The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 6, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 6, 1939
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^ MONDAY, -MARCH G, 103fl. UlJII.tU.UiK. UUi\LMBiXjLiSVlLiL.I!i. PA. PAGE FIVE. IRON WORKERS ASSOCIATION COMES TO END C H . s i e w s O f The Day Scottdale Beneficial Organization Winds Up Its Business. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST SCOTTDALE, Mar. 6.--The anal meeting ot the Scoltdalc Iron and Steel Workers Beneficial Association was held Satu'iday night at the borough building when a report was | given by President Vernon Stoner, j winding up or the business of the 1 association. He reported the 51,199 waiver o£ the First National Bank hnd been sold {or $700. This means that about, S5.25 and $5.75 will be paid to each man, who is a member. It is estimated that appioximatcly 261 men are still on the roll and will be entitled to their share of the amount in the treasmy unless they have been pensioned. The money will be paid through the First National Bank, which has charge ol payments from this time on as the organization ceases to function. This was made necessary by the passins of the mill property from the hands o£ the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Company. Saturday Club Meets. The Misses Reid of North Chestnut street were hostesses Saturday afternoon to the members ol the Saturday Afternoon Club oC Scotldale and Mount Pleasant at its regular meeting. At the business meeting, a donation was given the Mount Pleasant Library Association. The speaker of the afternoon was Miss Ann Eudd of Dreensburg, who talked on "Gardens." She told how yards and gardens may be planned for the coming summer. Great interest has been shown by membcts of the club, who for the past several seasons have sponsored flower exhibits in both Scottdale and Mount Pleasant. At the close of the meeting there was a social hour with refreshments. At Granddaughter's Home. Mrs. Birdie Crosby of Mount Pleasant, who is ill, is staying at the home ot her granddaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Crosby Rose o£ near Scottdale. Covered-Dish Dinner. Covers were laid for 50 at the covered-dish dinner held by the Pythian Sisters at the lodge room in the Moose Hall Thursday evening. The dinner was -followed by the regular lodge meeting. Bible Exhibit. Bibles were taken to Trinity Evangelical nnd Reformed Church Sunday for the Bible exhibit that will be held at the Wednesday evening Lenten service. The exhibit will be made up ot all the different kinds of Bibles in the congregation. An attempt is being made to have a portion from all the foreign Bibles used. Old- fashioned Bibles will be a feature. In preparation for the exhibit, Rev. N. W. Schollenberger's Sunday evening sermon was "The Old Book Meets New Friends." Rcbekalis Meet Tonight. The Tola Hebekah Lodge, prior to its regular meeting this evening in the Odd Fellows Hall, will hold a covered-dish dinner. After the meeting they will enjoy bingo, cards and dancing. Undcrgoinc Treatment, Kenneth Forsythc, three years old, who stays with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Ann Forsythe of Kiefertown, has been taken to Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, for treatment. Hail, Thunder Storm. An electrical storm followed a hail storm Sunday night. The hail, large in size, could be gathered up by the handsful more than a half hour after the storm. W. C. T. U. to Meet. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. J. B. Ellis in North Chestnut street at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. It is the annual institute month and a good attendance is desired. Meet Friday Night. The W. H. M. S. will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Methodist Episcopal Church Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. It is the quarterly meeting. Mrs. , Headline will review two chapters of the study book, "The American City and Its Church." Mrs. Rhodes will lead the devotions. After the program there will be a social hour with Mrs. W. S. Anderson as hostess. Queen Esthers lo Meet. ·The Queen Esthers will meet at the Methodist Episcopal Church at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. A good attendance is desired. Attend Campus Day. George lljrl, Dale Johnson, Frank McCldrc, Frank Sec.m, William Stiublc, -John Work and Robert Younkm attended Campus Day al Washington and Jefferson College Saturday. Examinations for scholai- bh,ps were taken by Frank McCaire, Frank Scran, George Hart and Wil- Slruble. DONEGAL MAN BADLY HURT BY TIRE RIM Uecordings in Room 36. Mrs Rubsell Burkholdcr's Sophomore Homeroom 36 was entertained duting homeroom with recordings pitiycd by Cecil Wagner and Art Graham. Bishop Appoints New Chancellor For Catholics PITTSBURGH, Mar. 6'.--Bishop Hugh C. Boyle appointed Rev. Edward J. Misklow chancellor of the Roman Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh, to succeed the late Very Rev. P. C. Banner. Father Misklow has been ,mt chancellor since 1924, and simultaneously he has acted as chaplain at Pittsburgh, St. Joseph's and Mercy Hospitals here. A graduate of Holy Ghost College, now Duquesne University, he studied for the priesthood at St. Vincent's Seminary and was ordained in St. Vincent Archabbey Church, Latrobe, in 1916, by the late Bishop Canevm. Babs Yields Son's Custody. LONDON, Mar. G.--Apparently acting voluntarily, lest the lad sufler as the center o£ controversies between *"-tranged husband and wife, Countess Barbara HavigsviU-Ucvenllow yielded custociv "f her jounc .-.on J Lance, to his father. Popularity Contest. Fieshman Homeioom 7 held a popularity contest with the following results: Tallest, Grant Buttermore, Betty Heck; shortest, John Fleming, Mane Secan; most athletic, Bill Baldwin, Mane. Secan; most intelligent, Bill Baldwin, Maxmc Morrison; most courteous, Bill Baldwin, Fay Mayo; noisiest, Junioi Jones, Chrybogene Black; best looking. Darrell Brooks, Marie Secan; largest feet, Tom Brady, Chrysogene Black; most popular. Bill Baldwin, Fay Mayo; best dressed-. John Fleming, Mary Jane Russell; most bashful, George Bonnet, Dora Andoison and most studious, Bill Baldwin and Marie Secan. Miss Beatrice Horowitz is sponsor. Girls Win Slogan Contest. Sophomore Homeroom 29-A, sponsored by Miss Anastaria Vona, held a slogan contest in 'charge of Louise Blackstone. The girls were victorious. Travel Pictures in Hoom .".5. Mis. Virginia F. Furrier's Homeroom 35 had a travel picture in homeroom Thursday. Yale-Prmreton Players. Girls to be selected for the Yale- Princeton game are listed below. Those who played last year and eligible for this year are: Helen Hooper, Ede Tulley, Mary E. Whittaker, Jean Fuehrer, Josephine Dawson, Lila Schroyer, Marjorie Herd and Violet Daniels The teams will be selected Irom the following: Forwards--Ede Tulley, Helen Hooper, Mary E. Whittnker, Joan Dovns, Violet Dan:els, Muriel Brooks, Rut] BoyJe. Sally Mmerd and Jean Coughenour; guards--Marjorie Herd, t-ila Schroyer, Jean Fuehrer. Dorothy Miner, Peggy Davidson, Josephine Dawson, Mary Aline Struble, Hhca Herd and Dons Benrd. Girls' Class Teams. The girls* class teams have been made up of Miss "Pat" Clark and are as follows: Seniors--Ede Tulley, Helen Hooper, Mary E. Whittaker, Joan Downs, Marjorie Herd. Lila Schroyer, Jean Fuehrer and Florence Bunch. Juniors--Violet Daniels, Muriel Brooks, Noi ma Rothlisbcrger, Samantha Stickel, Dorothy Miner, Josephine Dawion, Peggy Davidson and Mary Aline Struble. Sophomores--Ruth Boyle, Sally Minerd, Jean Coughenour, Gladys Brooks, Rhea Herd, Doris Beard, Marjorie Errett and Betty Rude. Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 6.