The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1939 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 15, 1939
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FACE TEN. THJHi DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVPLLE. PA'. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1933. LARGE CROWD AT INSTITUTE, MT. PLEASANT Pensive Princess Have to Turn Many Away From Annual Farmers' Program. SPONSORED BY SERVICE CLUBS Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 15 -The largest attendance ever to be enjoyed at any Farmers' Institutes to be held heie was recorded Tuesday when 1,235 persons were admitted and many more had to be turned away. The weather was ideal a'ld the interest shown in the program was greater than ever before. The institute, presented in the Grand Theatre, was sponsored by the Rotary and Kiwanis clubs and the business men of Mount Pleasant in cooperation with the Westrndre- land County Agricultural Association. Rev. Ernest G. Sawyer, pastor of the United Berthren Church, presided at the meeting The morning session opened at 9:15 o'clock and had the following numbers: Entertainment by the chorus of the seventh grade pupils of tne Junior High School under the direction at Mrs. Carl Laurter, invocation, Rev. Harold C. Baer, pastor, of the Fiist Evangelical and Rcfoimed Church; address of welcome, Clarence E. Zimmerman; response, J. B. Honse; address, "Growing and Curing Soybeans," E. 3. Walter, extension specialist in agronomy, Pennsylvania - State College; music, Ramsay High sextet, Robei t George, Thoburn Snyder, Eugene Stefi, James Davis, John Nixon and Charles Thompson; and address, ''Soil Erosion Pieven- tion,'' A. E. Cooper, extension specialist in agionomy, Pennsylvania State College. At the afternoon session there was music by Ramsay High School Band: motion pictuies by the courtesy of the Grand Theatre; address, "Efficient Management in the-Kitchen," Miss Edith Morton, extension specialist in home management, Pennsylvania State College; music, "Little German Band," Ramsav High School, and address, "Bang's Disease Eradication," R. H. Olmstead. Birth at Hospital. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Secora of Calumet at Frick Memorial Hospital at 2 o'clock this morning. Entertains Society. Mrs. W. F. Smith of Smithfield street was hostess Tuesday evening to the Women's Missionary Society Df the Reunion Presbyterian Church at its regular business and social meeting. Valentine Exchange, An exchange of valentines was held Tuesday afternoon at the Third Ward school. Each room took part in the exchange. Youth Temperance Meeting: The Youth Temperance Council will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. S. S. Cuthbert of Church street. Thomas Galley Improves. Thomas Galley of West Washington street, who has been ill of pneumonia, fs very much improved. Personal. Mrs. Thomas Hyde of. Washington, D. C., is visiting with friends in Mount Pleasant. Mrs. Hyde, before her marriage, was Miss Hazel Stull. Leadership School. The third session of the Leadership Training School, sponsored by the Mount Pleasant-Donegal district of the Westmoreland County Sunday School Association, was held Tuesday evening in the Middle Presbyterian Church. Entertains Card Club. Mrs. Samuel E. Schindle entertained the card club, of which she is a member, at her home in West Main street Tuesday evening. Two tables of cards were brought into play. C. H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY 'BARBER'S ROMANCE 1 ENDS IN DIVORCE Musical Program in Assembly, The musical piogram presented in assembly for the underclassmen was: String ensemble, Jcdn Fuchrei, Bob tcfl, Betty Joidan and Norma Elpern; talk. "History of Valentines and Superstitions)," Leonard Long; ducts "Indian Love Cdll," and "All, Sweet Mystciy of "Life," Kathleen Barnes and Joan Goc, and