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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 6, 1939
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE THREE. PECHIN SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RECORDS SHOW HIGH I MARKS Weimer, and soloists, Do]]y Helms and Eleanor Sanner. Special to The Courier. DUNBAR, Feb. 6.--George Moyer, principal of Pechin schools, announces the following attendance records for January: Grade /one, 86 per cent, Tomaro. Patty Ann Baker, Golden, Jane Hardy and Manges. Grade two, 86 per cent, Crocetti, James Leonard, Ralph Jo arm Betty Angelo James C. H. S. News Of The Day Nicklow, Johnny Pancella, Wilemma .. Fordyce, · Elain Hardy, Wanda Rea J Leapline and Joan Moyer. Grade three, 90 per cent, Billy Fordyce, Elzie Manges, Henry Bryner, Theressa Crocetti, Thelma Cole, Ada Pearl Golden and Deloris Golden. Grade four, Amedio Crocetti, Glenn Hardy, Glenn Leapline, William Martin, Daniel Nicklow, Beverley Daugherty, Betty Fordyce, Marian Frick, Shirley Moyer and Mary Nativio. Grade five, Julia Kelly Lois Martin, Rosemary Miller, Gertrude Moyer, Valetta Theis, Jack Beal, Harold Bungard, Nicholas Frick, Edward Hagner, James Martin, George Martin and Leroy Theis. Grade'six, 92 per cent, Jack McGarrity, Francise Piccione, Carmella Cope, Virginia Crocetti, Jean Golden, Doris Hardy, Pearl Marin, Betty J. Martin, Viola Nativio and Ann Slero. Grade seven, 84 per cent, Jerry Manges, Charles Miller, Audrey Hardy, Ella Mae Hardy and Sara Elizabeth Hardy. Grade eight, 92 per cent, Lee Ainsley, James Martin, John Tomaro, Marjorie Gray, Ruth Miller, Lois Rankin and Clara Tomaro. Action Club to Meet. Athletic unit ol the Catholic Action Club will meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the church hall. A good attendance is desired. Novena devotions to Our Lady of Perpetual Help will be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in the church, followed by a meeting of the Catholic Action Club at 8 o'clock in the church hall. An invitation is extended to anyone who cares to attend. First Child Born. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mahan are parents of a baby girl born Friday evening at Connellsv-ille State Hospital. The little miss is the first child in the family. Mr. Mahan, better known to his friends as "Eddie," is director o£ the recreation center. Charles Mankins Buried. The funeral service for Charles Mankins was held Friday afternoon - 4 a t he Methodist Protestant Church with Rev. William Hamilton officiat- ·ing. Music was furnished by the · church choir and sang the following numbers: "Nearer, My God, to Thee," "Face to Face" apd "Rock of Ages." Pallbearers were John Wads. worth, James Rankin, Seneca Beal, Joseph Fisher, James Cassidy and President Elected. Pearl Cricco was elected president of the Collectors Club, sponsored by Miss Beulah Gilmore. Sophomore Skating Party. The sophomore clars is planning a skating party to be held at the Kill- crest rink from 4 to 6 o'clock Friday. Current Events Studied. Harold N. Dicm's Journalism classes arc studying current events concerning the European situation. Committees Announced. The committees for the Girl Reserve Valentine party to be held Saturday are announced as follows: Publicity, Marjorie Herd, chairman, Sally Minerd, Norma Elpern, Helen Martis, Barbara Moore, Jesse Prinkey, Rea Herd, Janet Burdette, Agnes Kane and Dorothy Miner; program, Winnie McCairns, chairman, Mercedes Mayo, Beverly Strawn, Helen Enany, Rosemary Hopkins, Mary Jane Russeil, Lida Engleka and Margaret Brownlee; music, Dorothy Osterwise, chairman, Mary 'Carroll, Jean Goe, Emma Jean Hay, Norma Grey, Roselyn Rulli, Jeanne Brooks, Norma Rothlisberger and Kathleen Barnes; social, Elinor KefCer, chairman, Vera Shetbondy, Virginia Humphrey, Mary Jane DeMuth, Jean Rabbins, Bayonne Dunkle, Marian Harris, Dorothy Barbor, Mcxine Morrison and Mary Louise Young. JUNIOR HIGH NEWS DII held an eighth grade skating party last week. The next issue of the Scooper will contain the honor roll of seventh and eighth grade averages of first semester. . Another'block of candy has been placed on! sale by the Scooper staff. One Light After Another. , DURANT, Oklo., Feb. 6.--Two highway! patrolmen, spotting an auto near here with only one headlight burning,! overhauled it and rcpro- manded the driver who scowled, took a look at the officer's car and whooped. Only one light was burning. Blushing, the officers sent the man on his way. Tweed Stafford Speaks. Tweed Stafford addressed the Fish and Game Club, sponsored by Charles Sisley. Mr. Stafford talked on taxidermy. He has been invited to return to the next meeting February 15. Popularity Contest in Room 40 Freshman Homeroom 40 . held a popularity contest with the following results: Noisiest, Stella Omatic, Fred Mullenex; best dressed, Lois Younkin, H o w a r d Weisgerber; quietest, Agnes Nebraska, B o b Small; most s t u d i o u s Martha Tissue, James Rush; most popular, Martha T i s s u e , Lester S t r i c k j e r ; best looking, Lois Younkin, Howard Weisgerber; prettiest hair, Martha Tissue and Barbara Reynolds, Howard Weisgerber; and most polite, Martha Tissue. Elvera Weaver .and Lester Strickler. . Invitations Clever. The invitations for the Girl Reserve