The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 10, 1939 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 10, 1939
Page 10
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f AGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNKLLSVTLT/E. FA. .H-RIDAY, MARCH 10, 1939. MENNONITES WILL ERECT For Ctiunch at Scottdafe; NEW CHURCH original Razed by Fire ----.-- ! Old Structure Already Being Dismantled; No Contract Ye!-. WILL BE SINGLE STORY IN HEIGHT Mar. 10,-- The but during al' the period there have Churd, ct Chr«t w,U lioW a ground SCOTTDALE, bienking ceremony at 5:15 o'clock Monday atleinoon ol the uorner o£ Chcbtmit street and Loucks avenue day although part of the time without a mirrster. Space was rentea temporarily in several places but always under tne SCOTTDALE, Mar. 10.--With the dismantling ol the Mennonite Church, plans, are geltlnfi under way lor the building ol two new churches in Scottclale. Mennonite members Jrom this and other congregations moved the seats and fixtures from the church to the cellar of the Mennonite Publishing Company, the roof removed and lastly the wails are to be taken down. A ceremony at 5:15 o'clock Monday evening will mark the' breaking ol ground for the erection oL a new Church o{ Christ in Scottdale. The new chui'jh will be located on the lot owned by the congregation at Loucks avenue and Chestnut street. C. A. Williamson, pastor ot the congregation, will have charge ol the ceremony, Education Board Meets. Only routine business marked the Monday night meeting of the Board of Education witii bills being paid. Superintendent S. B. Bulick talked of his trip to the superintendents' convention at Cleve'and, Ohio. Annual reports ol the grade schools were scheduled but owing to the illness of Miss Nclle Berlin, principal, they had to be postponed until a later date. To Kntertain Players. The Merchants' basketball club will be guests of the Met chants' Association at a dinner meeting to be held at 6:15 o'clock Wednesday evening in the Legion home. Crlbbaffe Tourney. AU persons signed to take part in the cribbage tournament which begins at 8 o'clock this evening in the borough building arc asked to be present on time so that the play m?y begin rrDnvily. Court of Itcview. A Court of Review for the Boy Scouts of this district will be 7'45 o'clock this evening in the Y. M. C. A. H. F. Darsie, chairman of the court, will have charge. Emergency Operation. Miss Evelyn Parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parsons ol 406 South Chestnut street, underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis at Frick Memorial Hospital, Mount Pleasant, Thursday morning. Inspection Tonight. . The public is invited to attend the inspection of the Service Company, 110th Hegiment, this evening at the armory in Broadway. Religious Picture Here. "The King ot Kings," one of the world's greatest motion pictures, will bo shown at 7:30 o'clock each evening from March 12 to March 18, inclusive, at the United Brethren Church. There is no admission charge, and the public is invited to attend. The picture Is non-sectarian. Jcanaetfc Man Speaks. Attorney Frank Ruft ol Jeannette was the speaker at the meeting of the Townsend club held at Moose IIjll Monday evening. picks and shovels and remove materials preparatory to the operation of the power shovel that will be a t ' work in a few days. It will be the first official step towards the actual construction of the new church building This site has been owned by the congregation for several years. On part of it is located a large brick residence that his been und will continue to be used as a parsonjgc and educational building. Part of the contracts are already let to complete tho. structure to the extent that it can be used for seivices while he furnishings and interior finishing touches go on to completion. The building will be 70 feet deep with a 40-foot front facing on Chestnut street. It will be ot brick and steel construction with provisions for the basement to be finished later for ciassrooms, und also for a roomy balcony, if needed. This will leave plenty of. ground to enlarge towards the rear and an L-shaped building aiound the present structuie. Tuesday was the ninth anniversary o£ the fire that destroyed the church building and part of the parsonage adjoining it on Walnut avenue, commonly spoken of as "up on the hill." Prior to the fire many of the congregation had long desired to get located ''down tov/n" where the people could be reached who otherwise seemed out of reach. The fire, while disastrous in many respects, was looked ·upon by many as an opportunitv -U. secure a more strategic location so the parsonage only was restored and the ruins of the church building were leveled off and eventually the prop- e-tty was sold. In the meantime, industrial conditions prevented the congregation from going ahead with a new building untl the present time. enough to properly equip a building for such services, as they never knew how long it could be used. Papal Diplomat Bootblack Convicted Of Murdering Wife LOS ANGELES, Mar. 10.--Viigilio j Sp nelli, 59-year-old unemployed bootblack, was convicted of first de- gree'murder for the ax slaying of his wife, oRse, here last December. The jury made no recommendation for !Je imprisonment which make a sentence o£ death mandatory unless he is found insane. MortBignor Domenico Tardini (above) is expected to be appointed papal secretary of state, succeeding Eugenic- Cardinal Pacelli, the new Pope. He has served several years as under secretary of state. (Central Prett) There is one best oven temperature for "setting" pie crust. Do you know it? LOOK IN THESE BAGS FOR NEW IMPROVED PASTRY M E T H O D -- P L U S A F L O U R T H f t T BBMUHTEES T H E F I N E S T P I E C R U S T Y O U E V E R T A S T E D ! la simple foods -- bread, biscuits, pies, plain cakes -- the goodness alt comes from flour! It costs only i^c more per recipe to use Pillsbury'a Best Float than to use the cheapest flour. Ohiopyle OHJOPVLE, Mar. 10.--William Burnworth, who has been ill for the past several weeks, is Improving. He is still confined to his room. Recent guests at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs. William Burnworth were Mr. and Mrs. J. W- Linderman and family of CbaUeroi, Mrs. Clinton Scott and daughter of Coal Center, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plume and children and Mrs. Conger and son of Martin, and Andrew Burnworth ol Clearfleld. The youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seese, is on the sick list. Mrs. E. 3B. Phillips served on the jury in Uniontown this week. Mrs, Lida Stuck was a visitor in Connellsville Wednesday. OHIOPYLE, Mar. '10.--Mrs. John Hold of Ohiopyle and her brother, Charles Cox of Mather lelt Tuesday evening lor Cochocton, Ohio, when they received word that the home of their brother, Harry Cox, had burned with all belongings. Nothing was saved. He is a eon of Mrs. Clara Cox of Ohlopyle. Personals. Mrs. Hazel Whipkey and Mrs. t _nora Fleming were visitors in Uniontown Wednesday. Darrel Burnworth and family moved Wednesday to rooms in the Sprou] property. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Hershberger of Washington, Pa., arrived Tuesday evening to visit Mrs. Hershberger's father, William G. Corristan, who is quite poorly. Martin Fisher Dies,. SOMERSET, Mar. 10--Martin Fisher, 84, died Monday afternoon at his home at Somerset, R. D. 5. He leaves his wife, one daughter, one sister, ono brother and 11 grandchildren. 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