solo, Betty Lee Dixon. Princess Elizabeth Watching a performance of "Litttt Red Riding 1 Hood" in pantomime al the Covent Garden theatre in Lon don, is Princess Elizabeth, chin OT. hands and looking very grouTi-up. LAST RITES HELD FOR MRS. BLAIR "Shooting 499 Consecutive Fouls," leferung to basketball." SI. VaJentine's Fropram. Mathiido Gioih gave d talK concerning tbe ongin u£ SI. Valentine's Day in Miss Gi?ii_e AdcT.n's Senior Homeroom 5. Woids v.'oe made frum the woid "Valentine" with Jean Bis,e' winning the prize by forming 5S words Shakespeare Studied. Miis Edith Kioto's sophomore English classes are studying Shakespeare and reading "Julius Caesar." A Professor Quiz was neld pertaimrg to the life o£ Shakespeare and the plot of "Julius Caesar." Mr. Lewis Leads Discussion. Senior Homeroom 40-A held a general discussion on the topic, "Ethics of Job Holding,' after the sponsor, J. F. Lewis, gave an interesting talk on the subject. the period reheaising a play to piesented shortly in aisemoly. he Pictuies were distnbuteci, a play fur assembly rehearsed and valcn- tmeb distributed from a prettily decorrfted box in Miss -Mybel Colaen'b homeioom. "Information Please," Jean Sullivan had chaige of the piogiam in Senior Homeioom 10 which was "Information Please." Jack Willard and Roberts Spjngler were the winneis. Election and Program in 3. Hay Solomon was elected president j a tier much electioneering by the,'girls ' in Room 3. Other officers elected were: Trudie Waugaman, vice-president, and Elj^abeth Mauser, secretary. After the election, Grace Smith iold o£ tne Origin of St. Valentine's I tHauskce Day. A Piofessor Quiz was held by Jane Will tarns and Eva Jo^n Hjce wuh questions beirg asked about Valentine Day. At the close of. the quiz, Gesela Zei nick talked for the remainder of the period, telling of numerous correspondence she maintains u ith friends m Asm, Austria, Switzerland and other counti es. Gesela forme; ly lived m Austria before coming here. Wolf Pursuers Band. CHANDLER, Okia , Feb. 15.---A four-county wolf hunteis association is envisioned by sporUmcn here. G. W. Ross, vice-picsiclent of the Deep Fork Vailoy Hunters Association, said that the p. ejected oigan- GRE2NSBUEG, Feb. 15--Romance of a small town Westmoreland county barber who went to New York with his savings in 192!) and mauied a flashy Cuban senonta ended in Uie cLvorce com is. President Judge Charles E Wh.t- tcn fii anted a divoice/to Lhc barber, Edwaid N. Tracey, who lives with his patents near Irwui and operates a barber ihop in Allegheny county, on the official grounds that his wife, Mercedes Mendo/M Tiacey li id descried lv*n. Tracey told a divorce master that his wife deserted him because she considei ed Irwin "a one-horse town with nothing to do and no place to ization would incot porate associations I go." lie sa,d he frequently took her in Lincoln, Oklahoma, Cioek and Many out-of-town relatives attended the funeral held for Mrs. Mary B. Blair at her residence at 1309 West Crawford avenue They included Harry A. Blair and family of Dorrnont, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gundak2i of Irwin, Mr. and Mis. Elmer Wcisnonse and Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Welshonse of Latrobe. Mrs. K. B. Mitchell and William Mitchell of Wilkinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. William Slough and Mrs. Fred Klein of Dover, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Pickctt and Miss Nellie Pickett of Akron, Onio, W. B. Pickett of Wilkinsburg, Mrs Doiothy Smead of G-reensburg, John Shelley and Mrs. Francine Hyett of Pitcairn, Mrs. Hose Momson, Mi and Mrs. Thomas Owens and Mrs. James Morrison of McKeesport. and Mrs. Ed Lyons, Jacob Lynch, Mrs. Saian Lynch. Mr, and Mrs. H. S. Coughenour, Victor Cough-nour and Mrs. Agnes Critch- Qeld, all of Un.ontown. The songs, rendered by the First Bapt st Chuich chon, were: "Jesus Savior Pdot IV]e ' and "Going Down the Valley." Pailbeaieis were Robert Hazen, Paul Wetherell, Hice Boyd, H. D. Shearer, Jr., Lou Stew,ill and James Prirkey. Burial was made in Hill Glove Cemetery. Rev, J. S. Brownlee of Ebensburg, former pastor of the First Baptist Church here, officiated. Foundry Workers Buy Home. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 15.--Standard Garage building in West Peter street was sold for $28,000 to trustees for Union Labor Club Building for use of the International Brotherhood of Foundry Employes. The building is to be converted jnlo a home for the union. Pay Off ALL Your Bills With a Personal Loan Then have LESS to pay each month, because you have only ONE place to pay. There'll be more LEFT OVER for your living expenses. Mam requirement, just your ability to repay the loan in small sum;, regularly. No co-makers. Kb indiscreet inquiries. "Personal Credit" loans up to S300 on your signature only, or those oC husband and wife. Come in or phone FINANCE COMPANY Second Floor, lioon: He del BuJId 326 IV. Crawlord Kianr 34. Georgre R. Holmes Dies. WASHINGTON, Feb. 15,--George R. Holmes, 43, manager o£ the "Washington bureau of International News Service since 1922, died of a heart attack at his home. He served as a lieutenant during the World War. Officers Elected. Bayonne Dunkle was elected president of Junioi Homeroom 8-B, sponsored by Miss Marguerite Davis. Other officcis were Maran -Hanus vice-president, and Rita Falcone, secretary. Games Played. Games were played throughout the period in. Senior Homeroom 23 in. charge of Gunner Hcimoralh, S. B, Miller and Maitha Vmoski. Earl Recordings Enjoyed, Rtngler, Art Graham and Abraham Lincoln Discussed. Harold A, Swank led a discussion pertaining to Abraham Lincoln after having lead exceipts fiom an article written by Robeit Sheiman about Lincoln m Senior Homeroom 5. Valentine Box in Room 1. Junor Homeroom 1 went childish Tuesday afternoon and had a valentine box with three postmasters. A business meeting preceded the distribution ot valentines. Questionnaire on Lincoln. Frank NewiH had charge of the questionnaire concerning the life of Abraham Lincoln, in Jurror Home- Cccjl Wagnei p]acd recordings on room 7-B, sponsored by Miss Edith an amplifier in Jun.or Eomeroom 24, sponsored by Lloyd Shaner. Breakfast Hike Planned. Plans \\ere toimulated for a bieak- fast hike to be taken Satin day, February 18, by Senior Homeroom 26. Alyce KefTer is general chairman. Floto. "Alone" Reviewed. Miss Gladys Phillips reviewed the book, "Alone," by Admiral Byrd, in Junjoi Homeioom 39 41-A Elects OfTicrrc. Elizabeth Norni v, t is elected president of Senior Homeroom 41-A in charge of Miss Loretta Galiardi. Other officers are, Naomi Frnzer, vice- president, and Dorothy Beeman, secretary. Sports Talks. Three fine talks marked the program oT the Sports Ciub, sponsored by WiJham E Doldc. They were "Major Robertson's Pretzel," pertaining to road racing; "Hell Bent foi Death," concerning tiack racing, and Valentine Party Held. Sophomore Homeroom 8 held Valentine party at 3:45 o'clock Tuesday. Valentines were distributed and lunch comprising of ice cream, cakes and candy hearts wns served. The committee in charge was Virginia Eberharter, Thomas Brown, Mary Jane Russell and Fay Mayo. Miss Beatrice Horcwitz is sponsor. to shows, parties and night clubs but still she iv as not satisGea. (due to o'oSds) Don't lot di r i rcsa of cllcst colds or s modic croupy coui^hb/due to colds go untreated? Rub Children's Musteroleoa child's throat, chest nnd back at once- This milder iJrm ol 'regular Muaterola penetrates the surface skin, warms and stimulates locn! circulation. Floods th« bronchial 'ubcq with its soothing, relieving vapors. Musterole bringaaucb speedy relief because it'3 WORE than "just » B.Uvc." Rejommended by m-ny