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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1939. THE nATT.Y COURIER, COOTJRTXSVTU.R PA. PAGE SEVEN. Lincoln's Birthday Will Be Celebrated By Republican Party By LYLE C. WILSON United Press Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.--The politically rejuvenated Republican party was ready today for a weekend of Lincoln Day celebration of November election successes and the prospect of \ another Democratic purge. Republican leaders believe their political future was better today than at any time since the 1928 election which put Herbert Hoover in the White House. The critical and unfriendly Republican estimate of today's political situation was that President Roosevelt and conservative Democratic politicians are likely to damage their Tarty materially in contest for con- trcl of the 1940 National convention G. O. P. leaders judged the flrsi month of the new Congress to have demonstrated that the New Deal has lost control of both House and Senate. Most of all Republicans were intrigued by the possibilities oÂ£ thi charge made this week by Senatoi Carter Glass, D., Va., that Mr. Roosevelt was party to the plan to defea Senator Harry F. Byrd, p., Va., in next year's Democratic primary Virginia. Paradise ON THE AIR Radio Information At a Glance BERKSHIRES WIN SHOW HONORS WCAE--1221 EC. 6:00--Jan Garber's Orch. 6:15--Evening News 6:25--Musicale Interlude. 6:30--Gray Gordan's Orch. 6:45--Religion in the News. 7:00--Avalon Time. 7:30--Lives ot Great Men. 7:45--Inside of Sports. 8:00--Tommy Riggs and Betty. 8:30--Fred Waring's PennsyJvanlans 9:00--Vox Pop 8:30--Hall of Fun. 10:00--Airliners Ordi. 10:30--Larry Clinton's Orch. 11:00-- News Parade. 11:10--Joe Rines' Orch. 11:30--Horace Heidt's Orch. 12:00--BernieCummins' Orch. 12:30--Jan Garber's Orch. 1:00--Shep Field's Orch. 1:30--Clyde Lucas' Orch." TONSGHT KDKA--980 EC. 6:00--News; Sports; Weather Temperature. 6:06--Your Movie Magazine oE the Air. 6:15--Melody Time. 6:30--Renfre-.v of the Mounted. 7:00--Message of Israel. 7:30 -Question Bee. 8:00--Don Hirsch News. 8:15--Dance Orch. 8:30--To be Announced. 9:00--National Barn Dance. 10:00--Symphony Concert. 11:30--News; Weather; Tempertaure. 11:45--The Music You Want. 12:00--Barney Rapp's Orch. 12:30--Far North Broadcast. WJAS--1290 KC. 6:15--News or the Wovld. 6:30--Saturday Swing. 7:00--Americans at Work. 7:30--Jos E. Brown. 8:00--Johnny Presents. 8:30--Professor Quiz. 9:00--Honolulu Bound. 9:30--Saturday Night Serenaders. 10:00--Your Hit Parade. 10:45--Capitol Opinions. 11:00--News With Ken Hildebrand. 11:15--Dance time. 11:30--Charles Baum's Orch. SUNDAY PARADISE, Feb. 11.--A miscel laneous shower was held at the horn of Mrs. Mary Fait lost week in hono of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fait, newly weds. They were the recipients o many useful presents. Mr. and Mrs. Fait have gone to housekeeping in Prittstown. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harbaugh and family spent Saturday evening with Mi-. Harbaugh's sister, Mrs. Charles Brown and family of the Duncan plan, Mount Pleasant. Mrs. Brown, who has been seriously ill, is somewhat improved. Mrs. Ben French is convalescing from a recent attack of illness. Mrs. French recently returned home from Hunker where she had been staying with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Gibboney. Saturday she celebrated her 72nd birthday anniversary with part of her family present. Mr. and