The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1938 · Page 10
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February 23, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. , FEBRUARY 23, 1935. United States Steel Financing Prograijh To Be Voted Upon April 4 NEW YORK, Kcb. 23.--The $1.900,000,000 United States Steel Corporation today announced proposed changes to increase the flexibility of its capital structure from the standpoint of future financing.' Shares of common stock authorized would be increased to 15,000,000 from 12,500,000, while the par value on such stock would be eliminated, no par being substituted for S100 par. No change would result in the number of shares outstanding. Authorization also will be asked for the bonid to issue bonds, debentures, and other obligations convertible into common stocks. This would give it a wider choice ir. selecting the method of financing most suitable to the occasion. No immediate financing is contemplated,.it is understood.-.. :.--" .-.- .-- · Stockholders will be asked to vote on the proposals April 4 at the annual meeting. They will be advised of the recommendations of the board in a letter dated February 21 from Myron C. Taylor, chairman, now be- jng addressed to them. Economics Club Entertained At Mill Run Home Somerset Parents Must Get Permits To Haul Students -"SOMERSET, Feb. 13.--Tluec fathers, paid by a school board for driving their children to school In family automobiles, must obtain ^cefljfl- tates of public convenience, Koss Saylor said the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission has informed him. Saylor, secretary of the nearby Millcreek Township School 'Board, said it was the first instance-he had encountered "where a- father must take out a license, just like a bus company ..." He added the school board oay.s each of the. lathers--Richard Anjell, John Pletcher and Ben McCoy of Rockwood, R. D. 3--$28 a month end that this was. the cheapest transportation available, T-. 7. HAS RECORD EGG BUT NO PULLET WESTON, W. Va., Feb. 23.--Farmer F. H. Bailey has a record egg but the little Rhode Island red pullet which laid it will lay no more. The egg. four times the usual si/.e, was nine inches around from end to end and seven and a half inches in circumference. Bailey said the pullet had to be killed. It..-Is Dangerous It irdaniercnis to sen a SUBSTITUTE for 66 jost to make dree or four cents Mora;;, Customers arc your best assets, lose them and you'lose your business. If ·worui three or four times as much as * niBSTJTUTE.--Advertisement. MILL RUN, Feb. 23.--The Home Economics Club held iu regular meeting today at the home of Mrs. Dave Marietta. Miss Mary Anderson, extension worker of Fayette county, was in charge. Card Party Guests. Mrs. Violet Livingiton, Miss Delia Henry, Miss Zona Robinson, Miss Gladys Livingston, Mrs. 'Gertrude Goldaboro and Mrs. Mary Marietta attended a card party given by the Women's Auxiliary to the Fish and Game Protective Association in Connellsville Monday evening. Patrons' Day In Schools. Patrons' Day was observed Friday in the various schools of the township. Attend Haw k Funeral. Mr. and Mis. Edward Hiltabidcl ot Connellsville, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Skinner of Scottdale, Lando Prinkcy of Youngwood, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Dull of Connellsville, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Rugg of Dunbar, Mr. and Mrs. Eh Ohler, Mr. and Mrs. James Ohlcr of Conncllsville attended the funeral service of George Hawk held at the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. Personals. Hunter Newill of Uniontown visited his mother, Mrs. Emma Newill, Wednesday. Homer Mny and son of Connellsville visited friends here Saturday. Francis and Jeannettc Marietta were business callers in Uniontown Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Skinner of Con- ncllsville spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs George Skinner. Johnny Walker of Manor has returned to his home after visiting an wncle, Charles Harlan,"~for_ a few days. ,-. . " - ; - · Ernest" Hawkins, who has been -a patient.ln the Connellsville State Hospital for sonic time, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hawkins, Monday, John Dull, employed at Torrance, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Dull. Mrs. "Pa'ulme Wortmari and daughter,- AnnV,-wcre "callers an ConnclJs- ville'Friday. ;^Mr ~~ Miss^Della Henry- was^ a shopper in Connellsville Frfday.- * Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bowers of Connellsville visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers Friday. William and Eugene Bowers wcr callers in Connellsville Friday. Miss Margaret Schobcrt was i business caller in Conncllsville Friday. Donald Dahl of Connellsville was a business caller here Saturday. Frank Kooscr and son, Henry for BARGAIN DAYS! SUITS, O f CoATs and TOPCOATS Values to $29.50 Bargain Days Only 1ION BRAND", "ARROW" etc. Fancy patterns. Trubenized and Lionized collars. Regular $1.65 and $2.00 shirts. Final, Bargain Days only ,, ,, _... Heeulur SI.15 Wnitcr Weight UNION SUITS SPAIDE WORK SHIRTS Regularly 51.00 Boys' Shocplined COATS Just 3 of 'em! Regularly S3.95 and $4.95. DRESS SHIRTS for AU colors. Slightly soiled. Quantity limited. Kegulnr WORK PANTS . ... $2.05 DRESS PANTS Odds and ends. Not all sizes. .39 Kcgulur S1.85 FLANNEL SHIRTS All :olors - - . Men's TRENCH COATS Light and dark shades. R a i n- proof. Bargain Days only , ---- 2i)c DRESS SOX Bargain Days only §4.50 DRESS OXFORDS Black and tan. All solid leather. 134 Wot Crawford Arcnue. Pershing's Son at Bedside Francis Warren PershinR, son of the World War general, is at the bedside of his father, Genera! John J. Pcrslimg, commander- in-clncf of the American World War army, at Tucson, Ariz, lie flew there today when "Black Jack" became so ill that two phys- ^icians remain in constant attendance. In the above picture young Perching is shown with Miss Muriel-P. Richards, his fiancee, on the tennis courts at Palm Beach, Flo. Miss Richards is a granddaughter of Jules Bache, internationally known financier. The couple expect to marry in'thc spring. QUARANTINE LAWS WILL BE ENFORCED UNIONTOWN, Feb. 23.--Violations of quarantine laws in Fayette county will meet with rigid prosecution, itate He.ilth Officer.Andrew Molnar, Jr., declared today. He said two jail sentence!, have cen handed out recently." 'If we -are" to pre\ cnt a serious epidemic, quarantine laws must be strictly enforced and I am determined to ask jail sentences for all who unnecc-siarily endanger the public with these violations," he declared. were business callers in ConmJlsvillc Saturday. Robert Stickle of Uniontown visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Stickcl, over the week-end. R, L. Marietta of McKeesport visited his aunt, Mrs. Susan Marietta, over the week-end. Mr. and Mr.s. Robert Thomas of Pittsburgh visited over the week-end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Stickcl. COLLEGE RELIGIOUS PROGRAMS SCORED ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Feb. 23.-Although "the modern boy is funde- mentally religious and has a "thirst for religion" schools and colleges fail to provide adequ.ite spiritual moral instruction. Dr. William M Comfort, president of H.ivcrford College, told the Headmasters Association at its annual dinner. Asseitmg students in unprecedented numbers suffcicd from the nervous str.im of unhappy or disrupted homes nnd that their teachers wore failing in their manifest duty to inculcate moral and physical courage. Dr. Comfort stated: "There is a common type of instructor who is nothing but an animated machine, a technical °xper who proceeds by rule of thumb, and h.is no bowels" of meiey or milk o human kindness, no inner life, no j unseen depths of inspiration. The j modern boy is fundamentally rc- l.ligioufc. But his thirst for real religion remains latent because his teachers lack spiritual depth." NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD Spcctnl to The Courier. (SCOTTDALE, Feb. 23.--Final steps, n the purchase o£ property from the ioucks estate by the Board of Education to adjoin the present athletic leld arc expected to be completed at the next mccing. A survey, showing what wprk is necessary to combine the field and .he ground it is proposed to buy, has been completed. Son Born at Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold VanHorn, o£ the Mcnnonite apartments, announce the birth ot a son at Frick Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant Tuesday. Card, Bingo Parly. The Tola Rcbckah Lodge held a card and bingo party at Odd Fellows Sail Monday evening. Churclt Consistory Meets. The consistory of the Trinity Evan- Sclical and Reformed Church met in t! regular business session at the church Monday evening. Joint Prayer Meeting. This evening there will be a joint prayer-meeting o£ the Methodist Episcopal Church and the United Brethren Church, in the latter church at 7:30 o'clock. Cribuaec Partners. The following persons have been drawn as partners for the second round in the cribbage tournament to be played at the borough building Friday evening at 8 o'clock: Table 1, L. A. Simmons and I. H. Hall vs. Frank Raishart and A. C. Farmer. Table 2. Carl Pritchard, Jr, and Walter Haincs vs. Homer Loucks and John M. Ruth. Table 3. John P. Burns and James Ciarkson vs. ^Chomas Rutherford and Frank Parker. Table 4, William C. Whalcy and W. R. Simcox vs. George Ferguson and P. J. Kckman. Table 5, Earl Sturtz and Charles Kelly vs. Don Laughrcy and Albert Reynolds. Table 6, Freeman F. Whaloy and H. Collins, vs. John Warrick and Elmer R. Wise. Table 7, Charles Thompson nnc George Rusmack vs. C. J. Clinc and M. B. Rockrick. Table 8, H. S. Long and J. C. Kcp- ncr vs. Charles Carlson and Arthur Commorc. Table, 9, George E. Miner nnc George Dctwilcr \s. J. J. Koch and John R. Zimmerman. Table 10, F. M. Kiefer and Joseph T. Maloy vs. Seward Wyggle and B. Connors. Table 