The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1939 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 23, 1939
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THURSDAY, F E B R U A R Y 23, J«3I7. THE DAILY C O U R I E R , CONNELLY VlbLtt, I J A. PAGE THREE. Governs Pap^I Vote DUNBAR, iFcb. 23.--Largely attended was the Venetian Mardi Gras, | held Tuesday evening at Harvey's I Hall for members of the lodges o f ! Sons of Italy. Many beautiful costumes were displayed in the grand march. Those winning were Mrs. Gerald Rossi, dressed as a j gypsy; Mrs. Nicola Variano as a! "M.'immy"; Tresa DeOre as a prin- j cess; Mrs. Ernest DiBlasio and Mrs. j James DiBlasio, representing a brides . and groom: Mrs. Bedy Lizza, as a ! Mexican. The evening was spent in dancing with Don Michael's orchestra furnishing the music. The cake walk was won by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Canistra of Republic. The door prize, a 50-pound sack of flour, went to | Mrs. Rose Gambone. The quilt was \ awarded to Jack Maloy. Among those on the committees in charge were: Dom Caruso, Nick Bell, Tony DeOre, Adolph Piccione, Tony Galand, James DiBlasio, Gerald Rossi, Bedy Lizza, Mrs. Margaret DeOre, Carrie Giobbi, Dolly Speeney, Mrs. Joseph Lowcry and Alverda DeOre. j Out of town guests were from Con- I ncllsvillc, Uniontown, Republic and j Scottdale. I New Action Club Unit. At a meeting of the Catholic Action Club Tuesday evening it was decided to :idd a new unit to the five units already organized. This new unit will be called "The Human Needs," and will have the privilege of distributing clothing to the needy and working in conjunction with the Department of Public Assistance. Miss Margaret Higgins was named chairman and will select her aides some time this week. Rev. George Hurley made the announcement and explained it in detail. He said he hoped all would work in accordance with the idea and that many worthy people would benefit by the new unit. Reports were read by chairmen of \ social, athletic and society organiza- ; tions. Miss Mayme Harper gave a ' report in which it was stated that '· different members of the parish had; decided to hold private affairs in their respective homes during Lent and afterwards would donate the amount made to the church. Four card parties were announced. Henry R. Smith, chairman of the ·ways and means committee, gave a report on plans for Old Home Week. This committee, in conjunction with the church committee, has decided to sell chances on an automobile. Plans were also read for booths, a dancing platform, souvenir stands and many other items. Mr. Smith asked all members of the committee to meet Tuesday evening immediately after the club meeting. Alter the business meeting a song fcst was held. Lunch was served and the remainder of the evening was spent playing bingo. World Day of Prayer. World's Day of Prayer will be observed at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon fut the Baptist Church. There are four churches participating and each will be represented by its missionary society. Each president of the societies will have an active part. There will be special music. An invitation ·is extended to everybody. J. O. Y. Class Meets. The J. O. Y. Class o! the Methodist Episcopal Church held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Andrew Holsing with Mrs. Dale Gaddis as co-hostess. Routine business was -. conducted by the president. The women have decided to sell gelatin and puddings for the purpose of raising funds to further the work of the class. At a late hour the hostesses served tasty refreshments. Star Class to Meet. Star Bible Class of the M. P. Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Sara Jaynes on Speer's hiil Friday evening. A good attendance is "* requested by the president. Personal. Mrs. J. T. Burhans was in Con- nellsviile Tuesday evening. Parents of Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Darby of Hardy hill are the parents of a baby girl born Wednesday at Connellsville State Hospital. It is the first child in the family. The baby weighed seven pounds and five ounces. It has been named, Shirley Jean. The mother, who is getting along very nicely, will be remembered as Miss 1. C "HIGH" L I G H T S Prince Chigi Albani ATI honored taslt, handed down in his family for generations, falls to Prince