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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 4, 1938
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PAGE TEN THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEL,t,SVn J T J 'B, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 193S. TREE PRUNING DEMONSTRATION AT SCOTTDALE SpocUl to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 4.--There will be a fruit pruning, fertilizing and general care of fruits dcmonsfaratio i Kivcn at the Loucks vineyard farm, West Pittsburg street extension, between White schoolhouse" and Li-ko Forest Park, Thursday, February 10, at 10 o'clock in the morning. The demonstration was arranged by County Farm Agent W. L. Treager of Westmoreland county, with the cooperation of Charles H. Loucks, own ;r of the farm, ond Paul Snyder, manager. W. LJ McCartney, extension specialist in fruit -^culture at Pennsylvania State College.-will demonstrate and Instruct and will be-aided "by Joseph S. Thurston, assistant to County ;Farm Agent Treager. An onvltatlo.i (s. extended to" the public to attend the demonstration, the first to be held in the immediate neighborhood, in _sc.veral years. .To Conduct Service. Rev. W. L. F. Haylor wiH be at the SC Bartholomew's" "Episcopal' Church Sunday evening, February 6, at 7 o'clock to conduct the service. Philathca Class uT'Ueot." The Senior Phlla'hea Class o£ the First Baptist Church-will meet · cxt Tuesdajl evening at the home of Mrs Stanley* Rowe In , North Chestnut street. Mrs. George Rath and .Mrs. Raymond Poole will assist in enter- taming.". The meeting will be In the form of a Valentine social, each woman to briig a Valentine for her Philathra sifter. - Class Has Dinner. The Sunday School Class of the Presbyterian Church, taught by Miss Bemadinc Pahcl_hcld a cohered dish dinner at the_ Aiftc/i oi Tuesday evening. Monday Club Program. Anounccmcnt hasjbsca made that all members~o£ ths~~Monday Music Club should attend Monday night's meetlng;in the Presbyterian Church as business of special Interest is coming up. At Monday night's meeting, the subject will be "Americana," with Mrs. Elmer Anderson, progra/n chairman. . The following program is to be presented: Indian, chs.-us, "Invaoatlon to the Sun"; piano solo, "Tuscarora String Bean," Miss Margaret Kritschgau; colonial, trio, "Welcome Mighty Chief Once More," Mrs. V. E. Decker, Mrs. George Hodges and Mrs. James Blackburn; chorus, "The Liberty Song"; plnnaton, two pianos, "Dixie Doodle," Mrs. Walter Edge and Miss Virginia Green; chorus, "My Old Kentucky Home"; Negro folk songs, chorus, (a) "Oh, Susanna," (b) "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen present day, (a) "The World's Prayer," (b) "Rain." Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. George McCurdy, MM. Ellis Gault, Mrs. H. R. Hurst, Miss Sarah Horner.-Mlss Ida Hickernell and Mrs. S. A. Lowe. Presbyterian Women Meet. "Christian Work Among the Mountaineers," was the subject of the missionary meeting held by the women of the -Presbyterian Church at the social rooms on Wednesday afternoon with 30_persons present. Mrs. McDowell had charge of the meeting, and gave some very interesting "Current Events." Mrs. N, E. Silslcy gave a paper on the afternoon subject Mrs. James Jones was chairman of the social committee. Guild Has Meeting. Miss Jean Carlson was leader at the regular monthly meeting of the Ottermbein Guild, held in the United Brethren Church, Thursday evening. Plan Joint Service*. Men and women of the Methodist Episcopal Church, comprising the evangelistic committee, met at the church' Thursday evening to plan a flvc week sen 03 of union cervices with the United Brethren Church, beginning March 13. The services will continuejwer the Lenten period. ; HI at" Home. Mrs. Albert Stoner of Homestead avenue is seriously ill at her home in Homestead avcnu*. Perryopolis Plans / Paralysis Program For February 17 PERRYOPOLIS, Feb. 4 --The movement for the aid of infantile paralysis has been taken up here and the committee has arranged a "Vanoty\ Program" to bo presented at the school auditorium Thursday, February 17. Earlc E. Curtis, principal, is in charge. The program will include: Accordion solo, Mrs. C. Chalfant; high school quartet; vocal solo, Steve Zaycosky; High School Girls' chorus, directed by Miss R Kamerer; dance demonstrations, stately waltz, Mr. White, director, modern swing, Miss Carson, square dance, Ira Blair, big apple, Alta Pore, and roller skating, Irene Corios. -Tbeie will_also _be community singing. t _ ~ ,, . _T" Firemen's Memorial. ~ iThc \oluntcer firemen are holdinsr thoir annual memorial services in the Methodist Episcopal Church, Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock. Team Shows Promise..' r The newly