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February 2, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNE3LLSVILLB, PA. PAGE THREE. HEAD OF NEW FIRM CONFERS AT SCOTTDALE Manufacturing C o m- pany May Move There In 1 Short Time. TO BEGIN WORK OF REMODELING C H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY Tlan Sprinpr Wardrobe. | The students in. Miss Frances | Karr's clothing clasps are planning I spring wardrobes, considering har- j momzing colors and] serviceable ma- ' terials. The wardrobes will consist | of both ready-made apparel and that to be made. Each student is to select an item to sew from this wardrobe for a project. and John Sansor.e, treasurer. The program committee was appointed. It includes Jean Sullivan, chairman, Earl Ringler, W i n n i e McCairns, Melvin De-Bolt and Mid Grist. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 2.--B. E. Uptegraff of the R. E. Uptegraff Manufacturing Company o£ Pittsburgh, was here Wednesday conferring with the Scottdale Community Civic and Industrial Association, concerning the moving of its transformer plant to this town. It is thought that wi'.hin the next few days repairs will be begun on the Scottdale plant of the Carnegie- Illinois Steel Company being deeded to the Civic Association, which will house the new industry. Smoke, But No Fire. The Scottdale Fire Department was called to the corner of Loucks avenue and Isroadway yesterday when smoke was seen issuing from the garage of Joe Falbo. Upon arrival it was learned that he was smoking saxisage. Missionary Society Meets. Mrs. J. W. Withcrspoon had charge of the devotions at the regular meet- ins of the First Presbyterian Missionary Society, held Wednesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Howard C. Frank read an interesting paper on "Missionaries Supported by the Redstone Presbytery." This was followed by a social hour with Mrs. Charles Shaner as chairman of the social commitee. Recovers From Injuries. Rev. J. W. Witherspoon,' who was injured in an automobile accident last week, is slowly recovering at his home in Loucks avenue. Annual Service. The Wednesday afternoon meeting of tho United Brethren Missionary Society was the annual thank offering service, with the theme of the afternoon being "Our Prayer With Thanksgiving." Mrs. Leslie Stoner ·was leader. Mrs. M. M. Snyder made Latin Contest Ends. ' The eighth grade students studying I Latin, instructed by Miss Edith Floto, ! held a contest for conduct and class- I work with Sally Marchel and Lorelta Colborn as captains of the teams. The winning team scored 125 point? and the losers 112. The latter treated the winners to ice cream. Candy Bar Prizes. Jeff Porterfield, Arnold Riser and Esther Hough were awarded the prizes in Senior Homeroom 23 for games played. Miss Irrna Fishbach had charge of the period. Talks in Sports Club. Two interesting talks were given in Sports Club, entitled "At Thee I Swing," concerning lacrosse and the other, "Head Master Broadcaster," pertaining to Bill Slater, sports announcer. William E. Doide is sponsor. Interesting Projects. Miss Grace Adams' Indiancraft Club is working on interesting projects such as reed sandwich baskets and making attractive designs by weaving on a loom. Tht Stage Inspected. Senior Dramatic Club visited the stage in the auditorium during club period and inspected all phases of the "scenes behind the scene." The scenery, lights and numerous other phases were pointed out and explained to the group by the sponsor, Miss Dorothy Mathias. Mary Carroll in Charge. Crazy games were played in Junior Homeroom 2 in charge of Mary Carroll. Remuneration of Jobs, John F. Lewis' Senior Homeroom 4Q-A hold a varied discussion on the subject, "Remuneration of Jobs." Tall Stories. Charles Rou-e conducted a tall story program in Miss Loretta Galiardi's Junior Homeroom. .1UNIOK HIGH NEWS Prints are being studied by the students in Miss Frances Karr's clothing classes, such as q u a l i t y ot material, harmonizing colors and the like. WPA SEWING PROJECT HAS NEW QUARTERS Forced to Leave School B u i l d i n g When It Is Leased. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST SHIVERS WHEN HE SEES FIRST SNOW AFTER 19 YEARS Mine Injuries Fatal. GREENSBUHG, Feb. 2. -- Marion Doplvosky, 32, ot Jeannette, died Tuesday :n Westmoreland Hospital 10 minutes utter being admitted with injuries received while at work in "VVAYNESBURG, Pa., Feb. 2.-- i the Tomajko Coal Company mine at Daniel Williams shivered here today., Adamsburg. ; , . in his first morning after--a snow t fall. Williams, a native of Clarksville, Greene county, saw snow yes- , terday for the' first time in 19 years. | Operator o£ a tomato farm in , Florida, Williams, who vacations at Clarksville, was called north on business just as a cold wave blanketed the countryside with snow. j "It looks just like it did when I was a kid," Williams remarked. Wins Divorce Decree. UNIONTOWrC, Feb. 2.--Katherine Lancy, 28, ! of Collier, was granted a divorce from Joseph Lancy, 29, address unknown, whom she chargpd with clekertion shortly alter their child was born. They were married here June 21, 1032. Special to The I Courier. j Embezzlement Charged. MOUNT PLEASANV, Feb. 2.-The UNIONTOWN, -Feb. 2.-Charged WPA sewing iroject was moved with embezzlement of $30 from the Wednesday from the Church street I Palmer Local, United Mine Workers school building, to the second floor ' of America, of which ho is secretary, of the Town Hall Association build- i Alex Dorsey, 35, colored, of Palmer, ins in Main street. ; was sent to the county jail after a The sewir.g project was first lo- hearing before a Masontown justice cated in the Junior High School until ] of the peace, it was necessary to move to make room for the grades to be housed in tne building. Seven seventh grade students have been selected to assist the staff of the Scoopcr. They are Jean Lashinsky, Jack Scnor, Marian Miller, Sam Bcchtci, Bob Dunston, Jean Leighty and James Ball. Miss Mae Zimmerman's Nature Study Club h.is been studying deserts. Members have read books pertaining to people, plants and animals that live on the desert. Silhouette Pictures Taken. The Camera Ciub members have their hands full taking pictures for j the senior edition of The Coker. The i Spelling contests have been held entire club period was spent t a k i n g ' by the Junior Girl Reserves in charge ; of Miss Eleanor Bane. Dorothy Swink . was winner in seventh, grade and · Myrtle Webster in the eighth. At that time it was moved to the Church street building and was in operation there until the building was leased to the Turnpike Commission, when it became necessary to again move. 1 Miss JuEin Crawford is in charge of the local project. I Unable to Appear, I Knvl S. Bolar.der, r.oted artist, \ designer and art instructor of Colum| bus, Ohio, who was to have addressed ' Ramsay High students at an assembly at 9:10 o'clock Wednesday morning was unable to DC present. He is quite ill. To Address Rotarians. A. K. "Rosy" Rowswcll of Pittsburgh will address the Rotarians at tile regular weekly dinner meeting silhouettes for the book. Play Announced. "Little Gcraldine" is the title of the annual sophomore class play to be coached by Miss Gladys Phillips. The play is a three-act comedy. Frcsliman Tryouts Friday. Freshman tryouts for girls' basketball are scheduled for Friday, Febru- the prayer o£ Thanksgiving and also ' ary 10, at 3:05 o'clock at the gym. the consecration prayer. 