The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 9, 1939 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 9, 1939
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THURSDAY. FEBRUARY D, 193S. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSYTLLK PA. PAGE FIVE. Mt. Pleasant Board Told Liqhts In ne School Inefficient Pa rent-Teacher Committee Promised Consideration. ATHLETIC FUND REPORT MADE Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 9. Dr. attendance, 949, receipts Dunbar Township, attend- , . "William H. Robinson and Mrs. Harry L. Fidler, representing the Parent* Teacher Association, appeared befoie the Board of Education Monday night and reported on the Lighting system o£ the Thud Ward school, stating that it was found inadequate lor the needs of students. The board assured them that it would give the matter careful consideration Teacheis beginning next term will be allowed a five-day sick leave. This was granted after a petition to the board by the teachers. A motion picture machine was purchased with a sound track and microphone. The student council will give S200 toward the price. A report by the athletic committee for the football season was given and shows: Attendance -- South Huntington, 1,480, receipts, S433.65; attendance, Connellsville, 2,020, receipts, 5571; Greensburg, leccipts. $250; attendance, Birmingham, 2,782, receipts, $1,234.75; attendance, Scottdale, J.909, receipts, $500.80; Derry Township, receipts, $60; East Huntington. ?221.64; ance 430, '.eccipts, $10866; Hurst, receipts, $290.25; Trinity, receipts, S203.02. The total attendance was 10,930, and total receipts, 83,873.78. The expenses were: guarantees, v $1,957.53; transportation, ?133; officials, $175; police $158 50; gate help, $31; janitors, $24; scouting, $16.20; equipment, $577 09; cleaning and repairing equipment, $327; labor, $4.50; advertising, $55; electric power, $69.26; medical suupplies and Ueat- ments, $172.23; traveling expenses, S12.64; 'players letters, $24.40; miscellaneous, $25.55, making a total of $3,762.90. The balance at the statt of the season was ?26.12; receipts, $3,873.78, making a total of $3,899 90, less the expenditures of $3,762.90, showing balance of $137 on hand Dccembc: 20, 1938. The attendance report showed rr.ore adults patronized the Birming- -., ham game than any other. They totaled 1,955, while Connellsville .come a close second with 1,102. The Tast Huntingdon game drew 321 adults and Trinity 320 adults. Superintendent of Schools John C. Haberlen gave j resport on the budget condition showing there will likely be a deficit of approximately $5,000 to $6,000 at the close of the school year. Reil Cross Meeting. At the regular meeting of the Mount Pleasant Chapter of the Red Cross, held m its rooms -in Church street Tuesday evening, the chapter nurses reported 362 visits for the -- previous month, with an attendance at the Mount Pleasant and Scottdale \vell-baby conferences as 69 return babies, 67 pre-school children, nine new babies and two pre-school children registered. Mrs. Blackburn, in charge of the junior Hed Cross, reported the Ramsay High council had made calenders and favors and sent them to the Perrypoint, Md., Hospital. Mrs. J. R. Madden of the civilian relief reported that seven persons were assisted and 91 articles given out during the month. Missionary Society Meets. The regular business and social meeting of the Young Women's Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church was held Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Ohma Harmon in South Church stieet. Spaghetti Dinner. The boys' chorus of the First Evangelical and Reformed Church enjoyed a spaghetti dinner in the church Wednesday evenin. Covers were laid for 20. Former Resident Dies. Word was received in Mount Pleasant Wednesday at the death of George Milbee, 86 years old, at the home of a son, James Clyde Milbee, east oE Greensburg on the Lincoln Highway. Mr. Milbee, a former resident of Mount Pleasant, was the son ol the late James and Lavina Milbee of · South Church street. Mount Pleasant. He is survived by one son, James Clyde Milbee, and one daughter, Mrs. Nettie Hoffer of Kregar, and one brother, Jacob Milbee of Mount Pleasant. The funeral service will be held i^ at 2';30 o'clock Friday afternoon in the church at Stahlstown. Interment will be in the church cemetery. District W. C. T. U. Session. An nil-day meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of the district was held Wednesday in the -Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. ·" Jacob Hart of Mount Pleasant had '' charge o£ the devotions; Mrs. Jacob L. Kooser of Scottdale had a dem- on At Mt. Pleasant Gives Program SpL-clal to The Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 9.