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February 16, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1G.-1835. I'i-llii UAJL.V (JUUKiJiJK. CUNNKJjL,SVrLLiB. PA. PAGE THREB. SPRINGTOWN MAN LOSES LEFT FINGER Amputation Performed At Frick Hospital in Mount Pleasant. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST SCOTTDALE, Feb. 16. -- Harrison Myers, 57 years old, of Springtown, near Scotldale, had a finger of his left hand amputated Wednesday at Frick Hospital, Mount Pleasant. Vets' Auxiliary Meets. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Hamilton Maloy Post, Veterans oil Foreign 1 Wars held its regular meeting Mon- j day evening at the post rooms in Everson. At the business meeting Mrs. Margaret Bair, Mrs. Ada Nawrocki, Miss Anna Byrne, Miss Essie Hill, Mrs. Helen Loetzbier and Mrs. Anastasia Bednarowicz, were named a committee to plan a party to be held at the post rooms February 27. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kate Felton and Mrs. Mary Watson. Valentine Party. Students o£ Mrs. Louise Casino Grasse at Everson school held a Valentine party at the Recreation Center Tuesday evening. There was an exchange of valentines and also cake and candy. Bingo was played, the prizes being furnished by the teacher. Jv'ame Girl Scout Patrols, Troop No. 2, Girl Scouts, has been divided into patrols as folows: First, Beverly King, Maria Home, Arlene Felgar, Lois Sherrick, Ann Marie Stoner, Cynthia Williams and Meredith Ware; third, Mary Lowry Byrne, Anna Clark, Patricia Home, Eileen Bashforth, Irene O'Laughlin, Irene Titterington, Joan Sherrick and Barbara Aiken; fourth, Dolores Baker, Laura Corkrans, Burnadette Helensky, Margery Flayer, Lorrayne Garrity, Anna Jane Meade, Elaine Murphy and June Mason. The second patrol was not named. Annual Co-Ed Dinner. . The ninth annual co-ed banquet ol | the Phalanx Fraternity was held j Wednesday evening at the Harbaugh home at Pennsville. Covers were laid for 40. William Fox was toastmaster, and Ross J. Medcalf, secretary of the Connellsville Y. M. C. A., the speaker. Corsages of sweetpeas were given as favors. Elmer Bentz was program chairman. Missionary Society Mecis. Mrs. Iva Ullery was leader at the meeting of the Missionary Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, held in the dining room of the parsonage Wednesday evening. At the close of the program a. social hour was held with the committee in' charge being Mrs. Ed Anderson, Mrs. John Krilscb- The Perfect Model MT. PLEASANT FIREMEN CALL OFF BANQUET Event Arranged for February 22 Indefinitely Postponed. PARADE DATE IS CHANGED C. H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY Lovely Nina Enaitiar MacDougald of New York and Freeport, L. I., was voted the "perfect artists' model" and won a trip to Palm Beach as a prize. She thinks she's a lucky lady. The local lads think they're lucky, too. gau and Miss Anna Steiner. Book Club Session. The regular meeting of the Book Club was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. E. C. Leighty in Grove street. Miss Sthel Loucks gave an interesting review on Dr. Arthur HezUler's book, "Horse and Buggy Days." Mrs. G. F. Kelly read poetry and Mrs. Addison . Gordon gave several entertaining readings. At the close of the meeting refresh- merits were served, with Mrs. Leighty, Mrs. Walter Jones and Miss Kathryn Jones as the committee in charge. Square Dance Held. A square dance was enjoyed Monday evening .by the adult people who attend the Recreation Center at Everson. The dances are free and well attended. Ciano's Newspaper Demands Italian, Non-Political Pope Farm Frolic March 3. Tiie seniors have planned a Farm Frolic for the class to be held in the gym at 7:30 o'clock March 3. Committees for the afftiir are: tickets, William Pryce; refreshments, Ann Laughlin; decorating, Jack Willard and Tom Soisson; entertainment, Frank McClui'e, .and clean-up, Bob Scmple and John Bittncr. Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 16,-At a meeting of the Mount Plea.sant Fire Department Tuesday evening it was decided to indefinitely postpone the banquet set for Wednesday evening, February 22. Thc parade date lor the firemen's fair was changed from June 29 to June 28. Change Meeting Date. Thc meeting of the junior auxiliary of the James E. Zundell Post, American Legion, has been changed from Tuesday evening to the third Monday of each month and will be held next Monday evening. An 'Americanization' 1 program will be presented. Music Club Meets Tuesday. The next meeting of (he Mount Pleasant Music Club will be held Characters Selected. I Characters were chosen [for the play called "Renovating Rostl," to be presented by the Homemakmg Club sponsored by Miss Alice Murphy. Those selected arc: Dorothy Williams, Betty Jo Workman, Freda Johnson, Don Baker, Nora Grace Williams, Jessie Boyer and Angelinc Marolt. Committees Appointed. Mrs. Russell Burkholder's Chem- crafl Club was divided into committees of two to plan programs for the remainder of the club year. Valentine Dance Success. Dan Cupid was out in full glory Saturday evening at the Girl Reserves' Valentine Dance. Novelty dances were scheduled on tile program and an entertainment as follows was presented: tap dance, Eileen Howard; double tap, Hhodii May Barren and Patty Lou Driscoll; song, Martha Gulhrie; Lambeth Walk, Dawn Sislcy and Jimmy G. Driscoll; acrobatic dance, Charlotte Oaks; tap dance, Rose Ann Collins; song, Roselyn Hulli; tap dance, Bill Finn; song, Dorothy Osterwise; vocal trio. Herd sisters; King and Queen of Hearts, Maurie ITorewitz and little Miss Larric Neill; trainbearer, Penny Neill. Lunch was served. Literature Day in Room 24. Lloyd Shaner's Junior Homeroom 24 observed a literature day with the program being arranged by Marie Wilson and Nora Grace Williams. It was: short story, "The Romance of. thc Busy Broker," Beatrice Trump; , Tuesday evening. February 21, in | short sU)rVi .. Al , American Hercules," the Sunday school rooms or the Re- E j_ sharp; reading, "In the Sleep- union Presbyterian Church. It will j nR car," Marie Wilson, and short present a "Program of the Ages." story, "Bequest," Henry McHobbie. By REYNOLDS PACKARD United Press Staff Correspondent. VATICAN CITY, Feb. 16.--The newspaper Telegrapho of Leghorn, organ of Count Galeazzo Ciano, i . Fascist foreign minister and son-in- Rev ' Y" O. Barnhnrt, the pastor is law of Premier Benito Mussolini, preachir.g the sermons. Mrs Edith The hostesses for the evening are Mrs. Harry Gcltemy, chairman, Mrs. Claude Harrer, Miss Gertrude Coldsmith, Miss Sara C. Goldsmith, Mrs. S. S. DeVaux, Miss Leah Carlson, Mrs. Russell J. Myers, Miss Rozella Creel, Mrs. Walter Ringler. Miss Dorothy Shields and Miss Vida Shumar. Hospital Staff Meets. The regular meeting of the siafC of Frick Memorial Hospital was held at the hospital Wednesdny at noon. Dr. M. J. McCloy read the paper. At the close a lunch was served. Infant DIPS. A son born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hulira of Calumet at 6:15 o'clock Wednesday morning at Frick Memorial Hospital, died at birth. In Frick Hospital. John Bitner of Kccksburg has been admitted to Frick Memorial Hospital for treatment. Many Attend Revival. The revival services being held each evening at the Church of God are continuing to draw large crowds. Movie on Birds. The Nalure Study Chib, sponsored by J. F. Lewis, was entertained with a movie of birds. Valentine Party Monday. Freshman Homeroom 20 held a Valentine party Monday at 3:05 o'clock. Games were played, valentines distributed and lunch served. Laura Cop.way was general chairman, Helen MerriU, food chairman and Helen Balaban, cntertainmen-t chairman. Latin Newspaper Published. The newspaper, "Novella Acto Diurna," edited by the students in Arthur Boylnnd's Latin classes, was published Tuesday. Many interesting Latin and English compositions were printed. Official Comment On Speed Plane's Crash Is Withheld MITCHELL FIELD, N. Y., Feb. 16. -Colonel James E. Chancy, commandant of Mitchell Field, declared that any official comment on the crash of the Army's newest and fastest pursuit plane would have to come .from Washington. The plane, a twin-engined, al- metal single-seater capable of flying 400 miles an hour, crashed late Saturday after an unannounced speed flight from March Field, CaL, with Lieutenant Ben S. Kelsey at the controls. Kelsey suffered a few minor scratches in the crash which demolished the plane. He was forbidden to talk to newspaper men. Chancy headed a board of