The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 15, 1939
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_ WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY i.7,, THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVrLLJi JPA. PAGE FIVJfi REPAIRS ON SCOTTDALE MILL RUSHED New Home of Uptegraff Company Will Soon Be Completed. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 15.--Repairs on the property transfei red from the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation to the Scottdale Community Civic and Industrial Association are moving along rapidly. Only a part o£ the pioporty will be used by the R. E. Uptcgraft ManufciC'Uuing Company. Tuesday the warehouse was being pointed. The other pnrt of the milt that is to be used is having repair work rushed on it, and while a portion oL the equipment has been moved in, it is thought that the balance may be assembled within the next week. Announcement was made Tuesday that the International Furniture Company that had looked for a location in Scottdale, made certain request of. the committee, but it felt the demands of this organization for a site here could not be met. pinch Hits for Speaker. In the absence ot the speaker at Monday night's dinner meeting of the Rotary Club at the Presbyterian Chuich, Robert Thorne, who had charge of the program, talked on "Americanism." Joint Hostesses. Mrs. Harvey Osterwise, Mrs. Earl Rnodcs ar.d Mrs. Russell Osterwise were hostesses at the Senior Philathea Class ireeting held in the Fiist Baptist Church Tuesday evening. The Philathea sisters were remembered with an exchange of valentines. Boys' Chorus Formed. A boys' chorus has been organ,zed at the Scottdale High School, known »is the "Sigma Gama." The boys have a quartet that is winning recognition. In the quartet are J. Momyer, J. McCurdy, J. Brooks and P. Storey. The boys have been entered for the competition with the Mendelsohn Choral Club to be held at West New- Ion in March. Pinp-PonfT Contest. The .Everson ping-pong team of the Recreation Center defeated the Kingview team. Much interest has been shown by the ping-pong teams of Owensdale, Kingview and Everson recreation centers. Undergoes Operation. Mrs. Amelia Mauk, wife of Lansce Mauk of East Home place, underwent an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Tuesday. Personal. C. E. Davis, manager of tne Marion Machine and Manufacturing Company, left Tuesday evening on a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. Thomas Wojnarowski of Everson is getting along nicely after an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Tuesday. Knee Operation. Harry Hobbins of Scottdale is a patient at St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, where he underwent an operation on his knee. ehet Roils In County Go Up '177 Cases A net increase of 177 crises, or 3.2 per cent, was reported in the direct relief roJs in Kayelle county during the- week ending Saturday, Fcbtuary H was announced in Jhirrisburg by Howiud L. Russell, secretary oC the State Department of Public Assistance. A iota! of ;i09 eases wcic opened and 132 closed. Of those put on re- Ijcf, 79 lost puvatc employment, 174 were taken oP_' the WPA, 28 had Inch- unemployment compensation expire j and 2B for oilier reasons while of the ' total taken ofl relief, 40 received private jobs, 14 were pl.iced on the WPA, 47 received unemployment compensation benefits and 31 for other reasons. There w e t c 2G8 new applications filed v.'iiilc the ro'ls -showed 5,759 cases or 23,058 persons. .Expenditures aggregated $38,13B for the week. The State as a whole, however, showed an appiaciablc slowing up in trie rate of increase. The net gain of 4,265 cases fl3,i24 persons) was the smallest since the week bcg.n- ning December 10. The slackening reflected smaller increases traceable to private employment and WPA curtailment. On Fcbrutiiy 4, the general assistance rolls carried a total of 250,203 cases lepiesentmg 774,583 persons. The week's net expenditures for grants totalled SI,810,899, an average of $2.34 per recipient. Shiners?