The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 1, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 1, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. 1939. PUB DAILY COTTRTER. CONNKLLSVILLE. PA. MT. PLEASANT WANTS BETTER GARBAGE LAW Council Committee and Board of Health to Meet Jointly. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 1.-Councilmen Ralph Stoner, Carroll B. Shupc and Bert Mason have been appointed a committee by President Charles Diekson to meet with the board ol health members and work out some plan whereby a better system for the collection o£ garbage and ashes may be operated. Council has assured the board ol health H will stand behind enforcement of. proper sewage where the heed arises to take drastic measures to enforce the law. Continue Street Work. With good weather, work is being continued on the Mullin avenue improvement, part of a WPA project. Meditation Service. Rev. H. B. Clawson, pastor ol the Middle Presbyterian Church, conducted a Lenten meditation Tuesday evening at the church. Leaves Hospital. Mrs. Charles Cunningham of Standard, \vho underwent an operation at Frick Memorial Hospital, has returned home. To Fix MillaEe Monday. Millage for the coming year will be set at the regular meeting o£ iouncil Monday evening. The proposed budget would allow one mil] less, but it is believed by some o] ;he members of council that unless ihere is an assurance that the amounl nf taxes collected will equal those oJ :he past year it would be unwise to .riake any change in the millage. Aid 'Society Meets. The regular business meeting ol ihe Aid Society of Frick Memorial Hospital \vas held Tuesday, afternoon at the hospital. J. O. C. Class Meets. The J. O. C. Bible Class o£ the Methodist Episcopal Sunday School held its regular meeting Tuesdaj evening at the church. A social hour followed the business meeting. Fractures Ankle. Wilmer Fox ol the Mount Pleasan' Lumber and Supply Company is suffering from a fracture of the ankle He slipped from the rear of a lumber truck. A cast was put on the ankle Tuesday at the Frick Memorial Hospital. Official Board Meets. . The official board of the Methodis Episcopal Church held its regulai business meeting Tuesday evening. Plans Lesson Series. Rev. George L. Bayha, pastor of-the Methodist Episcopal Church, wil start a series of short lessons in sou winning at the regular prayer service this evening. Lenten Service Tonight. The second, in a series of Lenten services will be held in the auditorium of the Reunion Presbyterian ·Church this evening. Rev. - J. E Hartman, pastor, will preach. Birth at Hospital. A daughter was born to Mr. ant Mrs. Anthony Brandrofchecz of Hun ker at 8:40 o'clock Tuesday night ii i Frick Memorial Hospital. Candy Presented in Assembly. Helen Munson, co-editor o£ the okcr and a member of the Senior oker committee, presented two omcrooms which have reached their uotas with boxes of candy in as- embly Tuesday afternoon. Sopho- nore Homeroom 4 was the first in the nlire school to reach its Quota o£ G.23 per cent and Ruth Boyle, presi- eut, accepted the candy. The fresh,an quota is 50 per cent and Room 0 has a 50 per cent subscription. is tlie third room in the school o reach its quota as a junior room ·as second. Martha Tissue, presi- exit, received the box for Room 40. \s soon as other rooms reach their uotas candy will be presented. The ubscription graph on the first floor lows the senior class has readied, the 0 per cent mark and the others are ophomores, juniors and freshmen re- pectively. The last three have 'assed the 25 per cent total. Program in Room 39. An original poern, "Destiny," was ead. by Ralph Chambers in Junior lomeroom 39. A crazy spelling bee vas conducted by Margaret Grace Young and the program closed with a game in charge of Norma Rothlis- 'Crger. AT THE Cite Hen's Shirts, Drawers 49c 'Winter -weight, long sleeve shirts, ankle Jenglh drawers. --Main Floor-- $1.00 All Linen Luncheon Cloths 78c 54x54 and 58x58 inch pure linen; contrasting fast colors. --Downstairs-lie Quality Outing Flannel 3.yb.'25c 27 inch heavy quality while outing flannel. --Downstairs-- 5!)c "Women's Outing Gowns Well made, good quality outing. White and pink. · ---Main Floor-The Leader Store Ii55 V. .Crawford A v e n u e ; . Former "West IVmi Terminal. C. H. S. N E W S OF THE DAY Recordings, in Room 26. Earl Ringlcr playpd recordings in Junior Homeroom 2G. He explained the type of selection, classical or popular, and commented on the arrangement, orchestra and the vocalist. Tile amplifier used .by Earl is n lively while black case which he made. The program was 30 interesting that many of the students remained ai'ter behool to hear more selections. A popular classical number was "Figaro," from the^ opera, "Le Barbier do Seville." l 42-A hud a word game today. It was conducted by Don Soxman. Piano Contest Friday. At 3:05 o'clock Friday students ol he High School interested ' in entering the piano contest in the Western Pennsylvania Forensic and Wusie League will play the contest lumber in the auditorium and be udged by Carl T. Ansline. The curtains will be drawn. Persons interested in attending arc invited to do so. T'ovie in Assembly. Through the courtesy of Ross J. Medcalt, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., a movie, entitled "Seeking Steel- heads," king o£ trouts, was shown in assembly. The musical accompaniment was played by Marjie Gray. Crazy Cross-word Puzzles. Crazy cross-word puxles were worked by Junior Homeroom 11-B Miss Emaruth Burkhardt is sponsor. Kayaks BeinB Made. Kayaks, Eskimo boats, arc being made in manuel Iraining classes b Bobby Rose, Willard Lewis and James Gallagher. Paul Munsey is instructor. William Strublc Winner. A question