1 Miss Lillian Solomon sang "Blessings," and Mrs. Elmer Weaver, assisted by members of the society, presented a playlet, "The Thank- pfiering Speaks." / Mrs. Sherman Stoner gave a paper on "Glimpses on India's Untouchables." In the wider relations discussion, Mrs. W. F. Stoner talked on "Rac'J delations." . At the close of the program there .was a social hour with the hostesses ;and aides being Miss Ella King, Mrs. ."J. G. Darling, Mrs. John Ridgway, 'Mrs. A. R. Loucks, Mrs. R. R. Graft, Mrs. Jean Schreccngost, Mrs. Nancy "Mcrritt, Mrs. T. N. Brownfield and Mrs. J. E. Fisher. : Transferred to Ohio. E. H. Camlin, who has been in 'charge of the Scottdale works of the .'Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation · for tho past few years, has been or- '-dered to report for work next Monday at the corporation's Guernsey ·Works at Cambridge, Ohio, where he will be employed as work's auditor. Catechetical Class. ·· The catechetical class o£ Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church held its regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening at the church. Much interest is being shown by the present class. Summii Hotel Damage Suit Verdicf Upheld PITTSBURGH, Feb. 2.--A $15,000 verdict against the National Broadcasting Company for an allegedly slanderous remark that AI Jolson made concerning the Summit Hotel at Union town was sustained by three judges.' Judges W. H. DeUhrich, John J. Kennedy and Thomas Crichton, sitting in common pleas court, upheld a verdict returned last October in which a jury found the broadcasting company responsible for the utterances of its entertainers. The derogatory remark attributed to Jolson was made more than three years ago during an interview with Sam Parks, former National open golf champion, who was then golf professional at the Summit Hotel. Counsel for the radio network have indicated they will appeal the case to the State Supreme Court, Believed the first case of its kind in the Nation, the suit originally asked $100,000 damages. Round-table Discussion. The Football Club, under the leadership of Bob Hooper and John Barbor, held a round-table discussion pertaining to punch drunk fighters, and football in Pop Warner's time and today. Arthur H. RufT is spon- Miss Company Manners? Martha Horky's Etiquette CJub held a lengthy discussion pertaining to manners in company of parents, elders, boy and girl friends. European Situation Discussed. Junior Homeroom 11-B held an interesting round table discus.sion on current events, dwelling mostly on the European situation. In order to be eligible to go out for Junior High basketball the boys have to pass five tests. The class periods are spent working on the tests which include foul shooting, pnsMng, dribbling, pivoting, dnbble- in shots, etc. Business Planning Needed. WASHINGTON, Fob. 2.--American. Fcdeiation o£ Labor's monthly survey of bus' ness suggested that some means of national planning for industry be set up to forestall another depression in 1940. Hidden Insurance T:ix, WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. -- The Chamber of Commerce of the United States said th;it insurar.LC: companies pnid 3303,281,169 in spoc::il s'.at. levies in 1937. Calling this a "hidden tax" on 65,000,000 poHcyholders, the chamber said the levies "inrvitnbly result in increased premiums." in the National Hotel next Tuesday j hart, evening. Lndicb' night will be ob- , served at tin's meeting. | Relief Bo.ird Ses.smn. j A relief bourd meeting of the! Mount Pleaspnt Volunteer Fire Do- j partment will be held at 7 o'clock f this evening in the firemen's rooms. "Runaway" Auto. An automobile belonging to "Rud" j Heller, who was attending a matinee i a 1 , the Grand Theatre Wednesday · n f t e i n o o n , in some manniT started down T^T.nn street nt Church slit t t , striking H c,ir parked in f r o n t of "The Hub." Birth Announced. Mr. rmd Mr.. Emtron Frye of H u n k e r jmmuinct'c; tho b i r t h of a son j nt Frick MUITIOS Kil Ho.-piUil V.'cine.s- day mtjrr.mp. Fnrcnt-Tcncher Meeting. A group of seventh nnd eighth grade .student* will Mng nt the P:i rent-Teacher Associiitmn meeting, to be held at R.