inquiry which forwarded its report of the mishap to Washington late yesterday. The wrecked plane, known as the XP-38; an experimental craft, was dismantled and placed under guard in a hangar. The plane crashed as Kelsey was preparing to land. Its tricycle undercarriage fouled the top of a tree and the craft pancaked into a sand trap on the Cold Stream golf course, adjacent to the field. called for an Italian, non-political pope today and recommended Cardinal Dalla Costa, Archbishop of Florence, as successor to Pope Pius XI. As alternate, the newspaper suggested Cardinal Massimi, president of the commission for oriental codification. It was in an unsigned editorial that ttic newspaper, whose . editor, Giovanni Ansallo usually expresses the. Italian foreign office viewpoint, called for an "evangelical" pope rather than a "diplomatic" one. A non-Italian cardinal?" asked the Telegrapho. "No! For evident reasons. North America? Not Because North Americans are too much involved against the German struggle. South America? No! Because South America' is too openly opposed to the Spanish episcopate, which feels it has not sufficiently oacked the three years' civil war. As matter of fact, we do not see a foreign man capable of being pope." The newspaper then, called for an Italian who would "attend to the :are of souls," and rejected Cardinal Pacelli, secretary of state of the Vatican, who it said was noted as a diplomat. Telegrapho predicted that Pacelli would receive many votes in the early ballots of the College of Cardinals which is to meet late this month or on March 1. But it continued to say that thc first favorite was Cardinal Dalla Costa, "who is truly evangelical and saintly.*' j Marble cutters descended into the ) crypt of Si. Peter's this morning to t take measurements of. the Pope's triple coffin so they could myke the marble sarcophagus which is to cover it later. For the present, a wooden urn scribed with "F top of the coffin. The College of Cardinals, at its daily meeting, began preparations for the elective conceive which L to name a new pope. It was estimated that the care of the cardinals who will be isolated perhaps for days while they ballot would cost $100,000. Another mass was said for Pope Pius today. Monsignor Ralph Hayes, rector of the American College and former bishop of Helena, Mont., was delegated to celebrate ponlificial mass tomorrow at the Church of St. Susan. 40-8 Meets Tonight. GHESNSBUHG, Feb. 16.--Westmoreland 40 and 8 Society will hold open house at Greensburg Armory Lighfritz oC Elhvood City i;; lending the singing. Seniors at Courthouse. A number of seniors from Ramsay High School were at Greonsburg Wednesdny to visit the courthouse. Temperature Drops. The temperature this morning was eight above zero. It \vns one of the coldest mornings of the winter season. Personal. William Benson of Wheeling. \V. Vn., a former resident of this place, stopped off and visited friends in Mount Pleasant on his way to Jeannette nnd Cleveland, Ohio. S. L. Walker relumed Tuesday from Akron, Ohio, where he attended a sales conference of the General Tire Company. Movies ot Chicago. Movies of Chicago showing the j Ir.ke front, park projects, etc., marked llic program of the March of Time Club Wednesday. James Thompson worked the machine. Elimination Contests Held. Elimination contests for the Pennsylvania Forensic nnd Music League were held Friday with the following results: violin, Emma Jean Hay, accompanied by Marjone Hay; saxophone, Joe Reed, accompanied by Norm a Elpern; trumpet, John Jackson, accompanied by Norma Eipern, The winners will represent Con- ncllsville High School in the contests. Slogan Contest Held. Junior Homeroom 37 held a slogan contest in charge of Richard Malcolm after which the remainder of the period was spent in listening to Pete Ruggieri play the harmonica. Sophomore Vlay Committees. Committees for the Sophomore Class play have been nnmed as follows: Property crew, Jannie Dunkle, Fred Shraliow, Tom Blacka and June McDowell; advertising. Don Fosselman, Genevieve LaPorte, Mary Ellen Payne, Grace Pillu, Tom Gray and Gladys Brooks, and stage and lighting, Ned Shipley, Jay Lohr, James Martin, Gail Grouse and George Rudolph. The play, "Little Geraldine," will be presented