-Americanism and National Defense, being featured by the auxiliary of the James E. Zundcll Post this month, was stressed at the Tuesday evening meeting held m the Legion rooms. A repoit of the County Council meeting at Greensburg "was given by Mrs. W. W. Washabau and Mrs. Alvin Thurston. Tifty of the 82 members now enrolled weie in attendance. On the prognim that was presented was "Lincoln's Gettysbmg Address," given by Virginia Jordan; "Making the First Flag," by Louise Mullin, Vuginia Bergman, Jean Me-agher and Betty Exlinc; "Symbolism of the Flag," Marcella Jones; a play, "A Good Resolution," was 1 given by Mis. Hairy Fidler, Louise Fidler and Betty Rosky. The Junior Auxiliary \v~iA have its meeting February 20 Swim nights for them will be Febiuary 13 and 27. At the social hour that followed the program, the hostesses were Miss Blanche Bechtel, Mrs. Sophia Plrog- ner, Miss Ann Sch.ichte, Mrs. James Laird and Mis. Walter Burns. DUNBAR, Feb. ».--A iaige crowd attended the card pal ty held Tuesday evening by the Junioi Older of United American Mechanics m the lodge rooms Bridge f i \ e hundred and bingo were played and piizes were awarded as follows Bridge, William Duncan, C. T. Smitn and Six County Motorists Lose Driving Licenses Sis Fayette county motorists lost tncir operating privileges for violations of the State Motor Code, the ' j Uniontown detail o£ the State Motor j ^olicc was advised from Harnsburg. ' Charles Eurnworth o£ Ohiopyle hod u, license suspended for driving while intoxicated and failing to stop after an accident. Efcil Rossi o£ Now S.ilem R. D , lost Mis privileges lor Trapped by Own Fear William Mai tin; five huncued, Fied | driving \vjthout a (license, reckless Lovvoiy, J D. Williams and Patsy Sfcio; bingo. Elizabeth Maiengeo, Carrie Bitner and Ethel Hair; door, T3thol Han After the games j lurcli and f a c i n g ) to appear for a Four motoiibls, uhose Mccnses \vere suspended f or speeding arc Edward was sei ved by members of t-ic lodge. F. Re.idc, J r , oC Lake Lynn, Abe Auxiliary Meets. SacL of Umontown, Anthony Canton The American Legion A u x j h m y ' o f Uniontown rmci "Dove Foltz ot 130 met last evening at the home of Mr». We*-1 Apple street, Conncllsville. \V. H. Reynolds with the president. Mrs. Eail Hardy, ,n charfip of the business session. A repot t wns given Glass industry Shows Promise Of Improvement Regarding the glass industry pios- pecls, the American Glass Review, in, its current issue, states: "Starting the second month of 1D3D, glass industry operations are close to the average of January with a prom- jse of improvement in the next GO days. "Demand has been following a seasonal course with spot orders lor glass products a fair distance ahead of the coiresponding period of 1938. Most manufacturers have more orders ahead than they had a year ago. With demand expected to inciease as spring approaches, production will grow--at least that eventuality ap- onU-.^lr ,md Mis. L B Callahan of pears most probable at this time. Church hill. The Callahans also had on the sale of towels Mis. Herman Cr.rr read a paper on "Self Defense" and an excerpt on "Americanism' was given by Mrs John Stannis. After the business meeting the women enjoyed a "pot luck dinner." Decorationb v.bre red and while m keeping with St. Valentine's Djy. The *'pig" was a tnple flour sifter and was won by Mis. W. IT, Reynold** Addresses Christian Endcavorers. The Christian Kndeavor Society of the Presbyterian Cnurch had Hobert Rennic, leader of Fayette County Christian Endeavorers, as guest speaker at the meeting Sunday evening. The subject was "All One Body We," Mr. Rcnmc told the members something about "Kiski" where the annual conferences are eld. The speaker also explained the responsibilities of the C, E. among its own members and to other denominations. After the session plans for a bake sale to be held this week were furthered. Mrs. Ilerrinffton Buried. Largely attended was the funeral service for Mi 5 Sarah Hcrrington, held Tuesday afternoon flt the Burhans chapel with Rev. W. H. Hamilton, pastor of the Methodist Protestant Church, ofi'cialmg. Interment was m Franklin Cemetery. Nephews of the deceased soivcd as"pallbearers. Hymns were sung by H,u ry Williams, Mrs. John McDowell and Mrs. Minnie Harvey Out-of-town guests \vci e Mrs. Ida Da]ton Mr. and Mrs. D.nid Dalton and son, Buddy, of SljZc-belh, Mr, and Mrs. Bdrton of j Librarj, Mr. and Mrs William Bricker and son D tvid, Mrs. Haze] Bncker and Mr. and Mrs. Harry | Ketfer of Clairton. Mr and William DaHon of Wilson, Mrs. Frank Keller of Bi oughton, Mi s. Mabel Baker and Mrs Pedcn of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. KefTer and family, Mr. and Mi s. Con cr | Leaplme of CountlUville and KefTer of Harnsburg. Other I*ems of Interest, Miss Nell C.iUeihan and Muss Perkins of Pittsburgh spent the week- I end at the home ol the former's par- ' day v/heie the had been a patient ! £01 o\c KI WCDK. It is reported she 1 ib iccovcrirg nicely. Mis, Foster Savage, who has beei a patient at Connellsville State Hob- pitaj for some time, is impioving and expects to rctutn home soon. Mis. Thomas Clements gone to "W.iyncsbuiR to visit nc-r aunt, Mrs. ' Appeal Filed In Auto-Bike Verdict She AJic-e Outlines scveni! days. J. V. Su inker of Point Muuon j '-'Sitor Tuesday, be away Norman Stewart 2d Groundless fear he would have to submit to being fingerprinted in order to retain 3ob as bartender at Jacksonville, Fla., drove Norman Stewart 2d back to Pittsburgh to confess the three-year-old hammer- knife slaying of his wife and 4-year- old Qn, in 1935, according to police. UMONTOWN, Feb. 9.