The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 18, 1938 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 18, 1938
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n PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEULSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1938. NEWS OF DAY 'ATSCOTTDALE BRIEFLYJOLD SCOTTDALE, Feb. 18.--Mrs. D. S. Rogers of North Chestnut street was hostess Thursday afternoon to the Saturday Afternoon Club of Scottdaic and Mount Pleasant at her home. The health committee, Mrs. W. B. Barnhart and Mrs. N. E. Silsley, were in charge, and the speaker of the afternoon, was Dr. J. H. Fiscus of Greensburg. He Rave an interesting and instructive talk on "Syphilis." There was special music by Mrs. Ellis Gault, accompanied by Miss Thelma Snyder. . At the close of the program there ..was. a social hour with refreshments. Frat Has Co-ed Banqucnt. . The Phalanx Fraternity held its annual co-ed banquet at the Har, baugh farm at Pennsvillc Wednos- . day evening with covers for 40. ~ Decorations were . in kcopjng _with Valentine Day and tiie table ccntcr- - piece was pussywillows and :tall red [ tapers. ,,'.~--~.'.~ ~'~;..,,,: r · Bcnton Jenkins"-was-'toastmastcrr - The principal-"speaker--was-Edward · Sittler of Unipntown, '.The toast" to · the girls'.Miner- : and the Tcsponse-by Miss Ruby" Wis; singer. Group; singing was a feature. - Each guest-was given as-a favor-a 'corsage of pink and white carnations". · Silver .Thimble Club Meets. ; Mrs. C. A. Mclnjyre of Walnut : avenue - entertained the members of : the Silver Thimble Club at a lunch: con at 1 o'clock Wednesday- after- · noon at the Old-Homestead at Penns: ville. Covers were laid for 17. Deco: rations and favors were in keeping with Washington's birthday. Games ; followed the luncheon. Prize win',, ners were Mrs. W. L. Lewis and Mrs. , S. U. Morris of Connellsville and : Mrs. Charles Moore of Scottdale. : Guests Included Mrs. Moore and Mrs. 1 Sherman E. Moore, Jr., of Scottdale. r Sorority Has Supper. - The Gradalc Sorority held a cov- - crcd dish supper at the Y. M. C. A. - Tuesday evening with 31 present. " The decorations wero red and white, - in keeping Valntinc Day. . Miss · Thelma Snydcr, the' president, pre- · sided and during the group singing ; period, Valentine gifts were dis- [· tributcd to the Gradale sisters. ; The speaker was Mrs. Homer Ruth, ; who told of her trip to Canada and ; British Columbia. The next meeting'Will be a business one and will be held March 1, · at the Y. M. C. A. : Music Club Meets. ; The Monday Music Club will have : as its guests at the Monday night · meeting in the Prcsbytcricn Church, ; the Mount Pleasant M-osic Club r which will present a reciprocity pro- · gram. There will be a George Wash" Ington toa. ; Mrs. George Hodges will be chair' man of the hostess committee. Miss '.". Jean Marsh, president of the Mount ^ Pleasant club, will read the program. : .Meet at Fcnnsvlllc. ':; Mrs. Helen L. Pritts was in charge ^ of the program of the Young Wom" an's Missionary Society of St. Paul's ^'Lutheran Church when it met ^ Thursday evening with Mrs. John T. " Chidestcr of Pcnnsville. Assisting ~ Mrs. Chidester as hostess was Miss * XJracc Anderson. Pastor's Son o Assist. "~ In the revival services that will - begin at the First Baptist Church - Sunday evening, Rev. Roy E. Whitte~ more will be assisted by his son, Rev. ^Willard Whitternpre. of Graf ton, N. -- Y. The pastor-and son will preach .: on alternate evenings. Begin CribuaEe Scries. Visitors are welcome at the crib- bagc tournament which opens at the borough building this evening at 8 o'clock There is no assessment. Twenty-six tables, with four players each, will be in play in the first eliminations. In-Frick Hospital. ' Russell ; Shermah was taken' to Frick -Memorial -Hospital in' Mount Pleasant .Thursday evening. -He- is a medical patient.. Boosters Meet Tonight. ; A program has been -arranged for the Southwest".Booater:."mcetmg -of the Junior" Order' United~ 'American Mechanics, .to' be * held lonlght: at Mover with 'Murphy Council of that place as host. Lunch will be served. The meeting will begin at 8 o'clock. _ P. W. Va. Net Higher. PITTSBURGH, Feb. 1 (^-Pittsburgh West -Virginia Railw'a'y - Company preliminary "report for the year 1937 shows net income of $638,541 after t:.xes and charges have been de^ ducted, equal to $2.