-Samuel Hoyman, 58 years old, or Donegal suffered a compound fracture of hib left leg, contusions oC the right thigh, c\ puncture wound of the The "sucker" is a j _ _ or of gamier fish : JOWCL- nbdomen and several lacei-a- j The nrst strictly g Sucker Time Is Here With Anglers' Set HARRISBURG, Mar. 6.--Attention fishermen: The suckers arc biting! The past week's springtime weather is stirring up appetites of finny creatures, the Fish ComrniSbion said today. \omcly harbmg- ?asons to corne. imc fish season lions of IhVright'kncc," with "a"pos- 1 °P e "s A P riJ l5 w ' ien the first legal sible fracture of the pelvis, at 6:30 i t l o u t TMay be taken, but there is no o'clock Saturday evening. """· * u 1 '"" Mr. Hoyman was air in a tire when it exploded. The rim threw threw him olT his feet and hurtled him through the air for about 10 feet. He was admitted to Frick Memorial Hospital, where his condition is considered fair, Hit By Automobile. James, eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fcrner Burkholder o£ Frick avenue, suffered a leg injury when struck with an automobile Saturday mo riling. To Entertain Class. Miss Mary Jane Noss, newly elected president of the Win One Class of the United Brethren Sunday School, j season on the sucker. 'With warm days, the sucker will bo hostess to the class al its regular meeting at her home in Pine street Tuesday evening. Auxiliary to Meet. The ladies' auxiliary to the Mount j residents. Pleasant Volunteer Fire Department will hold its regular meeting in the i firemen's rooms Thursday evening at which time members will hold a baked goods exchange. At the cJoie of the meeting there will be a social hour. In Frick HospiUI. Frank. Rydle of Quarry street, who has been jll at his home, has been admitted to Frick Memorial Hospital for treatment. Dies of Pneumonia. Miss Elmina Jtine Woods, 21 years old, daughter of Mrs. Hazel S. Woods of. Buckeye, died at G:40 o'clock Sunday mornmg in Frick Memorial Hospital of pneumonia. Besides her mother .she is survived fay one brother, Eugene, and one sis- scnoois are beginning to congregate at the mouths of smail streams." Alex Sweigert, Slate iibh commission editor, observed. "Witn red worms for bait, a fisherman can spend a lively afternoon." Sucker-fishing weather also inaugurates the State licensing season. C. A. French, fish commissioner, said the 1939 licenses now are avail- aole al county treasurer's office and authorized sporting goods houses. The licenses sell for $1.50 each, plus a 30-cent county treasurer's fee. More than 400,000 licenses were issued last year, the best in commission Miners Demands to Be Taken to New York tor Bituminous Parleys By United Press. PITTSBURGH, Mar. 4.--The demands of PitUburgn district coal mnierb Tor wage adjustments sad improved woiking conditions wilt be carried lo New York, where national bituminous scale negotiations open next \veeU. Embodied in more than 100 resolutions, the desires o£ United Mine I Sons of Italy, Eagles Triumph at Duckpins Sons ot · Italy captured three straights from St. James Cafe while the Eagles spilled the Knights o£ CoUimbusj in the odd game in City | Duclcpm League competition at West j Penn bowling alleys. | Workers miners were placed ' in the hands of a District 5 scale committee, headed by Patrick T. Fagan, which will leave lor New York next Wednesday. The Morning AflerTaking Carters Little Liver Pills annals. French said approximately 395,000 were issued to Pennsylv.mtpns, and more than 5,000 lo out-of-state ter, Sarah, both at home. The funeral service will Confluence Fire Company Plans For Convention CONFLUENCE. Mar. 6.