The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1939 · Page 7
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February 8, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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WJiUNJSSD 4.Y. FEBRLARY b, 19.49 THE DAILY COURIER TONNEUvSVlL.Ufl PA PAGE SEVEN Dun bar Legion Post Buys xx Glen Allen"; To Improve Property Dream of Years Realized With Purchase of Foltz Property AUXILIARY WILL SHARE QUARTERS Special to The Courier DUNBAR, Feb 8--The Ameucan Legion has purchased the Toltz prop- eity, better known as 'Glen Allen," and will begin remodeling at once f The puichase was a cash consideration but the amount was not levealed The place is nicely loca'ed being near the street cai line and just off the mam road through toun The structure is red brick with a large sun poicn Complete p'ans for the intenoi have not been decided updn, but it is piobible that big looms will be provided for the post ^ and the auxiliaiy to conduct bus ness * meetings The oiganuation -will h a v e the home finished as soon as possible It is a dream the Legion has had for many years Other Ifcms of Interest Mr and Mrs Howaid Worsel and Mrs Edward Flick of Reading weie gueits .it the home of Mr and Mrs Edward Worse] Mrs John Williams and son Jack woie shopping m Connellsv ille Saturday Mr and Mis Samuel Demme are the parents of a baby girl, born at 3 40 o'clock Monday It is the first child in the farm]} and weigris seven pounds Both mothei and baby are getting along nicely Mrs William Dojle and Miss Sara v Nells were in Conncllsville Monday evening Mrs R G Holding a formei resident, was visiting friends and relatives recently Edward Nacey was a business caller m Conne]ls\ille Monday evening Mrs Thomas Clements and Miss Pearl Elsey were in Uniontown Monday Girl £couts Plan Program. Gi-1 Scouts met last evening with Violet Hawt in charge There were 20 gitls piesent Plans weic made to hive some radio artists present i program m the near future so that the girls may be able to purchase flags for Memorial Day The Girl Scout or any person wishing to act as leader foi the scouts in the coming year is requested to meet at the home of the present leader, Mrs W H Reynolds Friday evening Duties ot a leader will be discussed P-ird Mfi-U Tnniulrf A Sunday school board meeting Ohiopyle Schools Preparing For Patrons Day OHIOPYLE, Feb 8--Pations Day will be observed February 17 in the public and high schools heie T "e, teacheis and students are preparing lor a period of entertainment for the paicnts and friends Everyone is m- viteri to attend Condition Unfavorable Mis M C Skiiner, who sufTeied injuries in a fall at her home at Whig Corner, is reported in pool condition She i suffering with pleuusy Economic Club Entertained Mis Liura Schaefer entertained the Home Economic Club at her home in Commercial street Monday afternoon Miss Mary Andeison o£ Uniontown and Mrs Arna Holt, president, were in charge, w i t h Mrs D E Lemlej giving a secretarj s report Miss Anderson gave 22 good points in menu planning and discussed the dietetic pi maples of food selections as, the basic of all menu planning Fifteen members were present Thev adjourned to meet the first Monday in Ma-ch at the home of Mis Frank Wortman in Sherman street Fire Destroys Cottage The five-room cottage of Mr and Mrs Emlyn Mitchell m the rear ot the Biltimoie . Ohio station, was complete!} destroved by fire late ?atuidav night The occupants had gone out for the evening and the fire had gained such headway when a neighbor noticed the smoke that nothing of any value was saved The cottage had only been bunt about three years ago It is believed an overheated stove may have caused the fire Scaicity of water in Ohiopyle makes it impossible to do much in event of fire Greeting to Franco This woman, apparently a laytench- cr m a church school, holds up the crucifix as she greets the InsJipcnt conquerors cf Barcelona Many of the \vatchmc throng exh bitcd aa crcd imagfc-? and relics as th»* soldi rs of General F-tnco marched thiough the city Presbyterian Male Chorus Program al Scotldale Church will be held immediately after p-ay- er seivice at the Methodist Episcopal Church tonight To Addcss Scouts. Rev A R Mansberger, pasto" of the Methodist Protestant Church at Connellsville, will be the principal speaker at the Boy Scout father and son, banquet to be held Thursday evening at the Presbyterian Church All membejs of the Dunbar clergy, the troop committee and the post commander of the