--Declaring tlie verdict awarding the plaintiff and his parents $8,200 was against the law in the case and the weight of the evidence, William E. DeBolt, Connellsville fire chief, through his counsel, filed motion for a new trial in the damage suit brought against him ns the result of an automobile- bicycle accident. The mishap occuncd last August on the West Side, Connellsville, whfn a bicycle ridden by James Christopher, 16, crashed into the De- Boit cai. A jury awarded the boy $5,000 and his parents, Mi. and Mrs. Anthony Christopher, $1,200. The youth sufteicd injuries which necessitated amputation of his left arm, it was set _orth RESTLESS AT NIGHT? A D1UETIC stimu- l a n t s u c h is D r . Picrce's A-minc i* often indicated and usuaJly it is ifBcient to relieve minor kidney irregularities Mrs. Elrora Myers, 20 Locust St., J-incastcr, Pa,, sajs: "I had taken Dr. Picrce's A-nunc TiMtts only a short time when my fciil- pcys were functioning rcguhirly ag-vin and I was sleeping all ni^'ht." Buy Dr. Picrce's A.-QUEIC Tablets (rom your drugRist today. 'FROSTED 2 "SPECIALS"!! RASPBERRIES Serves 4 Out-of-season treat. generously. 10 of box LIMA BEANS All shelled, equals 2 Ibs. Limas in pods. 12 oz, box Spinach. U oz. box 23c Cut Com, 13 oz. box 23o Coc! Fillets, oecin fresh, Ib. 23c Blueberries, 11 oz. box 25c A DINNER FOR 4 1 lb. COD FILLETS (occan-frcsli -- boneless) 1 box SPIXACII ] box RASPBERRIES Costs less fitTM AM. than 17c i h 3 serving ITEMS Schneider's Market ROBERT ROBBIXS 800 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 457-458 Cotmellsville, Pa. "Movement of flat glass products has continued at a better late than a year ago. With automobile production being maintained and schedules likely to rise, the shipment of safety glass has been holding at a good rate, well above the level prevalent a year ago. Demand lor plate glass from other sources than for automobile safety glass has been spotty but is tending to levels above the first quarter last year." Coughs, Colds Buckley's Mixture (triple acting) Quickly Loosens Tilings Up It's different--it's faster as guests Mr*. Raymond Wel-sh and daughter, Maiy, of Cumberland, Md. Mr. and Mrs. James Nohs. o£ Scottdale were Sunday visitors, Miss Laverne Sikora spent week-end at the home of Miss Sara Nelis. Mrs, Walter Brynn of Pittsburgh \vas vjsiting her parents Monday,. Mrs. George H. Clements, R' Allie Hughes, Mis. Dan Hair, Thomas dementi and Albert Nelson, the latter of Uniontown, motored to Finleyville Tuesday to attend the funeral of a relative. Miss Helen Feiclr. Florence Breakiron returned from Connellsville State Hospital yesler- compounded on^ superior findings new in* this country. in action--It's, medical fact By far the largest-selling medicine foi coughs and coJds and Bronchitis In all of cold Canadu. Right away that tightness begins 1o loosen up-- the bronchial passages clear-you're happy and breathing easier. Satisfaction Guaranteed by druggists everywhere or your money back. Barn's Drag Store. onstration and talk on "Medical Temperance"; Mrs. E. R. Beistel ol j the Tarr-Ruffsdaie union had a paper on "Religious Education," and each union reported on the work it is doing along this line. The morning session closed with Mrs. J. L. Upde- gropii of Findlay, ( Ohio, giving the noontide prayer. Miss Verna Saylor o£ Donegal township union had charge of the devotions at the afternoon meeting Rev. S. S. Cuthbert ol the First Baptist Church gave a talk and Mrs. Lawrence Lightgritz of Eilwood City sang a solo. A discussion wai held on "Local Option Legislation." Rev. Arthur Eakin, pastor o£ the Church o£ God at Alverton, and representing that union, talked on "Sabbath Observance." The Win One Class of the United Brethren Church held its meeting in the church Tuesday evening, at which time officers were chosen for the coming year as follows: Piesi- dent, Mary Jane Noss; vice-president, Ferr.e Long; and secretary-treasuier, Mrs. John Goldsmith. The hostesses at the social hour that followed the business meeting were Mrs. Mary Bennett, Mrs. Randall Krembrook and Mrs. Eileen Eberhai t. TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON Xo IntcreM On Time PuymeiH I'lnn. R A D I O S We Repair AH Makes of Radios, Sweepers, irons, etc. Try Us! Clabaugh Radio Service Vresult*. P h o n o Utt. U w i r Western L'nioii. 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