon by' Chester Soucek, world's ·natcur champion typist, who gave a demonstration on bpced and accuracy. Mr. Soucek, a native of Coraopolis, now located at New York City, first won iccognization when he won the world's school championship, establishing a record of 81 words per minute after only one year of instruction. This was followed by the winning of the woild's amateur championship with a record of 118 words per minute. j In the 1937 international typewriting contest held at Toronto, Canada, his official record was 134 words per minute for one hour. In this contest he was acclaimed the world's accuracy champion, having had the fewest errors in the hour class. He struck 41,485 keys, faultily striking on, Robert, of Trotter were Sunday ·isitors at the home of Mrs. Malissa ilutthews. only 23, for an accuracy rating of 99.4 per cent. He told the class that once the fingers became trained to know the key boatd uiey would icproduce instantly the fcopy followed by the eye thereby allowing the typist to participate in a conversation on an altogether different subject and thus accomplish two things at the same time, He proved his point by typing over 100 words in a minute without an error and answering questions about himself put to him by different members of the class. Mr. Soucek was accompanied here G. A. Olsen of Washington, sales agent for the Underwood-EUiotl- Fishcr Company, and T. S. Christ, of Uniontown, service representative for the same company. For Every Memorable Occasion FLOWERS Birthdays . . . . Weddings . . . Anniversaries . . . Deaths ... no matter what the occasion, you'll find that flowers speak a universal language. Oglevee Sons F10U1STS Cut Flowers Designs 113 Sonfh Pittsburg Street ·Phone 42-t. Former $1.98 to $2.49 Values NOW High Heels Ail Sizes Shoes of every type and description. All this season's styles in suedes, kids and combinations. - BROWN - BLACK - BLUE - GREEN Women's Sport Oxfords Uinck or Bron n Si .49 Suedes or smooth leathers. Sires 3 to SI. Men's Arctics Si .98 Children's Hi-Shoes Black, White and Brown. Heavy composition solos. Men's Work Rubbers For Perfect Protection SI .00 Heavy red soles that -near. Same In boys' sizes also. Work Shoes nnd Hoys Hojny Composition Soles Men's Work Shoes Black or Tan Itublier or clouted heols Women's Arch Shoes Plain or Fancy Kid uppers. I/pnther heels. Boys' Dress Oxfords Black Only Sizes to 6, Good-looking uppers. Heavy wearing soles. Women's Galoshes ISluck or Brown Women's House Shoes leather soles. Soft tippers, loiv heels. Men's Dress Shoes Black or Brown Rroail or narrow toes. Regular or Iniilt-ui) heolb. Men's Police Shoes For Dross or TVork/j Heavy composition Built-in steel arch. soles. Women's House Slippers 29c pr. IWlNNfl SHOE MARKET Women's Silk Hose

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