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February 15, 1938

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TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 103S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSV1LLE, PA. PAGE THREE. MT. PLEASANT REORGANIZES ROADS GROUP W i l l Concentrate on Having Route 31 Given Attention. DR. MARSH IS MADE PRESIDENT Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 15.-- Increase Campaign" Of Sunday Schools In Coi/mty Gets Results COULDN'T GET HERRING. JPOCTOR BLAMES HIS WIFE The Mount Pleasant Good Roads As- .ociation, with a membership of 862, ·eorganized at the borough building Wonday evening, with the election of .he following officers: President, Dr, iV. A. Marsh; vice-president, J. A. Cooper; secretary, A. M. McCloy, ind treasurer, John L. Ruth. The association was first organized April IS, 1823, and had its last active meeting February 25, 1935. A report of Treasurer Ruth showed a balance of $70.62 in the treasury. A representative group of business and professional men with representatives of council were present. It was stated that no assessments or dues were being asked of members, but better roads for the traveling public and lor Mount Pleasant arc the aim. It was decided to center attention of the club on Route 31, and take steps whereby the bad 12-mile stretch between Mount Pleasant and Somerset might have something done with it at an early date. In furthering this it was decided to have the president appoint committees to contact the county commissioners, Somerset and West Newton people with this in view. The next meeting will be held March 14. BIrs. Mary Miller Dies. Mrs. Mary E. Miller, 58 years old, wife of John Miller, died Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at her home in West Washington street. Mrs. Miller had been an invalid for 10 years. Besides her husband she is survived by the following children: Kenneth of Donora, Joseph, Irene and Billy at home. To funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home in charge of Rev. V. O. Barnhart, pastor of the Church ol God. Interment will be in Mounl Pleasant Cemetery. Birthday Supper, The Ladies' Aid Society of the Reunion Presbyterian .Church held a covered dish supper at the home of Mrs. William Robinson Monday evening. It was the annual birthday supper. Patriotic Program. The James E. Zundcll Post Auxiliary will sponsor a patriotic program at the Legion rooms tonight with Mrs. Arthur Beaver of Dravosburg and Mrs. James Conway of Scottdal as the principal speakers. Colonial Tea. The Mount Pleasant Music Club will hold a Colonial Tea in the Sunday School room of the Reunion Presbyterian Church this evening a 8 o'clock. A very interesting pn gram has been arranged. Observe Valentine Day. Valentine Day was observed in Ramsay High School Monday after noon with valentine boxes in each r-o mbeing a feature. Throat Operation. Susan Stuirs, six-year-old daugh tcr ol Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stairs, o North Diamond street, underwent throat operation at Frick Mcmoria Hospital on Monday. Personal. William Cochran returned horn Sunday from Clcarflcld where h visited with his parents. NEW YORK, Feb. 15.--When Dr. Frederick B. Hcnschol asKed for herring he got pork chops. That was one of the reasons why the Park avenue physician and his pretty wife couldn't get along, he testified in court. Norval R. Daugherfy, Prominent m Frafernal Organizations, Is Dea PITTSBURG. Feb. 15.--Attornc Norval R. Daugherty, 62, prominen in fraternal organization circles an one-time Rppublican candidate fo various political offices, died Satur day at his home at 5818 Dougla avenue. A native of Jefferson, Green county, he had been a resident Squirrel Hill for 28 years. He he! high offices m the Odd Fellow Masons and Knights of Pythias. J attended Waynesburg College an was a graduate of West Virgin; University. He leaves his wife, a son and tw sisters. A funeral service was held Sunda afternoon and an additional scrvii Monday afternoon was followed b interment m a Waynesburg cemetcr. He was past grand master of Odd Fellows in Pennsylvania, was district deputy grand master in the Masonic order and was pnst grand chancellor, Knights of Pythias, in this State. Admiral Grayson, Red Cross Chairman, Dies Continued from Page One. oosevelt consulted Grayson, who ild it was perfectly possible. "Map out the route and round up dmiral Rixey