The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1939 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 10, 1939
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PAGE SIX. THK DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY. MARCH JO,-193». P E R S O N A L MENTION Aunt Net By ROBERT QU1LLEN Rev. Huey Gillespie is confined to his home, 707 Vine street, with grip. Saturday last day! Ladies spring coats or jacket suits, dry cleaned and pressed, 49c. Simons Cash Carry Cleaners.--Advertisement.--6mar-5t. Miss Sylvia Schmidle has returned to State College after having spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Schmidlc, of Snyder street. Rummage sale by Girl Scouts, Troop 2. of Trinity Lutheran Church, Werner's Arcade, 120 E. Crawford .Ave., Saturday, March llth.--Ad- vertisement.--9mar-2t. Henry Michalowski and Miss Eleanor Shutsy will visit friends at j California State Teachers' College this evening. Rummage sale by T. J. Hooper Bible Class of First Presbyterian Church, Wednesday, March 29th, 9 A. M., in church basement.--Adver- tisement.--marlO-11-13-25-27-28. Mrs. TV. Howard Dean and son, John, of Sycamore street will leave Saturday for Tucson, Ariz., to visit friends for two weeks. | Rummage sale, March 18th, by i t t mothers of Boy Scouts, Troop 3, 324 j inte|||Q6nt M l l R N. Pittsburg St.--Advertisement.-- i 3 feb-28-rnar-3-10-17. Arthur and Lawrence Duggan, students at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, are spending the week. end with their parents/Attorney and Mrs. John Duggan, Jr., of South Pittsburg street. Newest spring wool flannel skirts, special, SI.49. Princess Shop.--Advertisement.--1 Omar-It. Stanley Clarke of North Pittsburg street was a Pittsburgh business caller today. Card party, T. H. C. Hall, Saturday night,, 25c.--Advertisement.-- lOmar-lt. · , · Miss Mary Ellen; Fishba'ch, a'stud- ent at Fairmont Teachers' College, "I believe in freedom for everybody, but if any foreigner was to come into my house and try to tear up things, I'd feel free to snatch him bald-headed." SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R.J.SCOTT R.ll.l.r«f U S. Control Is Needed Continued from Page One. saw a cow may be sent out as inspectors. "That's an insult to the farmer," said he, adding that only persons who have lived on farms and know something about the milk business should be engaged for such important tasks. Unreservedly the speaker endorsed rigid sanitation. But he was in favor of education in the interest of public health, rather than the accepted idea of enforcement. The suggestion was offered the small "producer that he go into the j cities and towns and find a market HAVE BUACK BROWK,A.Kt Highways Dismissal. HARRISBURG, Mar. 10.--Highways Secretary I. Lament Hughes announced today 28 additional dis- his department staff and 14 arfooinlments.. .Dismissals included H county, LIFE-PRESERVERS Doqs s OF ALL SIZES, CARRIEJD OM "THE OCEAN i.lMEP."WORMAKDIE." CofU int. dm, fcrtm* SpKbaU. tit, WWII nHsti rtxmA BU1L By A.SPECIES op RED AK-TSLIVm 1K-THE- William J. Feeney Fairmont, .W. Va., is spending the for his milk. Many succcsssful ones week-end . at her home in South do it, he added. Pittsburg street. j Referring to the Americanism Carrie Kcnyon Auxiliary, M. E. j Week program ol the Elks, Mr. An- Church, will hold a food sale Satur- derson said: day,'March --th, Connellsville Paint Glass Store.--Advertisement.-- lOmar-lt. Miss Jayne Goodman of Dawson returned home today from Pittsburgh where she was the guest of friends for a few days. Miss Gladys Lyons of East Crawford avenue underwent an operation for chronic appendicitis Thursday evening at the ConnellsviUe .State Hospital and is reported to be getting Dies Suddenly Linked to Bandit I don't think there is enough Americanism in America. 1 don't think we're told enough about it. We've got to get more of the spirit of Americanism drilled into us or we'll go haywire." One hundred seventy-five persons attended the dinner, the 15th annual one sponsored by Kiwanis, President Samuel D. Braemer presided. William M. Fox, chairman of the agriculture committee of the along as well as can be .expected. ' club - w "° w as largely responsible for Miss Essie Linderman of Dicker- ' the success ° f tne aflair . w as toast- son Run, a student nurse at the i master. The speaker was introduced Brownsville General Hospital, went ; % J- Vincent Soisson, chairman of to Pittsburgh Monday. She will be the Program committee. Rev. L. S. Wi Ilium J. Feeney, 62, widely- known international representative of j the United Mine Workers of America ' and former president of District 4 (Fayette and Greene counties), died suddenly Thursday in Chnrlcrot- Moncssen Hospital of pneumonia. He was stricken Saturday while returning from a conference in Harrisburfj. POMONA GRANGE MEETS TOMORROW affiliated with the for three months. Magee Hospital Miaja's Army Big E f f o r t To End Revolt n By United Press. MADRID, Mar. 10.--The Republican regime opened up with artillery, tanks and airplanes today in a supreme effort to crush a revolt of Communists and other unils of its own army. Heavy fighting was in progress not only in the outskirts of Madrid but in the city proper. Troops from Valencia, loyal to General Jose. Miaja, the republican commander-in-chief, arrived in the suburbs and opened artillery fire against the Communists. _ . . Squadrons of airplanes, bombarded Communist groups at Alcala Henares .and Canille.ias. outside the capital, .while. Miaja's land forces repeatedly, attacked the Communists, taking 'many prisoners. The defense council announced that 1,400 prisoners had been taken in the surrender of the main Communist "headquarters.