organized basketball team, known as the "Blairs," merit close watching. All arc experienced players" and have" already proved their ability by a number o£ victories^ -Home From Margaret Luce is home from Bethany College for the mid-term vacation. Plan Easter Cantata. Rehearsals" have begun for the presentation of on Easter cantata by the Sunday schools o£ Layton District No. 4. The organization presented a Christmas cantata during that season, and hopes to continue as a regular musical unit. The next rehearsal will be held In the Christian Church at 2.30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Student HI. Bud McClelland, a student at Perry Township High School, has been con?ncd to his home this week with a nerve ailment. Hold Skatinjr Jarty. The Catholic Sodality sponsored n skating party at the B. Gr. rink Thursday night.- Standard Youth Held For Store Robbery GREENSBURG, Fcb 4--Charged with breaking, entering and larceny in ^connection with the robbery of the Union Supply Company store at Standard on the night of January 4, Peter Pepock, 20, of Standard, near Mount Pleasant," was arrested by State Motor Policeman Joseph Was- conis of Troop A. He was given a hearing before Justice of the Peace A. F. Lowe at Mount Pleasant and held for court under $500 ball. In default, he was taken to the county jail. Police said that Pepock hod been arrested previously for robbery and that he was out on parole at the time of the theft Throwing a stone, Pepock is said to have smashed a rear window In the store, 12 feet from the ground, and then to have climbed up to the window sill in monkey fashion on a pipe. He took about $300 worth of merchandise and it was his effort to market one of these stolen articles last Friday that led to his arrest, according to police Pepock, police claimed, tried to sell a pen and pencil set which was later identified as part of the loot. Three Boys, One Girl Born at Hospital The males outnumbered the fair sex In the recent crop of new arrivals at ConnUlsvillo State Hospital with the birth of three boys and one girl. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brlerly of South Connellsvillc at 5:19 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and 16 minutes later another boy arrived, this for Mr. and Mrs Charles Ritcnour of NormalviUc. The lone female birth was at 8:30 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson ol .Mount Pleasant. JR..D. 2 The fourth stork visit was at 1.15 o'clock Thursday afternoon"for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grayson of North alley for whom a son arrived. Trade in yovr old watcn now* Bulovti values were models nmf smarter I HORATIO H.»J- tom*, accurate, dop*nd- ·bl*. TrtU flnvetft^-Tc Bulov.o»ly. .*24 7 *. PRESIDENT... 21 tfrvamlintdl Carved to fit wrtrt. Terms u Low an 50c Weekly. POSMEF/S Second National Bank Bldsr Opposite Orphcum Theatre An Airways Romance Ending; her lost trip at a itomirdess for American Airlines, Martha C. McGrow it pictured nt Los Angeles as she greeted her future husband, Wallaco D. Burgess, ticket agent for the lino. Thoy met a year ago and fell In lovo. Tho brido halls from Washington, D. C., and is a graduate of a Pittsburgh, Pa., hospital. /Central Prttt) Internal Revenue Deputy Here for Two Weeks to Help Draft Income Tax Returns A deputy of the Internal Revenue Service of the Treasury Department will be in Connellsvillc on two different occasions to assist taxpayers with the preparation of income tax returns for the jcar 1937 which must be filed to reach the office of the collector o£ internal revenue in Pittsburgh not later than March 15, It was announced today by William Driscoll, collector of the 23rrt district of Pennsylvania. N The deputy will be in the revenue office on the second floor of the Postoffice Building in Connellsvillc February 14 to 18 and February 28 to March 5, inclusive, it was announced. The Fayctte county schedule for the deputy follows: Uniontown, postodlc* bulling, February 10 to 16 and 19, February 28 to March 15. Masontown, postofflce, February 17 and 18. Fairchance, postofflte, February 21. Point Marion, postofflcc, February 23. Brownsville, National Deposit Bank, February 24, 25 and 26, March 11 and 12. ConncHsviIle, postofflcc, February 14 to 18, February 28 to March 5. Fayctte City, Miller's real estate office, March 7 and 8 Smock, postofflco, March 9. Dunbar, postofflcc, March 10. Belle Vernon, First National Bank, March 7, 8 and 9. Girl While Slavery Victim Is Going Home To Rehabilitate Life GREAT FALLS, Mont, Fcb. 4 --J. W. Wallers, an aged find lonely ranch hand, said yesterday he had a comforting letter from his 19-year-old daughter, Jeanne, who left home six months ago to make her way to Hollywood, hoping for a movie career, and fell in