The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 3, 1939 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 3, 1939
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PAGE EIGHT. DAILY COUKIKK, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1939. News of Day At Dunbar News,'of Tri-Town Community Special to The Courier. DUNBAH, Mar. 3.--A monthly consecration meeting will bo held Sunday evening :it the Presbyterian Church by the Christian ^Endeavor Society. Miss Keba Harvey will be the leader. John Smith o[ the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church ] will be the speaker, and will use "The! History of Presbyterianism West ot' the Alleghenies" as his subject. The meeting will begin nt C:3D o'clock. Party for Teachers. The Tri-Hi-Y Club ot the Dunbar High School held a faculty party Tuesday. The evening was spent playing cards, cootie and Chinese checkers. Decorations ' were green und white, in keeping -with £st. Patrick's Day. A delicious lunch was served, nach honor guest was presented with a gift and a favor, the latter also being green and white. The members of the faculty who were honored were: Misses Louise Blackwell, Gwendolyn Guyton, Lucy Scott, Margaret Williams, Jane Wood, Isobel Nagle, Mrs. Mary VanNatta, Miss Lulu Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blair and Mrs. .7. R. Lonsinger. Miss Harriet Jumper, councilor for the Girls' Club, assisted in arranging the party. Mission Workers Meet. Sunday school workers of the Dunbar Mission met Wednesday at the home of -Mrs. Charles Hall with 12 members present. Routine business- was discussed and plans for an oyster supper were made. The date has not yet been set. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Albert Bodkin of Furnace hill. Joint Hostesses. Mrs. John Sar.sone and Mrs. Bruno were hostess at a card and bingo party Monday evening. Bridge, five-hundred and bingo were played. The winners were: Bridge, Anthony Galand, Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Cowan, the last two o£ Connellsville; five- hundred, Daniel Fitzgerald, Philomena Ciamacco, Marcus DeMarco, Joseph Rcilly and Mrs. Wayne Watson; special bingo, Mrs. Albert Schwenning: bingo, Mayruc Harper, Mrs. Joseph Monzola. Angeline Di- Nello, Mrs. Ernest Di Blasio, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Gerald Ross.'., Mrs. Arthur McCusker, Mrs. Anna Younkin and Edith Di Blasio. Other Items of Interest. Augfcio Sforo and sons, Benjamin. Joseph Dominic and Patsy motored to McKeesport recently 1o visit with Mr. and Mrs.-"Curly" Miller. Mrs. Robert Rhone of Hanover spent several days with Miss Rhea Courtney. Mrs. Rhone is a former resident and will be remembered as Miss Evelyn Baker. Mrs. Ella Williams and Mrs. Joseph Courtney were in Connellsville Tuesday evening. Mrs. Richard Darby and little daughter, Shirley Jean, returned home from Connellsville State Hospital today. Mrs. Darby is the former Miss Thelma Rugg. Stations of the Cross. Stations of the Cross will be held at 3 o'clock tills afternoon and at 7:30 tonight at St. Aloysius Church with Rev. George F. Hurley Jn charge. Questions will be ansu-ered at the evening service. Townsend Mcetinr. All persons are invited by the com mittcc in charge to attend the Townsend meeting ot be held in the basement of the Methodist. Protestant Churuch at 7:30 o'clock tonight. A L. Smitley, J. T. Burhans and John Stannis comprise the committee. Honor KotI Announced. Principal J. C. Blair announces the following honor roll for the fourth period of the school year: "" Grade one, Constance Bell, Virginia Bunting, Angeline Caruso, Jane Dunaway, Eleanor Paul, Evelyn Bobbins and Peggy Smiley. Grade two, David Binkey, Jean Blair, Carmen Ciamaccio, Dale Gangawere, George Hyatt, Dorothy Martin, Lois Mitts, Anthony Natale and Jacqueline Rossi. Grade three, Richard Hardy, John Lancaster, Walter Reynolds, Nil Wells, Anna Bell, Joan Graziano Janet Miller, Joan Wells, Wanda Wilson and Betty Jean Bufano. Grade four, Waite Strong, Joan Martin, Pauline Wallace. / Grade five, Margaret Beriter, Edith DiBlasio, Rita' McFarland, Anna Mesco, Evelyn Mr.nzola, Ruth Spangler and Leonard Bell. Grade six, Anthony DeMott, Robert Nebraska, Betty Lancaster, Betty Lehman, Wilma McGee, Betty McNelis and Margaret Riley. Grade seven, Norma Spongier, Lucy Bell, Jmogene Shrader, Margaret Mesco, Camella Grass and Jacqueline McClintock. Grade eight, William Galand, William Hardy, Vincent Macheletta, Joseph Padovini, Bedy Lfeza, James Howard, Fiore DiBlasio, Lynette Rechenberg and Freda Harvey. Spuctal to The Courier. DAWSON, Mar. 3.