The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1939 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 8, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1939. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE THREE. MT. PLEASANT SCOUTSG1VEN PROMOTIONS! C. B. S. News Of 'The Day FORENSIC LEAGUE PLANS FOR STUDENT CONGRESS NEWS OF DAY AT CONFLUENCE Many Boys Advanced in I Rank; Three Become Eagle Scouts. THRONG ATTENDS COURT OF HONOR Hats Off to Stcfl. Robert Stefl, a member of the junior class, has been invited to be a member of the -.ll-state band. He is the first student of the school to ever receive such an honor. The National Forensic League, V/cstern Pennsylvania district, in which severals schools from this vi- c i n i t y are active, w i l l hold a High School Student Congress r at California Stale Teacher? College, March 10 and 11. mcnls nt C a l i f o r n i a Stale Teachers College. E. H. Patterson, Ccnterville, chairman; L. D. Schreiver, Charleroi; Lynne, Moncssen; L. P. Shatter, Ambvidgc, and Rov. Edward Cnnco, St. Vincent Prep, have been Mental Clinic Schedule. HAERISBURG, Feb. 8, -- A revised schedule tor jnental clinics at State institutions announced by Secretary of Welfare. A. Arthur Sweeny included: Torrunce State Hospital, every Wednesday; Greensburg third and MMtt , 1 " ' CONFLUENCE, Feb. 8.-Members | set, spent the last few days here. oi the Epworlh League ot the MnCFxed -MSr quart, who is ill at EpiKOpa. Church were | her home on West Side, is much 1m- hosts to members of brsma and | proved. w h j fourth Monday. Johnson Chapel leagues nt a rally j I Miss Mary Whitney and Mrs. held in the church auditorium Fri- ; poris Kinney, local teachers, spent and MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 8.--A ' record crowd attended the Court of | Honor held in Ramsay High School ; auditorium Tuesday evening. The; speaker was A. K. (Eosey) Rowswell! o£ Pittsburgh. j Assembly was called by Jack Sny- \ der and P. J. Rega, Jr.; the audience j sang "America"; Hev. E. G. Sawyer gave the invocation and tlie benedic- : tion; and the audience gave a flag ' salute. : Paul R. Newcomb, president of i District No. 7, presided, and H. G. ! Shradcr, Troop No. 2 committeeman ! gave a talk, as well as L. H. Shaw, · chairman of the Board of Review, ; who made ready lot- recognition of the Scouts of the community. Awards were made by Thomas Ewing, county Scout executive, to · the following boys: ; To second clas rank, Hecla, Joe Blanda, George Evancho, Joseph I Dramatic Club Oflicurs. T'.e Freshman Dramatic sponsored by Miss Eva Sapolsky, has i t u rc. Thc Semi elected thc following officers for thc | members elccleri ! Forensic league «|X)nsors, to make The event w i l l be conducted in ac- plans for t/-.e event by D. K. Shirey, cordancc with tlie parliamentary o [ Derry Township High School, who Club, | vu i cs followed by Hie State Legi?la- i s district chairman for the league. will have 1 two i · from the member- eccond semcslur: Pesident, Ruth j s n j p O f cac |, Nalionai Forensic League j Glassburn; vice-president, Catherine , Chapter. The House of Representa- j Candiloro; secretary, Theresa Guld- | ti VC5 will have members elected in enshuh, and treasurer, Dorcas Burkhardt. Sophomore Skatinff Parly. Mrs. Elsie Walton's Sophomore Homeroom 22 sponsored a sophomore | a nd 'Dr. Darrcl J. Mace, speech dircc- skating parly at Hillcrest Skating ; tor, will take care o£ the arrange- ·. proportion to chapter strength, one for each 10 member*. Governor Arthur H. James has been invited to open the Congress. Dr. Robert M. Stoclc, president. appointed a.4 a committee of National j by tlie large group who attended. A lunch was served. Mrs. B. F. Fortney III. Mrs. B. F. Fortney. is ill at her home near Confluence. She has been ailing for .several years but is now confined to her bed. is the mother of, both residents of this place. Miss Elisabeth Bower, a icachcr in Rink Thursday for the class, attended. Forty ; John Munson Honored. MERCERSBURG, Feb. 8.