American Legion will be guests The dinner will be served by mothers of the Scouts The Presbjtenan Male Cha-us or ConnellsM'le numbeimg about 20 m charge of Geoige Lauig und vu h Mis C E Rothlisbeigoi al the piano presented on houi s sacicd concert Sunday night in the Biptisf Church at Scottdalc The rrnin floor uas well filed and there was i sprinkling of v, 01 shippers in the balconv Solos bj David Chirlesworth and Wilbur Camhn, a q u a let compiling Clair Mmei, Harold Hoovei Chules B-ule} and G'ttzicr BmKhardt and ;olo bits incidental o ensemble numbers b C Hci bei t El is and William F Biooks made up a divci^i- fied program M ss Fio~cnce Vil- koy's marimba numbc ^ added more v i r e t j Dr J Harold Dull plicd Miss W lkc s accompinirncnt T ic chorus received 01 e-half of the generous offering Next Sunday night the choius w 11 repeat the piogi^m in the Methoeliit Protestant Church at Dunbar and will appear in t i e United Bieji ei and Presbvternn chuichcs here Feb- lUiiiy 19 and 26 respect vel A pro- gnri will be presented in tl e local Methodist Piotcstant Chu-Ui some Sundaj night n Vaich NEWS OF THE DAY AT PERRYOPOLIS Saved to Bo Guinea Pi(r. BUFFALO I\ Y Feb b--Philip ChalefT, fcew York Citj vouth vvl ose sertcrce to die in tie electric c^ii recent!} uas commuted by Governor Lehman is to serve as a huinar guinea pig lor a new t-eatmcnt of diabetes, it was anrourced PERRYOPOLIS, Feb 8--The O N O rue-Hundred Club was entei- tamed Wedresday night by Mrs George Brinkei Extia guests weie M s James Pleisol Mrs Martin Pierso Mils Fische Bunker, Mrs Jimes Hajt Miss E-nma Hess and Miss Ma j| Dunham Prizes weie awarded Mrs Walter Johnson, M-s Robert Tl ompson ard Mis FiSLhei Brmkei Entertains Women's Class The Women s Class of the Star Junction Methoaist Episcopal Churc'i met Tl ursday night at the home of Mrs N C Piersol with 14 present Extra guests were Mrs J R Mai tin Mrs Wesley Weiemr o£ Morgantov. n, W Va , Mrs Walter Woodward and Mis James Pieraol A report en the bam dinner given by the class together with the Wiling Workers Class si owed a profit of appioximate- 1} $31 Layton Club Meets The W O O Club of Lajton w a s entertained Thursday evening fay Mrs Theodoic Friiky with nine membcis and two guests present The guests were Mis Rajmond Wilson and Mrs William Bryan of Pit*s- bui gl A quest on game had been ir inged b Mrs Vtilson and the prize for this was won bj M s Joseph Ilenmnfi C-irds were played ind Miss Virelia II irmlton was awarded the prize Ciub lla Luncheon The Women s Club was entertained with i luncheon Thuisdaj afternoon by Mrs, Eleanor Knox All members vvcic present except Mr;, Fnnk Sis- lej, who has been ill Mr« J G Carioll of Union own was tl-c guest speaker She talked on Marijuana " Mri Kennedy Porter of Fairchance spoke bncflv Mrs V/atson Luce Mrs Kcnsmger Mrs f M Snjde- ind Mrs Archie Shrock were guests Mrb Howard Adams was also on the prognm talking on Gicat Amer (.an Bridges Club Council Meets The council mcmoers of the Community Club of Whitse't met ThL^_- dav night to discuss business of the club The council Is composed "f President Bolkavac, Treasurer William \vilkie and Peter Toth B L^nn, Ralph Kcrsten, Andrew Wilk f Arnott Root, Mrs Nora Gavin and Mrs V/illnm Wilkie board members W C T U Meets The Burns Vista W C T U held an all-d ty meeting Wednesday at the hoire of Mis Watson Luce with 1G members present Theie were five guests Mrs J G Robinson and Mrs Sesslcr of Uniontown, Mrs Howard ^\da ns Miss Jane Dunn and Miss Jane Ann Dunn After the business meeting the remainder of the day was spent in quilting "Missionary Society Meets The Missionary Society of the Perrj M E Church met Wednesday night at the church with Mrs Fred McWilhair-s as hostess Mrs J R Martin was program leader Talks were given by Miss Mary Duff, Mrs Waltei Tovvnserd, Mrs, Peny Stuck and Mrs McWiUianii At Mother 5 Side Mrs Dora Keller was called to the hone of hei mothei, Mrs Anra Dils of Connellsville, wno has a fractured hip as the result of a fall on the ice Tuesday night Personals Mrs L V Lepley and Willis Karris visited the formers niece, Mrs William Dwell of Lincoln Place Sunday Mrs Joseph Wolfe is m Scottdale taking care of her mother, Mrs JoHn Stoner, who returned home from a hospital recently Marie Pore played her xylophone Tuesdny for the Banning and Pleasant Giove schools Next week she will play at Layton The programs have been arranged by Miss Pauline Townsend the school nurse Mrs D W Drumm spent Tl urs- j day in Pittsburgh John Barnes and Chris Dryer