-imsay H;qh School auditorium this evening. Rev. Alculn Tasch, a member ot the faculty of St. Vincent's College, will be the speaker. Emergency Operation. Mrs. Hurry Porch of College avenue underwent an emergency operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Tuesday night. Personal. Hev. J. L. Updegraph. former pastor of the Church of God here, visited Wednesday w;th his son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. V. O. Barn- LEG PAINS MAY Of Tired Kidneys , tn o chief "n about 3 pint . * d*y at mil«t of ' irt t h - 1-ly J ^ ''i«- p u e t n i t n . s i n p u * !'«'·**·-]!'··». r'-finraiio ( . i n n , 1"C tiftii.fl. lott ol !)«·[! »Tl enr.-o. sfili-n; up n.^Ltc. mr.lint;. Games and Radio Enjoyed. Raymond Solomon had charge ot the program of Senior Homeroom 3, sponsored by Miss Elvada Marshall. Questionnaires were held, one pertaining to states, conducted byThelma Wiggins; another pertaining to automobiles by Jane Williams, and one pertaining to actresses by Elizabeth Mauser. Lila Schroyer conducted a sports contest between Junior Younkin and Margaret Staines with the former winning. The remainder of the period was in charge ol Lawrence Soisson who tuned In programs on his radio. Room 10 Officers. Frank McClure was elected president of Senior Homeroom 10. Other officers are Jean Sullivan, vice-president; Roberta Spanglcr, secretary, DOVT SLEEP WHEN" GAS 1'KESSES HEART If you can't cat or sleep because sas bloats you up try Adlerika. One dose usually relieves, stomach gas pressing on heart. AcUcnka cleans out BOTH upper end lower bowel*,. Union Drug Company, Burns Drug Company.--Advertisement. Valentine Day- February 14th Dies at Cairnbrook. SOMERSET, Feb. 2.--Mrs. Helen Baker. 55, died Sunday at her lioroc at Cairnbrook. She leaves her husband, Paul, and Jour children. Say It With FLOWERS from OGLEVEE SONS JKLOKISTS Cut Jb'ln\ers Designs ll.'t So. Pah St. Tlidiie 424 Just Received J New 1939 Westznghouse ESectric Ranges The Complete Lane Now On Display! Don't Delay--See Them Today!--At 121 West Applr Sircct Phone 2107 'onne!lsville, SPECIAL! PiG HOG FEED $1.60 Better Feed At Lower Prices! Scratch SI.50 lfi% Dairy $I.-JO B. Middlings Bran $1.40 $1.35 Special 1'rices on Hoofing, Roof Cement Roof Paint KEYSTONE FEED STORES Phone Connellsville, 107--Uniontoivn, 70. We Deliver at Slight Additional .Charge. THE HOST CiMPlETE FOOB ST8M6E FACILITIES EVER OFFERED! Features include eKtra-l«rgo HUMIDRAWER for fruits and vegetables . . . new and bigger MEAT-KEEPER . . . new, sliding ADJUSTO- SHELVES . . . feat SUPER FREEJSER, with EJECT-O-CUBE Trays and eitrA space for frozen storage . . .ja/i/s the sensational new TRUE- TSMP Cold Control, Insuring: steady temperatures for all your foods regardless of fluctuating room temperatures. The thrifty Weatinghouse ECONOMIZER Mechniam, assures ample cold . . . ot extra-low coeta. Better ace this wonder refrigerator, todayl Ifs the "Pacemaker^ for '39. L 8 Q X A T T H E S E TRUE-TEMP C O L D C O K T R O L . Simply dial 40° . . . and you get forty cfo£raos. Stabilises cold for bctt*r food protection. S E N S A T 1 8 H - A L I M P R O V E M E K T S ! N E W M E A T - K E E P E E Better than ever . . . 50% larger! Covered.. .. vented ... slides out like a drawer. --ALSO- Limited Quantity Of New 1938 At Greatly Reduced Prices! DON'T DELAY--GET YOURS TODAY! J - l We»f Apiile Street P h o n e i!l!)7. Connellsville, Jfa. THE IVJESTIXGHOUSE APPLIANCE STORE. MARK-DOWNS ON ALL WINTER SHOES To $2.49 and $2.98 VaSwes ® Pumps ©Straps ©Ties @ Oxfords ]irii\vns -- Hlnclcs -- Grcpiib -- Patents -- Suedes -- Kids-Combinations -- All Sizes! OXFORDS For (iirls $1 .47 "WEDGES" For Girls Sizes Leather of C'repe Solos All Many Colors Suedes or Smooth Leathers. 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