11. Frank Ganoe and Tot Farmer vs. W. C. Pickard and Ear Gilchrist. Table 12, Edward Palmer and Joe Steel vs. Robert Gilchrist and A. K Osterwise. Table 13, P. C. Collins and Cy Chnstncr vs. Jack Shelby and Otto Lynn. Discussed At Trade Meeting DUNBAR, Feb. 23. -- Lives if I row were Clairton visitors the latter Washington and Lincoln weic dis- p.itl of the week. cussed at the monthly meeting ot tile Mrs. Anna Eandioria and infant Board of Trade Tuesday night in the son, of Pittsburgh, are spending diamgroom of the First Baptist! i.c\ciul dnys at the home of Mrs. Church. W. L. Lewis, a member of the caching start of Connellsville High School, gave a word picture of Wash- ngton's activities in Western Pennsylvania. The fjct that Wsshing- on was so closely identified with ife in Fayettc county made the talk an exceedingly interesting one. Mrs. Milton Williams of this place read excerpts from "The Life of Candino's mother, Mrs. Michael Galdcresi. Ben Sfero, who is engaged in radio work at Fairmont, W. Va., spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Sfcro. Miss Eleanor Jordan visited at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Jordan of Smock. Frank Graziano, who plays in an orchestra, at the Paddock Club at Lincoln," by Mary Andrews. Sterss | Wheeling, W. Va., returned to his was placed on the Gettysburg ad- diess. W. G. Rankin, board president, and Treasuier Harry Bowman reported on the fire truck fund. Mr. Rankin said that a proposed :ocal industry now seems a reality. ind that a more definite report will je given at an early date. He also stated that a hard-surfaced road will soon be realized, starting at the sight of the old Furnace store and ending nbout one and one half miles above .he blucstone quarry, near the dams. The road was made possible largely through the efforts of the board. Women of the church prepared Ihe city chicken dinner. Red candles in crystal holders placed on large paper hatchets flanked cither end of the tables, and artificial red roses in small crystal vases were the center pieces. Other Items of Interest. Mrs. Mary Hawk, who underwent an operation for removal of cataracts of the eyes at Connellsville State Hospital Wednesday is reported to be resting comfortably. James Simon of Uniontown was a business caller Saturday. Peter Maddas and Raymond Pet- woik after visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Graziono for two weeks. Dickie Graziano, also employed at the Wheeling club, spent the week-end with his parents. Mrs. William B. Rosskamp, who received a severe laceration of the forehead in an automobile accident Satuiday evening, is showing improvement m Connellsville State Hospital, where she is a patient. Friends of Francis Sfcro are congratulating him on winning the spelling bee heard over station WMBS Sunday. Francis represented the Pechin school. .. Junior Blasey ot Uniontown visited his grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Harvey Tuesday. Rev. nnd Mrs. O. W. Bolton, formerly of this p'.ace and now of Waynesburg, were the guests Monday of Mrs. Elizabeh Randolph. Washington Tourney Off. Annual Washington county interscholastic basketball tournament will be discontinued this year, County Superintendent S. V. Kimbcrlanc announced. Decision was ireachcc after a poll of schools. rhono 42 You II Find It Impossible to Equal Values Like These! Entire Stock Entire Stock y Sport and Fur Trimmed One Special Group SILK DRESSES New Spring S8UC BLOUSES $1.00 Up ro "\ $7.95 Values \ SILK 1 DRESSES I STREET DRESSES CORDUROY Ringless chiffon hose in all the new shades. All sizes. The 130 No. Pitfsburg Sfreef. S/ioppe Phone 1570. "Look at Fox's Bargain Days Specials, Lady." Featured Values for Bargain Days and PAINTS Up to 60c Grades Here's an exceptional opportunity to buy ' the kind of wall papers you've always wanted at a sensationally low price! High grade papers for every room in the house. We MUST make room for spring patterns. Included are a number of varnished patterns. ROOM LOTS Consists of: 10 rolls \\i\n 6 rolls ceilinc 18 yds. border Included in tills selection arc patterns suitable for every room in the house. Oc lie 12e 3c 14c We Hnie AH Kinds of GLASS! 3O in. Plastics Ihls is a regular 20c grade. Made by Becker, Smith Paige, In lovely tinted colors. 11 6 in. Wash Brush 19c A Close Out! Planet $2.5O HOUSE PASNT A good, general use paint. Freshly mixed by our electric agitator. In oral Red, Chocolate Brown, Light Blue, Cherry Red, Bright Green, Dark Green, Pink. Dark Blue, etc. quarts ... 29c--pints ... 15c ROOF PAINT Gal. Red oxide, rcsr- _ Harly S1.35. Bar- $105 fain Days only T | FLOOR ENAMEL Gal. Gibbsboro. For _ Interior and ex- $ | VS Icrior. All colors. v I * Speciiil Prices on USED I'TATE GLASS Second Hand WIDOW SASH CA and GLASS .._, DuC Ideal for green houses, hot beds and other uses. 12 in. Smoothing Brush 33c WALL PAPER--GLASS--LUCAS PAISXS I'lionc S-1I. 122 South PUtbljurg Street

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