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/ PAGE TEN THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 193S.. DUNBAR'S FIRST EAGLE SCOUT HONORED; OTHERS ADVANCE GET UP SLEEPY HEAD AND SPREAD THE NEWS! Plans Made for Observance of National Scout Week. FATHER-SON DINNER'ARRANGED The Capital Whirl By International. News Service. Special to The Courier. . DUNBAR, Feb. 1.--The Boy Scout court of honor conducted in the Methodist Protestant Church Thursday evening was one of the most interesting ever held in tl.ls community. Hobert Miller of Hary Hill was awarded the coveted Eagle Scout rating, the first local boy to have achieved the attainment. Committeemen Thomas Clements, John Golden and Harry Ainslcy were jn charge of the tests and conferred the honor upon Scout Miller. Merit tests passed by the honor scout were beekeeping, life saving, swimming, pioneering, cooking and camping. .Other scouts passing tests for merit badges were: Dominic Pancella for markman- ship, cooking, automobiling, hiking, handicraft, beef "production, cycling, : business, dnirying and gardening. Gerald .Rossi for cooking, bird ; study ."camping, handicraft, painting. Frank Moore for agriculture, first Â· aid to farm animals, conservation, physical development, forestry, reading, farm mechanics, bird study, flre- 'manship and animal industry. . J. D. Baker for cooking, carpentry, cycling, flrcmanship, woodwork, SoTiculture, automobiling, beekeeping, business, camping, farm, home and its planning, reptile study, wood turning and Life Scout requirements. Irvin Martin for carpentry, flrc- manship, woodwork, handicraft, farm mechanics and bird study. Robert Sehce for gardening,, rcad- . ing, personal health, safety and'fire- :manship. Emerson 'Hosteller, Earl Hardy, "Â· Robert; Hardy and Arthur'Moore :pHsseT.tlic requirements for'second "class scouts and George Mesco passed his tenderfoot test. Â· Plans lor the observance of National Scout Week were also announced. They will, be carried out in the fol- 'lowing manner: - - '-Â· Sunday evening, February 6, services in - tHe--Methodist - Episcopal Church at'7:30 o'clock with the pastor, Hev. O. G. Cook, delivering the massage. Â· Â· Monday evening, February 7, the regular meeting of the troop. Thursday evening, February 10, father and son banquet in the dining room of the Presbyterian Church at 7 o'clock. Rev. Carl Chapman' of Pittsburgh, the first scoutmaster of . the present troop, will be guest speaker. Saturday, a hike, the destination as yet undecided. During the week each of the four patrols will have a window display in different stores in the community, showing various projects which they have been working on. It Js the 27th anniversary of scouts 5n the Nation and the 14th anniversary of the local troop. Auxiliary Meeting On Tuesday. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary; will be held Tuesday evening at the homo of Mrs R.- R. Morrison in .High street, with Miss Mable Golden, .acting as co- hostess. Plans for attendance nt trl- county council will be made. Shower for Nwvlywcds. Miss Irene Provance of this place and Mrs. Samuel Harper of Smock entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs George Provance on Saturay evening in honor bÂ£ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerns, recently married. The evening was spent In playing a Â·wide .variety of games. Refreshment^ were served. The couple received many usefu and attractive gifts. Out-of-town Kuests were Mrs. J. W. Butler an daughter, Marcella, Mrs. J. D. Leigh ty and daughter, Mary, Mrs. Vf. W Kern, Eleanor Kern, George Kem .Maxwell Harlzell'and Mrs. Jame Shaver of Juniata, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Harper of Smock, Mr. an Mrs. Ralph Galley of Dawson, Mr and Mrs. Hay Gore, Gertrude O'Don uell, Erma Harris, Gladys Leasur of Conncllsville and Pennsville. Mrs. Kerns was formerly Mil Gladys Provance and was employe by the Bell -Telephone Company an the F. W. Woolworth Company prio to her marriage. The newlyweds ar making their home with Mr. an Mrs. George Provance. Continued from Page Four, new names entered the speculation with regard to the Democratic gubernatorial question. Among these .were Walter Joncs;~ wealthy- Pittsburgh oil man; Harvey Huffman, president pro tempore of the State Senate; Public Utility Commissioners Thomas Buchanan and Guy K. Bard; State Senator George Rankin, Pittsburgh. OÂ£ the newcomers on the ticket horizon only Huffman represents the old guard of the party. ; Although Judge John S. Fine of Luzcrne county has declared he will be neutral in the Pinchot-James primary fight for the Republican nomination for Governor, it was generally believed he will be in the James corner when May 17 rolls around, hilc Fine has never been on very icndly political terms with James e broke with the "old scout" shortly !ter the November 2 election when c was defeated for reelection to the uzcrne county bench. His lieuten- nts were on hand plugging for amcs at the Plymouth "draft" pil- rimage last week, and the consensus as Fine will abandon his "neutral" oak before very long. DAY IN WASHINGTON BY DAVID LAWRENCE So far the Democratic party has its enatorial situation practically set- cd and the Republican party 'has its ubernatorial picture practically omplcted. In the Democratic slate iaking conference, Governor George i. Earle's candidacy for the Senate jcmcd the only point settled. Jn the :epublican scramble Pinehot and amcs were outstanding gubcrnator- -\l candidates but there has been radically no talk of a senatorial andidate. G. Mason Owlett, Hepub- lican State senator from Tloga, has een mentioned for the berth, but is candidacy was believed unlikely. Golden Yellow BANANAS 5-.lhs.23ii- Sweet Juicy TANGERINES .Joz.10c Sweet Juicy Florida ORANGES each 1c Black Twig APPLES 10ib.25c large Jersey Sweet Potatoes,! Olb.25c Fancy New CABBAGE lb.4c Well Bleached ESCAROLE 3lb.25c Purple Top TURNIPS 4lb.15c Larffc Mealy POTATOES 2pks45c QUALITY FRUIT MARKET 137 W. Crawford Aye. ' Connelslvllle. Penna. Congressman Robert F. Rich oÂ£ iVoolrich, Republican, announced