- -It was also announced that 14,000 Communists had deserted from -the rebels since, yesterday and refused to continue the fight. Elliott asked the blessing. The roll call of granges revealed representatives from Dunbar, Curfew, -Dawson, Pleasant Valley, Mill Run, Morning Star, Union and Frank. Included among the guests were Mayor Ira D. Younkin, County Farm Agent R. E. Carter and A. C. Fayette County Pomona Grange No. 49, Patrons of Husbandry, will hold its quarterly meeting Saturday with Union Grange in I, O. O. F. Building at Uniontown. The morning session will begin at 10 o'clock and the afternoon period at 1:30 o'clock. Transferred to Boston. · Mr. and Mrs. John Percy and son iiave gone to Boston, Mass., where Mr. Percy has been transferred by the Wilcott and Enbcock con'.'crn by Howard, organizer of Uniontown Ki- which he is employed. He lind been wanis. located for some time n 1 ; Buffnio. The Elks Quartet--David Charles- The family visited with M.\ Percy's worth, C. Herbert Ellis. H. D. Shear- I parents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. er, Jr., and Wilbur J. Camlin, with Dr. J. Harold Dull at the piano, sang several numbers, among them "The Navy Salute," arranged: by Dr. Dull. Prizes--boxes of candy--w e r e awarded to "Trs. E. R. Kooser, Mrs. William G. Davis, Mrs. C. C. Mitchell, Mrs. J. Vincent Soisson, Mrs. William A. Pujia, Mrs. Samuel K. Huey, Mrs. W. S. Stimmel, Miss Mabel White, Mrs. Jesse B. King, Mrs. William H. Sharp, Mrs. J. Wylie DriscoU and Mrs. Samuel D. Braemer. Dawson Bans Bicycle Riding on Sidewalks Bicycle riding on the sidewalks of Dawson has been banned. Chief of Police Jesse Eonner renounces. Violators will be punished to full extent of the law. Babe Weighs 38 Ounces. A son, weighing two pounds and six ounces, was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vargo, Jr., of Whitsclt at the home of the infant's ·grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rock Collins, nt Whitsctt. The baby is the second boy and child in the family. The infant is being fed with a medicine dropper. The infant was taken to Connelisville State Hospital Thursday. Percy of South Eighth street, over · the week-end before going to Bos- ; ion. Shown in Philadelphia Court is James Ruppert, one of three Philadelphia youths held on charges of armed holdup and robbery. Witnesses implicated the youths with the notorious "Four-gun" Jack Howard's hold-up gang. Howard was shot to death in a gun battle with police. Sportsmen To Meet. A meeting of the Indian Creek Game Association will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Indian Head Community Hall. All sportsmen are invited to attend. ii-old P. Webber, Somerset ipcrintendent at Somerset, The "Place-Setter 1 An exceptionally fine suit at an attractive price! Made of all wool, hard finished worsteds in Spring's newest colors and smartest patterns. Single a n d d o u b l e breasted models in all sizes. Our complete display of new Spring merchandise is now ready for your approval and selection. Smartly Styled! Modestly Priced! SPRING HATS For top value and smartest" style choose your Spring hat at Snyder's. The newest creations by Mallory, Fifth Avenue and other good makers. $1.95 $2.95 $3.95 SNYDER'S W. Crawford Avenue. Phone 42. Tri-Town G. O. P. Meets. The regular meeting of the Tri- Town -Young, Republican-Xlub was held Ttresdaymlgnt tnTffie"clubrooms when plans were made'for activities during the coming month. It was announced that persons desiring to join the club may do so Tuesday night between the hours of 7:30 and 10 o'clock. FOR FEATURE TIME CALT, 59!) Licensed to Marry. ~ Albert Carocci of Perryopolis and ·Alverta Check of Perry were licensed to wed in Pittsburgh. Dies at Windber. SOMERSET, Mar. 10.--L o u i s Trinkaus, 53, St. Michael miner, died suddenly in Windber Hospital Tuesday. .Undergoes Operation. Alexander Farling, Jr., 19, of Rockwood, underwent an operation' in Somerset Community Hospital. Paramount Theatre -- Today Only -- JOHN GALLAUDET · ROSALIND KEITH C03ONG SATURDAY' .^ _ ii_ -- . * ., yOUOEVTFAVORITE FIGHTINGTOS " ..... " ---------- ..... ' IT'S THEIR GREATEST TRIUMPH TOGETHER! Clark as a honky-tonk song-and dance man . . . Norma as a phoney countess, once "a. lady in tights". . . Their love story is as thrilling as the astounding climax of its dramatic background! EDWARD CHARLES' ARNOLD · C0BURN · Based on The Theatre Guild's Stage Hit Screen Play by Robert E. Sherwood BROWN Produced by Hunt Stromberg JOSEPH TERR.YTOOSCARTOON ROBERT BENCHLEY NOVELTY LATEST WORLD SEWS b'onfiiro !"o. 1 SON THEATRE · TO DAY* :XT TIME I Lucille Hall, Jurat's Ellison, Lee Bowman Feature No. 2 19 "AMBUSH With Gladys SivnrHiout, lloyd Solan; "VVilllnm Henry, "William. Prawley Tomorrow · Monday · Tuesday Not a Double Feature--But Two Great Shows for the Price of One! A M E R I C A is on parade! Blow the bugle! Boat th« drum!.. for the yoar'a mort iBrring spectacle. Young cadets in diess formation... Josses on Flirtation Walk... and a story of youth and courage that will maJce you proud to be an American. EDWARD SMALL frtltfit» RICHARD CARLSON deluxe * VINCENT PRICE * Charlie RUGGLES * Helen BRODERICK * MischaAUER * Joy HODGES LATE NEWS EVENTS *TM n :.T in GERTRUDE r UPCIU .»ii LCOfmn V.i. · Directed br Rowtsnd V. Lam Aiioeiato Producer E d m u n d Gi*loa«

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