and Archie Butt," T. . roared. "We start from the White ouse at 3 A. M. tomorrow." With a heavy ram and sleet fall- ig, and the Secret Service men left chind, the party set out. Roose- elt's blasses became encrusted with e, and he could not sec, but the arty grimly galloped onward. Once he President fell off his mount. That night, Roosevelt, Grayson and utt ate dinner from the mantel. When Taft became President, jrayson's popularity continued, and c was assigned to duty on the "Moy- owcr," presidential yacht. In March, 1913, Woodrow Wilson ell under the' Grayson charm, and lose him to be White House phy- :cian. Not long after, Wilson made Grayson, then only 38, a rear admiral. Grayson became one of the austere Viison's few intimate friends, attend- ng Mrs. Wilson during her last ill- ess, and the President, who was ontmually plagued by sickness dur- ng his second term. Grayson learncc many political secrets, but none ·assed his lips. He accompanied Wilson to Pans for the peace con- crence after the World War. The admiral retired from the Nav; n 1928, but his activity, it seemed vas just beginning. At one time o: he other he was: Member of th ublic health committee of the Nat onal Food Administration; medica member of the Council on Nationa Jefcnse; medical director of th Washington Gas Light Company. In 1933, Roosevelt selected Gray son to be chairman ot his firs naugural committee. He served m a similar capacity four years later. When John Barton Payne died i 1935, Grayson became head of th Red Cross, an organization he great! admired. Directors voted him $17,000 salary, but he refused it, ac cepting instead the income from .rust fund, which yielded about S4, EDO annually. Under Grayson, the Red Cross enlarged its public health nursing program, paid increased attention to the eradication ol pellagra in the South, and intiated a program of roadside first aid stations, to help in fighting highway accidents. Grayson's activities were so numerous that he was forced to give up a fashionable and lucrative practice which he began upon leaving the Navy. One of his major duties was the chairmanship of the Gorgas Memorial Institute of Preventive Medicine and Tropical Research. For recreation, Grayson. bred horses at his nearby Virginia farm, \vherc he often rested with his wife and three son-;. Friends gathered there frequently for barbecued dinners, and to hear Grayson's stories. One of his cronies Svas a fellow Virginian, Senator Carter Glass, who loved to swap stories wittt the ad- Planning Ceremonies An "increase campaign" in the unday schools of Fayelte county, as ·ell as over the State generally, is making fine progress, according to eports given at the meeting of ex- cutives of the Fayette County Sun- ay School Association 'Saturday at lie courthouse in Uniontown. Results vill not be known until reports are A large representation of the cx- cutivc groups was in attendance at he meeting, presided over by Presl- icnt J. W Dawson. The committee lor the annual ·ounty convention, which will be icld June 9 and 10 at Great Bethel iaptist Church, Uniontown, was ap- olntcd. It is made up of L. G loover and Rev. E A. Schultz of Connellsville, Rev. LeRoy Carter and Rev. L. S. Clark of Uniontown and Rev. Thomas DcLawrence ol Brownsville. The convention will be ot four ·sessions, instead of six. The first ·session will be Thursday eveninc, June 9, the others morning, afternoon and evening on June 10 Suggestions for a "theme" and 'slogan" were requested by the committee. Some were presented at the meeting. Others may be sent to the secretary lor consideration by the committee. '^ It was decided to print a handbook and directory similar to the one used last year. The annual statistical blanks were distributed to the district officers who were present. Each district will have an annual visitation day and these reports wril be collected at that time from the schools. An effort will be made to have them all returned by Easter Sunday. All of the 18 districts will hold their annual conventions and elections between this and May 15. The county officers will be kept busy attending these meetings and installing the newly elected officers. The adult Bible classes of the county were invited to participate in an adult rally to be held at Johnstown on April 1. The county secretary will send the invitation to all adult classes, giving place and time Schoolmen Will Meet Wed nesday A t C a l i f o r n i a