-ll per share on 302,351 shares as compared with $376,955 in 1936 or $1.24-per o;iarc. No. 5 Coming Up? Peggy Rich and Mark Slinll Often-married Peggy. Rich, blond / actress, greets Mark Shull, also -known -as Michael Tree, a civil engineer, In New York supreme y'court corridor as she sought an" nulmcnt of Ther fourth marriage : to Teddy Roycc, British show.' Peggy says she could not ".^recall marrying- Roycc In 1D36. --Central Prc« Bear Run BEAR RUN, 'Feb. 18.--Virginia Ruth, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Friend, who was discharged from Connellsville Hospital Monday a week ago after a mastoid operation is improving nicely. Miss Verla Hay returned to Washington Monday after spending the wcek-qnd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tissue and children, Marce and Dale, Raymond Shearer, Charles Hall and Stanton Hyatt of Mill Run attended revival sen-ices at Hickman Chapel Tuesday evening. ".. Miss Violet Mason, who has been staying with Mrs. M. C. Skinner, spent the past week at her home at Kcntuck during the serious illness and death of her father, William Mason. Mrs. Roy Friend visited Thursday with Mrs. Clarence Dctling at Mill Hun. L. M. Hay and son. Wade, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tissue at South Connellsville. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Miller and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Costolo at Coolspring Saturday. Misses Ivcnore and Anaruth Darr, Mrs. Charles DeMulh and John Spishak of Connellsville visited Miss Lydia Friend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs'. Howard Treachcr of Uniontown visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scarlett, over Sunday. C. B. Friend and sons, Ronald and Earl, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Friend at Somerset .Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hay attended the funeral of Edward Leonard at Green Brier Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Abram Skinner and daughter, Marilyn, of Confluence visited Mr. and Mrs. Levi Tissue Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller and family visited Rev. and Mrs. Frank Public Invited to Hear Its Own Voice in Unique Telephone Demonstration 'You don't know how your voice ; sounds over the telephone until you speak into the 'telephone voice mirror,' " said John E. Hess, manager for the Bell Telephone Company today as he announced plans for an open house 1 program to be held here February 23, 24 and - 25 at the central ofllce, 145 East Crawford ave- ic. The "telephone voice mirror," a development of the Bell System Laboratories, is one of a dozen displays and exhibits to be brought here especially for the three-day open house. It enables one to hear his voice as it has always sounded to others over the telephone. In announcing the three-day program, Mr. Hess said those who attend will go on a tour behind the scenes and sec the switchboard in operation. There are 29 operators employed here and every day the'y handle an average of 16,000 local and long distance calls. . | The tour "backstage" will also i take visitors to the equipment room, j where' they will see machines that make it possible to. ring telephones throughout homes and offices of this community; the power panels; the test desk, where telephone equipment is checked, and the large batteries which provide the current that enables the voice to be carried through tiny telephone wires. There are close to 3,000 telephones in Connellsville and 35 men and women arc employed by the Bell Company to provide and maintain service for these subscribers. · Local employes of the company will accompany the visitors through the building during the open house days and explain the functions of the intricate equipment and the work of S. Wortman at Ohiopylc Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Tresslcr of Rock Spring visited the lattcr's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McNair, Wednesday. Invln's Budget $33,000. JEANNETTE, Feb. 18. -- Irwin council levied a tax millage of 13 for borough purposes for 1938 after adopting a budget in excess of $33,000, slightly under 1937. JOHN E. HESS Manager in Connellsville for the Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania who announced today an open house program next week. All residents of Connellsville and vicinity arc invited to visit the company's building. each man and woman. "We are anxious for all residents of Connellsville and vicinity to visit us during one of the three house days," Mr. Hess said. open "We FOUNDER DAY OBSERVED AT MT. PLEASANT Parent - Teacher Association Has Program at I Ramsay High. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Miss Rupp Tells Of European Visit Telling of. experiences during a :our of Europe last year, Miss Elizabeth B. Rupp was a highly enlertain- ng speaker before the Kiwanis Club Wednesday. Miss nupp dwelt chiefly on her impression of Italy, but her journey was livened' by seeing anti-aircraft guns lire on a plane hovering over Sibraltcr as H sidelight of the Spanish war and the military rule established inl Jerusalem when she visited the Holy Land. Miss Rupp 1 said she had the "grcat- MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 18.-The Parent-Teacher Association of Mount Pleasant observed Founder's Day with a program in Ramsay- High School auditorium Thursday evening. Mrs. Harry L. Fidler, chairman of the association, presided. There was special music by a girls' chorus, taken from the musical comedy, "In Old Vienna," under the direction of Miss Ruth Corder, and three selections by the sextet of the boys' chorus. Past presidents who attended were Mrs. Howard Stoncr, Mrs. Kirk Brycc, Mrs. T. R. Snyder and Dr. Mary Montgomery Marsh. John C. Habcrlen, superintendent of schools, was the principal speaker, talking on "The Taxpayer and His Dollar." He gave a financial report of the schools in 193G-37, including some facts about taxes in Mount Pleasant borough, comparing 1927-28 with 1337-38, along with attendance reports for the same period and some pupil costs. A social hour followed. Hold Colonial Tea. ''"'The executive board of the Frick Memorial Hospital Aid Society held a Colonial tea and quilt display in the Jacobs building Wednesday afternoon and evening, with 50 quilts want to provide a picture of modern telephony and to show a switchboard in actual operation. T h e , . - - , , grille tuT-of^r^ j ^^*.r£. --. *c ccn^omcThytne "artTM to 9TM-TM* «"» o'v'efiol years on display Many were turned down Approximately avoid the congestion in the evening." Peaceful Picketing Continues. JEANNETTE, Feb. 18.--Peaceful picketing continues at the Cook lumber plant at Hcnninic, Mount Pleasant and Yukon as an attempt is being made to have owners sign an agreement with the Jconnctte truckers union. Between 30 and 75 pickets arc on duty at day and night. Business is entirely closed with no lumber going out or coming in. Picketing has been in progress since February 7. old, and one belonging to Mrs. Iruh Keck of Kecksburg was over 65 years old. There was a coverlid over 100 years old belonging to Mrs. Hixson of RufTsdale. Mrs. N. A. Cort had charge of the candy and Miss Irene Husband had charge of the tea. Two Births at Hospital. Two boys were born Thursday morning at Frick Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Martin of Melcroft and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hixson of Banning are the parents. In Frick Hospital. William Galley of West Washing- ton street, who suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home some time ago, has been taken to Fricfc Memorial Hospital for treatment. Quits Health Board. Dr. William H. Robinson, president of the Bonrd of Health, has presented his resignation to Charles Dickson, president of council. est respect for Great Britain for taking the mandate over Jerusalem." She added that none need envy Britain the Job. She saw Mussolini, Italy's dictator, come momentarily on the balcony in Home from/ which he frequently addresses the! Italian people. Discussing the child welfare clinics in which small boy.'l and girls become "children of thf state," she said it caused her to wonder what the reaction of the home-loving Italians can be to the rule which shatters that home, taking Hie children into camps where they are taught the fascist salute even before they can talk. Similar camps for children in other lands, notably Germany, made