program in charge of Jean Sullivan was held in Senior Homeroom 10 and William Strublc was the winner. Completing; Units. The Conservation classes taught by John F. Lewis are finishing twig study the development of the conservation idea. The botany classes are completing a unit, entitled "How Plants Grow." CRIBBAGE TOURNEY PLANNED ning at the church. There will be election of officers. Miss Dorothy Weaver will be the leader and the subject will be "Wider Grows Thy Kingdom Come. 1 ' Open House Held, Open house was held Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Hamilton- Farm Frolic Friday. Plans for the Senic/r Farm Frolic to be held in the gym/Friday evening were completed Moinctey afternoon when Senior Council met with Miss Hulii Sonsbnch at 3:3lf o'clock. Today is the last day to get' tickets for the J U N I O R HIGH NEWS Donald Williams is president in Miss Kathcvine Francis Room 12 and other oflicers arc: Mary Thompson, vice-president; Katherine Kino, secretary, and Marian Griglak, Scooper reporter. Future asembly programs were rehearsed in Mrs, E. N. Duty's Homeroom. Two plays, "Listening In," and "Naturalization Court," were rehearsed. Contest Craze Continues, Senior Homeroom 3 is "gone'' on contests. Don Shomer conducted a carmel contest Junior Younkin a Professor Quiz: Lawrence Travis an automobile contest and Margaret Staincs a musical quiz. Miss Elvadn Marshall is sponsor. Baby pictures marked the home- 1 room period in Miss Susan Hick's ! room. Summary of Swimming' Meet. W. L. Lewis told his Senior Homeroom 23 about the swimminK meet C. II. S. won Saturday at Pittsburgh and discussed the meet to be held nt Slippery Rock. He outlined each event and told numerous interesting details concerning it. Indoor Track Meet. The "team captained by Bernard Schlingor won lh« indoor tn.dc meet held in Senior Homeroom 5, sponsored by Miss Grace Adams. The losing team was captained by Harry Cochran. Edison Farquhar arranged and presented the meet. Recordings in Room 1. Art Graham and Cecil Wagner presented the program in Junior Homeroom 1, sponsored by Mist Mary Frances Kurtz. A phono amplifier wns used throughout the period playing classicaJ and popular music. Word Game in Room 42. John F. Lewis' Senior Homeroom An interesting program was presented in Miss Daise Trump's homeroom. It was: Poems, Wilbert Woodward, Paul Falliidino, Arthur Andyjohn and Marie Padonc; questions and answers, John Wallace; jokes, Lorctla Davis; song, Lorraine Oakes and current events, "Alice Holt and j Edward Raupach. WHAT TO DO ABOUT A COLD There are a number o£ good tilings to do about o cold--but prob ably the best service is--don't catch one. Says Mrs. Geneva I-umford, 403 Market St., Brownsville, Pa.: "We have been using World's Tonic for some time now in our home and think it is a fine laxative prevention against colds. When the weather is bad the whole family uses World's Tonic. Wo cut down the dose for the youngsters and it works very good for them also." Take World's Tonic, as thousands have been doing for many years. Ge; World's Tonic, with alkaiines, at ConnelJsvillc and Union and all niher up-to-date drug Stores.--Advertisement. (J 59) Scottdole Players Now Being Enrolled for Event. Maloy P st rooms, in Everson, with members of the post taking visitors through the house, which has been renovate and refinished. Townscnd Meeting. A Townsend club meeting will be held at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the Hawkeye Grange Hall. SCOTTDALE, Mar. .1.--The 1039 cribbogc tournament will be held in the borough building again this year. The first playoff will be held at 8 o'clock Friday, March 10. Those who wish to register may leave names at the following places; Eagles Club. Elks Club, Moose Club, Veterans o£ Foreign Wars, Everson; Firemen's social rooms, borough building, and Rutherford's book store. All persons who wish to enter are asked to do so before Monday evening, March G. There will be only one series this season. There is no entrance fee or assessment. 1 Party for Girls. , The junior girls.of Miss Counihan's j assembly held a party Monday night | at the American Legion home. Each ! girl invited a friend. There were 60 j present. Everyone participated in the games and dancing. L. Sadik won first prize in the treasure hunt and H. Ross received a prize. Laurabelle Strickler and Ruth Maglanes entertained with tap dancing. A lunch was served. Second Lenten Service. The second in the series of Lenten services for the commtintiy will be held at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening in St. Paul's Lutheran Church with Rev. M. M. Snydcr, pastor of the United Brethren Church, preaching. The services are held under the auspices of the Ministerium, which invite the public to take part in the meeting. Auxiliary to Meet. Thomas A. Lewellyn Post Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Thurs- I day evening in the Legion home. j Mrs. Robert Snyder is chairman of } the committee. I Guild Election Thursday. I The March meeting of the Otter- I bein Guild of the United Brethren ! Church will be held Thursday eve- T A L O IN SLIDE FASTENERS make dressmaking easy TALON Slide Fasteners arc made in. Meadville, Pennsylvania, by TALON, INC.--originators of the slide fastener and largest manufacturers of slide fasteners in. the -world. . . . "You can sew in a Talon Fastener in a third or a quarter of the time it would take for an old-fashioned closing. It's the quick, sure way to achieve perfect-fitting streamline smoothness in all your clothes. Simplified picture directions arc packed with every Talon Slide Fastener you buy at-- PtNNSYLYANifl G. C. Murphy Co. McCrory Stores Corp. 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