Professor Richard W. Grant, director of music and chairman of the faculty committee on public oc- ' caslons at the Pennsylvania. State College. His committee Is planning the ceremonies marking the break- Ing of ground which will Inaugurate the largest building program In tc history of the College. The- celebration will be held Saturday, Feb. .26, and will signalize the beginning of the $5,000,000 construction program sponsored by the General State Authority and Public Works Administration. One ot the largest gatherings of schoolmen in the tri-county region will be held Wednesday night when the Washington - Greene County (Schoolmen's Club will play host to the Fayette County Schoolmen's Club at the former's annual meeting at California State Teachers College. The session will begin with a dinner at 6:30 o'clock m the college dining- room. Panel discussions of "An Enlarged Responsibility of the Secondary Schools" will feature the session with John H. Dorr, superintendent of schools at Monongahela, in charge. Panel discussions will be conducted with the following leaders: "The College Preparatory Phase," W. H. Chpman, Charlerol High School principal. "Industrial and Vocational Education," R. Lee Hornbake, California State Teachcis College. "Terminal Couiscs," A. A. Hamcs, Group to Have Charge Of Annual Year Book ' ' Selected. / OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Jefferson Township principal. High School Mount Braddock of meeting. charge. Noted leaders will be in miral. Grayson himself regarded the naval tour of the world in 1905 and 1906, ordered by Theodore Roosevelt to show off the Nation's sea power, as his most interesting experience. A number of foreign countries decorated Grayson. France made him a member of its Legion of Honor; Belgium conferred upon him the Order of Leopold and the United States gave him the Navy Cross. Everson Church Continues Revival East End Church Has Evangelistic Program All Week The evangelistic meetings at the East End United Brethren Church will be held every evening this week with Rev. William J. Ritcney, pastor, m charge. Tonight he will speak on "Lamps Without Oil." There will be special music by the church. Previously Rev. Ritchey had conducted special meetings at the Mount Olive Church. i*:mr, isose urop» Liquid. Tlblcu COLDS and FEVER Checks first day Headache. 30 minutes Try ·*Kub-M\.Tlsm"-Uorld'$ UeM SCOTTDALE, Feb. 15 --Revival meetings at the Everson United Brethren Church arc continuing throughout this week, Rev. Paul A Morris, pastor, announced. There will be services each night at 7:30 o'clock. v The pastor announced that Sunday School night will be observet Wednesday when the local school will be in charge. Every member is urged to be present and other schools are invited to attend. Get Quick Relief from Eczema Itching Just one AppUcftUon of Ice Mint wll ease the burning itching of eczema quickly you wilt be surprised. Ice Mint, which you can get at any drug *tore. at small cost. Is a pure, snow unite, medicated creom, unusually sooth ing and cooling--is, pleasant to use and is fine to eaic the itching of eczema, itching between the toes and other Itching skin irritations To* a package today --Ad \crtisement Confluence Officials Discuss New Municipal Building With WPA Aid CONFLUENCE, Feb. 15.--Plans lor construction of a new municipal building were discussed by borough council and Earl Younkin ol Somerset, WPA project engineer. Erection ot » stone structure to replace he present Iramc building that includes the council chamber, jail and firemen's quarters is suggested. The new structure would be more commodious and provide firemen with additional quarters. Council would be compelled to pay about 20 per cent ot the cost, it was estimated. Council fixed the tax levy lor 1938 the same as last year. Mrs. Kate Shcrrick is visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna Rose, and other relatives m Connellsville. Mrs. Howard Sanner continues to improve from a several weeks' illness. Mrs. Bruce Trcutlc of Connellsville was hero Saturday to visit her father, Thomas R. Brown. Members of the Men's Bible Class of the Methodist Episcopal Church will hold their regular social meeting at the home of the teacher, C. C. Shaffer, Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock. A large attendance is urged by the president ol the class. Calvin Livengood of St. Paul, who several weeks ago lost a hand while operating