--Al a recent meeting the Confluence Volunteer Fire Company decided to hold its annual convention in Confluence Park, Starting May 30 and continuing a week and a day. No com- miUees have been announced as yet. It is expected this year's jubilee will at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Bridgeport Evangelical Church with Rev. A. M. Gahagan m charge, assisted by H.triy Rhome of the Free Methodist Church. Interment will be in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Infant Son Dies. Rolan Sichenberger, three-week- old son of Mr. and Mr.s. Lawrence Sickenberger of near Mount Pleasant, died at 9:10 o'clock Saturday morning in Frick Memorial Hospital of pneumonia. Pie had teen admitted to the hospital at 6:50 o'clock morning be better than in preceding year. be held) j n a declamation contest Dick Hyde represented Confluence Phgh School in the Somerbc-t County Forensic League eliminations held February 27, in Boswoll High School. His declamation \vns "Greatness in Citizenship," by Theodore Roosevelt. There were 12 schools represented with honors going to Rockwood, first; Shade township, second; and Hoo- versvillc, third Reading in Junior English. Miss Anna KJutey's Junior English classes are reading "Idylls of the King," after havmg completed a unit on 20th Century writers. Marjie Grey Winner. Marjie Grey will represent the school in the Western Pennsylvania Forensic and Music League in the piano contest, it was decided Friday afternoon at the school when a contest was held among the students in the auditorium. Carl T. Anstine was 3Udge. Blrtli at Hospital. A daughter was born at 4:10 o'clock Monday morning to Mr. and Mr., Russell Lankey ol Acme nt Frick Memorial Hospital. Nursing in Pittsburgh. Misses Goldie Strohm, Gladys Berenak, Irene Berciiak, EUa Mae Walker and Martha Chnstie, student nurses at Frick Memorial Hospital Training School, went lo Pittsburgh today where they took up their duties YounR Republicans OtRaniit. At a meeting held in the High Saturday i School auditorium March 2, the | young Republicans organised. There were 61 at the first meeting of the club, which is the first one ever organized here. Officers elected are: President, Floyd Bower; vice-president, Bessie Williams; treasurer, Robert Brown; and secretary, Pauline Frantz. Delegates elected to attend the Somerset County Republican Convention, to be held in Somerset in the near future, are Vernn Enos and at the Children's Hospital. This will Adnm Humbert. Representatives be followed with a service at Magee wcre Present from Confluence, Ur- Hospital. The class will be gone until October. Throat Operation. Uranna Coughenour, 15 years old, a Hurst High School student, underwent a throat operation at Frick Memorial Hospital Saturday. Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noss and daughter, Mary Jane, spent Sunday at Washington, Pa. New Unit Started. A new unit has been started in Edward S. Spotovicn's Health classes. The kidneys and liver are being studied. Junior Party Marcli 25. A - Junior Class party is being planned for Saturday, March 25, at the gym. A general committee has been appointed with each Junior Homeroom represented. Have You Kead? Many fine books have been added to the library pertaining to photography such as "Vivid Povtraits," "Against the Sun." "Get Color In Your Photos," by Doering; "Action Snapshots," Starke; "Seaside Snaps," Corny; "A Manuel of Home Portraiture," Bill; "The Secret of Trick Photogiaphy," Crory. These should be of great interest to members of the Camera Club. Guilty in Hit-Run Rosiraver Defeats North Belle Vernon Rqstiaver Township piled up an f.rst quarter lead and then successfully check North Belle Vernon's SCOT-, ing efforts to win a 43-34 victory and advance to the semi-finals in the Class B competition in the Westmoreland county basketball tourney. It proved to be the "rubber" game | between these two quintets, each sina, Addison, Somerfield, Harncds- ville. and Lower and Upper Turkeyfoot Townships. Auxiliary Meets, The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Confluence Volunteer Fire Company held its March meeting with a covered dish supper m the I. O. O, F. hall Tuesday evening. A large crowd attended. At