The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1939 · Page 10
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February 23, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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P \ O E TD, THE DAIT Y C O U R I E R CONN T EI,LSVII.L,E PA. ifiUKbDAY, FEBRUARY ROTARY BIRTH OBSERVED AT MT. PLEASANT Party Held by Club With Cakes Being Cut for Members OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST C H. S. OF THE DAY Sketch Rehearsed by Freshmen. The Indetardei I Order oC Unman led Women uas reheat sed by mcmbeis of the Freshman Dramatic Club Wednesdaj Miss Ev a Sapolsky \s sponsoi Referees Announi ed A list of girls who aie to referee in the near future foi Miss Pat Clare were re id in the Gnlb Leaders Club meeting Committees foi the Yale- Princeton girls basketball g me and the Farm Fiolic were named NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD In #2.35 Slaying MOUNT PLEASANT Fet 23 -The 34th birthday o£ Rotary International was celebrated by the Mount Pleasant Kotary Club at its regulai ditmei meeting Tuesday evening at tte National Hotel Fiank Queer was program chairman Rev Harold C- Baer, pastor of the First Evan- gi. ical and Reformed Church, was the bpenkei using as his subject "Int o i m t o m l Fneidsrup" Tall tapeis were used on the tables and eacn g\ ol had as a lavoi a birth- dny candle At the dost o£ the meeting two bj thdaj cakes \ ere biought in, with 31 lighted candles on each cake The cnkes i\ or- cut and each Rotarian and guest sci\ed with a slice There aie at present 4^843 clubs with 23900 members in 90_ countries ol the world. Mount Pleasant club %\as organwed March 21, 1924, and was the l,683id club in, the organization Lent Begins. Special Ash Wednesday services marked the opening of; Lent in the lour Catholic churches heie Evening services were also held The first o£ a series of church services for each Wednesday evening dui- ing the Lenten season "was held yesterday at the First Evangelical and Reformed Church, uith the pastor, Rev Harold C Baer, in charge Tms series will include ' Something Every Church Member Should Know ' Wednesday evening s service was Beginnings ol the Reformed Church " Special music b the choir featured the Lenten service at the Heumon Presbyterian Chuich Wednesday evening The pastor, Rev J E Hartman will preach a sermon each Wednesday e\ ening during Lent Winter's Low Recorded. The temperature this morning was six above zero, and marked in a new low in temperatures for the win'er Infant Son Dies. A son, born to Mr and Mrs Murhl Sprung of the Westmoreland Homesteads at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Fnck Memorial Hospital, died at birth. Baptist Sendees Prayer service was held last nlgjit at the Second Baptist Church At 10 o clock Sunday morning, Sunday chool will be held with Joshna Gnggs, superintendent, m charge At 11 o'clock there will be preaching by the pasto", Rev A J "Wood At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon the Ford Pryor and Thompson district meeting will be held at the Second Baptist Church The meeting is for nil local missionary societies in the Connellsville district, With Mrs Sadie White, president in charge. All circles of the distuct are requested to be present Rev Bryant, pastor of the St Paul Baptist Church, Vanderbilt and Van Meter churches will preach Hold Mardl Gras A Mardl Gras was held at the Visi*atlon school Tuesday evening with forrrer memoera of tre school and church members In attendance The Visitation Choral Clwb sponsored the party, the main attraction of which 'vas dancing Misses Irene Smetnosky and Betty Lucats were co-chairmen of the affair The Young People of the First Baalist Church had charge of Wednesday nights mid-week prayer E°rvice Miss Crawford HI Miss Jean Crawford, in charge of the WPA sewing project, was taken ill while at work Tuesday morning She is suffering with double pneu- Dles in Hospital GREENSBURG, Feb 23--Carlysle E Landis, 48 of Penn, for 17 years assistant cashier of the Glass City Bank of Jeannette, died Monday in Westmoreland Hospital He leaves ·us wife, four daughters, one son, one ;ianachild, one brother and two .isters ·VIcCIcllandtown P M Tests Receipt of applications foi the Dffice of postmaster at McClelland- own which pays $1500 annually A ill close March 10, the Civ il Service Commission announced in Washing- OB WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wilbout Calomel--.