The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 24, 1938 · Page 16
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 131,'S. TAKING BIDS FOR CHURCH AT SCOTTDALE Congregation Considers Edifice of Stone or Brick. ; ORIGINAL ONE WRECKED BY FIRE Special to The Courier SCOTTDALE, Mar. 4.--Bids me . -till being received" and considcicd by the committee in charge ot building for the Church of Christ. .Bids ire being taken on both a brick and 4one structure, but the church will, n all probability, be built of brick. It will be 48x70 feet, one story in height, with an unfinished basement. The congregation has been without a permanent meeting place since March 7, 3930, when the church was destroyed by fire. Lenten Services. Midweek services will be held during Lenten season at St Paul s Lutheran Church beginning each . ev enmg at 7.30 o'clock The first was held Wednesday evening The . subject for the service will be "Reconciliation." Wednesday night's topic was "Our Need of Reconciliation." March 9 the topic will be "The Eternal Desire for Man's Reconciliation"; March 16, "TJie Cost of Lffecting Our Reconciliation'; March 23, Rev. L L Kuhns of Smithton will be guest preacher in an exchange ol pulpits, March 30, "The Power of Reconciliation", and April 6, "The Fruits of Reconciliation." Hankcy Class Meet'!. The B F Hankey Class of St Paul's Lutheran Church was entertained nt its regular meeting Thurs- dav evening at the home ot Mrs. Carl Ilajs in West Prttsburg street. Mrs Zimmerman was the leader and Mrs ' Myers and Mrs. Kuhns assisted Mrs Hays in the social hour that follow ed. Sirs. Amend Improves. Mrs William Amend o£ this place who is a patient in Frick Mcmoria Hospital in Mount Pleasant, is getting along nicely. "Bible Classes Have Turkej. The Men's and Women's Bible ' classes of the Church of Christ held a tu'l.ey dinner at the church home m Chestnut street Thursday evening at 6 30 o'clock. Richard F. Darsie teacher of the men's class, "had chargi of the program, with Rev. Norman W Shollenbci gcr, pastor of the Trin- ilv F%angclical and . Reformed Cliuich. as the speaker Miss Faith Cioivoll gave several readings and there \vas special music by A tri composed of Harry Laughrey, Jr., Hichaid Weaver and Charles Rider accompanied by Miss Ruth Sherman freshman Class Elects. The freshman class of the Scott dale High School has organized am elected the following officers: Prest dent, Jimmy Byrne, vice-president Frank Turk, secretary, Edith Sturgis and treasurer, George Lockard Society Has Annual Dinner. The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church held its annual covered-dish dinner at the church Kidnaped Lad and Pals Who Wait His Return The three boys at left, playmates of kidnaped Peter Ixjvine, of New Koehcllc. N. Y., awajt Us rctarn to ·their midst. The bov«, left to right, arc: Bud Roberts, Leopold Mngnus and Charles S-Acet. At right is a new photograph of the 12-year-old boy, for whoso return ?60,000 has been asked by hii abductors. · fCiClltTtli CfGStt) Pediin Students Excellent Record Spcclnl to The Courier DUNBAR. Mai 4 -- Students of Pechin school continue to compile a fine attendance record. Figures for the month of February follow Grade one, 87 per cent, Angelo Crocetti, James Leonard, John Pan- cella and Wilemma Fordycc, grade two, 98 per cent. Eugene Baker, William Fordyce, Glenn Leaphnc, Elzic Manges, Theressa Crocetti, Thclma Cole, Ada Peail Golden and Marsella Tomaro, grade three, Oft per cent, Marian Fnck, Shirley Moyor, Mary Nativio, Amcdio Crocetti, Glenn Hardy, Ray Hardy and William Martin; grade four, 08 per cent James Martin. George Martin, Jack Beal, Lcroy Theis, Eugene Baker, Nicholas Fnck, Gertrude Moycr, Rosemary Miller, Kilotta Theis, Betty Lou F-yc and Edward Hagner, grade five, 08 per cent, Richard Vnr- tin. Franc s Piceiom, Anna Sfcro, Pearlc M irtm Cirmclla Cope, Doris Hardy, Joan Golden, Virginia Crocetti and Kathryn I'rovancc; giade sis, 98 n r tent, Seneca Heals, Joseph Charles Miller, Bruce Picl.cns, Teddy Wortman Auflrey I l u d j , Ella Mac Hardy, Sara Ua- abeth Hardy and Elva Provance, cial meeting is planned for Monday evening