The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 9, 1939 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 9, 1939
Page 12
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jf AG'Jii TWELVE. THE DAILY COntUJflR. CONNELLSVIL-Uli;. L J A- TI-IURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1«30'. News of the Day at Perfyopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Mar. 9. -- The World Wide Guild of the Flatwoods Baptist Church was entertained Monday night by Mrs. Vernon Crawford Seton Hill College spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kalman. _ Elizabeth Eichler of Uniontown ol "Union town, with 15 members and j visited her mother, Mrs. Ellen Eichler one guest, Mrs. Robert McBurney o£ for a few days. New Salem, present. After the business meeting, it was announced that almost $20 had been cleared at the recent George Washington party. Mrs. Ellsworth gave a review of the missionary work being done in'India, and Mrs. Paul Brown reviewed, the "Guild Page" of the mission book. Mrs. P. O. Luce will entertain next month. Joint Birthday Dinner. Mrs. B. M. Wade had a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of the birthdays of her husband, B. M. Wnde, her daughter, Mrs. Bennett Jones, and two friends of the family, John Beck . and Walter Kersten. The Mr. and Mrs. James Sisley of Washington, D. C., drove home over the week-end to sec .the former's mother, Mrs. Effic Sisley, who is rc- coveiing from influenza. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thrasher visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Thorpe of Pitz Henry Saturday evening. Surprise Dinner. A surprise birthday dinner was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Duff in honor of Mrs'. Duff. Covers wore laid for 20. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. King and children, Russell, Wayne, Norma Jean and Jessie Lee, the parents and decorations for the table were carried Bothers and sisters of Mrs DufI from Masontown; Isaac King, Charles King and Miss Ora Wright, also of Masontown; Miss Dora Braham of York Run; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newingham and son Buddy of Scottdale; Mrs. M. S. Darrell and daughter Jessie and grandson Charles Darrell of Uniontown. There were four generations represented on Mrs. Duff's side of the family and included Mrs. M. S. Darrell, Mrs. J. M. King, Mrs. George DufI and George Warren Duff, who is about three years old. out in pink and white with pink carnations . for a centerpiece. The guests were. Mr. and. Mrs. F. B. Galley and children, Ruth and Ralph, of Vanderbilt, Carl Bejghley of Connellsville, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kersten and son Lee, Mr.'and Mrs. John' Beck and Mr. and' Mrs. Bennett Jones and sons, Harold and Carl. . . . . . . . . .Personals. Mr.-and-.Mrs. R. J. Logan and son, John -.Stuart, -_o.f New Kensington yistied Mrs.- D. M. Graham Sunday. -.; Mrs. James Wolfe, children, John and Mary, .drove to. .Columbus over the visit; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Hysell and daughter Yvonne. _. W..-.W. .Ehyell of' .Homestead .'Park returned"home: Tuesday after .several days with' his- brothers; M. - P., and C. B. Elwell. Mrs. F. H. Grimm of Deep .Valley is visiting her son and family, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Grimm.- . . ; William Jenkins, father of Mrs. Ira Blair, is.ill at the home of Mrs.'Blair. Mrs. Sadie Duff' and daughter, Rosetta. drove to Aliquippa Sunday to ·visit Mrs. Duff's son Frasher. . . . '.'- Mr...and.Mrs. Hudson Slocum and daughter Lois.spent'Sunday with the former's parents;.".Mr. and Mrs." B. C. Slocum. Mrs. B. C. Slocum is stil! pn the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Stahl Shallenberger of ' Dawson spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chads Chalfant. ~ Mr. ..and Mrs._Carl Willstein.. of .Overbrook were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Stoner Sunday evening.: ":r '."'.· -·.. - Mr.'.and .Mrs. W. H; Carr of Knoxville visited Mr. and Mrs. : Joseph Carr Sunday. ~ .. Mrs. J. B. Knox, Mrs. Eleanor Knox,. Mrs. Howard Adarns and Mrs; A. MV Snyder attended the annual guest luncheon of the Vanderbilt Women's Club Saturday afternoon at the Crawford Tea Room in Connellsville. Miss Eleanor Wilson spent the week-end with her friend, Miss Edith Horton of Scottdale. Miss Mary Catherine Kalman of Breaks Leg Attempting To Aid Team of Horses Special to The Courier. MEYERSDALE, Mar. 9.