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February 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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Jt-AGE EIGHT. J'J DA1J-.V CUUKlJfiK. UONN'JiiL.'LiBVlLiL.JJ!. Lutheran Congregation Of Mount Pleasant Will Install Pastor Sunday Reveals Vice Middle Churches Flock Will Also Join in Ceremonies. Paradise OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 24.-At a congregational meeting of Trinity Lutheran Church Thursday evening, excellent reports were heard from the various organizations ot the church showing a balance in each of the treasuries. Elected to the church council were Frank Pfrogner, "WUmer Berg and Edward Clark. The congregations of Trinity Lutheran Church and St. John's Lutheran Church, Middle Churches, will join in a union installation service for the new pastor, Rev. George ID. Wolfe, at 9:45.o'clock Sunday morning in the crmrch here.:. · . . ·,,· Bev. H. H. Bagger,- D. D;, president of the. Pittsburgh Synod ol the Lutheran church :.wJR:_conduct the' service. .. . '." -." " .'.'. .' Eentertains Sisterhood. The Sisterhood of the/Tree of Life Synagogue, and friends were entertained Wednesday evening. with bridge at the synagogue .by Mrs. Ben Levine of Eagle street. Seven tables of cards were brought into play during the evening. . Prizes were'won by Mrs. Morris Levine and Mrs. Samuel Levinson. Mr. and Mrs.' Alex Levine and Mrs. Belle Marshall Friedlander of j Greensburg were out of town guests. It was.decided to-buy,two dozen j chairs for the assembly room. .PARADISE, Feb. 2J.5-Tlie Woman's Missionary Society held its-regular meeting at the home oi Miss Mary Hoke Wednesday afternoon with seven members present. Birthday Diiuicr. A surprise birthday dinner was held at the home of L. I. Kreinbrook recently in honor' of Mrs. Kreinbrook's anniversary. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Harold Kreinbrook. Mrs. Kreinbrook received numerous useful gifts. The Woman's Bible Class oE Paradise Sunday School of which Mrs. Kreinbrook is president, held a birthday card and handkerchief shower in honor of her birthday. Personals, Mr. arid Mrs. John Rath of Scottdale have been visiting the past two weeks with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman and family. Miss Margaret Morris has returned from Greensburg and gone to Youngstown, Ohio, where she expects to remain for. some time. ' Miss Mary Hoke spent last week with her sister, Mrs. E. E. Berg of Mount Pleasant, returning home Sun-, day evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lasher and dauyhter, Patty Lee, returned Tuesday afternoon, from a visit with relatives in Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hoke and son, Bobby, were in Uniontown last week. T T rs. William Ashby returned to her home in Farkersburg; W. Va., after a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ritenour. Mr. and Mrs: Wiley Zufall and daughter, Betty Belle, were supper State School Band Contest At Norristown Expose of alleged vice within the shadows of University of. Chicago was . made by Laura Berquist (above), editor of student paper. School and police authorities immediately began an investigation.' I guests Sunday evening with Mr. 2u- The Queen Esther celebration will j £aU . s a u n t _ Mre- Lydia Mnler of be sponsored by the . sisterhood for | pi easan t Unity. the religious school pupils Monday · -- - --' evening, March 6, in the synagogue. The children of the school will be guests of Connellsville Jewry on Sunday. March 5, at a Queen Esther- celebration. Gets Flood Medal. James Shelnr received his recognition for "flood · duty" in -Johnstown with Company E, during the St; Patrick's Day flood of 193B, on Thursday. Entertains for Guest. Mrs. Frank Noss of Pine street entertained at her home Wednesday evening with two tables of, cards, in honor of Mrs. Minnie Lock. Prize* were awarded to Mrs. Elmer Whetsel, Mrs. Whetsel and Mrs. Lock. Refreshments were served. Coaster Injured. Vincent Kranech, five years old, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Stephen J. Krancher, of near Central, suffered a severe laceration of the chin, and an injury to his left wrist and shoulder when the sled on which he . was ridina crashed into a tree near his home. Sportsmen io Sleet. The regular meeting of the Mount Pleasant Sportsman's Association will be held Monday evcnng, March 6, in Odd Fellows Hall. Evuijselistic Services. The evangelistic services being held each evening at the Church ot God will continue another week, with the pastor, Rev. V. O. Barnhart, preaching the sermons. Townscnd Meeting:. A Townsend meeting will be held at 7:30 o'clock this-evening in the Slovak hall, West Smithfleld street. Music will be furnished by the Firemen's Band and there will be a program ol speaking. Noah Darr Dies. LATROBE, Feb. 24.