Chigi Albani, who presides at the conclave of Cardinals in Vatican City to elect a new Pope. The Cardinals are in complete scdus- eion while choosing successor to Pius XI. Children to Attend Mass. j tfurdijm, Patrick Brndlcy; Elsie Students oi 1 the grade school ;md , Benidotli, hcud of tho senior class, fhc High School were asked to at- X n t h n r i n c Soisson; Miss Hayes, Kvclyn j\TcL:iughlin; Miss Curtis, Eleanor HnrU;; Stilly Boyd, George's tend daily mass during Lent. Color Day Postponed. Due to unforeseen happening the po sister, Mary Louise DeOrc; Elhd, Alex, Muriel. Madge. Lillian, Dotsie ·nior class was f, 6 ain compelled to ! »nd Charlotte, young .women at wlpone color day. This time a sec- I -^ocl, Anna Mary _Rottl|er, Frances ond date has not yet been set lor the event. Moving Day on Third Floor. Marcclla Schemer, Mary i Virginia McMahon, Ellen Mnllaney, : Mary E. Kenncr nnd LaVerne Si' kora; Jack, Ethel's brother, Edward . i King; prompters, Henrietta Geificr Wednesday mommg was the scone · Edna B .,, tholomai . st man . o£ disorder on the floor. The , ^ .^^ Suifsanf wmiam junior and senior classes were: mov- i · McCarthy, ing back to their old rooms. The two i . classes were compelled to exchange rooms while the junior play was practiced. Members of bo'.h classes said they were happy home. to be back Chancita Club Resumes. The Spanish club, the Chancita Club, will resume its activities this week. It had to discontinue meetings for a short interval due to junior play practice. I TT.elrna Rugg, daughter of Mr. and ; Mrs. Lincoln Rugg. Mr. and Mrs. ! Rugg visited Mrs. Darby Wednesday i evening. | Townsend Club Meets. , Townsend meeting was held Basketball Season Ends. The I. C. basketball team ended Us season on Wednesday night with a game against the I. C. AJumni. It was the last game . . senior boys, Robert Porter, Richard Sidow, Robert Hoye and Frank Christopher. Retired Farmer Dead. SOMERSET. Feb. 23.--Irvin E. Miller, 73, prominent retired farmer of Stonycrcek township, died Friday ut his home after a seven-month illness. For 25 years he was director of the Farmers Mutual Fire Insur- nnce Company of Berlin. He leaves four children, two brothers, three sisters, 17 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. Junior Play a Success. Although the weather was unfavorable many people attended the 'Charm School," presented by TVtrs. J. .T. Griffin Dies. Mrs. Erigid Cnnovin, wife of John ^. .,,,, J. Grifiin of Pittsburgh and a rw-ce played by four of Mrs. Michael Welsh of Ruffsdale, " died Friday at her home at 2113 Tustin street, Pittsburgh, after a short illness. She leaves her husband, a retired city employe, three sons, three daughters and a b: other. Tuesday evening at Pechin Chapel, the junior class Tuesday evening in near here, with O. W. Howcr, or-: Wie I. C. auditorium. AU the mcm- ganizer 0 £ Uniontown, presiding. The j bcrs of the class were congratulated meeting wns opened with prayer by ; for their splendid performance. Rev. G. M. Golden, followed by a j The cast included: salute to the flag. The group then I Austin Bevans, a mother dealer sang "America." Mr. Hower told of j with ideas, Paul Irvin; David Mack- thc procedure of opening and closing j enzie, a law student, Donald ShofT; the meetings. He then introduced the ! George Boyd, an expert accountant, first speaker, Prof. J. K. Wentzel, j Eugene O'Donovan; Jim Simpkins supervising principal of Fnirchance ! , a nd Tim Simpkins, who toil not nnd schools, who explained the Townsend; have never seriously considered plan. Rev. G. M. Golden and W. H. ' spinning, Lawrence Rendine and Helmy both gave brief addresses. ; William O'Brien; Homer Johns, a Mr. Hower appointed temporary; officers. They are: President, Sam- j uel" Bryner: vice-president, William i Farr, Dunbar burgess; secretary,' Margaret Gray. Due to the inclement weather the crowd was not as large as expected. Arrangements will be made for another meeting in the near future. It is intended to organize two clubs, one for men and the other for women. r.lra. Jas. Filler saya: "Gas ich ivns tsa bad 1 couldn't 3ns even prorwd on my lien arniiKht mo quick rHiif. Noi ivlsh. nlr-.-n flnf. novor felt Union Drug Co. and Burn's Drvig Store. Without Starvation Diets, or Back-Breaking, Bendtn? and Rolling Exercises. 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