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February 20, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNEULiSVILLE. PA. PAGE FIVE. HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. RLE AS ANT Special to Tho Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 20.-Joseph Grisafe, 32 years old, died Saturday just before noon at his home in East Main street. Mr. Grisalc, who is employed at the Bryce Brothers glass factory, was taken ill with pleurisy and a heart condition while at work Thursday and developed pneumonia. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nellie Et2e Grisafe. The funeral mass will be cele- ' brated at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning in St. Bernadine's Church. Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Infant Daughter Dies. Nancy Jane Shaffer, three-month- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. \V. Shaffer of Donegal, died Saturday night, 8:55 o'clock at Frick Memorial Hospital o£ pneumonia. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home. Interment will be ire Donegal Cemetery. Lacerates Finger. Louis Mongelluzzo, 18 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mongelluzzo .of this place, suffered^ a deep laceration of the index finger* on the right hand while shoveling coal. He was taken to Fricfc Memorial Hospital, where the injury -was dressed. Minor Operation. Joseph S. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Fox of the Mount Pleasant- Tarr road, underwent a minor operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Saturday. Saturday Club Meets. Mrs. Howard M. Stoner of South Church street was hostess Saturday to the Saturday Afternoon Club of Scottdale and Mount Pleasant at its regular meeting. Guests attended in old-fashioned costumes and an afternoon of "school" was held -with Miss Anna Galley as program chairman. Headings were given by Miss Viola Stevenson and Mrs. Frank L. Overly a recitation by Mrs. G. F. Kelly; a duet by Mrs. J. R. Campbell and her daughter. Miss Dorothy; a piano due by Mrs. Samuel N. Warden, and Miss Ohma Harmon, and a piano solo by Miss Harmon. At the close of the program an old-fashioned spelling bee was held with Mrs. W. H. Hobinson being declared the winner. A social hour with refreshment, followed the program. Appendicitis Operation. 'William Howard, 17 years old, o Acme, underwent an appendiciti operation at Frick Memorial Hospita Sunday. Foot Infected. Jacob Blystone of East Main street Mount Pleasant, is confined to his home with an infected foot. Conducts Communion. Rev. George D. Wolfe, newly elected pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church, observed the first communion service of his pastorate at the church Sunday morning. Enters Law Office. Merritt Page of West Main street has gone to New Kensington where he has entered a law office. He was graduated from the school of law, at the University o£ Pittsburgh. Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stillwagon ol New Kensington spent the week-end at Mr. Stillwagon's home in Eagle street, Mount Pleasant. Ramsay Wrestlers Beat Pitcairn Team MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 20.-Ramsay High's wrestling team won an easy victory over Pitcairn mat- men, winning six of the bouts en falls. The score was 33-8. The Bobcats are host to German Township wrestlers Thursday night. The summary: 85 pound--Rudolph, Mount Pleasant, lost to Dahlstrom, Pitcairn, decision. 95 pound--Zeylin, Mount Pleasant, defeated J. DeCenzo, fall. 105 pound--SueiT, Mount Pleasant defeated D. DeCenzo, fall. 115 pound--Gabos, Mount Pleasant, won over Ciccotslli by fall. 125 pound--Snyder, Mount Pleasant, defeated Bard by fall. 135 pound--Shumar, Mount Pleasant, decisioned Brown. 145 pound--Kalp, Mount Pleasant, won over DeGeorge by fall. 155 pound--Nixon, Mount Pleasant, threw Wolfingcr. , 165 pound--Conley, Pitcairn, won over Mentis by fall. BUFFALO PROVES QUICK AS KICKER HEALDBURG, Cal., Feb. 20.--William Walker, 17, probably knows more about the nervous reactions of buffalo than the average American. On a visit to the San Francisco zoo, he was attracted by the seven bison thete that he could not resist the temptation to stretch out his hand and pat one. . Before he could say "Jack Hobinson," the buffalo had whirled around and kicked him twice on the nose. Stoke^ to Pay Tuition Coal-Heaving Co-cd Fired with determination to gain a higher education, Marie Louise Mocks, 18-year-old honor student at Purdue University, Lafayette. Ind., is even willing to shovel coal for a higher education. She has job of firing f urn»c« at the girls' dormitory. C. H. S. NEWS OF THE DAY NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD A Bit of String and But One Square Talk to Sports Club. "300 Years Young," pertaining to "curling," was the talk given by Anthony Grimaldi in Sports Club Wednesday and "Craftsman , ;I concerning cock-fighting, by, Robert "William E. Dolde is spons- Nicklow. or. Fine Sports Section. The 1939 Senior CoUer will have an. excellent sports section this year. Not only will pictures of the players be used but scenes of the new stadium, the game in which