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February 3, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1D38. 'HE/ THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELl.SVrLL.E, PA. PAGE THREE S C O / T T D A L E SCOUTS WILL HOLD "EXPO Street Assigned for That Purpose on February 12. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Spccta] to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 3.--The activities committee of the Boy Scout Council has secured permission of the borough for the use of Stoner street for the "Living Expo" of Boy Scouts Saturday afternoon, February 12, from 1:30 until 5:30 o'clock. The slogan will be "Building a Stronger Generation," and the expo will be composed of safety and lifesaving demonstrations, ropcmaking and fircmaking. There will be contests in tent pitching and safety between the vari- · ous troops. Each troop will be given a specified time in the afternoon's program. Through this program it is hoped to point out the needless toll in accidents, both In the homes and on the highways. The activities will be directed by Ray Kurd, chairman of, the health and safety committee. Stoner street will be closed oft to all traffic. The program will bring to a close the observance of Boy Scout Week. The Scouts will open the week's program by attending various churches on Sunday. Troop No. 2, sponsored by St. Paul's Lutheran Church, will attend services there on Sunday morning. Troop No. 3, sponsored by the First Baptist Church, will have charge of the program at the church on Sunday evening, when there will be special music, a candlelight service and an address by Rev. N. W. Shollcnbcrgcr, pastor of the Trinity Evangelical anc Reformed Church. Gradate Sorority Meets. The Gradalc Sorority held its business meeting Tuesday evening in the Phalanx room at the Y. M. C. A with devotions in charge of Miss Dorothy Jarrett. Reports were heard from the various committees. The next meeting will be a covered-dish dinner on February 15. A valentine program will be carried out. Missionary Society Meets. The missionary society of the United Brethren Church held iU regular meeting at the church Wednesday afternoon, at which time the annual thankofFering service was conducted. · A playlet, "The Dissappointmcnt of Maria," was presented in charge of Mrs. Howard Miner, with Mrs. Leslie Stoner, Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs Walter Hodge, Miss Minnie Pyle and Mrs. J. T. Bradley taking part. Mrs Sherman Stoner was leader, and a paper, "Women's Work in China," was read by Mrs. E. M. S. Pylc. The March session will be an 311- day meeting, scheduled for the firs' Wednesday of the month. Gets Service Medal. Master Sergeant George E. Swift of the Service Company, 110th Regiment, was presented with a beautifu 20-year service medal at the dinner given at Scottdale Country Club Wednesday evening by members o the Tin Hat Club of the Service Company, in honor of his 20 years of continuous service. Everson United Brethren Revival Services Nightly ·SCOTTDALE, Feb. 3.--The re vival meetings got under way Sunday night at the Everson United Brethren Church and will continui every evening except Saturday with Rev. Paul O. Morris, pastor, preaching. The services arc held at 7:30 o'clock and the public is invited. The interest manifested thus far has been encouraging and the paster is "expecting a great revival through the power of God. We invite thi public to all of our services." The subject last night was "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross," to night it will be "Concerned and Unconcerned" and Friday, "Heaven Or Hell." Come to when you need: Wall Papers Taints Enamels Varnishes Rrushcs Window Glass Plate Glass Picture Frames Display Cards Sifm Painter Brushes Gold Leaf Silver Leaf Parchment Butter Paper Drop Cloths Ladders Paper Hanger Tools Cellophane In Rolls Vitrophane In rolls Wall Paper Cleaners Paint Cleaners Wall Paper Removers Klcctric Floor Sanders Electric Floor Waxeru C?" /P*^'\P1 £* FOXS Wall Paper -- Glass -Lucas Paints. Phone 341. .122 South ritlslmrg Street CLAIM TO BE OLDEST TWINS IN U. S. HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T ML PLEASANT David and Joseph Maddux Arc these the oldest living twins In the United States? Such la the claim of David, left and Joseph Maddox, of Philo, HI., who have just celebrated their 93rd birthday. Joseph is a bachelor. David lost hii wife In 1930. - -Central Prett THREE AMERICANS REPORTED MURDERED BY JAPANESE TROOPS HANKOW, Feb. 3.