--John Isaac Munson, son uf Mrs. Fred D. Munson of 402 East Murphy avenue, Connellsville, has been appointed a member of the Los Copnins, the Frenhc club of the Mcrcersburg Academy, on the basis of high attainment in the classroom work and spec : 'il interest in the subject. Mrs. Fortney | day evening. Games were played j; inc w cek-end with their parents in Pittsburgh. I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mitchell and j son of Finlcyville, Md., spent the i week-end with the former's parents, j Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mitchell. j James Hyatt, who is stationed in j William and Irvin i tho ccc Cam P '" Bakersville, spent , the last few days with his parents, Mr. and '^rs. Dewey Hyatt. the Conncllsville region, was visiting i Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hershberger of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnstown visited John Calvin Bower, recently. i Younkin here on Sunday. , Mrs. Edna Burnworth. who was j Miss Reba Pore, a teacher in the ill at her home hist week, is much | Corjiellsville region, spent the week- ' improved. end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Boor, employed in Somer- I D. H. Pore. i WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wilt)out Calomel--And You'll Jump Out of Bed in [he Morning Ram/ fo Go. The liver should pour out two pounds ol liquid bile into your bowels daily. If.thia bile in not flowing freely, your food doesn't dis cat- It just decays in the bowels. Gas bloats up your stomach. \"bu jjct constipated. Your whole sj-Htem is poisoned and you fed uoiir, sunk and the world looks punk. A mere bowel movement doesn't Ret at the cause. It tn-kea those Brood, old Carter B Little Liver Pills to jrct these two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you feel "up and up." Hnrmiess. f-intie. ct amimnir in mnkinp bile flow fre'cly. Afik for Carter's Little TJvor PUb by name. Refuse nnythins rise. At all drug stores. 10£ and 25tf. Rehearse for Color Day. At* 3:05 o'clock Friday afternoon members of thc senior class will hold thc on]y x rehearsal for Senior Color Day, to be observed Thusdny, February 16. _ N H s omccrs Elcclcd . j .Frank Sccnn was elected president I o£ the Naliona i Honor Society at its! mccling T^^.. othcr omccrs are ; and | Grega Steve Grega, Edward Haren- | Jack willa[ . d vice . |)residcnt char, Joe Kadylak, Pete Kadylak, ! He]en Munsoll sccrcta ' n , Paul Kern, George Kraismger, George i _ * Lessick and John Trach; M o u n t ! Band Plays at Assembly. Pleasant, Charles Ba,r W.lham Con- nock, George Rath, rh ?' ?]^, e « _ Charles H.lland, Band Plays at _ . _ , _ i Under the direction of Bandmaster Cronm, Raymond Grc- , Richard H . Gingrich a program was Long, William Miller, j p resentcd in asscmbly by U)c b;md . It was thoroughly enjoyed by the thc number. The program was: "Military Escort," "II Guar- any." trumpet solo. "When You and ' Were Yoimg," Warren Elliott with ' nors, Daniel gor, William Robert Pikovsky, Kenneth Eiehner, Howard Hosteller, Mathew Mclndoe,; stut j e rrts csDocl-vllv Rocco Gaudeno, Frank Maida, Joseph Hetn^ndTu' nka. Miele, Anthony Rega, Robert Berg,. Theodore Cardis, Edwin Hull, Robert ; Myers, Robert Penn, Regis Quash- i Kenneth Rath, Norma Witt, ! Jack Hammaker, Eddie Bergman a n d i _ riri ^^ Edward Stairs; Norvolt, Eugene Alii- I Mirch " son, Edward Bankovich, Larry Burns, I " ' Joe Ccrkovinek, Edward Creig, Harry j pern at the piano: "\Ved- linic and Katrinka," "Rhapsody in Rhumba," "London Bridges," with "World Events | I l Du,l, Dean Frund, George Goulding. i check^rf '^ry ° ",udd y most positions of \ tKis past season we checked. "Shuddy played end. ,,-, -- -L.* .^.ibiiiu, i_j vut i-,i^ ^juuJUlii^, ( f^h*ap f irnr IM-I · John Grohal, Eugene Hegner. Billy ' McCoy o"°vcd lh Horrell, Dopald Hunter, Paul Hunter.! ^ Jootball sour Don Hutchison, Stuart Hyde, Bob ·Lowther, Chauhcey McKenna, Richard Morgan, Vincent Salonsky. Paul !rn h °th hl j' R W h ?K rd r, ShatrC K' ^"--UrVhc'^on ^^"""oT' "'o Smith Joe Wolk, Dan Kurts and. bench, "guarding" the water bucket John Sofranko. ;md nack led" thc problem of how lo To first .class rank Hecla, Joe hcc p warm in a "fullback" suit. How;Bland, George Evancho Joe Evancho, C vcr, Shuddy plays fine basketball. iJoseph Grega, Pete Kadylak, Paul Kern, Frank Kopkas, Joseph Susa, Steve Grega and John Trach; Mount Pleasant, William Gregor, Charles Long, Homer Miller, Richard Sled, ..Tames Brown, Ralph Fetters, Howard Hostetler, Howell McFarland, Amos Leonard, Robert Gaia, Rober Robert Whetsel, Robert Myers Wiat's \\1iat? i n the