--Dear Me, No: Assents to B. 0. Plan 77 Per Cent The Baltimore Ohio Kailroad has obtained the assent o£ the holders ot S418,510,228 of its luncled debt, representing 77.1 per cent o£ the total, under its plan lor a, -voSuntary reduction in interest charges. Nearly a month ago, it was announced thc assents amounts to 73.5 per cent. Thc deposits in approval o[ thc plan ranged from 86.9 per cent oi thc first mortgage 5fe to 50.2 per cent of the convertible 4'/zS. Mil! Run MILL RUN, Feb. 15.--The Missionary Society of the Baptist Chuixh met Satmday afternoon at tne church. The program was in charge of Mrs. Sue Colborn and Mrs. Sturgis Colborn. A vocal selection was rendered by Miss Pauline Arzenberg- er and Miss Fern Mincrd. A piano solo was given by Mrs. Foster Bigam. Headings from "M'ssions" magazine were given by various members. Plan St. 1'atrick Parly. The Home Economics Club held its regular meeting "Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Irwin Mountain. Miss Mary Anderson, home CLOnomi.s representative for Fayette county, gave a demonstration of rug making Plans wcic made for St. Patrick's Day parly. Mrs. George Colboin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krepps, Albert Caporale, Albert Shipley and daughter, Dorothy, Charles Harlan, Frank Kooser and son Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Leland T,s- sue, Roy Shipley and Charles Cole were callers in Connellsville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Prinkcy of Torrance visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reid Prinkcy, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher of Uniontown visited Mrs. Joseph Gibson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Galiardi and daughter, Sandra, of Uniontown visited Mrs. Galiardi's father. John Dalil, over the week-end. Mrs. F. B. Livingston, Mr.s Geit- rude Goldsboro, Miss Zona Kulh Robinson were callers in Connellj;- *-ilIe "Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McDowell ot Lmiontou'n and Mrs. Fiank Livingston of McKeespoit visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marietta Sunda. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mountain of Scottdale visited Mr. and Mrs Homer Miller and Mr. and Mrs. i i w m Mountain Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jt.iy Cramei \ iMtcd friends at Indian Head Sun- lay. Seven Couniians Loss Automobile Driving Rights le Stores Close at Miss Sue Bosley Tries SmuJ^es Shiners? How couid you? These are charcoal smudges Miss Sue BOMUJ of Louisville, Ky., has placed beneath her ej es lo protect against the violet rays of Palm Beach sunds. ICentral Press) Bear Run Rev, Rikhey Will Preach This Evening BEAR RUN. Feb. 15.--Mr. and Mrs. William Shiveley of Greensburg visited Lelatives Here Sunday. ^ ,,, T ,, Mrs. Bes=,e Friend attended the J* 01 '- TW ' J ' R'lchcy w.ll preach on W. C. T. U. meeting held at the home God » Lov ? !m Mcn at thc revival, of Mrs. Nevada Detlmg of Mill Run s c l v l c e ton 'S ht at tnc Mount olive last Thurschy United Brethren Church. Special Mr. and'Mrs. Arnold Slull and j mu! " c wil1 be rendered by the choir. daughter of Jones Mill visited the . former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob t Stull, Sunday. bpue'.ii lo The Courier GHIOPYLE, Feb. 15--Union ic- v i v . i l meet ugi wcie begun Sunday night with the regular seivices by Rev. F. S. Wortman in the Baptist Chuich, and v. ill continue in thc Mothodibt Cliiux-h Rev. Truxali, pastoi of the Methodist Church, re- Mdi.'ig ;it Youngwood. will assist Rev. Worlman ,is often as possible. The merchants will close their places of business al 8 o'clock during the meetings. Craylon Shipley Buried. The Baptist Church was filled to ilanding space Sunday oftemoon when many frier.ds paid their last tribute to a lite long citizen, Crayton Shipley, fin years old, who died Thuisd.