Book Club Meets. The home of Miss Ai,nts Ncmon was the scene Tuesday evening of the regular meeting of the iiook Club. Miss Goldsmith of the Community Center at Lciscnring entertained \Mth two vocal numocrs, 'Lilacs" and "A Winter Lullaby " She was accompanied by Mrs W. II Williams. Miss Elizabeth Hupp of Con- nellsvillc gave an interesting description of her \ isit to the Mediterranean countries last summer. Successful Card Party. The card and bingo party which vv TS held in the recrcitional hall Monday evening by the Young Ladies' Sodality of St Alojsius Church was considered a success by those in charge. A number uf ct- tractive prizes were awarded the following Door prize, Mls» Maymc Harper, bridge, Nick A. 3i.ll, William Duncan. Todd Burhans and Mrs J B Conncll, "500," M-s John WalKci, Michac.1 Stanko, Mrs Homer, Maigarct Mcdved, Rose McGivern, Miss S^ra Nells and Mrs Anna Younkm, bingo, Elvira DiAngelo, T A. Miller and George Morgan. Tri-IIl-Y Meeting Held. The regular meeting of t l ic Tn Didn't Have Heart To Kill Dog, Left Him in Woods to Starve PITTSBURGH, Mar. 4 -- A death threat against Royal Hcaslcy. Manor, factory worker, who plea ice guilty to abusing his "red bone' hound, was disclosed by Justice o the Peace V. J. Holden. Holden showed the letter to M J Tenter, Western Pennsylvania hu mane society ngent who brought thi charge against Heasley. Heaslcy was fined $24 50 fo: chaining "Teddy" m the woods to dn of thirst and starvation because he hadn't "the hcirt" to shoot him o have him shot More thin 400 peisons have asked to be given the dog · Hears! Art Collection To Be Broken Up, Sold By United Prc^s NEW YORK Mar. 4 --The Williai HY" c'iub"of thThigh schoo'i took, ? d r d ?. lp !!- H ": 1 . rsl .. a /LS°£ e , cllon :,' li l 1 place Thursday aftcinoon v ith the president. Miss Robei*Ji Spanglcr, MAN ATTACKS YOUNG GIRL AT STANDARD oirl Stumbles Into Ditch And Assailant Flees Scene. OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST \\affle dinner \V. C. T. U. Has Meeting. Mis D 11 Stonci of College avenue \\ib hostcsi to the Woman Christian Tempoiance Union at lU business meeting i( hci home Tuc-idjv afternoon . Mrs Geoigc W Stonci picMded Devotions wcte in churgc of Mrs BKinche Hcnshaw Pi lyer uas in j chjigc of Mis Geoigc Bayha Theie was. a vocal solo by Mis. Richaid Shaw, and · Memoirs of Fiances \Villard," by Mrs J. M Hart Tcmpci- jncc accords uerc icad by Mis. V. O ' B a i n h i i t and at the close at the nc ting the union membership nidge uas, disp!acd showing new 'membeis, honoiary members and Ipiescnt numbers, I Deer Trapped 28 Times. SIIINGLnTON. Mich, Mar. 4.-- Ilunteis who have maiveled at lh« escape aitiitiy of deer were amazed when the State Conservation Depal tment reported one buck had been tiapped 28 times at its Cusino game icfuge where tho animals are caught, uei(,hcd, togged and released lor study presiding The following program was presented Song, group, reading, Adeline Maddas, song, group, poem, Alice Dcin, talk, Mrs Walter Re /n- olds, who discussed Girl Scout work; utd at nearly $15,000,000 \vill be broken up and approximately t w c thirds of it disposed of by sale and gift. Joseph V Conrolly, president ( f Hearst's King Features Sjrdicatt* said the publisher, nearly 75, guide seven, 98 per cent, Lee Ains- class ritual " brcak "iK P 'he collection because of lev Albert Hard. James Mirtm, Undergoes Operation. the large inheritance tax which his _. rt , i, ,,, . 1 , ,u Mihccnt B .We Elvin Crocetti J T. McVey of Hardy Hill heirs otherwise would have to pay J £ f t ^ M °Arf°rt ' r T" Fi c h t l Dolan ' WTM Gny. C.,iru underwent an emergency appcndi- At the dole ofThe dmter ^. ln '": »"TM«TM ^^ J ' R «« "I* operation at Conncllsviilc State MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. ·!.