Mrs. Garfleld Miller of Iron Bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Echard and daughters, Minnie Mae and Jean, ot Wooddale visited with friends here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John AVhite of Montana, former residents of this county, are here on a visit. They are now at the home of Mrs. White's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hitenour of this place. Â· Mrs. Francis Reynolds and daughter, Miss Elsie, of Glenwood were dinner guests recently with" Mrs. Wylie Zufall. . Mrs. L. I. Kreinbrook was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boring of Gimlet Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kuhns and family and Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Chapman attended, funeral services held in Acme Church for Mrs. Kuhns' mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Shaeffer, Sunday afternoon. Misses Elizabeth and Evangeline Kreinbrook and brother, Glenn, recently called on Miss Sarah Lloyd of near Fiatwoods. Miss Lloyd has been suffering with a healing in her head, but is somewhat improved. Misses Sarah and Irene Sfoufiter Â·were week-end guests at then? home near Scottdale reservoir. Word was received here of the death of Mrs., Samuel Eshelman, which occurred Thursday, February 2 at her home in Marion, Ind., after a week's illness of pneumonia. Had she lived until February 22 would have been 92 years old. Surviving are her husband, who is blind, two daughters, Mrs. Minnie Freed of Marion, Ind., Mrs. Ella Brown of Waterloo, la., and a son, Dr. Lindley Eshelman, of Marion, Ind. Interment took place last Monday at Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Eshelman were both former residents of this community. Word was received by friends of the death of Mrs. Mary Christner Lee of Michigan, widow of Chris Lee. Mrs. Lee was a sister of the late Warren Christner of this place. One daughter survives. She is Mrs. Sarah Eleanor East of Michigan. Ed Snider returned from a visit with Pittsburgh friends last week. Mrs. Leonard Craig visited with her daughter, Myrtle, in Mount Pleasant Wednesday. WCAE 8:00--Organ Recital. 8:30--Four Showman Quartet 8:45--Animal News Club. 9:00--Phyllis Morton. 9:15--Tom Terriss. 9:30--Grandpa and Snuggins. 10:00--Radio Pulpit. 10:30--Music and American Youths. Â·11:00- -Sixth U. P. Chuch. 12:00--Madrigal Singers. 12:30--University of Chicago Round Taol.. 1:00--Lutheran Hour. 1:30--Kennell Time. 1:45--Sunday News. 2:00--Lets Go Back to the Bible. 2:30--Barry McKinley. 2:45--Fables in Verse. 3:00--Sunday Drivers. 3:30--Vivian Delia Chieza. 3:45--Bob Becker. 4:00--Ranger's Serenade. 4:30--The World Is Yours. 5:00--Saturday Afternoon in Rosedale. 5:30--Spelling Bee. 6:00--Catholic Hour. 6:30--Show of the Week. 7:00--Jack Benny. 7:30--Band Wagon. 8:00--All Star Show. 9:00--Manhattan Merry Go Round. 9:30--American Album ol Music. .0:00--The Circle. 1:00--News. .1:10--Johnny Messner's Orcb. 1:30--Lee Shelley's Orch. 2:00--Chick Webb's Orch. .2:30--Jan Garber's Orch. Bus. Perryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Feb. 11.