--Noah Darr, 82, of Youngstown, died Wednesday night at his home. He leaves these children: Dorothy at home,.Mrs. J. E, 'Heontzelman and Ellen of Latrobe, R, D. 1, Lottie of Scottdale and Mrs. J. "W.. Calhoun of Spring. field. Mass. There are five grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Youngstown Methodist Episcopal Church with Hev. C. A. Clark officiating. ' Interment wiH be made in -the church cemetery. Keep Warm With "Champion" C O A L Wishful wishing won't keep you warm -- b u t Champion Coal will! We have all kinds of coal .and guarantee immediate delivery. STONE WORK Two Yards: McCorraick- at Gibson Ave., and South Arch Street. Mr. and Mi's. James Lyons vl reenburg, R. D., called recently on Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Lyons. Walker Stouflfer, and daughters, and sister, Elizabeth Stouffer, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stouffer of Bakersville, who recently announced the arrival of B- second daughter in their home. Karry McConnell has retunred from Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, and is convalescing'at his home here although he is'required to return to the hospital for special treatment. " Mr. and. Mrs. Edward Bpkin and Mrs. Homer Huhn of Homestead were recent visitors. Beats Italian Champion, Marcel Cerdan, French welter, out- pointed Saveiro TruieDo o£ Italy, International Boxing Union champ, in a 12-round non-title bout in Paris. B. 0. Modification Program Endorsed Baltimore Ohio Railroad has received formal deposits and assets of $429,180,778, or 79.1 per cent, of the total of $542,812,328 securities affected by its plan for termporary modification of interest charges and maturities. Acceptance of the modification plan by large institutional holders signifies the plan is viewed favorably by leading investment experts of the country. Tlie plan has been declared operative by the board of directors of the Baltimore Ohio. Heads Maryland Police. ANNAPOLIS, Md., Feb. 24.--Governor O'Conor named Lieutenant Colonel Beverly G. Ober of the Maryland National Guard us superintendent of the state police in the biggest political "upset" to emerge £rom the executive's office. Fiery Itching Skin Try This Simple Home Treatment for Quick Ease and Comfort 'Here Is a clean, powerful, penetrating oil. now .dispensed by pharmacists everywhere at trifling cost that brings speedy relief £rorn the itching and tortures of Eczema, Itching Toes and Feet Hashes ar.d other externally caused skin troubles, i Not""only does Moore's Emerald Oil soothe the itching and torture but It lu.'Ips promote more rapid and healthy healing. You can obtain Moone's Emerald Oil in the original bottle at any mod- ein drug store on a guarantee ot money buck iE not completely satisfied. Creaseless--Stainless.--Advertisement. Burn's Drug Store and Union Drufir Company, By Unlfd Press. j PITTSBURGH, Feb. 24.--The 10th! annual State band contests for Pcnn- ; sylvania high schools will be held; at Norrislown, April 28 and 29, 193S1, i when the Pennsylvania Forensic and j Music League will hold its 12th State ' meeting with "Norristown schools as hosts. i During March there will be band contests throughout Pennsylvania in more than 60 counties, according to C. S. Belfour, executive secretary of the league at the University ol Pittsburgh. Winning bands in the counties qualify for nine district or in- tercounty contests. These will be held early in April at Franklin, Greensburg, California, Clarion, Lock Haven, State College, Wilkes-Barre. Northampton, and Upper Darby. First place winners in the district meets are eligible for participation at Norristown. Past Stale, honors in Class A (schools with more than 750 students) band have been Johnstown, Charleroi, Taylor, Alldevdice (Pittsburgh), Berwick (three times), Lower Merion (Ardmore), Beaver Falls, and Sharon High schools. In Class B (250-750 students) . the winning bands have been Somerset (four times), Clairton, Hegins,. "Waynesboro, and Montrose (twice) high schools. Class C (fewer than 250 students) i State winning bands have been Mon-: trose (three times), Parker City,! Hegins, Boiling Springs (twice), and New Oxford (twice) high schools. Each band plays in contest a warm-up number, the required number, and a selected number. The State required- numbers for 1939 are: Class A, "Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna," by Suppe; Class B, "Overture Militairc," by Skornicka; and Class C, "Prince and Jester," by Taylor. The State band contest is one oi 41 music and seven speech events in the program of the forensic and music league. Annually, more than 350 high schools participate. The organization is administered by the University of Pittsburgh through its extension division. Previous State contests have been held at Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Altoona, Sunbury, Johnstown, Oil City, Pottsville and Grove City. Pain Stopped! Or No Cost TOT quiet relief from the torturing pain o! Rhc.umatUm. Arthritic, Neuritis. Sciatica and Lumbago, use M Y A C I N , the safe, new iciemifie discovery that has helped thousands of lufferers. Contain! no harmful, habit- forming drugs or nircotics. Stops the raoit intense pal a In t hurry, Guir- ·meed to bring quick relief or jour money back. Coiti only A. A. CLARKE, 323 N. Fittsburg St, Connellsville. 1938 Chrysler 4-Door Touring Sedan .Slightly used. Equippe'd with heater and de- 'J.foster. 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