--Edward R. Hay, 50, farmer and tax collector of Elk Lick township, near here, suffered a broken leg in an attempt to free a team of horses that had rolled into a ground cavein on his property Monday. He was McGilvery Hospital. The horses, dragging logs, walked too near the edge of the cavein and their \veight caused the .ground to give way, sending them rolling into the pit. One animal had to be destroyed. Hay, father of five and a former school teacher, had his leg broken when it became entangled in the .harness ' as he ...sought .to free the horses. Constipated? "For 30 years I bad constipation, aw/ul Kan Moatinc, headache* and back rains. Adlerika helped right away. Now, I eat sausage, bananas, pie, anything I ivant. Never felt belter." Mrs. Mabel Scho A D L E R I K A Union Drue Co. and Burn's Drug Store. The _Only Place in Town to Have Tour SUIT PRESSED While You Wail! only 50c SUITS .FOK SALE From $7.00 to $12.00 SIXGJjE COATS tfroni $1.50 Pp. Work Pants from $1.25 up Dress Pants $2.05 up A. SHULMAN 233 North rittsburs Street, ConnellsvlIIe, Pa. Open Daily, 7 A. M. Till 7 P. M. Saturday, 7 A. M. Till 10 f. M. SHOP KING'S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! The Greatest Shoe Values for the Entire Family WOMEN'S NEW SPRING ~m 44 Up to $2.05 Values. They won't last long at this low price. Save ! 'ew Sport Oxfords $1.87 n^»^anm^»^^»iMiiiii NEW DRESS OXFORDS Here's a Value for you men. ...Genuine leather soles. MEN'S STURDY Work SHO A work shoe value that commands the attention of every working 1 many. Boys' and Girls' Shoes 86c your Attention Mothers -- A real value tor child: Straps, oxfords. Hi shoes in patent, b l a c k , b r o w n o r -····«·»--- white, with all leather soles, rubber heels and sewed construction that can be repaired. Sizes 2 to S-- 8'/2 to 11--ll'A to 2. KI S H O E S T O K K i»o\v: itv TIIK i ICfi \\'. I'ran-fonl A Soniewhere in the Caribbean! OBieinl V. S. lYory /Vioiwpraj./. Thir, unusual photograph, made during U. S. fleet maneuvers in the Carib- ·bean, shows the aircraft carriers, Yorktovm and Enterprise, eyes of the Navy, as photographed from the Lexington. Interesting incident during solving of licet problem XX was theoretical torpedoing of the Houston from which the President was viewing the war games. News of the Day at Meyersdale MEYERSDALE, Mar. 9. -- The Western Union telegraph office, for a number of years located in the Weizel building in Main street, has been moved to the Thomas drug store in Center street. Birthday Celebrated. ington, D. C., spent, the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Heitz of Cumberland were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plitt. Mrs. Mary A. Stacer, who has been In honor o[ the anniversary of her] ill tor several weeks, was visited birth, Mrs. Anna Hurley was enter- i Sunday by the following children arid tained at :i birthday surprise at her grandchildren: Miss Clara Stacer, home Friday evening by · a tew i Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Francis friends. The evening was spent in j Stacer and sons George and Leo of playing games after which refresh- Homestead, Mrs. Margaret Graben- ments were served. j stein and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Soethe Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Saylor were visitors to Cumberland Friday. Miss Lillian Baer is visiting her niece, Mrs. Joseph Levy in Somerset. Charles Suylor returned from Cleveland, Ohio, where lie attended a National Education Association meeting Uist week. S. B. Philson and .son Harry returned from Philadelphia where they START BUILDING NOW to {increase your resistance to colds by/ taking Father John's Medicine-proved and praised by four generation* during 84 years' use. Rich in vitamins'. of Cumberland. W. W. Stiver returned to Washington, D. C., Sunday after a visit here with his daughter, Mrs. Eugene Naugie. Miss Frances Weber spent the week-end with her aunts at the I Weber home in High street. Miss Evelyn Hartley visited friends j in Frostburg Sunday. Mrs. Henry Maukamyer and daugh- attcnded the funeral ot the former's j ter. Miss Edna Maukamyer, Mrs. sister-in-law, Mrs. Millie McDevitt. | Ruth Sperry and Mrs. Vincent Bea- Rcv. Father Kitrick and Miss Mary [ vcr spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Latrobe visited at the home i James Wagus in idland, Md. of the Intler's brother-in-law und .sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Reich, Friday. Mrs. James Hummel and Mrs. Glen Crowe were visiting in Cumberland during htsl week. Mrs. Edward Keller and daughter, Nancy, returned to Toledo, Ohio, today after a prolonged visit here with her mother, Mrs. R. F. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Purnell, son Tommy and Brady Clark of Wash- Kr. and Mrs. James Wolf, daughter Betty and son Billie of Cumberland were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr.-;. J. L. Wilson. Miss Eleanor Staub, employed in York, visited her parents, Mr. and | Mrs. H. T. Staub, over the week-end. 1 Mrs. Joe F. Reich is spending the | week with relatives and friends in I Latrobe. Mrs. Clarence Rowe was a Cumberland visitor Friday. COLDS A BODY BUILDER TOO, Pure, nourishing 1 , -wholesome, rich in vitamins and free from alcohol and harmful drugs. Its use by millions of people during 84- years is strongest possible of merit. and Saturday A Factory Representative will tell you the story of White Rose Wall Papers Made by Penna. Workers at York, Pa. Your wall coverings must do more than hide--they must add to the complete charm of your home. 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