--The Order of the Eastern Star held a card party Tuesday evening with 15 tables in play. The .following committee was in charge: Mrs. Harry Cochvan, chairman, Mrs. F. E. Burdette, Mrs. John Landymore, Miss Olive Landymore, Mrs. Frank McGill, Mrs. E. S. Bailey, Mrs. William Cossel, Mrs. T. M. Zimmerman, Mrs. James Heisterman and Mrs. J. E. Rollings. Mrs. Rollings and Mrs. George Whinkey were hostesses. Prizes for 500 were won by Mrs. Carl Budd and Earl Lewis; auction bridge, Mrs. Percy Edwards and Andy Luckey; contract, Mrs. Wray T. Laird and F. E. Burdette. and door prize, Mrs. William Gillespie. There were several persons present from Scottdale, including the worthy matron of ,he chapter, Mrs. Thomas Kreger. Lunch was served by the committee. JVIcctinff Postponed. The meeting oi the Friday Nile Q I Club, which was to have been held I tonight, has been postponed, due to '. the illness of the hostess, Mrs. Harry j Shallenberger of Liberty. Mrs. I Shallenberger is suffering with in- I fluenza. ! Vacation in Florida. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Charlesworth left Monday by inotor to spend three weeks in Florida with their son and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Charlesworlh of St. Petersburg, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Roe ! of Miami. Dr. Charlesworth will preach at the First Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church jn St. Petersburg, where his son is one of the ministers. Personals. Mrs. Frank McGill of North Dawson, Miss Sarah Freed of Vanderbilt, Mrs. C. S. Harper of Liberty, Mrs. Stanley Mor.g, Mrs. Paul Landymore, Mrs. Charles Landymore, Miss Jessie Laclymore, Mrs. George Whipkey, Mrs. Ken H. Collins and Miss Vivian Yvonne Collins attended Eastern Star meeting in Connellsville Monday evening. Miss Jerry Harris is ill of influenza at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Hunker of Liberty. Mrs. Max Joseph re-turned home from ConnellsviJle State Hospital Wednesday. She underwent »n operation about two weeks ago. Betty Jean Addis and Ella Mae Patterson of Vanderbift visited Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Patterson of Connellsville. Miss Teresa Gaal. a registered nurse at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, has returned to her duties after spending n few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gaal of North Dawson. Seek Her Slayer District Students Complete California College Curriculum CALIFORNIA, Mar. 3.--Sixteen i students completed their four-year ' curriculum at California State Teachers College at the end of the tirsl semester and became candidates foi the degree of bachelor of science They are certified to teach but will not receive their degrees until May Betty A. Nelson of Belle Vernon qualified in elementary education Norman J. Havlieheck of Smock Robert E. McQundc of HooversvilU and Zona R. Robinson and Andrew M. Knaka of Uniontown in secondnrj curriculum, and James A. Laurich o KufTsdale and Joe M. Honeychuck o Mount Pleasant in industrial arts. This is a studio closcup of Anya Sosoyeva, Russian dancer bludgeoned to death on the Los Angeles City College campus. Disclosure that preceding her death the dancer lived in great fear, caused police to seek her "new boy friend." District 10 Reports In Sunday School Drive OHIOPYLE, Mar. 3.--A report on five Sunday Schools of District 10, made by President Davis A. Wolfe, showed the following attendances for the pre-Easter campaign: Meadow Run--26. Ohiopyle Baptist--50. Ohiopyle Methodist--7C. Bear Hun Church of Brethren--20. Oak Grove--52. No Fatal Mishaps In 11th District, 191 Persons Hurt GREENSBURG, Mar. 3.--Coal pro duction in the llth bituminous dis trict during 3938 amounted to 3,846, 968 tons, the report of State MinL Inspector J. J. McDonald revealed today. Of this amount 507,144 tons were produced by loading machines, thi report showed. There was a total o. 73,740 tons of coke manufacture last year. A total of 41 mines operated £. the region, employing five or more men. There were no fatal accidents although non-fatal mishaps numbered 191 of which 5b caused 80 or more days of disability. Pennsville I'ENNSVILLE, Mar. 3.--Mrs. Harry Coughenour of Uniontown, visited at the W. E. Harbaugh home last week. Mrs. Hayes Heck has returned home from a two-week visit with her husband, Hayes Heck, in New York City. Mrs. Myrtle E. Miller was a visitor at the home of her son, Paul Miller, r.Iondu3', at Connellsville. Mrs. F. W. Rishebegar and Mrs. Lewis Dixson of Newport, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Rishebegar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halfhill. Mrs. Harriet Halfhill and Mrs. Ruth Dixon visited friends in Ohio last week. Mrs. Jasper Sprinkle was a visitor at Prick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Wednesday evening. Film Actress to Weil. HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 3.--Prances Mercer, young Hollywood starlet and daughter of Sid Mercer, well-known sports writer, will wed Brand Cooper, screen writer. She said the match v.-a.-n't love nt first sight but a ^ood ^tihstituU*. 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