\nd YoaTl Junip Oal of Bed in Ifee Morning Rario* to Ga Tho hver ihould poar out two pound* of liquid biie Into four bowel* daily thi^bile Unotflowingrf-eely rojrfooddociin tdlceit, It just dccnya in iho bowels Gas bloats up your stomach Ion set constipated, lour whole system is poisoned and you feel eour. ·unk »nd the wor d looks puixl A me e bowel taovcment doesn't get at tha cause. It takei Ujosa good old Carter*! I-U»1« Live- Pilb to get these two pounds of fclle fowtnc 'r«]y and make rou fee! up and UD Hnrmleas »«ntle yet unarinR in makmc bile flow freely Auk tor Carte- a tattle T ivcr Pill* by nnme Refu»e wiythine ^lae At all drua otorco. I0# and 2Grf Story Read Miss Maiy Fiances KurU Sopho- moie English classes a e beginning to i cad ' Tale of Two Citieb by Dickens .Rhyme of Ancient Man- nei \\as 3u 3f completed Many excellent orjgiml ballnds \\eie submitted in accordance vuth the stoi^ Mage Propei ties Sojnd eflecls and furn lure to be used in plays \\ ere discussed by Miss Gladys Phillips Sophomore DrarratiL Club Sigma Epsilon Ne« Club Name. The club formed by students of Lloyd Shanei s economic classes has ·.elected the name o£ Sigma Epsilon A*. tt*c meeting projects in which they aie mteiested will be studied Every third meeting will be a social nffai The first outside meeting will be held a B o'clock Monday evening, Februaiy 27 at Mi Shancrshome Washington Stamps Displayed A special stamp collection owned by Tnomos B Hj itt was arranged on the fiist floor bulletin board Wednesday by the Stamp Club in conjunction with Geotj,e Washington's birthday A central fentute was a set of Washington s bicentennial stamps, issued in 1932 m honor o' the 200th anniveisao Other special stamps v.cie those issued in accoid- ance \\ith Brnddocks and Washington's campaign and anothei, Washington at Valley Foigc playing Posters Mafic for Plaj During Homemaking Club period Wednesday, Evelyn Wagner and Margaret Carnes imde posters to advertise the play being piesented by the club A reheaisal was also held Miss Alice Muiphy is sponsor SCOTT DALt 1 eb 23 --Motheis ind members of tne Jurior Auxiliary of. Thomas A Lewellyn Post American Legion, v, c-e c iterUuned by the senior members at a successful paity Tueschy evening at the Legion hone While theie has been a jurior organization for some time it ins nevei been active and until Tuesday evening there hid been no officeis An election resulted as follows Chairman Phyllis Bixler secretary, Vnginia Schafer Mis Pau'ine Miller Howe \\ill be advisor and Mrs Gladys Fretts will be assistant advisor Mis James A Conway presided at the meeting and explained the duties and purpose of the junior organization After the business session there were games and refieshments The committee in cha r ge of games was composed of Mrs Ralph O By,, m ., bi Ra ' Ph , Chambel! - arc Mrs C W Hornrel' and Mrs in Miss Elvada Marshall's Junior, rjonaM C Keister refreshments Diamatic Club ' Mrs J F K Milter, Mrs John G Tedrow and Mis Paul Fretts Author Contest Senioi Homeroom 9 held an authoi contest Tuesday It was conducted by sponsoi, Miss Eleanor Roland ' The Constant Lover Enacted Ralph Chambers and Mane Wilson enacted the play, "The Constant Seniors Subscribe. According to the graph on the first floor, cairying the outcome of the subbcript ons lor the Senior Coker the seniors arc leading Where aie the verdant freshman 1 Social Dancing Mi»s Irene Klines Clogging Club spent ths period doing balhoom dancing Program Committees Announced Junior Homeroom 39 announced the piogram committees fot the re- mamdet of the 3 ear as follows with the first named as chanman Wirren McMullen, Jack Higgar, Matilda Shupe, Meiedith Seese, Mary E Ghrist, Raymond Lonze, Margaret G Young Norma Rothlisbergtr was elected Coker captain During homeroom Tuesday tricks were done by Frank Caringola, lltay Kuhn and Watson Ciossland Mental telepathy was shown by Henry Porter and Helen Martis Officers Elected in Room 37 Helen Russo was elected president of "Junior Home.oom 3V, sponsored by Paul Keighttey ^eter Ruggieri was named vice-piesident, James Taranta secretary and Eugene Thrasher treasurer Eugene will alio serve as Cokei captain. Movies Discussed Path Coughenour had charge of the program ~ in "Junior ^Homefoom 2 Betty Lee Dixon gave a talk on Deanna Durbm after which Miss Anna Klutey sponsor talked 01 The First Mo\ie House Theatre Parts Planned. Homeroom 30 has arranged a theatre party to be held Monday and Junior Homerooms 24 and 37 have been invited Norma Rolhhsberger is m charge ol arrangements Heckles Nazis Dorothy Thompson Outspoken foe of Naznani Dorothy Thompson, newspaper columnist, heckles a speaker at tho German- American Bnnd rally at Madison Square Garden, in New York Shortly alter picture was taken, Hiss Thompson wife of Sinclair Lewis, departed, flanked by polics Record Citrus Crops HARRISBUR.G, Feb 23--Record ciops of the three major citrus fiuits (oianges, lemors and grapefiuit) are indicated tor the 1938-30 marketing season Wife Preservers Kep the ctnter of tht- ving room free from furniture This makes for easy con \ersaUon Across ihe room. O.CSSj!rO ENJOY i A tbr M O R E F GET A THRILL. OUT OF ,\_^ m ·-. ._- *--.j.