Valentine party, to be held Saturday in the gym, are clever. A witty verse asking someone to attend the-party and not to break their heart is written on a scroll which is wrapped around a white arrow that pierces a miniature red heart. Have you heard who the King and Queen of Hearts are? They will attend the affair Saturday. Six Chicks Arrive. Six chicks have arrived from the several dozen eggs placed in an incubator in Room 34 under the watchful eye of Miss Irene Kline. The chicks are allowed to eat on a tray outside the incubator but are soon replaced for fear they might become chilled and die. The chicks are to be used for study in the zoology classes. on This Fine Duncan Phyfe 9-Pc. Suite--February Sale .50 KROEHLER Suite in 100% Mohair February Sale ^ aiti- V Medieval Church Studied. Miss Beulah Gilmore's sophomore General History classes are study- tog medieval churches. James Myers, the last named of Tunnelton, W. Va. | Chinese Checkers Played. Other. Items of Interes. Miss Frances Karr's homeroom Ora Hawk served on the jury in ; played Chinese checkers. Songs .-.Uniontown last week. ·- Charles Bryner,- a student at "Waynesburg, spent the week-end .with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Bryner. : Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Harvey and '.-daughter' of ' Fredericktown were ' 'visiting relatives and friends Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore and -'daughters, Sally and Emma Jean, of . Clarksville were week-end visiors at the home · of Mrs. Beatrice , Ryan. - Mrs, Edward Worsel was a Uniontown caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hawk of '.-Markleysburg visited the former's '-parents Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Milsom and daughter, Elma, and Paul and Russell Myers of Fairchance visited relatives Sunday. - Robert Ainsley was a Sunday visitor at the home of his broher, H. S. Ainsley, at Pechin. Mr. and Mrs. John Stannis (attended the funeral services for Mrs. Mary J. Adams at Cove Run Church Sunday. Mrs. Adams was a former resident here. were sung, by Lena Cupiraggi, Delia Anastacion, Rose Barr, Mary Conte and jokes were told by Joe Martis and Ruth Davis. To .Sponsor .Noon Dancing. The Student Council will sponsor noon-hour., dancing in the gymnasium. A committee was appointed to work out details for this project. Any student with suggestions are requested to drep them in the Coker box. Shorthand Students at Conference. Sixteen students of Harold N Diem's fourth year transcription and office -practice classes attendee the Teachers' joint conference and took down the addresses of the speakers. The students were: Vivian Beaumont, Margaret Carries, Nelda Conway, Effie Davis, Betty Fretts Madge Goldsboro, Lorraine Gregg Marie Haley, Wiima Dudock, Leonard Long, Eva Jean Rice, Eva Jean Miller, Rena Moore, Catherine Poli; and Martha Routzahn. Divorce Decree Refused. ' Contest in Room 1. GREENSBURG, Feb. 6.--Judge ! The results of the popularity con- Richard D. Laird refused a divorce | test in Room 1 were: Best looking, decree and ordered proceedings dis-| Alice Collins, Jack Dahl; largest missed in the case of Charles D. Ridle I feet, Dorothy Freeman, Jack Dahl; of North Huntingdon township I best dressed, Miss Mary Frances against Ella Ridle, overruling the | Kurtz, Carl Anstine, Jr.; most popu- recommendations of the master. The ! i ar , Mae Jean Herzberger, Jack libellant had charged his wife with cruelty and indignities but she contested the action \vith countercharges. They were married March 29, 1937, and separated September 26, 1938. Assails Power Plan. NEW YORK, Feb. 6.--Former President Herbert Hoover assailed the Administration's hydro-electric power program as wasteful and asserted that private electric utilities were the newest in series of "national demands set up by politicians to gain votes." To Sell 20,000 Properties. WASHINGTON, Pa., Feb. 6. -County Treasurer C. W. Tope is making preparations to soil between 20,000 and 25,000 properties in Washington county for delinquent taxes in April. Dahl; smartest, Kathleen Barnes, Carl An. ( tine, Jr.; most athletic, Bob Beard, Muriel Brooks; craziest, Jean McCoy, Park Glass; prettiest eyes, Muriel Brooks, Bob Beard; most personality, Mae and Jimmy Fox. Jean Herzberger Entertains Leaders' Club. The Junior Dramatic Club gave its version of "The Coontown Wedding." The characters: Robbie; bride, Parson, Henry Mc Ralph Chambers; groom, Richard Malcolm; maid of honor, Marguerite Sansone; bridesmaids, Julia Smarto, Margaret Shaffer; flower girls, Jane Collinson, Elizabeth Taylor: best man, Margaret Trump; ring bearer, Meredith Seese; two groomsmen, Helen Galik, Vivian Strawn: bride's mother, Marie Wilson; bride's father, Bayonne Dunkle; brother and sister, Jessie Prinkey, Doris Gray; groom's mother, Virginia * dcti en USE OUR DOUBLE-QUICK PERSONAL LOAN StRVICSl · Lightning-like speed hoe made fax- door ice hockey a popular eport. Speedy IOAN ACTION explain! lie popnlaribr d our conTonienl MONEY SERVICE. Quick loan, up to HOD without endorser*. Inquire tr*dayl 3M Second Floor PhafM 1-3-1-3 FURMTDKB AXD Natiouol Bank J*Mj[. Greeiuburg AUTOMOBILE IXXiNS "The charm of I S I h $ Century . . . at a low- price. 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