--The sodality of the St. John's Church, an association of 40 members, met Monday night and elected the following officers: President, Helen Koslosky moderator, Stella Ludwick; treasurer Madelein Mutavinsky; secretary, Genevieve Shurak. It was decided to have a study club within the organization and under the supervision of the pastor, Father Suran. There will be open discussions on the religious foundation in Mexico and the early missionary activity among the natives of Mexico. Father Suran is planning to begin the same sort of work among the boys of the church Entertains Club. Miss Mary Wolfe entertained her auction bridge club Wednesday night Extra guests were Mrs. Lyle Stoner of Scottdale, Miss Mary Thrasher and Miss Betty Graham. Prizes were awarded Miss Ruth Piersol, Mrs Joseph Wolfe and Mrs. Stoner. Attend Singing School. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Pore and daughter, Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Jame. Wolfe, Robert Wolfe, Mrs. B. M Wade, Charles Lepley, Mr. and Mrs Robert Thompson and children, Ear and Mary Elizabeth, Catherine Me- Cluckey, Mrs. Rist Stimmel and Mis Mary Wolfe a! -nded the meeting the Old-'ashioned Singing School 8:00- -Trails of Happiness. 9:00 -- Coast to Coast On 10:00- -Russian Melodies. 10:30-- Aloha Time. 10-45-- Music of Today. 11:00 -- Calvary Episcopal Church. 12:00-- Radio City Music Hall. 1:00 -- Great Plays. 2:00-- Magic Key of RCA 3:00 -- Armco Band. 3:30-- Festival of Music. 4:00 -- Bernie Armstrong. 4:30 -- Vesper -- Shadyside Church. 5:00 -- Metropolitan Auditions. 5:30- The M-n from Cooks. 5:45 -- Dog Heroes. 6:00-- Music Please. 6:15 -- Sunday Newspaper of the Air. 6:30-- A Tale ot Today. 7:00 -- New York World Fair Program. 7:15 -- Popular Classics. 7:30-- Seth Parker. 8:00 -- Cleveland Sympony Orch. 9:00 -- Hollywood Playhouse. 9:30-- Walter Winchell. 9:45-- Irene Rich. 10:00 -- Romance and Rhythm. 10:30-- Cheerio. 11-00 -- Music; news. ZJ:15 -- Missionary Broadcast. 12:00 -- Archie Bleyer's Orch. 12:30-- Herbie Kay's Orch. WJAS 9:00--St. Patrick's Church. 10:00--Church ot the Air. 10:30--Aubade for Strings. 11:00--First English Lutheran Church 12:00--Major Bowes Capitol Family. 12:30--Music from Italy. 1:00--Church ot the Air. 1:30--Salute to New York World's Fair. 2:00--Americans All. 2:30--Texas Rangers. 3.00--Pittsburgh Amateur Hour. 4:0(1--Rev. Charles E. Coughhn. 5:00--Today's Program. 5:05--St. Louis Blues. 5:30--Ben Bernie's Orch. Â· 6:00--The Silver Theatre. 6:30--Gateway to Hollywood. 7:00--People's Platform. 7:30--Hollywood Guild. 8:00--This is New York. 9:00--Ford Sunday Evening Hour. 10:00--Melody and Madness. 10:30--Kaltenborn Comments. 10:45--Barry Wood. 11:00--Art Giles' Orch. 11:30--Archie Bleyer's Orch. At the woild's greatest fat stock show, Chicago's "International," the Berkshire breed again reigned supreme according to word recently ic- ceived by S.' 3. Blair of near Perryopolis, Berkshire breeder. In addition to winning the grand champion individual barrow over all breeds, ages and weights on tne above 300 pound specimen, the Pennsylvtnla State College also exhibited two of the three weight division championships with their 3erks, In the Sweepstakes Ten Carcass Class, the college again won with Berks. In the carload show the grand championship award went for the third year in succession to South Side Stock Farms, Hockbridge, 111., n their load of cross-breds, sired by Coal Industry Outlook Black. MONDAY WCAE 7:00 -- Morning Express, 8:00-- News 8:lo-- Today's Almanac. 8:30 -- Do You Remember. 8:45 -- Hits 'and Encores. 9:00 -- Jean. Abbey. 9:15 -- Gems of Melody. 9:30 -- Band Goes to Town. 9:45-- Musical Mirror. .0:00-- Central City. 10:15 --John's Other Wife. O^-Just Plain Bill. 10:45-^-Woman to White. .1:00 -- Eavid Harum. L1:1C -- Lorenzo Jones. 11:30 -- Young Widow Brown. 