Conncllsviile scored a football victory over Uniontown, the swimming team, and oilier groups will be shown. Music Contest in Room 8. Freshman Homeroom 8 held a music contest with John Bishop piny- ing a few measures of 10 selections on a cornet and'the students guos^ing the name of the number. Four students managed to get eight correct. Taking Cokcr pictures, Individual pictures arc being taken by Clarence MacDonald for the senior edition of The Cokcr. Marlin \V. Hartman, sponsor of the Camera Club, is ill at his home: and Clarence has assumed the responsibility. Highway Improvements Discussed. A general discussion \v;is held in David C. GuhFs Automobile C'Jub pertaining *o improvements o[ the highways to meet the nccd: of the new cars of today nnd Tor greater safety. Teachers Oatli Foes Lose. BOSTON, Feb. 20.--Opponents of Massachusetts' controversial "teach- "ers* oath" law lost their fourth legislative battle when the House -of Representatives defeated a repeal measure, 104 to 102. The law requires all teachers to pledge allegiance to state nnd Federal constitutions. To Improve Alcatraz. WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.--Plans to install $250,000 worth of new escape- prof equipment on Uncle Sam's , prison for hardened criminals--grim Alcatraz--were revealed by Prison Director James V. Bennett, · Popularity Contest. Mrs. Virginia F. Furrier's Sophomore Homeroom is holding 'a popularity contest. At the close of the contest four- tics resulted nnd n final report will be made tiiis week. Plan Assembly Program . Sophomore .Homeroom 41, sponsored by Miss Dorothy Liebert, is fspcn'J- all homeroom periods reficarsiny and Age Make-up Shown. completing plans for the room's ns- Miss Gladys Phillips demonstrated Iscmbly program to be held in Mnrch. how one applies make-up Cor stage productions to make the character Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 20.--A. special vesper service wns hcid Sunday afternoon u I the Un i led Prcsby teri an Church w i t h Oliver Siting and Herbert Downic, students at the Pittsburgh -Xenici Sem i mi i'y, i n chii rgc. The men ;irc rooiT.nuii.es of S. L. Hcibert, also a seminary student, who is pastor of the church. The sermon subject was "Ashamed of Jesus," with Mr. Slang preaching. IMusic, song and testimony made up the balance of the meeting. ' Special Services Wednesday. Wednesday from 9:30 o'clock in the morning u n t i l 3:30 o'clock in the aCtenioor. n school of missions will be held at Trinity Episcopal nnd Reformed Church. The morning ; service will be devoted to "Home Missions,'' and the afternoon session to "Foreign Missions," The public is invited to a I tend. The first or the series ol Lenten services w i l l be held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening ;it the Reform rd Church. The subject Tor the evening w i l l be "What Is the Meaning oC Lent?" Negro Girls Organize. Negro girls of ScoUtlale High School have organized a Tri-IIi-Y organisation, with the following members: Gloria Terry, Elizabeth j Grocc, Gwendolyn Hunt, Nora Haiti], J Mary Brown, Irene Claybrook, Cora · Grocc, Constance Brown nnd Emma , Jo Evans. The officers chosen were: President, Elizabeth Groce; secretary- Irensurer, Gwendolyn Hunt; mother .sponsor. Mrs. Pcnrl Grigsby; nnd church sponsor, Miss Sccrcssa Hunt. Iji Frick Hospital. James Edwtird Harlrrum. six weeks old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hartman of Scottdnle, who is ill of bronchial pneumonia, has been taken to Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant. Deacons Meet Wednesday. At 6:30 o'clock Wednesday evening the board of deacons cf the First Biiplis: Church will meet at Ihe church to confer with candidates for church membership. Missionary Society to Meet. j The Woman's r.Iii-sionary Society | of the First Baptisi Church will j meet at 7:30 o'clork Thursday eve- ! nms at the home of Mrs. Hoy E. '. Whittemor? in A r t h u r avenue. Mrs. ! Elmer C. .Anderson will have charge ! of the program. " { Enrolls in Service Company. j Jack K. S tori ling has become a i member of the Service Company, ' Zenrly whose enlistment expired, j The company has at all times n waiting lust from which members arc chosen. Household Arts by Alice Brooks Filel Crochet Lends Itself To Many Newel! Widow Will Appeal Decision For Compensation COPR Hit. HOUStWCIO ACTS. INC PATTERN 6307 Thin!-; hmv your /most china will sparkle on a filet cloth formed of those luxurious squares--and what could be more appropriate toe a dinner cloth than this choice Srape design? Crochet these 10 inch squares (smaller in tine cotton) oC mercerized string. Make a scare as well. Pattern 6307 contains instructions .nnd charts for making the square; materials needed; illustration of square nnd at stitches. To obtain '.his pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arts Dept., 25!) W. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. Woman, 32, Revealed As Widow Five Times LONDON, Fob. 20.--A 32-year-old woman, who jippeared at South Lincolnshire, on a charge of stealing clothing, was recorded as having had five h:isbnnds in 12 years. All five husbands died. The woman, Elsie Emerlon, was sentenced to two months' hard labor. NOSE POOR SPOT FOR VACCINATION UNlONTOWlh, Feb. 20.