-'y evening .it the family home after an illness of several months. Rev. I rank Wortman oflic aled. Deceased is survived by hii widow ,ind eight ch idien as f o l - I low.v Herbci'., Lloyd, Chester, Mrs. ' Daisy Wallace, Mrs. Chloe Taylor. Mr.s. Amelia Burmvorlh, Mary and Eugene. Interment was nude in the Hick- niiii Chapel Ccmcteiy al Whig Corner. Third Child a Girl. A daughter was born Thuisday to Mr and Mrs. Francis Cunningham at ConnellsvJle State Hospital. The little miss .5 tie third child in the CITIZENSHIP BLANKS WILL BE USED TO DROP [WPA ALIENS IT AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED, TRY, TRY, AGAIN By United Press BOSTON, Pub. 15.--On J^niMry 7, Fred MM uc r, 38, leaped from a fourth lloor window oi his apartment,, landed on soft ground and was only bi'uibed. L,£ist Satui d;iy ho Icjped from Ilai vard bridge into the Charles river, but wiib rcpcued by a passerby. Today, at city hospital, where he \va* under observation, he eluded his nurse, jumped from a s.xlh floor widow to n paved courtyard, and was killed. family and the first daughter. Personals. Mr. \md Mis. James Burn worth who v/eie recently married near Scrnnton, spent several days last week wtih Mr. Burnworth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Burnworth. Glenn King o£ Rccdsvillc is visiting his sistei and family, Mr. and M i s Walter Seese. Mrs. M. C. Skinner, who has been ill at her home at Wnig Corner, is repoi Led no better. Entertains Mission Circle. Mrs. Laura Hohlfe entertained the Ladies Mission Circle o£ the Baptist Church at her home in Sherman street Friday evening. Two new members were admitted, making an attendance of 22 for the evening. By United Press WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. -- The Walks Progress Administration said loddy it expected lo put 3,000,000 "citizenship blanks" in the hands oi WPA cnrollees by April 1 so Ihdt the WPA can fulfill the recent order of Congress to remove aliens from the rolls. Administrator Francis C. Harrington said that each WPA enrollee would be required to certify his or her American citizenship. Those unable to do so must be dropped. NERVES FEEL FRAYED LIKE THIS* O When, your liead aches, when. your nerves feel as if about to snap, use Capudtne. It not only relieves pain gently and quickly, but soothes tense nerves. Capudtnc'a quick action Is due to its being liquid--Its Ingredients are nlready dissolved, all ready to work. Will Probated. GREE.N'SBURG, Feb. 15--The will UNIONTOWN, Feb. 15.-- Seven Fayette county motorists lost their operating privileges, according to the .State Motor Police here. Wayne Hook of Markleysburg had his license revoked for misstatement of facts. Suspensions were handed out to George Meaco of Dunbar for reckless driving, Robert A. Marnrll of dun- bar for no driver's license, James 13. j Connellsville Saturday Knox of Adah as incompetent on- r Joe Starks and son of Van Metei erator, Catherine Gf'^ if U n - ' i i s l i - a Mr. and Mis. Ricnard Staik iontown for no operator's license and j SuYiday. failure to anpcar at a hearing, Alfred Harrv Brugh of Rockwood was. visiting in the community Wednesday, of Thomas II. Downs, late ot Mount Mr. and Mrs Marvin Skinner of Pleasant township, was probated Maikleysburg and S. C. Skinner of j here. The estate is valued at 56,500 j Margaret I and George B Downs and William ' Downs ore the executors. At her 1 Confluence visited Mis Skinner last