11:45 -Roai. of Life. 12:00 -- News. 12:10-- Melodies. 12:15-- The O'Neills. 12:30 -- Monticello Party Line. 12:45 -Slngiri' Sam. 1:00 -- Musical Caravan. 1:15 -- Bernie Cummins' Ovcfc.. 1:30 -- Melody Jewell Box. 1:45 -- Voice of Experience. 2:00 -- Elinor Sherry. 2:15 -- Polly Entertains. 2:30-- Kitty Keene. 2:45-- Utility Hall. 3:00 -- Mary Marlui. 3:15-- Ma Perkins. 3:30 -- Pepper Young's r amily. :45 -- Guiding Light. 4:00-- Backstage Wife. 4:15-- Stella Dallas. 4:30 -- Vic and Sade. 4:45 -- Girl Alone. 5:00 -- Dick Tracy. 5:15 -- Your Family S: Mine. 5:30 -- Jack Armstrong. 5:45 -- Orphan Annie. 6:00 -- Science In the News, 6:15 -- Evening News. ':25 -- Sports. 6:30 -- Rose Marie. 6:45-- Play Time. 7:00 -- Amos and Andy. 7:15-- Edwin C. Hill. 7:30- -Big Swing 8:00 -- Al Pearce and His Gang. 8:30 -- Richard Crooks. 9:00 -- Hour of Charm. 9:30-- Eddie Duchin. 10:00 -- Contented Hour. 10:30-- Horace Heidi's Orch. 11:00-- New Parade. 11:10-- Airliners Orch. 11:45 -- Lou Breeze's Orch. 12:00 -- Ben Bernie's Orch. 12:30 -- Jan Giirber's Orch. 1:00 -- Bernie Cummins' Orch. KDKA 6:30--Curly Miller. 6:45--Farm Markets. 7:00--Musical Clock. 7:15--Western Trails. 7:30--Uncle Russ. 7:45--Checkerboard Time. 8:00--News. 8:05--Musical. Clock. 8:15--Dr. Sunshine. 8:30--Musical Clock. 9:00--Shopping Circle. 9:15--Linda's First Love. 9:30--The Editor's Daughter. 9:45--Gospel Singer. 10:00--Story of the Month. 10:15--Jane Arden 10:30--Tena and Tim. 10:45--Houseboat Hannah. 11:00--Mary Marlin. 11:15--Vic and Sade. 11:30--Pepper Young's Family. 11:45--Getting the Most Out of Life. 12:00--News, Weather; Temp. 12:15--Rosey Bits. 12:30--National Farm Home Hour. 1:15--Farm Radio News. 1:30--Women in the News. 1:45--Happy Gilmans. 2:00--Betty and Bob. 2:15--Arnold Grimm's Daughter. 2:30--Valiant Lady. 2:45--Hymns oÂ£ All Churches. 3:00--KDKA Home Forum. 3:20--Dale McFeatters, news reeler. 3:30--Parent Teachers' Association. 3:45--Tea Time Tunes. 4:00--Club Matinee. 5:00--Rakov's Orch. 5:15--Terry and the Pirates. 5:30--Don Winslow of the Navy. 5:45--Tom Mix Straight Shooters. 6:00--News, Sports. 6:06--You Movie Magazine of the Air. 6:15--Patricia Gilmore, Songs. 6:30--Music--Sports. 6:45--Lowel Thomas. 7:00--Alias Jimmie Valentine. 7:30--Song Pictures. 7:45--G-Men and Crime. 8:00--Carson Robinson and His Buckaroos. 8:30--Those We Love. ' , 9:00--You Don't Say. 9:30-iWesbn!nster College Choir. 10:00--True Or False. 10:30--National Radio Forum. 11:00--News. Weather, Temp. 11:15--The Music You Want 12:00--Al Kavelm's Orch. 12:15--Mike RJey's Orch. 12:30--Artie Shaw's Orch. the Central School in Jefferson township Tuesday night. Miss Pore played the xylophone and Miss Nancy Bowman, formerly of Perryopolis, gave several readings. Other Items of Interest. George Dumbauld, assistant county superintendent, visited the :ichools in Perryopolis Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. John Forsythe and son, Jack, of Charleroi were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Curtis Wednesday. At the monthly teachers' meeting Tuesday, Miss Hurd gave a reading demonstration using several members of the Perry eighth grade for it. Mrs. Thomas Keighley and daughter, Catherine, of Uniontown visited Mrs. E. T. Thorpe Monday afternoon: Th.ee teachers of Star Junction were absent a day or two this week due to illness. Laddie Griglak substituted for Emma Byers, Bemice Wilkie for Emma Ramsier and Camille Campbell for John Beck. Joseph Kalman left on a business trip to Passaic, N. J., the first of the week. Premier Mussolini Offers Condolence: By United Press. ROME, Feb. 11.