--Appeal of Mrs. Ida Jennings, a widow, of Newell, from a decision of the Workmen's Compensation Board, will be carried to the State Supreme Court. Mrs. Jennings, claimant, instituted action to secure compensation from the Pittsburgh. Lake Erie Railroad by whom- her husband, Robert, had been employed as section foreman at Newell.. Tiie man was burned to death March 28, 1934, in a box car shanty on a railroad siding. Tommy Farr Says He's Going fo Wed American SOUTHHAMPTON, Eng., Feb. 20. --Tommy Farr, British heavyweight boxer, admitted his engagement to an American college girl--a brunette --but refused to divulge her name. "Yes, I am engaged," he bashfully confided to interviewers, "but I would not tell her name even for a hundred thousand pounds." INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 20. -- An Indianapolis young woman with a very red nose explained she was the victim of a misplaced vaccination. She said that after being vaccinated on the arm she scratched the spot and then her nose, which had a slight skin break, apparently transferring a bit of the vaccine. The Morning AfterTaking Carters Little Liver Pills CARLOAD INGS MOVE HEGHER appear old. An old mnn was made up during the meeting of the Sophomore Dramatic Club. Flower Contest Held. William Moser won the prize for the "Love Story in Flowers," contest held in Freshman Homeroom :12, sponsored by Mrs. Mary K. Hopkins. Election in Room 31. Norman Kuhn was elected president of Freshman Homeroom 31. Other officers are James Long, vice- president and Vincent Orazi, secretary and treasurer. Dale Leonard President. Dale Leonard was elected presidint ol Freshman Homeroom 27, sponsored by. Mrs. Dorothy E. Griffon. Edilh Hart \vas elected vice-president and Jane Lee Shaw, secretary. Program in Room 33. "Paul's Burglar," by Eugenia Dunlop Potts, was read in Freshman Homeroom 33 by June Ranker. Games were played in charge of James Trout after which jokes were given by Jack Welsh. Sonafelt is sponsor. Miss Madelyn Comedy Beinc Read. A three-act comedy.entitled, "Take My Advice," is being read by the Senior Dramatic Club under the direction of the sponsor, Miss Dorothy Mathias. Different groups arc reading the play and varying the interpretations. Three new members were taken into the club for second semester. 1'etc RuRgieri in Srliool, Pete Ruggieri. a member of the junior cUiss, who \vas struck by an automobile at noon Thursday. February ]G. at the school, returned to school today after having been treated at Connellsvillo State Hospital. When Pete entered (he ofiicc en crutches (his morning for .1 permit to enter classes he cheerfully greeted them: "You can't keep a good man down.'' Cokcr Published Tocho" Another new column lias been added lo the edition of The Coker. It is written by Anita Renzi nnd is entitled "News of the World." 11 is on the front page. Go Hiking. Junior Homeroom 20, sponsored by Miss Dorothy Mathias, went a-hiking Saturday out the Breakneck Hood. WASHINGTON. Feb. 20.--The Association of American Railroads re- j ported 579,918 c:jrs of revenue freiglit j were loaded during the week ending i Saturday. September 11. t This was an increase of 3,I2(i cjrs, j or 0.5 per cent, compared with the I preceding woek and ,'in increase oi j 36,927, or i.3 per cent, compared with i a year ago. Coal loadings amounted to ]35,- H3 cars, a gain of 2.235 over last week and 27,2(58 over last year while coke carloadings were 7.215 a drop of 655 from last year and a gain of 1,710 over last ye;jr. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Lorctta Colborn v/on the contest in Latin Class with 111 points. Those following in line were SJilly Morchel, Bill Sohonage, Elizabeth DiJulio. The contest was held to assist in improving class conduct and work. Many extra projects were submitted in conjunction with this. Motorist Acquitted. SOMERSET, Feb. 20.--J. Van- Rcnsselacr Kelly, Pittsburgh airbrake salesman, who indirectly "arrested himself" on charges of drunken driving, was acquitted by a jury in the Somerset county courts. The man said he was unable to find a parking place and let his car in the driveway of a Greensburg service station and on returning found his nuto gone so he reported it stolen. However, he found it in the rear of the station. As he was driving along the road after the theft report, he was arrested. Fear-Hidden Children. Wndbcr Woman Dies. I CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 20.-SOMERSET, Feb. 20.--Mrs. Lavina Human guinea pigs in knickerbockers Blough Weaver ·Baumgardncv, widow of John Baumgardner, died Thursday night at her home at Wfnd- ber. Site was a lifelong resident o( Somerset county. Her first, husband was the lale Harry Weaver who died in 1899. She leaves six children. and short dresses have convinced Dr. Kurl Lewin, a Harvard visiting psychologist from Iowa University, that children behave like fear-ridden gangsters under a dictatorship regime but act as "friendly, full-of-li£e" youngsters in n democracy. February 20, 1939. 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