a corn shredder, was visiting friends in town Saturday. Mrs. John A. Butler, who has been in poor health for some time, is much improved. DonaJd Ferrcll has returned to his work in Youngstown, Ohio, nftcr a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. L Ferrcll here. A Reed of Brownsville is visiting his son-in-law and daughter. Dr. pnd Mrs C B. Hopwood Mrs. L. D Show who has been confined to her room for several weeks with a severe illness is now able to be down stairs Mr. and Mrs. L L Ferrcll were recent visitors with friends and relatives in Youngstown, Ohio Evangelistic meetings are continuing at the Gospel Mission in the former Dean store room with Evangelists Helen and Billy Smith in charge Mr. and Mrs Orville Oslei ol Ursina were visiting friends in town yesterday. M. L. McClintock, a well-known resident of H,irncdsville was among the visitors here Friday. G P. Fra/cc, well-known jeweler, is suffering with a very severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bower have returned from a lew days' visit in Orlando and ather places in Florida. Mrs. Sterling Boyd of Uniontown is here taking care of her mother, Mrs. L. D Show, who has been very ill for several months. Raymond Shipley, a Baltimore MOUNT BRADDOCK, Feb. 15.-Elva June Gordon and Jackie Garber have been absent from school on account of illness. Mr. and Mrs Stockdale announce the birth of a daughter last week. Mrs. G. Adams and Miss Nellie Hoodlen ol this place and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Mitchell of Percy have been attending revival services at the Methodist Protestant Church of Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. S. Leich announce the birth ol a daughter last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. McDonald of Pittsburgh were local callers recently. True Blue Class ot the Methodist Protestant Sunday School held its monthly meeting a\ the home of Kathleen Matthews. The Adventist Church is holding revival services. Evangelist R. W. Nuwbcrs of Pittsburgh and Rev. Ficklmg of Grcensburg arc in charge. Mrs. Morcy and Nancy Minerd of Dunbar arc visiting at the home of Mr*. J. A. Matthews. Mrs. Elmer Jordan's class of young boys held a valentine party at her home Friday evening. They are members ot the Methodist Protestant Church of Mount Braddock. "Instructional Procedure and Devices," Robert E. Boyles, Washington High School principal. "Functional Social Studies," Dan R. Kovar, Benjamin Franklin Junior High School principal ol Uniontown. "Recreation," E. C. Longanecker assistant superintendent ol Greene county schools. "Guidance," Bcla B. Smith, superintendent ol Connellsville schools. Alter the panel discussions, the program will be summarized by Dr Charles E. Prall, dean ol the schoo ol education at the University 01 Pittsburgh. Dr. Thomas M. Gilland of California is chairman of arrangements REDUCE SAFELY Snys 'otcl Authority Go to Clarke's and cct a box of Hock- A-Water Tablets. Reduce 10 pounds In 11 days ThJrty-day treatment only *2 00. and guaranteed to mnke ou lose f.at without dieting --Advertisement. Former County Man Dies in McKeesport Henry Bush Sarver, widely known in Fayette and Westmoreland coun^ tics as a driver of bakery out of Un lontown and Grcensburg, died Sun day morning in McKeesport Hospital For some time past he had been in McKeesport where his son, Harry, i employed and a few days ago hi had rented a house there and moved into it. Friday the son found Jus father lying unconscious beside a bed, having evidently fallen from it Taken to the hospital, it was appar ent his skull had been Iracturcd. Mr Mr. Saver never regained conscious ess. Mr. Sarver had lived for severs years at Uniontown and had beci connected with baking companic there, also with the Ellis music store He had been employed by a Me Kecsport bakery since moving to tha place. The luneral will be held Tuesda morning at 10 o'clock at the horn at 2120 Jenny Lind street, McKecs port. DONT fihT UP NIGHTS IT'S ABNOHMAL It's nature's warning "Danger Ahead " Your 25c back If this fall* Flush the kldncyi as you ·would the bowels Drive out waste. Alkalize execs* adds This helps soothe the IrritnUon that -wake* you up. causes frequent or pcanty flow, burning or backache. Get Juniper oil. buchu leavei, and 6 other drugs made Into green tablet* Just say Bukets to any drtiKRlsU Locally at A. ment. A Clarke. DrugfiUt. -- Advertise- Ohio fireman, of Glcnwood Is visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hyatt. Mrs. R. L. Chenowcth is not improving any from n long period of poor health. Mr. and Mrs. James Loach of McKeesport were called here Thursday night by the accident involving their brothcr-m-law nnd sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Turney. Jcannctte Man Dies. JEANNETTE, Feb. 15.