--Premier Benito Mussolini sent the following telegram of condolence Friday to Card inal Pacelli, temporary head of the Roman Catholic Church: "The disappearance oÂ£ the Pope of conciliation is a misfortune for the church and the Italian people Interpreting the sentiments ol thj Italian people, I send your mos reverend eminence and the sacrec colleges the condolences of the fascis government and myself." Files $20.000 Suit. GREEN'SBURG, Feb. 11.--S. Ran kin Greenawalt and his wife, Mil dred, filed sut for $20,000 damage: again t North Belle Vernon borougl for injuries claimed suffered by th v, oman and damages to the man's ca when it struck a ditch in the bor ough December 25, 1937. WJAS 7:30--Musicale., 8:00--News. 8:15--Marjone Stewart. 8:30--Friendly Singer. 8:45--Cheerie Melodies. 8:55--Today's Programs. 9:00--Richard Maxwell. 9:15--Robt T. Alexander. 9:30--Joyce Jordan. 9:45--Bachelor's Children. .0:00--Young Dr. Malonc. .0:15--Myrt and Marge. .0:30--Hilltop House. 10:45--The Stepmother. 11:00--Volkwein's Musicale. 1:15--Scattergood Baines. 11:30--Big Sister. 11:45--Aunt Jenny's Real L i f e Stories. .2:00--Mary Margaret McBride. 12:15--Her Honor, Nancy James. 12:30--News of the World. 12:45--Our GaJ Sunday. 1:00--The Goldbergs. 1:15--Life Can Be Beautiful. 1:30--Road of Life. 1:45--This Day Is Ours. 2:00--Doe Hartley's Daughters. 2:15--Lux Program. 2:30--American School of the Air 3:00--Curtis Institute. --:00--Ruth Cnrhart. 4:15--Today's Programs. 4:20--Not So Long Ago. 4:45--Nan Wynn. 5:00--Music Restoration, 5:15--Howie Wing. 5:30--Baron Elliott's Orch. 6:05--Rhythm Roundup. 6:15--News of the World. 5:30--Bob Trout. 6:45--Talk of the Town. 7:00--County Seat. 7:15--Lurn and Abner.' 7:30--Eddie Cantor. 8:00--Cavalcade of America. 9:00--Lux Theatre. 10:00--Guy Lombardo's Orch. 10:30--We, the Jury. 10:45--W. P. A. 11:00--News with Ken Hildebrand. 11:15--Sammy Kaye's Orch. 11:30--Cab Galloway's Orch. 12:00--Henry King's Orch. "Insurance is designed to lake the uncertainly oul of owning properly. If you're correctly injured, you fcnow where '/oj'tl stand i! disaster take* a whack at your pot sessions. a Berkshire. In this carload show, seven out of the nine prize winning loads were either pure bred Berk, grade Berk, or crosses sired by a Berk. CriUcs agieed that it was one of the finest showings of high class market hogs which has been seen at this great show. These winnings culminate a year which has seen the Berkshire breed dominate the market hog shows throughout, the country, in eluding the national grand champion pen of three barrows, and the Michigan grand champion. Grade,Berks won all championships at Iowa State Fair, while crosses sired by a .Berkshire won champion pen at "Wisconsin, champion truckload at Ohio, and both firsts and champion ton litter in Indiana. ' Inspector Says SOMERSET, Feb. 11.--Pessimism over the future oÂ£ the coal industry was expressed here following the report of State Mine Inspector F. W. Cunningham that production in Somerset county last year dropped sharply from 1937. The annual report showed that Somerset mines pioduced 3,838,935 tons during 1838, a drop ol 1,313,316 tons from 1937 and 60 per cent under production of 10,751,486 tons in 1927, toe all-time record. Operators knew they passed through a bad year but until the report was released, did not know it was so bad as that," Martin