--An unconfirmed message sent by the Chinese Eighth Route Army, purportedly from a United States marine captain, said yesterday that an American man and two American women were slain by Japanese troops at Yangchuan, Shansi province. The message was in Chinese and quoted Captain Evans S. Carlson of th" United States Marines as reporting that Chinese authorities at Shinchiachuang claimed the trio had been shot and beaten to death. (Mr. and Mrs. Alva Harsh of Petersburg, W. Va., and Miss Minerva Nehcr of Lavernc, Cal., American missionaries o£ t h e Church of the Brethren, were reported missing in Shansi province i jrly in December). The dispatch from the Eighth Route army to the foreign office said that Carlson interviewed Magistrate Yu Hsicn nt Shinchiachuang on the Taiyuan Railway. He was quoted as saying that the incident occurred December 19. The Americans, he said, attempted to mediate a quarrel between the French station master at Yangchuan and and his Japanese wife. Japanese soldiers were attracted by the argument. The dispatch alleged that the Japanese shot and killed ths Frenchman and beat the two women to death. (Early in January Major Trumnn Martin, of the 15th Infantry and Captain Samuel Griffiths of the United States Marine Corps, assistant naval attache, returned to Peiping after a fruitless investiga- William Keslner Buried With Military Honors The funeral service for William Kestncr of East Cedar avenue was held Monday afternoon with Rev. Lawrence S. Elliott, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, assisted by Rev. C. George Shupe, pastor of the Trinity Reformed Church, officiating. Music was provided by members of the church choir. On Sunday evening a service was conducted by the I. O. O. F. Lodge of Scottdale. Full military honors were accorded by Milton L. Bishop Post America!} Legion. Pallbearers were James R. Laughlin, Charles Hilos Paul S. Brickman, Ben Campbell, W E. DeBolt and Carl W. Gccncn. The firing squad, with Ira J. Moon in charge, included James Mullaney Harry Smith, Sam Harry, Alex Jagiolka, Milt Krepps, Al Donley Bcnnie Marinaro and J. Cecil Dixon Color bearers were William Basingcr and T. S. Pierce and color guards were John Burns and George Luckey Chaplain Walter T. Smith was in charge at the grave. Buglers were Angelo Scacchi and Edward Higgins the latter of Scottdale. Intcrmen ! was in the Scolldale Cemetery. Infant Princess Named. AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands Feb. 3.--Crown Princess Juliana'; day-old baby girl who some day may be the third successive queen of thi Netherlands was named Beatrix Wil helmina Armgard in a simple cere mony in the palace of Soctdijk. lion of the disappearance of the Harsh party in Shansi), Special to . The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 3.-Lome W. Bin-clay of national headquarters, New York, national direc- or of camping activities, will be the speaker at the Court of Honor for 3oy Scouts of Zone 7, scheduled next Wcdnosday.'j'cvenlnf! in Uamsay High School auditorium at 7:45 o'clock. The court /will honor Scouts who lave advanced in rank during the past year.' Present at the meeting will also be Scout Exccutivf W. W. Hill, Cub Commissioner Forrest Thomas, and Commissioner John Kunkle, all of. Grccnsburg. Lloyd Shaw is chairman of the court of honor committee and Reuben Barnhart is chairman of the cone. Music will be furnished by the United Brethren Orchestra. The public is invited to attend. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by their parents. Thure is no admission. Legion Auxiliary Meets. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday evening in the post rooms, with 40 members present. The program was known as Americanism Night," with papers on "Today's Patriotism." by Mrs. William Queer; "The Patriotic Creed," by Mrs. Harry Fidler, and "What the Constittuion Docs For Me," Mrs. Charles Forejt. Lincoln's Gettysburg address was given by Keith King and a recitation by Doris Forejt followed by two whistling solos by Mrs. Edgar Exiinc completed it. At the close of the meeting there was a hat sale and a social hour. The hostesses were Mrs. Mary Olingcr Mrs. John Galone, Mrs. Hostoftcr Mrs. Robert H. King and Mrs. William Morrison. Atthe business session it was decided to hold an open meeting on "Americanism," February 15. It was also decided to hold a card party. Match Blamed For Fire. The head of a match that flew of when It was lighted and smolderec for some time is thought to have caused a fire between the partition of a bed room and bathroom nt the home of Mrs. Frank Duncan in South Church street Tuesday evening about 9:30 o'clock. The Mount Pleasant Fire Department answered a silent nlarm, am used the small booster hose in extinguishing the flames. The dam' Personal To Fat Girfis Now you can »llm down your fac« and flRurn without strict dieting or back-breaking cxorclncn. Jnnt