-- 'oliee are making an investigation of an attack on Mary Josephine Biller, 18 years, old, when she was returning fiom a movie to her home -it Standard Shaft shortly before 10 o'clock Wednesday night Near her home, it is stated, she was seized by an unknown assail int who caught her by the throat and began choking her. Stumbling,-the girl fell in a ditch, and was dropped by (he man, who fled." It is thought the man became frightened when she fell, fearing her condition more serious than it really was The girl suffered from shock and fright A man has been prowling about Standard Shaft for several weeks, it is reported, frightening children and peeping in upstairs windows by climbing porch roofs. So far all attempts to trap him have failed. Infant Buried. The funeral service for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silvm of Scottdnlc road, who died at birth at Fnck Memorial Hospital Wednesday afternoon, uas held Thursday with interment in St. Luke's Cemetery at the Hill Qhurch near Traueer. Mrs. Splkcr's Funeral. The funeral service for Mrs. Mary J Spikcr will be held nt 2 30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Evanegllcal Church at Bridgeport. Interment will be m Grccnhck Cemetery. Mrs Spikcr died at the home of her eon, Edward, in Bridgeport Wednesday afternoon. Home Hjcicne Class. Miss Eva Freeman, nurse of the Mount Pleasant Red Cross chapter, is conducting a class in "Home Hygiene," at Mammoth. It is sponsored by the Mount Pleasant Township Women's Club. Birth at Hospital. A daughter was born Wednesday afternoon at Fnck Memorial Hospital to Mr and Mrs James Friend of Somerset, who were former residents of Scottdale. Visits SWcrs Here. Mrs. Lloyd Henklc of Chicago, HI, u ho has been visiting at her home in Leisennng No 1, and with her sisters, Mrs. Brooks of Main street and Miss I-eah Carlson of Frick Mcmor- i il Hospital staff, left Thursday for Newark, N J , \%hcre her husband «ill be stationed for some time. Liter they uill go on to thru* home in Chicago Fntcrtalns KmanK Club. Russell Wood entertained the Kl- \vanis Club Thursday evening at his i home at Meadow Brook farms, ncai | Bridgeport, at its annual chicken anc GROUND BEEF ? Ibs. S A U S A G E Ib. . Round. Sirloin, Tenderloin. CHUCK ROAST M1%c Miorl Cuts Limited Amount Beef Hearts Ib. 10c Beef Tongues Pork g Beef Liver I Liver ib.lOt I lb.15c V E A L C H O P S WEINERS and JUMBO Sliced Bncon lb.29c Spiced Luncheon Ib. 35c Ring Bologna Ib. 15c Smoked Sausage Ib. 27c Boiling Mcnt IbJOc Cream Cottage Cheese Ib. lOc Pork Roast Ib. 15c BKMHMB Beef Jiump Ronst ib. 19c SANITARY MARKET 220 N. PITTSBURG STREET Across From Paramount Tlieatre. presid ,.;,, Jci . . names of the friendly sisters were ,,,.,,,, d hl 97 t Anna . , Rankm and CHra To- HospiUil Wednesday evening rev calcd and new names chosen. I Election of officers was held and lesuUed as follows President, Mrs Addison Cou on, vice-president, Mrs O l i v e Hfisl secietary, Norma Dor- Mdrtm and Fran d s Sfcro st . ti -, sill ei, Ml s W. H Glasgow t- ici. ?Ii» J W. Wiltherspoon, and a M ant teacher, Mrs Charles | Kobcrt Haidy, Virginia ;er Amsley, Billic Cope Robert GoMe-n Ray Manges, Irvm Interest. Borough Attendance Record. The attendance record at the bor- Connellsvillc State ospit-il Wcdncs- d.ij afternoon, is scheduled to urdcr- go an operation for appendicitis to- di 3 . Mrs Nancy Martin of Furnace Hill suffered n fractured hip in a fall I I i i s l Inc afternoon'closed with an °ugh school for the montli of Fcbru- at her home Wednesday morning. mrornial social hour ..iat included a ! arv na s been good and the per cent sing of old fashioned and kacred songs Makes Red Cross Report. Miss Ida Hickernell, a teacher m Scottdale High School and faculty advisor 1o the Junior Red Cross, attended the monthly meeting of the executive committee Tuesday evening at Mount Pleasant and made a report on what the organization is doing in the school. Former Resident Diw. Word was received here Thursday of the death of Walter Reese, a form- ei resident, now of Fairmont.