the business meeting plans were laid to prepare for the firemen's convention to be held this summer. The auxiliary runs an "eats" stand during the convention. Personals. Rev. J. S. Shannon and Mr. and Mrs. William GrofT were business visitors in Windber Thursday, Mrs. Laura Markle and Mrs. J. D. Colborn were business visitors in Oakland, Md., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hall and son o£ Pittsburgh were visiting Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry , a r e « ^ son ^ a t e r ' a n d having one ?n previous meetings. By winning Rostravcr meets West Newton Friday. t Named Jail Physician. GRESNSBURG, Mar, 6. -- Dr. Thomas P. Cole of Greensburg has been named permanent county jail physician, succeeding Dr. J. F. Long of Harrison City, resigned. | Junior "Whittaker were business visitors in Pittsburgh Wednesday. E. E. McDonald of Somerset was a business visitor last week. Daniel Smith was a visitor in Johnstown Friday, where he attended the WPA Recreational School. Mr. Smith is in charge of WPA Bec- reatioral activities m the Confluence district. Mrs. Martha Dodd Stern, daughter of William E. Dodd, kisses him out- bide courthouse m Richmond, Va., a f ler the former Ambassador tc Germany pleaded guilty to hit-run charge, lie was fined $250 and costs. TALON SLIDE FASTENERS make dresses smart Give the dresses you make yourself that smart professional look! UscTalonSlide Fasteners and have a graceful neckline, a wrinkle-free waistline--streamline smoothness in all youc clothes. And they are so easy to sew m. Simplified picture directions are packed with every Taion Slide Fastener you buy at-G. C. Murphy Co. McCrory Stores Corp. F. W. Wooiworth Co. il IDE FA.3TENE.RS, INC., iiO9 Kohic S»rcci, Philadelphia, Pa. March 6, 1939. SAVE THE MOST OK THE BEST MARCH 2 TO MARC-H T0|| HEINZ HEINZ QUALITY PENNA. PRODUCTS BAKED BEANS ££££ CREAM SPAGHETTI KETCHUP MACARONI TOMATO 3 18 01 cans 18 oz. Mcd. can Made in Pittsburgh Made and Bottled in ChambersbuiT Packed in Pittsburgh 3 17 oz. cans 2 3 14 oz. bot 16 cleans 12 oz. cans 29c 12c 29c 17c 25c 2Oc Jersey Corn Flakes Made and Packcd in Cereal, Pa. Pkff. 5c RICE or WHEAT PUFFS SUPERIOR SWEET PICKLES JEANNETTE DRY CLEANER Fels Naptha Laundry SOAP^ Glen wood Preserves or "?±E, Pks. Packed in Chester Packcd in qt. Fittbbursh jar Made in qt. Uniontown can 5c 25c 15C ,e Made and Packed in Philadelphia Banner Day Coffee Packcd in Philadelphia Red Kidney Beans Grown Near and Packed in Hanover Hershey's Chocolate Syrup Sj£i,£ Hershey's Quality Cocoa *£££ Spaghetti and Meat Balls C}lc Lt^f^ B ^2 BHone Hand Soap ^"SSir 1 3 Sturdy Scrub Brushes 5£££ 2 1 Ib. cans ") 1 Ib. ~ cans cans for cans for each 17c 23c 25c 25c lOc Golden Krnst BREAD LOAF 5C Baked in Johnstown GOLDEN Sugar CORN 7^4- 25c Nola Peanut Batter f J.SST and Packed Bloomsburg- Queen Anne Sweet Peas G n Waldorf Toilet Tissue Tweed's Pure Mustard M t caTM cd IVF^r^fnilf n? ^mohptti Made and Packed in lUdldlUUl 01 JpagfleUl carneele Pittsburgh 3 4 TMn * for pt. jar No. 2 cans rolls 22 oz. jar 12 25c J5c lOc 3 IDS. for ICing 3Iidas Egg N O O D L E S IffO. lOc Made and Packed in Philadelphia CARNATION Evap. MILK From Cambridge Springs, Pa. Penna. Potatoes Grown and Packcd ]( , c in. Surroundng si .,.^ Counties Pk. 25c Medium Size Quick Cookers SS'JS* 17c · FANCY PENNA. APPLES 6 »·. 25c PennsySvania Turnips and Parsnips 3 ibs. 10c FRESH WHITE CELERY bmicb 5c Fresh Carrots 2 bchs. 9c | Ripe Slicing Tomatoes IB. lOc THIRD NATIONAL CITRUS WEEK Fresh Juicy Florida Jumbo Size, Juicy Oranges 2^23c Grapefruit 6^25c HAMS Crescent Skinned, Ifft, siae, | L Whole or Shank Half ID. 21 Smoked Squares, Pa. Prpd'Hb 15c Jumbo Bologna Ib. 15c Fancy Fish Fillets 2 Ibs. 15c Smoked SHOULDERS^ Jsib. 15c Lamb Shoulder Chops Ib. 21 c Lakeview SI. Bacon 2-Vi Ib pk 29c Lean Boiling Beef 2 Ibs. 25c

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