doctor* and nurses. Three strengths: Regular, Children's (mild) and Extra Strong, 40£ Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. All druggists. CHILDREN'S JUNIOR HIGH NEWS Nouns are bemg studied in Miss Dorothy Duggan s eighth grade English classes and adjectives and adverbs an the seventh grade classes Picturrs were distributed to the students m A. R. Marshall's homeroom. A valentine exchange, was held in Miss Susan Hicks' homeroom after which a short play pertaining to Abraham Lincoln was given. Miss Mae Zimmerman's room spent DELUXE HUDSON PRICED DOWN WITH DEIUXC MODELS OF THE "OTHER THREE" and up, delivered fa Detroit, equipped la drive; including Federal taxes, act iacJud- IIIK state and local l a x c s , i f a n y . Low- time payment terms, w i t h new Hudson CI.T. Pisa. Prices subject to chanKe without notice. YOU'RE SAFER IN A HUDSON 112 · HUDSON SIX * HUDSON COUNTRY CLUB SIX AND EIGHT E. E. VAN SCOY, INC. 253 E. Crawford Arc., Conuellsvilte, Pa. S/iop Economically Thursday At . . . . S Save on Things You Need and Want TWIN FRYERS Used together for frying, roasting, and Dutch-oven meals. Used sen- arately as two fry pans. Bakchtc S3 25; handles. W «· . « . * £G ' **·" S A U C E P A N S E T T h r e e sizes In £jf%*)Q p o p u l a r s t y l e . T* S*jf Capacity marked ^ f c u s E T in cups. Smooth REG. J3.OO bottoms. Hound includes i-qt, corners. i K-qt and.?-qt. D O U B L E B O I L E R S Cup-marked to s a v e t i m e . E a s y - h o l d handles prevent tipping. Easy- clean corners. Dome covers. LOT. $|49 «EO.$1 75 * * BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY! 52x,VJ ( ottou C Table Cloths '-5c linen Dish Ton els 22c $1.31) to Curtains Tailored, ruffled and cottage. A closeout group--so hurrv! Sofn Pillows Luxurious looking rayon satin in solid colors with quilted design. Seconds' of $2.70 5% Wool Blankets Extra bpcciai: 72x8-1 dou ble blankets in plaids. Save, now,! Oval Rag Rugs 19x34 braided rugs--colorful and \vashablp. Men s Shorts 19c Fresh and New SMASH SPECIAL Come in for your share of this saving! Of sturdy woven fabrics in neat, patterns. Button and gnpper fastening 17t Men's Rayon SOX 3 prs p r . . . o r . . f o 2 for 29c $1.00 Men's 18c Irish Linen H'dkfs Cleoronce Women's to $2.98 Crepe House Coats Clearance Misses' $2,98 to $9.95 Jackets $1.00 and $3.98 Clearance Group SI .98 Angora Sweaters 1.29 Clearance $1.98-$2.98 Jersey Blouses $1.39 Clearance Women's 79c and $1.00 Van Raalte Knit Pants, Vests, U'Suits, 2 for $1 29c Rayon Panties and Vests 4 for $1.00 Girls' and Misses' $1.00 to $1.89 Rain Coats and Capes . VB off Women's Gay Cotton Print Aprons, just 32c 54 inch Woolens, were $1.95, $2.95, $3.50, Now, yd. $1.00, $1.39, $1.69 Reg. 59c Rayon Crepe Dress Prints, yd. 49c 81x99 "Poplar" Tested Quality snowy white Bed Sheets, special . 69c 42x36 "Poplar" White Pillow Cases, ea. I4c The Ne¥/ G. E. Hotpoint IRON Regular Price $8.95 Trade-in Allowance $2.00 YOU PAY ONLY $6.95 A practically everlasting u n i t h e a r control d i a l ; button nooks: iew retracto cord. Up to $1.19 Cotton Frocks They'll brighten your home life! Save on several now Clearance of Girls' and Tots' Dresses Keif. $l.il8's $1.00 J{pir. $1.0(Ts 59c ~' )£·!,'. S.1.08 Van Pajamas and Gowns $1.00 Yes, now only $1.00! But hurry! Cotton knits ill Medium and large sizes. 59c Double Deck ring Cards Attractive backs--gel 2 decks, now for 47c. 3c Undue Tallies Ic Winter C o a t s Greatly Reduced GKOUL' 1 Were to $-5 OKOUl' -2 Were to $15 Now at the lowest prices yeU Not many but enough for earlv birds! Thrift Thursday Dress S p e c i a l s GKOCl' 1 *« f\f\ Were up ·**! I H I to $2.98 ».WW Print and solid color crepes. GJJOUr 2 (! W e r o i i p -P to H.").'.)5 . Styles to wear for Spring. GttOl'V :$ * Wm up «? to $m.',to Prints u.nd solid shades Hurry!

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