The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 9, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 9, 1939
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THURSDAY. J1AKUW u, lays. UAlLiV CUUKlliilt, CUN^'ldJULbVLblj.!!;, PAGE FIVE. Student Congress For High School At California Quizzed on Relief Delegates from 22 Webtern Pennsylvania high schools arc expected to participate in the first student congress for high schools of the i State March 10 and 11 at California | State Teachers College u n d e r auspices of the National Forensic "League. Each of the 22 member schools will be entitled to two senators and a number of representatives in proportion *.o their chapter strength--one for each 10 members. This will make possible a senate strength of i 44 and a house of about 50. Several of the participants will be J experienced legislators, having taken | part in a National Student Congress i last May at Wooster, Ohio. Roy E. Furmaii, former speaker of j tho State House of Kepresentatives, \ will preside in the house. Rev. ' William N. Rae of California will act ' as chaplain. * The clerks will be chosen from | among forensic coaches of the district. Student clerks and sergeant- at-arms will be elected from those not seated in the congress. An invitation to send a delegation to observe will be sent to high schools of tho State not members of the chapter. There will be ample opportunity in the two-day sessions for members to argue for and against bills presented, providing practical experience in -speaking and stimulating intciest in government. The bills will pertain 11 County Auto Operators Lose Rights German Township Man Jailed for One Month Frances Perkins, secretary of labor, is pictuieci before Senate commjttco on unemployment and relief as she was quizzed on proposed consolidation of federal relief agencies. Meanwhile, House was taking away her supervision over WPA funds and placing 1 it in hands of Elmer Andrews, WPA administrator. I. C Hi-Lites Class Rings Received. Studens of the iurnor and senior classes weic notified that the second order of lings has been received. They are asked to bring the balance due on tho rings as soon as possible to the office wheie they can receive particularly to matters now before i '"-'"· the State Legislature. Dr. Robert M. Steele, college president, and Barrel J. Mase, speech director, will take care of arrangements necessary to handle the event at the school. tear Book Staff Chosen. The following seniors weie chosen foi the staff of the final issue of the "Immaeulata"; Catherine Denvir, Philip Galiardi, co-editors: John Dugan, Robert Widmer, humor; John .i. int. SLI.UUI. . . . _ _ Cuneo, Marti Hudock, photos; Marie The committee includes E. E. i n ^ ' Vrf ,^ r^uTM, Tu,r n ii,v ^^Patterson, Centerville, chairman; E. D. Schreiver, Charleroi; Tynne Ryan, Esther Graham, Dorothy McIntyre, features; Lawrence Geiger, Hanninen. Monessen; Robert Stro- ' ° business managers; Martha Monser, Charlos Kaylor, hpcci.'il to 1 he Courier UNIONTOWN, Mar. 9. -- Eleven county motorists, including two women, woic ban-eel from the highway, it was rcvraled in the announcement ot fauspension c md rcvocat on notice of the Stale Kotoi Police. Two driver.- hud their permits revoked for intoxication. They were John Dhlmer of Uniontown and John M a h u l i t k of New Salem. Tiie other nine received suspensions for other infractions. The t\vo \vomcn caught in the dragnet for motor violations were Miss Elizabeth Glannigan of Republic and Miss Mary O'Lear ot XJnion- iontown. The former operated a car without a license and Miss O'Lear drove a machine on a learner's permit without being accompanied by a licensed driver. The others who had their cards lifted or. suspension notices were; Alphonse Joseph Hughes, Collier, speeding; L. M. McDonough, Fayette City, E. D. 1, speeding; Frank Torch, Uniontown, R. D. 4, no license and .failure to appear for hearing; Tieo Archuat, Brier Hill, fio license and failure to appear for hearing; Clyde E. Kn ck, Brownsville, reckless driving and faiiurc to appear for hearing, and Joseph Hackney, Uniontown, in- competency DS a driver. By UniteU Pi-ess PITTSBURGH, M,ir. 9.--Three persons were given jail sentences 1 and placed or. probation today wl-en j they were arraigned before Federal Judge Nelson McVicar on liquor violat'on charges. Among tnem wjs Frank Lcdonm- who pleaded guilty to climges o£ selling and possessing untaxed whisky in Geiman (Awnship, Fay- elte county last Aug/ 17 and was sentenced to one month jn jajl and placed on p.