his intention to seek reelection. For the ast eight years, Rich has represented he 16th district in Washington. It omprises Lycomlng, Clinton, Potter, Tioga, McKean and Cameron coun- ies. Continued from Page Four, which he or she has been previously afllliated in another city shall be designated. Thereupon the card when filled out is transmitted to the group of churches in which the choice falls and a minister from the nearest neighborhood arranges for a personal call. It is not the mechanism Itself, however, which is so important as the spirit back of the move. The idea that churches of all kinds can join together in a common endeavor to promote the very thing which the ditcatorship countries are denying is a fact which leads encouragement to the preservation of democracy's principles. This is not the only effort here, of course, which seeks to inculcate a sense of religious feeling among those who are not attending any churches regularly. Thus, for instance, the Oxford Group movement las for the last year been particularly active in the Nation's.capital, seeking with its "rising tide" literature to interest persons prominent in official and unofficial life, hoping that they will spread their influence among others to awaken not so much a sectarian feeling as a renewed faith in God-control. It is an extraordinary thing that ,n the meticulous effort which has been made to keep church and state separate in America, there has been a tendency in nnd around government to abandon church altogether Yet it is an acknowledged fact tha' out of spiritual reawakcnings come the deepest manifestations of individual character and hence collective morality. These arc times when clas: feeling is oftentimes bitter and extensive. To mellow this atmosphen of hate nnd antagonism is not th least of the tasks which will have a bearing on how the pressing ceo nomic problems of the present and If the Wash inter-church There is a possibility an amplify- ng system may be installed in the Senate chambers, similar to the CDC n tho House of Representatives. Such a move is under consideration. Brunctto Co-eds Preferred. KENT, Ohio, Feb. 1. -- Men at lent State University p r e f e r irunettcs. Sever.ty-uvc per cent of he males participating in a poll by Kampus Daze, campus humor magazine, dicloscd their preference for brunette women. They also voted almost unanimously against the 'beautiful but dumb" type of co-ed. future are worked out. ington experiment in cooperation can be applied elsewhere if within the government building some day the architects set asid small meditation chapels for week day convenience, if, indeed, govern ment itself begins to feel the nee for greater emphasis on cpiritua values, then many an entangle problem of class friction will begin to yield to solution as the cxampl set by government spreads to other! walks of life. nmmings Commends / Jackson for Service / By United Press.' .WASHINGTON, .Feb. I.--Attorney General Homer S. Cummings oday told a Senate Judiciary subcommittee considering the nomina- ion of Robert H. Jackson to be So- iictor General that the young New Dealer had rendered "notable scrv- ce" wil'i the Department ol Justice. At the same time. Senator William U. King, Democrat, Utah, announced .hat he wants to question Jackson on his views on "our form o^t government." While Holland awaited the birth of an heir to Crown Princess Juliana of Holland, this army lieutenant dozed beside the teletype machine in the palace at The Hague, ready to flash the news. The baby was born yesterday. It was a girl. It's certain that the lieutenant's nap was thoroughly broken when the nurse, or other attendant, ran to him with the good news.' Princess Juliana wanted a girl nnd her husband, Prince Bernard, was hoping for a boy. When the people of Holland heard the glad tidings they began a celebration expected to last for several days. .KEKl'IXU HOWS TUB COST OK LIVING Every year 50 million people lose 500 million dollars due . to loss of work and other attending expenses as a result of colds, but who can count the even greater loss in health? Start taking Father John's Medicine. For 83 years it has been recommended and used successfully by one generation after another as a treatment for colds and a proven body, builder. It must be good. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR COLD 83 YEARS IN USE CKOWX PRINCESS JULIANA Third Crash Victim Dies. GREENSBURG, Feb. 1.--Death of Mrs. Sarah Johnson, 60, wife of W. J. Johnson of Northsidc, Pittsburgh, increased the fatal toll in the automobile crash near Murrysvillc Sunday night to three. Mr. Johnson nnd Mrs. Edna Masters, 7, of McKccs- port, had been killed almost instantly. STARVED By STOMACH PAIRS usod by Excess. Add 'Â·Too much stomach acid can | cftiueatoiofplnauddittreu. Food doetn't dlge*t properly, pas civeÂ» you pain tnd heart* burn, you feel burning Â«Â«n*x- tions. bloat and belch continu- ftlly.Youdon'teaiuyouchould and of tan loao weight tut. Do not Ulta halfway mcaaurt* or dangerous d rues. buUry famous Uu to allay acid stomach diÂ»- trcaa. Only Jl for a full week's convincing treatment on UDGA'Spoflitivteiurantcr of mtutaciionormoneyUck. AskforUdcaat UNION DRUG COMPANY and all good dnifi stores. ARY FUR BY THE STONE FUR COMPANY, NEW YORK renowned for their excellence in quality, fashion and value At Emphatically Low Prices WED., THUR., FRI. and SAT.-FEB. 2-3-4-5 This is the Greatest February Fur Sale in our history! It's important to us and we are determined to make it just as important to you. We're offering you a chance to buy: Persian, Squirrel, Hudson Seal Caracul, Silver Muskrat, Pony and a good many others ... at the price you're accustomed to paying for cloth coats. This lime the Stone Fur Co. has outdone even its own past records. Whether you need a Fur Coat for immediate wear, or whether you are planning to buy one next season, this is the time to buy. Never again, we believe, will such au op'por- tunity occur. There's no need for you to postpone that FUR COAT any longer. 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