February 3 edi'tion of tlie Coker a line such" as, "It's difl-rent " "Watch for II." "It's E n t i r e l y '\ew'" etc., ends the columns, so be sure and see the next edition to find out vhat Berg, ! it j s all about? Slmer 1 . _ Speer, Edwin Hull and Clark White; \ Forciim Correspondents Norvelt, Alfred Deemcr, Billy Hot- I Students correspondinK with Gerrell, Don Hutchison, Stuart Hyde, j man students have received many Don Kotouch, William McKenna, j letters telling of their love for Hi!Paul Schaehte, William Smith and j ler. One correspondent stated. "All Edward Bankovich. i German people are I^azis and we all ~ To Star Stout rank: Hecla, Joe i love our dear leader. Hitler," in IP- Blanda, Joe Evancho, Paul Kem, j ply to the question, "What ii the at- Joseph Susa, George Evancho and titude of the German people toward Frank Kopas; Mount Pleasant, Homer | Hitler?" However, a letter from a Miller, James Brown, Ralph Hostel- j boy in Sweden said that thc Swedes ler, Benjamin King, Paul Newcomb, j v.-ould just have to say "quits" if Hit- .Tony. Grossi, Oran Allen, Harold j ler came in. He also stated that "you , King; Robert King, Harry Martin, in America must be t h a n k f u l that ! James Shumar, Reuben Zeman and Ralph Fetter; Norvelt, Alfred Deemer, Jay Hoffer, Don Hutchison, "William McKenna, William Smith, Don Kotouch and Chauncey McKenna. To life rank: Hecla, Joe Durik, Thomas Maurer, John Miller, Roy j Miller, Joe Blanda and Joe Evancho; Motint Pleasant, Ralph Hosteller, Charles Ferrell, Edward MacDonald, Wiliiam Nitterright, William Robinson, Clyde Shaw, James Shumar, Robert King, Harold King, James Brown and Ralph Fetter; Norvelt, Alfred Deemer, Jay Hoffer, William McKenna, William Smith and Don Hutchinson. Four Eagle Scout recognitions were given by Ross Menoher of Greeus- burg, wtih each boy's mother being present and on the stage. Those re- .ceiving them were Thomas Maurer o£ Hecla; Harry Lentz and Joseph Grabiak, both of Mount Pleasant, and Jay Hoffer of Norvelt. Struck by Auio. Andy Gach, eight years old, of Spring street, suffered brush burns of the right side of the face, contusions of the forehead and brush burns of the knee when he was struck by an automobile driven by John Bashiouir. of Tarrs Tuesday at noon. The accident took place in Church street, just opposite the Tree of Life Synagogue. Bashioum took the boy to Frick Memorial Hospital. Olterbeirt Guild Dinner. A covered-dish dinner was held at 6 o'clock Monday evening by the Otterbein Guild of the United Brethren Church in the church social rooms. Covers were laid tor 30. The entertainment was the Little Ger, man Band and a sextet, both organ- iazlions being from Ramsay High School. The hoslesses in charge were Mary Jo Sawyer, Eleene Gearhart, Betty Goldsmith, Louise Mullin and j Claudia Canose. j Visits Parents. I Donald Stoncr, who recently spent. a week in Hollywood, stopped- off \f Tuesday for a visit with his parents,: Mr. and Mrs. l). H. Stoner oJ: College nvenue on his way home to New York. you are so distant." The letter from Sweden was not censored by the government. Frances May Talks. An address, on the "Mummers Parade," by Frances May marked thc homeroom program of David C. Guhl's room. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Miss Mabel Golden's eighth grade elected officers for second semester in homeroom Tuesday. They arc: President, Betty Lewis; vice-president, Marie Coniff; secretary, Beatrice Chambers, and treasurer, | Muriel McCairns. A committee was appointed to arrange a Valentine party and to fix a valentine box for next Tuesday. A play was practiced in Miss Mac Zimmerman's eighth grade homeroom. It will be presented at assembly February 21 and 23. Group singing was enjoyed in Miss Susan Hicks eighth grade homeroom. Norma Jean Whittaker sang a song which was illustrated on the blackboard. Miss Roberta Smulz' homeroom had*charge of the assembly program. A play was presented after which instrumental solos were given. English tests are being given today in Miss Dorothy Duggan's seventh grade English classes. Radio Service 104 East .Vayctto Street No Credit PHONE 1916 ENJOY LINCOLN'S B I R T H D A Y ^ WEEK-END AT COLTON MANOR Get th* moat out oE this 3-da.y Kolld*y whore ····hora luxury co«t» MO much lees. 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