-obation far Uvo years. jMidwives Still i Important- Factor I WASHINGTON, Mar. 9.--Midi \vivey are htill an important factor in I bi ing ng American babies into the I woi Id. The census bureau discovered that about 10 per cent of the 2,203,337 . tilths in 1U37. tre last year foi which j detailed figures .ire available, were ' attended by midwjvos. Somerset Council Boosts Indebtedness i his home at Blairsville. Survivini children include Mrs. Martha Nico of fonnellsville. Markleton TnCaut Bead. SOMERSET, Mar. 9.--Jean Knopsnyder 13 months old, daughter of !\lr. and Mus. Ecl\\nrd Knopsnyder of IVldj kloton. died Monday in a Johnstown hospital. SOMERSET, Mar. 9.--Somerset | council passed an ordinance to in- j crease its indebtedness by $30,000, making it nearly $100,000, for , necessary improvements to the sew- j age system, water storage system · and permanent street woik. The 1930 tax levy was continued | at 13 mills, the s;"nc as last year, as ! approval was given to the proposed | budget. 2][svi I Db This If You're Thomas M. MOoy Dead. j Thomas M. Meloy, 60, Pennsylvania i Railroad machinist, died Sunday at Don't take chances on products you know notfunc about or rely on temporary relief whf n there's need of a Rood s^noral system tonic like Limp-proven Lydin E. Pinkham « Vcgc'-ahle Compound, m.wte nspeemtlif /or women from wholesome herbs and roots. Let Pmkhura'H Compound heJp build tip more physical resistance and thu 1 * ai«i in calming jangly nerves, distress from female functional disorders and mukc life worth lining. For over 60 years onp woman baa told another how to RO "amihos thru" -with I'inkhum's--over 1,000.000 womon have wr tten in reporting glorious benefits--it MUST BE GOOD.' of the chemistry class about the Halagen family. They do not like the members of this family, namely, borirc, chlorine, bromine and iodine as they burn the ntes and eyes of tho young chemists. Class Picture-, Taken. The freshman, sophomore and junior classes had group pictures taken for the "Immaculata." _ _ ,.,. rr ^ , i v l t l l 1.1111 l*!LMl;,t:l, V l l t l l j l ; ; , i l f k j l l ' l , tnider, \V aynesbtirg; L P. Sna.Icr, , wilm ., Fl . 0 ., 1Qr Fl . rink Christopher,, Ambridge; Rev. Edmund Cuneo, St. , pro[luction s(aff . Mnl . cc]]a DeOrc Vincent Preparatory, and D. K. , Mnrllla Liposky, senior write-ups; Shirley, Devry township, district, Wlmia j- razier ; poc t:-.v: Mary Clif- N. F. L. chairman. r ord] Anna K-n activities. If "I" Win S50. Senior class members who . Schools in Western Pennsylvania entitled to participate are: Ambridge, Bcntleyville, Brownsville, California, participated in the essay contest spon- Carmichaels, Centerville, Charleroi. sorccl by thc E , ks are p i a n n i n g nou , Claysville, Berry township, E a s t , t o spcnd thc S50 th£y arc going (Q Pike Run lownshinp, Glassport, M a - j w i n Tney al! secm lo c i a j m fl rs t .ontown, Monessen. Mount Pleasant j p r j Z B - However. Friday night township. Point Marion, St. Vincent, PrcparnUny. South Union, Uniontown, \Vayncsburg, West Newton and West View. in Relief Purge; Five More Held lor Court! dmt shal | sco wno ctm r j gn tiy claim the m0ncy . Americanism Program. · Monday afternoon the student body t assembled, for an adcUess on "Amei*- |icanism" delivered by Attorney E. J, McDanjcls of Uniontown. He was ' introduced to the audience by Rev M. F. Bonf.eld and senior class presi- UNIONTOWN. Mar. 5.--Purge of the relief rolls in Fayette county resulted in eight indictments in court. Five persons were held for court and one settled Monday night before Alderman George B. Smith. Joe Pischari of Lemont and Sophia Patik entered pleas in court Monday. Ke was employed at Royal and she at a hotel. Joseph Korachenski of Connellsville admitted receiving $46.50 relief during the time he had a private income. He made restitution and paid the costs before Alderman Smith. Check has been made on income and property holdings of many, with investigatoi s w o r k i n g in the courthouse and elsewhere. Prosecutions are ready in 30 more cases with 200 others under investigation. Five held for court are George Broad, 22 Millview street, S35.70, employed for Fayette county as a demonstrator of voting machines in the courthouse, Roy E. Laughrey, Uniontown, R. D. 4, $190.40, had private income, Anthony Nicpom, 139 Elm street, Uniontown, $105.30, while having income from son listed on relief grant, Howard Hart, of Newell, $7G.SO, while working at private employment, and Paul Santella, of