rat sonslbly and take 4 Mannola Pro- ncrlption Tablets a day until you have lost enouph /at -- ihon utop. MarmolaPrcHcriptlon Tablets contain tho Bnmo ulyment proscribed by moat doctors tn treating thotr /at patients. Millions of people havo used them. Don't lot othem think you have no npnnk and that your will-power In OH flabby an your flesh. Start with Marmola today and win the slender lovely figure rlKhtXully yourn. Robert W.Barnes --Independent Buyer-one of many tobacco experts who smoke Luckies I OFTEN invest $2500 a week in tobacco -- $2500 of my own hard-earned cash," says Mr. Barnes. "So you can see that the only-way I've stayed in business 10 years is to know tobacco. "Now I know Lucky Strike tobacco and it's top-grade. That's why I've smoked Luckies for eight years now. "Lots of other independent buyers, auctioneers, and warehousemen I knowsmokeLuckics for the same reason." Yes, sworn records show that, among independent tobacco experts like Mr. Barnes, Luckies have over twice as many exclusive smokers as have all the other cigarettes combined. WITH MEN WHO KNOW TOBACCO BEST-IT'S LUCKIES 2 TOl HAVE YOU HEARD "THE CHANT Of THE TOBACCO AUCTIONEER" ON THE RADIO? Whtn you do, remember that luckiet use the flnejt tobacco. And oho that the "Tootling" Proceit remove* certain harih Irritant* found in oU tobacco. So Luckiet are kind to your throat. armrngton Home Saved From Flames DEATH TAKES RICH SINGLE TAX BACKER Quick work on the part of flvc armington men probably saved the trm house of Mrs. Thomas Hager n Route -to. west ot Fort Necessity, rom destruction by fire Tuesday ight. Woodwork in the basement ignited rom an overheated -furnncc and uickiy spread to the first floor. Five Tien answered the call for help and xtincuished the blaze with a bucket igc will not exceed $50. Drops Dead in Street. Frank Perzynski, 54 years old, of 'nrfiUown, dropped dead on the treet from a heart attack Wednes- lay afternoon at 4 o'clock. Perzynski, who had been born and eared in Mount Pleasant, iiad just eft homo when he was stricken. Taken to Frick Memorial Hospital he was pronounced dead on arrival. Besides his wife, Margaret, he is iurvived by four small sons, all at lomc. They arc Bruno, Charles, foseph and Andrew. His father, John 'crzynski, of Mount Pleasant, also ·urvivcs. The funeral b-crvicc will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in the Transfiguration Polish Church. Jn- ermcnt will be in the church ccme- ery. Bronchial Coughs Get Hid of Them Tills Quick Easy Way Get a small bottle of BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE (triple flcUrff) at any good drug ^torc--take 2 or 3 doses before you go to bed tonlRht--then if that tough old persistent couch hasn't loft you--If you do not sleep like a top nil night long--gel your money back--it acts like a flash. A slnclo sip wilt tell you why Buckley's out-sells all other cough and cold remedies In cold-wintry Canada. Burns' Cut Rate Store. By United Press. BOSTON, Feb. 3.--Fiske Warren, 5-year-old millionaire who used the proceeds'of his paper manufacturing Business to expound the single tax theory of Henry George, died in a Boston hospital after a short illness. Doctors said he had sufl'ercd from heart disease. For"iaw"Throat Don't itasto precious-time oa-Incffedlv* · rcmctllffl. VJso Zonlrn! Standard laboratory t*u provo It'a 9.3 limed moro active than any other iropular, non-poisonous antiseptic , .. Zotilto kills tlio/Kcrms Uiatr cause cold-at contact! .. . Soothes raw throat, too. and . lucreascn the flow i/f natural, healthful fluids! Get Zonlto at y/iur druggist's right awmy. GarxJo at once and xtart killing tho cold, gcnm In your throat. Follow simple directions with . bottle. You'll bo glad you'vo discovered Uili quick tray toJiQlii cold otrtru. the New 1938 Westinghpuse · ELECTRIC RANGES Now on. Display Service Radio Electric Co. THE "WES'mGHOTJSE APPLIANCE STORE John W. KlncnW, Hgr. 121 M'. Apple Street, Opp. Firestone Service. PHOJi'E 2197. 1'ayelte County's Largest Rudlo Store. Low Prices for All the Family NOVELTY SPECIALS e Greens O Blues ©Blacks ©Browns O PUMPS ©TIES ® Straps OKIDS ® SUEDES VALUES! High Heels All Sizes to 8! IiOW Heels BUY THEM NOW! BE PREPARED for STORMY WEATHER Ulnck or brown, in all heel sizes. TVnrm Hccce lining. HUKStS.. BtAUTICIANS .. BUSINESS AND rxortssioKAL WOMCN Boys' Dress Oxfords Blnck Only! Good wearing soles. 3len's and Hoys' DRESS SHOES Men's and Boys' Heavy Work Rubbers Hoiivy solos for iiroteutlon. POLICE SHOES "Women's Sport Oxfords Drown or Black. Leather or Rubber Soles. n's and Hoys' WORK SHOES Good $ Soles v Women's ITcH SLIPPERS ··Women's Silk HOSE

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