next month. JUNIOR HIGH NEWS G-II had a Valentine party. Valentines were exchanged, games played and suckers and candy hearts were served as refreshments. Miss Catherine Francis is sponsor. Nature Study Club, sponsored by Miss Mae Zimmerman, is studying cocoons. The club earned $1 with which 16 were purchased. Hear of Camp Kennebcc. Charles D. Sisley addressed Junior Homeroom 2 Tuesday nnd told thorn of camp life at Camp Kennebec in Maine. Mr. Sisley has spent much time there as o campcraft councilor. "The Mock Wedding" withstood its final rehearsal and will be presented during club period next week. Miss Catherine Francis is sponsor. The Boys' Game Club gave a repeat today of the play they presented in assembly Tuesday. It was entitled, "How to Mnke Money." The characters were: Alfred Bieshada, Garry Feniello, Chris Siesky, Jack Klein, Don Henvick, Ray Goran, Lloyd Ghost and Mike Car.estralc: Sherrick Fisher is sponsor of the club. Says Conservation, of Wild Life and ,Natural Resourses Needed for Nation's Walfare Feet Getting Bigger, BALTIMORE, Feb. Ifi.--Don't look now--tout women's feet are getting bigger. Miss Eleanor M. Rutledgc, a fashion editor, is authority for this statement before the Middle Atlantic Shoe Retailers Association convention: "Letting the toes loose last year already has added a half-size to milady's foot, "referring to the open toe style. "Wearing of sandals ; and beach shoes has caused women's feet to broaden. Now they're letting the heels IOOFC too and thc la.st Eire By BUCK MARRYAT International News Service Staff Corresponden t. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 16.--Conservation of wild life and natural resources is essential to the welfare of the Nation, in thc opinion of Dr. Ira N. Gabriclson, chief of the United Slates Biological Survey. j "In the thoughless years," he con"\Ve can make a desert of t h i s i t i n u c d ' " wc drained and destroyed country or re-create its one-time a hundred million acres of marsh, an richness of wildlife-bird, bctist and J re ? tho vast Slzc ° C California in the he 57th annual cole- ,,, Recreation of marshlands and aquatic plants along recognized fly-! ways is necessary not only for the existence of ducks, but ;s essential for the healthy multiplication of the species, he said, making special mention ot the P3-rnrhimngReservoir in Western Pennsylvania. fowl," he told thc State i Fish and Game Protective Association. The snluiion lies ui the intensity .s ire - - -- - being widened. Most all women are ' nf " ur effort," Dr. Gabrielson said, wearing a half-size larger shoe lh:.n " I n ;1 hundred years we have gutted formerly. 1 ' To Build New Substation. MONONGAHELA, Feb. 16.--West Penn Power Company is building a new line frpm Lank's Hill to Coal Bluff where a new substation is to be built to furnish electric power for the Youghiogheny Ohio Coai Com- this evening. Membership cards pany's new mine soon to be opened must be presented by Legionnaires. at Elkhorn. SPECIAL! PIG HOG FEED $1.60 Better Feed At Lower Scrnieh $1,15 1G% Biiiry $1.-10 B. Middlings Brnn . $1.40 Special I'riccs on Roofing, Roof Cement Roof I'uiiit Phono Connellsvillc, 107--Uuiontoivn, 70. We Deliver at Slight Additional Cliaree. 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"One of tlie.se--Hne.s-t of its kind in thc country--is the Pymatuning Reservoir in Western Pennsylvania." | plates. This alkaline (n icid) powder ! Lation and renewal of waterways. holds fal.sc tcclh more (Irmly and moru i Getting down Lo his favorite topic, comfortably No Kuminy. «oocy pasty j D r Gabriclson traced work done re- taste or feeling. Docs not sour. Chocks ' M ; . ,, "plate odnr" (denture breath). Gel I t-'CPtly toward the preservation of FASTEST]! today Advertisement. at any drug stor wild duck, toward which he has worked for 25 years. "My Skfn Was Full of Pimples anrt Blemishes from Constipation" says Venia Schlqpp: "Since using Adler- ikn the pun plus are ijone. My skin is smooth and glows with health." Adlcrilta washes BOTH bowels, and relieves con- fUi pat ion thai so often aggravates a bad complexion. Union Drug Company, and Burns Drug Store.--Advertisement. FOR SMOKING PLEASURE AT ITS BEST... 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