of Fayette City vvcic In Pittsburgh Tuesday night They began a course of study lasting fo- eight Tuesday nifhts Mr and Mrs Henry Cook visited friends m Irwm recently Misses Lulu and 1-ene Sable, employed in Pittsburgh, spent the week-end with thei- parents Mr nna Airs George Sible Glenn Tayior o£ E'klns W Va, Is visiting his aunt Mrs I H Baugh, who is v cry ill Mis W llnm Forrest o£ New Yoik Cit formerly of Whitsett is visiting Jnenris and relatives She is staving BIG SAVINGS FO In Our February FurrsI Including FOUR Major Pieces y, the suite alone is -worth Tshal asking toi all fom piecs, PLUS a $ GOOD matti ess and sptmg a pair of lovely boudoir lamps, and a thiow rug In a choice of colors and designs Breakfast and Dinette SUITES $OO.50 fcfc= up Includes extension table -vuth f o u i heavj chairs Solid oak -vMth oystei oak finish FOR EVENING APPOINTMENTS CALL 376 Yo a can't go v, i ong buing tins splendid cabinet White enamel finit,n jvvith Mr and Mrs Dav d Fories 1 " I Mis W"sley Weiner of Moigao- town, W Vd formerly of Perry- opohs, is visiting Mis J E Vlaitm Walter Lint returned home fiom Sa'asoc-a, Via, SatuLday He has been visiting his mother, Mrs Estep Lint foi several w.cks Mrs P O Luce, Mis Rist Stimmel, Mis H D Stockier, Miss Eoenna Kameier, Mrs Arch ·· Si-rock, Miss Emma Cook Miss Betty Graham, Miss Imogens Carson and Miss Mary Thrasher attended a bridge party m Roosevelt Hotel of PittsLuigh Saturday afterroon It was given by the Bethany College Club of Pittsburgh Mis Ralph Cox is confined to hei home with an illness Mrs Edgar Fiancis of Pittsburgh spent the weeu-end with her parents, M- and Mrs James Buttermore Mrs Pleasant Hall Ritter of Brownsville called at the home of hei siste-m-law. Mis I H Baugh, Sunday Mi and Mis Herman Duff and children, Francis and Tommy of Monongahela City spent Sunday with "Vtis Sadie Duff One o£ the finest numbers of the Pe ly High Lyceum course wab given Monday by Mi Giathvvell v.ho spo ce on the subject, 'The Thinkers and the Tinkers" Mr and Mrs H T Duff and son of Davvso i spent Sunday with the latter s parents, Mr and Mrs B S Hall 'Ml and Mrs Coopei Byers and children of Uniontown spent Sunday w i t h the former's parents Mi and Mrs I L Byer« Joseph Zaffy Gets Executive Job at College For the second consecutive year, Joseph Zaffy o£ Smithton, a senior at California State Teachers College, lias been appointed to an executive position in the intercollegiate conference on government to be held in Harnsburg April 21 to 23, inclusive State publicity director last year Zaffy's appointment this ear is director of the Southwestern Pennsylvania 1 egion In that position he "Will have supervision and junsdiction of the work m the congress of representatives from Pitt, Duquesne, Pennsylvania College foi Women, Mt Mercy, Seton Hill St Vincent, Indiana State Teachers College, Carnegie Tech Waynesourg, Westminster, Washington Jefferson and Geneva Zaffy is a graduate of Corrnellsville High School and was a member of its debating tean- At the fWStSlM Quick! use this specialized aid for nose and upper throat, .where most colds start Helps prevent many colds VlCKS VA-TRO-NOL $10-00 A W ON THE PURCHASE OF AN AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER Enjoy Real Hot Water Service for only a few pennies a day. Turn the faucet in the bathroom--kitchen or laundry any hour of the day and Steaming Hot Water gushes forth Always at the right temperature--always at your command. A HEATER DESIGNED FOR YOUR HOME Large homes with 3 or 4 bathrooms or small homes with one bathroom--there is a size to meet every possible condition. The Rex Water Heater heats water the economical way. DON'T WAIT TOO LONG THIS SALE IS FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY SAVE $10.00 DURING THIS SALE Trade-in your old water heater. FOR A LIMITED TIME we will allow you $10.00 for your old heater, regardless of its make or condition Come in today . . . see this wonderful heater just as it will be in your home USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN . . . BUY NOW . . . SAVE MONEY. This sale for · limited time only BETTER HURRY! G A S H E A T There is plenty of cold weather ahead--Why not change now to GAS HEAT--and enjoy the rest of the heating season. It is easy to do--Simply ask our heating engineer to make a free survey of your home -- Hell tell you all about it No obligation--come in or phone today. FAYETTE COUNTY GAS CO. 302 SO. PITTSBURG STREET PRONE 322

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