Masontown, $18, duplication of relief and WPA grants. Many at Smith Funeral. Largely attended was the funeral service held Tuesday afternoon lor Mrs. Besse M. Smith at the home of a son, John C. Coughenour, 105 Robbins street. Rev. A. R. Mansburger, pastor of thc Methodist Protestant Church, officiated. Burial was in Hill Grove Cemetery. Three hyms, "Rock of Ages," "Nearer My God To Thee," and "Thc Old Rugged Cross," were suns by four members of the Methodist Protestant Church choir. Pallbearers were O. O. Eicher, W. U. SeJlers, C. R. Graft, J. O'Donncll, M. V. Monahan and A. Winterhaller. High School students are busy taking tests again. The six-week period is almost completed. Life History Requested. The senior write-up editois, Mar. cella DeOre and Martha Liposky, are I asking members of the class to relate to them practically their whole life i history. They are trying to obtain ; tho necessary information about each 1 graduate to use for the year book. Latin Club Meptinff. Thc Latin Club met last week ]n the senior home-room. It was the first true meeting of the club. The const.tution was prepated and read by Eugene O'EJonovan, Latin games i and crossword puzzles were distri- ' buted. James Clifford and Mary I Eileen Harry were given charge of i the program for the next meeting. Four Times Is Plenty. j For the fourth time the senior class , had a group picture taken. The , other three attempts were unsuccessful. The seniors expressscd their indignation at such an outrage. They refuse to believe they broke the Chancita Club Meets. ] The Chancita Club met for the first ! time since the junior play. Patricia Denvu-, Rita Smyth, Mary Eileen Harry and Vivian Nolan told about their trjp to the Spanish exhibition in Pittsburgh. What a Family! What a family! That is the opinion In Amateur Contest. Paul H. Gantz of 145 North Third street, West Side, will participate n an amateur radio concert Sunday, March 12, over station WMBS. ScnUeJi $1.45 10% Hairy $1.35 WE YOU TO DRIVE IT! I T'S EVERY BIT as exciting as it looks--this long silver bullet of a Nash! Get in--and gol Feel the terrific getaway of Nnsli's. new-type 99 horsepower engine . . . the new range of performance of the Fourth Speed Forward* 1 Try ou.t the magical "Weather Eye"* that banisheb dust and chilly drafts. Sec how quiet and crr.y this big, 117 inch nhccltmrc Na^h scd:m rides! Come in--lodayl CENTRAL SERVICE STATION !(« W. Crauford Avrnur. Phone 291. NEVER UNDERSOLD NEVER UNDERSOLD W. Crawford Avs 10c CLIMAX WALL PAPER CLEANER 25c Dr. Lyons TOOTH POWDER 65c B1SODOL Cut to **y C S1.00 HALEY'S M-O ' C7 cut to :.-....01 yscPEPsooprr^ ^ gg c ANTVvrrrr.-..43c 49c 10c SILVER COW MSLK CLOTHES PINS 2 Dozen I feel and look better --there is color in my chc'eka ----my appetite is keen --my weight is back to normal. Tins I am noting in my TJinry and J gh c full credit to S.S.S. for causing me to 'feel like myself again.*" So * 35c White Pine Tar Honey COUGH SYRUP lOc WOODBURY SOAP Don't try 10 get \\ ell in a day . . . this is asking too much of Nature. Re- mcrnbci,,she has certain natural processes that just qannot be hurried. Therefore, if you arc pale, tired, lack a keen appctitCjhovt tost weight and feet run-down...a frequent sign that -our blood-cells are '.veaV--then do try in the simple, easy uay so many millions approve--by starling A course oC S££. Blood Tonic 2for5cA 27c 5x7 Luster Tone At all drug stores in in o sizes. You find ihe larger siie more economical. O S.S.S. Co 35c RUBBER GLOVES SI.00 Upjohns Cifrocarbon ate, Now Enlarge - With every film purchased, developed and printed in our store. , _-« 25c SANITARY NAPKINS Dozen $1.00 Neo Vim Tonic DAILY SERVICE B. Middlings $1.40 Brnn SMO 60c BROMO SELTZER 49c , 4 49c 30c AUSTIN 25c Household Sponges Cut to CARPET Cleaner RUBBING ALCOHOL POWDERED ALUM Lb.P'xsi PEROXIDE U. S. P. Pint ... OIL OF CITRONELLA 23o Bolllt . TINCTURE OF IODINE 15c Boltle . 2Sc ADHESIVE TAPE. J 4 J BAND AIDS Bos of 16 Cut to 2Sc HUSH DEODORANT CREAM, J 3Sc EVANS -· DEPILATORY CREAM....... 55: PONDS CREAMS 5Sc LADY ESTHER FACE POWDER 55c APRIL SHOWERS TALCUM «Qc MUM Cul to 75c VANILLA FLAVORING EXTRACT $1.20 FATHER JOHN'S COUGH MEDICINE Tkii Ki 6 Faiitngt Victoria SfJan 50 ' Feet CLOTHES LINE DELIVERED HERE Standard Equipment ant) Ftdtral Taxes Includtil SPECIAL! PIG HOG FEED Better peed At Lower Prices! Special Prices on Roofing, Koof Cement Roof Paint Phone Onnellsvillc, 10V--Uniontown, 70. We Deliver at Slight Additional Clmrtje.

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