--Robert Schinckc, 58, of Jcannette, died Sa' urday night in a Pittsburgh hospital of pneumonia. He was a construe tion engineer. .ENIORS PLAN. GRADUATION; STAFF NAMED Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 15.--The senior lass of the Scottdale High School as taken the first steps toward graduation. This week the members re having their photoglyphs taken ind the committee lor the "Blue and Vhite," year book, follows' Editor- n-chicf, Jean Sturgis; assistant edi- ors, Pcgcy Dawson and Kay Gos- lorn; literary editor, - Gcnevicve ichildkamp; feature editor, - Mary Davis; athletic editor, Art White; art ditor, Anna Egnotz; advertising manager, Catherine Reagan; "assis- ant advertising manager, Jack Mc^lain; circulation manager, Eddie iyers; assistant circulation managers, iilda Finnerty and Arthur Gralt; business manager, Dick Lewellyn; assistant business managers, Richard Iralt; typists, Sara Tannehill, Lois Solomon, Martha Stoncr, Ruth Shal- enbergcr, Pi iscilla Antoskevich, Ruth Fail, Nancy Gnsafc and Grace .lurray. Ready for Charter. The Legion Boy Scout troop held ts meeting Monday evening at o'clock in the Legion home. This newly formed troop is ready to apply 'or its charter. Walter Newcomer is scoutmaster and George Hollenbaugh ·md John Holliday assistant scoutmasters. Valentine Party. The Young People ol Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church held a Valentine social in the social rooms of the church Monday evening lames and refreshments were in teeping with the day. Enter League Contest. Members ol the Mcndelsohnn Choral Club have entered the West moreland Music Forensic Leagu contest, and will have members tak ing part m the large vocal group ensemble, trio, soprano solo and alto solo groups. To Entertain Club. Mrs. Ray Rath ol Pearl street wil be hostess Wednesday evening to th Happy-Go-Lucky Club. Sewing Club to Meet. Mrs. E. S. Glasgow will entertain the Ladies' Sewing Club at her horn in Mulberry street Wednesday alter noon. The meeting has been move up one week Irom last Wednesday. Society to Meet. Mrs. J. E. Anderson of Arthu avenue will entertain the Missionary Society ol St. Paul's Luthcrar Church Wednesday evening at her home. TJndcreocs Operation. Henry Carlson ol North Scottdal underwent an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital in Mount Fleasan Monday. At Pastoral Conference. Dr. M. M. Allbcck, pastor of S aul's Lutheran Church, read a paper efore the Pastoral Conference in recnsburg Monday. -- Personal. Miss Estelle Taylor, a former resi- ent of Scottdale who is taking a ost fffaduate course at Mercy Hos- ital, (Pittsburgh, spent the week-end ith /her aunt and uncle,' Mr. and irs. k'rthur Snyder of Walnut street. It's Swell! Sure, they all like Farmers' milk ... it has that added flavor and freshness that makes it the favorite of all children. They know that it ( builds strong, healthy bod- ( les, develops bright, ever-alert minds. Grown-ups too prefer 1 the invigorating qual- _ ities of Farmers'1 " They find it gives them extra energy and pep to carry them through busy days. Order an extra bottle of Farmers' Milk today and assure your family of extra health protection! Co-Oporative Dairy Assn. Phone 880 Mrs. Hldcr's Funeral. The funeral lor Mrs. Amanda C Hidcr of Mill Run was held Saturda, afternoon with a prayer at the home followed by a service at Indian Creek Baptist Church with Rev. Spanglci pastor, officiating The choir sang I "Rock of Ages" and "There Will Be I No Disappointment In Heaven," as- ' sisted at the piano by Mrs. Fostei Bigam. Pallbearers wcie Mrs. Lawson Miner, Charles Burkholdcr, C. K Brooks, W. 1. Morrison, L. G. Hawkins and George S. Rowan. Inter- I mcnt was on tho Baptist Cemetery. | For"Raw"Throat Gargle With The Antiseptic That Wins Standard Laboratory Tests by 9.3 to 1 Tha minuto your throat feels dry and raw. KOTKlo with tbo antiseptic that JMls «wf germs fasti Use Zonito it'* fl.3 time* more ncti*»-- by standard laboratory 1*W -- than any other popular, non-poisonous antiseptic. 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