with companions who told her into white slavery. He said that Jeanne was coming home and he is going to help her rehabilitate her life. The girl is at San Francisco, where she reported to police that she had escaped from the white slavery mongers, and told them a story that stirred up the most intensive anti- vice crusade there in many years. It was In San Francisco where her money gave out before she could reach Hollywood. She took a job in a cabaret and was lured away by white slaves, she said. Police and Federal agents have raided vice resorts In half a dozen California cities where the girl said she was transported to houses of ill repute, and have taken more than 40 prisoners. The grand jury at San Francisco hai indicted six persons who allegedly contributed to Miss Walters' downfall. Police have invaded barrooms, expelling all unescorted girls, and the California Church Council, representing 5,000 churches, has organized for a sweeping campaign against vice and political corruption. FEATURED V A L U E S For SATURDAY in OUR S A L E Deserted Day After. Marriage, Mary Griglak Wins Divorce Decree Special to Tho Courier. TJN1ONTOWN, Fcb 4--On charges, :hey were deserted by their mates, two wives and two husbands won divorce decrees from Judge W. Russell Carr to legally sever the ties that bound four couples together in "holy wedlock." In one case, desertion took place the day following a secret marriage in \Vheellng, W. Va. Mary Griglak, 19, filing the suit Ihrough her mother, Mrs. Mary Matty, Star Junction, was divorced from Albert Griglak, 31, Fcrryopolis. She testified she had been only a bnde-of-a-day following her secret marriage July 27, 1034, in Wheeling, W. Va., since, on the following day, her husband decided they had made a hasty mistake. Griglak went to his home after the ceremony and has never returned to live with her, nor hns he provided n place for her nor given any reason for the desertion, sho averred. The second wife to obtain a decree charged the desertion followed one year of marriage. Christine M. Collins, 116 Snyder street, Connellsville, was married June 7, 1928, in Connellsvillc to Ralph M. Collins, 1213 South Pittsburg street, that city. They lived together for one year when, she alleged, "without any reason, he took his clothing and left and has never leturned nor made any effort to provide a home"? for her. I Emil Davip, 35, Brownsville, w^s divorced from Eva David, 28, address unknown, whom he married April 15, 192S, in Uniontown. Grounds for the decree wero based on desertion March 24, 1927--the fourth time she had left since their marriage, he averred. Second husband to win a divorce was George Zlgarac, Palmer, from Mary Zlgarac, Brooklyn. They were married January 31, 1933, in Brooklyn and, a month later, ou March 1, the wife, during his absence, he said, "left without any reason." Later, he declared, she sent another party to their home for her clothes. Stamp Collectors Meet Tontarht. The Fay-West Philatelic Society will hold Its regular meeting this evening at 8 o'clock In the club room at the Carnegie Free Library. 54 Arrests in Cify During January;'$480 'Collected in Fines There were 54 arrests during the month of "anuory and collections of fines and forfeits aggregated $480, it was rev-led in the report of Chief ol Police Andrew W. Thomas to Mayor Ira D Younkm and City Council, made public today. Of those arrested, 24 paid fines, 15 were discharged, 10 released and five committed. Charge 1 ) were mode on the following counts Public drunkenness, 14; drunk and disorderly, one, disorderly 'conduct, five; suspicious persons, nine; larceny, two; gambling, 20; maintaining disorderly house, two, and mental observation, one. Officers investigated 35 complaints, performed five requests for assistance, performed special duty 10 times, investigated 10 automobile accidents and recovered three stolen cars. The police car patrol covered 875 miles and the motorcycle patrol covered 65 miles. Closing Out! DRESS PANTS Sold regularly at $2 50 and ?3.00. Not all Blzes $3.95 to $5.00 Trench coat models. Not all sizes. Limited quantity. Better be early! $22.5O to $39.5O Oliolcc of i^nflro Stock 839.50 fWDDSSHADE SUITS $24 Dress Sox Regular 29c grades. Silks and lislcs in /ahcys a n d plain colors. All sizes. 1 Dress Oxfords Regularly $3.95 a n d 5450 grades. Black a n d tans in all sizes and styles ©"Arrow" «"Lion Brand" ©"Criterion" S H I R T S Regulaily ?1 60 to ?2.00. Plain colors, CJ stripes, chccl«, novelty patterns. All V full cut. All ^ell tailored. All with non-will collars. Everything TJodnced for Only a Fe« Dfijs Longer! 131 AVcsl CiaiM'onl Aieimo. 1'hone 12 CLOVER FARM ·VACUUM PACKED Our most startling CoFFo* Offer in £6 ywor*. 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