Thuisday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trcacher of \ death, the estate shall pass in equal j Uniontown visited the lattei's par- shares to children and two grand-' ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scarlett, children. Sunday. Earl Skinner started to make maple sugar at his sugar camp Wednesday, nclbville. Mr. and Mrs. Summerfield Miss Lydia Friend was a caller in a"d daughter of Irwm and Mi. and Mis. Geoige Skinner of Mill Rjn. There was a mistake in last week's news. It should have read 18,745 chapter read in the Bible at Hickman Visitors oJ i.Irs. M. C. Skinner Sun- ' Chapel last year instead of 11,788, D. Ayers t.t LaFJellc 1 , involved in a day were TOi and Mis. Rodney' as wa? staled. Revival meetings fatal accident, and John Koplosky oi \ Woodrnaney of 'ndian Head, Mr. and endrd Sund.iy mornirg after two Uniontown for reckless driving and \ Mrs. Lloyd Oldl:n.d and daughter and j weeks o£ services. Twenty-one new no operator's .'ic'.'iise. i J. H. Tissue and Alvy Moon of Con- members were taken into the church. I T ' S A M E R I C A ' S N E W E S T C A R ! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * STYLE LEADERSHIP--Modern, flowing lines 05-HP. V-TYPE ENGINE--8 cylinders give smoothness. Small cylinders give economy HYDRAULIC BRAKES -- Easy acting--quick, straight stops BS«, WISIE, KOOMY BODIES--On 116-inch wheclbasc-- 127-inch springbase SCIENTIFIC SOUNDPROOFING--Noises hushed Jor rjaivl ride February 15, 1939. N. Pittsburgh and Peach Street 117 West Crawford Ave. Coiineilsville, Penna. Extra Special In Our Meat Dept's. Lean, Sugar Cured, --a real buy*--While Our Supply Lasts -. 15c Fine Quality P% «3 ffTM £lb. Ific Freshly Ground Beef Ib. 1 Sc Lamb Breast To Stew, 2 Ibs. 15c Smoked Picnic Shoulders, Ib. 15c Lakeview Sliced Bacon,J^, X. 15c Weiners, Ring or Jumbo Bologna Ib, 1 5c Fancy Quality Fish Fillets ? to "Waste--Ready for the Pan 2 Ibs. 15c Small Size, Sugar Cured, Skinned, Whole or Shank Half Sfl!iliorn Fresh Crisp Corn Flakes Butter Kernel Corn N. B. C. Shredded Wheat Pabst-ett Cheese Delicious for Sandwiches, C PK«- OC ;? n? lOc Tkg. He "I O pke- l^c s.14c Entirely iicw in name, design and performance, the Mercury 8 is the chief topic of motoring conversation. Enthusiastic owners spread the good new;, ahout this big, roomy car's V- type engine . . . its remarkable quiet and deep-cushioned i-ouU'orl . . . its hydraulic lirake^uul other U[J-v:ilu,ek';Hiiyep. Local dealers i n v i t e you to see -- and d r h e -- t h e new Mercury! Four Mercury body types: Sefhn, Town-Sedan, Sedan- Coupe, Sport Convertible. Prices (delivered in Detroit, taxes extra) begin at..... P R I C E S I N C L U D E T H I S E Q U I P M E N T fepnre ivhi:el, tire nnd tube; cigar liglitcr; electric clock; lock for ^love coin|Kiilmenl; (le luxe hvo-fcpokn steering wheel; tv-in air-electrie horns; two snn visors; dual \vitui- sliifld w i p c i ^ ; heildligill beillii inilic.Hor; foot headlight bc.Tfn control; Inunpera wilii bumper gu.ircl-; anb t r . i j s in iiiblrmiienl panel mid ri'ar a i m rests; i«o t.iil and =lnp lighls; Ii.ittery.L.indition jniJic.itor; (liiiiinhn; i(niu-t)l f u r i r i ^ l n i n i r n t l i ^ l i t ^ ; g r i l l e for radio spejker: Kli^tb^:. Steel \%beel b.uuU. F O R D . B U I L T M E A N S T O P V A L U E JMIOM- ( 0 7 ;. 19c ta!! can 12c Q u a l i f y Jiui White Crushed Sweet Corn Alaska Best Pink Salmon Target Corned Beef Fine Granulated Sugar N°- 2 Clean «·»*· la " Qr can *^ ^ paper bae« Vine Qmilit}' Pillsbury's Best Flour Crackin' Good Crackers Hurff's Quality Spaghetti Webster's Tornato Soup 24 Ib back Fresh Beets or Carrots Fancy Quality Red Yams Crisp Tender Celery Hearts rkg. "·M o-'-tT- can »JC 3 ^ s lOc . 17c TM*huuclies ·** CFv^ i Ibs. 25c 3 JTMOc

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