-' ColtonManor FINEST HOTELS j WEEK END OFFER- As low at £10 p* r , P«non, Doubt* Room Bath, All Mtqt,, y oflcr Breakfast Utru Sunday; or ' Coin* down to th* u«a t Colton M«nor wherw luxu riouB ho*pit»lity con.tld.oi. yout pur*o Mod»ir\ comfort*, ** w*t»r b*th», uniquo Ship a D»ck overlooking act*an FaacinfcUng riBw Pl»ytlmo Hoom -- o a m » a «nd tports for all *goa Am low KM S3O WBokly per person doublo ·unsurpavaed cuisine Booklet CO1TON MANOR tnnvrlvjinU Av« AtUntlo Cvtr auJAuchl.i Mar Questions and Answers A 'QiicsUons and Answers contest pci taming to ConneUsviIle marlct-d Senior Homeroom 3 program this week Alberta Itesh Lila Scliroyor and Mary Ellen Suift answered tbe questions poems Reih read i lew JUNIOR IELGH NEWS Quilt patches aie beirg made by ·lisa Luella Oglevees Handicraft Club ^ The Mock Wedding was p-esent- Jid in Miss Catherine Francis' Dri- wauc Club with, tho Jollowmg characters bi Ide Connie Franks groom, Dale Shipley, mother, Caiolme Bui- rows, bridesmaid, Gloria Trump best ·nan Ortn Helnbaugh flowei gill, 7ani"e Najrn M s^ Ma ·· Zirnmei man's homeioom members were guests guests A movie quii game marked Ihe progiam of the Girls' Game Club sponsored by Shernck Fishec Games were also played The sciap books made by irembers of the Scrap Book Club are becoming more and more attractno Some aic saving the Dionne Quintuplets, some poems and o*her rroMc stars Miss Daise Trump is sponsor Dirtball Game Tonight Tumty Lutheran and United B i e t l i c n dartbiliers wiil play tonight at the Presbjtcrian Church in the Church D it tball League Decorations a n d refreshments were m keeping with George Washington s birthday Aid Societ} to Meet At 7 30 o clock this evening the regular meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methoolst Episcopal Church will be held in the church Recreation Activities Tie regular social meeting and square dance was held at the He- creation Center in Everson Monday evening \vith a good attendance. It was followed with o party heM Tuesday evening by the TJR Welcome Club of the center Missionary Societies Meet Women of the Mi«sionarj Societies of Yukon, Ruflsdrile Mount Pleasant and and Sco'tdale Evangelical and Reformed churches attended a school of missions in Trinity Refom- ed Church Wednesday The moinmg session began dt 9 ''O o'clock The topic was "National Missions," and the book from which discussions \vere heard wis 'The City and Its Churches ' By Kmche- loe Mrs C J Loucks had charge of the scripture Rev N W Shollenberger gave a ' Presentation of Home Mission Emphasis ' and Miss Berthal ot Mount Pleasant tallied on Look at the Citj gKmg "Problems City People Meet" After recess Mrs B II Poole of Ruftsdale talked on "The Family and Its Home ' pre- s e n t i n {{ 'What Cities Do to Churches ' and Mrs J F VanDyke of Yukon ' What Churches Do lor Cities ' talking on ' The Primary Work ot Churches ' At the noon houi theie was a box lunch The Scottdale \\omen served baked be ins and coffee The nfternoon session dealt \Mth ' International Missions ' using the studj of India Moving Millions ' Mrs C J Loucks gave The Foreign Mission Emphasis Mrs C M Poole of Ruff=dale had "India s Rural M Ilions' "The Untouchables", Mis Spoick of Yukon talked on "Ministry of Healing in India", Mrs State CCC tnrollmci'ts HARRISBURG Feb 23--A total of 4 80b unemployed Pennsylvania i youths were enlisted ill the Civilian i Conseivahon Coips in the quaiteily enrollrrent period ending last month, | the "3 ate Department of Pubhc Ass sUui e lepoits Foisoncd Butter Stolen MONTREAL, Quebec, Feb 23- AWhouties sought to recover a stole' pttund package of butter, which the} slid was amp egnated with enough bison ' to kill 100 people The but tji uas taken from an exterminating company s pierruses I ranklni Jenncr Taken in custody at Littleton N H , FraiAIm W Jenncr 21, has been hold m the $2 35 robbery death of Mrs Florence L. Ames m Syracuse N Y He waived extradition and was turned over to New York state detectives AUrcss ^sks Divorce HOLLYW ODD Feb 23 --Her hus- b m d didn t like the lestnchons, of man led life according to Manone Peillj actiesi ard daughter of the former stage favorite Carter Deha\en So she hid on file a divo-ce I sui' agiinst Thomas Reilly film I studio officnl Bob Feller Signs Boh Feller, -*.oung strikeout ciam- pion, has signed his 1039 contract with Cleveland Faust of RurTsdalc presented "Higher Christian Education in India", and the program was closed by Miss Ella Marie Schmuck, who talked on "The Church in India ' F\nnime Candidates Candidates foi membership were examined by the board of deacons of the First Baptist Church Wednesday evenuig pieviou c to the regular Wednesday evening p ayer service at the church 1 lot Men's Woo! SWEATERS S Ynlne Men's Leather Faced Snfcty WORK GLOVES *0c Value Men's 8-oz. 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