L. Markel, secretary of the Somerset County Coal Operators' Association, aid. "The immediate future of the oal industry is pretty black." Gay Needlework For the Nursery Eagles Club Will Have Family Night *-e Eagles Boosters Club announces another family night for Sunday, February 12. The hours are from 8:30 o'clock on. Dancing will be the chief diversion of the evening. The entertainment committee has also lined up an elaborate floor show o be presented later in the evening. Refreshments will be served. The affairs are sponsored by the Boosters Club for the benefit of members and friends of the Eagles. JnstA Touch of. Applique?' ccf*. nx. HOuswoui Arc. IHC PATTEBN 6293 Dear to a child's heart are little Miss MufTct and Little Bo-Pcep. Here ley are in their traditional settings ready to be embroidered in ever so Imple stitches--and for variety--their dresses are of easy applique (a col- rful print from your scrap bag will do). Make these gay pictures (or use Jiem as pillow tops) for that kiddy 3'ou know. Pattern 6295 contains a Â·ansfer pattern oÂ£ 2 pictures Sxll inches, and applique pattern pieces lustrations of stitches; materials needed; color schemes. To obtain this pattern send ten cents in com to The Daily Couriei iousehold Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to vrite plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and. PATTERN NUMBER. Henry A. Schad Dies. CUMBERLAND, Md., Feb. 11.-Henry Allen Schad, 73, retired Baltimore Ohio machinist, died Wednesday night. He had retired six years ago after 47 years of service. Dies in Brooklyn. SOMERSET, Feb. 11.--Miss Juli Drabik, 23, daughter of Mrs. Juli Gerchak Drabik Krevetsky of Hoi sopple, died in a Brooklyn, N, Y hospital. She had been working in New York. Dick Guy Named. Dick Guy of Pittsburgh was named an executive committeeman to handle affairs of the American Professional Football League, Inc. Qr' . Â«/Â«5C Apples! Apples! 10,000 Bushels Must Be Sacrificed! Buy them !}Â· the bushel and save. Wholesale prices at retail! GRIMES GOLDEN ............ 1ms. GOLDEN DELICIOUS bus Stayman Winesap, Black Twie, Red Delicious, York Imperial, Kenard's, Winter Banana, Baldwin's, Winesap, R o m e Beauty, and oilier fruits and vcffetables priced to suit your pockelbook. 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Phone 708. the Dreams of Kings Perfumes from France, woolens from England, sHoes from Massachusetts, oranges from Florida and California, coffee from Brazil, laces from Switzerland, motor cars from Michigan, pineapple juice from Hawaii . . . .Isn't it marvelous how the intricate machine of commerce constantly gathers the necessities, conveniences and luxuriesTif life from the four corners of the earth and puts them down right here in our home town? Have you ever stopped to think what an important part ADVERTISING plays in making all this'pbssible? V Without advertising, no merchant could afford to risk a large investment in merchandise - and wait and wait till some chance customer happened in. ... . Without advertising, you would be unaware of the many lovely, useful, needed things assembled in the stores for your convenience. . . . Without advertising, finding what you wanted at-a price you could afford would be a matter of luck or of patient plodding from store to store. Â· Mass production and sates volume-through advertising--have brought to the American people an ease and comfort of living that would have been beyond the wildest dream of Rings of old.. . .