her think "of our own free,- happy-go- lucky playgrounds," she said. In Germany she saw banners bearing the legend "Born to die for Germany." nomcs. You will find desirable homes and home files advertised in our classified columns. A Today Only --Plus-BANK NIGHT First Award is $400 -Second Award Is $50 COMJKG SATURDAY "CODE OF THE RANGE" with CJl.VKLES STARKETT --Phis-SERIAL SEWS CARTOON ALSO the first drnwinp for the bicycles will lie held toddy, nt about 5:30. Ho sure all your stubs arc In the box before the drawing. Winner's number .will be posted In the lobby. . ' . ' Equipment Yoii Want and Need! The famous line of John Deere Tractors. · · · ' » Mowing'. Machines .. Hay Rakes -.Grain Binders Field Seeds Fertilizers Everything for the Farm and Home "Flioiie 1 Service Complete Sell Out Last Wecfc Disappoints Many, One Thousand Bottles Just Received. Yours While They Last. LAUGHEEY DRUG STORE . . . Will Give §1.00 Wort-Ii of Medicine to Each Family In Response to This Ad! W E - W A N T every family "to have a bottle of : this grand old In_ d t n n Herb medicine. To prove the valuc'of this won* d c r f u t pleasant lasting product of N a t u r c - v o u r - Drugsist has a- ~srecd with our Laboratories to ! m a k e you this "liberal offer. ' In t h e t r e a t - ! mcnt of Stomach, Gall bladder. Liver and K i d n e v troubles you will be delighted with Its mild thoroush results. Within elsht hours it will usually drive poison* from the body that arc black us ink. Rheumatic and Neuritis pains and aches will as a rule start to disappear . the second or third day. Swelling and stiffness usually requires eight .to ten doses. However, Bloating, Indigestion nnd Gas in the stomach are usually relieved with but one dose. Rcfi- · ulntion of the Bowels is most important -ind you can usually depend on full nnd . free elimination within eight, to ten hours after taking the first dose. This special offer is Rood Friday and Saturday as well as all next week, or until our present stock is exhausted. Soch person will be limited to three bottles as we want this special offer to benefit as many families as possible. " You will receive the large $1.50 family sized (3 weeks treatment) for only 49c. The saving of $1.01 to you is made possible by the co-operation of your Druggist with our Laboratory and is good only while this present itoclc lasts. Sequoia Indian Herbs is sold to you on an absolute money back guarantee. If you are not entirely satisfied with results, your purchase price will be refunded.. Mail orders lOc extra Iaughrey-.Drug-.Co. " ll-J S-V.Pittsburgh Street. 1'honc 35(1. THE NEW LESLIE HOWARD --A XI)-JOAN BLONDELL -Skewing Last Times Today- With HUMPREYBOGART Alan Mowbray, Maria Shelton Saturday ® Monday © Tuesday © Wednesday " Pearasnounf's rearing' story of 'the pii ^*L ^, ^ * io saved the ? nation ""-" * *V2^ti!£^^ il^c%^^-^^ ;-;. · ? RO^? H r*6*^ .1* J J^SftlM^ yW W«- ' ff^ W O U , 0 nf? -WiW" j-flMiflJKWl *TI-., ^trs*""** · *tXf- ,^ _.nfliVK\l * * . t C %sm J EANLAFlTTE...onccanam«j to chill the heart of every; merchant-captain, to thrill the heart of every New Orleans Belle ... now a name to flame in undying glory upon tlicj nation's screen.. For Cecil B,' DeMille, master showman ofi. them'all, retells in thundcringi sequence after thundering- sequence the life and loves of America's favorite pirate, the! lad who, with a price on hi* head and the shadow of the. k gallows on his lean, young face;, led his buccaneers to battle and: to victory in the War of 1812-and in twenty minutes of blaz-° ing warfare saved the. United States from foreign rule forever., i*N «c** '·*·£ , X^ ¥. *^i*i the BoHlo of N*w Orisons ...most thrilling battle scenes ever filmed ... a new -triumph for Cecil B. DeMille, greatest of all action directors. he love of a hide Dutch girt (hcoiitifuj fxznci fca GfcjQ far 1 her piracy hero, T«an im Vrtio" o PlroK'» ssr.^' SEE the B«t{«s of New Orleatup«y honor toJeiaLafirte and Old Hickory in the glorioiM pigetnt of America's greatest Victory Ball, 5E E the march through the bayous asjein. ^Jifinc's pirate crew answers the call to armi when the British threaten New Orleans. 1»cVS' 1 tb"*«l' (HuKb Sothcrn) :cdric ' M« c :h)«: c hU b d P ' B»«l c {

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