-W. Va., ; at the Clarksburg, W. Va., Hospital He is survived, by his wife, Irene . Condon Reese, and one daughter. Trl-IIi-Y Hostess. Z Miss Anna Luczki was hostess to members of the Bcta-Tn-Hi-Y at a round robin at her home Tuesday _ evening The round robins are be- · ing held at the homes of the various _ girls. All-Day Meeting. Z The United Brethren Missionary ·1 Society held an all-day meeting in -" the church Wednesday. The morning session opened at 10 45 o'clock Devotions were in charge of Mrs. S.' - O Stfincr, n paper on "Cooperation," was given by Mrs. W. F. Stoner; a papci, "The Largest Parish Plan," »v as giv en by Mrs. M. M. Snyder; the Mission study was conducted by Mrs Claicncc Durstme; and a paper on Cooperation of the Community and Hie Church," by Mrs. S. E. Eicher. At the noon hour a lunch was ·.cived. At the afternoon session a memorial service was held One mincer, Mrs. Harry Porterflcld, died uimg the year Miss Sarah Horncr ve a vocal-solo. fne election of officers resulted as ilows; President, Mrs. Ralph Ston- i lirst vice-president, Mrs. S O. ncr, second vice-president, Mrs. t Stoner, secretary, Mrs. J T. adlcy; troasurer,-Miss Ella King: icretary of literature, Mrs. John Marsh; seereCary o£ thankoffering, Mrs. Leslie Stoner; secretary of stewardship, Mrs. Charles Carlson, memorial committee, Mrs. Howard Miner and Miss Minnie Pyle, and pianist, Mrs. Earl Sturtz. Installation of officers will be held - »t the April meeting. _ Joint Prayer Service. A joint prayer service ol the United Brethren and Methodist Episcopal churches was held Wednesday evening tit the Methodist Episcopal Church. of attendance for each of the eleven grades is as follows: Grade one, Miss Louise BlacKwell, teacher, 98 per cent, grade two, Miss Gwendolyn Guyton, teacher, per cent, grade three, Miss Lucy S*olt, tcacher,-D2 per cent; gr ide four, Miss Margaret Williams, teacher, 07 per cent, grade live, Miss Jane .Wooer; teacher, 98 per cent; grade six, Miss Isabel Nagle, teacher, 90 per cent, grade seven, Mrs Mary VanNntta, teacher, 98 per cent; grade tight Miss Lulu Shaw, teacher, 100 per cent; giade nine, 9G per cent, grade 10, 90 per cent, grade 11, 94 per cent Principal John Blair and Miss Hir- nctte Mumper teach the latter thice grades ISoard of Directors Meet. Directors of the Koord of Trade met Tuesday evening m the 1\YA building at which lime Nicholas Varino was elected to the boaid Seveial routine items were handled. A spe- The aged women is reported as resting comfortably. Mrs. Anna Breakiron is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Pnowdcn of Umontown. Albert Hughes Florence Breakiron. Mi. and Mrs Harold Harvey and Mis. Oscar York motored to Greensburg the early part of the week to view the remains of Mrs Amelia Hughes. Lutheran I*rc-Lenten Retreat. Mclvm Keller of Connellsvillc conducted the consecration service and roil call at the prc-Lentcn retreat of the Greensburg District Luther League Tuesdiy night at Scanor's Chuich between New Stanton and Arona which 200 attended. Committee in charge of the service included P.alph Riciicy, Martin Gcrke and Mel m Keller, all of Conncllsville, Janet Anthony, chairman, and Catherine Taylor, both of Hunker, and Rev. A, F. Schilling, church pastor. A RECORD BREAKING Seeing Is lirlleiing. Men Hcie It Is! 2 Large Groups For All Occasions, for Young anil Conscnathe. 3rust Be Sold hi n Determination to Clear Our Stock nt Once. GROUP 1 MEN'S SUITS Mostly dark patterns. Good lor all year wcai. WILL GO AT $^.95 Rceular 514.50 Grade Sizes 36 to 40. GROUP 2 MEN'S SUITS Genuine Still Water Serges. Kcirularly Sold for $24 50 · Bine, Broun Banker Greys · Regular and Sports Models · Double and Single Breasted It doesn't take more than two eyes to see that the values aro here OUTFITTED FOK J. rittslHire; Street, AND BOYS OonnclK-vlllo, Pn. \ Leading the Field with New Spring Styles You'll lead the field if you select your new spring outfit at OPPENHEIM'S. Suits, Topcoats, Furnishings and Shoes in a wide selection of what is new to choose from. GARRICK SUITS By the Makers of Middishade They're new as tho Hist lobin .. . fiesh as a breath of spring ... and smait as a mellowed Biitish briar; that's what we think of this spring selection, and you'll feel the same way. You can't beat them for stjle, value or taiolred appearance. New Sweaters by McGregor Priestley's Nor-East Neckwear Phoenix Golf Socks for Boys New Sleeveless Sweaters .. . $2.95 and 53.95 $1.00 3 pr for $1.00 95c Oppenheim's FASHIONS FOB, 117 North PIttsburs Street. L'lione 20S7. V

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